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School Supplies of all Kinds THE JOURNAL BOOK STOIE State Hunting License Can be Law' fully Issued to Minors. The question has been raised since the new game law went into effect, as to whether hunting licenses could be issued to minors. Up to the present time the sheriff's otfice here has refused to grant licenses to minors, and Sheriff Reid took the matter up with State Auditor Paul Capdevielle, askinr for instructions. Today Mr. Reid received the follow ing letter from Mr. Cupdeville: Baton Rouge, Oct. 2, 1908. Hon. D. J. Reid, Sheriff and Tax Collector, Lake Charles, La. Dear Sir:-Answering your favor of 29th ultimo, beg leave to state that the attorney general has ruled that you can issue minors a hunting li cense. Yours very truly, PAUL CAPDEVILLE, Auditor Public Accounts. From this time on youthful nimrods will be given hunting licenses by call ing at the sheriff's othce and paying over the $1 fee. Heavy Rain Wednesday. A heavy rain fell here Wednesday afternoon that will delay threshing for several days, at least. It came with but little warning, the previous day having been clear and bright, so that many planters were caught with their rice unprepared for the rain. Read Journal Ads. 1 1IT o C A L I F O R N I A S$35.00 from Welsh! One way Colonist Tickets on Sale Septem tember 1st to October 31st, 1908, inclusive 90 VIA 2Southern Pacific a Through train daily, oil-burning locomotives, - Pullman Tourist Sleepers, Chair Cars and - Coaches. . Rate per berth in Tourist Sleeper, New Or leans to San Francisco, $5.75. Ask your agent for information and literatur6, or write G. E. GUEDRY, DiV. Pass. Agt., F. E. BATTURS, Gen. Pass. Agt., Lake Charles, New Orleans. C" THE SAFEST AND0 QlKEL WAY TO TRANSFd MONEY Is BY I""T tSTANCE TELEPHONE fOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER h AN OPINION. If the opinion of the attorney-gen eral of Louisiana i, good law, the Shreveport brewery can continue to do business in that city after prohibi tion goes into effect January 1st, and furnish the amber liquid in wholesale quantities as usual. But what the at torney-general says is merely his opinion, and is not necessarily the, law. His interpretation entirely de feats the purpose of the prohibition ists, which, undoubtedly, was to make Shreveport "dry" from the brewing and wholesale point of view, not less than from the retail. It is rensona blh sure that if the brewery insists on doing business after the saloons close on January 1st, the case will be taken into court and probably an injunction will be applied for. If beer can be sold by wholesale in Shreveport un der the attorney general's construc tion of the law, that only the retailers were reached by the prohibition elec tion, it would seem that the wholesale whiskey houses might also continue in business, and thus Shreveport would be as wet as ever, and the late victory of the prohibitionists a mock ery of all their hopes and purposes. To run out the saloons and leave the brewery and the wholesalers is merely to drive the enemy's infantry off the field and leave his artillery in full action. -Rust on Leader. Polish at Jones Bros. Polish at Jones B~ros. 170 STUDENTS o Placed in Good Paying Positions During the Past Sixty Days e Is the record made by the Tyler SCommercial College, of Tyler, Texas. We make a special effort to see that every student who enrolls with us is thoroughly qualified in the shortest : possible time and at the smallest pos sible expense to hold a good position as bookkeeper, stenographer or oper. i ator. and then to see that the student gets the position. We have the best organized employment bureau ever connected with a commercial school. Just as sure as a young man or e woman enters the Tyler Commercial College and applies himself as a stu dent should, just that sure is he that s he will soon be in a paying position. This school is endorsed by presi dents of b ksad of railroads, large lumber Io , lawyers, judges, t etc., ¥ i ,e best commercial e school ~ erica. It is endorsed by ministersn religious organizations of various kinds as 'being a most e moral institution, and one that pays special attention to the moral train e ing and character-building of its stu 1 dents, as well as to the developing of a thorough, practical knowledge of bookkeeping, business training, short hand, typewriting and telegraphy. Write for catalogue, read the en dorsements and be convinced. AT THE FAIR. While at the fair, either at San Antonio, Dallas or Hot Springs, be 6 sure to see the exhibit of the Tyler * Commercial College. It will be an elaborate and interesting one. For Sore Feet. "I have found Bucklen's Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet, as well as' for healing burns, sores, cuts, and all manner of abrasions," writes Mr. W. Stone, of East Poland, Maine. It is the proper thing too for piles. Try it! Sold under guarantee at all druggists. 25c. Read the flodel Gro cery's ad. Why James Lee Got Well. Everybody in Zanesville, O., knows Mrs. Mary Lee of rural route 8. She writes: "My husband, James Lee, firmly believes he owes his life to the use of Dr. King's New Discovery. His lungs were so severely affected that consumption seemed inevitable, when a friend recommended New Discovery. We tried it, and its use has restored him to perfect health. Dr. King's New Discovery is the king of throat and lung remedies. For coughs and colds it has no equal The first dose gives relief. Try it! Sold under guarantee at all druggists O50c. and 61.00. Trial bottle free. Woodl Wood! Just re ceived a car Iqa/ of heart" pine wood. AVthe Welsh " Wood Yard, office Jones' a Feed Store. a BIG CIRCUS AT LAKE CHARLES. Barnum and Bailey Show to Ex 3r hibit There October 28th. S. - at It is a pleasure to announce the is fact that on October 28th the Barnum st and Bailey Greatest Show on Earth, s will give two performances in Lake SCharles, thus affording an opportun ity to the people of this city to visit it the greatest amusement enterprise the t world has ever known. 3r For fifty-four years the Barnum 1. and Bailey show has led the world in all matters pertaining to big amuse. ments. There is not a country on " earth where it is not as well known as tt in America, nor a city of any size in 1 the world where its mammoth tents have not been pitched. Royalty has re applauded it and the peasantry has ' marveled at it, and all the world, civ l ilized and savage, has contributed to Y its multiplicity of attractions. IS The spirit of its great founder, one 't of the most wonderful men in all his ' tory, P. T. Barnum, still lives in the " policy of the present management, - while the perfect system put into op eration by the great James A. Bailey, f is still in operation. This season the show is much larger than ever before, and additional interest attaches to it because the parade, a feature which for several seasons has been missing, is again in its customary place. For four years artists, sculptors e and mechanics have been working day r and night at the foreign work-shops of the show at Stock-on-Trent, Eng land, building this great street pageant and the result of their labors is now expressing itself in the most costly and longest street parade that ever a passed through the streets of any city. e The program in the great exhibition Z tents opens with a new spectacle. The acts that follow are all European and f of great novelty and variety. Of the r 375 performers, nearly 300 have never toured America before. The climax " of the bill is the most daring and aw ful exhibition of nerve and death-dar ing ever attempted. The act is called "Autos that Pass in the Air." As the name briefly explains, it is the passing of two automobiles high above the heads of the people, while leaping a fifty footgap. The velocity is gained by a lightning-like dash down a steel incline, one machine hugging close behind the other. A sharp upward terminal of the track sends the auto mobiles up into space. One gracefully arches across the gap to a spring platform, the other turning a complete somersault around it and landing be. hind it. The circus this season numbers fi 1,500 people, 700 horses, 108 cages of animals, 5 railroad trains, 20 camels (t and nearly.all the elephants in Ameri ca. She Likes Good Things. Mrs. Chas. E. Smith, of Wee b Franklin, Maine, says: "I like good k things and have adopted Dr. King's New Life Pills as our family laxative i medicine, because they are good and di do their work without making a fus L about it." These painless purifiers 01 are sold at all druggists. 25c. Weak Heart Action There are certain nerves that control the action of the heart. When they become weak, the heart action is impaired. Short breath, pain around heart, choking sensation, palpi tation, fluttering, feeble or rapid pulse, and other distressing symptoms fol low. Dr. Miles Heart Cure is a medicine especially adapted to the needs of these nerves and the mus cular structure of the heart itself. It is a strengthening tonic that brings speedy relief. Try it. "For years I suffered with what I thought was stomach trouble, when the doctors told me I had heart trouble. I had d many remedies, when the Dr. Ofles' almanac came Into my ha dsand I concluded to try Dr. Mi~'J ert Cure. I have taken three ttles, and now I am not suffertng at all. I am cured and this medicine did it. I write this in the hope that It will attract the at tention of others who suffer as I did." MRS. D. BARRON 804 Main St., Covington, 4. Your druggist sells Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, and we authorize him to return price of first bottle (only) If It falls to benefit you. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Polish a t Jones Bros. and district U WANTED-ARIDER AGENTN sample Latest Model "Il an Hr bicycle furnished by us. Ouragents everywhere a making money fast. V-rte ýfi fl aricralars asd special offer at once. N ) M11 ". E(ItJ.QULI I I) yu;1 you recei ane i .roveof your bicycle WedI to anyone, anywhere in the U S. without a cent dcpos in advance, preye frigh am allow TEN DAYS' FRIlE TRIAL during which time you may ride te biccle ad put it to any test you wish. If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense and Jou will not be Mto cenlit. FACTORY PRICES We furmish the highest grade bicycles it is possible to mak at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save tor to m$2 iiiddlemen's prolesa by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer's g5M antee behind your bicycle. DO NOT BUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyonr at any :Crice until you receive our cat-lo:-~uc and learn our unheard of .factr rices and remarkable special offers to rider,agents. YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED when~ receive our beautiful catalogue and study superb models at the wondter/il . : .. .akc yo his :Car. lWe sell he hlgihest grade bicycles for less 1m1ne than any other factory. We are satisfie with S.oo profit above factory colt BIC'on LE DEIALRIS. you ean sell our icycles under your own name plate at double our prices. Orders filled the day eived. SECOND HAND BICVCLES. We not re, l"rl 'ar!'P second hand bicycles, bat rusually have a number on hanr, t":ken in trai '- , or ic" .retail tores. lThese we clear out Spromptly at prices ranging from :S; into V, or . . acr; .;e I r in lists mailed free. COASTER-BRAKES, slls le wileelt. , ,rtlol r, fr h:tirs ay4 l edaf, parts, repairs ad Sequ_:.i:,:: of all kinus at hal tkhe retail jrces. $ HEDWTHOR: 'N TURE-PROOF U.8 i SELF-HE L ITrlis n- MaAIR The regular retlal rice ol these tires is $.O pro pair, bu't face we will , sell yiuasr nhlrc*amrlur~.80(i j : ' "d,' 4.5. -SS. 0 MORE TROUBLE FRO! ' Fr 'URE NAILS, Tacks or (;lasas will not let the air out. Sixty thonua, d pairs sld la: t year Overtwo hundred thou ,and -ai" nw v it. ::'". DE ORIPTION! M-dein":. . I-ii: - andeasvriding,verydu:Thlea::i.4 ,,t.: s, "~, : a special quality of ruiber, which never 'leco s a por usaand which close ":r st:..: .iict:res wit . 1 ngtheair toes.ape. We havehuudreds of letters fromn sati i ai" ie tilok rubber treadl fiedc:s:omers stating that their tireshaveoiilybeen pumped Ad" and pnncture stri U " - uponceortwiceinawholeseason. l'iieywteihno iorti and ",). alorim stKp t i ' ^e.a ', "r'.,*r. the nnnrture resistingo-ialitiesbeinggiven to n.inott rif m cutting. Thisý by several layers or tcau, spoac. - --.c- a-o, o t.. fir,- wn"f outlast any other tr ,' T'heregularpriceofthese tires i$ .operpairbutfor '* make-."#)'T. ELASTIC as4. .ngpur;-o.. w: are; n:ir;a' ,aecial f: -iv..-vl. ct to I 1 ' t G. the rider 0of only y. per pa:r. ..,l urders shippe,, sn,:i: diy le' - : " s'hip C. C. D. on approval. You do not pay a cant until you have exa,.,iucd and iuunu .Ii.. sil cly? as represented. We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent (thereby making the price S4.55 pr e pair) if yOU send FULL C'AS WI'iTH (i tlE t and enclose tl.is advertisement. We: will also send one nickel plated brass hand pump. Tires to be returrne' at OUK expense if for any r'ason they art not satisfactory on examination. we are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as in a bank. If you order a pair of tFese tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster, wear better. last longer and I ak finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price. We know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order, We want you to send us a trial order at once, hence this remarkable tire offer. IF YOU NEED TIRE S don't buy anykind at any price until you send for a pair o F YO .,. D T S , . Hedgethorn Puncture-Proof tires on approval and trial.a the special introductory price quoted above; or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual prices. DO NOT WAIT but write us a postal today. DO NOT TIIINK O" BUYING a bicycle ora pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful offers we are making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write it NW., 1. L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL BEST FEED LOWEST )RICES Jones Brothers Excellent Health Advice. Mrs. M. M. Davidson, of No. 379 Gifford Ave., San Jose, Cal., says "The worth of Electric Bitters as a general family remedy, for headache, biliousness and torpor of the liver and bowels is so pronounced that I am prompted to say a word in its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflictions. There is more health for the digestive organs in a bottle of Electric Bitters than in any other remecW I know of." Sold under guarantee at all druggists. 50c,. Don't \o et the Big Piano Contest atMhe Southern Mercantile Co., Ltd.