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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

ULD'S GREATEST LUMBER MILL. t -- , ,.. .. :..:. :. . ý... : " : --. ". ...., ; -- . b',,  . ,t ": " .' ., . - - :.:.. .. .. : !"!..! ~ $ . .ý$ n . , :n ~.f " , . .... , .. ',.:. ...:::},I, N r/ ý r ..... ý ý, ,. ,:/yya;r .ý"ý gý,o ';.,:^4~ýM/ .... -- ...'....:'.":`": •. ". ''. !~ ... "5 " ."r . + .-:: . : : '"..:.. -*- ,. .0 ...., •" ,.3 .....*. :*,.- •..* .. , ý 1-. NEW- t... ; :4:! . fr ··-: . I.?··~·i:: ····:.:i:: ·i·;:I ·--;l~~: ·~;.~~f: I ·i~. : : i: BOGALUSA C MILL t hi(leans Grit Northern Rnai;n ,. ,' di the healthiest section of t!! e ::! nt,under special A,.t No. i t f ilt 11, effective July 4, I!i!. 'i were inaugurated on lth- " Id dothhouses of the Stat: i a 'ti atin the world. where the i;,;i,i : I i other buildings was cut fror, ti., ] gilding Bogalusa, and there v..s lights and modern wat:r i.l  the city from a reservoir and tank Ie i,00i, and 100.000 gallons res e1 is very pure and healthful. ny, the largest paper rnl! i. : ie located at Bogalusa. and for"l!'...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

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

A Popular Hotel and Cafe. . .- ' .-. .. y '.%ý:;% ý: d "",s.. .... .. . ..........:. . >.O will :: L ~: yp wA . l : iýýi4 r. . 5 .., ,ý ; . ., " .: ": ý'; : !:t`:YA : .. ,;':;,:::ý:ý';<:a:2 ;..:,:Y'' .:.': ::;'::.,;',: >ý .: ýx...ýý,:>:'`Y. "Y_ '`ýb HEADEY HTEL 1,Cleanliness is next to godliwness.' That this maxim is lived up to in every t .ease of the word is true of almost o every establishment in Bogalusa, but , o,~.pf the institutions that makes this their byword not only in word but also a in fact is the Headley Hotel and ('afe, I which is located in North Bogalusa, and r conducted under the able nanagement cf Mrs. W'. H. Headley. t While there is nothing pretentioust aout this place, it is conducted in a most modern and up-to-date way. The I rooms are all outside ones, pIlenty of D. H. STRINGFIELD. David l[arrison Stringfielhl was born iu Franklinton, La., August 23, 1986. Hie was educated in the public schools of this parish, afterwards entering the F'rnklinton ('...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

JUDGE OF 26th JUDICIAL DISTRI HON . B. LANCATE HON. JOS. B. LANCASTER. Jlon. Jos. . laaii,'a-ner of ('ovington, La., judge of the Twetvty-sixth Judicial Court of Louie.iana, is a fair example of what Ipersev en'ie and hard work, eoulled with th do or liie spirit, can necomllish. + After teachiing s.hbool for several years in St.:''aniinay parish, Judge Lancaster was elected, to the Legisla ture from that parish,, in whic'h he dIe voted his entire time to the interests of his constituents with such untiring effort and zeail that in the year 1902 he was elected as district attorney by a large majority. After serving the people well inllthat ;aipacitv, lie was be sought b: hid moany frienls to aeept I LVE DISTRICT ATTORNEY. . VOL. BOCK •_  J. VOL. BROCK. T, . \ol. 1 I. I , r ,Ii trih t ;itt ,y tu, or tche l'Twenty -iitl .Iudicial l)i trict ot' Louisiana, fiat .w the liht of h . ne;ir Ti 'Iertowl , I i ., • Niveiu ir ::.) 14;:. It is 'lai ,u n t that from tihe tim,, he was horn hIl...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

.SECOD SECTION PAGES 9 t 1 Anniversary Number BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE Yý l BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY., JULY 1, 1915. -I- ,ashington Parish Will Open Eyes Oif Outsiders This Fall The people from all parts of the country will have a fine opportun ity of seeing what can be accom pihed in the way of farming at the big fair to be held at Franklin too on October 14 to 16 inclusive.I The exhibits even promise to sur is many of the residents of this ,rish despite the fact that they have keenly watched the develop The lumber for the construction of the exposition hall, which was opnted by the Great Southern in Loaber Company, of this city. is bi: o the grounds and work will start I' iia few days toward the erection d this building. Nothing will be left undone to j make this fair the greatest Parish at fi in the state and to say that it ie will ipse the three previous ex- ' pitions is a mild manner of ex piming what this fair is to be. .i i III 1 COSTS FO ll IW IIC AN ACCOOUNTiI The first con...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

DARING AVIATOR The above is a splendid likeness of Miss Mariorie Stinson who will make two flights in her aeroplane in North Bogalusa Saturday arid two on Monday. Miss Stinson is the youngest and most daring woman aviator in the country. whe one Pickel & Hand pla WHOLESALE & RETAIL LIQUORS At cite S IDELLI,, ALOUISIANA ain Prompt Shippers, ---- your order comes back on next train. Try our Fern Rock..-The best whiskey for the money on the market. WE PAY THE EXPRESS on Whiskey but not on Beer. c Do not send your Personal Check in remitting. , ie Bottled in Bond Whiskies-- Malt whiskies- 2 Btls 4 Btls 2 Quart 4 Qts- Duffy's ........................ 2.25 4.00 Old Taylor .................... 2.75 5.00 Shaws (full quarts) .............2.25 4.00 TP Rippy .2.75 5.00 Crown Top (full quart) ......... 2.00 3.50 Clear Brook..... .. .....2.75 5.00 Green River . ....00 Whiskey in full pints and Old Oscar Pepper. ......... 2.45 450 half pints. a Ky Velvet.... 2.45 4.50 Old Grand Dad .........

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

HIN6TON PARISH TAKES GOLD MEDAL AT FRISCO FOR BEST SYRUP anford ()fZona iHas I)istinction Of oliking Rest In TheState .n(Id Wins Over large Number Of Exhibitors For manY years Louisiana has, e cognized as the place where e st molasses and syrup is made Oda generation ago New Orleans famous for her molasses but at e Frisco exposition last week the ufacturer of the best molasses ' decided upon and the honor ;, F . Sanford. of Zo)i.-. He bPen awardel the ;ol;)1 medal. ..d hereafter the world wnil know tat withi:l a few mile; of B3oalu. sa e best ::)l!' e inl th:e wir!l is -iie h ',I,,!ses :nl1i if Mr. "rde. : . iandford is lioated at o:m: and in c 4rindid11 s.l,)n e:wnplu ye& about -,ople He enpl,:e-; t.:e best r .-e. the upmot e' in m...ak Slife A'fawe ý and ai a re,' : ha t , i,: , ,: i: : Sdtur- : the : , ', y, • "ted r H. P.. . , .. ka few d.. . ew i(tean u re .ati;e . The Depositors' Guarantee Fund of The State of Mississippi Guarantees every dollar deposited with this ban...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

Bogalusa's Million Dollar Paper Mill ,* . ., Io. _____________ ____________ ___,__y_"'"_ _s__________ _________ __ B 6[IALUSA HAS REPU ATION OF BEIN6 A ItTY Of ORD ER SUPREME Oficials Anrd (iiizhns ('-operate And Drive Out All I ndesirable (Charaeters lJust eight ,ht(rt years ago. a cos imoup;litan mass of humanity from every section of the Union, and ,cmne of the Foreign countries. corn ,:1:tuted the great working camp kno',kn as Bogalusa. Wages, at that time, were extremely high, at tracting to Bogalusa men of all c!asses. Men who had completely lost their right to be called real men, together with the highest type of man, all mingled in the mass of workmen building the city. Labor agents advertised in glowing terms Bogalusa and its marvelous possi bilities, and, as a result, many were the curious, together with the hon est citizens, that wended their way ro our borders. Unfortunately the! gambler, the shark, and other un desirabies crept into our midst and became a part of our ci...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

A HUSTLING REAL-ESTATE FIRM ti I CHARLES WEBSTER. S I t.( , J f 1, . t i .; r Il iil It w: ; t th;t tit , th:"t .. lik4 , the ,.,l V.ti te, i . this \ u,:ri eh. ~ftir ,I*c l\ ht ing hi ao; rt i, f th.i o,,rk Stl, i, rill, h. F lF.t thir Ither ,arth, :i O r , Y o "k ' i;-·j c }i )a. .v( ". d w e .... ...tR .t ti. G ( t.R i a FFSIT)EF\('F' (,N MiER'TE FARM! 1.F-'S ('R;'FK *" "' . "H " .: , -'I ' i T\ . ,F i~t \\n s' ntl ' . .\ Ia". "'" t , i ; ,L , •, , r , t : . :., i, r l{, i " 10.0 1. 1 .[* Pr, . .. ;. . .' ! t :rt:,, ! .  •. a t t , . H , . it . , ; - \ l ,l T u ,iftl,.'l A MOST POPULAR MOVIE THEATER iIL a ý 'kit ., __...Y~....~ ..:} Op N0'.wvýV MAGIC CITY THEATRE. t ..... I' II 1 ' i ýýra] '1221~r ~ r\: ; t !\ T1 a E tt. ' !Il r! r ' I,' Boost Bogalusa Sby sndin af cpy . f THIS E-ITIOý your appriends. Wrapped and Rmailed for 10c the copy. .i t -,1 r l l 0 * 0 1: ;r 1'1' , t i,. i-,i 11 - ; .I 1 t- i . . 1,, iT ' i 1 !,r,. t .. . . :,r -. n .: !I , , f , \ , . 1)'II I. ;1 B....

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

RECIPROCITY AT HOME ANY persons believe that th' word "reciprocity" has merely a political stnificance. But it means one of the greatest principles. All civilization is founded on it. Were it not for this great principle there would be no gov rrnment. no .ociety. no cities and towns. We would have merely anarchy. IN PLAIN WORDS. "RECIPROCITY" MEANS THAT I, YOU EXPECT SOMEBODY TO DO SOMETHING FOR YOU, THEN YOU MUST DO SOME THING IN RETURN. Let us lay aside the political significance of the word and discuss this great principle as it applies to our own Individual and communistic interests. We have a prosperous community. We have a town which we are proud to call our own. We have various business establishments, good, well-kept stores, stocked with merchandise; we have various facilities for marketing the produce raised by the farmers who are a great and important part of our community. Were it not for the farmers we would not have all of these facilities for doing business. It is pos...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

WGALUSAY, M. C. A, HAS MADE AN UNUSAL RECORO A genjedtion a'O the Young i,eo: Christian Association was mnnly regarded as a society -oe chief purpose was preaching ý,ýd fprayinfl and its other activities Here looked on as bait to draw the • v ones in reach of the preaching. :oIty almost everyone knows it ;5 a powerful orstani :ation that works for the good of tie whole man and for the good of !l society. While the Young Men's Christian Association is primarily a religious institution it nowhere attempts to express its religious life in creeds or doctrines. Its faith is expressed in acts of service. It urges church membership, but cares nothing about what church is selected. Through its members the Bogalusa association endeavors to adapt itself to meet the needs of the community along any beneficial lines. As a religious organization the association has held meetings in shops and mills for both the day and night crews. Bible classes at the building. Sunday afternoon meetings for men...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

COLONJIAL CREOSOTING COMIPANY .... " :.· . . ° .. . :" ,· : . ·. :~.: .. .... ... ..: .. . .. " . ; :: .... . . . ' .-.',: . ... .::: .i.::": .: .- ':.;::..i..:. - . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ · .. :....:. . . . .  . .. The Colonial Creosoting Co., whose plant is located just to the south of the big mill, is owned and operated by the American Creosot ing Co., of Louisville Kentucky, owners of several plants of a like nature throughout tee country. It was in 1912 that the enor mous possibilities arising from the profusion of lumber in this territory presented itself to the officers of the company, and they immediately decided to erect a plant here that would do credit to both Bogalusa S POPULAR MEETING PLACE _.. tt· -- . X . .. . . :I. ~:,../,.. :.' • .,'....,:i - .. .. . .. . ..... ....... . ...... ,~;I::i·; •: . ..~. . - .,- y.. " '\ , "' ~ ~ ~ · "···i~ ~· "' ". "·~ /" "· ,,"" ""'': """' ": · .::i~* \VIe, in 11$Ii1. I)r. 0. W. Alford bought tlhe smarll andl unplretentious stork fro'm the ( )...

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

SSECTIO Anniversary Number PAGES7It24 BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1915. ' R 2 SMAN WILL MAKE 3 LIGHTS IN AIRSHIP MisStinson The Beatiful pare.l)evil Will Enter tain Crowds True to her record of never dis. intg, and even giving more thaU has been adve.tised, Begalusa, is ready to entertain thousands of visitors on Monday with the most daborate celebration ever held in di history of this section of the Mate, Bodalusa had promised several r e flights and no sooner was ge nouncement made, that word one from nearby towns that the to would be so much that Boga -as would not think of staging such biattractions. In her typical spir it itwas decided to even go one etter, so the cJmmittee in charge eured a woman to make flights. And they secured the youngest and most daring woman aviator Amer b has ever known, in the person of Miss Marjorie Stinson of Jackson Mick The cost of securing Miss ttioson was many hundred dollars, but Bogalusa forgot the cost and will d...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

TWO OF THE STATES FINEST PHOTOGRAPHERS TO LOlTE HERE Boga't sa has long been in need1 th of a goxod high class photographer, n and that need is about to be sup- hi plied. On July 1st., J. H. Dat is, formerly y with the HIitschler Studio, and Frank T. Meade for a long time connected with the Original Frank B. Moore Studio both of New Or- o0 FRANK T. MEADE leans, will open a new and up-to- i date studio on the ground floor of 1 the Headley Building in North Bog-1 alusa. Alterations are now going for ward to make this place one that will compare favorably with any of its kind in the south. Messrs Davis and Meade are men who have spent the greater part of Judge Kept rsy. Judge Ott, of the City Court has been kept busy this week, and hes disposed of several cases. Most all received the usual fines which will be worl e I out on the streets. lip Don't Think Of Buying Clothes until the great sale s starts, particulars of J which will appear in next week's Enterprise A word to the wise is su...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

RESIDENCE OF J. A. LeBESSE .. {.... ... The above is a piiture of the home of J. A. LeBesse which is one of the nts: homes in the Magi: City. Mr. LeBesse is .ne of the directors of the Bogalusa Building and Loan Assocation. Your Cleaning and Pressing should be sent to this laundry for this department is in charge of an expert. The work, as we do it, will not only give new life to your clothes but by our system they will last longer. Steam Pressing There is a big difference between "pressing" and steam pressing. You can pick them out the minute you see a man with a steam pressed suit. Ladies Cleaning and Pressing The ladies can send their cleaning and pressing here with the assurance that ro garment is too delicate for us to return to you in perfect condition. Bogalusa Laundry "EVERYT ONE 34BACK BUT TE DIRT" "EVERYTHING BACK BUT THE DIRT" 211" More Accurate Than Its Nearest Competitor In the last typewriter contest, at the Boston Efficien cy Exposition, the UNDERWOOD In the leading c...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA, ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUEi EUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 FEP. YEAR IN ADVANCE PHONE 11 FOR ... GWNER.PUBLISHER inl,! CLYDE S. MOSS - - " Appl LrV;-red -.s secrd-class nat;ir I'eetr.[er 1. 1914. at the P"(,st:thce at Bo4ausa. FOR L(,uiiaiar. underd tt:e Act f March 3i. lK. ifence - -- - of g< BOGALUSA'S ANNIVERSARY barn (On next Sunday, July 4th., the City of Bogalosa wiil be one year old. m1-3 And this one year old is the wonder of Anmer;ca--'I1 huskiest infant. ; Bogalu'sa is a city of which its founders and citizen: should be proud, for FOR there is not a better city with a population of 11,000O in all America. term While the success and growth of the city of Bog,, asa is due in no small FOR m:easures to the Goodyear intereo's. ,:il! its c'itizelns chould be accredited ,,tan with much, for they have co-operate ,with thfese progressive people in 28x4 every move for the welteare and i:mr:vemn!!tC!t of the ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

Pagic City Program TONIGHT. JULY 1st. The Storms of Life 3 reels The Torrent" 2 reels. "A Stool ?jeon's Revenge." L. K 0. comedy 5 and 10 cents FRIDAY ;Mary Fuller in 'The Girl Who Had a Soul. Free State Souvenir ;~oons to holders of lucky num bers SATURDAY Where Brainsr Needeed" 2 reels. nd a good Nestor Comedy. results of Baseball ,game between 3ogalusa and Lutcher. SUNDAY The Jungle Queen.' a great animal ^'' '1 •: i .;:i : 1 Tf; . :! 1 et, . TheLre -IEAY , ,::. lu r.t ai :, .IT ,io (; Ga ,l in a .rear 3 reeler "Tl h (' ,ri-an Broth , Free Start S-:: ir stVons WEDNEDAY "The b!ck Box' ia!. a ,:t ci i:edv ?e0,+k ng Fath . . F . . .- . Bas real medicinal properties that Kecete the skin-even the ten de:estakin of the youngest baby FOR PRICKLY HEAT, CHAFING and SUNBURN Itinr.eaualed: allaye irritation from c.,;uto bites; refre-hing atter the' b::..: tneaftershavil' . Truly a won de, al anti'eltic ,powder.. Diti·ne - it;y Vtrtunmr d. 15c at Druggists. IL. P. CUIP. CO., Ltd., New Orlea...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

Prominetnt Wedding. One of the most prominent wed-i dings of the year. was at Bowling' Green Mo., yesterday when James M. Thompson, publisher of the New Orleans Item, was married to Miss Genevieve Clark, daughter of Champ Clark, speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives. Many distuingish ed people attuned the event. YOUR GROCER In selecting our GROCER, why noi choose a store that handles nothing but GROCERIES ? Tt near better and fresher goods for you and at the same cost. YOU GET SERVICE HERE, TOO! ROBINSON & ROBERTS N. Bogalusa---TWO STORES---West Side. Phones 61-173 Meet Your Friends At LEAR'S DRUG STORE where the most refreshing drinks, and Harris Ice Cream can always be had. It's the "Store of Service" that fills prescriptions accurately. BOGALUSA'S PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY C. ELLIS OTT " : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW :* Office in the City Drug Store 3 Building ::::: Upstairs. BOGALUSA, LA. SANDERS & SANDERS LAW OFFICES Washington Bank and Trust Building. BOGALUSA, LA. Will Prac...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 1 July 1915

One Experience Convinced Me of its Value "One of our sales. men demonstrated the value of the Long Dis tance Telephone to us. He was at Huntsville, Ala., and up'on his own responsibility put in Long Distance calls for fifteen merchants within a radius of several hundred miles. "In less than one hour he had sold 2100 barrels of flour at a total cost to us of less than six dollars. "Since then we have applied the Long Distance Bell Telephone to every feature of our business with most profitable results. The service is fine, the rates are reasonable and there is more satisfaction in one Long Distance Telephone talk than in half *tdozen letters". ..., .: ... CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY BOX 371, NEW OROLEANS LA. BOX 371, NEW ORLEANS LA. Cammittee Nees July 8tb. The citizens Committee, appoint at the last session of the city coun cil to prepare a statement of plans for the proposee improvements will met at the Y M C A on July 8th. LIVE WIRE BUSINESS FIRMS-" - -WHO WANT YOUR...

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

Col. George R. Wright, Presidant Paper Mill. . "J:. ......C.. Col. Geo. R. Wright, of Chicano and President of the Louisiana Fibre Board Company, of this city, is always boosting for Bogalusa even though a resident of the Windy City. Mr. Wright is the gentleman who organized the paper mill company and his efforts are responsible to the progress now being made towards the opening of the opening of the mill which will give employment to about 150 men. THE HOME OF FIFTEEN DOLLAR SUITlS How many times have you gone and spent twenty-five or thirty, or even thirty-five dollars for a suit, and then found out that you were stung. Stung-that is the proper way to put it, especially if you stop to think that at the Rice Woolen Mills located in the Headley Building in North Bogalusa, owned by Miller & Bag!ey, you can get as good a ;uiL: of clothes as anyone wilh want to wear. made to your mea-d sre for fifteen dollars. No more a-. , less--Fifteen dollars with au i: ýa clad guarain:ee as rtg...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
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