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EW.clive January 1, 1911. ioUo s BOND STATION NolrM mOUND i OCAL--PASENOER PASSENOUR--LOCAL b McG3EfEEE. 2.15 P. M. McGEREE JCT 2.13 TRIPPE J<T. 1.65 " . 6. IA. MN. .....HALLEY 1.4 . .. MACON 1.27* " . AKE VILLAE.. I.10 I 7.10 ..JENNII. .. 12.56 7.17 ". ..OCHICOT ... 12.4 SAM. 7.. EUDORA. .. " . 12.34 6.5 P. M. .6 "" 7.44 " . READLANL... . .... 1..12. i 6.15 " 7. ". .... ARKLA, ARK. 12.14 6.00. I 7.5 01 ...MILLIKIN, LA.. 12.04 P. . 5.40 " 7.19 " a.13 " HI LBURN 11.52 5.15 " 1. 3 8.30 LAKE PROVIDENCE . 11.as 4.46 " S. "n 8 ... TRANSYLVANIA. 11.12 8.25 . " .02 ......ALSATIA . . 11.0 .15 . . 9.17 .ENOKA. 10.47 2.320 . .5 " 7 MANSFORD 10 37 " 2.00 .10 " 9.3 " ...TALLULAH .. 10.25 140 S".* 4 " . .. LACLEDE. 10.15 12.2" 11. " 10.00 .ALLIOATORRBAYOU. 10.00 12.056P. M. 11.a *" 10.i0 .Q IMBY 9.48 11.5 LIP. P. 10.22 SOMERSET 9.35 11.10 ' .4 * 10. ....NEWELLTON 9.15 10.3 1.M " 10.58 ..LAKE BRULEN . 9.00 0.00 i 1.29 " 11.0 .ST. JOBEPH . 8.45 9.40 1.0 1124 "' ..LOCUST RIDGE.. 8.3 9.00 e .4 " 11.85 " . ..... .GOLDMAN . ... 8.16 .42 . 11.41 .....WATERPROOF 8.12 8.3 Lg. " '.15 P. M. . CLAYTON JCT1 7.5 " 8.0 " S 12 0 ........... FERRIDAY.. 7.20A.M. 7.50 A. M. 1.00 P M. . ... VIDALIA .. .. 6.5 A. M. 1.30 ......... NATCHEZ. ... 6.00 " Do not simply ask for a "Phonograph"- I Ask for THE EDISO N PHONOGRAPH m tl Ifany pc,)ple think that all ci sound-lrolduciing instruments F are Ed lison' . The mistake is natural, because Thomas A. /F7AliI'n invented the talking machine idea and made the n tirst instrument that would re pryoduce the human ":oice. o b Mlr. Edlison is nolt responri bl for all instruments of this kind. lii Inmtrnlument-the one tb he has studied, experimented te with and perfected-is the Edi son1) Phonograph. at SYon want the instrument that eg1 has the genius of Edison hack of it; the one with the sensitive cl wax cylinder Records that have a musical tone far beyond that of other records; the one that at is equipped with a sapphire reproducing point that never needs changing. se instead of metallic needles; the one with a entbdued volumle of sound, suited to the home rather than a noisy, strident affair adapted to music halls and m other public places; the one that plays Amberol Records (playing over four ar 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 F fascinating feature ever offered by an amusement machine. tb To get all this you must get an Edison Phonograph. Go to an Edison dealer to-day and hear this superior instrument. ee There is an Edison Phonograh at a price to suit everybody's means, from Sn the Gem at $18.00 to the Amberol at $200.00. Write the undersigned for cowplete'catlogue of Edison Phonographs and Records. Ti S ion 4tandard Records............. ............................3 c simon Amberol Records (play twice as long) ................. ......SOc Edison Grand Opera Records. .............................7k to $2.00 an HUGO JERESLAW, NEWELLTON, LA Edison Phonograph Distributor. St A utomobes "Ik an St K1 at We are the agents in this district for "E. . M.F." and "Flanders" Automobiles. / Prompt deliveries are guaranteed. S,,30 He ,rse-Power, 4 CylderP, S Passem e Td T ib uor InAcluded of course. thi qfh 20 Horse*Powet, 4 Cyliuder Tourabout, af f i Magnet, One Lamps, Generator ad vei STube pera lacluded of Course. -:- : us for literature explaining these cars or if you are ai sly contemplating buying, come to Natchez and we yn Sgive you a demonstration that will be convincing.re We desire to establish an agency in St. Joseph. pi th. Baker & Mchwel Hardware Co., ". tn NOTICLE. ,23*Sfor Sa Che. _ I ARE now manufacturing 100,000 per day in three grades: BEST, and ECONOMY, and are pre to take caret of all orders, large or Car lots a specialty. Both river il shipments. We solicit a trial . We have been manfacturingshinlee the past ten years and guarantee our Very reipectfully, I.FPI'IIEW & UNGER. Smt Pown, Li., Oct. 5th, 1910. N atrICm of Louisiana, Parish of Tensas. Tenth Ditatriet Court. of S. Iuncan Farrar, dec'd. PUITIC NOTICE Is hereby given a Dunean Farras. Jr.. has applied appolnted Administrator of the of S. Duncan Farrar, de *I therefore unless written oppo thereto be filed in my offee with ldays from ftrat publicetion here - atd appointment will be made for. ] Witness my hand and the seal - Court this the Sad day of A. D. 191i. JOSEKPH CURRY. 19th District Court, lensas Par La., Marsk i, l11. STO TE T AU TT New Store! I H AVE just opened business in the Steen Building in St. Joseph and have lain in a fine line of DRY ;IK)DS, also a select stock of choice FAMILY GROCERIES. Am prepared to lll all orders in my line and will appreciate the pat runage of the public. Respectfully, SAM LEIBOVITZ, ste H1. st Jlp, La. (PLANK ROAD) FOR RENT. Neat Cottage St sup. Neat cottage in Price Field addllitlon, known as "Mont gonlery house," containing 4 large, comfortable rooms, kitchen and bath room, nice front porch and convenient out-hou-es; building is prac tically new, recently reno vatetl papered and paint ed anew, is in good state of repair. Occupancy on de mand. Terms rea4inable. SAsasrsh St Ie*. LL The following announcement of the engagement of Bishop Sessumsn daughter will be read with greatest interest by the many friends of the L beloved Bishop in Tensas parish: Bishop and Mrs. Davis Seslums an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter, *Alice, to Mr. Victor Leovy. The. marriage ha ill he celebrated on Thurslay, April .tlh, in Christ 'lurcnh Catihedra!. Miss .Sesems is the granddaughter of the late Bishop J. N. Galleher, of Louisiana, one of the most beloved prelates of the EPiscopal Church in the South. tier grandmother, Mrs. Galleher, who has made her home in Sewanee, Tenn., for some years past, is at present with her daughter, Mrs. Seeums, and will remain until after the wedding. Miss .essmns inherits the charm of her beautiful moth er, who, as Miss Alice Galleher, was one of the loveliest girls in the social world of New Orleans. Mims Semumns., who is one of the most pronfinent debutantes of this season, has been greatly admired since her formal introduction by her parents, in November. She is not only popular with the younger set, of which she is one of the handsomest and most attractive members, but has gained many friends in the older circles by her many lovely attributes of heart and mind and by her charming and affable manner. She was selected by the Atlanteans as one 0" the maids of honor at their ball (luring Car nival week and has been the recipient of much attention at all the prominent functions of the/winter. Mr. Leovy is the son of the late Henry J. Leovy, who was one of the prominent lawyers of this city, and is closely related to Judge Frank A. Monroe. The following Baton Rouge society note will be read with some interest here: Saturday evening the Friars of the Louisiana State University en tertained their friends at a dance at the clubhouse. The rooms were I prettily decorated in colors of the I club and flowers. Fruit punch was I served all during the evening, and at midnight a dainty supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ed monds, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stovall and Mrs. R. H. Snyder assisted the Friars in entertaininp and serving their guests. Special guests of the evening were Messrs. L. Pavy, C. Smith, T. B. Bird and Morris, of Tulane. Those dancing were: Messrs. and Misses L. H. Martin and Fort, Caraway and Cary, Sher rouse and Landry, Gunther and Dougherty, Howell and Fuqua, Pugh and Wilson, Slack and Moore, Stewart arid Granary, Bond and F Duncan, Garland and McCausland, t Turner and Alford, Corelle and j Brown, Hopkins and Francis Rob ertson, Johnson and Moise, Everett E and Pirie, James and Alexanderia, j Hall and Hochendell, Albright and a I)oherty, Selp and Goyer, Mayhew Ii and Prichard, Dickson and Lee. f, Stags: Messrs. W. Smith, Gandy, r Martin Redding, J. E. Redding, b Klock, Hazlip, Viguerie and Pavy. c Rev. Mr. Carson will oenduet services at Newellton on Sunday morning next, March 11, at 11 o'oloek, and at St. Jo seph at 7:30 p. . The pubic is cor dlally invited. Dr. Joseph Whitaker, late of Natches, has located at Ashwood, in. this parish, for the practice of medicine. Dr. Wbit akercomes to his new field bearing the most flattering recommendations. He was born in Wilkinson county, Miss., and graduated with honor from the Mis sissippi Agricultural & Mechanical College at Itarkville. He afterwards returned to this college and took a post-graduate course in chemistry. Before graduating in medicine and pharmacy from the Uni versity of the South at Sewanee, Tenn., he spent one year as intrine in the Nat ches Charity Hospital, and after gradu ation served at the Hospital for three years uas Assistant House Surgeon. Upon resigning this position to locate in Tensas parish, the Board of Trustees of the Hoe pital extended Dr. Whitaker a vote of - thlanks for his long and efficient service. When it is considered that over 000 pa- Ii tients are treated annually at the Nat- a chex Charity Hospital. it ~s clearly seen b that Dr. Whitaker has had considerable b experience m the practice of medicincine and surgery, and the community of Ash wood is to be congratulated on securing his services. I in r fow St. suptls Sc l For Week E.dg March 10. a HIGH SCHOOL. Aaale Hormaby Mabel owaon Willie LewisL Btbel Thoraburg Ida Horesby Edwa Blanohe Clyde BIacbe Joe Harper James F. Carry Joe Pasteruack Reeve Lewi. Lewis Bnodgraa SEVr.NTH GRADE. Fred Blancbe Mabel Netterville t lisabeth Crotber Pearl Horsaby lore~ May roaduraat 8I H GRADE. Mary egt!.o FIFTH GRADE. Raby FOURTH GRADE. Alex Blacklma May Young THIRD GRADE. C Dorothy SLianer erman Paaserae Ck Alice Boanduast Leas aragoa Cralae aHoromby SECOND GRADE. C aReiard Whitey Cuta BDuelow wsaity marke Cell Orr FIRST GRADE. David Horaby Jaae Newel . D . T. NPFIELD, Prinipal. S The IkMe h Sid! it u . Before a larte and appreciative crowd L the girl basket ball team of the Newell ton High School defeated the St. Joseph High School team by score of 22to 2. Though the outcome of the game was at no tiime in doubt, the spirit displayed by the N isitors won the admiration of their ,,ippnents. Held scoreless in the first half, theIy railled in the second and se nnrdc olne goal from the field. The ho'al team played a fast and aggressive game, keeping the hall for the meet part out of the danger zone. The impenetrable front rpreserverl by the guards, coupled with the accurate "''goal shooting" of the for Swards,. son rendered the visitors' chance of winning very small indeed. The fast work of Mabel Netterville. the small St. .oseph center. deserves mention, while the brilliant defensive game played by Carrie Daniel of the Newellton team ex cited very favorable comment. A very unfortunate accident shortly before the game caused the visitors to play under a serious handicap. Miss Elise Ilazlip, their mainstay at goal, suffered a seriously sprained ankle, and was un able to get into the game at all. OFFICIAL SCORE. ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL. Field Goals Foul Goals Clyde Blanche, It. F. 0 0 Runby Hornsby, L. F. 1 0 Mabel Netterville, C. 0 0 Ida Hornsby, R.G. 0 0 Total - - - 1 0 NEWELLTON HIGH SCHOOL. Field Goals Foul Goals ir Louise Murtoch, R. F. 4 0 N Inez Gordon, L. F. 4 6 V Susie M. Muir, C. 0 0 Josephine Aly, R. G. 0 0 tt Carrie Daniel L. l. 0 0 h Cr Total - - - 8 6 A Final Score: 22-2. Free throws, by sr Clyde Blanche, 3; Goals, 0; by Ruby Hornsby, 2; Goal, 0; by Inea Gordon, 11, Goals 6. Referee: Miss Robertson. Pt Umpires: Miss Buckner and Mr. Mac pherson. Time-keeper: T. M. Wade; ti Scorer: A. F. Smith; Time of halves: 15 M minutes. Civl Enginear. Civil Engineering, Land Surveys, Cc Rice Levees, Drainage, Irrigation. All work promptly and carefully done. References: H. Miller Todd and E. C. Tollinger, U. S. Assistant Engi neers, Vicksburg, Miss. Addre-- B. W. WATKINS LEIGH, 217 Breard St., MONOE, IA. Tke following item from Baton Rouge will be read with regret~by the many friends 'of the young kdy in this town: Miss Elvie Moore, a niece of Mrs. R. H. Snyder, was painfully in jured yesterdayby a runaway horse. a She was riding outside of the city an limits when the horse became frightened and threw her with ter- - rific force against the ground. Her jaw-bone was broken and she was bruised. She was taken to New Orleans this morning for treatment. He an Th ldsT REEIVEDI g" FIRES S Lft P hU SEE O ar AMERICAN SEED CO D. M. FERRY ST. JOSEPN DI6 CO., E Pni . 42 _Preesltkli CarelfUV CeM LU peumied Day r Niabt. PA Mr. R. C. Lancaster, the popular i liveryrpan of Waterproof, has added a new and handsome E. M. F. 30- O homrse power automobile to his livery business, for the accommodation of X the traveling public. The machine w isa beautg aau rididke a cradle. Mr. Lancaster can riow carry drum mers from point to point p. d. q. On Wednesday morning he brought a party out of Waterproof, consist ing of Misses Levy and Turpin, whom he carried to Oneonta, and Mr. L-,nius to St. Joseph. He then went up to Qtlimby, in Madison parish, for Messrs. Frank and Agee, returning to Waterproof in w the evening. Remaining in the St. Joseph Poet " Offie for week ending March 4 s Allen Amanda Maginnis, John Brooks, Alfred Miles, W. 8. Bee, Martha Mathers, J. O. N Brooks, Joe Marshel, Edman * Cooper, Sasie Miller, Piillis th Carter, Routhe Nibchole, Wade Davis, Bill Raae, elins p EUlles, Rie Trademen Pub Co it Guinn, E. W. Parker, Jimmie Honeywood, Pegia Parker, Roxie lHamris, Rebeca Suallivan, Magie j Homes, Walker Tolon, Fanny Johnoon, Charlotte Thosm, Maryt Licoln, Fred Tale om Ce. Iouis, Maady Wade, ni IsUtwiD ft Atwtys Pays to sit Spid when things are not running right. If you are having trouble with the lubrication of your machinery we will prescribe for you. Out of the variety of TEXACO LUBRICATING OILS our experts can give you one exactly suited to your needs., Re duce friction cost to a minimum. Texas Oil Co. SOLD BY G lley Gr ay Co. St. Joseph, La. After a pleasant visit to relatives in St. Joseph the past ten days, Miss Annie Ratcliff has returned to Vidalia. The committee having in charge the program incident to Rally Day have concluded to postpone the ex ercises from the 4th and 5th of April, as first agreed, to the 6th and 7th. Mr. Percy Chamberlain, one of proprietors of the Henderson Marble Works, of Natches, spent a day or two, this week, with his consins, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stowers, at Clinton Place. --80.00 per month straight salary and expenses, to men with rig, to introduce our Poultry Remedies. Don't answer unless you mean bu siness. Eureka Poultry Food Mfg. Co. (Incorporated) Eust St. Louis. 1OS. WHITAKER, . D., *Ashwpd, La. SpciiLow hts t3 MM ree, La. Maeh 14-15. For aceoent of the 25th Annual C. vention Louisiana Sunday School Amod atlon, the Iron-Metal aarlh ee sauorised a rate of one fare ph. c for the round trip. Date of saleMarh 14th sad 16th, good for retrn March 19, 1911 F. MORRIS, Ticket Aglns. FOR SALE. At "Woodburn" Planation: Mul Horses, Hop, Farming Ipleets and Household (Good, one Lth.Raoep and Heatig Store. Some egieral Thoroughbred Mule-foot Hop, aid to be immune from Cholera. JOHN MARTIN. Lost, Strayid aStdlu! smolotL and is good esadidm, arries her ears up treragt, with thei a tured IN. BHas a new aoa growlrlag the left fore leg; tal bobbe4 of iquw. Any one gi n lafrwmtlon relmtag ti he recovery olla . own rr rd. L'Arelmt, Oeaorla P1rahs, La. Trespass Notice. BT PsIS61011 of the owars thmreof the tolnowlar prper re poasi ea4 d a -eos are wrned hot im oees a proLseuted. The propeties so pdt are as follows: GLENIC MUIR EuDGIL -ERTHA VIU D'a ND uOW ROUTIODSOOD WD NlY wr --1s101 ao-oCLntNA -arDH ISD lDOW eata WEIToRE' M PlD atsOeN arras mr a u~umam rumn LIrrTa rAlnKT ry ST. mar ' Ime ST. ISE 110k n ,, IOIDaD "adaLaIhusaa it lt" Trespass Notice. etlteE, s this aagJ 1 rr l a HUNTING ANDA L slagon.this preaeiI Is Pasitt . P. M . HARDING, Agee. - Trespass Notlie. Hls.har, sad ****tee ,Psay are UO ona 1w Trerp u. . .Da. Driik "Crazy" The Best Water on Earth! NATCHEZ DRUG COMPANY, PEARL ST. L'"nUK A. G. CASSELL. CO., (80cs.Wor to Hardawr & Cem) Wholesale Dr ''.i st. and RetailDr iggists. Yambetsera of the Fmouw 7amtP &memed IINP mK cit ms Todc 3 ncity Asthepers m at, Tvemr PTm NW City CAg) Sgme K art sermpr M City teU &Chaom a re m re dlnmd r m- asnt , m CMU. Pwder L ems ... Lu Platt's Dyspepsia Cure:-:Platt's CMil Taonl 2%v -A C..ierd StaM M 14 Wbwr $ SS. jE Vicksburg, -Mts. LekI r oWSn- Si . !.. . a " _ IJ. l " - ' ' I . 2 }i'l l M. M. ULL.AN & " . Gloth.. 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