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j .i M ES LEGE A 1 DR P.,
tier, urn /Jut: ding, N en' tr.r,
Et tu lice* in the eourts of !> - / u r
ishes of $t. Chores.
John , St. J a.o.es.
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Whitney At. ihritm »■;»
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hoJ Aoaubon Slag ,, AVn Ortean > in
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Attorney
y; i Ca.ntl- Louisiana, Big, Nett Ortean j
Era, tues in the parishes of St. John
/ Charles and Jefferson
FRCP A. AUtsi'..nTOt*
I [it etna , La
Attorney At-Law
°e a cl ties in ihr Banshes cfSt, lehn
Sr Charier and /«Jenon,
Frank r. r\ ana
ino S/reyor
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•.■wit Enffnett a .4 v ;<rreuse
Gar willt, La
KOI A EM OR SA L h
One dwelling hoti..i
condition, situated «1
La Apply to
Dr 1 », Donaldson
I lull n ville, La
hi perreci
Hulin ville.
Prentirc E, Ediington Jr
t.AlVYfcS
400 YVldii.ey
ifclJKW ORLEANS
H\ O (/'.
4'i
Ama Camp No.
every 4th Sunday
noiL.i at 1 p m.. at Ama, La.
T. B. Sellers, Clerk
CORRECT ENGLJSh
* HOW TO USE IT"
A monthly m.tgx.zt.ie devoted to
the use oi engltsh
Josephine Truck ha».er iJ*l'tor
Partial Contents
Queries an-,LAns..ÿ»!i
Sh.d! and Will: Sh.mld and Would
How to lise them
U r.»oouncialions ((..uiiiur-i Diet
»onarv t
orrect English in ' ,e H »me
rreci Englisl n the Sihcol
Hfiiai to say and whai not to sav
„ourse in Gramm er
h. lette'' writin s and Punc
tuation
uai.iess Engiidi for ihe busines:
Man
Compound Words: How to writ
« them
Studies ut English Liteiqiurt
Agents Wanted
^..00 a »ear. Send 10 cents fo
ample copy
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• PROPER STORAGE WILL
SA YE SWEEP PüiAiuc;
VALUE OF CROP OFTEN DE
Ci-.tASED BV CARELESS METH
ODS OF HANDLING.
STCriH IK WELL B ! JiLT HOUSE
An Abandoned Tenant House Can
Very O.ten Be Utillrod For
Tills Purpose.
Improper methods bf harvest:;'!
and storing sweet potatoes are re
sponsible for large losses whic.
greatly decrease the value of tin
crop, according to A. F. Kidder, pro
l'essor or agronomy. Louisiana State
University. Louisiana's sweet pota
to crop for this year is estimated io
bo 5,000,000 bushels, and growers
would do well to take precautions
against undue losses through careless
handling.
Some of the things to be observed
are as follows:
1 Potatoes should be thoroughly
mature before being harvested.
2. Thev should be handled careful
ly to prevent bruises, as such places
cause rot very quickly.
3. Injured potatoes should not be
stored with sound ones.
4. The potatoes should be sub
jected to a temperature of S5 to 95
degrees Fahrenheit as soon as they
tue put away, and the moisture con
sent reduced to 10 per cent or less.
5. Potatoes should be stored In a
Well built house, where the temper
ature can be kept uniform. This wilt
save a large per cent of all good
sound potatoes, while the old bank
method usually causes a loss of 25
to 50 per cent. Old tenant houses
I can often be utilized for that purpose.
UNPROFITABLE HEN
Culling Should Se Done Frequently
and Thoroughly.
After hens reach a certain age. de
; pending upon the way they have
been handled, they can no longer pro
! duce eggs profitably. Those wblcfc
are fbreed for heavy egg productrch
1 by the liberal use of stimulants will
, reach this stage quicker than the oth
; ers. Whenever this stage is reached
i the nens should be marketed as soon
i as possible.
j A pretty safe rule to follow with
the average flocks which have not
; been treated with stimulants is as
follows: Dispose of hens of the light,
1 activp breeds, such as Leghorns and
; Anconas, as Sôon «« they have passed
, through their third laying season;
the medium weight
j End dlaposç «n
breeds, such ft3 PljTnoulh Rocks,
i Rhode Island Reds, Wyandoltea and
I ,j)rpig!,t,«ns as soon as they have pass
i e<l' through two laying seasons. At
'4116 same time, discard all younger
j hens which have baggy' .abdomens,
which have a tendency to slay over
fat, or which lack health or vigor in
! »ny way. ■>■■■.
The culling should be done fre
ijuently and thoroughly.' It rarerly
i'h ajrs Rn old or a weak bird
1 for a better market. The quicker
they are sold the better. The average
flock should bé thoroughly culled at
'|east önce a month. Buch practice
will not materially reduce the output
j of the flock, but, on the other hand, j
j will greatly Increase the profits by
reduolng the required amount of high
priced feed and labor.— A. F. Rc'.î,
PnSftry Specialist, Extension Divl
Eton. Louisiana State University.
! DATS YIELD WELL
FOLLOWING LEGUMES
Some examples of suceessftil oat ]
production in different parts of-lx;uls
Ivan where the cron was planted on !
Imds that had grown a leguminous
trop the previous c-iminer are g'ven
below. In each c .r.e the land -was
broken to a death of from six to ten
l-ches end then • thoroughly disk- 1 «!
*-r;d harrowed. * '
Jn tjie R"d River vnlfey, near
•Shreveport, a 40-ecre field of oats
frown an Und that had b»?en fn alfal
ta for four years yield«d 84 bushels
b'T acre. T^c bu^iiftL* of accMmmed 1
Texas red-ru5t-proof oats por acre
w-ife drilled October 15.
In the Ouachita River wlley, near»
Monroe, 50 bushels of pats per acre
were produced on land fliat had been.
In lcspedqza. Twq and one-half bv*'»]- 1
els of Louisiana rUd-rust-proof oats,
per acre were drilled October 15.
, C v the Bayou Macon ridge 58 •
acres produced oats as follows : 20
acre» that had been in' lespedaxa j
■-am H^illûH In nolo ClnnlAmho^ Hk .n/l I
a ere drilled to oate Sep^tember t6 x»nd !
produced 50 bustels per acte; five
acres that had jfrown corn auij p^s
were planted to cbjs Qo^ofier JO 'find
produced t»u&»ièl^ per acre; Çy.j
acres of' cötton' \yn4 *Çere pfante<| toi
oats from' October 10. November li
and prédqcHl G P^-' arfe. ;
A farm ïn one of'{he Delta pariehe«;
nrodaoe^ $6 bussele per acre on
• hat had' jrrown öowpe-s and 40 h»i i V
,1 p on lard without the p -ic. Tr.-.,
nr three bushels of oats por ters we rot
Prilled early In October.— L. S. U.
I Press Bulletin.
IMFERiOR SEED KAY
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f'SF f Tfip FT: t"?J
* 'kj U Au 1 I in - * •'*—
OFTEN CONTAIN OBNOXIOUS j
WEED SEED THAT CAUSE PER
MANENT INJURY TO FARM.
SEED WäLL SE TESTED T REE !
There Is No Necessity For the
Iatia Farmer To Plant Seed
Unknown Value.
One of the
profitât) o crop
of good s < d.
iana has often
essential f ate,
production is 1.
The farrier of
sail red inad
of
.ou:s
quatl
returns and. no doubt, in son. • in
stances complete crop failure owin ;
to the use of seed of inferior trad*
Not only that, farm seed oft» r: con
tain obnoxious v °ed seed v eh, if
sown, will require time and lonev
to eradicate. These resulting weeds
may in sotne cases effect a permanent
injury to the farm.
There Is no necessity for the Louis
lana farmer to plant seed of unknown
value. A seed lesting labornioiy is
maintained at the Experiment Sta
tioh of the Louisiana Star Univer
sity for the purpose of furnishing in
formation to farmers and ' »dsinen
as the quality of co.nmerci i
tarai seeds If enables tii
tive buyer to obtain sanipl»
from the seedsmen of pro
have them tested before , a.
The seed laboratory Is in
an expert seed analyst aim
1 igrkul
nro spec
. of seei
■'er anj
chasing,
. ha: go of
is well
equipped for rapid and accurate tests
as to purity and germinat'ou. A pur
ity test can be made and the report
returned almost immediately. A ger
mination test requires five Jays or
longer, depending upon the kind cf
>ut seed tested.
To secure a sr.rn.pla. *-\ 0 threc or
rn "'' ...^<»v s t ^^...uis of clover or
grass seed or ten or twelve table
spoonfuls of larger seeds The sam
p'e must represent accurately the
bulk from which it is ta: n. To ob
tain a representative samp 1 », ha:vi»-i's
of seed should he taken at random
from the too, middle and bottom of
the sack and, after thoroughly mixing
these handfuls, take the samples for
testing.
Send the sampler to the Seed La
boratcry. Experiment St.-.rion, Louis
iana Sc.Te University, Baton Rouge. ;
No charge is made for tU' testa.
IVATCH FOR THU 1
SV/ 2 ET P 0 T ..0 BORER
sed acreage
uisiana this
dar gor that
or borer, will
larg- - area
eupied. This
oes and ren
Because ? ( the me.»
of sweet p-uatces in >
! ear, there is a Serie .1
the sweet potato weevil,
become distributed aw
than it has heretof re
insect feeds in the poL
dors them unfit for human consump
tion. The adult weevil is an odd
shaped, meuJr ^ Siiii
beetle, ateu* one fourth inch ion»;,
with conspicuous beak and h gs. In
color it is partly me*, liic blue and ;
partly bright red. Tl footless lar*
va, or grub, is white, v iih pale brown
o#urt, and is about one-fifth inch lone,.
The Federal Bureau >jf ErtoracloKy
is -making a apecini » fort to prevent
the insect's spread and to eradicate it
from sections where it is already
present. Thçs. U. Jor.-s, ».ntomologi
>al assistant, wjio i ; stet puied at im
Experimc-nt Slatic:», i.en r'.-.sa SI si*»»
University, urjges -,r potai.of.s ecu
taining the w»-»evi! be not shipped in
to districts whep. the yesl is not
present, Jnfestc-o votatdes found a*
iigging t::ne should be destroyed by
burning o; boiling, if boiled they :
may be fed to stock. They should not
he left in the field or placed iu stor
t£<- with sound potatoes.
REMEDY FOR PLANT
LICE ON GREENS
Tqrnips, mustard and radishes
grown in LouieL.is »luh'ag the tall
months arc often t ivky in.n.cd by
% small, light gr -i, soi - h ».li . tl,
çucking ins ct- in aphid, oi plan'
louse—that is found principaiiy o
the underside cf the 1- av-js.
* These r pl.ici - may be k- j» un'!» —
control' by "'»p. aying vt.sh a mix; u
of one teaspooi i'ul of nicotirjr
phate and ar. irich cube of laund-y
soap in a gaih>n cf water, »he s< ip
being first die olved ia r j»» > : cf
:he water. 4' spray pump Ur. t v* ; i
force the liquid oui of the noix.e ? - a
Ine spray ot lffft must h - u
rhe aphids' must be v. -t -, ;
iprpy in otd- i' fo !:'li them. T
r ,le should be a a" ;■ h <: to Ur
rod as Jo form a air aivd» :
point, '^Vilh ,l|!» d vice the
'-.aij 1 '|)e bet'tf !" rp.'ii-od to : he
surface of flj? 1er 1'-; r.
it.
* n d f 3 ^
PiaUfS.
To faciliinfe
,) reach '-;»e
-.mootli lea
:nöiogy, L: .
r»n'a Stal
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n ùiil.s or :
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t. It
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pjn-: rt "
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Dis:
plrniitîg o£ a i..
er»J 51 ti anted ?»
fccfu listributed
Ex'ensiou Lit. .
Buie UuiveifeLj.
14-DAY DIPPING MEANS
PROMPT ERADICATION
j
THE STATE CAN BE MADE EN
TIRELY TICK-FREF. IN ONE
SEASON.
! EVERYONE MUST C 0 -GPERATE
Louisiana I« the Only State Using
the Twenty-one Day Dipping
Periods.
Seme of the questions most fre
quently asked cn-te 1; eradic* r »r»
nsw*-red below by ! > r W. if. '>
!»le, of the Depaitment of Vo
Science, Le.» Liana State In.
Why Is it n'cs-reary d'p c • ' 1
every 14 day' d-^ing 4 :-.e ceas- r *
get rid of the ticks?
Ans"'er. During the rar:.)
of the year, tue äv.inir»
id by Ù 10 tick to develop,
small larval, or . "»ei ' : ck, aft'» - <
inching to cs.ttic, until tho la-ge
male tick matures and dro to the
ground. to lay her egg. Is . V»ut
days, (lut while 22 da vs may be t:ie
average, many ticks •::.»• ure ee U
than that time. C'en . ntly it
been found that the 21 dnv d • o' lg
periods do nor catch the earlier rr.
luting ticks, wl'l- L drop off and ke- 4
on making mor :icks. thereby c ! ai
ing the ftr,:-1 results. On the olor
l and, by dipping catth evf»ry 14 da»'»-,
nil of the ticks the 1. come t»tt«c'
to them in the h tc.-v-ls ar» i
because rc r.e of tl cm mature a- »
drop off before 14 <'ay?.
How has this b -•»
tair od?
Answer t, . <
t ,1°SC- e . : e 1
< r »dicatio;. ' 1 . * •
the season, und' - ! .■• :
] — ......... * uiUD„; r <•
cr berds, still remalr.tr g tJ --
While with 14-day dipping tb '•'» n>
be none, or only vc r y few, v, ' •
on them.
Th*n the dippir y-ric 's g-r '•f
uom the time f-nuirer- far u - ■
to develop on th call
Anew or. " • • .
t'on of 'he : 4-«, • ■■■
at,.-:
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berttmio!; of t
had cp.-jT
■ .i J;-»-» ;• -
t for th
' pinq
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>d in the s'.-Midor'f
ivrry 14 r '. » v-; * jr
: a
'//hen once the stfl'-e »u tl;' fr;
.-,-•'11 there he arv anger cf r c n*c*
titio*»''
Am- : ••• - T.-e f-r! ■r;,l to-.
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y pit is "î e t
on :.■* tirk Vrs^dorn
c;ed to
to t U*G T: ?
rwpr. U
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i ,s the more *»»- - c. ...
1 lone that ' '■'»
i he hcniyhiut?
■ 5 'Tf>) antlncs, on scc-.-unt
■ ick < vor, and th.» ;•»• -^»
• •».:•;?, which is ; i.r«-!»- >v,
hr. » w '-»rhing î» - ï , r »
i u- :> mi»!-«'-. i<: ! . it : it ,
•V-rr.l
I Iog r . I 1°I4 S I
y s J » e jï i -'ereil N Breil
Also
l'coc Jei.'vs (.Traded
1. ( îodcîi-iux to. I td .
L> . mono :, i:tr.talio!),
- «_i.e s, P. U. La,
» X,}/ ICE
'»!•- . : c • ni y an* ires-pass
: » i » \ » 1 • hibitrd on the
1 I.ïttiic c.iis. A. Gat-sen
Lay il » Gassen,
Agent
NO:. E
r » v y \ »n th U. the
,»u; «tiUe- of Police Jury
» y r tit. • haft s wi 1
ver äe.uril.iy preVt» u
. irr e. mg l * approve
11 »- -jiil' r-*re veri latter
y wi 1 be !<o'l over to
ulat iver • • g
F. 'heb xa-'V'ire,
a ct »'v.
-.OTIC E
o ; her» bv ei**en
; th-n rest . : liun'ti'g fishing,
; Liai ;»!' a '' : -.u , u k'ng IS St' :c 1
: v ;tr-)h : ' : - ». - • : ».i.i"gtii Fried
» pr! r. -.-no ?. • • hit T Piailtat» it-.
' unoe: • n» 1 >' >'f ihe law
Vite i o. Bh uin Co. I til
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•v -, -»-. i*. hereby g ; r- »
c;>, *,1 spassingan»' rr.oss
»hoateti oil 1 he !ol—
• T •»I V
. v'lty of I.f'U'Sl ino Delta
1 . 0 » II; OI o [ «•■per«}' o!
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W, »' y.s> rc
*;y v-o3 art •nougU of fhlsF
''*> t - »„-«.at bvaefit in beahk *nd
f„i »--;;'5 that aiways is «njoyed by
i re,•■.'4*' sawt-s of good oatmeal i» '
\r v the world over. Every year j
U ■ r rr luoro and more eaters of i
P i-.' -v .'.eotdi Oat*, which is recof- i
s.Ui i in this connCry and in Euiapo
us the one jisrieet oatmeal. Quaker»
_■ »tch Oats packed in tins keep»
fcfsh ,vnd sweet in any cl im a t e Mm
auy icugMunftimm
in- r»* -tve Aff.iirs »»'ill
, • i ,! <-.♦ Fqntd za:ion and to
. r . ,-- ;he at.str.-ct and a»»sess
this Parish on Fin.ay July
The Lest cf the good qnei.
Ail the experitnets of the Gcrvcr»
re :ci A. fuuerts and the athletic
» r cf V'i'.e Unive- wty prove
xU-v eel era are toe strongest
,.-} hank ..-it. Quaker-Scotch Oats
nc.i at the head of the litt of ctreaf
,.-L. ' ,-i not caly the L st Fa ci,
. r :i - ca?rpe&t food on earth.
;ke 1 in ün« ». wiü keep sweet and
xd* a. y whore indefinitely.
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V , 4 . ,„ r .| h K*or î-hotoH and 'îe* L
. tZ vase stABCH ~«i «p« rt f
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,-AT. i . T. RU'U FCRTUNÏ9
v .,„ v» » j ;, ,.» » .Ii't:» i* Il how. wluif to Fil'tnt r
J», i fmvr y, Write tOdftJT.
picri LA«*?SR3f
B33 Sevccth t'f, ••ïr.Uij«.'»"* r -
NoTICE
Public Notice is hereby given
thaï hunting, trespassing and moss
picking is prohibited on the follow
ing property
I he property of Nick Laque
t etter know n as Fied Lmiingier,
on Magnolia Ridge
W. Iv. Laque
iNOTÎCK
HUNTING and TRaI'I'IX'D f
-"" Hv piohibiitd on iiie lands o
this Compati y, Trespassers will |.»,
prosecuitd to (he full extent of n e
aw
Louisiana MeaboWs Ceirnpany
NOTICE
Lit'-lic notice is hereby given
that t;e.,pa »mg. hunting, („Hing
tr- i)p.ng a..d n.oss picking ls> s t nc '
' V d on property , t
hs...,e i.J. Sei e, Under pen.^
the l^w
R • -T. 'jelltis
notice
N »ot:ce is hereby given th
1 1 mu'. ing and Ticspassiug j s , ,
U' ely prohibiten under penalty of
tut iaw on tlie properties ut Mr &
Mrr. Jos Lafaille.
AV)
Trespassing, iiu ng - »d t r; ,p
;>ii g a»e b- , "by pul ibit ! lin a j
properties »»wit- ; re vll .
W m . ,.. n
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NOTICE
Tiespass'ng, hunting and wood
cutting on my premises is strictly
p»i'hibite<]. Any violations will be
pt'iKslieil hccoi »I iug to law
Mis VV, H. *] iuiiey
NOTK E
Hunting, libtin.g, trapping an |
t esp.iSM.ig jrc smcily pioiiibited
ou the piopetucb oi lue estait: ol
U. L. Voui.^,
L.^, H.L.Y»j,ungç
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j T.. î .bai. lût.! ah, il C., «.tod r • v
1 îiyei ami kidtny:'. d'3. not wer* righ*. *.
I but 2 o»»r l-Cvt le» of Elsotrid KHiar» i
I v j made zoe »tel îlkô l n&w man ' |
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