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Yý l BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY., JULY 1, 1915.
,ashington Parish Will
Open Eyes Oif Outsiders
The people from all parts of the
country will have a fine opportun
ity of seeing what can be accom
pihed in the way of farming at
the big fair to be held at Franklin
too on October 14 to 16 inclusive.I
The exhibits even promise to sur
is many of the residents of this
,rish despite the fact that they
have keenly watched the develop
The lumber for the construction
of the exposition hall, which was
opnted by the Great Southern in
Loaber Company, of this city. is bi:
o the grounds and work will start I'
iia few days toward the erection
d this building.
Nothing will be left undone to j
make this fair the greatest Parish at
fi in the state and to say that it ie
will ipse the three previous ex- '
pitions is a mild manner of ex
piming what this fair is to be. .i
i III 1 COSTS FO
ll IW IIC AN ACCOOUNTiI
The first cons i:tlion under the
1914actsof the Louisiana legislature
for writing checks when you have tl
notsufflicient mi )ey in the bank to st
cover the amount was make at i,
Lake Charles last week when J. T.
lianjaras was fined $50 and cost or w
liven the alternative of spending th
J. H. Byrd Harried
J. M, Byrd, candidate for the
democratic nomination for Asses
sx and Deputy Tax Collector. was
united in wedlock to Miss Celia
-Ptten, of Dexter, Miss. last Tues
day afternoon. The ceremony was
Ireformed at the home of the bride's I
prents, Rev. J. A. McCormick
*eiating The bride has taught
,veral terms of school at the
lrish seat and is very popular.
Sr. Byrd is known to most of the
PIopleof Washington Parish and
tleEnterprise joins their large cir
de of friends in extending con
- ee LuIw This Week.
'S Lacy Dickerson. for the past
anda half Manager of the
usa Branch of the New Or-i
Underwriters will leave this
for New Or!eans to assume
duties as manager of the local
tment of the main office. Mr.
kerson has mtade many loyal
i during his stay iin Boga
Swho wish him success and hap
in this new field and hope
Se him in B'.aluta oftei.
Bore Grown Mecks.
For the past seve1al diy5 hbtue
Water melons and cantalopes
heen on the nmarked. The
said to have been ood and
Sult the price opened un
low choice [enl.,ns being
for 30 eti
hlitij Con eaier.
lti sin Bogalusa have begun
e more intere;ting and as
i t to conferen ces were held
Irk. Several ;ei, candidates
Ppexcted to ant:U !t+ within
BeZt few cla,i
BOGALUSA'S FINVE HOTEL
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.Situated in the most picturesque spot
I in Bogalusa, right on the edge of a
big pine wood, stands the Pine Tree'
Inn, noted far and near for the general
Southern hospitality which is here dis
Built entirely out of yellow pine,
which was cut and dressed right here
I at the big mill, it stands as a lasting
monument to the pioneers who in the
early days saw the great possibilities
The hotel is a three-story building,
with about fifty rooms, many, of them
with private bath, and furnish'ed in a
style that would appeal to the most ex
acting. The lobby is of the most Ire
tentious kind, large, eas. chairs being
most conveniently placed, and the large
a and airy dining room is eceond to none
e The structure is entirely surrounded
e y I b hredgle fence. which. offset by the
lare andI majestic pines . s.wi ig ,&ien
tly in the breeze. give it an air of
stateliness that rr:nt be seen to be ap
. The new manager, Mr. Leopold SCaux,
r who has but re~ently taken charge, is a
Sman well known to the traveling publie
throughout the country.
For twelve years he was steward at
BOGALUSA HOSPITAL STAFF
Iior ni:iii ve:,rs the rea;t tllaliufat'
tuirin interest: of our our ountr have
btr! I erllh',xed ii their efforts to oper
:ate protit;ably :adll at tihe satle titme
ro.lter t th ,' o.mnhineI interest of their
tltovkh'ller: and employee>. I uritag
that timte nia nuf:a.turinl etnIter¼trise'
Sthroa:,lhout the tountr" have destroyved
i thousansl of humi n live; )1iv not Lsup,
plviyn meli.al an id surgi~al :Ittention
to their men. Formetrlv the sick andi
Itaim:,,aet were repl:aeli w'ith new human
ma:aterial while thle disablel were turned
loose, to be caresd for by the State in
Swhih thel Iivei, or migrated. As a re
"uIt l t ae ' :t O ires ma ta tiai.u alds
the Grunewald Hotel, at New Orleans,
which fact alone attests to his prowess.
as a man who knows how things ought.
.to he lone.
It was with the keenest regret from
all his frienls at New Orleaun that
p oration eiimplIient iihas been een-ll!l
e d'red. strife and blooshed hi, dt.
t Mlo ,,, anti the prosres of (ur nt
ral rtesurelll' s I:alnlp elledi.
Emianatiing2 fromii tlhei everdomlin at
Srin4ilple of greatest utility to be .he
rived from , onNervatiaOg, energy an
nlatetrial alI the pIreIviYLu. of health
San1il, happine.C., the great IBuines, inter'
I est operantin through the Great South.
1n rn Lu.n1ber C'onipaly and the New Or.
Sleani (;reat Northern Railroad, two al
n lied ,.orloratioP- operating ii' Louis
Sin aia. eonsidere in their plarns for onl
o;nv the % tale af humian lit'f. From iA
'they saw him leave. Not only in words,
I but also in deeds did they express their
appreciation of him, and he comes to
Bogalusa with the best wishes of all
who know him.
As a token of the esteem in which he
was held at the Grunewald, the fact
that lie was presented with a beautiful
Sgaold watch and a handsome Shriner fob,
by his fellow-employees and heads of
the various departments, stands out as
most pertinent. ,
Mr. Saux has already inaugurated
several changes at the hotel. He wants
everybody, both the traveling public
and the home folks, to know that the
hotel will be run on the most liberal
plan. Not only for the out-of-town
guests, but also for all Bogalu.ans. The
big nmeetin" hall will be opteu and free i
at all times to the public to holl gather
ings aind meetini.g, alld nothin , will he
left undone to make the Pine Tree inn
an institution that every resildent of the
Sagic ('it' will be proud of to point out
as one of the big feature = of this ,row.
Take a stroll to the Pine Tree Inn
n and meet the new manager: you will
it find him a most likeable gentlemani.
vestigations into thii item of their
operalting etonomy, and in ju.'tie to
hutuatnity. pllans were evolved by whih
there .oulh! he furnished hb" mutual co-i
operation ail wiwithout reait explen e or
inc·o:n eniene,.,. a-lequate medic,'t a: !!
surgial pr tortion t toh :sir employees.
('onstruitedI at an expense of *41,0.tI.
iniluiling equilpment, and maintained at
an annual exi,tPne of $3u.uO. iunclu ingi
Iphyi, ians '. ulperintnldent ' andl
nurse.,' s'alries, the Bagolusa Hospital
i rovides protec.tion for the residents of
the ['arish that is nor equaled anywhere
in the country. in ,ities of equal size.
The hospitaI is two stories high, with
two wings interseeted with ells, the lat.
ter h,' iu! tw'o stories, ani with a t!ird'
BOALUSA THE HOME OF
Ex-Gov. Sanders Resides I 0
In Magic City And Has
Bogalusa is not to be out-done in I
any shape or form. Besides the ra
many industries Bogalusa lays ro
claim to having, several prominent se
men as residents of the Magic City, J,
among whom are Ex Gov. J. Y.
Sanders and family. Gov. Sanders
decided to locate in Bogalusa long gi
before his office as chief executive w
of the state expired. Gov. Sanders of
and his family are comfortably is
located on their model suburban
farm which is inside the corporate
limits of the city. And one would
think that the active part taken by
the Governor in the state and pub
lic affairs: not mentioning his law
practices and position as Naval A
Officer that he would not have much
time to devote to farming. How
ever he is an early riser and a late i
worker and can be seen most any L
morning or evening working on his
farm. Gov. Sanders has taked an
active part in the affairs of Boga
lusa since he begun his residence
here about one year ago. Indica
tions now, are that Washington
Parish is going to send Governor
Sanders to the the Constitutional
Convention without any opposition
which will be the only Parish in
the state that select their repre
sentative by a unanimous vote.
This compliment shows how the
people of Washington Parish ap
preciate such broad minded men as
THE STORE OF SERVICE
LEAR'S DRUG STORE.
SOf all institutions pertaining to the
welfare of the community, none is of
more vital importance than the drug
gist. especially if his establishment is
run on a high plane, as is Lear's DJrug i
Store. commnonly known as '" h'' Store
This store. ,.onveniently locIated in
Anstin street. is considered as up to
date as hard work :anI ea:rnest effort
aan possibly make it.
A complete lin' of t pure and fresh
drugs are always on :lhand; the prescril
tion department is in charge of I)r.
Lear himself. who personally comploundi
all prescriptions. thereby assurin,. the
public of getting exactly what the doe.
tor ralls for: for what good is the dol
tor's Ireserilption if his instructions are
not followed to the !etter?
The sanitary sod(I fountain emPnjoy
the listinetion of bein the most liber.
ally lttronize,l in them city. The drinks
servel hero are mixd with the same
Minute care that is in evidence in the
prescriptionu i;pa:rtm'ent, and are r erved
! !wninl of one stor.y xtePnlliig back from
" tile main builtling. It is situated in a
.most ipirturesque spot. a place where
patients reeeive the full benefit of the
coolin, ozone that wafts through piny
The hospital staff is one that all Bo
galusans should he proud of, and con
sists of Dr. H. C'. Cole. chief surgeon;
Drs. E. E. LaPferty, .1. H. Slaughter.,
f M. L. Oliver, J. F. Piggot, P. J. Mur
phY, J. H. G;eraid, ra: Miss Anita ('lag
I' tt, superintendent.
SPECIAL TRAINS T lUNl
HERE TO CELEBRATIOI
i)One To Run From Coi
umbia And The Other
The officials of the N. 0. G. N.
railway are going to give the pat
rons of their line an opportunity of
seeing the great celebration here on
July 5th. Not only will they give
low round trip rates but they will
give special service. One train
will be run from Columbia and the
other from Tylertown. Following
is a schedule of the special trains
and the fares which will be in effect.
ILeave Columbia, 8:00 a. in
" Saudyhook 8:52 " "
Angie, 9.06 " "
" Varnado, 9:20 " "
Arrive Bogalusa, 9:40 " "
Schedule of the Tylertown train
is as follows
Leave Tylertown, 7:15 a. m,.
" Simonds, 800 " "
" Franklinton, 8:35 ' "
" Zona. 8:57 " "
Rio, 9:30 " "
Arrive Bogalusa. 9:45 " "
The following round trip fares
I will be in eltect:
' Columbia, $ 1.00
e Franklintan, 1.00
in a most appetizing manner.
The most delicious ice cream is served
here. Dr. Lear makes an effort to give
his patrons the best possible value for
their mone'., hene :all ice .ream served
at his store comes lirect from the Ht,
ris lee ('ream Co., the home of the .just.
il famous ".terse' ('ream' i,.e cre:l.
The line of c.igars. cigarettes, etic., :a
rigil are in great variety and omnlris"
a selection of the most famous bran:ý.
.\ hohby of D)r. Lear is his delivery
,rr i,e. and it is the talk of the town.
l,.livery boys are at all times waiting
to ,lash out at a moment's notice, n:
matter whiat the ,iistanue may be, your
package will be at your door almost a.
loon as you release yoiur hohl of the
Taken as a whole, the store of er.:
ice stands out most Irominently among
the foremost mercantile establishmnentl
of the Magie City, ndll a call at Lear':
drug store will convince the most ske,'
tial that a more live wire cumer::
would be hard to find.
lhay Eaboy 0tia.
The annual outing of the N. 0.
G. N. shop men which was held at
Mandeville last Friday was one of
the largest attended excursions that
has ever left the city. It required
a special train of ten coaches to ac
comodate the crowd and it is esti.
mated that between 500 and 600
made the trig.