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YOUR OULE BUSINESS COLLEE, Rw owm.u
Kigheut God, and Most Practical
(bur: es In Burines.;~, In Ztllortband anal
in English. Be tIauipmentis. (1n
e'iualeId Facilitiesi. Cumplete Colc-re
Bank. Only Schuol with Actual tito'i.
lw'fýAsot Ardar'1ýCtfT.s IP wwznu and Actual Monv. in which students
kee'l the books and balance cash
Special accommodations for ladies. Personal Instrnut ion.
No mls)-eprePrn'ationn to secure patrnna~a. Grarh)aats in een-ral dewpaud
tbrousch thei- superior training. LEO S$OUL & SONS. New Orlau, LL
Messrs. W. F. Tietje and D. M. Bahir
were \Welsh visitors Tues lay.
Messrs. A. Longane-ker' and 1?owcv
were Lake Arthur visitors, in the in
terest of Good Road:; this week.
J. M, Booze transacted business it
Jeni ii:gs Wednesday.
George and Byron Martin of Elton
are spent iag the week end visiting it
N. H. Po 'thres; is home from hia
summer v.:acit;on landt repor't. havi':,
had a p!easant trip.
Messrs. A. and E. E. MiicMillan nmo
tored t') Lak Chi:les We inestly
morning. Thay rep wt il.tt it is al
m1ost worth the ride to Iowa to get t(
use te good riad t.e balance of thl
Rev. \1': L. Chiklress was a Jennings
visitor this week.
R. E. Martin, iwho h.s been runninf
p )mping pila.t n tr' \\ ood.tiwnI, is
WlK0IIg at to3lle til., ,'(e'.
A. McMIl : an: S :m Earl weti(
W:ls!i busine-.s visitors last W\ednes
Lake Arthur visitors Sunday were
Rev. L ntis Childress and family; J. M
Booze and family: Marshall Watkint
t.d taIlily; J. W. Narens and family
Waiter Bowers anti tn .iy; Robert Hai
ris and fam:ly; J. E. BHoxers and lam 13
C. Wiincheli and ftani:y; W. F. L,vetl
and fanlily; A ron LonIenecker amn
family; 0. L. Sutter and family. 1. H
Smith and wife; Al McMiillan; C. M
shoea: ker and lamiiy; rarl McMillan
Henry Louviere and D. M. Babin.
Benefited by Chamberla;n's Lino
"Last winter 1 used Chamberlain':
Liniment .or rheumatic pains, s tines,
tna soreness of the ka:ees, and can con
;cientiousiy say that I never used any
thing that d'd me so much good."--l:d
ward Craft, Eibi, N. Y. Obtainabi
WHERE HUMANS ARE WRONG
Philosopher Claims Errors in Mating
Are Due to Restricted Circula
tion Among Souls.
In the American Magazine Waltel
Prichard Eaton has a series of love
stories entitled "The Bird House
M.an." The first story is called "The
Song Sparrow," and in the following
extract taken from it two characters
discuss bird mating and human mat,
"'Did you ever reflect,' said Alec
Farnum, 'that the birds never make
a mistake in, mating? It's only we
poor blundering humans who get all
nixed up Jn our mating.'
"'Yes, there's that Sally Fisher
she's married a Jew!' said Mrs. Plumb
'Can't no happiness come of marrying
a Jew, I say.'
"'I'd go further than that.' smiled
the man. 'It isn't so much Jew oi
Chinese or Slav that makes the dit
ference in us humans; it's our souls
Some of us are wild ducks, and some
of us are hermits, and some of us are
domestic robins, or merry cickadeel
or cantankerous crows. There are
nightingales and song sparrows, as
well as hawks and grackles. But we
don't find our own kind at mating
time. Do you know why we don't
"'No. Will you have some mon
peas?' said she.
"'I will; they are delicious,' he an
swered. 'The first early peas are al
ways delicious. The answer to m
question is that the circulation amon,
souls is not free enough. It is toc
.onstricted. Love, Mrs. Plumb, i.
with us a matter of proximity. W
have to love, it's our nature. It we
are a song sparrow, and there is na
other song sparrow in sight, we tool
lshly fall In love with the grackle
next door. That's the whole trouble
HAD ITS ORIGIN IN AMERICA
British King's Royal Rifle Corps, Noe
in France, Raised in 1755 In the
There is a,keen rivalry among the
various regiments of the British army
in every way. Naturally the rivalr)
is greatest where fighting is concerned
and every regiment is only toe
eager to take part in the war, and s
add more fighting honors to its name.
The regiment with t4' greatest num.
Lor of battle honors fs one that has
already been tr he thic) of the fight.
ing in France, tha Kinds Royal Rife
eorps. Already in the great war it
has acquired ..nother Victoria Cross,
that of Major Dimmer of the Second
In the Boer war the regiment car
it'd of two V. C.'s, fourteen D. 8.
O.'s, and thirty.e ID. C. M.'s. It has
bees through about forty battles, the
names of the most important of whletb
appear on the cap badge.
The King's Royal Rifle corps was
originally raised in 11755 In the United
States, when those states belonged to
as. and was known then as thq Six
tieth (Royal American) Regiment of
Foot. It is supposed to have been the
frst regiment to be armed with the
P!AVE HAD TUE PROOF.
l Cculd You Do Tie Work and C;mnmard TI:e
Pay If You Were To Take .1 Course
'c" With U:;?
Here are a few extracts from letters i
of prominent business men who have
in h;:d the proof as to the ability of our
n, "Haing employed several of your M
in graduate:s, I think your institution the t
Lest ot its kind in this country."
I "WVe lave had six of your graduates .
in the past few -ytars; they "ere all
goo I; :se(l us another."
"There is such a scarcbity of business t
-o d colleges who ft their stud'ents for 'eal
,y hlusitness that we cannot re i::in from
,1i writing ani indorsingl your college,
to since seversl of your stl.dents have
he proven coinpitent in our ofl:c."
"I am alia s glad to recommend your
('se Cotton Classing Dept. It has bcn of
great benefit to me and my employer is
lighly pleased with my work."
ig "As you all know, I iave had a num
is her of your students in my ofl.ce. I
t.e tl:is olportunity of saying that
- e;: cry stultnt that I have had from a,
ýs- your school shows superi ar.ty of tiain
ing over students that I have had tr; m
. I have given ye ur graduates a thEr.
cugh test. and have found them to be
Saccurate and quick with their work.
h rlie thorough and practical training
lyou give fit. them for any kind of a pc
"We have one of your graduates as
H stenogral:;er in our legal Del.t. at a
M handsome salary giving entire satis
fraction. The work is extremely dift
cult, rt quiring the greatest skill and
accuracy, reads her notes like print.
We wish to commend your school ,or
turning out such excellent graduates."
n; "If all of your graduates areas pro
flcient as the three young then we have
in our office you are certainly doing a
n's great work for not only the young peo.
Ss pie but the bo: ioess men as well."
h A large firm of Cottoa; Buyers of east
~v Texas says:
,d "We predict much success for your
bie Cott n Classing Dept. It is thorough
and up to da.e and is in charge of capa
"It is indeed a p!easure to use one of
SQ your stenotvpewriting operators. He
takes dictation so easily and when cail.
ng ed upon to read back he does it with
perfect ease because it was print and
-ot crooked marks".
Write for catalogue contsi. ing hun
rreds of indorsements together with
name and address of business men who
he pay our graduates good saiaries. With
as )ur modern systems we can give you a
,rs better course of Bookkeeping. Short
at. hand, Cotton Grading, Business Admin.
istration and Finance or Telegraphy in
lee half the time and at half the expense of
.ke any other school teacthing other sys
we tems. Address Tyler Commercial Col
all lege, Tyler, Texas.
Pb. Sale cf Stray Stock.
SI will sell at the residence of Joseph
SFuselier near Elton, La., a brown horse,
or stray and unbranded, onSaturday, Aug.
ri. 7th, 1915. Caid sale is being made in
Is. accordance of a resolution passed by
ne the police jury relative to stray un-m
Lrs branded stock. Terms cash.
re DANIEL BULLER,
re Const ible 4th Ward, Parish of Jeffert
C son Dai , La.
Ct, onstipation Cured Overnight.
A small dose of Po.Do.Lax to-night
me you enjoy a full, hfree, easy bowel
a. novement in the morning. No grip.
al. ng, for Po.Do.Lax is Podophvlljn (May
y Apple) witnout the gripe. Po.Do'Lux
ng corrects the cause of constipation by
00 irousing the liver, increasing the flow
if bile. Bile is Nature's anticeptic in -
e the bowels. With proper amount of
,le, digestion in bowels is perfect. No
ol- ,as, no fermentation, no Constipation.
kle Don't be sick, nervous, irritable. Get
ble , bottle of PoDo.Lax from your drug.
.fist now and cure your constipation
,vernight.-Atlv. ho. 1
He Needed a Rest.
• An Indianapolis woman had a negro
eleaning the yard for her. His wife
had been dead for several years, and
he might be fairly regarded as on the
he market once more. So his employer
seized a favorable moment and pro
ceeded to sound him. "John," she
Ssaid, "you're a good, steady man, and
ought to have a home of your own.
; Lots of women would be glad to have
you. Why don't you get a wife?"
John leaned on his rak1,and scratched
his head refleetively. "MWell, I tell
bt. you," he replied. "you know I was
Smarried seven years, a' I've got to
ihave a rest.'"--ld~d saupU s News. i
* A Doctor's Prescription for Couh.
a One.fourth to one teaspoonful of Dr. I
8. King's New Discovery, taken as need.
Sed. will soothe and check coughs, colds
Sand the more dangerous bronchial and
Slung ailments. You ean't afford to
atake the risk of serious illness, when
ed cheap anl simple a .emedy as Dr.
to Kinag's New Discovery is obtainable.
Ix. Go to your Dr ggist today, get a hot. i
of tie of Dr. Kings a New Discovery, start'
he the treatment at once. You will be
Sgratified for the relief and cure oh.
tained.-Adv. No. 1
We have in stock tlhe
Celebrated Blue l ibbon
is Ke rose ne utOVe
in all sizes--two, three anl f,; liuner' -ju-t th
to kitchen cool these L:ht days. A IVS OVEN
nection with these Stoves makes a !;:Le combinati
have them in any size.
Refrigerators and Ice Box
ANY SIZE AND STYLE
Ice Cream Freezers
One (uart to TWo ('alcns
We also Have a Complete line of
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day in the week. Call and see us:
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