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- m ! ! e , ;U c a n al d it c h t o Met by cpntract of by unicate wi h: rtatiop Co., Hnadeg Fi ' _ uu.The Universal ear pmcessary to go into the details describing the practical SFord car-everybody knows all about "The Universal goes and comes day after day and year after year at an so small tht it's wonderful. This advertisement it e buyers to place orders without delay. Buy a Ford san get one. We'll take good care of your order- get you as soon as possible--and give the best in "after required. nMotor Company, In Prompt-Ellicd t---Rdlale jathorlzed Agents Pord You Want to Buy? Write Js. kI You Want to Sell? Write Us. CANNOT BE FOUND IN YOUR HOME MARKET. WHAT YOU WISH TO PURCHASE, EITHER NEW IAND. WE CAN SECURE IT FOR YOU. WHA'wOU WISH TO SELL, WE CA FIND A t FOR IT. IN ZITHER CASE ARE VERY SMALL. S veew. y Mles stultla; ama*g the au eo 4 Lra iii '.a w.at' Ba s.m.thlag * ha. hek ! 3LGW. .. WEW WLt L d all Paper and Paints! received a large shipment of wall paper Colors and Designs. Don'tfail to call see our large stock-just wha you want 't Let Cold Weather Catch You Uuprepared[. hyase one of our Hot Blast Heaters and the winter. We have in them all sizes TRACTORS Buggies and Wagon ve Farmers are fast the money advant- We made a good buy and if you' the.Tractor has over the Call around to see us are in the market for either it. will tell you more about forgve handle the it will pay you to get our price. Tractor suited for this Sfor w can save you money. hSupply Conlpao, Inc. KPnm lCwtssT RacIine Pr.. SY -aST YOUR REAL ESTATE Our Service Department has in quiries from several parties for farm ann tiptber lands. Send us a list of what; you have to sell.-Rayville Sup Spl And Hardware Co. SOCIAL AND LOCAL NOTES Mrs. George 8S. Yerger was in Tal lulah Wednesday attending to Red Cress work. Mrs. W. J. Ward and Mrs. A. J. Sevier left yesterday for Readland, Ark., where they will spend the week end with Mrs. Ads Williamson, of that place. Mrs. O. C. Johnson leaves today for Dallas, Texas, where she will visit relatives. Mr. Johnson will Join her on December 1st, when they both.will go their new location in Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Johnpon's many friends here regret to see her leave, but they also wish her happiness in their new location. We buy and sell all kinds of arm and timber lands anywhere.--Ray ville Supply Co., Rayville, La. Miss Jenny Bonney, of St.Joseph, ZLa., passed through Tallulah on last Tuesday. M:. Josiah P. Scott, of the Tensas Gazette, of St. Joseph, La., will be a visitor in Tallulah Sun'ay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rountree. Mr. J. L. Rountree, of the Concor dia Sentinel, Vidalia, La., will arrive in Tallulah today to spend several days at the home of his son, Mr. W. L. Rountree in Talulah. Mrs.G eo. Spencer and her daugh ter, Mrs. Carneal Goldman, were via itors to Vicksburg Wednesday. SMrs. Erwin Cook, of Anguailla, Miss., and Mrs. Pred Johhson, of Shreveport, La., are in Tallulah at the home of their mother, Mrs. W. H. Iarvey. Miss Erexine Brooks, of Tallulah, is in the Infirmary in Vicksburg, W~n ,lergoing treatment for a broken an: kle, which occurred more thaen a ear ago. and whichiately has been giv ing her some trouble. The Journal extends sympathy to Miss Brooks and wishes for her 'ipeedy recovery: Under the chartmanshipf ao Mrs.' Geore 8. Yrerr, 'the.' Red CreMr -drive for melabership resewals M4 donations has proven quite a smedi, notwithstanding a few of our citizens refused to respond to the call in mak ..bg, up Mad 4..n., qpt of eleve hundred df ars. All a. d e to the liberality of thosewhe respond. ad.to the call, and the sm.ela and pntir!s efforts o the many ladied who alasted sY foresu,iu ptTo ug POR. SALE.-Two puae bred "Jerset Sora and Y` p isit ' ed. M4ke'isiaa dte ' .4. t. ' PURNL.LL I Ei E.lrabeth Morris Kyle, Field; r I epresentatiýe c' the Red Crcas, -was V in Tallulah on Thursday, looking af- b: ter the Red Cross interest in tow. a.1 i She is here from New Orleans. se I so A. S. Coltharp has two bungalows a for sale in Jobnuon's East End Addi- 'n + tion. Call or see him at the Talnu- ii Slah Hardware and ,Furnjture Co. ci A. S. Clths.has-three more Vs- i cant lots in Johna'as ~ast End Ad- k t dition at $200.0- eaeh., . I Mr. W Gilpin, mnager of the ct I local ow, says that the new n seats ra house were shipp- i led O AIl the patrons of the pictur Ill be gladil k to see them arrive an hope that it -r ill be soon. 01 di Misses May a.nd ~aryRss, ofTal1d lulalh, Lhave passed State Teachers' - Examihation for first grade certifi cates, ~bid they exeect to get a school di before long. It will be:remembered , that thise young ladies.mere among t 'hose who always had their names on the honor roll of the Tailaah. ii r Schooj, which was published in the B Journal regularly. al le We .egret to learn that Mr. O. C. JTohnson will leave Tallhlah beforecc !ong igiving severed relhtions with the Talilah Supply Co., to take , feet m the first of the yeat. Mt. vi 1 Johnsen .will leave for California at which .plee he ha: see eted another to position which, we are glad to know, Ia is bettV than the one he now has. SWhile.. regret to see hifn leave, at the samie time we are v'ta to learn , that jis going to a better job, and p hope i*t If he hat a olstietter of- t, fer, l fill be able to take it. of t Mr Md Mrs. Andrew J. Sevier. were &itors to Vlcksburg Tue'ay and aWesday. They .euoye i one 'of th 's hits "Souie Thne"--a mus comedy. . M . Aga.e y- a day -I`.,1 r Jac "c) h teVt k whery ibe a ,was .sh.pin. . > . on ay:,t~~ .. a n, e.t 7 MI Mr$r I t Fall from a very pleasant trip to uery A. 8ar,4 th' hew n Ep' minister for trs wfll 8t'op, 1 ardYsat n' zk 3fthe eag Ind warr .body)f .lh tl's s Rot , Shoudn ' ;f .eled heilbthr 'blm -SoM ~yTal .khDrulat-bfltr 7o "Ab s.minber of tht,- i f , tb, ,º st w. m'e i p - e 'a taiQn. eElew oft bi ýf. ane .roib ri a niaililtr a8," He a that " . grm wi! i oi.n asta fjau y fort nos at oN. 's i to'ho .tlse ie C tiN and th Aothe memers of the Book Club metb l at ,the Crtouq. with o mAbers ' ColthrI p gi i te4 be Ijet of, eto. el iie imn msent qf He Iagpr act*** eeu*d h* taken. Iowe e, eac ,mltbn.was dIscussed and., eepted. Why lailis and the wred&8mt'St tof e look Club w •is *tt~ wihthPy. 'i t ' o council meetPin te 4Z U i. p were - t~estds: i The Taeaich 3Met CirL t#ws reg aei ad . l ', ot -l.met with them at a'tfhe~1e o intolyte Pro siedot nt i ta in qi sew ent to-them tie fel.le ganplim.: earmnet Ip, support sad - wM in erery 1nudinbhla h eto tse·memt sad eanilfying tr em wa . r meintele. Nte. Y-IThet - soN 0m m the anae at ever Bte a messd d hat pamty be rpaisfed to pat " altde.'l, --'t-tl a el ' nass bewup b seeque a serm or 6L~C Meby wind or h rY ~-1 sa i crete sews:. on the north side of the cc s V. S. & P. R. R., a!onig the Snyde beo - b:oc!, the Bark and the Spencer, s ` lock, he flushed at least twice a wees it, so as to render thefront street more sanitary. At the present trime this is cr sa grave merace to public health and ~e h~nost assurely should be attended to th .it on*e. is Resolution No. 4.-That the Coun- b: ecl enforce he law made'somne ionths h: back, rwhich requires both railroads to (.: keep the grass ,ut on their holdings s: in towin. w lResolution No. 5.-That good w: crossings be made at all street co:- tL! Sners as soon as possible. fa Resoiutlon No. 6.-That all house-' C holders be forced to keep the grass in cut'on both siies of the concrete walk m in fronltof'their residence; and grass wc or weeds burned and not thrcwn in' o ditches; and that the grass and weeds , be 'kept cut on all vacant lots, whether" in oowered by public or private indivi-I duals. Resolution No. 7.-That all sewer age from· bath rooms and kitcherlt sinks be carried off in a sanitary man- tl rer, pr run irto a ceas-pool in the te ~owners yard, and not run into the Lsi streets. Recognizing the fact that = all the street improvements are use- le less unless the existin stock law is L, enforced. Resolved t all stock, \ cows, calves, horses, mules, hogs, ci colts, 'ec., be kept in an enclosure im and that a fine be attached for the vio)ation of this law. That the Mayor cc Er d Aldermeu instruct the marshal to I r take up lhn stock he see running at bE large, whether reported to him or 0i Snpt.. , F. Owing to the fact that the Mayor fi would not attend this meeting the ' Pre~ident *as instructed by Mr. Craig o01 to , pppolat' the following committee is of six ladle~: Mrs. Chas. Coltharp, SI Mrs. W. A. Gilpin, Mrs. W. J. Ward, icc SMrs. A., J. Sevier, "Mrs. J. S. Agee, i la and' Misi Sara Bloom, to appEar be- is tore.te Council at its regular meet- ft i, -th* first Tuesday night in Decem- n' tbesst elbt, showing that the public s qlhia.1 .of thle towi demande4 that o' ettke !of "ive the' Council authority tl t,.i , ch:i', f.esd to these resolutions, a Sad 'lI the emarsal to see tht Sthet are enforc4d. ..A,oated discussion in regard toi .' .dt.inage of .,e town, and the. Siminpavyetent of our roads was in atrtd' af h a" ember,; and we were aure ;by the Aldermen that al ie would .i" Attended' to in the r near fut.re; jut as soon as our bonds - II were sold and money in the treasury. :: " b `CHAR . COLTHARP , : . m con6itehL l.t A N. r · IYea lI Ce 4LtAN. M., -, - D. H. AiLETm S, ;" esolitio. CO mp ttee.. J ' ,.A,t ~$ , "t ,,,STI Rd }ins. CTION OF GOVFRSMKNT h DsN 'eValss'eOi sp. lI d 'siMpa ib 'ii brand-nise 1iJaarrfrd ost ....d a commer- , . sel i i th pchibgit ioment :to seiavr thie&iar dirt, e, may the a iefir ad thie d a lM of Chimis .trr, uied Stastes Depiatment of Ar Srieni~arliý rli iie intvetligated var tAq4fms.buhefuteC lw sugar. In addi Ip to bto a iwee. , mlt nsour iup • s tdit 6f ,e, which addste -i..x ' tl its id sifty and valed ase .il Ci.!'etI emastlter.Utm eo W., Oie malt sue r has long h' ml-nwn t~m li ts, ias prodetion , Ib op met b l is nly beginalnit. s- TA is .tleted ias pro-at , . .tty , te shortage of ur mpigplhs developed a market for it ag sad.the cident prohbidtion law has _ uap4 lvda . i W ith ir nateotrsi and v ,.e b upaltitey iteeded for its manl a~$ur , Malt sugar srtp is made rtreq thrie * a inr . bod r, and " may dee cidea.fpi'corn or potatoes pyapy pl~at R dbnitalng st~asch. BDr y. whice.was hiid until recently in N thla Lan·attifti of beer, can be used ,pow to piridu manlt sugar sirp. .pli eweee, ~1i very li ttle chang, - can be ~.ad nd ate now being used he e-_ s manuIfacture. Up to a certain .t point the procrs for making malt rnpnpr sirup is t-e sane as the proces1t SJ|ermaing bep. Evaporating pans ip stia principal .4ditional equipment me p1 quired by lbrweries to become malt 5 IPgIs siflp 4acteries. p4, 5aqeAieni beasta to fo ser S: Malt m8t sirup looks very anmch ce WIIeamspel .imsp ' It can be used for e qverlth inthat cane sugar isre~l as fer. Whie lie use on the tabip -sy lea wet be quite as convenient as sgar, ab it Is a aboo aneellmnt subetitate ior tp b t ublse Z sugar is not to be led( qdt b'ie to euar in feed value. .or 1ceeiokt and Itafor perooms and forj qau sn dy it itaa3 t oey equal to li ear Ja *ekeand food vein.! igh bat lei supp er se wee becsase· rei it wl lne teede verttia . - Malt m alrip I. new Wag mold1 n odes and veansa d sqttardkt mum) mthtrews, tweitia i hplaee of n. resent advaehemats In beade pupapemrs and deewbere s frme I to lo i ma per sa 6 herrelh a nwr d.g.'br lieu the - or f it g.tewiuel mmd s ir at sa a hm m utelv , ah -******** coffee, oat meal, and deserts. It can be used for every purpose for which Ssugar is used. If the housewives want it, the grocers will get it. Although malt sugar sirup i; being caller: uj;on, so far a~, hourehold us; is 1 co,:ce:-.'e.l 'rc as· a pi'ich ni,ter in the present emergency, the special ists expect that it will make such a batting average that it wi:ll hereafter have a regular place in the ba::irg :crder. This is a case o\*'hr." tho sub stitute makes so good that the regular whose place it takcs, may have to 1warm the hbench. While it is r.ot likely. tal: th'.s new sw.\t will replace su mar i for table usa in normal times, it ua < Coubtedly will make a place ;or its-.I' , in the household as it is decr. in the manufacture of food proo'ucrs. It is San excellent, whalosomn: sirup and. on tccounL t,; 1. !:. , .: !:.: o:, reupCr t" . '.~.ar fCo" Cl. , p?_ "p:Les3 in c oko;.i: n- tie. l :tlin, . HIGH SCIOCL NOTES rI .ast Wednesity afternoon at th:ee .the high school was delightfuvly er: tertained by the members of the tcnt:, ;rade. Seve-al memlher, of tile nirth :rnade assisted. They gave t.L a bur lesque commenncement pro,-ram. We l:elieve the se:io.s erijo:e,! it ak:o. We wre cery "1^ t c a r;.a i: of the peronts out for the e:tertain The first rumbe- cf cur lyce .:r 'cource will be the MIc'ropelitan Male QiQartette on the evening of Novem 'ber 25th. We have three numbers on our tew course. One will be the Fredcricks Concert Comary and the 1 ifiid will be the Smith;-Spring-Hiol tihes Quintette. Mir. F-erer*e1;:s i c-.e of the world's greate:t v!i: ir:: r. Sis acsisted by tw. beaut:fu! 1 ,.i: ,Smiths-Springs-.Iil:-es c .. ,p ,i omros:d of twa;.,t! : a-' ladies. Each mn.ibe:" f :e -, e., .is a first cr.-,s r cia. ': ~ for these twa c rna:.is wil !,e :: .nounced la'e:.. Our boy's baskett 1a!l *'^n v '-' ! 'o Eover to Rayvi'e on 'he aft;-. .,r n cf Sthe 21st and give th a "..,",'! - ,.o a little practice. We '.. , o r.iv: Rayrville a gan:e on ou" gru.,ds c :i the near future. Lyric That MONDAY NOVEMBER 17, 1919 MAE MARSH In TheFace n 'rho Dark ' BRAY PICTUREGRArH rIAdmI,~"o-......... . a. d ,,. SWEbDNESDAY NOVEM!!" . 1"'13 ' , "DONWARD TO DOOM" jiti, Eisede of Smashing Barriers PFe.ting' William Duncan S"HOW AtTY M ooADE GOOD" S AND -1H PORTRAIT" t- A iLs1o-__e . 5c'and 2Sc. I ' FRIDAY DECEMBER 2I, 1i9w SFighting Destiny WITH HARRY T. MOZEY " 'IRAUDS A;WD FREE LUNCH" a] - (Comedy) - Admlssi---------Ie md le. The Letterhead Should Be Distinctively Yours ! S--OT SOME RUBBER OR AMMUNITION CO.'S WITH YOUR NAME PRINTED ON IT. WE CARRY TWO GRADES Hammermill and Old Deerlield Bonds -SETTE~R IF YOU WAiNT I ) WILL GUARANTEE THE PRINTING TO BE .1OOD AS YOU CAN GET. STOP ADVERTISING SQML OTHER FIRM'S GOODS AND GIVE US YOUR ORDEB SAMPLES FREE. The Madison Journa TA aUA - -- -. -- .- LOUISIANA Parker Section] Shis p'ace is Bought and Paid for by the Fr;ends in Madison Pdrish of the lion. J. M. Parker, Gukeraatmr ial Candidate for the Creat State of Louisiana. ANENT PARISH CFFILIALS Just suppose we had had a "mix up" here as in so,m: parishes and in New 'r: zans. The:re would be much ohecki::'s a'id re-clhecking of the poll list, but as it i'. every thing is quiet :-d! .re.:-. VWe t.o not refer to the ,fficinis wh:o hcld nIon-lucrative offi cc;, but to those who hold the paying jobs. Th-i nomina:tions having been closed ;:an no oppo ing ticket, they ln looki :,ross thl' vista of the next fo'ir years v.i:h r!e'-ure--not a blent i:,h to a i' its beauty, not a cloud to l&.ken i ' :..-yrhtne.; and on the dis tant h e ri.on clearly see 1924 in bold rceli:'. Ncs'!ir.+: dlwn in deepest re ce ses cf th:,i, h;carts is the word " "--:: . :A.d is the word-and ,.:I it ol:' s iup they greet it with a sn:i'e of .-a'i::ca.c:ion. They owe all this to the Parker men and should be g y::e`:! to them for not putting .ut a tic:eLt. Of course they will say "We cou!:l have beaten them any wny," but " sometimes, all the time, you just can't tell." A cog might have .;!ired, and all of their many fond hores, great expect.ations and solid caluculTtin mi:ght have gone to-- ' .,'r.a-s. Now when they have said their recu!ation prayers, they can "e'u!l tn" for peaceful slumber and pleasan;t lren::ms, without being di-. '!'r' , by any nightmares, such as ' h:,? much will this campalrn, cost .. ow wi 1 my bank account sr-- I S' e::!, how wil I get over these 'y ror.d=, how many times will I r- to get a tcan to pull the auto 'sfter I h7Ve 'ion Bill and John, • : they h::ave declared eternal alledi a *-. will they 's'and hitched.' How will 'tap' me for a ten or twenty toiay, and how many will want 'I" -r amounts, payable in the dia ,':, dim future? No swapping of vc 's now to upset my calculations. i1 -r 'dead safe,' and for all these h' ~sings I thank the Parker men and tw !l not sa"~in be found buttonholing vc.ters to tet them to support the 'rin' candtrate. I feel so grateful that I might contribute to their eam "anirn fund half per cent of what it would have cost me. There is no par ticular reason for me to raise 'Sam IHill' when I have friends on both sides. I have gotten what I want and after that mn" activity might acset as a boo lerang later on. -I n still young and may Want to swing on to what I have for years to come. They say their sole object is to elect Mr. Park dr. Not having any swinish element in me. I feel that as they have re lieved me of all the vexations, uner thtinty and expense of a campaign, I should let them have whakitey want." Our camouflage canpaign is aome. what puzzling to the "ring" support ers. We are. looking through green * goggles.and they cannot see what we see, .nt they 'will see on election d@ that we have been "sawing wood all the time. We do not ask Parker men to wear buttons or declare thebm selves to the publie, but keep quiet. ly working, securing all the Parker votes they can.