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What a Boy With 'No Chance 'Es
We have just been reading in a loci
Northwestern farm paper about a d
aboy-a young man now-called con
David. David has recently taken an
charge of one of the largest dairy whi
farms in the United States at a Lei
salary "the equivalent of $4,000 his
a year when judged by city Wa
standards." It isn't this salary for
that makes his case remarkable, He
but the way he worked up to it. wa
David's family was poor. As a eP
boy he herded cows for a neigh
bor in the summer and went to ed
' school in the winter. At sixteen wa
e took a potion to go to a busi- the
naes college and asked an fro
older brother who had a college bu'
education and what David thought th(
a good job to help him. But the los
brother also had some of his col- tie
lege debts to pay off, and he ad- fu:
vised David to take the little on
, money he had and study agricul- the
tare at the University of Wiscon- cee
:sin. David did so, and by the
ad of hie first term of fourteen so
weeks was so much in love with ca
his work and had shown such lai
aptitude that ex-Governor Hoard to
who visited the college, hired ju
him for the summer for a barn H'
boy. Remember that this boy st
was at this time working in the c
: dairy brn to pay his way thru
college sad that the job offered
hil was by no means a big one.
Be took it, however, and made
.j d, steadily working his way
W aUose position to another and ot
udying the work he was doing
:a the time. It was hard work, P
oI course, and 'may at times
seemed slow; but the "hard. b
vo s"otf work consists mdhtly in
' ttitidude towards it and b
l tblis young man's progress to im
1 t positions and good pay l
'ere is nothing especially re*
sy 4 about this story. c
-was, according to Gover
, "a born caretaker and '
rmer and was evidently
a love.with his work, but
S Mr. Hoard again he was
toomay young men cast
hvia3st care over the ani
,dd to him."
aoop; in the North*
tit might just as well
gk l in the Soul
~ ,st ofr suecess amightI
by mainy a Southl'
niwho: feels that he is
ld casehe has not
Spay for a college
sdemad for men
w agrieulture, for
f arm maiagers
i;s steadily increas
thir by far than any
S iloyment by others
*les for yoaung men
i$hl training to begin
pasand grow up inte
farmers are almost
,And any boy who
pirssitepe sand a
opportunIt s. 'The
' 1 co1ges of the seuth
a poet bo a chance
and after he
anyii ambitious boy
addingl o his store
ad to his bilitY to
I tonlyoneof the
itmrses can be taken
this will almost
pivsan boy Vwho is a
bt a qhance to earn
we efre the neit
ti take it. Every
shaould bei hund
Escape Insane Leper in Terror Vilrsi
Lafayette, La. Nov. 8--The Vilb
local authorities are somewhat in
a dilemma over the conditions
confronting them in the case of state
an insane leper named Hebert, vilia
who has just escaped from the l
Leper's home and returned to
his native place, in the Fourth and 4
Ward. near Youngsville. Be- cop
fore the authorities were aware, lage
Hebert was in the community, a,
wandering about and terrorizing togel
people on the public highway. a th
Sheriff Lacoste to-day arrang- until
ed with the police juror of that debt
ward toave guards placed about each
the poo man to prevent him be o
from harming himself or others,
but what ultimate disposition of
t the case can be made he is at a Mib
loss to conceive, as the authori
ties at the Lepers' Home will re. M
- fuse the unfortunate admission CF
on account of his insanity, and by
- the insane asylum will not re- bl
. ceive him, as the man is leprous. s
e Hebert was sent to the home
a some fifteen years ago, but es- M
h caped, and for some time was at H
h large. He was eventually re- hi
d turned to the leper colony, and R2,
d justa day or so ago escaped. Joe
n He is said to be in an advanced A.
,y stage of the disease, and his E.,
1 condition is most pitiable.
Sheriff Sale-No. 2066. 1
Great Southern Lumber Co. V.
A. J. Denham.
Notice is hereb given that by virtue
id of an order of seure and sale, ssued
out of the 26th Judicial Distrit Court del
of Loulsians in and for Washlngton
k, Parish, in the above entitled ause.
and to me direted. I will proceed to
sell at public saction to the last and
d. highest bidder, on ta
in Saturday, November 16, 1912 del
id at the principal front door of the court
house at Pranklinton, la., between me
m- the legal sale hours for judicial sale, of
ay the following described property. to-*
Lots Nose 14, 17 19, Sl and 22 of the t
.. A. J. Denham addition to South-west
Bogalusa, according to a plt thereof M,
7. on filein the Clerk's ofce.
3r- Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of
.d appraisement. 86
This 9th day of October, 1912 pa
ly T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. a
ras Sheriff Sale.-No. 9099. no
m A. J. Denham Li
is* Vs. at
se C. F. Dickey and Marie E. Dickey of
ns, Notice is herebygiven thatb virtue
el an order of seire and sle issued n'
out of ththe Nh JudialeltcI Court
,a of Loulilaa, in andforWashlngton
p. Par ibn the abshove entitled e,
and to me dirotd, I will prooeed _
ell at puubl ouctionto the luat and
hlghsa bidder, on
bh Saturday, December 7, 1912 M
rell at thaeprspl frontdoor of the court
ath bouseat P ton, Ibetween
he ll sale hours forjudicial sale, •
t t olowng desribed property, to
th* wit: O
istL,1, 9, smd 4, block 6,,of .o- IBa
l ,wire ah ~nldl u i np am nd l
0ot provements thereon, si
Terms of i.al: Cash with benefit of 6
en hPis 80th day of October, 1919. a
fer T J,1 Simon, Sherif. c
Sheri Sale.-No. 909.
Bank of Franklinton
S Hardy W. Thomas.
ers Notie ishereb given that by virtue
00n of a wrt of semlue ad sale e issed oat
i oif the 9th Juadil Distri ourt of
L oisiaa, in and for Washington
Into Paiin the above entitled mause,
LO t m de o will proesd to
rll t pbue lio mtin to the lat an d
Rbo highest blider, on
Ia Saturday, December 7, 1912
ie at tme priipal fro t door of the
The court house rat nknao, la. he
tween hs leDlsee hours for judial
pth folloaborg aodeorl~propertg
AS· s acre ofIsd dsOrlbd as be*
at poton the we le of
He u nder John amford
which p -_ntidlstBob from th
ar., sE nse. 1-@ , m _astm.;
uw ao r' i w1-, ac.wr n rtsad
Sline; thene . to poiat of beginnig.
.ALsO. cnnr a ee. w_ sid o.
1 r..1 oh u, thence a,P i.w . .5,
rery adhihoo n. tro te .onr of
End'. by MaIro.s. Hant,
. annoes.S&'.o otfheginslg.
L of bioog tea (19)asma,
tak* lo, na on the
ceslro t idnetoalas .
Village of Angle Tax SI le of Im
Village of Anrie, Parish of Wash
ington, State of Louisiana. Vs.
Delinquent Tax Debtors. F
By virtue of the authority vested in
noby the constitution and laws of the
state of Louisiana,, I will sell, in the
village of Anglie, within legal sale
hours for judicial sales, beginning at
11 o'clock a. m., on
Saturday, December 7, 1912
and continuing until said sales are
completed, all immovable property St
upon which taxes are now due the Vil
lage of Angie, Washington Parish,
La., to enforce the payment of taxes
assessed in the years 1910 and 1911, dog
together with the interest thereon from
the 31st day of December of said years
at the rate of two per cent per month
until paid, and all cost,
The names of said delinquent tax
debtors, the amount of taxes due by
each on the assessment of said years
and the property assessed to earh to
be offered for sale, is as follows.
W. S. Boon, lot 50. blk. 9......1 1 70
Miss Margie Casper, 2-3 int. in B
4 a. in hr. 52, bounded n. by sue
hr. line, e. by R,R. Y, s. by the
Mrs. A. McMillan and w. by at pt
Ford mill road ............... 5 20 der,
C. S. Conerly, lots 193 and 194, S
blk. 26, and lots 256 and 257 in at th
blk, 31................ ..... 5 55 Fra
Mrs. Annie Gann, lot 75, blk. 4, er
and 104 1.2 by 105 1-2 feet, hr, L
52, bound n, by Casper Patten Dei
& Son, e. by J. Ryals, s. by ae
Mrs, A. McMillan and w. by the
Ford Mill road................. 3 80
Henry Hines, 56 by 114 feet in
hr. 52......................... 135
R. M. Pope, lot 8, 9 and 83, blk.
2, and 28 acres in hr. 555... 555
Joe Saxon, lot 19 in SFAngie. 4 50
A. J. Stewart, lot 152, blk. 16,
lot 211, blk. 24................ 1 70
I E. A. Thomas, lot 77 blk. 4.... 2 40
Mrs- J. W. Thomas. lots 16, 17
and 18, blk. 3............... 520
M. G. Welkin, 1-2 of lot 107, blk 1
14 .. ..... ................. . 1 70of
W. A. Watts, lot 101, blk. 16... 3 10 on
V. O. Warren, lots 19, '20 and of
78 in blk.4 ..... ............ 590 Pa
Terms of Sale: an
On said day of sale I will sell such Bel
a portions of said property as each h4l
debtor wil point out, and in case the
debtor will not point out sufficient
property, will at once without further at
p delay, sell the least quantity of said
Sroperty of any debtor, which any t
bidder will buy for the amount of
taxes, interest and costs due by said t
The.sale will be without appraise
n ment for cash in legal tender money
of the United States, and the property
10 sold shall be redeemable at any time
for the space of one year, by paying Sr
the price given with 20 per cent in
terest, cost and penalties added.
A. L. LONG,
f Marshal and ex-offcio Tax Collector.
Notice to Mortgage Creditors:
In conformity with Section 63, Act
85, 1888 notice is hereby given to all
parties holding mortgages on real es
tate located in the Village of Angle,
Washington Parish, La., on which 01
taxes for the years 1910 and 1911 have o1
not been paid, that I will begin the ol
sale of same in the Village of Angie,
La., on Saturday. December 7, 1912,
at 11 o'clook a. m., and that a number a
!y of pieces of property so delinquent are
now being advertised in this news
a paper in conformity with the law; pre- al
Sparaory to such sale the attention of ,
mortgage creditors isespecially called' t
Sto these advertisements of tax sales a,
eand they are warned to take such steps
d prior to the sale as may be necessary
to protect their rights
A. L. LONo, *
Marshal gad ex-oflicio Tax Collector.
Sn Orporation Lines of Angle, La.,
s are described as follows, to-wit:
SBeginning at the old ne corner of
the Joseph Ad Hr., section 52 in T. I
Ss., R.14 e St. Helena meredian,
n- thence n. 88 340 e. 2J.68 chains to
stob, the ne. oorner; thence s, 140 w.
of 69.02 obains; thence s. 3-40 w. 31,50
chains to stob, samebeing the se. cor
ner; thence w. 55.29 chains to stob,
.same being sw, corner: thence n. 96.97
chains to stab on north line of above c
section, same being nw. corner; thence I
n. 88 340 e. 51.24 chains to point of tl
beginning. T. E. PIGoTr, 1
Parish Surveyor. a
April 23, 1912. a
o "Dr. Miles' Nervine.
SRaised Me From
the Grave"-Eb rTa
This is a stronl statement to
e- make, but it is mmactly what Mrs.
I Thomas Taylor, of Blum, Texas,
rt said Ia exprising her opinion d
be thi remedy.
"Dr. Mies' u ersssto Morim
d ld me from the grve sad Ibse
t much confideace hI it. I c sev
m sayesough for yowr mdmedicinm
ia; If syoe had dead mre o fior
as; thu ameoad bohl nelNofies tlatl
Br sld would bsavs mid 'no ideed.'"
. .MRS TIOMAS TAYLOR,
Sof las, Ta.
at Nervous exhaustion is o -
aw. aa occurmnce of modern life.
tIh, wear and tear om the nervous
. I system is greater now than at any
of time dnce the world began. For
. sleeplesmess, peor appetite and that
"run down" feeling, noahbg is so
o g ..oodsw
b : smiesy. Dr. Miles' Nervine will
-K, , , 4: ,
Terms of Court.
Fourth Monday in February
Second Monday in May
First Monday in July
First Monday in December
CRIMINAL TEMS 4
Fourth Mondaylin March
Second Monday in November
NOTICE-No hunting with
dogand gun on the lands of the
undersigned. E. L. Magee,
J. N. Magee,
M, M. Magee,
W. E. Douglas,
Sheriff Sale.--No. 2087.
Great Southern Lumber Co.
A. J. Denham.
By virtue of an order of seizure and sale, is
sued out of the 2th judicial district court of
Louisiana, in' and for Washington parish, in
the above, entitled cause, I will proceed tc sell
at public auction, to the last and highest bid
Saturday, November 16, 1912
at the principal front door of the courthouse at
Franklnton, La., between the legal sale hours
for judicial sales, the following described prop
Lots Nos. 5, 6 and 12 of the A. J.
Denham Addition to S. W. Bogalusa,
according to a plat thereof on file in
the Clerk's office.
Terms of sale: Cash, with benefit
This 9th day of October, 1912.
51 T. J. Simmons, Sheriff.
Sheriff Sale-No. 2089.
0 Great Southern Lumber Co.
0 Edward Neilson.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue -
0 of an order of Selzure and Sale issued
.0 out of the 26th Judicial District Court
of Louisiana. in and for Washington
)0 Parish, in the above entitled cause
and to me directed, I will proceed to
h sell at Public auction to the last and
h highest bidder, on
18 Saturday. December 7, 1912
t at the principal front door of the
) court house at Franklinton, La., be
tween the legal sale hours for judicial s
,' sales, the following described proper
': ty to-wit:
kLot No. 16 of the A. J. Denbam Ad
dition to S. W. Bopgalua, according to
.alat thereof on file in the Clerk's
le Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of
. eThis 24th day of October. 1912.
T. J. Simmons, Sheriff.
Sheriff Sale.-No. 2071.
Burris Bros., Ltd.
ll M. I. Varnsdo.
Notice is hereby.given that by virtue
of an order of seizure and sale issued
ye out of the 26th Judicial District Court
he of Louisiana. in and' for Washington
e, Parish,in the above entitled cause,
and to me directed, I will proceed to
or sell at public auction to the last and
re highest bidder, on
rs- Saturday, Deoember 7, 191t
e- t the principal front door of the
f court house at Franklinton, La., be
Stween the legal sale hours for judicial
lea sales, the following described proper.
ps ty, to-wit:
rAn undivided one-half interest in
the swi of set, section 26, township-1,
south, range 10 east, St. Helena Mer
Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of
of This 23rd day of October, 1912,
T, J. Simmons, Sheriff.
Sherif Sale.-No. 2088.
* Great Southern Lumber Co.
A., J, Denham.
9 Notice le hereby given that by virtue
ofe o an order of seisure and sale, issued
e out of the 26th Judlicial District Court
of of Louisi~ana, in and for Washington
parish, in the above entitled cmuse
Sandtome directed.Iwfll proceed to
sell at public auction to the laut and
highest bider, on
Saturday. November 16,1912
at the principal front door of the court
house at Frankllnton, la., between
0 the legal sale hours for judlial sales,
the following desoribed property, to
Ita Nos. 8, 9 and 10 of the A. J.
SDenham Addition to 8. W. Bogalua
aooording to a plat thereof on e in
the Oleir's office.
to Terms of sale: Cash with beneit of
as. Ts 9th d of October, 1912.
i. J. lmmons, Bberlff.
Netlee for Pubiloatiton.
Deprtment of the Interior.
U. 8. Isad Ofoe at Baton Bouge, La.
Proof under law under whiah entry
Notioe is herebj given that John
James of Angie, Louisana, who, on
Feb. ,1907, made Homestead Entry
No.01909, for Lot No. 1, Section S2,
Townhip I e.. Range 14 e.,St. Helena
. Mel has filed notle of intention
to ae l Ye Poof, to establish
elim to the land shove deoebe,be
us fore OClert of Court, at ruklinton,
I,. on the 16th day of Nov. 1912.
S lamat names as witneses: Joe
Roberor, Barry Wison, lr J. Bar
and Joe Barr, aiof AngieIo.
Luas CouErr. *.
lat J. Camar makes at that he a melm
C Of the Arm I F. J. Caimr & Co.. donmg
athe s t a i TeStes Cost sad S ta te
sa . tf d t5s ud gm we wl ay them orf
ON HUNDREDB DOLrLARS fcr eaco l every
-s ai CARAfE thea mast be mnq S the ge 01
tRANK J. CRY.
wilt Swm is baestais case.d ubsele u yin.
a.. or w GASON.
t ant mscra remsue
t ms ~Noaluy had uS
A good assortment of kinds and
Powders 5c to $1.00
A good stock of the celebrated
Toilet Water 25c €
Perfumed Bath Salt 25c
In fact if we havn't got what you
want, let:us get it for you.
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Screen Your Houses Early
Here Are Our Prices:
Screen Doors, 2 ft. 6 in. by 6 ft. 6 in. $1.30
Screen Doors, 2 ft. 8 in. by 6 ft. 8 in. 1.40
Screen Doors, 2.ft. 10 in. by 6 ft. 10 in. 1.SO
Screen Doors, three feet by seven feet 1.60
Doors fitted, each.~ .50
Don't Overlook These Prices.
They are worthy of attention.
Washinton Parish Lum. Suoo. s.
Phone 27. PFranklinton, Louisiana
Agent for Eclipse Marble and
Granite Works, of Humbolt,
Tenn. Those wishing anything in
this line, Apply to
$, W. MAGE .
Dr. 0. D. Varnado ,
Ofunld la n of Prakilote