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' issntl Ella Pew !tl \tlit a
llihani arrive-I n !. 'fter!
isitin t- r l rl'i t" I' ..l t t.il . ; ines a
during 1 li, l l 1 ,iorats ' i
I1i.s L.Hi . M (eninowen, ,fwne
tost.. ol t'iph tlo enjoy the diance i
there at .iktt igh, relurnin ,
Dr. IKalp h I'. Fv\; all oif In ,,e- a
relt, and icr. Henry Wadle. i lhar
inacist, ()" l. ak' Ilro idrne Il)rug
('o, wea iti'. ., : in Tl'all:!ti:h 'ior
the dlanc t,.
Mron. J.1:::s T . owalell n of t.
bosines!, vi itor to visit f'rienlld
andatte('l (,h(. (Ihuile h!:ere, re
turnina tohi h e Friday.
Mesrs. . . tne is Mc iitdwin, IJoe
Caldwell, I |lrtaire (iue(nard,
Ftank Byerly alnd Mis Trilk.
MrcGi win iof Lake rtuovidefnce,
passed thru' Tallulah Sunday en
oute back tri their schools.
Miss Beatrice Ralph of Read
and Ark., passed through our
Sundy ou hr ,e 'way t \lvrtid.s
Hton. J. T. McClellan was a
business visitor to Providnce
Mrs. J. B. Stone is visiting in '
:dwards, Miss., this week. ti
Mr. N. H. Lewis returned from
. business trip to Vicksburg. "
See our $1,±NNfr1N) advertise
waent in next week's issue eo( the s
Saturday Evenin ; Post.
Jonxsoxt's GARAn.E & is
realer in "Ralnlller Motor Cars" ;ý
FI q If.'5- I "w 4' t );l' my h'lxi -
and hlceit.ion, i:doiril:ng Pout OCfice
illnlanh for ('ish. I have no debts S
uI lrcl:arer alln Itake all with no fear t
Stirruption by debts or mortgagea. t!
hellIth of ay wife is my reasion for
JOF (NIC) TROCATO.
Every Wednesday mnorning at I1
1!'W o'clock, tile (If the G radtes b
AeHigh School will entertain.
ilpatritlisand frieuds will lIe 1
ladly welctelli:1. a
:Tallulah State Bank
port futrnistli,.d t.o the SIte L :xaminer a
of Ili:nk:; i4)- Lite alove itauk atl tht b
,losi of iuliilcas oni Wcdtl~iday, Sept. r
4thl 1912. Ir
Trl )an . ........ $ 85 47
mi ueurie:d by morigage .-,9,:t ',s
r lim s in di ,lonils ... 77,107 5 c
- rdafls, t.etllrel'd ind UlI- a
surel .......... .... 2,2!9 30 f
haindsi slt s, s . securi- ft
t7 rt,.... 1.,000 00
rIlu hou'., furenii ure,tnd
re ......... .400
r. :ri st.i.ate owned ... 402 15
,roi. :mnikt. a b.and l 4n e 41,400 4I) a
km n1 olther cash item.s 1. O 'I
Scoi., ............ ...... 7) 01
., nicitei & copper coin 3,N4t C!
atl baI nk nitt.'s nlid all a
Is U. 8. .overnlment.. 12,460 00
S se accunt.............. ..... 3 0,3
i"*l ...................... 12,71 ", C
* II- lIABl ITIES.
tal stock paid in ...... $ 26,000 00
tided profits, less ex
and taxes paid......... 2,573 67
iduali deiosits subject to
el .... S6,362 64 a
certificate of deposit .. 35,490 7:1 I
ihid checks 175 10 7
er's cheeks outstanding 5,bh2, 14 I
payable 60,000 00
t du. to parson4 not in
i foregoing............ 700
¶ ...a.. .............l.................$242,271 28
of Madison. 1
'W. M. ScotT, Presidert, and I,
.i CnRAio, Cashier of the atbeve
Bank, de solemnly swear that
e sltat4nleet is true to the best
knowledge and belief.
H'. .M. SCOTT, President.
W. 8. CRAIG, Calshier.
bed and sworn to before me,
th day of 8eptember, 1912.
S Dy.Clerk 9th District Court.
HOLDEN LEAVES K
rIO A COLLEE
The 'Corn Man" Joins I HC
TO HELP PUSH WOPK FORWARD
Co-Operation Movement for Lar-er
Crcps. Dct:er Roads, r'ore Pros
perous People and a
This marks the etinni: p of a new
and ;,reatr-r L+:siicsý ervice. It is a
co-opierative ntm,\t le:t for lar;:er
crFops. Letter" ru.ds,. happier hones,
more pro: ),rcus ptol lc, and a richer
and btter nathc n. That is to say.
the I Ii C S( rvice Uureau proposes to
help do for all t:e statcs and for Can
ada that Ilolden has do:e f-r Iowa.
After corsidering many Efferr, and
after an investigation of the company
and its wor-s, i'rofecsor Perry G.
Holden has entered the service of the
SI HC Service ITureau at Chicago.
Professor I!olden is known wher
ever real agriculture is known. llis
whole life is one of service. lie orig
Inated the idea of carrying Informa
tion direct to farmers. lie is the fa
ther of the demonstration train, short
school courses, the corn show, county
PROF. PERRY G. HOLDEN.
eemorstratlon farms, and the National u
Corn Exposition. As head of the ex- I
tens.en department of lowa State Col
le of Agriculture he did a work
whi*h, Senator Cummins says. up to
the rrescnt time has increased the
v.ealth of Iowa a30.Oe0.C00.
The object of the I H C Service Eu
reau is the ;rcmotion of agr.cu!tural
c-ncation, and a co-operation which
viU tend to raise the who!e tone of
commercial, indurtrial and farm life.
Sitice arriculture is the basis of pros
pe:ity and progress, ntu'-allv farm
protl:rms !cirn f rst attention. The aim
is higher eL.ciency, both on and off p
To do a btg wnrk a big organizat!on
!i cctr-esa-y. Net orly the birness,
out the pcrtr etion of the International
nrrannization as well arprlaled to Pro
fessor IIc!det,. The big general asena
cies. seattern d ail over the United
Sratrs and Canada: the salesmen,
travelers ari e,:port machine men:
the 40,I0t dealrr--every one, so far
as p.~;sL!c. is to be made an apostle
of better tarning.
For years the International Har
vester Company has realized the Itm i
porrance of service. It has spent mil
liorns of dollars in the perfection of la
bor-saving machines, and now the 1
company is golng in for direct service
-direct to the farmers, and direct to
the farmer:' children, that the men
and wcmen of tcmorrow may be mer
capable and to more pros'erous than
the men and women of today.
It is no lo:,ger a thecry that if we ii
are to get the most out of life we c
must raise more per acre. "lnten- I
svhc farmirg" is in the air. It is the
battle cry of peace and plenty. But
raisinr.g more is the result of mind,
I rct msclo. cWe must know. And
nc.t only that, we must snow we
know, and know why we know. We
must know rood seed from bad, right
cultivation from wrong, and the whys
mad wherefors of climates, soils,
fruits, cattl!e, horses, poultry, and so
) For these things the bureau wasa
established. But the bureau and
Professor HIolden see more than an (
average increase of a few bushels.
, They see a time coming when farmers (
) will raise twice as many bushels of
a corn, wheat and oats to the acre,.
Iand like yle!ds of all other kinds o,"
farm products. They see a time when ,
farmers and farmers' wives and their I
children will think more and work
less. Every bushcl raised means Just I
that much profit, and the profits of
) the farm promote commerce and in
After a period of good work o Mieh
Slgan agricultural college, better work
at Illinois, and a great work at Iowa, I
i Professor Holden now enters upon a j
world's work. While in future Pro
I fessor Holden will designate Chicago
) as home, he says he is not leaving lowa.
-he is merely carrying lowsa O the
rest of the world.
DR. KIC O'S
TRY NEW DISCOVERT
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO 8UBSTITUTL
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, r
!isy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness
sore Throa Croup
NO CURR, O PAY.
I'W* & .aaddl. -r t sOnnur q
W.\ANTEI)--Whte oak anl
1,',% s,,k st.'e 1,:tls. Anywhere
,o Vi. uk: ure.. Shrevet &. rt & I'a
,'i:i or Net i r14ttr.an an I N'.rthl
We-tr.'n 1aiilv:iat. Write fr'
pIrices and sI .rilication.ll
l'E'P S.iE: A :,ItIil g. lln ey
pres t:ank. In. e Ixelent 41n
S ,ri ,e at t e;,-t, to wit: 1
TeI:: f s!e: CASH with benefit of
..*~l5c 1 tilt.
:heriff 'a Office, A. T. '-EC:F ER, Tr,
i''" Ih,'!h. l4 , Dec. 9012. Sheriff
We offer One Hlutlndred Donllara Re
ward for any ease ,.f Catarrh that cnn
'lot be cur(,d by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
r. J. I HIm:Y & Cr, i W indo, O.
\:", the I rl1iii. iltnu, e have kiinown F
'. r(' .( nn f,"" the h't. 15 yeirt , and ho
"yi hircm pr. 1r.tly he V tale in all hu
.iWeva or:fe Oned l in d od financially ars e
' ward for nyout any o'f!igatronL made by
N "TIQSAL BANK OF CO\1Enr.E,
T oi.. r , a )
TT.*1 ia(,arrhhir 'l taken intirn llbl;y
feting eliretl I1t1h.Ol h Id fuln alld n in
..llq COnh r('I t nr I. .-11n (tI. per hoi'iI
tie. Rold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Fyamnily l'1I- fi' consti.
' You are Go'ng
Su"ppose you riop in and le.'i p
Sthe trip. I c( n give yu someA ianterent,
ing infornmation hbout the low faica in g
effect for the holiday srea.. There L
will be a number o(f dates of a rle.
Your ticket reading via the
insures a plensant journey amid home
Hcomforts mnroute-fine road-bed, fss
trains. modern equipment.
A h lerry Christmas and a Happy t
.Jh E. LEWIS,
a Ticket Agent.h
t SHERIFF'S SALE.
SJoel F. Johnson, Sr., rvs G. W. Sim
Smons, et al. No. 1814.
By virtue of ar Writ of seiure and
sale to me directed from the Honorable
9th Judicial District Cort for the par-L
d isbof Madison aforesaid, in the above
a entitled cause, I will proceed to sell, at
. public 'auetim, at the door of the
a Court Hoise in the town of Tallulah,
Sin Madionn pariah, La., on he I4th Sat
urday, the 28th day of December, A.
., 1912, between the hours presc.ibed
by law, all tie right, title and interest
Sof G. W. Simmonda, et al, in and to
r the following described property to-wit- ri
k The "HESTER" place described as
t follows: Ala that part of Section two -
tr [2) lying west of Tenas River. anda
Scontaining 155.20 acres. Section three
(3) lying weat of Tensas river contain
ing 577.tlO.rea2. South o alf of see. r, P
Scontaining 30200 cres. South half of A
k aection 5, containing 303.04 acres. -
, Southl hall of section 6, cntaining
a1302.36 sares. N. W. M of N. W. ;,,(
. and E. of section 7, conltaining 360.8
acresw: All of srection 8, containing
643.04 cres. A1ll of seetion 9 west of
a. Tenhas River, containing 631.64 acres.
* N. W. A1. section 10 west of Tenas
rer, containing 77.56 acres. 8. W. a -
section 10 wetL of Teosaa River con
taining 3.00 aNres. All of the above
lands being in Township 10, North
Range ii, East in tce parash of Mldi
sor., State of ouisina, and containing
in the aggregate 3356.22 cres, more or Li
less, seized in the above suit.
nTerms of. sale: Cash with benefit of I
appraisement. A.5J SEVIE. .W
A. J. oEVIER, Jr.
SSheriffs Oeice, Tallulsh, La., Norv. 23,
lRnevr 1 stm in u lpumw rita h o i
hotlte of Chsmbuisia's l, Chlson sad
Ularnrhe aready. It I. almtcesrtain to
be seeded ad n at bhe btalad whs m
happrseadahe at i.a i b by .
lidLeal.. .-. ....
S-- r ... ' .
What The Rambler 10,000 Mile
guarantee means to you in point Lf mileage.
HIS guarantee is tacked by every See the car and you will learn the first
branches. 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.
,I t,ý t ! .... .'
Back of them is a factory employingTheRamblr
Theighteen hundred men, with idea floor areao Ask your banker about the stability ofhler
HtwSnty acres anteed producing is acknety-six pever this company-histhe car and you wills the third reason.
one of our Rambler dealers and reason--its appearance.
branches. 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 actory employing
This factory has produced twenty-two fourth reason. Appearance, comfort, sta
thousand Rambler motor cars and the ave. bility and the 10,000 mile guarantee.
age cost for repair parts on each one of
these cars last year was only twelve dollars Are not these reasons enough?
and ninety cents. , Write your name and address on the
Some of these cars have been in use coupon below and forward it to . rnmedi
eleven years. One-half of them have been ately that we may send you full information.
in use five years or more. These are the -r " .---m-m .---i
facts which warrant our confidence in the F . J. th. o n o . a.... rg ..e
Rambler to the extent of ving the signed " w, w. en ih
guarantee for ten thousand miles. . .......................... . ................................... ....
The Cross Coun sales to date are three . ..................................... .........................
The C."oss Country tales to date are three ,
times those of last year. L ..=.. ." .."- . .............. .
Tallulah. La. A
Log( rs Farmers
WV~ nre in th, mnrket for
Perriinmmrlon. )sOwood, ,Ah,
Ilicory and ', r l.og, :-FI''r
iull partiuinr un addres.s 13.,x 1728,
New Orlaenn, Li.
SNYDI)IR & GII,Ol1 II.,
TAI.I.uI.AII. lA. i
W M. S. HOT.MEA
Tallulah, La. C
OHN B. STONE,
J Attorney-at- Lw,
R. IURNEY LONG, M
Will prnctice in the parilshes of
0. P. St
. Notary Public.
Pariash Surveyor, Civil Engineer. M
All work attended to promptly.
G II. OaGIOURNK. m
. Plhysician & Surgeon, J,
Tallulahb, La.i .
Offers his professional servien" I
to the public. r
DAVI I)l. :EVANS, .lJR.,
TA .LIIL.AII, I.A. i
Special attenticn to the colleo* tc
Lion of claime.
L. 8 a.ACK,
Real Estate and Loan Agent,
" 3)ith- S-PENCEI,.
Will practice in the parishes o E
The Vicksburg Boiler & Iron Works
All S~zes +
Stock r . V.
Boilers, Smoke Stacks, Breachings & Tanks
Marine and PlantationWorkfap3ecialty. First;Class Mechanics Sent Out on Repair Work
State of Louisiana, Parish of Madison,
9th Judicial District Court.
Mrs. Mary Allen et al va A. N. An
drews. No. 1820.
Bfy virtue of a Commission to sell, to
me directed, from the Honorable Ninth
Judicial District Court for thle Parish of I
Madison aforesaid. in the above enti- t
tied eauPe, I will proceed to sell, at t
publie au'liop, at the e'cr of the Couit
House in the 'lon of Tallulah, in Mad- I
iso,. Paliah, .nouisiana, on the 4th I
Saturday the 25tn day of January A.I)., I
1913, between the hours pr.~scribed by 1
law, the following described property,
The S. W. 1 of Sectiou 7, and Enat
Sof West u o1 Seetion 13 and all that i
part of the East half of South-weat 1i,
being lots 5 and 6, Section 12. Town
snip 16, North Range 10 East, together
with 30 head of cattle 28 head of sheep.
and 22 head of goats, seized in the
Terms of sale: Cash to the highest
A.J. SeuYERm, JR.
Sheriff's offee, Tallulab, La.,
Dec. 17, 111'.:
SUCCESSION SALE. I"
State r.f l.onnimanna, Parish of Madison qu
Ninth Ju.icial District Court. I
Succession of T. Priest Gates. o01
No 419 Probate. :tr
By virtue of a eommission and order r3.i
to sell to me directed, from tile Hon. fit
9th, .Judicial District Court, for the f
parish of Madison aforehsaid, in the t"
eaove entitled stulessior, I will proceed I
to sell at public r.uctin,. at thie door of
t the ('cust lllrtse in trhe VilLage of -
Tal:n!ah, in Tallua!hi, Mlrdison Parirsh
L.ouisiana, on, the 3rd ,aturna', tle, 21
i day of lk)rcem.her, A. 1). 1912, within
, the ihours piewrrilsed by law, all the
r rirht, title and interest, of the sur-eer
sairn of T. Priest (;ates, in and to the
folloV iing desprilwd property, to-wit:
t A certain lot of Ctrouvrd, situalted inl
SIthe Village of Tallulah , Parish of Marl- .t
iann and State of i. uis.iana, measuring,
200 feet by 150 feet, lying n.ortlo of a .50 1
foot street running north of lots 12 sanld
13 and running northerly on the weater n
e line of a continuation o ('lestnut St.,
and fronting 200 feet on a 60 foot street
which is dedicated to public use, northi
of said lots 12 and 13, said lot conain- F
ing the eastern 2-3 of somthern half of -
a square of ground lying north of said
street, and opposite said lots 12 and 13. J
Also that certaiu other lot of grl,.d
I in aid villaze of Tallulab fronting 150
fret oil Walsiutstreet, in the south-wrs:
quarter of the square opposite said IAe.
1 i and 13, with an intervening 60 f,t
strelet., and heing the western 2-3 of ths
'.aontl-w(st 1-4 of the square (300 by
:U() feet) ly 'i': north of said lats 12 and
13, HI(nd fronltinl 50 feet on inlterv ning
Ntreet, As per plat of said Village, on
file in tlhe * fflie of Clerk and Recorder
,f ..aiii I larih, together with all build
ings n,.d in provements on said lote
hlere.int ;Idv. r'ltied for sale.
'l'enr.;- a.f aI.: Cash, at notless than
2-3 of invY nioried value.
JAMES M. JOHNSON
Adolilnistrator of the Luccesion
of T. Priest Gtesb.
1 Notice To Credit rs.
All l)orp ..ts having just claims
e:tiis Ihti. -,,.cessioq of T. Priest
r ;ge., d.",.':;,ed, are hereby, notified
. rp ,,es.t.t s;,m,. to the undersigned for
I aliowauce and settlement.
.JAMES M. JOHNSON,
Adminlistrator of Succession
rº h of T. Prest GOaes.
r I Tallulah, La., Oct. 24, 191.
d Foa_3a.ess. 1-.s -. ._