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Christmas Stationery to Her Liking. Our artistic selection of Stationery offers a sensible sug gestion for an always acceptable gift. Stationery that is correct, dignified and fashionable. Also a nice assortment of Christmas Cards. Come in and make your selections. Our Holiday Assortment of Cigars, Tobacco, etc. Is Sure to Answer Every Need. We handle the best brands and can fill your Christmas orders promptly and to your entire satisfaction. Candies---Pure, Fresh and Delicious. Christmas Candy is as mu h a part of the festive occasion as the Christmas Tree. Here you will find a big assort ment of regular and Novelty Boxes, and delicious, whole some candies for the little ones. IDEAL DRUG STORE M. J. MAGEE, Prop. FRANK LINTON, LA. Local Items Brief Mention of Local and Personal Happenings of The Week. The Era-Leader. Franklinton, La., Dec. 9, 1920. Xmas gifts for all the family atBabingtoni's Drug Store, Inc. likses Pearla Nettles and Peg xg0'M.llly wul', :I visit to [loga. lusa Wed iesday. Decorate your rooms with thr beautiful pictures you will find in our Christmas stock, Mrs. L. H. Magee. Mrs. D. Bienn was a visitor last week in the Carp home hav ngeomen over to make the ae Quaintance of her young nephew. 'Straight Salary: $35.00 per week and expenses to man or wo man with rig to introduce Eureka Egg Producer. Eureka Mfg. Co., Eat St, Louis, 111, Mr. and Mrs. Willis with Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Babington and little Lanler of Tylertown, motor. Id down Sunday for the after noon with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Borris. Miss Louise Payette went into N'!w Orleans Friday and took Vith her as week-end guests, Miases Copenhaver and Keitlhley and Miss Lewis of'Tylertown, all having a lively and interesting Visit. The little infant son of M r. Mrs. Wm. Carp was hastened to -ew 'Orleans Saturday to have a lumor removed from its head, Sihe operation being successfully performed and the little one 'epected back with its mother, A total of $40.00 in cash--1st prize $15 00, 2nd prize $10.00, 3rd Prize $7.00, 4th prize $5.00, 5th prme $3.00-will be given away Itour store. Thursday, Decem hr 23, to our customers. Burris Bros., Ltd. IPracti.al Gifts Are Sure To Please With each year there is an increase in the demand for sensible gifts 1"tI0oode that combine real usefulness with good judgment and good will. i .II have scores of good, practical gifts-and if you buy them' here you t tmi hnot have to pay special "holiday prices." A few suggestions may heltpfulj -Toilet Articles, Leather Goods, Perfumes, " Books, Stationery, Shaving Supplies, . Silverware, Smokers' Supplies, Jewelery, Etc., Etc. g yor list with you and yoi'l be able to select something suit for every name on it. t3p now and save time and worry, I bi ugtons DrgStore . 9nimt4*mmtt* o H. B. Magee is improving af ter several days' illness. Shop early-and at Babing. ton's Drug Store, Iuc., for best results. Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Win. Carp on Friday, December 3, a son, weight nine pounds. Toys acid Dolls for every size boy and girl. Mrs. L. H. Magee. Clyde Poole came up from New Orle;~ms and spent the week-end with his parents, M lr. and Mrs. M. U. Poole. Trade with us and ask for tickets on the $40.00 in cash prizes we are giving away. Burris Bros., Ltd. Judge P. B. Carter was up town Tuesday after three weeks illness, and even now seems to be recuperating very slowly. The most complete and beauti ful lot of cut glass we have ever handled, Select your gifts now. Mrs. L. H. Magee. Mrs. M. J. Magee is reported improving after a week,of in tense suffering from taking the serum treatment for rheuma. tism. D. B. Walker moved his barber shop into new quarters this week, adjoining Burris Bros., on Cleveland Street End is nicely established for his trade. Mrs. W. .1. Dobson spent sev eral days this week in New Or leans having taken in charge the little infant of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Carp as they carried it to special surgeons for operation. G. Sturm, Optometrist will be at the Ozone Hotel, Tylertown, Miss., "December 13 to Decem ber 19. Any one wishing their eyes properly examined will please call there. He will not be able to come to Franklinton un till after the first of next year. Act Quickly--If you discove a fire. Tell central to spread the alarm, all you ne,,d to do. The Fire Marshall. Mrs. Lucinda Howse of Rich. ardson visited Fianklinton Tues day. See tib beautiful Baby Doll to be be given away Chrisltms. Mrs. L. H. Magee. Hobson Brook of M'IcComb, spent the week-end with his bro ther', Dr. .1. L. Brock. Don't wog'ry about Xmas gifts. Ju-t tell us your wants. Babington's Drug Store, Inc. John M. Love was absent this week and a portion of last week in New Orleans and Meridian. Jardenieres of various sizes. Make attractive gifts. Mrs. L. H. Magee. The grand jury was in session the first three days of the week with very few investigations to make however. We have on band for immedi ate delivery, two new One Ton Ford Trucks. Motor Sales & Service Co. There were twenty white ap plicants for teacher's license last week, of this number only one being for first grade. Bishop McMurry of the Miss sippi Conference has appointed Rev. L. W. Cain to serve as pas or of the Methodist chuii rch here. -Bro. C~ain ('Xpec~s Ito arrive Fri Iy or S iurday. i e r'i, h, s c oing in t., r0 rui , if (iIIIr - rl and hop eM . c m tribute ' g;nl woti , g wOl'al iie tn our :, , ,;i town, He will preach ýº ri;(, N:\':thodist church Sunday It 11:00 A. M, and Sunday night. (ard of Thanks, Tor tie f rie~ds who so thought Fully broug:t aid and comfort luring the short illness and aragic deati, ;,f our beloved niece, Mrs. Mande Draughln Brock, we ire deeply grateful and take this means of thanking every one wbo in any manner ministered to the necessity and sorrow of the occurencf'. Your love and Sympathy w,\,e , ee test conso lation to us aid we thank all who were witl rs in this. Especial gratitude is felt for the service of Rev. Talkington and Rev. lutson, Mrs. Neut. McElveen, M rs. Billie Brock, Dillon, Miss. For Sale, Full Blood Hampshire Pigs, six months old. Cholera immune. If interested call at my farm at Spring Hill. J. T. Magee, Route2. Franklinton, La. For Sale. One Special Six Studebaker Car. Good as new, a bargain, $1350.00, W. O. Crain, Hackley, La. B. Y. P. U. Social. The quarterly social for the Senior B. Y P. U. was held Fri da.y, evening at the home of Mrs. J. C. Denman and was higlldy satisfactory from a recreational standpoint and also from a busi. ness view, as so much pep and enthusiasm were injected into the organization that the weekly meetings are already showing a decided inprovement, MIrs. A,. W. Ott Entertains. On Thursday afternoon from three to six, the Home Mission Department of the Methodist W, M. S. was entertained at tihe home of Mrs. M. W. Ott, where a good program was rendered and a pleasant social hour enjoy. ed, Notice. The parish tax roll is now completed, and we are ready to collect taxes, J. E. Bateman, Sheriff and Tax Collector. Bay War 8avinga Stamps (,lay i G REN rou want quick com ' forting relief frorm any 'external" pain, use Sloan's Liniment. Itdoesthejob with out staining, rubbing, bandag ing. Use fsly forrheumatism, neuralgia, aches and pains, sprains and strains, backache, sore muscles. Keepit handy 35, At1 :ýk . d ru pists See Friday's Picture Show A Five Reel show will be pre. sented in the school auditorium Friday evening, beginning at 7:30 sharp. Best feature shown yet by the Harcol Film Co. Adults 25 cents and children 15 cents. Pelletier Players December 17. Frinda,, (v"ninzg, Dccemher 17. ,t i,. sch,,l auditorium, Thle Prll-2tier Players, a dramatic troupe, lead by the noted Mr. Rene Pelletier, will present a play which none ca- afford to miss. This troupe has been well re ceived thru the whole circuit and it is in fact the highest priced entertainment of the entire course, and from the advanced notices the entertainment prom ises to he a rare treat Quail Supper For J. E. Noble. Under the capable manage ment of Mrs. Jas, Noble and the honoree's closest neighbor, C0. C. Simmons, Mr. Noble was sur prised Tuesday evening with a birthday celebration that "top ped" all social features of the week, A quail supper with all the substantial accompaniments, fol lowed by the "frills" too-cake, ambrosia and black coffee, made a feast satisfying to the most ex acting epicurean and was enjoy ed by the dozen friends who rushed in in a body on the host as he sat unsuspecting ,before the fire, in a play with the young son of the family. After the birthday feast cards were enjoyed thru the' evening, the pleasant diversion making all bearts glow with the warmth of friendship and wholly unmind. ful of any weight from the pass. ing year. A happy birthday in truth it proved to be. Notice For Publloation. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Otlice at Baton Rouge, La, November 12, 1920, Notice is hereby given that Lela B. Bickham, whose post.oflce address is Franklinton, Louisiana, did, on the 24th day of January 1920, file in this office Sworn Stgtement and Applica-. tion, No, 09397, to purchase the S W t of NE:[ and N W ofS E f, Sec tion 6ii, Township 4 .South, Range 12 IEast, St, Helena Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878 and acts amendatory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law," at such value as might be fixed by appraisement, and that, pursuant to such application, the land and timber thereon have been appraised, Two Hundred Forty & i8. 100 Dollars the timuer estimated 80,000 board feet at 02.00 per M, and the land $80.68; that said applicant will offer final proof in support of his applica tion and sworn statememt on the 25th day of January, 1921, before Clerk of Court, at Franklinton, Louisiana, Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase before entry, or initiate a contest at any time before patent is. sues, by filing corroborated affidavit in this office, alleging facts which Would defeat the entry. IN. D. Glanelloni, Register. Become a stockholder in the United States-buy War Savirg 8tumps, J Sale Still On! . * AT *A I LOVE BROTHERS, Inc. * * * Wonderful Reductions on our * Entire Stock to Continue * SThrough the Holiday Season. * Our Bank Is..... The Old Bank The Strong Bank The Conservative Bank We invite you to start a checking account with us. Get one of our interest bearing certificates of deposit and it will afford you rare pleasure to Watch Your Money Grow Every deposit in our bank is guar teed by the State Guaranty Fund. TYLERTOWN BANK TYLERTOWN, MISS. Here Your Money Savers* Best Sugar, per lb-----------------.... 10c Green Coffee, Victoria, per lb--------l0c Broke Grain Rice, per lb, ------.--5. Sc Bacon Bellies, per lb----------------28c White Lily Flour, 24-lb. sacks ----- $1.60 Good Luck Self-rising Flour, 24 lbs--1.65 Octagon Soap, 3 bars--------------- 25c " Washing Powder, 6 boxes-----------25c " Here My Money Losers . Helen Lawton Coffee, big can $ * with cup and saucer_ -. .25 S Helen Lawton Coffee, 1-lb. can------ 40c French Opera Coffee, pure, 3-lb. can $1.00 Roman King Coffee with Chicory big can--------------------------75c Prices Effective December 1st. SB. E. Bickham: OUR MOTTO: "Quality, Weight, Price and Service." 6****~f ** For Sale. Improved Mississippi Farm 160 acres, located in Pearl Ri. ver County,Miss.,near church and school and five miles to town. There are 35 acres in cultivation, and some cut over timber and open wood pasture. Has orohard of about 100 trees, Soil is sandy loam with clay subsoil. Corn, po. tatoes, cotton and etc., are prin. eipal crops. Improvements con eists of six room house,, newly built, large barn, and other out buildings. Fenced all wire. Price is $75 per oacre with possession in the Spring. For further informa. tion write or see. Mrs. J. J. Fornea, Pioayune, Miss,