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ohm Ut 1921. bm own "iiil Mtn· ~w -.r mert sa is jes as aslr isbi ut~bea *orr 60 " ot N. -1 jgmp of. MICKIE SAYS -a-@U ALeS ' 1a 4 YthtI'N 'W '40Y . " . taie A, Al ,t.h't , Ws cSt a *oam" homes 'ss wit eoa' Ma aw fH IS, o II oU T, Pi ' an e read for 8a g Is At,' euntry may be laid to the doors of - lot of jues o have ade i e erimnas to e away withou i ha mant s we who kn PJthe lo the ortud women the Ger mass oave rad for a lte time is that ll t heops are takin over breweries in occupied territory. The chief cause of crime in this r lot of judgeso who have made it easy r L*c rim inals to get away without t pIanishment SThat an is wise who knows that ithe loter he stdies women the less i' kI who ebeut the. w s 1ah* tn reas we can't ndear thea t` one of peace cJeep is becaue we'r .iso sua5h 'alsee bilg aw tetms" .ship The same fellow who compasI the beige paper has aofinr to a -is l oe wise teslers loaudest ws r i" a dy lte in gettiny to bia. I a . 4 qdv to t6 ope is not to -wk for happies until someone .,,be*IWt * a a samrlr "It hLer tding we an't uadeatand S nsriis i -hr t he tre at p <kis er gts stea anate *4$I *,e a ON et dd Im 0 . earsons .. live, be says. "Pear trees especially should be pruned and trained in the stmmer time," says Mr. stimoniak. "As soon as the new shoots row twelve inches or so in -length, cdillp off the end growth and repeat two or three time till about the middle of July. This will eheck the abnormal wood growth and cause the tree to be more fruitful. This should be done every season, while the tree is growing. Watch the tree carefully and regulate the new growth. Be sure to look out for the insects and diseases. Examine the tree at least once a week especially at the time when the new tender shoots be gin to develop."-L. S. U. Press Bulletin. METHODIST REVIVAL Revival begins in the Methodisi Church of this plaee, Sunday May 1st. The pastor will conduct the services until May the 4th, when Rev. D. E Kelly and his brother, John Kelly will have charge of the meeting. We extend a cordial invitation tc the public to come and help us is this good work. Rev. Kelly is the Conference Evan gelist of the Miisdmippi Conference sad a preaher of note. Mr. Job REb will have charge oi the song servie and is a splendi comittist. We are looking forward and pray ing for a great revival. REV. H. W. CUDD, *Preacher in Charge SHEI:FF SALE State of Louisiana, Parish of 2apicles 13th Judicial District Court. AUSTIN WESTERN MACHINERT COMPANY VSa No. 1263; FRANCIS T. CONSTANT By virte of a Writ of Piert acia to me directed from the Honorable Thisteeth Judiciel District Court fo the Parish of Rapides aforesaid, h th above entitled cause, I will pro eeed to l)l, ht seble auetion, at the door of the Court Hoeme In the tow of Tallulah, in Madison Parish, Lou Siina, aon the seconed e Satoed athe 14th Day of May SA. D., 1911, between the hours pre serbed4 by law, au the right, tile ter I inturem of Prancis T. Constant in ar to th following desribed property h t..wltt S e" Austin aodes--ad CG4er FI. fl lumber 3409 seised in the abov emit., Term of bSles ewtthLith be 0Li es is, i f. .Isibon Is, maR 8 s, ts. I ,°i ____________ Per Migh k an A.ease brenbemge am doing a a s Mn t b.umso . wth wev . - ,ed eoi maF teemges e aotr, sy ý-n o e am t eem tib evufep as s -P onrumet s a rIs* as st s pee d mahid f 1.em,. rO Sis teeadft lai- ,a ihi r s 4st. seas w so.n a P6GW, t.h.se si pz sane '414 Aall if' -il 41Ut ageds the l*4*z**ta any sm dr:i-JSt ~CI~ this Ordinance are as follows: On bulls and stallions Five ($5.00) i Dollars each. On. hones, mules, cattle, goats and sheep, etc., One ($1.00) Dollar each. And where said stock is held for twenty-four hours, or longer, the charges for kedping shall be One, ($1.00) Dollar per head per day. And where said stock remains un-I claimed at the end of seven days, then said stock is to be sold at public sale, or as much thereof as may be necess ary to pay such penalties as my be attached at the time of said sale, as per the rates provided herein. Section 4. Be It Further Ordained, etc., that this Ordinance shall take effect three full days from the date hereof. Adopted and approved May. 6, 1019 R. BURNEY LONG, Mayor. J. M. SEARLE. Clerk. THE FLAPPER "Ginger" King is a Small town girl of sixteen, who has been rather too strictly raised, and aspires to a know ledge of the world, and its wickedness, in a very youthful manner. She is sent to boarding school. After she arrives there, she does her best to im press upon her school mates the depth of her sophistication. A rather mysterious stranger rides by the schoil. The girls all think him very interesting and romantic. There is a boys' millitary school adjoining and as "Ginger" looks over the wall she sees a boy of her own age who has just taken a severe falL She runs to his aid. He asks her !o go sleigh riding with him. She does and so be comes separated from him, meeting the mysterious stranger who has rid en past the schooL He takes her home. She tdlls him that she is twenty years old, and he invites her to a dance at the Country Club. She goes dnd the mistress of the schcol follows, and discloses the fact that she is only sixteen. When they return to school, they find that a robbery has been com mitted. One of the girls, a crook, ha? been posing as a school girl for the purpose of theft. She has gone away with a cor.ieder~'e. "Ginger" goes to New York an ha: t way home. There she meets the two croolks,and, inspired by a wish tc d Isee the wort) in ail its wickedness, is Spersuoede by them to ye to a cnbaret. Here the mysterious dtranger seas I her, and leasrn her i ace of residence. The erooks hove to make a quicb get-an y. They leave a great quantity . iof Jewelssad Ou clothes with "Gin-I ger." The epeemositof these artidles * her with a siatt'h notion. She dons them and gtes badh to the -ieu of her hor:e town, where she pter' as * wisls& wmar ets therworld, and ties to convin es ae' her .'beier asoe ciates of the fact that she is a rained woman, The mysterious strotser comes ti the town, and susaecion fais up ; him as the one who led the "Flapper' . astray. The crooks come there t . get back their booty and are trapper a "Ginger" then efoasses that th- I Swhole tl ir a j.ei, and that she is st nearI y as bad as shbe pretende' , to. be, de!atli g that ebe eares t' Im ~ae th' . more to do with the I wscit and tit wickedness. "The l·'s is a nr Sejlsoel - " ,. kw Oln ve Theasm, Inc be prestc at Iyric Theatre .iday, . - -, 1 • . 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