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'.r0i-riul Cough Remedy. BE
Dr. Kihg's New Discovery
is known everyware as the rem- Tn
edy which will surely stop a cough
or cold. I). P. Lawson of Edison,
Te ºn. wrights: 'Dr. King's New be
Discovery is tha most wonderful da
cough. cold and throat and lung oi
medicine I ever sold in my store.
It can't be beat It sells without b,
any trouble at all. It needs no m
guarantee." This is true, beca- je
use Dr. King's New Discovery hi
will releave the most obstinate of p1
coughs and colds. Lung troubles si
quickly helped by its use. Youe
should keep a bottle in the house ,
at all times for all the members l
of the family. 50c. and $1.00. S
All Druggest or by mail. H. E. si
Buckman & Co. Philadelphia or o
Martha Washington's lost will, a
which was taken from the Fair- P
fax courthouse during the Civil p
War, has been found in the Mor- g
gan Library. The request of the ti
State of Virginia that the will be n
returned has been refused. The
Chicago News thinks the discov
ery of the will in the Morgan
collection was logical. George ,
Washington was the father of ti
his country and when his coun- d
try passed into the hands of J.
Pierpoint Morgan. naturally
Matha's will went with it.
Worms The Cause of Your
A foul, disagreeable breath, t
dark circles around the eyes, at u
times feaverish, with greet thi- C
rst; cheaks flushed and then pale, '
abdomen swollen witn sharp cra
mping pains are all indications of a
worms-Don't let your cnild suffer 0
Kickapoo Worm Killer - will e
give sure relief - It kills the wor- c
ms-while its laxative effect add a
greatly to the health of your ch- 8
ild by removeing the dangerous a
and disagreeable effect of worms r
and parasites from the system. y
Kickapoo Worm Killer as a hehlth i
producer should be in every hous
ehold. Perfectly safe. Buy a box
to-day. Price 25c. All Druggists I
or by mail. Kickapoo Indian Med.
Co. Phil. or St.Louis.
It appears that New Yorkers 1
are engaged in a discussion as to '
whether a wet moon is one that 1
lies flat on its back with its horns
up, or one that stands perpen
dicularly. This is encouraging.
It indicates that New Yorkers are
beginning to look at other things
than cabaret dancers.
Every last one of them leaves.
The hurting is gone almost the
instant Hunt's Lightning Oil is
used. The aching stops so quick
ly it is surprising. Hunt's Light
ning Oil is especially compounded
to releave pain. For neuralgia
and heanaches it is a boon to
humanity. For cuts and bruses
it acts as a healing oil, soothing
the hurting parts and preventing
soreness. Nothing retter for
chilblains. All druggists in 25e
and 50e bottles.
John E. Berwind, the Ameri
can financier, told a london re
porter that "the tariff is sure to
work_ out successfully and condi
tions will improve shortly." Let
us all hope and pray that the im
provement will be in the direction
of lower prices for our daily
For Frost Bites and Chapped Skin
For frost bitten ears, fingers
and toes; chaped hands and lips,
chilblains, coldsoref, red and ro
ugh skins, there is nothing to eq
ual Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Stops
the pain at once and heals vuick
ly. In every home there should
be a box handy all the time.
Best pemedy for all skin diseases,
ithing exema, tetter, piles, etc.
25c. All druggists or by mail.
When a man parades a nose
that has the color of a toy bal
loon it is a sad waste of time and
effort for him to try to convince
friends that he is on a milk and
We are prepared to do all
kinds of job work.
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BEAUTY AND FORTUNE FLED.
Three Women to Whom Life Ha
Been More Than Ordinarily
Cold and Cruel.
Once they had all the honors which
beauty and fortune could attain. To
day they are cruelly disenchanted.
One is the Russian Countess Pavlov
na Lavetsky. She was received at
the court of St. Petersburg. Her hus
band had castles, hundreds of serfs,
millions of rubles. She had more
jewels than the wife of a maharajah.
But the count, an ardent soul, joined
hands with the revolutionists. Im
plicated in the Riga affair he was
shot. His possessions were confscat
The countess fled. She found a ref
uge in Geneva. Soon the little money
she had brought with her was gone.
She sold her jewels and found herself
empty-handed. Then, courageously,
she accepted a humble position in a
cafe. She is there to-day waiting up
on the patrons.
Another is the countess of Beau
clerc, who a few years ago at Rome
inspired Prince Victor with love.
Were they married? She says so, the
prince denies it. Their child had for
its godmother Queen Marguerite, who
gave it her name. The prince went
to Brussels to forget his Roman ad
ventures. The countess is at Milan,
making hats and doing needlework.
The third is the baroness of Grou
stadt, whose authentic titles go back
to the middle age. She is a dress
maker in a Parisian workshop. Poor
women! Their romance is more cruel
than those of the novelists.-Le Crl
"PIPE OF PEACE" RESTORED.
Graduates of Colby College Are This
Year Enabled to Continue Old
and Honored Practice.
When the class of 1862 left Colby
they introduced a custom which lasted
until 1903, with all the succeeding
classes, says the Lewistown Journal.
This custom was that of smoking on
commencement day a pipe, which was
kept at the college for this purpose,
and on this eventful day in the lives
of the graduates they all took a smoke
from the pipe, whether they had
ever smoked before or not. The so
called "Pipe of Peace" was an im
mense pipe with a stem two feet long
and a bowl with a human face en
graved upon it in the front, while
around the sides were found many
other profiles. This wonderful pipe
remained at the college for forty-odd
years and was smoked by every man
who graduated during that time, but
in 1908 it mysteriously disappeared,
and was not heard from until the
past week, when it was returned to S
the college. With the disappearance
of the pipe the custom disappeared,
and thus the classes since 1903 have L
not had the privilege of smoking a c
"pipe of peace." Now, however, that tl
the pipe is safely back at the college, a
and is being watched over by Dr. Hall
at the library, it is very probable that
t the old custom will again be taken up h
5 and that the class of 1909 will on com- 3
mencement day of this year be seen
puffng away at this valuable old relic.
e A Woman Onion Grower.
S "You may have heard how the Rio
Grande country has put the Bermuda1
onion growers out of business," said
Capt. George H. Darter of Laredo,
Tex. "Our most successful grower,
by the way, is a lady, Mrs. E. C. Dodd,
who lives in my town. She dtltivated
Le 125 acres this season and made a net
iS proft on her onion crop of a little
. over $50,000. To make land bring a
gain of $400 an acre is something few
men have the ability to do, and yet
ed this lady does not seem to regard her
ja feat as entitling her to any great
"Mrs. Dodd looks after every detail
eS of her farm in person. Raising onions
is no child's play; it involves hard
work and great expense in our sec
tion, where irrigation is necessary. It
or is the intention of Mrs. Dodd to plant
5c on a still bigger scale as she gradu
ally brings more of her land under
ri- The Little Blind Bats.
'e- Beneath the ruin there still existed
t0 a dungeon vault, gloomy and granite
. groined, yet, save for broken wall and
stairway, perfect as when poor
et wretches moldered there at the mercy
. of their feudal masters. Now not so
much as one specter of a vanished
sufferer haunted the place; only the
Liy bats passed their sleeping hours
among the arches of the roof and
hung, from five-clawed hands, with
in sinister, wrapped wings-like little
dusky cherubin that worship with
!rs veiled faces at some mystery-seat ,of
efil.-Eden Philpotts, "Sons of the
%" Condemns Motor-Speeding.
ips Bishop Samuel Pallows of the Re
~k- formed Episcopal church, preaching
id in St. Foul's church, Chicaso, recently
on "The Race for Life." took occasion
to warn his congregation against me
g, tor speeding. "'Let your moderation
be known to all men,' should be in
scribed on every oar," said the bishop.
"The commercial, military and other
uses of the automobile are endless.
,s We therefore hail its advent with joy,
not untempered, however, with whale.
Ice Forsilght of a Maymake'r.
nd Maul. Muller watched the jsdge ride
"Be will come in handy It I want
a divorce," she meditated.
all Hen~rsrwl she M ~lte il
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Terms of Court.
State of Louisiana, Parish of LaSalle.
Thirtieth Judicial District Court.
Be it known that I, George Wear,
Judge Thirtieth Judicial District of
Louisiana, composed of the parishes of
Caldwell and LaSalle, do hereby fix
the terms of the court in said district
FOR CALDWELL PARISH.
Civil Terms-2nd Monday in Novem
ber, 2nd Monday in March, and 2nd
Monday in May.
FOR LASALLE PARISH.
Civil Terms-2nd Monday in October,
2nd Monday in February, 2nd Monday
FOR CALDWELL PARISH.
Criminal Terms-2nd Monday in July
and 2nd Monday in January.
FOR LASALLE PARISH,
Criminal Terms-2nd Monday in June,
2nd Monday in December.
PARISH OF CALDwELL.
Terms for empanelling Grand Jury
4th Monday in December and 4th Mon
I day inJune.
PARISH OF LASALLE.
Terms for empanelling Grand Jury
4th Monday in May and 4th Monday in
It is further ordered that the terms
Ias fixed above to be effective from and
I after October 1, 1913; thad this order
I be spread upon the minutes of the
court of both Caldwell and LaSalle
Sparishes, and that public notice hereof
t be given as the law directs.
Done and signed in open Court on
this the 17th day of April, 1913.
r (Signed): GEO. WEAR,
Judge 30th District Court.
A true and correct copy of the origi
nal now on file in this office.
SJ. E. THOMPSON,
SDy Clerk 30th District Court. LaSalle
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Will do a general civil and crimi
nal practice in the District Courts
in the Parishes of Caldwell, Winn
and LaSalle and the ý.upreme
Court of Louisiana.
GUS L. ALFORD
Columbia, - - - Louisiana.
Will practice in all the courts of the
3Dth Judicial District and Supreme
of the State.
D. 0. SHERMAN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
o -un1, - LOUISIANA
DR. S. H. BROWN
Physicians and Surgeon
Office at City Drug Store. All
calls given prompt attention.
IRBY B. MAY, PHG. M. D.
(Successor to Dr. J. Q. Graves)
Office, Columbia Drug Store,
F. C. BENNETT, M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT
lands of all Description
Bought and Sold
John R. BROWN, C olumbia, La
Notice for Publication.
mDepartment of the Interior, U. , Land
Office at Baton Rouge, La., Decem
ber 23, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that Daniel
L. Fisher, of Bay, Louisiana, who, on
October 20, 1910, made Homestead En
try No. 03233, for se ofnw}, section35,
townshiP 14 north. range 2 east, Louis
iana Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make Three Year Proof under
Act June 6, 1912 to establish claim to
the land above described, before clerk
eof court, at Columbia. La., on the
2nd Day of February, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: George
" Wall, of Bay, La.; Lee Estress, of
Cotton Plant, La.; Henry Honeycutt,
of Cotton Plant. La.; Peter McLain.
of Cotton Plant, La.
jan 2 John F. Nuttall, Register.
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