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UNITED STATES CONTROL OF
, , Z,
HE ACTS ON WILSON'S ADVICE
Existing Rates to Remain In Effect,
Also Order Forbidding Discharge
of Union Employee,--Fear of
,' Strike Not the Cause.
Washington.--Telegraph and tele
phone companies whose lines have
been controlled and operated by the
government since last August 1, were
ordered to resume immediate opera
tions for their own account by Post
nmuter General Burleson. The post l
office department, under terms of
Barleson's order, retains a measure
of control of the service pending final
legislative action by congress.
Regultions prohibiting discrimina- 1
tion against wire employes because of
union affiliations., maintaining existing
rates and charges and instructing the
companies to keep specal accounts
to facilitate cost settlement between
themselves and the government, are
retained in effect, under the order Is.
sued by the postmaster general.
Burleson accomfanied the order
w with a statement giving the reasons n
which impelled him to take the action. ii
He asserted that the president, hay.
Ing recommended the return of the
properties, the senate' interstate com.
merce committee having indicated
that immediate return !as advisable,
and the house committee having
through hearings manifested a desire u
for action toward that eand, he felt it
his duty to return operative control
to the various property owners.
"The president having recommend.
ed the return of the wire systems and
the control of the owning companies a
with certain legislation designed to (;
stabilise their operation," Burleson I
said, "and the senate committee hay u.
ing taken action looking, for their im.
mediate return and the house commit.
tee In its hearings on the proposed h
leTlation having Indicated concur- if
rence in the suggested immediate re
turn, with or without legislation so s
recommended, I feel It my duty to
now return the' actual control of op
eratlons to the companies.
Wuhington.--FLplee of the West.
ern Union Telegraph Company in
Florida, Alabama, G}eorgia, South and
North Carolina, West Virginia, Vir
ginia, Kenltucky, Tennasee, Misslssip. ~
p1 and ]w Oleaps, ILA., who are q
members of the Commercial Tel.
egraphers' Unipu, were ordered to g to
on strike ll~medlptely by S. 3. KqseneR
ktamp, president of that organization.
ilWI[LHL TURK TO PARIS
URK8 M4ST ACEpT TERMS OlIC,
TATED BY ALLIES. l
Ottoman Envoys to S. Reprded Mere
aWitneise Than as Pistnl. d
laris, June 5.-'-The big tour has do- '
ided to'lltlit 1~'ltqlkb poacefel h
egaites, aclor!ling tO aiz uaoflcia1r&]
port. Thre exact date ba not be
learned that the TFurbo will be wb
sideread merely as "wltulelusu" rather
than fully accredited plonipotentlaries.
This was Eoniideted asndtcafing'thdt T
the Turks .w~lU begiuum virtually no a
opportu~ityjpr discouson of the temn b
and wtl~jbpe to acq~t tho conditlousa
excatly u dr'awn up by, the allies.re
America's part in drawing up the
Turkish treaty Is expecred to be co.o
fined largely *o ,an/~advisory role, al
though the questlo of accepting man. D
datorfes over former Tu~rkish toni.se
tories' probably will figure In the din
The allies' answer to the counter
Proposals wtill'be hatade to the tier
auana before next Thursday, it wasa
learned from an authoritative source
The big four heard Premier ?ader. ~
eweki regarding Upper Silesia, whicbga
some of thle allied delegates flow adus.
cat.eing retained by Germany, hn.br
ateqi of being awarded to Poland. Tihefo
pr,:g~ler also presented his version of
eoo tiemed fighting between the Poles
and Ukrsalans after his aeuurajlce
that hostilities would cese
S Turks Urged to Kill Greeks. J.
8alonlki.--A proclamation Inviting a
the Turks to massacre the Greeks In
Thrace baa been distributed at Adrian.he
duty, inaifeasaance of Office and failure ea
to oh ,vtimeamnt reglations av
been ie against United States O(in.
misl&&er Mark A. 'oote by Ulq
IState9 Attorney Vharjes F. 'dlyne, It
Wag a~nounced here.
ceivela Cnegle hero medal forhi
effort; in behalf of his 20 comrades
•durin[ thei week's entombment In
4err minle aster ,an explosion
tbat qa I lives In 19Og, is dead aM
his !hqea of pneumonia.
DI o expect to get through s hot
(o of hard work without a sick
yo s~ta lrt witlh your sysetni full
itiell~ '.Ua8 To avoidl n break-dow
Au.-, tI,mw,.season begin now taklin
:/. A Bitters, the remedy for
mens )It will purf the blood, liver
a,.d .Mels and put the system In
heitld,eoudmtou, P'rie $1.25 per bet.
WORLD'S RECORD IS
BROKEN BY TANLAC
L S Bottles Sold In Four Years Would
Reach From New York
To Denver, Colo.
OF Four years ago very few peopleh had
ever heard of Tanla,. Today it un
quesiiomnahly has the largest sale of
any medicine in the world, and is as
well known in ('anada as in this con( -
ICE try. In the brief period of only tou;
years time this now famous remedy
has leaped front obscurity to the very
eet, pitiacle of success. Its fatme in fact
le has Iiiimg 5ince spread beyond the limit!
of th1 contilenlt, anid numierous inquir
les regarding it are now beuing reeiy
ed from wniny foreign countries.
Very few people, however, fully real.
tele. ize what a really wonderful record Tan
have Inc has miide. Indeed. if it were not
the for the uuquestionlable facts and figure;
era givein out by the largest and best known
, drug firms of the country the story o
post its success would lie halrd to believe.
of up to January first. the total sales
sure of Tiaihe aimounuted to npproxiauntell
fnal twelve million bolttles. The demand
Da- however, increasing, for during thi u
ea rt thi iq, sofli. year over oii(
ling million bhottles were sold and distrilut.
the ed in the 1United States ialn Callada
Jose the exact figure beIng 1.306,180 ii
'e three months.
are At this rate. therefore, the siales fo,
tilthe present year will amount to more
'der than five million bottles. This wil
ion mean that 17,000 bottles of Tanlac will
ion, be sold during every clay of the year
lay or 2100 bottles for every hour of tit(
the average working (lay.
SThese figures are too stupenldous to
bie, the average m1ind to grasp, but one ma`
vlg Visualize what twelve millionl bottles
sire mean by imaghihlg them laid out In ;
t it single file end to end. Thus laid they 1
tro would make a track of Tsnlan from '"
M. New York through Chicago, and on to
md D)enver. C'olorado ; or they would form
sig a double track of Trillhic from the.
to Grat Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico d
8011 Piled end on end they wouli tower 135
times as high as Pikes Peak, or ris(
p.1,333 times higher than the Woolworth
e Building in New York, the tallest build
U. ing in the world.
re- The detnlad for Tailac has become
so so great that its sale instead of be. S
t lug measured biy the gross as other pre.
op parattions have been is now reckoned
by the car load, and even by the trahi
load. In proof of this It Is a note tl
S worthy fact that the leading r.g job.
bers everywhere now buy Tanlac al.~
fi-most exclusively in car load lots. T(
psupply the Pacific coast trade alone re
requires from forty to fifty car loads a
'e.per year--Jolbers of the Milddle West
goare selling front seventy to eighty car: ~
The well known drug fir'm of Hesig.
Ellis Drug C'ompaniy of Memphis, Tenn..N
Ishas soh(l over forty ('ar loads since .the
hitrodu(ction of Tanlac in that state
your years ago.
~. Within the past ninety (lays, ten ca!
loads of Tanlac have gone to supply
the demand of British, Columbia, Sas.
Skachewan, Alberta and Manitoba, Cana
The Owl Drug Company of San
Fraun~lsco. the largest retail driuggist:
!ot the Pacific coast state that they
i have sohld more than 180.(000 bottles at
ry etail, which surpasses the remarkabl,
~Urecord of the Jacobs Pharmacy Co~m.
pany of Atlanta, who have sold ap
Sproximately 80,000h bottles at retail.
Tanlac is composed of the most bene
Sficial roots and herbs known to science
£tThe' formula complies ivib all national
moand state pure food and healdrh laws of
Sboth the United States and Canada
Sand absolute merit and merit alone is
responsible fot its phenomenal and un.
~. Taulac is sold in Arcadia by the City
~.Drug Store and by one reliable repre
1.sentative in every town.
' TAYLOR NEWS
i- Miss Sue Willie Carr visited triendt
Sand relatives here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. o Cook of Rlnuggold, g
came over in their car to the ball
e- Miss Mary Prothrno is visiting he;
a.brother andl family at Wliusboro, Tex.
tofor a while.
Messrs. Tom 1-eflin and Rlt ae
were among our business Rvisior Cte
SGibslaMd this week.
Mrs. Clarence Wall an(i Clarence,
Jr., were in Gibshund shopphing Satur.
Sday eveninug between trains,'
*I am asked to announce to the mere.
~*bership of the I~oodman circle that
each and everyone be present at our
next regular meeting as there are eev.
eral candidates to be introduced and
1 ildo the pene.
trtng hlence of
tb wm ul liptiL
.latwish wi ilvml ul! to
iItt~rIm a~t vi htm
after business refreshments will be
served. 'Rememler the date, Saturday
C before the fourth Sunday.
Quite an interesting game of base hal1
was played here laturday evening he
d tween Taylor and Dublberly.
Mr. Arthur Sterens of Gibsland, wlas
a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
1V. C. Wall the past week.
Mr. Geo,. 'l'rothro, whlot is running a
saw mill near Athens visited homiie
folks Saturday and Sunday.
Crops are looking flue, I'torn ready
to lay-by and c(ottonl all chopltped out
Good old picnic and fish-fry times are
Mrs. ('. Wehl, of Gibslland, visited
her mother this week-end anld attend
ed the c-irle imeetinig at the W. U. WV..
hall Satlurdlay afternoon.
Miss IlDoris Strong left this week foi
he Normiual whierie she will go to con
thiue her sllidmies, having just graduat
ed at the ( llslanil high school.
Mr'. P. E. Brown. of Arcadia, repre
senitin, the Bieniville Parish Mutuial
Protectivte Assas'iation was here Slatur
i]y dotllg meiiie good work among ollur
Mr. Sam Henderson. Texas, who was
called to the bedside of his brother.
.r. B. Hleinderson who was seriously
sick returned to his home this week
and cairriedl his brother with him.n,
tlilking perhallllps a challnge of (limiatt
nmight do tmli good.
GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" '
TO CONSTIPATED CHILD
Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm
tender little Stomacdi, Liver
Look at the tongue, mother! If c
coated, your little one's stomach, liver f
and bowels need cleansing at once.
When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't c
sleep, eat or act naturally, or is fever- s
ish, stomach sour, breath bad; has sore a
throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a
teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs," and in a few hours all the foul, 1
constipated waste, undigested food and s
sour bile gently moves out of its little a
bowels without griping, and you have
a well, playful child again. Ask your
druggist for a bottle of "California a
Syrup of Figs," which contains full te
directions for babies, children of all "
ages and for grown-ups. r'
SUCCESSION SALE ' '
Succession of J. E. Hood and Mlrs.
Emma Hood, Deceased. No. 639, si
Probate Docket, Third District s
Court, Bienville Parish, Louisianal;
By authority of a commission from ol
the Third District Court, Bienville T
Parish, Louliaana, hi the above styled ai
succession cause we will sell, for cash, 11
to pay debtg, subject to appraisement, c(
within legal sale hours on
SATURDAY, JUNE 21st, 1919 nr
at the principal front door of the hI
Court House of Bilenville Parish, Ar- nl
cadia, Louisiana, the following de- Jr
scribed real and personal property of as
the successions of J. E. and Mrs. Em- rn
ma Hood, deceased, to-wit:
A certain lot of land in NW 1-4 of TA
NE 14, Section 21, Township 17 North, "1
The Best Carbon Paper
A Specall Ordrs Ty writer Paper
SAll Kinds of Printed Stationery
THE IENVl DEMOCRAT, ARCADIA
THE W. T. COERl JACK
will make the season at
edge of town
j SA I. DBEAC!, REEPER
Why Not No w?
If you contemplate buying Jewelry of any kind,
you should not put it off. Take advantage of
our well selected stock and buy now.
K o dak s and Supplies, Pianos and Columbia
Grafonolas and Records.
Expert Watch Repair WorkA
V. CPIPES Jeweler
, ': "'i ' '} "'"T" -" t 'i ' .
he Range 6 West, described as followss:
SayBecn aing at NE corner of J. N.
H1umphrey's lot and running West 2
chains and 44 links to stake; thence
all South to Northwest corner of C. L.
bie- Inborn lot: thence East 2 chains and111
44 links; thence North to point of ite
Sgiuning, containing Iwo and three
eighths acres. Also lot beginnitlg at
rs. the Northeast cornler of .II. A. Embry
lot and running thellnce West a dis
a tance of one acre, thence North a dis
Ih. tance of One acre, thence West again
a distance of one acre. thence North
a distance of two acres or to Section
l.y line; thence East on Section line a
It distance of two acres to Northwest
re corner of C. L. Wood lot: thence South
about 235 yards to point of beginning,
containing five and one half 15 1-2)
ca acres, more or less. The first lot above
described having been purchased from
C. L. Wood as per deed recorded in
Book "lilt" page 578 and the other by
c(orrection deed from I. E. Suton and
01 Mrs. M. A. Lowery, recorded in Book
l"44," page 478 of Conveyances, Bien
iille Parish, Louisiana, containing in
all seven and seven eigthths acres,
p_ more or less, with all the improve
il ments; also the following personal pro
Ir Household goods and kitchen furni
ture, one piano, one horse, four head
of cattle, six head of hogs, plow tools
and farm implements.
r. This the 10th day of May, A. D.,
n. H. C. WALKER,
IW. L. . 100D,
TELEGRAPHY FOR YOUNG
D WOMEN AS WELL AS MEN
Knowledge of Telegraphy and skil' e
in its use makes a mlla valuable in
inmany lines today. American business
wmen'l and women are engaged and must c
[f ontillue on r Ilarge scale in the pro
, (du1nc1h and distrilbution of commodities
for the world. The increase In the
volume of distrilbution of the America h
commnodlities has necessarily enused ai
r- spelial demand for telegraph operators ti
eas well as other conmmereia help. The
a Tyler Commerclal ('ollege is placing
their operators in responsible Ioisitions
Ieginning at excellent salaries. The
,Tyler ('onnuereial College is visited per.
d sonaily by olfi(ials of different railroad,
e and is asked to supply many mort
e operators than is lpossille. Mr. Loutz.
8ttpt. Middle Division, Sante Fe Rail
r road. In a visit to tills school, rec'entl.
9 asked for six of our graduates iiin
1 telegraphy and requested that we sehn
1 more later if possible. We could not
refer him to even six who did not ahve
other positions already in view. ant('
may not be aide to send any more
later. In fact. MIr. P. F. Frenger, Supt f
Tele., 'nion Pa'cifict I. It.. came ii
person to visit our school and wrote
us. "We can( use all you can send of
, such high class students as you uha y
t sent us heretofore." The St Loul
Southwestern Ry. ('o., whose genera' er
I offices and shops are loc!ted here at 1a
Tyler, give us their strong endorsement
I and hearty supixrt. We have a main t
line trainu wire over which our student: t
can get their operators' messages just
as they conme to the offices of this great
railroad. We are allowed to use every
blank, form, report book. etc.. Used in
railroad telegriaphy and station work
just as this greait railroad uses them, a
as well as all the blanks., record books,
rate Iboks and sheets of the Western
Union 'o. MIr . . D. Cobb, Auditor St.
Louis Southwestern Railway Co., says:
"There is a shortage of clerical help,
particularly. at large freight and tick
N. et stations an(d ally .yoUllg lu1u1 or woi.
m2 ain proficient in railroad c'lerie'!
cc work, will, no doubt, tint it easy tc
L. obtain employment on tihe railroad,
il both in Texas and elsewhere, as similal
e- colnditiolls prevail through out the en
ee tire country." Mr. 11'. J. WVilliams
at Superintendent Telegrapllh of the san
ry road gave us a gooH recommenatnlt(ionl.
s- Withi the support of this great rail
is- roadl, we hlave blilt up the greates!
in school of telegraphy and stationll work
th in Ameriea, teaching undler their di
It reetion everything an operator needs
i to kinow au d luse. Fill ill utld mail
st for free! icatalogue. A good position i:
[i1 awaiting you.
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in TYIER (')1I.MIIt('IAL ('cLL E(G,
A young detective was enthusiastie
S but Inexperienced. Rushing Into his
_. chiefs office in great excitement, he
. cried, "I've found the murderer! I've
got him cornered so that he can't es
i. cape!" The chief regarded him with
( withering scorn. "Allow me," he said,
Il "to draw your attention to the fact
that at present we are looking, not for
the murderer, but for clews!"
State of Louisiana. Parish of lienville.
Hutchinsonl Bros., vs. K. G. G(ardnier,
No. 47:3, Third Judicial DistrietI
Under and by virtue of a writ of
execution issued out of tile above 111in
ed Honorable C'ourt. antd to mie dire't
n ed, I have seized and will offer for
sale to the last and highest bidder for
cash, with the lehnefit of appraisement.
at the rillcipal front door of the court
s house in the town of Arcadia, Iien
Sville parish, Louisiana within legal sale
SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919
the following dlescribed property, to
Seized as the property of the defend
ant and will be sold to satisfy said
writ of execution and all cost.
This the 8th day of June, 1919.
J. B. C'URRItE, Sheriff.
Taken up by nme about 1;1 miles
southwest of Arcadia. ill Ward 1. Bien
ville parish, one light roan horse, about
11 or 12 years old ; white face: brand
edt on left shoulder "S," "'. S." with
the letters "A. S." under same; has
four white stocking legs and on lef
fore hoof the figures "254."
Unless owner calls for same amn
proves his ownership and pays all
charges. I will sell same at public out
cry to the last and highest bidder for
SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1919
at 11:00 a. m.. at my house in said
ward and parish. in accordance with
the Stock Law of i'ard 1, Beinvilll
This May 28, 1010.
A. B, HOLLAND,
.OLKS ar a Aeap like ,a cco: Thar o Eh
bitey folks. Thor's flat, uninterestin' folks.
then thar's flks.like Velvet-mild, but hearty
"Friendly" is a very, good word to describe the
S positively pleasing quality that sets VEIIET
There is that indescribable sothg bou V
S that is associated in cn'some with the thought VELVET
of a friend.
It is a satisfying moke-never harsh; without bite.
Like a friend it "agrees" with you o mat ter how
m u us t. wri you. no matter how
much you use it.
'Lon , pati nt ageing-i
wooden hogtheads-.does it.
Priendship must ripen
Slowly. Good tobacco, the
same way. An army of
men have learned this
a'lot of comfort out of a
'?l a VELVET
S '7" notuivea "t c
- n 4 mothmes,
las it rligT for
STypewriter Ribbons, Carbon Paper and 1Typ
per. Mail orders a specialty. THE iENIO
THiE UNIVERSAL .CAR
The Ford One Ton Truck is one of .,
the sure business utilities, and like.
wise just as big a necessity on the
farm. Farming is surely a business'",
proposition wherein success depends ;
upon economical methods with up.
to-date machinery. The Ford Truck
will prove a great economy on the
farm. The marvel is "how the farm..
er has got along without it all these
years." It is a servant that serves,
always ready and always econo1ii
cal. Price $550, without body, f. o.
W. R. FOGLE, Jr. }
Minden, -. - - - Louisian.
COMPLETE LINE O01
GENUINE FORb PA
It is time to replace the worn parts ie your
so as to avoid dangerous aceidents and
We carr *a complete line of
GENUINE FORD PARTS, TIRES E
INNER TUBES, Etc.
In fact anything for a FORD CAR. Prompt attel:- `
R. D. SIMS