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The Tensas Gazette.
ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1909. ABNER E. GREEN, - - Elroe. SDUBSCRIPTIOth l I AtLY IN Advasuc... THE DEFINITE POLICY. When the Autocrat of all the Russias determined on the, con struction of the Trans-Silerian Railway he fixed upon a dt,filite policy of construction and al)plro priated the money with which to carry it out from inicep)tion to completion. Dissatisfied with the report of his engineers, the ablest of France and England, he drew a straight lihne bet ween thle pr,, posed terminal pointi and com manded that the r,a,I }hluhl ihe built accordingly and 't aide the money for the purpi,so. It was not so built, but much more nearly so than was thought pu, sible. The striking feature of the incident being in the fact that having determined upon the huild ing of the road a detinite policy was established, the money ap propriated and the work IbeL,' and the work ccmp!eted in a time that has never beeti eqiual ld in the history of railway luuiihling. It is only the estalliishment ol a definite policy that is needed in the United States to begin and complete the improvement of a system of waterways inot eqiualed in any country on the globe. The moniey is at hand and can he eas ily had. The foreign coinmeirce of the United States is vast. Thb, latest volume of Statistical Ah stract of the Ul'ited States-Vol ume 80, 1908-showing that the total foreign commerce of the United States, imorts and ex ports, amounted to $3,315,272, 508 also shows the immeasurably greater value of the trade and commerce between the States. The same authority gives the val ue of the crops for t hut year at figures exceediing $7,,100,000,4.): manufactured products, $14,W02, 147,087; the wool crop at $7S,26Li, 165; lumber at $G21,151.3SS; coal, anthracite and Iituminous, at $518,078,809, with 233,97 2,4()0 tons of pig iron produced with values not given. The articles cited. taking no note of the nliumlber less other products and industries. show the tremendously greater value of the internal over the foreign commerce of the country. Foreign commerce has a high way at all seasons of time yeai and the developlment of the in ternal trade of the country could readily be guaged if, like its for. eign competitor, it had contill Dous means of cominuitication be tween shipper aid receiver, with the prices to the coiUlnmer re duced from lpreselit figures which are largely because cf the *ilm adequate means of trzansporation causing delays anid added cost to producer of freight payer. The South-W'est has ever beenl an advocate of thie improvement of the inland waterways of th - country. It has ever appreciated the wonderful wealth and the uni limited natural resources of tile States of that section and the de plorable lack of transportation fa cilities with Nature providing the highways onily to be neglected by the federal governimeit. It is. however, otherwise to-day. The program of the National Rivers and Harbors Colgress-"A Policy: not a Project'"--has gone very fii toward awakeniing an enlighteied public sentiment ion the subjeclit anid nowhere 1e that seit imeni stronger thali ili the great Souith West. The demnillid flor inlniiid waterway improvemlalt is a do mand thati in imperative and onm which the Congress of fthe 'niited States must heed. Mr. Luke Moran, ,f lRodiey, Miss., who has Ieen in lte enl ploy of Mr. Emile Mayer, in St. Joseph, for some months past, was taken ill receiitlv anid his alil ment soon developled into swamlip fever. He was rlnemoved to hii home in Rodiney, iwhere lie coull receive the tender nurin il Iof a de voted mother, but desllrte every carLe aid atteilti ion and Iistn med ical talelit availaible, he died ,on Wedneslay evuing. The reimnl were illterrlld at I'ort (;ilo!i oli Tlihrs(lay. Mr. Morati wias about thirty years it ag'. anlid uat ani in dustrious young m nllland lattellt ive to bllusiess. 11e was devotePd to his mother, to whom he was I * Ireat help. He was unmarried. I Ilappeigs Arued Waterpoof. The Waterproof Enterprise sur prised its friends this week lv reaching all its readers in this parish early Thursday, and ir very interesting form. \\e cn gratulate our good uniglihhlr and would that we could Iboast ,f as much energy. Our regular tardi ness has become constitutional, I we fear, though we hope yet to, do better. Appropos this subject. the following excerp from an exchange is timely: "Owing to the fact, that we were forced to have onte of (nour cm0 pi-. itors arrested for theft to-.,l:a , and to use oth.ers as wit,, " ,s, our paper is several hIur, lati' in coming out." The two Tensas prints have oftn 'i eoni late, biut. ii'vr fr"min the forg.ilig ca:ure. ThI' exxcus, is entirely original. The following ve~v initor'rtiii items are culled from tihe curr'nt issue of the Enterprise: Miss Mary Turpin is now on a visit to Mrs. W. B. Dwc(ks, iii Natchez. Master Cary Martien, who han been quite sick for some thiu', i out again. Miss Rebecga Turpin is st,l ing the week with IMrs. .1. Rucker, at lhomblay. Mrs. A. Y. Wood and liltl.e soln, Robert. have blrent f''s4 ot Mrs. N. B. Hulnter for a few dl:rva. We are glad to report that, af ter a coIntiinu(ed spe)ll if illi ines, Miss E. IL. \Vo<odard is slightly better. The many friends of Capt. A. P. Martin will Ie glad to leatrn that he is recovering frolm a re cent illness. Mrs. R. L. Castleman, of Nat Ahez, is on a visit of several days to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Castle man, at L'Argent. The many friends of Miss B,,r d:e Coleman are delighted to sre' her out again, after a recent at tack of illness. Mrs. H. \V. May and irnfant daughter returned T'ulesday frtm a visit to Rev. and Mrts. HI. \V. stay, in Rayville. Rev. P. H. Fontaine left, Mon t lay, for Collinston, La., to assist to a protracted meeting. iHe wits Saccompanied by Mrs. Fontaine. Mts. Lucy Drexler, of Crow ville, La., sister of tile late Mirs t John W. Register, is visiting her nephew, Mr. W. A. Register, at "'Loam nland." Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lani:aster, Miss Nell Martion and MNr. () Iar Iancaster spent Sat urdayv ,n i.:ik St. John with Mr. and Mrs. \V. r A. Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hunter spent Thursday .r id Friday with Mr. and Mrs. \VW. A. ],e.zistr', at Loamland, and \lr. and Mrs. F. E. Bowmani, at Alpheina. Mr. D. H. Str ngfie!d, prinei pal of the St. Joseph High School. tand Mr. W. S. Latutnr, nmanage-r .)f the telephonie comnpany's ilntenr +ests at that place, were visitrs Sin town Saturday. Mr. John K. (uice, Jr., ·wh, h as blele sufferitig frim a recentI attack of appendicitis, was ri movedl Saturday to New Or()I'rans. where lie has Ibeeiin placd at Hottl' L lI)ieu for operatitn by l)r. Smith He was acconimlpanii-d t New O)r aleans ry h is mnither. l)r..l. E t cler and Mr. L. B. 11intler, as siste(d Mrs. G(uie as fatr as Nat choz. Mr. Earl Hutitter riirtId thtm at Baton Rouge, gotig o, ti Nerw Orleans. Mr. Jno. Goo,,drich, who has - tten for the ipast thrt·e nitriIs ii - the employ ol the Atiir'i',caii I' r't SSugar Co., at Oxnard, (tal.. ha accepted a positirni as chal ch'lInt ist of the Myrtle (irirvt StIuar IHouse at Plaquenine, la. Hle wllI leave California this week, arrit tug at Plaquemine oni Nrvtm'tt r 1st. Mr. Goodriclh is maIkilng rtitr a success of his proftssi,iti, iin which he has the good wishes ot his numerous friends. Mr. Chas. Gordoni, of SNow Roards, La., has acelepted lhl ,ositi un as bluyer for the Sotuth 'rn Cottoin Oil Co., in thiis tlrri ory, vice MNr. Lawrener Fraiik. ,reignetd. Mr. Franllk will timake iis ihome ti \'icksurnrg, whe r, hIe 'ain gRnte tr, take a lnle with MrI ' 1. E. Nelson, a Ibrokr rrf that .itv. His firitids regret exceed ugly to lose him frinm their ,u ,iness as well as s<ocial circrls. \We welcome Mr. (irrdoli to thr. 'erritory aid 1hop1 hr. will i, .reatlv pleased with his w ,rk hiri.. Mr. R. C. l)aIldei, iet'ld rtuertI ror the Iniiion ()il Co.. is haviing lhe company erect a twartehrut in St. Joseph for stortg'a (if steenl l'he warehouse is locatr'd Iiear thr' Smithlia livcry stalnl, 'The Tet ,as Crtttc'n t)il Mill ha resumned Ir iin,-., with s lli'int' t seed ottn hand tit iisur,, a g,,,,d run. The hum of the ni:achimirry alid odor of thie oil is agf:in I, coming familiar to ,urr plol)I,. -Fresh shaell oysters revr, ivrd l)y everly New Orlitu s hIoat; also, fresh spare ribs, just received. Salvador Baragonu. "We Always Lead We Never Follow." KARPE STILL IN THE LEAD WITH CLOSE PRICES FOR SPOT CASH. Come and Inspect our Line of Ladies' Skirts, Long Coats and Tailored Suits. I have practically received my immense FALL and WINTER STOCK, though stilf have a few good things to arrive, and with such a great and varied stock believe can till your wants. Have the Swellest Line of Dress Goods and Notions ever Brought to St. Joseph. Better Than Bargains in Hosiery W E are showing this week a ftll line of mcen's, women's and chil dren's sott, comfortable, stylish hosiery which is guaranteed free from holes and darns for six months. Do you ever wonder what such hosiery is like ? ID you know what you are miss ing by not try.ng them ? S1oleproo ogser FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN costs no more than unguaranteed hose, yet it has six times the value in wear and com fart. 'Ihe mnakers pay an average of 73c per pound t,.r their yarn. Othcrs pay .c, but such yarn is harsh and weak, so don't confuse "Holeproof' with other 'uarantecd hose. "Holeproof" is the original. It is so popular that 15.00U pairs are m,:de each day. Before y u replenish your hosiery. see "Holeprov.." We have a full stock in all sizes and colors. See them today. Learn What > ou save and gain by wearing "Hole proof.' Set in the Wear Well-dressed •:.. Circle Clothes .1.4 S a matter of fact, few men know cloth-, ing quality. There's only one way to make sure-get the established, repu table kind. The clothes we sell are made by the Schwabs of St. Louis, who have been making honest clothes for more than forty five years. You take no chances when you buy' Schwab Clothes. See the Schwab Specials at this store at $10, $15, $20 and $25. Our Line of SCHWAB Clothing for Men is Complete. School Tablets, Initial Tablets and Envelopes to Match. Groceries! And last but not least we want to remind you we have the best line of good things to eat ever kept here. We have the goods and can assure you if you will give us a call will find our prices are right. Yours for "Live and Let Live and Down Prices for Spot Cash," LEON CKARPE. Cooper's Well Water. W " at , it in "i ilarr luantiti.,. of thiý j <tlVy ,'hl ,rat,, \1 atr, fro-l fr n= ti \\,II 1 .dily., ill h,bor',l ezla., d-th fij,4,1 1. ill whic'h 1111.11" If it. \ irtn i- I ,.t t:trt a ('Co l r's W ell at h nn I1}" iyp ttin, li', ,all, w of thini sator in y,,ur iten che-t anl avoid the inc,\'on ni(·'tn an, e'XIH ne i" ai trip to the \V11. A.\I-, xlun.iit .\ents for G;ilon and Crazy \\ll Water. THE OLD RELIABLE A G. CASSELL CO., Long Distance Phone 252-201 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. FULTIZ,. NE W LLTON. LA. We are Sole Agents at St. Joseph for HOLE PROOF HOSIERY. Full Vamp Shoes for Ladies and Men. Also Tom Boy Full Vamp School Shoes For Boys and Girls, the best School Shoe on the Market. We have also accept ed agency at St. Joseph for American Steel and Wire Company's Ell wood Fence. The Circuit Court for this Dis trict, Judges L. E. Hall and L. K. W\atkins, presiding, Judge C. V. Porter being absent, convened in Vidalia on Monday the 18th inst, and remained in session all week. J)ecisions inl the following cases were rendered: T. W. Perrin vs. Quitman Brey land. Judgement of lower court affirmed. R. D. Calhoun vs. G. R. Ober Judgment of lower court amend ed, increasing amount $750.00 in favor of plaintiff. Jno. R. Chapman vs. Mike Jen ning, constable. Judgment af firmed. Ohio Pottery & Glass Co. vs. W. J. Gill. Judgment of lower court affirmed. Bank of Waterproof vs. Parham Mercantile Co., Ltd. Judgment of lower court affirmed. R. H. Hayes vs. S. W. MartiPn and J. G. Purvis. Judgement allp pealed from, is amended and re. versed, so far as it condemns S. W. Martien, personally; other wise it is affirmed. Robt. McMurtry vs. St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern R. R. Co., et ale. Judment of lower court reversed, and the demand of plaintiff rejected. Dr. Clarence Pierson, superin tendent of the Jackson, La., In sane Asylum, this week notified I Sheriff Hughes of the death of one Adam Bush, presumbly col ored, this letter did not state), who was sent to the asylum from Tensas parish in 1881, and where he has been continuously since. Appropos this incident the. Sheriff will probably notify Dr. Pierson or Dr. Hayes at the Pineville Asylum that two more unfortu nates-husband and wife-are be iing held here awaiting vacancy at the asylum. This seems the usual ly normal condition-at least two applicants for every vacancy. III sanity is greatly on the increase. The Court of Appeals in session at Vidalia last week, reversed the finding of the jury in the case of Robt. McMurtry vs. the St. Louis Iron Mountain & Southern R. R., rendered in the Discrict Court last April. In this cas, McMur trep entered suit against the rail ,aI1 I, d ilnmaPes caused by a : f ice falling on him from t express car at the N·wellton lepot, and which nccid.-ut was chargable by plaintiff to careless ness of the express messenger, who was unloading the ice. The ,-,4s was tried by special jury, which found for the plaintiff in the sum of $1000l). The case was carried to the Appelate Court with the above result. The following criminal convic tions were made at the last term of Court: Luella Hamilton, larceny, 60 days in jail; Andrew Blanche, la bor contract, 10 days in jail; Ki Baynard, larceny. 60 days in jail: Geo. Nhiles, c. c. w., 3 months in .jail; Major Kitchen, larceny, 2C' - days in jail; Minor Dixon, assault and battery, 20 days; Thomas Jackson, larceny, 30 days; Eugene Jackson, larceny, 30 days; Sarah Burke, swearing, 10 days; Robt. " Haywood and Gee. Brown, killing hog with intent to steal, each 1S - months in penitentiary; appeal I taken; Will Flower, assault withi dangerous weapon, 20) days; Si mon Twitty, violating labor conii tract, 80 days; John Hooper. wounding less thani mahem, 20 days; Joe Raebell, larceny, :0 days; Jerry White, burglary, 20 years in the pen. There was practically no civil business of any importance at this term. Dy. Sheriff N. H. Clark left. Friday, for Baton Rouge, with the negro, Jerry White, who was convicted at the last term of Court on four charges of burglary at Waterproof, and given twenty years. Gordon Van Hoose, of Shreve port, is the guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Van Hoose. We are glad to report Mrs. Mary Stewart, who was so ill last week, as so decidedly improved that she is now able to sit up. Mrs. Par meter has also been quite ill, and is yet confined to her bed, though some better at this time. Mr. Joe. D. Miller, Jr., and Miss Hattie Sinclair, both formerly from Vidalia, where Miss Siiclair was of the facu!ty of the Vidal a High School, were quietly married at the home ~f the bride's moth er at Roseland, La., on last Sun day evening. They will live at Minden, La., where the groom has a position as assistant cashier of a bank. Both are well known in St. Joseph oiroales, Great Sacrifice Sale _-- OF - Furniture. 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 $43. 0 0 $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., N ATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI, 000mn , Program for Teachers' Association. The ftllowine i= the pri)igranm for the Teachers' A.-)~ciation to I.. hehl in the St. Jo4qph 11i'h Sholl liuilding on Fri day and Satiiurlay, Ni ve-mlter 26th and 27th: FRIDAY 31I NING. 1. Opening son,. 2. Reading of 1 inutes. 3. Opening Remarks by Sunperintend ent. 4. "t;ratltiir iandi Its l:easons." by Mr. Cox,: an 31is (;ray. I . "Ti tory if" Ed,hucation," by Mr. Snith (Chaplte'rs I-V), Miss. Mc Farltnd l 'liapter VI-XI, IMiss Clara \lhitney (I'hapter XI-XIV.) G. "The Art of Q4u.-tiotning," 1, Mi-s lHa tmndl and 1.ie Couvil litii. 7. G.rat itl rcIohI ('Cnrs,.. of study (Genlral). º s. "E'says in Ap\liication," by Mr. Stringlit l I (('hap. I-Vi), Miss Latane (('hap. V\I-X1I). 9. "Nature Study and Life," by Miss Gorton anti 11is- Palm. 10. TheeValue of Muic in the Kin dergarten, by Miss Bas~ett anat 1 it t'tourtny. 11. hiigh Stcool tours of Study, by Hith il hool Teatchers. 12. Questiin Box (All). I :t. ('itaing stong. SATU iDA Y M ORNING. 1. p.ningi; Sut.. 2 ". ":aling in the Public Sich·ols," t hy 31ii suice andI Miss Evans. 3. "The Art otf Securing Attention," Iby 1i'- .lattie IAln is an il Mrs. nette Ik,.wis. :i). A ts",, n in ilihonie.a, by Miss' 'McFlarlanl. ;. l, Vt.e ive Enonteh Time t4t hMental Aritlnw ti.'' bty .Mist M, 1l t-ive alit I at 111- Herry. 7. HImiw \it1il' t Vou IOveretnie the ilal it ,if ( , tyintit? by Miss Bri- tiN- and Missh Mltaddx. '. lhhl Iulpils tlN lhetainael During Heee by' - Miss Mamie Tucker and A1i-. ti ,ilritch. ThII i, h ii halt certain ha,1te'rs as simnel to them may take any one of thotts,, elhapters hlt 1e04it not take all. Purposes of Associations The piurpose- of the A.so-eiatit are: (11.) T,) di-,m. s and illustrate the test thmihrlt of the day i'ornin, t], it ,irgan izatiin, m anagmn,itnt and teaching if a . su,'r- f l 'el,, )I. (')r To ltivat,, tfl. true professional spirit andt inpiren teacheulrs with lift ideials of life o tl ,f their Itrofiii tn. (t I Tio exttti l thli te;ach r-' lprtfessitn al andi siocial la intauttnciti with their fel ( 1 T,) brinm, tath.r, school oltieials kit-. - - anti tiatrns ilnto more sylpathetie re latioms. (.') To ,rganiz, tfi, activities of the teachling fore of lith fari-h t,, the end that pin lie -,ntili,!it lany in. enlisted in lw-half of the stchtiIs to buill and equip t cmfo rtable and attracti've sho,,l ho.-es I in 'tell-trtehr.,l - rru n lin,. _t Arrannitnents are Ieing madie for twr t ] I,-.tnri-s to attend this mnyeeting. Notic, will Ie given later as to the time of Ithe ha' tuns. TJ1,'I. . W AD'., t. Ei At Iarpe's Jockey Club, Mocha and Java Brand Cotffee. Parc'ied in Beai, and Ground, 8 full pounds, $1.00 Best coffoee on market. SUBSCRIBE NOW. Why the Farm Telephone is to Popular. S The thl1hon i- n ll r 1.1thl tino ( n11. try districtl than in t t' city. in ti* ,,pin iotn of thll .tlatiia i(4.. " 'll* -t tution. - This lev -pa. l.wr rt'ct';,tly ret- idtt in its I editorial oelumns a rura:l tilthphont" article which apliaredt ii : til, _I:ijefacturers'' Recordl , a-iil a sli·tt '.tr i l tululi( ,tiofn. The Coast itution -tut- -d: "eln' llt ntil' Iupot the miarvelo'sian ner in which the tch .l, lhu I inig into _ vogue in the district-, ui Ottlilting its practical \alue to the farilner and the rural re -idhnt giet-r.dly, flut. MAtfactur F ers' lhiecorl -at - " 't is nit al,,ni, that the fainter can in this uaay kee 1i -1 . 1 a- t., thti' price of his products.tt , ,t.ni fl te l farterst - of the W\ 't e-hl ,IntIi .t"titr,, y unltt the telephoneT' ill liakin - li .. gIlr.in and other p l iii i.-\ t..lt - th' tetltpholne is from thi.s irulll' lt 11 1 ".f Xln 1, i it i. even more vll aih' l, l ' ill rinillginl' the f"te " ily 11f fia'ium err- Ill tintu l Iit it twlir niith tll . 'The ie loit'l l il t itt i h ritii' t fait farm life- it lir ti I. . .. 11.i, '"" idh , e-la tial ly tot. the i iiih :Il.i t tlllll fn; tl it.ear that take. pn--'--," i ,It tihitI when the the t n are il, llat , ti' It-:l of the inabil ity to rMach a do, t.,r ill tiii,. of -i'kmtes are all liaiiiht'tl by' l thu f'hiphtitne in the honhi .. .Antone Itu };r-i a ti -llll- gs whih'hD have coi'lie e'ivilizati it l i rt'i'tirt yepu tlt.there is -caritly iti ilint ',ttiptarale toi the' value o tIe l. t leptl it.., anid al vl uale ias it is to the pIpi1!' oi f the citiy, it is infinitely iore i aluit. lt to thoeli in the I country'. try distric'ts. The farmet-r lia- outrownl-the old im ipresnioit t ihat t. he t lh, i,n at ai i luxury a'e1 ithle i ly to ta ii lt an in the city. "lh i a.- h l-a.ll- t rt- . ,l that i11th 111 l usel of iti 'party lia '' -t u' and ' t -f tpI raIt, il'e Inetht .I In t( - , pri'tah.fnt thrnghoulll( t this sliection it, it aii hall t lilt i i-tri .lililet S in his h, lilite t )he r ic , ,il' unI t ;a c',-t w ell even rittih le tl ti' tVl i ul it' a:(iill ti l iihft itt'rlilt' Swithdin the re. e rie hal cotton. "The claim'" of t l t t f4(- l that a ttle phosliit e isi letni tr ll-t (-- ftli, t tl , t ll-ri' try than ti the city i- ,lc tirI l Ilftical.:l "In the city thlt'' is 11 1'i. the .iada tion thalt charaterize,. tt,' rralt ,di-ticts, and the Illnall- of tolniiu mniihatioli, ridle teven fra ti- tiht t tllIeph l. 1 a ti IiI- it'rous and rapid. "itn th iou intry iet irii, ily the ihrig tirly i't elllltil t:rilll . - , t l l'lll n , at highti ay often i i t- l) llI upaf. l in iii clemntt w athe r 1141 11 01-hr tltt It-1 off 'ttt ilititt l- l-4 ii tt-ih-t!' , the t-,lelu n ts of lilt 1l . nilot .i . " if o thist t lih lilt ' hi,'i ,it th. riural telephone cline- ia- it _rit hti-l.etillr. It i ritingate i-"t, (i,,1 ' lini-t t , t il.t a - ishintg point. It iitt- ti. Iil't .-''-ri - i-tve tt ula f.1 ill It ihtt tunch w th .ineighbolrilin 1:111- a tH\ll as wt.ll ,1- tln ilizati'le-at-lrl. It 'ite- it- tardier, with a crop ruh ly fr cih, n-tallt at-s to ma rket . i,1,t11.7-, it d1'",\ itJ p - folr io sllinliolin ng + Illdy rO -, I, l l ii' iThlt ing lire or lotr ;Il ,ly r a,,' ilth" - ."/it"l e~her-,'ii <-in-wt'ara bc irili eillr lilr3 !ile. " it is wit -tr;i l,,: t!::t, ,,11l l til . 1i 11t, anal other rit,\ 1uti,,' ti!... a 11iiit( -,,- the te l l, lilt, h -h,,ub! h," r g llyt, r,.,I i nihlg the rurlI di-trih-t. '" 0o tivill t - tt . I .. I: " - 1 !t'- ,nln try lift- en,,um1i--n,"u ili,],r _., I ttliI the alhltary rt.lilt- t ll t i ,t l i, ,il,,1\,. l the teneral preva ,ill, ni tch.,ph eits iii the counllltry that it li.ilnm.,I llth ir patro.inlag e- one. f tilt, f+w'tr- I -tani l ti, -n, l i kthe rural hroblt-mu. ."W ith tht . unt!, ,, _ lallget,,. ,uit-l prto i.'rity, it I- Iik, 11 tilt r,.ninl_ ) ,ate g ill wtitni-- it,, a tr.. , I 1.1"_ ,_ "1 tme tart of ti l i ti til ,!lal Go t it i lilt, :u; d utllile "' T hat the t , . 1 .;L ;I: r j.1" i \ " : / lierinIg the. tulill ,I.- li, -" tt .- tt, ter mio-lr, al rplli,iti th.t Ih,- \,..r. I O wi last tell mnthn li- the' W"\t-t1"rii l:t,." ric I m plli altnyl , 111.,. l ni ,. ..- :II t ,,' ' :,'il" teletphoue-, oibi to0.+'( , i. I ni n\t --t -I IN. of rulrala t1 1 h1l,111 , ." IJ - '!, ." . .. t . II- "i" the r',illlirv lil,,r, t, . l,rl ; . i1 .- ""f t h e f a r lm - I :t i , r l . , - t . , " , NOTICE. 9 I)T IC E': i' hI ,:-', -.., " i t hlint ill t lti l tgng , r I ' i,3t 1 i _ - - . - ', , " r, ,t . li" .,rottn ,u thi . \I Ibt(. ' ".r .I \1' 1%-'I\ ' place w itlth t :t-e !,1~",. !,_ l .111( .... it cth l.1, ' II. . ** I uany time anud ai had apell follow.