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PLOW EARLY
TO GET THE START OF THj BOLL WEEVIL
. AND USE =
Blount's True Blue Plows,
And remember that when you order from us,
True Blue Plows or parts, you will get the gen
uine Blount Goods. They will not be "Our Blue,
Blue Jay, Blue Bell, Blue Bird, Blue Beard, Blue
Grass, Blue Ribbon," or auy other of the nu
merous "fake" Blues on the market.
It takes more than a coat of Blue paint, to
make a True Blue Plow, and there is as much
difference between the True Blue and its Imita
tors, as between a good Dollar and a counterfeit.
Schwartz & Stewart,
NATeHEZ, MISS.
AGENTS FOR
Planet, Jr. Cultivators,
One Seed Cotton Planters,
Daltex Stalk Cutters.
DISTRIBUTORS OF ELLWOOD FENCE.
AT TaETIO Rice Growers!
We Beg to call Your Attention to the
CELEBRATED MENGE PUMP
This Pump has earned the reputation
of being the best and cheapest for IRRIGA
TION and DRAINAGE purposes now in
use. Complete Steam Power and Pumping
Plants. Improved Elevator Dredges.
Agents for--Hoppos' n111g Grade Steam Speltles. Bollers
Englaes. Va. Wie Paup Compumy.
It will pay you to lavestigate our prices ow Psmspg Outfits.
Write for atrated Cataleg.
The Menge Pump & Machinery Co., Ltd.
631 Tchoupltoulas St. NEW ORLEANS, &a.
"Tensaw" White Rocks!
Eggs Now Selling for $2.00 for the Settings
of Fifteen Eggs from the Best Pens, and
$1.00 per Setting for the Eggs from the
Yard. All are Pure and from Good Chickens.
I Have No Stock for Sale.
J. D. fULTZ. " " NEWELLTON, LA.
ROSE'S COTTON SLED.
You should plant Rose's Selected
Cotton Seed, because it will be
EARLIER THAN THE
-: BOLL WEEVIl :-:
Our seed are all grown in the extreme
Northern section of the Cotton Belt.
SFOR SALE BY
ROSE SUPPLY COMPANY,
HENDERSON, N. C.
Natchez Sanatorium
(INCORPORATED.)
111 and 113 South Commerce Street,
Natchez, Miss.
mont of Medl d Surgical Dibee.
No C;ontagious or Chromic Pulmopry Diese Received.
Open to All Reputable Physicians. -:
eomplete X.Ray & Radlograph Outfit.
DIRECTORS.
W. H. AIKMAN, M. D. L B. M'LAURIN, D. D. S.
C. F. BOOER, D. D. S. R. D. SESSIONS, M. D.
P, BEEKMAN, M. D. McD. WATKINS, M. D.
L. H. LA.MKIN, M. D. J. S. ULLMAN, M. D.
LONG DISTANCE PHONE No. 45
FOR SALE.
A Flee ATLAS ITUBULAR BORLR,
tk*We for a large gi plam. PIES
. D. FARRAR. NewdI e LI.
- I UESS.MAK
IUSOIIBU T 3011 GASM
IOlb l O'llEOIIm)O
Mais Anieta Plrk of Mexia, Texas, is
visiting Mrs. Ocer Levy.
O-0
Miss Mollie Graftoa of Natchez, is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. J. L Lilly.
o--o
Mias Tex Harper spent several days
with Miss Annie Saodgras this week.
M;s. J. T. Waeas is spending the
Carnival sea w.ith her sister, Mrs It.
F. Stiles in New Orleans.
o-o
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Fontaine spent
Saturday and Sunday as guests of Mr.
and.Mrs. B. F. Bonney.
o-0
Mrs. L. A. Clinton and Mis Elizabeth
Crothers returned on Wednesday from
a short visit to relatives in ;Natchez.
o-o
Rev. Mr. P. H. Fontaine held the reg
filar service in the Union Church at 11
o'elook Sunday morning and n.7:45 in
thevening.
0-o
Mrs. J. M. MdGill and Mins Ollie
McGill took in the Natches Carnival.
While thereethey were guests of Mrs.
M. D. Watkins.
o-o
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Perry M.
Funk, nee Misa Bernie Ellis, of Bayou
Vidal, are extending them eongratuls
tions on the arrival of Perry,jr.
0-O0
Mrs. Pistrunkmanddanghter, Miss'Car
rie 8istrunk, of .Jackson, Miss., came
over last Saturday to Oneonta to the bed
side of little Lynell Sistrunk, who died
just after thei arrival.
o-0
Mrs."R. H. Whitney and Master Rich
ard Whitney returned"onFridaylast
from a pleasant visit to Pine Bluff, Ark.,
where Mrs. Whitney was very delight
fully entertained by Mrs. Phillips.
0-0o
Mrs. J. Parmeter, who has for some
years past made her home with the fam
ily of Mr.!Holman L Smiths, has re
ontly returned to her former residence.
Her friends in the-elghborbood are glad
to welcome her back.
0-0
Mrs. S. Weler was the hostess of the
ladies' Afternoon Eachre Club on Tues
day afternoon. The prise, a handsome
hand-painted celery dish, was cut for by
Mrs. 8. P. Hornsby and Mrs. W. M.
Davidson, and won by Mrs. Davidson.
0-0
Misse Gertrude Gogin, lak Kidd,
Brunette Lewis, Pearl Keen, Amy Berg
a man, Sueie, Henrietta and Katie Watson,
and Mr. John T. Mosely, chaperoned by
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Young and Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Green, enjoyeda vry charm
ing outing at the Lake Bruin Club House
on Saturday last. The day was passed
most delightfully in ishing and motor
boating.
0-o
Mrs. B. F. Bonny gav a "'pound
part" on the afternoon of Washington's
birthday for the benhat of the Methodist
Orphan Asylum at RBston, I. Ters
was a eandy pullhng othe lawn for the
young people, and altogether the affair
was a most enjoyable and suceessful one.
Through the kindly eforts and untiring
energy of Mrs. Bonney, quite a nest lit
tle sm of money, together with clothing
and merchandise, has been collected for
the poor children of this institution.
0-0
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Young entertained
at a very charming dinner of eleven cov
mu on Saturday, February 20th, ompli
mentary to Dr. and Mrs. Dunbar Newell
and their family. The table was bea
ttled with white reesas, Plumosi fern,
crimeon shaded lights and cerimsa atin
ribbon.
The gomea wre Dr. and Mrs. bmbr
Newell, Miames (bra and llis Whitney,
Mr. P. H. Curry ald little Mimes ar
jsrie, Burt and Katherin Newesel.
New Light Notes.
Mr. T. D. Diamond is in Natches this
week oa bslneg.
o--o
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Clark, of Newell
too, ent Sumday and Monaday here as
the gats of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lynch.
o---o
Master Robert Lynch left Fridy on
the 8tr. J. W. Swayne for Jnsville
la., where heis spending a few days
a with Mr. W . A. Mcolloch.
o--o
Mr. J. D. Lynch spent Sundsy and
Moaday in Franklin Parish.
o-0
Mn. BR. M. Hnabrough is visiting rel
atives in Natches.
Mr. a B. Lynch left yesterday for a
short visit to Natas.
Tmems Me.
THIE CLUB HOUSE on Lake Bramn,
coted.
B. F. YOUNG R. H. WHITNEY,
E. 8. NEW~TOk, J. E. QUARLB,
A. E. GREEN, D. F. AIFORD ,
F. H. CURRY, W. J. TEEN, .'
J. 8. DODRIG  . H. CLINTON,
JO8. UXRRY, V. L. 8EDDON,
W. M. DAVIDBON.
Trespass Notice.
"M-UIAMA."
"MeUse PLAce."
r3m
Men's
Winter Wear! k
We are Oflering
at Lowest Prices
the Bst in t t t
UNDERWEAR,
SHIRTS,
SOCKS,
OVERSHIRTS,
SWEATERS,
OVERCOATS,
BOYS' SUITS, -
PANTS,
HATS,
CAPS, Etc.
We have Many Bar
gains to Offer for Cash.
Give Us a Call.
ThoS. 1. REED, ". ,
sO0 Mual St.
NATCHEZ, - MISS.
CORENNA
HOTEL AND CAFE
PEARL STRUIT,
t
NATCHEZ, . MISS.
Neat and thoroughly modern hos
telry, up-to-date in every particnlar.
ooms large, airy, clean and comfort
able. Ontomore mattress on every
bed. Splendidly equipped with all
modern conveniences on each floor.
Building heated by hot air, insuring
equal tempersture throughout.
The Cafe is now direr y under con- t
trol of the management and is vastly
improved, utmost neatness and pn
linem prevailing. Cuisine is
of trained cook, insuring thoroughly
prepared and seasoned fare. Table
supplied with beet market affords.
When in Natchez make "The Co
renns" your headquarters.
A. G. HOOTSELL, Mgr.
- t
Im tis changeable dcimate oe
sever knows whether to-morrow t
me-s a bfr cost or a ranlcoat-
or " oating suit, but for every
hge of weather or midd, here
are the dotls.
Suits, maderwear, ad overcoats
to 48 breast. Pries ar right aad
St gumateed.
Warner&Searles Co.
vucKssuum, mISs.
White Wyandottes!
Unsurpassed for
BEAUTY,
LAYING
and
TABLE QUALITIES.
Eggs from Spedli mat
ings $1.50 per Setting.
H. R.'OUTHRIE,
Nameac, La.
PUBLIC NOTICE is heebyh given that
"ONEONTA," "HUBBIID PLACE"
and "REALITY," propeties of E~stae
A. E. Newton, are posted sgpinst lmnt
ers, and treepssing is forbtdden under
pety of prosecation.
(8mowa} E. 8. NEWTON.
Trespass Notice!
BT PBBMISSION of the owners tLereoo tie
Soalomwag are postS sad all
esi. TIk ]r~wro oomdsre uol
lows:
" GOLN MUIl." '"DIUBOOM."
"LUCKNOW." "rWOUTWOOD."
,"SUNWLOWR." "POWLE TRAyT."
* B'3TrA VILLA." '"BNGALL."
"DOUTWOOD." "PAIOALTO."
"PALMETTO." 'SNAK BAYOU."
"RAkITAN." "DENUoEE TRACT.'
WTi QUARTR .' •'SEMYTTE TRACT."
IUPON. PIKE MOOREI ads
"3V, RODEEN." "'APUWELL."
RHAD TIMS." " CLI lNTON PLACB."
*fLOWRSa' Traet" "BELL PLACB"
,WHWITMOUlPta." "'DOUWETY Pia.'
"*JORDAN" "S'TAMPIY"'
•* EOPMWELL" "INDIA DROWN"
"OTTON WOOD" ' WA.ER TRACT"
"WILD CAT" "ELDERGBOYO PII
"*Llttees's Trot"· "'DOWMAN Pit"
"mISrTO)" " ,MeALALL it."
" 3O0K5'" '" "MELELPit."
I "SMIT lrFllIELD" "PUNKIM PATCH"
"DroIr '".. . CANA i..,L "
*Fag TSBM OF TWC DIWECT COUNT
I feflsheva r s re er.-wit
Jury Term.
- C~ivil Termn
ZualW*M MAEu
Country Notes.
Much to the great stisfaction of his
many friends, Mr. J. H. Rollins has re
turned improved in healff.
o-o
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nichols, with two
lovely "Nicholettes," are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Roberts in their pretty
new nest of perfect tidiness.
0-0
Mrs. Head, a sweet-faced, gazelle-eyed
lady, is visiting her sister, Mrs. D. H.
Alverson, of Deltabridge.
0-0
Dr. Alverson, with his charming wife
and two pretty little tots, will soon leave
for a new home at Neweliton. This prom
ises to be an advantageous move for the
doctor, but his friends are loathe to give
him up. He has professionally won the
confidence of all, and made hosts of
friends socially. May Dame Fortune
favor us in filling his place.
--o
Mrs. John Aldridge Limerick is visit
ing (at Castle Comfort) Mr. and Mrs.
James P. Harrison and again seeing fa
aniliar faces of Auld Lang Syne. Tho'
many have now "gone before" many
are left to extend a loving welcome to
this most loveable lady.
o-0
All hearts are moved with sympathy
for the stricken home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Sistrunk. Despite the strenuous
efforts of medical skill, little Lyonell,
who had blessed her parents for four
short years, was borne hence on angels'
wings Friday night just as the stars ap.
pered.
"There Is no fireside bowe're defteded
But has one vacant chair."
For the consolation of this mother's
heart we lift our prayers to God.
"He loveth best who loveth most,
AUll things--both reat and small.
But the dear 0od who lovoth us
He made and loveth all."
0-0
Mr. P. C. Smith, who has recently
been ill, we are pleased to state, is now
convalescent, and will postpone his con
templated visit to New Orleans till after
"corn planting time."
Little Lyest Sibtrak.
On Friday evening at seven o'clock
little Lynel Sistrunk, the four year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W.'Sis
trunk, after an illness of several days,
died at the home of he parents on
Oneonta plantation. Intrment took
place Saturday evening at Crystal Springs,
Miss.
To the mother and father we can offer
only the sympathy of those who grieve
with them for the loss on earth of the
beautiful child that won the hearts of all
who knew her. God in his wisdom has
taken back the pure spirit he sent for a
little while to brighten the lives of his
servants. The soul, unsullied by world
ly cares, unchanged by worldly knowl
edge, has returned to the pure light of
perfect and eternal life, and another lit
tle angel has joined the hosts of the
Great Beyond.
May God in His mercy and His wis
dom give solace to the wounded hearts
bowed down in grief.
Death of Robert McCaa, Jr.
The following account of the tragic
death of Robert McCaa, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. L McCaa, former residents of
this town and parish, will be 'read with
the greatest regret by their friends here,
who remember Robert as a bright, man
ly and promising boy and his untimely
and tragic end is sincerely deplored.
Rrasex, Mis., Feb. 10, '09.
The remains of Robert L. McCaa, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McCaa, of
Tibbee, Miss., arrived here Sunday and
were interred in the family burying
ground at this place Monday mornmg.
Services were conducted at the grave
by the Rev. Mr. Black of the M. E.
Church, Port Gibson.
Robert met death in aragic manner,
being crushed beneath a moving height
train. He was sixteen years of age and
it seems indeed a cruel decree of fate that
a life so short and fqught with inch
bright prospects of noble manhood should
meet with such sudden and untimely
end. His young life was cut short in the
bloom of youth, when life is sweetest and
hopes of a happy future shine lrinhtest.
Intelligent, cheerful, kindhearted and
witty, he was a favorite with all who
1new him. He was the pride of a de
voted father and mother, whose lives are
saddened by the separation and in whose
hearts there is an aching void that this
world cannot fill. Mr. and Mrs. McCaa
have a wide circle of friends in this part
Sof the State who deeply sympathise with
them in their bereavement.
This is the second son this grief-strick
en couple have brought back from their
new home and buried in the old family
burying ground here within the last
twelve months.
Mr. Robt. Fowler, of Natches, is visit
ing his danghter, Mrs. R. R. Baldwin at
Osceols. While in St. Joseph Friday Mr.
-Fowler chanced to meet his old army
comrade, Mr. Wm. G. Fulton, and a
Shappy re-union these old soldiers had af
iI ter a separation lasting from the close of
he civil war.
The new schedule for the M., H. & L
went into effect last Sunday. The train
now leaves Natches at 6 a. m., iistead
of 6 s. m., as heretofore, pssing St. Jo
seph at 8:55 instead of 8:02. Though
the south bound leaves MeGehee later
than her former schedule, the time is
made up en route, which causes no
change in the schedule for this parish.
On Monday tL, 22nd February, the
principal of the St. Joseph High School
was thevictimof apractialdjokeat the
hands of*he former superiateadent, who
as a friendof thestudeat body, ied
an injunction against the principal, re
straining him from cenducting school
that day and csin eitationa to be
served by Deputy Sherif Rateli, eaiag
upon the aid princeipal to show why
school bohuld be held on War ng~e's
Sbirthday, a legal holiday throughout the
Union. The principal, it is aid, was srome
what perturbed and the least bit nervous
Sas helaed themajesty of thelaw, but
with his fculy, at once conelld to
• ofr u..antlans $hsdma, wish the
the addreas seqlopel e deligat
You Can Make Your Goths Y
If Gloth is ALL You Want in
Blut if yo want STYLE and FIT ya
must rely on your tailor.
Without them your Clothes are lik
soup without s..t.=
Do uo get the STYLE and fpIT ybt i
pay fer?
n SteinlDloch Smart Clothe" on
for they are made by modern ta.oI
methods, by skilled dhighly talor
who give to cloth FIT mad OTYSE
You pay a fair price for them, but y
get what you pay for, and what you see
on you before your purchase.
M. M. ULLMAN & CO.
417.41 MAIM sThhh .. . . NATCU, 1 t
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C. A. BESSAC, Jeweler.
successre To
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Ord scaled l for D isaeds os
snas ...rse, or ce .r .
I solicit a share of your patronage.
C. A. BESSAC. T .
Panama Tank Company,
Corrugated Galvanlzed Steel er
STOCK TANKS, WAON TANKS,
TRASH CANS, SMOKE STACKS,
Water Towers M M .
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