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r "ADMIRAL!" "A Ilittle Bit the Best Mower Ever Built." ALSO Rakes, Carriers, Presses, Forks and Oth cr Haying "Tools at Lowest Prices, Schwartz & Stewart, iGENTS NATeHEZ, MISS. Attention!! M. M. ULLMAN & CO. ARE NOW SNOWING STETSON'S Fall and Winter 1909-10 Shapes in New Colors. Your order is solicited. Same will be given prompt and careful attention. M. M. ULLMAN & CO., NATeHEZ, MISS. "Good elothes Since 1878." ' ' I II II NMr. Fred Skinner has returned frmin a visit to Cooper's \Well. f Mrs. N. C. Newell spent Wed- C n -lav wit h relatives in Newell- a toº. % 11r. and Mrs. Jno. G. Rucker ha , ritureid from their wedding h trip to lhot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith of ",lavll,,wr have return.d from a ,i-it t,, Ciipr's WV ll. Iivrs. A. 1N. Smith is visiting M rs. .lJ,opl G(jovne, nee Miss Ella c l'.rvy, at .lacks ton, Ia. .l,.,srs. ' . ..Ja',l, y antd L. de 1rl . . 4f N ,w,,lltn were visitors i,, St. Jo~.phl 'l'lliursiday. I rs.. T. E. ;race of Lake St. .I ,'- pI \\as among the visitors to t',,or's W\'1 last week. .11r,.1. S. . lohntin and Miss St, lla tari,liamn are visiting Mrs. l',rrv N1. Fun1 k on Bayou Vidal. l:v. Mr. Fon'taine has been1 ,. :e ,,,l this \\eek conducting re \\ l srv ,'. ait \\',,ley Chapel. M rs. C. C. Skinner and child ren at, visititg hr parents, Mr. ;a d .I 'rs. J. lI. n(;lice_, at "Moro." MIiss lIH)a U;nice has returned Iiin afte.r a pleasant visit to her ait,.r, Mrs. Skinncr, in St. Joseph. .Mlr. G. N. Clarke speut the \..k past w~ith his daughter, Mrs. ( lifto Child, at Bovina, Miss. Mr. Jto). T. Moore, Jr., has ac e. pled a position as shipping clerk f,,r :th, I nion Oil 1Mill at Gretua, La. NIr. L.uth,"r Ellis, of Memphis, sp at several daye in St. Joseph la t wek as the guest of Mr. aud ,lrs. W\\. J. Steen. liis Elial'th \\'Woods left Wed iedav for Martinville, Va., where '.ill 11 spend the month of Sep t. n,, .r withl relatives.-Picayune. Misses Pauline and Jennie Mor ris, of Vicksburg, spent several days in St. Joseph last week on a visit to their father, Mr. Juliau Morris, Messrs. J. G. Gorton and \ V D. A. Gorton have joined Mrs. Gorton and Mrs. C. II. Newell 1 at Mississippi City for a few weeks I; recreation, AMrs. M. W. Swords and Mrs. d Mayson McBride, of Opelousas, h La., are visiting Mrs. W. D. Cole- I man. Mrs. Swords is a sister of Mrs. Coleman. Mrs. II. W. May, Jr., and Miss Lila Hunter, accompanied by Mr. W. T. Lanius, came up last Sun- v day and spent the day with Mrs. a G. N. Clarke. Mr. Jos. M. Reeves accompanied Miss Mary Riddle to Tallluah I Sunday. Miss Riddle is visiting her friend, Miss Amanda McCain, for a few days. Mr. Sam W. Hazlip, Jr., went up to Isslnquena county, Miss., this week to visit his uncle, Mr. John Hazlip, a merchant and planter of that county. Mrs. Louis Buckner of Vidalia has returned home after a delight Sful visit to her sister-in-law, Mrs. Chas. McMurdo, at her summer home at Waveland, Miss. 1 Miss Amelia F. Marquez, who, r has been the attractive guest of ,Mrs. Robert Worrell for some time, returned on the Natchez this week to New Orleans. Miss Nona McCaa has returned - to resume her duties as night op :erator at the Exchange, after a delightful vacation spent at Vi ' dalia, Cheneyville and Baton Rouge. ' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Levy and d little son leave Saturday for New Orleans, where they will visit Mrs. Emanuel Levy. While in the city Mr. Levy will lay in his usual e fall and winter stock. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Willson have returned to Virginia after a r- fortnight's travel along the north I Atlantic seaboard. Dr. and Mrs. 'Li Edward Newell, who aooompanied Is them, have returned to their home in Cbattanogo. It will PAY YOU to investigate my stock of PORTLAND CEMENT, Mr. PROPERTY OWNER: AC'IE PLASTER, FIRE AND BUILDING BRIO, PLASTER PARIS, PROPERTY W .sPRINGFIELD LIME, White, Cool, Stroag, a- RUCHTER'S DURABLE PAINTS AND VARNISHES. 115 S. COMI: ti I KT. R. E. BO ST, Natchez, Miss. LON(i 1)1.IA1I .AN l() 1. No. 06 Religious Senices Sunday. Sunday SellIi at th, i'liol C'hurch Suli2U vl ni lriIg aIt Ili ,'clock. Servic'' S-uidav 2lilht ill St Joseph I 0 1' Chu'tLr!L1. -rayer ineetiig \\'di-- . 41 ,- l ,,._,4 1 ht. um tlliu. ,llit r I IIII I . rI,, I . ,)n tl gr.r i il i!-a , 1. \! Il,'! ' :1- \\, !1 h1).i ly it1\ it, .(l. Sers ices at Ne%'elltIn. I;'\ . I'. II 'l lil l' , , . I 1 111 \ . I I 11u 1ý' ll ..111 '1' 1.j .I A . ".t l' riIIx. Nll it--- , I,.t II, " . Il ,i tI , ll, ti l l, ' nll ' .I ; ,' . i .! .. . 1 _ i,) , 41 '. itr-1 "lTlhu- T H ' i, l.,)' a i.ll s ,.l l i n I-. \ agh11, I ! Li, \11 .--,1. Iin,' u I' t1I 1 yilit. Niu. 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I1 :1 1l M i- I,, -a'4 G illl,"'k, t of lif r i , ii" il S , t.- S I-l ijct oft ' cltn- ri Il'n l l liiI rt, ir t,. 'i',ilte - n i,, w I I-u -r1kII r-, t IIL m ar- I' ri t ng,r t, tak, lla'''" 11 i 'I ti, ,, ,r. \ Tfh i a ,. ,'i i t I ,,t N I t, t:W l:, ll) I' from th,. Nato 'I,1.-. l,, ,,'rat ,f i t :well and fa', raitly knll um , N it ful at to iwhmil ur h,.lartll'st c,1-gl Llrtu lationu arke ,x1t, lu, d. it IeMrs. l. \\ l I. I.iuld -,d ) , ti , ti, seph, lr'turnd ielt Fridiay niglt t Sglasd to sa them l -lliearlit -martke h onsidfieal trip t1 Ni'w t Yoirkd a in 'rennessiee. fMr t. -t Joer.s lICft 4their Ir, iiig' here s.v,.r'al w,,k. , t : a,,, n pay hJke a Clubt, iMr-c. I':trnal, J I New York, th. r'" that lady will s Iiv' ill futur,, m illh h,,r .hil nlr,,i, iI and Breurind ilee, Pcled fir Beanfw . days at h u,,vill,, T'.n., with I: 1, her , two l.auxgh "lr-, \1i-4s Lo, , lI ,ndlersn and M r,. \\V. C. Young. h f M rs. ]lf'nd,,r 1,n 14 k4 . ... 1 and , enjoy,,d lhr trip v,.ry n'u'l. Sh', . ejury ld G irou ld, 8 ful , ml poud, 1.00 Best 1,00o, on m lrket. h Best coofee on market. Notice to the Public. We wish to inform our friends and customers that our junior member, Mr. German Baker, has gone to St. Louis to buy goods r ',or our FALL and WIN- HON EY TER trade, which we ex pect to have in stock by ev, the BEST and PUR September 15th. Our stock EST, in any quantities. will be large, varied and WATER WHITE well assorted. HONEY We believe we know I Comb.......lOc Sqr. the wants of our custom- Extracted.....80c (al. ers thoroughly and shall w. R. BAKER, endeavor to satisfy their Residence Phone.No.30 every desire. l'oward this end we re spectfully ask a continu ante of the same liberal patronge we have so long enjoyed. W. R.Baker & Son St. Joseph, La. | i i ~p5 Attention, Teachers and e Patrons. \ 1, ,I.,)- I',:'h1.r.' Institute will con in, i . .,,-'ph ,n Monday, S.pteiim I..r ,h, at l0 a,''lck A. M . All the w I itt' tl.: Ii'r- i ti 111 parish are herhby Iýý itiaI,.l t.+ atte*lln tli Institute. I will ( ., i, tru,'t I ,, t" the teachers as to the . i t- ,rk. and we rill discuss the i ll-' 'I -t, ly a tialpe.i ouit by the a tat. 'h, lat irt'uires the teachers to :ttto'.1I thI,-," lI-titut.s, so I shall expect . ",I O.t libaL'. \t ith the law on the part r ,,I t. t.'ah'r'-. 'ITh law will be founl in I, In-tittiti" M-lriuals which I will place a tli h t.I- ,I t.\i ry teacher in the par TII. \hit ' -,'l,,ils at St. .J.iseph, Wa tl. Ir,.,t. I ,lta It rig., I 'ross Keys, Enola, INll,. 1n1,l Ell.'er Sha h.e ill open on C \\'1w n.J.-,lay.' l ý st hIrt" r sth. 1+h. it\ ltfI' -.oh ....ls at Newellitfn, lime tiL t\ie\ l Ni'e light and Dickard I pit i 'I'lurs1day, Septeilber 9th. 'I liiu. 1. W lADE, Parish Supt. lDr. Clarke, dentist, has returned frin \\'at trprf f,a id can be found at his ollicfe in St. Joseph. Meassrs. linry Smyth and Jos. luisir oIf \Vavertree, were visitors to St. .Joselph last Saturday. IMr. l:odd Harper was a visitor to St. .Joseph this week after an I abstunct of some ten years or more. Philip Bovens, Ain old pauper in jail, died Tuesday morning and was Iuried in the School Section. \Warner & Searles Co. are mak ing a speialty of summer shirts whii,h they are closing out at cut Luiis Blackman has now with him It is kinsman, Paul Blackman, I who hak recently arried in this Mr. and Mrs. L. Karpe have taken the Steen residence on the pl, ank road, which has recently utndirgi,,ioe repairs. SIr. .Jflplih Levy spent Sunday i it i lfriendls at Lorman, Miss. .JilE sefm)s to have good deal of Ihsintls over that way just now. NIt. Gi,rman Baker has returned from St. Louis, where he went to lay ii his fall and winter stock whit ih will be on display about 1 S,.ptember 15th. Tit, Natchez passed up Satur day tnight with a good cargo. She i, aririid a bIrass hand and some Iwl tty or more passengers, round " triprs, from New'Orleans. if- -' J. Watts Kearny & Sons, 419-423 Gravler Street, NEW ORLBEANS, . * LA. BUILDING & PLASTERING MATERIAL. DEXTER PORTLAND eBMBNT, FIRE BRIeKS, SEWER PIPE. fire Clay Stove Pipe and fittings, PAINTS, OILS, TAR, BRUSHES. aWWrite for Plea.. Cotton picking is beginning in C earnest almost every where in the I parish and if the good weather l continues the fleecy staple will tl not be very long in being gathered h The trade editions of the New Ct Orleans dailies issued September 1st maintained their usual stand- d ard of excellence both in quantity * and quality of matter given the reading public. t Mr. F. H. Curry became so ill , while with the camping party at r Cooter Point this week as to ne cossitate his being brought home.~ We are glad to learn that he is now practically recovered. \Ve are glad to learn that Mr. Wallace Paul, who has been in New Orleans for some time, has recently passed an examination in civil service and is lI'ted for a position in the Custom House this fall. The "Sunny South," the float inlg palace show of W. R. Markle, gave an exhibition at St. Joseph lower landing on Wednesday night This is always a good show and never fails of :appreciation by the public. A big consignment of poles and cross-arms and general construc tion material has been shipped to St. Joseph for use in rebuild ing the line of the Cumberland Telephone Co. along the M., H. & L. to Arkansas. The work of construction is expected to begin soon. Messrs. S. Marks, Hy. Isaacs and Leopold de Vries were in St. ' Joseph Saturday on business con nected with the sale by the Sheriff Y of the store building and grounds in Newellton of Maurice Lewis f and known as the "Gem Saloon." The property was bought in by d S. Marks & Co. t The Jewish world will on Sep k tember 16th celebrate the New t Year known in the Jewish calen dar as Rosh Hashona, 5670. The day is one of the most sacred in e the Hebrew church and is ob e served by the faithful by the clos d iifg of stores and complete suspen sion of business. Cooper's Well Water. We are receivinglage quantities of this justly celebrated Water fresh from the Well daily, in boxed glass demijohns, in which none of its virtue is lost. Start a Coopers Well at home by putting live gallons of this water in your ice chest and avoid the inconvenielnce and expense of a trip to the Well. Also exclusive Agents for Gibson and Crazy Well Water. THlE OLD RELIABLA A, G. CASSELL CO., - l Dit-ncM Pho.m 2ZZ-201 - - VICKSBURG, MISS. "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., 7 W T NW[[LTON. LA. Digest of the GaM Laws. F pros It is unlawful to catch, trap or kill, or Ti pursue with intent to catch or kill any and otter, beaver, mink, raccoon or opossum between the first day of March and the Whe fifteenth day of November. This pro vision does not apply to perons killing minks, coons or opossums about their 1 premises or cultivated land to prevent il depradations. tail he penalty for the above is a fine of thir not less than $10.00 or more than $100.00 T or imprisonment in the Parish jail for and not less than ten days, or both fine and ides imprisonment at the discretion of the ? Court. Ing thoe All deer and fish found in the State of not Souisiana are declared to be the property or of the State. less It is unlawful for any person within or I the State of Louisiana to catch, kill, or have in his possession, living or dead, any deer or fish, or to purchase or offer byi the same for sale, except as permitted by s law. rp It is unlawful to snare, trap or catch ' deer. It is unlawful to kill a doe or fawn at anl time. It is unlawful to hunt or kill deer be tween the hours of sunnown and day ' break, or to kill deer di4ven to high land by overflow or high water at any time. fli The closed seeson for deer is seven months of each year, and as fixed by the be Police Jury of Tenes such closed season to begins on the first day of March and or I ends with the first day of October. Dur- ill ing such closed season it is unlawful to ion hunt with hounds or in any maner to 1 annoy or destroy any wild deer. It is hib provided by law that the months ofth May, June, July, and the first fifteen 191 days in August shall be included in the sioc closed season as fixed by the Poliee Jury. en, It is unlawful to kill more than two 191 deer in one day, or more than six deer for in one season. to It is unlawful to catch or kill black kill base, commonly known as ee trout the between the first day of Februs the fifteenth day of May; striped bas, h commonly known as bar fish, between tuw the first day of December and the brit It day of March, unless the same be caught to with a hook and line attached to a pole tio or held in the hand. tIa It is unlawful to use dynamite, drugs or sawdust for the purpose of ctchi or killing fish. It is unlawful to kill an at night by method of "striking." Sein ing or netting of any description is pro hibited except on the written permission of the Game and Fish Commission; andor I Game Wardens are empowered to conBs- o cate seine or nets being used without per- tw mission. da It is unlawful to sell, exchange, ex pose, or offer for sale or exchange, to have in possession, or to keep in Cold W Storage, either for one's self or for others, any deer or fish during the closed season provided herein for the same, irrespeat f f wve of the time when or place where the same were killed or caught. It is unlawful for.any railroad r Com mon carrier to transport beyond the aon- bi fines of this State any deer or fish above a named. The penalty for the violation of an of t the above provisions is a fine of not s A than $10.00 nor more than $25.00 as ap plied to deer, and not les than $1.00 or in more than $5.00 as applied to fish. The t fine being increased for each additional 11 5 fish or deer. a, Non-residents and unnaturalised foreign born residents are prohibited from hunt- U ing for market or profit; the penalty in such case is not less than 50.00 or more than $100.00 or imprisonment in the Parish jail not less than ten days or h w more than thirty, or both at the discre- a tion of the Court. me All birds, both resident and migratory, are declared to be the property of the State. b- It is unlawful to sell or have in psses sion for sale, the skin or body or plum age of any of the birds proteed by the , -. laws of this State. The following birds are defined a t game birds: geese, brant, ducks, rail f (mud hens), coots (pole d'ear) - i nules, snipe, woodcock, and ipers (chorooks and papaboote), tattlers, cur lews, plover, wild turkey, imported pheasant, grouse, prairie chickens, quail, doves. 1 It is unlawful to kill, snare, trap or in any way take, capture, annoy, or de stroy the folowing named birda during the closed season as herelafter provided: The closed season for doves is from March 1st to September list: geese, brut, ducks, rails (mud hens), coots (ponle d'ean), gallinuales, tattlers, curlews and plover March 1st to October lst; wild turkey cocks April 15th to November lt, wood duck, March 1st to November let, quail, wood duck, March let to Novem ber let; sandmpipe (rschorooks and Pap bsote) May 15th to sd bher lt; blue winged teal ducks Apil 1th to October 1st. The killing of wild tmrkey hens i prohibited at any season of the year. The English sparw, Cooper's Hawk, Duck Hawk, Sharp Shinned Hawk and Great Horned Owl are eecialy except ed from the above prtecon Crows, crow black-birds or red-winged black-birds, when destructive to crops, may be killed oa the premie of the per son whose crops are injured, King Fishere, on account of their in jury to levees, are also excepted from the above protection. The penalty for the violation of the above is a fine of not les than 5.00 or Smore than $10.00 or himprisoamment for not less than five or more than ten da, or both at the disremtion of the Court each bird or nowt or set of egg taken, had or destroyed contrary to the above provisions. The license for non-resident hunters and unnaturalized foreign born residents is $25.00 and is gooId only in the Parish where it is issued. The flue for a non resident hunter or unnaturalized foreign born resident hunting without a license is not less than $50.00 or more than $100.00 or imprisonment in the Parish jail for not less than ten or more than thirty days, or both. The license for nreident hunters is $1.00 and is good throughout the State. A res ident may hunt on the lands which he owns without a license. A resident hunt ing without a license on lands other than those owned by him is liable to a fine of not less than $.5.00 or more than $10.00 or imprisonment in the Parish jail not less than three or more than five days, or both. Game and lish wardens are appointed by the Board of (;anIe and Fish Commis sioners, and are authorized not only to report all infringements of the law but to arrest the violators thereof without the necessity of first procuring a warrant. They are also authorized to make neces sary search and examination of cold storage, warehouses, boats, stores, cam, conveyances, vehicles, gamei bags, game coats, fish baskets, and other recepticles for game whenever they have causi to believe that any of the above laws have been violated, and they are authorized to seize and take pwssession of any or fish, or parts thereof which have killed or taken contrary to the provis ions of this law. The killing of summer ducks is pro hibited at any season of the year until the open season following July 5th, 1910. The killing or havingin posses sion of woodcocks and prairie chick ens is prohibited until December 1, 1910, after which date the 'closed season for the sanme will be front February let to December 1st. It is made unlawful to kill or destroy more than twenty-five of the birds above mentioned within any one day of the open season, and the hunting of the same is prohibited be tween the hours of sunset and sunrise. It is made unlawful to capture or attempt to capture any of the birds above men tioned at any time, or to destroy or at tempt to destroy or to take the nests or es of the same. It is made unlawful to kill any of the above named birds by any means other than with an ordinary gun capable of being held to and shot from the shoulder. It is unlawful to sell or offer for sale, or to have in possession for the purpose ' of ale my of the above named birds be tween the first day of March and the irst day of the next open season therefor, as ell as during the regular closed season provided herein. It is made unlawful for aay common carrier to transport any of the above named birds out of the confines of this State. Non-resident hunters having a Hi cause are allowed twice in each season to carry home with them two wild turksys~ twenty-five ducks, snipe or rail, and 11 birds of other varieties hereinabove e named. The package in which the same are transported must be so arranged that its contents will be exposed to view. A non-resident hunter is one who resides out of the State. All package contain r i dead .ame or parts thereof, when shipped wthin the State, must be - ly marked with the nameof oonSrf and consignee, and the itemised state ment of the number and variety of itl n contents, aud must be so constructed as to admit of easy examination of its con tents. SIn order to post premises, it is re e quired that a written warning against 'r hunting on the same shall be posted In a conspicuous place," and thit public notice of the same shall be given by pub lication in three consecutive issumes of the newspaper published nearest to said prop penalty for the violation of the above provisions is declared to be a fine n-of not less than $5.00 or niore than $10.00 he or imprisonment in the Parish jail for not less than five days or more than thir St, or both at the discretion of the Court il ech bird unlawfully killed, captured, 1- sold, offered for sale, had in ss for sale, purchased, exchanged, hippd, r- carried, transported or attempted to l p, ad earry or transport either within or wit il, out the State or had in posession dering the cosed season. I- It is unlawful to kill, catch, trap or ing pursue any wild bird, whether migrato I: or.resident, or to have the same in pa m session whether living or dead, or to e t, the same for sale, other than sueh e s are declared by the law of this mad State to be game birds, and sech oth rild birds as are hereinbelow especially ex ot, cepted. It is also unlawful t* take or Lt, destroy or attempt to take or destroy the sm nest or eggs of the same, or to have them f- in p osnn excelpt as permitted by law. SThe penalty for using a trap or cagel or br nt or other dt'vie for the purpose of C e catching wild birds in a fine of not Il er. than $5.00 or nmore than $10.00 or ia wk, prisonment in the Parish jail not les and than five nor more than ten dayl. (ame spt- Wardens are authorized to liberate any birds found in possession contrary to this acd t. o A householder lmay keep one reiest per- and one migratory bird in cages a a pet, provided the name is not kept for sale c r in- shipped out of the .tate. Ornothal Sthe holding the reqluiite cert'fcate ae e eepted from the provisions of this gL. the I---- Sor Grated sand slioed, eyesleu .m if orelr e pineapple for stbirtW , t 3ie Uo at rpe's.