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The Tensas Gasette.
ST, JOSEPH, - - - LA
fRID)AY, J ,Y 21, 191)S
U84914T it(,lL Y E $1.50LY
ANNS, '' ...... N'". .
FOR CONGRESS.
We are autloriz'dI to annrtinl, - fi N
J'(1<. E. .AN.I)Ei., of E-at ( arr il
Pariili, as (cauidaff for re--.le ti,,n to
tlh. Sixty-fir.t ('Cgrc ss, fr.m the. Fifth
('ongre.ssionail ih.trict of [,nisiona, hnl.
jiwt to the arfiun of tin. Ieizxnratic par
t.
Oi BlSTRICT JUDGE.
We are authorized to :aiino,l;r:.r
lION. JOHN S. .ROATN' E,
of ('oncordlai p,'ri1h, : a crntfifdlate for
re-election to tl.e office of .lltige of
lte Iistrlct Court of the ''Tenthl .Iu
d'cial I)istrict. composed of the Par
Illhea of 'lenss and Concordli:, lbiject
to the action of the I) ~.OIratic party.
We are authorized to announce
liON. JOIIN I)A.\E,
of ('oncordia parish, as a .andidh:te for
flie office of .ud'l~le of the DIistrict
Conurt of the 'T'enth .lulicia:l DIistrict,
ie.Sli'posed of the Parishes of 'ilensas
ciud I'ncortlin. subject to the action of
the Democratic uparty.
FIR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
tet" e 4liters of Tensas Parlsh:
I shall be a eandidate for re-election
If the oflhee of blistriet Attorney at the
Ldmnary election to be held by the
emocratic Party of the Tenth Ju
ic.tl ttDistict and shall be glad to re
iytve the votes of all tf whom my ad
mninistration of that oflice has been, in
the past, satisfactory.
MUCH TULLIS.
ie the Voters of the Tenth Judicial
District:
I hereby annonnce invaelf as eaCndi
stdate for the office of Is)trict Attornev
gof the 'rerth .fhtlielal IDistrict. suabject
ti the action of tihe Ielocratic pri
wary. teaspectfully,
A. E. CREEN.
THE SCHOOL BOARD.
(Waterproof Euntcrlprise. )
The Parish Democratic Exectifive
t(ommitte has issued a call for a pri
mary election to be held on Tuesday
September first next for the purpose
of nonminatingcandidates for members
of the'seflool board. Under the new
hit'school boards are made elective,
there being one member from each
ward. The qualitlcations of a candi
dteto are that he shall be a qttaslfled
voter and in addition thereto shall own
property to tihe amout of three hutn
dred dollars. This will be the first
election of school boards in the State
Muld it Is to be hoped that throughout
all will work well, that it will not
cause by demand a return of the
power to the Governor to appoint.
I't ialslo to bte hoped- that'the'steady
march now being made in an educa
tifonal way in the State may be kept
up; As to our parish under the pres
ent board and Superintendent a great
change has been made fturthe better
ntent of our schools. The selection ,f
good teacters,;the installing of kin
dergartens where the number of chil
dren permitted, the building and
equipping of- modern school Iouses?,
the paymentt of good salaries and
the adoption of modern methods
Inaeaching, being among tihe numer
ones improvements. Let not a man be
elected who is not heart and soul in
terested in better educatior and tihe
investing oNvery cent of the school
twuds practicable, that the good work
may go on. To prospective camldi
date. we would call attention to the
setbrt tine remaining in which to
qualify, the time expiring at 12 m.
Saturday next, 25th inst. 'The ctumol
two dollars ($2.00) is also requires! of
eaLoh candtdate to be used itn the dc
ftsyment of the expense of tihe pri
ovary.
The Deacrat hasI rcceivrI s.v
enral cimplaitits from 'citizeen
whose pIrotests are entitled to a
relspecltful hesaring,.relative to re
pantetd violations of the'sped or
diiantce appl icale t arnntomrnbiles.
Too little attention is paId by
the ow ers of machines to the
rights of peddstriians, and es
iucially children at street inter
sections. While the streets prToper
are for vehicles, nut ,mnoiles in
c)nsive, ped~stria:us Inust cross the
streets, and they are not under
olligations to surrender nil of
their rights to the owners of au
tomolbilos. The City Counicil has
wisely fixed a speed limit rfr the
protection of the public, aind this
ltw shotrhl be observed.-Natchel z
IThemocrat.
A harvard graduate says that
IDr. Eliot could easily out-walk
tie Presid~et. He might out
walk him, but l:e certainly could
uott dr it easily. I),ubt!lss that
graPduator ever esaw Mir. lRoosevelt
uider lfllT st eam.
Attentilon Is called to thle chtange
of "ad." ol'the enterprising "Men's
Wecrp'inan of Natchez, Thos. J. Reed.
Mr. Reed; bylow prices, best goods,
corabous'trfttttmit and strict atten
4tmn to bbslnes, has made manye:cns
t6merW throughout Tensas, and de
shte to eep the good work up. He
iqi5~rlrg ome-foulWEth this week on
arw-ihL , man'a' s9lt6 and pans and
IIyeseti , aNo brgapin in underwear,
.isha.Ma hoeicy.
sthier frog tie iioeseekers' Land CE
\'ATrir9PR O , LT,., July 20, 1968.
St. .7 ,Jcp , Lj .
DEin Sip:-l?earding t he pe
tition which we plaed nbefore the
I Police Jury at its last meeting,
and which petition was laid aside
without any action being taken
Ile.reon, we bei to state for thil
in:formation of those who are in
tersted in this plarisli and who
h.l4p to pay the expense of Police
Jirry tnwetiligs and other atffr.rs
d(.taling with the welfare of the
inhabitants and their interests,
that this petition was one asking
the lmem l)ers of thi Police Jury
to :rrra. ie to have a few thon
and 31 hoklketT printed d'esriptive
of this parish, these booklets to
be issued free to any citizen that
might wish to mail them. W\e sug
gested that these booklets be filled
with interesting reading matter
descriing our lands, water,
schools, climate andl trans)orta
tion facilities, accompanied by the
necessary illustrations. We fitd
that several of the more thiekly
settled parishes have followed this
plair, and we believe that it has
been indeed one of the main rea
onss why their lands are covered
with' heatlly Crops, tilled by
healthy ment whol hive inrnrigrat
ed. People in adjoinihg States
have a wrong idea of the existing
ilnditions in this State and es
Ipecially our sectioe"of the State.
It is our idea that the right way
Sto show homeseekers and others
who might wish to come to our
sections that it hi;: splendid op)
portunities open for them. When
,ever this State and this parish
shall have been advertised as are
other parts of our Southland,
jmst them. will you find labor coni
diitions chriang, and industries
that have not been tt'ied here will
be successfully undertaken by en
terl)rising menI from new places
jusrthen will your idle farm pIrl)
erty become valualble. Iit rod tic
I ng homeseekers to a country that
has been misrepiresented to them
as being swampy, idle, negro-kill
ing, mosquiito and- disease-tbreed
ing country is like introduc-ing a
new article on the market in lieu
of a widely advertised and well
known one. You know what ef
fort has to be )ut forth to change
1 the custom, eveni though the art
icle that has tuot been advertised
ibe a imuch more meritorious one
than:ll the first, as is tile case with
,our lands. We are satisfied that.
hie prestent memler's of the Police
Jury, or those wh:, succeed them
at some future titne'wvl 54id that
even though it. is not of their initi
ative, that this plan must be
carried out if we ever expect to,
allow Te,,sas to take her place
aniolig tile l)rosperous sister par
ishes.
\We, too, are human, and think
that we might be thanked for any
"matter Itrought before theI Police
Jury which does not cost allny
money and on which they did
take actionl. \We refer to the soil
sunrvey which the government will
make f(or anyi parish that so de
stres, ulp)(n tile lpetiti(on of the
Pttlice Jury and tlieir Cong:ess
nlat . This will be siuiilar to, the
,onie already made of lI)eSoto par.
ishIl, this State, and IHoustoun
county, Texas. In this latnter in
stance the soil survey disclosed
the faict that the soil was adapted
to, the producing of different crlops
thani; those the farmers were tug
ging their lives away to produce,
anud the final result is that those
Ipeple niw know, without guiess
ing, what seed to plant, and hlw
to handle their soil and have been
imnlmasural)ly berefitted there
fromn. \VuWe recieved the informs
tiotn from HIn. Chas. Scholer,
Commilssioner of Agriculture and
Immigration, at IBaton Rouge,
and imparted the fact to the Po
lice Jury, advising that they take
u2l the matter, which we are
pleased to know they have done.
In takirg up the matter of
re(huririg rates for homeseekers <
which we have secured from the
Missouri Pacific Railway, we
found that this road issues at
iutervals a folder' descriptive of
the States and their I)roductse -
through which the linee pass.
This particular parish is very
poorly treated, owing greatly to
the utter indifferoece with which
this parish has treated tile all
iimportsit subject of immigration,
:lind we' are seeking to hIave that
'hnugel. so that the distant home
,eeker looking for literature about
ihe Pelican State will consider our (
parish as well as the others.
We thin-k that this is a matter c
,f vit;l irnlmxtridtace eterycue
ititerested in the welfare of our
parish, ani that a f"w hilndretf
dollars invested in this advertis
ing matter to be prip:tarcd by the
pi)ish will be a spleideld invest
tUcr!t.
Very truly yours,
HIOMI.uSEEKFRS' LAND Co.
Elsewhere will be foutnd iiot;c
arf disei4ution of partfi .shipl of
the firm of E. L. Collins & Co.
Mr. E. L. Colliiis has bought out
his partners and will ciitiiue to
op)erate the business in his own
name. Mr. Collins is an energet
ic business main and with his de
served rep)rtatii)n for promptness
and his know ledge anid experiPenceO
will continu3 in his own mnime the
success he has made as the active
member of the firm he succeeds.
Attorney General GuC.on has
given it as his opinion that the
present School Mioards can elect
the Parish Superintend(lents of Ed
ucation for the next four years.
This op)inion is important a id a
far-reaching one, if it is followed
Iby tihe various school I~lards in
in Ljouisiana, as it wi!! alltow the
present school hoards to inlame
the superintend(ients before the
boards that are elected at the
regtriar election in Novemn)ert take
the oath of oflice. The terms of
the pIreseut Parish School Su
perintendeunts expire before the
loadurts that are to be named at
the Novemnl;er election take the
oath of office, and the Attorney
:General has ruled that in view of
the fact that this is the cussethe
oid boards now in office can elect
the parish snperintendents.-New
Orlean.s Picayuic.
T'.e Daily States gives out the
followia:g iuforimattivn of political
nahture:
Secretary of State Jo;hn T.
Michel has made it known that
lie will not ,e at candidate to suc
ceed himself in the office which lie
has filled with such universal stlt
isfactioz.
Three years and a half is a loug
time off but names are already
being discussed as l,,ssible candti
dates for the oflice. They include
Robert S. Landry, for many years
'c'tlrk of thie House; .John \V. Sum
merlin of itichlaied. who would
have a candidate in the last pri
mary except that hlie had no wish
to oppl)os(e Mr. Miichel, and Ibegis
ter Fred Gracei of thl land uolice.
The oflice, whichl is now on a sal
ary basis of $5,tKX) a year, in
cluldes the insuratice, department.
"''1 shall not naain run for Sec
retary of State," said Mr. Michel
to-day The Secretarv returned
yesterday from Biaton Rougei where
he has been busy supervisitng the
arrangemeuts for the puldicationu
of the laws of the session. Under
a resolution of Senator MeCulloh
the acts of Governor Bllanchard's
special session will be bound with
those of this venar.
Resolutions 0of Bar of St. Joseph.
At a meeting of the bar at St. Jo
seph Monday 20th inst. the following
resolutions were unanimously adopted
endorsing tihe candidacy' of Judge O.
7 Provo6y ti succeed himself as aso
eate instice of the Supreme Court of
Loauiniana:
"Resolved, That the exalted office
of justice of the Supreme Court is one
in which we, the people of Louisiana,
are vitally concerned.
"Resolved, That the lion. O. O.
Provosty has filled that office with
great honor, dignity and ability, and
we hereby cordially indorse his can
didacy for re-election and earnestly
commend him to the voters of his Su
preme Court district at the primary
election to be hold therein."
A. E. GREEN, Chairman.
GEO: H. CLINTON, Secretary.
Mr. John 4. Limerick, Sr., Dead.
. Laitf Sanday night at eleven o'clock
Mr. John Aldridge Limerick, one of
the most respected citizeis of Jeffer
son county, died at his home in Rod
ney, after an illnes of several weeks.
Mr. Limerick has beht a citizen of
Rodney since early manhood and was
held high in esteem by all who kne*
him. He was a sterling citizen, a
courtly gentleman of the old school,
a devoted husband and father. His
death is deeply deplored.
His wife (nee Miss Irene Stuart)
and five children, all grown, and nine
grand-children survive him.
SMr. IAmerick was a mason ,nd his"
funeral, with full Masonic flonors, was
condneted by the Rodney lodge, and
the remains laid away in Oakland
Cemetery Monday morning.
To the bereaved family and especi
ally to tihe gentle and devoted wife
The Chronicle extends deep sympathy
-The Fayette Chronicle
Mr. Limeriek was the father of Mr.
John A. Limerick of iNatches, so well
known and popular with all here and
throughout this section who will ex
tend to him their deepest sympathy.
Mayor B. W. GrifIth of Vicksburg
has tendered to the Board of Alder
men of that city his resignation as
Mayor. The . Board unanimously
elected Hen. P. M. Hiardlng as suc
cessor to the retiring Mayor. Mr.
Grifilith's resignation is due to ill
health. He made the Hill City a good
Muayor and his administration has bene
clean artd lilgh-totld.
eompliitar to lodge Doataer.
The Picayuie of hiAt Moil;dny
teprcdlucod a picture of Judge
John S. Boat ler, accomnpaunied by
his two little gils, and wlich was
a splendid likeness. Accompany
ing S1islle was the following sketch
of Judge Boatner, which will be
of interest to his friends.
,,lge .J Itin s. l],atner, notw ti',i';'y
In; te'h betnch of tih' Tenth Judii.ial I)is
tre't, cimprising the l'arih('es of ('oncr
,lia andI Ttn-as, awas horn in the lParish
of ('alwh ll llo, tifty years an. and!
hla. inst. v'c r .sy say, riea'le.I the zenith
of life. In his early hbyhoo,, like most
all other Ib,.ys of tlhe South, ihe struggled
thr, in i tlhe l:ark age of rc'onstruction,
the tiime when the very soul of the hard
iest wias triet, tand thuigh a y'tinng man
he lent his aid in ridd ing hii- fair State
front the c'litclhe o.f th1e carpe.tha,;cger
and black rule. liet' (comle of one of the
oldh'st adol Ist,-known families of Ltnis
in'a.' lIt ii not the ti ly survivor of
the old family
Motin after the lay. i nf rec"-tntrn.tion
M'r Ibastner turnel his attenti;i to, the
stuily If law andl rapidly rose in hisl pro
fetsiii. TlDrig his ceaily lays hit finru .,!
a partnership with his brother, the late
l l t ('hIt s. .1. lIat ner. wht' st . ally
rep'it't l thK. Fifth ('on.rtre i. inal l'i s
trict for s everal tertis in the Natitinal
t onigrr s. They practiced, in Monroe,
'a., for aibout t'n years. Mr. lBoatner
ripret'nte'il the Parihl- of l(iichland,
I taihita and .Jacks at a.s Senator of the
Twenty-fourth Senatorial District for six
years
After the di-i.lutiot of tif ir a ut Mir
BIoatner lnmov-l to Concorlia lini: h,
whire prtvious to his oc'cupancy of the
bench, hlie had the largest practice, tes
p'cially crimlinal practice. of any attor
ttvy iin this scitionl Four years ago lw
was unanimtously noIiinate! hby the Joint
Juicial Convention of this D)istrict to
the ,isition of Judge.
It is netlleh to say that Judge Boat
ner has filledl this exaltetd' i mifi ,n with
ability, having hadl a broadl exlerience
as a l'racticily attorney for twenty-five
years.
As a man Jtte Boatn.r hlas those rare
qualitit's that are instilled in every South
ernter, the qualities of a trte gentleman
-ever realy to give his titll rand hell.
to the neemly. .1 tian who ('can I ap
proacttdI by any one; just and impartial
in his l<heisions, and above nrproach.
JuiIge tBoatner has tw'ieen untiring in
.his etlf; rts ti, st ,;!re aid for ti ' i\'erflo:
-iffctrrs of this secttion. After taking
the miatter up with the State authorities
without suttcce-s, Ihe appliet to, the Na
tional (;overniennt, through Cingrewss
maIn laalk.-ll Sand the \\War Il larton lt,
anllhas lain rewarlel for his t'efforts iby
Wnit only gtting. fextl for the starving
pleuiI' but platilyg pnca and corn to '
cnathle them to make at least something
when thel water sulsidesi.
ADVERTISED LETTERS.
Remaining inr tll St. Joseph Post
Olffice for week eniding July 18
Batley, Cornealous IRobison, ioracet
lIeley, Bllr Stewardl, Lu"
Carnie, A.\rdell Simitrn, Jake
I lay~ t uiel,. I{iturt Saltltt14. (foreigl)
Irvine, T. (G. 4Ivi ster, Marie
.'wkson, Allis sini in, Fanny
!il!y, .Allbert \V.,is. En}ma
Mitchel, Malley Williams, Elizabeth t
Mithhel, hlank Wright J. B.
\inter, Lut Birier
Persona calling for the above letters will
IilI'eae sa'y '"Alvertied,,"' and can procure
samne by paying one cent for each letter.
L E. HEl£RSON, P. M.
I1Totice.
ETINGi SZT[HOLlDERS TENSAB CO!TON
COMPilES COMPANY.
MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1303.
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERSI of
THE TEN8A8 COTTON COMIPRE.SS CO. Is
called to be heldl at the office of the President
thereof in St. Joseph, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
on MONDAY, AUtUST 3, fr the purpose of
electing a new Board oft Directiri and for the
transaction of any other buatinesa that may
come before it.
W. M. DAVIDSON, rFrM tent
R. WORRELL, Secretary.
ST. JOSEPH,LA., July 24th, 190.
NOTICE.
BY MI'TI'AL O('OSl'T ,-f the par
tiei', the firm of E. L. ('tiLLINS & CO ,
diing business at ;-hhnlan, La., has
intl dissollved. All of the prolerty and
interest of said finn has been purlnhasedl
andl takten over by E. I,. COtl.,LINi'. one
tf the lprtners inl said firm of CO)LLINS
& ('(4., who has also assttttellll alt theilt
oiligations andt indlehte~lctssu of said finn
anid will cntinue tllhe tusint.s in the
falue of E. L. COLLINS.
E. L. COLLINS.
(;ol.ntst, IL., July 20, 101.
Examination for Teachers.
NOTI(CE 1 IHEREBY GIVEN that
exalnlilnat i, is fr "'lhite at llloc ,reil teatch
'rs for T't'n.as I'ari.h will I* It' lad in .t.
Jct'pi.pl in Friday, July 31. Tthe examti
atiins fr white appiltants will ie helel
In the .St. Jielih lliglh ,elhi,-l I tilling
aid that for cilirt'l aplicantts at the
'ohired s.hi al huitblihg. Ap.liliiants wtill
report protitly at '0 o'clock iltnd rtut
counlt' lruvilhdl with ilai'r and l.'inils.
also with the one dollar tntraltce ftee rfe
quired by law.
A. E. G(;REEN, slupt
Nii'iCE 1 o th" ARUAL ACCOU t-.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Tensas,
10Uth I~trict Court.
Succession of John B. Guthrie, de'd.
P-UBLIC NOTIcE is hereby given'
that F. L and 1U. R. Guthrie, Execu
tors of Estate of John B. Guthrie,
dleceased, have filed their Tenth An
nual Account with nid sccession.
Now, therefore, unles~atwrttel. oppo
sition thereto be tiled in uy oficle with
in ten davy alter publicatinn hereof.
tame will be hounologated, as prayed
for.
[L. 8.] Witness my hand and the
teal of said Court, this 20th day o
July1 1905.
JO'EPH CTRRY,
Clerk 10tr 1i)frief bCurt.
-ARLY RISERS
'TIfmous little pi~s..
rULLUM 568 G1REAT GCLEARANCE SALE!
IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
SALSE COMMEN(E8 MONDAY, JULY 201,
AND WILL CONTINUE ONE WEEK.
We are over-stocked. The Cool Spring, coupled with the High
Water, has been a great check to busine.s and now, right at the be
ginning of the Hot Weather, we find that we are carrying a larger
volume of goods than business warrants. So here goes-
Suits that were $25.00 to $32.00 now $17.50
Suits that were 21.00 to 24.00 now 15.00
Suits that were 17. to 20. now 12.50
Suits that were 12.50 t 216. now 10. -
Suits that were 9. to 12. now .50
Trouaers Reduced Thirty per cent.!
Panay as Reduced One-third. i
Straw Hats One-half Price.
REMEMBER: This sale Indclde' every light weight suit and pair of
trousers in our store,--STEIN-BLOCH, SCHLOSS BROS.; PARAGON,
all go. Don't miss this chance.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT-OF-TOWN ORDERS.
Terms of Sale: CASH, no goods exchanged, alterations af moderate
prices.
M. M. ULLMAN & CO,
417.419 MAIN STREET - - NATCHEZ, MISS.
Good Clothes Since 1878
--- ~_ -- --- ----- -- ----- 'I
SEND US TO=DA Y YOUR ORDIIRE
-FOR
Paints. Oils, Turpentine, 6nat Oil,
GARDEN SEED, RU ) - TOIL-T- i
STATIONERY, ARTI6LES.
WHOLESALE7 RETAIL.
VC SBURG DRUG CO. CORNER WASANINTOn & SOUTH STS.,
P E VICKSBURC, MISS.
PHONE 1202_= - -= A. D. 6ULLEY, MANAGER.
do-9
-rr1
We are Open for Business!
t
d-- And will be pleased to meet our
a- cusltomers at our new location on
4- AST. IN- FRANK
EAL ST. UILDING.
'Phone 170 for RETAIL Department
and 21. for WHOLESALE Department.
NATCHEZ DRUG COMPANY,
g PEARL STREET, ANK BUILDING..
- OPPOSITE NATCHEZ NOTEL.
BAKER & McDOWELL HARDWARE
NATCHEZ, MISS.,
offer a well selected stock of seasonable
necessities, at the lowest prices. Send
us your orders for the following':,
Refrigerators, Ice Cream freezers,
ice Chests, Water Coolers,.
Ice Tongs,- Ice Picks,
Ice Saws, Filters.
(HAMOCKS, LAWN SiNS
Gardei Hose, Garden Pows, Rakes, Law.a owers, Spados, Has.
AND oTHER NEcESSITIES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
Panama Tank Company,
MANUFACTURRS OF
Corrugated Galvanized Steel Gisterns.
rSTOCi TANKS, WAGON TANKS,
TRASW CANS, SMOKE STACKS,
SWater Towers and Wind-Mils. I
MiStilTO-PROOF, DIRT-PRIlOF, EYEtLASTING. I ULL soC JoITANTL.Y
..." H . L. SM ITHA, _ I,0 s ar, t.
"UO soF 'm.t SO ULE COILEGE.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
,re em _ w tcesIam to
Iro /letomal 8Lctmio3P 'rte ] .mploy
meut Department. Complete Couege
ncesk Colige Btdoe ad Wholeale
No mlarepreseteduoa to secure ate
dents. Through the success Grits
22000 fermer studeats, oute College
I recognised everywhere as p WlIe
Awake, Prectica, Popular sad Sue
cOaO.l & oo80
cOn. £OLvt & 51s:
HINSE LAUBE
ST. JOSEPH. lA
Cor. North & Front Sts
HAlLREY KIN$I, PR.
Work Guaranteed.
Prices Reasonable.
TRESPASS NOTICL
AL , PIERSONS anr f*,r.lidrT,41
in or trespassing in RlA i'(K LAK
ated1 on 'PE('.NO" and "G
.( 1 I'lantatins, ui ider pI~ena
i t  -cutio i. [' Iu \ I º -"1 )
I___'l______ T ON01S]..
Terms of Comurt
",H'TERMS OF Tl O HE DISTRICT o -
in the Part-h of Ten.ia are he-f-e
aa ullowt, to-wit:
.'ur " Terr -s +
THIRD MONDAYS IN APRIL and
Civil T¶'e*nas -
T'PIRD MONDAYS IN JANUARY
ARY. MARCH. MAY, JUNE, JULS
VEMBER and DECEMBER.
JSO a. BOAThIELt. Distrlet -
PICKETS FOR SALEM.
4000 ASH PICKOTS t1l2,
long, just the thing for
or &rarden fence.
CYPRESS PICKETS 1z4
foot anld 5, fot Imlug..
ASI, $12 00 per 1000,'
PRESS $25 00 per 1000
Inquire Sniitha' Stable or
Alex McLeod, Marydale,
Joseph, La
"Squire Red!
"Squire Red" the
knownt thoroughbred
belonging to Mr. H. J
of Ashland, Miss., will
the season at "Thistl
plantation, beginning
March 20. Charge: $2L
$10.00 in advance and $
when mare is foalded.
Mares pastured at
per month. For further
liculars, address: J. M.
ton, St. Joseph, La.
JlrDl('lAI ADLERTIRMEiY•r "
UcCesO.N SALL -
U 'tate of l,iiiiana, PaUrih oif
1 t'th IJii-trict Ctourt.
1 s1ll .s ilon oIf II. S. Nichols,
PI'II.IC NEOTI('CE it Ihelrby gib -
'y virtue of an , ordie.r of sale to
re.tel by1 tlh, ah,,i), namel d Hi
('iurti, in tlhe al>t, styledl matter,
On
SATURDAY, AUGUST t. A. l .
oi,Iler for sal at. the ('lOlt Hou 
thi. tiwn of St. .Joseph, in this
ithini the hours proeritbed by lw
is 1xttwe",u tlhe hours of 11 A. I..
'c-xhwki e. '., to the highllhwt. b
.'aLh,, thie foIll6 ing Tetcribed
situated in this parish, to-wit:
"l' \tl:A'EIN A" Iplantation, a
alw. I Parish and State, and beba
i.on twenty-to M?~) and the F ,t
of Siiuthlcast quEjarter aW East
Northeast qtuarter reelon t
(21), asnd North half of West
Nortltheast quarter of Seltion twent
(t!) At., a li'-" (5) aeri ptrip
froml thet Ela.t Hidet of the Weft
Mouthlast quIaIrtr N'ction 21. AM
'Tiwnz-.lil televe (12), Ranulge tr
:East, cointainhi eight hIuldrld ad
NIO acrne, Iuore-l hl
Ttrll,m of r;hle: (·'+ull.
JOHIN l1it'GilES, S.
MT. JoaEPII , IA., July 1, 190' . :'
FOR SALE'E
-N-NALhF mWHT IT is Sif1
The Sti B hi
Abhlrmrer all Ctiinimrinitions to I -
jlLiNLrIA'. (Ywner, 1414 Florida
Tan1ut, Florida.
G_ H. elinr
. TT'V..7IT.LZW,
ST. JOSBPHI, tL=
Wili practIoto- Ea.t Carroll,
Tensas, Concordhia ad the Bopree
Federal Courts.
L. d. IMURDOCK. J.C.
Or MURDOCK &Il
- ST. IOSEPI, U '
Physicians&Su,
OPlIF Oi PLANK ROAD.
Adjoining RHealdence of Dr. L.A. i
Offica Ph (Lag Distaui ) "I
kr. ridech'i RsRsi ho r lm.
Dr. Philip' busies PIs L P
Dr.. G'lO.,N. CLARK ~,
DENT IS'I
St. .Toseph, S -a.
OFFICE IN NEWELL LD00 '.
PLANK ROAD.
FOR SALE.
A. IIRI.lN('IEf in Mt. Joseph, 4 *.
ably lo'atel uni at a bargain. _ [ -
T"Ils OFniZ --.*
FOR SALE. :
Noat ,'ttag' in 'ric4 Field
ct lataiing 4 largt, clonllfortble
kitcheinII alnld I.atl r stiu with w
nttw l4l tt echn, hlarge front sid
p-U Ir.h.- anl1 rr,,liy yardls with
tIitl in go44l 4t. of 1repair.
II ,hmaunl. Apl Y tIe-'
SEWING and DRESS
SEWING AND DrnP4-.MAKINQ
-,DON SAT,*AL' TiUN0 :
n~r~R r~~.tc?~n: ·4;

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