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Social and Personal.
Mrs. L. B. Lucas was a visitoi
to town Wednesday.
Mr. Bunck Johnson of Transyl.
vania was in town Thursday.
Capt. J. B. Stone made a husi.
ness trip to Providence this week,
Mr. W. R. (;ilfoil of Omega,
was a visitor to our town Thur .
Mr.'E. J. Davis, manager of the
Roosevelt store was a business
visitor in town Thursday.
Mr. Abel Evans, the "boss" of
the Enoka store was in town this
Miss Barbara Smitha went to
Vicksburg Tuesday to see "The
Woman," presented by David
Mr. S. K. Jones, rail road and
levee contractor, of East Carroll
made a business trip to Tallulah
Miss Mary B. Yerger enter
tained a few friends last Friday
night complimentary to Miss
Hon. A.J. Sevier made a flying
bnsiness trip to New Orleans
Messrs J.1. B. Snydler and D.
M. Evans attended the meeting
of the Rail Road Conmmission at
Baton Rouge this week.
Messrs J. S. Agee and W. B.
Smitha'returned from East Car
roll and southern Arkansas.
They report the roads impassable.
When your paper or magazine
tuns out leave your renewal at
the Corner Drug Store.
Mr. M. S. Pittman has return
dt some after a short business
Mansford's efficient owner, Mr.
IW. H. Ward, was in town Thurs
Splendid picture show to-night.
After a very pleasant stay in
war midst, our charming friend
Mis Loeeille Pinney has return
ed to her new home in Pratt- 1
Several strings of nice white
have come to town this
-iss Aileen Rabb was enter
med last week by the Misses
The town was full of Police
members and other iuter
parties this week.
One Gold Fish and Jar free
h every 80 cent purchase of
I Remedies at Tallulah
GaCo's two stores.
luperintrndent Jamnes R. Lin
returned this week from
SRouge where he attended
the subject of the sermon at
Methodist clurch Sun:lay
GREAT WOMAN" 0
sermon will be followed
eequent date by another di
GREAT MAN. "
entire public is mostcor- ,
'invited to attend these j
,and especially the MEN
weather this week has -
L S. U. Sophmore aass Pays
itor Tribute of Respects to
James D Sevier., Jr.
syl- Janme Douglas Sevier.. son cf
.Jamens D. Sevier of Tallulah end
a mem)er of the sophmore class
at the U'niversity, died slcie;lnly
at the residence of his uncle on
ga. December ,6th. The day lefore
ir.- he went on a hunting trip, an,l,
returning late, decided to speniid
the night with his uncle, ;eore
te W. Sevier. This he did, and re
tired ;pparantly in good health.
Next morning he was called to
of breakfast, but no response ('anme.
his The family went to hN iedside
and found hinm unconscious, andI
before lphysicians could reach
to hii he had expired.
he Among his fellow students at
the University Sevier was highly
esteemed. He was twenty-one
nd years of age. The funeral took
ol place at Tallulah Cemetery. Se
lah vier was a lineal descendent of
John Sevier, one of the Revolu
tionary heroes, who was the firt
governor of Tennessee.
Tile sophmore class drew up the
following resolutions to his Iuen
ng "Whereas, Our Divine Father
11s has in His wisdam seen tit to re
move fromn our midst our beloved
D. friend and comrade, James .D
Sevier, on the morning of
at enibher 26th, 1912, and, I
Whereas, James I). Sevier
was a sincere Christian, an ear
L- nest student and a considerate c
ýr- and courteous gentleman, wh!o, c
1s. by the attributes of his character c
e. and the congeniality of h.s dis
pie position, endeared hlinuls, f t· al o
at who knew him; therefore, be it h
Resolved by the sophnlore 1
class of the Louisiana State I
"-University, That in i.; death ~tf
s the University has so. t:"ined the t
loss of one who was n'ec-l an
r. honor to the instittion, and his
s- fellow students have b (n de
prived of a friend most; dear to'
t. them, whose memory they will .1.
never deface; furthermore, ie it '
n Resolved, That as a token (.fi
( the esteem in which our friend
- was held by those who knew himn
best, a copy of these re!oluti' ns
be sent. to his bereaved family, lt
to whom we extend our heartfe:t
s sympathy in their hour of sadness
and that these resolutions be
published in the Reville, the tl
Madison Journal, the Monroe ye
* News-Star, and the Vicksburg in
(Signed) J. M BARNETT. T1
e W. M. MERRITT. re
E. G. BURLEIGH. in
J. E. ORAWFORD.
. *i v-frAif. nynsding R4
r.... of ,a ny invea tion wili
,.I ' r L:.r.I free counerning
" '• -. "lfo- v to OLtain a
I.. '. -t. '..CteatS eu ed 1
..... . ..... ..... ..." C.t o.r e :pethl.e.
. " : t o h ts rc eive s ,ecial
i... . ii : PA. ''NT REIcOR ,
I ,. i' cir:adattd jt.lnal.t
v " n.;..:, r nd IJvetorl. D
S.: ': oy IF.,L. Addcaiis s
r ,J. FVANs 5 Co. O0
Sc: 8atCnt fttOrts.,) 01
gs. V'ASH 6 P" D.
Registered Jersey Bull
William fox No. 94839
This ball is by Fox's "Johnnie Ci
O'Dreamwold" No. 68,143.G
Dam: "MeC. Lady" No. 148,125 Si
Solid Color; Black tongue and
Uritoeh; Eighteen months old. Su
Breeder: Prof. A. B. McCay, Agri
cultural & Mechanical College, Stark.
William Fox wi make seasno
at my barn in Tallulah, La. U
rfE $2.50. Stritly ca s kl ance.
No EceUss. Privlege ofreturw. In
W. M. SCOTT.
it o ..Lh er o d th
.y eec a tie; posiztiy
I ... Tale
Ie · -·· ijilt·\
iys "Split-Log" King.
The billion dollar gool road.
idea of D. Ward King, the "'
cf souri farm(er who has ma ec
nd t 'o:)!4 Of ndiei of .nod r:ai
at a tir;!i:3! eNp;ense, mnv '
ily litle with ithe . .d ro.ad v: I f
on [ .rulihed stone an+, rn:!' .i 'r ,
Of ,'ri:-lieul Stci!ti U' 101 .. •: · I
re .;ianii'f'::ctl:rer, Vwl:o, Frolnt I,'1 : ,'
'l, Ilteahl(inarter I have ie:;ini :i a,
p:aign in Illinwli:, Kin, l-n h;
Ss lit-l g ('. ; hav" co t: tI
der, of high , ri(Ce I " 1n1;y
:. millions of ,'o.lh,- r. r
to ta:e laws of "ix ::t
le. made to ona'orllm t
le )y which thi ;
n(1 simplified the g,
ell lem. Eight St
ployed Mr. Kin ;
at governllent ha.s se; t
1' eopies of the !ulleti
ne tie rEa1 ."r
[k smlt, - E
-with i_ r
of or tw%'%.
Wl- ell hen !; .. ..
mt effort to, bt, i.. e,~ ;.,,
adaml road(La at !:, :" e,
e Kingdisc)vered th ,t .I:,4,. g
- a few l],''s t , to r a : U ' r " g
tl em over : ,
r g;ve it e
d an ', from t .i. S
S , Unt. thi ., - . : .. .
. n t e - . ""
?r .ost. ',
r- pI e invention t,
e Iciplolied King to .
,["de:;,onstrate hi-: ( 1 .:I
countit,. F-our ra . . ,
pl cyed in t:, vi,,.t ot:l
of Iowa. ;i, e thein ceigIIl
have criii',1 .-d . ,ng, ail t
e lawsof t i .. -e • .., ,1.a 'Ed.
c The saving n Itran-i,r'Oi, i.E ,' (0,is
Ii froni tihe farms has , (eC.: c(,(iO',li
e ted at over a bilii(on dollars.--1x.
.t - . -
s We offer One Hu'.id;red )I,:Ell.r 1i:e
ward for any case of (satar, h that ( , u
not be cur.d by Hall's Catar.h '"re
1" . . . ( H :: Ns Y A T ( ',)., T .,h 'd o , ( .
lW-, 'e l"n . l"r i;,l'., have knlown F
.I . 1. no, f. 1 la:.-. y ur,, and ibe
1r.:r, hir n p| r? 1;' ( on ( 1:,hIeO in all biu
.t ,in e . 4 t. t . i a I ,i' '" " .. ' a il y s Ill.,
f tou ntryv oit any C- .,a ni',lE" ':ii("a by
.lit t m.
N.TIo' : o . L,
HRllR( attr, . : !i y
actintr direetlv ., , ,
nilas eent fr "r
tie. Sold '.v all Druagm',ta.
Take Hall's Family Piiis fir coasti
STRAY ('ATTL':- Owl
that has been on r, .
years, marked cro,)
in left ear andunderbit in :it.
There is an increase from this
red cow of 6 head, making 7 head
G . W. CROW & CO.
Tallulah State Bank
Located at Tallulah, La.
Report furnished to the State Examiner
of Banks by the albove Bank at the
close of businesson Wednesday, Dec. 1
Demand loans ...................... 8 6,961 77
Loans secured by mortgage.... 61,612 5J
Other loans and discounts...... 99,529 17
Overdraftsa, secured and un
secured................... . 5,259 42
Other bonds, stocks, securi
ties, etc........ ........18,000 00
Banking house, furniture,and
fl:tores.............. 4,220 50
Other real estate owned...... 952 15
Due from hanks and hankers 59,015 (9
Cheeks and other cash items. 157 10 (
Gold coin...................... 67 50
Silver, nickel & copper coin. 5,101 45
National bank notes and all
issuaeU. 8. government..... 8,527 00
Suspense account........................ 2 50
Total ... .......2...... . ........ $270,010 22 1
Capital stock paid in.............2$ 6,000 00
Surplus 26................ ,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex
penscs and taxes paid.......... 2,31 63
Individual deposits subject to
0 check......... . .... 139,01 31
Time certificates of deposit... 27,73:1 73 F
Certified cheics........... 75 50 A
Cashier's checks outstanding 7,3-6 2 -
Bills payable...................... 40,000 00
Amount due to parsone not in. I
eluded in foregoing............ 4 85 1
Total.............................5 270,016 22
State of Louisiana, 1
Parish of Madison. f
I, W. M. ScoTrr, Presidert, and I, r
W. S. CiAIo, Cashier of the shve
named P'ank, d e-l.rmly swear that
the aborve .tatemet i. ,, e ', tl,. l,*et
'. " ). Pr, ' . ! r,',i,'.'.
.ob ' .r r . .i
this 18th d y of ,I ..."e , 10'2.
W. II. HARVEY,
'y.Clerk 9th District Court.
Jostipstio is thecaessenof many allmta(
and d'orde , that make life mierable.
Take Cbamberlain's' 8mm-h and Liver
Tablets, keep Irour Inoels renlar ad ye
:ai'l avoid t.ies di-eae. Fur shi by all
t - tr Rambler 10,000 Mile
• . _. .- -- . ., _ , ,_..k I--- __1
... "IS guarantee is " ack. d eve1l
..'" : t~aI I L "
one of our Rambler
Back of them is a factory l
"htcen h-ndrd men, with a fi ar
S and producing nine -si answer is the third reason.
cg nat go to makep thousand mile guarantee is the
This facto iaced wen . Appearance, comfort, sta
thousand Rambler e 10,000 mile guarantee.O
age cost for repair parts
these cars last year was only twi not these reasons enough?
and et centd.. nin
anýieycns Wrteyour name and address on the
Some of these cars have beupn in use upon below and forward it to a 'nmedi
n use five years or more. Te_ are the . ...,......
facts which warrant our confidence in the - . t
Rambler to the extent of giving the signed mile guarntee
guarantee for ten thousandi miles. n t r
The Coss Couantry sale s to datc arl t adrn "thenwrs
times those of last yearr. it to t.......-. J
. J.EOH N
S"Tallulah L -o
c aa ten " rtn ho,." " ' lat e.gOto"mak .-' "aln
tmese tars last year. .....e
·, tuan.:l uaate o h
Thisalul~h. fac .,,:en- C :m "BjMr !perac ,cofr,
thusn Rmbe~ · ~~-3 0,00mlegarat
... . . . . . car ..s ... .. .,;.- ,,l ,,, n.. ,"-,,,... . .. :' •
Log Irs rd rmers
We are in thH market for
Persimmon, Dotw.oml, A'h.
IHicory and Po.l,lr l,uy:--F"' .
sull particulnrs idlrey, 13Bx 1728,
New Orleans, Ln.
S NY)DEI & G01I l wy l,
W M. S. HOT.MERE
i A ttorney-at-law,
JOHN B. STONE,
R. BURNEY LONG,
S Attorney-nt-L aw,
Will praeliec in the parishes of
Of P. HLERRT,
. Notary Pa!,lie.
Parish Surveyor, Civil !ntirner.
All work attended to ,r ,~r l,..
G. II. OGRGUIltN1;,
. Physician & Surer.s,
Offers his professional services
to the public.
)AVII)D M. EVANS, .IR.,
G" "Pl'E N' 'Ilt,
A ttcrney atI-Law,
TALI.mI.AI, A, i
Will practice in the parishes o
1. ý. CAhAItI . W WIIIl tmclEA4
The Vicksb urg Boiler & Iron ks
All Sizes ,. -
VICKS URG, MISSISSIPPI.,
State of Louisiana, Parish of Madison,
9th Judicial District Court.
Mrs. Mary Alien et al vs A. N. An
drews. No. 12f'.
By virtue of a (ommision to 7.';, t.
me directed, fmtm the ll,,,: .
Judicial Ditriect Court for the Parish o.
Madis.on aforesaid, in the above enti
tied enupe, I will proceed to sell, at
publie aucsion, at the door of the Conit
House in the '1 ,wn of Tallulah, in Mad
ison PArish, Louisiana, on the 4th
S.*turday the 25tn day of January A.D.,
1913, between the hours prescribed by
law, the following described property,
! . W of Seetiv . 7, and T,:. t
Terms of sale: Cash to the h eies
S_ o A. 3. 8x..z'u I.
'horff'e ote., Ta:.ulabh, La.,
,: i'; ,k
wM.aOOTT. PRIIESDcNr J. M. JOMNeONI t.
Tallulah St ate Bank "
CAPITAL & SURPLUS $52,000uDOi :j -
FURS AND HIDS
JH RAW FURS W
JOHN WHITE& CO, ..
ia short 4
Sac Conplebte '
.k. Only Sbhool with Aetual
IM III elýMM#Ir'l and Actual MOy In which at
skeep the P booka .lotl for l
xo t o t bae 'ome6 Oadustee In Ite ol deln r
tlro hlr tbdr rr Artsl W r·Ly.9 IOULUE & RONL
:p PI s"AAi --+ M-- r " --- +Mr c s,,o Mw, ' -, .