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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 December 1910

DO SFURN rUR SA * otfurniture, Garpets, MattinGs, Goods Marked urnitnre° tmporiumt o Mantels, Lace Gurtains and Rus in Plain rigures o furniture Emporium on Texas Sreet 0to 0 at Amazing Prices. Red Tags No Goods Gharged TillS MAMMOTH STOG( Of S pot GAS Only Booth Furnitu e & Carpet Co. of Shrevepo I BOOTH PAYS TII FrAIGHT' OfiTRI D FOR TWLVEXI DAYS Booom PAYS THE FR, We feel safe in making the statemant here that at no other time in the history of Shrevepoit has there ever been a furniture sale of such gigantic proportions and such extraordinary money saving possibilities. O of just one year ago was recognized by the people throughout tihe country'as awonderful money saver, and that we do exactly as we advertise. We are determined to make this sale the greatest, the most successf most far-reaching in the history of this or any other section of-the country. It's a sale that should appeal to every housekeeper and every home in which this is read. It's an opportunity that may never...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 December 1910

e Acre 48A, tOd t V M at John Keliiedy of ornCanada, got from 4U Whbcltin 1910. Reports erdistricts inthat prov nco showed other excel lent results-such as 4, 000 bushels of wheat from 1i2 acres or i31-3 bu. paracre. 2',30and40 bushelyields were num Serops; As high as 133 hushols of oats to the ac rac wre threshed from Alberta, fields in 1910. The Silver Cup at the recent 8pokane Fair was awarded to tlo A berta G(overmtllent for Itsexhibit of grains,grasses and vegetabies. I-eports of excellent ,ields for;1910 comeo also from a"katchewan and Manitoba in 'estcrn Cac:.da. ree honeteds o 160 acres and adtjoining pro emptions of 160 acres (at S3 peracre) are to he had u the ehoihestdistricts1 Schools convenient, eli SI nate excellent, soil the I very best, railwuays close at Land', building lumnber cheap, fueleasy to get tand reasonable in prlce, water eastly procured, mixed farmnllg a success. Write as to best place for set tlement, settlers' low railway rates, descriptive illustrated ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 December 1910

Rich and Costly Furs SCOSTLY FURS come from YOUR part of ":'- the COUNTRY. Ship them tothe BEST ' iFUR MARKET and RIGHT FUR HOUSE. By shipping DIRECT to us you receive far better PRICES than you have obtained else where, because we sell direct to manufac turers of HIGH GRADE FURS. A trial shipment will CONVINCE you. A specially arranged price list for your Territory will be mailed upon request. We pay all expressage, charge no commis sions, and remit promptly. LEOPOLD CASSNER FUR CO. 34Esatl2th St. Capial-t $250,000.00 New York City ized at $250,000. IF YOU HAVE, b no appetite, Indigestion, Flatulence, Sick Headache, "all run down" or losing flesh, you 1 wll lnd Tuft's Pills Just what you need. They tone up the weak stomach and build up the flagging energies. We tell you bow; and pay best market prices. Write for referencosand weekly price ari,. H. SASEL & SONS, UlVIth UILL, iY. Daers toI Fur,, Hider. Woel. Establiabed lhSi. PATENTyourinvention. Free prellmin arysearch. Booklet...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 30 December 1910

K ACCOUNT ~io BEaMA~iNE ONCE~ STARTED DRAa ' iMoE In 1861, a depositor in a bank in Cleveland, Ohio, had $418. Since that time he has drawn out $573, and still has $1,500 to his credit. How do you figure that out? Why, he let his money STAY IN THE BANK. It grew. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. We pay 4 per cent. interest on time deposits, one dollar up. WINN PARISH BANK K WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA L. ROGERS, President C." MoGIHNTY, Cashier. .Local and Personal. Mr. Law spent Xmas with friends in Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mudd returned from Texarkana Monday. Mr. Walter Waters of New Orleans is visiting relatives in town. Miss Frankie West is visiting at Williana this week. :. Master Charlie Wood is spending his vacation with his father at Colfax. Mrs. I. B. LaCroix and family spent Xmas with relatives at Bentley. Mrs. Dr. Hearn of Eros spent Mon day in town with relatives. Morgan Terral of ElDorado, Ark., visited relatives here this week. M. A. Waters of Fullerton spent the holidays with his-fa...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 September 1911

' t S U.PPLE ENT L. .T HT E C O MRA D E tS U 8ect Ur-L .,,1 10t e-o Institution's Work for Uplift of n Scope of Practical Effort is Commonwealth Progressing Fast -~Youth of State Constantly ainer f IJI 1 A N A ' + =TA t- F" ! N I IR I I....... .. .. I +.n..... . : .. n .., .. " ' ." . . " " A ,. T NIVE ,ST . . . . . . . . . . . ..xrfr oýu w~~~w~...sc~r.r uewc=".ýY -. -~ u w rt r r r f u aa . ,"..." ,ý'.,.ý ý ý i :¢ :'ýa i.-:.-.?,". ,, ,.'."- , ' .. . • . . . . ..- , . • +'t "?+.umia ".em rceva ý O-"sue.mcc ý ti Y ".. :'i f '1.. 1 f "..-... ^.n :'I'."G.,- "i ' " - - .... .t J  '- ." ý ® " .,Qis+" ' ý, -, `+_..1" is .. .,p-, ...::! ': - '    ,' ,f ' .?' s ... ..{.ý'ý .. ..' :ý ý . -T i',,. .:;;,." . - 'f 1" /T4 .,.a" -f ' lnst~ ~ tt f! , nSfP" :;i hý ý //, "fe , 1, ! r.{ Su-ýtmý o" , ry o,Y -o p ,0. rf'ýlc -y,' , ' r rs ,r f . r rf - - j_ "-ý,: 't ý._il" ..$+ -o m e a lthtýEýtaunlstx. _ o_ -,." . OUISIANA'.STATE UNIVER 3 OTV . begii is: 52d year of a eo asio e8isten...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 September 1911

2 How L. S. U. Teaches ""Pr xctical Things" 1 , ~ . ....,,,.L' '. Y "I t VIEW IN MACHI NE r-ioP. " I " -; VIE INFRE HP ýfl a· n,!: ... .. ::-;-,:. Y, f-% ..y ., ," . .... a. t .lý ".. . ..' : i .d~~. ý" , _ - • ,' x. .L:: . . . ' ! Grad atesof"Lo asiaxmý V1 v-,#r r, /~EBW~'~i`..-.··? [he University Organization li. i -II,14P 4" tile Ac t l. ids i,, it'll Unl tiln Iti l s !,. lll.t i s . ,t! , .,- ,ctr4w;-, alon ,ilnd tILe Ab.0g g i 1 r.ctig.t; ha iieChltlL.i gent Coilege, the ligtA title OL. tnCe Ili..L LU frn ;-t[lou119 vas Ceei .,The ILGUI Ialn: .lta t of I Sli:iversltyc rid': A, ricultural. arid Avi- Iprac :,;' nical Cotl.ege." l 1i .organized irnto c4n( the tfolowing" !sch&.'t -.- ali cul.ege:,: - 3.1 -'he College Of Arts. ano bce.tnc, tI, The UCollege of Agriculture, t1e Co.loge .01 the Engineering, the' AUiduIbolI bugai gine School, .the Law ;School,, the; Teaciers oihat College, the Graduate Departmt.nL, atiua and the Summer School. . g: gani 1. ',The College of'-Arts an...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 September 1911

* I Historic is the Site of "Uhe Old Louisiana ______ " '' s. ,ý ;ý ýa ,, , "",. :;' , -. - 4l .. .. , . .11 ..~~~~~~~~," S-. ,g , "ý t-fs4 r l ~ i .ýý .. ,I .· .. ,= .. , . AR .l K91 q y' P t .v' h T' pL A+ r nl {ý t '" ' - .. i F ollý i,: . ... s F" ': "y i> ,tý . .. F O T E I N 1 8 9 8.iLt ý ry S S " VIEW FROM 0LD BARRACKS. FOSTERHALL-BU ILTN1898. , -i l i n m i t u YI'I r:C a 19211ii bt~ I * I ips i ·I ag l genet la m iuit aI II I mme am m m ame omnm u m am m Imm - -' -L ..... .... .. . ..... ......-P T Standst is H o!. "' .Loose the Shoes From Off Thy Feet! For the Place Where Tho ans s oy ...,"L.. ooemh S o s ro f .n .,.... . ...n _" ': '~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~. . . w r o m _ | i 1 • u lnm mlesilu mn leN N I I na ulln mn n u m u ul u m un n n m m • m mn i ,, , m i. I .m.l. m uInQpLmm-, u nIalli a mum IIP I mum1ne mam1 mea man. .I .I meI aI sm mI mmmIem samm m Origin and Growth of University " ''HISTORICAL STATEMENT. -- 19 T1.'h Louisiana State University and an Agricultural...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 September 1911

s e  t;a .. .. "_ .- -. " ,- "" 1.Situdent Activit ies ..at the Louisi ana ate iv _ 2'1 ý- -AYI Student Enrollment of 19101 4 1Ouachita . . .......... ....... 10 In recent years the attendance has increased at a rapid rate. During the past session the total enrollment was: Regular course ......*.... .......655 Winter course in Agriculture ...... 131 Summer session, 1910 ............552 Total ...................... 1,33S The 586 students of the regular session who live in LouisIana are dis tributed as follows by I:arishes: Acadia . . ........................ 15 Ascension. . .................. 13 Assumption . . ....... .... 13 Avoyclles . .................... 19 East BIaton Rouge ......................126 West 'Baton Rouge ............... 4 B lenvi ille . ..... ... ... ... ....... 5 IBossier.. . ................... 4 Caddo . . . * ... .. • ." 1 CalCasle~u •. - - ý- ." 2" (aldwell ........................ C a m e r lo n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I ('atahoula ... . 2 1 t:as: Carr...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 September 1911

tate Uiversity'sEuipment Thoroughly Modern -i'' , . .., . ... . " ,:° . .... . . .,... .,, ,. *rL, ... _o.. mm: a~ nm ln m n n nnu nnumamm nmu m;, ,, , m,, , I~·I I m~lrlll.m n aunn nnuuau l" ,mlu .-I-In so Dllmi- ao'nanr' " ""lu',"'""m"'" " ............ I: Labatories Best Money Can Get The departments which conduct ne laboratories fin conniection with the tr lp class work are all well equipped. The , agricultural laboratories are equipped with the best specimens of farm ma- at chinery, such' as. improved plows, 1( reapers, binders, traction engines, farm s levels, fiber-testing machin'es, appa- ei ratus for laying tile drains and for a making cement fence posts, and the a necessary apparatus for -making anal- r yses of soils said fertilizers. e In' the Animal Industry department h the laboratory contains modern cream a separators, churns, Babcock testers, c sterilizers, milk coolers and other ap paratus used by the students in cream ery work. In the horticultural la...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 8 September 1911

I TheSu me Sho--iD-istinctive Featu The Summer School is a Distinctive Feature of L. S. U. n I-- n n h IIa -,i  - ," ag nun ant ·l'am a i "1 u e a ao igg mm mH I· IIa -  m1 a a me am m' a I i · l ·m u m | • Summer School Students The summer schoorhas proven to be a popular institut'on. Teachers come in increasing numbers to prepare themselves to do better work in their profession; other students, by ding' summer work are el,bled to shorten their college courstes, a fact of primer importance in these strenuous days. The character of the summner school students 'and the qua:ity of their prep arat:on has always been high. An ex 'amination of the summer school rec ords shows not only thit the state of Louisiana has a splendid body of tcrachers, but also that the University offrs, inducements to the best of them! to make- further preparation for 'their life work: Among them are foudul parish superintendents, . principals, te'chers cf elemen:ary and h'gh schools and. high school and co...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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