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SlS YOU AI
AND HAPPY j
IACS LF FOR
i MORE BUNCA1OWS
will start on five more bung si
a Bogalusa during the first to
- the New Year and plans gr
others are being prepared be
is expected that work will
them by the end of next
This building will be done to
the Bogalusa Building and hi
an equal number will e
tracts let at the meetinl g,
t were for a 5 room m
to be located on Superior B
to be owned by Hy. Car- P
6 room bungalow on '
' Ave. to be owned by I
rce. 6 room bungalow in
t to be owned by V. J. F
58 room bungalow to be t
kStripSdoer and located t
addijtioniand a room bun- tl
Qg.Superior Ave. to be owned to
lausa Building and Loan e
the greatest prosperity o
i~ory and incidently the
of any company 1
If you exoect to own
you had better subscribe
aow for they expect to do
much this year as in anvy 4
one. A stockholders meet* -
be held on Friday night 8
lctors will be named for '
qbDolusa Lodge of Elks are
fortablv located in their
quarters over the Boga-1
Supply Co. building on
.Mreet . Several hundred.
'expendedin arranging a
ige and club rooms.
Sberyk At Rio
lY store at Rio was en
rsSunday night and
to the amount of
ta ken.. The robbery oc
Mr. Talley was in Bo
SElias desires to take this
expressing her thanks.to
and neighbors who ren
assistance and sympathy
te serious illness of Mr.
SElias feels that the re
Mr.Elias wasdue in no
to the many kind
tended her for which she
Elizabeth Sullivan entertain
at a dinner Monday
Which was followed by a
bich was held at the Pine
It was one of the most
socialevents of the sea
To Open Store
Andrew Baez, "Bogalusa's Real
Tailor" has rented the room occu
pied by A. K. Beall in the Tate
building and will open a haberdash
ery in connection with his custom
tailoring business. He expects to not
be ready for business shortly after am
the first of the year. Mr. Beall re
cently purchased the Commercial as
Hotel building and will move his me
stock to that location as soon as
the alterations are completed. eta
A prisoner named Garner who C
was being held at the Frankliotop thi
jail charged with forgery and who tho
made his escape has been recap
tured. It will also be remembered
that Garner was married to three poi
Mississippi women at the same time'
but will serve out his sentence first wD
in the Louisiana prison. al
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Walsh and son
spent Christmas day with relatives ih
'in Gretna. La.
SYMPATHY FOR A BACHELOP W
Never Since History of Man Began
Has He Been the Marked Man
He Is Today in Europe.,
If single men continue to be ,
g singled out as victims for tax oollec- gi
St tore and recruiting sergeants, the 'b
s great trinity of human rights will
,d be changed to read, "life, liberty and
I matrimony." For where ran the
t bachelor find happiness in a wold
that marks his inomue as the frlt
ie to be eeized by a apacions state and
d his precious pereo as the to be
exposed to the enemys bllets? ,.
Never sinoe the history of man be
ig gan has thbe beh lo been the marked
m man he is tody, a witer in tle
or Brooklyn Eagle see't. In England'
. Premier Aeqiths famous pomiee
Swas given to the married mn, the
bonscription bill exoepts the married "
men, the state supports the wives end a
children of enlisted married me.. In .
J. France the stas mppats nogt otb I
1e the legally establbed wives but
ed those whom soldiees ma
in their w t eis t aeeimuiptio 4
led that the legal osremony will follow
when the wai oomes to an end. , 'hs
a even the man who promises to be
iy come married is faored by thestate.
.he And as fo taes, the bedelor has
in longbeen the vietim of his own dies
eretion. Even Uncle 8am, who. is
Sordinarily the least given to making
invidious distindtions among'his cit,
do zenry, grants the' married men a
V $4,000 exemption on the inoome tax.
ht In Europe the discriminationi
ht against the babelor is much more
or marked---o marked, in fact, that
bachelorhood is more of a luxury
than a limnousine.
rae dm o, 1e Z
eir let me actch yoe ki sing my
on . - g n--No anam, I wontL
His nmarriage was moet uneape*b
ed, I bieve?"
"Bather! Especiall to hium -
en Sydney Bulletin.
and AGREED TO WITH PROVIOL
oc She-Do you believe in cotnfideuoee
Bo between man and wife?
He--Why, yes, if her huesend
'Tk'bt young English nobleman is
this considered quite the glass of iash.
5 .to Ion."
ren "I see. A peer glass."
- VERY 8AD.
Sre "It is a sadsight when you see a
no man who has forgotten how to play."
kind "Especially when he volunteers to
she hang the piano at a social affair."
'JUST THE THING. :
"I see where the Venetianp.have
taken elaborate precautions to pro
rtain teet their famous campanile from
day erial bombs," remarked M~r. Twob
bY a "Umph!n replied Mr. Gadder.
Pine "Why don't they send him over here
most and let him warble in the Metropoli
tan opera house until the war is
B M. P. nm, endnto -
(Copyright hI Western Newarp Union.)
It was an ideal Yuletide. The aeet the
notes of church chimes throbbing out nos
melodiously, "Peace on eatth, good a
will to men," announced it; langhter, 'nd
smiles, gay greetings' among. the
Istreet crowds enphaslmae it. +Two
men going in the same direction,
strangers one to the other, yet oddly Ily
mutually involved in a fateful circum- .
stance of the hour, unconsciously she
lessened their gait to catch the final VS
notes from the distant belfry. ' ' ne
He in advance, swarthy,. eieyedi , the
bearing a neatly covered box under a
his arm, uttered an ugly, sinister rig
"Before that hour strthes aea- th
this!" he hissed malevolently rather
D than uttered, and he tapped the box
and strode on, grim wit some po. ate
The man ten paoes bi him,
e Young, handsome, saet, bot nans too ph
Sfashionaby clad, carried a thin, qure
package suggesting a cam :, for his
was an artist's faoe, and he was an
Had he spoken his bena s thngght
he would have whispepred otty:
n "Before this hour stihes aain I
s shall have said good by to an I love." h
He of the sinister m strode
on and turned into a ~Eim real
denoe thormuag e, Tlmecrtly i
P like a shadow, the other it almost
even pace with him. Dhrn m arc
lamp Chase Merw$n laid to look
Sover the packageh be aco&. Ais ob.
leotive point was a , a dGa
sling place of libght i iy, acd ...
before it the -niSe:oAgtmmn had ,
A halted a poorlydressedl lr sti -
c- gling along without ea soat, and
e 'blue and pinkbed wih A
oether, pated to Uas O(. the "
The _ aga~n oca
e ast@a and o
se: ;I - a"n,
ed yevant, bknsak <a u"aiba
ad a with th other Ot 4 fir:!l. '
.In .wr in the ,e
00 ado* o a,
e sis .fit wase em eait ! I
o r he a 4 ysn .
.oa I' am.s
- p inm s a l
per ' ie," he inu 1Pým<e 4 I
oat et bese toelbal t io s rO.L pA
o m b Iatieoaa be 'il toes
SI Weaedsd the ht wnl o tMai ;. nI i
oee, I s ebad e i + iso
d d mpr" t.he
.o s*erubt Sam tb w nth Ie
", ing a TIs " ,a M, t
s go teas
sa e sw ero A te et pit
the me.l oUla ,-l8bod e
, one ar sse n I en m to r ite
"erwan waep o a rned . ou tolde
sp, nowk ore Et ea ouae banssl nlqthe
a u e sond then sh- fol t e
wayno of.MeSwyn. hie ayrse
son tea masealeor to oie eado.I
I y watshristms dtn ho rnie.
sure meoflOY ltdered he cher, "a
w ar"ethe .i4rst- . ...
T ",he]," rek spoke rme w as i t
ricanJwered . h p
anaed we owas ih.r
ro h, uta t oa!s rla
heongn e yee.be did not t
lhet ls ol ed st that ioi
nuae a e du t a
witndow, there as a ash. and cmii.
a dmlostr tWhy di ook te oi m F
hi heed .acd he Ia) fteardt
al tpened tth eyes. He rynpoa coueaech
pnuhed directly onuder the tlaetee'
Dapoigiht waoeemingl hnnto the roqm.
The wretkd wIhndow frae woe btrh
ricaeod. Hs hed ais beedraed, and
"The ,urgenouh55 jeut left, and pap.
are a here! and the beartiful picture
truthe) ," eMerwyln confessed.
r ' warned you told us
eroush to have us guess the torth,
subjed, and then she iollowaed the
loglane of Mewyn. His eyies rested
hae iron the mistletoe tight oter his bead.
"Why this is Christmas morning,
pTj Christmoas inonri--ld~el the lnlutletoe.
Santa From the South
.4 Dotius? Feree Cass
While te newqpaps tao~oUoIMant
the United States wetre bus: asn
nouncing the warlikU operations of
Ge.. Sancho Fernmndes here, there
end elsewhere that I')oember, it .was
ia fct that -the revolutionary dictator
aot exe6 was really in Washipgto ,
D. ~, Where he had been pqremptor
,ily siumioned by the president.
His conference at the capitol was
short and very much to the point. It
was pointed dut with painful decisive
ness to the Senbr. General Fernandez
that hereinafter he would have to
make his ragged army respect the
rights of U. S. A.
The pill that General Fernandes was
thus made to swallow was not sugar
coated, but it unquestionably did him
good. He went down the White House
steps that day before Christmas a
saddeir And a wiser man. .However
the dictator of Mexico was a philoso
General Fernandes muffled hi face
deep In the soft warmth of his fr
collaied greatcoat, and started off
,down the avenue.
By and by he came to the business,
district where throngs of last-minute
shoppers were bustling about. Snow
had began to fall heavly--great fleecy
flakes .-that filled the whole air and,
supplementing the gay holiday decora
Stions and shouts of street hawkers,
Sgave the soene an
air of fairylike
The olly, tre.
I spirit was 'coa
t aglon, but it
made him feel
very loanely. Be
, wsn ted a AM
. anyone, aB this
big, buew city,
d . wad bal hbimsmpty as a Me
sad sot e as p celebssated Gmem
a I lhie-to a sse earinkerwh -
t hs hard hi eansme a haoebsd i a
abrg'hildish roto close. >y. -
a ~ ,eSaI thesae, pe tl i tres i.
unbar!e.r Spene s u fw d.* .su. al
Di # Be's umiidain' wom and
brables` down thse right now! dig
leub at Goreo; ,thee haundred
t" aW Jtý lree here, al abou the
- Moo dy Go ueCr3no !"
At K'thfrtis dictator son ied: it; . i
imS, un hSery aid sggoacbed the N
.w , n 1n. i . f ewa ,r She
Sw t a o rm ld n ani her b
I a .I~b tid , smatreUlri face el
L looiban a nd pinchie4 di ,
ueae, beflrne * ti
Pe.l Pi e aldez is as had a. ba
a e A J'aes he we a wMhN he
The Nt ad wai Maced t, u a ht
: . turm her., pod-as!
- Ch~Ot ' be ?mn trykn' . bees my I
wamoell out so a Iit soo na one
yg now sta apessa bow s pmleft Io
it s thatuoe.
lta s a tetr - irst
g, ." m. Yas on .
oear nemr ndos
aele ai the owaa
''bladrm a serw behs) 11m
.r$'ao.tra*. siesr.t" s
a to r ha he c D itatsor.sep s s
e t Kiwtlro tey "he spe 1e liea
Ma eat;" rnsstted as the shbtlars ,
"I'di say why lot WUpr IMte 'omae o
Vbe yr - Cloo tntiomoan maon o . L~std
ct la uaghned wholebeastedl y as he had
act done beae in years end toolkone
he at the wee grra helbtfsou hands
h nds kindly within' his big gloved
sh all al he junt as you say," he
taled much to her astontibmeat.
"'ome along with mae nw-first somae
where to get yOO a warm coat and
hood and erno furry amttem. Then
' wll go to a flne ressaWuran And
m after you've eaten every bit you can
)"" holdr we'll go ee the tOs and ye5
can pick out your own present."
the "','r nat ildianjme, mister?"
ly? Mon my honor, no."
rite 'Thenf il t' all the Wame to you.
let's hit the tao departments first.
Ss I'e had i' eye on a big iellowaheaded
4,** doll-real hair it is, too!-there in the
the ApOlimUrIB rr ali months."
the "We'll do just as you my, kiddie
eted but on one condition."
d.' "What's that, mister?'
ing, . "You must tell me that you don't
"and believe al the thing. you said about
Generat Pernandes of Mexico"
Ibly, "I11 cll him Santa Clean If thatil
suit y' 1ny better, mister."
her "Under present circumstanes that
his name strikes hesas quite appropriate
tate. for him," 'mrmored the 4ictator. "But
itiftl 0ome on now. It's going to be a
etoe. really mrry Christmas aftesr all.*
We also Wish you a "happy new year."
The'kind of Medicines and Toilet Articles you
use have much to do with your happiness. Our
Smedicines will have the "desired result," because
they are always fresh and full strength.
• O r Toilet Preparations will produce the "de
sired result," because they are scientifically prei
pared out of pure ingredients.
° In our Drug Store you can rely on what you
buy, cope in. ..`
PresriplsU allid Fir M hl iirad T TiA Suu eiii
LITTLE CIAICE Ii CA
SITlACl E SITUllTl l
There was a nominal reduction i
in the shortage of cars between di
November 1st, and Decumber 1st.
figure now standing at104,000
As a practical m atter.. however,
embargoes and delaysin shipunesut
a~efully as bad astl hy were ia
change has taken plaie in the cn i
ter of congestion, which has now ol
.been moved from the Atlantic Sea
bord to the coal, coke and steel
producing centers. The car shortage h
is probably at its height now, but
free freight movements cannot be
expected for several months yet.
.-.Brookqire Forecaster. :
Despite the fact thatthe ear sit.
nation shows no improvement the
Great Southern Lumber Co. have
been and will continue toaoperate1
the big mill and stack .the lumbe1
las g as theyave any available
gound to stack si'me.
Maxwells Win .
a W.When a tie game wasi pae
at:the Y.I.C. A:.l. last1rd
Sight it rsulted in a victory or
e Maxwellas nd at the same~i
gave them t~ie ennant:for the I
Sson. The filu score was : to`3
Stheche ang the Sortal
F. Koltontdi s play ed a rs
game for. the .,MaI p eu pd
easily the stars-of the lgame.i .
Pictures Of City
l . .
The motion picture men Who
* spent several days in Bogalusa te=
' cently, returned this week 4vith the
d films. The. laying of the corner
S stone of the Y. W. C. A. and mqny
a other interestina and new views of
m Bogalusa are on the. films which
will likely'be shdwn to Bogaluse
citizens at an early date.
t. E C. Rowan spent Christmas with
Srelatives at Laurel Miss. He made
the trip in his Ford car and en
I% countered some bad road and al
most thelentire trip was made duitt
"t ing a heavy rainfall.
'U Miss Cottrell of the Bogalusa
Schoolsis spending a few .,db
ito with Tylertown friends, i
diward TrsV &,,
.whinde drv inge in - .b
di isco alve i sle a.
ithful h:l, ho w
of i rs. Trater . an
tiivorce he+haIb an$ :
.ove. Heti > . nt .
has aRu sWithe
t and o bdlbd t
iii ER . ...` .:;...
" liatyer I'lLe
:: odafe itm, ;
a e ih rsd . 8. ,
Ca lLmodter t, r i
at eoidaurnt Whew Bre
tie : B..f --Ileb pid tL
.sea ', aean had
sitmodera, near paper mili. $16.0
ia ys wethurs ithv Bt, r'.
with Mrs. S. Ei -s .
ied brM Bead.h~e vtu