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THE TENSAS GAZETTE
.-" Sls O V. XuII. T . J S H,4 LA. - - ..Y .i .1. U B- -0 EW ;IIS VL XVII. ST. JOSEPII, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1910. NUMBER, 20. _lI l m l li ~nII IIII I II l I n II I• IIIIIII• I I III liI IIIillI I I llll I II1ili ll I • 1 inii III II1 II I •11 ni II· •_~ ilill I Il I e Are You Going To Build ? If so. carry out the idea uodr the eost favorable conditions by aee. in: us about the lumber required for the purpose. To build ec omi caly, bui d well. For high.grade, w*ll aaufacturd Rough andDresed Lber, Shinl., w ., -C li, Composition Roofhng, SR, D , hd, Fl Interior Finish, etc. Call on a. We as Spe Iga Leo Yellow Pine Bridge Flo iq s : : , : Always get our prioes and lasIft"st our facilities before placing year order. E. A. ENOOHS, THE LUMBERMAN. cf; e 321 0 us i *> O . . sNTCsman, maass, \v. 1. .. \IIEEI.ER. C. E. MORITZ. WHEELER & MORITZ, 325 BARONNE STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Contton, Grain, Provisions, Stocks, DIRECT WIRES TO NEW YORK AND CHICAGO THE SAFEST AND QUIOKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LENG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER o CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE A TELEGRAPH 00, mcoonaonrsea C. P. SHA V , NATCHEZ, MISS. SUCCE.SSOR TO SnIA W & SONS. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS. Manufacturer of Engines, Cotton Presses, Agricultural Implements, and Well Augurs. Dealer in Pulleys, Shaftlng, Pipe, Brass Goods and General Mill Supplies. To fll a long felt want I have Installed necessary machinery for repairing Gin Stands and have employed a competent gin-wright to look alter that particular branch, and can guarantre perfect Uatisfaetion to all those who unay tvor rue with their work. Having added this line plaoes me In a posilon to attend to the wants of the sinner in all branches. ir,,u seed cotton to the bale. All kinds of machinery repaired on short notice, and satls:action guaranteed. oilcltlng your future orders. I remain. Yours truly. C. 1'. 8UAW., atches. MIe. FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT Town and Plantation Risks in this Parish Written. Get My Ratem. MARROLL H. NEWELL, ST. JOSEPH, M otic* o e ' aI eep Conustantlyon Hand Metallic and Wood Coffins Trimmed and al Sizes from Infant to Ad6l Up-to-Date Styles Also Carry Burial Costumes. Prices to Suit Customer. Coa Furnish at Onoe, Orders received by Wire or OtherwIs. SLEOPOLD ELGUTTER, SNowellton, - Louisiana Photogzaph Itaudio. 52sz4 MAIN ST., NATCHEZ, MISS. PIRST CLASS WORK DONE AT REASONABLE RATESI Tensas People are Espeolally Invited to Visit my Studio MRS. W. J. C. AUSTIN UNDERTAKER. St. Joseph, La. I desire to keep the Tensaes public in mind of the fact that I have te turned to my home and will continue the business of Undertaker. I keep on hand a ftrill line of Metalices, copper lined for adults and children, cloth covered and carved Caskets,and common Coffins, and will have a man to conduct funerals whoen called upon. Prices to suit the hard times. I ask of all the friends of my late husband a share of their patronqe. MRS. W. J. C. AUSTIN. GEM PRINTING COMPANY, PRINTERS, PUBLISilHERS AND STATIONEW. NATCHEZ, MISS. OkDERS FOR WORK CAN BE LEFT AT TBNSAS GAZETTE OFFICEI HOTEL "NATCHEZ" NATCHEZ, MISS. H all the best features of a first-class hotel. Barber shop, bath rooms and an excellent billiard room attached. A favorite [.stopping place for Tensas people. JA. G. SMITH, - - - - - Proprietor. Deep Wells for Rice Irrigation and All Other Purposes Use the Stamm Steel Pit Double Pischarge Pumps. They are the best. If You Need Water Write W. N. EBERHART, Baton Rouge, La. PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOS. M. REEVES Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, Louisiana Will practice in the Courts of Madison, Tensas and Concordia and before the Supreme Court of the State. Strict attention paid to all business. G. H. CLINTON Attorney-at-Law St. Joseph, La. Will practice in East Carroll, Madison, Tensas, Concordia and the Supreme and Federal Courts. Dr. Geo. N. Clark Dentist St. Joseph, La. In Newell Building. Plank Road. J. G. Lilly Jas. M. Adams Drs. Lilly & Adams Succeseors to Din. Newell & Newell St. Joseph, La. gWOffee Bank Building-Up Stairs. Trespass Notice. THE CLUB )OUBE o}Lake Brien, te pperty of th uad a i ed, ad say tree~ar 11be p outed B. F. 1r0 B. B. YE B.. PE. D. F. RD W. J. REE . . B. OLINTON U E V. L. BEDDON W. M. DAVIDgON Trespass Notice. PUBLIO NOTICE is hereby given that the "LOCU~I WOOD" plantation in Tenmss Parish is posted against hunt. log and ,eoesrl trespassing. Entering upon land 1S positively prohibited and viohtors will be igorusly prosecuted. (signed) THOS. F. DANIEL. Trespass Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that all tree passing and hunting on BOTANY BAY and BONDURANT plantations is pro hibited and all violators will be prose. outed without exception. MRS. S. M. CURRY JAMES CURRY. Trespass Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the propertis "DELTA" and "M'OEHEE TRACT " "BRIARLAND" and 'CLARA NOOK or "SHAIFER PLACE," are porsted against hunting or entering upon and.. Violators willbe prosecuted. (Signed) JAs. P. HARRISON. Trespass Notice. By PERI~SION of the owners thereot the suolwths properates are posted and al i e&lOnr warnqd not to t.rpSiPan u ponD Or fLshlng. All treSpsose W be proee 1sd. The properties so posted are as ol I LUCKo0w LrTrE A'S TrCt FLOWER POWLE Tract BENGALTj ALMETTO SNA YOU RARITAN DENUGRE Tract RIPON SMYTHE Tract EVERGREEN PIKE & MOORE Lani BARD TIE CAPEWELL_ PLOWERS' st CLINTON PLACE TWHTORE Pl t'n BELL PLAC E IJTNLL STAUMP 10 ON WOOD INDIA BWN SWI CAT WALKER Tra~ t N ELDER GROVE PPt'n iBOWMAN Plantation ELD M'CALLP I ntntlotn MILLER PIAtstl0B PUNKEN PATCH CAMMACK PLACE LAE ST'. JOSEFiH iHUNTING CLUb. AOVERTISW PAYS Wire Flashes ShI( liIth lehem steel strike was of, fic~,illy d(:elared off. 'iThe steamer Venus blockaded litlutiehis. There had been fighting at Itama. The railroad bill was displaced in the Senate by the naval appropria tion bill.. The submission of evidence in the 1;all:i.ger-l'inchot investigation .has he.u eded.e. 1'The United States offered to medi .tec is the threatened war between Peru and Ecuador. T!irty black spots were observed oi t.:.e sun, one of them 150,000 milies in diameter. Twenty to thirty men were killed a:n l !i:ty inju:ed in a boiler explosion at Canton. Ohio. Several persons were killed and great damage done to property by a tornado in (klahoma. Six bishops of the Catholic church \e're consecrated simultaneously at FI. Paul by Archlbishop Ireland. Work on the Bush-Everett gas Iii e line from Caddo field to St. Louis will start within sixty days. Nine crowned heads of Europe and T"hea dore Roosevelt were among the gues;'s of King George at a dinner. Arrangements are being perfect et at Washington for the visit of the members of the Louisiana legisla tura. Astronomers secured valuable pho tographs and data during the passage of the earth tLrough the tail of the C)IIIomet. Thousands passed the bier of King Edward. Theodore Roosevelt I rode in the eighth carriage during . the ceremonials. Senator Stone. of Missouri, will introduce a -resolution in the Senate inquiring into Senator Knox's Nica raguan policy. One hundred persons were killed by a dynamite explosion that wreck ed the Rtural Guard Barracks at Pi nar Del Rio, Cuba. Henry \'atterson, in an address before the Canadian Publishers' As sociation at Toronto, deplored the passing of personal journalism, say ing the duel is more interesting than the libel suit. The body of King Edward was re move.l from Buckingham Palace to \\'estninister Hall, while the remains lay in state. The College of Methodist Bishops vetoed the action of the conference at Asheville, N. C., by which the name of the church was changed to the Methodist church. ler,. W. U. Murrah, W. S. Lam huth, E. UI. Mouzon, H G. Water hou-' and J II. McCoy were elected .,h ; by the general conference of [the, , \!c.todit Episcopal Church, S pth The Gulf Coast Lumber Exporters' Association, in session at Pensacola, was told that the soda-dip process for 0 export material is unsatisfactory. F'our thousand independent Demo crats of Tennessee, in session at Nas.hville, rebuked Governor Patter son for raping the judiciary, and I nominated tickets for the Supreme Court and the court of appeals. The Methodist Conference at Ashe ville adopted the committee report p1lacing the control of Vanderbilt University with the church. The American Cotton Manufactur ers' Association, in session at Char lotte, went on record as favoring * the ship subsidy. Paul J. Rainey and Harry Payne n Whitney have purchased the steam er Roosevelt, and will sail for the Sarctic regions June 20 on a hunting exledition. The Mississippi Press Association, in session at New Albanay, adopted - resolutions favoring New Orleans as the place for holding the Panama . Exposition. It is announced that the Missis Ssippi Central Railroad will go to .Mobile from lIattlesburg, Miss., over Sthe New Orleans, Mobile and Chica go railroad. SIREGULAR TI.WlEEILY NATCHEZ AND VICKSBURG S PACKET. Lmeav Iatche Sunday Tunday and Tmredays at 12 m . Leas Vk er Maday. Wedas.. ldai sa Fr at 12 sme, w Uino £353 - Separihmdget. ree DDRL. l MURDOCK St Joseph, La. Physician and Surgeon Office on Plank Road Office Phone........... No. 12 Residence Phone....... No. 12-3 DR. CLARK Ostoopathlc Physician My Sixth Year in Natches, Miss. Frank Building. Meet Me n Vicksburg at thq a;Jiqy" :: Mississippi's 6reatest Department Store In es You s To come here and make yourself at home when you visit this city bring the children-let them enjoy themselves In the Big Play loom Shoot the Chutes; Slide, Kelly, Slide- the Merry Go.-eund, dad Swings provided for their amusement free oi charge. Ladies' Rest Room and Lavatory, 2nd floor Provides comfort and recreation for you while you are here-all the comforts of home at your service. -:- IT PAYS YOU TO TRADE HERE -: The Big Department Store saves you money on all lasse pf Dry Goqds We prepay expres- DON'T FAIL TO VISIT OUR READY TO WEAR We rNid you sag0 or freight 0n DEPARTMEN T, SECOND FLOOR. rlere fare all cash purchases N- wy if y Our Right in Mid-Season we offer greater values on of - - - high class garments than is usual even at inal pmmu $5,00 learing Sales. - " Ladies who are in the habit of coming here know $25.00 or more. by actual experience the great values that are al ways to be had here. O mR We refund your SPECIAL SA LES EVERY WEEK- money cheerfully An examination of the garments will convince you of the extraordinary character of the lines offered e We Ie if your in these weekly sales. salpet per purchases do notl MILLINEIRY DEPARTMENT- Casm-g aa suit. This department is undoubtedly the most hand- I charg of our somely furnished in the state. Handsome bevelled IT'S SAFE TO mirrows every where, and private '"Tryon" rooms MlU OrIf Dei BUY HERE. Hats, Corsets and Ready-to-Wear Garments. plne, Exclusive Agents for Hart,Schaffner & Marx Clothing for Men---the Society Brand College Cut Clothing. RED CROSS SHOES FOR WOMEN--A Stylish Shoe that's Absolutely Comfortable Armerican Lady Corsets .*. Standard Patterns and Modern Hair Goods Dept. complete in every particular. BVuSBse,'r Valley Dry Goods Co. oN AoCE JetSo OA MENGER THE FURNITURE Way down Washington Street Vicksburg, Miss VICTOR & EDISON MACHINES and RECORDS Write us Factory prices guaranteed COMMERCIAL - CAFE- New, Elegant and Complete, for Ladies and Gentlemen. Ladles' Cafe and Lavatory up-stairs, with maid in attendance. Regular Dinner 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 35c FURNISHED ROOMS 117 S. Washington St. Vlekaburg, Mbissisippi J. W. HAYES, Proprietor. lSuas1asbs. MtI. HORSES AND MULES For Sale At our Sale Stable, known as the Old Bender or Fred Arnold Stable (old num ber 208) West Grove Street, where we keep a supply of Horses and Mules all the esar around. We have a supply of fine Mules on hand at this time. Planters in need of stock should eall and see us, or write. 0. H. ROMINGER & SONS PHONE 766. Vilksrelu Maissineloi Sma More a :: Have Mers :: THE AMERICAN BANK AND TRUST CO. Vlcksburg, Mislsippi. Authorized Capital $200,000.00 Invites your Account .'. Deposits by Mail receive Special Attention 4 Per Cent Interest Compounded Semi-Annually, Paid on all Deposits. W. THOS. ROSE, Manager. Clarke & o. . 3s / or asax ro us1 OI m Atllwlel E. ForbcsPlano Compan The Soua'slarust Ptad Ory Store We are now located at lIo Wual atna St. where w crry lae of Piao md rgsm and will sll rhemy on el ommsm. We esoicit 7our t n d will show our ap w~lthof Piano or rgan for every do spent D~us a line and we wilmal mail you catalogues and B. B. Forbes Piano Coupany Phone 1097. C. R COSBY, Manager. vctsavmo, Ass. Trr ooS WtiOtfiT SAYING i iAhat saisifactlon wi"l result when you have us do your Machinery ds Work. Our machine shop is the most up-to-date shop in the state. , ý Our prices can not be duplicated. of J. M. DUTTON S Foundry & Machine Works Long Diste Phone Phn 64 Levee Street, DL Vicksburg, Miss.