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VOLUME XXVI)I ST. FRANCISVILLE, WEST FELICIANA PARISH. LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL . 1919 NO. 12i WHAT'S YOUR WORRY? THIS QUESTIONNAIRE MAY SOLVE PROBLEM The goveranment alread' Is epilast, , tag the Victrity Liberty lAnn whichl will be hloated ti Aipril, in orde-r that the pe'oler nliny start js' tinr for theb purpole' of li, itrting In holstls , tha, "IV'I torty issue " The folleiwinl brief questionnaire shouuli lead I.i hlarlfv the ntind of any reader regardlng the Victory oIsis: Q Thel war belng over. tisty li there need of atilthtr great boliulitl' war loan' A The' ieroce'eds from the FPoulnh l4oans. acriording to Ms(ec'retitry ,f the. Treaeury (blass, were elhaslu."t'd last IhN-ceTber, and the govrrttli'nt luistl have billions msore' with lt ih to saintain our for·r,- oeet'trtea'. btlla the Victors hori' anid carry tut tri r construc'tion plaln Q if I'ncl t ssm' se ritiong ibo Is elapty, how Is lie' laying Islle aftier war .ll'llpes A This iI being done witl to inet borrowed frooi thlee banks at the ralte of tO#o.fl)ior.t ever . two was ks'. hort term antletll tion ce.tifl('iat'- if tindetlbht edaess bt.ing Issuedd in retllrn Q An Inng as the bank" are ad vancing the mooney, why not let them Clntllinue to do so? A Blecau' Int order to e'ontilnae to stIeod credit to the butlne-s+ initerestsl big and little of the countwy tihe banks Must geat back this money -anlountintf to tu per cent of thei' ll rtltre re lourre't'-whrIcn it Ifalls due, a- only thus can thie pruspe'rlty we now enjoy be tcontinutled Q. Will tile Viettory Loan be' of feretl to i le pelrell ' " cl n it i ,sUeilsl*i-ettla assl., tor aill their paLt rilt -tlI again be appealthid tit" A. lSectre-taty (las asiy! the Ipa trlutltsi of tle Atuierticl pi'tcli will be rel t Uloin toi snd the loan t nrla phantly 'rit r the tlop" It, howetser, will be wade partlicularly attracltive at to rate of interetl and period of ia HYGIENE OF OLD AGE ('it-ero itrvie'' got ;; ( fitsr ii li frmli the truth ans hen het ' ated th,,t uld age il ilt i t self s al ittll",r s Iliud t.el so far is tilt! age' fromi hallig .1 i litl'h,i that the cil et .itan et-t,(lty in it ia ,, to mtait of thte' I ,ltt!i tsiilis that fliftll et atid oftfit kill tio' taiitsy't hilt t1ite1 l4dt ('lioe n aas 1hatl lth e lilis - ruiitlitli 4loa i i t iti' aedilt itlil it. ' ass:elsX!atila aniti l ether INia ire. are l"st tile sl (t,.tall Ihth y sere . hit! thai alre' l tlet tli'cts'Pedt thet clock is reinniing dutotw stir thet key is lient lhil l the r cli;sn t r lr is ; t 0*,eO4e lt1illa t i ll t it if sI ll . "'*1 14111It' tilr utill II III hl k l c'"i1t i r Mlitte' perrast I tlilat hink tIist it arst' making a ultitrtt Itte eii it oiaslt a E~x Ilr c .ce'. but the re. is ts fact glre'at dlffrer le, i ll .Lt ill ni itt li 1wh Italiti 41i it hats' i litt lie plt iat i ht ill growl' dis asei t'f litle' rl ,l t iis h rllts ils o ot' that ot litgich hlie icttt nliutrllat tid shitn ansd fiati' se Ie' ttic'' i he' ils fair tresti ilei'tg an ii' lii it h lte ilt'ls are. mte re'l sle tlti t io tw ett h'l ' h ie t e i clown Il ith l i) l Th'ic Il e rsu'ogsi iti o |t t s.f lthat fact bilgs thie krhc letulg.l' i isrot Io treat thcl sged gtin tiilth tild it tick That otld gilld i tt la'*'e'tsdl (cilihclslt is sasothler sat tas that is far fremis f'a't It Io the' lrv asiltithes s.f lr.htidhwl'1 as far as the' tlspollsel' ti elito'tls' Is conce'erncetu for, iheirs tl stait hi re at'tionst a ats ini'l. attsd at Irt') sliuhI t'tsld tics) t' ciiarked hiii it ritMin fete'r tsr uccelerationti (of the pilette Paltl ials Slea l ar'actt it the' is li t their eil'tsoi are bluntctld nissad lre s'nt citntit te liss perfect The YrincIIs dientas tef idtsci'sn'ed I!fe' are' teos' esf the lihent, atriteishs. kidneys ani tlitl iiatt rga, ttil Th'ie Tlth stin tnla 'icit i lldt le Ih pte!l sI thel old. for the' oaiulhl itsisariabi kill atl, ThI fulfll tinclt of the weil ot'd Intall illlt tlso flll t hl ta, l tlit rl lh le f fIod rattio ne hriryl noi wrs~ , li exl,.es in food oir tlrisk itl, aishucs ,usf ilui alud hibl a sa'.slcu'u etii' Ilsake the is,. : 5sr'etfett'tts ' s'f frsit., ciiilk. e lite'e' slsd salads, tsetlie'ratkotl ini tihes tie of r.r5ff5,1. tid ten ce'Slly teof cfle,' pIs le't o.f sltit i'i'sr'eee' oitd ors, i ht sr isice houttrs' rest in twe. urisl 'e'pttsi with ep'li a iisdows. The toachitig of thlift its the ste hOlhs should aitihi it an tsistrtabhl tIhne cause the acc'ucllshttionts oef very large amountst f oi5ls') ) bfi Yhec'actg lets pie of l oulsliais anld tcake the' stale one of the iieuvsie'Id rteters tif the oountry. . ... . . . - - . . --- - - - - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . "Let's Finish the Job!" The Obligations of Peace- To Care for Our Soldier Boys Abroad To Bring Our Soldiers Home Again To See Demobilization Through To Pay Every Dollar of War Insurance To Give the Soldier His Pay Envelope To Rehabilitate the Wounded Men To Sustain Hospitals for Our Soldiers To Pay Our War Debts r i o ' To Preserve a LASTING PEACE The War is won, but the bills must be paid. The suc cess of the Victory Liberty Loan is your job. You are lending, not giving your money, and your Government guarantees its return with interest. "Let's Finish the Job I " Buy today.·*cd or intatllments. VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS CONTRIBUTED TO THE SUCCESS OF THE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN SY The True Democrat - ,,, . __ .. - "_ --22 -2- - - - 2".- 2 . - -" -. -_ .........-- -'- "- - - 2 -... - ....c. ,.. 1. - q PASS ALONG YOUR GARDEN KNOWL[EDGE Givo the NoIhbeore the Bnefit Of Yur Sueeeoe In RIeiin. vegetakee. 11ii. experlenced gardeners of a nloigibbrhood will ind profit Y well as pleaslure Into the formatlior of a Ib ,el garden cluh The mlleetings eran be conducrted o the basis o( @eapert Ience meetings (to the mutual advan tree of all; hlegianers should take advantage of the eperlience of lu reNi l cx'al gardeners In plannlnlg their otpeatrofs Many valuableo hints can thus be obtalied that can not be found In books or papers on gardening Plant proved sorts In suliclent quantlty only to eupply the tableo and to meet the anningr and drylng rt quIrementa Make the seed supp9 100 per cent efficielnt Tell your neighbor the sotts thle did bet for tou last year and bow you treated them to secure the beet results Point out the "doa't" as well as the "do" It gardening. Help the other fellow to help himself. W'rlite to the. Eztelaion DivlsallO IAulIlsinA rState t!nivesrity, for bullo tins and circularte s gardenias. HIG;H YIELDING COTrON VARIETIES PAY 33r The beat yieIdlInl varieties o eel itn produce twenty, thirty, and evos fully wper cent more cotton thln the po'.er valiell*ais, as shown by reports )f iloutllilcn .lperiment station., s :ulrdslt| to ' It Pertins. directour ol ttlnsion, loullsialla state 'nivereity. 'i''h" ppulate vlarielta' of sultto hahcit ti raldl),I, on aciount of new sisl ,tti hoUIgIht out and old olce r'enauised, ihi it It dillflcilt to naie the lo ,"tl ºarltlte," says Pl'rof Perkins, "''le lisiptrtant point Is that the vari elty should be purr, that Is, every stalk should be similar in appearance and in productive capacity to evetly otbe stalk The sat of making the best cot. ton crop on a ivenu piece of land ean tlts inL having as many stallks as there Iy Itel for of a varietrly in which cv. e'r" stalik wit produce Its full quota of cotton A nmiatd or hybrid varliety will never do this, becaustu a great many of the stalks will be barren or will be 'shy' ptodur'cyr. Uniformity in celor and general appearance are very gIood Indlications of viety. "it would be unwise, however, for ootton faIrtuers to depend wholly upon Improved seed as a meaass of Inerc, log yieldh, tor it must be ,lrlneebeeed that I fertlllt oll is the liostl Imped tauit factor In '.urccstul rotton gIrow hla It Is a eer) poor policy, indeed ', pWlant er) uoor lbued in ocotul at ------4-+-- "WHIERE ARE THE NINE?" The chaplaln of a reglment on the cte.lrnl front, us hl. rounds before tht, fIghting ceased. met ra olfoer ot the same reaiment who seemed to hlave qotluethlihg ot hl. mind. "I thlnk I am due to maie you a confesilon, padre." he said at last wllt In ,,tnbarrasseli lulha "Two night. ago, durhtal a heavy barrale, our tsle. phone, lnes were 'hot out. I found I had to get over to the mraor's eamr ataasd post, three or tour bundred ylrds away As I looked out, it seemd to sno the shells were dropplnlg 8aln the road Itke a Wsltern hallstorm ,but I had to go jLis the same I don't mind elllnlg the wurld that I was alred go(od and plenty "I haveni't said a prayer slne. I was s ]ltlle bee' and never expected to say siiother, hut as I went I found myseit pravlnl to (d as naturally asi If I had bets pra'ylnl alt my ilfe long Some wa, I got over and somewat I lot back allhougth It didn't mms palsible that anlu col, ld do either It wasn't un til thci' that It came ov,r ria how 1n llglnrtltly anld how mllghllil I had pray· i'd durlill that slellInlg, ad I said to ue'st'1t Ithat Iher' wa owily one way utl it if I p',yed ilk' lithnder whets I was hielaig shelled. I should bI' a tiagiIit) ) low ttIw ti thslag It I stOgiPed Irs)leal Jlull hw'claase I aeaan'l hIlnl slhlllll It slat, see@mefd to e. t1ha the ultetst tlsilag to d(o was to own up, nad a I nitadite' t; a italat tat tel'l yoe that stow a'','r) eItgltl it's sayilnl tIs) prsyets" -i;.l bless youl. and keep It up"' ulnl S(lh chapllln As he' went Isisw ay te' chanplait thotgllhll tf he lest Iheaied Iepers, only (lllil (iI |lhrltt Cae l cll tO Y S|V l lhl)l "'J o.t HItlest e n lan In hIna1ce hal hlad mllns('tllulnl (Iof ttrl Itltise elipri. estee' he' said to hlmsclf "Why don't Ithe) all resmember it afterwards?"