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The Sensation of The Year
THE TALK OF BOGALUSA IS THE
ONLY ONLY
$585 "CHEVROLET" $585
F. 0. B. BOGALUSA F. 0. B. BOGALUSA
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The Lowest Price Real Automobile Yet Produced
Self Starter
and Electric Lights
The "CHEVROLET" is a real automo- ets, which gives accessibility to clutch and
bile. It has a quiet, powerful VALVE-IN- allows removal of all transmission, if neces.
HEAD Morter. It has looks-it has style- sary, in twenty minutes. (Patterns grant
it is beautifully finished and rides like a ed or applied for on the above.
cradle.
The "CHEVROLET" has the following Besides these Exclusive Feat
novel and superior features not to be found ures, the "CHEVROLET' has
in any other car built: res, the CHEVROLET has
(1) ShocLk-absorbing duplex front (1) Streamline front; (2) Crown fend
springs; (2) Self-lubricattng clutch collr; ers; (3) Cellular radiator; (4) Body with
(3) Hub construction with triple sige bear- flush sides and concealed hinges; (5) T hree
ings, preventing "wabble" of wheels and speed transmission; (6) Three-quarters
wear on tires; (4) Compouand self:steering floating axle; (7) Cantilever springs; (8)
gear attached to body-the simplest and Ventilating windsheield; [9] Hohair top;
saftest ever constnucter; (5) Unit power
plant, carrying transmission on open brack- [10] The world-famous Zenith Carburetor.
ALL PARTS CARRIED IN STOCK
So that in case you should need any repair quickly you can get it
30 Hours of Service With Each Car Sold
We will give 30 hours of service with each car we sell which is another feature
that no other agent gives. This 30 hours service will be rendered as you require
it and there will be no charge whatsoever for this servsce.
Phone 61 For a Demonstration and See the Beauty
ROBINSON & ROBERTS
Washington Parish Representatives
PriP5ONAIM
Mrs. P. E. Hardee and children
Dorothy and P. E. Jr., are enjoying
a two weeks visit with Mrs. Hardee's
imotlier at Bay St. Louis.
Postmaster Wilcox, visited New
Orleans Sunday to attend "The
Birth of A Nation."
Y:ivor Sullivan has returned from
a t:tr day's business trip in Northern
and Eastern cities.
P Andrus. of the Great Southern,
w:n among the Boalusa people
thi:\ spent the week end in New
O rleans.
S. Lacy Dickerson. formerly of
t' " city, but now of New Orleans,
trtudsacted business here Tueslay.i
He reports that Jas. B. Ross has ar
rived in New Orleans from a several
week's trip in South America.
Attorney Jess Johnson, went to
New Orleans Sunday to meet his
father, who returned home from
Texas where he has been soending
s the winter.
J. D. Mammelli spent Sunday in
New Orleans.
Prof. J. F. Peters spent Saturday
in New Orleans.
Mrs. D. H. Kirvan and son, David,
have returned to their home in Col
umbia, after a pleasant visit with
Mrs, A. Stewart.
Misses Inez Blanchard and Eliia
beth Sullivan were New Orleans
visitors for the week end.
, Ex-Goveraor, J. Y. Sanders was
in Franklinton Saturday.
Misses Maxcy Stacy, Agnes and
Myrtle Wood of Angie, visited Miss
Emma Williams last week.
Mrs. E. Dunaway and little niece;
Ona Lee Harrell, are visiting rela
tives in Morgantown, Miss.
W. C. Flanders spent the week
end in the Crescent City.
Mrs. Edwin Brown has gone to
New Orleans where she will receive
medical treatment.
Misses Nola Lancaster and
Florence Davis were New Orleans
visitors Sunday.
J. H. Friend, formerly chief en
gineer of G. S. L Co. left Bogalusa
Sunday, for New Orleans. where he
will engage in business.
R. Blanchard of Columbia spent
the week end with his family.
Mr. Joseph Darcental of White
Castle, La., visited Mrs. Blanchard
and Mrs. M. K. Pearce, Sunday.
W. H. Bell formerly employed by
the L F. B. Co., has gone to Jackson
where he will make his home.
J. M. Bvrd left Monday for Col
umbia whre he will be employed by
the Bogalusa Turpentine Co.
Mrs. M. J. Hayman of Wiggins,
Miss., is visiting Mrs T. A. Moak
and other relatives.
Mrs, McEnulty and Miss Emma
Mae Poole, of Mobile, are visiting
their father, C. M. Poole.
Mrs. M. H. O'Neil, of New Orleans,
sDent Sunday with her daughter,
Mrs. F. J. Tilton.
George Letten has returned to
Bogalusa from Phildelphia. Miss.,
and accented a position with the
G. S. L. Co.
G. Williams and H. W. Heslin
transacted" business in Jackson
Saturday.
Miss Mollie Heiman, of New Or
leans, visited Mrs. M. Heiman this
week.
T. H. Mills, of Ruston, La., is visit
ing J. C. Mills, en route to attend
the Louisiana Coca Cola Bottler's
Convention which is being held in
New Orleans this week.
Mrs. H. S, Smith, of Slideil, was
in Bogalusa Saturday.
Miss Bertie Thompson of Angie,
has returned home aftera pleasant
visit with Mrs. R. K. Thompson.
A. D. Lear, of the Store of Service,
transacted business in Franklinton
Wednesday.
L. T. Richardson and Norman
Simmons were visitors to the Parish
seat yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0 Palmer return
ed from New Orleans after a few
days visit with friends.
M. A. Berenson returned Monday
from New Orleans.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Strattman
have returned from a visit to New
Orleans, Hattiesburg, Port Gibson
and other cities of interest.
Mrs. Carl Smith and son Reginald
left Tuesday for Williana La., to ie
with relatives.
Mrs. H. W. Heslin and son Mal
colm are spending several days in
New Orleans.
Miss Katie Landors had the mis
fortune of getting her arm broken
while in New Orleans.
Mrs. Little, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. A. A. Overstreet and
family, has returned to her home in
1 DeKalb Miss.
J. C. Mills, the genial manager of
the Coca Cola Bottling Co., attended
the bottlers convention which was
held In New Orleans this week.
Miss Zula Spring, of New Orleans.
visited her parents Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Magee spent
the week end in Varnado with
relatives.
Mrs. R. M. Oliver left Sunday for
a two weeks visit with relatives and
friends in Jackson Miss
Hon. and Mrs. B. D. Talley spent
the week end in New Orleans.
Mrs. B. C. Webster and daughter,
left yesterday for Memphis, Tenn.,
where they will visit Mr. Webster,
who as been there for several
:months, overseeing the erection of
a big bridge.
Carefully R egulated
Our instution is managed along modern and correct
lines and proportions, and seeks your busines
on its ability to give "personal service."
New customers are invited on the basis of efficienq al
absolute security.
4 per cent Paid on Time Deposits
3 1.2 per cent on Savings Accounts
First State Bank
Bogalusa, La.
Oldest Bank in Washington Parish
Miss Violet Donolon, a nurse at
the Bogalusa hospital, spent the
week end in New Orleans.
Colson Domergue of Covington,
was in Bogalusa Saturday with
friends.
Mrs. Paul Rousette and daughter,
Elsie, spent the week end in the
Crescent City.
A. K, Beall was a New Orleans
visitor Sunday.
Miss Christine Crowe, of Sun,
spent a few days with Mrs. S. J.
Welsh this week.
Mrs. C. G. Jones of Bush, spent
the week end in Bogalusa stopping
at Mrs. M. E. Rameys.
Mrs. G. J. Williams spent Satur
day in Covington with her son.
MALIC CITY PROGlAM
Tralght, Thursday, March 30th
Francis Ford in a 2 reel Drama,
"Phantom Leland." Ella Hall in a
"Child of Circumstance" and our
L K. 0. Comedy, "Sea Days and
Land Bats."
Friday Cleo Madison in a 5 reel
Broadway Feature, "Soul Enslaved."
5 and 10 cents.
Saturday 2 reel Drama, a good
Comedy also an Animated Weekly.
Sunday 2 reel L. K. O. Comedy
"September Mourning" also 2 reels
of good Drama.
Monday "The Living Lie" 3 reels
with Mina Cunard Sammie John
son Hunter.
Tuesday Girl and Game No. 8
"Helen's Wild Ride for Right-of
Way."
"The Dupe" featuring Herbert
Rawlinson and Agnes Vernon 3
reels.
H. C. BUTTLER
Auto Repair
Works
F ormel y with
FORD FACTORY and NATION
AUTO COMPANY
Satisfaction Guaranteed Or Money Refundid
Nigh Calls Phone 476
Day Calls Phone 27
Bogalusa Mill & Suppy
Wednesday "Graft" No.
Dreaming Jungle Town"
Thursday "'His Majesty D
pin" with Crace Cunard and
Ford.
Next Friday April 7th
Mercerean in "The Path of
ness.
PRESIDENT WILSOI
Third Grandchild Is
ter Born to Mr i
F. B. Sayre,
Philadelphia, March 28-x,
ter was born to Mr. and M:-.
cis Bowes Sayre here wdsi
is the third grandchild of
Wilson, and will be neaed.
Axson Sayre, for Mrs
mother. Mother and eb
reported tonight to be
Mrs. Sayre has been at
of Mrs. A. W. Howe, a
President, several weeks.
N. 0. G. N. Retrat Sil
F. G. Pierce of Pierce
Mercantile Co., of W
purchased the N. 0. G. N.
from Daniel and Hamptol
Pierce will have the place
and things will be strictly I
date. He will move his aflat:
Bogalusa presently.
House is Baured
A house which was not
and located near the cbit
Adamstown, was totally
last Thursday night. The
the fire is unknown.

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