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Sheriff Sale.-No. 2744.
Citizens Bank of Columbia, Vs. Bellamy Lumber Compsny. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of an order of seinure and sale issued out of the 26th Judicial District Court of La., in and for Wash ington Parish, in above entitled cause, and to me directed, I will proceed to sell at public auction to the last and highest bidder, on Saturday, February 12, 1916 at the principal front door of the court house at Franikliniton, La., ut wtees the legal sale hours for judicia! i s, the following described property. to wit: All the inerest of the said Bellamy Lnmbea Co., in the following timber and lands to-wit: In township 1 South, Range 12 East: w4 of swl of section 14; nwt of nwt section 23: net of set and set of net of section 24; swl of net of section 24; s4 of the nwl; net of the swl aud the nw.1 of the set of section 24;nwl of swi; swl of swi, less 9.99 acres tobe described as per records, and 9.97 of the set of swl of section 24; Beginning at nw. corner of said tract and run east 9.51 chains, thence south 10.51 chains, thence west 9.51 chains, thence north 10.51 chains to a point of begini;ng. El of set of se t of section 24, net of net of section 25, set of set of section 25 and nwi of net of section 27. In township 1 South, Range 13 East: wI of nwt section 4; el of nwi section 5; nwa of nwa section 5. as follows: BeginninK at the first mound on the State line, between sections 12 and 13 and retracing old line of survey east 16.88 chains to point of beginning, thence south 12 chains, thence east 15.65 chains, thence north to a stob on State line, thence west along State line to point ofibeglnning, containing 18 acres. Lot 1 or nwl of nwi of section 8; net of section 9; wt of section 16; wI of set of section 17; Lots I and 2 being wt of nwl and 9 acres off the nodtl' side of lot 3 which is the nwt of awl of section 17; net of swt of section 21; and 142 acres in swl of headright 3$ as follows: Beginning at se, corndr of said section,thence n4 degrees went. 82.99 chains, thence south 724 degrees west, parallel with old line 33.63 chains thence north I degree east 6.55 chains. thence south 721 degrees weas, paral 1.1 with old line 7.86 chains, thence South I degree east 39.51 chalun, thence north 724 degrees east 41.41 quains to a point of beginning. '7O acres of land in headright 39, aafoldows: On north and east bound + lid. line of said Headright, on i, th by Pushpatappa creek; Also if not of nwl of headright 41 or a tlon 20. Also all the rights and Interest of the said Bellamy Lumber Company in the timber 'situated on the following lands. to-wit: All timber lying, standing or being on lands in Towrshlp 1 South, Range 18 East.. WI of net and el of nwl of section 4; ai and of sw4 and s4 of s4 of ni swt ol section 5;jnet and swi of set of seotion 5; net of nwt less 4 acres in sw. corner, of section 8, nwt ofset of section 5, less cbltivated field; ni of set of nwt and lot 3 and 2.10 acres on kouth side of net of nit section 6. 20.18 acres in lots 2 and 8 of section 8, as follows: Start at ne. corrner of met nwt, thence south 891 degrees west 11.06 chains to stob near Pop larvllle road, the sonth 79j degrees * ist 11.14 chains, thenae north I de. greb west 21 chains. 75.62 acres in section 8, being all of lot 4 and a part of lot 3 as follows: Start at quarter stob between sections 8 and 17, thence north I degree west 81 chains, thence north 85 degrees west 218.3 chains to headriglht line to point of beginning,'thence 33.90 north on oldline of sw. corner of section 8: 307 acres in David Buchanan head right no 37, as follows: Start at ne. corner c 3aid headright and run swl to norti. line 38.35 chains, thence south 7 L7 chains to corner Of south line of . adright, thence ne. 38.36 chains a' ng so:ith line to se. corner of head: ;ht, thence norte 78.82 chains along e.. t line of iheadright to point beginnihg. N.W.A and nwl of swt section 21; n+ of headright 41) lying east of Monroe Creek; s1 of heaiiright 40. 2.,0 in hýad:ri-ht ,S as ifollows: Be iin at se. corn." of 5c;ticn 8 awl run north t) chd lin2 26,77 clhiuns; thence south 72. tldegrecs w-t 2.86ti cliaiis; thence south 38 :nlilteis cast to point beginning. S.) of lot 2 of section 31, township 1 South, Range 14 East, containing 20,25 acres. S. WV. of sw) of section 16, township 1 south. Range 15 east. Also one circular saw .mill com plete, consisting of wheel and edger, carriage, live rolls, cut-off rig, nig ger steam feed, log stop, and roller engines, tnree, and four boilers, tools furniture, belting etc., ;All of which was made and is now a part and par cel of the land above described, both by the terms of said act and by use and destination. Also all other shaft ing, tools, connections, and machinery of any kind whatever situated upon the said lands or used in connection witb said mill, and also all houses, barnes, and improvements of every kind whatsoever upon said pre.nises. This 3rd day of Jan., 1916. T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. Notice-There will be a meet* ing of the board of directors of T. B. Erwin & Son, Ltd., held at thier oftice on the 11th of Janu arv 1916, to transact any busi ness that may come before them. W. A. Erwin, President. CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Church Rev. J. J. Walker, Pastor g jreachitlg every Sunday al 1I a. min and 7 F' Sunlday School at 9.5 a. m. every Sunday. Prayer meetirg at 7 p. m. Wednesdays. Women's Mlissiouarv Utn' a at 4 p. m. Thars I t15559 H. Y. P. U. at 6 p. in, Sundays. F Sunbeams at 3 p, m. every Sad and 4tk Satur 1 day. Methodist Church 'Rev. J. A. McCormack, Pastor. - Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sunday at II a, Im, and7 p. m. Sunday School at 9.45 weekly. o Prayer meeting and Einwdrth League alter Snating Thursd.ys at 7 p. In, rWoman's Missibanur So 'ety Wedoes. ays at 4 p, m. LODGE DIRECT'RY Masonio-FP. & A. M., no. 101. O. H. Carter, W. M. R. H. Hateman. Secrety, 7 Meetings-First Saturdays at 10 a. m.: third Saturdays at 7.30 p. m. ern Star. Mrs. B. Pierce, W. M. W. M. Wood, W. P. i C. C. Welch, Secretary. Meetings First Fridays at 330 p. m.; third SFridays~sat 7 . m. Woodmnn of the World. W. M. Wood. C. C. f I. L. Pope, Clerk. Tuesday Nights. M. Woodmen CircIs i Mrs. J N. Magee, Guardian. Mrs. Ella Welch, Secretary, I Meetings Second safFourth Tuesday at a p, m. Terms of Court. CIVIL TERMS ' Fourth Monday in February Second Monday in May First Monday in Julv First Monday in December CRIMINAL TEMS Fourth Monday in March Second Monday in November. THE MILLION ARTICLE STORE i M. MARXS COLUM1BIA ROAD tOLA.USA LA. 4 BUILDING MATBRIAL Sash, Doors, Transoms, Brick, Lime, Cement, Paints, Oils, Glass, Lead, Shingles,, i as, oosTandSuplis, Genralk Lmerchndls ) Corrugated and Paper Roofing ,8cycles and Supplies General Merchandiser A Complete Line n t KaSMDTH SUPPLIES and SADDLERY Telephone No. 160 We keep everything fronm a neid toanelephant OUR MOT .1 i ti orit o ias notmlde EXCUJRSION EVERY SUNDAY From Bope Il ttte Bran Statns. To New Orleans Via New Crican Great Nor.hern Railroad. SUNDAY EXCURSION and Week-End Fes.ar Sunday Week From Fare End Fare Tylertown, Miss......$ 2.00 . 4.23 Lexie............ . 2.00 4.09 Warnerton... ..... 1.75 3.85 Clifton.......... 1.50 3.67 Franklinton........... 1.50 3.43 Zona ................ 1.50 3.11 Isabel.............. 1.50 2.84 Rio.................... 1.25 2.59 Week end fares from above points to New Orleans and return, going Saturday or Sunday returning Dion 'ly. aor further particulars callon agents write- M. J. McMahon G. P. A., ew Orleans New Orleans reat Nortlhern Daily Service BETWEEN Franklinton, La. AND New Orleans, La Jackson, Kiss. Columbia, Miss. Tylertown, Miss. Folsom, La. Reduced Round Trip Week-end TickilS OR Sale. PASSENGER SCHEDULE DAILY-EXCEPT SUNDAY North-Bound. South-Bound No. 32-1U:20 a. m. No.31-2:35 p.m. No. 34-7:34 p. m. No. 33-5:36 a. m SUNDAY ONLY No. 38-9:24 p. m. No. 37-6.44 a.m No. 368-11:09 a. min. No.35.4:40 p. m For further information, apply to Ticket Agent, M. .. McMahe':. J. P. A. G. B. AUBURTIN, A.O.P.A., 905 Whitney-Central Bldg. New Orleans, La. Lonur Distance Phone Main 488. Sherift Sale.-Nc 2720. Charles Thomas Va. Fleet W. Broc.k Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of seizure and sale. issued out of the above entitled and nrtmbered cause, to tme directed ano delivered for execution, I will proceed to sell at public auction to the last and high eat bidder on Saturday Jan. 8, 1916. at the principal front door of the court house at Franklinto.m, La., between the legal sale hours fi r judicial sales, the followingdescriLesd property to wit; First--35 acres of land more or less, being in the Erwin Hunt headright, No.56, townshipl, south, range 10, east St. RIlena Meridian. Bound on the north by lbids of J. T. Pierce, east by lands of Jerry W. Smith, said east line being a certain Bayou. south by lands of Banner Lumber Co.. known as the Pope, and west by Bo gue Ohitto. Second-1i acre more or less bound north and east by Rogue C iitto roaid. south by lands of Batncer 1.+ iber (.o. and west by Jerry W. Smut, condi tional line beiag a eertai dreani known as the Big Slash, cont..aing in the aggregat 36 acres n.ure or less; All of said lasd being in headright 56, in township 1, south, range 10 east, as will be shown by reference to the act of sale from Robert Rhodes to Fleet W. Brock executed before M. A. Thig pen, Clerk of Court and ExOfBeio. Not ry Public, dated June 21st, 1912, Terms of sale. Cash with benefit of appraisement. This 30th day of Nov. 1915. T. J. Simmons, Sherif. Take Ti Womea's Toi #A MOL 3 as Holdav Excurson Rates Via To Almost Everywherep Consult T. & P. Ry. Agents for Dates of Sale and Full Particulars Or Write Lil A. D. BELL, GE. P. HUNT EU. Assistat.1 Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Pa.s. I Agt: DA LLI.AS Neuhauser BroS3, Ltd. SLIDELL, LOUg. ANA Sell Direct to the Consumor At Lower Price I Groceries, Flour, Feed, Buggies, Fenc ing, Dynamite, etc. It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I egan to use Cardal, my back and head would i rt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I VW ; hardly able to do any of my housework. After takii:: three bottles of Cardul I began to feel like a new w: nan. I soon gained 3 pounds, aid now, I do all n: r housework, as well as run a bia water mill. 1 wish every sullering woman wx ld give CA R~arI The Woman's To nic a trial I still use Cfdui when I feel little bad, and it always does oe good." Headache, backache, side ache, !ervousness, tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure sigr s of woman ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardul, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in ying Cardu1 for your trouble. It lIas been helping leak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today I, 1 1 Bridging the distance 'twixt you and "anywhere.'" The Bell Telephone, with its 16,00,W00 miles of wire, brings millons of people within earshot of youtroice. Many thousand of them, Rving wtthin fifty or a hundred miles, can be reached for a small toll charge. Are you making use of this vast bridge on your farm, in your home or in your business. There's a profit of time, money or convenience for you in the Bell Telephone if you will use it. Grasp the Opportunity! Call or write thmanager today. CUMBERLAA b TELElPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY ;ýý -I SNQSwrPU Sheriff ale. No. 2711 Notice' is lhiert g ot'n 11*-0-: virtae of A11 order of *ti"iin1 an tija igge e out or Ol 2(t ,iiii t 11: .art of I *'.' .: l , It':: f. " !, far ia t' II t . east by I ,c l l Mi4 iiou on o l IIit ~r' ' II III i iir iia doin g-'. ea+, by h ao' "f A Iht Miller, eolth by c tool of !hirer creek, west by laiid: f ti:'s. itOP'leth Carter, said land is oenp1esi by Wat ter mill, cottoll gilt, grltt nil II, and all other mill tixturis. .\ i of which mta chinery togethir with sal oither im provemieiint ti lre til n:(e iinclu4e4d li the sale with the Iintl. Terws of sale: Cash This '0 day oft D)ec. 1915. T. J. Sun1mouiis, bheritY Sheri IT Sal'-- Nn. 2700. (,teotr'' W. Jatrr~ed. Vs. J. hI McGehee. Notice is hereby given that by tit tue of a writ of fi ri f:ias treel out of the 2titn Judicial District ('Aet of Louiislana, in and for Washii qtot parish, in tlhe above entitled 'ause anid to ie directed, I will proer .dp sell at publich auction to the lat at highest bidto'e,oii Satu riia. *iua. ý, lI 1S at the princil: front door of the eaitp housa at Franiklintlonl, 1.2.. hettween the legal sale honir4 for ji.tl:cial sial. the toilowitg deswrih.d 'rnprorty.bi wit: First:- Lots 6 and 10. square P, Bogalusa Teraate, aciquirted J. Its McGeehee (f oBagabisa Lai.d & I1* provement (Co., October 15th 1913, s per deed of record in ('enveyana Book 22, page 625, of the conveyseu records of Washington Parish La. Sicond:- Lots 15 & 16, square 1$, Bogalusa Trrraee, acquired by J. Ira McGehiee of Bogilust Lund & Im proveiient ('o., as per deed dated Oct. ;rd 1: a" per title of ireard in Cotn veysece lhook 22, Page 624 of thil Ceaeyance records of Was:hintiiA Parish, La. Third:- Lots 7 & R, block 2, of the Stephen E. Richardson. First Addetiea to Bogalusa, La., acquired by J. Ira. McGeehee of Mrs. P. A. Tate, wife f M. B. Tate and Lt. L. 1Barrie by deet dated Sept 9th, 1913 of record of Con voyance Book 22, page 628 in the Conveyance Records of Washington Parish, Louisiana. Terms of sale-Cash with benefit of appraisement. This 22nd day of November, 1915. T. J. Simmons, Sheriff. Sheriff Sale.-No. 2718. Eveiider M. Williams Vs. Sol Dacue, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of seizure and sale issued out of the 26th Judicial District Court of La, in and for Washinitoin Parish, in the above entitled catute, and to me directed, I will piteed to sell at public auction to the laht and high est bidder, on Suturdt'y, .anuJrlti7 I5, 1316 at the principal front lcorm of the court house at I4'risnkiintin, La., between the legal stle hours oir ij licial sales, the ',itot)wi (t SeRi c·C perty, to* wit: Five acres in thl *od,,t s t quarter of northeast qual lter, 9'tt , 34, town ship : soutli, ranii 13 eatl It. Heslene meridian, describoi as ftolows to-wit: Beginning at the N ortw ast dbrner of the Northwest quart 'r of the Northeast quarter, sectiot. 34, town ship three South, raimge :J east, and running west to qunlz itI t Jr O chains to in ~ds pre v·iour; ly aclatl ii. lb. loor thence South paralio wit . cast quar ter section line down I:o of land sold to Mt. .Moore, (i chat s; thence east 10 cha;iiis to quairlr o cttiCi line; thence north oni quattat 1' ··''tion linO 6 clhains to a potinit ot ih' ,i :ui:ig. Ac quired by TIomas Sol [)twiis of E. M. Wtilliaims, PPCc lid) 2, ti, as per deed of rectrd in .Inri.. . book 8, page 321. Terms of sale-Cash ith beneft of ayprais.enI.1IL. This 8th day of Ire·., I d '' 'V. ! ; ·! Dr.. . V DENTIS Over S. H. Burris Your patronage wtill app)reciated. Franklinton. : Loi Jýýýin I --O nie 1tOr~i ", on (' +t, . Fo .