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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 12 August 1915

ABOALUSA ENTERPRISE SBO LS, O S , A S 2, 11---------- VOLUME 1 BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY AUGUST 12, 1915. NIJBER 34 iRMER BGALUSA BOY SUSTAINED INJURIES WHICH RESULT IN DEATH rl I'ctcrson I' tlld In .ll I'nconscious ('ondition Near Sun .\And I)eath Oc cured On Monday M1orn ing Karl Peterson, age about 15 years o the son of Peter Peterson for a resident of Bogalusa but wlo now resides in New Orleans, mtined injuries which resulted jhb death at 11 o'clock Monday ttnin as the results of sleeping Sthe N. 0. G. N. railroad traick. Young Peterson was found on the it of way of the N. 0. G. N. just boirt distance South of Sun early y morning in an unconscious dtion,with him was a companion New Orleans. The injured lad *s brought to the local hospital _gre his condition was pronounced tiical and the end came about 11 Molock without the youth regaining iousness. Death was due to ktacture of the skull. 0 Young Peterson kissed his mother ye Sunday morning and stated be was going out to play...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 12 August 1915

When Your Ford Gives You Trouble Send it to our Garage. We maintain one of the best repair shops to be found anywhere and we are always ready to Supply Any Parts Needed---Full Assortment The charges are moderate and the workmanship is the best. Work is turned out at the promised hour 9 ll 3 3 S MRS. HIEAIUt RlOEiRE UN CONISIOUS 8Y LIGiHTNIN Mrs. H. M. Headley. owner of Headley's Restaurant. had a close call from serious injury Friday night while talking over the telephone during the electrical storm. The lightning evidently struck the lines and the shock was so great that Mrs. Headly was rendered uncon S scous and it was thirty minutes latter etore she was revived. At the same ine all the lights in the Headley buildinre put out and considerable excitement prevailet. Medical aid was called and after Mrs Headley was revived she still suffered from the shock and excite mwnt. - Oe Of The 118. Following the killing of an officer who was trying to enforce the Sun day closing law in Gret...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 12 August 1915

Do your trading at The Busy Store a,, r not appreciate the values and service hat awaits you at this store. T,1ere is seldom a day that we do not offer omne special articles at a big saving. gl, get full weight, courteous service and the best of everything at BROCK'S Austin Street. D. M. Quin has resigned his posi tion at the Candy Kitchen. Luke White. o C a week-end visit J. A. Cannadh ness in Varnado Mrs. P. 0. Hat. leans, is the guest .,ai. ana Mrs. Charles Ainsworth. J. E. Matters has resigned his position with the Bogalusa Stores Co. and has gone to Hattiesburg. 1a More Interesting Than the Election During the next few months the voters of Wasington Parish will begin to take notice of the approaching election and we wish to advise every man in the parish that at present this is the most interesting place in Bogalusa because we are dis posing of our stock of clothing and furnishings at low prices- as a matter of fact below cost. It will require a personal inspection to know the...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 12 August 1915

BOGALUSA E-NTERPRItISEI PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSAI ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE SUBSCRiPTION RATES $1.5) PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111i CLYDE S. MOSS -. ...... . . OWNER'PUBLISHER Entere d a .:. - h'. ; ltist' : ' ilust,. THANKING THE 94 VOTERS. "Ho. "e ". C eti who ,- recentlv & ; a n id tte for delegate to tine Co vett,.. L ucd a .r d to the voters ,tat 'l that ,i: tie , ,iaii he . ..1 if he f ore( hav ing a Con, :i tio (' et n. "1 vwa repeatetdiy a- ked whether or wt i fa, r of holding a Constitutional Convention, at this time I t,:.: t.at it is proper that I should expre.,, my views on the subje:t. I, tently refused to give any definate aiNwer on this subject before tie oe tion for the reason that I desired to know the result of the priarie- over the state. I shall not even now express my attitude a- to whet!;-:r or not I shall vote for or against the convention en Au' st 31" ,,,ae '. ild think from t' i:, ir ail,'{ of thl ,-rd". that Mr. Ott...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 12 August 1915

THE BEST INVESTMENT For Every Bogalusian :: t:i ke imore mroney th:m,, : o fr I1)t you wanI t to .I"" : :,v ;t :ic i in the future :H *.' ; 1 0 want to ac !, - I ' ...; Iprftt, h<)Io es'; I)') tý n ti,:, -, '., : r w ife aitn i fami!' : t. t , Certainly L: .i .,t: a d first step to maket is t -!-, -' in: this association. 1'n,, ,1 ,t 1' :' per annumn dividends while the S: pays you 3 1-2. Th"e nl,;ney vyu . ' cot.r t,ck is invested in gilt edge B R:a ii. l:,'roprtv . The affairs of this assoiii ti :lre c(lducted in sulch a careful mannler tha:t >.,u assume no risk. get a better rate ,o in$ :re, tr, t help yourself as well as the cit ,ho yiu purchase stock It is Sold on Easy Monthly Payments .i SgALUSA BUILOING and LOAN ASSOCIATION A., OOBBS,Sec'y.-Trsas, Washington Bank & Trust Co. Bldg. , " " " " * * * * " * * * * * ., 1 * " *" *NNN. *ý *"" *ý. * *I * * * * * ***** To Purchase Stock SEminett Brock, of Brock and Co.. ikleave Sunday for St. Louis and *northern markets wh...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 12 August 1915

THE CHANGING BATTLE LINE IN THE EAST k *. 1.umws KEY \hMe ' nra M lo * * Ia wehih murk the "high tide" of ý l.t autumn. 1 ýi " U Th emnsaaohvepntaeda ls t aswastesa whih ark te "hlh ide o lst utmn FIRST YEAR OF THE n ' WAR IN THE EAST taool shal'm ping The first twelvemonth of fighting the ( Ibetween the Russians on one side and teregh the Austrians and Germans on high the other is a story of great changes Aui ,of fortune, both combatants being re- thbesi peatedly driven back only to show mane ,the greatest resiliency in defeat and mian, ,soon to resume the offensive in a most iafor surprising manner. prov The end of the year, however, finds time the pendulum swinging strongly agat against the czar. He may recover Bt and take again the roads to Cracow, rail Vienna and Berlin, but just at pres- dent .ent he is on the whole in worse plight denr dro 'than in any hour since the war stan started. on Russia's losses in the first year of H the war are not approached by those whe of any nat...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 12 August 1915

jVE WIRE BUSINESS FIRMS WHO WANT YOUR TRADE You will frd~: t' ' y - r rest to watcn these columns each week. these firms .' ; ' ; s'endid values and good service, and they ,,licit your 4.s er : ' above mentioned basis. Den You Want o Drive To any part ' ; o ga rig ftr.lt :T i i t.,a t _ CALL , E. L. KNIGHT Stand at Commifk ~, Phone 93; We ake All Train: II SEMAND! NAASSEN'S ICE CREAM PHONE 48 HEADLEY'S I RESTAURANT OPEN ALL NIGHT 0000 COOKING SPLENDID SERVICE EUROPEAN HOTEL CLEAN, AIRY ROOMS -- 50 CENTS HEADLEY'S North Bogalusa Real Estate and Rentals CHAS. WEBSTER Office N. Bogalusa Phoae - 426 Wlen You Buy CLOTHES why Not come to "The Tailors Wkls how." It costs no more b get perfect workmanship, the latest styles and fabrics if w make your suit. TRUG BROS. Columbia Street. CONTRACTS Why risk your money with contractors who cannot furnish you with a bond when you can get better material and labor incorporated in your building at a less cost to you and have the contractor furn...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 12 August 1915

rI Viýý LI Y,~sAi Mrs. W. C. Lonnergan and son motored to Slidell Saturday. J. H. Davis the new photographer spent Sunday in New Orleans. H. J. Cowgill transacted business in Franklinton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Rogers and little son, George, were New Orleans visitors Sunday. Grant Stewart, of Marston, spent Sunday in Bogalusa. Oscar Laird spent Sunday in Franklinton. Andrew Baez visited in New Or leans Sunday. E. D. Dreyfus spent Sunday in New Orlean, Dr. Slaughter transacted business, in Franklinton Monday. W. H. Hix spent Sunday in Var nado. Miss Minnie Lott returned to her bome in Columbia after a visit with Bogalusa friends. Mrs. J. W. James and children left Monday to visit relatives in Brookhaven Miss. J. J. McCabe and Gus Freret at -tended court in Franklinton Mon day, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pizzetta, of North Border Drive, left Saturday for a visit in Mandeville. Misses Emily and Annie Mae BUY YOUR SHOES AT THIS STORE Where you will find the largest stock, the latest styles a...

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

~ *. .·~ •  - ." !BOGALUSA E ! -- - _"ai l - - - ý , - = . '. t BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY AUGUST 19, 1915. .J . I1 -._ .. ........ .., ., h... .illi. w.ila .t th e right too is Mrs. Leo M. Frank who M FRANL'IWA51 belie' UNCHED NEAR PAGAN HOME Of Twenty Utnmasked ýen Take Victim From -Georgia Prison oF SENIIONA1 CASE J Was Just Recover S From Former Attack On Ills Life i M. Frank, charged with kill vary Phagan in the plant of N4tional Pencil Co., in Atlanta on August 25 1913 and who pserving a life term at the Geor . state prison farm, was taken by ,,mb early Tuesday moriing and .ire1d within a short distance of ;home of Mary Phagan where was hanged. The mob was one the most brutal that has been ded for years. After Frank's jy was found people cut pieces s his clothing to keep as souve j, rias necessary to take a d dbfore the crowd could be from mutilating the body. A few weeks ago J. W. Creen an Ste of the Georgia prison farm ted to murder Frank by cut his throat and would have...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 19 August 1915

PREMIUN LIST FOR THE FAIRi Was Issued Last Week And Proves That Fair Is To 1k' A Big Event NOTHING TO BE OVERLOOKED To have Exhibits That Will Draw Large Crowds To Franklinton In Oct. The premium list of the Washing ton Parish Fair, which will be held at Fr.nklinton on October, 14, 15 and 16, is off the Dress and shows that the coming fair will eclipse anything similar every held in this section of the state. The live stock premium list is large and consists of 36 awards ranging from the finest horse to the best pair of pigs. Dairy cattle plays an important part, as well as beef cattle, and much interest will be taken in this exhibit by both the cattlemen and the public. Farm vegetables and products of every ,,,"w ,, wi i nnet likhly be on exhib- da ý ie premium list is large. Boys sa S: :anning Clubs, s ,E " ..,,. ;;,,,,,,,, hibits, Athletic i ýentb. Litera.y ev',tý are also P t!,erl pr3minent s5pace. TITh: poult;. departmenit r.; ito t'lct mucfl 8ttelritjl> tt ;'r r.. 1,,ý....

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 19 August 1915

THE MERE MENTION OF THE WORD-- SERVICE Naturally makes you think of Lear's Drug Store Send us a phone order and see if we are not entitled to the reputation we have earned as "THE STORE OF SERVICE" DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY LEAR'S DRUG STORE Austin St. "The Store of Service" Bogalusa, La. IOMAS SENDS STINCINC REPLY TO WEXL[R'S ED[!EST TO SUPPORT PROPOSED CONVENTIONI L E. Thomas, of Shreveport, speaker of the House of Representa fives, Louisiana legislature, has sent Sol Wexler, of the Whitney-Central Bank, a stinging reply to Mr. Wex kar's circular urging all bank presi dents to support the constitutional convention. Speaker Thomas, who received the Wexler letter as president ofi the Continental Bank, of Shreveport, declares vehemently that he will not support the convention, but will do all in his power to knock it i out in North Louisiana. Several days ago Sol Wexler sent outletters to all bank presidents in the state, urging that the conven tion be supported because of ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 19 August 1915

BO GALUSA EN ATERP-EI. SA P- I PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE S SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE PHONE - . -OWNER.PUBLISHER t Cfffl CLYDE S. MOSS oNER.PBLISHER Entered as second-lass matter December 31, 1914. at the Postoffice at Bogalusa. Louisiana. under the Act of March 3. 1879. A WISE SUGGESTION IF THE PEOPLE of Washington Parish want to know how far we se M. are really behind with our roads a trip into St Tammany parish will ieutio give an idea of the deplorable condition of the public highways in this ton P. parish. From Bogalusa to the St Tammany line the roads are not much askin more than a trail, in places. An ordinary rain leaves them in such a thefa condition that they are almost unpassable for several hours following. o A The Bridge across Leescreek is in a condition that an expenditure of a vote few dollars would temporary repair while a damage suit of several hun- To Th dred dollars stares that Parish in t...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 19 August 1915

READY TO SERVE YOU AGAIN FIRE Last week destroyed the stock and building of Dorsey Bros and in order that our patrons could be supplied Ihave erected a temporary building where I am now prepared to serve the public with If Ii Groceries and Provisions You will find the same service, the same good values and courteous treatment at the new t store as at the old store which made Dorsey Brothers a household word. The stock will be It kept fresh and I ai prepared to supply all your needs in this line. t NM. R. DORSEY t "The Emergency Store" Richardsontown -hd n iNI___N__ _n___n_______n__n_____ 1 OGALOUSA EASILY OEFEATS BEDEHABOS OF NEW ORLEANS Bogalusa further linched the dis tinction of having the best ametuer team of state Sunday when the Eberhards, the semi professional team from New Orleans, were de feated by the score of 5 to 1. Boga lusa played her usual good ball and cinched the game at the third inning when two run were made. The Eberhards made their only run in the seventh inning...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 19 August 1915

The Torture Of Love By C. C. L. - - ..r-- I~~·· ·~~~. ~ ·~~. Then can you wonder that her face turned white and her heart al most stopped beating when she faced her lover of old. "Good afternoon," Jack said, "with extended hand." Mary answered him coldly but ignored the outstretched hand. "How are you ?" he next asked. "Very well, thank you," she an swered in the same cold tone. "Would you like to go to a picture) show ? I should like to talk to you." 'No, indeed," Mary replied "I am ; g3ing to meet my husband." "Oh very well, he answered irn § 'er-hl h . tu ,,. See ,bU 3Til sometime when babby is away." Just then the car that Mary had f thought would never come slowly c came to a stop. And Mary left the 'a man she once thought she loved without a word. b Never will Mary forget that home b coming; also, the days that followed h were a whirling Kaleides cope of imagined horror. b She had thought the old dim hor ror over and done with, but now w she knew it never would be. a' Maybe J...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 19 August 1915

WIRE BUSINESS FIRMS WHO WANT YOUR TRADE y llw find it to your interest to watch these columns each week. S irms will give you splendid values and good service, and they ict your business on tre above mentioned basis. n You Want Drive IP plrt of the city or Id fortheday and want eoles and nice rigs CALL L. KNIGHT Sutand at Conmmissary Phone 93 We Ske All Trains SEN'S CREAM PHONE 48 HEADLEY'S RESTAURANT OPEN ALL NIGHT COOKING SPNDID SERVICE EUROPEAN HOTEL CLEAN, AIRY ROOMS S0 CENTS IEADLEY'S North Bogalusa Real Estate aid Rentals -AS. WEBSTER OfWice N. Bogalusa Phe - -. 426 i You Buy ,it ame to "The Tailors Inw." It costs no more perfct workmanship, instyle, and fabrics if Itui salit. kUG BROS. dmblabil Street. NTRACTS Why risk your money with contractors who cannot furnish 1i1. a bond when you can get better material and labor in your building at a less cost to you and have furnish you with an indemnity bond signed by States Fidelity & Guarantee Co., with assets of 110000.00. I ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 19 August 1915

YY ýI1 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Walsh spent Sunday in New Orleans. C J. Lyles visited New Orleans friends and relatives Sunday. 6 Philip Pesses, of New Orleans, I spent Sunday with Bogalusa friends. Mrs. E. E. Loflin returned to her home in Columbia Monday. Miss Bertha Fournet left Monday to visit relatives in Like Charle3. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Bergeron left Monday for a pleasure trip to Chicago. Mrs. B. E. Welch, of Michigan, Ave. left for a visit with her hus band in Folsom. Mrs. Bertha Beachamp left Satur day for a visit with Miss Hattie Tal ly in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. V. S Hamilton spent the week-end with relatives in Sli dell. Mrs. S. E. Richardson and child ren spent the week end with rel atives in Angie. Mrs. L E. Watson accompanied by her son and daughter left Satur day for a visit with relatives and friends. Judge C. Ellis Ott and wife left Saturday for a visit with relatives in Mt. Herman. Little Lucy Lott, of Michigan Ave., left Monday for a visit with relatives in Bassfield ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 26 August 1915

, ,+, . ý, e i"{ P °ýy b ;,y.. ý`ký ` ýlYý ! 'ý^yý' 7tZ`ý'" ý I: ;" }ýtýý rý ?i*-'"cr. y_ýý .ý;SýFý:flM 4 A ;La e " . i 'ý i I t't rý ,ri'° ýýý!týý ' J r ^" Z i- -Ip·.oll : .. ~Pt. BOL*Abh.~ I 1 BOGALSA, LOUSIANA, HURSDAYAUGUST 6, 1915 IENOUNCE PROPOSED VlNYENTION ISAYS ITSHOULD BE DEFEATED TUES, vsTaxes Will 1Be Raised And That Another Bond Deal Will Be Put AcrossI By Wexler And Associ-I stes politics, fear of another bond deal Sol Wexler and associates and * of taxation in hard times giving as the main reasons for the proposed constitution svention by Attorney General t and also a' prominent can for Governor of the state. Peasants statement is as fol d.L Pleasant statement follows 7:rst-I am opposed to the con al convention because the of the holding of a conven seems to be that of raising at a time when cane culture ttled, cotton is about to be contraband of war. and 'generally is dull on account the war. WEXLER WILL PUT OVER BONDS '`Second-Because there will pro yhe an attempt...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 26 August 1915

BOGALUSA'S I PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. J. M. BRUMFIELD - Dentist - HOURS 8 a. m. to 12 m. 1 to5 p.m. COMMISSARY BUILDING DR. M. T. CAPPEL - Dentist - Hours 8 a. m. to 12 m. I tV 5 p. m. Office in the COMMISSARY BUILDING Bridge Work a Specialty -=-•----O ---•-- --6 - -= --*-0-4 • ••i DR. J. N. BALL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Over Lears Drug -Store DAY PHONE 300 NIGHT PHONE 41 Hours 9 to 10:30 a. m. 3 to 5 p. m. _._. " CIaALuE Eu. 4 .ue 4 i/'JLA &Ut:UL 4 Office Phone 108 Res. Phone, 15. Office over Washington Bank and Trust Co. 0. W. ALFORD, N. D. Phdi OFFICE UP STAIRS OVER CITY DRUG STORE Wgalsa, - La. it The Farmers Store This store besides enjoying a big patronage from the citizens of Bogalu a is also known as the place where the farmers enjoy doing their shopping. This Is The Reason When anyone comes here for an article they will find it here - --and at the right price. No running over the city to find it. A large force of competent salespeople are always ready to give you ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 26 August 1915

SCHOOL SUPPLIES Of Every Description At LEAR'S DRUG STORE I Come here and get the best and at a saving. -/:-:-J- I TIXES NOT GELINIUENT There will be no penalty on 'de linquent taxes in the City of Boga lusa until the assessment roll as approved by the Parish Assessors has been received and filed with the Tax Collector for the City of Bogalusa. J. K. Johnson, 1 Com. Accts and Finances. BUY YOUR SHOES AT THIS STORE Where you will find the largest stock, the latest styles and choic et assortment to be found it the parish at prices that are, by far, the lowest. Extra special values await you. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES BERENSON -- BROTHERS More Interesting Than the Election During the next few months the voters of Wasington Parish will begin to take notice of the approaching election and we wish to advise every man in the parish that at present this is the most interesting place in Bogalusa because we are dis posing of our stock of clothing and furnishings at low prices- ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 26 August 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE"-_ PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT '104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE tl *UBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE PHONE 111 01 CLYDE S. MOSS . . ...... OWNER.PUBLISHER Entered as second-class matter December 31, 1914, at the Postoffice at Bogalusa. d Louisiana, under the Act of March 3. 1879. a BE SURE AND VOTE TUESDAY t REGARDLESS OF THE FACT that there are no candidates to elect c do not think that the election next Tuesday is not important. Every man si in Washington parish who is entitled to a vote should go to the polls and In cast his ballot. If you favor higher taxes, more bonds, more offices and c a political conclave in New Orleans. which will result in new organic laws that will effect you and your children and perhaps your grandchildren tl then cast your ballot in favor of holding a Constitutional Convention. If you are opposed to paying more taxes, creating new offices for some "slipping" politicians then vote against the Constitu...

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