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READY TO SERVE
FIRE Last week destroyed the stock and building of Dorsey Bros
and in order that our patrons could be supplied Ihave erected
a temporary building where I am now prepared to serve the public with
You will find the same service, the same good values and courteous treatment at the new t
store as at the old store which made Dorsey Brothers a household word. The stock will be It
kept fresh and I ai prepared to supply all your needs in this line.
NM. R. DORSEY
"The Emergency Store" Richardsontown
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OGALOUSA EASILY OEFEATS
BEDEHABOS OF NEW ORLEANS
Bogalusa further linched the dis
tinction of having the best ametuer
team of state Sunday when the
Eberhards, the semi professional
team from New Orleans, were de
feated by the score of 5 to 1. Boga
lusa played her usual good ball and
cinched the game at the third inning
when two run were made. The
Eberhards made their only run in
the seventh inning. Rankin pitch
ed a good game, striking out 13 of
the visitors and allowing but three
The Brown Perry team of New
Orleans will come for a game Sun
day. They are said to be one of
the fastest teams in the state.
Bogalusa, 5 9 3
Semi-Pros, 1 3 6
EXCEPTING THE BIBLE THE BEST BOOK IN THE WORLD IS -
. A BANK BOOK -
During your time of prosperity; during your season of good
health, why dont you provide substance for future old age?
IT MATTERS NOT HOW SMALL, WE WANT YOUR ACCOUNT
S A V E SYSTEMATICALLY
A 4 per cent Time Deposit earns while you are sick and even
Sunday. ---- We offer you Service, Safety and Security
1$ STARTS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT 1
Washington Bank and Trust Co.
Angie - Franklinton - Bogslusa
BIC TREAT CO MIN FOR
MOTION PICTURE LOVERS
The policy of the Magic City
theater in getting the best and the
latest pictures and showing them
at the lowest of prices has built up
a patronage not enjcyed by many
motion picture houses in cities the
size of Bogalusa. Now the manage
ment proposes to outdo their repu
tation and announce that on Wed
nesday evening Sept 1, they will
start the great serial picture "The
Broken Coin" which has made a
phenominal run in the largest cities
And this story is going to appear
in the Enterprise in serial form, the
story being told the week before the
pictures are shown. On Sept i,
two installments will be shown in
stead of one and ladies will be ad
mitted free. Watch next weeks
Enterprise for the two page story of
"The Broken Coin." Then be sure
and see it at the Magic City Sept. 1.
Near Beer Case.
James Sage, who condu ts a nea
beer establishment in Northwest
Bogalusa, was tried before Judge Ot
charged with violetion the city
ordiance regarding Sunday closing
Judge Ott took the case under
advisement and will render his de
cision on Friday.
Willie Ledoux, of Ave. E., enter
tained a few of his friends last
Thursday night at a lawn party
Various games were played. Daints
refreshments were served.
Magic City Progra
TONIGHT, THURS. AUG. 19th
A Big Fox Feature "Princess
Romanofl." Admission 10 and 20cts,
Charlie Chaplin in "By The Sea"
Under The Crescent No 5. '"In The
Name of The King," also a comedy
with Rosemary Theby and Harry
Myers. Admission 5 and 10 cents,
Edison talking pictures 8 subiects
admission 15 and 25 cents.
A two reel L K-O comedy featur
Billie Richie, "The Lure Of Work"
and a 2 reel drama featuring
Herbert Henley Jane's" "Decoration
"Vanity" 2 reels featuring. Edna
Maison 2 reels of "Exploits of
Elaine" and a one reel ,Vauderville
Act "The Cameron Sisters."
"The Grail" with Herbert Rowlin
sin and Anna Little also a comedy
"Right off the Reel."
Black Box No 15 and "When
Hubby Grew Jealous" Nester come
MISS WIILSON SAID
NOW TOl HE ENCACEA
A Little (gossip Concerning
last Daughter Of The
Chicago, August 12-Frank E.
Compton, a Chicago bachelor of
fortyv, arrived yesterday in Cornish
N. H., for a short visit with the
family of President Wilson. He is
described as "a friend of Miss Mar
garnt Wilson," in the Associated
Press dispatches. Miss Margarut is
the last of the three daughters of
the President remaining unmarried.
More than a vague hint has been
made by friends of Mr. Compton.
who is a publisher, that he is either
betrothed to Miss Margaret or burn
ingly desirous to be.
In the event that an engagement
is announced it will mean that the
President soon will be left alone in
the White House.
PLANS BIC DRY FOR THE
FARMERS HERE SEP. 41TH
It is proposed by the Bogalusa
Association of Commerce, the Boga
L isa Truckgrower's Association and
t lose in chorge of the Public Mar
k.t, that the merchants and busi
ness men of Bogalusa hold on Sep
t amber 4th what is known as a
"frades Day." This to be held at
t'e most likely place, the Public
In order to bring closer together
the farmers in the surrounding
country and the merchants and re
sidents of Bogalusa, it is suggested
that farm products be brought in
and sold to the highest bidder.
Further, that there be an inter
change, or trade, among the farmers
themselves; that is, should one wish
to exchange a hore or cow for other
stock, it can be done.
The farmers in this Parish and
in the counties adjacent to Boga
lisa are not only being asked but
urged to bring in anything they
may have to exchange. On this
o:casion, Mr. Harry D. Wilson, the
Assistant Commissioner of Agricul
t tire of Louisiana, and now a very
t g od candidate for Commissioner,
Y will give and interesting talk on
SAgriculture, and there is no doubt
t lat the event will be a great suc
cass in every way. In order to en
tertain the visitors, the local Y M C
A Band will perform, and there
r* will also be other attractions.
Here From Arizona
A party of five men arrived in
Bogalusa Sunday from Arizona, the
trip being made in an automobile.
They spent a few hours in the Magic
City and started for Jackson.
Mrs. Dateman Dead
Mrs. Ada Toney, wife of Dewitt
Bateman a well known resident of
Franklinton, died in New Orleans
last week. The funeral services
were held in Franklinton Friday af
A negro employed at the con
struction camps between Covington
and Mandeville run amuck Tues
day afternoon and before he could
be overpowered it is reported that
he killed six other negroes. The
details of the trouble has not been
Albert St. Amant spent a few
days in Boloxi this week.
I FRANK A. OVERBAY m. D
Practice Limited To
DISEASE OF THE EYE
Lear's Dra Store
S SUONAY, AUGUST 29th
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The Quality N The Service
That is rendered you during the summer months by this con
cern is one reason why the summer months are not dreaded in
Bogalusa. Better and purer ice was never manufactured,
the service that we try to render our patrons is the best we
have "in stock." The people of Bogaluse appreciate both these
important features of this concern and we appreciate your
business. . . :: ... ..
Ozone Ice Co.
"THE HOME OF HONEST WEIGHT."
Dorsey Opens Store
M. R. Dorsey, the well known
junior member of Dorsey Bros., con
vinced all that he knows h;.w to look
after his trade. Last Wednesday
morning the store of Dorsey Bros.
was destroyed by fire. The next day
M. R. Dorsey had a force of men at
work erecting a temporary building
and before the end of the week had
thrown the doors open for business.
He purchased a nice stock of
groceries and is now able to supply
the Dorsey Bros. patrons. Morant is
a hustler and believes in seeing that
the patrons are looked after despite
the fact that obstacles must be over
Grocery Store Robbed.
Thieves entered the grocery store
of Mrs. Daisy Rosen Friday night
and removed most of the contents.
Mrs. Rosen was called to Poncatou
lia early in the week and closed the
store pending her return. Saturday
morning W. H. Hinton and John
Bankston were passing the store
and noticed the door open. On
making an investigation they
found that much of the stock had
been removed. The door was nail
ed up and the police are now work
ing on the case.
BUY YOUR SHOES AT THIS STORE
Where you will find the largest stock, the latest styles and chole
est assortmont to be found it the parish at prices that are, by far,
the lowest. Extra special values await you.
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES
By fear that some one has located hidden money is re
lieved by depositing it in this bank, strong in its resour
ces and responsibilities.
We not only safeguard your savings, but we act as
your confidential advisor in financial matters.
4 per cent paid on Time Certificates 1
3= per cent paid on Savings Accounts
First State Bank
Oldest Bank in Washington Parish
Concert And Pictures
Tomorrow (Friday) evening a
band concert and free motion pic
tures will be shown at Goodyear
park under the auspices of the Y M
C A. The picture is a pretty story
showing the Inventions which make
housework pleasant and easy. The
pictures will prove interesting as
well as instructive and a large crowd
is expected to attend. No admission
will be charged and a cordial invita
tion is extended all.
Will Return Friday
H. E. Hoppen, secretary of the
Y M C A who has been enjoying a
months vacation which was "spent
at the National Meeting of the Sec
retaries of the Y M C A, is expected
to return tomorrow evening. The
meeting was held at Silver Bay
Goes After Auto
G. H. Wright, superintendent of
·the paper mill, went to New Orleans
Monday afternoon to get his Chal'
mers car which was shipped from
Chicago. The car is a six cylinder
"special" Chalmers. Jesse Johnson
accompanied Mr. Wright on the trip'.