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re Program for Next Week " ,nday 15 & 25 rts. . Vitagraph Blue Riblbon feature THE TARANTULA * With Edith Story and Antonio Moreno Wednesday 25 & 15 Cts. HE SPELL Of THE YUKON hItroducing Edmund Breese A five Part Metro fRIDAY 15 & 25Cts. TItLAST OF THE F1I6HTING CHANNIGS The first Episode of "Patria" " featuring Mrs. Vernon Castle -STUD FEE $13.00- is Stallion is Offered to the P ic. S-. N. SCHREGL!MAN, Ashly, La. party, dance or indoor wear. Our shoe stock for women is larger and more N SC R LEVY ANAD C PAhy ( _ .i prty, ' a e go from Ringlett's Barred stockfoR woenk Chickens at $1.00 for a settmng of fifteen eggs. k gro' t there are kine bettr. They lay summer ano wtiter REET POULTRY YARD, TALLULAH, LOUISIANA, uaetnagR Rf t Raee es. I LOCAL HAPPENINGS S Happenings of Local Interest Picked Up Around Town. Mrs. Cornelia Plauche. of Lake Charles, La.. is visiting her mother. º Mrs. Lane. M The teachers of the Tallulah High PI 0 School left the first part of the week b * for their homes. A number of young folks of Tal- t, lulah went to Mound Thursday night a to attend a dance. FOR SAI,E-Lumber suitable for I fences, cabins, barns and out hou e-. a (). G. BOMER, Alsatia, La. See the first episode of the thrill ring serial "Patria" at the Lyric S!Theatre Friday night. Mrs. S. M. Abel, of WinnF.e!d. La., is visiting her parents, Rev. and v Mrs. D. C. Barr, in Tallulah. Miss Annie Purnell, of Afton, has d been visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. W. D. Ziegler this week. r STRAYED R STOLEN One blazed bay poney. stocking feet hind legs. wart on fore shoulder; about 12 hands high. Reward to finder if re turned to: A. B. WASHINGTON, Calvan, Louisiana. Mrs. Dorothy Slack Bratton, of Holly Ridge, La., is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. L. Slack, of Tallu- t lah, this week. t Mr. Snowhill, a manual training U teacher in one of the schools, of Hot Springs, Ark., was a visitor to Tal- v lulah this week. 7 ILOST--One gold watch belonging a to B. B. Richardson. $10 reward will be paid to finder for returning same to the Journal office. Mrs. Gus Willet, of New Or- 7 leans arrived in Tallulah Sunday to _ make a visit of several weeks to relatives and friends here. To the Farmers: We want butter, t eggs and poultry all and kinds of t Ifarm products. Small lot ship by ) Parcel Post. Write for market letter and instructions. W. J. GREY, i Alexandria, La. The first installment of "Patria" appears in this issue of the Journal and will be shown at the Lyric Theatre, Friday nightJune 1. Don't Smiss it! I! Mrs. Jos. M. Reeves, of Vidalia, who has been visiting her sister,. Mrs. E. T. Purnell, of Tallulah, for a some time returned to her home' Wednesday. Mr. Fred Johnson and daughter, Miss Agnes, of Shreveport visited relatives in Tallulah Sunday. Miss Agnes will make a longer visit to S Tallulah later. S Miss Eunice Newton, who has been -- teaching at Omdga, is spending a few days in Tallulah with relatives before leaving for Ruston where she will attend school thissummer. Miss Mattie Johnson, who has been teaching at Afton in this oarish, has returned to Tallulah, upon the closing of her school, to spend the vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Johnson. Little Fork Club was organized last week with Miss Elmira Mont gomery President and Mrs. R. E. Stevens Secretary. Also one was organized at Andrews neighborhood with Mrs. A. S. Holloway President and Mr. A. E. Hinds Secretary. Misses Sybil and Ruth Lane, who have been teaching for the past ses sion at Ruston, La., have returned to Tallulah to spend the vacation with their mother. Miss Ruth will be one of the teachers of the Tal lulah High School for the next se sion. Misses Ella and Thelma Johnson have gone to Hot Springs with their father, Mr. J. M. Johnson to spend the summer. Mr. Johnaon has been at Hot Springs for some time on account of his health, but returned to Tallulah to be present at the gra duation of hisdaughter, Miss Ella. There will be an American Red Cros Chapter established in Tallu. lah at an early date. Permision " has been asked of Gulf Division Di rector in New Orleans and as soon ed as this is granted there will be a or meeting at the Court House. Every S. one is invited to this meeting. .ry l a seew qo.laklb gives rm STATE TAX SALES OF MOVABLE PROPERTY State of Louisiana Versus De linquent Tax Debtors, Mad ison Parish, Louisiana. By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and Law of the State of Lo,usiana. I will sell at the principal front door of the Court House in Tallulah, Madison Parish. Louisiana. between the legal sale hou;rs, beginning at 11 o'clock. A. M., on the second Sat urdlay the 9th day of June. A. D., 1917, and continuing each succeeding day un til sales are completed, all the movable property upon which taxes are now due to the State of Luui-iana and the Parish ot Madison to enforce the collection of taxes assessed in the year of 1916 and interest at the rate of 19 per cent. per ye-ar unt;l ;pid, togetaer with all cost. as follows, to-wit: W. D. WILLIAMS. A'1 property I," ca:ed at s'- miI !1:art on the prperty of 'T. P. Kelcl in Madison Parish, Lou iiana. Tax . 191 ....... $10.50 latterest and c ri to be added. On day of said sode I will sell such port.on .,f said property as each debtor Swill point out. and in case the debtor will not point out sufficient property. I will, and without further delay. sell the least qu:,dltity of said property which any bidder will buy for the amount of taxes, interest and cost due by said debtor. The sale will be without any praisement in legal tender of the United States, and the property sold shall be redeemable at any time for the space of one year by payink the price given in cluding cost and twenty per cent there on. A. J SEVIF:. JR.. Sheriff & Ex-Othcio T'ax C'ol. lector. Madison Parish. La. Tallulah, La., May 25th. 1917. Notice to Mortgage Creditors Office of State Tax Collector. I-arish of Madison, Louisiana. In conformity with law, notice is here by given to all parties 'holding mort gages on movable property located in the Parish of Madison, on which taxes for the year 1916 have not been paid, that I will begin the sale of same at the principal front door of the Courthouse on the second Saturday. the 9th day of June, A. D. 1917, and that a number of pieces of property are now being ad vertised in this newspaper in conformity with the law preparatory to such sale. The attention of mortgage creditors is respectfully called to these advertise ments of tax sales, and they are warned to take such steps prior to the sale as may be necessary to protect their rights. A. J. SEVIER. Ja. Sheriff and Ex-Officio Tax Collector, Madison Parish, Louisiana. Tallulah. La., May 25th, 1917. Misses Mattie and Charlotte John son left yesterday to visit relatives near Shreveport. Before returning they will go to Coushatta to be with their sister, Miss Bessie Johnson, when the school at which Miss Bessie has been teaching closes June 8. They were accompanied by Miss Eloise Johnson. MASS MEETING The citizens of Madison Parish are urgently requested to attend a Mass Meeting at the Court House in Tallulah on next Tuesday May 29th, at 3 o'clock P. M. The purpose of this meeting is to stimulate and advance the placingof the Liberty Bond issue; and to this end I shall endeavour to secure some speakers to address the asse. bly. This matter of very grave concern. A and one which should appeal to the pat riotic instinee of each of us, and we hope you will come resolved to do your very best to further this great cause. SG. H. OGBOURNE, A. J. SEVIER, JR, Chairman. Secretary. TALLULAH HI1H SCHOOL CLOSES On Friday night of last week the STallulah High School closed another successful term, the graduates this year being Misses Juanita Sevier, Pauline Newton, Irene Jordon, Nan Louise Sevier and Ella Johnson and SMr. Curtis Agee. The following interesting program Swas rendered, the talk of Prof. C. E. Byrd, of Shreveport, being especially enjoyed by all hearers. Invocation ......R............Rev. D. C. Barr t "Beautiful Danube"-Chorus ................ High School i Origin of the American Flag S ............ ..Juanita S:ovier tRules and Regulations Governing the Flag............Nan Louise Sevier SQuartette-"The Goblins'll GCit you o if you don't Watch out"........... .....Juanita Sevier, Willie Smitha, Merton Hebert, Preston Herring SThe Nation and the Flag .................. ,n .......Irene Jordon ll The Flag in Song and Story.............. I- .... ... ..................Pa uline Newton I- "I Know a Bank" (Chorus).. .......... . High School European Countries in the Present n War .......................Curtis Agee r i The Newer Patriotism.......... d . . ... ..... Ella Johnson a "The Star Spangled Banner" .......... ............... ............. Audience Commencement Address............... d .........-........ _...... Prof. C. E. Byrd ':Presentation of Diplomas .... .. . ....Hon. J. B. Snyder The Journal offers congratulat'ons d to the graduates with the desire to 1" ee their hopes for higher and a greater educational advantages ful filled. i stray Notice I have taken up one red and white Smale yearling. The owner can have samne upon paying expenses and cost o' of this advertiseqent. MRS a . V. K. SCOTT. r ITallalah, La., Ma 17, 19I7; -j2 ,., H i _, , ,. P...-n: or.... • "., " :om, ° •o , L. We er and -y char. ge sol- cit '," " t' Dealters autm bl or id for Wol, first-cas, . i.. Solo.on .... 2 AUTOMOBE . ...E - !° P f* i e.Phno CAMPBELL BROS. GARAGE ler Iou ______ _ ha, BUY A LIBERTY BOfD This is a message to a! g god Am.cri Ion cans from the United S;,tces g-vern ment. ton That message is, "Buy a Liberty Bond." It is your duty and your privilege. It is good Americanism and good ent business. ee Good Americanism because by sub scribing you will be doing your "bit" son towards making the world "safe and democracy" as our president has so nee aptly phrased it. Good business, because the bond bears yrd 3) per cent interest per annum, and is free from taxation You can obtain a' bond for as small amount as $50 and you do not have to pay for it all at once. ons Many a person will keep their bonds to and hand them on to their children with and pride, as mementos of the world crisis, ful- and as proof that the purchaser aid his "bit" for America and for humanity. Possibly, howe±ver, you ray need money at some time, take your bond to the bank and borbw on it. It is good cllateral. hite Co to your bank tomorrow arMd file rave your application. You have to pay only cost two per cent of the amount of your purchase. ". Englishmen and Frenchmen are doing -j2 thir "bit" American eitimns, d yours' What you do will be done for our coun try, our president, for democracy, foa huma. ry. Fellow citizens, let us do our duty. The T llulah State Bank is authorized I to receive subsc iption", and will be glad to give full information. YOUNG FOLKS IJGOYS PARTY A large number of friends en joyed a party Tuesday night at the residence of Mr. E. T. Puirtell, Misses Grace Purnell and Addison Brooks being the hostesses. This was the first large gathering of young pecp!e since the termina tion of th:' sch,',. and the large nunml r present greatly enjoyed the evening. Especially enjoyable was the piano music furnished by tveral of the young ladies present. Delightful sandwtches and iced tea were servedl. The following were present: Mr. Whittington and Miss Sevier. Mr. A. Sevier and Miss .Je don. Mr. R. Naylor and Miss Pauline Newton. Mr. Lane and MiaEunice Newton) r 1. ruP- - nm. nl Miss Sybil lane. Sheriff Sale State of Louisiana, Pari- h of Madison: Ninth Judicials! District Cotltt. MARTIN J. AUSTIN vs No. 2048 GEORGE A. SPENCER, et als By virtue of a Wiit of Fieri Facias t6 me directed from the IHonorable Ninth Judicial District Court f,,r the Parish of Madison aforesaid. in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to :ell. at public auction, at the principal front door of the Court House in the town of Tallulah. Madison Parish. Louisiana. on the third Saturday, the I1 6th day of June; A. 1D.. 1917, dwetween tne hours pre scribed ,v law, all the right. title and interest of George A. Spencer. Gertrude i.. Spencer and E. B. Barton in and to the following described property,. to-wit: The south two hundred and forty acres in section nineteen; township sixteen north range thirteen east, in Madison Parish, Louisiana seized in the above suit. Terms of Sale: Cash with the benefit of appraisement. A. J. SEVIER. JR.. Shernff Madison Parish. La. Sheriff's Office, Tallulah, La., May 8th, 1917. Sheriff Sale State of Louisiana. Parish of Madison: Ninth Judicial District Court. FIsT NATIONAL BANK vs. No. 2043 E. C. RHODES By virtue of a Writ of Seizdre and Sale tb me directed from the Honorable Ninth Judicial District Court for the Parish of Madison aforesaid, in the above entitled cause. I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the principal front door of the Court House in the town of Tallulah. in Madison Parish, Louisiana, on the second Saturday, the 9th day of Junes A. D., 1917. between the hours pre scribed by law, all the right, title and interest of E. C. Rhodes in and to the following described property, to-wit: First A certain tract or parcel of land situated on Bayou Macon, in the Parish of Madisbn. State of Louisiana; together with all the building and im provement thereon, containing 1124.M0 acres of land, mote or less, and more partictularly described as follows: Southeast quarter of section 28; south half of north-east quarter of ssetion 28, south-west quarter of section 27; lots 3 and 4 and north-west quarter, south of Bayou Macon in section 27; south half of south-east quarter of section 27, north halt of section 34; north half of the south-east qua-ter of section 34; west half of north-west quarter and north west quarter of south-west quarter of section 35; and south-west quarter of section 26; all in township fifteen north; range 9 east Second. A certain tract bf land. to gether with all buildings and improve ments thereon situated n the Parish of Franklin. State of Louisiana, coatainia six hundred and ninety-two and 81.10 acres of land, more or less, and de scribed as follows: Lot one in the north-east quarter of section 28; north-east quarter of north west quarter, and west half of north= east quarter, and north half of south . east quarter of section 27; south-east quarter of section 21, (egept north-west quarter of south-east quarter of sectiou 21), and south half of section 22; ail In township fifteen north, range 9 east, seised in the above suit, a same ap-. peared of record on the 28th day of July, 1918. Terms of Sale: Cash without ap. praisement A. J. SEvIER, JR., Sheriff Madison Parish, La: Sheriff's Office, Tallulah, La., April 4th, 1917. U, SHELLTEX IS The only National Shell Rimmed Glasses. Every body watm them who nsistM o Bpeetael Comfort. Spring tithe is here every body mhke that change and let me it you with a pair df Shelltex either Eye Glasses or Stectaele Frames. With Sir William Crooke's Lenses violet of purple light tint. AiMd you certainly will de rive the comfort yOd never did before. s . i. ANKli S ow*TaCIAls TALLULAH, LA. Mr. Garrison and Misses Ruth _d Lane and Pauline Wallace. be Mr. Cassidy mad Miss Monette. Mr. Rountree and Miss Ward. Mr. Harvey and Miss Scott. Mr. Matray and Miss Harvey. Mr. McGehee and Miss Johnson. fl Mr. L. Naylor and Miss Barr. he Staggs: Messrs. T. Slack. A Co: 1 tharp, A. Sevier, P. Fleming and W. n Turner. (:haperOner : Mr. n'l Mrs. McDuff, g Meslames Willet, Plauche, Reeves. ,a- !; ±s: MNics (Grace Purnelt e ' ddison Br,,oks. .he S $10i3 Reward, 0 .$ ral The readers of thi praper wlll i~ pleas'4 to toarw uiat t . t least ON re'as dlas*.ba· , betehcee ea that lsieatrrh. ca tafluenced by eoast requirp constutIl. ffit ar ss lrAe . s to e the D e ot that I f as to ears r. ausem a u s arae ..