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We take pleasure in announcing that
we are now prepared to do cutting, fit
ting, altering, and any kind of dress
making and sewing, and in due time will
have on display-an up-to-date line of mil
linery goods. We propose to make our
store headquarters for style, price and
durability, and ask for your business be
cause we know we will be able to meet
WE HAVE NUMEROUS BARGAINS TO OFFER OUR CUSTO
MERS IN CLOSING OUT OUR WINTER STOCK OF GOODS I
Come and See and Share Our Courtesies
J. W. DunGan Go., LLd.
TELEPHONE NO. 4
Et ' rolftar Sbrontle
SATURDAY, JAN. 4, 1913.
The police jury will meet in
regular session Jan. 6.
Miss Nettie Price left Thurs
day for Alexandria to visit rela
L. S. U. boys of Colfax,
whoe home for the holidays,
returned to Baton Rouge Thurs
Mr. P. S. Smith came down
from Winnfield last Sunday, re
maining until Tuesday attending
Misses Jim and Maude LaCroix,
of Simms, have been guests this
week at the home of Mr. E. S.
Murrell and family.
Miss Thomas, the milliner, is
now installed at the store of J.
W.,Duncan Co., having entered
upon her duties with the new
Misses Lorena and Josephine
Burt, of Henry, La., who have
been visiting their cousin, Mrs.
D. M. McKnight, returned home
Mrs. Allen, who has had charge
of the Texas hotel for some time
has moved into the old Nash store
temporarily, until she can find
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCoy, af
ter spending Christmas week as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Goodwyn, left last Monday morn
ing' for Shreveport.
The new teachers for the Col
fax high school, Mr. Lee and
Miss Sheldon are expected to ar
rive to-day. They have just
graduated at the Natchitoches
Mrs. A. C. Gray, who has had
charge of the Brinker hotel for
the past year, we learn has rent
ed the Texas hotel on Railroad
Avenue for 1913, and will run it
for this year.
Mr. J. L. Morintini, who has
been keeping books for Tummi
nello Bros. for the past two years
has resigned his position with
them and accepted a position with
Mr. Guiott, at Derry. He left
on last Sunday for his new place.
Mrs. Morinfini will remrin in Col
fax, and Mr. Morantini will visit
her once a week until spring,
when Mr. Guiott will build a
house for them at Derry.
Rev. J. A. Alford, the M. E.
pastor at Selma, was returned to
that work for 1913. This is his
fourth year at that place, and we
understand he is a great favorite
among the people. In fact, his
repeated return to the charge
gives evidence of the satisfaction
of his work to the conference
and to his congregation.
Dr. B. A. Soileau, the dentis;,
who has been away for about two
months, on rccount of an attrack
of typhoid fever, being nursed
at the home of his parents at
Ville Platte, La., returned to
Colfax last Monday, entirely re
cuperated in health, and has re
sumed the practice of his profes
Mr. Jac Bloch and wife and
child will leave to-morrow for
Washington, La., to visit rela
tives. Mr. Bloch will return
Tuesday, and his wife and child.
will remain for a visit of a week.
Mrs, Ava Duncan, of Welch
ton, came up to Colfax last Sun
day to visit relatives. She re
turned home Monday afternoon,
accompanied by her sister, Miss
Mr. G. F Thomas, the insur
ance man, with his mother and
sister, this week moved into the
residence lately vacated by Mr.
J. Q. Long and family.
a(ýmbrkima's Cosgh Remedy..
This remedy has no superior for
coughs and colds. It is pleas at to
take. It contains no opium or other
narcotic. It always cures. For sale
by all dealers.-d..
Taxes Come in With a Rush.
Sheriff Perkins, on Jan. 3 made
his biggest days deposit for this
season's taxes collected, $40,791.
99. In this amount was the
check of the Grant Timber Manf.
Co. for $25,805.70, and the check
of the Gould and Big Creek Co.
for $10,915.96. Only $59 of the
entire amount was in cash, which
goes to show the remarkably
large amount of business that is
done now days by means of
checks and money orders.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Horn, of
Shreveport, came down last Sat
urday from Winnfield, where
they had been visiting Mr. S. C.
Curry and other old time friends.
They spent the afternoon and
evening calling on old friends in
Colfax, and returned to Shreve
port early next morning.
Mr. R R. Jeter and family, on
account of sickness and some
other delay, did not get off to
Florida this week as intended,
but expect to leave next Thurs
day. They have many friends
in Colfax who will regret to see
The south needs more livestock,
but she does not need them bad
ly enough to feed them on bought
hay. Therefore, the growing of
forage from legume cropl and
grasses becomes of great impor
tance. - Thy Progressive Farmer.
Mr. J. H. 1dcNee'yhas just re
ceived a fine two-year old jack,
for which he paid $600. He of
fers for sale his four year old
jack in an ad~vertisement in this
issue of the C'hronicle, also a cou
ple of fine reed polled bulls.
$100 R-ward, I100.
Th1 reader of tbu m -rer w:;l be pleaed to e
Vat there ts at Iea.jt m " dreaded 8mar titA oo
bas hbe able to rue a an I ts Rases aW a et It
Catarrh. Hall' (t.rr. Corne I the nly ps e
eNre now known to the ,edica tnter!lty. cattie
ta treatmteo. Hs't so.Cotajeb i oethI
teray , act.ng dtrer y .. pn the blood nd I m.t
drtaem of the ste theb 44 0. tAe g th.
fomdatlo of the d't ad glb the utter)
-tren-th by balding up t 're emi " s,, a snw.
Out ,aterure doted ..4 orb. The pplmatp, aa,,.
MeHedd Dona. I fat a^Y aYr It 6 t)
Addeo. F. J. CU) DEY 4 c.Tfi+O,
.14d by an r No sta. Tte.
Thea Im's Yaw s e :am U E.
The "As You Like It Club"
was delightfully entertained
Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Tie
Duncan at the home. of her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dun
can. Although the weather was
inclement outside, cheerfulness
and hospitality reigned within.
The guests were blindfolded and
made to guess different articles
passed, first, by touch, second,
by taste, and third, by smell.
Mrs. Howard McNeely being the
fortunate winner was presented
with a beautiful pair of silk hose.
Next a waiter with twelve arti
cles was brought in, each guest
had to write what they remem
bered seeing, being allowed only
a few seconds observation. Mrs.
Lurry was the lacky one in this
and ;eceived a pretty picture.
Mrs. Gibbons delighted the guests
with several beautiful selections
on the piano and Mrs. Lurry with
a vocal solo. Delicious refresh
ments were served consisting of
a salad course, chocolate with
whipped cream and.cake. Each
gt-e3t was presented with a sou
venir of the afternoon, these be
ing hand painted cards. Mrs.
Duncan was assisted in receiving
and serving by her mother, Mrs.
J. W. Duncan. Those preseni
were: Mrs. Woodall, Mrs. E. B
Blackwood, Mrs. Howard Mc
Neely, Mrs. Earl Roberts, 'Mrs.
D. M. McKnight, Mrs. Sullivan.
Mrs. Tooraen, Mrs. Lurry, Mrs.
Gibbons and Mrs. Wm. LaCroix.
Mrs. Gibbons will entertain,
Thursday, Jan. 16.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tally have
moved into the residence lately
occupied by Rev. Bruce Benton
Pay your subscription.
Take the "direct road" to health and
strength by using Foley Kidney Pilir
for backache, rheumatism, weak, sore
kidneys and bladder irregularities.
erch ingredient is chosen for its posi.
tive healing and and curative qualities.
Foley Kidney Pills ere the best medi
cine you can buy for kidney and blad
der troubles. Mrsa" M. Findley, L3 -
ana, Ga., says: 'I took Foley Kidne:
Pills and they entirely cured me." J
W. Duncan Co., Ltd.-Adv.
SALESMEN WANTED to look afte.
our interest in Grant and adjet per
ishes. Salary or commission.
The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, 0.
Netiee to Hunters.
Hunters will take notice that m
plantations are posted and that shoo
ing in my inclosures is forbidden.
J. H. McNEELY.
Wanted to Trade.
40 acres of good farm land for a goo(
work horse and buggy or light wagon
Horse must be all-'round work amsn
and not weigh less than 1000 pounds.
C. H. JONES,
ja,-tt Morris, La.
One pair of Registered Tamworth
Hogs, male and female, year old last
Augt, sow will farrow in spring.
First check for $60 gets the pair.
Address H. B. DRUWUrIT
Jack alnd Red Pelled Bulls for Sale.
One four year old Tennessee bred.
home raised Jack, well trained, an
)wo registered Red Polled Bulls will is
sold at reasonable figures.
Apyly to , J. H. McNEELY
Hems sad Male her Se.
ee at WM.=. m --.i , -.
W. R. Fox, 196 W. Washington St.,
Noblesville, Inad., sys: "After suffer
ing many months with kidney trouble,
after trying other remedies and pre
scriptions. I purchased a box of Foley
Kidney Pills which not only did me
more good than any other remedies I
ever used, but have positively set my
kidneys right. Other members of my
family nave used them with similar rt
sults." Take at the first sign of kid
ney trouble. J. W. Duncan Co., Ltd.
Notice to Hog Ower.
All hogs running at large in ware
one, within one mile of the river front,
will be taken up and disposed of accord
ing to law.
D. M. McKNIGHT,
Constable of Ward One.
Little Things for the
Our stock is just full of 'em--ittle
tooth-byhes, combs, sponges, and
countless other articles you know are
betoowehave a rare assortmet of
Thev bie ga wawbt- ad Mr eme - I
cnlu ias bl. Tomcam per cka g
Samuels' Cistern Co.
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NEW ORLEANS, LA.
of Sea HndBasd Caterm, GaElasd Iroe. Perfect Order
rrTe top (black) B &Wde the price, and te bottom (light)
iguree deote. the c.ps t gallo.
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JORDAN MOTOR CO.
Opoanls Duwn Go. Store Back al DeaO' Reasaral
BICYCLE and GUN WORK a SPECIALTY
Plumbing Given Careful Attention
Every Business Man
should conduct as of h outaide a&g over the ie
lines of the Cumberland Tele phbem& s 'legra1 .
Gas"flad. Tsis g B T.Iaýg 0"
,.· .Ql~bd lbSr 4.ýP
A mean stuffy cold, with boar
wheesy breathing Is just the kind that
runs lto broechitl or palmemia. Do
not trife wiib such serious conditions
but take Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound promptly. Quick and bencficial
results are just what you can expect
from this great medicine. It soothes
and heals the inflamed air passages. It
stops the boarse racking cough. J. W.
Duanan Co., Ltd. -Ad,.
Wc are ReadU
Our store is jammed (
and packed with every- $
thing new and beautif s t
If it is new and good
we have it, and every
piece guaranteed to be
as low as the lowest. L
We offer you the larg
est and best assorted
stock of Jewelry, Fancy
Goods and Srtin
Goods in Central uisi
ana to seect from.
Jewelry Co. Ltd.
2 Stret, Opposite City Ha ll
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