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v W7;f ♦ • : a or mal School VOL XXXIII 8TBICTLT DEMOCRATIC ; ALWAYS CONS18TBNT s ) NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA. THURSDAY, MARCH 231922 NO. 26 it***" ! ~ 1 " * * ■■■ • fee Nabchiteches Erterprise The best advertising medium in this terri tory. v Official Journal of (Sty, Parish «dl School Board Job Primine A Specialty enterprise on your Printing is Hke "Sterling on Silver** Subscribe Today! Reed a real live, newsy weekly at tee amen «am of ft. 50 per year. by if eg m Notice aoSM ttit a te gacutid by 17, 1918 for the mm of by mortgage oo 72 band from Waltar or mialaid. TüÏÂSÎ C. L. CAMPBELL I m ?a_w*lt at fife Jtert la : - .t •; J. w, PA , . ?V; - ; :■ <1 AsJg i 4-: ^ -7» " \ : '• " ' * i ■ $ % . PP- «a#, ■ 7ÆM a by of 72 OLD WtVm PLAMTATIOW No honti cutting SB - „ Matin# aB»ww on osr penalty of law. Aqy one I from aaarot toe Ms« Sob irabecdMSudtMai R. and) - .t i t, tad. Sealed bids will bs received by lbs Natchitoches Parish School Board for I asle of $86,000.00of bonds of School «riet No. 1, of NatchitoehM Parin, m, mid bomb briny iafesd Jan- 1, 1920, and bearing 6 portant ---nt payable semi-annually, except interest for first year, which shall be pwrids January 1, 1921, which said bonds mature annually from January 1, 1921 to January 1, 1900. iaclariva, r par atatamant of mataritte in or. mnes j—sing said bonds. Certified shocks as required by law tut accompany all bids. ,Bte wBl bS rseeiysd np to tan YîSftÂl 31 * the 4th day of April, 1922. ^Tbe said 8chool Board wfB meet on Tdeedey, the 4th day of April. 1982. " , * a (Stoned) C. E. HOOPER, Superintendent. NOTICE la a eeor dnace with aa ordinance „ date February 6th, 19B,'notice is hero by given tout thé Pries Jury of toe Ptete ef Natchitoches wfll receive lied bids for the c on stru ction and ftuntobiqf of the balance of material, if any required. for the Marco Bri nerMsGsne River in Rood Dint I *L,Wnrd 10. Plans and spocificatisne h««* ffle after February 26th, at tosaffieeof the Police Jury at Netchi Jtoeb bidder is r eq u ire d to «nek »ito iris bid a certified cheek for 6 V tte eootnet prim as aa evidsnee eg floodfrith, ton chuck of ton sacosss brider wifi ha nstuned until the -. Jtem ctor has given Sat isfa ctor y Bond s and in event he frib to give bond will be forfeited to said District, sad ton checks of toe unsuccessful bidders wfll be returned to them apon toe mjoetfen of their bide. rile FoNee Jury. The right to w rbltnrhss. La. .Thto done ead signed at Natcbito s. La, tfato lOlh. day of February W. H. AIREY, n --- U— . vs. 1 i _ v - - •TiSlMB* « 0||Q9 jury. j . I have several Umtorwood togton Typew riter» tont I a< Vm Giffm rftoaiws* "m Wm «•* Sheriffs Sale lbs for School Jan- be said or. law tan of on 1982. a Bank at Betont vs A. P. Herron Ne. 5968 Third Jndidel Dbtrict court, State of fmiiriann, Parish of Bienville Under and by virtue of a writ of entoure and aale issued out of and from the above named Honorable Court and to ms directed. 1 have seised and will otter for sals to tju last and higbeat bidder for cash, without the benefit of appraisement and for what it will bring at tbs principal front door of the Court House in the town of Arcadia, BtonriBe Pariah, Louisiana, within auto boors on Satubday m 25 th day of NASCH 1922 toe following deag ri bed property sit uated in the Pariah of Bienville, Red River and N atchi toc hes, State of Louia K iaaa. to-wit:-* 9W of I „ toe and at y _____Section 8, 'NH of NE K. 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The above ds scribsd pro p er ty being seised as toe prope rty of and as be. longing to foe d ef enda nt , A P. Her ron, and will be ooM to satisfy said writ of seisure snd sale and all cost. This the lSth day of February A. D. 1922 Jl. Be CURRIE r of Bienville Parte at of ( if S to held sire into has Notice — fl SUCCESSION SARAH RIVERS J. N. Morrow. Administrator, hav ing tbia day fltsd Ü i total account in above oamMMsa, ^tattoo is hereby given to all ooncerped to toow eaass B. SL SWETT, i Clerk 11th D. C. La. mer man that this incomparable _____ F ___j is the only • .... y which sustains the test of dheet comparison with Bring artists. You know that, t h er e for e, it brings you the greatest vocal and instrumental performance! So—-why shape your fomUy's music testes in an inferior musical euvironmentt Why—when it will cost you to put the Kew Edison in your uomci iw» usu usends just what it lays. HU in your own ftnt pgyment We'll accept 1.^_J - ----1 J - J — _I_ , t Mi* - - • ''r-S ■yj c ■* ' ' •" UîîftCwâè* • y. Concerning Victory Notes. Desiring to bo of service to its rea ders, many of whom own Victory Notes, tbs following information to presented by The Enterprise with ref ence to the June 16. 1922, call by the Treasury for 4 8-4 Victory Notes, and the temporary redemption privilege relative to Victory 4 3-4s. Inquiries indicate there has been some misun derstanding oh the part of the public. Secretary of the Treasury Mellon has called Victory 3 3 4 Notes for re demption at par and accrued interest June 15, 1922. After June 16 these' bonds, becauïH they have been called, will bear no interest. It is to the owner's advantage to surrender them at that time, or any time before at par plus accrued interest and re-invest the iroceeds. For reinvestment the U. K Government Savings Organisation »stad the New Issu« at Dallas has sugges—__________ of Treasury Savings Certificates which are to be had at poetofllces or through banks in $1000, $100 and $26, maturity value, denominations, costing, respec tively. $8C0, $80 and <20. These are registered in the owner's name whan purchased and are losa ( root as well as depredation or market actuation-proof. They mature" five years from date of purchase; beer 4K per cent, compounded semi-annually, if held to maturity. Over a period of live years they yield 26 per coot on the investment. They are cashable at S urchaser'a option before maturity wnership limit is $6,000, maturity value. Until March 16, The Treasury has authorized The Federal tteserve Bank to receive 4 8-4 Victories from owners who désirs to sell them to the Govern ment st par olus accrued interest. If held after that time, unless the pur chase period is extended, the 4 84 Victories will ran on till maturity, which ie May 23. 1928. Those who de sire may take advantage of this tem porary period and convert their bonds into cash. Re investment in Treasury Savings Certificates of the New Issas has been recommended. Owners are advised to consult local bankers for specific advice. 1 on Someone says that 1921 was a blessing in diggnise, w h i o b prompts an exchange to add that there is no question sbout tbe dis guise all right. Gardens are the GREAT ECON OMY of this generation betone they bring so many pleasures, subtle, ingénions, steeped in earn« mer sunshine. man and œt whet-is in tbe lend, that makes suooess pownble. In ft. The Six Mistakes of Life As listed by one who has pro fitted by sad experience along these lines: The delusion that individual ad vancement b made by crushing others. The tendency to worry about things that cannot be changed. Insisting that a thing is iinoos sibie because we cannot do it our selves. Attempting t o compel other persons to believe snd live as we do. Neglect in developing and re fining the mind by not acquiring the habit of reading fine literature. Uefusing to set aside the trivial that important things may be done. The following protest was sent by a Southern ex-servioe man to his Democratic Senator: In the years to ooroe the boys I served with overseas, will take pride in recounting their achieve ments in the campaigns of Chau teau Thierry, Saint Mihiei, the Argonne, etc., but I wonder how many of them will take pride in boasting of tbeir part in the sordid boons campaign at Washington! 1 don't believe many wil ( i care to toll their children or grandchildren that they demanded at Washing ton, cash for their patriotic servioe on the trench battlefields. be M, of all of the tion to and the The hardest job for a president, says Harding, is to be human. That Itolds good especially when the president haa an idea that does not take well in the Senate. No man who violated the selec tive draft aotcan hold a civil office In New York state, according to a law recently passed by the legis lature of that state. FOR RENT-70 acres 21.2 miles be low Natchitoches. WsV improved, ft. D*. J. 8. STEPHENS. the the way ches and And to er If and i pro ad our we re sent to I the in to INOTICEi; In accordance with resolution of tbe Police Jury of date February 6th, 1925^ 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 creosjoted 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 6 per :ent of the estimated contract price. The check of the successful bidder will be held until he has given Satisfactory Hond and in event he fails to give bond will be forfeited to said Dist. No. 27, and tbe 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 4 signed this 10th day of February, 1922. W. H. AIREY, President Police Jury. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that tbe Con tract between the state of Louisiana, the Parish of Natchitoches and W. S, Bonner, Contractor, for the construc tion of tbe Natcbitoches-Manv High way from Natchitoches to Robeline and Natchitoches-Colfax from Natchitoebea to Grand Ecore, has been completed, and the Highway finally accepted. Final payment will be issued to tho Contractor at the expiration of the time required by law from the date of the publication of this notice. Louisiana Highway Commission. Feb. 16 6t New Orleans, La. a be NOTICE In accordance with an ordinance of the Police Jury of date February 6ih, 1922. notice is hereby given that the Police Jury will receive sealed bids for the maintenance of the Jefferson High way from Robeline through Natchito ches to Grand Ecore. under the plans and specifications and under the super vision of tbe Louisiana Highway Com mission, through ite Engineer, for a period of 6 months. Plane and specigcations can be se cured at the office of the Police Jury. And the Police Jury reserves tbe right to award the contract in two sections. Section 1. To cover Robeline-Natcbi toches Highway. Section 11. To cov er Natchitoches-Grand Ecore Highway towrajf Vontnwtoraaa If Seems beet, and the Police Jury further reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Hide must be delivered in sealed en i veiopee to tbe President of the Polies Jury on or before April 3rd, 1922, and must be accompanied with a certified check for 5 percent of the estimated cast 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 tbe che c ks of the successful bidder or bid ders will be retained until Satisfactory Bond la given, f allere to do so tb« chock will be forfeited to tbe Perish of Bids will be opened on April 3rd, the offici ....... . _ jh nf tv ____iting i ____ of 11 oclock A. M. Thus done and signed at Natchito ches, La. this 10th day of February 1922. W. H. AIREY, Resident Police Jury. NOTICE In accordance with an ordinance of the Police Jury of date February fitn, 1922, notice is hereby given that the Police Jury of the Partsb'of Natcnito ches, La. will receive sealed bida for toe completion of tho gravel road at Ashland and at Chestnut, this to in clude un l oad in g, hauling and sprea ».ng of gravel shaping and maintaining road until accepted, ail in accordance with plans and specification# on fife at tho office of the Police Jury of tbe Ptoiah of Natchitoch e s, La. .Each bidder is required to enclose with bis bid a certified check for 6 per cent of the estimated contract price. The cheek ot the successful bidder will be retained until he has given Satis toetory Bend, and in avant he fans to give bond to be forfeited to tbe District. The checks of unsuccessful bidden wfll be returned to them upon the rejection of tbeir bids. Bids will be opened oo April 3rd, 1922 11 o clock A. M. at tbe office of the Police Jury of tbe Parish of Natchitw* cheap La. by the Police Jury in open •msion. The Police Jury reserving the t to acceptor reject any andal Thus dooe and signed this 10th day of February, 1922. at Natchitoches. La. W. H. AIREY, President PoUce Jury, NOTICE This is to notify the public that the G ov ernor has this day issued a notice, cal lin g a special election to be bdjl April 18th 1922, for tbe purposeofi tine a Senator in and for tb« first senatorial district. ' Natchitoches. La* Felt 18,1922. _ sWett, Fto. Cleritil D. C. La. Wkm fcha time« are normal and fraparity oomea back it me? be •U riebt to disouss scientific metb ef annaimeou and taxation, bn$ in a time of atreas like tbia tbe government should devote it self te means of helping to lighten tha kwd of themaaasa.