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Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton.
VOLUME 5. HA,,' ,~;, ,a,-:;,,; :;:,m....l FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914 NUMBER 31
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OCCUPAU ION ISSELU IG
XTHERE ARE IN TME
UNITED STATS
155,524 HOUSEKEEP0tt
WHERE THEY SHINE
Here is where the women of the nation naturally be
long. This is the store where many of the requirements
of good housekeeping may always be found in good as
sortment, of durable quality and at correct prices. You
won't go astray if you come our way.
BABINGTON'S DRUG STORE
(Incorporated,)
Premium List of the 1914
Washington Parish Fair.
Cattle and Horses.
Best 18 month colt, I. J. Green:
suckling colt, J. L. Bateman;
mule 2 1-2 years old, W. N. Cor
kern; stallion colt, W. P. Bulloch;
mare colt, Shelton Bateman;
mare over three years old, W. H.
Bickham; Jersey bull calf under
three years old, R. L. Burris;
match team horses H. W. Powell;
stallion over three years old, Geo.
Rester; jersey bull over two years
old O. C. Stratman; shorthorn
bull, Dr. W. J. Jones; shorthorn
bull calf, Joe Magee; heifer calf,
J. E. Bateman; suckling mule
colt, J. M. Fussell; Jennett, My
ford McDougall; one bull cow and
two heifers, M. M. Magee.
Sheep.
Best ram, J. H. Corkern; Ewe,
Odell Foil.
Hogs.
Duroc Jersey boar, Dr. J. L.
Brock; duroc jersey sow and pigs.
Dr. J. L. Brock: Tamworth boar,
Fussell; heaviest hog J. M. Fas
sell',`.I. C. sow, J. P. Wood; Es
sex boar, T.IM. Babington; Es
sex sow, T. M. Babington; Po
land china sow, Dr. M. Bateman;
berkshire sow, Albert Baham;
poland china boar, Lawson Bate
man.
Farm Produce.
Greatest variety farm produce,
M. M. Magee; best displyy of
hay, Warren Wilkes; best variety
of sweet potatoes, W. H. Bick
ham; best variety irish potatoes,
F. F. Bateman.
Mr. Cornelius Doremus, who
could not compete for prizes on
account of being manager of the
poultry department, had three
pens of fine chickens: three cap
ons seven months old; four white
orpington pullets; and a pen of
barred plymoth rocks, all home
raised.
Poultry.
White leghorn pullet, first and
second prizes Dr. M. Bateman;
pair, Mariella Cottongim first and
Dr. M. Bateman second; trio Dr,
M. Bateman; pen Ray Magee.
White orpington pullet, J. I. Gar
rett, cockeral, Mrs. D. R. John
son; trio J. I. Garrett. second M1rs.
D. R. Johnson; wyandotte pullet,
Mrs. W. J. Jones; pair, Mrs. M1
W. Ott, trio, disqualified, trio
Mrs. W. J. Jones second; silver
laced wyandotte, trio, J. H. Cor
kern; Rhode Island red, cockeral
Warren Wilkes first, Warren
Wilkes second, trio, Warren
Wilkes; buff plymouth rock, trio
E. W. Metz; barred plymouth,
pair J. H. Dickinson, trio J. H.
Dickinson; buff cochin bantam,
pair Mouton Bickhbm; pekin
ducks, pair Jno. R. Wood first,
Escoe Barnes second, pen of four
Jno. R. Wood, pen disqualified;
Indian ranner dncks,W. C. Wood,
pen W. C. Wood; toulonse gees",
pair Arnold Simmons; pearl
guineas, pair Hugh Burris;
Boy's Corn Club.
Premiums awarded Corn Club
Boys for most profitable crop:
First Ward- Euston Kemp first,
W. A. Fricke second; Second
Ward-Archie and Floyd Miller,
first, J. L. Bickham second;
Third Ward-Tate Magee first,
Madison Bateman third: Fourth
Ward-T. C. Brooks first, Otis
Fussell second, Purcell Knight
third; Fifth Ward-Luther Crain
first.
Girl's Canning Club.
Premiuns awarded Tomato
Club Girls.
First Ward-Annie Fricke
first; Second Ward-Taunton
Wilkes; Third Nellie Bateman,
Fourth Ward-Lillian Mason;
Fifth Ward-Ida Crain first,
Grace Seal second.
Ladie's Department.
Embroidered sofa pillow, Ban
non Babington; painted sofa pil
low, Emma Mizell.
Embroidered scarf for dresser,
Mrs. Sadie Bateman, Lucille
Magee second; embroidered scarf
for table. Mrs. T. T. Stockstill,
second Mrs. J. I. Waller; center
piece Mliss Lucy Wadsworth, sec
ond Mr-. A ia Babington; cro
lhet,'d tal.' scarf IMrs. . B.
\V, l!k. º'. s,',, ,;,d )Mrs. M. W . Ott,
1;. t co,llt' ction cro,,thet, Lucy
\V'aols'xrti , second M1rs. Ada
I:alingt,mn: ,(ptracoat, MIrs W.
C. W\,d; ,r.broideret -lip 1Mi-s
Eva Magc, second Stella Ma
ge,, Ietti,'oat Lucille Magee;
night gown Mrs. Norma Babing
ton, second Stella Mag,'e; corset
cover Mrs. ('lotilde Simmons,
second Hazel Richardson; collar
and cuff set Miss Ivy Bickham.
pillow cases Mrs. Louie Varnado,
second Lucille Magee; most
handsome piece of crochet Mrs.
J. L. Magee; best tatting Mrs.
H, C. Murphy; drawn work Mrs.
Noel Bickham; laundry bag Mrs.
W. J. Jones; babyhood Mrs. S.
Bateman; best punchwork Miss
Ellen Bal,ington; best collection
embroideries Lucille Magee; em
broidered window shades Miss
Malissa Alford; baby coat Mrs.
Wilton Wood; baby dress, Mrs.
Nell Greenlaw ; embroidered dress
Hazel Richardson: exhibits of
beads Mrs. Asa Jenkins; set of
embroidered napkins Mrs Robt.
Batbington; apron W\llie 'Pearl
Foil; embroidered slippler. Eloise
Richardson. best basket Miss
Lucy Wadsworth; quilt Mrs. F.
M. Brown, second Mrs. F. 11.
Brown; best rug Allie .Manning:
.bed spread Mrs. J, S. Brock br.;
old style hat Mrs. Geo. Welch:
fancy basket willow work Mrs.
Asa Jenkins; one sculptor's east
of Pudarnsky, Miss D) .'a. Hu
galusa; one Ihan&si de .. .. fur
nished house,. thoe ii ai.. ',rth
grude. Bog i usa.
Domestic Science Depaitm..nt.
Marlle cake Mrs. J. E. Bate
man; white cake Myra Foil, sec
and J'sse Bat, mn'i: lmon :
Jesse lo( d, , e , . ';
Babington; b.iscui. . .ie .I it -
man first, Jessie liu',d; brl're.
Mrs. W. J. Jl1, es; best bulttr
Mrs. W. H. l;ikbhain, second Mrs.
L. A. St. Cyr.
Ferns.
Best palm ,Mrs. Ada Babington;
Norfork pine Lela Magee, col
lection ferns Stella Magee, seco
ond Mrs. Louis B1rw,; cut flow.
ers Mrs. W. J. Jonlls, sreo,ild
Mrs. M. J. Ricks.
Canned Fruits Etc.
Best canneI -trawe,. is \r .
Minnie Wilks; i,laciberriis \hs.
M. M. Magee, cannedl pea:-i a
Mrs. M. M. Magee, second Mrs.
W. H. Bi3kham;sour picklesMrs.
M. M, Magee, second Mrs. M. W.
Ott; sweet pickles Mrs. Alice
Foil, second Mrs Minnie Wilkee;
tomatoes, Mrs. W. H. Bickham:
tomato catsup Mrs. W H.Knight,
apple jelly Mrs. Ada Babington;
scuppernong and muscadine jelly
Mrs. D. R. Johnson; crabapple
jelly Mrs. W. H. Knight; collec
tion of fruits Mrs. J. M. Fussell,
second Mrs. W. H. Knight; figs
Mrs. T. E. Bennett; strawberry
jam Mrs. W. H. Bickham;honey
MIrs. J. M. Fussell; hard soap
Mirs. S. :,I. Cooper; soft soap
\irs. J. H Crkern; variety of
rliits aind v,-getabies Mrs. W. H.
Inightl; sec,lol best apple jelly
.. t. JuiIhssu; secowd can.
. ,: .rri*s ,rs. A1.l.iie
k-i: I best crabapple
t.o, tries ,i-t H . 1'. Knight.
Schod Department.
As p-r inunouncemrent in the
fair catalogue, prizFs were to be
awarded win r u.rs for first aind
S-' . (~COI ; ,. Il' er ' ,I
hibit,, thi ue t .c ,+ t- t  an l t -
al'y ev(.ntS.
Ibelow is \'n'll albrief -nnoirnuarv
shl.,iAni thte number tI' lit: t and
-:e ntd plItM"' ,ll 1,v each I'h)ol.
S"ehr< e ,) ,ii it---lI',,r- . six
Iratkii:tor--i ti- ii. i. ivt
4ecund ;i,,t ( .
Athletic tVtiits--A )llie t ,.
first and one second piace, i,.
galusa three second places,Frank.
liuton twelve first and six second
places, Isabel two se cond places.
Literary events-Bogalusa six
first places and two sccond,
Franklinton five first and one
second place, Isabel one first and
eight second places, Spring liill
one second place, State Line one
first place.
Best and Cheapest.
For Constipation, Biliousness, Head
ache, Royaline Liver Regulator is best
and cheapest. 15c. Mone, back plan.
* POULTRY AND EGGS
Bought from the Farmer
and Sold to the Consumer
I FOR SPOT CASH.
See C. DOREMUS at PEOPLES DRUG CO.
EGGS AND' POULTRY
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TLce only wey to
A get the gcnuine
' : j Home
Sewing Machine
j; to buy the machine
. '.e name NEW
IO.:_ on the arm
.d is the legs.
i.:.; machine is
w ar:an.c1 for all
time.
c c::cr like it
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Reliable Dealer, Wanted in This
Territory.
Deposits guaranteed dollar for dollar.
Member of regional system of United States.
Only Bank in this immediate section
with deposits guaranteed.'
We are gaining new accounts each day,
which shows the people prefer a Bank with
deposits guaranteed.
Watch our deposits grow!
Columbia Bank,
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