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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 31 December 1914

BOGALUSA EN ERPRISE 1. ... . . .BOGALUSA LOUISIANA, DECEMBER, 3!. NUBER NY CHANG6ES -- hý STHE POLICE ,ws Several Changes For n ;A Ietter And More Etlicient Service. T OFFICERS UN GUTY ' `t1 f of Police Cassidy has made L I changes and transfers in!, epartment, which are now in ' ong the changes it will be no- u at a night policeman will be J ty at the City Hall from 6 p. , 6 a. m. Several other import! changes have been made and' follows: cer T. A. MaGee is transferred the night force to the day ` and his beat shall be in North usa, and his hours shall be 7. a. m. until such time at as his presence is no longer r J. P. Burns is transferred the day force to the night C to accompany officer W. A. r Their hours shall be from to 6 a. m. and their beat E extend all along Columbia 1 the Company Quarters and I dsontown. er Strattman is to remain on t ay force, and his hours shall S6. a. m. to 6 p. m., and his shall be the same as that 1 led by Burns and Pierce. cer Williams is transfered ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 31 December 1914

PERSONAL MENTIONS INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS ABOUT YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS- WHO THEY ARE VISITING OR ENTERTAINING. Jack Fisher one of Bogalusa's well known young men left last week for Macon Ga. G, R. Stewart,of the Branch Commissary Spent Xmas with his parents at Liberty La. H, L. Gaddy a popular employee of the" GSL spoet Xmas with his mother at ..Bon4 Miss. H.W. Woolf and family will spend the holidays with relatives and friends in Brookhaven Miss. J. :, Maddox has; returned from a holiday trip which was spent at Hat tljhurg Miss. City Clerk J. H. Mims, and wife spent Xmas with relatives and friends in New Orleans. A Levert and wife of New Orleans spent Xmas with L E Levert, of the Bogalusa undry and family. Frank Rowell, manager of the Creosote prks spent the holidays with his parents nd friends in Louisville Ky. E. J, Levert and E, Budreaux, of the Bogalusa Laundry spent Xmas in New Orleans with friends. Fred Landryaccompaniedby MrsLandry are spending the holidays in Donaldsonvi...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 31 December 1914

ol Our Magic Cit Tgatre, e Magic City Theater offers a rare reat to the people of Bogalusa ( this veek. On Thursday, Friday I and Saurday nights they willhave feature\ Mrs. Blanchard highly recommerds the big feature Friday ni t ''Self Defense". Its a two real I p drama with the favor ite actors i the principal roles. On Saturday ght another installment of "Trey of Hearts" will be given. ioy Owen Dead Roy Owens, who was brought to the Boga'usa several days ago in a serious cgndition, suffering from in fiamation of the bowels, died Tues day morning at two o'clock. He was SThere Is No Excuse FOR SHABBY DRESSING. The appearence of any man goes a long ways and it pays to look neat and be well dressed. Clothes don't make the man but it has considerable weight at times and there is no reason why every man in Bogalusa is not well dressed when it is possible for you to get stylish good fitting clothes for only A' one ONE DOLLAR A WEEK ubs The prices are the lowest in Bogalusa and the credit...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 31 December 1914

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING %OGALUSA Issued Every Thursday At 104-106, Alabama Ave Bogalusa, Louisiana. CLYDE S. MOSS - - - - - OWNER-PUBLITHER SUBSCRIPTION RATS $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE.-PHONE 111 SALUTATION Happy New Year to all! The Enterprise is with you. We make no applogy for coming with the New Year. We feel no defi deuce in entering your homes. We are proud of being published in Bogalusa and we entend that you, too, shall share in that pride. Your interest is, and shall be, Our interest. This is Our City and we want you to feel that the Enterprise is Our Paper. It is Ours for in all tlhgs that make for the common good we will be as one with you. .f Independant, clean and fearles; the Enterprise will get the patron e necessary for its welfare, because it will deserve that patronage. Setting down naught in malice. sheilding nothing by favor, the i: terprise will be in truth and in fact a Newspaper worthy of the name W hen it ceases to be that may it also cea...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 31 December 1914

To eauifi , C ,ty1 ing with tne Cjy Beau tify that is being conducted in ladies of Franklinton it * is learn that contract have iwarded to H. E. Willis of this laying conc:ete sidewalks d the Court House Square. is the first step that will be toward the beautifying of the , and as soon as it is complet e grounds will be graded and ted out to shrubbery and flowers. ;vill be approximately three ed and fifty square yards of nt paving , Several Plans Drunk, regular session of the city Judge Ott presiding. was held ay morning, There were pleas guilty for plain drunk, y drew a fine of $10 and several minor case were arrain d not guilty and the cases set for Monday Jan 4 at 10 Stockstili Home Burned, residence of L. S. Stockstill, in Bo -Terrac,:, was destroyed by fire the rt of last week. The Stockstill were out of the city at the time of and their household effects were total loss. The building was a structure and valued at $1600. In of only $800 was carried on the and $J30 on the househ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 31 December 1914

Y. M. C. A. TO LMAKE 1915 A VERY BUSY YEAR With the advent of the New Year interest in the work of the Young Men's Christian Association is manifest. Never before in the history of the local organization have the members taken such vital concern in the carrying on of the activities in the various depart ments. Like similar organizations the Bogalusa Young Men's Christ ian Association is what the mem bers make it and with the renewed interest and spirit of helpfulness on the part of the Association's con stituancy, the work is taking a more prominant place in the com munity and is destined to secure greater results. RESOLVE NQW TO GET YOUR COCA COLA EACH DAY DURIN 915 You will find it the bdt drink---more than 5c worth of satidaction in each bottle BUY IT 'Y THE CASE You ca buy Coca Cola at all first class stores ird Bogalusa by the case at a great saving. Include a case when you order your groceries to-day. Coca Cola SBottling Works Phone 67 J. C. lilis, Mgr. I Save Monev On Your Fe...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 31 December 1914

:THE BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE Is one of the Best Equipped WEEKLY NEWSPAPER OFFICES In The State Of Louisiana All of the Machinery V And Appurtenances Were Purchased From The Dodson Printer's Suppy Co. Of Atlanta, Ga. i Their Prices and Service Were Right Id they landed the Order, i the market for Printer's Sup an injustice to himself if he does 'tes from the above mentioned :y will make the delivery on and give satisfaction in every __________________ I AGOIJIONAL PERSONALS (Continued from page 2) SM. H. Rykoski and wife spent Xmas in New Orleans with relatives. Geo. Prestage, of Folsom, was in the city this week visiting friends. Hal Lear of New Orleans is visiting his brother A. D. Lear the druggist. Dr. C. F. Amacker spent Christmas with friends in New Orleans. W. C. Flanders and wife spent Xmas with relatives in New Orleans. H. Carmichael enjoyed Chritmas with his parents at Claiborne La. G. M. Davidson and G. S. Sigler of the G S L Co spent Christmas with friends in New Orleans. W. ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 31 December 1914

______________-- I 3 1-2 PERCENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Fastest Growing Institution In Washington Parish e take this means of expressing our thanks to our friends and patrons who have made it possible for this bank to exceed our greatest ezpectations" We trust we have merited your business and our policy in the future will be the same as-the past. Courteous Treatment Efficient Service Ample Resources To those who have no accounts here we invite you to open a checking or savings account. We will be glad to discuss in vestments with you and assist you in any way that is in keeing with soxind banking principles. CAPITAL FULLY PAID IN $50,000 WASHINGTON BANK AND TRUST COMPANY J. B. LINDSLEY, PRES. AND CASH W. P. HALEY, ASST, CASHIER W. I. DANIEL, ASST. CASHIER W. S. BURRIS, Asst. CASHIER BANKS IN FRANKILTON---BOGALUSA---ANGIE. 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS m nu iilIII[ IIaminil i" 'Ir h1~~~ i i f mmnr  "'' PERSONAL MENTIONS INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS ABOUT YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBOR...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 7 January 1915

SBOGALUSA ENTERPRISE VOLUE .BOGALUSA LOUISIANA, JANUARY 7. " PAPER MILL TO RFfPFN qnnN !NIN'cR U.inna IAAI--- - -- ~ ~inun L---  om mnun mu l'm l ,. P[R MILL TO RE[OPENI SOON AND WILL RUN FUL BLASTi After Iebing ('losed For Over A Year It Will Resume Operation Giving 150 Men Employment New General Manager Coming Jan, 13th. That conditions in Bogalusa are rapidly improving and that a few more weeks will find it the busiest city in the state is further confirmed I by the announcement that the/ Louisiana Fibre Bxard Ca. will be gin operation as soon as the con templated improvements can be made. This announcement comes from Col. Wright, President of the Co. It is also announced that Mr. I G. H. Wood, of the River Raisin Pa- i per Co. of Monroe, Mich.,will be Vice i 'President and General Manager of 1 I the concern. Mr. Wood is expected t, to arrive in Bcgalusa on January v 15th. to make several improvements I and changes. He comes recom- I ai mended as one of the best paper E mill ope...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 7 January 1915

S .... c.:,- whn is attend. Dr. R. H. Stewart of Varnado was M business visitor Monday. ing: -hor: Dr. and Mrs. Alford left Tuesday for a visit to friends at Murdock La. Mis Mr. Linsley McElroy and family A.' are visiting friends in New Orleans. Mr. B. A. Johnson and family has to i moved to Fernwood Miss. sid vil Mrs. J. Zaretsky, of New Orleans, is visiting Mrs. M. Strug of Columbia road. sp Mr J, F Bynum of Sun La. spent Sur&"pi with his daughter Mts" W. F. Sterns. S Mr. J. H. Tomson, a successful mill operator of Angie La., was a business visitor to our city Saturday. c Mrs. F. C. Seal, of 4th, St. left Mon day to visit her asnt Mrs. V. Placnhe at Covington La. Mrs. M. Planche of Covington is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. M, Planche of 4th. St. Miss Sarah Ellen Pearce left Tues day to resume her course at Hamil ton College, Lexington, Ky. to Ne' Prosperous New Year To All SICKNESS IN S. L from a Your Family Lydi If not a present it is almost certain to come sooner or later and ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 7 January 1915

AT~I Coutinued f,m page 2 Ir.Quincy Joffrion is the gues is brother, on Ave. E. Mr.L F. Larrison of Pleasant Hill, Spent Sunday in Mandeville. rs. A R. Munson Jr. was a visitor to New Orleans on Monday. . E. Weber has returned to Bo sa, from a visit to Lutcher, La. M. B. Bergeron of Little Buffalo terained the Bridge Club on. ,Wdesday last. gyo Zula Spring has returned to le Orleans after visiting relatives f the Xmas holidays. D.H. Middleton returned Satur ay from a visit with relatives and iods in Sabine Parish. ecy. Valadie of the Chamber of amnierce has returned from a JIness trip in New Orleans. ML and Mrs. Rufus Breitling will move into their new Bungalow in nth Bogalusa within the next week i Mr. 0. W.1 Perry, rrepresentin lip Werlein Ltd. of New Orleans, in the City Saturday on busi : Cassidy, Supt. of the Warner 's Camp, was in Bogalusa Sun "iy visiting his brother J. H. Cassi 4y and family. S Lacy Dickerson has returned 1wIm New Orleans where he went to im that the Cres...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 7 January 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALA. AVE. BOGALUSA, LA. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 CLYDE S. MOSS. .... - - OWNER-PUBLISHER KING COTTON KING NO LONGER. King Cotton has lost the affection of his people. It is said that in the ante bellum days the planters of the South "bought more darkies to raise more cotton and raised more cotton to buy more darkies," and for many years after the Civil war the share system of renting and the cred it system of yearly advances held the entire Southland in the deadly grip oithe one crop idea-and Cotton was King indeed. Inefficient labor and costly style of living were followed by the ine vitable sequence that the South, raising the fleecy staple only, bought what it's people had to have in order that they might live. What was true of the South, has been doubly true of Louisiana North and East Louisiana raised Cotton-South Louisiana raised sugar cane-and South West Lo...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 7 January 1915

ii d Hd Meeting, i.hjgington Parish Medical " their regular monthly I the Y. M. C. A. building Y afternoon when in k h. read and dis re were several out of in attendance. 20,_ation while Dr. E. A. iSecretary. The meetings the first Wednesdays of you think of a d full weight iturally think of S. Anderson Phone 247 You Want .ve money i touch with this We will, save ey on every pur made here. us Levin That Saves You Money ANT HILL atch I For An rtant ouncement At this store ISCARBOROUGH merland Street earance s Not Make The Man But it goes a long way towards making the t Impression will always have the right appear if you are clothed by us. We:also handle a full and Fresh Line Otoes, Dry Goods, Notions and Lea Goods. A. K. Beall Louisiana Ave. Epworth Era Night. A most interesting program has been planned for the devotional hour of the Senior Epworth League of the Methodist Church on Sunday evening at six thirty o'clock. The occasion being Epworth Era Night. The service will be opene...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 7 January 1915

BANK PRESIDENT GETS FIRST COMPLETE COPY Has The Distinction :()f IIaving First Enterprise. To J. B. Lindsley, President of Washington Bank & Trust Co., fell the honor of obtaining the first cor rected copy of the Bogalusa Enter prise as it came from the press. This copy is now on exhibition in the window of the Washington Bank & Trust Co. Mr. Lindsley is kind enough to say-"This is a trophy of which I am proud, I regard the birth of the Enterprise as marking a new era in the history of Boga lusa; it is an impetus in our growth that will push us on faster towards the city of our dreams; a Bogalusa of 25000 people, electric street cars, paved streets and walks, city hall beautiful and all the manifold improvements of which we are already possessed of some; the Bogalusa of our dreams that is and is to be. This original first correct ed copy of the Enterprise I shall safe-guard and in future exhibit to the curious as marking the begining of the era of the 25000 and the end of th...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 7 January 1915

.wish As She Is Spoken," with a box. and the is boxes, f is plural of ox should be oxen, W fowl is a goose, but two Scalled geese. pluralof moose :huld never b called meese. I -y find a lone moue- or a wole nest of mice, i gi plural of house i- houses e hice. Is .plural of man is always called ,uiln't the plural of pan be clled pen? cw in the plural may be called 0ws or kine, sbow if repeated is never called rb ei the plural of vow is vows, never 1 Vine. Ipk of a foot and you show me I your feet, I gi you a hoot, would a pair a Sbe called beet? is a tooth and a whole set s. teeth, shouldn't the plural of booth alled beeth? isingular is this and the plural isthese, the plural of kiss ever be Awse? one would be that, and two[ would be those, aktinthe plural would never be bhose. the plural of cat is cats not ` itk of a brother and also of though we say mother, we never may methren. the masculine pronouns are h , his and him, aagine the feminine she, shis gid shim. the English, I t...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 7 January 1915

PI sONAI IoN E. L Middleton has recovered from accute indegestin. Mrs. G. N. Rogers is in New Orleans visiting relatives and friends. M. D. Pierce, of New Orleans, was in Bogalusa this week. H. P. Ledoux will leave Sunday for his country home as Lacour La. Miss Elma Sykes spent New Years with Miss Ruth Crockett of Slidell. Building Material Of Every Description When you go to build you will save time and worry by com ing here. This store is prepared to furnish every article needed for your building from the ground to the roof. And its the only store in Bogalusa that can supply all your building wants, Saw Mill Equipped To Compete In Prices Our mill is now equipped to give you any kind of lumber you may desire for your Building and we would be glad to con vince you that we can save you money. BOGALUSA MILL & SUPPLY CO. N. B. We are SELLING Victrolas on easy terms: Better get yours now, Get That Suit Cleaned And Pressed Now You will be surprised at their appearence when the yare r...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 14 January 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE BOGALUSA LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1915. NUNDRE 3 TERPRISE LAUNCHES A BI1 PROFIT-1SHARIN CAMP&IGN SOn page of this issue of the En-! - tprise, appears an announcement I which no doubt will be heralded as "n of the most liberal and preten dous profit sharing campaigns ever ttemped in this parish. The Enterprise wants subscribers 0 many of them, and is willing to pay I handsomely for them. On March 20th, just about two months from now, someone is going ga toreceive a fiive passenger Ford tic Touring Car, and the best part of it w. i,that not one c.ut cash is needed gE to secure it, re The plan i; his; For every palidl C subscription turn'te in at the office Cl ofthe EntErpri.e, votes will be is- of soed as schedules on another page ofa this issue, and 0.1 Saturday March" gth, the person haviug the largest c aumber of votes will receive abso- L Fltely free the five passenger car. lit Simple isn't it? Jo But then that isn't all. To the h person having the ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 14 January 1915

BEAN CGOINC WOULf BE VERY PHDFITABLE.S Interesting letter From Harry I), Wilson About It The Enterprise is in reciept of a letter from H. D. Wilson of Roseland La. regarding the planting of beans. Mr. Wilson is of the belief that they would prove a very profitable crop. He says., I am of the opinion that we can grow 15 to 20 bushels to the acre either before or after some other crop as the bean is a Legume and helps to build up our soils., I am sure this can be made one of our most profitable crops. I hope our farmers will look into this matter very carefully and see if it will not open up a new business. I tam also inclosing you a copy of let ter from Ignatus Grass Co of New York in reference to growing beans." SThe letter mentioned is as follows. Dear Sir:-Please let us know by return mail which part of your state is the most advantageous for the growing of the variety of Beans samples of which we are sending you under seperate cover. We are sending you three different varieties a...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 14 January 1915

J, Y. Sanders Jr. Ho0e J. Y. Sanders Jr., the well known attorney who left Bodalusa ftly before Christmas t spend ýblidays with friends and relat .' and who later bdeame serious jat Napoleonville, arrived in galusa Tuesday night and while little weak he is able tti resume vork. The Young Men's Social Club is neame of a new organization with club rooms in the Headley uilding, It starts on with 46(i mem hr The officers are H. M. Headley Pre; M. Lephold V. P; R. D. Moore sty. They have a state charter. (Adv. *It( f11 DRINK : Coca A F Cola L L L L SN In Bottles Y Pure Sand Wholesome BOGAL USA COCA COLA BOTTLING CO1 a MORE COOL WEATHER Will soon be here and it is liable to catch you with very little ml. Its best to be on the safe side and be ready to look the Gldest day of the year in the face with a smile, so as a suggestion we advise you to keep on "friendly" terms with your coal box ad when it begins to get low Phone Five Nine and we will send you any amount you de aire as soon as it ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 14 January 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING' BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALA. AVE. BOGALUSA, LA SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 CLYDE S. MOSS - . . . . . - OWNER-PUBLISHER THE ROAD QUESTION, At a recent meeting the Police Jury of Washington Parish agreed to centralize the working of the public roads of the Parish by employing a Road Supervisor to have control of the entire road system of the Parish and to be responsible to the Jury for the proper upkeep of the same. This was taken as a good omen by all the good roads enthusiast of the parish, for it was believed that under this system the people would get something for the road taxes that they pay .i It was tentatively -greed by the Jury that the new system would be put into operation by the first of the year. SAt the meeting held in the early part of this mouth it developed that the Jury had forty odd applications for this "job" before them and they adjourned without electing any one. It is...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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