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Now that the election is over you need something refreshing, vigor ating and wholesome. If you get the Genuine Coca Cola you wil feel a lot better whether your choice won or no! For Sale at All First Class Stores I Have a Case Sent to Your Home Coca Cola Bottling Co. Phone 67 SO Mrs. P. Casting of New Orleansi visited her husband last week, who iplaying ball with the Bogalusa iB team. et EdO'Mera, a former eminiuyee of :~eG.S.L. Co. left 'hursday for0 f Jackson Tenn., vhere ihe as acceptedl I a position. SMrs. F. P. Lumphin a.lid childrenl, of Purvis, Miss.. have returunitd hoaie after a pleasant visit with Mrs. A. T. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. C, E. (re'.nlve:r of Our a fsifiedE FORSALE-Fie fi : , andbarness, in ,2,, c , . !'' :1 fomcash. Pho:t r : .. Department Star, LOST S1R II. --- vay mare fr,:,o .1 "Y"clipped ,.: . . i i' inght leg wuien tr . will be paid for ,. . ' yr. EAUIFUL Ilili::i SALE.-12 c. * i registered bull. N. tt ..s '. SURRY AND I -RNFSS I ,ii? ;.'i..:- STry and hariwess in t., :iled, uillbesold at a h'irc.iii: ',', , _, 1a 1 FOR RENT-FurnisihIl or un fu:rnishtdl rooms or light huu.kepii. Nrth boIia lus. Phone 252 or appli at t'uirks resi FOR SALE-white L.gnh,,r. l'uits anld afewcockerels, seventy tiv. e c1n(tt each Ii, sixormore. Mrs. F. 1P. mi.' :1\nie Good News Next Week Wait and Watch ' Million Article Store M. MARX W. C. Flanders is attending the cel Car Accountant Convention which is being held in Atlanta this week. Mrs. A. Herring of Laurel has come to make her home with her son Luther Bright. Ro Albert Simmons who has been in Bogalusa for some time has return ed to his home in Franklinton. J. B. Evans Jr.. was called to New m Orleans Tuesday on account of the ti' illiness of his little grandaughter, he P11 New Orleans were Boi,dulsa \ isitors ha last week aud ,tIpped at the Pine tl Tree Inn. See Blue Bird lhoto pltays. The world's finest screan productions ever: Mondiay at Magic City Theater. Mrs. W. A Chandler and daugh ter, Inez. returned Thursday from a visit with relative.> in Brookhaven o and Wessen, Miss Jas. B. Ross. President of the lii ,ew, iºr'a,.- . ndd rý riters, tran s auctei iusllies and Litedt : frien S ,here \\ e.' :e-dah'. I Iver- 11 n M o ln Cit T I ,t ', " l ii " h, to Pl"a,, " 'I ~. :and !rs J. M,. Thoipson leftI :,,fFriday or Jacksoi . Tenn., where they will make their future home i Mr. Thompson was an employee of G. S. L. Co., and they had resided in Bogalusa for several months. Their many friends wish them suc cess in their new home. R[Fine IJ'nOa l Aln Mn Eune l C' F . ýtJlRlll(S1 1 I Attcny uI In accordance with the usual custom there will be a Sacred Of Concert given at the M. E. Church five on Sunday (Easter) night, starting Wint r at 7:30 p, m. A most excellent ana program has been arranged and sevel you are extended a most cordial girls. 7 invitation to attend. Following is chose W the complete programe. and ! r Anthem, "Praise Ye the Lord." ing Hymn. ..Congregation. succi 4 Trio, "Hail to the Risen Lord"... not t Mesdams Magee, Griffith and Ball. has I Male Quartette. and Scripture Reading. that Prayer, by the Pastor. beini Tenor Solo....Mr. Talleyv. offer Anthem, "Salvation! Christ is for- at ti ever King" and Duet, "Love Divine, I'll love Ex- orivj ie celling"...,Miss Rowan and Mr. Tally. at tt h Collection. TI k. Male Quartette. prin Hymn, Congregation. tion: 3S Trio, "Peace I Leave With You" in tl r ...Mesdames Magee, Dobbs and Miss live Rowan. plen n Benediction. of li - ---- dem n- Notice To Patrons divil I take this means of 6otifying wer butt my patrons and friends that effec- but le tive Sunday April 23 this shop will hou! br. he closed on all Sundays hereafter. sect Please be (gvernied according and :ive when you want the best shave and rs hair cuts to be had in the city, give thii, shop one trial. n HI. 0. Palmer. al Columbia street. eI tiii i -th e U Birthday Party ket, William Edward Cutrer.the little ima son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cutrer, int h entertained his little friends Satur- wer stn day afternoon from 2 to 5 in honor ume Et of his sixth birthday. Games of various kinds were played and dte- hoi licious refreshments served. The wo% little people were entertained by dre ' .esda.tlne C(utre: and Pierpoint and a :.11 enjoyed the alair. \Wiilia: we Edward rccive ni many iee pre:- ia I.. it ' cl ,: k t, e 1 o ,iniram1, l . tle tfolks In tle dini: u:i to toe die oI the1* presuntday wHil take place, and after the program everyone mayn it danre-until 12 o'clock. The Grand March and whole affair will be for the old as well as ty leftl the young. Don't think you have tere to know the new dances to be able e to enjoy the evening. e f ,, e h Miss Alenia Dunnan, of Richton le Iths. Miss., and her friend Miss Ruff, of w su Ackerman, Miss.. are visiting Mr. sl and Mrs. C.F. Dunnan of Mississ ippi Ave., this week. Allen Bovkin, formerly located here but now connected with the Bush Camps came up Tuesday to vote and visit his many friends. NOT ANY WAY IN HIS LINE Chinese Doctor a Specialist in One Form of Ailment and Would Treat Nothing Else. The Englishman knows how to serve and he knows how to be served, says Mr. Isaac Taylor Headland in '"HIome Life in China," but in the matter of service and serving even the Englishman must take a second place, for the Chinaman has special ized service as that has never been done in Great Britain. We sometimes think we are special ists in the West. We have our eye spcialists, a kind of servant, of course, although I simply use them to illustrate what I wish to say here; but they often combine with the treatment of the eye that of the ear, the nose and the throat. They have not got down to a last analysis of specializing as the Chinese doctor COtRSE JELLS OF WORKi Misses Mlason and Jones nd811(1 , hu Sylvest W\ash ington Parish W\inners (By Miss Lillian Mason) Of the one hundred and twenty five students who attended the Winter Short Course of the Louisi ana State University, there were seventy-eight boys and forty-seven girls. These young people were chosen from 7000 corn, pig, canning and poultry club members, for hav ing attained more than ordinary success m the club work. This is not the first course of its kind that has been given by the University and each year, due to the su.cess that has already been made, it is being broadened. The boys were offered lodging at a reduced price at the University for the ten days, and the girls lived in town with private families, taking their meals at the University dining hall. The work of the boys consisted + principally of lectures, demonstra tions, etc., to give them instruction in the raising of farm crops and live stock. Improved farming im plements aud the very best types of live stock were used for these demonstrations. The girls were divided into sections, and classes were organized in sewing, cooking, t butter making, home nursing and household management. These sections numbered 1. 2 and 3 were -v given four periods each day, vary- - ing from one to two and one half - hours in length. In the butter making process, every detail of the making of butter, from the separa ting of the cream from the milk to tc the wrapping of the butter for mar ket, was taken up. In the cooking i many valuable receipts were given i , in the serving of luncheons, which were served by the club girls to the r members of the faculty, every day. f Only a brief course was given in s home nursing For the sewing e work, each girl was provided with a Sd'ress pattern and required to make e d a simple dress. These dresses : were to be worn at the club meet iogs and to serve as a uniforin. 1 he girls received special trainiini ijn . makiing of labor -aving de- 1 vies for the home. , IE',rouglout the entire curi1·e one itelri(d each day was devotedl to the1 ·tucit of English and relport writing I 71I' jt of the boys and gi i' caIne fr olml rural districts and the instruc t Itons that tLhey received at the short course will enable them to carry on their club work in a more intel d ligent and profitable manner. The new ideas and standards that they gained will not only be a help to de them, but to their entire communi asl ty. ele Friday Is Good Friday Good Friday, April 21st, being a ;on legal holiday, the banks of Bogalusa of will not open for business. Patrons lr. should be governed according. Bear Child Dead The infant child of Mrs. G. Bear died Saturday. The funeral was held here Sunday and remains entered in the Bogalusa cemetery. Magic City Program TONIGHT, THURS. APR. 20 2 reel L K 0 comedy scream "Blue Blood But Black Skin" also 2 good dramas. Friday Extra good show 4 reels 5 and 10 cents. Saturday 2 reel L K 0 Comedy "Dad's Dollars and Duby Doings" 2 good dramas. Monday "Blue Bird" photo play "Secret Love" featuring Helen Ware Ella Hall and Harry Carey. e Tuesday Girl and Game No. 11 also a 3 reel 101 Bison "A Quarter Breed. Wednesday Graft No. 11 and "When Lizzie Disappeared." Next Friday "Sons Of Satan" by the author of "Traffic In Souls" if Monday May 1st Ida Schnall in "Undine" Every Monday is Blue bird day see these magnificient feature. What is Home Without a Cow? SHE 1. produces most and best food at least cost. 2. Brings in steady income and a balance in bank. 3. Makes the farm worth more. 4. Builds big red barns. 5. Means living on the farm and rich and prosperous communities. Don't You Hear Opportunity Calling You? 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 E. C. ROWAN -:- Real Estate FOR RENT Four roomn house, barn and garden; can include five acres land, Ave. L., joins corporation line. FOR SALE-On easy terms, low price, two-story boarding house, basement can be used as store. * Residence 27 E. Office: Tate Building Telephone 171. Telephone 333 ANGIE bee -- - - --- - wee Miss Maxey Stacy was a visitor to Franklinton Saturday. T car Henry Wilkes spent a few.hours Mis in Columbia on Wednesday. J. M. Crain went to Varnado on a Hot short business trip Tuesday. goii SMrs. F. P. Barron visited her par ents at Monticello. Miss., last Tues- lusI, d(lay. spe Siher L. Mrs. M. A. MeMillan was a shop ping visitor to Bogalusa on last Thursday. lus e Mrs. Cochran and little son, Pete, r,,e e went to Bogalusa last Stutrday for a short visit. e i Mrs. Iddo Ball, who ines been Fr t sick for several days, is very much wl Y improved. l W. M. Magee and C. I. James M to were business visitors to New Or= si leans on Tuesday. an Mrs. Rosa Pope and daughter, Miss Ethel, went to Columbia Sun- j le; day for a short visit. ce a C. R. Pope spent Wedrnesday in Talisheek, looking after his logging interests at that point. R Miss Iona Kennedy spent Sunday n in Sandy Hook, Miss., the guest of rn Miss Hetty Sibley. 1h ear - vas H. H. Kennedy came un from ins Talisheek Saturday and spent the E ry. week end with his family here. 1 tb SH. H. Kennedy and Dr. W. T. c McNeese and little' daughter were Sunday visitors to New Orleans. I Blue Sunday visitors to New Orleans nas. were W. J. Daniel, R. M. Pope, J. and M. Crain and Miss Eunice Ball. ,ad's F. M. Salter, who is working at mas. Foxworth, Miss., was on our streets ret the latter part of the week. and 0. L. McMillan, now employed at Bush, La., came up Sunday and en spent a few hours with the home folks. the Mrs. J. M. Crain, who went to New Orleans for treatment, returned these home Sunday night much improved in health. Mrs. Lawrence Connerly, who has been visiting in Miss., for the last week, returned home Monday. The Diamond L. Ranch shipped a car of cattle to P. F. Culley, Jackson Miss., on the 17th. Dr. W. W. Warner was a Sandy Hook, Miss,, visitor on last Sunday, going up on professional business. U. Walker came up from Boga lusa the early part of last week and spent a few days with his family here. t ,!r,. J ,J. Ball shopped in Boga lusa on Saturday, she was accom Daºiced by her little grandson, Au brey Daniel. Mrs. A. Shay and son, Earl, drove over across tile river a few miles Friday to see the former's brother wh ho is cluite sick. Rev. Sweeney preached in the s Methodist Church here to a good r- sized congregation both morning and evening of the 16th. r, H. T. Stogner went to New Or n- leans Friday to look after a car of cattle that he had shipped to that point the previous day. ng T. Z. Mitchell left on Monday for Ramsey, La., where he goes to ac cept employment with the St. Tam ay many Lumber Company. He will of remove his family to that place later on, )m Miss Majory Connerly entertained the a few of her friends at cards last Friday evening in honor of her birthday. After the games were 'I. over refreshments were served, and ere all wished their charming young hostess many more happy birth days. ans Mrs. F. P. Barron entertained at cards on the evening of the 14th in honor of her sister. Miss Vivian Carlisle, of Monticello, Miss., card ee games were indulged in until 10.30 p. m. then delicious fruit punch and chke were served. A very pleasant d at evening was passed, and me BTays Chalmr CS Roy Calhoun, a well known t to engineer of the N. 0. G. N., has rned purchased a Chalmers car which is oved one of the finest that has appeared on the Boglalusa streets.