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Get A VICTROLA
This Chirstmas A more acceptable gift cannot be found than these world renowned instruments and it is certain to please every mem ber of the family. The old folks will enjoy these good old song, you can hear the worlds greatest artists and a Victrola is just the thing to furnish music for the dance. $5.00 Down $1.00 per week and up. Make your selection early BOGALUSA MILL and SUPPLY COMPANY Jules LeBlanc spent the week in Columbia on business. E. L. Clay went to New Orleans Monday to attend the funeral of his father-in-law. Miss Rosa Burch returned to New Orleans Monday after visiting re latives here. John T. Block, of New Orleans, visited Mrs. T. J. Dimmitry this week. Mrs. N. R. Yarborough is visiting relatives in Tylertown and McComb City. Mrs. J. Hampton and little son Joseph are visiting relatives in Angie. Mrs. R. A. Irwin of New Orleans, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. B. King of Ave. C. M. L. Herr of New York, is visit ing Mr' and Mrs. N. R. Barnes o Ave. E Miss Beatrice Landry of White Castle, has accepted a position at the Bogalusa hospital. Mrs. J. M. Dyel, of Morgan City, and Mrs. C. L Dyel, of Iowa. visited Mrs. T. J. Dimmitry this week. Mr J. A. Lacourn and little daughter Fay are visiting Mrs. G. F. Thomas in Jackson this week. Buy Your Maxwell Car On Easy Payments And enjoy the car while you are paying for it. Maxwell cars are the sensation of the year and have real class, durability, and all the feattres of a more expensive car. Call and let us explain how easy it is to own one of these fine cars, BOGALUSA MILL AND SUPPLY COMPANY C. B. Ackermann. of New Orleans, spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs. J. D. Heaphv of Ave. D. Mrs. P. F. Rousset of Ave. D. was shopping in New Orleans Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Harry Marchiz and little son have returned from a visit with relatives and friends in New Orleans. P. A. Times of the Era Leader, came over from Franklinton Sun day and made a short visit with friends. Dr. McNeese of Angle, spent Sun day in Bogalusa as the guest of M. R. Dorsey, the well known Richard sontown merchant. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith and little daughter Mae left Tuesday for Hasford Fla., where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brumfield re turned to their home at Robert, La., Monday, after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Singleton of Columbia St. Mrs. A. A. Overstreet went to New Orleans Monday where she met a cousin whom she had not seen for several years, who is locat ed in Mexico. Mr and Mrs J E La Besse will leave next Thursday for Lake Charles where they will visit rel atives and friends during the holi Idays. BOIAUSAs MOST POPULAB TAILORS With master tailors, like the Rice Woolen Mills, located in Bogalusa, there is no reason why every man should not be well dressed. This concern has a reputation of making the best $15 suits known and if you did not know the price of the suits they make you would think that the tailor made suits that they turn out would not cost less than double the price. The variety of samples they carry embraces all that is new and correct and they employ only the best workmen so that when your measure is taken you can rest assured that it is going to fit. Messrs Bagley and Miller have built up a fine business and take l a , i painstaking cares to see that each and every customer is satisfied. The real winter weather will be here in a few more days and if you are in need of a new suit or overcoat you had better place the order with the Rice Woolen Mills now so that you will be prepared I for the cold weather. r In connection with the tailoring t establishment, they do cleaning and pressing that is hard to beat. Messrs. Bagley and Miller express . their wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all their Sfriends and patrons. ifiedi LOST-Brooch, crescent shape, bell in I center, with a small pearl. Reward if re- e turned to Mrs. C. Hurst, 302 Michigan Ave. Unfurnished Rooms for Light House keeping-all modern conveniences and Slocated in Northeast Bogalusa, Louisiana Ave. Phone 252 or apply E, A. Quick. POSIIION WANTED AS HOUSEKEEPER -For a widower, bachelor or aged couple. Best references. Mrs. L. P. Parker, Cotton port La. PIANO FOR SALE-in A.1 condition and will be sold at a rare bargain. Can be seen at 829 Ave. B. THE TWO PRETTIEST HOUSES in N, West Bogalusa for sale at $1800 each. One third cash, balance on easy terms. Address W. J. Landry, aton Rouge.,La. FOR SALE-Complete Scholarship in one of the best business colleges in the south Sacrifice if taken at once. Address 'Education" are Enterprise. FOUND:-Ladies kid glove with initials C. E. W, Owner can have same by call ing at Enterprise office. ATTENTIONMERCHANTS-Stenographer wants typewriting to do evenings. Will take your letters in shorthand ana bring them back neatly typewritten or will do all work at your store or office if you have machine. Address "Stenographer" care of Enterprise. In Order To Encourage The Liv Stock Industry In This Sectio We have in service registered Jack, Percheron Stallion, Registered Hereford Bulls and Regis tered Defender Duroc-Jersey Boar. And for sale, a limited number of Durod-Jersey Pigs- These. pigs are decendants of the Great Defender, a Worlds Prize Winner. All at a remarkable low price. For informatin, address, Bogue Chiub Slock Farm C0 Bogalusa, La. MIrs. Askitt-Martha, aid you go around and inquire how old Miss Kut tem was this morning? Her Maid-Yes'm. MIrs. Askitt-What did shi say? Her Maid-She said it was none of your business how old she was. IN THE FUTURE 4 1. 4K Hubby-Let's see, Tuesday after next is election day, isn't it? Wifey (who is chairman of the campaign committee)-We don't know yet. We haven't heard yet what will be the new styles in the ballots this season. HARD PROOF The Pessimist-What will convince me that this world is not a mere bub ble? The Optimist-Try falling out of an airship. IN JERSEY City Chap-Quite a few trees have their branches broken, I see. Had a bad storm, 1 reckon. The Countryman-No; that's where the mosquitoes were roosting laut summer. If Christmas W Next Week You would find that this store has gifts for all ily-gifts which are sensible and are ceftain to please a price that you are willing to pay. Come and make your selections early-early in early in the week, for less than 25 shopping days rei.pa. BROCK'S Austin Street - - Bogal R. H. Kennedy, of Clear Ia., is in the city looking over the numerous opportunities offered here, with a view of locating in this vicinity in the near future. W. E. Stewart, of the Albert Han son Lbr., Co., of Garden City, is here on a visit with his brother J. D., who is connected with the G. S. L. Co., in capacity of salesman in Canada. J. C. Valadie, who is now con Why take Chai Want Be sure of getting what you drinking Bottled Coca-Col. Io . of pure Coca-Cola Syrup and Artesian Water, with proper of carbonation. It is bottled strictest sanitary conditions, In proof, clean labrator.. Try a bottle and Be Con Bogalusa Coca* .1 Bottling Co Phone 67 : nected with the Sou sociation, spent Sunda. lusa and reports thatl with the special w doing. Mrs. T. J. Hale, Clark, of Jackson Miss._ in Bogalusa the last of visit her varents, Mr. Clark, of. Pleasant HiliL friends. Mrs. Hale early in the sqmer for relatives at Jackson and there. This is her ;rst since she became Mrs.