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THE CLAD HAND
GOES OUT TO YOU WHEN
YOU'VE GOT ON
GOOD CLOTH ES
Many a good, honest man has never
thought of the VALue of dressing well and
has not been "advanced" because he neglec
ted his looks. Dress better and you will get
your PAY raised. Every man needs first
class clothes. A "good front" will make yon
feel PROUD and do better.
We will sell xou the good clothes you need
to put on a good "front" at an HONEST Price.
Our clothes fit and satisfy,
I;ARRY, the TAILOR
i I II
ORDER YOUR
COAL *NOW
This is ideal weather to lay
in your winter's supply of
coal. The streets are in good
condition, the price is lower
now than it will be and be
fore long you will be need
ing coal the entire day..
Full Weight--Prompt Deliveries
OZONE ICE COMPANY
BUILDING BOOM HERE
Each day sees work start on some new building.
The coming year promises to eclipse all previous
ones and this store is prepared to supply you
anything for the builder or plumber at lower
lower prices than any other store in the State.
MARXProprietor
Phone 150
5"i, ':' s ,st mod
e ' "e ni Creoe de Chine,
4 , !anc s.oed
3jg uood values at
}`:n ý rsdo at Bogaluse
* 4 Of every descrlp* SIR~Ps~ aes ý eta
,,:,u, INSURANCE , ,,,,, u ASSETS ma PeEs wh.
I RpratnoWe PONE Nwe~
we .00 G R
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r"M: ` ' ' . '. axr ,ban ~ eLAJe RUNn mion i-- .I~u . 4ti,_ to-,
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Wanted
Some Voung lady to represent us
in and around Bogalusa. To sell our
extract, coffee pickles, tea and pep
per. We are Mfgs. A good chance
for a live wire to make money. L.
L Davis, Wilson, La.
hoIy L' , " I,, ca" H
,og. 'Ph ý w' w"rtb
!i1i tey mou: r l' Il'r', .:,s ' him
in the presence of tile K:ennel `e1pcr.
The first week Shorty owned him he
ran 'away. Shorty bought $6 worth
of want ads. Seven weeks after the
last want ad appeared a boy brought
the dog home, claiming the $5 re
ward and putting in a bill for $11
for the dog's keep for eleven weeks.
Shorty paid and bought a collar and
chain for $1.25.
The dog lay passive on the back
porch Saturday night and Sunday
night. But Monday night Mrs.
Shorty left the washing out on the
line. Some time in the night the
dog chewed the chain in two and
then went out and tore all the clothes
from the line, ripping to pieces what
he didn't eat. That morning, before
Shorty was up, the dog-tax collector
came and collected from Mrs. Shorty.
Then Shorty got up and went into
the back yard and found the clothes
torn to pieces. The dog had run
away, presumably back to the home
of the boy who kept him before for
seven weeks. Shorty doesn't know
where the boy lives, but Mrs. Shorty
says he can find out with a want ad.
Shorty knew that, but didn't want
to suggest it. So he'll be down in
the morning with another want ad.
But he's sore.-Kansas City Star
CAUGHT
,ti
Charlie-I get engaged to a differ.
ent girl every year I come up here.
Frank-Lucky dog, I got mar
ried to the first one I became en
tgaged to.
SO THE CALF KEPT ON.
As a train stopped at a little Ohio
station the passengers heard the
plaintive bawling of a calf, which
was being wheeled along the plat
form in a crate.
"There's someone complaining,
conductor," said a traveler, looking
for a bit of fun.
"Not to me," answered the mild
old ticket taker. "Never heard a
passenger's complaint with that
much sense."-Judge.
JACKS WITHOUT JILLS.
The trai.n was rushing over the
prairies of western Kansas.
"Is that another jack rabbit,
uncle?" asked the fair passenger,
wrho was looking out through the car
window.
"Yes," replied the elderly man at
her side.
"That's what you have said abo't
all of them we have seen. Ar3 there
no-ah--Jill rabbits, uncle?" ,',
·'' 'HERO,MAYBE.
Tommy-Pa, what's a biped? .P
Father-An animal with two legs.
For instance, a man is a bipei.
Tommy - Well, what's Uncle
James? He's only got one leg.-
Boston Evening Transcript. 1
-·· L:,GOT'EM BLUFFED. ',
"Your boy seems to have all tie
other boys skeered of him. Mustbei
a good fighter."
"I can't say about that. But I
do know this--he's an awful good
claimer."-ILouisville Courie'-Jour.
na.l
ALL EXCEPT ONE.
Jess--Did you get any useful
Itresents?
Bess-They all were except a gold
thimble.-=J.,re.
SBLL JOHNSON A STAR
,Cnicago Boy Hailed as One of
Wonders of Athletics.
Meteoric Rise of Former Semipro and
I Basketball Player-Manager Con.
nie Mack Orders Him to
Report in the Spring.
"Keep your eye on Bill Johnson, the
Philadelphia Athletics' new outfielder,
next year !"
Thus hundreds of Chicago semipro
baseball fans and amateur basketball
L enthusiasts are voicing their opinions:
of Connie Mack's latest find-Bill
Il ohnson, late outfielder with the Gar
den Citys and last season star forward
on the Illinois Athletic club's cham
pionship basketball squad, writes
Fred A. Marquardt In Chicago News.
. Johnson, whom Connie Mack signed
just before the last series between the
,4thletics and the Browns, returned to
Chicago and spend the winter with his
parents. The Quaker city pilot was
8 very much satisfied with the young
t ster's showing in the St. Louis games,
a and has ordered him to appear at the
Athletics' training camp next spring at
Jacksonville, Fla.
Rise in Athletic World.
Johnson's rise in the athletic world
s has been almost meteoric as one of his
I home runs or triples that within the
short space of one year gave him the
reputation of being one of the hardest
r hitting outfielders on the local semi
V pro circuit. Although the national
y pastime has been his favorite sport
ever since he was big enough to wield
a baseball,' fans first became aware of
his ability in 1912.
As captain of the Doremus church
baseball squad that year he led his
team through the season without a de
feat and succeeded in taking the
senior championship of the Cook Coun.
ty Sunday School association. The fol.
lowing two seasons he played with
a Bill Johnson.
Chicago. Last season Pilot Billy
of Niesen's batting order. I
SBaseball however was not the only
sport in whichll Johnson excelled,
b ariusely more than 100 pirie teamounds in weight
He bcagome an ardent devPilotee of theBll
ioor game in 190 as a member of the Garden CitS-piced
him won the city hamponship of its clasy
ofthat year.n's btting order.
WBaseball ho evetar in Bas not the onlyl.
As a forward on the old Cornells hed,
basketball watook his introduced at the was
nois Athletic club two year100 ounds inago, John.
sone became an ardent devotee of the squad.
The tri-color team won in 10 as a member of the entral A.
coast for quthare nationaldgets, tournhe team thaty.
won the I. A. ch. teampi wonshp of itshe cntralas
states' title second time last springar
but was nosed out for the ational
championship bya forward on the old Cornells at the
Sthands of University of Utah players.tted the
If he Centrals to make goo and Nawith Conal nieA
Mack U. tit wlle and made the biggest surprise
in years for the national sport enthusiasts.
states' title h second time last spring,
championship by one point at theWay
Sto Prosperity
FOR
ONE
PENNY
you will find many articles at this store
despite the high cost of living. When you
hear of the Penny Store you know it is the
GRAND 8, 10,. 28
C. M. WARNICK, Pp STORE
Columbia St. BOGALUSA
CRABS,
SHRIMP,
OYSTERS
and everything that goes with
t them every
FRIDAY
When you want the best meat
e PHONE 31
SGREEN & PICKARD
COLUMBIA ST.
Rogers'
Sells The
BEST
STOVES
IN
BOGALUSA
Phone'423 or '252
e
i.arnes Painting Go, to
For
i Eyerything in the Painting
t Line , , , 1
S Automobile and Sign Work
i North Bogalusa
e ' DI. ARtHUR WIlTR -.E-ye Spwlalist
DI. Wa. HARVIN JOHNSON.Ear. e sal Thrlat Spulailts
Will be at the Bogalusa Hospital every 4tli'
Sunday in each month.
)I isher lhahritiji ali * ftil lis pit ' -s
Lar'a Dru Sto /
THE GRIUNEWALD
LARGEST BESTNEWEST
-HOTEL -
Rooms without Bath .:. $1 UP
Rooms With Bath -: $2.50 UP
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
For Sal +
The Highway Fae
and used by the.i
Southern Laumsb'
pany, during the
1916, for a de
tion farm. This fut
forty acres in cal
with fine crops
on same. It
orchard of 500
orange trees,
Pecan trees. Nesat'
room modern B
Water works, wm4
neat small barn,
ton silo, full
finest corn silage,:
and one-half milec
of Bogalusa, oe
graded roads.
house adjoining t
erty. We will i
demonstration f
build another. Ft
and terms, apply
Cut-Over Land
GREATS
LUMBER C
"My Wife Took theG
With Pains in Back .
and head. She ached sll 'oVWl
gan in the morning, by nook
in bed and began taklg
Dr. Miles' N
and Anti-Pain Pills as
In a day or two she wa ,
are sure that if she had t
Norvine at the very first s
would have prevented the
Rev. E. B. Slade, Ma
LaGrippe usually leays:
,tims in a weakened
the fever and pains quickly
vitality. To enable the n
tern to recover from this'
no remedy is better than.
Nervine.
Sold under a guarantee a
return of the price of the
it falls to benefit. At all.
IThorioII
Best in the W
Guaranteed by tihe M
i Some Good Barl
In City Lot d an d
Farm Lands
Phone w2S

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