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The Bessemer Gas Engine Co.
GROVE CITY, PA.
ANNOUNCE THlE APPOINTMENT OF
LAYNE & BOWIER COMPANY
CROVILEY, LA., BRANCtH
As Distributors For The Louisiana Rice Fields Of
Bessemer Oil Engines
This alppointment backs your liessenler installation with the strength
aml service of Two, Igi coIcerns. ieach with a splenidid h) istory of ac
mplishment. The Laynºie Bw Iler ('ompany are ntiw ready to IanlitW
interesting pri'ce.s and delivery ldates on the famouns T''ype IV Besse
ntir. A lisseinur oti your rice farm backed by Layne & Bowler ser
vice, Ilight be looked upon as crop iisuranic. War cornlitions make
i.arly o.lection tdvisall.e. Writie the Laynue & Bowler Co., ('rowley, La.
IN THE NURSERY OF A HOSTESS HOUSE
CONDIUCITE BY Y. W. C. ASSOCIATION
This Its leaw is betmn care fa while mother is at camp to visit
daddy and see seie of the drftlng. He has just had a romp with his here
daddy and will take a nap before satNing on the trip back home.
BANK OF ST. MARTIN VILLE
With large resources makes loans i
to its customers at eight per cent
interest. - - -- - -
Pays 3 per cent interest on Savings Deposits
and 4 per cent on Time Deposits. - - - -
Has the facilities to accommodate its customers.
Your business is solicited.
You Shou!d Attend the
Louisiana State Fair
October 30 to November 4, Inc.
It is the school for th, famtier. It teaches improved methods
of stock raising and farnming
The U. S. Governm.nt War 1xhihbit, the greatest exhibit ever
"een SBoth, will be on display, FREE. Gladway attractions w
'hey best ever.
The World's War" reproduced in gorgeous fireworks spec.
D),ath.detlng auto nres, very s~pectaclar and thrllnag, in
clrding lAbrt, contest.
Entertaining and educational for alL
Write for catalog. W. R. HIRSCH,
Reduced rates on all railroads. Shreveport, La.
" IT'S YOUR FAIR. SO BE THERE " t
OUR PRESIDENT. ti
THE NATIONAL SECURITYJ
LEAGUE AND ITS WORK
By COL. CHARLES L LYDECKER,
President of the National Security
The National Security League calls
for the co-operation and membership
of all men and women throughout the
f Awho approve its
work. Few ap
predate the task
It has undertaken
41 and Is perform
S Ing. From its or
i ganization It has
not lip service. It
c was created to soe
cure such prepar.
edness in men
and material as
SI would compel re
spect for the pro.
Col. C. E. Lydecker. nouncements of a
government in dle
claring the principles of right and jus
tice between men and nations and not
leave thein enijity words. Its extraor
dinary work, while at first unappref
dciated, has now the recognition of all
who are earnest in carrying on the
war to victory and who believe in the
supreme duty to give the-most and the
best to our brave sons who are offer.
ing their lives on the battle front. We
know who urged non-preparedness
They were Pro-Germans or dullarda.
The war came and has given us Uni
versal Service. No praise is too great
for the men of the land In their re
sponse to the order for duty in the so- i
lective draft, due in great part to the
prior teaching by the National Securi
ty League of the duty so to take the
The work Is now on to create the
heart in every one to win the war
against all sacrifice and hardship.
How can that he done; how can war
weariness and war laxness he prevent
ed? The heart to win must be founded
on comprehension and will; compre
t hension of the diabolical, dishonest,
piratical, cruel, rapacious, venal, un
American German Kultur, which would
destroy the liberty of men and the life
of small nations in a selfish attempt at
aggrandizement founded on vanity and
cupidity. That being understood by
our people, we must elevate the char. -
acter of Americans to the point to
hasten to make sacrifice to destroy the
enemy or to bring him to terms.
The League, to do this, has organi,
ed in the Summer Schools for Teach.
ers courses by which 200,000 teachers
have had the instruction of our teach.
era and our literature.
A campaign to get the best Congress
is in progress. Fusion, where serious
danger exists, that a soft or too padc
fistic, or too extreme, social philoso
pher shall get into C'ongress, is urged,
and knowledge of those who have fail
ed to stand the test Is being dissemi.
nated. The people are being aroused
to the danger of a Bolshevik peace,
which means disaster as well as tres.
Street Speakers' Squadrons.
The League is conducting a cam
paign for Street Speakers' Squadrons
for every city. Speakers by the hub
dred are organized to talk at street cor
ners and other vantage ground to the
people who eagerly congregate, to
listen, hector, heckle or applaud. Those
who do not read learn by hearing, and
no more effective way to create ambi.
tion and patriotic feeling and to neu
tralize the anarchistic poison that goes
to the people in crowded districts can
be found than going right to them with
In these and other activities I ask
support of the Natlonal Security
I|agite' from all mn anti women who
approve the work ,anId can Join therein.
We do all kinds of Printing
K J. J. BURDIN & 8ROo.
RED CYPRESS LUMBER,
SHINIGLES, CISTERNS, SYRUP BARRELS & BRICKS,
+AND CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF
e LOs Long af ello Pine Lamber Flooring, Siding Ud DeIut0li
OUR PRICES VERY LOW.
F L CALL AND SEE US AND SAVE SOME MONBY
"'E souT' SIKAT CET SOOEG
NtW ORLEANS, LA.
nearr, Coll3 a se on a sho
no . . .weeeae #au. *0t smeo o*t
2.000 o..e. eSMe, o u. Co.
POLICY. e .e
FIRE makes every mnan think: "What company
carries my risk?" The answer may determine the
property owner's whole future. A clean record
through one hundred and four years backs the state
SMANY ment that a HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE
I POLICY meas a prompt, cheerful payment of an
S IRhonest obligation :: ::Whatcompany
1 P. A. BIENVENU, AGENT,
t @ Agency Established In 1903. '
NationWide Prmy determine he
prNorth, South, East, Wes future A cleworkin to put
the Nation in fighting trim !
SArmyough one hund Navy departments and four years backdistricts,
campsent, yards, coastguard stations, light houses,
muPOLnitiCon, construction and textile payment o- an C
ordinating to mould the vast orblianation Into an
effective homogenucy force l And in this ener
mous task the country's telephone network has
sable agen at cf Lomm iL-tio.
at its Nommand and oepared all unreservedly to
the Natiovernment.ng trm
age of materiamy and Nathy deparltment and distraft ofs,
wh cannotmps, yards, be placed, will, it ati hoped, be borne,
munitin mind by every loyal American if there shouldl c
lodinatiner result the neosity for suboradinating privto an
fcntivenience to the freing nnds of thise govern
Ween are not tll cnting tidly by and wat Indispenfor
sabrighnt day when our mmnicationey can buy t.
The Be syst every means at esour cemmand to
atkeep our commaervide up to its usual high unsrd to
ThYou will wants, tothelp becaus e you will be helpingreased
commercial demand for Uncle Sam.rice, the general short
age materials, and the eristment and dat ofo
a large number oa technically trained employes
Do ho cannot boe rrpladow your neighoped, be bors paper
this year, result the bscribety fr subor it yourself, it
cost sconvenience to the pre$sing needs of the whole year.n
c ost so little, $1.00 for the whole year.