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Items of General Interest Occur.
ring Since Our Last Press Day.
Fhreh Eggs Bring 72 Cents
New York, Nov. 14.-Fancy
brands of fresh eggs made a new
high fall record to-day when
they sold for 72 cents a dozen.
They will go still higher before
the month is over, dealers said.
As against 60 cents a dozen
wholesale, for near-by fresh eggs,
Western fresh eggs are selling
hire, at wholesale,at 38 to 40 cents
aidozen, and first class storage
eggs are literally going begging
at 24 cents a dozen.
The new law requiring retail
as well as wholesale dealers o
label storage eggs has aroused a
prejudice against them in the
minds of Women, who imagine
that a storage egg is inferior and
stale because it"Is marked "stor
Unless customers change their
alnds the egg specculators of
.New York dtaads to lose from
600,000 to $1,000,000 in pros-,
tcitvoe profits between now and
; *j t spring on storage eggs.
gn- receipts at New York for
S~ P;to date are over 838,000 :
era~ s lees than for the sane
pirlod of 1911.
SBtter, too, is up to 84 cents a
piod wholesale for fresh and 82
q' s for storage. This is with
OB cents of last winter's top
res of 42 cents.
Tells Gttysburg Story.
S llnton, Miss., Nov. 17.--The
" stem in wheh the boys of '61
" 66 held by the present genera
,.tM.ie was evidenced yesterday
: t fun- g at Mississippi College
: pe: , when Dr. J. B. Gambrell,
. ;itor at the Baptist Standard,
-Tae, told the students
'try story of the battle of '
.' P4 burg. Dr. Gambrell bears I
- di:stIncaton of having fired I
uII: M sh4 o in that battle. He 1
S;-: tbPlakett in the charge C
Ie slope of Cemetery Ridge.
-4iA y rthore is no man living C
: kO the story of that on
as Wirelt as `Dr Gam- e
iw saiieded-camp to Gen.
Fr? P grew, and standing h
h ai General Lee was
with ;Pettirrew, Pick- t
@herahe heard Lee say
cIded t~eimate the at-I
ithe iuccess of the o
willi decide the is
there.were mown like
iada . at was ordered,
S ig ra. We walked
:ver thn.~uuand, strewn
takddythgi wounded." ,m
P Quaubrel !ias for many
of Clinton, and
i ' ead the first
ment, after the oe
pl College. In tb
S ted the presi.
o Macon, Ga.~
tendency of i
ce, Nov., 17.- Iw
Y night con
hasbdoneen done. has
res a s? to be DU
Slesr, ilthtough be
lh pberti es H
ints Two Mill Workers Killed by
ncy Philip, Miss., Nov. 17.--Ed.
iew ward Powell, manager of the
hen Lone Star planing mill here, shot
en. and killed Whitney Greenham,
ore single, aged 26 years, of Boyle,
rid. and Bert Lawson, single, aged
zen 20 years, of Blaine, this morning
ars, at 8:30 o'clock.
ing Grenham and Lawson were
nts employed by A. A. Hubbard at
age his sawmill. The trouble arose
ag over a dispute about some logs,
during which Powell shot both
tail men. Lawson was not an inter
o ested party, and took no part in
I a the argument, but started to run
the away when the shooting comrn
ne menced and was shot down.
*nd Neither Greenham nor Lawson
or- it is claimed, were armed. Both
Greenham and Lawson have just
eir recently been employed by Hub
of bard, The bodies of both were
)m taken to Greenwood to be pre
)s- pared for burial. Greenham
nd leaves a widowed mother, of
whom he was the sole support.
for Sheriff Camp Taylor arrived
)00 from Greenwood and took Powell
ne in custody, driving him to Green
wood in an automobile.
s Powell has been employed as
82 manager for Lone Star Planing
th- Company for a number of years,
op and was well known among many
lumber men of the surrounding
STOPS PAIN-HEALS WOUNDS.
he Royaline Oil isa good pain medicine
61 as wellas a good anlepc, Its greater
strength gives it greater power to
r- ease n. inside or outslde man or
beset; also makes it go further, aad
y therefore give larger value for the
ge money. Pleasan, seane.safe. 10o, ýc
,5c. Money back If not stmfacetory
t, NOTICE.-The Police Jury
of will receive bids to be opened on
rs the 3rd, day of December, 1912.
ad for building a bridge across
le Peters lake. Plans and specifi
'e cations can be seen on file with
. M. A. Thigpen and toe Comlmer
cg cial Bank of Bogalusa. The
. terms of payment will be divid.
t. ed into three equal parts, based
on the surplus revenues of (914,
. 1915 and 1916, five per cent in
g terest bearing certificates. The
Police Jury reserves the rights
. to reject any and all bids.
W. E. Banister, Sec'y.
t- NOTICE-Positively no huntingl
ie on lands of the undersigned.
- F, B. Bateman, t
e, J. B. Bateman,
SJ. L. Bateman,
d Your Alrard Fare Free.
n Cut this out sad present it within
"lsixty days at Dranghon's Praetiosl a
y Bsdnes College. BIloud,Miss., pay
ing oesh for an qaiated oscholarship
and the Oollege will refund your ral
'road fire. If the fre exceeds o10,
you wlllgetal$10 rebate and 10 per
e cloent of the excess; ifthe fare Is les
a than $10, a eo10 DISCOUNT will be al
SIowedo ion la of mrablroad re. If
you auaot enter within sixty days,
Send money for a soholaknhlp, good to
L beud aedatelegeaay umand we
f win teachmb yeon aootspLg or Short
i, ',by mal BB. Dragbon's
aomo. Stdywlllreduceyour stay and
Sexpenstoeos lonnOaroper oent. By
the Dmaoon Impoved methods Jou
n tlearn as we by malasatu oolleg.
FPfurth erlmform tlon and for I
Catalogue, write DJAUGHON'S
PRACTCAL BUSINESS COL- .
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New Blacksmith Shop.
The Lossett Blacksmith Shop i
has been pur'hased by W. P
Dunlap sad all kinds of work will
be done at moderate prices.
forseshoeing and guanwork e
specialty. All work guaranteed."
Price spot cash on delivery,.
ia in ig: Shin n 3.
A i me a· at
VIllage of Angle Tax Sales of Im
movable Property. ,
Village of Anie, Parish of Wash
ington, State of Louisiana. Vs.
V Delinquent Tax Debtors.
By virtue of the authority vested in
me by the constitution and laws of the
by state of Louisiana,, I will sell, in the
village of Angle, within legal sale
hours for judicial sales, beginning at
11 o'clock a. m., on
ad. Saturday, December 7,1912
;he and continuing until said sales are
completed, all immovable property
lot upon which taxes are now due the Vil
lage of Angie, Washington Parish,
' La., to enforce the payment of taxes
le, assessed in the years 1910 and 1911,
d together with the interest thereon from
the 31st day of December of said years
ng at the rate of two per cent per month
until paid, and all cost,
The names of said delinquent tax
!re debtors, the anount of taxes due by
t each on the assessment of said years
and the property assessed to each to
ise be offered for sale, is as follows:
nth W. S. Boon, lot 50. blk. 9......8 1 70
p. Miss Margie Casper, 2-3 int. in
4 a. in hr. 52, bounded n. by
hr. line, e. by R,R. Y, s. by
un Mrs. A. McMillan and w. by
Ford mill road ........... 5 20
n' C. S. Conerly, lots 193 and 194,
blk. 26, and lots 256 and 257 in
blk, 31 ................ 555
Ol Mrs. Annie Gann, lot 75, blk. 4,
tb and 104 1-2 by 105 1-2 feet, hr,
52, bound n, by Casper Patten
at & Son, e. by J. Ryals, s. by
b.. Mrs, A. McMillan and w. by
Fold Mill road....... .... 3 80
r8 Henry Hines, 56 by 114 feet in
S hr. 52 ....................... 135
R. M. Pope, lot 8, 9 and 83, blk.
LM 2, and 28 acres in hr. 52....... 5 55
Of Joe Saxon, lot 19 in So, Angle. 4 50
A. J. Stewart, lot 152, blk. 16,
lot 211, blk. 24................ 1 70
ad E. A. Thomas, lot 77 blk. 4.... 2 40
Mrs- J. W. Thomas. lots 16, 17
el and 18, blk. 3................. 5 20
. M. G. Welkin, 1-2 of lot 107, blk
14....................... .. 1 70
W. A. Watts, lot 101, blk. 16... 3 10
as V. O. Warren, lots 19, 20 and
78 in blk. 4......... . ........ 590
M Terms of Sale:
'a, On said day of sale I will sell such
portions of said property as each
debtor will point out, and in case the 4
Dg debtor will not point out sufficient
property, will at once without further
delay, sell the least quantity of said
property of any debtor, which any
bidder will buy for the amount of
taxes, interest and costs due by said I
The sale will be without appraise
ment for cash in legal tender money
or of the United States, and the property
sold shall be redeemable at any time
for the space of one year, by paying
the price given with 20 per cent in
terest, cost and penalties added.
A. L. LONG,
Marshal and ex-officio Tax Collector.
7 Notice to Mortgage Creditors:
n 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,
Washingtyn Parish. La., on which
taxes for the years 1910 and 1911 have
h not been paid, that I will begin the
sale of same in the Village of Angle,
La., on Saturday. December 7, 1912,
e at 11 o'clock a. m., and that a number
of pieces ot property so delinquent are (
now being advertised in this news
,d paper in conformity with the law; pre
paratory to such sale the attention of
mortgage creditors is especially called 0
. to these advertisements of tax sales
and they are warned to take such steps a
Sprior to the sale as may be necessary
it to protecs their rights
A. L. LONG,
Marshal and ex-offlicio Tax Collector.
g Corporatlon Lines of Angle, La., t
are described as follows, to-wit: tl
Beginning at the old ne corner of '
the Joseph Ard Br. section 52 in T. I
s., R. 14 e., St. Helena meredian, It
thence n. 88 3-40 e. 2J.68 chains to
stob, the ne. corner; thence s, 14 Pw.
69.02 chains; thence s. 3-40, w. 81.50
chains to stob, same being the se. cor
ner; thence w. 55.29 chains to stob,
same being sw, corner: thence n. 96.97
Schains to stob on north line of above
I section, same being nw. corner; thence
n. 88 3.40 e. 51.24 chains to point of
beginning. T. E. PIGOrrT,
SApril 23, 1912,
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The piercing pains of Neuralgia,
which often follows a bad cold of
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medicines for years, Hi
Dr. Miles' Andi.Paia Pils
can't be beaten. They are the
only thing I have found that will th
relieve my neuralgia and I have tried
most everything, besides medicine
from the doctor. I am willing to t
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Box 205 Woodvill. Ohio
If you, like Mr. Hilderbrandt, clu
"have tried most everytthing" in 1n
vain, why not do as he did, fight o
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iles' Anti-Pain Pills. Let the H,
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No matter how stubborn the con- of
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st.nd on their record, which is a
loanglistofu retending back a gle
in- Terms of Court.
sh- CIVIL TERMS
Fourth Monday in February
Second Monday in May
the First Monday in July
at First Monday in December
are Fourth Mondaylin March
it Second Monday in November
Nt, NOTICE--No hunting with
om dog and gun on the lands of the
nth undersigned. E. L. Magee,
J. N. Magee,
by M, M. Magee,
Nrs W. E. Douglas,
Sheriff Sale--No. 2089.
post Great Southern Lumber Co.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of Seizure and Sale issued
20 out of the 26th Judicial District Court
of Louisiana. in and for Washington
Parish, in the above entitled cause
55and to me directed, I will proceed to
sell at Public auction to the last and
highest bidder, on
Saturday. December 7, 1912
at the principal front door of the
court house at Franklinton, La., be
80 tween the legal sale hours for judicial
sales, the following described proper'
35 ty to-wit:
Lot No. 16 of the A. J. Denham Ad
5 dition to S. W. Bogalusa, according to
50 alat thereof on file in the Clerk's
0 Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of
20 This 24th day of October. 1912.
T. J. Simmons, Sheriff.
10 Sheriff Sale.--No. 2071.
Burrls Bros., Ltd.
ch M. I. Varnado.
h Notice is hereby given that by virtue
he of an order of seizure and sale issued
nt out of the 26th Judicial District Court
Ler of Louisiana. in and for Washington
,d Parish,in the above entitled cause,
ay and to me directed, I will proceed to
of sell at public auction to the last and
id highest bidder, on
Saturday, DeOember 7, 1810
ie- at the principal front door of the
ey court house at Franklinton, La., be
ty tween the legal sale hours for judicial
ne sales, the following described proper.
°g ty, to-wit:
An undivided one-half interest in
the swl of set, section 28, township 1,
r. south, range 10 east, St. Helena Mer
.ct Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of
s. This 23rd day of October, 1912.
e, T, J. Simmons, Sheriff.
Sheriff Sale.--No. 2029.
A. J. Denham
re C. F. Dickey and Marie E. Dickey
s- Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of seizure and sale, iMued
out of the 20th Judcial District Court
of Louisiana, in and for Wasbington
SParish, in the above entitled eause,
s and to me directed, I wIll proceed to
Y sell at' public auction to the last and
highest bidder, on
Saturday, December 7, 1912
Sat the principal front door of the court
house, at Franklinton, La., between
the legal sale hours.for judicial sales,
the following described property, to
SLots 1, 2, 8 and 4 block 82,of Bogs
I lsa, ILa., witn all buildings end Im
0 provementa thereon.
STerms of sale: Cash with benefit of
This 80th day of October, 1912.
'T J, Simmons, Sherliff.
e Sheriff Sale.-No. 2099.
Bank of Franklinton
Hardy W. Thomas.
Notice I hereby given that by virtue
of a writ of seisure and sile imssued out
of the 26th Judicial Distrit Uourt of
Louisiana, in and for Washington
Parish, in the above entitled cause,
and to me directed, I will roceed to
I sell at public auction to the last and
highest bidder, on
Saturday, December 7, 1912
at the ptincipal front door of the
court house at FranklInton, Is. be
tween the el sale hourse for judoal
sles, the fdlowing descrlbed property
b0.00 acres of land desorlbed as be
ginning at a point on the West line of
the John Misell, under John Rumford
Hr. No. 88, in twp. 2 u., range1 seat,
which pointla equldistance from the
naw. corner and the sw, corner of 1said
Hr., thence s. 79 1-, e. 80 chan;
the.nce a. 10 , rms, 1w m. o hlins;
rhence n. TO 1.ge w. o80 hains to Br.
line; thence n. to polint of beginning.
SAlso. beginning on the w. line ofk
the John miael under John Dumford F
Hr.No. 88,ln twp.2a., rang Ie e.. at
a point equally imstnt from the nw.
corner and sw. corner of said Hr., L
thence a. 100 19 min. w. on old llne
13.61 chains, thence a, 80o w. 8.82
chains, thence a. to the w. comer of
lands owned by Mr. Sophronia Hunt,
thence a. 840 e. to po~at of beginning.
Containiag ten (10) acres.
Also. beginning at a point on the w.
line of the aet of awl 18.0 chains n.
of the sw cornerof the msaid net's of swl
of section 88, twp. 2a ra. g 12 e.,
thence a. 860 e. 10.77 cmangthene n.
7 1.2- e. 9.4a chagtus, thenocena. 17 i-So
w. echains, thence a. 11o w. o10 chs.
Thence s. 741.-o w7 1-8 chalna to w.
,ne of set. Thence s. to pointof be
giing,, eontainlog twenty-sin (26)
Teras of sale: Cash, with benefit
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