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Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton.
VOLUME 4 fPANAKLINTOxN NEW BA, s,,.A ,.r, FRANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1913. WA~IV T Y B OP rr u r In Send the Children to Us For School Supplies. Your children can buy as safely at our store as you can. Our line of school supplies is the best in this comnmutiity, and the assortment enables children to ;et just wlutt is best and what is needed. We can assist them in selecting the right kind of supplies, for we are familiar with the require ments of the schools. Pens, Pencils, Tablets, Inks, Crayons, and all other school supplies can be found here. Our prices are never higher than elsewhere, but frequently they are lower. Send us for school supplies or send the children. BABINGTON'S DRUG STORE Franklinton, La. Hligh School Dots. t The Boys' Agricultural Club had its first meeting on Tuesday afternoon, September 16. There Were two committees appointed, one to receive and present to the club all appreciation for member ship, and one to make out and post the programs at least two weeks before they are to be ren dered. Some rules and regula- C tions for governing the club were also passed and are as fol lows: 1. No person is supposed to enter this room without per mission of the president for that < specified time. 2. Anyone, a member or not must keep order in this room. r 2. Any member or person must not use profane or impolite i language in this room. Robt. S. Magee, Pres. These regulations were brought before the club by J. D. Talley, and were afterwards adopted and posted, for which we have been applauded by Prof. Dunn. The Agricultural Department of the Franklinton High School has received many criticisms since its establishment here but we, the young men of the Boys' Agriculture Club, hope and pray that our lives after having grad - uated here will speak with loud noises in cominendation of this school and of this special depart ment that the men and tax-pay ers of old Washington parish might see in the early future the fruits of their labor. J. D. Talley. Last Saturday several school 1 boys, teachers and patrons came t with wagons and hauled gravel f for a walk from Main street to t the school yard. There were six teams and ten hands, but the t walk was little more than half j completed. This walk when , completed will be a great help to I to the pupils from up towns and t to many who come from the country near by. The High School pupils have organized a Civic Club for the purposeof keeping the school yard in good condition. Ches Mizell was elected as president, Willie May Jones, secretary, and Eloice Richardson treasurer. There 302 pupils on roll, 73 of whom are in the High School. Of this department there 25 boys studying Agriculture and 32 girls studying Domestic Science. There were several new pupils entered school Monday morning and one visitor. Mr Dunn, (in Geometry) "Robert, if my money is equal to your money, and your money is equal to Fred's. what would you say"? i Robert-"I would say they are supplementary." Robert Magee, Julia Cotton 3 gin and Ora Burris were appoint e ed for the Program Committee for the India º iocitey. Indiatl Committee. .1. D. Tally, Velma Magee, El ice Richardson. Save Half Your Money by using ORO for Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever; Malaria, Colds and = Grippe. A 25c bottle contains exactly as many doses as the usual 50c bottle which is twice as large. Does quicker and better work. It acts on liver and bowels. Cleans out the system, stops Chills and Fever. Builds up strength. No pills or calomel needed with it. Contains no poisons. 25c. Money back plan. Faulker Charged With Old Killing. Meri i .n, Miss., Sept. 18 -Sheriff MacKenzie of Scott county last night brought Dan A. Faulkner to Meridian from Monroe, La., and he was lodged in the country jail on a charge of having killed L. H. Laman at the ( Northeasterin Railroad shops in this c-ity in J:nuary, 1907. It appears th:Lt Laman lived for several weeks after being struck over the head with a stick by Faulkner, during which time the grand jury indicted Faulkner for assault and battery with in tent to kill. He was released under a bond of $1000, and left the country. He did not appear for trial at the succeeding terms of court a',d later his bond could not be found, and the case was nol-prossed. Laman's death is said to have occurred just after the indict ment by the grand jury, and when it was learned a few days ago that Faulkner was in Mon roe an affidavit was sworn out against him in Justice Clay's court, charging him with mur der. He will have a preliminary trial to-morrow afternoon. Stops Pain, Heals Wounds. Royaline Oil is STRONGER THAN THE OTHER ANTICEPTICS. That gives it GREATER POWER TO EASE PAIN, inside or outside, man or beast. Also makes it go further and give LARGER VALUE L OR THE MONEY. That's why it wine everywhere over everything, when people try it. It is praised loudest by people who have used it longest. It's different. You'll like it better. Try it now. 10c, 26c, 005. Money back plan. Sheriff Sale-No. 2045. Magnolia Bank Versus Jasper E. and D. D. Varnado Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of an order of tieri facias, is sued out of the 26th. Judicial District' Court of Louisiana, in and for Wash ington Parish, in the above entitled cause, and to me directed, I will pro ceed to sel! at public auction to the last and highest bidder, on Saturday, September 27,, 1913 at the principal front door of the court house at PFranklinton. La., between the legal sale hours for judicial sales, Sthe following described property to wit: The east half of the sel and the east half of the nel. section 9, twp. 1i s., range 9 east. I Terms of Sale. Cash with benefit of apprusement. This 18th day of August, 1913. f T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. 8 Sheriff Sale.-No. 276. Citizens Bank of Poplarville e Versus W. E. Douglass. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of awrit of seizureand sale issued out Sof the 26th Judicial District Court of Louisina, in sad for Washington Par e ish, in the above entitled cause, and i dtome dlreted, I willproceed to sell at publio saection to the last and high est bidder, on e Saturday, November 1, 1913 at the principal front door of the court bouse at Praklinton, La.tbeetween t the legal sale bours for judicl sales. Sthe foTlowing deserlbed property,to wit: All that certain tract or parcel of nt land situated and being in the town of Angle, in the Parish of Washington e and state of Louisiana, in the Joseph SArdi headright No. s52 in tp. I , range i 14 east, St. elena meridman, being more particarly described as follows towit: LOt No.81 in block 6 being 44 by 182 feet, also lots 67 and 68 min block 6 in the town of Angle, parish and state aforesaid, in the Joseph Ard hesdright No. 52, tp. 1 s., range 14 e., 'he St, Helena Meridian, said lots nam bered 67 and 68 being 66 by 132 feet, r and all being located in town of Angle rsh of Washington and state of Terms of sae--Oash, with benefit of Good Blood Means Good Health A clear healthy skin, full of life and color, reflecting perfect health and energy has long been known to be a business and social asset. If you are not the fortunate possessor of all the above-if you are suffering from skin eruptions of any description, it means that the blood is weak. Pure blood, rich red in color and circulating freely, is the essential factor in the possession of perfect health. When it becomes impoverished-thin and watery-it cannot supply proper nourishment and the body tissues become diseased. This condition is ever ready to manifest itself and should be checked and treatment started with the first appearance of blood disorder. In our estimation Nyal's Hot Springs Blood Remedy is the one best treatment. It gets at the root of the trouble, cleanses the blood of impurities, increases the circulation, produces blood that is rich in nourisbment-blood that will build up broken-down tissues. ts It will not be long before you notice a decided improvement -you will feel the blood coursing through your veins, your appe tite increased, the food will be absorbed in the proper manner and the skin will become clear and healthy. You will never regret having used Nyal's Hot Springs Bood Remedy-it will put you on your feet. $1.00 the bottle. We expect to be here in business a good many years. The only way we can do it is by treating everybody right. That's our policy. IDEAL DRUG STORE Wille M. Wood, Prop, ESTABLISHED 1855. Robert Babington, Ltd. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 26th and 27th We are going to put on a STOVE-BAKING DEMONSTRATION of the NATIONAL STOVES AND RANGES, handled by our Firm, and we want all the Ladies in the Parish to be present and see what these wonderful Stoves will do for you in the way of baking and cooking. We have a stoir brimming full of goods at the RIGHT PRICES. Come, and you can supply all your wants. We buy and sell all kinds of country produce. Call on the OLD RELIABLE Robert Babington, Limited, Franklinton, La, IA FEW BARGAINS t GOING AT COST! I White Mountain Freezers | Genuine Blue Grass Refrigerators | A Few Fruit Jars Several Lengths of Lawn Hose | SWe will sell the above at Cost as long as they last. Greenlaw Hardware & Auto Co. ~~3~~1~~~CCC~~~;;~~~33s ~~ ~J~JS~ "ESCill OiSWN SOULE COLLEGE. SCHOOl OF BUSIINSSn NEW ORLEANS, I.A. Shouldbegiventhebesttraldlatopre' paC them for saccessi busin ess. YR Prsona lnstruetiie ee Zmplor. I/ mIeat Deertmet. Complete College lank. College Mtee and Wholeale deats. Throug the SCeeceSSOfrltt sao00 former stuedats. Ioate Co _its Is recoglsedl evee whee as we SAwnke. Practical, opular sad Irc. iNsfuil *ehooL . O $. OBO. SO~lS * )ONS. f OPENING i October 4th, 19131 A specialty of the famous Elzey Hat, fresh from the St, Louis market. A beautiful line of Towels, jprons, Morning Caps, Table Runners. Sopha g Pillows and Laundry Bags. Make •. them up now. Christmas will soon * be here, and everyone likes a home made present. - ,ý Mrs. L. H. Magee, L~t J - Liv-er-Lax For Sick Headache. It Is Your Inaotlve Liver and Clog ged Bowels. Liv.Ver-Lax Is the Paneeea for all Liver Troubles and Constipation. You are bilious, your 30 feet of bowels becomes clogged up. pois olnous gasses are generated in the system, your head aches, you have chills and fever, you are nervous and ill tempered, your system is full of bile not properly passed off. Your disordered stom ach and biliousness cannot be regulated until you remove the cause. It is not your stomach's fault. Your stomach is a gorod as any. Try Liv-Ver-Lax; It is purely vegetable. Do not resort to harsh physics and calomel, which ruins the system and softens the bone. Liv-Ver-La sacts gently, yet positively. on the liver, stomach and bowels, is pleasant to take and does not gripe or sicken. It is recommended for grown-ups and babies all alike. You will be surprised at the amount of bile a bottle of Liv. Ver-Lax will clean out of your system. Buy a regular 50e or $1 bottle from Peoples Drug Co., Franklinton, La., or Hackley Drugstore, Hackley, La., on our guarantee and be convinced. The Lebanon Co.Operative Med. icine Co.. Lebanon, Tenn. None genuine without the likeness and I ignature of L. H. Grigsbyr.