1919 Jonquil The Grove High   School
Class  of  1919

 

 

Our Advertisers
WE trust that the students and friends of our school will patronize, whenever
opportunity presents itself, the merchants and business men whose advertisements
follow. Remember that it is largely thru their kindness that we have been able to
place "THE JONQUIL" in your hands.
The Manager.

ADVERTISEMENTS  ~ Page  1

 

DIXIE   THEATRE

MATINEE DAILY 3 P. M.

THE BEST PICTURE THEATRE
IN THE UNITED STATES

ROAD SHOWS
VAUDEVILLE

THE BEST ONLY

We can furnish you everything you need
to build with except sand and
water. That's free.


LASATER  LUMBER CO.
In the Big Brick on Market Street


Phone 60                                   Paris, Tenn.

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Price, 35c

OUR POWDER

Tears of Flowers and Manta Rosa con-
tain no white lead or anything of an
injurious nature. Soft, velvety, and
soothing. Pleasing to the most ex-
acting. Made for those who really
CARE for their complexion. Your
favorite tint, just to suit you.

FLOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR

TEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD USE FLOUR MADE AT HOME—

1. Because it is good.
2. It is guaranteed to please you.
3. It makes the best biscuit, cakes and pies.
4. The wheat is grown at home.
5. Our wheat growers should have encouragement.
6. You pay no freight on flour made at home.
7. Employment is given to proper people among us.
8. Money sent to another town never gets back.
9. All else being equal, you should
be a booster for your town.
10. To be convinced, order a sack today.

MAGNOLIA    SNOWDRIFT    ARABIAN

Highest Patent          Patent              First Class

PARIS  MILLING  CO.

 

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