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■ it-Law
whittle I />/.• <aiming Ntiv Orleans
/ > /./i. e , m Jefferson
G L. 'tarier «na
St. John rarishes.
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V>3 Can a!- Louisiane Dig. Neu Orleans
/ ta ii't' in the pa-is/ie- <J S'. / o In
« Can ties na,i /effet son
'o/Htji a. m / Dljt.hlOs
Gretna, La
Attorney .At- Law
**»tictues ht the rat ts/te* of St. lohn
V \.hat Us un,! /eff'"er son.
CRANK 7 . l' VA \ E
Crtlr l'.ngin'er unn Snreyor
* Xnu Auaubon Sing., Aew Orleans /m
e'hotte Main toy .t
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"litii l'.t'gine, t a u Sur;e\cr
•s«rrpii*e. La
t'Ui a/A j O li n/-Lh
'One d welting jhiw a. in perfect
-Condition, situated ai Hahn vide,
La Apply to
*Oi !.. Donaldson
•M'lfhrivwle, La
Prentice K. Kdiington Jr
/ Wlt'li ey
Hut id in
A . O, IV.
Arpa Camp No. 4';?. meets
,evei v 4th Sunday of cacti
apotu.i a. I p m.. nt Amu, La,
T. B. Sellers. Clerk
înoiillily noaga/îiue devoted to
t lie use oî english
Josephine 'J'rpck ha^sr Editor
Partial GoijieiUS
^.üories an ? A;)u..u<s
•Sliull and Will: Should and Would
>jmv to use them
y naiuu ne i.a t to i. s (Ceinurj Oict
lOtjarvl *
orrret E 11 }?' 1 «* 1 : *e H -me
rrect Eugiisl » the School
ihl liai lu say and w hat not io say
„ourse in Graunner
it. ,lette r wiitin H and Ftmc
l uauou
,u„i.iess English toi the business
Loajp'iU-ld Words : liow to write
Studies in English Eite'aiurt
Agents W«mted
|..oo a vear. Semi ip cepis foi
ample copy
^IRkSCT (iNQUSH Eva. s'.on
appointed *te mtv IT jr
a Woodrfnçn Çirclç
• * TP Se.ll-'rs
â;.;'iai PRosuenas
It has br
•i> Helc! and Put in
, ion For the
I kct.
eu • m for cattlo
•n i f I oi. a o , I' out all tlieir
• s an.l otii'U- .■s*.i;c1:*t tattle dur
the winter and spring, and to car
but a limited herd of breeding
k, yearlings and calve» during the
t mer W: li the prices of cattle ad
it ail ■ . have cat ! d ■•ifli
, , : tdv.i i
" ! re
d ! ir 1:. 1 O pur**
:• *i.| k p« i" 'he best
1 o : ■ . <<* ■! Vn »[.en full Then
!* t them ru:: in the stalk field.', and
after frost turn them on velvet beans,
either with or ■Without corn left in the
field Ninety per cent of the cattle
received in New Orleans since Jan
ie-rv are reported to have been fed on
■rivet bonus in this wav. and cattle
co fat'eiw d have brought prices rang
ing from nine to twelve cents. There
wt't be no question about profitable
markets for the pastures and velvet
ban field* if th? farmer has the cat
tle to feed them to. it. will be a good
pirn to keep one steer for every acre
of beans.
Sows Should Be Bred To Farr#w
Before Winter.
The best hogs have been selling re
cently for over sixteen cents a pound
on the central markets and have net*
ted Louisiana shippers twelve and one
half cents a pound weighed right out
r*f tln> feed lots. Based on present
prices,"it is not wise to sell for less
than ten cents a pound any hogs that
van be finished for market v.Ttb'u
o : gi't or ten months, or any good
breeding stock tl.at may he needed on
the tarins. All sows should be bred
to good loans so as to farrow before
winter, thus Increasing the number of
pigs on the farms as far as possible.
Keep 'h bogs in fenced pastures or
on grazing crops where they can get
po-nty of green s'uff and give them
just enough grain to keep them in a
thrifty and growing condition so as
to be ready to run in tee corn and
pea fields, toy beans and sweet pota
toes in the fall, and placed on velv.it
i— ans, with or without the cattle uf
t r the first frost Keep posted on the
liver lock markets for the class you
he vs for si Before selling or slrip
. enfer v.ith the demonstra
te pi the b'vt markets and
Bor. 1 try and poultry products may
bs quickly and economically increas
ed. Keen a 1 ! vigorous pullets from
early hatch . for egg production. De
pose of all cockerel» of the light, ac
tive breeds, such as Leghorns and Cre
ole.-, a:- scon as possible after th y
have made th* ir most economical
growth, that is. when they reach the
tve or two and one-half pound stage.
Capo nine all vigorous cockerels from
the medium or heavy br'eds, such as
Firmer *■ Foe' s. Wyandot* >>s, Rhoio
h i .r* 1 Rods, Orpingtons, etc., ar.d fowl
fr. g row in to the six or eight pound
stage. Continue hatching chicks
through f.Iav and June for developing
info table poultry. Destroy all lice,
mites, and intestinal parasites so the
chickens will get full benefit of the
Keep all male birds away from the
laving liens after the breeding season
is over, thus producing Infertile eggs,
which will not spoil a* readily as fer
tile eggs.— G. E. Nesom, Live Stock
Extension Service, Louisiana State
t 'Ini
May Be Gro-vn For Money Crop, For
age, and Soil Improver—Will
Follow Oat Crop.
The soy bean Is a very valuable
crop to grow at any time. It may be
utilized as a "money crop" where the
Peed are harvested and sold to the
oil mills. It thus contributes to the
food supply. Twenty bushels of seed
per acre is a reasonably good yield,
and at the present price this yield
would bring a fair profit when the low
cost at which the crop may be grown
is considered. <
Probably the greatest value of the
soy bean, on the whole, however, is as
a forage cron. When grown.for this
purpose it shou'd be planted tb, :k in
the row and cut for hay. It makes a
f^ed almost equal in value to alfalfa
hay. The harvesting period is usual
ly the latter part of August or th#
first «f September, when fair «■••aih
er usually prevails. Difficulty Is fre
quently experienced in obtaining good
seed for planting, and a poor stand of
soy beans is common. To guard
against this, the germinative quality
oi the seed should be tested before
pcmting a: d the planting should be
done with care. Failure will result if
the land for soy beaus is poorly pre
pared. The lend should be well plow
ed and pulverized, and the seed plant
ed not more than one inch to one and
one-half inches deep. The planting
may be done up to the middle of July,
and on this account it is one of the
beet crops to follow the cat crop. On
poo: land the rows should be fron*
two to two and one-half feet wide, and
on fertile soil from three to three and
one-half feet. Planting should b** dene
v ith a coin or pea planter and about
one-half bushel of seed us. «1 p~-r acre.
If properly planted no hoeing should
be' required by this crop and it' wili
need only two or three cultivations —
W. R. Perkins. Extension Division,
Louisiana State University,
Good KßwsTo
Now you can tell tc a cer
just what anything wi.'l cost
laid down at your R. R. Sta
tion. You have nothing to
pay when the goods arrive.
No other Mail Order House
gives you this grr-a; advantage.
No other big Mail Order House
Pays the Freight.
f We pay the freight on all shipments
f of 100 pounds cr more to any point
1 in the following States X excepting on
safes, vehicles an J farm implements):
NawYork. PeuiylranU, Okie. YirrirW V. .f Vi.k'h,
Dalurtrc, NcwJtra;?. .Vainc, He *iam:!Xre,
Vmaent. Mamcbiuetn, Cools i sat lo<< Rhode leUi'd.
If you live anywhere * utside the States lamed
above we will pay a liberal pa it of the lrught
charges. So no matter where you 'ive vv.a < .n
enjoy this f sight Paid Advantagu in part it alt
r~? _ f ^»1
'S A
■ '/ S.
Write for thh Big ]r «0 KTF? K>
i . Catalog Today I
that Ä
J 0 N t - JV - -A utert!**
I ( 38 )
It is the only big Mail OrJ er Book thr
quote? frei, ht paid pricas. Contains
page- of money saving iiar^oui Ap •;:!
bring s i' - ad for .1 to-Jay.
Ma./nardT ^3
*23 5 ?
63 c 'Sir alirn Paint: fe.-.*; ««'"f 1=4
Junior Freighi Paid [A, / * 'tF'loi-bvltin.shingles
?jv s : .u.leg. v î r^t: . ^ *• * \ r kTJsran
os Er.
sFrciskt T«iu
Eftsicat to run,
earnest to keep
Bwoet and cl^an.
Lfotime cuiT
ante?. Built for
hardscrvif *. If
not satisfact
ory, yoor m'
Day*' F-ei
Trial. Catnln?
hoW« 4 liJ i-c,
__ ». 2üC lbs. am
aaeitv per Faur.
» Fr»ûrhtpaii $23.5? 1
peel or rub off. r
. and
T* J7TJ'" li C*. o Gal. anJ j I '
«••i HOUSE PAL T |
Wriu* for I » ■
Saî- l&k ïï. rstr ■ h:- i«k* I !■••:.. I
F-.V'I 2 p'y
•'. :■) yru. $ 1 . 30 ;
Ted 12 yrr..
it ■ . .c paid on
r i'-.c.e.
26 inch He r r'fin .i; :
Freinai 'S A c Per *!_
Faid /ft Rgd* r ',^r r
no.îï-.lO. Has hot- .
lom barbed wire *
v.-evrn in end mr gft7"*~'r ■
stayed six inch-s »tirv - —g
xpar.. Hogs car.'t»^^«f«*
pc' unde-. We pay —eil* -i * c *
»TLeeZirH- orzm a
'Si cr ?
tf*-- '«■«<
v , r
■B 3 K
115 E.
3rd Si., Now Vo
.Ü ctinw. Hjiç
LU n lia! lifîj
-s Soil Tc
Fa! plowing inorov- .• the
cl tl'N oil and <■ *11.-..'.-. a m at
rat'or. f plant f: id due to
lion c f the weather than sprinj
iug Ky turn mi g un 1er tbs t
or vog table, natter in the f.«K
of c* u se, nuire m u * > rot «i::<.
conic thoroughly me.'
Fall plowing uh.is.--r. many weed seer
to germinate and (lie .v;*ds t«> « .
killed by cold weal.«* r Many inse< s
are b.ought to the unlace, also, to he
killed b> the frosts.
The time for fall plowing should He
largely a matter of convenience. The
heavier soils may sr.feiy he plowed
first. Land with a great deal of v.u,.
table matter on it to be turned .ind u
should be plow d sa;iv in order to give
this matter mor tmie to rot.
There is not always suifiric-nt ,T m<
in tue spring for proper preparation
of the soil. r. .Tally where the c r ■
are to be planted curly, hence it .s
good farm management to ma. * a
part of this preps*atlon in the fall
It is not always host to plow >d"
lands and hill lan«is in i..e fail ■ *
they are also seeded to a o.vc -
otherwise there is apt to be muc.n
loss from leaching and erosion.
J. L. II r
Extension Division, Louisian: r>
An Effective Method cf Emil Weevil
Experiments ha va proved that orr
Of l! î most effcc'i"e means <*f boll
weevil control is the early d'struc'ion
of the green cotton stalks. This earl?
destruction of the growing stalks ac
comp ishes three things:
( 1 ) Destruction of all immature
weev'ls in bolls and squares.
( 2 ) Destruction of all food sup
plies for adult weevil, compelling all
these weevil to da without foml until
cold weather forces them into hiberna
tien. This makes the adult weevil g*
into «inter quart* ? weak from star
vatiu • and in bad condition to with
stand the cold.
(S ( Destruction of all breedir
placi s. This early stalk d str 'lion
dup at.es in bare m*-* er. :he * f
feoN of freezing t ni;.■.''•attire t.
I erdr-r to mal." to 'on a pro'.':*,
ble crop, the best culttral metbo-'
mu * be adopted and all means * ?
rom r illing weevil damage innst be
use fatthf'ii'y and p'-rsist ently
Ear destruction of the grem and
gro '% stalks is t'ie first step
V ere tiie fartr.-'-rs nnvo the nece -
sar: tools, t be:-' v. ay to band!" tue
staB s is to chop them un tine with a
Star- cutter or disc harrow Ti vn
plo- under as deep as pea ible, ther
ou£ ly covering a!! of the <ho, -a

WILL btjfîüCÜ NfcESrO
Sorr.e Facta Ab *ut the J o and Abuse
of Hog Chois t 3 .-rum—Sanitary
MedsuPcS Are Neco&sury.
Th, y of Mi*' n<.'.on, n' \ t ti"
Y.'UT li, tOuüy. ii' t ):* l'OG<i iiUll ILiOaU
f'-cij; and anyon« who can, in any
m . conserve and i:u r«-asc t, • food
supply oi ,'ta people e.t this tli :c is a
true p^.* vio* .
To suggest fh;*t we should save our
hogs, at any 11. ; . but more es pecially
In the country '• present cNis, may |
se.-n quite uncalled for c. e n ci
t icul*"*U3. Hov/t v r, tii -•* r ( one or
.wo points in this e*rv *:i v 'v.'-T
may bo overloclmd .11 bear
The 3 r d is > z rente to the
an»; ..i. Sorarv as
-v* ■ ' ..z, Ϋ a valuable
a hog cholera,
; een:, to be on
.m all accounts,
• » t ■ ■ • : is having all
. .iueslo lor se
judicious use of
i,,. is to he com
be some
. • s-Ttsa when
c or quan'.luen
• y avtuaby re
er.u ve think
i- sa '.vaste
• wng the se
: moans con
.g tiie people's
the one who,
e, or abuse, of
- m "hse of its
hogs, is not
ion, but the j
•ho adopt 1 >n of
( ,.. i n Cl n;;ec- ,
The man who i
v tr< v his chol- ]
but permits [
•:posed to be the
infeciion to his
■ and to his }
c'y not i'f'mr !
* ■ o,.d in- I
,-ju?. *i' -reforn, 1
r. in hogs I
x: h r
Unfversii -
dreh wo
,d thrs
n Cjuld
* o\ nera
ç f .rcas. —
Hoc; : Hogs'
>,u J* isf-\s Keg:sterecl \ Hrso
l)n I oc .'ei st j s Grad d
L Go«l»-h«iix Co l.td.
Diamond p l : intatiuii,
bt liei s , P. O . La.
jlTunLng. flapping and trespass.
I I ert-bv pr<diitiitctl <>', tb*
a pci ty o! Lst. ic Mis. A Gassen
Layous Gassen,
Mill' E
No*ice is bcic 1 v g vrn th '*. the
" mane e C'omniit'et of Polite 'tin
f 'h Pa'isli o' St. ( bar «s vvM
meet on cverv Saturday prtvi-ais
the regular meeting t > approve
bills and any bili> net* ved latter
than that day will be laid over
tiie next régulai meet eg
F. Sch xnaydre,
Secret n.
to |
Public notice is hereby i*i' e
hat ' respassing. bun' mir fishnui
ui ping mi) moss pitk'ntr is si > 'd J
v prohibited ot Ellington. Fri<
mirier e'.ui l.mieSiai PI« ntati
mdc pcua.ty «.f the iaw
The h A. Hlruin Co. Ltd
Pnbrc notice is hereby given
! 't t nn. t'tig. i n spassingj an*: moss
,j.rk• • is i*iohii>it'jd on (he lo!
o t i ^ pi pc« v
The property of Louisiana Delta
Lands Company <>i o > proper»}' of
\V D Mooie
Louisiana D *lta Lauds Co.
\V. D Mo. re
Do yon on enougn of thts?
The great benefit in health and
Btrength that always is enjoyed by
regular eaters of good oatmeal ia
known the world over. Every year
there are more and more eaters of
Quaker-Scotch Oats, which is recog«
ni-ied in this country and in Europe
as the one perfect oatmeal. Quaker«
Scotch Oats packed in tins keep*
fresh and sweet in nay climats tag
•Bjr langt* «f time.
The Board of St i le Affiirs will j
j sit as Board ot Equalization and in l
! consider the absfact and assess
, ni nt o! t * 1 ' s 1 jrish on rnday July
i 2<>t.n /917
[ ' ____
The best of tne good ones.
All tho experiments of the Govor.
ment tcKii Mjvrts and the ath'etio
tr; iueT# ef Y ale University prove
that c#tc*l eaters are the strongest
and healthiest. Quaker-Scotch Gats
stands at the head of the list of cereal
foods, li fa not only the best food,
but it's the cheapest food on earth.
Packed in tins it wiil keep sweet and
ti ash anywhere iadehnitely.
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HI N"! IN(i
f"«i i Rapping i
strictly j loiiil uni ( t!lt
i his Ci in pa ii v 1
*i I (. s o
'■■'•vvis will j, e
pioseeuieu io i| )c mil extent o
Louisiana M »;
>f t lie
«y ' ! < » v\ s (.o ni pa ii y
Public IHM •
t b-> I ti e pa s.
11 i'P ' K (i
lv pronilMii i
Esta e
ot the law
"> JMi.j tr. y
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do t* i i n s
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i.eiepy given that
I I espassiry is post
'cm «inner u„ g
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Jos J.alail
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M'«M lies ul All
NO 7 /CL
Tresp:,s«.i„ ff> hu-iLi g mid ti p
on ir me 11 . ei.y prohibited
P'opcrtio ihvi ed mid
on ill
'fined by
Yl m. Liissdii
liespassmy, li. nibig tU i<! wood
culling on my piemiMs is sturdy
p.ohibiicd Any vioia.ions win he
putusheu acrouling n, law
Si '* W. H. I 'im.ey
Uniting, tisim.g, trapping and
p ss;i:g are suictly pruhib.ted
i." properties ot tne est«ue ot
L, Yom.^ä.
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