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THE MADISON JOUINAL.
Ii.T I F!: A, ', li ,.r T I .i.I 1.111. M 11I 1 1 1 . IX !1,\ \ , ; ,\, ,."
GE CHARGE
SE DENIED
TION TO R _?. ;; 13M
OPPOSED 3f T-E
13AFFIC BLEA. I
ASE FAOM $1 TO $2
Loulsn.5a ." 4Ae
Way Respors -
and Increase .- 3
W ould B e ~"- a
, aa Ra. :
down s:i
n of
aid ShorI-. :
f from $ 1 r "
charg~e
iu ssion t)o ; "
which wt.- -
laterstate
fraperid : : \
J5 the L7u": 2
to interstat e a ::;'; '
tll July 1 ::
by the in ,r-e . ,i , , m
asl in as --' -. - " i
sg tmitgate' '' ' ,
shippers to : .. . . a.
Ives of ti. \."v e tro
Burea and ' . ;.r· L
r o f C o mn :: , r . . p " 1, ,
Increase at a :.:r..r; ,on
ullie was held :. e e:
They argued t:.itt -ilpp 
WPre not , ' , l.i.l "n
1m the car hsliort.g. a.ind tel
emurrage vhar:z" wiul1
burden on t::nm.
NEWS AND NOTES.
ming defP at of Thomrn
in the ,Democrat:c pri
the prohibition :!set. anil
of many n.w« pap-~r<
e1ýgrtag with liquor >;:.t
llt time are to be made '"ne
a eaicurrent resniur;on dI
all liquor legi~latioin
has come from a numn'er
country members but av
the approvat nor th,
of the city delegat:on. The
sts are not ,i.tp,)se'i
tahiad such a re-.hl ;t:on :nkl
a Aht which m:hbt be C.
at the same time would like
arrangement nia(di whter,
at not have, Ir) be ,on
b'lalDg down wild-.at an:i
at Ua sorts.
I bill to construct a ife
e0 the LouIsiana noast
bay has passed the
aurding to word jst re.
It llew Orleans by I '.ptain
lhrvey. Believing 'hat tihe
pa the Senate. C'aptain
akal has gathered data
w l of use in aeler!:nt the
 dlag the station in a most
position in the sax int of
Thbill will be loIoked a.tier in
at Represe-ntatr;ves by
Dupre.
M question of deep wate'r
Charles Is still in ahevancr.
asnference with rtov'rnm:nnt
ai a trip to Sahine I'- =s.
eI Commere i;; haI'I -
"lsh the project to have the,
4"i to the Sabine ever
t au feet. with a channel
liE. The cost of the work
at 34,000. and a greathly
tsnae hu been promised
ilvam which are now u.
only to a limited erent
.f its sboal water.
I compilation of New
Cnlltry of the practlcally
sl5feved by Parker and
Parker Pleasant
.......... 14.507 25..,.s
. *....... 34.667 5.i :7
......... 49,174 '.
aority ........ .: '.2
I McBmrney. one of t.h
of Welch has re
three thousand had
thLs Sad adjoinm par!sh.
s ahii to a nirm in ,k:a
the next few m;nt;ls.
SIDemaocratic Executtrr
It in Jenningns and tlet
to the state Democrate
which meets in Bar ,n
ly 23. for elecrinr dere
tatL ional conv*n'icn.
o the American citi·
Sasion at Nw Or',.ar.;.
ithe on July 1 a 2.3,
SAve-siix bonds. wh;, i
school elect;on held at
the purpose of :sSi;ng
samount of $19.0O0 . bu2l
I bullding carr1id. h
40 for and 4 aCa:nst
uasesed S2 t.6id Ior and
Pariah authontlis r.. n
the dipping law of t par
in the New Ibe-rlai
'hen ten out of fifteen vo-,
i __m Parlsh ordinance
i Sat td inndb
. . n ... . . .. ..
1l a 4 . 1'e', s .i . ,e, ,e .
" : 10" . :. ;L ' '. :..
S or . r.-'a parsh,,.^
: * n  ' . , "  n ..i. a.
.. l ; .- l '" Pi. .rm n..,r n . Dui0
n F!.:r'i i \1 c T. toi- e .::'. t at
- '. .. f m or': , a l ' l" ". " , , p j n
:,rn of ith n 'a ,. in: : b 're
,ý ;11 1 "" " 1 : .' .1a " t . - i , "L
"'t " , r o m n, ,:"- ":.' . in ,: . ' oe.
r i. -es h ,- n;> ";,. pr'"i. ... Inl -t,,' i a
, f '::.* "ii , .' hi- " ad': n bo - .i,
;on -. of , 1r"  ." ' a i , " t:: h):= ltýI
:nun , l d ronltm. n t.[osodI in',:. " , *'Ioe
:n '!I afternoon.
1 hanidsom piPee of tfurniI':r,, i
mahogany l5rk. said ") hoe on( hitn.
Irt vyears ,ld. !S of X'vhi' :,tn inl
.!:,w ',ldow at c i Har',man &
424. store. Troai stro,,". .iprt'vopnrt.
,ndT ., ,tt'ain'rn .Ite nn T'on " t' . desk.
1:< h it bPautiifl :v r i'rv,'!. . ias h 'ln
"",bll' atnd rohn :"hid h" <a-m Brown.
a ,;abin,'t timsl:;'r. of ?4,11 T,''zai "it'
li'. i n irn:- '":: l!'tod ." {.iar'l"
man & t';, T"h ,Isk i< nmtorur =al,.
hu" s ,n ,ispn a. t' o 'u =pl,'l v .1--mon
stra'. t i cl(' 'as of ,irk i .n ! rn
:n .,i:r,,v'"pt)rt.
Tlo I.o!isilant 4e'ni li :.)r t:i.' eat
:it i':',n R uiiz' wa ll ,is," for : -
-inn in Fridav. 1May 19 ln 1r::: ,l.I"
,im ! , o th or,. irr'tn:.t-.. .i:l moat4
a ! loavP for th ir hom-. Thnr- av':
hE an ex, i thion a lay or twivo h,'fore
"'Io clo) inln . lviin v Si: or s in ',':i of
chat th.i ;chool has been striv'ne 'o
:ac'onplilsh. Par-nts ar,- .arn"stly rt
,141"' '.d to forward railrnad fa-,P .rnd
other exp(4ses at ones to W 9
I folns,"4. supe'rlntndent.
.Aent< rrpt.,'ntine larg, np-or in
tporst:s of Pennsylvania. who hats
hen it Now Therta several datys tnk
;n nver ,ie Inl,:al Uitllatlln ,ith .t! ,
_,tarv P,"rnard of the c'h:!i4;mbr if
4'omml-rt". have rotl'rnod Nor'!. 'hi
prouports being that I th,'ir pap-or upip
,.ompa4'n w'th its allid, itnr r,·n4r , 1
-onn arrann e for a fact,ory .st4 on
wh!ih :Ill be built a fac:tnr of :ar,-.
capaci, ?v
Emile' . Tallipn. first assistant '"
'hto ate Robert Landrv. clerk of thil
L.Oiitainl HRonslle of Represent'anlve.
left Natchinocheh for New Or!oan< anO
from which place he will no to Haton
Roule in order to make preparati:on
for o openltn of the so~sion of the
I.letslatulre He is a candlda'e for
clerk of the Holse and with the suD
port promised him. expects to land
'ho pla(ce.
nocalu.a branded timher i, being
used in n he five strlc'tures tinder erce
lion in c'hicago for the Otis qta:e.
The material used tntal' 65..n00 f-et
and Is gvng satpisfaction to the
ion;ractors and is admired by all who
know fine lumber when they see it.
Farm work near Hacklev is hbein
pushed 'o the limit. Most farmers
i.ave practica!ly filnished plant:nK.
A!hilt i0 per cent mnore cotton te
pi:in',,! than was last year The
:a-r';trng ,f corn Is not as large as
last year
\, :a ""·sllt of a recent plect:on at
Str''sl 2'. 'e road and school tax
were ibotnh carried withut a dissent
•ni ve,' This commrniiirtV w:!1l soon
a. a tw br'-k school bu:hding and
.iI-o a cravo!'d road.
Pr W\r'Lht of .MTrmen',au s.ld
2; i:.es f " uep Rose, rito at the
b:ner p;r:' of $4 42 a. barrel.
;.t and oil h;ave appeared in tle
n,,v ,Morse oil w-l near Esterwood.
T',' narriih :1(o1001 super nttndient.
RV i. 1rs-ot,'l . ,ini RI. L" , Ha , k. !ns
'nti plal(n ar' under way 'o 'ontlinue
thie na ct sc.:ool. niakini ":e '"rm a
'-t in a v. e louir'shlng oen,:'i:n and
:,, '.-: ,a:i,, has been largl-.
w!li.i :Ls ,,rer'dI mor, than thl:ry
y":rat aco. s being raze(l to the
ground. as tlhe place where it standa
a. been dedicated to the tpublicpk I
AMERICAN WAGON TRAIN FINDS GOOD CA'PING PLACE
y i
W
Tru n .-- . .__,__,,,,
- . " .
seil'it:nz stpl:!1; ;:nal'. f, r tho night
f~Ci~j~.
AMERICAN FORCES
KILL 42 BANDITS
THE BANDIT FORCE WAS MUCH
LARGER THAN AMERICAN
COLUMNS.
fi+e!d 'ioad;uar'er-. N -:ar N. n:,i:il.
p.. by .:," l.ss to o'nilmius. N .i
A f'il se .hdrun if -: n :u. , f "'f
- ,)lev.nth i . valry ,lrprint-i and rcu;t:,n
a much larger foro of Vill; b;ani'i
at ()Jo-Azule.. 17 mil, .- ou'!h of )'1.s:
:iirach;'. F'or v-two 1 x;c.an' s wr
ki!,d and a nulmlhr 'iilmnded. Tr!.re
worer no krf i nori':aiu r-nii.a
The American ,.ommIland, . 11n41."
,I:ºl Roher' L.. I[,iw ',-. .:ad ben li'"
s ingu . ' handi:t- ind'r ;ens 1'r.z
I)*;rngiu .. and ,tli:o .At'-ia. for .""v
oral Iaa'.~ - . ::i "iv n, n ,l rll ."i "'::.:m
en'carpt.d in t. :uiddled ado'). ;Iai
of I ) ':l'. s
The Mx ""ans wi-r"' iomple'ol-v ;r
pri-.ed anI slpra:in from ih-ir pal.t
alf !nth-d. Af',-r ti-'nr a fw ni m ai
'diots th, 1P" L'II ilL':,t. I; f mIn
;ilf';n,_ for his own i-, t' t i S lom, of
'hom ,.ver," a oll,, ,itt ,+, ,:I,,ir l)or, .
a. re-ady adIed from :a hard day' r,',l,
previtot'v hiut others d :nto 'ho
,ilIls afoot.
Mai. l "~te rported he st:lI was
pllr-l:ne 'i", 'ca'tt' red rcnmnant of
th!e band. whilh ia "., lar,,st remain
in' )r.d..-r h"! :' V !a st:sndar,. T"
lie! I .'* the hand is 'Ile sameas l i a
dof.a:t'oi at Torit, hic Apr:l by ,',)I.
'oddid'.  rnimand.
i"rt'.:r reports from lia;. liwo
ct:º , 'ha ,n. Ant1 nto inl.e,'i ":is
killed. 1!. Wa'l :a relai.vo of F-'oi!pe
.An tl,"' . he form er 'ont:i hin' , `;!'9 .
wo,, was ,n-,,e nelntilnedt for tho pros
ldonev of MIreco. and who is now
living near il:1 Paso.
Th.. IHow :,P columnn struck '., hand
of M ,'x;ans near Ojo- \X U,< after ain
all-o:28t crss-country ride. at 1- 43
,'lok in the mornine. More ':ian
.-0 of t:he fultriV.s were rond.,! ip
by .\n1iricans after 'IPe .nL:acemeni .
Th, colulmn had marehed 1l; m:les t
throughl the moulntailns dur.inz 'ne
night and attacked witho!lt restine
either mien or horses. I' ,ein-ste:'.d of
six picked 'roops of the Elevlnth c'ar
alry and one machine gun detachment.
Order 90.000 On Strike.
New York -In retaliation for th!
lockolut of 6ilc.000i workers on women os
garments by the Manufacturer," Pro.
tPetive Ays\snocation. the International
Ladies' Garment Workers' Union or
dered a strke of all its members in
this city It is estimated the order
will affect 2.0)00 shops and 90.000 mem
bers.
Methodists For Peace.
Saratoea Spring'. N. Y - \<~larances
that Methodists of lh T'ni'.td .taons
were in sympathy with Pre:ldnt W- '
son's efforts to keep the Unlte"d Sta-s '
from hecomin.z involved 'n '.;o Euro
pean was was voiced here by h. :op
Earl Cranston of Washing':nm.
Where America Leads.
Washilng'on. -Tablhs -, ,on 'o, be Is
sued by the BIuireau if F,.r.in and
Domestic c'omnlimrc' will hilow 'hi;
country stands tirst amonlt "'h nations
In output of coa;. iron and steel. cop
per. petroleum and silver I: leads.
too. in the produllc'ion of cr'(en. corn.
wneat. oa's. apples. ilay ar.d tobacco
Strikers Storm Plants.
P:'RshuritCh. Pa. - Angered beau-e
workmen refused to join 'he:r rink=.
5..11,, str:kmn. employ-s of tho W,-- -
inghlouse plants frcibly -n, ret tneo
tn-1l" of four hi:: e-io" c', pIr -:"es ,
Rank:n and ,rahlelock, atta'k-d em
picY.st :andt call',ti property .lalmae
amo)unt:i: 'o several hundrd doi:ars.
Quake at Los Angeles.
Los .,nitles.-A slight earh shock a
that lasted about five seconds, oc- c
curred here. *
VILLISTAS MAKE 3
RAIDS OVER BORDER
BOQUILLAS ALSO RAIDED. PROS
ABLY BY SAME BAND-MER
CHANT CARRIED OFF.
BANDITS LOOT THE TOWN
Three American Troopers Wounded at
Glen SpringsOne Civil;an Miss
,ng-New Expedition Wtil Start
From El Paso For Bandits.
.1aris iI. Texii -T oe i'iol:nhtsI
rat. A as ropeat',d Iih former I arran
i.::l st il:-r- at (Lel n Sprinlt. . "3
' i l to I':I oif 11,L'.i :,n. T-xas. and
mnilos norlh of ,il-- hi~r.lr Thr.o
emlbl)i rs of Tr-'p, .. F' Ir'-I1th I i :nV
al!rv. mid onol, .... l: 1'.":a 7n'" k.nown
".i I'.1 , 1,,,n kbitnd. T ir . :n m,.mhr5
of T om p N. ' :.t'a ,'on-t:tl',ld ".: rI
nmaindl"r of '." Crvalry dlith-iiment
wr, a nt i, e i.
.1 nrumb:r iof \mnr'mran ri:v!i:ln, are
aid to bho in.s.sn. frorm 'h" , tri't.
Pramc'al! .!:" ameo iand of Itoxi
,:ln- appoard at o rt,i of .1
,i+, rit . wvh:ih :.; :a o It' irei of n up
pi:-,s !or i ,ma:' ..m:n:n n ,c rT".+llCm nt :.3
mil ;- to ! nor'h. T:". -tor' was
oir -t. Dopr'wnr and i:s ,. Irk. L. Mo
'ov. wrn, matdr prison- r= aid carried
hack towards the herd-.r ThV are
both rporIrt d ' l hat'e ;.,,-n !'ll+ed.
The ra:lorn atppwarot a.;n at Pfn
lnt l!as. On f.-i \:noica 3:"d of .11
I',rdor. 11, nr i' nor f th \ra xi-c ant
'iown of o1::a:  --1 , .irWnt n. ThPa
ruitvn Iempl" -: . of .,na In- rnatlr lnal
M\t.ne+ I'orno)ny =one:r" r,,fl',, .n rt."
"rnne ' ini i ' fl-an. I ,vor, 3 ,!,f .nl n
fi nl *.'I''-S i 1 i t ii. arr : n'it. w!,'et
'h-i rlttv , Iat.!-r a-r-ai ,i-t' r,'po*n
last ' .!*e'tr t fl'r ntn
T'n - irn t ro p'r of :"'. rait' rn'n't
, id . t! -;.r.n lenstorn at il' Paso
lthro lni t! l ho r i:p , ' 'enta c i- of ! In
trna 'onali I. n to ma ' i)o," n of
fort oa-t eiln wma otan d.edaOr
* lmlvrits. lTht' ollti r Wi lis kit.d were
llart ,I and latr a iomtpl'te r eport'
wa r-corvd from .Jrinn P Denny
manarpr of the a mnalOI company.
This stated that 'hor InrPe depad sol
diers and "h- one dead civ:Ilan boy,
.ad born hr'from!; to .Tarathln on a
moor traw l k by two of the troopers
'.vho ld 'a, Me.n mortarl'v wounded
p hemselve;. The inidlers killed were
Sr:c-te- tin chn. i'ois :snd Rodfert .
W'!lln an hor aftor 'fie r.ipt of
the repnr, from Dennt i;on. Fnnston.
wmita .ithe appronval of ;n. HNugh L.
Scott. istied order for a new oxpedi
t:on to ,tar' from El Paso The train
rot away at , p. m It carried Troop
.1 and t? of T:i, Eifhth ( avalry. com
manded hr Maa. ;,.,wL', T L.anichor-n .
,apt. ;or:, WR Kirkiatre'k and
I' ont .Flamr I'. .R:'.a.
1;"-n Fins'rn ha, :,sued ordor9 that
":0' \I .:r 'forn reo- p t0siloe for t!': raid
Tlis" .' ,.pt, rod or k:!l,,,, No off
' : i :' t'. i ',ton ta n', ; o.n -',r"n o iT. i but
i : S k n i ' w n ' , S 'h l e ' o r -de r s t o n , ,
von."TaV i '-i ""t " " it .. n i. , 1.'-i i ' pirt' nit
T' adrMirn -a of T.e raid haw
' '1  rn ' a ' : . , .- t T ,ma d " h e -
-w o"n 1;"-n if'1 1 . . , " t Mn x:
ran .M:ni- r of W- )i- Tbacn could
aT v r . t a:I e n :' It-': 'n .
Not Room For All G. O. P.
,"US -Tv,.-v, °'holsad ap
pl:caT ,mrs for 'ick -t, , 'ho Rop,ubll
'a1 Yatu rl " n. ,-nion tirs Julnr 7
navo ;1i. ,a-!dv ,""""] r",'PolVra . ",I- not
E11OTm {
CONFEREES ON ARMY
MEASURE DISAGREE
/'OLLNTEER REERVE AND NI
TRATE PLANT WERE THE
OBSTACLES.
\~V ..: . !. . i : .. *- on ;e.:
-, - r"or_ in a::,'; / 1..a;tgr"e'd n
r." a etr .t :it.d'o' rn",d "In':. nrat . "r.
,'I t| r*-,,  cana !- "  - i n " p n
v." 'uin tor' ar v ,<f-rv ind '~e $c15- -
,o0iil.' zI.. r , runn T nlt r:i't" pla:n'
-S-atr t ia . tll' rain. ' I. rni.n. of tr -"
::tenate confer""r . a:,d 1, i . ! l(p*
that a en.d !hlp l "v.rn:uaily w\ould ht,
worked i''.
T'" I1ns' ,'onfo-r" woi!,t not
vt'd I to ": S. nat. prv:;' s f.r "'.
vol'' nter :tr"'nIv or rhit 'o'v r.n :,n tt tT
"ra'P plant.' said "a"" -!.v ,r .T. ',r"
itr a nri:llhler ,f ntitoir pin.'- :n "n.'
hill also whi,"'i are in ,di:'tcr ",. ,nt.
,ut "ho nu:n poin'< :med " '::i s far
"o he ".:- ,onlv irreiionillahi . f-alur,.
"Rpr,"nratir'" Hav has promised
'o r'-t'irn !:i n:tratr plant a tn",ndment
") thle H,'i-e for fur',h"r ins'r'·ct:ons
Hie ita'v <i' 'd. how-vor. ':at thli
Ilouse wouid nit ac'opt ihe volunteer
army an- the ý' I.nat, 'nenf-ro,- ".vi t'!
niot r-ecede In v'nw of "'1 .ipparent
impasio. Tlthe ec(mnnrnee a! ,olrnedl.
not to mnt ain,. aa:n n ff'l an "'r is
mal.de t)o LPt furth+,r :nstrt' iorns from
lno } ,11 -". 'A. \ t , not e'pl 'rtc to tak,
P "'i" ' .p < Ii t"d po in"' "nl 'ho S ,nate
ftt tlTi " r lt t r',isn ,t r "'n ' i,.rv is Tr,
'4n"9ni:i' '. Ind a ln n, !l',' ohs 9lr,:a0y10
passed on '.le su h "rr e :n r 'conn"
100 or e ltt!14
Record at Copper M nes.
W ish'l i'ln. -St:n: h'i:ad - isoa
,nrntns i"tx:r '!,manid e r pF r ler-a
fo" theni rst iamt in tie '.)er of t.he
inlustry Th,, total v- du. of the 1415
=ll""-r ,oiput olf nrimary copper was
.242.941,011. an ineras" of $90.000.
000 over 1914.
For a Citizenship Day.
Nashville. Tenn -Th,e Coll,.ee of
irshops oif '!ti Me thodist Episcopal
'mhurrh. Soithr, iot aside .oliely as,
itizenship day. when ministe.rs of 'hl
Met'hod:st Epcopal '"'roh. South.
set aside Juliv .' n:Is itiznrhip dway
when m'nistors of the donominatlon
are expected to deliver appropriate
sermons.
Police Protect Workers.
hl'arvo.--T', a itr nserit s troublv
sineo the strike of :.0,n0 empinoys of
the international Harvestlr e'ompany
borkean, on euhrred wh rn police ware
-all'd ,o protect workerr from strikn
o r, Fn hucndrd str lkers wre loit
r'ne :n ho neicahborhood when the
plant i io.t 1.
Funston To Stop Arms.
ashinc'on - Special orders have e
been ncen to General Fin-ton, by See
rtary Baker instructing him to take
mill'arv prdeat:.ns to Drvent r am
m.n:Ci:in and arms from reach:ng any
ot a'rhorities of t the 'arran'a gov
ornient.
Action For Indemnity.
.Neow YSrk -T':ir~v tly,. persons, rep.
rPsrnt:n. virlim. of Th German sub
marine at'ac'k upon th"i I.1l'i'ania a
year a-c. "iga< "iiro-( " 0 , o-opersa in
ar wares was declared off.
TT-1
Vicksburg Boiler &
Iron Works
Boilers, Smokestack ,
Breechings and Tanks
In Stock f,'r I:n:wid: it, hl ;)nno t
"Repair Work and Satisf:inq
Service our Long Suit"
Phone 76i3
VICKSBI'RG. - - - - - MI-.SI.SIPPI
PAY BY CHECK
Have Your Money in Our Bank and
Pay Your Bills With Checks
1st. It is convenient. 4th. It r,',: rxs no change.
2d. It avoids keeping 5th. It gives you a business
receipts. air.
Sd. It plea:es the rec.'iver. 6th. It estab;ii-hes a credit.
7th. It gives you a tinancial stan iing.
WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS
TALLULAH STATE BANK,
TALLULAH, LOUISIANA
You Are Not Already Trading With Us, Phone Your Next
Order to Number 21 and Give Us a Trial. Agent
For Richelieu Pure Food Groceries.
The Best and Not the Cheapest Is Our Motto
W. A. GILPIN
Dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Headquarters for Good Things to Eat
PHONE NO. 21 NO. 53 DEPOT ST.
Call Telephone 101 For
Pressing, Scrubbing & Mending
"We Give You Service"
Talulah Pressing Shop
O. A. RINTON, Proprietor
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You Don't Need a Town Crier
to emphasize the merits of your business or an
nounce your special sales. A straight storv told :n
a straight way to the readers of th:s paper will
quicclv reach the ears of the :hougnhtfi, .ntl:igent
buying public, the people who have 'he mr.,e- :I
eir pockets, and the people who :sten "a rascn
Id not noise. Our bhooks. w::: show vmu a !ist of
the kid nc l- a e you appeal to. Call an! s.e th.em at 'st ,:'.
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Lng tree.
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