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looking to the United States for financial relief. Eventually, when everybody else is taken of, it is possible we may be able to do something for ourselves. Optimistic reports continue to float out from the arms confer ence, but up to date none of them appear to have exactly lit. After reading all of the varied; reports that are being sent out from Washington ones point of view seems to be conspicuous for its lack of a point. Will some one kindly men tion the league of nations oc casionally? We don't want to forflet the dear thing entirely. TTie open door in China is aqain worrying everybody but China. • And still, if the excitement •dies down entirely in Washing ton there emains the possibil ity that Mr. Hughes will open his mouth and make another noise. The former emperor of Aus tria would be quite justified in scaring un a board grin. He has induced the allies to shin him to Materia and pay his house hold expenses. The dav« of -wars are not over for the simple reason that the days of man are still here. True, limitation of arma ments may.redtice taxation, but who wants to forego the priyi lefle. of braggiw! over the size of his income tax? Evidently the government of Bifvarin is hungrv. since it is arranging to punish all heavy eaters. The eaters ought to let the government fill up first. Compliments are invariablv uppreciated except when fol lowed bv a touch. LITTLE THOUGHTS TÇPICS. ON BIG By F. W. Barber. Will hell break loose again? We don't know. Neither do >u. Neither do those digni gentlemen in Washington. Nobody knows. Naval construction may be limited, warships may be scrapped or sold to Henry Ford, armies ma* be reduced, and all sorts of covenants may be signed by the governments of Christendom. But even such drastic meas ures as these will be no guar antee against future wars. lite money kings have not spoken. As long as there is money to be made out of war there will be more wajs, smi everybody knows that war affords the golden opportunity for profi teering on a gigantic scale. Th« international bankers, the amp bâilders, thé munitions niants and the manufacturers of war supplies of every nature til malts huge profits from Wir, an example, look around « Alt, Note the thousands of r to the anny of the rid). Look at the men mm ,3 ■-> mn «*» tha nal MIKE'S EFFUSION ! If the American people «et 1 much richer some of us will have to get poor again in order to become conspicuous. Prohibition has proven quite successful in spots. But wheitc are the spots? By the way, is congress still in session, or are they loafing < aroun( f } n Washington, or have thoy aI1 Ronc . home? If those birds (lon - t niakc ano thcr noise soon it will look suspicious Although he is surrounded by the high dignitaries of the world, they say Mr. Hughes re mains as cool as a cucumber. Of course you know just how cool a cucumber is. If Mr. Harding continues to keep his mouth shut he may slide into history as the fellow who didn't say it. When a fellow becomes too ( wis c for his day we just put him ( down for a fool and let him rip. i The happiest day in the avc rage man's life is when his de —* J —*•-— 1 — : - voted mother-in-law pops in for a month's visit. Beware how you tell people you are happy every day of your life. Only the weak of mind are allowed that privilege. Occasionally we hear of some fellow who never says an un kind word to his wife. But that isn't strange. It requires in ordinate courage in some cases. When the average college graduate returns home with his sheepskin in his hand he is pre pared to revolutionize the world. But if dad is wis e he begins the revoluting first. Keep smiling, but don't con tract that silly grin that won't come off. who count their wealth in mil-. lions who before the war were only moderately well off. Where did all of this sudden wealth come from? From war. Do these birds want more war profits? They do. War profiteers' are singing softly at present because the plain people of the world are aroused. It is not good policy for them to buck public opin ion just now. A waiting game promises better results. They know from long ex pedience that the public soon forgets. * It has forgotten in thepast, and it will forget again. Then the man who fattens on war will raise his head and make another noise. That noise will not be a demand for peace. How can we previ wars among civinxed people? Very simple. There is an ef fective Way of putting an end to all wars for a& t ; nv to come. Instead of sending young men—poor men—to do tfie most of the fighting, let the gov* froments of the world enter Into an iron bound covenant whereby the rich and the pow beads of the big bonking Institutions, the own ItV. , GREAT to bp i waft Health may be yours, you suffer ers from kidney and bladder trou ble! Abundant health! Freedom from pain, irritation! These are yours by right! Consider the case of Ben Ingouf, Ex-U. S. Marshal of Shreveport, La. Mr. Ingouf says: For the laat tea years I hart been tiling mtdicinc which I thought would relieve me of kidney end blad der trouble, and all have failed. 1 have triad three bottlea of HOBO Kidney end Bladder Remedy and it haa done me more good than any thing 1 ever need. I recommend It highly to anyone aufferlng from kid ney and bladde der troublée. BEN INOOUP. Made from native herbs that grow in the piney woods of Louisiana, KWrwy*.! hol and habit-forming drugs. A remedy of sterling worth and merit ia pure, clean, and free from alco >1 and edy of sterling for all kidney, bladder and pros tate gland disorders. Buy a bot ye troubles! And start on the rosd to glowing health! Price $1.20 at all druggists. Made by HOBO Med. Vfg. Ca« of Shrevenort, La. ers and directors of shipping plants, officers and directors of munitions plants, sleel compa nies and war manufacturing concerns generally—every man who makes money out of war —let these be the first to be re quired to shoulder a gun and trudge forth as buck privates and meet the first shock of bat tle. Heresy? Possibly so, from the modern point of view. Unheard of? Certainly not. Consult your history. In earlier ages, when the higher a man's station the red der the blood that flowed in his veins, the great of the na tions marched at the head of their armies and were the^first 1 m J J ' to meet the foe. They did not sit back in swivel chairs and send the less fortunate forth to do or die. Have you ever traveled in a land of half civilised people? Or are you familiar with the | history of our own country when the Indians ruled the plains? If so you know that the savages of standing in the tribes were in the thick of the fight and setting an example to their followers. When the war drums sounded wealth became of secondary consideration to them. Their only desire then 2» U> agh.--.nd fight «hey The blood of the mighty was red in those days. Now don't laugh—but can you imagine the Rockefellers and the Morgans end the other money kings doing that? Wouldn't it jar you to see such a sight? But you won't. ■ o A NEW IBERIA MAN'S XZ9E1 IENCE. C ab 70« Aeabt the evidence of this M«w Iberia eittam? Yoa ««a verify New Iberia eadorae aeat Ask yoar a«ixkbor! J. M. Cotkran, railroad engineer, 412 W. Mala St, says: "I . waa troubled wftk a Imy acke acroae St sa|ll at my back aad wkea Z waa «a my imt «ay laagth «I tine, akarp paias * weat, ÉfMgk mm. My kidaeys vers ia a auk as adh iaa «ad the secretions wen tarsL X begaa «slag Doaa's Xid aay ftUa aad th* <**» bvotfht rt* Ulf. Ccatiased aaa of Doaa's entirely «I n« m» «I my back, 4h« arfy kidaaya ngilaity a gai*. I have had ao re al th« trubU * Prie* Me, at all daslen. Doa't simply a Udacy wa « d y—gat Doaa'« Pill»— th« mm that Mr. Coth Ptstar-MUbaia Co, Mfn.. N. Y.—Adv. "ninth in » years. Ind* Nov. 90. Stale ft»«* was robbed of 112,000 to I currency snd Liberty Hie safe h eg I with the aid of sa TREASURER'S REPORT. Report of the Treaaurer of the Parish of Iberia to the Police Jury of Iberia Par iah, La., for the month of November 1921. New Iberia, La., Dec. 1st, 1921. Nov. 1st, 1921, caah on hand last report, receipts during November $10,079.23 Nov. 12th, received from the Bank of Loreauville, net pro ceed note, due Jan. 12th, 1022 3,000.00 Nov. 12, Received from P. A. Landry for taxes Oct. settl. For licenses, Oct. settlement 6.10 2.38 Total receipta during Nov $3,008.48 $10,079.28 Total balance and receipts . .$13,087.76 DISBURSEMENTS. Secretary Treasurer $150.00 15.20 371.40 62.50 20.00 ' 4.00 30.40 75.00 22.50 141.05 1876.85 106.50 75.ÖO Office expenses Police Jury Official Journal Convictions City Court Jurors and Witnesses Maintainance Court House .... Coroner salary t Board of Health, Vital Static. Justice and Constables Roacis Bridge Tenders Farm Demonstrator Vats i 386.25 Paupers * 20.00 Bonda (Arlitt's) 7000.00 Coupons (Arlitt's) 1410.50 Janitor salary 75.00 Jurlge and Marshal City Court.. 125.00 Bridge Across Bayou 880.61 Barke Highway 57.87 Total disbursements during November December 1st, 1921 Cash ( hand ROADS. Wards — Credit Bal, 1 2 $610.09 4 !!"!!!!!!!!" 342.71 5 6 7 8 Gen Sinking Fund— Credit Credit . .$12,905.73 .$ 182.03 Debit bal. $28.04 179.89 804.14 273.57 38.62 354.80 12.14 Construction Fund $4217.18 497.48 2251.59 818.24 3361.71 965.97 1467.64 3715.81 $4463.67 4829.66 35.51 Debit $25.25 .45 63.46 50550.01 15.85 Reapectfully submitted. 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You sell a pound of beef, on the hoof at the yards, for ten cents. Then you go downing town to a restaurant and pay a j dollar for it. That does not mean, however, that somebody, j or even a group of some bodies,, has been profiteering to the | tunc of 5)0 cents. Perhaps no- ; body has profitercd. You have j been paying for service. Nat urally you didn't want to and dress your own beef, and cook your steak on a sharpened stick over an open fire in the woods. You wanted all tne trimmings—the orchestra, tho fable linen, the silverware, etc. And, most of all. you wanted somebody to take that steak and keep it on ice for you with a cook and a fire waiting, so that! when you stepped into the res- 1 taurant and said, "gimme a good porterhouse steak," you could have it right on the spot. You wanted the service. Every body wants service. "A witness before the Joint Congressional Commission of Agricultural Iniuiiry," says Chairman Anderson of Minne cota, "put the elements of mer chandising in the following order: First, the exact article or the exact typo of goods de sired or that will ultimately satisfy; second a pleacing en vironment and pleasing, de pendable quality of service; third, quality of merchandise, and last, price. "Goods are sold not so much by offering a price as by offer service, convenience, de- pendability, reputation, credit, The consumer pays for all of this, says Mr. Anderson. "It is like the invisible lax, easy to pay because it is not apparent. In general, 37 cents of the con sinner's $1 represents the cost of producing the article; 14 kill;cents represents all profits and 19 cents I he cost of service.' Farm Life. 666 curse Bilious Fever. —o THERE IS VIGOR IN RICH BLOOD. Pepto-Mangan in Liquid or Tablets—« * Blood Builder. Vig0r Bnd #trenRth have ai ric h red blood. 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