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Address I)A\11) W. 'THiOMAS, President
HAT ION ROU;IE HUSIMESS COLLEGE
LBATON ROUG(E, LOUISIANA
Haton Rouge Business ('ollege opened Nov. 16th.,
and will have continued session both day and night "l
BANK OF ST. MARTINVILLE
i With large resources makes loans
to its customers at eight per cent
m interest. - - - - - -
S Pays 3 per cent interest on Savings Deposits A
E and 4 per cent on Time Deposits. - - - -
j Has the facilities to accommodate its customers.
Your business is solicited.
E .\RE READ)Y To 'I URN ()UT THAT JOB
OF PRINTING; WHENEVER YOU NEED IT.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
HUTMENT WARD, AMERICAN RED
CROSS HOSPITAL, LIVERPOOL
Phi heo- ii in in h ,' tw t ,ll ildhtl u l nri ii' the Hrut ho'lntl: for
Afmeric;iL s lier'. I. e t-ta lid held in IG1rea 1lri:l. RnI hand b iiit. of it 1
loattlon is one of the nl.r iimportant. ISe that our soldier, from the ulf i
divulon a d elsewhrlu ,, get \,ry 'scre by repipndlig to tebo Chr~iitwa ,l
ml of the American RHed Cr'cs.
KEP TIlE WEEVIL
OUT Of YOUR COIN
The Black Weevil li Woret Enemy eo
Corn From the Time It Matures
in the Field.
"The black weevil, with which every
Louisiana farmer is fully acquelatld.
is the worst enemy of corn trer the
time It begins to mature in the fild
until disposed of by feeding or soeng
on the market" Nsy A. P. Kidder,
profeuor of aircoom, Lo~Ilaa Stat
Universmty. "Thib tnsiet wiM als
the corn is the field, oeaeqently one
must ee measutr that will reduce
such damage. The only method of es
seantn the field rrvages is to field
select the corInin order to be sare of
tting ears with tight suk cover
nlag. The ends of the ers should be
espeelally well covered. Fild-Inest
ed corn shoid be harvested erler
than other corn. By pllang It with
she shuck on man of the weeoils m
i be removed. ushb eorn ca be tfed
very early, or It may be pieced (after
sabcking) ton a very tight in and
treated with carboe hislphide to MM
"Carbon bisuiphide is a Iquid wleb
passes into a gas very qulckly upon en
posure. The gas Is nflammable, so
keep lights and fires away from It. It
is heaviet than air. hence If shallow
dishes containing the liquid are set
upon the corn the gas formed will
pass down through iL It is ieseary
that the gas come in direct contact
with the weevils for at least forty-fve
minutee to kill them. This makes it
necessary to use one peund of bi
sulphide for every 100 cubic feet of
space is a tight bin. but if it is slight
ly open the amount to use should be
two and one-half to three times as
much. This fumigating should be done
on a warm still day. as the weesil be
gins to hibernate at a temperatae
slightly below 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
All buildings should be well ventilated
iwenty-four to forty-eight hours after
fumigration. There is no danger of it
juring the germination of the ceren
provided it is dry. even by using still
greater amounts than mentlooed
4 FAITH JUSTIFIED
* BY EVENTS. o
" ! do not believe that drastic *
* force need be applied to main- +
* tain economic distribution and 9
" sane use of supplies by the 4
" great majority of American peo- "
S pie, and I have learned a deep "
4 and abiding faith In the intelll- "
4 gence of the average Amerlcan 4
4 business man, whose aid we an- "
* ticipate and depend on to reme- "
' dy the evils developed by the 9
" war.-Herbert Hoover, August "
" 10, 1917. "
L State of Ohio. City of Toledo.
Lucas County, as.
Fralnk J. Cheney makes oath that he
iv senioer partuer of tile firm of F. J.
Chenerey & ('o., doning hisiiess iII the ('ity
of Toledo. County and State aforesaid.
I and that said firm will pay the suIn of
ONE HUNDREKI DOLLARS for each and
every ease of Catarrh that canret be
cured by the use of HALL'S ('ATARRII
MEDKLICIN. FIRANK J. (CHSNFY.
Swornti to before nre and subscribled in
rmy presence. thitls rith day of Dleernmher.
A. I. 18;. A. W. ()LEAON.
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's ('atarrh ledlleinciire in taken in
terinally actd act throughi tie Blod on
tihe 1Iu'eo e Sulrf., ",s lf tle Syslen,.
Seell d r f lr t (clllollilsi, free.
F. J. I'ENE1Y &, ('Ie. T'-ole.dl, ().
Sel hv all trtiggests. 7)c.
Hall's Faililv PliIs for eoUsltetion.
I ll tinileg aR!i tresl)as si eg I' thIle Key
sterlie Ielalltatirl. in the I t ward irf St.
Martin pa r, i sh etc -trictly lerehihitel and
the public warived tlhat irlltoers will be
pfe earcuated at-cogdi eg tIe law.
Ke ystene I'lalltatinhli.
I . rller d. Mai attgel.
I will vol Ie re',fereees r lie frer airy deln
crlrtractled ey ory wife. Cl'rie-e Girarlid,
or ary etliler lersrole. from this date.
PAIFAIT I)(HHEItSn ,N.
I .cI. Ii, 1,i. Si. 11artir vil.l e La.
Fetr sal.-- ler1,iqe ailrl lot. lloe' htas 2 1
sleeping rnnie, dinuiieg atdt kitcheu,
net, 0l0 $5tle. Lai[aire Bierelveu.
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M ANUACTUREkll K
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S Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber Flooring, Siding and Dementien
OUR PRICES VERY LOW.
SL tf" CALL AND SEE US AND SAVE 80ME MONEY .
"ION 80UST'S OREATESl
"o fW 8. SOULE COLLEGE.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
be houald be given the bes tralantg to pre.
t pare them for success L& balseim.
r APeromnal Instruction. Pree Umploy
meat Department. Complete Collreg
or Due. College store and Wheae
NIo mlarepre.etatloos to secure a
dents. _hrough the succesc of it
o n 000 former student., Soule Colleti
I. recogFseed everywhere e a Wide
Aware. PSrctical. Popular and oue
Seefutl S chool.
. MANY MEN THIANK THEY HAVE INSUR- "N "
SANCE WHEN THEY MERELY HAVE A
rea FIRE mnakes every man think: "What company
. carries my risk?" The answer may determine the
property owner's whole future. A clean record
t through one hundred and four years backs the state
.ment that a HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE .
P POLICY means a prompt, cheerful payment of an .t.
honest obligation " he pa an
P'. A. BIENVENU, AGENT,
Agency Established In 1903.
e rUncle Sam's Big Problem
Great warships are sliding off the- ways; navy
yards and arsenals are working night and day;
great mobilization camps have sprunl up as if
by magic; everywhere the vat reaoures of the
nation are being gathered together for war.
All ever the Bell telephone system, thoumnds
9of employes are busily engaged in all branches
of telephone activity, to keep pace with the extrai
ordinary telephone needs of the natio And with
be greater demands for commercial contn
harder to meet the demands far service from ur
patient co-operation will prove helpful and in.
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
H. GAILLOIS, MANAGER
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this year, subscribe for it yourself, it
cost so little, $1.00 for the whole year.