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When your doctor is called in, the next call is w on the druggist. To your druggist is entrusted the responsibil- th ity of seeing that the remedies prescribed are W carefully prepared, fresh and pure, and of the required quality.F The one great big aim of our house is accuracy in prescriptions. We permit NOTHING to inter- til fere with this, and use every possible effort to safeguard your health. Are we your druggist? If not, may we not be? fa IDEAL DRUG STORE . J. MAGEE, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA. fr In SLocal Items ' jef Mention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. t rf ý hizs Tv- ý ývwý The Era-Leader. Bnton, La., Feb. 12, 1920. RELIEF FROM LUMBAGO WE ' ,Liniment has the pch that relieves Fa hewniatic twinges This warmth-giving, congestion Scirculation-stimulating rem )enetratesr without rubbing right.to ati aching spot and brings quick re- Sp surely, cleanly. A wonderful help external pains, sprains, strains, stiff- fa headaches, lumbago, bruises. your bottle today-costs little, much. Ask your druggist for M game. Keep it handy for the family. The big bottle is econ- ca 35c, 70c, $1.40. 10 pt ill se Simmons is on the is week. 0 he reenlaw has been in eans for a week past. sa a Bailey and Smith of s were week-end g'quests If SD. R. Johnson. di t grade Cotton seed meal alle- or Love Bros. Inc. s, and Mrs. John S. Poole of pl spent the week-end with of ad Mrs. M. C, Poole and relatives. *My.Tism is a powerful any o: ; it kills the poison caused r, infected oute, oures Old e tter, etc.-Adv. d Mrs. Wm. Carp at* F the Jewish benefit in n usa last week and spent h days with Mr. and Mrs. a e Bienne. t ell, Saturday was flour day he Boston Store, and Mr. 6 Jones and Mrs. H, C. Fus- " each took home one half bar-. of White Dove flour. race Parks of Amite, spent a I days here last week with I rents, Mr. and Mrs. U. W. She was accompanied y her sister Hazel, who; spend the week-end in 1 Burris who went from I 's last month to take a posi- I St. Patrick near New Or- I is receiving rapid advance- I and is very much pleased his work. Another of our boys whom the Era-Leader ing in touch with. T. M. Babington spent days in Bogalusa last d while there was a guest rate birthday dinner Mrs. 0. B, Magee to the second birthday Aileen Magee and the ud anniversary of Bean. A number of is were present, mak *ble occaaion, I. Mrs. Job Tippins was shop ping in town Monday. ye Ivory Garters-no metal, no of rust.-The Babington Store, Inc. M Mrs. Mollie Holmes of Tyler town, was a week-end visitor to f,. Franklinton. eir Rev. C. N. Kimberlin went to Bt New Orleans again this week for treatment for his eyes. A, Hunter E. Dobson came up ca from New Orleans, to spend the hie week-end with his mother. na Royal Horse and Mule feed. Fatten your stock. b3 Love Bros. Inc. M Rev. C. T. Corkern who is sc attending the Baptist Insitute, spent the week-end with his family here. an Mr. and Mrs. Terregrossa and M Mr. and Mrs. Corkern of Zona, wc came up Friday to attend the R lyceum number. Mrs. P, B. Carter is in goga- B' lusa at the bedside of little Jose-d phine Richardson who is very ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Robt. Babington spent several days last week in New Orleqns buying furnishings for 'n her new home in Tylertown. Trade at the Boston Store and save money. Every dollar you spend gets a ticket on the free fr 1flour given away the first Satur- er day of each month. 1ti? 1 The schoolobserved Arbor day n on Friday last, with appropriate songs and readings and the h f planting on the campus of a live- b i oak tree by each grade. Mt. Hermon first and second n teams played two splendid games a ' of basket ball here Friday, car. b d rying off their usual easily earn d ed honors in both games. The Spragues in "Skyland 14 SFarm" at the auditorium Friday f n night, added to their popularity s t here and gave the lyceum attend- e L* ants one of the most enjoyable c treats of the season. Y Every dollar spent at the Bos- a r. ton Store gets a ticket. The i s first Saturday in every month at c r' 2 o'clock we give away two half- F barrels of White Dove flour, so I a trade at the store that gives bh flour away. 1 *. The South Mississippi Infirm d ary at Hattisburg, reports Miss to Jenie Burris having made the in best record on the mid-term test of all the nurses in training m there. We are proud of this ,i. honor won by Miss Burris and )r. appreciate news of this character :e. from any of our boys and girls. ad Miss Louise Payette joined Ur Misses Pope and Lewis of Tyler. er town; Sunday morning and ap companied btbem as har as New mt Orleans on their trip to St. Louis £t where they go to buy spring ~st goods for both branches of Beard er and Thompsonfirm. Miss Pay. to ette will go into New Orleans ay again Sunday and spend the he week completing her stock of of sample hats preparatory to cel of ebrating her' semi-annual style - 'show which will take place the middle of Ma1ch. J. W. Sones spent the week Find with Bogalusa friends. sevi bd Hubert Magee of Bogalusa, be Bel visited his parents the first of the week. I M. M. Moore is spending this call week in Hattiesburg and Lauirel, rep Miss., on business. pro Burt and Ellen Brock spent D the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Ne W. J. Dunn at Hammond. her he There was * a big crowd in tee Franklinton Saturday, as it was flonr day at the Boston Store. Fec Swifts Fertilizer. Any quan- lini tity ready for delivery. set Lbve Bros. Inc. is 18 1 Robt. S. Magee left Sunday for Jackson, Miss., where he ed goes to take a general business gir course. hoi M. 1. Varnado is recovering sal from a serious attack of pneu- Ma monia, having successfully pass- lad ed the crisis Friday last. cal Mrs. Minnie S. George and young grandson, Francis Coons of El Pasol, Texas, are guests of Mesdames Cozine and Love. riv Milton Bateman returned Sun- un from Angie where he spent sev eial days with his brother, John Bateman who is still very sick. Geo. Varnado of Folsom, and Avarice Varnado of Folsom, were called home last week by the ill- a I ness of their brother, M. I. Var- bai nado. Thi violin owned and played by Mr. Federicks is the famous Maggini. See it and hear at the scho 4 auditorium here Monday night. tra tra Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Varnado and baby spent Thursday with Mrs. N. D. Stringer, as they were moving from Pickwick to F, Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Self, Dan Bateman and Gene Magee visit- fr( ed John Bateman at Angie Mon. mnl day and report his condition $4 slightly improved. Es O. F. Monk sold his residence c Friday to F. F. Morgan, to give immediate possession, Mr. Monk expecting to move his family to Picayune Miss., at an early date. Miss Ozsie Simmrons came up . from New Or-leans for the week- to end at home, and with Miss Irma Magee of Spring Hill attended the lyceum number Friday eve* ning. O. F. Monk has reconsidered his resignation as depot agent th here and has purchased the 8a Abney property where he will ta I move his family as soon as Mr. Al s and Mrs. -Thomas can vacate the Li '' house. S T. C. McLain of Shreveport II was in Franklinton this week d looking out a location for his Y family. It is hoped he can be . suited here as Franklinton is 1- eager to secure him as a resi e dent. At a preliminary contest in the 1- I schoolauditorium Tuesday morn Le ing the following students were b rt chosen to represent this school 1 f. at the big rally to be held here it so Friday, February 20th. One boy is and one girl from each depart- i, ment, Grades, Pay Richardson, Dallas Magee. High school, 1 Orda Wood and Robt. Jones. IS , A few of h t the reasons vv i is You should buy Id your glasses from SL. L. Par ke r d of Tylertown, Miss, a .Better Fitted ! Cheaper- a is t 3R Every Pair 0 uaranteed rd and-A Home Man. ns >See him 1t. he when he F of comes el. rle One Day Odly. be O081oe over Bard & Thompsou's F1aWldtes, La. Mrs. Kopler of Amite, spent :* several days this week at the bedside of her friend, Mrs. H. C. * Bell. f Mrs. H. C, Bell has been criti cally ill with pneumonia but is 0 reported today as decidedly im proved. Mrs. P. E. Greenlaw went to" New Orleans Tuesday to be with her husband thru a treatment " he is having at Turo for his* n teeth and gums." s The left, or string hand of Mr. Federicks the world-famous vio Slinist who will appear at the school auditorium here Monday, is insured for $50,000. Y Mrs. Joe N. Magee entertain. e ed all the little nine year old * * S girlies of the town Thursday in * honor of the birthday anniver g sary of her little daughter, Lula m- Mae. After the games the little * ;- ladies enjoyed refreshments of cake and hot cbocolate. d Notice, 5 If 50 Horses and Mules just ar. rived for our stock pen, to be sold i. under guarantee. - Frank Howard, n The Horseman, d Bank Holiday. 'e Monday, February 23rd, being la legal holiday, the Franklinton * banks will remain closed all day. Washington Bank & Trust Co, d The Citizens Bank. s e For Sale. A used Ford Car for sale at at tractive figures. . o Frank Howard, h The Horseman. to Full Blood Eggs For Sale. n Highly selected eggs for sale t. from Utility and Special Mat . ling Barred Rocks, $2.00 and ,i $4.50 per setting respectively. Eggs delivered safely to pur chaser. :e Mrs. J. W. Sylvest, ve Franklinton, La. ik to Hardwood Logs Wanted. e. Highest prices paid for all 'P kinds of hardwood logs. Apply k. to A. L, Hickman, Supt., 3a Richard P. Baer & Co., 3d Bogalusa, La. Town Budget For 1920. Budget of Town of Franklinton for the year 1920: he Salaries of Mayor, Aldermen, Secre 'ill tary and pump tender....#...01,143 00 r. Attorney. ................ 50 00 ie Lights...... ............ 720 00 Bridges and lumber......... 600 00 Streets and drainage........ 1,000 00 ,rt Incidentals, books, stationery ek repaire to waterworks, etc.. $0000 is Total...........83,715 00 be Introduced and adopted February 3, 1920. C. S. E. Babington, Mayor. sl J, Adolph Pierce, Clerk. he Notice. n- Town taxes for year 1919 have !re been delinquent since January o1 1st. Pay now before any more ~re interest charges accumulate. moy Also annual street tax, $3.00 rt- is due and will .become delin D' quent March 1st. )ol, J. Adolph Pierce, City Clerk and Treasurer. Sheriff Sale.-1No. 3332. First State Bank Vs. ' Eugene Blanchard. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of an order of seizure and sale issued out of the 26th Judicial District Court of La., in and for Wash ington Parish, in above entitled cause, and to me directed, I will proceed to sell at public auction to the)ast and highest bidder, on Saturday, March 6, 1920 at the principal front door of the court house at Franklinton, La., between ed the le I sale hours for judicial salis, the to owing described property, be ing and situated in Washington Par ish, Louisiana, to-wit: Lots 89 and 40 in Block 131 in the City of Bogalusa, as shown by the map of the Great Southern Lumber m Co., together with all rights, servi tudes and appurtenances belonging. Terms of sale--aseb without benefit of appraisement. a This the 28th day of January, 1920. J. EBsstease, 8hurIt. Babington's Drug Store Incorporated. Oldest Drug Store in Washington Parish. o Pure Drugs Potent Drugs tLeading Patent and Proprietary Medicines Rexall Remedies--Satisfaction guaranteed or money back SToilet Articles Rubber Goods : And the Latest and Best in Stationery y Kodaks and Kodak Supplies. Leading Magazines For Sale *l _________ __ ___ * * Fresh Candies and Delicious Soft Drinks r- * SAgents for the AEOLAN-VOCAL NPhonographs. I $ We Take Subscriptions For Any Magazine or Newspaper. * THE CITIZENS BANK * OP FRANKLINTON, LA. SThe directors of this bank are large stock holders. It is their business to direct the affairs of the bank and to make personal examinations of the business, which they do at certain inter vals, thereby having an accurate knowledge at all times, of its affairs and safeguarding the interest of every depositor. The affairs of the bank are conducted just as much in the interests of the depositors as for the benefit of the stock holders. * The officers and directors of this bank real e ize that it is; in a measure, a public institution and that its interests and those of its depositors ad and the community are common. We solicit your banking business. "The Bank of Service" Hours 9:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. ail t Special! s t f Fertilizer ! 2Fertilizer! ! Fertilizer t! Agent For SSwift's and Planters * Call on me before you buy. Have two cars on hand and in transit. B. E. Bickham I 0**** ******** SOULE COLLEGE YUR 0NEW ORLEANS, LA. Highest Grade and Most Practical Courses i.1 Business, in Shorthand and in English. Best Equipments. Unm equaled Facilities. Complete College SHOULD BE EDUCATED Bank. Only School with Actual Store, TO SUPPORT THEMSELVES and Actual Money in which students keep the books and balance cash. pa' accommodations for ladies. Personal instruction. 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