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Brief Mention of Local and Personal
Happenings of The Week.
FRANKLINTON, LA, FEB. 27, 1913
Bannas all the time at Uncle
Billy's Old Shop.
We want 10,000 sacks.
Robert Babington, Ltd.
The best apples in town at
Uncle Billy's Old Stand.,
W. H. Morse, cashier of the
Tylertown Bank, was i,' town
Dry your meat with Liquid
Smoke, $1.00 per gallon at
Babington's Drug Store.
Wiley Wood of Amite is visit
ing his family and friends here
Franklinton Fruit Store hand
les all kinds of fruits, nuts, cakes
Mr. and Mrs. Ansil Simmons
moved Saturday into the tele
phone exchange house.
We can use a limited quantity
of sound yam potatoes.
Robert Babington, Ltd,
Miss Bessie Ott, who is teach
ing at Clifton, was a week-end
guest of Mrs. M. W. Ott.
Rring us some chickens. Mar
ket is good just now.
Robert Babington, Ltd.
Mrs. Noel Magee of Richard
son, was a guest last week of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Free reading privilege is given
to patrons who occupy the tables
in the refreshment department
of Peoples Drug Co, t1
Quite a crowd of out-of-town
citizens are attending court,
which has been in session here
since Monday. oJ
If Standard Hog Cholera Rem
edv does not give satisfaction D
come back and get your money. bi
Sold by Babingtons Drug Store.
The families of J. E. Wood and
Geo, Nelms exchanged residen- dE
ces last week, and Mr. Nelms is
opening a hotel in the old Wood il
The big opening for the Scott
Greenlaw Hardware Co., will h
take place on Saturday March 1, in
instead of February 22 as at
Mrs. Louis Brown entertained nl
on Sunday afternoon in honor of
Uncle Ab. Pool's 74th. birthday,
having a number of his friends
ln to whom she served cake and
On Saturday evening in the
school auditorium, the faculty
and high school pupils presented 4
a splendid evenings entertain- th
ment which was enjoyed by a
large and specially appreciative
Dr. and Mrs. Donies Magee of
Sunny rHill were here Monday
evening for the "Collegians" a U
Male Qurtette, who furnished L
us an unusually enjoyableanusical
entertainment at the schooln
Magazine readers who reside nil
in the vicinity of Pranklinton of
can secure the same ctubbing
rates through Peoples Brrg
Company as they can any where
else. CAsh need not be paid till n
the magazines begin to arrive.
- The grand worthy matron of of
The Eastern Star, Mrs. Eliz. us
abeth Robinson of Welch, La., to
visited the local lodge Friday ter
evening the chapter having an wi
initiation followed by light' re-As
freshments. Several outof
town guests were in attendance. Ts
Willie Carp has just returned
from visiting a.ll the northern da
markets where he has been
spending some_. time buying M
goods for his three stores pre- C
pa1.toryto openina UD a big C
sPliring stock. Look hiext week
,for the announcement of his r
sorlng j of
Parcels Post System
Is In Use by
Peoples Drug Co., Inc.
C. DOREMUS, Manager.
Out-of-town customers are invited
to mail us their orders for anything
mailable and pay on rece t of same
at their postoffice.
iS. C. Honea of Tylertown, was
in town Tuesday,
Sweetest oranges in town at
Uncle Billy's Old Shop.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wilton
Wood on Wednesday Feb. 12I ii.,f
Mesdames L, H. Magee and
Clotilde Simmons are spending
this week in New Orleans.
T. J. Magee is home from L.
S. U. this week having been
summoned as a court witness.
Mrs. E. A. Ott of Bates, Miss.
and Miss Nell Ott of Mt. Her
man, La., were over night guests
of Mrs. M. W, Ott Thursday.
Now is the time to plant Irish
Potatoes. We have a complete
stock of good seed.
Robert Babington, Ltd.
Stop the tickling in your
throat and hoarseness with
Babington's Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Lippencott I
of Richardson, aue located here
for a few weeks and are domicill
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Walker, where they will
be glad to see their friends,
Daily newspapers, magazines
etc, constantly on sale, and or
ders taken for any publication, i
novels rented, and reading priv
ilege extended by,
Peoples Drug Co.
D. A. Self and family who
have been occupying the Sebill
ing cottage in north Franklinton,
moved last week into the Green
Magee house on Railroad Ave.,
near the depot.
We have the most complete as
sortment of turning plows set
up ready for use on display this e
week that has ever been shown
in this town. Call and see,
Robert Babington, Ltd.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. ih
J. L. Dupuy will rejoice with li
them in the birth of their son,
Lawrence Feltus, which occurred
on February 13th. at St. Francis
ville, their present home, a
M. M. Magee & Co., are now n
rushing work on the Electric w
Light Plant, the dynamo having h
arrived Saturday last and is be. S
ing installed with the greatest d
possible speed, so the electric ti
lights will be turned on Saturday ol
night and we will again be a "city se
of light." P
Miss Ina Garrett arrived
here from Wisconsin Saturday
an'd took charge of the Domestic
Science Department in the High
School. Miss Garrett is a lady
of pleasing personality and un- n
usual attainments and bids fair p
to be a splendid aquisition to our he
teaching force, She is at home of
with Mris. D. N. Magee on Tenth t
NOTICE-Rev. Walter R. w
Tvnes, D. D. will preach at Mt, o0
Hermon Baptist Church. Satur- T
day and Sunday, March 8th, and fa
9th Subjects; Saturday, How si
Much We Owe the Lord and How at
Much We Should Pay to the o0
Cause." Sunday: An Exposi* -b
tion of Christian Free Masonry V
or the Secrets of the Kingdom
Is W. C. Magee of Hlogalusa was
it Get your fruit for deserts at
the Pranklinton Fruit Store,
n : Miss Lucille Magee is one of
., the nlumber of sick this week.
rs.. L. D. Greenlaw is quite
d sis. ;gain with La Grippe,
k Miss Wincie Burris who is
t"',ching at Hurricane, spent the
n Mr. and Mrs. C. Ellis Ott, of
Boralusa were guests of the Cot
;. tar: iHotel this week.
We are offering three Riding
Cultivators that we have at a
e A. B13 Kees and A. J. Black*
bourne of Tylertown. were in
attendtinc', upln) court Tuesday
r and WRdtcnestay.
MUSIC'--Sh.,.t music for
songs and instruiuents, of poDu
lar subjects. On sale by Peoples
l Drug Co., at 10 cents each.
Miss Ada Fulil returned Sun-lI
day from New Orileams. where
she has been for the past two
weeks doing special work in
Al Dahlgren of Mobile, Ala.,
son-in-law of L. C, Joyner, was
in town this week prospecting, l
with a.view to locating here in
the immediate future.
Hon. Harvey Ellis S. Burns, and 1
Ben Miller of Covington, C. Ellis '
of Bogalusa, and Tom Dale of
Columbia are visiting attorneys '
at this weeks session of court. i
We have received the follow
ing cash subscriptions this week. a
Mrs, A. C Williams, Bogalusa, t
S. J. Miley, Pine, Angle Mer- t
cantile Co., Angle, F. J. Adams, I
Bogalusa, W. J, Alford, Ehtown,
W. M. Brooks, Sheridan, R. E. d
Magee, Pine Cliff, Mrs. Ada Bab. a
ington and W. J. Burris, Frank- a
Mr. C. Doremus of Peoples a
DrugCo., is desirous of getting ti
a list of worms whether natives b
of this section of the country or o
not. He offers several prizes, of
which the principal one will be a
handsom photograph album.
Supplementary prizes will be o0
dependent upon the interest u
taken in submitting correct lists
of the varieties of worms. Per
sons residing in Washington 9
Parish, only, may enter this con
Electric Light Notice.
In order that there may be no
missunderstanding or disap*
pointment to our patrons, we
herewith make public statement
of the fact that our plant expects
to use the Masda lamp exclusive
ly, and under no circumstances
will we pull an Edison or any
other lamp except the Mazda.
This insures the greatert satis
faction to patrons and plant and
alsb the Masda lamp can be had
at a liberal discount, so we ask
our patrons to take notice of this
before supplying them'selves
with electric lamps.
Franklinton Electric Light &
"STRONG SAFE SECURE
Capital and Surplus - $ 70,1100.00
Total Assets - . . . 400,000.00
SAFETY AND SECURITY.
This Bank is operated under supervision of State Government officials.
Its business is regulated by STRICT State Banking Laws.
It is examined twice a year by State Bank Examiners.
Its officers are men of clean character and wide banking experience-men
who are thoroughly familiar with local conditions and the needs of
the people generally.
H. B. MAGEE, President
J. S. BROCK JR., Active Vice-President ROBERT BABINGTON, Cashier
FRANK M. BROWN, Vice-President WILEY S. BuRRIs, Asst. Cashier
S. H. BURRIS, Vice-President J. H. DICKINSON, Asst. Cashier
We operate a BRANCH BANK at Hackley, La.
J. H. DICKINSON IN CHAROL.
aL L bL 11 %
Flag Day was observed at the
]High School on Friday last, the
1 event proving highly satisfactory
r in every particular. Every pupil
carried a fag and at the regular
hour for assembling marched in
r to the auditorium where, after
- the opening prayer and a chap
ter read from Proverbs by Bro.
Wilson, patriotic songs were
sung and several good talks were
given. The entire student body
then formed into line and had a
street parade, making quite an
imposing scene, 270 with flags
flying and filling the air with
melody as they in turn sang
Dixie. Star Spangled Banner,
America. A Little Bit of Cloth,
I Is There Any Other Country
Like the U. S. A.? etc,
This ceremony bad quite an
effect upon the people of the
town, who realize more than ever
now just how great an interest
we have in that wonderful school.
The best we have is to be found
daily between 8 and 3:3(.o'clock,
within those walls up there, be.
ing trained and fitted for life by
that band of earnest teachers
who need our sympathy, loyalty
and hearty co-operation in order
to send our boys and girls back
to us well rounded and developed.
Let as rally to our school as the
patriots of old rallied to the Im
mortal Washington and every
day will call for a celebration
within our ranks more profound
and heartfelt even than is inspir.
ed by this glorious 22nd, of
February for it will be to the
makers of future history, and
they our own boys and girls,
and they must be fitted to build
better even than did the Fathers
Save Your Money.
_RoUalne idver Regulator Is Best
an eapest for Constipation, Bil
ouasne Headache, Indigestion. Tin
box to ast about one month, 15 ots.
Money back plan.
Try Solace at Our Expense.
Money Back for any ease of
Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Head
ache that Solace Fails
SOLACE REBMDY s recent medical dis
covery of three German Seientists that dis
solves Uric Acid Crystals and Parlies the
Blood, It is easy to take, and will not affect
tbe weakest stomach.
It is Cuaranteed under the Pure Food and
Drop, aw to be absolutely free ffom opiates I
or harmful drug of any description.
SOLACE is a pre specic in every way and
aa been poved beyond question to be the
surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid
troubles known to medical scince, no matter
how long stadin. It reaches and removes
the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifes '
THB SOACB CO. of Battle Creek are the
sole U. 8, to, sad have thousands of vol
utr t Lf i sl f nletters which have been re
elved frm graoful people Solace has re
stored to keali.h Testfmonlal letters, liters
tare and FREE BOX sent on request.
3. Lee Morris President of the First National h
Bank of Chico, Feas, wrote the Solace Com
pany as follows;
"I want you to rnd a boz of Solace to my
father in MemYphi Ten., for which I enclose
. This remedy besen used by some friends
of mine here and I must say its action was
wondertful. "(Signedj BE. L, Moals,'
Put up in Sc, Mc and P.O0 boxes.
It's mighty ine to be well, and you b
en soon be So by taking Solace. No
speal treatment schemes or fees.
Just Solace alone does the work.
Write today for te free box, etc.
Solaoe Remedy Co., V
Bal Creek, d
The U. S. Government
The Southern Wholesale Grocers Ass'n.
Just now Uncle Sam is busy trying to learn whether or not the
above named Association is a Trust. His object is to eliminate the
"MIDDLEMAN" and bring the manufacturer and consumer closer
Our Congressman, Mr. Louis L. Morgan, is interested in having
passed a bill which will eliminate the "Middleman" °irm:between
the farmer and the 6onsumer of his products.
These together with the Parcels Post, will revolutionize present
business methods, and the merchant who fails to read the signs of
the times and adjusts himself and his business to meet the coming
conditions will soon be a "HAS BEEN."
We have had our cars close to the ground, and heard the rumbling
of the storm that is coming, and prepared for it.
THAT IS WHY WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY!
The daily shipments, we are making to new and old customers
along the lines of the N. O. G. N. and the N. O. & N. E. Railroads is
evidence, that we ARE SAVING the folks money on their require.
ments and helping them materially to solve the vexatious problem
of the HIGH COST OF LIVING.
While our price lists are being made up, we invite you to write
for prices, or you can safely send us your orders accompanied by
the cash. You can't lose. Every article sold, YOUR MONEY
BACK IF NOT SATISFIED. We prefer to have you call in person,
as many are doing, and let as prove that we can save you money.
The secret: LARGE CASH SALES and SMALL PROFITS.
NEUHAUSER BROTHERS, Sidell, La.
Furnishers and Shippers of
Everything for the Home and Farm.
D. C. Wood, of Franklinton
was a Sunday visitor.
G. G. Jones was a visitor to
Messrs. Edwin and Walter
Guidry, of Isabel. were Sunday
Miss Rosa Richardson spent the
week-end in Bogalusa.
Mr. and Mrs. L P. Pierce
were Columbia visitors this week.
Mrs. R. Anderman, of St.
James spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Guidry.
J. I. Waller was a court visitor
E. D. Sheridan, of Bogalusa,
was a business visitor Tuesday.
T. E. Pounds and daughters
were Columbia visitors Sunday.
We are handling the best bread
baked in the state.
Robert Babington, Ltd.
FOI SALE-Reasonable lot op
posit Electric Light Plant. Ad.
dress, J. D. Kerr,
"Fighting Parker" Dies at
Franklinton, La., Feb. 22,-P.
P. Parker, known as "Fighting
Parker," under charge of killing
Norvel Breeland, died last nigt.,
Parker was about 83 years 'f
age. He was a resident of Wash
ington Parish when he joined
the federal forces during the.
war, and subsequently lived her`
under a pension, indifferent to
the prevailing Southern senti
A few months ago he shot and
killed Norvel Breeland, after
having warned him not to put
his foot on his soil. A lane sep
arated Breeland's preperty from
Parker's, but it was customary
to cut across certain portions of
the farm. Breeland passed one
day and received notcie not to
return that way. Breeland re
turned on horseback, and, when
crossing in view of Parker, who
stood on his porch, a load of shot
struck him in the head. Parker
gave himself up. Conveying a
mattress, etc., for jail comforts.
he went to town and surrendered.
A few days ago he was permitted
to leave the jail in custody of
Wyley 8trahan, at whose 1ome
he died last night from the af.
fects of bronchitis.