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Brief Mention of Local and Personal
Happening. of The Week.
'RANKLTNTON LA, JAN. 16, 1913
Zack Lee of Bogalusa visited
J. C. Rimes of Tylertown was
in town Tuesday.
M. W. Ott spent a few days in
New Orleans last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Simmons
visited Tylertown Sunday.
NOTICE-I am applying for
pardon. Felber Crow.
Mrs. Gann of Bogalusa, visited
Mrs. G. W. Goodbee this week.
Well! Well! Thp Great Xmas
Sale at the Boston Store is still
H. D. Ott of Bogalusa, spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Ott.
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Jones were
Crescent City visitors the first
of the week.
Bargains were never so great
as now at the Big Sale at the
Mrs. L. D. Greenlaw has just
recovered from a very stubbornt
attack of La Grippe.
Mr. and Mrs. Lippencott re- r
turned Saturday from a two l
weeks stay in New Orleans. ,
The next attraction in the t
Lyceum Course is Prof. Charles t
Lane, Humorist, January 22nd. '
Edward Hamilton, of Winn,
Ark., was a week-end guest of it
his niece, Mrs. Robt. Babinrton. ci
Everybody take notice! The r
great Christmas Sale at the
Boston Store will close January el
Mrs. Robert Babington enter
tained a few friends at 6 o'clock f
dinner Friday in honor of Mrs. re
M, W. Ott. of
\ Mrs. R. D. Bickham and two w
little daughters of Bogalusa, in
were guests Friday ,of Mrs L. wi
W. McDougall. an
Free reading privilege is given
to patrons who occupy the tables Ti
in the refreshment! department to
of Peoples Drug Co, ch
Mrs. H. Bilbo after a visit to fo
her family in Slidell, returned 19
home Friday, accompanied by da
her sister Miss Nellie Seymore no
who will make a visit here of
Ollie Magee returned last week
from Texas, where he had been w
visiting his brother Wood who in
was quite sick with typhoid St
fever. Olie reports his brother m;
very m'&ch improved Co
Dally newspapers, magazines he
etc, cor'stantly on sale, and or- P"
ders takei' for any publication, he
novels rented, and reading priv. ini
lege extended by, cil
Peoples Drug Co.
Miss Nelie Dobson carried her fi
mother to New Orleans Sunday, flr
' and placed her under the care of be
a specialist for medica] treat- an
ment. Specially encouraging a
reports have come back frown M1
them, and Mrs. Dobson hopes to th4
be able to return by the latter 19
part of the week. 19
Theistockholders of the Gor
nman Oil Company, met in annual
session on Monday and elected
the following offcers and board
of directors for the year 1913. offi
Dyson Booty, Presiden~t; F. M. thb
Brown, Vice-President; M, A. D
Thirpen, Secretary-Treasurer; at
J. L McDaniels, J. R. Moak,r
W. M. Burch and J. E, Sylvest. Po
LOST--Two mortgr.ge notes hel
numbers 11 and 12. for $50 each, for
dated Jan. 25, 1910, du e July 15 in
and August 15, 1911, bearing in
terest from maturity and signed
by T. J. 8imuons. . tho note of a
T J. Simmons for t he sum of SE
S100o, dated Mayi 25 1' 911, and due O
Nov 25, 1912. All parties are ma
hereby notified not -to negotiate %
4, O.L;Umal. aa
SK. 1. Bean, of Bogalusa, spent
SSunday with friends here.
1 NOTICE-I am applying for a
pardon. J. W. Burklhalter.
Dr, and Mrs. P. R. Bacot of
913 Varnado spent a few days here
:ed Now is the time to buy your
shoes at the big sale at the
Dr. J. C. Denman, who is now
located at Ramsey, spent Sunday
in with his family here,
Mrs. .J. L. Brock is convalcsc
ns ing now after a very trying ill
ness of three weeks' duration.
or Mesdames Wm. Stiringficld
W. and Monroe Pigott are visiting j
j their sister at Tvlertown this I
as The Grand Jury is still in ses- I
ill sion and are still handing out (
bills, having at the present writ- I
ing found 30 bills,
s. Prof. Chas. Lane is one of the a
most entertaining lecturers on I:
e the American Platform. Hear (
t him at the School Auditorium
it Superintendent of Education n
e D. H. Stringfield, left Sunday C
for Baton Rouge, to be in at- L
tendence at the Farmers Short
t Term Course which is being
n held there this week. h
Miss Sara Williamson, having d
- recovered from an illness which d
O lasted all through the hollidays, in
returned to Franklinton Sunday
e to resume her school duties, to
3 the great delight of her many F
warm friends here. v
Magazine readers who reside
F in the vicinity of 1'ranklinton M
can secure the same clubbing
rates through Peoples Drug
Company as they can any where at
else. Cash need not be paid till th
the magazines begin to arrive. th
Mr. and Mrs. McCreary and t
family are at home now in their
residence on the street just back
of the McCrcary store, having all
moved into their home last week. the
We gladly welcome this family gh
into our midst and hope they pr
will very soon feel at home tin
among us. da
NOTICE- Lost or stolen a
Time Certigcate of Depsit issued in
to me by the Farmers & Mer- col
chants Bank of Franklinton, La., Di
for $642.20 dated September 1'i,
1912 payable six months after ane
date. This is to warn the public ne;
not to negotiate for the same. caJ
3, D, Singley, on<
Angie, la. so0
Mrs. Dr. Wallace of Osyka ca1
was here several days last week
in the interest of her Daily Mi
Statc.. contest. Mrs. Wallace is bes
making a splendid run in thiis da:
contest and has some friends pri
here who are very much in sym- gitl
pathy with her. She went f~onm of
here to Bogalusa to puslh her Pr(
interests in that thriving little ofi
NOTICE-This is to notify all all
whom it may concern that the bei
firm of M. M. & E. L. Magee has I
been by mutual consent dissolved teli
and the affairs of the business sta
will now be conducted by M. M. lefi
Magee, who has taken over all his
the assets and assumed all liabil- his
ities. This 1st. day of January Pec
M. M. Magee, ani
E. L. Magee. pdi
Miss Francis Powell who has as
been stenographer in the law am
offices of Ott Johnson & Ott for Pav
the past two years, resigned her
position here to accept a position I
at her home in Bogalusa, in the the
Great Southern OffiRes. Miss voil
Powell made many friends dur- Void
ing her stay here who will miss woi
her greatly, but who are hoping the
for the greatest success for her ing
in her new work. are
STOPS PAIN-DEALS9 WOUNDS. ble
'ROYALINE OIL is a GOOD PAlI wol
MEDIOINE as wellas a OOOD ANTI
SEPTIC. Its greater strength gives it for
GREATER POWER to ease pain. a.nd
side or outside, man cr beast; albo
makes itg o further, and therdfore fuii
give LAIfGBE VALUE FOR TIE pay
MONEY. Pleasant, clean. safe. 10o,
1ke, B0. Money back if not satis- to I
ent Mrs. W. P. Minckler is one of
our sick this week.
i a FOR SALE-One fine young
er. 0. I. C. boar. J. K. Johnson.
of Corn, on Saturday, January
ere 11th, to Mr. rnmd Mrs. L. Renard,
ur Only a few days more to at
he tend the Great Christmas Sale
at the Boston Store.
Dw Bargains in dress goods were
ay nlever so low as at the Big Sale
at thie Boston Store.
c- Mrs. Geo. Lacey of New Or.
I1- leans is visiting Mrs. Joe Magee
in. and other friends here.
Id Miss Irene Knight, we have
ig just learned, is quite ill at the
is hnImeof heraunt, Mrs.I. L. Pope.
Everybody is still doing it.
s- Doing what? Attending the
it Great Christmas Sale at the
t- Boston Store.
Dr. R. A. Stewart of Varriado,
1e and E. II. Chandler of Brook
n haven were registered at the
ýr Cottage Hotel Tuesday.
Booth Lowry says "Chas. Lane
is, unequivocally, the funniest
'n man I have ever heard talk.
V Others may amuse, but Chas.
t Lane convulses."
The unveiling of the monument
g of M. A. Smith, near Mt. Point,
has been deferred till a later
date which date will be definitely
decided at the next lodge meet
There will be no court held in
yFranklinton next week, and the
veniremen summoned for that
time will not report but will be vi
re-summoned at the regular .
1March term of court. iu
The Mothers' Club will meet th
at the school house on Friday, m
the 24th, at which meeting all th
the members and all who are in" he
terested, are urged to be present. Ce
Mrs. J. C. Denman, Pres. FI
Ethel Foil, who was accident. ca
ally shot with a 22 rifle during B(
the Christmas holidays, we are sc
glad to be able to state, is im- F
proving, having sat up a short Ta
time each day for the past few gu
A special jury term 6f court is dii
in session here this week, having Fr
convened Monday with the new
District officers in charge. His the
Honor J. B. Lancaster, Judge, vel
and J. Vol Brock, District Attor- thi
ney.There being more work than 4 i
can possibly be disposed of in Sc
oine week, all civil suits and also Ca
some criminal cases have been
carried over for the March term. by
A program on World Wide Gr
Missions presented by the Sun- sip
beams at the Baptist church Son- alv
day afternoon closed the week of goi
prayer held by the W. M. S. be. lin
ginning last Monday, A number the
of interesting programs were aw
presented and an unusual amount ref
of interest manifested through. cio
out the entire week, the ladies bol
all seeming to have been greatly ere
benefited by the service. Fri
H. E. Gayer, in response to a
telegram from Memphis, Tenn..
stating that his father was dying, pat
left Wednesday morning with Wt.
his little son, Aubry, to attend
his father's death bed. The
people of Franklinton sympathize u. I
with Mr. Gayer in his distress
and most of the citizens have a N
po'rsonal feeling in the matter Ich
as the elder' Gayer lived long Dcf
among us and was peculiarly Toi
loved by the people all over the to
Invitations are being extended Lou
the young men who have singing 7t
voices and a desire to have their Pie
voices cultivated. A glee elub ^
would be quite a social adjunct to
the various societies now exist
ing here. It is known that there
are a few good voices among tbe
men who, if they would assem
ble under proper leadership,
would be in a position to sing . i
for rcveptions, social gatherings
and religious and other church
functions. The colimns of this
paper are open to all who care
to make-known their willingness
to organlse a glee club,
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PS .% I;
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We pil Fourr per coat interest, cmpeunded quarterly.
Farmers & Merchants Bank
!Franklinton High School's "In
vincible Five" defeated the Ty"
lertown team in thelocal gymnas.
ium. The game was a sensa
tional one from beginning to end,
the Tylertown team being picked
men from both school and town,
the High School's regular team
here being their opponents.
Cary Graves shot 15 goals for
Franklinton, his goal shooting
caused considerable comment.
Bob Magee and Fred Bateman
scoring the other points for
Franklinton. Noel Bateman and
Tom Graves did their part in
guarding their men preventing
goal shooting. Cary Graves,
Tom Graves and Robert Magee
did the sensational playing for
Franklinton. It seemed that the
Tylertown forces united against
these three men, and they were
very much disappointed when
the final score came, being 38 to
4 in favor of Franklintan High
School. They tried hard to put
Cary Graves. the star goal shoot
er, out but he was well assisted
by Robert Magee and Tom
Graves and never showed any
signs of weakness. Tom was
always on his man, preventing a
goal or scoring a ball for Frank
linton. Tall "Bob" often secured
the passing to Cary and thus
another goal. Barrett Simmons
refereed the game, and his de
clons were very satisfactory to
both teams. Simmons has ref.
ereed every game this year for
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For Headache, Indigestion, Conuti
pation, Biliousness. Beet and cheap
est. 1l' box to last about one month
I6c. M ney back if not satisfactory,
Notles of Pubnletlon.
Department of the Interior. 1
U. 8. Land Oce at Baton Rouge, La, C
January 11. 1912, (
Proof under Act Jane 6, s1912.
Notice is hereb ven that Max
Schmidt, of Rio, Louii , who, on
Dec. 2t 1 0. made Homestead Entry
No. 024, for lot No. 2 Section 2 3
Township 4 s. range 13., St.Helena
maeridan, has led notice of Ilntention
to make Three Year Proof, to estab
lish elaim to the land above described,
before Clerk of Court, at Franklinton, C
Louisiana, on the 34th day of Febrii E
~aimniat names as witnesses: L. P.
Pimere, . . Keaton, W. T. Paul and j
J. M. Altoibell, all of Rio, Louisiana.
Jorn P. NUTrrALL
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SCOOL i USIESS."E COIEG .
NEw ORLIANS, LA,
Iholdbe gj thltatttaluaýtoy
o2000 former itdteut. ote Collet
Is Are0wake, Practica 4 a sad Inc.
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Fourth Meeting Franklinton
Division Teachers' Institute
Saturday February 1, 1913.
9:00 A. M.-Opening Exercise
................Miss Rosa Gale.
Roll Call-Quotation from Lanier.
Model Recitation-Sixth Grade
Reading.... Miss Beulah Carter.
Sociology-Discussion Lead by
**......... J... A. Weakley.
Co-operation-D. H. Stringfield.
12:00 to 1:00 P. M.-..... Noon.
1:10 P. M.-Discussion of Model
Lesson in Reading.
The Teacher and the School
Discussion Lead.. J. E. Johnston.
Essential Qualifications of a
Teacher....... J. G. Chapman.
Assignments and Adjournment.
Every teach in the Parish is
cordially invited' to attend and
all of the teachers in this Divi
sion are expected to attend if it
is possible for them to do so.
Bank of Angie
Located at Anei.' Louisiana,
Report furnished to the State Exam
ner of Banks by the above
Bank at the close of busi
ness on Dec. 18, 1912.
Loans secured by mortgage 422,943 63
Other bonds, stocks, securi
ties, etc.................. 2.663 09
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures.............. 5,00 00
OtherReal Estate Owned.... 2,478 96
Due from bank. and bankers 20,075 27
Checks and other cash items 180 45
Gold coin................ 150 00
Silver, nickel and copper
coin................ 443 41
National bank note. and all
Issues U,. . Govt............. 3,314 00
Suspense Account......... 14 3
Capital stock paid in......8 15,000 00
Surplus ...,,.............. 2,00000
Undivided Profits less ex
penses and Taxes paid 1,331 69
Individual deposits, subject
to check...... ........ 16,951 93
Time certificates of deposit. 8,508 93
Demand certificates of
deposit ............. 288 97
Cashier's checks outstanding 6009 64
Bills Payable.............. 13,320 00
Total.......... 8 58,011 16
State of Louisiana,
Parish of Washington,
I. W. W. Warner, President and I,
R. V. McCarty, Cashier of the above
named Bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best
of my kncwledge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 27th day, of Dec., 1912.
F. N. K. ADAMs
Terms of Court.
Fourth Monday in February
Second Monday in May
First Monday in July
First Monday In Decemwber
Fourth Monday in March ,
Second Monday in November
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Our Little Boy of
A family can ser o peater
lliction than to have a child sub.
ject to its or epilepsy. Many a
father or mother would give their
nia to restore such a child to Health.
lam heartily glad to telly of
our little bop who was completely
cared of its. He commenced b,.
Ingthem at so yearsof age and had
them for fnur years. I tried th ee
doctors and one specialist but lof
them said he could not be cured,
but Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerine
and Dr.Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills
made a comptete cure. He is now
hale, hearty and gay. It has beia
threeyearsalnce he had the last splL
I shall ive Dr. iles' medicines
prase wherever I go. You are at
liberty to use this letter as you see
it and anyone writing to me I will
adly answaer if they enclose stamp
H.D BOGUE, Windfall, lad
Dr. Miles' Nervine
is just what it is represented to be,
a medicine compounded especially
for nervous diseases, such as fits.
spasms, St. Vitus' dance, convul.
sions and epilepsy, These diseases
frequently lead inanity of Cause
weak minds. Dr. Miles' Nevinec
has proven most efective in reliev
ing these dreaded maladies.
Sold byall druggists. If the first battle
maste benefit your money s returned.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Ekuart mod.
Itis a very sarous matter to ask
dr one medicine and have the
wrong one give y.ca For this
season we urge you In buying to
be eelul to get the genuie
The reputation of this ol, 'rmIa
bis medicine, for eonstlpation, in.
sad liter trouble, is rm.
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