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The Natchitoches enterprise. (Natchitoches, La.) 1888-1965, November 10, 1921, Image 4

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A Refuge in the Time of Storm
Is . What Good Insurance Ought
to;be and is
Hut, a- with a li^hr-house. you have to get in out
of the wet before the storm breaks or it is too late.
BEFORE THE FIRE
Make Sure You Have Ample Insurance.*
Few home owners and few business enterprises carry
the amount of fire insurance they should.
DO YOU?
Without charge we shall be glad to analyze your
actual fire insurance needs.
Robt J. Phillips
PHONES: ^Office 455. Residence 233
OFFICE HOURS:
"On the job all the time."
.yv
Is The Title Good?
If you already own or are about to buy property
in town or country you should obtain an ' abstract of the
title to it. This would show what defects if any there
are in the title. If you have not yet bought it [may
save you a loss. If you already own and there are any
defects in it you will want to have these removed and if
there are none it will reassure you. In any event an
abstract of the title will facilitate a sale while the ab
sence of one may prevent or delay it. We have ab
stracts of the title to property In town and country for
sale at reasonable prices.
Natchitoches Abstract
Company Limited
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CHAIN BATTERIES
TKeir Price* Service and the R.eason
PRICES
. far Olds, Chandler, Chevrolet, etc., $29.60:
&J5Âa*£î d "i?* u Hup - et f" Oodge, Maxwell aoJ"
Rftnklin #89.50. Exchange price is about two dollars less.
SERVICE
T? "*" ,uped »t least one year's servies, your battery is
ued, just as your car, home or life is, and you receive an
urance card when you purchase the battery, which serves as
I is your insurance policy. Therefore you are protected for
» year and we stand ready to see tnat you get this service.
The Reason
. tje reason these batteries are sold as they are (pride etc) is
#5* ^ tn l^eueieoa, and sold direct thru dealers to
ths cu stomer, and are not handled by jobbers and wholesale
mOMOO fox re-idle
The Louisiana Factory is only one of a chain of such factor-
---- - ---- 'Union. Therefore by
ere in position to
Let us show you.
NOW.
You will buy one some, day, so. why not
Phone
417
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We Weld Anything
Anywhere, Anytime
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NOTICE!
Wh
fräs er
Igii* atdspmitoni oj
OF MARTHAVILLE,
> «se, reqpseted
r of State Banks ...
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*■0*» Aresy that ooaduct
Department of the Interior
O. S. Land Office
Baton Rouge, La.,
Sept. Î6, 192i
Notice is hereby given that JVf urphy
b ad
James Wingate, whose post-office
dress is Peason La., did, on the 24th
day of August 1921. file in this office
Sworn Statement and Application, No.
09755. to purchase the NW'i of-NW
Section 4, Township 5 North, Range e
West, Louisiana Meridian, and th7
timber thereon, under the provisions of
the act of June 3. 1878, ana acts amend
atory, known as the "Timber and
Stone L<aw, " at such value as might
be fixed by appraisement, and that,
pursuant to such application, the land
and timber thereon have been ap
8 raised, Three Hundred Ninety and
9-100, the timber estimated 140,000
board feet at $2.50 per M, and the land j
$40.00; that said applicant will offer!
final proof in support of his applies i
tion and sworn statement on the 6th j
day of December 1921, before Clerk of,
Court B b. Swett at Natchitoches,
La.
Any. person is at liberty to protest
this purchase before entry, or initiate
a contest at any time before patent is
sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit
in this office, alleging facts which
would defeat the entry.
E. D. GIANELLONl,
Register
NOTICE!
All persons, firms or corporations,
other than depositors, who may have
a claim or claims against the BANK
OF MARTHAVILLE, MARTH A
VILLE, LA., are requested to le the
same with the Examiner of State Banks
or his duly authorized represe ntative
and make legal proof as to the justice
thereof, at the office of the Bank of
Marthaville, Martha ville. La., not
later than JANUARY 5th 1922. •
L. E. THUMAS,
Examiner of State Banks
C. J PROVOST
Oct-6-3mon S.ueial Agent
D. J. Hyams
AND
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
ABSTRACTOR OF TIT- 1
NOTARY PUBLIC
Experience of twenty years in looking
;up records and making abstracts.
Richard DeVargas
Registered Optometrist
! 11 St Denis S„
Natchitoches] Louisiana
Were
Terrific
_Read bow Mrs. Albert
Gnaory, of R. F. D. No.
I t nuford. 111., got rid of
her ills. "During ... I
wa» awfully weak . . .
My pains were terrific. I
*d 1 would die. The
g-down pains were
______uy*o severe 1 could
notsttad the pressure of
my bands o» the lower
part of my stomach ...
[simply felt as if life was
I for but a abort time. My
husband was worried...
asc. he came across a
case staffer to mine, and
went straight for some
Ctfdtd forme to try.
TAKE
The Woman'i Tonic
"I took it faithfully and
resultswere immedi
the
adds Mrs. Gregory
ate
bet
gel
Sis
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as
left
my
me,
and
lunncr
trouble.
My
baby
fat
and
strong, and myself—thank
God—am once more hale
aad
hearty
walk
do
work,
my
though 44
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For Sale!
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Five hundred and thirty-four acre farm, one mile fron Montrose,
Louisiana, 400 acres in cultivation, 134 acres of wood land, nearly
all fenced, 15 cabins, 1 seven-room residence, store building and
modern gin. The main line of the T. &' P. railroad runs directly
through the property. Private switch in front ot gin and store
building. This farm can be bought cheap. Small cash payment,
balance any number of years to suit purchaser with 5 Jper cent in
terest.
-2
Four hundred acres, Red River farm, one mile from Red River,
and two miles from Campti, Louisiana. Gravel road runs thru the
farm. 350 acres in cultivation, 50 in woods. New 7-room residence
13 cabins, large barns, outhouses, fine stable, good wire fences,
large orchard, plenty of water the year round. This is an excep
tionally well located farm, and is in a high state of cultivation.
Will sell all or part. Price is right. Good terms.
Dr. E. W. Breazeale
Dealer in Real Estate
"**'"*** OAMUPf, LAv ■ ' -
Sheriff Sale
Estate of Adolphe Kaffie et als
vs
Arthur J. Jones
Mathew Jones, Curator ad hoc
11th D. O. No. 16768
and
Ry virtue of an order of seizure___
sale issued by tbe 11th District Court
of the parish of Natchitoches in tbe
above entitled and numbered suit I
have seized and will offer for sale at
public auction at the front door of the
court house in the c,ty of Natchitoches
at 11 o'clock A. M.,
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26, 1921
the lollowing described property situa
ted in the parish of Natchitoches, La.,
with buildings and improvements
thereon towit;
115 acres of land more more or less
on Cane River bounded in front by
Cane River above by lands now or for
merly belonging to Levy, below by
lands now or formerly belonging to
Arthur Rccques, in the rear by lands
now or formerly belonging to Leon
Tujaque and being the same land ac
quired by Arthur J. Jones from Mathew
Jones as per deed recorded in clerks
office in Book 142 F 323.
Terms of Sale:—Cash far what jt
will bring without appraisement
J. W. PAYNE,
Sheriff
Oct-20-tds
SHERIFFS SALE
llth Judicial District Court, Parish of
Natchitoches, Louisiana,
. No. 16737.
W. F. Tailor A Co.
Mrs. Callie Reed, et als
By virtùe of a writ of Fi Fa issued
out of the llth District Court of date
the29tt> dsy of October, 1921, cf the
Parish of Natchitoches in the above
numbered and entitled suit and to me
directed l, J. W. Payne, Sheriff of the
Parish of Nstchitocnes, did seize and
take into my possession and will sell at
Sheriff's Sale at the front door of the
Court House in the City of Natchi
toches, at 11 o'clock a. m. on
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 19, 1921
the fallowing described property towit:
All merchandise, books, papers and
credit in the Store of the Cash- Mer
cantile Co., at Gddonna.
Inventory of Merchandiso in Sheriff's
Office.
Terms of sale: Cash, subject to ap
praisement.
J. W. PAYNE,
Sheriff of Natchitoches Parish.
Farming is the most importent
business in this oonntry. Food,
clothing and shelter depend upon
agriculture. He who tills the soil
makes it possible far men ot all
other occupations to thrive, iin
fortonfttely, for the most part,
h$tt|f than h' l ff t f fi
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to
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career
Treatment of Malaria
I
at
Several times the Health Unit has
advised those who have Malaria (chills
and fever) to follow a doctor's advice
m taking treatment. This is neces
sary because the way of taking tbe
medicine and the amount of quinine to
be taken must be varied to suit the
case.. But many are following methods
of treatment which are not designed
to cure malaria at all. For those, the
following method, advised by Dr. C.
C. Bass of the Malaria Commission, is
given: '
"Quinine is the only remedy known
for Malaria, but it will cure all cases
if taken properly.
'Tb® proper doee of quinine for per
sons of different ages is as follows:
Vi grain
1 grain
2 grains
3 grains
4 grains
6 grains
8 grains
10 grains
Under 1 year of age
1 year of age
2 years of age
3 or 4 years
5, 6, or 7 years
8. 9, or 10 years
11,12, 13, or 14 years
15 years or older
To be mart effective, quinine should
be taken, one dose every night before
retiring for a period of eight weeks
without intermission. If a person is
acutely ill he should take the dose
stated above three times euch day for
three days and then take one dose
every night for eight weeks. One
should not stop taking it as soon as he
feels well, as is so often doue, but
should continue for the full eight
weeks. There are occasionally excep
tional cases that have tQ take it
longer."
A well known man journalist
says that women would never be
a world power until they became
a money power, and nev-ir a
money power until they learned
to be business women, acd they
never could learn to be business
women until they stopped think
ing in terms of. clerical work and
began thinking in terms of ad
ministration. If women are serious
about hoping to revolutionize the
world, they mustn't let matrimony
stand in the way, which often
spoils their chances of personal
glory. He doesn't condemn mat
rimony, in fact approves most
heartily of it, but suggests that
the husband never sacrifices bis
personal ambitions, so why sbould
the wife! If a mao asked a girl
to marry him and she said yes,
provided he gave up his business
and took care of the garden and
furnace, he would be a fool; is
it less ridiculous for the man to
expect tbe woman to give up her
career to act u bo Aewife I
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For It? r rr>;: r-nd Children.
Mothers Know That
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Constipation and Diarrhoea
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Advertise In The Enterprise
10G CABIN R LLS
Best Ever
SOMETHING FINE
Fresh, Tasty, Wholesome
•Made At
ays Candy Kitchen
ILat a dish of Ice Cream
606 Front Street
every day.
Phone 59
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POLEMAN
Cotton Buyers
OFFICE REAR
PEOPLES BANK
i i _Phone 165
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V. G. Hyams Engineering
Company
Land Surveys; Estimates on
Road Construction; Oil Sites
Located; General Engineering.
NAT0HIT00HE8,
LOUISIANA
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