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WEEKLY Published Every Thursday Morning Entered at the Post Office as Second Class Matter. Wire. Cammllle L. Breazeale Editor and Proprietor Subscription SI.50 Per Year Invariably in Advance. Communications are solicited, but we will not be held responsible for any views contained therein. Official Journal Parish of Natchitoches Parish School Board City of Natchitoches. Newspaper A Forum A weekly newspaper is the property ot the community in which it is published, and not au organ in which one or two men air their views. Everyone has or should have a kind of proprietary interest—a personal interest, for often it tells of things that vitally affect you. The big daily paper tells stories of affairs of national interest; but the main purpose of a weekly paper is to set forth the happenings in its immediate vicin ity. The community is as active and as good as the paper in most cases; and the paper is generally as alive and as good as the com munity which it serves. 15 Catholic Cemetery Association Notice to the members, atic? pecially those members who 1 not paid their 1922.dues. It is very essential that members pay their dues the two or three months in each y as then the Association will kn' exactly how much money can used to carry on the work. The too, the work can be started earlie? each year. Some people who have relatives buried in the cemetery think that if they keep their lots or enclos ures clean that they have done their part; they are mistaken, as the walks and grounds around the enclosures have to be cleaned, and this is partly where the Associa tion's expense is. Therefore, all members slipuld pay their dues and those who are not members should join the Association at once and pay their dues to Miss Alioe Kile, secretary. Paul A. Ducournau, President. , COLLECTIONS TO OCT. 23, 1922 Section 1: Mmes. Sam Aaron Piianor Breazeale, C. M. Gunning ham, Z. T. Gallion, Willie C. Jones, Eugenie Morrow, J. H Williams, M. Tujague, Miss Lise Metoyer, Messrs. Henry Hughes, Percy Prudhomme, Wm. Payne, Dr. J. S. Stephens, $3 00 each. Section 2: Mrs. Harriett Brea zeale, $1.00; C. Edgar Cloutier, $10.00; Misses Kile, $6 00; Mmes Amelia Johnson, J. Ailliaud Prud homme; E. L. McClung, Heloise Sompayrac. Misses Simmons, Adolph Simmons (heirs), Arthur Wat-son, $3.00 each; Mrs. John Rusca, $2.00; Mrs Delphine Prud homme, 50c. Section 3; Blanchard Heirs, Mrs. Alice DeBlieux, Miss K. L. Tricbel, R. O. Hicks, $3.00 each; Mrs. P. S- Prudhomme, $1.00. . Section 3: Mmes. Dave Cook, L. R. Ducournau, Estelle Plauohe, J. Alph. Prudhomme, Fannie Prudhomme, Sam Hill, Eddie Harkins, Giles Millspaugh, Ver non Seegar, $3.00 each; Mrs. Amanda Clark, $2.00; Mrs. B. F. Dranguet, $1.00; Miss Addie Tau zin, $2.00; Mrs. Jno. W. Wilkin son, $3.00; Mrs. Cammilla Brea zeale $25.00. Miss Aicr Kile, Treas. the That Natchitoches has bad an other one of her schools placed on the list of approved high schools and a second scheduled to reach that goal the beginning of next tern, is a matter of gratification in educational oircles in Natchi toches. High School Inspector C. F. Trudeau spent a couple of days here last week, in response to a request to visit the Readheimer and Flora schools, for the purpose of testing their qualifications and be found all the necessary require ments at the first, so be complied with the request unhesitatingly, •nd while conditions at Flora Were yeiy favorable, an eleventh grade was needed to bring it up to the standard, which was arranged for, being an easy natter with the fine organisation that -his already I to the fore. days ation day as on of go ed She of an addition The ing Oct. which served. at Mrs Miss lish pointed pourri. The Art School, partment be a jeare' of less worth terprise the work, er and reason The world of ican and a Morning Second Breazeale Year but for any NORMAL^NEWS The Natchitoches Indians, fifty Normal girls who took part in the Pageant at the State Fair on Thursday, performed the Baptis-, mal ceremony with Shenewis (the bird girl) as their princess. This part was most charmingly por Natchitoches Board the in au men has or for vitally paper national of the vicin active most com trayed by Miss Thelma Zelenka, who wilh Miss Gladys Breazeale chaperoned the crowd. The In dian maidens received the most enthusiastic cheer of the grand stand. A luncheon was given them by the Chamber of Com merce in the ball room of the Youree Hotel at one o'clock, sixty guests being present. —o— The Times-Glennwood Radio Station broadcasted the musical program given by the "Natchi toches Indians," which was re ceived at the State Fair Station and other points by many radio fans. The program was as fol lows: Chorus—Alma Mater Son£ Chorus—We'll Be Loyal to You, L. S. N„ Piano Solo—Alice Lee Swain. Vocal Solo—Mighty Like a Rose— Emma Adele Frere, accom panist, Alice Lee Swain. Chorus—March Down the Line College Yells—15 Rahs for Nor mal; 15 Rahs for W. G. A. U.; 15 Rahs for Shreveport. that done as the and are the their C. H Lise L. Miss Emma Adele Frere has been appointed as a fourth cheer leader. —o— President Keeney accompanied i i luwuiupau au j the Ruston team on Friday and made a most interesting talk at Assembly. —o— Mr. S. J. Sibljy spent several days ju New Orleans attending the Legion Convention*, - o— The Normal College Unit of the Louisiana State Teachers' Associ ation was organized on Wedues day wilh Mr. Alvin Good as president and Miss Bertha Haupt as secretary. Considerable work is being done on improvement of the Eist Campus, by leveling the grounds, grading the front and building an amphitheater for use in outdoor entertainments. , -o Miss Pearl Davies, a graduate of Brenau, Ga., and of the Chica go Musical College, has been add : ed to the department of Music She is a Louisianian, the daughter of Mr. J. Davies, for many years superintendent of the schools of Webster Parish. Miss Davies has an A. BIT degree and is a valuable addition to the School of Music. —o — The students of the Home Economics Department served luncheon in the Fine Arts Build ing at the State Fair the week of Oct. 21 28. Their object was to demonstrate the moderate cost at which excellent food may be served. Each is prepared to serve at ten cents. Miss Weeks and Mrs Miller accompanied the girls. —o— Prof. Horace D. Martin and Miss Florence Durrett of the Eng lish Department bave been ap pointed as faculty editors of Pot pourri. v is oil ous long ago ago, get the the tive to be The exhibition of the Domest.c Art department of the High School, on display at Kaffir's De partment Store, is one that would be a credit to a class of several jeare' training much less to one of less than six weeks. It is well worth going to see, and Tfie En terprise not only congratulates the young girls for their splendid work, bnt their painstaking teach er and the school, which has every reason to be proud as a whole. The largest newspaper in the world is to be found b a museum of France* although it is of Amer ican origin- It measures eight and a half by six fret 15 J(| Ca ( rC j fifty the on Baptis-, (the Hobart Bosworth in For Week Beginning ' TO-DAY THE S*EA This J LION" and Urbins Movie Ghats por In most grand given Com the sixty Radio re radio fol to a Line Nor U.; Friday, October 27th A selected cast in ''THE SONG OF LIFE" and Buster Keaton in "THE BLACKSMITH." Saturday, October 28th Jack Holt in "THE MAN UN CONQUERABLE ' and a Christie Comedy "ANY OLD PORT." Sunday, October 29th Seena Owen in a Cosmopolitan Production "BACK PAY" Pathe 25 ■ News and comedy "THE LAND ------------ * Q LUBBER." Monday, October 30th Garreth Hughes in "I CAN EX PLAIN" and "THE ADVEN TURES OF TARZAN" No 11. Tuesday, October 31st Alice Calhoun in "THE MATRI MONIAL WEB" and "CAPTAIN KIDD" No. 2. 1, of Wednesday, November 1st and the by \\ esley liarry in SCHOOL 1 10 DAYS" and Pathe School Benefit. News. High Coming, Thursday Nov. 2 id ( \BIRIA" featuring the Giant leiste. Coming, Friday, Nov. 3rd [THE ROSARY" with a .selected ist. "Father on His Vacation" has Reaching a public U6ed (o all the good and unusual features that go to make a modern offering ■eally worth while is not the easi est task imaginable »8 numerous managers will testify. However, in the latest musical comedy tri umph, "Father on His Vacation," which will be the attraction at the Amusu Theatre, November 9ih, ing for and ers, and 8 and to for and o' Mo» . . I i an enUreI / different entertainment will i al»»» ----ii:---I au j _ , and entirely unconventional lines will be offered. This play, which at the as : is iu three acts, is based on the internationally famous cartoons of George McManus, "Bringing up Father." Fun of the rampant, insinuating, infectious and pene trating sort; music that jitighs and haunts the ear; mirth that brings back the sunshine of exist ence and every other essential in gredient that makes amusementl one eterual joy and song Is ■» 11th mised. Surely one cannot expect more than this! within toches, to 23, a.id will door A. The melodious whistle of the oil mill is again in the land and is sweet music in -every sense of the word, as it sends forth a harmoni ous call to man and beast, after so th . e long a time, the first since the burning of the old mill some years str 'P — ' 1 South ago The Grand TïVnra il I soutn ago, ine Lrrand Ecore mill was i Section moved to the old site daring the ?«es summer and everythin? rushpH in I lsh r summer and everythin? rushed lo get- it ready for the opening of the season, which is now in full blast, and that neighborhood with the Compress, Farmers' Co-opera tive Gin, and Taylor's Wholesale, Plant is about the liveliest in this tor section of the country these days. Tokio The Pacific Ilichway is almost completed from the Canadian lit*e | to the Mexican border, and will j be intact in less than a year. * Now smoked by a million mm who love o superior cigarette cigarettes 15 for rC j PUBLIC SALE S*EA Re: Bank of Marthaville In Liquidation Ghats SONG in UN Pathe Pursuant to an order issued by the Judge of the 11th D. C., Parish of Natchitoches, in the above entitled cause, of date October 24, 1922, to me directed, and to that effect, I, C. J. Provost. Special Agent for the Ex aminer of State Banks, will sell, at the principal front door of the Court House in the City of Natchitoches, La., at the hour of 11 o'clock A. m. on Satur day, NOVEMBER 25, 1922 the following described property, being all the assets of the Bank ot Martha ville on hand, to-wit: I That certain lot of ground, being Lot No. 12 of Block No. 44, measuring 25 feet by 140 feet, as per original sur vey of the Town of Marthaville, La., fronting on South Main Street at the corner of Lula Street, with all build ings and improvements thereon, con sisting of "Bank Building," together with ALL fixtures in building, consist ■ niiu nuu HAiuies in uumiui^, consist ing of: 1 typewriter, 1 adding machine, * Q desks, chairs, tables, 1 iron safe, EX time lock, etc. II Lots 12, 13, 14. 15, and 16 and Lots 1, 2 and 3, less 40 feet off of east end of said lots i, 2 and 3, and all being located in Block 37 in the town of Mar thaville, La., and being the same prop erty acquired by Bunk of Marthaville from J. W. McGee. III Blocks 38 and 39 and also Lots 2 , 3 and 4 of block 43, with ali buildings and improvements thereon, situated in the town of Marthaville, La., as shown by the original survey of said town. IV of NEJ 4 , Section 25, 1 10 , VV, containing 40 acres more or less. High all that tri the with all buildings and improuements thereon. Ail mineral, oil and gas rights are subject to reservations corporated in previous transfers, V One bay horse, age 11 years, weigh ing 875 lbs. VI Unsecured note of Jerry Hammond for $290.00, with 8 per cent interest! and 19 per cent attorney fees, past due. Unsecured note of Clifton R. Sand ers, for $67.90, dated May 22, 1919, and due Dec. 1, 1919, with 8 per cent interest from date and 10 per cent at torney fees; payable to Bahk of Mar thaville. - Unsecured note of W. M. Lewis, dated February 28, 192), and duo Six months afterdate, for $120.00, bearing 8 per rent interest from Nov. 13, 1920, ; and 10 per cent attorney lees, payable , to the Bank of Marthaville. Judgment in favor of the Bank of j Marthaville against A. A. Hammond, ! for the sum of $32,709.46, with interest ! and attorney fees, dated the 12 !h day ■ o' November. 1921, and recorded in ' Clerk's Olfice in Book 133, Folio 230 ot i Mo» tgages. j Terms of Sale: Cash, for what it in I ieims oi cmie: i_asn, îcr wr will bring without appraisement. (-figned) C. J. PROVOST. Special Agent. Sheriff's Sale of up ■£$ 11th Judicial District Court wiinin and for the Parish of Natchitoches Slate of Louisiana.' Cause No. 16930, Back of Marthaville VS. E. Selby & Selby Supply Co. within and'for the Parish of Natchi , toches, in the State of Louisiana, and j to me directed, under date of October J 23, A. D 1922, in the above entitled j a.id numbered suit, I'have seized and will sell at public auction at the front j door of the Court House in the City of Natchitoches, at the hour of 11 o'clock i A. M. on j SATURDAY, NOV. 25. 1922 - th . e following described property, lo- j of SEJ* and EJ* of SWtf and a ! str 'P °f lautd 14 rods in depth off the 1 South end If the E>£ of NW% all in 9, R 10, containing 167 I soutn end $f the of NW'4. all in i Section 2, JT 9, R 10, containing 167 ?«es moretor | 3S s. situated in the par I lsh r °5 Û _ :. . r>--i tojisiuM. Puisement, tor w ho Qfakes daily Tokio Terms of Sale: Cash, subject to ap J. W. PAYNE, j Sheriff of Natchitoches Parish. La. • * f i Japan has her first woman avia flights over! | j ) ■' * Pay $25.00 at Least for a Dependable Wrist Watch i To pay less than twenty-five dollars for a , woman's gold filled wrist watch is to possess a timepiece of uncertain merit, in which you can but take doubtful pride. If a watch this small is to be a dependable time- keeper, its delicately adjusted pinions, springs and gears must he the products of the soundest craftsmanship—a craftsmanship not encountered among the very low priced watches. -* The beautiful, moderately priced Gruen Wrist Watch pictured here is a product of thé finest >! ( watchmaking of today. It is a sturdy, practical timekeeper, and ornament of distinction, a watch designed to gratify the mosc exacting taste. Beforé purchasing a watch come in and take a look at our exquisite line. j R. DeVARGAS Natchitoches, La. h is and the of me J. Ex the at sur La., the con Constable's Sale I. Raphiel vs. C. D. Keator 4th Justice Court By virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa. issued in the above case, I have seised and will sell at public auction in front of the bank building in Campti, at 11 o'clock SATURDAY, NOV. 11 , 1922 One Ford Touring Car. Terms of Sale: Cash, subject to ap praisement. F. G. GALLASPY, Constable, Ward 4. The sacred fire in a Bucldlfist temple in Siam, the oldest man-lit! fire in the world, has been burn-j ing constantly for more than 500! years. j ! Lots end ! _ 3 in CLASSIFIED Advertisements FOR RENT—A large well furnished room with all modern conveniences, suitable for one or two gentlemen. Phone 233. ! FOR SALE — Best roller canaries, j singers, $'.00, up; female, $3.00 to 1 $5.00. Guaranteed or money refunded, i—Mrs. A. E. LESTAGE, 323 Lister ! St , Shreveport. La Oct. 12, 3t, j ■ I ' l ; i ; ! t ; , j ! ! ■ ' i j FOR SALE—One typewriter, will sell cheap or trade for milk cow.—A. A. FREDRICK. FOR SALE OR RENT — Modern dwelling in course of construction withtn 309 feet of entrance to Normal in- j School. Living room, two bedrooms, I dining room, kitchen, bath, sleeping j porch, electric lights, screened. Ready j in 30 days. Terms of sale to suit pur ! chaser. Applv to A. E. EWING. ! 10 26, 4t. 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Gude's Pepto-Mangan has worked this magic for thousands— it will do the same for you. Take --- 1 -.- 1 —-.u -L. II health and strength improve. Ÿour druggist has it—Squid or tablets, as you prefer. Gude's Pepto-^anfan Tonic and Blood Enrichcr issued and front of at 11 to ap 4. Bucldlfist 1 man-lit! burn-j 500! OUR PURPOSE furnished canaries, to refunded, Lister will cow.—A. Modern Normal sleeping Ready pur It is our purpose to handle any business entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal manner as to make the customer's re lation with this bank satisfactory and profitable. Aide from the excellent facilities afforded, this bank has the advantage of a large Capital and Surplus. The Peoples Bank of J^iatcbif aches, La | T'X/'RE l B1£AD FVLL WEIGHT GOOD SERVICE, Obis is oar "Pledge fa fhe Tab lie We guarantee that we stand guard over the health of everybody we serve. Make bread out of the best flour in a most sanitary plant. 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