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fTST.OCALUS* frSW* 1the , offlce T of e Jfcity of Bogalusa, La., »^jo-clock noon, on the piOLv 1920 , for the con ?*L^8itU m ' noUS Macadam • Jbod and other types '.flvement in the City * 1 « the following streets TÎÎN always finds irtU done. We relieve #2** and -aches of the com Mjr. 1 « furnish it with a ; *L«nt of toilet articles »ti*f »ction. Here you ^ (oarteous service. 5'Drug Store , gldg. Bogalusa FOR EVERY ROOM , IN THE HOUSE AT PRICES THAT YOU CAN AFFORD! Do you know that it isn't what you ipend that makes your home comfortable aad attractive? If« how and where you spend it! Here you do not have to spend lavishly to have harmonious and durable furniture. We have carefully selected each piece, thus we are enabled to offer you only such ar ticles as will fit harmoniously into your home, and that will give you lasting satis ! fiction. "BUSINESS BETTER EVERY DAY!" S. COHEN x Street PHONE 171 IG WEATHER DEMANDS ICI0US ICE CREAM • lusa's famous Ice Cream is gowing pularity each day. Most any flavor re can be delivered at your home minutese' time. Brick Ice Cream special orders will receive prompt at Your Sunday Order Early You']] find Bogalusa Ice Cream at prac , evei 7 store in Bogalusa where ice is sold. boclusa ice company the CAVE ÜNDER HOTEL GRÜNEWALD opened for the season, where a moat ^ P ro S r am is being rendered each even feind where the most delicious food is ^ A most cordial invitation is ex **** Bogalusa folks to visit THE CAVE b New Orleans. Reservations should f on your arrival in the city. a Columbia Street irom Sixth Street, as shown on the map of the Great Southern Lumber Company, north ward across Bogue Lusa Creek Bridge, thencé 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 north line of Louisiana Avenue ; on Louisiana Ave nue from south line of Memphis Street to Austin Street. On Aus tin 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 Avenue "B" j to the south line of Eighth Street, thence down the' east line of Avenue "B" out Eighth Street westward to ' the west line of Avanue "F," thence i from the south line of Eighth Street | to t,he northern line of Sixth Street, i up Avenue "F," th|nce from the west line of Avenue r, F " eastward on Sixth Street to the east line of Ave nue "B." Then Fotyth Street frpm' the west line of Avenue "B" going] eastward to the east line of Colum bia Street, as per plans and specifi cation to be filed in the office of the City Clerk. At the time bids are submitted, the bids must be accom is his of cil. of of to ' j ' i | i 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 accepted and that the instruments are ready for signature. The certi fied checks to be returned to unsuc cessful bidders. This advertisement is inserted by virtue of the provisions of Local As sessment Ordinance No. 9, and the pavements are to be constructed in accordance with the plans and speci fication filed and accepted, the (on tractor to furnish such labor and ma terials as called for in plans and spec ifications and to b*e paid therefor in accordance with the terms and condi tions of Act 14 of 1914, Sections 18 and 19, under which said act the pavements are being constructed, and the contractor to accept certificates without recourse on the City of Bo galusa for the work done. Specifications to be submitted to the City Engineer at least five (5) days before bids are submitted for his approval on type of construction contemplated, or character of mate rial to be used. 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 20th day of* March, 1920, af 1 p. m. By order of the Commission Coun cil. K. L BEAN, City Clerk. 3-18-20. a the j I SEALED BIDS WANTED MAYORALTY OF BOGALUSA, City Hall, February 16, 1920. Notice is hereby given that the Commission Council of the City of Bogalusa will, at a soecial meeting March 20 th, 1920, at 1 p. m., receive sealed bids for the following mate rials: 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 bituminous mate rial; maximum of 220,000 gallons of bituminous material; minimum and maximum amount of cement, gravel and other hard surface road mate rials, sufficient to do the work out lined in Local Assessment Ordinance No. 9, which ordinance is on file in Clerks Office, City Hall, Bogalusa, La. Prices to be submitted on each grade, with analysis of material. The plans and certificate of analy sis and »amples for the above mate rail will be filed with the City Engineer five (5) days before bids will be submitted. 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. All bids must be in the hands of the City clerk on or before 12 o'clock noon, March 20th, 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. 3-18-20 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 March, 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 the present ground. Each contractor is to furnish with his bid * complete and detailed set of plans and specifications of his proposed bid. Each bid is to be ac companied by a certified check for ner C( erase order of the Commission Council at its regular meeting February 3rd, 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. K. I. BEAN, 3-11-20 City Clerk. TO THE PUBLIC I have now moved near Lees Creek, but will continue to crate fur niture and take orders for tailored clothes. Leave your calls or'orders at Bate;* Meat'Market, or address P. O. Box 405, Bogalusa. My new Spring and Summer sam ples for 1920 have arrived and I will appreciate having the pleasure of showing them to you. W. L. BUSHING. five ( 6 %) ner cent of his bid. This advertisement js inserted by NOTICE The next examination of appli cants for teachers' certificates will be held in the Court House at Frank linfcon April 5, 0 , 7 white; negro, 8 , 9 and 10 . The examination upon books of the reading course will be held Saturday, April 10. D. H. STRINGFIELD, 2-26-20 Superintendent - I a - ---------- Unset young milch cows ever brought to Bogalusa. Carload just received et Hohen'» Dairy Fana. In guirtf for prices. of the It his and of the a off of it all the on on not of not are A BOGALUSA NEEDS MANY MORE HOUSES • Bogalusa will not only have its population kept right at the very lowest possible point by many not being able to find house, but we also stand an excellent chance of losing a number of citizens who are here and cannot secure homes. Boarding houses were never in ,*nch a congested condition, despite the prices charged for room and j board, and unless there is some solu I tion to the present housing and boarding question, it will be almost impossible for more people to locate here. STARTS NEW DAILY Frank Birdsall, ^cognized as one of the best newspanermen in Miss sissippi and owner of the Yazoo City Semmel, began the publication of a daily paper in that city last week, J* .. one TT ,s to judge the position the Daily Herald will occupy in the journalistic field from its first few numbers, it will rank among the best. It carries a pony service of the Inter national News Service, carries all the home news, and business men of that city will find it to their advantage to encourage Mr. Birdsall in the daily publication by a liberal use of their daily. Mr. Birdsall took a chance with his bankroll when he started the daily and with proper support and co-op eration he will give Yazoo City one of the best papers in the state. STRIKE POSTPONED The strike of maintenance men of the railroads has been called of and a general meeting of the union offi- cials will be held in Washington next Monday, when it is hopeH an agree- ment will be reached. The calling off of the strike was at the request of President Wilson. Had the strike order gone into effect it is believed it would have resulted eventually in all railroad employes being out at an early date. -:-O-i- NO FREIGHT LAST WEEK Did you know that not a pound of freight arrived all last week in Boga lusa from New Orleans, and that the stock of supplies in this city were very low. In fact, several articles were completely out. Several freight shipments were made by express, and as a result receipt records at the express office were the greatest in the history of the city. The failure of freight to arrive was due to the fact that the freight handlers at New Orleans were out on a strike. GIVING BIG SALE The Leader, M. Hyman, proprietor, on Columbia street yesterday inau gurated a Fifth Anniversary Sale which is believed to have broken all records for Bogalusa. ' Two pages of the Enterprise would not afford enough space to give a list of the values being offered. Much merchandise is being offered below wholesale eprices today. If you do not get your share of the values, you are the Jofe*. Bogahjsa Enterprise, the South's Greatealj Weekly, $2.00 a year. MAN'S BEST AGE A man is as old as his organs ; ha can be as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 25 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with GOLD MEDAL ggauB Th« world's ster.dsrd remedy for kidney, liver, bladder rnci uric Acid troubles since 1696; corrects disorders; stimulates vital organs. Ad druggists, three sizes. Cask use Geld Madel on ovary has IN mnumii may save the baby's Ilf« white you're waiting for a doctor. Dr. Thmchsr's Diarrhoea Mixture old family doctor*« pr« bowel trtm '"j&CT? Krtptton MEDICINE CO. , Teen., V. a A. supra BURN Do you know that the risk you are carrying by not having your home and household furnishings insured is very great? Never before in the history of the world were home and home furnishings so valuable. You cannot realize how much it would cost you to rebuilt and refurnish your home!.. Suppose it should burn tonight! Could you replace it without inconvenience to yourself? f S. LACY DICKERSON, Manager NÈW ORLEANS UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY TELEPHONE 190 ELECTION RUN-OFF COMES ON TUESDAY The run-off of the election of Jan uary. 20 comes next Tuesday. Very little interest is being tkaen in the event, Owing to the fact, that there is only one contest to settle. The withdrawal of Thomas J. Sim mons from the race for sheriff against Sheriff J. E. Bateman, took most of the life out of the contest. The only candidate to nominate at the election on next Tuesday will be for clerk of court. Bogalusa is divided Between the two candidates, Arthur Hood of Franklinton and C. Mizell of Rio, but there is not as much interest in the second go-round as when thbrq HAVE YOUR SHOES REBUILT (Not Cobbled) UPONOUR GOODYEAR WELT SHOE REPAIRING SYSTEM BOGALUSA SHOE SURGERY — . To Herbert C. Hoover has been given one of the most stupendous tasks ever al lotted to mortal man. Food Commissioner of the United States. The duties of the position are almost un believably heavy, and still the world is sure that Hoover has accompuished the task. For Hoover has shown that he possesses, to a remarkable extent, the quality ofthrift Hoover believes that thrift will win any war—and, if it can accomplish a task so gigantic, it can certainly be depended upon to solve the little personal problems of the individual. Start now—with a savings account at this bapk—and watch it grow. e WASHINGTON BANK & TRUST CO. ■UHBBHHH ■Hilf -«Qa=-. m r: .iTjÇi -.-..n:.,- z'zz\ jflr -- i li^ WHAT IS A LABEL? A label is frequently thought of as a piece of paper upon which is printed the name of an article or preparation for the. purpose of indentification —nothing more!) A City Drug Store Label goes infinitely be yond this point in its meaning. It stands for Quality of ingredients, Skill in co] pounding, and the utmost in Value. It is! never put on a carton or bottle until all off these conditions are complied with. Every E hrase and word printed on every label earing our name has been selected with thoughtfulness and caution .so that there can be no misunderstanding in any respect. CITY DRUG STORE "The Star« That Appréciât*. Your Bu.imm" W. EMMETT HALL, Pb. a, Proprietor. rfi' was a field of five at the first pri mary. It is expected that the vote in Bo galusa, as well as in the remainder of the parish, will be considerably less than on January 20. FOR SALE My home on Avenue H, near 8 th street, Pleasant Hill. Best bargain t\ Also good milch cow Don t fail to see this. , Phone 337. J. H. CRE ASMAN. WANTED- TO 'rENT—F urnished room by young man, G. S. L. em ploye, on south side, near park, or north side, east of station. Address B-l, Care Enterprise, Bogalusa.