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Mammoth Assortment of Women's Coats. Largest and Most Complete Line in This Section
LONG COATS At $18.50 and $16.50 At $17.50 JOHNNY COATS
Exceptional values in greys, browns, Attractive Coats in two toned colors Silk Plush Coats, full length, made in The season's most popular style;
and blacks. Large collar; button in browns, blues, tan and black the most becoming style, yarn dyed, three-fourths length, in mixtures
Satin lined, in black, tan, rose and and plain colors. Six styles,
trimmed; swagger style. and white King's blue three prices
ONLY $8.75 Coats that you will admire WORTH $22.50 $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00
Tailored suits for needs of every woman V1sit Our Mllineru Parlors
Tailored $15.00 Taiored 19 t 50 Mionday and see the beautiful new models
of good quality Serge and Mannish blue and black A most attractive collection of Hats is
wool mixtures. A suit that Serges, Skinners Satin lin- m
wool mixtures. Au. ed, strictly tailored. Won- exhibited in the Millinery section. Need
is an extra value. derful suit for the price. N owT. 25 less to dwell on the merits of the Simon
Ta rd .50 We show Millinery---we simply want to call your
Suits We show attention that a splendid collection of
We lay special stress on our line of suits at this price. complete lines of New Hats is being shown.
An extraordinary large variety of models to select
from in wide Wale diagonals, Serges, Whip Cords and H olidO sajg y HATS SPECIALLY PRICED AT
mixtures, plain tailored or Norfolk styles. $oi.a $y $3.5. $7.50 . 85 $10 $ 12" $15
Tallored $29.50 GOODS
Suits29 GOODS Complete line Ostrich & Willow Plumes
You may choose from an exceptionally large assort- Birds of Paradise and Fancy Feathers
ment of styles at this price. The line embraces every Largest line in town ds of Paadise and Fan
popular effect in style, material or trimming rought A great variety to choose from. Come and see t'iem.
out this season. . All exceptional values for price. INTERESTING PRICES
Hair Goods When you come to Alexandria don't Just Received by express
Complete lines of SWITCHES -in all shades at fail to visit Simon Bros. Depmt. Store
$3.50, $5.00, $6.50 and $10.00 _ a new line of
Complete lines of PUFFS in all shades at Silk
$2.50, $3.50, $4.00 and $6.00
SHOWN IN MILLINERY SECTION Charmeuse Dresses
A discount of 20 per cent on all Hair Goods
Complete showing in all the new ideas,
s} priced attractive. Come and see them 1111-13 Second St.. Alexandria, La. LCOME AND SEE THEM
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SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1912.
Mr. Geo. N. Givens has resigned as
manger of Capt. Teal's Acme farm
t) take effect January 1.
Mr. J. F. Neas, of Missouri, former
ly a mildent of Colfax, spent several
ams hers on last Sunday.
At Amt rchants of Colfax have got
Li-xbIuf ter and holiday goods, and
appea to 4epect a good trade.
Mr. Ed Wallace was successfully
operated on for appendicitis last Sun
day in Shreveport, and is getting along
Mr. S.$. ~LaCroix returned last Wed
esday from New Orleans, where he
had been to consult his physician and
receive additional treatment for the
cancer trouble he had removed from his
face a few weeks ago.
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain's
Liniment is cheaper and better. Damp
en a piece of flannel with it and bind it
over the affected parts and it will re
lieve the pain and soreness. For sale
by all dealers.-Adv.
The one thing constant
ly in our minds is theW
grt business of the fu- 11
ture. To build that busi
nems we are using every
efort to satisfy every per
Sam who comes into this
THE SPECIALTY STORE
Interdenominational Home Mission
The Home Mission Society of the
Colfax M. E. church has held a meet
ing each day during the past week, in
answer to the call made to every Pro
testant church in the United States to
observe November 17-24 as "Home
Mission Week." An Interdenomina
tional Home Mission Rally will be held
Sunday night, Nov. 24, when all of the
churches are requested to unite in the
general subject for discussion, "Unity
in Making Our Country God's Coun
try." The rally cannot be a complete
success if you are not present at the
M. E. church Sunday night at 7:30
A Game Supper
will be served by the Methodist ladies
on Friday night, November 29th, from
6 to 10 o'clock, in a vacant store on the
corner opposite the court house.
Everybody invited to come hungry
and satisfy your appetite with quail,
duck, squirrel, o'possum and every
thing good the forest affords.
Is your husband cross? An irritable,
fault finding disposition is often due to
a disordered stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearly always good
natured. A great many have been per
manently cured of stomach trouble by
taking Chamberlain's Tablets. For
sale by all dealers.-Adv.
Mr. J. A. Williams returned from
Natchitoches on last Monday, accom
panied by his niece, Miss Henri D.
Williams, who has been spending the
week with her sister, Mrs. T. H. Mc
Mr. J. C. Goulden, the painter, of Al
exandria, came up on last Sunday, and
has been making his headquarters pret
ty well all the week at Mr. J. H. Mc
Mr. Hugh Corry, president of the
Caddo Rapides Lbr. Co., came up on
last Tuesday, and also again on Thurs
day, looking after lumber interests he
has with the Colfax mills.
Thanksgiving and thank offering ser
vice will be held at the Methodist church
in Colfax, Thursday, November 28, at
7:15 p. m. Every body is cordially in
vited to attend.
The Baptist ladies will conduct a ba
zaar in the old J. W. Duncan store on
Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 26 and
27, for the benefit of the church.
The boy,s appetite is often the source
of amazement. If you would have
such an appetite take Chamberlain's
Tablets. They not only create " heal
thy appetite, but strengthen the stom
ach and enabie i to de its wort tr
Box Supper at Fairfield.
On Friday afternoon, November the
twenty-ninth, at three o'clock there
will be a box supper at the Fairfield
schoolhouse for the benefit of the li
brary. Do not miss it. Come prepar
ed, remembering it is a box supper.
'"The "school-ma'am" might "recite"
for you if time permits and "si vous
The Hollowe'en box supper was
drowned out by the rain, and a less de
sirable visitor. It is to be hoped that
this one, just after Thanksgiving, will
be unmolested. "Com-a buy'-a de big
cake-a for yo pretty girl-a!"
Buy your groceries, medicines, dry
goods and notions from J. R. Miller,
New Verda, La. Coffee and tea a
specialty.-Ad v. n16 2t
Huntsville, Ala., W. M. Marlow, a
well known resident, says: "I have
used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
and find it gives better results than any
cough medicines I have ever used." J.
W. Duncan Co., Ltd. -Adv.
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1 Make Her' Happy With
I 1 a Diamond Ring
Every woman longs to own a
diamond. Your fiance or wife
+ would value such a gift far more
than any other you might give
Sher. Come in and look over our +
collection. Every diamond we +
have is guaranteed absolutely to
you. Prices will surprise you. +
e can show you a very pretty
Diamond Ring for
C. A. SCHNACK
Jewelry Co. Ltd.:
2d Street, Opposite City Hal ,
W atch Inspectors
Irea Mtl ad LA A. ft &
There is something doing at J. W.
Duncan Co., Ltd.
Fourth Class Postmaster Examltatlen,
at Selma, La., Saturday,
Dec. 14, 1912.
The United States Civil Service Com
mission announces that on the date
named above an examination will be
held at Selma, La., as a result of which I
it is expected to make certification
fill a contemplated vacancy in the po
sition of fourth class postmaster of
class (a) at Rochelle and other vacan
cies as they may occur at that offce,
unless it shall be decided in the inter
eats of the service to fill the vacancy
by reinstatement. The compensation
of the postmaster at this office was
$681.00 for the last fiscal year.
Age limit, 21 years and over on the
date of the examination, with the ex
ception that in a State where women
are declared by statute to be of fall age
for all purposes at 18 years, women at
18 years of age on the date of the ex
amination will be admitted. Applicants
must reside within the territory supplied
by the post office for which the exami
nation is announced. The examination
is open to all citizens of the United
States who can comply with the require
Application forms and full informa
tion concerning the requirements of the
examination can be secured from the
postmaster at Rochelle or from the U.
S. Civil Service Commission, Washing
ton, D. C.
Applications should be properly ex
ecuted and filed with the Commission
at Washington within 7 days before
the date of the examination, otherwise
it may be impracticable to examine
U. S. CIVIL SERVICE COM.
W. C. & J. B. Roberts,
AttorneUs and GounRslors
Will practice in State and Uniated
NOTARY IN OFFICE
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Third and Beauregar' Streets Ale dria, La.
mihaer Oak S)owv anM RaiOs
and Stalnard S6wlUi MalbIole
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"T he Land of :Flowers"
Fa ct About Tarponf Springs, F1rida Country
Delighthil farm home on t be ,Gulf of iexico.'
Surf baltling, boating, fish ing s. d hunting.
Highest lands in South Fk rids on Gulf.- ' . .
Best Cita Is fruitlanCs on ico0untK; it soil sad water 0
Best ands on accour t of fer Wty and trantqortatio0.
Best poun ry lands on aec4unt of its dtrainge.
Best oppa ~anity in Florida land on, rcount of its low price
and ioral terms.
If pre - iatustmd an deas frth Urn ltuf ·rr w or »
or bs.'* sissi ful delptiem.
R. R JETER
RealI Estate. Ag s nt
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Trickfaw, La., Mrs. J. C. Oliver,
writes: 1 am glad to recommend bley
Kidney Pills. For eighteen months I
suffered with kidney troble, baut I got
relief in three days after I started tak
ing Foley Kidney Pills. I recommend
them because I know from eperienee
they are fine." J. W. Duncan Co.,
td. -Adv., . ..
The "bargain eoater" contains bar
gains. J. W. Duncan Co., Ltd.