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PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING %OGALUSA
Issued Every Thursday At
104-106, Alabama Ave
CLYDE S. MOSS - - - - - OWNER-PUBLITHER
SUBSCRIPTION RATS $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE.-PHONE 111
Happy New Year to all! The Enterprise is with you. We
make no applogy for coming with the New Year. We feel no defi
deuce in entering your homes. We are proud of being published in
Bogalusa and we entend that you, too, shall share in that pride.
Your interest is, and shall be, Our interest. This is Our City and
we want you to feel that the Enterprise is Our Paper. It is Ours for in all
tlhgs that make for the common good we will be as one with you.
.f Independant, clean and fearles; the Enterprise will get the patron
e necessary for its welfare, because it will deserve that patronage.
Setting down naught in malice. sheilding nothing by favor, the
i: terprise will be in truth and in fact a Newspaper worthy of the name
W hen it ceases to be that may it also cease to exist!
BUY AT HOME
Keep your dollars at home. Give them a chance to become per
manent residents of Bogalusa. If they are here we may all get them
if sent away they are gone for ever.
Buy from your home merchants. They have it just as good and
just as cheap as you can get it elsewhere. Make them rich, then you
have a chance of getting some of it back some time.
Buy in Bogalusa, whenever you can. Buy in Washington Parish
Buy in Louisiana! Keep your money here at home. Don't send it
away to build up other towns and States Buy at home and help
your City and your Parish and your State to p'rosper.
Buy at HOME, folks, buy at HOME.
There's magic in the name. Ten thousand' people call Bogalusa
home. The very name itself unknown some nine years ago.
Selected as the site of the giant mill to be erected by the Good
year interest, where the town now stands was nought but virgin fores t
A model magic City, broad streets, beautiful parks, fine residences,
.splendid hotels, mamoth stores, water works, sewerage system, electric
ilights-hustling, energetic up-to-date Bogalusa the youngest municap
ly in the state is setting a pace that her sister cities will find it hard to
A Commission form of government. City C'urt, Uniformed Police
Bb~alusa the City has!
A progressive, live wire, up-to the minute citizenship is hers!
No gloomy moss bearing memories of the past, no crushing debt of
by gone years are hers. Proud of the present. fearless of the future
Bogalusa stands with her face towards the rising sun and knows that
the coming years will bring to her Peace and Plenty and Prosperity, be
cause by work and pluck and push this city intends to deserve the best
of all things and this city of Bogalusa believes that a community, like an
,ndividual, gets what it goes after.
We dream big.dreams and intend to strive to make our dreams
SBoga!usa--There's Magic in the Name!
THE NEW YEAR
We salute you infant of all the years. 1913 just born, we salute you.
Heir of all the ages past. what. opportunities are yours! The old
year. is gone, 1914 is no mare! It lived out its allotted days and
_lsed awaa, of it nothing remains save the memories.
S But the yotun year just begining, what of it' Shall we not make
J it the best of all. Shall hot the memories of other years be with us
throughout the New so that by the experience gained we nlay avoid the
errors of the past. No matter what the past has been. Its joys
shall be with us still. The sorrow; s of the years that haile gone shil dim
mer grow. The wisdom of having lived is ours and the New Year
.coming brings to each of us the opportunity of performing our allotted
tasks surer, better.
Let hate and envy find no place in the year just bori. Love and
service far better are.
The New Year brings to all the promise of an cra:... e.~ger spring; a
c alm, maturing summer: a glorious amnd fruitful full and tcl:n oice 'ore the
year slow fades away in winter's ,r,.. As day follhw, dlay. s: each
year treads the other out; and our care should ever be to wo'mi sO each
descending sun sees a world made better and brighter for those who are
to be, in the days and the years . et to come.
and work anoa d serice shl ad be the war cry of all and if we
c lnour owia ,;shallstrive day day for better and sweeter
s, then the ew Year will bring its blessings to us all.
S With a common purpose toward a common end let us work should
~r toshoulder for the material advancement and moral welfare of our
te ad our People.
SA hApp and a rcslercus reaceful plenty New Year to You All
A meetinr. ' ers of
the Bogalusa B,. : .an As
sociation was held at ;: . M. C. A.
Building on the evening of the 29th.
Twelve hundred of the 1700 shares
of stock in the Association were
:R represented eithet in person or by
- proxy. A board of Directors was
11 elected at the stockholders meeting,
and then the Board of Directors
held a meeting and re-elected., the
presnt officers of the Association
ýe for another year.
The Bogalusa Building & Loan
i- Association is one of the strongest
in institution in the city and is doing
a great deal for the upbuilding of
Bogalusa. There were a large num
d her of houses built by the Associat
11 ion during the year 1914 and the
prospects are that it will contribute
to the growth of the city by build
iing a very much larger number
When you are in need of first
te elass job work phone 111.
We Thank You'1
For Your Pat
for the past year and hope to
;h continue business with you in
it the future.
WE WISH YOU
t Columbia Street.
c PHONE 197,
and the best.of all kindg of
ice cream and ices made from
Prices are the lowest.
Delivered to any part of the
H. A. MAASON
PHONE 49 AVENUE F.
Tender Juicy Steak
WXhen your order for
meats come hcre yvou get the
i kind that is
"GOOD TO THE LAST BITE."
It cost no more than the ordi
N. ,galusa Phone, 219.
Pleasant Hill Phone 390.
Co)j, Hester. Here,
of Col. H. D. Hester, Secy. of,' the
As- New Orleans Cotton Exchang#, ac
A compained by Mrs. Hester and Tir.
th. Scelye Dickinson arrived in Iogal
res usa Thursday evening to spend the
,re waek end as the guest of Gov'. and
by Mrs, J. Y. Sanders, Mrs. Sanders is
,as the daughter of Mrs. Hester.,
he Masonic Officers For Year.
The officers of Center Lodge No
244 F and A. M. recently elected
an and installed are W. P. Richardson
;st W. M. J. C. Lee S. W. DeWitt Rich
ag ardison J. R. A. M. Dobbs Secy. D.
W, Richardson Treas. L. 0. Taylor S.
'- D. C. H.'Flournev J. D, J. W. Williams
it- Tyler, J. R. Ratcliffe chaplin, E. Pet
erson M of C. D. W. Richardson, the
te Treas. has held the same office for
33 years. This lodge will meet Sat
er urday night and their will be work
n the Masters degree.
Mics Strug No - 1.
Mr. and Mrs Maurice Strug, of Columbia
St., are the proud parents of a daught er
who arrived a few days ago.
Mrs. J. C. Talley and daughter
Katherine and Mrs. Jennie Hauge,
mother of Mrs. Tallev, who have
been making their home in Bogalu
sa, have left for New Albany, Ind.
where they will make their future
home. They have made many
friends during their residence in
the Magic City who will regret to
hear of their departure.
A YEAR OF
A. S. Anderson
FEED and GROCERIES.
Cash Does Wonders
Thats why we are in a posi
tion to give you the more for
WATCH OUR SALES EVERY
23rd. of the month.
"The Store That Saves You
CASH STORE PLEASANT
By doing your trading at this
Sstore Lowest prices, best goods
and excellent service
J. A. Scarborough
PHONE 250. CUFIBERLAND
King Sheardin,x deputy sheriff
e of Washington Parish sustaine1 a
c- broken leg, Thursday ayterndboi
'- Mr. Sheardin resides at Zona n
al- drove to Bogalusa, when Inear.ne
the hospital the horse becamesa n
Ind trolable and before assistanc:. ar
is rived Mr. Sheardin was thrown
from his buggy. He sustained oth
er minor injuries. He was taken
to the Bogalusa. Hospital and was
resting well last night- He has a
No wide circle of friends in Bogalusa
ed and Washington Parish.
The Ladies Missionary Society of
the Baptist Church will hold a so
cial meeting at the residence of
ms Mrs. R. E. Keaton of Pleasant Hill
Mrs. G. A. Tyler and children Anita and
Mary are making an extended visit with
relatives in Dodson La, They expect to
return to Bogalusa about the middle of
bia The House Naval sub- committee
er has been called to'meet on Dec. 31
st to finally pass upon the prelemin
ary draft of the appropriation bill.
The bill provides $1,000,000 for
er aviation development.
Santo Oteri, Millionaire Fruit Im
td. porter, died in his home at New Or
leans Wednesday morning at 6:30
in Mr. Oteri, was identified most
to prominently with the Bluefields
Fruit & Steamship Co. from which
he retired in 1911. He is survivedt
by his wife who was Miss Alva
Stevens of New Orleans.
Parties desiring good board and
rooms, conveinent to all parts of
the city can secure such at very
reasonable rates. Mrs. Zimmer
man, over Enterprise office.
This store has the distinctionI
of being carrying one of the
finest, most complete and best
arranged stock of articles
found in any city this size.
5 and 10 cent STORE. Ti
A. W. MARTHI
Magic City Theatre
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
An Imp Modern Drama of
Among the popular actors
who will appear in the great
Another installment of one.
of the most popular pictures
of th. year.
f f 1915 is not good t
a Of Bogalusa it willnot be
o infant did not fceive a
ome for shortly before
Thursday the blowing o
)n- the display of fire work
ar- other means, includin
on of hip pocket artillary
th- ed and joined in maki?
;en Bogalusa showing Bo,
ras New Years, like she
a other things surpass(
isa andgave the welcomei
ion that would have`
to cities with bouble
of McCabe Buys7
Jill J. M. Me Cabe, night"
G. S. L Co. has purchase
of E. W. Starns on Miss
md arid will be located in his n
'ith by the ffrst of the week.
of It is reported that the Wa
ton Parish Police Jury will mee
the near future for the purpose:
tee considering the employment of
31 pointment of Road Supervisor, ,&
in- Good roads are of vital im
ill. tance to the development of T
Next week the Enterprise
)r- start a classified column which
30 be the meeting place of buyer
seller. If you have anything to
st have rooms to rent, house for
ds or in fact anything that youi,`
h and do not want or anythi
want and no not have this
will be the place to getquick
The cost is small, 1 cent pet
and results are certain. - y#
of I'm the best pal I ever had, :
I like to be with me.
rI often sit and tell myself A'i
Things confidentially. .
I often sit and ask me
- If I shouldn't or I should.
And find that my advice'to mte
Is always pretty good.
I never try'to cheat me,
I'm honest as can be,
No matter what may come or
I'm on the square with me.
I never got acquainted
With myself till here of laJe;
I find that I'm a bully chum
I treat me simply'great.
I walk with me and talk
I tell me right from wrong:
I never knew how well myself 4
SAnd me could get along. '.
SIf you mingle with the nia.e&!
You'll find the crowd's ao
If you only treat yourselfas:.
,As you treat other folks.
Then be real honest with yo
And trust yourself with you,.
And you'll be surprised how w
Yodrself will like you if yotd
For only $1.50 a y
is what you get here. It mhay
be a little out of the way but
it pays to trade here.
Red Ciss Shoes
Better Shoes Are N.
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