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p;ll TOGETHER or Ai/X ANGE VO UU COMMUNITY THE PAT TIMBER LUMBER GLEN MORA. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17 191 ; NAVAL ST »: EN No. 4_ .Holiday Goods FOR All Classes ALL AGES ! ALL the SEASON ? GLENMORA DRUG COMPANY Glenmora, La. W. E Tant was in our midst, last week. Capt R. H. Washburn caino in for the holidays^He has been at Jennings lately. Reginald Siler of Grayson vis ited friends here this week. Did you wake up with the head ache one day this week. Christmas trees were more, i numerous th:syear than common. Christmas trade was very sat Tfactory to our business men. The inissess Lewis tot thohoiidays. Earl Poe came this week spend awhile with homefolks. Gordon Keller returned Mon. day from NevvOrleans toT&ke up| the life of a civilian. are home t 0 Mr. and Mrs. R. T Colquettej are recovering from an attack of the flu. A few cases of influenza have, occured in oor midst the past few days. The young people had a dunce Friday night at the La Grande theatre. TheCbmtmas trees at the High School were gieatly enjoyed by the children. " • • W G. penny was in Alexandria! last week ■■■ , _ ... - . „ „„ J. H. Evans of Alexandria was; u . .. . . a week end visitor to our town. - Elmer Ferguson bought 19 lots in block eight East of seventh street last week, y *- ■„ ■' ; Mr. and Mrs. L. M- Radial re turned Friday from Elpasso to! ...... , „ spend \ uleWde'vith homefolks. WANTED m, • . on j ! Thirtv.five . - 1 * j women who are willing to accept office positions paying from t65 m.*nn nn n t,o $100.01) a month, about April the 1st Experience not necessa we train you. Gallon or ad r.y dress Draughon'a College, Alex audria. La. phone 455. 1006 Third Street, or O G. Bates, Mgr. Mrs Isley's Letter. In a recent letter Mrs. D. W. Islcy of Litchfield, 111., says, "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets for disorders of the stomaeh and as a laxative, and have'found them a quick and sure relief. " If you are troubled with indigestion or constipation these tablets will do vou good. Good Friends-^ Do not forget past Favors. May health AND PROSPERITY ATTEND YOUR WAY THE NEW SE'SON, CampJt>eli-Penny Company Free delivery MAY YOU HAVE A GOOD TIME This^rfew Year, Is the Wish of im Andjies Mer. Co. Phone i THE OLD YEAR We soon ring out the old y 0ar an( ] r j n g j n tho new. We j av jij qo so xvith mingled feelings j of the need and sorrow of the presen t, i as we think of the world trage i dies of the of the past year and Wlüle there are heavy clouds upon the world polit al horizon, . . , . , « yet hopes are bright that ibev ' r 6 . ; : will pass without bursting into , u fhe fury of the storm. i Great and good men are real ; izing the seriousness of the sit : nation and are carefully apply j ing themselves to solve the wei ighty problems before them. The attitude of the people be hind them, if favourable, wiil ,greatly help in right ng the J wrongs and making, sale the fu v uro democratic principles, j q ui> own na tf on facing issu's I that needs caland deliberate cons jderation to maintain our : f a j r narae among the other na Uions. To go backward now ! would a world calamity; and to j avoid that we must sopport our J leaders and trust Almighty God j to guide us. We need this. : Let us not hold malice toward anyone at the beginuing of this uew year.;..rather let us cherish good will and keep our minds aad hearts open to justice and . 1 J helpfulness, and we shall receive . r ' . . , that reward that is worthy such noble lives and service Victory of arms'is oars. Let ns see to it that victories of the ethical and religious are as pro nouuced. We all may help, to th>t ^ and , n1 ; Saving Grain From Fire. A South Dakota builder bas suggest p,j a «impie method of saving grain in country elevators from fire. The grain bln« should be provided with trap d<>0R . Jn tbe outçr wallg of the baîld . ing. in case of fire the doors are open ed «ad the grain pours out on the < grouad. D. N. GORMAN'S AU TO REPAIR SHOP. STEAM VULCANIZING SECOND • HAND CAS INGS FOR SALE F r Sale One Player Piano, Werken make, in good condition. About 100 rolls of music. Terms or a splendid bargain for cash. Apply to PatriQt I LdST One white sow with two or three black spots on her unmark ed and flopped ear. Lost between Pawnee and Oakdale. Finder notify H. A. Mott at Glenmora and receive reward. FOR CROUP. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is splendid for croup, " writes Mrs. Edward HaSsett, Frankfort N. Y. My children have been qui ckly relieved'of attacks of this dreadful complaint by its use. This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given to a child as confidently as j to an adult. CATTLE TICKS WILL GO NEXT SEASON Fourteen-Day Dipping Periods Will Hasten Work of Eradication. "The sole reason far adopting tit» fourteen-day cattle, dipping period fit Louisiana was to hurry up the eradi> cation work to tts completion, as all the other Southern states have al ready done," says W. H. Dalrympie, Department of Veterinary Science, Louisiana State University. "It has bees found by experience and clos» observation that tbe tweaty-on* day period delays the final result, requir ing several seasons instead of one un der the fourteen-day method. "Naturally, work of this kmd re < quires some little inconvenience, but it is a good cause, and we have to make some sacrifices when the re sults to be attained are so far-reach ing. And after ail, Lt is much better to be at the Inconvenience of dipping cattle every fourteen days, or fifteen times a season, and get rid of the ticks in one year, than to hara te dip them every twenty-one days, or tam. or eleven times a season, for two or three or more years, with the extra expense attached, before tbe work is completed. "However, in order to finish the work in one season, lt wifi require co-operative effort, net only on the. part of the federal government and the state, but of stockmen, isttivtdual -Jy rffed collectively, as wen, for whose benefit the work has been In- j augurated and is being carried on. "We must realize that, in this mat ter, we are not only.Louis tnuiaus. but Americans, aa the work of tick eradi cation in Louisiana affects nqt only the state but the nation as well, being an important contributing factor in the general food supply of the peo ple." FOR SLAUGHTER •bvuld Have No Food From 24 to 3f Hours Before Killing, But Should Have Plenty of Water, Ih preparing hog* to be slaughtered » fast of tweaty-four to thirty-six hours, plenty of water, careful han dling and rest before slaughter are all important in securing meat io the best condition for use, eil her froah or for curing purposes. Food in the stomaeh décomposas very rapidly after slaugh ter, and whore the difwslng is slow the gases generated often affeot the flavor of the meat. Water should be given freely up to the tltae of «laugh er, as it keeps the temperature nor mal. It la highly important that the animal be not excited in any way suf ficiently to raise the temperature of the body. If the animal becomes heat, ed it is better to allow it to rest ovej night before killing than to risk spoil ing the moat. It is also essential that the hog be carefully handled so as not to br-fet its body,— L. S. U. Press Bultetu*. FEW ESCAEP. There are few indeed who es cape having at least one cold dur ing the winter months, and they are fortunate who have but one and get through with it quickly and without any serious conse quencens. Take Chamberlain's, Gough Remedj* and observe the! directios with each bottle, and xou ar9 likely to be one of the for tu unate ones. The worth and merit of this remedy has been fully pro ven. There are many families wha have used it for years when troub j led with a cough or cold, and with tbe very best results. Americans without murmuring cut ilieir sugar allowance fresa four i .j.iuds a month to three and ibtsi ub long us need he to two pounds for loy alty's su£e. Food Will Win the World. America eareed the gratitude of al lied nations Curing war by «haring food. America uuih.r peace may win the world's good will by saving to sha re. ! i y WL WM .». j. 4 . .% j + -Î- DEMOCRACY VS. AUTOCRACY. "There Is no royal mud to food conservation. We can ouly accomplish thin by the voluntary action of our whole people, each element in proportion to Us needs. It is a matter of equality of burden." The troth of this statement, made by the United States food Administrator soon after we en tered the war, has been borne out by the history of our ex ports. Autocratic food control in the tamis of our enemies has broken down, while democratic food shilling lias maintained the health and of this coun try and of ; \ Allies. X! *** ! •î* i •f ; j i •i* v f -i' HUNGER DRAWS THE MAP Famine Conditions* food Shortage approving Famine Boinl Serious Food Shortage 1 Sufficient Present food. Supply Bui Fbture Senôtw [ Peoples already lready receiving American aid- g Ü i f % Unclassified eecEMosr^, v#!3. Y ■V Germany tl* GK SEA fit i Ô / j S£A A food map of Europe today shows rot a single country in which the fu ture does not hold threat of aiwious difficulties and ouly i small port which is not rapidly npproaehtog the fund«« pod it. With the exception of tbu Ukraine only those countries which have maintained marine commerce have sufficient fopd supplies to meet actual needs unlit next harvest, and even in. the Ukraine, with store« accu mulated on the farms, there is famine in the large tentera of population. Belgium and nortjiera Frauce, na well ns Serbia, appear oa tbe hanger map disttnet from the rest -of Europe because they stand in a different rela tion from the other.nations to tbe peo plo of tho United States. America lias for four years maintained the small war rations of rielgium and northern France atjd is already making special efforts id care for their Increased after-iho-wflr needs, which, with those of Serbia, must be Included in tills plan, are urgent in tbe extreme and must have minted late relief. The gratitude of the Belgian nation for the help America has extended to her during the war constitutes the strongest appeal for u* to continue oor work there. The-moment tho German artnlra withdrew from her soil and she true established once more tn her a\m —• W. S. 3.— Th« aal» of War Savings Stamps is not an affair for children alone, ai though they have done a great deal tx the past, but tais sale has been pro mofed by the government as one of its main sourcas of revenue for enj ryi.ig on the war. $2,ütN),ftû.e,fr(k> is to bo raised by üie sale ef VV*r Sat ings Stamps tils year, $37,00 0,ûd9 in Tjosisiana and $40,000,000 in bfissis slppt. Judging h.v past recerds tbese states will not fall behind, bat It wU require tho co-opcratioa and hard work of every taaL woman ebî:di < 1 l is h vLnU& Left a Supply of KO IDAY GOODS At Our Store Let us supply you this season Crescent Drug Company Opticians /flora Louisiana NOTICE The annual meeting of the stocKhalders efthe Glen ! mora Bank will be held at i ; their banking house at io o clock Monday January 6th igig for the purpose uf elect mg a Board of Directors for the ensuing year and to tra. nsact any other business j that may properly come up. i F. G. Chatclain cashier. Ail Should Know the Bible. No Jiuiti ran be wholly unetlucnte who renlly know-; tho P.ifolo, nor ci anyone he considered a trnly educate man who is Ignorant of it.—Exchnn? j seat of government the little nation s : first thought Avas^to express her grèti finie M thi riurr.jiussio» fbr Relief Ijj B elgium for preserving the lives of millions of her citizens. Germany-, oa ibe other band, need not ttgnbq in such « map for Ameri can? tiocause there Is be present Indi cation chut we shall be called on at all to take thought for the food needs of Germany. Germany probably can care for her own food problem If she Is given access to shipping aud is enabled to distribute food to the cities with dense populations, which are the trou ble centers. England, Frauce, the Netherlands nail Portugal, ail of which have been maintained from American supplies lave sufficient food to meet Immediate needs, but ihelr future presents seri ous difficulties. Tbe same is true uf Spain and the northern neutral coun tries—Norway, Sweden and Denmark -»whose ports have been open and who have beep uble to draw to some degree opon foreign supplies. Most of Russia Is already In the throes af famine, and 40000,000 people there are beyond the possibility of hidp. Before another spring thou sands of them inevitably most die. This applies as weil to Poland and practically throughout the ^tltic »■ Just What fihe Wanted. There was a shriek end a splash, oUowed by another splash Immediate y afterward, ns the would-be rescuer itwair. to wb-are the lady had dlcap pefirt-d uoder the water. He caught her as sh»; struggled to the surface apd j aoaahf to calm her. "Don't >trurgte. j ruadaEJ/' he apJattered. ' We are Quite : safe; the lake is quite calm, and os | •tear as a mirror and—'* ' Well, let go ! ,'v nrn.r, then," said tlie now • cMa- ! for ted lady, "and let me look into it f i udak my hair ia comins down." WMi Stomach Trouble. " Before I used Chamberlain'« tablets I doetoreda great deal for stomach trouble and felt nervous and tired all tbe time. These tab lets helped me from the first and inside of a week's time 1 had im proved in every way, " writes Mrs. L. A. Drinkard, Jefferson. City, Mo. Making Sure. Several years ayo, at the funeral of a well-known fire insurance official much detested by hi ft staff, it was ri ruarked that an unexpectedly lnrsfc* number of them att&^ed. On one of them belny asked for an explanation, be said: "We wouldn't have missed It an any account ; we waut tö be sure that he Is buried." glons, with cwiidltions most serious te Finland. ; „ Bohemia, Serbia, Rpumnnts and Montenegro ha veal ready reached tb* famine poiat and are suffering a huivy toil of doaili. The Actnenlan imputa tion is Calling each '-week, a* huiiger takes its toll, and lu Greece, Atbsiifa and Roiiinanhi e o serious are the food shortages (k.»t famine is near. Al thougb'starvKtion ia not yet iioinlnent, Italy, Switzerland, Bulgaria mid Tur key aro In ttm throes of serloua etrlu gencles. ... - f In order.'to fulfill America'« pledge In world relief we will have to export ever}' ton of food which can be han dled through our ports, This means at tbe very least a minimum of 20.000,000 tons compared with G.UyO.000 tons pre war exports and 11,8*20,000 tons ex ported last year, when we were hound by the Ue.s of war to the European allies. If tve fall to lighten the black spe st on the hunger map or If we allow any portions to become darker tbe very peace for which we fought anti bled will be threatened. Revolt and anarchy Inevitably follow famine. 8hot»ld tble. happen we will see In other parts ■ Europe a repetition of the Russ n? bocle and our fight far world j. will have bees is vois. Painful Dental Wcrfg Io the time q£ Nero thore wef* pc fessloca! dentists who cou' - : « r* • r lost teeth with artificial om-s» jga - of sycamore wood, which wore fas tened to ihelr nature'- neighbors with gold wire, a g >)'d ;.!:>'(> vrith sc'V'.Tai teeth attacked has »xf#n fttuad in m fetmean tomb. Rut those dcatist» knew nothin it of the *rt of e.T.-iivaüteî and filling cavitbts. Wlua* a tooth \>e catne too jsiinful «îvrÿ rtsnorwd it, not i>3 it hut by prying it out in a manner that must have be-.a mos»; dtsTeto the safivper.