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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 April 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAHI, MADISON PARISHI, LOUISIANA, SATUDI)AY, APRIL 4, 1914 N I ESV . SIDERBILT CAN ACCEPT BIG GIFT 0ARD OF TRUST WINS THE VAN DERBILT UNIVERSITY CONTEST. LAUTIONS TO THE CHURCH jsestments of Board of Trustees abject to Confirmation by the General Conference. wsp ewgappr Cntnm New. firvmer. - brhville, Tenn. - The Supreme - of Tennes'e in a unanimous i fixed the relation of Vander , Ulversity and the Southern SsIahIst church, and settled a territic g,,ggNversy which has menaced the ;glmination with threats of a schism r 1o years. 7 1 decision is against the conten eo t the bishops. It is in favor of Wl ard of trustees. The bishops Suuanded that the general conference I the source of authority; that the Im was the founder of the univer gdA, and that the conference had the It to fill the vacancies on the board : glltees. The contention of the gu- of trustees was that the board ,us a self-perpetuating body: that fuaslis Vanderbi...

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. — 4 April 1914

FRES IN UNITED STATES I 1913 MANY, BUT WELL CONTROLLED Forces Fought 4,520 Conflagrations in That Year, 'or Nearly Twioe as Many as Started in 1912-Total Loss, Due to Damage From Flames, Estimated at $192, 000 for the Entire Period. aglhngto,-During 1913 the forces ,the national forests fought 4.520 or early twice as many as start io 1911, the best year the forests ever had. Notwithstanding the great Increase the number of fires. Forester yes eonsiders that the showing by the forest service was quite voerable as that in the preceding because the damage done and Sests of fire fighting were no proportionately than in 1912. both years practically 50 per cent all Ores were detected and extin before they burned over a of an acre, and 25 per cent of years' Ares were put out before eovered ten acres. Of last year's 32, 8 or considerably more than whole number of fres in 1912, eonfined to areas of less than S raes, and in 1.080 additional fires than one hundred dollars' dam was done by each...

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. — 4 April 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal ONE FATAL DISASTER FOLLOWS ANOTHER IN ST. LOUIS I 'AN 44 k' A The building of the St. Louis Fed company of St. Louis was demolished when a portion of a seven-story wall of b awi Mis sour Athletic club toppled over on it. At least seven persons were killed in the St. Louis Feed com pps building. The picture shows workmen takinl bodies from the ruins. CONSTITUTIONALIST LEADER CARRANZA AND HIS CABINET The  acted hobse at Nogales. Mexico, is the headquarters of President Carransa. the constitutionallst leader, and 1im I- that every move of the constittionalists is carefully discussed. The photodraph shows the leader and his ar one of these sessions. Lef to right, seated: F. Escudero, minister of foreign affairs; Governor May . t dSamors Presient Carransa. General Pqsuatra, Antonio I Pans. Standing behild Casrans is Major Tre cat tO ersmual sdIL WRYAN'S LLAMA BARRED FROM COUNTRY U.. 4 ! oi' n t, s" as this ne specimen o...

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. — 4 April 1914

IT' IA1fSON JOURNAL PusLIu8ID EVERY SATURDAY. GEORGE SPENCER, Editor. Orwrtc TanLRalONE NumEsa 7. Officid JMdr of Madison Parws. bfficial Journal Fifth District Letee Board, School Board, Eolice Jury and Town of Tallulah. $1.50 Pan Awxux I ADvAkNCE. ]Enterid Jan. 10th, 1903 at Tallu - l- La., as second-class mail fa-tter, under Act of Congress 6f March 3, 1879. ? Th1 JOURNAL is not responsible for b. views and opinions of correspondents typarinig in its columns. fmLULAU, LA., APRIL 4, 1914 :Sui3 OIO F FISHING METHODS The greatest menace to wild fe of today comes from organ destruction for profit. Many 44 the laws of Louisiana have been framed to meet this par *ular phase of the conservation 4{estion. While the law must fail to curb the wanton de yr, this is not so important ate few men fail to recognize folly of destruction merely I amusement. There is usual some financial inducement to pt a wholesale destruction t birds, game and fish or other tural resources. ~tach destruction i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 April 1914

I AD ISON JOURNAL ? .c lA LA.. AT . 4. ' 914. r. Al'x. Clark, of Iounds,l i Sr to learn that Mrs. 'rry Funk is sick at the infirn- . rijn Vicksburg under the treat- l" enit of Dr'. B. . Martin. Tie Si favorable, and she will return to Ta .urhoihe here ith aout ten days. reek visitin relark, of Motie and s, aieds in Lake Prllulahovidence S o'c The Ladies Aid Society of the infirm sble, andurc sh, wil greturn to biranual Easter egg hunt on tw( dly ye hefre Easter. Doays.'t SBl spent thisfun eek itvtions are out for n card car iedtth in Laketrn to bvid ene. t he Igdish, of Socireveprt The gre who are invited are on iting ana pleasater ocgcagion. - lirst *,syeo want to save freight "as rdon necy before Easteral If Don't the ad of Tallulah Ifdw. beau e (o., Ltd., elsewhere cour: idune. 1Ir orman J i'auffman, for relat years with Joit. Levy ittiof New Orleas, spent car i lhid ateorday with gisened Mr. sand . . Kaufhnso the v try Wednesday in, AMrs.t- er w where he hasr ac- ast is ositio...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 April 1914

The Hollow ' ° - of Her Hand L . eore B arr MCCutCheon Sthe actual crime is concerned There that very particular," said Mrs Wrn- looing, a motionlss as te object "_ .. .eataolrl in such a selfcontaied that whlch she gated. Behind her were the CHAPTER i. penetra have hi Math Cneme In Like the Lien. You . s The which had roared through but one a  ale of sleet ait the way may be up New York, came to a stand- the at still, With many an ear-plitting sigh, should aleoauide the little station, and a re tioned. hIsteat porter opened his vestibule I trust to descend to the snow-wept plat- "Y : solitary passenger had tntensd the journey's end. The swirl if she eow and sleet screaming out of the than a eas at the end of the station neither enveloped the porter In an He t, and eat his ears and neck with have a !f.glag force as he tarned his back Inn, M tinst the gale. A pair of lonely, a mal ',iobsuared platform lights gleamed over f lalesy at the top of their icy posts if you at each cad of t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 April 1914

S3 WIL IAMS' LONG SICKNESS yinJl To Lydia E. Pih. bamn's Vegetable Compound. Pat, Ind.:-"I suffered for foua rs from organic infammation, female weakness, pain and rregulars. ties. The pains in my sides were in creased by wadling or standnlg on my feet ad I ad such awful bearing down feelings, was de paresed in spirits and became thin anad pale witdllheay eyes. Ihadsixdoe t n wbhoam I received only tempo sipsL I decided to give Lydia E. ' ' Vegetable Compound a fair a lsthetSanative Wash. I have dj the ro medies for four months otexpress my thanks for what " M done for me. Vf ie lines will be of any benefit is, my permsson to publish "-lMrs. SADi WIANs, 4655 Stgst, Elkhart Indians. "91 3 Plnkham's Vegetable Com trom nativerootsandherbs, a nearotic or harmful drugs, h-s- the record of being the assse l remedy for female ills .r and thousands of volmtary on file in the Plnkhai at 4n, Mass., seem to fet. have the slightest doubt E. Ptnkha 's Vegeta. nkhas1e cleCo. )Lyn,Mass., for ad ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 4 April 1914

Frmd' Ed mataI audCo-Oprtive Union of Amrica a il~ii itM g e A leaky barn root turneth away r Ever know a gate to accidentally c 1t bask in repaiJr after it began droop- r When carelessness enters the pool- r tIl house door, profits fly out of the i WIdow. Some men are so modest that they lWW not brag even about their wife's r The "milky way" is the path to peace and prosperity. Is that your Itsutimony 1 A very little snow in the lives of inme men suffices to give them per ;pjtual cold feet. The value of a farm depends upon Wat you put Into it-not upon what oas remove from it. Anybody on a party-line telephone l S'will tell you there is more talking 4san there ought to be. Of course, if you have no crops to gali, you, at least, do not have to t 'Aesrtu your eyes counting your We still claim that modern civilian lion has not produced a liar that can compete with the old-fashioned light- r nag-rod man. We do not care to admit that we t Mve to eat, but when the stomach is I out of bus...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 April 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1914 9 W IL A C . B R A IS T E D 1I1 i ni a ,l - E I . . ... ..- - . . .. . I - S PR. WILLIAM C. BRAISTED r 2p . C r. Braeited is the newly appointed I 5M/d of the medical corps of the I UaSled States navy, succeeding Sure g e Geeral C. F. Stokes. Dr. Stale. tu ie a native of Ohio and was ap. c n'b  h Jnavy from Michigan. r JIIOR TERRAZAS ti ESCAPES PRISON ALTYHO HSTAGE REGAINS LIB 01 SIRTY THROUGH AID OF ti TRAITOR TO VILLA. al it W"sk sr CUsdae ews sarees. 2, tSW Orleans.-Louis Terrasas Jr., wealthy Mexican held prisoner for vs at Chihuahua by General Fran- w Vlla for the pest three months, ar amaped and made his way south he Mexico City, according to un reports received here. In Sthe asistance of an old fit servant and a traitor In Villa's wj Terrazas is said to have secured Ti liberty, and to have reached Sal- tai tM sety, beyond the zone of Co i -smal control. Pa Sdmakin...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 April 1914

VALU SEdaucational SinIn d k! Co-Operative Whl Union of America cupy, gate know, other anesr of tpecial moen far man, burepeuim Auvicuhht count men In doubt, keep still. count Iddlemen are now right in the in W ;of things. have pt wait for chances to turn up; irtatir turn them up. La best part of the modern farmer Iv, In dbove his ears. in tt fresh air and le's "hot air" been in the dairy business. price shiver of the cow shakes dol- oped of her owner's pocket. probe alty makes us known to price and still more to ourselves. kept does not consist in doing cause like, but in liking what we the " with eomband'elbow salve is the estat remedy for tired muscles a hi write sa who leans on the lines at Stoci ing of the season larrups all 1 the end. price too late to do the thing you gard ; it's just the moment to be- A next thing! is a you have built an air castle will a the air," commence now to adve good foundation under it. tie elvil service law that may be the must have a tin can attac...

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. — 11 April 1914

News of the Week' as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal DR. MARY WA[KFR I FAR IIi a Tur  r,,  ,I, ,. , . . DR. MARY WALKER LEARNING THE STEPS OF THE TANGO Vi Dr. Mary Walker, the grand old lady of the woman's suffrage cause. who adopted male attire upwards of fifty r'.'s ago, is shown in the illustration taking Instruction in the tango. Dr. Walker does not frown on the modern . sLm as these pictures illustrate. , · 1,200 ULSTER VOLUNTEERS DRILLING AT DUNGANNON and military cirdes  I ,.eat Britain are lust no torn with excitement over the situation in Ulster. #--sts in that province are determined to meet with force any attempt to compel them to submit to a -Jlzment of Ireland as provided in the home rule bilL. The picture shows 1,200 volunteers drilling at Dun. NCHING OF DREADNAUGHT OKLAHOMA -. . _ ams latest giant Aghting ship was launched at the yard of tht Ihta-ldlng company at Camden, N. J.. March 23. Miss Lorena J. of the governor of Oklahoma, is shown in the p...

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. — 11 April 1914

IDISOIN OUQII&L To the I a! umy SA ru RD AT . 3b l, Wel1 uosx, IBditoor, w. I.... « Jl.,. .R. eceer i l ave as hlate ýIth District turmed sc4, &hool Beenj, bib qS Jetta sd To*a of sage' Frs A~ux= fin Am*x 5s... ot. 1908 at Wrill*k5thisti La. a cd-lhs a is aml *murAct of OgUi eal b l dun~ qrio wmdes-cluu u ~ we"m bib_ ever. byth bet MI a-we UWbh With ; st I -. Wih rde re Yong we.t Af * M lb thesotent lugrn u you4. have wih-tra l t e n .erblee rom baithabiath, pes e tiesm mvsg, loreesto ybe.'m ~asle~ss, Haes coate, e1 and ekemhr wneeki- N Isi~e o ighr hng Ci rre ..er y ae.. . sm df 1amImbilet pad mm m, wel cam bal yoru In~ inrm bwr hess pirelb.r - ~b et imtl"C rrq ua0sabmi.~~o a S 45~k Lert mui *e imk ·esr thur crnoier.I *~~Y ewmb4I~ueL4 -psi' ak ~WSUP.4b6I em Mm ~ q pe~l wh ~m~4Ie odw tebal wul l;ofzeb~ t wi"""""""""" Whew-'-- ~ umid~~~ hemegwipm -r~s' by -Mm' mteeeTtw w - l.lbw etmek ~~kemt e:.m~betmwudh Tylr Cm.~ ~.~lhg. Tylerrj Tens: C· . 1 ·"- Y Yl~I ~n IiPI·~Lrlala~yl a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 April 1914

EADIsOl JOURIIIA lI.. APm. 11. 1914. $: al1l, t*auager of Mep Mtile 084.; w this feit. YiN. Hadeitk, genelti f r the Maxwell-Yetipt (ialarney, wta in Tallulali Ssad Monday. Mhrs. 1'Pilhe, ac-hiit by their danughter, Miss are the this wi*k -l dfsily oft Jde Slack. -I Ales Andrtrs, of watd 6, Stown this w*k atteltdiig . Webb, ftiatce of Peace, and platltet hear Delta was in Taildlah Monday. T. O. Ae. manager of 1W 0. Ward, d Manatord, a trip th Mempds. this Olh aea[ rJe lu ch _ Il the Irowa :dp .as the lildthem with Mr. riihg picturea. he ftw1 l of Talluit re stehee and take prtz in asr elebration at TWiity hdreh next Suhday, AkM: there 'jIj be i ie6e for the citdren, tbh glorifcatiolt of the Md ingtruitAt of w the great sijn of At 11 A.M. eft will 4l8ebraon of Ua Holy ' , with Sertnitll the Special diiasle kud Ms Bang, !f TIilta, ali h this wek ati d. S Alexander. Oonstahbl tibit, tras id Tallulah tant prip pt altomithelI had rdsonahle rts, aOff ine.. No. 111. large had enjidy~l...

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. — 11 April 1914

The Hollow .** >r . of Her Haqnd i tjG~eor e Barr MC Cutcheon . . . an... ....sas m..will I The thrura swaved and then moved 1 mean it? You will take me withyo SYNOPSIS. Challis Wrendall is found murdered in y ,urton's inn aear New York. Mrs. Wran- D dall Is summoned from the city to identify the body. WMradalL it appears, had led I e rMY lfe and neglected I i wife. CHAPTER 1-Ceatlnued. "I'm anot so sure of it," said the cor ser, haktng his head. "I have a rg`y that she Isn't one of the ordi /Ym type. It wouldn't surprise me i belongs to-well, you might say auser tea. Somebody's wte, dos't se That wll make It rather dlf especially as her tracks have r petty well covered." "It sa me, bow She got away leaving a single sign behind " waimsed the sherf. "She'~ weoder, that's all I've got to say." AUt tbt trstant the door opened and Wrandall appeared. She stopped confttronting the huddled group. but as palild as a ghbot. Her were wide, apparently unseeing; colorless lips were parted in...

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. — 11 April 1914

V3EMEMBER mStfore Sl H. Norris. No. 1333 Hen SBerxeley. Cal.. writes: never had any other medi pWt W~runa in our home since we - !' married. I suffered with -. sad bladder trouble, but two treatment with Peruna made - and strong man. My wife -1 and was easily tired and troubled with various pains. shr took Peruna she ais well HAIR BALSAM Stoit t e ppratmU 01 terth J et p.to era. lts adadrua. For Restarinug Csl.r and str to Gray or Faded H1r Me. and SIt.L Dragt e Q TrEA.TEDsually Rives jl relesool removes swill thoften gtes entire rrllr i ays. Trial treatmen t sent Fr.. IASL CREEN. U.cesmr * L Grees ea, BOx 0, Alaia, S. STONE 15'#&,. Our LUver-OGa Book seat 1.st Care yourself as bone. Write L1. AetLI ltSsautiuUe.pae tOHOL-3 PER CENT g eFoodandRegula r aroics and Bowels of s Digesion,Cheerful amdRest.Contains neilher .Morphine nor Mineral NAC OTIC A*Vr.Ide*SA.MV W Wa tRemedy forConstipa .Sow Stomach.Diarrhoem, aCorevlsions.Fewristh ad Loss or SLEEP SIn CsmAsR Cornm. NEW YORK. ta...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 11 April 1914

NDSA STRANGER IN!HIS OWIN GRIVE anderer Returns to Chicago and Discovers Another Man in His Last Resting Place. TANGLE FOR LAWYERS 4e hSay Body Supposed to Be Her e oews Was sent to Her From WIs mssin; She Discovered Mistake, But Hatod to spoll Funeral. Chioago.-When Charlie Nelson "hit iAcad" out of Chicago two years he went away with the consoling hought that if death overtook him on travels he always had a nice grave t and paid for and waiting for lis body in Chicago. ' Maybe It was the certpinty of the mdeOeet burial" that made Charlie for _et to write to the folks at home about bhe many adventures in strange lands. But a few weeks ago Charlie came acek to Chicago and found somebody ha his grave. He was much aroused fver the intrusion of the stranger in is Anal resting place. He insisted it was unethical. Charlie Nelson's mother, Mrs. Jo baana Oberg, said it wasn't her fault, but he insists he "Just can't feel com ,srtable while that other fellow is in my grave." To make things ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 April 1914

STHE MADISON JOURNAL. REE BROS., Publishers TALLULAH, MADISON PARISH, LOUISIANA, SATUL'I)AY, APRIL 18, 1914 NEW NERIES--Vi. DAMAGE SUSTAINED W ARKANSAS STAT. RED VALID BY U. wpiREME COURT. A $50 PONY M 1907 Assessing Double Against Railroads for Live Stock. UnVles e( Servtke. In upholding the va United States Supreme Arkansas law, approved 'I, 1907, assessing double railroads for killing te Kansas City Southern *pay will have to pay a " excess of the cost for mare a few years ago Jacob Anderson of Ark ffered to accept a pay for his pony, provided, agelve his money from the y within 30 days. The, .gt paid within the speci eal the railroad company to pay $150 for the loss , nader certain conditions, Mt agreed to by the own The ca.e went to a Bh. peace and from there Arkansas Supreme Court, the judgment of the ti the sum of $100, or and $25 for attor City Southern succeed a second hearing before Supreme Court and the wa reaffirmed. Me validity of the Arkansas uatread company then, a t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 April 1914

H'- ELEN DINSMORE HUNTINGTON WILL BECOME BRIDE OF VINCENT ASTOR Young New York Multi-Millionaire and Charming American Girl to Marry on April 30--Couple Have Been Acquainted From In fancy-Mother of Prospective Groom Arrives From Eu rope to Witness the Ceremony. New York.-On the last day of April a most notable society event will take place up the Hudson-the marriage of the head of one of the greatest Ameri can houses, Vincent Astor, and Helen Dinsmore Huntington, daughter of an other line which has long been proml Sent in American affairs. The recent arrival from Europe of the mother of the bridegroom-tobe, Mrs. Ava Willing Astor. the refitting of t.e famous yacht Noma and announce meat of the wedding so shortly before the date set today are concentrating the attention of society folk upon the young couple. Through the winter there was much mystery about their plans. Many hint ed at a secret wedding. It was thought the Noma was to be used for a mys teoms purpose. This idea was foste...

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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. — 18 April 1914

SNews of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal BATTLE OF TORREON BLOODIEST OF MEXICAN WAR Sef the Constitutionalist soldiers here seen advancing on Torreon nave fallen in the desperate and long $ttle waged for the possession of that Mexican city. The battle was the bloodiest of the war between giees sad the rebels. TIN6 IN THE STREETS OF ALBANY iew In Maiden Lane, Albany, lives an Idea of the results at the ls that swept the narthera part of New York state a few days ago. USUAL VIEW OF BATTLESHIP TEXAS mtearkable photograph or the battleshilp Texas, Uncle Sam's newest dreadnauht, wars taken from the Brooklyn bridge uas the vesse to pa s nder that structure on its way to the nvy yard. Regularly. ir's getting thin. sir. Lot all right I put , ~ ,ag My morning." I ask what you put on it,! - (Oprat lshaed in inaeaoseimea Just Fits. Mr. Upstart-I have been told I am entitled to use a coat-of-arms and I want a motto for the shield. Genia:ogist-Certainly; how would ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 18 April 1914

THE 3D EVDISON J A11LA. It lltswat * ?V* AY , o geORGK 8PINOR, editor. a O- os To ra.s Nmssms 7. SI al dew Jud of M- -a Pwaoe. p -d (OEl Setoaml Pflfth District t . ve. +rd, School Batd, Poisee Jury and Town of tallulab. 1o $1.10 Pus Aisux ir ADvAes. L Eanterd Sa. 10th, 1908 at Tallu lab, I., as second-class mail a amtls, under Act of Congress a at Dak 8, 1879. Is t 05 URAL d l et respomMe p or stguim pialeel of.eamspoedsi ( epsalar is he slmis. L t TaezauT, LA., Arn. 18, 1914 a New Oinkes will seed a del.. les to Wahllgtoe headed by d .Mi Weler to epposthe adminle- a Itan eo the Sle quesidol. w Oles aepuMisu wtimoet has lodsy esoeurd the LoluIarsi r felegtles into a poesiioen of help- t as sand bthe im is about M i give moreVaeederation to tL pmdlelsi ead oftatters. Ad. a <ali rateie Ihima*o sad seo* S L.' rilat ,ar New Orlea se I not .. be p sted by eatliued op* I puhlam peag pelies. Nor . rI a M d d.ussaemS ad I seea ms e ab otehin toi wl d in ' hi.Npk mom tham a disapiss si...

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