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WOMAN'S DEPARTMENT; DEVOTED TO WERn NTEREST
This Page is Open to Every Woman to Express Her Views (Edited by Miss Anna Morrell ) CO-OPERATE, HELP AND PROGREIS. Just a-shadow of a hint of criticism has been heard of the Woman's Page being perhaps too devotedly given over to the cause of suffrage. That has perhaps been true up to this time for the reason that the contributors to the columns of the page-have been so 00 few, and as the interest has been divided among a small number of contributors, naturally the subjects discussed were the few to which the several contributors had t:me to give their special attention. Mr. Mason has given this space to the women of St. Tammany parish and their interests. He has been greatly pushed for space in The Farmer recently, as the read ers could not help but notice by the ab sence of the editorial column and the omission of that interesting and enjoyable contribution, The Pharisee. Still Mr. Ma Mimn Anna Morrell son has hesitated to cut down the space devoted to the interests of women, and only when asked did he confess that the paper was really in need of all the room it could get. If the page has been too much given up to the discussion of the suff rage question, we appeal to the wo men who have so many other inter ests at heart to give us their views and Information on these topics so that we put into the columns of the page and make it a part of The Farne'r in which every woman who reads may find something of inter est. We ask especially for items from the different fraternal organizations. For Instance, we might have every week an item relating to the work of the Eastern Star, the Woman's Auxiliary of the Woodmen, the Daughters of Isabella, and others; not only the work that is being done In St. Tammany parish, but the ac complishments of these organizations as a whole, or those of the different chapters. This would not mean very much work by the contributor, but It would mean very much to the in terest of the organization, to the welfare of the home paper, and to a great number of women who do not Southern Hotel Buildai Next to Post Ofce covinston - - - L.) Toeday at 4 o'clock the bi, cycle will be given away. You do not have to be pres ens. The numbers will be posted ten days. RYAN. Tax Sales (Continued on page 5) Gelser, Geo. M.---Lot 13 square 31, Brugier Addition, and improvements. Assessment $550. Taxes and costs $16.75. aHoyle, Estate of Harry-Lots 6, 7 square 4, Brugier Addition, and im provements. Assessment $ 8 500.0u Taxs and costs $198.55. marper, Rev. J. A.-Lot 14 in sal 3, Robert Addition, and improven ments. Assessment $225.00 Taxes and costs $9.40. Mt. Zion Benevolent Association 1 sore in no qr section 15 tp 9 range 14. Asseaement $50. Taxes and costs $5.35. Oschner, Mrs. C. Estate--47 acres Ina w sw lot 1 section 3 tp 9 range '14, and improvements Assessment $735. Taxes and costs $21.80. Olivier, J. M.--Lots 11, 12, 13, 14 15, 16, square 38, BruAaer Addition sad improvements. Assessed $1435. Taxes and costs $37.20. Perkins, R. R.-Lot 3 square 29, Robert Addition, and improvements. S.aessment $150. Taxes and costs $7.75. smith, Mrs. Anna-lg a 13, square 16, Blidell. Assessment $50. Tax e and costs $5.05. Spalding, J. B.-Lot 12 square 10, Brugier Addition, and improvements. Assessment $825. Taxes and costs $23.45. Tarall, Tierman-Parcel of land 60z300 feet in sw corner of lot : square 3 tp 9 range 14, and mprove ments. Assessment $710.00 Taxes sad costa $20.30. Tucker, Jos.-Lot 12 square 29 Brugier Addition, and improvements. Assessment $50. Taxes and. costs: $5.35. WUnknown OwA er-Triangle square in Slidell proper bounded south b3 Erlanger Avenue, 89 1-2 feet east or irat street, 175 feet north, and west 195 feet, on Bounfouca street. As sessment $250.00. Taxes and costs. $10.90. Vergnon, Levy-Pool table, stock and vehicles. Assessment $325.00. Taxes and costs $9.00. Walker, A.-13 acres in section 44 tp 9 range 14. Assessment $320.06 Taxes and costs $11.25. Williams C. W.-2 acres in section 44 tp 9 range 14. Assessment $50 Taxes and costs $5.05. WARD TEN-Rate 321-4 Mills, Poll and Road Tax. Anderson, W.-160 acres, a hf of no qr section 1 tp 6 range 11, w hi of no qr section 6 tp 6 range 12. Assessment $470. Taxes and costs $21.85. Antino, Adeline-Lots 10 and 11 22 and 23, square 134, Wilsonville. Assessment $40. Taxes and costs. $5.60. Abney, R. C.-Live stock and ve hicles. Assessment $300.00. Taxes and costs $14.50. Burkhardt, Mrs. A. S.-2 acres in section 5, 38, tp 6 range 12. As sessment $30.00. Taxes and costs 5.86. Burkhardt, Mrs. M. C.-1 acre in 38 tp 6 range 12. Assessed ,4R Taxes and costs $4.65. ii khardt, Mrs. A. Ae--2 acres in at~on3 tp 6 range 14. Assessed 0.0. Taxes and costs $5.05. Douglas, Mrs. H.,---Lots 27 and 28, 3* square 114, W. V. Assessment get the official publication of their lodge. Can we not get the co-operation of the women of St. Tammany parish to better the community to, that extent Co-operatii means help, help means progress,a nd progress means better conditions everywhere. MEDICAL ADVIEG WRITES ON EQUAL SUPPRAGE AND "Health and the Woman Move ment" is the title of a little book of 48 pages by Dr. Clelia Duel Mosher, medical adviser to women at the Le land Stanford Junior University in California. It is vital and thorough ly suffrage in its point of view. ii is the key to -health for women. We want to see a copy of it in the hands of every girl 'n an office, in the home in school, in college and in factories Wise and economic employers o; girls and women -will do well to pu it into their hands. The following quotation from th tbook gives an idea of character: Setting aside the womeq who have organic disease, what classes do w. find escape the disturbances of th menopause and climacteric? The an swer miy be given without fear o $40. Taxes agd costs $5.30. Davis, Chas.-40 acres of land aw of nw qr section 10 tp 6 range 12. Assessment $80. Taxes and costs. $7.00. Doubler, A. M.-153 acres, lots 1 and 2, e hf of nw qr section 18 tp 6 range 12, and improvements. As sessment $2500.00. Taxes and costs $93.75. Davis, Walter-22 acres, e 'f of sw qr section 21 tp 6 range 12. As sessment $175.00. Taxes and costs $10.45. Davadge, Jerry-Lots 1 and 2 sqr 150, W. V. Assessment $10. raxes and costs $4.30. Flotg Alex-2 acres in se of ne qr section 32 tp 6 range 12. Assessed $10. Taxes and costs $4.30. Grigpby, W.-Lot 16 square 151. W. V.-Assessment $10. Taxes and costs $4.30. Gould, Jeanette-Lots 27 and 28, square 108, W. V.-Assessment $10 Taxes and costs $4.30. Hoszell, B. B.-17.88 acres, trac tional sw of ne qr section 13 tp 6 range 11, and improvements. As sessment $300.00. Taxes and costs $15.10. Haugher, Martin-5 acres in aw of nw qr section 18 tp 6 range 12 Assessment $150. Taxes and coast $9.30. Huber, Estate of John-153 acres sw of ne qr, fractional se qr less 5 acres, no of sw qr tp 6 range 12, less 15 acres. Assessment $500. Tax es and costs $15.70. Heath, Julius--40.52 acres, ne of ne qr sectiot 30 tp 6 range 12. As sessment $80.00. Taxes and costs $7.00. Levy, Catherine-Lots 3, 4, 18, 2,9, 20, 21, 22 square 22; lot 9 square 4 section 32 tp 6 range 12. Assessed $5.60. 'Mouledous, L.-47.30 acres in sec tion 43, tp 6 range 14. Assessment $600. Taxes and costs $25.20. IMarques, Edw.-57.92 acres, ne of nw qr section 20 tp 6 range 12; .ractional 1-3 of sp of sw section 20 tp 6 range 12. Assessment $1000 Taxes and costs $40.00. Powlee, Widow Monroe-30 acre in no of se qr section 18 tp 6 range 1.2; 23 acres part of se of nw section 20 tp 6 range 12. Assessment $340. Taxes and costs $17.05. ,Rayne, J. C.-10 acres in nw of se qr section 19 tp 6 range 12. Assess ment $100. Taxes and costs $7.45. Reese, Mary E. 4e of nw qr sec ldon 10 tp 6 range 12. Assessment $800. Taxes and costs $6.70. Timberlake, Mrs. E. A.--81 acrc w ht of nw qr section 7 tp 6 range 12. Assessment $240. Taxes and costs $12.65. ABITA SPRINGS-Rate 21 1-4 Mill sad Poll Tax. Abney, Steve--0 acres, e hf of se qr of sw qr section 30 tp 6 range 12. Assessment $700. Tixea ani costs $20.30. Amadare, J.-Lot 19, Norta Abita Assessment $100. Taxes and costs $6.25. Allen, Mrs. Marie L.-Fractiona' squares 17 and 8, North Abita. As sessment $300.00. Taxes and cost, $11.20. Aubert, Mrs. A.-Lots : and square 10, Bossier City. Assessed $100. Taxes and costs $6.2:. Bateman, Mrs. 8.-5 acres in see tion 38 tp 6 range 12. Assessme-n $100. Taxes and costs $6.25. Baumgarten. Angelina-Lot.; 21, 22, 23, '24 square 7, Abita Annex Assessment $20. Taxes sn. .i $4.40. Berlier,, Henry-Lot 4 square 10. Bossier City. Assessment $7 -. 'U Taxes and costs $5.80. Blassini, S.-Lot 10 square 12. N. E. Division. Assessment $200.0., Taxes and costs $8.55. Buisson, E. T.-Lot 9 square 7, N. E. Division, and improvements Assessment $800. Taxes and costs $23445. Bernarda- Mrs. V. Carroll-Five acres in setle on I tp 6 range 12 contradiction: those who are busy and useful. The women who have absorbing occupations, who are vital ly necessary in the world, are the ones who get through this period unharmed. A prominent woman physician in the east declared a few years ago that not a single woman physician of her acquaintance had gone to pieces at the change of life Among a considerable number of wo men who are teachers or authors or (in some cases) have carried the bur den of being the mother of a famil" while occupying a salaried position throughout the menopause, not one has had to quit work for this cause while four have certified that th research work which has brough them distinction was done without any inconvenience whatever during years of this functional change Whatever may be one's personal opinion of the advantages or disad vantages of woman suffrage, lik, many of the economic and philan thropic opportunities now open tc women, helps to meet this probleni of the hygiene of middle life. Dur ing the years of a woman's necessary total absorption in her occupation of home making and the bearing and rearing of her children, her intel lectual occupations and interests out side of the home are laid aside. Where equal suffrage exists civic matters become a topic of home dis cussion; they concern the mother and daughters as well as the father and sons. Thus a passive interest in politics is kept alive in the woman during her years of total absorption in her family and home. When the period of leisure arrives, it is not necessary to try to manufacture an interest for the woman whose occu pation, as has been shown above, has in the normal course of events been taken away from her. Thus "vote for women" becomes not only a safe guard to the woman of middle age a help in preserving the integrity of the family, but a protection to the community from the unoccupied aged woman. It becomes economically an asset in the productive use of the force and intelligence otherwise wasted in doctor's bills, sanatorium treatment, or too often expended in Assessment $100. Taxes and costs $6.55. Clavie, Mrs. Sopronia,--Lots 47, 49 square 34 Abita Annex. Assessed $15. Taxes and costs $4.30. Carey, W. T. and Bros.--Square 41, Bossier City, and improvements Assessment $600. Taxes and costs $17,80. Carey, Thos.-Square 39, Bossier City, and improvements. Assessed $1800. Taxes and .oats $45.55. Cook, John-Lot 9 square 10, 6 E. Division. Assessment $100.00 Taxes and costs $6.25. Carson, Mrs. G. W.-Lots 9 and 10, square 12, N. Abita. Assessed $50. Taxes and costs $5.05. Carondelet Realty Co.-107 acres more or less, in section 38 tp 6 range 1.2, less lots sold. Assessment $15 j Taxes and costs $37.55. Cook, Tom-12 acres in section 3: tp 6 range.12 and improvements. As sessment $500.00. Taxes and cost: $15.75. Currey, Jas. Jr.-1 lot in Paill I Subdivision, ection 38 tp 6 range 12 Assessment $10. Taxes and costs $4.45. Dupree Estate of Madan-20 acres in section 31 tp 6 range 12. Assess ment $400. Taxes and costs $13.15 Duverney, Mrs. T. G.-1 acre in s, qr soe qr section 30 tp 6 range 12 Assessment $20. Taxes and costs $4.70. Demerlier, Alexander-8 acres ir section 38 tp 6 range 12. Assess ment $700. Taxes and costs $20.00. Dupgnier, Dr. E. N.--Square 12 less lots 1 -nd 10, se division, and improvements. Assessment $1000( Taxes and costs $27.60. Ernestine, Cathrine and Ethel Wharm-1 lot in square 9, Paille Division of section 38 tp 6 range 1z Assessment $10. Taxes and cost, $4.75. Eagan, Geo. M.-Lot 6 square 66 Bossier City. Assessment $100.01' Taxes and costs $6.25. Galardone, Ambrose--Lots 37, 19 square 37, Burkenstock Division. Assessment $50.00. Taxes and costs $4.65. Geinault, Mrs. L.-Lots J and 10 square 2, Bossier City. Assessment $150. Taxes and costs $7.25. Guellis, T.-1 acre in e hf of sec tion 1 tp 7 range 11. Assessment $20. Taxes and costs $4.40. Hymel & Turnbull-12 acres in section 6 tp 7 range 12. Assessment $500. Taxes and costs $15.45. Kiernan, Mrs. T. J.-4 acres in section 38 tp 6 range 12. Assesssed $100. Taxes and costs $6.15. Kaller, L. F.-12 1-2 acres sec tion 38 tp 6 range 12. Assessment $1000. Taxes and costs $27.30. Kuntz, Mrs. Phillip N.-4 lots in section 38 tp 6 range 12, Pailette Subdivision. Assessment $15 Tax es and costs $4.55. !Leitz, Fred-- lot in e hf of sec tion 1 tp 7 range 11, and improve ments. Assessment $150.09 Taxes and costs $7.75. Labat, J. M.-40 acres in Abita and improvements. Assessed $5000 Taxes and costs $120.80. Laugue, Chas.-Lot 11 square 6 Bossier City, and improvements. As sessment $300.00 Taxes and costs $11.20. Mathes, John-15 acres in section 6 tp 7 range 12. Assessment $50 Taxes and costs $5.05. Millet, P. A.-Lots 7 and 8 square 2, Bossier City. Assessment $25.00 Taxes and costs $4.55. 'Morque, Mrs. Lucie-Lot 12 aqr 15 N. E. Division. Assessment $40. Taxes and costs $4.85. McDonald, E. L.-3-4 of lot 10 square 14, Bossier City. Assessed $100. Taxes and costs $6.25. Orr, Mrs. E.-5 acres in section 38 tp 5 range 12. Assessment $400. Taxes and costs $13.30. Ohlmann, H. Jr.-Lot 2 square i Boasser City. Assessment $350.~0. Taxes and costs $"1.45. Page, Mrs. Laura-38 acres in e hf Af section 1 tp 7 angoe 11, and im dangerous fads. This little booklet is published by the National Board, Y. W. C. A., New York, 25 cents. According to announcements from the American Society for the Control of Cancer, measures adopted in Portsmouth, England, for public edu cation on 'the subject of cancer are already taking effect. These meas ures were adopted in 1913. In thai year there were recorded 230 deaths from this disease in the city. Th annual report for the year 1914 just published states that there were onl: 197 deaths during the year. ThiI decrease is regarded by the state sanitary authorities as justifying their efforts to reduce the death ratc from cancer by urging early treat ment. The methods adopted include the monthly publication of articles in local newspapers; printing and distributing* of a circular by the health department; lectures to mid wives, nurses and social workers in the city, and provision by the health department for free microscopic ex aminations and reports of suspected growths to aid physicians in diag nosis. BALWT IN EGYPT SOON, SAYS RULER. Women may vote in Egypt before they do in some of the United States if the prediction of the Sultan, Hus sein Kemal, comes true. According to this prophet: "One of the great est results of the war to the Orient will be the complete emancipation of women. Orientals understand too little the great part women play in the world's progress; woman sbould be given the opportunity of develop ing and educating herself in the highest degree." SOCIAL BERVICE ITEMS. Public Comfort, a National League for Insistence for Proper Provision for the Common Decencies of Life, is being promoted by Cressy L. Wilber of the State Health Department, Al bany, N. Y. A membership card i; sent on receipt of a postal card re quest. There are no dues or duties. What apparently marks an impor provements. Assessment $150.00 Taxes and costs $7.40. Price, Mrs. W. S.-Lot 10 square 4, B. C.-Assessment $75.00 Taxes and costs $5.70. Pelloat & Laborde-Lot 11 square 8, S. E. Division; square 25, Bossier City. Assessment $100. Taxes and costs $6.55. Pelloat, Estate of Jacques-Lots 1, 2, 3,square 16, Bossier Oity. As sessment $600.00. Taxes and costs '$18.50. Powlee, Widow Monroe-Square "D," Bossier City, and improvements Assessment $350. Taxes and costs $12.05. Page, C. P.-1 lot 120x120 feet ir Abfta. Assessment $140.00. Taxer Taxes and costs $5.05. Strain, Sim-2 acres in section 6 tp 7 range 12. Assessment $100.00. Taxes and costs $6.25. Bonner, C.-2 lots in square 33 section 38 tp 6 range 12, and im provements. Assessment $300.00 Taxes and costs $11.20. So abat, Marie E.-Lots 18, 19, 20. 21, 22, square 2, Abita Annex. As sessment $20.00. Taxes and costs $4.70. Strain, Mrs. A. L.'-Lots 3 and 4 -C--- .'. N.w $4.000, 000 .nW .R . mog i . LayIn. _ _ Chicago-the City WeWortheing It has as rival i Is wonderual combinatioa f vast and variedmou lim sfeatures w e al smuss S .ature la ts lake freat and i Itscempreulemive parkslysteim,s mburban dbtrictsand oly-lngeaI .r.es. Sight-Seeing Days Are Made Comfortable by Clmatic mCoait .,s Its Famous "Laop Blstric" Is Absertg weB i eao..ems al ma as . t ukyu s mal @ Lsh... Its Amusement Features Are Many 1lan... . t pars mse, w..s e..ei a... .. t r I... ..r.aY mes, Its a a Shore Ctly wtIea. mhs e wasrmle. a iWsi. S s-.. m - tlitb:a .aU. It Has ny Flue Rat eadings salse a hs.g.s e.at i. . e aareir.reuslf. s a..e. Its Parks and Belevards Are Beautli l .te t e r.. . se . r .. .a Wase mura . at . p.r Mmils arp hp.yemh its MInEcipal Pier Is a Plagroam sttpkim.aW s .parks r L e...lsners III mal ai rweg ar mu l gse-r.. It Has Creat Faities for the oer .. Inki beleglee nasm lss e psurl a u m inse .mu l wbeary as. It as asurpassed Opportulles r Antemobllng l aspess sver eai...e.leg baredsvsa t taau ens s7). It Is the eading Part for Viarlsus 1*. 'hIps tem heal eyzshin lea lew.rls aassst ea t Imbe. Chicago Is Best Reached by the Efient Tral Servie of the ILLINOIS CENTRAL roma New Orleans, Jacksonville, Btrmin , emphls, St. Lois and otlber Sllheara adesys Ezersraon tickets to Chicago and points beyond in the North. East and West, and spic nfonmati.ato o train schedulsk can b obtained (tom am S the Illinois Central and connecting lines Send to the nndersmgned for a fre copy te beatiful iallnstratedbooit esntitLdý. 'Chq A, ýl , by the Illinois Central Railroad Co. to supplement the shove meager u to why Chiea go t L marshalwrh . viit dhegdo ao m eitlL A. UjL, A5ent, covtingtolt, L. . G. HATCH, Pass. Traffic Mgr. H. J. PHELPS, Gen' Pass. Agt., CHICAGO, ILL. . H. BOWER. G Pm As.,iUTN tant change of policy on the part of the Turkish government in respect to war relief within Turkish terri tory is outlined in a cable 'ecently received from Constantinople by the American Red Cross. This message declares tha,t the Turkish govern ment "authorizes American Red Cross, co-operating with Red Cres cent, to conddct relief work for civil ians of all races." The message declares that there is great suffering throughout the coun try, particularly at Constantinople and suburbs along the shores of Mar mora, at Adrianople, Bruss and Smyrna. Five hundred thousand persons, not comprising Armenian refugees, are said to need bread. Heretofore, since the outbreak of the war, the Turkish government has declined to permit any foreign agen cy to undertake the distribution of relief within Turkish territory. DANCING SCHOOL NOTES. Miss Olga Peters opened the sum mer session of the M. C. B. Dancing School last Stut day, May 13th, witib a class of twenty-one pupils. Mise Peters was very much encouraged b, the enthusiasm of the children ant the spirit with which they all enter ed into the wqrk. The legs and arm movements which the classes are being given are Invaluable as exercises not to speak of the benefits derived from them a' an aid in dancing. Miss Peters takes each child indi vidually for the new steps and ex ercises and then the class as a whole, so that no time is neglected. Mothers of children are especially invited to attend some of the classes to get an idea of the beautiful work that is being done. Today, as every Saturday, the Jun ior class comes at three and the senior class at four-thirty. The terms are one dollar a month paid in advance. THE EDUCATIONAL BUILDING. (By Mrs. J. C. Burns) The interest shown by the women of the parish to promote the idea of an educational building at the parish square 4, Bossier City. Assessment $600. Taxes and costs $18.20. Schwartz-Lazard-Lot 3 square 1. Assessment $100. Taxes and costs $27.30. Smith, H. S.-A parcel of land or 'Level street, and improvements. Assessment $500. Taxes and colts $16.05. Vacarro, Jos.-A parcel of land in square' 14, and improvement.. Assessment $1500. Taxes and costs $39.25. Vacarro, Lucas-A parcel of land in square 14, and improvements. As sessment $1000. Taxes and costs, $27.60. Vacarro, Felix-A parcel of land square 14, and improvements. As sessment $1000.00. Taxes and costs $27.60. Vacarro, ;-tephen-A parcel of land on Keller street 300 feet of sqr 4, Bossier City, 10x120 feet in square 51, 1 lot 73x100x10x120 feet. As sessment $100.00. Taxes and costs $7.45. W~ilford, Martha A.-Lot 31 sqr 8, Abita Annex. Assessment $10.00 Taxes and costs $4.15. Wells, Addie M.-Lots 48 and 50, square 16, Abita Annex. Assessed fair grounds is growinr. In the past week a liberal donatioh of $10 was handed to Mrs. J. C.' Burns by Mrs L. F. Hadden, of New Orleans and Covington. KnOwiag the interest Mrs. Hadden always takes in the civic welfare and uplift of Covington. this was not a surprise. -It certain ly was appreciated. Just after this donation another was receivedo from the splendid school workers of Abita. At a called meeting of the School League of Abita Springs, this small but energetic band of women who have worked bravely and 'untiringi' to raise funds to keep theri,:school open and provide necessities, voted to give ten dollars of their fund tc help build an ducational building They anticipate working right along to help with a Woman's Building This is the spirit that builds a na tion-e n e r g y, i co-operation, civic pride and friendship. Abita has shown its willingness always to assist in the uphuilding iof our parish and the committee in charge of the educational work wish es to express their sincere apprecla tion. Having received the ;generous help of our two nearest towns, Madison ville, who is always a co-worker for the good of our parish And who has sent twenty dollars for the- eduea tional building and ten dollars. for the woman's building. The several private donations from SlIdell and Covington for the educational build ing and the generous five dollars sent by the Daughters ot Isabella as the. initial deposit for the wo man's building, we feel sure that our fondest hopes will be realized. Our' young frienid, Senator Delos R. Johnson, of Washington parish, a young man of rare ability and :great promise, shows by the following bill introduced last Tuesday morning in the Senate, that he is a wise advo cate of woman's -rights. He does not use the word '-'suffrage,"' but hit amendment providing ;for so many important o ce.s for women -s con clusive that he believes in our wis dom-and strength. The dispatch fol-. laws: Baton Rouge,,~May 16.---Governo4 Pleasant's campaign statemeent of his $10. Taxes and costs $4.15. Williams, B. C.--Parcel of-land in section 38 tp-6 range 12. Ashessed $50. Taxes and costs $5.05. White, Thos. J. and Chr!stipa-5 acres and improvements in section 38 tp 6 range 12. Assessed $1000. Taxes and costs $27160. Zeigler, Frank-Square 13, Bosl bier City. Assessment $500. Taxes and costs $15.60. ... Zelmer, C. E:--1 lot 50x140 in sec tion 1 tp 7 range 11. Assessment $100. Taxes and costs $6.25. SUTPPLIBMENT. Ward Seven. Unknown Owner-3.20 acres of land, a hf of section 9 tp 9 range 1, east. Assessment $400. Taxes .and costs $10.75. WARD- TMWEE. Unknown Owner-A certain piece or parcel of ground together with all buildings and improvements thereox situated in square 24, of-the'division of St. John, town of Covington, La. more fully described as follows: Said property.has a front of 175 feet 7 inches on the east side- of Florida street, and runs back between para! lel lines on the north 96 feet and on" willingness for women to, public boards transacting b interest to women, was red joint resolution introduced Ia senate Tuesday morning by 4Delos R. Johnson. The Johnson resolution for amendment of the so that "resident women ov*.i age of twenty-one years- hail . gible to hold the effie ot spector, notary public,and may connected with the educational mosynary, penal and eo systems of the state, pariah, municipality, or any other division of the state." The student body of the High School cordially Invites public to their coqm em ercises, which takes place Ti and Wednesday evenlngs, May and 24tth, at so'clock, at the auditorium. The School Tmproveemnt of Covington held a May Friday, May 19th. The the 'May Queen and the May Dance, with several of our 1 dancers, games of all kinds and erat dancing for the small rwere the features of the Little Dorothy Brown, Ver and -May Champagne one the Way Queen honors, thereby tributinp a large amount to nancial iuaeas, Dorothy won by large majorlty, tu 442 votes, or ~$1.10. Vera 3191 votes, or $9.55. May pagne, $4.75 This Is the first affair givse the educational building. WNext week we will p'. sh full amount ~ade. " mqxo's DAU I 'n : t a meeting of the King's ers, held on Monday, May 15r . following officers .were serve for the ens or, nrs. H. T. . G. . Mr : ar, Mrs. D. .L d Mrs. H. A. Mia.de a I.ul Kammer the south 157 feet, said pro ins bounded as follows: O north by the property bewis B. Abadie, on the property owned by E. J. on the south by the Seh nder erty, and on the west by the of Florida street, i. the town of ington. .auesment $800. and costa $15.i5. TERMS tO ' UALZA On said day of mle I Rill sell portion of said propedtty or will point oet and tla debtor will not point ouat property I will at onc, further delay, sell the of said property, of ai any bidder will buy Lfor thie of taxes, interest and cie said debtor.' The sale wil be out appraisement, for tender money of the 1ja and the property sold' b deemable at any timr', for' of one year by :paynlg the ; " 20 per cent Interest, cost .ad ties added.. T. E. heriff and Er.mcd)e . .