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Bogalusa enterprise. (Bogalusa, La.) 1914-1918, December 16, 1915, Image 3

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A Genuine Clearing
From December 15, 1915 to January 1, 1916
Backed up by my reputation in business in this state for the last 22 years,
(9 years in Bogalusa.) No red tape but absolutely the truth. Come and
get the greatest values just in the season of the year when you need mer
chandise most. Note the prices below.
Bargains In Every Department
Clothing Department Shoe Department
Men's Suits, 12.50 and 15.00 values, 8.90 Florsheims $5 and $6 Shoes, . 4.25
Pants, mens and youths, 33 per cent. off Benchmade $4 Shoes, . . 3.25
Roxbury's 3.50 Shoes, . . 2.75
Special Prices in boys Suits, sizes Ladies and Children Shoes at very low prices
3 to 18,. . . 1.50 to 5.00
Knickerbocker Pants, sizes 4 to DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
18, going at . . 35C Ladies Coats at 4.98; 8.98, I
Children's Coats at 1.28, 2.00
High grade Knee Pants at very reduced 75c Serge at . . . 4u
20c Plaids at 12 1.2c
prices. 2c Poplins .. . Oc
10 Flannelettes . . 8
Children Overcoats at rockbottom prices. Ginghams . . . 6c and 8c
All our 1.50, 2.00 and 2.50 Hats going at 1.00.
Special Bargains in Ladies Skirts, 1.50 up
Three Specials In Grocery Department
Best Patent Flour, 17 Pounds SUGAR Best Honduras Head
1-2 bbl sack for Rice, per pound
3.25 1.00 6c
Sale Dates, December 15, 1915 to January 1, 1916
The Million . Article
M. MARX, Proprietor S to re COLUMBIA STREET
Bogalusa, - - Louisiana
Speaks A t Franklinton
MondaV Evening De
cenmber 27th
Attorney General Pleasant will
Viit Washington Parish in a few
Iys, when he will make many
Sldresses at the various towns. Mr.
PIeasat will make an add ress at the
. M. C. A.. on the evening of Tues
SDec. 28th which promises to be
one of the most enthusiastic politic
al meetings ever held in the history
of Bogalusa. Arrangements are
being made to see that nothing is
left undone to make the meeting a
memorial one. On Monday night
at 8 o'clock at the Court House in
Franklinton. Mr. Pleasant will make
his other night address. He will
visit most of the towns in the par
ish and the dates and time will be
announced in next weeks issue of
the Enterprise.
Johnson In City
Hon. Delos R. Johnson, candidate
1 for the Senator of this district, spent
a few days in Bogalusa shaking
r hands with his many friends and
visiting his brothers J. K. and Jesse
Johnson. Mr. Johnson has made a
great record in the Lower House and
t his friends in Bogalusa are of the
opinion that he will be elected to
the Senate by the greatest majority
I of any candidate in the history of
the district.
Great Holiday Sale
The shrewd shoppers of Bogalusa
I always look forward to a sale when
given by Brock and Co., and this
week they announce a great Holi
day Sale which they state will
eclipse any sale eer gave before,
from a standpoint of values and
seasonable merchandise. They have
secured extra salespeople to look
after the crowd and attention is
called fo their advertisement in
this issue.
Card of Thauks
We desire to express to the good
people of Bogalusa, our sincere
thanks for their kindness and help
!to our dear brother and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Ball, during the recent
illness and death of our brother.
Such kindness will never be for
Dr. J. N. Ball, Brothers and Sister.
Extra Choice
Ones At Very
Low Prices
A. S. Anderson
IHaffles The Police Of That
('ity-Idenity Of Victim
New Orleans. Dec. 10.-Efforts of
the police and detectives to estab
ish the identity or positively deter,
mine whether the young woman
who was found badly charred ui
the vard of Frank Vatter1 1.2r
Third street, Thursday morning, wa"
murdered or committed suicide,
were fruitless up to a late hour
Thursday night.
At 6:30 o'clock Thursday morn
ing Leon Fontaine, a milkman, liv
ing at 2409 Havana street, stopDed
his wagon in front of the Vatter
home and walked along the flagged
walk on the woods side of the
house between the lawn and the
house. About thirty feet from the
Third street fence, between two
wings of the house, Fontaine saw
lying on the walk the body in the
shape of a half-moon, the head
pointing toward the lawn.
Fontaine immediately went to
the rear of the house and called the
cook. Annie Brohn, who notified
Mr. Vatter of the discovery. Mr.
Vatter notified the police.
When the police arrived a half
burned match and an empty bottle
which had contained Sanax disin
fectant, were found near the body.
The bottle bore a Wendt's pharma
cy label.
The girl was wearing a blue skirt,
black voile waist, red sweater, tan
stockings and black button shoes,
the last button on both shoes being
missing. The sweater was burned
budly, as were the waist, skirt and
under clothing. The ssok,; and
shoes were not damaged by fire.
After an examination of the spot
where the body was found and of
the body itself, Coroner O'Hara de
dared he believed the girl had
committed suicide.
Gea. Wright will spend the holi
days with relatives and friends in
Roy, the son of Mr. and Mrs. G.
G. Timberlake, who was ill for' the
past few days, is reported as greatly
Mrs. Monroe Harvey, of Oklahoma
City. spent a few days with her
neice, Mrs. Nancy Zimmerman, last
Miss L. L. Williams and little son
Herbert, of Ave. B., spent Thursday
with relatives at Bush.
Don't lot that .
couh hng on. Stop
it before it goes too far.
Beed th3 waruing. Get
for coughs and colds, bronehitis,
troubles. At our drugai,,s, In2C00
bottles. Accep: uo substituIe.
niL. P.CREtSAPCO., w.
. Naew Orlses, La.
Williams Drug Store
Can be selected easily and
will be appreciated if they
come from
Pleasant Hill

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