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xxxix VIDALIA, CONUORDIA P&ARIS, LA.. SATUIDAY JUNE 5, 1920 NO. 20
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the only bukiness he has is
Selling Louisiana- Plantations
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You Can Not Do Bettw Tin Buy Year
Men's Fumisling Goods and Hats
40.. M SG t-- lsl MaMkhn i
WIDALIA BANK &
U. m abak aM Y.aU, Ea
HUNDREDS IN NEED
BECAUSE OF FLOOD
BREAK WAS FEARED AT JUNC
TION OF ATCHAFALAYA. AND
DES GLAISES LEVEES.
CURRENT STILL .ASCENDING
With Farms Inundated and Water
Still Rising Flooded Farmers
Have Practically Given Up.
Red Cross Sends Seed.
Moreauville, IA.-With a 0.2 rise
per 24 hours for the last three days
in both Bayou des Glaises and back
water, little land is left uncovered
in that section and at Moreaville
proper on the north or unprotected
side of the bayou. From this point to
Simmesport fully 10,000 acres of cul
tivatable lands are under water and
fully 500 families in distress. Tis
amount comprise fully three-fourths
the population of Bayou des Glaises.
The rural mail delivery, school trans
fer and general traffic have been
There is still an ascendia current
In the bayou and the seepage water
shows up considerably on the pro
t cted aids of des Glatses from Voor
hiss to Bottodelav sad to 81immes
wort reedering the ause t the road
almost ts apseae ito some places. At
Smmeport, it is reported that there
is a deeet I the levees. * The point
were this is more noticeable I at the
Junction of the des 0 ialee and Atcha
talrys levees. The water seeps
ireaoS ceaMderably and with a coa
nweld rising rmr sand with nclemaent
weatr, great Sears ae beI eater
ainesd r a brLn there.
Wita their frms under water ad a
sealteal rie with the river stnl ri
is. sdleatiang a seIsng msessy a
water from above, with an advanced
seeoa, the flooded farmeas have prao
tically hmnr up the spon" anad
are a in t ake any further ad
vanehe f s ptes.
The Red Crows SoSely has llberally
.ag l a ase t asad :s.4 t i ln e
Ildel, l termers. lbi it Is feared ir
fe at that will bwramled inace so lit
Re repaUtins is eipacted to be dome.
. . .. cOme s, 0 ikeyah. and T.
A. Lemalen. pearheat, have wired to
Semeters anadell and beay ad to
Csngameen Aw I to obtain, if pe
sldeo goverment dd ter the lood
ospt .: 1 41 Msag
**n ssa bmo.mre pemo.s
ad a nthe tifamtoti gmve t ntost
Ma r l. RJKam s Warmer desl
and rsepdse. that for the irat ,be at
ps moin th "omortgage LWttn"
ba n l eature o hids des, and
-a Ir esh eWnsas bIsw been
tnehlm - and sensed ntr the rso
a In r e-The fishig
.m k Pa',. owed by Cet.. P.
" e se-ased with af elt seel
R :na ides e , meanti. A large
at fie-sil was aeen wa. mad
sama t wa the
S4 -8 -:l
Bogatusa. - Sitly thousand aowe
lag plants will be given away to the
wome not Bogalusa by the Great
Southern Lumber Company soon. The
ladies are requested to call at the hot.
house of the lumber plant and receive
a supply. This generous offer is
made with a view of encouraging "the
city beautiful" Idea, and it is certain
that the ladies will be out i.full force
to receive the plants which are varied,
all of them being suitable to local
Ruston. - McFarland Post No. 4
and L. I. L Post No. 41 ef the Amerl
can Legion will celebrate Memorial
Day, May 30. After a meeting in the
Astor Theater the members will march
to Greenwood Comtery where after a
brief program a squad will give the
usual salute over the graves. Dr. S.
L. White, commander of McFarland
Post invites all ex-service men to be
Alexandria.-A two-story frame res
idence owned by Dave Richey at 1905
Gould avenue was destroyed by are
recently. The roof was in flames
when the occupants were awakened.
The building was -practically destroy
ed when the firemen arrived. They
succeeded in preventing it from
spreading to other buildings. The
building was worth $5,000 and was in
sured for $3,500.
Hammond.-The scarcity of labor
and material is delaying the comple
tion of Hammond's building program
commence dearly in the spring. With
the erection of the Williams-isrothers
Shaheen store and the Perrone build,
ing on West Thomas street, this sec
tion will take on a decidedly business
appearance and add much to the re
cent improvement made adjoining the
Hammond.-This week is expected
t6 mark the close of the strawberry
season. Regular shipping stopped
some time ago since which time the
farmers have been bringing in the
gleanings to the preserving factories.
which are paying 13 cents a pound:sr
the fruit. Recent rains prolonged th
rop aslightly, but in a short time the
eilds practically will be denuded of
Ruston. - The attendance at the
commancement exercises of the L-a'
coin parish Training School for as
groes was unusualy large J. Boat
ner Carter delqetst the omamenes
meant addre. flee as sa seelent
mdsplay of eanned fruit mad vege .
bias, weavla from pine needles and
woodwork by the sudents. The scbool
under the management ot C. A. Adams
is doing good work.
Haaemd. - While the tmrretal
rains retarded considerably the har'
veting operations of the farmer
oCe da sb~ae drad up the Ae3,M
ausisitty to permit ad * .not a pl
s sg the net de aV s three c01
beads were 410g e 1m ithern aar
F ta wheae ate wae b msg hetwame
I Pan $2 t $ er ! abaiS.
Laps dhes.-w.-W. .l *amu. des
t styt coseer of the itlrml revenue
d tCarqte r ha hea from
ski-K Iwk sC es r to the
I leh theiteso ta jo l Deputy P.
IJ. Lener. a s I tl etD er o B Me'
leua~.setbe n ew #m ae tq94
spent a day ae a ean .Ikelo with
Deputy Igesee -
inrevepot t - to Itnrease
i ts fares friqkm 1bIt aele to
,i aots was sgves the nS aptaIs-
I wan Ciaspnay1p wtanegeosatly, 234
I being fasor of the 1s0 and on
against it. The lasnse r ill be -
.efctive from Jane 1, 1lUa tll Decem
,ar 1, 1123.
: -oua. - @eoal remtty-4arastere
t i .pou-taste "8 have -ake* p1e,
,e raseaty sab big ineastrtal
appeabgmmta sttlis set . Two et
ea tradaors wea pltIM sulem peep
!ee s a s t selekf sa e t **th
Iqeget eyeter *.ukigianats a
_it - A-mCowgik - tt f
I w..-. r e ~l, l . i .. ..
r and a
b41e,3 was de astatsd ii crepe -
RUSSIAN REDS ARE
NORTHERN KARELIA, iN NORTH.
WEST RUSSIA, HAS BEEN
DEFEATED BY THE POLES
French Leaders Are Alarmed Over De
velopments In Near East-Ar
menians Accept Invitation to
Copenhagen.-All of Northern Kare
lia (Northwest Russia) has been con
quered by the Bolsheviki, according
to a Helslngfors dispatch to the Na
tibnal Tidende. The Karelian pop
ulation has fled to the forests.
Warsaw.-"Bolsheviki in strekgth
forced a passage of the Beresina river,
south of Borisov, but the Poles by a
concentric attack recros3ed the river.
cutting off the enemy's retreat and
taking hundreds of prisoners," says an
"The remainder of the enemy took
refuge in the forests behind the Po
tuh front," the communication adds.
Paris.-The leaders of Prance are
alarmed at developments In the middle
and near east where the forces of
Pan4slamism an4 Pan-Bolshevism
seem to be Joining hands, foi struggle
against western civilizatibn.
The Armenians have accepted an
invitation from the Russian Bolshevik,
to send delegates to Moscow, accord
ing to Information received by the
French foreign office.
A promise that the Red troops will
soon evacuate Eniseli, the Persian
town on the Caspian Sea. is con
tained in a vireless message of
Tehitcherti to the Persian foreign
minister which was intercepted here.
Despite the promise, officials of the
Freach foreign office regard the Bol
shevik landing on the Persian coast
as marking a further step In the
readuation of the Pan-Bolshevik de
sign to etbisns ssseaery in MIM
ten countries and tereb strike a
blow at western powers that have I
OWEN ATTACKS WALL ST,
.4laeaenma Semste says snhimag IS
.eant Started High Rates on
rates oa on emae s'ar w as
fiarst 'g y the **Gamabbag 61
mee l wan street" was m e ass
tied at eert L Owes, Untted States
uaner froa Oklahoma, made IN as
address at the City chb hers.
"It was doMe for the pretended pmo
pose ef restrictiag spseuia t," an
ato Owen said. "It wau a, ales the
erry and has resmted i bear speM
ts, eat of wesit riends of ea whd
2z the hdgh ates profit by short e-
ag snd aitmeatety by aeeumulatlng
stecks whe the markeat flat and
369.4 Ibe.a 50 *t 100 per eant
st masret reasets ap
vs aineaey rates."
S Sill Hart for Sheriff.
-Lis Angeles, Cal-wLn. $S Hart,
me-oa pictaUre ltor, wit b Uion
that he had bee nominaed on the
democrati ticket in toot River coAn
ty. Oregon,.for sherIsf saM he would
aoeopt th u.aua*blon his 1a onsta-t
seas thu waould let e reads to
La Augle and look aiiw his dtle.
r tdlesti visitS. Hart' ra as
wateN a athe allSet h the primar
by. five der *scr . Neo ethw e~os
at was sede n ar sLalIf.
President W es Ow s eleree sesluio
W yegIes Isada n the sisea
sandl homea be es h comadered it
aoM Ipt an rIlsucesls stain" en
tbe nUation's be . .,
"BEST IN THE LONG RUN"
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IS a slogan almost as old as
the history of tires. It
means "the long run" of Good
Faith and Good Will---a mirror
ing of the confidence placed
in GOODRICH TIRES by
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Sla Tread Tire Tube Tube
3001 Smooth 518.00 $3.30 54.10
30x3 Safety 20.06 3.30 4.10
80x3'a safety 24.35 3.90 4.70
1x3% Safoety 29.00 5.00 5.6S
2xS1 safeoty 2.45 4.4 5.15
81x4 Safety 84.10 5.30 8.75
12x4 Safoty 38.6 6.50 6.15
33x4 Safety 40.50 . .70 L a
4:4 safty 41.55 , a6s .0
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