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t Setea ber 16, 1905.
.U. A .. D BRltt Palay a Grove,1 No. 21 MItee on the frst and third Saturdays ai the month, at 7:80 P. M., in the Masonic building. Covington, La. Jxo. L. Jrxnrme, Noble Arch. P. B. Ha m . Secretary. WEATHER REPORT. Nor Week endlng September. 14. 1905: Septermber Max. Min. Rainfall. 8.........94 75 9 .......... 9 72 1.80 10.......... 98 74 11..........91 71 .02 12 ........90 71. 18 ...... 92 71 14..... ..:.90 67 C. CHAMPAGNE, Observer. Mr. Jop. S. Claverie, the drug gist, left last Wednesday for Ke wanee. 1ll.' -* Mrs. John A. Todd, Sr, of Sh11 dell, spent last Monday in Cov ington, and paid us a pleasant visit. -* hiasissippi, with all her rigid quarantines, now has about as many '"infected" points as Louisiana. Reports from the countrv are td the effect that there is an unusually large crop of partridges and wild turkeys this year. Work is progreasing on the ap proache. to the new steel bridge, under the suipervilun of the con tractor, .r. Alt. Lacreix. -0 Mrs. E. Brand and Mr. and Mrs. Eug. L. Burgunder, Jr, of New. Orleans, are the guesti of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Schopp. -0 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Logan Belk~ap have returned from their sbort visit and wilf be at home to their friends after Sept. 19th. ' 'e Tippon.' sawmill, five miles west of t`ranklinton, wasfestroyed by fire, 'entadirng lost of $3000, with no inidii oe. The mill will eti rebuilt iat mce. ". t etertlsaiment for the beinefit of,;at. , B.. Library, .Tbuasday t w . ri irand ecess, both so .ioly. i.id'.aioially,:: and no Subat *a i n4oae asum was realized Mr. and miV. Lat.enge Bourt geos celebrateid the tenth anoiver4 : sary of . lr wedangy laet Monda d ngalht There wars a large number 5 of lti#t gited ts pres.ea, and mu. c a lo dn.n .c l rerealimens a , were Majoye4 unti late hour. Rev . rzeak Poole.- Johnson, pl St. Andre 's Church, New Or eins, bwill hold services in Christ Zplst al `Church, Covington, on a ay fi elitember 24: at II a. m. i eind p. in. All good people are A cortially iovited to attend. -I There wasa large attefndance at t the atrtsaiment given by Miss , $a1ie Kev# last -`Friday night. ,d h =ais ably assisted by Mr. Ike ii Sam s, Int o.sic sketches, and t Mr:. ,oi Solomon, , noted young ~, violist of Netw Orleans. MA. Joe .idest `and M Mr. Geo. Vitman, -of New Orleans, spent e S.unday st Oak Grove Cottage. t Mrse. J. lodest and little grand- t duSqhtear, larle Cassidy, of West f New:, Orleans, spent' Wednesday with Mrs Fisher. The triends of Miss Barbara Fisheri wilt be pleased to learn that she is convalesng. -a-I Mr. and lMrs. W. G. Evans are i the happy p rets of a fine son, born Ias$ s Ondro y. This is the fourth olhid, and be is* as proud of I lt as i.w .as ep the first made his I appntfaon '. Dr. C. Z. Williams, bealth ohi- i cer, reported r at a man employed in the work.of building of the New QOreans Great Northern Rsilrosd, and who oonapied a tent half a mile from FloreSailbe, died of yellow fever, Bat~da'1 olh- He had conm , frod New Orlean on August 28. and was taken sick on the 2d isolated to, 't: heg n s'..t-i artY,." e 7; , there was eghtl ao ght at ride ro epi's Landing, d .'leveatyiiz" andso # et get. The we*-hknown ~~Ph~ea Joo.b~~r Written for the FAxn Autumn. Thou hast come again with thy charms Illusive, And full of longings half understood; For thee the earth fings a spell exclusive Over the lake and through the wood, Thou doth fill the heart with a. wild desire Fr mi the trodden path's routine to stray, - And follow thy lead of phosphorus fire Over the hills and far away. Aye! well I listen unto thy pleading,. Leaving my work undone to play, For who could plod along unheeding The lure that lies in an Autumn day? -K. Asmi.. Slidell, La., Sept. 12, 1905. -a See the grand opening sale of Junes `& Picket, on the first page. -0 Mrs. John Peeples entertained her friends at Alton, La., on FrI day Sept. 8, it being her sixty-first t birthday anniversary, and received many presents. dter friends wished her many happy returns. Re tfreshments of ice cream, cakes, tea and punch were served. An enjoyable time was spent by all who had been invited. Music was rendered on the piano by Miss Haydee Grisai, Miss Carrie Sulli van, Mr. Malcolm Hoffman and Prof. F. C. Viavant, by which they danced till a late hour. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Rondeau, Mr. Robert (risai, Eddie Grisai, Mrs. Muyromma, Miss Bertha Dusse, Messrs. Herbert and Victor Bero, Mr. and Mrs. Roche, Mr. George Soulabere, Mrs. G. N. Marshall and family, Miss Fannie Pqtit, Mrs. Adehne Petit, Mrs.e, Marie Dumas and family, Mr. Rene Pel letier, Mrs. Dinkeldein, Miss Oddly Gaillard, MissEllen Chevie, Mrs. -Brontain and Mr. and Mrs. William Magnon. -0 Colored Educational Mass Meeting. A movement has been on foot for some considerable time at Coving ton, under the auspices of an or ganlsatiOn among the colored peo ple, called the Public School Col ored Association, to erect a school house. Two mass meetings have been recently 'held at de Bliptist and Methodist Churches, in' which the following distinguished gentlemen delivered most profound apd whole some addresses: Hon. Jos. B. lJan caster, District Attorney;. Mr. Harvey E. Ellis and Mr. W. G. Evans, Parish Superintendent of Education. We raised $26 60 at these,, meet in ss..., iTh ecretary of said Association i a4 teacher of the Public School, Ce bLy extends, on behalf of the Association, our highest apprecia- t tion to the above named epeakes, fl, and shall always feel that we owe Si them and all the other white citizens wbo are contributing to the cause, a debt of warm gratitude for their to liberal donations and for the in- we terest which they have manifested Si in this much needed cause. REV. J. W. DASIxEI, Chairman. P] J. S rYsER, Secretary. We learn that at a meeting at the colored Baptist Church, about at two weeks ago, a sum in the neigh. CJ borhood of ifty dollars wasrealihzed fr for the worthy cause. tb The Police Jury of` St. Landry Parish passed an ordinance limiting the weight of loads to be hauled ct over the public roads of the parish at to three and one-half 'tons, includ- V ing the vehicle. ; C It is not business policy in any line of business to carry long open accounts, and the man who does it, whether he transaets one hundred at or one hundred thousand dollars of S business annually, it his accounts p are not collected promptly, will eventually find himself financially crippled. Short accounts make is i friends; long, neglected accounts A make enemies. If you receive a 1 statement, try to settle. : h Dr. Henrich C. Leonhardt recent- a "ly supplied almost the whole city of i Tonawanda, N. Y., with young trees. He bought thousands of young elm, maple and chestnut trees, had them shipped to Tona- f wands :and stored in nur- a sery there. /Then. he announced that all who would mirht have trees by applying . at the nursery. 'hbe effect ws wondiraerul. Streets that: never -would have had trees -'were soon dilidith S , ri d Br og ! bitug sapling Mtat.; in tw.tv ~Qume1nt to os Ratm " t Bridge Committee. I Covington, La.,8ept. 13, 1905. TheJIridge Committee of the Police Jury met on the above date, pursuant to call. Present-Geo. Koepp, Jr., M. C. Day and L. T. Miles. The following bids were opoeed and read, for moving the old steel bridge from the present site at Covington, to a point on the road near Mulberry Grove: New Castle Bridge Co., Indian apolis, Ind.. $2050, and building approaches, 8$ 00 per lineal foot. Cincuattl Contract Co., $2090, and approaches, $7 00 per lineal foot. Birmingham Steel Bridge Co., $2100, and approaches $7 00 per lineal foot. Bedell Structural Co., of New (Crleass, $1990, and approaches $6 25 per lineal foot. The Bullen Bridge Co., Birm ingham, Ala., $1715, and ap. proaches, $5 50 per lineal foot. £otal, $2100. On motion, duly seconded, the Committee adjourned till 3:30 P. a., and proceded to the site of the proposed location of the bridge, for further investigation. At 3:20 the committee re assem bled, pursuant to adjournment, all members present. It was moved and duly seconded that a warrant be drawn in favor of the Bullen Bridge Co.. of Birming ham, Ala., fur the sum of $1000 on the arrival of the material on the site of the bridge, and $1100 on the acceptance of the bridge by the Committee. On motion, duly seconded, the Committee then adjourned. GEO. KOEPP, JR. L. T. MILES. M. C. DAY. Committee. J. H. Parker Killed News was received here of tle killing' of Joseph H. Parker, a prominently connected young man of the Parker neighborhood, on Talisheek. The killing occurred about thirteen miles north qf Cov ington, on the Pearl River road, and although Parker was last seen Sunday night at 7:30 o'clok, his body was not discovered until 4 o'clook Monday afternoon. bheriff i'. E. Brewater and the Coroner, Dr. F. G. Marero, left for the scene of the kdlling to make an isn vestigatuon. The coroner Viewed the body and the Inquest was con tinned until Saturday, September 16. FOR SLE.-One two-horse. power cane mill, one Cook's evapo-. rator, 44x180, three galvanized steel tanks, 30 feet galvanized pipe, al most new. Apply to CHAS. U. KLEEMAN, (Saloon.) a- - 4 FOR SALE-A 3-room honse, with 1, 2 or 3 lots, in New Coving. ton, near Dixon Academy. Good flowing well. Apply to Joe's Oyster Saloon, Main street. -*--· WANTED TO PUacaassa--From 10I to 2f, cords of 4-foot pine wood per week, deliverei to Enteriprise Steam Wood Yard. State price. Address, or call on Phone 9. Wx. BIear, lMgr. - *---- e- When you go to New Orleans t stop at Penn's Hotel, corner of St. *Charles and Poydras streets, All I front rooms, newly furnished' throughout. Charges reasonable, by the day or week. S- j FOR SALE-Two fine Jersey I cows and calves, ox, goats, Berk b shire pigs, geese. Apply at Points' - Villa, Stafford Road, or address Miss 1). Points, P. O. Box 64, Covington, La. 'se 9. 2t. n , FOR SALE.-Lots I and 2, in I square 103, in Helens, near Abita 1 Springs. Price $50 00 each. Ap s ply at this office. y The Pieon place,on Madison street, :e is on the market until Sept. 21. s Apply to N. J. Duplantis. I a - FOR SALE CHEAP.-A two-4 horse-power cane mill. Also pan t t. and brick furnace, grate, pans and If firebox; all in first class condition: Address W. G. Blery, or tele.., g phone No. 223. it FOR SALE.-One gentle pony, i- for both saddle and baggy, tWo r- sets of harness, one buggy and one d roadeart, all $105 00. Apply to re St. Joseph's Abbey, Covington, ILi. S FOR SALE,--A magnilcent an 15 tique rosewood bedroom set. AP~ ' ply at this office. L ST - -A gold.; Masoe i oh r.reen enamel Reward iot its, turn is Dr:l . U. Warren. iuccession of William J. Msyfield No. 571. Twenty-sixth Judicial DistriatCourt, in and for the Parish of St. Tammany, State of Louisiana. Whereas James E. Mayfield has asp plied for letters of administration on the eslate of William Jefferson May. field, dcceised .otice is hereby given to all 'parties concerned, to show cause it any they have, within ten days from the first publication hereof, why the prayer of petitioner should not be granted. Covington, La., Sept. 13, 1905. S H. R. WARREN, Clerk of Court. seL6 St. Twenty-Sixth Judicial District Court of Louisiana, in and for the Parish of St. Tammany. Antonio Faure vs. Ernest Vaure, Mrs. Gabrielle Leaunont, Mrs. blanche Reine. and Mrs. Emelle Sharp.-No. 190. Persuant.to a judgment of partition and sale rendered June 16. 19u4, I will sell at'public auction, at the front door of the Courthouse, in the Town of Cov ington, La., on baturday, the 21st day of October, 1905, between legal sale hours, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, the following described lands in said parish, to-wit: The south half of a tract of land in section 52, township 8 south, range 11 east, southeast of the Town of Maqde ville, and which tract measures eleyen (11) arpents front on Lake Pontchar uain, by a depth of twenty-five (25) ar. pents, and is bounded on the northwest or Mandeville side by Bayou Castaign, on the south by lands formerly owned by Poutz & Kennedy, and Afterwards by George W. Nott, and now by Great Southern Lumber Company, running back to Bayou Castaign. The said north half of said tract is divided from the south half by a line shown on the plat made by J. M. Yates, Parish Surveyor, beginning on the shore of Lake Pont chartrain eighteen (18) .chdens sout:. east of the mouth of Bayou Castailgn, and -seventeen and eighty one-hun dredths (17.80) chains, northwest tromu the south line of skid tkact (being the line run by Demiconrt, August 1, 1876) near a emall sweet gum tree, and runs north 72 degrees and 20 minutes east bank to Bayou Catalgn, and contains about 92 acres of land.. Terms of sale, cashi with the right to any of the parties to: the suit to pur chase at such sale, reserving from the purchase price the amount of their interest in such lands, in the man ner prescribed by law. Dated September 14, 1905. se16-6t T. B. BREWSTER, Sheriff. Succeasion of John' M. Brabason, deceased. - Twenty-Sixth Judicial District Court of LouisIana, in and for the Parish of $St. Tammany. Whereas, W. A. Bremer has peti tIoned the Court for letters of adminis tration on the estate of the late John M. Brabazon, deceased Notice is hereby given to all concern ad to show cause, if any they have or can, within ten days from the first publication of this notitee, why the 'prayer of said petitioner aslould not be 16l St. i. R. WAMEN, Clerk. CmumHAuIrS aCH mEm AIDS aATURE Medicines that aid nature are always nost affectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan:. It allays the sough, relieves the lungs, aide expecto ratiol, opens the secretiops, and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy eondition. It ie famious for its cures over a large part of the civilized world. Thousands have testilied to its Snperior excellence It counteracts any tendency of a cold .to result in pueu monia, For sale by Joe. S. Claverie, dtuggist. - p. Do You Want 'To Rent or Sell Your Property? Rent or Buy. a Iome? IF SO. CALL ON- IMALCOLM H WHITE., The Real Estate Map. PHONE 210, FREDERICK BUILDING. COY INGTON, LA. Roubion's Cafe. LEON ROUBION, Prop. WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS. FRESH, KEG BEER ALWAYS ON TAP. Opposite the Depot, COy I NTON. LA. R. W. HEBERT. LOUJIS A. HEBERT. Hebert Bros., Successors to L. Medal & C'o -DEALERS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruit, Produce. TIN AND AGATE WAREB IMPORTED CAN (00DS. Telephone No. 18-2 . - . Free Delivery. L , . Of Good LOV RS Cigars .Smoke: NEW": tA.ES- - HAVANA *ROM END TO END. ALL DEALERS t c. STRAIGHTs +t:· '-'Pstrsars 0-; n i The Enterprise STEAM WOOD MILL. COVINGTON, LA. Is now in operation, and solicits your orders for STOVEWOOD in any quantity. We deliver to any part of Covington and suburbs. With t capltd of lifty cords per day, we can All all orders promptly. VWM. G. BIERY, Mgr, Phone No. 223. U. 8. Land Ofice, New Orleans, 1a.. August 17, 1905. 1 Notice is hereby given that the follow. ing-named settler has iled notice of his intention to make final proof in sup polt of his claim, under section 2301, revised statutes, and th.t said proof will be made before H. R Warre2 Olerk of Court; at Covington, La., on Satulday. September 30. 1905, viz: JILES S. BARRETT. Who made homestead entry No. 26,371 for the northwest quarter of northwest quarter of section 31, township 6. south range 10 east. St. Helena Meridian He names the following witnesses t prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land viz: Moses MeRay. Alex McLain, Lem Thompson and Preston Bennett, all of Alma P. O , La. au 26-St WarTa L. Conax. Register. U. 8. Land Ofice, New Orleans, .s . Aug. 5, 1905. Notice is hereby given that the follov. lng-named settler has file n potice of hii intention to make ftnal troof in 'sup port of his claim, and that said proo will be made before the ulerk of th. tlonrt, at (ovington, La., on Saturday. Sept. 8) 1905. viz: BARNEY B. TALLEY, Who made homestead er.try No. 21.388 for the east half of the southwest quarter and the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 5 township 7, south range 13 east, St. Helena Meridlan. He names the following witnesses tu prove his continuous residence upox and cultivation of said land viz: Thomas Galloway, R. A. Carriere, R. C. Abney and Henry Keller, all of St. Tammany P. O., La. au12-5t WALTra L. Coamm, Register. United States Land Oflae. New Orleans, La., Aug. 24, 1905. Notice ls hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said prooft will be inade before the clerk of th, district court at Covington, La., on Monday, October 30, 1906, via: PETER JENKINS. Who made homestead entry No. 21,776 for lots 1 and 2, section 15, township 5, south range 18 east, St. Helena Ie ridlan. He names the following witnesses ii prove his continuous residenre apot and ultivatton of said land, vis: CharlesCrawford andJ. D. Tho mas, of Thomasvile P. O., La.,and Alex..B.rl and Z. F. Bush. of Bush P.O.'Ia. s2'.t , Warsm l. Cons, Begiste, United etates "Land Offic. New Orleans La., Sept. 12,1805. ( !lotice is hereby given that thd follow. ing.-amed settler hea fled notice Ifsi. intenifon to nakeh naid proof,' hindel section 2301 of the Revised Statutes in support of his claim, and that safi proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at New Orleas. La., or Tuesday, Oatober24. 190s, viz: IS tAC CHAV~RS, Who made homeatead entry No. 28.316 for the east half of the northwcsti q.xarter of section i1, township 68 south range Imeast, St .aelenaieridina He naa.es tbhefollowing witneasees to prove l.is continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land vias: Jimmy Losset, Preston Mllton, Mike Brown and Henry oiout. alt of t. Tam many Parish. La. 216-F.. Waurm L Cam, Register. * .. ... -' - --.' . . - " Now iathe tme to roteot ypt. proity liable Insurance Companies, who ire promppt 1tfS l i Give me your patronage and I will see that' yot ter eat are protected. Did you know you could get a policy of t100 e home for leu cost than 2 cents.per day? 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