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Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton.
VOLUME 5. ,R.\N*,,rN ,,WER,.. r*TAM..l.D IRNH,. FRANKLINTON, LA., TURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1914
W'AHIING(;TON" I-EA)ERe ITAIIIJN NIIx .)045.
OCCUPATION IS SELL
VJpURE DRUG G
THERE ARE IN THESE
UNITED STATES
31,242 CONFECTIONERS
22,023 - 9,219
MALES 71 FEMALES
MAKERS OF SWEETS
These are the people who make the sweets, that we
buy for people who enjoy such treats. We carry only the
best confections, those that are made under the most
sanitary conditions, and by high grade operations as
shown above. The big bats indicate that the factory is
up-to-the minute, insuring a first class product. TRY
OUR CHOICE CONFECTIONS!
BABINGTON'S DRUG STORE
(Incorporated.)
The Fair of 1914 a Record
Breaker For Attendance.
Special Train from Bogalusa Brought Many Visitors
Buggies, Wagons, Horses and Automobies Came
From Every Section, Swelling the Number of Happy
Faces-The Town-People Heartily Thanked For Their
Cordial Welcome-Hon. W. H. Sullivan Spoke Elo
quently to the Vast Throng-Permanency of the Fair
Association Now Assured.
The fourth annual holding of a
Fait in Washington Parish thru
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
of last week, was the event of the
year.
The biggetit crowd in attendance,
and most orderly, numbering, ac
cording to conservative estimates,
to be between 2,500 and 3,000
persons. Bogalusa sent a special
train of nearly 400 and partiopat
el. heartily in the programs of the
occasion. Thursday was Instal
lation Day when exhibitors placed
their articles, animals and pro
ducts in booths, stalls and cages
for exhibition. Friday was Edu
cational Day when the largest
attendance ever seen in the town
gave cheer to everybody. Satur
day was Dissembling Day when,
after the awards, the exhibitors
began to remove their properties.
Never before, in the history of
the town, within the recollection
of the oldest inhabitant, was
there so much hand-shaking,
so many articles exhibited, so
mapypersons made happy, so
. Jusiness done. Resolutions
were heard on every, side that
this town should permanently
organize for perpetual celebra.
tions where the resourcefulness
of the parish can be so amply
displayed and the industrious far
mere declared themselves ready
to co-operate with the merchants
in making future fairs equal if
not superior to this. Mr. Sulli
van, of Bogalusa, who kindly ac
cepted and invitation to address
the people there assembled on the
Fair Ground, dubly filled the va
cancies caused by the unavoida.
ble absence of Hon. J. B. Lan.
caster and Hon. Harry Wilson,
who had been expected to be here
as orators, by a most eloquent
specc laudatory of the achieve
ments of the Fair Association,
and commended the interested
ness and persistence of the man
agement in the face of many
odds; and heartily annouced, in
behalf of Bogalusa, that material
and enthusiastic help from the
Metropolis of the Florida Parish
es would be duly forthcoming
next year and hereafter. At this
writing we cannot do full justice
to the occasion of this Fair and
to those who labored for it. But
we can truthfully say there never
was so large a crowd with as
little complaining. The ,rair
simply went beyond all evpecta.
tions. Room was inadequate for
the exhibits; programs became
disarranged; refreshments on the
grounds gave out; but the people
kept coming and amusements
kept agoing. The grandstand
broke down with the weight of
the people seated thereon; the
babies for the show were in
abundance; mothers were pres
ent anxiously waiting 'decisions;
twins and other curiosities were
there and no accident marred the
occasiln of any day. A few days
beI'ore the Fair opened it was
foundl necessary to build a house
for the Women's Department -
this was filled to overfl,)wing.
The exhibit of artistic fabric,
drawings etc., from Bogalusa
won encomiums from everybody.
Rare specimens of handiwork and
evidences of domestic culture
were observed with in tense in
terest and delight. Live stock
department contained fine speci.
mens of excellent qualities in
kine, swine and equine, as well
of bulls and rams. The
Agricultural Department was
chocked full. Many products of
the farm were there. One ex
hibit was said to have contained
57 different articles produced on
one farm. A huge cage contain
ing an aviary and specimens of
its products occupied a conspicu
ous place attracting attention
from everybody. It germinated
thoughts of sweetness as well as
afforded opportunity for facetious
comment as, when a young man
said to his girl, whom he was es.
corting, 'did you see that honey?'
She answered shyly "yes, dear."
Then the Poultry Department,
the enoouragement of which had
brought an abundance of eggs
and chickens for the table lately,
was overstocked. Twenty-two
cages had been provided but
nearly forty were needed.
Twelve fine breeds of fowls were
on exhibition besides a triplet of
capons, the most curiou, of them
all. Finally, we were let into
the rest room, a provision made
by a lady too diffident to pro
claim the honor of instituting it,
but who,e memory will forever
be cherished because of the com.
for, it afforded the wearyt mothers
and their tired children and babes.
(The editor disclaims writing
this.) For want of space the
narrative of the Fair must be
continued until our next issue.
SPOULTRY AND EGGS
Bought from the Farmer
and Sold to the Consumer
FOR SPOT CASH. D
SeeC. DOREMUS at PEOPLES DRUG CO.
5 EGGS AND POULTRY B
L,.WW. n.
Stops Pain, Heals Wounds.
Royaline Oil is STRONGER THAN
THE OTHER ANTICEPTICS. That
gives it GREATER POWER TO EASE
PAIN, inside or outside, man or beast.
Also makes it go further and give
LARGER VALUE 'OR THE MONEY.
That's why it wins everywhere over
everything, when people try it. It is
praised loudest by people who have
used it longest. It's different. You'll
like it better. Try it now. 10c, 25c,
o06. Money back plan.
Phone Nq. 47 for Cheap Feed
for Cash.
F. M. Brown's Feed Store at
the Farmer's Union Ware House
will sell you all kinds of feed
stuff at rock botiom prices.
Come and see for yourself.
The only way to
get the cgnuinc
fIt. Home
Sewing Machine
is to buy the machine
with the name NEW
HOME on the arm
and in the legs.
This machi.. Is
warranted for all
time.
r1o other like it
No other as good
The Nwl Home Sewing Machles Company,
ORANGE. MASS.
Reliable Dealer Wanted in This
Territory.,
e Raising ('aItle.
It is really amazin that the
Sroutmhern States have not long
ago taken up ,-.ttle raisin forl
Profit, and especiallly the Stnte
of L')uisinna, w''er' oevery need
ful condition is amn,'y vn(.t. It
I has already hen demnonstr:lted
beyond the peradventlure of a
doubt that Lmoisiana can raise as
tine corn as any other State in
the Union: certainly the condi
tions as to climate are vastily
more favorable than in many of
the great cattle raising States of
the North and Middle West, and
it is equally plain that, with all
the- year- round pasturage, cat
tle can be kept in condition upon
a much smaller outlay than in
many of those States where for
tunes are continually being made
in the business of growing beef1
cattle.-Sh reveport Journal.
Best and Cheapest.
For Constipation, Biliousness, Head
ache, Royaline Liver Regulator is best
and cheapest. 15c. Money back plan.
Notice to Tax Payers of
Movable Property.
Taxes for year 1914 on mov
able property is now due and de
linquent and must be paid on or
before November 1, 1914. After
that date I shall proceed to col
lect said movable taxes under
sections 45 and 46 of Act No.
170, 1ý9h- T, J. Simmons,
Sheriff & Ex-otlicio Tax Collector
Venire.
Grand Jurors.
No. Name Ward.
1. Buck Crow.... ........ 1.
.2. C. M. Sylvest.......... 1.
3. N.Y. Jones..........- 1.
4. Engene Banketon. ... 2.
5. E. A. Carter.. ........ 2.1
6. L. V. Bankton .. .... 2.
7, C.R. Mc.lanus........ 3.1
8. W . S. ~tringfield....... 3.
9. S. E. Morris......... . 3
10. Will Bateman.......... 3.
11. :Morgan Bankston...... 4.
12, Russell-Adams ........ 4.
13. J. M. Mitchell......... 4,
14. E. H. Hood............ 5.
15. Abram Adams ........ 5.
16. W . N.Crain...... .... 5.
17. M. N. Knight.......... 5.
18. W. N. Corkern....... 6.
19. J.1'P. Parker . .... ... 6.
20. L. E. Jinkins. ... .. .. 6.
I't it Ju Tiors.
No. Name Ward.
1. Leon Sylvest........... 1.
2. L. W . Ford ......... 5.
3. W. J. Corkern......... 6.
4. John M. Fussell....... 6.
5. A.L.Strahan.......... 1.
6. H.D. Ott..... ........ 4.
7. W. S. Burris........... 3.
8. Steve Sylvest.. ... .. 1.
9. Wilbur Tullos......... 5.
10. W.J. Kemp ........... 5.
11. J.T. Thigpen ......... 6.
12. M. A. Miller. ... ..... 2.
13. M. B. Hennesy......... 1.
14. C.M. Breeland........ 2.
15. Walter V. Burch....... 2.
16. Oscar Seal........... 5.
17. R. W. Knight.... ,.... 3.
18. Needham Baughman... 5.
19. M. C. Pool........... 3.
20. W. H. Jenkins......... 1.
21. J.J. Miller ....... 2.
22. C. L. Brumfield........ 2.
23. B. B. Williams........ 4.
24. T. M. Jones............ 6.
25. Angus Bankston....... 4,
26. A.M. Schillitng ...... 2.
27. Ben Graves............ 3.
28. Joe Nobles .......... 3.
29. A.G. Magee........... 3.
30. Mouton Bulloch....... 2.
I hereby certify that the above
and foregoing is a true and, cor
reet list of Grand and Petit
Jurors drawn for service at Nov.
ember Term of the 26th Judicial I
District Court of Louisiana for i
Washington Parish and accord- 2
ing to law. This 28th day of i
September, 1914
M. A, ThigpeD, lesrk, I
'Pork! Pork!
2000 Lbs, Per Week W:i!od
Mr. Farmer: Bring me your
pork dressed and delivered
at the Franklinton depot
Tuesday and Friday of each
week and get your pay on
the SPOT in CASH.
D. E. Sheridan.
Nleuhauser Bros., Slidell, La,
BUGGIES SURREYS SPRING WAGONS
We arm offering direct to the user, a line of reliable vehicles, that can
not he beat in the United States for the money.
EVERY ONE IS A BAR(;AIN:
Wheels made o(f split Hickory. selected stock, screwed rims: steel tires'
hardwood sills well seasoned and braced.
Axles long distance style, full wood capped.
Easy riding end springs.
Handsome Roomy Comfortable
Comfortable Farm-. $35
era' Buggy ... $
Nifty Stick-Seat 36
/ Buys., . 36
Stylish Panel Seat 36
Buggy, 36
'uto Seat Buggy 38
Twin Auto Seat 39
Bu y . ...
(;enuine Leather
Cushion and Back.
Splendid
Top
Buggies
$37.50
Up.
Write For Cut and Complete Description. Can
Make Immediate Shipment and Save You Money.
I THE MILLION ARTICLE STORE I
,M. MARX
COLUMBIA ROAD BO.ALUSA, LA.
i BUILDING MATERIAL
Sash, Doors, Transoms, Brick, Lime, Cement,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Lead, Shingles,
Corrugated and Paper Roofing
Bicycles and Supplies General Merchandise
A Complete Line of
BLACKSMITH SUPPLIES and SADDLERY
Telephone No. 150
We keep everything from a needle to an elephant
* OUR MOTTO:
SWe have it, will et it or it is not made
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