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Tonight! Take Dodson's Liver Tone!
Better Than Calomel For Liver
Calomel sickens I If bilious, constipated and head
achy read my guarantee.
Listen to me ! Take no more sicken
ing, salivating calomel when bilious or
constipated. Don't lose a day's work!
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver,
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile, crashes into it, break
ing it up. This is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramping. If you
are sluggish and "all knocked out," if
your liver is torpid and bowels consti
pated or you have headache, dizziness,
coated tongue, if breath is bad or
stomach sour, just take a spoonful of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee—Go to any
drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a
spoonful tonight, and if it doesn't
Don't Judge Harshly.
Nine times out of ten there is an ex
planation for what seems unreasonable
ipon first notice. Wait a while before
u ssing Judgment.
_ When Baby 1« Teething
iBCVn BAB V BOW BL MBDIC1NH will correct
lie Stomach and Bowel troublas. Perfectly harm*
ess. See directions on the bottle.
The gossip is never so happy as
Alien she is relating a tale of love.
Happy is the home where Red Cross
Bail Blue is used. Sure to please. All
rrocers. Adv.
England is opening schools for fac
ory workers.
GOOD-BYE BACKACHE, KIDNEY
AND BLADDER TROUBLES
For centuries all over the world
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has af
forded relief in thousands upon thou
sands of cases of lame back, lumbago,
sciatica, rheumatism, gallstones, grav
el and all other affections of the kid
neys, liver, stomach, bladder and al
lied organs. It acts quickly. It does
the work. It cleanses your kidneys
and purifies the blood. It makes a
new man, a new woman, of you. It
frequently wards off attacks of the
dread and fatal diseases of the kid
neys. It often completely cures the
distressing diseases of the organs of
the body allied with the bladder and
kidneys. Bloody or cloudy uring, sed
iment, or "brlckdust" indicate an un
healthy condition.
Do not delay a minute if your back
aches or you are sore across the loins
or have difficulty when urinating. Ge
to your druggist at once and get a
if
Heartburn, Belching
Indigestion. Food Repeating
and Nearly All Kinds of
Bodily Miseries
The first sign of stomach misery
usually comes after over-eating.
The doctors call it "superacidity".
The people say—"sour stomach".
Millions of people who have lost
their ambition, energy, courage,
vitality and strength—who are
weak, pale and listless—who go
through life just dragging one foot
after another—tired and worn out
nearly all the time-^nervous, irri
table, subject to
severe headache,
insomnia, and a
long train of physi
cal ills—would be
surprised, yes,
dumbfounded, to
learn that it is just
an acid-stomach that
is causing them all their
misery. Yet in nearly
nine cases out of ten that is
just where the trouble starts.
, or "sup
means
You
can now quickly rid your stomach of
its excess add. A wonderful modern
remedy called EATONIC literally
wipes it out. Itdoesthe work easily,
quickly and thoroughly. It makes
the stomach pure, sweet, cool and
comfortable. 11, helps you toget full strength
oat of every mouthful of food you eat: and
unless yon do get fall strength from your
food you cannot enjoy robust, vigorous
health.
EATONIC le in tablet form. They are
pleasant tasting—just like a bit of candy
—and ore absolutely harmless. Taka
EATONIC and find oat f ir yourself how
wonderfully different yin will feet See
_ how quickly EATONC
immediate effe. ta of scid-stom
sch—bloat.* heartburn, bel
. cbing, food repeating, in
digestion. etc. See. toot,
bow quickly your gen
eral health improves—
how much you relish
your food—how much
more easily your food
l—how soundly
___
pear. And all simply
by taking EATONIC. :
___! your stomach of a lot of excess
acid that has been holding tack and
making your life miserable.
So get a big box of EATONIC from your
druggist today. He is authorised toguaronme
EATONIC toplenseyouapd youcantewrt;blm«
make this guarantee good. If EATON »C falls
in any way. take it Saek-he will refund your
meow. If your druggist does not keep
EATONIC write tone «Erect end we will send
you abigSOcboxsod you can sand us the 60c after
you receive it. AddresrH. LEramer, Prest,
Estonie Remedy Ca 1018 Wabash Ave, Chicago.
These OVERALLS trill ttmt the
kind of wear and wont fade in
They're made of
EWbS&ZtZZ
, ft a* CLOTH hi ysnr <
ffitfvsranw
WemmtaefdcAeafe
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straighten you right up and make you
feel fine and vigorous by morning, 1
want you to go back to the store and
get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
is destroying the sale of calomel be
cause it is real liver medicine; entire
ly vegetable, therefore it can not sail
vate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful ol
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti
pated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keep your entire fam
ily feeling fine for months. Give it to
your children. It is harmless ; doesn't
gripe and they like its pleasant tastft
—Adv.
Learned Something.
Little Memphy (endeavoring to en
tertain Sister Kate's beau)—When Sis
ter Kate marries you will she become
a widow?
Kate's Beau—A widow? Ye gods!
What put such nonsense into your lit
tle hend?
Little Memphy—Hearing mother tel)
sister that you are a dead one.—Judge.
Bad Colds, Pneumonia, and Croup
may he prevenred by using Vaeher
Balm in time. Everyone should keep it
in. the house. Beware of imitations. Ad.
What Is one man's automobile is an
other's juggernaut.
box of imported GOLD MEDAL Haar
lem Oil Capsules. They are pleasant
and easy to take. Each capsule con
tains about one dose of five drops.
Take them just like you would any
pill. Take a small swallow of water
if you want to. They dissolve in the
stomach, and the kidneys soak up the
oil like a sponge does water. They
thoroughly cleanse and wash out the
bladder and kidneys and throw off the
inflammation which is the cause of
the trouble. They will quickly relieve
those stiffened Joints, that backache,
rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, gall
stones, gravel, "brlckdust," etc. They
are an effective remedy for all dis
eases of the bladder, kidney, liver,
stomach and allied organs. Your
druggist will cheerfully refund your
money if you are not satisfied after a
few days' use. Accept only the pure,
original GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil
Capsules. None other genuine.—Adv.
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UNTIL AFTER WAR
TANGIPAHOA PARISH DEFENSE
COUNCIL LISTS CROP AS
NON-ESSENTIAL.
HARVEST NEXT SPRINGS CROP
In View of the Shortage of the Corn
Crop, Committee Added a Recom
mendation For Planting of Fall
Oats To Increase Winter Crop.
Hammond. —
For the period of the war the Par
ish Council of Defense considers rais
ing strawberries as unessential, and
after the harvesting of the crop next
spring from the plants already set
out the raising of this fruit must be
discontinued, for commercial pur
poses, until after the war. The agri
cultural committee, consisting of H.
F. Cassell, W. L. Houlton, W. E.
Mount, T. R. Thames, D. E. Vernon
and R. A. Kent, after making a sur
vey of the food situation and the crops
of the parish, have submitted lists,
which have been adopted by the par
ish council, of essential and non-es
sential crops as follows:
Essential: Corn, oats, beans, peas,
hay, sugar cane, sorghum, rice, sweet
and Irish potatoes, soy beans, velvet
beans, peanuts and a limited amount
of wheat. The raising of cotton, car
rots, tomatoes, cabbage, okra and mel
ons are recommended after the de
mand for those classed as essential
have been filled.
The nonessential crops are declared
to be strawberries radishes, lettuce,
cucumbers, peppers and eggplants.
While these crops are not to be elim
inated as far as home consumption
and local markets are concerned,
their production for shipping Is to be
discontinued during the war. In vfew
of the shortness of the corn crop the
committee added a recommendation
for the planting of fall oats to in
crease the winter feed crop for live
stock.
Ih his annual report of parish
schools Superintendent of Education
A. C. Lewis gives the total revenue
receipts for the year as $167,785.01,
with current expenses of $98,269.43,
capital outlays on building, furniture,
equipment and purchase of sites
amounting to $6,081.68, whilst a total
of $45,943.83 was expended In pay
ment of debts, making a grand total
of $150,294.94, and leaving a balance
In hand of $17,490.07. The salaries of
white teachers amounted to $75,
206.62, and colored $2,640.75, the aver
age of male teachers being $92-63, and
female $51.60 per month. The total
value of all school property in the
parish is set at $51Ç.460.
J. R. Matthews of St. Francisvill©
has been appointed federal rood ad
ministrator for West Felitiana, vice
Elrie Robinson, who goes into Red
Cross work overseas.
With the annual Parish Fair to be
held at Havana less than three weeks
off the management is hard at work
making all preparations for the open
ing, October 17.
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Negro women are employed in
large numbers in the lumber mill at
Longville, replacing the men, some
fifty in number, who have been draft
ed.
A large pecan crop is being gather
ed on the lower coast this season, the
nuts being of the best grade.
The orange crop in Southwest
Louisiana is almost a failure.
A new bank is being organized at
Covington, to be known as the Com
mercial Bank and Trust Company,
with a paid in capital of $50,000 and
a surplus of $5,000. ,
Advices received from Farmerviile
state that Union parish has decided
to hold a fair at Bernice, the parish
seat, from October 25 to 20.
A revaluation of Calcasieu parish
to give relief to storm sufferers will
not be made thlB year, but relief will
be given on next year's valuation.
The cotton gin at Keachie which
was ordered to stop ginning by the
State Food Administration, has again
resumed operations..
Harry Daniel is acting secretary of
the West Feliciana Fair Association,
which holds a fair at St Francisville
October 24-26.
Longville, In Beauregard parish,
subscribed $50,000 to the fourth Lib
erty Loan the first day. Its quota
was $20,000.
Amite High School reports that the
school went "over the top" In the Ju
nior Red Cross membership, every
child having paid the membership fee
for the year.
Negro churches at Lake Charles
win be used as schools, as all the ne
gro echoolhouses were destroyed in
the storm.
The Amite draft board has complet
ed the classification of tbe men in the
»cent draft «der.
The East Baton Rouge Council of
Defense has just passed a résolution
requiring every able-bodied man, wo
man and child in the parish to do
useful work all the time, and fixing a
penalty for the violation of the reso
lution. Men must work six days a
week and women and children must
work five days a week. The penalty
is not more than one hundred dol
lars' fine or not more than three
months' imprisonment, or both, in the
discretion of the court.
A movement is on foot at Lake
Charles, including lumber and the
several by-products manufactured
here axe all running on full time,
with the exception of those mills
damaged by the recent storm and not
yet rebuilt which includes Lock
Moore, Krause and Managan and
Hodge Fence, leased and operated by
the Powell Lumber Company. -
Rev. C. M. Chambon, former pas
tor of the Donaldsonville Catholic
Church, who volunteered and was ac
cepted as a chaplain in the United
States Army, and who for the past
two months has been stationed at
Camp Shelby, near Hattiesburg, Miss.,
has left that place for service over
seas.
Fire of undetermined origin de
stroyed the Gonzales High School
building at Gonzales valued at $9,
000, a residence owned by J. Alfred
Guedry, valued at $2,000 and the res
idence of Joseph Mitchel, valued at
$1,000. Insurance covered one-fourth
the property destroyed.
The Crowley Bank and Trust Com
pany reports an aggregate of indi
vidual deposits and certificates of de
posits in sum of $736,170, and the
Bank of Acadia an aggregate of indi
vidual deposits, savings deposits and
time deposits of $574,267.
Parish councils in Louisiana are
more active today that they have
been at any time since their crea
tion, and with the additional powers
granted them by the State Council
their work and influence will be ma
terially increased.
Plans have just been perfected
whereby Jefferson Davis parish will
have a parish fair November 15 and
16 at Jennings. The proposition is
supported by the Chamber of Com
merce and the success of the fair is
assured.
Centenary College at Shreveport,
which has been designated to train
youths for the Students' Army Re
serve Corps, is enrolling a large num
ber of boys. , Plans are being cohsid
ered for the erection of an additional
dormitory.
The Natchitoches Parish Fair As
sociation has accepted an offer from
W. F. Johnson, of the W. F. Johnson
Lumber Company, to hold the parish
fair on his property just on the out
skirts of the northern limits of the
city.
Both the Louisian i state rice mill
and the Lake Charles rice mill are
operating on full time with a plenti
ful supply of rice coming in so that
they will run double time commenc
ing the first of the week.
All public dances have been called
off for the present by order of Cap
tain H. F. Smith, of the United States
Public Health Service, on account of
the prevalence of influenza at Camp
Beauregard.
An appeal is made to the women
of Donaldsonville to do more Ite-.t
Cross work, to report at headquarters
and help with the bandages, garments
and the numerous other duties.
Farmers arouhd Estherwood are
preparing to plant a considerable ac
reage in oat3 and wheat.
The cool weather has caused the
oranges around Pointe a la Hache to
assume a yellow-color and tor sweeten.
Navels and grapefruit are being ship
per to market. Growers can get all
orange boxes needed this season for
packing of fruit.
Active work on all sugar places at
Pointe a la Hache is going on »for the
planting of a large acreage In fall
cane. The pea vine crop Is especially
fine for fertiliznig the lands being
plowed. A large hay crop has been
cut.
Owing to the scarcity and high
price of coal and acting under the ad
vice of the pariah fuel adminstrator,
a large quantity of wood is being cut
and stored for winter use by the far
mers and other fuel consumers around
Pointe a la Hache.
The Amite postoffee is looking for
new quarters as the lease on the
building now occupied for that pur
pose expires November 2. Bids are
being received for suitable locations.
Proposed removal of the chief
clerk of tho railway mail service at
Shreveport and the closing of the di
vision .railway mail office here has
caused considerable protest.
The grade children of the Patterson
high school are organizing pig and
poultry clubs and have begun work
on their fall gardens.
The- fourth Libery Loan drive for
Acadia parish is expected to sell
$688,000 worth of bonds.
PERUNA
Made Me a Well Man
Mr. Lonis Young, 205
Merrimac St., Rochester, N.
Y., writes:
"I suffered for thirty years
with chronic bowel trouble, «toni
sch trouble and bemorrhago» of
the bowel». . „
We bought a bottle of Peruna
and I took it faithfully, and I
began to feel better.
My wife persuaded me to con
tinue, and I took It for some
time a", directed. Now 1 am n
well man."
Suffered thirty
years with
stomach
trouble and!
hemorrhages of the bowels.
Mi
Liquid or Tablet Form
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forJALARIA, CHILLS and FEVER.
SOLD FOR SO YEARS.
ALSO A FINE GENERAL STRENGTHEN»
INC TONIC. Sold by All Drag Store*.
p OHiy
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COLT DISTEMPER
You can prevent this loathsome disease from running
through your stable and cure all the colts suffering with
It when you begin the treatment No matter how young,
SPOHN'S is safe to use on any colt. It is wonderful bow
It prevents all distempers, no matter how colts or borneo
at any age are "exposed." All good druggists and turf
goods houses and manufacturers sell SPOHN'S at 60 cant*
and $1.15 a bottle, J5.50 and $11.00 a dozen.
SPOHX MEDICAL CO., Goshen, IntL, V. 8. A»
WHERE HIS 'CENTS' HAD GONE
Youngster's Ingenuous Answer Avert
ed That Threatened "Bad Quar
ter of an Hour."
A three-year-ohl youngster was help
ing his mother on a hot, sultry after
noon by entertaining hi.s little sister,
who had been dressed In readiness for
some calls later. Tbe babe showed
signs of restlessness and the lad was
at his wits' end in devising ways to
amuse her. Finally he caught a glimpse
of the lawn spray, on full force, a few
yards away. He pushed the cab under
the spray and t£e baby ceased crying.
A few moments later the mother
appeared at the door to see how affairs
were progressing and was astounded
to set the baby under the spray. She
rus ea out into the yard, picked up her
young daughter and then turned to her
son sternly:
"I'm surprised ! You ought to know
better than that! Haven't you any
sense at all?"
The youngster looked at her Inno
cently and replied :
"No, mother, I've spent all my cents
in Thrift stamps."
The rod was spared.
DONT BE FOOLISH
and buy an imitation; get the original
VACHER-BALM.
It Is better than any of the substi
tute "Balms" for quickly relieving
Coughs, Colds, Oroift and all kinds of
hurts and soreness.
The many Imitations are proof that
it is an unusually good thing.
The price is only 25c per Jar or
Tube. Surely it is worth that to get
rid of a Cough or Cold, or your child's
Croup. If your druggist will not sup
ply you and we have no agent in your
locality, write for the agency.
Every family needs Vacher-Balm,
and we supply samples Free, to start
th® demand. E. W. VACHER, Inc.,
New Orleans, La.—Adv.
And Then He Wasn't Pleased.
After Thomas Soar, Esq., had been a
member of the city council for several
years he thought that at the earliest
opportunity he would endeavor to get
a permanent record of his term of of
fice there. Nothing could be more fit
ting than to have a street called after
him.
After having expressed his desire to
several of his cronies on the strict Q.
T. he got his wish. They had a place
named after him:
"Soar place."—London Mail.
or ma.il
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There I*
only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness,
and that Is by a constitutional remedy.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acta
through the Blood on the Mucoua Surfaces
of the System. Catarrhal Deafness is
caused by an Inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed. Deafness is the
result. Unless the inflammation can be re
duced and thia tube restored to its nor
mal condition, healing may be destroyed
forever. Many cases of Deafness are
caused by Catarrh, which is an Inflamed
condition ef the Mjicous Surfaces.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any
case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot
be cured by HALL'S CATARRH
MBQICINE. ^
All Druggists 75c. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney ft Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
No Enthusiasm.
"I don't like that fellow."
"Why notr
"When I told him my wife made me
what I am he shook his bead sadly und
said, 'I'm sure that excellent woman
did the best she could.' "—Birmingham
Age-Herald.
Cuticura Killa Dandruff.
Anoiut spots of dandruff with Cutf- f
cura Ointment. Follow at once by a
hot shampoo with Cuticura Soap, if a
man ; next morning If a woman. For j
free samples address, "Cuticura, Dept
X, Boston." At druggftsts and by mail :
Soap 25, Ointment 25 nod 50.—Adv. j
Male gossips are the worst of the
breed. •
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
EDI CO., CHICAGO
That Ocean Voyage.
Henry Clay Smith feels the same
way about that ocean voyage as a lot
of the rest of us.
"When dis wah is ovah," he says,
"you'll nevah see me goin' back across*
dat ocean. Alim not goin'; back to Ue
United States dat way. Ahm golo' to
return by de way of New Orleans.*—
Paris Stars and Stripes.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of"
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that It
Bears the
Signature of(
In Use for Over 3Ö Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castori*
Waves, like some men, arrive at tbe
seashore in grand style and go away
broke.
Don't 6o From Bad to Worse!
Are you always weak, miserable
half-sick? Then it's time you found out
what is wrong. Kidney weakness
causes much suffering from backache,
lameness, stiffness and rheumatay
pains, and if neglected, brings dai
of serious troubles—dropsy, gravel
Bright's disease. Don't delay. Use]
Doan's Kidney Pills. They
helped thousands and should help jrew.
A Louisiana Case
Mrs. J. P. Owen, »1
S. Third St., Monroe,
La., says: "I had an
attack of lumbago.
Awful sharp pains
darted across my
back. I couldn't do
any lifting, for mgr
back was too weak.
My kidneys didn't net
right and my
blurred. My
ached, too. I tried dif
ferent remedies With
out results. Finally 1
began taking Doan'e
Kidney Pills and the
soon cured me and
haven't had any trou
ble since."
Got Doan's at Any Store, COc a Baa
DOAN 9 S H p\ D ûî* T J
FOSTERMILBURN CO« BUFFALO. H.T.
wJSS?
Carters
ITTLE
IVER
PILLS.
FOR
Genuine bean signature
PALE FACES
Generally Indicate a bade
of Iron in th* Blood
Carter's Iron Pills
wai help thia condition
Kills
Chills
Good for Malaria, constipation
biliousness —afine tonic.
Guaranteed or money bad
Ask «jour dealer
Behrens Druÿ Cft.Wna.yfc
wmiianffliTi
mm*
FURS, HIDES and SKIMS
Wa Pay highest prices tor Pure, HiJea, Waaft
Sheep, Goat and Ad Shine, Tallow, Beeswax,
Honey, Alligator Shins, Sacks and P i o wn -
We dine n» «mwiaaioo; make prom* *e
tnraa. Write for prices and shipping Sag*
turns, write for prices and shipping tep
1 KRapr, 491-03 Ihwtc R , Ra t» Msn. La.. ISA
fc.ù
Small Pill
Small Dose
Small Price
CONSTIPATION
have stood the test of lime.
Purely vegetable. Wonderfully
quick to banish biliousness,
headache, indigestion and to
clear up a bad complexion.

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