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Achy Joints Give Warning A creaky joint r' 7'iyPintiaw often predicts rain . , EILr iStjar it alsoforetells in- / ard trouble. It aay mean t' , kidneys are rot! . tering the . and arc abto. poisonousuri. . t o clo g th e tl . -. and cause tu,,:!,i ,. Badbacks,ru: madie pains, s. ,,r achingjoi ir: i.. aches, dii::-. nervous trou, heart fhutt :, and urinar, ,is-' orders are s' .: r., the effectds w e" kidneys and ii n ,,t';ng is done there's danger of d , r'vcl or Bright's disease Use D. 'an. Kidney Pills, the mostwidely used, diie I,-'t recommended kidney remedy in the world. lt aDýe PILLS 50C at all Stores IesterMilburn Co.Pnpia. BuffaloN.Y. More Deta'ls Necessary. Betty-I sie un, of your brothers as been distit.' * i itg htmself lately. ]gthat the 'leerc onle? Basil--()Oh i l--wrl all rawther lever, you hnitw. -,Judg I. GOOD COLOR 60c0 HEALTH I What Cardui Gave to This Ala. lama Lady, According to Her Statement Printed Below. Clfo, Ala.-"I had been in good health until I was 15 years old," writes Mrs. A. L. Snell, of R. F. D. No. 1, this place, "but one day... I was helping my father plant cotton in the field and was caught in the rain... At that time Igot very ill... I suffered great agony In the lower abdomen, right side, and had dreadful sick headache, also pains in the back... I got dreadfully thin and simply gave entirely up. I had to go to bed and was there, on my back, for two weeks. "Dr. - said I'd have to have aiq operation. I wouldn't hear to that, so, a my mother had used Cardui with great benefit... she recommended that I take Cardui... Soon after I began taking it, I saw an improvement, and was able to get up and be about my work... "I was nearly entirely well... when one day... I "crubbed the whole house, washed clothes, for 7 in the family, and got my feet wet. This caused an other sick spell... So I turned again to my old friend, Dr. Cardui. . . After the use of less than a bottle again I was able to be up and about my work. I also fleshened up again, got a good color, and I am now in good health... I highly recommend Cardui... It is the best tonic that I know of." If you need a tonic, try Cardui. For ale at all druggists. A man considers his shopping sat Isfactory if it results in the purchase of a hat that makes him look no worse. SREAD WITHOUT SALT IS TASTELESS A medicine chest without Magic Ar. alca Liniment is useless. Best of all liniments for sprains, swellings, bruises, rheumatism and neuralgia. three sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00.-Adv. When the apricot buds are killed, the late frost should be given three £heers. How to Heal Skin Diseases A Baltimore doctor suggests this ple, but reliable and Inexpensive, e treatment for people suffering th eczema, ring. srm, rashes and ilar itching, burn akin trouibles. At any reliable aggst's get a jar realnol ointment Sa cake of resi. soap. These are not at all expen Ve. With the resinol soap and warm ater bathe the affected parts thor y, until they are free from crusts 4 the skin is softened. Dry very 7l, spread on a thin layer of the ol ointment and cover with a bt andage--if necessary to protect b. clothing. This should be done ia day. Usually the distressing g and burning stop with the first tent, and the slin soon becomes r ad healthy again. Sand Bi Attentien: to Irapperfiil WE ILL HEL IYOU HlAIR BAL U A tollet pseairtimo of irit, Etlpe to eradiaste deadrw. For Restoradn Cd. 1d 60a..nd GLJOt FDrdagst AUTHORITIES TO CALL ELECTION PETITION FOR ELECTION ON COMMISSION FORM IN EAST EATON ROUGE. PA1iSH ELECTOR ATE 3,400 Required 15 Per Cent Would Be 510 Namcs--Prcmorers Say They Will Have No Trouble in Obtain ing Additional Names. Baton RIouge. In an opinion rendered the police jury D)istrict Attorney Ilolcombt neld that it will be mIandatory upon the police jury to c4 an clc tion to de (ide wvhethter l'a;-t }atlon Rouge is to adloplt commission formll of govern mlent should thi( petition now being circullated covering the proposition re 5 ceive the s gnaturt-s of 15 per cent of the total parish electorate. The police jury asked the district r at torney to pass upon the qulestion if It was discretionatry with themn whthIcer they call the eleciion peti tioned for. The petition is said to contain 500 names. The total electorate of the parish is 1,400. The required 15 per cent would he 510 names. The promo ters of the commission proposal say they will have little trouble in ob taining ten additional signatures. BRIEFLY RELATED. .Major Edward H. Sclhulz, major corps of engineers, U. S. A., has given notice that a public hearing will be held in the office of the Lafourche Le vee Board at Donaldsonville. La., at 10:30 a. m. November 23, 1915, in con nection with the proposition to erect a lock at the head of Bayou Lafourche. Congress last March authorized a pre liminary examination of the stream with a view of ascertaining whether a lock in connection with a new cam or the dam built by the local levee board is necessary for the navigation of the bayou. t - 1 A determined attempt to eliminate, or at least minimize, the effects of 7 sensational, and often ridiculous, "news stories" sent out of New Or 1 leans by a few of the correspondents here will be made by the New Orleans Association of Commerce. Being one of the oldest cities in the United States and having an "atmosphere'- all its own, makes New Orleans a victim of some of the most weird yarns ever palmed off on unsuspecting newspaper editors. A heavy sentence was imposed uponI p J. WV. Goodfellow, former editor of the Jeffe:son Voice, now the Gretna City Record, by Judge Edrington in theI District (Court at Gretna. Goodfellow Shad pleaded guilty to six chargcs ot ) libel, throwing himself upon tile mer cy of the court, but Judge Edrington felt that he could not be more lenient in view of the circumstances sur rounaing the cases. A dog car is to form part of the equipment of the early Sunday morn ing excursion train of the Louisianal Southern in tuture. No, it is not Mark Anthony's idea to conserve and ad vance the canine health of the com munity, by giving "Bow-wow outings" and the dog car comes as a natural result to the opening of the hunting season down along the line. The Baton Rouge police jury appro priated $300 to aid in the employment of a canning club demonstrator, part of whose salary is paid by the United SStates Department of Agriculture. Miss Bertha Treen was re-elected to the position. Alexandria was visited by a distin· guished party of Sunday school work ers who are making a tour of the states of Oklahoma, Louisiana and Mississippi, speaking at the different cities therein, in the interest of Sab bath school work. The killing by Lutlher Graves, book keeper of the Doyle uImmber Com pany, of Jolhn N. Camp, the proprie tor, in the office of the company at Shiloh, La., near Am!ty City, is shrouded in mystery, according to re Sports received. The Robert E. Lee Society of the Thibodaux College has been re-organ ized with Clarence Bourg as modera tor. Earl Folse was named president and F. J. Toups secretary. This so ciety flourished in this community formerly. Superintendent Alleman announced that State Superintendent Harris has designated Lafayette for holding m January a convention of parish super intendents for Southwest Louisiana, including some twenty-five parishes. The state has been divided into three districts and three conventions will be held. The Supreme Court dismissed, for want of jurisdiction, the appeal of Joe Maroun, of Shreveport, convicted or retailing liquor without a license. Various methods oy which the put lie schools revenues might be aug mented were discussed at the meet ing of the executive board of the Pub lic School Alliance, and it was decided that the ordinance con:nlitt.: e investi ?ate the problem, report back to the alliance alnd the ;achlenmo that tmay be aipprotd he made the suljetct of pub !i d .uls5sions at ma:- - ln ý,s thr 11r'u ut)llt New O()' .ans. ,, ): I Kon. haliing in mind tillt - 5 I a::, ,. sone years ago, hen tiltt a! lian:c brought about the rl;ixilI Oi f th[ , l,:uor license and (mn ielll,:i'Y ulr(. I0:onevy for sl'hool., :;!: l' d t a, t 1I1e plble should be wdli.t': ,, , at -i1 I !I ,' 11;t?'i ,.r, Io the fai't tha' it is al iJTn)i'rativi' duty to lpro; id r e',. It: n('` for ILo schools by e0:'ilt,' nllt'.i 'I i 'l remlarlks of Mr. tKohn wer. s:g geote.d by stble:n-nts of .1. M. 1' 11,ii.n of the crowded condition of t!he rchlools. IH. F. Kerkin had called at. tention to the crowded cond!lition of thlie (ayarre school, and Mr. G\vinn was ex'niainiug that this was not tht, only crowvdod school. S. 1). G;,ham and L. F. E.ontley thoohlit the bond plan, which failed a few months past brecause of a technicality, by which 2:, ,n30.0)0 was to be raised, the b,.:t plan, I ned if no hobtter can be devised the alliance will advocate a revival of this cheme, with the technical fault corrected. 'I'h(e alliance heard a delegation of residentis of the Fourth ward, wno came to protest against the present and threatened abandonment of the McDonogh No. 17 school. It was about the same delegation that ap Dpear.ed before the school board at its last meeting. Louis Bauer of the al liance championed their cause, and Mrs.. F. L,. Schaefer spoke for the delegation. A communication from the Co-ope rative Presidents' Club relative to the Imuch-discussed question of a new Normal School, called forth a state rnent from President Walker that it was for the alliance to decide whether or not a mass meet inrg should be called to demand a new school. Mr. Walker remarked that these times are very inopportune to demand a new sc:aool, and suggested that the plans of the city in the matter be first as. certained. According to professional trappers, the season for the capture of fur-bear ing animals in St. Bernard will not be seriously affected as a result of the hurricane of Sept 29 last. It was at first thought that the greater part af the animals had been destroyed, but it now seems as if this was an erroneous belief. ' housands of muskrats were drowned when swept out to the gulf, fce they had no means of saving them selves, but the majority, it is believed, managed to reach places of safety. Superintendent of Education Clem ent Story has received from the State Department of Education a check for $.76.5;6, constituting St. Bernard's share of the November apportionment of state school funds. The apportion ment is made on a basis of 24 cents per chile of school age. The annual Thanksgiving entertain ment for the benefit of the Algiers convent will take place at the St. Mary's Hall on Monday, November 22, llwhen a pretty little play, "l3ulbul," will be presented by thile children of Mary and the Holy Angels Sodality. There will be other features by the little boys and girls. By a majority of 1290 the voters of Shreveport authorized the erection of a municipally owned waterworks plant and sewer system. A total of 1, I826 ballots were cast, of which 268 were against the proposition. The vote was considered unusually large on an issue of this nature. Joseph LeBoue, of New Orleans, charged in the Juvenile Court withl selling firearms to George O'Neill, aged 13 years, was fined $15, which he paid. After purchasing the revolver O'Neil shot another boy with the pis tol, burning him with the powder of the discharge. The sugar-making season was in augurated at a number of factories near Donaldsonville last week, and the beginning of the current week wit nessed the opening of the campaign at all the mills which had delayed the start to the last moment. An dquestian statue of General P. ( T. Beauregard, presented to the Louis iana Division of the United Confede Srate Veterans Ly the Beauregard Mon ument Association, was unveiled in City park at New Orleans by Miss Hil da Beauregard, a granddaughter of the Confederate leader. The State Board of Education an nounced that the November appor tionment of the current school fund would amount to $129,148.56. The ap portionment is made on a basis of twenty-four cents per educable child and there are 538,11t such children in the state. The thoroughbred Hampshire pig donated by G. B. Reuss, of Hohen Solms, for the benefit of "Chif" was presented to A. R. Dugas, the sum of 546.10 being realized. An addition al $4.65 was realized from the sale of a goose. The next annual meeting of the State Association of Parish Superin tendents and School Directors will be held in three sections, according to an announcement made by T. H. Har ria, state superintendent of education. WAREHOUSE ACT HELD VALID BY COURT DECISION In the Case From Smith County the Court of C:'.m'nal Appeals Ren ders Opit;ion. Etc. Au; t 'li ,'ii, .- I a . i'l f,'lim , 1':' rid ll eiu :,il r:I,. ,, Ut ll ,I ., :! I) ii > (,.('?I ac, t . " 1t, O',;O o i V ..; vritt.ii by Jube II0 " r. 'liP ,- ' : i i' I tl: "v\e o' f he Ii opinion to I l .i ati (1)1 Ot di i o ',v,1 ,<i i i i lj,,' [ t.- ill so far i ts it il' . tes to the .'gilniii;t amld wareholsin ofI c(ottn. lth o0 thoes' are iieid',.t to and un'cepsr , ret-g la tOlls to the proper iirk't'nt l ofi 0 ('I)I tol, and neoestary to r i10.' ti( ev('ils o10\ 11ii to h;ve L eriet')fore (e sltd alind which entailehd a iry h11 0'et loss ;Itn nually ini the sal, of our p"illIipal l,'o ductl(. The law is Lot vi)ativ(e of iany provisiol; of the state or f-l de'aiil (')ln stitution, and slhoul h be upihel'd. Anal while it tlay not an1 l pobl,:ly \l ill not culre aii the uvils sho. by the testi tinony to exist, Vet it is calcu lated to, int,'nd ed to, and will pr ev,,ii some of the fraud lennt pratjieis o" which miany are not guilty, y'' from wVhich all must suffer. We can not strike:, down a law hec-ause it does not ac conmplish all Ihat we thinl; ii should accomplish. If it is within the authoir ity and power of th:' l , ':slato re to or n act, the law must be held valid. The relator is remanded." Dabney WV'iIte, who is tihe soreteary of the Texas Ginners' Asasoeiat:on, was arrested at Tyler, the complaint charging that he was "a licensed and bonded gtinner, conducting and operat ing a public gin in Smith Comunty, Tex as, and as such licensed and bonded ginner, ginned a bale of cotton for one J. C. Hurt, and failed to take three true and correct samples of said bale of cotton so ginned, as required by law, and failed to preserve such sam ples of said bale of cotton so ginned by him, as required by law." Immediately upon being arre,_ ed, re lator made application to the court of criminal appeals for a writ of habeas corpus, and, as it was apparent that the only question involved was the constitutionality of chapter 5, acts of the thirty-third legislature, second called session, the writ was granted, and the cause set down for hearing. Texas Postmasters Appointed. Washington.-The following Texas fourth-class postmasters have been appointed: Waterman, Shelby county, Marshall E. Parker; Gist, Jasper county, John P. Gist; Grayburg, Hardin county, Wil liam P. Wallace; Owenville, Sulton county, John P. Reilley; Slater, (Cor yell county, Isaac M. Franks; Okra, Eastland county, James \V. 'laborn; Lela, Wiheeler county, Mrs. Eliia K. McLean; Streeter, Mason county, E. Z. Lavelle; Dora, Nolan county, 'Thomas McCoy; Westover, Baylor county, Mrs. Callye Cockrell; Alamo Beach, ('al houn county, Robert L. Seamans; Bi:: Lump, Milam coiunty, Mrs. Georgia S. Holmnes; Saint Paul, San I'atricio county, Ernest J. Maxwell. Motor vehicle service is established on tile follo\wing Texas rural routes, effective February 1: Anson, BStown wood, routes A and B; Cuero, Hamlin, Copperl, Meridian, Roby, Ilotan, Stam ford, routes A and B; Sweetwater and Valley Mills. Bell County in Pro Column. Temple, Tex.-The dry forces won a victory in the election held in Bell County Saturday and their majority was 443, which is so large as to pre elude all talk of contest and finds the losing faction better satisfied to make the most of the result. The total vote cast, from unofficial returns, was 6,361, of which the pros received 3,402 ahd the antis 2,959. The vote was 1,000 short of the full strength of the coun ty. Villa's Men Cross Boundary Line. San Antonio, Tex.-Villa soldiers crossed the international boundary line at Naco, Ariz., Saturday to cap ture a Mexican who had killed an of ficer, accordmng to a report from Col onel Brown, who is in command of two squadrons of cavalry at that place, to the southern department headquarters at Fort Sam Houston. The soldiers chased the man 200 yards within American territory and, capturing him, took him back into Mexico. Carranza Discharges Editors. Brownsville, Tex.-The entire edi torial force of the official Carranza paper in Matamoros was d:scharged Friday on orders from the City of Mex ico following complaint on the Ameri can side of articles published in the Matamoros,paper calculated to arouse anti-American sentiment on both sides of the river, particularly among the ignorant classes. Record Gas Well Brought In, Fort Smith, Ark.-The largest gas well ever brought in at Fort Smith was completed Saturday. The well's flow is estimated at 25,000,000 feet a day. The company is composed of Fort Smith business men. Seventy-Five Men Pardoned. Austin, Tex.--Governor Ferguson pardoned seventy-four convicts in Oc tober, according to the monthly report of the prison commission nmade Batur dar Children Cry for Fletcher's ''h Kin'I Youx Have Always Iouglkt, a ad nd wi, i s!'a; been ini uise for ovcr '.9 rv rJ, rhs borai ..! :4iinu(turv tjf - "Al2I. .:_1S iPVCfl r adc a11) I4 ,; Yl pcr Jý f)Iý i iý (?t :'1 ýýý'I.l S'T: 'i it 111 *'kn'ý' All Co: nt rf4it!, !lmit7 'ioris and ''v2 Jýii ;;-Ž'"a:ti '~ ar: btul .peri ients t·hat trifle 1 i: I3 ,`tad Q' t:'` : V. Qgdle-CASTORIA Ca tforia is n Ihf'niless snbstitiite for Castor 02i, ] Boric, Drops and Soothing Syrups, It1 Ispleasant. IC contains reither Opium, Morphuo ine Ohii o i Narcotie Substance. itsi age i3 its gnaranico. !t dc:1r~rr:; WaOtrm3 and allays FeXverishness. For nPore thian thirty ar;n- j~ has bceni in constant uso for the rchi! of Coisýt!pel,:ltio Flatulency, Vi hd Colic, all Tcething Tr4)XIWcM and Piarrim-!a. It rerrnlutes the Eton ic, a1. il Bov;'eIŽ, essisialatos I ::3 I`o!'i, g 1ng, healthy and ratitral okvic, The ChiarcL'1qa.X - 11accaz-- e 2Iother's Ifziend. IE ~CAST R BA I B3eams t,,, Signature of Un Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TN41 3'^[! UN COMPAPIV. NEW YOAR CITY. m mw W., m.~~~ii~i~f~f~~rn t~LB War upon Pain! i Pain is a visitor to every home and E M usually it comes quite unexpectedly. But you are prepared for every emergency ;i E ]M you keep a small bottle of Sloans a Liniment handy. It is the greatest pain killer ever discovered. Simply laid on the skin no rubbing required-It drives the pain away instantly. It is really wonderful. j Sloan's Liniment R IIý i / ior o" Shipping Fever 0 Inflinerza. pink eye, opzootic, distemper, and all nose and thrmat Ilseses cor, S 09 Z 3and all others, no matter how "oexp sd." kept from havlig any of these diseases with SPOlIN'S IQU[lI Dl1) IS'T'EMPRCIIE . ( 'OI P NI)D. Three to .A six dossi often cure a case. One bt0-cnt bottle glUarnteed to du,). d hst thlag 'or brood mares. Acts on the blood. 5~c and t5 a bottle. ;3 and $10 t dozen bottles D)ruggists and harness shops. Diatrlbutors-ALL WHOiL EýALB CO LUSUISTS. SPOIIN MEDICA Ir CO., Chemists and Bacterlologists, (ioshen, lad., U.S. A. Mistake. A New York doctor drank bichloride bf mercury by mistake, says a dis patch. The inference here is that the layman drinks it as a beverage, but he doesn't.-Detroit Free Press. How Is Your Liver? If your liver is inactive you will be bilious, dizzy, have headaches, bad breath, pimples, etc. One BOND'S LIVER PILL at bed time will cure these troubles promptly. They are small, mild, safe and inexpensive. If your dealer will not supply you, send 25c to Bond's Pharmacy Co., Little Rock, Ark. Adv. Sizing Up Lippy. A Proad street lawyer was describ ing an acquaintanec. Said he: "l.ippy In a man who will ostentatiously buy a box of cigarettes and let you pay for the dinner."---Newark News. IMITATION IS SINCEREST FLATTERY but like counterfeit money the imita tion has not the worth of the original. Insist on "La Creole"' Hair Dressing it's the original. Darkens your hair in the natural way, but contains no dye. Price $1.00.-Adv. What has become of the old-fash ioned people who used to go to bed with the chickens? Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liver, bowels and stomach. One little Pellet for a laxative-three for a cathartic.-Adv. Gentleness succeeds better than vio lent e. False Vows. "Be mine, Estelle," he begged, "and I swear by you silvery moon that notk ing shall ever come between us." "I will trust you, Adelbert," she whispered, and so they were mar ried. But, alas, for the vows of man. Be fore three years had passed omeruthing had come between them. Its name was Myrtle, and Estelle and Adelbert each had it by the hand! To Fortify the System Against Winter Cold Many users of GROVE'S TASTELES8 chill TONIC make it a practice to ta.'e a Ilnber at bottlee in the fall to strengthen and fortify the system against the cold weather during the winter. Eleryone knows the t',nie effect of Quinine and Iron which this prIeparallon con tatln in a tasteless and 'rlcet.tlle form. It purilie' and enriches the blood a:,1l builds up the whole hsystem. 50e.-Adv. Too Bad. "Going to flighbie' w, diting tomor row night?" "No, I guess I'll huave' to ;tray home." "I thought you were a great friend of his. Surely you got an invitation?" "Oh, yes; but I had to Lock my dress suit to buy the wu',dding preo4 ent." DON'T SNIFFLE! You can rid yourself i, that cold In the head by taking Laxative Qutnidine Tablets. Price 25c. Also used in cases of La Grippe and for severe headaches. Remember that.-Adv. Even the manicur'e lady plays fa vorites; she doesn't treat all hands alike. Not After the Gray Mov!es Hairs go home but tired and Eyes Murine Make our Eyes. us look rwo than wo will reu, ýad on lesose. Eu tno Have it rtle. handy. !arlavas Uy Raty Opansy, Oisa, eats loek oak lse spa reastust.