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Your Fall Suit - . Will Be Correct not only as to fit but as to style, the cloth, the workmanshi. and the many other little details which go to make you stand out as a well dressed man. Notice the well dressed men of Bogalusa. A majority of these order their suits from this store 4 and we have been making all their clothes for years. "There's A Reason" A. KBEALL COMPANY " " .......... .... .... ..+ , ,.. - " "-"-" "++ + ++,M+ NN' " " " "* THE GRUNEWALD LARGEST BEST NEWEST HOTEL. ROOMS WITHOUT BATH $1 UP n ROOMS WITH BATH $2.50 UP. s NEW ORLEANS, - - LA. t I iI Resolutions Whereas, It has pleased Almighty s God, in his infinite wisdom, to re- a move from our midst Brother J. r Leon Pounds, t Therefore Be It Resolved, That t while we bow in humble submission ' to the Divine decree, that we feel 11 very keenly the loss of a valuable and faithful member of our fraterni ty, that our Country has lost one of its most prominent and useful citizens, and the bereaved family a kind and loving husband and father, Be It Further Resolved. That the lodge extends to the bereaved family all that human sympathy Scan extend, Be.lt Further Resolved, That a page in our minute book be set aside for recording these resolutions, that a Copy be forwarded the Fami ly, and that copies be furnished the Franklinton Era-Leader, The YOUR GROCER In selecting our GROCER, why not choose a store that handles nothing but GROCERIES ? It means better and fresher goods for you and at the same cost. YOU GET SERVICE HERE, TOO! ROBINSON & ROBERTS N. Balm..TWO STOIESWest Side. Phoes 61-173 SII.4 II I I II I _ ... I yOUR FALL NEEDS Can best be supplied here, no matter what it is. New Fall goods arriving daily and "We have it, will get it, or it is not made" Prices are right too and the service we give our patrons is almost as renowned as the low prices. M mARX ACTIVITY IN EALESTAT; a CAN'TET [OUGH AIUTOSI, Further evidence that business e conditions have shown a most re- C markable improvement in Bogalusa , during the past few weeks is demon- t, strated by the sale of city property. All of the realestate dealers report a that inquiries are numerous and , with little properv to be offered. U One dealer stated that during the U past two weeks he has closed eight deals. r Automobile buying is also con- r sidered a barometer of conditions and the local agents state that there never was a greater demand for cars than at the present. Mr. Rester of the Ford and Mr. Lonnergan, who represents the Overland car, are unable to secure cars enough. A few days ago the Bogalusa Mill and Supply closed a contract for the f Maxwell car and they are expecting 'the demonstrating car in any day. : Bogalusa American, and The Boga: !lusa Enterprise for publication. i Respectfully submitted, Robert Babington, C. C. Welch, D. N. Magee, Committee. I Franklinton Lodge No. 101 F. & A.M. e Franklinton, La., Sept. 22nd, 191,. Ill • It I WILL C OM IE ilSTREGTH l l STRY TO EAT PLEASANT Hall Faction Will Try And W Ilave Independent Tick- F et Headed By Parker That the Hall faction and the M Progressives, together with the Re- toni publicans, are working together to Mar establish an independent State wife ticket in Louisiana was the sub- ter, s.ance of a report ] s: week whifh Tho interested political circles. The re- Los port was that John M. Parker would C. be selected to lead this movement Grei in the race for the Governorship. m>t Mr. Parker, however, has not an- D nounced his intentions yet. the It was said, however, that the into movement to establish Mr. Parker's beel candidacy is growing rapidly. the "Office holders vs. the people," is Mis: the way that Mr. Parker summed who up the situation yesterday. 'cup "Will you be a candidate for Gov- T 4 ernor ?" he was asked. first I haven't opened my mouth to a han soul." he answered. "I am simply beal attendng to my own business. samr "The situation as it is at present crag will eventually resolve itself down and to a contest between the officehold- the ers and the people of Louisiana. T lOficeholders are perfectly willing broi a to keep office and permit the people burn to vote as long as they blindly fol- his Ylow the old traditions. This policy, fror rt as clearly forecast by the trend, thei Id will be to continue all the present mai d. officers and to create more useless the ie ones for distribution." wel ht 'My personal belief is that the of t politicians of this State will have a was n' rude awakening when they find the in as people will demand economy and mu re efficiency instead of political pull stri rs and extravagance, often combined hat of with incompetency." sla' ho The State central committee was dec re called to met Oct. 5 by Chairman Horace Wilkinson yesterday to de- offi cide upon the calls for the State Id primary election. The Cosmopoli he tan Hotel will probablv be selected. ng -New Orleans.American. - Looking Backward; Planning Forward It is only in looking backward we can wisely plan for the future. The ne success of the past, in what ever line they may have been, and brought about by whatsoever circumstances, Su have taught us what to do and how ee. to act as well as what to avoid in .M. our future efforts along the same a . line. In like manner, our failure of _ the past year even more that our - successes, indelibly impress on our hearts and brains the warning: "Step carefully here" "Turn aside;'" "Go boldly,straight ahead,' "Turn neither to right nor left at this point." Be to influenced by no one-only be strong and fearless for the right and heaven will bless your efforts. These and many like will appear as warnings for our future conduct from contemplating last years mis takes. SAre you tired of that ramshackle bi - fence that unsightly weeds-grown i+ yard ? Plan to have the old fence away and a nice hedge in it's place; fo so have a garden glorious with flow- hi ers, and go to work on every body, as well as working yourself, for this to come to pass, And Lo! in a very Sshort time your dream will blossom into a lovely reality. Are you tired of dingy surround inkgs, a dull, colorless life for your self and those you love ? Just wake up, Paint is cheap; Laughter can be had for the wishing; Happiness is a cultivatable state of being of mind. Just he glad if for no other reasou, Why "Just because" It will certainly help to keep you well and lengthen your life, and beside make you a magnet, A joy to others. S. E. Ellzy Mrs. T J. Taylor and little son Frank Jr., left Thursday for a visit with relativesin Covington and New Orleans. A. N. Dobbs left Thursday for a business trip to New Orleans, Cov Sington and Talisbeek. BELIEVED MURDlth WAS IACT if JEALOUS MAN I Wealthy Lumberman And Former Wife Of Famous Band Master Dead e Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 23.-Police tonight abandoned the theory that 0' Marguerite Favar. actress, former e wife of Creatore, famous bandmas - ter, and later wedded to J. L h Thompkins, who killed himself in e- Los Angeles, Cal., was killed with J. Id C. Crowell, wealthy millman of it Greenwood, Miss., with robbery as a P. m )tive. - Detectives who are working on the case declare they have definite e ineormation that Miss Favar had s Ibeen hounded to her rendezvous in the Benham apartments with the is Mississippian by a former lover, d who lay in wait in the room oc cupied by the couple. The woman, they believe, was * first brained with a machinist'sT a hammer, and later Crowell was y beaten into insensibility with the same instrument. The jealousy it crazed man then set fire to the bed n and went to the window to see if 1- the way of escape was clear. the a. The detectives assert Crowell, an 19 brought to consciousness by the an le burns, attempted to grapple with 15 l- his assailant and his throat was cut i to v, from ear to ear in the struggle. This ce d, theory looks reasonable as the wo- Tli It man was found almost nude with ss the skull crushed from behind, Cro- Ca well in a like condition with marks an ie of the hammer blows on his head, = a was found several feet from the bed he in a pool of blood,, indicating he sp id must have gotten from the bed and fri Ill struggled after tbeing hit with the ed hammer and was then slain with a slash across the throat that almost gi as decapitated him. pl an On whom suspicion has fallen, ie le- officers would not say. d we City Clerk Bean transacted bus.- C; he ness in New Orleans Saturday. ht E. H. Ledoux, of Warneton, spent es, Sunday with Bogalusa friends. Ic in Walter Lee, of New Orleans, was ae Bogalusa visitor Friday. r Mrs. W Miller left Friday for aS visit with her mother in Zona. 'Go - her 0. B. Boyd made a business trip Be Varnado Friday. Mrs. George Blakslee, of Lees t Creek, spent Thursday in Bogalusa. n. Joe May returned Wednesday , after a visit with relatives in Colum. :kle bia. ne Mrs. P. E. Welch leh Thursday ie; for a visit with relatives in Brook ow haven. SDISTINCTIVE STYLES can The most beatuiful showing of Os Drs Gu~ ehs, SlCwrets, Lace, ther Shirtwaists, 1ews Dresm, Etc. and Ali t you. Your inspection is ae invited and your patronage so licited under the guarantee of hZy Satisfacti. Or Year Ieey Back son - Dreyfa us, Inc. The Store of Quality" Nothing Like It. If Don't Think So TL The Genuine i Its Refreshing, Inv and Healthy. t i 4, Bogalusa Coca-m Bottling r, * Phone 67 - OrYour, ...I. . STAES BECOME DELINOUEIT fo AFTER FRIDAY OCTOBER 15T B'Vi f NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the assessment roll is now complete and all City taxes remaining due e and unpaid on and after October h 15th., will be delinquent and subiect tto phnalty at the rate ot ten per s centum per annum. 1. This September 23rd., 1915. h J. K. Johnson, Commissioner of Accounts & Fiil Sances. d Miss Hazel Fowler, of Lees Creek, e spent Thursday with Bogalusa d friends. e a L. D. Roberts, many friends are st glad to know that he is back at his place of business, after being confin n, ed to his bed for the past few days. ) Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Lafferty left Wednesday for Baltimore. where I they Will visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. Holland left Fri. day for a visit with relatives in - Columbia nt W. A. Cosby and Jos. Herscher came up from New Orleans Saturday and spent the week end with C. S. Moss and family. as Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ragan left Sunday for Sunburst, North Carc lina, where they will make their home. Mrs. J. W. Harveston and child ren left Thursday for Brookhaven' where they will visit Mrs. Harves ees ton's father. I.'M. Furr. Mrs. S. L Diitmore left Wednes lay day for a visit with relatives in im Covington. Country Orders Wan, We know that this store is best prepared to supplY drug needs of the Parish. Besides having everytb. is to be found in a first class drug store you get here that is unequalled. Parcel Post Paid On out of to n orders. Orders are filled the seI they are received. Your prescription ill be compounded and contain only the purest, ingredients. LEAR'SDRUGSTO. "The Stu.e d Serie" ý lfij ii~ Miss Laura Reeves for her home in Norfeld I visiting relatives and",: Bogalusa. FE *When you FEED and fuII :you naturally A. S. Ai PHONE Has real medidnal p soothe the skin-eve . detest skin of the you FOR PRICKLY Ar CHAFING and i htisnnequaled. allaysirr Inosquito bites; reft eish S bth ; tine afttr shaving. Sderful antiseptie powder., ively p~rfuied. 15c at 1lhlltlntvt·tu od by rAI. P. CR1SIPcO.,Ltd., SOLD BY 'Williams BOGALUSA, S To Bulld Plans (or a burgalow are telnt B. Lindsley, presideat d ltgton Bank and enwill be erected In N s- within the next f*~I e ntacet will be let Bogalusa Building soelation and the hoU in oupied by' Mr. mother.