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The Tcnsas Gazette.
ST. JOSEPH,- - - LA.
S (,l6 CRIPTIt% 1F "AI.ti 15
S ini AIEt ...-. eDI I r.
HIEDAY, NSTATEDER 21O RDIANC.
THE STATE DEBT ORDINANCE.
The (n nttit tiot t l t ivexiti n
has finally ill pted the r oriina:o1 ce
providing for th- refllndinIg of thel
state debt. The irdinanne provides
for the isonn. if f : Ilong-terti, fifty
one year I 1-2 pr cent serial and,.
an I aleis a hIart -term . per cent
hond oIf not innre than five year'
dtnration to he intld in :ase t the eli
tire inune of serial kinl' cannot he
negotiated by .Janunary I, wheni theº
State debt fallt n ue. The orrdin:iniie
Cset aside 1 :-20 mills of the State
tax tol he ulei for payvnnent if in -
ti-rest and inituirinig the to-il. but
provides tlhat this tixelt tax meat t
he part of the G inills to whichi State
ta:xationl io limited. Froit the Pic
avannn we learn tIat "It id 1 t he
hankers, lawyers, :tt:aries andl
iiaithematicians that have workedl
,lit this mneasnure, ht oil experts have
Iw-en here (Baton IRouge) from NewI
Y rk, ('incinnati, ('hicago and other
places amn have analyzed andl dis
0 sected the ordinance, all of whom
pronouince it waterproof and fully
abile tostand any test. Undler its in
viting provi'ions, it is now predicted
that the Iing tern o kn] isse a will
hbe sold at aronund 97 1-2 or 98, and
that it will not he necessary to ne
gotiate the short term honds.
THE LOUISIANA CONVENTION.
There will be held at New O)rleans
on November 29th, a conven'tion to
he known as the ILouisiana uconven- I
tion which will consider thie pet iti oOi
ing of (ingress for the early enact
nient of the Ransldell Humphrety ill
for comnpleting the levee system.
The convention will he held in
der the auspicies of the New ( rleans I
Board of Trade andt will be made iup
of reprosentatives of Louisiana cities,
caimmercial organizations, Levee
Boards, Policie Juries and all others
interesteld. Invitations have been
issued by the President of the Board
of Trade to the various hodies enu
merated to send delegates to the coii)
venrtion and it is hoped and helieved
that a large and representative con
vention will he the result.
The Gazette has had occasion here
tofore to comment on the Ransdell
Htunphreys hill and to give it un
qualified approval and endorsement.
The hill is a practical propositiion
to solve the problem of flood protec
tion from the Mississippi river. It
appropriates $45,000,(11 for levees
and $l.5,()0,000 for hank pro)tectio In
to be expended in next tive years; all
the surveys. estimates, and data re
quired to intelligently begin at once
andI comnplete the work conternmplated
by the bill have already been nuade
by the engineers and the passage of
the bill means simply that the mon
ey to complete the levee system in
five years will he immediately avail
We, therefore, cirdially and en
thusiastically welcome the conven -
tion and trust that not only will our
levee board, our towns and our po
lice juries appoint delegates, hut
that those who are honored with
such appointments will attend the
convention and make it a great sue
PRIMARY IN FIRST WIA.
The election in the First Ward
for a member of the Police Jury,
held on last Tuesday, resulted in
the choice of .Mr. Earl Grace for
KThe candidates were .Mr. Grace
and Mr. Martiniere, the Gazette be
ing misinformed in its statememut in
last week's issue that Mr. Wade
Newell would be a candidate. The
result was 20 votes for id r. Grace
and 4 votes for Mr. Martiniere. The
new member from the first ward i
a very popular young man and will
prove a valuable member of the Par
ish Legislature. The Gazette tenit
ers him congratulations.
A surveying party, traveling hi
buat, was in St. Joseph and this vi
cinity for sine days this week andl
the hltter part of last week. This
survey is being nmdtll undler the au
thority of the .Mississippi River ('om
mission and will ('liver the river fron
Cairo to to he ( lf. t1wing to mans
changes in the chanitel, banks ani I
levees si oct the i nigi nal ('ion inissi n
5yrve3y was made, many year- ag i -
the present survey has ecinw new
essary. The engineers anit empliiyea-'
making up the party nuilulsred Mi iii
seventy or more.
The Director of C'ensus gives thtl
foll wing figures of cotton ginned in
Tensas parish up to No'vember 1st,
of this year as compared with thy
amount ginned last year up to the
same date: Bales ginned this year:
1779; Bales ginned last year: 2905 ,
These figures do not give any in
dication -as to the final results of thi'
crop as omnpared with that of last I
year because the picking of cotton I
has been so niuch delayed this year
hy the had weather which prevailed
from the beginning of the picking
season up to the last few weeks.
However, the figures do show that
the crop of 1913 will li a record I
breaker in the way of the smallest 1
yield this parish has ever known
Salvador Baragoina him in'iented in a
haaduomne new Buick car.
BEVERICCE ON TIE SOUTU.
\\V' etract froir, the Picayune of
las Int MIotni:1 an eloquent passage.
-fro in the sp-ih male ii New Or
han, I, : t ",atual: ,i h B ie'
to \ll brt .1 . 1 ýeritIdW , of lwliiani.
n-ho :1<liri-'eie' a large audience in
tha city in the ienteret of the Hull
SM ,te ,r l'riogresiive' party.
\(r. Hleo-'rihige i onie iof the aIilest
ant greatest orato)rs in the country
but we d1t hi if hiS eliiquence se veti
to, ii ake rita nvy ctnn'ertý ti the i ew
paIrty frith whil.h he has allied hAin1
elf 'heri ry'y iine a time % len
the siliility of the Nitithi pilitieallv.
will ht' iroiken tip :lti we are not
prepared tii say that, if the negro
t ouil l»" eliminattedl as a voter,
two -trnirg partiie in every Southern
tat mighi t rnot 1a procliivce (if
iT tt r pilitioa1 coinlitions than now
ex itTt. } itt Steetiis to us that tlie
itime has not i'it arrived when we
cau afford , t:take :ny chances on
tt,, ,iurinallt negro, vote being awak
Itt ene to take ''art, erhaps) to hold
tlith balance ~f 1e'iwer. in elections in
Which the white- aie irriayet' against
each other in warring caitips.
e The passage referred to was as
i"tll hw r i l l tle -tar of tli empire
iighti noii i to tk ift i ay. y The Ifuture le
iong- to tit, r-ith if tihe men of the Srouth
.r Mill only hatei it ro. 'itithern farm htland
iii under your rare climate, can yield monre
fir tit' ti-)Hung ati clothing of the wirlil
m than any like acrege )i In earth, anIi thi.'
lv ftrtil- t l, - ,II i give onily a part tof the
- italth they are teant to give. Southern
1 tiuitie ire a- rich in iron, coal and other
titliterals aý any on the glotie. and these
t, i oi iiii't t f titet ti te are ast yet a t i -t
iii tottI uched I. ~in therrn " tier power is great
. cr ithan that oif New England or til'e Far
\irtitutrst, anti most of it runi tirtiar
tne.-eil to Ithe ea. nSouthern tinmtb'r eiti utls
the slr itupag' of that of Rnusia and the
ireater part rf iti still unused.t
-Cei place of tte 'srIIuth oni the mnap of
rns the wNl ~titgghit to make it the heart of
in tl\nii and civtu ilizaty n. Thit greatier t
ito y t iin i ,If a tertt t -fi fll the gi iw totl hers
nt- itot. a lirti' oiy rut-n tki 6 twhilch pefitt
11 I -th hii tirolte to tifit v art outlet in our
"t southern enilt Tlhi- t.1t. laud-prctectwd
ni if i- it i t etrii il i-r tt i rf, g ving tohe
Iith ni . t.ad li .utflr tes + Bich, ha t acawi,
It w ail istr- Till Tiit' tt o whic i n bta c ranal
n- ,Ien- the eomtnwrce tit mankind to the
's' ti'tat more than" to anyrt other single partt
of the republic From Norfolk, Va., to
ti (alttetton. T'ex., tle sounth has a chain
If -,'port', OM- 1), (rest of which is better
than the IN's Germnan seaport and the
'r of t itcii arti as gouto at- ithsIte of Eilng
r "itarni the people of the South are as
yet of almost pire dect'ent fromi the first
ii' uint-rica stick. Theirs is a tighin g htloot
n_- 1 uich counts no co(it when standing for
w lihat they believe ik right. Theirs is :t
l- i for lthat idealism whichl makes proi
t- erity northl while and whichi alone tan
iave the prienti-day craze for rtmoney get
Sting froti rfotting the heart of the nation.
11 theirs, ftt, i' anr aptitude for statesman
ship and a gift for pirhlic thinking cott
rig lowit froimn foirefathes wihote work in
t ( wading tit- republic iN orn of the price
it h- tradition" of the .itwrican people.
"The south ha" only tl take Iwr right
I til plac in tihe makeip of ti' eiantry to
it itt up. her vast and ntexhaustetl
'iF teit? Southeri iner antdt WomI ft'i are
it t part of tthe hoiniogenetis wople; the
all -iinthertn tate' are a part of a singtle tti
Ihl c untry; Southeniinter t-antd tei'
riti ol ~ a tina t iiti r ai indivisible atnd
Ice united natiin. The South needa only to
e l 1 whIatait thiie facts cIrirnsel hier to f in
l irilt'r to iad Amterican advance.,'
STATEMENT OF FIRST NATCNEZ BANK. 1
\We publish below the statement
itof the affairs of the First Nat
ht -hez BHank, made tip by the account
:nt employed by the Receivers of
he defunct institutitin. The state
-- ....1. - - 1 ._i_.... .., . i.. t
tritut wthivet not throw much light on
tif lt' 5h subject anti leaves riepositors a~s
thi nih ifi the dark as to what di vi
herltls they may expect as thwy were
hle efi the stateieit (arite itut. The
it tttftint priises us to tile, at
in tarly tate, a retailer stalement,
;tnt after thnat is' none, and the
i'haracter of Itle collateral held as
rd sectirity for the loans anti diseittnts
'Y, is iathe puihlii', stime dehiinite idea
tin if the Bank's citniitirin and what
iri theposittirs will get will 'te had. -
i ii' ait Discitunits $ 1, 7T-97-4i4
iiitokt ad ind"----.. ..... - -4,T1.1
in eal 'itat'-----------------..---73,:Ri'O.8tt
di 1)-tibtfol Loxanr- & IDircortits 5t,8&%)44
hi' liiikiig iton'st, Furniture
tut 1' -turt"s........ - . 30 0(tt.0
ill i - ----------- 1o:
. 11l HEAITLTIEN :r
ii n'ri ralt't- - - - - -.. <4 7fj51.t9
au ingt I r its----....... ---.---.- 0,7i6 . 31 -
hi( erticate'-s of 1)eputs * 1-13,1.23
-i- lier'"s thecks i2.i 'i-i
i- ertitiet ('luck"---------- ----2fttt,
iii liil' Payable------------5. 43,000.00
us I Tue Other Batk" ------ ----1. Ti 21
0- I ripaitd Iit-iteni - -- ------,6$8. Ats
nTital Ilattilifia e - $1 ,S$3ilt1 . 7 1. Cur
Itt - --- ---- Rat
'o RECAPITULATION. - Ora
iii Total Assets---.------.-.. .$2,160,504.36 Fig:
ii. Total Liabilities -.... 1,887.361.93 i Bra
Surplus of Assets ov-er Bra
' Liablitties -... . 73,142.43 Lri
I I have taken the agency for the The Cry
he Standard Oil Co. of Louisiana and have Cra
i tap ttn ior Prine ann alli Widtth a
i oers of thttie -t"'air f iator cti tt ill. P
r: iionitordlii and Percy Swaiti have rent-nt
Sly puraed tart frot Mr. lorrit.iey iif Vicks- K
ol brg. the Steamuers Ben ittir tonl Fall Mai
I" City which boats art' running iii the tradt' Ph
i tbetween Vickshburg an d rteniville. The -
m boats will continue in that trae an t it Ti
Ir I reported that Cant- Preri sill ha-e I
i charge te line of boats betwtn'' Vicks
ig burg and ireenrville and ('apt. WVildrt of NR
~- the line between Vicksburg and Natethez. ER T
tt ------ INtG
ijRapid progress is making on the iatot
t Ingfiel-Ducpondlevee just below I
tonadthe contractors httpe to "4
finish the iwork, weather perntitting,YO
HE snail of the farm is the plow,
the slow~est of all hield implcrments.
in F low all day with two horses and at
1night ou have turned only two and
= - I
.f ore-iaif acres. An exrt says the
Swo r k of the plow takes more power th an allrm
the factories of the world. isut the plowfarm
tractor has changed all that. The horse plows
an acre the slowest $f alltr or 45 cents. Those
are government statistics. The horse is tired
in a short all day witof six hours; an I HC tractor
,-will run twent v-four hours. It will pull at
th once plow, harrow, and seeder, doing all in
d one swift operation. That'sur only a glimpse of
ýr one-half acres An expc rt says the
thework of the plw tssis mlire tieer than all
stI H C Oil Tractors the farm
Theiractor hause mehansed all trfit. Their great valueows
lies in acrthei fr n5; u , thei tor for 5 cints. fworkse
are governmecnt statistics. T~he horse is tired t.
,.,"in a short day of sixu holurs; an 11-1 C tractor
w· ~ ill run twecnty·-four hours. It will pull at 11
tland their dependabilrro ty in doing that work at
Soreasne ft cot. In all kindt's of belt and draw-g
barthe possibilities rk, pulling field machines, hauling,
i threshing, etc., I C Tractors are best.
er Their simple, p owerfui eine defies trouble.
of Transmission and gearing are carefully pro
Slitected from dtheirt and grit. Notheir dangerousr sparks
,t and thannoying soot and smoke. Economica i doi that work at
in fuel consmuipt ion, and fuel conveniently
r reasonabledco. Inof wheeinds prevent anddracuttingw
ºr- bar work, pulling fie~ld miachines, h- uling,
iin threshing, etc., I H C tractors are bestmade
in sizes for all lainms, of (-12, 7-15, 10-20, 12-25,
15-30, 25-45, and 30-bio-horse power. I H C
i general pursile, pose enrifies of all sizes, run all
sorts of small achies about the farmfully pro-d.
o See the from C local dealer. et his spadvicerks
1·tand annoying soot and smioke. Economiical
,.in fuel consumlptio~n, and fuel conveniently
tnr andd. h is catalogues, or, write direct to the
elin swamnpy groiund.. I Hi C; tractors are made
hein size~s forr all farms,, of t,-13, 7-15, 10-20, 12-2'5,
to 15-3;0, 25-45, anld 30-c,(,-horse powe~r.IHC
Ire general purpose eneiiltes, of all sizes, run all
Nrt I sorts of small rriachinic~s about the fa~rm yard.
to IISee the I H C local deale~r. (yet his advice Bi
ter and his catalogues, or, write direct to the
i International Harvester Company of America
as New Orleans La.
it- At night when the children gather around
of the sitting-room table studying their lessons for
e-the next day, the telephone often rings. A little
°n neighbor a mile down the road wvants help froth
his school-ma1ts.C~hidren naswll nsogroawn-u
aI alabl it is ?
ea FARMER' /IEDPR MN
!i, I t
11.Helps With the Lessons
it- At night w~hen the children gather around
of the sitting-room table stu~dying their lessons for
bthe nelt da, the telephone often rings. A little
on neig~hbor a mlile dow~n the road W~ants help froml I
his school-miates. Children as wlell as grown-ups i
get pleasure and profit fromn the farm telep~hone.
Do !·ou know how little this service costs and how i
ait valutable it is? i
he See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or
as write for our free boo~kle~t. A postal will do.
eat FARMQERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
and Telegraph Company
00 123 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GA.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
.00 Atmore's Mince Meat (in pails) $1.00
- Buffalo, 1 Ib. packages l. . Oc
.93 Currants, 1 lb. packages 15c
Raisins, 1 lb. packages 15c
Citron, per poundpound 25.
Orange Peel, per pound 25c
Dates, per pound 15c
36 Figs, 3 package 25c
93 1Brazil Nuts . . 25c
- Brazil Nuts, per pound 25c
3 Linglish Walnuts, per pound 25c
Almonds, per pound . . 25c
Ory's Belmont Syrup, per gal 00c
Crystal Domino Sugar, 2 lb. box 25c
he Crystal Domino Sugar, 5 lb. box 50c
ve Cranberries, per quart . 15c
&a Fresh Markerel, each. loc
y. Home-ground Meal, not jolted
but free from husks and with
,1, agenuinecorn-meal flavorper
ill peck (12 pound).... 30c
nt BAKER & SON,
.al Mail Orders .. P. O. Box No. 196
de Phone Orders . ...... ... No 29
2 Trespass Notice.
ksN OTIC(E IS HEREBRY fIVEN that ht.
oI "GL.AHMTONE -r RE .t %lONT PROP
ERTY, uear Likr- Lruen, in th r Thi) wanrl
lZ ;of Tensas Parihb. i. 44t tdr .Laintfl H N 1'
ING AND GENERA I'RESPIASSIN(4. VIo
hlators will be pro4ecuted.
1e 2I. L. ýMITH 1.
to' "Oit Edge Shoe Dressing" makes!
you look nice out side. (lit Edge Flour
Sinake.s you feel good inside. We can
do both obs for you.-Gulley (iro, Co.
I.Iln:I n Itrutht'r., tbh* t'r itnienI t leee
wtrawt a. 1:i e f"inii t tirk t ii work at
'.n Inp - b in., l n II s lMif t fu I t fjtim
tinrn thi- "ek
fl i, nl ý! In, - rtanit woerk was hewun
`,le =-r I. lianm i s In October :l it andl
e ntaeinale -ani, IIn,IwM vanis duel thlt It
uiikn -- tilti lhih tit-, irk waii iint.' t
I \ rý en t.,b to tine tra tur . It
c '- I0 is th~ Ithe that thi- Ihci wo"" ii ui sh h a"
1c l - n-- mucirh tnxitety in the last- tw Is
1, \\il' t- iti l fll 1 nfra nttr at the
_I 1':' ._,, 71 I.II ek 111,",' r, t,1 Ii ':in lIN Iran i, ,
It itt in front .Ii t r It- .ii sst re. I
TI tI Iti ltl4 , ei t f S t. Jtptipl atini -
i inH ty "il ! a I r i niinil tthe ale of good
tlhunti to Iai ' lit- iettrtlneftedi by the l.adies
\iý! - e lets ,If thlt Inion ('hunch and it,
111 wI n the las n ef Mrs B. F. Itonney I
n i t I 1 t \ te tiI ilay it eiine, w hen it eil
tilt.11 fil Y Thank-gii'iug tintier, ill
I t i. a;y ir niii olitis ti swe' its, will Ile of
ft lrit I " t ale at iii' if rate l r ricit and will t
all rI it 'ea i .eviing ft li the latlir+ in the
. pret atsa n I ,If their Thatk-tiving ieinnerl
I I*, pri rxv-1- reslniting Irom tis tll ale wil I II I
li ii 'I4-4)1 l to l the repair and re-pairtitlg t
Ifit' wI 1i1n hirrh, which ii very iunch a
ni leet of bvtb. a
TIE NATIONAL GAE LAW.
Regulations for the Protection of MI
All wild gees . wild swans, brant, wild
hliks, -nipe, plover, woodcock, rail,
o Id pigei'n-, and all other migratury
alrne and ilnsettiviorout birds which in
their northern and southern migratin's
pa:s tIhrougLh r do not remain periia
nently the entire year within the borders
ofi any State or Territory. shall hereaflter
he lt('lienedl to Ie within the custody of
the I'nitetd tatt-.
For the purp 'swe of the regulations
the foll' wint - hall he iinsideredl migra
tory gane birds:
'.1ttetrf, i, in'lucling braut, wild ducks,
evese anil 'wasti.
('role-, inthloinlg little brown, sawl
hill and ii iiioping .'rotes.
iails, including couts, rcallinules and
ors ,r other rails.
' hore birds. ineludin;; avocets, eurleows.
I towitche!r- ': i~ditl. knots. oy-ter catcht'
irs, pitlare'v-, plover, sandpipers, slpe.
l'iiteitns, iniluding d lves and ailed pig
Fir the plilrpise if thew rethiit 'ns
the f4o)Io ing sall 1N" considered uovera
tary insettitorn't bird
holaoliniks. atlirdls, ilickialees, ciik
fl, ficker', tiycatlchers. grostleaks, niar
tins, lunning birdts, king'h-ts. eneadt %
larks, night- hat' ks or bull bats, aut
hatches, r lhin-, vri hes, so all'w' , shril.
s-oifts, tanitgitir-. Citutiice, thrul e", warb
lers, vireis, tuIn wings, wrhippoorttwll,
i.0adl ekers anl wrens.
A daily ci sed season on all migratory
gaite and insectivorius hirds shall extend
truti sunset to Ilrirse'.
A\ cilo el -a-sinn an migratoiry insectiv
ie- lird- hall u-i.untite t~ l)eceimibier
.l, 191:1" a, ] ca ctin year there'tfter s!,:ll
N",in lhumary I and corntiue' to lIe
\ t'1 ''t ( ,I uu _ -lu l ,'~ntinue uFntil
'Plt 'uber I. ~l-is, oh tile- tllowinig mi
!r t r _a t,* ILiral-: hau. l-tailred piges n-.
htlle -_. 'lbill alti l' h ping craine-.
j =.tatr, c wtoil all -i-. ' irds ext pt
"he black-breasted and . Len plat er,
XWilson or .-lack -niil-. iviiilcock andl tlhe
:reater aii lei-er 't'illiw lees.
lIIThe cilsed r.t-tn in !.ouisiiana for utt
t aerý I -Ihall Ibe I-two'ti-i FebruIIary I andi
The , Iil-ei Iia- 'n, in lI nisiana, fir
rails. cnruoe it i gilk s shll c II ht' betweentl
FL Iltr y I auni N.. . i lher 1'.
]'he -i I 'as' 't i llack-brea'teil
It 'i ,, , ' -e' it it is unlawful,
H tO I t.L ant ganii or inseit
! I : ,m -nnowt aril sunri-t";
. ," kil! aity tV es tivcr'iu. bird, as de
! .1th . :!t :atu :inw.
SMALL PBX AND DIPIITHERIA.
T'in- is- I - :1':- t of thtew diseiises
nS w thlin fornierly, tweantie eterybodly
k8 ,\\- - t y can Ise pret'eiteil, one by
ito.-inatiion, the other with antitoxin.
1-tn ani keep from Iliaing colds, grippe,
lbrv nclitis, pnenmnonia, catarrl, typhoidl
f,-,r. rli.irniatisim, and other dangerous
coil- weatlr ailmeints, if you put your
ys~'ttiimiit a proper healthy condlhtoit
vei r 'i·t dlisete.
I hoill 4 tlijie EnIIDaloni helps the hotly
priultie utihtiantseq which prevent the
lriv whli of ilieanse iserins in/ the blowl,
III" putting the systemn into a wealthy
l..nditiin ii resis*t diwase. It will help
vini t'.et sell and strmng if you have any
iot tihi' :iiwii'i' diseaPes, or other dliseamser.
It is try goodt for children just at tlis
·'sieiu .tf the year--to make thetn healthy
anl -tr rong to succepefully resist oilil
1l'uere'- direct benefit to you in every
iingredlii'tnt it. Itex:ll Olive Oil Enaulsion. iC
'T'lhe foIitr flp iphir-spliites It contains are
tsi'it by leading physicians everywlere in
.leliility, wi'akcnea-l and liability to diieas,
ti -atrettgtlh the' ijerve. Pmurt Olive (ill,
____ ,ii of the' i '51 lititritious, nmist'aslly.
Ilgyeteil fiiods known, hbern takeii witii
thi 'iiyp. pltisphtiteia, gives 'rich tissue
lIt ee atrismlltient through the hblood to the
k at entire syttTlim.
frv in Yiit wliii are weak aInti run-down. anil
i-un who are apparently well now, but
lible to sijter friiiii v'ari. ins cold weather
aibnentl . wIealOiyOlQaso
tie o utan k erp cell and strong, For the
t vli t I iti-t, rutowli lit I, norvnIs, onaclaltli
It or Ih hiitltatis-tlw Iii' ('hlv ctnili-i'itg----graiw
it' 1 hiitll re'un--aga'al wlsilale"-it is a seiasi
iii bla i t . veiew."l strinthiIt bi'tter spirit-.
I. xall liie till luilsin-king 04 the
lie iii hr itei II'x:iil li'iniwdiea.--i. fur ire,'
nI, ton troti *ii'kies- if you iiui your faiii
si. ilit-. *leasant-t aitiiig, c'ottiainting IoI al
lier' i ii air Itt ineaulili drugs, tiot'tl Ii' is I
I the ethitlusiastii' abunt it as twe are whlen you
hate noitii its -trlntiiheniiing, inii igorat
Iing huililing- 11, I iws-i''-pret enti og ci
hart I ''i-t If it hin's illt telp yin, y our om.n
Nd n-~ q will Is' given trick I. y- - at itlo ut sir
Iis' slur store-The he xall '.itori- tire of more
tll'itl 7t,%) leastui iln druig -'t res in tIe'
l'itutedl "tates, I 'ai1'nla atlrl inat Blritaii.
-"'t. Jias-pli trigt 4. i, t.4 .hisaph, La
adirr Now's the time to go to driving.
we have just received a car of nall,
all sizes; also a large quantlty of all
uluey kingds of barb wire.--Uulley Gro. Co.
5111- - - -- --
all Rev 1. IHenr', upon request i. his
Sof- irotha'r, Ret'. .J. M.IlHetry~ihats cn*seijed
tiill ti illt 5ain lpphuiniiiteit 4- r thlie In ':*r In
Sthe NcA i )rleant 11n :D't-eellr 7 (fir-t 5un
ienrs lay) whlich is his regular apoiniittiwa'!
btiog ttiat date will leill sert-tiv at N. .hias'ih
ouch at Iligilt on Sunilay, 0thI November, and\
at Sewellton on the morningqot that day.
THE MALLERY GROCERY CO
ty"THE PURE FOOD STORE"
S Here is Where You Get Quality and Full Weight
Combined With Reasonable Prices!
Mrs. King's I Fruit Cake (with crystalizsed fruit) ... ..... 50c Ib
Imported French Mackerel in white wine sauce ..... 50c can
Imported German Mustard in Steins 35cesch
Impoirted Sultana Raisins .. 20c lb
Sunbeam Braind Seeded Raisins ............. ...... 15Sc lb
Sunbeam Brand Currants ............. . ...... ........ 15Sc lb
Fancy O(ilac'e Citron . . . . .. . . . 20c Ib
Fancy Olac'e Orange and Lemon Peel ........... ... 20c lb
Fancy Mixed Nuts--all new .......... . ..... .... .... LS25c lb
New Shelled Almonds . 65c Ib
New Shelled Pecans.. ..........SSc Ib
(ierman Style Dill Pickles 50c gal
Large sour Pickles .. 50c gal
sweet Pickles in bulk 1.00 tal
New howe's Late keeping Cranberries 15c........... 1S qt
I arge Queen Olives in bulk . 20c pint-- 1.50 gal
Pulled Figs in wood boxes, very fine............... ....25c box
2 MALLERY GROCERY 10.
LONG DISTANCE 'PHONE 388-434
Natchez, - - Miss.
Agents for MOWERS
I 60 t IIy E\:1 . -K6 ---w6)
I . 1a nEi ,.nI inT RAKES
1 I It 1:\ . lr ' . \\,' I I T I E S
~II I, _ BALE
i .KkfIT . I `! rNVl
II aur Ii- TWINE
RLOUIS HOFFMAN HARDWARE ll
"THEIf1. .AE SOSLE COICEEAT
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS."
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Should be sien thebesttralaiagtoes.
pare them for success in buslasea.
YOUR ersonal Instructios. FreeSape
'r ment Department. Complete Col
Bank. College Store and
No mlarepresentatios to seasse an
dents. Through the s c ceas of it
51 22000 former stadents. soeie ft
1I is reeosiased everywhere a a
Aw ake . Practical. Pop ular llsa o le
uso ·owsta at eogir
W, HWHEN IN VICKSBURO STOP AT
THE HOTEL WASHINGTON
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
CENTRALLY LOCATED -- : - EUROPEAN PLAN
. N. FARRAR e T. W. RICHARDSON,
M. BEDFORD PrIopieto Ci ChIe ..:
1----- DON'T FAIL TO
RING No. 4
3y """" WHEN YOU GET READY TO """""
SELL YOUR SEE]DI
, OUR PRICE WILL INTEREST YOU
c" I'"' Hulls and M eal "l 'oweat.
aiiJ ERJalS CASH
TENSAS COTTON OIL & MFG. CO.
Haere's a mesage of 8 words
d 10,000 men will act on it!
Buy a Stein'IBloch
Smart Blue Serge Suit
$25. 0 0
Twtenty-five dollars will tl'us I
I solve your clothes problem. The
I j same degree of sernlce-value
nIII would mean at least-- *
r- at the custom tailor's--and mi
st nus Stein-Block style.
re Many fancy patterns, if you
6 prefer them
ULLMAN & CO.
"Good Clothe. Since 1878"
Main St. - Natchez, Miss.