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free when six or more prints are
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3111 -2 MAIN ST. :-: NATCHEZ, MISS.
TO YOUR WALL
TO YOUR MEMORY
TO YOUR SATISFACTION F
TO YOUR CONVENIENCE "
I PICESSION IS NOT A RACE.
1. FOGGO DIXON, o
P. O. Box No. 233 a
Nathlez, - Miss.
PLENTY NEW t
HULLS AND IEAL!
lOnr Customers please note: Hulls ti
sd Meal Sold for Cash Only. Send f
Maw with Order. o
TBNSAS COTTON OIL Co
ST. JOSEPH, L. h
PHONE No. 4
S r.ae H Paelat Avenue,
Ner ULvery Stable
e AL l WI K NARANTEEt . a[
Pbhm. No. 17 t
ID-Orders left at Livery Stable
will have attention. 1
GRDEN RESTAURANT i
NATCHEZ, - - MISS.
Op.eelts C.erkaa Neted.
We wish to notify our Teneas friends t
that we are condtucting a very nicely
appointed cafe and reetauranmt just op
pit. the Corinlna Hotel, to whitth
ty are specially invited when in our
ety. Regular dinner served from 12'
to 3. Price 2.5c. Every thing else
aerved at our counter pnces.
E US A CAL WIlt II IATCEZ.
TONEY & WHITE.
JI'DI(I AI. ADI ERTI.EMINKT.
hsdof Louisiana, Parish of Tenes, Tentlh
hocessaon of Mrs. Patle Kline Stanford,
UBLIC NOTICc is hereby given that by
vhrtue of an order of sale to me dlrect
s, by the above named Honorable Court, in
, s above styled matter, I will, on
ATUIIDAY, the act day ** MARCH,
A. D. 1913,
Ar for sale at the Court House door in the
To of St. Joseph. in this parlish, between
lOlrsol of Il o'ci(wk A. M. and 4 t'chwk
P. M. to the hlighest bidder, for cash, anti
ltniag to law, the following property.
L stag to the 8uccession of Mrs. Patit
l0tanford, deceased, to-wit:
That part of the South-half of Sectiton
TWeaty () lying Sttth and last of Choctaw
ban; the Bouthwest qluarter of Section
Swety-one (tI, and 12 acres in the Northeast
mEai of the Northeast quarter of Section
t sy-nine (S). all in Township 1i. Rangt
t a"t, containing in all 88 acres, more or
'trms of alec: Casb, with benefit of ap
* JOHN HUGHEB. Sheriff.
Ut. Joseph. La.. January 4. 1918.
aeIoft Loulisiana. Parish of Tensats. Tenth
in Alairs of the Minors-Janie M. and Al
berta Y. Newell.
PUULIC NOTICE is herebyhr given that by
u~ e of an Order of Sale to, me direct
Siby the above named Honorable Court. in
bnove estyled matter. I will, on
IMMb tmi i. Iu ef M kM . il.
ae for sale at the Court House doott. in tbhe
TuWhr of St Jote.ph. in thil parih, between'
hours of 11 A. M. and 4 P. M.. to the
iSe bidder, on the rterm. hereinafter
sattoeed the following delcribed proper
'5. bitlte in this par'sh, and belonging to
. - above named minors:
SetNo. 4 of the sub-divi.ion of Tullonia
Itaal.tion. in tbhs pariah. as shown bv ma.,
a id sub-divion r cordlced at page 247 *,I
V Ltltt I s ecord "P." etntauiningp 30 acres.
" 5rof Sale: For not less than 3.00 per
Se,: tS.0 In cashb and oslance repretentedl
Se notes for equal amounts. due respect
it 1 , 8, 4 and 5 years from date, witi
cemt ta tnt..eat from date. Interest pal
WeI illy, and secured by vendor' lie
oi " " ert..sol.d, or for all cash.
k. V. NEWELL. Natural Tutor
. JMoseph. La., January 24th. t9ta.
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PROCEEBINS FIFTI LOUISIANA
()FFI(CE OF THE HBOAIt) oF ('c\IM
IoN'Its ,)TH I.\. LE.\.EK I)IrT. 1
Tallulah, La., Fehruary 12th, 191:3
Th'le Board of Comnmissioner- for thet
Fifth iuisiana Levee Diistrict met iII
regular session at its office at Tallulah,
La.. on this day.
P'resident E. C. Rhodes called the
meeting to order at 11 o'clock a. mi. The
roll tbeing called, the following Cominis
sioners answered to their names:
F. 1.. 1lainle East Carroll parish
1. I. K ol Madison parish
.1. II. aKndl.li n
. I. n n Concordia parish
)In totion of Cotmmissioner .I. .M.
l,.hnson, readting of the minutes of the
pret'\io i meeting were dispensed with.
'1The1 repoarts of lon. E.. C. Rhodles,
I re'.id-nt, and .1. T. McClellan, General
I nsle tor, were read and filed.
(Com,,munications interchanged between
l'resident Rhodes with the United States
and the State Engineers and various cit
izens of the District, was read and dis
cuvisl by the Board.
Major M. P. Robertson, of the State
Board of Engineers, was present at the
meeting and discussed the various phases
of the situation, relative to the levees
along the entire line. In his remarks.
Major Robertson said that lie concurred
with the President and Major McClellan,
and that lie regarded the levee situation
safe and that he felt that nothing serious
would occur from the present flood.
4)wing to the fact that the water ona the
laud side of the Salem new loop, and vi
cinity, is against the levee, and there is
no outlet for drainage, the following res
olution was offered by Commissioner Hill
and duly seconded :
Be it Resolved, That on an early (late
as is practicable, the Engineer Depart
ment be requested to make a survey of
the vicinity of Salem levee in order to es
tablish lines with the view of perfecting
the drainage of the levee, and that the
President take the matter up with the
M., H. & L. Rail Road and Police Jury
of East Carroll parish, and ask their co
operation and assistantance in providing
drainage for this section. Carried.
Mr. John A. Fox, Secretary of the In
terstate Levee Association, appeared be
fore the Board and explained the object
of tllis tady as being organized to make
a fight for the improvement of the Mis
sissippi River, and construction and
maintainance of an adequate levee system
by the Federal Government. Mr. Fox
asked that the Board appropriate $1,000,
a year for membership as a constituent
part of this Association in furtherance of
On motion of Commissioner Young, the
following resolution was offered:
Be it Resolved, That the matter of an
appropriation to assist the Interstate
Levee Association be taken under consid
eration, and action4 be deferred until the
next meeting of this Board. Carried.
Judge E. C. Montgomery appeared be
fore the Board with a request that his
title to the following described land, sit
nated in Madison parish, La., be per
fested: East half of Southeast quarter,
Section 29; Southeast quarter of South
west quarter, Section -8, in Township
16t, Rainge 10 East, 120 acres. Said land
now in possession of the Levee Board by
title from the State.
ton mnotion of Mr. Young, the follow
ing resolution was offered:
Be it Resolved, that the land matter
presented by Judge Montgomery be re
ferredt to the President with instructions
that same be referred to an attorney,
and report the result of his investigation
at the next meeting of the Board,
President Rhodes appointed the follow
Finance Comnmitte Hamlel
Executive Committee Johnt n
On motion of Mr. Kell, the Secretary
was authorized to exchange the old type
writer now in the office, for a new one,
and pay the difference of $60.00 for the
exchange, and that the President be au
thorizeil to issue script for said amount.
(On motion of Mr. Young, the Board
adjourned until the next regular meet
E. C. RHODES, President.
). W.:CAMPBELI., Secretary.
If this paper had sntticient space we
woldl pubiliish a complete list of our sat
itiedl ";Gilt Edge" flour customers.
I;ulley Grocery Co.
Notice to Negro Teacnhers.
lPublic notice is hereby given that I
Sill conduct a special examination for
Negro teachers in the Colored school.
!aous in the town of St. Joseph on Fri
day and Saturday of February 28th and
March Ilt,ltl::, fr all tlhose teachers that
:failed it the .\ugust examination as well
ai fr ttase who may wish to take the
All applicants must report on Friday
at t10 A. I. with large paper, legal cap
pnrfertel, and a soft lead pencil.
A fee of one dollar will be charged, as
this tmoney Sges to the State Examining
Nlembersn of the School Board as well
a- planters hlo miiay be interested in the
Nagrra schools will confer a favor on iie
aie by tellilng the teachere of this notice.
THHOS. M. WADE, Supt.
"M. ,hseldla, la., February 1:ith, 1913.
S UCCf.SSION NOTIrCE
State pf lomisana. Parish of Tensaa. Tenth
District Ca urt.
.ueees,ihn ofI Jan. R. Lyncb.h, de',
pUBLI(' 'OTICE ta hereby given that John
I D. Lynch has applied to be appointed
Adminiatrator of the Suceselon of Jas. R.
Now. therefore, unls written opposition
;hereto be filedt in my ofBce within ten days
after first ,ublication hereof, said appoint
utent will be madae as prayed for.
I(L. 8.1 Witness my hand and the seal of
-a il Court, this 14th day of February., A. D.
S'P,--.g.".. -,, 1 P ' tr,
FRESH GARDEN SEED!
We have lust gotten In a full supply
VEGETABLE and FLOWER seeds
of the two wellaknown and popular
houses, so familiar to our people
D. M. FERRY & @O.
The AIMERIaAN SEED eO.
St. Joseph Drug Go., Ltd.
Winter MENS O
iThs. J. Reed & Co.
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS,
PANTS, UMBRELLAS, SUIT CASES, MSN AND BOYS WEAa
GLOVES, TIES, UNDERWEAR-EVERY 406 MAIN STREET
THING NEEDED AT THIS SEASON
REDUCTIONS ON BOYS' SUITS! NATCHEZ, MISS.
MANY BARGAINS OFFUED FOR CASH.
WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS.
I HAVE MOVED!
My mule Stables are now located at 219 Main St. and No.
312 State St. I required more room.
Plenty of Mules on hand now and more coming.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE ME.
J. A. HARRINGTON,
219 MAIN STREET
312 STATE STREET
MOLES AND WARTS
Removed with MOLESOFF, without pain or
danger, no matter how large or how far raised
above the surface of the skin. And they will
never return and no trace or scar will be left.
MOLESOFF is applied directly to the MOLE or
WART, which entirely disappears in about six
days, killing the germ and leaving the skin
smooth and natural.
MOLESOFF is put up only in One Dollar bottles
Each bottle is forwarded postpaid on receipt of price, is neatly packed
in a plain ca.e, accompanied by full directions, and contains enough renm
edy to remove eight or ten ordinary MOLES or WARTS. We sell MOIES
OFF under a positive guarantee if it fails to remove your MOLE or WART,
we will promptly refund the dollar, Letters from personages we all know.
together with mu gh valuable information, will be mailed free upon request
Guaranteed by the Florida Distribating Co. Under the Food
and Drugs Act, Jane 30th, 1906. Serial No. 45,633
Please mention this paper Florida Distributing Company
when answering Penascola, Florida
Guns - Sporting Goods I
AGRICULTURAL IMPUMENTS __
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
At the Lowest Market Price for Sale by
LOUIS HOFFMAN COMPANY
nOFFMAN BLOCK VICKSBURG, MISS.
THE OUIITH'S ,'.TEST 0 CRO |inE in
1COOL OF BUIE." OLLEGE.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Shotuld be rvea thebeettrala to Pe.
pare them fot eaceem Ia bUelsema.
} ~ ereronal laatructloa, Tree Rmploy
meat Departmeat. Complete CColl
anak. Co11ese store sa4 twe
No mlsrepreeatatloa to oeeroe ets
dents. Throh th e esaces ofits
2000ooo formr etadta, os Cole o
is recogased ever'where as a W
Awake, aLoPepoular & S 0r
Hi l I•ce isbiHilchool.00 SOL &I SO•NS
(10th District Court.)
To Appear Monday, February 17, 1913,
10 o'clock A. M.
P. P. Hansbrongh........... Lucky Hit
H. D1). Smith ............. ..... Sundown
H. E. Palmer................ Goldman
:. .J. W alton................. t..hweph
1i. 1. Shelley.......... ..... Barcelona
S. A. Winterton......... Cypress 6ro\e
(;i . A. Steen ................ St. Joseph
Jnm. W. Osborne......... Mound Bayou
T. 1H. Snodgrass............. St. Josephl
F. D. Childres... ......S... t. Joseph
.1. M. Stantoi........ .......Thistle Ridge
Abe Marks .................... Waterproof
R . N. Hunter .............. Waterproof
.1. S. Parker ........... ...... Dickard
It. 0. lHornsby ...... ........Mt. Ararat
A true copy.
Attest:- E. F. NEWELL,
Dy/. Clerk 10th Dis. Court.
When your wife tells you to send honme
a barrel of best tiour, don't cheat her;
send "Gilt Edge." Sold by the leading
merwcbut of >. Jomsph, ,ewellten and
Better Than Spanking.
Spanking will not cure children of wet
ting the bed, because it is not a habit but
a dangerous disease. The C. H. Rowan
Drug Co., Department 2491, Chicago,
Illinois, have discovered a strictly harm
less remedy for this distressing disease
and to make known its merits they will
send a 50c Package securely wrapped
and prepaid Abolkutely Free to any
reader of The Gazette. This remedy also
cures frequent desire to urinate and iu
ability to control urine during the night
or day in old or young. The C. H.
Rowan Drug Co. are an old Reliable
Hlouse, write them to-day for the free
medicine. Cure the afflicted members of
your family, then tell your neighbors
and friends about this remedy.
Notice to the Pablic.
,CYPBRB8 GROVE"' l posted aganlast all
HUNTING, FISHING, TAPPING, and
WGI&L TURSPASSING, INOLUtDING
S. 6,wu mlOS, t l0obs.
Miss Marjorie Davidson retorn,
this week fr,,m Chattanooga aftr ha
delightful visit to her sister, Mrs.
B. B. ;axter.
Mr. B. B. Baxter paid a sh,,rt
visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. I
vidson, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Emile Mayer anI
little son, William, returned Frid .v
from a visit to New Orleans.
Rev. Mr. Henry will conduct
vices at the Union Church nex
Sunday. morning and night.
Rev. Mr. Mclntosh will make !
usual fourth Sunday visit to St. .i,
seph next Sunday, 23rd inst., f,,:
morning and night services.
Hon. W. M. Davidson has hc;.
quite ill the past week, sympten,
of appendliitis itsing manifest. A'
this writing his condition is replt
ed much better.
The river situation is much bet
ter and the outlook continues more
encouraging. All rivers above are
falling and the crest will probably
pass this point within the next day
or two, when a stand will be reached,
to be followed by a decline, possibly
early next week. Practically all dan
ger of overflow is now considered
past, for which our people are very
The Rev. Mr. Johnson counduct
ed services at Christ Church last
Sunday night. Mr. Johnson an
nounced that during the Lenten
season he would visit St. Joseph
every Wednesday and conduct ser
vice that evening. His next regu
lar appointment for St. Joseph, not
including the Wednesday night ser
vices, will be the second Sunday,
morning and night, with holy com
munion at 7:30 Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Snodgrare
and daughter, Miss Annie, and
youngest son, Mr. Lewis Snodgrass,
left on Friday for Shreveport, where,
they expect to reside in future.
Their friends in this town, whe e'
they have lived so many years, ...e
loth to give them up, and since hl"
hope they will enjoy prosperity an:(
happiness in their new home. The e
is certainly no lady in St. Jose-,h
who will be more greatly mris .d
in all social, charitable and religi
work than Mrs. Snodgrass, and
place here will he hard to fill
Thos. Snodgrass, Jr., who has in.. :
in San Antonio for some time, will
join his parents at Shreveport.
The department of Household Ec,::
omy of the St. Joseph High Sc '
wishes to announce that there will I"
special class in Domestic Science or.
iwd. This class is to be Extension "
for the ladies of the community who -:
to take a series of twelve lessons, which
though complete in themselves, will Ilr ed
to further work in this line to be gi%,
These lessons will be given one af
noon of each week beginning at once,
will include lectures and practical a
on household subjects dealing with
preparation, care and preservation of f,
and the principles of cookery for e
omy, variety and snecial purposes, hit ,
hold sanitation and other points of
The classes will be held in the 1
School Laboratory. Those participa
will pay only for the materials used.
Miss Fleming will be pleased to'
all who are interesed communicate v t,
her at the earliest opportunity.
Mr. (;rocery Man, the New Ye -
with you. Shake the dust of inferlrr
flours out of your old apron, and resle
to handle "Gilt Edge.' We sell it.
GULLEY GROCERY Co
$1n Ilrwd $1il
The readers of this paper will Ih
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stass and t:lr, i
Catarrn. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the .,,n
positive cure now known to the meicril
fraternity. Catarrh being a conatnt-onal
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the bhlod
and mncous surfaces of thesystem, there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assiting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative powers
that they offer One Hundred Dollars for
any casethat it fails to cure. Sendfor a
list of testimonials
Addree~ F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tole
Sold by all l)ruggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
The State Examining Committee re
ports the following teachers, who are
now teaching, have failed to secure cer
Itificates: A. L. Parker, Island Scheol;
J. A. Carter, New Light School; Idells
Waters, Stonewall School; A. -E. Scott,
iCrimes School; Eva D. Carter, Frog
more School; Amanda Randall, China
Grove School; A. C. Shaifer and Pearl
SShaifer, St. Joseph School; M. B. Wil
liams, Dickard School; J. P. Mitchell,
Pecano School; Annetta Mitchell, Wa
eterproof School; Gertrude Westhington,
eSewellton School; Sally J. Turner, St.
, Peter School; Annie R. Sanders, Newell
ton School; Pearl Abberth, Via Mede
I am in need of negro teachers to fill
the above positions as well as for other
schools in the parish that are vacant.
If there are any teachers who wish to
fill these positions made vacant as a m
I suit of failing to pass the examlnati
Splease make aolication at oe.
SeO. M. W1DEt Sept.
Embenan lt, 191.d
I "Good Things to Eat"
Roquefort Cheese, per p und .. .....$ .60
Swiss Cheese (imported, per pound ......................... .50
Edam Dutch Cheese, 4-p und e :ch .............. ........ 1.20
Walnuts, Brazil Nuts anc Almonds, per pound ............... 23
Heinz PURE CIDEI Vine car, per gallon .... ................. .50
" Tomato Ketchup, I . oz. size ............... ........ .2
" Peanut Butter, me Hium sire, each ......... ....... .....1
" Mixed Fruits and. ellies, 0 oz. jars. ................. .50
" Pork and Beans, si 1.1 size, each .............. ...... .10
" Dill Pickles, mediu n tins, 2 for .......................... .35
" Plain Pickles " jars each .................. ..... .25
" Chow-Chow " jars, each......................... 2
0. & B. Chow-Chow and Ohirkins, each ........................ .50
Robin Brand Pancake Fk ur, 30 oz. each ......................... .1I
Buffalo Brand Raisins ant, Currants, pound packages ........... 15
Dromedary Dates, 12 ox packages, each ....................I..... .S
California Dried Figs, 6 o c. packages, 3 for ....................... .2
Norway Mackerel, new ack, each ............................ 10
Prunes, 40-50's, per po nd ........................... ... ... .15
California Dried Peaches. per pound . ......... ........... .I3
Old Monk Brand Mammn th Olives, per bottle .................... .35
B. & M. Cod Flakes in cans, 2 for .............................. .35
Robin Brand Asparagus :lps. each ........................ ... .3
Petit Pols Peas, 1 pound cans, each ............................. 15
Half-Gallon Jars Dill Pickles (large) each ........................ .33
Buffalo Brand Tomatoes, No. 2, Tins, each ............ ..... .10
Robin Brand Strawberry Preserves (Jars) ............. .... .50
Onion Pickles, medium size ...................................... .25
Blue Label Ketchup, 13Sc and......... ................... .25
Bayle's Prepared Horse Radish and Mustard, 11 oz ............ .IS
Crisco, for cake making, i 1-2 pounds ............................ .25
Wesson Snowdrift Oil, 2 pound quarts ........................... .35
Dunham's Desslcated Cocoanut--eighths ..................... 058
Buffalo Brand Gooseberries, 2 pounds, each ................... .20
Candled Citron and Orange Peel, per pound ................... ..25
Tobasco Sauce (Mcllhenny) ................ ...............50
Durkee's Salad Dressing, per bottle .......................... 3115
Filtered Lemon Juice, small size bottle ................. ...... .3
Olive Oil, quart and pints (Plagulol) ................... ..3 and .65
Cranberries and all Kinds of Spices and Flavoring Extracts
We Solicit Mail Orders and will give same Frompt Attentio.
(ive Us a Trial.
W. R. BAKER & SON,
St. Joseph, - - - - - La.
PHONE No. 29
SSAVE 1-2 MONEY!
YOU IIAVE APPLIED FOR
IT MAKIT Iu PUCIASES iEIE SI
TIHE SALE STARTS THEN AND EVERY
A Suit, Overcoat, Pants
Reduced 33 1.3 c"
MAll Shirts, Underwear and Sweaters
SReduced 25 Per Cent
mI. MwcE I SlClAL SECucs I CcUIL A MEnm
' SALE CASH!
M. M. ULLMAN &CO.
* s oIr - U ATCHZ, h eSS.
"0000 CLOTHES SINCE 5071"
SUGAR CANE TABLE SYRUP
THE REAL THING
G. W. ORY & C0.,
S..rI I I m- F try i y ld " a l .