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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 March 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. OU'NTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MAI.)ION PARlISH, LOUISIANA, SATUlDAY, AIt'lI :,, 191:; L N. 19 IOL. INO. 1 10* CATHOLICS THAT 18 NUMBER OF MEMBERS OF RELIGION IN STATE OF LOUISIANA ALONE 15154,158 UNDER U. S. FLAG Has Many Orphans Asylums In Which 47,415 Children Are Cared for. Newspaner Un on Npews Servics Orleans.-There are 1.1:,4.158 Catholics in the United States according to the 1913 -dit-on Uricial Catholic directory, and of 23,329,047 under the protec the United States flag. There ,989 in the Philippines, 999, in Porto Rico, 11,510 in Alaska. - the Hawaiian Islands and 900 'ils Canal Zone. The figures are by the ('atholic bishops and of the dioceses concerned. are 14,312 churches in conti United States. are 17,954 Roman Catholic three cardinals, eleven active three titular archbishops, two archabbots and 15 ab r the United States. are, according to the same au 288 Roman Catholic orphan in which 47,415 orphans are for. state of Louisiana alone the...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 March 1913

MAX-OR HIS PICTURE By OCTAVE THANET Author of "The Ma. of the Hour." "The Lioe' SShare." "By Inheritance," etc. (Oovyrteih by the Dubob-bMer.ti Co.) (OyrtshL by tse KNOCK sounded on the principal's door. "That's Florence.' she thought; and she sigh ed in the same breath. The principal had se cretly liked Florence Raimund, the best of her two hundred girls, for three years; and, sometimes, she suspected that Florence knew it. Miss Wing sat at her desk. It was a large desk of oak, always kept in blameless order. No one could recall seeing more than one letter at a time lying on the blotter. Any others, yet unread, lay in the wicker tray to the left; the letters read but not answered were in the wicker tray to the right; the answered letters were in appropri ate pigeonholes or in ashes, Miss Wing being a firm believer in fire as a confl tential agent. About the desk hung the most Interesting object in the room, to the school-girls; in fact it would be hard to gauge justly the in fluen...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 March 1913

~~K~~r TA Abho - JO3.Fp1CL11cO~z CyJWhittaklr z' Place Capin Enri, Etc. muatrt i.m by E llsworth Young Csyriwar.l, by hAninw Cma.p uy S SYNOPSIS. Mrs. Keziah ('omin. supposed widow. is arranglng to n.,ove from Trumet to Bos ton. following the death of her brother. for whom she had kept house. Kyan Pepper. widower, offers marriage. and Is Indignantly refused. Capt. Elkanah I)an Lsis. leader of the Regular church. off.rs elatih a place as housekeeper for the hew mintiter, and she decides to remain In Trumet. Kezlah takes charge of Rev. John Ellery, the new minister, and gives himn advice as to his conduct toward members of the parish. Ellery causes a sensation by attending a "Come-outer" meeting. Ellery's presence is bitterly re sented by Eben Hammond. leader of the meeting Grace apologizes for her guardian and Ellery escorts her home in the rain. Capt. Nat Hammond. Eben's son, becomes a hero by bringing the packet into port safely through fog and lorm. Ellery finds Keziah writing a l...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 March 1913

RNIALI Journal of Madi Parish Journal of Sehool Board. ~- 1ial Journal of Levee Board. UIeI4g Jeareal towa of Tallab ° Qo"ggs D sv3RT SATURDAY. RWA or euSSCtIT1N: $1.50 PER ANNUM. (10G3eo 8SrcNC. Editor. Eantered Jan. 10, 1903, at Talln* lah, IA.. an aeeondaelass mail matter, under Act of Congres of March 8. 1879. . The JOURNAL is not resposible for the views aud opiniaon of correspondents a'sappearlpr ia it eolumns. TA1.uLAn LA., MAceU 29th, 1918. deried r a Hig Place. The eantinel I. pleased to note that Mr. Henry W. Worsqam of Natehitoohes has been indorsed by the full Louisiana Conrgese alonal delegation for appointment as Regletar of the rreasury, and thb endoreements are snoh that the tlr likely to reoeive consid eration at the hands of the ap pointing power. Representative Aswell is repor ted to have called upon Seoretary MeAioo of the Treasury Depart. . ent. and also upon Postmaster General Ia behalf of Mr. Wor s am,, to urge his appointment to the place. Should Mr. Worsha...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 March 1913

Seddl and Ps L Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sevier, Jr. went to Vicksburg Friday. Mrs. J. W. Denioss entertained informally at cards Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wright and Little Cupid Wright returned home Monday after a very pleas ant visit with relatives in Jack. non. Miss Aileen Lustre returned to her home i, Edwards, Miss., Tueiday. Mr. and Mrs. George Montgom. cry went to Vicksburg Frid iy. Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Moffett and family who have been resi dents of oar town for the past eight years, leave Baturday for Ruston, where they will make their future home. Their many friends are sorry to see them go. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Spann spent Friday and Saturday in Vicksburg. Mrs. . 8. Agee went to Vicks trrg Friday to see Louis Mann in "Elevating a Husband." Mr. and Mrs. Corniel Whar field and son spent Thursday in Tallulah enroute to Vicksburg to see Louis Mann play in ''Ble vating a Husband." The ladies of Tallulah under stand there has been a woman in town selling "hand-made lace. Did anybo...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 March 1913

mesWard oer35ncrowd The ra icndof ~he Famous American Ivory Fbacher S r coPYR/C/#T 6 R/DCWAY CO. by WRobert Foran VERY one will remember the dra- ills i matic story, recently given to the infor world through the daily press, of soont the death of James Ward Rogers. he s the American elephant-poacher. in blazil the Congo. The name Rogers pro(- Cri ably conveyed nothing to many fift,e millions all over the world until cents the story of his tragic end was pub- woul lished broadcast. Yet so many w ho the I have traveled in Stanley's "Darkest Africa"-the the e territory which witnessed the truly remarkable out c end of an adventurous career-the details of the At dramatic chase through the jungles and its still stant more dramatic conclusion will not be a mere song pipe-dream. comt There must be many others in America besides cials myself who have been through this section of HI Central Africa and to whom Rogers was known "II personally. And to us the story brings regrets. Nc for Roger...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 March 1913

Loss of Power ad a d ifateum llo at U.l e D.r Pllarc" Aansasa Disectovery , lCK a pid IANO CI.,itle RocktArk 8rick Wr"'the wr"auesea'" C i di.Corap ny for picss. Srest W.i De knon, Prt s t Arkansas Directorykn . 3-Day Liquoer uPlan thre Itabl TREATMENT. Safe, sure cprced emt the drink habil . Three ayn rquest. 1L Percs. Institute located, 815 Centerk. Mfg.Company for prices. t, Little Rock. Telephone 3sa01. WE TREATMENT. ae, sure care! fle the drink habith . Three days. ho' Street, Little Rock. Telephone 3201. Z. L McCarthy, Manager. D For the Farnm,(ar den. I tell a.S dV , ' ers 1, a , , I Se C0 n1. .+te l. ty, adapted to Arkan.a. Euy the beat aol ,et $50 CROPM. Ineubators. loiter s. edTC. t.Little Rock *Iifir Bros. Seed Co. 04 **" Markham o our laes I 1 60 cia. per lb. lSCOO delivered fresh aud pure. Made ei oui mew San. Ctocolates ary Factory. gakes, Rolla, kes. Cams. Pu for speal e s. We ship anywhere. Send s your d ader L Pekham Co., Uttleo ook, Ark. EVERLASTING WelOd's Best Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 29 March 1913

JUM1ENT FINAL AFTER N*ARING THE OPINIONS OF THE CABINET. COUNSELS OFTEN WITH BRYAN ou. eHouten and Franklin K. Lane a-pire Ceaidene in Their Ability to Ceadet Their Departments lamely and Suecessfully. By GEORGE CLINTON. Wahsngon.-There seem to be ev ry desire on the part of Republicans. regreesives and Democrats to give the new president the best of it when Sover there Is any seeming reason for 4d1t as to the wisdom of his inten tisau One thinlg members of congress ane admitting today without any resero satiUo and that Is that Mr. Wilson Is the "chief man in his cabinet." and that while he seeks and accepts ad vise. his own judgment when formed is made to be final. Thee are some things which occur at the president's councll table which are not kept as solemn secrets. Mr. ° Wilson seems to "hIt It or' with the oembers of his oSetal family. They :. say that be is modest with his opin tes,. that he listens readily and urges oeseh in order that he may listen. and then then, weighing...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 April 1913

THE MADISON JOURNAL. IOU NTREE BROS., Publlshers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH,, II.LISIANA, SATI'UlAY, APhRI, .5, 1913: NE E. IEi --VOI. 1 NO. IN ECONSTUCTION BEGUN IN CITIES -&TEST PROBLEM TO BE FAC NOW IS THE FEEDING OF THE HOMELESS VICTIMS. REQUIRE MUCH HELP Law Governs-Automobiles iitioned-Sighteeers Forced to Work by Miltiamen. Newspaper Union N.ews Servtr. O.-Here is the problem to Dayton as summarized by }. Burba, secretary to Gov. Cox, -presentlng the latter: thousand persons must be fed. and housed for several days thousand persons must be car indefinitely. for these persons glelr all, when their housuhcld were swept away. They must ed with a few necessary article!:, such as beuding. 'pans, stoves and a few dol A half million dollars could be .UILDING A DYKE AT FORT WAYNE b:-rhra shows man and boys of Fort Ways. buldiag a dyki _eeler.r- ia asIrt mto va rt thi rldts sood. ths way by the riefl co-n thessand houses and bust must be rehbabilltated. ad houses and other or what...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 April 1913

.I:IRIU UIUOUE 1I 'Unkissed Wife Appears in Court With Odd Bonnet. Mueband of Mrs. Teresa E. Deems hays, However, Osculation Was No Novglty, and Will Still Pay Alimony. Baltimore -Not satisfied with being laown the country over as the "u kissed" wife, Mrs. Teresa E. Deems. 1008 William street, has originated the "divorce bonnet." She appeared in circuit court No 2 to testify against her husband in her suit for a divorce accompanied by two of her friends who are also seeking divorces and who were bonnets exactly like that of Mrs. Deems Mrs. Deems said the bonnet which she wore was with the consent of her two companions, who decided to come into court in them. She calls them divorce bonnets. The other two women seeking di vorces are Mrs. Gertrude Reibold, who resides at the Deems home, and Mrs. Margaret Miller, 1 East Barney street. who is a close friend of Mrs. Deems and Mrs. Lelbold. The bonnets of the trio were of the pole design and trimmed on the edge with pink ribbon, with two r...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 April 1913

THE SPELLBINDER By OCTAVE THANET AuSthor of e Man of the Hour." "Tb6 Lion Shre,." "B Inheriance." etc. (CopyrInbL by the )bboLMerrill tu. SOT long since the writer had occasion to pass through the scene of this story. It would be hard to find anywhere a more pleasant and prosperous land. Fertile fields and shady country roads and pastures where sleek cattle are contentedly grazing great stacks of alfalfa; farmhouses with flow and vines, as well as thriving gardens; windmills that pipe with water as well as ll the troughs; automobiles and good there could hardly be a great sontrast. And it is pleasant to that the pioneers who suffered le hardships during the lean are now reaping the reward of toil, courage and versatile, in a ingenuity. frozen soil rattled under the hoofs; the wagon wheels rat a their own account. A Decem -wtpd was keen enough to make driver wrap his patched quilt sand pull his battered straw hat over his ears. He was a man y, with high, tanned features yes that wou...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 April 1913

of Mad.son Parish 4~ead Joeal of Sehool Board. * *6la Journal of Levee Board. mgugIaoD 3yIT SATURDAT. lulls Op sUnoCRIPTION: it.80 PER ANNUM. G13o0 Br3SIC. AEditor. stearod Jan. 10, 1908, at Tallu lah, La., as eoond-olhss mail matter, under Act of Congres of Marsh 8. 1879. The JOURNALis not responsible for y views and opinioes of oorrepondset "appeMrla l in eoluu8s. TAJmULAs LA., Anlu 6th, 1918. -- .. ..- - Whilst some of our esteemed contemporaries in the District are getting panicky over the river situation, and the coming floods from the Ohio and other tributar les of the Mississippi River, it is bstour policy to cross the bridge %efcre we reach it. While we realise the serious aess and danger that confronts the valley from extreme stages of the river, itis no time for the people to throw up thiir hands in despair-this is not the spirit of Americen people. We must hope for the best, and base our hopes on the fact that our levee system has been greatly strength ened siees the la...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 April 1913

Sold and Peerona. Mr. P. . Hebert made a bualmes rip to Jacke this week. Mrs. A. C. Williamon of Readland, has bsee visting relatives it Tadlulab ts past week. Mr. J. H. Smiths of Houston, Ten.. Is the guest of ,his uncle Mr. W. B. Smiths. Mr. Bob Collins, State Auditor, was the guest of Mr. A. J. Sevier, Jr, Thursday. Mm. Robb is the guest of her daugh ter Mrs. John ltone. Mr. Bob Broossard, Professor of Freneh at L. 8. U., was a visitor to Tallulah Wednesday. Mrs. 0. H. Ogbourm entertained a few friends at ards aturday afternoon. Rea. O. C. Townsend, Oleialin spector of U. S. levees, passed through aou town enroute to 8sfam to .sake so Rev. Vanne held a very impressive aer Stervice last Sunday at the trWsty Episeopal Cburch. she Book Club met Thuraday after. as at the home of the Firt Vice Pressdsw Mrs. Charles Carp. A very isteemugS aticle eaitled 'Laer lag Frm Mea' was read anda dis sed The daicessioa of Books this week . atereda Tlmhe Fruitful Vine" by Robert Hitches. After t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 April 1913

Place CainZriEtc. mIuat u*i.m. by~ Jllaworth Young CapywiE&Jp, b1 BAp~lbm.&.tss.. SYNOPSIS. Mrs. Keslah Colln, supposed widow. Is arranging to move from Trumet to )s ton, following the death of her brotner. for whom she had kept house. Kyan Pepper, widower, offers marriage, and Is indignantly refuse. Capt. Elkanah LDan iels, leader of the Regular !,urch. offers Keslah a place as house....-per for the new minister, and she decide.s to remair In Trumet. Keziah takes charges of Ret. John Ellery, the new minister. and gives him advice as to his conduct toward moembers of the parish. Ellery causes a sensatlon by attending a "Come-outer" meeting. Ellery'a presence is bitterly re sented by Eltttn Hlammond. leader of the meeting. Grace apologizes for her guardian and Ellery es'orts her 'tome in the rain. Capt. Nat Hammond. Eben's son, becomes a hero by bringing the packet into port safely through fog and storm. Ellery finds Keziah writing a let ter to some one, Inclosing money In re...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 April 1913

TO A CUSPIDON "ehq of Young Baby Stumble And Falls. Serious COw plications Set In. DuffilId. Va.--n advices from thi place. Mrs. .J L. Johnson says: "When my baby nas about a month old, I stumbled and fell over a cuspidor, and contracted such pains in my back, I could not stoop over without falling to the floor. I got to rribly weak, and was very uneasy about myself. ly case was certainly a serious one. I was so delicate that most people thought I was going to have consump~ tion. and ! thought so myself. Finally my husband advised me to Cardul, the woman's tonic. I tried and am confident that it saved my The pains in my side and back have asappeared, and all of my friends here say that I am looking better than I have done for a long time. I recommend Cardul to all of my ady friends. as I believe it will help dhem. Just as it did me, if they wiN .sly give it a trial. You may use this letter in any way yes wish. I feel so grateful, for it it sd not been for Cardui, the woman's tmie, ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 5 April 1913

SCOiEtSPONDENTS FIND THE WHITE HOUSE CONDITIONr TO THEIR LIIING. " IILTY EASY OF APPROACH : to Piredde WIlsn Is Net Dif :" uat and Hs Appelatmate for the 0D Are Posted Where AN May .y GEORGE CLINTON. " ,- has been such heagi ln the conditlons io Stho Whie House aoffices new aaminlitration caq in * P r that the through-theyearsi bseervers have qSpuity in recognis I th4 place. It aght be said that eebmlay Te chgie is grateful to Nearly everybody ezoept him who f espee. Newspaper corre abd sage others with are worrying I ttle lest some S ball come tO set back the fad to restore a4ai1 to the old tiae satei at procedare k has been written about the GM door at the White House. As sees ia the Intimation came that the doer was to be open, a direct notice Mone that it was to be close' to men S4. wanted. ofIce. This means a real •SO dor, however, for nobody today LI!ly misose the office seeker. ilbees not feel particularly sorry 'rt him, bcause his pokesman. and .i.. . t f he chooses, can ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 April 1913

,"+ . y = _..."ýl'. A1~ bbes AL qvE ** Western W$ NeW Cos i 6 l in IA 1I were th Woudre Sr Clad! of Hrs. the (hil ahem b and an ted ~ Capital tore up tbe Ua the SpI SSouth i the mo avdi rmn.' t4Is. n ow Mrs. I iM ! 1I here fi RUK~ borne mod. the Comp14 whouse ofos Permut aas Co the Bats the the c " de'k to ho the elects - o 'bether tic.', Jastrr t that tie - that tirej e mso i es been it hartndaon for - mitt. *eC.WH 7b.01 I. p ton see of P. C. Iyd, pro t º . andwere --~h arP *ktielrela reeiml r~ tried . i 1M /Met thew Wa, pWot w V 1man tin fa rr mood. a~ t~ tu· .wmt F wle~ .. d tb i ~' *qei to is pert The entire 'r r iart t It ofst arenI to It is tan t c t>ýriOf e# wash urrlmis-t it r~rilYII, ul3 ULH I C' 4j .5.1 m aihaa· r~ gfty emit heS thaw bEdsee hum th ei~rr hetwo grrrhl~ dPr eUume &rk~~I h e""""" eb.,"""";brJ khi. uq~w r US~8 WIaKLIFFE RETURKS tLesma Weann LaSS Off ls - -eaue of Proaetlea Promise. Western Newupaser Unton News Petrvte New Orleans.-,-"I was pledged to Mir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 April 1913

IZOfl when the destrctive city on aecount of the fed but e1timates were bove is what caused the FLOOD /~ ·· ...:.: i ·' .... . : ·:.~~." GIVE TOUCH OF COLO SMALL BITS RELIEVE 81MPLICI' OF SEASON'S COSTUMEL If Preferred, the Most Audacious Bi IlanCe is Strictly in Style, Though the Quieter Modes Are the One Generally Chosen. For early season wear there a charming costumes made up of so supple broadelotas and cotton veilv These models are, on the whole, si pie of line. They have, perhaps. touch of lace at the upper part of t bodice and sleeves, or a trinmning 11: of buttons and loops or trimumin~ , collar and cuffs of ltulgarian emnbroi ery, to give a gay touch of color to t] costume. Never has this generation seen sum brilliant and audacious colorings are shown this spring in millinery at In the new dress fabrics, particular among the silks. Parisian dressm kers and milliners revel in this so of thing, but such revels are dange / I - n rimmed with White Ls ac d SaIl 5tin5. as for t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 April 1913

eLit elyri. t TRIANET icJ S E goif links were rt ,eque; spreading the shore or cl if through the heart island set in the er; here sad there a of the huLg hol ot .senai L ps; Wed ! the sheer pl the dhi eple-t, b ustltaa the fair gruns )welo4 r I SM dappled with 5 ' older than the le A breese shifted the fe Wily Butler felt its toue 'A ia twrMi to tam out his t17 I . a w a e heU saw same t who has d - tl o aerday. e She hadt hemalose pery7 was bobbinlg 'Rte a wave over the brl ( tr oarasges and st nd slow pomp afteg favorites and their rt at over the slope ii the But Willy aad one follower, a - and straight and whose brown a Sagast her d Sefect of a Ressia, Willy halted. t she watbe' en At the clean, nsded sppro.al. met ih a sightly and ,eab ila bhand.w he I He was aw way- a - s play well; ah that be had at va Iginces. Ever always m no tors. Has atsash*. owne hthe tow tier Wily nob m to -f n that *ia t oi e a5b te hano ear t t. ýts   llatjss e elas a r ace, Sa .-ue, ,o , -.easa. ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 12 April 1913

V. ' ..j t .i. *ICE 6P TI HE BO MIISSIONERS, SFPIFTH L IV EVEE DISTRICT, .. November 13th, 1911. TRESPAS All arde a hereby warned not t r or trees of any kind, in any manner ate on the isiandsa . iinMissippi River, t the Fifth Louiai Tee Distriect Front, the Kastez, boundary Hn of the Parishes of t Carroll, adison on.ia,O nor to trespa thereon in any way id islands of Cionmrsae, a for the Fifth Louisiaa Le District, aan de a: nd No. I in Townsi 1t E. " 2 " , N E. 4 3 4 *o N N.. 10 4N  1 '.. .4544 e 14 E. S" . E. I 8" " 31 N 11 E. 6693DN TE - - a " "w oi * s d N.13 E. " 1 " 1 N.. 13 E. " 12 " '9NL I E. " 12*" " an N. R. 13 E " 1" " 19 N.19 I 3E. "14" . 14an45R.14E. "15" " a 1 N.. 12 and 1.1 E. " 17. " 6 N. 9 E. ."18" D 5. 9and. I. - 19 " 5N. 9snd 0E. and more partlel decribed i a survey smds r the direUtion ande a thority of Gov. N. lane ard, under date o Jo b, 1908. being tnans'e, to said Board-of isioners under tee vi of the Ait 191 of 1908 ad decision f the S Court of Luisis e t...

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