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yOTE FOR HON. T C. BARRET FOR GOOERNOO JAN. 25
jcia Journ. he P4lice Jury and School Board of Jeffcr.on Davis Pari - : : Official J,,. I e , c Tun f 'sh \\ ,LSH , J iF FERS uN D1A V IS A MR I 11, LD . II )II) XI qq ntifl I 'Ii f nin r, an & ' W - R SYtW ce a t r ls a U~t* It it Sic. ý (lotted to Iflt pcm t i t+ 4drlc f ý (ti luir o ne rh . e le 1ep it t fl" ii :I t to 1·iu bYtj a Ci~rtiI i !Ii i,~ll So rnn e '°tah:I1 I I t,;L l G a~ l ap p r e c iahtu ý t ir ' U \ o1 l I v e ctiirtiofl o th e ' I ther I e rtmentso that th o we I :U i he "' dH qbu'te amon g tlie';" ;,' w: lh tf ;let trit] Of «i't' sttl. I.. IX0R1. c1: Improved Blue Rose Seed Rice for sal e, free of ;bal-A. T. Jones. Dr. Pennington for Representative Elsewhere in the Courier you will find the irlllouncellent o I)Dr. S A. 't'ennln toi t for the 1eg' lature. Itlhe d(lctor is gontl to make a thtrough carnlihl ai n i the Pll rish. lI was "iii - t ".. utilt I I ; . lt-t (.tnipall!;, tr dtli,' gat,, to the ('oitilltional ( cotvI ention but as the" co vt'll ln i , not wiheldl the d -ýt - h tor's ntumerous rlehnds have induced hi IIn to ht'(eOite ai car (11dite ort Repre .euntativ, 'ronl Jell' l)avis l'ar'ish. DDr. le ul ngton Ki (ii(e (it the tore t, meni in the I arishi aunt one of the Ill()it atl' tmleit l this ,,cttia of the state, lanl wlil t e the vot( is of the p rit l ,h ,tunt tlket klnon to them juit whit lie 'taindIS for. Shboutll hte He e'lettel JefIferson D)avis , to~lih will Ii,,ve a ieerless, honest and protlcient put l otilcial. Dr. Penniington is too well known to the voters ot this parisi for us to go i Ito any lengthy discussion of his ability to represent the people oft this pari sh. It goes without saying that he is ver'y eminently fitted to till thus in. portant position. The Dr. hopes to call on you before' January 25th., but should he for' any reason fail to see you h)efore that date he respectfully solicits your vote and support, and promises if elected to serve the people of Jetfferson Davis parish to the very best of his ability. E. O. Bruner has saved the State thousands of dollars by cutting out un necessary expense and1 has made the Depart-1 ment of Agriculture and Immigratoin the most im portant branch of your government. Vote for him and you will make no mistake.-Adv. ive The Methodist Church Class. vill One ot the most enjoyable socia' af A. fair' or the enilg year w.i- tIe an 'he n l'l.tl e teltain.In t , ve':l by the Anti gh (' anit clas, rf the Mtlethodit nlaiday t sc Tha i at the h;n~, o' th' t' ich ~' \l ra. at,' N ii \a:iNe .. ; i ll o .Jay t!x',.lll::t. is Irn sjpite of thlit lat that there is ,ck il ie- ill imost of the homes in this (0111 in Iunlii ty, inembers anti triends of the cl ass to the numln'r' of seventyv.live Ltatther'edl to celebrate the occasion lit .\ltt ev ttevotiiao l servi ie, all joiitiel ii f littre'sting contests, the imost aillnlllI It, ~ tht;i ldit's it h'.e w1 , . th, t v. Ii II a n iu I'r (! the ienl t'ry the lhat of itheadliig needle vwhile seated u,; ,! lov stool, withi their h eet raItll, t rIo i "iii th ifoor. Altter a grteat deal c,t nlli r entl tlhe tiret pri/e w'as awar led to to Fred Davis, while Mr. J,. P. L('a il,,i o aftiri pains-taking effort seci't r l thlil r Ciitsolationi price. Delicious leti·r eh. isile!lts of cake, fruit salad anid limusca. Sdine punch were served. le The Anti-Cants have an active mieln bership of thirty-tiye, ninile ot wi hoil are teachetrs in the school. Also a.c tiio re ate memblhers to the numnber ot seven- teten who are affiliated with the holaie Stl departnment. id This class in addition to the regularI It bible study, conduct a Ladies' l'ayier i service every Tuesday atteriioon at 3 o'clock in the league room of th'i' church. A cordial invitation is exteutl d ed to all to attend these meetings. W'e also extend an invitation to those wiho are not members of any other Sunday I- School to join our class as active mein d hers. - I d Vote for E. 0. Bruner for Commissioner of Ag r riculture and Immigra r tion, the man who has e made good and has built up Louisiana agricultur ally.-Ady. Motor Rural Carrier Examination. The United States Civil Service Coni mission has announced an examination for the county of Jefferson Davis, La., " to be held at Opelousas, on February 26, 1916, to fill the position of motor ru ral carrier at Elton and vacancies that may later occur on motor rural routes fromi post offices in the above mentioned county. The salary on motor routes ranges from $1,500 to $1.800 per annum. The examination will be opoen only to male citizens who are actually domi ciled in the territory supplied with mail by a post office iii the county and who meet the other requirements set forth in Forms 2111 and 1977. Form 2121 may be seen posted at any postoflce in c the county for which the examination is held, and Form 1977 and application blanks may be obtained from the offices A at which the vacancy exists and where the examination is to be held, or from the United States Civil Service Commis. sion at Washington, D. C. The ap pointee to this position will be required t to furnish, maintain and operate a mod. r ern motor vehicle with a carrying ca- o pacity of not less than 800 lIundls anl h a cubic capacity of of not less than h O ; feet. Applicants must tile w~ i thi.r r applications a statement ol the equlp I. ment they will be able to provlde in the V event of appointment. Applrhtatioins t should be forwarded to the commission b at Washington, D. C., at the earliest it practicable date. d Seed Rice raised on virgin sod aj :from Imported Honduras and di Improved Blue Rose seed. t None better. If interested write t R. F. Weichert for prices and tt term at once. o0 -~ . - ---- iFor Sale-Two good o mules. Write R. F. Wei. e chert, Welsh, La. b Liven lip Your Torpid Liver. k To keep your liver active use Dr, Iv King's New Lite Pills. They insure b good digestion, relieve constipation, in and tone up the whole system-keep bl your eye clear and your skin fresh and tb healthy looking. Only 25c. at your la Druggist. No. 2tt T T ara S; Sil velition in llotlki on elllruary I tl l- t,,i ll th is . l !t ' '"l il( tin vt l l, , ti t lnua~ttion .li ., I i'l' l ,ll,H i t 'llu !1, ty O t ir a aggr '."l\' i. Ipe)';alti'. ii t denomlinattinal alialtýv byl w h I Stflout d - , . n , rl, trd int it' p,.. i the Slniday Shim!l i thel 'ith' l t ' 1'. k m and teachiii saryae ol the ah ciih [i i' onsiderpd. ('! 1. For the purp ,e ofit increaing h, Sinterest and etfltinay in ihble stuldy. 'ri 2. Of secutrilln~ the ie't nm , at'l(: ,l n Sunday sch- itl nman;ag,'en t :nd lI~ b 2 teaching. 4. 1() Ilo l ' ('l i'ly lin iug hithe h(iIlt' n with the rhi,~(h. 5. Of iiat ' aing the attenln'te tilula t, church services. 6. Ot extt'nulg thie henetits of (hei it' S"1ndiy St h1ol to eVtlery Ililan, WaIonili • and child. • ; 7. Of securing the converSion of the Scholars to the Lord Je sus Cl ist, and developing th in 'for (christian 'eervice. t All Sunday Schools in the parish are expected to send delegates and they --will be entertained by the Sunday School workers of Roanoke during their stay at the convention. Rub My Tism-Antiseptic, anod e;y 'Is pain, stops putrefaction J 234 In The Booster. ) 1V. [, t x ('HI FI.h jh. the lt b u ter " .,o t and thie knoker kno,'k Ant one ash:l : 1i L ithl an the ' thlir break. One shall lift anl thlt other shall lean. AnIl w!.i.ch wiil you taalk,. t)ne bhall wh1,,tl,, andi ont ' all e hine, One is hlght ant thit other i cldoonia. One is a illt.er that will not ; as' Ani the other is ;,riau il glootm. One tie hope ,of a btter lay, And a shoull,.r put to the wheel to pnsh. ()ne is a principle tirm ;l , ta e And the other i, soft a< nmnh. One is belhet in the final good. Anud a cheerful chant for the feet of joy, T'he other a funeral march so sadl It seem, like the devil's drcoy, Oh. the booster boosts and the knocker knocks Andl here is a toast to the, hoosters' trade, When the soldiers ,f hl'ht line up at last lie will be in the trrat parade, hloanoke, La., Jan. 10, lsl 6. Having never supported Mr. Barret for governor, t h e Times-I'icayune feels perfectly free to acknowledge that he hasn't a chance in the primary. We must remember, however, that t h e T. P. is published in a pessimistic at mosphere as far as Barret is concerned. American Press. . . ..... - a o . For Sale-Two good mules. Write R. F. Wei chert, Welch, La. An Effort to be Made to Remove the Barriers to Liye Stock Industry. There are three drawbacks to live stock farming in Southwest Louisiana; the cattle tick, charbon and hog chole ra. With these eliminated there is no other line of agricultural work that holds out a greater promise than live. stock breeding. And if nothing miscar. ries the end of 1916 will find these prob. lems very near the point of solution. We expect to make the hardest fight on the cattle tick this year that has ever been waged and as a means of combat ing charbon a price of 6 cents a double dose anthax serum has been obtained from one of the wholesale houses; the Police Jury at the January meeting agreed to finance the purchase of 10,000 doses, the money so expended to be re turned as the serum is disposed of. In this way it is expected that ;every ani mal in the parish will be vaccinated, thus giving the serum method a thor. ough test and as the new regulations require that no serum over three months old shall be used it is confident. ly expected that every animal so treat ed will be immune to the disease. Several outbheaks of hog cholera bave occurred in the parish within the past few weeks, entailing a loss of seve. ral hundred dollars, many of the hogs being good porkers, in prime condition for slaughter. Some of them were blooded stock and being kept for breed. ing purposes. Whenever these out breaks heve been reported promptly the disease has been checked by inocu. lating with anti-hog cholera serum, thus proving that this disease can be th . !i tuit l! l) ' L. ' .o ! r la ' ' '' il Il ht l 't it t( tilt' t 1, e1 '.' , illh' ta, l l, t. u(HI Iw lh!'ih it\ ' ',1 'ý ,:, 0b Ilot :l) .r'tit- a 1 ',u, ii. e do a, ,lll'. a ,id tqh'luentlly the' ('U ,', v'arie's w ith t h sli' > 1 , tlhe h' u biut Ii ,av lage is ,i it . ZU ] tiit ' hal , tiI. L ''ii _ tl I t' 1 i t till' U l i, ,t I(' ' I.ill \\, b i :s abo iut It h . lt I thi n i i (lil i! ,1e tI 1 t Ie Sl l il tilc h ft'. i . , t, 1' iil,'1 . t' io'se wh'h will, toa thtel in itto In tie,.ane F i, :ua:y l s ta.t: llto i . ,Ii a, Ie~ l a ,l':illi t' in tlil iill serul: nii llU t l t elll Sni the ilocatll oly of le oup with e slr u :i, both the snthile ae rlgue l nc' ((,e tma'ytln nts. lie ht her',e too, I wtoluld lice to urge as many ; the o ardters ol this settlen as ca, to attem)u thense le s rtulselots fol n delontrmtins, they will bt (orlthe bell)' til, heneaai ost to all who attend. Sympltomn of hog cholera: Among the exernal ,symptoms the average tarller may noticeru ae; ioculatendency to li, leound in bueds all day; second, the eyes draie gene o' ally lguiianted ater and bluish alld spots ough tehorougly, the eadis a under the belly; thir'd, geneaai weak. ness with a tendency to reel or woble dip or rhen walkin aouna li. Ttleatment; secure serum and inoculate itt once, clean up and burn all bedding places; drain ofi' all stagnant water and wash all food troughs thoroughly, then dis infect promises with 3 per cent creso dip or cresoline to which a little lime l!!,'y I." ' , t 1t-I. th i l ill! oiC ',H i dr i- CIi hll eh t t . l'Id,< It ill d t aboull t . ho bloi'o it thi' tll t hlli 'siCOln ty. Thes pitures denpict the horros of ,w 'r I' 1( li' y 1ii ; 'stal liti indel i lly U' , o!t' tl ,ril i mil .n t ii t. "1i. \V\ , .t l .r il a;i " tsU'ri' ('r, has t,\hill tion of the ilily aluthe-ltic War pi·rtuire meir it sr ' 11 i e:, sh. These pict iiw'e, w. r, produced under the auspices of the French govern. Thet toe are r eeorvd in the national arol , e to s re loaned by thegro c;OVe'uinenit to E. A;lexilder Powell, hoas a cirot ot tenti to this country. a These . icture dpit theshee holrors of wal' cntimly and stampll indelibly upon the nil what curvet is fouerindg aand hadls hih.s the elnationst war are en liduring thin. within 150 yard. There are no words in the dictionary which can CoilV(ey all adequate idea of what a great wart ill on is like. Whole towns are rated to the ground as a city o tents would e lels.veled by a cyclone. For sheer horror and de struction the shells from the Austrian Inade skoda howitzer make the tamous 2 centimeter shells seem niost only, aturkind. The sklnda shells weih 2,00 pounds, and their usual curve is four and a half miles high. The explosion kills every living thing within 150 yards. These and many other actual photo graphs of the great war will be seen in these reels. Remember, one night only, Saturday, Jan. 22nd. 15c and 25c, Phone 150 Mtjestlc ilotel DR. D. C. ILES, Eye, Ear, Nose and Thi roat lJ4llyr Lake Charles, La SEED OATS RED RUST PROOF 60c per bushel Bran and Polish At Mill Prices !ar Hlbiness is Appreciated. Call PHONE 44 and Get Satisfaction JLA. FONTENOT. IJ - 'a ° Look at this PIi('tluret-This is what Every Man looked Forward to when he was young. The ones who are realizing it are the ones iho kept this picttlire in their minds and went 'the Bank With Their Spare Money and let it "e up" for the future. Nothing is so pitiful as a timid and penniless age. Wbat are '"Y'0" going to do? Bank With Us Calcasieu Trust SSavings Bank f Y For Sale-Four Rhode Island Red Cockerels. See G. R. Boling. 3.tf. AT THE AUDITORI UM iI II Saturday Night Only- G IEEELS G "Fighting in France' Authentic War Pictures Produced Under the Auspices of the French Government. 15 and 25 Cents I - I Tuesday Night- "The Perils of Pauline" Crane Wilbur Pearl White and Paul Panzer 5 and 10 cents II " I Friday Night- "John Glade's Honour" C. Aubrey Smith and Mary Lawton 5 and 15 cents Saving Money Is An Art EVERYONE WOULD LIKE TO SAVE money, but there are some people with whom saving is an art. These people do not deny themselves the things they want but they do use excellent judgment in making their purchases. They are not what you would term "bargain hunters" either, but simply buy WHERE THEY GET THE BEST VALUES FOR THE MONEY INVESTED. They are the people who trade at our store. Best Values Always M artins'