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Ti$ IADISOE JOURIAL
PtluRIuSD FVERT SATURDAY.
GEORGE SPENOER, Editor.
Orric' Tasaer NUMsEr 7.
ofMicld Jeurd ef Madas Parbih. A
Official Journal Fifth District
Levee B<rard, School Board,
Police Jury and Town of
$1.3) Pam A rux Is ADVANscE.
Enterd4 Jan. 10th, 1i)03 at Tallu
la, .a., as sqeeond-class mail
matter, unmer Act of Congress
of March 8. :.379.
T The JOURNAL is not responsible, for L
he views and opinions of correspondents L
Sppearing in its c.lumns.
TALLtLAIs, LA., MAY 9, 1914.
A PERNICIOUS CTflIC
The Times Democrat recently
gave publicity to an editorial C
taken from the Batnm Rouge C
paper which does a great injust- :
lee to the State department of
agriculture and immigration and
-'n serve no reasonable end.
. The Baton Rouge paper has
sever been friendly or fair with
Commissioner Bruner, adid it is
pImin that the only motive
prompting the article is to pro
:anote the interest of others desir
ws of taking over greater author- a
' t and patronage in their branch '
- the service.
the article in question is based
a communication criticising
te recent report of Uonmmission
Bruner on agricultural and r
atrial statistics as furnished e
department by the different
wors over the State, and
Ily representing the taxable 1
ass of the Parishes reported. 2
author of a c~mqui,1aticn T
t broaght out the editorial |
eation, discovered that Com
Isinoner Bruner's report shows
total number of horses, I
Il. amttle, s:ieep and hogs iq 7
h a t le- 9.t,,372, valued
S81,197OJ,87;, wzlie the State
of equilizatia-i only finds
18, valued at- *14,677.9T ;
the U. 8i Bur.2a reports
the same territory, =,812,000,
missioner Brune- fore
any legistimn .e ca i ticism
o.sg4port by t;b wini; that
Sassessors .ever the .'tate
faile4' to oua );nit tht i as
t sfares t:,his de part
for coairIatie )., and a s he
means a f rcing e ,m
tie table ere made up
,*Ask infoi stion as ha (l
t' ie~aiIb, each paris '
,with 11 e: tact number
i mE s e. piper found
with the two extreme
beht si.1 led out Uonm
I~ru a d' figures-be
the two estimates-and
io th .t a basis forthe
tf it "this phase of
we .rk should be abol
ihege her, or turned over
e.p arinent station au
.tate~nent alone shows
imtent andl purpose of the
* to dicredit Commis
B.ane: and the depart
under his control and its
er publications over the
, and many of the Conm.
r's political opponents
highly 'raised the report,
honulgh a may not cover in
every part&aular and won
1 reseaouree known in this
Sta.t--then woa;a: the de
_ *t bhe seesed at et .yera
, Commissioner Brunet in:.
ited a greatly demonralized
ment whea eleetel to theo
tio of State UCommi.asioner of I
eu'ture and Immirratic ;
has done nuoh to bring order
of ehao.~ therein, and hes
a the most active aild ag
fve official the State haa
t had is this oilee. The var
s departments under his ecu
at are being made highly etl.f
$*nt, and in time the statistil
maeh may be worked o:t to
has most exacting eritcs.
omknm issioner Bruner is an
astle worker, practical
well eqfipped to promote thre
" altral and industrial devel
euat of the State, amid his
vices are meetin-i with the
I of a great majority of
of the State, dlespite mueh
'g eritieism as is shown
TALLULAH STATE BANK S
As Furnished the Examiner of State Banks at the si
Close of business on March 11, 1914 a
State of Louisiana, o
Parish of Madison. c
I, W. M. BSctr President, and I, W. S. CRAIO, Cashier of the above e
named Bank, do solemnly swear that tshe above statement is true to the best V
of my knowleuge and belief. W. M. SCOTT, President.
WV. S. CRAIG, Cashier. t
Subscribed and sworn to befuse me, this 13th d y cf April, 191.
JOHN E. YERGEt,
[Seall Clerk 9th Dist. Court & Ex-Offieio Notary Public.
Demand loans .................... $ 9,382 91 Capital stock taid in............ $ 26,000 00
Loanseecured by mortgage .... 37,275 12 Surplus ........... ....... 26,000 O) ii
Other loans and discounts.... 67,867 54 Undivided profits, less ex
Overdrafts, secured and on- penies and taxes paid........ 5,25" 90
secured ......................... 1,125 49 Individua) depositssubject to
Other bonds, stocks, seucri- check ................................. .... 8,716 25
ties, etc.................................. 11,00000 Time certificates of deposit 16,147 59
Banking house, furniture wnd Certifi d checks .....................
fixtures .................................. 4,311 60 Cashier'achecekaoutstanding 5,960 82 a
Other real estate owned....... 550 00 Bills payabl.............
Due from banks and bankers 25,135 63 Notes and bills rediscounted
Cheeas and other cash items.. 90 02 Amount due to persons not C
Gold coin.................................. 400 00 Included in foregoing.........
Silver, nickel & copper coin. 3,667 38
National bank notes and all
issues U. S. government.... 7,210 00
Surplus acount ......................... 290 87
Total - ................ $168,396 56 Total .... ............... ........$168,396 56
POLICE IURY PROCEECINGS,
Wednesday, May 6, 1914. he
The Police Jury convened in regular pe
session. Present: Hon. F. L. Max- an
well, President, presiding; all wards fu
.were duly represented.
The minutes of the previous meeting ini
were r3ad and on motion of Mr. Hewes, or
The finance committee presented its 1
report together with the following bills, H'
endorsed for payment, and the funds ha
necessary for payment of same are pu
hereby appropriated: e
E. Sondheimer& GAC............. $ 96.21
A. E. Aams . .................... T60 a
Ziegler-Darrw Co...................... 8.60 h
Lee Ri:h5arxi & C3........ 4.00 Ps
Lxoui Hoftman dfw. Ca ....... L0a
P. P. William & C.-................ 852.26
Village of Tallulah.. .................. 2601 or
Bloch-Haslip Drug Co ....... 6.75 o
RolIad Scott ............................... 47.0 th
Telephone Co. .............................. 9.68
Sallulsh Hordware Co. .............. 64.12
W. W. Johnson ........ 15.2.11
A. J. Sevier, Jr., Sherifft .......... 50.
P. H. Hebert .. ........... ...... .... 29.151 -.
Lem Davis ............................... 800 e
iW . M. S s ............................ 6.24 P(
Nathan Robertson ..................... 16.00i t
Ralph Peck ........... .................... 189 75 "
Hill City Machine Works.......... 12.46
J. L. Alexander ..................-........ 57.10
Dale Ellis................... 37.25
STallulah State Bank ............ 149.83
C. L. Oaks .................... .... 20.00
_Goodlow A Boyd ........ ............... 27.75
Jenkins & Murphy .................... 9.60
W . H. Hewes ....... ..................._ 10.001
McCall & Reed ........... ............ 14.501 .
Helgmaon Bros ............... 6.00
Duke McCafrey ....................--. 0ILO
Ramsey & Speed ...................... 87.00 c
J. B. Galloway ....... ................ 21.00 *
W. R. Gilfoil & Co.................-- 40.43
W. R. Splan........ ...--- 150.85 s
T. P. Broaddus ..... ... 1.50
. 'ack Turner . ..... ............ .. 0 ,
iT nm Dixon ....................-- ... 173.87,
J. E. Yer : . ...... ............... 1.75 '
Ms twell-Yerger Co.................... 824.70
E J . Thompson ............ 7.00
A. Cade ........... ............ 17.50
W. IH. Easterlin............ ............. 22.00
Insora ee on Court House ...... '240.00
J. H. ,"Alexander ............... 50.00
S'T. J. 31.thel- ......... 15.15
Total. ..........-. ...5.... ,04&.84.
On motion f Mr. Spann, $44.20 was
s ordered paid to trs. Woolsy for the re
imbursement of tb es paid by her upon
lands that had cave ' in the river.
The committee app -inted to inspect
the steel piping belon,1ing to James
8 Beard made its report at sting it ha
found thepiping in good ca 'ition and
e had purchased 419 feet of sau 'e at $100
per running foot, the funds n.sary
s for payment of same are !, -' '0, ro
The application of Jno. R. Boyd 'r
Sliquor license to sell beer and wine wb'
- duly considered and on motion of Mr.
s Clark, same wasrdered issueiti aceord
ing to law.
T'he petition of the tax-pai: ers of the
7th ward asking that a bridge i . built
l- across Bayou Vidal at Quimby wa read
d ld duly considered, and oil mntvio, 61
0 M.. Devine, Mr. B. Mitchel was
,I appoirl to confer with thl, Te sas
eommitte. in reference t' building said
Sbridgean m o report to thi Board a; its
r next meeting.
On motion of Mr. M;tI hel. Mr. S ann
s wansustrueted to put in good repair the
Sthe Englewood Bridge as well as the
Is Lake One Bridge.
SOn motion of Mr. D vine, Masma.
Sia n and Galloway were appointed
Sexamine the bridge across Little Tenamas.
SRiver ona Eod platstion to ascertain e
I- whether or not it could be utilized for~
o a bridge across Ruun'daway Eayvma on _
a. tie Mintrose plantation, and to report
in to this Board.
al On motion of Mr. Span" the followfg
resolutton was adoprvd. Be it rslvel
) that the Prident of thi SBoard be mdc
1- he is hereby auth iisel to aectpt ttle, t
is fo' thisBoard, of the Icti and buDding t
ie for a peaperbousehere o 'osecotrseaCll
if forwith Geo. Spencer, title of sam to"
be frst appreedby tne attorney of t~
Board an building :II be iMeptS d lf
Itl special eammitte or the Ioard as
teofrn aos atak
It was further ordered that the pam- '1
perhouse committee be and they are cI
hereby instructed to have said new pau- I
per honse recently purchased painted',
and to purchase new suitable sanitary
furniture for same. is
On motion of Mr. Kitchel, theoperat- (h
ing of the traction er.gine out-fit was Fi
orlcred to be contir.ued until further s,
Onmotion of Mr. Devine, Mr. W, H. m
He. es was author.zed and instructed to cc
have . -d between I anola and Hermine
put in go. condition at a cost not to
exceed $206..0. .m
On motion of Mr. Clark it was agreed i
and understood that Mr. Devine should fri
have 8 of the mu!as kelpnging to the m,
Parish for the purpose ,f working the Ut
rods in the 6th ward.
On motion of Mr. Spann it was ,
ordered that the trarsportation charges D
on all exhibits prepared by citizens of a!
this Parish for the.State Fair at Shrevt- C,
port be paid by the Parish. V
On motion of Mr.:Devine a committee
i t:be appointed in discretion of the .
President to attend convention at Baton 't
Rouge for the purpose of advising in B
regard to purioc measures to be pro
posed at the nextsessianiof Legislature, at
the President to be ex-officio member of hi
said committe. I c
There being no further business, the *
Board adjourned sine die.
F. L. MAXWELL, ai
W. H. HARVEY, President.
AOUWHED FOR THREE YEARS
' "I am a lover of your godsend to hu- tI
manity and science. Your medicine, g
Dr. King's New Discovery, cured my
cough of three years' standing," says
Jennie Flemming, of New Dover, Ohio. I
Have you an annoying cough? II it p
stubborn and wont yield to treatment? r
Get a 50e. bottle of Dr. King's New Dis- d
covery to-day. What it did for Jennie
iFlemming it will do for you, no matter I
6 bow stubborn or chronic a cough may be. c
0iItstop aa cough and stops throat and i
o lung trouble. Relief or money back. a
60m. and $1.00, at your druggist
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for pimples. li
You can travel anywhere i
and not find such quality for
the price as we offer this
week in young men's suits.
For fit finish, fashion and
fabric they are tl e foremost.
Six models aid dozens of,
patterns for your selection.
New weaves in grays, browns
blues and combinations
Hats, too, for every head.
;'rner & Searles (b,,
Vik sburq, Mississippi
ltre has the following to t
y In regard to the toba.co Sit-"
dworm or 'es mainer:
S i the early infection very a
trim of and destroy the In- '
leaves; destroy all tobacco
ubbe as soon as the erop is har
to prevent the breeding of a
ageneration; cldean up and
S all trash t ad around selds
ad tobaco barns; do not follow p s
tatoes by tobaeeo It the Infetion of m
--5tlas has bMe Mn soever in eah E
ases than where rotatlion I
r w eLiowed; rw em faras
mt posla from tobah o BeMs. 1
- Corn msakes the best sla, Maarh
orn. mle sad sorghua follow, their
valu · e in order mentioned i
Gren pe-ns huh and ots from
ti awsata testOmer make good ma
tral t n the sio. In continu
eos rainy weathn la clover and
otherr hay rogs may be saved in the
os e for Gt ee Manude.
sren gmeare miet aseed upon the
.. we ree the amman md the lad.
DELTA MERCANTILE CEMPART, Li,
Act of nlcorprati of th
State of Louisiana, 1
Parish of Madison. I
Before me, the undersigned authority,
duly commissioned and qualified accord
ing to law, in the presence of the wit
ncsses hereinafter named and under
signed, en this the 3rd. day of Aptil,
1914, personally appeared the persons
whose names are signed hereto, who
declared: That availing themselves of
the laws of Louisiana, relative to the
organization of corporations, they have
covenanted, and do, by these presents,
covenant, bind, form and crnstitute
themselves, as well as such other per
sons as may heret fmer join or become
associated with them, into a body polit
ic and corporation for the object and
purpose and runder the stipalatoeas fol
The name and style of this corporation
shall be DELTA MEtRCANTILE COM.
PANY, Limited, and by that name
it shall have power to enjoy and have
succession for a period of Ninety-nine
S(99) years, to contract, sue and be sued,
in it's corporate name, to make and use
n corporate seal, to have and fmploy
such offices, managers and employees
as the interest of the corporation shhall
require, and to conduct tlhe business for -
5! which the corporation is created.
The domicile of said corporation shall
I:e as Delta, Madison Par ibh, Louisian:a
and all citations or other legal processes
shall be served on the President, or in
his absence, on the 1st Vike.Presidemnt
or any other officer of said corporation.
The purposes for which this corpora
tion is created, are to conduct, operate
and carry on a general mercantile baa
inesseither retail or wholesale, or bth
including the sale at retail or wholesale,
of liquors, wines, beer, cigars and tobar
6 co, and the manafacture and sales, of
drugs and medicine, to buy, sell, own
and lease property, real and persumal,
to lend and borrow monies, to make,
sign and endorse notes, bills, draftsand
e checks, and to do any and all thintigane
cessary in carryiing out the purposes
for which the corporation is created.
Y The capital stock of this corporation
is fixed at the sum of Five Thousand c
. (S5000.00) J)olla;s, represanted by one
hutdred mh;rea (1 0) of thie par vaineof
Fifty I)ollars (50.00) each which stock
tr shall be paid for, either in cash or in
property, and eiglhty per cent (SF), or
[. more,having been subsctibed, said 'or
poration0 is declared to be a going con
cern from this cate.
le ARTICI.E 5
o The corporate control and manage
ment satell be vested in the stlr.kholders
d with such delegations of authority to
the Board of Directors as they m ,y
Id from time to time see fit. The annual
le meeting of stockholders will he held ont
te the second Tuesday in April of each
iyear, begining with the secomd Tues
day in April, 1915, in the ome of the
Company at 3 P. M. The Board of
Si Directors and officers of the corporation
f I are to serve annually, or until their eac
c. osors are clected by the stoekholders,
t- signed either by the President or eIst
ie ARTICLE 6
sel. The First Board of D)ire'tnra are
n declared to be L. Dundas, G. Al. Long,
in J. W. Perkins Mrs. T. E. Crofton, R.
SB. L.ong and h. C. Webb, Jr.
"- The majority of said board shall cen
e, stitute a quorum for the transaction of
of business. Any stockholdler is eligible
to serve on the Board of directors. Va
cancies on said Board shall be filled bya
be the remaining members.
The board of directors shall meet at
any time designated in the by-laws, or
SI up, n call of the President.
Whenever the corporation shall be dis
solved, by limitation or otherwise, its
i:ffais shall be liquidated by thrie com
mnasimoners, elected by the stockholders
for that purpose, unless such liquida
tion or dissolution shall be effected by
te, some other lawful meams.
ny ARTICLE 8
p The officers of this corporation shall
a be a President, who shall also be tl'e
the General manager, a First Vice
it Pres., a seconi Vice-Pres., and a 8ee
t! retary-Tmeasurer. And tie said Presi
. dent shall iaveauthority such ms is gen
i erally exercimsd by such oefficer, and ihe
shall have full power to appoint,employ
'jfix the mlaries, and discitsrge all tihe
. employees, agents, or assiatamits, as the
ad interest of the corporation nmay require:
.he shall have the entire comtrol and
Smanagement c, the businmess of the eclr
poration, tS make and signi, all notes,
es. lraft., checks and contracts snd to do
any am.d all thinges tecessary to continec
the business for ~hlic this corporation
re is created.
The Bt eeers of this corporati' n
01 are declaed to be R. !1. Long, Prmt
dent A General Manaier; J. W. Per
S kiS 1sit Vice-PresIdent; W. P. Towne
2nd. Vice-President; and O. L. Dundas
8. Secretary-Treasaner. Said officers to
serve annually, ,r until theirsuccsrsors
are elected by the anneal meeting of
the stockbolders, and they shall be
Each appearer heretoe tis a stockholder
Of and hasset topposite hit, or her,name tihe
number of slhres of stock for which lie 1
(or she) has sulseribed, so that tihe
same shall opperate as a stock sub
is cribed list.
R. Ba lAng, 40 Shares;
J. W. Pemkins, 20 Shares;
Mlrs.T. E.Crofton, 2 Shares;
I O. L. Dundas, 10 Shares;
IR. C. Webb, Jr., 3 Rharea;
Lillie May Long, i1 Shares;
THIS done and PASSEI) in my
Sofice in Talulah, Madisenm Parish I.on
isiana, in the presence of J. E. Hedge,
and I.eon Kahn competent witnesses,
who sign as such, togather withll the ap
,pearers and me, Notary, on the day and
ate first herei written.
tU J.E. HODoG
o Joen E. YRYrER
a. Clerk 9th. District t;ourt for Madlson
• Pari.h, Loutsiana., and Ex-Offieo No
1 State of lnomruians.
1'Prish of Madlien. I
SI,John E. Yet ger, Clerk 9th Distriet
a Court and Ex-Olio Recorder iin and
Sa for the said Parnlh of Madisom and
of State aforesaid, do hereby tertify that
e 5the within and foreg,,ing in a true anid
m 1correct copy of tihe original Act of In
corporation of the Delta Mercrantile
lCompany, Limited, douly recorded in
Incorporatiou Book "A" page 5et seq
Ion file and olf date April 7tlh, 1914, in
r Witness my hand and o.rcial seal
dr this 7th day of April, 1914.
. [sa] JOHN E. YERGER,
SClerk 9th Dist. Court & Ex-Officio
a quoar License
he Applietimn is herebly made to the
Police Jory of Madison Parish by the
undersigned to conduet a retail saloon
ifor the sale of wines and malt Inquors
the awine MD
NEIL CALLLAHAN WILLIAM Mc
VICKSBUR6 BOILER & IRON WORKS
BOILfRS. SMOKESTACKS, BREE[HIN6S AND TANKS
In Stock for Inmmediate Shipncent
Boiler T'bes, Reinforcing Steel Bars, Stack Paint, Guy Wire, Tube Expanders
Copper Ferrules, Fusible Plugs, Steel Plates. Thin Sheets, Ri\ets, .n.le Bars,
Beams, Patch Bolts, Stay Bolts, Machine Bolts, Threaded Steel Flanges Vaives
Repair Work and Satisfying Service Our Long Suit
Vicksbur I'IIONE 7( lississip
_ --_ ... ., -- . ...... . _ -~- _ ._ -._-_ 3 _ -- - _
For Lazy Liver anda
the Troubles of
Feel right all the time. Don't I-7 ci
from work for days by taking cakiu
"when pleasant Lio-Ver-Lax kctps yo;
a your feet, whilerciecvingyour troLb
)3. Safer too and casto tal:e. Don't
t ike anything else. You can't sar r,
i. Elin;mnatce poisons, clcanes rys
m and reEeve"s ecnctipation. A n t
t al remedy, natural in :tsactiocs. fur(
in its effect and certain Lb yesults. I!
Isn't be long beforo Li..-YVe-Las -i.
empletely dicplare eaktmel in ever:.
}me. Cinldrea can take i re.!y aI
V th perfect safety. Fvery bxAti
t'eed. 50e and f1 in bott!c.* Nc:.
,Iaine without~ he lIkenecs and ei-
b of L. K. C.rishv. I'r Q -', b,
May 15th and after to the
NGRTH, EAST AND YIEST
; LOCAL EXCURHIGN RATES
it ONE FARE FLUS 10 CIS.
For full particulars see T. &
P. Ry. Agents or write to:
SA. D. BELL, GEO. D. HU LP'
Asst. G. P. A. Gen. Pass. Agt.
_e DALLAS, TE .S
l Jacksonille, Fla., lay C8,1914
Dates of sale May 2 to 5, inclusive.
er Good for retrn until May 15, with
e privilege of extension to June 4.
Ancient Arabic Order,
NOBLES IYSTIG RE
Atlanta, Ga. 5.80
; Dacs of lsale May2 t.~ good for
ny I r rn ntil May 20 privi ~ of esten
sion to March 20.
e, For further particulsrrr lall , or
p. address R. '. OWEN,
ad or lieket Agent.
F. M" DONOHOE, D. P. A.,
,, Gray li Made bt Ori Celsr.
S Clip this motlee-Its worth leO.
If your hair a. a... , .. ,eth with gray,
white, faded. brittle, falling m,., ....
,caip or dandr.uff, apply -an hair color re
aMtrer to gray hnIr anD smcp. Not a ,lye.
but it bringato the hair surface the ,riginal
color nature gave y.ur hair. Make. rray
hair brwn, h .lek, sautlurn. or its orl'ji.
od tlnrtofrl7,.rl8yearl of age. Never fiadl.
Perfectly bhrmllna s. delightfuil to ue. Q-Htam
mauke. hair aoft. full .f life. tcbaifull. Stop.
id andruf. itehingr a.alp ad fallfinghnair. Coum
[n. ilete tir-ctirn for home treatment sf the
hair wdl heaebbottle. 80acby pareel p.., or
- eturtthis nlsure and 1.00 and we aJ F
in ivervynnthrenrh t'les. If net Stfa4el 1
ieq leuewe wrll gtve back $1.50. Address'
SHeiig-Ellia Druag Co.. Mempbha, Team.'
Did you know that Calomle
s is Mercnry, and that its mer
curious effects will ruin the
F .stem, while GRIGBY'S
rh LIV-VER-LAX is purely
i vegetable and can be used
or with perfect safety. Ask
T Pallulah Drug Co.-~alv.
Pst the half millon mark has gone the
figures of Ford progress. More than five
hundred thousand Fords have been sold to
to date. We could not give better proof of
Ford merit. Everywhere you will find the
Ford the favorite car. : : : : : :.....
Five hundred dollar: is the pric ,of the Foni
runabout; the touring car is five fifty: f. o. b.
Detroit. comp;ete with equipment. Get catalog
an:l particulars from
LEE RICGARDSON & CO.,
Vicks!urg -. Mississippi
Every time the clock tick;, a Now Name is added to 3 -W,
Br"o)'s list of Lfe M"mbme-it gains frlcndse:-cry day, mand.
t.ns ..~L Sem yre8 is a safe, sane satisfying stimtulaant
exquisite flavor, soft mellowness and high tonic properties baw
made it the mostn t#l sr bulad t everywhere, North, South,
East and West.
Smuy Brook heeps the nerves right, the grip tight, and te
heart light. Every bottle is sealed with the Green Governnst
Stamp, iwhich shows that it islmasie, straight, natwalrwhiky. ads
U. S. Gorernmsent Standard-100l t proof. Furthermore, when y
buy Suey Brook-The Pre Foed Whiskey-you have thepsº
sker of the Larmst Distillers of Fine, Old Whiskey f. the Wss
that it is scl."ntifcUtly distilled and earefully aged in the fib
-at hsmet Samay A wpb
SUIT MeOCEK Is cr toubtd wtb our owna patint
Tylstr"atoner. Oue ts sweark eruss. a Ms asr
buitt.N.N Med tK CwGk Sere
OGeersal DIEstahtor, Tallulah. La.
" Through Broiler Buff
jLittle Rock and New Orlea
via XcGehee, Lake Village, Taltalalb,
Sand Ferrida on the
8:30 P. MI ............ Leaves ....... Little Roce... Arrivn. :0 .
' 3:40A. M.................... ".. * McGe he . ":0 .'
5:23 " ................ " Lake Village. 1 . .
SF:00 .. ' . a.....l'allulah ............ "0:1
!0:5 ' . ......Arrive .F..Frriday . t"
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J. E. LeWis,
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: DAN JACOBS,
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