SLDevotedt Bt Intr o
Ringgold and Sugroudn T '
.. ... .I. nn a.nd Willie Gladson froml Invlil Writing. CHURCH ANNNOU F
RECOGNIZE VALUE OF TREES
People Awake to the Neoalitiy of
Their Presence for the Proper
With the growing interest In forest
ry, the lalndscape effect of the trees
used for refuresting purposes should
not be overlooked. As country homes
increase in number, the esthetic fea
tures in both cultivated areas and
woodlands becomi more and more im
portant, writes F. W. Kelsey in the
American For, "'"y Magazine. Progress
in this direct .u the United States
may be class, ,d Into three distinct
1. The early r-liaring of the native
woods growth with waste and destruc.
tion alike of the natural foliage effects
and the Irreparable loss of the timber
supply, without consideration being
given to future needs.
2. The awakening to a realization of
this suicidal policy as manifested in
the conservat!;) movement, which has
now become a subject of nation wide
8. The prospective period when the
beauty of the forest growth will In the
treatment of forestry land be recog
nised as an important factor of de.
velopment In connection with the utili
tarian purposes of the forest.
The fact is now everywhere ap
preciated that a treeless landscape is
like a treeless city, an unattractive
and depressing sight.
WHITE FENCE FOR GARDEN
Oceorative Scheme That Serves Twol
Purposes, Making for Quiet and
seclusion, With Beauty.
Framing the garden with a decora
live fence of white pales has at least
two distinct advantages. Iiclosing the
garden gives It that much-to-be-de
Fene That Appeals.
sire atinosphere of quiet and seclue
ieo. The gleaming wlhlte of the fence
agplast the green foliage adds much
to the appeal of the garden.
EXTERIOR MUST BE INVITING
WhIt Might Be Called "Approaohes"
to Heus Are Worth the Most
A eomparison of the number of per
mIs who view the interior of the home
with the number who view the exter
lr makes more than evident the Im.
portan of artistle and tasteful dec
oration for the lawn and the outside
.of a house. The careful execution of
a wellplannd schene of exterior dec.
oratto is matter of personal as well
as ediv pride, ad nothing enhances
to eh sa extent beth the home and
the towna rviane, shrubs and flow.
s careafully placed with an eye to
psral te~ and saltability In keep
g1 with the saih and shape of the
Ilwn and the style of architecture of
the buldling. The beauty of a house
a Iroup of bulldings en be entlrely
mpotiM or greatly Imalproved by the
vlri and ebrobbety around it.
Uvery hoaseholder is confrolted
with his own particular decoratlon
peble .He must study the character
of ati gtOund, the style of his house,
the path. and walks leadinl to it, as
well as take Into considertion the
kind at decorations his ndghbors use
in order to pt the right emphabls and
motrast to bring his own plac out
nd a prope peerpoctelve of the whole,
houe, lawn and owers.
Set Good Eample.
Show your good cltlsenlshlp and do
ugglc pridel by making yoer house a
spl~adid ample rather than a dil
appoelntng aeception. Wuash your win
dows; apply paint to thlnrty ensraces;
dtan aId renovate your yards; polish
yar brmasswork; so to it that younr
bhome looks like a retal Ameirlan homa
d~a o't estop on the outlde but make
the Iw look like new fro cellar
IWiropean Birds Vlit Japu.
SemI of the blrds of eastern lrOpe
velas faru u lapn foe the wlntw,
Minute Atoms of Oxygen.
If a hple were punched la an e
Inri ta1 balb small enotlb to let in
,QOOw0e atoms of oxyen a mlnute,
It woualtd take 100,000,000 yuars to fill
Bible Thoughts for
IN PLEASANT PLACES.--The g
Lord is the portion of mine inheir
tance and of my cup: thou main*
tainest my lot. The lines are fallen h;
unto me in pleasant places; yea, M
I shall have a goodly heritage.
Ps. 18:5, 6.
RIGHTEOUSNESS BRINOG R"- ai
JOICING.--When the righteous are S
In authority, the people rejoice:
but when the wicked beareth rule,
the people mourn.-Prov. 29:2.
A MIGHTY ARM.-Thou hast a
mighty arm: strong Is Thy hand,
and high is Thy right hand. Jus
tice and judgment are the habita
tion of Thy throne: mercy and
truth shall go before Thy face.-
Ps. 89:18, 14.
HOW TO TRUST.-Trust in the h
Lord with all thine heart; and lean
not unto thine own understanding.
In all thy ways acknowledge Him,
and He shall direct thy paths.
Prov. 8:5, 6. g
FURNISH NO UL. - Where
no wood is, there the are goeth
out: so where there is no tale
bearer, the strife caseth.-ProV. C
THE PRINCE OF PEACAO-Unto
us a Child Is born, unto us a Son Is h
given: and the government shall h
be upon His shoulder' and His
name shall be called Wondeful.
Counsellor. The migtty God, Tha
everlasting Father, The PRINCO t
OF PBACE.-Isa. 9:8. a
THE "POWER OF FAITH.-Je
sus said unto them, If ye have faith
as a grain of mustard seed, Iye shall
say unto this mountain, Remove
from hence to yonder place: and It
1 shll remove; and nothing shall be
Impossible unto you.-Matt. 17:20.
The doctrine of forest preservation
is no new doctrine. Ths Lohisiana
Legislature in Act No. 232, of 1920 pro
vided that a landowner co-ild collect as i
damages from anyone setting fire to
his land, and destroying saplings and
young tree growth, the cost of artifi.
cilly planting and cultivating such
growth to the point of development at
the time of fire. About five 'thousand
years bsfore this enactment, Moses,
the Hebrew law-giver, enacted (Exo
duts xxl:6): "If a fire break out and
catch in thorns, so that stocks of corn,
or the standing corn, or the field be
consumed therewith; he that kindled
the fire shall surely make restitution."
The disastrous effect of forest fires
is graphlcally shown in Joel, chapter
I, verses 18, 19 and 20:
"How do the beasts groan! the herds
rI of cattle are perplexld, because they
5 haye no pasture, yes, the flocks of
b sheep are made desolate.
"O Lord, to Thee will I cry: for the '
fire hath devoured the pastures of the
wilderness, and the flame hath burned
all the trees of the field.
"The beasts of the field also cry
unto Thee: For the rivers of water
are dried up, and the fire hath dsvour.
ed the pastures of the wilderness."
"The rivers are dried up." Some one
e built a fire In the woods during a
The vangesance of the Lord upon a
stiff-necked and rebellious people at
times took the form oPdestruction of
Stheir forests. Consult Esekliel xx: 37,
11 63. 46 and 47 verses:
And I will cause you to pus under
d therod, *
' , • C and ye shall loathe your.
:o selves in your own sight for all the
F evils that ye have committed.
a 'Son of man, set thy face toward
t the south, and drop thy word toward
a the south, ypd prophesy against the
y forest of the south field;
6 "And say to the forest of the south,
Hear the word of the Lord; Thus
d saith the Lord God, Behold, I will kin.
C die a fire in thee, and it shall devour
Severy green tree in thee, and every
Sdry tree: the flaming flame shall not
be quenched, and all tfaces from the
e south to the north shall be burned
Another divine curse:
Isaiah i1:11, 19: "1br wickedness
burneth as th$ firs: It shall devour
the briers and thorns and shall kindle
In the thiokets of the forest, and they
shall mount up like the lifting up of
S "Through the wrath of the Lord tof
hosts is the land darkened, and the
people shall be uas the fuel of the fire:
h o man shall spare his brother."
Isaiah x:1i, 18, 19: "Therefore shall
the Lord, the Lord of hosts, sead
e among his fat ones leanneas;'ad a.
hder his glory he shall khldle a burn,
Inc like the burning of a fire.
"And shall consume the lory of hisd
forit, and of his fruitful field, both
Ssao1 and body; and they shall be as
Swhen a standard bearer tfainteth.
"And the rest of the truees of his'fr.
at shall be few, that a child may write
E .p.t Wash and Jewelry ipair.
Ia. All work srsated. Year
W. He Bikett
Social And Per
sonal Items Of
Mr. Ivan Payne of Rayville, was the r
guest of Fred Cook, December 25th.
Mr. J. B. Spikes of New Orleans,
has been the guest of Miss Susie Mae c
Mr. and Mrs. Warren of Oil City,
are guests of their mother, Mrs. Alice v
Smith, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wilson of c
Shreveport, are guests of their par- 1
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woodard.
Dr. Dugan Graves from Bastrop, La.,
is visiting his mother, Mrs. T. P.
Mr. A. B. Shehee was the guest of
his daughter, Mrs. George Smith of
Bossier City, Christmas.
Mr. nad Mrs. W. J. Trott have been
guests in the home of their daughter,
Mrs. C. J. Frye.
Mrs. O. G. Thomas is spending
Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. L.
H. Hood of Murray, Ky.
Miss Vera Tipton who is taking a
business course in Shreveport is at
home for the holidays.
Mrs. Albert Givens of Winsboro, is
the guest of her'parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. R. Wimberly.
Will Davis of Minden, visited
friends and relatives here Sunday and
P. P. Cook of Shreveport was the
guest of his mother, Mrs. N. B. Cook,
of Grand Bayou, Sunday.
Miss Una Darden is spending Christ
was with friends in Arcadia and Rus
a Mr. and Mrs. Walter McDowell have
welcomed into their home, a young son,
I born Dec. 23.
d Mr. Alton Thomas of Heflin, spent
several days with his sister, Mrs. H. E.
Misses Irma and Fort Shehee spent
" Christmas Day with little Miss Emilee
Mr. and Mrs. Levoe Burkhalter have
I as their guests during the holdays, Mr.
' and Mrs. S. A. Caldwell and son,
| Stephen, from Bastrop.
Mr. Oley Tucker and family who
i have been residing in Shreveport have
I moved back to Ringgold, and after
We can clotho o, shoe yso, mupply those hodreds of articles
which you require in your daily scheme of istace.
Not an article appropriate to a general store which cannot be
purchased from s.
Everything in quality, price and service any reptable hose can
PAGE, GRAVES & COMPANY
Our Stock of Quality Groceries is as
Close to You as Your Phone
Just call Phone 98
Where Quality, Service
& Low Prices bring you satisfaction
WOODARD & COMPANY, Inc.
We wish you and yours
A Happy and Pros
M. F. COOK & SON
Ringgold, - . Louisiana
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January 1st, will be in the home vacat- '
ed by Will Perry and family. 'I
A beautiful Christmas tree was held
at the Methodist church last Saturday
night. Before the gifts were dis
tributed an apprporiate program was
rendered by the Sunday school.
Those who are at home from places
of teaching are: Miss Mattie Jones
from LeCompte, La.; Misses Daisy Lee
Smith and Iva Shelby from Shreve
port; Miss Elsie Buckner from Ida and
Miss Annie Laurie Cook from Green
"School closed Friday for the holi
days, those going away were Miss
Talbert to Arcadia, and Miss Mamie
Williams to Pelican.
Miss Lillian Durham has as her
guest during the holidays, Miss lone
Aiden of Pineville, La., who is a class
mate at Louisiana College.
Miss Mae Whitton was hostess at
a party given for members of the
Senor B. Y. P. U. Christmas night.
bunco and stunts weer the games of
the evening. Refreshments of salad,
olives, crackers, ambrosia and cake
were serted by the hostess, assisted by
her sisters, Misses Rosa Lee, Evie, Eva
and Mary Lee McLamore of Hall
Summit. Music was contributed by
Gordon Durham and Miss Edrie Hess.
Those of our town who are home
from school are: Misses Gladys Burk
halter, Jeroline Perry,- Jessie and
Helen Leshe from Normal at Natchi
toches; Loraine Allums and Gladys
Lawson from L. P. I. at Ruston; Eva
Buckner from Brenan College, Gains
I ville, Ga.; Myrtis Hill, Manning and
i Lillian Durham from Louisiana Col
lege; Pineville, La.; Robert Jones, L.
S. U.; Jo Thomas from Baylor Uni
versity, Waco, Texaas, and Homer
Rogers from Vanderbilt at. Nashville,
J. F. JOLLEY
DEALER IN FEEDSTUFF OF
ALL KINDS. Phone 108
Free Ddlivery to any
e Pt of T wI
t S. J. BURKHALTER
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
r BRING YOUR WATCII
, and Jewery ,tehlr
T. w. ELL
W0 tl Jeeler ~wder
SAU Work uanne i First Class
Tenn., and Willie Gladson from
Tulane at New Orleans.
The last of the Hapsbulrg rulers has
died in exile and poverty, having been,
according to recent reports, perhaps
too highly colored, for some time past
a charity guest of a generous Made
lian Innkeeper. Fate has pursued the
Hapsburgs relentlessly, says the New
York Tribune. Maximilian, emperol
of a day, was stood up against a wall
at Queretaro and shot by the Mex
clans. The beautiful Empress Eliza.
beth was assassinated. Her son Ru
dolph, the heir apparent, perished In a
sordid suicide pact. Ferdinand, the
next heir apparent, was murdered
with his wife at Sarajevo, a crime in
terwoven with the begininigs of the
World war. Francis Joseph died peace
fully, but left behind him the memory
of having guided Austria-Hungary to
her ruin. Now Charles, the last of the
emperor-kings, dies destitute anc
under detention, after the inglorlous
failure of lis twe filibustering expedb
lions into ilunign'ry.
Patronize your home town mer
We hope that your
Christmas has been a
joyous one, and that
the New Year will
bring you happines
health and prosperity.
We solicit a continua.
r tion of your valued pat.
ronage and goodwill.
GILLON & COILEY
JUST RING OUR PHONE
AND IT WILL BE DE
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Jenkins & Tipton
A ride in a Lincoln is one contmuous
trip of comfort and enjoyment. Changes
in road conditions brig scarcely any The Phaeton
p lc difference in the smoothness
with which your car travels.
Rar ' sh acol at both ends; final
drivh a torque tube; combined
withupor conrol of the motor F.O.B. DETROIT
polwr itedf, afford a master sense of
security in any driving emergency. Ten Body Types
THOMAS MOTOR CO., linggold
Writing done with a mixed solution
of chloride of cobalt and chloride of
nickel gives a bright green on heat.
ing, the shade varying according to
the relative proportions of the two
sairM. used. The wrting fades away
One on the Jury.
"Gen'tlemen of the jury," salh the
prosecuting attorney, "this prisoner is
an unmitigated scoundrel; he acknowl
edges it. And yet, thanks to the wis
dom of the common law, he has been
given a fair trial by a jury of his
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When you want
The Most Fragrant
or if anything in the line of
Pure Drugs, Chemicals or Drug
Sundries come to
The Ringgold Drgf eo.
RINGGOLD, - IA.
ENABLES US TO MAKE LOWER
Making LOW PRICES
KEEPS THEM COMING TO OUR STORE. BETTER JOIN ,
THE "BIG CROWD" WHEN YOU WANT-
GOOD GROCERIES, GOOD DRY GOODS, GOOD
SHOES, HATS, and eveything else you have to
C. J. Frye ý
LUMBER FOR A HOME
IF YOU HAVEN'T ALL THE MONEY JUST NOW FOR'
THE NEW HOME YOU EXPECT TO BUILD SOM1
DAY-DON'T STAND BACK ON THAT AC
SEE US ABOUT SPECIAL TERMS.
WE CAN SUPPLY ALL YOUR LUMBER REPUIRIAO
MENTS, AND CAN OFFER A PROPOSITION THAT
WILL INTEREST HOME BUILDERS.
MILL CREEK LUMBER CO.
C. E. Tenm Mainsme r R3M. IA
Preaching every 1st and 3rd S
at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. U
Rev. A. 1,. Hlarper, pastor.
Sunday sclhool every Sunday at'
Junior I,ý aw , 4:30 p. m,
Senior ,.'u , ,6:30 p. mn
Preaching every 2nd and 4th
day at 11:00 a. m. and 730 p.
Rev. J. D. Durham, pastor,
Sunday school every Sunda
10:00 a. nl.
Junior l. Y '. U. at 5:30 p,
Senior B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p.
Capital and Surplus
IN CHOOSING A BANi
WITH WHICH TO DO
BUSINESS, ONE INVAl.
IABLY LOOKS AT THI
OF THE INSTITUTION,
WE HAVE WEATHERSiE
STORMS, AND HAYVI
THN EVER BEFORE
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