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"A'DMIR7AL!" "A Little Bit the Best Mower Ever Built." ALSO Rakes, Carriers, Presses, Forks and Oth er Haying Tools at Lowest Prices. Schwartz & Stewart, AGENTS NAT, HEZ, MISS. FONOMY Is Paying Ill You ean Afford for the BEST You Can Get. If you will try one of our STEIN BLOCH FALL OVERCOATS or Sack Business Suits, you'd see one way your money's swallowed up, Mr. Tailor-Patron. :-: :-: M. M. ULLMAN& CO., NAT eHEZ, MISS. "Good Clothes Since 1878." MULFORD'S ANTHRAX VACCINE El PURE AND FRESH. NATCHEZ DRUG COMPANY PEARL ST. ." FRANK BUILDING. 'Phone 170 for RETAIL Department f and 27 for WHOLESALE Department. [MAMMOTH BLACK PIGS! A pair of this famous breed of hogs will lay the foundation for a nice income, as the pigs sell readily for c€sh at big prices. One that I sold dressed 978 pounds. Address - JNO. A. YOUNG, GREENSBORO, N. C. A. M. P\ XT N Pii. iti, . t. G. PA. XTON ' . y-Trias. ,INi. \V. IllNI(' II'I FF, lit' 1'reiIent and Mlani,'r. Mississippi Electric Co. Cor. Clay and Monroe Streets. Phone (Long Distancei No. 1023 'ICKSBURG, MISS. rilght it. \\. \\ill all.l , y,,i a lrotlpitiol that will get yur Itusin ~.-. We do Nothing but High Grade Work. ,Send your IJob Work to Enterprise. WATh?::F, Mr PROPRTY OWNER: lA Y ' t'tato y steoc ofP PORTLAN) Cf:F:Nr, Mr PR RiOWNER ACMLI PLASTER, FIRE AND BUILDIN(IBRKIK, PLASTER PARIS, • SPRINUFIELD LIME, White, Cool, Strong, and-P RUCHTER'S DURABLE PAINTS AND VARNISHES. 115 S. S),SI 1: OR ::. T 6 . E. BOS'1, Natchez, Miss. LO(i DISI 'ANI1 PHIONI No. 06 0 E, S i Religious Services Sunday. Ser~aies a e at h' elton. ('lrl'Ih , 1 \l. I: ll, 'lrnii. at( .1 TIhI, 11.n1.11l p 'ray-r' a ro 'tinl l l « r 11i', oIi lI. i . , 1 it t [l ilu n Ihlurr h I tulnII:Iv and \\tI ' t --u Services at Newellton. 1.,,. I I. 1 . : ,it:iil i.. of l h I M . it. Al-ufr \\ ill I t, iti :It Ni '\\lllt, lli 111'-t I tIII I - 1 1if ýI' \ i t. 1' L. A. iti "r ,I. itlr II ' lt hi rl i iif · ith is NI-\ " ,r-. .1. 1K . 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I Hit-, s li'ni t Fridayke iSt. Jo -,e'hi t:a gut-!- if tMI r. LI..\. Mur k, ,'k. Mlrs. \ e. I. l inki'r aittitih11 the funtiltra:l c ,-,'u11I'I w ol f her uncll e, the ilter wll(. A. cp. Martin, in Nat olu Tohurslhity. Mr. J. E. IVtraIl, superintendent ,If tho' Toii;s Cotton O)il Mill, spnt1i twly 1ai "i):Ikwood" as guest of Mr. A. .I. (ii!,on. \I'1-..I. A . IhiI lh \\ias ":1llh.11 to 1º:k Ilo;t-iv , L.i., this wee1"k 111 tIhi Ib .!-i h.l ,, of lier -itlr-iin-lai\\', M1rs. L.,'t.r, w\!h, i- \'l.rv ill. .1r..1. '. Ellis, I',lil" .luror front 1 ili-iai-on p: i-h, plnt ib-t "atur hlay ill St..1 ,phll with his da:ugtgh 'lr. M rs. . . . . . lhnst in. 1)r. ini([ .M rs. (G.,". N. ('larks' and I'hiihlr nli \\("11t ,ii i S llu aiyli" to Visit Mri.. o. (;. Iru, k1,r :t "Bombay nii(:r \\V til.rlrootf. 1)r. Clarke re turin., Tut-11a\, . \\'. iri, glad to ri','ort Ai r. John II. Ik,,re l, \\t1, sulT,,r', Ia -st i',k , of lirilyý-is, r,.i.e ,litly, :nlii was takten to N.t1.h1'z for tr,atliilnt, as lx'ing 11'1:1 nt ll h Is'tt i'r. .Ir. ('h.is. .I,,hi11t' -I I ii has Ibeen In. kul : iftl,,r fill hIn ting business it ft. .Jsl"plih fo"h' M i'ssrs. N.,well A elude to anne to this work, BEAUTIFUL LINE OF - Fall and Winter Goods. We now have on display the Largest and Best Selected Line of FANCY DRESS GOODS For Fall and Winter we have ever been able to offer our trade, and earnestly re ~uest your inspection before making your pur ehases, promising that you can buy here cheap er than elsewhere. You will find on our shelves- Large Line of Jet Buttons. Arnold Suiting Worsted Button Moulds. Effect, Trimmings, Laces. Embroideries." Suznne Silk, Sonrita Batiste, Toile Du-Sole, Fabyan Repelant, Silko, Brampton Suiting, Satin Regent, Algerian Broadcloth, Solesette. Bradford Cloth, Tussana Silk, Rouboix Suiting, French Cambric, Avondale Suiting Worsted Panama Cloth, Effect, Voile Cloth. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. W.R.Baker & Son St. Joseph, La. Automobiles! We Repair Automobiles and All Kinds of Gasoline Engines. Full Line of Accessories on Hand. AGENTS FOR BUICK AUTOMOBILES. Stone & Wexier Natehez, Miss. The Natchez News Pub. 2o., Natchez, Miss. ublishers of he A~atchez ATews. "- A LIVE & AW NEWSY A PAPER JOB PfiINTINQ Of ,LL KINDS SOLICITED, Work Proamptly and Neatly Done. The mounicipal authorities of Natchez have ordered an election to be held to take the sense of the property holders of that city t4l the question of authorizing a Isnl issue for 0)50,000 in aid of the constrnction of the Mississippi River \\'W<*tern Railroad, the line projected from Meridian to and across the river at \atchez. The election is scheduled to take place within the next thirty days. Most citizens of Natchez are agreed that the more railroad. Natchez can secure, the better for the upbuilding of the town. It is asserted that the projectors of the line have already closed negotiations with French banking concerns to take the en tire haon issue for the building of the line, amounting to $2,500,000, and the work of construction will be begun at lhoth entils of the line and pushed to com pletion. All the snrvcys for the line between Natchez and Meridian have been made and rights ,of way secured. F,,r a portion of the way the old right ,f way if a railroad-the first ever built in Mississippi eastward-will be used for a distance of some twenty-five miles. This \.ill lessen the cost of construction materially. TO PATRONS OF THE COMPRESS CO. OTI(CE is hereby given that all cotton con sigaed to the Compress Company will be in suredt against lon by fire while In store, an lesn otherwise duly advised. W. M. DAVIDe ON. t. ST. JOsrPH. LA.. Oct. 4. 190. J. Watts Kearny & Sons, 419.123 Gravier Street, NEW ORLBEANS, - - * LA. BUILDING & PLASTERING MATERIAL, DEXTER PORTLAND DEMENT, FIRE BRIeKS, SEWER PIPE. fire Clay Stove Pipe and fittings, PAINTS, OILS, TAR, BRUSHES. i Wits te Piles.e ADVERTISED LETTERS. Remaining in the St. .oseph Post Office for week ending Nov. 2 Banks, Coleman L.ntim.l Jake Burry, Lillian Mitchell, IHenry Bisetin, Willie Mar.shall, .hn Bell, Annie Pl'oietelr, Vini, Brown, llenretter Iti~clard-,m, 'Mary C(alvin, Thomas Sanford, r,' I..r Farris lIlsa St,.t.nson. .\nn i 1 Franklin, wellen Stvenson. -Francis Harper, P. F. Spatsy. Jimi Hlimes, Hernetta Tholm-I. In ,an fairs, David Turner. Eiunlli Ilanpton, Winnie Tri ,ilian, Mary J.enkilns, Lrottie Wade,. ('arri .lohn.om, l oxif \Vahi_,t , Edith Luesida, Missy Walker, Mnr, W illiatrs', Alice Persons calling for the above letters will please say *"Advertised.'' and can procure same by paying one cent for each letter. L.L ENDEIRS. P. M. Mfr. DI. C. Fitch, vice-lpresident and general manager of the EIaton Io .git oil & Natural (;as Co., pasi-4l tlhrough Fay ette 'ednesday en route to Itswlney. MIr. (Geo V. DI). scholsr, who eomiplanidl him on his trip, tells us Mr. Fithh ex amined properties owineil by 31e--rs. 18. Strauss and M. P'. Mch4;ary, near Fayette, and luntley, Voodllawnr and ('alvitoln. inear Itoilney, and Ire as iwell a at IC,,I ney, was plea.'sei with the oil indicatina . lie will return again at an early laht to omake further in\estigatin.-lFayett Chronicle. DEATH OF CAPT. A. P. MARIIN. iiThe death 06Capt. Augustus P. Martin occurre at his home in Wa terproof on We'lnesday morning af ter a lingering illness. ('apt. Martin was one of the most I idlu.ly known and universally pop ular citizens of Tensas parish. For c years he was engaged in the levee I illtracting business and construct- I el,, some of the largest and best levees in this State. Retiring from 'this %,ork so,me ten years ago, he I entered the receiving, forwarding andI livery business at Waterproof, Iic li he has conducted (most sue fully. ('apt. Martin was a native of i Englandl, but came to this country \ hein quite young. Locating in I Lo.uisiana he was amongst the first to, answer Prest. Davis' call to arms and served four years as a gallant C',ofederate soldier, holding a cap tain's commission under General' BraIg's command at the close of host ilities. ('apt. Martin was married some ve:lrs after the civil war to Mrs. L,,uise Turner of Waterproof, who survives hiim. 'lThe dccased was a life-long Dem ,nrt, and rendered his State and'a p:irty faithful service. In the dark lays of reconstruction, in that age .i thit tried men's souls, when white iulpreiaivy was threatened, with all ithe evils to civilization to follow, i tlhere was no braver heart and cool- a er ,headl or more eager hand enlist- t et.I in the unequal struggle by which a great commnonwealth was recov- n cred frimn awful peril. 1 ('apt. Martin was a good and af feeti,:at, husband and true as steel i to,, tls,, who possessed his friend- c ship. Honest and manly in every act t Ih. n joyedl the respect and confi- 1 hace of every one. He occupied e many trusted places in his long and t useful life, and in the evening of his days was resting beneath his c own vilne and fig tree, quietly a awaiting that end that must some ,lay comen to all. His remains were interred in Nat- c lhez Thursday, followed by a large ,lincourse of sorrowing friends. Mrs. Parmeter is reported as con valescent since her severe illness and though yet very weak is now able to sit up. Mrs. Parmeter is lih\olved by a large circle of friends who were in constant attendance throughout her illness. She has :iasse.l a long and useful life in St. .1,1seph1 and her days have been in lustriously spent in the noble work ,f rearing her son to useful man hood and equipping him for hon irable stations in life. St. Joseph Negro Died Aboard Cordli. i (Natchez News, Tueeday.) Justice of the Peace Diers, this morn- a ing, as acting coroner, held an inquest ,n the Iwnly of one John Lewis, a negro man, whoi was found dead on the steam- 3 ,r Crdlill en route from St. Joseph, La., t, thii city, and the verdict of the coro ir' s jury, made up exclusively of white Irinsil, was that deceased had been jllaceul on the boat by order of Drs. Lilly ' .\,lalus, of St. Joseph, La., to be Iroghlt tA) the Charity Hospital in this • ity, and during the night, while the ., ea-er was coming down, he died, be in o found dlead in a room in the rear of tehc e.gine room of the steamer. l, was apparently a man about 45 or "4 yeara ,f age, dark, copper color, and blilndl in lien eye. The corpse was turned o\ver by tile coroner to the pauper burial .,,ntracetor for interment, none of his rel atii's, if Iw bad any, having claimed the riimatli. There was nothing whatever ,Ipin the bodly of the decedent esave a ,,ilihd lnmdkerebief, and nothing furth *r tI, ilhentify him other than the request fr,,, tlhe St. Joneph physicians to admit himi i tl, te hospital for treatment. Cotton Seed at $41.00 Per Toe. ( Brookhaven Leaker.) Yi.-ttrday morning Mr. J. L. Ford, a cttin eul butyer of Brooklaten, paid I41 ier ton for cotton seed to Mr. Ilrn Smith, who .lives a few mllsa west ,i the city. Mr. Smiith camne in.o town with aload, • nl after several raises in the price made I ,etwu.n Mr. Burrell Cato and Mr. Ford, hhe price getting arotnd $30, Mr. Steve sIhNair, another buyer, came along, and otl.rel MIr. Smith O$40 for the seed. Not t, ble out-done, Mr. Ford quietly sid 41I, and MIr. Smitb drove on the scales, IhaIi hi prodluct ~dhed and received a clcik fur the amotit at once. ('cttin uee is gettia pretty alunable uhien this amount per jl can be paid for it. Dill pickles, Atmoore's mince mat, Bayle's peanut butter, uran hirries, pig feet, full hlan·Bayle's ickles,. always fresh, at Baker's. "T.H.E OOM 0 W SOULE COLLEGE. SCNOOL Of EUSIHES. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Shotld be gives the bet trsd1sbto.lm. re them tor eaccees s bekees. YObUR 'Ponaf Itraction. Ps 1 S ment ]Department. oml fe Oatces. a .Co 0 llee tor AatO. e liepremenstlteou to m ist. dents. Through the ecacesee flto 22000 former stadeata. Nl"a * *ecogaled eveywOes a Awake. Practissi, Pregula S 3M AC io. ....; .P.RAfION -OP TIB Prooeasslvc comANY, LM. - STATE OP I A, DE IT KNOWN that on this a1 October. 1II. before me, Louis , a Notar Public, duly commlsio~ed ld qual deed In and for the Parish (f Tnses, sad State of Louisiana, pIersonall Iearme and peared Adolph Elgutter. a residet of te Pariah of East Raton Rouge, Losoia, ad Dr. Alfred Jaobhy. a resident Of the iIsh of Orleans, Listniana. and Lop Id Doea , aresident of the aidl Parish of T r.i lana, who declare to tie, said Notary, that they do hereby form a co,,rporation u e the laws of the State of Louisiana for Ys1e poses and objects and under the a t and stipulations hereinafter set fort to-wit: ARTICLE I. The name and style of this CorposLties shall be "THE P()(IRESSIVE COMP TY, LuTrrDo.'' and by this name It shall nave power and authority to exist sad ensay ses cession for the fll trm ,f Nlnety-nl1e (i5 years from this im.. A I I'I tI.! II. The ob,je,. t,, I is . ..... for which this corlorai uJ, of business .. h .. s hereby declared to he, t..-i! awI, buy at retail or wholesale such gtettr.il articles and mer chandise as is rlrdit:,rily carried in a geeral store, such as clothitng, dry goods, shoes, hardware, and the, like. and for that pupese to purchase or rent such real estate aad buildings as may be ne.essary, to name sad appoint such m:tnag, rs., ,ttcers or agents the business of the same may re rt. sad to make all necessary by-laws, ules ead regulations for the government of thealahrs of the company, anti to do all other thiags to successfully carry on the said bualass. The domicile of this company shall be in the town of Newellton, in the State of I eis lana. and all citation and other legal pro ceeding shall he served on the Prde of said corporation. ARTICLE III. The capital stock of this corporamw is hereby fixed at the sum of Seven Theaad, Five Hundredl Dollars, divided into sevesty Fite shares of One Hundred Dollars esah. And this corpration shall commence busi ness as soon as the whole of the capital stock shall have been subscribed. Its busiaesa shall be managed by a general manager who shall be elected by the Board of Directors. All transfers of stock shall be made on the books of the company by the stockholder or the duly authorized agent in fact of the said stockholder. ARTICLE IV. All of the corporate powers of this corpra tion shall be vested in, and exercised by the Board of Directors, a majority of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transactio of all business. They shall make all by-laws rules and regulations for the government ok the business and affairs of the ompany, sad alter, amend and change the anme at pleas ure. They shall fill all vacancies which may occur in said Board from death, resigaslti or other cause. The said Board of Directors shall elect at their first meeting, and annually thereafter, a General Manager, who shall have power to make all contracts for the said eorporatc, purchase all goods, Insatitute all salts In the name of the corporation, and to aro and adjust all disputes and litialas Into which the said corporation may blne vd. to hire and discharge all agents sad and other employees and to fix their [aries, and to do and perform all thngs ae in the transaction of the business sad of this corporporation. The said manage be subject to removal at spy time on he vte of a majority of the Directors. The first Board of Directors of this corpr ation shall consist of Dr. Alfred Jacoby as President, L. De Vries, as Sretary sad Treasurer and Adolph Elgutter, who shall hold their otfice until the first Moaday of O0 tober, 1910, or until their successars have been duly elected and qualified. On the lrs Monday of October, 1910, and annually the after, an election for directors shall be held at the office of the company, and the Diret ors then elected shall take their seats bame diately and shall hold the same until their successors shall be duly eleqied ad qual fied. Each Bn,ard shall appoint its ow of .deers. All of the corporate eleeItous shall be by ballot anti a majority of the stock rs ent or represented shall elect, sad saseehe of stock shall be entitled to one vole, to he cast by the holder thereof or by his onI, authorized in writing. Notice of ech le tlion shall be given to each stockholder in writing by the Secretary at least tee days before election, which shall be seat by mal directed to each stockholder. Any falule to elect directors on the day a shall net in any manner invalidate thas chatter bu the Directors in olfice shall cosiseld their seats until their saocessors ae sad qualified, but another eletles bh held at shy time thereafter after a tea a notice in writing to each stocolder publication for ten days prior, o said Ii a newspaper published in iTe town of i. Joseph, Louisiana. ARTICLE V. Whenever this crporporation is dissolved either by limitation of its charter er - wise, its affairs shall be liquidated Muder superlntendance of the astockhelders of company. The said liquidators aai r in in office until the affairs of the said rp - Lion shall have been finally closed sad lIg dated. ARTICLE VI. This charter may be chaaged modified r amended, or this corpoi,ratlon dplved whA the assent of a majority of the as te oat t ular meeting of the stockholders covI for the purpose after thirty days noules, a newspaper published in the town of St. Jo seph, La., by three publications thereof a by written notice to the stockholders. ARTICLE VII. The President may in his dlseretlos and shall upon the written request of say 9 stockholders of this corpoat .-, or special meeting of the stockholders o tI corporation, notice thereof shall be i writing by the Setcretary to each of tatek holders of the corporation. ARTICLE VIII. No stockholder shall be held MStM r D sponsible for the contracts or faults of this company in any further sum than the uelM balance due to the ctmpany on the shares owned by him. Nor shall any mreos nLfal Ity in organization have the enect of rede "Ing this charter null, nor expocsil say 5Sek holder for any liability beyonad the MIce of his stock. ARTICLE IX. Under the above entitled name nd foie the above expressed purposes the said or shall have the Sower to sue and e se , to make, have and usesa common sea, with suh devices and descriptions as they deem pr er, and the same to break alter sad am·I ndia they may desire. In testimony whereof the said prtie he hereunto signed th.ir names In the preseu of Chas. Kohn andi W. W. Midddleto , r potent witnesses, who sigan these prWuIt with the said parties and me the said Itsty on the da and date first herel written. A. Jacoby, M. D,.....Ten (10) ShaNs. L. de Vres .... Fifteen (l,) Shares. Adolph Elutter .....Fifty () ShaMes. A W.oW. D.lgroN, AIru--CHAS. KoHn. Ja. LOUIS BUCKNER, Notary Publi. STATE OF LOUIBIANA, Parish of 'Teas. I, A. E. Green. District Attorney of l 10th Judicial I)strict of Lousian. do her by certify that I have examined the shve and fore going to Act ,f IcotD~lsiO o "THE pSooRESSAVE COMPAMM an." and finding the purposes thereof _s and nothing c,,ntained therela sil.t0M to the Constitution and laws of the State, r o( the United States, do hereby approve the same.. . , District Attornery O10th Judleili Dittris. A true copy of the originatL on Ile imy ofce as appears on NotarliS Record 3003 "p", pages 61 antI 2 of the Rcord of Tensas parish, Li)uisIana. Witness my handl andl seal, ofoially, this ist day of Oc.tober, A. D., 10. Attest:--- E. P. NUWULL, Dy. Clerk lath Dist. Coest. i. Iu. SITH, BLACKSMITH SHOP, succson lrw eo ST. ISSEf FINE All 'IEh U. Hose Shoing a Sp[idt iY AN EXPERT HORSE SNOsA i "*A. I work guaranteed etisfaici.