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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 8 April 1915

BC ".. ,USA ENTERPRISE BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1915. NUNBER 16 -e ____________________ ROPENS BALL SEASON w First Biall In ('ontest -Between L.oAals . And Pelicans TAKI E BOTH GAIMES Made To Enjoy Them elves D)uring Stay In Magic ('ity baseball season for the year fcally opened last Saturday when a fair sized crowd, of the cold weather at the park to witness the between Bogalusa and the of the Southern League. or Sullivan threw the first visitors decided that they *take no chances on letting City boys have honor of them so they started in the ball from the first and in getting a margin that could not overcome smoke of the battle had it showed that the had 10) runs to their credit locals had 5. McDaniel and Stapleton 'hebattery for the locals. ,E SECOND GAME.  crowd witnessed the :a y afternoon but the took the lead in the first by securing 4 runs while the not able to cross the the entire game. Despite -ided score, the fans were  good exhibition of the sport. Stap...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 8 April 1915

LIVE WIRE BUSINESS FIRMS_-_ WHO WANT YOUR TRADE You will find it to your interest to watch these columns each week. These firms will give you splendid values and good service, and they solicit your business on the above mentioned basis. .: HEADLEY'S S RESTAURANT OPEN ALL NIGHT *. GOOD CCOKING SPLENDID SERVICE EUROPEAN HOTEL CLEAN, AIRY ROOMS .. - - 50 CENTS .' HEADLEY'S : North Bogalusa : --,-6-i-=--,, o'¢Oo o.o.%°, ,, ., SINSURANCE, . All Kinds .s. "We Write It Right" New Orleans "I Underwriters Agency : S. LACY DICKERSON, Mgr. DELICIOUS CANDY Only the best and at low prices. SOFT DRINKS. The best dispenser in Bogalusa is here to mix any soft drink you want. SBLANCHARD BROS. N. W. BOGALUSA All That Is New and Correct in . SPRING ± SMILLINERY V SCan be seen here---and at . prices you will appreciate. W. G. Henry & Son SPalm Beach Suits Made To Your Order The Prices Are Within the Reach of All. Rice Woolen Mills BECOME INDEPENDENT OWN YOUR OWN FARMI There will never be, ano...

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

iliW PARISH GEI ENIITENIAR Y TERM One Gets IiCe 'Irl .'ndt1 ppeals ( ' T, The in At the recent e nt rimi ailourtwhici ad ,;i:l i at Frank- b( lAntonlast we.,t r was ~lg a life e n't,:!l while eight veno , persons w :it to the , itentairy. N cre tI it co Pnv !ctel wee from Bo)alus, 1lowinf are beases dispo-e l' !:Ii. the ver diets returned. Seggie StephneY, c,!;r:ed with n minrder tried found guilit',. life sen- i tJ in penitentairy. case appealed 6 to Supreme Court. E Britt. tried on char:- of larceny, fi acquitted A. Craft, tried on charge of cut- i til with intent to kill found guilty, Iseneed to Parish jail 6 months and cost default 60 days. Jesse Hays, tried on charge of shooting at dwelling house, convict el and sentenced to 2 years in peni- 1 tentiary. Albert Young, tried on charge of I embezvlement, convicted, 3 years in penitentiary. Lillie Lee, tried on charge of cut tig with intent to kill convicted, 12 months' in penitentiary. Eogene Magee, tried on charge of assault w...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 8 April 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 CLYDE S. MOSS - - OWNER-PUBLISHER Entered as second-class matter December 31, 1914. at the Postoffice at Bogalusa, Louisiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. TOSSES HAT INTO RING Robert Babington, one of the best young men of Washington Parish, announces in this issue of the Enterprise that he is a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Courts. Mr. Babington is a young man, who if elected to the office is capable of making an excellent official. He is a member of one of the most prominent families in the Parish and has a large circle of friends in every ward. Mr. Babington has always taken interest in the politics of the Parish. and done much for the Democratic Party, is qualified for the office, and will seek his election on the assurance of efficient and courteous official if selected by the voters of Washington Parish. ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 8 April 1915

Band Concerts. With the approach of summer the people of Bogalusa are looking for ward to band concerts. The band boys have worked hard at pratice and are prepared to give excellent concerts. The time of the concerts, the places they will be held and the pay of the band are things to be decided. Some are of the opinion that the city should pay for the concerts, others think the concerts should be paid by a popular sub scription and those interested a e invited to discuss the matter through the columns of the Enterprise so that a speedy agreement can be reached. Birthday Party. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Baker enter tained quite a number of little folks Monday April 5th., in honor of their little son, Lossie Baker on his thirteenth birthday, many games , were played throughout the evening and . dainty refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Flanders have returned from a pleasant visit to New Orleans. SMrs. Fountain Poole is visiting in Covington. Spring Needs No matter what your requirem...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 8 April 1915

iTOUBLE COMET HICK G FOR RHASPE AND WIFE Walked To New Orleans, And Arrested With Wife Herman Raspe, who spent last Tuesday in Bogalusa, leaving h here Tuesday with his runaway n wife, later being put off the train at % Lees Creek and walking to New tl Orleans,is having no end of troubles. , He and Mrs. Raspe were sentencted to 30 days in the Parish Pri,'u at tl New Orleans Thursday. Fo",ll wiing t is the cause of the arrest tiaken r from the Times-Picayune 1f Thurs- ft day. In khaki military trousers, gray b jersey sweater, dark blue man's coat b and a nifty soft brown hat pulled tl down over her face, Mrs. Cecelia o Wilson Raspe, the fifteen-year-old girl who, with Mrs. Augustine Shultz, ran away from their hus bands last Saturday, was arrested with her husband at the Louisville and Nashville station Wednesday ti night by Patrolman Jacobs as they t were about to beat their way to i Mobile on the 9:15 New York train. a "Gee," exclaimed Mrs. Raspe when taken to police headauarters, ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 8 April 1915

pIp5ONAt ' pApAGRPXP Win. Madi on tc I,.st week f{,r Covington. Hy Asset wect: ti) t'w ()'rleats Thursday. Miss T. Evar~., )i.',ltheek, is the guest of Mrs. E. rnirth. Walter Evans, of Tliheek, is the guest of his parent-. B. C. Bane and wife, left last week for Coviagton. Meyer Heiman, of New Orleans, spent Sunday in Bogalusa. R. E. Sneed, of Marsten, was in town Thursday, on business. Morgan Moore, of Adamstown. i; confined to his bed with pneu mnia. Mrs. T. L. Moore and children returned to Tilton, after a visit with relatives, Mrs. L E Hemphill and pretty little son, J. E., left last week to visit relatives in Columbia. George Filigame, of Columbia St., visited relativus in Lumberton last week. Miss Zula Mizell, of Ave B, spent a few days in the Crescent City last week. L, L North ard family left last week for Raceland, to make their future home. Mrs. R..Moss has returned after spending a few days in Columbia with relatives. Mrs. H. Brumfield returned to Kentwood Thursday, after...

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

A VI' Mrs. B. L. Crawford visited re latives in Covington last week. Miss Sallie Holt spent a few days in Bogalusa. S. Lacy Dickerson spent the last of the week in New Orleans. Ex Gov., Sanders transacted busi ness in New Orleans Saturday. Mrs. C. D. Seals returned Satur day from a pleasant visit to rela tives in Rio. N. Adams of Columbia, spent the last of the week in Bogalusa visiting friends. Mrs. J. D. Hampton and little son, returned Saturday to Angie, after a few days visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hanley went o New Orleans Saturday to visit friends. M. LaMark, of Bay St Louis, is the guest of his cousin, A St Amant and family of Ave E. W. R. Donovan accompanied by wife and pretty little daughter, lone, left Saturday for New Orleans. J. J. Walker and wife returned to Franklinton, after spending the t week end with Rev. J. E. Brakefield and family. f Mrs. M. E. Owens returned to Tylertown Monday, after being the ( guest of her daughter, Mrs. M. I George. I M. 0. ...

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

BOCXALUSA ENTERPRISE - . .BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1915. FUl I ... 1u ....su.. a ..,,aem , t. ,, Iii.* a a, .Pa ml qp * AI i*A R,. U B IA UILOOK BRTGHT i FOR MAGIC CITY GS.L. To Ship ('argo To Sngland This Week On ,"Drumloist" PIEE STILL ON AOVANCE pr dfty Carloads Of Potatoes at To Be Shipped From gc Here re tii As spring progresses the lumber b! osoelnues to improve. Demands th .r most all items . are good and tt e are on the upward trend. SMills throughout the "Ozone tl ]Il are well supplied with orders ti ad the general outlook for April is tl ea ýcouraging. Building opera- ft l in the North and East, after b; 1sblia months of winter idleness, cl gvet opened in full swing at last, C idges making heavy calls upon ~retail lumber yards throughout 'dgs sections, whose stocks were sirdy largely depleted. Conse ;u tly those dealers are placing for yard and shed stock as as possible, which of course is v the prices to advance ac odiagly. Many of the retail deal- v .ha...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 15 April 1915

Pe1SoN J. Y. Sanders Jr., spent last Thurs day in Franklinton. Mrs. W. H. Evans, of Lexie, is in town the guest of Mr. Evans. H. M. Headley was a visitor to Franklinton last week. Mrs. M. A. Bailey, of Rio, spentj last Wednesday in town. L. G. Baker, of Jackson, Miss., was in Bogalusa Tuesday. t W. DePhillips and Loyd LettenlI visited New Orleans last week. Otto Thoman, of New Orleans, spent last Sunday in Bogalusa. P. Pigott, of Pigott, spent last Tuesday in Bogalusa visiting friends. Mrs. A. E. Henry, of Columbia St., spent last Thursday in Franklinton. Mrs. P. J. McCarty and children left last week for Folsom, to visit her parents. Ex-Gov. J. Y. Sanders transacted business in the Crescent City last week. Mrs. John Dimitry, of Houston, Texas, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. B. Cook, of Ave B. John White accompanied by Mrs. White left last Thursday for a visit with New Orleans friends. Mrs. J. C. Valadie left last Thurs day for the Crescent City to visit her parents. Mrs. E. 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. — 15 April 1915

rISONED 5CAP LATER DECAPTURDEO F Other Inter(esting NeS s: "otes F'ronuThe Parish Seat Jim Gains, who plead guilty at thelast term of court for having i stolen goods in hip possession, and was sentenced to six months on the public roads took foot bail yesterday morning. The Sheriff was notified and in a few hours he had the fugi tive captured and back in jail. This S-the second convict to escape in the last few weeks. We would sug e4 that the authorities place stripes and spurs on convicts and it will be next to impossible for them to get away. Misses Samuel, MacNeil and Mc Micheal entertained the local faculty last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Ada Babington, Interesting contests .and games were indulged in and delicious refreshments were served. Miss Claudie Hood was carried to the Bogalusa Hospital Sunday after noon, where she underwent1ia suc sessful operation Tuesday morning for appendicitis. The last report from her she was resting well and bad no fever. Miss Ellen Babing...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 15 April 1915

BOGALUSA ENTERPRISE PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSA ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT 104-106 ALABAMA AVENUE SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 CLYDE S. MOSS . OWNER-PUBLISHER Entered as second-class matter December 31, 1914. at the Postoffice at Bogalusa, Louisiana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. FACTS YOU OUGHT TO KNOW That Bogalusa is the home of the World's Largest Lumber Mill with a capacity of one million feet daily and that this mill has operated day and night during the recent "business depression." WHY?--THE ANSWER! On another page of this issue, we print financial statement of the Parish of Washingion, showing indebtedness of $166,976.76, which is an excess of the amount that the Enterprise had thought. We have been' asked both directly and indirectly: "Why is the Parish in such a bad way, financially ?" This is a ques tion to which the citizens of our Parish have given considerable thought.1 It is a question that has puzzled the people all over the Unite...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 15 April 1915

I Want A Man. In each community to construct tuular wells. I furnish tools and equipment and teach the trade. $5 and upward per day can be made. A tubular well costs no more than a bored well, but will last a lifetime :d is absolutely sanitary. yy $50 outfit drills a well 100 j et deep in three days. ,or full information address. . I. Weitz, Bogalusa. La., Box 424. When You Buy CLOTHES why not come to "The Tailors WI bow." It costs no more ta get perfect workmanship, the latest styles and fabrics if we rake your suit. STRUG BROS. Columbia Street. i? -- - Furniture Bought, Sold nd Exchanged If you want- to save money, whether you buy or sell fur alture, then trade with IOCALUSA FURNITURE EXCHANGE D. Beinn, Prop. PHONE 306 OPEN AN ACCOUNT AT THIS BANK a and you are assured the best possible service . and courteous treatment. These are two of :i the reasons of the phenominal success of this J institution. This bank is doing all in it's power a. to assist in the upbuilding of Washington...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 15 April 1915

OESTIICK -KULE" TO BE TOMORROW NICHT At Y. M. ('. A. And A Blig Treat Is In Store For All The "Deestrick Skule," the fun nest amateur entertainment in the world, will be given at the'Y M C A Friday night, April 16, under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist church. About forty prominent ladies and gentlemen of Bcalusa will say lessons and miss them, eat dinner out of tin buckets at recess, get whippings in season and out of sea son, and furnish two hours of good, I wholesome fun for their friends to morrow night. As a matter o% fact, when the "Deestrick Skule"i was given in Franklin, Ky., th. entertainment had to be stoppe to keep a man frcm dying, laugh g. When he came Io, he refused to LIVE WIRE BUSINESS FIRMS-. - WHO WANT YOUR TRADE You will find it to your interest to watch these columns each week. These firms will give you splendid values and good service, and they solicit your business on the above mentioned basis. HEAD EY'S RESTA ANT i OPEN AL NIGHT GOOD CC...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 15 April 1915

SAUGHTER TO MET AT BILOXI SInteresting `leeting i E¶pected '1' HI el(I .1May 4 .tnd 5 fifteenth annual convention l 'International Order of Kin s S and Sons will he held in i May 4 and 5. Great prepara Yat being made by local mem f the order for an elaborate I1ap of the visiting delegates. -eadquarters of the Sons will t the White House, andi the rets at the local branch of jKig's Daughters, Mrs. C. J. Wethrby, of Biloxi, is State presi tof 4the order. The following visiting officers will ,Cat the convention: Mrs. Fred L Cleveland, member of cen ; cpuncil; Mrs. W. C. Bowman, corresponding secretary; Wallace Arnold, of G(;reenville, gtwtrer, hMrs. Balfour Klein, of o rg, recording secretary. Concrete Gutter Itis announced that the mer dute of Columbia Road, from 4th., Si , StL, will place a concrete eL56 sewer on the "busy s de.' thr she Ford Owners Drive Their ra Own Cars Ford simplicity gives this pleasure. Simplicity in construction. Simplicity in control. It doesn't En require ...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 15 April 1915

ir~tiJ A. A. St Amdnt, of Ave E, spent Sunday in New Orleans. Mayor Sullivan transacted busi ness in New Orleans VMonday. Miss Clara Branton left Tuesday for Tylertown to visit relatives. E. Berenson, of Berenson Bros, spent Sutday with friends and rel atives in New Orleans. Mrs. T. S. Forbs left Tuesday to I visit her Grand parents in Brook haven. Bogalusa Shoe Surgery V. Messina, Jr. Prop. PHONE 270 r No. 8 Ala. Ave. North Boaglusa Shoes Called For and Delivered. QUICK, SERVICE , Shoes Repaired While You Wait First Class Right Prices SEE our made -ito- measure Palm Beach Suits for summer. Can't beat them fbr the price. e Rice Woolen Mills N II Buy Drugs By Mail Parcel Post Prepaid On All Orders Sent Us Lear's Drug Store "THE STORE OF SERVICE" Austin Street Bogalusa, La. _ _*_ e -t_.___-_- oooo-t___ _o-...t• -e--tt-o-----ooi_.t-_oo__ot__t D DY"NA MITE Any Amount and at the Right Price Special Prices on Large Quantities. D0galusa Mill & Supply Co., + : ,+ + +mf:f: :": t Wm. N...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 29 April 1915

BOGP USA ENTERPRISE BOGALUSA, LOUISIANA. THUiSDAY, APRIL 29, 1915. " I -. - - - ... . . . .. .. . .... . J RESIDENT COOKE MAKES ADORESI! 0 DEPARTMENT HEADS OF 65, 1,, ieeti 1g II ( '..l 'ftern,il .*\ iýl ( El-orlwra tion as '!' .hiect piscussed. Walter P. Cooke. rvi r!eit of the teat Southern Lu ier ('.. atten'd a meeting of the heaib ofall partments foremen and office ployre; of the company, Sunday ternoon. He was introduced to the organization by Mayor Sullivan and Mr. Cooke gave an interesting talk on Co-operation. Following isl' bis address. I am grateful to Mr. Sullivan for opportunity of meeting you afternoon. I thank him for the words, which I find I have to all the time, because, as you know Sullivan, out of the goodness of heart, feels that someone has to you about it, whereas in his case man, woman and child in city knows of his ability, knows he has accomplished here, and don't have to say it. iWe are working for an interesting y, and, as Mr. Sullivan inti to you, it too...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 29 April 1915

BECOME INDEPENDENT SOWN YOUR OWN FARM " There will never be another land crop. and you will never have a better opportunity to own your own farm than now. ": Only $100 Down on 40 Acres Then we will advance you building material to the amount of $400 to erect your own X. home. Is that fair enough ? I Great Southern Lumber Co. CUTOVER LAND DEPARTMENT BOGALUSA - - - - - - - LOUISIANA "**!*** * * I ' ' "' " " '' W. LO. D.OUGLA:S OO LS FOR RNO B O -S. "MEN BERENSON BROS. Exclusive Agents Columbia Street. Furniture Bought, Sold And Exchanged if you want to save money, whether you buy or sell fur niture, then trade with BOCALUSA FURNITURE EXCHANGE I). Beinn. Prop. PHONE 306 'Goat' Getter Already. Officer 0. C. Strattinan, who last week announced that he would seek the office of sheriff of the Parish. has already gone to "getting goats" and if he succedds in getting the goats of the other candidates in such large numbers he will win in a walkover. The' goats he took last Friday consisted o...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 29 April 1915

Safety Deposits No. 168 First Guaranteed SCertificate of Guaranty Dollar for Dollar When one makes a deposit in any bank This is to Certify that the question arises, "Will My Money be Your Account Solicited, Safe?" TYLERTOWN No matter how small. BANK -BANK - 4 o Paid On Time TYLERTOWN, MISSISSIPPI A40 Pi nTm Certificae OUR DEPOSITS ARE Certificates NOW GUARANTEED has complied with the provisions of the n ayh Mississippi Banking Law of 1914, and that its Correspondence against any loss, by the depositors are now Guaranteed by the Bank Invited. Depositors' Guarantee Fund epositorsar ant d the a Invited. of the State of Mississippi. Depositors' Guaranty Fuld of the State of of the State of-Mississippi. ý Mississippi. SGiven under my hand and the Seal of the Banking DIRECTORS: Department of the State of Mississippi, this the 6th day April, 1915. L. L. Lampton, Pres. Deposit Y o u r Money (SEAL) S. S. HARRIS, J. C. Rimes. V.-Pres. SState Bank Examiner W. H. Morse, Cashier. where you Know...

Publication Title: Bogalusa Enterprise
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bogalusa enterprise. — 29 April 1915

BOGALUSA ENTE RPRISE PUBLISHED IN ENTERPRISING BOGALUSAJ ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AT i04-106 ALABAMA AVENUE; SUBSCRIPTION RATES 31.53 PER YEAR IN-ADVANCE :: PHONE 111 CLYDE S. MOSS . . OWNER.PUBLISHER Entf-red as sec ,r:,l- .,' t ?::"lt-r I',.(,.f;}.(r :1. 1!11. ::: t' "t.::' " :(t P `llusa, BOOST PINE AND HELP YOURSELF A movement ha, Kcen ýtartedl to inc.reae the Lci:fptpion of yellow pine which promises to result in mucKh :oo., l,:ovidii4 the deserved co operation of each is given. Bogalusa like many other towns in the south is dependent to a larie per cent upon the luiher conditions. By a con centrated effort on the part of all, million!- of feet of yellow pine could he sold hy the people of Washington Parikh. An increase in the demand for pine means more work, which in turn. means more employed. The more employed means more husiness for you and prosperity for Bogalusa. Every man in Bogalusa can be instrumirental in increasing the demand for yellow pine. A suggcstion has just been...

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