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JU'I)I('IAL ADVERTISEMENT. Nrov
O RR OF SALL- the
S State of Louisiana. Parish of Tennas, Tenth ditol
District Court. at th
UNI(ON LAND & TIMBER ()'O. tgr
vs. No. 5 mart
g ilIRS oF THOS. P. FARRAR. E AL petit
PUBLIi( NOTICE is hereby given, that by 3.A T
virtute f an Order of Sale to me directed rnnn
by the above named Honorable ('ourt, in the 31. 1
above namedl matter, I will. on- chat
UTIMAY tI 3th ky at AlllST 1. 1113, n
oler for sale at the (ourt House doIr, in the Nort
Town of St Joseph, in this parish, between marl
the hours of tI o'('lock A. M. and 4 o'clock :It
p. M., to the last and highest bidder, for "C
cbsh, the following described property, sit- toin
asted in this parish, and belonging in In-dl chat
vision to Union Land & Timber Co. and to clid
thO Heirs of Thos. P. Farrar. and to Richard said
C. Gregg, in the prqoportions as follows: to, T
ibhard ('. G(regg. one half, to Union Land
a Timber C,'.. one-fourth, and to the heir- t.
SuThos. P. Farrar. one-fourth, to-wit:
The West half of the Northeast quarter of
Section twenty eight .Township twelve, North
ge ten, East, containing seventy-nne S
Terms of Bale: Cash. Stat
JOHN HUGIIES. Sheriff.
pt. Joseph, La., July 2Mth. 1913.
Stateof Louisiana, Parish of Tensas, Tenth
KILLODEN PLANTING CO.
vs. No. M56 pU
HEIRS OF THOS. P. FARRAR. meo
' UBLIC NOTICE In hePebv given, that by
r virtue of an Order of Safe to me directed Vi
by the above named Honorable Court, in the offe
aBove named matter. I will. on- Tow
TINMIT thS Slth dy N AIST L l. I13. the
s for atle at the Court House door, in the n
of St. Joseph, In this parish, between lans
or bOnua of 11 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock num
P. M., to the last and highest bidder, for
cash, the following described property. alt- A
S gated in this parish, and belonging in indl- of
, e W s to Killoden Planting Co. and to the cent
Hera of Thos P. Farrar, in the proportions BWo
. s follows: Kilwlen Planting Co., three- We
learths (-4), and to Heirs of Thoa. P. Far- saId
lrt one-fourth (1-4). to-wit: Caft
S he East half of the Northeast quarter, with
West half of the Southeast quarter, and rant
goathwest quarter of Section ,. containing Ohs
three hundred and eighteen and ninety-one Ht
a-ehundredths acres: West half and orth- one
ast quarter of Section $4, containing four (ire
handred and eighty and fifty-four one hun- line
dredtha acres, and the Northwest quarter of said
letion 36, containing 100 acres, all in Town- Set
ship11, North, Range 9, East. of
irmtu of Sale: Cash.
JOHN HUGHE8, Sheriff. of J
It. Joseph. La., July 25th, 1913. to
JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENT by,
R. O IOF SALE. At
- to tl
State of Louisiana, Parish of Tensas, Tenth acr
District Court. will
UNION LA.D & TIMBER CO. said
vs. No. 5M sa
HEIRS OF THOS. P. FARRAR. par
DUILIC NOTICE is hereby given, that byI Al
Svirtue of an Order of Sale to me directed all
by the above named Honorable C.urt, in the ,f S
move named matter. I will, on- her
TIUMAT thu 36th dby f AIST, L l. 1313, Mr
fer for sale at the Court House door, In the , I
Town of St. Joseph, in this parish, between sud
the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and4 o'clock
P. M., to the last and highest bidder, for
chthe followIng deacrtlbed property, sit
UsIet in this parish and belonglng In indi
tisloa to Union Land & Timber Co. and to
the Heirs of Thon. P. Farrar, in the propor- i
oas as follows: to Union Land & Timber Co.
tree-fourths, and to Heirs of Thos. P. Par
sre, one-fourth, to-wit:
The West half of the Northeast quarter of,
Section 8. containing 80.86 acres; and the,
Northeast quarter of Section 4, containing
13.14 acres; all in Township 11, Range 10
lIst; also the Boutheast qluarter of Section
U, ontalinin 186.10 acres, and the West half
94 the We half of the Northeast quarter i
SoSection I, containing 896.08 acres, all ina
Township 12,. Range 10 East.
Terus of ale: Cash.
JOHN HUOGHEB, Bheriff.
St. Joseph, La.. July 26th, 1918.
WUT OF Flm rACIAsl.
tate of Louisana, Parish of Tensas, Becond .
Justice Court. a
vs. No. 490
DUBLIC NOTICE ia hereby given that bs a
. virtue of a writ of Plerl Facias to me (l
. - otel by the above Honorabile Court. in the
- bove styled matter, I have seized and will,
SATURDAY the I30th day o AUGUST.
A. D. 1ti.
*eer for sale at the ofe of the Second
Ward Justice c'ourt, in the Town of Newell
toe, In thti parish and State, and between
the hours ft 11 (o'clok a. m. uand 4 o'clock p.
E., the fdllowlng described property situat
ed in the Parish of Tensas, State ot Louis
anas, and seized In the atrve styled and
aumbered suit, to-wit:
That certalin lot of groun.d, being a part (,f
outhrobwd plantation, in the Parish of Ten
5, bteginning at a romnt on Lake St. Joseph
rablrd. f.rrtv-three 1(43) feet distant fro
( outheast corner of Lot No,. 1 of the
Routhwood Fieitl Addition to the Town of
Newellton, as per map of same, recorded in
Notarial itcord 'N, page 648, on the 1lth
day of MaY. 1901, Rec,ords of the Parish of
Ten.as, anl being that same lot sold to Sal
S le Chase. as per act passed before Louis
B]ckner. a Notary Public in and for the Par
ish of Tensas. on the Iltih day of January.
195, reference to which map and deed is
e., ereby made for a descuriptionof said Lot No.
i1 from the Southeast corner of which lot a
starting piut is made for a description of
the Lot ierein conveyed, running thence
North 60 ,irrees East 181 feet to a stake.
thence North 30s degrees, a0 minutesa, Wet
94 feet. thence South 50 degrees iWest 177
feet to the said Lake St. Joneih public r oad.
toence .Snith 29 dIlrees 48 minutes, Rust (24
feet asio -.al' I puhlli t rd to the Idacte i,
beginning. andI containing one (1) acre of,
Termta o Sale: Caah, with benefit of ap
ra- m JnULI'S SALOMON, Dy. Sheriff.
NMIwLLTOuN. LA.. July 28th. 1913.
- This I a precriptios prOpeted epecially
- MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVEN.
_Five or six does will break say c , sad
r tskea then as a toic the Fmeer will not
stur. It set on the 1rw.' be ,r taN
dm.. matd oes a. gripew h.b m
ORDER oF SALE.
State of Louisiana. Pariah of Tensa. Tenth
B. F. YOUNG
ES S. CHAS. YOUNG
BLANCHE L. YOUNG
pft'RLLC NOTICE i hereby given that by
virtue of an Order of Sale to me direct- I
ed by the ahove named Honorable Court, in
- the above styled matter. I will, on
H SATIUT the 35th day of AMIST A. L. 1113,
n offer for sale at the Court House door, in the
Town of St Joseph. In this pariah, between
the hours of 11 A. M. and 4 P. M.. to the
highest bidder, for cash. the following de
-'crihbdi propertv. sittutte'i in this parish. and
belonging in indivision to R. F. Young and
to the above named minors. R. Chas. Young
Sand Rlanchse L. Young, to he sold to effect
I partition theref among the co-owners:
The ('harlton plantation. ituated' on Lake
S'at Peter. in the Pariah of Tenesa. Il.nisana.
" heing more ,nrticulnrlv desrihbel as follows,
to-wit- The FPnt five-eights of Section 31. the
Past bhlf of Rection 30. Township 11. North.
C Range I. East: salo that tract of land lying
hbetween the boundary of the Charlton and
SSt. Peter plantations and a line drawn and
to be drawn byh John Johnson. Parish Sur
ve-or as 'shown by plat on the parish map
made by the raid Johnson. Includinr one
hundred acres, with the buildings and Im
pr,ovements thereon, said line beginning at
the intersection of the old boundary between
the Charlton and Rt. Peter plantations with
the main plantation ditch. and following said
th ditch to the intersection of a line beginning
at the cottonwood tree on. the said houndrary
line httweer said Charlton and St. Peter
tlantations, and running thence North AO 1-2
degrees. East 40--hbeing the direct or reverse
hearing of snid line: said tract helng further
descrihbed as follows: beginning at a point
marked ''B" on map made by Henry Smyth.
surveyor. annexed to and made a part of the
petition of plaintiff In this sult. which point
marked "B" is established as follows: be
ginning at the Southeast corner of Section
by 36. Township ll.North. Range 10. East thence
ed running East saing the Routh line of Section
he 31. Township 1,. North. Range 11, East. 30
chains to the boundlarv line between Charl
ton and St. Peter plantations, thence North
20 cbhlins to "B.'" and beginning at "'R"
he Nortn 50 degrees West 4I chains to point
en marked "A" on said man, then beginning
t'k at r.' again North.50chains topoint marked
'or "C" on said map,. thence from point "''C" to
it- psint marked ' A" South 50 dtegrees West 45
i- chains, the said one hundred acres being in
to eluded in the triangle "A." "R." "C," of
.rd said map. which I on file In my office.
to Terms of Sale' ('ash.
udl J.OHN HUGHES. Sheriff.
irs St. toseph. La.. July 25th, 1913.
Jt' JUDICIAL ADVERTISEMENT.
ne SLZUR AND SALE.
State of Louisiana. Parish of Tensas, Tenth
DUNCAN (t. MINOR
vs. No. 5610
oth MRS. ANNIE W. HORNSBY
- AND HUn5ASED -
S. P. HORNSBY.
108 PIUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that by
virtue of a writ of Seizure and Sale to
me directed by the above named Honorable
Court in the above styled suit, I have seized
and will. on
e1 SATUrA the 21th lay f SEPTTEl I, A . M1 , -
he offer for sale at the Court House door of the
Town of St. Joseph, In this parish, between
the hotra of 11 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock
p. m. the following described property, sit
ue nated in the Parish of Tensas, State of Louis
'en iana, and selsed in the above styled and
nck numbered sault, to-wit:
rt- A certain lot or parcel of land in the Town
dii of St. Joseph, and being a part of the lot re
the cently occupied by Captain and Mrs. Albert a
>na Bondurant, the said lot commencing on the
West side of Second street where the line of
ar- said Bondurant lot used to join the lot of the
Catholic Church. thence running parallel Vie
or with the boundary line between said Bondo
nd rant lot and the lot of the said Catholic
Ing Church two hundred and ten feet; thence on ie
mue a line parallel with the tine of Second street
th- one hundred and tea feet; thence two hun
r red and ten feet parallel with the boundary
in. line between the said Bondurant lot and the fr(
'of said Cathelic Church lot to the West aide of
,r Second street, thence along said Second
street one hundred and ten feet to the point
of beginning, which taully appears by a map da
of John Johnson, Parish Surveyor, annexed
to a eertaln deed from Captain and Mrs.
Albert Bondurant to said Mrs. A. W. Horns- fel
by, recorded in Notarial Record Book "O"
pages 136 and 196, being a fraction over one- mi
half acre of land. Also
An undivided one-seventh interest in and
to the Villa Clara plantation, containing 87'
nth acres of land, bounded on the North by the
wild lands lately belonging to E. L. Whit- tir
ney, deceased, and the Minnehaha planta
tion belonging to Joseph Curry Eaat by the
said Minnenaha plantation and island Chute,
South by China Grove plantation and wild Wf
lands as aforesaaid-being part of Irregular
Sections 10 and 12 and all of irregular Sec. &l
tion 11, In Township 10, Range 12, East, ann
part of Section 1i. saple Township and Range.
Also an undivided one-seventh interest in ha
the following wild lands containing 1917 acres
S All of Section 4 in Township II, Range 12i Dl
ted all of Section 1a in Townahlp 10, Rang 1i, all
the of Section 17, same Townshlp and Range, not
heretofore sold by the said ]. L. Whitney to
Mrs. India Brown; all of the above dearrlbed
property being is the Parish of Tensas, State da
the of Louisiana. together with all the buildlngs
een and improvements or thereto attached.
o Terms of Sale: Cash, with benefit of ap- M
i- prasement. JOHN HUGHES. Sherlff. j
;d At. Joseph. La.. August 1Mh, 1918.
· of \a..,.. I \UfU ca
r sty ain pe.-ose ce M M S i
All Ranges of Vision d
IN ONE PAIR GLASSES tU
)Our Krytop In visible Double Vision D
lenA~t enable youl to se with tequal
ond clearnees objects afar atd those near
at hatnd--coombining the etfficiency of F
two pairs of glasses in the convenience re
co Wh ile ordinary bi-focal lenteea show
the cementstl, age-inidicating .'egment, R
Krytoks are groulnd from one piece
by i and cannot Lbe ditstinguished iron sin
- f gle' lens glas-es.
i , e have made the accurae grind
ing of Kryptok lentses anid adjustmnent I
)T, of SIlr-on mnounltings a study antd a N
S. A MOSES,
n f . _
$ 8th t
lo a tht will ive you the strong
en o end of the barga.
te A blue serge soit with a pair
west of white serge trousers for
It I;; $22.50. The oet with the white
rot a touer makes prt anoth
co l er man suit and its a combina
r I tion every man needs at every
t weekend or vacation. It's the
most becomingl outfit a man can
rin. puton. AsK lren
i $18.50 to $25.1ll
rOD1i Seofles (o.
II -- VICKSBURg, MISS.
THE BIG SEMI-ANNUAL
BEGINS MONDAY the 28th JULY.
EVERY SU IT ' REDUCED
33 1-3 Less Original Price!
per cent! t
All Woolen, Mohair and Linen Suits Included.
m ABSOLUTELY NO RESTRICTIONS.
UNDERWEAR AND SHIRTS LESS 25 PER CENT.
ALL STRAW A_! PANAMA HATS LES 33 1-3 PER CENT.
Terms of Sale--Strictly Cash.
ALL ORDERS SOUCITED AND OUR IrST ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TPEM
w ULLMAN & CO.
t "Good Clothes Since 1878"
SMain St - Natchez, Miss.
e_ _ _ _ -
. WHEN IN VICKSBURS STOP AT - - -
T0 THE HOTEL WASHINGTON
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
CINTRALLY LOCATED --- - EUROPEAN PLAN
. N. FARRAR .... T. W. mICARDmsoW.
. NEOFORD Chi.f Clerk
NEWELLTON SOCIETY NOTES.
Mr. Arthur l.opus made a trip to
Tallulah this week. Pt
Mr. Joe I acs and family left for that
a visit to B:owi's \',lls. regu
' Hi. T. M. Wade w.e a welcome New
visitor to town this week. elect
Mrs. Rogers and Miss Knight are the
visiting at Seminary, Miss. "i'n
Mr. Sam Marks has returned elect
from a visit to Brown's Wells. ing
Miss Nell Triche attended the air
dance at Tallulah on Monday night. Bon
Miss Vivian Kaufman spent a from
few days with Mrs. Henry Kauf- of
The weather was more favorable Pion
this week and we hope will con- h
Mrs. H. Goldberg, of Waterproof, Bnd
was the guest of Mr. A. Salomon Cler
and family. THI
Mr. Frank Owen, of St. Joseph, (, F
has accept a position in Alverson's w
Drug Store. day
Mr. MI. Jacoby went to New
Orleans to join Mrs. Jacohy and
daughter, Lucille. Sup,
Messrs. C. L. Clark and W. D.
Martinier made a business trip to
Vicksburg this week.
l)r. Alverson was called to Vicks- pi
burg on Monday on account of the ther
illness of his mother and was again DA'
called to her bedside on Thursday. lar
Mr. Paul Fleming, of Tallulah, a in
passed through town en route to tore
St. Joseph with Messrs. Yeager, 'icr
Seddon and Fairly. ha\
Mr. P. H. Wade is enjoying a
delightful vacation and upon his re
turn will go to Lake Providene to Huc
accept a position with the Guenard Clef
Drug Co. day
Mr. J. A. Vesey has bought a
Ford auto from the company's local
representative, Mr. C. L. Clark.
Mr. Vesey made a trip to Tallulah
and is delighted with his car.
Mr. Jos. M. Harper, Jr., has ac
cepted a position at Shreveport and
Mr. Bennie Salomon has been made
manager of the local exchange at
Newellton for the Cumberland Tele
phone and Telegraph Co.
Among those who attended the
the dance here on Wednesday night
were: Misses S. M. and C. M. Muir,
Josephine Aly, Alma and Cora
Marlow, Alice Buckner, Lena and
Mary Triche, Reinette and Pauline tos
Abrahms, Willie Lewis, Mable bri
Couvillon and Messrs. Keil, Aisop,
Wade, Owen, Lessing, Circle, Mar- ah
tinier, Turpin, Couvillon, Nassen, W
Bragg, Seab, Triche, de Vries, Aly, rel
Chaperones: Mr. and Mrs. Aly,
Mr. and Mrs. de Vries, Mr. and
Mrs. Marlow and Mrs. Triche.
Reduce Cost of living!
THRUGH ST. JISEPN CAHNING FACTii M
We can fruit and vegetables of all
description for 40 cents a dozen. Ev
ery can guaranteed. For further par
J. M. CUSII,
Box No. 68. St. Joseph, La.
S UB80$eBE NOW.
Proclamation *f Election A
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, day w
that there will be an election held on Mary
TUESDAY, AI'(iUST 26th, 1913, at the Muly
regular polling places at Newellton and
New Light, in the Second Ward of Ten- yrs
sas Parish, Louisiana, for the purpose of the da
electing a Constable for said Ward for
the unexpired term of L. K. Fultz, re- Marjo
signed. and N
Public notice is also given, that an T. Cu,
election will be held at the regular poll
ing place at St. Joseph, in the Third The
Ward of Tenss Pariah, Louisiana, on Frank
above date, to elect a member of the terri.
Board of School Directors for said parish
from said ward, for the unexpired term lighter
of W. J. Steen, resigned. recipit
Further notice is hereby given, that we by th.
have appointed the following Commis
sioners and Clerks of Election to act as
such at said election: ,i
SECOND WARD-NEWELLTON Pa'('r.
Jno. D. Fultz, Jno. Murdoch, Louis
Buckner, Commissioners; L. de Vries, nn Tbr
i Clerk. one
THIRD WARD.-ST. J(tSEPII PRc'T. First
E. F. Newell, J. P. Scott, A. S. Lewis, The
Commissioners; A. Bondurant, Clerk.
Witness our hands, officially, this 20th It a
day of August, 1913. that
W. M. DAVIDSON,
G. C. ()LDMAN, dag
JO. CURRY, f D
Supervisors of Election, Tensas Parish, so ver
Proclaa0tion of Election. ard
PC UBIC NOTICE is hereby given, that
e there will be held an election on T'ES- nurse
i DAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1913, at the regu- exper
lar polling place at Newellton, in the the
Second Ward of Tensas Parish, to elect good
a member of the Board of School Direc
) tors for Teneus Parish, from said Ward,
vice R. V. Newelt, resigned. tor m
Further notice is hereby given, that we in sa
have appointed the fI')lowiing Comlmis- atten
sioners and Clerk of Election to act as
such at said election:
Jno. I). Fultz, Jno. Murdoclh, Louis ing t
SHBuckner, Commissioners; L. de Vries,
d Clerk. Fr.
Witness our hands, officially, this 20th Brac
day of August, 1913.
a W. M. DAVIDSON,
t(. C. GOLDMAN, Ishin
JOS. CURRY, chin.
Supervisors of Election, Tensas Parish. Pe,
le FIX YOUR GIN BOXI ca
All cotton most be not over 27x54 and Don'
square sides, otherwise will be penalized us to
t1.00 per bale. sell,
ie E. A. BUELOW, Agt. mono
t - Selli"
FOR SALE. Ayou
d 1913 Model, Motor Cycles and Mo- to-di
e tor Boats at bargala prices, all makes, goi
le brand sew machines, on easy month
ly pyment plan. GeOt our proposition
Pe ore buyllng or you win regret it;
r- also bargalJm In used Motor Cycles.
n, Write ms to-day. Enclose stamp for
ddress Lock Box 11, Treaton, St
ad Wanted to Buy--Oats. a da
1 wish to annouce that I am lathe Dr
market for Oats and guarantee to pay Illir
thet market price. Samples lew
C. R. DARDEN, Agent. and
Boa No. 333 St. Joseph, La. e
all HUGH TULLIS re,
Atterns y.at.Law run
ST. JOSEPH, . - LA. or
Ofice--Court House. Ho
All busiue given close perrsoal at. pe
One 2-year old Durham Bull, Regis
tered by the American Short Horn
Breeders' Association. Can deliver the
papers with him. Prices right.
J. A. VESEY, Newelton, La.
As requested by a number
of owners of live stock, Dr.
L. E. Miller of the Natchez
Veterinary Hospital will visit r
August 25th, and will be at
their service. f
Mrs. t. \ rrelll anl children are vis- n
itin New O()rlan-.
Mrs. ('. V. Itlatlitl anl children are
the guests of Mrs. A. It. Ratcliff.
Mles-r-. I). Muir and C. V. Rateliff were
Visitors ti, .t. , l,-pI, ,,n Thursday.
Mr. A. E. ;rten is visititing his par
ents at "(;ayos,,, Jeflerson county, Miss.
Mr. Elliot Coleman, J. P., Seventh
Ward, was a visitor to St. Joseph this S
Mr. B. F. Young left this week on a
businesi trip to New Orleans and Chatta
Mrs. T. M. Wade has returned from
a most pleasant and beneficial visit to
relatives near Port (iihson.
Mrs. Belle I.mle and daughter, Miss
(Gladys, of Natchez, are visiting Mrs.
Dan Morris at Hard Times.
Mrs. C. C. Skinner and children have
returned from a visit to her paurnts, Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. (;uice at Moro.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Simon and son, of
Greenville, Miss., and Mr. I. I). Moore,
Sof New Orleans, are visiting Mr. and Mrs
Rev. I. A. N. Wilson went to Jackson,
Miss., this week to meet Mrs. Wilson,
who will spend several weeks with him
Mrs. W. J. Steen and Miss Amalia v
Steen have returned from a visit of sev- o
eral weeks to friends in Cameron parish
and New Orleans.
Misses Ethel and Norma Reiber, of
Crowley, and Miss Elsie Weir, of Gaines
\ville, Fla., are the guests of Mrs. R. W.
Wimberly, at Osceola.
n Among the roundtrippers on the Cor
dill from Natchez to Vicksburg last Sun
n, (lay were: Mrs. B. E. Koerber and Misses
on Mary and Louise Gudice and Nannie
'n- Mrs. Ella Snyder had as her guests for
the dance: Mrs. W. M. Davidson, Misses A
re Marjorie Davidson and Marion Curry,
and Messrs. Joe. M. Davidson and Joe. 2
an T. Curry.-Madison Journal. p
ird The many friends of Mr. Allen Buie, of ci
on Franklin parish, who has travelled in this t
h territory for several years, will be de
rv, lighted to know that he is soon to be the
recipient of congratulations, as evidenced
we by the following invitation that has been
i received here:
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Scott
will give In marriage their daughter
uis Mr. Weary Allen Buie
ee, on Thursday afternoon fourth of SBotember
one thousand nine hundred and tharteen
at half after four o'clock
T. First Methodist Episcopal Church, South
Rayville, Louislana die
The honor of your presence is requested dia
)th It affords us great pleasure to announce the
that little Maude, the eight-year-old Dr
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lazarus, or
f Duckpond plantation, who has been an'
sh, so very ill with typhoid fever, is now re
Sported convalescent and will soon be re
garded as oractically out of danger. Dr. pa
Murdock, the attending physician, has th
been ably ssisited by MisSteel, a trained vo
nurse from Natches, who has had wide re
gu- experience in her professlon and enjoys u
the the reputation of being exception.lly ti
lect good in her work. But for the valuable
Saidl rendered him by Miss Steel the doc
tor might have had a much harder fight ri
we in saving his little patient. The success
"ii- attending their efforts is most pleasing
asto both physician and nurse and comfort
>uis ing to family and friends of the patient. Sc
Free Ldles and Gents Watchea, Rugs,
tth Bracelets sad Jewelry of Every De
scriptiokn, Lace Curtais, House Fura
ishings, Rifles, Moving Picture Ms
chines, Printing Presses, Fountaln th
ish. Peas, Slates, im fact nearly every- .l
thing you cam thlak of you can get im
Absolutely Free for selling our Beauti
ful Fancy Drawn and Satin Striped Hand- fu
kerchiefs at 10c. each. They sell rapidly, St
6 can generally be sold in each house.
and Don't send us amy moMey, but write
ized us to send you a lot of Handkerchiefs to
sell, that when sold you will send us the
Smoney and get the premium selected.
Selling 24 handkerchiefs entitles you to
your choice of an Elegant Watch, 3 Gold
Laid Rings, Lace Curtains, etc. Write us
Wo to-day, we trust you and take back the
Sgoods if you cannot sell them.
tion INOLA CO., Chicago, Ill.
Jest Better Tha Spoking.
ton, Spanking will not cure children of wet
ting the bed, because it is not a habit but
, a dangerous disease. The C. H. Rowanu
the Drug Co., Department 2491, Chicago,
pay Illinois, have discovered a strictly harm
ples less remedy for this distreresing disease
at. and to make known its merits they will
s eend a SOc Padcage securely wrapped
and prepaid Albeoltely Free to any
reader of The Gasette. This remedy also
cures frequent desire to urinate and in
ability to control urine during the night '
or day in old or young. The C. II.
Rowan Drug Co. are an old Reliable
House, write them to.day for the free
I mct dicine. Cure the siejed members of
yotrn family, then tell your neighbos
m and frLids aboet this remedy.
and Good Roads
The telephone goes hand in hand with'good
The telephone overcomes many of the obsta
cles of bad roads and makes it possible for the
farmer and other rural residents to transact 'busi
ness in the city and with neighbors when the
roads are impassable.
Progressive farmers are insisting upon good
roads and telephones. These two agencies of
modern civilization are doing more than all others
toward eliminating the isolation of country life.
You can have a telephone in your home at very
small cost. Send a postal for our free booklet
giving complete information.
FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
and Telegraph Company
123 SOUTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GA.
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To the Public: t
On the solidtatlon of Dr. E. M. li es
Ranck, I have located here to prac- all
tice Veterinary Medicine. Am a cure
graduate of the Chicago Veterinary Cats
College, and can practice here and reu
in Louisiana. ,ire,
At the present time my office facet
will be at A. H. Bernstein's Stable the 1
on Main Street. Phone No. 881. the
E. H. BIIE, M. 0. C. is
NATCHEZ, MISS. that
W Wite Diarn Ca be Prevuted a
aid Cuaret ni
After years of experiments we have din- of ti
Icovered a sure cure-or money back.
2k. Package. I Ptackages, $1.11 taki
Prevention is not a cure-all. It only pre
vents and cures White Diarrhoea in baby
chicks and Cholera In older fowls. One and
ounce of prevention is worth tons of cure. Ill
In tablet form. one
PREVENTION CO. "
Box 1127 AtlMiean PK, N. ami
TRY SOLACE AT 1M EXPENSE
Mosey Back ter any ea.e of
R mtisa, Neralie r sadache that
Solace Fals to lesse
SOLCE RBEMEDY Is a recent medlesl gel
discovery of three German Sclentist that
dissolves Uric Acid Crystals sad Purifes the i
Blood. It is easy to take, and will not afeot
the weakest stomach.
It is guansnteed under the Pure Food and
Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates ma
or harmful drugs of any description.
SOLNgE is a pure speciec in every way, bul
ane has been proved beyond question to be
the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid in
Troubles known to medical science, no mat
ter how long standing. It reaches and re- to
moves the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and
paries the blood. I'e
TBE SOLNAEB CO. of Battle Creek are
the Bole U. S. Agents and have thousands of t
voluntary testimonls letters which have been
received from grateful people SOLA E ? gei
restored to health. Testimonial letters, lit
erature and FREE BOX sent upon request. m
R. Lee Morris, President of the First Na
tional bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace eta
Company uas follows:
"'I want you to send a box of Solace to my
father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I en
close SI. This remedy has been used by some U1(
friends of mine here and I must say its action
was wonderful. yol
lSigned) R. L. MORRIS."
Pot u In se 0e and 1.00 boxes. Wa
IDRiQ A. SNoO RE Tratment
Schemes or Fees." J T SO e O
ALONE does the work. WPft te.day
oei te bw o , b t. W.
Sie-Wal Bonds for Sale.
PT'BLIC NOTICE is hereby given that W
the hide-walk bonds of the Town of St.
J.oseph, aggregiAting $6,000.00 in'denom
inations of $100.00 each, and hearing 5
per cent interest per annum, payable ST
semi-annually, are offered for sale. For
further information apply at the Bank of
W. M. DAVIDSON, Mayor.
JosuIA P. Scrr, Clerk.
I LOPUS & BRACE,
SAUTOMOBILE REPAIRING i
ST. 0SEPO 1 , LA. M
ASOINE, alD A SIPPUES
Garage on Pamela Avemue,
Near Uvery Stahl.
a ALL W K SAIMANTEED. "
Phema No. 17
i'Ordere left at Livery Stable
t will have attention.
- tate of Louisiana, Parish of Tenses, Teath
District Ct urt.
S 8cesalon of John Buckaer, dec'd.
DUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that'Mar
Sp tin Jscoby has applied to be appointed
I Administrator of the Succession of John
i Now, therefore, unless written opposition
thereto be filed in my omce within ten days
after frst pbliceatlon hereof, said appoint
t ment will be made as prayed for.
fL. 8.] Witness m hand and theseal of
I. aid Court, this 18th day of July, A. D. 1918.
le JO6. CURBY,
Clerk 10th Distriet Court, Tensas Parish, La.
se . Joseph, La., July lsuh, 381."
of ewrTs= C wrrcn us r L i
"ALV ALtV w pal-sk.Ur smP.
$100 Reward $110
The readlers of this paper will bepleased
te learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that seience has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is Catarrh.
' Hall's Catarrh (tire is the only positive
a cure now known to the medical fraternity.
ry Catarrlh being a constitutional disease,
ad requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh ('re is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood an: mucous sur
Ice faces of the system, thereby destroying
be the foundation of the disease, and giving
1. the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The propritors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
oilffer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of testi
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
a - Sold by l)ruggists, 75cts.
Take Hall's Family Pill's for constipa
FREE TULANE SCHOLARSHIP.
NOTICE IS hereby given that I have
at my disporal a scholarship in Tulane
IUniversity which will be given to any
boy in this Senatorial District, composed
of the parishes of Concordia and Tensas.
The scholarship Is only given to boys
93 taking the regular academic course and
cannot he given to the professional de
r- partments; it is for a course of four years
>nc and is worth to the student about $400.00
re. In the event that I receive more than
one application I will cause an examina
tion to be held and the scholarship will
be given to the boy standing the beet ex
G;. H. CINTON, St. Joseph, La.
FILTERING AND SELF-MEASURING
S GASOINE TANK.
We have installed a Bow
dig ser Self-Measuring Gaso
the line Tank.
Sd This outfit not only auto
dat*s matically measures .gasoline
wa; but filters it as well, all
Acid in one operation. Attached
`: to it is a hose for filling any
ad receptacle at a distance from
i the machine, such as that
saa generally required by auto
.st. mobiles. If you want your
oe' taik filled quickly, and the
o my gasoline filtered and meas
o" ured as it go0s in, just drive
your car along-side of our
warehouse and see how quick
k- ly we can let you get started
on your way. Not a drop
wasted. Time is money.
See the point?
tha W. R. BAKER & SON,
nom- PlIiE . 2
n 5 ST. JOSEPI, UA.
of HULLS AND MEAL!
KgOur Cstmes please note: Hf
and Meal So for Cash Only. Send
Money with Order.
TENSAS COTTON OIL Co
SST. JOSEPH, IA.
PHONE No. 4
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"'i DDIIG lD PAI RT ORDBRS,
John aP r Restaurant s mow opes
mation ad our saeice ue i aelled.
.?p. CB COFECTIOIERY,
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