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Chest and Head Colds
Sore Throat Influenza
Spasmodic Croup Pneumonia
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We sell Wright's Liquid Smoke for curing meat.
IDEAL DRUG STORE
I. J. MAGEE, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA.
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f Mention of Local and Personal
Happenings of The Week.
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nklinton, La., Jan. 1, 1920.
COLD GOT YOU?
's New Discovery
starts you on the road
tried, always used. 'That's
A trite expression, but one never
sore applicable than it is to
wixll like the prompt, business.
It loosens the phlegm-congest
soothes the tortured throat,
.an old or a new cold, grippe,
kiddies can take it in perfect
too. No bad after-effects.
half a century. 60c. and
bottle. At your druggist.
et your bowels bulldoze your
ake them function regularly
e body cleansed of waste
Dr. King's New Life Pills.
es, hek headache, sour
Indigestion, dizziness, furred
d breath-think of the em
nts and discomforts trace
constipation. How easily
tified by the occasional use
ng's New Life Pills. Move
is smoothly but surely. Try
ight. All drugglsts-25c as
Eva Mae Gibson went to a
usa for the holidays with
on't forget next Saturday, C
uary 8, 1920, is, flour day at
Boston Store. 1
Sand Mrs. Robt. Burris of
usa, spent the week-end
their families here.
Gertrude Pope returned I
y from Tylertown where i
ent the holidays with her
ishing you a happy Newi
ear, And don't forget next
turday is flour day at the
rs. H.B. Magee accompanied
daughter, Miss Ruth Magee
ow Orleans Monday to make
per reservations and other
gements for her trip to
Moines,. Iowa, where she
to represent Whitworth
e at the Y. W. C. A. Inter
teer Fire Organization
Tuesday, January 6th, all
tizens and property own
asked to meet with the
Council in the court room
purpose of organizing a
r fire company. With
.00 initial donation from
averley Club augmented
bacriptions from the
owners, a sufficient
been raised to pur
hemical engine and nee
equipment for fighting
an active volunteer
be needed to fight fires
our citisens the heavy
atois t source
Join the crowd at the Boston '
Store, Saturday. Itis flour day. th
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Erwin on December 28, a daugh
ter, Virginia Evelyn.
Mrs. W. I. Daniel and child- D.
ren of Angie spent a portion of
the holidays in Franklinton.
J, S' Brock and daughter Miss l
James Brock of New Orleans, mw
are here for a week with rela
tives and friends.
Miss Sara Fortinberry, state ye
director of Home Economics. of
Arkansas, spent Christmas with
her sister, Mrs J, C. Denman.
For Sale-Three well bred of
gilt's. For prices and particu- no
lars see, ca
P. D. Letchworth,
Mrs. D. Dodd and young M
daughter Myrtis, and her sister, an
MissWansa Fortinberry of Hazle- by
hurst Mississippi, left f.r home
Sunday after a week spent with
Mrs. J. 0, Denman. M
pr. and Mrs. J. E. Wood and p
daughter Josie of New Orleans, wi
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Wood and Je
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wood of
Bogalusa,were Christmas guests
of Mrs. G. W. Goodbee. P
Miss Stella Pierce was hostess bc
at six o'clock dinner Saturday, s
given in honor of Seraeant Fields. at
Other guests were Misses Ernm.
estine, Edith and Agnes Wood
and Mr. Prentiss Magee. rE
Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Hennesy in
and five children from Route 8, p
moved into Franklinton last week T
and arelocated in North Frank- h,
linton in the G. W. Magee resi- al
dence which Mr. Bennessy pur
chased with the intention of F
making this a permanent home.
Franklinton is glad to receive
this family as they will be an
addition to church and school o
SAll our girls and boys who are tl
students or teachers elsewhere a
rand were at home for the holi
t days, left this week for their t
3 different posts, while the local t
faculty members returned and a
school and other business re
e sumed Monday and community
e affairs are normal again, We
are thankful for a Christmas
sane and satisfactory to all, quiet
o but unsually pleasant and happy. e
A Real Christmas.
Fire Extinguisher Prevents ,
While filling his carl from
1i Barrie Bros, gasoline tank after
b nightfall last week, Hermon Bul
e looh accidentally ignited the gas
n and started a big blaze which
a quickly spread to the big tank, to
h the consternation and dismay of
a all watching. It was thought
d there could be no saving the car
et or perhaps Burris Bros., store as
It there seemed no mfans at hand
r- for fighting the fames, but- Mr.
>e Doremue of the Motor Sales and
Ig Service garage acted quickly up.
en on the thought of using the chem
ie ioal ftre extinguishers kept at his
ry place of business, with the result
ts thatt. Aset.a Pq¶roextinguished
F. P. Byrd visited relatives
here Monday. in
Mrs. J. I. Waller was a Christ- gi
mas guest of Mrs. W. F. Sim- in
Shelton Noble spent Christmas
with his grand parents in Jack
Miss Elsie Magee was a week
end guest of Mrs. John Cara
way at Bogalusa.
Tell all your friends the good BE
news-Saturday is flour day at on
the Boston Store. ho
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiggins of wl
Columbia, Miss., are visiting er
their parents here. St
Born on December 22, to Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Foil at Eugene,
Oregon, a 10 pound boy.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Brock of de
Mt. Hermon, were Franklinton fo
visitors during the holidays, ne
Misses Belma Burris and
Effie McElveen visited Miss Lei
tha Sheridan at Bogalusa last
Sergeant Fields of Buffalo, Al
New York, is spending the holi- J.
days in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Wood. th
Robt. Babington returned as
Monday from Dallas, Texas, th
where he went to spend Christ- ro
mas with his family. to
Misses Elise Walker and Mary m
Bennette, who are teaching this Pi
year in Lake Charles, La., are tr
guest of Mrs. Ada Babington,.
Everyone is interested in an ta
item of local news. If you know co
of any local happening that is he
not generally known, communi- st
cate the fact to this office. he
Miss Texana Carter entertain. en
ed Saturday night in honor of th
Miss James Brock, having music ev
and progressive games followed es
by delicious refreshments. su
Messrs. Sheldon Knight of
McComb City, and Buford and
Charlie Knight of Tylertown,
spent the Christmas holidays M
with their cousins, Otis and C1
Jewel Varnado. ei
Mrs. Frank Howard came from S
Pawnee City, Neb., to spend the
holidays with her husband, and of
both Mr. and Mrs. Howard will P1
spend the winter in Franklinton t
at the Fern hotel. g
Miss Leitha Sheridan, on her ci
return from teaching in Evange
line Parish, spent several days k
in Franklinton and was accom- a'
panied home by Mr. and Mrs.
ST. C. Sheridan who spent the ih
holidays in the Sheridan home o
f Howard's Miles and Horses ,
a After making announcement o
on another page of this paper, e
the consignment of horses and
e mules arrived unexpectedly on s
. Tuesday night and Mr. Howard e
r is glad to notify the public that
I1 they are here in advance of the
d advertised time-a fine lot of '
e Family Gathering,
Mrs. W. F. Varnado entertain
ed at a Christmas dinner, having
eleven of her children present
and seventeen grand-ohildren.
Among the out of town guests
ws were Mr. and Mres L. W. MoLain
of Hackley, Mr. and Mrs. L. N.
Varnado and two children of Log.
m town, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Varna.
Sr do and Willard of Slidell, Mr. and
1- pvrs. Edgar Foil and family of
Richardson, George Varnado of
b Folsom, and Averice Varnado of
t" Pickwick, Miss. All the child
of ren remained over Saturdky for
)t their mother's sixty-fifth birth
ar day. Mother Varnado is very
' healthy and aptive for one of her
Id For Sale.
m- One Ford runabout in fine
Se mechanical condition for sale
pgt A. U. Peterson.
We are going to offer bargains
in special lines of our stock be-4
ginning January 6th, and last
ing thru month of January.
Watch our "ad" next week.
The Babington Store, Inc.
On Christmas day, at 2 o'clock4
of the afternoon, at the home of 1
the bride's father D. J. Bateman,
Mr. R. R. Burch and Miss Edna
Bateman were married and left
on the afternoon train for their
home in East Columbia, Texas,
where the groom has been sev
eral years in the employ of the
The bride has already become
an accomplished house keeper
thru assuming the recsponsibility
in the home since her mother's
death, and she is generally loved
for her amiability and faithful
ness to duty.'
Ma'ried-Tuesday at7 P. M., at
the home of the bride's parents,
*.r. and Mrs. D. C. Wood, Mr.
H. Prentiss Magee add Miss
Agnes Wood were married, Rev.
J. B. Fulton officiating.
Only the immediate families of
the young people were present
as the accomplished favorite of
the family marched into the
room upon the arm of the groom
to the strains of the wedding
march played by Miss Stella
Pierce, cousin of the bride. Miss
Pierce then, sang "I love you
After the ceremony and felici
tations of the occasion the young
couple left for their country
home at Pine Cliff, where the
statwart and dependable groom
has established every conveni
ence possible for the comfort of
the young housekeeper and
everything points to the right
establishment .of a happy and
The White Christmas.
Under the able supervision of
Mrs, John Love, a beautiful
Christmas r rogram was present
ed in the church by the Baptist
Sunday school on Christmas eve.
The exercises consisted of
carols, character sketches and a
Splayette, emphasizing thruout,
the true spirit of Christmas, the
giving of gifts in the Savior's
name. An interesting factor in
carrying out this idea was a full
sized manger in which a gift was
S laid by each one present, goods
and money both being used as an
offering for the needy, the "shut
~ ins" and the widows and orphans
3 of the community.
A tree also was in evidence,
beautiful in its lights and Christ
mas decorations, and held a sur
prise in the way of a bright bag
t of candies, fruit and nuts for
each child of the Sunday school.
· The church was filled with
spectators and all thoroughly
1 enjoyed the exercisep, especial
t thanks being publicly given Mrs.
Love for her faithfulness in
,f working up the program,
KNOCKS OUT PAM
THE FIRST ROUND
Comforting relief from pain
makes Sloan's the
This famous reliever of rheumatic
aches, soreness, stiffness, painful
sprains, - neuralgic pains, and most
other external twinges that humanity
suffers from, enjoys its great sales be
cause it practically never fails to bring
speedy, comforting relief.
Always ready for use, it takes little
to penetrate without rubbing and pro
duce results. Clean, refreshing. At
all drug stores. 3c, 70c, $1.40.
Husband (at dinneriy. Geqrge
this is a regular banqitd Finest
spread I've sat down tOir an age.
What's upt Do you e'rt tonm
Wife....No, but I thiuli oook
$ Thanking our Friends and Customers for
their generous patronage during 1919 we
* take this means of soliciting a continu
ance of same during the coming months,
and wish you one and all
IBabing ton's Drug Store
Notwithstanding the great rush of trade, the
like of which we believe was never before wit
nessed in our little city, we have still many
bargains left in our splendid stock of goods.
Actually Less Than Cost!
Everything carried in a stock of general mer
chandise is open for your selection, and if you
supply your needs in Groceries, Dry Goods,
Novelties, etc., at our sale prices it will prove a
great saving in your household expenses.
S. H. BURRIS,
SWe Proect I
A letter from the General Baking
Company of New Orleans informs us
of a raise on our 12-cent loaf of bread
to 12 1-2 cents per loaf, but we have
decided to bear this burden ourselves
and continue the old price
12 CENTS PER LOAFI
* Give us your regular order for bread
and we will stand the half cent loss.
:B. E. Bickham j
y0 ºNEW ORLEANS. LA.
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