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FHE NATION'S SLOGAN
"PREPAREDNES5" Are you prepared to respond to your country's call, and leave your family Prepared to enioy the comforts and satisfaction that a home they may call their own would afford fhem. Every Man Should Prepare For An "Emergency" By Providing For His Family First A WORD TO MR. RENTER....Why will you continue to pay house rent when you can stop it so easily? DO YOU KNOW....That if you are paying about $15.00 per month house rent, $180.00 per year, in five years you are paying out $900? What will you have, nothing but a lot of rent receipts which have no money value, and the landlord still owns the house. Why not let the Bogalusa Building and Loan Association build you a house to cost, say one thousand dollars; you pay for it at the rate of ten dollars per month which is much easier than paying rent, you are reducing your indebtedness each month, and will ultimately own the home. There is not a vacant house in Bogalusa today, and with the assurance that the new paper mi' I will be built within the coming year, and the population of Bogalusa vastly increased, where are the people going to live? You owe it to yourself and family, to consult A. N. Dobbs, Secretary oa the Bogalusa Building and Loan Association, immediately, who will be pleased to give you all the information as to how to own your home, and pay for it on easy terms afforded you by The Bogalusa Buil-ding And Loan Association PERSON RIS Frank Walters was a New Orleans visitor Sunday. D. Andrews was a New Orleans visitor Sunday. Lawrence Redmond spent Friday in Franklinton. Francis Lassette spent Sunday in the Crescent City. Iddo Wadsworth visited friends in Covington Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Baker visited relatives in Slidell Sunday. W. J. Powell is visiting relatives in New Orleans this week. Rowan May spent Sunday in New Orleans with friends, Hartwell Austin was a Coving ton visitor for the week end. Mrs. L H. Roberts spent Sunday with relatives in New Orleans. C. P. Sims. visited friends in New Orleans Saturday and Sunday. J B. Evans Jr. spent the week end with New Orleans relatives. Floyd Manning of the N. 0. G. N. spent the week end in Morgan City. Ezra Revere visited relatives in New Orleans a few days last week. Mrs. Lura Fortenberry, of Tyler-' town, visited Mrs. Beulah Lott Sun day. Victor Pico of the N. O. G. N. spent the week end in the Crescent City, Jesse Moss, of the N. 0. G. N., spent Sunday with New Orleans friends, Mrs. E. F. Grosche spent the week end with her daughter in New Orleans. Berry Hedricks has returned from a visit with relatives and friends in Hattiesburg. Mrs. B. L. Crawford of Huron \Ave. spent the week end with Cov ington friends. Elliotte Cable, of Memphis, is visiting his aunt Mrs. R. Suddith of Michigan Ave. Mrs. Mary Cox. of Toledo, is the guest of her son George Cox of Michigan Ave. Edwin Strattman is transacting business and visiting friends in Cincinnatti this week. Misses Iris Ford and Eleanor Slade, of Angie, spent the week end with Miss Addie Lott. W. F. Fartheree of Talisheek transacted business and visited friends in Bogalusa Saturday. A. K. Beall, the well known North Bo~alusa merchant, transacted busi ness in New Orleans Monday. Mrs. Harry Marchiz and little son Isadore have returned from a visit with relatives in New Orleans. Mrs. F. J,. Lea of Pride, La., has returned to her home after an ex tended visit with her son. L. Lea. Mrs. C. A. Piedra and children left Monday for a few days visit with Jackson friends and relatives. Miss Winnifred Giles, of Hatties burg, is visiting her sister Miss Mary Giles of the Bogalusa Hos pital. Logan Pigott of Brookhaven ar rived Saturday to spend his vaca tion with his father Dr. J. F. Pigott and family. Dazilee Jolly. of Monticello, re turned to her home Sunday after a weeks visit with her brother George Prestridge. Mrs. George Filligame of Columbia Street left Saturday for a month's visit with relatives in. Purvis and Lumberton, Miss. Miss Frances Simmons, of Frank linton, has returned to her home after several days spent with Miss Addie Lott and friends. Mrs. Ellis Smith of Talisheek who has been in the Bogalusa Hospital for some time has returned home, very much improved. Mrs. George Cox has returned from and extended visit with rel atives and friends in Toledo Ohio and other Northern cities. F. J. Walsh of the N. 0. G. N. RR, left Saturday to join his wife alnd son at Port Arthur. Texas, where he will spend his vacation. Little Mildred Gambrel daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gambrel who has been seriously ill for several days is improving rapidly. Mrs. Cooper, of McHenry Miss., arrived Sunday to take the position as chief operator of the Cumberland Telephone Co., Miss Florence Davis having resigned. Miss Mollie Heiman, of New Or leans. is visiting her brother M. Prescriptions Called For And Delivered To Any Section of City family Dr. uses Our Surgical Aid s. Id I .SAL 144ON SOME OF YOUR YOUNGSTERS MAY NOT SPEND A "SANE FOURTH," AND BECOME ALL BUNGED-UP. THE WISE THING TO DO IS TO HAVE IN YOUR HOUSE BE FOREHAND A STOCK OF BANDAGES, SOOTHING OINTMENTS, LINIMENT. AND ALL KINDS OF OUR ANTISEPTIC "SAFE GUARDS" AGAINST BLOOD POISONING. USING AN INFECT ED OLD RAG TO DRESS A WOUND MAY '"KILL" YOUR BOY." THESE "SAFEGUARDS" AND OUR HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES ARE GOOD THINGS TO HAVE IN THE HOME ALL THE TIME. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET THEM. DEAL WITH US AND "RELY" ON WHAT YOU BUY. 'A Heiman and many friends a few days this week. John Mullings spent Sunday in the Crescent City. Mrs. B. E. Welsh spent a few days in Slidell this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Archer spent Monday in New O(rleans. Miss Laura Burbach, of Raceland, is visiting Mrs. W\. J. Burbach. Lawrence Smith and J. E. Nelson motored to Bogalusa Tuesday. Geo. Marx spent the week end in New Orleans returning Monday. 0. R. Senac of New Orleans spent Sunday with his son, Leon Senac. Attorney Herman Gayer of Frank linton spent Saturday in Bogalusa. Miss Jewel Hartman, of Pearl River, is the guest of Mrs. E. L. Brew son. Mrs. E. Gibson of Huron Ave., visited relatives in Varnado for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Phares left Monday for Lumberton where they will reside. Miss Lillian Brewster. of Coving ton, is the guest of her sister Mrs. S.. L. Dittmer. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rester and Hamilton Wadsworth spent Tuesday in Mandeville. Miss Addie Blanchard, of Donald sonville, is the guest of Misses Annie and Nola Hebert. Mts. Susan Kustaborder left Tues day for a visit with her daughter 'n Chattanooga Tenn. Felix McElroy, of Hattiesburg, visited his brother L. McElroy a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chauvin, of Houma La., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Richard. Miss Gordia Lawrence, 0:car Laird and Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Moffett motored to Covington Sunday. Misses Nannie Lee Sullivan and Blondie Johnson, of PoDlarville. are visiting Mrs. W. G. Dorsey and Mrs. Watts of North Bogalusa. Misses Pearl and Violet Moeak left Tuesday for Wiggins Miss., where they will visit relatives and friends for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baggett and sons Ernest, Charles and Lewis have returned to their home in Wiggirs after several days spent with Mis. T. A, Moak and other relatives. Hole Proof Hose New numbers just received in men's half hose, black and colors. The guaranteed kind. six pairs fcr 1.50 at Bogalusa Stores Company. / .'r-I': lla; ",r ,' rr!"a ! j e,. _l , N4.,r -, i q iif/ ti ' / , Be a careful man." Do ni:t make a private individual your / , r : ' /If tor. He may die. This would leave your children at the mercy of know not whom. When you make our Trust Company the executors of your will, ness men of known financial responsibility, intergity and capacity, wil; that your wishes are carried out exactly as you direct in your will. Make your will today. Make us your executors. I 1/ - 4 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits, 3 1-2 1r` , ... . -: o " .1coi o bjr I..o know not whom, When you make our Trust Company the executors of your will, that your wishes are carried out exactly as you direct in your will, ake your will today. Make us your execuTos. H R t IL YOUR ORE C ..S GO You NEED a whole lot of things rilgh ' YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.