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FoR T-u FAMILY
In all there are 45 models--too many to describe., Men, women and
children's shoes---the most generous values of the season. It is our
regular season clearence sale, all styles having been popular sellers In
our regular stock---but offered now at special reduction to make room
for our Fall and winter shipments.
GIRLS' MEN'S WOMEN'S BOYS' CHILDREN'S
Our well selected A beautiful line of Just received a line We carry a full line Bear in mind our
line of Girls' Shoes Cordovan, Eniglish, af Queen Quality of Boys' Shoes in children's pumps,
is always compllete high and low cuts. Shoes. Come in; we. black and cordovan, white and patent,
in pumps and ox- Regular $8.50, now promise a fit. All Blucher and Eng- are all reduced. All
fords. going at $4.18. white shoes at cost. lish. All sizes, must go cheap.
ANK ATE ECE
COVINGTON'S BIG STORE
Do You Know
Phat )ou can buy a Kodak just as cheap at this store as you can
buy it in New Orleans or anywhere else? We are the authorized
agents and carry Kodaks and Kodak supplies. Why not spend
your money in your home town, save railroad fare and annoyance
of carrying packages. The Kodak Company will not allow any
agent to sell for less than we sell, which is the established price.
We carry a complete line in stock,
Use It -- Then Decide
PHONE US YOUR
Ice Cream- order for
We Will Lend You Sunday's dinner.
A Valet AutoStrop Safety Razor for a
30 day trial. If you then decide to keep
it, pay us for it, if not, return it.
No Risk-No Obligation
Any responsible party can make ar
rangement over our Cutlery counter for
this Free Trial, which means you
need not even deposit its value. If you
have a Charge Account, write to us and
we will send it to you by mail.
Personal and Local News
Miss Boudousqule, Society Editor
• • i l l i c 1 Ill l I I li e m nl nu n nrurl miu
Miss Marietta Aouellle reiurn ed
Sunday morning alter spending sev
eral weeks in Slidell and New Or
leans with her sisters, Mrs. Sum
mers and Mrs. Diedrich.
Mrs. G. C. Thomas is improv:ng
from a serious illness, after having
been confined to her bed for several
days. She is with her aunt, Mrs. W.
N. Patrick. Miss Emma McLem)re
from Touro Infirmary has beep nurs
ing Mrs. Thomas.
Misses Willie Olin and Birdie Mt
Lemore will arrive Sunday. Miss
Olin will spend Sunday while Miss
McLemor'e will spend her vacation
here with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Pat
rick. She will then go to Natalbany
with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Triplett,
and from there she will visit in Crys
tal Springs and Jackson, Miss., be
fore returning to New Orleans.
Mr. Edw. Kleinpeter is spending
his vacation here.
Mr. Feltus B. Folks left Thursday
for St. Francisville where he will
spend his vacation with relatives and
Mrs. R. F. Wilbur, of New Or
leans, is spending some time here as
the guest of Miss Francis Blanchard.
Last Saturday Misses Grace Mc
Cormack, Grace Barringer, Clara
King, Belle Goodwyn, Elma Fred
erick, Blanche and Amy Frederick,I
chaperoned by Miss Carrie Fred
erick, spent the'day at the lake with
Messrs. Edson and Harold ; Barrin
ger, Gene Richbd, Edw. Schanks.
John Seller, Lawrence and Hebert
Frederick and Emile Frederick, who
had been camping there for a week.
The campers returned home Sunday.
Mrs. J. Porter, Miss Louise Porter.
Ars. Bartoli, Mrs. John Porter and
baby are spending some time at the
Legier cottage on Military Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Martindale and
Miss Belle Kennedy spent Thursday
with Miss Louise Porter on Military
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Martindale
celebrated their fifth wedding anni
versary this week with a family din-:
ner, at their home.
Mrs. Quitman Kohnke and Mr.,
.Iolger Kohnke left Tuesday for New
Orleans where they will reside. The
Kohnke family has made Covington
their home for.the past fifteen years,
and it is with regret that their many
friends see them leave.
Miss' Tmma Mcoemore will return1
to New Orleans Sunday.
The Matrons held their weekly
club meeting Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. C. S. A. Fuhr
mann, the first prize having *been
awarded Mrs. A. S. Burns, consola
tion Mrs. M. D. Connors, and guest
prize to Miss Laurance Stevenson.
Mrs. Fuhrmann had as her guests
Mrs. Philip Burns and Misses Josle
Frederick and Marie Louise and Laun
rance Stevenson. The club will hold
its next meeting at the home of Mrs.
A. S. Burns.
The. Double T. G's. met last
Thursday at the home of Misses
Marie Louise and Laurance Steven
son, the first' prize -having .been
awarded Mrs. R. Noble Salter, sec
ond Mrs. Harry Warner, consolation
Mrs. Philip Burns. Miss Virginia
Hoffman will entertain the club at
its next meeting.
'Mrs. Edwin Bisso, of New Orelans,
who before her marriage was Miss
Gladys Jung, spent last Friday here
with Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Smith.
Miss Lelia Wren returned Monday
to her home in New Orleans with
Miss Katie Seller, both of them hav
ing spent the week end here with
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Seller.
IMrs. Mena Mathew, of New Or
leans,. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Frederick.
Mrs. John C. Stone has as her
guests her mother, Mrs. Wm. ~T.
Spranley, and sister, Mrs. C. V. Platz,
and children, of New Orleans.
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Champagne
have left for Norco, La:, where they
will reside, Mr. Champagne having
secured employment with the Ameri
can Sugar Refinery.
WERE YOU ONE OF THEM?
if not, you still have a chance
to get a good pair of shoes
Even if you don't need a pair
of shoes at this time, it will
pay you to take a chance at
that $500.00. You will get
A Pair of Shoes for $3-65
POOLE BUILDING ý NEW HAMPSHIRE ST.
Mr. T. C. Glynn, of Baton Rouge,
Was a business visitor here Thurs
-:Miss Lucille Wilbur has returned
to her home in New Orleans after
having spent several weeks here with
Miss Annie Schultz.
Mrs. Sam Lansing and daughter
left Sunday for Los Angeles, Cal.,
where they will reside, having join
ed Mr. Lansing there, he being em
ployed in a railroad office at that
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J.- Scliwartz
arrived last Sunday for a visit of
three weeks to their. son, .Mr. A. ).
Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Bulloch and
Mr. Donice Btilloch' have left -for
Sewanee and other Tennessee points
where they will visit for several
Misses Ruby and Maud Mattix re
turned this week from Tennessee
where they spent a few weeks
Mrs. F. J. Martindale has return
ed from Edith, La., after several
days spent there w'th her mother,
Mrs. Pauline McDougall.
Misses Inez and Isabelle' DelCorral
have returned to New Orleans after
two weeks spent in Covington.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Newman were
called to New Orleans this week on
account of the sudden death of Mrs.
TI. Newman, Mr. Newman's mother.
Mrs. Guy A. Smith and little son
are spending ten days in Mandeville
with Mrs. John Smith and family.
Before returning they will visit rela
t'ves in Ponchatoula.
Mrs. John Stark and children, of
New Orleans, are spending a whil3
here with Mrs. M. Daigle.
Mrs. Bernard D'Autrive and little
son, of Houston, Texas, are on a visit
to Mr. and, Mrs. L. C. Moise and
Mr. end Mrs. Frank Patecek have
returned from Los Angeles,' San
Francisco, and. other points in the
West, having taken in the Elks tour,
making the return trip by way of
Chicago and St. Louis.
Mrs. Chas. T. Bradley spent sev
eral days in New Orleans during
the .past week.
Miss Beatrice 'Jones has returned
to her home in Sellars, La., after a
short visit to Mrs. Chas. T. Bradley.
Miss Effie McMillan, of New Or
leans, is.spending her vhcation here
with Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Addison.
Mrs. C. Marvin Poole and children
were New Orleans visitors last Sun
,Miss Rosa Lindauer, of New Or
leans, arrived recently for a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. C. Marvin Poole 'and
family, for several weeks.
Miss Dolly Riggs has returned
from New Orleans after a pleasant
visit to Mrs. L. Abbot and family.
A number of couples enjoyed the
delightful boat ride given last 'at
day aboard the Steamer Josie.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kerr were call
ed to Brookhaven, Miss., Wednesday
one of their children, who is visiting
there, having been stricken- with an.
acute attack of appendicitis.
IMr. Hilliard Collins, of Baton
Rouge, left Thursday for Biloxi to
spend several days after a week's
,visit to his sister, Mrs. R. Noble Sal
Mrs. Wallace M. Poole was a New
Orleans visitor Monday.
Mrs. HI. A. Mackie and Mrs. T. M.
Burns spent last Monday in New Or
The way to get money is to
save it. The way to save mon
ey is to buy all your merchan
6 and 12 lb. sacks Obelisk flour
Brooms (we guarantee them)
Shoe Polish (all kinds)
Quaker Macaroni, Spaghetti
J. A. DOMERGIJE
Miss Delnort Theriot, of Lafay
ette, arrived Wednesday for a visit
to Mrs. M..Daigle for a month.
Mrs. B. B. Warren and Miss Wil
muth Warren returned Wednesday
from BiloXi after a pleasant stay
there for ten days.
Mrs. Ross J. Stroble and. children
have returned to their home in
Meridian, Miss., after having spent
some time here as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Warren.
Mrs. Isabelle Pilcher has return
ed to her home in New Orleans after
a visit of several weeks spent here
with her sister, Mrs. E. R. Morrison.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Linton and
son and Misses L. Kendig and L.
Thilborger, of New Orleans, spent
last Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs.
Julian H. Smith and family.
Mrs. Mabel Liner, her son Wil
mer, and her nephews, Alcide and
Tom, of New Orleans, are guests of
Mrs. J. Dunlop Baker for a few
weeks. Her sister, Mrs. Clare Wey
sham and folks and friends, of New
Orleans, are coming to spend Sun
day at Mrs. Bakker's place in Pil
grim Rest, next Sunday.
Mrs. B. Olinde and daughters left
lats Saturday for the West. On re
turning they will take in St. Louis
and Chicago. Mrs. Olinde and fami
ly will reside in New Orleans during
the winter months.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Muller and
family and Mrs. Anton Schwartz and
familytook a trip to Hammond last
Wednesday in their cars. All had
in enjoyable time.
GRAND FAIR TO BE GIVEN AT
fThere will be a grand fair at the
Jackson Park, Mandeville, Sunday,
August 14th, for the benfiet of -Our
Lady of the Lake Church. Music,
games and refreshments. All are in
vited. Admission free.
(By Prof. Roland Morgan)
The Misses Teddy and 'Francis
Crellin and the charming and vi
vacious Miss Girlie Adams have re
turned to their homes in Noiw Or
leans after a deilght..ui visit to Miss
Leona Heughans, declaring' they had
just the bestest tim" ever. Small
wonder. They met Mr, Grooe Day
enport and Mr. Pearson, the new
iruggist at Starns Pharmacy.
Oh little City of Madisonville, how
Jtill we see thee lie, as beyond thy
It's not "all right," but "all wrong" to go carelessly
along spending all you make.
The time will come when you will need all the mon
ey you are throwing away in extravagance.
Money is always a SURE FRIEND. When you
make this sure friend, don't cast "him" aside.
DON'T do it.
BANK your money.
We invite your banking business.
COVINGTON BANK & TRUST COMPANY
St. Tammany's Million Dollar Bank
A COMPLETE WRECK!
This is what one of our patrons told us: I am a complete
wreck physically. I must build up. My physician advised that
my prescriptions must be compounded i curately from pure
drugs. I have heard that you make a specialty of this depart.
ment of your store, and I am coming to you for service.
We assure you he got just what he asked, for all patrons get
this kind of service here.
Prescriptions delivered at. Abita Springts twice daily.
!A RDUNE R sDDRUG
C RR STORE
You'll find Service and Prices Right
(Saturday, August 13)
At Sulphur Springs
Don't fail to attend First-class Jazz Band
deep and dreamless sleep, flood, fire,
crime and disaster pass thee b;,; may
in your dark streets shineth the ever
lasting light, may the hopes and
fears of by-gone years lead you forth
to a future prosperous bright..
There is something doing every
night in Madisonville at Deadinger's
Bakery-baking bread, wot yult
Joe Anderson says the highly per
fumed but low principled red eyeo
dyspeptic white livered bullet head
ed chicken thief that frightened his
seventeen bulldogs out of his yard
by makiffg faces at them and steal
ing his nine-year-old guinea hen and
two china eggs, can have the bosom
of his palm beach breeches he acci
dentally left hanging on his picket
fence, by calling for same and pay
ing for this advertisement. Ain t
I met old Henpecked Henry yes
terday sporting two black eyes, a
corrugated ear, three fractured ribs,
one arm in a sling and limping on all
his legs. He says his mother-ini-Taw
came last Sunday to spend a week
with him. Seems to me she'll be
here for t'ne funeral. Oh, sweet
Wonder how are all my old Man
deville girls, Mr. Editor. I uster be
a gum drop in Mandeville once but
dat wuz befo jelly-beans kumn out.
Me and Old Dolph Milloit uster wear
a fake diamond big as two bits worth
of'ice and he unter stutter so bad he
would trip himself up whenever he
tried to dance.
- Miss Gertrude Helmer, of New Or
leans, spent a pleasant week end as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Miss Elsie Sturm is spending this
week with her brother Bobbie at
Oh ye baseball fans! Some big
time baseball that was at Madison
ville Park last Saturday evening.
Didjer see it, Mister? Nine innings,
and the score: Frankilnton 4, Madi
sonville 4. But in the tenth inning,
through errose, the Strawberry Slug
gers made two perfectly good scores.
But, nemmind, Jimmie, we will get
your animal yet. Kid Rousseau says
a fly-ball ain't got no fbiznesa in his
p~rt of the field--proved that last
Baby Dud, taking a tip from Prof.,
gathered a jolly crowd of girls and
boys and on that famous Steamer
Josie steamed down to Madiosnville
and danced their ankles hot and pro
ceeded then for a dip in Lake Pont
chartnain. One of the boys says he
takes a bath every-six months. if he
needed it or nat.
Doctor J. F. Pigott was a visitor
to Madisonville, Sunday. Kinder
good for sore eyes to see him.
Say, Bo, them Hobbs-Autcmobile
Bys know how to handle a baseball
as well as twist the tail off a rbalky
Ford, beating Madiconville's crac i
team by a score of 3 to 0. Next
Sunday (to-morrow) Madisonville
Sill take revenge on the Jahncke
Dry Dock boys of Now Orleans.
Better come see the game.
Madisonville, in the Frist Ward of
St. Tammany Parish, has proved
again its appreciation of the aid in
agricultural club work, being the
only town in St. Tammany having a
representative number of both boys
and girls clubs taking the agricul
tural short course. This honor to
Master Junior Rousseau, of the boys'
club, and Miss Maoel Perrin, of the
girls' club. They state their only
regrets are that th- term was so
That beautiful shell road to the
lake only lacks about one and one
quarter milcs of being completed,
but. work is being rushed. .
Poor Pets lost his glass eye last
night, slapped at a skeeter and jarr
ed it loose and so dear sighted in his
other eye can't look for it.
And they say the worst is yet to
come. So you better subscribe now
--only $2.00 per year, cash. No
wild-eat oil stock accepted.