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ng up .Mrs. Furgason's ent at t ihe ('ol tiler last week the tmis.takie in the we rI uililied nIade to read "Inorti Linton entertained oni y afterneotn the ladies who do d not play cards. of the acreasion was a :aalled Thilmhle. There ramntsetments and the go greatly appreciated ed. In the evening a entertained four atecards which was also aejoyed. Ice erearn and served on, both occa Johnson entertaln I.ve hundtred party on evein;I'i 9'. H. Oghourne enter- I delightfully at a five party on Tuesday even mentary to Mrs. W. ,of St. Louis. Mrs. Iort prize Mrs. W H. o@nsolationl and Mrs. n the boohy. Ice take were the refresh- I E. Yerger intimates SIgoing to buy a car. to say that it will be investment. il Scott has returned a house party at Miss., at which she .njoyable time. On tip two young ladies her in Greenwoo4 in Jackson had i having M.ass Ar a two days visit. mg the poposed new week, we stated that would cost $:3,50,. e hwen U85,(N). I itran entertained a luncheon of twelve I imentary to her Villian Murphy, ,,f al social function t was the six-course n by Mrs. Isidore t uesday complinrei. t W. M. Murphy. The N were heauti- I with the Imt; t ' lbwers of all kinds. Qal of the guests,all into the spacious where were the e with many gonl a iat. After dinner ( aited to the ready r a, Where the ganme r played for several li a inMrs. W. I. Iirst prize an,. M sl. the conusol- I n guests at the S wedding were: oqua, Mrs. Hubis leury Fuqua, from Mr. and Mrs. * Waterproof, irs. I!froi, St. Joseph, and Harry (;old iasie Beasdford Lu fommie Beadford, idfor Lucas. Brlackwood Patter t, Natcilez Thurs-. a week beforei SGladys and Edna Alerta Nicols on a .b Jackson, Miss. Yuqu. and little a Mrs. Hubbs, re- a Geotrge Spencer ft visitors for several ci Johnson the resi ie Lake Pr'novidence in the Episcopal a last Sunday. Mr. intiments here are Sunday in each our Methodlist mini te in Delhi thlere eQngregation the attending Trinity turch, an act of l. Johnson. ,M. Reeves, from a ctive visitor * t of her sister n1 II. A pt terger and child- fo r, after two Ijo vmin Tallalah | Irovideace I alt 8OLDMANSPENCER. A lmeautiful home wedding was I l's*Innizsd Wednesday when Mr. (er- arneal Goldman and I Miss I$e - e sie it. Spencer plighted their ted ,tith at the hlotmed,,f tie bride's ti- parent. They were wed a'cord ing to the Ieanuty of thie Episco o pal ritual, Rev. Roberts .Johnson, tof lJak.e L'rovidene(, olli, iating. I. Everything was lovely, the bride sa especially so. Tihe ldoors between re the hlalls were decoratel and the lie back part of the hall in whi Ich eIl the e.eremnlny to,'k place was ex ng quisitely decorated with Ilowers, tIr grasses, and! ferns. The alter o •o was a mIIIass of heautiful flowers ii a'and between the curtained wind a- ows which were also decorated with vines and Ilowers, the many l lighted candles made a beautiful n- tableau. The bridal party en n tered the front hall fromn the parlor and was arranged as fol Slows: Miss Bessie Spencer, the I r- bride, leaning on the arm of her re of her father Mr. Geo. lSpencer, n- she was lovely in her exquisite v. gown wiith long flowing veil. s. Mass Matta Fuqua, from BHath, 1. Rouge a cousin of the bride was s. maid of lanor and preceded the e the bride and her father to the I-I alter where tiey were joined by the groom and his best iman, Mr. Brisc G(oldmnan. Th'le minister b lehind the improvised and flower r. decorated al ter stood.,prayer ookIH e inn hand, ready to tiethe unuptial knot. After the solemnily beau 1 tiful words were solken iy which t they were wed, the bridal party repaired to the parlor where re latives and fricnds crownred around to wish God-speed to the nhappy pair. S blMiss ('ora McClellan a former - music teaellerof the bride )layed L Levgemngrianm's Wedding March until the party was arranged at a the alter and after the crmmony st sihe played The Bride by Wagner - as they returned to the parlor. I The wedding gift.4 were numerous I and beautiful an evidence of the e wpopularity of thi- young coupie. A beautiful feature of the meca- L Ssmion was the Ihandsome bride's cake the decoration of which couall fit be surpa ssed by a n skilled confectioner anywhere. e 'lie bridal comup!e will go to New e Orleans and the coast and on their return will live in the home which the grnoom has made beaun - tiful for the reception of the M t bride Mossgrove in Tensas par jais. M s Mr. J. L. Rountree, of tile Con s cordia Sentinel, Vidalia, La., I and Mr. J. P. Scott of the Tensas r Gazette, St. Josepb. La., were P visitors to town last Stuiday, and a returned to their respectives Ihomes Mmlday mmorning. The Misses Reid, fronm Right SBower plantatiom were diinner guest Sunday of Mrs. Jessie Y. Bonney and Mrs. lIauise Yerger, at the lihomle of Mr. Joll E. Yer ger. Mliss Helen P'emlletoam, late of Sophie Newcomb College wlhase home is in Lawrence, Kan.,mhas c iKen on a visit to hier friemd Mrs. Jessie Y. Bonney. SOne of thie nmost delightful social event.s of the season wls time thlimble party given by Mrs. a Lipton on Tuesl;ay afternoon to tihe nion-card playing ladies of a the town. This was in the na t ire of a sequel to ker late card party. Despite a slow down fall of rain quite a numnber of ladies ( were present with some kind of needle work from beautiful french inmbroidery, and exquisite crochnet to every dlay button holes. a After discussing fancy work, and exclhanging many ideas onm thie sualject thIe hIstess led tIle party in a nmost delightful contestl o of guessing fa miliar proverbs r and adages. Then came an ana- 2 gram contest on articles used in the sewingljmasket, whiich created a great deal of amusement aini b iearty ;auglmter in guessing time a correct worcds. A delightful ice V course was serve,! e:3sisting of hrick cream in white, pink and chocolate, and three kinds of I cake. Time party proved to be 0 such a grand success that a social f needle works club was organized. At a late ihour the club after ex- b pressing thanks to Mrs. Linton for her generous hospitatity ad joumrned, to nmeet witlr Mrs. Percy a iebert the Sd Jriday in July. - - 1 STATE TAX SALE Is - Of - IMMOVABLE PROPERTY Ir - State of Louisiana 1- ---- VB. -- º Delinquent Tax Debtors, 1, Madison Parish, La. Tallulah, Madison Parish, La. ' By virture of the authority vested in n me by the Constitution and th-s Law~o,l the State of Louisiana, I will sell at 1 the principal front door of of the i Court House is held, within the legal hours for Judicial Sales, beginning at 11 o'clock, A. M., on the taird Saturday, June 27th, 1914, A. 0, r and continuing on each succeeding day, and until said sales are completed. a1. immovable property upon wnich taxer - are now due to the State of Louisiana 1 and Parish of Madison, to enforce the collection of taxes assessed in the year 1913 and interest at the rate of 10 pe; cent per year until paid, tigether witt all the costs,. as follows, to-wit: BUTLER, HENRY. north third, lot 4 in Spencer addition to Taliulah. as sessed at $1J0. Taxes and interest, 1913 $1.36 ELMORE, R. D., 1000 acres, part of " Albany " tract, section 27 est of Joes Bayou Lake, west half and south east quarter section 28, east half of northeast quarter section 28, south east quarter section 20, north half of northeast quarter section 32, nortn half of south half of nortneast quarter section 32, all of section 32 ea.t o. Joes Bayou Lake being lots 3,4. ano 5, all section 33, lots 2, 3, ana 4 sec tion 34, townsnip 17 north, range 1t, east Taxes and interest, 1913 . $189.25 HUNTER, El., "Dunn," 480 acres, tractional sections 10, 11, and 12, township 15 north, range 1' east; as sessment, $2,840. Taxes and interest, 1913 .......... $68.74 HUNTER, E. & C., "Smithville," 1000 acres, sections 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, town ship 14 north, range 14 cast, assess ment, $2120. 'Taxes ald Interest, 1913 .....9.77 HUNTER. . E& C., "C,l. Da t," :32, acres, lots 9 and lo, township 16 nortii, range 14east, assessment, 4i40. Taxes and interest,11i ......... $15.19 JOHNSON, P. S., lot number 80, & S. third of lot 22, and south tnird of lot 23, all i Nor.hern addition to \.tlagl of Tallulah, assessment, $2000. Taxes and interert, 19t ........$56.71 LASANCE, A., 647 acres, "Albany" tract, all section 27 west of Joes Bayou Lake, west half and southeast quarter of section 2b, east half of northeast quarterol section 2S, south east quarter of section 2!, north haif of northeast quarter and north half of south hall of not thcast quarter oi section 32, all section 32 east of Joes Bayou Laike, being lots 3, 4, and 5, all section 33, lots 2, 3, and 4 section 34, township 17 nort,, range 10t east, as sessment, j51 0. Taxes ana interest, 1913 ......... $121.23 LASANCE, A., " Armorer" tract 2267 acres, southwest quarter a:r.d west half of north west quarter section 3, north half & southeast quarter, north half of southwest I seo.onm o, all sec tion 4, all section 10 excel.t north east quarter, soutawest quarter of northwest quarter section 11, north half of nortn half section 16, ail north cast I section 17 east ot Bayou Macon T. 1b north, range 10 east, tot 6 dec. 32, township 17 north, range 10 east. 'laxes and interest, 1913 ...... $431.04 MARSHALL, Elliott, lot 5 in partition of "Cabmteele," assessment, $120. Taxes and interest, 1913 .............t1064 MURCHIE, J. M., lots 3 and 4 of the partition cf Lubipteele plantation, more particularly described as follows: Tnose certain lots numbers 3 and 4 as per map of C. W. Babbitt, Engi neer, filed with and made part of said deed of partition between heirs of Mrs. Sarah E. Marshall, deceased, which lots are described as follows, to-wit: FIRnr: That portion of improved and timbered landp inside of the levee, beginning at an iron stake on the west aside of the road and seipage ditch and north eat corner to No. 2, thence with No, 2 61.45 west to an iron stake on tleedge of the woods whence a cypress X4 " N. 80 E 09 Cypre.s X N 8. 8E O. 60 and a Hion ey l~cast X S 0 60 W. O. 27; thence still with. No. 2 S. 82.45 W. about 64 cains. to Sparta line, thence with Spats line S. 84 W. about 12 chains to the cornerof sction 27, 28, 31, 32; thence with Glnmary line between 37 and 28 about l0chains to the back corner of No. 3 and 4, but owing to ltakes and slough through this portion of the line is not pnarked; Begin again for north line of No. and between No. 3 ond 4 at an iron stakeonthe west side of rqadandfar enoughto be 22.75 chains perpendiculer from No. 2, and above the dwelling house and yard, and thence S. 61.45 W.12.64 from eanter of levee to an iron stake onthe west side of the gin road; thence down the road to another ironn stake, thence squth 61.45 W. 2.25 to an iron, thence north30. W. 1.00 to an iron, thence south 61.45 W. A. 25 about 64) chains~ to an iron stake for No. 3 and 4 i the iloughnear the edge of the wooda whence a haekberry S80 " diabear N. 27 1-100 W 13. Cypress 18 " . . 1.30 E. 36 thence between 3 and 4 through the W woods S. 20.45 W. about 68) chains to boundary of sections 27 and 28 but only marked as far as the Lake, will contain 200 acrep of improved land and 12 acres of timbered land. Second: That pther tract No. 8 F partlyin front and bounded south by No. 2 and having a perpendicular distance of 27 chains from No. 2 thence No. 61.45 E. to an Iron stake on the bank Shute, and thence from same course across the batture to the H' river, thence down the river to No. I 2. S. 61.45 tothe beghmining, containing 110 acres not including lake and bat taore about 124 acres with right-of way to other lots across it TmHIRD: That other tract No. 3. begin at an iron stakje on the levee a I southwest corner of No. 2 of that d I Po vision thence up thq levee to River view line thence with saidline N. 13 i E. to the river thenie down the river i to No. 2 thence with No. 2 to the be-d nning containing about 100 er wl Squantity not roqarded on account of of caving bank. Lot number or shre number 4, as P follows: m4 FIRaS: That poion of improved f .d timbered lands Inaide of the levee, beginningat an iron stake on the in west side of the rqdom the levee to tU an iom strfke ea thg west side of gin heo thence dow. to read 17 shila toanother Ir, theme 8. 6146 Wa. 2._ehublaato0 theme . Wi 1 W. LU to sIrg, & .L4I W~ahmU~dub he. mhe· VWorth Moro Than it Costs" Lots of farmern, declare their telephone service is worth more than it costs. J. W. Harris, a well known farmer living near Choccolocco, Ala., writes: "I had occasion to call our doctor not two hours after my telephone was connected with your exchan:;e. My mother, who is very old, fell down the door steps and broke her arm, and I called the doctor. He was at my house before I could have gone to his residence, as he has an automobile. "We would not be without our telephone for Tore than it costs "ad appici:c,. tLe t sistance you rendered us." Our free booklet tells how you ma3 have tole- " phone service on your farm at small cost. Write for it today. A postal will do. FARMEP.S' LINE DEPARTM. NT Cumberland Telephone ard Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. 424 SOUTH PRYOR STRE ET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. ! I press X 1.30 E. O. 36, thence between 3 and 4 through the woods S. 20 degrees 45 W. about 59j chains to boundary of sections 27 and 28 thence with sections 27 and 28 N. 7 degre..s west about 30 chains but marked c;n account ,i lake to tnhe section cornvr in the lake, thience sou,.h 84 derc.es W. 3.80 to a gum treecorner, whe:rce an iron wood X N 61. 0 25, thence N. 6 W. between 4 and 5 and marked the line 31 chains to an iron stake, whence a honey locus X S. 45) W. 0 13 hack berry XN. 68 E. 018, red elm X S. 21) E. 0 25, thence between 4 and 5 18 degrees E. 3350 chains to an iron stake in the slough, whence a honey locus X bears S. 721 E. 0. 24, thence up the sloughland ditch northerly about 7 chains to opposite another ditch with the center of that ditch for boundary to No. 5 N. 591 E. about 54 chains to an iron stake on the ditch at a plantation rc Il, thence up said road for a boundary N. 3.34 W. 13.2, to an iron stake on the levee 40.48 chains to angle and thence diwn the levee to beginning, containing 199 improved land and i26 acres of timbered land not including public road seipage uitch. SECOND: Trat other tract cf No. 4 partly in front and bounded south by No. 3 of same divison and having a perpendicular distance or 20 chains from No. 3 and running thence be tween Nos. 4 and 5N. 6.1, 45 E. across the batture, thence down the the river to the river to toe north line oi No. 3, containing lel acres, not inclLding lake ai.d batture, about 75 acres. THIRD: That other tract of No. 4 on the caving bank included between, the old abandoned levee on the east: side and the line of No. 1 on the west side, fanting 40.48 chains on the levee containing about 100 acres, but quantity not regardel on account of caving ban. RighT'-of-way across' No. 4 of 2ndtract to other lots re served; this lot included the gin located I tuereon, saessament, $9570. Taxes and interest. 1913........... $223.84 MONTGOMERY, G. 1., lots 8 and 9of ine '1 raetra.ot aititon to Tallulah as shown by plat of said addition on file I onpage 424, Notorial Record Book ' N" of Madison'Parish. Taxes and interest, 1913........... $13.95 MONTGOMERY, G. W., part of Mont rose plantation and being that part of section 23 lying east of a line com mencing at an iron pipe on north bank of Roundaway Bayou and run north 11.75 degrees east 24.16 chains, then north 67 degrees west 30.87 chains, I then north 17.25 chains to a point 18 chains west from north west cornerof section 33 on section 33 on section line between sections 28 arid 33, all section 34, south half and southwest quarter section 27, nortnwest quarte! section towhship 16 norhh range 1I east; also 40 acres off west end of section 87, 57 acres off west end of section 86 townseip 15 north range 13 - east. Taxes and interest, 1913 ......... $258.37 PARKER, James, lot 50x150 in Tallulah said lot fronting 50 feet on west side of Chestnut Street commencing 470, feet north of the northeast corner of lot number 12 and running back be tween parallel lines at right aig'e4 to Chestnut St.a distance of 15,: f. Taxes and interest, 1913. .3.0 WALKER, W. B., 59.50 acres, north west quarter of north west quarter; section 6, township 17 north, range 11 east except a strip 66 links wide off west side. Taxes and interest, 1913..............$10.32 WARREN LAND CO., 66.90 acres, all that portion of the southwest quarter r of section 2 in tnwnship 17 north, j range 11 E. lying E. of Tensas River, e assessment, $520. Taxes and interest, 1913 ............. $12.42 FRISBY, Est. Norman, or Unkhown Owner, 79.90 acres; the east half of e southeast quarter, section 36, town- s ship 15 north, range 10 east, assessed at $640. Taxes and interest, 1913..........$. 19 ii HYNES, A. IR, Heirs of, or Unknown Owner, 160 acres, an undivided half O interest in section 23, township 16 north, range 10 east, assessment, $1280. Taxes and interest, 1913..............$30.15 - On day of said sale I will sell such; portion of said property as each debtor - will point out, and in case the bebtor 1 will not point out sufficient property, I will at once and without further delay sell the least quantity of said property s which any bidder will buy for the amount of taxes, interest, and costs due by I said debtor. The sale will be without appraisement, for cash in legal tender ' money of the United States, and the. property sold shall be redeemable at any " time for the space of one year by pay- 1 ing the price given including costs and twenty per cent thereon. A. J. SEVIER, JR., Sheriff a Ex-Offieio Tax Col lector, Madison Parish, La. Taklll , Ia., May 1, 114 i • .sw,,wJ~m, ,,.-i Notice to Mortgage o Creditors Offce of Slate Tax Collector , Par-t; .f .Jadi. -,. l Li.siana 1j .la, 11th, 1914. In confornitv with latw, notice ishers by given to at partie.3 holding m.ortga- 4 1 ges on real tstate located in the Parish of Madison. on which taxes for the Syear 1913 have not been paid, that I w. ill begin the sale of same at the Court House door on the third Saturday. the 27th day of June, A. D. 1914, and that a number of pieces of property so de e linquert are now being advertiscd in this newspaper in canformity with the r law, preparatory to such shtle. ihe at r tention cf mortgage credit,,rs.is .spcci Salliy called to these advertistreents. of ttax sales, and they are warned to take d such steps prior to the sale as may be n necessary to prqtect their rights. o A. J. SEV'IER. JIR., Sheriff a Ex-Officio Tax Cal d lector, Madison Parish La. d Tallulah, La., May 11th, 1914. !COLORADO StIle High SWHERE II 'S COOL o The Ideal Vacation Land t s MLWAY G' et there Quick THROUGH OBSERVATION t SLEEPER Every Day on the TEXAS- COLORADO LIMITED Excursilo IRates mow ceod all Summer For full particulars see T. & P. Ry. Agents or write to: A. P. BELL, E0. . HUTER Ast. G. P! A. Ger. Pass. Agt. SDLLAS, TEXAS SUMMER EXCS FARES VIA Great Highway To all the principal resorts of the East, North and Northeast. The traias of this system carry Pull man sleepers of the most up-to-date pattern, equipped with eletr,ec fans and electric lights, dining cars sere ing mtal a la carte. First class in every particular. Coo est, cleanest, finest scenery, highest altitudes. Commu.icate with us Is fore arrsng ing trip. For further particulars, call on or address R. B. OWEN, Agt. F. M. DONOIHOE, D. P. A., Vicksburg. Miss. Did you know that Calonile is Mercury, and that its lmer curious effec:ts will ruin tle systeim, while GRICGBY'S LIV-VER-LAX is purely vegetable and can be used ;with perfect safety. Ask Tallulah Drug Co.-adv. I ASSESSOR'S NOTICE NOTICE is given that the asssment lists for Madison perish ave bee crm pleted sad are now op for inpsotaima L uatp.ps~mfr JPAY BY CHECK IIc ayour tmoe in o;wur it:it:k and fPa•y your Hills; uiU U. it.. * -. ARP, Agent. '!, I T1 I . .. - .. , I ., - ..iL.. .11 (AL. - We uan icyrlwati(n £4)ri a policy iii S,,NEW YORK . I E, INSU,,,ANC CO ., I.. -Also Re:ul Estate .SAgu. MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK IICKSII'RG.R( MN. ORG(;.SNIZ, Js t. .1 188 6 E .\1 N A 1. 1 "w..'.1+ ! ! T.\ i ..... )1.ý , f.0 ;A1:NED A Pl'lTAIL ~I;4,(n00.00 t S -VINGS DEPARTMENT i ORG .NIgEI) Jlla II ,Il~l;IN.l I '.\I'iT.! . $ . ,iM.In - TOTAL DIVIDENOS I;Y (MP1I'I . 1 NKS A Il) ,To itK lOi.I.S $4,65,000.00oo IF You are not already trading with us, Phone your next Order to Nunaber 21 and give us a trial. Agent for Richelieu Pure Food Groceries The Best atnd not the Cheapest is our Motto W. A. GILPIN Dealer It Staple and Fancy Groceries Headquarters for Good Thtings to Eat Phone No. 21 No. 53 Depot St. LUMBER! LUMBER! I x3 -10 to 20 feet R. No. 1 and B. No. 2 Beaded Ceiling. 1x4 - 10 to 20 feet H. No. I and 1. No. 2 Beaded Flooring. 1x6 -10 to 20 feet No. 1 S2S. x6 -10 to 20 feet No. 2 S2S&CM or Flooring. 1x8 - 10 to 20 feet Nos. 1 and 2 Common S2S and Shipnp. lx 10 to 20 feet Nos. 1 nd 2 Common S2S and Shipiap. Ix12 10 to 20 feet Nos. 1 and 2 Common S2S or rough. 2x4 10 to 20 feet Nos. 1 and 2 SIS&E or rough. 2x6 10- o t2 .. .di 2x8 10 to 20 ... 2x10 0to2') . ...* 2x12-10 to 20 . " " 6x6 - 10 to 20 feet No. I rough. 6x8 110 to 20 fet No. 1 rough. We hvee.the alrov itenm in stock and will take pleasure in qu tif cng e prices for pro :. t shipment. STERLING LUMBER CO., BASTROP. LOUISIANA Past the half illion mrk has goeic the figures of ord progress. More than five hundred thousand flords have been sold to dale. We could not give better proof of ord merit. Everywhere you will find the ordthe favorite cr. : : : : : : Five hulre 1 dllar) is the prie' of te Forl rn. - .1 u t; the t ,ering car i. five f fty ff. o. b. 1 ,x:r, it. complet e with N equla. ment. Get catalog itul I parLi.ular4 frum Li RIGiARDSON & C9.. SDki 'baators S 1Vitsbo ! - • Mi;sNssipii Beef and Milk A-plenty Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beea pro duction and for milk production. To do eit!r right Anr time am o mr at theyl must bel healthy. There is nothing better to Ie £Ct I anl Una wronl keep them in continued rood health, or to make with wem I ive thcem a them well quickly when sck, than a few doses o-- Iw doses el Be D e STOC K MEDICINE J-ohn S. Canloa. .MEDICINE. I --- -., 6 - 0to2 fet I Ir.