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# # « # FELLOW CITIZENS! Louisiana is far behind in the purchase of her quota of W. S. S. Let me, as your local captain, urge the citizens here to help our State and Nation in the fight for world freedom by buying more W. S. S. We are doing well, but we must not slack up GLENMORA, LOUISIANA THE WAR CHAINES CAMPAIGN IS SET FOR NOV. 11-18 W e will do our part J. S. G E R SON >*•< Having entered this field and bought the Glenmora Potato Curing Plant we desire to make this announcement to the business men and farmers of this vicinity. We realize the adaptability of the soil of this section of the state to the growth and production of sweet potatoes, and we are pleased to announce that we have begun to make extensive repairs on the Glen mora plant and will have it in a sufficient state of completeness to jus tify us in offering to buy the sweet potato crop of this vicinity. in and aftfer next ■ - Monday Növ. ll,our house will be open For Business We will pay $1.00 per bushel at the plant-551bs to bus. lor dhe bushel or a carload • any quantity - of Porto Ricos, Dooly v and Pumpkin Yams, or NancyHalls LISTENS : tinf.g the potatoes in within 24 hours after dig« gmg. Do not cut them or bruise them in digging them or in hauling. Don't pick the potatoes up and «pitch them in handling them.' Don't even pitch them ia inches. Handle them carefully, like you would handle oranges. When you pick them up lay them down avoiding a bruise. If you do not do this we can not buy them, because bruised potatoes rot on our hands. Do this as we instruct, as our interests are mutual. Our success is, your success and your success is ours. '■ Grade them in two grades, two inches and up. Warft in sacks or hampers to themselves, and two, downward to themselves, inches — » s of 10 DO NOT PITCH THE SACKS OR HAMPERS INTO THE WAGON. HANDLE POTATOES CAREFULLY AS THEY WILL ROT, and ROTTEN POTATO ES' WILL NEITHER HELP US NOR THE COUNTRY AT LARGE Let us work Earnestly together for success and lor the upbuilding of this great enterprise. It will re sult in the doubling of land values and the stimulation oi all business in and around Gl'nmora. LET S PUT GLENMORA ON THE MAP. IT CAN BE DONE POTATOES AND PROSPERS YOU^RS EOR A CLOSER ACQUAINTANCE A^O, A LARGE BUSINESS, Great Southern Preserving Association,. Thos. F. Ewton, * President and General Manager 'TWo Discoveries. A long time ago, a keen observer of «fnnâui Mise ppt oa corny that a small his dis-' nr sever without the ottK lost had that period r, they did h „ 1 lavender and 3 Roman Soldierf "Smokes." Record» recently discovered show that the Roman soldiers'in Caesar's had their pipes. Of coarse they real tobacco, as die THE GLENMORA PATRIOT (Successor toLecompte Drummer American.) Published Every Friday W. W. PERRY . .V * . * Publisher jne Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES One-Doilai-and-Fifty Cents Entered at the postoffice at Glenmora, La., as second class matter Woman Lawyers Qalnlng Qround. Woman are now eligible for admis slon to the bar In all Federal courts, and In Maine, Massachusetts, Con ne» tient, New York. New Jersey, Penn sylvania. North Carolina, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington and several other stated —Law Notes 1 Authorized Dealers I £ & FORD CARS And Real Ford Accessories Auto Transfer and Repair Work »-Specialty Anything you want for your car, we have it; if not, we will get it for you. Before ret^eing, see us^for casings anid inner tubes—we have 'em. x The GOCDouea-Good Year, Fiàfc, Ùnited States and Firesta3a©.ÿ y Did you ever think about inputting shoelrabsorbers on* your Ford? We have 'em, four* styles to pick from. Why don't you put supports on your Radius R<Sds? 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. < I- .V "We to serve." C. A. CARRUTH MOTOR CO. I Phone 76 i GLENMORA, LA Taberlet's Restaurant • AND BAKERY — Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies Baked and Delivered Every Pay. Patronize the Home Man In the Restaura: 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. Qet in the habit of eating at TabarJet You will grow fat and save enough to start a bank acoount. Try our Home Parched, Special Dripped Coffee. Pies, the kind mother use to make ; A. K. TABÄRLET, ÿ : : : Proprietor =J. W. BRITT: Real Estate Agent Notary Public justic of Peace. £A11 kinds of Insurance-Reutal Agent, 41 Nonresidents. Taxes paid fori -v We are in the 4 NtMeat in the McGui* J| , re building All favors are appreciated by us J} N. Eastwood & Son WB.MÜST WIN THE WAR! Let's help the soldiers who must have woolen clothes. l ean take your old dothes in exchange for new ones. Saya money for you and wool for the United States. Try me. • W. Ä Harrison,: Clotla.es 01ee.xa.ecL PRESSED AND DELIVERED —by— CHARLES SEGARS back of Savoy's Barber Shop.