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Official Journal of Washington Parish and the Town of Franklinton. v M1E 5. WANKfLIN.(iN ,E i,,i ar. m1.p FRJANKLINTON, LA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1914 NLM ER 38 WHEN BUYING Xmas Presents See Our Nice Line of ' Box Paper, Fine Jewelry Candy in Holiday Boxes From One to Five Pounds Toy and Gift Books, Perfumes Cut Glass and Jap China Eastman Kodaks Films, Etc. Remember "If it isn't an Eastman, It isn't a Kodak." BABINGTON'S DRUG STORE (Incorporated,) Court Proceedings. December Civil Term-Dec. 6th thrn Dec. 9th, 1914. Frank Davis-assault and bat. tery, $10 and cost, default 30 days. Chas. Burch-aesault and bat tery, $25 and cost, default 30 days, suspended. R. Grantham-drunk on train, $15 and cost, default 30 days, suspended. Chas. Page-Retailing, die missed. Wes Garner-whipping child, 1300 and six months, default one year. Tep Creel, et als--conspiracy, $500 each and six months, default one year each, suspended. Obe Miller-disturbing peace, $25 and cost, default 90 days, suspended. Wilton Goings-assault and bat tery $15 and cost, default 30 days. Eugene Magee - disturbing peace, $25 and 15 days, default 60 days additional. S. S. Thomas--retailing, ac quited. Otis Crain-retailing, acquited. John Erwin-retailing, $100 and cost, default one year, sues pended. W. L. Watson -- nol pros. Fletcher Talley' -retailing, ac quittel Fletchcer Talley-blind tiger, acquitted. Jim Starnes--retailing; i)l pros. Felix Unrkhalter and NarcFssius Dyson-marrying in prohibitive degree, nrl pros. C. U. Page--running garmbling' den, acquitted. Henry Williams - retailing, $10) and cost, default 90 diays. H. A. K'hennedy-concealed weapons, acquited. H. A. Kennedy-disturbing peace. $25 and cost, default 30 days, suspended. W. W. Hines - concealed weapons, $5300 and cost, default one year, suspended. Odgen ID.remus et alae-hunt ing out of season-nol pros. Ennis White-concealed weap ons, acquitted. Engene Simmons-retailing, acquitted. Gurtrude Hutman-retailinv, $200 and cost, default 6 months. Eli Jeukins retailing, $500 and cost, default 12 months. Frank Moore-retailing, ac. quitted. Cicero Dillion-retailing, ac quitted. Monroe Delaughter-retailing acquitted. Joe Erwin-retailing, acquitted. Felder Bell-disturbing peace, acquitted. Arthur Dubose - concealed weapon, nol pros. Eugene Corbin-retailing, nol pros. Jim Sage-retailing, acquitted. Willie Kerkell-retailing, - ac quitted. /1\ Deposits Guaranteed Dollar For Dollar., -4-/ 71\ /I\ Deposits in this Bank are guaranteed dollar ý1\ 77 Sfor dollar. Only Bank in this immediate section ;- yet, guaranteed. Perfect protection to depositors. \Deposit in this Bank, then you can go home and A sleep soundly; for you have the protection of: -0*/ Mississippi's Guaranty System E Double Liabilities of Stockholders A Burglar Insurance Employees Insurance 7 S Fire Proof Vault \I/ \I/ Time Burglar Proof Safe 1/ We want your business if you think it is Ssafe with us. Our effort will be to t ryand make your connection with this institution valuable *( and pleasant. CITIZENS BANK columbia, Mississippi. We Still Wanti IYour BusinessZ!O MORE, EVEN, THAN EVER BEFORE,. The same plans and policies continued as* *nearly as possible in running our Store, but owig : to the sudden death of the former manager, N. A. nBU RIS, ,and the consequent confusion in business "following, we will not give away with our Holiday fTrade the articles advertised in this space last week. " I ·-rn--m-mm- * With appreciation of your former patronage,, " and a desire to serve you continuously, we are, * with sincere wishes for a good Christmas and a $ happy and prosperous New Year for each and all of . Sour customers, * Yours to serve, I S. H. BURRIS, Inc. * MRS. S. H. BURRIS, Manager. SPhone No. 10. Franklinton, La. f * Willie Kerkell-retailing, ac quitted. H. H. Bilbo et als-:.illing birds out of season, cost. Joe Dantonio and wife- ra tail ing, acquitted. Mrs. Joe Dantonio-retailing, acquitted. Joe Dantonio-retailing, $500 and cost, default one year; ap pealed. Will McCaleb--retailing, $500 and cost, default one year. Whalen Mullins-assault and battery, $25 and cost, default 60 days. F. J. Benjamin-Embezzlement, nol pros. Notice. No hunting allowed on the land of the undersigned, under penalty of the law. F. B. Bateman, J. L. B:attcnan, H. M. Bateimr J. U. Bateman. D. F. Bateman, R. H. Bateman. Hold Your Cotton. Sir George Parish, the eminent English authority, now the com mercial repaesentative cif Great Britain in this country, knocks out the wild bear talk about Eu glish mills be ruir.ning by the war. He declares instead:i thhat h. expects English cottoni eu:untu tion to be aibout n .'rral, .ia :a English manufacturers are simply waiting to place large `r derý ': they see whether houthern farw ers are fools enougb to give iwxay the crop (on s.ny :f ark- et. S~I,',.l 9' pI!.X .' Li ff ),rn MR 1 .i \ I'('r huntir.g w.ith do' l or gun on land of 0. j4it Moi~a, SAVINGS Have . . You Y 0 U BOUGHT THAT XMAS GIFT? I 3 A Savings Pass Book Is a most appropriate present SWASHINGTON BANK & TRUST CO, 3I Per Cent Paid on Savings. 4 Per Cent Paid on Time Certificateo $1.00 Starts An Account With Us. r: tý~ :, :..rr" f 1ýt~Irt In l a Seftkn or "+: 1 :rtry ? i LAr :r: ·;?-l wi-r* 't toFa itc. r. ylld L "t I " . I rat '1 r yl a VAS IagtyAr d Lo be rcnr 'IC- "' " r~t re ",w,,torr , y- e olQWe'l it 7 )"'A "'.: t_ l!'fVt' -I r . aim *A l I 4 &