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Schedle of the M., H. & L Rail Road.
rffecU4 Jansary 1, 1911. SOUTH BOUND '.IATIO NORTH BOUND LOCAL--PASSENO ER . , PASNG-LOCAL Mc0. REU n 2.16 P. M. McGERE JLT ............. TRIPPB JCT ..1. . .M 1. . 18A. M .HALL. Y .A 4Y 636 MACOW I1.27 6.55 .LKE VILLAGE 1.10 7.10 ......JENNIE• . .12 `.60 " ' ......... . ... C HI L o Y ':: ............ ls.L2 \ R.11 "EADLAND. ...1.. 6.15 6 " " .. .ARKLA, ARK. " . 1.14 6.m " 01 " M.......ILLKIN, LA . 12.04 P. 6.40 " 7.1 8.18I 8HLBURN 11.32 '. 6.15 6.16 8.0 .LAKE 'ROVIDENCE ... 11.86 4.46 S .52 .TRANRYLVANIA 11.1 6 ". .1 0.02 AL ATIA ...... . 11. .1 " l " 917 .. . .ENOKA .... 10.47 2. " . " ." MAN FORD ....... 107 2.11 " 1. " 9.38 TALLULAH ..... 0.26 ' 1.4 " 11.7 " 9.47 . LACLEDE 16.18 1.6 " 11 1" 0.00 ALLIATOR BAYOU. 0.00 " 12.06 . M. 1.1 10.10 "QUIMBY . 9.4 11.i 1t.isP. M. 10.22 "' SOMERSET... .3 11.10 " .40 " 0. ...... NEWELLTON .. . 10. 4.66 0.68 "......LAKEBRU N ..... f.00 I.06 " l. 1.0 .3 ..... ST. JOSEPH... 4 . 4 . 11." , .LOCUST RIDGE .... . ....... 6.. , 1. " 11.6 .GOLDMAN .... 6.16 8 " .9 " 11.41 ...WATERPROOF 3..12 .1 " 1215P. .. CLAYTON JCT .... " 1...0 . . FEIDAY 7.0 A.M. 7.0 . M. 1.00 P. M.............. VIDALIA ....6.26 A. M. 1.3 ... ................ NATCHEZ....- ..... . ... ". A 6.w 00 Ask for THE EDISO Nn PHONOGRAPH t Many people think that all A sound-producing instruments are Edison'se. The mistake is natural, bec.use Thomas A. Edison invented the talking machine idea and made the first instrument that would re produce the human voice. Mr. Edison is not reaponsi ble for all instruments of this kind. His instrument-the one he has studied, experimented M with and perfected-is the Edi- R, son Phonograph. You want the instrument that has the genius of Edison back of it; the one with the sensitive wax cylinder Records that have Bg a musical tone far beyond that of other records; the one that is equipped with a sapph re reproducing point that never needs changing instead of metallic eedles; the one with a subdued volume of sound, suited Cl to the home rather than a noisy, strident affair adapted to music halls and Mi other public places; the one that plays Amberol Records (playing over four minutes), and giving all the music of any selection without cutting or hur rying, and finally the one that permits of home record making-the most fascinating feature ever offered by an amusement machine. Dc To get all this you must get an Edison Phonograph. Go to an Edison dealer to-day and hear this superior instrument. There is an Edison Phonograh at a price to suit everybody's means, from the Gem at $15.00 to the Amberol at $200.00. Write the undersigned for J4d eomplete:catlogue of Edison Phonographs and Recotds. Edison Standard Records................... .........................3C Edison Alnberol Records (play twice as long).....:..................0c Edison Grand Opera Records. ...........................78c to $2.00 D HUGO JERESLAW, NEWELLTONLA. Edison Phonograph Distributor. we Automobiles! so Cagl OI .. . a an" sup $18 bal M. F." and "Flanders" Automobiles. iL Prompt deliveries are guaranteed. U frie AS MS F. 30pp 3dl~0 Hlors**Power, 4 Cylllldr, , P -ts,.. $ f1 I 2 20 taorse-Powor, 4 Cylider Tourabout, on7 Magnej2 ", oas Lamps, Oeerater and • "Tabe Hor laclmuaed o Course. -:- : • Write us for literature explaining these cars or if you are rPiously contemplating buying, come to Natchez and we T will give you a demonstration that will be convincing. We desire to establish an agency in St. Joseph. or 8ch Baker & McDhwel Hardware Co., ". am Wal NOTICE. Lms for Sale chap. ,' E ARE now manufacturing 100,000 ( _tb ~per dy in three grades: BEST, lE and Ec(ON)MY, and are pre . pited to take ca, oIf nil ordnler large or ital. Car lots a specialty. Both river -: d nail shipments. We solicit a trial h er. Wehavetwen manfactnringuhinles tr he pe ten years and guarantee our Very rel petfully, LEPU1WHIEW & CNGER. Flrt FoD, Lt.. Oct. 5th, 1910. Po PATRONS OF THE COMPRESS CO. N OlC herenby given that all ootton coa* - . gI o ýthe G~mppw Company wl bel t - .-- dul, y advised. IW. M. balVlaouP. in. ~ ` S.,e l , L ., Oct. tisgg ,. NOTICE. g ?A3TIE contemplating bringing wa- b ! ev the levee for the purpose of ir qo will pklee apply to this office o permit and blue prints with peci >.lr _for c..mgil tlý levee with pipes __ ...kwill be urnis . c'' t will also take notice that the land R oat bel flnodedi nearer than 150 feet r~e~ ol the levee. J. T.. McCLELL&. SCure afmlar ob. r Mr. and Mrs. F. McC. Hopkins of "Frogmore" are receiving con gratulations on the arrival o a fine baby-boy. Dr. and Mrs. Claude Y. Clarke, of Pleasant View, Tennessee, are re ceiving congratulations on the com ng oT aiy boyw Don't fail to attend the masque rade ball next Monday night. Mig Mabel Coiorvlo spsading 5 **uke e libt de .. I Lhie as Mend ' FINE MULES! Just received a shipment of as fine farm and workd mules as was ever shipped to this market. We will carry a full line of mules unti the end of the season. Tensas planters should consult their interests by seeibg us. Stock guaranteed to be the finest and prices reasonable GOOD STOCK AT REASONABLE PRICES. GUYTON-HARRINGTON MULE COMPANY. 27 mI rsm . NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPFI. i ... . .. . . . .. ... .. . M. . Ir for SLt e h Scha For Week Ending February 24th. In order for a pupil to get his or her name on the honor roll it is necessary to make an average of at least 90 in all studies. Attendance and deportment are also taken into consideration hin reaching the average. HIGH SCHOOL. Annie Hornsby Clyde Blanche Willie Lewis Ida Hornsby Jim Curry SEVaNTH GRADE. Fred Blanche Pearl i~ornsby Elizabeth Crothers Florence May Bondurant SIXTH GRADE. Mary Giglio Merric Rowan Ruby Hornsby Able Pasternac Marguerite Besabien FIFTH GRADE. Byron Mayer Ruby Smiths FOURTH GRADE. Clarence Johnson Beatrice Thornberg May Young Grace Worrel THIRD GRADE. Dorothy Skinner Camille Buelow SECOND GRADE. John Blanche Wealthy Clarke FIRST GRADE. David Hornsby Thelma Smiths Robbie Worrell NOTE--By mistake the following names were omitted from the honor roll last week: Pearl Hornsby and May Young. D. H. STRINGFIELD, Principal. The first match game of basket ball between the firt and second teams of the St. Joseph High School was played this afternoon, the latter team winning by a score of 17 to 6. Both teams played well and are expecting to win in the practice games nextweek. We wish totake this opportunity to expres our appreciation and thanks for your liberal and cheerful support, which financially amounted to $18.00, and in other ways to much more. On Monday evening, February 27th, beginning at 8 o'clock, a masquerade ball will be given at the Masonic Hall by teachers and patrons of the St. Joseph High School. An admission fee of 26c for adults and 10c for children will be charged and refreshments will be sold. Dancing will be the feature of the even ing and the public is cordially invited. The proceeds of the affair will be devot ed to the needs of the library of the school. It is sincerely hoped that all friends of the school will attend and as sist in making the occasion a success in a financial as well as a social way. Mr. and Mas. James Curry have moved into town and taken the Newell house on the Court House square. Mrs. W. P. Roberts has as her guest, at her home on Aubreyplantation, her sister, Miss Albritton, of Baton Rouge. The game between Waterproof and Tal lults, played at latter place last Friday, resulted in victory for Tallulah by score of 14 to 8. The Newellton and Waterproof High School basket ball team played a match game of basket ball at Waterproof on Thursday, which resulted in victory for 8ta Waterproof by score of 6 to 5. Rev. Mr. Carson will visit Tenaes par ish on the second Sunday in March and conduct services at Newellton in the moring and at St. Joseph at nigh to b both of which arvlea the general public is cordially invited. Co on Court has been in session this a week but the docket was very light. Rev. Dr. McIntoeh will conduct the services at the Union Church on ani Sunday morning and evening. Im- der mediately following the morning e service communion will be served. Misr Amalia Steen left Wednes- as day for Chattanooga to be the guest ' of Mrs. B. B. Baxter for the week- Ian end. Mis Steen will attend the t University of the South hop on less Monday, 2th i t. tPh The death of Bishop Helin of one Natubes was heard in Tenes with I desepqt sorrow by all clawss and soc creeds. The beloved uenrate was U univemily esteemed by his every me aoataneeirtevery -rdalkof life. A series at Neweltm. Rev. P. H. Fontaine of the M. e. Church will peach at Newellton I m the 2 i d the f mSt UP I,, . . Big Money her "Dollars and Soese," a little hook to for the busines man. Fingle copies all 25c postpaid. A noney maker for re aget 1 us. SClf Mfg. Co., S0'1, Ila. Civil Engineer. Civil Engineering, Land Surveys, Rice Levee,, Dranage, . ~a All work promptly and etully done. P Referenems: H. Miller lodd and E. C. Tollinger, U. S. Asistant Engi. p neers, Vickuburg, Mie. Addres- B. W. WATKINS LEIGH, 217 Breard t., I rg a JUST RECEIVEDI FISl SII PLY IF iUll SOS OF T1s CELAsrIATED le AMERICAN SEED CO ul D. M. FERRY i ST. JOSEPH DRGB' CO., PNllE 42 - PreserlptlIon Carefully Co.m .1 Pumsdd Oby or Ulht Liberal Cashliscouts b rEi -ON- Cc on I YEN'S OVERCOATS & PAITS 4c Stuters, Ovofo tiN Odd Lots of Underw u, Etc. liSWe have Mw specal vahnes to Ne. . Sm GOOD SOCK OF STAPLE of "IW'S IAL" 9 Thos. J. Reed & -CO., "len's lad Bo' tr." Natcbez, Iiss. 406 a Strwt. oft JUDICIAL ADVURTIrZMNxT. apn 5 UCCS IoN "o . Ad, State of Louisiana, Parish of Teass, Tenth District Oourt. Succession of Sarah Clarke, deceased. PIUBLIC )lOTI ti8 gie. tht by virtueof an oWr oa m tome di meted, as Administrator of the above 8t Estate, by the above ased Honorable Court, in the above styled matter, I will, on- - Saturday, the 1fh day o Marc , tha A. D. 9h1, the offer for sale at the Court House door in h the town < St. Joseph, in this parish, aR between the hours of II o'clock A. M. ** and 4 o'clock P. M., to the highest bid der, for cash, and aeording to law, the t following de.crlbed property, belonging the to the Succemion of Sarah Clarke, de- wit ceaed, to-wit: b A part of 8Uewall plantation, in Ten- £ as Parish, Louisiana, lying in Section 14, Township 13, Bange 11 East, bound- it ed North by land of Dennis lIe, East by I land of Jim Oine, . Sooth by land o Cle Estate of Sam Mimma, sad Wet by Sec tion 15, containiang 56 acre. more or lem, togethar with the buildings and im provemnent thereon, and appurtenan. thereunto belonmging. or appertaining; one horse, one now, and cne b , asM per inventory and appraiemCen t on file in the O9e of CCtek of Court, in the Soesuton of Sarah Clarb, desad. Termn of Sale: Ch, to thelast amd highest bidder, with benaet of appraise ment, aoeeordir to T .w. + FRANK L. GUTHRIE. Admihfnistro ,wofwuu. Clarke, deased. St. Joseph, l.., ethrry 7th, 1911. K gessas or sytasses. 'Lahe UL ~ :~r ,I gjp N Do you have to figure how much damage each rain will do to your roof?' Yot would not if yek) were using TEXACO ROOFING It is built of durable materials to with stand sun and storm. Water-proof, F I r e resisting. Needs no repairing. Texas Oi Co. SOLD BY coneyr awyc St. Joseph, La. Trespass Notice. itrss a In t a o a Hibted iea tlhe prop" t m p"3esgas dnPd P. Ea.a Any os Msardhsa k Am t= P. M. IADIN., Aees. Trespass Notice. "OO'flon WOOD" sad "3Ui.IITO " Sthis Pasa, sad as y A "(Xnq'l'O· DmsnGA DW4 BMM." Q oat said kdoa be ý Md Per J. A. Vaasr, Mr. TRESPASS NOTICE. NOyIyri . U 18v2 t" 01- MMAe ·nd."ftl~ue - lpag"ohleitsd 9".5 bM .oo ts.d; -gme -* * ap B t b a J. 0. 1iem an . Trespass N.Us. PUBLIC NOThereb li s~es "9T33 LA virtueof an oer of mrLe o i ~rted, as Adiiniratonr of the Estate, by the above and e Court, in the above tytd mnatter, I W, on UATUMAY. *e e11h dr Ua . A. S. 1012, offer for ale at the oart Hoseu dora, the Town of St. Jeph, in tbi. betwee the hours of 11 o'.' ma. 4 o'clock P. x., to the hidst MIdr, for cash, ad ocording lto-aw lowing dscnib# , prperty, the Suecoeo of W Mlla . and wife, Cyantbn Ann Butcher, de ceased, to-wit: No. 1. The undivided half of the lne Lik st~ion, eltuaed in Tens Purh a, composed of lot No. 1 ci Section 32, being the Saudh half of the Southeast quarter, East of ibm, Buig of maid Section 32, Townhip 11 . Rae 9 Eact. sad all th Norepaof West quartes otf oe l said Section , Township 10, rum East, containing 344 acwe, mo m or No. 2. Also a certainaoeonth fM.0Sdue to the aid eucceeelo by .me E3 8pem, of the aformakd Parish aid Slate. Terms of Sab: (sd, wih tialt d appmaseeent. N. B. auUT, Administrator f Ssesl c Wilhia M. Bitcher and wile, Centha Am Butcher, dseoeed. Sr. Jomam , L&., J . 31s, 1611. JUDICIAL ADVIBTUENRRT. N g Los idc a m or ass teg. . State of s1th law Phte (ote, PUBIC NOTICE al burih, 4vrm trat L A. Kourdaoek wAiebyverr sa eassed, baa S le Flast Ameuset eal Trablea o Dttl of l l e the aBd Now. thereare, uales wrate eppe. iteon thereto be Sled ts the ree et the Clark of theOs e tbr hia P within ten dyuy aterw litn pul hreof, slaid aeeoust wlB hemue pted as prayejd r. wttaea my-ad ad wsl this, tLM lth dh or rfb, D. 111. CQek out Distriet Cert, Tea P. lah. I. FOR RENT.,m kihs sad both mm, aime b urhk~ m ones~ cmm, 7" s a Water Wi Erth! IA bootst CMPAN, Er icL cs, ,o T et.- a T A . o. aIr d s~ suits ,Overcs ts and Te rohabJgr uomptjU sa car S.W.''bI la.th-tle'n and pi_ -e hehe sw, Fancy Tests and anderwear Isw 2 W st Suit ehand hp an trunks fbs 1.3, is ontinues ou wiee Tem. stctly cash no roods 'sit opt a All onrs solicited aid the skiasG have our usual prompt lad careful aftm.w toap. ftQ~ Wh M iwg.V Rand.. RReDGE, .. ... ..... nocar opfai-t M 0MP_ "'i~.., o. . - jIrrljIS