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PERSONAL BUT POLITE
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Mi t famnl Kilbhouri it , º ititing in
ri i r.la ) i r ilf l i
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Mr Frtte .i N.' naiei rs'tuirt1e44* Mon
Il) ,folEmt to 4 isi toI N tctIVe I
MI ,I l ',s r ) e ottlicEl si l it l It it' s 1n
htuf T1'ull tEhlU is,r l tr trusiE . l hE' i+ l
Mtsr Akii' Leaks' retttiret ftssru I.
tII'sis 4 iiikt's. Is in I' I iits tnt&. rttE''t
oMrf his tIe. Mir K 1 G is ' hr
.1 I j'e'rl), ofl hi'r n tio ll .11' mi;elh
i.rs Maoil,' ('lord arrivfl ' iTrs Irtdy
rtire Ijorl1. Mi"l lal
to '. Iit her mother. Mrw I. .1 lis. isl
Mis iatrt oIft , wel.'r. at i' lh I a l
Mrs .1 I h Int I eid daiighte'r. Mlsr
Flirn I ('. ll til Thu IIhrsda.) I , I t.a l
'l rh re,'.c'Ent rl. 1't . lf o iMr and hi t ,
.1 $ , MhtEIhe. m
Mir :tud Mrs it W I'ile't left 1 for
Mrs. Ts hl t krt l, l
MrN s .) (. *l inian fontitnulEE toe sutfte t
wlth#,c rei hald h s. an wkrilrl rr,
Mina 4 Nilma Itrlton left FIridai fior
elre home lot Zachary, afttr attetndin
14ihoId hore. this year.
Mrs. A Sch lesing.t r r(anlt h1om lat t
H aturday night. after slpndling the'
ni. r. A. Fi Itarrw ett to I Itto t
Ilmog' for thli e graduation #r.itI a r
1. R. I' Motnde) evenintg.
MINEn l.4115 Nimmh ns, after s'E1wnding
the awetk at horlne, will return to2
L. 4 1' for summer achoolIl
Mr d Mr . .n IC. . I )aniel and Mr.
and Mrs Ilarry anievl motored to
Ilaton Itn'ge on Thursday. El
MIss Amela harrow returned Thurs'
tia) from Itaton Rouge. where she went it
fir L.. 8. '. ('o mmen rtlement.
Miss Edwlina Raynham arrived $utni
day frlom Vidalia, where she spent a
sltuc('es'sl stesslion in teaching. I.
Mrs. Moiroe' DanIel, Mrs. Walter
Maryman, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim lltaule
spent Tuesday in Rlaton Rouge.Il'
Miss Laura Argue was fie guest lof a
Mr. and Mrs J. R. Meti4hee'1 last wee k.
Mrs. MPlGh4e' recently returned frout t
.t. louls. on a 'visit to friends.
Wlliam Brandon of Phl.kneyv ille..
on his way to a job In Oklahoma. was
rubeld, and had to return htote
Miss Ir.anor Perry writes, delight i
'aldy of her experlences Il North ('amu -
lina. where she Is the guest of r'elati. s
Mrs ahelby Held was In Dl lotn Rtoult
for several days Mr and Mr#s itehl
and baby will probably lPeavys for home'.
Mr. (Oorge NSimmons left for Ilous
nte, Texas. Tuesday. Ills sister, Mi.s
IItidi. aroempanied him as far as
Mr. Krtam hlutler went lto Niew (orltan
Monday to it. goite all this week ItI'
a ll gIo oser the lake for a while. nitEd ,
klter will go North
Mrs. I,'ltton anid MIss fultoit are'
Io Ito tearcIh her, lext y,.r Moti
illrrc'ii, sT patrts regret this
Mrs I. K Per y wias the site'.t cf
Mrs ( ) htrooks loIne"r W'd.lulltii.
tiight, havivig ('omleI dlowit for J1e"'ntotl
day servIces at the ('stholle 'hir.h l
ar. idney Powell made trao aisrit
ti the aurist in Ilatonll Rotlg', thisLn wek.
alnd Ih+. 4'eoditiol otf his ear ls SEE EIn1l4'h!
imlnlrolved. hat theA. trIl.s a mill het clt
Mr TD II i.khai and attllghtr.
MIss Elitle. Ih.r Thursday Ifor k4iihtilt,
l..It ti*, ttItul the whdding of MIo s
,tMary Mll,. a form'r teacher of the',
Ktar n IItI 4,hel
Mr. 4l. W Neanman spent Wedttes.
42l)' fterlllooi | llRliatn Iholl ose. Thi,
alriit fllll lnoth4ing 5erilol E the 2 al1E
tElr wIth his hearitg, tanlld gJave h1l)1
tilEIldklsnte ' reitef t
Mr aiInd Mrs lirlde Ieluisoi wert'
in Itaton klouie for the suftrsge hear i ,
iing I.'forV the lhims of ittlepre's",lits i
tive's. Tue'tday i".enitig Th' fortie rf
was "l1 l In AlexandrI ar, this werk
Mrs. lGeortra Arglel' of W4WnIYvlll*,
Lpassi throuligh tow iL i train, Medltln.
'll her way ho visIt relatIves Nx htir
otitigham. Ala. She was acreomnmited
hy her thiri's youngest dautghter.
Mr. aRtd Mrsl. It i. Norwood al l somis
ittgrttttt and ltiarree, have itw.'sl lit tll ti.h
this week, at lr. Btarrow's, for treat i
ltltt f InolE niI foot. whitch is u b slh t
to swelling, postshly from sonI' floreign
tehje4't in it, t
MlIs Elil' Converse is viltiig rela
-ives awd friends In the parish. lIate'r
sih, will go to Jackson to vIsit herti
sister. Mrs. Robert Connell hile her
mother,. Mrs. lara Converse,. attends.
the I.. 5. It. summer school
Mrs. T. W. Butler was In HaIto 24
Rouge. taturday afternoon. She' and
her daughters, Miases arah anti
Mamle, have sllce left for New York.
They will pass the summer with
Mr. RIchard Butler Is New York and t
vicility. Their preseat loatIon isj t
Ml1 W T 'rForrester did not go to
lIt.ti RItilolug F'riday as aepictd. but
a ,ilted until Saturday afternoon. elir
h si t , as to hrW with her sister, Mrs.
r; t' IIsiall, during ani operatkion, and
I. tale cha rge. of Mrs lirnaell's little
dutliclt er, VIrginli, hie thlie nolth'er
a' n thei sIt itariunh.
L i i.lliln llrandclli was In town.
lindahi. leaIitg for the MHate Normal,
ithat ntellil. toI ciomplette her studies.
t'i course I at miy bena iniiterrupted iby
a't " ril )i rs: of tea'rhlng bhe Is ail
, hlcr t.f the' bra r,, fic, girls, Iwho let
notitniii daiutili tihian in the aay of get
! l it A t ll ' iectt it 1 1 i
I r li-~ arrit.d from tliaumont,
T -\,i. Thuirsls). to lsptil ItVil tlwo ks
illt hiIs fr inll tlie was accompanied
eai c.1. J ii bore and Ibaby. Mr and
M~rs. ;ore Uart eplrtxc lnlg a visit from
thi it i:icshght. ra. Mrs. W ) Priest of
e Ir ,iipinw anld Mrs F' M. Freeman
t(f I i,ilbdali'. before' the T'exas memtbetrs
.It thei famitly return home.
I: 1. I',liRct inr wa called to Merry
ii ~'uiieiht)i, I.1 a telegra annitiouncingii
ite -i i.'' e iof hitll liic.'c. M iss i -o
1 wite h ic a t'ahea' te'ac'hing there
diil t I,. thl Itn It l ch, li t ee sion ii lie
r.ltrndl. d Wetldniscdyln h bringia Mies
i l'tutu a ii llit hlir Th' illr has eoenll
cmobl '4 ; 5,., .r'' ac raiii ela ing toI the
i I i . icule It to it . lositig of
µs ,l, ,, il I: igre iatly in tread oflit rest
eIt .1 I' NeastLialm Jr. and his br'd",
eti rei:l i I'ridie cinoric ln g toi visit his
Crc litnl,irr. nts. Mr and Mrs J P. New.
Irh; ili. Irl'. iu tofmtorrow afterto.llrill
'tsiie l 4c cllllc t ,i leh spent this we.ek iN w
litii'e Iliilrie ni the6 honlIe of Mr. New
shen a s n'other, Mrs. U C. Nowell. and
thi tfridle has won the t hearts of her
tiewa kinaslll"iple. They brought little
\ iraiiln Iweill with them.
M .ce ('orntelia Mrlt)ehebr returned
tfrint iltCatien Itougle. Saturday nightl,
hitll e in"lit iwce days there on bus- I
Iteis. Hhe renained in town, guest I
slill'e'sively o)f Mrs. E. Robinson and a
Mrs A. F. Harrow. leaving on Thurs- r
daIa for Ia brief stay at Woodlawn with
henr aunt, Mrs. J. It. McGehee, return
tln to) town for high school commence- t
ne.nt,. if possible.
Miss KC: rn ilrasseasux, after her a
grad;lation from high school, receiving 1
hc,'r ctipionls tonight. will go to summer I
choutl at . . HI. and will be with her t
crlsin. Mrs. J. Ih. V'lalet. Miss Brse it
stauil besides bring both exemplary
and st d tlioiu Is also, for her years, an r
S.cn'onlelplishtd musntician, and has served i
as pianist l and as a labor of love - for p
ithe high school during the past several t
ye'arr. tier readiness to assist in all
the Imusleaicl needs of the school and
li linteirtaltuiinltO has been marked. ,
and dle'serves all the appreclation that a
teache'rs and pupils, no doubt, accord ,
PERSONALS FROM THE JACKSON it
Mrs Willis Danieel and Miss Adelia I
Mar, n4ilial c were Monday guests of Mrs. 1
: 1' 11111. I
MIte.'s Mary Hotlombs and May Pt
('cdIell are Iat home from the year I
514,1i SI I0. H. IT.
.Miss Aittle' McQucen of Rogilllo
eil1' wets the guestl of Mrs. J. L. Spill
n1it4i duringi last a eek. S
Ml nil Mrs ('has. Kent and Miss
lkicIle w.er! tglu(sts (Cf Mr. and Mrs. J H
Slhwielil ecu icrdey cit ltat week,
Mrsw Ht c'otnell has with her
t4r ilOllhe'r. Mrs. Augustall (fiermany,
mltid lher lister. ,Mits Keloig (termany
Mr aild Mrs II II, Taylor of Ilam
roi4lh t'adi Mr, and Mrs. Wondfin of I
liegihlllter itelnlde'd the l'armn Colony b
,ic iiuc Isi t aea t ek.
Mr afid Mrs. Ilugh ('onnell and ii
faimilt., Mr anid Mrs ) Otl tHammond a
111441 tmiltcly aitll hse Misse.s Itanlel at h
tpiece ii the'\ erelCisees at the W R. it. M.
Kcl,'. nl 1Igrk Hl.hiil, Thursday night. i
Mr I'nd Mrs. I' C (llluim had with l]
h '! 4 1 ,i ,'ll Muci l, a ist Miss Mary lianiel,
Slie lh tihi hl,.sn li tIhet piast in c'harge ol 6
thi I'Daie;,l'ratlhv.e Hocl' for Working itl
(lrir. in ('ctrinth. Miss. Miss flniel fi
hli rrc'l'ci Jistrucktmnsa moving her l
tl uiei rt:rinclrisc't. wherer she will be "
4-1,tii4 el1i'4 atllh lhe largestt ('I'oerantlIve ItI
Ihlee fer wotrking girls In that city. 0
slie lil Ihlace dulrinlg the month for
the 'es e t
I Absent Frled
Mis I'Pearl Ml'erPa of Ilati Rouge
linll sent ois in napprelated card for d
hlelr gridiutinlkon at the State Normall.
Min Myrtle Haille lof New ionad a
rotnmialll at Nahltchett this summer
tEi ntinrluic her studis.
Two ladiesQ,. natives of 'West Plie- ti
1intn. spokl, at the arlifage hearing
,e'fcorFe the' legislature. Mr-s. F. I.
I'owe.l nl and her daughter, Miss Jhsa.
Mrs. I. (. Htowell left It. LMary'
letilarlium, Priday,and ih coirnvallinlg
nle.rly at her own home.
eltuinning June 19. Miss Saull Rayn
Iham will teach a class In primary work.
school will cotllne etit Lweeks.
Patronage soiilettl. (2
Methodist Episecpal Chiesk beth.
St. rranclvalle--Seoasld Sunday at
0 11 a m. and 7 p, m.; oearth Suaday
t at 7 p. .
r Jackson Third Sunday at 11 a. a.
a nd 7 p. m; first uanday at 7 p. a.
d New Htope FPrst Sunday eorning
at 11 o'clock.
r ('oncord First Sunday afternoon at
Star [till Pourth Sunday morning
at II o'clock
Sunday School erery Ihnday at t.B
P rrancreville, 9:46 a a.; Jackaeo, 9:46
a af; New [Hope. :30 p. an.; Concord,
3 to p. ma.
A JUNE WEDDINO.
Mr and Mrs. J. Q Tempel announce
i that the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Anna Gordon Temnpel, to Mr. Wil
Ilbnm T 4untin of Ruston, Ia., will
f take plac' at (Irace Church. Monday
afternoon. June 12, at t o'clock. The
friends of the young couple and of
the family are Invited, through this
,s'ditum, to be present. This interest
ing event set for Monday week is looked
foryatrd to by the scores of friends of
the ynilg couple not to mention the
wide family connntiel , who hold these
' young iweple in the tenderest steem.
As the, only June bride in prospect,
the inte.rest Is intensified, and a large
assemnblage a Iil witness their marriage
IF YOU SHOULD DIE TONIGHT-
Would you leave your wife and chit
drete protected? A polley Ia the Mutual
Life Insurance Co. of New York Is the
teat protection there is.
MRS. W. T. PORRBTUR,. AgLnt
In addition to the drum presented
the high school by the Senior (lass,
the class adds to its memorial by the
presentation of a case to contain the
silver cup won at the State Rally. The
case is of mahogany and has a stilver
plate in front, bearing the Inscription,
('lass 1186. A mahogany stand for
the case is also provided. The effes t
Is rich yet chaste. Supt. R. (. Crump
and Mrs. ('rump went to New Orlesans
Thursday to aelect the ease. etc.. for
the seniors, who have displayed much
thouglhtfulness in their selection of a
The cost was $21.80, and the fund
remalning, It has been suggested, may
is used for something for the girls'
playground. Formal preseatation of
the memorial takes plae to-night.
Three of the sweet girl graduates,
Miss Jeanette levy and Mitsses ton
and Nattalee Doherty remembtered us
with Invitations to the graduatioen es
ercises, which take place teo-lght at
Pythian Hall. The senior clase eo 131
is an unuseally large one, the largest
we bwlieve In the hlstory of the school
and is composed of lannie Ard, Iamer
Bali. 'rank Barrow. latly Bookter.
Emma Brasseaux, (eorpg ('uttaer, John
Ira tfaniel, Mamle Dckekr. Leo. and
Nattalee I)oherty, Jenanie (lore,. AnnaLe
B.ll Harvey. Peitues and Mel Leake.
Jeaetlt e lvy. Allce flow.
To each of these The True Demoe~st
extends best wishes for their future,
and indulges the bope that the lastrue
lion they have obtalnedl in the hldh
school may Ilve theam a good tound'
ltion for further achievements either In
leaIrningt or the wide fields of every.
day) life and effort.
Missn Minnie "urnish and Mr. Dkvld
Roberts of laurel Hill were married at
(o)k (Frove. the plantation homte of the
bride's parelnts near Wakefield. Wed
emtday aftmernoon. May 31, 191, at
three o'clock, the Rev. A. W. lShardo
ofmelatinl. Tie youthful and pretty
bride was dainttily attired in wMte with
orange bhssoms in her dark haIr. (Jly
the closest relatives were, present
tieieltous refreshments in the greatest
abundane'r were served The yonng
couple will reglde at laurel Hill, where
the hridlegroom is a prosperous yoang
farmter. a member of the weLaknows
Roberts family In this parish, whoes
men are noted for thir integritc y andi
Industry. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts have
ourt bet wishe.,
Por your family is best represeanted by
a poliey In the Matual Uk ltlMsaau
Company of New York.
MRS. W. T. YOiRRlT 3R, Al et.
Miss Rosaelle Boikter enjoys the
distinctlon of belsng the first mnember
of the Girls' Tomato Club to bring In
a ripe tomato ths season.
Miss Made l#ouise Acluse estelr
talaed a party of her eschoolats at i
ano thaformal diee., Thursday veatlnag. I
The closing exercises of the school
will commence ten o'clock Saturday
morning. Six dollar prises will be
Miss Margaret Stirling arrived home
Sunday night, her school work at Gary.
vill having ended.
Mrs. idward Murphy left last Friday
D for New Orleans to attend her sister's
wedding. She exp.cts to remain Iln
New Orleans several weeks.
Mr (Irwee Davis was in St. Fran
clville last week-ed to attend a bank
meeting, and came to Wakefield to
visit his mother, Mrs. L. J. Davis.
Mrs. Iertram lknwrs and children
are now in Laurel Hill, where they
expect to remain for the summer
Miss Clotele Rahm left Tuesday for
Natchitoches. where she will attend
summer school Mrs W. I. Stirling
gave a farewell Monday evening
Misses Jem Barrow, Nellie Jarvis,
Katherine Gilmore, and MelsrsA, (har
Sichneidau, Percy tilimore. Walton
Barrow and Jake tampt were the
guests. Tennis was the amusement
Ice cream and cake were served
Remember the church services at
the Wakefield achool house Sunday
I afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Misn Katherine (ilmore is helping
Miss rlsaworth with the school work
Dr. John Leake spent last week-end
ilupt ('rump and Mr Rdson were
at Wakefield Monday on poultry club
Mr. Frank Allain Is at Wakefield.
where he expects to remain for the
DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL
kon't forget that the Concord Dis.
trict Sunday School Convention of
West ·flieltana Parish convenes with
they New lope ('hurch on the 8th and
oth of June. State Ilunday School We.
rntary. Mr. Van ('arter, will conduct
the exercls. We expeCt to have
other Sunday Sehool talent from a
distance, and with the local help we
expect to have a very interesting meet
ing. Dinner will be srved on the oth
on the grounds. The convention Is
non-sectarian and every one is invited,
The convention will be called to order
at 11 o'clock a. m.
W It. CAMPBRKII,. Parish ReA'y.
An enjoyable Afshfry was held at the
potato shed at the Y. & MV. Vstation,
Thursday nlght. The gentlemen par,
tielpating secured a nle lot of fish
during the day which assured the
success of the undertakling in the
evening Those attending were: Mr.
and Mrs. L,. W Rogers. Mr. and Mrs.
Jas.,Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. . 14. avid
son. Mr. and Mrs J. Rob laniel. Mr.
and Mrs. red RBauman, Mr. and Mrs.
(f. !P. lettlnger, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Maryman, Mrs. J. Q. Tempel, Mesara.
Joe Dlanle. Jesse DanIel. W. R. Daniel.
Lee 0. Iester, Marshall Youlks, I'. M.
lpwas. U. M. lter. J. . Clack Jr.,
sad J. ,f) Dupuy.
Ja, H. Roth had his right aroa
broken, this week, while working with
a piece of farm machinery
Mr Rudolf Yunkes reelv'd his ear.
Saturday, and his family are now in
full enjoyment of it.
PROFITAiLE CROP ROTATION.
The most profitable crop rotation
does not consistl me.ly li chanlinlg
the erops around from year to year
regardless of the relation of the crops
to each other. The central aim la
all croprotation syastems should be to
leave each field in a better state of
cultivation, betier phyicarl condition.
and reasonably tree from pemts at the
end of each rotation eycle.
No hard and fast rotation system
can be laid down for any rcommunlity,
nbut the most protable system must
e w orked omlt for each fartm anrid, in
tdeed for each field. There are certain
general principles. heweve.r, that should
be borne in mind In this connection in
order to arccompish the most satls.
factory results. For soell Improvement
there should hb at least one iteuminous
erop in each rotation eycle. To this
class of plants belonl the clovers tin
eluding leapedesa),peas. hbeans, alfalfa.
etc. There should alsoe be a umflelent
quantity of live stock, especialily miltch
enwa.tn each farm to utillse the rough
age and to supply the deasired quantily
of stable manure, whIebh, in addlithm to
green crops plowed under, will furnish
the necessary amount of humus to the
soIl. The conditions resulting from
this treatment. if the soill Ia properly
Iandled, will make the surlceedint
crops more vigorlous and capable ao
olasettinalg, in some measure at Ileast.,
the elects of any pests that may
appear. Agaln, the sarcesslve crops 1
ia say rotatieo sold be so selected
and arranged that no two upon which
the sara pnat may thrive will be
grown in swueesem. t
TWO VARIETIES THAT MAY SS1
Ther* arn- two vari.tlea of Jun0 corn '
that are planted in the, t.utht'rn stats:
nlrst, the Ilagsun type, which Is pearly
white In color, rather soft, and gentral
ly quite Iwoe oan the rob; and. second.
the Dfwarf type, hlch Is a dent cnrn,
•somewhat fltity, and ter.erally as tight
on the cob as any ,f the other dent
coras. Both of the*' varleties o(f corn
a sy be uused for late plantIng. In fact,
they l ali to ma et better when
pleaae after tbhe weaster hecom
. . . . . . - ... . . .
warm thatn hen planted early, TrI
character!tllr of developing whenl tb
weathr r is warm makes these variekt
of corn praetically the only ones thl
farm ers In the south are able to Uq
after oats are harvpted, or aft.'
crlvers % hen the last crop Is allows
to mature and cut for ha). We casne
afford to let the msll remain Idle troe
June until the time for preparing ta
fall rrops, because of the lose o
organic matter In the iall and
de'rease la net returns per sare
not keeptag the soil produlcng
Sklaid of erop all the time.- A. P'.
Idder, LousIntma State UslfrmItt.
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TIHE POLICE JURY WILL SIT AS A BOARD
OF REVIEW ON MONDAY, JUNE fth, 1916.
C. T. TOORABN, COlm.
Two Kinds of
Every dollar you send out of town flies away with a
value that rightfully btlongs to your community. Spend it
at home with your home merchants ; deposi it in your home
bank. where its \alue stays with you and helps you to build
your interests. There are only two kinda of dollars-the
"l)llar with Wings" and the "Development Dollar." The
"Dollar with Wings" goe+ to build up the Far Distant City,
the Hig Metropolis. The "Development Dollar" oga to build
up the Home Town. It helps build up a nation of real men
and women. Then, let us make the dollars we spend and
save ")evelopment Dollars," home-town builders, building
for us and our neighbors and our children, making our
community more prosperous, more happy, more contented,
"a good place in which to live."
HE A WEST 'ELICIANIAN.
Bank of Commerce.
II r I---------------
Has recently been repaired and re-opened,
and respectfully solicit a part of the pa.
tronage of the publiC. Flrst-clan accom
nmodation. Rates $2 per day.
MRS. A. G. HOWELL,
The Department of Agriculture says the "(droit"
is worth 25t more than cow peas. The Groit is
earlier than the whippoorwill, yields much better
and is also a fine pea for hay. To have the best
seed for next season, plant any time up to July 4.
Hetter plant now than wait until next year, then
wish you had. For pure seed write
E. E. McOEHIIEE
SOc per Month and Up
If there is no telephone on your
farm write for our free booklet
telling how you may get service at
FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
and Telegraph Compy
INCORPORATE D .