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2J Brief Mention of Local and Personal S Happenings of The Week. i FRANKLTNTON, LA., DEC. 17, '14 "Keep the Town Clean!" J. E. Sturdivant, of Zons spent Saturday here. D.R.Johnsonis on the sickC list this week. R, S. Cottongim of Poplarville, r was a week-end visitor. John Ulmer spent several days in Covington last week. a Call at Babington's Drug Store e Inc., to buy your Xmas gifts. a 0 District Attorney J: Vol Brock is attending court in Covington this week. P. B. Carter and M. W. Ott d attended the Court of Appealss in Covington last week. o AIton Magee of Varnado came V over Friday to attend the funeral of his cousin, Newton Burris. I Mrs. S. M. Gage, after a short t visit with relatives here, left s Friday for her home in Memphis, d Tenn. t Vera and Annie Mae Whitman are spending this week in Zona, with their aunt, Mrs. Fred I Smith. I K, I. Bean, Wm. Willoughby and Ollie Magee of Bogaluss, at tended the funeralof Newton A. Burris on Friday last. t Mrs. W. I. Daniel and little Gladys of Angie, spent several days here last week with rela tives, returning home Saturday afternoon. C It will pay you to go to T. , . f Erwin & Son's Ltd., before mak- I uing any purchases of Holiday f Goods, as they have the goods and the prices are right. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bulloch of Covington, and Dr. and Mrs. Hezzie.Bulloch, of Folsom, were here Friday to attend the funer- t al of Newton Burris. For Sale or Exchange-One ' Smith-Premruier Typewriter-in ii perfect condition; will sell cheap for cash or exchange for farm t produce. Wm. P. Minckler. a Mrs. Dorcas Self left Friday t for Mt. Point neighborhood, where she went to attend the e birthday celebration of Mrs. l Louisa Bankston, returning C home Sunday afternoon. I A Kodak is a camera but a camera is not a kodak. A Kodak is the thorough-bred of the camera world. Get one at Babington's Drug Store, Inc. 1 Died-On Thursday last, by the accidental discharge of a gun, Newton A. Burris, was shot and jnstantly killed. 'The funeral services were held in th e Math dizit church Friday at 2:30 p. m., Rev. J. J. Walker preaching the funeral. Interment in the Ellis Cemetary. It is with deeper regret than we can properly express, that we give up as residents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kerr and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Cahs. Ketcham and baby Ethel. These two families moved here a little more theat two years ago working in the timber and mill business and while it was understood at at first that their residence among as would be short, be ing determined of necessity by the duration of the tim ber, yet they have during their stay so endeared them. selves to the peoole of the town that we are very loth indeed to give them up. Mr. and Mrs. Kerr. o to New Orleans, while, Mr.and Mrs. Ketchaum go to Jackson, Miss., and they are followed into their new homes by good wishes and sincere in tereat of their many friends here who also hope to see then keep Franklintoa warm in their hearts by at ioa vi 1InO~brY ~U* "Have Your Paid It Yet!" meaning your POLL TAX. r Mrs. Pink Parker of Isabel, was a visitor here Saturday. G. W. Goodbee spent two days in Angie last week looking after al bnusiness interests. Cure your meat with Liquid Smoke. Babington's Drug Store, Inc. 3 Robert Burris, of Tylertown, ni came Friday to attend th tofu- P I neral of Newton A. Bu rris and in remained over thru Sunday with his parents. I We have our 1915 calendars m and would be pleased to have qi everybody who has not been it given one already to call and get bi one.-Ideal Drug Store. S Court was in session only three days of last week, since tl 'by working day and night the docket was clcered by midnight o01 Wednesday. Full proceeding; tu of misdemeanors found else- ty where in our cIolumns H ILost-One white crome.'t di shawl, old relic and value;l ye ry fe highly on that account. Lost or " streets of Franklinton on Tiursdb' day last. Reasonable Reward m to finder. er Era-Leader Office. at pi Mrs. Whitman received a mes i sage Monday morning announec-o ing the death of her father, Mr, at Smith, at Lumberton. Miss. Str; with little Grace, left on the p afternoon train to attend the fu - neral and bill be'gone the rest of A this week. ft Rev. J. A. McCormack attend- of ed the Louisiana Conference at 01ol Shreveport last week. To the d delight of his whole congrega- w tion and his many other warm h friends here, Bro, McCormack w was returned to the charge here ft for the next year. so Go to Brwin's store for your C Xmas Presents. Complete lines D suitablefor all. They have fire- H works, fruits, nuts, candies, wagons and many different little T things to make the little peoples' hearts glad. All goods priced i' very low. -.See them before buy- 13 iog. T ci Christmas is almost here and the complete and attractive line of Cbristmas goods on display at the yarious stores will give op- L porbunity for all to supply their entire list of friends with appro priate gifts without the necessity of ordering anything from out of town· merchants. Prices to suit all too, ranging from a pen ny upward to any amount you a :wish to invest. Paid up subscriptions just a now are especially arpreciated in as the demands of tbe winter t are rabher urgen at toresent. 8 Among those sending in sub- a scriptions this week ame, Robert c 1 Babington, A. P. Jrhtnsmn, J1. E f Babeman, '. C. Pool, W. e. Var- c nado, R. E. Adams, A H.Adams, t Mrs. Miriam Pool, W. A. Cor- t Ikern, Messrt. Knight and Bal- t loch, 8. S. Morris, F. E. Alford, i A. C. Coyne, B. .f, Wilhams, A. ' C. Bickhau and Annie Reeves. t -I Franklinton, Ba., Dec. 15.- 1 Sealed bids wjll be received by ' 1 Prof. C. A. Mathews, Rio, La., 1 t until 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, I s Jad. J8, 1915. for the building of 1 la school house at Rio, All bids I s tobeinaccordance with plans t and specifications on file with c Prof. Mathews. All bidders - will be required to deposit with 1 v the Parish School Board, a cer - tified check for ten per cent of g the amount of their bid. The 1 i. board reserves the right to' re D ject any and all bids. ot D. H. Stringfeld, Sec'y. Notice. e The annual meeting of the as stockholders of the Washington '- Bank & Trust Co. will be held s on Monday, January 4, 1911, at in 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose ir of electing oficers foi the coming 8*1'XblIsVmb TLRrst Mrs. M. W. Ott. had as dinner bE ýnestn", -"in'laV: 'itics Mac- M Neal, Sarninuel, M'-Micheal and W r;illiamsoýn. hr Your Stationery speaks for you. Our Symphonir Lawn IuxI always makes an appropriate Ioresent. Babington's Drug Store; Inc. M W. J. Dunn left Thursday for Iaton Rouge to attend the an- S nual meeting of the High School Principals of the state, return ine home on Sunday morning. He tS If we havn't the Xmas present S, ln stock that you want, we can J. make special order for same at1 quite a saving to you and secure it in three or four days. See us 1 before buying.-l-Ideal Drug Store. t ha The "Ton Thlumb Wedding" at W the auditorium Tuesday night, es ..as a delightful event amunsing y0 old and young alike. The cos tumes worn by the wedding par ty were furnished by Mi s iltz.l Hailey, if South Dakota. wi ni, as di rector oft affirs, had comn' a (ff few days ago to d'ill tli, lifty tlh Add little ores whvo ,ctd thie he happy pmrts. Arrayed in gar- lay ments, quaint in style,emnbellish- re ed with attractive adornments, o8 and to the rhythmic strains (if a piano march the bridal party en tered the stage under directiin of the ushers, Donovan Minckler and Gor:lan Goodbee Jr., who in' swallow-tailed coats, did their u parts excellently well in assign- dc ing seats to the invited guests. Among these were relatives, friends, schoolmates and chums b of the "Mr. and Mrs. Thum," at others represented more or less ar distinguished personages. None m were young .r than two and one- t half years of age and the oldest 0' was probably, not over ten. The n father of the bride was 'epre sented by Master John Mc Cormack; the grand-parents, ap Darently aged and cripplidt. were Hal Simnmons and Helen Bilbo, C Willie Ilood and Lillian Godbee. i The minister was Robert Brock wni who, with dignity andsolemnity, nt' in his ministerial frock,amusing- I ly performed the ceremony.I hi The bridal party, proper, wats ci composed of Bennie Miller Mc- u Dougal as bride-groom; Nellie May McCormack, bride; Clyde , Bickhafn as best man, Minnie ' Lee Thignen as bride's maid; c' Verne Richardson, James Hood, F Mildred Coyne, Dorothy Green- n law, Ruby Burkhalter and Atha lea Sheridan as flower girls; and r( Odgen Caldwell Doremus, Jr., as C ring bearer; The guests as well lt as the audience, were entertain ed, while awaiting the appear- o ance of the'contracting parties,' L by Hal Simmons, Lillian Good- si bee, Willie Hood. Eleanor Dunn. q - Mami Brock and Nelie BurnstI w-ibh songs appropriate to thI Socasion. The litt~l tots all per- I f'iramed their ort3 sr'rs v ry ig - degrees of innocent d thr-'ace; - their lsck of reciveness, and their una snmed mannerisms tickled the audience to many ont ti , bursts of applause and laughter. c The nhptial ljnot having been Ii . tied and the many little guests 1 - having greeted the bridal pair lI with profusions of kisses and handshakings to the more or a less embarrassment of the re ; cipients of congratulations a Ut grateful rest came when ice " eream was served. ii The afair ended haijpily. and ~ Miss Bailv expressed her thanks , to those who had assistel her 1 and to the audience for its pres- , , ence on such a cold night. Forty c e per cent of the proceeds were I ,. turned over to the treasurer of r the Waverly Club for use in pub- J r. lie improvements. II Coat Lost. L One tn colored raincoat lost e between Ideal Drug Store and g n LAyton Bankston's residence. d The fnder rewarded by return it ing same to office of 'Era-Leader. ag The meeting of the Waverloy l has been rgbme4 be Saturday, .Jan. ', A 1. ww-' M rs. IT. . llr '}r ; .sic, L rat ~Viilla ý ) i ý*,l I* ~ra*:'i At, t On Nov. 21 t. at ti, hlomne of Mr. and Mrs. _ntus Wood, Mr. Marvin Fussell and Miss Evie Sylvest were m rriei by Rev. J. IJ. Walker. A On Nov. 25th, at the hrnoe of Hon. Mr. Seals, Mr. Jamwis J. Suinmnonds and Miss Vdlma Baughman were married by J. J. Walker. On Sunday afternoon at the home of the brid`'s father, W. J. Burkhalter, Mr. Homer \W. Wall ters and Miss Willie Ella Burk halter were 1married by J. .J. Walker. May our Father's rich- I est blessirigs attend all §liLese . young peolple thru life's voyae. Bir4d I)og Lost. One Gordoln -twte r h. cd (fernalº') hl tak With !, r)- ui 'l'r thiroat and chest. St rav.i from hame in Franfi ititon uonT'iiiut ii:ty last. Informationu l-ad g to her recovery riwa ,;:( , C A; office-Era- Leatder. Card of Than ks. To the many fHiends who were so Rymphatlhetic and lholdul to us in thl accident and sudden death of my son, Nnv .etn A. Burris, 1 feel de, '.pl: grateful. Everything was done that could be to soften the blow and allevi ate the sorrow of our great lnoss and in behalf of my chill ien an:, myself 1 take this Imeanls oi thanking all and cx r 'siung the( greatest apll',rrii(no t E+ "l many kindL.:- -es s,:okvr us. Mrs. S. H. Burris. ('aril of Thanks. The mum libe e Wtav.omdv Club, l(under 0. f ( nsP ica s tpl ."Iom Th'm1'thngi ',Ve rig" V:t' staged Tut-so y:y !igt take ths in thod to mexirss their than ks to thtie audience far its attend Sance; to the Ia ly members who "I helped; to NMr. W. .J. Duinn, prin cipal of the hIIuth school, for the use of the iditorium; to the Messrs. Iddo Carson and Pnrsel! Smith for atteonon to comforts " within the mull; to Miss Sarah e Williamson for her piano ac ; compauiments; to Messrs. Fred Frey, Howard Richardson, Ar nold Simm'mns and W. P. Minek ler as )11Sher.s a 'id ticket men; to Miss Ellen Babi igton for se; rng 1 reserved ticket '; w Mr. andl Mrs. s C. Dorermus for their efforts in I special work; to the part-imts of the children, who cont.ibuted largely to the amusing si ecess of the aff:iir; and to the Era ' Leader for giving putlicitv to a . social eventl that has cmntrbutedc quite appreciably to the fund.s o: the civic Ieagtue (ii~ sion of the I Waverly Club. Sheriff Sale-: o. 2 . Vw. 11 J. P. aF. b Notice is hereby given that by vir b tue of an order of seizure and sale, is- F sued out of the 26th. Judicial Distri't I * Court of Louisiana, in arid for Wash n Ington Parish, in the above entitledF csuse, and to me directed, I will pro ceed to sel! at public auction to the r last and highest bidder, on d Saturday, January 23, 1915 r at the principal front door of the court house at Franklinton. La., between the legal sale hours for judicial sales, a the following described property to wit h. b~lP~~h -ad nTwsis2 All the pine timber on the follow ing described lands in Townships 2 d and 3, south, Range 11 east, in Wash ington Parish, Louisiana. to be cut [S within 20 years from September 5th, .r 1903, to-wit: The nwi of net, the swi of net, the 5 wi of the set and the set of the sw4 iy of Section 29, Twp. 2 south, range 11 east; the nwt of the net lot No. 1, 14 *e acres in lot No. 4, and the net of the Ii nwt, Section 32, Twp. 2, south, Range b 11 east; all that part of the Wiliam Simmons hr. No. 39 cast from the west swamp line of Lawrence creek, In Section or Hr. No. 39, Twp. 2, south, Range 11 east; all of fractional Section 6, and all that part of the Simmons Hr. No. 50 extending east from the west swamp ilne of'Law renee Creek in Section 6, Twp. 3, Id south, Range 11 east; the swt and the ilwj of the set of Section 8, Twp. 3. south, Range 11 east; the n& o the 1- swt; the swt of the swj; the e6 of the re of the nwt (lot 3) and lot 1, section 6, Twp. 3, south, Range 11 east. Terms of sale-Cash without benefit Y of appraisement. This 16thhsy~~ e Y. J. a~ai~ sai*f. Photo Supplies EWe are agents for"' "ANSCO" Cameras and Films. Guar'anteedl to give you the very best results in Amateur and High Class Photography. Films adapted to use of Eastman Kadaks. Come in and see our line before purchasin1. Guaranteed Jewelry and Family Remedies : &!d. Prescriptions accurately compounded, day ur night. The Ideal Drug Store Free Delivery. Phone ý I r 17 OUR , SOULE COLLEGE J NEW ORLEANS. LA. 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