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Brief Mention of Loral and Personal
' Happenings of The Week. '
F,'rANKLUNTOx, LA., JUNE 25, '14
D. J. Williams of Lee's Creek
spent Monday here.
Arthur Green and Amberson
Shoemaker, of Zona spent Sun
Ostin Bateman and Prentiss
Magee spent last week end at
tiarna n, I1 ý.
Pe-l i.l ' I )ru.' Co',., knows about
LIV-VI.i :-i x. YIutl ineed it
for your il,
M rs. lh ,i,, Irk-e'.1'n ,t \\' -lla r
ton was a -\\ Wednesiav of
NI rs. I1. \\. i::. ee.
Chicks for ,ri, t1in0 trying
are no0w being of'l'red at marlilet
price by Doremnus Poultry Assn.
Misses M\aud anc Evie Green,
of Enon were week end guests
of Misses Lela, M yrtis and Lou
Misses Grace and Manda
(;Gtyer of Lee's Crleii, are spend
ing this week with Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Gayer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Coyne 1
with her three children of Eagle
Pass, Texas, is visiting her 1
mother, Mrs. Cinda Bielkham.
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Doremus
have gone to housekeeping in
the residence formerly occupied
by Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Simmons.
For Sale-Full blooded Berk
shire pigs, 85 each.
J. Morgan Kemp, t
Mt. Herman, La. (
Misses Ida and Dora Green- 1
law of Hazlehurst came Friday
for an extended visit with their
grandmother, Mrs. L. D. Green
LOST-On Sunday afternoon
between town and the river
bridge, two jeweled hair pins.
Anyone restoring same to Mrs.
D. E. Sheridan or to this office,
will be suitably rewarded.
Miss Leitha Sheridan, with
her guest Miss Louise Peterson,
and Miss Myrtle Mitchell and
Messrs. Huston Sheridan and
Hubert Magee drove to Sheridan
Friday and spent the day with
Trespass Notice-Notice is
hereby given that I forbid any
person or persons, removing,
cutting or deadening the timber
on my land or the -making or
using, logging or lumber roads
across my land, also hunting
For Sale-One Ford roadster,
three passenger, in good condi
tion. Gas headlights, oil side
lamps, electric tail light, top,
windshield, electric horn, pump
and complete set of tools. Non
skid tires on rear (new), extra
Stire, extra inner tube, vulcanizer,
Will sell cheap. Apply P. O. Box
416. Covington, La.
Notice-To all persons or firms
that have not paid their privi
lege license for the year 1914,
by July 1st 1914, the collection
of the license will be turned oer
to the attorney for the tax- ,ol
lector for collection. Come for
ward and pay your license in
order to save yourselves extra
T. J, Simmons,
I have lost or misplaced the
following witness warrants, all
dated April 26, 1914:
Jim Dyson.. .......3..8300
Bud Alford........... 300
Sherd Mescal.......... 3.(0
John King........... 3.00
Antoine Williams .... 3 00
Joe Williams ........ 3.00
All persons are warned against
cashing or trading fr airy of tle
above, and 1 am apolyine for
duplicates. W. H. Alford,
Sunny Hill, La.
Geo' R. Yates, the plumber, of
Bogalusa had business in Frank
Protect your stoCk fro0: fi es
with Cargo Gnat Oil.
Babington's Drug Store.
Newlieans or Luzianne Coffee tl
in dollar pails for only .5c at b
T. B. Erwin & Son Ltd.Go to it. b
W. M. Porche of Bogalusa, is s
here this week doing the brick ti
work on the new Methodist par
T. P. Blackwell, of HBogalusa. C:
District Manager of the Curn - n
h(-land 'T'foele l _ ,o., l.'.". I .19e
_J''ldi a,,li S .I rH ay.
id d ies ),f t it l t.,i't : .,. lotr
sale', and 'ggs incul)tted on S
slur.'? or unlder contract, by C
Wilbur l wp'. wi. is takinr a
h)Usilss cour.se i,. '(ew Orleans,
Ia h.- d spec'ial : norary men- al
tin by his instructor for the M
rapid work he has done in his
ti' st week's study. ri
Mrs. .1. M. Stanland and little
daughter Marion, formeriv ,of
Zouna, spent Tuesday with Mrs. t.
J. S [;rock, leaving Wednesdaiy t,
for Alabama where they are go i
ing to plake their future home.
On Thursday last the 1. Y. P .1
U. had a largely attended picnic
at the old Jacob Magee place.
two miles below town. Some in- f'
teresting addresses were given -1
and the day proved altogether h
an enjoyable one. ar
You know that dandruff means C
baldness-it keeps collectiii. tC
forms in layers and robs the hair
of nutrition. The first applica
tion of Nyal's Hirsutone will m
loosen up the dandruff and sup- hi
ply nourishment.-ldeal Drug at
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitman
and three children of Zona, have
moved to Franklinton and are a
occupying the Bulloch house re
cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs.
Louie Varnado. Mr. Whitman u
has charge of the Brinker- aK
Ketcham planing mill. u
Mrs. A. J. Pierce of Varnado g
who came over Friday to spend
a week in the home of her broth
er, D. E. Sheridan, was unex
pectedly called home on Satur- o
day by the news of her young
daughter,s getting her hand
right severely burned.
W.C. Harper who has had
charge of the Cumberland Tele- a
phone interests here since the
removal of Watson, has been
transferred to Bogalusa, and R.
Forneaof Bogalusaput on the
job here. Mr. Fornea is a mar
ried man and will move his wife
here as soon as the telephone
house is vacated.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. L. W,
McDougaldon Saturday, June
O20th, a son. This is a ramnarka
ble family of boys, this being
the fourth son and all perfect
specimens, and the handsomest
youne fellows one could find in a s
long search. Four such splen.
did boys as these in one family
is enough to justly "puff up"
s any parents with pride.
Died-On Friday last at her
'home in Mt. Hermon, after a
long and lingering illness, Mrs.
Dewitt Varnado formerly Miss
Beulah Magee. Mrs. Varnado '
wasastep daughter of W. W.
SBabington and a sister-in-law of
a Mrs. L. H. Magee. Mrs. Magee
and Miss Margie Wood attended
the funeral which was preached
at the Mt. Hermon Mlithodist
church on Saturday. Rev. J. A
e While playing with a dynamite
II cap on Monday afternoon, little
Sylton Bateman accidently
caused the explosion of the cap
and sustained a very serious in
jury to the left hand, blowing off
the entire joint of the thumb and
the ends of two fingers. Dr.
Jones was quickly summoned
rt and is keeping it carefully dress
" ed and it is hoped it will give
ir the little fellow no serious pain
or trouble through this hot
The annual wool sales for this
section will tike plac, in Furnk
linton, on Monday July, 6th.
Between 'i ,00U) and J0,000 lbs.
of wool will be marketed here on
that day and there will no doubt
be lively bidding as a number of
buyers have been notified of the
sale and quite a lively competi
tion can be looked for.
Mrs. A. Gayer of Lee's Creek.
came over Tuesday to attend the
marriage of her son Charles to
Miss Ida Corkern.
After a month's visit to Angie. I
Marnie Brock returned home '
Saturday accompanied by her 1
cousin. (;ladys Daniel. who will I
be her guest for several weeks. t
On Sunday afternoon at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Pope, at Angie,
Mr. C. F. Dunman and Miss
Maude Pope were quietly mar
ried, Rev. C. T. Corkern flticiat
Mr. W. H. Humble and daugh.
te' wvho is visiting him now. at
tend the demonstration work of
W. J. \Warrington. Government.
Canning expert, in B1,ogalusa onI
last Saturday and took part in t
Mrs. W. B. Gowdry, after a
fort,ig!ht's visit with her sister, i
M r-. ('Ihas. Ketchan, left for her
hoe in .lackson Sunday. Mr.
and \lr. IKetcham and littleI
Ethel ml,,tored as far as Me
Comb where Mrs. Gowdry took
the I. ('. train for Jackson.
On 'lTuesday our popular post
master, .In,. L. Magee, enjoyed 1
his fi.rst lolid:iy off in two years
and took hi.- Sunday School class
to Hayes creek on a picnic. Mes
datmes W. A. Erwin and T. J.
Hood chaperoned the crowd and
all seemed to enjoy the day to
Judge J. H. Lancaster came
up from Covin;, t,,on Tuesday and
arraigned all tihe arrested parties I
under indictment by the last,
grand jury, and District At- º
torney J. Vol IBrock assigned
the cases for trial so that all will
be in readiness for the opening
of the regular summer term of
court which will convene here
the First-Monday in July.
Misses Ellen and Ruth Bab
ington, Etfie and Stella Magee
are spending to-day at Mande
ville where they are enjoying the
big picnie tendered by the N. O.
G. N. R. R. to their employees
and a few invited guests. A
spl)ecial train was run leaving
Bogalusa about 7 o'clock in the
morning and leaving Mandeville
for the return trip after the
close otf the day.
Misses Lela and Fannie Mac
Fatherree, of Talisheek, were
Sguests of Mrs, C. W. Davidson
Miss Carrie Stewart and Mr.
SI. Byrd, of Cybur, Miss., were
week-end guests of Mrs. L. P.
We are glad to know that Miss
Eva Mathews is convalescing.
J. I. Waller was a business
visitor to New Orleans Wednes
Mrs. C. W. Davidson and Miss
e Mary Waller spent Wednesday
3 in Bogaluea.
Mrs. J. Leon Pounds enter
tained at dinner Saturday, Mrs.
H. F. Waller and Miss Mary
Waller, of Culverton, Ga.
promptly obtained in all cotntries OR NO FEE.
TRADE*MARKS, Caveats and Copyrights regis
latered. Rend Sketch, Model or Photo. for
FREE REPORT on patentability. Platent pract
ie exclusively. ANK REFERENCES.
Send 2 rents In stamp for invaluabhle book
on NOW TO OBTAIN and SELL PATENTS,
Which ones will pay, tlow to get a partner,
patent law and other valuable nfonratwon.
D. SWIFT T CO,
S303 Seventh St, Waabingtoe, D. C
Sold at Kabington's Drug Store.
fmlerills rti les ,,f Ime it and
animals ,,f utility were exllhibited
to vast numbers of visitors. This
fall it is the hope of the manage
ment to excel! all former efforts
to secure a great variety of ex
hibits and larger attendance,
Manufacturers of the many
labor-saving devices employed t
by thrifty farmers will be invited
to exhibit farming implements,
canning outfits, preserving uten
sils, artificial and natural
methods of incubating eggs,
brooding poultry, etc.
Fine specimens ol dairy c(attle,
draught horses and other farm 1
animals will be on exhibit. Our p
people will see and learn more
in the three days of the fair
than in any length of time.
otherwise, During the time (fl
the fair persons from remote t
piarts of the parish as well as t
those fromu iear by places w\ill
meet one another in friendly and
happy intercourse. Some re
newing acq uaintanceships otIhre
being introduced to new, and a
few, perhaps, making matri
A country fair is an ideal
place and time for securing mod- I
ern appliances, improvet mina- I
chinery and advanced ideas of
progress. It is a good place to
originate resolutions for better
ing of one's condition agricultu
rally, commercially, tinancially
At High Noon, on Tuesday,
June 23, at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
C. T. Corkern, Chas. H. Gayer,
of Hackley. and Miss Ida Cor
kern, were married, Rev. W. A.
The bride was Assistant Post
mistress here until her resigna
tion last month and became very
popular with the public thru her
charming manners and kindly
accommodation to all whom she
served. She is a girl of splendid
characteristics and will be a'
goodly acquisition to any com
munity. Good natured Charles,
the groom, carries his passport
in his splendid open countenance
and genial smile, which so truly
boespeak tile honesty, strengthI
and kindliness for which he,
since a young lad, has been sol
The happy couple left on the
afternoon train for Glenmor a,
La., where they will make a short
visit to Mr. Gayer's sister, then
after a few days in New Orleans
wiil be at home to their many
friends at Hackley.
Phone No. 47 for Cheap Feed
F. M. Brown's Fieed Storc at
the Farmer's Union Ware House
will sell you all kinds of feed
stuff at rock bottom prices.
Come and see for yourself.
This is the I'
that forces the
to the limit
without injury to health.
Pkgs. 5, 50c, $1.oo; 256b. pail $1.00
saves waste of feed, greatly increases
milk yield and prolongs the profit paying
period. The percentage of butter fat
is alwayu increased. Calves are born
stronger and healthy and are kept so by
the regular use of Pratte.
Refuse substitutes; insist on Pratts.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Meney Back
Gd Pratte Stock Book
Sld tI S. H. B[urris.. Franklinton:
T'. B. 'rwin & Son. Franklinton.
A Clean Scalp and Healthy Hair
Many of yoiiur friends hIave f ,und tliat a luxuriient ,.rowtii (,f
hair-soft and glossy-and a scalp free from dandrutff will result
from the use of
This is the procedure
Wash the hair with warm water and a pure soap-rinse
thoroughly-rub the scalp with a stiff brush-apply Hirsutone
rub it in well and dry the hair before combing.
Please understand that Hirsutone is not merely a hair-wash
-it is a tonic-a food.
While it thoroughly cleanses, it also prevents
bacterial action-nourishes and stimulates the roots
of the hair-removes all dandruff-prevents its re
turn and preserves the natural beauty and color of
Nyal's Hirsutone should be on your dressing table.
It sells at 30 cents and sl.,o the bottle.
Whatever a good drug store ought to have--and many things
that other drug stores don't keep-- ou'll find here. Come to us
tirst and you'll get what you want.
IDEAL DRUG STORE
Wiley M. Wood, Prop.
Amendment to Charter. c
Be it known and remembered that 3
on this the 6th day of June, 1914, be
fore me, Hiram E. Smith, Notary
Public, duly commissioned and quali
fied in and for Washington Parish,
Louisiana, personally came and ap
peared William E. Bickham, President
of the corporation, Bickham & Son,
Limited, and Benton E. Bickham,
Secretary of said corporation, who
declared to me in the presence of the (
hereinafter named and undersigned i
witnlesses that in accordance with aj
resolution passed by the stockholders
ot the said corporation at a general
meeting of the stockholders called for
that purpose, held at the domicile of I
said corporation on Monday, May 25,
1914, due notice of which was pub
hshed for more than 30 days prior to
said date in the Era-Leader, a weekly
. newspaper published at Franklinton,
Louisiana, and a written notice mailed
to each stockholder of said corpora
tion at his usual place of residence,
- more than forty days prior to the
- date of said meeting, which said reso
lution authorized the said William E.
Bickham, President, and the said
Benton E. Bickham, Secretary, to
? amend Article Number Two (2) and
a Article Number Four (4) of the char
ter of said corporation passed before
Ansil N. Simmons, Notary Public,
February 20th, 1903, of record in
mortgage book 12, folio 476, of the
mortgage records of Washington Par
t ish, Louisiana, all stockholders being
e present and voting therefor. and in
accordance with said resolution, and
to carry the same into effect the said
William E. Bickham and the said
Benton E. Bickham, do ht rPby amend
Article Number Two (2) of said char
ter to read as follows:
"The domicile of said corporation
shall be at Hackley, Washington Par
Ish, Louisiana, and all citations or
G legal proceedings shall be served on
the President of the corporation, and
in his absence or inability to act, on
the Secretary of said corporation."
And they do further amend Article
Number Four (4) of said Charter to
read as follows:
"The capital stock of said corpora
tion is hereby fixed at the sum of
Fifteen Thousand (415,000) Dollars,
t to be divided into and represented by
One Hundred and Fifty (150) shares
e of stock in the sum of One Hundred
d ($100.00) Dollars each; said stock
shall be paid for at the time of sub
scription or the same may be issued
at not less than par value in payment
for property, real, personal or mixed,
actually received or purchased by said
corporation, and when the price
thereof has been agreed upon by the
Board of Directors, or such agents or
officers as may have been designated
for that purpose."
Thus done and signed at my Notor
ial Office at the Town of Franklinton,
Washington Parish, Louisiana, on
this the 6th day of June, 1914, in the
presepee of J. A. Crain and F. W.
Brock, two competent witnesses.
W. E. BICKEAM,
BENTON E. BICKHAM.
J. A. CRAIN,
F. W. BROCK,
IHIRAM E. SMITH,
State of L'uisiana,
Parish of Washington.
3: I (certify that this instrument wa
filed for re(ord June 8, 1914, at :.
o'clock a. In., in Charter Book 1., entry
37 of the official records.
D. D. M( ELVEEN,
Chief Deputy Clerk
and ex-officio Recorder.
June 11-July 16.
Iot, (otI Roads.tlH
Tlhere will be a mass meeting
of the voters of Washington par
ish at the courthouse here on
Tuesday, .July 7th, to imeet with
the Polic:e Jury and discuss the
ways and meins to keep up our
public roads after the present
contract expires. Everyone in
favor of good roads should at
W. L. Smith, Pres.,
W. E. Banister, Sec'y.
rf Heart Trouble Cured by
Dr. MVNiles' Heart Remedy
"Before I began taking Dr.
Miles' Ileart Remedy I had been
iiffcring from heart trouble for
)ver five years. I had pains in
my left side, and under my
shoulder blade, could not sleep
,n the left side. and was so short
of breath the least exertion
would bring on the most distress
ing palpitation. I had scarcely
aken a half bottle of the Heart
Remedy before I could see a
marked change in m%" condition.
When I had taken six bottles I
MIRS. C. C. GORKEY,
If there is fluttering or palpi
tation it is an indication of a
weakness of the nerves and muis
cles of the heart. It is not neces
sarily diseased-just weak from
over-work. The heart may be
weak just the same as the eves,
stomach or other organs. You
can make a weak heart str(,ng
by taking Dr. Miles' Heart Rein.
edy. Get a bottle from your
druggist, take it according to di
rections, and if it does not bene
fit he will return your money.
Are You a Woman?
The Woman's Tonic
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUiG6STS4 I