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ST. JOSEPH, - - LA.
,S, .CRIPTIOu ARLY 1.5
FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
The following notes of local in
terest were taken from Sunday's
A little James Hughes, Jr., is an
added happines to the lie of Mr. and
Mn. J. Hughes Arrigh.
In a recent issue of the Commercial
Appeal a picture of Mr. Wm. F. Dun
bar, a native of this city, and a notice of
his recent election to the Presidency of
the Fire Insurance Club of Memphis.
Mr. Dunbar is also Secretary and Treas
urer of the Fire Insurance Patrol, Secre
tary of the Insurance Exchange and Man
ager of the Saino Fire Door and Shutter
It is the hope of his many friends here
that his etrenuous fght against fire in
this world may secure for him immunity
in the next.
Funeral services over the body of W.
A. Petty, a farmer of the Waterproof,
(Ia.) neighborhood, who died Friday
afternoon, of pneumonia, after a brief
illness, was held at the grave yesterday
afternoon at the city cemetery. The ser
vice was conducted by Rev. H. B. Wat
kins, pastor of the Jefebron Street Meth
The deceased was the father of Mr.
Claude Petty, formerly a clerk in the
Adams drug store, in Main street, and
was popular among a wide circle of
friends and aequaintances.
The funeral was held from the M., H.
& L. train on its arrival yesterday after
noon from Waterproof.
G(en. T. W. Castleman, formerly of
Tenses parish, La., will enjoy the dis
tinction of being one of the linrt civilians
to pasu through the Panama Canal when
one of Uncle Sam's Men-of-War make
the initial trip next October.
General Castleman is well-known in
this section, having resided in Tenes
parish, la., for a number of years, going
latertoNew Orleans to side. Heis a
brother to Mr. R. L. Oastman of this
At present be is engaged in writing a
history of Louisiana's OCvil War Vter
The "Oak Ridge" place, thi county,
is to be converted into a stok and pol
try farm under the management of Stan
" ly 0. Otlemaa, owner of the place,
and T. J. GrOnenthal, a relative of the
Mr. Grunenthal arrived in Natches a
few days ago from Bisbee, Arison, where
he is interested a the "Big 4 Ranch"
and is to be joined by Stanley about Feb
"Oak Ridge" is located on Washing
ton road, about three miles from Nat
ches. It contains about 110 acres and
Mr. Gruaenthal sys it will mask an ad
mirabla farm. The place isto be nened
in lots to meet the requirements of the
Reader of threllgious press will be
interested in an announcmmnt which
has just been made by the Moody Bible
Institute in the columns of the Christian
Worker' Magasins. It states that the
Rev. R. B. (Sob) Jones,of Montgomery,
Ala., has become idetiled with the
Moody Bible Istitt as one of the eva
elis, working under the direeton of
it extaenon Department, and tat the
art meti m cudmead noder t th w
arrangeent will e hbld in Scrata,
Pa., where essrv, evangelle t mis
soes will be condOetd ln two sestom
of the city.
This action the part of tim Moody
Bidble Inatitute would lndimte that it is
reebicng out in its evangelitie madavors,
as Mr. Josis recsgninsd ams oneof the
leading evangelets of the South, and has
impeased himsel moet favorably also in
cities in the North whereb has lcond .t
Mr. Jons is till s yong man, but he
has won his way through hard work and
faithful training to a place of gs et prom
inence and meter umseoele in cbohureh
cireles throughout the South. He was
licensed to pmreah at the agof iften
years, and has held evangellntc -sed
in all th Guolf 8tWte, as a realt of
which more than thirty tIaoead people
have been remived into the ohurebes on
confesloioao faith. He h been ebse
to soeed Rev. Sam Jonams in the men
agement of the rseet tabeormede msti
which is hlddin r artesvlbe, O., each
year. Rev. L W. Munabal, of German
town, Ps., says: "In all my iong and
wide experience I know iof no one who
is being more honored of God as an
evangelist than Bob Jones. He is un
swervingly Ioyal to the Bible and the
standards of the historic faith, and has
qur"'atlonsm of a very hibghorder." Bev.
OGeo. E. OGulle, formerly pstor of the
First Church of August,, G,, will be
asociated with him as Biblrbacher and
speaker for extra mestinge.
Under the above eaption the Madison
(Tallulah) Journal of est leus eontlas
Although our perh is wide qopen, l
so far as t tmsale of spirituoos liqom ame
aoncaerned and thickly dotted with a
loons, stll we are conembated with the
fact that our jail bi ntey empty; not
one violator of the law; which spesa
looder than wore.
At the last term of crimiaO Court the
Grand Jury was in smaan only to
hours, sad th Petit Jury not all.
"Gilt Edge" our acould mot e i
proed, at twie its present oeL. Its the
prodet dof hiabe wads wheat e tbitned
with eful uad e~ip.. .e mlug.lm
N1egmr is b.t -.
Pronounced the Best
Mrs. John H. Chmbiuhs, of Natches, was awarded
the huadred dolar prize is thei Peck & Ford
Co.'s great eake contest, whch was oan to
the whole South and participated Is by thouatmis.
"GILT EDGE FLOUR"
We cosider tis an emphatic d itlctoa--First, to
her, for knowig how to make the cake, and them to
the Chaleston iUling Co. for knownlg how to make
the flour. "GILt EDGE" is the result of years of
persistent endeavor to spply the house- with
a perfectly pur and actory flour for cakes,
Spastries and biscults, and we do aot believe It can
be lanroved upon. It Is am bleached; bast the
creamy color, and deghhlly sweet fla
vor of the famous Missourl red nter wheat.
hw bhsist Upu livg Ohr "Gilt Eig Flru!"
GULLEY GROLERY COMPANY
St Joseph, - - La.
C. G. MAAS,
THE FURNITURE MAN
1112-17 Washington St. - VICKSBURG
1210-16 Front St. - MERIDIAN, MISS.
L. mst F~rU F ri tI State of 1i
FURNITURE SOLD AT FACTORY PRICES!
Double ce st chair at c vae ..............redced to 45c
SeM oak diners at $1.00 value ................reduced a 59c
S 0i Oak Arm Rockers, $2.80 value ........reduced to $ 1.75
Three Pece Set of Furmiture Oak, $26.00 value.. reduced to 19.90
Ire beds, 2 nch post, $10.00 va ............ reduced to 5.90
Number 7 Stoves, complete, value $11.00......reducced to 6.45
Number 8 Stoves, complete, vlue $12.00..... redced to 8.90
40 r of Mattl, 40 yards to the r........reduced to 4.55
-in CUMlE N Tn nCKSIlSN ME TUM MnE WITm . . EMS.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY.
Through Broiler Buffet
Sleeping Car Service
Little Rock New Orleans
vie M .oehe, Lake VMsage,
Talhuh mad Ferriday on the
sIh"aun Schedule North"-
8.45 P.M ..........ave Little Rock Arrive .....6 30 P M.
5.80 A.M........" Mehee . 216
6.56 . . Lake Village ... 1.10
9.38 " Tallulh " .....10 25A.M.
12.50 P.M......... " Ferridar " ..... ~. ,
9.0 " ........Arrive New Orleans Leave ........ 8.30 P.M.
I or re.ervaton or say .aforuatlo. _ se
or write *ect to F. MORRIS, Agent.
Assistat oonral Paosengr Aent
SIIal l uI 1 t.
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STIES V STlF 1I SOT
I Ti FM SIM If 1112
NO PASI rNo. BUNTING TIMBEB
o LO J 8I0nX ON U MNTNVO
Money to Lend.
oa IPsOED hEAL m ATs , s , on $
uIm aam. cam ingoto. loa . foI
ý,muýp.Li BD.GU N.
S- - -----...-, ,|mmnu t
Free Ldlss and Osts WM es, Rugs,
Braclets and Jewelry do Every De
Sriptio, Lace Curti s, Hemse Fur-m
M ss, Rifles, !Mov-g Picture Ma
CNes, Pritg Prsses, Feoutalu
Ps, Slates, IN fact masrly every.
you cam tik of yu cia get
Absolutely Free for selling our Beauti
ful Fancy Drawn and Satin Striped Hand- I
kerchiefs at 10c. each. They sell rapidly,
6 can generally be sold in each house.
Do.'t "ed s y measy, but write
us to send you a lot of Handkerchiefs to'
sell, that when sold you will end us the
money and get the premium selected.
Selling 24 handkerchiefs entitles you to
your choice of an Elegant Watch, 3 Gold
Laid Rings, Lace Curtains, etc. Write us
to-day, we trust you and take beck the
goods if you cannot sell them.
INOLA CO., (hicago, Ill.
pDuBuc NrOTcE Is bn,.y gv that
G_.I'_ _ " ,''asUoa. "BAD
TIMRB" PlaPtaniao. "'DIL OON, P.la
tatloe. ad *"*OUTlWOOD" Plasatloa, iL
aas Pars, a., am posted against huOt
tng .gad al brqaar. Violators will be
rorously prsaom d.
-UBBIBU TO TM G*AZ3'lT i
2 CAR LOADS
E. It. Haley, the well-knows mule
man, has ust received two car leads
of le, healthy, young Kentucky
mules, which he offers at close figures
The demand for males Is so great
that Mr. Heley's peas are rapidly
becoming empty, so al who coatem
plate buyig should see hima at once,
or all the mules ay eto sold.
ST. JOSEPH, LA.
BOOKS FOR SALE CHEAP.
2 sets Sir Walter Scott
I set Washington Irving
1 set William M. Thackery
A miscellaneous collection of books, in
cluding a number of law books.
All in good condition.
MRS. T. H. SNOIRiRASS,
Phone No. 66 St. Joseph, La.
Better Than Spanking,
Spanking will not cure children of wtet
ting the bed, because it is not a habit but
a dangerous disease. The C. H. Rowan I
Drug Co., Chicago, Illinois, have discov
ered a strictly harmless remedy for this
distressing disease and to make known
its merits they will send a 0Sc Package
securely wrapped and prepaid Absolute
ly Free to any reader of The Gazette.
This remedy also cures frequent desire to
urinate and inability to control urine
(luring the night or day in old or young.
The C. H. Rowan Drug Co. are an old
Reliable House, write them to-day for
the free medicine. Cure the afflicted
members of your family, then tell your
neighhnrs and friends about this remedy.
Notice to the Public.
"CYPRBs GROVE" is posted asinst all
HUNTING, FISHING, TRAPPI (, sad
SGENERAL TRESPASSING. INCLUDING
8. A. WINTERTON. Le ses.
pUBLIC NOTICE is hereby gives that the
SOSCEOLA" and ' BUCKBORN' plan
tations, in this parish, are posted agnst
HUNTERSBB and GENERAL TRESPASSING.
The public is warned against heating on
these properties and violators will be prose
cuted. J. T. WATSON, Crator.
THE GREAT AND ONLY
GENUINE "TRUE BLUE" PLOWS
Four different patterns for all soils, 20 sizes in
all. Complete line of repairs for all patterns and
sizes. For desirability and general excellence, noth
ing has ever been "just as good" as the old, reliable
True Blue. Sold in constantly increasing numbers
for forty years, by
Schwartz & Stewart,
- NA T6IHBZ, - - . MISS.
o We wish to convey our sincere apprecla.
tlon for every opportunity given to serve
our many trends, in the past, our CORDIAL
GOOD WISHES for the year to come, and
our HOPE that a HAPPY and PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR is in store for alL
I NATCHEZ DRUG CO.PEARL '
170 . . Phone - - 170
FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON!
We will furnish Two Dozen Records
and Prepay Express Charges on all or
ders for EDISON PHONOORAPHS.
We Also Carry a Complete Line of
Victor Phonographs and Records.
Our Line of House Furnishings is the Larg
est and Most Up-to-Date in the South!
WiBE IN OUR CITY DON'T FAIL TO CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCI.
a lagtE Mt of OWeaberI l r lass iau te Recors .at c I mw tee Isue at 1N ghe
E. J. BRADY FURNITURE CO.,
FiANKLIN STREET NATCHEZ, MISS.
VICKSBUI, - • • MISS.
wmewrI UATH tu o DAr.
WITm IATH 3.0, S.50 AND $4.A0
Rooms may be had without meala
at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 per day
H. n. HAMILTON
MOLES AND WARTS
Removed with MOLESOFF, without pain or
danger, no matter how large or how far raised
above the surface of the skin. And they will
never return and no trace or scar will be left.
MOLESOFF is applied directly to the MOLE or
WART, which entirely disappears in about six
days, killing the germ and leaving the skin
smooth and natural.
MOLESOFF is put up only in One Dollar bottles
Each bottle is forwarded postpaid on receipt of price, is n tly pe d
in a plain ease, accompanied by full directions, and contains eo rim
edy to remove eight or ten ordinary MOLES or WARTS. We ell MOLEB
OFF under a positive guarantee if it fails to remove your MOLE or WART,
we will promptly refund the dollar, Letters from personag we all know,
together with much valuable information, will be maied free upon requst
Gsam by tuilrt ~ Isribella C. WAtr the has
aI Drugs Act, Jumi t, mS. Serial s. 4ka.3
Please mention this paper Ferela Ditrblg Compa.y
when answering enelss, lReidl
Guns - Sporting Goods ,
ARIILTl RAL IMPUWN TS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
At the Lowest Market Price for Sale byr
LOUIS HOFFM AN
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Nt Mil'" Nu.. SOU0LE COLEGE.
MEW OLeEman LA
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To tih P i:
On the UsaNultti of Dr. I. M.
Rauck, I have located here to prac
tice Veterlary Medkae. Am a
gra-dete of tie Ccage Vaterisry
C0alae, mid ca prra o heroe ad
At the presst tdme my" elHke
wil be at A. H. Berestam's Seale
N Maim Street. Phase Ns. 881.
E. H. nBE, . s. C.
commnnonS in mr
OF ILL III.
Candia, Cake, Ice Cra.
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mid our service ir uexaclld.
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made ndeAr mh dao sad by asuoeft
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