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^volume 8 . ___ AND AMERI CAN bÔGÀLUSA7lA~ THURsSaY, JLLY 13, 1922; NUMBER 29. Jjogalusa Is Best [Ji Alabama Camp « following letter received by ^Enterprise from the boys of Bo t * 1 r.valry Troop A in training jj?,rSSton- Ala., will be of £Lt to our readers : #7 the present writing we have ** t National Guard outfit in have hopes of taking all and having the best troop, ^have a nice camp site up m a, -contain* with « hot sun all day uTniee cool breeze at night. fL, McClellan is situated in the Sills of the Blue Ridge moun vith an altitude of 300 to 2000 St The camp has a wonderful wa _ irmnlv. which is piped from Cold wonderful wa ped froi ight and ^ southeast of Anniston. ^Springs about'eight and a half '!* ..«thonsf of Anni 'flows about thirty-four This, ^ I(0WS ........ . mil Sollons of pure, sparkling water twenty-four horn -. We have fSauning pool. basPball diamond, Sound, tennis court, gymnasium Jtiie Hostess House where dancer, «held approximately twice a week, -fe are even more interested in wine up' as the best outfit in fill now, after Col. Sullivan's talk ilfrtnen just before we left home. L gullivan made us a little talk Jt before we entrained, passed gUld the cigars and told us he was j»to entertain us at a banquet if ggft home with the honors. Tell gardiner to get ready for us', and f cook any beans. 'feWill certainly appreciate news home and will be glad to receive ■ of The Enterprise. •fjile Mitchell, Elmer Smith, Mar gjbley and Anthone missed the in Birmingham and had to * their way to camp. It is ru that they "spotted" a good .„girl down the street and while to investigate the train pulled : *0nr address is now "Troop E, j Cavalry, La. X. G., Camp Mc _ __b, Alabama." 'Private Bill Brown very mysteri j got let at Twenty-seventh ave in Meridian, Miss., and for some it was about four hours be he was found. Might mention Private Brown is sure around i private Robert Young is laboring the impression that it is only "itate institutions" that they little ones out of big ones." ~tr, he has been very hard at tryitig to reduce thte large rocks in our company street into ___while Private Lacy Richard- is trying to find out who it was left all those over-sized "alley laying around." -o 00 IS ADDED TO CHURCH FUND D. T. D. Ellis of Louisville, Ky., of the Board of Church ■on of the M. E. Church, South, Sunday morning leaving on the 1 oon train for another appoint ; PP ir. SB. is executive secretary of board whichhSdles two or three ! '-«i n i x, . f j ' , j »of trust funds and w'as very --- — unhesitatingly W the local church a substantial *D. I ^contract for the new Metho Church will probably be let in ten woork will probably start on church wihin Ä i u ft f Soon \-tî Ur * h r T" C ° S i 930,000, without fixtures and Y REPORT ON SWAMP ROAD • top a fcros° r th Ir Rester wdl ______ - , . - .vamp early •orning and will take pleasure to public the information. ®e event the Rester garage is ..•»fence. This serv until the gravel road is j *« and connected with the you can reach Mr. Rester at . ■ one of the best good j ai ^■Rester is Wers in this section and he toe daily report on the i «1° x "'' R ^> e of convenience oiufort to motorists. Stone Entertains Sinners' Bridge Club 01 T s°r!l a5 ' T aft ornoon Mrs. R. E. •IiCTtfully entertained the th#»« ?' nners ' Bridge Club «.following quests present: jm°n Davis, Mrs. M. C. Rilev, Manley, Mrs. \. B Wells City Jeanette Maxwell of Kan « »r<T e vr WOn ^ >v ^ ,rs - Peyton W - e^ rs 'i M. Hutchinson, 'em, i . lmonts: were served "••elusion of the games. £V« R G , UESTS ^ of Mississippi • Rive a tea at her home ^Wernoon, from 4 to 5,! young ladv of Mag llS *' ' ' NEWEST ENTERPRISE HAS ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY m « .>■ Above is the float of the Bogalusa Farm Products Company as it appeared in the parade here on July 4th. The display on the truck consisted of green beans and blackberries which were canned by the local plant. The good-looking gentleman is Superintendent Ratcliffe of the canning plant. The float took third prize and the management received • congratulations from the stockholders for entering the truck. ft ; X°t"B± X e p rvfsit Col Today Col. A. C. Goodyear, president of the Great Southern Lumber Com-} f iany, is expected to arrive in Boga u . . _ Jrnt terirts y * * ft buS1 ess Colonel Goodyear returned last F 11 n. v !iu ÄÜ ^ • - L . , , ■ . ,, - f»nndiHnn«j in rmintrir*« Business Women Will Collect Subscriptions H - year and the results were'so sâtisfac tory that they decided to call off all (benefits for the year and to confine their money-raising efforts to the one plan. r rv 1 o Fntprnri^o «lUnw* tbp ladies ne enterprise aito»s the lauies -, - , , _ t h «n a thousand subscribers to Tne Enterprise are now delinquent, and a clubhouse^ sent a dumber of dele lîates to the sSt? convention and J^ tes t0 , r" e 1 0 __________l a 'this week they have a representativ at the national meeting. If your subscripion to The Enter prise is due. members (know Lee ... Ane ^ nc V" is nue. pay it to ore o t beis of t e club. f you do_ lot one, jou may phone Mrs. Z. . . and she will have a représenta Miss Conerly Weds Cecil Mitchell On July Fourth and Miss Wilda Coner!'. Cecil 10 .from dence of Dr. T. W. Mitchell, both of Tylertôwn, spent the 1 30 that night they slipped away ,m the crowded park to the res: nce ?*■ j Aa Pleasant Hill and were married. The ; Hi" I announcement of their marriage was a surprise to everyone, even nearest " ' relatives doubted the story until the , marriage license was presented as , positive proof. I XT M J SS * W L ,da 18 r S A'fl r f N. Fortenberiy of Alabama a e > .and was a guest here W months ago and made a host of tr endsi n ( the younger set of the city, with whom she was very popular. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell will reside ; in Tylertown, Miss. Mrs. Bonney Hostess to Original Bridge Club Mrs. R. L. Bonney was hostess to the Original Bridge Club on Tues day afternoon, entertaining at her home on Avenue B. Mrs. E. J. Dreyfus of New Orleans Willis were guests of the and Mrs, club. First prize was won by Mrs. M. C. fus. An ice course was served after 1 the games. I ! Judge Brunot To Open His Campaign For Supreme Court Bench in Bogalt^sa . ' In this issue we carry an announce , ment from Judge H. F. Brunot, of is a candidate for Supreme Court Judge of this state to succeed Honorable O. O. Provosty, who - announced that he will not be a can didate for re-election. 1 Judge Brunot, without doubt, is one of the ablest judges in the state. ujl „ e Ä7 District Judge 'oT the Twenty^ ond Judicial District Court, in which capacity he has served for more than j ^° n ' he ha f/ tr >? d a " d decided al J* j *. e cases affecting the now er s and dutlcs °/ , state of ? lcers and stat f pi emmental agencies arising during (that time all of which, under the mus ^ tried at tb.e state capital, Judt , p Rrllnot . a Heeisinns 1., nil n f tho appeals w'ere made. These cases involved technical otoher governmental agencies and the le « aht v of their qrders, particularly thp orders of the Public Service Com mission affecting: railroads, teh cranh. niission affecting railroads, tele graph, telephone and water transportation [facilities. A large number of cases concerning assessment, taxation and [political rights of state-wide impor ,t ance are necessarily triable at the : £eat g 0Vernme nt. The importance -A L 0 . nr .„ i Business Women's Club j Ho!d8 Buxines. Meeting ' The Business ar.d Professional i 1 Women'^Chib^eld*their re-mlar'hut! day njgh t, July 11. A wire from Miss i ! Beatrice Mason, who is attending the! iNational Convention of Business and, ; Professional Wome n's Clubs, held in Ch tt ri epressed how'wonder-'mand. lfuHy the invention was progressing and that the souvenirs sent by the , , f u *""' cl "b "surpassed" all' "those "of j I other clubs, and even at this eaviy i hour everyone was talking of Boga-i ] usa and jt s Business and Profession Women > s Club> ( Aft the regular mee ting, every joined in a delight ful swim in |' v w r X --- ; pool, dainty refreshments were served. , . , I after which ! _ u 0 No New Developments I p p c},, rmpr . QFriL-^tion. ln K. I\. onopmen OtriKe _ T , _________ ' There are no newdeyehopments tae nation-wide ra ■> - ' v . ncàring thTend of the second teek! ! The N. O. G. N. has ms operation of all trains time, while those affected maintained "the - I, a en -cneau.t j e'-ted by the; 1 the days at home or t,...ng Jfic.i luc «-, I at fishing. ar.d training which no other district judge in the state has had. ' " «Vi especially admriable. for «ment is ------—.......... the.Th* law and order forces in his dis hastrict have found in him an earnest. consistent champion. Bootlegging! land kindred crimes have been stern ly suppressed and the laws relating ; thereto rigidly enforced by nim. wicxt,«, n tux IUIWIW u ...... iNeverthelVsTwhen the'pccadon wa£ rants it, he has shown that he knows how to temper justice with mercy. " Brunot was born in 1861 ft f ° T ^ than tWCn ' r . • ,, , • be a one of the most igorous men He exceptionallywellr^d and » a t ;ro fou*, d student of the law. Tms, courkd with his unouestioned Der peri ence of a quarter of a century on the district bench, renders him pe Thursday night or Friday morning and hold a meeting in the City Hall Friday night. July 14, at 8 p m The public is nvited to attend. The Judge public is a very pleasing gentleman and an hour or so of entertainment will be enjoyed. The ladies should not for get that they should attend these! meetings. It is hoped that a large crowd will be nresent. T u„ mu ^ Local Troops Go On AnnuM Training Trip A special train Cuvulrv carrying c avairy 'Troop A left Bogalusa iast Saturday for a "rf *?r *• training camp at Anniston, Ala. When the train left Eogalusa wcre members of the troop aboard with Captain Robert Magee in com « ~ H •* i ■ J m train left ^Bogaîusa there ibers of the trooD aboard Captain Holt, U. S. army |structor, accompanied the boys on the A large nujnber of friends and relatives gathered at the depot to them off. . -_o__— Legion to Select Delegates S S At Meeting Monday Night _ a cnecial rreetine of the Maeic Citv Post of the American Legion will be held next Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock for the purpose of selecting n nc . delegates to the state "conven which will be held at Baton ß ouge on August IT-19. Commander 'Fr ; fnd and Adjutant Rich urge that r -v, '-v member attend in.c'-J m ember attend. Tf -- i„ <- an , mus t get into the bootlegging business, let 'us hope he 'S"lî-" better stuff than some of his — « -opiates now in it.—New York i ' Tribun (Fo-o .. h une • •Pork" legislation may be the poli meat. but it is the taxpayer's —Asheville Times. ' Jim Crown, accredited with being, the best city editor on any Southern'of paper, had a feature story in Sun- j day s Nsw Orleans States on Mayor Sullivan. Mr. Crown has. never met | Ttic ef ai*w fi»Am hie tn-n rm his stor >' from his year's experi ----' jiï — ---- about our ence :n handling copy .. . Mr. Crovvn attributes ®V c 5f ss .°^. 5,°? a i? sa 0 a ?i d her people ?d the fact that Mr. Sullivan believes > in making living conditions good, to , „ __ ^ ____________ _____ ! take some time to play—.but trying to do York. Keeping everyone h a PPv around him was given as the ' JrCÄl C ° mmunit y | __ W E Farris, general manager of j v N O G. N. in a letter to Presi dfnt JH Cassidy of the Bogalusa J Farm Products Company, beheveg *i,o is ^ne of the best secHon Shed f0r the i" Mk Farris has' alreadv rendered! valuable co-operation to the local, 1 velopment of the lands around Bo-' ga i us;a wi u be greater than aify divi dend the plant K can possibly pay in! ca ,h. Following is his letter, whicji j ______ __________ w j]] b e of interest to all : i . Mr. J. H. Cassidy, President, Boga lusa Farm Products Company, Bo galusa, La. Dear Mr. Cassidy:— Replying to your letter of the 5th b "^ _ ibut 1 am anxious to see the canningj v,^,„ =0 ,,f th»» ! you herewith my hundred dollars to amount of Canning Company' stock. I am not expecting any large re turn on this investment. I perhaps !£ om P®"y succeeo becau.-e ot tne j . , j ts caP acity wm nave iu u. enlarged and I know this j b t ___i living along the line and to the people I !jJ e ® alnSï'company^s tV be oAeàll , , A ___ -A. have u " t 0 be in-!™"' be done without additional ! i y ours ver -- truly. W. E. FARRIS. -o Ladies Drive to Nashville I ! _ j and Back in Ford Carj - M r? - c - w * Davidson and sister, Mrs. J. I. Waller have established a [record for long distance d rmng They drove from Bogalusa to Nash ville, Tenn., and returned without trouble any kind, not even having a, puncture on the entire trip, no en pine trouble and the only expense ;the car. except oil and gas. was the [purchase of a f,an belt. They have convinced the citizens of this vicinity that ladies can make ^tours wthout | [fear of bad roads and'engine trouble. ! Mrs. Davidson and Mrs. Waller \t«cVi,.iv,q ^«,1 orvixmfi left Nashville Thursday and arrived in Bogalusa Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Davidson attended a conference of the Baptists held in Nashville. J®* ns » Mr and Mrs r. Davis of New 0rleans ' Mr ' and Mrs> Char,es Lauf ' Bienn-Fishman Wedding Sunday The marriage of Jacob Bienn, brother of D. Bienn, to Miss Mina Fishman of Kansas City, Mo., was solemnized at the Elks' Home at 2:30 Sunday afternoon in the presence of a hundred or more relatives and friends. A decorated elevated canopy was placed at the end of the lodge room, J which made a beautiful altar where Rabbi Goldberg tied the nuptial knot, j Mrs. Fannie Fishman, mother of [the bride, gave her daughter away in j marriage, and Ben Bienn was grooms | man. Mrs. Y'oung at the piano, as sisted by Dr. S. Fellman on the vio j lin, played the wedding march. The ; ceremony was the usual one in ac jcordance with the Hebrew' reliogion. J Following the ceremony there was 'a reception at the Elks' Home, fol lowed by another at the home of Mr. ! and Mrs. D. Bienn. The happy couple left Sunday aft ernoon for a honeymoon which will ;be spent on the Gulf Coast, after which they will return to Bogalusa where they will reside. The bridegroom is well known in Bogalusa where he has hundreds of friends. He is associated with his brother, D. Bienn, the enterprising furniture dealer of Columbia street. The bride was a guest of J.Goldman one of the best known merchants on Columbia street, whom she has been visiting for several weeks. Misfe Fish man is quite popular with the young er set in this city. The Enterprise joining the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bienn in wishing them nothing but happi ness. Following were among the out-of town guests who attended the wed ding: - Mrs. Fannie Fishman, mother of the bride, St. Louis; Mrs. Bert hold Silverman, sister of the bride, St. Louis: Mr. and Mrs. W. Carp of New Orleans, Ben Bienn of New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. I. Weiner of New Or er of New Orleans, Miss Rose Weiner of New Orleans, Miss Florence Sil verman of St. Louis, Mr. and Mrs. M. Bowsky of New Orleans, Mr. and, Mrs. J. Friedman of New Orleans, Mrs. R. Bernstein of New Orleans, Mr and Mrs. A. Zilberman of New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bernstein Columbia, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. J. j Carp of Picayune, Miss.; H. Scharff of Nashville, Tenn. | " BOGALUSANS SEE Bogalusa citizens who went to Covington Sunday for the automo bile races report that Fernandez Cle ! Twelve,*fnd Henry 1 Baker! a^ed^lS! TWO KILLED IN RACE . . ,'y ere r ^ 1 " e l J" st . * J*«? [time before the races were to start. the car some rsaulted. When specta tors rushed from the grandstand they found dementi dead and Baker un conscious, and he died before med ical aid a ^ ived . Both men were resi Hpnt«; nf New Orleans 1° ' £ ____ 0 Plenty Of Refreshments; Rooms 500 Marks a Day Laftman, who returned last ______from a visit to several European countries, states that the manner in which the. people of Germany are working is amazing. He says every man, woman and child is at tvork and that if the currency of that country was on a sound basis it would soon be normal. Mr. Laftman further reports that the automatic machinery in op eration at some of the big plants he visited is more than amazing—that one would hardly believe what he sees. Mr. Laftman said that five cents American money will buy a lot of marks, something like a hundred. He had a 50 bill changed into marks and said he could not get it all in his pockers. However, the bark goes pretty easy, for he stated his room cost him 500 marks a day. __ _ , _____ * T he German mark was formerly — > -° u «" * hun - —™----- ---- . many that men were meeting the train selline cognac, cirgarettes and dred for a nickel Mr. Laftman said that as soon as the train crossed the line into Ger train selling cognac, cirgarettes chewing gum, and following this man was another selling ice cold Pilsner jbeer. ». Mr. Laftman reports th»t he eti joyed the trip very much, but is glad to get back to Bogalusa. Mr. Laftman stated the reports [about tourists being robbed in Ger m any by being, charged exhorbitant prices is without the slightest -foun dation All foreigners are charged an additional tax of 2a per cent, but (W ith the tax added, most everything is several hundred per cent lower than in America. As stated above, on.rooms with bath in the leading hotels cost about $2 per day. Mr. Laftman also purchased a straw hat at a few [cents more than a dollar. On arriv mg in Chicago he ^sired to pur^ase a new one and picked out one similar to his German hat and was charged tr.. „ .. —.k«. in.TQnnx. $8. He gave a number of instances to prove conclusively that an Atner .ican dollar will buy more in Germany [than five will here.