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VOL XXVIII MARCH 3. 1921 No. 43
"Who buys your product? No matter if you are a farmer selling
crops, a worker in a factory, mine, railroad, store. etc.. selling your labor
-somebody else must buy what you have to sell OR YOU LOSE.
Who is that buyer but YOURSELF?
Who buys the product?
How can you keep working unless you keep on buying?
Keep on buying what you need now--or the man who would buy
the things you depend on for a living cannot buy. Each helps the other.
IS THIS NOT AMERICA'S MOST SERIOUS PROBLEM?
The Survey, a journal printed in New York more especially for docial
workers, is noted for its radical opinions and its defense of even Boleshe
vists in our midst. Certainly nobody of education would think of calling
The Survey conservative.
And yet we read is that journal a letter quite evidently written by a
workingman--one who thinks even if he does not think very straight ac
cording to educated standards, denouncing the radical Survey as an organ of
the exploiters of labor. He talks in a half rambling manner of cutting to the
ground the thing that be declares is the cause of all our trouble--capital.
He would totally change the economic system upon which present civili
zation rests. Of course, without saying it, he is for the Bolsheviki system.
The man's name is Butler, so nobody can sweep him aside as "an igno
But even though he is not a foreigner, and even though he is undoubt
edly ignorant or he wouldn't believe as he does, he breathes the sentiment
that so many of our working people hold today without being I. W. W.'s
or Bolshevikis or Anarchists.
What does it all mean? Does it mean that the civilization which we
and our ancestors have slowly, patiently and with so much sweat and
blood and agohy built up over 2000 years, is to be thrown into the discard?
Does it mean that people who are yet children and incompetent to think,
except as they think crookedly through such educational hypocrites and liars
and enemies as Lenine and Haywood, are to completely overturn the prog
ress of centuries and throw us and our children back into even worse than
the middle ages?
It is a vast and serious and even blood-curdling problem, and those
who are carrying forward progress by evolution may well become alarmed
nlto deinite action. It is not a problem for the rich and the cultured
and the super-educated alone. It is much more a problem for the great
'mass of middle-las people of America who work with their hands or their
bratsi for a living and are glad that they work. In considering that
problem, it might not be amiss ot quote Lncoln, as follows:
"kabor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the
fruit of labor, and could never have existed it labor had not first existed.
Labor is the superior of capital, and dqserves much the higher considera
tils. Capital has Its rights, which are worthy of protection as any other
fights. Nor is it dealed that there is, and probably always will' be, a
relation between labor and espital producing mutual benefits. The error
is ina aeming that thi whole of the community exists within that relation."
SOB Sf11FF AND STONE HEARTS.
GO OGM '* .
Two boys were quarreling in the shadow of the (-) church last
Monday after school ed we stopped for a minute to get the language as
still talked a Borvile.
"Ill knock your block offtt if yeu call me that again," one of them
aid, adgg ap to the other, and doubling his dirty little tist. "No
. yet rwoa'lt" replied the other, shouldering the first boy toward the
getter, "yeo ain't man esough." Weoll, maybe I ain't,' snifftted the first
elllgrest, edgl away, "but I'm Just tellin' you that I'm dern . fool
emeagh to ttry it if you givo me ay more o' yer lip."
* MOVIU NmWW.
Two ladie attended the picture show the other evening and had a
met unpleasat perlesmee. Two men were sitting behtind them and
ewat tWohso easiduaously. They emptied their mouths of the accuma
iMed fudl et such rgrlar and frequent intervals that a veritable stream
a athe filthy spit soon was ran·ag beneath the ladies' skirts. In a short
Stime a peel of the nasty stuff had gathered about their feet' and soaked
We esn find no *ords to express our detestation 4f such men and
e tempted to print their names so that other ladies may give them
* wide birth when they se them at the picture show.
We hbmr eta lady who suetirqd with earache the other night. She
eeuld set deep Iad the ipaa ws most annoying.
lMs bohet the we small hours, wh.en she beeame convlne that
Met was out e the quests, she ealmly aroUe end dresed. Then she
Mt the fire sad prosemd to do her wk's wishlng. bShe tound more
emtert la weeLttng than toeesing in bed, and after breaktuast when the
Spai had eseed, she weat to bed with the added sutlsatlon of having
hm erwrt dee e time.
Fw wans waould have the detwrlastlo to ellow this lady's ex
ample. Meet a us, male or remale, wul ha tessed sad groed and
had the family p fillin hnt water bettles al wsltas o ; .
It i a seat thlu to hve ner and self-pesesles ad determination,
and we admire the lady's eonr.. beyoud espresslmm.
S" Tntm irsAoney"
You've beer that beltor. You
esa Mrs t m, the.ton 'moser , by
ratlai at the O e The time you
sav by eor QtiL aervie. es be
appled to your buels.es. Why
worry yar wib ever a lagh at
home that m MO e as you as. au a
l ,ru weakrs ,s e
sot oa a fsw lemu rs al.
The owner at the Gem peurosaal
attends to yor ernl i and eoatert.
Tables for ladles sa& seat.mms,
uasek L has Cou.er, Oyster Mar.
"Thl Wex-terr That aslla Sm
LAST PICTURE OF WHSOI AS PRESIDENT
President Willson, leaning on a heavy rubber-capped cane, walked
into the executive ofices at the White House' for the last meeting of
his cabinet when this picture was taken, Feb. 15. The president had
iained in weight, but showed plainly the suffering through which he
Friday-ma went to a wedding
this after p. m. & when she cum
home she sed she had all ways herd
that marrages witch was on Friday
was unlucky. Pa sed he reckon they
was, he sed he diddent see why they
shud ought to be.any diffrent from
other marrages. ma sed WHAT.
What also sed I. because I diddent
understand what he ment. So while
they was Decideing it out I tuk the
dog & we went up to Jakes house &
chased the cat.
Saturday-pa & me went down
town to watch & liasen at the pradg
& evry 1 witch walked a past pa tuk
a look than lafted. Finely pa got
sore & sed he wood bust sum body
on there noses it they kep on that
away. Finely I looked up above his
hed & there was a sine hung up &
it sed Unfurnished Room For Rent
& thats what was the cause of the
8unday-when pa started in to
shine his shoes ma sed go out in
the shed. when he lit his pipe shei
sed go out doors. Finely he put on
his hat & went out & ma sed Where
you going & he answered & replyed
I am going down to the crick &
AIMIERINIB AT LAW.
Olvil Ditrict Court.
State ex rel., Perseverance Ben.
san. of Algiers, v. Andrew Thomp
ion et ads., mandamu.-W. J. &
P. ~. Hennesey and W. G. Wedig.
Succession of Brnest Luceon; will.
--. C. Brodtmann.
Peter L. Bocage et al., v. Octave
Bocage, et al., Judgment, signed.
Katie McCauley v. Chas. W. Alk
Mr. and Mrs. John Schroeder v.
4. O .Ry. & L. Co.; motion and
)rder bonds for costs.
Chas. O. Roome, Jr., v. Frank M.
Jallaghan, motion and order of ap
peal, returnable to Court of Appeal.
Succession of Mrs. Frank H. Whei
in; Judgment signed putting in pos
Court of AppeaLi
Mrs. Fannie Fleming, ot als., v.
Mrs. Josephine Jones, et al., appeal
clvil District Court, Division A.
leo. P. Platt and Robt. 3. O'Connor,
!or defendant and appellant.
'Thos. Chakle to Oliver Dorsey,
)1000, lot, lmira, Pacific, Socrates
nd La msrque.-O'Connor.
Srles ame cOsit Neres
Stanley BDhrman to Hugh P. Bar
brak, ot ala., certain amount of
boom drag le dredge. ste., $1000
-ma, s0oo mortgage.--tarkey.
M6moto Motor Co., Ina., to P. Al
,in Streek, Ford Sedan, eatino 41?
Monday-The teecher ast 1 of
the girls if she had ever tuk Per
centige & she sed she was exposed
to it but never ketched it. Got a
slap for snickering.
Tuesday-ma had Co. this ev
ning witch is a reglar Gossip. Pa
sed Less me & you go out in the
shed the only nice thing that
woman ever says is about her own
Wednesday-are skool studies is
getting harder evry day. Had to
stay in tonite because when the
teacher ast tne what was a ,Refer
endum I sed it was sum thing you
shoot off of the 4th of July to sell
abrate I got caught in the rane.
also in a lie beings I 4d j stayed to
help the teecher clean up the skool.
Pa new diffrent.
Thursday-I gess Jane is peaved
with me agen. 'I think I will let
her go forever this time. She sang
the Love nest to me & then ast me
if I thot she ever cuall do anything
with her voice & I told her they
was a lot of money In being a auc
7104, $336.42 cash, $673.05 mort
Real Estate Trasfers.a
Mrs. Sebastian M. Hopper to Elol
L. Bordelon, lot, Atlantic, Pacific,
l8dell and Homer, 41800 'cash.
E. P. Brady to Jules Plaisance, 2
lots, Magellan. Hermosa, Bringler
and other property, $300 cash.
Xeter Realty Ltd., to Tony Ba
lamone, two lots, at Leesburg, front
ing on Public Road, $450 cash.
Oakdale Co., to Goo. Spland, 2
lots, Thayer, Socrates, Lefoeu and
Ptolemy, $260 eesh.-DelbeL
Philip Raugebkolb to John Quer
rouse. eortlon Belleville, Newton,
Diana and Vallette, $400 terms.
J. Bodegeor Realty Co., to R. J.
Williams, et als., lot, Verret, Peli
can, Alix and Bermuda (ratifleation)
Olivier Land & Ihpt. So., to Gee.
Sadler, 2 lots, Behrman, Slidell,
Sumner and Newton, 45,950 terms.
Aeeepemances o (Omracts.
Reliance Homestead Assoiatio,
owner, from Alfred Sheldon, prop
erty, 8guca,. Bonny, Delarode sand
Same owner from same eontrae
tor, proerety, Began. Delaroade,
Bonny sad orga.---OUver.
No tnn ever became strong
No store ever increassd its
sl by mspeuding advertis.
Advertising is like food.
It makes a business grow.
And NEWSPAPER adver
tiing is the rost bede of ad
What about yew store's
advertisinr menu? More ad
vertsing "ood" .wI l make
UeIuJdia isl pgd
6YlP ~iuaCumI GlAHAM D
THE SAD BROWNIE.
When the girl and the boy were
adventuring along the road they began
to get a very fine
opinion of them
selves - and not
only that, they
didn't act in the
least like a regu
lar boy and girl,
but they acted as
though - wellI
You'll hear for
yourselves ho w
"Ah," said the
girl, "this road is
very bumpy, but
then it is inter
esting. I am con
stantly seeing all
sorts of quaint
The Luncheon. t h in g s, curious
i ttle creatures,
funny little plants, and, too, it seems
to me that the sun shines down more
brightly upon this road than upon
the Road Commonplace which we took
once by mistake."
"I say we have some food," said the
boy after a few minutes.
"Yes," said the girl, "for we had
quite an exciting time in the woods
when we found we almost went the
wrong way, and I'm very hungry."
So the boy took his knapsack from
his back and they undid the luncheon.
It was extremely good. There were
delicious sandwiches and some Jam
and some good, cool brook water which
had been put in a crystal bottle.
There was also some candy.
"I hope it isn't magic tandy, which
can disappear when it wants to," said
"What a horrible thought," said the
girL "Why did you have to think up
such a terrible thought about the can
dy? It would have been better if you
had thought it about the sandwiches,
though for that matter the sandwiches
are what I most want at the moment.
rm so extremely hungry."
They sat down and ate their lunch
eon and peeked into the basket and
saw three other packages, one with a
card attached which said:
"For supper this evening." and the
second package said:
"For breakfast tomorrow morning."
And there was a third package
which was marked, "Extra goodies for
extra times." This had all been fixed
for the adventurers by Mrs. Wood Elf.
"She was nlce, was Mrs. Wood lif,"
said the girl. "I am going to be very
careful to like only lice people and
I'm going to make no mistakes, and
Fm going to think of serious things
and not behave in a fsollih way.
"Why, I'm even going to enjoy
things when they're hard, for '71 be
feeling they are ding me great good."
"Maybe we will find the House e
Secrets that way sooner," agreed the
"Well, lets be os," said thei gir a
little later, as afl wiped her moath
with one of Mrs Wood Nirs lea nap
kins. "To am thrh, aren't yer'
*"A through." said the boy.
ast then they beard a sobbing. R
aoended very near.
They walked aig a little way,
loektinga the direction fosa whie
tim sobbing came.
"Oh, wts a por littl ereatue, a
little bit o a browae, or somthaing
at the srt,' said tho girL "Se, bh
is hidda babindn this sele."
"Fa hidda beease yu made me
as small," said the little brewe,
"You aren't bhavig like a reglar
bhey r a regular gl at all, ad it
breaks my heart!
"What in them wrid was, oa inthe
matter with yae"
"De yu always sey behInd that
atone where wo founad you ad aN
nevoer got a
heae teo grow,
but make folks
-wat on youa ad
pll ya lik a
s- maet ased
Y"W n" said the
SeeaiS "Tm me
relatin t t"that
goem at all."
ie hey, "aal
- fe geling to
ar aew, little air. IWW laddia
We realliy m st
h a6 if you haven't saything epoclh
Ua a ye mat foil o" r."
'oh dear! Oh teari O dear!"
th b m eagal burg
"Yhis is a niance," said th hey.
*A perfet boths," sad te girt. "I
* believe ib is ie depmsg at he'
em we sd we wme n en en he
had 4ssd his teals"
aMn " a a wd a *um le " i.'r
p ms ma bemnuse yoau tated
a If you db'ut want i e Joyors
.hat e at te meet ig tat
thigs a in e, ad what' mess de
rlmas tat are hard bense yen
won't let the-get the beet oyu
t yoarselves I ga alew ig a a Im i
Which he did!
s?. at -mk
VAL. J. AERAE'
se 3.h ves Ailaer, a.
MARCH 4TH TO 15TH
Ten Day Spring Housecleaning Sal
of Odds and Ends
Cut Glass Cut Glass
$1.50 , $1.50
Values utp to S .oo, all in this Talh a' t .I . on sale
are discarded ;patternt . all of stantlari d :u : ,i te rything
hears the usual stamp ,f 1I I Y IR khualit\ ' "tore of
Confidence Since 1853."
Meyer's Jewelry Store
I AKA meestake deesa morning
and show up for da work. And da
boa he maka meestake and show up,
too. He geeva look wot day ees on da
calendar and tella me go home.
When nobody else show up for da
work I tink mebbe was out late and
no gotta amblsh deesa mornlng. But
da boss tella me was no trouble Ilka
dat. He say today was da Labor day
and nobody work. He tella me I can
go home and hava da vacash.
I dunno somating bouta Labor day.
I tink every one wars da labor day et
you gotta steady job. I no tink today
war moocha deefrence-josu plain
Monday, September six tim.
But he say een deesa country one
day every year ees beeg celebrash
anad no work. He say da union taka
a vacash and maka member pay da
na at ee go to work. And when da
union queeta work. da boss say, every.
body else no works, te.
Da bo tells me I no losa da wage
and an go homo and maka da ede
brash. Rights quaeck I tank de Labor
day was greata tuL So I p bom
and feegure out marts Miea
I no tella my boee, but I am r
sGa guy wet aska da caleadar I
tir a hbem ed be asks tree hudade
p smty -four Labor day aevey pw
and Ja one day for lay .0 ea g eats
r-t We p to wemk an de lap or
day and hlay e e a an da Laber day
Ds be.s forgetta deae mornit g was
da Labor day before e gpev look at
da calendar. So weeth os adstle
change ern da print mobbe ie forgetta
every day. I tank I am pretty sman
gay ails right
Wot you tWpkt
Itf abundant goods are probed the
country will prosper and pries w
contlnue their downward eearna
production Is larp the markets wilm
be filled and every dollar ill buy
mor . But few badnsas mas ean a
conipllh a great deal it they reoetat
ly have a grouch, and few wrkmu
an * good work quiekly whea they
wear a permanent aewl.. Work is t
one big Sector upoe ewhich Saumse
prouectlop depends. cilet work em
the part of everyone bem ma r
aa boy, Is essentlal if there is to be
eoeugh to eat enoagh to wear and
enough hbouses which to tven aye
--veland Plain Dealer. The proepeats
are bright if the Amerema pople put
their shoulder t the wheel. wveryome
arould Sad pleasure in leing his job.
There Is rasem to workt with a smile
He Wua a Plausible Peddler
and a Smooth Talker
He mold Mrs. So-ead-Se 4 bottle e
ga aid-bat there was a sad
to the Nefr.
A DAINTY, ~RWT GAB
RUNy WAS RIUINEDI
Tbws Is nethr mfysterloeus abeut
oar metods. Lvery tabric requrles
dtferent treatmeat-Wl EIew
FAUUCS-Sead year garmeats to
SBwar 3 ., corner Opeeasma.
Men's Slts eleaned and pressed
Ns e. LLa ladies seats eleaned
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
* Zarigr Bo
goS Royal St.
STOP LOOK AND USSE
NO BUZZ WAGON
EVER KNOCKED NO 6
OFF THE TRACK
for Easter Eggs of all
kinds. Also Easter
baskets. rabbits, chkik
ens. Fresh stock and
Verret St., cor Slidell
W P - WA
N daIatlly tiot -lo
«... thye loot w51 bit
tham whm aw. Deal U
JAe. them the e .
ether. No matter he
dIat.at or tilm th hIe
ear mandry wer* n-
them bo to 7s as MM
as o batter them ma r.A
The successful man is ot
the man who spendls aflltb'
maIes, but the Iman 'nwij
saves and invests a part J
his income. You can A
SPEND and HAVE.
But you can HAVE b
and Trust Co..
840 Verret St.