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State Fair of Louan S-H-R-E-V-E-P-0-R-T October 27 to November 6, Inclusive Reduced Railroad Rates-Free Parking for Autos $40,000 Offered in Premiums HORSE RACING FOOTBALL GAMES DARING AUTO RACES NOVEL HIPPODROME ACTS AUTO POLO CONTESTS BANDS GALORE SPECTACULAR FIREWORKS FUN ON THE GLADWAY For Catalog, write W. R. Hirsch" Sec.-Mgr., Shreveport, La. "IT'S YOUR FAIR, SO BE THERE" Service and Security. The ideal bank serves and secures. It is composite of strength, stability, service and safeguarding. This bank aims to enlist and hold the confidence of the public through these qualities. Consult us freely on all matters pertaining to your business. TYLERTOWN BANK TYLERTOWN, MISS. Superior Service Guaranteed Protection Just Received-Carload Essex Bath Tubs, Sanitary Toilets, Lavatories and Kitchen Sinks. g Our prices are below New Orleans prices 6"EssexTubs $30"50 Lavatory, $1 O00 each ......... .5 ,1".6' rim.... $10.00 Sanitary Toilet, C. I. Low-down Enamel , 8x0 6.50 Tank, enameled Enameled, 18x3( .5 inside and $32.5 R. One-piece outside.. .. Sink, 18x30..... 13.50 All above prices F. O. B. Bogalusa. We have a licensed plumber at your service, who will install any of the above at a very reasonable price. The Million Article Store I M. MARX, Prop. Box 527 BOGALUSA, LA. Phone 150 Reforestation. Bogalusa's future founded on the eternal principles of the maximum prcduction of the soil, both in trees and ordinary agricultural crops. J. K. Johnson. But finally brethren, you may ask the question, "Is Bogalusa a saw mill town"! The answer is, "Yes and more". It is different. At Bogalusa there has been dis covered a resouroe which, in for &mer years in connection with the industries of the South has re" mained latent. It is the manu facture of container liner from the pine tops and. the waste from the saw mill. It is the ability to convert the loblolly or old field pine, which seeks to inhabit all "the waste places on the farms, small and large, and all our rail. lroad right-of-way, and on our cut-over lanids when protected from fire, and on the vacant lots and commons or suburbsý of our towns and cities, into paper pulp and container liner, Bogalusa ex. pects to build and maintain per petually around the paper mill business. Within a radius of one hundred miles, enough second growth timber, chiefly loblolly or old field pine, which grows more rapidly than any known tree, is being, can and will be grown, to support paper producing indus tries, many times the capacity of the wood oonsamption by the var ious mills in Bogalusa today. The business foresight of the founders of Bogalusa, through a Depart ment of Forestry, is already en. gaged in a comprehensive scheme to reforest not only their own out over lands but the encouragement of other land owners and farmers everywhere to utilize every acre of waste or idle land in the growing of pine trees for consumption in the paper mills here in years to come. In the scheme there is no conflict between agriculture and forestry. The broad policy that all lands everywhere not fitted or needed for agricultural purposes, shall be dedicated to forestry. All this is not saying that the develop. wtent of the country agriculturally, is not going on apace around Bogalinsa. In a f:eý wv'irds the vision is, both by artificial and natural methods, Bogaluua will work for the maximum production of the soil. Both the theory and practice is that all our living and prosperity must now and f.iuevetr more come from the soil. Some Practical Pointers. If you care anything abont sav. ing your shoes, be sure to keep well provided with rubbers. It is good econiomy always to have two pair--a good new one for best and an old pair for rough purposes, Rubbers keep your shoes clean and they also keep the dirt out of the house. Ants in the house are often hard to get rid of, One house wife has conquered them by set ting a trap consisting of sponges soaked in sweetened water. The ants collect on the sponges, which can be put in boiling water once a day, thus killing them. Keep the sewing machine well oiled. Use thin oil, as this will carry away the dirt and make the machine run easy, instead of gumming it up. Country people, if they have no water supply in the house, should make it their first object in life to put in a water system. Materials are now coming down. Any imw provemeut which saves time ano makes your work easier is a good investment. CARDUI HELPED REGAIN STRENGTH Alabama Lady Was Sick For Three Years, Suffering Pain, Nervous and Depressed-Read Her Own Story of Recovery. Paint Rock, Ala.-Mrs. C. M, Stegall, of near here, recently related the fol1 lowing interesting account of her re. covery: "I was in a weakened con. dition. I was sick three years in bed, suffering a great deal of pain, weak, nervous, depressed. I was so weak, I couldn't walk across the floor; just had to lay and my little ones do the work. I was almost dead. I tried every thing I heard of, and a number of doctors. Still I didn't get any relief, I couldn't eat, and slept poorly. I believe if I hadn't heard' of and takeu Cardui I would have died. I bought six bottles, after a neighbor told me what it did for her. "I began to eat and sleep, began to gain my strength and am now well and strong. I haven't had any trou ble since... I sure can testify to the good that Cardui did me. I don't think there is a better tonic made and I believe it saved my life." For over 40 years, thousands of wo. men have used Cardul successfully, in the treatment Ot many womanly ailments. It you suffer as these women did, take Cardui. It many help you, too. At aUl drugglsts, 85 Gaie is I'lent iftil in Slate this D)eves, j0; ii an! : lirrils are mtor'e p)i lilt li !t lrtihr i. ,.t I.+ýuisi ana tl:u .,y, hll,'v' ever bteIl iI the inamin ry If th e preseint gener ation, l'. 11. Stirlin. r, c( ; erva ti+,n ,;,rnt reportedl to 11. I,. .\1 - exa1nder, state con'trvat. ln ,l day frotm a tour af evral V' - i1. ies. lie vi-ittetl Alin, i' " ,ieti, Bl3eaurgard, ia ., inn. Cataoi, ula, Natc(iiticle-, a:-t and \Wst I'elicitana and lRinte C'olpee Ip1rishes. Along the railroads, saoi Mr. Stirling, coveys of quail ;aro~s, from every fiell ( ff rding bird cover, dt!si's were flying abbut like dI+in+'tin'ated pigeons and squirrels were abundant in all nut bearitng trlees. This increase of wild life isdue to the enufrcement of the conser vation laws and this enforcement is becoming easier as the benefits are becoming more appreciated, officials of the department assert ed. One indication of the favor in which the laws are being re ceived is reported by Mr. Stirling who was told by Sheriff Day of East Baton Rouge parish, that he had instructed all of his deputies to act as conservation agents and arrest all persons found violat. Ing the law and seize their guns and ammlunititn, Handwritten Blbles. We had a complete handwritten Bibli as early as the fourteenth century. G. W. Seal Vs, Chas, McDonald. In the Fifth Ward Justice Court, Washington Parish. Louisiana. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of a writ of fleri facias issued out of the above entitled court in the above entitled cause, to me directed and delivered for execution, I have seized and taken into my possession and will offer same for sale and sell to the highest bidder, at the principal front door of the court house in Franklinton, Louisiana, during the legal sale hours for judicial sales, on Saturday, October 22, 1921 the following described property, to wit: South-east quarter of north-east quarter, section 83, township 1, south, range 18, east, and west half of south west quarter of section 34, township 1, south, range 18, east, and lot 5, sec tion 27, township 1, south, range 13, east, containing 16 acres, more or less. Seized to satisfy said writ and all costs. Terms of sale; Cash with the ben efit of appraisement. This September the 12th, 1921. J. E, Bateman, Sheriff. Notice. W. H. Alford Vs. No. 3494 J. O. Magee & Sons Ltd. Twenty.sixth Judicial District Court For Washington Par ish, ILouisiana. .!Nice is hereby given that on S:iurd'ay, Octuber 8, 1921, I will offter fur sale between the legal sale hours, the following describ ed property: All the accounts, notes and judgments belonging to the said suit in the Twenty-sixth District Court for Washington Parish, Louisiana, terms of sale cash without appraisment. D. N. Magee, Receiver. New Orleans Great Northern R, R, DAILY SERVICE Between Franklinton, La. and New Orleans, La, Bogalusa, La. Jackson, Miss. Columbia, Miss. Tylertown, Miss. Folsom, La. PASSENGER SCHEDULE North Bound South Bound DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY No, 32-10:40 a, mi. No. 31-2:25 p. m. No, 34-7:55 p, m, No. 83-5:25 a. m. SUNDAY ONLy No, 86--11:05 a. m, No. 85-4:05 p. m, No. 34- 9:25 p. m, No. 33--6:55 a, rw. For further information apply to Ticket Agent, or Mf. J. MCMAHON, Traffic Manager, New Orleans, La. G. B. AUBURTIN A. G. P. 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