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SIDAY, APRIL 14th, 9199. It 'HANDS UP"I WESTERN SERIAL With RUTH ROLAND ONE REEL COMEDY, ONE 1 gVs WEEKLY AND ONE CAR. .... and 25c. jg,DAY, APRIL 16th, 1919. THEDA BARA IN d 'Cleopatra" a 'H #D AY, APRIL 18th, 1919. TOM MIX S IN I Roarin' Reform" T ------ ........... S 25c. th rp .r'' Get Your School Supplies From Us We carry a full line of tablets. notebooks, theme paper. text books, pencils, pens, ink erasers, bookstraps, schoolbags. M: . Tallulah Drug Store Tallulah, La. More Corn! More Cotton Less Expense Less Worry C/2t 0 y, -r Tallulah Supply Co., Inc. A rENTS FOR Right Price andS Courteous AGENTS FOR Idison Treatment to all dison MO RAPHS PROMPT SERVICE .HONGPH SOCIAL AND LOCAL NOTES Phone 58 or 123 There will be a joint meeting of the School Boards of Tensas, East Carroll and Madison parishes held at the Courthouse in Tallulah, La.. to day from 11 a. m., to 12 p. m. Miss Grace Purnell spent last Sun day with her parents in Tallulah. She I is teaching at Thomastown, La. Mrs. Leo Shields was a visitor to Vicksbury last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cason motored i (over to Vicksburg last Sunday. t Mrs. A. J. Sevier entertained the bridge club last Thursday afternoon. s Mrs. Percy Pierson has recently discarded her old Overland and has o a new Ford. Mrs. Dorothy Slack Bratton, of Holly Ridge, is reported as having typhoid fever. Her many friends in E Tallulah wish her a speedy recovery. SWINE BREEDERS MEET AT THE op UTILITY FARM, MOUND. al Mound, La., April 9, 1919. W The Madison Journal, Tallulah, La. ' Gentlemen: oi I wish to announce in the Journal ri that on Thursday, April 24th, the bS _______hb SLouisiana Swine Breeders' Associa tion will meet on Utility Farm at Mound, La. ist We will have a program that day: at on swine topics from the most emi to nent authorities on all breeds of hogs as well as practicable talks from n_ hog raisers and the University men. Dinner will be served on the farm eand we will try to show everyone a pleasant and profitable time. I had to some difficulty in getting the meet ing held in North Louisiana, as the Southern breeders made a strong fight rd for it. So I assured them we wanted the meeting and I hope all local farmers, planters and those inter le ested will be with us that day to . show th^ visitors we are interested in furthering the swine interest. y We cordially invite everyone to be s our guests on that day. Yours very truly, UTILITY FARM. By A. J.HIuffman. r EMERGENCY DEMONSTRAI !ON AGENT Mr. H. H. Hester has been an pointed Assistant Emergency Dem Sonstration Agent for Madison Parish and will be associated with Mr. Wat son in the work here. C Mr. Hester is a Louisiana hny ai,' was raised on a ahrm in North Lou isiana, and is, therefore familiar with our conditions. Mr. Hester is a graduate of the A'r I ricultural College of the Louisia:ia State University and is qualified with both technical and practical informa- b tion. After having finished his Col lege course in March, he took a s'e cial ccurse at the Hog Cholera Serun: E plant, where he qualified in the treat- 11 ment of the disease. s5 I feel sure that Mr. Hester's no pointment will be of grsat as.4 ct ance to the planters and farnsers of r the parish, especially to the live stoci' is breeders. a T. I. WATSON. X Parish Agell*. BEE SPECIALIST VISITS PARISH sI Editor Madison Journal, Tallulah, La. Dear Sir: tl Mr. C. E. Davis, specialist in bee ulture for Louisiana. has been visit :ig the beekeepers of our parish for 'he past three days, and he. together ,vith the parish agent Watson and assistant parish agent Hester, have have been making a survey of the DELCO-LIGHTs Th* ca.pl ·et Elet LMi and Powe Plat Developed by the same men who made Delco Starters for Automobiles I Y SM. H. COLTHARP, Dealer. , Tallula, Louisiana a- honey flow of the parish and trying it to ascertain the posslvaiies ule vrr keeping as a vocation in this section of Louisiana. y Mi. Davis says he has visited most i- of the parishes in the State, and has f found very few to equal this one tor honey production. There are in the Parish possibly not * more than one hundred hives of Bees n when two thousand colonies coui,j , a easily kept at a great profit. Most o, the hives found were cf the old hm( i -made box type, made m! re to hc!;' bees than honey, whi'e if ihp r•.. . e of these bees would place them in the t modern movable frame hives, they I could easily get anywhere from one to two hundred pounds per co'or,,, I ir.sead of from fifty pounds down to - othing. ·1.. Davis says he found many hive: filled as full as thsy possibly could bk .vi:h hone., the bees swarming ane r :caviag the hives, because there wa: .o rocm to store any more necto: trd the honey flow was scarcly cor,. menced. The modern hive would have ccr -ected this and instead of the honey .oing to waste as it is being done, the ante lees w-uld be storing honey alt h rn'n of &'out ten pounds per dae' per each colony. S-veral bookkeeners in Louisiana st year produced more than five hiur "d dollars from their apiarie with about six months work. The same c:.n be easily done in this Parish sc lets get busy with the hee business. o E. C. DAVIS, Specialist ib Bee Culture a T. I. Watson, Parish Demonstration Agent Mrs. Gilbert will entertain the bridge club on next Saturday. We re-et to learn that Mr. Jim Ellis. of Willow Bayo is on the sick list this week. We hope that he will soon recover. The friends of Mrs. B. C. Aber nathy will he glad to learn that she is improving after having under"-ne an operation at Street's Sanitarium, Vicksburg. Mr. C. E. Speed has returned from Mineral Wells, Texas, and is looking well. He says that Mrs. Speed will. soon return home from Monroe, La. S' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gilbert have as their guests Mr. Gilbert's mother. Si SHISAIM in WAS TO MAKE A 6000ooo f 1M OUr1 OF Anl SENW LY lu TOM A .MIX w o 7 at s1Ovt «OW r1 ar Seer . HELL u RIOARIN ' REIR A WILLIAM POX P.OSGUITi SHOOTS RELIGION INTO TOWN K WHICH OUSTED PREACHER The strenuous methods of the late Colonel Roosevelt It achieving re forms are recalled li "Hell Roarin' 4 Reform," a William Fox screen pro- de duction, having Tom Mix as its star, de which is to be presented at the Lyric PT Theatre on Friday, April 18th. The de play deals with the evil spirits of pr iarantula, a bandit-ridden town fo vhose outlaw residents oust the co ,rcacher-and it is .Mix's task to hoot religion and righteousness in- me o the place. The FPx cowboy star St s said to do this with his customary re lash, tackling the job with the same by egree of directness that Roosevelt Co :sed in tackling trusts, malefactors, nollycoddles and undesirables. S Nevertheless sew thrills are prom ised in "Hell Roarin' Reform," which is declared to be the liveliest western drama in which Mix has appeared. Among other things, Mix leaps on he horseback from the upper balcony of n one building to the roof of anotfer a plunging through the roof with his wI horse; he rides down a steep moun- no tain trail at a headlong gallop, routs I l a band of stagecoach robbers by fir .o ing three guns at one time, and shoots S a pipe out of a man's mouth. 1 Proved safe by millions 2 'a MISEY Pain Back of Head Frontal Headaches Neuralgia; face-neckl Torment In Teeth Toothache, Earache Colds and Grippe Out of Pain to Comfort '3.yer Buy only o genuies Tablet..ag or ASPIWN Aults-Tske one or two tablets p uytime, with water. If neeeusary, repeat does three times a day, afte1 C mea] I li Ask for and Insist Upon Bayer Taides of ASirin." American Owned, Entirely. S*emt peq-Larr is mal. a ring Madison Parish Chanter of the A. >ee- R. %,., wul holy its regular meetin • :ion in the Court Room Tuesday,April the tifteenth.tlve u. M. lost All members are requcsted to be has present. ihe n.4 tIa Lxc.k :lv cua, tor mitee will meet imn:ediate.y after tt' regular meeting. not W.L. Darr w. .Sect--. t The following letter has been re o, ceived in Talkuiah by Mrs. C. B. 1 Ci lu.ughton: c.' ew O'lcans, La., ,.reS, 1919. Jear hlienti: the ' v.or ";te'rie'h cf the BeR!ian tee I. iaitarv Mission has presented Queen ne Elizabeth of Belgium 26 a,um0.oo ca-h roeeeds of Belg.:an Baby [lav in to; Louisiana, of this amount $9,70(, was .ua; th. State of Louisiana ou's ie ?: f New Orleans, thi= whule ::.,, :t bw rvas sent, as Mr. Geo. Dl)negre !,,. nr r.ated the experses of the State Carn Sjpa!.a which was not large. :o: The following cable has just been re eceived: "Madam Denegre, ,le 'te rccept for ycur:;elf and transmit to :r he Members of Committee and Gen- ey arous Citizens cf Louisiana and New ht Orleans the thanks of the Queen for at Splendid contribution for Belgian Ba at dies." Cordially ycurs. na Mrs. GEO. DENEGRE. ve e no STRAYED OR STOLEN sc Dark bay mare, lame left leg, knot ;s. on left ankle, swolen shoulder. K. K. BONEY. e ap5-3t. Duckport, La. mm _ ,-- - LOOK FOR T T RD BAALES OF TRABLE MAROERTYK SDetors, Madison Parish a. STATE TAX SALES OF MOVABLE PROPERTY is 1 State of Louisiana Versus Delinquent Tex Debtors, Madison Parish, Lou isiana. By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and Law er Louisiana, I will sell at the princinal front door of the Courthouse in Tal lulah, Madison parish, Louisiana, be tween legal sale hours, beginning at 11 o'clock a. m., on thethird Saturday, the 19th Day of April, A. D. 1919, and continuing each suc ceeding day until sales are completed all the movable property upon which taxes are due to the State of Louisi ana and the Parish of Madison, to enforce the collection of taxes as sessed in the year 1918 and interest at the rate of 10 per cent per year until paid, together, with all costs, as follows, to-wit: JOHNSON LUMBER CO., about 16,000 feet of lumber, consisting of gum and oak located at Quebec Station, La. Taxes, 1918---------- $96.64 Interest and costs to be added. KIRCHNER, CLARENCE, 1 traction it Engine. Taxes, 1918------------$9.72 e Interest and costs to be added, On day of said sale I will sell such l' portion of said property as each debtor will point out, and in case the r, debtor will not point out sufficient c property, I will. and without further e delay, sell the least quantity of said ,f property which any bidder will buy n for the amount of taxes, interest and e costs due by said debtor. o The sale will be without appraise - ment, in legal tender of the United r States and the property sold shall be y redeemable for the space of one year e by paying the price given including costs and twenty per cent thereon. A. J. SEVIER. JR.. Sheriff and Tax Collector, Madison perish, Louisiana. n Notice to Mortgage Creditors . In conformity with law notice is n hereby given to all parties holding f mortgages on movable property lo cated in the Parish of Madison. on Swhich taxesfor the year 1918 have Snot been paid, that I will begin the Sale of same at the principal front door of the Courthouse on the third a Saturday, the 19th day of April, A. D. 1919, and that 2 pieces of property are now being advertised in this news naper in conformity with law prepar -tory to such sale. The attention of :he mortgage creditors is respectfully -ailed to this advertisement of tax ;ales and they are warned to take nch steps prior to the sale as may be necessary to protect their rights. A. J. SEVIER, JA., Sheriff and Tax Collector for Madi son parish, Louisiana. Tallulah, La., April 3rd. 1919. "Don't let tme storms of yesterday or the forecast for tomorrow cloud your enjoyment of to-doy." Everything to wear for the "Prim reee Path." Suits of white flannel or erge; Mhe or gray srge, spoelal white tremers and sport seats. 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