THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1922
D b V o k ' a Fokecast — Aug
ust 25 cooler, 25 e greet storm
will form orer the lower Missis»
sippi Valley end move northeast
ward, 27-28 heavy reins, 29-80
cold wave over the Missouri
Valley will move southeastward;
danger of frost in Northern States.
Mr. W!. L. Sprawls of Saline
was a visitor to town during the
Messrs. Mot and Ambrose Hart
zog motored up from Magnolia on
business Tuesday. '
Miss Taylor of bogs I use is the
.guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Weiss.
Silk, gabardine and esige dresses,
plain, fancy, emproidered and tailored,
Miss Oraoe O'Quinn spent last
week with her aunt, Mrs. J. J
Neilson of Alexandria.
Mr. Lee Franklin of Jennings
spent several days here Isst week,
Mr. B. H. Lichenstein of
Shreveport spent Fridsy here, his
Miss Gladys Breszeale spent
several days with friends in
Shreveport the past week.
Mias Edith Porter came down
from Shreveport Saturday night
to spend a couple of weeks at
LOST—A shriller pin. Reward if
returned to this office.
Miss Amy L'herisson of Shreve
port is the guest of her brother
Mr. and Mra. Roy Derouen of
New York are the guest* of Mr.
and Mrs. Q. L'herisson.
Drs. M. Kaffe and Bernard
motored down for the day Snuday.
Messrs. V. L, Roy and Sam
Levy left Tuesday for a motoring
trip thro Arkansas
Table ahrer sad
hr every day, _ w
PSI Mae just received et
Mr. and Mra. Harol*
spant Sunday at Boyce
Messrs. Hyman Jaffa of Natchez
and Alf. Massey of Flora were
among Saturday's business visi
Dr. J. E. Keetor and
Jambs, Jr., of Bermuda
among Monday's visitors.
Mrs. M. Fremaux of New Or*
leans is oo her annual visit to her
•ousin, Mrs. E. Plaucbe.
Mrs. Laeille Csffery and little
daughter are visiting relativst in
Mn. V. L, Roy motored to
Marksville for the day Sunday
with her three sons and little
Mima CL K. Cloutier and CL
E. Pradhomme were among the
ooast*s visitors Thursday.
Our Use of waists and ever Mooses
in all kinds of materia l, the latest
fsusy and novelty styles, sonnst bn
* See "
Mrs. C. M. Fell of lain Oharias
it visiting her mother, Mrs. B.
Mr. and Mn. C. R. Prudhomme
and daughters of Bermuda spent
Hioradu with Mr. and Uta. B.
Mr. P. T. Hedgea and a
reached home Sunday from their
nntomobile trip to Missonri.
Mias Lilliane Corley ratnrned
home Monday from a delightful
week-end visit with friands at Har
Mr. Sydney Kaff« r an ch e d hi
Sunday night from Naw York,
where ha spent tha past month in
the Saat vary anjoyabiy.
Mia. Morris Aaron has reached
home from Nevada» where aha
spent tha past month with bar
Mr. Alfred Doo on m a n left leaf
Thursday with Mr. A. G. Alex
ander for a
. Ur,p t * rtt î Pratt
ÎJ*®*' J'bjj® ^T* 1 ®. j®/® 1 !*®: Pratt
Elixabetn for a little visit to » h*gk
duriog ha husbands | B(rB
Misses Ida and Sadie Nash, B.
and A. Lee motored to Montgom
ery during the week to visit rela
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McBride
and sister, Misft Henderson of
Houston, motored to Alexandria
for the day Sunday.
Dr. and Mts. C. R. Reed and
family and Mr. Blanchard Porter
motored to Alexandria for the day
Mrs. Tom Baggio and lit tie. son
of Monroe and sister. Miss £.
Blackmail of Alexandria, are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
Reputable New Orleans concern
wishing to extend business seeks local
representative who wilt work bald for
realty satisfactory remuneration. Ex
perfeneo desired but not required
208-609 Iberville St, Now Orleans La.
Mrs. T. B. Blanchard of Ilôùs
ton. Texas, sud Mim Ella Wahre
of Breaux Bridge ere the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Hsrold Kaffie.
Mra. W. D. Shaffer spent
ooople of day j in Alexandria last
week with her husband, the Cap
tain, while he was at the encamp
Mr. and Mrs. James Chambers
and family of Alexandria were the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Z. T. Gsl
lion the past week.
Mr. Richard De Vargas, Jr.,
reached home Friday from • most
enjoyable motoring trip thru the
Ozerks with the Lambre-Bres
Mrs. L L. Cooper of New Or
leans is on one of her regulsr
visits to her father, Dr. Z. T.
Gallion, end wife.
Mr. Hubert Greneaux, accom
panied by Mimes Ellen and Han
nah Aaron. Mr. and Mrs. James
Cannon and daughter motored to
Combatte Friday for the day.
6N quickly nllevce Cold*, Constipa
tion, Biliousness and H ns tischst a
F in* rook.
Messrs. Frank Gallanpy« E. P.
Resdheimer, and G. Sompayrae
were 'among the Oampti visitors
during the week.
M Ä w . u . " Hh
Mr. and Mre. George William-1
•on Jr. snd son of Shreveport w«ra j for
the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. G.jday
Williamson the post week. I
Mias Irma Sompayrae ha* re-(sod
able viait to friends in North
POE RENT—Either aiagla rooms or (day,
javtmaufor Uxfct h oass k ssph m ap[
Mra. A. J. Beil has aa bar guests | P*"
T Maggie Pierson and H. H. ( delights
Turpin and daughter. Gore, ofj visite
Natehltoahea.—-Shreveport Timaa. I
.___ . , I Mexico
Dr. nod Mra. L Kaffe left in
their car Sunday for a trip to H
Sooth Louisiana, with New Or
leans as their final destmatioo. be
Mias Lillian Nelken bos return-1 ••J"
ed from Colorado, where abeal»| on,y
tended the rammer school ai «* e c
Boulder. I without
Mm. D. W- Saunders and
daughter motored down for a little ) Misa
viait to her sister. Mm. D. O.(SaUnday
8oarborough, during tbo woek. to
Bin. J. K. Uowr with
daughters^ sw-io few motored Atewildr
np from Alexandria Sunday, when j oyi||X
they wore the g nests of Mr. and j
Mrs. J. Haggio. | Mr.
v. -, . ^_i wa#
ceipt of invitation to the i» r . Q ® c ®
riage of Mim Maria Rowenal^^^ng
Breda to ». Winnfield H. Bel- Mr.
g? ? g?
80tb, at 10 a. m. at me Gamedrsl|^
tor Lo- AnmtiM
thsTtha wsterUfine and flailing|be is
Mira Inez Chaplin ranched hoara| Hammond,
daring the week from n round of
delightful virita to New Orleans, | Our
Brookhaven and Brown's Walla, Jack
a v> u ., (Orleans
^ Jr r r n r /^ rema r
ntfo fo yhfor hfo foe h wJ»oa. J<m0K
in Now Oneane nnreaay enar • ^
^ ^ ***^11 planned
Phillips, end Mrs. L- D. Howell j WÄ>
and ha is enjoying to the look
* hi * T "» * # .,' h '7 to«»
a treat favorite of Natchi- u _
left on Friday for her home
Garland, Arkansas. I City
Mr. Sneed PriMI of SI Dorado end
.is visiting his brothere. Dr. CL W.(and
î Pratt ef tide eity and Dr. J. B. | eelvee
Pratt of Setebez. having motored trip
h*gk with thm whao they re* (no it
| B(rB ^ g f in |q rdntives in j v a n t ar
Mr. R. E. Chaplin reached'
home Tuesday from Battle Creek,
Michigan, muchly improved by j
his six weeks' sojourn at that jed
famous health resort.
Mr. Robert Phillips and mother,
Mrs. Winslow and Misses Wins
low, Porter and Lachs snd Mr.
and Mrs. W. Lachs motored to
Alexandria for the day Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. E. K.Shultaand
daughter. Miss Ruth, left in their
ear for Beaumont last week where
they are -spending a couple of
weeks with their son and family.
Mr. G. G. Sompayrae and
daughter, Mrs. B. Breazeaie and
children and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Sompayrae of Clarence motored
over Sunday, when they were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. B,
Mr. and Mra. L. J. Alleman
and family are enjoying a motor,
ing trip thru South Louisiana, in
which section of the State they
lived before coming to Natchi
Mr. and Mrs. L. £. Stafford few
motored down from Shreveport
Saturday, Mr. Stafford returning (prize,
the next day. while his wifo re- fudge
mained for a visit to her mother, jseoond
Mn. R. Hill, and family. I booby
%M . ____ A
Misses Less Jordan, Earline I ribbon
Johnson and Mrs. Mens Johnson j t«»
reached home Sunday from a visit
(Gertrude Smith) m California. ^
Miss Stella Darden accompanied
Mrs. Louis Bsss to Natchitoches 800
snd with her has been the guest whi,e
of Mr. snd Mrs. Hoop for the'* 001,6
past two weeks. They expect to,
Um for their boo.!. Mow
City tomorrow. >
Mias Virginia Hall of New Or-1
cans, who will be recalled as the | very
expert X-ray head at the ssnita- 1
rium when it first opened, is the (guest.
attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. ] ville,
do ** Gsapari.
i a «r » « I
L ***** ]; *• " orter ' w ho has prixe,
bero ^pending the past two weeks | Mrs.
" Hh in bw car J Miss
acoompanted by his stenographer, (
for hi* home in Lake Charles Fri -\ budê
^ & Friadamn of Notches P iM
E. C. Pradhomme of n*.. Mtinaa,
,_____ -aembera of the Pari*hr
Executive Committee. J the
j Post cords from Matthew Cho-1
| P*" fro ® Sa" Francisco, tell of the |
( delights eChia trip, which includes
visite J° maQ Y of the principal
I *° Texas, Arizona, New
I Mexico end California.
H r. Mack Jensen reached home
yerterrfajf fnm ^ ^
be says Natchitoches isn't in it
l-i»i^Hi!-!r^ l .* 10 11 J
••J" *" *** »" city, as not
on,y snegg, but most anything]
«* e c « lbe cooked in the streets
I without any other heat hot the
) Misa Faooie Nelken arrived J
O.(SaUnday night from Now Orleans}^
to spend a couple of weeks with |
I kuf DÄFBIltff. Kif atTfrr Un Pmu.
HiiHren jLi.inc b^JJjMre.
Atewildr i , %maA ^ fMuUj u
j oyi||X #
| Mr. Wood 8ersof Cypress, who I
wa# ,Q sppreciatad caller at
Q ® c ® doriD * th ® week, gave the
Rowenal^^^ng news that bis uncle,
Mr. J. £. Bora, ia recuperating
Touro ten days aeo.
is with the Bemmelmaos'.
Our young voyagers, Masten
Jack Danournea end Jeff Da
jBlieux, reached home from New
(Orleans last night after • moat
rema r ka b le can* trip that the
J<m0K „ ..jo,«! toth« M
^ making tilg schedule they
planned to the dot. Naw Orleans
WÄ> Suturdev and several
law, who willi his wifo is enjoy-|eN
inc n visit to her parent« in j
look aftor the firm's business here I
to«» •!»#€, of Hr. Ljod
in the Crescent
City very delightfully, then canoe
end paraphernalia were peeked
shipped and they hied them
eelvee homeward by train, after a
trip that any boy might well envy,
(no it was full of tho exciting ad
v a n t ar ea which always appeal to a
reached' Has any one noJccd a genuine
Creek, jfog since the month of August;
by j was ushered in? Certain inton !
that jed ones are- always on the qui v;y
to note the first one, because of
the old proven tradition of the
first frost occurring sixty days
later. A report was sent in about !
July 28 th of which notation has
been mnde. to watch if the ad
vance date forecasts an early fall,
with a September frost.
We extend our congratulations,
not only to Judge Ch *s. V. IV r
ter, but ulso to the people ot this
district, upon the fact that he has
been again nominated without
opposition, to succeed himself, as
Judge of the 3rd District Court j won
of Appeals. This honor was aj
just tribute to one of the best men j
and ablest jurists in the State.— !
The 500 Club j
Miss Carmen Brcazea le won first
(prize, a pretty hand-embroidered
fudge apron; Miss Miriam Nelken,
jseoond a sachet, and Mrs. Pullen,
A delicious frozen fruit salad
I ribbon sandwiches, sskines, ice
j t«» and minis, on verbena decked
was daintily served to the
guests, who, besides club mem
included Misses Nelken,
Dunck,cmsn ' L ' heris
800 of Shreve * ,ort ' * nd Mre - Carr '
whi,e Miss Luci,le Fear8on kept
the'* 001,6 *
CompUmenfolJ to Min
Beautiful roses were used most
attractively in her pretty apart- ! e.
roents in the Newel home Thurs- j
day afternoon, when Mrs. T. j D.
Cappel entertained her club and a ■
Miss Norms Hill entertained
| very delightfully at 500 Tuesday
1 afternoon in honor of her house
(guest. Miss Gaiennie of Napoleon
] ville, when zennias were used for
I Mist ^* en Aar0li won ür8t
prixe, a bottle of toilet water;
| Mrs. Hill Csspari, a pretty yaoity;
J Miss Dorothy Freeman, booby,
( | string of silver and green
-\ budê WM presented the honoree.
! Chicken salad on lettuce hearts,
P iM *PP ,e ** ] * d with <&*** olives
Mtinaa, *°® and homemade
Ddie# Wer * «brtr;imwad by
the E»rious hostess, assisted by
h *• M ^r
(Gaiennie, Freeman, Mears, Kile,
I Ellen and Hannah Aston, Lucille
and Camille DeBiienx, Fletcher of
| Coushatta, Mmes. H. Cas pari, S.
(Henry, Holland, W, A. Breazeaie,
Keyser, and Mclonis of Shreve
. The Round Table Club
Grape myrtle was used for dec
J oration in the parlors of the
Wwop Hote j Thursday afternoon,
w j^ n it3 Ärac i ous mistress enter
L^sd her club and a few guests.
U^ Jeanette Wemp ke|)t score
fQr wine , *t which Mrs. Voiers
J won b* 11 pri*c. » Polar Bear fan;
1 ** ** ,*
| embroidered and hand
bfet triUUDCd DÙffct SOt f IDO
Alice DeBiienx, third, a
pretty Sraitas luncheon set.
As the game ended, the guests
| were ushered into the dining room,
I where at rose-decorated tables, a
this|delicious menu of broiled chicken,
potato chips, conserved apricot
w»d peach »*®d with cheese and
S®"'® 8 on 1®«°°® ^wts, hot
(coated waiters. Thé place cards
were tiny Jsp fan hair ornaments
»|and when placed in the coiffeurs
lo|*ÿ** " e « r,m Sîinï f
H. Kaffie, E.
_______ Miasississippi, How
of Arjmnsas, and Laebs of
j Indianapolis were the nuests who
enjoyed the evening with the club.
We now have on hand a large quantity
of first grade bricks and solicit your or
der for same. Will deliver anywhere
in the city limits.
Natchitoches Prick Co.
In Honor of Mrs. Lachs
Mmes. Phillips and Wins!o - v en
tertained in honor < î their charm
ing house giu.s\ Mr*. \V. Lach
of Indianapolis, on Tuesday after
noon of last week, when the dcoo
! rations of roses asters, glr.diolu-«
and zeunias, the gift of attentive
friends from gardens and florists,
were unusually beautiful and
The honorée was the lucky win :
r.er of tiie handsome first prize,
an imported Jap silver inlaid tray,
and was also prrsented with a
handsomely framed copy of ''The
Age of Innocence; Mrs. Carnahan
j won «»nsolation, a pretty glass
truit knife, and Miss Unter, the
A delicious luncheon of frozen
fruit salad, bread and butter sand
withes, ice tea and mints was
served to the guests: Mmes. Bell,
j Caspar], L. DeBheux, McClung,
Baggio, I. and H. Kaffie, Wemp,
! e. Levy, Payne, Browne, H.
j Hughes, McBride, Harmanson,
j D. and.C. L. Breazeaie, Lachs of
a ■ Indianapolis, Howell of Arkansas,
Carnahan of Mississippi, Misses
Unter, G. and C. Breazeaie, B.
Porter, E. Levy, Winslow, G., L.
and M. Nelken, and Henderson of
Lilacs and clematis in hanging
baskets were used in hall, while
Killarney roses in crystal bowls
and vases adorned the parlor,
when Miss Charlotte Dre.vfous
entertained most delightfully at
bridge Friday afternoon, compli
mentary to Mrs. Lachs of Indian
Miss Carmen Breazeaie scored
highest and was awarded a box of
handsome stationery, and a pretty
novelty jewelri T box was presented
Centering the luncheon tables
were dainty flower baskets filled
with maiden hair ferns and Duch
ess roses, and Mrs. Winslow drew
the one at her table as consolation,
and Miss Breazeaie was again
lucky in winning the pretty one
Chicken and niminto aspic with
mayonnaise on lettuce hearts,
eggs a la apricots, pimolas,
saltines, ice tea, and pretty little
baskets filled with sugared pecaDs
for souvenirs were daintily served
by the grscious hostess, assisted
by Mrs. R. Drey fous of Galves
ton, the house guest, to Mmes.
Lachs, Carnahan of Mississippi,
Phillips, Winslow, Breazeaie,
Misses Nelken, C. Breazeaie and
Special to The Enterprise:
Robeline, La.. August 14, 1922.
Mr. E. W. Barrett of Marshall.
Texas, and Miss Ruby Kate Lambert,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J Lam
bert of this place, were married by
Rev. McComick, pastor of the Metlio.
dist church here, at the home of the
bride Monday morning at 8:30 oclock,
A few friends and relatives were
Mrs, A. J. Lambert, mother of the
bride. Mmes. S. S. Prothro, (J. T.
Lambert, Mr. Jack Whitley, Misses
Thelma Holt, Devila and Beta Mae
Pharris, Aileene Prothro, and brother
and sister of Miss Lambert were those
The bride and groom found their
places in front of the table, which was
decorated with pretty flowers, and the
pastor at the opposite side and those
present circled around them. The
bride received several nice and useful
gifts, After the wedding, friends ac
companied the couple to the station,
where they were showered with nee.
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett left on the
morning train for Marshall, Texas, for
a brief visit to Mr. Barrett's people
after which they will go to Wellington,
Kansas, for their future home.
Have a Spencer Dress
Corset or Abdominal
Belt especially desig
ned for yov by
- v en
jjytr, j J
money cacn year,
o contain numerous
One safe way to increase yoiir profit
is to cut down the Unnecessary Expenses. Money saved -, is
money earned - an old proverb which we are only too apt to
forget. Most of us pay out considerable
which upon analysis, would la found
items that could well be eliminated.
These are the items
which keep gnawing away at your resources and eating up
your biggest profits just like the little insects which slowly
but surely destroy the finest trees in the orchard. There are
positive remedies tor both cases. In business, tho best pro
tection against the evils of the superfluous expense account
is the check book which enables you to keep accurate account
of every penny expended and shows in n compact way just
where the leak occurs.
Have you a check account with the
You'll Say They're Good
The fancy cakes and pies that can be
found fresh at
The Standard Bakery
Orders filled for parties or home
BEST FLOUR, CLEAN and [SANITARY SHOP
Breads of all kinds.
To The Public
Men employed in our mechanical and car departments
have been on strike since July 1st against the decision of
the United States Railroad Labor Board. The officers and
loyal employes of this company are doing all in their power
to keep trains operating. If we can have that protection
for life and property which the law guarantees, we will
succeed. The strikers and their sympathizers, on the
other hand, are doing their best, through a campaign of
lawlessness, intimidation and terrorism, to prevent our
operating trains. The welfare and prosperity of the com
munities we serve depends upon who wins. The law will
be enforced if the public demands it. If the law is en
forced, the railway can and will continue to operate trains
and give that service so vitally necessary if crops are to
be moved and producers and consumers alike spared the
suffering and financial loss involved in a tie-up of the trans
portation industry. >
Demand That The
Law be Enforced!
J. L LANCASTER, Receiver
H Shining-up Days Are Here, Use
its Shine is Wonderful
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