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VOL XXXIII
NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA. THURSDAY, MARCH 161922
NO. 2Ö
The NabMoches Enterprise
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tory.
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oiared for the beat set of lciodnegi
thatoneeeo perform towards one's
neighbor suggest; tatefaAf
before oarmpnting
the supertax in helping tfne neigh
bor mal» ont his ineonag. tax, ad
flea on the subjeot of hr'qrimr gar
gtying ooa^s favorite
br e w i gg formula, or
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Notice
OU> UVtt PLANTATION
allowed on our promisee
Any me buying wood
plants
penalty of
from any of the hands on the
tion will be
R and M. LAC
CASTOR IA
AI dogged Up?
____a start. Dr.
New Disoumy wifi
dew uto w or k, refieviey the t _
ia the chest, quieting the nezmg
tough, gently s timu la ting the bowels,
thus ' dmiaaijm * tod cold poisons.
Always fffiattt. Joat gapd msdkine
m a ne so eus com ua cotyw
For'fifty yean a standard eearndy
AB toe fendy can take It with helpful
r é sult a . Eases toe children's croup.
No harmful drugs. Cenv in ow fc heel
atom bL Aa -If
io| mi uni wi mm iKs AC ail
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YouVe rsastfoatsdt The et
açd on of Dr. long's Fth to
dddms earn** / drm>
25c.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Natchitoches Parish School Board for
the aale of $36,000.00 of bonds of School
District No. 1, of Natchitoches Parish,
Louisians, said bonds being dated Jan
uary 1, 1920, and bearing 6 percent
interest payable semi-annually, except
interest for first year, which shall be
payable January 1, 1921, which said
bonds mature annually from January
1, 1921 to January 1, 1990. inclusive,
m per statement of maturities in or
dinance issueing said bonds.
Certified checks as required by law
mut accompany all bids.
Bide will be received up to ten
o'clock A. M. Tuesday, the 4th dny of
April, 1922.
The said School Board wifi meet on
Tuesday, the 4th day of April, 1922.
for the purpose of opening bids and
awarding said bonds.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
(Signed) C. E. HOOPER,
Superintendent
NOTICE
In accordance with an ordinance
date February 6th, 1922,'notice is here
by given that the Police Jury of the
Parish of Natchitoches wO rtieeive
sealed bids for the construction and
furnishing of the balance of material,
if any required, for the Marco Bridge
•®roie Cane River in Rood Diet. No.
27, Ward 10. Plans and specifications
bjoBfile after February 2519, at
the office of the Police Jury at Naichi
'ncbea. La.
Each bidder is required .to eu
with hie bid a certified cheek for 6 per
cent ofthe contract price aa an evidence
of food faith, the cheek of the_______
fhl bidder will be retained until the
Contractor has given Satisfactory.
Bonds and in event he fails to give
bond will be forfeited to ««id District,
and the checks
---— -»«s
omen win
the rejection
_ BM* will be opened on April ted,
*t 11 o'clockAM. nt the <
of tea Police Jury. Um right to re-,
and all bids are reserved by
Jury of the POnsb of Nat
ehitoebes, La.
Thus done and signed at Natchito
ches, La, this 10th, day of February
192 *0
W. H. AI KEY,
Pr es id ent Police Jury.
I have several Underwood and 'Rom*
ington Typewriters that I aeosptod as
past payment on now Silent Smiths.
Will aril below coot
Vin
will ha renival by
Board of Natch i to chm Par
iah. La., until 1 o'clock. Tuesday, April
471982, tor the erect*» of a ton» (2)
storjrbrick school buildfngatCtqipti,
Plane dnd specifications of tho jwo
osed work may bo had upon th* de
ooit of $26.00 at tho offleo of J . W.
tritt, Architect, Monroe, La.
AH proposals must ha smunneutod
by a certified check to the amount et
"wo percent (2 percent) of tho hid.
Tho Mooed r e ser ves the eight to re
ject any am} all bide.
C. & HOOPER.
Superintendent.
Tho dosing down recently of
Um last Cornish tin mine, ends the
oldest industry in Great Britain
one that was carried on by the
Pboenidans long before the
vaeion of the Romans.
in
Sheriff s Sale
Herron
Bank of Belzoni vs A. P.
No. 5953
Third Judicial District court, State
Louisiana, Parish of Bienville
of
■ Under and by virtue of a writ of
seizure and sale issued out of and from
the above named Honorable Court and
to me directed. I have seised and will
offer for sale to the last and highest
bidder for cash, without the benefit of
appraisement and for what it will
bring at the principal front door of the
Court House in the town of Arcadia,
Bienville Parish, Louisians, within
legal sale hours on
Saturday the 25th day of
March 1922
the followii
uated
River and Natehitoches,
itnt. to-wit>
W* of Section 3, WA of NEK.
of NEtf and NEK of SEK '
blowing described property sit
in the Parish of Bienville, Red
and Natehitoches, State of Louis
SKof NEK. NWK of
NWK and S'A of Section
NWK, NWK of SWi. SJ
SK of SEK and NWj of
Section 4,
Vt, K'A of
10, S K of
- „ -
11; WA of NEK. SW K of NEK, NWi,
NK of SWi, SEK of SWK, SV 2 of
SEI and NWi of SEi Section 14, NEi
and NK of.SEi Section 15: NK of
NEi, SEi of NEK, NEK of flWi and
SK of NWi Section 23, all in Town
18 North of Range 8 West, District
North of Red River Pariah and SEi of
NEi and NEi of SEi Section 3; NWK
of NWi and NWi of SWi Section 4,
NEi: EK of NWK and SK of Section
5; NEK; NK of SEK and SWK of
SEK Section 8, NW| of NEK and
NWK of Section 17; NEi of NEK and
NEK «/ SEK. Section 18; NK of N^.
V'Ao f' - " '
SEi of SEK.
SEK of N Ei and SEK Section 20
' of Section 21; SEi
Section
SEK of « Ei a
of SEi and W)
NEK and
of
all in Township 14 North of Range 8
West, District North of Red River.
The above described property being
seised as the property of and as be
longing to the defendant, A. P. Her
and will be sold to satisfy said
writ of seizure and sale and all coat.
This the 13th day of February A. D.
1922
V. E. CURRIE
Sheriff of Bienville Parish
A Creed, for the Discouraged
I believe that God created me
to be. happy, to enjoy the bless
ings of life, to be useful to my fel
country.
I believe thet the trials which
beset me today are but the fiery
teats by which, my character is,
strengthened.
I believe my soul is too grand
to be crashed by defeat; I will
rise above it.
-I believe that I am the architect
of my own fate; therefore,
I will be master of circumstances
and sorrouodings, not their slave.
I will not yield to discourage
aneots, I will trample them under
foot, and make them serve as step
ping stones to success.
My failures of today will help
U> guide me on to victory on the
morrow.
The morrow will bring new
strength, new hopes, new oppor
tunities.
In >11 things I will do my best,
mJ leave the rest to the Infinite.
- I will not waste my mental ener
gies by useless worry. I will learn
to dominate my restless thoughts
And look on the bright side of
thing «.
I will face the world bravely,
Twill not be a coward. I will as
sert my God-given birthright and
be a man. For I am Immortal,
and nothing can overcome me.
I will reçoive to he so strong
that nothing can disturb m v pesos
of mind.
I will talk health, happiness and
prosperity to every person I meet
'I will think well of myself and
proclaim this feet to the world,
not in load words bat in great
I will give so much Urne to the
improvements of myself that I
have no time to criticize others.
I will work only for the beat
and press on to:
Make each month better than
the month before.
—Godcbaux Jb Meyer Ltd.
Sim* the organization of the
Boy S conte of America, 12 peers
ago, more than 2,000,000 boys in
tho United Stetes have token the
end 880,000 ere active
jre.
that tho navy plant "GB* will
fij lfO a ilea an boor for 90 hoars
with If pi «engere.
Trial Balance, Natchitoches Pariah School Board.
At dose ot Books February 28, 1922
Exchange Bank................................................$
Peoples Bank............................................................
Merchants A Farmers Bank...................................
Citizens Bank, Campti I«
269.55
1,084.23
311.70
2,320.21
District
Bank of Robeline, Robeline La................................ 2,144.01
Outatanding Bill».....................................................
Exchange Bank ........................................
People* Bank...............................................
M. * F. Bank............................................
Citizens Bank ...........................................
Bank of Robeline.............................................
Old District No. 9 Bonds.........................................
Ex c h a n ge Bank—Dist. No. 2, Special Equipment......
District No. 2, Special Equipment Tazes ..................
District No. 2, Special Equroment Account...............
District No. 2, Assessor's Commission ....................
Citizens Bank—District No. I, Tax Account............
District No. 1 Taxes...............................................
District No. 1 Assessor's Commission....................
Exchange Bank—Dist. No: 2 Tax Account..............
District No. 2 Taxes...........................................
District No. 2 Coupons Paid...... ...... .........................
District No. 2 Assessor's Commission...................
District No. 2 Bank Chargea .................................
District No. 2 Bonds............ ...........................
District No. 2 Construction Account........................
Bank of Robeline-Dist. No. 5 Tax Account ...........
District No. 5 Taxes..............................................
District No. 5 Assessor's Commission.......................
Peoples Bank—Dist. No. 6 Tax Account.....................
District No. • Taxes...............................................
District No. 6 Assessor's Commission........................
Exchange Bank—Diet. No. 9 Tax Account...............
Peoples Bank—Dist. No. 9 Tax Account.................
M. « F. Bank—Dist. No. 9 Tax Account................. 2,835.81
District No. 9 Taxes .............................................
District No. 9 Coupons Paid.................................
District No. 9 Bank Charges......... .............
District No. 9 Assessor's Commission.....................
District No. 9 Bond Account................................
Exchange Bank—Dist. No. 9 Construction............
Peoples £«uk-District No.9 Construction ...........
M. & F. Bank—District No, 9 Constri ction............
District No. 9 .Construction Account...................
M. g F. Bank—Provencal Special Bldg...............
Provencal Special Building Taxes...........................
Amt. due Provencal Spec. Lidg. from lien. Fund ...
Provencal Spec. Bldg. Assessor's Commission.......
M. A F. Bank—Bell wood Special Bldg...............
Bellewood Special Building Taxes ..........................
Bellewood Special Building Construction Account ...
Belwood .Special Building Assessor's Commission.....
Citizens Bank Readheimer Special Equipment......
Ueadheimer Special Equipment Taxes
1,044.57
29.96
8,211 21
143.77
2,785.75
4,900.00
135.59
14.20
50,000.00
4,669 24
70.32
5.115.21
78.07
2,826.91
2,589.54
4,000 00
10.00
246.28
14,004.91
16,716.26
16,491.28
112,787.55
957.47
16.52
LS68.56
21.60
30.77
1,715.02
2,500.00
34.000 00
34.000. 00
34.000. 00
33.000. 00
33.000. 00
10.500.00
361.58
1.436.10
8,354.98
7,835.5s
46,000.00
4.739.56
5,193.28
12,508.64
160,000.00
973.99
4,020.88
2,020.96
23.66
1330.96
Readheimer Special Equipment Assessor's Com.
Exc hange Bank—Dist. No. 11 Maintenance
District No. 11 Maintenance Taxes...........
** " 11 Maintenance Loan...........................
" " 11 Teachers Salaries............................ 7,584.0$
** " 11 Transfer Wagons........................ 1,731.00
44 44 11 Misceileanoos Items................... 9.65
44 44 11 Interest paid on notes.................. 119.22
44 44 11 Assessors Commission ................... 124.27
Exchange Bank—District No. 12 Maintenance........... 2,201.8)
District No. 12 Maintenance Taxes.......................
" 12 Maintenance Loans
________________ 6,600.00
12 Teachers Salaries.............................. 11,051.95
"" ' .... 1,099.00
133.64
145.96
1,029.33
44 12 Transfer Wagons
44 12 Interest paid on notea
12 Ass e ss o r s commission
Citisens Bank—District No. 14 Maintenance
District No, 14 Maintenance Taxes
14 Maintenance Loans
14 Teachers Salaries.
14 Transfer Wagons
8,56234
1,733.50
1,798.68
.^fiOV.18
5,398.00
8,983.32
6,484.1?
5,302.00
46
16 Transfer Wagons ..........
15 Interest paid on notes.....
15 Aaaeaaor'a commission ...
Peoples Bank—Dist. No. 16 Maintenance
District No. 16 Taxes....... ....... ....
44 44 16 Maintenance Loans........
44 44 16 Teachers Salaries.............
16 Transfer Wagons
151.0#
1.023.87
7,363.51
1,004.75
79.30
116.45
446.45
4,733.02
1,479.00
16 Interest paid on notes.................... 76.28
16 A as e— or* commission ..................... 62.89
Peoples Bank—Dist. No. 17 Maintenance ....
44 ** 17 Maintenance Taxes .............
44 17 Maintenance Loans..............
444 ~17 Teachers Salaries...............
44 17 Transfar Wagons.................
44 17 Interest paid oroaotes...........
44 17 Assessor s commission.........
M.4F. Bank—District No. IV Maintenance
District No. 18 Maintenance Taxes..............
• 44 44 18 Maintenance Loans..............
18 Teachers Salarias .................
44 18 Transfer Wagons
44 18 MiseeOeanous Items.
18 Interest paid on notes..
tssaasors con
District
945.06
8.582.71
1,924.60
96.51
118.37
4.38
3,235.25
787.96
361.76
50.05
123.98
1,020.66
!
4,137,88
.5,450.00 1
'
3,279.64
3.500.00
8,067.25
3.600.00
2,508.87
2,100.00
44 18 A
M. A F. Bank—District No. 19 Maintenance
t No. 19 Maintenance Taxes
44 19 Maintenance Loans
44 19 Teachers Salarias ...
44 19 Transfar Wagons............................ 1,276.50
44 19 Interest paid on notes...............
** 19 Asssssors commission................
Citisens Bank Clear Lake Special Repair Fund ...
Clear Lake Special Repair Fund.........................
o til a,
4,265.75
61.66
694.05
$339.193.07
Deficit February 29,1922 .........;........................ $174,891.18
3,550 00
69J.05
$614.084.26
$614,08486 $514,064.26
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days abend nearly all the snappy fox
trots, one-steps and waltzes that Broadway
brings frith. Played in the true Broadway
•tyle,—hy Broadway's ftverite orchestras.
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Natchitoches La.
iiis^iswâiT'iônrh^é'SSEBtB^WRjb Wams»» -
NOTlCEj:
In accordance with resolution of the
Police Jury of date February 6th, 1922,
notice is hereby given that the Police
Jury of the Parish of Natchitoches,
will receive sealed bids for the furnish
ing of all material and for the con
struction of a creosoted pileing bridge
at Monettes Ferry in Road District No.
27, Ward 10, of Natchitoches Parish.
Plans and specifications will be on file
after February 25th, 1922, at the of
fice of the Police Jury.
Each bidder is required to enclose
with his bid a certified check for 5 per
cent of the estimated contract price.
The check of the successful bidder will
be held until he has given Satisfactory
Bond and in event he fails to give bond
will be forfeited to said Dist. No. 27,
and the checks of the unsuccessful
bidders will be returned to them upon
the rejection of their bids.
Bids will be opened at 11 o'clock A.
M, on-April 3rd, 1922, in open session
of the Police Jury. The Police Jury
reserving the right to reject any and
all bids.
Thus done and signed this 10th day
of February, 1922.
W. H. AIREY,
President Police Jury.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the con
tract between the state of Louisiana,
the Parish of Natchitoches and W. S,
Bonner, Contractor, for the consti uc
tion of the Natchitoches-Manv High
way from Natchitoches to Robeline and
Natchitoches-Colfax from Natchitoches
to Grand Ecore, hgs been completed,
and the Highway finally accepted.
Final payment will be issued to the
Contractor at the expiration of the
time required by law from the date of
the Dubfication of this notice.
Louisiana Highway Commission.
Feb. 16 6t New Orleans, La.
NOTICE
In accprdance with an ordinance of
{the Police Jury of date February 6th,
1922, notice is hereby given that thy
Police Jury will receive sealed bid? fox
Jfc® maintenance of the Jefferson High
! way from Robeline '.rough Natchj,ty
ihestO Çrand Ecore. under the plans
and specifications and ander the super
vision of the Louisiana Highway Com
mission, through its Engineer, fora
period of 6 months.
' Plans and speciycations can be se
cyrod at the office of the Police Jury.
And the Police Jury reserves the right
to award the contract in two sections.
Section 1. To cover Robeline-Natchi
tqches Highway. Section 11. To cov
<er Natchitoches-Grand Ecore Highway
to tee fame or separate Contractors aa
$ .Mans best, and the Police Jury
the.right ln rai a n» II»
___must ba delivered in sealed en>
yclopea to the President of the Police
Jury on or before April 3rd, 1922, and
' must be accompanied with a certified
check for 6 percent of the estimated
coat of contract price as an evidence of
good faith. All checks of unsuccessful
bidders will be returned to them upon
the rejection of their bids, and the
checks of the successful bidder or bid
ders will be retained until Satisfactory
Bond ia given, failure to do so tha
check will be forfeited to the Parish of
Natchitoches.
Bids will be opened on April 3rd,
1922, at the office of the Police Jury of
the Parish of Natchitoches at regular
meeting of the Police Jury at the hour
of 11 © T dock A. M.
Thus done and signed at Natchito
ches, La. this 10th day of February 1922.
W. H. AIREY,
President Police Jury.
NOTICE
In accordance with an ordinance of
the Police Jury of date February 6tn,
1022, notice is hereby given teat the
Police Jury of the Parish of Natchito
ches. La will receive sealed bids for
tee completion <^f tee gravel road at
Ashland and at Chestnut, this to in
clude unloading, hauling and sprea • ng
of gravel, shaping and maintaining
road until accepted, all in accordance
with plans and specifications on file at
the office of the Police Jury of the
Pariah of Natchitoches, La.
Each bidder is required to enclose
with bis bid a certified check for 5 per
cent of the estimated contract price.
The check of the successful bidder will
be retained until he haa given Satis
factory Bond, and in event he fails to
give bond to be forfeited to the said
District. The checks of unsuccessful
bidders will be returned to them upon
tee rejection of their bids.
Bids will be opened on April 3rd, 1922
11 o'clock A. M. at the office of the
Police Jury of the Parish of Natehito
Ä La. by the Police Jury in o|ièn
a. The police Jury reserving th«
>t Ip pccept pr reject any abd al
Thus done
February, 1922, at'Na;
this 10th clay of
itoches, La.
W.' H. AIREY,
President Police Jury.
NOTICE
This is to notify the public that tee
Governor has this day issued a notice,
calling a special election to be held
April 18th 1922, for tee purpose of elec
ting a Senator in and for the Twenty
first senatorial district.
Natchi t och es . La>, Feb. 16,1922.
S. B. SWETT,
Feb. 16 Clerk 11 D. C. La.
Toledo, Ohio headß the list as
the greatest home- owning city in
the United States, with Seattle
and Baltimore next.
Humane éducation insures a
generation hating war and the nar
row nationalism from which it so
often spring

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