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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 14 October 1915

ti 1 C Clerk, "4.i i '·~'· ýt Mt1: r 1 BOGALSA, LOUISANA, THURDAY, OCTOER 141815 =I.~~ : . - .. . C. I ER BGALUSA YOUTH KILLEOD i BY NEW ORLUNS MINISTER ng IPearsall Shot 4 _While In Home Of New 'r~eans Pastor Monday. kiT en For Burglar G. Pearsall, who resided lusaB for almost two years th son of Nathan Persall for gperal manager of the N 0 G and a nephew of Miss M. former postmistress of was shot and instantly at the home of Rev. Byron ractor of St.George Episcopal one of the most fashionable in New Orleans,early Mon -maing. Rev. Holley took PPrsmal for a burglar and ao shot and young Pearsall Y. by his wife, who told beard a noise in the house, walked to thedoor of his inse and saw. the figure of a :I afar corner, sear a window ieft side of the house. Sare you ?" inquired Dr. * tbe man next door," Dr. msys young Pearsall answer all, get out of here," returned this, said Dr. Holley, the youth a move as if to draw a wea-I Then the rector fired one shot *32 calibre automatic pistol...

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 October 1915

~~". " ' ' " " .. 7·'" < .t" . ' ',' , · ···: ··: ··.·.·' -1 .· , ' ~ '? -. · ·'i !· '* i . . .' . . I re lv,; • .. : .. , · ·. '1 : ,~  ,* '  S.l 1(1111 i P ;·fi ·' Ot ',l THE UNIVERSAL CAR The same strong, servicable Ford car--but at a die lower price. The Ford car, which is giving sat isfaction to more that 900,000 owners, has a ing record for utility and economy that is worthy of prt your attention. Two and two make four.-there , wouldn't be so many Ford cars if they didn't give such splendid service. Prices lower than ever. dci Runabout $390; Touring Car $440 f. o. b. Detroit. On Sale at H. E. RESTER Austin Street ,('I NI II in iiilj YOUR GROCER In .., ; ,, ir (1R!I(I ,hy fot ho1 1 store 1hat i it hi " ii i 0" "{ .RI .. hillue i WLLr aiw fru her o'.. .. r '1ou l l. at the slmiil : o YOU GET SERVICE HER-. TOOC OUR FALL NEEDS *i S I. Can he.t be supplied here. no matter what it i-. New Fall . oods arriving daily and "We have it i will get it, oi it is not ma Prices are r...

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 October 1915

Let us get that fall suit ready One of t:l, mornings you are going to awake and find that its too ciol to wear your summer clothes so why.not send us your last years suit and let us make it Look Like New You won't recognize it as the old suit when we get through with it. The workmanship will be perfect,.the cloth will not be injured and you will think you have a new suit. One of our wagons pass your house daily Bogalusa Laundry "EVERYTHING BACK BUT THE DIRT" New Orleans Great Northern R. R. Terminal Station, ('anal Street, Now Orltanis. LEAVES AlRIUVES Daily, Ext-elpt Sunday. yta i Jackson. Columbia, Tylertown, Boga ar, Folsom. Covington and intermediate piats 3:S p m p pm Folsom. Columbia, Tylertown, Bogs lass sad intermediate points 8:45 a m SUNDAY ONLY 7:38s m Jakson, Columbia, Tylertown. Bogs las and intermediate points 8:06 p m Np to Columbia. Tylertown, Botalusa. Fol us, Covington and intermediate points 10:20 a m Sunday Excursion 7.lSa Fl'lsom, Covington, Abita Springs, Man...

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 October 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISES PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE; SUBSCRIPTiON PATES $!." PEP YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 11" CLYDE S. MOSS .. - - OWNER-PUBLISHER Entered as s"eond-class rmatter I)eetmbher :I1. 1'1I. at the Postoffice at Bn2alusa, Louisiana. under the Art of March 3. 1879. BARRET AND PROHIBITION When our own genial, side-stepping Lieutenant-Governor, the Hono rable Thos. C. Barret, solemnly declares himself for PROHIBITION-it is to laugh ! Mr. Barret served as a member of our State Senate for sixteen years and is now serving as Lieutenant-Governor. And in all that time, nearly twenty years, no man ever heard him by voice or vote give the slightest indication that the cause of Prohibition had in him even a well-wisher; In the great fight in Baton Rouge last May when the Governor, the Ward Bosses, the Liquor Interests and the daily news papers all com bined to put one over on the people we find Smiling Tom lined up solid with the "B...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 14 October 1915

Bogalusas Newest and Most Modern Phone 122 Store Opens Next Saturday Phone 122 You are most cordially invited to attend Not a dollars Worth of Old Goods I take pleasure in stating that after weeks of work and preparation my new store will be I wish to thank the many Patrons for their liberal patronage they have given me and opened Saturday morning, October the 18th. As to how well I have succeeded in giving especially since the fire when I was handicappied in finding room to carry a complete stock. I W0galusa one of the finest stores in the Parish I will let you decide. As to the opening Sat- did the best in my power and perhaps many of my patrons were a little inconvenienced but uday there may possibly be a few little details that have been overlooked but I promise you now I will be prepared to supply all your needs, that an agreeable surprise awaits you. I want you to visit the new store Saturday whether you are an old patron or friend, or Everything that will be on display here w...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 14 October 1915

BOGALUSA'S PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY SDR. J. Ml. BRUMFIELfD Dentist - ". . HOLRS 8 a. m. to :2 m. *" .1 .. ..... :. .. ..:..;. ..'..;..:......... . ......-,..;.- . - -: BUILDING . DR. M. T. CAPPEL i. Dentist - Hours 8 a. m. to 12 m. S1t, 5 p. m. .. Office in the ." : cOMMISSARY BUILDING .. Bridge Work a Specialty . . :..:...:.+ :.+ :+.+.... :..:.. :-.". ' -"-""" I..I.+. DR. CLAVE E. GILL W DENTAL SURGEON + Hours 8 a. In. to 5 p. in. $ Nights and Sundays by Sappointment. ._ Office Phone 108 Res. Phone, 185. Office over Washington : Bank and Trust Co. X*; DR. J. N. BALL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON" t. Office Over Lears Drug Store DAY PHONE 300 NIGHT PHONE 41 Hours 9 to 10:30 a. m. "4 3to 5 p. m. .  ....- ...* - . .. ..* r. .. **!:r . . . J. F. PIGOTT, M. D. " S Chronic Diseases and . General Practice '+ Office at " Lear's Drug Store N. Bogalusa Phone 3.00 ;,'" .,. to 5 p. Il1. William's Drug Store " 3 Columbia St. Phone 9)7 1:30 to 3 p.In. .-. Residence a4.3 La. Ave. PholLe 220 . , ,•.d ALF...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 14 October 1915

The Broken Coin 'The r e7 L. 1IRSON HOUG .3tt i#. i ' ''I· , :pha i r 0 tf y l ' . , Kitty e ol . ' " TEn bii ,i Wh t!ct 11 a e c a n d r a i i , r . . . . : t , -. n i that fait u , i plld tO 1 h i1¢ iti I : . "w ich of you th , m d Ti i turn sl, C"o , lm , thee! ýý.ý t r Nr ver -'ne is no murder, or at leatst no vic- .Wit aid you saw the man lying tiere.' be He spoke to iRoleau.. ' "Your excellency, so he was," re- tert d the lattere "li e lay here on the h lior-directly where you see this h0 d 'tIsi. This man here was bending cat ever him when i caught him. lie was ' . rching for something on the body. het tlay diherectly here when I left this but room, Mousieur le Prefect. That is lea ill I can say." The prefect in anger turned told t Blake, the apache leader. ':o 'hat do i you say?" he demanded. ho "That I should be set free!" smiled sal the latter, showing his ragged teeth. 'de "You, woman--" the chief turned the ac e more to the incoherent maid who the stood wringing her ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 14 October 1915

LADIES' COAT AND SUIT SALE Ladies Coats $7.00 value .... .............. . 98 .. .. S1000 values ................... ...5.98 $15.00 values ......... .. ... 998 $20.00 Ladies Suits............. ........ ....2.50 $25.00 Ladies Suits .......................... .14.98 Made in the very latest Military styles Some have belts and some are made with collars. Come and het one You are certain to be pleased. Berenson Bros. Columbia Street .' . . . . . .. . L _J _ . 2 ; . . . ' __'_ . .. Mrs. L. M. Albritton, of Michigan Ave, spent Monday in Marston. R Nickens. of Pleasant Hill, is visiting his parents in Galvez, La. B. E. Bagley spent Sunday in New Orleans. M. K. Pearce spent Sunday in the, Crescent City. V. J. Ledoux was a visitor to New Orleans Sunday. Earl Lear spent the we t :d in the Crescent City ;yte. Surtdntl:. . i: Uý i. Comforts Blankets Heaters Terms To Suit ROGERS' "If It's For The Home Rogers Hks It" Keep it in. the house / - lno ithe -to ' i wn homre ste fresh t n h price.1 s are...

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

(GjALUSA ENTERPRISE RBOGALUSA, LOUISIANA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1l 1915. mER 5, F. H. GOODYEAR DIES SUD SDENLY WHEN BOARDING TRAIN Was Widow of the Found er of Bogalusa. and Many Comforts of City D)ue to Ser Suggestions, te saddest news that has come ile citizens of Bogalusa in a long was on receiving a telegram * Buffalo Monday announcing Mtrs. F. H. Goodyear, the wid a of the founder of Bogalusa. had ,jenly died. Mrs. Goodyear was closely identi id with her husband when the tans of Bogalusa were being work d out, and many of tht comforts this city are due to the sugges of Mrs. Goodyear. She also an active Dart in improving conditions of living in Bogalusa the many things that werel ted and accomplished by Goodyear were never made .After the death of her husband. Kr Goodyear was the holder of largest stock interest in our munity: but this she considered at of so much consequence as the ibterest she felt in the citizens of hBtalusa who were assisting in the building of the city and 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. — 21 October 1915

See That .. - Your Fall Suit Will Be Ccrrect ·t . 1 + .t n,, u : C i t' I .., " "t ' ·t;;e .1ee ' . , a t ( tdD: · {'"There's A Reason'' AA K, BEALL COMPANY . .. ......... .. .. * **............ TAXES BECOME DELINUENT IFTER FIOAYI OTOBER 15TH NOTIC(E IS HEREBY GIVEN that the asse,,,lnmet roll is now comp;;lete and all ('ity taxes remraining (dul and unpaid onT and after (ctb,er 15th., will be delinquent i:Ind subject to penalty at the rate of ten pei centulll per annuin. This Septemtbr 23rd.. 1915. J. K. Johnson. ('ommissioner of Ac.,unt & Fin FORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR More extensive service for Ford owners is assur ed by the addition of new branches and more agents. Over 900,000 Fords now in daily use --7,000 Ford agents to give service, --should be evidence enough to any prospective buyer of the stability, quality and general popularity of this universal car, and the prices lower than ever. Runabout $390; Touring Car $440, f. o. b. Detroit. Why pay more? On sale at H. E. RESTER...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 21 October 1915

Let us get that fall suit ready One of these mornings you are going to awake and find that its too cool to wear your summer clothes so why not send us your lat years suit and let us make it Look Like New You won't recognize it as the old suit when we get through with it. The workmanship will be perfect, the cloth will not be injured and you will think you have a new suit. One of our wagons pass your house daily Bogalusa Laundry I'IIONE 34 "'EVERYTHING BACK BUT THlE DIRT" New Orleans Gcre3t N r:'. -. R. R. Terlif l .' r t. AYEA AE :AiVi\ES - oi IaL~ilri , ," - la1. F, l . ,: lIu a a n d l i t 'L n I ",' '"'' " t . n i t 6t)0pi m ln , hr !, lr ; . , .; I,: .,i. t:', ,m . .' m i n' t, ,n a '. l . i' . : . ' : ' , l , a I Mandeville. Il.......,.... aldi ilntrmn dia ,. - L p m LOCAL TIME TA3.E. ARRIVES l.E.\V ES New lrlran+ tt .'1 ..o I 00 pm No. I. Dail. excepr :. 1: l intm New Orlean$ to, (,f-ilu" " > Il5 :am No. 12. Sunday ',,: )I t sm New Orleanl. to .la ' &O50pm No M. Sun...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 21 October 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE' PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRiSING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY Tr.'LASDAY AT C4-'06 ALAEAMA AVENUE NEW ORLE1DNS O' CE -4'4 N C. \ATIONAL BANK BUILD:NG sLES ,'(N C F.:'-. A :c; E:' ', -;VANCE ":: CH-'E .....*E - ',"' C"',, .E-".; ;'E EE THE NEXT FAIR. > ranch and i i Ui ..,i,.'t . ,I!; their I;lel;,i,, rt t;tr (I!::.' our:ed out so well. The Bogue C itto Stock Farm Co., ere,'t.d a building of their own, constructed of creosoted lumber which will stand for twenty years. It would be no more than right if the next fair could be held in Bogalusa so as to give the farmers of the Parish an opportunity of meet ing the people of Bogalusa. Bogalusa ought to buy all the farm pro ducts consumed in the city from the farmers of Washington Parish, but these products are not being produced in quantities enough to take care of the population of Bogalusa. Let's hold the Fair of 1916 in Rogalusa, and then hold the 1916 Fair in Franklinton. This will bring the people closer together and get 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. — 21 October 1915

Will You Try ý: a Pair of t Cloth "Top ", , Selz Shoes ' 0 for this winter's wear? Here are shoes that are built to make in lasting friends. To keep up a reputation gained through near :ly a half century of C., Thonest shoe making. ". Saml u Tod * Romber i., L Selz hoes will give Vm you ore wear for your 300 money. than any shoes we kriw of. 6,000,000 people are wearing them today ind are satisfied. MODIEL SHOE STORE Sherman Iu ildn ('olumbia Street Cantata Was fine. Those who wiltnessed Fa:: , Summer Day -iv-n at th Y V C A. last Thursda:y eve-.t. a unanimous in the verdi: ..a , was the best imui.'fi e,,er: . et j inBoalusa for r::: ' : . ,, tMnse who did n,: gee t:,.. missed a rare tr& tr TL e mnent wa, i.: i!: ::.Qr ,_ ;:- " . the Chadni;.."r . :, . those w h o i.ta , .. ' _- - - :. tata rep:.,rt i'.: The f!!' pro ram: Iano Soli, Vocal Solo- ~ : ' Miss Thi'rperi. Reading-"The u;hc tc:. i'rs. T. C. Griffith. Vocal Solo. "Sunset" Mr. illou~r:, Vocal Trio. "Farewell" Misses Thi...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 21 October 1915

BOGALUSA'S PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY i UDR. J. M. BRU M vFIELD Dentist HOURS 3.. . r. COMMISSARV 3U;'_0N .. DR. M. T. CAPPEL .. ": Dentist - n Hours 8 a. m. to !-. 1 t, 5 Fp.., .i. :i ý. DR. CLAVE E. GILL . DENTAL SURGEON " DHours 8 a. m to C pP Ni ht: mid Sund-. ? appointmfe': J Office Phone ' t Res. Phoie, H-.. + Offiýe over W ashinann; ý .. Bg Bank and Trust 4 ** .. . ..... ........ .. +: DR. J. N. BALL : PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ""Office Over Leans Drug Store DAY PHONE 303 '`' NIGHT PHONE 41 _ :i " s: *s Hours 9 to 10:30 a. m. 3 to 5 p., m...: : J. F. PIGOTTN. BLD. Chronic Diseases and { General Practice 4. Office ai tS "a Lear's Drug Store I N. Bogalusa Phone :i'), .º. 3 to 5 p. m. S EWilliam's Drug Store :; hours 9 to 10:,30 a. ".  "0 Columbia St. Phone 47 "1:30 to 3 p. m . .. Residence. 403.La.eAe. Phone, 4. .,. 0: . F. PLFOD, N. P.P .. Chronic-.+ Diseases• a . .. .. .: GenerYICAl rANcticeON'' iearvs D rug STOR e . I .~ . Bogalusa, Phn La.~ NIGHp PHn. Vt . Wlli's Sce tedayhre PO...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 21 October 1915

fHE IDOKEN CIN --Co ASory of Mystery and Adventure 4'EMERSON HOUGH From the Scenario by GRACE CUNARD - M l :, l Im . , , , 1 " , 1. Y. till YGrv" :.n. finds cls iy I , i: l ,l , , t! , ,II; {0itt i. ;,r . lit ELEVENTH INSTALLMENT CHAPTE : XXXIX. Trhe V\'r-e (f Necessity. io she stood :. .: t' t i he Irt- at jit c-f it; .: . (le-p rate I': leap t a . . . . '.tI I -1 Lc- iP1 not lock' o it Butpresc- t;I ' - 'I look both sihe to snd Roleau I : i" I f: ward on tilt p' frin ibut to Ie i r of the car which ih hey occUPI d. A\::.: -d. they saw so Count Fr(ed nlck I-:tIliig to his feet. fa "Now. iAb' au," Ie rid. I"we must st be uick! If the count ha- taken this tit fdeoperate chance it \,-s for some des- hi perate purpos'e cik of it lie knows FI shbout the coin-- w I tust get it before hi hedoes. and l i;. t i;t , ans a ,t once." "How shall t:hat h, donet. rt-xce> hi letiy? said Ri(t l :. :uzzled for just a it moment. `l 'I have it!" r . i . iut. . as they bur- Y: ried deeptr int '!...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 21 October 1915

SWall p9AI .Julia Perkinr left Tthurl iy for a visit to the Crescent City. F. L. Sanford, a leading citizen of Zona, visited Bogalusa Thursday. The Misses Blanchard and Buvinsi spent Saturday in New Orleans. Miss Ledna Taylor left Saturday for a few days visit in Sun. W. J. Ledoux spent Sunday in the Crescent City. M. R. Jones of Zona. wa; a ioSitor S to Bogalusa Saturday. H. Green of Enon, was a Bogalusa visitor Sunday. Taffet Haik, of Pleaant Hill, left Thursday to visit friends aarl -i e tives in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Ske~;, of Marston. were sh:,oiai i.: lu T s lusa Thursday R. T. McConnell, ojf N oew n . is visiting friend, in B~tga' th,"is week. W. F. McDonnell of Bio'.:. . a visitor to Bogalusa Thur-d:(i, on business. DISTINCTIVE STYLES The most beatuiful :ig of Dress Goods, Shoes, Corsets, Lace, Shirtwaists, House Dresses, Etc. Aai t you. Your inspection i invited and your patronage sc licited under the guarantee of Satisfaction Or Your Money Back Dreyfus, Inc. "Th...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 28 October 1915

C NGALUSA ENTERPRISE 1 BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28 1915. NUMBER 45 FINEST N SbOUTH hnsa 1', l o lt- e Iar prettier O()nes Than .\n Southern ('ity I DELIVEll ED IN FEW AYS we In Six ('olors. Black .And White Ones Shown v In This Issue. Never in the history of the Magic f ~has so much interest been n in anything pertaining to ting. as has been shown in the sterette campaign inaugurated the Enterprise. IOn another page of this issue y are shown in Black and White t cuts do not do them full'justice. The originals are printed in six ors, each minute detail having n brought out by the artist. who one of the best ime! in his line the south, t The "stickers" were designed and: raved by the Panama Photo aving Co. of New Orleans. who C past masters in their line, and e turned out sonme of the bestI -rk in this section of the country. Posterettes will be placed on sale the Enterprise office Monday vember 1st, and that the demand *1l be enormous, is attested to by fact that alread...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 28 October 1915

": d r. . ; ,+ ::w. .1* out a i a well dressed man Notice the ell cdrecst renl of T S Bogalt ust A majority of these order thrT s, it, fr, ,i thi a store 1 i ll we hlhle been making all their c',,tt:' for yekar. "There's A Reason" A, K, BEALL COMPANY " ... .: ".! Now "At Home". Tefft Haik, of Pleasant Hill. was married Sunday Oct. 17. to Miss. Margery Huck of New Orleans, at the St. Alphonsus Church. Tefft Hlaik brought his bride with him to Boga lusa that same evening and will make his home here. The wedding took place at 4 o'clock P. M. Sunday. After the wedding a large crowd composed of relatives and friends accompanied the couple on a sight seeing trip around New Orleans. un till train time to return to Bogalusa. Four large 1916 Model Haynes cars and 8 Fords were used. Almost one hundred relatives of Mr. and On Sale At United 5, 10, and 25c Store Fine, Transparent, Gold Banded China Extra Heavy Hotel ('iJ; ti d S.lI 'werg - " Heavy F:namel tew P . P . ' - i; - q, Pudding PdI 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. — 28 October 1915

MakeLast Winters Suit Good As New We know how to do it and if you phone us today and we will return it to you Saturday. Cooler weather is coming and you will need it in a few days. Charges no more than elsewhere Workmanship not to be compared Bogalusa Laundry I I'IVON :A 4" "EVERYTHING BACK BUT THE DIRT" New Orleans Great Northern R. R. TernI.inal St i+ .. 'ual SB'ret, LEAV\'IS AIIU'VES lo se . F u lw r . 'n v inTI ." : ! v ': .,' hl te pnints 35 p m 1:'a p Ini F  m . n ! ", ,r . 18l luia and intirino lia'.' ;1 r In lV a In SI \i)\'s I',il.% 7:135 a i .Jack him..',,h ii 't"l I ..rI', n, L,a llsa and intern -llr:Ir' ;" iI p m :1 p in (',lumnll Tyl, l r , M a u ,-. Fh - )on. (vingiton1 anl il'" rlldialdte l'p :, Iii2'' a m Sundla% I',,,'ur b l, . 1.3.5ain F ll. u Im , CIviltll. Vita s,prinds. Mandeville. L.a,.nb', . F,'rest ;'en and intermlediate ;w inr, "5 p m LOCAL TIME TABLE. ARRI\'ES LEAVES North Bontn,; t.0a m No. 2. Daily except Sunday 1:10 a m New Orleans to Jackson 1:00...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 28 October 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUF NEW ORLEANS OFFICE 414 N. O. NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.1 LUBSCR;PTION PATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE Ill CLYDE S. MOSS - - . . . . . OWNER.PUBLISHER ',ntere 9 :,s '. rnd-class matter 1'riumbr ;1I, 1914. at the Postoffi'e at B,aIusa. Louisiana. unld r th' Art (:f March 3, 1879. PAY YOUR POLL TAX. Those who would have a voice in the present camlpaigl would do well lot to overlook the fact that without this year's poll tax they will have to stand on the side lines. Under the law no one will be able to vote in the primary January 25 unless he is able to show his receipts for 1914 and 1915. If you did not pay your tax last year you will be as effectively dis franchised as if you lived in another state. If you hold a receipt for 1 1914, it will be worthless as a prerequisite to the casting of your vote if l you are not also able to show one for this year. Not only are we going ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
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