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Its Symptoms and Cure.
Spasmodic Colic is indicated by abdominal pains, the
animal, scraping with his fore feet, shifts about, crouches,
puts his nose to the flanks, lies down, breathes heavily and
sometimes rolls upon the ground. When the first paroxysm
is over he usually looks for more food. In aggravated forms
the attacks are frequent and increase in severity, causing the
animal to dash wildly abiut in great pain; its eyes are blood
, shot and staring, nostrils dilated, together with other violent
symptoms. These continued pains greatly weaken the ani
mal, paralysis of the bowels sometines sets in and the animal
soon dies. The immediate uss of Emmett's Specific, a tea
spoonful on the tongue every ten or fifteen minutes will re
lieve your animal at once.
IDEAL DRUG STORE
WILEY M. WOOD, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA.
ggi- Mention of Local and Personal
Happenings of The Week.
krintkllnton, La., Oct. 10, 1918.
IHEN YOU SUFFER
Almost any man will tell you
that Sloan's Liniment
For practically every man has used
t who has suffered from rheumatic
sdw, soreness of muscles, stiffness of
Dint, the results of weather exposure.
Women, too, by the hundreds of
ds, use it for relieving neuritis,
backs, neuralgia, sick headache.
refreshing, soothing, economical,
effective. Say "~Sloan's Lini.
' to your druggist. Get it today.
B. Renard spent Monday in
e at the Boston Store and
will pay you cash for your
The Babington Store, Inc
Magee and W. F. Sim
went to Mandeville the
the week to get new cars
fall line of Serges, Plads
ilks have arrived and are
for your inspection.
The Boston Store.
Hortense Wiggins, who
ken ill with influenza Fri.
'hile at her work, came
,Sunday and has been con
to her bed all the week.
u need woven wire fence,.
W, as we have some bar
,prices to offer for a short
Sizes 26 in. and 32 in.
Babington Store, Inc,
.Ethel Foil Seal, who has
f irseveral weeks at the
o her parents, Mr. and
. V. Foil, is rejoicing over
tb Friday of a fine son,
otber and son are both
new one-ton Ford trucks.
priced one-ton truck on
ket Rear wheels are
Swith solid rubber tires
_pecial rear axle device
s them to the thinking
Call to see them.
otor Sales & Service Co.
' Ruchie Alexander of
d, an expert cold drink
r and experiencen dru,
been employed by the
R Co. and is giving
,satisfaction in her new
t employer and custom
Miss Ophelia Pope spent the
week-end with Bogalusa friends
Dr. and Mrs. Claude Sevy ol
Covington, were week-end guests
of Mrs. W. J. Burris.
Mrs. B. E. Bickham and young
son, Benton Jr., visited Tyler
town relatives thru the week-end
The Boston Store-headquar.
ters for Ladies' and Children's
ready-to-wear-l] atest styles and
Mrs. L. B. Renard and little
Hildah returned Sunday night
from a visit with Mrs. I. J.
Green and Mrs. Terrogrossa of
A new line of Ladies' Skirts
and Waists of the most attract
ive designs is arriving at the
Boston Store every day from
Rev. H. W. May, Presiding
Elder of this district, will preach
Sunday morning and evening.
October 13th, in the Methodist
church. The last quarterly ion.
ference of this year will be held
with the church here' during
Bro. May's visit.
We have just received from the
mills a case of dark colored flan.
nels, so hurry and get your
share' as it won't last long.
The Boston Store.
P. E. and Ed Greenlaw, agents
for Duplex Trucks, are off on a
ten days' tour thru the Eastern
section of Mississippi demonstra
ting the Duplex, preparatory to
opening up what gives promise
of a hustling fall trade. They are
accompanied on their tour by
Malcolm Magee, who is now one
of thte shop force of the Motor
Sales and Service Co.
Our department of men's and
boys' clothing, such as men's
suits, overcoats, pants and single
coals and boys' suits, short pants
in all sizes, all grades, although
scarce all over the country, and
hard to purchase, we still have a
good line on hand, so we invite
you to come in and look our
stock over before purchasing
elsewhere. We know you will
be satisfied with our selection
and prices. The Boston Store.
Hon.John R. Wood' and daughter
Mrs. H. C. Bell, with whom he
makes his home in Amite, ar
rived in Franklinton Friday for
a lengthy visit with his numer
ous relatives of the parish. This
is the first visit 'Uncle John' has
been able to make back home
since the paralytic stroke he
suffered some two and one-half
years ago and from which he
has been nearly helpless since:
He is looking well now and is
enjoying to the utmost this
meeting with his old friends.
The Merchants' Grocery and
Grain Company offer the follow
ing special prizes at the fair:
Best assortment canned vege
tables, one dozen quart Economy
Beat assortment canned fruit,
one dozen wide mouth Kerr jars.
Beat variety canned goode, one
dloea aart EQonomy Jcre.
FRED MAGEE'S GROCERY
(Next Door to City Market.)
Staple and Fancy Groceries
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
Mrs. Vera Mizell, Mgr.
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Shel
don Erwin on Sept. 12th, a son.
"Steward Products" are good.
We sell them.-Motor Sales &
Service Co., Ltd.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kerr and
children of Covington were
guests Friday of Mesdames Rob.
ert Babington and. W. S. Burris.
. We have on hand a complete
line of Ladies', Misses, and Chil
dren's Sweaters and Knit Goods
in all grades and prices.-The
The fourth quarterly confer
ence will be held witl the Fisher
ch! urcihf on S Lturd ,y, Oct,,ober 12.
R iv. Ii W. May, Presiding Elder
of the iHaton Rouge District, will
preach at 11 a. m.
F. N. Sweeney, Pastor.
When you think of buying any
Shoes, you always think of the
Boston Sti,re, the store that
handles a complete line for men,
wome:n ;and children.
Mrs. W. .1J [urris entertained
a few frionds informally Satur
day evening, in honor of her
visitors, Dr. and Mrs. Sevy of
Covington. Refreshments were
J. M. Love who has had charge
of the Scott-Lve Mercantile Co.
for several weeks past, will be
joined here about the 12th of
this month ny Mrs. Love and
their six year old son, also M rs.
Love's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
8. K. C',zine, who will all be per
manent residents of Franklinton.
Residents of the kind which we
are always glad to welcome.
New Bank Assistant.
A. E. Hood, who has had charge
of the McCreary Lumber Co.
offices for several years past,
resigned that work last week to I
take a position with the Washing
ton Bank and Trust Co.
Mr. Hood is a well known and
experienced business man and
his addition to the bank's force
is more than gratifying to the
customers and will be sure to
win new business for the bank.
After the summer's recess,
court convened Monday for the
regular October civilterm. Only
one suit was disposed of, Delilah
Johnson 'vs. N. O. G. N. R. R.,
judgment in favor of defendant.
A few misdemeanors were tried
Wednesday, after which court
adjourned, the Judge and District
Attorney leaving ihursday for
Covington to meet with the St.
Tammany grand jury.
Police Jury Holds
Two Days' Session
The Police Jury, besides the
numerous small matters claiming
their attention had to call for an
extra day to dispose of the heavy
business connected with the bond
issue for good roads and also the
parish revenue. A 60 per cent
basis for taxation was finally de
cided on as the least possible to
meet the increased cost of financ
ing the parish.
The business was too extended
for the clerk to furnish copy of
the proceedings fbr this issue.
He also serves who stays and
J. B. Chandler Kills Deer.
On a hunting expedition in
Washington and St. Tammany
Parishes last week, J. B. Chand
ler killed a fine d er which he
brought here and gene: usly dis
tributed among his Franklinton
friends. The venison w:!s as ten.
der as chicken and thoroughly
delicious and many of th!e people
here who had never tasted venison
got to enjoy this treat from Mr.
MIr. and Mrs. Chandler were
here for the week with Mr. W. J.
and 1liss Myrtle Brumfield and
during their visit Dr. and Mrs.
Jake Brumfield of Bogalusa
came over for a day with the
Change Of I)ate,
Hon L. E. Thomas, who was
billed for a Liberty Loan speech
at the Parish Fair on October 16,
will not appear till Thursday, Oct
ober 17. Time your visit so you
will be sure to hear this address,
given by one of Louisiana's most
eloquent and forceful orators.
ARMY Y. M. C. A. CHIEF
WILMAN E. ADAMS,
Executive Secretary, Army Y. M. C, A,
Direction of all Army Y. M. O. A.
activities in the entire Southern De.
)artment is the large responsibility
riven to Wilman E. Adams, Executive
seeretary, by the National War Work
Douncil early in the development of
~he extensive program of the Y. M. C.
L In its efforts on behalf of the sol
Mr. Adams is the adminstrative
head of the territory made up of
'exas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Loulsi.
mna, New Mexico, and Arizona, in
rhich is located a large per cent of
he army camps of the entire country.
Jnder his administration the opera
:ions of the Army Y. M. C. A have
rown until there is now in opera.
ion, or in process of construction, one
. M. C. A. building for every 3,500 sol
lers located in these Southwestern
tates. When it is remembered that
~here are several hundred thousand
oldiers in training in the . Southern
)epartment camps, including Camp
•ravls, Camp Pike, Camp Bowie, Camp
cArthur, Camp Cody, Camp Doni.
han, Fort Sill, Camp Beauregard,
3elly Field, and the other great flying
ields of the department, it will be un.
lerstood that Mr. Adams occupies a
osition of similar importance to that
> a Major General.
In addition to the camp activities of
he Army Y. M, C. A. directed by Mr.
Adams and efficiently executed by his
irmy of men in the uniform of the Red
triangle, the Southern Departmient
frecutive secretary has unmer his
upervislon the Army Y. M. C. &A. ac
ivities along the entire Mexican bor
ler, from Brownsville, Texas, to Yuma,
Irizona, where many Y. M. C. A. sta
ions are located, and where a fleet of
!lghteen auto trucks take to the sol
lers in isolated places the comforts
nd pleasures of the Y. M. O. A.
Mr, Adams is one of the pioneers
>f the Army Y. M. C. A. movement.
:e was actively identified with the
Lrmy "Y" work with the trQgp~ pa
he border and tn Mlkica
Canning Demonstrator At
An expert lady demonstrator
;ill take three days of the Fair
;o show the successful use of the
Kerr self-sealing jars. These jars
san be proven to be absolutely
lependable when properly hand
led for canning fresh fruits and
vegatables. All house-keepers
are urged to attend this demon
stration some time during the
A man who won't lend is the
School Supplies I
and School Books
Anticipating the wants of the School Children,
we have 5,000 School Tablets in stock, purchased :
before the advance, and a large and varied supply of :
Composition Books Fountain Pens
Note Books Pens and Penholders
Drawing Tablets Pencils
Rulers Pens Colored Pencils "
Inks of All Kinds
Save money by having your Children buy
their School Supplies at
i Babington's Drug Store, Inc.
Agency Pogalusa Steam Laundry.
Agnc 'gaus sea Lunr.. .
We are selling our stock at a very low margin
and would be glad to have you call and inspect our
goods and satisfy yourselves of the splendid bar
gains to be had in standard merchandise.
Not Shopworn or Inferior
Simply we have BOUGHT for CASH and will
SELL for CASH and save our customers the differ
ence of an extra bookkeeper in the office.
We Offer Cheap
Good Mowing Machines, Rakes, Corn Planters,
Cultivators, Horse Collars and Trace Chaius.
Big Lot of Syrup Cans
'Shoes. Hats, Coats and Pants
Full Line of Dry Goods and Notions
4 stock of Groceries always Fresh and complete
Ask For' Prices.
YOUR CAR :
Should have Good Brakes, the *
Motor should Run Smooth. $
It should be Clean, and all
Bearings Well Greased---then *
when you are driving you will :
"WE WILL DO OUR BEST.,'
Motor Sales & Service Co. :
PULP WOOD WANTED
The Great Southern Lumber Company is in
the market for a large amount of Pulp Wood ,
to be loaded on cars at the various loading
points on the New Orleans Great Northern
Railroad. On the main line as far North as
Rockport, and as far Squth as North Slidell, and
at any point on the route on the Bogue Chitto
and Shore Line branches of the railroad.
They also wish to employ men with teams
to get out pulp and fuel wood at their logging
camps. For full particulars write, wire or tele
phone J. H. Cassidy, Logging Superintendent.
Great Southern Lumber Co.,