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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 3 June 1915

Let Your Money Work For You There never was a man that became wealthy by savings. There are plenty wof people who can save and are satis- T t:ed t:, get a little interest on their SlIoi;e. Men who ha e made a sue cess have invested their savein:;s a.,l then reinvested their profits. Hou. lung do you think it would require \eu, to save to be worth the amount of .o;ne of the citizens of this Parish? Y'u would not do it in a life time. The Best Investment offered to the people of Bogalusa for their savings is in the Building and Loan Assocation. This Assocation has averaged a 10 per cenit dividend. Money invested in this stock is abso lutely safe. The careful and progress ive manner insures you, that your div Sidinds will keep increasing. This stock is sold on such easy terms that every man woman and child in Boga- t lusa shold own stock. + For particulars ask e BOGALUSA BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION .j ,",t, ,0BBS, Sec'y,-Treas. Washington Bank & Trust Co. Bldg, L. DOUO.LAS Y la !...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 3 June 1915

BOGALUSA'S PROFESSONAL DIRECTORY C. ELLIS OTT ATTORNEY-AT-LAW T Office in the City Drug Store Building ::::: Upstairs. BOGALUSA, LA. SANDERS & SANDERS . LAW OFFICES Washington Bank and Trust Building. BOGALUSA, LA. Will Practice in State and Federal Courts. BENJ. M. MILLER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office Over the Post Office BOGALUSA, LA. E. A. PIERCE, M. D. GENERAL PRACTICE Hours 8 to 11 a. m. 2to4p.m. OFFICE IN WILLIAMS' DRUG STORE Columbia St. PHONE 97. The Best He Could Do. When Christine Neison made her concert tour in the United States in 1884, Signor Brignoli sang with her. He caused much amusement when he came forward in a Missouri town to apologize for Neilsson's indisposi tion. Madame Nilsson ees a leettle horse, he sai4. Noticing a ripple of laughter among the audience, he repeated 'the statement that Nilson was a leettle horse. She has a leettle colt. Whereupon a facetious occupant of the gallery brought down the house by remarking: Well, then, why don't you trot her out ? Br...

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

After strangling her year old daughter to death, and trying to strangle her four year old son Francis, Mrs. Charlotte O'Neil of Brooklyn killed herself last Wed nesday. She was found in her bed room with a bullet hole through the heart, with her two children beside her. The boy was revived by arti fcial respiration. J p. Jackson, of New Orleans, bas in his possession, what is be lieved to be a prehistoric relic, in the shape of a man with a turtle bead and neck. "The petrified boy" a. Mr. Jackson calls it, is forty  ches high, fifteen inches across the j~ ilders, and has arms reaching a few inches below the waist. Some Me of the opinion that such mon aosities lived on land years ago, *iile others claim that it was S phibious. rerd . ' - - .-. " 'Thomas A. Edison, has perfected ghi telescribe, a combination by which a telephonic conversation LIVE WIRE B ISINESS FIRMS - WHO WANT YOUR TRADE You will find it to your interest to watch these columns each week. T hese firms will give you ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 3 June 1915

"What Do You Get For Your Labor ? BOARD, clothes and an occasional "good time"-is that all? Why not begin now to make preparation f. r future comforts and necessities-things you will want and need when you reach the period in life where you + are unable to earn as you do today? To accomplish this isn't it important that you give the same degree of care to ccanservin; and protecting your income that you give to prodcucing it? In fact, insofar as your future is concerned, isn't your yearly accumu lation of greater importace than your yearly income? For conserving an.I prtectin: this income, increasing ,ýyour accumulati'jn, no ojthe, p!an is so safe, so syste-. matic so produ.:tive of re=:Uis as a savings account with W±ASHINGTON BANK , & TRUST (t. BOGALUSA----ANGIE----FRANKLINTON , 4s.W.. f' ....__..______._.._.__...____.__________________.:... .+:+ SANDERS MAKES ATTACK; (Continnfll on Page 7) machine and for the machine, or a government by the people and for the people. If either...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 17 June 1915

1- i BOGA LUSA ENTERPRISE 7 A-- -.---- ----- - - ------ ---~---- __ ______________ -- --BOGALUSA, LOU ISIANA, ý.T A1l OGALUTSA: LOUISIANA. THURSDAY. JNE 17, 1915. IWER 26 ýý...- - IIIIA #%M1 A11 1.&a"imP fan I n lm Uvan lnnl rI rrn I iE AITTENOEO BYLAR[ NUMBER Of MERICHANIS' t promises to be )i f rte attended meetilIn' of the city Sin history of 1C,,:,dlu a will ld next WednesdIy a ftern on the City fathers w'!! discuss -Pal ownership. of rhet sewer waterorks; improvll U of the purchasing of thti school and the erectioH, of a city No definite action will be towards these improvements purchases but the business and *nal.men will be given an ty to make suggestions state their views. Following IISION OF FRLNK CSE Will MOST LlKELY IE ANNOUNCEO DURINGTHE PRESENT WEEK anta, Ga., June 14.-The testi- -c y for and against Leo M. Frank, ;, bh w1 presented at his trial on d charge of murderiog Mary Pha h and in subsequent co0rt pro- s ,was exhaustively reviewed t Gov. Slaton at Monday's s...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 17 June 1915

O4yl Drug Store I4daks and / -.. s Supplies Taking anal making pictures of the children and your ''trips' will be a joy to you now and in the future. And you night as well have good pictures; you will if you b by your kodaks and suspplies from us. We do a'bfg photo supply business: that's why our goods ate fresh. Williams' Drug Store PHONE 97 ' COLUMBIA ST. FRAN ULNTON Herbert Babington, who has been attending Millsapis college at Jack son, for the past year came home Friday to spend his'summer's vaca tion. Earl Simmons, te'ephone mana at Monroe is here for a three week's visit with relatives tnd friends. T. J. Magee, who alas just gradu ated with honors at L. S. U. is spending his vacatihi at home. Miss Florence Foil entertained a few of her friendy at Rook on Fri day evening, afteO which refresh ments were served. Misses Addie nd Bertha Sim mons of Bogalus4 were guests last week of Mesda s T: J. Simmons and J. E. Wood. PEL GRA CAN BE CURED S.rers of this disease need not feer re...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 17 June 1915

IY ISSUE NOTE TO HE AMEICAN PEOPLE .o sStatesen Shouhd llHe S 1filling 'l o i u fterr Ior Any Mistalk' Malei Probably the rnmost marvelous ;tmation that has re;ulted from Jibpublication of the text of the aPte is that William J. Bryan. who gneJ his position a- secretary ~state because he would not sign ais now opposirg before the coun a note in which every essential icular is the same as that .ch he signed and dispatched on Sy 15. The calamitous warlike ggestions regardin the character the note which Mr. Bryan threw it in advance of its publication in plaing the reasons for his resig atjoaL are in no sense borne out. I It now clef r:y ap: e irs that 'r. yan only objected because presi SWillson would not put into it s and the German pol.cy of delay iid warning to American citizens to stay off of merchant ships carry jg ammunition. y(tliam Jennings Bryan. in an appaladdressed "to the American am " asks them to hear him be be they pass sentence on his lay Sdown the portfolio of secreta...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 17 June 1915

BOGALL-SA ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED |N ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 CLYDE S. MOSS . . . OWNER.PUBLISHER F Entered as second-clasermatter IDecember 31, 1914. at the Postfl:ee at Bogalusa - Lrisiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. F TWISTING THE TRUTH A philosopher orce said that the strong admit defeat, while the 1 weak never do. The antics of the Allied Press of the Orleans Oligarchy % anent the late Sund9 ry Bill strongly support the wise man's conclusion. E We have read them all: the bellowings of bombastic Boh's own little t organ, the pitiful appeals of the pacific Pic and the lurid out cries of i the irritated Item And the reading has inspired us with much amaze ment mingled with contempt. f 4 the fight over the call for the convention the points at issue were clear ut, the victory no less so. 'The Sundberry Bill was an administra- I tion measure. It w,;s backed by the administratio...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 17 June 1915

$1 Per Month Per thare Gets You This Stock Tiink of. being able to buy stock in an ± aýoriation that has paid an annual dividend Of 10 per-cleent per annum at such terms! There is no reason why every man won an and child in Bogalusa should not own one cr more share of this stock. The money will v ver be missed and at the end of the second ytar you will have your stock paid for and a nice div idend Mighty fine investment for the young. A little invested each month will be enough for you to take your course in college. To the young man who some day wants to live his own home there never was such an oppohtunity. Call and let us explain the simple way in which you can save money and get toe best dividends ever offered for your savings. BOGALUSA BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION I At DOIIS, Sec'y.-Treas. Washington BankI Trust Co. Bldg. He-So your dear count was lunded? She-Yes but his picture dosen't sow it He-That's a front iew.-Life. n t l ata propernm mes th the d  a-even the sen- ; Wi...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 17 June 1915

BOGALUSA'S PROFE SONAL DIRECTORY r I C. ELLIS TT ATTORNEY- T.LAW =" Office in the Cit Drug Store Building ::::: Upstairs. BOGALUS, LA. SANDERS & 'ANDERS . LAW CF ICES T| I ". Washington Ba and Trust T Buildi g. .BOGALUj, LA. Will Practice if State and Federal ;,urts. a BENJ. M. MILLER a. ATTORNEY T.LAW Office Over the Post Office BOGALUSI, LA. E. A. PIERC E, M. D. a GENERAL P ACTICE Hours 8 to 1 a.m. 2 to4 p m. OFFICE IN WILLIAMS' DFJG STORE Columb a St. PHONE 97. +++++*I+! +++ ++++++a. Foundi On Johnson's Island. 4y Mrs. G. Griffing Wilcox. Historic Johnson4 Island that little patch of lanV of some 300 acres, used during rhe civil war as a prison of the Con derate army is always of great int est to the peo ple of the South, as ivell as those of the North. I It has been used alinost exclus ive ly for farming purpc-es, great fields of wheat, corn, vin4yards and or chards giving up theki products year in and year out. SThe plow and thel reaper, in due curse of time, have been used...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 17 June 1915

PARRIED' LIFE C L. C. (Continued froC r;J It week) As January waned and Februre; y with its sleet an.i s%:,,w passed by, Jean lost her color and grew more listless and q'wmt. )tbut she found to her great joy she had never seen quite so much of her husband. There had been times when his practice had been , absorbing that she had seemed i1-ed out of his life. But now she was his partner. He talked over with her all his pro blems that gave her a delightful sense of efficiency. Dr. Joseph was .reatly worried over his wife, as day by day she be come more fragile and white. One night they sat in the armr d~air together Jean said. "You look so worn dear ! what makes you rry f" She continued sitting erect torest both arms on his shoulders, andbrought her blue eyes near his own. Suddenly she felt his arms tighten spund her withsuch a force. "It's this" he said. " llove you, you're mine and I ni't bear to think '"f the time, my LIVE WIRE BUSINESS FJ IYS- - WHO WANT YOURI TRADE You will find i...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 17 June 1915

Bani At Home. t " Keep your money in the Parish to develop aid incre3f the v'lue of home properties. . We use ou resources at home to develop Wash It is monet out of your pocket to send your deposits ar ay. Backed by ample resources we offer absolute Protection.  ASHIINGTON BANK . & TRUST CO. OGALUSA-ANGIE--FRANKLINTON 3 I-2 per cent paid on Savings 4 per cent paid on Time Certificates .*~L~~ffi+t++++++++++++·i· -1--~--~)J--,--~~ PARAG Mrris Hlyman, of the Leader, spent Sunday in New t"leans. Chief of Police Cassidy transacted business in New Orleans Friday. Mrs. H. M, Headley was a visitcr to Slidell Sunday. P. Levert, of the Boalusa Laun dry was a week-end Nsitor to the Crescent City. Gus Freret and J. M. McCabe transacted business in.New Orleans Monday. Mrs. J. L. Carver anti son have returned from a de!ightful visit with relatives in Poplatville. Frank Cassidy, of Coumbie, slent Sunday in Bogalusa ajthe guest of relatives and friends. Miss Francis BrysonD of New Or leans, w...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 24 June 1915

1 ,B4LSLUSAA JUN24,. Isis. U T WI[ BE CANDIDATE Delegate To Constitu Convention From This Parish I1 HIS FRIENDS Make Race And Assist la Framing The Con stitutional Of State r.J. Y. Sanders will make the r the Constitutional Conven from this Parish, we are about to go to press a to the above effect in to us from all parts of It is stated that such has been brought to bear i&Ex-Governor by his friends can no longer fail to heed deminlu. Governor is to day out of the we are therefore unable to lilr but we have interviewed oahis personal friends and :iate without reservation that be a candidate. the numerous authorita from which this infor  es been gleaned we believe . can state postively that the r has consented to run. have been no official an ts of the candidacies of plit aspirants for the con convention from Wash Parish and it is generally that if the Governor runs be uc-apposed. A LOST FIRST S OFSEASON SUNOAY Bagalusa baseball team sus their first defeat of the sea y when Ebe...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 24 June 1915

I "iAll a thePurest .and~feshestiDjs come to Medicinep Blood poiso ling is a thing much to be feared. Dress even your slight wond With our anti septic bandkage . They, too, are absolutely neces sary when babs is born. Buy wh,:t yiu need in the drug line when you need it from ust and you will-get it RIGHT. ~Wi~lims' Drug Store 1PHONE 97 COLUMBIA ST. BEST OPPORTU NY IN COUNTRY FOI RIMERS IS IN THICIUT OVER LANDS NEAR 80I ALUSA, The farmers in the rth, East and West who are looping for a xcation where they cat buy land it extremlv low figures land which ;certain to advance 'apidly in ialues, who want to lo ate where mere are good schools alid churches nd within a short ditance of a ood city p}nd in a comn4unitv that well settled cannot fi!Id a better ivestment than in t cut over I Inds offered by the Gre t Southern ,umber Co., of this cit4. And no here in the United Stagls will they id such inducements 4, offered by ,is concern. The fac$ that the ad is being rapidly sole is the best :...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 24 June 1915

ELABORATE EDflTION OF ENTEAPAISE NeXI l'[K Will SIurpass Any Edition Published In The State. Haring New Orleans Providing that mnfthirf unforseen occurs a week frin today the read ers of the Enterprise will be reading one of the mot elaborate editions of a newspaper ever published in the State for next Thursday is' the date set for the Jubilee number of' the Enterprise. No such edition was ever attempted in the state ex in New Orleans and Shreveport arnd while the edition will not contain as many pages as some of the New Or leans specials we are confident that it will compare favorably with any edition ever published in the Crescent City and suprass many of them. The edition will not contain less. than 24 pages and will be filled with half tones of prominent men, homes and scenes in and around Bogalusa. The edition is published at a great expense, which is the only manner in which justice could be done to Bogalusa and Washington Parish. Ten thousand copies of this issue will be prin...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 24 June 1915

b ,-rs.L u. tSA ENTERPRI.SE PUBLISHED fIN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY "7IURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE 3UDSCRIPTION RAT 8 $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 CLYDE S. MOSS .. . . . - OWNER.PUBLISHER Entered as second-clat, matter December 31, 1914, at the Postoffice at Bogalusa Louisiana, under the Act of March 3. 1879. LET'S SEND GOV. SANDERS We will be calle:l' upon shortly to elect a member of the 1915 Con stitutional Convention from Washington Parish. We cast no reflection I upon other prominent and- able citizens of this parish when we say that we hope that Ex-Got J. Y. Sanders will be the member from Washing ton. There is not in the community a man better qualified to represent the parish than J. '4. Sanders. More than a represtative of the parish he is representative bf the entire state and his power and influence will be a dominating factor in the convention. If Gov: Sanders runs for the convention he will most assuredly be I elected. We do not know what his de...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 24 June 1915

HaveYou $100? Ifs ), th;ý i; n) b .:: ," >: ;: 4itm t t for that hundred than in th ' Ba alusa t Building and Loau Assoeation, hich pays a dividend of 10 per cent. The c cnserva tive manna: in which this assocation is con- : d'ited. th; fact that it is one ,)f the best Organizati'ns of its kind in the State, and pays the largest dividend: sh fuld cause yoU to i;ave-tigate this as an i eal plac~ for Tour savings. This sto'k will be s-ld on easy ayments, $1 pr share. p: rna:ith. Every nman, wo man awl child in Bo oalusa st 'ald own s:o:rk in this Ass )'ati ai. Supps'. you ca ll and let us explain it in details to'you. BOGALUSA BUILDING an LOAN ASSOCIATION T L N, DO1BS, Set'l.-Treas. Washlingto lank Trust Co. Bldg. +.+ ,++.,+--,---- -- - - - lrs. Williams Improving. SMrs. Geo. Williams, wife of the Master Mechanic oi th N. 0. G. N., who for a few day3 w_ in a srei.us tcondition from ptomnaine I :;ni,! breported to be sl wl, i):: :,Vi real medicinal properties that the skin-even ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 24 June 1915

JUY ICOLD NOTIAGREE iN HUCKLEBERRY CASE The United Statei Court Friday had three juries in ~iervice at the same time The one in the Huckle berry damage case :failed to agree, after asking further instructions from Judge Foster regarding the liability of the Great Southern Lum ber Company on account of any lack-of care on the part of its train crew says the Times-Pic. Judge Foster told the jurori that although there might have ben contributory negligence on the pl rt of the party in the motor car jin which Miss Leona Huckleberryi was killed, if the crew of the train had a clear chance to see the ino:or car, and failed, through lace of precaution, the company would be liable That point seemed to trouble the jurors. They were sent back twice and finally about 1:15 1 m. returned again to court, rep rted that they could not agree anl Judge Foster ordered them discha ged and a mis trial entered in the case. Keen Interest Sn State. From all parts of 1ouisiana comes the report that there is...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 24 June 1915

1OE OF FEW HOtJRS LOPES WITI ANOTHER Within three h, ur- after itre wei Dg ceremony and w ,hiie t ieir gueSts erecelebratin . .\r. 'atrik Hank,. 9 yeas old. a prt> ,. reoe tf owley, eloped it i- .hr2ed with ftiend. C. Richards Sthe bridegrooim in;ered over the Iged runaway anr hip failure to tchbthe bride and i~hihards, re mped to the guests :i:i refused to #dnue in the feast. A fiAht starte a::]l six of the itS were arrested. In city court lismorning, when they were ar taed. the story of t.e elpement dthe bride of fivc-h',ur: was re iesled Justice A Sunday schooi tcach:er had dn telling her cla-, ,f little bh,:s utcrowns of glory arid heaven lrewards for p - '> e "Now tell me." ,e ,aidh . at the of the le;;an. wh: will get e biggest croVn' "Hnim wot's got t' h;,-st ead -." S t.Bits. A Ee:c the young man-.- a nmatter. .fact, I think I've done rather  YouseeI ve giv: four cousins . ian uncle to the army. three ws to the na:,, and a sister. two aunts to the Red Cross tion -Pu...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 24 June 1915

j Bank At Home. Do yo iknow that your home banks are backed by mililo!s of dollars of resources, the best of all protections for your deposits? Are tou familar with the history of the State of Okliahma's experience with a guarantee of Deposit Law? If want the protection of ample resour ces b*[ with WASHINGTON BANK S& TRUST CO. BtG ALUSA-ANGIE-FRANKLINTON 3 1-2 per cent paid on Savings j 4 per cent paid on Time Certificates L,~ .a.w+ . 91 __--9-(----t--- +-++++++++++++++ :-+ Mrs. R. L. Roberts and children returned Sunday from a weeks visit with relatives and friends in New Orleans I P. A. Tims, formerly foreman of the Enterprise, but now with the Era Leader of Franklinton, spent Sunday in Bogalu a with his many friends. Mrs. J. B. PolloCk and two child ren have returned from a delightful visit with Mrs. Pollock's sister, Mrs. J. V. Severio, of (alvez, La., Miss Ethel Overstreet has been confined to her room with a severe attack of the chills for the past few days Mrs. C. J. Va...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
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