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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
Sthe attacks are frequent and increase in severity, causing the
animal to dash wildly about 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 immediale uss of Emmett's Specific, a tea
spoonful on the tongue every ten or fifteen minutes will re
Slieve your animal at once.
IDEAL DRUG STORE
WILEY M. WOOD, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA.
- Local tems
aptg Mention of Local and Personal
Happenings of The Week.
,akllnton, La., Oct. 3, 1918.
OCKS OUT PAIN
o!frting relief from pain
I makes Sloan's the
_ World's Liniment
ih famous reliever of rheumatic
soreness! stiffness, painful
neuralgeic pains, and most
'eaternal twinges that humanity
from, enjoys its great sales
4t practically never fails to
gpeedy, comforting relief.
ready for use, it takes little
at ithout rubbing and produce
Clean, refreshing. At all drug
A large bottle means economy,
and Mrs. Otis Simmons
1 are visting relatives
will pay you cash for your
The Babington Store, Inc
Willie Richardson is at
$ick this week, being re
Sat her school at Rio by
Bateman who is stenog
.r for the Supt, of the
G. N. in Bogalusa, came
for the week-end.
_u need woven wire fence,
, as we have some bar
rices to offer for a short
Sizes 26 in. and 32 in.
e Babington Store, Inc,
Willis A. Corkern, who
veral years has been in
at Waco, Texas, but who
with his home folk of
nton for a few days,
to a house full of folk
bd home church at Spring
j Wednesday night.
few one-ton Ford trucks.
priced one-ton truck on
ket. Rear wheels are
with solid rubber tires
$lpecial rear axle device
as them to the thinkidg
Call to see them.
otor Sales & Service Co.
Ilizabeth Sullivan. Mes
laerty and Townsley,
bsW. H. Sullivan and
Spekenheir, stopped in
ton a short while Tues
'they were touring the
the interest of the 4th
Loan. They met speak
ements and perfected
tions for work at Hack
norton and Mt. lIermon,
being to go a later day
to Sunny Hill, Oak
Mrs. Ira Warren of Hackley
visited friends here Saturday.
"Steward Products" are good.
We sell them.-Motor Sales &
Service Co., Ltd.
Erroll Trish of the Radio De
partment Algiers, spent a few
days with friends here last week.
Misses Elise Walker and Ro
berta Gale, both of the local fac
ulty, are confined to their beds
with la grippe this week.
Mesdames R. E. Magee and
Ada Babington, Mr. Jake Magee
and Bannon Babington motored
to Amite Tuesday and spent the
day with Hon John R. Wood.
Franklinton's report on Lib
erty Loan sales for first two
days of drive, was $8400. The
solicitors are still at work and
will continue for the 3 weeks
allotted to the drive.
Private Adolph Pierce who
was placed in the Development
Department at Camp Beauregard
was sent out here last week to
take permanent charge of the
offices of the local board.
Mrs. Farr of Bolton, Miss.,
after a six weeks' visit here re
turned home Tuesday accompani
ed by her daughter Mrs. O. F.
Monk and the two little Monks
who will spend several weeks in
The Fifth Sunday meeting
held with the Clifton Baptist
church, was well attended Satur
day and Sunday, the well pre
pared program being carried
out and an offering of $73 made
Notice Red Cross Garment
All garments out for Red
Cross must be brought in com
pleted by October 8th without
fail as shipment, if delayed can
not reach New Orleans in time
for boat which has been charter
ed to transport this clothing to
Belgian and French refugees.
Mrs. T. J. Hayes Chairman.
Grand Jury In Session.
The grand jury, called for
Monday, held a very busy all
day session and found only three
bills. They seem to have done a
good work by the number of
bills they failed to find, the con
servative citizens complimenting
the grand jury for exercising
their right in dismissing the
cases where a thorough and con
scientious investigation failed to
produce proof of guilt, thereby
saving the parish much expense
and unnecessary work.
You may not be able to fight,
but you can save and buy War
Dr. O. D. Varnado
Office in R. D. Magee Bldg., f
Over Boston Stoike
Franklinton . : Louisiana.
Your patronage will be 3
FRED MAGEE'S GROCERY
(Next Door to City Market.)
Staple and Fancy Groceries
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED
Mrs. Vera Mizell, Mgr.
A special prize of s5.00 is offer
ed by Ches Jones for the finest
colt less than one year old, dis
played at the Parish Fair Oct.
Patriotic Speaking At Fair.
On the first day of the fair,
October 16th, Hon. L. E. Thomas,
one of Louisiana's best infomed
patriots and most forceful ora
tors, will speak at noon on the
Fourth Liberty Loan. You can
not afford to miss this speech.
Bring any garments or sup- t
plies to the Red Cross rooms ex- t
cept on Tuesdays and Fridays E
from 3 to six p. m. There is no c
one at headquarters at any other .
time to accept supplies and the e
responsibility for garments I
rests with the one signed up e
with material until finished arti
cle is safely in the hands of the t
director and checked off for ship- v
Please remember the dates d
Fvery Tuesday and Friday 3 to 6 6
Mrs- T. J. Hays Chairman li
Council Of Defense Call.
The regular meeting of the
Council of Defense will be held
here Friday at 12.30 when it is
hoped a full attendance will be
had, as bnsiness of importance
is to be transacted.
Liberty Loan Addresses.
Hon, L. L. Morgan of Coving
ton, spoke Tuesday afternoon
in the court house and Hon, John
Roberra of Jennins, La., spoke 9
at the Methodist Church Tues
day evening, both in the interest E
of Liberty Loan.
Every member of the club is L
urged to meet at Red Cross a
headquarters on Saturday, Oct. C
ober 5th at 4 30 p. m.
Work for the year is to be out
lined and your assistance is nece
Mrs. J. Vot Brock President. £
Mrs. Ada Babington Secretary
Babingtons Remodel Store.
L. B. Renard, contractor, is
remodelling and completely mod
ernizing the building of The Bab- .
ington Store, Inc. The raising
and change of the roof gives a
marked improvement to the ex
terior appearance of the building I
besides adding a splendid floor
space in the second story and C
furnishes overhead ventilationI
and light that transforms the in
terior in appearance and com- '
fort. A raised floor space in the E
center of the building is being
converted into a commodious of
fice with modern fixtures, while
an entire change in shelving and
aisles will allow for the disposi
tion of the entire stock in regular I
department store style. a
The work is being rapidly
pushed to completion and whn b
finished will stand as one of ouar
best fall improvements.
Help your government ad
yourself at the same time--by
War 8avings 5tawmPs,
Entertains at I,Inchaon
On Friday afternoon in the re
ception halls of the Y. W. A. at
Bogalusa, Miss Sullivan, Parish
Chairman of the Wom.. s Liberty
Loan Drive, called together all
her division chairmen with their
Captains and Lieutenants. in a
real "get together" meeting,
where reports were given in, sug
gestions offered and final instruc
tions for the opening of the drive
on the following morning, Sept.
ember 28th. The cu-operation
was perfect and some of the most
encouraging reports were given,
among them being the announce
ment by Miss Sullivan, of the
following handsome subscriptions
which she had secured to be
given thru the women's depart.
ment: G. S. L. Co.840,000, N. O.
t G. N. R. R. 820,000, First State
Bank S20,000 and Washington
Bank and Trust Co. $10,000.
A real "limbering up" social
feature followed the business of
the afternoon when the young
matrons of the Y. W. A. hospit
ably dispensed iced tea and wafers
and Mrs. Rowan of Gloster, a
guest of Mrs. Stringer and Miss
Griffin of Bogalusa, gave some
beantiful vocal selections.
In the best possible frame of
mind the workers dispered eager
for the morning's drive.
The visting committee ladies
were then taken for an automobile
tour of the city after which, with
the city ward captains, they were
entertained at a magnificint lun
cheon at Pine Tree Inn by Miss
Sullivan where they were present
ed to Mrs. Christine Schertz of
New Orleans, the orator of the
After luncheon the crowd was
taken by automobile to city armory
where the town was assembled
and two wonderful patriotic ad
dresses were given, one by Mrs.
Schertz and one by that matchless
orator, Don dCaffery.of New Or
' This is just the begiqning of the
great work mapped out for the
women to do, and within the three
weeks set for the completion of
the drive, the women from every
ward are expected to take hold and
secure the enlistment of every
home in the buying of Fourth
Liberty Loan Bonds.
WASHINGTON BANK&TRUST CO,
Located at Franklinton, La., Par'sh of 4
W. I. DANIEL, Vice-President
MRS. W. S. BURRI8, Cashier
Report furnished to the State Exam.
iner of State Banks by the above
,Bank at the close of business
September 18, 1918.
Demand Loans............$23,580 33
Loans secured by mortgage 160,981 51 (
Other loans and discounts.. 157,297 14
Overdrafts, unsecured..... 683 76
Advances on lumber....... 12,767 04
Other bonds, stocks, secur
ities, etc.................. 27,210 00 (
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures.............. 19,050 00
Cash items................. 2,265 19
Due from banks and bank
ers (other than above)... 81,657 02
Gold coin............. 165 00
Silver, nickel and copper
coin..................... 2,884 51
National bank notes and all
issues U. 8. government
. (except gold certificates) 22,830 00
Suspense account......... 942 91
Capital stock, fully paid.... $50,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid.... 11,854 22
Cashier's checks outstanding 6,897 99
Individual deposits subject
to check..... ....... 276,560 48
Individual savings deposits 6,982 21
Time certiticates of deposit 40,794 11
Bills payable........... 65,000 00
Notes and bills rediscounted 37,801 40
War bond club ............ 6,429 00
Total........, ........$512,319 4
State of Louisiana
Parish of Washington.
I, W. I. Daniel, Viee-Presldent, and
I, Mrs. W. S. Burris, Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
W. I. DANIEL, Vice-President
MRs. W. S. BURis, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 80th day of September, 1918.
MAGEE W. OTr,
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Save for the oountry's aske,
" 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
The > Store
SBabington's Drug Store, Inc.
Agency Sogalusa Steam Laundry.
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S. H. Burris, Inc.
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
A stock of Groceries always Fresh and complete
Ask For Prices.
I 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. 2
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 South 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 .1
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.,