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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 dome by using a good furnlture food.
g.Ia POLIUS APPLUEB WIT AN 3-CDRM PI MiP FHIS THE BILL
We can furnish you both and wll be glad to emostrate them to you
WE ALSO NVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF PAINTS AND VMIIS.
TE REXA.LL STORE St. Joseph Drug Co., Ltd.
Natchez Auto & Supply Co.
We make a specialty of handling the following popular makes:
LIBERTY BRUSH, $350, BRUSH RUNABOUT and NYBERO
We have a most thorough and complete outfit, including vulcan
izing plant and repair shop. Storage afforded cam by day, week or
month. We have 3ne of the finest equipped garages in the State Th
and by reason of our improved equipment we are in position to g
render autonlbile owner. unsurpassed service. Free air for inflating
tir~ We also handle oils and all automobile accessories and parts.
804W-06 MAIN STREET.
NATCHEZ, :: ' :-: MISS.
r OUR LINE OF Miess
TO 111 man
JAMES & GRAHAM WAGON
IS THE ONE FOR YOU TO BUY. eve,
I Styles and all Sizes in Stock.
WRITE FOR CATALOG. last
lee Richardson & Co.,
HARDWARE IMPUMENTS r
C. O. WILUS, Preeldet.
WILLIS-MOORE CO. ,
LIBERL A YANCE DIS . CO I1MEiNTS.
Why don't you too use
money, time and labor by
I Ply, good for 5 years--S1.50
2 Ply, good for 10 years-- 1.75
3 Ply, good for 15 years-- 2.00
Special Discoumt to Contractors and Dealers -
THE GENERAL ROOFING MFO. CO.,
Schwartz & Stewart,
JNAT6HB' Z, a a a a MISS.
Ym -- Wumhmd W inr ie. qrSI'.l. .
. v cami tmpa wmm
AS s001 AS ANY . .. rm TImn MAN
SUGAR CANE TABLE SYRUP
THE REAL THING
G. W. ORY & CO.,
Shipments Direct from Factory by Rail or River.
The Gazette is in receipt of the follow
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Browne
announce the marriage of
Mr. Benjamin Young Newell
on Monday, October the seventh
nineteen hundred and twelve
at eleven of the clock
First Methodist Church
The many friends of this popular young g
couple are extending them sincerest good
wishes for a long and happy wedded life.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and o
Mrs. C. C. Browne, of Yazoo county, S
Miss., and grand-daughter of Mr. B. F. B
Bonney, of St. Joseph, and has lived in
Tensas parish the greater part of her life,
where she is universally beloved by a
large circle of friends for her strong char
acter, her sweet disposition and true wo
manly worth. The man who has won her
is indeed fortunate.
Mr. Newell, the groom, is a native of
Tensas parish, and the scion of a long
and honored line that has ever been prom
inent in the affairs ot this parish and its
growth and development. Attentive to
business, energetic and resolute of pur
pose he has "made good" in whatever
he has undertaken and possesses the con- HI
fidence of all with whom he has busi
In common with their hosts of friends
the Gazette extends to Mr. and Mrs.
Newell earnest good wishes and sincere
ly trusts their patway through life may ý
ever be lighted by the sunshine of hap
piness, the shadows falling elsewhere.
Mr. German Baker is visiting his aunt, that
Mrs. Gillum, in Arkansas. and
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mangum, of Red Ios
Leaf, Ark., were visitordto "Villa Clara" cott
Mr. R. J. Martin, of Speer, Illinois, is
visiting his cousin, Mr. Adam Andrson,
Mr. and Mrs. F. McC. Hopkins and
little son were visitors to At. Joseph Wed
nesday and took in the show. N
Mrs. Charles McMurdo and children, T
of New Orleans, are visiting her brother
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Buckner,
Jr., in St. Joseph.
Mrs. C. E. Hunt has returned to her P
home at Mer Rouge, La., after a pleas- Par
ant visit to relatives at Vidalia and in sill
this town and parish. y I
Mr. Dan Morris was a visitor to St. -
Joseph this week and was warmly wel
comed by his many friends, who were
glad to see him looking so well.
Miss Katie Clark, who has been visit
ing at sundry points in North Mississip
pi, for some time, has gone to Kentucky
where she will be the guest of relatives
at Louisville and elsewhere in the "Blue
Mr. A. M. Smith, manager of the St.
Joseph Drug Co., made a trip to Little
Rock this week to sel t his Xmas stock.
Mr. Smith states that be made unusually
good selection and will have as fine a line
of Xmas novelties to offer the trade this
season as our people might wish to see. inl
A fishing party from St. Joseph spent to
several days last week out at Cooter Point t
Club House and had a most delightful
time. Composing the party were: Mr.
and Mrs. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Buckner,
Mr. and Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. Davidson,
Mrs. Oscar Levy, Mrs. Hornsby, Miss
Davidson, and Messrs. Gully, Ashford, a
Hughes and F. H. Curry.
Cranberries, raisins, citron, currants, ht
at Baker's. Phone No. 29. vi
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case at
of Chills & Fever; and if taken then as a
tonic the Fever will not return. Price 25e
ST. JOSEPH FRUIT STORE
SHOBIAKER SHOP "
JOE LICATA, Prop.
FRUIT AID VEGETABLES $
Always as Hand asd Always Fresh
--= -= er Mem.am Ladles-----
1-2 Rubber Heel ..... .. 4... . 0c
Full Rubber Heel...... ..... t
lepeIrk Ift Dmse
I .LL IuLlS - ST . JOSP, La.
(Oppealse Drug Store)
* l Exe O ttG' si s knebb lives that
P' LL WOOD" I5MSlII in Tnlama
Ish is HUNTING IqSH
IMo wDP VPo
This is a strictly high
grade paint, for $1.85
per gallon. It is thor
oughly honest, and has
stood the test of years
on the Southern market.
Let Us Mail You
a Color Card.
i. FOGGO DIXON,
WALL PAPER - OILS
PAINTS - GLASS
P. O. Box No. 233
Natchez, - Miss.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
COTTON D PEAS u
I wish to notify the general public t
that I amu. prepared to pay highest mar- fri
ket price for COTT()N SEED, COTTON pr
and PEAS in any quantity on the Rail D
Road or River. I have plenty of empty
cotton seed sacks on hand to let out at
reasonable prices. di
C. R. DARDEN, At. in
Trespass Notice. W
NO TRESPASSING, HUNTING TIMBER
CUTTING OR FISHING ON o,,,MERSON
AND LOCHLAND PLANTATIONS. VIOLA- as
TORS WILL BE PROSECUTED.
S. MARKS. Iii
Trespass Notice. r
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that ti
SUFRANIKLIN" Plantation. in Tensas
Parish, La. is posted against hunting net
an ll trespassing. Violators wll be rigorou f
HOWARD COLE CO.
ONE COLUMBIA UIGGY d
One 4-wheel Colmbla Brg- j(
ute ai good repair. O ered 0
at bargain. Apply to Olzette
k.- --~. -
Quimby Notes. e
Mrs. Borodofsky, who has been suffer
e. ing from an attack of chills, is now able
t to be un and about. Her friends are glad
at to see her out again. 1
lul Mrs. Butler, who has been indisposed t
Ir. for some time, is much improved.
Mrs. S. E. Knowles and daughter, Misa
, Jimmie, and grand-daughter, little Miss
i Sarah Ellen Shanks, have returned from
rd a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Wm. H.
Burns, at Talla Bena, La.
Mrs. H. C. Chaves, of Memphis, who
has been quite sick for some time, is now
visiting her friend, Mrs. Wm. H. Burns,
at Talla Bena. La.
Mrs. B. E. Knowles and little daugh
Ster, Madeline, are visiting her sister, Mrs.
Tomkins, at Greenville, Mir.
Masters Purnell and Carter Knowles
I were out several days last week, hunting
on Tensas, but reported they aw only
one deer and it was a pet, but the d-e-s-r
wasn't so easy to pet.
Mrs. Loper has returned home after a
meet delightful visit to Mrs. Ellis, on
Mr. Barnett was a busines visitor here
I WISH to notify the general public
V that I have returned to St. Joseph from
a visit to my daughter in Muskogee,
Oklahoma, and Ihave re-opened my house
Sand am prepared to accommodate the
c transient ipublic to meals and room, as
well as all local boarders who care to take
their meals with me regularly, prommising
the best service obtainable in the market.
(Mus.) CELESTE BUCKINGHAM.
ST. IOsPHn, - - LA.
that Okie--Court House.
5a- All busiass given close personal at
ALL F THE NEW SOFT STYLES
Stiff ad Hats Vdurs
TAILORED SUITS $13.50 UP
Thos. J. Reed& Co.
"IIInrs AN soYSY wraR"
406 MAIN STREET
'"TRADE IN NATCouEZ"
THE FIRST SHOlING OF
STYLES OF STNFF AN SIFT
FOR THE FALL SEASH OF 1112
It again becomes our pleasure to
chronicle the success of another of
our young Tensas ladies, who in a
strange land has made home and
friends, and won encomiums of
1 praise. In the recent fair held at
I Dodson, in Wynn parish, Miss Mary
Bell Murdock, an artist of excep
tional talent, who had placed on
display specimens of her oil paint
ings, was -awarded first premium
for the best collection and also first
premium for the best specimens of
work shown. This is quite a com
pliment, of which the young lady
N and her family might well be proud,
as many other exhibits inthe same
line of art were of unusual merit
- and attracted exceptional notice
a from many who may be considered
connoisseurs in this dainty and cul
t tivated branch of that elevating pro
Mr. Marshall P. Robertson, so
well known and universally es
teemed in this parish, was a visitor
to St. Joseph this week.
Mr. Robertson, who for so many
years was a member of the State
Board of Engineers and assigned to
duty in this District, but who has
not been a member of the Board for
four years, has just been reappoit
ed by Governor Hall.
We congratulate both the Gover
nor and the people on the selection,
for Mr. Roberteon is one of the best
informed engineers in the State and
enjoye the oonfidence of the people
of this, the Fifth Levee District,
where he has beep assigned to duty.
SThe Fifth Levee District has re
lieved the Government of the repair
Sto Kempe levee, caused by the slide
which occurred to that embankment
Sduring the recent high water, and
Swhich caused our people so much
m alarm, and has placed Contractor
. Keller with a number of teams on
the work, which is already inaug
S ORDINANCE No. 64.
An Ordinance Levying an Advs
lorem Tax of 5 Mills on the
Dollar on all Taxable Property
SWithin the Corporate Limits of
ing the Town of St. Joseph, for
1 General Purposes, for the Year
Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
a Board of Aldermen of the Town of
St. Joseph, That an advolorem tax
of 5 mill on the dollar be and the
Ssame is hereby semesed for the year
1912 on all taxable property within
Sthe corporate limits of the Town of
St. Joseph, for general purposes.
Adopted October 1st, 1912.
W. M. DAvrDeoN, Mayor.
n Josiah P. Scott, Acting Clerk.
e It. amR 1t
.NA TCHE , * - MISS.l
We lk.m to notify our Tenams friend
that we mae econdnotina a very nsel
pponted easfe Mand restaurant ut op
psite the Corinna Hotel, to whieb
theya i invitd when in oar
Aet. iL di sermm ved from 12
to s. e . Ee-ry thing els
served at our ountmr pnae.e
I'o A III WILl UlMU
Terminal Oil Mill Co.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Always in the Market for Cottonseed
at Hi hest Prices.
ADDiUss- I. L QUARLES, Mar.
614 HNNsL mOL. I7EW ORLEANS, LA.
",,, .'TsI .OUT, SO ,LE COLLEGE.
IkIOOL OF BM1NE88L"
NwEW ORLEANs, LL
YOU , smut Depatwrtmt. C omlet
: .cous.. or
eo -L-errtles to seeas Mt*.
dents.tl Thfro n the eaeees 9f it
2000ooo mer mtuas wule
Aak ,ractles, |I l r ai E el
tom0·.#10 cat rUsI
e.sou.zA a mows.
ROBIN BRAND PU JUIC OF IHoIS
Sweet a soar siE Ptldie
P hee Chowf a Oft Piloes
Pineapples Queer.m Suli Olfe
snmWE mIsnT CRISCO
Shrimp Red Pepper
BUFFALO BRAND con
ISTUIAIWES STEi 0W Bmin ID MUCOi
Grated Pineapple in AL U 1AS RlES.
BAKER & SON
PHONE No. 29
Dn AND THE NEW MIXED EIGUSH COLORS
,ous i a werlL ,AWs ou PoMrY ArNrrswe
M. M. ULLMAN & co.,
NATICU, Mns .
roT I 81 Wl #!
Protect yourself from
I vy loss from Charbon
lyaviln¢ you stock vac
cintesl now. "The scourge
as a rule, makes its ap
pearance during or follow
ing an overflow. We car
Srthe virus in pellet or
'dr li e a4 emr 0ame o1 amases
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