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.?U, LIS D EVERY SATURDAY MOONING AT TALLULAH, LA. 1 CI:!OJGE JENCE......-----. Editer. 1W. L. MOUNTREE ..... Ptblirher. natareJ at the port offie at Tallo (aLn la., as second class rnail matter. I5as1CRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PEP. ARl IN ADVANC(:E INVARIABLY. Dispisy Advertising rates: One time Ie cat petsr inch:; 50 inches or muere ithi twelve months, 1I cents No .-advetement acceptedl for less than F 1.. Reading notices, ni cents per 'sleet lne per insertior., with a nan 'ýsh"ln charge of 2 rents per In-ertior SATURDAY, AUGUST 7th, 1220. 'O GIVE AWAY SCHOLARSHIP Milliken, La., Aug. 4., 1920. I Madison Jaurnal, Talluah, La.: I have a scholarship in the Ara Department of Tulane Uni that would like to give to - deerving young man who needs ia getting a col!ege education. This scholarship is worth $125.00 pe to the bolder as they are ex fromn the nnual tuition fee. Yours very truly, " N. C. WILLIAMSON. NI APP.ICAN COTTON ASSN. Tle expereiones of field organis- wi -- the Louisiana Division of the of Cotton Association during wi pest two weeks in the central co of parishes show that the goal gu 4,00 production memberships C. I,"-siana was not tc, high 'his as eas appor '.s.,,, to each of the be parliuhe. and while they hav. ro working on it ever since. .ueah own way, it was not until a th foere was organized in July, TI amgt into a particular group of to tlit there began a re.ltsa- r of the hope held out by the sc of the vremt movement. Je work has been carried on sys y i Rapides, Avoyelles, St. hi , Orant, Caldwell and Nntchi-. k One man was assigned to enth to while the field director, Mr. Si made his headquarters in hi a tho meet entral point hern directed operations. The N in Caldwoll an 8'. Lanlry has been hampered bj very weather, but in other parishes, it been quite up to the mark., and p Campaign Director, Mr. Ap a. I tc Snnounces that there is no a' that the goal will be attained li each parish befoer the field work- Iv have eon-ludend. They have. hld a In the sualler eommaunties, o preached the doctrine of or- a on mnost effectively. They ii aroused the farmers to a real- h bation of the force of united aetion. Bide by aide with the eganiuation t work has gone the presentation of bh o warehouse idea, and this hle 'hben a splendid hold on the farmers i d they are being gives the dta e 1Mtsh will enable them to earry out io emain idea, and they are bein I to every ea where they show dispietioa to go ahead. This has I a spleadidly demonstrated is the I a of Cheseylle, Rapides parish. t 'Prlininary work in that vaciity I shown that utadled s inflaes -s ben at work a.ait the Amo- 1 Cotton Asocition ide, but o- ' we eoseaetrated thereo, and the hasu been a wndertul m.success, I the wareheoe movement has lied late a conerte thing, a is in proces of egnisa. a d comodls plant will be in ln time for this eson's Luadry ba also abown a i and with the cooperation ] of Commerce of Op. I novemenat is under way frlthe. at a erwty I I this perish has b een extent by the ab ehairman, Mr. r iebm heem gete hat she is new re assn be back in. n active can-i ho Nwa ade e , mt wlhe a NIew at -sr plic MICKIE SAYS tlI -car t- -en N4 # tu wIJL- the ",@ bew lwet M 00R m as th I ýft *r am <'4 ago ant w o woUI 00oo 'O R W0' S sM -J the gtp gou w'e t 4' LOCrAL ra gtmTOR RN SVOagw. %WA Ar- the -notd w`t 'tII( sfoT A1W the 'Z DE R wc1it YOU Sane to '0' St l140 , 4'd6 ties 8 Y 9 4O 1' a ru.l the his Ell fle .ty wh int ar dn to co r e f r y iret wi 's f e n t WO NATCHITOCHES SHORT COURSE p The Extension Division of the Lou- dn isiana State University cooperating w R with the Rural Training Department of the Louisians State Normal School will conduct the third annual short course for boys in Natchitoches, Au- a gust 16-20, inclusive, announces W. d C. Abbott, state boys and girls club hi agent. This it is expected that 150 th boys from Natchitoches and the sur- ins rounding parishes will attend. The expenses of the boys attending the short course will be six dollars. The Normal plant will be turned over to the boys for classroom work anti h recreation. A carefully arranged schedule of work on agricultural sub jects has been planned. pi "I attended the first short course held in Natchitoches," said Mr. Ab bott, "and found that it was well at-do tended and that the State Normal be School was admirably adopted for the is holding of such courses." th MILPLIONS LST, IN SPOILED be SPOILED SWEET POTATOES CI Millions of dollars worth of sweet potatoes rotted this past season due it to lack of proper storage facilities, di according to M. Hull, of the Exten- s sion Division, Louisians State Uni versity. "These potatoes rotted be ase they ere tered in earth banks at or put on the round in small epstn I and covered with dirt instead of be Sing stored rM properly constructed y hoseses," says Mr. Hull l in IndiatiOns are that the output of b, Sthe current season will be far in ex- li ces of previous years. With this in b mind the horticultural department Ihas insugrated a sampaign for the erection of a eraget hoeom on every h Sfarm in Louiissa. Plans and speci- y r ications are offered free to everlye r farmer who makes request for same. SlPersonal assistance will be given dur Sing the constraetio of the house and . tlhrohout the euring peod of the r potatoes. More than fifty such houses were erected in the state the past ear and without a sinoe exception i Swer attended with splendid sucess. tIn a number of istancs abandoned a tenant houses or other beildinp t Swere converted iato stora houses. SThis his reeommended wrhere suchb . buildings are available as they can us drally be remodeld at mull pense.. r "The storeae houe, in addition to Skeeping the potatoe s a minimam !of ioss from decay, posuess the fol Iownma advantares: S"The oering proem aprtoves the flavor of the potatoes and make t"em Amore rlable. "The expense ad labor of maklt the dim btaks eamca yar is donte away "Thae bey E an e Waterd and the a potato iemeMi dsrira wdt or cold weather. This isn't pptheible with . dirt banks. ".Tle bouse can be usead for storl ge of other frm produce after the I el grodnl of th potatoes." r, "TEI KNII~" T w Knite," AlSe Brnda' Sen-' SMet Pkturf, will be shwn at the 1 SLyric Thtr i Tall~h next Pri L |f tet dramati~ u tbe srmne ed by .kbrt G. Vilnol, td pro-i ! ,dutes give Mir Brdy, a Hate i tettrt, a meet appeallnI role in " vlade attats the hihe s point ame a a pstrapr of Spap)rtiti c plices, Stella Hill and Jimmy Bris tol; she is drugged with ether and carried to one of the upper rooms of the house. In the meantime, Dr. Manning's work is the rubject of co:nplaint t,, the District Attorney Scott by *v era! men and women, who insist that the surgeon is forcibly expe;.r.eit-, hg upon his .ati nt-. Scott Ir~"e"~t';: that these researchts art a great boon to mankind, but promm:. s to inves tigate. Later that evenir.g Manning a!nd Mary Lou wait for Ka*te at the h, tel, greatly worried oa'r her rnon-:J, 'pearalce; Mary ren:err.bers the for tune teller's advertisement. They ru-h for "i I to the horme of Mereiit, the doctor's lawy'"r, where they r,,eet Her his 'iter. Dr. Louise, and the butle:, Ellis, who is a secret service agent. it's lie ,:oes ah'ad to ir.vestigate. At n.idnight they rr.'et his outsi:e Var of the fortune-tellesCa house, in real-, or 1 Kty a notoriius vice headquarters, to which he has traced Kate; they break In I into the den; bind Stella ard Jimmy, aad arnd locate the hiding place of the drurged girl. Dr. Louise restores her Crl to cor.ciousne5s, but she does not di,. recognize her finace or recall what has happened. Manning, ea;raged, Ca wants to kill Jimmy and Stella, but Meredith reminds him of his life- Ca, work, and the scientist in him is ig E spired with the opportunity to ex- 5 periment on these two persons-to wr.ake the worthless pay for the worthy VIC and perhaps afford the means to save countless sufferers. Back in the sunny South, under the mfnistrationn of Dr. Louise, Kate regains her health and later recalls her terrible experience; she feels doomed to lonliness, as the tealeaves foretold, but Manning assures her of that her martyrdom is over, and that indirectly through her suffering she has brought about * discovery of a ta cure for a hitherto incurable disease the which he made him famous. And the i sh consents to share his fame with pui him. Pe* Pipe, and fittings.-Rayville Sup Dc ply Co. toe se tea b- When the baby is suffering the ma t1 double affliction of hot weather and wit Al bowel disorders, the remedy needed Tr! it is McGee's Baby Elixir. It reduces the fevesish condition, corrects the stomach and checks looseness of the Mt bowels. Sold by Guenard-Lucas Drug ma S Conmapy. is Fo et Don't wish for prosperity, rave for ten e it. Salt something saftly away every re e, day. Every one sheould have a bank 1e n- account and some Savings Stamps. - If you sit in a cool draft when you 1 iks are heated and get a stiff neck or Ia lame beak, you will be looking for ye m- something that will ease your pain. te; ad Fix your mind on Ballard's Snow Lin- sa intent and don't be talked out of It of because it is the best pain relieving otr ex- liniment you can get anywhere. Sold ha in by Guenard-Lucas Drug Store. to at of he A Liberty Bond is an ever-present e try help in time of trouble. Hold on to a Ti- your Bond. Buy more at the pre at try eat low market price. gl r- $1 0 Rwsrd, $1 the teaders eo this paper wil be pleased to lears that there is at least hi sos one deaded disease that science has tr beea able to cure in all its stages and a that fs estarrh. Catarrh belan greatly ion tbameace by edastitmtkai eoadiltlis cd relures eostltutional treatment. Hali's *C t Me4iecne is taken laternally and ad ts tru te ood on the Mueous sur faces of the grtem thereby destroing gs the femadatoa eat the diseae. giing the c wret. Tbe prepietors have is mucd aith in the curative power of Hair us-Castarr Mediciae that they < er One Huamdre4 Dollars r ay ease that It tlI to Ads wr. 1. . tREIY CO.. Toled am Col- ORDINANCE NO. IS the Be it ordained by the Mayor and m Board of Aldemen of the Village of * Tallulak D I That on and after the 8th day of D ay May, 1916 it shall be unlawful for P person or persons, while withic t tfie eorpoato limits of the Village of a Talnulab, to run any automobile or It miles per hour and it shall be un lawful for any persaon or persona while within the corporate limits of sq the Village of Tallulah, to run an: au ogom ao eaqouognw qas ralun a qsp z!e as 10o)o 1o opqotuolnw i 1 be equipped with head light orl lantern. Be t further ordained by the SMayur and Board of Aldermen of the Village of Talulah. That any puusen or permsons violat aing any of the provisions of this or dinance sharll be guilty of mis- 9 In deemeanor and upon coanviction shall II pay a fine of not less than Five 11 S($5.00) Dollars and net mee than teOne Hundred ($100.00) Dellars lad in default of paymet ef ad su a - u- s~af im m for net leet than ie dasf ad set mere than tbrty i days, at the diseretion of the Mayr. 8ALE8MAN WANTED.-Lubri - caetur ol, gre, paint, specialties, * whole or part time. Commission b Sis. Stmples free. Men with car or Lyri. Writo for the nttractive terms. l a rRefirade efing Ce., Cleveland, PI ,jata t all klnda-Rayville Sup- t ip The vrk esm the town treetb is J upBumnin uleely. It shuld et be 'an tublel get ever the town ilumbpteeme eatsa -- a ei *edAmb I t Here's a soft hat that's a bird. It's game anywhere. e Various s!':des of gray, of tan, green or blue. ,o k In derbies all the new blocks, straws S' and panamas. in r Crown and rims suited to your in t diidual knob. tt i, Caps and evening dress silk hats SC'ones, umbrellas, suitcases. Warner & Searles Co. s VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI INVESTMEfTS MUST Bt SnADVISED, SUPERVISOR OF HIGH SCHOOLS SAYS "e 'Texas schools where puptls are not A taught the neces~i'y of ih-ng within s their in(otr.ep are failing to j'j.'tify id the;r existence. as they do not prepare th pupils to be efficient citizens." said Peyton Irving, Jr., State Supervisor of High Schools of the Department of Ed u ucatloa." State Superintendent B!n ton bs enthusiastically approved the' teaching of thrift in all schools and he most of the teachers are co-operatin., d with the Savings I;visio of the U. 8. ed Treasury in this work. es "But mere preaching Id sat teaching he thrifts" he poluts out "Wlien pupils have been taught to be e. the job is not eomplete; they. ug must be shown how to invest. And it is here the moral question inatrudes. For so e sate and certain, guaran or teed-not-to-lose securities, must be ry recommended, for one can no more nk learn wise investment without buyain seeurit'es than one can maaster phys, aes without a laboratory. Local tn ve.rtment abound; there hI so dearth on of persons to take a pupil's money and or give a graven gilt certifcato therefor.,j or Yet to teacher could afford to c.barac in. terize a local oil company as as na In- safe investment. It "Under these circumstances pattri ng otism and high ethical ideas join id hands with common sense. The thing " to do is to recommend the purchase of War Savingsnp 8tamps and Repgi.ter. ent ed Treasury Savings Certificates. They are always worth snore than they cost; they can be converted into cash t at the postoffce any time at a profit, and what is more, their ownership gives, under skillful teachting. a senas of ownership in the government, part nership In the nation, that can not 1 at but ilprove the civic pride and pa has trotism of our young citizens, boys ! and lgirls who will in a dozen yers control the destiny of the audao." CIVIL WAR BONDS ROSE S$26.9 IN NINE YEARS LIBERTIES BETTER YET: "olders of Liberty Bods who sre inexperienced tin dealing in securities hare beesn frequently stampeded into d 4lling their bonds because they have of fallena below the face vale." aitd Dlasmore W. Hume, Federal Ditrict of Director of Savings for the Eleventh for Pederal Reserve District. "When hir they recall paring $100 for a bond that of cam be bougt in the market for less, or they are alarmed, fearlng they made a bofad lnvestment and not infrequently have been induced to trade their goe Un' ernment securities for those of 3less e certafi ,valte es the prmse e of hilher a? "Bonds will not remain at the pres pa eat low prices. Civil war bo'nds sold nu iu 168 for $81.2I, nine years later or they brought $108 10, an tncrease of $2.90 on each $100 bond, or a raise theof 33%. No one who knows anythting the of our history can be blit tothe faeet that the country is on a sounder anua etl beas than tn 1868 ad every Indl cation points to a greaster Increase in o'- pr of Libertl Bonds than Civil als- War bonds ever enjoyed. Wherefore. hall tf those who bousht LUberties beesunse ivc tlry wanted to support the govera hn maet have a8 much Inanctrt uade a standing - thy have petrletism, they ha wilt (rb every dt they a carry a t pnseet mauket low prices they se investments per excellence." irty 0IRI. 13FF 5 OFTIAI Ibri Ylu,. SAYS raIOUUsT ha or "The ndfirvduat who has eittlvatd ra. e habi of thrift ad seiing penree bd4 beedem bse. naneial wryigs, the efrt gves a visin e tisher and ket. ter thilns that makne his heart recep tte to the Gept? wrlts Dr. George W. Trqes iputor ot the First Baptist Cmrdt of DMla. kr. Truett, who is -is a in Umuga rar aconferaee dl puahese bm ThruS and war sySeav a t-m ine etese. Theaers 8e * i hay bmedn rested a -em S aiity Merchandise, Coupled with Pronpt Seicp nd ,'. Pric. Send usi Sedu- ORDER GOODS COMPANY ORDER i pFICE TO 1 Valley's End of the Season Clearance Sale Our Final Reduction Sale Gives your Dol lar a New Buying Power EVERY DOLLAR YOU SPEND DURING THIS SPECIAL SELLING PERIOD REALLY DOES THE WORK OF TWO. THE REASON IS CLEAR. WE HAVE RECOGNIZED NOTHING IN OUR RADICAL PRICE.SLASHING BUT THE IMMEDIATE NECESSITL OF DISPOSING OF I ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE. THE ASSORTMENTS ARE NOT COMPLETE BUT THEY REPRESENT SO MUCH OF VITAL INTEREST AND SUCH EXTRAORDINARY VALUES THAT LIVELY SELECTION IS EXPECTED THROUGHOUT THE PROGRESS OF THE SALE. WHERE PRICES ARE QUOTED IN THIS SALE THEY REPRESENT THE VALLEY'S REGU. LAR PRICES WHICH ARE LOWER THAN ANY IN VICKSBURG. SALE PRICES MUST THEN REPRESENT AN ENORMOUS SAVING TO THE THRIFTY. Sale GoOds Strictly Cash. Every Sale Must Be Final. Shop Ear;y Sale Starts Saturday, August 7th The Bynri Yann Store Will soon be opened for business in Tallulah Half of the Stock is Sold!. ! Only half the stock is still open for subscription. Stock will, in all probalilty, be sold soon. Mr. T. F. WARD has been selected as manager. ' For stock at $35.00 per share see or phone SMr. Rutledge, at Commercial Hotel oaf Keep from Malaria Chills and Fever or You Can Do It c With db it 1t NANFeWNEHAW Wil INDIAN IK3Daa.a AND LIVER TONIC Prlce . .. $1.OO Your I ey Back Sif not Satisfied Solud d Mus br I Bloom-Sevier Drug SCLm.pay, INc. O TMLUIM, LOUISIANA. - - 1 Select What You Want ! COMi IN AND SEE OUR STOCK BEFOR: GOING SOMEWHERE ELSE TO BUY YOUR GOODS. OUR STOCK IS FULL ALL THE TIME AND WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SNOW IT TO YOU. YOU CAt! GET JUST AS GOOD MATERIAL AND PRICES HERE AS ")OM ANY MAIL ORDER HOUSE Max Levy & Compan Tallulah, Louisiana HARDWARE AND FAR IMPLEMBNTS If you are in the market for dependable Hardw or Farming Implements, it will be to your inteC ests to get our prices before buying elsewh for what you need in this line. Stoves, -Ranges, Charcoal Burn Garden Hoes, Rakes, and Plows TALLM IAMWE & FURNITURE k-.