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Suggested Program for Knapp Agri
November 27th. or the nearest Friday
to that date.
1-State Song, or America, by school.
2- How the Bible teaches agriculture,
by an invited minister.
3- What great poets have sung about
the farm, selection by class of pupils.
A Sick Man
Writes Dr. Hart- 4
A gent lemal
writes me: 1"
was greatly In
tereated in your
Ing the Kauf
man case of
of the kidneys.
of his case ex
ny canditioc I
.om sure if Pe
S. Hartm . Mi. D. runa cured him I
is you say, It
would cure me alnla I am loe
Ing flesh rapidly and the doctors say
I have every symptom ol: Bright's
disease of the k'4dneys. I! you think
I would be benefited by peruna I will
certainly try some as the Aoctors have
pMactlcally glvfm me up, the same as
they did him."
In reply I wish to say~ first, that I
never make any pronmles as to what (
Peruna will cure. No xysician can
make positlUq statemenuts of that sort.
I can say this much, lowever, if I
were in y'ur place I shcmld ortainly
give Peruma a triaL I know of no
other remedy that would be so likely
to be of use to yo, in your present
condition a 3eruns, Take a table
spoonful befor e each meal and at bed
time. Contin ue Uth for two or three
weeks and t.hen t there is anything
you wish tr, ask me further write me
and I will give your letter prompt at
If I 'ir.d that the Peruna is not
%elpinr y ou I will be perfectly frank
and tell "you so, for I would not have
you take Peruna unless it was really
heling you. But it has rescued so
tUny oases of kidney disease that I
am quite omrrdent you will ind it ex
actly .uited, to your case.
Kidrey dirvase begins with catarrh
of the khdrays. Peruna s a catarrh
remedy. Unless the destruction of the
kidnega Is already too great Peruns
relieves the catarrh and the cause of
the kidney disease is removed.
I shall maniously await a report of
your case. 'Remember. all letters are
sacredly contdential I never use any
one's amie or address without his
writte onsLnt Mg correspondence
is ahsatea S rpivate P EIt NA Is
FOR BALN AT ALL DRUG BTOR]B.
time " " . -
4-How Dr. Knapp prepared himself
for great seryice, by a boy.
5-What Dr. Knapp taught, quota
tions by class of pupils.
6--How the Demonstration Work was
organized and conducted, by a leading
7-How Dr. Knapp's work helped
this community, this State, and the
South, by three boys.
8-How I grew my crop, by a Corn
9-What I did with my vegetables
and fruits, by three girls.
10-The best farm crops for this com
munity and why, by several pupils.
How can these crop products be dis
played today, school exhibit.
11-What can we do to express our
appreciation for Dr. Knapp's great
work? Collecting contributions, pledges.
12-Song: Bringing in the Sheaves,
When Living was Really High.
Bossier Banner: Talk about the high
price of living and railroad freight rates!
When the editor of the Banner com-,
menced "keeping house" in January,
1868, he paid twenty dollars for the first
barrel of flour he ever bought, and
three dollars to have it hauled from
Shreveport via Benton to Bellevue
thirty miles. Twenty-three dollars for
a barrel of flour! But prices were high
er than this in 1856 or 1856, when Red
river was not navigable for even the
lightest draught steamboats above the
"falls" at Alexandria, and merchandise
for Shreveport was hauled by mule and
ox teams from Alexandria and Lake
Providence on the Mississippi river. If
ourmemory is not at fault, some Shreve
porters paid as much as twenty dollars
a barrel to have flour hauled by wagon
from Lake Providence. Anyway bis
cuits were biscuits in those good old
days in Shreveport, "just as good as
mother baked, " and flour was so scarce
at one time that the Caddo Gazette
printing office could not buy, borrow or
beg enough to make paste necessary in
mailing its edition for that week, and
had td use rice as a substitute.
A Great Building Falls
when its foundation is undermined, and
if the foundation of health-good di
gestion-is attacked, quick collapse fol
lows. On the first signs of inidigestion,
Dr. King's New Life Pills should be
taken to tone the stomach and regulate
liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant,
easy, safe and only 25 cents at Dixie
A car load of gsnsmae Texas Red
Rust Proot Seed Oats will be reseived
in a few days. Leave yer order with
J. H. MeNeely.-Adv.
Political Latin on the Stump.
The funny man of the Sabine Banner
assaults two of Louisiana's well known
statesman in the'following story:
"Speaking of Latin reminds me of
an incident which happened over at
Keatchie during the lottery campaign
in this State sevearl years ago," said a
well-known attorney Tuesday.
"Amos Ponder, the former attorney
for the game commission, and Tom Bar
rett, who in last April became Lieu
tenant Governor, both graduates at
Keatchie college several years before
the incident which I speak of took place.
"Murphy J. Foster, then the anti
lottery candidate for Governor, was to
speak at a big anti-lottery rally at
Keatchie and Barrett had wired-to Pon
der, who then lived down at Many, to
meet him at the big rally.
"By reason of their just beginning
to loom up onthe political horizon they
were given seats on the stage.
"Foster spoke for about one hour
and a half and closed his peroration in
full rotund voice with "vox populi, vox
"Ponder turned to Barrett and said:
"Tom I'll bet you $5.00 that you don't
remember enough Latin to translate
"Make it ten," replied Barrett, and
The bet was made and Barrett trans
lated it as follows: "Vox populi, vox
Dei-My God, my God, why hast thou
"Without protest, Ponder paid over
a ten dollar bill, remarking half regret
fully, and half admiringly, said: '"Tom,
I really did not think you would be able
to do it,"-St. Helena Echo.
Sometimes one hears it said that
Southern farmers are lazy, but the trou
ble is that the majority of them are not
one-half as lazy as they should be.
They will insist on doing twice as much
walking as is necessary in cultivating
most of their crops. The Yankee far
mer gets astride a riding cultivator and
cultivates t*o sides of his cbrn row at
once, and then thinks the Southern far
mer lazy, altho the Southerner takes
just twice as many steps and twice as
much of his own time, and twice as
much of the mule's time as would be
necessary if the work was done with
improved machinery. Isn't it a case of
lazy brains, rather than lazy bodies?
The Progressive Farmer.
Huntsville, Ala., W. M. Marlow, a
well known resident, says: "I have
used Foley's Honey andTar Compound,
and fnd if t le better resaft that 8a7
cough med-cines I have ever agd." J.
W. Duncan Co., Ltd.-Adv. -
Are Your Kidneys Well?
Many Colfax People Know the Imper-.
tance of Healthy Kidneys. g
The kidneys filter the blood. st
They work night and day. cc
Well kidneys remove impurities. ot
Sick kidneys allow impurities to mul- la
No kidney ill should be neglected. c
There is grave danger in delay. J.
If you have backache or urinary trou
If you are nervous, dizzy or worn out, la
Begin treating your kidneys at once;
Use a proven kidney remedy.
None endorsed like Doan's Kidney ai
Recommended by thousands.
Proved by grateful testimony.
E. B. Norman, real estate dealer,
1302 Park Ave., Alexandria, La., says:
"Doan's Kidney Pills have been used
in my family with fine results. I do
not hesitate to recommend this remedy.' j
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ets. A
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the UnitedStates.
Remember the name-Doan's-ard Id
take no other. -Adv. 1
When the Lord comes to make up S
his jewels he will find some of the
brightedt in dark places.
Many a man is at the foot of the a
ladder because he never learned how
to rub the fur the right way.
What would some men do if they F
did not have wives to blame for their a
own blunders and stupidity?
The man who is not willing to live
in a hole in the ground will have to
keep climbing as long as be lives.
The nearer men get to God the eas
ier they will And it to get along with
each other.-Indianapolis News.
It means spring.
It's radiantly rosy,
It is clothed with bloom.
And such deeply rosy blossoms!
Not a bit of foliage is to be seen.
The purplegray bark adds to the ef
The papllonaceus corolla of the
flower proclaims it to be of the sna
This cercis canadensis has also been
called the Judas tree. Even if Judas
did hang himself from the branch of
such a tree, it is not right to name
every one after him.
Don't waste your money blying
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Damp
en a piece of flannel with it and bind it
over the affected partd and it will re
lieve the pain and soreness. For sale
by all dealers. -Adv.
ITAFAL FREL/t i AVA C/R
hbAku.disarb ,cmaerf m /ir
rer tw rape baing of
URNS sUI Uses
t ULCERS OLD SORES
b npromptapplcaem e
vnts lockjaw and blood.
$ Ocvrsv ArvADR Que**T
It is Time to Plan
Sthat Christmas Tip
Will have in efct th. usual
5elliag to I.Itwrwste P fts
Sdec. 21, 22 and 23
It will .Me 6.
Ae T.d . eub Ada iss
"febH t& Whelb Sh,.
To way that PFoley's Iley sad
Compound is best for eMidsea and I
grown persons and contains no opiates
tells only part of the tale. The whole 1
story is that it is the best medicine for
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis and
other affections of the throat, chest
lungs. Stops la grippe, coughs and has
a healing and soothing effect. Remem
ber the name, Foleys Honey and, Tar
Compound, and accept no bubstitutes.
J. W. Duncan Co., Ltd.-Adv.
For genuine Texas Red Rust Proof
Seed Oats, see J. H. McNeely. A car
load now en route.-Adv.
Be sure to visit the bargain counter
at J. W. Duncan Co., Ltd.
I am applying for a pardon.
Colfax, La., Oct. 30, 1912.
d For Sale.
One first-class parlor organ, new and
th good condition. Will sell for $50.
. Address W. T. HUDSON,
o26-3t* Montgomery, La.
6 Notice of Filing of Provisieaal Accont.
13th Judicial District Court, Parish of
Grant, State of Louisiana.
) Succession of Hoomer M. Brock, dec'd.
s No. 2806.
Notice is hereby given to the credit
ors of this estate, and to all other per
s sons herein interested, to show cause
v within ten days from the present noti
fication, if any they have or can; why
the provisional account presented by
Elijah L. Brock, administrator of the
above estate, should not be approved
r and homologated and the funds distrib
uted in accordance therewith.
By order of the court.
e Colfax, La., October 31, 1912.
C. D. IACROIX,
Deputy Clerk of Court.
If you should die toaday acid lay. a
wife behind, would you leave her the
iatres of having to worrmy Eaoaeyut
start a bank ooout nRow.r ur
regularly andyou will woo.
rowth. In the event of YO
have your wife cafe fraom the atose of
SAFETY DBPOSIT BOXBS FOR R ' ,
BANK O COOLF
NEW IR IIRSM A.
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Tiarant ae ';!ot, hi. beak
Ohio u atrs i ged Ital a sad
it freer a wrek, but . T. Aftea,'
leigh, N. C., ece oirevnted awreal
with; BEkctr Bttts.' "I was in
terrible plight when I began to
them," he writes, "my atoenIah, bea¶
back nad kidneys were all badly afew
ed and my liver was in bed cdt
but four bottles of Electric Bi
made me feel like a new man."
trial will convince you of their
les merit for ay stomahb, Uliver
kidney trouble. Prie 50 cents at
Alfalfa seed at J. W. DuneaCo., a
Note et Finu PMre
U. S. Land Oflce, Lao.S , a
ROOF UNDB LAW vUKR sel NMU-Y
Notice is hereby that J Ws J
Roberts, of vhs,1 liaa , o
Oct 21, 190, mde Homwtmae
NoNa 014, for Nt of NW, _lMW
a NEj of SWI sea. 8Q town.9 .
1 west, Louialan M'idlim, his
notice of intti to make ve
proof, to establish claim to the
above described, before Clat Crk
at Colfax, La., on the &d day do, .
Claimant names as witness: J. G.
Linesaum, W. S Zsiglera nd New-m
Zeglrof Selma. I, ., and W. F. Corebi
of "t F. NUTTALL,. '
Tax Rolls Fle P With SialL.
Notice is hereby gamen that the a
rolls of Grant perish are now i
hands, and I am ready for the
qf the taxes for 191. Property owna
will take due notice uad govern tbC
Sherift and Tax Collector Grantr