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I Weil Bros. & Bauer
ALEXANDRIA'S BIG STORE '
Annual January White Sale de
IWhich Commences on Monday, Jan. 20 '
I Special Prices Prevail
* BE SURE and ATTEND THIS SALE
* We have made greater preparations for the sale this year; months ago our buyer took
advantage of lower prices and from reliable sources we bought the best merchandise we a
We have bought in larger quantities, too; there are larger and more varied assortments
of Muslin Underwear from which to make a selection; the quantity of Linens and Beddings
involved is larger; there are more and prettier ShirtWaists, and a larger selection in Emn
broideries, and so on throughout every stock represented in this Big White Sale.
Out-of-town Customers will be benefitted ,
by Our Free Delivery by Parcel Post
Mail Order Customers will do well to remember this
n Ta On every purchase made from Weil Bros. & Bauer's store
Th Meas That weighin eleven pounds and less and not over seventy-two
inches in length and girth combined will be delivered free of cost to purchaser.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS
Write at once for Price Sheet of Items included in i
Our White Sale
Remember this sale commences Monday, Jan. 20th, !
and continues ten days at
WEIL BI OS. & BAUER
ALEXANDRIA, : : LOUAISIANA
,e dalfxxrl ed a
SATURDAY, JAN. 18, 191. that
Send us your orders for letter heads, brot
envelopes, bill heads, etc. ed.
An enjoyable and well attended dance 14
was given at the skating rink Thurs
day night. the
C. Hyde went to Hot Springs, crm
Ark., on Wednesday to be treated for aim
BonN-To Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Ran
dolph, of Fairmont, La., on Jan. 16, T
1913, a fine girl. Ne!
Dr. E. B. Gray this week moved his sad
ofice and doctor's supplies into a suite h
of rooms over the Bank of Colfax. d
Chronic Cinstipation Cured. e
,,rve years ago I had the worst case
of ctronic constipation I ever knew of, Mr
and Chamberlain s Tablets cured me," loci
writes S. F. Fish, Brooklyn, Mich. ing
For sale by all dealers. -Adv. she
Miss Corinne Wells returned on last the
Thursday to Shreveport to resume her to
duties as a resident trained nurse.
The State School Board Association
of Parish Superintendents met in Baton
Rouge on Jan. 18, and Supt J. N.
Warner left Pollock last Sunday night foi
in order to be present ab
Capt. C. H. Teal on last Tuesday Wi
bought twenty head of fine mules for 1li
use on the Glenco plantation, the second
or third lot he has bought for the place
since he started in to renovate this
fine property fifteen months ago.
The undersigned begs to announce fic
that she has resumed business at the so
old stand on the south side of court
house square, where she will be pleased
to have her friends and patrons call on
her, assuring them they will receive the
same welcome and cordial treatment
that has been shown in the past. She a
desires to express her sincere apprecia- in
tion of the patronage given her in the 4
past and solicits a continuance of same.
MRS. LELA LONG, O
Uncle Pennywlse Says:
rm only an old fogy, but when I w
cross the ocean. rd rather see a few ii
good lilfeboats aboard than any num- fr
bed of swimming pools. g
Chamberlain's Cogh medy.
This remedy has no superior for
coughs and colds. It is pleasant to b
take. It contains no opium or other c
narcotic. It always cares. For sale
by all dsalers.-Adv.
Oliver Wallace Dies of His Injuries.
Monday night Miss Ida Wallace receiv- L
ed a telephone message from Winnfietd Rul
that her brother, Oliver K. Wallace, Tug
conductor on the work train of the Tre- tea
mont and Gulf railroad, had been bee
brought home to have his leg amputat- cit,
ed. She left for Winnfield by the 10 the
o'clock train that night. Mr. Wallace yot
was making a coupling of the cars at oe
Menefee Junction, and slipped and fell, em
the cars passing over his right leg, go,
crushing the bones from below the knee bel
almost to the hip, and he died from his Th
injuries on Tuesday. an
The McMans Mystery Solved. si
The mystery of the disappeatance of
Nelson McManus, who was supposed to T
have been murdered by Dock Harper
and Leland Walker several months ago,
has been cleared up by McManus sud- ye
denly walking into his mother's pres
ence in the town of Alexandria on the wl
13th. Young Walker, who is a son of ey
Mr. Jas. Walker, the merchant at Pol- 5
lock, at one time confessed to the kill- te
ing of McManus, and Dock Harper was
shot by a brother of McManus under
the allegation that he was attempting "
to escape. _ _
The proceedings of the school it
board and the police jury, which
we published this week, will be
t found of unusual interest, and bi
should be read by all citizens v
who take an interest in the pub- a
r lic affairs of Grant pa~ish. ;o
The Bank of Colfax has had some b
e legant gold leaf signs put on its plate I i
glass front and doors, which are very a
ornamental. Also Dr. E. B. Gray, and t
Dr. B. A. Soileaun who have their of- t
e fices up stairs over the bank, have had v
e some elegant signs made in gold leaf
d designs to show their location.
n The glass doors of Dr. J. L. Wocdall's
Sdrug store have been embellished with
ma lot of handsome signs in gilt Letter
r- ing. Also the law offiees of Attorneys
a Joel M. Durham and C. H. McCain,
. over the drug store, have had neat
signs of the same order put on their
$100 Per Plate
I was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay,
R in New Orleans in 1842. Nighty costly
Sfor those with stomach trouble or indi
gestion. To day people every where
use Dr. King's New Life Pills for these 4
troubles as well as liver, kidney and
Sbowel bisorders. Easy, safe, sure. 2
or cents at Dixie Pharmacy. -Adv.
Pay you r subriptie.
Daly Rumor is Wrong, a UsuaL No
Last week we stated that Madam T. H
Rumor reported that Miss Wardella 13, 1
Turner and Mr. B. B. Long, formerly 0189
teachers in the Colfax high school, had ship
been, or soon would be married in the
city of Shreveport. We are informed
there is nothing in the rumor. The Cour
young lady has accepted a position in Febi
one of Shreveport's largest dry goods tin
emporiums, and the young man has Curt
gone to South Carolina. Moral-Don' and
believe anything you hear secondhanded.
This has been our rule for forty years,
and we beg pardon from all parties
concerned for this unusual transgres- U.
Terribly Burmed About the Face and DEN
Last Tuesday afternoon the little six I
year old son of Mr. John Russo met ste
- with a painful accident, a result o2 seci
which he may lose the sight of both La.
f eyes. He got some carbide on his face l'
and attempted to wash it off with wa- Ci.
- ter, thus creating a gas which was ig- 25ti
$ nited by a match being struck just as C
r the gas formed. The little fellow is A
said to be in a pitiful condition, the ofl
skin of his entire face having peeled off,
and his eyes being so badly seared that
11 it is thought he cannot regain his sight.
Sverda High school vs. La. collenig S
SThe boys of the Verda high In
d basket ball team played an engagement
Is with the boys of the Louisiana College
)- at Pineville on the grounds of the latter
on January 11. The game, although a
little one-sided in favor of the Verda
ie boys, was interesting from start to fi
te ish. The final wind up of the ga s ws in
ry a score of 44 to 9 in favor of the Verdi so
rd team. This is the sixth match game ao
f-f the Verda boys have won this s amon,fr
ad without a single defeat. ,
Mr. J. D. Givens, who has x la in t
New Orleans three weeks, to ha m his t
l's eye treated, which had a sliver om steel
th in it, will probably return home on Sun
er- day. A film or cataract has gr own ,
over the eyeball which had the j iece i
in of steel in it, and bhe will hav tore turn
sat to the city in a few weeks to have the
eir cataract removed, when the do ctor
gives him the hope that his eye a ight -
in the injured eye may be restore L3
' Escaped After Fifteen Yearr
ty W. P. Broyles made a suncess es
i- cape after fifteen years of sn
ire from kidney and bladder troubles ,
ese ey Kidney Pils released bhn and do
jd just the same for others. Ht says:
"Theycured a most sever e crache
w with painful bladder irregulariti m, and
they do all you claim for them. Re
fuse substitutes. J. W. Dune: Co.,
The Woman's Home Mission Society W. B. I
met in regular session at the i. E. Noblevill
church on Tuesday, Jan. 14, with ten Ing many
members present, viz: Mrs. Joel M. after tryi
I Durham, Mrs. E. L. Cargill, Mrs. M. E. acriptiona
Tooraen. Mrs. C. W. LaCroix, Miss Kidney F
Hattie Cameron, Mrs. L. B. Gay, Mrs. more gorX
R. E. McKnight, Mrs. W. A. Brown- ever used
lee, Mrs. G. H. McKnight and Mrs. kidneys ri
Earl Roberts. famil na
Officers were installed for the coming sl ts
year as follows: President, Mrs. Joel -Lnv.
M. Durham; 1st vice president. Mrs.
E. L Cargill; 2nd vice president, Mrs.
R. E. McKnight; 3rd vice president, All hog
Mrs. G. H. McKnight; 4th vice presi- one, with
) denc, Mrs. W. A. Brownlee; correspond- will be ts
) ing secretary, Mrs. Earl Roberts; re- mg to la
) cording secretary, Mrs. S. R. Gibbons;
treasurer, Mrs. M. E. Toorsen; agent
Missionary Voice, Mrs. C. W. LaCroix;
press superintendent, Miss Hattie Cam
) Upon taking the chair the new presi
dent made an inspiring talk, urging
zeal in the work for the coming year.
In discussing plans for the new year,
a movement for the erection of a new
church building was started, which met
with the hearty support of the socieiy.
Members were enthusiastic in expres
sions of' their desire to take up this
much needed work at once, and approv
al of the body of the church will lend
success to the effort.
Assessor E. S. Murrell and Sheriff A.
B. Perkins attended the meeting of the
Louisiana Assessors' Association at
Alexandria on last Tuesday. About
thirty-two assessors were present from
the different parishes. Assessor Mur
rell, of Grant was elected vice president
of the Association, which is to hold its
next session at Shreveport.
$100 l Reward, $100o
The reaer of tlis per wiU be pkas to Ler
tat hri at least one dreaded-dlease that
has been abl to cure sa all Is stae sad that Is
Csaaurh fHaiLts htarb Cure s the oanlytse r
cu row kinown to the medea fraternlty. ata
b egas eo tu 'i ra~lsni m a e10o m
boat freataet Hailst.arb ta taha -
teenally. actatg directly upon the blued and mao
srtacens o . the ysre thereby deroyl the
foudation o the dlscra and gvg the patl.
stregth by beading up the costtutinsad assr -
3n5 nature in doing Its work. The peoprtors have
so mech fath Is auatl per's that they o-ec
Ose Hundred Dola fr any ear that It s
cur, Sd for it ol:tertlnmoFs
Addrew F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Teledo, 0.
Bold by a! Druseaits. 6e.
Take Hall Family ls for enstsam.
WWas ted .
A house with a three or four rooms
for this year. Address Mrs. M. L Mc.
Neely, Box 161, Colfax, La.
Eight yoke of oxen and two new 8
wheel log wagons. All young, moth
cattle, well trained and no dead heads.
Wagons well equipped with extra chains,
etc. R. L. PARISH, fig
Colfuax, La., Route 1, Box 41
Notice for Pablication.
U. S. Land Office Baton Rouge, La
PROOF UNDER LAW UNDER WHICH ENTRY
WAS AD. ..
Notice is hereby given that William
T. Hicks, of Bentley, La., who, on Oct.
lella 13, 1906, made homestead entry No.
erly 01832, for the e I of nw i see. 2, ton
had ship 6 n, range w, La. meridian, h
he filed notice of intention to make five
year proof, to establish claim to the
ind land above described, before Clerk of
The Court at Colfax, La. on the 26th day of
in February, 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses: Mar
tin Chandler, Thomas Chandler and
has Curtis Chandler, all of Bentley, La.,
)on' and E. S Murrell, of Colfax, La.
JO3HN F. NUTaLL,
uties Notdes for Pubmeatlm
gre- U. S. Land Office Baton Io 1e9 La
PRuOOP TO RB MADE UNDER LAW UN
nd DE WHICH ENTRY w As MADEL
Notice is hereby givan that Gastina
ILeLao B.k C.,., who on
mstead entry, No. (311 for wI uw t,
section 30, toysb p 8 ., r ew,
to make five yar p roof, to establish
Sc'aim to the lan de scribed, beore
w- Cl.rk of Court at Colfax, La., on the
5 g- 25tL? day of Febrmry, 191I.
sat as Claimant ams a itnaeine: D. C.
Dw is Mitcbel sm Adoph LauOne, j OfTld
,theof Blaek Creek, La.
Soff, JomN F. NUTTALL,
sight. Pardtitesm 93
In the matter of Horace O. Peevy et
ment al vs. Helrs of L. E. Weaver
latter No 2881.
agh a (Grant Parish Docket.)
Verda By virtne o a order ofsle amed
• flu- out of tbh Honorabe Tnfmrealh Jn
cal District Court and to me dirted
s was i the above numbered and etitled
ierd sit, I will offer for sale, to the lst
rend highest bidde at the pricipl
front door of the cuort houme t
town of Colfax, La. n
SATURDAY JARCH 1, 191,
the following describd proistMJI.or
m i e purpose of partition y oi~c u a,
s tee :hl n hnred and twnt o(120) re
S atNo ofNW, NWt 1 N
of , wi, ,nd Niof th SWt of N
ep own uIo 9, toonmahp 8 north, ruS |
uTertm s of sale-ash
a th Sheriff A
Hunters will take mode. that my
iaOL br hors d hau 1 It,___
W. B. Fox, PI W. Wseeingtoa u.,
Noblesvile, Imd, sayS: 'After suffer- wI
ing many moe swith kiy troable, ru
after trying other reimdes and pre- as
scriptions. I paaebaed a baox of Foley bm
Kidney Pills which net only did me pc
more good than any other remedies I re
ever used, but bare positively set .my fr
kidneys right. Other members of my as
family nave used them with similar re- at
sults." Take at the first sign of kid- D
. .trouble. J. W. Duncan Co., Ltd. -
Notice to Hod Owners.
All hogs running at large in ward t
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.
'As You Like It Club'
o- Telephone No. 19
Samuels' Cistern Co.
s -s third strmt
NEW ORLEANS, LA;
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JORDAN MOTOR CO.
" COLFAX, LA.
Genor10 i 8lll ,re io 0 -i -
- Automobile Acces*ories
Repairing, Gasoliine, etc.
i BICYCLE and GUN WORK a SPECIALTY
Plumbing Given Careful Attention
Ever Business Man
should onduct all of his outsdeisair oe the lon ditance
S lines of the Cumberland Te"lepionet & Tblgrph Coan"y.
ATRs na3eo#InAs3s earam3 VWMt
tr Oe y
b7 r T i
A mean stuffj o od, with hbasi
wheessy beathleg Is f)%t the kind tot
runs itebronehltis or pnemeMia. Do
not trie wiih such serious conditions
but take Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound promptly. Qiek and beneficial
results are just what you can expec
from this great mediciae. It soothe
and heals the inflamed air passages. It
stops the hoarse racking cough. J. W.
Duncan Co., Ltd.-Adv.
SSoI hIllU N6w
Starting Jan. 14t
and continuing throughout
the entire year, we will
price one artcle at a special
price each day
These things will be .se
lected from our regular
stock of Jewelry, Sporting
Goods and Fancy Goods,
and will be for sale at the
special price for that day
only for dCb. The special
valuf win be displayed in
our jewelry window with a
card statiug the regular
price and the special price.
Jewelry Co. Ltd.
~M Street, Oposite City all