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per acre. - You can ,t (1) by bre, cu'.. i-. , ; JA vation, (2) by Letter seed and, (3) above all, by th: intcLigrent .C of " 1 (St. 1.1 'ae C rcle andArrow ý is on every ack.) UNOCO BRAND FERTILIZERS We want you to do all three,--make "two blades grow where one grew before." Plants iustr have ,proper food. Unoco Fertilizers supply the food which your soil lacks or make more ;ivail.ble what it already has. These fertilizers are manufactured according to formulas adapted to the needs of your soil. and to the special needs of Cotton, Corn, Vegetables, Peanuts. .'e L,. L t "a rrn o, Profit" THE UNION OIL CO., WEST MONROE. LA. Supt. E. . H. Tuner visited the schools of Ward. 5 last Wed nesday. l t !: ary ha!h: . lack oLf luitlor ex ercise, ii.!:l!!-ii' nt :nastilic ation f (. ,,,( constiption, a tl'ri)id liver, worry and anxiety, are the mn:)st comm'on catscs of tonima 'h troulles. Correct your halbits and take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Ta'aits and you will soon i)e well again. For sale by all druggists. Mrs. M. E. Reitzell of (larks, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Q. Graves, returned, to her honie "Monday. When her child is in danger a woman will risk her lifo to protect it. No great act of heroism or risk of life is neccssarey to protect a child fron croup. Give Chaimbirlain s Co;:gh Remedy and all danger is avoided. For sale by all dfuggists. Mrs. R. B. Dool, the efficient operator of the Home Phone, after a week'; visit to Farmer ville, returned home Saturday. You are brobably aware that pneu monia always results from a c'ld, but you never heard of a co:,J resulting in pneumonia whe, (Chami;erja;n's Cough Remcdy was used. Why takie the risk when the remedy may be had for a 1 trifle? For sale by all druggists. 1 A. B. Russell` succeeded' Miss Florence Stucky as a member of the faculty of the Clarks school t ad :eganorxk :taskt.lQdu .... A piece. of flannel dampened with i Chamberlain's Liniment and bound on t to the affected parts is superior to any d plaster. When troubled with lame s back or pains in the side or chest give t it a trial and you are certain to be I more than pleased with the prompt f relief which it afords. Sold by ail druggists. • The man who gets mad at what the newspaper says about him should return thanks three times a day for what the newspapers knew about him and suppressed. How to cure a cold is a question in which many are interested just now. 1 Chamberlains Cough Remedy has won its great reputation and immence sale by its remarkable cure of colds, 'It 1 can aiways be depended upon. For sale by all druggists. The Boys' Club of the parish has a record-breaking enrollment of One Hundred boys who 'say they mean business. The girls ' club, however, is still la~ger. It has a membership of 120. Calomel is Badl but Simmons' Liver Purifier is delight fully pleasant and its action is thorough. Constipation yields, biliousness goes. A trial convinces. (n Yellow Tin Boxes Only.) Tried once, used always. Let us work and stimulate every legitimate enterprise by giving it all the friendly encour agement we can, and unite our industry, intelligence and capital in a common cause for the good of our town. Pneumonia and Pleurisy For over thirtyyears Htnt's Light ning Oil has been acknowledged to be a very quick relief when rubbed well on the chest. Many hundred letters testify to the benefit it has given others. Why not try it? Ali druggist, 25e and 50c bottles. When the common earth worm is cut in two, he won't make a fuss about it; but to the tail end will grow a head and to the head end a tail. There will be two worms instead of one. MIisfortune often doubles our strength. Have you any news, tell the editor and he will serve; it ij a la mode. : In case you do not happer to meet hii, use the telephune, . or the mail. You Mill be hel~ipmng to make your tows paper of greater interest and thereby serve the' general communitY ' What ever news may interest you, must surely interest may others. e In Memoriam. I- John A. Ferrand was born December 21; 1823, and died Feb ruary 8, 1912. He was a native of Caldwell parish and for near ly four-score years and ten his r life was identified with the inter e ests of this locality. He leaves six daughters, two sons, J. H. Ferrand, W. G. Ferrand and numerous other relatives. He 3 was loved and respected by all who knew him and will be missed by a large circle of friends. Un til a few days before his death he was remarkably hale and Shearty for his years, often walk ing a mile or two for the exer cise. He was buried at Mt. Pleas ant cemetery by his wife, who had been laid to rest just two years ago. $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able cure in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to themedical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur faceslf et ystem$thereb deeog the foundation of the disease, and glv ing the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & Co. Toledo, O Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. The teachers' institute held last Friday and Saturday at Grayson proved to be one of the most suc cessful meetings ever held in this parish. Much interest was mani fested in the discussions. All but three of the forty teachers em ployed in the parish were present. Plans for Rally Day occupied some time on theprogramforSat urday afternoon. Several of the patrons of the school at Grayson and vicinity were present part of the time. Shocking Sounds in the earth are sometimes.heard before a terrible earthquake, that warn of the coming peril. Nature's warnings are kind. That dull pain or ache in the back warns you that the kidneys need atten tion if you would escape those dangerous maladies, dropsy, diabetes or Bright's disease. Take Electric Bitters at once and see backache fly and all your best feelings return. "My son received great benefit from their use for kidney and bladder trouble," writes Peter Bondy, South Rockwood, Mich., "It is certainly a great kidney medicine." Try it, 50c at all druggists. Few people have any idea what an incentive it is to both teacher and scholar to know that parents and outsiders are taking a lively interest in their work. We be lieve the "little folks" at school appreciate such interest more perhaps than the larger ones, Still the effect is not lost on any of them, and we hope every par ent will take a hint from this and iplace thei public school on their visiting list. There are very few "House for Rent" signs to be seen in our town. That is proof of growth and prosperity, but also an indication that more homes ought to be pro 'Idid fo;.ihe people who would mqeJiere,if houses could be ren ted. A number of cozy and at tractive cottages that can be ren ted at a reasnable figure is what we need. Whereas, it has pleased our heavenly father to remove from our order and community our be loved brother, T. J. Watson, who died January 30. Therefore be it resolved by the members of Mt. Pleasant Local No. 327 of the Farmers' Union, that in the death of Bro. Watson we have last a faithtful member and the family a devot ed husband and father. Resolved, that the members of this Local extend to the bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy. R. H. Manly, J. A. Meredith, W. D. Meredith, Committee. Almost Lost His Lifle. S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich., will never forget his terrible expoisure to a merciless storm. "It gave a dreadlful cold," he writes, "'that causced severe pains in my chest, so it was hard for me to breathe. A neighbor gave me several doses of Dr. King's New I)s covery which brought great relief. Tihe doctor said I was on the verge ,i lnu monia, but tc continue with the I)is _ covery. I did so and two bottles com pletely cured me." Use only thisy uck, safe, reliable medicine for conghi:, cold, or any throat or hlute trorlleIc. ' Price 50c and $1. Trial bottles frece. Guaranteed by all druggists. e A special meeting of the Parish - School Board is hereby called for` s Tuesday, February 20th, 1912 at - 11 a. m. G. T. McSween, Pres. Lumbago, Rheumatism and Chillblains i There is nothing that gives so lui' .ll benefit as Hunt's Lightning Oil. T'ih, very minute it is rubbed on the im: provement is noticed. For over thirt~y' years this Liniment has been acknowl- edged to be the best for these troubles.r Every druggist will recommend it Price 25ec and 50c per bottle. Public Notice. Notice is hereby given that I have posted my plantation situat ed about 8 miles southeast f,_f Columbia, La., and all perso)iI are warned not to hunt or tres ; pass upon said premises. J. D. Humble. Columbia, La., Feb. 15, 1912. How Foolish to suffer from skin diseases (Itch, F.c zema, Ringworm, etc.) when one 50, box of "Hunt's Cure" is positively guaranteed to cure or your money promptly refunded. Every retail drug gist in the ,state stands behind this guarantee. Ask your druggist and se the guarantee with each box. You don' risk anything in giving it a trial. Notice is hereby given th the Police Jury will at its ne regular meeting March 4, 191 j receive proposals for the workin of the public roads in wards 1, and 8. All persons desiring to contract for the working of the I public roads in said wards are hereby requested to confer with Mr. J. M. Bennett, Blankston, t La., relative to working the roads in ward 1, with Mr. N. M. Davis, Columbia, La., relative to a working the roads in ward 2, i and with Mr. J. J. Harris, Lan derneau, La., relative to work ing the roads in ward 8. The n Police Jury reserves the right to a reject any and all bids. By order of the Police Jury. R. R. Redditt, Clerk. February 5, 1912. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Land Office at Baton Bouge. La., February 12, 1912. Notice is hereby given that James L. Nelson, of Clarks, Louisiana, who, on Januayr 3, 1912, made Homestead En try No. 03289, for swt of nwj, section 4, township 12 north, range 3 east, Louisiana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Clerk on Conrt at Columbia, La., on the 25 day of March, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph B. Rogillio, of Clarks, La., William tl Prestridge, of Clarks, La., John IH. b Nelson, of Clarks, La., Bishop N. Ne!- t son, of Grayson, La. John F. Nuttall, Register. Feb. 16-6t Y ORDINANCE NO. 1. An ordisance appointing road overseers 1 in Road Districts Nos. 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 n parish of Caldwell, for the year 1912. Be it ordained by tbe Police Jury ofr the Parish of Caldwell, in regular ses- 1 sion convened, that the following nam- y ed overseers are appointed for the re- u spective road districts for the~ year 1912: b District No. 5, Columbia and Ouachita a road, 1st div., T E Teekell. 2nd div., C Lee Kelly. 3rd div., W Z Thomas. , Vixen and Monroe road, Frank Har- a grove. Vixen and Pine Bluff road, W e L Steele. Marshe's Landing road, G A t: Fisher. Bailey road, John Gregory. Columbia and Vernon road 3rd div, Fred 9 Banks. 4th div. H T Lay. 5thdiv. 6 Henry Banister. Montgomery Point a road, Tom Shipp. a District No. 6, Buckskin road 2d div, e Jesse Mayes. Kelly and Newport road t W F Hargrove. e District No. 7, Columbia and Harri- t sonburg road east bank, 2d div, Russell Stuart. 3d div C C Meyers, Jr. 4th div, c WR Rushing. c District No. 9, Sherley road, 1ist viv, 1' J E SternS. 2d div, Geo W Busby. 3d n i s elly. Venison road, If M - ! al1, 2r1 div, Newport and Cotton 10 lant roal, .JefT Johnson. May road, ilat ib'tz. lJacksonz road, A D Simp S. \ ' road 1st div. Tom Hunnicutt. S Lr ' l. Luke Tullos, 3rd div. W J . i.trit N. li), Columbia and Ha,'ri O sonr' r;oaul 2d div, E E Volentine. t- d T111 ~l McKe. 4th div Geo Baker. ed rad, 1) J Bedsole. Holum f roa,. iie'1 T ('rawford. Copenhagen Send :;rnrville road, 1st div, Fred tPric,. 2nrll div Lee Grant. Holum and G a:. -1 road Chas Elliott. Three Notch roud Eugene Braddock. II. H. ROGILLIO, Pres. . IL EDDI)ITT, Clerk, OI0)INANCE NO. 2. ill 'An ,lil:ace fixing the budgetof prob .a , e,.:peines to be borne by the ,lti:i of (Caldwell for the year 1912. I'tI it ,(rdoinfd by the Police Jury of the l'uti :h ,of Caldwell, in regular ses sian 'o,.nel, that the following is ce hrei,:: " as a budget of probable i ,ne borne by the Parish of S( C!.. :, the year 1912, to-wit: re:: s $ 500 'l'"s ;,".ses, and janitor 500 t:'; :..,:ise and jury exps 1 500 . iih t: surer's salary 200 ri': .'i. jury salary 250 icbn ;;r' epýl,:n'ses 500 r cid:'ntai (:xpenses 500 tupers 500 st: :of the peace and cons 200 S:c.,,r sai:ary 600! llie improvements 2 500 i! pr!inting 2501 ei bi ais 5 000 Total budget $13 000 i e, it i ;lrther ordained that this ordi n ce taxe effect fro: and after its cotptlon,. Adopted the ;tn. 10, 1912. HI. H. ROGII,LIO, Pres. R. ,. f iEi)DITT, Clerk i()nItINANCE NO. 3. . :c, levying an advalorem tax ,, ; Is oi all taxable property in a i" ;i of Caldwell for the year S..: ':!y the Police Jlury of : e l l in regular session an advalorem taxof ten ,. . ·ýt.. ',r be and the same is S' i ;he assessed valuation f 1,,p'perty situated in the r : , d (Idwell, La., to pay the cur S. s of the parish of Caldwell r a 1912. i i further ordained, that the said an mills is hereby apportioned as fol 4-nois General Fund. 3-mills Ouachita Steel Bidge Fund. 3-mills School Fund. nce, take effect from and after its adoption. Adopted this Jan. 10, 1912. ) H. H. ROGILLIO, Pres. R. R. REDDITT, Clerk. ORDINANCE NO. 4. Fixi,g the License Tax in the Parishof Ca!idwell for the year 1912. Be it ordained by the Police Jury -of the Parish of Caldwell, in regular ses sirn convened, that the ligense now fixed by the State of Louisian& on each anid every kind of business shall be the license tax of the Parish of Caldwell, for the year 1912. Be it further ordained, that this ordi na~nce take effect from and after its adoption. Adopted this Jan. 10, 1312. H. H. ROGILLIO, Pres. R. R. REDDITT, Clerk. ORDINANCE NO. 5. An ordiinance adopted by the Police I Jury of the Parish of Caldwell, levy ing a per capita tax of one dallar per ann.um on all male persons residing in wards or road districts Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8 of the Parish of Caldwell, between the ages of 18 and 50 years, for the purpose of constructing, maintaining~and repairing the public roads and bridges in said wards or road districts; providing for the as s: ssment and collection of the same, and providing penalties for the failure to pay such. Be it ordained by the Police Jury of the Parish of Caldwell, that there shall be and is hereby levied, a per capita tax of one dollar per annum on all male persons between the ages of 18 and 50 years residing in wards or road districts Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8 of the parish of Caldwell, beginning with the year of 1912, for the pnrpose of constructing, maintaining and repairing the public roads and bridges of the said wards or road districts in the parish of Caldwell, which tax shall be collected for the year of 1912, and every year thereafter until this ordinance may be repealed. Be it further ordained, that it shall be the duty of the assessor of state and parish taxes for the parish of Caldwell, to assess all such persons with said tax at the same time that he assesses poll and other taxes and to extend the same on the assessment of the parish in the same manner. Be it further resolved, that said tax shall become due and payable on the first day of October 1912, and on the same day of each and every year there after, and that the assessor shall be entitled to the same compensation for the assessing of said tax as he is allow ed by law for the assessing of other taxes. Be it further ordained, that the tax collector of the parish of Caldwell shall collect the said tax in the same manner that he collects other taxep, and that he shall receive the same compensation therefor as is allowed by law for the collection of other taxes. Be it further ordained, that if any person against whom such tax may be legally assessed, shall neglect, fail or refuse to pay the snme when due and npon demand, shall be preceeded sgainstby information file-l by the di&s trict attorney or by indictmont by the grand jury, and upon trial and convic tion thereof, he shall be fined in a sum not exceeding ten dollars nor less than five dolla;s, together with the amount of such per capita road as may be due by him, as well as all of the costs of the prosecution; and in default of pay ing said fine and costs he shall be im. prisoned in the parish jail not less than ten day nor more than thirty days, sub ject to work the period of his jail sen tence out on the public roads of the parish. Be it further ordained, that all fines and forfeitures collected under this ordinance shall go when collected into the road and bridge fund of the parish of Caldwell. Be it fusther ordained, that this ordi nance shall take effect from and after its adoption. Adopted this Jmn.10, 1912. H. H. ROGILLIO, Pres. R. R. REDDIRR, Clerk. If Your Guest Room Is Just Right It Will Reflect Your Own lHospitality Perhaps a chair or different bedstead, pr a mattress or chiffonier or a rug or dre'Žsr, a curtain, or even a picture will add the final, fairy tw h which changes an indifferent room into one that cheers an'd char.ms. NOW, before the spring rush, is a splendid time to select these extra things. OUR NEW STOCK IS LARGE, and you are sure to find what you want at a little bit less than you expect to pay. 400 Chiffonier. Mbade throughout of solid oak, nicely finished in a deep golden gloss. Five nice drawers all fitted with locks and brass pulls. Good steel jacket Fox casters. PRICE-----------.----.. ----- --- -----$5.50 OTHERS RANGING IN PRICE UP TO ..--- $45.00 EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME WHOLESALE RETAIL 132-138 North Second St. Monroe, Louisiana. Keeps the Wheels Moving the plough or the mowing machine. What's to be done? Delay means loss. The nearest supply depot may be miles away. It may be that the necessary part can only be obtained in some distant city. The Bell Service does the work. The farmer gets into quick communication with the dealer and shipment is mado without delay. No wonder the enterprising farmer regards the Bell Service as an essential to success. Are you trying to get along without it? If so, consult our local manage. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company. Telegraph Company. T"HE SOUTH'S CREATEST SOUTLE COLLEGE. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS. NEW ORLEANS, LA. $houldbe giventhebesttraningtrto De pare them for snecess in business. Personal Instruction, Pree Employ snent Department. Complete College Bank, College Store and Wholesale Offices. No misrepresentations to secure stu dents. Through the success ofits 22000 former students, Soule College is recognized everywhere as a Wide Awake, Practical, Popular and Lac gestui school. 80ULE & 8O0A OZO SOUIt& SONS. 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