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00 Per Year. Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. $2.00 Per Y
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d sle Hammond to Alma Dil
prey Mitchell to addie Single.
,Bogalus a. on
g;'Pittman to Pansy Balaskie, g
1a0ry Bennett to Viola Gale, on
slmer Roger to Mary Morris,
j C. Rester to Marie Adams, eo
d~a~ McKenney to Mariah 29
Wsrd. M. Adams, Jackson.
Fla., to Lucille Mackie, Bo. P,
A, C. Williams, Zona, to Amy l
osie Warren to Jessie Burk- E
Iphen Moore to Edna Tho
, Franklinton. B
SE. Briggs, Kansas City, Mo., in
jbise Strokes, New Orleans.
. E. Pope, Angie, to Bessie B
ue, Varnado, La. in
,W. King to Nancy Smith',
1Will Roberts, Angie, to Anpie C
en Cooper to Lillian James, F
r A. Ball, Angie, to Mildred
3B. Curry to Victoria Lee,
rlie Earl to Mattie Brook.
n Baham, Franklinton, to F
May Miller, Mt. Hermon.
m. Bingley, Columbus, Mise.,
eva Rester, Varnado, La.
m. M. Fareman, to Ruby J.
os W. Knight to Lucy
er Adams to Laura Nobles,
Biokham to Effie Warner,
rbert A. Bickham, Warner
to Alberta Valliant, Mt. Her.
abans are the world's champ
sugar eaters. Tie annual per
ta consumption of the repub
112 pounds. Australia's per
ta secnsumption is 100 pounds.
hyear Americans use more
r, the per capita consumption
ving increased from 50 pounds
01885 to 90 pounds in 1921.
Same Labor Same Seed
- U Dollars
Increase your yield. Make more money Put fer
Rtilizer on your fields, and you will have two or three
inmes more dollars at the end of the year than you
tkyested in your crop. You have got to spend just
amuch on seed. You have got to work just a&
b:td. You have got to pay just as big a rent. If
you can spend a few dollars for fertilizer and make
.dDuble the crop, isn't it good business? Other farm
.es are using Bull DogBrandFertilizer and are nsaký
\ng more money. Use it in 1922.
ASK FOR FREE BOOKLET
S. American Cotton Oil Company
:Grtna Fertilizer Plant ,.
PO. an 900o New Or..a., Ls,
b. S 0
Real Estate Deals.
L. E. Schilling to J. W. Schil
ling, 35 acres of land, Sec. 17-1- tf
9, $900. E
Wm. Bailey to Wm. Granger, D
one acre of land in Sec. 11-3-13, m
Wm Granger to W. G. Dorsey, B
one acre of land in Sec. 11-3-13, of
Joe Messina to Leon Fontano, 3,
lot10, block 1, in S E. Richard. in
son Addition to Bogalusa, $20. 0(
A. L. Morgan to R. M, Ritchey, w
296 acres of land, Sec. 15-3.13, bi
Bogalusa Lodge No. 1338, B.
P. O. E. to J. H. Cassidy, a lot of 1;
land situated in Northeast Boga. 71
lusa, $1000. b
J. H. Cassidy to Bogalusa it
Lodge No. 1338 B. P. O. E., lots 1
26, 27, 28, 29 and 30, block 64, 1
First State Bank to Lillie G. n
Blanchard, a lot of land situated p
in City of Bogalusa, $30,000.00. p
First Statd Bank to Lillie (1. 1
Blanchard, a lot of land situated 5
in City of Bogalusa. p
R. Blanchard to First State
Band, a lot of land situated in 6
City of Bogalusa, $1000. i
Great Southern Lumber Co., to d
First State Bang, a lot of land in s
City of Bogalusa, $1500.
W. D. Magee and wife to Mrs. e
Bertha G. Stafford, a portion of
land, Sec. 3.4.11 and headright d
L. A. Pierce to R. C, Breland,
lot 3, block 20, of the L. A. (
Pietce addition to Bogalusa, $140. i
J. W. Caraway to Dr. C. F.
Amacker, lot 1, block 57, in the I
City of Bogalusa, $3750.00.
G. W. Seal to Mrs. K. Seal, lot
260 and 261 in Village of Varna
H. G. Johnston to Consolidated
Gravel and Supply Corporation,
inc., a certain tract situated near
Varnado, La., $44,000.
I. M. Duncan to Lampton Bros.,
Co., Sec. 35.1-9, $1200.
M. W. Ott to J. H. Helmers to
P. W. Lindsley, a portion of land
in headright 45-3 12 and See. 45.
Great Southern Lumber Co., to
er D. R. Johnson a lot of ground in
S-Northwest Bogalusa, $1500.
Sill HIerring to N. B. Ford, lot
* 31, Village of Angle, $200.
n Tanlac, the celebrated medi
ds cine, is sold by Babington's Drug
l)ecemnber Cotton Report. New
The Crop ReportingE Board of
the Bureau of Markets and Crop Der
Estimates of the United States Treas
Department of Agriculture eati- far eý
mates, from the reports of the the S
correspondents and agents of the sury
Bureau, that the total production ver,
of cotton in the United States for Gene
the season 1921-22 will amount to he ha
3,989,403,000 pounds (not includ- grapl
ing linters), equivalent to 8,340,- 150 fi
000 bales of 500 pounds, gross callin
weight (478.3 pounds lint and 21.7 the S
bagging and ties estimated per deno
500-pound gross weight bale.) 81,00
Total production in 1920 was Th
13439,603 bales; in 1919, 11,420,- on a
763 bales; in 1918, 12,040,532 been
bales; in 1917, 11,302,375 bales, first
in 1916, 11,449,930 bales; in 1915, officE
11,191,820 bales; and in 1914, have
,16,134,930 bales. the 4
The average weight per run- 8100
ning bale is estimated at 497.8 certi
1 pounds gross, compared with 506.4 year
pounds in 1920, 504.2 pounds in held
1919, 505.6 pounds in 1918, and the r
505 0 pounds, the average for the nuns
preceding five years. One
z Reports of the Bureau of Mar- the :
kets and Crop Estimates do not be 1
include "linters", which are a pro. pres
o duct obtained at mills from the Tree
seed. The production of "lint- ever
ers" is about 8.6 per cent as much aboi
I as the lint production. poul
f The toIal production in Louisi- limi
ana in 1921 is estimated at 295,- ed f
000 bales; total production in 1920 vale
I, was 387,663 bales; in 1919, 279- any
681 bales; in 1918 587,717 bales; T
I" in 1919, 638,729 bales; in 1916, nfl
443,182 bales; in 1915, 341,063 tific
e bales. The five year average of posI
production is 461,674 bales. Pos
)t The average pricea paid in try
t" Louisiana in 1921 was 15 cents new
per pound and in 1920 a little less, Poe
ýd 14.8 cents per pound. and
ir Auction and Sale to be Held sup
Farmers Week. tior
A beef cattle sale and corn
to auction will be the features on him
id the closinrg day of the State Corn chi
Show and Farmers' Week at the i
Louisiana State University, Jan
to uary 9-14, 1922.
in The corn sale will be in charge
of F..W. Spencer, corn , club
lot agent of the University extension
department, who has asked grow
ers of the leading varities of seed
i- corn to bring five bushel samples
ug of ear corn to the show. It ip
thought that with such a large
a number of prominent farmers and
breeders present a great deal of
good seed corn will be sold, and
many orders booked for future
The consignment sale of beef
cattle will be handled by C. C.
Chapman, beef cattle specialist of
the University extension division,
who states that a great deal of in
terest has been taken by growers
of the three leading beef cattle
breeds. It is expected that a large
number of cattle will change
hands. Mr. Chapman is of the
opinion that there was never a
more propitious time to buy pure
bred beef cattle, as a foundation
herd can be secured at half the I
price the animals are worth.
According to estimates of the I
conptroller of the treasury,Amer
ioan savings banks deposits now
total $6,500,000,000, as against
5300,000,000 before the World
War. But in the last year there
has been a decline of billion dol- .
lars. The government is paying
almost a billion dollars a year in
terest on Liberty and Vidtory
Bonds, and thirty-two million
dollars a year interest on war
Shipment of buggies just re
New Treasury Certificates
Demand for the new issue of -
Treasury Savings Certificates has
far exceeded the expectati,)ns of 11
the Saving Division of :he Trea- t
sury Department. W. Irving Glo. gt
ver, Third Assistant Postmaster ar
General, announced today that
he had received requests hy tls -
graph and mail from more than
150 first and second class offices
calling for additional supplies of
the Saving Certificate of the three
denominations of $25, $100 and is
The new certificates are issued ai
on a discount basis, and have rt
been placed on sale in the 800
first-class and 2800 second class g
offices. The selling prices which ir
have been announc-d are S.) for a
the $25 certificates, $8) for the
8100 and 8800 for the $1.000. The
certificates will mature in five °
4 years from date of sale, and if P
a held to maturity yi-l i interest at
I the rate of about 4 1-2 % per an
e numi, compounded semi annually. v
One of the attractive features is t
- the fact that the certificates can a
t be redeemed at any time upon
ý. presentation and surrender at the
e Treasury Department, and in that c
- event yield interest at the rate of
h about 3 1.2% per annum, com
pounded semi-annually. The
- limit of holding has been increas
. ed from $1,000 to $5,000 maturity
0 value of certificates purchased in
ý. any one calendar year,
The Postoffice Department an
nounces that the new issue of cer
33 tificate will be on sale in 12,000
ýf postoffices before January 1, 1922.
Postmasters throughont the coun
in try are most enthusiastic over the
t new securities, third assistant
Postmaster General G(lover said,
and the Stamp Division with its
large staff of clerks is kept busy
Id supplying the demands for addi
tional supplies of the certificates.
The Cruc'al Test.
A man isn't really henpecked until
n his wife can make him go upstairs and
rn change his socks after he has put on
he his hat to go out.-Arkansaw Thomu
* Indigestion U:
Many persons, otherwise 0 1
Srvigorous and healthy, are U
Sbothered occasionally with fl
g Indigestion. The effects of a 0
disordered stomach on the
system are dangerOUs, and
prompt treatment ot indiges- U
tion is important. "The only
medicine I have needed has
been something to aid diges
tion and clean the liver,"
writes Mr. Fred Ashby, a
McKinney, Texas, farmer.
"My medicine is U
° Thedford's I
for indigestion and stomach *
trouble of any kind. I have
never found anything that U
* touches the spot, like Black
Draught. I take it in broken
0 doses after meals. For a long U
time I tried pills, which grip.
ed and didn't give the good
* results. Black.Draught liver 0
Smedicine is easy to take, easy
to keep, inexpensive."
GOt a package from your
druggist today-Ask for and
* insist upon Thedford's-the 1
I, John Sutton, having been
convicted on a charge of murder
without capital punishment on
June 25, 191C and sentenced to
the State Penitentiary, expect to
make application for a pardon be.
fore the Pardon Board of this states
General News In Brief.
Wolf Lindenfeld, held in in Po.
land for inmplicity in the Wall tl
street bomb outrage, denied his ii
guilt and said revenge caused his C
Rishop Henry Clay Morrison of
the Methodist Episcoipal Church, c
South once of New Orleans, died E
at Leesburg, Fla. c
Representative Aswell of Louis. r
iana scored the proposed anti
lynching bill as uncostitutional, t
and declared it wiuld inucite mob I
The Mississippi Supreme Court
granted a sup-rsedea in the fire
insurance cases, the verdict being
a victory for the companies.
Attorney General Daugherty
ordered a federal probe of retail
prices in food, fuel, shoes and
Six Gulfport, Miss., residents
were rescued near the mouth of
the Rio, Grande river after being
adrift on a yacht eight days.
Wreaths of Christmas holly
were laid on ihe graves of all uni
dentified American dead.
Continuation of an American
force in Haiti was urged unani.
mously by the Senate committee
Bolivia demanded of Chile that
Chile and Peru, in solving their
geographical dispute, allow Boli
via free access to the sea.
Colbuel Henry Watterson, fam.
ed editor of the old school, died
in Florida after a brief illness.
t Eugene V. Debs was released
from prisoh and left for Wash.
* ing to see Attorney Daugherty.
Dr. A. C. Smith
Office Over Washington Bank
8:00 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.
SBring in the Pass Book$
$We Sent You and Join
$Our Christmas Club $
$ Pennies or Dollars Will Put You in Our Christmas Club $
Every man or woman can easily spare some money from
their earnings each week, and when that money is deposited P
in our Christmas Club it soon counts up, and next Christmas
you will have a nice sum to your credit.
There is onuly one sure way to accumulate money, and
$ that way is by making regular deposits. Our Christmas Club
is a system for depositing a specified sum of money regularly $
I$ Come in and join today. Bring in your first deposit now:
S$ l, 2c, 5c, 10o, 250, 500 $
D $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, or more.
Deposits to be made weekly or in advance.
SWashington Bank & Trust Co.
FRANKIlNTOON, BOGALUSA, ANGIE, IA. $
r Capital, Surplnus and Lndivided Profits
to Over Ninety Thousand Dollars.
FlU stock of LeI Ulake for asloe at The Ew a s4etr omaa
No state had power to prohibit
the courts from enjoining picket
ing during strikes, the Supreme
Court held in deciding an Arizo
The government won its suit to
compel members of the American
Hardwood Manufactures' Asso
ciation to cease monopolistic
Treasury officials announced
that business conditions in the
United States and Europe showed
Seven negroes and one white
man were reported killed and a
score of persons injured when a
tornado struck Clarkedale, Ark.
President Harding granted cle
Smency to Eugene V. Debs and
twenty three others, effective
Governor Parket granted par
dons to several convicts upon re
g commendation of the State Par
The outstanding Liberty bonds
increased in market value nearly
$1,750,000,000 during 1921, it was
S Sixteen persons were reported
e dead and scores injured when a
tornado swept North Louisiana
at and Mississippi Saturday.
r Governor Parker announced he
1 would propose, if necessary, that
the state construct gas pipe lines
- as public utilities.
d The Dail Eireann suspended
debate on the British till January
ed 3, the vote showing a majority in
*i favor of ratification.
Purchases of 20,000,000 worth
_ of food for starving Russians un
der the congressional appropria
tion would begin at once, Seor.
tary Hoover said.
All makes and bal syl $B16 u . SoJ that were
userodand l b the. 1 Oov't. Duarlu.
8tate your need aMd we will deouibe and quote.
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