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SALE IN ce Full Blast iR New Spring Merchan dise going at prices of others will offer next fri falll.ar if " HURRY ' a Berenson Bros. FR H a YOUR a a INSPECTION INVITED Ss The Store of Quality is ready v to supply all that is new and correct for Spring and s Summer r Wear I DREYFUS INC. GOT YOUR RANGE? Better Hurry! 10 Months to Pay For It SROGER'S 1 Its For the Home Roger's Has It" Make Repairs NOW Lumber is going up. Labor is going to cost more. Good weather prevails and a build ing boom will soon be here. Don't wait another day. Phone or address W. C. TRYON TELEPHONE 179 - " " • • •s • s-s--A 68 -6 ..,,,,, ~ c J. ...r • . e..-o-s --€-6- --6-ss-@-o - ROOSEVELT TO BE NOMINATED HUGHES PREDICTED TO QUIT New York. March 20.... With the Republican national conventifn just 78 days off, the Republicans in their quest for a candidate to pit against 01 Woodrow Wilson are in greater un- th certainty than ever At this time it would appear that the ReDubli cans will choose between Justice D Charles S. Hughes and Theodore la Roosevelt. The leaders have given up hope of obtaining any definite statement from Justice Hughes, and many tt are proceeding on the theory that he intends to accept the nomination if it comes to him as a unanimous call of his party. fr If he declines at the last moment, si and a great many politicians R believe he will....there will no doubt al be one of the wildest scrambles ever seen in a national convention. Politicians with sporting proclivi- V ties are already offering bets that C Roosevelt will be the nominee if U Hughes steps aside, He may be anyhow, He is unquIestionably the F fly in the "bosses" ointment. Some i of them facetiously say that he is . a Bull Moose in their ointment and a little fly, is bad enough. Hie will return .rom his West In dian journey this week, if his steam e ship arrives on time. He will find conditions changed somewhat since he started away i six weeks ago. He intended they should be, Two months ago the Republican "bosses" declared there was not the slightest chance of Roosevelt winning the nomination. Some of them still say so. Others say that the "peculiar conditions" now existing throughout the world may create a demand for Roosevelt. Mr. and Mrs. H. Gr eenburg, spent _ Sundavy with their many New Or leans friends, Shaping of a Career. In 1834, Lord Melbourne, then still home secretary in the reform cabinet, and Disraeli, a beaten candidate for parliament, were talking together after dinner, and the typical British peer, the friend of Victoria, was at tracted by the cleverness of the He brew aspirant. "Lord Melbourne," as Disraeli told the story, which is con firmed by Melbourne's biographer, "asked how he could advance me in life, and half proposed that I should be Shis private secretary, inquiring what I my object in' life might be. 'To be pri me minister.'" The condescending W\hig tried gently to argue the young man out of what must have seemed to Shim pure infatuation; but he did not . forget the remark. When, in 1848, as I an old man, he learned of l)israeli's Ssuccess in parliament, he was heard to exclaim: "By God: the fellow will do it yet."--Paul E. Moore, in the At lantic. Ways of the Hcpper. "Do you know," says the Mankoto Advocate, "a feller tried to make us believe the other day that a visitation of grasshoppers such as we had in 1874 wouldn't do much harm now, as 8 there is so much vegetation they Scouldn't eat it all'? When a man talks that way we Know he never took the grassholper degree. \Why, if the corn had betn 15 teet hign on every acre in the county when those hungry It migrants lit (town they'd eaten it S clean, lick(d the platter and kissed the cook btore noon the next ?ay. i ~ansas C(itv S,';'' PERSONALP r Thos. D. Copeland, of the New t Orleans Underwriters Agency, spent . the week end in New Orleans. Wi Mrs. F. M. Tarut and Mrs. V. E. SDimel were New Orleans visitors last week. we Th a Dudley Hannogriff, who has been working in Port Arthur, Tex., spent H t the week end with his mother, s John Hyde returned home Friday from Tangipahoa, and is at the bed- M, side of his daughter, Mrs. W. W. Pu s Ricks, who is very ill in the hospit- co t al. Miss Camille Stream of Crozet, ch i- Va. has been visiting Miss Esther the Cooley, at the Pine Tree Inn. to if - -ink e Mrs. J. A. Lacour and daughter, e Fay, returned Thursday to their e home in Jackson, Miss., after visit s ing Mrs. G. E. Thomas. an . rs. S. W. Welsh, of Angie, visit el Mrs. W. Crain, last week. ar Ssi( d Mrs.S. L. Flyn of Marsden, was V in Bogalusa Thursday. B( 'e Arthur Branch, and family visit- sF re ed Mrs. A. L. Breeland last week. o Dr. J. A. Walter of Punxutanney, rs Pa., and Miss Lucile Robinson of Philadelphia, were in Bogalusa Friday. Mrs. Frank Kentzel of Meridian, ;nt Miss.. visited F. Poole and family last week. H. E. Gayer, a well known attor :;l ney of Franklinton, transacted busi et, ness here Friday. or er ash Mrs. George Powell and sons, at- Emnmet and Lawrence, left Thurs as day for Picayune where they will sn- spend the summer. er, be Misses Kibbie and Margaret at Cottrell spent the week end in Ty be lrtown. ing Ing to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sample and ot ,s sn, Oren, have gone to make their ii's hme in Laurel. Ird At Mr. and Mrs. M. Fellman have returnedto their home in Plaque mine after a pleasant visit with oto their daughter, Mrs. Maurice Hei us man. in as Miss Myrtle Brumfield of Frank ley' Inton, was in Bogalusa Friday. ok the Mrs. Peyton Readmrnan ofJackson, ry has returned home after visiting It her Father, H. N. Simmons, J. S. Dimitery, Traveling Passen - ger Agent of the Frisco lines, with +i headquarters in Houston, Texas, ar + rived in Bogalusa Friday evening *to make a short visit with his Smother, Mrs. T. J. Dimitery, SJ. B. Purvis, the hustling insur unce agent, transacted business in New Orleans Friday, Nathan Levin, who underwent an operation several weeks ago, and is not improving as he should, has gone to Covington where he will take a two week's rest. Maurice Heiman spent Thursday in New Orleans. Miss Corrine Byrd of Rio, was in Bogalusa Wedneseav and Thursday. Mrs. J. M. Staples and children, of Columbia, were in Bogalusa Wed nesday with friends. Miss Lena LeBlane has returned to her home in Raceland, after an extended visit with Mrs. W. J .. Burbach. Mrs. Dyson Booty spent the week end in Mt. Herman with her sister, Mrs. Joe Goings. Miss Ophelia Pope spent Sunday in New Orleans with her brother, Wilbur Pope. Errol Trische and' Otto Burris went to New Orleans Sunday to see The Birth of The Nation. Misses Janie, Clara and Florence Humble were week end guests of Mrs. Willie Alford at Elitown, . The Filah school will close Friday, March, 24th, with a picnic and publie speaking in the day and a concert at night. A full attendance of the Baptist church membership is requested for the first Sunday in April as this is to be the quarterly business meet ing. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Magee and little son, of Spring Hill, spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bateman. Mrs. Joe N. Magee spent Thursday and Friday in Bogalusa at the bed side of her father, C. A. Jenkins, SWho underwent an operation in the Bogalusa Hospital last week and who is reported as getting along splendidly now. Dr. T. F. Tynes, late of Amite City, MODEL SHOE STORE e exquisitevra ao as S or Sprin h1av Q ) s m a oo1'r1 Jis `. M s and receive .woms irhas neverbeen a season t1o that has bQan fnled so full of 2 Schan s in shoe styles as the I seems as ou h t l so I © twihcns th " white ivory of fame has been irected owars s soQS. les.Ie iffr siru ein i iuropQ hlas driven American ma. ufacturers to assumenlade larshi in the crea ion of syl te s,anj > hav, slown marvelouslw the i1r / ngability o assume ke resonsbili S rftunately for lovers o fre footwear, skirfs fobe in vo.u, must be ten inches foom thioe + Gd to Se. (o n oeseen. u 1uwill want to see e authenfti el Styles because of their fame ay of the seasonsO as ssladeis ATENT in an4 it is our plasure to annoUle colt, four Safuldisp~laan our read button open 1s a Owork. Turn n1 _o bhnorw1d Wi a Lois 4 .00 SV0oHyou to insfpect. heel THERE is no argument to the question. Anyone in Bogalusa will tell you that the place where you get the BEST ICE CREAM Choicest Iced Drinks With COURTEOUS SERVICE e if is here. One visit to "The Store of Service will convince you, if you have never visited this d place---the meeting place of Bogalusa. aYOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME :i Lear's Drug Store is "The Store of Service" I ---- ---- --- ---- with his son, have come into our midst to practice their profession and have opened Dental Parlors. Era Leader. Building Is Active Building in Bogalusa continues to be brisk, and a great progress is be ing made on the buildings now in the course of construction. It is expected that seveal new contracts will be let within the next two weeks. North Bogalusa is enjoying the greatest building boom,. but plans are being prepared for build ings in Northwest Bogalusa and Columbia street. Gives Team Cake Mrs. J. P. Starnes presented the High School basket ball team with a fine cake as a reward for their great plaving last Saturday night. The members of the team appre ciated the cake, and the interest Mrs. Starnes has taken to assist the boys to victory, and they take this means of thanking her.