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SM fe Lo.af sad Pr. ul
RApVMalae ot Te wo.fir"'
DAl*KLNTON, LA, OCT.A, 1912.
Wiley Wood spent Sunday
here with the homefolks.
Five Gallons Kerosene Oil for
60e. at T. B. Erwin & Son Ltd.
Miss Rosa Misell of Hackley is
spending the week here with her
parents. 1
Mr. and Mrs. D, E. Branch
visited New Orleans the first of 1
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Minckler
spent a portion of this week in ,
Covington. t
Miss Emma Mizell of Richard
son was a week-end guest of Mrs. i
J. C. Denman.
Miss Fowler of Tenn., is spend
ingthe week with her sister g
Miss Pearl Fowler. a
The Grand Jurp adjournet on
Monday afternoon, after a stren- 1
uous ten days' session.
New line of Ladies,- Children's s
and Men's Sweater Coats at
S'. B. Erwin & Son Ltd.
Miss Myrtle Brumfield spent F
the week-end in Bogaluss, the E
guest of Mrs. J. B. Chandler.
Misss Pearl Griffith and Sara F
W 4in-so n"spent Sunday in 8li- r
dell the gestof Dr. J. Griat.
Rev, Gljinn f Poplarville, Miss.
pieached bere in the court-house
Friday night to a large congre*
g tiosn. '
Free reading privilege is given
to patrons who occupy the tables
In the refreshment department
of 1Peoples Drug Go,a
SMksesPloyd Ball, Esther and
RUthrBasemanand Abner Magee h
spent the week-end in Miss Ball's
home at Angie. el
FOR SALE-Seed May Oats, di
90sper bushel a
.A. D. Kemp, i.
Riciardson, La.
Mrs: Fred Magee accompanied
by.her sister, Miss Kaufman of, a
Dutetown, arrlved, here last Pl
FP~rid~'to spend a.the winter in C
thhbae-of Mr.'and Mrs G. W.
yrnpoput up in clean .bottles le
will ta.y.' L'eoples Drug 1o
Co.i haie clar iecond.hand bot- i,
tlesi tcoriks, four to the palon,L
whichb are being ofered at 25c.
per fci.n Orders taken now la
for fall delivery.
MisaLela and Mr. Wilton Ma- I
gee ttended the bi picnin at i
Tylertown, 8aturday and were l
over naghtuessot Mdr. iod Mrs. 4
LaFyette Reeves, returning l
home Sunday.,
IOST-Certilicate of deposit a
"No. i 1 on the Bank of 'Frank* l
linton, for 50, dated, in. favor of a
- MrsM;. A. Magee. The ;public ti
las ber~by~t) aed not to negoti- vi
ate or purchbse said certiticate. 1
.Fi th beaeAof the muamny in-|
q, ultitsi *wh kstilt that the re
laoliniuallnatos oft tb two
iandid~eb fqi the Sioreme
Court aad s ahse for Congress 8
areui-Judige Reid, Methodist; b
Judge O'Neai. Catholic; L . le
Morgon, Epis'opalan; an FPerd
CO. Claborne, (athbolia.
The people of Wsshingtkn par. ,
i:i h cn now secure uresat edu
tion I s-b sa* pour mi-ag
Spplic toni~ei Dru Co., b
whEaeaer-wd-.as,.a..a.nts t
ana auiription agents for any
publication. Tb. heBra-teadeir
plodIig flata y Ibis Irm
Sti.rnit were en" t
r E i Es
S? WART BROS. & 00.
CGo@o iFsotors. New Orleans, Lai.
A beral Advances on Consignments.
Warehouse charges on uncompressed cotton, including drayage.
samrling, weighing and storage, first month, per bale........ 25c
Extra storage each additional thirty days or fraction thereof,
per bale...................................................... S
Insurance first month (basis $60 valuation) per bale, about...... O
Insurance each additional thirty days or fraction thereof, per
bale, about.......... .................................. 3
STEWART InRO. COTTON COMPANY
COTTON BUYEIR.
-!
r Wilson Crain of Pine was in
town Tuesday.
Zeke Babington returned home
f Friday after a two morths' stay
in Detroit.
r Miss Ouida Law;iton of Mag- i
1 nolia is visiting relatives here I
this week. C
Car) Babington spent last week
" in Magnolia, the guest of Mrs. t
I. W. Lampton.
Mrs. Mary Delaughter we are
glad to learn is greatly improved
after a fortnight's illness.
If you need Syrup Cans, see
T. B. Erwin & Son Ltd., before t
placing your order. They will I
save you money. t
LOST-One bunch of keys e
somewhere on the streets of
Franklinton, if found return to
H. V. Foiland receive reward.
R. Y. Byrd, of Austin, was a a
Franklinton visitor Monday and i
remembered the Era-Leader for t
a year's subscription before a
leaving.
FOR SALE-Hastings 100
BushelOat Seed at $1 per bushel.
These oats are on my farm near
sanny Hill. W. M. Schilling,
Amite City, La.
Mr. and Mrs. Hammond Rich-*
ardson and children and Mrs. l
Maurice Bateman, of Richardson $
motored over and spent Tuesday
here.
Daily newspapers, magazines
etc, constantly on sale, and or
ders taken for any publication, d
novels rented, and reading priv.x
ilege extended by, L
Peoples Drug Co. d
'Potato Crates, Tomato Crates I
and Bean Hampers at very low h
prices. Apply
Covington Grocery & Grain Co., &
27-4t Covington la.
Mr. Andrew Nelison, of iack V
lee, was a pleasant caller to this.
office Monday morning .ad be
fore leaving paid for the Era
Leader for another year.
FOR SALE-Forty acres, of
land just outside corporation on
Mile Branch. Has house, barn.,
garden,etc.,on it and a few acres I
in cultivation. Can easily be I
converted into a farm, and is a h
good investment. Address B-B a
care City Hotel, Franklintop, La.
In theGreat Southern Hotel
at Covington, on last Wednesday 1.
at High noon, a wedding was "
solomnised by Rev, Williams be- "
tween Mr, Robt. Wood of Gates. b
uriile, Miss., and Miss Wipnie
Davis of Bayou lacomb, only a 1
few near relatives and closel *e
friends beino present. t
The bride was charmingly at-'
tired in soft white silk, thai
groom being in the conventional i
black. After the wedding lunch-i*I
eon tI) youngcouple left for a
two days' stay in New Orleans.
and from thence to Frankiinton
for the remainder of the hoiney
moon ln the grooi'sokild home. I
Mar, sad Mrs. J. E. Wood; par- I
ets of thogroom, entertained at 1
dinner on Friday in honor of the I]
bride. ad groom, the bride on a
this occasion wearing ira atrac. A
.ive costume of blue messaline
sand lice. The young peoplB left
en Mi~d for; their new.r.home
i tsveil~e, Miss , followed by
thebhest wishes of a host of
ftiesdwtheh'e. __
Age;t w 'Rpee .MarbleM sa
Granitse Works,of Hu mbo I .
,en. Those wishiig saythb ib
sin lIai, ,l- & ,
A 0 4.
' .::
New Dipping Vat.
Bogalusa, La., Sept. 27, 1912.
Mr. J. Vol Brock,
Dear Sir:
We have established
in Bogalusa a cattle dipping vat.
It has been in operation about 30
days and there have been about
200 bead of cattle dipped, and
the users report a great improve
ment in the cattle.
Your paper reaches more
farmers in this section of the
Parish than can be reached in
in any other way, and we would
like to call the farmer's attention
to this dipping, vat and that it is
free. We also ought to mention
that the cattle derive a great deal
of benefit from being dipped
every 21 days.
If you would write an article
and run it in your paper two or
three weeks, I think it would be
of some help to the people of the
Parish. For any further par
ticulars communicate with the
undersigned,
Your very truly,
R, E. Keaton.
Sheriff Sale.-No. 068.
E. Parkhurst
vs.
J. D. Williams.
y virtue of an order of seizure and sale, Is
ele out of the Sth judicial district court of
the abo" e entitledass, i vI woeed to ell
at public ction, theo t ad highest bid
ee, on
Saturday, October 12, 1912
at tlipe I front door of the courthouse at
lton, Labetween the legal sale hours
for Judicial t e, the following demribed prop.
Los numbered from 150 to 154 in
ludive, and lots numbered iT9 to 184
nlulve, and being all of the block In
which the said lots are located except
lot No. 149, as peln upon plat of
Lee's Creek, LouIsan, on file in the
clerk's dro6 of this pariah and state,
at PrankBton. Washbinton parish,
La., and eachlot bl 0 feet wide
and 200 feet long, be loaooted
in section t4. . 8 south, & 18 east,
St. Helens Mi , and in section 8,
Twp. 4 onth. 18 meast . St. Helena
"rldis a,'nd being the same land
nat b by i ifrom Florence
. WWlliams, Usappears of record con
eyanO boOk i18, iajs 400, of this
paith, .tgpther wi all Improv. -
uetirt thereto beldnglng.
Terms of sale: Cash, with benefit
of appraisement.
This 4th day of September, 1912.
T. J. 81mmons, Sheriff.
Your Ralihrd Firs Free.
Cut this out and present it within
sixty days at Dranghon's Practical
Business College. Bilozi, Miss., pay
ing cash for an unllmited scholarship
and the Oollege will refund your rail
road fre. If th fare exuceeds 10,
younwilgletaS rebate ad 10 per
cent of the excess; If the fare is. less
than $10 a $10 DIS(COUNT will be sl
lowed)o in lieu of rairoad fmhre. If
you Manot enter within eIxty days,
send moneo for a soholarship, good to
be usnaed at college at any time and we
ill teach yeou Bookkeepingl or 8hort
"art by marl FREE. Draughon's
~Home Study will iedaceyour stay and
expese at college 0 per oent. By
t :Drangoon Imaproved methods yeou
Letfurther Imformtlon and for
Catalogue, write DRAUGHON'S
PrACTICAL DUSINESS COL
LEGE, BILOXI, MISS..
New Blacksmith Shop.
The Lossett Blacksmith Shop
has been purcivaed by W. P.
Punlap ahd all kinds of work will
be done at. moderate prices.
H r'riseshoelng and gunwork s
speiltya . AlU work guaranteed.
price spot cash on delierry.
retlee 1e PaUhletetn.
t!... lnd Osce aaton l o .
Sept. 10,1,13
a e of In:
A)i· t.~J F-~ ' i
'9~1
Jm.Nug
IILL
.As A ,oC
We refer those who have not banked with as to
those who -HAVE. We are bere to serve our pa
trons and are willing at any time to advise those
wh need help or advice. Yau go to the doctor
when you are ill and to the lawyer to straighten
out your legal difficiulties; when you are in fi*
nancial perplexity why not go to the BANKCP Uho
banker is the one man who gives his advice fwee
and cheerfully.
Do YOUR banking with US
We pay Fur per cent interest, compoounded
quarterly
Farmers & Merchants Bank
FRANKLINTON, LA.
; .,
"Dr. Miles' Nervine
Raised Me From
the Grave"-w". Tr.,
This is a strong statement to
make, but it is exactly what Mrs.
Thomas Taylor, of Blum, Texas,
said in expressing her opinion of
this iemedly.
"Dr. Mils' RetorativNervise
raised me from the grave and Ihave
much confdence in it. I can never
sayeaough foryourgrand .,icines.
If anyonehad offered m- ?Ioo.oo fer
the sceond bottle of 1-er:'e that I
3esd I would have said 'n l'ideed.'"
MRS. THOMAS TAVLOR,
Blum, Tex.
Nervous exhaustion is a c6:r.."
man occurence of modern liik.
The wear and tear on the nervoe
system is gre:tr e' r than at alla
time since the d b.lga1 began. For
sle plcssness; poor appetite) and i.L,
"run down" feeling, nothing. is s,>
good as
Dr. Mkles' 'J r'une
Your nerves are y.ri , 1". ,
lack of vital nergy . , i.
a misery. Dr. Mil.' -er:vine
tone up your nervous sr.-tem.
Ask s'y erug3lst. If t tfthi f ±i,:t.e! is
to benefit, your money l re':' . cJ.
MILES MEDICAL, CO., Eli.rt,. ind
Now Orlans Gratl lortllrn
Daily Service
BETWEEN
Franklinton, La.
AND
New Orleans, La.
Jackson, Xlas.
Columbia, Miss.
Tylertown, Miss.
Folsom, La.
Cekp uil Tdp WuI-ud
Tieuds a Sale.
PASSENoGEn ScEDLUt IN EFFECT
ARnr 21, 1913.
DAILY
North Bohid. South Bound
No. 3-11"I Ms.m. No. 81.S:2 p.m.
DAILY-EXCEPT SUNDAY
Bo.37:26 p. m. No. 38.545 a*. m.
SUNDAY ONLY
No. 38-9:15 p. m. No. $7.7.10 a.m.
For further infortEation, apply
to lopiLTicket Agent, or to
K J.; Mglabom, G. P? A.
o. B. AI, n s, N .o..A.A,
0 WhitneyCentral Bldg.
Long Dstaaoe Phone Main 488.
a m applying for
224" _Oy, 'yý, S qdu*)M p .
Special Notice
.To.the people of
Franklinton, and ;
this prt ofWash...
ington Parish.
This is to certify that the ROBT.
BABINOTON CO., Ltd., have s.
.cured ,,the exclusive agency for
the sale of the celebrated '
Shaker
Remedie
a .. Franklinton and vicinIa
These are the remedies that have
created such a tremendous sewd
sation throughout the country a',
year 'or: two ago, and more re .&
cently .over in Bogalusa, whei
we are informed by the Grea:
Southern Lumber Co. Drug Sto
that they purchased over $2,0
worth of.the remedies in lessi
than three months time.
There will be a
FREE SHOW.
given in front of the Drug S;i
nightly, conmencing next W.
nesday night.•1 '( "';
mThee. mi* ar "fuly
9ur Liver, % Sjtae
t'~fr1~l
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