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237 s, 1909.
Between Covin gton
S and New Orleans,
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY
Effective Sunday, February 14, 1909.
LEAVES COVINGTON ARRIVES
Ho. 61. 6:12 a m No. 52 9:34 am
No. 53 4:00 p m No. 60 7:02 o m
No. 51 7 6a. m No.:56, 10:47 a. m
No. 57. 5 25 D. m No. 50. 7:54 p. m.
For information apply to Ticket
SG. ; AUBURTIN A. G. P. A.,
No. 941 Maison Blanche, New Orleans
Long Distance Phone, Main 488.
Bogue Falaya Grove, No. 21
Meets on the first and third Thurs
days of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in
the Masonic building, Covington, La.
H. H. SUDDUTH, Noble Arch
JAFB SEILER, Secretary.
J: F. Doty carries needles, oil and
parts for talking machines.
Kirkwoods 10 cents store carries a
nice line of 25 cent notions.
F. J. Doty repairs all kinds of
phonographs and talking machines.
Also any part furnished.
Bids taken on lumbet for Dendinger
& Co., by Alesins Bros. & Co.
When in trouble with your eyes go
to Kirkwood's 10 cent store, where
you will find a nice line of spectacles
at all prices, from 25 cents a pair up.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Archie Cook died last Tuesday after
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Eastwo6d, of4Bushi, La., -died on the
19th day of February.
During holy time of Lent, ushered in
last W u y, the follgwing special
services are going to take place in St.
-Peter's Church, in Covington:
Every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. I
Sermon by a Rev. Father from New
Orleans; followed by benediction.
Every Fiday at 5 p. m., devotion
of th M.tations of the Cross, followed
In Abita Springs the Stations are
recited every Wednesday after 8 a. m.
LOST-A gold-barred breastpin
with 2 togas stones on the side and
amethist m tenter and one mother of
peatl and gol4 handled parasol with
the initials - T.. Return to this office.
.. .. ----e. ,
artal at Covingtonl
[Continued from page 1.] i
Springtime in Covington was a
beautifutl arr ngement of artificial
flowers native of the Ozone section, I
and was the work of Mrs. .W. L.
Fountain. Sheltered in bowers of
beautiful floral growth, 'a band of I
musicians played sweet music, ming
ling the strains' with the perfume of I
roses and.the rays of sunlight dancing 1
fromflower to flower as the moving
float glided along. The musicians
were: Herman Oalman, Sr., of Slidell,
accordion; Mrs. Louise Fountain, 1
g"uitar; ,. 1 Morgan, of Madisonvijle,
bass violin. A rosebush growing in
this springtime garden was pulled up
and presented to the king, which he
eherishes as a memento well worth
The St. any Banking Co. and
Savings Bank had a very handsome
float, a miniature of their bank in the
Solthern Hotel Building. Behind the
payinr teller's window was Mr. Jas. t
Mullaly, distributing souvenirs of thei
bank-bright ,copper one cent coinsr
of the realn imbedded in. celluloid, i
forinng the ack.of a small circular t
mirror, about two inches in diametor.
Outside the bank were Mr. Frederick I
Roehl and Mr. Robert Aubert, cashier
of the bank, dressed in Indian costume, a
emblematic of the title, "St. Tam- c
" whiefris derived from St. 1
Tmniariend, the name of a chief of a i
tribe of DelaWare Indians which were
among the early Indian settlers in
th5S parish. The tellers window bore
the legend 1P05-1909. This artistic
decoration wosrk was executed by the
well-knowin artist Mr. Marshal J.
-Smith, o. New Orleans, Mr. Frank
Bou u squiesisting in the mechani
cal work .u Jr, ohn Haller making
"Evyef Worke; But Father"
was a MpiIspiration of the Abita
Ctirnival Cla aid carried off the first
pA.rge for cosalty, Father was seen
sitting h tle foreplace smoking his
pine of eduill-t: taking life easy,
whiile .tha linembers of the fami
ly wee b clothes and hustling
about to make both ends
meet. .ters were repre
sended Iy tIti and Sister Ann,
Jacob Michelisa d I;eonard Oalman;
Emi grSr'om Bogalusa were
charatr es of typical tramps,
suppose ' ·to h.,v. hailed from Boga
l-sa, whkte Iv had probably been
run o-tof ~ i:bSy town of changing
pulatios~Pa were: F. Bacheman,
-- Simuau1E 8. Burns, E. Smith,
and Gero. i .. ,,
SThe " with a push" was
a coewlca~t, conveyance repre
uentimr im' with a horse motor
frig- ti ,Mshafts in the back so
tat ttheiiS 'horse pushed the
auto. sers in charge were:
Louis jt Bill Strain; of Cov
iia poull" was a white
auto gear complete,
hitche se, the occupants of
wehi a endeavors to steer
clea' . lsions. It was oe
cu€pid E. Pechon and
d.i Bscene on the
s ti b aaby in baby
whor at d Ted y
beree used her utter
me shhin" along in
hi, The babywas
rnnse Charley Her
b viugtona aqd Abita
r the center of
balconies of the hotel had been set
apart for their exclusive use that they
might view the parade without intru
sion or obstruction, and in their beauty
and handsome costumes they made a
picture lovely in the extreme. No
fairer nor lovelier maids e'er graced
a court of kings, and Covington and
Abita may proudly sing of the flower
of beauty of the Ozone Kingdom.
The greatest interest was manifest
ed in the Rex Ball that took place at
Cantrells Hall in the evening. There
is not a finer hall in the State, the
floors being of polished maple, with
space so ample as to leave no possi
bility of overcrowding. The music
was furnished by the Mandeville Brass
Band, insuring perfect time and
pleasure to the dancers. Up to this
time the threatened rain had held off,
but by 6 o'clock a drizzling rain was
falling, followed later by a heavy
downpour. But the revelers were not
to be disappointed. Cloaks and um
brellas and carriages were brought
into requisition and the maskers be
gan to arrive even from the country
districts. A large number of guests
from Abita also arrived and soon the
merry maskers were tripping the light
fantastic, regardless of the pattering
President Hardie of the Carnival
Club, who has been one of the hardest
workers for the success of the Carni
val, hurried about the hall making
preparations for the arrival of the
,King and the crowning of the Queen.
A dais had been erected at one end
of the hall enclosed by wings which
opened outward, disclosing the throne.
This dais was handsomely decorated,
and was encircled by electric lights
giving an effective view of the cere
mony of corronation.
On the arrival of the King and
Queen of Abita, and their suite, chairs
were set apart for their use near the
throne giving them a prominent view
of the ceremony and paying tribute to
their royalty as guests of the King
and Queen of Covington.
It was about 9 o'clock when the
wings were thrown back bringing to
view the King in all his majesty sit
ting upon his throne, his courtiers
ready to do his bidding.
Royal attendants were dispatched
to bring the Queen, and while the
music of the march rang out through
the hall in glad triumphant strains,
the stately and beautiful Queen was
conducted down the aisle of the vast
concourse of eager people to the throne
of the King, where she knelt in abei
sance and received with dignity the
greatest honor that can be bestowed
upon the first lady of the land, the
diadem of a Queen.
Both King and Queen were beauti
beautifully costumed and maae a
strikingly handsome appearance, bear
ing the honor of the rank with be
The king was costumed in white,
of a rich, handsomd and expensive
material; and carried himself with the
courtly dignity born of kings.
The queen's costume was of soft
white material trimmed with lace and
satin, with velvet cloak pendant from
the shoulders and falling in graceful
sweep over the trailing skirt, giving .
a handsome and majestic appearance,
with her jewels of state.
The queen was attended in her
march to the throne by her maids,
Miss May Poole and Miss Eugenie
Miss Poole wore a gown of delicate
blue material, handsomely made and
worn with a grace that was pleasing
and attractive, making as handsome a
maid as any queen could wish.
Miss Eugenje Heintz looked charm
ing in a pink directoire gown, becom
ingly made, and bore herself with
courtly and becoming grace.
The king of Abita wore the same
handsome costume in which he ,re
ceived and crowned the lovely Queen
of Abita at the Abita ball, and made
a strikingly fine appearance.
Miss Mary Biggto, his queen, was
handsomely attired in a gown of white
lace and ribbon and was a very fair
queen to look upon. She was accom
panied by her maids. Miss Mae Mi
chaelis, Miss Ethel Abney and Miss
Margubrite Lamousin. The maids all
wore very pretty costumes of white
organdy, giving a lovely impression of
youth and beauty and adding to the
laurels of Abita Springs.
The ceremony of coronation occu
pied but a few moments, and was
witnessed by the King and Queen of
Abitil from the seats that had been
especially reserved for them.
The announcement was then made
that the first four dances would 'be
reserved for the maskers of the Car
nival Club, after which all could join
in the dance. The king led the queen
to her position on the floor and the
ball was opened for the pleasure that
followed till the early morn.
The programs were printed in blue
and gold, representing a clown and a
dancing girl screened by a large fan,
with cord and pencil, and was com
posed of two-stdps and waltzes.
Third District Missibnary Baptiste As
sociation of Louisiana.
State of Louisiana,
Parish of St. Tammany.,
Be it known, That on the ninth day
of the month of.January, in the year
of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred
and nine, before me, Fred J. Heintz,
Jr., anotary public, duly commissioned
and sworn and qualified, in and for the
Parish of St. Tammany, State of
Louisiana, therein residing, and in the
presence of the undersigned witnesses
hereinafter named and undersigned,
personally came and appeared the
undersigned persons, all of legal age
and residents of Louisiana, who de
clared that for availing themselves of
the privilege of the provisions of the
statutes of this State, relative to the
organizing of corporations for religi
ous, scientific, literary or charitable
purposes, with a view of continuing
the existance and futhering the use
fulness of the christian religion ac- i
cording to the faith and doctrine of
the Missionary Baptiste Denomination;
they do by these presents organize and
forph tieylseJves, with such persons as
are now, or may hereafter join them,
into a corporation and body piolitic in
law, for the objects and purposes and
under the agreeriments and stipulations
The name and title of this corpora
tion shall be The T'hird District Mis
sionary Baptiste Association of Louisi
ana, composed of the parishes of St.
Helena, Livingston, Tangipahoa,
Washington and St. Tammany.
The dcmicile of this corporation shall
be Madisonville, St. Tammany Parish,
State of Louisiana, the officers of this
corporation shall bei president, a vice
president, a recording secretary, a
corresponding secretary, a treasurer,
a district missionary and an educa
tional missionary and eight male m;em
bers to be known as the executive
board, and member-s thereof. TIhe
officers and executive board of this
corporation shall be elected' annually
on Thursday before the fourth Sunday
in October of each year, commencing
in 1909, by majority '.f the delegates
and pastors represer ting missionary
Baptist churches r .ent at said an
There shall be a general meeting of
this corporation '!, commencing on
Monday before the urth Sunday in
October of each year commencing in
1909 at such place "n the district as
may be determine&.
Any orthodox missionary Baptist
church can join this Corporation by.
paying the sum of money provided for
in the by-laws of this corporation an
nually, provided said sum of money be
not less than two dollars. There shall
be a Sunday school and a woman's
home mission departm nt, auxilliary to
this corporation and subject to its rules.
Each church of this corporation
shall be entitled to representation in
its regular annual or other session by
its pastor and two male delegates.
Each Sunday school shall be entitled to
representation by its superintendent
and one delegate, either male or fe
male. Each woman's home mission
society shall be represented by its
president and one female delegate.
The pastor, by virtue of his office ,is
a bone fide representative of either de
partment of this corporation. Fifteen
male delegates and representatives
from churches shall constitute a quo
rum for the transaction of business
and eight members of the Sunday
School or Woman's Home Mission
Department shall constitute a quo
rum of business. Five Members of the
Executive Board shall constitute a
quorum for business. No female shall
be legible to act as a delegate or repre
sentative to this Corporation except
the Sunday School or Woman's Home
Any church can be dropped from
this Corporation for violating its arti
cles of faith and doctrines, or for
violating or failing to pay its annual
pro rata as provided in the by-laws of
this Corporation. Any officer or merr.
ber of the Executive Board canbe
impeached, expelled or removed for
incompetency, neglect of official duty.
embezzelment or missapropriation of
its fund or unsound in its doctrine and
faith. The Executive Board shall hold
auarterly meetings on Saturday be
fore the second Sunday in January,
April, July and October, or as much
oftener as may be necessary for the
success of its business. The President
shall have power to call an extra
meeting of this Corporation or Execu
tive Board at any time his Judgement
may deem it necessary for the Corpor
ration's interest. This corporation
shall own and operate and conduct a
school in the town of Madisonville, St.
Tammany Parish, State of Louisana,
for the religious, moral, interlectual
and industrial training of negroes, both
male and female, for preparing men
For the work of the Gospel Ministry.
It shall help feeble and needy churches
and Sunday Schools of the Missionary
Baptist Faith, and maintain a home
For old ministers and old feeble males
and females and orphans of the Mis
siqnary Baptist Faith. This corpora
tion shall have the right of existing
2nder this Charter for a peroil of
Ninty-nine years from the date hereof,
with the right to use a corporate seal to
)reak or alter at will, to sue and be
sued in its corporate name, to con
:ract, to have, to hold and purchase,
monvey, mortgage, hypothecate, lease,
eceive, or pledge property, both real
and personal, to lend money on mort
rage or otherwise, to have and em
ploy such managers, trustees, officers,
agents and employees as the interest
)f such coporation may require, to
make and establish by-laws, rules and
*egulations for the proper manage
nent and control of the affairs of said
'orporation, not contrary to or incon
sistent with the constitution and laws
)f the State of Louisiana.
The President sha)l have power to
appoint or remove all employees or
agents of this corporation, provided
such appointment or removal are
made in the interest of the Corpora
:ion. The Executive Board shall have
power to create Committees or do
anything necessary to promote the
nterest of this corporation. The busi
.ess and financial affairs of this cor
oration shall be controled aid trans
acted by the Executive Board. This (
orporation accepts Edward C. Hiscox (
Baptist Church Directory as its guide
n all matters of faith and parliament
try rules and usages. The President 1
shall preside at all meetings of this 4
,orporation or the Executive Board,
rign or reject all order Bills, con
;racts, agreements or vouchers on the
Ireasurer, none of which shall be
ralid without his signature, appoint
ill employees or agents and any or
ill things neccessarily incumbent up
n his office. In case of death, re
noval, expulsion, incompetentcv or
esignation of the President, the Vice
3resident shall act in his stead.
The recording secretary shall keep
a correct record or all transactions of
iusiness and of all receipts and dis
ursements, of all the employees and
agents, and issue all orders or voucl
rrs for the disbursement of money.
The corresponding secretary shall
lo all the corresponding, keep a roll
if all churches and ordained ministers
if the district.
The treasurer shall hold all money
ahiuables of the Corporation, excerpts,
receipts and valuables of the school,
and give a school bond of One Thou
sand Dollars or more as the Executive
Board may determine for the faithful
lischarge of his duty.
The Dristrict Missionary shall visit
all churches of the District, assist
all Pastors in revivals, organize
zhurches or Sunday Schools in needy
places, collect assessments from delin
huent churches, get the statistics of
Lhe churches, assist the pastorless
churches in getting a good pastor and
make reports to each meeting of Exe
cutive Board, and to the annual meet
The Educational Missionary shall
travel over the District and elsewhere
in the interest of the Educational
work, and make.both quarterly and
annually reports. The two secretaries
and treasurers shall make both auart
erly and annual reports. The Prest
dent shall hold the corporate seal un
til their successors shall have been
duly elected and qualified.
Any member of this corporation can
hold any office by election or appoint
ment, provided he has paid his annual
assessment or is pastor of a church
connected with this corporation and
resides in the State of Louisiana. Any
member of the Missionary Baptist
Church can become a member of this
corporation by paying one dollar annu
ally. In the event this corporation be
sued on any account or for any cause,
citaticn shall be served upon the Presi
dent and in the absence or inability of
the President upon the Vice-president,
and in his absence, the Recording
The following officers and Executive
Board have been elected: Roby
Vernon, president; A. P. Orlage, vice
president; I. H. Perkins, Secretary, i
S. J. Jackson, corresponding-secre.
tary; Henry Williams, treasurer; P.
W. Balwin, District Missonery. J. S.
Barrow, Educational Missionary.
The following members of the Exe
cutive Board: J. W. Daniels, Henry
Tucker, M. M. Warren, .L. Lewis.
James Vernon, b,. B. Houston, Ira
Thus done and recorded in my no
tarial office in the town of Covington,
St Tammany Parish, State of Lousi
ana, on this ninth day of January in
the year 1909, in the presence of Chas.
Galouye and A. Mareau two compe
tent witnesses, who sign these pres
ents with said contracting parties and
me Nortary after due reading of
A. P. Orlage,
I. H. Perkins,
S. J. Jackson,
A. W. Warren,
P. W. Baldwin,
I. H. Jordan,
* M. M. Warren,
B. D. Dickson,
Rev. Geo. W. James.
Fred. J. Heintz, Jr.
State of Louisiana,
Parish of St. Tammany.
I, Louis Lovering Morgan, District
Attorney for the 25th Judicial District
of Louisiana, do hereby certify that I
have carefully examined the Charter
of the Third District Baptist Mission
arv Association, of Louisiana, and
find nothing therein contrary to the
laws of the State of Louisiana, and I
do k ereby approve the same.
Signed this eleventh day of Janu
ary, 1909, A. D. at Covington, La.
LOUIS L. MORGAN,
District Attorney 26th Judicial
District of Louisiana
State of Louisiana,
Parish of St. Tammany,
I, the undersigned Recorder of
Mortgages in and for the Parish of
St. Tammany, State of Louisiana, do
hereby certify that the above and
foregoing act of incorporation of the
Third District Missionary Baptist As
sociation of Louisiana, and the Cer
tificate of the District Attorney were
this day recorded in my office, in Book
W. E. BLOSSMAN,
Recorder of Mortgages,
fe27-6t St. Tammnv Parish. La.
EDITED BY MRS. M. McDANIEL.
Miss Ethel Sojourer entertain
ed a few friends last week at
"A merry candy making," in
which the following participa
ted: Mrs. E. H. Sojourner, of
Hazelhurst, Miss., Misses Lottie
Guzman, Gladys Martin. Annie
Levy, Messrs. T. J. Eddins,
King Sojourner, Ralph Rous
seaux, Perry Hardill, Gibson
Sojourner, Isham Hardill and
Dr. andl Mrs. P. R: Outlaw
and children attended the car
nival in New Orleans..
Judge Minturn is the wel
come guest of his son Dr. G.
Miss Clifford, of Detroit,
Mich., is the charming guest
of Miss Ella Salmep.
Mr. T. J. Hand spent Thurs
day and Friday in New Orleans.
Mrs. Ballard returned Sun
day from New. Orleans.
Mr. J. H. Shepherd returned
Friday from Napoleonville, La.,
where he participated in his
Miss Marysue Houston and
Miss Katie Stevenson, of Meri
dian are the charming guests
of Miss Vivian Fomfort.
Mrs. J. B. Gresblth and lit
tle daughter Christine, of Meri
dian are the welcome guests of
Mrs. Carrie Comfort.
Mrs. W. Windolph and little
daughters Gladys and Amelia
spent several days in New Or
leans the past week.
Mrs. M. E. Everitt and Mrs.
Geo. Henry spent Saturday in
Dr. and Mrs. Bassil have
rented the building recently oc-'
cupied by Mrs. C. R. Schmitt.
Miss Maggie Green spent
several days during the past
week in New Orleans.
"Maud" was )n the streets
here Mardi Gras day as an add
for Jas. Currie. She was a
"swell elegant" affair, com
posed of several coffee sacks,
barrel staves and two men.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Henry,
Miss Dora Everitt and Mr. J.
H. Shepperd and Mr. Jas. Mc
Daniel made a =flying trip to;
New Orleans and witnessed the'
carnival night parade.
The mnasquerade ball given at
the Red Men's Hall proved
a social diversion Tuesday night.
Miss Antoinette Lagaman, of
Bonfouca, spent Sunday with
Mrs.. J. H. Guthrie, of Pearl
River, spent a few days with
friends here the past week.
The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. Whichard are pleas
ed to learn that their little son
is improving from his recent
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold and
little son attended the carnival
in New Orleans.
Quite a number of maskers
were on the streets here Tues
Dr. J. F. Polk spent Tues
qay'in New Orleans.
*drs. C. Comfort and chil
dren spent the carnival season
in New Orleans.
Mr Mrs and Paul Gardere spent
Tuesday in New Orleans.
Mrs. J. A. Bousquet and
jchildren and Miss Enola
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O'Rouke spent the past week
in New Orleans.
Misses Margurite and Cora
Abel spent the carnival season
in New Orleans.
Mrs. M. McDaniel was a busi
ness visitor to New Orleans last
Ralph Rousseaux visited New
Orleans for the carnival.
Miss Lillian Dubourg spent!
the last week in New Orleans,
guest of Miss Lillian Sidney.
W. E. Eddins, returned Tues
day from a business trip to Me-.
ridian and other points in Miss
issippi. Miss Beulah Bourgeois ;
returned to Hattiesburg to col
lege after a pleasant visit to
Miss S. L. Hughes returned
Wednesday and resumed her
duties as teacher in the public
school, after spending the car
nival season in New Orleans.
Mr. an I Mrs. Marshal Cousin
were amcng the many carnival
Miss Cora Porter left Tues
day for an extended visit to
A series of lenton sermons
will be conducted by Father
Bernard at the Catholic Church.
We are soon to have a visit
from the chapel car, and a mis
sion will be conducted by the
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Barr and
children spent Sunday in Boga
DR. G. C. MINTURN
Bank Building. SLIDELL, LA.
Formerly instructor m the Ohio Col
lege of Dental Surgery, Cincinnati,
DISSOUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Mr. E. J. Frederick having bought
the interest of C. Z. Williams in Lake
View Plantation and Frederick &
Williams, the partnership existing be
tween E. J. Frederick and C. Z.Wil
liams in the Lake Vlew Plantation and
Frederick & Williams is hereby dis
solved. Mr. E. J. Frederick assum
ing the assets and liabilities of Lake 1
View Plantation and that of Erederick
E. J. FREDERICK,
C. Z. WILLIAMS.
If you are looking for bargains in
shoes you cannot do better than buy
the Hamilton Brown, and you cannot
find a better stock to select from nor
a better place to buy than C. W.
Schmidt's, at Abita Springs.
For everything up to date in locket,
chains and belt buckles, go to Jno. F.
Doty, next to postoffice.
WANTED.--A good cook. Apply
at this office.
FOR SALE-A very handsome soda
fountain, as good as new. A bargain.
Apply to Jos. Barrere, Covington.
FOR SALE-Three good milk cows,
two just fresh, 3 calves, and one lot
of household furniture containing
several mission pieces. Apply to Mrs.
C, C. Robinson.
You don't have to go any father
than Schmidt's, at Abita, to get the
best shoes on the market, Hamilton
Brown is his specialty, but he has
other kinds if you want them, all first
class makes and at prices that are all
right. Don't buy until you have ex
aminied his stock, or yo1 may find you
have lost an opportuni y for a bargain.
For cheap shingls go to Alexius I
Bros. & Co
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Fire, Life, Accident, Fidelity, Casualty, Plate
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before placing your insurance elsewhare.
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From $1.00 per month up. Double
Indemnity on railroad accidents.
P. O"Box 123, J. D. SANDERS. Agent
Phone 69. COVINGTON, LA.
In the matter of James W. Mitchell, Bankrupt,
No. 1234 in Bankruptcy.
In the United States District Court for the I
Eastern District of Louisiana.
By virtue of an order of sale from the honor
able aforesaid court.-and to me directed, bear- C
ing date February 10. 1909. I will proceed to
sell at the principal front door of the court
house. in the town of Covington. La., to
the last and highest bidder, on Saturday, March
6. 1909. the following described property, to
A lot of machinery, tools, etc., consisting of
I pipe cutter and threader
2 circular saws
Termsof sale--Cash, with benefit of appraise
ment. T. E. BREWSTER, Sheriff.
In the matter of James W. Mitchell. Bankrupt.
No. 1234 In Bankruptcy.
In the Eastern District of the United States for
the Eastern District of Louisiana.
By virtue of an order of sale frpm the honor
able aforesaid court. bearing date February 10,.
1909, I will proceed to sell at the principal front
door of the Courthouse. in the town of Cov- I
ington. La.. to the last and highest bidder, on
Saturday. April 3. 1900, the following described
A tract of land near the town of St. Tammany,
in St. Tammany Parish, State of Louisiana. des
ignated as plot No. 1, bounded by Park and
Stewart Avenues, McGehee and Blakely drives,
and measuring seven hundred feet on Stewart
Avenue; eight hundred and fifty feet and ten
inches on McGehee drive, and six hundred and
ninety feet on Blakely drive, containing twelve
and 45-100 acres, with buildings and improve
ments thereon consisting of two dwelling
houses,.a store house, saw mill wooden con
struction and other small buildings.
Terms of sale-Cash, with benefit of appraise
.ent. T. E. BREWSTER, Sheriff.
W. J. SMITH
FOR SALE-One No. 2 America,
Saw Mill Husk-frame and Mandrel,
pullies, and friction, as good as new,
cuts 15,000 feet of lumber per day.
For further information apply to this
FOR SALE, CHEAP.- Homers,
Pigeons and Squabs. Abita Plymouth
Rock Squab Co., Abita Springs, La.
FOR SALE--Two good milk cows
with young calves. Apply to
D. M. WADSWORTH.
FEEBLE OLD LADY
Has Srrdngth Restored
Mrs. Michael Bloom of Lewistown,
Pa., who is 80years of age, says: "For
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and took cold at the slightest provoca
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lungs, and a cough would result . My
son learned of the cod liver prep
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I am able todo most of my work, and
I can walk a quarter of a mile easily.
Every aged or weak person who re
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As a body builder and strength crea
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