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_RAKILNTON, LA, OCT. 24, 1912
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Prince of Entertainers.
At school building.
NOTICE-I am applying for
pardon. Rodney Magee
Mrs. J. C. Denman spent
TuIeday shopping in the Cres
Mrs. J, E. Brakefield and little
Sdaughter are spending the week
with Mrs. L. D. Greenlaw.
P. E. Greenlaw spent the first
of the week looking after busi
ato interests in New Orleans.
Misses Emma and Eva and
Mr. Lewis Williams of Bogalusa
vlted friends here last week.
SFree reding privilege is given
tQpatrons who occupy the tables
in the refreshment department
of Peoples Drug Co,
Mrs. P. G, Spring .Was brought i
home Tuesdsy from Hotel Den, I
where she hat been under treat- a
ment for the past six weeks. 1
: Mrs. J. Vol Brock had as din- '
aer ge *t Thursday, Mesdames
Pitrs sad ttuns oA Bogalusa
sad Mrs. Edwin Corkern of i
FD SALE-Hastings 100
BubelOat Seed at $1 per bushel.
Thies oats are on my farm near
S uy Hill. W. M. Schilling,
- Amite City, Is.
Mrs. L. A. (ardwell and little
son Leslie returned Sufnday from
a two weeks' visit with relatives
In Brookihven, Raymond and
McComb City, Miss.
Potato Crates, Tomato Crates p
and Bean Hampers at very.low n
Cowington Grocery & Grain Co., cl
27-"4t. Covington, L&
The McCreary Lumber Co. is Il
rla..inmllinfg two new 150 horse ti
Spower boilers and are gtenrally ti
everbauling the plant, making it m
qeof the best saw mills in the a
" W -h, excepting the "world's A
gr!eate," as r Bogalusa. 01
+: e I-n il be r wded. T'here
wii peole here from thirty
111 Rene will appear in rapid
. tegi hat theo PrankUitoe
+ v i +dinOf nWet Monday a
l mOberth. This is the o
t as s toel m elrean r
s .... t er o I. Bern. " t
S ni, epresentative 1
.Oid w MaIn attendmce at the bi
S M wek. eery neighbor o
Sthe parish havIng fur
.i $.sE4. en :sted and en-l
tk "vsiton. b This n+ c,
wilt brink about a ol
fnterest for netn year, ti
tr psct our parish to fi
etb most successtfl il
te whole state iEvery- If
help s, "'a ,adle'.s see. ti
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STEWART BROS. & 00.
Cotton Factors. New Orleans, La.
Liberal Advances on Consigatn.e
Warehouse charges on uncompressed cotton, including drayage.
sampling, iWeighing and storape, first month, per bale....... age
Extra storage each additional thirty days or fraction thereof,
per bale............................. ...................... ... .
Insurance first month (basis $60 valuation) per bale, about...... . o
Insurance each additional thirty days or fraction thereof, per
bale, about ................ ........................ .........
FI STWART NRO. COTTON COMPANY
Mrs. Claudie Bankston of Mt,
Herman was a guest of Mrs. Ed.
t Burris the three days of the fair,
We have just received a car
load of the celebrated Ames
Robert Babington Ltd.
LOST-Between M. Jno. Al
ford's and W. I,, Smith's one
Blue Serge Coat. Reasonable
reward. J. S. Brock Jr.
Daily newspapers, magazines
etc, constantly on sale, and or
ders taken for any publication, I
novels rented, and reading priv.
ilege extended by,
Peoples Drug Co.'
I want to thank most heartily 1
ball the ladies, and men ' too, who.,
,helped and encouraged the man
agemert of the fair no matteri
how little, for I appreciated and(
needed all the little helps is
well as the big.
I sincerely hope that you will
begin now to do big things for
the fair next year, no matter who
your board of directors may be,
give them your aid and encour- b
agement. Make it a personal h
interest and we will have a fair
that our State may be proud of. i
Again I thank you personally, d
Mrs. P. B. Carter.
On Friday, November 1st. Kit
Carson's Bufflalo Ranch Wild
West Shows will exhibit at
Franklinton,in the afternoon and
night. This is the largest
amusement enterprise of its
characterin the world. Solid
trains of their own, double
length cars are required for the
transportation of this colossal at
traction. Never before have so
many features been combined
under, one management. The
Aeroplane for instance is but
one of the strange sights to be
seen with this exhibition, Not a
model but a Curtis-Farnum
Aeroplane furnished by the
Chicago Aeroplane Manufactur.'
ing,Oo., and guaranteed to give
lights daily. It will circle the'
eity and'alight at show grounds
for the public's inspection.
A Menagerie of trained wild
animalslai also an innotation with
a wild west show. Elephants,
Camels, Buffalo and down to the
smaller specee of bipeds and
quadrupeds. A two mile street
pageant glittering with gold and
silver, will delight the -eye ~nd
the exquisite music of the three
bir bands will please the lovers
Coming as we do from the
largest ranch in the world, we
carry nothing but the very best
of riders and ropers and guarsn
tee toride any horse or mule
free of charge it brought to tie
show grounds and offer a reward
if we fal. 'The Cossacks with I
the, show were selected from the
Cbar's eavalry in Russa and are
without doubt the finest horse
men In the world: Then there 1
areRough Riders from the plains
of Sath America, Vanquers
imfm Old Mexico, cbampion lady 1
riders of the world, imported
EiopearNovelty acts of every
a4tption, bands: of Sioux,
Dene== and Camanehe In.
dians with their, oio~ resque
awsw and papooses. A dosen
ial dclowns in fun and fool
In fact two hours will
re4.d to present the prom
gra andyon will leave the show
is t ried and. een
sir:<vscats 4.f it'( Qr4.,s
I A#-"' _da^
Misses Effie and Nellie Sey*
more of Slidell,r are guests of
their sister, Mrs. H. Bilbo.
Miss Lelia Cluxtun, the ac
i complished and attractive Sixth
grade teacher in the Bagalusa
High School, was a guest at the
City Hotel the greater part of
With Kit Carson's Buffalo
Ranch Wild West are omeof the
most expert and daringg horse
men in the world. Imported
direct from Russia and are
known as Car's Cossacks.
Don't miss the Free Aeroplane I
flights, a ginuine Curtis.Farnum
Biplane makes daily lights from
the show grounds, rain or shine,
not lifeless model but a real air
ship. Sails through the clouds
dailyto be seen only with Kit
Carson's Buffalo Ranch Wild
West which wil be here Friday. q
DIED-At the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Scott, on Oct. , A
Jerome Spence, the eight year
old nephew of Mr. Scott. The
boy had been sick only a few i
hours when he died. Drs. J. C. h
Denman and J. L, Brook were .
called in but nothing could be t
done for the relief of the child. d
He died from appendicitis. The c
remains will be carried to Geor- a
gia for burial. Our deepest
sympathy goes with the bereaved.
We enjoyed a visit to our a
school yesterday morning,spend. iq
ing almost the entire mnorning i
visiting the dilerent depart- n
ments. The shcbol seems to be
in fine running order. The ti
teachers and pupils seem much b
interested and hard ast work. We la
are sure this snesion will be a
splendid spoess.' We And, how
ever, that our teachers as those u
heretofore, get but little sympa
thy and assistance from the iN
parents in comparison to what
they should get. The members 60
of the local board nor parent.
of the children seldom if ever
visit the school. This is not
rlght. You are not treating the
teachers right nor carrying out
your obligation to your children.
Parents visit the' schol and it Oa
willn help the teacher, 6upil and lo
yeourself. The emlbers of the *
school board mons to think that
when they have provided good D
teachers and equioment their J,
douty is done,but lin or judgment N
when they only do this they fall
far short of the obligations they
have voluntarily taken upon
thbemselves. It is their business
not alone so flonce but to visit gJ
the school and see st st bhand B
what is belng done. . J
We wish to tirak you again h
for the kinld synpathy sand 'en- I
coursoemeat iven u s ince our C
misfortune. Pr a while we felt"
discouraged andi down hearted N
but l nvew ofth loyal of our ,
cqstomesasweolr a our credlS
tor, wer have dsocded to resme to
busipessn sa ill be foand ia the
Frsauineap Mlir Cok's, old q
tnd nex tohe Peoples Drag
Ourloawilla bheavy and ini
order forw togettmk or or tO
feet it willbse ry for those
iowdebtitoutoue her ob
tasons p .so that we
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Read the above advice SBVIIX TIMES RIGh T
Do YOUR banking with US
We pay Fur per cent interest, compoounded
Farmers & Merchants Bank
FRANKLINTON, LA. 1k
Aswell Winning Votes For
Parker, S. D., Oct. 19.-The
largest audiences assembled to
hear the political issues discuss
ed in this city in many days was
that which greeted R. E. Dow
dell, candidate for Congress, and
Congressman Aswell of Louisi
ana. For an hour and twenty
minutes the Southern Congress
man held in wrapt attention the
entire audience and as a combi.
qation of enlightenment and en
tertalament his speech was
never equaled here.
His impressive portrayal of
the President that is, that has
been, and that is to be won pro
TOPIS PAIIN-ISAUIS WOUNM.
'Rgosne 01 sa O sood pain medicine
a. wellas ood asep fi, greater
dnr ives if gto power to
se pla. insIde or ouatlde man or
bast also makes It go further, and
therero .ir, e brr- vainu for the
a P uekesn. safe. t0o, se,
s0 ssy i It not .tactory.
The Parish Fair.
The second annual fair of
Washisnagon parish olosed Satur.
day under favorable aupioes and
greatly improved over last year.
There were twenty-four awards
tp exhibitors of live stook, as fol.
lows: W. C. Crain, Warren Wilk.
s, W. M. Bateman, W. P. Bul.
loch, Davd Delaughter, J. D.Seal,
Nelson Corkern, W. H. Biokham,
Dr. W. J. Jones, Luther Wood,
J. P. Wood, J. D. Wood, Albert
Mage, Frank Bateman, Lawson
Bateman, Ostin Bateman and
In the poultry department there
were sixteen awards, to M, P.
Peterson, Robert Magee, Charles
Jenkins, J. M. Kemp, Bryant
Bateman Harvey Burris, Dr. W.
J. JonesJ. R. MoDougall, War
ran Wilkes, 0. 8. Brumfeld, 8.
R. Lippineott. Dr. M. Bateman,
and Bob Burrs.
For Farm produce there were
twelve awards, to Noel Bateman,
Bryant Bateman, Lou Toomer,
C. R. Seal, Delos-Breeland, Bob
MoElven, Lou Bankston, R. D.
Magee and 0. 8. Brumfield.
In the sohool exhibit depart
mont there were awards to Eddie
Moore, for map of Louisiana;
toCIara MoGowan, for map of
Wasildagto Parish, to Margaret
aii and Barry Bibley, frbas .
ket wokmanship; to Effie .Br.
land, for an ery on 'The Ad-I
vanges ofa High Shool Train. 3
inz," to lelos age on "'How
to1un a 8took Farm," to Fred ,
Bat0smn Fad Ocar Magee, for
s .n on "Qrowlng and Fatten- I
ag ,,to Neva: Wood was
ere.. t foregt for
.~Y·e : *l ihase . Iad
winners were: Mmes. W. A. Er
win, W. C. Wood, J. I. Wailer,
Minnie Wilkes, S. H. Buris W.
J. Jones, M. LoDougall, H. M.
bateman, Lou Talley, L. C. Wil. :
son, T. J. Hood, W. P. Knight,
Henry Corkern, Wilton Wood,
Ruth Seal, T. J. Simmone, J. M.
Kemp, Ada Babington, S. ~t.
Lippineott, Celia Piere, J. L.
Magee, Eliza Jane MoElveen, J.
Sturdivant, Ara Parker, W. I. 4
Ball, F. M. Brown, Claude Bank
ston, J. N, Simmons, Betsey Car.
ter, H. D. Gayer, Leu Bankaton,
Adalaide Carrier, 8. Delaughter,
M. W. Ott, and H. B. Magee.
The misses winning premlums
were: Mary Wood, Myrtle Wood,
Ophelia Pope, Eva Magee, Novie
Pieree, Hazel Richardspn, Jesse
Pierce, Texana Carter, Amy Wil
son Elizabeth Sullivan, Belle
Clark, Lillian Mosely,, Bertha
Abriett, Celne Maxwell, Myrtle, a
May, Sara Pierce, Ines Blanch.
ard, Blanche Johnson, Winnie
Magee, Willie Mae Jones, Marie
Dickens, Marcelle Yarng, Eloe*
Richardson and Jeannette Pierce. C
David Miller was the only
man earning a premium in the
woman's department, and his
was for the best display of home
grown oranges. Ii
Bogalusa High School exhibit
carried off the blue ribben for
Among the oddities, or nnre
and exceptional exhibits, were y
speoimens of old-fashioned soft
soap, home sugar-oored .ham,
crochet slippers, cotton rugs,
knitting., tatting and embrobder
The displays of farm produe
while greater in number than last
year, did not come up to as high
a degree of excellence. The live
stock displays were excellent end
in greater, abundance. Some
portable machinery attr ted at
An adjunct to the fair, though.
not apet of the proram, were
the iprompt horpe tamr
ed by J. K. Johnson. preosde,
and other members of the. e°ecusi;
tive ommittee. Mrs. P, B. C.
ter, in charge of the womS,!'*
department, is receiving mu6b n
Another feature of the fair tthat
served to attraot wide intwreta w
wa a baby show. NooneolSia
the honot of ilstituting i~aor I
somes responsibility for the ou
els.s provoked. Wiith .r` *
tnoee judge essayed to'I
the prize, whbioh, a ter on
ationJ,was bestowed on theb
of Mr. and Mrs.,J . BIu.
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