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0. Swe Eveym7tda at~c fhs auu ~f RUSTIC and BULIL(CH'S DRUG _____ The St. Tammany Farmer ____ Hal. MAS Oe, Per LoA Y s0scrhe1. Help boost L6 pNros. D. H. MAsoN, Editor COVINGTON, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1920. VOL. 46 No. 50 PRIZES AND RIBBONS AWARDED AT THE FAIR In Spite of Bad Weather the Returns From the Fair Will More Than Pay Expenses and Big Preparations are in Anticipation for Next Year In spite of rain, mud and disagree able weather generally, the manage ment of the St. Tammany Parish Fa r are to be congratulated upon its be ing a financial success. The gross receipts will approximately be $7000, which will leave a net earning of sev eral hundred dollars. This is a mo'it remarkable showing and is due to the energy put into the fair work. Industrial exh bits were made by International Harvester Co. (Alex ins Bros.); the Bogaiusa Paper Mill, Turpentine Co., and Conservation Department; the State Conservation (Mr. Core); the Dodge Auto (Rich ard & Riggs); the Nash and the Chevrolet (F. G. C. Auto Shop); the Studebaker (Covington Garage); the Overland (Jo3. Caserta); the Scripps Booth (C.ement and Galigher); the Covington Moss Works; the Burns Furniture Co. (model kitchen and domestic science); Corn Products Co. of Illinois (Me'ola Cooking Oil); Fordson Tractor (L. F. Wehrli); the Cletrac (F. G. C. C. Auto Shop); and the Ranger Tractor (Mr. Bul loch). The ladies made more money in the restaurant than last year. Ar rangements were more convenient; service was better . The Red Cross Tent was equipped for taking care of emergency cases and did, in fact, handle several cas es, besides taking care of some who were overcome or lost consciousness for a short time. Babies, also, were taken care of and sacme examined for defects. Mrs. Exstrand, of New Or leans, assisted Mrs. Wharton and Miss Lans ng and Dr. Maylie was in attendance dally. Lieut. Higgins stated that we had the best aviation field of the coun . try fairs, and this will be further im ; proved next year by making of-an .1I and probably the buildi.g of. q l~ter for holieng of aerop5ihesl i :*s weather. In fact, quite a num b* of improvements are anticipated forthe Twelfth Annual Fair. The following are the executives, directors and chairmen of the Fair Association: J. H. Warner, president; C. E. Scehonberg, vice-president; E. G. DIvis, treasurer. - Executives and Chairmen. . "'trs. J. B. Wortliam, Woman's D vision; J. L. Haller, Finance; Dr. A. O, Maylie, Amusements and Conees slons; Robt. W, Badon, Racing and Aviation; H. A. Mackie, Grounds and Buildings; F. F. Wigginton, Manu - acturers; E. J. Domergue, Floor; E. G. Davis, Invitation and Reception, Eads Poitevent, Transportation; C. -E. Schonberg, Admission; W. P. Minckler, Premiums and Auditing;. 'Mrs. J, C. Burns, Educational; J. IH. Warner, Executive Committee.. Directors Fritz Salmen, Slidell; W. H. Kahl, ,Bush; S. H. Cleveland, Slidell; A. O. ,Pons, Abita; J. D. McLain, Folsom; S'N. H. FitzSimons, Cov:ngton; Mrs. "E. R. Moses, Covington; Mrs. B. B. Warren, Covington; Mrs. J. H. Wa- aer, Covington; Mrs. B. H. Gardner, Slidell; Miss Kate Eastman, Coving "'ton. We are able to publish in this week's issue only a partial list of the prize winners, ,but will have the re 'ma!nder in issue of next week, which will be the Red Cross Roll Call Spocial Edition.. We will publish in that issue other fair pictures and pic ture sf the iparade; Winners in Livestock DepartmeInt Aberdeen Angus bull, 3 yeare pr over, Reuben Bennett, Cirst, Hereford bull, Morris Iacroix, .irst and second. Jersey bull, 2 years and under 3, PFelix Bachemin, first. Jersey heifer, 1 year and under 3, Felix Bachemin, first and second. Ram, 2 years and over, L. T. Heintz, first. Ram, 1 year and under 2, L. T. . Heintz, first. Ewe, 2 years or over, L. T. Heint;, arst. Ewe, 1 year and under 2, L. T. Heintz, first. Ewe, under 1 year, L. T. Heints, first. : Flock sheep, L T. Heintz, first. Duroc-Jersey senior yearling boar, .W. J. Warren, first; Mrs. G. A. Clann s :ong. Durop-Jersey junior yearling pig, F:Pred. W. Yates, first. i.roc-Jelrsey junior yearling bqar " pig, Morris Lacroix, first; Tqm Rout, se.=Ond. SDuroc-Jersey junior sow pig, S. C. 1T. Jenkins, first and second; Frod -W. Yates, third. SDuroc-Jersey sow, any age, M. and J. Edgar, first. SDuroc-Jersey senior sow, J. H. Smith, first. : Poland China, bent aged boar, B. .W. Brown, first. Poland China, best junioc sow pig, Tom Rout, first. Poland China, Junior boar pig, STom Rout, first. i ., Poland China, sow pig, Tom Rout, first. Mare, 6 years old, Maurice Hleintz, S second. Stall on, first, W. T. Wallis. Jennet, first, Herbert Warner. S Stallion, over 3 years, Felder Fitr. .morris, second. BANK HOLIDAYS. Mongay, November 1st, All Saints Tuesday, November 2nd, genera: election. These being legal holidays, the .banks of the parish will be closed. SThree-gaited saddle horse,.- Arch Gains, first. Mare, 3 years 6 months, A. W. Jones, first. Colt, over 3 years, J. Loul Smith, second.. Work or draft horses, Gaser's Branch, first and third. Mule, 1 year and under 2, G. E. Brunet, first. THE PROVOST ASSAULT CASE. In the assault case of J. W.?Pro vost, in which the defendant was bonded and did not appear for trial, the bond was declared forfeited an i re-arrest was made. The case will come up next term of court. Bond was 'ncreased to $5000. ----u---- LIST OF DEAlD I'TTERS.' Follo ving is the list of dead let mrs remaining in the Covington post oflice: Sam Dawson, J, Fuller, A. G. Hy mel 2, Miss liula Dee Jenkins, Moses Johnson,Mrs. Florence Jacksoq, Jule Laurent, Frank Moran, Rosa Powell, Mrs. Bertha Smith, Mrs. H. J. Smith. Miss Annie Smith 2, James H. Sharp, Mrs. ,eontne Saizon, James Wilil ams. JAO JACOB 8Er SIR,. Postmaster. A START IN LIFE. All most of us need is a start in life-the rest comes easy. I am going to give you a chance to make that start. "I will sell you a lot 50 by 128sfeet in Connolly Addition to Covrfig for only $50, on payment o_0ope dollar down and qne-' r a week. ;s wtil auer rbitter chance E. GLISBQN, 407 Gibson Street, Covington, La. -----0---- NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC, Notce is hereby given that. the Police Jury of this parish will meet on the 9th ady of November, 1920, fortthe purpose of recelving" ptotet and hearing complaints on valuation of property for assessment purposes in this parish fixed by the Board .)f dtate Affairs. All. taxpayers desir ng to protest valuations fixed by the Board of State Affairs must file their protea with the Secretary of he Police Jury on or before the date or ..Id meeting, - F, F... MARTINDALAE, oca0-2 :.PeketayF -Police Jury. REQUIEM MASS. Solemn requiem high snass. at St. Peter's Cathol c Church, Covington, on Thursday, November 4, at 7 a. m., in memory of Terence McSwiney, Lord Mayor of Cork, Ireland. The requiem mass is being said at the request of the friends of Irish Freedom of Covington. All God-fearing persons, irrespec tive of creed, are respectfully invit- 4 ed to- attend. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comfort, of Slidell, were among the many visit ors to the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dominique re turned Sunday to their home in New I Orleans, after having spent their honeymoon here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E, NilsP,, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Lyon spent several days in New Orleans, having Joined Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hood and little daughter, who spent several days there. Miss Elsie Elchinger returned last Monday to her home in New Orleans after a week spent here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ostendorf. Miss Mimi Prevost spent several days in New Orleans during the past week, having gone over to attend the funeral of Mrs. Jules Mazarat. Mrs. Lester Wak:na, Jr., left Wed nesday morning for Birmingham, Ala., after several months spent here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. ClanI, Mrs. Chas. F. Buck, Jr., has re turned to New Orleans after several days spent here as the guest of Miss Laura Hosmer. Mrs. Eugene Ray, after several days spent here with Misses Marie and Alice Vallee, has returned to New Orleans. CLAS~IFIED ADVERTIEiMENTS LO)ST-At Fair Grounds, on Fri day, Oct. 22, one ladies' black sweat er. Reward if returned to Miss Elise Vulliet, S.8t. Scholastica's Academy, Covington. oc341 WANTUD--psition as bookkeep er or small set of ks to keep in Cov.ngton, Abita: Ings, Mandeville or Slidell. Goo ferences. Ad dress "A. B." 11 [alennie tsreet, New Orleans, I1 oc30 Thanks to St. Rf)t for favor grant ed. Any one wJl .sed always play to her, .w,.,.. . N. N. RED CROSS WILLI SHOW PICTURES AT PARKVIEW MONDAY The Boy Scouts of Coving ton Will Attend In a Body. , WILL BE MUSIC s AND SINGING Pictures Will Be Interesting and Entertainment Is Free of Cost. There will be pictures run at the i Parkview -Theatre, Monday, in th,: 1 interest of the Red Cross Rol' Call the campaign for which w:li beg ii November 11. The pictures will be interesting and the entertainment generally will be first c ass. Ther will be demonstrations of first ail service- as practiced by the Red Cross, by Major -hields and Mr. 0. H. Ekstrand,' spec al representat.ve of the pitblicity department of the a Gulf Division A. R. C. will have charge of the pictures. Lewis JL. gr9an ang C. S. A. Fuhrmana will delivqr addresses. Mrs. R. A. McCormack will sing, ac companied by Mrs. Ed, Barringer, music by Mrs, Ekstrand, and the Boy Scouts w:ll be there in a body. The entertainment is entirely free and the public is invited to attend. 11 1 Wholesndr atle illing Investigated as - (Irdlt of s eer by tmhe Amerlf mtie e ndior by the llgendiarme (osfv e. either by the Aomerica martsd 1 those ialands of the West rnstv OOVINGTON.WALDHEIM R. F. D. ROUTE LENGTHENED. The following order has been issu - ed on the Covington-Waldheim Rural Route: Fro mNovember 1, require carrier to travel three times a week on the Strip from Waldheim north on the Ben Williams road v:a Galloway to the point of intersection with Mili tary Road, returning over that road and the presuent route to Covington; t increasing the distance 6 miles, one i way, equal to 1,5 nailes aed back of i bx times a week service; allow con 1 tractor $154.29 per annum add:tion 1 pay. Schlunle. Leave Covington, Monday, Wed tnesday anil Friday at 10:30 ao m.; arrive at Waldheim by 12:30 p. m. t Leave Waldheim, Monday, Wed nesday and tFriday at 1:00 p. m.; ar rive at Covington by 3:00 p. m. 1 Leave Covington, Tuesday, Thurs t day and Saturday at 10:30 p. m.; Sarrive Waldheim by 12:30 p. m. Leave Waldheim, Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday at 1:00 p. m.; ar- I rive at Covington by 5:00 p. m. a POLICE JURY NOTICE, t There will be a regular meeting 1 of the Polvce Jury on Tuesday, No- T vember 9, 19W0, 1 PF. J. MARTINDALE, s o30-2t Secretary. -4)------- FOISOM NOTES. a Mr. Sidney Burns, of Folsom, is a spending a few days w:th his brother 1 in Onville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry MdKee, of Delta, Colo., are here for a while. Mrs. Milton Carroll and family, of Bogalusa, are spending a week here. Miss Hilda McLain is now teach- 1 ing school at Sun. She spends the week end with her people here. Miss E.na Davis, of Abita Spr'ngs, is spending a while with Mrs. Leach. Mr. and Mrs. Barron, of Texas, are visiting their son, John, here. S Mr. Charles McLain is attending e college at Washington, Miss., thes year. * Quite a xumiter from here attend ed the fair at Covington last week. Mr. Morgan Wallis is a visitor to F- olsom. s Mr. Kenisle Blaekwell wan a visitor to Mr. John Willie recently, SSCHOOLS PARADE, COVINGTON A view showing part of the scho ol parade as it ropilded the corner of Boston and Columhbig treet , Th'is parade was a mile and a half long and waI made iu Ot atout two thousand school children. KOEPP-YENN&. The marriage of Mr. Christian Koepp, Jr., of Madisonville, and Miss Dorothy Yenn', of Birmingham, Ala., .was quietly solemnized Sunday fore noon at the home of Mrs. A. T. Jones in Covington, in the prepence of a few intimate friends, Rev. A. FF. Vaughan, of the Methodist Church, officiating. Following the ceremony the happy couple and .uests were entertainei at a luncheon by Mr. sand Mrs. A. B. Guyol, after which tlte bride and groom le.t rof Bogsaiz, where they w'11 reside. ,Both, Mr. `and Mrs. Koepp, have many friends here who will be pleas ed to l.earn of their marriage, Mr. Koepp having been a prosperous young business man at Madisonville, and his bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yenni, who made their home here for several years, Mrs. Koepp being a mpmnxer of the faculy of the Madisonville Junior High School. RED CROSS HEALTH POSTER CONTEST. The Health Poster Contest, which was put on last term by the Red Cross Nurse and Parish School Board was brought to a successful close with a sp:endid exhibit at the Fair. More than 250 posters were sub mitted, anti as it was impossible to exhibit them all, the five judges met previous to the Fair and selected the best. They were divided into two classes: Primary, up to and in cluding the third grade, and the other class, fourth to eighth grades, inclusive, with first and second prizes for each. Each class was carefully gone over by the judges, who select ed as winners those carrying the most striking health lesson. To the Folsom school goes the credit of having the largest number on exhibit, and the blue ribbon for the primary class was won by little Ouida Blackwell, second grade, of the PoIsqm school, who gets the cash prize of $2.50. The other winners were: Mary Sharp, second grade, Covington high school, second, primary, red ribbon and cash prize of $1.00; James Giis son, fifth grade, Covington hi`gh school, blue ribbon and $2.50; Law rence Sollberger, sixth grade, Slidell high school, red ribbon and $1.00. miuch interest was manifested, not only by teachers and pupils, but the public, and many children are heard already -planning fox the next con test, which will, be put on this term, announcements of which will be made later. '--.-0-- THE COVINGTON MOSS WORKS Among the new enterprises in our town that deserves mention is the Covington Moss and Mattress Works Their display at the Fair, consisting of their moss manufactured under a new patented process, and of excel lently manufactured mattresses was a cretit to the organization and at tracted the attention of a large num ber of visitors. Their booth was p=ettily decorated and those in at tendance readily explained the meth od of processing the moss and also the making of mattresses. This concern has sold to the best furniture trade in New Orleans and surrounding territory and will short ly resume operation on a large scale, processing and baling moss for ship ment to the large automobile manu facturers in th's country, as it has been proven that this product is a superior upholstery material for the purpose, and the 1nquiri'es and orders that the concern has on file shows that the demand for this grade of moss is an assured one and. should prove to be a very remunerative bus: ness. The concern has the beat wishes of The Farmer for a speedyl and profitable success in their Fea ture. -0-- Mr. Daniel Jung, who has had charge of the delivery of the New Orleans papers here, leaves for Boga lusa where he will be in the same business. Mr. Jung has been hera for a year and has given excellent service, and his customers regret to see him le~ve WARNED--'PIJET. A pretty wedding which was sol emnized at the home of the bride's father, at 8 o'clock Wednesday even ing, October 27, 1920, was that of Miss Jeanne Anna Piguet and Mr. J. Harry Warner, Jr.. The bride 's the only daughter of Mr. Harry Piguet. The ceremony was perform ed, by "Rev. John Burger, of- Sit.. Peter's Catholic Church, in the pres ence of a large number of relatives and, friends. The home was artisti cally decorated with palms and ferns. The wedding march was played by Miss Alice Mailhes, of New Orleans. Mrs. Haro!d Nebe, of New Orleans, was matron of honor. She wore a gown of pink taffeta and lace and a hat to match and carried a bouquet of pin kroses. Mass Cecile Warren was maid of honor and wore a gown of Nile greeen taffeta and lace and wore a hat "to match. she carried a bouquet of yellow roses. The bride entered on the arm of her father, who gave her away. -She is one of Covington's prettiest girls and never looked lovlier than she di'i in her wedding gown of white satin and lace. She carried a shower bou quet of l'lies of the valley. Mr. Olive; J. Hebert was best man. DIar ing the signing :of the register sev eral vocal solos were beautifully ren deerd by Mssh" Susanne Bordenave. A iecepton w-as held- after- the ceremony taei delightful' -eeefiesh ments were .44rvd. - The popularity of the young couple was attested by the many beautiful gifts they received. After a wedding trip of two Weeks the happy couple will be at home to the'r friends in their pretty little bungalow on Lee Road. Among the out-of-town guests in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. J. Armbruster, Miss Vera Armbruster, Mrs. A. Maumus, Misa M. Piguet, Mrs. C. W. Harold, Mrs. Harold Nebe, Miss Alice Matlhes and Mlis Susanne Bordenave, Mr. R. Lazard, Mr, Harry Prosdame, of New Or reans, and Mrs. P. E. Hardee, the groom's rister, from Bogalusa. - THE TENNIS CLUB. The Covington Tennis, Club last week completed their fifth annual tournament w'th the following wir" ners: L. Smith, men's singles; Mrs. J uilan H. Smith, ladies' singles; Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Smith, mixed doubles, and Dewey Olinde and Jul ian H. Smith, men's singles. -------0---- The prize winning dogs of Morris Lacroix,- at the fair, were stolen. The supposed thief was captured within several hours. The dogs were traced to Ann:e Washington's home (colored), She said they were given to her by Link Wilson (color ed). Botht were arrested, Link Wil son charged with larceny and break ing and entering in the night time, and Annie Washington was charged with receiv'ng stolen property. The arrests were made by Deputy Boes. SHERIFI"'S SALE. Su'cession of Henry Jack Willis. No. 122. *enty-S'xth Judicial District Court, S.t Tamrmany Pariah, Louisiana. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of an order of court, and to me directed, bearing date the 23d day of October, 1920, I will proceed to sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, at the premises at Pearl River, on Saturday, December 4, 1920, the following described property, to wit: A certain lot or parcel of land situated.in the village of Pearl River, St Tammany -palish, Louisiana, and facing on the Slidell-Pearl River road, south of the residence of S. ('. Seal, and being more fully described as follows: The north half of the Brockhame claim No. 41, tp 8 s r 14 e, and im provements thereon, commencing at an fron poet near a lightwood stump be.rtng 6 67 degrees e 79 links from SHe May Fight dank Georges Carpestier, the French scrapper after Ameries blood, may have his wishes granted, am.' cording to latest report. Cai. pentler knocked Lehvi ouz t io the fourth round only afew days ago and his hopes are hg tor a opportunity to meeot L Demp. say. It is said that OarpegUes has agreed to m'eet three nents under the sauptee of Richard at Madisea are Gea den this winter. The e'tese e o these boats will determine wheth. or he will battle Dempsey, the northeast corner of the church building; thence n 19 degrees e 34 links to an iron post near a pine tree bearing 60 degrees e 2 links from the said iron post; thence n '1 w 1 chain 60 links to an iron post ,bear ing as 18 degrees w 10 links from an oak tree marked thus X. thence a 19 degrees ,w CBia~ tQ.m an ron poat; n 16 degrees w 1Iks to an oak tree marked X; then.cep 71 degrees e 1 chain 60 links to: a iron pot n 53 degree 2 w from a pine tree marked X; thence n_19 degrees e 65 links to the point of beginning. Containing 6930 squarefeet, more or less. Being the same 'prpetity? ac quired by the said deceased from P. W. Schneider by act acknowledg ed 'before H. R. Warren, clerk and ex-offlc'o notary, June 14, 1905, and recorded June 14, 1905, in C. O. B. 4-,pp` 4:.' A certain lot or parcel of land to gether with all the buildings and im provementa thereon, known as the Seal Saloon building, and being more fully described as follows: Lot No. 2 in square No. A-1 of the subdivision of the heirs of Thos. H. Crawford, according to sketch of survey made by 'Paul L. Gusman, surveyor, in the Village of PeNra aver, St. Tammana paritsh IaLouas anI.1 Being the same ptok ~tPac quired by the said deceasi-soth half"tlereof from J.3. 'WllibMt1_1 21, 1907,; recorded in C. O. B; 46, pp 353,tnd n3hf from M. C. Day, July 5, '1906, recorded in C. O. B. 45 pp 207 of the rgcords of St. Tammany parish, Louisiana. One-half undivided interest in and to the following described property: A certain-lot or parcel of land with all the buildings and improvements thereon situated in the Village of Pearl River, St. Tammany parish, Louisiana, and known as the resi dence of the sa!d deceased, more ftl ly described as follows: Commencing at a point on the right of way of the N. O. & N. B. R[. R., 4 chains and 97 links from where said right of way crosses the southern boundary line of the T. H. Crawford Claim No. 40, being La groni's se corner; thence 21 degrees west along said right of way 7.86 chains to a stake (an iron pipe); thence north 69 degrees west 20 cha ns to a point of intersection with he southern line of said T. H. Craw ford claim No. 40; thence north 78 degrees 30 minutes east along said boundary line to the Lagroni's south boundary 13 ohians, to point of com mencement, less 404-2000 acres own ed by Eliza H. Seals, wife of 8. G. Seals, and also less about one acre containing the old Willis store build ing. Being the same property ac quired by the leceased and Mrs. Elisa Ann Seal from the SMdell Sav ings & Homestead Association by act before W. L. Ellis, notary, Novem ber 19, 1917, in equal shares, record ed in C.LiO. B. 70 pp 478, of the records of St. Tammany parish, Itor isilana. One-half undivided interest in and to the following described property" A certain lot or parcel of land to gether with the buildings and im provements thereon situated in the Village of Pearl River, St. Tammany parish, Louisiana, known as the old WIlls store building and contadning one acre, more or less, being one acre lyng in the ne corner of the above described tract of land and iing ac quired by the deceased and Mrs. Eliza Ann Seal in equal shares from Henry Miller. A certain lot or portion of land together with the buildings and im provements thereon situated in the Village of Pearl River, St. Tammany Parish, Louisians, in lot 1-C of the Thos H. Crawford tract, said land measures 100feet wide by a depth of 220 feet, between parallel lines, and is bounded on the north by the lands of Mrs. Mary Palmer Brown, east by Crawford street, south 'by the Village Cemetery, and west by Mrs. Mary Palmer Brown lands. A certain lot or parcel of land wiith improvements, known as the Red Oak Farm, in St. Tammany par ish, La., and being more fully de searibed as follows: Lying and being situated in seec LIEUT. HIGGINS WILL CONTINUE AEROPLIANE FLIGHTS Those Who Were Unable to Go Up on Account of Weather Can Go. LIEUT. HIGGINS A CAREFUL FLYER Delighted With Covington and May Come Here for Permanent Home. As quite a number of people were disappointed at not being able to make a flight with Lieut. Higgens during the fa!r, the weather being prohibitive, he will return Monday, November 1, in order to accommo date them. Lieut. Higgens is a care ful and sure flyer and those who made flights with him were highly pleased with the trip. JHis return w 11 ko doubt be welcomed. Lieut. Higgens was delighted with Covington, and it is whispered that he is considering making his home here. He is a fine fellow and we hope he will follow his inclination and become a citizen. tion 40 and being partly in tp 8 and partly in tp 7 as r 14 e and being more fully described as being partly in Lot 5-B and partly in lot 6-B of the sub-division of the Thos. It. Crawtord Headright, lines run as fol lows: Commence at an lorn stake on the west side of Gum Creek Swamp on the southern boundary l.ne of lot S-B, thence along said south boundary line south 78 de grees 30 miapues west 12.70 chains to the, west bdandary line of lot 5-B, which: s also the west boundary lino of lot 6-B, thetoe along said west boundary line north 11 degrees w 25 chains to Gum Creek; thence run ning in a southerly direction follow Ing the meanderings of said Gum Creek Swamp to the point of com mencement. Containing 11 acres, more or less. Being the same prop erty as acquired 'by the deceased from Wm. D. Henley by act b+foro John Hager, J. .P., Janulzars 1 11, , recorded in C. O: B. 566 p 489. A certain piece or parcel of land situated in the Py'ish of St. Tam many, Louisiana, near the Village of Pearl River, and designated as lot No. 7-C of the Thos H. Crawford tract of- land in section No. 37 tp, 7 s 14 east and ia section No. 40 tp 8 wr 1r1 east, oontainiag46.28 acres; . dre'er lw, a per-hshl',otsu sev. .r'e of Paul ; · tiah, sarveyoro dathd ':" D~agg'ýý .1D8 a ste tinj thta .aent's a"° otfice, StO Tamas -t Parish, tLooUts .; ana. Being the same property si ac quired 'by 'ths i fideceased .frodr .. Don F. Watti by 4t Beitre '-'hn d' Hager, notary, August 3:l1918,tand A .soy recorded in C. O. B. 72 pp 482. Contents of Poetoiee, Pearl 'Biver, Loutasla. 1 McCaaky register. 1 iron safe. 1 large table. 1 small table. 1 roll top desk. 1 cabinet. 'Contents Under Residence. 1 corn planter. 1 roll 10 rods fence wire. 1 roll 80 rods barbed wire. 1 combined planting and fertiliser machine. Contents of Stable. 1 dise harrow, 2 horse. 1 Welter A. Wood mowing ma chine, 2 'horse. 1 dump cart. 1 hay rake, 1 horse. 1 Dixie pea hualler. 1 steel beam turning plow. 1 roll 'barbed wire. Contents of (rIb, 2 leather mule collars. 1 padded mule collar. 1 set harness for dump cart. 2 cross-cut sawe. 1 grind stone. ' bushdls cotton seed. 1 steel 'beam turning plow, 1 horse , steel beam turnlng plow, 2 horse 1 side harroM~ 1 5-tooth cultivator. 1 5-tooth cultivator. 1 hand corn sheller. 1 Georgia stock. 1 middle splitter. 6 cotton sweeps. 1 pair platform sc Ces. 1 lot corn. 1 Ford automobile (1-2 interest). 2 shares stock W. W. Cox Oil Co., of New Mexico. A certain lot or parce lot land in section 24 tp 8 s r 14 e, St. Tam many parish, Louaisana, and describ ed as lot No. 2 in the sub-division of lands of the estate of J. M. Daws. More fully described as commencing at e stake Let on east line of the nw qr of so qr of said section 11.76 chains N. O. ,08 e of se' corner of the said qarter, thence N. O..03 e 10.19 Chaine, thence a 89.30 west 8.09 chains; thence 8. 0. .03 w 15.13 chains, thence n 89.30 e 3.84 chains; Sthense N O..08 chains, thence n 89.30 e 4.15 chains to place of be ginning, containing ten acres as per survey No. 334, belonging to the said succession, being acquired by the said deceased iHenry Jack Willis by I act of sale from Martin Daws befors W. 8. Frazee, notary public, dated October 11, 1913, and recorded in I C. O. 'B. 62 pp 173 of the records of StL Tammany parish, Louisiana. Terms of Sale-Cash, with benefit of appraisement. WAI/RER GAIATAS, ocO4t ~Sherilff.