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(Worth It's Weight In Gold) The Greatest Cloth Ever Produced f I Weatrs and fits like Woolen Goods, Cool 1/ 1and Light as Palm Beach. I',ay to Wash and Guaranteed not to Shrink. Others Will Show It Next Season / See it here now , You cannot appreciate the rich #J .K ness and quality of this cloth un • til you see it. We would be pleased to r show it to you BAGLEY TAILORING COMPANY COLUMBIA STREET E. C. ROWAN -:- Real Estate FOR RENT Four room house, barn and garden; can include + five acres land. Ave. L., joins corporation line. FOR SALE-On easy terms, low price, two-story boarding house, basement can be used as store. Residence 27 E. Office: Tate Building Telephone 171. Telephone 333 * . , _ . _ _ , L _ 4 ,* , .. - flIED MUSICIAN'S COMING TOI ICill CITY MONOAY NIGHT Besides the regular program at itMagic City next Monday even hione of the rarest musical treats dtiheseason will be given when a empanv composed of Miss Charo kite Adamore, soprano, who will >i classic and popular songs. Snauel Tauber, a great left handed iolinist, and Konrad Vote, a pianist dInternational reputation will also aederselections and they come higly recommended. The prices of .almission will be 25 and 35 cents 'slindications are that they will tgreeted by a packed house. Ourz I-TLADIES WATCH-Finder return to --.jxiee offce and receive reward. LAUIFULHERD OF JERSEYS FOR Al-12 cows, 18 heiffers and one *ierd bull. N. Batson, Millard, Miss A Ifl FOR SALE OR TRADE-Five tager Paige car in good condition for oUkr will exchange for cattle or lots in !la Phone 442 or address C. M. OR RENT....Two furnished roams for Ilk ousekeeping T.B. TBBender 342 A'D. ,D :3-t 'ORSALE-Fresh milk c(w for sale at I jice. Address Ed 0. J. BIll. -\nie heColonial Hotel will be re-openled on tabont April 1st. Clean r,,l', a!id well wed meals. by the day, week. , r mt.t:rh. orders and quick lunch at all ,rs. tet ,cr re.ervati t s :,,. YeSALE-sThorough--hred Jersv tc w., *ears old, fresh in M ay. 'n c .;,, , ant ,Virginia Ave. JRRy AND HARNESS F1uR ,S.\I. and harness in ine " l i:n aIl baold at abargain. I'he i,usa IR REr..-Furnished or u "furnishd . o rlight huusekeeping. Nf-rth BoLea e 252or apply at Quicks resi t 4SA white Leghorn pullets and erel, seventy five cents each k'ireP Mrs F. P. Barrun. Angie SALEgFord Touring Car for sale THE PAIH OF HAPPINESS AT MAGIC CITY TOMORROW Friday, April 7, Violet Mercereau, the beautiful Universial Star, and one of the most popular screen artists in filmdom was selected to inaugurate the "Red Feather" pro ductions, a series of features that bid fair to exceed any film produc tion ever presented. The vehicle in which Miss Mercereau will star, is a fire act idyll of the woods. The Path to Happiness." This delightful story of a girl raised in the heart of the woods, whose friends are the trees and birds of the forests, has an appeal never before attained in a photoplay. The photoplay and natural sitting have never been equalled for beauty. Taken in the wildest and most beautiful section of the Adirondacks that form a wonderful background for this re markable film drama. Miss Mer cereau is more charming and de lightful than ever in the role "Juan" and a part which will stand among the great roles of the silent drama. This charming actress herself declares that she never acted in such an appealing drama, and is emphatic in her declaration that "Juan" is the sweetest role she has ever portrayed. Admission to this beautiful play only 5 and 10 cents. ANCIE NECfO KILLED AND NO CLUE TO GUILTY PARTY Jesse Peters, a middle age negro living about two miles southeast of Angie, was found dead at a late hour last Saturday afternoon. He had been shot twice in the head once in the shoulders. Coroner J. E. Pierce held an investigation last Sunday and was unable to get any evidence as to who killed the negro or the cause of the shooting. Another investigation will be made in the near future. Kings Daughters Disbanb The Kings Daughters have dis banded and hereafter the work they have been doing will be looked af ter by the Mothers Honor Commiss ion and Probation officer. Cake Sale The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church will hold a cake sale at the Bogalusa Stores Co,, next Saturday. BANUU[T AT Y, M, C.A. MOST ENJOYABLE EYENT Messrs. Sullivan, Iloppen. IBean, Chalmers And Others (;ive Toasts On Saturday evening the Y. M. C. A. Industrial Basket League held their first Annual Banquet. Fully 60 men were gathered around the banquet table, and an elaborate dinner was served, consisting of olives, Dickles, salad, bread, giblet dressing, mashed potatoes, chicken, corn, peas, ice cream, cake, coffee and after-dinner-mints. The occa sion was the grand finale of the basket ball season, and was enjoyed by all. Rev. W. P. Chalmers acted as toastmaster, and it is needless to say that he is hard to beat. After introducing Mr. Babington, who is chairman of the Board of Managers of the Industrial League, in a very neat speech, Mr, Babington present ed the High School, who are the champions of the league, with a certificate which called for a beau tiful shield. The shield is on exhi bition at the Y. M. C. A. and is a beauty, and in all probability the Y. M. C. A. will be its future home. Mr. Richardson, in a few chosen words, as manager of the High School team, accepted the certificate for the shield, and took his seat amid cheers. The toastmaster call ed on K. I Bean, who was the official referee for the League, for a short speech, and he surprised all by his wonderful stories and o atory. The next speaker was fH. E. Hoppen, General Secretary of the Y. M. C. A. and he took for his topic "Hopes." His remarks were well received and they made a deep impression by bringing out some facts that here tofore the majority present had not known of. Mr. Chalmers next in troduced Mr. Geo. B. Heckman, physical director, who gave a very irteresting talk on "gym," and gave a short history on the game of basket ball up to the present time. The main address of the evening was delivered by Mayor W. H. Sul livan, President of the Board of Directors of the Y. M. C. A., and it is needless to say that it was en joyed by all. He brought out the fact that the young men here to night would be the future rulers of the city of Bogalusa in a few years and the training that they were now receiving at the Y. M. C. A was one of the most valuable assets they could have, and he expressed the opinion that in five years Bo galusa would be acitv of 25,000 people, and habits you men were forming now, and the good you were doing for the city would be very vividly shown in a few years. The ladies prepared the dinner and a large part of the success of the evening is due them for splendid preparations and the Boy Scouts. who in full uniform, served as waiters, and the Board of Managers, who by their untiring efforts, made everything pass off smoothly, All voted that they had a fine time, and are looking forward for the same thing next year. Y. MI. ('. A. Notes A Junior Marathon Mile Run is being planned and all boys are re quested to get in condition as soon as possible, For further particulars apply to Geo. B. Heckman. Have you ever tried your hand at at bowling duck pins? Now is the time. The weather is ideal, the alleys were never in better shape and brand new howling balls and expert pin boys. The watch fob which Jules Webb won in a bowling contest, for high score for three consecutive games and whose average was 299 2-3 is on exhibition at the Y. M. C. A. and must be seen to be appreciated, A treasure hunt for boys is being planned and in a few days the wonderful secret will be disclosed All boys want to be prepared, and keep your eyes on the bulletin board at the Y. M. C. A. and watch for the announcement of the hunt. The entrance chart for the Junior Boys Tennis Tournameut is now open. Sign up at once, as entries will close April 8. Also the chart for the High School Tennis TL urnament is open and chart will 'absolutely be closed April 7. The Y. M. C. A. furnishes the rackets and the individuals the balls. Indoor base ball is in vogue now, and all who are interested in the game report either Tuesday or Friday ni.hts. A League is con templated in the near future and now is the time to get in on the ground floor and get in good play ing trim. For further information see George Marx, Leon Senac, Luth er Cook, Paul LeBlanc or any of the committee they might direct you to. Birthday Party Mrs. C. E. Ott entertained a num ber of little folks Friday afternoon from 3 to 6, in honor of the seventh birthday of her little son. W. C. A game with animal crackers. hidden in the grass, and was greatly enjoyed. The dining room was beautifully decorated in red, white and blue, and in the center of the table was a white cake with seven candles burning. Each child had a trial at blowing the candles out. Red, white and blue horns were giv¬n as favors. Various kinds of games were played, and ice cream and cake served on the lawn. Mrs. J. L. Caver assisted Mrs. Ott in enter taining the children. Easter Egg Hunt The North Bogalusa Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will give an Easter Egg hunt at the home of Mrs. L. H, Roberts, of Carolina Avenue, on Saturday afternoon, April 22. Ad mission 5 ceDts. Every one invited. Candy Sale The Methodist Ladies Aid will have a candy sale at Alford's Drug store every Thursday. Come around. Ivy Lawrence, Albert Simmons and William Smith motored to I Franklinton Sunday. Mrs. E. Hemohill and son J.E. were called to the bedside of her i father in Columbia who is very ill. Mrs. E. L. Seale and daughter Evelyn, and son Alton, Mrs. T. M. Seale and son Hal are spending several days in Roxie Miss., with relatives. There will be a special meeting of the Anti-Cigarette League at the Y. M. C. A. Friday evening at 7:15 All boys are especially invited. E. R. Cassidv. claim agent of the N. O. G. N. transacted business in Covington Monday. Special Lumber Sale SATURDAY, APRIL 8th 10,000 ft. 3-8x3" No. 2 Ceiling . . . $8.00 per M 1. C-L x6" Center Matched No. 3 Flooring . $10.00 per M 4,000 ft. 1x3" No. 9 Hollow Back Flooring . . $9.00 per M 2 or 3 Cars 1x4" and Wide (90 per cent 8" and Wider) No. 4 SIS . . $7.00 per M Special Bargains in Mouldings, all Patterns. DEPARTMENT Great Southern Lumber Co, BOGALUSA Aluminum Enamel Ware I Sold at Prices of Common Ware Extra ordinary big values at 10c and 25c Worth Double Just received a fine line of TABLE TUMBLERS 2 for 5c and 5c each Finest selections of Sc, 10c and 25c Goods in the country Picture Frames made to order at 5 and lOc foot I UNITED s,10, 2o, STORE Columbia Street Bogalusa, La. i UNTED t to 25eSTO T PICAYUNE DEFEATEO BY SCORE 12 TO1BY LOCALS SUNDAY The preliminary ball game of the season between the Picayune team and the locals, proved to be a very one sided and uninteresting game for the fans, due to the fact that the Bogalusa boys simply outclass ed the visitors. However it was a good practice game for the locals as they were given plenty of "hit and run" exercise. When the score boy finished his days work the total showed that the visitors had been successful in securing one run while the locals had 12 to their credit. The surprise to the fans was the excellnnt condition of the local boys and especially Verret and Stapleton. Building and Alterations Houses Built on Installment Alteration and Repairs Plans and specifications Frame FREE to those who build. Constructions- Brick Security bonds furnished Concrete if required. Agent for L. C. Oull Wall paper Co. the most complete set of sample books in the city with, paper from Sc to $2.50 per roll. Also wall board and all kinds of wall and floor coverings. Con tracts taken from $5.00 to $25,000.00. All work guaranteed to give perfect satifaction. Lumber and building materal is increasing in cost so if you are going to build or make an alteration you will save money by building now. I have all new buildings insured while being built. I carry Workmans Compensation Insurance. If you want the most for your money call phone 179 or 31. Box 736. W. C. TRYON S4TJ. #Il Big W. C. T. U. Meeting The coming district meeting of the W. C. T. U. which will be held at the First Baptist church on Tues day April 18 and Wednesday April 19th pronmises to be well attended. Mrs. Lela Stratton, a lecturer of National reputation and Mrs. E. L. McKinley, state president will make addresses. A luncheon will be served on the church lawn at noon each day. Those interested in the temperance cause are invited to attend the meetings which start at 10.30 each morning. There will be services each evening at 7:30. Washington Parish Headquarters Cosmopolitan Hotel A. D. STEWART, MGR, Rates to suit your pocket-book. New Orleans. La.