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SPro . O FFIOIAL PAPS OF THE PARH OF 0OOORDIA TOWN OFVIDALIA, BCHOOL BOARD. AND FIFTH LOUIIANA ILVEE DISTRCT. iWO D
V VVIDALI, CONCORDIA PAISH, LA.. SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 199 NO.
Vo]5 Y II mdI M onroe.--Seven new churches u11
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Headquarters for Concor
dia people while in Natchez.
CAEE and GRILL ROOM
open day and night. Both
are popular in price.
L T. Clark, Jr., Mgr
Automobile Tireso the
We ar agents for the Michelin Tires and Tubes, and carry a full satck3
t all times. The Michelin is as good a tire as money can buy. It not
only contains the very best of rubber and fabric, but so much more of Noe
eah of them that it weighs from 12 to 15 per cent heavier than the poste
average non-skid. ather
Our prices on non-skid Michelin Tires and Michelin Red Ring Shaped ors
Tubs are listed below: Oct
1n3 .0 19.0 .....................
...3.o . ..................4..0N
94.60 .o............................. ,
A1z4 37.00 .......... . .... ........ 5.25
__ 3..... ......... ................
3ad 241 ............................ 5.60
8W 5g :....................... 5.70.
.mtw w tan 4dded to anl o the above prices.
aIW w t the Oer and an. Lexington Autmobies, and can
f ,d p~Ureloua dan alu work suarsateed. We
M Im g bar agains itn umed cars.
orriday Automobile Co.
~~i IWAI.LOmIUANA II
A u t o o b il 4, r," , or nam
!.WSE HOUSEKEEPER j
ofBaig Fresh Groceries
goods dadiy, and our prices are
o vttrhtwa as you will find anywhere.
not alreadya customrrer of our store,
us a chance to convince you.
U LAUNDRY Y
Notice is hereby given, that Oflwe
pie's Island, opposite Ferriday, in the I
Mississippi River, is posted againstI
hunting, ftising and otherwise tre-.
passing, and all violators will be prom
cuted to the full extent of the law.
Oct. 18. A. H. CHAMHERS.
H SHOE REPAIRING
Seed Your Ses By Parce Post
SRaymond AUire r.si
NATGCN 2 , MISS.
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Notice is hereby given, that Elkhorn
and Weecama Plantation, in Concordla
Parish. La., are posted against hunt.
Ing, shooting, fishing, or fence cutting,
cr in any other manner trespassing
thereon. Violators will be prosecuted
to the full extent of the law.
F. D. BROWN.
Vidalia, La., Sept. 18th, 1919.
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TRESPASS NOTICE. FR
Notice is hereby given., that Pittl
field Plantation, in Concordia Parish.
La., is posted against hunting, shoot
Ing, or in any way trespassing thereon.
VioJlators will be prosecuted to the full
extent of the law.
W. W. DIX, Manager.
Vidalia, La., Oct. 10, 1919. ly.
Notice is hereby given, that the Take
SWhite Hall Plantation, in Concordia A'
Parish, La.. is posted against hunting,
shooting, fishing, pecan gathering, or
In any manner trespassing thereon.
Violators will be prosecuted to the full
|xtent of the law. .
WHITE HALL PLANTATION. oent
= Vidalia, La., Oct. 4th, 1918. compl
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TRESPASS NOTICE. New
Notice is hereby given, that Vauclrne o an
Plantation, in Concordia Parish. La., is Fate
posted against hunting, shooting, fish
Ing, or in any manner trespassing tiune
thereon. Violators will be prosecuted tional
to the full extent of the law. Les
R. P. SCHIELE. ter b
Vidalia, La., March 24, 1919. , asn
ý--- -- bond.
POSTED. the p
Notice is hereby given, that Latte. r
|more and Arnaudlia Plantations are
posted against hunting, fishing and all inte 1
other manner of trespassing. Viola- t
Sors of this will be prosecuted to the abel
thill extent.of the law. No exceptions. rush
Oct. 18. A. H. GILLESPIE. howe
that will save hav
oumany a do prop
you if you fail to "
read carefully mo
advertising of 1
local merchants a
Always at Your p
amed As thefblbl doi
* mAo? str
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be asIe tol
Wiesdw Cards de
Tae W ineW
- CCa Cae
eal Techase of
Sh ed I a
LitUOR INTERESTS oued
WIN OURT FIGHT Monroe
BEER AND WHISKEY AGAIN ARE as pre:
FREELY SOLD OVER NEW
ORLEANS BARS. Wirt
INJUNCTION IS GRANTED is kee
Lees Than An Hour After Court flowini
Takes Action Salpons.i d Cafees trsctc
Are Sellinig Drinks To Thirsty believi
New Orleans. - Whiskey, four per crease
cent beer, wines, cordials, in short numb
complete bar Pom assortments of will b
lituors, were purchased freely in be pr
New Orleans following the granting cenda
of an injunction by Federal Judge i year
S Fter, which, in effect, held the war- fire rr
g time prohibition acts unconstitu- ing t(
d tional. the d
Less than an hour after Judge Fos
ter had enjoined federal authorities Shr
'frvnt interefering with the sale of Claih
bonded whiskey, in compliance with from
the petition of the Herman Leisor Li-: pletic
e quor Company, bar rooms were serv. new
Sitng liquor in steadily varied assort- wells
a- ients. Mixed drinks were unobtain- comp
Le abel during the day because of the accol
5. rush for "straight liquor" Later, mere
however, it was possible to obtain oil a
Spractically all of the widely known Mc
mixed drinks, for many years pecu- or. tl
liar to New Orleans. French restaou
rants served claret with dinners, add- aPop
tng the touch which chefs and mana- ~Mon
gers of the establishments always the
e have claimed was necessar for the ship
proper rpreciation of their mea soh
e Hammond.-FPiftecennt bred by
January 1 is the praction of Bed
nard Antony, who operates a large Cro
Sbakag b husiess i Tangipbe s par- fund
ish at poatchatoula. The recent high losis
Y cost of lour, Mr. Antony maintains, proc
will force this price on the bakers de of t
spite their reluctance to adva oo De
A present prices.
ew Orleans. - -Ms Herma.tn o L
tfeiferth was elected preident of ban
New Orleans Chapter 72. Unite ha
at the has
annua meetingin e=l nsai. to
succeed Miss Doriska Gautreaux, who will
held that ofmce the prescribed limit, owi
two years. bon
Pointe a la Hache. - John S. Be
has has sold his large orange grove in
situ!.ted at Buras to Roy B. Schaefer,
ai New Orleans, for $15,000, the Ro
grove has a large crop of fruit this car
season, which is being packed and Ne
shipped to the New Orleans and m
Northern markets. cal
Monroe. - What good roads have tio
done for Ouachita parish was demon
strated when H. W. T. Hunt sold to
U. D. Goff of Memphis a 420cre tr
plantation for $53,000. The same ne
land was sold about two years ago Ri
for $50 an are. in
Alexandria - Robert .F Liebler, a ar
member of the Alexpndria bar, while Bt
defending an an used person charged
with murder in the Federal- Distrit ne
Court was stricken with poplexy and In
died at the sanitaetum. -
New Orleans. - All port facilities pa
of New Orleans save five wharves, Si
are to be ratproofed at an expendi- m
ture of approxidmtely r 00,000, W. * ni
o. Hds, president of ,the Dock
Board, amomced c
New Orlens. - Chester S. O'Ret.- p
ty, t10 Ropal stret, was named by p
the War Depett as a endia* .
for West Pint-l
We5tooUk reelved a shipment of
goverea t sqgpgts a law days ago
ad somld them ot as eoa as they
were Loeded. A huger shipment ti
anlu, U-esps ta a merorus a, N'
dtomo His rid t armm ws ammutat
.s a ts.- ata'bei s *h tS .
• . Iteam ssing .ca. ...
..w. r ' s t-esei te? 4 h Aish
6e a te dseTint the *
ihernmt th* -
:il~i me Ir~tr A
Monroe.--Seven new churches built aon
and dedicated three parsonages buli
and seven rebuilt, 1254 members se
cured, salaries of pastors more than
doubled, and the debt on the distric:
parsonage paid and extensive repair.
made on it is the record made by the
Monroe District of the Mothodis'
Episcopalian Church for the year Ed(
which Rev. Albert B. Lutz has served
as presiding elder. \ g
Wir:nfield. - Te buying, sellin e
and recordini of niil leases and bring.
ing suits to annul them in this parish S
is keeping a large numblr of peole.
busy in the courthouse and causing
mineral rights to advance rapidly. manj
The clerk's office is crowded to over liber
Sflowing al Ithe way and all of the ab
atr3ctors arp working overtime. Its _.s
believed a large oil field will be die
covered near this place.
New Orleans. - Fire losses in
Louisiana in 1919 will be greatly de.
r creased over those of last year, the
I number of fires occurring in the state
will be much smaller and there will
a be practically a total absence of in.
g cendarism when the report for the
a year is compiled in the office of the
- fire marshal, W. M. Campbell, accord
" ing to L. A. Haggerty, chief clerk of
s Shreveport - Congestion in the
)f Claiborne field is reflected in reports
1h from Homer operations. But two conm
i- pletions yielding about 1500 barrel,:
v. new production were made and both
t- wells were immediately closed in on g
a- completion. Some of the operators,
le according to reports are drilling
er, merely to the sand to conserve the
in oil as much as possible.
S Monroe. - Committees composed
of the leading business and profe
I- salonal men of the parish have been
d. appointed by the presidents of the
Monroe Chamber of Commerce, and
he the Rotary Club, to take the leader
ship in the campaign for the good
roads bonds issue election here this
ad- Baton Rouge. - To aid the Red
-ge Cross Christmas seal movement for
ar- funds with which to combat tuberos
gh losts. Governor Pleasant • issued a
us, proclamnation calling upon the people
de- of the state to observe the period to
aoe DecembertO as a special time for
co opertibT with the Red Cross.
J. Latayette--This city wants a real -
of band, and to raise the necessary
ted funds the association of commerce
the has closed a contract to give a can
,to 'nthh ee The week of December 8.
who 1 14. With the net proceeds uniforms
wit, will be purchased, a complete library
of classical and popular music will be
Bo Washington, D. C.-S-gar growers
eov in Louisiana were considerably re
ter, Iteved when informed by John M.
the Rogers, representative of the Amert
this can Cane Growes Association of -
andt New Orleans, that the Railroad Ad
ministration would furnish sufficient
car equipment to handle transporta,
save lion of sugar in Louisiana.
non- Shreveport. - Delays in getting
to material combined with inadequate
acre transportation facilities, is acting in
ame nearly all North Louisiana fields. Red
Ia River is the only field which is pick
ing ap in production as pipe hlm
ar, a are being rapidly extended in the
rhile Bull Payou district.
r New Orleans. -The last. of the p'
neer Toeminican nuns who came f ram
Ireland sixty years ago to ound ' eir
ed icational order in New 0' leann
lities passed away a few days ago whea
ryes, Sister Mary I avier die at .he l i
endl. minican College in St. Char:* ,
I, W . iI.
D ntock Azs --T dheetor of tlb
cal light and itW ~psapvn d
*Rel. place have dauiim to e2'"-,
a by plant and Mb nMessary
dabe ery for gdiiv Agtag a daytlm
rent icr t~ats and powW
t of Isere, W, l se of
a ago xetle .Chak in eft
they with L baomU 55.
paest to at L55l2as. , stW
m the BlaU m Wce
t to i stiea ooIl plant
utgat- le part S a d
rt rl itna l tr
s.t t d M 5311
g-, is the
ols crop ld pof p
ad ash A is b.Ia The
*#S prie rais so segt Over
*$'iw the caap I
Mt- ste a emt -e t -
:s ,:.." ' as" a -sh
-he sat who - o made
t the 3uthe . o5 to to
c rmarlee 1aust for the
If you wast to sell your
i Lou i ana Plantation
And Make the Right Prloes and Terms
Can Sell it more qui kly than you can sell it yourself, as
Sthe orly business he has is
Selling Louisiana Plantations
*i e gives all business entraastd to him promt. careful an persiat·n t r ttention; has
altmny prospective Land buyers; lia33 had extenlve experielce in Land ahin,L. and is a very I
liberal advertiser. If interestLed ee. phone or write him.
You Can Not Do Better Than Buy Your
Men's Furnishing Goods and Hats
e 406 Main Street Natchez. Mississippi
S. £ K. GREEN STAMPS Speelat AIentles t M. Order
VIDALIA BANK &
Home Bank at Vidith, La.
Branch Bank at Ferniday, La.
f, Appreciates Your Business
I SOUTH'S 8C0TCTESI LEV LLEG
rr ScHOL OF BUSSKE88.
rc. NEl OR* ANS. LA.
aMI be /eewe c
No esetta to see te
denta. tbuel the saccess of ts
.. *fnoeesq etedeats, Sotle CeltGe
Me s recosgatesa ererywhene as a WIa
SAwke, Plraetlea. oplas & eat s
nert- 0 0. sO.3 a o iW ,
me - as. ro relise that rtthot good wate res n mt
we mor .e.althT There ter aaise4 Clater s ae messy.
n late nMe, I tarry them In stek. Te aW e thb hart e! Md >lase o
Sin m lm D altlL delay. WzIt. w
l. T. J. HOLMES,
lean PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO
EARL N. NORMAN
514 MAIN ST. NATCHEZ, MISS.
ARTISTIC WORK AT REASONABLE PRI
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