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OUR NEW IS NO OPEN=ALL ARE INVITED TO COME IN AND JOIN INVITATION TO ALL Our Bank extends to every man, woman and child in our city and community, a cordial invitation to ccme in and join our new CHRISTMAS CLUB. 'This is the most popular plan ever devised for hav ing money next Christmas and enables those of small .Get means, those in moderate circumstances and also J business men to lay aside money by systematic de- RISAS 0Joi SPL IP posits each week. , Look at the Tables below and select the Club you r*wi Ii wish to join, Ic, 2c, 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c, $1, $2, $5, $10, $20 or more and come into our Bank with the first deposit. We will enroll you as a member of the Club and give you a pass book showing the money deposited. SThat is all there is to it. HOW TO HAVE MONEY I\EXT CHRISTMAS INCREASING CLUB PLAN EVEN AMOUNT CLUB PLAN EVEN AMOUNT CLUB PLAN Ic Club Dtposit Ic 1st week, 2c 2nd week 12.75 25c Club Deposit 25c each week-in 12.50 $5 Club Deposit $5 each week-in 250.00 Increase Ic each week-in 50 weeks .. , ........... 50 weeks ............... . 2c Club Deposit 2c 1st week, 4c 2nd week 25.50 50c Club Deposit 50c each week-in 25.00 $10 Club Deposit $10 each week-in 50000 Increase 2c each week-in 50 weeks 50 weeks .. ... . . . .... . 50 weeks ............... . 5c Club Deposit 5c 1st week, 10c 2nd week 6375 $1 Club Deposit $1 each week-in- 50.00 $20 Club Deposit $20 each week,-in Increase 5c each week-in 50 weeks 50 weeks .. . .. . . . .. . . . 50 weeks ................ 10c Club Deposit 10c 1st week, 20c 2nd week 127.50 $2 Club Ieposit $2 each week-in $100 Club Deposit $100 each week-in 5000.00 Increase 10c each week--in 50 weeks 50 weeks ..i........ . 50 weeks ,..... ..... . . PLAN OF THE CLUB * MONEY EARNERS The plan is simple: In the Increasing Clubs you begin with a certain amount, . Join Now and have money next Christmas. You will never miss the money Ic, 2c, 5c or 10c and increase your deposit the same amount each week. you deposit each week, and at the end of 50 weeks, which passes quickly, you In the Even Amaunt Clubs you begin with a certain amount, 25c, 50c, $1, $2, will have a'nice sum in our Bank available for Christmas, or start a regular $5, $10, $20 or any amount and deposit the same amount each week. account to help buy ahome, educate the children or go into business yourself. BANK some money regularly every week-That is our plan. COME IN AND JOIN TO-DAY. YOU WILL RECEIVE FOUR PER CENT INTEREST COVINGTON BANK & TRUST COMPANY We have searched the novelty markets of America, and brought here for you suitable things for Christ mas presents. Many believe in making a "long profit" on short-lived goods. We believe in making a "short profit" that will move holiday goods fast. Our stock not onnly contains novelties, but useful " things for presents for women, men and the little folks. Our counters are now ablaze with things suitable for gifts. Come to our store now; you will have no more Christmas "worries." THE MEN'S SUITS we are selling for $29.98 have made a big hit with the people Covington, and if you in tend Luying a suit you had better call this week. Our $2.98 Hats are Bargains. One Lot of Boys' Pants at 49 cents a pair. One Lot of Boys' Pants at 98 cents a pair. A good, big stock of Men's Work Shoes at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 per pair. The very kind you are looking for. Outing Flannels, the 33c k nd at 20c a yard; the 35c kind at 25c a yard. These bargains wont last long. RANKCOVINGTON'S BIG STORE COVINCTON'S BIG STORE Personal and Local News Miss Boudousquie, Society Editor McMILLAN-FATHERREE. The marriage of Miss Lelia Fath erree, of Covington, and Mr. Clar ence Eugene McMililan, took place at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mr.s F. W. Fatherree, on 23d Avenue, at 5:30 a. m., Tuesday, No7. 30, 1920, Rev. L. R. Sparks officit ing. Only a few intimate friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. McMillan left im mediately for Memphis and will b.ý at home in Angie, La., after Decem ber 15th. BORN-To Mrs. Albert Burns (noe Madeline Planche), on Wednesday, December 1, 1920 a boy. The Bridge Club held their meet ing during the past week at the home of Mrs. E. G. Richaid, the first prize having been awarded Mrs. J. D. Kerr and consolation Mrs. W. M. Poole. The club will hold its next meeting at the home of Mrs. J. D. Kerr. Mrs. R. Noble Sa'ter entertained the Double T. G's. at their meeting last Wednesday, the first prize be ing awarded Miss Grace Blossman, second Miss Cecile Warren, consola tion Miss Marie Louise Stevenson. guest prize, Mrs. A. V. Smith. Mrs Salter had as her guests Misses Wil muth Warren and Mattie Blossman, Mrs. A. V. Smith, Mrs. Julian H. Smith and Mrs. Ralph N. Menetre Miss Ethel Fisher will entertain the club at its next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. R. Noble Salter and little daughter are now in New Or leans where they will spend the win ter months as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Salter. Mr. Lindsay McDougall, of Frank linton, was a business visitor here during the past week. Mrs. E. J. Frederick spent several days in New Orleans during the past week. Mr. H. H. Lester, assistant en gineer of the N. O. G. N., at Boga lusa, visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank N Boudousquie, Tuesday. Miss Grace Menetre entertained at a supper last Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph Mene tre. The dining room was prettily decorated for the occasion, two large baskets of yellow chrysanthemum.; occupying each end of the table. Be sides the hostess and guests of honor those who enjoyed the evening were Misses Ruth and Gladys Burns, Net tie Sojourner, Wilmuth and Cecile Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Burns, Messrs. Edgar and Emile Menetre, Cyprian Schoen, Howard Huddreston, Oliver and Clay Hebert and J. D. Mannett. Mrs. Albert DeBen spent Tuesday in New Orleans. Mrs. Pauline Hollerman visited relatives in New Orleans Thursday. Mrs. B. B. Warren and Miss Wil muth Warren were New Orleans via itors last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Barlow re turned Sunday night from their wed ding trip, and are now located at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis. Miss Hettie Brewster, of New Or leans, spent last week end at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor and little daughter, of Bogalusa, have re turned to their home, after a few days spent here as guests of Mrs. Robert Badon and family. Rev. Father John Burger and the congregation of St. Peter's Catholic Church wish to announce that the turkeys which were disposed of re cently were awarded Miss Hilda Me Lain, of Folsom; Mrs. Geo. Las seigne, Mrs. W. E. Blossman ani Joseph Taylor. The Ladies Auxiliary of Christ Episcopal Church will hold their an nual Christmas Bazaar next Thurs day, December 9, in the Frederick Building on Boston street. Miss Ida Dutsch has returned to Bogalusa after having spent last week end here. Mrs. J. C. Dutsch and Mrs. N. P. Pigott have returned from Ft. Worth where they spent several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dutsch. Mr. J. Monroe Simmons returned Tuesday night from New Orleans where he has been for the past week at the bedside of his wife, who is still confined to her bed at Hotel Dieu, but who is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith and chiildren 'were New Orleans visitors last Tuesday. Miss Willie Olin, of New Orleans. is spending her vacation here with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Patrick. Mrs. E. D. Evans, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. M. Cazes, arrived Sunday night from Port Allen where sh, spent the past several weeks. Mrs. Louise Phillippi, of 1New Or :eans, spent last Sunday here with Mrs. Julia Boudousquie and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schrieber, of New Orleans, spent the week end here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Alexius, having come over to stand as sponsors to the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexius, who was christ ed last Sunday. Dr. B. B. Warren has returned from North Louisiana where he spent several days on business. Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Fisher and Miss Ethel Fisher spent last week end in New Orleans. Miss Marion Smith has returned from New Orleans where she spent several days as the guest of Miss Lucie Epley. Mr. Oliver J. Hebert was a New Orleans visitor, Wednesday, having gone over to consult a specialist. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kerr returnel Wednesday from New Orleans where they spent several days. METHODIST CHURCH NOTES. We were glad to note the live in terest iwr our Sunday School. Re member the time and place--9:30 a. m., school auditorium. Rev. Snelling, of New Orleans, our Presiding Elder, will preach at the courthouse, Sunday, at 11 a. m., and the pastor at 7 p. m. We were delighted to see so many at services last Sunday and trust it will be still better this Sunday. The Pastor and Presiding Elder were much encouraged by their visit to Mandeville and Poitevent's Mill this weeek. The outlook was never brighter for these churches. The hearty response at these churches proves that the people possess the live, American, get-up-and-go spirit that does things. We had the pleasure of officiating at a beautiful "before day-light" wedding last Tuesday mornin. See aiccount of it elsewhere in this paper. We will preach at Mandeville next Sunday at 10 a. m., and at Poite vent s Mill at 11 a. m. Meeting of official Board is re quested for Mandeville at close of services. L. R. SPARKS, Pastor. SHERIFF'S SALE. Mrs. Elise Grandmont, born Pierre, Widow of Henri Grandmont, vs. Oscar R. Brugier et al. No. 3275. Iwenty-Sixth Judicial District Court, Parish of St. Tammany, Louisiana. By virtue of and in obedience to a writ of seizure and sale to me direct ed by the Hon. 26th. Judicial Dis trict Court of Louisiana, in and for the Parish of St. Tammany, in the above numbered and entitled case, I have seized and will proceed to sell to the highest bidder at public auc tion, at the principal front door of the courthouse in the Town of Cov ington, Parish of St. Tammany, L.., between legal sale hours, on Saturday, January 15, 1921, the following described property, to wit: FIRST--Square No. Three, of Bru gier's Addition to Slidell, boundesi by Harvey; Boulevard, Pennsylvania and Michigan Avenues and Third Street, less that portion thereof soli to Jas. J. Favre, registered in C. O. Book 62, folio 343; and to B. A. Ban ister, registered in C. O. Book 69, folio 83 and Book 71, folio 158, ani sale to Mrs. Perry E. Hardee, regis tered in C. O. B. 70, folio 205, and sale to O. H. Summers, C. O. B. 72, folio 161. 'Second-Lot No. Four of Square No. Four, bounded by Harvey Boule vard, Main and Pennsylvania Ave nues and Third Street, fronting on Harvey Boulevard and measuring 50 feet thereon by the depth belonging thereto. THIRD-Square No. Nine, bound ed 'by Main and Pennsylvania Ave nues and Third and Fourth Streets, subdivided into sixteen lots number ed from One to Sixteen, inclusive. Terms of Sale-Cash, without ap praisement. WALTER GALATAS, d4-6t Sheriff. Benjamin Ory, Atty for Pit. GET MORE BUTTER. Mrs. Hattie Meece, of Glenn, Mis souri, says: "I was not making enough butter from my cow's milk production for a family of two. Af ter a short time, she gave a half gal lon more milk a day, and a pound of butter a day." Dr. LeGear's Stock Powders give to milk cows just what is needed to keep the digestive organs in proper condition, so that they get the most possible good from their feed. Give equally wonderful results when used for horses, hogs and sheep, because they are a tonic, appetizer and worm expeller. It matters not what ailment you may have among your stock or poul try, it will pay you to get the proper Dr. LeGear Remedy from your deal r. They are the Doctor's personal prescriptions, compounded during his 28 years of Veterinary Practice and Expert Poultry Breeding. They must satisfy you, or your dealer will re fund your money.--Adv.