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The Tensas Gazette.
ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. n
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1909
ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDITOR. c
S1tSCRLIPTaIMIN V¥.ARLY *
Iw Atlvaer. $1.50
Mr. lasdill t Visit St. Ioseph.
Hon. .Jseph E. Rans dell and :in
able corpse of State andI Natin:il
agricultural advocates, as has been
previously alnnollrlncled. aret to tur
the Fifth (',ngressional I)istrict ,,f
The itinerary of MIr. Ri c-dt'll
will include every parisI in th,
Fifth Congressiinal I )istrict . MIr.
Ransdell will e. a,.otmpanied on
his tour by the following gentlt'tnn :
J. A. Evanis, of the IUnited I Stat'
Department of Agriculture, and 1)i
rector W. R. )tdsotn, l)r. WV. 11.
Dalrymple and J. B. Garrett ,f tlih
State Experiment Stations.
St. Joseph will be reaclled on,
Wednesday, Octolber 8th, and the
hour appointed fr speaking is 1()
o'clock a. m.
The following will Ibe the pr,,
gram for the occasion :
CORN RAIsISo,-Mr..1. B. G(;arrctt,
Director Calhoun State Experiment
Hoos AND (ATTrI.EL-Mr. W\. F.
Ward, Bureau of Aniumal Industry,
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
D'VERSIFICATION.--Mr. J. A. Evans,
Farmers' Co-operative Demnstra
tion Work, U. S. Department of
Naceserry a ' CHAN;E IN F.\11M
CROPS AND METHaos--Hon. .Josephl
E. Ransdell, Member of Congress,
Fifth District of Louisiana.
This meeting as explained is for
the purpose of improving general
conditions and successfully comn
batting old, as well as new, enemies
The speakers who represent the
State and National Departments of
Agriculture are eminent specialists,
and will give practical advice of thei
greatest interest to all.
Everyone who wishes tto see great
er prosperity should be present and
should induce his neighbors to at
tend also, and all should stand to
gether under the slogan : "Plenty
of Hog and Hominy for loiirne se
and Some to 'Sell."
Owing to the present condition
of agricultiral affairs in this State.
it behooves our farmers to take ad
vantage of every opportunity to in
crease their knowledge and improve
the practices of their profession.
The boll weevil has wrought great
changes in Louisiana Agricultu re.
The men whose names appear above
have devoted years of study to these
important problems and are amenitt
the foremost adlvocates of the day
of our "new agriculture."
Not only should you make it
your business to hear tlhe liscus
sions, but you are urged to interest
as many of your friends as possiht
and see that they are also in at
tendance. This is a rare opptrtu
nity for hearing the subjec't of ag
riculture in its different phases dlis
cusmed by men who are thoroughly
familiar with our needs, and n,
farmer or permon interested in agri
culture in the Fifth Congressional
SDistrict should fail to avail himsell
of one of these meetings.
The Gazette extends sincerest
congrtlaulations to its esteemed
neighbor and contemporary, the
Waterproof Enterprise, oin the cel
ebratiou of its tifth birthday.
The Enterprise was launched on
the troubled sea of journalism on
September slet, 1904, since wlhich
time it has labored well and
faithfully, "inii seasons of joy and
hours of sorrow," for the welfare
of its town and parish. The pa
per has remained under one man
agemeut this entire period, and
Bro. Hunter deserves the grent
est praise for his faithful and
tireless efforts towards maintain
nlug a most respectable sheet, one.
that reflects credit on the entire
Throughout the life of our
neighbor the happiest relation
ship has existed between the En
terprise and the Gazette, and we
avail ourselves of this opportuni
ty to express our sincere appreci
ation of the good feeling and
fellowship that has grown up and
become so lasting between the
two forces that are laboring so
industriously for the commou
good of our parish and people.
We congratulate the Enterprise
wpon entering the sixth year of
its existence and earnestly hope
it gP ,J yet many years of
rthless and aotsperitts
The political pilt is )regiliililg
to "hile" in our sister town of
\\Waterproof. The muniici pal pri
mary for that, town is fixed for
September 3t1th, wheln nominees
for Mayor and the Board of Al
dermen will be sf-lected,. Th, only
candidate for Mayor who, has an
nounced in the. Enterprise as vet
is Mr. N. B. Ilunttr. who has
held the mavoralty of \Vaterproof
for a ilnumbIter of succes5i\v't tl'lerms,
:nd uriing who-e long and coil
stervative ad( 11111nist rat iol, so mllan
.,f the mu1it ,'1ip):1l ailc ti',"me nt
tiw eio.'Ied I iv that towIl wti .1'r.
m ade. Th1 ' t+',"'r t iII th, rac,'
,e., lter, ii t , s,.I ' ti'nl ,,t' a lia rI
,f Ahlermtel. T'henr are five m.m
;101-, t I,, ,' , alnd t ll,, fare
eiht candidat,'s ha.v, anno,,unc,'ed,
viz: M. Kullman, D. J. Shlton,li
W. I). A. Gorton,; Louis T. lunlt
er, H. M. Marks, H. 1.. Conneir.
II. I'. Seamaln andl Frank Mas
solny. The first four are preosnt -
eiicuimbeints. All tlie candida:tes,
are good man and if elected would
imake splenl id ,oflii:als.
()Our Jewish fellow-citiz.tii on t
Thursday ottiserved their Nw
Year lRsh liashota, 5671, Iy t h,
S,'elsilg tf str''s and su.lpl i-sitii
of all Iu.s ..ine* Ip rI-nit '. I)D ,' to,
this Jewishi hholiday there were
t but five store opn,' viz: \V. R.
Blaker & Son, St. Jose.lJph Drug
(,o., S. P. ltHornslty. Mrs. P'aul
and Go,. H. \,oods. In additio,
however, sever:al Italan fruit
shops and luiicli counters were
open. The business housIs (closed
were: O. Levy & Co., Leon Karp-,
Louis Blackman, Albert Mayer,
Emile Mayer, S. A. Marcus, Sam
Wexler and Julius Morris. The
two saloons being closed the town
presented a very dry and perhaps
r thirsty appearance.
TIhe 25th instant, Yorn Kipur,
or Day of Atonement, is the most
solemn day in the Hebrew calen
dar. This, which is the Holy of
Hloly days, occurs on Saturday,
I and the stores of our Jewish
merchants will also be closed on
Thie ~i1ople f Ttinsas ptrish ,t
the river front will Iihave, oll,rtu
nity tot sit the flottilla or torpt Ito
luats wlhitl alr to pass ul ti he
river tpossibly ti-lilturro,w (.Satuiir ly)
to join tih l'resident's fleet ant lit '
o vnpg y saul. tn l his trip ,l,,\\It thl.
Mississippi to thc l4tkes-to-tlh-g ulf
l)eep WVaterway ttConvention in New
t()rleans 1 ext Month.
The flotilla is in .connntd of
-Lieutniiant Mit-chell and li milprise
the I )stroyer Macl) onoughl and the
tottrpetlo Ioats Thorinton, Tingey a'nd
at Wilkes. The MatI ' tc on ugl, i Lis'I utti
ant Mitchells 'tlagship. Lieutena nt
('harles Blakely is in ',onunmnul ,,f
the Tlitirntiin, Ensign Warrtn - .
Nixon tf the Tii tgey, alnd Fnsign
(e,,. C. H'egraiii the Wilkes.
The ttrpe, t, Ibats Tingty and
Vilkes are well knti wni at Nathez,
having 1 sen that itly's guests dur
ing the I last Carnival telt-liriiti.i .
it Some time recently Mr. V. C.
u- Swigert, of "*(lfeiidale," this parl.
Sish, ,lost a hiiorse, which hle sus
l)iciontld hail Ittin stolon. Hie
ly notified the Sheriff, givin g d,,
n scription of thlie animal, atd rI.it
n- quested hIim to ie on Ithe utlntik
[lI Last week the SheritY learned that
lf a horse answering the descriptiont
of the one lost by Mr. Swigert
t had beenu sold by a negro to Mr.
d Chetwood, who is managing Mr.
.1. P. Harrison's rice farm. Mir.
SSwigert was notified a, at ,ne,
idettified tlhe hrse is his own
n property, whereupon it was i-ll
Smleiately surrendered by M r.
h Ietw otod, whIo una fortu nately i
tilut his purchase prica, $25.0 i,
d and thoIe negro wiho was the stlt
.,e beneficiary ty th ie transaction had
g. "skiddoed" some time ahead and
i. hiis whereabouts are n)w ukIIknowi.
S The C ooley-Thorn show boat
d "Wonderland" reached St. Jo
, seph Tuesday and gave a very
clean anud creditable perforaiuce.
re The law firm oa Tullis & Reeves
lteing dissolved, Mr. J,,s. N1.
rr teeves will contirsi the p:actice
Sttf law ftr his ttwn account, will
" oflice at St. Joseph. Mr. Reeves
e is a very bright and studious
* young attorney and is devoted t,
i his profession. By close applica
d tLn to husiness he is gradutlly
d working up a good practice in this
e and adjoining parishbs. All mat
- ters entrusted to him will receivi
In prompt and careful attentiion.
AI At Karpe's
f Jockey Club, Mocha and Javi
e]Braud Coffee, Parched in Bean
t and Ground, 8 fall pounds, $1.00
Bout ootef on marketi
The advent of Fall catches.us still
heavily stocked with Summer (oods
and lI.ow Quarter Shoes, which we
must dispose of to itmake room for our
Large and Complete Stock of Winter
(Goods soon to arrive.
For tite Next CO Days
Ve i! dispose of al! Summller (foods
and Iow Quarter Sho'es f,,r 1eta. XWo=
lmen and Children at actua~il cost prices
Phone No. 'A - I *ree IDe iicr.
The Medicinal Value of Whiskey
is admitted by the highest medical authorities Indeed for
many slight disorders it is a safe and certain cure. But to be
effective, it must be the genuine, pure, natural article like
Sunny Brook .
TIE PURE FOOD
SUNNY BROOK is unsurpassed as a wholesome pleasant
stimulant or an Invitoratin", h, althful tonic. Every drop is distilled,
aged and bottled under the direct supervision of U. S. Government
Inspectors and its absolute p'urit" and mellowness make its use Iwrfectly
safe and free from harmful 7tfcots. The "Green Government Stamp'l
over the cork of each bottle states the correct age, proof anti quantity
SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO.. Jeferson Co.. Ky.
4 FULL QUARTS-=$
BY EXPRESS PREPAID
From any of the following Distributors:
F.t:fte of Chia-. 'ian.i y, t . .......... ... New Otrletan, ta.
11. I. Hiller Liquor Co., .......... Ne'w (hOrleat, JLa.
Y.tchimii BIrot. .................... Neirw ()rleans. la;i.
S. Fu'nkensteiu & o. .tld.. ...........* Othut.s. I.a.
II. SC(YOTT 1.IQU Oi: (" ....21-.212 ( hartra . Si.. N. O.
Parker-Illake ( ................ ... ... New Orlhan . La.
,. . ( DaP nil & Co. ................ N. i); leans, Ia.
J. i . i r.1. M u.xl : 1 . .. ................. "l :trka n:., T, .
f.. .%. liernard l iquo:: r ('o., ............ I. -a u Mlnttl. 'T'e .
T,. (' ('lirk. ......................... .h.1-: ,di, rI.
SHIPPED IN PLAIN BOXES. SEND REMITTANCE WITH YOUR ORDER.
NO GOODS SHIPPED C. O. D.
PURE AND FRESH.
SNATCHEZ ORUG COMPANY,
PEARL ST. ' PR 1
~-~---,.---...... 7------ --
'Phone 170 for RETAIL Department
S and 27 for WHOLESALE Department.
" TH E UTE" SOUTE COLLEGE.
SCHGOL OF BUSINESS." U
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
t':ilht h, 0 iven the be.t trainln to prC
pl r tl h . for ,'ncs - in bus.ines .
o1 PLt.1,t.tl Instrnction, Free rln.ptoy
innt I)epartmnient. Comtplete Colle-ge
Ii.ank. College Store and Wholesale
Not misrepresrentations to secure stu
dhnts. Throu,;h the succesa of its
22000 former students, Soule College
is recognizedl verywhere as a Wide
Awake, Pr.ctlcal. Popular and Sac
GEO. 8OUJ & SONS.
Schedule M., H. & L. R. R.
(It Ef, et Mu ,h 20. 100.)
SOUTH itli'N "). STATI(N. NORTH BOUND.
Lott. Paso:Nlr.. PStsl:;NtiR LOCAL.
7.01 AM .00 AM - - MCfiEllE . Ar2.10 PM 4.50 P.M.
17.06 .0- - M< IE IE .F J 'T. 2 .0 4.45
17.25 8.12 T Il J T. 1.% 4.01
10.00 I.i - * ALI.E " 1.8l 3.22
.10.4.13 1 -V N - 1.28 2.12
11.4 9 "2 - LAK " VoI,. GE - 1.10 1.I0
;2.L5 PM 91 - N F - 12.6 12.25
2.4, 9t28 -€ 'r )I 12.I 11.- 5 A. M
2.00 9. 5 . il iil. 1'. 10.05
2.22 9.5 R I, S\D - 12. 9.55
27 10. - - K .\ K. 1.11 9.35
? 10.11 ,ll , KIN. I, . 12.t P. It. 9.17
3.25 10.'-H 11.51 A . 8.52
Ar 4.00P.M.10.50 I, \KE PROV F :: ,NCE - 11t.i Ar 4.30 P.M
Iv 7.00A. 10.50 i I,5K P I\-titENt E -t11. LVi .20 A. M.
7.40 11.1 - - TRAN':LV . NIA - 1I.II 3.40
R.05 11.31 - AI 'l TI . 3.19
8.50 11.50 EN K . 2.44
9. 1 lI . P.1 M Mt .1 FOi I 1a.) 2.19
9.12 12.2 -T l i L ii 10. 1.50
10.12 12.I - - - 10.12 1.18
10.50 12.51 - ALLI T o xYOU 10.00 12.51
I.ll 1.O4 - - '1 i Y *'.51 12.24 P. 3.
11..50 120 - - ) Ol ER..T . 9.38 11.50
1 '12 . M. 1.05 - N 1iW ., L T(N . 9.19 11.15
12.45 2.05 LA.KE BRIIEN 9.04 10.53
1.06 2.22 - i. ."IOSEIPH 8.49 10.30 P. 3
1.8 2.45 - LCUt'ST RIDGE - 8.31 9.50
1.8 2.56 - GOLDMAN 8.13 9.10.
1.01 8.01 - WATERPROOP 8.14 9.19
.45 P.M. 8.5 P.M. - CLAYTON JCT. - 'r 7.7 A. M. Lv 3.18 A. 3.
Ar .18P. i. 1.0P. M. FERRIDAY Lv 7.10A. M. Lvt7.0A. M.
Governer Sanders Advises Farmers.
To the Cotton Growers of the
State of Louisiana:
It is evident that the cotton
crop of the South will he short
this year, and especially the
Louisiania crop. It is also evident
that the people will have to get
a v.rvi much higher price for the
I ttt tha that they have made, or
else they will be practically driv
nII out of the cotton growing bu
-iti', s. It is also evident that if
the crip is rushed to the market
aiid sold as fast as gtlned, that a
smal pr'ice will necessarilv o,'taii.
o iii a .t rad ,al slow marketing of
thll a n, will s,,cure hb tter pric-,,
'Th, fhirirs should, ther 'tio r,.
-,I alowly and just as the mills
,,,d it. s.lli tg ontly when the
lpro.' i..s high and withdrawiilg
their cotton frotm sale entirely on,
If the farmers will adhere strict
ly to this plan of marketing, they
will get the best price obtainable
for their cotton, and it should
be followed by every cotton grow
er of the South.
J. Y. SANDERS, Governor.
The Waterl)roof Enterprise of
last week contained the following
Capt. A. P. Martin has beoen
contined to his home by illness
thl past two days.
Mi s Beulah Shelton is visiting
friends in Catahoula parish, prior
to returning to Natchez.
iMrs. (Clarence Yaneey, of Jones
ville, La., is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Yrncey, At Eldershade.
Mr. M. Kullman left the early
part of the week on a purchasing
tour to Memphis and St. Louis.
Misses Pauline and Eloise Bow
man left this week for Brookhaven,
.Miss., where they enter VWhit
Mr. F. Massony left Sunday for
Convent, La., where he placed Iis
s5ia(, Dominick, in Jetferson Col
ege. Mr. Mr. Massony returned VWed
Misses Blanche Salomon and
R,-intte Abrahm, of Newelltoi,
and Mr. Mose Scheyer, of New
Orlleans, were guests of Mmes. Mi
t(oldberg and P'auil Jacilby this
Misses Corinne and Edna DollI
;d Master Louis Albbott. after
l· l :tis: tat visit of some length
.i"L .. and Mrs P. II. Flontaine,
i 0r' t,,Itn 1 to rleait s t his week,
cinmpai.ied by Mrs. Foittaiile.
Mr. Iten Yanier, well known
Sr'r,, especitally by ou lder cit
zp its, atnong wht hlie made his
d tome imany 'years, was a visitor
to town Mioaday. Mr. Yamer is
Pin tihe employ of the Cudahy Pack
iars. E. L. Collins has ns her
Sguest Mrs. P. IL. Belltlger lof
SNatchez, who will be with herg
Ssomle several days.
P Miss Jessie Hunter left yester
for RImie, Georgia, where she will
rre-enter Shorter College. She was
P accoimpaniel to Tallulah Ily hot
fat her, Mr. I,. B. Hunter.
A painful aeecidet Ielfell Mr.
i Hugh Marron, Sunday, which all
were glad to know turned out iiit
Sseritous. Mr. Marroni, with Mr.
p (has. Seddota and Mr. Moore, was
Sriding oi a hand-cear, when aibotii
sa mile bheliw town the car becam
d. ierailed, precipitating thetn to
the grouilnd. All got off without
injury except Mr. Marron, whosC e
lhead struck a rail, splitting th
Sscall some two inches, rendering
him semi-uncoascious for a short
while. A physician and carring
w-re sumtmated as quickly as
,iiild ie daalae and his woitiad
dirssed, which is heali tag very
TI,'le second auattal convin t ion
if the 'J',tasa-Coticordia Sniaday
Sdl ,,,al Association wai held ii
Waterplroof Tuesday and W\dnes
day of this week. The Conventtiot
is composed of the Sunday Schools
if Tensas and Cotcordia parishes
T he sessions of the conventioi
were conducted by Miss Susie Ju
den, of New Orleans, superintendl
ont of the elementary department
of State Sutiday Schools, whos
talks were exceedinghv iinterestin:
aand instructive. The followint
• officers were elected to served fot
the coining year: W. D. A. Gor
atint, l)resident; Dr. G. N. Clarke,
vice-president, and Guy N. Hunti
, r, secretary-treasurer.
Mgr. J. F. Moshier is now very
busy repairing the Newellton,
KAshiwood and Tallulah .litacs and
placitag them in condition for use
until the Col)ppr linie aloig the
M., H & L. is completed. Mr.
\W'ill McCamley was out on the
Newelltoa litie Thursday and re
paired all temporary damage.
Will is fast developing into a first
clans operator and trouble-man,
md is; becoming popular in tel,
Great Sacrifice Sale
We are closing out our IMMENSE
STOCK REGARDLESS OF COST.
It will pay you to come One Hun
dred Miles to attend this Sale.
Such an opportunity may never
occur again. DON'T MISS IT.
$75. Suit of Furniture $25.
$8.00 Mattress $3.00
$3.00 A. W. Springs $1.50
Best 180 Warp Japanese of China Matting
35c to 60c Values, 20c per yard, roll $7.50
All other goods in proportion.
Mail Orders receive prompt attention.
Send in your orders, they will be filled to
your entire satisfaction.
We Pay the Freight.
ANCHOR SUPPLY CO.,
Sunday 's Picayune contained
the following social notes from
St. Joseph: .
Capt. Robert Worrell has re
turned from a business trip to
Mrs. G. 1I. Clinton entertained
the Euchre Club Saturday after
noon . The prize, a pair of silk
hose, was won by Miss Mattle
Mrs. B. B. Young has returned
from a deliihtful visit, to Dr.
and Mrs. E. D. Newell, in Chat
The many friends of Miss Mar
jorie Davidson are glad to know
she is recovering from an accident
tuet with lately.
Messrs. . . L. Beck and Morn
Bemiss, of Rodney, were visitors
to St. Joseph on Sunday.
Mr. W. J. Steen left Tuesday
to join a party of huniters in
Mr. Thomas H. Snodgrass paid
a visit to Tallulah on Tuesday.
Miss Mary Riddle returned
Tuesday from a visit, to, Miss
Amanda MloKain at Tallulah.
The young men gave another
of their delightful dances at the
hall ''Tuesday night. The out-of
town guests were: Mr. Smith and
Miss Evans, of Nowellton, Miss
Couvillon of Ashwood, and MIr.
Orlauda Adams of Icast Ridge.
Mr. Leon Karpe has accepted
the agency for St. Joseph of the
school books and supplies for the
entire course of study as ipre
scrib, by the State Board of Ed
ue:tation for high schools of Louis
iana. This will be gratifyi, g
news to patrons and pupils alike,
who will find it convenient to
obtain all school books required
at home, instead of having to
send off at additional expense.
Mr. Karpe announces that all
orders for school books and sup
plies must be accompanied by
cash. Th.m margin of profit on
school books is so small as ti
be practically nothing, and their
keepiing is more for accommoda
tion to the public than a matter
of business. Hence the impossi
Iility of extending credit for
Mr. \V. R. Baker is having hip
house remodeled and will soon
have painted over, which will add
much to its appearance and coin
Terns of Court
THE TERMS OF THE DISTRICT COURT
in the Parish of Tensas are hereby died
as follows, to-wit:
J.1 ry Telrms
THIRD MONDAYB IN APRIL and OCTO3BB
J "R I VENIRE.
(IOlth District Court.)
T1o Appear Mondlay, (kOtoher 18th, 1906
F I) t'hildr( ...............St.. Joseph
T II Nttterville ....... .Winter Quartes
'IH I-1 s,,no gzrass ...............St. Jo
tl C~ ettis .................Bayou Vldal
1) .\ O' Kelley ................ elverto.
A .IJ ;ilwl..L .....................Becks
Sl: lhunter.. .............. W ate
Martin Terry ............... Die d
.\lien ,Sl.,I t- ............... WLteqrproo
SAllen Ill.k.r .................. Bombay
t hester Kenely. ......... .Cypre
1 i) I (;uthrie ................... Dickards
it C Sto ers. ...............Clinton's
S\ Martien ................ Waterproof
York ;ibson........... Winter Quarters
C 1. KeI pe................. Waterproo
I. dt \' rit .. ............ Newellton
.1 1 kirihoff.................. Cle
.I P' .ott .................... Jod8
Jloe laa3cs, Jr............Newellt"
To .Appear Monday, October 25th, 1901
(; . 'JTones ..........*......Waterproof
T F I)aniell ................ Locutwood
1) 1) Morri................Hard Tnies
Ilenry Chluaver. ..............St. Joseph
\V .A Parker......... ....Dic.. ab
John K (;uiee, Jr ................ .M4en
.1 M Sitha, Jr..............St. Joseph
I) F Millr.....................Gm..
W\\'E B Marron .................Newelltoa
Ahe Love ...................St. Joseph
It ) Hornsy................8 . Jo
ltifus Foster.. ....................
J T Middlehbrxoks ........... Waterproo
W\ J Steen ...................St. Joseph
Hen Heale .................... Duckpond
\ D Bell.. ..................Neweilton
V S Bryant .................. Newelltoa
W T Lanius ................ Water
R \W New ell .................Iake Pl[o
Abe McAllister............ Watserpole
() I, atson.................Lkewood
Hugh Marron ...............WW
Leo Kuil an ..................N
John Ikerd ................ Mt. Joseph
Joahn Clellen ..............Hard Times
Alab Marks .................. Waterproof
J W Losey ..................St. Joseph
T I (Clayton .................la Trouvo
('la he L.ancastver........... Wateproof
Perry Brown ...........l. ake Formnos
A true copy.
Attest:- E. F. NRxwsLL,
Dy. Clerk 10th Dis. Court.
()tUInKR (1v SALR.
State of Louisiana, Parish of Teaes,
lIth District Court.
Snccession of (C~1s. Hansen, dee'd.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that by virtue of an Order of Sale
to we directed, as Administrator of
above Estate. by the above named
Honorable Court, in the above styled
matter, I will, on
SATUMAT the 25th daef SEPTEME,
offer for sale at the ( ourt Hoase door
in the town of St. Joseph, In this per
ish, between the hours of II o'ebeoek
n,. and 4 o'clock p. h., to the highLes
bidder, for cash. and according to law,
the following described property. be
longing to the Succession of Chas.
One lot of merchandise and sundries
in eating house.
Two old buggies.
One lot open accounts.
'T'erms of Sale: ('ash.
Clerk of Court and AdmiDstratror.
Sr. JOSEPH. IA.. September 9, 1909.
N r¢ sHIRDEDY oGI 1tnatS
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