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Real A.. ,,. "r The United State. '; ed American t: ' help win tlhe ,v':.. Will you agr.e , ... War Sa v : ", are a taniblh pFr f ,c"' pledge. Ever - sary, to b ' '.,.. much cacth -. :;. " " BANK . ; S. MARTI NVILLE terest. - -- - Sthl s:,,,.-, :. ,m i m r THE I, , interest. - . .. .. .. ~~b M·M~4MJM·M· TO 1'I'I-U PUBLIC. If youº w~ltit Iit'ii III JjJthxulj ill tile way of agrae~iultur.. Ii ittriltlira. live stock, or IIyihiui I 'ig guwii uII t hi' fIrm. write your 1ldh t` tir ttiii t'omunlildsiolier of Agriculture. liHtoi IhuigE, La. Div Ctuiwieeotle~r loi ai .Nmdket Biireau. or Swappers Iorjl;11 uiriit, and can tied wlt tt Si'U Want. We do all kinds of Printing; TO THE FARMER. If you have aunythig to sell pertaiuiug to agriculture. horticulture live-stock. dairyizig. etc., write the Commissioner of agricultuir. Batonu Iouge. La.. and he will use ,very effort to dispose of auy tliing growu on the farm ini Louisiana. Thb Commissijuer has illargurated a Bureau of Markets and wautd to aid you n every way possibli. CHICKENS [QUIRlE FOUR KINDS OF FEED Must Have Greens, Grit, Grubs ani Grains, or Substitutes. Some one has well said that chicir ens need four kinds of feeds: greens. grit, grubs and grains. Since thit"' four classes of feeds all begin with the letter G, they should be easy to re member. Too many people make the mistake of feeding their chickens fromi only one or twooftheeegroups. When ever the feeds from any one of these groups is lacking, the chickens are not being fed a ration that is properly balanced. Greens. The generous supply of suc culent grasses, sprouting seeds, and other tender vegetation which is al ways aocessible to the wild bird must be replaced with the chicken which is in confinement by :ubstituting youn' grass clippings, sprouted oats, n waste from the garden such as lettuio or cabbage leaves. Grits. This means sharp. hard .ub stances with which chicks grind ;h," feeds they eat. Never forget that tih chicken is not provided with teeth, but that it has to grind all food whihf" it eats by the use of sharp gravel stones in its gizzard. If it is allow.-d to go without a sufficient supply of this sharp, gritty material, the fool will not be properly ground or di gested. Grubs. The wild bird eats lots of bugs, insects and grubs of various kinds. This diet of animal food is very necessary to the chicken which is expected to lay many eggs and to stay in good health. On our farms many of the chickens can obtain near ly enough of this kind of food during the spring and summer months, but when fall.and winter eggs are wanted it becomes advisable and economical, to feed additional animal food. Grains. This is the class of feeds which corresponds to the wild seeds eaten by birds, and is the class whicn Is most commonly fed to chickens. Corn is the most common poultry feed in Louisiana. Water. While not classed as food, water is just as important, for with out it the food will not be properly digested. Do not neglect this.-A. F. Roll. Live Stock Extension Service, Louisiana State University. - It was reported that the big pumps erected at Port Barre will soon be in operation and put 'enough water in the T'eche to per muit the rice planters to continue their pumping without interup tion. NOTICE. I have on my piiice sinc'g three months, oneric cot\ and heifer, cow branded on ear, color, red. Owner can come prove his property and pay the cost of advertising, etc. C. K. Langlanais. June 15 Broussard, La. SUCCESSION SALE. ,lath JudioCal Disrict iour.. Stiat of L lisialta, I arihh of 1St. la till. Hty virlue, of an orrder anlld I io llllllis -in)l gUlalnt'd iln IIe ahioe EsHate .) thIi iii. thi iItht .ldi ial listrict I lurlt ii, I w il tut r fir ale a 1 :ill ell o0 ti';le to i be ii by a tcolpent ii tlie-, at Publclt Auction, fir ci,,i, I, tih- lIst and hlighlee t liddler, hetw,. lleI, l tl hours (i a.m. . and 4 p n.) :tl thi, fil dior of lwe I ourt li. . in. ti 'lTwi, t, St.,atl i . vilie . S. idati pair hih, La Saturday June 29, 19IS" the following hwieiernil,'d prniperty, lehuog. lugt t, the said Ellate ti-wit: I, One black American mars iunij. 2. One bay Ameriean hnr e mule. 3. An other black Amerit'n horse mile. 4, OnJ Mouse colored mar mIlle niamed "Queen". 5. One waganI. t, Another Wagon. 7. One Plow. 8. One Plow. I, One Plow. 10. One Plow. II. One Stub* ile digger. 12. 1)in' Razeurac. Sold to pay the debts of the said estate. Termi and eoiditioni-- eash. Nelle O)livlor, Adminlstratrix. A woman never feels dressed up unless she feels uncomfortable. J. J. UiisdUIN & L RO. MA.Ub...TURElkis UY RE GcYPIRES LUMBER, SillNiGLES, GiEri;>iiS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS, AND CARRY A LARiGE STOCK OF Long Leal Yellow Pine Lumber Flooring, Siding and Demention OUR PRICES VERY LOW. g- CtALL, ANDS SEE tC AND SAVE SOME MONIEY . &- :ZAI - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - --- - S TlE SOUTH'S CREATESTCO SCHOOL OF ." S LECOLLEGE. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Should be given the betr' training to pre pare them for success a bunaness. YOURPersonal Instruction, tree Umploy. ment Department. Complete College Bank. College Store and Wholesale Ofices. No misrepresentations to secure stu dents. Through the auccess of its 22000 former students. Soule College is recognised everywhere as a Wide Awake. Practical, Popular and Ouc cessful School. oa0. SOUnI. a SONS. SMANY MEN TIHINK THEY HAVE INSUR- . • ANCE \VJIEN I'11EVY MERELY HAVE A . POLICY. 1 FIRE makes ever)' an think: "W\Vhat company 4 carries my risk" i'ile answer may determine the 1 property owner's whole tuture. A clean record . ;~ through one hundred andt four years backs the state s ment that a H1.ART'IF. RI) FIRE' INSURANCE - ' POLICY means a prompt, cheerful payment of an i. honest obligation :: 1i Tl'l'..ELIIIO (NE ijl I'. A. BIINVENU, AGENT, Agency Established In 1903. "' i The Nation's Needs Come First Any patriotic American would glady stand aside and give his place--anywhere--to an officer on government duty. The placing of the Bell telephone system at the disposal of the government, as was done when \nar broke out, involved the same patriotic obliga tion. During the months of military preparedness, the War and Navy Departments had the service of the most comprehensive and efficient telephone system in the world. And it must be kept so. In the face of the unprecedented demand from pri vate sources, every government need must and will be met. The government comes first, but we are do ing everything that science can suggest and that money can accomplish to maintain our general service at the usual standard of efficiency. A loyal organization is working continuously to meet the increased demands and your patient co-opera tion will prove helpful and inspiring. Telephone users can help by avoiding useless conversation and by encouraging their employes and associates to ube the telephone only when necessary during the busy hours of the day, and to make their conversations brief. With this patriotic attitude of the public to ward us we can serve the government first and render a service that will meet the requirements of the commercial and social world. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated Ii. (ALLO1s, MANAGER Do not borrow your neighbors paper this year, subscribe for it yourself, it cost so little, $1.00 for the whole year.