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A Cottolene Home Is a Healthy Home
Food Purity is of great importance in every well-regulated home. The woman who fries or shortens her family's food with lard is doing so be cause she is unaware of the ill effects which may come of it. Lard-cooked food never has been, never can be, as health.ul as food cooked with Cottolene. The very sources of the products will teach you this. Lard is made from hcg fat, and what assurance have you that the animal is free from infection, or disease germs? On the other hand, Cottolene comes from the cotton fields of the Sunny South, and is made from the purest, refined cottonseed oil, which physi cians to-day recommend as being fully as healthful as olive oil. Cottolene is clean, pure, and makes digestible, 'nourishing food. It has been recommended by physicians generally for the building up of patients whose bodies contain tuberculosis germs. Can you imagine hog lard being recommended for such a purpose? COTTOLENE is Guaranteed Your grocer is hereby authorized to refund your money in case you are not pleased, after having given Cottulene a fair test. Never Sold in Bulk Cottolene is packed in pails with an air-tight top to ' kccp it clean, fresh and wholesome, and prevent it from catching dust and absorbing disagreeable odors, such as fish, oil, etc. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY I ... "" .' ' ... O'-. w .-- .. . . :- ' -r, :, ,._.:..,,e'-. -:;:.. .,t:. . . ...-'.-. .'.;".".' . .. 1 How He Got In Debt. "Yes, I've managed to get into debt pretty deeply," said Kayrliss. "In deed," remarked Wise. "I gave you credit for more sense than you seem to have." "H'm! The trouble was that my tailor gave me credit for more dollars than I seem to have," said Kayrlissa.-Catholic Standard and Times. Galway Man Aged 120 Years. It has been reported to the guard fans at Tuam, county Galway, Ireland, that a man named Hasty, whose age ls alleged to be 120 years, is living at Gallow in a cabin which has be come unsafe and an effort is to be made to induce the hermit to go into the workhouse. JEFFERSON THEATRE ONE MERRY NIGHT Tuesday. Oct. 26. The Eccentric Comedian MR. ROBERT DALTON In the Farcicial Comedy S"When His Wife's Away" By C. T. VINCENT CO., Author "THE MAN FROM MEXICO" Mr. Dalton last seen here as Frank Fuller in Mrs. Temples Telegram. PRICES: Parq.t - $1.00 Dress Circle . - 75 Balcomy - - 50 o* 0, ý* *. Oo V. Lo-o o FOR WHATEVER YOU NEED IN THE LUMBER LINE SEE US. We are prepared to fill your orders to your satisfaction. Now is a good time to build and we would be glad to furnish you estimates. And don't think of Buying Lumber, Sash, Doors. Blinds and Other Building Material until you get our prices, for REMEMBER )w "It Will Pay You to Let Us Figure With You." SVordenbaumen Lumber Company, Limited. N p V, L s , The Meanest Trick. "It's strange, strange, strange, that I can't find a thing or keep a thing in this house," said Mr. Podmore the other day. "It's all because of your loose, slack, unsystematic way of keeping house, Mrs. Podmore!" "What is it now, dear?" "Don't dear me, but help me to find my hat. I hung it on the hall rack when I came in!" "Why, Henry-" "Don't stand there staring at me in that idiotic way, but help me to find that hat. I suppose I must wear my straw hat, and its raining like fury!" "Henry Podmore, will you listen-" "No, I'll not. When a man lays down his hat and can't find it-" "Henry, that hat is on your head." "What! Who put it there? This is some trick. I'd take my oath before any court in the land." "Nonsense!" "It's not nonsense! It's as true as that I live and stand before you, a tor mented, worried, harassed man, who is ridiculed and made the victim of some mean, low trick in his own house every day You'll hear more about this when I get home!" Then he rushed out slamming the door after him.-Los Angeles Exam iner. Was Not Too Busy. Lieut Shackleton told an interesting story of politeness in the untrodden regions of the Antarctic. His party, he said, were always extremely good humored and polite, and one professor in particular attained a degree of po liteness unusual under such trying cir. cumstances. "'Are you busy, Maw son?' he called out one night to an other member of the party who was in the tent. "'I am,' said Mawson. "'Very busy?' said the professor. "'Yes, very busy.' "'If you are not too busy, Mawson, I am down a crevasse.' "The professor was found hanging down a crevasse by his four fingers, a position which he could not have oc cupied for any lenwth of time.-; For bread and pastry, try Prince flour. None other sor good. In Strange Paths. "Say, papa," said the inquisitive kid, "'what is a pathologist?" "A pathologist, my son? Why, he's a man who lays out paths in the parks and elsewhere, my boy. Now run along and don't bother papa any more; he's very busy." Right Definition for "Weird." Little Frances. aged four, was be Ing put to bed for the first time, in a large and unfamiliar room. "Mother," she said, "I do not like this room. It is so weird looking." "What does 'weird' mean, dear?" asked her mother. "Why," she replied, "weird is long and dark and no-father-and motherish looking."-The Delineator. Flapping Wings the Best. Experiments by the Aeronautical So ciety of Great Britain showed that a horizontal thrust of from 20 to 27 pounds per horsepower can be ob tained with flapping wings, about six pounds more than with the best air ship propeller yet devised. ,1'31s Is palunooua aeas I llunbs sa.Tr!q aTh sis In Nauo vem p.ber i Sql u aq.. pus 'ogeJaals aql u! saiqeq S9 o&a,. aagql d.al Isu1 ago no Inq.. 'aoull uua;o us ;o plroMas aq. plus ,;' Slsnbs £usum poaoql.o. aesq i,, "silenbg Try This in November. Thousands upon thousands of fam ilies who have not been reguilr eaten of Quaker Scotch Oats will begin on thefirst day of November and eat Quaker Scotch Oats once or twie. every day for thirty days of this month; the result in good health and more strength and vigor will mean that every other month in the year will find them doing the same thing. Try it! Serve Quaker Scotch Oats plentifully and frequently for the thirty days of November and leave off a cor responding amount of meat and greasy foods. You'll get more health, more vigor and strength than you ever got in thirty days of any other kind of eating. While you are trying this see that the children get a full share. The best food for them. Quaker Scotch Oats is also packed in hermet ically sealed tins for hot climates; keeps indefinitely. 7 PRODDED BY MUSIC HOW MAJ. KENNON GOT WORK OUT OF THE FILIPINOS. Band Airs Gave Impetus to Laborers' Zeal in Building the Famous Benguet Road Through Luzon Mountains. Maj. L. W. V. Kennon, now com manding a battalion of the Tenth In fantry at Fort Benjamin Harrison, in building the famous Benguet road through the mountains of northern Luzon, Philippine islands, accomplish ed a feat called humanly impossible. It took ntusic, muoney and a mongrel army of 4,010 itmen to do it, but hi n guet road stands to-day one of the re markalble highways of the world. Maj. Kennon's army of -I,000 road builders rested only on Sunday. For ten hours of each day they forged ahead. On Sunday they rested in their quarters, houses built on poles :nd grass. They amused themselves with dances, cards and games that ap pealed to the different nationalities. M,:tj. Klcnnon introduced music as one of the attractions along his lonely highway, lie is known for his re stiurcefulness and he does not deny that he used music to get better work out of the pleasure-loving Filipinos and other COrientals. They did not like to work, and when they did it was with slow, sl:;~.gish movement. One day Maj. +ennon decided to try music as an iumpetus to zeal. He assembled his band, made up of men of all nations, and ordered it to move quietly and secretly to a place where several hundred Filipinos were en gaged in drilling holes in the canyon walls. The band stole up behind the slow-going drillers and suddenly struck up a favorite Oriental air. In stantly the Filipinos caught the spirit of the music and began to beat their drills against the rock in rhythm. The result was more than a sur prise to the resourceful Kennon. He kept that band busy after that. It fol lowed the Filipinos along the way and played wherever they worked. From laborers worth about ten cents a day he developed them into musical ma chines that worked to drum beats. Maj. Kennon insists that his band saved the Philippine government thou sands of dollars. A bet had been made between Maj. Kennon and his foreman on one side and the members of the Philippine commission on the other side that the road would not be open by January 31, 1905. The story of the bet was borne from tongue to tongue along the road. Maj. Kennon promised each man a cigar if they won the bet. The effect was good. The army of 4,000 bent to their work, there being a man to every seven feet of the road on the last lap into Baguio. On January 29, two days before the expiration of the •;ager, Maj. Kennon rode into Baguio in a carriage. There was a great cel ebration and every man in the Ken ::n army srm:oed a good cigar na-rked "The V.envon Special," each with a label bearing the major's pie Have your prescriptions filled at the Lafayette Drug Store; only the best medicines used. Notice. I am applying for a pardon. JOSEPH (Daniel) McCOY. Demand of Administration. Succession of Victor E. Dupuis and Wife, Mrs. Celeste Magnon. No. 2711. Eighteenth Judicial District of Louisiana, Parish of Lafayette. Whereas, Charles E. Dupuis, resid ing in the parish of Lafayette, has made application to be appointed ad ministrator of the aforesaid estates; Now, therefore, all persons are Q TO THE PUBLIC WXe wishi to and;ounUe that we hiave received the 9 1argcMt. s1iifllt. ot of over wade to LLfayvette and halt we wvill be reidy to open up about the 15th (,f Octoere with the ines;t complete line of Men's, 9 - Child e:':. ' , sHOES to be sold on a 9 ;,uar,:nt(,t a (- all leathers and at ieasnahbl ie prices. VOORPIIS SHOE Co) Ov:-O .0 0 0 0 0-" : 0 :"o": ©":0o : .0-:o : 0"o :"o":"o":"o-o 0o hereby wal'ned and notified to file their oppositiion to the application in writing with the clerk of the court at his office in the town of Lafayette, ten days after the first notice hereof, otherwise the said applicant will be named and appointed as such ad ininistrator. as required by law and in accordance with law. Witness my hand this 18th day of October, 1909. F. K. HOPKINS, Deputy Clerk of District Court. Sheriff's Sale. JM. L. & T. R. R. and S. S. Co., vs. Unknown Owners. By virtue of authority vested in me. I will offer for sale and sell for cash, to the last and highest bidder at the front door of the court house at Lafayette, La., on SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 1909, the following property, to-wit: Two cars of lump coal containing seventy-three tons. L. LACOSTE, Sheriff. Lafayette, La., Oct. 16, 1909. COMING! SUNDAY, OCT, 24. .,JEFFERSON THEATRE,, ADELAIDE THURSTON -I N "Contrary ...Marvy" Her best Play. Her Greatest Success. A superb ('onomdy of To-day at i Every by EDITH ELLIS. Management Francis X. Hope. A superb cast. A t'ompleteTriump. A Beautiful Produciion. PARKERSON 8 MOUTON Established in 1897. FIRE LIFE, ACCIDENT, TORNADO, EUPLOYES' LIABILITY AND RENT INSUR kANCE. Also all kinds of Bonds. Ten Years' IExpenrencel SAVE THEM When your electric light fuses blow out, save them. 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