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SWhen Your Ford
Gives You Trouble
Send it to our Garage. We maintain one of the best repair shops
to be found anywhere and we are always ready 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
It _ _ _
Iron In Log Strips Saw.
Vancouver, Wash.-l nbedded so
deeply in a log that the bark had
awn over it, a big horseshoe was
saJlmd in a log at the Beer sawmill,
k~grManor, recently. The saw was
iwipped of teeth by the shoe when
k struck. It i" believed by the
..mill men that the shoe was b
~ied to a tree by someone more
a century ago and that the
gradually grew around and
overed it with wood and tark. ti
Dance Well Attended (
Ihe dance which was given at the si
Tree Inn Friday evening by the I
usa baseball club was well fi
igded and all report a most en
le evening. te
Dlad Sdkwl To Ope. C'
dancing class for the married
will be opened tonorrow
at thePineTree Inob and
aotinue each Friday evening 6
.l the married folks of Bg
w h desire to dance. are pro
petatasters of te art.
gium will be held on Satur
l many one desiring Informa.
dg time and terms can S
ta-w e from the Pine TnelMn b
l Te OMw limd. i
a o boy, said to have been itl
dl, wlahaned .at , C
!aturiay: The ii weIghei b
ms and was charged
aulilog an 8 year old girl. '
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e hSale
ion Horse, Harness and
Apply to A. Scbrimp. Pleasw '
'Lt us get that fall suit ready
Sefth nim sralas yo are ping to awake and flid that
is tal to wear yar suer clothes s why not send
s mr last years suit aid let us rake it
Look Like New
Ye won't recogise it as the od snit when we et thrugh
with it. Te workmaship will e perfect, te ckt will
ast he ilnred and yeo will think you have a new slt.
One of our wagons pass your house daily
Bogalusa Laundry
j At Lency ia the city of. Ie IO Of evet ducrip. Of s.ea..au whik
u Bopls and com- I tiB, iGadlIB I ler lTSed ever, O T
p Me are the best Life, ire and Accident. . - - * Om adnd ilhm te . ,,
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S1 Young Bogalusa is going to be
' well represented at the Parish Fair
s at Franklinton on October 15, as
. well as the school children from all
parts of the Palish for this date will
be known at the big fair as School
Contest Day. Announ:ment has
• been made that there will be 500 or
more Bogalusa school children at-:.
tend the fair on this date and all
schools will be closed. On Friday
Oct. 15th, there will be literary.,
atheltic and art contests and it is i
a safe prediction to make that this
e will be the banner day of the big
I fair.
Prof Peters and the Bogalusa
teachers will show what the child
raen of the city of Bogalusa have ac
complished while the children from
the other schools will likewise en
tertain the crowds. It is expected1
that many parents will attend the i
fair on this date as well and this bhig
feature day is one that deserves the
hearty commendation of all.
Salk Il Sum
The Aaniversary Sale at Uncle t
I Sam's department store which will 1
Sbe brought to a close today ends one
of the most successful sales for many
months. "We were more than pleas
ed with the business and we except
the last day, Thurday, to be th
baaner day of thenthe sale,' said 4
Mr. Ells. "After Thursday we will
Sbe foced to sell everything at the 1
dolar prioe"
I Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Hamilton
spent the week end with Mrs. Hlmil
tons parents in Slidell.
Baton Rouue. .a.. Sept. 22.-In a
proclamation issued today, Gov. Hall F
named October 8 as Fire Prevention s
day ald cailed upon the people of b
the state to co-operate in the work o
o7 the fire marshal's oflice to prevent' [I
fire waste in Louisiana The people o
are asked to spend the day in a c
general "clean-up" campaign in the g
cities and towns. :Fire drills are E
suggested as an appropriate obser- t
vance of the day in the public b
schools. U
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The liberty bell will arrive in New
Orleans at 10 o'clock on the morn
ing of November 19, and will remain
on exhibition at the Union Station
for four hours and thirty minutes. I
Notice of the date and hour of ar- ¬
Srival was received by J. H. R. Par- I
sons, general passenger agent of the
Southern Pacific, the,line used in t
I carrying the great national relic in !
its long iourney back to Philadelphia, t
The bell is to leave San Francisco l
e November 14. s
ill Resolutions Of Respect.
ill -
ol Whereas the all wise Creator and
as the Masons God, in his, infinite1
or mercy and wisdom has been pleased
t- to remove from our midst-and from
il this trository existance to a state it
' of endless duration, W. S. Warren, a,
Y. member of Varnado, Lodge, No. 333
is F. & A M.
is And whereas the lodge has lost
ig one of its most worthy and faithful
ipembers, His family a devoted and
one affectionate husband and broth- f
d-'!ers and the community a good
I citizen,
I Therefore be it further resolved
"that we bow in humble submission
d to the will of him who knows. best'C
e in all things and extend our sympa
Sthy to the family in this sad time t
e their greivments and great loss,
Be it further resolved that a copy
of these resolutions be spread on
theminute books of our lodge, a
copy furnish the family, of our de
e ceased brother, anda copy tothe
1l local papers for publication.
e Respectfully,
y W. Green;
. J. M. Walker,
SJ. W. Seal,
SCommittee. I
id Adopted this 4th, day of Sept. 1918.1
I J.R. Fornes, Secretarvy.
e Varnado Lodge, No. S3, F. & A M.
et Fl Valhs.
m - I
The sale of fine furniture at ex*
Icedingly low pries which was in
auurted at Heiman Bros,. the well 8
known Columbia street furniture
dealers, resulted in many people
getting the best values in furniture
of theirlives. The sale willoontadnue
for three more weeksl and those who
need anything in the furniture line
should avail themselves of the op
portunity this progressive store
offers to furnish your home with s
everything you need.
Bys Flu lbiste
Brock and Co., well known North
Bogalusema merchants have purchased
a line National cash register which
was installed last week It is one
of the finest ever brought into the
ew Flttm. a
Berenson Bros.. progressive Co- a
lumbia street merchants, have
installed new fixtures which adds o
considerably to the appearance of
their fine store. n
SCrowle\, La., Sept. 2"2.--Jack :.
I Fisher, lightweight s\restler. after i
several wrestling matches with local .*
I boys in which he downed every :x
one, arranged for a match with one .
t' Doherty, at Jennings. Fisher gave !
out the tip that the match was a :
cinch and the Crowley sports could
go the limit for a full bag of win
nings, which they did. But the
tip went wrong, and the Crowley
bunch now claim it was "a frame
up," so that Fisher could make a
final pile. Crowley sports, it is
said, lost about $700.
If anyoqe has any doubts about
the growth of the city of Bogalusa
. they can be removed by an investi
gation of the schools of. the city
' for it has become necessary to
open two additional schools in order.
a to give the young Bogalusians the
a required amount of room or relieve
i. the congestion that had been in the E
o other schools. On Monday a new
school was started in the Sherman
building on Columbia street which
is in charge of Miss Leta Shaw,,of b
Lake Arthur, La Miss Shaw is a L
graduate of the L. S. N. 'and was
I highly recommended to Prof. Peters.
The attendance at the new school
was large and promises to keep the
high standard which has beep set
in all the city schools by Prof.
, How Abst i Seer ?
I They say that beer produces
Bright's disease; brandy ruins your
I kidneys; lurgundy brings on gout
and absinthe destroys the brain.
Now we all know typhoid and mal
aria lurk in soft water and tuber
telosis is in.milk. What inthe h-I
is a man going to drink.-Natchi
toches Times.
Mrs. Jessm Slmmons left, Sunday
for New Or(Mleas where she will spend
a month with her arents,
Edith and Ernestine Wood left
Monday to take C of the Ben's
J. C. Smith and son Vandeon of
Warnertoo motored down and speat
Suaday, with Mr. Smith's sister,
Mmrs. Nelson aimmons
Miss Carrie Bean returned toDog
I alusa Tuesda after an ext6nd
visit here with the Misses BabiPnton.
Little Tom Goodbee has been rlght
sick this week from an attack of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Allen, of Jack
ison, visited friends here Friday.
Miss Claudie Hood left Monday
for Dexter where she goes to take
charge of a music class for this ses*
Mrs. Coates, after a months visit
with her daughter, Mrs. W. J.Dunp,
lefttoday forher home in Dalla
Armadie Peterson, of Louisville
Ky., arrived Saturday for a short
visit with his aunt, Mrs. D. A Self
and other relatives.
D.M. Simpson, Manager of The
O. S. Armstrong Lumber Co., returL*
fed Monday from a visit to the Pana
ma Exposition.
Smake a mistake when you go to select youreW
SYou 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 ya.,
will appreciate as being the best values to be found anywhere.
Come look 'em over
Austin Straet - - " Bogalusa, .
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Misses Ellen and Ruth Babington
were week-end guests of Miss Carrie
Bean at Bogalusa.
Cards are out announcing the
birth, on Sept. 9th, of a son Joseph
Leslie. to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dupuy
_ Berenson Bros
OS ' L *O*, , , $4009's_
Young men naturally look for'
a lttle more snap and st1~i
in a shoe than some o
their elders. This Is
\ undoubtedly why so
manyof them buy my
shoes. W. L Doug
shoes for men are d
Stnctive, full of char,
actrd~f 1- .
'wat ome others db.
Wheniooldngforan a
Sthat will fit your foot
young busneOs "uand "
country. In faci the u haoothe
has l ;orthem thiet a t
in entsmfortahy ftated wtI
p e W r a h o e ,'te W
you Try a prtoday. W. L
Inteignt, Rbspousble fatuhaig lin, to
Great Southern Luber,
formerly of this ulace but now.
edat St. Francisville. Therer
host of friends here who ji
hearty congratulations of Mr ,
Mrs. Dupuy and best wishes fox,?
little fellow-Era Leader.

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