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THIS IS THE DUSTY SEASON!
Now is the time to take care of your hard wood floors.
This can best be done by using a good furniture food.
I.CEDAR POLISH APPUED WITI A O-CEDAR POLIS MOP FILLS THE DILL
We can furnish you both and will be glad to demonstrate them to you
WE ALSO NAVE A COMPLETE STOCK IF PAINTS ANN VAINSI.
THE REXALL STORE St. Joseph Drug Co., Ltd.
Natchez Autu & Supply Co.
We make a specialty of handling the following popular makese:
LIBERTY BRUSH, $330, BRUSH RUNABOUT and NYBERO
We have a most thorough and complete outfit, including vulcan
izing plant and repair shop. Storage afforded cars by day, week or H
montI . We have )ne of the finest equipped garages in the State
and by reason of our improved equipment we are in a position to
r.nder automobile owners unsurpassed service. Free air for inflating fr
tinr. W. also handle oils and all automobile accessories and parts. ti
804-806 MAIN STREET.
NATCHEZ, :-: :-: MISS. I
OUR LINE OF T
JAMES & GRAHAM WAGON H
IS THE ONE FOR YOU TO BUY. h
All Styles and all Sizes in Stock.
WRITE FOR CATALOG.
Lee Richardson & Co.,
VICKSBURG, . .. MISS.
C. O. WILLIS, Presnidet.
Coton Faoclors anfi Commission Merchoals.
VICKSBURG, MISS. I
Whfy don't you too use
a e mtral-e wi
-others are saving
.money, time and labor by
I Ply, good for 5 years--$1.50
2 Ply, good :or 10 years-- 1.75
3 Ply, good for 15 years-- 2.00
Special Discount to Contractors and Dealers -
THE GENERAL ROOFING MFO. CO.,
Schwartz & Stewart,
N7ITeHBZ, - - - - MISS.
hdTmCui CerI~Ihim a~iroU~i Wadl~rdin.Wu
SUGAR CANE TABLE SYRUP
THE REAL THING
G. W. ORY & CO.,
Shint Direct from Facty I Rail or River.
larkis On at StL lnqb uih ssiqr.
Presenting a show that was excellent
rom the first overture of the orchestra
ill the curtin dropped the last time, Capt.
W. R. Markle's new show boat, the
,olden Rod, pleased a large audience
There were several fine acts, the ani
nal circus performing some very unique
,tunts, and showing excellent training.
In the latter part of the show was a
:roupe of expert bicycle riders, some
:ight wire artists of high renown and a
oncluding farce entitled "Little Miss
Kut-up," the choruses being well sung.
The whole show drew forth many rounds
>f applause from the enthusiastic audi
Mrs. Joseph Curry is visiting in New
Mr. and Mrs. A. Batcliff and little
Bonds, Jr., spent Friday on Lake St.
Friends of Mrs. James Curry are de
lighted to see her out again after her long
and painful illness.
Miss Brunette Lewis is visiting Mrs.
B. F. Bonney, and is most cordially wel
comed by her hosts of friends.
Rev. Mr. Johnson will conduct ser
vices at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at
St. Joseph and at 8 o'clock at Newellton.
Miss Mal Scott has returned to her
home at Clarkedale, Miss., after a de
lightful visit to her sister, Mrs. G. H.
Mr. T. E. Grace, of "Richland," k,
leaves this week for St. Joseph, Michi- as
gan, where he and Mos. Grace will spend R
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of the Belmont sugar can table
syrup, manufactured by G. W. Ory &
Co., Lobdell, La. This company is com
posed of Mr. G. W. Ory, well known in
Tenses, and our esteemed fellow parish
ioneer, Mr. S. D. Watson, and the char
acter of the syrup manufactured is es
pecially fine, pure and of delicious flavor. -
Orders for syrup in any quantity will re
ceive prompt and careful attention.
Mr. Dan Searles, the popular repre-F
sentative of the well-known Vicksburg u
clothing house of Warner & Searles Co., I
was a visitor to St. Joseph and Tenses
parish this week and as usual booked'a
good bunch of orders. Mr. Searles has
requested us to state, however, that due
to the absence from town of so many of
his customers this week, he has conclud
ed to return again next week, when he
hopes to serve all old friends whom he
did not have the pleasure to see this
time, and as meny new ones as may fa
vor him with their orders for fall and
The many friendsof Mr. Jas. W. Kline
who has been so ill at the Losey House,
in St. Joseph, were delighted to see him
up this week. Mr. Kline suffered a so
vere attack of malaria-haemaglobimuria,
and his condition was so serious as to
arouse gravest alarm. He was attended A
by Dr. H. S. Trice, who was capably as
sisted in the sick-room by Miss Shepard,
a trained nurse of Natchez, who is a
graduate of the Shreveport Charity Hos- I
pital. Miss Shepard was relieved when J
off duty by Nora Bush, the popular col
ored nurse who is attached to the local
manitariuml q4 Drs. Lilly & Trice, and the
attending physician gives due praise to s
the careful nursing the patient received
as contributing largely to his recovery.
ST. JOSEPH FRUIT STORBE
JOE LICATA, Prop.
FRUIT AID VEGETABLES
Aways a Had and Always Fresh
apwnel Unmukw usl lsrv
- For Me ad Ladies
1-2 Rubber Heel.................40c
Full Rubber Heel................50e
Whid lo lat.
IBLL IW1IG - ST. 50a , IL
(Oppit Drug Store)
DIu c a hereby s ea that
U "HOLLY WOOD" a TeasL
Pariah Is4 W E PTING. FIN
1Kx AxoD G3NU~ LTAPA8SIN&. Vie
Am4p ete eU asse san .
This is a strictly high
grade paint, for $1.85
per gallon. It is thor
oughy honest, and has
stood the test of years
on the Southern market.
Let Us Mal You
a CWr Cl.
I. FOGGO DIXON,
WALL PAPER - OILS
PAINTS - GLASS
P. O. Sox N.. 233
Natchez, - Miss.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
COTTON N PEAS n
I wish to notify the general public
that I n preped to p hghest mar- j
ket price for COST!ON SEED, COTrON
andPEAS in any qantity on the Rail
Road or 'River. I have plenty of empty inl
cotton seed sacks on handto let out at
C. R. DARDEN, Ast. Ai
N CUr1o0c O HIesOrI iatieon
AND IO)CLAND PLANTATIONS. VIOLA
TORS WILL Ba PROSCiUTUD.
Trespass Notice. S
"LFRA OLLIN" herebynt give that
Parish, La is posted aganlst hunting aud 19
OWARD CoL Tc00. St
ONE CUUMBIA BCY
One 4-wheel Celumal Bfag
y, I, od repdr. Offered
at karg.s. Apply to Osette
Reaalnag Ia the St. Joseph Post o08e for
week eadlag October 4, 112.
IAlexander, Nellie Jonson, Octavia
Croegrove, C. W. Porter, Willie
Cruel, Richard Richarda,Mandy
Carter, Sam'l. Stroter, John
Geretnleber Smith, Eddie
Ellis, Dufny Thorde Malis -
Jones, Major Thompln, Mattie
Tbompkian, M. O.
Perses elR forthe above letters will
please 6y "97" Ade rise aal_¶erte
r ear by prrpigq c ee aOs r .
LLiW nL M U I.
Itslt dl Tuesias PdiYn.
1st ward-Dnwki t Elder 8; lg
2, Wade 6.
2nd ward-l-t preiant--Dawkins 8,
Elder 18; Bridgles 1, Wadse 25.
2nd wardt-2nd precijnc--Dawkin 0,
Elder 7; BridgeO 0, Wade 7.
3rd war--Dawkins 8, Elder 61;
Bridges 34, Wade 35.
4th ward-Dawinin 1, Elder 4; Bridges
1, Wade 4.
5th ward-Dwkins 0, Elder 7, Bridges
0, Wade 7.
6th ward-DNwkins 14,' Elder 42,
Bridges 28, Wade 28.
7th ward-Da-Irkins 7, Elder 2; Bridges
8, Wade 1.
Total-Dawkins 40, Elder 147; Bridges
74, Wade 113.
Reports from the District indicate Mr.
Elder's electiona by neartly 1000 majority,
and Mr. Bridges election by about 300.
I WISH to the general piblic
thabt b hreatrned rbt. Joepb from
a viit to my daughter ia Mmee,
Oklaboma, and have re-opeed my home
and a pem ed to -asou odt the
traleat e aht to meals ad room, as
well m al loal bordenr who aere to take
s their ueh with me uguhrly, -MmU
Sthe bemt snve obtskalmli 1. thimea'~.
e- (Nm.) OUlBTWE BUCKINGOHAM.
b4 ItV4rM 1m wlme p.
"mCOM to sATc= I
AI IF n mE IKSI STYLES
Stiff ad Iats Vslmu
MLOO sumrs $O UP
Thos. . Reed&Co.
"*ll'ne ANsD OTSr WUIta
40 MAIN STRU.
"TRADE IN MATCMU"
TIE FIIST SHM
STYLES S STIFF II SET
F TE FALL SEASU IF 1112
John K. Giglio left Monday for Co
rona, California, where he will live with
Mrs. Joseph Licata, of Natches, has
joined her husband at St. Joseph, who
has entered bsiness in the Newell build
ORDINANCE No. 64.
An Ordinance Levying an Adva
lorem Tax of 6 Mills on the
Dollar on all Taxable Property
Within the Corporate Limits of
the Town of St. Joseph, for
General Purposes, for the Year
Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
Board of Aldermen of the Town- of _
St. Joseph, That an advolorem tax
of 5 mills on the dollar be and the
same is hereby assessed for the year
1912 on all taxable property within
the corporate limits of the Town-of
St. Joseph, for general purposes.
Adopted October 1st, 1912.
W. M. DAvisoxN, Mayor.
Josiah P. Scott, Acting Clerk.
NATCHEZ, - MISS.
oe .eee oe.e 1en.
We wish to notify our Teness friends
that we are conducting a very niacely
appolnted cafe and resturant last op
posit the Corinna Hotel, to which
they are peciv invited when in our
ciy. Rednr dinerared from 12
to 3. 5eec. Evry thing else
served at our counter prices.
Ir I L W CL II IltlTU.
TONELY & WHITNL
"I was Crippied,
culd hardly walk
and had to Crawl
down stairs at times om my bhands
andknees. My doctortold me I
had snacuteattackd inflammaty
rhermatium. I was in the hospital
for weeks, but was scarcely able to
walk when I lef it. I read abst
Dr. Mils' Norvih
bo t bott ad began tos t
better from the start, and lkr the
Upat six monthsI have had scarcely
any pain d am able to walk as
well as ever." J.H. SANDuru,
P. O. bi 5, lockaway, N. J.
Few medicines arme of sy a enit
hr rbheumatisnm, butm Mr. Sanders
SteDsb plainly what Dr. Miles' Rte
sterative Nersinem did for it. One
Sonce of asCylgte dof sod added to
eas botde l )ervine makes an ax
celtar samedr hr rheumatism,
!, which isnow tpowa to be a erv
ems disease ass thereore subject to
the iPnl ace ofd a mediacine tt acta
thOugh the Iarves, as does
Dr. is' Nrvihe
.ap 5*. from rhaamatum seldom
, sBi to Lad relief in the use of
O0agsde am gom e assagIsse
Ir Mas'Nevme. wit as InDclae
Buy the Mower
Uniform tilt, float
Iog frame, and other .
that make easietr work
The WALTER A. WOOD
never forces you to "hang up" in thick grass-every
bit of power in the team is exerted on the cutter-bar.
Side draft is reduced to a minimum because the guards
are shaped right and a balancing spring device carries
cutter-bar's weight on
We ale andxos to prove
every claim by any test you
auggest. We leb to aswer
ROANuEAND EJUC OF 10ao3
Swat a Ser GirIhl Pls
Pecless Cwt-choV I OUs Pltcle
Plmeppls gees Qsa au S OlUr
tms amrE CRISCO
sue."p ea"l Pepper
BUFFALS ID co
SaElEm U NlR-IIm 8g
sshn aeesls as a
oe -Mel Puseppi. Al ALVAU RML
BAKER & SON
PHONE No. 29
NEW FALL STElIiWi HATS . ~
We Can Please Youln Any Style aMet Yeu Want
Pearls, Greys, Browns, Blues,
AND THE NEW MIXED ENGLIUSH COLORS
VOIt Ol 0 WIL M VE 0@1t Pt AYTUTUIr
M. M. ULLMAN & CO.,
Protect yourself from
heavy loss from Charbon
by having you stock vac
clted now. The scourge,
IJ as a rule, makes its ap
perance during or follow
ing sn overflow. We car
ry the virus in pellet or
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