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visitor Suriml;v . to Strong Black, of New Orlean;. I, spent Saturday in Bogalusa:. 0. B. Boyd tranv acted huiviw, (' in Varnado Tuesday. Rev. Warlick left Mond.'> far i Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. H. 1t Jaickso(, left Monday for Rochester. New Hamp- ; shire, where they will manke their home. Mr. and Mrs W. D. Wray. of Oklahoma. left for their home Fri-li day, after a pleai;nt visit with Mrs. J. L. Gould. Mrs. Annie Pagett returned to her a home in Columbia after a visit with her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Powel who died Sunday. t Eddie Blanchard and famnily re turned to their home in Thibodeaux Sunday, after a plea:;ant visit with R. Blanchard. of Pleasant 1-l!i Albert l)ehmlney. one of the ,>p c lar and effecient clerks at the st r office, left Monday afternoon for a two weeks vacation which will he spent in Washington and other eastern cities. Comforts Blankets Heaters Terms To Suit ROGERS' "If It's For The Home Rogers Has It" .- We sell on4y SPure ,9rwý l dl ý : I You want to be SURE your prescriptions will be filled right. Then bring them to us and they will be filled accurately with only the best quality compounds of tested strengtn and purity. Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we will not allow it. You can rely pn EVERYTHING you buy in our drug store. Williams' Drug Store PHONE 97 COLUMBIA ST. to her ,,:!i' \'ýl , ti ce Ili, after a plleani- ;i t ,it. her brother I,. I. R1 ,h..r. B Bc Mr-; lW rIl)l:an, of Oklahoma th ('it'. I(k!º. rri\ ed in the city this week t iiake an extended visit . mth her brothr. T1' P. Bender and ar famhilii . of 512 Ave 1). at Mrs. .1. L. Mills, of Medina. Tenn., arrived in the city Saturday to visit'' A her sops Ex-Commissioner J. C. T' Mills aid T. H. Mills. Mrs. W. J. Horner and son Ernest, v Mr. Hursch and Miss Gertrude S Mitchell motored to Covington and Mandeville Sunday afternoon. ifi Mlis Lizzie Conner returned to her " home in New Orleans Tuesday after a visit with her sister ,Mrs. I. C. Spencer, of Ave C. She way ae- t companied homne by her little bro- ! ther (Charles who has been visiting in Bo aolusa for several weeks. Mli R Rse Plaisance ret turnred i Siunlay from Abita Springs, ac-c compai,".d h\ Mr. aud Mrs. D. W. Plaisa:ice and family. who swent the;, - Iday with Mrs. Rufus Breitling, who treturned w its thei. to he gone a : 1: week. I r MrM. ilarriet Alford, proprietress. of the White Star boarding house,' - left Sunday for New Orleans. where , she expects to spend a couple of weeks with relatives. Her daughter, Miss Clara. is attending to the hotel affair, dalring Mrs. Alford's absence. ---I ,I IA 5IEEC Miss Lillie Thamis is on the sick list this week. Mr. Gordan Bishop, of Hattiesburg, , i a visitor here this week. IMr. Will Pinto:1 made a quick trip to Slidell Friday. Mrs. . Stafforl is very ill this, week. Mrs. A. G. Littles is spending a Sfew days in Hattiesburg this week. Ernest Moran made a quick tripI to Slidell Saturday. Little lMiss Ruby Pawl is oil the Iik lit this week. Little Ruby Powe is on the sick li,;t this ,.eek. Mlr. Jake Mlitchel made a business trip to Hlop11S1Ola Weh(lesday. Little .Jessie Saucier has been very sick this week. - .Jeff Stewart, Mack Pert'on and Bob Byrd left for Bogalusa, where they will spend a few days. We are glad to know Misses Lula and Lucy Watts are up after sever al days of illness. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Saucier of Angie are making there home in Talisheek. Mrs. V. B. Harrin, of Vilon La., is , visiting her mother-in-law Mrs. T. e S. Harrin this week. Mrs. P. L. Shaul has just returned from Chicago after a two month's visit. Miss Emilie Watts has. returned . to her home in Bogalusa after a Sl)Ieasant visit to her sister Mrs. R. s ,I. Applewhite. Mr. Jake Mitchel spent Sunday (1 with his mother Mrs. C. C. Mitchel ._ of Picayune Miss. te Mr. Howard Thames, of Picayune, to made a business trip to Talisheek a Monday. Mr. A. G. Littles, accom panied him hack. is Mr. Tom Pinton has returned to e, Talisheek after a visit to his family re in Richardson. Miss. - of . .. . r, Miss Lena Breedlove has returned el to her home in Bogalusa, after a -e. pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. Minnie Jordan. W. C. Thomes ac companied her as far as Sun. R. Strain, Emmit Summers and Misses Maggie and Ollie Mae Bough ck man motored to Pearl River Station t Friday. rg, Mr. Clay Tomas is returning to ( LaFavatte La.. to finish his term of t school. i ck - There was an ice cream party 1 given at Mrs. Edd Kennedy's Satur his, day night for the benefit of the M ,thodist Church. a Mrs. Carrie Brandt and son, ek. Master Sam Brandt, of California, and mother, Mrs. S. T. Holmes, of SNew Orleans, are spending a while at Talisheek. On September 17, 1915 the death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Byrl Seal and plucked their rose. little Edna, age 2 years. She was burried at Carriere, Miss., she leaves a father, mother one brothtr and sister, who mourn her death. Mrs. Florence Batton and little daughter Helen of Bogalusa are with her sister Mrs. Ross Applewhite. They will leave this week for Beau mont lexas where she will make her future home. Mrs. B. M. Saucier gave Mr. Will Watts, her future son-in-law a birth day party Sunday night the guests were Misses Ruby Moore, Lillie Thames, of Talisheek, and Miss Louise Dunhover,' of Hattiesburg, and Will Pinton, Ernest Moran and Jake Mitchel. ot Talisheek. Refresh ments were served by Misses Thelma I and Jessie Saucier. Mrs. Powell Dead. Mrs. Elizabeth Powell, age 87 died at her home in Richardsontown, Saturday evening and the funeral services were held Sunday. Burial Swas in the Bogalusa cemetery. Never b efore, Was Our Stock More Replete With all which Is Correct For Men, Women, M: hisses and ('hil l dren For Fall and Winter Than We Are Now Showing Your Inspection is Invited Without Any Obligation What so ever To Make A Purchase Bogalusa Stores Company IC- - . To Extend Service The business men of Richardson- H town are having equipment for ,i electric lights installed in their Dlaces of business, as the G. S. L. d Co., expects to extend this service to I that part of the city in the near future. Magic City Program TONIGHT, THURS. SEPT. 23th "Out Of The Flames" 2 reel drama i with Adele Lane. Also a good Pavers comedy. FRIDAY "Leah The Forsaken" 3 reel dra ma with William Shay. "The Knock-Out" 2 reel Chaplin comedy 10 and 20c. SATURDAY "The Expositions First Romances" 5 reels and "Hello Bill" L K-O come dy benefit Woodmen Circle 10 and 20c. SUNDAY "A Cigarette That's All" featuring Philip Smalley. 'Itching For Re venge" L K-O comedy and an Imp Animated cartoon 5 and 10 Oc. MONDAY "Gene Of The Northlands" featur ing Gene Gamitier 2 reels. "Jealousy What Art Thou" 2 reel featuring Ben Wilson. TUESDAY "Who Pays ?" No 4 "Betty's Ban dage" 2 reel drama and "Dan Cuvid Fixer" Nestor Comedy. WEDNESDAY Broken Coin and a Joker comedy "Freaks." d Thursday Sept. 30th "Scandal" 5 <' reels Oct. 1st, Charlie Chaplin in 1 "The Star Boarder." 11 Beginning Oct. 1st, the show will Ibegin promptly at 7 o'clock. Caver Removed lein I The many friends of J. L. Caver, v1 who for the past several days, was d in a critical condition and hopes for J whose recovery were almost aban doned, was able to be removed to his home in N Bogalusa Saturday. WOOOMEN, TAKE NOTICE There will be a special meeting at Starn's Hall at 2.30 Sunday after noon, Sept., 26tb. All Woodmen are invited. Business of importance in regard to unveiling. • ified PIANO FOR SALE-In A.1 condition and will be sold at a rare bargain. Can be seen at 829 Ave. B, FOR SALE-House and lot also. two lots and store located in Richardsontown, on Main street and Long Ave. Apply at Tingle's Groxery. LOTS FOR SALE ON EASY PAYMENTS There never was a better time to buy property in Bogalusa. . Conditions are rapidly improving and the city is grow ing which means an advance in proper ty. I offer an unusual opportunity for an investment and will sell you choice city 16ts on easy payments, a little down and the balance weekly, semi monthly or mnonthly.-L. T. Richardson, Phone 150. For Sale-60x160 lot with modern four - room dwelling on Front street in Richard I sontown must be sold at once, price x4')0 cash. Its a bargain.-J. E. Langston, Richardsontown. FOR RENT-The first floor, three large rooms. of two story residence on Main IStreet, Richardsontown. Apply ,Tess 1 Johnson, City Drug Store, North Bogalusa, ( phone 80. IFOR SALE-Carter Car in fine shape, 11 with license. Apply to T. R. White or E SA. Quick. WANTED-Good live marin lusa and surrounding territ greatest automobile access:i vented, every automobile os If you are a hustler you can. dollars a week. Write for. Jno. T. Reeves, Factory R McComb, Miss. NOTICE To Whom It May This company will no any order's from employs their time. We have weekly pay rolls (payint off each Saturday) for the of stopping this practice. future, we will adhere s this rule. La., Fibre Bo If You WaIt Exchange:, FURNITU Where you will rd Slargest stock a, the lowest price o your own terms . ,, see SBogalusa Furoi I Exchan ,. SColumbia St, _n e, BEINN, Prop.