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Our instution is managed along modern and correct banking lines and proportions, and seeks your business on its ability to give "personal service." New customers are invited on the basis of efficiency and 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 WANTED Empty Feed Sacks and METAL JUNK OF ALL KINDS Highest Cash Prices Paid H. WEINSTEIN Columbia " Next Door to Unole Sam's Street Dept. Store PEPSON PARG Joseph Dupot of Talisheek visited Miss Laura Williams last week. M. L. Delk visited relatives in Hattiesburg last week. Capt. L. F. Guerre transacted business in Columbia Saturday. Miss Beulah Collins spent Friday in Rio. Miss Camille Pigott spent the week end in Covington with friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Tarut spent the week end in New Orleans. Mrs. J. H. LiDscomb is spending several days in the Crescent City. Miss Lola Seals of Varnado visited Miss Annie Glover last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Phillips spent a few days in Rockport and George town, Miss., last week with rela tives. Mrs. P. A. Loflin and children of Varnado were visitors to Bogalulusa Saturday. Mrs. M. Singerman of New Or leans is visiting her daughter, Mrs.1 Gus. Levin of Pleasant Hill. Jno. Harmon, who has been in Get the Habit Trade at The New Penny Store I"BlueBird" 40 Piece Dinner Set GIVEN AWAY Special Sale of GOLD BRAND CHINA WARE Dinner Pilatt at ts. Dessert Plates Grand 5c, 10c, 25c Store Columbia St. Bs, tweenH :.r Tlr ; Bogalusa for the past year as man ager of the Model Shoe store, has gone to Mississippi where he has accepted a good position. M. L. Wuescher. auditor of the' G. S. L. Co., transacted business in New Orleans Tuesday. Lieut. W. D. Shaffer and P. 0. LeBlanc attended the Muster In spection of the hospital corps at New Orleans Tuesday. Unusually good values in felt, straw and palmetto hats for men: newest shades in crush felt hats for young men, prices, $2 to $7.50, at Bogalusa Stores Co. John Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boyles, Mrs. L. Southerland of Varnado were Bogalusa visitors Saturday. Miss Mary Barbara Powers left Saturday for her home in Cnarlotts ville, Va., after an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. E. A. Powers. Jesse Johnson, the well known young attorney, transacted busi ness in New Orleans and Covington this week. Mrs. E. E. Fields of Carrreie Miss., has returned home after a pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. W. C. Lonnergan. Mrs, R. S, Carson and children who have resided in Bogalusa quite a while, have gone to make their home in Petersburg Va. Miss Maggie Williams has return ed to her position in the Bogalusa hospital, after a two weeks vacation spent in New Orleans and other cities, Mr. and Mrs. White of 837 Ave., C are the proud parents of a son who arrived last week. Mother and baby doing nicely. Danois J. Mora of New Orleans, has accepted a position with the G. S. L. Co. Mr. Mora will bring his family to Bogalusa at any early date. E. Rester, Albert. Simmons and Ed Knight went to Mandeville Tues day and returned with several Ford cars, two of which were purchased by Mr. Ku ight. Fre;h vegetables from New Or leans Fridays, Saturdays and Sun days; fresh and ice-chilled meats daily. at Company's Meat Market. Phone 49. Latest spring models in Ameri can Lady corsets, just received, dlurable and perfect fitting, priced $1 to $3.50 at Bogalusa Stores Co. Chuina and Jap matting in good patterns, tan and green designs in fibre cottage carpeting. 25 and 35 icents per yard. at Bogalusa Stores Conlpanv. L. S. Sitz was a Columbia visitor Monday. Miss Ola Lott of Varnado visited Mrs. W. A. Keaton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. James of Rio, visited Mrs. J. W. James last week C. G. Hayman has been confined to his bed for several days. Misses Eloise Talley and Ida Wood spent Sunday in the Crescent Citvy Lloyd Letten spent the week end in New Orleans and Covington. Cyril Mamelli is spending several days in New Orleans with relatives. Rev. Wingo of Slidell. visited Rev. J. E. Brakefield Tuesday. Mrs W. C. Bullock is spending a few days in Georgetown this-week. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Williams spent the week in New Orleans. The Misses Pattens of Columbia are the guests of Miss Eloise Talley. Jack Herring of Laurel, Miss., has accepted a position with the L. F, B. C. Mrs. E. Deer and children, of Norfield are guests of Mrs. Dudley Reeves. J. B, Evans and Claud Blanchard were New Orleans visitors for the week end. Mrs. T. H. Hiett and daughter, Johnnie May, of Sun, were in Boga lusa Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Rowell are spending a few days in New Or leans. Mrs. M. Smith of Jamestown is the guest of her son, W. L. Smith and family. Mrs. W. A. Chandler and da .glh ter, Inez, are visiting relatives in 1 Brookhaven and Wessen. Miss. Mrs. J. D. Haphy was called to New Orleans Tuesday on account of the illness of her hlittle son, Alden. Mrs. J. B. Wheat and baby, left Tuesday for an extended visit with relatives in Foxworth and Kokomo, Miss. Mrs. V. J. Nethery of Pocahontas Tenn.. who has been the guest of Mrs. G. D. Tipler, has returned to her home. Mrs. S. H. Bozeman of Columbia, has returned to her home after visiting Mrs. Steven Bozeman of I Bogalusa. Mrs. M. White of Columbia, has returned home after an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Cox. Major C. R. Woods, General Su perintendant of the L. F. B. Co., transacted business in New Orleans Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. White and son, Lee, Misses Blanche Gilson and Ethel Parker of Poplarville motored to Bogalusa and visited Mrs. E. A. Quick, Sunday. Fred Sullivan, of Buffalo, N.Y. and a brother of Mayor W. H. Sul livan is in the city to make a visit with the Sullivan family, This is his first visit to the Magic City. He was greatly impressed with the city and its citizens, and promises to visit frequently in the future. Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Jones and sons James and Walter, Mrs. J. L. Wat kins and daughter, Miriam, Alvin Smith and Miss Lucile Smith of Covington, motored to Bogalusa Sunday and visited Dr. J. F. Pigott and family, ANGIE . Miss Eloise Ford was a Columbia visitor on the 1st. Mrs. A. J Harrell spent Saturday in Bogalusa. .1. M. Crain and wife took in the sights at New Orleans on Sunday. Frank J. Ford, of Bush, was here on a short business trip on Saturday. Mrs. R. Smith went to Bogalusa on Saturday for-a few hours. T. P. Ball was a Bogalusa and Foxworth visitor last Thursday and Friday respectively. Mrs. J. B. Slade was a shopping visitor to New Orleans on last Sat urday. J. B. Williamson and C. W. Tynes were visitors to Columbia on the first. Lem McMillan, of Varnado, was an out of town visitor to the card party Saturday night. Miss Etta Scarborough left on the 2nd., for Franklinton where she will spend a short time. Mr. Iddo J. Ball went to New Or leans on the afternoon train Monday for a short business trip. Mrs. F. P. Barron and Miss Addie Shay were visitors to Bogalusa on Wednesday. C. Scarborough went to Columbia on Wednesday where he will remain for several days with friends. Miss Aletha Seals, of Varnado, spent the week end here with her sister Mrs. R. Smith. Mr. Bates, a clothing saleman of Bogalusa, was here on the 31st., taking orders for his house. " Mrs. Bankston, of Bogalusa, was here for a few hours on Friday visit ing her mother Mrs. F. N.K.Adams. C. R. Pope was a Talisheek visitor on the31st, going down to look after his logging interests at that point. H. W. Wilkinson, of the Gulf Refining Co.. was on our streets one day last week in the interest of his house, Mr. Leigh, former book-keeper of the Bellamy Lumber Co., left on the 31st for Poplarvilie where he will be located for the present, Miss Louise Stewart, who has been visiting in Columbia Miss., re turned to the home of her sister here on last Thursday. Mrs. J. P. Cuendet and three children, who have been spending a couple of weeks with the formers mother Mrs. C. C. Connally left for their home in Gulfport Miss., on Saturday. Rev. D.C. Farmer, of Oakvale, Miss., came down on Friday to look after the reparing of his house here and visit with relatives, and while here he spent a couple of days with friends and relatives in Varnado. J. D. Hampton and wife, of Slidell, came up Saturday night to see the .latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Magee. tMr. Hampton returned to his work on Sunday but Mrs. Hampton will remain several days. J. B. Lisenbv entertained a few of his friends at cards last Saturday evening at the home of W. M. Magee. Five hundred and Rook were played until 10 p m, when delightful re freshments were served. Everyone had a most enjoyable time and voted Mr. Lisenby "A jolly good host" Mrs. Magee and daughter Mrs. Hampton acted as hostesses. WE NAVE ALL TH P-T/OTHE-MINU FURNISHINGS AND HATS - GLOVE pp .000 Gentlemen: Whenever You NEED anythina furnish your body, from heels to head, to us for it. Our furnishings are sna our hats are nifty: our bright neckties make m rainbow look dull. When you see our hats and furnishings og PRICES will make you buy; when you warr them you will step high with the del PROUD feeling that only a well dressed knows. HARRY, the TAILOR=: " YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. . Roy Thompson spent the week end with relatives in Bogalusa. Miss Hettie Sibley, of Sandy Hook, visited Miss Iona Kennedy last Sunday. H. H. Kennedy came up from Talisheek latter part of last week to spend a few days with his family here. J. H. Thompson, who is running a saw mill near Poplarville spent the week end with his family here. Robert Thornhill, accompanied by Dr. Warner visited his brother Fred, who is very ill at Sandy Hook Miss. We hope to be able to be able to announce soon that he is much improved. Little Connie Mae Thompson entertained about sixteen girls at a party on April 1st., in honor of her eighth birthday. Many enjoyable games and contests were played and delicious cake, candy and fruit and were served. The guests stayed till a late hour when all went home to tell of the delightful afternoon. Little Miss Nellie Mae Touchstone entertained her little friends at a birthday party on Saturday March 25th. Games were played, contests engaged in and finally the guests entered the dinning room, which was decorated in pink and green, to partake of the Birthday cake, which bore nine candles, and other re freshments. The children all report a very lovely afternoon and the little hostess was delihghted over the gifts. Good News Next Week Wait and Watch Million Article Store M. MARX Magic CityPropw TONIGHT, THURS. APRI. April 6th, Grace Cunard and Fuandisi in "His Majesty Dick Turpin" 2 reellI drama "As Fate Decides" alJo "1 Dream Man" featuring Myrtle and Josie Sedgewiche. Friday Violet Mercereau in a* i Red leather Photo play "Tbe Pak Happiness" 5 and 10cents. Saturday Trail Of Wild Wolf m2i drama also Uncle Sam at Work Wealth and Building Health" a government spectacle. Sunday 2 reel L K-O comedy "Elevating Father" "When Loom Nestor comedy, also King Baggotia Man" Monday "Recoiling Vengeance" reel 101 Bison aminal thrillerandaLlEi comedy "Her Naughty Eyes" Tuesday "Mary Fuller in "Mada' 0I nit" 2 reels "Her Greatest Story"feai4 Myrtle Gonzales also Helen Holmeslaf1 Close Call" chapter 9 of Girl aid ,8sa Wednesday Graft No. 9. Next Friday April 14th Harry Carey "A Knight of The Range" SreelWestet Monday April 17th madam Sarah Bl hardt in "Jeanne Dore." Miss Luella Bullock has ret to Bell Haven College, where sink attending school, after visiting 1I brother, W. C. Bullock of Bogda Mrs. H. M. Rykoski has retil from a visit with relatives in 1 Orleans. I Dr. J. F. Pigott is in the Bogela hospital staff now, looking aft4s employees of the L. F. B. C.