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Local and For Sale Ads.. Lost Notices
and All Miscellaneus Matter. (
NOTICl.-1 am uaplying for
For stove wo!)rd, oak and pine,
rinlg no. 27.
Swan Brand Hats are best. b
See Lonnergan. Thi
Dwelling louses for rent.
See T. B. Erwin & Son Ltd. onC
Lonnergan has just received a
new line of gent's clothbing tx
We sell wood by the cord, not
by the load and give full measu re. J
Ring no. 27. to
. ee Shoe display in L onner
gC's windows. l
-Goldens new model cane mills Wa
atd evapprators sold by us at *2
ldwest cash prices.
T. B. Erwin & Son Ltd. I
Just pbhone your order to no.
274or any kind of wood and you
wIl get it promptly.
r NOTICE-No hunting on landsu
of NW- McCain; under penalty W4
the law. pr
;FOR SALE: Go~d strong, cab,
plants. Louis MILTER,,
.2 'bles northeast of Frank
1- - All persons are warn
ndi to trade for a certain W,
e for $25.00 signed by T. EH At
a~n favor of Scott Morgan,
ed October- t9, 1910, and
awn on Bank of Franklinton
- _,_ - '. H. Rainey. d
N -:,o hunting with
4 d, no fisbingobn the
d ' A f. fPricke Sr. and A. fir
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s~ mber 11910. to
SWAttED--Partner Settled re
blenman, who ;an devote hig
amind furnib ne arg, or wI
ue~ f farm proUctse andi live
t sa Tarter `In- Cement, da
- l u nnd * Grave~cover bus. -'
:4oth r pitol requirdd,
-s-e re in washingatn and
manent. pleasant and phrofitable
Apply "Partner" cat? this office.
NOTICE. No huating with gun
and dogs, on the Ilade dof Jno..R. p
Iuroh, L, B.,eurob, T.E.BuIrch h
and.M. J, biford.
3This Oot.l4thb., 1010.
WiST4ne stock c'3rtificate 2
14o. 5 of the Leader Pubhshing
io. ,td.'Issued March 7, 1906,1
to W.. Fssell, calling for two'
shea sgped by Robert nab
inmns secretary and J. Vol
aec& eident.-W: P. Fus*
4ate4. . - 10, pfayable to the[
'" B.aw e+ . Co. Lt&
1i I n 3: 0 dm8 . soonat
,lpe*iu 50 days amount*
1 pdte due in 90 cays awount-i
lin to $0.21
S ,~png &per cent interest a.
• , 9GriTyspe4by T B. . +lr
plied for. .
*Ii. 8HIi wei & Co. Ltd.
~ -26yok son all
1 FOR SALE.- Household goods,
SJ. 0. Greenlaw.
Q: e:+ ; TI My s year
Local Items mof
SBrief Mention of Local and Personal ladi
Happenings of The Week.
Mrs. T. D. Brock is spending Xr
this week at 13rockdale.
Miss Nelie Dabson spent ohad
Thanksgiving at Bogalusa. due
T. I. Bickham, from the sec- M
ond ward, was in town Monday. spe
Dont forget to pay your poll in
iX. s V4
John iBatemaln, of Angie, called n hmile
to see us Tuesday.
Mr. John Alford, from Pisgah, Wilt
was among our visitors 'l'ues- ton-i
Candies, Chewi-g Gums, Ci- plea
gars, Touatcus, and osta Carsa injugs
n Chiuce variety are on sate at
&eupltes Drug Co. ran
Send us all your job work. littl
We can do any and all kind of of tl
printing at living prices. !e Sho
sure and give us a chance on nool
your work before placeing it chil
We are'under obligitions to W. of tl
W. Jenkins for cash favors this free
Rev. Edwin Corkern, from T,
Zona, was among our visitors the
Newspapers, Weeldies, Mapgc o1I
sines etc. are on sale at Peoples Iri
Drug Co. Place your orders early inse
o insarepopies being reserved- ask
wow Ddb `f'rom Her to"
The- editor :and family ha da
delightful visit at Angie on
_i w_._ owe]
We. are now operating our W!
ser a i rush bul
a Washington Parish Lumber w
.and Supply Co., Ltd. 'm
. _,._ trt
SMiss Prauie, one of Bogiluss's~ o
.popular young ladies, is visiting th"
Iher sister, Mrs. Frank (owen. r
- Our Corn Crusher will grind
I25 barrels of feed mn one hour.
,This means we can do youri.
o work promptly.I u
SWashington ' Parish Lumbere
Sand Supply Co., Ltd. -
Mrs. J. 8. Brock, Jr., was-_
called to Brookhaven, Miss., on w
STuesday to the bedside of her
j grandmother who is very sick. i
t Miss Nell Ott, one of Mt. Her-.
mun's sweetest youri ladies, is
t spending this week here visitng
her brother, Mage W. Ott. .
P.*vse "UIm sd Ve llv.e
Not Pootbll Co~oobt the color ofV
td. the usytoon ontaiaingPFoley'. ioney
adr th~ best aPd faest oough r
edy for all coughs and colds. Do
not aocept a sbitlapte but see that
Syouget the genuine P oley's Lony.
Our good friend, Andrew I
Neilson, of Hackley, called in to
see us to-day and had his sub
scription extended for another
Miss Catherine Lauritzen, one
of Franklinton's charming young
ladies is so nding this week vis
iting rel g and friends at
Tangipah . ______
Xmas is conliug and the editor
like yourselves, will need a little
'spending money so 3ome in and
hand us the dollar which you are
due and it will help along con
Mr. Wash Morris, of Mt. Point,
spent Tuesday here lookirg after
business matters, Mr. Morris
is now past his 75th year yet he
is very active. He came down
on horseback from his home 1.5
miles north-west of here.
We had a card this week from
Wiley M. Wood, one of Franklin
mon's bright young men, who is in
charge of a drug store at Monte
cello, Miss. Mr. Wood is well
pleased with his new surround
W. C. Lonnergan has made ar
rangements to. have the clever
little entertainers "Tess and Ted"
E of the Robert Johnson and Rand
SShoe Co., here next Monday after
Snoon. It is said that these two
ct hildren give a real interesting
program of song and dances.
A platform will be built in front
of the store and the show will be
free to all. The children are ..
especially envited to be present.- 7
Tom Magee, who has been at 'i
the HammOnd Sanatarium for P
several months past spent a few fi
days over here this week. Tom is A
0 looking real well which his many to
s friends here are glad to see HIe C
V insisted that he is married and '
- asked us to make the announce
eniet so his friends could know of
h'good footune but as ha failed
fto poduqe the Priuge edri~ cae
a The "Fiddllers Conveltion" at
the F. C. I. last Thursday,night
was a splendid success. There
were only four "Fiddlers" present
h but what was liking ilknumber was
mi ade up in quality. The house1
rwas filled and every one present
seemed to enjoy the novel en
tertainment. Mess. Penton,
, Pounds, Edwarqs and Erwin were
L:the four "Flddlers." Mr: Penton
received first prize.
A "special"' passed through
town Tuesday with a number of
r. ithe big officials of the Frisco
r lRailroad System. It is reported
that the Frisco people ha~s got
r Iten ontrolofthe N. 0. G. N. R.
SR. and that considerable improve
ment on this property is contetn
s plated. It is said that tLe road
.will be exatended :from Jacokasn:
, orth to some point near
M e. , Tenn., where connect
i be made with a R. R.
of the Frisco extending
frop emphis to Birmingham
so the road will be ex
to from Slidel, to New
via of the Rigolet. This
e denied by the Good
t from the maneuvers of
als of both syste it
:sM ore than prob. y true.
On dv morning Nov. 18th,
at b residence, Mrs Emily
Woo after only a day's ill
mes rs Wocd was 3 years
old; born in Louisiana and
was lie long resident of
Fran . She was the mother
of a family all of whom
Sarea . in their own homes,
and her life's work ended
this ted other seemed to
gent) i the draperies of'her
coue ut her and lie down
.to p 1 rest. The funeral
Sservi ere conducted by Rev.
SL. C. from the Meth
0 odist rch where she had
d been ember for many years.
Th o was as' peaceful as
the c of a beautiful summe'
- day, en daylight fades into
- night h increasing loveliness.
d `S e giveth His beloved
Louisiana at nal e
NEW ORLEAN La
I. W. DBES, Special A mite, La.
`J. K. Johnson, L gent.
All guaranteed low 'cost fe Insurance. º
e SEE THESE OFFIC ERS A DIRECTORS
Henry Kahn, A. Iialdwin, Jr.
ftjs. Gen. Mgr. sqpro Treasutr .
U. Oern .>
A B iter Alb rt: A.Usl$
S Y. Harvey
Th. 4A Ki. º Tabsolute ability.
I.9 yo 44 itV*rt. . t >n you :erb trust your
tOSn0 than fkp to 1irectors of
%` ImIt i+ to be abled with in the
%Y #O*5 1N MOS1EY.$ THE SOUTH
Good Gommon Sense Advice
SREAD THI I
We have already explained to you why cur bank is erfectly
safe, so now we want to change the subject a little.
SO L-S T EN
S If you haplen to make a good fee, trade or commission, or ob
tain a raise in your salary, it isn't necessary to go right out and
Sbuy a horse and buggy; or if you happen to have had a successful
year in business, you needn't put all your profits into a big house.
Such a course may do for a man who is willing to trust to luck, or
has a rich and kind hearted father in law; but you should reflect
that one "swallow does not make a spring"--there may be some
,·. late frosts.
One of the most useful and difficult lessons to learn is to al
ways keep your balance. Nothing steadies a man better than a
savings account growing by regular deposits and quarterly or an
THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
'gTo ur Friends and Custiomers
We are. still doing business at the same old
stand, and ask that when you are ih the mar
ket for any kind of merchandise come and see
Os, for we know we can save you money.
RICE, Clean and White, at per Sack $3.7
We keep a full line of general merchandise
'ces that will interest you, and take in ex
changee rame all kinds of country produce
for which we pay the highest prices possible,
coasstent with market prices arevailing on
* Dli *~ rahd; La.
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JOHNSON & BROCK
" Insurance Agency
." I Life, I '
,. "E Accident, [ -
.o . | Health, ý" - ..
*. Ma y * ý ;
od Fire, -
as w Tornado
to. We represent several strong
ý. and reliable companies
WASINTON PARISH LUMBER AND
SUPPLY COMPANY, LTD.
We now have in our large new lumber shed all kinds of
" LUMBER, MOULDING, Three Grades of Shingles, all size
Sash and Doors, Builders Hardware, Mantles, Screen Work.
All kinds of Finishing Material, Fancy Front Doors, all kinds
of Building Material.
We will sell our goods in car load or retail and meet
prices given by any other mill and guarantee our goods ,to be
of a better grade.
This statement alone should entitle us to your business.
When you come once you will come again because "WE ,
OAR JOAD OF COAL
We hadle the Tennessee Nut Coal and will be pleased to far
nish or cutoms at the following prices:
Barrell lots delivered at 45 cents per hundred.
Speeial prices on larger quantities.
FRANKLINTON ELECTRIC LIGHT
A AND COAL COMPANY.