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A aewr a,. door sad blind
-a ha -* been. -tb.
lmled in Base. fouge,
Lamr MYsgsveh, syIu was
hahged in New Orleis., ha
bee ll tried and convic
A rural free delivery route from
Jees.ore by Hebron, Cleveland
ad oter palis will be put in
peratln od 8Sptsmbe 16.
Wlt..bqath in Louisisa. is
serded swift puihmat in thie
ssmg. ash bruality ds.rve
the gees astribu.tie of Jastiae.
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" r km p something to knock the
ladri, dctor," remarked a sallow
d lekly laking man, enatering a
piem.t physician's once the other
The dncor stepped to his medicine
tookdown a cople of bottles, mizen
s preparation which he handed to the
pati-at with the eastomary advice to
'shae well and ollow directions,' and
"luch cases are frequent," replied the
datar in aswer to a question. '"The
warm days sad damp, chilly nights are
certain malaria breeders and are most
serious in those who have neglected to
keep their stomach, liver and bowels in
god coadition. Such persons are full
of the mperitie on which the malarial
germ thrives, and it is from this class
that typhoid fever, pneumonia, Bright's
Iaase, small poa ad yellow fever claim
meeost d their victims whenever these di
-0 are prevalent.
The proper way to guard against the
maarial germ and the srions diseases
which follow it is to get into good condi
tion by taking a .eliable remedy that
will heep the bowels clear and the liver
healthy, and to continue with it at re
qust intervals dauing the ickly season.
A dse of Prickly Ash Bitters three or
f.ut times a week will do all o. this, be.
des stimuating the digestion, improv.
iag the appetite and keeping the bodily
ersy at the highest pitch.
Prickly Ash Bitters Is known every
_--e s a e system tonic and bowel reg
later. t not only removesa n trces ad
malarial poison from the system, but
tone up the vital organs, gives new
asresgt ad vior, makes the body
esagh adthe brain active.
h t he I e ear red- atsi
wt ast naet tla W. y. howm es.
_--'" yw seas -wQ u. $Siw 0 ,Aa
sid by & sr. .5. Pries U*aL.
Balth-Gribsam Drug Co., Spesia
I ofcity tietbstfruits of hi own
I l sand griLt
a mIm *Immr are heilj
aids k sivspasttso make the
8Sl. guisies of 16e-. Lemaes 1
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* he g1isueed th dUmd of
Zia mhk,ý ThBa 8ss of FVet
et as wH thei uawasl cos- I
Aa .sadfad ituu3$ seolored i
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CMS, of l"ý~wbl
AUtugstos Times: It s Rgea.
erally ceicsded that Jared, as the
ladies are bound to call him, made
a fne speech-he always does
and judging from what talk -we
beer there as no reason to doubt
the fact that he made many friends
and probably many votes by his
plain, straightforward talk.
The Monroe Star says: The
intelligent public will rejoice when
General Jastremaki fully recovers
and can take his place in the can
vass now being made throughout
the state. General Jastremski is
a high-minded, honorable gentle
man, and even his political op
ponents will do him the honor to
listen attentively to his speeches.
Lafayette Comet: General Jas
tremaki stands for election, not
on his ability to place before the
people his personal merits, but
because of the principles which
he advocates-principles of which
he was the father and for which
he stood four years ago. His
opponent was elected but the
principlee for which the General
stood bore fruit and the Legisla
ture adopted the primary law,
curtailing the gubernatorial pat
Mansfield Journal: At last if
seems that Congressman Bob
Broussard will take a position in
the gubernatorial contest and that
he will support Col. Wilkinson.
If he doe, he will carry a heavy
vote to the Wilkinson column an
he is exceedingly popular in his
district. * " General Jastrem
ski's friends say the general is
biding his time in speech-making.
He will wait until after the other
eandidates "have talked them
selves out and run their course in
joint debates sad personal flings."
Thea he will '"wak up the About
era for his opponents" and, pro
bably, make the campaign a bit
"Regular as the Sun"
is an expression as 'old as the
race. No doubt the rising and
setting of the sun is the meet
regular performance in the
universe, unless it is the action
of.the lihVr and bowels when re
ulatbd with Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Guaranteed by all drug
r . What Iseded. -
I A single month in jail for any
I director of the Standard Oil Co.n
paioy would be more efective
than a $100.000,000 fine imposed
on each of them. Six moeb or
a year for thou. whose guilt ie
I eusablished would make the
I dard Oil (lompany a very docile
I tad law-biding e.rpaorats , and,
ooidentally,; would furnish an
example bj wh4 other law-defy
in.movopoH s would be very
to prof--.New York Amer
G. W. Marlowe, Imast Florence,
Ala., wtisea "For nearly seven
even year I was alelieed withb
form of skin dimes which esased
uas emewbarble itobing. I
f fthl: w ort. ,rest nor sleep
i "eli a~t e pr
uaaemea$ rof Itried BHeat
8a O iPP'nee relieved
is" *o* b earme me. and
tboggb a year has pesed, I have
ytam eared. I am g baefl b e
i n. eto a .. v
week amed t egO atf
h .hda, will bree
Wi s.--l a eenasses
umaRe ICMU & Im &bl
(Arkansas Southern Div).
No. N Northbound-Lr. 8In a. .. dally.
)No. I6, Northbound-Lv. 1:46 p ., day.
No. 07 Boutbbound-Ar. 8:03 p. m., dal.
No. 4, Southbound--Ar. 11:10 p. m. dafly.
- Louisiana anId ArkansaU
101, leaves 3:15 p.m. for Jena, La.
102, ar 7:20 a.m. from Jena, La.
7, Ivn 7:30 a.m. for Alexandria, La.
8, ar 3:00 p.m. from Alexandria, La.
1, at 2:5, p.m. from Hope, Ark.
1, Ivs 3: ' p.m. for Alexandria, La.
2, ar 8:55 am. from Alexandria, La.
2, Irva 9:04 a.m. for IHope, Ark.
Louisiana Railway & Navigation Co.
(Red River Valley).
No. 5. Soothbound- Dep. 8:1 a. . daily.
No . Northbound-Ar. 11:2 a. m. daily.
No. . Bouthbound-Dep. 3:45 o. mn. daily.
No. Northbond-Ar. 6:56 o. m. daily.
Scbedadl of the
"Always on Time."
coaaacrDa To JLTy 1st, 1908.
Southb'nd. natrAoMs. Northb'rd.
This No 1. - TaAa No. 2
8a00 am LT .. Hope, Ark 3:40 PMaa
8:1 " .... 'oler,Ark 3:27 . "
8 "31 "" Baker, Ark. .....3:08 " "
18:- " " Stamps. Ark . 2: " "
:t " " .... Buchanan. Ark ...2:44
9:156 " .. cKanie. Ar. ..2: "
9:8 " " ..... Cp Arimrnt, Ark .1:17
0:4 " " ....Taylor. Ark 1:0 " "
10'1 " " ... Spring Hill. La. :4.... 1: "
10:1 " " S .....erep.. LA 1:5 " "
1:"i! " ... Cotton Valle. La 1:05 "
10:48 " ..... Hortman, La .. 1.6 " "
U! " ....og t.pringas. L ...2:37 " "
21a0 " '" . i...- Mnden. La ..... 12:8 '""
11: " " ...Sibley, La ..... t.Q "
12:16 PM " Hefin, La . . 11:0 "
125:2 I-ry burg. La .. 11:21 ....
123:8 .... ..Lawhon. L . . 11:14 " "
12:.1 " .. Jamestown, 1La . 1 :0
1 " ..... Castor, La .. 10:0 " "
1:.01 .... . A':betrta, La ...-10:47 " "
1:5,, .. Ashland. La W:7
1:4 " .....hestanut, L . 108 " "
301 ." .. 'loldeaen, La .. 9:48 " "
:1 .. Coldwater, La .... : " "
0 ' " .......G(race. L ... I11: 9
S" " . Calvin. La.. : " "
:10 " ... WNNFIELD, LA.. 9:04
88 " ...- Packtoa. La . : " "
8444 "" ..._ WiUlIna. A... 8:1I "
4:01 " " .......Dr Prong, La I. ...7: -
4:1 " " .........Bentdy, La. 7:4465 ""
43 aI ......... Tioga, La.... 7:23 " LV
56 - ..... .Alexaadria, La. 6:3
nrars If warn
7:13 ax tv _..... .W NPIIFLD .... .J: p Lv
?:4 " " . .. .. .....t ..S " "
5:1 6 " " ..... ..Wl..a...n :1 "
S " .... . Dry Pron ........
1:4 " .... ..Be tay...... 1.3 "
9:10 " as............ TiogaI ..... .... . 2: " LV
9)0 " "........ Alexadria....... 1: " "
Tauna W1 W - Ta. l
8:13 Pu Lv .....INNFILD...... 7:20 An
8:48 " v... ...Packto, La ...... 6:M " A
4.1 .... Georgetown, La ..... :.1 -
4: " . . .....L.....e , L _........ 1: " "
41 " " ...... ..... Trou .......... 5:4 "
41 " "...... Goedpine ........ :s
434 5 am........... JmL,. 63:4 v
The Leuisiassm A Arkam>s Railway mases
e eaemeo wih the follewBag Boeat
s uamed below:
At ep, Ark with t LI , Prir ys.
At Sm Ark., with t L 8 W (Geae.
At .with V O AP (Qaeen sad
At*with L& R-w By.
with tCit Ca 1 I P y., and L 3
S La., IwMt T O P b, MSLI M
-tLW a0 By., L A I C o., IoueLrn
At Georgtewn, La.. with 55 LI 5.
S . LAwI neoa, U. . & P. AgSl
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Daily passenger service between Winafield, New Orleans, Baton
Rouge, Alexandria, Natchitoches, Shreveport and intermediate points
8:15 a.m. 3:45 p. m. . . Winnfield ar. 11:25 a. m. 6:55 p m.
8:45 p. m. ar. Shreveport Iv. 7:00 a. m.
7:14 p. m. ar. Coushatta Iv. 8:01 a. m.
7:25 p. m. ar. Natchitoches lv. 7:54) a. m.
10:17 a. m. ar. Colfax Iv. 4:5' p. m.
11:15 a. m. ar. Alexandria iv. ::55 p. m.
4:09 p. m. ar. Bayou Sara Iv. 11:06 a. m.
5:09 p. m. ar. Baton Rouge Iv. 10)7 a. im.
8:15 p. m. ar. New Orleans Iv. 700() a. m.
Daily package cars from New Orleans and Shreveport to Winn
field also to stations on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific, L. & A. Ry.
and Louisiana & Northwest R. R.
To insure prompt despatch route your shipments care L. R. & N.
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Shreveport, La. Shreveport, La.
E. C. D. MARSHAL, G. F. & P. A., Shreveport, La.
$30.00 TO CALIFORNIA
September i to October 31, 1907, Inclusive
Tse re appeI. trom most places I Le . crrespo.a.g rates from ,ter pala
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