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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 23 December 1915

For the convenience of the Bogalusa people, arrangement has been made I to pay your tax at the Washington Bank and Trust Co., or the First State S Y our Poll Bank. If you fail to pay your poll tax before Jan. 1st you cannot vote in _... the primary next month or the Presidential election next year. ,&LAUSA ENTERPRISE VOLUME 2 BOGCALUSA, LOUISIANA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1915.ER DBOALUSA CITIZENS. PREPARE SFOR HAPPIEST CHRISTMAS OF ALL First Event Will le The Big Christmas Tree At The Y. M. C. A. Friday Evening Where Every Boy And Girl Is Invited The most enjoyable Christmas in ae history of Bogalusa is the in dcation for this year, not only for little folks but the grown ups = well. On Friday evening at 7 c'clock the doors of the Y. M. C. A.. open for the little folks, which ent is first of the holiday sea ro. One Christmas tree would not gin to hold all the presents so it was necessary to have two. At lis event all the children of Boga lsa are not only invited, but re iested to...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 23 December 1915

VALUE OF PARISH FAIRS CANNOT BE OVERESTIMATEO Retrospcctive \'iew O)fl Washington Parish Fair Since Its Inception. Any resident of the parish of Wash ington who has lived within its borders a period of ten to twenty years can note with wonderment the transition from long period of sluggish operations to enlivened en ergies and rapid activities. And with all has been general prosperity an improvement of conditions and a minimum of impoverishments. Ten years ago the population of the parish was less than one half of what it is now; there was less busi ness activity: less railroad traffic; less money made" less good roads to travel; no telephone system nor telegraph, except one or two private lines; no motor vehicles; few labor saving devices; and less intercom muning among the people where residences were far apart. There was little competition in trade; little rivalry in commercial or professional life; and happiness was limited to restricted environments beyond which but few ever ex...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 23 December 1915

rANY BOGALUSA CHILDREN WRITE TO SANTA CLAUS THROUGH ENTERPRISE Bogalusa, La., Dec. 18, 1915.1 Dear Santa Claus, bring me a cow boysuit and fire crackers and some fruit and some candy. To Santa Claus from Oren Sanple. Bogalusa, La., Dec. 18, 1915. ]Dear Santa Claus Bring me a bicycle and some firecrackers. Good by, To Santa Claus from Willie V. iuick. Dec. 12, 1915. anta Claus - Please bring me some toys. My me is Corneluis Kenten, age five ear and I have one little sister ilian Kenten three years. We orphants of J. W. Kenton, our ome is on North Avenue, Richard # town. Dec. 18, 1915. r Santa Claus I am a little boy of Bogalusa. I ye on Horn Ave., my house is not mberd, but it is in front of 263. ;Jease bring me a sweter and auto -jd a rain coat and please bring :jhy little baby brother a little wag a and rocken chair. I will close hoping you will come. I will close from Lamption Martin and little brother Elma. Horn Avenue Bogalusa, La. Bogalusa, La. Dec. 14. 1915. bear Santa Claus ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 23 December 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA, ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE NEW ORLE.\NS OFFICE 414 N. O. NATIONAL BANK BUILDING SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 CLYDE S. MOSS . . . . * OWNER-PUBLISHER Entered as second-class matter I)ecemher :l, 1914. at the Postollice at Bogalusa Louisiana, under the Act of March 3. 1lh7ii. ,=.__ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - ... - _ _ . . _ -: . :- - . . . .. OUR FIRST BIRTHDAY With this issue the Enterprise becomes one year old and it has been the intention of the Enterprise to keep pace with the progress of Boga lusa-the best and most progressive little city on earth. How well we have succeeded we will let our friends decide. During the coming year Bogalusa expects to grow as never before and suffice to say is that many improvements can be expected of the Enterprise. We say now, as in the first issue of the Enterprise, that the Enterprise is YOUR paper. The Enterprise has made it a policy to boos...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 23 December 1915

' U' tLU3PI LA I L u- IuII DON'T FAIL TO HEAR RUFFIN G. CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, JANUARY 25, 1916 CLadies One Especially Come Invited All AND 0 THERS Will Address the Voters of Washington Parish at the Following Places and Dates: Rio School House, 9:45 a. m., Monday, Dec. 27, 1915 Isabel " " 11:00 a. min., Monday, Dec. 27, Enon " " 12:00 noon, Monday, Dec. 27, " Mt. Herman School House, 2:30 p. m., Monday, Dec. 27, 1915 Sunny Hill " " 4:00 p. min., Monday, Dec. 27, " Franklinton Court " 7:30 p. m., Monday, Dec. 27, " Hackley School " 10:00 a. min., Tuesday, Dec. 28, " Pine " " 12:00 noon., Tuesday,Dec. 28, " Angie " " 2:30 p. m., Tuesday, Dec. 28, " Varnado " " 4:00 p. m., Tuesday, Dec. 28, " Bogalusa Y.M.C. A. 8:00 p. m., Tuesday, Dec. 28, "

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 23 December 1915

BOGALUSA'S PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ": DR. J. M. BRUMFIELD ;:i - -~ Dentist -- ". " HOURS 8 a. m. to 12 m. T-"' 1 to5 p.m. COMMISSARY BUILDING I+++++++ --*++++++.++,+H-++-+ DR. M. T. CAPPEL - Dentist - Hours 8 a. m. to 12 m. 1 t, 5 p. m. Office in the COMMISSARY BUILDING Bridge Work a Specialty 4-+++++++- { -+"-+++++ 4+++++++++--Hi DR. CLAVE E. GILL DENTAL SURGEON i Hours 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Nights and Sundays by appointmeut. , "3. Office Phone 108 Res. Phone, 185. Office over Washington Bank and Trust Co. SI-.--I-+++++I-i-I-++++++++!H+*++' 40 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. .. m. 3to 5 p.m. .... . 4_ +111t 11+t!t.. I . I"- I 1--4t----- .. i " S J. F. PIGOTT, .D. D. S Chronic Diseases and I General Practice Office at Lear's Drug Store 4 N. Bogalusa Phone 300 3to5 p.m. William's Drug Store * 4 Columbia St. Phone 97 - 1:30 to 3 p.m. Residence " i 403 La. Ave. Phone 229 •.-:-14+++++++:++I-I-EE=E:.=..=....

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 23 December 1915

T11E I OKEN QOIN A Story of Hystery and Adventure g EMERSON HOUGHI From the Scenario by GRACE CUNARD C,,OP'/I. Novelized From the Motion Picture Drama of the Same Name. Produced by the Universal Film Manufacturing Company. SYNOPSIS. Kitty Gray, newspaper woman, finds In a curio shop half of a broken coin, the mutilated inscription on which arouses her curiosity and leads her, at the order of her managing editor, to go to the prin cipality of Gretzhoffen to piece out the story suggested by the inscription. She is followed, and on arrival in Gretzhoffen her adventures while chasing the secret of the broken coin begin. NINETEENTH INSTALLMENT CHAPTER LXVIII. Count Sachio's Search. "Your majesty, I can now assure you of our success." Count Sachio of Grahoffen spoke calmly. On his face was written full conviction of the truth of his words. He stood once more with his monarch in the great hall of the palace of Gra hoffen, whither he had hastened at once on his return from the rival capital...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 23 December 1915

" hings You Get Here Nithout Extra Charge There are some features about Selz shoes and the kind of service we render, in connection with their sale, you can hardly expect to find in the average shoe store. One is: every shoe in our store is a live number, fresh, new, clean goods; not carried over from one to ten years. Another is: we carry a very wide range of sizes and widths enabling you to secure a perfect fit. You will not be talked into buying footwear that don't fit. This is as much to our interest as to yours. Shoes last longer when properly fitted and it's our business to see that Selz shoes live up to their well known reputation. Siilt Treedre Soft Vici Fexible Seat Tread R 2 bRuobberss _ - C =oHeel MOI)EL SHOE STORE Slherman Bldg. ('olumbia Street. TV 0. B. Boyd made a business trip to Varnado Saturday. Miss Florence Davis spent Friday in New Orleans. Mrs. J. N. Ball spent Friday in New Orleans. M. K. Pearce made a business tilp to New Orleans Thursday. Miss Adele Mounger...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 30 December 1915

t - -' 4 · -r FA ua MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP Two New Industries To Locate In Bogalusa Soon BOGALUSA E NTERPRISE "i VOLUME 2 BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1915. NUMBER 2 COMMITTEERECOMMEND $2 0I 0 BiNO ISSHEO [O RIMPR O VEMENTS BOND ISSUED FOR IMPROVEMENTS Suggest That A Lower Light Rate Be Given And The Advantages Of Municipal Ownership AreMany- TheyI Report In Full On Monday afternoon, the Citi- . Yzens Committee made a report to a the Commission Council regarding a municipal ownership, the purchas- r lag of schools and other improve- r ments. The committee recommends f la bond isse of $200,000 and their t freport in full is as follows: r Bogalusa. La., December 27th, 1915. r To the Hon. Mayor and Commis sioners, . City of Bogalusa, La. -.Gentlemen: We have been called upon to put r before you the question of the pro bable purchase, by the City ef Bog .alusa from the Great Southern Company, of it's Water and Sewer age Systems. I 'We wish to lay before you our :version of t...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 30 December 1915

MAN WHO KILLEi TWI DECLAREO INSANE Was Same fMan Who Wanted Interview With President Baton Rouge, La., Dec. 23. Robert L Knox, Orleans surveyor of customs who last week killed his former friend and business associ ate, Benjiman Foster, and Alex Fraenkel, charity patient, was com mitted to the criminal division of the insane asylum. District Attorney Holcombe gave out the following statement: "There is nothing to say about this unfortunate affair beyond the fact that I am thoroughly convinc ed that Mr. Knox was at the time of the shooting and still insane. I think his act was due to that form of insanity which transforms the vic tim's mind into imaginary enemies. It is evident from his conversation with me, he had known Mr. Foster for quite a while, and his grievance against the deceased was purely imaginary." "I will try to have a lunacy com mission appointed and have Mr. Knox committed to the criminal department of the insane asylum. If the court decides it necessary for a trial ap...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 30 December 1915

AIIIMEDS SHOULD MAKE INYENTORY EACH YEAR Know% Exactly Ilmprov'e ncinIts rale .il Prolit The old farmer who is e'deav oring to !uild up a more eti'ient and proiitati, business seldom re tains nlI:'h cash. When monney is received ite buys a new implement, another animal, improves a build ing, or makes payments on bills for things bought on credit. During the course of the year he may re ceive and pay out large sums of money, leaving almost no cash at the end of the year. The annua returns may seem to have been only a fair living for himself and family. whereas the farm business may have turned a fair profit, which was invested from month to month. Hence it is important for the farmer's guidance and encour agement that he make an annual inventory of his farm investments. This inventory should be a detailed list, with values, of everything used in the tarm business, including land, buildings, live stock, machin ery and tools, produce for feed or sale, supplies, bills receivable, and c...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 30 December 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE1 PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ' ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE NEW ORLEANS OFFICE 414 N. O. NATIONAL BANK BUILDING SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 CLYDE S. MOSS . . - - - OWNER-PUBLISHER Entered as second-class matter December 31. 1914. at the Postotfice at Bogalusa Louisiana, under the Act of March 3. 1,S7;. THE OLD YEAR---THE NEW Only a few more hours of 1915 remain. It has been a year of un certainty and disappointments to thousands, but nevertheless, 1915 has been good to the citizens of the United States, Louisiana and especially Bogalusa. At the start of 1915 the gigantic struggle in Europe had not reached a stage where business conditions could adjust itself. The end of the war was the only hope for a return to normal conditions. A termination was predicted, but as weeks passed by its momentum seem ed to increase. It required several months for American business to adjust herself to the upheaval, caused by 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. — 30 December 1915

Earning Ability All things mortal wear out, A man's earning ability eventually passes its maximum and declines or ceases. Money follows a course exactly opposite and if placed in a Savings Account or in ,ested in a Time Certificate steadily increases w i t h the compounding of interest. The Strength, Safety and Solidity of this Institution commend it as a bulwark for your savings. 4 per cent paid on Time Certificates 31 per cent paid on Savings Accounts First State Bank BOGALUSA, LA. Oldest Bank in Washington Parish HORSE FLESH TO BE SOLD IN NEW YORK Board Of lHealth Of Me tropolis W ill Permit Sale After IJan. 1 New York, December 28.-Sale of horsemeat for food will be per mitted in New York after Jan. 1, e .the board of health announced to-1 'day. Commenting upon the re-i vocation of the section of the sani tary code which prohibited the use of horse flesh. Commissioner Emer son said that while the health de partment does not exactly recom mend it, no harm can be seen in its use. ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 30 December 1915

PROFESSIBOALUSA'S DIRECTORY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. D. J. "M. BR II:LD : - Dentist Hours 8 a. m. to 12 m. Office in the COMMISSARY BUILDING . Bridge Work a Specialty DR. CLAVE E. GILL DENTAL SURGEON Hours 8 a. m. to p. m. " Nights and Sundays by appointme 5t. Office Phone 108 COMMIRes. Phone, 185. " Office over Washington Bridge WorBank and Trust Co.ialty 4..44++,4+M.o4.+++ + DR. J. N. BALL i' DEPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Over Lears Drug Store T DAY PHONE 300 NIGHT PHONE 41 Hours 9 to 10:30 a. m. 3 to 5 p. m. . J. F. PIGOTT, M. D. t Chronic Diseases and General Practice Office atone 108 Lear's Drug Store t N. Bogalusa Phone 300185. Ballk and Trug Store. 1 '..:H +44-44--+++++4-~ - i. 0. WD. ALFORD, . D. Phd PHSICITYAN ANDRUG STOURGEON :: Bogalusa, - La. C F PIOTT, MPANYD ChUndertakers and Embalmerss and Calls accepted anywhere PHONE William324s Drug Store PHONE 324 226 Austin St  YOUR GROCEY In selecting our GROCER, why not choose a store that handles nothing but GROCERIES ? It...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 30 December 1915

The Broken Coin C4 Story of By EMERSON HOUGH Mystery and Masentyre a From the Scenario by [ Adventure Grace Cunard (Copyright. 1915. By Wright A. Patterson) Novelized From the Motion Picture Drama of the Same Name. Produced by thO Universal Film Manufacturing Company. SYNOPSIS. Kitty Gray, newspaper woman, finds in curio shop half of a broken coin, the Mutilated inscription on which arouses r curiosity and leads her, at the order 'ter managing editor, to go to the prin dpality of Gretzhofien to piece out the itory suggested by the inscription. She is *Ibllowed, and on arrival in Gretzhoffen I adventures while chasing the secret the broken coin begin. TWENTIETH INSTALLMENT CHAPTER LXX. The Broken Treaty. In the palace of Gretzhoffen, King Michael's friends and courtiers, King ~jichael's officials, at last began slowly ]o recover from the period of dissipa Ition into which they had plunged as -a expression of their relief from the armed menace so recently at their yal. There is a li...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 30 December 1915

MODEL SHOE STORE Ovi ii >\ \.. t rCaml ta !i We 'Whastuke" "S Gel- Warey Ooze phas h T.uop !et a Modelo Gu" MetalGun MetaM l tsest - l to Counters 0 e a"Selz Waukenphast"n - I o are not going to take any chances on un named, unbranded shoes this Fall. Please remember that "Selz Waukenphast" on a shoe means nothing but genuine leather, and the best that spot cash can buy. S It means supreme comfort for tired feet; that you're going to get what you pay for Syour money's worth. Come, men, and let us show you a "Selz ' SWaukenphast" model that you will be glad to pay your money for-and tell your o friends about. Bring the children here for the famous "Selz Waukenphast, Jr." b0 00 0 °o 0 o 0 0 00 o O$ELZ-Ch*e J. N. Newell spent holidays with his parents in Lockport. La. G. A. Sigler spent Xmas holidays in the Crescent City. Mrs.'J. E. Landry, of Ave. C, spent the holidays in New Orleans. C. E. Elington spent Christmas in New Orleans. F. T. Meade spent the week-end !n New Orleans. Chri...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 6 January 1916

B UALUSA ENTERPRISE BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA. THURSDAY. JANUARY 6, 1916. UIt  '- - ~r l· I CA · C r I· I .. .. ... . .. . .. . . . .. . . .. . .. .. . . . . )- -- .... .. . .. ... .. ... -- -J .. .... . .. .. .. . .. ..... f····· . .. .. ... . . ICOTON u 1THSLO6AN't ti F'armer Urged ' rr Pint A Few' Aeres ti This Year P gIC __MON[Y HERE R use Cotton Is ('ash Crop And 1)emand Is Great r if 1planidng of more cotton in ti ton Parish is being urged if. in0ess men as well as some of we.o-do farmers and indica are that during the present Sthere will be a larger cotton than ever before. Announce thas been made by the Bogue 0 Stock Farm that they will 10 acres in cotton next spring, only in this section, but in b section in the state an effort i I~agmnade to induce a greater I ag o cotton. Where truck e be raised it is known that a will grow. Cotton is known t b a cash crop and those 1 a psition to know predict t cotton will bring a good price s fall No farmer will be asked -at a large crop, b...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 6 January 1916

Y' Miss Omrnelia O'Neal, of Tylertown., visited Bogalusa Wednesday. C. Nelson spent New Years with New Orleans friends. Mrs. U. B. Bankston, of Franklin ton, is the guest of her sister Mrs. Rustle Crain of Huron Ave. Miss Hester Knight, of Hackley, is the guest of Miss Rosa and Ettie Mizell of Pleasant Hill. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ellis Ott and little son W. C. spent holidays with Mr. Ott's mother at Mt. Herman. Mrs. B. Q. James returned home Thursday after a pleasant visit with relatives in Brookhaven. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lutz and child re. arrived in Bogalusa Wednesdays from Marion Michigan to make Bogalusa their future home here. What $100 Will Do! You will agree that every responsible man should become independent- Then, if we give you the use of $4.00 of our money for every dollar paid by you, it must be a good proposition. This is not a money making proposition, nor that of a land company, but an offer on the part of a responsible lum ber firm whose sole interest is to have their land...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 6 January 1916

BHE MONOAY NIfHT =_ i. Promist'. FO T lie I thusiasti(' \(I s dlI A ettcnli(' l ewhalusa peole I "ty of vet heari (! ~ Sfke an address a ý ar,outr '(d r Enterprise last wee. ( twill be here ý,IýIla ev , t Jan. 10th, and at the Y. 1. ( -8'clock will iiimakeh the ad v T whe fact that Col. P'leaanlt t be trying the uar case at ( Orleans Monday and Tueda'., c it possible for hill to return f the magic City, as he ('an come Monday afternouon after court i djourned and reach New ')r- I Tuesday before (~ourt corn 1emeeting promise; t e large attended, in fact if You expect to a seat You had better h on early. Business increasing Nicely Thedeposits of the W<.Iuington and Trust Co., are showing a thy increase as shown by the lament which was nlade piublic Sweek Deposits are $1:38,9(i 11 total resources are $231,821.80. dent Lindsley predicts that the t year will be one of the most ul in the history of Boga for every citizen. Incidently gests, that if you want plenty Xmas money for nex...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 6 January 1916

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE NEW ORLE.,NS OFFICE 414 N. O. NATIONAL BANK BUILDING SUBSCRIPTICN RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 CLYDE S. MOSS - - - OWNER-PUBLISHER Entered as s·: ( ra!-,"'; s maitter 1ec, r:.i,.r :;1. 1!1. at thie P .st ,t'!e at B _a!lusa PLEASANT AND PROHIBITION During the trip that Colonel Pleasant took over Washington last week, he made his position perfectly d!ear on prohibition to the voters of this Parish. He stated from every stump that he was a prohibitionist: that he had always voted the prohibition ticket in his home Parish of Caddo, and that his father had been one of the leading prohibitionist that help ed to make his native parish of Union dry some twenty-seven years ago. He stated, and proved from the records, that the Legislature being largely anti-prohibitionists, that there was danger to the prohibition cause in the injection of this issue at this time in the fight...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
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