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tow» OF OPPOfttUMiTY PATRIOT KICKING HELPS EOT f BUT WORK DOES Voi 25 TIMBER LUMBER GLENMORA. LOUISIANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 6, .*1921 NAVAL STORES No. 7 — ' -—--—-r --------- -— — Local < News i.Mary Briu and Thelma *lsby of the Poland school spent Saturday andS unday with relatives here. A number of the young people attended the dance in Oakdale Friday night.* » The camp fire girls and boy scouts each fuipyed a hike last week. Prof. Avetf, Superintendent of Éducation in Rapides Parish, was here Tuesday. Mrs. C. B. Turner* and J baby Gwendolyn spent several days at the P. P. Joseph home last week. Misses'Maude Hogan and Dim pte*were Sunday visitors at the* C. A. Car ruth home. The local base Lball team de feated.the Oakdale team with a score of 19 to 5 Sunday afternoon FOR SALE— 5 room house and acre of ground with garden and barn. $1200. $600. cash ballance terms. See or write J. G. Greenhaw Ad. G le mn ora or Meridian; La, FOR SALE—One neat dwell ing and three lots in south Glen mora. Price 11800. Rev. N. H. Oliver * Basile, La. FOR 8ALE— One house with two lots fenced with wire fenc ing, good well of water, garden and frnit trees just begining to bear, out houses, one jersey milch cow with heifer calf, $600. 00 cash or ter ms. Lots' 11 and Ï2 to Ferguson Addition» G. D. McÇlowan Glenmora, La. This Space Next Week - \ ter CITY CONFECTIONERY THE PLACE TO ÖE# Your Cold drinks,- Sjuokes, Candy and Stationery Toilet Articles j, Luckett Yawn, Mgr. •#* LOOK! iv "BIG CONTEST" g gfe - Kid Pep vs Champ Dead Hair • Kid Pep is the 'White hope of the league of uneasy hair cultivators. He carries a wallop that makes a twenty ton trip hammer's work look like a game of tag. The odds are one hundred to one that when the gong stands Pep will go into action like a run away train engine in the Alps, and in the first round ' "Champ Dead flair" will go down in the count never to rise-again. Kid Pep signs a contract "no decision no pay" with a two-way split of dough in the till and the publie gets a run for its money. Pep comes all togged out for the ring-side and hesWys uutil the referee counts Pten and then walks aw*y as fresh as a daisy" fter a heavy due, ready for the next amtender Take him on for a round ana be convinced. At The Crystal Barber Shop \ Glenmora Louisiana - '«■r- i -™r <**•£■ k-r.WTrr TTn ai -, i 3 m 'tfreek to visit her mother one TEAMS RETURN The local school basket ball teams and their chaperones, coaches and friends returned Saturday afternoon from Baton Rouge. While our teams'^ did not win any honor, yet they tho roughly enjoyed tho trip and learned something of the way other schools are doing. Messrs C. G. Durham, C. J. Thayer of the faculty, E.M. and W.C. Prin gle and Mesdames Perry and Poe accompanied the teams. M r. E. M. Pringle gave a banquet in honor ofour teams and "Dink" can tell you how to spear au olive Ask Vera, Grace and Lucillebow to get lost and find themselves in somebody's back yard. £jg$Sf Mrs. Perry motored to Bluff day while away cn the trip. Bay wood High School won the boy's basket ball championship of the state at the ralty last week Bay wood was your editor's home once. There he attended his last school when it was Çetbany Academy. The property was later given to the Parish school board for public school purposes Prof. Durham's home town won the girl's basket ball honors Winusboro is thus on tiie map with Bay wood in athletics. The new Mayor, M. Quick, and Board of Aldermen were in stalled Tuesday evening to serve the next two years. R. H. Washburn's private car house was bgroed last Friday night. It îr not known how the fire orignated but thehousesoon burned and the still night saved other houses nearby. Qur peo responded quickly and did good work: -—--—-r SCOUTS HELPED Our citizens are showing a lib eral spirit toward our local boy scout movement. H. Meyer do nated the funds for the tent.-i* J. 8. Gerson donated for other ex penses aud E. M. Pringle has do nated a truck to the scouts in which to haul their camping out fit. The scoutmaster and scouts are very thankful to these gen tlemen for their help. The troop committee is at work for other funds to equip the troop with athletic and other goods for their studies and sport Sure it is going good! What, is it? The Methodist Sunday school. More than 100 persons were present Sunday and yet there is room for 100 more, We will look for you next Sunday. Misslva Shelby was out of school a few days this week on account of a sprained knee. The third chair was put in the Crystal barber shop last week. EL H. Farmer is now the sole owner of the Pure Food Store, he having bought out his part ner's interest two weeks* ago. It is reported that McNary will put on a night shift and that the hardwood mill will probably start up in about 30 days. We hope these reports are true as business would be helped by in creased work here. The river road will soon be completed, The grading crew is at work in sight of town. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Crowder bf Oakdale was bu ried here Thursday afternoon the 28th. It lived only eight days. Their many friends here sympathize with them in their loss and sorrow. The Odd Fellow's 102nd anni versary at the Methodist Church was not largely attended, but was profitable to all present. EL A- Andries was operated on some few days ago. We trust he wi|l spon be able to be out again. % The Lyceum nomber will be tonight instead of last night as was stated in last weeks Patriot. Mrs. Dee Elliott visited her mother here Wednesday. ALL AT IT Throughout Sou them Method ism ths Christian education mo vement is making great headway Enthusiastic reports of the growing interest of our wealthy members and the liberal offer ings for the strengthening of our educational institutions are cheering. Louisiana Methodism is alive to the needs of our two colleges, Cèntenary at Shreveport and Mansfield; and the prospects for making them stronger than ever in their past history, are most encouraging. In fact, Metho dism people are having a vision of unparalled prosperity for these schools. Several offerings of $100,000, $50,000 and $25,000 and smaller amounts, are alrea dy known to have been made and the campaign for funds in 'a mouth off yet. The marshaling of the forces of Methodism is now on and the church at Glenmora will make every effort to do its share. "The soul of education is to educate the soul" That is our business. We Deed and must have strong leadership; but we cannot expect it if we fail to stand by our schools. But we will stand by them and the first Sunday in June, we con fid en try expect, will be the banner educational Sun day of Methodism. Heavy framed galvanized screen doors only $S.73 at La. Sawmill Store. Rev. Littleton of Westlake, La. will preab at the Baptist Church Sunday both morning and, even iag. * fl? i r rwrwWlwn« Not «litte <pi*ck& practice medic!»«, Xfioto ave a tar of them ta every otter : ORDINANCE 65 Declaring ll,e results of the municipal election in the Town of Glenmora, Louisiana, on Tues day the 19tli day of April, 1921. Whereas, in accordance with law, an election was held in the Town of Glen mora, Louisiana, on Tuesday, April I9th day, 1921 for the purpose electing a Mayor, Marshal and five Aider men for the Town t,p serve for the ensuiug two years, and Whereas, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen met in special and open session at the Town Hall, on Tuesday the 19th day of A pril, 1921, at thp hour of 8 o'clock P. M. for the purpose of receiv ing the returns pf.the Commis sioners and Clerk of said £elec tion, canvassing same and de claring the results thereof, and Whereas, the said election was duly and regularly held, and the Commissioners and Clerk of said election made returns thereof to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen and the said Mayor md Board of Aldermen ave ex tmined and Canvassed said re turns, which examination and canvass show the following: Total number votes cast at said election.................. 222 For Mayor........... 209 For Marshal........... 219 For Aldermen......... 210 That the following persons re ceived the number of votes set >pposite their^names for theoffi ;es of Mayor, Marshal and Al lermen, to wit: For Mayor, M. Quiek .....195 " " , Dr. L. W.Odom 13 " " , J. S. Gerson 1 For Marshal: A. B. Meiner ........... 60 W. R. Macklin........... 5? A. C. Whittington........ 82 For Aldermen: M. A. B'fevins...........-.128 R. O. Byrnes ............143 C. A. Carruth....... ... 123 H. W. Gill................ 72 W. W. Perry............ 108 D. J. Milner............. 156 E. M. Pringle............141 J. M. Partin.............. 76 J. T. Whipple............126 G. B. Flowers............ 1 J. L. PoUns.............. D. P. Reed............... and, whereas, the said returns show that M. Quick received the highest number of votes cast at said election-for Mayor, that A. C. Whittington received the highest number of votes cast at said election for Marshal, that M. A. Blevins, D. J. Milner, E.,M. Pringle, R. O. Byrne, and J. T. Whipple received the high est number of votes cast at said election for Aldermen, ntfw there fore, ^ Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aider men of the' Town of Glenmcra that M. Quick be and he is here by declared Mayor of the Tçwn of Glenmora thatA. C. Whitting ton be declared Marshal of said town of Glenmora, and that the following five person be declared elected Aldermen of said Town, to wit: ; M. A. Blevins ' D. J. MilneC EL M. Pringle, R. O. Byrne J. T. Whipple Section 2. Be it ordained fur ect,, that the clerk he and he is hereby instructed to forward to 4he Secretary of State at Baton Rouge, La., % certified copy of this ordinance to the end that commissions may be issued to said officers. ' ^ Introduced by F. P. Joseph Seconded by W. F. Beth urn. -1& ' Approved this 19tbdsy of April 1921. Attest W. G. Penny Mayor Protem J. 6. Greenhaw, Clerk. J. R. Andries, Deputy Clerk, i : i. . j| j§ I S jP I 1 a i****x***.*«**********iMKiH*********«********ft*******,s Spring' Complexion For young and old people alike, can be obtained by health and the right use of our toilet articles. See us for them Also good line lints, varnishes and stains GLENMORA DRUG COMPANY Glenmora, La. ******** ***«««*«*«*«*«** **** ********************** ! CUSTOMERS i : All Blue Lable Columbia Records i. -have gone back to[pre-war prices, will sell a first class cotton lent mattress tor $8.50 Othcracompare^with this Free Delivery G. F. Powers, Mgr. Glenmora Furniture Co. i i "Quick" Action Is our motto for service to our i customers. We are well supplied with Hay, grain and mixed feed for our trade Every order is appreciated GLENMORA FEED STORK M; QUICK, Manager Phone 41- 2 Free Delivery % Pringle & Andries Dealers In Coffins, Caskets, Undertakers' Sup plies Full Line, - -1 Glenmora, La. . . W. M. CADY LBR. CO. j| McNary, La. j§ The hqp^e of quality I merchandise S Best prices on groceries and dry goods, jP all of which are new and fresh I Come and see - . ;• - 1 F. A. Smith, Store Mgr.