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WEEKLY THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1921 De Vo e's Forecast-— July 29 30, pleasant; 31, showers; Aug ust 1 a storm will form over the Missouri Valley and move south eastward; 1-3, thunder storms; 4, pleasant. Mr. J . B. Tucker day in Shreveport. spent Mon Miss Carrie Dormon was a visi tor to Natchitoches during the week. I I Mr. Giles Millspaugh has re turned from an enjoyable house party in Shreveport. ... I M'ss Beth VV il .arasi is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McNeeley of| Colfax. 46-inch permanent finish white or- gandy. -S. & H. Kaffie Mr. Robert J. Phillips was a business visitor to Alexandria Tuesday. Mrs T. P. Raggio has returned from a visit to her son, Mr. Tom Raggio, and his family of Monroe. Mr. Fred Phillips of Shreveport spent Friday in Natchitoches with friends. Miss Claudia Sentell of Bunkie was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Winslow the past week. We are proud of the confidence doc- tors, druggists, and the public have 666 Chill and Fever Tonic. of [ing 0 , . „ ., . « Mr. J. E. feers left Friday for a couple of weeks'V,e,tt°rel.t,ve S in Mansfeld. Mrs. Kelsoe and daughter, Miss Saidie of Boyce are the guests of | Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Horold Kaffie Dr. M. E. Kaffie came down from Shreveport to enjoy Sunday at his old home. the the Imported 45-inch colored permanent finish, all shades, organdy, -S. 6 H. Kaffie. day will with , Mr. Charles Hertzog of New j u Mexico is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Alice Deblieux. " **r. and Mrs: Qeotge English and, children motored in from Robeline Friday for a visit. • Mrs. T. P. Chaplin and daugh ter, Miss Inez,' are spending the week at Bermuda. 666 cures Malaria,'Chills and Fever, Bilious-Fever, Colds and LaGrippe, or money refunded. Miss Joan Chaffe of New Or* leans is on her regular summer visit to relatives here. Mr. Robert Phillips lett Mon day night for Coiorada, where he will spend the next few weeks. Mrs. Phillip Clontier and chil dren have returned from a visit to relatives at Bermuda. Just received one case of New Fail Gingham, in solids and small plaids. —S. & H. Kaffie (Edna [has port E. ed after in leans, at the several has ing other tier, were Miss Mildred Hill reachéd home M ur Messrs. James Dey, Mat. Hert zog, E. P. Readheimer and son were among the week's visitors. Sunday night from a most enjoy able visit to New Orleans and Shreveport. Messrs. I., S. and L. Friedman, 1. and N. Kranson, H. Miller and P. Rachat were in from Natchez daring the week. here Miss day Mr. field. Judge J. E. dato tor the Supreme Bench, spent Thursday here circulating among the voters. 86-inch embroidered organdy, white grounds, colored dote. —S. & H. Kaffie. Mr. Will Payne went to Shreve port and Homer on official bosi seas for t\ia father during the week, bringing back the prisoners he went after. Su.»t. C. E. Hooper has return ed from a visit to New Orleans, where he went on business about school bonds. • ' * ' Messrs. L. and H. Rogeirs oi Shreveport oameldown for a visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rogers, last week. Mrs. O. C. Prudhomme and sister, Miss Clarisse Deblieux, are enjoying s visit to Mr. end Mrs. M. MeInois of Shreveport. " Or. D ,, .Orleans Reynolds, candi- 1 jj 4 . # last fishing was which Mr. Rock back enjoying here aro Mr. who spent when fire Mias week Minden „back of of visit Mr. VV:--' 1921 July Aug the south 4, Mon visi the j Mr, and Mrs. D. W. Breazeale, son, Henry, and niece, Miss Gladys, spent several days in Shreveport last week. Messrs. I. Raphiel, E- P. Read heimer, and A. and E. Cloutier of Campti were among the business visitors during the week. Mrs. B. Rosenthal left for her home in Alexandria Sunday night after a ten days' visit to her mother, Mrs. Annie Kaffie. For me to aay that Church does the I best kodak finishing means nothing. For patrons to say it means a whole I lot. Ask the Kodaker, he knows. Mr. V. L. Roy was summoned to Lafayette Saturday night to the bedside of his son-in-law, Mr. James Caffery, who died Monday re house I Miss Joanna Lachs Gunning of Shreveport «me down last night of| forattttb vîsit to her »Id home or- a Tom and is the guest of Mrs. Joanna Phillips. Miss Lucy Johnson motored down from Shreveport Saturday with her brother, Burros, and Mr. L. Hamilton for the week end. FOR SALE—A practically new re- or c R. B. V frigerator, cheap for cash. 'Apply to JOURTRIGHT. Mr. Bonnefoey of Shreveport spent last week here, the guest of with doc- Miss Coralie Henry at the home of her sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Himel. Miss Irma Sompayrac left dur- [ing the week for Battle ('reek, Michigan, where she will spend the next tew weeks taking a rest cure. « Mrs. Charles Conner of Little for Reek SDent Tnes d.y ,„d Wednes S dlJr wilh her , jatt Mrs . s,,,. borough. Mrs. Pierce PiersoiTand Pierce, of | Jr., of New Orleans, have been the guests of Mrs. A. H. the past week. Pierson Mrs. J. B. Aswell arrived Tues day from Washington, D. C., and will spend a week or two here with Mmes. Winstead and Cfiaffe j the the a , News of the birth of a son to j u dg 6 and Mrs. J. H. Stephens (Edna Williams) of Shreveport [has been received with joy by the aad friends. Mrs. C. Sanderson of Shreve port wss the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Payne at their beautiful plantation home on Red River recently. Mr. H. A. Ho vcott has return ed to his home in New Orleans, after spending a couple of weeba in the parish looking after his business interests. Dr. M. Blacksher of New Or leans, who is visiting his parents at their home near Robpline, was the guest of Dr. Jos. Bath for several days last week. The firm of Norris A Ewing has dissolved, J. M. Norris pur chasing the share of Greville Ew ing who will devote himself to other pursuits. td til _ will units a the ... will onnnl sonal Messrs. E- C. and F. A. Clou tier, E. C., Phanor and Reginald Prudhomme, and I. P. Cloutier were among the Bermuda visitors M ur * n * ft® we ®L After spending a few weeks here with relatives and friends, Miss Mathilde Greneaux lelt Fri day for a couple of weeks' visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. Rambin of Mans field. " Or. Robert Bernhard of New .Orleans accompanied his friend, 1 jj 4 . # Blaoksher, upon bis visit here last week, .when besides enjoying fishing in Cane River Lake, he was taken upon two fox honte which furnished successful sport. Mr. L. McEachin went to Little Rock for the week end, taking back his little son who has been ably do two will ! ior States. the ing why usually ions him. Course, Normal furnish new an merely a life is SO per Church's Figure The ------—-—— ----—~ wv^u.ly enjoying a visit of several weeks j Caffery Mrs. ly of life passed Mr. stricken ■ted and week. and and left young threshold life. here where his father and uncle aro busy with the sewerage work. Mr. Conrad Leooq, a well kpown newspaper man of Point Coupee, who is now State Fire Marshal, spent Saturday in Natchitoches, when be personally inspected the fire district Mias Sadie Stephens spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Snell of Minden mid on her return brought „back her little nephew, Hugh, eon of Judge and Mrs J. H. Stephens of Shreveport who is enjoying e visit with his cousins, the eons of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Pietsoo. Miss in Read of her night her the whole Dr. W. T. Williams with his son, Whitfield, joined his brother, Judge J. A. Williams, son and Mr. J. M. Wardlow of Colfax when they came thru here last week en route to Arkansas, where they will visit Hot Springs and the Ozarks the next tew weeks. to Mr. of 666 has more imitations than other Fever Tonic on the market, no one wants imitations. any but re- of Mr. Joe Walker, Secretary of the Shreveport Chamber of Com merce, for many years a T. & P official, spent several days here last week enjoying fishing in Cane River Lake, when he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Keyser. Dr. and Mrs. James Warren of llouma came up in their car Sun- day for a visit to Mrs. Warren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Por- ter. Mrs. Schrote, who will be recalled as Emma Kent, an old Normalité of Thibodaux, also Mary and Barbara Elizabeth Por- ter, the attractive little daughters of Mr. and Mrs, Llo.vd Porter of New Iberia, accompanied them. Mrs. James Caffery, who has been in attendance upon her little daughter who was operated on for appendicitis about seven weeks ang and has been so desperately sick, but is now regaining her her strength very satisfactorily, was summoned to the bedside of her husband in Lafayette who died Monday has returned. The Boy Scouts entertained the Rosebuds at the. nicest dance Fri of the old gee, and j • .... . , „ the . 1 g rat these young folks ever enjoyed, at the (Jomus, while °t the older set had just as goodjj u time at the skating rink where 1 the regular weekly dance took! p,ace - j The Enterprise is in receipt of, a letter from Mr. T. B Sellers, president of the School Board, in j defense of the Board and in the & interest of the 3-mill tax. Owing ! the td the late hour it reached us, its cheer great length, and rush of official \ öath matter, it cannot be published un - j til our next issue. Mrs. _ I a Instead of three as originale, bowl, planned,the State Board of Health will establish five p&nsk health units because of the filterest shown \ thruout the state and also establish salad, a Bureau of Rural Sanitation to supervise and direct the work of the five health units, all of which ... 1 j » i will be under the temporary per- |i n< onnnl cni%AHirin.AM C IV^ II lir - _ sonal supervision of Dr. P. W. l>. Covington of the International MarliG Board, who is so well and favor-! ably known in Natchitoches. Cad do and Beauregard arc the next two parishes in wh'ch the work will be organized, the fifth to be selected later. "Make the best b^ter" is the progressive battle-cry of the Jun ior Clubs thruout the Unit'd States. They are constantly * on the lookout for more efficient and up-to-date methods, and are will ing to try new schemes. That is why the Junior Club member usually develops into the pro gressive, thrifty adult, with vis ions of improvement ever before him. The Boys and Girls Short Course, to be held at the State Normal August 11 to 18, will furnish opportunity for club fel fowshin, for getting and giving new ideas, and above all, to get an inspiration which will not merely be temporary, but will last a life time. The cost of a week's residence on the Normal grounds is only six dollars, each Club Member bringing two sheets and pillowcases with him. The Final Result Results are what count. Why does SO per cent of the film finishing go to Church's Studio? There's a reason. Figure it out. Mr. James Caffery Mrs. home tier party and The friends of the family deep- sympathize with Mrs. James Caffery and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy, who have been so sore- ly distressed for the past number of weeks, when first little Mary Katherine Caffery hovered between life and death and just as she passed the danger line, ^her father, Mr. James Caffery, was suddenly stricken with appendicitis, oper- ■ted on Monday night of last week and died Monday afternoon of this week. Besides his young wife and two children, mother, father, and one sister, other relatives are left to mourn the demise of young man taken off jast on the threshold of his promising young life. T &Co Just his and last and any but of P the H. of be of Mr. P. A. Simmons The death of Mr. Simmons oc curred at the Touro in New Or leans Monday night after ten days' serious illness and the remains were brought to Natchitoches and buried from the home of his aunts, Misses Mary, Virginia and Co rinne Simmons, in the family plot in the Catholic cemetery Wednes day morning. The deceased, the oldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Sim mons, among our oldest and most prominent families, was born and reared here but in his early boy hood went to New Orleans where he established himself in business and made his home. He leaves one sister and brother, three aunts and two uncles be sides other relatives to whom The Enterprise extends sympathy. Les Jeunes Femmes The screened porch at the Hughes home made a delightful drawing room Wednesday after noon, when Mrs. Steve Browne, entertained her club and a number of guests. Mrs Winslow won the very seasonable first prize, a Polar Bear fan; Mrs. Voiers, sec ond, a pretty camisole; Mrs. Har old Kaffie, guest's, a dainty negli gee, and handworked fans were given at each table tor consolation. The luncheon of fruit salad, sandwiches, olives, wafers, ice tea and cream puffs was daintily served at the end of the game to the members and guests, Mrs. i Handal of Shreveport, Miss Nun °t TexaSt Kat fi e anc j Misses I l> u | ie p ru domme, Chaplin and 1 Henry, _________ j The Round Table M rs. Phanor Breazeale enter j tained her club imd a number of & uesls Thursday afternoon, when ! the terrible weather made the cheer within the brighter. Mrs. \ öath won first prize, a set of j handsome cut glass sherbet glasses; Mrs. Desire Breazeale, the guest's, I a handsome Bohemian glass cream bowl, and Mrs. Alice Deblieux, consolation, a dainty Maderia „ M ,, „ , . \ delicious luncheon of chicken salad, olives, sandwiches, ice tea, Jcrystalized watermelon rind, and chocolate fudge was served to the members and guests, Mmes Ciiap of w the his uuu ivAiiuÂ . v'inj/ ; mg |i n< Henry, L. Deblieux, Winslow, i _ . _ ___ __ ___ i l>. and D. W. Breazeale, and Miss MarliG Deblieux. _ _ _____ Mrs. C. E. Cloutier Entertains The beautiful old ante bellum home of Mr. auJ Mrs. C. E. Clou-j tier was the scene of a merry card t party on Sunday, July 24th. The spacious galleries, where! fourteen tables were placed, were ing you the you beautifully decorated with ferns J and zennias. Cooling lemonade •wmuf&nk New Edison Phonographs Reduced Terras $167.50 TERMS: $16.50 Cash $15.00 Monthly T h*i s model, a HEPPLE- WHITE reproduction is beauti- fully designed, of convenient siae for the modern home. Its tone qualities are perfect. When you listen to this New Edison you feel as if you are hearing the actual perform- ance of the living artists. Plays sll records. --- ■A &Co Unusual Formalités. ■-M Just ' Say You Wish To V, Hear Jl — J ' Hepplewhite New Edison Phonograph ^Peoples Hardware & Furniture Co. WIJiCHESTEH The Store oc of a was served upon the arrival of the guests and promptly at 4;30 o'clock the game began. For the lucky winners, a folding table as the first prize was won by Mrs. Em ma Prudhome; the second, a hand worked table cover, by Miss Inez Chaplin; the booby, a dainty apron, by Mrs. Lawrence Prud liomme. The gentleman's first prize, a gold-mounted fountain pen, by Mr. Felix Prudhomme; the second, a pair of silk socks and tie, by Mr. Phonsie Pr.ud homrae; the booby, handkerchiefs, by Mr. Emile Cloutier; the gener al consolation, a box of stationery, by Mr. Thomas Prudhomme. Dainty aprons were presented to the Misses Lisa and Adel Prud homrae, Rose and Meda Keator, Ivy Miller and Thelma Cloutier, who assisted Mrs. Cloutier in serving bounteously delicious fruit punch, homemade cakes and can dies. Mrs. Cloutier was asisted by her sisters, Mrs. B. F. Dranguet, Phillip Cloutier, and Ed. Prud homme, in receiving. Those in attendance were: Mr and Mrs. B. F. Dranguet- and daughter, Julie; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Clou* tier, Mmes. Loutie Chaplin, E. G. Lawton, Albert Voiers, Emma Prudhomme, Desiree Breazeale; Misses Inez Chaplin, Vera Prud home, Emma Voiers; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Breazeale, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Prudhomme and Mr Wood Breazeale from Natchi toches; Misses Marceline and Lu cile Estorge from New Iberia; Messrs, and Mmes., Paul Rachat, Hugh Miller, Mrs. Ado xVIiller, Miss Ivy Miller from Natchez; Messrs, and Mmes. J. Lawrence Prudhomme, Irving Cloutier, Emile Cloutier, Clifford Cloutier, i imhuc i^iouucr, V/iraor< Waller Breaziale, Ed. C. Prud I l> orarac ,. Reginald Prudhomme, Phanor Prudiiornme. Ursin Lam bre; Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Cock lield; Misses Lisa and Adel Prud homme, Angela Lara bre. Rose and Meda Keator, Messrs. P. E. Prudhomme, Felix Prudhomme, Phonsie Prudhomme, Joseph Clou tier, Alex and Guy Cloutier, Mur phy Sandlin and Dr. J. T. Keator. The characteristic hospitality of the host and hostess added so much to the merriment of the pleasant evening that in one ac cord, we are ever ready for an other invite. Number Nine Banks are the machinery of business. Most banks would w ilie r hav e many Ma i l c u s to m er s than just a few large ones, for in the latter case the bank has more friends. Every deoositor is a friend of the bank and the bank is his friend, There grows up a re mg inniu, xiicic ggruws UJJ a iC" lationship which is mutually bene ^ licial, It will increase your stand ing in your community, will be safer, more convenient and also increase your own self-respect if you become acquainted with your banker and paj by check. Use the banks in times of plenty and you will have the use of them in times of stress. More than one billion dollars interest is owed to the United States by .foreign cations. the the to in by in ACQUAINTANCE with the methods, policies .and strength of this bank will convince you that an account here does not alone guarantee a safe and con venient depository, but also every service modern conservative bank ing affords* WE SHOULD LIKE TO MEET YOU -Jt&r 1ft easy lake pidt' We have fhe PHOTO GOODS «you need.. . I! you havechildrim in your home, you need a camera. Begin today and keep an album of your chMdron as they are from time to time. In a few short years they will be children no longer, then you will be thankful over and over again, 'that you took our advice and kept a PICTURE RECORD of them, when they were youngsters. Come in today and buy a camera. All our photo goods are fresh. Come to US for iit. 4 OUT DRUG COMPANY INC ___ PHONHfîr St. Denis Street Natchitoches, Louisiana To my many Friends and Customers— I wish to take this means of thanking you for your good business in the past as I am closing out my business having accepted a position with the Service Garage as battery and electrical repair man ^and will appreciate your patronage there. Clyde Jordan Advertise in ttie^Enterprise.