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:: DR. J. M. BRUMFIELD - Dentist-- _ *v HOURS 8 a. m. to 12 m. '. 1 to 5 p.m. 3. COMMISSARY BUILDING %..- %-----.-op''''%%- - ." --- DR. M. T. CAPPEL -- Dentist - Hours 8 a. m. to 12 m. -. " 1 tj 5p.m. COMMISSARY BUILDING Bridge Work a Specialty " DR. CLAVE E. GILL t DENTAL SURGEON Hours 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Nights and Sundays by • " appointmeut. :: Office Phone 108 i. Res. Phone, 185. ; Office over Washington Bank and Trust Co. " DR. J. N. BALL " PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Over Lears Drug Store DAY PHONE 300 NIGHT PHONE 41 Hours 9 to 10:30oa. m. 3 to 5 p.m. J. F. PIGOTT, X1. D. t Chronic Diseases and T General Practice Office at Lear's Drug Store I N. Bogalusa Phone 300 3 to 5 p. m. William's Drug Store Columbia St. Phone 97 1:30 to 3 p.m. Residence 403 La. Ave. Phone 229 0 O. W. ALFORD, 1. D. Phd . OFFICE UP STAIRS 'WEF . CITY DRUG STORE "i Bogalusa, La. t BOGALUSA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Undertakers and Embalmers Calls accepted anywhere PHONE 324 226 Austin St 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. Bogalusa---TWO STORES---West Side. Phones 61-173 Mrs. L L Webb returned Monday after a pleasant visit in the Crescent City. : C. ELLIS OTT . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office in the City Drug Store n. Building ::::: Upstairs. BOGALUSA, LA. A i SANDERS & SANDERS LAW OFFICES Washington Bank and Trust Building. BOGALUSA, LA. Will Practice in State and ' Federal Courts. 1. BENJ. M. MILLER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW J.I Office Over the Post Office A BOGALUSA, LA,. ' E.A. PIERCE, M. D. GENERAL PRACTICE " Hours 8 to 11 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. OFFICE IN WILLIAMS' DRUG STORE Columbia St. PHONE 97. Dr. Chas. F. Amacker t DENTAL SURGEON f Offers his professional services to the people of Bogalusa and vicinity. Office Upstairs Over CITY DRUG STORE N. Bogalusa. SWilliam Marvyn Johnson M.D. ÷ 4. "tF Practice Limited to Ear. Nose and Throat Office Hours: Lear's Drug Store. I SSundays. 10:00 a. m. to 4; p.m. G. F. POOLE Undertaker and Scientific Embalmer 116 Austin St. Phones; Day 21 Night 230 A full line of Caskets, Burial Robes and Burial Supplies of all kinds. Personal attention given to all funerals. 14++++++J__+--+-- ++J++9--9--+_-9+_+_)9_l -_ Mrs. J. P. Seats and little son, of Franklinton. visited Bogalusa friends Wednesday. ST, PAUL'S COLLEGE AITCOVINGTON, ONE OF THE BEST SCHOOLS OF ITS KING IN THE COUNTAl Situated in the heart of the Ozone Belt, known as one of the healthiest spots in the country, stands St. Paul's College, one of the finest and most up-to-date catholic educational institutions in the 11 I· south. St. Paul's College bears the re putation of being in a class by itself, for not only is the intellectu al welfare of the student here look ed after, but his moral and physical development as well, one of the salient features of this institution being its athletics. Several courses of instruction are 'given here, and graduates of St. Show Remains A Week Longer The Ed. C. Nutt Comedians, who played to capacity houses all last week, when they more than gave satisfaction, have remained over another week giving entirely new shows in the storm proof tent on Pleasant Hill. The company are composed of as good artists that ever visits a city of this size and if you have not seen any of the shows you are missing a rare treat. The prices of admission are 15 and 25 cents. THE MILLION ARTICLE STORE M. MARX Columbia St. Prop. BOGALUSA TELEPHONE 150 Evry thing. Fo r Evrybody The Best. at Lowest Prices GROCERIES A full, and complete stock, clean, fresh and of the best quality DRY GOODS A clean stock of ready to wear for every mem ber of the family SHOES Of live leather and Good year welt long wearing and comfortable BUILDING MATERIAL If you contemDlate erect ing a building of any kind or making repairs, you will find it to your interest to investigate the stock quality and service that this store renders. Sash, Doors, Transoms, Brick, Lime, Cement, Oils Paints Roofing Glass Etc FURNITURE The most complete stock to select from at lowest prices. FARM IMPLEMENTS A full line always on hand Agents for the famous John Deere Plows ALSO Electric and Plumbing Supplies, Hardware Prompt Attention given to Nail Orders '"We have it, Will get it, or it Is not made" Paul's College, are young men that are able to combat with the world in a manner that is worthy of the instructions they have received. The college is situated in an ideal place, being just far enough away from the centre of town, to lend an air of stateliness that must be seen to be appreciated. The terms are most reasonable considering what St. Paul's College really stands for, and any further information will be cheerfully given. Suppose you write the college to day and ask for their prospectus. Address St. Paul's College, Coving tton. La. LOUISIANA'S LUMBER KINl DIED AT MONROE LAST WEEK Monroe, La., Dec. 9.-Col. George Swartz, aged 77, millionaire lumber man, died this morning at a local sanitarium after an illness of about a week. While Col. Swartz's home was in St. Louis, he spent a large portion of his time here where he still retained large interests, al though he retired from the lumber business several years ago. Col. Swartz was a native of Ger many, having come to this country when he was 18 years old Child Dies Of Peumosnia Willie Hattaway Jr., the four year old son of Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Hattaway of Meridian, Miss., died Wednesday morning at the local hospital of Pneumonia. The re mains were sent to Olah. Miss., for interment. Political Announcements STATE SENATE 19th Dist. J. S. Settoon, Of Livingston Parish FOR REPRESENTATIVE T. E. Bennett M. B. Richardson FOR SHERIFF L. A. Brown R. E. Keaton J. C. Roberts T. J. Simmons J. E. Bateman E. D. Sheridan O. C. Strattman FOR ASSESSOR J. M. Byrd G. W. Magee Charles Varnado Simeon E. Morris CLERK OF COURT D. N. Magee M. A. Thigpen Carter C. Welch Robert Babington FOR CORONER Dr, O, W. Alford Dr. J. E. Pierce Dr. J. L. Brock PARISH TREASURER Dyson Booty . POLICE JURY, 4th WARDI) PL~dPew t. J.R.jLwfgItl,~~;~i ·:· : ~r. ·~ :·: Why Hot Enjoy Your SHome While Paying For· I furnish all material and labor and construi - a Is make repairs and and build additions to old bu a small percent of cash paid on completion and the to be paid on installments to suit your convenience. The plans and specifications will be furnishe( may select the kind of a house you want. I will" building insured and pay all premiums for same. Security bond furnished if required. This is a clean cut business propasitlon and wi.L ated on conservative principles and is designed to energeric person to own their own home. Also all kinds of construction by contract fromn $25,000.00 with security bond furnished, W. C. Tryon; GENERAL CONTRACTOR Telephone 179 P. O Box 736 LIVE WIRE BUSINESS FI - WHO WANT YOUR You will find it to your interest to watch these colum These firms will give you splendid values and good seg solicit your business on the above mentioned basis. When you want to drive To any part of the city or hire a rig for thoday and want good horses and nice rigs Phone 93, E. L. KNIGHT Maiks All Trail Sta.d At Cmnai'my DEMAND! MAASSEN'S ICE CREAM PHONE 48 HEADLEY'S - 4 RESTAURANT . OPEN ALL NIGHT * GOOD CCOKING SPLENDID SERVICE EUROPEAN HOTEL CLEAN, AIRY ROOMS --- 50 CENTS , HEADLEY'S + North Bogalusa Real Estate and Rentals T CHAS. WEBSTER Office N. Bogalusa Phone -- 426 THE GRUNEWALD LARGEST BEST NEWEST HOTEL. ROOMS WITHOUT BATH $1 UP ROOMS WITH BATH $2.50 UP. NEW ORLEANS, - ii LA. -ALA .Use ENTERP I. I -j DELICIOUS Only the best and at SOFT D The best dispenser here to mix any want. BLANCHA N. W. BOO0 Good deJelry at We are prepared amoney on jewelry be proud to wear. When you hate your eyes come equipment and FREE J.D. At Alford's ' GET IT AT W. G. Henry MILLINERY MENS INGS. : : : INSUR All KI "We Write It New Orle Underwriters GUY H. MALLAM. Come down asnd 1 "MODEL SUIT Makes a suit a Will show youe what your suit hke before it is STRUG "Tailors that Columbiae St.