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You will agree that every responsible man should :i become independent- Then, if we give you the use of $4 00 of our money for every dollar paid by you, it must be a good proposition. This is not a money making proposition, nor that of a land company, but an offer on the part of a responsible lum ber firm whose sole interest is to have their lands put under cultivation. Write for full detailed information Great Southern Lumber Co. CUT-OVER LAND DEPARTMENT P. 0. Box 128 BuG(;:\L . - . - - Lt UISIANA I II Clearing Sale At M. Marx The Million Article Store, located on Columbia Street, have inaugurat ed a clearing sale at an opportune time for residents of Washint n Parish. 'This is the Se isu, of the year, when everyb dy k in the market for some one thinl or other, either for himself or as a gift, and this sale comiing at the time it does, makes it possible for the peo plie to make their money go a good deal further than at other times. Your dollar will go twice as far at this sale than heretofore + t.i- ++" --i :-t"":." " ++:: " : . + i'""" + "4-+ -+ ' H+44 ++-: THE CHRISTMAS GIFT Is Certain to Pleaseif it comes from here There is real satisfaction in Christmas giving when X you know that the gifts will he appreciated and when it carries the name of this store on the package you are assured that it will more than please because our name means, the highest class of merchandise, the latest styles and the best workman shit Make Sensible Gifts lIe'ially to the men. A few nice ties, the latest style + hat, a pair of stylish shoes, a few good shirts or a box of hose, are certain to please any main. A. K. Beall Company 4 WE SELL COAL And Guarantee 2,000 Lbs.toa TON Phone Your Order Ozone Ice Co. "THE HOME OF HONEST WEIGHT." .. dIJ OLDEST Agency in the city of NSURANCE Of every descrip- ASSETS Of companies which e oAniusra and om-A tion, including ideare overhe t - paailsa and con- boL, id in One Hundred Million Dollars. - Office 99 Residence 363. panies are the best - . Life, Fire and Accident. Vote Special Tax Thli special eley'tion held last week fir the lur;ýoe voting of a ýi mill ,P11 cial c'ho ol tax carried by a1i over wlhelIIIIi majority. A miieetinig of the ('oIIuIission Council was held [Thuri ay afternoon at whihh a re,.luticn was fasscd, authorizing the le' virig of the tax whi h will be available in a sho t time. Mr. and Mrs. R. Blanchard made a busines trip to New Orleans Thursday. R E KEATON A POPULAR CANDIDATE I FOR SHERIFF IS WELL PLEASED' Thanks Iriellnds for (o-operation (iven Ilim And \iss Ive~ry (itizen O( W\ashington IParish I 'hc 'omplimecnts O)f The Season R. E. heatoul was born in iWash ington Parish. January 10, 1873. i His early education was obtained in the schools here and later he attended the Nicholson High School in Hancock County. Miss. His early days were spent in farming and hauling timber to the sawmills at Pearlington. Miss., and Slidell, La. For a short time after this strenous work he was engaged ii 14 it [IS , I ix t Iý _c le ns, ___ -r ---I - in the mercantile business in Boga- to lusa, but that was long before the fic Magic City was anywhere near its lik present size. After losing his es- fa' tablishment through fire, he engag- th ed in the real estate business, which wi same line he has since followed. hl He was appointed register of th voters under Governor Blanchard's or administration, in which office he fit acquitted himself with great credit. pr W, B, ILB[IIT BUILDS UP A L FINE INSURANCE BUSINESS A man who may be justly proud Eof the succes he has made in the, Magic City, is W. B. Gilbert, the prominent insurance man, whose= offices are located in the Tate Build ing. Mr. Gilbert. since his advent to Bogalusa, has made a host of friends and through conciencious dealing with his clients, has built up a busi ness which ranks favorably with the foremost in this section. He represents some of the fore,' most companies in the country, and is in a position to write all kinds of' insurance, such as fire, accident. life, tornado and windstorm etc. He is also in a position to execute indemnity bonds at short notice. Just recently Mr. Gilbert was dp pointed as district manager for the Prudential Life Insurance Co.. one' of the oldest and strongest in the world. That the companies he represents, are reliable, is best attested by te fact, that after the recent storm, not one of his clients had cause for complaint in the matter of settle ment. No sooner had the damage been estimated, when W. B. (as he is best known) was on the jub, ar.d not one of his customers but what had aught but praise for him. Mr. Gilbert is a man who looks after the interests of his customers 9 as well as his own, and is one of the live wires of the Magic City In 1908 he was elected police juror of this parish. which office he now holds. Mr. Keaton now aspires to the I office o sheriff of Washington Par ish, and all must admit that he has conducted his campaign in a clean and upright manner. i In this connection, he wishes to r impress on the citizens of the par I ish, that he is under no obligations to any party and if elected to of fice will conduct it in a business' like manner, and will show special - favors to none. Mr. Keaton takes - this means as extending his best wishes to his many friends for a gladsome Yuletide, and also to f thank them in advance for any co s operation or support they may seem fit to extend him at the coming I primaries. SMrs. M. Albritten, of Huron Ave., spent Friday in Marston. Attention! You Men I The cold weather is here and Christmas is just around the corner. You will need aý new suit and furnishings and we want to advise you that Your Credit Is Good At this store and that by making a small payment down and a dollar or two each; week or pay day that we will sell you the suit and all your furnishings at prices lower than. cash stores ask you. Our Tailors Are Busy e Working day and night trying to catch up with the work, so don't wait until the last le minute to order your suit. A WHY PAY CASH---YOUR CREDIT'S GOOD or ;e HARRY THE TAILOR ks Columbia Street 'rs of tv ! SChristmas Gifts Your choosing will be easy if you come to "THE STORE OF SERVICE' Cigars For The Men Packed in boxes that show the Christmas spirit and the very brand that the friend smokes. Thats the satisfaction of purchasing your cigars here because we know his favorite Toilet Articles and Candies Every woman appreciates a few toilet articles and ý never gets too much good candy. This year we are better.. prepared than ever to suoply these gifts. LEAR'S DRUG STORE "The Store of Service" Austin Street Bogalusa, La.. t l-- . i S. Lacy Dickerson. formerly of this citv but now located in New Orleans, came up Thursday evening to visit friends and look after busi ness interests. Need Money? It is the function of a bank to lend money as well as to, receive it. No bank Droperly preforms its duty unless it lends' money in the community in upon which it thrives. Our mon ey is loaned to no special interests but to all who give proper securaties. To encourage and foster home industry is our endeavor,. we believe in encouraging home enterprises. When you need money come to this bank. You are just as welcome as a borrower as a depositor. Service you appreciate-We successfully serve 2000 pat= rons. I, _ -- - $1Starts a Savings Account We pay 3 percent interest 1$ $ . Washington Bank and Trust Co.. Angie--Franklinton--Bogalusa lýiamr. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Plummer of Kentucky, are the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Cyrus of Northwest Boga /lJusa.