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Paul Levert spent the week end
in the Crescent City.
William Nelson spent Sunday in
New Orleans.
Miss Marie Murphy spent Sun
day in the Cresce. t City.
'. E. Baker, of the Bogalusa Stores,
spent Sunday in New Orleans.
,. A. Penton of Zona., was a visit
or to Boga'usa Cunday.
C Stafford, of Filihah La., was a
isitor to this City Thursday.
W, J. Ledoux spent Su-.day in
New Orleans.
Mr. and M.s. J. P. Starns and son
Carl spen, las' Sunday in New Or
leans.
J. T. Magee, of Sunny Hill La.,
was a h.isiness visitor ,o Bogalusa
Frida"-.
J. L:. Buyington and William
Smith spent Saturday and Sunday
in Zona.
Miss Minnie B eis, of Joneboro
La., is visiting her brother G. C.
Byers.
J. Vol Brock, of Franklinton,
transacted business in Bogalusa
Saturday.
J. B. Lindsley, President of the
Washington Bank & Trust Co., spent
the week end in New Orleans.
Miss Willie Mitchell, toll operator
of the telephone office, spent the
week end with friends at Columbi 2.
WHEN YOU
WANT THE
BEST
and that w;i:h is
most stylish and
popular, and at the
same time rant the
price to be
THE LOWEST
then it will pay you
to come to this store.
It might be a little
out of the way but
the difference in
oualitv anId price will
epay you.
DREYFUS
Richardsontown
ME!EaPi~n~smalancremiuma'"
N FiNEST LINE OF SAMPLES FOR
MEN'S SUITS EVER
are now on display at this store. This spring
is going to see some of the prettiest patterns
for men that was ever known and if your not
ready to select your spring suit it will be a
pleasure for you to see what is going to be
correct.
10,000 PATTERNS
of the choicest woolen, silks, Palm Beach and
Cravenette samples and if you are guided .by
any one of these samples you can't go wrong.
Call and see them.
A. K. Beall Company
1 r r P Y
Attention, Ladies! ,
I will be in your city for one
week oniy, ending Feb. 9th
carrying a complete line of
HUMAN HAIR GOODS
Fine Assortment. Lowest Prices.
Hair combings made by auto
matic machine into switches, ,
J. W. GREEN, Representing
B F Courtney Importing Co,,
OF NEW YORK CITY
Phone 417 and man will call at
your home.
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S. J. Watts left Saturday for
Beaumont Texas where he will visit
relatives and many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes, of
i Foxworth Miss., spent the week end
with Bogalusa friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. May and child
ren left Saturda; for a visit with
relatives at Morgantown Miss.
J, P. Woods left Monday for
Memphis Tenn., where he will spend
two weeks.
al
Mrs. J. L. Ford returned to her
hone in Angie after a pleasant visit
n with her brother W. Rawls.
Mrs. J. A. Pagett returned to her
home in Columbia Monday after a
o visit with her sister Mrs. B. C. Louis.
Mrs. 0. C. Moffett and children
left Sunday for a visit with relatives
a at Jackson
Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Thomas re
te turned to Sun Monday after staying
it a month in Bogalusa.
Mrs. J. M. Banister returned to her
>r home in Slidell Monday after a
e pleesant visit with Mr. and Mrs. A.
2. M. Cesario.
J. C. Mills, of the Bogalusa Coca
Cola Bottling Co.. has returned from
a two weeks business trip at Chat
tanooga, and other Tennessee cities.
Miss Myrtle Wood a popular
schoel teacher at Angie spent the
week end with her cousin Miss
Edith Wood.
M-s. G. C. Byers and little daugh
ter Maude Owen returned Saturday
after a pleasant visit with relatves
at Norwood La.
Mrs. J. E. Galiibreld and little
daughter Mildred, of Michigan Ave.,
left Saturday for a months visit
with her parents at Jackson Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo, R. Gatesand
Schildren left Monday for rNew Orleans
-where they were called to the bed-I
side of J T. Gates who is dangerous
lyv ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. J. E. Stockstill and Miss
iLula of Slidell, are visiting friends
here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Gill left Tues
day for a months visit with rela
r tives and friends al Norfield, Miss.
Mrs. J. F. Sumrall and little son, s
James, left Tuesday for a visit with v
relatives at Sumrall, Miss t
r
W. E. Farris, Gen. Mgr. of the N.
0. G. N..R. R., caine up from New v
Orleans to look after inrerests con- V
nected with his line,
S. Lacy Dickerson, formerly of
this city, but now manager of the F
New Orleans Underwriters, was in e
Bogalusa Tuesday, shaking hands
with his many friends,
Maurice Strug, of Strug Bros., left
Sunday for New York and other
eastern cities, where he will fur
chase stock for their Columbia
street store.
Mr. and MIrs. W. E. Carlisle and
little daughter Dorothy left Wedees
uay for Monticello Miss., where they
will attend a Golden Wedding an
r niversary of Mr. Carlisle parents.
Mr. and Mrs. George Potter, who
have been residing in Jackson Miss.,
r have returned to Bogalusa and will
t make this their future home. Mrs.
Potter was formerly Miss Francis
Garner, one of the popular Enter
r prise empioves.
a
SMr. and Mrs. Chas. M.M Wr,rnick
who have been spending their honey
moon in Southern cities returned to
s Bogalusa yesterday and will be at
home to friends on Columbia street
after March 1.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sullivan of
Buffalo, N. Y., father anu mother of
Mayor Sullivan, are expected to ar
rive in Bogalusa Saturday to make
a an extended visit. Both have made
a many friends on former visits who
will welcome them again to the
Magic City. i
a Entertains For Bride
One of the most delightful parties
of the season was given Monday
afternoon at the Pine Tree Inn
when Mesdames D. T. Cushing and
M. L. Weuscher entertained a large
number of friends at a bridge inl
honor of Mrs. Frank J. McNeil, of
Buffalo N. Y., who is here on her
Shoneymoon.
The parlors of the hotel were
Sbeautifully decorated with cut flow
ers and ferns for the occasion.
Mrs. M. Rykoski won the first
Sprize while Mrs. McNeil was award
Sed the guests prize. Following the
it games a dainty unch wvas served.
Parcel Post And Food Sale
The Ladies of the North West
1Bogalusa Sunday School will hold a
Sparcel post and feed sale in tne
SSchool House across frown the Coca
SCl;a planl, Sat, Feb. 12, commenc
ii: at 2 i m for the benefit of the
piiano fund, come and help a good
(icaulse. Refrciriients will beserved
i TOMIGHIT, TIIURS. FEB. 3
I Florence 'l'urrier arid Albert Cheval
:*: er in "1.v Old Dutch" 5 reels.
Frida, "Bride of the Nancy Lee"
2 reels and an Amrninated Weekly.
Y Saturday 4000 feet Bob Leonard
and Ella Hall in "Christmas Mem
i ories" and a one reel comedy.
. Sunday 4000 feet Eddie Lyons
and Lee Moran in a 2 reel comedy
'Where the Heather Blooms" and a
Sone reel drama, also a phota vaude
ville act.
Monday Ben Wilson and Dorothy
Phillips in "The Bach'lor's Xmas.
three reels.
STuesday Warren Kerrigan in
"The Widow's Secret" two reels and
ia Nestor comedy.
Wednesday ,Warren Kerrigan as
+i Terence O'Re'lke in "The Road to
SParadise" and an L-K. 0. comedy.
'i Next Thursday Henrietta Cross
.man in "The Suprem e Test" 5 reels.
Prefers Bogalusa
C. A. Wilcox who has served as
local Agent of the G. & S. I., R. R.,
since its construction until a few
i week's ago, called on acquaintance
the first of the week. His health is
recovered but he is not yet ready to
F. return to work preferring to spend a
v while with Bogalusa relatives. Mean
while the station is in efficient
hands, being ably looked after by
Agent H. L. Bass.-Columbian.
e FOR RENT-Large furnished room, south
ern exposure in North Bogalusa. With
or without hoard in private family. Pre
S fer two young gentlemen or refined couple
without children. Apply "Rooms" care
of Enterprise.
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A NGIlE
a
W. Nix of Bogalusa spent last
Sunday here visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Long have
v moved to Jamestown, Miss., where
- Mr. Long will be engaged in
s. the wood business
o E. F. McInnis and wife and Mrs.
1 Daughtry were visitors to Bogalusa
11 Monday.
S.
is L. W. Ford from Nott, and F. J.
r Ford of bush, were here last week
to cast their vote, returning to their
work Wednesday.
V Mr. and Mrs. F. N. K. Adams, W.
o J. Daniel, Mrs. W. P. Fornea, Mrs.
t Rawls and J. W. Crain, were recent
visitors to Bogalusa.
Warren Ball went to Columbia,
Miss., Thursday, for a short stay.
Mr. Ball is not in very good health
r- and his friends hope that the visit
we will prove benefical to him,
Le
1 Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lampton
spent a couple of days shopping in
New Orleans recently.
E. F. McInnis has finished with
his mill building near Bush, and
s has accepted a position in Poplar
y vil' , Miss., fcr the present.
Sfining Co.. was on our streets recent
f ly in the interest of his company.
r F. M. Sault"r made a short tt~p
.e to St. Paul, Miss., Wednesday.
SW. J. Kemn of Columbia, Miss., F
t was here Tuesday to cast his vote. t
. Mr. Kemp was formerlh in the mer
e cantile busiless here but gave it up
, to take the management of the G.
S. L. turpentiner camp just east of
Columbia.
st Miss Ella Seals of Twin, Miss., re
a centlv spent several days iere with
Sfriends.
:a Miss Ethel Pope spent the week
c- end with relatives in columbia.
)d
?d D. W. Duncan took the early
morning train to New Orleans on
Saturday, where he went to place
hi. young son in the hospital for an I
SopIeration.
Misses Agnes an, Myrtle Wood
and Maxie Stacey, popular school I
a1. eachers here, spent Saturday in
Bogalusa.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, school
l'. teachers out near Pine, were in
rd town Saturday, Mrs. John~on going
n- to Wanilla,Miss., where she will
spend the week-end with relatives.
ns -
dy Miss ByrdieThompson and her
a brother, Roy, went to Cclumbia
le- Saturday where they will spend a
couple of days with friends.
hyj
as. Miss Ola Scarborough, who is
teaching school near Sun. is at
Sbome here with her parents for a
nd few days.
H. b. Lampton and W. M. Magee
as are both setting out some orange
to trees on their property here. The
trees are mostly of the Satsuma
ss- variety and were purchased at
ls. Pascagoula, Miss,, and Bon Ami, La.
ORDER YO
FISH '
AND
Oysters
From This Store
FRIDAY
On each Friday we receive a large
shipment of the choicest oysters and
fish the market affords. In order
that we can make prompt deliveries
we suggest that you
PHONE YOUR ORDER NOW.
Don't overlook the fact that the:
best meats in Bogalusa are toe.:·
had here at the same prices you pay°
for the ordinary kind.
Bogalusa Stores ,
Mrs. H. J. Land of Varnado, was
on our streets Saturday shopping.
Robt. Pope and wife, and W. W.
Warner took in the sights at New
Orleans last Sunday.
Rev. S. W Bowman of Baton
Rouge, presiding elder of this dis
trict, and F. N. Sweeny of Franklin
ton, Pastor of the Methodist church
here. conducted quarterly m"ting
at this point Saturdas.
Misses Della Fornea and Zoe
Pope took the nigLt train for Fox
worth, Miss., Saturday, where they
i went to attend the Sunday School
Rally which was held there on the
30th.
ý- ~ DA
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Every woman wants a beautiful complexion. If you have
our beautifiers will help you to keep it, if you haven't 0oe,
our beautifiers. They will restore a healthy glow to your
and make your complexion soft, smoothe and clear.
Come in any time. Our experience and advice is
your service free.
Williams' Drug Stor
PHONE 97 COLUMBA
Earl Shay was a Bogala S
last Saturday.
R. Smith, wife, children.
mother drove down to Va
Sunday, where they went to
the Woodmens unveiling ait
point.
Misses Ola Scarborough,:
Kennedy, Sophie Pope, Ethbel
Eunice Ball, Agnes Wood,
Stacey, Myrtle Wood, M.:
IFord, wife and daughter,
Hood, Mike Ball, Willie
0. L. McMillan, and Mrs F. P
ron and children atteaded the
day Scho"l Rally at Fo
Miss., last Sunday and all
a splendid meeting.

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