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V o e * 8 Forecast — Oc sr 6 storm ifi northern states; showers; 9, hot wave over Issouri Valley moving south tward; 10-11 oloudy, sultry; 12 over the lower Mississippi [Ihy will move eastward. >r. L. A. Cockfield of Bermuda a business visitor Monday. fudge J. W. Jones, Jr., has in Coushatta this week hold court. Mr. and Mrs. John Pollock of >u tier ville were among Mon k's visitors. me u> your orders for Hay Wire A H. KAFFIE. I Mrs. E. S. Self has returned >m New Orleans where she went enter her son, Robert, in school. [Mr. Willie Lucas of Alexandria a visitor to his old home last ik. [Mr. L. L. McEachin of Little sk was a business visitor. Thurs Mr. I slender silhouette, which charac the new dresses for tnis season, [earned out in the new line of dresses received at—LIEBER'S. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McBride »ent a couple of days in Houston )6 early part of the week. Mr. J. L. Bryan is enjoying t to the city of Mexico, where of his sisters make# her home. Don't forget we otfer some of the it models in New Fall hats—at just > less.— SEMMELMAN'S. > F. G. Kelly motored to ireveport then over to Marshal rith friends last week end. Mr- and Mrs. Carl Henry and ms motored to Shreveport Satur ly to enjoy. Ringling Brothers show. Min Helen Freeman is being >rdially welcomed by friends ir spending the past year in lo. Phone us your orders for Hay Wire 4 H. KAFFIE. came in toujvfor Me Hilton Holland a rather ..extended week end at home. Mr.. Phanor Prudhomme and Phanor, Jr., of Bermuda, among Monday's visitors. ,___jseksepers can find the best Ivalaes in pyrex-giass cooking utensils of all kinds at _ „ n <TM . -He UnBfimS Messrs. Robert Phillips and ' Traber motored to Alexau Senday for the day with friends. Dr. G. W. Stephens spent a tw days in Provencal last week with bis oncle end sunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stephens. Mr. E J- Gamble of St. Mau rice was a visitor Thursday, when |s was the guest of his daughter, lip. f T. GaMion. Jr. This b the Uom to select your fall had winter salt, bill line in the best mÈi lasest eat, Style, material, suitable for school girts and woman. Just see mo nt—LlSBBR'8. Dr. nod Mrs. JE. W. Breazeale, Mrs. Charles Keator and son and Mim Kate Keator were among Gaaspti visitors during the week. Jodies O V. Porter left for Sorsvsport Friday after spending the months of August and Septem ber, Ms vnesUon, at his old home. Master Robert Harmanson came up from New Orleans Wednesday night and wiH be the guest of bis great-aunt, Mrs. Phillips, for the neg b« weeks. Hsgfesr^ we have net forgotten son an! Mi sshssl rsgnirsmants. Let us ata» you an outfit.—SEMMELIIAN'S Mr. nnd Mrs. L Semmel man ol Hay n e s ville and Mr. A. Semmel* *man of Wees Point, Mississippi, ■pent the week nnd here looking After their loosi interests. Mr. Q. G. Somnayrso and lighters of Clarence motored over Sunday, when they were the nnd Mn. B.- B. Mr. Bw MsaoMbnl of Alexai&ria came np Saturday night to join Ms wife, who had been visiting Mr. A. Kafle, escort« K R Welch, who has been as civil eiuri F with Ihn Stain Highway *0 lisse, is et i ts Ms family M at or at off to T. MAN'S. Mrs. N. T. Smith has re turned from Shreveport where she was called to the bedside of her daughter, Miss Saidie, who has now recovered from ati attack of dengue. The regular monthly meeting of Pol ice Jury and School Board, Monday and Tuesday, attracted the usual contingent of visitors who had business before these bodies. Our dresses offer you the newest style effects, in any material. A dress or every occasion.—SEMMELMAN'S. Miss Marie Breazeale left dur ing the week for Princeton, N. J., to visit her sister and brother, Captain and Mrs. A. Waters, and expects to enjoy some of the pleas ures of New York City while in the East. Dr. Penn Crain was called from Shreveport Saturday night by the illness of his mother, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Breazeale, when she was taken suddenly quite ill. Her many friends will bo glad to learn of hei recovery. We have again secured the exclusive agency for the celebrated Welworth and Worthmor waist. $1.00 and $2,00; new lot just received..—SEMMEL MAN'S. Mrs- S. J. Henry left Sunday in her car for Reserve where she will spend the winter with her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C). Monlegut, Miss Doris having pre ceded her to begin her studies at the High School at the opening of the session. Mr. U. O. Hicks and son accompanied Mr. Henry. Have you seen the new side lace oxfords and Colonial pumps— the sea son's latest fads in shoes? We have just received a shipment.—S EMM EL MAN'S. The Jewish congregation assem bled at their synagogue Sunday evening and Mouday during the day, when* in lieu of a minister, who generally comes from the Rabbinical College at Cincinnati to conduct services during this, the most sacred period in the year^ some of the members read the prayers and organ music was ren dered during the most solemn parts. Our new shipment of coat suits rep resents the last word in style, and at prices that will interest you.—SEM M ELMAN'S. Attention of Leschians is again called to the first regular meeting for 1922-23, Monday, (October 9th, at 6 p. m., in the Social room at Normal, when Mr3. A. F. Storm, ex-presideut of the S F. W. C., will be the leading feature on the program. * Full attendance is urged and each member is privi leged to invite a guest for this one meeting, but she must notify the hostesses, Misses Weeks, Varnado or Feltus at Normal, whether or not she will be present and with « guest. New Fall Sweaters, plain and gay colors, in fancy weaves—low prices. For sport, school aad every-day wear they are excellent» Full line of Jersey, silk, wool and mixtures, at—LI EBER' 3. Miss Marguerite Stewart was unanimously «looted guardian of the Girl Scoots to succeed Miss Perkins in New York this year at Columbia, who effected the or ganization last year, and'started off her guardianship with a hike to Breazeale Springs last Friday afternoon where they camped the night, returning next morning. About 18 enjoyed the outing, cooking supper and breakfast in the open, just like the Boy Scouts, many of whose rules and regula tions are similar. Miss Stewart's mother, sister and uncle, Mr. J. T. Sandlin, attended as chaperons and equally enjoyed the frolic. Died The death of Mrs Hattie Gid dens occurred at her home Iq Gampti Friday, bringing to an end a long and useful life that lasted nearly four seore years. One son, T. K. Giddens, now of Shreveport, and one daughter, Mrs. M. J. McElroy, and a great mant grandchildren survive to ever hold her memory in tender reverence. in the latest novelties, in stand wool, nnd priced at «rfy $2.95. Yee^ ---------------- Amiisu Theatre For Week Beginning TO-DAY Anita Stewart in "HER MAD BARGAIN'' and Ur bins Movie Chats. Friday, October 6th A Vitagraph special "TOO MUCH BUSINESS" with a selected cast and aGoldwyn Sport Review. Saturday, October 7th Will Rogers and Lila Lee in "ONE GLORIOUS DAY" and Larry Semon in "THE RENT COLLECTOR." Sunday, October 8th Betty Compson in George Loane Tucker's "LADIES MUST LIVE Pathe News and Comedy "THE TRUTH JUGGLERS." Monday, October 9th Garreth Hughes in "LITTLE EVA ASCENDS" and "THE AD VENTURES OF TARZAN" No. 8 7 Tuesday, October 10th John Gilbert in "ARABIAN LOVE" and "THE FIGHTING TRAIL'' No. 14. Wednesday, October 11th Coleen Moore in Rupert Hughes Production "COME ON OVER" and Pathe News Coming, Friday, October 13th Allefi Holubar's Production "HURRICANE'S GAL" with a special cast headed by Dorothy Phillips, Wallace Beery as the villain. r SOCIETY HAPPENINGS Les Jeunes Femmes Mts. W. Alcocke entertained very delightfully at strictly a club affair Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Williams, when orchid cannas were used in reception hall and parlor and roses in the parlor where the tables, were placed for the game. Mrs. Browne won first prize, a set of handsome cut glass tumblers, and Mrs. J. H. Keyser, second, a manicure set of Parisian ivory. Miss Beth Williams assisted the gracious hostess in serving a de licious punch thruout the evening and brick cream and cake at the end of the game. —o— The Round Table Club Mrs. B. B. Breazeale scored Rome success as hostess at her in itial entertainment as member of the Round Table Club Thursday afternoon when that club enjoyed one of the most delightful of the' many delightful entertainments for which it has been notdd for years. Dahlias, roses and ferns were used for decoration thruout the house, and at tbe end of the ani mated game the first prize was awarded Mrs. M. Hyams, a hand some pottery flower basket; Mrs. Crain, second, a dainty handmade negligee, and Mrs. Keyser,. conso lation, a beautiful hand-embroid ered bridge set. A pretty conceit was carried out in the score cards, tiny "round tables," tbe clever work of tbe eldest daughter of the bouse, Mrs. Rivec, who with Mrs. J. C. De Blieux assisted in serving a deli cious luncheon of roast chicken, dressing, potato salad, peas in patti shells, pimol&s, bread and butter sandwiches, ice tea, pra lines, while tdainty little baskets filled with candies, for favors, adorned the boards. The guests who enjoyed the evening with the members were: Mmes. D. J. Hyams, Desire and D. W. Breazeale, Norris, E. Sud dath, Crain of Shreveport and Miss Carmen Breazeale. —o— A GoUeured Party One of the prettiest and most enjoyable parties of the season was the one given by Mrs. R. O. Hicks Monday afternoon, a week •go, when goldenrod was the flower scheme carried oat most attractively, this early autumnal flower in brown backets and bank ed on mantels* fireplaces and in every nook and corner making a brilliant contrast to the ivory and brown background of the suite of rooms where the tables were placed for the game. Vlargaret, the lovely little daughter of the house, distributed the tally cards, sprays of golden rod, the clever handiwork of Miss Irma Sompayrac, and with Mrs. Voiers, who kept score, assisted the hostess thruout the evening. Mrs. Henry won first prize, a handsome Jap work basket; Miss Carmen Breazeale, second, and Mrs. Norris, consolation, both of which were also Jap baskets of different shapes. The same flower scheme was carried out on the handsomely appointed luncheon boards on which was served chicken salad on lettuce hearts, pineapple with cheese and mayonnaise, saltines, ice tea, and the favors were dainty little yellow butterfly baskets filled with minis. The guests who enjoyed this lovely party were: Mmes. Norris, Winslow, L. Deßlieux, llunel, Chaplin, P., D. W. and C. L. Breazeale, Henry, F. Hyams, H. Hughes, Poleman, L'hérisson, Rusca, Alcocke, Bell, Misses Som payrac, Kile, Unter and C. Brea zeale. —o— The Bermuda Club Unusually beautiful and abund ant were tbe prize dahlias, zennias and ferns that decorated all the house Wednesday afternoon, when Mrs. Ed. (J. Prudhomme of Ber muda entertained her club and a few guests from town. Upon arriving, after a long dusty drive, she refreshed her guests with delicious iced nectar tit for the gods, made by her own capable hands from home-raised fruit. The game was interesting and resulted in Mrs. A Miller winning first prize, a pretty cut glass cream and sugar set; Mrs. M- Hyams, second, a cut glass flower basket with a potted fern, and Mrs. C. L. Breazeale, consolation, a handsome Jap sewing basket. Miss Julia Prudhomme assisted the gracious hostess in serving a delicious course luncheon of roast goose, dressing, jelly, potato salad, lettuce, stuffed mangoes, ice tea, conserved peaches with cream and layer cake, every item Cf this de lectable feast being home raised oxcept the flour, sugar, and tea. The guests who enjoyed this lovelv party with the members and were given bouquets of the prize dahlias as souvenirs of the occasion were Mmes; Lawton, Chaplin, Carr, E Prudhomme, M. Hyams, C> L. Breazeale, and Misses Carmen Breazeale and Elizabeth Lawton. Whatever you need or want in flat or odd pieces of silver, you can find in the neatest designs at -DeUJIRCDIS This Simmons Bed Outfit for $50 Delivered in Individual Cartons Complete with Mattress and Slumber King Spring This is an opportunity to own, use and enjoy a Complete Simmons Bed and Bedding Outfit at an exceptionally low price—an extra ordinary value of which there is only a limited supply. Our suggestion is that you come as early in the day as possible for your choice. Other wise the finish you want may be sold out. PEOPLES HARDWARE ft FURNITURE CO. THI TVïNCff£5T£R stör» Natchitoches, - - Louisiana SPRINGS & MATTRESSES Jßuilt for Sleep «MOOl'oF iuSIMtt!" SOULE COLLEGE. NEW ORLEANS, LA. YGU/f Should bo given the bent training H prepare them for amccet i in tmsinear Hiebest Courses. Best Vacuities. Pet sons! In at» action, Pres Employment Deportment, Complete College Bank CoUcsre Store and Wholesale Offices. H- misrepresentations to secure stu ds. *„ Through tbs success of V }4Ov0 former students. Soule Collet« is recognised everywhere as a Wide . * -ske.Practl':» 1 , Popular and Worths •wit.' ». ' äOVUSMM CLASSIFIED *1 Advertisements S WANTED—Experienced lady clerk foi our Keady-to-Wear department. None need apply who has not had two or three yeais' experience.—LIEBER'5 FOUND— Pair tortoise-shell rim bi focal spectacles. Owner can have same by applying to 116 St. Denis St. and paying for this notice. WANTED—Salesman for Natchi toches and vicinity. Commission con tract only, for spare time or full time. We will teach you to sell in come protection through our free school of instruction and help you build a profitable business.—Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Company, Ac cident lind Health Dept., Saginaw, Michigan. Capital $1,500,000. FOR RENT—My Natchitoches home known as the Walmsley house. Apply to J. H. Williams, or to me. MRS. C. C. CARROLL, tf 1224 4th St.. New Orleans, La Sheriff's Sale Peoples Bank Vs. Vanburen Freeman Uth D. U. 17108 By virtue of a writ of seizure and •ale issued in the above cause to m« directed and to that effect! I have seized and will offer for sale at public auction at the front door of the court house at 11 o'clock A. M. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1922 1 black mare mule named "Stella" 1 black mare mule named "Carrie" 1 mouse colored mule named "Tag"«; Terms of sale: Cash, for what they will bring without appraisement. J. W. PAYNE, Sheriff of Natchitoches Parish £6 T They ere » GOOD! BOND JLETTERHE Come to Us for —.-----------f ts W. £ Ö, •#***- * m FIRE ^ ou* proof ß A M K B*? AND BURGLAR PROOF V'•'///, /T iY These thick walls and heavy doors were built to protect your money. When you have some little extra money, you can spare, why not start a bank account with us? We will serve you well and can advise you cheerfully. 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