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Jeweler Optician oasnflt KRYPTOK: Will be at the Ideal Drug Store on the f 18th day of each month, and he will appre ciate a part of your patronage. First class work guaranteed. All he asks is a trial. For any further information see Mr. Wood or * write to me at Tylertown, Miss. " L. L. PARKER. i Stand By. About all we can do is to Stand By. We cannot really do anything for anybody, even for those we love most, except to Stand By. Your child has to make his own mistakes, accumulate his own working store of experience, glimpse his own visions, flight his own inner battles, and find his own God. We may yearn to do these things for him. We may break our hearts trying. We cannot do it. But we can Stand By. That is, we can arrange cir cumstances, provide advantages, warn him of dangers, show him the right goals, love him, and be a friend to him, but in the arena where manhood is made he will have to do his own wrestling. Your final good to your friends consists only in this-that you Stand By. It is not money, nor food, nor medicine, they want, in the deep souls of them, but to V feel your presence. In its grip with the inner Philistines of life, in the war with the Hivites, the Jebusites, U and the ;Perizzites, the soul is e; always alone, must keep its own watch, strike its own blows, see its own visiuns. All we can do is to signal them, from our own e watchtower, the message, "I'm with you." This comes poignantly home to us when one we love is ill. We can watch and we can pray, we can hold her hand and stroke her I brow, while the physician fights v the vicious microbes. But tho r we may long to throttle the fever it with angry hands, to reach in n and cleanse the clogged veins, or e set the jangling nerves in tune, s' we cannot-we can only Stand Y By. u And yet how good it is to vi know you are Standing By! Af ter all, my friend, it is what I A most ask of you. 1E "This world," says Goethe, "is n no waste and empty, when we P figure but towns and cities and rivers in it, but to know that ti some one is living on with us, cl ever in silence; this makes oui.r earthly ball a peopled garden." P When the little boy is afraid of g1 the dark in his bedroom you can a go in and hold his hand; it seems b nothing; it is the richest gift bi you can make him, the gift of l yourself. And when in maturer days we ul are plunged into the bell of fail. tI ure, God bless the friend who P just-Stands By! t The glory of a woman is that T when up come the wolves of ti poverty, slander or danger, and ]0 our souls melt in fear, she smil ing and unafraid-Stands By. n Sheriff Sale.--No. 2428. hi Caz Talley 1 Vs. H. C. Bailey. Notioe is hereby given thatby virtue of of an order of seizure and sale, issued at out of the 26 Judicial District Court of Louisiana, in and for Washington Par- hi ish, in the above entitled cause, and gi to me directed, I will proceed to sell atpublihc anction to the last and high. in est bidder, on w Saturday, May 30, 1914 th at the principal front door of the court house at Franklinton, La., betweeli legal sale hours for judicial sales, the 01 followingdescribed property to-wit: fa Lot No. 4. Section 29, 'rwp. 3 e., R. 18 e., St. Helena Meridian, containing 83.98 acrea. SI Terms of Sale: Osh. T This 20th day of Apr'l, 1914. T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. dc SA Stepping-Stone To Good Health Y. Thousands Suffer From is Liver Trouble and is Never Know It. It Many a man and worran goes d through life working along the ,o line of greater resistance when e they could take the easy path of health and happiness. Many a n slightly disordered liver is the cause of lack of energy and I financial loss. In olden times calomel used to shock many a liver into its natu e ral activities and improve the a health. But there were many 11 sad cases of salivation and even death from its use, Modern day medical science has eliminated calomel by finding ra better remedy in the form of GRIGSBY'S LIV.VER.LAX, which does all the work of calo. mel without its disagreeable ef r feots or dangers. It is purely vegetable and sold under a strict guarantee of mon ey refunded. The price, 50c and $1.00 a bot. tle at People's Drug Store. Likeness of L. K. Grigsby on every bottle both for you and the druggist's protection. Not A War of Scandals. If, as seems probable, this trouble with Mexico becomes a war in earnest, there is good reasonto believe that we shall see it fought in a clean-handed, busi ness like way and not under the conditions which marked our struggle with Spain. Sixteen l years is not too long a time for us to remember the scandals which marked that affair. The lesson of the Spaish. American war has been well learned. The Mexican war will not be a war of business and political wire-pulling. The portfolio of state is not in the hands of and aged and de crepit statesman thrust out of the Senate to make way for a political boss. There is no Al ger in the cabinet, appointed as a reward for his financial contri butions, and we take it there will be no embalmed beef revelations to shock the Ameriban public. We are going into this war under the leadership of men trained for the service. Political pull isnot to give us a Shafter to head our army of occupation. The men who will command our troops are the men who are justly entitled to command. If there are any cliques in the navy the public has thus far had ( no inkling of them. From a handfullof ships and men in 1898 we have progressed to a wonderful fleet of great engines of war, mamed by over 30,0001 and almost an entire new set of high officers, and they have just a given a fine example of what is r in them by thie promptimess with a which they have moved and the thoroughness with which thev y have carried out the President's orders atVera Cruz. It is a fair assumption, therefore, that this is to be a war without a Sampson-Schley controversy. The navy is large, with little to do, and the army is small, with a great deal to do. But, what ever the task either has to carry out, people have reason to feel confident that it will be done with precision and dispatch. Wars are always regrettable, even when they are as one sided as a war with Mexico is bound to be. But there is something 9 consoling when a people know that efficient instruments are at hand with which to do the work which wars require. 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 qnicker 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. An Attractive Summler School There is no reason why sum mer school work should not be made attractive. Some of the means of doing this are as fol lows: Hold but one session per day, working during the cool hours and till 1:00 p. m.; offer courses in tennis, hockey and volley ball in the late afternoop; teach the students games and plays for them to use when they go back back to their school; have stereoptican lectures and musical entertainments with the phonograph; offer motion picture entertainment on Saturday evenings; teach the ladies how to swim, and provide a suitable lake for the men to use daily; have a good table, furnish pure water, and protect the bed roms against mosquitoes by screnes; and above all hold the expenses down. AU these things State Normal School at Natchi toches is providing for its 1914 summer school students, Sheriff Sale.- No. 2409 W. L. Young, State Examiner Et Als. Vs. Percy Harrold. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of seizure and sale issued out of the 20tth Judicial District Court of Louisiana, in and for Washington parish, in the above entitled cause and to me directed, I will proceed to sell at public auction to the last and highest bidder, on C Saturday June 6, 1914. at the principal front door of the court house at Franklinton, La., between the legal saleihours for judicial sales, the following described property to wit: The southwest i of the northeast 4 and the northwest 4 of the southeast 4 section 12, township 1. south, range N 10 east St. Helena Meridian, contain- N ing 82.05 acres. Terms of sale-Cash with the benefit of appraisement. This 80th day of April 1914. T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. Notice-The Police Jury will receive sealed bids for the Fiscal Agency ofthis board up till 12 o'clock a. m. May 5, 1914. They reserve the right to reject any and all bids. A W. E. Banister, Sec'v. e lb. Ikst -wrw Rheumatism LUMBAGO. uUTICA, GOUT. NEURALGIA. AND KlDNEY TROUBLES. STOP THE P N OhssarkkR~us IUII.l Lik IPII ON WOUIW *wuIroU RMheumatlo Cure C, INlk III w.ffiaeý Dr. O. D. Varrado DENTIST Office in Postoffice Buildiag. Franklinton, LIa. Mhe r4 MirY %, V ý atu- of an orl.r . t ,, I , l - at the priocial troh t hdoor ..i tie clourt house at Frainh linti. Lat., ietwteen the legal sale hours Itr jij!i1I sal s, the following dtscribeU ;ruptrty to wit: Lots 15, 16a 17 ind 18 o't b! ,ek Nro. a18. and lot ghst bldve 2r,' on C hl.ck at theo 17 inci Sephen oo. Ric o taron ad dition to Bogainsa. Terms of Sale. Cash with benefit of a tpraiem i., t. This 15th da1 o1f April 11114. T. J. Sinmolns, Sheriff. ý'heriff Sale.-No. 240t) . Win. L. Young, Examiner of State IHanks. Vs. \W'irren Mizell, J'r. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of an order of seizure and sale issued out of the 26th Judicial DistricLCourt of La., in and for Wash ington Parish, in the above entitled cause and to me directed, I will pro ceed to sell at Iulblic auction to the last and highe.. bidder, on Saturday, May 30, 1914 at the principal front door of the courthouse at Franklinton, La., be tween the legal sale hours for judicial sales, the.following described proper ty to-wit: Situated in Washington Parish, La., commence at Bogue Chitto river on line dividing the Jas. Gwin hoadright No 43 and Zedok Barrow headright No. 49 Tp 1, s r 10 east, and run north 79° 45 east, 94.61 chas to an old corner on said line to established Point of be ginning; thence northj west 13.34, chas. thence west 4.88 chains to N. O. G. N. Railroad right of way; thence west along N. O. G. N. Railroad right of way 200 feet, thence south 82.50° west 6.45 chas, thence south 1.500, west 12.83 chains to headright line between Gwin and Barrow headrights 43 and 49; thence along said line north 790 45' east, 6.77 chains to N. 0. G. N. Railroad right of way; then across said right of way 200 feet; then along said headright line north 790, 45', east 5.47 chains to point of begin ning, containing 13.55 acres. Also commence at Bogue Chitto river on line dividing the Jas Gwin headright No. 43 and Zodak headright No 49 tp 1 s. R. 10 east, and run 790 45' 94.61 chains to establish the point of beginning; thence run 790 45', east 5.56 chains, thence north b0, east 9.12 chains, thence west 5.52 chains, thence south J0, west 10.34 chains to point of beginning, containing 5.02 acres of land. 13.55 acres of land being situated in Jas Gwin headright No. 49, tp 1, ar 10 east, and 5.02 acres of land situated Zodak Barrow headright No. 49, tp 1, s, r 10 east both tracts containing in the aggregate 18.57 acres. The tim ber is reserved and to be removed in sixtv days from this date. Terms of sale-Cash with benefit of appraisement. This 22nd day of April, 1914. T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. New Orleans Great Northern Double Daily Service BETWEEN Franklinton, La. AND New Orleans, La. Jackson, Miss. Columbia, Miss. Tylertown, Miss. Folsom, La. Cheap Round Trip Week-end Tickets on Sale, PASSENGER SCHEDULE DAILY--EXCEPT SUNDAY North-Bound. South-Bound No. 32-10:25 a. m, No.?31-2:25 p. p. No. 34-7:40 p. m. No. 33-5"30 a. m. SUNDAY ONLY No. 38-9:35 p. m. No. 87-6.25 a.m. No. 86-11:05 a. m. No.35.4:20 p. m. For further information, apply to local Ticket Agent, or to M. J. McMahon, G. P. A. G. B. AUBLRTIN,:A.o.P.A., 905 Whitney-Central Bldg. New Orleans, La. Lone Dietance Phone Main 488. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that ± A. Magee has this this day sev. ered his connection with the Franklinton Auto and Repair Co., M M. Magee and M. J. Magee to assume all obligations of the firm. Franklinton, La., April 7, 1914. M. M. Maigee, T. A. Magee, M., J. M aie. I), r )ill i t Notice in he.r,.lh givrt, t '8 , r r In of an ..r.r of ,ii.ot r0. ait4 -.1,,. i" , ('ounrt of I,outl'iana, in 4 141 f.r th,, Ia'OVE b ventitled' 1'atae. anld t~ le dir.,ut ed, I will pros'e.ud to sell at i'uh,. " auction to the last and highiet Ihld.r le on Saturulay, .'11- lt,, 1911I at the principal friut door of the rt courthouse at Franklinton, La., he wn tween the legal sale hours for judicial , sales, the following described proper t ty, towit: 129.05 ;-.re; of lan,1 (,des rihi,d as fol lows: (' omlnclle 6.25 'ha ins north of where tho bicharl ;Barch hr. No. 412 cort' r" ,on the w li:i, of the ,John Irwin hr. No. 43, To. 2 e.. R 10 east to establish the point of beginninting, St thence run e 12.75 chains, thence n 10 w 6.74 chains, thenco n 83.500 e 10.50 chains, thence s 83.500 east 26 chains, thence n 39° e 2 chairts, thence n 39.50= e 2.73 chains, thence n 570 e 1.55 chains, thence n 10 e 5.13 chns, of thence n 10° e 2 chns, thence n 11= w 9.60 chains to n line of the said hr., thence s 89.500 w along hr. line 50.73 chains to the nw corn,,r of the said hr., thence s 4° e 27.50 chains to the r- point of beginning, le~ 20 acres of ,le land described in th0 above survey at belonging to F. M. Brown, making in 4. the aggregate 109.05 acres of land cov . ered by the instrument. o. Terms of Sale. -Cash without bene e fit of appraisement. This 7th day of April, 1914. T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. le - Notice. Notice is hereby given to all persons, firms al and corporations, whose names appear as r- depositors on the books of the Union Hank, of Franklinton, La, that they must tile their verified claims with the state examiner of state banks, or with his duly appointed stecia agent, Jasper S. Brock Jr., and make legal n proof as to the justice thereof. on or before the 15th day of May. 1911, at Franklin ton, Louisiana, in accordance with Section 41 o. of Act 300 of 1910. WM, L. YOUNG, Oct. 9 State Examiner of State Banks. tf. J. S, BlnocK JR.. Special Agent. Sheriff Sale.-No. 2372. 3 4, Wilson E. Crain ) Vs. ,e W. Alexander Sheridan. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of seizure and sale issued out of the 26th Judicial District CourtTof Louisiana, in and for Washington Parish, in the above entitled cause and to me directed. I will proceed to sell at public auction to the lust and highest bidder on to Saturday, May 2, 1914 e at the principal front door of the court house , at Franklinton, La., between the legal sale hour for judicial sales, the following described ,n property, to-wit: n First; Fifty acres of land described as beginning at a point on the west line of the John Mizell under John Dumford headright No, 38 in Tp, 2, s.. R. 12 e,, which point is equal dis o tant from the nw corner and the sw corner of said headright, thence s 79 1-20 e 30 cans, thence s 100 w 20 chns, thence n 79 1-2. w 30 chns to headright line, thence north to point it of beginning. it Second: Also beginning on the w line of the John Mizell under John it Dumford headright No. 38 in Tp. 2 s., B, R, 12 e., at a point equally distant p from the nw corner and sw corner of 12 the said headright, thence s 10° 19' west on old line 13.61 chns, thence s 80° w 6.82 chns, thence n to the sw n corner of the land owned by Mrs. .0 Sophronia Hunt, thence s 840 east to d point of beginning, containing 10 acres. S Third: 13.62 acres of land in sec n tions 83 and 38, Tp 2 s, R 12 e, St. SHelena Meridian, and described as follows: Begin at old quarter section Scorner between sections 28 and 33 and run w 2.75 chns to a stob, whence a it pine 36 inches in diameter, n 20O w 50 links, a pine 15 inches in diameter, s 87 3-40 w 67 links, theL.ce s 80 86' w 20.50 chns to stob, whence a pine 36 inches in diameter, north 64o e 20 1-2 ' Slinks, a pine 16 inches in diameter, s 83 83-40 w 147 links, thence s 10 1-40 e 1 5.91 chns to point of beginning, thence s 1040 e 1.19 chns to stob, whence a pine 15 inches in diameter, n 24~ we 44 links, a pine 28 inches in diame'er, n 501-20 w 88 links, thence s 1340 w 10.16 chns to corner whence a pine a 80 inches in diameter, n 32 1-20 w 10 links, whence a pine 30 inches in di- I ameter, s 240 e 33 links, thence s 84 f, east 11.26 chns to a stoh, whence a vine 24 inches in diameter, n 77 3-40 e 24 links, thence n 8~0 e 12.64 chains, thence w 13.32 chains to the point of beginning. Variation of needle 5o 8 east. Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of i, appraisement. h This 15th day of April, 1914. a T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. a = o List of Grand Jurors. * I, No. Name Ward. s 1. L.L. Richardson, Sr.... 1 2. T. G. Corkern......... 1 u S3. Dolphe Wallace........ 1 ,i 4. M. Jno. Alford........ 2 f 5. JohnM. Ott........... 2 6. H. W. Powell ......... 2 S7. J. Morgan Kemp....... 2 8. R.L.Burris........... 3 Ti 9. George Foil........... 3 10. D. N. Magee........ . 3 hi 11. W. W. Jenkins.. ..... 3 d( 12. M. A. Bailey......... 4 ar 13. E. L. Corkern......... 4 dt 14. J. M. Mitchell.......... 4 m 15, J. B. Magee.......... 4 in 16. J. T. Magee............ 4 as 17. J, J. Adams.....•..... 5 b, 18. M, T, Knight ......... 5 19. C.C. Boyles .......... 5 re 20 P.B. Kemp ........... 5 on I hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and cor at reot list of Grand Jurors drawn by for service at the May term 1914. in of the 26th Judicial District sis Court of Louiisana, for Washing. ful on Parish, and according to law. ity This March 28th, 1914. , M. A. Thigpen, Clerk of Court, III Jil l ·, \C . l lii "1 ,iI,,t !i,1 " 1.. l,(. I t IIIt tll-i I' .' o II il 'l III;I ,I. ilr s''' i,t'i th Iit \\ II i rs,,.j', . I'I . . I, te5t biddtler on 0aturdl;Iv, M "'.2 , l , I I Ie at the princilal Iroutt tl, r ,f h., ciom t '" house at Frank ilint on, l,a., h),e w'.'en at the legal sale hoursi fur juwli, ial tsaIt , r- the foTllowing described pro(lerty to 'lt, in \'a,~hingttoni l'ari, , ,.. 11 ginnin.g 10 (chain. West (of It l wetern o idarv . , . I . .,t 11 .. St. to lIlhlena "i, i ia; (, In I on tihe 'vtp Slite; It ihe tce runt ii L7 w 22 'chiili , 14, 01 -lr i " 4a; ý u ('hlais., tI nenee ti n B'- e 8 thbis., t1,ce eP 2.4.l-, tthence 26 's 9.54 thus to Iii n itlie of the hr., thences 0lL W 5.(i1 ch(Is to the Inw Scolrner of the said :r., thl nce xs 9 4 e 34.16 chns to creek, tihence along ' creek n 800 w 3.75 cl.r-, lthernce s 78: w 4.25 chas, Ihece s 50 W .50 (hns, 73' thence leaving creek i 227= w 5.18 id chns to the p)oiint of beginning. 1e Second. 1:35.77 acres, being lots 3 of and 5, and e.4 of the nw i, S i, T 1 s, Hy R 1 e, St. iielena meridian, except in 8.55 acres described as beginning at y. the sw corner of the ne4 of nwi of said Section, Twp. and Range, thence . run e 6.71 chns, thence n 13 chains, thence s 85,4 w 6.74 chns, thence a 12.50 chnu to point of beginng. Third. 67.00 acres described as be . ginning at the se corner of Oilton Day hr under Chas. Roberts Nos. 42 Us and 37, Tps. 1 and 2 s, R11 e, St.Helena i meridian, thence n 9.450 w 17.14hns, of n 700 w 17 chns, thence s 30 w 14 ,r chns, thence s 820 w 19 chns, thence :ia s 350 w 18.06 chns to the a line of hr, ;al thence n 800 30' e 49.54 chns to the e point of beginning. 141 It is understood that one acre in the se corner of the above hr is not in cluded in this transfer; it having been previously sold to the trustees of thA Hurricane Scheol as per title iu con veyance book 6, page 497 of the con veyance records of Washington Par ish, Louisiana. Fourth. 96.86 acres described as an follows: Beginning at the nw corner th of Orlton Day hr uuder Chas. Roberts ed Ni s. 37 and 42, Tps 1 and 2 s, R 11 e, to St. Helena meridian, thence run n st 80 25° e 35.15 chnu, tlthence s 80 east 17.17 chns, thence s 560 w 15 chns, thence s 320 w 5 chus thence a 260 se W 8.15 chns, thence s 63.500 w 6 chns te to branch, thence n 69= w 5.00 chns, thence s 400 w 3 chns to hr line, ,d thence 9.050 w 34.16 chns to point st of beginning. n Terms of sale: Cash. 2, This 16th day of April, 1914. T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. s Te'IrllS of Court. CIVIL TERMS in Fourth Monday in February ýt Second Monday in May First Monday in July w First Monday in December ( CRIMINAL TEMS 0 Fourth Monday in March Second Monday in November. s -.___ __ S Sheriff Sale-No. 2398. SJack Donald 0 Versus Homer Roper 6 Notice is hereby given that by virtue 2 of a writ of seizure and sale issued out s of the 26th JudicialDistrict Court of SLonisiana, in and for Washington, e Parish, in the above entitled cause, Sand to me directed. I will nroceel to sellat publie auction to the last and highest biddler, on Saturday, May 2, 1914 Sat the princioal front door of the court house at Franklinton, La:, between legal sale hours for judicial sales, the following described property to-wit. An undivided half interest in and to the following described land in Wash Sington Parish, La., described as being situated in the Wm. Peters headright No. 41, Tp. 3 S., R. 13 east, St. Helena meridian and starting where the Cov Sington and Columbia road crosses the headright line between headrights 41 and 39, thence run down said road in a southerly direction 15 feet to point of beginuing, thence run east parallel with the headright line 100 feet, thence south at right angles 50 feet, thence west parallel with the headright line 100 feet, thence north at right .ngles 50 feet to point of beginning, with an undivided half interest in and t, the improvements on the said land. Terms of sale: Cash without bene Sfit of appraisment This 27th day of March, 1914. T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. Estray Notice. Third Ward Justice Court, State of Louisiana, Parish of Washington. Notice is hereby given that there has been strayed before me, the un dersigned authority, by T. M. Jones, a freehold citizen of said ward, parish and state, and who, being by me first duly sworn according to law, deposes and says, that for more than six months last past, there has been roam ing at large at and near the residence of aflant, a certain yearling described as follows: One red and white speckled bull yearling unmarked and branded, dbout two years old. The said yearling to be sold at the residence of the said T. M. Jones in Third Ward, Washington Parish, La., on Saturday, May 9, 1914 at 11 o'clock a. m., unless reclaimed by the owner and all costs paid. Terms of sale: All costs to be paid in cash on day of sale the balance on six months credit, the purchaser to furnish his note with approved secur ity, payable to parish Treasurer of Washington Parish, Louisiana. This 9th day of April, 1914. J. E. BATEMAN, Justice of the Peace.