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Miss Helen Larson spet Suniiday
in the New Orleans.
G. M. Davidson spent Sunadly in
Mrs. L. R. Boyd le t Monday for
a visit with relatives in Ruth. Miss.
Miss Hellen Lusk spent Sunday
in the Crescent City.
0. B. Boyd transacted business,
in Varnado Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L Pizzetta. spent
the week end in Mandeville
Albert Nye and Tom Poyner. spent
the week end in New Orleans.
George Wright has retturned fromi
a visit with friends in Chicago.
City Clerk Bean made hi, u.ual
trip to Franklinton Sundav.
Mrs. Ella Grahami of Mirintot~n
ik visiting her son Jo.e Graham.
Mr. and Mrs. (;Gtr're Potter of
Acknowledged to be the het.
most stylish shoe ma:le You
will find this famnou; sL.oe
on sale in Bogtiusa bonliy at
this store. T,'e showin~ i
co0mplete and if volt ha e.
never worn walk (ver aihoe
are invited to
INSPECT THE SHOWING
To those who have worn, Walk
Over Shoes sullie to ,ayv
that the new fall -,tock ik
"The Store of Quality "
Richardsontown Phone 124
We do not claim that our remedies will cure
anything and everything, but we do say that
when we recommend an article that you can rest
assured that it will be just as represented.
There are many articles that should be in every
home to give relief before the doctor arrives. Ask
us to furnish you with the list
Williams' Drug Store
'PHONE 97 COLUMBIA ST.
Sv , I .: [ 1. c idre.rit of ,, liie
Dr. ('appell of New Orleans spent
Sunday with his brother Dr. M. T.
Capell and wife.
Miss Susie Hayes has had a very
serious attack of appendicites, but
is reported to be resting well.
Miss Helen Larson and Miss
Norma Byrd left Monday for a visit
with friends in Tailsheek.
Miss Florence Davis. chief opera
tor at the telephone office. cpent
Sunday in New Orleans.
Mrs. J. L Burnes of Ave. B., left
Monday for a visit with relatives at
Jackson and atilo to attend the Fair.
Oscar EzI anld Gradin Cook
motored t,, Ai,,t; S:,ringt . Covington
Mrs J. I) He i% ind little son
Alden. of A'e J a:r isitiii rel
atives in New ()eari
Mrs. Walltace S:zi:ti. left Saturday
for a visit with reiatives in Columbia.
V. Pico anld WV A. DePhillips
spent the v. eekl end in New Orleans.
Mrs. W,. A Cubstid and children,
of Avenue D. spent the week end in
Mrs. V. Weathersby and baby re
turned after a vi-it with relatives
IMrs. L. N. Cothrern and children,
leftSaturday for a visit with relatives
.J Vol Brjck, of Franklinton. was
int Botalu-a Saturday transacting
M1r and .Mr A (;. Little and chil
dren. of (;raham. La, spent Satur
da\ in Bohalusa
Dr. J L. Bro ,k. of Franklinton.
and candidate for coroner, was in
Mrs L. Page and little son How, ard
left Saturday for a visit with rela
NIr. ;r i , . t,:r2 ier
te sol. fr ihi, of A'e. B, Spent
Su'lday ith New Orleans relatives.
S. N. Adams came down from
the Columbia camps and will re
main here for about a month.
Miss. Mammie Sykes, returned to
her home in Columbia after a pleas
ant visit with relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Crawford, left
Saturday for Audibon, La., where
they will visit his mother. Mrs. M.
D. E. Branch, candidate for rep
resentative of this parish, came
over from Franklinton Sunday to
visit with his many friends,
Misses Ora and Isabella Molle e
of Dunn. La., are the guests of their
cousins. Misses Lena and Marie
[,eBlanc of Ave. C.
Mrs. Joe Miles and little daughter
Mirduret. returned to their :o: e
irn Slidell Monday, after visiting
Mr; C. B. Hickman.
Mlr. E. L. Clay and sister. Miss
Mary Palassie, went to New Or
leans Sunday where they will visit
Mrs. M. F. Moffet Left Tuesday for
her home in Pickwick, Miss., after
a pleasant visit with Mrs. H. D.
Beeson, of Michigan Avenue.
Frank De Coursey, one of the
popular employees of the Bogalusa
Stores Company, spent the week
end in New Orleans.
W. W. Griffith has resigned his
position with the Bogalusa Stores
C >. and has left for Alexanderia
w"ere he has accepted a position,
Donald Quinn made a business
t ip to Slidell Tuesday.
R LeBlanc left Tuesday for Gray
Dewey Reagan returned Tuesday.
a't:er a pleasant visit with relatives
ini Tuscaloosa. Alabama.
Mrs. J. E. Hudson and children
let Wednesday for Jackson. where
they will visit Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Mrs. D. Botunds sp!int Wedntesday
i franklinton on: bu~i:eS.
\lr. and Mrs. W. N. Mt'Farland,
. ~ aton Rouge, are i itirs to, Bo
,;ue- this week.
W. E. Holmes returnled to, Boga
iunii Tuesday., after a rlea-ant stay
Mrs. J. W. Stamps and little son,
Grin, left Wednesday for Jackson to
attend the Fair.
A crowd of young folks gave a
surprise party in honor of Miss
Mary Palassie, of Ave. B., Thursday
n ht before she returned to her
h me in New Orleans Sunday.
Various games were played and re
f eshments were served.
How Did He Dodge That?
Designing Widow-Speaking of co.
aundrums. can you tell me why the
letter "d" is like the marriage serv
Slowboy--'m no good at conun
Widow-Because "we" can't be
"w'ed" without it--Boston Transcript.
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THE ST ORE
('AN BE SUP- E V
THE BIG STORE
Is growing more popular each week, and this popularity is due in no small ;s u
measure to the fact that when the ladies come here for a certain article
they are certain to find it, also the latest styles and at popular prices. ,
Then, too, the courteous sales force takes pleasure in showing any article J
you may desire to inspect without any obligation whatsoever to make a
THE LITTLE FOLKS STORE
Special attention is being given to the little ladies and gentlemen and the
mothers will find many articles for the children here at prices even lower
than they can be made at home. We take a delight in showing the little
folks the pretty things --- so be sure to bring them alon,
Need not think you are neglected either because we can supply you from'
head to feet at any price you desire.
BOGALUSA STORES C
The Teacher-Newton discovered
why the apple fell down.
The Pupil-Did he discover what
makes hair fall out?
Oh. Pleasure is the gilded grind
That holds us to a futile quest.
And happiness is what we find
When we grow weary and would rest.
Dii,11- A: yo,u going -to run for
ligb i--it'l! be a walkover.
Blobbs--te' drugged and robbed
Blobbs -No. dentist.
Daughter (looking up from her
novel -Father, in time of trial, what
d) you suppose brings the most corn
'.rt to a u:an?
Father (who is a district judge)
.n arcquittal, I should think.-Chris
FOR RENT-Completely furnished front
room with modern convenience $8 per
month. Apply 502 Ave D.
FOR RENT-A four room house in
Denhimtown has several outbuilding and
plenty of room for garden. Cheap rent to
right party, Phone 188.
PIANO FOR SALE-In A.1 condition and
will be sold at a rare bargain. Can be
seen at 829 Ave. B.
THE TWO PRETTIEST HOUSES in N.
West Bogalusa for sale at $l18I0 e"_ci .
One third cash, balance on easy terms
Address W. J. Landry, Baton Rouge. L.
FOR SALE:-A $100 scolarship in the
Spencer Business College at New Otleanls.
Will sell at a good discount if sold at
once. Address Education. Enterprise.
FCR SALE-Grocery store and fruit
stand located at 125 Main St.. Richardson
town, 300 yds from planning mill of G. S.
L Co. Idea p ace for short lunch stand,
have a good trade, but will sell cheap
I for cash as I have to travel for my health.
SIouse can be rented for $10 per month.
Write or apply to Sam Malico. Box 353.
Two houses in Pleasant
Hill, Both in good condi
tion and CHEAP for cash or
L. T. RICHARDSON
FERNS FOR SALE-Better ones were
never shown by any florist and the prices
are half what you
Prices range from 25
C. May, Beall Additio".
morning. Liberal reward
return to Enterprise o
stripe around neck.
Notify Enterprise or ,.
LOST':-A Oog, ho
and answers to naamo
if returned to house t
address Postoffice bo:x
If the party who
watch last week
to Ealterorise office
c'eive a liberal rew
EARN $10 to $15
mailing circulars spare
Hundreds of etd
"It It's For