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These boys from our company, are helping to win the war, ready, if needs be, to make the supreme sacrifice. We want to HELP THEM TO WIN. The Unit*d War Work Campaign that is now on is to do things for our boys in camp and at the front that will show we are with them and are willing to make sacrifices in order that they may be encouraged to stand the hardships and danger that coq stantly affronts them. Every christian instinct born in faith of God and every im pulse in recognition of justice and duty appeals to you to contribute to this great cause. Do so, and help the boys to win. Give them the courage that comes from the knowledge that you are backing them in this war. This space contributed to the United War Work Campaign by F. C. FitzSimons Grocery Company Personal and "Local News Miss Bo.dgauie, Society Editor BORN- To 1r. and Mrs. Fred Watkins, on Tuesday, October 29th, 1918, a boy. The M. C. B. ;Library will again throw open its 4oors to the public for the distributl~n of books begin ning Saturday afternoon, from 3 to 5 o'clock, and erery Monday, Wednes- I day and Saturtay thereafter. The many friends of ,Mrs. Wm. 'Berger, who formerly made her home here, will be shoeked to learn of her death, which ecqurred in Cleveland, Miss., Tuesday, October 29th, a vic tim of influensa. -c t----, Mrs. M. WertS, of Tusson, Ariz., and little son, arrived recently to ,pend some tins here with her moth er, Mrs. Lietz, and Mr. Jake Seiler and family. Misses Ruble and Ethel Anderson, of New Orleas are spending some time here wi their father and mother, Mr. an Mrs. S. D. Anderson. Mrs. Hill K. arrow and children returned Wed sday afternoon to their home in aleigh, N C., after several weeks ent here, Mirs. Bar row having be summoned on ac count of the ous illness and sub sequent death f her mother, Mrs. Chas. L. Smit -4----- e Mrs. J. E. ith returned Satur day night fro0 Brooksville, Miss., where she sp several months with her daughter, rs. John Algood. Miss Dora ufroid, of New Or leans, is spend the time here while the schools New Orleans are closed. No Wasting of Bar Soap! - O--decidedlyno,when ' GRANDMA is around. No bar soap lying in water wasting away. No chipping, slicing or shaving off more than you need. GRANDMA is a wonderful soap-and it is PpPdered. SThat's the big secret. You just measure out what you need, no more. Sprinkle it in the tub and presto--millions of glorious, deans ing suds in an instant. Then, the Wash toe Woolen Socks whitest, cleanest, freshest clothes You n with Grandma that ever hung on a wash line. You ng wiit Grandma GRANDMA'S Powdered Soap S Your Grocer Has It! - MEN WANTED OPPOiTI NITY TJ ENGAGE IN USEFUL OCCUPATION. MANUEL LAI1O:. \'V GES $2.50 PER DAY AND UP. TRANSPORTATION FREE, NI. ,'l' AND M1ORNING TO AND FROM COVINGTON, MAXWELL TRUCK LEAVING CORNER DRUG STORE AT 6:16 A. M., LEAVING RAMSAY AT 6.00 P. M. ST. TAMVIANY LUMBER MANUFAc~RING OOMPA Y, Telephono 57, Ramsay,o Ilau a. ,Mrs. H. T. Dowty left Thursday morning for Norfolk, Va., to visit her husband who is seriously ill in the hospital there. She has spent the past several months here with Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Kent. Miss Clarice Frederick has return ed to Bogalusa after a week spent at her home here. Mrs. Bryant Van Norman. after several weeks spent in Baton Rouge with her aister, Mrs. Jos. Lotton, is again with her parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bvans. Dr. Carl Young is spending a while in Covington with his father and mother, Dr. and Mrs. F. F. Young. Mrs. James Prestley, of Talisheek, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam Poole. Miss Lola Kleeman, who has been employed in New Orleans for several months, spent two weeks here with her aunt, Mrs. Augusta Kleeman. Mr. Jas. Blankenship has returned to his home in Birmingham, Ala., after several days spent here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Burns. Mrs. Wm. Strain, of New Orleans, is spending some time here with friends. Mr. C. Henry, of Houma, La., spent several days here with his brother, Mr. Robert Henry, who was seriously sick at the home of Mrs. T. D. Terre bonne, but who is now recovering. --w w ^w w ^-^ Mrs. Preston Herndon has return ed from New Orleans, where she did volunteer nursing at the Emergency Hospital. Mrs. Robt. Ellis, of Amite City, is spending some time here with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Ellis and family. Privates Victor Planche, William Warner and Jas. V. Jones have re turned to Baton Rouge, after several days spent at their homes here. Miss Ceci!e Warren returned last Saturday evening from San Francisco and other California points, where she spent the past three months. .Miss Retta Moses spent the week end at her home here. Judge T. M. Burns spent last Sat urday in Bogalusa. Mrs. Chas. Barthelemy spent last Thursday in Mandeville as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins and family. Mrs. J. Leon Pounds and daught ers, Mrs. J. I. Waller and Mrs. Chas. Davidson, of Rio, La., were visitors here Tuesday. Miss Clotilde Laborde, of Birming ham, Ala., arrived recently on a visit to her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laborde, Sr. Mrs. Josie Fogarty and Misses Car melite Forgarty and Carmelite Garcia were Now Orleans visitors Thursday. CARD OF THANKS. Mandeville, La., Oct. 2u, 1913. In our extreme grief in the loss of our beloved wife and mother, Mrs. M. J. Loyd, the remembrince of the great kindness shown us 3y the mem bers of Poitevent & Favro Lumber Company brings a gratitude that is hard to express. We wisa to thank them and assure them again of our deepest gratitude. M. J. LOYD, and CHILDRHN. CARD OF TIRANKS. I wish to thank my neignnoonr and friend for their kindness at the death bed of my beloved son, John Leo Emmett, taken from us through ac cident last Friday, Octobes 18, and to especially thank Rev. F. C. Tal mage, who, at the req.'est of Em mett's brother, Gorden Lmicwrence, of the Boy Scouts, preached the funeral service and gave us religious con.i lation. J. S. LAWRENCE. DONTNEGLECTA RHIIEIMATIC PAIN Go after it with Sloan's Liniment before it gets dangerous Apply - lile, don't r&ub, le tt fo .ate, andood-by tnge Same for eternal aches, pains strains, stiffners of joints or muscles lameanes, bruises. Instant relief without mussinems or soiled clothing. Reliable-t bigest selling liniment year aft year. aomical by reason of enormous sales. Keep a big bottle ready at all times. Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment. 0.- a Covington, La., Oct. 27, 1918. Editor St. Tammany Farmer: I congratulate you. Your lines on "The Flu Mask" were very good in deed. Just to show you what a hell of-a-fellow I too can be, with my 'lil fountain pen, I have dashed off a few lines on the same subject and here with inclose you the same. As you may not have a "Golden Treasury of Verse" on hand, I have "run off" Brown's poem, also that. (as we law yer chaps say) "you may refresh your memory by reference to original memoranda." Good luck. Your, etc., A. L' BEAR. MY FLU MASK. (With profuse apologies to Thomas Edward Brown.) A Flue ,Mask is a germ-retaining thing, God wot! And he who says 'tient, Knows not what's what Thin gauze, deception's foremost tool, Turned to the use of medical schools, Serving science, rather than fools. Donned, ere the dew is off the ground, Worn till the clock has made its round, Then carbolized, when the eve is cool. Not germ retaining? Hail to a sign Doc, pull your microsoope--are there germs in mine? ARTHUR L. BBAR. a MY. GARDEN. A garden is a lonesome thing, God wot! Rose plot, Fringed pool, Fern'd grot The veriest school of peace-and yet the tool Contends that God is not Not God! in gardens! when the eve is cool? Nay, but I have a sigh; 'Tih very sure God walks in mine. -Thos. Edward Brown. COVINGTON PROOF. Should Convince Every Covingltm Reader. The frank statement of a neighbor, telling the merits of a remely, Bids your pause and oelieve. The same endorsement By some stranger far 'away Commands no belief as all. Here's a Covington :ase. A Covington citizen testifies. Read and be convinced. Charles Heintz, constaale, 21st and Madison streets, says: "My trouble was mostly backache and a dull, throbbing ache right across my kidneys caused me a lot cf di:trees when I stooped. The way my kid neys acted showed these organs were in a disordered condition and I com menced to use Doan's Kidney Pills. They brought me immediate relief and soon rid me entirely of that trouble. I have had a few slight re turns of it since, but a few doses of Doan's Kidney Pills tavr always given the same prompt relief." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills--the same that Mr. Heintz had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., 'Buffalo, N. Y.- .Adv. WOMEN TORTUIt'ED) Suffer Terrible With Co(mn Because of High Heels, But Why Care Now. Women wear high heels which buckle up their toes and they suff"r terribly from corns. Women then proceed to trim these pests. seeking relief, but they hardly realize the terrible danger from infection, says 1898 1918 $15,000 $1,000,000 During the twenty years of our successful record, the resources of our bank have grown even faster than the resources of the Nation. Our large Capi tal and Surplus, backed up by able and conservative management, has won the confidence of the banking public, without which our success could not 'have been attained. We appreciate this confidence and we renew our pledge to so conduct our business as to not jeopardize the interests of our depositors. No business too large for us to handle----no busi ness too small for us to appreciate. COVIFGTON BANK & TRUST COMPANY St. Tammany's Million Dollar Bank YOUR WINTER CLOTHES NOW is the opportune time to secure your Winter Clothes. Don't delay. Every moment you put off making your purchases the less chance you have to get the pick of our well-selected stock. RANK AT [CE tsGENTS FURNISHINGS COVINGTON, LA. a Cincinnati authority. Corns can easily be liftel out with the fingers if you will get from any drug store a quarter of an o.ance of a drug called freezone. This is suf ficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one's feet. You simply apply a few drops directly upon the tender, aching cJrn or callus. The soreness is relieved at once and soon the entire corn or callus, 'root and all, lifts cut without one particle of pain. This freezone is a sticky sub stance which dries in a moment. It just shrivels up the corn v!tbout inflaming or even irritating the sur rounding tissue or skin. 'rT11 your wife about this. LEMON JUICE IB FRECKLE REMOVER Girls! Make This Cheap Beasry Lo tion To Clear and Whiten Your Skia. Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ouuceb of orchard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion, and complex ion beautifier, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orehard white for a few cents. Massage this sweet ly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day az..t see how freckles and blemishes disap pear and how clear, soft an- white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless.-Adv. TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, HAIR STOPs: FALLING Save Your Hair! Get a Small liHttle of Danderine Right Now. - Also Stops Itching icalp. Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair, is mute evidence of a neglected scalp; of dandruff-that awful scurf. There is nothing so de;'trtct.ve to the hair as dandruff. :t robs the hair of its lustre, its strength anri its very life; eventually pr" lnsing a feverishness and itching of the scalp, which if not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die- then the hair falls out ftaa. A little Dtnderine toinght-no .-ary time will surely save your hair. Get a small bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store. You surely can have beau.tiul hair and lots of it if you will just try a little Danderine. Save yoar hair! Try7 ij!-Adv. CITY DRUG STORE. COVINGTON. LA. 318 Oolumbla street Prescription filled Prompjly-Day and Night. PThe 16 A Full Line of FYPEnc cDs FRESH DRUGS and AND LOwNEY's TOILET CIOCOLATES LTS ARTICLES. Always Fresh. J. L. WATKINS, Prop CAIA)MEG BALI[VATES \ AND MAKES YOU SICK Acts Like Dynamite On a Sluggish Liver and You Lose a Day's Work. There's no reason wh r a person should take sickening, salivating calomel when a few cits buys a large bottle of Dodson'q Liver Tone -a perfect substitute for calomel. It is a pleasant, vegeLabso liquid which will start your livr just as surely as calomel, but it doe.n't make you sick and can not salivate Children and ,rowr ftlks can take Dodson's Liver Ta.nt, because it is perfectly harmless. Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is mercury and attacks your Lones. Take a dose of nasty 2ln:ufli today and you will feel weak, sick ahn nau seated tomorrow. Don't los. a day's work. Take a spoonfuil of D),dson's Liver Tone instead and you will wake up feeling great. No more bilious ness, constipation, .,luggis7*' ss, heap: ache, coated tongue or sou ' stomach. Your druggist says if yol don't 't d Dodson's Liver Tone a;ts be.to.- than horrible calomel your money is wait ing for you.-Adv., IF YOUR 0IID IS CROSS, FEVERISII. CO)S IV 4I TED. Look, Mother! It Tongue is Coat, d, Cleanse Little Bow.els i ti "California Syrup L.f Figs." Mothers can rest easi after giving "California Syrup of Pigs, beca'ua in a few hours a'l the cloggea-up waste, sour bile and fermenting lood gently moves out of the bowels, and you have a well, playaul chiaJd agin. Sick children needn't oe coaxed to take this harmless • fruit lacxative.'" Millions of mothers keep it handy because they know its actio2 on the stomach, liver and bowel. is proempt and sure. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of F!gs," which contains directions for hables, child ren of ll ages and for gr-nu ups. PREPARIEI)N t'S This is the slogan of tLe wise man. Stock are continu&lhy exposed to cuts, wounds, scrat:hes, etc. "he man who is prepared has his healing remedy on hand to sto. all chances of blood poison. Far.:Is' Hea:ing Remedy is highly antiseaptic. It is economical. One 50, notce makeo $2.00 worth of a he '.e oil or oint ment. Money refundad if you are not satisfied. St. Tammany ilay & Grain Warehouse, Jai. Conni'aghtont, D. I. Addison, Covingtol; Wells, Johnson & Alford, Madlsonv!ll. RED CROSS AMRICO TOOTH PASTE An antiseptic refreshisu paste, that leaves a delightful after-taste. Clean ses the teeth without injuring the enamel. The antiseptic properties aid in keeping the teeth and gums a a healthy condition. This and more than one hundred other Red Cross Remedies and Toilet Preparations sold and guar anteed only by Oity Drug Store, MadaevllWe, tr.