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- RE, Publis - TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA SATURDAY, JUNE 12th, 1b20. NEW SERIES, VOLUME 8, NUMBER 30.
Confidence is that vital element in Government, in Society and in Business which guar
permancy. Our great Nation was foundeda and is being perpetuated upon the Confidence
ish people and their faith and their loyalty to those who are in authority. Shake this ocnii
of the people aar their faith and their loyalty and a general collapse will be the inevitable
anarchy will flourish, credits diminish and chaos will reign.
Many of the countries of Europe just now, and especially Russia, have demonstrated
_s truthfulness of this statement.
The success of any business organization is measured by the confidence the people have
Sthose who are guidisg the destiny of the concern.
The great tanking institutions, the colossal manufacturing plants, the big mercantile
Sihlishments, the fire and life insurance companies of National prominence, with their millions
ghed,'are all depending upon the CONFIDENCE of the people for continued growth, ex
What is true of these mammouth concerns, which-have grown from a modest beginning
tie prestige and importance they now enjoy is equally true of the smaller stores and shops
business in a smaller way, yet all depending upon the essential asset-CONFIDENCE.
Before confidence can be established between buyer and seller there must be a person
taush, a mutual interest, brought about by a oc-operative spirit. This happy conlition can
smintain where the "buy-at-home" policy is adhered to.
The Home Merchants strive to merit the Confidence imposed in them by the buying
The people, by personal association, KNOW the Home Merchants and have CdNFI
in their honesty, integrity and ability to rc.'der GENUINE SERVICE.
Of course, this Association rcalizes tlt there is son'n money traveling North and East
gLht to be camping in the vaults of the local bank and stores in this community. Eevery
tist is set away from home that could do FULL DUTY in purchasing power at home,
the prosperity of the whole South.
When a town is prosperous every man, woman and child catches step with prosperity
y y merchandise, more homes are touched with a new coat of paint, new houses are erected
oers enlarged and modernized, the planters improve their farms and purchase modern ma
Sbetter streets are laid and more good roads built; wages are better and everybody who
to work can get it. By all being able to secure eniployment, farm products are in demand
ahg better prices, and all sare in common wit the wave of prosperity.
But let business depression come and the whole section slumps, and everything and
feels the pinch.
Lsep the wheels of business turnine encourage peranent procperity, trade at home and
QORSELF by HEI4PING the other fellow.
R.eive 4, youear town and your How se ,-4"
Have CONFIDENCE In your good judgment-BUY AT HOME.
Mercantile Co., Ine; W. A. Gilpin; Tallulah Jewelry Co.; Johnson Ice & Cold Storage.;
as Lumber Co.; D. H. Allen; Ziegler, Darrow Co., Ltd.; Tallulah Hardware & Furni
Ltd.; badison Grocery & Grain ,Co., Inc.; Tallulah Supply Company, Inc., Guenard-Ludas
n Inc. CopyrghtCet States Merchants' Asciaties, Memphi. Ten.
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* CIHECKERS "
a race track tout
fnad t height
pr'ts dlifh amang
wwa r hi constant
at greatest admirer.
at the bset where
stgis was Arthur
we the love of Alva
belen, but mow he
bbreak e f with her.
d a gay party at
Is tae her.p hi. purt
hbee heearted and
a sntheam beauty
burg Lumber Co.
PHONE t72 massIssMrII
and Retail Lumber and
1m uwQlmt$ mWETa H ou E AR Y OrEI. TO
R RmDRNC, RAR, CARt On GaRAGE. IT aE TO
TO GET OUR PRICES
is Complete and we can
iM Ake'Prmmpt Sipment
.. CE, UME, CE-.IIT, PLASTE r. L1TH, SUN
IN FACT ANYTHING IN THiE lUlLDIG MA
THERE ARE OTUER REASONS NOR IUING
Mf THE FIRST IS RECASE IT IS QQO.
-tom ora Caroad"
: w L. m T' A AoET S1TREETS.
R-S " Ianhd sauhter of Judge Barlow, owner
of a racing stb Kendall's constant f(
tout state of inebriation was noticed b t
sigbt Sadie Martin, a friend of Part, who bi
idem smeued Part and her father bT b
mong wu. .
stant Pert, anxious to save Kendall from jl
nirer. himself, turned to Checkers for aid. -
where This proved to be the beginning of
rthur a friendship which speedily ripened el
Alva into I*. 94
w he But heckers' propoal of marriage o
her. and Pert's acceptance were cut short
rty at by the arrival of Judge Barlow, who,
par- ordered Checkers off the premise t
d and -after Checkers lad knocked Hc ff
&il down hs sert iefenms. Judge tl
times Barlow hatled Part to her own room t
eauty and locked her in
5ner This greatly complicated matters tl
stant for Pert and Checkers had planned I
Ib to enter Pert's horse Remotes in the sI
who big race at New York. Kendall had
r bT bqt heavily on Silve Dollar, another C
entry-even bQrsowing $20,000 from
From Jdge B oew to increase his invest
g of Measwhih Alva Romaine had tak- 1
een the downward path and had be- >
Ceme a frequent mbior to Sam Wah's
nags opium den. C
short Checkers helped Pert escape by a
who night while Push took Remorse from tl
n* the table. But *they were quickly a
Kea followed by Kendall and his hired tl
adge thuag. Checkers and Pert gained the
com box ear in which were Push and Re- a
morse, by a flying leap from their p
usagto*nbie; but Kendall's henchmen ti
set ean the car by the same metheo a
and uncoupled it from the train. e
Then followed a terrific fight in the a
bob car, which took fire as the lantern a
was everturned, narrowly escaped a t
head-on collisieo with the Limited, e
and then plunged through an open e
S drawbridge tte the river. All in the t
car managed to escape, however.
While the party was tryiag a place a
to hide Remorse in the city, they7
were trailed by Alva at Sam Wah's d
instittion. Remorse then was hidden t
in a secluded shack
Kendall had his thugs kinap Pert. I
She was taken to Sam Wah den.
0 CBeckers hnd Push learned Pert I
O whereabouts from a girl whom Check- i
aers bad rescued from an attack by I
ruffians. Checkers and Push res
cued Pert after finding their wayv
into- Sam Wah's by devious under-i
ground passages and after a terrific I
fight with Kendall. Checkers. Pert
and Push escaped from Sam Wah's
by way of a newer. and rowed out
into East river in a dory-,Frrm which a
, they were pickeJ' up on signal by. a I
pa&-hr ?c~",are. which took them to i
tLh Be.:ont track.
At the ree tra:.k the7 feuRI ha 1
D. Det'' ;oketv hal been blinded by
Ken''alls focky; but Pelt got inte
~n'form and rode Renmo-se to victory.
KerdaP and Smen Wab few ht over
Alva the truggle ending in the death
of both a,d Alva's decbtms to re
SAl ended happily for Checkers
aa Prk, whb sefe.gIw b Jut
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for That Sturdy Smaller Car
°°Cf all Goodyear's notable accomplishments
in tire-making none exceeds in high relative
= value of product the Goodyear Tires made
in the 30x3-, 30x31/-, and 31xinch sizes.
These tires afford to owners of Ford,
Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, and other cars
taking these sizes, the important benefits of
Goodyear materials and methods employed
in the world's largest tire production.
Your nearest Goodyear Service Station'
Dealer offers you in these tires a degree of
performance and satisfaction only possible
as a result of such extraordinary manufac.
Go to this Service Station Dealer for these
tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes
Gole has them.
3)Yo DorbleCre n Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes arce so peweect i.
Fabric, AlWcaher Tread. $2J22 Why. endaper a good casi - with a cheap tuber Goodyear
H D le4r t ist Tubes cost little tmore thad tubes of - -
-T rAlc i res a- los mrt. 3T:31 i fin..p o.
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Ti the Lyric Theatre in Tallulah on next lo
ed Wednesday, June 18th, with an all- dii
he star cast. i m
or COTTON STATES MERCHANTS'
.I ASSA. CONVENTION MI
Memphis, Tens., June 10.-1'Ttl I
h- 1920 convention of the Cotton States mi
o- Merchants Association will be held in of
I's Memphis August 10, 11 and 12. Theb
committees already are buWr working p
by out plans for the entertainment of mi
m the pveral thousand merchants who s
ly are expected in Memphis during the.
ed three day period
ie The Cotton States terchanpl As- a
!- seiation was organized in 1914 to i
nir promote a better spirit of co-opera- ap
an tion and community feeling between
ad merchants of the cotton producing DI
i. states. More than 10,000 bankers, R1
Ie manufacturers, merchants and plant
rn era have affiliated with the organism
a tion and the 1920 meeting-the sev-M
ad, enth annual convention-promises to
an exceed in worth and pleasure any of
he those previously held.
The program willn be replete "ith
ce subjects of personal interest to ever-,
y7 member present. All exnerses inci
h's dent to the convention is borne by t'
an the Memphis heats. t,
Officers of the associatiro are: W.
it. r. Maxwell. Stanton, T-nn, "Pres.
dent; J. N. Brewn, Olive rranch,,as
t' Miss.. Vice-Pre--idest of M'z.tssinri:;
ek- W. B. Pace. .M.arwrh Sprt1v.' Vice- e
by President for Ar:r~ens" Pnd Wi'lirn '
sl- Tucker, Rtpley, Vice-President for '
fic LOUISIANA PfNtFEY
ert ! S OF RICH GRADE.
', Roney produced iT .cui*re'a := of
ich as high a grade as thrt orodnced in
r. a r"y other state in the unimn ani it
to ituald command as hith a prwe. ac- t
cording to E. C. Darvs. seia!ist in I1.
hat bee culture, Extenson Dhiision, .n- I I
by isiana State Univerart'. Eoney pro- I
t c'iners, he says, shakt rot accept the c
rr., statements cf soMr.e hber Y wil w 'uld
ver ave them belleve that anl Louisiana 1
ath c'ey i of inferior quality. Mr.
re- Davis offers his assiseance to bee
:rkeepers in gmdg thr borew and
rs in obtaining the best marit prices
I (ter their bemsw. In order to ob
SWain the ba. p. bae ney suhid sot
ext Ion cans, two cans to the case. The 11
all- difference in the price received will Tall
more than meet the increased cost of Wei
the cans, says Mr. Davis. ed 1
TI, of 1
MINUTES OF RED CROSS MEET. i.la
l1 A meeting of the Executive. Co- mau
'tes mittee of the Madison Parish Chapter i
m I of the A. R. C. was called for the
ine purpose of *ppointinr a disaster com- Mr.
of mittee and, if possible, to procure a the
who sue"'ble -est room. boy
the! It was moved and carried that the ah
!Disaster Committee be composed of the
s- a member from each ward to the pMr- -R
to td. The following members were in
o Ward 4, W. D. Ziegler, chairman.
Ang Dr. H. C. Sevier, W. S. Craig, Miss
. Ruth Lane.
nt- Ward 1, T. J. Herring.
i- Ward 2, Mrs. Geo. S. Yerger, an'
v- Mrs. J. EPrfobst.
* to Ward 3, J. H. Alexander.
r of ' -- V1arl Fv.-i.
Ward 0, Jno. Devine.
Ward 7, H. P. PurnelL
,Wv «' 8, Geo. Montgomery.
ni- In ccse of a disaster in any local
by it- when help rs ee'!ed. pember from
that ward to report to Chairman.
w : QO0 00 wa. set aide for use in an
PTr.er-"re. and more funds to be
nch, available if rece.ary.
,id A cowmitte- of three was psoin*
'ice- el +* investirr.te the rest room vr)p
-n o -ition, and ijiso see if recreation
for rro-ands eols! not be procure!d.
Mrs. CHAS. COLTHAP_., I
1V. L. DAT RRW. Chair-man.
d in f l response to requests, I will give
1i it " earrnirg demonstration in canni-vr
. ac- beans and carrots in Tailu!ah at the
it in school horse Monday, June 21st. at
I.nL- I p. m. I will be grad t" hear fooRte
pro- arv hor1oreepers ;n regar! to s y
t thr~, other demonst,-ations or inferrnation
rauld which any of them may wish in regard
iana to any phase of canning,
Mr. REBECCA WRITAKER,
bee- Co. HIpe Dem. Agent.
rices Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Carroll left
ob Wedesday for Amkansas City where
e aot Mr. Carron wilMmlend a conventlo
..1. 14s t* -
le It was a moat unusal game that
ll Tallulah played Delhi at Delhi last
)f Wednesday, the score of which result
ed in a tie of 4-4. The unusual part
of the game was the fact that Tal
. lulah had only eight men, and thei
had to play asinst ten, the tenth
a- man on the Delhi side being the u
r pire. Talnulah had only eight to lesa
Tallulah with and they had' to put
a Mr. Bratton in for the ninth, and
" Mr. Bratton was not nmch help to
a the team All the same the Tallulah
boys tied the score and that is deig
1e a lot for eight men agaist ten. And
f the feature of the game' was that
r- "Rabbit" for Tallulak pitched twelve
re innings and pitched the last as well
TEE UNIVERSAL CAA
Out of the more than 3,000,000 Ford cars'
now in use, about sixty percent have been sold
to farmers. Probably no other one thing has
brought-to th farm so much of comfort and
prodt as hat the Ford car. It has enlarged
the social life, doubled the facilities for market
ing, brought the town next door to the farm,
Smultipliedfor the farmer thepleasures of living.
A family car without an equal in low cost of
operation and maintenance. We solicit your
order for one now because the demand is large
and continually increasing.
P"lRAi s MOTOR COMPANY. Incarporated
Athorine Sales and Service
TALLL'LAH 1 0U'iN
Sas the first, letting, the Delhi taes -
t down with only fouw hits.
SMr. and Mrs. R. W. M4
Saticipating a visit from
Iaad's mother, Mrs. M. F. ead
a sad her dsaghter, Miss Mi More
- lead in the next few dsys. Mrs - -
SMYrdead is also anticirdn gvit
a tre her .sistr, Miss Eielyn Bra- -
I sa,. rom Indeper.dence, LS. Mf,
pBrBannon is expecte. to artive ia'&
I lblah on next Sunday.
i Mr. iand Mrs. Gecrge Spencer ioiu
I last week end with their daudhtes "
e Mrs. Carneal Goldman, of GeoIaras