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To eauifi , C ,ty1
ing with tne Cjy Beau tify
that is being conducted in
ladies of Franklinton it * is
learn that contract have
iwarded to H. E. Willis of this
laying conc:ete sidewalks
d the Court House Square.
is the first step that will be
toward the beautifying of the
, and as soon as it is complet
e grounds will be graded and
ted out to shrubbery and flowers.
;vill be approximately three
ed and fifty square yards of
, Several Plans Drunk,
regular session of the city
Judge Ott presiding. was held
ay morning, There were
pleas guilty for plain drunk,
y drew a fine of $10 and
several minor case were arrain
d not guilty and the cases
set for Monday Jan 4 at 10
Stockstili Home Burned,
residence of L. S. Stockstill, in Bo
-Terrac,:, was destroyed by fire the
rt of last week. The Stockstill
were out of the city at the time of
and their household effects were
total loss. The building was a
structure and valued at $1600. In
of only $800 was carried on the
and $J30 on the household effects.
E W Starns and son are spending
days in Amite City as the guest
Alford and family.
account of your meat not
'ving in time? Better send
orders here. We special
in good meat and prompt
). J.' Sherman
Owleans Great Northern R. R.
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, Pearce CGldi .b.
Miss Nanee, the pretty ove year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Pierce met
with a Serious accident a few days ago by
overturning a pail of boiling water on her
self. Both legs were badly burned and
she suffered intense pains. For several
days her fever was high which alarmed
her relatives and friends. Her condition
is slowly improving.
THE WERLEIN PLAYER PIANOS
Why Y4 Should Have A Pianola
S=i pyou have a
K ''-" should - , , .
S'4 books in y
Syoau have a
-' " pictures on ji : .iWi
SWhy should ,
d[ F. ,,you have any C i '. , f' (
of the ,+ "! r1, ',
;ýý refinements or
of present day
Slife? $525, $5 0,
Why? Because we are civilized beings, not living in the past but in the sent. and our civilization means culture---culture in the art of living and getting the out of life.
You are oblidged to have I piano of some kind, are you not? Yo home would not be furnished without one. Then, of course, you want a piano that will " the
music for which it was intended, and that will bring'not only entertainmen ut culture as well.
Player pianos, so called, are not Pianolas. There is but one Pi ola. It is sold only by Philip Werlein, Ltd. and is obtainable only in the folowing models:
THE STEINWAY PIANOLA THE STUYVESANT PIA A THE STROUD PIAONLA
Grand and Upright Upright Only W erlein Pianos
THE STECK PIANOLA THE HEELCK PIANO THE FAMOUS WEBER PINOLA 1915 Models Now lere
Grand and Upright UPright Only Grand and Upright
The The Steinway Grand The Wheelock The
Steck Pianola Weber Pianola Pianola Pianola Stpyvesant Pianola
$850 $1000, $1100 $2100, $2350 $750 $650
CHICKERING PIANOS .
The Right Instrument For Youri Business, Moving
i I Pictures. Amusement Places of all I~ds Need Electric
Music Folios Violins
$500, $525, $550 $675, $725, $900, $1500 Classics Mandolins
The Chickerjng tone, distinguished for its individuality, has come to be the accepted standard, and G , uitars
anld it is not merely an acqusition of one generation' but it is the reults of nearly a centuryof un
broken scientific development. We may say that ninety years of Chickering-steady-continous 'un
devjating-holding to a fixed ideal have resulted in producing pianos which reach a degree of pro- pul r Bras Band
fection hitherto unattained, for its admitted by the most competent critics that the ChickeringPianq o Br....
of 1914, the Ceickering of today represents the highest point ever reached.
ail Ord ers WillHave We Have Sold Pianos 71 Years *ld
iMa Person0rdal Attention PHILIP WERLEIN, LT D.
605 CANAL ST. NEW ORLEA
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Mrs iz Improving,
Mrs. Harry. iz, wife of Harry the
Tailor, who un ent an operation sever
al days ago is roving slowly and her
y friends be glad to learn that
she will be abi to be out in a few days
Mr. and Mrs. E A Pellerin spent the
holidays with fri, nds and relatives in New
Some Pi&.to Sale,
That potatoes net handsome returns in
this section of the state is evidenced by
he fact that M. Marxof Columbia St. sold
170Qbushels of seed potatoes a few days
ago to the farmers surrounding Bogalusa.
This is four times the amount that Mr.
Marx sold last year which proves that. po
tato raising is profitable and that Bogalu
sa isthe place to purchase seed potatoes.
Big Fertilizer Sale,
M. Marx the well known Columbia
street merchant reports a sale of 275000
pounds of fertilizer within the past few
days. He expects to increase this
amount 125000 pounds within a short
Mrs S. E. Elias, of Columbia St spent
Xmas with relatives and friends in New
Nxt. Council MHetlg,
The next regular meeting of the Com.
mission Council will be held in the city"
hall on Tuesday next. Nothing
except routine buisness is expected to
come before the session.
J, A. Bicker spent Christmas with his
sister in New Orleans and will spend New
Years in Brookhaven with his parents.