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--Z BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY. APRIL 20, 1916. - - -MER 18 . Mrs. . Pi land Mrs .. y in New B" , .... n. L. Cra wT," . i Covingt ln L. p ,ust Ram se !)Or visitor Satur., Boyin to;: ' TYlertown - , J. Yarhori : . ttheweek e:: W . J . - rpi h ' ', .. Ithe week i ' t tafew da . . t ;.. ., tL Lawre .'e. -: ianm Perrint r . ; .itr: : ,thbeCrescent C it gJ.Ball and 'rai l b S' of Anute, were inl Bloaiusa I ýarday. S luthber Cannln, 1) .1 . Simpson * iWillie Burris t:fotuord to Bog ~Saturday. IlisIaez Warren a:nd Mrs. H. H. Isn. of Marsden, spent Saturday ogalusa, Ilr,and Mrs. R. H. Batchelor , d relatives in New Orleans last Irs J. M. Robertson and son his were Talisheek visitors last Ms J. M. S. Reeves returned to .inome in Norfield Saturday after gi ing her son Dudley Reeves. L Levert, of the Bogalusa l:adry, spent the week end with ,iROrleans relatives. lrs. J. C. Valadie has returned iauefrom a two weeks visit with le Orleans relatives. Mrs. C. R. Foxworth, of Columbia, ptSaturday as the guest of Mrs B . Poole ssEmma Glover, of Varnado antthe week end with Miss Annie - lK. Aucoin, of New Orleans, Iturned to her home Saturday after ?itnil Mrs. E. L. Daidie. Sin, AI. H. Cothern and little son ifAgie, spent several (ldyS with MlishIettie MicCaini this week. Mr. Tom Chesterrman and Mlter Shelia spent Saturday in eOrleans. In F E. Chase, of Jatnestown NYwas the week end guest oif liland Mrs. H. L. Porter. MrW. C MIay and daughters ,slor and Margaret left Saturday itleir future home in New (Or ise Miss Ola Scott, Mesdames E, ?it. N. Talley and R Talley, of Q were Saturday \isitors to luse. MJ. S. Strain has returned to hore in Abita Sprin:s after lhng her son George Strain for ertal days. Mr.and Mrs. J. S. ( r \ir ac Ils.D,C. Byers attepll i tiL. ! I B IaNation" at NS ... Stnrday night, M.Jt. J Ha'm ,f i Ill Mi,. has retur]t. .1 ter eding several d, .: \ ;,! t i , . T.' Ioak and otier r,\l ve. SObie Cowart ndl tit daugl _My Vreturned Satirala t ttleir :ie in Slidell tfter : i,. +p t UVetaldavswih \lr'.. i. i lra!lee. le SGeorge Forlan and sen S have arrived it 3&alusa, detroit ich., t ii Mr. -F,, B.ho is an en;:,et of the klic. $500 . 0 STOCK OF NEW FURNITURE fred to yo at an Unusual Saving! - i;thi a ew d~'s car zcrs wii be at work on our new home and rather than move our stock we ht"wa.~ died o iffe. r su. i --c rmen ,nts tha every article in the store will be purchased by those who ap r;cae rare b;ans .o .* a fe~ wce~zs aso ve recived a carload of new furniture which is included in •:i sa. Yc ~u st thc ~d~i:: of carload y,na and also th~E bi discount made because of removal. Sm,: e articles , Gre~est Value We Have Ever Offered If you are go .1 uiimited and ing to need a we suggest early _ _ Frr single piece of selections. No _' _ __ furniture or a de alers will be w complete outfit - \ \ _ during the next given the advan- 6 months it will tage of this sale! ey V repay you to You can make make youar pur your selection chases during Sa this sale. The during the sale and ,by making a greater your pur small deposit we $30 Fine Dinning Room Table and mor0 chasesthatmuchbe will make de- Six Chairs to Match for I... your savings. livers at a later will find anything ou desire in Golden Oak, lission or ohogany Bring y finish and one glance will convince you that this s a real bargain, you cannot begin to apprecate Brng date. this offer until you have inspected this table and chairs. Better make your selection erly because friends along. when these are gone we wi'l be unable to offer more at these prices. Not A Single Article Reserved-Everything Must Go! I Chairs, Stoves, Bed Room Suits, Rockers, Rugs, Sale Starts Friday April 21st iron Beds, Mat Parlor Sets, resses, Dining aRoom and Li Linoleum. and brar Tables any Other Ar- Extr Special Induce- To the Newlywedsandthose who have and any Furni ticles at a Say- a contemplated housekeeping, this will ture needed at ing of ments For Complete be your golden opportunity to supply A Discout o . every piece of furniture and household A Discout of 2Outits. needs you desire. A complete stock of all that is new and correct at manufacturers cost. whenPer Centhese arWe make terms to suit Get One Refrigera you during our Removal Sensational Value tors and Bed Springs and Ice Boxes Sale. M___., complete Today du.rig sale *Matres complete for $4.98 & up ,5 ".98- D. BIENN Furniture Co. Columbia Street - - - - ogalusa, La. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Taylor and clildren spent the week end in Covington and New Orledns. Mr. and Mrs. Tal lor attended the Birth of a Nation while in New Orleans. Mrs. J. C. Butler and daughters who have been visiting Mrs. L. L. Sproles have returned to their home in Columbia. Mrs. Sproles accom panied Mrs. Butler home for a short visit.. Mrs. A. E. Hudson and little son, Talmage, have returned from Green wood, Miss, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Hudson's brother SWalter Suddith. Mrs. T. B. Cook has returne from a few days visit in Slidell with relatives. Ezra Revere and Jesse Moss were New Orleans visitors Thursday. Mrs. A, St Amant spent a few days in New Orleans last week. Miss Emily Torries of Biloxi is the guest of Mrs. A. St. Ament. Mrs. B. E. Welsh was a New Or ieans visitor Thursday. Miss Nancy Smith spent a few days in Varnado last week. Mrs. G. R. Jarvis spent the week end in New Orleans. Mrs. H. H. Brahanm and daughter, Ida, of Bush, spent Friday in Boga lusa Miss Mary Cassidy of Brookhaven who has been visiting Mrs. D. T. Cushing has returned home. R. Blanchard, of Columbia, spent a few days with his family. this week. Ben D. Miller, of the Rice Woolen Mills, transacted business in New Orleans Friday. Mrs. G. C. Fields and daughter, Ruby Katherine of Mississppi are the guests of Mrs. J. L. Gould. Mrs. George Mehroff ane Mrs. J. Ball accompanied Mrs. Ball's mother to New Orleans Thursday where she will receive medical treatment. Miss Bertha Kornbeck ofGulfport has returned to her home after a pleasant visit with Mrs. G. R. Jarvis. Mrs. S. I. Mitchell of Picayune, has returned home after spending several days in the Bogalusa hospit al. Mrs. W. R. Parker and sons, Luther and Brantley, have gone to Oakdale, La., to join Mr. Parker. They will make their future home there.