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ICE DAYS HERE
and our mod:en plant has just been placed in perfect condition and vwe are prepared to supply you in any quantity of the best quality of ice evre produced. SERVICE GOOD? In case the service rendered by our drivers is not up to your standard we vill appreciate the fact if you will call our attention to it. Ozone Ice Co. "The Home of Hnest Weight" Telephone 59 ConstJtle Sale fio.}ulisit ,C('. l'!is ttJ..u lg '. (ýre; t r Southern Lumber ('o. v. .,.l.i-es I Patrick. No. 121 ' Please take noti,'e tint by virtu: of a writ of fieri facias, issued nit I of the above court in this (aue. I that on April 8, 1916, t beginninning at the hour of e!even o'clock a. in.. in front of the City Hall Bogalusa, Lui;iana, I will of ftr for sale and proceed to sell at public outcry to the last and highest bidder, the followinug described property, to-wit One Bay Horse Said sale to be made with benefit of appraisement and for cash to satisfy said writ and all costs of this suit. This the 20th day of March. 1916. J. R. KING;, 3-t (onstable. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Pierpoint and daughter. Juliet, sl)pent the wttck cud in New Orleans with elatin es. Mrs. Kregg Ilur-t of New I rlean-, ,viited Mrs. ('lturles I iur.,t, la1 t wtk. •~~ ~ -- c- iiii -MIIlll YOUR GROCERY In seler ing ayour ( > ni(t h n' it C()e I ,tore that handb . nthin, ,t ll ( Ii('l It ire'anst better u:;,i frett'r .6 , mi an i t tht itit , r it. You , _ t per, . 10 ,'re, t')! ROBINSON & ROBERTS N. B3ualusa-TI' \() Ti RES---W Side i Phliorie's 173 What 1 00 Will Do! You will agree that c~ery responsible man should become independent- Then, if we give you the use tof $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. ox 128 BOGALUSA - - - LOUISIANA Bogalusa and com- I I ANCE tion, including W . HA II ASST I Represent are over UN surance that P i' OLDEST Agency in the ci INSUR CE Of every idet scrip GILBERT of companies which NE e we PHONE ri ' panies are the best . - Life, Fire and Accident. - - . S * o LB Jne Hundred Mllion Dollars. - - Office 99 Residence 363. Auto Service A. Lears "Ti'.. Sore of Sersi&e viil rviid r t real servie in t :e aut, buhines". as Ln)lniet' ,Ik ke:in hi; stand inll fronit of tili; popular p!u'e. When you want t, hire: a car for a trip. t hour or by the diy. phon. Lears Drug Store, ;303, I:ite ni 'ht and e irly morning calls shihld be sent to) 119. Cardinal Gibbons Arrive Mt ight and cheerful as ev,(r and i apparently unchanged by the year, C irdinal Gibbons arrived Wednes day morning from Baltimore, on his annual visit to his brother. John T. it(Gibbons, of 2006 Canal street. and other relatives. Though a little f fatigued from the long railroad journey, he stepped from the Louis ville and Nashville train at 8 oclock .i more like a hale young man of sixty than a prelate of eight-two. Times Picayune. I Mrs. J. 1). Warren of Laurel, visit d ed Mrs. H. J. Poole, last week. Mrs. Loia Lewis returned after spending several sayv in Picayune K. with relatives. 0Y[A 2,000 SHIPS P HAVE BEEN SUNK Or ('alptured Since The 1l- .1 giinning Of The (Grcat IEuropean W'ar Wiashington, March 28 -The European war has taken from the ' seas more than 2,000 merchant ves- of sels of nearly 4,000,000 tonnage. at according to figures published today by the department of commerce. Germany with 600 vessels sunk, captured or detained, heads the list of losers. , Two hundred and twenty five of ) the 500 British vessels lost were sunk by submtrines. Grea, Britian's at allies; lost 167 ships. et Austria lost 80 and Turkey 124. b, The total of neutral losses is put at 73!;. but most of1' these were released after being reported captured. is Ninety-two neutral vessels have c l)een;i subnlariLed and .1 ,lunk by k mintcs Twenty-three hal\e Leen tr - ldam:, cd v subtnarines and mines. ofl fr cr RIO ----- ----- ----- ---- --- -- h! in Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Mizell spent al n Sunday in New Orleans. hi I' loratio Mitchell attended the li rs f ineral of Dr. J. N. Ball at Tyler- fe t .wn Friday. nt Mr. Warren Evans and daughter, t' of Tlalisheek, visited Miss Mary t' Mitchell this week. a J. I. Waller was a business visitor t' to Fraiiklinton Monday. st ad ar, Mrs. W. C. Bullock and danghttr t s. moved to Slidell this week. iis Miss Eflie Mathews and Mrs. J. J. T T. Babington spent Saturday in New nd Orleans. tle Mrs. J. I Waller attended the ad funeral of Dr. Ball at Tylertown is- Friday. C ck of Mr. and Mrs. H. E Rester and Miss b SLucy Wadsworth were guests of V Mrs. C. A. Mathews Saturday. c Miss Eva Mathews visited friends ;it- in Bogalus Monday. R. E. Talley was a Covington o visitor Sunday. r, ter Mliss Viola Dickey spent the week i ne end at Bush with homnefolks. \ The Je f Davis Highwav v It is excitingly gratify ing that the n lirt itmportant step has been taken It toward securini the Jeff Davis s Ilighlway for Tylertown and Walt- o hall country. The meeting at t Brookhaven last Friday rns dted in c a recoititendationi that the route ' ftr the highway be along the line j: of the llinis Central below ,Jack- c son a far south as Mlgnolia. thence - to TylertMown the route is vet to be . determined. There were several delegates fromn Tylertown represent Sin, the Progressive Lea.gue and the t.ow, and ctu nty at large, and onie of ths:;e Mr..1. ('. Ri!tnsc, was chosen t to represent \Waltihall conuty in any ( future iteetings of tite highway pr. I ject. It is not possible to estinimae t! et importance of this enterprise for1 Tylertown anid Watlall counity, andi there should be no diinitutioiti of our Interest or enthusiarn in the matter of piromoting our part of this program...Tylertown Times. Dance Mrs. E. A. Powers entertained Tuesday night in honor of Miss Mary Barbara Powers. Delicious refreshments were served and every one enjoyed themselves. Among those present were' Misses Wessie Easlev, Eloise Talley, Bertha Sim mons. Ida Wood, Willie.May White. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson. Messers Paul Leblanc Bert Starns, WV. M. Babington, Clyde Hamilton, Robert Magee, Robert Mason and Thos. - Copeland. PLEASANT TO SWEEP STATE BY OO00' -And Possibly FIigures Will Show Even A (Great cer Majority. e L. E. Thomas, Speaker of the e House, and of the leading Democrats of the state, predicts that Col. Pleas ant will be elected governor over J lo. M. Parker, Progressive candi d ite, by a majority of not less than 3 ),000. .Mr. Thomas has reports ;t f:om every parish in the state, and k lows the political situation. Fol-. lf )wing is his statement: S "My estimate is that Col. Pleas s ant, Democratic nominee for gov ernor, will defeat John M. Pairker by 30,000 votes in the general elec t tion, April 18; it may be more. d "If Parker will carry a single par ish in the Fourth, Fifth and Eighth e congrestional districts, I (1do not , know what one it is. On the con n trarv, Pleasant will carry every one of them, and lie will coime away 1 fromi these three North Lo.uisiana districts with not less than 1t,000 or 18.000 votes. "North of Red River there is hard- p ly enough Parker strength to talk ; t about, and what little support has been mustered for him by the old line republicans. Progressives and a - r_ few disgruntles is being rapidly dis p'lled. 'Only one thing needs to be done, r that is, to impress upon Democrats St'ie necessity of going to the polls a id voting. They do not regard >r the Parker candidacy of sufficient strength to have aroused their in r trest." W SYOUNCGE[D MEMBER OF NO TODIOUS JMESI CAN EXPIIE5 ie( n Lees Summit, Mo., March 22.... Cole Younger, famous outlaw of ss border days, but of late years, a de vout church attendant and peaceful citizen, died at his home here last night, after a lingering illness. He was 72 years old and unmarried. Cole Younger was one of the last n of the members of the notorious robber bands.that infested western k Missouri during, and after the Civil War. He was a member of the Quantrell band of guerrillas, and with his two brothers, took part with the "James Boys" in bank and . train robberies in Missouri and ie neighboring states that netted the n looters more than a hundrnd thou is sand dollars. Theleading members : It- of these bands are dead, some at : at the hands of the law, some by sui- : in cide, and others from natural causes. : te Younger,. after a long term. in the ne penitentiaryv, became a law abiding k- citizen. be )al Merchants Warned Again It he The oflicers of the Juvenile Court (e desires to warn the merchants again n tihat they must not sell cigarettes or the "maki.is" to minors. They -Y nhave issued several warnings here e tofore and announce that this will or be the last one, and that any one id found selling cigarettes or the of 'makins" to minors will be arrested. he __________ WAGONS Complete line of single ed ann double iss us THORNHILL ng wagons. Every wagon sie guaranteed to make good or I will. SAS, Anderson os. PHONE 247 Pleasant And Parker Sup. porters. Agre i refreshing and invigorating dripa tt wn it ----c that ,has no opposition. You get the gesth when you buy it in the bottles. Otn ms gy at the leading stores in Bogalus,. Bogalusa Coca.Cola Bottling Company Call it by it's Bon tlingComga t full name Phone 67 Bogaliu, la PAINITING, PAPER HANGIN All kinds of painting, kalsomine paper hanging or wood finishing work by experts at reasonable prices J. S. Kramer P. 0. Box 633 Phone 304 Don't lot that cough hung cn. Stop it before it goes too far. Heed the warning. Get GE - RAR - DY S LUNG BALSAM for coughs and colds, bronchitis, croup.whoo ing cough,lungandthroat troubles. At your druggists, in 25c bottles. Accept uo substitute. PHIL. P. CRESAP CO.. Ltd. New Orleans, La. IRELIEVE HATCLD Williams' Drug Store BOGALUSA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Undertakers and Embalmers Calls accepted anywhere PHONE 324 228 Austin S .·...,.++,.r... .:.... .. .;..i...... .*. .:..'..'. :.. Sweet Potato Seeds .: Famous Porto ...Rico Yams... °t For Prices, Write or Phone L. T. RICHARDSON . Phone 125 i· :: e 5· e e e ·Ct·~~-.·-~ I Its Spring Time at the Busy Store and you will enjoy visiting here and seeing the many new things for Spring and summer wear. A most cordial invitation is extended you to make a critical inspection without any obligation whatsoever to make a purchase. BROCK'S Austin Street - . Bogalusa, La. New Orleans Great Northern R.I.p Ternminal Station. Canal Stre New Orleans. LEAVES ARRIVE Daily, Except Sunday. - 7:05 a m Jackson. Columbia, Tvlertown Bo lusa, Folsom. Covington and intermediate points 4:20 p m Folsom. Columbia, Tylertown, lusa and intermediate points 61, 7:3 SUNDAY ONLY 7:35 a m Jackson, Columbia, Tylertown, B. lusa and intermediate points spa 6:00 p in Columbia, Tylertown, Bogalusa, Fd. som, Covington and intermediate points 1t1la Sunday Excursion 7:35 am Folsom, Covington, Abita Sai Mandeville, Lacombe. Forest Glei ai intermediate noints Siai LOCAL TIME TABLE. ARRIVES LEAIN North Bound :4 lm No. 2, rally except Sundalla New Orleans to Jackson 7:00 p m No. 4, Daily except Sunday :M)1 New Orleans to Columbia 10:35 a'm No. 12, Sunday only itSit New Orleans to Jackson 8:50 p m No. 8, Sunday only WS New Orleans to Columbia 40 6: a m No. 14, Daily except Sunday Tylertown to Bogalusa 3:40 p m No 16, Daily except Sunday Tylertown to Bogalusa 7:55 a m No. 18, Sunday only Tylertown to Bogalusa i 5:40 p m No. 20, Sunday only Tylertown to Bogalusa SOUTH BOUND 2:55 pm No. 1, Daily except Sunday 141#a Jackson to New Orleans 6:00 a m No. 3, Daily except Sunday 6:3lh Columbia to New Orleans 4.",) p m No. 11, Sunday only 5.p ,Jack'on to New Orleans 7.1) a m No. 7. Sunday only 79:41 SC,;um',ia to New Orleans No. 1:1 Daily except Sunday ,h1as B: .a!usa to Tylertown No. 15, L'ily except Sunday 6,2i) Boaalusa to Tylertown N,. 17, Sunday only, 10i01 BDa!usa to Tylertown No. 1'.1. Sunday only 1';l B:.ialusa to Tylertown For further informnation write tlc " agent, or MI. J. MIclahon, GeneralPt sanger Agent; G. B. Auburtin,, ant General Passenger Agent, Sid 905, Whitney-Central Bldg., New o leans, La. Long Distance Pbo ! Main 4SS.