A Refuge in the Time of Storm
Is What G30d Insurance Ought
to be and is
But, as with a light-house, you have to get in out
of the wet before the storm breaks or it is too late.
BEFORE THE IFIRE
Make Sure You Have Ample Insurance.
Few home owners and few business enterprises carry
the amount of fire insurance they should.
Without charge we shall be glad to analyze your
actual fire insurance needs.
Robt J. Phillips
PHONES: Office 455. Residence 233
"On the job all the time."
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.
Rain, Mud and Automo
*I*HAT'S an awful combination, but there is
We have it. In fact we are real busy today.
such a thing,
busy today. Now the idea
is, we want to stay busy, and to do this YOU the automobile
owner must think ahead. It just can't rain, be cold and muddy
much longer, and when spring arrives you will want to go. Give
us your car NOW and let Os do what is necessary to put it in
going condition, even tho it only needs water in the battery.
Then when the time comes' you can go. WHEN SHALL
WE GET IT?
Repair and Recharge
Ank sell the best batteries made. $25.00, .$29,50, [$33.00, $39.60
[less $2.00 allowance for your old battery.
G O O D|
^6-^4.. AUAie-AA- M>- -4^
AB persons, firms or corporations
whose names appear as depositors o&^.
the BANK OF mARTHAVILLE,
MARTÜAVILLE, LA., are requested
to p r es en t their claims for such depos
its to the Examiner of State Banks or
bis duly authorised representative for
adjustment at the office of the Bank
of Marthaville, Martha ville, La., not
toter than APRIL 6th 1922.
L E. THOMAS
Examiner of State Banka
Thirty-one million pounds of
carbon black were «hipped •■from
the Mooroe (U «eld. lut
which required 31 billion feet of
§ 1 » to make.
Eleventh District Court, Pariah
D. H. Veal
Tom H. Davis
By virtue of a writ of seizure ami
sale issued in the above matter, I have
seized sod taken into my possession
and will offer for sale at the front door
of the Coprt House in the City of Nat
A TURDAY, APRIL lot, 1922
e hour of 12 o'clock M, the fol
lowing described property, to^wit:
N. H of S. W. % Sec. 19, T. 10, B.
J. W. PAYNE
T HE racking, agonizing rheumatic
ache is quickly relieved by an ap
plication of"SIoan's Liniment.
For forty years, folks all over the
world have found Sloan's to be the
natural enemy of pains and aches.
It penetrates without rubbing.
You can just tell t>y its healthy,
rtimulaling odor that it is going to do
Keep Sloan's handy for neuralgia,
r/atica, lame back, stiff joints, sore
muscles, strains and sprains.
At all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40.
Makes Sick Skins
Well One of Dr.Hobson'a
Family Remedies. For a clear,
healthy complexion use freely
Notice to Teachers
The next examination of applicants
1 for teachers' certificates will be held in
Natchitoches, April 17. 18, 19, (white)
20, 21, 22. (negro). The examination
of white applicants will be conducted
at the Normal College; negro appli
cants at the Lincoln Institute.
C. E. HOOPER,
Richard DeV argas
111 St. Denis 5„
In use for over 40 yean!
Thousands of voluntary
letters from women, tell
ing of the good Cardui
has done them. This is
the best proof of the value
of Cardui. It proves that
Cardui is a good medicine
There are no harmful or
habit-forming drugs in
Cardui. It is composed
only of mild, medicinal
ingredients, with no bad
The Woman's Tonic
You can rely on Cardui.
Surely it will do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands of other
women! Itshpuld help.
"I was taken sick,
seemed to be ... ,"
writes Mrs. Mary E. Veste,
of Madison Heights, Va.
"I got down so weak,
could hardly walk . . .
just staggered around.
... I read of Cardui,
and after taking one bot
tle, or before taking quite
all, I felt much better. I
took 3 or 4 bottles at
that time, and was able to
do iny work. I take it in
the spring when run
down. I had no appetite,
and I commenced eating.
It is the best tonic I ever
saw." Try Cardui.
When the Wrights tried the?r
first airship in 1903 the speed of
their machine was about 30 miles
an hour. Now they touch the
mark at 212 miles per hour.
Germâny claims the invention j
of lace in' the sixteenth century j
which reached its height in the;
seventeenth because of the intro j
duction of machenry for that pur-f
pose. An inscription on a tomb j
stone in Annaberg bears this in
scription. ''Here lies-Barba Utt- L
man died Jan. 14, 1575 whose ji^-1
vention of lace in 1561 made her,
'beqefaptress of thé Hartz Moun- j
Beating the Ball Weevil
The prediction that there will be as
many if net more boll weevils in sou h
ern cotton fields in ib22 a> liieri were
in 1921 may not come any nearer t he
truth than the predictions so freely
made last fall that we were going to
have a severe winter. Nevertheless
it is safe to say that there will be a
sufficient number to give the cotton
grower all of the trouole that he can
well take care of. So far as we have
learned nothing has yet happened to
discourage this insect from again doing
its best to reduce the production ef
cotton another reason, and just as soon
as conditions appear favorable one may
expect these members of the tribe who
found comfortable quarters for the
winter to come out and make prepara
tions for their annual raid on the cot
There are from three to four genera
tions of boil weevils produced each
summer and naturally as the summer
grows older the boll weevils become
more numerous. Therefore, those who
have studied the question and experi
mented have come to the conclusion
that the best way to raise a cotton
crop is to plant the best seed obtainable
in the best seedbed possible to prepare
and by good cultivation and fertiliza
tion, where possible, produce a crop
before the second and third generation
get numerous enough to dj a great
amount of damage. To light the bo 1
weevil by cultural methods one must
not have a greater acreage than can
be properly cared for: Specialists be
lieve that every farmer can secure pro !
fitable yields from a small acreage if ;
he will work hard enough and at the ;
right time, but that it can not be done j
with a large acreage except in cases
where labor, machinery and power can
be had when needed.
—Farm and Ranch.
Sale Colfax Ferry
Notice is hereby given that I will
j receive bids for the sale of the Colfax
I Ferry on Saturday April 1st 1922, at
the hour of 11 o'clock A. M., at the
office of tne Police Jury at the City of
j Natchitoches, La.
Same is hereby advertised to bo sold
I under the following rates:
j Log wagon ................................$1.50
I Car.............. 75c
] Loose stock................................10c
] Single person.............................. 05c
Man and Horse .......................... 20c
j Buggy single........... 35c
i Buggy double .............................50c
j Wagon loaded or unloaded.............50c
Freight (100 lbs)......................... 05c
' Small packages up to 100 lbs.........05c
j I hereby reserve the right to accept
: or to reject any and all bius for said
W. H. AIREY,
President Police Jury Parish of
M-9-4t of Natchitoches, La.
Succession of Charles L. May bin.
Notice is hereby given, th; t in order
to pay debts, l wili sell all the p >per
ty oi thu Inventory, original and sup
I plimental in the above entitled succès
I sion. The same being described as
The four-fifths interest in the fol
lowing described real estate situated
in this parish, to-wit:
The of the SR;/ 4 and SEj^ of
iSVV> 4 , -Section 5. The N E % of the
\E'4 of Sec. 8. The E'j of SW]4
and the SE1 4 of the N VV f 4 of Sec. 9
All in T. 11, R. 8. three head of horses,
more or less, and eleven head of cows
and calves, more or less. Also house
hold and kitchen furniture.
Date of sale, April 15th, 1922.
Terms of sale: Cash, subject to ap
MRS. LOU ANNA MAYBI \,
There are at least fifty different
nationalises living; in the Uuited
States while the number of lan
guages and dialects spoken is 1624.
More Power 4
Standard Oil Company of Louisiana
>u ■ ■c'S'Uori
Joint Succession Sale of Pro
perty to Pay Debts
To be premier of France is to
hold the most responsible office in
the g ■ Vermont but to be almost
certain of holding it only a short
term as there have been sixt.vseven
premiers in fift.yone years making
the average term of office only
l enn's spells quality.
Penn's is paciced air
iight in the »patented
new container — the
quality is sealed in.
So Penn's is always fresh
~*r.n entirely new idea for
Have you ever really
che wed fresh tobacco?
:3; I y Penn's the next time,
i y it. Notice the fine con
H Find after that, use fresh
«Shewing tobacco — Penn's.
©/? <**.nrw-*t»ed Inr
i. h i,i-> giv« n that Mi
Anna Aiaylin, Administratrix of the
Succession of Charles L. Maybin, has
filed with the Clerk of the Court, a list
of the debts against the succession r*
('hartes L. Maybin and the order'c
their payment That any person hav
ing other claims against the succession
or having o' j e ion to those placed
the schedul- s. -uld tile their objection
with the Clerk of the ouit. otherwise
the saiTtf- will u it irnologated and made
the judgment < f the ( ourt.
15. S. SWETT,
Cierk of Court, 11th 1>.
Parish of Natchitoches.
Notice is hereby given that as Ad
ministratrix of the Succession of
Thomas B. burkett and that of T. J.
Burkett, I will offer for sale accord
ing to law, in order to pay debt, at the
Principal Front Door of the Court
House, in the City and Parish of Nat
chitoches, at the hour of 12 o'clock.
The following described property, towit:
The undivided one half interest of
T. B. üurkett, in the NEI of the SEi
of Sec 7 f. 11, R. 7 together wiih the
buildings and improvements thereon.
The undivided one half interest of
the Succession of T. J. Burkett, in and
to the said undivided one half interest
in the said 4o acres of land together
with the buildings and improvements
Terms of sale: Cash, subject to ap
praisement And date of sale,
SATURDAY, APRIL 22 nd, 1922.
Mrs. MAY ADuIE HAMMETT,
Administratrix of the
Children for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought,
in use for over thirty years, has b
v.-> . b. hes i ee-i
the signature oi
and has been made unde r his per
sonal supervision since its infancy,
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Juct-as good " are buï
Experiments that trifle with ar.d endanger the health ef
Infants and Children —Experience against Expriment,
Never attempt to relieve your baby with r
remedy that you would use for yourself.
What is CASTOR IA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Far2 g rie,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant, it contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic instance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty , ,rs it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation^ Y latulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea! allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels., aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Comfort —The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
iBcars the Signature
In Use For Over 30 Year
The Kind You Have À Iways Bought
C E N 7 A . R COMPANY, rjrw VO OK
Advertise In The Enterprise
Ask for and insist on getting
1 ^? 1
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
YOU GET THEM AT
City Drug Company
W. F. Franks
New Second Street
13> Washington street
Lays Candy & ïce Cream Factory
136 Washington Street
POLEMAN & CO.
Patronize those who advertise
V. G Hyams Engineering
LandJ Surveys; Estimates on
Road C onstruction : Oil Sites
Located; General Engineering.
^Pencil No. 174
Me at pear Dealer do 7» five grade«
ASK FOR THE Y7LLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND
EAC 5 MIKADO
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