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WEEKLY THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1921 DeVoe's Fohecasx— February , , IS ill to 19th, heavy rains over the South Atlantic and Gulf States; 2 ii.ii to 21st, cold wave; 22td to 2drd, moderating. On 24th, a fciunn will form ove: uie Lowe :• Mississippi Valley and move Southeastward. ' ? • Mr. A. H. Michel is the guest. oi Mr. and Mrs, John Abraham, Mr. I. Semmelman spent the week-end at Donaldsonville. of spring A most pleasing display Millinery at —DEBLIELX'S - Mr. J. W. Payne spent Thurs day and Friday in Shreveport. Mr. Felix Prudhomruc motored up from Bermuda, Friday. Alfalfa seed at the right price at —KAfNE'S Mr. Claude O'Quinn, of Alex andria, was on one of his regular visits Friday. Mr. R. E. Breazeale spent Sun day here en route from Shreve port to bis home in New Orleans. . o Take a look at those , new Spring Suits—the very latest models intricotines and serges —SEMMELMAN'S Mr. Alf. Vfassey motored in from Flora, during the week on business. WAISTS, WAISTS, WAISTS-all m iterials and colors at -DEBLIEUX'S Mrs. J. Sanford, of New Or leans, arrived Sunday for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. V. L. Roy Mr. Forest Hedges came in t > om Goldonna, where he teaches, to spend the week-end at home. 666 will break a Cold, Fever and Grippe quicker than anything we know preventing pneumonia. s Dr. I. I. Kaffie went up t Shreveport for a couple of days the last of the week. Latest arrival of (Yape de Chine blouses in all the new shades, just re ceived at v -Eieber« a a f. d iys in De Soto last week, look ing after business interests. Many are the new spring hats now h)wn at DEBLIEUX'S VI r. A. Semmelman arrived Tuai West Point, Miss, on one of lis periodical business visits, re font ly. J Reductions on all plows at —KAFEIE'S Mtb. J, H. Henry motored up rom Melrose with her son, John, md little daughter, Sunday, when hey were the guests of Mr. and Tirs. J. E. Guardia. Mèn and young men—A window full of the very latest In umbers in Knox Felt Hats, take a look-at them —SEMMELMAN'S J Mr. and Mrs. S. Goldman, daughter and sister. Miss Frances, of ' New York, are enjoying their jfirst visit to the Southland and are the guests of their uncle and auat, jMr. and Mrs. S. Nelken. The latest and most attractive styles In Spring Salts at priées that will Sur- prise you at -Either» Messrs. A Charleville, E. Cas- pari, Russell and Dr. Sampite, of Cloutierville, spent several daya here last week on business before court. a of ous her of in Mr. ter, We new w Crepes _ call end see them aft way •towi.« . foil Une of ---- ~ ' spring dresses in Taffetas, Canton es and Georgette at popular prices, -DEBLIEUX'S Mrs. Edna Kaffie reached home Tuesday night from Alexandria where 8he spent the past few weeks with her sister, Mrs. B. Rosenthal. and son, U. tier, i n in Georgette waists— ' you'll v. ' 1er how they can be eold at the aaingly low price off $3.98. Go at once if yo n want oge to S. zaale. Mrs. Viol t Winslow left Suu ht to .* New Orleans, from r n *Jfew days, she will kmu, Misa, to visit ve* len a id Poultry fence, all ift the rieht price at •r Mis. S. Nelken was called toj Alexandria, Tuesday, by the ill-j ness of her daughter, Mrs. H. Pressburg, who is now convales cent. Beginning of the month Sale of Spring Waists, Silk, Georgette and all the the latest novelty styles at 0 ° — Either« to Miss Virginia Dorman left Sun a day for Coushatta, where she will :• lake charge of the Red Gross work | move in Red River parish as Executive Secretary for a couole of months. guest. Don't pass our windows without a careful look at the the ' new s P nn S suits~-ladies who ' s ^ le and 3 ual . lt > r , wlU liind both embodied m these : new s ^yj e creations —SEMMELMAN'S at in on in s Mr. L. Winbarg left for New Orleans, Sunday, from where he will go to Mexico, to start the work for which lie has contracted with the government. Have you visited "DeBlieux's" to see its new spring dresses and suits -DEBLIEUX'S Messrs. H. A. Cook, president and V. Cook, manager of the Crys lal Ice Co. attended the Bottlers Convention in New Orleans last week. • Young men, don't follow the style, set the style with one of the new spring Knox hats—a window full to select from —SEMMELMAN'S Mr. Walter Ray brought his wife and baby down Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. Rosa Le veque, with whom she is spending this week, her first visit home in a long time. Repairs for all nlow implements —KAFfirS Mrs. J. Bonino has returned from Shreveport where she spent a few weeks with relatives, for another little visit to her sister, Mrs. A. Bath before returning to her home in Franklin. Ladies, the new spring suits we have just received are all that you would ask for in style-—and priced to suit y<#ur .ppeketbook Mrs. Nonie Smith has returned from Shreveport, where she ac companied her daughter. Miss Sadie, who entered one of the bus iness colleges in that city, to take a course. Novelty silk and wool spring skirts, special at -Eieber« a to at ing ly was and Mr. D- J. Hyams was called to Shreveport Friday to the bedside of his wile who underwent a seri ous operation at the, Schumpert frbm which she ia recuperating satisfactorily. Jîew shipment of strapped pumps, in satins and suedes, high and baby Louis heels —SEMMELMAN'S Mr. Blanchard Porter went to Shreveport, Friday, to join his father, the Judge, who was there holding Court for a couple of days, returning with him Sunday night. New Spring Suits and Dresses at - —DEBLIEUX'S Mrs. A. At Airey tooomp«nied her 6on, Mr. W. Airey, president of Police Jury, when he motored in Saturday from Clarence, while Mr. G. G. Somoayrac and daugh ter, Mrs. Bernard Breazeale, and children motored in Snnday. Fifth Avenue or Broad- way offer no newer styles in young mens hate than we ate showing this week in our window—look them over —SEMMELMAN'S Mrs. L Friedmgn, R. Kranson and H. Jaffa and Messrs, and Mmes P. Baohal, A. Miller, Kran son, S. Friedman, P. Prudhomme, U. Lambre, P. I. and £. 0. Clou tier, of the ouest, and Messrs, and Mmes. E. Cloutier, F. Mayben, - ... ... . M S. Tnchel, Dr. and Mm. Brea zaale. Messrs. Readheimer, Perot, Keator, Hart and Cloutier, of Oaminti, were among the Sunday Visitors. . The last word in style, those ne# box back suits for toj Dr. J. B. Pratt ill-j his plantation the H. of all will | sent up from ; finest turnip) that ever tipped the scales at-j well, if the number of pounds! were given in print, no one would believe it, but the many who saw the magnificent vegetable in this office will testify that they never saw such a big, one before, and those who enjoyed it will testify that it was as good as it was large. Strapped pumps are THING this spring. A new shipment of the latest num bers just in —rSEMMELM AN ' S THE he The Midgets A genuine treat is in store for those who love children—and who djesn't?—when the company of Midrits give a most uniaue enter tainment at the Aruusu, next Wed nesday night, February 25, for the benefit ot others of their size, but not so fortunate, for they are the little starving children in Eu rope, whom all and other parts of the world are trying to succor. Not only the best talent, beauty and grace of our little folks will make the program interesting, but a cduple of graceful, well trained little dancers will come from Alex andria to add to our local talent, who will not only be welcomed because of their own grace and skill, but because of being the children of an old Natchitoches girl, Ruth Desmukes, and the father, John Overton, being also well'known and popular here. That Misses Judith and Miriam CaYver and Katherine Breazeale whose ability and onginalty in training children are well known and has been well proven on many occasions, are at the head of the entertainment is enough for the public to know, to assure a full house, so if you want to be sure to get a good chance to see a good show, and help a gooa cause, g;t your ticket early and be on hand Wednesday night, February 25th* at the Arausu. Admission 50 cts. and 25 cts. Tickets now on sale. Les Jeunes Femme The last meeting: until after later, was held Mardi Gras even ing when Mrs. L. Prudhomme en tertained her club most charming ly at a Valentine party, which was the motif used in decorations and for score cards. Mrs. Hnnei won first prize, a handsome casserole; Mrs. Winslow, second, pretty nut set; Mrs. H. L. Hughes, consolation, bath-room set; Miss Lise Prudhommet guest's tndwich tray and Airs. J. C. De Blieux, booby, heart shaped pin cushion. Delicious roast goose with dress iug, jelly, potato salad, asparagus tips on lettuce, tea saltines, whip ped cream with cherries and fruit cake were servSd bv the hostess assisted by Misses Carr and Read beimer to the members and guests, Mmes. A. and W. Prudhomme, J. DeBlieux and Miss L. Prud* homme, of Bermuda. Plow gears at the right price —Koffie's St. MS if* Am* eftt* Aoarctyou Jut Buy Beaver Board that is BEAVER BOARD You want better walls and ceilings, in your new home, in present waste space, or to replace cracked plaster and dingy wallpaper« So you ask for Beaver Board, the original wallboard, that has been building better walls and ceilings for a dozen' years. But do you know that inferior wallboards are often •old m Beaver Board? They may look like Beaver Board, feet like Beaver Board, and even claim to be aa goodaa Beaver Board. But they can*t give Beaver Board results .— , Be sure to get what you ask for. The Beaver trademark on th^ bock of every panel of genuine Beaver Board is there for your protection. Look for it # Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. _ ■ the "WINCHESTER store _ ; Mrs. T. L. Airèy We have recently heard of the death of an esteemable lady, which occurred on 8th of January at her home in New Orleans, sise had lived to a ripe old age, was the wife of the late Thomas L,i Airey, Gee Virginia Carroll) and moth r-in-law of Governor John VI - Barker. A devoted Catholic, lier early training was received in the con vent at Natchitoches. She had a lovable disposition I ME AfVIUSU PRESENTS "THE BRANDING IRON" I - oaturing Barbara Castleton, Janies Kirkwood . and all star cast HAROLD LLOYD In EASTERN WESTERNER' AND SCREEN MAGAZINE "AN Friday February 18 th ADMISSION Includin < 2oc 50c and War ax Everything s the ORE LINE. DRUGS Tk 111. I Nurses take delight in giving the iredicire we compound, because they have ferried that our drugs produce the effect desired by physicians. We fill prescriptions RIGHT. We also carry everything to be found in a modern drug store. Come in, look around and see the thousand and one things we carry'. You will find many things you will want upon merely seeing them. Our prices are always reasonable. Come to US for it. CITY DRUG COMPANY INC, St. Denis Street Natchitoches, Louisiana PHONE 43 aud noted for her her family in New relatives here we sympathy. charity. To ; Orleans and ) extend ourj i XXX i Every day brings new and attractive j Ready-to-Wear garments for Ladies j and Misses at -DEBLIEUX'S I To ; and ) ourj i i j Ladies j I ▲ of living up to every cent is not so much in the loss of vou might otherwise have saved, as extravagant habits thus cultivated: you earn is monev which in the I The person who saves nothing today never save a penny even were his suddenly increased two-fold or even fold. 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