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at Tuesday Election The followii-g commissioners and clerks have been appointed to hold the election on Tuesday, November 5 : Ward 1, Precinct l,OId Bell Place: Tebo Daniels, j. H. Penny and A. H. Walters, commissioners; L. L. Bank ston, clerk. Ward 2, Pr :cinct 1, Mount Her mon: W. T. Oit, J. M. Slaughter and !C. J. Miller, commissioners; O. E. Brock, clerk. Ward 3, Precinct 1, Franklinton: A. C. Pool, A J. Seal and W. M. Simmons, commissioners; L. B. Re nard, clerk. Ward 4, Precinct 1, City Hall; Louis I. Adamt, M. H. Varnado and H. E. Rester, commissioners; K. I. Bean, clerk. Ward 4, Precinct 2, Cocola Plant': J. M. McLendon, W. J. Byrd and W. G. Dorsey, com nissioners; J. C. Mills, clerk. Ward 4, Precinct 3, Old Fire Sta tion: M. L. Weuseher, »R. E. Keaton and A. C. Sibley, commissioners; A. C. Williams, clerk. Ward 4, Precinct 4, New Fire Sta tion: J. P. Richardson, J. R. King and David Biean, commissioners; H. H. Wilcox, clerk. Ward 4, Precinct 5, Rio: J. M. Mitchell, F. M.! Kendall and L. P. Byrd, commis^oners ; L. P. Pierce, clerk. »Ward 5, Precinct 1, Varnado: J. H. Seal, R. D. Fomea and Isaac Miley, commissioners; R. M. Magee, clerk. Ward 5, Precinct 2, Sheridan; M. JML Simmons, Joe McNeece and A. A. Whittington, commissioners; M. N. Knight, clerk. Ward 6, Precinct 1, Enon: J. D. Corkern, W. J. Penton and J. C. Green, commissioners; G. W. Knight, ^ clerk. f Ward 6, Precinct 2, Isabel: P. A. Scarborough, J. W, Parker and John E. McIntyre, commissioners; C. Fred Magee, clerk. I Ward 7, Product 1, Angie: Iddo J. Ball, E. H. Thompson and F. P. | Sones, commissioners; W. J. Daniel, clerk. Ward 7, Î recinct 2, Popeville : | Waîter Thorms, R. C. Breland and L. A. B. Pace, commissioners; D. A. ! j C. For P| Crain, clerk. Ward 8, Precinct 1, Hâckley: L. W. McLain, John T. Dillon and W. E. Bickham, commissioners; C. tenberry, clerk. Ward 8, Precinct 2, Warnerton: John W. Smith, T. J. Carves and W. E. Warren, commissioners; J. J. Warner, clerk. Ward 9, Precinct 1, Burkhalter and 1 Magee, old mill: J. H. Stafford, S.| W. Wilks and M. G. Mizell, com- j misai oners; John Miller, clerk. ---o CONDITION ABOUT SAME The condition of Miss Ada Quick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Quick, remains about the same. She has been suffering from an at tack of typho:d fever and her con dition is serious. The Thrift Car Utmost V alue With Economy Considering all of the five e» •entials for complete satisfaction this Model 90 is the nearest ap proach to perfection on the mar ket today. Do not let such a claihf upon our part go unchallenged ! Make your investigation at the Model 90 at once. Appearance, Performance, Comfort, Service end Prim turn t tw.., r«. mm / . » „.«MM CITY GARAGE Dealers. - K Interior view of Bogalusa's municipal pumping station, showing pumps which are capa ble of supplying enough water for fire protection in any emergency. Did You Pledge to Buy W. S. S.?j Campaigning on War Savings! Stamps, in abeyance during the Fourth Liberty Loan drive, will bej renewed with additional energy, ac cording to members of the state com mitte, who are fearful of the effects of the influenza epidemic on the of sales of stamps. Louisiana has been reported be hind other states, it is said. To date I the sales per capita are one-fourth of what Louisiana should show by | December 31. The per capita ex-j 'pected by # that date is $-20. Sales :for September in Louisiana, as an | nouneed by the United States treas jury, amount to 70 cents per capita and total sales from the beginning of the campaign until September 30 ' show a per capita of $5.32. Louisi is thirty-fourth on the liät oî states buying stamps in September, and thirty-eighth in the list of àotal sales. Persons who have made their pledges are asked to take them up ; as soon as possible and to buy ad between now and RESTER SPENT WEEK-END HERE McCauley Rester of Poplarville, Miss., spent the week-end with rela-j jtives and friends here. He has just Mae'recovered from an attack of he "flu." o ana ditional stamps October 31. - - ALL SAINTS' DAY FRIDAY Friday, November 1, tomorrow, is 1A11 Saints' Da and is observed as a legal holiday in Louisiana. iWe're Giving 'Em H— Says Sims France, Sept. 26, 1918. Mr. J. H. Cassidy, Bogalusa, La.: bej Dear Sir—Well, I have nothing to j do today so will write you, as I promised. I am doing fine; we had a good trip overseas. We had some excitement, but there was no dam age done. I have seens lots of Ger man prisoners—they like to be made prisoners. The French soldiers take their hats off to the American sol diers. We get lots of good news from the front. The Germans are running back all« the time. The American soldiers are too strong for them. Peo P Ie in Prance seem to think the war j will soon be over. Believe me, we ' are &°i n K to give them hell. You j should see how the people are liv , in France. The people don't know wh /t hard times are in sthe •Ætntcs* AU < -of the wen hare a*tve jbeen killed or are at the front All °* tke women and children are wear ; * ng black. The French women are aw * u Hy nice to us. Well, I don't know when I will get to go up to the front—maybe some time scon. We are all very anxious £°. t°- We have the guns to do the i work - Our guns are shooting 600 8 ^ 0 * 8 a minute. Jess Johnson is with ! Gs - 1 was with him the other day; , we had dinner together. He is doing fine. We have lots of good wine to drink. Tell Mr. Moss to please send me the Bogalusa Enterprise. Give Mr, E. R. my best regards. I will close, answer soon. Address me as below. Yours truly, CORPORAL C, P. SIMS, Machine Gun Company, 156th Infan try, American P. O. 904, Ameri ' can E. F., France. PROCLAMATION The slogan of all the allied na tions today is: "To make the world safe for democracy." Our President, Woodrow Wilson, has said: "Democ racy means that women shall play the.'r, part in affairs alongside men and upon an equal footing with them." "We have made partners of the women in this war; shall we ad mit them only to a partnership of suffering and sacrifice and toil and net to a partnership of privilege and right?" These statements are made by the man who was elected by the great ] states of the West, where women ; hare been given suffrage. Without ; the support of these states another's ! hand would hold the reins of our gov- ; eminent and Woodrow Wilson, the ' greatest leader and statesman of many years, would have been lost j at the time when needed most. Too true it is that the greatest suf ferers of the war are the women. Women who are called to fill the piaces of men in every occupation. Women who are called on to sac rifice those who are as dear as life itself. Women who are called on to: uo everything utmost in winning the I u ar and who do so without murmur i or complaint. Yet in bur own do- j} mocracy these same women are de- ' nied suffrage, and why?. Because men have thought her place in the home—ahd other reasons without foundation. We permit an illiter ate alien to vote after five years' resi dence and deny the same right to a woman college president Why? The best thought of our state îl unanimous in the opinion that Con stitutional State Suffrage is better for the Southern sstate# than the pro posed Federal 'Amendment and voters will have opportunity on November 5th to vote for Constitutional State Suffrage for women, which if not voted for and carried at this time will place our state as being a "slack er" in the forward march of woman hood, and will likely cause Federal Suffrage to be fostered upon- our state. Therefore, I, W. H. Sullivan, Mayor of the City of Bogalusa, do urge every voter to appear at his voting precinct on November 5th and cast his ballot in favor of Woman Suf frage. The responsibility is upon the voters and as true followers of Democracy let's meet it and place Bo galusa, and help place Louisiana, on the plane of equal rights for all. W. H. SULLIVAN, Mayor. City Hall, October 22, 1918. 1» For Baled and Clean Newspapers £ - I y*} £ > • « ^ 1 J 5 , -M 7 5c per 100 lbs FOR CLEAN, UNBALED NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES ê t * Delivered to the Plant of the Bogalusa Company START SAVING YOUR OLD PAPERS NOW 2 « , « t a***,» * * * • I f 111 [ n i GIFTS FOR SOLDIER! j; Its time to select your Christmas Gifts, j j if you are going to display the co-opera Ü tion the government has asked of you. ■j Everyone is urged to buy all of their ! ji gifts NOW, except toys for the children. il GIFTS FOR THE BOYS IN SERVICE J ARE BEING FEATURED AT THIS STORE In fact yon can find more useful and timely gifts here—gifts which will be of great great service and highly appreciated— that are shown anywhere in the cite j Î WE ALSO HAVE AN UNUSUALLY FINE LINE OF PARISIAN IVORY WILLIAMS DRUG COMPANY, Inc. COLUMBIA STREET I Ht 1 1 11 mil | j —u s * I *4 * From Thé Sick Room To The Table The fly is no respecter of persons. 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