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you want to drive ý /I JBS 4 Etltrr ao " for the d,; :t<1 't. t horses ""dr L. r" 93, E. L. KNIGHT 7ens jfT-WIiv Star' At Commiay to at histc that Jewelry at Low Prices cwiz Sre prepared to save you Sout on jewelry that you would is to i to wear. mon OCULIST btuil 'Whenyou hale trouble with to 1c eyes come here Modern ent and EYES TESTED mou cons J. D. MAMMELI ;'ann Alford's Drug Store of to . turi and FOR RENT pay wat uady Business Room and Near Paper Mill it M ant iyoiioOs 20x30 feet and located eat sNo 4 Mich. Ave. For particulars the dar phone BLANCHARD BROS. stri N, W. BOGALUSA the Phone 235 i rat me SOc tor SReady To i rFor Ladies wi' M 6itlemen te lo3 ...at the... iss ABLE Coiumbia Street Itore that is a credit ogalusa a iHii aTIT AT lh W.G.flenry& Son IClLINERY AND e NlENS FURNISH- 4 IISURANCE. All Kinds "We Write It Right" t New Orleans I Underwriters Agency I The . D. Copeland, Mgr. I ........--+ ,,+.++++++ 1 *1'i Real Estate and Rentals : CIAS. WEBSTER Offic i . ~ :".i , Phone -- :'6 EA.AND! MAASSEN S ICE CREAM PHONE 48 BOGALUS.A ENTERPRISE rr PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ____ . -----_________- ------------ SI ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE NEW ORLEANS OFFICE, 414 N. O. NATIONAL BANK BUILDING All I.JBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 The LYDE S. MOSS . OWNER-PUBLISHER Fr YDE S. MOSS -utioni Entered, as secrod-class natter Decemler :1. 1914, at the Postoflice at Bogalusa Red Loi.isiana. under the Act of March 3. 1h79. S - - Essa SHOW YOUR LOYALTY Mrs Bogdlusa has the reputation of havind the most public spirited citi- s, zens of any city in the South, and even the largest cities look forward /"A ' to any event that is planned for the progress of Bogalusa. Never in the and history of this city has there been anything to compare with an issue I M that will be set'l d at a:1 early d-te. The acti'n which will be taken.! Th will not only reflect great credit upon the progress of Bogalusa and her fea citizens, but will eftect the city and citizens in years to come. The i T South is expecting great things of Bogalusa this year. We know that it seC is to be the most successful since the foundation of the city was started. Everyone is at work. Every merchant and business man is making Grae money. and moreover everyone is satisfied. The announcement of the ! c building of a new million dollar enterprise has resulted in many planning Seri to locate here. In a few more days actual work will start on this mami- cen mouth industry. Almost as many people will be connected with the construction of the mill as in its operation. Bogalusa people hailed the 1 announcement with great joy, but did you stop to consider that the bond issue was of more importance to the tax payers than the building of the next paper mill? If in our mad rush to land gigantic manufac turing concerns, we overlooked the health and protection of our citizens and property, don't you think that the time would come when we would pay a fancy price for our neglect? IFO New capital and new citizens want to know something about our Icel water and sewer systems, our schools, our streets and public buildings, and if they come here a'nd find that they are better than the average city it will be all the mnre inducement for them. Suppose they come bli and find that they are not what they ought to be. Capital will not lo- ful cate. and people who come will only be temporary. They will not bring Co their families here and become permanent residents. fr i We have an opportunity of placing our public utilities, buildings and P. streets, in a condition which will reflect credit upon us. Never was - there a more opportune time, or conditions more favorable. Big capital A is willing to loan Bogalusa the money to make the improvements at the rate of 5 per cent interest. Every tax payer knows that the improve - ments needed, must come now or later, so your opportunity will " soon be here when you can say whether you are willing to do your part towards making the city one of the best in the entire South. The vot ing of the bond issue will enhance the value of property, the extra millage will be saved in the reduction of fire insurance rates. Water and sewer extended to every part of the city will pay dividends in health and pro tection. Schools will pay interest in education, Will you show your loyalty to the city when this question comes to a vote? We believe there will be but few votes cast against the bond 1issue, and sincerely hope that not a single one will be cast. opposing the much needed improvements. A SOLEMN FOURTH OF JULY The suggestion made to call off the Fourth of .July Celebration was a most timely one and the day is to be oh served in a most solemn man ner. The citizens of Bogalusa feel that with 100 or more of our best young " men on the Mexican border, and who mby at that date be on the firing Sline and with chances that possibly some may never return, it would be + very inappropriate to have a celebration as planned. Instead we can have a celebration that will be in keeping with the new conditions and which will be enjoyed. The Preparednesspart of the parade can he given, the speeches made and services conducted that will let the boys of Company "G" know that Bogalusa is proud of them, our hearts with them every day during their absence and that we can look forward to Fourth of July 1917 with greater hope. If you ha'e not given anything to the fund being raised for the comforts of the members of Company "G" while they are at the front stop now and phone W. M. Babington, W. P. Haley or Clyde S. Moss the - amount you will give. Home Grown Watermelons B. F. Blaksley, a former engineer of the G. S. L., and who purchased a farm near Lees Creek about a yer ago, was in Bogalusa Monday and stated that on Saturday he would bring a wagon load of water melons with him. He says the quality is fine this year and that he will show the finest collection of melons that has been on the local market for several seasons. Play Professional Ball Stapleton, Boyd and Lusk, mem Special Discount of - 10 per ct. orn every purchase from $2.00 up Bought for Cash Only GUS LEVIN Pleasant Hill bers of the Bogalusa baseball team for several seasons left last Friday for Columbus. Miss., where they will play with a professional team of that city. Their positions have been filled by three good players. Colored Wash Goods The most popular designs in voile marquisette and batistes in 36 inch width, especially good value for 25c at Bogalusa Stores Company. One Sided Game The game of baseball between the Atheltics of New Orleans and Bog. alusa Sunday proved to be a very uninteresting game. the visitors being defeated by the score of 14 to 3. The game next Sunday will be. between The Checker club team of I New Orleans and the new Bogalusa teaWm. guys Another Carload D. Beinn. the Columbia street furniture dealer, has returned from New Or!eaIs ,ere he he purchased another carload of all that is new arnd correct in furniture. "'h other Icarload 1 got a few weeks ago is abtut sold and since we are now located in larger and modern quar ters cur business has increased wonderfully. Buying in carload i lots enables me to give real values" said Mr. Beinn. Magic City Program TONIGHT, THURS. JUNE 22nd La All shows now start at 7:30 p m. Two 3 ree! Vitagraph drama "From Out Of Buic The Past" "The High Sign" Vim comedy. K. P Friday Cleo Madison the great emo- Buic tional actress in "Her Bitter Cup" 5 reel hart Red Feather play 5 and 10 cents. lets S;turday "The Last Shot" 2 reel chas Essanay drama "The Bandits Of Macaroni LevE Mountain" Kalem comedy also Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Drew in "The Deceiver," Sunday "The Other Half" 2 reel drama "A Wife For A Ransom" Joker comedy and "Some Honeymoon" Nestor comedy. with Monday Bob Leonard and Ella Hall in with 'The Crippled Hand" 5 reel Blue Bird at - feature 10 and 20 cents. 1 Tuesday Iron Claw No. 6 and a screamingly funny comedy. Wednesday 20th. and last episode of Ref Graft "The final Conquest" an Animated Weekly also a Nestor comedy. Coming July 5th The Great Circus Serial "Peg 0' The Ring" Admission 10 cents for adults and children. Our sified Sep artm I FOR SALE-Good pony and bugg in ex r j cellent condition cheap for cash. Phone 199 or 363. FOR SALE-300 pairs of window 1e blinds of all sizes up to 3x7 feet, they are )' full rolling blinds and in perfect condition ig Cost $1:75 per pair will sell any amount, If for 75 cents per pair. Phone 179 Address d P. 0. Box 736 City. al ANNO UN CEMENTS 7e FRED J. (BUD) HEINTZ" OF COVINGTON. LA,. irt for the office of t- District Attorney Twenty-Sixth Judicial District --~- ier LET US HELP YOU It cost you less to live when you ad trade with us. the We Can Save You Money (New Penny Store) Grand 5,10, 25c Store Columbia St. Chas. M. Warnick, Prop. an in rGET THE HABIT can OF SAVING PART OF YOUR DOL nd LAR BY TRADING WITH THE ten, (New Penny Store) eof Grand5,10, 25c Store irth Columbia St. Chas. M. Warnick, Prop the *++ +4"e (00 WANTEDI - Empty Feed Sacks and iday METAL JUNK OF :hev ALL KINDS mve Highest Cash Prices Paid H. WEINSTEIN Columbia Next Door to Uncle Sam's Street Dept. Store THE MODEL SHOE STORE COLUMAIA ST A shoe for gentlemen who appreciate a refined, dignified, comfortable shoe, having the appear ance of custom make. Of soft, glaze kangaroo built over the Selz Waukenphast last. A Vacation for he Tired Feet Original -Needs no hrcaking in. Selz n" - Won't buckie across the Wauken toe. --Does not "gap" at the phast Lasidte paSt Las -Fits the heel 'snuglg. Many Auto Sales Last week was a record breaker for automobile sales in Bogalusa. Two Maxwells, two Chevorlets. one Buick and one Ford were sold. M. K. Pearce is the owner of the new Buick, W. B. Gilbert and C. T Ear hart are the owners of new Chevor lets while the Maxwells were pur chased by Poole and Son and Levert Bros. New Velocipedes Assorted sizes in all metal or with rubber tires, Z.40 to 4.00 each at Bogalusa Stores Company. L - - Refrigerators, Oil Stove, Electric Irons and other HOT WEATHER COMFORTS ON EASY TERMS .AT" --- W ROGERS' t' "If Its For the Home Rogers' Has It" SS A Bargain The two choicest business lots in Bogalusa on Austin St. near Depot E. C. ROWAN Residence 527 E. Office: Tate Buildi • Telephone 171. Telephone 333 Phewh But is not near as hot as it will be this time next week This is Palm Beach weather and you had better phone US this moruing to get year's ready. Dry Cleaned-Not Washed . Bogalusa Laundry IHIONE 34 "EVERYTHING BACK BUT THE DIRT" Blowed HAVE ycu ever felt like your feet were "Blowed Up? Sometimes m e n come in here and say "I'm all in, I just can't stand my feet hurting like they do." Usually they are not wearing Walk-Over Shoes and after we look their feet over and select a pair of nice soft kid or kangaroo shoes of the right shape for them they are able to "sail merrily along," for we do know how to sell shoes RIGHT that is the proper shoe for the par ticular foot. DREYFUS INC. THE GRUNEWALD LARGEST BEST NEWEST HOTEL Rooms without Bath :- $1 UP Rooms With Bath -:- $250 UP NEW ORLEANS, - LA.