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VWhat You Can't Get
In a first=class drug store these days
does not make nearly as long a list
as what you CAN get there. Our
store is no exception to this rule.
Everything is up-to-date--fairly
priced-in full assortment.
DEAL DRUG STORE
;. MAGEE, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA.
Iocal Items L
Mention of Local and Persona)
S~ppenings of The eek.
lnThe Era.Leader, .
Sftklloton, La., Feb. 17, 1921.
, abington of Ty lertow n,
4ted Flranklinton friends Fri
' ,L Pierson is convalescing
ra critical illness thru the
Buidinr material-line, birick,
entdoors and eash.
C. S. E. Babinrton.
4lts. L. L, Lampton of Magno
jpeat several days of last
ith her mother M rs. Ellen
jJ.IraWarren and Miss
Warren of Hackley,
dinner guests Sunday of
aUle**About 7000 stalks of
Salnefur sale. For partic
S D. L. Bateman.
1a rs. Fontaine Poole
.d Mrs. L. J. Simmons
'were Sunday guests
Md Mrs. C. C. Siml.
hazier Wilson, Poultry
from Baton Rouge,
sday and Thursday
Miss Crouse, local
ther they visited
s of the parish.
reliet f br
Just 'gsed Stoah&
adbtrotiht a lmild
e to Bis face:
o ies Pesulting
*frsins, lame back,
Tihan anything we could say about
the value of
* Is its tremendous number of sales.
cough remedies combined do not sell as
well as this, I
stan ahid hi f imt . pii t, and
tee that it will bring you prompt relief.
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Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Chester
spent the week-end in New Or
Misses Copenhaver, Keithley
and Richardson visited Bogalusa
Mesdames H. B. Magee and
A. G. Smith are spending this
week id New Orleans.
A full stock of all kinds of'
fence wire at right prices.
C. S. E. Babington, 1
Mrs. D. B, Walker enjoyed a
visit of several days last week ,
from her brothier, E. Applewhite,
Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Warreu
and infantofiHacisley, spernt Sun
day with Mrs. Warren's mother,
Mrs. C, C. Fortinberry.
See me before y6pU buy that 1
wagon ur buggy as I can save
C. S. E. Babington.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Monk,
Burt Brock and Miss Bazel
Spring motored to Bogalusa S'at
urday and spent the afternoop.
Senator Lowry Love of Hatties
burg, and brother, R. D. Lave,
lumberman of Poplarville, spent
several days this week in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John
L. W. Wilkinsonpistrict Mane
ager of Farm Deimonstration,
with J. V. Rabb, spent Thurs.
day Friday and Saturday in do
ing organization work among the
farmers over the parish. -
Rev. Spurgeon Wixgo, of Sli
dell, will preach at the Baptistj
church next Sunday morning
and evening. Rev. Wingo will
arrive Friday and will speak Fri
day night. His messages will
be helpful.` A cordial welcome is
extended to att.
S H. E. Pettus, Pastor;
St. Valentine's Day was vari.
ously celebrated by the school
boys and girls on Saturday Since
they have.no week day entertain.
ments. The Home Science class
was entertained at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Chess Jones; one
patrol of the Girl Scouts at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. W.
Ott arid another patrol at Mr. and
Mrs. J. Vol Brock's while the
Junior B. Y. P. U. was entertain.
ed by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bate.
D. H. McCreaxy of Evergreen,
Alabama, spent several days here
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Richard
son of Bogalusa, spent Sinday
with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Magee.
Mr. andMrs. T. C. Sheridan
and infaht daughter of Iogalusa,
visited Franklinton friends Sun
For Sale-Hampshire pigs four
months old. Meat hogs, 75 to 100
pounds. Hrstes and mtules.
C. S. E. Babington,
Mrs. Thos. E. Pigott was over
fromr. [ogalusa the first of the
week, visiting her father, Mr. J.
Walter Brumtield, and sister,
Mrs. H. J. Chester.
Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Bean and
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Magee of
Bogalusa spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bab
H. E. Dobson with the New
Orleans Electrical Co., has been
granted a fortnight's vacation
and is at home trying to recup
erate as his health has not been 6
good for several weeks.
MI. J. Schillin¢, one of the al
ways reliable citizens of Mt.
Hfermon, sends greetings this t
wet' to The Era-Leader and t
\WaVhington Parish friends, friom r
14xp , Virginia, where Ihe is so- a
j w rning 'for the p'-e ent.
Joe H1. Simpson, of thIe. Mem a
phi lis-,- of the Western'News- 2
) ifror C nio-nrvisited Frank linton
this week on business for his
house and remained over a day
or two enj ising the country sun-f
shine and tlhhing,
Sylvester Richardson, a for
mer- hi',.orel citizen of Fra-anklin'
ton but for the past 45 years a f
resident of East Baton Ronge,
visited old friends and kin here
last week. Mr, Richardson is
now 81 years old and seems hale
and active, arid proved a most
interesting visitor in our office
Miss Ernestine Wood who was
one of the charter members of
the Business and Professional
Women's Club of logalusa, went
over Monday to attend a special
Valentine social given by the
club, and aftel enjoying the de.
lightful social feature remained
over till Tuesday. morning vislt.
ing Bogalusa friends.
Mr-s. Daisiy Courtney of Bos
ton, Mass., representing the Un.
ited Drug 'Co., with the Rexall
remedies especially, is spending
the week very profitably with the
ladies of the. town giving some
greatly needed helps on the pro
per care of the hair and skrin,
Mrs. Courtney is giving lectures
and practical .demonstrations in
every neighborhood of 'the com*
"ho To Sunday SchooL. Day."
The Methodist Sunday School
will observe "Go to Sunday
School Sunday," February ,20,
and every member of the church
is requested to be present with
your famill and help make a
great day of it. Make the at*
toudance at least 200.
J. I. Covington, Supt.
Eggs For Sale.
Buf Rock, $2.00 per sitting of
47 4t D. B. Fendlason,
R 1, Mt. Bermon, La.
School Sends Relief Fund.
Teachers and pupils of the
Franklinton High School contri
buted $75.00 to the European Re'
lief E'und, the amount being for
warded several weeks in advance
L of the amounts contributed by
individuals and various organise
tions of the town.
Eggs For Sale.
Pore bred Barred Rock eggs
for hbatcbing-1.00 per setting,
- G. V. Jones,
IRouw2, jS MoOat
" BUL L"
tobacco makes 50
good cigarettes for
Miss Nallie Samuel of the
High School faculty, entertained
Saturday evening at a brilliant
"Valentine Festival" in honor of
the Class of '21 and her Sunday
The reception room was beau
tiful in its decorations sugges
tive of the popular fete while,
numerous games and,contests ,
appropriate to the day were suo
pervint d by the various bostesses
and entered into joyously by the
24 appreciative guests. Progres
sive Six Hundred then filled the
remainder of the evening until a
call to the dining room for re"
freshmente revealed a table res
plendent in favors, flowers and
liglLts, the rose and heart idea
prevailing thruout, even the
cakes and ices conforming in
form and color.
Toasts.and .music closed the
program and the classes of '21
unanimously voted their hostess
and the delightful entertainment
at the head of the season's so
Renard Gets Pension.
L. J3. Renard, veteran of the
Spanish American war and after.
ward disabled, has been granted
a pension of $30 00 per mdnth by
the U. S. government, payment
beginning with the notice he re
ceived this week,
A French writer says that a girl
is a perscn we stop kissing at 12
and begin tp kiss again after she
is 20,-B9ston Transcript.
66 Will break a Cold, Fever and Grippe
quicker than anything we know, preventing
Visitor (to Johnnie who has up
set a bottle of ink over the new
carpet.)-Tut, t'ut, my boy; it's no
use crying over spilt milk.
'Johnnie-Of course not. All
you have to do is to call the oat
to lick it up. But this happens
to be ink, so mother does the
To my premises about three
`miles south of Sunny Hill, five
m6nths ago, one brown mare
mule colt, about two years old.
Owner may get same by proving
ownership and paying all costs.
G. F. Bankston,
46.4t Sunny Hill, La.
"Esther," questioned the teach.
er of a member of the juvenile
clase, "what is the difference be.
tween electricity and lightning?''
"Youdon't have to pay notha
ing for lightning," oame the
s prompt reply.-Eiverybody's Mag
666 is a preseriptioa for Colds, Fever
asdlaGrippe. It's the most speedy
remedy we kow.--Advertisemnt.
1, the undersigned, convicted
of grand larceny at the Decem·
ber termr 1917, in the criminal
s court of Washington Parish, La.,
and sentenced to serve five to
seven years in the state peniten
biary, am applying for pardon.
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f We Are Still Chopping Values 3
Groceries so reduced we can't quote
* prices, as every shipment is marked
* as soon as goods are received and if
* there is a chance of even a half cent
reduction we pass it right on to our
customers, trying our hardest to help
* along, in every way possible, the
* purchasing power of your dollars.
New Spring Goods Arriving
daily, and priced so reasonably that
* a dollar reaches far enough to cut
* out the cry of hard times.
* Let us help you quickly BACK TO
S NORMAL by supplying your needs
at the most reasonable rates.
*BURRIS BROS., Ltd..
The Conservative. Path
Many years of experience in bank
ing, convince us that conservative
methods are always best---best for
the bank and best for the people.
Having gained a reputation for
careful,' conservative management,
we shall steadfastly endeavor to
Capital and Surplus - $90,000.00
Franlinton Lumber Company 3
Roofing Doors Z
" and Brick
SWe Can Furnish Anything in Our Line.
SLUCIUS BATEMAN, Mgr.
If you like the open road, the flash of the suanlight on purling
brooks and tangled wild wood, the flickering ca
nooks-.and it you believe that romance s b" p'Ghid rely
life-then by all means see Americal' Ob eader Aco o
Frank Keenan I iIderiin E ers."
Waverley Tatre, Friday,.February 18
S harp. rPrie 15C and 35c.