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Publiher. TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1919. NEW SERIES VOLUME .. 3.
PER ACRE Ii ONE
E THIS YEAR
iMels Per Acre Were
year Only 64 Were
-1UceI I. Janes.,
New Orleans for the
of Agrtcultare, has
evap, as o Novem
alsted average yield
t~e; compaed with
year ago, 18 bushels
and 2 bushels, the
bashes. The te
et earn for the United
8IasZUtU8 e busines
smuse weight per
at oath harvested
at 30.5 poenas.
aSses is gives at 64
s compared with
1, 191, sad 14
!e quality In given
o1! year, as compared
; inm ember 1, 1918.
l sest petatees is
-as es , with
M r as nere
r viiend s
x 9 a t is .rees.
banE > aserm. I&eN e
U eaI . N b ea
pee 'e"s "131?.
Oi te e is wes.
Sbids N ye ter
ha t year W
-r ~ pen atb aw
s-m the l bdt, het
a ibee itpeeles at
W e anea ae nd
et hir at beerapeet.
hatmers -te amtuees
be eastashei W
aid -1 k
'fr ft Meansa as
ses y with Dr.
fos at Pas
ft s he its mm
ftbrl sWr .
as an Uprf
seener e- he
alaa t he -
- Ct warm
algagt a ha
t In o galet
jute i 1·
Alexaadda.-Th m Louisiana Baptist
conveatios held its session here in
Emmanuel Baptist Church with Pres
presiding. Everyavailable room in
presiding. Every avalable room in
private homes and in hotels was tak
en to accommodate the thousand or
more delegates in attendance. The
ministers' and laymen's meeting was
held in Emmanuel Baptist Church.
The Woman's Missionary Union met
in the First Methodist Church. The
men's meeting was presided ever by
the Rev. T. W. Talkington of Shreve.
port. At the conclusion of the meet.
Inl W. H. Mangram of West Lake
was selected chairman and L L. Do
Washintoa. D. C. - The present
crop of Louisiana sugar, estinted at
approximately 100,000 tons, will be
offered to the retail trade at about
18 1-2 cents a pound. officials of the
Department of Justice announced, In
, making public the approval of At
a torney General Palmer to the maxi
I mum price of 17 cents to the refner,
Swhich recently was agreed upon by
5 refiners and the United States district
attorney at New Orleans. The price
of the Louisiana crop does not change
I the ied retail price on other tgrades
S Franklinton.--Rev J. B. Fulton,
pastor of the Centenary Methodist
church. attended the session of the
SLouiaa annual cotadereace which
was held at Ruston. The salary of
the pastor of this church was in
ereaed $300 over last year and paid
In fall. The board of steward was re
elected for nest year with the addi
tion of Mrs. Ada BablMnton and Mrs.
J. L Brock. These are the first
women to be elected stewards, as the
laws of the church until this year
prohibited women from serving on
I Jesalng.-The pariah board of ed
i. atfim met here and promulgated an
ordinaee callia for an electiaon to
be held Deeember 16 for voting upon
/ a bead Issue of $236,00, the proceeds
te be used in the erqetths of a mod
em high school beilding on the aorth
Sside of the rAlroad track in Jeanlas
I and a smder elementary scheol for
, the seuth side of Jeaaga.
* M alds. - "Corporal Brigadler
Generma" Alle T. Hunter, adjutant
peral at LfeulIsa, destuted the ia
r vftatloi to ride at the head of the
pera of retraed sldlers to the Ar.
miste Day eeiebrtuon in his homes
tows, Asinadra. "I am gong to
E aweb ba mw a t h atv ,* wag
Amt. T- secreary of the home
servIs' deparhmest of the American
and Cros tt Tangipahes parish re
ts that dre the m et o Oct.o
par she b served 81 perems 51
wlU and 3 'eres:; r1I were die
abib r, iletmeast, 1 rpturned
bets aa a nmb, r or mior ser
teb we seudered.
SAleandria. - A 'cmpeay which
Swill mabetue esady, to be known
e the . W. W. aeek Candy Compla,
Shes beon ergaalmed here with the fli
I elwr eolsears and ditsters . . W.
t W slle, phrmdent; tL C. Clpepper.
L1, e ImIdeat; A. T. Pelt, sereetary
ad treasere; J. s. MAdams and
Iwo Le Ulteb
S Vib .-At the perish eaurthouse
45 rprsasntative eitlams t Ceao e1
> din parish organied to get bsttr
reads hoetter sehbes, better eultiva.
ton at led ad hid gher price on land
Sadl to advertise througot the a
stea the pmmarlm i. pC ar
1 Thlbodsa. - The long discussed
wuestl et fe te britinesaeed or
See re er Bau Laburehe is about t·
Ssmefl deflatte ametle. At the
p coms ao the s.m usr- of TM.
p bem tb g which is ewned bF
athhe to ws ad siLa h made
p La4tAtte - Illaetto -mas a
kg In llase ee trs ig leieg a
II tta. -- V. A. GeaDem Jele"
enmaeu gent is la maels md 1i
m n to ay eows ed salvess agr
Ioeto a me mb e Iam s ti htl
-r wh wish to seems Mghgado
Mmes - Mere tha eme mea
thasoad bhsd et swest petameS
eore raised .in ea wc Is p he
sI - atnrdeO De te s Me
, bagli to t aw e the wms
tra7lM ashelm.-Geas ts U.
hJoh ana J. 1. - enm Awe he -o
elested to the ams see3 s h
horn i red nominees of Oe D
J . 'iams er o at. Neag ~di
ueesdly at his umli awe at .g
of 12 yeors.
SNin M emsa-V. A. K Irt ek
be major of UmI Mince
abauement emnu msesa
mtS ade ,egsa
OFFERS TO HELP
SEND REOS HOME
SOVIET "AMBASSADOR" TO U. S
WANTS TO AID IN DEPORT.
e THINKS MEN ARE MISTREATED
t Says Mob Attacks and Arrests Are
t Often Injustices To RussianesOb.
M Jects To Deportatlon To Other
It Than Soviet Russia.
t- New York.-Ludwig C. A. K Mar.
1i- tens. eelf-styled "ambassador of the
r, Runsian Soviet government to the
7 United States," has offered to pro
:t vide transportation from the United
we States to Russia for all Russian citi
za ens who desire to leave America, or
,s whose preeence in the United States
Is undesirable to the federal govera
ment. This offer was made in a let
ter written by Martens to Secretay
of State Lansing sad made publie
In his letter Martens protests
against the "unwarranted and cruel
treatment" to which many Russian
citizens In the United States are
subjected by ">fderal and state om
cers, as well as by mobs acting with.
out authority." He proposes that the
soviet government be permitted to
return the citizens to Soviet Russia,
and declares that he has received
thousands of applications from suca
citizens who are anxious to return to
b their homes.
a Martens was arrsted for contempt
to and released on $1000 bail after he
a had refused to appear sad bring ce
Stain documents before thbe1ask leiq
Slative committee Investigatlsu 'radical
h activities In New York. He based
a his retfnal on the ground that all com
r unicatnles passing between himself
and his government were privileged.
When brought before the committee
a in the custody of deputy sheriffs
Martens promised to appear betAre
L the cotaittee and bring his papese
C alCli attention to press reports
thai t to proposed to deport certata
SRuesIas to pari et af rsa uder
9 makeul- the eemies- ef tin Sviet
governmeat, Martens is his lettea to
S8Secretary Lamsing pretests that such
Sdeportation would mesh certain death
ffor the persons deported, and weouhld
e eaostltute "a fagrant breach a all
placiples of international law."
d ay Steel rikers Firm.
- PIttsnrgl . - At the e s eof tae
edghth week o the steel strike, Jhn
Pltspatrlek, ehatrman of the Natemal
teel Strike Committee, isse a
" state t in which he declared that
/" the "seel tndustry is ippled be
1- se the laborers In the ills, the
scaled frudigners, are striking end
r standlng ik. a was in a ight tor
American eeditiots at labor and
S Murder Charges Aganst lteven.
F( Cmtrala, Wash. - Arrangeams
i were made to file murder charges
-n agdnmst 11 men, 10 K them already
Sarrested slace the attack of alleged
members of the Industrial Werkom
Sofe the World ito the Armistie Day Pa
ad which resulted in the death of
d ar former service sea.
Plee.A or Pelises
New Yerk. - The irst Sug - pee--_
L seelt eenvtleisa in tiMs lbderal DI
triet vs semined when Jams sd
SChrles Reth, eImnielea mIrene,
wtre sd glity by a jury et siling
at U 1 ats per pamd, i mgr aer
4 ihesd at .75 esats per pse. Id.
*ml e Ju ns I intoims tt het
j venh send thee to wi a.
I, Mie. Ibee ee Prm Weemnde
Ier. - " ng ams is wns
Sent t e* IndepedS -selast u
r t dies bum ed re sise u- er
Serbu-flw h .was hetthree.es
ru ept m Priseere itn dre
askiTesgar-A dsbl ws eaprt
'm (d t eagh Gr tmmases
sIep.t m m ot the UM i
se IrSenI ?s ta,, hnae eS
-l AdiMe To aseIt Pamy
n ng. -et sa Ker Desqewet.
to i e e t bos n toa
led Whulsp In Kentasky.
lrie eM whiM er omlir in tam
- Imd ,mew In theim se . Us
il asrpsM thi s r - eg
agrt eemlsI o nhaer i es in
I e --I - -. The Usens w
[OF Collective Bargabning
I m IpN toa
o1Mes tot CaO
. R 1
ARMISTICE DAY CELEBRATORS
FIRED ON FROM ROOF TOP
AND FROM WINDOWS.
Centralia, Wash. - Four members
of the American Legion are dead,
and several others were wounded
when persons said ot be members of
the Industrial Woskers of the World
fired on an A Day parade
here. Britt Sm seretary of the
I. W. W. local i s, was lynched. At
least eight supposed Industrial Work
ers of the Worldiare In the local Jail,
guarded from a toob of several han
dred former comrades of the men
The dead: Arbaur McElfresh. Cen
tralta; Ben Casagranda, Centralls:
Warren Grimm, Centalita; Dale Hub
The shootlng begun when the pa
rade drew abreast of the Industrial
Workeip of the World hal here. The
bullets went or: the beads of the
crowds watching te arade. Shots
came from every dietliem sad nip-'
ers in the upper whtews of the L
W.. Wtie, Modt- ". ' .
elresh was killed Imtantly.
Grimm. fbrerly a liutemat, was
leading a platoon in the parade and
Ibll at the send burst of re, an
Stevns attempted to dlimr awn
leged L W. W. and was shot n the
struagle whilh ersed. Hubbard s
tamied hi wo od In pursuang a s
posed I. W.W.. who red as he riS
from the group of men headed by
Hubbard. It was this man, ascording
to rportI , who was hanged by a
Casagranda was In the ranks and a
rie ballet streek him in the body.
"They got me this time," he said, as
he doubled upand fell In the street.
The crowd, ualformed and aual
formed, started to chase the Reds
ant Hubbard was shot while ehasing
e o the leaders.
Marshal Wins Auts Race.
Queltmsa, Ga - Town Marshal
Cras of tonewall, with Henry Mar
shall, ng.ro, mseed of killing C. O.
Craft, a mill superlatendent of that
town wer an aeemobile raet to the
local Jail aglast two maehine lad
ed with armed mn nlatent Oe lynh
lag te prisoner, Iby a scant two
Leigs aos PIlties
Mitsnapeoe, Mnla.-Tbe irt sea
vetnt a of e American Ieg1m
tartsd preasemesnat of Its plecies
by adopting a resolution declarint
the rganlsatir to be 'nom-politral"
and demandlag the deper/ttimn of
Victor L frser oat MlwMse as "a
emall maes To sBe AdNOMstd.
Pads. - - me pr.seattves of no
sm powers are to be admitted to
the mixed tribunals appointed t
Jase pr isea g atyof eoeRas un
ds the emm law. Mas pmidd Is
artles 23$ and 23 of the German
Case. euoemcs e eent raedham.
Waibhagte. - termer peaker
oamm or Illinois berme a gmro
readimter. The ameumemnt was
mad i the Hase b R eW matve
frm the memha
Od Meree Nome Sld.
Now Yo'l - The eld omi at ow
fhat sw't, where Jaes Mems
tM presedent eo met Unted tssem
spet the deanding years orf his t
--4 ded--wmet under at i
ew -----"ee--r e Cae Tkein
Wbohig -M4 Gsea Jamess Q.
Mlaebs, hed o the Amirnlea Mis,
on to Armns, Is to rta e
- te - Gainm s Tuawa ' !,
s -s o Usimn D tm, now use
-gmi at tht glas
In - -,
FRANKLIN D'OLIER IS GIVEN
HONOR-HENRY D. LINDSLEY
MADE PAST COMMANDER.
Minneapolis. Minn. - The first na
anal convention of: the American Le
gion has ended. !t was decided to
open the 1920 convention at Cleve
land, O., on September 2. The con
vention probably last three
Franklin D'Olier of Philadelphia
was elected first national commander
of the Legion at its first national con
vention. The vote was: DIOlier,
364; MacNider, 249; Jones, 18;
Chairman Henry D. Lindaley of
Dallas, Tex., was nominated by the
Texag delegation. He again declared
be was not a receptive candidate
and declared he hoped no commander
of the legion would be reelected. Mr.
ULtndle has been acting national
chairman of the leon since the St.
LouIs conventioc The nominations
ended with the oeer, MacNader, Jones.
O'Neill sad yDOlber.
The Rev. Fraeis ` L ap. of MNW
York was elected national chaplain.
The title of past national semmaader
was cotferred upon Mr. Liadsley. He
had been acting bend of the legion
siace the meeting at St. ouis last
Electlen of the national command.
or followed a turbulent afternoon
when a mass of resolutions and r
ports, Including the soldier bonus ,14
sea. was considered. The convealen
for a time seemed split ona the rope
ad to tadorse a speetRe bonus plie
and fnally voted to place the matter
in the hands of the national Senate
and House of Reprementatives. Many
delegates seemed analou to cose
the covention after the elections,
and MvOler, in aceepting the post at
"We came here to wk and let a
set to work-not listen to speeche "
Prepare To Deport Aliens
Washiagtoa. - Ales rounded ey
by Departent of Justice agents Ia
the recent raids a headquarters at
the Union of Rasemea Wakers in a
semofete , will b demaed a
hartiage have been held by the De
partm t of labr,. aeeasding to At
teens General Palmer.
oeter Martin Dead.
Char(sit oovlDn Va. - Seuater
Thomas S. Martin, aged 7, the Dine
ermvt leader in the Senate, died kher
Senator Martin bhd been cosaeed t
his bed slace last Jaly, when be was
fored to give up active week fa the
Senate after a oeatinags service of
armaay Short On Coal.
aIes. - Despite the balegse of
passesser trase an the raiwsys
thrsaghet Germany to allow east re
serves to b at important
centers and mupples to be tran
ported morn abundantly, the ahitea
tan appears to be growing worse.
Meney Too Se etrmned.
tL. Lais - Retlurn of $0.M for
undedve re serplus army mpplies to
personas i Missour. k asa Oka
Dijy, it beome hpews here. The
mey win be returned throegh pest
masters is the ftn'uetes, it was saM.
Amreaw Cssomty UList mvsetes
Washilno. - The Amerom as
vsed casualty Ist an ldes
killed 1 action, tueelau US a
sea: Led of wounds.' lSJS;L died
diepas, tam; died of inseeMet sAd
oter sugmes, MU; wouned In ad
rea ad 4maln8 - um tn
-a-·ry 1,ame til sae.e m aJt.
AIn den v ando m t ave reeived o
-amde -e or wd was a
-e sammger as jausd
aa t01:ada r - _i
Vicksburg Boiler &
Breechings and Tanks
In Stock for Immediate Shipment
Biler Tubes, Reinforcing Steel Bars, Stack Paint, Guy
Wire, Tube Expanders, Copper Ferrules, Fusible Plugs,
Steel Plates, Thin Sheets, Rivets, Angle Bars, Stay
Bolts, Beams, Patch Bolts, Machine Bolts, Threaded
Steel Flanges, Valves and Fittings.
"kalrr Work amd Saatisfyln*
Service or Loa* Suit"
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