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Fair Exchange No Robbery
You are dead right in demanding that every one of your
dollars bring you one hundred cents worth of value when
,op spend it. That's what we GUARANTEE you-a FAIR
XCHANGE. We keep on hand at all times a stock of
he purest and best to be had in
::]gs and Drug Sundries
Toilet Articles and
Ice Cold Drinks.
We guarantee that every article you buy from our store
will return you the full value. If you want to be sure to
- avoid accident, buy your drugs from us-they're so pure
and fresh you are sure to get best results from every pur
.IDEAL DRUG STORE
p. J. MACEl, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA.
)Swtion of Local and Personal
gsppefings of The Week.
nton, Lo., Sept. 2, 1920.
Eailie Bush returned Sat
ma visit to Delhi, I.la.
L 0, Terrbgrossa of
visited her mother Mon.
AMlaIgee of New Orleans, j
ttie weekend with his fam- 1
nes Mnette Corkern spent
week ed with friends at
j Della Jenkins of Pine,
the week-end with her,
i'rs. Joe Magee.
a work shoes, specia
Love Bros, Inc.
epaul Mrs. P. B. Carter,
.Texaas Carter, Mr. and
SCarter were Sunday
r. and Mrs. Joe Car.
brs. Will Kentzell of
'our town on Thursday
$ Mrs. Keutsell spend
Swith friends while
a Love and little Mary
rned Sunday from a
stay in Hattiesburg,
rs. Cosine for further
t at the infirmary, tho
her very much improv
Mrs. R. Fornea of
., moved back to Frank
t week and are doing
usekeeping in the up.
artment at Mrs' F. F.
's. The town is glad to
e thijs young couple back
ecia`l1y glad to secure the
services of Mr. Fornea
ting the' electric light
ess Strikes Unexpectedly!
and often creates unusual
needs which cannot wait.
Make Your Rexall Store
Your Family' Drug Store
will find there everything for ordidary and
A hurry call 'or phone message, No. 48
',always receives immediate attention.
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Born, on Saturday August 28, bi
to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wood a J.
Mrs. 1. J. Green spent Tues. W
day with Mrs. W. E. Warren at M
Hal Simmons of Zona, visited a
Mesdames I. J. Green and H. B.
Magee this week.
Ladies', misses' and children's m
Love Bros. Inc.
Mrs. J. C. Denman entertain- di
ed at special dinner Sunday, ft
guests being Mrs. C. N. Kimber. ci
lin, Miss Stella Pierce and Burt in
Miss Irma Bickham left Sun.
day for her home at Eagle Lake, J1
Texas, after spending several B
weeks with relatives and friends bi
in this parish.
The highway right-of-way from
Franklinton to the state line has s
finially been secured in its com- c
pleteness, titles to the last divi. a
sion having been signed Tuesday.
Watch our space in next week's
issue. Remarkable attractions
for your attention.
Beard & Thompson.
There are 'nany here in deep
sympatay with Miss Julia Mc
Neal, a former member of our
local faculty, in the deep sorrow
that came to her last week thru 1i
the death of her brother, a mem
ber' of the aviation corps station.
ed in Florida. Mr. McNeal was,
24 years of age-and an expert
flyer but lost his life in an acci
dent which occuredon a prpcti
cal flight, death being instanta
A Rat Breeds 6 to 10 Times a
Year, Averaging 10 Young
to a Litter.
Remember this, act as soon as
you see the first rat. Get a pkg.
of RAT-SNAP. It's a sure rat
Sand mice destroyer. It's conven
ient, comes in oake form, no mix
ing. Mummifies rat after killing
-leaves no smell. Cats or dogs
won't toudh it. Three sizes, 35c,
650, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed
by Ideal Drug Store.
Additional locals on last page.
Born: On Friday, August 27,
to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roberts, c
Mabel Burns of Bogalusa, t
spent this week with Mildred t
Fall gingham, serges and suit- e
ings for dresses of all kinds.
Love Bros. Inc.
Latest style purses in colors to
match every costume.
Beard & Thompson. t
Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Bean, O. B.
Magee and L. J. Simmons of a
Bogalusa visited in Franklinton a
We have the exclusive agency
for Goodyear tires, tubes and
Love Bros. Inc.
Johnny Sones of McNeil, La.,
returned to Franklinton last
week and resumed his studies in
the High School. He in making
his home with his aunt, Mrs.
J. E. Bateman.
Misses Et:nestine Wood, Emma t
Wood, Mildred Moore and Inez
Moore and Hunter Magee motor
ed to Bogalusa, Tuesday, August
24, and attended the Business
and Professional Women's social
given at the Y. W. C. A.
C. Doremus of Bogalusa, a for.
mer resident of Franklinton and
one who is still deeply interest
ed in our little town, spentTues
day here and in visiting old
friends gave our office an appre.
ciated call. Mr. Doremus is look
ing well and appears to be in ex
cellent health. .
Talmage Jones, son of M. R.
Jones of Zona, is established with
Beard & Thompson now, having
been placed in charge of the
men's and boys' department,
which this growing and progres
sive firm has just opened up in
connection with their ladies hats
and ready-to-wear. Mr. Jones is
showing keen interest in the
work and the new department is
sure to succeed from the begin
Mrs. W. H. Jenkins of Gor-,
man neighborhood died sudden
ly of heart failure on August 24,
interment taking place the fol
lowing day in the Corkern home
burying ground, Rev. C. T. Cork.
Mrs. Jenkins is survived by a
husband and 18 children who
have the sympathy of a large
circle of friends in their bereave
At the residence of . her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank M. Brown, with whom
she makes her home, MissBelle
Bahm was married Wednesday
at high noon to Mr. Luther Arm
strong of Ranger, Texas, Rev.
F. N. Sweeney officiating.
The groom works in the oil
fields of Texas and after congra
, tulations of the intimate friends
and relatives attending the cere
mony arid the informal refresh
ments served, the young couple
left on the afternoon tlain for
their Texas home, followed by
many expressions of love and
Horses & Mules
I have just received a
carload of fine Horses,
Mares and Mules that I
will sell under a full
On Sunday afternoon at the
Sunny Hill cemetery, the Wood
men unvei!ed a monument over
the grave of Hardy Victor Car
ter who died of flu while in ser
vice at Handcock, Ga., on Nov
ember 1st, 191i. i
The local camp was assisted
in the ceremonies by the Spring!
Creek camp while Rev. Lutz con
ducted the devotional exericises
and Judge P. B. Carter delivered
A large crowd was in attend
ance to do honor to the faithful
one who lost his life in the ser
vice of his country.
S Birthday Party.
The fourth birthday of Benton
Bickham, Jr., was celebratedi
Tuesday afternoon August 31st,
from 5 to 7, the occasion appear
ing to be a most joyous one for
the little tots.
Mrs. Bickham's beautiful lawn
proved ideal for the games and
after the play little refreshment
tables and tiny chairs were
placed in the shade and the
guests served with sandwiches,
ice cream and cake.
The birthday cake with its
glowing candles graced the cen.
ter of one little table and was
surrounded by the gifts present
s ed by the various visitors.
This bank will be closed on
Monday, September 6, 1920,
Labor Day which is a legal holi
day. All customers take notice
and transact business accord
SWashington Bank & Trust Co.
Fair catalogues are ready for
distribution. Enquire at this
office or of any business house
° in town and get a copy.
s Thursday at 4 P. M. the Wo
man's Missionary df the Metho*
dist church will meet at the resi
dence of J. M. Burris, Mes
dames Burris and M. J. Magee
being co-hostess. All the women
. of the church are urged to at
tend and make this a special
Sheriff Sale.- No. 8418.
Union Chappel A. M. E. Church.
0 otice is hereby given that by virtue of an
e order of seisure and sale issued out of the "tith
Judicial District Court of Louisiana. in and for
. Washington Parish, in the above entitled
cause and to me directed, ! will proceed to
sell at public auction to the last and highest
, Saturday, October 9, 1920
at the p. lnclpal front door of the court house
at Frani nton, La., between the legal sale
hours for jundicitl sales, the following des
cribed property, towit:
S. The north & of lot No. 6 in block
No. 16, in the Stephen E. Richardson
le First Addition to Bogalusa, La., as
per plat of same on file in the Clerk's
Office in this Parish, at Franklinton,
0 La., and being in the William Peter's
V. Headright No. 41. Township 3 South,
Range 13 E., St. Helena Meridian,
)il and being the same property acquired
by the Union Chappel A. M. E. of
A. T. Coleman, per deed of July 24,
1919, passed before C. Ellis Ott, Nota'
e ry Public, at Bogalusa, La.
ii Terms ot Sale-Cash with benefit of
This the 27th day of August, A.
J. E. Bateman, Sheriff.
Bargains In Auto
-Write for catalogue of
description and prices.
Ovee Mfg. Co. Agency
7611 Symcaore St., NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Notice of Application for Pardmon.
Notice is hereby given that I,
the undersigned, who was tried
and found guilty of manslaughter
and sentenced not less than one
year or ipore than 18 months at
hard labor in the State Peniten
tiary, on March 5th, 1920, am
applying for a pardon.
This August the 19th, 1920.
"- Special :
I For Saturday, September 4
* 48-lb. Sacks
* of Good Flour *
* Given Away
I At 2:oo00 P. M.
: TlHE BOSTON STORE:
F iWM. CARP, Prop.
FINE STOCK FOR SALE
Ten well bred Jersey Calves, 7 heifers and 3
bulls, from 3 to 8 months old and ranging in
price from $25 to $50. Also
Fine Jersey Cow with Heifer Calf $100.
Apply to W. Y. WOOD, Franklinton, La.
SGeneral Baking Co.
New Orleans, La., Aug. 26, 1920.
Effective September 1st, 1920, the price of
"Mother's Bread" is advanced to 13 cents per
loaf or two for 25 cents.
S Increased express rates are in force Sep
We have not advanced the price of our
bread previous to this time, as we we were
hoping the new crop flour would be much
lower in price, and that we would be able,
Sthrough a saving in flour to stand the in
creased express rates. There is very little
difference in price up to the present writing
between new crop flour and old, and we are
compelled to re-arrange our prices accordingly.
Yours very truly,
GENERAL BAKING COMPANY
A. H. Vories, Manager.
Sheriff Sale-No. 3363.
L. H. Holliday
.1. Ira Warren
26th Judicial District Court, State of
Louisiana, 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 the
above entitled cause andto me direct
ed, I will proceed to sell at Public
auction to the last and highest bidder
Saturday, September 11, 1920
between legal sale hours for judiciaS
sales, the following described proper
ty, being and situated in Washington
Lots 7 and 8 in Square 22, and lots
6,7, 8, 15 and 16 in Square 15 in the
Town of Hackley, La.
Terms of Sale. -Cash without ap.
This the 2nS4 day of Augast,1990.
J, ý. 8Rtomu Shw.
Sheriff Sale.--No. 8416.
First State Bank
Althea West Phillips.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an order of seizure and sale
issted 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 last and
highest bidder, on
Saturday, %eptember 18, 1920.
at the principal front door of the court
house at Franklinton, La., between
the legal sale hours for judicial sales,
the following described property be
ing and situated in Washington iar
Ish, Louisiana, to-wit:
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in block No.
14, and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 56, 8 and 7 in
block No. 16, in Richardson's Addi
tion to Bogalusa, La.
Terms of sale-Cash with benefit of
This the Uta day of August, 190.
J, , Dateman, Sheuf,