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MRW. H. M. . ZMMER Graduate Mid-wife Successor to Mrs. Schndeder. . .Box 581 Covington, La. MRS. J. BERNE Registered Nurse Iteuidence on MIUltary Roed Phone 877. HENRY J. MILLLER Lawyer Iteal Estate Agent Box 12 Pearl River, Ia. Ml I. J. IATTLE, R. N. Graduate New Orlesas Smaolarmn. W'bhome 58 Si1dell, La. MRS. J. BERCERB ~andeville La. I'racical N uruo--Mase Trstmean Will answer calls to say place. is.k.|J/.E D. iiL L AtI,.~ IauysMean and buraeom IVouim and Uovington, la. IPhones: C:olsingto,. 49. lolsons. 49-5. L I.. il.KIATZ. M* D. Rouare: Abiu Sprtmng--d so am a i.; 4 Wo I . ua. .~oWgru ---I:.0 sto 9:80 p. a. ues.I.eM -.aBrrlso. aId 4t. Phonme W. . MILLER a BURNS Attorneys and Counselors at Iaw COulvaton Beak Buildg . t'ovlnto, ** IL.Islaaa J. M. SIMMONS. AttorePy-St-lew Covlgton Bank Buildinag Coviagton, Ia. ARTHUR L. BEAB Astorneuy sad Couselor at Law Coviacton Bakn Bualldiag '.avlanatfln. * * * s tlllana THOMAS M. 4.NB S ARmorme at law .e in covtngson neu fr-s r Company Balg. s.oseuem.. sen. DR. A. G. MAYLIE Mandevllls la. Marigay Avenue between Claiborle and Jeferson Streets Will be at ofce in Southern Hotel. Covington, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. 1.. C. MOISE Attorne at Law cad votary raune O. iO.s 13 Ceviages.U. L QI 11. RPIBSlEB Ikatlat. RU.. in . toslntm Rta RtulllM .afreg, o a . in. 1o 4 p. I1. F. O ,I'by n and Surgeon Oficen in Southern Hotel. Phone No.. / 3 n3QI'Ol. M. ID Ralldenre No 1 ii; !Rd A...'. Twn blocks from' op1ti' sg'hool bui lug ornni 17 t o a * 4hm t DR. K. WENFIKI.P NEV. Olfee Hours: Maullonvlle: Wednesdlys mvi" Saturdays. 2 to 4 p. m. U'reshyterlat Hospitall. New Or. leans: Tuesdays and Frldays. H. H. WARRUCU /'hskilan sad KurgeOS. CovnIgton. I0 +)m(ce :10 Conlumbia street Residence: New Hampsbire street near Rutlannd ("U,..r I'Iep. 56 Roeldo, a Phone 13a 'I.M'' Phu.ee 6w uI.a ,ee 0hoe 161 tilt H 4. OA3'TUNKAIX Hll w.I s'"i IE*n to a wi'naton and Re suitd Practice. .fi'sr----.Riutt 'n l,'itel Building HW""r . u 4" "I1 g4d. m., ac'ý til I N I1I M "..#ji,gISu I~oulslana lHqig 9 o n m to S p. a Phoae 313. Wphrlt Building. HOWARD URun= PARISH SUDRYWOR alil i- . (kaor 6 *. "rrsru !Ylwe mw ?. O.Dt 159.. 4DNWTAB1LE SALE. Louis Jenkins vs. Mose Richardson. Second Ward Justice Court, Parish of St Tammany, State of Louisiana. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of a writ of fieri facias issued out of the Fifth Ward Justice Court, for the parish of St. Tammany, LOu isiana, bearing date May 29, 1917, in the above entitled matter, and to me directed, I will proceed to sell to the last and highest bidder, on the 19th day of July, 1917, at the resi dence of W. L. Keating, Justice of the Peace, St. Tammany parish, La., the following described property, to wit: An undivided one-ninth interest in and to the east half of nw qr of ne qr, and the se qr of ne qr of sec 5, in township 5 south, range 10 east. Terms of Sale-Cash, with benefit of appraisement. This 9th day of June, 1917. TOM GALLOWAY, je16-5t Constable. CONSTABLE SALE. Louis Jenkins vs. Bishop Richard son. Secon dWard Justice Court, Parish of St. Tammany State of Louisiana. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of a writ of fieri facias issued by the above court, in the above entitl ed matter, bearing date May 28th, 1917, and to me directed, I will pro ceed to sell at public auction, to the last and highest bidder, on the 19th day of July, 1917, at" the residence of W. L. Keating, Justice of the Peace for the Second Ward of St. Tammany parish, La., the following described property, to-wit: An undivided one-ninth interest in and to the following described prop erty, to-wit: East half of nw qr of ne qr and the se qr of ne qr of sec tion 9 township 5 south, range 10 east. Terms of Sale-Cash, with benefit of appraisement. This 9th day of June, 1917. TOM GALLOWAY, jel6-5t Constable. CONSTABLE SALE. St. Tammany Bank & Trust Co. vs G. A. Ryan, No. 169, and St. Tammany Bank & Trust Co vs. G. A. Ryan, No. 170. Third Ward Justice Court, Parish of S t. Tammany, State of Louisiana. By virtue of a writ of fleri facias issued out the above honorable court and to me directed, bearing date June .., 1917, I have seiezed and will offer for sale to the last and highest bidder, at Covington, Third Ward Justice Court, Parish of St. Tammany, La., between legal sale hours for Judicial sales, on Saturday, June 30, 1917, the following described property, to wit: Certain stock and fixtures. To satisfy judgment in the above entitled cases. A. BEAUCOUDRAY, jel6-3t Constable. HOMESTEAD ENTRY. Baton Rouge, La., June 7, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Thad ius J. Mitchell, of Nicholson, Miss., who, on April 5, 1912, made home stead entry, No. 1497, for wv hf of nw qr, tp 7 s, range 15 e, St. Hel. Meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to make final proof, to establish claim to the alnd above described, before Clerk of Court, at Covington, La., on the 23d day of July, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: B. B. Mitchell, of Nicholson, Miss., N. W. Mitchell, of Nicholson, Miss., C. C. Mitchell, of Nicholson, M.is., and L. J. Stockstell, of Picayune, Miss. FRED J. GRACE, Register State Land Office. Keep Wel Do not allow the poisons of undigested food to accumulate in your bowels, where they are absorbed into your system. Indigestion, con stipation, headache, bad blood, and numerous other troubles are bound to follow. Keep your system clean, as thous ands of others do, by taking an occasional dose of the old, reliable, veg etable, family liver medi cine. Thedford's Black-Draught Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of Rising Fawn, Ga., writes: "We have used Thed ford's Black-Draught as a family medicine. My mother-in-law could not take calomelas it seemed too strong for her, so she used Black-Draugt asa mild laxative an iver in m iand believe it is the bestmedicine for the liver made." Try it. lThdfor.b~L a pack* agte. E4u 1 IMBFRAN"'g COt'(H I ~RME DY MOST EFj g''TUAI . "I have taken a great many bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and every time it has cured me. I t. vo found it most effectual for a hacking cough and for colds. After taking it a cough always disappears.," writes 1. R. Moore. Lqst Valley, Ga. Ob L talnabla, everywhere. SPUTBVses smU in yoear homes at nlght? Yes, Edl Sson's bottled snshine. Electr lec light is by far the cleanest and best, and n arse that your home s not equipped come to us and let us con vince you of the small cost and Its superiority over all the other old fashioned lighting methods. St Tammany Ice and Manufacturing Company, LIMITED. When you are in JOE RAUCIHS BARROOM Abita Springs call and see us. Finest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars STANGA MERCANTILE CO. General Merchandse Store ABITA SPRINGS, LA. The only first-class establishment in ABITA SPRINGS. Go there if you want goods at the OHEAPEST PRICE. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH. HAMILTON BROWN SHOES Latest Styles in Dry Goods and Notions Poole Undertaking Co. Funeral Directors and Embalmers C. MARVIN POOLE, Manager, Calls promptly attended to day or night COVINGTON, LA. P. J. LACROJIX Fancy Dress Goods. Gents Furnishings, Hats, Shoes and Clothing. Agents for Butterick Patterns Telephone 128. PLANCHE'S WOOD YARD Is Ready to Furnish You All Kinds of STOVE and FIRE WOOD ---CUT TO ANY LENOTH----- Delivered in Town Telephone No. 224.3 Why lot ire you ýboy .nd irl an std/r gcaand *efaine G ive them the same chancestowinpro motion and success asthe ladhaving the advantage of Ir WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionary in his home. This new creation answers with final author it ll kinds of plin questions in history, geography, biography, ý a r forRITssr for Th selnpnext fiastibon of ar l eands scoe a#crs osisate i 0e eldcn he olr,.ot w tCePars SupelIatedet st Colintton Jl. AND INOT beIýE haria h f Supeirutedeft at Covinlton, on July 30, 31, Auguts 1, (white), and Aug. 2, 3,4, (colored). Those applicants who desire to stand examinations in special subjects should notify the un dersigned not later than July 12th. ELMYIR E. LYON, je23-4t Superintendent. MASONIO LODGE NO. 188. P. a A. M. Meets every second and fourth ruesdays at 71:0 p. m W. H. KENTZEL, W. M. L. A. PERREAND, Secty. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. Meets first and third Wednesdays of eaeh month In Knights of Colum bus Hall. Covington. La. ROBT. L. AUBERT. G. K. C. C. KORN1fMELD Secty. Is. A. O; D. Rogue Palays Grove No. 21. Meats on the Irst Saturday and third Friday of each month. at 7:30 o a.. In Masonic Hall. Covlngton La. F. J. PITZSIMONS. N. A. P. B. MARSOLAN, 8ec. HICUESTER SPILLS DOA.OND DRAND Z,. s o eao m1tal ba, esed with Jel a SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS i, Ml EVERYWHERE NST, (We cairy it stoki a full supply of KEER MASON JARS, for preserving FRUITS and VEGETABLES. Our prices are right and we want to serve you. The prices of cans for canning, this year, will be out of reach, and it will be ECONOMICAL to use JARS. Place your order now before our car arrives. OOVINGTON GtRO. & GRAIN CO., "The Big Feed Store." OFFICIAL NOTNES. NOTICE TO MORTGAGE CREDIT- 1 ORS. Tax Collector's Office, Abita Springs, Louisiana, June 10, 1917. In conformity with Sieion 62, Act 85 of 1888, notice is hereby giv en to all parties holding mortgages upon real estate located in the town of Abita Springs, La., on which tax es for 1916 have not been paid, that I will begin the sale of same at the Town Hal in the Town of Abita Springs, on Saturday, July 14, 1917, at 11 o'clobk a. m., and that a num ber of pieces of property so delin quent are now being advertised in this newspaper in conformity with the law, preparatory to such sale. The attention of mortgage creditors is especially called to these adver tisements of tax sales and they are warned to take such steps prior to sale as may be necessary to protect their rights. A. O. PONS, Tax Collector. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the St. Tammany Parish School Board will receive sealed bids for the erec tion of a frame school house to be ,bailt in the town of Mandeville, La., in strict accordance with plans and specifications by Nolan & Torre, architects of New Orleans, and from whom plans may be secured. Notice is also given that the duly authorized building committee will meet in the Mandeville Bank on Tuesday, July 10, 1917, at 10 o'clock a. m., and proceed to open bids and award contract to the lowest re sponsible bidder, reserving the right to reject any and all bids. Bids should be addressed to Hon. Herman H. Levy, of Mandeville, La., and contain a certified check of $300 made payable to Herman H. Levy to be held as liquidated damages until bond is given through a Surety Com pany. ELMER E. LYON, Superintendent. NOTICE. Notice is hereLy given that the parish school board will receive bids for the erection of a third room to the Audubon public school situated in the Sixth Ward. This room will be built acording to plans and spec- I fications by Chas. Jenkins. architect. Notice is also given that on Wed nesday, June 20, a duly authorized building committee appointed May 2, 1917, will meet in the omce of the superintendent at 11 o'clocK a. m. and proceed to open bids and award the contract to the lowest responsi ble bidder. The committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids. A cash deposit will be required from eac hbidder as per specifications, and a bond for one-half the contract price will be required from the suc cessful bidder. ELMER E. LYON, Superintendent. NOTICE. To the Public: Notice is hereby given that the partnership of Planche & Chrestia has been dissolved, and I have taken over the business and will conduct same in the future, aiming to give the people the best of service. Respectfully, je9-3t A. J. PLANCHE. NOTICE. Covington, La., June 21, 1917. Notice is hereby given that a gen eral meeting of the stockholders of the Covington Grocery & Grain Com pany, Ltd., will be held at its office in the town of Covington, Louisiana, on the 28th day of July, 1917, for the purpose of voting upon the prop ositidb of changing, amending and re-enacting Article I and IV of the Charter of said company. First--To amend Article I of said charter, in order to increase the powers and extend the scope of the business carried on by said com pany. Second-To change the date on 1which the Board of Directors shall be elected. Third-To do all acts necessary and proper in the premises and to transact such other business as may come before the meeting. E. J. DOMERGUE, President. J. S. WATERMAN, SSecretary. je23-6t NOTICE TO MORTGAGE CR.EDIIT ORS. Tax Collector's Office, Mandeville, Louisiana. June 21, 1917. In conformity with Sect:on 62, Act 85 of 1888, notice is hereby giv en to all parties holding mortgages upon real estate located in the town of Mandeville, La., on which taxes for 1916 have not been paid, that I will begin the sale of same at the Town Hall in the tgwn of Mande ville, La., on Saturday, July 29, 1917, at 11 o'clock a. m., and that a num ber of pieces of property so delin quent are now being advertised in this newspaper in conformity with the law, preparatory to such sale. The attention of mortgage creditors is especially called to these adver tisements of tax sales and they are warned to take such steps prior to sale as may be necessary to protect their rights. PHILIP SMITH. Tax Collector. FOR SALE. 'Whippoorwill pears, 3.50 per bush el. Alexius Bros. & Co., Inc. je23-2t NOTI.E TO CONTmRACORS. The special committee espointed by the St. Tammany Parish School Board will receive and open bids for the construction of a concrete or brick sewer across the Covlngton school property on Thursday, July 26, 1917, at 10 a. m. Sewer is to be of size sufficient to carry off all the water that drains through the present ditch and shall follow the ditch as far as practicable and be in construction similar to the sewer crossing the Bourgeois prop erty. Sewer is to start on Jefferson Avenue where the present drain crosses, and continuing to corner run down to the lowVr end of the school property facing Theard Avenue. Bidders must furnish specifica tions showing proposed materials to be uesd and manner of construction. The committee reserves the right to reject any and all bids. N. H. FITZSIMONS, E. G. DAVIS, A. C. McCORMACK. iCommittee. AMENDMENT of the CHARTER ST. TA.IMANY BANK & TRUST CO. Be it known that on this 20th day of June, 1917, before me, Lewis L. Morgan, Notary Public, within and for the parish of St. Tammany, State of Louisiana, and in the presence of the undersigned witnesses, personal ly came and appeared: Jaco9 Sei ler and Louis M. Bourgeois, both residents of said parish, to me per sonally known, who declare that the said Jacob Seiler was chairman, and the said Louis M. Bo, rgeois was the secretary of a general meeting of the stockholders of the St. Tammany Bank & Trust Company, held at its banking house at Covington, Louisi ana, on the 19th day of June, 1917, CITY DRUG STORE. COVINGTON, LA. 313 Columbia street. Prescriptions tilled Promptly--Day and Night. Phone 16 A Full Line of PERFUMES FANCY CDs FRESH DRUGS and AND LOWrNEY'S TOILET CHOCOLATES T I ARTICLES. Always Fresh. J. L. WATK INS. Prop Aoneille & Sons Baiery F, (Near the Public School) " We have and will continue to have the largest bread. Delivered daily all over the j town. Also pies, rolls and candy. "iii Phone 48 Southern Industrial Life Insurance & Burial Association, Inc. HOME OFFICE 317. NEW HAMPSHIRE ST. COVING J'ON, LOUISIANA. Insures Men, Women and Children against loss by sickness, accident and death. All Under One Policy 10c and 15c Premiums J. A. STANGA, Pres. ERNEST PRIETO, Vice-Pres. J. ELLIOTT STANGA, Secretary and Treasurezr St. Paul's College (Formerly DIXON ACADEMY) COVINGTON -- - - LA. UNDER THI DIRECTION OF BENEDICTINE FATHERS Peparatory, Commercial, Academic Courses DAY AND BOARDING PUPILS. For Further Particulars, Appply to St. Joseph's Abbey, St. Benedict Postoffice, La. Telephone 47 H. H. Suan, Pres. A. R. SMITH, Secretary-Traes. A. V. SMITH. V. P. Smith Hardware Co., Ltd. COLUMBIA STREET. Near Baston HARDWARE n PAINTS, OILS HARNESS WAGONS BUGGIES sf. SCHOIASTICA'S ACADEIMY COVINGTON, LA. t Boarding and Day School for Girls and Young Ladies Conducted by the BENEDI SISTERS For rular4 ppl to Moer Prioa g of which meeting due and lrgal no tice had been given to the said stock holders, in accordance with the laws of the State of Louisiana, and the re quirements of the charter of said bank, and at which meeting there were present or represented more than two-thirds of the capital stock of said corporation. And appearers declare that at said meeting a resoiuti,n was adopted by the unanimous vote of all the stock holders present and represented, by which Article III of charter of said corporation was amended and re-en acted so as to rea'l as follows: That the capital stock of this cor poration is hereby lixed at $50.000, divided and represented by 1,000 shares of the par value of $50 each, which stock shall be paid for in cash, at the time of subscription. The capital stock of tne company shall be full paid. non-as: e.sable and transferable, on the books of the company, at its office in Covington, Louisiana, on surrendar of the cer tificates therefor. And said appearers declare that they were authorized and instructed by said stockholders meeting to sign and execute the proper notarial act amending and re-.nacting Article III of the charter of the said corpora tion, and that they do now make this declaration and exec te this notarial act in accordance thcrew,tn. Thus done and 'cigned at my oflco at Covington, Louisiana. in the pres ence of C. E. Sch'uberg and J. H. Warner, competent witnesses, who signed the same with the said ap pearers, and me, Notary Public, after due reading of the whole. JACOB SE[LbER. LOUIS 1.. BOURGEOIS., Witnesses: C. E .SCHONEERO1. J. H. WARNER. LEWIS L MORGAN, je23 Notary Public.