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The Health Resort
OF THE TOWN.
The most popular health resort of any town is the Drug
When other means fail, you can call on your druggist.
And he always responds.
When you get a prescription from your doctor, bring
it to us.
It is safe here.
We fill it exactly as it calls for, as your health is our
We never substitute and never use inferior medicines.
:: That's why we have so many customers,
IDEAL DRUG STORE
A.'-. HOOD, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA.
lief Mention of Local and Personal
Happenings of The Week.
rklinton, La., July 31, 1919.
Born--To Mr. and Mrs. Fleet t
oughby on Sunday July 20th
sWiley M. Wood and Henry f
unaway of Bogalusa spent
.For Sale-Two young Pony
A. D. Wood,
Mrs. P. B. Carter is visiting
-daughters Mesdames Rich-.
and Magee isi Bogalusa.
and Mrs. Otto Burris of
ick, Miss., are elated over
advent into their home of a
A complete new stock of Elec
e Bulbs, for every purpose, at
ow prices.-Motor Sales & Ser
ice Co., Inc.
Miss Wincie Burris returned
t week from a fortnight's
*sit with Mr. and Mrs. Otto
urns at Pickwick, Miss.
Otto Burris of Pickwick, Robt.
urnis of ogalusa and Nathan
urris of Poplarville, attended
funeral of their uncle, B, B.
is on Monday.
. Cozine returned Friday
from a pleasant trip thru
issippi, Tennessee and
tucky. Our readers all
oyed the messages Mr. Cozine
t us while on his trip.
Miss Rusha Alexander, who
given such efficient service
the cold drink stand of the
eal Drug Store, left last week
accept a similar position in
home town, HammOnd, La.,
was succeeded at the Ideal
Store by Miss Elsie Magee
rs. A. J. Fortinberry and
sons, Sheldon and Joe of
hsburg are spending this
with their numerous rela
here. Mrs. W. E. Banister
aughter Ruth of Mt. Her
Accompanied Mrs. Fortin
aturday and also spent a
s in Franklinton.
Cora Carter shattered
es of the forearm and
her wrist Saturday in
pt to crank her car, and
she suffered greatly from
the first three days follow
e accident, she is now her
bright and happy self
and is fast learning to care
rself with the use of only
last date of publication
more of our 'home boys
returned to civilian life.
Uamilton of the Regulars
Irport, and Fred Bate
8'i4 Clyde Poole from
T'he boys all look well
_ P d bthe home people
o'happiness over the
ofthse, almost the last
i *f Z'ranuklinton's con
Miss Winnie Magee of Sunny
Hill is visiting her aunt, Mrs. d
D. N. Magee.
Miss Marie Magee returned fo
I riday from a week's visit with st
her aunt, Mrs. Talley, of Isabel. 0
Mrs. J. L. Brock entertained a
at dinner Sunday in honor of her oc
sister-in-law, Mrs. John Babing
ton and children. h(
Miss Edna Sones of McNeil, N
Miss., arrived Friday night for a m
fortnight's visit with her aunt, ec
Mrs. J. E. Bateman.
Prospective Auto Owners--It
will pay you to inspect the Essex
before buying. G
Sheridan Motors Co. M
Miss Myrtle Brumfield con- he
cluded her visit with her sister, in
Mrs. J. B. Chandler at Columbia, T;
Miss., and returned home Tues- el
L Mrs. Alfred Coyne returned
last week from New Orleans
where she has been under medi
c cal treatment for the past five
Mrs. John Babington ahd
children of Schulenburg, Texas, o:
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. W. i
Babington and other Franklinton C
Our ice-man, H. V. Foil, has 8
suffered this week from an F
enormous boil on the elbow 1
which has given him a stiff and t
helpless arm as well as consider- I
able pain. I
Mrs. Robt. Babington enter
u tained at dinner Saturday, her
d honored guests being her brother,
11 W. C. Hamilton just returned
~ from service, and Mrs. John
Babington and children of
10 Schulenburg, Texas,
e We have a shipment of Hudson
te Super Sixes on the way to
Franklinton. Why not make that
n new car of yours a "Super Six"
" instead of just any old six. They
cost only a few dollars more. r
Sheridan Motors Co. 1
Mrs. D. R. Johnson and son
d Griffith and the Misses Bailey
returned Friday from a delight
ful visit with relatives and friends
at Lindsay and Port Hudson, La.
Miss Janie St. Paul of Port Hud
son returned with Mrs. Johnson
for a visitof several weeks.
L. M. Bougeois, cashier of The 1
Citizens Bank, arrived Monday
to complete arrangements for
the opening of the new bank for .
the fall season.
Mr. Bourgeois resigned his
position as cashier of the Crest
Sview Bank, Crestview, Fla., to
r return to Franklinton as he knew
people and banking conditions of
re this section thouroughly from
having served as assistant cash
ier of The Bank of Franklinton
)n several years ago, its seeming no
Y5 less a pleasure to Mr. Bourgeois
e. to resume business relations
rs here than it is a satisfaction to
e- his friends to have him in charge
m of the new bank. Since leaving
ell Franklinton Mr. Bourgeois has
le become one of "the army of
he married men" and will move his
St wife here as soon as suitable
f accmommodation can be obtained
Misses Ida and - Dora Green
law visited their aunt, Mrs. J. E.
Brakefield at Bogalusa last week.
Mrs. Willis Magee will enter
tain the B. Y. P. U. Friday ing
evening and all members of the ing
W. M. S. are cordially invited to Ea:
be present. for
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Denman in 1
and children and Ellen Brock mel
motored to Silver Spring for the tha
week-end to attend the annual not
protracted meeting at Mrs. Den- 1
man's old home church. tive
Mrs. R. H. Bradley and son or
Donald of Tangipahoa, accom- de
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Bank
ston, visited here at the home of pra
Mrs. Bradley's sister, Mrs. W. Pal
Q. Wood, several days last week.
By ron B. Burris Dead. did
On Sunday at midnight Byron ma
B. Burris died, after less than a
week's illness. Inflammation of
the stomach seemed to be the to
trouble, but when the crisis of the ho
disease was passed, a very weak inc
heart action made it impossible the
for the patient to withstand the sai
strain and death followed very fot
ch'sely upon what appeared to be nil
I a marked improvement in his
Mr. Burris built a commodious
home and located his family in Wi
North Franklinton early in his mE
married life, having raised and
educated seven children here, six
of whom are still living, the eldest,
Mrs. Bradley. having died in her ki
Georgia home during the influenza to
epidemic last winter; Mrs. P. E,
Greenlaw, on Tenth avenue; and
Miss Belma Burris, who is in the
home assuming the care of her
invalid mother, are the daughters.
The eldest son, Ralph, is with the
engineers in France; William 811
Burris in Norfolk, Va., with the m'
Seaboard Supply Co.; Harvey
Burris in the Reserve Officers'
Training Camp at Louisville, Ky.,
and Jesse Burris at Bogalusa;
Jesse being with his father at the
time of his death.
Mr. Burris was sixty-one years
of age, and at the time of his tak
ing siok was foreman of the Mo
Creary Lumber Co., yards. Be- 12
sides his wife and children, he is p,
s survived by an aged mother, Mrs. he
n Flora Burris; one sister, Mrs. D. in
SM. Wadsworth. of Bogalusa, and
Stwo brothers, our townsman E.
. A. Burris, deputy sheriff, and R.
L. Burris, a prosperous farmer
three miles north of Franklinton. _
The quiet home service, con
r ducted by Rev. C. N. Kimberlin,
Swas largely attended and the body
laid to rest in the family lot in the
Ellis oemotery. Deep sympathy
is felt for the family in this heavy
in A Friend.
t "Your father is unreasonable."
' "Why?" asked the dear girl."
y "Tells me not to lose sight of
my object in life and then kioks
beoause I call seven nights a
Stray Mules. a
a. One pair of young mules stray- 14
Sed to my premises between July a
1n st and 8th and I have taken up f
said mules to care for them and o
e restore to owner upon identifi- .
y dation and the payment of all
r charges including cost of this
Mules are young, one being
is brown in color and the other
a- sorrel, both bearing brand on
w D. A. Brock,
of Sunny Hill. La.
Place Your Order Now
Moor Sale;s & Smicl o,
What's The Reason?
A Texas newspaper has the *
following interesting item:
"Foreign advertising is increas- *
ing and local advertising decreas-*
ing. What will this lead to?
Easily answered! An increase in *
foreign business and a decrease :
in local business with the home T
merchants. Watch our prediction "
that is if the home merchants do $
1 not wake up."
A few days ago a representa
tive of a wellknown Chicago mail
order house, when addressing a
convention of advertising men, "
declared that his firm made a
practice of scanning the country
papers, and made extraordinary *
effort to get busin ss in every i
region where the local merchants *
did not advertise freely. Not to $
advertise is to invite streinuous *
n mail order house competition.
f A drinker's wife, wishing to
e to cure her husband of coming
e home late at night from the inn, "
k induced her brother to frighten
e the tippler. "Who are you?"
e said he to the spirit, whom he
y found in his way on the appointed
s "I am the devil," replied the
a "Oh, you're the devil, are you?
n Well, shake hands, old chap. I
8 married one of your sisters."
HIardwood Logs WVanted.
t Highest prices paid for all
r kinds of hardwood logs. Apply
a to A. L. Hickman, Supt.,
Richard P. Baer & Co.,
d Bogalusa, La,
One tall brown horse mule, one
small sorrel horse mule, one blue
mouse colored horse mule. All
have H on their jaw and have long
mane. A reward will be paid for
the return of them or the infor
: mation of their whereabouts to
Lost--One large brown ox, age
' 12 years, weight 1,300 to 1,400
is pounds, rather short for his
's height, with wide flat sides, miss
. ing about six weeks. Liberal re
d ward for any information or $10
Sfor delivery at our camps.
McCreary Lumber Co.,
er Franklinton, La.
CONNELL & SMITH
Office Over Washington Bank
8:00 A. M. to 6,00 P. M.
Strayed, one mare mule
weight about eight hundred
[800) lbs. Color light bay with
a black stripe across shoulders,
broad chubby head. She's a very
leggy mule. Age about 3 years,
and has been worked. Strayed
from the home of H. A. Crow
on July 17, 1919. A reward of
$10.00 offered for said mule.
Become a stockholder in the
United States-buy War Saving
Built over graves, with all
necessary lettering, $7 to $20.
S. M. CARROLL,
Babington's Drug Store
Oldest Drug Store in Washington Parish. :
Pure Drugs Potent Drugs
Leading Patent and Proprietary Medicines
Rexall Remedies--Satisfaction guaranteed or money back i
Toilet Articles Rubber Goods
: And the Latest and Best in Stationery
Kodaks and Kodak Supplies. Leading Magazines For Sale
Fresh Candies and Delicious Soft Drinks
Just received---a new stock of Latest Styles in Jewelry :
We Take Subscriptions For Any Magazine 9
We Still Have Summer
SHOES AND HATS.
We Carry Hamilton-Brown
and J. K. Orr Shoes.
Sold. under a guarantee.
S. H. Burris
* We Are Sole Agents *
I San-I-Baker Products
* Helen Lawton *
Pure Coffee, Tea
I Extracts and Spices."
* Sold Under Strictest Guarantee
As To QUALITY and PRICE.
:B. E. Bickham:n
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
Highest Grade and Most Practical
Courses ii Business, in Shorthand and
in English. Best Equipments. Un
equaled Facilities. Complete College
SHOULD BE EDUCATED Bank. Only School with Actual Store,
TO SUPPORT THEMSELVES and Actual Money in which students
keep the 'ooks and balance cash.
Special accommodations for ladies. Personal instruction.
No misrepresaentation to secure patronage. Graduates in general demand
thmagh their suprrs tnalag. , , , O. OULE & SONS,