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T First Duty of a Salaried
M$AN SHOULD BE TO SAVE
MouSaved and Put Awaq Sley w4lpesct you
- rees 7M and pan yet tre wtaedvantag.
d Oppfetue thaut wil -sleys to you
Fuiding the Capital of your Workidng Yews
INSURES YOUR FUTURE
Bat Choose the the Right Place to Put Your Capital
or the Hard Earned Savings of a lime Uis may be
Swept away In a day.
Resouarces of $338,189.82; Capital, SerpIs and
Undivided Profits'of $119,01225 and able, cosarv
ative, progresive directors eplais our high tdiag
BANK OF WINNFIELD
TRAVELINO MEN, OVE ME-A TRIAL
W. E. HARTY Liveryman
IaISES MEET ALL TRAI
Will Do My Best To Please Yous
Witnnfield, - Louslata
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Aloha, La., March 36.-8-ma.
pox is quite prevalent in Colfax.
A few pleasant moments were
spent with Bros. Killingsworth of
Colfax, 8. L. Morris of Winnfield
and Ruse of Verdi one day last
weet, who passed their spare time
with u3 while waiting for trains.
Miss Grace O'Quin, the accom
plished daughter of Mr. J. W.
O'Quin, of Colfax, was a visitor
at the home of Mrs. Miller on
The farm and garden interest
of this country is better up to
this date than common.
Mr. B. F. Galloway, of Vilas,
was in Aloha on the 19th and says
if he can borrow five hundred
dollars more he will get oil in two
and a half mites of Aloha. He
also proved t, us that an egg could
be made to stand on its largest
end without breaking it, and that
was mews to us here in these
satiks. Bat we learn since, and
you can, too. that we can make a
hen egg stand alone on the little
end; it only takes a trial. Mr.
Gasloway says he does not believe
the earth turns over, but I do.
But I don't think his opinion or
mine will change any facts.
Mr. M. Balette went to Verda
last Friday on business.
Mr. J. N. Fletcher went to Col
fax on the 19th.
Capt. C. H. Teal uas pleasant
visitor in Aloha recently.
With beet wishes to your paper
and city, I am yours truly.
Good itr Everybody.
Mr. Neeman B. Voetrer, a pro
mamen tsreiteet, in the Delbert
Buildiag, 8ea Francisco, sys:
**I fully endorse allU that has been
s.id of I1ectric Bitters as a tona
lediciaem I is good for evry
body. It eoarets stemaeb, liver
ad kidn diarders in a promp
and eiad t manner and bulds
up the system." Electric Bitters
is the best spring mnedicie ever
sold over a druggist's counter; as
a blood puriier it is umequaled
50c at all druggists.
Altruism is a very fine dvotrine
a taught and pracrticed by the
French philosopher, Cate. D,
lag good to others and following
the practse-of humanity are the
very essence of Chbristianity. It
s a priiple utterly opposed to
as ses. But 'rho would for
an instant believe that Henry
Claws, the Nw Yoe k banker,
whew he urged upoe the workmen
the practies of altrism the
matter of wages, was not himself
actuated by the spirit of selah
ness? Behind his plea stabds the
idae of greater eduetie of ex
p . in the maspmgeentor huge
menaopolisr an gigante nerpora
tiero Then the covert threat
mde. thalalf a out is better
an a lost aall. Or In other
adiis, take what is profered or
do wl othbing at all. Asa Lal
eeel for his plea to gave
sad tes, as the e upe" the
st.d weMr of -the. threatened
o~p of predatory apial, he
mewhile, we can not gnasw
tlhE poi ltusl i a n isb pre.
fefar a ad the dserbing
4went she aime
o Pfeisat Btouevuit to
biter k U it Mr. Dryan
eta aýirel aLt
e. 9If tbe sie
UtlOaM tL Ths.
The boy who spends his time on
the streets, resorts to all kinds of
subterfuges to kill time and escape
study at school, or lend a helping
hand to his mother, is not apt to
grow up a useful citizen. In these
strenuous days it takes applica
tion, industry and education to
rise in the scale of usefulness and
prominency. The boy in his teens,
who prefers a life of idleness to
honest endeavor, cannot expect
to become aught else than a hewer
of wood and a drawer of wate.
during his manhood years. It
takes will power, the ambition to
chlm5 in order to make the useful
man or woman in this life. The
advancement into the higher
strata of existence and the increas
ing demand on both the physicail
and mental lowers to take the
lead in the active pursuits of life,
admonish the boys and girls that
the lack of appreciatiol., and time
spent in frivolities and avoidance
of duty wil: make them iaggads
in the race towards the goal of
There are not wanting young
minds that comprehend the re
quirements of the present, and
whose hearts are filled with a
laudable aim, but they seem to be
the exceptions, yet they inevitably
achieve prominency in the various
pursuits of life, and are leaders of
the hosts who battle for the re
wards of honest endeavor.
Do not fritter away the golden
mads of tame. Mingle amid its
ever lowing particles the dashing
light of genuine pleasure and
rational enjoyment as a foil to the
burden of work. But always
remember that work only can
build the aure foundation of the
temple of usefulness that shall
stand as the monument to a noble
endeavor and the holy cause of
bettering the human family.
No Usm to Die.
"I have found out that there is
no use to die of lung trouble as
you ean get Dr. King's New Dis
covery," says Mrs. J. P. White of
Rushboro, Pa. I would not be
alive today only for that wonder
ful medicine. It loosens up a
cough quicker than anything else,
sad cures lung disease even after
the ease is pronounced bope.less."
This mont reliable remedy for
coughs and colds, lagrippe, astlh
ma, bronchisis and hoarseness. in
soMl under guarantee at all drug
h . 50 cents and $1.00. Trial
Hero It Is.
An exchange furnishes the fol
lowing Jingle: Kind friends, hbav
you heard of the town of No
Good, on the banks of the rivei
8low, where the Some-time-ors
other seents the air and the soft
/o-6wsue grow? It lies in Litn
valley of what's the use, in tli
vince of Let-her-slide; it's Lth
borne of the reckless I-don't-cre,
where the (ive-it-ups abide. Tih
tow is as old as the hupa race,
and it grows with the sight ol
y iar; iis wrapped in the fog of
the Idler's dreams; its streets are
pavrd with discarded dreams and
spriLaked with useless tears.
Bet enler l. the World.
ety. V. Searbird, of East Ray
mead, Mainse, says: "I have used
Beckie's Arnica, alve for sev
ealt years, on my old army wound
sed other obuelate sores, sna Ind
itthlm b ealr lr thi wrld. I
o, i too with great scess is m
veterinary busine's." Price 2k
at. i drua ts. .
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a . ar, age e.•
S Of . l.aterst.
Yp 3ot Y asrbS e b the
seessg whiesb Als's lever
PFiowlers _aoal. ase
Dever *her high.
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S. P.NsM1R. Pr.. n. MWoIyM. vi- Pies. P. C. smaa. &
WINN PARISH BANK
STRONG, CONSERVATIVE, PROGRESSIVE
S Don't wait until you have a thousand dollars, or
even a hundred, bef)ore you open a bank soonook
This hank aimls to be a.+ universally useful as a
4S ~ groeervy .tore. Try a checking account for one
year and you r ill be convinced of the wisdom of
S tlih bank habit.
Farmers' Business Solicited
No Business too Large---None too sall
To Receive Our Careful Atteatlem
Special Inducements _.
TO THOSE WIHJlN. TO PURCHASE
Hardware, Furniture, Stoves, Tin
ware, Glassware, Crockery, Matttngs,
Rugs, Buggies, Surries, Harness and
Saddlery, Cane Mills and Evaporators, -
w indows, White Sewing Machines.
We will pay railroad fare both ways to those makieg parch ss
from as to the amount of $20. We have a full and complete
up-to-date line of all the above mentioned goods
PRICE HARDWARE & FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
S 010-12 Railroad Ave., .0,0.0 RUSTON, LA.
BRING RECEIPT FOR RAILROAD FARBE WITH YOU. M .
I. BAER COMPANY, Ltt
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods, Notioms,
" Clothing, Hate and Shoes.
Mail Orders Solicited and Presmpt4 Atmtisi a
CASH CATALOGUE PRICES DUPLICATED.
STEDO. MARX Pr.R. P BR. BLANKS, Vice Pre&. LZDr coag, . ep ,
THE FAMOUS COMPANY, LIMITE
MONROE, LOUISIANA -
THE DAYLIGHT STORE
Dry Goods Shoen, Ladies' Realy-to.Wpar Garmem and Ge.t
Agents for Moneybak Silks, Alf Benj.amie ad Co1ilas.
t Clothes and Young Bros Has.
Not long ago it was thought that a beak
account was only for the independently
rich. Today it is becoming a couwn.
ieuce and almost a necessity for al.
Permit us to mention a few of Its Advammt
S FIRST, we have a burglar-proof seriw dear sl
also have imrance against berginry ad
hold-ups, a fire proof vault aud war . -e
BONDED. : : : : :
You are cordially invited to call at ear Bak at
time and we will be glad to talk tie matterouI
yeu and explain how we can be of asrlef y...
- We want your account
Whether large or small, reembesr c ome t
saving is to begin at eace, ad te as ad to
steadily at it. We receive deposits treenm dsem
Re eber we pay 3 1-2 per cat on Ssy }
Deposits and Compom d every SE eets..
Union Bank & Trust Co,
B. L. Andr
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