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The Madison Journal from Tallulah, Louisiana • Page 10

The Madison Journal from Tallulah, Louisiana • Page 10

Tallulah, Louisiana
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THE MADISON JOURNAL TALLULAH LOUISIANA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER ll PAGE TEH ganization social inte nwtio Mildred Parker Myrtle Stanbrough hah getting three hits out of four The yields on the plots would be Myrtle Washington Bella Martin trips to the plate doubled the yield on plots Colored Notes ology of law (in law and rural social problem 1 Speech Interprets poetry additional work Julia Evans Ida Louise Jackson Vera Wasnmgton Clovise Harrison Eddie Mae Bosley Frenchie In the Sunday's contest which had no cover crops grown Jackson the locals south-j The effect on cotton where com Truewtll Zelma Wyche paw was too much for the Tigers and soybeans had been plowed Scott Clifton Bozeman Silas Bo-hetting them down with four hits under showed an indicative yield i Lexing one run -phis run was made of double over those plots where science interpretation of ft' sirs seminar in drama sics seminar in drama Club No 2 of New Morning Star Baptist Church will meet Sunday September 13 at 1 :80 A program will be given including a Calendar Drill The public is invited Zoology Applied OFFIC throw from third by coin was grown alone One striking demonstration was Jr Homer heeler Thomas Wash- ington Harry Holmes Porter Bay-on a Wlld num and Jackson A pala-i Tucker vanced physiology of these are recognized as developments of study already included) Library Science Special work in book selection Military Science New courses for motorized field artillery unit to be instituted with opening of new year Music Liturgical music Philosophy Problems in science and logic Physics Special work in mechanics X-ray and crystal analysis spectroscopy Spanish Nineteenth century Spanish literature Sociology Promitive social or table menu was served Games and dancing wire the features of the evening Cunningham who beat the home the field of cotton containing 19 boys in his first appearance here acres that would produce 30 bales was no puzzle Sunday the Owls hit of cotton this year When the ex- Bertha Baylor of Aslan Texas has been visiting her sister Marie Finney of Tallulah and her mother at Waterproof She was accompanied to McGehee Ark by her husband where they will make their future home Fog Rheumatic AgS I Sprains or 1 Dniicnenofl A Itichardcon of Winnsboro and brother George of Shreveport were business visitors here Wednesday periment station was started in 1929 the average yield on this field was approximately two-thirds of a bale per acre By following a rotation of com and soybeans turned his offerings all over the lot The locals made three runs in the first inning Prosser leadoff man singled Clark doubled down first base line to score Prosser ANTISEPTIC FOR WHAT AILS Green Street Four Hundred Seventy-five (475) feet from the western boundary of the Railway right of way running thence in a westerly direction along the south side of said Green Street a distance of One Hundred feet thence at right angles in a southerly direction a distance of One Hundred Fifty feet together with all improvements thereon excepting therefrom the following described property situated in Tallulah Madison Parish Louisiana to-wit: That certain lot or parcel of ground fronting 50 feet on the south side of Green Street commencing at a point on south side of Green Street 475 feet west from the western boundary of Railroad right-of-way running thence westerly along the south side of Green Street a distance of 50 feet and running brek at right angles to said Green Street between parallel lines a distance of 150 feet together with the buildings and improvements thereon being the same prop1-erty conveyed by Mose Cleveland to Mrs Prelacy Hopper bv d'ed recorded in Conveyance Book at page 376 of Madison Parish Louisiana seized in the above suit Terms of Sale: For cash to the highest bidder without the benefit of appraisement A SEVIER Sheriff Madison Parish Ixmisiana Office Tallulah La September 10 1936 Juanita Griffiin is visiting her uncle at Alsatia where she will remain until school starts Kates singled and Clark under and followed by cotton the Sunday is pnstorial day at Mt Olivf' ISnntist Church The public is invited Attention Cotton Sellers Jeralena King left Monday for her home in Vicksburg after spending several weeks with her uncle and aunt John and Maggie Bolin and other relatives Rev Gray who has been conducting revival services at the Union Baptist Church south of Tallulah will baptize five converts Sunday at 11 a Seventeen have been united to the church The public is invited to attend the baptizing and services literature Fine Arts Introduction to art art structure crafts Forestry Timber physics Geology Graduate field course Anthropology Culture growth African cultural anthropology Germanic Languages Free reading introduction to German literature German novel Germanic philology Gothic Government International law governments of Latin America honors course in fields of individual interest problems in cooperative government and political theory in American constitutional law and political parties Health and Physical Education All courses in this department will be offered for the first time in the new year under the methods of the new school History Recent history of the United States pro-seminar i Greek and Roman history Home Economics Consumer-buyer education Horticulture General horticulture for home economics students floriculture landscape design Industrial Arts Cabinet making Law Business organization hiftory of legal institutions logic use of economic and social data cooperative constitutional theory and problems sociology of law family law successions community property mineral rights security devices Roman law and modern developments legal French government regulation of business Some ANY ONE HAVING COTTON TO SELL PLEASE CALL HARRIS TELEPHONE 2212 LAKE PROVIDENCE LA I represent McFadden Oates of Memphis Artce Trice is on the sick list this week Her friends hope for her a speedy recovery George Williams was very seriousl injured last Sunday nignt when th- err in whi-h he was riding was struck by a hit-and-run driver on the D'-Ini-Winnshoro Highway The other occupants in the car were Richard McCoy and Mamie McFarland He suffered a broken arm while the other in the car received minor cuts and bruises His friends hope for him was caught at the plate Mayes the shortstop hit a terrific triple to left field to score Kates Tucker struck out but the mighty little danger Allen the locals catcher singled sharply to center to score Mays Webb singled to center but Wilson grounded out to end the rally Mays had a perfect day at bat getting four for four while Webb and Allen also starred at bat collecting three hits out of four trips On Sunday September 13 the locals will meet the strong Elizabeth at the Fair Grounds Park The are the champions of Southwest Louisiana Box Score: Little Rock AB this territory and will pay you Memphis prices Gladys Jackson a graduate of Madison Parish Training School left Thursday night for Campbell College Jackson Miss Her friends wish for her a successful term yield has been increased from approximately 300 pounds of lint to about 75b pounds of line per acre Vsrioua forms of fertilizer were used rnd the various fertilized crops showed good increase over fields to which no fertilizer was applied The spacing tests on the cotton indicated that cotton spaced one stalk every eight inches or three stalks every 12 inches produced the highest yield per acre Another interesting plot was the com spacing work Corn spaced 12 inches in the drill will yield practically nothing due to the dry weather The yield of com increased as the spacing increased highest yield being obtained off of 30 to 36 inch spacing Alfalfa was shown to be a good soil building crop on buckshot land 1 1 Where alfalfa had been grown for 0 1 three years and followed by cotton Olthe average yield has been approximstely 600 pounds of lint per acre COURSES a speedy recover Among thce leaving for New Orleans this week where they will ecc-ive medical aid are Annie Maty Free and Richard Beechum James Brooks Zelma Wyche Ernest Bowie Willie William Myrtle Stanbrough Clovis Ham-son Vera Washington and Thelma Nappier graduates of Madison Parish Training School left Thursday night for Southern University May this term be a successful one Loans lb A Latest reports from Mary Brown who is in New Orleans re-eiving medical aid is that she is lot doing so well Her friends hope the will soon improve and return home Mildred Parker a junior of Jones Hawkins Pickett 2b them University will leave Sunday to resume her studies The Europe the Gre Ides of os thi Kapoleo done wi Frede Jeeted tt for his way fr tie they first hit the head 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 Griffin rf Johnson ss Hawkins cf Spearman If Silas Bosle Scott Harvey Lexing Jr and Thomas Washing ARE OUR BUSINESS ton left Thursday night for Xavier University in New Orleans Coles 3b Reports from Selena Jones who has been in New Orleans for the oast several weeks receiving medial treatment is that she is much improved and will leave for home this week-end SALE Cunningham EXPERT 2' Totals 34 State of Louisiana 1 Parish of Madison Sixth Judicial District Court VEUJELRY Tallulah Owls Prosser 2 Clark cf Kates rf Mayes ss A Brooms and Essie Hams motored to Shreveport for the body of Samuel Winston Funeral services were held at St Matthew A Church Wednesday Rev Dozier officiated He is survived by his wife and five children Interment was made in the colored cemetery here HELP YOU WITH YOUR BUSINESS! Through an error last week it vas 'stated that Sarah Oliver had -etumed home after a visit to New York Chicago and btfier points It should have bene Selena Oliver REPAI 1 1 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 4 0 3 3 0 1 Powell Vs Johns and Emil Crosby AB 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 The days pi mi-chin them en brass ba miforms Tucker 3b Allen Webb If Wilson lb Susie FYazier and sister Mary of Port Gibson Miss were guests Sunday of Isiah Claiborn and wife md A Wyatt and wife Jackson Friends of Rachel Dunn are glad to see her up and out again after several weeks illness By virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias to me directed from the 0 Honorable Sixth Judicial District Couxt for the Parish of Madison 1 1 aforesaid in the above entitled cause I will proceed to sell at pub-2 lie auction at the principal front door of the Court House in the I Village of Tallulah in Madison Parish Louisiana on the first Saturday th 3rd Day of Octobor A 1936 between the hours 7 4 7 14 Totals Score by Innings Little Rock Tallulah Need money to build a house to inn prove your farm to modernize your business? Need money for any reasonable purpose? If you do consult your bank first! The Merrymakers Club will meet at the home of Amy Parker on Wednesday evening September 16 Chicken suppers will be served The public is invited Emma Jackson and her Bister Gladys Noble of New Orleans returned to Tallulah after a visit in McGehee Ark Several frinds visited them last Sunday prescribed by law all the right title and interest of Jonni Tigers Drop Series T6 Owls Carter Radio Shop Moved To New Quarters About flare is There mi theory mtnufsci am am learned tseles an that wou said imi brains on Bore efi Ugh expl i Every death lab efflcie tftouh ehrmitry Skilled hands will restore the beauty and usefulness of your jewelry here Repairing Restyling and Resetting at Low Cost Guaranteed Emily Parker will leave Friday for Vernon Parish Traininr School at Leeaville where she wil have charge of the Home Economics department and also an evening class in the commercial course Her friends wish her much success She is a graduate of Southern Uui-versity and Tuckers Business College in St Louis Mo Our requirements are simple Assurance of your ability to repay the loan at the terms agreed upon plus a reasonable security as easy as that! And when you make a bank loan you get expert advice on your particular problems and a loan that is best suited in every way for your needs be glad to talk the matter over with you at any time Why not drop around today! rj On last 'Saturday the Tallulah Owls engaged the Dubisson Tigers Radio Shop which for of Little Rock Ark in a three 80 time has been located in the (Continued From Page One) tional attention from three angles this year writing speaking and from the mechanical side The department of speech will place further emphasis on radio work already offered the school of journalism of its uses and methods in news dissemination and the department of electrical engineering has a new course on electric oscillation electric waves and radio-frequency measurements The department of classical lan-i guages offers two survey courses one of Latin literature and the other of Greek literature neither of which requires a knowledge of the two languages and in addition includes in its announcements for the new year a course in Roman and Greek mythology which also has no prerequisites Other new work to be given in the school of journalism includes an advanced course in magazine writing photo engraving and press photography Nw Courses Following is the list of departments which will offer new work in the approaching session and the new or reorganized courses to be given in each Agronomy Advanced crops laboratory physical properties of soils with special work on drainage and erosion problems in agronomy Animal Industry Farm meats for home economics students Poultry Husbandry Poultry production for home economics students Auto Mechanics Repair of automobiles elementary and ad- vanced Books and Libraries Use of the library Botany Bacteriology and Plant pathology Advanced course in research Business Administration Personal management Chemistry Special work in the chemistry of foods photochemical processes new courses in chemical engineering economics chemical plant design advanced organic chemistry of the Bugars and advanced inorganic chemistry Classical Languages Survey courses of Latin and Greek literature Roman and Greek mythology Economics -Agricultural Economics principles of land economics seminars in American and European economic history Education Personal and guidance special courses for teaching kindergarten and primary grades Electrical Engineering Special work in the elements of electrical emgineering electric oscillations electric waves and radio-frequency measurements English Phonology of Amerl can speech additional courses in State Superintendents Skinner of Standard Life Insurance of Monroe and A McGee of Liberty life Insurance Co of New Orleans are business visitors here this week and Emile Crosby in smd to the following described property to-wit: In the tract described as fractional southwest quarter of northwest quarter of Section 8 Lot 7 of Section 7 all of southeast of northeast quarter of Section east of Bayou Macon northwest quarter of northeast quarter Section 8 except 627 acres sold to Elmore Washington All in Township 16 Range 10 East also all cotion and corn in the field and in cotton house estimated at about ten acres of cotton and seven acres of corn seized in the above suit Terms of Sal: For cash to the highest bidder with the benefit of appraisement A SEVIER Sheriff Madison Parish Louisiana Office Tallulah La August 24 1936 ata Need Money? See! Your Bank Fint TALLULAH STATE BANK TRUST OOI tVns EB Carson IIenry theatre ir game series playing the first 'game Lake Providence The Owls won the game in Lake Providence 6-8 and game in Tallulah 7-1' The visitors were so out-classed in the affair until they jstay and play the game as they were scheduled In contest Woodard and Hawkins formed the batteries for Little Rock while Webb Finney and Allen worked for the Owls Clark led the batting attack for Tallu- old Madison National Bank build ing across from the Highway Cafe has been moved to the building next to the offices of Doctors Gaines and Provine They have recently taken over the agency for RCA Victor Radios which Mr Carter says he considers a geat radio value They received a shipment last week and they were quickly disposed of Radio Service not only sells radios but Mr Carter state that they are equipped to' repair and model Mr George Ketchum is now connected with the shop Garfield Lindsey and wife of St Louis Mo are visiting their sister Sallie Hankins and other relatives REPAIR SERVICE Arcade Building TALLULAH LOUISIANA pressive i kgs pn Revs Gibson Cogs I Brown Hudson Moore Ga field Is real Whitney and Henderson left during the week for Jacksonville Fla to attend the National Baptist Convene tion SHERIFF'S SALE 9) The Universal Car State of Louisiana Parish of-Madison Sixiu Judicial District Court The Delta Si ive a farewel 1 day night at the home of Willie and Carrie Jackson The guest were Ssve a farewell party ents leaving- for college Wednes- Tallulah Stata Bank Trust Co Vs No 1171 Mosa Clav eland A man in Kingman County Kansas received three neckties which he had not ordered from a in St Louis who requested two dollars in payment or return of the goods The Kansan took the ties and replaced them with three old ones which he pent back shrewdly remarking: blind cuss know the BUS SCHEDULE TRI-STATE PIANO CHEAP: We have a lovely baby Grand Piano we will take up at Vicksburg Miss within the next few days 1 his instrument was sold last spring and represents a saving of 3500 If you are remotely interested in purchasing a high price piano at a real saving write us immediately and we can arrange for you to see the piano when we bring it through Tallulah A small down payment is all that is necessary The balance can be handled on terms as low as $200 per week Address MR ROARK Field Representative Box 480 Monroe La 43-3t To answer the demands "of the travel the Tri-State is adding another schedule making six round trips east and west daily ONE NAME comes quickly to mind when you think of "The Universal The description is distinctively Ford No other car is used by so many millions of men and women in every part of the world Everywhere it is the symbol of faithful service That has always been a Ford fundamental Something new is constantly being added in the way of extra value Each year the Ford has widened its appeal by increasing its usefulness to motorists Today's Ford V-8 is more than ever "The Universal because it ea circles the needs of more people thaa any other Ford ever built It reaches out and up into new fields because it has every tiling you need in a modern automobile The Ford V-8 combines fine-ctf performance comfort safety tod beauty with low first cost and low cost of operation and up-keep It deprs dates slowly because it is made to lilt There is no other car like it By virtue of a Writ of Seizure and Sale to me directed from the Honorable Sixth Judicial District Court for the Parish of Madison aforesaid in the above entitled cause I will proceed to pell at public auction at the principal front door of the Court House in the Village of Tallulah in Madison Parish Louisiana on the third Saturday the 17th Day of October A 1986 between the hours prescribed by law all the right title and interest of Mose Cleveland in and to the following described property situated in Madison Parish Louisiana to-wit: That certain parcel of ground fronting One Hundred (100) feet on the south side of Green Street Mrs Sleba Barber 54-yeaivold woman of Taunton Massachusetts called police to arrest her husband for assault Investigating officers found the husband to be a small man 104 years old and refused to arrest him East Bound Tallulah 5:34 AM with powi the dead the futur Far me urn Ger tad other nal hell-1 which the the domii depend fc We hac barbarism fes of fl any int ddp plan: central had the many King the cBun" tubs she )me poi asks the Italy sui Up aa BWt thclaah Thera i tate toe Maps tl to be pPd feglan that fat th ttfliu dollar the si tanooua Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Tallulah 11:34 Ml UPRIGHT PIANO: Have a good guaranteed piano near Tallulah that will sell cheap on terms of $150 per week Write MARINE 8013 Lee Avenue Monroe Louisiana 43-3t Planters Told How To Secure Larger Yields commencing at a point on the south of the prolongation of aide Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave West Bound Tallulah 121AM Tallulah 5:40 AM Tallulah 10 :12 A Tallulah 221 Tallulah 4 :11 Tallulah Lb DAVIS Agent MEN WANTED for Rawleigh Routes of 800 families Reliable hustler should starting earning $25 weekly and increase rapidly Write today Dept LAL 159-S Memphis Teen 44-ltp -DAILY -SERVICED YOU WILL FIND Yt Tuesday September 8 Hester county agent accompanied by the following farmers of Madison parish attended Field Day at the experiment station at St Joseph: McKay George Thompson A Thompson Albert Kennedy A Graves Goza Hearne Goza A Whitfield Buford Chas Spencer Renfrew Chalmer Bridge Adams Wise Thornton Gardner and Jobe Some of the high points observed on this trip were plots showing cotton where winter cover crops such as vetch Austrian peas and bur clover had been plowed under Enjoy glorious vacation by bus so much more to see so much- more pleasure seeing it when you go by Tri-State Coaches Direct connections with all bus routes in America thousands yes millions are choosing the ch as their mode of comfortable modern deluxe motor eoa convenient travel service Refreshing Relief When You Need a Laxative Amrntt SAID -Lowest Fares Frequent Dependable Schedules Individual Reclining Chairs Porter Service Ice Water Free Pillows Courtesy Because of tbe refreshing relief It has brought tiiw1 men and women who could afford much more expensive laxatives use Black-Draught when needed It la very economical purely vegeta THE BREAD IN THIS BREAD TERRITORY See Our Local Agent for Complete Travel Information ble highly effective Mr J' Lester Robereoo well known hardware dealer at Martinsville Va writes: certainly can reoommend Black-Draught as a splendid i have taken it for constipation and the dull feelings that follow and have found it very satisfactory" BLACK-DRAUGHT GIVE IT A LOW MONTHLY TERMS $25 A MONTH AFTER USUAL DOWN-PAYMENT BUYS ANY 19M FORD V-8 GAR FROM ANY FORD DEALER ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES ASK Ymm FORD DEALER ABOUT THE NEW PER MONTH UNIVERSAL CREDIT COMPANY FINANCE fLAW 4 'j'v-- U'i-J

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