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Auto Owners, Take Notice!
On and after October 1st we will not work on I anything but Ford Cars and Fordson Tractors. This is done to enable us to give Ford and Ford- % son owners better service. We propose to have on hand at all times a com- ! plete stock of parts for the above. We have already employed another mechanic in our repair department and have placed orders for more improved shop machinery. We are sending our mechanics off to various special training courses conducted at various times by the Ford Motor Company for their dealers. This positively means more service, better service and quicker service for you, Mr. Ford and Fordson owner. IMotor Sales & Service Company. I.Ir' I THE CASE was over. WAS OUT of smokes AND WE jury.men. AND I talked to him. f o WERE LOCKED in a room. AND GAVE him one. AND ONLY one of us. OF MY cigarettes. WAS FOR conviction. IT MAY have been. AND HE stuck to it. JUST A coineidena .ALL THAT day. IT MAY have been. AND AT supper time. - BUT I rather doubt it WE FELT like sending. HE FINISHED the AmoW FOR ELEVEN suppers. AS I fnished my talk. AND ONE bale of hay. AND HE said, "All rght AND THEN all through. YOUR ARGUMENTS THE LIVELONG night. ARE LIKE your smokte * 0 * THEY 8ATISFY. WE TALKED and fought. T H .A BUT NO argument. • . . (HESTERFTELDbS "atasfy." WOULD SATISFY him, d And yet Chesterfields are mild. * * . With "body" enough to satisfy a AND MORNING came. cigar smoker, Chesterfields are . . . mild enough to suit any cigaretle A GRAY and cheerless dawn. smoker. They're mild and yet they o o . "satisfy." That is doubtless wh AND OUR stubborn friend. Chesterfields have so many frienrl o among both classes of sPokeru,... r. " 1op "-GetA~, STATE FAIR OF LOUISIANA AND National Jersey Cattle Show SHREVEPORT October 28 to November 7, Inclusive Record-Breaking Exhibits assured in AGRICULTURAL, LIVE STOCK, POULTRY and Other Departments. PREMIUMS, $40,000.00 Fun and Frolic for Man, Woman and Child AUTO RACES SPECTACULAR FIREWORKS AUTO POLO SNAPPY HIPPODROME ACI' HORSE RACES NOVEL GLADWAY SHOWS UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAMES MUSIC IN ABUNDANCE REDUCED RAILROAD RATES For Catalog write W. R. HIRSCH, Secretary, Shreveport "IT'S YOUR IFAIR-SO BE THERE" i I T r;ý`~..re. ... '4 i+.i . . r Local Items Brief Mention of Local and IPrsonal Happenings of The Week. The Era-Leader. Franklinton, La., Sept. 30, 1920. Free flou r-Saturday, October 2, at the Boston Store. Miss Agnes Dixon of Mt Her mon, visited Franklinton friends this week. Don't let anything prevent your attending the parish fair, October 13th to 16th. Jeff D. Van Jr., and brother, Frank of Magnolia, Miss., motor ed over to Franklinton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wacton and two children of Florinville spent the week-end with Mrs. Wacton's mother, Mrs. Rickie. Farm Wanted-Wanted to hear from owner of farm or good land for sale. Must be priced right. Write L. Jones, Box 51, Olney, Illinois. News from Mrs. Cozine at the Hattiesburg infirmary states that she is very slowly improving and sends greetings to her Franklin, ton friends. Mrs. Jodie Sylvest of Richard. son, is visiting her daughter Mrs. Angus Wood, thru the ear ly days of her bereavement caus ed by the death of her littl daughter. Mrs. Joe N. Magee went t( Bogalusa Saturday with hei daughter, Miss Velma Magee, who was successfully operated on for tonsils and adnoids at the Bogalusa hospital. Mrs. J. O. Brumfield spent the week-end in I.o.alusa and visited Mr. and Mrs. Lucienne Glover and the interesting little son, Lucienne Jr.. who made his ad vent into the home Friday. ' For Sale, I offer for sale my house and 113 acres of land, 2 1-2 miles south of Franklinton on graded road. For particulars apply to Dan Garrett. Council Proceedings. Mayor's Office, Franklinton, La. September 7, 1920. At a regular meeting of the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Franklinton, at which a quo rum was present, the following resolutioni was offered, and unian. imously adopted: Whereas it appears that the i' ,wn of Franklint.on is in tirge, neei of funids with whion to mu t the statutory and necessary ex penses of the said Town, and; Whereas, there is no funds in the treasury with which to meet said charges, and that it is nec eseary to aggauge to negotiate a a loan of, say Twelve Hundred ($1,200.00) Dollars payable out of the revenues of the said Town for the current year, from whatever source derived, and not other wise pledged. Therefore Be It Resolved, that the Mayor be and he is hereby authorized to negotiate a loan for the said sum of Twelve ttundred ($1,200.00) Dollars, payable March let, 1920, with Eight (8) per cent thereon interest, from date until paid, and for the repayment of the said loan, all revenues of the said Town for the year, 1920, from whatever derived, and not other wise dedicated, is hereby pledged and dedicated. Be It Further Resolved, that this resolution be annexed and made e part of the certificate rce presenting the said loan. C. J, Gayer, Mayor. H. F. Stafford, Clerk. I hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and cor. rect copy pf resolution pssedl by the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Franklinton on the 7tlh day of September, 1920 HI. F. Stafford, Clerk. "ORIGINALITY" WOMEN know the value of origin. The ality in millinery. WE know the word value of keeping what our customers that want. When we note the striking tells originality of our fall and winter hats we wonder where all of the ideas the came from to create such wonderfully story pleasing and harmonious effects. of Every hat is a creation of its own, in a class by itself, the color scheme our so perfectly blended that perfection Millinery seems to have outdone even itself. Most Popular of all Millinery Openings Our fall opening will be held on Saturday, October 2, 1920, and every woman in this com munity is cordially invited to attend and look over our stock, inspect our Hats, Dresses, Coats and Suits. Every member of the family is provided for in this stock. We can furnish just the thing that is most becoming to each. We are proud of the "Originality" and ex clusiveness that marks each hat and dress, and will take pleasure in showing you. Declare a holiday next Saturday and let your eyes feast on the lovliness on display here. Beard & Thomp son Phone No. 50. FRANK ITON, LA. Wash Pots Stone Hollow Ware Ranges Cook Stoves Table and Kitchen Ware Red Cedar Buckets Sorghum Skimmers Paints Oils and Varnish Roofing Valley Tin Flue Tile Everything in Harness The Noble Hardware Store Franklinton, Louisiana. Why the Aspen Leaf Quivers. The aspen leaft quivers easily be Cause it is broad and placed on n I;nlg, very plibhle stark. 'The tppet part of the st:rlk fs flattened, nod, being at right aht,'" ; ith the lent, is liable to be moved ~r the fuintest breeze. Dreamlng of Pennlea If you dream of pennies it's 9 I0 tou will recelve a letter from a ftrend at a distance which will Contal money. T'he contents will be In Pfa portion to the number of peulla your drepm.-Bchasl