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MY STORES ARE SUPPLI
ED TO MEET YOUR SUM
MER NEEDS
Let us show you our assortment and
You will be convinced.
GLENMORA, LOUISIANA
J. S. G ERSO N
READ THIS!
Wipple Brothe's Stock of Gro
ceries will be SOLD at Bar
gain Prices. DONT FAIL
To GET YOUR SHARE. SALE STARTS SATUR
day MAY the 18th. This stock consists of ail kinds of
Groceries and îruit jars, and I can say the GOODS
Are First Class. All goods guaranteed or money refund'd
It's impossible in thisarticle to give list of goods for sale
and prices. I will say this, That I have just two weeks
to close out the stock, and cannot do it unless you will
buy the goods: and I do not expect you to buy unless
you Get Bargains. Come See for Yourself.
SALESDAY MAY 18th.
A. V. NEILSON.
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cnn navy nre classed
as tlie l»est fed body,
of men in the world.
In the shbis galley#
every effort Is made ta
eliminate waste.
In the upper photq
one of the cooks on the
North Dakota Is oper
ating n meat sltcer that
cuts bacon with the
least possible wastage,
fuel for fighters. Bacon is
badly needed In tlie allied armies and
navies. The allied needs in pork prod
nets are 1'0.000,000 pounds monthly,
three times as much ns before the war.
Another waste eliminator on the North
Dukotn Is the potaio peeler, shown in
the lower photo. Nothing is lost ex
cept the actual potato skin.
Fat
There is a sufficient quantity of
Andrie's Confectionery
THE PLACE TO GET YOUR
Cold Drinks Cigars ' Candy
Tobacco Ice Cream
F. A. Andries, Proprietor
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As You Go.
"Clear up as you go" is «n excellent
it to work by—a parallel to "Nev
put off till tomorrow," &c—and
e that many a mother would dc
>11 to keep over before her and live
to. It is the puitlng-oa habit that
ids to »ccumulatjcos. tö hurry, and.
asequently. to badly done work If
ithes need repairing, let them be re
ired at once; If thing* are out of
sir proper places, fcut them back
ain, where they ought to be; befor*
tj are Irretrievably lent
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tatoea In America for greater use In
every home and for all Deeds of army
and navy. Eat more potatoes, eal
po-;ies3 wheat.
Spoke From Experience.
Farmer B—was sitting in the coun
try church He had been working
hard in the harvest field; hands were
scarce, aod Farmer B— was dozing.
The loud tones of the minister failed
to arouse the farmer, until at length,
the time waning, the L'ood man elo3ed
the lids of the Bible and concluded
as follows: "Indeed, my hearers, the
harvest Is plenteous, but the laborers
are few." "Yes," exclaimed Farmer
B—, "I've offered two dollars a day
for cradelws and can't get 'em at
tta.t"
REMEDY FOR PLANT
LICE ON GREENS
Turnips, mustard and radishes
grown in Louisiana during the fall
months are often severely injured by
a small, light green, soft-bodied,
sucking insect—an aphid, or plant
louse—that Is found principally on
the underside of the leaves.
These aphids may be kept under
control by spraying with a mixture
of one teaspoonful of nicotine sul
phate and an inch cube of laundry
soap in a gallon of water, the soap
being first dissolved In a portion of
the water. > A spray pump that will
force the liquid out of the nozzle as a
fine spray or mist must be used, and
the aphids must be wet with the
spray in order to kill them. The noz
zle should be so attached to the spray
rod as to form a right angle at that
point. With this device the spray
can be better applied to the under
surface of the leaves. Begin spray
ing when the aphids first attack tho
plants.
To facilitate spraying the seed
should be planted in drills or rows—
not broadcast. It is also much easier
to reach the aphids on plants having
smooth leaves.—Department of Ento
mology, Experiment Station, Louisi
ana State University.
Display posters, advocating the
planting of a large acreage in oats
and a limited acreage in wheat, have
been distributed over the state by the
Extension Division of the Louisiana
State University.
Salth the Cynt^
Character is like money; when yoa
lave a great deal, you may risk some;
for, if you lose it, folk will still be
ieve you have rdenty tn tr?n
GROWING HOGS
For a hog to be profitable he
must be kept growing from birth
to marketing age. He cannot be
profitable unless lie is healthy.
He can always be in a profit-pro
ducing condition if he i& fed B.
A. Thomas' Ilog Powder. We pos
itively tell you that this remedy
. prevents cholera, removes worms
J and cures thumps. If the pow
der does not makegood, we will.
Glenmora Drug Company
FRESH MILK
Furnished, free delivery,
twice a day, in any quantity; also
butter and butter milk.
Vegatables of ail kinds.
We have several good milch cows '
for sale.
CARRUTH BRO'S DAIRY.
Phone 43- 2
REV. SHUTTLES
WORTH RESIGNS
Rev. L. H. Shuttlesworth
sprang a real surprise on his eon
gregation when l>e resigned the
pastorate of the Baptist church
last Sunday morning.
No one was looking for him to
do that, and it is not done thru
any misunderstandingbut on ac
count of insufficient support.
Many church people do not
properly consider the needs of
their pastors and a result of this
carelessness is humiliation of
these men because of their inabil
ity to meet their obligations. Not
only in mind do they suffer but
in bcdy as well.
The tremeudous increase in
the cost of living is working hard
ships on all men receiving small
salaries for the cost of living has
gone up fast r than the wages,
and this is especially true of the
salaries of ministers; and when
the salary is irregularly paid,
and sometimes not paid at all, the
preacher either has to do some
thing olse to supplement the sal
ary or quit.
We regret that this last is the
alternative chosen by Rev. Shut
tlesworth. He has taken an activ
part in the affairs of the towu for
several years. We'll miss hiui.
Miss Gladys White, after a two
week's pleasant stay at home
with Mr. and Mrs. Dukeman, re
turned to Mansfield Wednesday.
T. C. Kirkpatrick and family
of Melder were in town Wednes
day afternoon.
If you desire to see some first
class milk cows just go to Car
ruth Brothers Dairy farm and
you will be gratified. We went
there Saturday and were surpri
sed to find suchgoob cattle.
BAZAAR NEXT WEDNESDAY
Women Lawyeri Gaining Ground.
Women are now eligible for admis
sion to the bar In all Federal courts,
and In Maine, Massachusetts. Connec
ticut. New York. New Jersey, Penn
sylvania, North Carolina. Indiana,
Michigan, Ohio. Oregon. South Dakota.
Washington and several other state#
—Law Notes
Many Have Tried.
No man baa ever gained distinction
because of the excellence of his Jew
elry.
DIRECTORY
Fraternal and Religious
The Columbian Woodmen Household No
22 : meets the first Thursday in each month
at 8 p. in, Dr. Ueo. M, MosaoE,
Worthy Consul,
Knwtx Orr. Worthy Clerk,
Caml* No. 13 o meets
the first Saturday
In each mo th at S
p. m,
. i\ I'EKOI.XIN,
c. c.
J. W. Britt,
Clerk
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Glenmora Lodge So.
3ôi> meets third Satur
day In each month at
7 :S0p, »>
J. F. PESKINUTO-I
W. M.
•I. tv. linn r,
Secretary
BAPTIST CHURCH
Preaching each Lord's day at n a. in. and
7 p, in. Numlav school euch sabbath w «.
in. Prayer meeting each Wednesday even
ing at 7::». l. H. SnvTTLtswoiu n,
Pastor.
METHODIST CHUItCl!
Clenmora—ITeachjnp each first and third
Sundays at n a. m. and 7;8o p. m. Sunday
school each Sabbath at 10 a. m. Pra v r ser
vice Thursday at 7 aw p, m.
McSarY—PreacbluKeacli ünd andlth Sun
days at U a. m. and 7 too p. m. sunduy
school each Sabbath at to a. m.
Meider—Preaching each third Sunday al
ternoon at s. Sunday school each Sabbath
afternoon at 3 :«. w. w. Penny.
Paster;
THE GLENMORA PATRIO'.
(Successor to Locompte Drummer-American.
Published Every Friday
W. W. PERRY
Pub! is
SU BSORI FIT ON RATES
One-Dollfti -and-Fiftv Pei
.me Year
Entered at the postoffice at Glenmora, La., as second class matter
Pringle &Jennings
Auto Transfer
Accessories and Repair
Work. All Work
Guaranteed.
THE SQUARE DEAL STORE !
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j* in "Family Lots—S e e us for particulars. £
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FORD CARS
And Real Ford Accessories
Auto Transfer and Repair Work a-Specialty
Anything you want for your car, we have it; if not, wo
will get it for you. Before retireing, see ns for casings
and inner tubes—we have 'em. The GOOD onea-Good
Year, Fisk, United States and Firestone.
Did you ever think about it, putting shock absorbers on
your Ford? We have 'em, four styles to pick from.
Why don't you put supports on your Radius Rods?
We have 'em. How about bumpers for your car? Save
a big bill from a big bump. We have'em—(Bumpers)
Don't throw that casing away-letus vulcanize it for you.
If it can be done, we can do it.
"We to serve."
C. A. CARRUTH MOTOR CO.
Phone 75 GLENMORA, LA.
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Taberlet's Restaurant
--------- and bakery—
Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies Baked and Delivered
Every Day. Patronize the Home Man
In the Restaurant
We are prepared to serve on short order many of the good
thing to eat. Our service is the best. Our prices are
very reasonable. Get in the habit of eating at Tabarlet
You will grow fat and save enough to staft a bank account.
Try our Home Parched, Special Dripped Coffee.
Pies, the kind mother use to make
A. R; TABARLET, ; ; ; Proprietor
J. W. .BRITT
Real Estate Agent
Notary Public
Justic of Peace.
jAll kinds of Insurance
i Non-residents.
Rental Agent.
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Faxes paid for J
Eggs for Sade
RHODE ISLAND RED GAME
11.00 for 15 Eggs
Mrs. J. W. Britt,
Glenmora. La.
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COMMERCIAL
Insurance Agency
Fire, Life, Windstorm
and Casualty Insurance
G A. Petrie
Alexandria, La.
Clotûres
Clea,an.ecl
PRESSED AND DELIVERED
—by—
CHARLES SEGARS
back of Savoy's Barbir Shop

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