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S* E nterprise AND INDEPENDENT OBSIRVER-Consolidated March 1st, I902. SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PCR ANNUM VGLF XVII. DE'OTED TO THE ADANCÊMENT OF BOME INTERESTS. NEW IBFRIA,.A.. SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1911 M W FISHER Editor. SU * isEK 5 J. Year Guaranty \ ADLER/ 25 Year Guaranty $150^ H tzr $150: . F ree 30 Days Trial a& "K: Easy ymenfs M W'M m W. m ms te ■ dmlrfc C. L. ADLER Hie Piano and Organ Mckct Adler The Nightingale »I Punas Viller Pi.ino Is exactly what ! me implies. It's the sveet ('1 piano made. It has a tone to the human voico, so much 1 by artists and musicians, an action that'» delightfully easy, responsive and elastic;—that's the kind of a piano you want-—one with a pure singing ti/ne, easy touch and ut the best quality throughout. »IRECT FROM MV FACTORY TO VOU m "ins a saving- from $100 to $150. because my plan does away with evcrv middleman. You don't deal with agent, dealer or Jobber hut direct w th rny enormous factory, saving all go-between prutits and cjipensos. In other words, you buy from me at the lame price «lealers, ateuts and middlemen must pay lor the gods they art» ae/liii£. send me your nam« wheihar you want to b'ly or not and I will send ynu free of charge post paid, the moat wonderful piano book and buying plans yeu ever saw, burring none. I'LL TRUST VOU-SCND NO MONCV fil ship yoti on tliirtv davs freo trial any piano you may select, you to Use It for a full monrh free;—if you lind it as represented, which you will, yosi can arrange to pay me in whatever way suits you and your family best. If it Isn't as represented, ship it buck at my expense and I'll pa.' back to you every dollar of freight you paid. You'll not lose a penny. Furthermore, If at anj( time within a year the piano should prove to be different than as represented I'll pay back to you every cent of the pur chase price with six j er cent. Intore-t and freight charges. Yotl cannot duplicate this proposition no matter where you apply. extensions of time-no interest If at any time you cannot pay a s agreed I'll gladly give you a reason able extension of time. This Is something no other piano man will do. AsK some of your neighbors who have Adler instruments and they'll tell you to deal with me Is the ennlest and safest tiling in the world. I work hand in hand with my customers; I help them at every tuih, and they help me: that's the way I built up the biggest mail order piano and organ business In the world. I charge no Interest, the other fellows do. Investigate this* It's Important. You ought to know all of this before you enter into a deaL tmc strongest and longest guaranty ■Most piano men guarantee their plane, s from ten to twelve year«. T guarantee mine for twenty-five years, and the guarantee bond I -give wltii every instrument to the strongest and moot bind ing ever written. You'll find a copy of It In my catalogs. Writ* for St to-day. A Wal costs nothing, absolutely nothing. MV ADLER ORGAN Wnn the highest prize at the St. Louis World's Fair and is the best, strongest and sweetest toned or^an made. It's guaranteed for 60 years. Over 76,000 satisfied customers will ted you the Adlet to the be«t. I stake, my reputation as a manu facturer on this statement and if yon will let me ship you one of these beautiful onus on SO days 1res trial 1 will prove all I aay beyond a shadow of a doubt. In eery Slnte. County eo<t Rural District of this broad land you will Bud aa Adlsr Organ PAY AS IT «WITS YOU I'll accept any rraasnabla plan of payment that nlta your pocket book and circumstances beat and at anytime on account ol elrkaeu or any other aerjoo* trouble bo interact. money BACK WITH INTEREST If at any tlrao within a year my organ ha* not held op to all claim« I made. I'll pay bark to you o?«ry cent of the purchase price with 0 p*>r cent intereat and fralgbt chargm, I have the reputation ot being the most liberal organ man in the worM. I'm proad of it, and I ahall live op to it at all times. Write for Catalogne and boying plana right now. You will be under no obligation to bay unleea yea want to. CYRUS L.A0LEK, Pres. MlerMfo-Co. TEAK nSIS OUT. EMAIL TO-DAY VhisOrtan won First Prias at ths St. Louis World's Mr. t 50-Year Guarantee THE ADLEK FACTORY Where Wis« People Bay 'Make across in the circle for artrans—or pianos —or bo : h. Or write your name and address on a postal card or in a letter, statiner which you want : —piano or argan description . Don't enclose any : stamp. I pay all charges. Write plainly. : CYRUS L. ADLER, Pres 2902 CtisetniitSt.Leala*llls ,Ky. ! I want your I want pieturesand full dee j W organ book. Wcriptiooaf your piaasa. ; Kama ....... ; Address • County State man mswtioh this sapca I "HNTEKPKlSE." I New Iberia and Nrrflnrn Railroad DAILY PASSENGER SERVICE. SOUTHBOUND No. 1 Lve. 1.00 p. m. 1.85 " 1.45 " 1.55 " • 2.00 " 2.10 " 2.20 " 2.40 " 2.55 " 8.10 " 3.25 " Arr. 4.00 " STATION POKT MAKKE Kos in ARNAUDVILLE Bushville Huron CECELIA Grand Point PARKS ISLE LAUBE Coteau Holmes LOREAU VILLE NEW IBERIA NORTHBOUND No. 2 10.30 a. m. Arr. 10.05 " 9.55 " 9.45 " 9.40 " 9.85 " 9.25 " 9.05 " 8.50 " 8.40 " 8.20 " 7.45 " Lve. Connecting at Port liarre with Frisco and O. G. and N E NEW IBERIA-BATON ROUGE Leave New Iberia 7.45 a in. Leave Baton Rouge 9.55 a m. Arrive Baton Rouge 1.40 p. m. Arrive New Iberia 4.00 p m. United States Express Co., operates over The New Iberia and Northern R. R., to all the principal points in United States and Canada. Phone 304 for any information deäired E. N. BUFFINTON, 6e#erilAfiit, Rev Iberia, Li. THE SAFEST AND QUI8KEST VAY TO TRANSFER MONEY ■■■ékabbbsbsxnnhhnbhi uns bistans I e telephone FM MTB AFKV TO LOCAL MANAKH IV HEILAND TELEPHONE A TELE8RAPH CS. ~TU Mail's MEATE8T STUSF SOULE C0LLS6E. NEW ORLEANS, LA. est nk. CoUeS* Wo rils«»i»iseaataJIeas to mn Ss. •Mta Tkrwsck tke seuesi »Alt« MOM flaraaer asi»U. lsah M ass ANHAUSER-BUSCH GREWItG ÜS&OC1ATIOH ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER I NEW IBERIA ICE & BOTTLING WORKS SUCCESSOR TO ERATH l£E & BOTTLING GO. Ltd SOLE AUBXT3 NEW IBERIA Keg and Bottle Beer. R. A, JACOB New Ibferia. Phone 396. ? P. 0. Box 377. Office Wild City Jubge. PROPERTY FOR SALE. ALL BARGAINS. 265 arpents of içood tillable land, sit uated oil Bayou Teche, four mile» abers St. Martiuviile, also on Southern Pseific Usiiroad, flue residence with oiauire and pecsn (rove, four good tenant houses, ail teams, implements sud feeds also seed cane. Price 911,000, one-thiid sa.h, bal ance in five year*. Large warehouss on Julia Street, near lisin for sale or rent. Property eeiner of Dale and Center streati for sale or rent. 4 improved properties oa E. Washington street. 4 improved pioprieties on Ann Street. Cheap. House and let, Lassalls Street, sevea bearing peean trees. 8 room house, loi 100(144. Price »1750 00. Terms ilouss and lot corner Fultoa sad Las sails, smail store building on premises. Pries 11200.00. 70 arpente imptoved farm lands, good drainage on Jefferson Lake.» Pries $3500.00. Terns. Vacaat lot W. Main SI. oppi site School House. Price $400. Terms. Two vacant lots oa Iberia St. 30x215. Prise $400 eaeh. Biane property on W. Main St. opposite Bernard's Wagon Faetoiy. Plice $2250. Terms. Lot on Cbarles St., 100x150. Priee $550. House and lot on Prairie Ave., sear Cbarles. Price $1460. Bsnthal property on Julis st., $2400. J. G. Boutte propetty " 1000. Call at Pfister Bros. lor aaythiog in tho line ot Jewelry Prices Always light FOR SALE. Clere Building, eoroer Main and Iberia Streets. Reaidenee, Iberia Bear M sin Streets. Residence, Iberia and Centre Streets, fifty Acre Farm oa Southern Paeifie Kail road, one-half Mile from corporate limits. The above properties are all owned by the eetate of Chas. Clere, Sr. Apply to H. F. CLKBC, P. O. Box 810. New Orleans, L a. WANTED—Men to take thirtj day practical course in our m» chine shops, learn the Automobil; business and accept good posi tions. New Oi leans Auto School, l New Orleans, La. tf NOTICE. The undersigned gives notice that àe h is lost or mitpiaeed voucher No. 358 lor $12 ooissu"d by the Pniiee Jury of Ibeiis ^ Parish, dated s*pt. 6, 1910. The P» Hi« j is therefore warned not to negotiate ssa'. SIDNEY PLACKLLA. Eggs For Sale. Single Kose Comb Rhode Island Bed Eggs for s'oek and free range. Keris tered Stock. Orders taken for day-old chieks and Old Trusty Inenbators. ' MKS W .J. CONDON, 85 ' N *w Ih eria. L a J. M. PBERY BOUSE and SIGN PAINTEI, PAPES HAN6EK. Finlshtaf in Hard Oil a Spseialty New Iboria. Lv Subscribe for the Times-Dein _ erat or Picayune through this oi- j fic«, - „ i y I l ' Hiff CoNi-'OATED 7 H a /D Q3 S£hiVER fiblishfd by Euterpie-LeaJer Fub. Co. Ltd dibc.criptioß $1.50 Pe Annum §^JH^Lf. E POLITICAL NtfS. Congressman Josep E. Rans cell, of the Fifth Itriet. will k- a candidate for e United States Senate for theerm begin ning March 13. This is the informa>n which is, "eeeived in politicalircles here und apparently froinn authentic source. That fongrsnian Rad* dell will be a*candate for the 1913 term of th e sited States Senate does not me as.much to the public as the inouncement that he will be a caiidate against Murphy J. Foster,ut they both mean the same tHg, and the st'Ory that Mr Radell is- to run for 'th? 1913 tormnay P rove onP of the most siffntant thinirs in th«« early politieasituation. That announceent does not pome from Cont?r<man Pansdell who has not heem Baton Rouge since the régula session of the Legislature, whe he announced that, he would ba candidate for the United Statten a te, but did not sav what teï- The story is generally circuled in political circle« at the çMtal that Mr. Ransdell has to his political ad visers that he ito b t > a candidate for the "1913 tm," and it comes her,e with suchlirectness that it is believed. As stated, e 1913 term for which Mr. Rarlell is to be a can didate meaus iat he is to be a United States candidate agflst Senator Muriy J- Poster, and that the Nith Louisiana C'on 'rcssman an Governor Sanders will not be pitical opponents. It will be membered that lur ing the extr.session fight, when insurgency . one time ran its hopes high id hoped to capturc the United States Senate seat vacated bvthe resignation of Governor Siders, Congr-ssman Ransdell ct'lined to be drawn into the fight. Congressman Pro^ss^rd, 'rom the Third Dis trict, and «ngressm^n Pu jo, of the Stjvenf istrict. both oanvï to Baton Ro?e and got into the fight. Goernor Sanders elected Judge J. »• Thornton to the Sen ate. and >th Congressmen Brous sard andl'ugo announced that they woid he candidates before the peopf for the 1915 term. <§• against rovernor Sanders. Since his retui from the session of Congres,- Mr. Pujo has confirmed his annaneement that he would be a cadidate for the United States £nate for the term of 1915 —the <*e for which Gover nor Suders will also be a can didat. But Congressman Rans dell :tpt away from that extra sessia Senatorial fight. He wouli not be drawn in it from any -mrter. Thn there was talk that "Noti Louisiana was entitled to "Noti was one °f the United States Sena "torjuips, and 'that Mr. Rans is te man who will represent Noth |Lo pisiana in the United Staes Senate." (overnor Sanders and United Stixes Senator Poster are consid erd to represent south Louisiana —-'oth from the sam e parish and saie city. They are, of course, boh going to be candidates for th United States Senate, but for diferent terms. Senator Foster wll be a candidate for rejelection t< his present term, which ex prcs in 1913. Governor Sanders vill be a candidate for the term »w being filled by United States Jenator Thornton, which does not xpire until 1915. To this term Governor Sanders was elected by he regular session u>pon the death if United States Senator McEn <ry, but he subsequently resigned, n th e hopes of saving the Pa na na Exposition for New Orleans ind appointed Judge J. R. Thorn ton to the vacancy. This appoint ment was then confirmed by the 'Legislature, electing Judge Thorn „ ton, and Judge Thornton subse quently announcing that gnd for different terms in tho Sen j, ag increased the interest taken in the opponents to these would not be a candidate for elec tion at the expiration of his pres ent term. The fact that both Senator Fos ter and Governor Sinders are to be candidates for the United States Senate from the same town. two candidates. Outside of Sen _ j o„ ator Foster and Governor San derg themselves. Congressman Ransdell is considered the most, formidable candidate for the United States Senate in the field. In political strength he is regard ed by many to rank right along with the senior senator and prcs , PUt governor. The report, gen erally accepted as true here .n po lit i ca 'i c i re le8, that Mr. Ransdell j( ^ bg candida te against S-n ator Foster, adds new interest to the political campaign, when viewed from a senatorial stan - point. 'Ill Congressman Pujo is to he a candidate against Governor San dew. S v From the capital political view Kint there have been activities. cretary of State _ Michel has .further solidified his forces, andj here, it is generally accepted as * iettled fact, that Sichel is ço-1 \ What To Do for Sickly Children Letters from Mothers " I wish 1 could induce every mother, who has a delicate, sickly child,to try your delicious Cod Liver and Iron Tonic YINOL. It re stored our little daughter to health and strength after everything else had failed."—M rs . C. W. S tump, Canton, Ohio. Mrs. F. P. Skonnard, of Minne apolis, Minn., writes, "I want to recommend VINOL to every moth er who has a weak or sickly child. My little boy was sickly, pale, and had no appetite for two years. I tried different medicines and doc tors without benefit, but thanks to VINOL, he is a well and healthy boy to-day." C. Allen, of New Bedford, Mass., writes, "My two punychjldrengainca rapidly in fieshaud strength in a very short time after taking VINOL." We positively know VINOL will build up little ones and make them healthy, strong and robust. Try one bottle, and if you are not satis fied, we will return your money. JOHN R. TAYLOR, Ddruggists New Iberia, La. ing to be tbe regular candidate for governor. There has been more talk of Attorney G'ueral Guion beintr a candidate, bui nothing has coni/e from < î inert 1 Gu|on h|mself, and so l":tr the mention of his name in connec tion with the goveiuship cam paign has proved "interesting po litical gossip," but nothing else. Dr. J. B. Aswell. of Natih - tochv'S. is recognized as a candi date for governor, on an aggres sively independent ticket, and this assures an interesting cam paign for the office. There is much speculation heie as to what th e "Good Govern ment League" is going to do, but the political prophets at the cap ital here can throw no light on the subject.—Picayune. Midnight In The Ozarks and yet sleepless Iiiram Seranton of Clav City, 111., coughed and coughed- Ho was in the moun tains on the advice of five doc tors, who said he had consump tion, but found no help in the climate, and started home. Hear ing of Dr. King's New Discov ery, he began to use it. "I be lieve it saved my life." he writes "for it made a new man of me. so that I can now do good work again." For all lung diseases, coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quin sy, its the best known remedy. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by a! 1 drug gists. THE IDEAL MARRIAGE. When the husband gets ready to regard his wife as an equal partner in the marriage firm in stead of as an employee with one share in a million-dollar com pany, or as merely a house-keep er; when he is willing to regard his income as much his wife's as his own and not put her in the position of a beggaij for every penny she gets; when he will grant her the same privileges he demands for himself; when he is willing to allow his wife to live her own life in her own way without trying to "boss" her, we shall have more true marriages, happier homes, a higher civiliza tion.—Success Magazine. woman escapes operation WasCuredbyLydiaEaPiok ham 's Vegetable Compound Elwood, Ind -"Your remedies have cured me and I have only taken siT bottles of Lvdia E. Pinkham's Ve&eta " ble Compound. I » was sicfc three 1 months and could ■ ftred^all the time! The doctors said I could not get well without an opera tion, for I could hardly stand the pains in my sides, especially my right one, and down my right leg. I began to feel better when I had taken only one bottle of Compound, but kept on as I was afraid to stop too soon."—Mrs. Sadie M ullen. 2728 N. B. St., EU Why will women take chances with an operation or drag out a sickly, half-hearted existence, missing three fourths of the joy of living, when they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? For thirty years it has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has cured thousands of women who have been troubled with such ail ^ MaM-,^o"r'»dvl'ce. Your letter ( ■will be abnolnt«ly confidential, and th« advteo tree. ments as displacements, inflammation, u:ceration, tibroid tumo^Jrre^lari ties, periodic pains, backache, indiges tion. and nervous prostration. If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound will help you, write to Mr*. Pinltham at Lynn, FISHERMEN MAY LAWFULLY SELL FISH, Professional fishermen of Lm- '< isiana can catch salt wat. r l'i-h j fo r commercial purpos s duriiu the close season. Such is the opinion rendered Tuesday morning by Mr. Amtos L. Ponder, attorney for the board of commfesioners for the prot-e tiojt of birds, game and fish. Mr. I'ondtT was requested 1" render an opinion on the close season by President Frank M. Miller, of the game commission, rather than force a hardship on the market fishermen because of the provi sions of section of the fish law. This section provides that no salt water fish can be caught in a seine, hoop net, tr</-line. bush line. or set-line between Apr il 1 and June 1. The section, referred to worri d the professional fishermen, who were under the impression they could not catch salt water fish with hook and line during the period mentioned for market pur. poses. They protested to the game commission, and the result was that President Miller re ferred the question to Attorney Ponder. A Victory for Fishermen. Attorney Bonder's decision on the question is a victory for the fishermen. While they will not be permitted to catch salt water fish with seine during April, May and June, there will b- nothing to prevent them from fishing with the lines. The months in ques tion are among the best of the whole year for catching su ep.s-j lijad. croakers. Spanish macke rel, red and other salt waier fi h. The fish are plentiful durin ; that period and they bite freely. Answering Mr. Miller's ques tjioifi on this subject, Attorney Ponder wrote as follows : "With reference to the sale of salt water fish, such as sheeps head, croakers. Spanish mackerel, red fish, etc., caught with rod, hook and line or with hand line, would say that I do not believe the law construed altogether would forbid the sale of such salt water fish during the close sea son for seining. In fact, there is no close season against fishinuj with rod, hook and line, or with hand line for any fish or in any waters of this State, but the law espcially prohibits the sale during a certain period of bass (green trout' or fresh water game fish." Law Not Inconsistent. "Now, if the law would have intended to prohibit the sale of these salt water fish, which the law permits a person to catch, it would have said so directly, as it did in the case of bass and other fish mentioned. It would be fol ly to construe a law that permits a fish to be caught by certain means at all seasons of the year and then prohibit its sale, unless the law specially declared, as it does in the case of bass. etc. "What the law does prohibit is seining while the law does pro hibit is seining while the spawn is on the ground, because thî dragging of the seine millions of eggs Therefore, my tidvice is to enforce the law ac carding to its spirit, written all over the face of it. and with the view of accomplishing the pur pose of the law, rather than be too technical without securing the ob ject sought to be obtained." Touching on the question of po lice regulation, moderations and the best manner to bring about the cause of fish conservation. Attorney Ponder, wrote : destroys "Don't Be Too Technical." "New police regulations chang ing the customs, traditions, and teachings of a people for years and years, should be enforced, it ' is true, but should be done with sueh moderation, justice and fair-i ness, so as to create the least per-j sonal loss, the most trifling incon venience possible, and with the view of creating the least hard ships and causing the least si ble sufferings. "The great cause of conserva tion must be brought about more by the intelligent enforcement of a law and by education and the good will of the people, rather than by the cold technical and rigorous statute rashly enforced, The law you must enforce, but do it sanely, which I know to be your sentiments personally." Another important feature touched on by Attorney Ponder is that of fishing with seine in the Gulf of Mexico, and in this connection he expresses himself as follows: 'Thei Slate of Louisiana has no jurisdiction over the fish, per sons or seings used in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, beyond the jurisdiction of Louisiana. In fact, the seas beyond the geo graphical and jurisdiction limits of. a state belong to all the peo ple of the world, and under in ternational law is considered a common highway. Kicked By A Mad Horse. Samuel Birch, of M\eetown. Mis., had a most narrow escape from losing his leg as no doetor could hea , thp fri?ht f u i sf>re t hat de veloped, but at last Buckley's Arnica Salve cured it completely. Its the greatest healer of ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts. corns, cold-sores, bruises and. piles on earth. Try it. 25c at aii druggists. — | ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Makes Home Baking Easy SAVES FLOUR BUTTER EGGS And makes the cake lighter, finer flavored, more sightly, and insures its freedom from alum. Royml Cook Bool—800 Receipts—Free. Send Name and Address. ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. EVERYBODY'S GAIN An extended parcel post means easier and cheaper transmission of commodities. The more easily and cheaply commodities can be exchanged, the better it is for us, says Bannister Merwin in "Sue cess Magazine." all other thinsrs j considered. An extended parcel p; st bears ihj same relationship i to a crampe i and limited pareei post that good roads bear to bad roads. if you. the farmer, can send your dairy products, in small quantities, to the city by mail more cheaply than and just as quickly as you now send them by express, you are better off. If you, the merchant in a small . town, can order supplies in small If you. the express companies, the jobbers of the transportation business are driven out of ex istence by a cheap parcel post, the country will be better off. Finally, if you, the average cit izen, who desire a postal service that means your full convenience, e an secure an extended parcel post, you will be better off. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, an mercury will mire!y destroy the wnsr of *mr!l and completely derange th«- whole ay stem when entering It through the inueous surlaeen. Such (juantities and get them cheaply | as well as quickly, you are better | off. You can keep abreast of the trade better than you ever j could before. | If you, who live and work in places so reunite front satisfac-,a ory markets that yon can not fully develop the resources of j a cheap, uniform parcel-post rate tbat will enable you to send prod ut'ts profitably 'to a |y part of the country, you will be better off. articles™ ulioul'd nrvpr bo u« il exefpt on pnarrip tlons from reputable physicians, aa tlx; Outturn.' tiny | will do is ten fold to the good you can poaalbly de- I rlvc from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. j. Cheney a Co.. Toledo. O.. contains no nur- s cury. and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In . buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the ; genuine. It Is taken Internally, and made In Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney * Co._ Testimonial, free. ! -. - ! One of the greatest boons that, ever can come to a human being , j 8 h e horn on a farm and! rear ed in the country, says Orison -Vweet Marden in "Success Mag-j a zine." Self-reliance and grit are oftenest country-bred. The country boy is constantly thrown his own resources, forced to think for himself, and this calls out his ingenuity and inventivc n ess. Ife develops better ail round judgment and a more level muscles are harder, his flesh firm or _ and his bra n-fiber partakes () f ^e superior quality. The very granite hiil c . th mountains, the valleys, the brooks. the miracle of the «/rowing crops are every moment registering their mighty potencies in his con stitution, putting iron into his : blood and stamina into his char acter, all of which will help to make him a giant when he comes to complete with the AN ENVIABLE BIRTHRIGHT. vouth. city-bred ! | Despair and Despondency No one but a woman can tell the story ol the suffering, tho despair, and the despondency endured by women who carry • daily burden of ill-health and pain becuuse of disorders and derangements of the delicate and important organs that art. distinctly feminine. The tortures ao bravely endured com pletely upset the nerves if long continued. Dr. Pierce's Fwvorite Prescription is a positive cu/o for weakness and disease of the feminine organism. IT MAKES WEAK WOflEN STRONQ, SICK WOMEN WELL. It allsys inflsmmstion, beats ulceration and soothes pain. It tones and builds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood and motherhood. Honest medicine dealc-s sell it, and have nothing to urge upon you as ''just as good." It is noo-secret, non-alcoholic and has a record of forty years of cures. Ask You» Neighbors . They probably know of some 11 its many cjres. If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure them at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing »"If. mod he will send you a fret copy of his Jrcat thousand-page illustrated cob sios Sense Medical Adviser—revised, up-to date edition, in pnper cover la ha n ds ome cloth-binding, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N ' CITIZENSHIP. that command. To be a Kornau rit zen was greater than t Kinj In th • ancient days to be a man citizen was th • pr »udest (distinction a man could claim, lie could demand protection for his personal rights and bi-i citi zenship compelled obedience to to should« of if, an,| In these modern days if should be the pride of every tii'iu 1" say "1 am an American citizen." There are those who become citizens for personal p£v'!it wi'!i out the slightest regard for the land they live in except what they can extract from it Pride f country would not induce them a musket in defense this applies to native born citizens as well as others, Here is an instance: A weal thy citizen from a neighboring town applied to the court here for citizenship. He proudly admitted that his only object in becoming citizen was that lie might vote fo r parish division. He has amassed wealth in thn country but it has seemingly never oc currcd t > h.Vn that Ire owed some thimr to the land of his adoption, |a land that has conferred so many benefits upon him. By remain ing an alien he escapes certain duties commanded by the state, such as serving on juries and oth er matters of privilege which his neighbors ar,. c impelled tf) ob serve. He reaps all the benefits possible but escapes responsibili ties which are imposed upon oth ers. He never stops to question Ihe injustice of his actions be cause perhaps he does not, con sider it from that viewpoint. In touching upon this question of citizenship the gentleman men tioned is not «■ini'led (Hit as a PC , . " "I" f*llllîîr lHRtflnP^P. A S HIT JIS IMP . . , . i imf'S KnOWS hf IS PStimftblP in /» wt i P\'*r\ W fl\ \ îl lïliîlll Ol WOJllth ftTHl ; n fl 1 îoiwr» « ï < j wi.ll ac nrwencvinn pOSSf SS1MÎ5 the esteem of all who knOW him, and it was the«e considerations that, induct'd th'i reference to citizenship. His case is that of many others but as his home is close by the illustration becomes more striking. To moralize a moment,: f'iti jzenship is not valued as it should be hv those who possess it. It is vastly more than a convenience to s TV,, some selfish end antl nat uralized citizens should be com pelled to acknowledge its worth. —Lake Charles Press. With the passing of the days f >o : , H j( . a , rnatt: . rs ar ,. h Speculation is rife as to what Congressman Broussard will do in the coming election, what posi tion he will lake. Some of his friends arc urging him to run for Senator, and others want him to announce himself foi Governor. ■ing simpli fied, ami we believe that within a few weeks we will have a fair insight of the situation.- Avoyel s Enterprise.