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The following from a New Or
"esus paper shows the beginning
of the Brat work that is expected
Si be carried o t through the
Iauisisea Commercial Secreta
res' Association which was regu
larly organised at New Orlesas
the irst week in March, and which
honored Mindes by selecting her
seretary as seretary and tr
arer of the state a*ociation:
"There are 38,000,000 acres of
land in Loiooimsa and ax million
res is cultivation," said Mr. H.
A. Davis, secretary of the Minden
Progressive League, who attended
the seretaries' meeting the other
day. "Every other section of the
eemutry has bees exploted with
the euaxption of our own State.
Theu has been some exploitation
in Louleissas bt not on a syste.
"My suggestion is that as or
gaisatios be perfected something
er the order of the Texas Five
Millio Club, which will combine
Ssb e membership practically all
of the business isterests a the
-: r.aruuta that am orm itiom
*hisb "Tbh IoUienae Three
MiMI. VCub" ebosld be orgmirned
ti vii coimbims vry Imtermt
,fi * SUM that desiresan s
r-- of popuIation.
ý5r. D saiys "The tite of
·~rs bmLtL be turned to
mad~rl r I mama that .o
I~' umrik emcld be armed
whish $o work for that
sm Man the of
`Lusha.r Thee. Million Clob,'
psrpus it wiod be 4.
'the .m, to bhk g'
smd 8sthme rthy,
ýLI q, *s nulls abS rM
.( mmrmsg theBOs ina a. a
reuavorto .tl ad...
t.oetine hem to 0
'ý fi +º eosininreis#,
r Mato wkk
~mW. Adles .#
b i-O oflb.
4 a'ý +
o. m talk, ae brated its
Si easemtery e St. Ptrck's
d. yit live sad prosper a
lea as te memory of the bish
petroe Sait is held in loving
Wh-never a goid, 'rue. honest
Lonulilan Dennscrat feels like or
sngge. voting the Republican
ticket as the pnacea for bellot
box frauds, let him pause and re
call the tyranny, robbery and op
pression of reconstruction days,
and then reply to his own sugges
ioMs. Like Shakespeare he will
enquire if it were not "better to
bear the ills we have than ly to
otherlthat we know not of?"
It is now stated that District
Attorney J. Porter Parker of Or
leans, will institute an inve..tga
tion into the election frauds in
New Orleans. A number of wit
eseme had been summroned l.st
Saturday to testify in reference
to these charges.
Rumors are being circulated
that the Rock hland systems will
construct branch lines to Lake
Charles and New Iberia. Tbhi
Bee system is extending its. oper
stiops in Louisiana whenever the
opportunity affords a paying in
veotpest for its extension.
All over the State the base ball
tever a spreading and there is a
general line up of forue for the
eembsts of the present season.
Thu. are few towns of any im
portamee bat have organised a
club for the natiounal past tame.
TbI isr aams well in tbe Cad
do ol Ii" that kM. a yield of
140000,000 feet a day. This is
ritky owued by a single corn
Iabb It ismow chimed that
W "M pp hat 14iyS#5
Th Vedmio. of Womaa'.
luMb will hd tbair meat Vo,
[rmtius. Am IewOrImm m April
3,Mmd q a Id.. The progrm
for Ibie smas a LU mavseelie.
tas bee. prommlpa*L
0. o. wUN..., Imysutor o the
Fulatlug Pire. Atuinwhrmt, will
esiabrlus the fastlr, 4o sris im.
IwLum in abrrv.pewt. The
pdmt . Nvr. Wilie.. is on.
tha vea the job prister ose
sl tie cn4 ""t printing asdis a
very --l duties.
,et 1#k Shir. as ameeting
of the ebildee of Nastbltcbe. to
0 sud wwreuIbstnd t.
h y par! hs peri. of es
w_ iawfA. AM prim.lNI
u~-shubM wwu. had.L
Sm.U~. a i ° . Wuaits
iiI lbt.&Ohut hit
~-ih p"s.s fec t ·egm
11 UM - i·.
Wed meer at the foot of Tzas t
The anti-serees ordinance for
salooen in Shreveport has already E
resulted in the arrest of a pro
prietor for staining the glass of a
his front door.
Answering Roll Call.
Life's battle has been fought.
One by one the her,i,' veterans,
who have written an imperishable
epitph on the acroll of fame,
stand in the presence of the grim
Reaper and answer the final roll
eall. H. P. Wells, a resident of
Shreveport. died last Friday, aged
74 year. Hle served with distinc
tion during the war. Lawyer,
legislator, orator anta above all
else honest, and, upright he has
gone to his final rest honored and
Adolph Hebert. one of the
pioneer residents of Calcasieu
parish, died last week, ajged 73
years. te belonged to the cater e
of gallant heroes left from the
struggle of the sixties.
The Lucky Quarter
Is the one you pay out for a box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They bring you the health that's
,nore precious than jewels. Try
them for headache, biliousnes.,
constipation and malaria. Ifthey
disappoint you the price will be
cheerfully refunded at all drug
Yrs. J. C. Egan.
Mrs. J. C. Egan, wife of*Dr.
J. C. Egan, of Shreveport. died
at Mt. Lebanon last Saturday,
after a short illness.
This lady was a most lovable
wmman and had endeared berself
to a wide circle of friends in
Shreveport and North Louisiana.
o her husband, a distinguished
citinen of Shreveport. and other
rehlatives sympathy is extended in
their sad bereavement.
All parties are hereby notified
not to eat the timber or trespses
eon the lands of Pardee Company.
under penalty of the law.
- W. D. Masseot,
f7 3m. Agent for Wine PariLh.
One Hour a Day.
One hour a day withdrawn from
privolous pursuits, acd prufitably
employed, observes the Natchb
toobes Times, would eamble any
man of ordinary capacsty to mas.
ter a science.: One hour a day
would make an ignorant man a
well informed man is ten years.
One heor a day would pay t'irtwo
deay and two weekly newpapers,
twerleadseg maaszies and adoehs
books. as houraday a
boy or girl emld read tweaty
ipages .t&ougbtfally,-ov!e sever
~am Pupst sighteew large
.t*lmsa yeur. An hour a day
ight meate all the differencea of a
b~mrestesae and a ueful, bhapp
living. As hour a day.. might
make-nay has made-ea Un*
nrewu u faemos one. a se.ns
ee & benelsetor to hie race.
oneIider, thea, the mighty pesi
ginR~.et Lw., four, ye,*bsrm
dade--_ a . e, on.S t "-;awq,.
e se e b rone f at our
A~~W iuen 4Ari
Ntulm t Bodo W l dt CarM
tdsy of sen me.
Batone oage. La., Marek , IsR.
Whereas, by section 3 of Act No. a of the
estra sesson of the OGeneral Aembly of the
tate of Louisiana, approved Doee . 3 1, it is
made the duty of the eard of Liquidatem
the SBtte debt to advertise for d tinite bId
btrm the banks throughout the State. both
State and National, for the custody of ftnds io
their respective perishes beloaglag to or re
eeive in behalf of the State by sherifs or Ita
Whtreas. said Board of Liquidation at a
meetl-Ky lhki Fetruary s, 1l98, by resolution
authorized the carrytui into efect said secticm
2 of saik act and authorized the Secretary of
State to advertise for bids in manner and form
ar required by law.;
Now, then fore. 1. John T. MicLel, Secretary
of Sta.., by virtue of the authority vested in
me by said resolution and in accordance with
said act, do hereby give public motice to the
banks in each parish that bids will be received
frnm 'htem ty the Board of Liquidation of the
State debt for the custody for the funds be
longi:g to *,r received in behalf of the State by
the sheirtlf. or tax collectors of the respective
parishes in which said banks are domiciled
after thirty (W) days advertisement of this
notice as required by law" All bids sahll be
sealed and indorsed ou the envelope "Fis"al
Ageecy Bi4" and addressed to the 8tate Audi
tor at Baton Rouge, La.. on or before April 1,
The letting or awarding oe said fulds will be
made by amid Board of IAquidation at its Srat
meeting called by the Governor at his oIoe
after April 18, 115, due notice of which will be
The succeeful bidder or bidders shall as
security deposit with the State Treasurer an
amount of bonds of the United States, or of the
State (except Baby bonds) or of any prih,
city, town or levee district thereof (such bands
to have a market value at least equal to the p.r
value thereof) equal to the soi avdmrge
deposits of snh authority, as ermined by
the re'ord of the year previos. or shall give
boad with a duly authorised surety company a
surety for a sam not feter thaL to per oataum
of the capital and surplus of such surety com
pasy, or may depocit bonad aoresaid for past
of the security and give sauety bond for the
balance in such proportatioa as said beak or
beaks may see S. The Bard of Laguiaties
ereerves the right to reject any and all bid.
JOHN T. MICHEL.
amI-3d eseter) of stante.
Notic for POUM~lm.
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MEYER ' BROS., LTD.
Headquarters for the latest
Novelties in Dress Goods
Hosiery, Neckwear, and Ready to wear Garments
Manhattan and Eagle Shirts
Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes
• Men's Hannan Shoes
Men's Hawes Hats
Zeigler Brothers Celebrated Laten Shoes
Samples sent cheerfully and orders filled the same
day as received.
T. Plournoy, President. F. O. Rdso, First Vice Prddems t
J. S. Handy, Second Vic President fIar
Oliver B. Morton, Cashier J. T. Austin, A i t a r
THE OUACHITA NATIONAL BANK
Capital Saoo,ooo Surplus $ioo,ooo
TOTAL ASSETS OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
No Busiess Too Larp sad.. None Too Small to Receive Our
Most Caual .d Conaderate AtteNtiLo
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J.. M. au .uy, rei sM aK M LieO. M4ý, ý LeL,
Sii D. £. Pueddeat Nst1 Iwsi daam p I Cmub...
W nduea, de c aeSm of Dioie, hnsw innsJk r "ed..
a. _1 eim.. c alg. 3md a m m.
Interest at rate of 3 1-2 per cent
per annum compounded every 6 months, will
be'paid on ltme deposits in Savings Department
This Beak was formed by "Ie consolidation of the former
Ouachita National Bank miu the Monroe Natiounal Bank,
which took plsaeorn April 20th, 1907
This is the Oaty Bank is Moro.
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asd the Fmot W krtab
weuipg shoe made today.
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