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p·whi~r TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 20th, 1920. NE SERIES VOLUME , NUMBR 19.
-.-. -Irkrter . and Barnett's daughter.-- -- . Van Allen, tvnoued. i- t his CTAT R&I'I
iLAS INTO ma
Infestation in Bat
of the Pink at
Bl, aton Rouge, sh
qurantine on the
seed and cotton- and
Texas into Lou- Ione
Sf preventing the chil
'ef the pink boll ad
Selsred by W. E.
m at entomologist, tak
It Harry W. WU
'ir Agriculture. at
ai dstions are as meI
t further in- twc
in the State he
dangerous and de- wh<
rpt of the cotton pr
hie pink boll worm sep
7eby placed on all
the State of one
the shipment of his
attoa seed products ha'
pb,Mhi~t ed. she
f and cotton seed wid
wped ifrom Texas the
the shipper ter
eniimelogist of the C13
a special permit his
which will sel
the shiner has wh
affidavit as inc
of the eottoaeod
on that the wh
aI nm oou to be
se gut sehipmnt. sat
suwful for any f
tion in Louisi- li
Texas any cot-1 s'a
products with- thi
a prlt from the! ch
ir each separate BE
~rl w0on be 94
bntenhe ist has
the same sad I t
Alm gaod me 1r .
s looking fr n
his reluctance to .
beumnes ikvolved Fi
e of the lamber ea
t felBow a good
that, wbile they -Tw
for the man, "t.
him further or -
ted French- hi
the Lambe: camp, r,
lage desire for A.
an AUll. Yearsi o
had gone to gT
is payment for P1
a with some Al
i work, the two b:
e, which had
receiving an Oan- t
his face by a ni
emsts some hot It
one of the men, t
siim when Billjg
Bill protects t)
aey rateful to d
qhsg his slave. r
;e map that Van
tOgether with p
diet Van Aflen's ft
e and Lot
onezhalf block from Cedar
four blocks north from De
; owned by Winterrowd.
J. L COLLINS, Tallulah.
partner, and Barnett's daughter, ji
Edith. are on thelr v:ay to th2e mil.
But Van Alien is obliged to stop
on route on important business and
the rest of them come on without
him. They stop at a hotel a few:
miles away from the camp, and Clyde
goes forward to the mill alone to'
make things ready for them. At the
mi:l his arroganrt manners make him
heartily disliked by all the men and
Bateese, knowing him to be Van
Allen's son, prepares him a meal'
flavored with kerosene and soap
Clyde-visits the Diana Dance Hall
and stays there several days with
one of the girls, Jule, a pretty little
child who starves for civization and
a decent life. When he leaves he
'ells her he'll come back for her and
take her away from the camp.
The rest of the party now arrives
at the lumber camp. Edith and Bill.
meet and are at once drawn to each
other. One day Clyde surprises the
two of them together. As Bill leaves
he hea.'s Clyde refer to him as a man
who doesn't know his parents. Bill
springs furiously at Clyde, but Edith
Shortly after this Bill runs acres
one of the lumber jacks mistreating
his wife, who is'beging the man to
have a d; tor ccme to see her, for
she is dangerously Ill.' .iul sends the
wife home and then starts to give
the man a just punishment. He is in
terrupted by the arrival of Edith an(
Clyde, who voice their protest against
his fighting a man -nwa!ler than himr
self. When Bill refuses to explain
what it is all about, they are doublt
incensed at him.
That night Clyde and the rnen
whom Bill had whipped a few heur
before, meet and arrange for th
story to be spread that Bill is thl
fhther of the hi!d of a woman who
lives in one of the huts on the out
s'dirts of the lumber camp. Of cours:
this talk frally reaches Edith's ears
0he becomes totally disgusted wit'
Bill and allows herself to become e::
gaged to Clyde.
A big hunting party is arranged
i;They get mi'es away from the coW
Clyde in ont direction and EdPh i'
another str-t out alone, to hunt r
-noose. A blizrard suddenly deeaud,
,^ni them. Clyde returns to the
ele;h. 's find that Edith is rot baee
vet. The snow is ec.r.bln down at
f! fe"fic rste. bahu rlyde "e's out to 1
r 'nd the missing girl. He rearph.4
" ""..r-where. but ean't l'u.te h'
I FiraPv i* it decided to return to the
:r aor without her.
I As *"h- n'wroach the carmp the-'
S-n".et Bll,. lone *.r't~ rut after
t hem. We mi.ses Edith and inquires
r hen"t hr. The. tell S.i-' *he to~, ~
,-- di-ep'.arance. He has them tell
him lust where the" saw her l'et
hd be *s'rts out to !eot ftr b)
r After hears of se*reh h. finally
ilsates he-. slmot deed from e.
a o.wrre, and tak-t her to a des'ede
r rabin nearby. He starts a roarirs
e dre here. and .eeon brings the girl,
o bar'- to crascioumness.
d Thn+ ,niht Bill slree" in the lean
to ,l.ai-'ing the *"'. the oenv r-- ~
a of which is ocenled hb Edith. She
recalling the saor" of the baby. hrs
t the d-or between her roon and 'he
, lean-to. Daring the nirht the big
1 tie in *he stove srmehow sets fir" to
_ the hut and it i' only by breaking
Sdown the door between the .two
jrnri" that Bill is ab'e to save the
at girl from smothering. He then quietly
h' ta nout the flames. FdiLh-q atel
s for his saving he,. and ashamed of
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i~- i- - • , - -
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se having loot confidence in him, lets tl
Bill glimpse her real feelinigs. He R
Iours out his love for her. Ain1l
er the recalls the rua.ors about him and: di
1s she tells him he has no right to speS t
"' to e'y decent woman of love. Bill, .;
il thinkirng she refers to his ignorance , h
't f h;s parents, acquieses. h
Back safely at the mills, Barnett b
Y begs his daughter to marry Clyde r
~ at. onee. She finally agrees. A par-, i
' son is sent for. IA
SBateese falls ill and Bill is nursing i k
*i him. In a feverish moment the' t
SFrench-Canadian mistakes Bill for old h
- Van Allen and tries to kill him.
I] Bill sucfeeda in quieting down the a
hfellow, and then learns Bateese's a
~ story. Bill in tarn tells him that he:
Sis Van Allen's son, but that he hates t'
the man, too. for he never married u
to his mother. Then Bateese produces'
to his mother. Then B5atese produces' dith, cut for a short walk, meets hi motne, in toe sove.
Next Week's Issue
Open to the White School Children of Madison
Contest will lasi only one week, so
be ready t start early
watch Tils Space!
s the faded marriage certigcate of tl
e, Rufus Van Al:en and Bill's mother. n
La.eese relates how. when very h
drank, he was hired by Van Allen a
to $~tal this and to identify a body
, .hn river as that of Van Allen, i
:* who had left his wife a note that they I a
Shad not been legally married. It was
.t because of Bateese's refusal to Emr- g
e render this certificate unless paid a,
r-,large nmourt of money, that Van t
Allen had slashed his face with a,
giknife and then had him committed "
S'to an asylum from which the fellow i
d had later escaped. t
. Bill, once more before the marri
e age, manages to see Edith, pnd he t
's asks her if she is marrying Clyde;u
e: because she loves him. She replier I
s I that she is. Then Bil-:s mind is made .
ad u d I
s ,dith, cut for a short walk, meet I
the woman whom rumor says is the
mother of Bill's child, and turns from
her in disgust. A party from the
mountains approaches through the
snow, bearing the stiff body of a
man. It turns out to be that of one
of the men of the sleighing party,
who had wandered away from the
sleigh and had frozen to death. The
woman tells Edith that this fellow is
the father of her child, and that but
for Bill's kindness and help she and
her baby would have been dead long
ago. Now Edith begins to realize
At the mill Bill leaves all his money
to the recuperating Bateese, with in
structions for the fellow to follow
him later on, and sets out for the
wilds. Before going, he outs the
wedding certificate of Van Allen and
hip mother in the stove.
-R Van Aien, u:;:nnUuned. v' ei ft Ln
way to the miil and, growing suts
pFicious of the. drunken dlivei, gets
,rut of the alei.th and st -rts on a short
cut across the woods. Exhausted "r-ti
- r e, he is lying in the snow when
S;i!! runs across him. Bill takes him LI
cn his back and starts back for t.e'
Bateese has found the money and
the note and is ab'e to rescue the E,
half destroney wedding certificate
f'om the stoue. With this in hisk
Edith and Clyde a:'e receiving the
c,ngk-ratul.tions of the guests overt
their just completel v-iin:. lie !th
til!s his story to the :-azedl group. fc
Oid Van Allen and Bill cnoe in just
in time to realiTe ;h:at iCgoing on. ai
Baite. e attempts to kiil Van Allea l;
. lut is prevented by Bill. Clyde at
cve rcrnie by what he has just lhcar'anei.
leans back anainst the window. On l!
the out3ide. Ju!e. th: iidilusioncd' w
dance hall t'irl, has waited until the b,
cerrreorny is at ,ra end. and now puts
he. revolver up to the window pn,'o a]
an:. fires. Clyde is roIrta!ly wounded., s
The girl then shoots herself. tl
Bill and Batecee pr'a:n-o to lerve.
when word is brouzht to, the:, ti
Van Allen wn:ts to .ee th m. To "
Bateese the old man g'ves a ,.;,ct
for ten thousa::,i o!'T. To li': ;'e f
hands a will, which he r~e~l' to le e
w'.ll legalize a~ sooup as 't il1;h;. Dil! 1I
rejects the wi'l. '~et':--i 1 !..' ',o
money he receiv3 :n.u.t :' c.:- "
not tarnished with a wo,:,a: ' :seaa
or a man's loss of faith in mu.n.
Outside. Edith i" waitir 'e +' 'l. 1'
tHer sincere reFrret and the, '".: in:
her eye are too much for Bi'1'. d.i- i
sion to go. Batee-e r.oirg's hii - l:.'
the inevitable and. turns his head as
Bill yields to Edith's arms.
"The Clouded Nante will be ,hown i
at the L'-ric Theatre in Tallulah on r
next Wednesday, March 2 Ith. I
MACK SENNETT'S BEAUTIES
Mr. Mack Sennett's famous bathing t
beauties are coming to Talluah in the g
very near iuture, and coming in per
son according to announcement by
Manager Gilpin of the Lyric Theratre. 1
He has arranged with Liaiek-Jacoby
1Ente-prises, under whose banner the
young women are touring the U:aited
IStates, for one day's engagement in
conjunction with the showi,.t of
"Yankee Doodle in Berlin." Mack
-ennett la Itest and faunnieit. five
According to advices received by
tMr. Gilpin the combined attraction
from has treated a sensation wherver it
the has appeared and has been hailed by
s the reviewers everywhere as the greatest
of a novelty motion pictures has produceed.,
f one It was sufficiently popular in New
party, York to remain for eight weeks at
a the the Broadway Theatre and in Chicago
The to crowd the Ziegfeld Theatre for five
low is weeks and in each case was forced
t but out by previoos bookings.
e and The personal appearance of the
long bathing beauties, whose faces and
elize figures are known to millions of movie
patrons through their frequent ap
nobey pearance in Bennett Comedies, is ac
ith in complished with taste and simplicity
follow despite the fact they appear in some
)r the of the most startling beach apparel
I the ever made for stage or studio use.
to and An attractive setting and many un
usual sad beautiful lightis -effects
have been worked out for them.
The film, "Yankee Doodle in Ber
. lin," is a travesty on the war pictures
with which the public ha. been sur
feited and provides a hilarious
Sseventy minutes as a prelude to the
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eighty per cent of these are Ford Touring Car.
There are many reasons for this,joc the least dof
whih isthesimplicity in the desin of de car, .
so easy to understqd; likewise it is easy to
operate; sand mighty ineaxpei mpa red to
other motor car. On the farm, a~ e city, for
business and for family pleasure, it is the car of
the people, and the demand is increasing every
day. Let us have your order promptly if you
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" --INCO uORAT-o
&atlMcl Sai *l Sca
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NEW SERIES, VOLUME 5, NUMB K 19.
him LIST OF "DON'TS" FOR THE
St.e POULTRY GROWER TO
e the Endcrsed by Miss Whitaker, Who re
ficate quests their Publi
n hil cation
g the Oon't allow hens to eat decayed
over flesh of any kind unless you want
lie themn to get the limberneck. Many
zrcup. fowls die from this trouble.
n j-st Don't allow tilth and dampness in
ig en. and aound your poultry roosting
Allen house; these will cause roup aud its
Clyde attending ills.
r; le,. Don't let the mites and lice get the
lOn up,)erhanll about your place. They
sioncd will cause untold trouble and loss of
il the both young and old stock.
v putsi Don't be afraid to give your fowls
pva,. an abundar.se of green stuff at all
ended. season-. It is their salvation, whether
they are old or young.
lerve. Don't be afraid to invest a few dol
, ,j., 'ars in good stock any more than you
n. To would in improved seeds and grain.
Don't keep any males with the
i' ;e fem.,le.; unless you are hatching the
e-" h, e:tgs. Infertile eggs will keep much
r i!llonger than fertile ones.
.. i Don't put all sizes, shapes and colt
t -'rs of eggs in one lot for market;
''.armi to grade them so they will look
I ~' much like one hen laid them. as
. '". hos-ible.
i:: Don't allow a dirty stale egg to go
i into Sour market basket no matter
-i t, hcow high eggs are now or how muck
Cd as :ou need the money.
Don't be afraid to work with gse
s;hown poultry the year round. It is the only
blab on road to success. No matter what other
duties are, the poultry should not be
1lES Don't expect every egg to latch
when you buy from a breeder. Your
bathing own eggs will not do that well as a
in the rule.
in per- . Don't raise mongrel and Srab
eat by fowls. Possibly there is nmoor in
1heatre. growing this kind of stuff, but ther
-Jacoby is a great deal more moaey to be
ner the made in growing standardbred fwls.
Utrited Don't attempt to raise more than
wz't in one kind of good stasdardbcd e b.
ri,' of' ens if you expect to rep the tset
Mack benefit from them. tLear.t
it five i ae.-..L. Williams, poultry qiu
ived by State University.
r pver it pageant in which the bathing bmlm s
ailed by are seen.
greatest This is the same company aad psa
;odeued. duction that recently played to the
in New largest attendance ever recorded in
reeks at the City of New Orleans, d g as
Chicago eleven day engagement.
forced LIVE STOCK SANITATION
of the The proper fitting of a elar feo
ces and draft purposes is one of the ~st ino
of movie portant points to be observed in the
er.t ap- ea& a, end when earefully a4lm
s. is ac-. s the saving of a great deal et i
mplicity tress sad injury to the animal, sad,
in some in eoasequence, a saving in the per
apparel formanee of its work. A collur to M
idio use. well, and allow the moeet permferlte •
any on. dom to the animal, shotuld ave ma
- --w_ .even bearing on. the shon ; deep
them. enough below to avoid premae -
in Ber- the windpipe and the hleednsts ef'
tores the sock; witheou paLee g them ddip
enI sur- to side; and the samu abeMid m 4sui
hilarious attached too near the poftalf
ie to the bolder.--D. W. H. Dalrym l.
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