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Intelligent, Responsible, Hustling Men, to Engage In DAIRY FARMING AND HOG RAISING • o- - - ON YOUR OWN FARM WE WILL HELP YOU GET STARTED-n .. CONE IN AND TALK IT OVER, OR WRITE TO,.* Great Southern Luber Co. O GUACUTOVER LAND DEPARTNENT BOGALUSA LOUISIANA $US . . .. . Dr. Chas. F. Amacker DENTAL SURGEON Offers his professional services to the people of Bogalusa 1 and vicinity. t Office Upstairs Over CITY DRUG STORE N. Bogalusa. Political Announcements Sdce Jury, 4th Ward J. R. Leslie irish Treasurer Dyson Booty Chlerk of Court Carter C. Welch Robert Babington M. A. Thigpen D. N. Magee F;or Coroner Dr. 0. W. Alford Dr. J. E. Pierce Dr. J. L. Brock Fo Sheriff 0. C. Strattman R. E. Keaton E. D. Sheridan J. C. Roberts L. A. Brown T. J. Simmons F'r Assessor G. W. Maee J. M. Byrd Charles Varnado Simeon E. Morris For bpresentative T. E, Bennett D. E, Branch DON'TP, make a mistake when you go to select your SHOES You will not be doing yourself justice unless you inspect our showing The stock embrabes everything you desire, whether it be for the children, misses, ladeis or men, and at a price you will appreciate as being the best values to be found anywhere. Come look 'em over BROCK'S Austin Straet ...- Bogalusa, La. ... . . lmJL.. .. ,hi... ' . _L . . o-m-m-O-@ e @- • • lr --'l • - - - - PUTS THE INTELLECT FIRST' 1 Educator Asserts That its Training Is of More Importance Than is jb That of the Beody. V Commenting on the theory, now so popular, that educators should concen- I trate on the training of hands rather [ than the training of minds, if the young persons of our land are to grow into useful men and women, Mary ] Leal Harkdess, writing in the Atlan tic, gives it as her opinion that "It is a tremendous fallacy that the pos sessor of only the trained hand can hope with any well-founded confidence to be included In that desirable com pany which is both interesting and in terested. "If you could persuade every wom an to sweep a floor properly, I doubt much it she could still be guaranteed an agreeable companion for a rainy Sunday," continues the writer. "If you could teach every 'white wing' in any city to remove the dirt of the streets in the most dustless and sani tary manner known to science, I still question whether you would wish him to come to your library for an eve ning of uplifting conversation. And be would be equally lacking in re sources for self-entertainment in his unemployed hours. "If there is anything beneath the stars more pitiable than the elderly man or woman with no intellec tual resources from which to draw occupation and interest, I have not yet seen it. On the other hand, there is nothing which so effectively robs the prospect of old age of its terrors as the sight of the scholarly wearer of whitened hair which crowns a head still vigorous and young through the happy preservative agency of a trained and much-used intellect. "No mechanical process can guar antee to us an interesting life, or insure us against boredom. But just because it is something more than a mechanical process a college educa tion of, the right sort comes nearer i d(ng this- thlan 6 any otl agency we know-certainly nearer than any drill in cow-milking or scientific cooking. Its value to us and to the future of our country is beyond estimation. If the titae ever comes when 'vital' is taken to be synonymous with 'lucra tive;' when the life of the mind and the training of the mind are set be low those of the body; when intelli gence, as a means to a full and sat isfying life, is superseded by prophy lads and hygiene--then we may well wish that we had listened to a win"e *eacher." Mrs. R. Blanchard went to New Orleans Tuesday. DOGAIUSA AND FODD JOKES 1 DO[ ABE REALLY FUNNY IOW When a man in the varish prison the other day wanted to feign in- Hot sanity he told the keeper that he " had just sent his wife to .Bogalusa. The jailer was convinced. People from Bogalusa used to hesitate before admitting it. They Be would assume a martyred air and a of b lugubrious look that meant; "Go on Jaci and laugh. I'm from Bogalusa." is to Bogalusa is a joke! It is the New biggest joke in the country. It is built eae of those jokes that started in a men Itent and grew to a city of eleven at a t'lousaLd I e)ple in less than ten. Sate years! of At first outsiders ignored Bogalusa. call Then they tried to "kid" it off the the map. Now they go there to live. tion Bogalusa and Ford automobiles to e ran neck and neck as laugh pro. wad ducers. Ford is paying dividends has in the millions. Bogalusa is paying cou salaries running into like figures wal y ,arly. Rot Neither does the similarity stop the there The revolutionary methods mo r instituted by Henry Ford in the ad( manufacturing of automobiles has hig been parelleled by W. H. Sullivan, suc vice president and manager of the abm Great Southern Lumber Company, wil in the construction of Bogalusa. ror rDREAM BECOMES MODERN CITY. Co Under his management, a pine an I jungle gave away before the tents thi of the workers. These in turn were the supplanted by substanitial houses. The biggest lumber mill in the ini world, the only one of steel con- Mi struction, was erected. A railroad rat was built. Other industries were foi a- started and in less time than ten in t years a dream materialized into a wl modern city. on It As its inception, this accomplish- nc [ ment was considered so preposter- a ous. that the first man in Louisiana as .ii Mr. Sullivan told his plans to, m lanughingly accused him of being so ,"either the biggest dreamer or, the is e- biggest liar in Christendom." This ol IS man also promised, that in the l event of a city of 5,000 inhabitants p; 'I being achieved within 10 years, he bi would go there to live. L Since that time, Jared Y. San- n Sders, ex-governor of Louisiana, has C be kept his pledge and is now a resi- ii Sdent of Bogalusa. ad The brains that built and system he atized the largest lumber mill in the world have built a city that is ' r truly modern. A $30,000 school or building houses the Bogalusa school , ut children. A magnificent hotel, an Sup to.date hospital with full equip er ment, even to treating all the .ella- } We gra cases of Washington parish as og an experiment, are other notable of features. ( ra The man in the parish prison d proved his insanity beyond all m doubt. As one of the most pros. at- perous and progressive communities b in the State of Louisiana, the joke is Scertainly not on Bogalusa. Her'sl is the last laugh-and a long one Daily States. Stoe Nearlyd Coapleted The store of M. R. Dorsey, of Rich ardsontown is nearing completion and work is expected to be finished' within the next few days. Mr. Dorsey has purchased a large stock of merchandise and will be better prepared than ever before to serve his patrons. Dr. Cele ltras Dr. H.C. Cole of the Bogalusa Hospital who has been at Rochester N. Y., where he attended the Mayo Institute, Americans most renowned surgical hospital, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Chesterman and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. .. Moss and daughter motored to Cov ' ington Sunday. Mr. Chesterman 3 and family recently returned from a i trip to Canada which was made in his Hupmobile and he stated that only two or three times did he find as bad roads anywhere in the United States or Canada as be found in . Tammany and Washington Paris iBOALUSA MAY BE ON THE JAKSON HIGHWAY Route Through This City 200 Miles Shorter Than Gulf Coast Country Bogalusa has a fine opportunity of being one of the cities along the Jackson highway, a highway which is to run from Nashville, Tern., to New Orleans and which is to be built by the United States Govern ment. This good news developed at a meeting at the Pine Tree Inn Saturday evening when a number of business and professional men called on P. M Milner, president of the Louisiana Good Roads associa tion, who was enroute to Nashville to attend the Jackson Military High way Meeting. The European war has furnished evidence that this country should have military high s ways and those interested in Good Roads at once started to work to get the Jackson highway, one of the , s most famous in the country to be e adopted as one of these military s highways and they have meet with 1, such success that it now appears the e almost a queston of which route in 1, will be accepted. There are two i routs offered one through the Gulf Tat (. Coast and the other via Columbia e and Bogalusa. The route through is this City is 200 miles shorter than 'e the Gulf Coast route. s. The meeting was a most interest ie ing one for Mr. Miler told how the A. D- Motor League in New Orleans had Bo dl raised many thousands of dollars ur' re for building good roads. He went the ,n into details and told of the roads a which they have built including the an one to the Chef. He says they are br h- now trying to raise money to build to r- a bridge across that body of water aa as well as the Big Rigolets. to, "Good roads have got to come" ng said Mr. Milner "because nowdays it F he is possible for almost every man to J is own an automobile. Good roads he means a good investment to the ts parish and attracts tourists and he builds up any community." Mr. Milner and party left Sunday n- morning for Meridian, going via as Columbia. They expected to arrive si- in Nashville Tuesday evening. ip- 0. B. Boyd transacted business in la- Varnado Saturday. as - ble J. B. Evans spent Sunday in New Orleans. on Mr. and Mrs. A. Mizell, of Julia all La., were Bogalusa visitors Saturday. Mrs. W. C. Flanders and children spent the week end with New Or leans friends. Mrs. O. J. McCarety and children left Saturday to visit her mother in Folsom La. ch- Miss Mable McKewen returned ion to her home in Jackson Friday after a pleasant visit with her sister Mrs. Mr. Fred Cutler of Pleasant Hill. rve Mtrs. J. A. Bass has returned to her home in Richardsontown. after siending two weeks in K6komno, Miss., visiting friends and relatives. lusa Mrs. J. H. Rawls, Miss Irene ster Wright and Messrs. Frank Hill, and ayo Byron Rawls left Saturday for Nor ned field where they will visit releatives. ome. - Mrs. W.J. Horner, of Medina man Tenn., arrived in Bogalusa Saturday C. S. afternoon to visit her son "Dutch" Coy Horner, one of the valued emplo} es man of the Enterprise. ma - ein Mrs. W. A. Chandier and little fnddaughter have returned to their home in Bogalusa, after a pleasant Svisit with relatives in Brookhaven and Wessco. Let us get that fall suit ready One of these mornings you are going to awake and find that its too cool to wear your summer clothes so why not send us your last years suit and let us make it Look Like New You won't recognize it as the old suit when we get through with it.. The workaeansip will be perfect, the cloth will not e injured and you will think you have a new suit. One of our wagons pass your house daily Bogalusa Laundry. PHONE 34 "EVERYTHING BACK BUT THE DIRT" i - . Pablisher Is Cudidate lrank M. Edwards publisher of the Florida Parishes and well known bi in Bogalusa. has announced as a candidate for representative of Tangipahoa parish. Borne Braks Leg A valuable horse belonging to A. A. Overstreet, the well known N. Bogalusa merchant, ran away Sat urday afternoon and when turning lu the corner at the Washington Bank 4: and Trust Co. fell and sustained a broken leg. The animal was given 7: I to a man who will try and save him. s: t Finds Cure for Epilepsy o After Years of Suffering S "My daughter was amlietd with e epileptic fits for three years, the attacks I coming every few weeks. We employed several doctors but they did her no good. About a year ago we heard of Dr. a Miles' Nervine, re 9 and it certainly has proved a blessing to our little girl. She is no w apparently. eured and is en Sjoying the beat of health. It 1i over a year since she has had a fit. We cannot speak too highly of Dr. Mlles' Nervine." MRS. FRANK ANDERSON, Comfrey, Minn. Thousands of children in the United States who are suffering from attacks of epilepsy are a ,W burden and sorrow to their parents, who would give anything to restore health to the sufferers. Dr. Miles' Nervine is one of the best remedies known Y. for this affliction. It has proven beneficial in thousands of cases and those who have used it have 'en the greatest faith in it. It is not r-a "cure-all," but a reliable remedy for nervous diseases. You need not hesitate to give it a trial. 2- by all Druggists. If the first bet falls to beneft your money Is ren returned., in MILE MEDICAL CO., lkhart, Ind. When Iour Ford Gives Yo Touble Send it to r Gaage. We maintala one of the best replr shop to be fened taywhere aid we are always rady to Supply Any Parts Needed-Full Assortment The charges are moderate and the workmanship is the best. Work is turned out at the promised hour -A4 1· ,1 Fer Sale Combination Horse, Harness and buggy. Apply to A. Schrimpt Pleas ant Hill, New Orleans Great Northern R. R. Terminal Station, Canal Street, New Orleans. LEAVES ARRIVES Daily, Except Sunday. 7:05 a m Jackson, Columbia, Tylertown, Bogll lssa, Folsom, Covington and intermediate points 4:20 p m Folsom. Columbia, Tylertewn, Boa losa and Intermediate points 8:49 aw SUNDAY ONLY 7:35 am Jackson, Columbia, Tylertir*. BoDa lues and intermediate points , 0 1 Pm 6:00 p m Columbia, Tylertown, Bolgal , Fle som, Covington and intermediate points 10'x0 a Sunday and Wednesday Excursions 7:35 am Folsom, Covington, Abitk Sprins., Mandeville, Lacombe, Forest Glen sad intermediate points 06 p a LOCAL TIME TABLE. ARRIVES LEAVES North Bound 9:51 am No. 2, Daily except Sunday. 10; a New Orleans to Jackson 7:00 pm No. 4, Daily except Sunday 7:1 pm New Orleans to Columbia 10:35 am No. 12, Sunday only n New Orleans to Jackson 8:50 p m No. 8, Sunday only 9: pm New Orleans to Columbia 6:40 a m No. 14, Daily except Sunday Tylertown to Bogalusa 3:40 p m No 16, Daily except Sunday Tylertown to Boalusa 7:55 a m Ne. 18, Sunday only Tylertown to Bo0plaus 5:40 p m No. 20, Sundayonly Tylertown toBoDIal s' SOUTi BOUND 2:55 p m No.1, Daily except Sunday 3 Jackson to New Orleans 6:00 am No. 3, Daily except Sunday Columbia to New Orleans 4:50 p m No. 11, Sunday only 5:0 p Jackson to New Orleans 7:00 e m No. ?, Sunday Only 7:t a s Columbia to New Orleans No. 13, Dally except Sunday 9I a. 11s , Bogalusa to Tylertown No. 18, Daily except Sunday 65 p ut Bojaluas to Tylertown No. 17, Sunday only, 10:00 a 0 Bogalsa to Tylertown No. 19, Sunday only t8 0 M n S Bogalsa to Tylertown t For further information write ticket I agent, or M. J. McMahon, General P senger Agent; O, B. Auburtin, Au º* t ant General Passenger Agent, .lt 905, Whitney-Central Bldg., New O. I leans, La. Long Distance Phosn Mat 488.