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S FARMERS GRICULTURAL COMMIT MED BY PRESIDENT OF ASSOCIATION. SDIVERSIFICATION I Cass Mcney Has Been Ad For Silos ann D p ping Vats. Nei' t)ri anl -' Sezecultive acrt 'f L1. M. t of the Ii innU Statr indtion, +a, tl ,ippoinit 9e association's ;ric'litural Is follow?: P;% J flV (, owley: Fran': 1.-,lis. T. E. Founm. Id70 Gaspard Marli e l,' pool sa' t taiays havre ral ' tithe agriculton I. r . t.; pmlent and r They hate c, of the con :1, movenifante . sread pampanplt ar jhbe fostere" ' ln every nwa . V gre still more aid :, progre.s, d: '. lken pains to nf U (a'11 lebll capable o0 loin "-i t 1which is in fullest sytip:t v *are. Tile mem iu r:' r o only the ;arioue scrti;ns o. but various croip a> 'ili with the parti uila~ r the cotton, sugar, rice, fruit cattle Industries. fer there were special f'n1!'" mund of the anricuitulrai Nevertheless, it succeed a peat d al of good. This WiOUana association has ap X0o, and the New Orleans aouse has voted a special ta$500. The comanittee oo and outline a cani while its views cannot oe i4f&tkncwn the mahi aim Sfoster diversification in The'banks were the br-.k Sstaple crops, and they the first to see that surer sad permanent profit de abandoning reliance harvest. Already, they brin inducing their farmer ;ta 41 their food and io .Itoinlce hogs, poultry. 1ef wattle, to grow a va tb organize for more efi and more remunerative y cases they have ad for silos and dipplngr the' cattle mortgare and have displayed other way to build up a agriculture. HAPPENINGS. 15 8Bthusiastically in fa bwned grain ele -a side, to be constructed the Dock Board. A -kPm he New Orleans obtained this assur t~ governor at a coniei several grain dealers alms aley of New Or to the Board of Liqui t, at its meeting that hi' Prlachased, as author Iaipromvement Bonds .9,14, in line with the ber Company of aktnhg extensive im 8Ptting in an upto planing mill, and 'Ls oapleted the en - 'ill be started. heo is to make a 4tY for the erection b g plant, arrived h414 a preliminary -5or Behrman and *9 schools, A. J. d Was reappoint the year 1m15-18, h city echool.board Crlehton succumb. of Red river and the 'town is inun by local ca'ital ab~tion here to obeZlne and Allen, istributing Corn. Mter ar inThi entation ii the rehe, Terrebonne - aceymsion, isup the Im~hprtatieon , for the cultivetion nT) ~r-c!'1·!·\ I 98e cars are t(n d trip north As an evidence of what the cut-over line lands of this section arm capable of producitg, the splendid stray, herry rop which has been raised at Libuse, the Bohemian coinny in the pine 1.oOds fie miles north of ;'inef ille is a.btndant proof and shows, eonelusive lv that strawberry culture in this sec tion is destined to become a great in li-atrr. The Bohemian, colony was s'arted ,old is being promoted by the Louis iana Duevelopmpwnt and Seeurity Pon - iany, of which Bonald i wspain is president, and (C. Y. Smitii is sere tary. Tae colonist; have 20.00( acres of cOLt-over a1nld aid there a:re Lhebut n(I hiudred settiels and heside: trawiberrie-, they are cultivoting ther craps. Sa mtounalI a greenient no grower ' l1t t l more titsn; tw( acres. They re--. a e , ,, acre, in Irish! notatoe, 'I ores in peanuts and will plalu. about :fill acres in sweet potatoes a'i d eowpas. lb tr are fifty acre: in strw\ henries, \t ith forty actual Mo er's. It is estirnaied that the Cut lit w\ ill be loeit ,igiity crates to the 1 r( l.od it has been cons rvativelv 'tinu'lt that the price c hicih the, "iii bring N %l0 be about "$1.;0 pi 1 ii ul nts were put out in Ilecem. r it L 'nci they shlie a 'andelrti' t' hi "'h"': r \l l; r inc " f 1 i : 'ii''et -lipmient s are le ill" mdi Ih ni t s of ats o plantt h II oea n'Žld antd e'xpO'l 1to makIe :is Iii. a veey prof.table or.. There or millions of acres of tile (, ct-o t rn u in 1t11s section whllic n d i , t lcI; 1i' settled upon and cttivated in 'nsively by t ihose vho understand th at est cul turul miethod-i. to yield a a abun lant harvest of all kitids of lut such crops as the Bohemi)ans arn raising and which will render tha country prosperous and maee tho peo tile indep.ndent. The develonoaent of the' scendict agricultural resources and tho sittle meat of the vacant lands by thrifty larmers w~ill menn more to th!s coun try in the way of pecuniary advance meat than anything else which could take place. Two new' hIghways have been add ed to the million-dollar highway sys ten by the police jury, in addition to a five-mile extension of the Vinton Starks road. One of the new high ways is eight miles ia lengthe south east of the city, and connedts Lake Charles with the Hayes-ohiolmwood road by way of Chalkley and the ward two convict road. The seconig hwa y way will be two miles in' leng'th run ning from the south end of the Cal. casieu river bridge along the south bank of the river and lake to Alvin street, inside thp city limits of Lake Charles, and thence to So ith Ryn street to connect with the brsok pave ment. The road will be surfaced with gravel, and wlll* form the connecttting link of the systems on the east' n. west side of the Calcaslen rt ir. A shipment of more than twenty barloads of range cattle purchased near Lake Charles left for western l'ansas, where they will be finishedI off for the central markets. 'Phil hlood, a Kansas ranch owner, was the purchaser, and the cattle we'e stcured in the eastern part of Vern-il lion parish, in the northern part of Cameron parish, and In the southern r'-rt of Jeff Davis and Calcasleti !3r Ishes. Nearly $50,000 in cash was piuid stockmen in this section for the 1,200 head of cattle in the shipment. The executive committee of the I oard of port commissioners of New rrleans decided in favor of t 'e of the purchase of the. Odenhelrme: prop Srty, wr ich was <desired as an' adr't tlon to the cotton warehouse site. The property includes about a half square and is just above the New Or lcans Furniture Company's proper1.y on the river front. The meeting of gie committee was executive, b'ut after its termination President ILoeb announced the property purchase '1'as decided upon. * The price is $30,000. C. W. Thompson. in charge of the rural Qrganizatlon work of the tUnited States Department of Agriculture, spent two days In New Orleans in the course of his survey on rn-ral credits. He interviewed bankers. mort'7aga cc pani~es, financiers, p1 nters sad <* mr and learned much about pro U at. and progress at thin end of the Dr. Oscar 1)owling, lgas Agnes Morris, and other attaches of the Louisiana state board of health, were at DeQuincey last week, showing visi tors through the exhibits of the health train, lecturing to the school children, and giving the motion pIc tures, accompanied with lectures. Mombers of the Senior clase of the lioy's Hiirh School of New Orlearns a' alanning to give a dance 'at the go"'' room of the Gruinewald Hotel on th* evening of Tur~e 4. The 'iair wi'1 riven by the ~admatlng "lass jo:n' lv with the class of next Fcibrtarv. ALOMEL IS MERCURI, IT SICKENS! STOP USING SALIVATING DRUG Don't Lose a Day's Work! If Your Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels Constipated Take "Dodson's Liver Ton."-lt's Fine! You're bilious! Your liver is slug gish! You feel lazy, dizzy and all knocked out. Your head is dull, your tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach sour and bowels constipated. But don't take salivating caloinel. It makes you sick, you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramp ing. If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen tlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced just take a spoonful of harmless DI)odson's Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 50-cent bottle of l)odson's Liver Tone under my personal money-bawck guarantee that each sl;poonful will clean your' sluggishi liver better than a dose of nasty calomel and that it won't make you sick. Dodson's LivEr Tone is real liver medicine. You'll kiowl it next morn ing because you v ill wake up fccling fine. your liver will be \% c.rlking, your headache and dizziness gone. your stomach will be sweat and your bowels regular. You '\ill fo'l like Nvorking; you'll be cheer ul; full of vigor and ambition. Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely veget hle, thorifore hirm!less reml can. not salivate. (give it to yourr children! Mlilliens of peoplo are u:rine Dodson's Liver Tone in 'teod of d(Lntroets crli onmel now. Your di·rtieit w'.1l toll vo' that th' sale of eCIl nTl is almost stoppd: entirely here. Irish Speed. In Jfud;_( l· el1 intii }' co rt they werP eminining t:!l sinian for the tt hal of a boy. Nho !i:l hil, 1 his father. T Hn laI y rs d it i ty o its ((:" 1f marriaig . I a1- rili tl :(1 ýd whether tnlter had i-tn in' it`; in tt' fattiles ot f t It th t thex c alt' j ot to M :Chad MC lthy the wait haid h en long aitnd he ptro eei d to V:;, titp. Asked the fir.st qtostioi hre vllope] away with this: I live at 1 !: Filtin s 'evt and I an thirty-five years tnt and I aim uarrtt1 antd have one c(hil and I have nove: had any insanity in the fanii and if; I had I wouldn't be foul enough to tell you." HAD PELLAGRA; IS NOW CURED Hillsboro, Ala.-J. . WTurner, of this place, saoys: "I ought to have written you two weeks ago, but failed to do so. I got well and then forgot to write you. I can get about like a 10-year-old boy; you.ought to see me run around and tend to my farm. I can go all day just like I used to. I am so thankful to know there is such a good remedy to cure people of pellagra. There is no longer any doubt that pel lagra can be cured. Don't delay until it is too late. It is your duty to consult the resourceful Baughn. The symptoms-hands red like sunburn, skin peeling offs sore mouth, the lips, throat and tongue a flaming red, with much mucus and choking; indigestion and nausea, either diarrhoea or constipation. There is hope; get Baughn's big Free book on Pellagra and learn about the remedy for Pellagra that has at last been found. Address American Compounding Co., box 2088, Jasper Ala., remembering money is refunded in any case where the remedy fails to cure. -Adv. His Own Windows. A woman had been arrested for throwing stones through the windows of a building on Pacific avenue and her lawyer, "Indignation" Jones, had applied to Judge Goggin for a writ of habeas corpus. I After the facts had been recited without comment, Judge Goggin ex claimed: "Hold on there. What number did you say that was?" "Number 16." "That's my property. I'll pay the fine myself, but don't break the win dows again." LADIES1 -Take CAPUDINE For Aches, Pains and Nervousness. IT IS NOT A NARCOTIC OR DOPE Gives quick relief-Try it.-Adv. Couldn't Tell. "Why did you help the defendant in the figlit, if that's the case?" asked the examining counsel. Mr. Cassidy looked at the lawyer with contempt, and answered in a tone of blighting scorn: "For the ra'son that at that toime Oi had no means of knowing which o' thim would be the defendant." Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen eral Tonic because it contains the well knbwn tonic properties of. QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.- Adv. Different. "Dudley makes me tired. He's al ways bragging about his ancestors." "Oh, well, there's one consolation. His descendants will never brag about him." YOVR OWN DRUGGIST WILL TELL YOU Tr Marine BDy Bemedy for Red. Weak, Watery as and GranulateS Uyehllds No tmartus r shj.comuort. Write for Book of the ralrlae *Bo aemedy Co.. Chtcago. A girl always tells a young man she can cook-and she always tells other girls that she can't. F ili I i in II - -~ 1= II 1 ifE l in or w u Me It Youte le flutterlng or weak, ues RENOVIN E." Made by Van Vleet-Mansfleid Drug Co., Memphis, Tenn. Price 81.00 J -'INTRv;Ewv" ViTIH THEE HE _: Hape-n j V`'!n 1,an 'From tph" Front Ex;pl.a! Ti, to Hls Vcfl cn I )i ~:!r t in a slin I r win. o do ' ou shouln' t as on t*ta, 01' hogh. YKa sho0tdn by k ty on t'1 a~ h iho soldiers are not ]llowe'1 to toll mili tary secrets. are o'i'? Did you ever really kill a man yourself, or don't you know? My uncldo, who was in the Spanish war. says you never can tell whether it's your bulltA or somebody else's that hits the enemy. I should think that would be awfully annoying. Not that you want to know that you'd killed a man, but still y ou' , like to know whether you're wasting your am-, munition or not. Oh, must you go so soon? I wish you would stay longer. I've been so interested in hearing your adventures. Call again soon, won't you? Good-by." What Causes Tuberculosis. Dr. John North of Toledo, O., is working on the theory that tubercu losis may be due to a lack of lime in the system, as he says that while tubercular germs are everywhere, they only thrive in ripe soil and just what is lacking in persons subject to tuber cular trouble gives food for thought. He says that there is less tuber culosis among people living in arid re gions, and plants in such places have more lime in their composition than those growing in humid regions. A SURE CURE FOR ITCHING' fILES And all forms of skin diseases I$Tet tentne. It Is also a specific for Tetter, Ringworm, Eczema. Infant Sore Head. Chaps and Old Itching Sores. "Enclosed find one dollar for which please send me two boxes Tetterine; this makes five boxes I have ordered from you, the first one only being for me. I suffered with an eruption for years, and one box of Tetterine cured me and two of my friends. It Is worth its weight In gold to any one suffering as I did. Everybody ought to know of its value." Jesse W. Scott, Milledge, ville, ta. Tetterine at druggists or sent by mail for 50c. J.T.Shuptrino.Savannah.Ga. Adv. Brothers in Misfortune. The first baseman had just beeh carried off the diamond with a sprained wrist and a dislocated shoul der. On the way to the hospital the am ulance stopped to pick up a janitor who had fallen downstairs. "We meet quite by accident," said the ball player. "I am a first base man." "And I," said the janitor, "am a first basement man." Important to. Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the . lS Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria He Should Worry. "How do you account for Nero fid dling during the burning of Rome?" asked the professor. 4 "I suppose he had the place heavily insured," suggested the senior who was specializing In finance. DON'T VISIT THE CALIFORNIA iX. POtIITIONS Without a supply of Allen's Foot Ease. the saiseptic powder to be shaken Into the Shoes. or dissolved In the foot-bath. · The Stanndard Remedy for the feet for 25 years It gives instant relief to tired, aching feet and prevents swollen, hot feet. One lady writes: "I enjoyed every minute of my stay at the Expositions. thanks to Allen s Foot-Ease in my shoes.'o Got it TODAY Ad, If Omar Khayyam were alive today he'd be running a big-town cafe with plenty of high-life cabaret. In the words of the Meteorological Mike: "The B. V. D.'s will p. d. g. be O. IC" RIGHT MAN FOR THE POSITION Colored Citizen Knew His Qualifica tions and the Job Was His as a Matter of Course. Oliver O. Agler. lantely deceased, haid occasion to go to a hardwood lumber yard at Cairo, where he and Fred W. T'pham were in business. The floods had caused 0some annoyanice by de(o iting mud from tlhe Ohio and Missis s ini rivers on the iplanks in storage. .1r. Agler was not long in colmpil ing a crew of negroes to wash the soiled stock. Various ones were as singned to hold the planks and there iwas a job for one man to hold the hIose. 1"Who is going to take charge of the hose?"' asked the proprietor. A long btmaek mtan uncoiled lihimself. "Ah reckon Ah's dle washinest nigeah aroun Ii ore,, he said--and he quali fled. He Knew. "Lucky at cards, unlucky at love, yon Inrnow." "You bet I know. I first met my .ife at a progressive euchre where I v"o:) the first prize." ý~ Reliable evidence is abundant that women are constantly being restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound The many testimonial letters tnat we are continually pub lishing in the newspapers-hundreds of them-are all genu. mine, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude for the freedom from suffering that has come to these women solely through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain such recommendations; you may depend upon it that any testimonial we publish is honest and true-if you have any doubt of this write to the women whose true names and addresses are always given, and learn for yourself. Read this one from Mrs. Waters: CAMDEN, N.J.-"I1 was sicl for two years with nervous spells,an& my kidneys were affected. I had a doctor all the time and used a galvanic battery, but nothing did me any good. Iwas not able tog to bed, but spent my time on a, couch or in a sleeping-chair, and oon became almost a skeleton. Finally my doctor went awa for his health, and my husband heard of Lvdia E. Pinkham's Compound and got me some. In two months I got relief andw I am like a new woman and am at my usual weight. I recmomeud your medicine to every one and so does my husband."-Mrs. Tzu.w WranTs, 530 Mechanic Street, Camden, N.J. From Hanover, Penn. IIrovaa, PA.-"I was a very weak woman and suffered Ina bearing down pains and backache. I had been married over foor years anl had no children. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compounj proved an excellent remedy for it made me a well woman. Aber taking a few bottles my pains disappeared, and we now have m ato the finest boy babies you ever saw."-Mrs. C. A. Ricanone, Rh) No. 5, Hanover, Pa. Now answer 1his question if you can. Why should a woman continue to suffer without first giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial? You know that it has saed many others-why should it fail in your caset For 30 years Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedyforfe male ills. No one sick with woman's ailments does justice toherself if she does not trythis fa mous medicine made from roots and herbs, it has restored somany sufferingwomentohealth. SWrite to LYDIA E.PINXHAX MEDICINE CO. (CONFIDENTIAL) LNN, MASS., for advice. our letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held In strict confidence. I IV AND ALL NOSE E A AND THROAT DA2tWHES O 1A Cures the sick and acts as a preventive for others. LiquM id e a as tongue. Safe for brood mares and all others. Best kidney remeirnas $1 a bottle; 05 and $10 a dozen. Sold by all druggists sand leas6 aar Shouses, or sent, express paid, by the manufacturers. SPOHN MEp1CAL CO., Chemistsl GOSHEN, INISMS DAISY FLY KILLER plac'd anywere, at. VIA PARCEL POST tracts and kills all lfs. Neat, clean, or " aeut, cheap. Las Cleaning, Dyeing season. Madeot metal, can'tspillior tip over; will not soll or Injure anything. Ouarantesd effective. All dealars orbsent °`n°*e : e Model Laundry, sLiS express paid for 51.0L50. BABOLD 8OME 5,150 De Kalb Ave., Broeklya, R. T. LACKpa.PATE NTS RI sub Cotter't butaeklt Filt.rs be e priatd Cfrsas, relrabut; preferred by n te ot i s ln Obainned and trademarks and eeoris tt t Where e vCtttt.tered. Write for Inventor's GuideBook. e LL ý writer for booklet and Fi~llnoniat. 7O9KresaBldg., HoustonTex. 1hePbnsmeF so-I -o Ns pkne. Dhmeieq Pills 4A WA Use sny tInjetor, but Cutter's best n of r~d inl cassiusl asi serum esly. soist en Cutter's. If unobtainable, order direct. T E CUTTER LA$ORATORY. Sekele. Cslilersal. _ -- We will meat pries at t mail order hoses sasR Texas Directory ..l.y.. ... 69M,. SA. L. HESS A 9so 303 Travis St., Hase sTa GENERAL HARDWARE AND SUPPLIES WANTED .Ifi Contractors'SupTleesBuioder The wrld needs more Barbers thma r tradesmen; few weeks qualify; took be Ia Hardware, Etc. Prices and In- board if deslred;-wages whilelearningsospaeaa.t formation furnished on request MOLER BARBER COLLESE, PEDEN IRON & STEEL CO. 15 WrANKL AVEth H"C OUS.OW ý Cl W OMMERICE bIT, SAN1 MIImhjS HOUSTON SA ANTONIO - _ cane's Dotective Agean, HaestenTsm rIlateI devze to obta obtain evidence in dloud PIANOS-VICTROLAS--MISIC Tta'ibce e .lse ithe aý matters. Yon need Its use for many aItss. Wa We sell Rnabc, Matliushekt, Nobler and Cam Dell also r or oppllcation boned p06 -S Kate. sosd Vol Pianos, Victor i'alklng Miaehlnesand Records. Sheet Music and BSupplies. Write as for free catalogs. OLIVER'S MUSIC BOUSE, 808 MAIN STREET, HOUSTOF W. N. U., HOUSTON, NO. 21-1915. Rheumatism Is Torture Manny patins tha:t pas.: as rhivumatism anr due io the faylnre of tir klauiys to drivce off uric acId thoroughly. When you iuff r achy, tad jvints bakerkac;e too, dizziness and unnary dlsturbancen , tot Dean's Kine(v Pills. the remedy that Is rorommn auted by over 1t0,0i p-o!P In In:ynv citfferrent Icnd . Dean' Kidney Pills help weak kidneys to dri to out the uric nall which so oftea causes backache, rheumatisto and lum bago. A Louisiana Case Alphonse Hfaine bach, 1517 S. Ram part St.. New Or tuna, La., says: " "Iictors gave me up, sa',ng my case N as beyond their shill. I had territie attacks of pain in my back and imy hbdy was bard;m swollen. I had no ambi ton or strength and had given up hips. loan's K Idne -y Pills cuiOed mT ani t7 ',A..,h t h e trutile has never returned." Cet Doeans st Any Store. Soc a Box DOAN' S ?PIL FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. BUFFALO. N.Y.