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LAND AGENT AND
Abstracts of Titles a Specialty
Represent Fidelity Companies accepted as
Sureties on all bonds of any kind.
OFFICE OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
to sell the most remarkable bargain in the
magazine world this year.
To One Perion
. monthly salary and a liberal commission on each
order. Salaries run up to $250.00 per month, depend,
ing on the number of orders. This work can be done
in your spare time, and need not conflict with yom
present duties. No investment or peevious experience
necessary. We furnish full equipment free.
Write for particulars to
The Ridgway Co
Streets, New York
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It is free—it tells how you can have
local and long distance telephone ser
vice in your home at very small cost.
Send for it today. Write nearest Bell Tele
phone Manager, or
FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
and Telegraph Company
BOX 231, ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA.
R. G. VOIERS
P. O. Box 149 TINNER Phone 41
Successor to Bonnette & Voiers.
See me for sheet metal work of any kind.
Cisterns and Guttering a specialty.
"THE SOUTH'S GREATEST
SCHOOL OF BUSIHE88.'
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Shonldbsrlvta .hebest training toptt
pare them for success in business.
Personal Instruction, Free Employ
ment Department, Complete College
Bank. Colle* e Store and Wholesale
No misrepresentations to secure stu
dents. Through the success ofits
32000 former students, Soule College
is recofulged everywhere as a Wide
Awake, Practical, Popular and Sue
v » 0om
Open day and night. No trip too short. None too long.
Clean Cars—Careful Drivers. Expert Mechanic
Always on Hand.
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Wednesday, November 3—Opening Day; Ruth Law Day.
Thursday, November 4—Rural Progress Day;! Fraternal Order Day.
Friday, November 5 —Drummer's Day; Shreveport Day.
Saturday, November 6—School and College Day.
Sunday, November 7 —Automobile and Ruth Law Day.
Monday, November 8—Negro Day.
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AUTOMOBILE RACES. LOUISIANA Si ATE FAIR, SHREVEPORT.
STATE FAIR. FEATURES
Tenth Annual Fair. State Fair of Louisiana.
Opens Wednesday, November 3, and closes Monday, November 8.
Ruth Law, world's leading aviator, in flights, Wednesday, Novem
ber 3 and Sunday, November 7.
State Normal Band of thirt -five pieces.
Great Patterson Shows, with twenty high-class attractions on the
Better Babies Contest ln Sei mnpert Home.
Horse Show three nights- November 4. 5 and 6—in front of
J. Alex Sloan with his automobile racing cars, five in number,
Sunday only,-November 7.
Vaudeville attractions in front of grandstand every night.
Two football games Saturda', November 6—L. S.'U. vs. U. of Ark.,
also L. I. I. of Rüsten, La., vs. S ate Normal of Natchitoches, La.
$2,500 offered in premiums 'or the Junior Extension Department.
Fine show of Boys' Pig Clut-, Corn Clubs, Poultry Clubs and Can
ning Divisions. •
Harness and Running Races, three days only—Wednesday, Novem
ber 3; Thursday, November 4; Friday, November 5.
State Fair School. Big tent for boys Lectures and judging
Sixteen Parish Fair Agricultural Exhibits. $1,000 in premiums for
Best Agricultural Exhibits ever shown at State Fair.
Three Big Auction Sales of Pure Bred Cattle— Herefords, November
4; Jerseys, November 5; Shorthorns, November 6.
Big Livestock Parade each day in front of grandstand.
Fine exhibits in Art Building, Educational Building, Automobile
Show, Poultry Building.
Dog Show four days, Wednesday to Saturday, November >3 to 6.
Î.'CO head of Fine Poultry. Incubator and Brooder displays.
J-C head of Fine Blooded Cattle. 1,000 Registëred Hogs. 600
Her.* 3. ^
Morse Show and Vaudeville Attractions in front of grandstand
at right, and no admission charge to grandstand.
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ROBT, J. PHILLIPS Agent
Phonk No. 8.
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for use in all offices throughout its vast organization.
\ All Telegrams, Night and Day Letters in the future
' w'll be typewritten on the Underwood.
Every wed known writing machine was carefu..y con
sidered by the purchasing committee and the Underwood
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