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AT YOUR SERVICE
for your drug store demands
We can supply your demands for any and all
articles to be had in the drug line here, and
if not in town, it will be a pleasure for us
to make a special order for you.
A Modern Store Under Modern Management.
Command us, either in person or by mail,
and get acquainted with our superior service.
Prescriptions Perfectly Compounded, Day or
Night, by a Graduate, Registered Pharmacist.
IDEAL DRUG STORE
"THE STORE OF SERVICE."
Past Free Days: Franklinton,
January 25th oLsnuar
[ Local Items (
Brief Mention of Local and Personal
Happenings of The Week.
Pranklinton, La., March 21, 1918
} all a
Ice and Stone Coal at the Bab
Ington Store Inc.
H. D, Ott of Zona, was a Sun.. honoi
day guest of Mrs. M. W. Ott. Mrs.
Select Triumph seed potatoes Mr
for sale at The Babington" Store, visite
Born-to Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Tims on Monday March 18, a eggs
Select cotton seed for planting Mi
or sale at The Babington Store, child
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Chavers of tives
ona are the proud parents of a
aby boy. potal
We have a stock of all kinds of swee
The Babington Store, Inc. Ca
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kerr of We
vington spent Thursday with men
fends here. with
We will buy your velvet beans, terit
and can syrup.
The Babington Store. Inc. M
Mrs. B T. Fisher left Sunday Sati
for Bogalusa to spend a fortnight ing
with her son, Mr. H. N. Sim- for
Mrs. J, A. LaCour and daugh
ter Fay of Jackson, were Sun
,day guests of Mrs. Mike Bab
Misses Floyd Ball and Josie 1
?Bateman acdompanied Miss Edna the
Bones to her home at McNeil, De
Miss., for the week-end. t,0
For Sale-We have on hand two the
Ford Trucks in first class con- na
`dition-for sale at reasonable file
Motor Sales & Service Co. col
E. W. Dees of Amite spent Gi
,several days this week in town, LE
business being the initial ob
cause, but Mr. Dees has many gc
:friends here who always enjoy vi
his trip to town.
'iY . I. Davis, mechinician at
:Quick Service, has suffered in- ei
;tsley this week from a shot of rc
.id in the eye. The accident h
curred Monday but he is still h
tiering the effects of it.
s-t--On Sunday afternoon te
Zona, on the Spring Hill r
an Algin gold watch and
, init4als C. G. W. engraved t
baIk. Suitable reward for a
ery. Carl G. Wolflin,
* Zona, La..
a! days last week in Bogalusa
th Mesdames Richardson and
gee, being accompanied home
nesday night by Mrs. O. D.
don and childrAn who r e
over thru Sunday.
aerdy at 8 o'clock, we will
| in our show window a use
deice, that every housewife
. jave-f4rst party aussing
Srect Use ~ts E5 ~ents in
COome ad guess .
p , ~ BrTk fO
Mrs. I. J. Green of Zona visit- out
ed here Saturday. tam
Cypress Shingles at The Bab- Cros
ington Store. Inc. whic
Miss Irma Magee was a Sun- prod
day guest of Franklintorn friends. spec
Nice line Men's Straw Hats.- mad
Call and select yours. tent
The Babington Store, Inc. M
Miss Mary Johnson was an in tt
honored dinner guest Sunday of the
Mrs. C. T. Corkern. grac
Mrs. O. S. Kemk of Bogalusa, tion,
visited her mother. Mrs Rosetta deer
Alford the first of the week. thru
We will pay you cash for your
The Babington Store, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs, Robt. Wood and awa
children of New Orleans spent we
Sunday with Franklinton rela. civil
We will buy your overplus of Ital,
potato planting seed. We have this
f sweet potato planting seed for no I
sale. The Babington Store Inc. figh
Can you stop your car quick?
f We have the necessary equip
h ment to repair any set of brakes
without delay of ordering ma
, terial.--Motor Sales & Service not
C. My Spring Millinery opening figl
y Saturday was specially gratify- ing
t ing and I thank my customers hot
. for thetr interest and their lib- I
eral patronage. Yours for fut- bul
ure service. blc
, Mrs. L. H. Magee. to
Shipbuilders Wanted. bo
pie The ship building committee of
a the Louisiana State Council of o
ail, Defence is endeavoring to enroll let
7,000 men in Louisiana to place let
their services at the disposal of
wo the government in building the u
on- nation's ships. These men may ha
ble file their enrollments with the
secretary of the ship-building hE
Co. committee, F. A. Crippen, 804 s
ent Gravier Street, New Orleans, et
wn, La., and the men are under moral sE
tial obligations to go wherever the
any government may need their ser- ul
ijoy vices in this work.
It is the policy of the govern- al
ment, however, to keep all men ai
so enrolled employed at the near
eat shipyards to the place of en- i
t of rollment. Standard wages, eight "
ent hours a day and comfortable b
still housing facilities are promised. e
Every branch of labor that goes C
oon toward the building of a ship is
lill required for this important work.
and A limited number of applica
ved tion blanks can be had at this
. We offer The Era-Leader and
New York Thrice-a-Week World
IV- both one year for $2.00.
Dr. 0. D. Varnado
Ofce ii R. a ldg.,
Over Boston S
Franklinton, - :LouIs
Your patronage will be
D. D. Moore and Senator C. E. m
Schwing Address Enthusias- t
tic Crowd. War' Duties
At 2-00 P. M, Truezday, accord
Ing to previously ; ringed pro
gram, Senator Chas. E. Schwing
of Iterville' pa:ishi anld Edon. D.
D. Mo'ore, mumbirs of the State
Bureau of orators, discussed
the various war einterprise, NmO
before the court room filled with
interested hearers. Select
His Honor, Judge Prentiss B,
Carter, as chairman, introduced
the speakers. Senator Schwing Whi
making the opening address and John I
impressing the fact that just as inns.
he had heeded the command to Thomr
come out and do his part in tell- A. B
ing the people the best ways to Skarb
help, so he expected the people Prest(
as a unit to do their part in car- white,
rying out fully every request Haile3
made by the heads of depart- Murp
ments' whether it be carrying Orval
out food laws, selling or buying and J;
stamps or bonds, conservation Nei
in every direction, knitting, Rea cy
Cross work and all the rest in John
which we can take part. Food John
production was Mr. Schwing's Curti
special point of emphasis, and Del
made all feel like going the ex- Clavih
tent of a war garden at least. Franl
Mr. Moore, who is so widely Alex
known thru his editorial columns nest]
° in the Times-Picryune, relieved roe
the tension for a minute by a Gilch
graceful and humorous introduc- Emai
L, tion, after which he became and I
a deeply serious and remained so
thru a sixty minute address
which held the interest of the
people thruout. Sher
M r, Moore said in substance:
We are in war. While it is far good
d away, yet it is in every home and last
it we are all soldiers, khaki clad or
* civilian. If we were not to join
in with France, England and
)f Italy we soon would be fighting dash
7e this war alone--there would be
r no France, England and Italy to aqua
c. fight with us. bein
Information gleaned from
Washington points to a seven or o b
sa ten years' war and calls for a unh
more seriouts consideration than
we have yet accorded it, for it is ty
not to be won till every man, Tra
woman and child is in it, some
ng fighting at the front, some wag1
y- ing as desperate a war on the S
rs home field. wife
b- We are going to win the war ter,
ut- but we are going to pay for it in rani
blood and treasure, for we expect hav
to see our boys by the thousand to r
go down-boys from your town, wor
boys from mine; boys from your ing
of home, boys from mine-but that Cor
is to be the price. Nothing in pea
roll old age is harder than regret, so
a let us now act so that when it is Mi"
oe idl over there will be nothing for de!
he us to regret which we might id
have done and did'nt. I
SLet uslive governed by thrift, em
hesitating not to save, to con-vi
804 serve everything,~ imoney and Bi
ns, energy alike being put into the Co
oral service of the government. bol
the Fault finding with those higher ma
ser- up must stop. Help our ofials
to run things. We must give fei
, and give, and give; and work, lP
mn and work, and work to furnish inl
ear- the help needed. The U. S. is go- wl
en- ing to take some of us to the fir
ight ing line a~bhileLthe fight is going to
able be brought to some of us, but in
d. every case have faith in our
oes country and government, and
p is know that no miracle is going to
ork. win the victory, but slaughter n
ica- and bloodshed and probable loss 8
this of millions of boyl in uniform.
This is the price we pay for the P
liberty we havehad; the hund
and red years of peace we have en
Vorld joyed and the years of joy we d
hope to see. It is no time to
_ quibble and can we friends, I
think there is anything under
a1o heaven we could refuse to do or I
After a fitting conclusion thei
orators received the hearty ap
1dg., preciation of the people of Frank
ton as expressed by Judge
-:a few forceful words, and
iat mafterward accom
pa r bso d
left for bie eie
j oýtdlE Sepli
d TANUNU*?inuim"c." 1
Nmg~R~~u SuIUI Luuru.C
Selectmen Called From
Whites: Richard M. Quinn,
John Dennett Talley, Willie Go
in gs. Willie Everett Pope, George "
Thomas. Lonnie B-nks, Herbert
A. Bickham, Charles Melton
Skarborough, Cicero Williams,
3 Preston Dykes, Walter Apple
white, Thira K. Hartley. Ethel
t Hailey May, Jewell Leon Sharp,
Murphy John Sylvest, Walter
X Orval Creasman, Tommie Pope
9 and Jas. D. Schilling.
n Negroes: Sam Pittman, Chan
a cy Wallace, Joe Montgomery, "
n John Henry Miller, Carl 'Drain,
a John Mixon, Stanley Brown,
s Curtis Thomas, Robert Wilson
d Del Bickham, Louis Francis,
I- Clavis Bonner, Simon Hopkins,
Frank Walker, Norman Magee,
y Alex Wiison, William Hart, Er
Is nest Barker, Isaac Brokely, Mon.
d roe Jones, Otto Hardy, Hudie
a Gilchrist, Date Fortinberry,
C- Emanuel Hardy, Willie May,
ie and Edward Williams.
as Seriouis Runaway.
Joe McNeese, a farmer near
Sheridan, suffered the loss of a
a* good horse in a runaway acci
ir dent on the streets of Franklinton
Two horses, harnessed to a
loaded wagon, were standing un
hitched and becoming frightened
ng dashed off across the Babington
to square and collided with the train
on the switch, one of the horses
being dragged under train and
om injured so hopelessly that he had
a to be shot. The other horse was
an unhurt and the wagon only sligh.
is tly injured.
an, Transfer of One of Our Bais.
me Babingtons Move to N. 0.
the William Babington, with his
wife and interesting little daugh
tar ter, has moved within closer
t in range to his Fralciilinton friends,
ect having been recently transferred
and to New Orleans where his ofilce
wn, work is in the Post Office build
our ing. A clipping from the Daily
hat Corinthian at Corinth, Miss., ap
g in pears below,
so The many friends of Mr. and
t is Mrs, W. Babington regret their
for departure from Corinth, after re
ight siding here for several months.
Mr. Babington has been in the
rift, employ of the railway mail ser
on- vibe from Carbondale, Ill., to
and Birmingham, Ala., and has muide
the Corinth his headquarters, and
both he and his wife have made
rher many friends here.
cials Mr. Babington has been trans
give ferred to headquarters, and is em.
ork, ployed in the offiloe of the Super
nish intendent in New Orleans, La.,
a go- where they will make their home.
ng to Waverley Notes.
t in (Received too late for last issue.)
and Ms. J. L. Brook was hostess of
g to the Waverley Club Saturday after
phter noon. A most interesting pro.
los gram was given on "Woman in
orm, the Home"-two interesting pa
the pers by Mrs. C. C. Simmons and
bund. Miss Hezel Watson were read.
The Club expects to have two
Swe delegates at the Distriot Federa
Sto tion to be held at Hammond, La,,
ends, Marsh 15 and 16.
under At the conclusion of the pro
g0 or gram a delicious salad couree was
served to the following members
n the and gueste; Meedames Ada Bab
by ap- ington, Robert Babington, J. Vol
Elrank- Brock, W. S. Burrie, A. E. Hood,
JudgeT. J. Hayee, M. W, Ott, C. O.
s, and Simmons, W. F. Simmons, T. C.
cCOm- Sheridan and Misses Watson,
triffith, atd Mrs. Robert Love of
gie faokley, La.
Mrs.I T. J, Hayes, Reporter.
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i We Cater To The i
I Country Trade. j
4 Because we keep what farmers want
j and in the good grade that they want.
, We handle stock and poultry foot and
* remedies. We have a well-equipped
i Mail Order Department
which promptly serves residents of the
" surrounding towns and country who
need anything in the line of drug store
" goods. Our large stock insures an ade
quate assortment from which to select
-and our prices are the lowest. Most
mail orders can be filled at once. Send
us your orders. Ask us about our
SBabington's Drug Store, Inc.
S- Agency Bogalusa Steam Laundry.
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Na year it has become
famous; the man's cig=
arette for the men who are
working, over here, and
fighting over there.
The reason? Because
it's made of Burley pi.
tobacco and because-
d@ N I ým 0I'O T
WE HAVE THEM.
Men, Women, Children.
JUST RECEIVED I
1 THE BEST SHOES IN TOWNI
Sn,. H. Burris