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The Era-leader. [volume] (Franklinton, La.) 1910-current, September 29, 1921, Image 5

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Good to Eat and Worth Eating
Cool Off! It is the easiest
ce Cream Coothin in theorld.
Ice COf lJust step into our
cooling station and get a dish of delicious
1andies ice cream, the real stuff, and ice cold.
fTry our candies. The taste lingers long
Sft Drinks after the candy disappears.
IDEAL DRUG STORE
M. J. MAGEE, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA.
Local Items
diMen!tion of Local and Personal
Bppenings of The Week.
rTe Era-Leader.
fnrtkllnton, La., Sept. 29, 1921. I
_____________________________________________________________
Mrs. C. V. Forshag is out again et
pr a week's serious illness.
Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Brock and M
r, and Mrs. 0. E. Brock of Mt. ol
on, visited here Sunday, gi
for Sale-Second hand Ford
ring car.
C. S. E. Babington. r
Mrs, W. F. Simmons and son,
gfred of Bogalusa, spent the
.end with Mrs. D.B. Walker.
obhn Richardson went to Jack
Miss., Sunday and entered ti
ps College for the regular v
course. a
It you want a good Ford car
p as dirt, better see me at d
Otto E. Passman. I
Misses Carrie and Melba Car- (
r, Alberta Thigpen, Lillian and t
lice Magee left this week for
peandria, to enter Louisiana
ege. t
Mrs, W. S. Burris and son, v
rs. Robt. Babington and little i
ughter, and H. E. Dobson vis. i
relatives in Hammond the i
of the week.
Monday and Tuesday, October
and 4, also Wednesday, Octo
12. are Jewish holidays and
SBoston Store will remain
ed on all of these holidays.
J D. Magee has let a contract
#family residence to be built
"the lot adjoining Mrs. Ada
gton on.the north, much of
building material being al
on the grounds.
REE
&OR LIMITED TIME ONLY
Big 50c Jar of Wonderful COMBINATION
BEAM JONTEEL with the purchase together
one 50c box of Face Powder Jonteel and one
compact of Rouge Jonteel. Three Famous
utifiers for the Price of Two.
We make this exceptional offer so that you
ay get acquainted with this most delightful
'[email protected] cream. A cream for softening, healing,
autifying the complexion. Simply wonderful
a base for powder. You love to use it--it's
;ragrant, cooling and refreshing.- Stimulates
tissues and makes you feel-as well as
h.k-lots younger.
FACE POWDER JONTEEL is a soft, invisi*
ile powder with a remarkable clinging quality.
'You notice the difference at once.
ROUQE JONTEEL is so lifelike. Matches
our own natural flush perfectly. Comes in
nvenient compact form to carry in purse or
et.
Y ou can secure these Jonteel Beauty Re
sites only at The Rexall Store.
ton's Drug Store, Inc.
Mrs. R. H. Magee and little
daughter of Varnado, spent the an
week with Mrs. S. H. Burris. E
Mr. and Mrs C. Doremus of
Bogalusa, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Doremus, tu
Don't forget-Saturday, Octo. fu
ber 1, is "Flour Day" at the W
Boston Store. Bring your tick.
ets. er
Mr. and Mrs. Julian King and la
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Babington a
of Tylertown, were Sunday Or
guests of Mrs. W. S. Burris. h
WI
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hood are
housekeeping in the Angus Wood
residence on Main St., vacated cl
when Mr. and Mrs. Wood mov- h
ed to Covington. di
m
Mrs. W. J. Dobson left Tues
day with Mrs. Noble and Miss
Hunter of Hammond, on a motor
trip to Arkansas for a month's
visit with relatives in Forest City W
and Wynn.
Mrs. D. R. Johnson left Mon- b
day for a few weeks' visit with ti
her sister, Mrs. Henrietta Mc
Kowan at Lindsay, La. Little
Griffith Johnson is with his mo
ther on this visit. o
t!
r Misses Annette Corkern and F
Natalie Magee returned Monday a
to their studies at Baylor Uni- i,
versity, Miss Elmer Corkern go" t
ing also to Wa'co, to enter the 1
infirmary for a course in nurs- a
3ing. i
The Franklinton Methodist
r church will observe a great "Get 1
Together Meeting" at the 11
I o'clock service hour on Sunday, I
° October 16, at which every mem
ber of the church with relatives
;t and friends who may not be 1
It members, are most cordially in
a vited to be present. A register
ýf of all present will be kept and it
I1- is hoped to make it a wonderfully
joyous occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Olan Varnadol Mir
and baby spent the week.end Lexie
here with relatives, here 1
Mrs. N. D. Siringer entertain- B Ž
ed her sisters, Mesdameýs Magee en as
and Burris, at Sund:.y dinner, her 4
Mr. and Mrs. John Mullings
of IBogalusa spent svral dHys Mr
this week with Frankliunton rela- has r'
tives. serioý
Sale still on with wonderfull week
M rs.
bargains every day. Come get is loo
your moneys worth,
Mrs. W\V. E. ickham. Th
was (
L A. Pierce, Warren Mizell, I. noon
L. Keaton, Misses Iva Keaton mics
and Ina Mizell, all of Bogalusa, terta
spent Monday in Franklinton. being
Bargain-Second-hand mower visiot
and self dump rake, used one At
season. verti
C. S. E. Babington. Coco
Miss Hazel Booty was the for. page,
tunate one to receive the beauti. tion 1
ful art square given away at M rs, ular
W. E. Bickham's sale last week. and E
Coco
Hon. Jess Johnson spent sev
eral days here with his father
last week, leaving Friday to join An
a hunting party in Texas, to go rapic
on down into Mexico for a big Dave
hunt, He will be absent several
weeks on this trip. and
tal hi
W. E. Warren of Cumnock, low j
closed a deal last week whereby on R
he bought the C. J. Gayer resi from
dence in North Franklinton and and
moved Mrs. Warren and the chil- man.
dren down for the benefits of our new
splendid school and churches. soon
For Sale--One farm, 20 acres
with residence and improve.
ments, 1 3-4 miles from Frank. In
linton and 8.4 mile off Bogalusa by I
highway, fences in good condi- to tl
tion; $900.00 on easy terms. trait
J. D. Wood. brar
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Varnado as L
of Cheraw, Miss., moved back to each
their Franklinton residence on is gi
I Railroad avenue last week and as tl
are welcomed as permanent res- ted
idents of our town. Prepara- trail
tions are being made by Mr, retu
e Varnado for opening up a gener
al mercantile business this fall
in the old S. H. Burris stand. T
t My business is like the Tarra. Mrs
t pin climbing the hill, slow but 21,
1 sure to get there. Because it is T
, being built on a solid foundation, lar
. Equal rights to all, and special Oct
a privileges to none. Nice line of ter
e groceries, creamery butter, cab 'I
- bage, rutabagas, fruits, also tow
r lunch baskets of allesizes. tel
it F. W. Magiee. sen
ly With the arrival this week of the
Miss Gatewood irom the Wo.
man's College of Hattiesburg,
Sfor English and History, and a hel
contract with Prof. Eddie String- bet
field for'Science and Mathema
tics, the High school faculty here tiol
is now complete with what is Fe'
considered the strongest force
taken all around, and the best ex
enrollment the school has pver be
had, Everything is moving off Be
smoothly now and there is evi- m.
dence of much good work being
done.
Charm School Indeed! so
Let's go to school again: Wal
lace Reid will open up a new one S
in his new Paramount picture at
the Waverley Theatre, It's for
girls only and there are fifty
beautiful girls, all under twenty,
as pupils. This is not just aplain,
everyday school, but an institu
tion where the girls are taught
how to be charming. Wallace h
Reid is the principal. The new a
picture is entitled, "The Charm
School." Come see it boys.
Special Address. e
At the 11 o'clock preaching ri
hour at the Baptist church on C
Sunday next, October 2nd, a spe
cial address will be delivered by
Hon. J. K. Johnson, one of Boga. S
lusa's active laymen. Everybody i
invited to hear .this talk which a
will be addressed chiefly to bus. a
inBes men. At 8 o'clock of the c
same day Mr. Johnsen will meet t
the men in a Brotherhood dis-.
cussion and probable organisa.
tlon,
___I
Miss Spencina R. Brock, of 4
Lexie, Miss., visited relatives
here the first of the week.
Beautiful art square to be giv
en away on last day of sale, Octo
ber 4.
Mrs. W. E, lJiekham.
Mrs. K. I. Bean of Bogalusa
has recovered from her long and
serious illness and is here this
week with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. T. M. Babiugton. 1l rs. Bean
is looking well indeed now.
The senior class as a whole
was entertained Tuesday after- 4
noon by the senior Home Econo.
mics department, delightful en- 4
tertainment and refresl:nents, 4
being enjoyed under the super-.
r vision of Miss Britt.
e Attention is call.d t, Ihe ad.
vertisernent of the HogAlnsa
Coco-Cola Company on tie list 4
page. This is the second redluc.
tion they have made in this pop. 4
ular drink in the last few months 4
and enables the retailer to sell 4
Coco.Cola at the pre-war price of 4
five cents per bottle. 4
An attractive bungalow is being 4
rapidly completed adjoining the
Dave Varnado residence on R. R.
L Ave., sameto beoccupidd by Mr.
and Mrs, Olan Varuado. Mater
ial has been plated for a bungas
ý' low for Mr. and Mrs. Otto ýurris
y on R. R. Ave. across the street
from D. F. Foil. Messrs Varnado
d and Burris will assist in the
1 management and operation of the
r new mercantile business to be
soon opened by D. A. Varnado.
Better Railroad Service.
' In response to the plea made
a& by Representative M. J. Sylvest
to the Railroad commission, the
train service on the Boguechitto
branch of N. O. G. N. will remain
Lo as heretofore, two trains daily
to each way. Even a better service
n is granted under tie new ruling,
d as the Bogalusa wait is elimena
s" ted on the morning schedule and
a- train goes directly on to Jackson
r, returning same night.
rl Wayerley Notes.
The Waverley Club met with
a" Mrs. W. S. Burris on September
t 21, at four o'clock.
is s was a special business
meeting preparatory to the regu
PD lar year's work, which begins
al October 14, with Mrs. P. B. Car.
of ter as hostess.
b. The club decided to contribute
so towards a gift for the president of
the State Federation of clubs. A
telegram to Senator Johnson was
sent commending his support of
of the Bill of Rights for Women.
•o. Plans were outlined for a pio
nio on the playgrounds, oompli
g mentary to the teachers, to be
a held on Friday afternoon, Septem
2* ber 30, at 4:30,
na- At this time, under the direc
are tion of Mrs, L. B. Foil, a,"Forest
is Fete" will be presented.
rce The olub decided to bear the
et expense of having the school Vie.
trola repaired, which has since
ver been done. Plans for a Better
off Babies contest at the Fair were
evi. made.
ing Mrs. Burris, assisted by her
mother, Mrs. W, J. Dobson, serv
ed morguerites and iced-tea. The
social hour was much enjoyed by
all present.
St. Tammany
Parish Fair
COVINGTON, LA.
October 13, 14. 15,16,1921
Excersion Rates
have been authorized froth Lexie
and Tylertown, Miss,, and all
stations in Louisiana on the NEW
ORLEANSGREAT NORTIERN
RAILROAD. Tickets will be on
sale October 12th to 15th inclusive,
and for trains soheduled to ar*
g rive in Covington before noon,
n October 16th.
Special Excursion Train
a. School Day, Friday, October 14
Y Leaving Slidell at 8:00 A. M.
hb and will make all intermediate
5* stops to accommodate school
ýe children attending the Fair, Re
et turning will leave Covington at
Ls 6:00 P. M.
* P M, J. McMahon,
TraImo Monsger,
" NOTICE!
e We are just now receiving our fall line of *
Dry Goods and Shoes and have just completed "
our full line of Groceries.
* ATTENTION, PLEASE!
* We are going to offer our customers some
* thing extra special on Thursday to Saturday.
We are sure we can save you money:
1st.-Our policy is to sell at small profit and turn our
money over often.
2nd-Because we have bought our goods at the very
lowest prices, to give you the benefit,
f Sugar per lb ............... 5c Rex Sugar Cured Ham, lb.. 26c
* Blue Rose Rice per lb....... 3c Bolton Grape Juice, pint.... 35e
* Soap, 2 bars............... 5c Sliced Pineapple, 2-lb. can.. 28c
Sardines, 2 cains............. 5c Desert Peaohes, 2-lb can.... 23c
* Listen to This:
* Starting S pt. 20 and ending Oct. 15, we are going to GIVE to
* every 100th customer in our Store one 24-lb. sack of good FLOUR
" FREE, and to every 500th customer one pair of SHOES FREE.
We take your name and number as you come in our store. ,
Don't fail to come as every purchase counts.
OT 010 E. PASSMAN CO. :
Phone 104. Franklinton, La.
....f*0e***e**************
We Learned the Lesson
Living from hand to mouth is the sure path to dependence
and despair. As indivuale we must heed the law of SUPPLY
and DEMAND,we must not forget that leans years will come
again. The price of Cotton is now up because of the shortage
of snpply for the World's need. To those who are short.sight
ed and extravagant this prosperity will be seasonable and tem
porary. Hence, conservatism and thrift must be the slogan
diversification and curtailment of acreage must be practiced to
keep up the price.
Save all you can. We pay you 4% interest on time
deposits.
"Service" with "Safety"
THE CITIZENS BANK
FRANKLINTON, LA.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
NEW PRICES
(F. O. B. DETROIT.)
Chassis - - $295
Runabout - $325
Touring Car- $355
Truck Chassis $445
Coupe - - $595
Sedan - - $660
These are the lowest prices of Ford cars In
the history of the Ford Motor Company.
Orders are coming in fast, so place yours
promptly to Insure early delivery.
MOTOR SALES & SERVICE CO, Inc,
YuU e1k1 of Leul DI i fAor ss, et The EW n m ia oVMg,

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