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;t. Tammany Farmer
April 18. 1914
U. A. O. D.
Bogue Falaya Grove No. 21.
Meets on the first Saturday and
third Friday of each month, at 7::;1
p. mi., in Masonic Hall, Covington,
La.
E. D. KENTZEL, Noble Arch.
F. B. MARSOLIN Sec.
MASONIC LODGE NO. 188
F. &' A. M.
Meets every second and fourth
Tuesdays at 7:30 p. m.
L. A. PERREAND, W. M.
R. S. BLOS3MAN, Secty.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMtl S
Meets first and third Wednesdays
of each month in Knights of Colum
bus Hall, Covington, La.
J. B. LANCASTER, G. K.
C. C. KORNFELD, Rcor!er.
A. I). SMITH
apto DateGardener and Florist
Garden and Yard Cared for by lthe
Week or Month.
I';lnts alid Trees PI'lroer!y Planted
and P'runed.
Orders taken for Fruit. 1'e can, S;Iuade
and Ornamental Trees; :.l:.o Shrub
hery, Plants, Palms. R(se B. shes,
Seeds and Bulbs, Flow( r Pots and
Fertilizer.
PoItofmre Ilox 5.J.
COUINGTON, ,LA.
WOOD FORt SALE.
If 'ou want good stove woodr, fat
pine or oak wood, ring up .1. Marv:n
Cooper, phone 395. d20tf
Covington, La. febl0-6mo
FOR SERVICE-Registered mam
moth Kentucky jack, Fairbanks W.
No. 5034. Terms: $5.00 down and
$5.00 when foal comes. E. Brunet,
at Planche & Perbos' saloon, Coving
ton, La.
NATURE'S RE):;)!: S
We are agents for A,::- -" v,-, I'ro
ducts Co., and Indian liJe'ib ;.trders,
whose remedies conta'n no a':.ohol.
gives satisfaction as a tunic mcdic:n.,
and complies with the Paure Food
Law of June 30, 1906.
All k'nds of fresh herbs for sale.
Price of illustration boost fir using
them. 25 cents.
WILLIAMS MAIL ORDER HOUSE,
Covington, La.
Box 375.
$5,000.00 to loan on St. Tammany
real estate, secured by mortgage or
vendor lien notes. Apply Fred J.
EqJlnt, Attorney, Southern Hotel
Build ng, Covington, La. m7T-t
ROOMS FOR RENT-Large pleas
ant furnished room with healthy fam
ily. Tubercular sufferers need not
apply. Morning coffee can be had.
Apply\2207 Jefferson Avenue.
FOR SALE-A splendid milk cow,
fresh in milk, and young calf. Mrs.
C. V. Quave, 15th Avenue and Polk
street.
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FOR SALE-One light milk wag
on, new. Theobald Bros. apll-ti
PFOR SALE-One sound hors,
wagon and harness. Will sesl horse
separate. Cheap. Commereial Ho.
tel, Mandeville. m211lmo
WANTED-A position as teacher
small salary, or for board, in eountry
Spreferred. Address "Normal,' care
of St. Tammany Farmer. ap4-tt
FOR SBALE-Cyphers Inacbator,
44, egg capacity; pergegtly new. Ap
ply.l ., b. Manint,. 1211 25th Avenue.
CovinMton, La. ap4
LOU',.-A reddish Brown Irish set
ter, wartt under lower eye lid. Re
ward it reutrnedl to William Tank,
Alton, La. nmr21-1m*
SACKS WANTED
WMjl Purchase good,
targe sacks, from 4 to
$ c.rts a piece.
st Tam. Ice & Mfg Co.
FOR SALE-White Rock eggs for
hatching, Fishel strain of prize win
ners. $1.50 for setting of 15. Ad
dress Jos. Schnyder, Rookwood Farm
qr FitsSimons Grocery, Covington.
mjll4-1mo
.ST--About six mo/,.hs ago. one
Qgh bracelet. Return to St. Tantm
easy Banking Co. an4 Savings Bank
eat receive reward. m14-tf
FOR RENT-One of most cen
trally located storea in town. Fixed
to suit tenant. Covington Bank &i
Trust Company. mar14 tf
FOR SALE--1 jersey and Holstein
cow; 1 Jersey ca~; both young; 1
pony trap and harness, together or
separately; 1 four-seat trap, very
cheap; 1 piano In good condition,
cheap; also a bunch of Shetland po
niaes. Geo. G. McHardy, Glen Gordon.
Mandeville road. mch28dJt
FOR SALE-Fine fox terrier pup
ples: fine ratters; splendid watch
dogs. Box 394, Covingto* a La
phone No. 211. La..
ap4
FOR SALE-Land at d lots in and
near Mandeville, La. Address Est.
Jules Beaujeaux, M& idevlle, La.
ap4tt- tdevlle La.
A BA'AGAIN
Farm o' f 82 acres, 5
miles fr am Covington,
on the Military road.
House f. pear orchard,
etc. For Darticulars
appv .y at this office.
FOLSOM SCHOOL CL08ING.
The Folsom school closed Thurs.
day of last week with the following
program:
Welcome address, by Edward Lee.
"How the Story Grew." by six girls.
"Peach Pie," by Emile Stevens and
Vera Corkern.
"Gretchen," by Ruby Wallis and
Juanit Hawley.
il "Being a Boy," by Clyde Wallis.
o Recitation, by Eula Fendlason.
n, Recitation, by Donice Bullock.
"Women's Rights Meeting," by
1. three girls.
"Guess What I Have in My Pock
-- et," by a group of girls.
Recitation, by Cora Pittman.
Recitation, by Joseph Collins.
Recitation, by Cad Bailey.
th Recitation, by Ruth Collins.
Recitation, by Henry Collins.
Recitation by Gladys Spring.
Mr. Lyon made a short but brief
talk and hoped the people would
build up and have a good school for
there was nothing Folsom needed
worse than a good school. We must
's certainly say that all the teachers of
n- the Folsom school have discharged
their duties. Miss Jessie Pritchard,
the principal, has worked faithfully
and has done better than any princi
- pal Folsom has ever had. While she
was working on the inside, she never
forgot the duty of her surrounding
outside.
Miss Mary A. Louderbough, th
e fourth grade teacher, comes with he
many good qualities and has sure!:
made a. success of her many pupils
She stands high in all the good qualf
ties that makes a good teacher.
Miss M. Torry has all the qualiff
cations that make the little ones
I learn and love her.
Any school would be lucky to hav(
either teacher to teach their school
but we hope to be the lucky ones tc
have them to teach our coming ses
sion. We regret very much that our
school term was so short, and hope
Mr. Lyon will give us a longer term
the coming session.
AUDUBON NOTES.
On Saturday, April 11 there was a
picnic given at our school grounds
by our Mothers' League for the bene
fit of our school. Refreshments were
disposed of and quite a neat sum w:s
accumulated. Everyone enjoyed the
occasion very much.
Mr. A. D. Crawford pa!d a v sit to
New Orleans on business last Satur
day.
We regret to have our worthy
principal of our school leave us as
she will leave this week for her home
in New Orleans.
We want our school term to con
tinue for nine months next session.
We would like to have shades, and
our school painted. We are in need
of the badly. Our Mother's League
worked zealously to erect a nuee fence
around our school.
Mrs. A. D. Crawford and daughter
Corinne went to New Orleans the
past week.
We are glad to hear that Mrs. S.
D. Cra7tford is improving in health.
All crops in and around Audubon
are lool-ing fine, and we hope they
will continue. The farmers in this
section are experimenting through
our Farm Demonstrator, Mr. Lewis.
Got Any
DEFECTS?
SORES, BURS,
SCALDS. BPUISES.
CHAPPED HANDS
AND LIPS, TETTER,
1 . ou really want to e.l It? Bad ennoee to
MIe. l I.? Then to to the store and buy a
Dra. BnELL'S
Antiseptic falvc
I o w hiteo and snow ruo--and If it A
Io the work, get your money back.
"pTO It By The Bell"
For gale at SCHONBERG'S PHAR.
MACY.
OST-B-Brown and white male
Collie, lame in front leg; answers to
Bnae of Roy. Reward for return to
W. S. Fassman, Mandeville, La.
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We need strawberry nicrer. at
O arland's farm. Ernest Alexac'er,
SaL.ager. apl 5--2t-"
?~io the People of St. Tammsl; aedt
St. Tammany Boosters.
Everywhere:
Order your .trawberries frum t he
,Garland Farms where we have 10
.acres of the finest berries grown aniy
.where. You will thus encourage the
starting of a great industry in our
pariash. Berries for sale on all ex
cursion trains. Ernest Alexander,
Manager. apl8-2 "
FOR SALE-Fine side saddle,
'only $5.00; bridle, $1.00; harness,
$2.50. Apply A. Blattner, Coving
;ton, La. ap18-it*
WANTED-A good horse. Apply
.to John Destruel, Abit Springs, La.
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LOST-One green portier and one
stripped couch cover, in Covington
or on Military Road. Leave at the
Fe'-mer office. aplS-1t
SE~'TING EGGS-White Rocks,
$1.00; White Leghorn, Barred Rock
an4 Rl'tsde Island Red, 50 cents; In
Uyin R uahner duck eggs, 75 cents a
,etting (c 13. Nilson's Poultry Yard.
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FOR S. LF.-200 acres, 1-2 mile
from Ozont . Park en N. O. G. N; one
good famil3' pony; one good family
cow and he.'ter; 2 oxen three years
old; 5 sows two years old; 1 good
boar nine muonths old; s'x shoats;
3 barrows, Bertashire and White Ches
ters; 2 double .tnd 3 single plows; 1
harrow; 1 cultih'ator: 1 mowing ma
chine, and one h]t of barb wire.
LOlUS' J. BRETY,
1818 Ber¶gundy Street.
apll-3t* Ne1V Orleans, La.
Subscribe for the
ST. TAMMANY FARMER
One Dollar a year.
The Fact Re fis
No amount of misrepresenta by the
peddlers of alum baking powder no jug
Sgling with chemicals, .:r decnalysis,
or cooked-up certii .: a1- .oods of
any kind, can change tie , ct tha&
Royal Baldng Poier
has been found by th ffl.
cial examinations to be the
highest leavening effiie ey,
free from alum, and of a lute
purity and wholesome ss.
Royal Baking Powder is indensable
for making finest and most econon al food.
the JOHN P. CARROLL.
her Mr. John P. Carroll died in New
rey Orleans, Thursday evening, April 16, '1
ali- 1914. at 8:30 o'clock, aged 57 years.
Mr. Carroll had been confined to his
lift- bed about twelve weeks, as the re
suit of concussion of the brain, due
nes to a fall received while working at '
his .trade of stone cutter, his head a
ave striking a piece of stone. He is sur- _r
rol vived by his wife, who was Miss An
to nie Burns, two sons, Edward and a
- John P. Jr , and two daughters, Mrs.
Dur Sidney Ensign and Iris, seven years a!
pe of age. He has relatives in New Or- be
''m leans and Covington.
The funeral will take place this
afternoon from his family residence o.
in Canal street. Cl
dThere Will Be No WarE':
rsu
The announcement that the United
' States Government had sent the At- bh
lantic and Pacific fleet of battleships th
tO to Mexico to make Huerta apologize pr
ir- and salute the United States flag cre- ' le;
ated quite a lot of excitement, but
by it was not long-lived. As soon as o°
as Huerta saw we were in earnest he ab
ne stopped making excuses and came to to
time. The salute of twenty-one guns.
n- has niot yet, however, been fired, and les
the fleet will continue on its way un- er
id til the ceremony has been performed. cai
AOn
He HOW'S THIS? the
Sthe
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re. pr
er ward for any case of Catarrh that
. 'cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh ma
& Cure. for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., tou
Toledo, Ohio. bee
y We, the undersigned, have known ter
is F. J. Cheney for the last 1 5 years, tfre
h and believe him perfectly hcnorable ply
in all business transactions nr.d fl- Ste
nancially able to carry out any obli
gations made by his firm.
NATIONAL BK. OF COMMERCE.
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken n
ternally, acting directly upon tj
P. J-. nt~r e offi
system. Tsetimonials sent free.
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
all Druggists.ill
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation.
)I____________
12-Year-Old Boy
but he made the whole South sit up and take notice.
What's more, he succeeded 7 times as well as his father
and opened the eyes of thousands of men old enough
to be his grandfather I
Is he the only boy of his'kind? Not by any means.
There are hundreds more just like him, and it looks as
if these Georgia and Louisiana boys will show you
grown-ups how to keep in your own states the millions
of dollars that you spend annually in buying meat
produced in other states.
Farmer, merchant, teacher, or whatever you are,.
it will pay you to read every line of
The Pig Clubs of the South
In This Week's Issue of
'7),e COUNTK~'
GENTLEMAN
Five Cents the Copy, of All News Agents-On Sale Thursday. Or $1O
a Year by Mail Direct, or Through Any Authorted Subscripti n Age.t
Our Distributing Agent is
Acme Book & News Store
THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPAJNY
Independence Square, Philadelphia, Pnnsylvaai
TO EQUIP CAJERY WITH MOD
ERN l CHINERY.
6, The Farmer Ctaining Articles on
'". ! Tomato clture Free.
i The directortf the canning com
t s.ny will meet ionday at 4 p. m.,
d at the courth'se, in Covington.
T- his will be a cectois meeting, but
in an. person, wliher stockholacr .
d friend, who has1ny matter of inter
s est to present the company w:ll
be welcome.
s The object the meeting is to
e arrange to takeFare of the comnig
crop of tomatot, beans and okra,
and to acquire sane labor-bseving ma
chinery for han ing the crop more
r economically. I; is understood thac
sufficient tomato$ are being planted
by our farmers tipack 100,000 cans,
but to assure apositive supply for
the cannery the ompaniy will, at the
present meeting, ;onsider the plan of
leasing and plantng a field under its
own management Owners of desir
able farms near 4ovington are asked
to submi.t terms of rental.
This plan, it it declared, will not
lessen the marketnow open to grow
era, as the capasty of the cannery
can be made practically .unlimited.
On the contrary,it 1s thought that
the company's fafn will demonstrate
the lesson that regetables can be
profitably grown here in quantity.
Growers are repinded that the to
mato planting seison will not close
for several weeki yet, and all are
,urged to plant go4l sized crops. How
1 to plant and gro successfully has
been told in this paper. Those ?n
terested in plantin can obtain a copy
free within the nett ten days by ap
plying at this offi4, or to Dr. W. L.
Stevenson.
STO. KHQIDERs' MEETING.
There willJ be a meeting of the'
stockholders of the St.-Tammany Ice
[na. -Mnlra": ý atthe
oflice of the Co anpseye
a. m., Monday, May 11, 1914. There
will be important business.
E. J. FREDERICK,
Secretary and Treasurer.
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NEW ORLbANS.
Louisiana health officeers will meet
in New Orleans, Monday April 20.
They will dis.ess the all-imporant
subject--"Publie Health in Its Lo
cal Phases and in Relation to the
State Health Department." The "n
terest of every man, woman and
child of Louisiana is involved.
States foremost in saniltation have
annual conferences of health officers
of five days or longer. The programs
present measures which have been
found successful against disease: oah
point always streamed is the need in
each community of a trained full
time health officer in sympathy with
the movement of better health for
all.
The Louisiana State Medical So
ciety will hold the 35th Annual See
sion on the 21st to 234. For each
of the three days' metL as excel
lent preoram 'bu beet prepared.
The closing days of the week-the
24th .and 25th-will be devoted to
a conference on how to improve hy
gienic condtions among negroes. Dr.
Wm. C. Woodward, Health Officer,
Washington, D. C., Dr. B. S. Warren,
Surgeon, Public Health Officer,
Dr. J. A. B. Adcock, of M-isouri, and
many other prominent health and
educational officials of the Southern
States will be present. ,
In the interest of :ealth work,
both local and state, every health
officer should attend these meetings.
, The Southern Hotel Cafe will
serve hot soup to its customers every
day free. Wednesday and Saturdays
spaghetti and meat balls. al8-tf
Test Made of the New
Covington Fire Engine
Mr. Joseph Hellgate. of the Water
us Company, from whom was pur
!chased the new gasoline fire engine
of the Covington Fire Department,
arrived th:s week from Michigan for
the purpose of demonstrating its ca
pacity for fighting fire. Chief Os
tendorf had been in communication
with the company, and in accordance
with previous arrangement wrote to
them upon the arrival of the engine.
Unfortunately the hose did not ar
rive in time for Mr. Hellget was kept
here several 'days awaiting its arriv
al. Finally arrangements were
made with the Mandeville Fire De
paitment to use their hose for the
purpase of demonstration, and the
trial 'was made Friday afternoon.
Sin hundred feet of hose was ob
tained from Mandeville and four hun
dred' feet of old out-of-use hose was
found in Covington and the test
startod about five o'clock. The hose
was run to the river, through the
mayor's office and to the courthouse,
where a stream was directed fb the
roof. Just at this time the old hose
gave way and the mayor's office was
fooded. The damaged hose was cut
out and a new start was made, when
again a piece of the old hose burst.
All the old hose was then discarded,
as it was seen that It was not strbng
enough to stand the strain. As the.
hose would no longer reach the court
house a demonstration was made
with the six hundred feet of Mayde
ville hose in a vacant lot. The en
gine did fine work; in fact there
seemed to be no doubt that it would
is; that ft will throw a stream 135
feet high with one nozzle at the end
of one thousar~l feet of hose and 125
feet high with two nozzles attached.
The demonstration was still going
on when we went to pross.
EP~
t [ Have a business of your own some
Sday, so that you may enjoy a comr
Sl fortable old age; there is one way to
do it: Bank your money now. Let1
me
~ your account grow, then, some day,
- _-you will be prepared to taken Good
for
_Business Chance or to invest your
Smoney in a paying business. The
ed.
: -man who has a business of his own
; first banked his money and then
nd helped to make his bank account
r grow.
rk:h Do YOUR banking with US. i
We pay 4-per cent int. on time deposits.
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rYa St. Tammany Baniang Ce. anmd
savns Bank, ovington, La.
Branch at Mandeville,,La.
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t- Look as close as you like, you will find no flaw in
d the Schwartz Farm Wagen. You must admit what
n- we claim to be true-the Very Best in' material and
Sworkmanship.
35 Yoi aliit blame us for being proud when our
Swagons are always the cause of such letters as theo
.. following:
"*w.anutB , g La., April ln, 1 18.
Jow. Schwartz Co., Ltd., bew Or.eans, La.
I have a wagon that was bought froat you about 31 ye gar o,.
and I need sonre nee Thinbles to put on it. I want your pre on
caush ThInble. 2 3-Ox7 ac8d 1-a.2
Yours truly,
D. .. HOLTOW,
Waluet, HiD, la."
JUST TI[NKOF IT--Skeins onlymeeding to be I
replaced after 21 YEARS. That's a record that we
know is hard to beat.
All of our wagons are built to last, and we guar
antee to replace any part broken not by neglect,
misuse or overload.
JOS. SCHWARTZ CO., LTD.
Lafayette and Haronne Streets. New Orleans, La.
WANT A REFRIGERATOR?
LOOK AT THE
AUTOMATIC
More of them in use herefhart any other
kind. Get the best while about it.
LIMBOURGEOIS, 74
Ctoviuon, La.

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