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1fH MONROE SANITARIUM
and Training School for Nurses
DrO O. W. Cosby & Robert I. Blackman, Surgeons and Props. '
. Is now open and thoroughly equipped for the treatment of
gorgical, ;!ynecological and other cases; also prepared for the ethic- ,
Sl treatment of cases addicted to the Morphine, Whiskey and t',,
The Monroe Sanitarium is in charge of a competent Head Nurse
ad Matron. assisted by a staff of competent nurses; is open to all '
repatahle physicians and cases may be referred to it with assurtn*e 0
that they will receive the most careful and painstaking attention.
Young ladies of good character, desiring to become nurses shoul"HI
write the Superintendent of Nurses of the Monroe Sanitarium, tMonr oe
La. For further infortmation address the Monroe Sanitarium ,,r
Drs. Cosby & Blackman
MEYER BROS., LTD.
Headquarters for the latest f
Novelties in Dress Goods, Hosiery
and Ready to Wear Garments:
Agents for Manhattan and Eagle Shirts, Stein-Bloch
Smart Clothes, Men's Hannan Shoes, Men's Hawes
Hats, The Zeigler Brothers Celebrated Laten Shoes j
Monroe - Louisiana
Liarcy, President. F. . Hadsao, First Vice President
J. 8. Handy, Second Vice President
iL Mer.on, Caskier J. T. Aust., Assistant (uskier
E OUACHITA NATIONAL BANK
Capital $aoo,ooo Surplus S$oo,ooo
TOTAL ASSETS OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
sia.dss Too Large and None Too Small to Receive Our
Most Careful and Condderate Attention
m-lrl, or.em r Cashice Monroe lNatios. Dash.
L. D. Ma . n r er President Monroe National Bash.
tI. eaear President Ssgar Bros. Co. Ltd.
D, PA.BideAt DDont Noeth Laidslasa Sai gl0 o., aId.
Wholesle Liquor ese. . a e rsidu, a. ber larsy, Lue..d.
BsnAtorneyofib rrSm of Uso, lott and inr.
BiHs. ci 34g. Haes a aon.
at rate of 3 1-2 per cent
Manum, compounded every 6 months, will
on time deposits in Savings Department
D.ank wai forme hby the conomlidatun of the-former
iita Nitional Batnk and the Monroe National Bank,
which tok place on April 20th, 1907
This is the Only Nadeial Bank la Monroe
Of the Famous Walk
over Shoes in all the
styles and leathers, for
men and women. 0 ."
They are the best fitting
and the most comfortable
wearing shoe made today.
Prices range from
$3.5o to $4.75S
Remember that nobody
carries a better or more
complete line of Dress
Goods, Clothing, Hats,
Groceries, Etc, than will
be foud in my store at
al ftimes. so 4 1
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her a 1º; eillet · t. Each Ili 1:~l H(t II
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ten~l teitt Eli' 51,1:1 illtlt, c' prisilo
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tShai ol' ' tt''il t M e l o It ll1(
olit"it' tr. lhrt e tt 11)4' lal' rliei of th
tiE Iucation at ch cert'I itji'ate"lti ll
Sqeires~, if 51 Xii3'iVii tro-tee~s be
bepprivoated by tilt' ;itat! IHt.ai'ei
(if ct'ic tile i'ft'4)IhI 1114t311 iatt 1(1 Elf telt
!perlntis ieot tile 1t·,iienll sh oaul'(b
state11 Ii titeill i 114± t, Ineffic3ient' orf
Sthot tile ploh'i.elflth c(f tile Sictt
is r'hooI lact tre offic ofpa ritil.
i is ant______l _ ______ ll to ap _ _____
TEN YEARS OF SUFFERING
FROM TORPID LIVER
Prominent Alabama Minister is
Permanently Cured by the
Use of Prickly Ash Bitters.
A complete cure after ten years
of suffering from torpid liver and
indigestion brings words of praise
for Prickly Ash Bitters from the
Rev. John W. Thomas, pastor of
Shiloh M. E. Church, Brewton.
Rev. Thomas says: " rvery spring
and summer I would be so worn out I
could do nothing. I would be taken down
with violent bilious attacks and suffered
untold misery. Several doctors treated
me unsuccessfully and I had begun to
consider my case hopeless."
"One day, thank God, I saw an adver
tisement of Prickly Ash Bitters and
thought I would give it a trial. After a
thorough course of treatment with this
great remedy I am glad to say it has
made a dilerent man of me. I now feel
well sad strong, my digestion is good, I
can eat anything at any time without
that awful distress I used to have. I
consider it my duty to recommend
Prickly Ash Bitters to everyone whom I
think needs it, and I know everyone
who has used it on my recommendation
has been greatly benefted."
Prickly Ash Bitters is a remedy
with a splendid record of cures of
all forms of kidney and liver trou
bles. It has an agreeable cathartic I
tation that removes constipation
'nd restores regular bowel move
eauts. It purifies the blood,
strengthens digestion, promotes
good appetite, sound sleep and
Get the sminune.with the afig
"8" in red on frout label.
olad by drnggisb eyirywhm. ?Pe
,.M a ble.. t.
Smith-Grisham Drug Comppany,
iuch rules aind by-laws for its own
govr rnmn'llt. not Inconi.stent with
sit'e ý it b- i , ll lat, a. it deemt
prlotrtt. I i.e hcuilar Mieeting of
Sac', I'ari-h BIoardi -hall lie hel,
t',ol tiii - t t .1t,furhtiav of .l:uiN arl.
A;p ii, .Iii , . si :t I 4Jtett ,e.. autd it
' ,tw hold -t'h -pectial or aidjourn
te Ineeting. a, tilte Bocard nIasi
<btt-, tI;ine m. as ocra' iun Illru
'leqlll it'. l':.ch Parih S chool
il: ardI -h:il t xetrci.e [ rotptr
.l ::nut, e in sci urin, for the
-t .ool, ,th, p.a i-h all fuIItes
i, -tIit'ed for Ille inpporl t of thel
-,chiol. imtloeulin i i the State fuil d
ol-.P,,r:i,'il Iht thereto h poll tax
t iih"11t I llt :Wi,, :ti other fu td-.
I hi." ,+.''r,.ia |' -hall I ep a recor I -
,,I all tru -atctions anlt proceed
lIugs of tli' HBard. The Parish
School Bo ard, may receive land by
purcllhate or donation for the pur
po'.e of erecting schoothouses,
irit ihle for and secre the erec
tion of the lame, construct such
outbntihlitigs and enclosures as
-hall ,e conductive to the pro
tection of property and upon the
recoi nendation of the parisir
superintendent make repairs and
provide the nece-s-arv furniture.
eejiipment, and apparatus. All
contracts for imlprovement shall
he awarded'ul to t ie lowest respon
-ilce bidder, tile Board reserving
the right to reject any and all bids.
I hl Parish Board shall have pow
er to recover for any damliages
that may bhe done to the property
in its charge. Upon the recoim
iendlatlion of the parish superin
titenlent, tht' Parish Board lmay,
'l , a two-th irds votle of the whhle
Bo:ardt, after due notice, change
tle lochation of tihe schtool houlse,
-ell or distpose of the old site, and
use thte proceeds thereof towards
:a nleW onel.
r'. M. l.a nsr.lrs. t r,
I el tetiiant (iiloerltir a1unt rtesi
dent I f thie Seunate.
II. G. Dt'PrE.
speaker of the hlouse of Repre
Approved June 20th, 1908.
.1. Y. SANDERS,
(Governor of the State of Louisi
SELE('TION OF TEA(IEIiERS.
Section 37 of Act 214 ofe 1902.
'the board of school directors
.hall elect two persons either
tither neulelbers or not nmemt ters 1
of the hloard at their discretion.
who shnil assist the parish super
intendent in examining all appli-1
ants for certific:ites of qualifi
'attin to teach in the public
schools of the parish; these ex- I
atiiners shall mark all ans'ver
papers. tabulate the result and
present the same to the parish
hoard, whichl board shall select
and appoint teacl.ers for the
schools of the parish in accor
dance with thile provisions of the
law. This shall be done at a
special meeting of thie board call
ed for the purpose, when neces
sary. and a;I elections of teachers
-hajil be carefully entered in the
miinutes of thie proceedings. The
answer papers of all persons ex
ainined 'hall he kept for one year
on the otlice of the parish super
,ntendent subject to tlie inspection
,f the persons examined, or per
s, o1 specially authorized by them. I
Great Lakas snd Can
New England and
California and the
North Pacefic Coast
Very Low Rates
Hamdaomelr I~itasted beoklet. 4.
rtpdv.oc Vobtao CaItorafm se
Nmtheru sad Dtrm .ummer 3 o'tes
frh o r.equeM
JAS. HARRis,-Os. Pass. Alt.,
UUl bik. Af.
DO. H. LEE, GOs. Pass. Agt.,
uase assa. Art.
A. full -itpply of K I1).\l, :1111I
1'11010 ( i 1',L11-:5.
Marbury & Kidd,
RAILROAD TIME TAB"L.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
(Arkansas .outhern i',v'..
No. 676. Nr" . homund-lI. i; .l a in .
No. li0, No ,l., und-Lv. 2 4, p niti, .,..
No++. P? . + : , ibtht-Ar. :31j m . it an *
\ 'Y , t,.thboiund-Ar. 12:.O p. it , daily.
L. .siana and Arkansas.
Train- going north.
No. 2, Lea ' 8.'i a. in. for Hope. Ark.
No. 4. l'avr , 4:10 p. an.. for litlnden. La.
Trains going south.
No. 3. leaves le0ul a. in for J. ni. La
No. 1. leaves 2:: p. to. for Jen-ia. L.a.
No. 3, leaves 10:1t a. in. for Alexanditn.. I..,
No. 1. leaven 2:5 I p. iui. for Alexandriiar . i.
Louisiana Railway & Navigation Co.
(Red River Valley).
No. 4. Souththllnd-l)ep. 6:uu a. u. d.utlv.
No3, Northbound- Ar. 9:15 p .. datil.
Tremont & Gulf Rv. Co.
Effective March 5, 190i. Between Tren,.mlt and
Daily No. 2 leave, Winnfield 3p. m. ('hat
hamville 9:32 p. ua.. Ers 7.0:. p. i i. arrlt :lg
Tremont 7:45 p. m.
Daily No. I, leaves Tremont 9:15 a in.. Eros
9:51 a. m.. ('hatham.,lle 10:15 a. ni., airitiug
Winnfield 1:59 a. mt.
Daily. except Sundia. N . 30. local freight,
leaves Winifield 6 a. ia., arriving Tremont
12:01 p. m.
Daily. except Snnciay. No. 31, local freight
leaves Tremlnt.i 6 a. ru.. arriving 12:14i p. mi.
Train No. I ioi.ntcts at Trenmnt with V. S. &
P. trains frmii .ollnre alnd Shiirelnert. Train
No.2 eonnllcts at Tremlint with V. .. & P.
trainis to . ,nr- .. nii s.hre, l ri- rt.
AI.F kEli E.1 .il,
(General Pa.suen.'r .i fet. ,
. ,nutirld, La.
LOUISIANA RAILWAY & NAVICAT!ON
Daily Passenger Trains between Shreveport and New Orleans.
Daily Passenger Trains between Shreveport and Winnfield.
Exceptional good time on Car Load Traffic.
Siecial attention given less than car load shipments all of which
- moves in
DAILY THROUGH PACKAGE CARS
CLARENCE ELLERBE, H. B. HELM,
Assistant to President General Super teacaut
E. C. D. MARSHALL
General Freight and Passenger Agent
SHREVEPOR f - LOUISIANA
YOUR SUMMER VACATION
IS NEAR AT HAND
SOUTHERN T PACIFIC
Will Have Many Attractive Routes to Offer .
By Rail or Water X
To CALIFORNIA "
GOONE WAY-RETURN ANOTHER
Through the Most Beautiful S enery in the World
To NEW YORK
One of Our Magnificient Steamships-Five Big Boats
Creola, Momus, Antilles, Proteus, Comus
Ask your ngeyt for literature or write
G. E. GUERDY, D. P. A. F. E. BATTUES, G. P. A.
Majestic Hotel Maasuiae sad N.tches sa.
LA.a CHAaLrS N1aW OgaRLsa
An Ideal Realized
It has tabke us many years to develop a per ect
wbhisky - one that would satisy the most eacd demnd
of every critical ta. . To-day we are ethea
Murray Hill Club Whiskey
stands pre-eaine. t in its matchless purity and bsvr.
Those who best apprecia it are those who are hardest
best . b U es.ee it. As otin--ive r*.w we- I
Jos. A. Madnus & Co., CincnnatiLO.
4 Full Quarts, Express Prepaid - - - - $6.00
J. Y. COVICTON, SILVER KING SALOON,
- WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
g01301, - - - LOUISIANA.
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tAh ayC on Time.'
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V. S ATI- INSOt.
I. P 'r> s . c ,.oatu. Ark.
See that Your Ticket G:es j
Best and Quick
est Route to
FOR THE EAST
td-). H. SMIIn..u I'. A.
New Urfraaa. IuS