THE COLFAX CHIRONICLE
Absorbed the GRANT PARISH DEMOCRAT May 1, 116
A Democratic journal, devotcd to Local and 6tmral Ntews, Litrature, ,c Agriculture, 6tc.
VOL. XXXVII COLFAX, GRANT PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912 NUMBER 3
VOL XXVIICO ' ' ·
Dr. Knapp and His Work.
Montgomery, La., Oct. 26, 1912.
Editor Colfax Chronicle:
Knowing you to be a progressive man
and in full sympathy with our farmers
and all laboring men, I inclose for pub
lication the suggested program for Dr.
Knapp's Agricultural Day, and sincere
ly hope that the time is near at hand
when all will know and see the results
of his great work and sympathy for
the southern farmer. It is largely
through his influence that our southern
towns and villages have been taught to
respect the farm boy, and our young
woqsen have begun to understand that
the real man of merit is clothed usual
ly in jeans and overalls. They do not
now speak so much of his brown neck
and working attire with the giggle of a
few yearq ago, but want to know that
he has a little home and the practical
knowledge and common sense to main
tain it with his strong arm and active
brain, as well as the grit and energy
to make his home beautiful and comfort
Dr. Knapp also believed and taught
that a girl was to have a literary edu
eation, but that she should know how
to make a suit of clothes and cook a
decent meal when she left the school
reom, and also have a knowledge of
other domestic science.
Yes, Bro. Goodwyn, I am proud of
the work done in Grant perish, and that
I have been one of the weak arms help
ing this progressive movement, which
is destined to continue. We cannot
help those who think they know all
they need to know, and will not try
new andimproved methods. Dr. Knapp
and his word is to teach our boys and
girls that the farmer is the happiest
and most independent citizen of our
nation, and that he deserves all the
help sad encouragement that can be
given him, because upon his shoulders
rests the safety and security of our
B. E. ,WOODe.
Advertising is the life bf business.
Everybody is Cordially Invited to the
Big Holiday Opening
Alexandria's Most Attractive Commercial Event
An occasion that will delight men and women, boys 'and girls, and babies in all
S walks of life, is being announced all through this section. It is the
most important pre-holiday event ever scheduled
All Day SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd
Be lnning at & o'clock and lasting through the day, the Variety Store's Holiday Opening will
in reality be a "fair." The products of the best foreign and domestic factories-thousands of
toys of every description-Fire Works, Glasware Chinaware-in brief, everything that goes to
make up a complete Holiday Stock, will be on exhibition in most artistic displays.
MUSIC BY TUE BRASS BAND BRING THE CHILDREN ALONG
In keeping with the spirit that pervades the store, It will indeed be a glorious occa~ion for the young
th City of Alexandria's Band wil reader a sters-the chape will enthusiastically get their eyes
Msleal COeert betwee 3 and 5 p. I., d again be- fll--they will enjoy seeing Santa Claus' headquar
twea 7 rand 9 p. U. ters a month ahead!
A FEW WORDS REGARDING THE PRICES
Ever since last Christmas The Variety Store begun its campaign to make the holiday season of
1912 its baner event. First, it arranged to go into its prepent handsome quarters. Then, it
began buying in huge quantities direct from factoris, Mr. Jackson personally making this east
ern trip in the summer. Therefore, every preparation has been made to treat you to lower
prices than you are accustomed to-and the stock involves complete lines from 5c up. Come to
the Fmee Holiday Opening on the 23rd to confirm this-too much space would be required to
mention items and prices.
SHREWD IDEALERS WILL BUY FROM US TOO
Now is the Anal and best opportunity for dealers to come and make their purchases. They an
see exactly what they are buying-sad compare our prices with those of any other jobber. As
we have but a limited amount of stock for dealers, reerving the vast bulk for our retail cuto
mars, they will have to act quickly.
THE VARIETY STORE
SALIE JACKSON, Proprietor
814 Third Street , ALEXANDRIA, LA.
School Funads from Special Taxes.
We are under obligations to Assessor
E. S. Murrell for the following state
ment of the amount of taxes that will
be realized in the various school dis
tricts of Grant parish for 1912, which
have the special five mill tax they have
voted in their various districts in aid
of schools, as follows:
Prospect, district 3 ............... $ 198 22
Clear Creek, district 5......... 497 24
Oak Grove, district 7........... 190 35
Big Creek, district 8........... 107 28
Pollock, district 9 .................. 1,604 00
Friendship, district 10......... 447 72
Dry Prong district 11............ 789 54
Black Creek, district 12......... 682 46
Liberty Chapel, district 13..... 398 34
Fish Creek, district 14 ........ 544 29
Lincecum, district 15............ 978 70
Georgetown, district 16 ........ 2,849 23
Tison, district 17.............. 984 66
Eureka, district 20 ............... 447 94
Montgomery, district 21 ....... ' 566 75
Dunn, district 22 ................. 184 66
Hargis, district 23 ............... 770 85
Fairfield, district 26.............. 155 86
Nugent, district*28............... 435 91
Bentley, district 29............... 399 62
Sand Spur, district 30........... 221 52
Verda, district 31.................. 1,826 83
Total ................................ 15,280 47
The amounts above designated are
quite a handsome addition to the dis
tricts having the special &-mill tax,
and, with the money they receive from
the State and parish, gives them a very
comfortable fund for their schools.
Twinges of rheumatism, backache,
stiff joints, and shooting'pains all show
your kidneys are not working right.
Urinary irregularities, loss of sleep,
nervousness, weak back and sore kid
neys tell the need of a good reliable
kidney medicine. Foley Kidney Pills
are tonic, strengthening and restora
tive. They build up the kidneys and
regulate their action. They will give
you quick relief and contain no habit
forming drugs. Safe and always sure.
Try them. J. W. Duncan Co.,, Ltd. -
Aphis or "Plant Lice" on Turnips.
Am enclosing under separate cover a
bunch of turnip tops covered with in
sects. Our winter vegetables are very
much injured this season by the preva
lence of this pest. How can they be
R. J. W. K., Marthaville, La.
Insects on those turnip tops are the
common cabbage aphis, or louse, com
monly called "plant lice." Their food
being obtained by burying their long,
thread-like beaks in the foliage of the
plants and sucking the juices therefrom;
they must be combatted by an insecti
cide that, by filling up the breathing
pores, will destroy them. One-half
pound of whale oil soap, or ccmmon
laundry soap boiled in a gallon of water,
to which is added while hot two gallons
of kerosene oil, the mass to be churned
back and forth in a spring pump until
complete emulsion is obtained, after
which ten parts of water added to each
gallon of the emulsion, will constitute
an effective spray. Apply to .the fo
liage with a spray pump and the lice
will be destroyed.
These lice and their eggs 'are not kill
ed by the cold of our moderate winters,
hence they should be thoroughly spray
ed now, and all straggling plants and
other refuge should.be destroyed in or
der to prevent continuous breeding of
these pests.-Country Review.
Porto Rico's New Wonder.
From far away Porto Rico come re
ports of a wonderful new discovery
that is believed will vastly benefit the
people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce
loneta, writes "Dr. King's New Dis
covery is doing splendid work here. It
cured me about five times of terrible
coughs and colds, also my brother of a
severe cold in his chest and more than
20 others, who used it on my advice.
We hope this great medicine will yet
be sold in every drug store in Porto
Rico." For throat and lung troubles it
has no equal. A trial will convince
you of its merit. 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by Dixie Phar
Kind Words are Always Appreciated.
Among the congratulations received
by the Chronicle since entering its 87th
volume we reproduce the following:
317 Cumberland Ave.,
Asheville, N. C.,
October 81, 1912.
Dear Mr. Goodwyn:
I congratulate you on the fact teat
your paper, the Chronicle, is entering
on another volume. Its success is due
to your efforts.
I am recuperating here, and am im
proving in health. With kindest re
gards to yourself and family, I am,
Sincerely, W. C. RoBaRTs.
/ With its issue this week the Colfax
Chronicle begins the thirty-seventh year
of its existence. The Chronicle is one
of the neatest and best country papers
on our exebange list, and it is a power
for good in Grant parish. The Enter.
rise congratulates Bro. Goodwyn on
his past success and wishes for the
Chronicle many future years of pros
perity and a continuation of its excl
lent work.-Waterproof Enterprise.
The True Gtlekm
The true gentleman is the man whose
conduct proceeds from good will and a
acute sense of propriety, and whose
self-control is equal to all emergencies;
who does not make the poor man con
scious of his poverty, the obscure man
of his obscurity, or any man of his in
feriority or deformity) who is himsell
humbled if necessity compels him
humble another; who does not flta >
wealth, cringe before power, or boast F
of his own possessions or achievements; )
who speaks with frankness, but alwayf
with sincerity and sympathy, and whose
deeds follow his words; who thinks of
the rights and feelings of others rather
than of his own; who appears well it
any company, and who is at home wher
he seems to be abroad-a man with
whom honor is sacred and viMte safe.
Trickfaw, La., Mrs. J. . Oliver,
writes: I am glad to recommend Foley
Kidney Pills. For eighteen months l
suffered with kidney trouble, but I got
relief in three days after I started tak
ing Foley Kidney Pills. I recommend
them because I know from experienc
they are fine." J. W. Duncan Co.,
The "bargain counter" contains bar
gains. J. W. Duncan Co., Ltd.
SINGLETREE FOR AN ORCHARD
One Described and IMlustrated That
Has Been Used to Advantage In
New York tats
In response to a query egarding
singletree for use n cultivating yobg
trees, I will deavcr to desrib one
I have sean used to good advastage
In this seetam. writes Mern Haight
in the Bural New Yorker. The whif
etree is Sat instead t rounded mad
each end Is rounded trsn, the hack
edge. A heavy strap, usually a plies
of traes, is then blted, or aselyao
fastened, along the back edge and
arouand the rounded re, leaving a
end to the strap o about 18 l kes or
two feet, in which an tron rg i s n
tend, In which to book the trac. I
give a rough shc at amd, rhow.
Strap Per Orelard Slaglutru.
tag how strap Autend to whiB
trao This trap sbeua bo mado ioin
eoosgh to booak darsty oa the adle,
Sdesired, leari nethios beut aseout
Y ng Trees i Orhards.
Tonag trees pleated in an eM a
chard very seldom give satlebetlem
This in hirgely for the rman that
young trees need dileret eare from
old ones, an also beusean th yomap
trees will hardly reelve as much sa
shtn a they shood a beause of the
shade they will get ram the der
When yea were per plansa do at
mereJ sprinkle a ttl wth ltb water
tag pgt. It i better to tabe of tle
spt eae a week and giive th. ga
a thorough soeklag
Only a Fire Haer
but the crowd cberd, as, with Mburned
handsl hehekldp a as mrt bar,
"Fellows" he shated, "thisBehkle's
AraJes Salve I MldM, he evrything
beat f born." UIt also fok r bls,
S wints at IDm. Pharmacy -Adi.
RESOLVED! OUR. CANNED GOODS
HAVE COME DOW-WE ERE CARRY~ I
;A BIG STOCK- WE CAN KEEP OUR STOCK
FRESH E PJNG ]T MOVING. VE CAN.
\WHAT You CAN EAT. You CAN
G EATWHAT WE CAN.
THE PRICES oN OUR GROCERIES TUMBLE--
RIGHT IN THE BEGINNING WHEJ WE MARK OUR
GooDS---bUT THE QUALITY NEVER, fALLS.
WE DON'T bELIEVE IN PALMING orr SECOND
GRADE GRQCERIES oNTo oUR CUSToMERS,. AND
TRYING To MAKE THEM BELIEVE THEY ARE
FIRST GRADE. oN ALL or OUR GROCERIES WE
KEEP THE QUALITY VP. WE KEEP THE PRICES
DOWN. LET US SUPPLY YOU WITH THE THINGS'
YoU USE roR YoUR TABLE.
Peoples' Cash Store, Ltd.
Victor-Victrola for Christmas
Will therebe a Vie
trola in yoear home
for this Christmas?
Nothing more suitable could be
had to make a home hapaw
Prices ratge frout
$15.00 to $200.00
J. H. EBIBERT
1oo7 SECOND StREET
P. O. Box ,.
OALEXAN DRIA, : LA. vtor-istroa wU, p40
MARLIN, Tex .
The Carisbad of Teias
Where the Hot Mineral Watrs are curbig more Pope thm
ever before. Sure spia for Rheonatirm, airin, Stom
acb, Troube and Sti and Bldod Diseases
S Finestho.tls sad bath hbocaes i the Sth. bmad tp m * * "
railrc ads, good for ixty 4ays
FO!R IUS.MaTrD ITuAUtrTUf WRBfT
MARLIN COMMERCIAL CLUB
ii EST WruE PRomE PAs
*R RAW FUSS AS SIDES
m. WHITE ____ C____L___LEK
ivery Business Man
abould conduct all of his outside aftairs over the long dlqtanEs
lines of the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Comany.
R TET RE ASOASBLE, BERVIC EPOSPT
For infdrmti o, an Luamg DItaae Opme t
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