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From the Tulsa (Ola.) World.
John R. Shillady, of New York, sec- tended
retary. of the Natoinal Association for
the Advancement of Colored l'eople, Mr.
rwas set upon by some of the best cti- an ex
sons of Ausitin, Texas, and forced to as.
leave the state by the first train. Thei Liti
case has "called the publicists of the week
country to arms, and many are the Mrati
papers presented which take the Aus
tin Incident for a text. Mr
Of courmt Mr. Shillady should not visito
lys We set upon in the streets of other
kut L, Byond all question he should Mr
olW have been set upon by a wearer re
of the judicial ermine. And he should fathe
not have been driven from Austin.
We iay these things should not have Re
happened-for Mr. Shillady should Strot
never have been in Austin on the mis- S. S
sion that made him not only persona last
non grata, but actually menAced the
social tranquility of the community.
The association Mr. 8hlllady repro- o
rentsl t well enough in its way. Itb weel
avowed purpose is most commendable aunt
nud it deserves, and receives liberal
public support. But like various other
i dealistc associations, it falls to antic.
Spate the zeal of its converts and fol. and
rte, lowers. 'Thre is nothing in the title cain
: or creed of. the National Association
for the Advancement of the Colored
People that suggests social equality Stal
for the blacks. It is quite likely that g
the directors of the associations would a
S bitterly deny such an intent. C
But that is precisely what the ambi. e
i leaders of the colored people ede
S;tb* south understand when they ,
. contact with the altruistic to
:.: i Les of dthe association. And that wit
i, what the apostles of the association He
yb, niferentially at least, on theli Pa:
to the south. hol
;. k d !^n'stldI a of Austin are also
.bl dwith advancing the cause of t
Scolted people,. They want them
hi, ed toldustrially and raised fro 15
h of utr inorance. They
: tto beconie seif.ustainig, an
t tbale citizens, contributing their wi
ýT@ h 1oea 1 structure and re
t hbe jlst need therefrom. But
ao not *ant the doctrinaire from
-instlllng the desire for rac
,. , l fwhbieh, ninetynine times
` bu4tn4a, is construed as
Sd rea in the treatment of
in the north and the negrc
s¢-` '. _bis the difteretOe between
y isa c. t CO .ýThe south knows
wIbt and solve the negro prob.
saou!hn people have to llve
b litsM and, without doing
sii ahi ble Injustice, they do
i-atl&IuIU tbe domlaince of theh
Sia sIegaIacnt, too, or should
tla daitlc tbheorists,: that
i~,ft and moist egapbl
Mnd; les a t of tht
oflly the .outhetn wyr,
Si bevry way the teachings
danoeeant of solored Peo..
ti: trtI~ apportwttles
ha h reatlci way. IytWhat
Sok through, not around,
fi: white cittiaie of the
,-t thei r try thefrt
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LIA AND PERWONAW
FROM LIBERTY NU
Mr. Fred Cummings of Bienville, at.
tended church here Sunday evening.
Mr. M, H. Whitley has returned from
. an extended visit to relatives in Tex.
Little Mis Sybil Smith was the
e week-end guest of little Miss Gladye
Mr. W. C. Harrison was a business
Ot visitor to Washington. Baltimore and IV(
of other points, last week.
ý Mr; Frank Roden of Winnsboro, wai Boo)
Id a recent visitor in the home of hey
father, Mr. L. U. ioden.
ye Rer. H. V. Hamilton and Prof. W
Id Strother conducted a B. T. P. U. and
Is- S. 8. institute at the Baptist church or
Da last week. alor
h Mesrs. Hubert and Bryant Martin 8'oS
re of Hall Summit, were visitors last
t week in the home of their uncle an(' fo
ble aunt, Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Martin, of I
ral of I
666 has proven it will cure Malaria, a
tic. Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds s,
ol. and LaGrippe. It kills the gerips that '
tle cause the fever. Fine tonle. 10-2. po
ion SHERIFF'S SALE ve
lity State of Louisiana, Parish of Bienville, tot
Sat Samuel L. Wiggins Vs. E. F. Shutes
uld No. 5038, Third Judicial Distric
bi Under and by virtue of a writ ob
nple execution issued out of the above nam
ed Honorable Court, and to me direct
they ed, I have seized and will offer for sale
Istic to the last and highest bidder for cash
that with the benefit of appraisement, a
the principal front door of the Oouri
House in the town of Acadia, Bienvllkl
hell Parish, Louisiana, within legal sale
also Saturay, Sept. 27th, 191
iof the following described property, to
them N W. 1-4 of S. E. 1-4, See. 5, Tp.
romr 15, R. 8 W.
they Seized as the property of the defend
ning. ant and will be sold to satisfy sail
their writ of execution and all cost.
I re. This the 18th day of August, 1919.
But J. E. CURRIE, Sheriff.
t or WAS TALCUM
`r ob . [erefore Insist Upon Ge
o l ive jine "'Bayer TablA
oy do Pf Aspirin " 11.
lets were sold hould a Brooklyn manu
Ifacturer which later proved to be corn
thBayer Tablets of Aspirin" the true,
eownlaih Tablets aere sold m a Brokedn manwth the
·. acturer whic"b later pro."ved to e com
Sthe tir Ask for and then insist upon ''B1t
t of Tablets of Aspirin" and always bra
them in the original flayer package
a4 C01 whlich contains proper directions and
Aspirn the trade markeo Bkaer
Wood Maufacters of Monoaceticalddte of
ICE . , sal qcalctl.
PLAI TO RAISE $75,000,000 FOR t
I. GENERAL PURPOSES WITH
e IN NEXT FIVE YEARS.
d WOL SOUTH TO O0-OPERATE tip
a' Eaoh State Is Given Definite Task To w
Perform In Raising Huge Sum
For Denomination's New te t,
Budget-Drive is On. H
cb Recognising the need of the world
fmomore religion and christian service a
along general lines, the Baptistl of the
in South hive resolved to contribute $15.
iat 000,000 to a program of reconstruction
,. following the war, and have laid plans k
to subscrlbe this sum during the week
of November 30.December 1, a period
of five years to be given is which to
I complete the payment of these sub.
W The decision to Inaugurate this
. world program was reached at the
meeting of the Southern Baptist Con.
vention in Atlanta last May, when the
more than 4,000- delegates preseqt
Ile, voted unanimpouly to undertake the
res L B. c of W rt
Tm en tor of
Dr. L. R. 8earborogih of Fort Worth,
Tex, General Director of Campaign.
tar. The- ampaign has now been or, Mr
ganised with the genetal headquarters Mtis
in Nashville, Tenn., where Dr. I R. home
Searborough, president of the South- well
western Baptist Theological Seminary
at Fort Worth, is In charge as Seneral l
director for the South. 'He Is assisted Prot,
by a number of men in charge of pe in
elat divisions of the work, while each
of the ellhteen states !. the territory
of the Southern Baptist Consention hI
has i. turn perfected a state organisa Prot
tion, including a State Directtori,
State Orgalnh and State: -Pbll t hity m
Director. Each uasacatlon, or dis Stall
trict, within each of the states huas fo
likewise gotten busy by namin 1t at
sociational, or. district directors, aad
the work of organlsation has been car Bap
le d into the local churcher to the ex. Mc(
l tent that practically all of the more by I
than 86,0001'ocal Baptist oonre tloM are
a'n the South hae their workers ap
a mued to hb p put over the .bigget
b church drive that has ever been at.
tempted In this section of the country the
,has ae 8,000,000 whitoBaptists hold.
lia church membership In the BSoith, to
~ d;it is hoped to reah er4y , to
i woman and child among them with l
Id the nessage of this campaignp d her
er e*VI h t h world to the
of ita nt V thibli eto this.t Olcol. a
. ser radtoL ,. lan I
!k'bsrl t aalso t t lt em# 1,4 ,os' .a
at. to s e s tb esliuW at 1 n te
.i -.oif . ... "ib$
olt btot a P e pah toit 4. ca
ao `;anC` i obi sti n thoe *lapit
el u tthe bigtrMr forthe nab.
lt oa nd caul payment., J1
*ts r..,araIl onth..
s. ,'t ..a . . " p. , .o 'rit 1
.a whiich t.
4 J RRTINOG E pa r
Mesdames Rankin and Webb spent shall
uesdal in Shreveport.n th
Mrs. T. C. Madden spent last weel meter
with relktives at Salles. cor tl
Mr, end Mrs. Foster Taylor have re- etc
turned from Alexandria. Plant
Miss Dorothy Van Clove has return- of ied
Sed from a visit to Kansas City. • any
Ernest Crowson has accepted a posi- throe
tion as bookkeeper for Houck Co. Dolls
Dr. and Mrs. E. M. LaFitte spent the
'o week-end with relatives in Shreveport. etc.,
Mrs. Joe Washburn, of Monroe, is the
the guest of her sister, I~rs. J. H. pay
1d Miss Minnie Simmons has returnedt
c' form a long visit to her sister in El paid
)n Miss Irma Broadwvell has returned ordi
Is from Colorado where she spent the the
to Mrs. d. P. Nelson and daughter, Mrs
SW. S. Row, visited relatives in Hom
er last week.
he Mrs.' Mamie Rhodes of Dallas, Tex Mil
in as, is the guest of her parents, Mr. an a
Mrs. James Rhodes.
the Mr. and Mrs. lobnnle Harrison an' I
" children left Sunday for a visit to their issi
parents near Winnsboro. abl
J. L. and Frank Powell, of Birming- bid
ham Ala.,. are visiting in the home of la
their uncle, Rev. McCain.
MrA. Pearnpan and children of
Haynesrille, spent Sunday with their
cousin, Miss Glen Taylor.
Mrs. Robert Butler and little son
of Arcadia, are guest of her pareuti
Mr. and Mrs. T. If. Brown.
Dr. and Mrs. Stallard of New Mex
ico, are visiting their daughter, Mist
Bessale, and other relatives here.
Mrs. (lint Stall was called to Tay
lor this week by the very serious iW.
ness of her brother, George Prothro.
Glen Fleming, Jr., left Sunday tfo
DthDallas, Texas, to spend the winter
mign, with his uncle and attend school there
a or- Mrs. Carl Brown of Hayneeville, an(
rter t Miss Olma Allures are guests in the
R. home of Mr. and drs. W. J. Broadl
naral School opens here Monday moralng.
4 Prof. Phillips has extended a cordia'
90 invitation to everybody to attend the
!' opening exercises.
tion Mr. W. . Hendertson and Miss Mary
S Prothro were quietly married at the
S home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Clint
S4Stall, lgf 4Vednaday. Best wishe:
hau ort they future flppines.
. S Revirval service will begin at the
C a. Baptist church Sunday morning. Rev
he ex- McCain will be assisted in the meeting
ore O by 1ev. Bolin of Ruston. Preparation;
ationtsare being S.made and peat results arc
a et Miss Vera Darvs, t Choudrant, wi,
iUsrt; the guest of Miss Bfache Phmllip last
ld. week. 'Miss Bilancie acecomapnlpd her
to her home Satirda, for a short
i visit, and before returuning will vis
nd her grandparents at Bernice.
a a a visit ir~om her: sisters, Mrs. Joik
carter orf Pie. Blo, Ark., and mrs
ew, Balcon aM8 chbl , of so ih
5p.pa, Tjam thtee hltertbpel
ktturday wth relatives in Mindel.
t jata ·,. . :,. -..
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PROVIDING F~ THE I$TATIi A'
TION Q '. MiFI THR UGIHOUT
ºtlIFVr&WN O1 AUCAD1A BY ALL/
OUSTOIIS ,OR: USEIt8 or
1tFo. CUIRRNT PROM -g.
F Ctio ;L ý ,;T t . t e
.LO ti 14fJoe iicy s tb 8Y '.
I 'fit :AUit wefSor weere. ofolek
ivt etet bO the' wB$Ar
'. ia, the 'i L1 : t~tl
Iw- .,ff'. O f "
r· :'Ui, t&
T L ' j'bra f
o bes ..gla t their" " 001
Section 2. Be it further ordained,
etc., That the Municipal Light Plant th'
shall purchase meters and install same W1
in the residences and business houseF
throughout tile said" ,Town; said .
meters to be so installed at the actual
cost price plus One and 50-100 ($1.50) 10
for the Installation of asme.
Section 3. Be it further ordained,
etc., That the said Municipal Light
Plant shall make and collect a charge
of fifteen (1.c) cents per K. W.; pro
vided that the minimum charge for
any month'shall not be less than On(
ý. and 50-100 ($1.50) for each residence b
throughout said Town and Two ($2.00) e
Dollars for each business house or of- b
liee in said town. d
Section 4. Be it further ordained, a
t. etc., 'That the failure of any customer t
or user of electric current throughout I
s the 'rown of Aroadia, Louisiana, to
[. pay his electric light bill, or the in.
stallation of meter on or by the 5th of .
the month following the installatior
ti thereof, shall be refused current from
El said plant, until all amounts due are
Section 5. Be it further ordained
etc., That all ordinances or parts of
4 ordinances in conflict herewith be any
tc the same are hereby repealed.
BERTRAM F. BARiNETTE,
LEO 'DANIEL, Mayor
m- COMMISSION SALE
x Mike Hobdy et als Vs. George Sims, et
n i als: No. 5075 Civil Docket, Third
Judicial District Court, klenvilld
inc' Under and by virtu f a commission
Heir issued out of the above named honor
able Court and to me directed, I will
offer for sale to the last and highest
ng bidder for cash in accordance with
of law, at the principal front door of the
r f .
The Ford Model T One ron ruck iwia reali ycc ri y to wide
retail grocer, not only for the conomic esoinltion of the delivery roblem, but
the bringing of goods from the docks or stations to his place of business,
traversing the country ad bringing in produce. For years the Ford On_
Truck with its splendid manganese bronze worm.drive, powerfl Ford
T Motor, strong Vanadium steel fr , has been serving in every line of
activity, and we have yet, to hear the first complint as to rear axle trou
montr trouble. It has the lowest purhae price on the maket, and
a fo operating nd maintaining is czceedingly small. In act, the Ford
Truck has become a businessecessity. Leave your order itus wi
We will give you prompt attention and se you reasonably prompt
7 andgive you an after servicethat will iru e your co tinvs OperartiOq
0 Minden, Louisiana .
d You never tasted such
.or d coolne. The more Camels you smo
Ottf`L ' ,.. ' . ..,- , - '±.
S s our delihtCamel are such a
r". . .velation 2 .
oolls Canels arq in a dais by themselves-t i'they
taste! You are always kee'tl"
Camels so attractive. Smokers
.seythattb.valueis int dhe d
,nd do notu npect premt umls0'
retto in the world at any pi
Case , ae o every,/here.in sciend
..ou mes you~ of re o gae.tes or r't
agess by ctes) in a glsieu*mF
orn ssesd ant We atrongly recom.
thie utd a te a br the home or de
e y wes, foeth n. ti.
S -.. .; ·; . e1e t Smoken
::4 t· ,
fourthouse at Arcadis , Bienvile parish,
ta., within legal sale.hours on
" SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 1919
the followi'g described property to I
NE 1-4 of NE 1.4, Sec. 8, Tp. 16, N
1 R. 8 W.
SThe above described property to be
sold for the purpose of affecting a par
This the 7th day of July, 1919.
t J, B. CURRIE, Sheriff.
It Is not everyoe who reganr tl:e
bells to~ doa wt.it ffection. Keats
expressed his dislike of the Sabbath
i" bells in a sonnet, tad there Is a story
of a man who ws with difficulty dis*
', suaded from beemilni a Moltmsedn6a
r In order to escape into I0 M~Ht ei vch
is oppotd to toe " ol.. _
Caddo 'Arms & Cycle Co.
Everything in SPORTING COO
GUlNS and BYCYCLE REPAIRING ,
LOrK, SAFE and KEY WORK
Old Phnon 393' SHREVEPORT, LA. New
610 Milan St
666 quickly re
Biliousness, Loss of
schas, due to Torpid Lig,
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