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THE PRITR'S DEVIL By dh~ie Sug Qggm
_THE PRINTR'S DEL We Gott Notion to Do aF O ! M , PS `S '(wo NSN OR WOW 'O A10 ut ,º/,rERD 53,a)~ RýFUSýD ' prQ'ýG.ý1 ý ý ý ý ý S IAR IFQR VI '\ULsC PIon ,-= onmen I ' ~~SALARY PORYO!a NOW * 10 "i lo . ý " ý ýýii ý ý PUBLISHED WEEKLY. s`.. J. VOL BROCK, Editor. .Lj ! assecond class matter Aprii 5, 1910 a tomlce at Franklinton, La., under 8of Congress oi March 3. , 179. sing Rates on Application a all Communications to efra-Leader, Franklinton, La. SUBSOBIPTION RATES: eI ............. .uU in advance. 1Baths.. ... ....... 1.25 Months................ .,. Copies............. . *2 ston, La., March 10, 1921. is said to be Henry Ford'a hon to furnish every family e United States with an auto, e. Good! We're in a recep. iood, Henry. Send us a you consumed with a de. otravel young man? Then tight by systematically beat ipath from your home tc place of business. The rest easy. Masonic Address. William McDougall will Franklintoil Lodge No. A~ . M., on "The Symbo. :the Third Degree,' ay, March 17, 1921, 7:3C ocDougall is an informed and all who fail to hear miss a great deal. All Masons in good standing der of Lodge. SJ. Adolph Pierce, Secretary. ly Partly Afraid. quite afraid of a neigh `Recently he-4'as so ab. lis playing that he failed approach of Tige until he Child's heels. The boy and when auntie hur e he tried to be brave y exclaimed: "I Isn't inside where my heart iy legs that are afraid." - Under Lock and Key. Athens girls lived in the ttieilsn till their marriage. ly under lock and key. seldom permitted to leave mu, except on some great Occasion. Wyandotte Eggs. ver Lace Wyandotte Eggs, .rain, for sale at $2.00 per of 15. Cockerels $2 each. Hugh Burris, Franklinton, La, stable's Sale. A. Wiegan & Co. No 520--Vs. ie Magee., by given that by vir of Ptere Facias issued Ward Justice court, ahbington, La., I have Uproceed to sell at pub SMarch 19, 1921. sale hours, the fol fixtures: 1 can oakes, 14 one 2 cans tomatoes, 14 Sbaking powder, ·7 boxes starch, s8 6 Quaker corn era, 6 gross matches, 1lock, 8 gallons vin r, 5 pounds onions, i" tnk, 5 gallons oil. h with the benfl~t l28th day of Feb. Wiley Pierce, g~nti1. Who said 4ruth was sirarner than 4ion? "YOU'RE FIRED," said the editor. AND AFTER a brief. ) * * "UNLESS YOU can dig up. BUT TERRIFIC struggle, SO THE cub reporter. AND WHEN interviewed. DISAPPEARED FOR hours. BY OUR star reporter. BUT WHEN he recovered. GAVE OUT this statement. FROM HIS trance, he had, "HE'S A loony, all right. A STORY-here it Is, THE ASYLUM says, by Heck OUR DEPUTY constable. THE WORST they ever had. WAS WAKENED by the 'phone. WHY THE poor nut, AND A shrill voice cried. CLAIMS HE can copy, "FOR THE love of Mike, THE SECRET blend, BEAT IT here quick, OF THE cigarettes, * 4 , e 4 • AND NAIL a nut. THAT SATISFY." WHO'S TALKING wild. IN THE cigar store." N0-the blend can't b copied, It's * * * one way of blending fine tobaccos 20 for 20 cents THE LONG arm of the law. -both Turkish and Domestic-that * * * the other fellowcan't getonto. That's in air-tight packages. PU' ON his pants. why Chesterfields "satisfy," and Also obtainable in round * * * that's why only Chesterfields can tins of50, vacuum sealed SPED TO the scene, "satisfy." CIGARETTES LIGETrr & MYERS TOBACCO Co. Sheriff Sale,--No. 8272 Washington Bank & Trust Co. Vs. Houston Sheridan et als. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of fiere facias issued out of the 26th Judicial District Court of Louisiana, in and for Washington Parl~h. in the above entitlea cause and to me directed. I will proceed to sell at public auction to the last and highest bidder on Saturday, April 2, 1921 at the prindpal front door of the court house at Franklinton, La.. between the legal sale hours for judicial sales,the following described property, to-wit: 160 acres of land, more or less, be ing the sel of Section 39, Tp. 3, Range 12 east. Terms of sale: Cash with benefit of appraisement. This the 23rd day of February,%1921. J. E. Bateman, Sheriff. New Orleans Great Northern R, R. DAILY SERVICE Between Franklinton, La. and New Orleans, La, Bogalusa, La. Jackson, Miss. Columbia, Miss. Tylertown, Miss. Folsom, La. PASSENGER SCHEDULE North Bound South Bound DAILY No. 34-7:55 p. m. No. 83-5:25 a. m. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY No. 32--10:40 aim. No. 81-2:25 p. m. SUNDAY ONLY No. 86--11:05 a. m. No. 85-4:05 p. m. For further information apply to Tioket Agent, or M. J. MOMAHON, Traffic Manager, New Orleans, IA. 0B,. AVn , .. 4 . P.A. dew Orlesse La. EVER BILIOUS? Charleston, Miss.--Mrs. R. V. Heins, of this place, says: "1 have never had to use very much medicine, because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste In the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would take a dose or more of Black-Draught, and it would straighten me out and make me feel as good as new. We have used in our family for years THEDFORD'S B LACKO RAUGHT and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever sak,. It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my system in shape, and has never weakened me as so many physics do. I recommend It to my friends and am glad to do so." Black-Draught is the old, reliable liver medicine which you have doubtless heard much about. When you feel badly all over, stomach not right, bad taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try Thedford's Black-Draught. At all Druggists. Always Insist on the Genuinel 1.ft Shoe Repairing By Machinery. Save your money- A dollar saved is a dollar made. Send your Shoes to THE SHOE HOSPITAL, 37 Columbia Street,' Bogalusa La., where your Shoes will be ?enewed by the latest improved machinery. The old cobbling days are nearly done. We give special attention to outside trade and return Shoes by parcel post the day we receive them, We use best quality at lower prices. Ladies' Hand Turned Soles and French Heels a Specialty. We employ only the best skilled shoemakers. THE SHOE H9SPITAL 87 Columbla Street. IOGALUSA, LA. I Franklinton Lumber Company * * * Lumber * Mouldings * Sash and Roofing Doors Lime Lim Cement and Brick * We Can Furnish Anything in Our Line. See Us' V Before Buying. 4 LUCIUS BATEMAN, Mgr. " ONE CAR WEBER WAGONSI (Any Size.) ONE CAR OF PLOWS (Any Description.) 5 Having decided to give up handling Plows and Wagons, we offer to the public the above merchandise at ACTUAL COST. We bought these plows and wagons at a very low price and it will pay you to look over our stock. 3 ]Will be pleased to quote prices on request, I The Million Article Store oM. MARX, Prop. Box 527 - BOGALUSA, LA, Phone 150 The Advantages of An Account. The advantages of a bank account are many: Your money is in a safe place, ready when you want it. Your cancelled checks are receipts, india. putable evidence of payment. When it becomes necessary for you to borrow, our depositors are given the first consideration, "Safety" with "Service." 4% Interest Paid on Time Deposite. THE CITIZENS BANK FRANKLINTON, LA.