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Social and Perso~a
Mr.Thomas B. Lueas-t Fr'
Mr. Victor Sedden of Monroe,
in the city Thursday. i
The Levee Board members
re all in town this week.
Moving pictures every Thurs.
y and Friday night until fur- t
- _ 1
Mr. M. H. Oolthurp made a
badiness trip to Readland this 4
Mrs. .keo Shields and little
aghter Agnes are visiting her a
r, Mrs. W. H. Harvey. i
Mr. John Selden of Waverly,
a visitor to our town last Sat.
A larg, lot of comic and other t
at I cent each at the Corner i
Store. " -
Miss Ida Nolan has released t
home in favor of Mr. A. '
n, the new owner.
A pretty Vienna Art plate free a
thpurchase ameunting to $2.50
the Tallnlah Dnrg Co; i
A full assortment of maga- a
and the latest novels on
at the New Drug Store. f
Mr. Johnson, the Episcopalian
had services in Tallulah c
Pr. H. P. Herring, our plesan t
is at home again for a a
Mr.Skipper, our new Methodist e
has made a very favor. o
impresmloun upu our people .
:bRer Schafter, of Lake Provi- °
eame down Wednesday t
had services Thursday morn- q
Mn..J. B. Stone returned last d
hem a delightful visit to
sad relatives in Edwards s
ab:+is uNot Major
aind fAmjs lately of
parish, will make their fia
him. in VLcksburg.
r.b Alex l gell of Dockpo t, b
Mr. T. P. Kell of King, were I
o eity this week on busi
'h mamy friends Mr. and Mrs. e
Ob Montgomery will be glad I
hlarn that thye have reLturned
allelah to live.
Ihe aOtholics, assisted by soy- I
ends, are ging to erect 11d
ir gratised to lean thati w
very accomplished young d
MiBarbara mithhe still -
Yallelah better than Delhi. ,
Bernie e. penacer has a
to Baton Rouge where she (
to make a very exteuded
wlth relatives, later visiting <
as for Mardi GrOe. t
a very pleasant stay, cvr
ag friend Migp Mattslt
has returned home, aoomu n
by her Interesting casom
Ida Nolan left this week a
Providence where she L
na the winter. She will
missed by her many
atthe Opera House was
e ach enjeed and was pmt
part of the evening's I
twas the big fe
1eday. The absence of
laIr onea acount of
mush regretapd for
tked (erward with an
ia 4 pslie program.
t magazines now
tha Now Drug Store.
Hog cholera is spreading and in
re.asing its ravages in the State and
this despite the distribution of large
quantities of serum by the Live
Stock Sanitary Board and instruct
ive literature sent out by the same
The increase of the disease is due
in large part to the negligence of
those who own infected herds. To
eradicate it it is ahmolntely essential
to observe sanitary precautions. In
the main these are:
Separation of the well and sick
The burying four feet undergound
of all carcassee; better the burning
Precautions to prevent the 'resad
by dogs, busatrds, water in running
streams, or by persons going from
a sick herd into a lot where well an
imals are kept.
To follow out the sanitary recom
mendations of the Board is as neces
sary are the use of the serum.
It may become necessary, if the
swine breeders of the State do not
comply with the sanitary regula
tions, to restrict the giving of serum
to those who will follow the rules
laid down by the Live Stock Board.
Tbemanufacture of hog cbolera
serum, acording to the method of
the tlnited States Department of Ag
riculture, was begun under the su
pervision of the Louisiana Live Stock
Sanitary Board in 1910.
The results obtained trom the use
of the serum when given in time
and under proper sanitary condi
tion have been gratifying. Hereto
fore, with inadequate appropria
tions, the Board has been unable to
satisfy the demands, but an increase
in the funds available has made it
possible to enlarge the manufactur
ing capacity. For the first time in
its history the Board has a reserve
of 3500 doses of tested serum which
can he obtained by any person who
is losing hags with this disease.
It is the policy of the Board to
send one of its men where an out
bmeak occurs if the aenrices of such
a man is desired. However, a vet
erinarian can be employed to do
the work, provided one resides near
enough for his services to be pro
conured. When the Board sends one
of its men no charge is made for
his services, but necessary traveling
expenses and a charge of one and
one-quarter cents per cubic centi
meter must be met by the owner of
the diseased hop. In im.king re
quests for serum the total approxi
mate weight of the herd should be
given. Twenty cubic centimeters of
serum are required for each hun
dred pounds of hogs.
All communications for serum
should be addresed to Cthe Secret.ary
of the Louisiana State Live StNok
9Saitary Board, Baton Rouge, La,.
EIWE I S I rMT.
(H. . Guthri , in Port Gibson Reveille)
So many have asked for my
method of curing the hams and
bacon shown at the Fair I herewith
give the recipe and ask that you
publish same, although I think it
was printed by you once before.
I try to select acool, dry day with
temperature below 40, but not cold
enough to frees the meat, and
slaughter in the afternoon, hanging
dressed bege in an out house or
shed so as to cool thoroughly.
rly the next morning it is cut
t the ditfesent parts. Farmers
Bulletin No. 183 U. 8. Depart
mant of Agricutggivmes excellent
directioms for this. It is then rubbed
with dry sit sad spread out ona
tables or boardeso as not to
and allow to drain for two
It is then packed in a lean,
Ibarrel, hams in bottom and shbot
des. on top, with sides cut into ba
eman strips and packed in between
the large pieces and eovered with
brine, made as follows for each 100
8 lbs. smlt 2lbs. rowa sugcar
2 es. raspeer I . ms pepper
t1-2 as. ma or pta 5 gallous water
MtI thoromnughly and pour over
the meat. Weight heavily a meat
is kept entirely covered. Lanve in
b e four to dsx weeks aseding
to sla. When taken up, Arld
ban to dryt-one or two da-;
Itbn eiumoke (Ius liquid modi)
and soon as dry or smoked
- wrap in bheavy bmwZt paper
sad eeerwritb tbhin eatt elth.
Make a very thick white-washb and
east th doth touy; hangin
a dry, airy place. I hav kept meat
this wayr over the second summer
without any sisn of spaoiling.
TRY NEW DISCOVERI
fOR THAT COLD.
.ny, LaGrippe, Houraua
stle~dl.mass. a sa
lita mmd splmofyr
tihan of sm* *owo bbeims
hbi?S nhtd :,,r sitc at gr epgame.
mw sakes aM ibrmb us rmsissqss
,a mustwated Miv at h sastawd Smas,
a.ulated by Msmufactbrer ad ImwaeCs.
Scad for samplspy faia Au•dea,
vuo0e a. avame a ee.
swaP 194(ll a, SMm .est" s -
Mrs. Lelia Owen Stratton, LeI
trirer and Organizer of the
Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, with headquatters at
Lebanon, Tennesee, has consen
ted to give her time during the
present month to the Louisiana
branch of this gr.at org: n'zation
and the President of same, Mrs.
A. U. McKinney of Ruston, ha.
arranged for a visit from Mrs
Stratton to Tallulah on nex
Tuesday and Wednesday, 14t.
and 15th instants, in the interest
of the great cause-gospel tern
perence. It is Mrs. Strattoi '
puapose to visit the public schot,
and deliver talks to the pupils
this being her principal work
and she has in this way rca:lhc
over 18,000 children in one yea r
She also wants to meet as man
of the ladies of Tallulahl :i
Madison Parish as she can durii 1
her stay and the general j.u bi
will be igvited to atten i l,
lectures at the School Buildii
on the nights menti ;.:. Mis.
Stratton has been en .ge .1
this great work for a num "e. •
years and has accomplishe ' re:.
.ood in this field of endeavor al(
is a lecturer of exceptional ta
lent. A most interesting evenin
is promised all who hear her.
WANTED-White oak and
cow oak stave bolts. Anywhere
,n Vicksburg, Shreveport & Pa
cific or New Orleans and Nortl
Western Railways. Write fo[
prices and specifications.
Purdntat to a eesolution passed bt
the Police Jury January 2d, 1913,
will sell at public auotion on
Thursday, the 16th of Jan. 191.
at the from door of the Court Hose.,
Tallu:ab, La.# between she hours of II
o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. at.,
twe'v (12) fine m les, being the roea
outft belonging to the Pari., wth
beneflt of appraiuament.
Terms of sale: CASH.
F. L. MAXWELL,
I redsdent Pollee Jury.
We offer Ose Huundred Dollars Re
ward for any ease of Catarrh that can
not be eare by all's C rrh Curf
r. .. ut.manv & Ca., Toledo, 0.
s ,., she underssigned, have known P
J. Ilhnny for theb last I years, and be
,cive him perf. st('t non-able in altlu
daless tr,,s ,'.t..n sd financially able
to carry out any obligations made by
NATIONAL BANK oF COanERCE,
HallsCatarrbCure is taken intc.r:?al.y
acting direetly upon the blood and mu
eons earfeep of the system. Teetimo
nials set free. Pries 75 eonts per bot
tle. Sold by all Drugglte.
Take Hall PsFamily Pills for cometi
STrRAY OATTLE-1 red cow
that has been on range ahout 10
years, marked crop and 2 splIt
ii left ear and underbit in right.
There is an increase from this
cow of 6 head, making ? head
G. W. OROW & 00.
Tallulah State Bank
Loessed at Tallslah, La.
Report frmsebed to the State Esamier
of Banks by the above Bank at )he
close of blsesom Wedmeesday, Dee.
13th, 1912. r
Demasd lase..................... 8 ,061 77
ans securaed by mortgage.... 1,1
Other loses sad dioassunt..... 909 17
Os, ssoare sad un
ties e ........................... 18, 0 00
OtlLrb~omes, fa se sCore
Stese ....... .................. 4,200
Oter rel estate owned.... 93 1
De tfomhbeaks nd bakers 50,015 9
Cbe.~rs s other a imeh ites 157 9
Gold eoia.......................... 57 65.
Silver, niekel & copper coion.. 5,101 4
National beak note ad all
issues U. 8. oernment.... 8,527 0
Suspemse ameeort................. 250
Total ...................... 1270,016 22
C tal stack p dad ......... 6,00 00
Individul deposi subjeet to
obekd...... ........ ........ 16 I
Cshir s e loonud din 706 p
Bills paable ..................... . 4000000
eluded lregoag ..... 485
0ot. .. . ,016 2
State of Louslama,
Parish of Msdie. I
I, W. M. Soo Presidet, usad I,
W. &. Cus, Cadlrt of the abve
named abo, do - slsmalsweer that
the abovse asmet is true sto the bea
of my kewiege sad belief.
w. M. 8OTT, Pesidest.
W. 8. ORAIG, Cashier.
SabsrlbId sad suerm to befeos me,
this 18th day of Deaember, 1H2.
W H. HARVEY,
D.rlerk th Di OsLr Court.
What The Rambler 10,000 Mile
This map give, you a raphic Idea of what the Rambler
uaranee means to you in point if mle
l IS guarantee is backed by every See the car and you will learn the first
Sone of our Rambler dealers and reason-its appearance.
Sbranches. One of them is located
nearby and is perhaps known to you. Ride in the car and you will know the
second reason-its comfort.
Back of them is a factory employing
eighteen hundred men with a floor area of Ask your banker about the stability of
twenty acres and producing ninety-six per this company-his answer is the third mmon.
cent of the parts that go to make up this car. i mile guarantee is the
This factory has produced twenty-two fourth reason. Appearance, comfort, sta
thousand Rambler motor cars and the aver.- bility and the 10,000 mile guarantee.
ae cost for repair parts on each one of
hese cars last year was only twelve dollars Are not these reasons enough?
and, ninety cents. Write your name and addras on the
Some of these cars have been in use coupon below and forward it to %a 'nmedi
eleven years. One-half of them have been atey that we may send you full information.
in use five years or more. These are the -- . --------. -.-.
facts which warrant our confidence in the *,Cr *Ný*.II*.*
Rambtcr to the extent of -iving theasignd ' I. " 't.~" °dl"l"d:.,* " ,......, «
guarantee for ten thousan miles. . . ................................................. ......
The Co s Country sales to date are three ..................................................... . .
times those of last year. - .............. ... ... ........ J
i J. E.JOHNSON, I
Tallulah, ' La.
We are in t' rke+t for
ilioory and Popar LoLs:-"
-utl particulrsr addre-.
New Orleans. Li.
S NYI)I tI & Gil," :
'!LUtILAH . .,
W . 8. HRO " .'
A ttnrney-at- *.ww,
OHN B. 8TONE
R BURNEY LONGO,
Will practice in the pardhes of
. Notary Publio.
Parish Surveyor, Civil Engineer.
All work attended to promptly.
G. H. OGBOURNE.
SPhysician & Burgeon,
Offers his professional serviese
to the publio.
DAVID M. EVANS, JR.,
peoial attention to the. ealc*
tiola of olaims.
R L. SLACK,
Real Estate and Loan Agent,
Tau. ULs. LA.
Will practice in theparsehes o
1. h. C. RUUL Wi"ll lU .hl
The Vidcksburg Boiler & Iron Works
Conrl .sA "
Boilers, Smoke Stacks, Breachings & Tanks
Marine andI Plantationiworw.1gspeditty. irwuusissuMedciaicsSet.t ea Rpulrt Work
* VKY5BGCP, MSIIw6.
*Stat of Louisian, Parish of Madison,
9th Judicial District Court.
t Mr. Mary Allea et at vw A. N. An
S drews. No. 18i .
By virtue of a Commssioen to sell, to
me diroeted, from tN Honorable Ninth
Judicial District Court for the Parish of
Madison amlo sid. In the above eatL.
tied eause, I will pressed to sell, at
publi auction, at the door of the Court
- House in the Tows of Tallulah, is Mad
Ison Par, Aluli, on the 4th
S lruday thetrda yofJuiuar A.D.,
1911, betw e Lw bth
law, the flowbla d lpert,
The 8. eW. of Seetiou 7, and E.,st
Sof West + of leedie 1t and all that
pIrt of the at half of South-wet Y.
blugr oe 5 sad i, Seetio t2. Town
sh~ip 1 , Nrth Rane. 10 East., togther
V 'l) , ,dC. of r .tJte 2 head of slihep
ald beat of ,gats, meised in the
Terms sale: Caa to the highest
A.J. Sr.vuuu, JR.
is~ 7es ro. '~Talsb, La.,
Dec. 17, till.
WM. SOOTY. PWS*SID 7 . J. M. dOHNSON. vsOu. A5 s
Tallulah State Bank
CAPITA. & sv r.'Ls $2m
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