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Pei Tul apl thi Are Sce wit sta . -~i--: o cal in' Learn to Dance! r di The dancing season has ha opened and many balls are planned for the th near future that you at are sure to enjoy if you di be KNOW ALL THE sl NEW STEPS t1 r There is nothing that will ti assist you more in at learning these new dan- P' ces than the VICTROLA o We have all models of sI this famous instrument el at prices and terms that will please you. , NEW RECORDS Ase received each week r for giving the latest a dance music, songs. etc Boalsa Mill -AND SUPPLY CO. leetilg Bglau Frrlds J.M.Byrd, candidate for assessor Shas beei spending the week in Bo galusa looking after his political fences. Mr. Byrd states that he is ( well pleased with the outlook for himself being the next assessor of Washington Parish. Mr. Byrd is well and favorably known in all putsof the Parish and will make mexellen( race. ithday Party Mauter Lumod Rester celebrated his ninth birthday last Monday darnoon, at his home on Missis dlpJ Ave, wbem he invited about twety of his play mates to his pay, The youag host was the reipitet of many nice presents. 'he usual games were played and rereshments were served. I Don't Worry Abou he Money It will be only a few more days until you will have to buy a Ceplete outfit for your far mily. Perhaps you are already worrying about how you are going to dress them comfortably There will be shoes, underwear, hats, and stockings and many other things To buy. Don't Worry. Bring the family here, get everything they need. Pay a little down and the remainder a little each pay day. Isn't that fair enough.? I CASH OR CREDIT I Harry r , Tailor Columbia Street DIgalus, La. I"F-, ISgur DllS POST II "OMA, I STHE TEIMTAEn" AT TILA IE New Orleans, Sept. 27th. (Special) "Omar, the Tentmaker," the S Persian romance by Richard Walton Tully in which Guy Bates Post is appearing at the Tulane Theatre i this week might be likened to an . Arabian Night's tale in Persian scenes, gorgeous in color, bursting S with action and embellished with stagecraft of the highest order. Its S unusual qualities are attracting capacity audiences at each perfor mance and the large advance sale indicates a continuing of this con dition. Mr. Tully's play becomes en- c hanced in fascination through re peated viewings. Glowing as it Idoes with the mad, glad spirit of the East, it alternately thrills itg audiences by the horror of its trage dies, and enchants them by the beauty of its love-scenes. It is a skillful welding of intrigue, permit ting slinking assassins to thrust ( glistening knives through unsus pecting qhoulder blades, while in the next instant beauteously beings are making love with Romeo like passion ii rose-bowered gardens at sunset. Much of the success attending "Omar, the Tentmaker" is due with out a doubt to the acting of Mr. Post in the title role. As the youthful student, the middle-aged poet, the elderly philosopher Mr. Post at all times reads his melodious and grace ful lines with animation and feeling. His happy lover is fully as convinc ing as his matured and sobered philosopher. A succession of stage pictures of rare beauty are provided, although at no time does the frame distract attention from the figures. Inciden tal music ccmposed by Anita Bald win which is also harmoniously Ut obstrusive is sensed vaguely during much of the performance. This in cidental music is rendered by an e3larged orchestra under the direct ibn of Maurice Nitke. There will be a bargain matinee Saturday. Suday School hly RALLY DAY WHERE ? al Sunday School of First Bautist is Church WEEN ? of Sunday Oct., 3 at 930 am OUR AIM all 1 Every possible pupil in Sunday e School 2 Every church member (there are 400) at Sunday School 3 Every Sunday School member at Church. 4 A Better Sunday SchooL. S Anoferloa to the State Missions. SZ. A. Davis Supt his Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Bovd and Mr. te and Mrs. O.B. Boyd and little ts. daughter, hilda, and Mrs. Monroe lad Boyd motored to Covington 'and Mandevill Sunday. CO.OPERATIOIVI By Prf. J. F. Ptnm Somebody did a golden deed; Somebody proved a friend in need; Somebody smiled the whole day L long; Somebody sang a beautiful song; Somebody taught, "Tis sweet to give;" s" Somebody said, 'I'm glad to live;" b Somebody fought a valiant fight; o Somebody lived to shield the night; s' Was that 'Somebody," you? P Selected. t A wee little miss, the daughter of 'v one of our enterprising merchants, r some nightsago with a smile and a - cheery laugh distributed some pam- I phlets that called on the people to I t c3-operate and to show by their ( actions, how well they liked our i I city. Every inhabitant is a part of our progressive city. I care not, e whether he is employed, whether i 9 he works in some obscure position, I or whether he is one of the essential t factors in the administration and government of our comnmonwealth, l each is indispensable to the success, i s development and growth of our I e city. No chain is stronger than the I it weakest link so our city machine can be no stronger than its weakest g cog. Therefore when you feel like 1' knocking stop a minute and turnj it you eyes inward and as you read 11 from our thoughts, ask yourself the a question, "Do I give a helping hand to the efforts made to improve ourl city in its mental, moral and physi calaspects?" "DoI begin to be of some real help to struggling Boga lusa and to live more in accordance with the sentiment expressed by Sam Walter Foss in his beautiful l poem, when he said: et Let me live in a house by the side n of the road d- Where the race of men go by, L' They are good, they are bad, they S re weak, they are strong, wise n- foolish; so am I. 1n Then why should I sit in the cor TIUSlllK E Mr. and Mrs Freeman Jordan, of I Flornville. were Talisheek visitors t Sunday. Ira Hall was a Talisheek visitor Sunday. Mrs, Annie Bruce is visiting her - daughter, Mrs. Nobles,' in New Or leans, for a few days. We are glad to know little Miss Jessie Saucier is up aggin after two weeks illness. Mr. Cross has returned after spending several days with his family at Picayune. Mesdames. W. O.and Claud Bilbo e spent Monday in Slidell. S. E. Bilbo, of New Orleans, visit ed homefolks Sunday. Robt. Wood spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. John Wood at Sun Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Mrs: Carrie Brandt and son, Sam, left for New Orleans Wednesday, after spending NOTICE To Whom It May ,Concern This company will not honor any orders from employee against their time. We have established weekly pay rolls (paying the men off ech Saturday) for the purpose of stopping this practice. And in future we will adhere strictly to this rule. Louisiana Fibre Board SCompany Paper Mill ner's seat. Or have the Cynic's lean ? Let me live in a house by the side of the road And be a friend to man. Let us throw off our cloak of selfishness, roll up our sleeves and be a booster. Let cooperation be ; our battle cry and finish our work ; so vigorously, that Louisiana can point with pride to Bogalusa and 'that the men, "who blazed the path f where highways never ran" will be s, proud of us. Our great state is' a awakening, the grand old state of i- Louisiana, to the'fact that she can o n t offer to raise one illiterate citizen. ir Our State Superintendent of Educa r tion, who is a live wire in an educa- I )f tional sense, a man of character, t, s ands four square to the world, high 3r above petty animosities and with an n, earnest desire for the welfare of our al state in callinig upon the parish id superintendents, to raise high the h, 1 banner of proud old Louisiana, which is, is travling now in the dust of igno ir rance. School property in many ie localities, is a disgrace to humanity, a ie it is found in many instances, that st the hogs and ecattle of the com te munity are better housed than the rn school children. It is time for id somebody to get busy. And let itvi he be said to the credit of our state id superintendent that he has realized ur the sacred duty of his position. He si- has called upon the people to help of him Let us put our shoulders to a" the wheel and help each other, for ce we need each other. We can be of 25 by mutual benefit to each other. do [ul There are hermit 'souls that live with drawn de In a place of their self con'ent, wl There are souls like stars that awell or apart ey In a fellowless firmament; ise Let me live in a house by the side Q1 of the road, ,r- And be a friend to man. several days in Talisheek. 01 ft ' Miss Zilma Danfleus, of New Or of leans,is visiting Miss Lilia Fathertree ors this week. Mr. and Mrs. Brough spent the vi tor week end in the Crescent City. Murphy Crain, of Varnado, visited p ler Talisheek Friday. u Or- - hb Mrs. E. Redin is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. D. Redin, for the week end. liss - wo Mrs. M. L. Ryles left Saturday for Tylertown, where she will visit d friends and relatives. a fter Mrs. Penton arrived Saturday I his after a pleasant visit to Florvllle. t Miss Vivian Jordan leftTuesdaya ilbo for Picayune where she will attend schooL School will begin here October 4, sit when the new school house will be completed. with Miss Katie Hitts, of Sun, spent Sun Friday with Mrs, C. L Wood. Mrs. G. W. Fougg is visiting Mrs. Irrie Bass, at Maude, La., this week,. New ling Mis Ethel Wright has returned - to her home in New Orleans after a pleasant yisit to her cousin, ,irs. Parker. Miss Josie Stockstill, of Bogalusa, eis visiting her sister, Mrs. Calvin Penton this week. nor - inst A. P. Dickey, postmaster at Bush, jm visited Talisheek Friday. Mrs. Calvin Penton gave a party to a few friends Monday evenirg d in the guests were Misses Jennie and y te Hazel Thomas, Clarece Fredrick, Audrie Richardson. Marie Bider Josie Stockstill and Jack Jones, Sam SParker. Philip Davis, Archie Parker, Ezikiel Thomas, Ralph Richardson and Joe Videl. Refreshments were served by Misses Nellie and Viola Penton. FEE To0 ATRo Is the service of the EXCHANGE BOARD ia lobby of this Bank. If you have somethi ng to sel to the party who wishes to buy, or something to buy k from one desiring to sell, we will list It for Syou. FREE OF CHARGE. CHRISTIAS WILL BE HERE IN 86 DAYS. CORRESRONDENCE INVITED 4 per cent paid on Time Certificates 3Z per cent paid on Savings Accounts n First State Bank BOGALUSA, LA. e Oldest Bank in Washington Parish a. . Mrs. Joe Hampton made a flying aB visit to Slidell the 20th. e W. J. Daniels and T. P. Ball were Bogalusa visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Duncan went to Bush the a 1 25th, where she will spend several days with relatives. A few. couples were entertained with a game of 500 by Mrs. Barron 1 on the 23rd. T. M. Seal's extra gang is now a Quartered here for a short time. J. B. Yates and T. S. Conerly left on the afternoon train of the 25th for New Orleans en route to St. Louis and Cincinnati on. a short business trip. J. L Mathews was a Bogalusa e visitor the 25th, Miss Mvrtle Wood, one of our d popular school teachers spent Sat urdav and Sunday the guest of her brother at Lacombe. J. H. Thomson went to New Or leans to be with his brother, Warren, it during an operation by physicians at the hospital there. He returned home that night and both he and ihis wife went down Sunday to spend o the day with the patient, who was doing fairly well His friends here y all wish for him a speedy recovery. , , FORD THE UNVERSAL. CAR Prices lowered staal, bit the sme Foled er.' The reaord of satisatery pere eaus hi, ft thai 900,000 owen sarely sakes it the i versal Car"--thea y wat It nmL deaudss of pnfessalol aid bulines s:i brias pleanre to the while family. satnog, lrel esmlal It nt# malmtalmaice, Iuuahut 53W' ImI $440; f. . b. Detlt. Or s h , H."E. Austia rst PIPr Our community was sL ('ked by the sudden dt): Mr. W. N. Magee the NI . 4 agent it Sandy Hook, whloh ed verb suddenly the 24th. e Rev. Lee preached atim church to good siaze Saturday night Sdmdai eland night, F.P. Barron and wife d flying dental visit .,to D Sunday. Mrs. Jerry Balland baby, worth, are visiting reladtves friends. Comfom s ; Blankets' Heaters Terms To SA a si ROG "N "R gar II* 7.