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11When Sickness Comes
When your doctor is called in, the next call is on the druggist. To your druggist is entrusted the responsibil ity of seeing that the remedies prescribed are carefully prepared, fresh' and pure, and of the .required quality. The one great big aim of our house is accuracy in prescriptions. We permit NOTHING to inter fere with this, and use every possible effort to safeguard your health. Are we your druggist? If not, may we not be? DEAL DRUG STORE J. MAGEE, Prop. PRANKLINTON, LA. Local Items3 ef Mention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. [he Era.Leadere linton, La., Maroh 11, 1920. NEURALGIA ACKS NERVES 4Liniment scatters ihe congestion and relieves pain ldle, applied without rubbing, will t immediately and rest and the nerves. 's Liniment is very effective in external pains, strains, bruises, stiff joints, sore muscles, lumba is, sciatica, rheumatic twinges. a big bottle always on hand y use. Druggists everywhere. . J. Dobson spent Mon- I Bogalusa friends. Huberta Bailey of Boga spending this week with . R. Johnson. sale-Tested' seed corn, em grown. Burris Bros,, Ltd. 5. W. P. Evans of Forest Ark,, is here for a month's th Mesdames W. J. Dob. W. S. Burris. y.Tism is a powerful an it kills the poison caused ected cuts, cures old iter, etc.-Adv. will have one tractor and a set of plows .on hand the ly part of March. gotor Sales & Service Co. Inc. any of our community who Mrs. Oliver Richard of use, formerly Miss Mary of Covington, are grieved news of her death Sunday uenza. late spring cold reached ax Sunday and by Mon. rning we had the surprise ng everything covered light coating of snow. A mixing of rain however elted the snow and later day moderated the cold ve way to fair and better r Tuesday. son Tractors" Manufac by Henry Ford and Son ly for the small farms e large plantations are em too with great suc. ey can be used for all farm work, hauling, and operating belt power We will be able to few deliveries after so if you are interest. your order early, as iug to be bhard to Dorthy Babington of Tyler. town visited her grandparents this week. Miss Martha Whittle spent the week-end with her sister here in the home of Mrs. C, C. Sim. mons. 666 quickly relieves Colds and LaGrippe, Constipation, Bilious ness, Loss of Appetite and Head. aches.-Adv. Hon. H, P, McClendon of Amite, La., visited his kinspeo pile, Mr. and Mrs. J. Vol Brock the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Poole spent Sunday with Mr. Poole's sister, Mrs. E..D. Wascom, who has been confined to her bed for many weeks. L. B. Renard went to New Or. leans Saturday to meet his mother who has just arrived from California to spend the spring in the Renard home here. For Sale--One eight wheel log wagon, four mules and all har ness complete. Also five good mules and four young mares. H. J. Smith's Sons, Covington, La. The High school basket ball team went to Amite Friday and played that team in a winning game, but went down in defeat before the Independence team the following morning. Little Lanier Babington, who has been a happy little visitor for the past fortnight in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley S. Burris, returned with her father Sunday to her Tylertown home. Rev. A. S. Lutz, Presiding El. of the Baton Rouge District, will preach in the Methodist church Thursday evening at 7.80 o'clock. A cordial invitaiion is extended to everybody to attend this ser vice. In order to give you quicker service, we have engaged another Ford Mechanic in our shop de partment, and a lady in our cler ical department so that now there is no reason why 'you should not get the very best and quickest of service. Motor'Sales & Service Co. Inc. Since the return of the rail roads to private ownership, the following appointments have been made in the management of theN. O.G.N.: M. J. Mc Mahon, Traffic manager, G. B. Auburtin and Wmin. T. Boardman, assistant freight and passenger agents, with offices in New nr. leans. Listen-Why not clean and re new those stained and blackened tombstones and make them look like new with O. K. Cleaning Compound. Also excellent for cleaning and polishing silver. ware, aluminum and metal goods of all kinds, Guaranteed to do what is claimed for it. At your drug store, price one pound boxes 50 cents, or from us direct on receipt of price. If sent by mail add postage. Directions on each package. Put up only by. Erwin Novelty Company, Franuklnto on, Mrs. B. E. Bickham visited her mother thru the week-end. Levy J. Simmons came up from New Orleans to spend the week-end at home Robt. Babington of Tylertown, spent Sunday here with his par ents Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bah ington. J. S. Brock of the State Bank ing Department, is here this week winding up the affairs of the old Union Bank. Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer. It relieves pain and sore nesscaused by Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Sprains, etc.-Adv. When you are in town always look over our accessory line, we handle only the best and are constantly adding every thing new, that is good for your car. Motor Sales & Service Co. Ihc. Mrs. H. P. Magee entertained Sunday at dinner in honor of her sister, Miss Edith Wood, who is leaving soon for Washington D. C. The other guests present were: Misses Doris and Winnie Magee, Ernestine Wood and E. E. Drake. For Sale. Horses, mares and mules. A large assortment of farm mares, four to six years old, welghing from 1000 to 1200 pounds; one pair weighing 2600; a pair of horses weighing 2800, and some mules up to 2300 a pair. This stock is all broke, gentle and good quality. Come early for bargains. Used Ford Car for sale. Frank Howard Franklinton, La. Style Show In School Audi torium. Wednesday, March 17, a style show with musical features, pan tomimes and special addresses will be presented to the 'public by the firm of Beard and Thomp son. * A small admission fee will be charged, the proceeds to be divi ded between the two churches of the town for benevolent pur poses. A cordial invitation is hereby extended to itll to attend. Miss Louise Payette, Head Milliner, Beard & Thompson. House For Sale. I offer for sale my residence in Franklinton, comprising a seven room house, two lots and barn for $2,000 cash, or part down with balance on easy payments. H. C. Richardson. Shoe Repairer. For first class shoe repairing send yonr shoes to Bogalusa Shoe Surgery, Bogalusa, La. Died. Mrs. B. B. Bond, of Aurora, died Friday March 5th, at the advanced age of 65 years, after a long illness, and was buried Sat urday in the Bond cemetery, Rev. C, T. Corkern conducting the funeral sertice. Manuel Mizell of Isabel, 35 years of age and son of Warren Mizell, after a life time illness, died Monday and was buried in the Mizell Cemetery, Rev. C. T. Corkern conducting the last sad rites. Mrs. Lucinda Parker, of Isa bel, died at the age of 70 years, Revs. G. H. Revere and C. T. Corkern conducting the services. Card of Thanks. During the siege of influenza and pneumonia with which our entire family was stricken and one was carried away in death, we felt the constant care and kindness of the dear people of this community, and we take this means of thinking every one who came tour assistance. Mr and rs. F, F MorganU, f~i Died The death angel visited our community the second time last week claiming as his victim this time, a grown up, Rev. J. B. Ful ton, pastor of the local Methodist church. Brother Fulton had influenza which developed into pneumonia and before he was known to be seriously ill he had passed away, the news of his death bringing consternation and grief to the whole town. His domestic rela tions were ideal, the congenial association of a sunny disposi- . tioned wife and six happy child- 4 ren making a happy home life which was appreciated and com mented upon by the old and 4 young of the town. His usefulness and worth spread beyond his own congre- 4 gation and were felt and thor. 4 oughly appreciated by the sister church, while his pleasing per sonality made a friend of every one he met, Dr. Fulton of New Iberia, La., a brother of the deceised, ar. rived here Friday morning and accompanied Mrs. Fulton, Miss Alma Fulton and Rev. Sweeney on their sad mission when the body was taken to Campti, in Natchitoches parish for burial. The floral offering was beauti ful and highly comforting to the bereaved, and every possible ielp and comfort were provided by the church and personal friends of the community. For the present at least the family will remain in the parson age, and Rev. F. N. Sweeney will supply the pastorate with one or more Sundays in the month. Notice. Since all effort is being centra lised on the play grounds at the High School it is requested that Thursday, the 11th, all interest ed will meet on the grounds by 10A. M., to plant shade trees and get grounds ready for plac ing the new play equipment. Bring shade, trees; full grown china trees and small water oaks especially being wanted. Teams for hauling gravel for concrete bases. Shovels, hoes and a rol ler for leveling grounds. Frank Bateman, Chm. Com. Parish School Board. Sheriff Sale-No. 854. Succession of Peter White, Deceased. 26th Judicial District Court, State of Louisians, Parish of Washington. Notice is hereby given that by vir. tue of a commission of sale, issued out of the 26th Judicial District Court of Louisiana, in and for Washington Par isb,in the above entitled and numbered cause, to me directed and delivered for execution, I will proceed to sell at public auction to the last and high eat bidder on Saturday, March 18, 1920 st the principal front door of the court house at Frankilaton, La., between the legalsale hours for judicial sales,' the following described property, be ing and situated in Washington Par ih, Louisiana, to-wit: North,half of lot seventeen in block seven of the Pierce Addition to Bo galusa, Louisiana. Said sale to be made for the pur pose of liquidating debts against the succession. Terms of sale, cash. This the 23rd day of February, 1920. J. E. Bateman, Sheriff. LoUIeVIU.5, Ky. Liberal massertnt gad full value pail SFURS guide .i1i gut Skim Succession of Maurice Heiman, No. 358 26th Judicial District Court, Washington Parish, Louisiana. Whereas, Goldie D. Feldman, widow of the late Maurioe Hei man, has petitioned the court for letters of administration on the estate of the late Maurice Heiman deceased, intestate. Notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern to show cause, if any they have, within ten days why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted by order of the court. This February 27th 1920. M. A. Thigpea, Clerk of Cout.t - " · . Incorporated. BRexall Renedes--Satisfaction guaranteed or oney back: Toilet Articles Rubber Washingtoods h. And the Latest and Best in Stationery Kodaks and Kodak Supplies. Leading Magazines For Sale = Fresh Candies and Delicious Soft Drinks i Agents for the AEOLIAN-VOCALION Phonographs. i i We Take Subscriptions For Any Magazine i or Newspaper. THE CITIZENS BANK OF FRANKLINTON, LA. 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