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TfHEN GUESS why we are.popular l with the school children as well as with the grown=ups. The answer is easy. We please them, and our sweets and sodas are irresistable. Complete Line of School Supplies. New Shpment Cut Glass Just Received. IDEAL DRUG STORE . J. MAGEE, Prop. FRANKLINTON, LA. 'lam-- -- r Local liems The Era-Leader. p krl inton, La., Oct. 13, 1921. . ,, . .. . . gee Beautiful Marguerite lark in "'A Widow By Proxy". Waverley Theatre, Friday, 745. -Miss Vanda Burris spent Sun Syvwith Mrs. R. E. Richardson Ci ji Bogalusa. Mrs. L. H. Magee is offering a ial rate to sclhool girls on her n anstifulfall tam s. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Amite, pent several hours in our town gundaY with friends. f Miss Esther Raskin of New L York City, is visiting her cou s, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Carp. or Sale-Second hand Ford aý raring car. of C. S. E. Babington. hi See Beautiful Marguerite Qark in "A Widow By Proxy," C Wiverley Theatre, Friday 7:45. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simmons. sad Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Sim- F moi of Bogalusa, visited rela tmahere Sunday. r, and Mrs. W. S. Burris, Inter Dobson, and Misses Ellen 1 sitMamie Brock spent Sunday writ Mr. and M rs. Robt. Babing tm Tylertown. Mz,. Ada Babington, Miss M. f i~ie and Bannon Babington Misses Ball and Murray among the Tylertown visit the fair Friday. rsl. J. U. Denman and two ters, Misses Myrtle and le Denman spent the week in Magnolia with Mrs. O. L. ons and W. J. Fortinberry. which originated in some w at the rear of Mr. E. A. r's grist mill during the hour Tuesday caused con able excitement for a time. eket brigade was hastily ed and with the early arrival tire truck, the flames were subdued, with no damage mill building itself. Beautiful Marguerite in "A Widow By Proxy," rley Theatre Friday, 7;45. rsonality in Letter-Writifng) de upon more than what you say or the style of your penman Your message, it is true, expresses your THOUGHT' but it is atmosphere surrounding your message that conveys your SELF. ither words, the paper is as important to your LETTER as good are to your SELF. Symphony r Lawn Symphony : SCharme : Symphony a Antique who azresensitive to the touch of elegance and take pride stationery, "Symphony" is the "papier d' excellence" Our ery of all kinds affords you the best possible opportunity fr tal correspondence. It Will Pay You to Look Over Our Display. otn's Drug Store, Inc. I odnCS=,d Miss Edith Ott of Mt, Hermon, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Ott this week. Jo Mr. and M:'s. Chess Mizell and J. A. Pierce attended the Fair at Tylertown Friday. r Every color and style tam to be found ata reduced rate for school girls, at Mrs. L, H. M agee. For Sale-Good milk cow. Mrs. W. M. Welch, Franklinton, La. See Beautiful Marguerite Clark in "A Widow By Proxy", Waverley Theatre, Friday, 7.45 M Mrs. Win. Carp'and son, Sid ney and Miss Esther Raskin her cousin who is visiting her spent Sunday in Bogalusa. Farm Wanted-Wanted to hear from owner of a farm or good C land for sale, price reasonable. L. Jones, Box 551, Olney, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Willough- ai by and young daughter, Francis, a and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mullings of Bogalusa, visited relatives Z here through the weed-end. r See Beautiful Marguerite b Clark in "A Widow By Proxy", ' Waverley Theatre Friday, 7:45. Mrs. D. R. Johnson returned Friday from a two weeks' visit I with her sister, Mrs. Alec Mc Kowen of Lindsley, La. t ý' Mrs. C. W. Davidson of Boga. n lusa, entertained in honor of the y bride and groom, Miss Ernestine SWood and Mr. E. E. Drake Sat urday. The table was beauti ". fully decorated and a fine course dinner was served. The guests ýY were: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Day t- idson, Mrs. Ernestine Wood, E. E Drake, Mrs. B. Pounds, Mrs. o D. C. Wood, Misses Emma Wood, Id Thelma Smith, Texana Carter k"land Mr. Phil C. Appelby of New L. Orleans. Died. A. Charles Roland Noble, infant ie son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Noble, - died Thursday, October 6, at 1:00 ie. after a brief illness of acute in ly digestion. The funeral services gal were conducted at the residence re Friday, at 11:00 a. m., by Rev. ge L. W. Cain Interment was made in the Ellis cemetery. te Everybody is in sympathy ," with Mr. and Mrs. Noble in this 45 bereavement. DID PAIN DISTURB YOUR SLE? T HE ptin and tortura 5 rheu matism can be quickly relieved by an applicati),n of Sloan's Liniment. It brings warmth, ease and comfort and lets you sleep soundly. Always have a 'bottle handy and apply when ybu feel the tir-t twinge. It penetrates without rnta n. It's splendid to take the pain out of tired, aching muscles, sprains and strains, stif joints, mnd lame backs. For forty years pain's enemy. Ask your neigýlbor. At all druggists-35c, 70c, $1.10. Sloa ' Liniment ePt jectsa Mrs. Lizzie Daniel is spending condit this week with her brother, Hon. John R. Wood. The tions s Misses Irma Gatewood, Beat- Comp' rice and Viola Jenkins spent Sat urday in Bogalusa. The this c< e Mrs. H. C. BII left Tuesday bydeg for a short visit with relatives To and friends in Amite. tail, a ber ar Lane Fortinberry of Smith. her p burg. Miss, visited his sister, or ic ter, Mrs. J. C. Denman Monday. kind Mrs. Dr. Rowland of Jackson, cripti Miss., spent several days last estab. week with Mrs. J. E. Noble. bran 1 IWaeb Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Ott and elsew t children of Bogalusa, visited Mr. asth and Mrs. M. WV. Ott Sunday. See Beautiful Marguerite Thi d Clark in "A Widow By Proxy", Lion Warverley Theatre Friday, 7:45. Mrs. Carl Magee Babington capit and little daughter are here for Hun( a fortnight's visit with relatives Th s Mrs. J. Vol Brcck returned herel ýs Tuesday night from a visit with ingt< relatives in Saratoga and left her Tb e brother in Sanaroriuw greatly tild improved after his long illness. atin 3. For Sale-One farm, 20 acres Tb with residence and improve- o ments, 13-4 miles from Frank- each linton and 3-4 mile off Bogalusa Mon I- highway, fences in good cundi- unti tion; $900.00 on easy terms. nual a" J. D. Wood. Boa he Lost-One dark brownor black I. H ne mare mule, ab ,ut eight years old, the wt- ith black ring where collar goes F. around neck. Shod all around, -se tail trimmed, bushy at bottom. ts and rings above. Weight d00 or Ti av" 900 pounds. $10 reward for no- be a E. tifying L, Badon, Slidell, La. the rs. met She Gave Him the Limit any Willie Woo-"It you will marry me I not will go to the end of the earth for at t e W you." The Widow Grass-"Yes, and ten leave me there. Not much. If I be come your wife you stay where you are and hustle."-St. Louls Globe Democrat. ble at Mrs. W. C. Magee Passes Away , of 1:00 Mrs. W. C. Magee at Bogalusa ýor in' suffered a stroke of apoplixy ces Sunday, from which she died 1 nce Monday before her daughter by ;ev. from Virginia could reach her co ade bedside. Mrs. Magee was for so sl long a resident of Franklintontol thy that it is like the passing of one me this of our own and her sudden death wl is lamented here by old home de friends and numerous relatives. SMesdames .1. M. Burris, T. M. * Babington and Mr. M.J. Magee c g went over in response to the call t Tuesday afternoon and remained * for the funeral Wednesday. h Notice. ---------- i SThe Junior Missionary Society will render a program in the Methodist church Wednesday at 2 the prayer meeting hour, 7 p. m. after which they will sell refresh ments on the lawn for the bene * fit of their organization. SEveryb(ody invited to attend. Emma Covington, Pres. Gladys Richard.on, Secty * ..--------e Fair Catalogs Ready. S The catalogs for the Washing ur $ ington Parish Fair which will be or held bere October 19th, to 22nd, have arrived. Those wishing to secure a copy are requested to call at the Waashington Bank & Trust Co., or address W. 8. Burris, SSecy.-Treas., Charter. STATE OF LOUISIANA, PARISH OF WASHINGTON. Be it known: That on this day be- " L fore me, Osceola H. Carter, a Notary - Public in and for the Parish of Wash ington, Louisiana, duly qualified and in the presence of the witnesses here inafter named and undersigned, per- sonally came and appeared: F. L. Sanford, Zona, La. M. I. -iHennesy, Franklilton, La. Magee W. Ott, Franklinton, La., all residents of Washington Parish, and of full age, who declared that, availing themselves of the laws of this state relative to the organization of corporations and espec;ally of Act Number t267 of 1914, of Ihi: State and amendments thereto, itney do form and constitute a corporation and body politic in law, for the purpose and ob- " t jects and under, the stipulationus and conditions following, to-wit: 1 ARTICLE I. The name and title of said corpora tions shall be The Franklinton Lumber Company, Incorporated. ARTICLE. I[. The object and purpose for which this corporation is organized is here ý by declared to be the following to- wit: To buy and sell at wholesale or re tail, all kinds and descriptions of lum ber and building material and all ot her property, gremain to said business or incidental thereto; to buy, sell bar ter, pledge or lease any and all kind of property of what ever des cription real, personal or mixed; to it establish and operate one or more branch concerns within the Parish of Washington, State of Louisiana, or d elsewhere as permitted by the law and as the Board of Directors may deem it expedient. ARTICLE III. te The capital stock of this corpora tion is hereby fixed at the sum of -, Five Thousand and no-100 ($5000.00) Dollars divided into Fifty shares of )n capital stockat the par value of One Iiýandred no-100 ($100.00) Dollars. AR£'ICLE IV. The domicile of this corporation is ai ?d hereby fixed at Franklinton, Wash- ai th ington Parish, Louisiana. ARTICLE V. 8 er This corporation shall continue un- o L til desolved either by law or by liquid ating as hereinafter provided. 0 es AITICLEl VI. p The affairs of this corporation shall d ou the first Monday of October of k- each year beginning with the first k sa Monday of October, 1922, and Ii- until such time as the said an nual meeting shall convene the following shall constitute the said Board of Directors, F. L. Sanfora, M. ck I. Hennesy, and Magee W. Ott and id, the officers as follows: > F. L. Sanford, President, Magee W. Ott, Vice-President. M. I. tennesy, Secty. and Treas, n. ARTICLE VIL or The charter of this corporation may o- be amended at a regular meeting of the Stock Holders or at any called meeting of the Stock fiHolders or at any called meeting thereof, by giving 1 I notice to each stockholder in writing for at his last known place of reludnce I nd ten days before each meeting. be AR'IICLE VIII. OU No Stockholder of this corporation shall ever be held liable or responsi ble for the contracts or faults of this corporation in any further sum than ay the unpaid balance due on the shares of stock subscribed for by each per son, ixy ARTICLE IX, ied This corporation may be dissolved Iter by complying with the provisions of Act 267 of 1914; and when ever this Scorporation is dissolved its affairs r 0 shall be liquidated by three liquida ton tors el3cted by thle stockholders at a one meeting called for that purpose, at ath which meeting the stockholders shall determine the manner of liquidation to be pursued. es ARTICLE X. M This corporation shall be a going 4 ee concern as soon as the amou of call stock is subscribed and paid in. And ed this charter is declared to be the orig inal subscriptied list, each subscriber hereof placing opposite his name the amount of stock subscribed for. Thus done and signed at my ofice in the Town of Franklinton, Washing iety ton Parish, Louisiana, in the presence othe ' Velms Uoodbee and W. S. Bar, Teris, competent witnesses on this the ay at 2l0th day of September, 1921. . . F. L. Sanford, 25 shares. Mesh- . I. Hennesy. 24 shares. Magee W. Ott, 1 share. Witnesses: Velma Goodbee, d. W. 8. Burris. Cs. Osceola H. Carter, Notary Public. I hereby certify the within and fore going to be a true and correct copy of the original Cnarter, passed before ' me. This 20th day of September, 1921. hing- Osceola H. Carter, ill be Notary Public. 2nd, State of Louisiana, Parish of Washington, ug to Clerk's Office. ed to I hereby certify that this instra Smentwas filed for record September S20, 9:30 p. m. 1921 and recorded Sep tember 22, 1921, in Charter Book No. i, entry 81, page 161 of the official re cords of Washington Parish, Loisana. 8., J. Adolph Pieroe, 00 IA O1P` AL E ~-Qmoo BeQQor.e Small Expense--Lower Prices; * Flour Canned Goods Dry Goods * Corn Meal Bottled Goods Shoes * Sugar Vegetables Overalls * Coffee Seasonings Notions * * In almost every town you will find * one store that is willing to sell high * grade goods at a closer margin of profit * than the general run of stores, because * * their "'overhead" expenses are less in 1 proportion to the volume of sales. Such * stores can sell goods a good deal cheaper * than other stores. * Our overhead expenses are SMALL. * * The volume of our sales is LARGE. We " * can afford to sell at close prices. We DO o * sell at VERY close prices. OT4 O E. PASSMAN & CO. * Phone 104. Franklinton, La. 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. * Exclusive Agent For I Helen Lawton Coffee : S Young's ake, c. • l Mother's Bread " it Dainty Flour. I Special er lb.....-------------------- C : B. E. Bickhamj : .O*.* t @lall O~k***4k*kO4** kO4HP@4k*OO~kk4H Grand Jury Adjourns. After a ten days' session the Grand Jury adjourned Tuesday afternoon without making a re port, with a meeting called for October 31st, to continue their investigations. Several important matters are heiný ýreýýd out, man Wit nesses having been investigated, some of whom are retained in jail while some wanted as witnesses are still at large. The matter of the shooting from ambush of Charley Miller, son of Mr. J. J. Miller of the Richardson neigh. borhood, is occupying both jury. men and citizens and everytbing is being done to appehbeu the guilty party.