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-Journal of Madison Parish
Journal of School Board.
1 Journal of Levee Bonrd.
1 J.urnal town of T.a'ulah
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KOIR'iI S,'N('tatt . I'diitor.
S.IJan. 10. 1903, iat 'T'nllu
* La.. aq4 Pfon1d-clnas msil
, under AlI of (Congr'ss
March 3. 1879.
JOURNAT, iv not re'p,,n.sil l for l
ai opinionl, of.'oricspi,oniients
asg i its c..lulns.
AH.L ., JANUARY 1, 11:1. inj
e Fofittth Fariuer's I)e mo i
tion Conference will lhc hel. hi
ton Rouge from, .Janaryr i;tl is
th when all the railroads l
give a special aate of one cli
one-third plus twenty-five ot
- for the rounil trip.
purpose of this conference di
extend and intensi.ly the in- de
tion of the participants In
the line of hreeiting and or
ng beef cattle, dairy cattle, ra
and poultry ; the use of im- of
farm implements rotation It
p, preservation of soil fer- or
and hastening the solution No
blem in home economics th
the discussions will he led by ar
,innt specialists tomju dif- to
t sections of the United in
and the College of Agri- of
;of the L. S. U. This will tu
t value to all the far Ye
we trust that a great or
m this p.rrlsh will at- of
T the annual banquet of the Sons od
ea On2ha in New York city. te
A•t whbh organization be Is la
Sprtsldent. Mayor William J. a,
tilked feelingly of his boyhood pI
the farm where be was born
"-be declined to dignify It
g of It as a village-called
" eleven miles from Utl- Ci
* .. .
- 0 UCRoor, ATTrraE )i 5 eTW
fMATOM WEI A WOY. b
.e alq, entertined them with a
n of the district school,. "
heard schoolhouse as innocent of
reow as it was then." which he 1
of bhIs hearers attended.
a hard place," he maid. "It
hard school. We worked bard. I
ate little, and we didl not al- I
- ve enough to eat either. The I
lena of those days will ulways I
with me. not only the hardships I
but the Joys of them too-the
f Utlng and the Joy of workinlg
. the knowledge of the grat men
lived there. Mly father was the
oud great admirer for many
of Rosece Conkiling. I shall newv- I
felget the firut time I saw hib. I
to Utkia with my father--lt was
aet event in my life to visit Utica
al we went to the courthouse. I
Coakling was pleading a salt I
the New York Central rallroad. a
was the pletuare of beautiful youolng t
for he was then approaching (
life-the bandsomest man I t
t then and I think tonighbt made
the Almighty since he made Adam. 1
'. "It was beautiful to look at him and
btear lm speak and see the poise of t
body and the grace of his manner
Registered Jrsey BuN
ilm fox No. 94839
This bull i. by Fox's "Johnnie
O'Dreamwold" No. s, 143.
Dam: "McC. I.auI" No. 148,1:5
Solid Color; Illek tongue and
_ith; Eighteen months old. I
. Breeder: Prof. A. D. Mct;y, Agri
turals & Mechanical College, Stsrk
l Yip, Miss.I
lFox wil make season
at my barn in Tallulah, La.
$3.50. Stridly Csb la Advance.
- t aceptisas. Privilege of retrs.
W. M. SCOTT.
keL rurnad if we faii!. Any one sending
n"r' aesr:i':ion of any invention wir
tey vrive "r op.uioa fee cocernring
- ss&lity ot uun- "Uor to obtalin a
" tat suy rtcuc.t. Ul'tents srcured
s a idverused .r s:e at our egpenve. m
t aketk oat nt : muls u receive precinl
S t rcha..trge. in TH PA'C4T RiCcORA. C
rtch and rt, e!v crc'c.lted jCuwae.. Sc
_= agpittEpy F..AL Addrcs,
. CTO'.RI . rfVAS a CO. b
President McCormick Makes a o
Reply to Charges. or 'i
HE DEFENDS THE ORGANIZATION H
Statement Isseed in Connection with on 1
the Government's Suit to Die sai
solve Irternaticnal Har- towl
Sester Company. ado
The government filed a dissolution lice'
- suit in the federal court at St. Paul, ous
.r linn.. April "0, against the Interna- "1
tional Ilarve-ter company, alleging Sia
violation of the Sherm:un law and mak
Ing the general charges that are e:s
tomiary in a bill of this kind, and ask
ing for whatever reliefs are consid
ered necesary :y the court. The bill
is a ve.ry long one and therefore can
not he reproduced, but it sets forth.
in effect, that the Hlarvester company
I Is a monon,oly in restraint of trade,
has used oppressive methods in forc
ing its agents to h'ndle its goods ex
C clusively, etc. To these charges Pres- 1st.
Ident Mc('ormick has made the fol- a
"The International Harverter case C
'e differs radically In its facts from all 2nd
the so-called 'trust' cases heretofore a
decided under the Sherman law. The
ts International Hartester company was li
I organized in 1902 for the pulposs of d
securing economy in the manufacture 3rd,
and sale of harvesting machinery, and a
- of Increasing the for-ign trade. It a
had no water In its capitalization, and d
It has earned only a reasonable return v
r- on its capital,--less than 7 per cent lI
per annum on the average. The prices. i
of its machines are now cubstantially al
S the same as in 1'02, notwithstanding S
iy an Increase of 15 per cent in raw ma- the
terial prices and 30 per cent in wages. be
The company has caused a large savy- sai
d Ing to American farmers in the cost 8t11
of agricultural implements. It has in- wits
creased the foreign trade In agricul- as I
11 tural Implem:cnts four-fold In nine ous
r years; its foreign sales In 1911 were and
over $42,000,000. It has not sold cheap- S
cr abroad than at home. Its treatment thi
t- of Its customers, its employes, its aSu
agents and its competitors has been her
in accord with the highest standard 191
of ethics and hcnoratle business meth- .
op ods. To the farmers it has given bet- W.
y. ter service and better machines; to
Is agents and dealers, a less hazardous
- and fluctuating business and to its em. I
ud ployes it has given higher wages, Im- Ira
13 proved and sanitary working condl- an
Lions, insurance against sickness, aso the
t. cident and old age, and a share in the Sel
"The charges of misconduct found cal
in the bill have been met and dis- pul
proved by the company in other cases;
and they will again fall, because they
are untrue. The supreme court of
Missouri, in a suit in which those
Scharges were fully gone into. said: exl
"'On the whole, the evidence shows be'
that the International Harvester co.- dir
pany has not used i's power to oppress by
or injure the farmers who are its cue- lt
"And again: tiel
ra "'The price of harvesting machines oc
hemas not increased in proplortion to the Lhe
l a increased cost of construction or the I
.. increased merit of the machines, and
: of respondent has brought other farm im- tIe
he plenments into tradr."
" 'The evidence also shows that the
'It machines man :fpctured ny the Inte,
rwi national Harvester con-pany have been
al- greatly improvc in quality and the
The item of repair material has been re- as
sys duced in price and placed within closer dc
ups reach of the farmer.' Pt
-the "The organi-ers of this company lig
lug acted und',r the advice of able counsel, h
nen and In the sincere be.ief that they g
the were violating no law. If under later
any decisions it should be held that the m
e- law was violated, it could only be in
I through the ereation of a power to op
ras preas which has never been exercised
tics "More than aix years ago the com- th
ase, pany saslted for its investigation by the c
lmt United States government, and opened iL
ad. all Its book3 and records for inspec
uag tion, and furnished all Informa:lon re
Ong quested. No suggestion of any change
I tirtttbmbusless methods has been made i
ade to it by the government at any t!me. *
mm. Recently, a full and frank discuss!on th
iud Iof the whole situation has been had 1
of ~etweea the representti:ve's of th gov- p
ner ernment and the comp:any, in an hon- in
est desire upon both sides to avoid
litigation. Some plan may yet be
fomud which will obviate the necessity ]
of any protracted litiga'ion by satls- I
fying the claims made under the Sher- to
_ man act wl:hout serio:s:y impairiag a
the economic adian'ages and benefits I
ni secured by the crgan;zation of this
eo'iwnly. No fo~m of reorgan!latlon
,115 aowever. was suge'erted by the govern
and meant which seemed pract:ical'y pos
- "The government has been careftl tl
Sto avoid embarrasn:csment to the fo:e!gn CI
rk business from the iitigation: the bill it
makes no at'ack npon, and see' s no JI
on ch bange in, the export business of the ,
company. The filing of the bill will
* In no way interfere with the company's
ce. carrying on Its business the same as
All thle latest mnagazines now
on suhl at the New Drug Store. fr
S DISSOLUTvn ON NOTICE.
Tallulah, La., July 18, 1912
red The planting partnership hertofore ti
conductted under the firm name of Me t.
an C lellan &.eo!t has this day been dia- 1t
s.. solved by mutual consent. Mr. W. hi.
Sottt has purchased the plantation ir. I P
teret and will continue the planting
jul> 27*12 J. T .i cCLL L; L.
Proceedings of Poice Jury. s
Wedr'e:day, Dec., 18th, 1912. peal
The Police Jury convened in called effec
session, pursuant to adjo ,rnment. F. Lion,
L. Maxwell, Presiding, all Wards be- A,
ing du;y represented (except Wards 6 w.
and 7, mem!,er. resigned.)
I On motion: of Mr. Hewees the reading O;
of the mim:uVs of the previous meeting lowi
was d;spm.,sed with. adol
On motion ,of Mr. Devine the Mort- A
gage give t by DMr. F. L. Parker due ing
N I;:omury est, 11913. to the Pliee Jury, gas
for the dieferred payments due on the Gad
Parish Farm, the payment of which B,
wts extende.d one year from their date ti,
on the condition that the interest on stal
said notes be paid to January ist 1, 1913. pert
On mntion of Mr. Spann,, the fol- brol
towing Ordinance was unanimously in t1
ORDINANCE NO. 4,3. said
Regulating the sa;e and fixing the ofa
u license-itx on the retailing of spiritu- the,
ou, an::d malt liquors for the year 1913, lars
a* as provided under existing laws of the ! Ka
tg Stae: in J.
k. (EC. I. Be it ordained ty the Police fall
s. Jury of the Parish of Madison, that mer
k. for the business of conducting a
d- bar-room, or other place where dial
ll spirituous, malt or vinous liquors O
are mold or retailed, as provided ing
h. under the existing laws of the A
ly State, and the same is graded and ceni
e. divided into the following class, B
c. based on the amount of annual of $
x. gross receipts, to-wit: evel
,. 1st. W'hen said gross ainnal receipts ann
1. are twenty thousamd domllars or unde- low'
said amount tl.e liquor-tax shall be O
Be One Thtusand Dollars. On
2ll 2nd. When said gross annual receipts on
re are over twenty thousattd dollas or a ti
he unider thirty thousand dollars, the lars
as licenses shall be Fifteen Hundred .
of dollars. '9
re 3rd. When said annual proFs receipts BoB
Id are over thiry tt.oue.atd dollars, the W.
It said lim-enc-s shall be two thousand
id dolldrs; provided tht for -lling
- vinous or matt liquors exclusively in
at less quantities than five gallons, the
es . licens- shall be one half o: the above
ig SEC. 2. Ie it famrther ordained that
,a. the provisions requiring applheations to
s. be mane to this Board for carryiog on
v. said liquor traffic, so to publish tie
st same prior to the lst. January next, ses
U. when said license are due; be construtd ]
,l. as not applying to such as have pri.vi
ae ously had the permission of the Board
re and eo4ductsd said husiiness.
p. SEC 3. Be it. furth'r ordained that 1
at this ordidance take an !ifect from and J.
Its after its adoption; and thin the licenses Hi
en herein required go into effect Ist Jan.,
:h- Adopted Dec. 18th, 1812.
et- W. H. HARVY, P. I.. MAXEt.L,
to Secretary. Piesident*. ill
us ORDINANCE NO. 484. tihl
m. Levying a Parish license-tax upon ith
m- trades, occqpations, and profefessions,
dl- and an advalorem tax of Nine Mills for or
mo the support of the Parsh Government W(
he Schools and etc. and under Ar ticle 291 nit
of the Constitution levying a per
d capita of $1.00 for the benefits of the sr
ds- public roads and b idges and fixing
! penalties and the manner of enforcing
of same. to
se Whereas, the Budget of the probable
expenses for the calendar year 1913, has W
we been duly puhlished and notified aser- re
M. ding to law; Therefore be it ordained an
ess by the Police Jury of Madison:
ut 1st. There is hereby levyed upon all to
persons or business firms and corpor.- su
tins pursuing any trade, prosssion, he
se occupation or calling of businsas (except at
the the usin:ess of retailing spirituond or
the nalt liquores which i elsewlhere provi
ad led.fir.) a parish heiense which is
Im- hereby fixed at theim rate of 100 per cent SI)
of the State license tax, as particularly a!
te cet forth and graded under exstiag ,
the Se.3. Be it further ordained that
re- an advalorem tax of Nine Mills on tne
:ser dollar of the assessed valuation of all I(
property situated in this Parish and tr
Iii listed and taxed under existing laws of
sel, the State is hereby levied for thie year In
hey 1913 for tie support of Parish Govern
te ment ald paying its expenses; includ
be ing two mills thereof for the benefit of Ii
,, the publio Schools of this parish
ed SEC. 4. Be it further oldained, etc., j
tm- that a per capita for the purpose of
the constructing, maintaining and repair
ned ir.g the public roads and bridges of this
ne oarish, of one Dollar per annum is St
Shereby levyled and to be ot llecte6 dur- nt
ade ing year 1913 from each able bodied
me. male inhabitant of this pirish betweet I
!on the ages of 18 and 55 yeats; and that
had 1i such persons failing or refusing to
ov- pay such per capita tax after due de- a
on- imand therefor by tlie Tax Collector, 1
old shall be criminally proceeded against t
it by. the District Attorney or Grand
s lury, and upon conviction condemned b
ter- to pay a fine of not less thtan five dol
in arse nor more tlha, twenty dollars, in
afits lefanilt thereof imprisonment or sen- ol
this enoced to work on thie public road or C
Ion ork of the Pam lshfor a period :ot ex
• eeding thirty days, and that the said
:Ines whent collected shall be paid into
etl tlte Parish Treasury and placed to the
cign ered: of the Road and Bridga fund. ti
bill It is also made the duty of each Police t
no Juror to furnish to the prosecuting C
the ricer, time names of all as aforesaid,
wllho fail or refuse to pay said per capita
SIEC. 5. Be it further ordained ete, I
That the rate of'tleation herein speci- V
fled shall be extended by the Assessor
low upon the tax Rolls fur 1913, and that he
)re. furnish the Tax Collector a list of all
persons liable for said per capita tax,
giving also place of residence.
912 SEC. 6. Be it further ordained that y
fore the parish License tax and advalorem1
Me I tax shall be collected and enforced and
di all bear the same penalties as now'1
r provided under existing State laws. r
ing SEC6 . 7. Be it further ordained that 9
the Tax Collector in his report of col
". lections to this Board, sall also furnimh
S crrte tia4kaw of ansmot ce-!lected
Ion account of Road and Bridge tax. Pg
SEC. 8. Be it further ordained that
all ordinances in conflict herewith, re
pealed and that this Ordinance take
effect from and after date of its adop- TI
Adopted December 18th, 1912. te
SW. IH. HARVEY, F. L. MAXWEI.L, he
Clerk. President. he
O 0n motion of Mr. Clarke, the fol- T. F
lowing Ordinance was unanimously Char
adopted: I.. H
An urdira'ce prohibiting the throw- TI
e ing or otherwise placing broken bottles then
a gass and other gaibish in the public lows
roads and ditchtes of this Parish. Ionm
i Be it ordained by the Police Jury of War
e the parish of Madison Patish, that it shal
n stall be unlawful for any person or year
persons to throw or otherwise place any Will
broken bottles, glass or other gatbish to bt
Y in the Fubli* roads of this Parish. seco
I nd a:ny persons or persons violating for a
Said ordinance shall be deemed guilty lows
e of a misdemeanor and upon convit on of V
thereof shall be fined tnct sesa Ten Uul- shal
lara nor more than Twenty an. in de- two
M fault of payment of which to be confine I E
in jail not to exceed thirty days and one and
e half of the fine to be paid to the infor- re-e
t mer. Aik
Th:is ordinance to take effect imme- TI
diately after its ado,.tion. wen
On motion of Mr. Spann, the follow.- TI
ing ordinance was mnanimlnusly adopted an a
dC An ordinance fixing the parish I.- Wat
d censes for Peddlers or Hawkers. the
Be it ordained by the Police Jury "
tl of Madison Parish, La., thaat'each and was
every Peddler or Hawker shall pay an men
annual parish license, graded as fol- tors
e Ohen traveling on foot, Fifty dollars; resil
On hoase-back, Sixty dollars: in a one f
Lorse vehicle, Seventy-five dollars; in the
a two horse vehicle, One )iundred dol- ilal
ilars; On; any kind of a water craft, crd.
dTwo hundr d dollars. fill I
There being no .urther business, the ried
Boar I a,1journei:ed Sine Die. T
W. iH. HARNEY, C.erk. sche
F. L. MAXWEI.L, in t
un- _ -- this
Proceedings Police Jury. o
(RegularrSession.) of r
to Thursday, Jan. 2nd, 1912. ýf t
The Police J:.ry met in regular
t, session pursuant to adjournment. 13o
d Present: lion. F. L. Maxwell, Lall
r pI"eident presiding, Alex Clark, JAS
2nd Ward; W. 11. Hewes, 3rd
at Ward; W. R. Spann, 4th Ward;
ad J. B. Galloway, 5th Ward; A. E. TI
es Hind:, ' t Ward.
Minutes of the previous meet
ing read and adopted.
The finance Cominitte exam
ined and endorsed for payment, P
the follow ing bills aggregating ten
in the sum of $3211,i.37 which was
or dered paidl :t adsutlicient fun a,
nr were apprºpr.atcd for the pay- 1
91 ment of saime. I
r- On notion of fMr. Spann, Mes- \"'
le srs T. P. Kell and Benj Mitchell W.
og were aDpotinited a committee two 1
to locate the Alligator Bridge. tn
>le On motion of Mr. Hewes, Mr. er
as W. M. Scott was authorized t4 "
r- repair the road between l'anoh 01
and the Leonard tract; cost not
all to exceed $50.00. and the said .t,
.. SUnl or as much thereof as may sl
n, be necessary, is hereby appropri- "
or On motion ofI Mr. Spann the A,
i President was authorized to in- t(
nt spect the Alligator Bayou Bridge
rly and whnen fully completed and
na accepted, to pay to thie Stubbs
Bros. Bridge & Iron Works, the
ncs um of $85") and the same to be
all deducted from the original con
atd tractprice on final settlemenit.
of Mr. C. O. Free, Engineer and pe
ear Inspector of Bridges, appeared '
d- Kfre the Bo;ard, and t-n 'crd Sui
of his resignation as such, which rt
was received and on nlotion of awi
t. Mr. Clark, the President was
*of authorized to employ a compe- all
i tent Engineer to inspect the con
is structionof thie several bridges
Ur- now under contract.
led On motion of Mr. Clark, the
en Mule outfit was ordered to report
tt > Malu'ah, and the mules duly
e- ladvertised to be sold on the
or, 16th day of January, at auction p
nt to the highest bidder for cash. fe
ad The Boarl received and opened Lh
Sbids of representatives of ten
in Bridge Conpanies and the bid ,
en- of the Hess Skinner Engineering li
or Co. leing the lowest bid, to-wit
ex- I$5300 for the conlstruction of Ioth
aid thie Montrose and Btll Calf brid
the ges, the contract for the construc
nd. tion of said bridged was let to the
lce said Hess Skinner Engineering
in .. at and for the sum of $O500. T
Tlere being no further busi-t
ness, the Board adjourned Sine a
te, Die. L
W H. H. HARVEY, F. L. MAXWELL,
nor Secretary. President.
a STRAY CATTLE--1 red cows
Sthat has been on range albout 10 b
hat years, marked crop and 2 splits
in left ear and underbit in right. b
ow There is an increase from this [
red cow of 6 head, making head '
h in all.
G. W. CROW & CO.
Proceedings School Board.
e December 20th, 1912.
The Board of Sihool Directors of
Madisor. Parish in caild session on this
the 20th day of Decemb, r 1912, nut in in anN
he office of Superintendent i inton. the Fi
he following members were present: therec
T" F. Wald, President, R. K. Honey; Fifth
Y Chas. C. Aiken, John H. Riley and A.
The new board was orennized and
is then divided into three groups as fol
c Ilowa: T. F. Ward of Ward 4, R. K.
Honey of Ward 2, anp II. P. Purnell of
if Ward 7, compose the first group and
it shall hold their office for a period of sit
or years. John H. hiley of Ward 5, C. E.
y Wi:kinson of Ward 1, and the member
ih to be elected from Ward 6 compose the
second group and shall hold their office
g for a period of four years. A. H. Hol
Iy loway of Ward 8, and Chas. C. Aiken
in of Ward 3 compose ' be third group and
1- s.hall hold their office for a period of
two years. and rr
I Election of 'ificers was next in order thorit
te and resulted in Mr. T. F. Ward being to sai
r- re-elected President and Mr. Chas. C. A. D,
Aiken ele,'ted Vice-l-resident.
D. The minutes of 'he previous meeting N.
were then read and approved.
r- The resignation of MI. John H. Devine
'd as a member of the School Board from
Ward 6 was then read which occasioned
the following motion:
ry Whereas Mr. John H. Devine who
id was on November 5th last, elected a
in member of .he Board of School Direc
1. tors from Ward 6 of this Palish, and
Whereas the said John H. Devine has
1 Resolved that this Board petition
in the Honorable Governor, Luther E.
-1 Hall to declare said office vacant and
t, order a special election in said ward to
fill the vacancy. The motion was car
TIhe matter of opening the negro
schools was next discussed and resulted
in the ioll,,wing resolutiotn:
Resolved that the negro schools of
this parish be opened on the third
Monday of January 1913 for a pe.riod
of three months at a salary of $15 00
icr month and that the selection of
these teachers be left to the President
of this B13 ard and the Superintendent
There being no further Ibusiness the
HIoald adjourned to meet agoan at the
iIT call of the President.
k, JAS. K. I.InTON, T. F. Wann,
rd Secretary. President
E. Town Council Proceedings.
- Village of Tallulah
State of Louisiana.
SI)eec 30th, 1912.
I, Ptirsuant to e:ll of the Mayor pro
tern, the villa:'e Council met this day.
I':esent: W. L.. Darrow, Mayor pro
`terns, W. S. Craig and W. F. Cuithaip,
4I' Aid, mien. Absent: None.
y- The fliloxing petitions were read:
To the Ilon. :Mayor pro tern and
i,'ard of Aldermen of the Village of
Tallulah, the petition of Elward C.
Wolff with due respect presents:
( That petitioner intends to conduct a
e. ttarromn and Drinking Saloon in th:at
Ir. certain building on Depot Street
ns; n- atly opposite the Vicksaurg Shreve
;ort & 'acific Depot, in your said Vi
iage, for and during the year 1913;
lht ihat petitioner is a citizen of the
til .State of I.ouisiana and resident of your
ly said parish of Madison, law tabidtng and u
i if ,god moral character, ar.d not dis*
qualified under the provisions of Act **otr
No. 176 of the Aets of the Gener :t'
e Assemnly of the State of L.ouitiana, o:
ill- 1908, from engaging in said business. Lii
ge EDW.AsDt C. We LF.
n Subshacribed and sworn to before me hep
S this OLh day of Dec. A. D. 1912. ,
F. E. WALLAIx,
:ie Notary Public.
hei State of Louisiana.
l'arish of Madison.
tt. Before me this 24th day of Dec. 1912,
IlI personlll~y oame John II. Stone antd D.
,ed M. Evans, tseput:able citizens of the
State of lonisiana, domociled at Tal
- luh,h in said Parish and Stat;, who,
i(l after being didy sworn, each for him )a
of ,elf and not for the other, on oath says:
ras That affiant Vouchee for the truth of -
. all tire allegatiens of the foregoing pe
Stition, to the best of safflnts knowledge
cs Jonx B. STr:s.
D. MI. EVANs,
te Subscribed and sworn to before me
rt this 24th day of Dee. A. D. 1912.
A. L. SLACK,
ul Notary Public.
te We, a majority of the bona-ida
1011 property holders within three hundred
. feet measured along the street front, of
tei the lroposed location of the B1aroom
ten and Drinking Saloon, for whichl lioen.-e
d is applied in the foregoing petition,
hereby conaent to the granting of such
wit A. E. Adams
tt Adam-Ziegler & Co.
rid- J. i. Johnson, by Jno. B. Stone
Ie. Tallulah. La.,
the Dec. 30th, 1912. I
.g We, the undereigned, constituting a
) majority of the property owners with!in
SThree hundred feet of Lot No. 104 in
usi- the Vi.lage of Tallulah, La., do hereby
ile approve the application of Vincent
Levechia to conduct a retail saloon in
the building now occupied by Haney &
Geo. Spencer, Talhnlah Stat..
Bank, by W. S. Craig, Cashier: :eftf P. .
COW Sityoter, ty Spencer; Ali *· sr isle,
t 10by ( l1*be W. E .'uo ; , e it
ilts field; F. L. Bozeman. t.
SOn motion of Mr. Craig and see- ad4d
t. by Mr. Coltharp, the petitions of Ed-I -
this w ard C. Wolf and Vincent Leveechia I
ead were aecepted.
Jxo. J. DtaL, W. L. DARRonW,
* Clerk. Mayor pro-temn.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF COM.MISSIONERS,
FIFTH LOUISIANA LEVEE D)ISTl:ICT,
Talillah, La., Novemnber l13th, 1911.
f TRESPASS NOTIC('E.
All parties are hereby warned not to cut avny timber or trens of an'y hin, rr
in any manner depredate on the isiands aitnate.l in the .i1,-i-.,ilpi l:;y., , l'g
the Fifth Louisianna .evee Dis)trict Front, fcoml rising the 1.:a-tern, lI,.n'it sr I ".
of the Parishes of East Carroll, Madison, Teosas and t0,r,.ntl,':, or to t, " La
thereon in any way, said islands belonginlg to tie lt,':+. i of C. mmissiCo1n i ftr tihe
Fifth Louisiana Levee District, and detcribd as follows:
Island No. 1 in Township, 23 N. RI. 1 E.
" " 2 " " 2 N. r. 12 E.
t" " 3 " " 2r N. I. 1' E.
S" "4 2 " " 23 N R. 12 E.
S"' 51" " 23 N. R. I . E.
" " 6 " " 22 N. R. 13 E.
f " " 7 " " 21 N. . 13 E.
" " 81" " 2t N. t. 13 E.
" " 9" " g0 N. R. .!d 21 N. R. 13 f.
" " 10 " " 21( N. R. 13 E.
" " II " " 20 N. R?. 1 E.
r " " 12 " " 1 N. I. 1: K.
" " 12,"" " 19 and 21 N. U. 13 E.
" " 13 " " 19 N. RI. 13 E.
S " 14 '- '" 14 and 15 IR. 14 E.
" " 15 " " II N. R. 12 and 1: E.
n" " 16 " 6 N. R 9 E.
" " 17 " " 6 N. R. 9 E.
" , 18 " " 5 N. r. 9 and to r.
S " ' 19 " " 5N. R. 9 and 10 E.
and more particularly deseribed in a survey made under thi. direction anI hbv an
r thority of Gov. N. C. Blancehard, under date of June 71h, 110, 90 l beIin. t i, '. r.d
to said Board i,f Commiani',nera under tie provision of the Art 191 ,if l10': r.,
deciion of the Supreme Court of Louisiana, rendered on the 27th da"y If M1at, L,
SA. D. 1911.
J. T. McCL.EI.T.A.N,
g N. H. LEWIS, Presid-nt Tniard of ('omrmi,- ire ,
Secretary. Fifth LI uiciana Lever Ii-trirt.
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, its accura.y, 'c 5 .* o. .h 3d line.
- I FOR SALE BY
C. C. W. SIG LE, Tallulah, La.
To The Public:
IIt ving purchased the entire Machine and Automobile repair
id iaainee, iachinery, toola, etc. , of E. S. Rlinardt & Son, andI
charg of an expert in his line.t
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,It Berry's Blacksmith & Machine Works,
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. Tallulah, * Louisiana
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