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Franklinton, La., Aug. 19.
26th Judicial District Court, of Louisiana, Washington Parish. Estate of Mrs. Lillie L. Magee, deceased wife of It. L. Toney,No. 282. Notice of Application for Let ters of Administration.ll Notice is hereby given that on to Aug. 19, 1916, R. L. Toney filed at in the above entitled court appli- 1r cation for Letters of Adninistra- b, tion on the estate of his deceased caii wife, Lilly L. Mag-e, and unless lit opposition is filed thire to within b ten days as the law directs Let- w ters of Administration II will issue r:i as prayed for. jThis August 19, 1916. di J. Adolph Pierce. V4 Dy. Clerk of Court.0 -- 01 Sheriff Sale.-No. 2813. Washington Bank & Trust Co. of Vs. d John L. Magee. a Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of seizure and sale issued out of the 26th Judicial District Court h of La, in and for Washington Parish in the above entitled cause, and to me directed, I will proceed to sell s at public auction to the last and high- s eat bidder, on 1 Saturday, September 16, 1916 a at the principal front door of the court house at Fran linton, La., between it the legal sale Ifours for judicial sales, v the following described property, to- t wit: Lot No. seven (7), square three (3). of the Town of Franklinton, La. Terms of sale-Cash without benefit of appraisement. This the 9th day of August, 1916 < J. E. Bateman, Sheriff. Sheriff Sale.-No. 2809. Union Bank in Liquidition Vs. Edwin P. Brady. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of an order of seizure 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, September 23, 1916 at the principal front door of the court house at Franklinton, La., between the legal sale hours for judicial sales, the following described property. to wit: Block or square No. 19, except lots Nos. 13. 14 and 15. Blocks or squares Nos. 20, 21, 22. 23, 25, 26, 28. Block or square No. 29, except lots Nos, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17. Block or square No. 30, except lots Nos. 1, 2 and 24. Blocks or squares Nos. 35, 37, 38, 39, 40, 42 and 43, and block or square No. 54, except two acres off the south end. The whole containing 68.50 acres; all in L. B. Pierce addition to the City of Boga lusa. Washington Parish, Louisiana, and being same property acquired of the Union Bank in Liquidation by Act passed before M. W. Ott, Notary Pub lie, on October 19th, 1915. Terms of sale-Cash without benefit of appraisement. This the 16th day of August, 1916. J. E. Bateman, SherifT. Sheriff Sale,-No. 2752. Jos. Cangelosi Company, Ltd. Vs. ,J1(seph D'Antonio. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of a writ of tieri faclas issued out of the 25tt, Judicial District Court of Louisiana, in and for Washington parish, in the above entitled cause and to me directed, I willproceed to sell at public auction to the last and highest bidder, on Saturday, September 9, 1916 at the principal front door of the court $ house at Franklinton, La., between the l3gal sale hours for judicial sales, the following described property, to wit: Lot 34 in block 132, Northwest Bog. aluesa, in the City of. Bogalusa, Wash ington Parish, Louisiana. Terms of sale-Cash with benefit of appraisement. This 81st day of July, 1916. J-E. Bateman, Sheriff. HELLO You people who till the soil or otherwise, you that need repair work of any kind. Horseshoeing, Smithing, wagon, buggy and wheel work of any,kind, prompt ly done and in workman like ma'ner, cash prices, reasonable, satisfaction guaranteed. I want your work and will treat you right. Try me, am located at the old Felber Stand. H. M. Fleming NOT A LUNATIC Rey By L.M.WESTON. "lie is simply crazy, Edna," declared I Irs. Burnett, with conviction. "It is her town talk, and you are very foolish not eat to break off your engagement immedi- us ateiy with a man who sleeps on a hoard, euts nothing but bread and milk to and health foods and retires every night tul before twelve. What kind of a life inl can you expect with such a husband?" I fu: "I dlon't know as those are habits pia likely to harm a wife," returned Edna ea bravely, although her blue eyes filled au with tears; "but as you say, they are th rather queer for a stalwart young man of to adopt." fo: "Queer," sniffed Mrs.'Burnett dis- be dainfully. "I should say 'queer' was a qs very mild word." She rose as she spoke and flounced out of the room, leaving her daughter plunged in painful reflections, at A moment later the portieres at the is other end of the room were softly with- flr drawn and a fine-looking young man ti appeared. Edna looked up with a startled air. a "Jo," she gasped, "how long have you lo been behind those curtains?" gt "Long enough to hear myself called is a lunatic," he replied, his dark eyes e sparkling with merriment. "Your re- 11 spected mother rubbed it in, didn't she? m But I hope you won't take her advice sc and give me my walking ticket." di As he spoke, he bent over the girl to and pressed a fervent kiss on her lips, which was shyly, yet unmistakably, re- E turned. "I can't give you up, Jo," she mur inured affectionately, "but I do wish you would tell me why-why you do t queer things." "And you can't wait any longer?" he 8 queried. "Patience has ceased to be a virtue and you are about ready to break our engagement?" She looked up in his face, and the love and tenderness that shone in his it eyes conqluered her. She shook her c head, saying: "N1, Jo, I love you with e all my heart and I have absolute faith a in you, only-only I want you to know e how hard it is, so you won't make me sa e wait any longer than is absolutely nec- i, L1 essary." ti A triumphant smile lighted his face. o He took her in his arms and, kissing b d her rapturously, said fondly: "My dar- a ling girl, you are not going to wait an- a other hour. I came around today to tell you, but I couldn't resist the temp- p Station to find out if you could or would c 4trust me longer. -Now for the mystery: . A few months ago Harold Flint was spending the evening with my father. C 1 You know the two are old friends, and ; Mr. Flint is my godfather. Well, my I k brother and sister and I were in an- e 6 other room and we began to discuss the old gentleman, and I said that 1 wisihed I lhad half his money. My sis ts ter said shte didn't, if she would have 1 3 to bte old like him, and not able to sleep Id or eat well, or have any real good 7o times. I differed with her and said le that I should be willing to sleep every B. night on a hard board, eat nothing but . bread anwl milk and health foods, aban don evening entertainments and go to bed early for half of Mr. Flint's in come. "Well, to go on with my story, the next day the old man sent for me to meet him at his office, told me he had at overheard our conversation the night a before and was going to cqu my bluff, r so to speak. He said tlat.he was I afraid that I valued money too highly, that it was nothing compared with youth and health, and offered to give I d. ine half of his income, fifty thousand I dollars, if I would live the life of an aged dyspeptic for six months. He told me, though, that as millionaires were r7 always maligned I was to keep our rt contract secret, because the comments on my mode of life would be as disa me greebnle to bear as any other part of to the test. I wanted to make an excep- 1 id tion in your favor, dear, but he said that rich men were always uncertain as to whether the women they loved .rt were sincere or not, consequently he an thought I had better test your love and 5, faith at the same time. I demurred, 1 0- and we finally compromised-I agreed not to explain the situation to you for g- three months. Now, dear, what shall h* I do? Peersonally, I quite agree with the old man now-that youth and it health are far better than wealth still fifty thousand dollars would give us such a splendid start." "I should say so," assented Edna, with a subdued chuckle that finally de veloped into a hearty laugh. At first Jo looked affronted, then his frown gave place to a snimle as he re peated: "Well, dear, what shall I do? Am I silly or sane? Shall I go on or throw over the job?" "Never !" cried Edna, still laughing. "It's a novel but honest way of earn ing money and-three months will soon pass." "I'm not so sure of that," he grum bled, "when one is the laughing stock of town; but-but I'll stick it out if I can be sure of a wedding feast at the end of that time," he added tenta tively. "I guess you mtay be sure of that," she returned, with a rosy hush. "With plenty of indigestible things 1 to eat?" he persisted, "I'll do a lot of the cooking myself, to make certain of that," she answered, 1 with a merry twinkle in her eyes. "Brides are supposed to excel in the art of making heavy biscuit and soggy "I shall never complain of any I thing," he groaned, "after three months more of this hygienic living." · (Copyright, BEAN ANTHRACNOSE, OR POD SPOT DISEASE. Readily Controlled by Use of Home Grown Seed-Plant In Summer and Mature in the Fall. Under Loutsiana conditions, the bean anthracnose, or pod spot dis ease, can be readily controlled by the use of home-grown seed. The fungus A which causes the disease is not able to endure the continued high tempera ture of the summer months. By taR ing advantage of this weakness of the fungus, we can grow seed for home planting that will be free of the dis ease. We can plant the seed in the summer and have the beans mature in the fall. The fall-grown seed is free of the disease and can be used the following spring for the main crop of beans. Not only will it produce beans fr qs early and as good as will northern. pown seed, but it will produce pods free of the anthracnose disease. y We have found that for conditions at Baton Rouge that for a fall crop It is best to plant the seed during the a first two weeks of August. For condi tions in the northern part of the state, the seed should probably be planted it a week earlier; and for conditions be low New Orleans any time during Au gust would probably be satisfactory. It is not advisable to plant the seed Si earlier in the summer as beans will not set pods during the hot summer U months. The seed should be planted so that the flowering period will come - during the cooler weather of early fall, C. W. Edgerton, Experiment Station, Louisiana State University. FALL CROP OF IRISH POTATOES. Sprout Seed Well Before Planting , Plant Small-Sized Tubers, Whole; Otherwise Will Probably Rot. e From the 10th to the 20th of August e is the best time to plant for the fall r crop of Irish potatoes, d pl-nding, on Scourse, on the condition of the soil I and how much the tubers have sprout o ed before planting. Seed potatoes e should be well sprouted before plant 'ing; otherwise they will not have time to mature a crop. SMedium to small-sized tubers should g be used for the fall crop, planting them whole. If cut, the pieces gener ' ally rot without producing a plant. o Potatoes for the fall crop should be d planted deeper than for the spring d crop, so as to get the tubers down into cool soil, where they will push out Sand grow with greater vigor than r. when planted shallow. d About the first of August a crop of ' half-matured cow peas should be turn Sed under deep and the land harrowed Sand reh&.rrowed at intervals until the Smiddle of August or later, when the - planting should be done. G. J. G. Lee, d Louisiana State University. id Sheriff Sale.-No. 2137. at J. Oscar Magee. Vs. to Isaac BRumfield. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of order of seizure and sale, issued ie out of the 26th Judicial Diktrict Court to of Louisiana, in and for Washington id parish, in the above entitled cause it and to me directed. I will proceed to if, sell at public auction to the last and as highest bidder, on y, Saturday, September 28, 1916 tb I at the principal front door of the corr: ye house at Franklinton, La., betw' ( ]d the legal sale hours for judicial saw. , the following described property, to *ld wit: re 120 acres of land situated in parish ur of Washington, state of Louisiana. :ts the same being part of the W. D. a- Smith br., Sec. 40, Tp. 1, s., Range 9, of east, St. Helena meridian, bounded on I the east by lands of Mrs. Lena Stokes, in south by lands of B. M. Booty, west d by lands of fIts. Lena Stokes and he Ollie Brumfield, north by lands of ad Chas. B. Hughes; said land acquire I 1d, by Mortgagor from a man by tlh ed name of Chillott about 40 years ago or Terms of Sale. (aslh with benefit of 11 appr'isement. th This 16th day of Au,:!st, 1916. ad J. E. Jratt iiman. Sheriff. Sheriff Sale.-No. 363. 18, T. 13. Erwin & Sou 15 Vs. Nathan Tullos. Notice la hereby given that by virtue of a writ of fieri fncias, issued out ol of the 26th Judicial District Court ct 0r Lonisiana, in and for Washington Parish, in the above entitled cause, ig, and to me directed. I will proceed to n. sell at public auction to the last and 8u highest bidder, on Saturday, September 2, 1916 1at the princ1Dl front door of the court k house at Franklinton, La, between if Legal sale hours for judicial sales, the at tollowing described property to-wit. ~a- An undivided one-half interest in and to the ne4 of the sel, and the sel of the se0, section 9, township 3, south, range 11, east, St. Helena meridian, gs except all that part of the sea of the I, sea, said section, township and range ~j lying west of the public road, and es. about five acres east of said road in he the aw corner of the nef of the eel gy and the nw corner of the eel of the sel, said section, township and range. l3' Terms of sale: Cash with benefit hi of appraisemeut. Thia the 27th day of Jnly, 1916. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Iiscouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky.-In an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "1 suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, 1 could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that,nothing seemed to do me any good. IP ' "Busy Again" A Soliloquy in l\ Two Paragraphs "That's the third time this morning. I can't wait a moment longer on that fellow. Let me see-what is Smith's number? "If Jones won't provide sufficient telephone facil . ties for his customers, he can't blame me for dealing elsewhere. Operator, give me 437." 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