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"1 Si ti THIS store makes a specialty of the finer points of men's wear. You will not be sorry ` tobe reminded of Stetsons. At this time especially--when Spring hints strongly of a new Soft hat or Feather weight Derby. Our selection of Spring Stetsons is remarkably complete in block and color. A. K. BEALL COMPANY THERE is rio argument to the question. 1 Anyone in Bogalusa will tell you that the place where you get the BEST ICE CREAM Choicest Iced Drinks -- With - -- COURTEOUS SERVICE is here. One visit to "The Store of Service will convince you, if you have never visited this place---the meeting place of Bogalusa. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Lear's Drug Store "The Store of Service" LET US (GET YOUR Palm Beach Suit Ready Now You'll Need Them in a Few Days Bogalusa Lamidry "EVERYTI'iING BACK BUT TIlE DIRT" 017011 r t a's n~o ow; or 'Y e ~n Give Nice Dance Anumber of yvunrl men of Bo bIusagave a dan e to their f-iend at tile Pin:e Tree i iin ~lat Wednes day evt.eni:2 aid a: greatyiv enjoy ed. A t''.oreId r-chestra from New Orleans furniished the music. EVEDYBODY BUSY AND CI BAPPY UP AT ANGIE 1 Ilusiness lIetter,NeSw Farm- O ers ILocating in That Section. If Bogalusa is to be a manufac turing center, then it is safe to vi predict that Angie is going to be ar the center of the farmers of this in section of the parish, During the h, past few months there have been M several new farmers located in that vicinity. All of the land around m Angie is well adapted for farming, and many of the best farms in this tl section of the state are located there. Lands are being cleared a, every day, and just now the farm- H ers are busy with the planting di season, and if cotton remains at a to good price. Angie is going to be at very prosperous this fall, as much at cotton is being planted. at Business there has been improv- , ing for the past several months. al W. I. Daniels, cashier of the Wash- h ington Bank & Trust Co.. reports to that deposits are increasing while W. M. Magee, J. B. Slade and Dr. Warner report brisk business. The stores of C. R. Pope and Daniel and! Co, are doing an increased business with indications that business in every line there will steadily in- s( crease. d 'h GASOLINE WILL BE MADE OF SAOUSTl At 15 ('eits A (allin If (Gverinmenit IExperts Plns arc Feasible I Maison, Wi, Apr. 2....A process has been discovered at the Federal s Forests Products Laboratory by which a successful substitute tor gasoline can be made from sawdust at a cost of between 13 and 15 cents a gallon. Director Howard F. Weiss., of the laboratory has just made.public the discovery which he believes will revolutionize the gasoline industry. The new product is made from alco- ' hol products from wood, and it is . claimed to be near 100 per cent pure. It is secured from northern Wisconsin and Michigan hemlockI and hardwood by the distillation of refuse. ROOSE!ELT AND BRYAN IN N NEW ORLDENS NEXT WEEKK1 William Jennings Bryan, promi nent for years in national politics, and shown to recent fame as the outspoker enemy of preparedness, will be one of the principal soeak Sers at the Southern Conference of .Education and Industry, to be held in New Orleans April 16 to 20 in Sclusive, and it he can so arrange his schedule to meet the occasion, Col. TiteoJdore Roosevelt also will attend to make the session notable. ....Tinmes-Picavuie. Farmer Loses Mind Jno. Green, age abaut thirty-five, and a well to do farmer residing about six miles west of Angie lost his minid last Thursday. He made do at:ermupt at violance and discuss ed the matter with his physician and said that while he knew that hie was acting queer, that he did ;not have the power to overcome what he termed the "influence." He atteiimpted to put on ladies wear i:g appidrel and walk to Varnado. His many frienls hope that medi cal attentioni wii restore him to his mind. Home Grown Strawberries For the past several days home Sgrown strawberries have been en juved by several Bogalusa families and amoee the finest grown were .s thuse by W. B. Gilbert. During the v next few days he will have many w ripe which hlie will place on the local market. CON DESSMAN ASELL COMINO NEXT FRIDAY One Of States Most Gifted Orators To Visit Wash ington Parish Washington Parish is to have a visit from Congressmean Aswell and the announcement of his coin ing will be hailed with delight by hundreds throughout the parish. Mr. Aswell is known as one of the most eloquent orators of the South and it is needless to say that he will be greeted by large crowds at the three places he speaks in this parish, Mt. Herman, Franklinton and Bogalusa. He will speak at Mt. Herman at 1030 or 11 o'clock Fri day morning and from there will go to Franklinton where he will speak at one o'clock. He will then visit the Magic City and will make an address at the Y. M. C. A at 8 o'clock. Every citizen of Bog alusa is extended an invitation to hear his address and you are certain to enjoy it regardless of your political affiliations. Graham Youth Dead Reese Graham, aged eleven years. son of J. T. Graham, of Foxworth, wl died of aependicitis in the Bogalusa hE hospital Wednesday. The remains th were sent to Foxworth where the L funeral services were conducted. - -- th FRANKLINTON dc S-- " - I cin Mrs. Joe N. Magee is confined to hi her bed this week with fever. Miss Ella Faust of New Orleans, a 1 spent Sunday here with her sister, Mrs. Dyson Booty. c Mrs. L. W. McDougall, of Folsom, spent the first of the week with her sister, Mrs. J. L. Brock. M1 is-es Willie Mae Jones and i5 Clara Humble attended the closing g exercises of the Mt. Point School on 0 , Friday last. h SMr. and Mrs. J. D. Kerr are the Shappy parents of a third boy who fwas born to them at Brookhaven on Thursday morning. March 25th. Little Josephine, the two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. SBurris, has been quite sick for the past ten days, but is improving now. e Robert Babington of Covington, , came up Saturday ,light to be with his family and remained over the f firstof the week to attend court. SThere were 2339 bales of cotton ginned in Washington Parish count ' ing round as half bales, from the I crop of 1915 as compared with 2843 bales from the crop of 1914. A. J. Johnson, who has been spending the winter in Carrniza, Tex., with his son, A. P. Johnson, came e, in Sunday night to spend the sum mer in the old home with his son, the Hon. D. R. Johnson, le_ n W. P. Minckler and family moved at this week to their farm about two d miles west of town, and W. P. Dun eIlap and family moved into the " Minckler house on Main Street and r- will operate the Cottage Hetel. o. i- While attempting to run across is the track ahead of a southbound limited No. 3, in Magnolia, Thurs day afternoon, Mlr. Sam A. Bacot. an Ovska merchant, well known throughout this secton, was struck ne by the pilot of the engine and hurl .ed 30 or 40 feet ahead of the train. es/ ere Mrs. J. O. Betl'ea and little Ruth he IMary, after several weeks spent ny with Mother Bethea in South Caro he lina, returried home Sunday and Iwas accompanied by her mother $500 to $100,000 TO LOAN FOR 3 to 20 YEARS : : It is our pleasure to announce that we have effected arrangements to handle an unlimited amount of long time mortgages to range from $500 to $100,000, or more, and to run from 3 to 20 years. Through this arrangement, we can handle long-time mortgages on Store Buildings, Farms, Manufacturing Enterprises and any class of Producing Property. To gether with our already modern banking facilities, this will enable us to offer to our customers and to the pub lic generally service unexcelled by any similer institu tion in the state. WASHINGTON BANK & TRUST COMPANY The Oldest Trust Company In Washington Parish FRANKINTON---BOGALUSA---AN6IE who has entirely recovered from her recent illness and will spend the spring and summer here.-Era Leader. The "City Fathers" deserve special thanks for the good work they had done last week on the main streets in the city limits. Parish Road Contractor, Joe N. Magee brought his road machine and crew of work men in and spent ,several days scraping and grading the streets, and we find them now in first class condition and are grateful for it. NOTICE The public is hereby warned not to negotiate for saving pass book issued by First State Bank of Bo galusa, Jan. z4, 1916 in the name of the undersigned, as same has been lost and duplicate being ap plied for. 2-t Clyde Nickens. SPECIAL THIS WEEK - Genuine Palm Beach Suits For Men $5.98 For Boys . . $3.98 Men's Straw Hats 98c, $1.50, $1.98 GUS LEVIN Pleasant Hill 'GOT YOUR RANGE ? Better Hurry! 10 Months to Pay For It ROGER'S o- "If Its For the Home Roger's Has It" er I Preparedness SALE _____IN-___ Full Blast New Spring Merchan dise going at prices others will offer next fall. S'. HURRY ".' Berenson Bros. YOUR INSPECTION INVITED The Store of Quality is ready to supply all that is new and correct for Spring and Summer Wear . DREYFUS INC. STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, . MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC. Of Bogalusa Enterprise, published weekly at Bogalusa, La., required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Editor, Clyde S. Moss. IBogalusa. La, Managing Editor, same, " " Business Manager same . Publisher, same, . Owner: Clyde S. Moss, Bogalusa, La. Known bondholders, mortages, and other security holders, holding 1 percent or more of totalamount of bonds, mortgages,or other securities: None. Clyde S. Moss, Owner and Publisher. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of March, 1916. C. ELLIS OTT, SNotary Public. S(SrAL) My commission expires for life.