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Washington Parish Fair,
Trades Day; Saturday, Oct. 19th.
WIII It pay to go to the Fair? Yes. reIis the
r soln. The following will sell at cost on trade day:
Robt. Babington Ltd., Buggies.
A Boston Store, Calico.
Peoples Drug Co., Tablets.
D. N. Magee, Hose.
r Mrs. L. H. Magee, Special line of Hats.
T. B. Erwin & Son Ltd., Stock Feed.
W. H. Magee, Rugs and Art Squares.
ScCreary Mercantile Co., Outings.
Screen Your Houses Early
Here Are Our Prices:
Screen Doors, 2 ft. 6 in. by 6 ft. 6 in. $1.30
Screen Doors, 2 ft. 8 in. by 6 ft. 8 in. 1.40
S ScreenDoors, 2ft. 10 in. by 6 ft. 10 in. 1.0
S Screen Doors, three feet by seven feet 1.60
• , Screen;Door sets .2.5
Doors fitted, each .50
Don't Overlook These Prices.
K. They are worthy of attention.
U lhinton Parish LU . Sup. Co.
Phone 27. Pranklinton, Louisiana
fs ufacured by Frankinton Bottlin Works.
'i ., Oct, 18.-Apolina
aged i0 years, and
goat ranchman, is
,ad confessions of three
made during the past
io tethat he was
:parderd. & Under ar.
Iem Roque, the ranch
*ud two women, the
of the two men.
sgiabsence of the old
t a tanvestigation by
rift Sam MoKensie,
ef that Roque, who
the day of the murder
led wih the old man.
pbild hiah in. their
, Oct. 14.
a Siamly quarrel,
a farminer living
aOrn the city, lies in
tim at St. Thomas
. . ruggs,W.
,arin th. County
with usgaul with
er. .btagbt re*
Wao: when the boy
1 tae y bok of the
I h. job
ave 4 n ith
were -rah in
~v2* " 1
List of Grand Jurors.
No. Name Ward
1. N.V. Jones... ........
2. Dolpho Walkle ......... 1
8. A. D. Kempp............ 1
4. A. Brock ............. S
5. D.P. Sringfeld....... 2
6. Wyatt Fortenberry..... 2
7. Wm. V. Buarch.......... 2
8. John W. Smith ........ 8
9. D, P. Foil... ........ S
10. D.W. Branch...........
it. J. Hines Sobhilig ......3
12, E. E. Breland......... 4
18. W.D. Mgee............
14. W.K. Misl............ 4
15. E. i. Middletoan.......... 4
16. Robert E. Magee. ..... 4
17. Floyd Hobgood ........ 5
18. Jas Williams .........
19. W. J. Kemp ......... 5
20, Geo. C. jgt ....... 6
PETIT JURORS. "
No. Name Ward
1. Dave Delaunhter.. ....
2. Ab. Miller. ..........2.
F. L.pFOrd....... . . 5
. M. B. Richardson....... $
5. A.L Breland..........
6. Wilmer Misell......... 4
7. N. B. Miller............ 2
8. H. D. Oalu... ...: 5
9. Iddo MoMilg; h ........
10. J..W.McGee...... ..
11. RalphMets.......... .
12. e. D.Oooper,. .. 4
13. Holland Brook..:.......
14. W . Varndo........ .
15. Ge .E. ZBrumN4Id.... ,
1. :c. L.t Jordan............
17. Lemlie Self.............. 2
18 F,L. Brnau eld....... 5
19, 8H E Smith.,......... 8i
20. D. J. Ba .,......... 8I
21. Mike .Bab ....... 3
22. Dewitt Mann....... 8
28. Hnry 8ml Jr.......... 6
Ue4. V j FuuslI........... 2
2 .. W.N. Bu nan..... ....
W. M. . ...........
Sueoession of Marion L. Magee, De
In the 11th judicial District Court in
and for Washington Parish, La.
Notice I. hereby given that oY order
of the above court, rendered in the
above mastr, to me directed, and
ering date of Sept. 16, 1912 I will
p lto wl to the highest 5idder,
at the front door of the court Souse
at Franklinton, Washington Parish,
Saturday, October 26, 1912
between the legal hours for sales, týe
following deserTbed property, to-wit:
One horse, two cows. one old wagon,
one old buggy, and 1 lot of household
Also the following described land,
situated and located in Washington
Parish, La., to-wit:
100 acres of land, more or less,
bound north by lands of Fordney
hlnsett Co., south by lands of Mrs.
Albert Baham, east Ethel Magee and
west by the lands of the estate of J.
C, Iaham all of the said land being
in H. R. No. 42, in twp. 2 south, range
10 east, St. Helena Meridian, acquired
of Mrs, . . M. Collins by M. L. Magee
as per deed recorded in bookt No. 10,
page 704 of the conveyance records of
Washington Parish, La.
The said property is sold to pay the
debts of the deceased M. L. Magee.
Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of
WM. L: MAuGE, Administrator.
Sheriff Sale.-No. 2071.
Rurria Breo., Ltd.
M. I. Varnado.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of seizure and sale issued
out of the 26th Judicial District Court
of Louisians. in and for Washington
Parish,in the above entitled cause,
and to me directed, I will proceed to
sell at publio suction to the last and
highest bidder, on
Saturday, Nevember 2, ISt
at the principal front door of the
court house t Franklinton, La., be.
tWa the !l sale hours for judicial
sales, the follbwing described proper
An undivided one-half interest in
the swl of set section 26, township 1,
soh, range 10 east, St. Helena Mer
Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of
This Mth day of September, 1912.
T. J. Simmons, Sheriff.
Sam W. Smith
Noice ishereby given that by virtue
of aorderof AerT faelas issued out
of theith Judical Distriot (ourt of
oleMansa, In and for Washington
Parish, in the above entitled aesse,
and to me directed, I will proceed to
sail at public uction to the last and
highest bidde', on
Saturday, Nvember s. ISl
at the prinajla_ front' door of the
!ouort house atb nllinton, I, be
tween the legal sale hours for judicial
ami eethe folflwlng deasribed prperty
15.04 acres of land, together with
,illampovement. thereon, being the
awl of the set of section 18, and 15
aces being a strip of equal leegth and
width ares the no hern part of the
awl of dtheetof seotion 19, tr. 1
sot range 10 east, t. Helena er
'Smas of ase: OCash, with benefit
This IMh day of September, 1912.
T.3.J. Saimons, Sherif.
State of Louisiana, Parish of
Be it known and remembered, that,
oen this 4th day of September, One
Thoussad, Nine Hundred.and Twelve,
bfore me, W. E. Alford, Notary
Public, In and for theParish of Waish
Sineton, State of Louisiana, duly com
|im sloned and qualified, in the pres*
euse of the undersigned witnesses,
Ipesonally appeard the persons whose
aumesare hereunto suberibed, wnho
deolared shatvalling theimselvee of
thelaws of Louisiana relative to the
organlsation of corporations, they
have formd sad by these presents do
I~oka and constitute themselves, as
wll as seh person as may hereafter
la o.be assoiated with them or
ii eueessors, into a corporation,
lorathe obeots and purposes and on
ite following conditions, to-wit:
T·her Asme of this corporation shall
be'W. O. Crain 6 Company LW.,"
44iusthr~ a amt e shall have and
,las e.lu iUand sueession for a
of nbjs-nlae years. unless
l sooserssolvedby law, or by con
_m ,of th istock-holders as herein
SUnder this .iae this corporation
.shlll'tiefll athorliy to transact
all Iul, ales cesary and oroper
for the rcPconduct of its affairs
o~i~S~atsgy aidst any of the powers,
.iw.m. unitmntes it is per
iad exerise under the
The doable of this corporation
shall has t atkle, Washington Par-I
ih--''mnaU.;wbse all citations,
prooeses shall be
*inaordse with the stautes
Se.dLoulalana,. relative to
seylam on oasporations.
idpurposes for which
is established and
o bes to be ear
tireobe: To Own, oper
ant. es .Iedall power
at a par value of One Hundred ($100.
00) Dollars each said stock shall be
paid for in cas at the time of the
subscription, or as the same is issued
for no less than par, or in payment or
exchange for property actually re
ceived or purchased by this corpora
tion or for services actually rendered.
This corporation may commence
doing business and shall become a
going concern as soon as Five Thou
sand ($5,000.00) Dollars of its capital
stock (has been subscribed for and
paid in. Te remaining stock not sub
scribed for shall be under the control
of the board of Directors.
The corporate powers of this cor
poration shall be vested in' and exer
cised by a Board of Directors com
posed of three stockholders and their
acts shall bind this corporation. The
first election of the Board of Directors
under this charter shall be at a meet
ing of the stockholders to be held on
the first Monday of July, 1913, and
thereafter the stockholders shall hold
an election on the first Monday of
July of each year, and elect a Board
of Directors. who shall serve until
tehir successors have been elected and
qualified; all officers to be elected
from among the board of directors,
and no person shall be eligible as a
director who is not a stockholder of
this corporation. During the absence
of the President, the Vice President
shall act and preside in his stead.
Notice of the election shall be given in
writing by mail, addressed to each
stockholder at his usual place of
business, ten days prior to said elec
tion and the Board of Directors shall
appoint one of their number to pre
side at said election, and on his fail
ure to attend the President shall ap
point a stockholderto fill the vacancy.
In the event of failure to elect Direc
,tors on the day appointed for that
I purpose, thenand in that event the
I Directors then in office shall continue
I to serve until their successors are
chosen, At all 'neetings of the stook
holders each stockholder shall be en
I titled to one vote for each share of
stock registered in his name and the
stockholders may voteby proxy given
in writing. The election of the Di
rectors may be by ballot and the ma
jority in the amount of votes .ast
shall elect such person or persons for
whom they are cast. The Pirst Board
of Directors of this corporation shall
be composed of W. O. Crain, Presi
' dent, B. O. Bickham, Vice President,
- H. C. Crain, Secretary andTreasurer,
who shall serve until their successors
I shall have been elected and qualiled.
The Board of Directors shall have
power to fill vacancies intheir number
from the stockholders of this corpora
tion. The said Board shall have
power and control of the property of
this corporation and shall exercise all
authority consistent with the objects
for which this corporation is organ
t Said Board is authorized to adopt
f such by laws, rules and regulations
as may be expedient for the conduct
of the business of this corporation or
necessary for its management, pro
s vided ame shall not conflict with this
Charter nor with the laws of theS$ate
of Louisiana, nor the laws of the
s ARTICLE VII.
This charter may be amended or the
capital stock of this cororation li
Screased or decreased or the corpora.
tion may be dissolved at a general
meeting of the stookholders convened
for that purpose with the uass of
three-fourths oft stock present or
represented at d meetinr, thirty
1 days prior notioe of such meeting b
in given by publication in a wehly
newspaper published at rankllno
t La., and a written notiee thereof nll
ed to each stockholder at his usal
olace of business forty days prior t
said meetinglt. In case of lhb dilu
tion of this corporation either by Im
lation or otherwi e, its affair sall
be liquidated by two commssiors
elected from among the stockhodaer
at a meeting called for that purpose.
No stockholder of this corporal0n
s, hall ever iliable or responsible for
Sthe contracts or failure thereof in any
, further sum than the unpaid balan
rdue said corporation on shares of
-stock subscribibd f and owned by
the stock holders; not shall any !n
formality in the oiganisatlon of this
corpolration haveRe effect of rendor
ing the charter nmill or exposing the
stockholders to any further liability
fthan the unpaid balan due on his
Each stockholder desllgnaters oppo
Ssite his name the stock subsoribed for
by him and this chater shall serve as
ra written subecription list.
SThus done and p ed at my ogle
in Hackley, Washington Paris t Sae
of Luisians, on the dy monthsad
year first above written in the pres
enee of J, Jordan and . Mit
the Paish of Washlingtonwho signed
I these presents, together wl.h said ap,
' pearers and me, said notary, af~r
B due reading.
S W.O. 'n...... rshares,
BH. C. CaAn... 1 share.
B. O. BICCHaIS.. .5 shares.
J. B. MI'UCaLL.
State of trouisiaua,
Parish of Washlaton:
1 ?. A. Thigpen, Cierk of.cplw
a ox-o Relo eorder, hb y
that the above and foregoineh '
is duly reoorded in mola ig b0O I,
page43 et seq., of hoMae reor ds
of Washington Parish, La.
Witness my oolal ign$,re and
seal of said courst on this th day of
Seal)" M.A. ATaIwPa,
Clerk and Ex-ofclo Bcordr.
rI r*mu a osuamore a eI'esseuo.
Leca cuarir. f Is.
si d usu Ib manna co l s m
A good assortment of kinds and
Powders 5c to $1.00
A good stock of the celebrated
Toilet Water 25e
Perfumed Bath Salt 2kc
In fact if we havn't got what you
want, let us get it for you.
SBlabinaton Drut Stor.,
you pay for.
Every beegi man, esps y the armers usad planters wat a
ia~ero v ce teh tt s adeq$ to meet all oondluon, -vý te
eiso Wi e neel t &on, neot loCal, but to oPdsip wla ý
When yop nue the OmberlUc Teephone & Telegraph so e nice,
yoa bane what is caled3lve servis. Our rates are mest agOuu.'
able, e e the bees. g distaoe onnecoPs. P la ~ to
data aeth ofr aase e the i long t ie iase eler -
Lhone nto Ofo sae . misi r flul intormdg q roop edrd*
aes ltor telepha eIs, an fdletaae oomcrtlon .
S UMIEULB TELIEMIE & TELEIUA U0FAUY, Iawper1.
ti: R what Cdad dli for Mim Mrura ler, ii
erlbaultMinm. Slesays: "Let ma tell you how much
ge !~p Clul has deoi me. M a young rld alwrays had
Sller s muchd lt d ofId pale. Sometlinm, I was
Swak thatJ I oould kh dsta on bm, f.l I e1: .
he idl Ca at the fsr r ad as selnasr "
takesl il deges I began to Wpe bett.
STice I teal a well as aspow c."
Ae yso rana? The yous arsjct t p
uadeir of troubles and iregllle peculiar to women,
wha rne, often lead to mo serious obl
A tnc t seededto help your othe hard plasto
-llae weakness, hlada, and olber unaueesary palm
" 1i of weak nerves and ornwdk.
Iir · tole, take Cauls, the woman's .t.
:es yiu Wnver rettt Mir ait w yllar hela bp py.
. oer dnelsabout a . iH 1 s. IHs sUSUls
ahest s.-No. 97?T.
Theodo F . Ford
3Ja. 3. MeMillan.
otiie , In and fer Wioewtiq ou
ad to me dle, I owill pmooeed to
wflstsrpur ~ tIhe b1boh1 tand
lemot bih d ndr, a o
Saturday, Nouember 9.1912
at the pr epl troatdoeo the court
them'ia eerb pmp.ýlahme.18
.4 aallnd re. t *ýl west o.
tO. B Hiato.
4e $Sl di a@ . m. l. owae.
the w41, othel. oh
s $ oldwine, theoeas.
8sioo-46i0 Y rsP of led iln Joe,
Lid hmr.c i$p.1 .. rane 14
e., and desuibed astfollowe. Begin
nl.iagat the b up,.. C. B. Howard
hr. e. U, themce w, along old line
$ to 'read, il whence
39S#49 4ulubII* tO
stob, riia hlkrt 1$3 inobm.ia,
.saiqr rA.1O°i "pim, lanIs 13
Lashes In auesteo s. 3° w 74 I ab,
thonee a. M8°. e.8 ebalm, thenesi.
111. T o. J. xl.ixoLu, besif.
Sbrlo 8sl.-No. i0?.
Great Southern Lumber Co.
A. J. Denlhex.
t fg~ " am sdelor, tO a $
t$Ndoy, Nwember 1, 1012
deatd, o .tkSMs
LOM5lle. , lSand 13 et he A. J.
Debs. Adha os to 8. W. bLs,
to aýMt therno ol 91. 1*
Terms of sae: Cash, with beneOt
Thfs p9 day of October, 11t.
T. J. Simmons, SheriUL.
FOR BALE--Forty acres "f
land just outside corporation dO
Mile Branch. Has house, barnu
garden,etc,,on it and a few acres
in cultivation. Can asily be
converted.into a frm, and is a
good iavemeamnt Address B*
ca Cit BotelFPraakliatoe, L s