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,AMax Levy of Lake I'rov
was visiting in Tallulahl
Jg. J. B. Snyder ihaq een II
Lake I'rovidenc, hloling court
"r. B. Majors. of l'ti-a, Mis.,
visiting in Tallulah, this c
r. and Mrs. W. H. Ward and inm
-Neal T. Holt were visiting to
Ir. and Mrs. Rickard KU
,of Dnekport, was in Tal
bl. F. L. Maxwell, President a I
Police Jury, of Mound, au
la town Wednesday. et
. Alex (Clark was in town h
sy attending meeting Co
L Jury. col
. Allen E. Iinds of the cal
Macon district was in .i
Benj. J. Mitchel, of Afton dui
. J. B. Galloway of Omega, Ho
town this week on busi- Be
d. pd Mrs. John IT. Devine, (ai
averly, were in Tallulah ing
. Will H. Hewes, of Ashly, of a
town this week attending a fe
of Police Juoy. (linv
A. H. Purnell from Bran- bub
is.. is here on a visit to 1OC
e, Mrs. E. T. Puruell.
J. B. Snyder is in Lake
this week, atending oats
friends of Mrs. Ella Sny- in stc
glad to know she is con. while
t after her late serious all so
. J. Sevier, our popular is nec
ha1 gone to Uincinatti to
s4d bring back a prison- Expel
in jail there. child'
ie Spencer has been j A
in Vicksburg, where she
the attractive guest off On
Mrs. Lizzie Bedford 'ystes
]Miss Tommie Bedford. been
iliam M. Murphy is in benel
her old home, from St. ing.
ire she HnoWV resides. o
ing her mother, Mrs.
tTerer, e Mrs. Murphy in r
friends in Tallnlahi the s
to have her with State
* Greer Vines, oflFirst,
Ir, Ala:, is visiting will b
Mr. and uirn. D. Gt. y n
?llulah. The many itengi
Mrs. Vines will re- where
as Miss Maud Greer norm.
several visits to) her all we
_l before hmer marri- prised
lsh Book Oluh metr hoe
afternoon at theore
D. . . Allen, andTh s
members were pres- the N(
:aMbject of discussionimorl
, by Ellen Glasco. impori
of officers being in Ketl
vote was in favor of
cers, they were re-. i
adjournment was tion. 1
the acceptance of anl Improve
to meet the first the liveI
In June with Mrs. W. liefron
,rst. Allen provedl~ ,ie
delightful hlstess Ilici..
was served which
ligtful occasion on Nice Ofi
moon was the card
at the hohe of Mrs. ]Man,
. Mrs. Coltharp coneerr
Srteon were cn-host- energet
pleasant ocasion. paying
ie 2tables. The ,core Lthis falI
the prize winners be- tthoroug
nie Erwin and ling, she
8pencer, rieeiving Lelegry
I prizes, respect- this c
ml white fans. Miss greater
ws the lucky contest- Write
torsolation, a Ieauti- what we
SThe refreshlments uates sa
a delightful salad and whim
trawblerry sherbet. erM say
llent was given iin you will
to Mrs. Robertson, training
ihes, mother of mands a
i -= are plae
Kelley, Evangilist l Every
Conference. Iln ia ha
rlttaI .ethodist :lhnrch ij this town on
tile seventeenth of this month.
All are miost cordially invited to
Talle rla- attend these services. The meet
ming will continue for ten days.
SV. I). ;SKIPjER.
,ns .o,, Indigestion? Can't Eat? No Appetite?
A treatment of Electric Bitters in- a
creases your appetite; stops indigestion; I1
a, i. ou can eat everything. A real spring ton
l il, this icfor liver, kidney and stomach trouble.
Cleanses your whole systerm and you feel
fine. Electric Bitters did more for Mr.
T. D. Peeble's stomach troubles than any I
ard and medicine he ever tried. Get a bott:Le y
visiting to-day. 50c. and $1.(l, atyourdruggist. ti
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for eczema.
iril K LAWN PARTY AND BABY CONTEST 93
in Tal- On -Friday, May 15th, Mrs.
Allert Nicols will be hostess at as
aesident a la% I l)arty condmucted under the Cc
Mound, auspices of the Ladies Aid Soci
ety of the Methodist Church.
in town Autoimoliles will he waiting at -
the Opera House at 3 P. M. to
convey all guests to the party.
Delicious ice cream ,j, Cones,o ,
of the cake, sandwiches and hImot col!'ee
was in will be sold, iced tea free.
The drawing card of the after
nooni will be the Bahy Show c-in
SAfto ducted according to the rules and
ay regulations o f t Ii e Wolman's
)neg, HoIme Companion's Bureau of
busi- Better Babies.
The babies will be examined,
measured and weighed by Ir.
ervine, aines, with 1Mrs. Mlol;erly assist
illulah ing. The two receiviing the
Ihigl'estscore will receive a prize
each. All habies to four years
Aslhly, of age are eligible to (intramie at
ding a fee of 50 cents achi. If you
I have not already entered your
brn- baby, do so to--ay. Adimiision
sit to 10 cents.
L'l. CHILD CROSS? FEVERIS? SICK?
i A cross, peevish, listless child, with S!
iling coated tongue, pale, doesn't sleep; eats
sometimes very little, then again raven- St
ously; stomach sour: breath fetid, pains I
Sny- in stomach with diarrhea; grinds teeth
con. while asleep, and starts up wite terror
,riouz all suggest3 a Worm Killir-something
that expels worms, andi hnaomo every
child has them. Kickapoo Worm Kiiler
plaris needed. Get a box to-day. Start at
i once. You won't have to coax, as Kicka
poo Worm Killer is a cllny confection. O
rison- Expels the worms, the cause of your tasi
child's trobb!es. 25c. at your druggist.
been A BETTER SUMMER CHIOOL
at of; One of the defectse of ourStaile
ifnor~ ystems of summer schooIls has
ford. been that teachers lh'ive not been or So
is in benefitted financially by attend- DA
is ing. Too often, their attendance
hi St, as only enabled them to renew
Mrde. their certificater without obtain
ing more pay. This sunmmer, it
ular the six and ten weeks summer
shit o sool which will be held at the State
State Normal at Natohlitohis,
two improveme.rts will be found:
r, of First, the course of every student
ting will be carefully advised by fiaul
t. ty members with a view of tme
lany stengthening his scholarslhp Judicii
re. where most needed; secondly, cau,
reer normal credits will be allowed for auctioR
her all work done in courses com. Parise,
,rri- prised in the Normal corricu'lumn. Sturd
and these credits will count tow.- A. DI
ards obtaining a normaldipnima law, al
met Those in attendance will thlere- ingdes
e fore derive a double benefit. Tht
and The summer sclhoul iamphilts of
: the Normal School explalllns the tinati
importance of this plan* North h
in Keep Bowel Movement Regular o runme
r of Westsj
Dr. King's New Life Pills keep stom- Fifty
e- ach, liver'and kidneys in healthy condi
14) tion. Rid the body of poisons and waste. prt
an Improve your complexion by flushing itf
rnt the liver and kidneys. "Igot more re
. lief from one box of Dr. King's New Madisor
d Life Pi:s than any other medicine I ever Vendor
tried," sayoC. E. Hatfield. of Chicago, eed i
' Illinacis. 25 cents at yourdrulggit Terms
Youg Man nr Yeung Lady to take Sheriff'
Of Nice Office Position at good Slary. Tallu:ah
rs. Many of our large business
rp conoerns are wanting bright.,
st energetio young menl to fill good
n. paying positions in their office
re this fall, providing they have a
e- thlorough training in bookkteep
d Ing, shorthand and lypwrlting ,or
ng telegrliphy. The demand for
t- this class of help will be far
a greater than the supply.
t- Write for our catalog and read
ti- what wedo, and what our grad
ta uates say we have done for them
id and what our graduates' employ.
t ers say of their efficiency. T' en
in you will be convinced tha:t our
n, training exactly meets ithle de
of mande of the best business and
railway ofiee. You will also be
eoofvinoed than our graduate ,,
are placed in position promptly
it Every statement in our oata
,. Ilg ie beoked by a eabh guaran
.i eefSi.ok be trne sad oor.
town on r ,et.
lmont. Don't waste you;r Rummerj
'itedl to months just becau~e there is neo
l' iet- I work you con do. SEnter our
Sdays. scihool for a course iin hookkeep.
P''EH. ing anrd hortliard or telegriaphiy,
'or bhusinesq administration and
Pinan (e. Our rooms are large
ters in- and coot; they are well venti
igestion; iated; there is not a place you
ng n- would enjoy spending the surn.
you feel mer more thnn taking a course
for ir. with us. With our original
.hanany eopyrighthied systems we give
bott:e you a better course in half the
ruggist. time and at almost half the cost
czema. of other schools teaching other
For free catalog giving full
Mrs. particulars, fill in your namen
ass at and addre.sm and mail to Tyler
r t:he Commercial College, r'yer.. Tex.
inreh ll. A t.irp.. "
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V. to 111
one", i +. Ordinery
º:lree 1 corset
fter- you the
(41'i !t or
mu of comfort
I Dr II
(srot uoma stam)
I will call at your home by
((? appointment, and give you
any Information on our cor
with sets with no obligation on
eats your part. Telephone or
rven- send postcard to
,ains ti . : . L. b,.Ck, Agt. p
teeth * T&'uh. , (Iii . fc
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:iler Money To Loan.
Lion. On highly improved Plan
our tation: property in .Madison
Parish. 5 to to years time.
E. L. Gladney,
2000 Palmer Ave.
sNEW ORLEANT. LA.
aeii Or See
id- DA\'iD . EVASS, Att'y.,
Ice uTalu lah. La. l'ih-:3]
lhe State of Louisiana, Parish of Madison,
Ninth Judicial District Court.
d: J. T. McCLELLAN
VS. NO. 1904.
it MATILDA DOZEMAN
Ey virtue of a Writ of Seizure & Sale
of tome directed from the Honorable Ninth
p Judicial District Court for the Parish of
Madison aforesaid, in the above entitled
Y, cause, I will proceed to sell at public
or auction, at the door of the Court House
in the town of Tallulah, in Madison
m. Parish, Louisiana on the fifth
n Saturday, tha 30th day of May, 1914
w- A. D, between the hours prescribed by
a law, all the rght, title and interest ot
Matilda Bozeman in and to the follow
e- in described property, to-wit:
S That certain lot of ground fronting
fifty feet on Chesnut Street, or a cor
tinuation thereof, commencing at a
e point Nine Hundred and Thirty feet
North of the Northeast corner of Lot
Number 12 of the Town of Tallul'd,
ond running thence Northerly on the
West side of said street a distance of
SFifty feet and running back between
li- parallelliu'es at right angles to said
street a distance of One llundred and
2g Fifty feet, being the lot iOx1lO0 feet
e- lying just North of the lot sald to the
w Madison Development Compary, by tthl
r Vendor and owned by Jake More,
* seized in the above suit
Terms of Sale: Cash with benefit of
A. J. SEVIER, JR.,
SSheriff's Ofhee, Sheriff.
STallu'ah. La., April 23, 1914. H.
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NEW YORK LI4FE INSUIZANCE LC3.,
AlIso Real Estate A n.
i Than it Costs"
e In Lots of farmers declare their telephone service
is worth more than it costs. J. W. Harris, a well
known farmer living near Choccolocco, Ala.,
hours after my telephone was connected with
your exchange. My mother, who is very old
fell down the door steps and broke her arm, and
I calUed the doctor. He was at my house before
I could. have gone to his residence, as he has an
S"We would not be without our telephone for
IOU more than it costs and appreciate the assistance
on you rendered us."
Our free booklet tells how you mar have tele
phone service on your farm at small cost. Write
for it today. A postal will do.
FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
Camberland Telephone .
and Telegraph Company
424 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
ite The kind yeo ought to ase and when
ui Py oaght to have it, that Is when
914 Iu really :ete it W. ca fix yeO
1 pla short order. Let yeor orders
b*me. li a 0 89 ol Wct8,
ot Letter, Bi' and Typewriter Heads,
R tSanl enelope s.R.... . ..
Bee JOURNAL PRINT SAlP
Phone the GARAGe
Neo. ,111. No.2. eote
For Prompt Auto
Service and repairing
BROWN & GAINES
711 Saints' eoifege, Vicksburg
Academic, Music, and Art Schools
Its beautiful building is located in thle great Vicksburg National Military
Park, in the most healthful section of the State, 2530 feet &owVe the River, upon
the Picureeqne Minature Mountains of Missisisppi.
Thoroughly Equipped Facaulty in eharge of its Schools. Session for
1913-1914 openu Sqtember 17, 1913. For inlormation, Address
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in i 8tack pain:t, %1*alw':sizcd tanks,
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Pipes, alvc; :and Fittings
PluetIin , Tin,: a-nd rn Work of
COt'TRV WORK AND ORDERNs A ;PECIALTV,
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Al- .- 629 j , "36
You are not alrcady trading %tith us, Phone
your next Order to Numnber 21 and give
us a trial. Agent for Richelicu
Pure Food Groceries
The Best and not the Cheapest Is our Motto
eW. A. GILP IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Headquarters for Good Things to Eat
Phone No. 21 No. 5 Depot St.
WHEN IN VICKSBURG ]
*" DON'T FORGET
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IS THE LEADING HOTEL
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BEST CAFE IN THE CITY
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The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is
grown and where there is a limited amount of storage space.
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the space required to store loose hay.
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14xl18-inch Bale Chamber with I H C
8, 4, or 6-H. P. Engine.
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/ 4 or 6-H. P. Engine.
/ 17x22-inch Bale Chamber with I HC
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International Motor Hay Presses will bale more hay ls a
given length of time than any other press of equal size.
The self-feeder, toggle joint plunger, power jack, bade
tension and spring roller tucker are features worth looking
into. Drop in and see as the next time you are in town.
May talk to one man,
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TALKS.TO THE WHOLE COIMMUNITY