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Apply A. L. Hick Superintendent for R. '^âCo-, Bogalus«. Lü tt ONCE IN LIFE TIME is all that you should need to buy furniture. But of course, to get furniture that will give â generation of service, it must be of the very quality and given reasonable attention. If you do those two things, you will never Ijg ve to buy but once. More people are finding the wisdom of buying their furniture here for that reason. You're doing yourself an injutsice if you do not come here for your furniture and jew elry* # «BUSINESS BETTER EVERY DAY!" S. COHEN Cohunbia Street PHONE 171 iiznuaizB YOU'LL BE SURPRISED HOW LITTLE IT WILL COST TO OWN A CAR ft are offering this week a number of bargains in used cars. Come in and ! over the cars listed below. You may just what you want: 18 Seven-Passenger Buick Six Five-Passenger Overland Five-Passenger Chevrolet Five-Passenger Maxwell Five-Passenger Ford Ford Roadster 1917 Five-Passenger Dodge SOLD ON EASY TERMS CITY GARAGE Authorized Agents Overland, Buick, Nash.and Chevrolet FEIï!fEfî!fîll ït RfîïlEfïïIgfBînifBfi ! Iï!fîlf£ • "A ' ' ; V , ,V ' '■ ; The T vpkat American i.s'f.r _■». (•- •*; Ar c.tu v\Wi-' .In 'i 1cm' ^General Pershing has won the confidence j -I «le American people by deserving it He has fully measured up to all of the ^ important tasks which have been to ©entrusted. JPpe strongly advocates "Preparedness." £ Preparedness, for the invidual, means NOW for the emergency that will *ely come. J* you believe in "Preparedness" start a wags account today with this strong bank. splendid interest—absolute protection as to »d a courteous service that embraces every could expect of a good bank. A DOLLAR STARTS AN ACCOUNT. WASHINGTON K Gl TRUST C Bank in Washington SON VERY SICK Otis, the 19-year-old son ot James Adams, proprietor of the City Barber Shop, is in a critical condition at BIG WEEK AT V FOR FATHERS AND SONS "National Father and Son Week" is to be celebrated, beginning Mon day, February 15, and the Bogalusa ' Y. tion in Bogalusa. Mr. Green way! the boys' secretary, will have the pro M. C. A. will lead in its célébra gram in charge, and several features of prominence have been promoted. A boys' meeting will be held Tues day, a "Father and Son" banquet evening, will be given Thursday evening, a j father's conference will be held Fri- ; - - — day night, and "Go-to-Church" day will be observed on Sunday. Special stress is being placed on the banquet and invitations are gen- eral to all .the fathers of Bogalusa that they may take advantage of hav- ing a social evening with their sons. Fort Sam Houston hospital, Houston Texas, suffering with pneumonia. Word from his bedside Tuesday was to the effect that there was a slight changé for the better in his condition which, however, is consid ered very serious. LEGAL NOTICE Mayoralty of Bogalusa City HaU, February 4th, 1920. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids Will be received at the office of the City Clerk, City of Bogalusa, La., on or before 12 o'clock noon, on the 5th day of March, 1920, for the con struction of Tar Penetration Process Pavement in the City of Bogalusa, on the following streets and avenues, to wit: Columbia Street irom Sixth Street, as shown on the map of the Great Southern Lumber Company, north ward across Bogue Lusa Creek Bridge, thence continuing on up un named avenue to Georgia Avenue, thence westward on Georgia Avenue to Alabama Avenue, then westward down Alabama Avenue ,to Austin Street. On Memphis Street from Alabama Avenue to Louisiana Ave nue; on Louisiana Avenue from Memphis Street to Austin Street. On Austin Street Bridge at the northern line of Railroad Avenue, thence south to the southern line of Okecho bee Avenue; from the eastern line of Austin Street on Okechobee Avenue westward to the western line of Cum berland Street, then from the east ern line of Austin Street around Railroad Avenue to Cumberland Street, across Cumberland Street to Superior Avenue; westward in Su perior Avenue to Shenandoah Street; southward down Shenandoah Street into Cumberland; on across Avenue "B" Bridge, thence up Avèttue "B" to the south line of Eighth Street, thence down the east line of Avenue "B" out Eighth Street westward to the west line of Avenue "F," thence from the south line of Eighth Street to the northern line ©f Sixth Street, up Avenue "F," thence from the west line of Avenue *'F" eastward un Sixth Street to the east line of Ave nue "B." Then Fourth Street from the west line of Avenue "B" going eastward to the east line of Colum bia Street, as per plans and specifi cations on file in the office of the City Clerk. The bids must be accom panied with certified check in favor of the City of Bogalusa for One Thousand ($1,000.00) Dollars, as a guaranty of good faith, to guarantee the entering into contract within forty-eight (48) hours after notice from the City Attorney that the bid is acceped and that the instrumens are ready for signature. The certi fied checks to be returned to unsuc cessful bidders. This advertisement is înœrtH by virtue of the provisions of Ldcal As sessment Ordinance No. 9, and the pavements are to be constructed in accordance with the plans and speci fications on file, the contractor to furnish such labor and materials as called for in plans, and specifications and to be paid therefor in accord ance with the terms and conditions of Act 14 of 1914, Sections 18 and 19, under which said act the pave mens are being constructèd,' and the contractor to accept certificates without recourse on the City of Bo galusa for the work done. The Commission Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Bids to be opened m open meeting of the Commission Council on the 5th day of March, 1920. By order of the Commission Coun cil. K. I. BEAN, City Clerk. v 3-4-20. SEALED BIDS WANTED MAYORALTY OF BOGALUSA, City HaU, February 4th, 1920. Notice is hereby given that the Commission Council of the City of Bogalusa will, at a special meeting February 14th, 1920, receive sealed bids for the following materials: Minimum of 5360 cubic yards No. 2, and 983 cubic yards No. 4 air cooled slag; maximum of 8039 cubic yards No. 2 and 1474 cubic yards No. 4 air-cooled slag; minimum of 148,000 gallons of Tarvia or tar; maximum of 220,000 gallons of Tar via or tar. Prices to be submitted on each grade with analysis of tar. The plans and specifications for the above materials will be found on file with the City Clerk, City Hall, Bogalusa, Louisiana. All bids must be accompanied with certified check of bidder for Two Hundred ($200) Dollars as a guaranty of good faith, which check will be returned upon signing of contract. Contract to be signed and bond furnished in ten (10) days after bid is accepted. AH bids must be in the hands of the City clerk on or before 12 o'clock noon, February 14th, 1920. The Commission Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Commission Coun cil. K. L BEAN, City Clerk. 2 - 11 - 20 . HOGS BEGIN TO GET OFF STREETS A prominent citizen of the vicinity of Jewtown was reported to have lost several pounds in weight, and his ' grazing on the green of Bogalusa. ; temper a number of times, in trying ! to round up his hogs that have been A well-aimed order from Commis sioner Lindsiey to the police depart ment to enforce a hoary ordinance forbidding hogs to run on the streets j « the caus€ of this splendid eitizen ; so many different things be- sides a possibility of losing his hogs. 3-4-20 LEG AL NOT ICE Mayoralty of Bogalusa City Hall, February 12, 1920. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Clerk, City of Bogalusa, La., on or before 12 o'clock noon, on the 12th day of Mareh, 1920, for the construction of wells and the furnish ing of materials, etc., as follows: For the necessary wells, machinery .and equipment completely installed for water supply of a minimum of three million (3,000,000) gallons per twenty-four hours (24), delivered in a surface reservoir, for a head not to exceed five (5) feet from the sur face of Hie present ground. Each contractor is to furnish with his bid a complete and detailed set of plans and specifications of his proposed bid. Each bid' is to be ac companied by a certified check for five (5% ) per cent of his bid. This advertisement is inserted by order of the Commission Council at its regular meeting February "'Srd, 1920. The Commission Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Bids to be opened in open meeting of the Commission Council on the 12th day of March, 1920. By order of the Commission Coun ciL v • K. I. BEAN, 3-11-20 City Clerk. LEGAL NOTICE Mayoralty of Bogalusa City Hall, February 4th, 1920. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids wiil be received at the office of the City Clerk, City of Bogalusa, La., on or before 12 o'clock noon, on the 5th day of March, 192C, for the erec tion of concrete sidewalks in the southwest section of the City of Bo galusa, on the following streets and avenues, to-wit : Starting on north side of Fifth strèeà at the west line of'Avenue F, thence to the east line of Avenue I; on Sixth Street on the north side of Aveasue F to east line of Avenue G; on the south side of street from Ave nue F to the east line of Avenue H; on Seventh Street, both sides of the street from Avenue F to Avenue G ; Eighth Street, both sides of street, from Avenue F to Avenue G; on the west side of Avenue F from Sixth Street to Eighth Street; on Avenue G on the east side from Fifth to Sixth Street, thence on both sides to Eighth Street: on Avenue H, from the south line of Sixth Street to north line of Eighth Street as per plans and spec ifications on file in the office of the City Clerk. The burs must be accom panied with certified check in favor of the City of Bogalusa for Three Hundred ($300.00) Dollars, ,as a guaranty of good faith, to guarantee the entering into contract within forty-eight (48) hours after notice from the City Attorney that the'bid is accepted and that the instruments are ready for signature- The certi fied checks to be returned to unsuc cessful bidders. 1 This advertisement is inserted by virtue of the previsions of Local As sessment Ordinance • No. 8, and the sidewalks are to be erected in accord ance with the plans and specifica tions ojs file, the contractor furnish ing all labor and materials and to be paid therefor, in accordance with the terms and conditions of Act 136 of 1898, as amended by Act 131 of 1904, page 295, under which said Act the said sidewalks are being erected. The Commission Council reserves the right to reject any and *11 bids. Bids to be opened i:. open meeting of the Commission Council on the 5th day of March, 1920. By order of K. L City Clerk, DUES QRUß STORES ^QUESTION BIRD Di régions am aACh 'bone Grate in and. jnMtfg '•» ? W HEN YOUR HAIR begins falling off your head, it denotes a lack of exercise and nourishment—not of. the gray matter ,but of the scalp that tops it. We have the proper food with which to feed the impoverished hair roots and the proper brushes with which to enliven the pores of your head. Jones' Drug Store Cassidy Bldg. Bogalusa Bogalusa Enterprise, the South's Greatest Weekly, $2.00 a year. FIRE AT SCHOOL HOUSE The fire department made a good run Monday to Adamstown when the school hoase there caught fire, due to the fact that the chimney fell down and the wall of the building ignited. Prompt action on the part of Chief Pittman and the boys held the damage from flames to about $ 10 . 00 . CARDINAL GIBBONS COMING His Eminence, Cardinal Gibbons, is expected in New Orleans March 2 on his annual visit to his family here, leaving Baltimore February 29 for that purpose. .He wil be the guest of his brother, John T* Gibbons, in Canal street, and of his sister, Miss Margaret Gibbons, now in her 92nd J year.—Times-Picayune. TO OPEN NEW STORE J. W. Caraway, merchant on Aus tin street, has decided to open a new store on Columbia Road. He will not make the new store one of general merchandise, but a specialty store in prder to enable him to turn spec ial stocks over in a hurry. BROWN AND OX-BLOOD SHOE POLISHES BEST FOR HOME SHINES-SAVE THE LEATHER THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES Ako PASTES and LIQUIDS for Black, Tan and White Shoes THE F. F. DALLEY CORPORATIONS LTD.. BUFFALO. N. Y. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan is the favorite family car, seats five comfortably. While an enclosed car with permanent top, it has large windows, and may in a minute be changed to a most delight ful open car with always a top protecting against the sun. In inclement weather it;is a closed car, dust-proof, water-proof, cold-proof. Finely upholstered. Equipped with electric starting and lighting system and demountable rims with 3j4-mch tires front and rear. A real family car. Won't you come in and look at it? The delights of the electric car with the economy of the Ford. Rester Motor Co. fXTE 0 ? * 0 . •* , jf 1 jh YOUR FAMILY'S HEALTH depens to a large degree, of course, on the condition each takes of him or herself, but when you are sick, it is important to know that the medicine you order is going to be FRESH, PURE and COMPOUNDED EX ACTLY like the doctor prescribed, and de livered immediately. There is where we come in—being known as the "Store That Guard« Your Health." CITY DRUG STORE "Th* Ster« That Appreciate* Your Butine**" W. EMMETT HALL, Ph. a, Proprietor. * CEMENT BLOCK • PLANT OPENED L. T. Richardson, an extensive property owner in Richardsontown, has launched a new business, which he claims gives promise of largo re turns in Bogalusa. He has installed a cement block factory and brick kiln and expects to put out for the mar ket cement block and white surfacing' brick. He has already 'made more than a carload of the product, and some of his material has been pur chased for finishing work on the new school houses that are being built in. Bogalusa. Mr. Richardson hopes to enlarge 4 his plant as his trade grows and' J make this new business one of value, to the city. BROTHER DIES Frederick Morgan Krönet nephew of Mrs. M. Weimers of Denham town and a brother of W. F. Krone, a Bo galusa contractor, died in New Or leans Sunday and was buried Mon day. He had been a victim of tuber* culosis for three years, staying most of the time in Covington.