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week-A Happy Christmas 1920 of
'HC ash Club i
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The Christmas Cash Club is a sensible system of easy saving in thought- is]
ful preparedness for Christmas money needs and is delightfully simple se
Soperation. We extend you a hearty welcome to the membership of this
* club. To enroll it is only necessary that you come in sooN-at once is best- * or
and fill out an enrollment card. At the same time you make your first pay- * c.
ment according to the class you elect to enter. Enrollments will be re- r
ceived only for a limited time, so f o
Join Our 1920 Christmas Cash Club Now ec
We operate the Christmas Cash
* Club at this bank for your benefit to
* aid you in securing for yourself and
others a full measure of Yuletide
happineas. The C. C. C. is the prac
* tical solution of the Christmas money
To be a member of the Christmas
Cash Club costs you nothing. We
charge nothing for stationery or
S To join the Club it is necessary only
* to come into the bank, make out an
enrollment card and make your first
payment in the class or classes you
choose to enter.
You will receive a Record of pay
ment card on which every payment
into the Club you make will be punch
ed. This will be your receipt and
Payments are due the first of each
week and may be made in advance as
far as you like.
Then, two weeks before next
Christmas you'll receive a handsome *
Cash Certificate for the entire amount
you have deposited with the Club.
Even though you should, for any.
reason, discontimnue payments and
drop out of the Club before the end
of the year, you will receive a check *
for the amount you have paid in,at
the time when the Club closes, short
ly before Christmas.
Again we say, there are no fees
and no e4tra expenses. We main
tain a department providing a system *
that makes it enjoyable to save and *
we safeguard your money throughout
the year entirely without charge.
Save a little each week according *
to your income and your holiday *
needs by the happy plan of the C. C.
C. and you'll surprise yourself with
the ease with which you'll produce a
Christmas cash fund.
Neglect to plan ahead and you'll
be short and sorry when shopping
days again come 'round.
SWashington Bank & Trust Company
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A Happy and Prosper
ous New Year
To our customers, one and all, we send
this greeting, which is sincere and heart,
felt. We have watched with real interest
I and gratification, the advantages and uný
usual prosperity of our people thru the
year just passed and we rejoice in the
successes that have come to them. In
whatever way our store has been
Able To Supply Community Needs
we have been happy to serve and we bespeak
for 1920 even a larger supply of the trade we
Shave so much appreciated in the past.
Yours for Good Goods, Better Prices and Best Service.
SjURI6 BROS., Ltd.
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"'ss} ý p o f n
iseconded by G. H. vWhelan, the
bids of G. W. Prutsman for seoc
tglp A and B road from Pearl
fver, io Frankliutoh wa3aooeept
o bid of Bonnerdell and
tyr -section 0 road from
.to tQ Mfissieelppi State
* ed. Carried.
Iy 1J., H. -Cassidy,
=H Whelan, that
. B. Roberts and
as L thL s ed to
Thousand . Dollar road from
Franklinton to Richardson. Car.
On motion by G. M. Tate, sec
onded by Walter Green, the hard
surface road under the supervi
sion of the State Highway De
.partment from Franklinton to
Covington and. Amite joining
Tangipabba Parish at Sharp's
place and the St. Ta'mmany line
where, the Penn road intersects
was granted. Carried. Copy of
ths resolution to be furnished
·+# Tai~h q8.T~
ny Parishes police jury.
On motion by G. M, Tate, seo
onded by Walter Green, that the
hard surface road under the su
pervision of the State Highway
Department from Covington thru
Mt. Hermon to join the Tangipa
Shoa Parish line where the Kent
wood road under the superviti' i
of the State Highway Dtpartmeiit
from Covington through Mt Her
mon to join the Tangipahoa Par
ish line where the Kenitwood inter
sects was granted. Carried.
On motion by G. M. Tate, sec
onded by G. H. Whelan, that
C. S.E. Babington be appointed
road commitieeman to fill the va
cancy caused by the resignation
of D. H. McCreary. Carried.
There appearing no further
business the board stood adjourn
ed to meet at the next regular
ºmeeting time, Friday, January
.J. R. Leslie, President.
SW. E. Banister, Secretary.
Dec. 27th, 1919.
Christmas is over and only a
few remaining holidays before
the year will be forever gone. It
has been one of the dullest Christ
mases I have witnessed, why it
is so I can't tell as every body
seems to be doing well and are in
good health we can not see any
need for depression yet it is here,
0even the young folks looking long
Sfaced and blue. I guees it is in
Every body is trying to catch
0 matrimony in this country, it's
i.imost as bad as the flu was last
year. I suppose it's that that de.
0 presses, they think the "war"
Christmas eve at 1:30 o'clock
6 Lieutenant Stanley Ott, son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ott, of Mt.
Hermon was married to Miss
Marie Denise Foch of New Or
leans, Mr. C. J. Foch, brother of
Sthe bride acted as best man and
Miss Eleanor Ott, sister of. the
!groom was maid of honor. The
- ceremony ' was performed by
- Father Cavanaugh of the aNapo
laen *venue church. After the
cerembnay dinner was served at
I the bride's grandmother's -when
the young couple took the train
to spend a few days, with the
groom's parents at Mt. Hermon.
They left today for Camp Fun
ston in Kansas where Lieutenant
Ott is stationed with the army
where he will remain. Stanley
was a general favorite in this
country and all are sincere in
their congratulations to the happy
Christmas eve in Mt. Hermon,
Mr. Harrison Johnson was mar
ried to Mrs. 1liles, a daughter of
MrI :. Syntha GJoings, both of Mt.
-Hermon. Judge D. D. Ott offici
The (raphaphone which was
given away last Wednesday at
the Brock Mercantile Store, fell
to the fortunate Mr. Bob Riley.
A large crowd was in town to the
presentation of the splendid
musical instrumejnt by this pro
Town of Franklinton, statement for
month of November, 1919:
- GENERAL FUND
Balance on hand from October,
Taxes..................... 4 00
Water rentals.... .......... 102 50
Culvert sold................. 500
'om Waterworks., .............. 33 50
'ai'. Ditching work.............. 182 09
Other street work.......... 2 00
ec- $ 217 59
ard Balance on hand
. December 1, 1)19........ 980 24
)- NIGHT WATCHMAN FUND
to Bal. on hand from October,
fl' 1919.....................$ 3 ;o
p's Dues collected in October..... 114 00
'ete $ 117 70
Paid watchman, 17 days, Oct. 4 di
B salaxice ouh Mn4 DePember 1.$ 8268
Household Heat Applied
SThe IPrfection Oil
A A A Ilittir aks heat
K r t r rh I i nstantly
: I tlU I SIt rtciied,
1r;11 1,1 I f S1 "noedo
liatrnin, oil. (lean,
"'lfr. c)doltrle'ss. Used
111 0 vr 31.000,00
S(ERFECI o i r ;ooo.o
.It all re sdl ar dealen
IL EATER STANDARD OiL Co.
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Many things cannot be found in yo r
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either new or second handed, we will
it for you.
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Our charges in either case will be
Write for our weekly sales bulletin; among the
things listed therein you will find something that you ha
wishing for, and at a bariain.
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It's no longer necessary to go into
details describing the practical m
of the Ford car-everybody knows
about "The Universal Car." H
goes and comes day after day and
after year at an operating expense
small that it's wonderful. This ad
tisement is to urge prospective bu
to place orders without delay. Buy
Ford car when you can get one. W
take good care of your order-get
Ford to you as soon as possible
give the best in "after-service"
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Phone 27. Franklinton, 14
Wotice For Publication.
Department of the Interior.
Proof made under Act June 6, 1912.
U. S. Land Office at Baton Rouge. La.
November 19, 1919.
Notice Is hereby given that Olia
Hart, of Franklinton, La., who, on
March 12, 1915, made Homestead
Entry No. 07488, for Lot Number
Three, /Lot No. 3), Section 32 (33),
Township 1 south, Range 11 East,
St. Helena Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make Three Year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described before Clerk of
Court, at Frankldnton, La., on the 7th
day of January, 1920.
Claimant names as witnesses:
D e Witt Toomer, o Franklinton,
La., R. No.1.
Charley Magee, of Franklinton,
Willis HIart. of
Frank Wilson, of
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