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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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FRIDAY APRIL THE MADISON JOURNAL TALLULAH LOUISIANA PAGE TEN NOTICE I am applying for a parole motion was seconded by Mr Tow-1 dared unanimously adopted ell The President called for a vote II EWES Resident on its adoption All present voted Serretnm AYE and the ordinance was de-1 etarjr 24-St FLOSSIE MAE JACKSON who kickd by mol wMlel" pr Tuewiay sick list I who has beeen Colored Notes if When Duty Whispered I Dod Alien nd Irn returo- The little school friends of Rayville were the Vicksburg Hospital for medi- Mary Lou Freemont of Talla Bena and Nellie Brantley Friday I ed to Vicks our ed to Vicksburg Hospital for medv cial aid Friends are anxious for a For Graduation By ADELAIDE XEMF McClure Newspaper Syndicate WNU Service "The of the telephone' bell crashed into the stillness this is Chris Aunt dead dead oh Mother I can hardly hear you Mother You be home until tomorrow? Goodby" Chris Janie turned from the telephone the tears streaming down her cheeks Joel was standing in the middle of the kitchen floor but she was not surprised she said simply Suddenly she was sobbing her heart out on his breast Joe so glad I Joel gathered her close I he said huskily are Mamie Cook and Bertha Scott I speedy recorery of iqVa Providence while en route Bofu Hwltina of I Flowers proud to see her up and out again after a few days illness Wednesday which was brought by Bena MADISON PARISH POLICE JURY ORDINANCE Ordinance No 143 WHEREAS: This Police Jury did under date of February 2 1938 adopt its budegt for expense for the year 1938 said budget amounting to a total of $3450000 the estimated revenue of the Parish being in excess of $3450000 and WHEREAS: In order to be able to pay the expense monthly as it is necessary to do the Police Jury will have to borrow against the revenues of 1938 and WHEREAS: Act No 6 of the Second Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of the State of Louisiana in 1935 requires all Taxing IN THE promise of the dusk the Jarring weariness Ida Berry of Talla Lovely Handkerchiefs Hose Underwear Purses and Costume Jewelry that will add dignity to the high school senior Arthur Albert spent Sunday with Reuben Comist of Waverly an Clint Shaw of Lake One EXPERT Wd7l REPAl Willie Claxton went to Natchez Mi Wedensday to visit her brother Joe Nichols who is ill James Cook is on the sick list ghe wa8 accompanied by her aunt Tni Stanbrough week Bodies to get permission from the id and State and Tax Board to this day was forgotten Chris Janie's tired spirits rose as she stood by the kitchen window eUADTrrom tae dnUKI room came Lucyta A tm sweet voice She SHORT was telling her grandfather the sto- STORY ry Of Cinderella Grandfather who had to sit patiently in his chair all day chuckled softly Janie" Lucy came running from the sitting room wants you to read the paper to him told him five stories' She added this proudly a dear little helper Chris Janie turned to her small sister with a smile Grandpa I'va been so busy and he does like the Her grandfather brightened at the sight of his eldest grand- Best Wrds to Indicate Letters In spelling a word over the telephone Digest gives the following list of words as the best to use to indicate the various letters: A as in Alice as in Bertha aa in Charles and so on through David Edward Frank George Harry Ida James Kate Louis Mary Nellie Oliver Peter Quaker Robert Samuel Thomas Utah Victor William X-ray Young and Zebra Walter and Susie Bennett of I price of Baton Rouge is Alsatia Ida Devance Louis Greene Waiting her son-in-law and daugh-Josiah and Nathaniel Britton and ter pnk and Nadine Richards Nellie Beans of New Seven Star Baptist Church spent Sunday Baptist vnurtu I Prof Parker and daughter borrow money therefore BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MADISON PARISH POLICE JURY: That the State Bond and Tax Board is requested to give its permission for the Police Jury of Madison Parish to borrow against its estimated revenues for 1938 not in excess of TWENTY-SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS when and as needed Mr Currie moved the adoption of the foregoing ordinance and his visiting Clint King who is rapidly Emily Ethel Lee Smith and Mary improving from a recent illness Ducim of Pioneer were business visitors here Wednesday evening The Shop of No Celia Major of Talla Bena is up and out again after a brief illness Skilled hands will restore the beauty and usefulness of your jewelry here as Nose on Shakespeare satirically refers to a jest "invisible as a nose on a Burton in his of uses the expression "as clear and as manifest as the nose in a and Cervantes in Quixote has it "plain as the nose on a face A Parker spent the week end in MGehn Ark Ttoiting ntol latives and friends mj If grow to look more Lizzie McGee of Natchez Miss pnd grand daughters Ollie Lee and Margaret Sanders are visiting their daughter and aunt Inez Johnson CLUB MADISON Seems as you like your grandmother every Joe Shaw Tom Davis Ada suddenly Janie Jumped up and Smith and Clint Shaw motored to down coming com-Monroe Monday night tag goodie ie'mantled Chris i cheeks Her grandfather Webster Zelma Wyche Webster Zelma Wyclw dozlng and did not hear the Repairing Restyling and Resetting at Low Cost Guaranteed notice on October 20 1936 am applying ELLIS HUGHEY SUBSCRIBE TO THE JOURNAL EB Carson Bigger and Better One Mile Vest of Tallulah on Highway 80 Presents Henry Williams of Lake dence was the guest of Willie and Eddie Brady and Alfred Chalk imall car aa jt rattled into the door-Miiia Rrantlev Sunday I motored to Vicksburg Monday yard Since Joel had gone to work afternoon where they spent the Benners toreJiIa 5 zrzrTi? zrsz sutjs Bell load up They awo whlch adjoined theirs (through the National Park "Hello little Teddy Bear" He looked quickly across the room Club No I of New Morning Star -Hello the folks?" Baptist Church will be entertained His gray eyes still lingered on Chris home of Bessie Smith on soft flushed cheeks at the nome oi waii Joe Aunt Melia had one Monday night The public is -1 apella gain vited Bessie Hayes of St Joseph is I visiting her uncle Prof I Hayes and family WILL FIND been gone nearly all day" REPAIR SERVICE Arcade Building FOR RENT Residence owned I by Campbell located behind Gilbert residence Call ADAMS Phone 386 19-tf YOU spent Clyde Shaw of Monroe I the week-end in Monroe Rev Nash is on the sick I list His friends hope for him a speedy recovery IFcMansr FOR SALE Certified Cotton Seed State Certified No 11-A planting seed Grown on Atkins plantation near Newell-ton Seventy per cent to 80 per cent germination and 100 per cent purity guaranteed Each sack sealed and tagged with State Certified Tag Grown from Breeders Seed in 1937 Price $7500 per ton Rayville La Less than ton lots $425 per 100 pounds Phones 39 250 STANDARD SEED COMPANY Rayville La Phone wire or write 22-4t-c a shame Poor Aunt been sick a lot this spring Hope in time for Joel hung his cap on a nail and fmUd into happy face have to take me in and see Grandpa Lucy while dishing up the beans I know answering the elder toward the dock "but back to town exclaimed Lucy disappointedly chuckled until midnight kiddie going to take with mo She hasn been all winter go mi Hi PI to the straina of Wild Irish In the and aa played Rev Anderson pastor of St Matthew A Church nounced this week that the Four Gospel Singers of Monroe will be-I gin a singing convention at that I church on Monday night May 2 and continue through Sunday niaht 8 The public is in- Chrlsie? I 9 unan vited glance going Joel Christa anywhere FOR RENT Unfurnished MRS LEEVES Phon 87 23-tf FOR SALE Three pianos three I bargains A fine standard make budio a Studio a genuine with murmured Lucy sleepily as two hours later Chris Janta stood before her mirror brushing her soft chestnut hair She slipped a blue dress over her hf tied the bit of ribbon that im the neck in place and hur- flf in UlV ugw a ITouur Btmdl The Idol of the South Especially the Mississippi Valley Cover Charge Couple $150 PluiTuI Reservation Phone 131 Roberta Burks spent Tuesday I at the home of her pastor Rev Nash at Delhi who is ill resotions scale a lovely Baby Grand in brown mahogany Smal size Although these are re- avvua For 1 -I on the sick ried Into the next room There was possessed instruments they are in Lucile Robinson is on I an odd clutch In Chris throat perfect condition and guaranteed list but is improving rapidly nv drifted Just like a new one Terms to re- es she saw his hair like drifted uvaavvw vw4wwaw just like a new one Terms to responsible parties ADAMS MINSEL Box 480 Monroe Louisiana 25-li THE BREAD PARADE IN THIS BREAD TERRITORY ghve Eir a tom ail After two weeks confinement to I bed Oliva Simmons is up and out I again Lucille Washington a graduate I of in the 1987 class I was quietly united in holy wedlock on April 2 to Willie Branch The ceremony took place at the home of the bride in Talla Bena mow on the pillow asleep Chris he whispered we going to have a big storm? I thought it There was a worried look in his faded blue eyes only heat lightning Grandpa" Chris Janie crossed the room to the window pull down the Outside came the suppressed honk of an automobile horn Suddenly she untied the bit of ribbon and slipped the blue dress Joel looked startled over her head kcc Ifol it i Floyd and Rose Hyland were I called to Winnsboro early Wednesday morning to the bedside of when hi saw her in her did gingham "Thought be most ready their mother and grandmother I he said surprisedly Dollie McComb sorry Joe but I guess I go" answered Chris Janie Club No 2 of New Morning Star tog -f1 aea" Baptist Church will meet at the I Wara gQtng to get a thunderstorm home of Alice Morris on Sunday uwuiw The little kitcheh was very still Planting Seed For Sale limited quantity PDL 11A State Certified 100 Pure 60 to 70 Germination IF INTERESTED SEE HALE bait Hardware Furniture Co Tallulah La OR MONROE HARDWARE CO MONROE -i- LA afternoon at 8:80 All members I The rata was now splashing against aeiil I a Pkele Tania and Chris Janie are requested to be present the public is cordially invited the window panes remembered the look on face when he had stepped into his car and rattled out of the yard alone the Ruby LEDGER OUTFIT Geneva Trash who went to I Woodville Miss to attend the funeral of her-father last Sunday I has returned to her home here BAILEY An axcopUonal valnal Comriata of looaa loadodgar binder 200 ledger sheets end ArZ 26 division leather tab index Bound in durable imitation leather colors red or black Steel back with automatic device Push button for quick open- tag no key required Sheets ere white Ivorydale ledger paper 24 substance Sheet alze 6x9H inches THEATRE TALLULAH LA Religions services wQl be conducted at the home of the poor on I I Thursday' night The Supper will be instituted with Bro I John Finney in charge The public Is cordially invited to partici-1 pate Annie Wyche who has been on I the sick list for the past several I I months is reported as doing very nicely iKilnMoN bo be ftmilliil lrli witk "WldalMttUdgMMk Cola Kad nd Blua Xuliaf Bi and Ora aw RttUa We vlike Visitors! Behind the masterfnl pitching I of Train Jackson last Sunday the Tallulah' Owls defeated the strong Dubblsson Tiger of I Little Rock Ark by- a score' of 6-0 A feature of the game was the home run of Webb in deep center- field in the seventh A little Rock player didn't reach third base and only two made it I to-second Only one put out-was made in the outfield On Wednesday the Owls were defeated by I May 1 the locris will meet the Monroe Drillers at the Fair Grounds Park here The game is scheduled for 8:00 THURSDAY FRIDAY KAY FRANCIS AND PRESTON FOSTER In AND SELECTED SHORTS SATURDAY KEN MAYNARD In Gun PLUS SERIAL SUNDAY MONDAY JOAN CRAWFORD AND SPENCER TRACY In AND PARAMOUNT NEWH TUESDAY WARNER ORLAND In Chan AT Monte AND SELECTED SHORTS WED THURSDAY MYRNA LOY AND FRANCHOT TONE In AND SELECTED SHORTS COLUMNAR PADS like them Bot only from a social standpoint but from abound business standpoint as well We have found that a personal visit by a customer queitly enables us to serve him better more coipletely and more satisfactorily Have yoVs ial problem bn your mind? Paj us a -visit and see if we can't help! the Eagle ngi ledger outfit $82? L- iti 4 8 VJ -'TV Mew low prices Canary Bond red and blue ruling Butt Bond brown end green ruling 16 sub paper SO sheets to pad Cousists of durable brown corduroy kinder with imitation leather back end corners 200 white Ivorydale sheets 28 sub ledger ruimft and A-Z leather tab 26 division index Standard ledger mechsnf 1-J Lw i MATTHEWS IS TO FIGHT ANDREWS TALLULAH STATE BANK TRIBT COMPANY Hember Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Other sizes 19 to SO proportionately priced tVJT Oscar Matthews 205-pound negro fighter of Tallulah will be seeking his 16th first-1 round knockout when he fights I Henry Andrews 197-pound 'New! Orleans heavy In a 10-round go in Monroe on May 12 I THUS MAHHSGN JOURNAL -S- -J- EMBOSSING LOUISIANA feta PRINTING PHONE 123 LOUISIANA ENGRAVING TALLULAH I Tha Journal Is the bosk advertis-l lar medium In Northeast LouWana1.

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