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THE TENSAS GAZETTE
ST. JOSEPH.- - - LA.
hn Advance h,.
FRTDAY. APRTI, . 1915.
The resuilt of the primary eletinn
held last Tuesday in thy. Tenth .Jn
dicial District of Louisiana, conm
prising the pI,:rishes of Ten~as and]
Concordia, as is now fully known,
was a landslide for the Concordia
candidate, Mr. .hJ. Mf. Reeves, that
pariah giving him 196 majority,
while Tensas gave Mr. Clinton only
30 majority, thus giving the Con
cordia candidate a majority in the
District of 166.
The successful candidate, Mr.
Reeves, as we stated last week, is a
young man of great promise, and in
the office of District Attorney will
have ample opportunity to display
his ability, and we trust he will so
acquit himself that those who assist
ed in hie election will never have
cause to regret their choice.
The Gazette has no apologies to
offer for its own course in the sup
port given Mr. Clinton and regrets
that be was not elected.
St. Joseph, I*., April .rd, 1915.
A meeting of the Democratic Execu
tive Committee of the Tenth Judicial 1)is
trict of Louisiana, was called and held at
the Court House, at St. Joseph, La., at
12 o'clocrk noon on this April 3rd, 1913,
pursuant to law, to receive the returns of
the primary election, held in said Distrnct
on March 30th, 1915, to nominate the
Democratic candidate for the office of
District Attorney for said District.
There were prrsent: R. 1). Calhoun, of
S Oncordia, Chairman pro tem., W. M.
Davidson, of Tennas, secretary, and Jas.
Curry, of Tensas, by E. F. Newell, proxy,
being a quorum present. The Chairman
pro ten presented a taubulation of the
neturne of said election, pursuant to law,
together with the original returns, which
were examined and found correct, show
lag that George Hi. Clinton received (209)
Two hundred and nine votes; and Jo
seph M. Reeves, received (375) Three
hundred and seventy-five votes; being a
majority in favor of said Joseph M.
Reeves of (166) One hundred and sixty
six votes; whereupon the following reeo
lotion was offered, seconded and unani
mously adopted, to-wit:
Be it Resolved by the inmocratic Ex
eentive Committ.-. of the Tenth Judicial
District of Loni-ians, TIat Joseph M.
Reeves be and he is her-hy declared to
be the nominee of the lhIiocratic party
for the offic of District Attorney of the
Tenth Judicial District of Louisiana to be
voted for at the election on Tuesday,
April 20th, 1915, to till said office, and
that the Secretary of State be instructed
to place the nanle of the said Joseph M.
Reeves upon the oficial ballot for the
election to h held on that day.
II. D. CALHOUN,
Chairman pro ternm.
W. M. DAvmWoN, ,eretary.
Vote for District Attorney.
Ward I, Precinct 1... u 0
" 2, 1.... 4 0
" 3, " 1.... o 0
" 4, 1 ....11 1
" 7,j " 1....1 07
" 7, " 2... .431 0
7, " :1 .... 4
" 8, " 1.... 3 0
" 8, " .... 5 3
" 9, " I.... 8 3
" 9, " 2....13 4
" 10, " 1....54 20
" 10, " 3.... 6 0
Ward tI.............. 17 2t
" 2, Precinct I ..... 12 7
3, ................1. 3
. . ... ................. 1 7
6 . ................. 52 9
S ...... .......10 3
1 19 149
Reeves' nmajority in Concordia.......196
Clinton's majority inl Tenuss...... 30
i-eeve ' minjority in Iietrict ..........1d6
Mis Francis Greenberg, the etticint
doenetic scient' teachelr, ctntertained the
membrs, of tle School BIoard in the din
ing room of tile ihonwtic science depart
ment of the St. Joseph Iligh chool on
Thomrsdlay to a most delic(ious seven-course
Thle mnemnber of the lBoard were great
ly pleased and after the luncheon Supt.
Wade exprepmed to lMiss G;reenberg and
the classes that o efftticiently served this
lancheon their appreciation and thanks.
The menu was as follows:
First course: Fruit salad and rolled
brad, tied with ribbon.
Second course: Creamn of asparagus
soump withl bread croutan,.
Third course: Ntutled crabs.
Fourth course: Cream chicken on toast,
pew, cream potatoes, spinach andt rad
Fifth coanre: ktnftl etggs and cheese
i8ath eooe: Ck.e snl wh p cream.
8seven coIe: (Pffotr.
Meemr. Dale & "o'mn I·.v,, nat "',
k, their lw dAic mrnm the Court Iouse
to itheo mi do the late A. E. GOreen.
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BOARD CF SCHOOL DIRECTORS
TE`NSAn PAt.ST. LOCTIIAc'A.
T. .,,ph., l.a.. Anril Ist, 1015.
Si" ,i n I . i ld r, ieiu ' r "1l. That on
I t," at to , I. I'll., t ,e thard of
! I , r- ", ; l . , the t ',rrisi of
ri1, -'. ITeh bfior a'[ *" in tei l( C -urt
I, o i n, t' T , t . . n . ,n-o, eb. La..
T ,r* .... ,. p..-, : lT. ,i tit. D . A.
f O, .t,.n, r,.-i! nt. 1 W ieand, W . IT.
\y. 1'. (. < ith, J '. " elli' aid David
'. Millr t utoneir'." i Tho-. M. 'Wade,
-n rint .o ., : t.
\b- , it: Dr.'i. N. t'larl rke.
.\ qur, runt heir Ie pressnt h'!, , ard
pr,, ee.-l, ti ln -in s '.
Mir. W. 1). A. 4, :',.n an! Mr. David
F. Miller, lho laul previ)oly taken the
oath Iof otfice, pmrs.ntiNd their commnis
-ionu and took thlir S'.ats as members of
the Board of Schoo! Directrs for the
l'arish of Tensae, for six years frot:i De
cember 10th, 1914.
On motion, the minutes of the Board I
of October 6th, 1914, were read and
On motion the following resolution was
Whereas, the public school proper'.
for white pupils, situated on a part of ih"
Hardbargsin plantation, and cominitin.
of an acre of land and school house and
all neees try outhouses, and known a-t
the Hardlhargain School, has not '',e,
used' for school purposes for Mix " .r,
and, whereas, Mr. P. C. Sntt, ''
veidee of the acre of land, he :
availed himself of his right u:: . .,m.
terms of the deed to the School P ,sr I t
take over this property, and, nier 'a-.
the said vendee is willing and ..g- er t'
join the School Board in making . d'ei
of this property to Mr. B. Y. ti ry for
the sum of Three Hundred dollar" e* ,
which is to inure to the to the benefit of the
School Board, and, whereas, thet are
only four rupile in reach of this ao-l
and since there are no prospects of hr
ing this number increased any timt. in
the near future,
Thereforee be it Resolved, That the
President of this Board ie and is ,ereby
authorized and empowered to tr,,.efer
and convey to Mr. B. V. Berry all oif
its right, title and interest in the i
bargain Sehool property, heinr m,.ore par
ticularly described in deed fromi m . :.
C. Smith to the Board of School Direc
tors ,n D)ecember 15th, 1908, to-wit:
That cei ain acre of ground no., oc
cupied by the school buildings of the
Hardbarg,in plantation fronutine in an
Easterly direction on the main public
road and ihaving as a Southern bouadry
the road running from Hardue-ga'n to
Justina, being the same lot of ground
now marked off and defined by the Ia,
about said school premises.
The enumeration of the educable child
ren of this parish, as submnitted by the
enumerators, was duly considered and
On motion the following resolutionrwas
duly considered and unanimously adopt
Whereas, the revenues from the coltec
tion of poll taxes and tines a ,: forieitr"m
have steadily declined for the past f, :
years, and, ,hereas, lhe renues inu-
ing to the School Board from the . slae
,'urrent i. , flnd will be greatly re
eluced for the na-on that this fawd is
prorated to the i.arihes on the basis of
pIpPilatioin of e'il,ablr ,.-iilhrel, ;and since
the s.cleh l p ,"iuiaitini In this pariah is
consid.rably less, whe-c the entire popu
lation I.:ts iucreas!,, this Board therefore
will receive ess money y $1,000.00 or
$1,500.00 than for the past three or four
Thierefore he it ltegilvel. That the Po
lio-. Jury h,.' and are lhereby notified that
thli Is ,iar is willing to accept one mill
of the tlhree mills tax due as per Act No.
257 of 191').
On motion, the President of this Board
was authoriedl to pay Mr. Rob't. 'Y.
Newell $ 33.00 for clerical work done for
(n miotion, Mr. Thomas M. 'Vade,
Jr., was given desk.lroom in tihe -chool
H(oard offices with the understanding and
agreement that hlie is to do any legal
work the Board may require as a consid
eration for the use of said otfies.
nII motioni, the ,following resolution
iBe it rtreolved by the Board of School
i irectors in and for the Parish of Tenes,
tlht the P'resident of this Btoard, and its
i.eoretary, he and they are hereby direct
,.I and enpowered to selre:a loan of
t;hfty-five Ihundred dollars from Mr. J. G.
lHarris, in order to enable this body to
,' rry on the public schools in this parish
luring the nmonths of March, April, May
ii.l June, 1915, and in order to represut
-aid loan, the said, President and Secre
tary are authorized to execute a note. for
iand in the name of this Board, for fifty
five hundred dollars, the said note to
pear eight per cent interest per annaum
fromi date and mature March 1st, 1 16.
He it further Resolved, That tmt. ,'e
nns of thin Board for the years 1'15 and
1916, or so much thereof as naoa, Is
necessary, from whatever sourc- il
rived, are hereby pledged to the sail
G. Harris, or any future holder o. Ea
note, so executed in persuance of this r.-'
olution to secne the payment of tlwearmene
and the interct thereon at maturity.
As Mr. G(orton's term of odice as Pres- I
ident of this Board had expired, he vas
duly nominated by Mr. Bland, seconded
by Mr. Miller, as the President oh this
Board. There were no other nominations
and Mr. iGorton was unanimously electedl
President of tlhis Board for a term ,f -ix
years from Dncemlzer O1th, 1914.
Mr. Gorton thanked the memblr. .,
the Board for their confidence in a few
well chosen words.
Tire being no further bnsinr.-sr ui,
Board .adlj. rncd ine die.
W. D. A. GORITON, 1 ,,. ,.
(Sr.x] THOS. M. WADE, Apt.
We offer One Hlundred Dollars Ice
ward for any case ,f Catarrh that ecn
not be cnnr I by Hal'Ps Catarh 4 o.re.
F. J. ('heney & Co., Tlcdo, O.
We, the undersi-nel, have known P. J.
Clheney for the last 15i years, and belive
him per'cctly hoIurbMle in all business
transactions anti finanrcilly able to carry
.it any ohlirgatious m:tde y hUj i fin".
NATIONAL BANK OF COIMMERC"E,
Hall's C':'.rrh Cnu' is take.. iutzrnta!',
tctin; d:r "'; uuthe inele.+ . . -
-emit R,. t* l lre 75 te , p " i ' ..,.
F. J. CIEN'EY& , Toa d, uhiol'
SoM by Dragses, 71ste.
-'idalia, La., A.pri , .;'
To '"e People of th,- Tenth .',l,c: "i 1, ,
trict O; Luuisian::
I wikh to avail mrse oft "`,: ' t "'
nity to expr- to yoa thr,
press iy %,. r . ".r.. and "
tion of lth.'l'1, "i' and,tl pl. " p
extnllld., ,- i the ! rlE' .lio. , a ,.
F.Iecti,m i.1 . rn r-lay ', - a}'
30th, f r. o ltti;re; t \ttorney-i,, . ' ' It
lTenth .it I ' ,tI Ii-trict of IL," i-' .'..
Re-i . n- :I re- win. l : ,;" n
thiful. fa:ir .ind impartial a . we.:, t.
hice t ". "hic ii you have hr .,r ,ot
,esic ne., ,.1 . Hs ,l -hall to t"i .... o,, t . '
ny hum:,h' ability strive tV ,,,,it ,our
approval awl' tlhe loyal assi- in-e of ali
law-ual iin.. c(itizens of the d: ',t.
To tl,. i w h so unstinttin :. p;, earn
.-'tly. anl! - i unwuaverinely .-r ,.ea"- -Il f
candilacy. I wislh to say that •,.r" ,or i
cannot express my gratitude. t
For those who saw tit ,to extend to my
distinguished opponent their support, I
have no ill feeling nor aord at censure:
but feel and believe that in the disehar-,: , r
of the many dulties and tast's :lcesarily
aefore me, I can have the un;.dl earLnst
and loyal support of all. M- pa. pose and
eiflorte *hall be tho servant or the wlhohl C
people of the whole district. i
I her to remain,
JOg. M. I:EE\'l .
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uS. ilITnl L MEANl .
Mrs. Iames Curry was called 'o Nat
ti"'e ibi, week to the bedside of hbr ven
erable pAother, Mrs. Martha J. Means.j
who died Friday morninc at t ' are of t
I S4 years. She was the widow of th t
late Capt. Edward I. Means, t".:. A.,
of South Carolina.
Ti.- following beautiful tribiea"• i I
, Means was written for the N .
oCta by one who knew her"
Tn Natchea, at her Ioer . 'o-tt,
"nion street, in the 85th ye.,- ,i ,,,-r *,",,
in the early morning of A.,r ! r. "d, t. ,E
1. 3utiful soul of Mrs. Mars: t .:y*,e
.int-ri'd the Paradise of God
Few have gone so gracea.vy rnJ -",i
petefnlly, leaving the swun"' of a nel;
Spent life full of glowing eok ru.
All her long and useful yars is;,s wax
an inspiration--a help to ot' erns u., ht- i
sweet influence and quiet dienity ~-a'Un ,i
'or htr tire love and respect .f 1:ll awh. I
T'::n. ,al touched her lovely f.;c ",e-ry
gently-the face of a perfect g~unt'ee o'anl:tol
--in its framing of silvered hair.
"God, proved her in many w as -e l
found her worthy."
The daughter of an emin-,mr pr . ; an
in this city, Dr. James A. M" I' ,a' -r-,
arnd li- wife, Maria Dnnt..r. ,,I '.
o ,:y sister of Dr. W illiam t. L :'h .t- ,
(". -,,w" years ago one of ti w e d:
:sicians of Natchez, she t.. i.:t r
T'he widow of a Confederah'.r , "'ý"c..
Capt. Edward J. Means of ,otAth e (
lion, she is snrvivtl by fonl. , tu l ' re
Miss Frances A. Means, Mi.- '1., ,,4 W.
Means, Mr.. Janirn Curry, en c.. ." ýe ..
and Mrs. A. I.. BIndurant .f rh"
versity of Missi.-ionpi.
May light ev,,rla-tingly shir.- !p , hin r.
0 lord, may si;p In hbl-seed f ,. ',-er.
Mr. Emile Mayer visit. A is ,Qsu
ily in New Orleans this week.
Mr. Willie Smith of Vi.l,,.in was
.a visitor to St. Joseph last Sun1iay.
Mrs. R. N. Hunter, of Water
iroof, vis;ted Mrs. Louis luckncr
Miss Lila Hunter, of Waterproof,
-spent several days this week with
friends in St. Joseph.
Miss Marguerite Beaul'ien came
home Friday fron, All Saints' Col
lege, Vicksburg, to spend the Easter
holidays. She was accompanied by
her room-mate, Miss Elizabeth
Cheek, who will be her guest.
The stores and business houses of
St. Joseph, following the annual
custom, will begin closing up at 6
o'clock on next Monday evening,
Sthus giving all pmployees opportun
ity to have a little recreation.
bletsra. Jas. S. and C. D. John
stnn and their sister, Miss Louise
Johnston, went down to their old
home in the lower end of the par-'
ish on Thursday and removed the
Sbody of their late mother to the
cemetery at Natches.
We invite attention to the card
Sof Mr. Thos. M. Wade, Jr., attor
I ney-at-law, which appea.s i:i this
i-sue. Mr. Wade is a v'erS uright
,young man and hard workrr and
wll give closest attention to nil mat
$ters entrusted to him. He ' flice is
in ;,"' ,ourt. House.
Mrs. M. . L. Paul was cal , t I_
I WRhington City to-day to the ibed
s de of her son, Mr. \W'alaee Paul,
whb, w:- stricken with paralysis and
is very ill. The many fril-ns of trhe
yo;lg mtatn in this his nas:.ive horne
are deeply pained to know .f his
condition and sincerely Lope him
.r. JOSEPH, -
\i"ll p ract. e :. T, 's t I ,,
K 'e . .... a.ae careful atttr i
II Neweiton Society Note.
. HUGO JBRBRRSLAW, oespadest.
' mnnny Vi-nv noF Mr T, C a
Kp11 w\ere ,110 to wrlrme h;m toi A
\'wellton thin week nndl r1eliehtpl
t know that hºia ie, R"1,') ?- wna
brohben cme timr nno. i rapidlyvI
l',iline an.1 he expects soon to th h
ihlo to dieiarl hie cr'rtcehr. Mfr. )'
Kell i, spenlin soenme tiimewith hie it
si.ter. Mra. K. R. McMilln, at i'
Miss Reinette \hranms has reJ-tl
turned from a pleasant visit to
Mr. J R. Marlow was a (visitor
to Natchez for one day.
The Five Hundred Club met with
.rs. JLeon Kullman last Sunday
night and a must delightful evening
was spent by all.
Mr. C. B. Elam spent several
lays in town and vicinity, buy-n
ing cattle and horses.
Lake St. Joseph Lodge, No. 102, G
K. of P., held a most enthusiastic
meeting at the Castl# Hall on Wed- ,
nesday night., with full membership
present. Degree work was done, 3
when candidate J. M. Phillips, our
effcient station agert, traveled over ti
the long and stony road that leads
to knighthood. We understand Bro. J
Phillips rode the goat admirably.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. R. Marlow, b
whose country home at Routhwood
is so often the scenie of pleasant
social gatherings, entertained one
evening this week in compliment to ,
visitors in the community. Dane
ing was the feature of the evenin' S
and which was greatly enjoyed by
the following participants:
Robert Newell and Miss Julia
Merrick Rowan and Miss Jennie
Ralph Aly and Miss Hattie Lynch.
Robert Middleton and Miss Mabel L
Robert Lynch and Miss Mabel (
Robert Elam and Miss Alma Mar-'G
Chas. Aly and Miss Cora Marlow. 1
Delicious refreshments contribut
ed to the enjoyment of the eve.linr. i,.
Another most delightful mite.tia,.
of the Literary Club was Iil o:
Mrs. John Murdoch m,,ii T'u,. "
evening, when the sutjprts ;ur ,,- .
cussion were: "Rossin i a:1', :Iiai r
Works,"' "William Tell" anl "The t
Barbiere of Sevilla." The follow- li
ing members were present: Mr. f:
Our Depositors are Guaranteed by Certifi
cate No. 41 Bank Depositors' Guarantee. Fund
of the State of Mississippi.
We are Examined by the State Bank Ex
aminer at least Twice a Year.
We make Reports to the Board of Bank Ex
aminers at least Four Times a Year.
Capital: $100,000 . - Surplus: $125,000
1835 In Business for Two Generations 1914
CERTIFJCATE F GUARANTY.
This is to certy t tthe OBritt. & Kouozn Bak t
Natchez, Mississippi, wp. a rigid eamaiseo by the
State Bank Examleer of the Stat Miippl, whose
signature is attached to this certilcate, has bes fomd
eligble to come sedor the Guaranty Law of the State of
Mississippi with releresce to deposits that 'it has ce*
plied with the law regard to te payment its asses
meet to the Depositors' Oaraty Fumnd with the State
Treasurer amd that the Depeasters of the said Bri ta
Koontt Bask of N&ths. Msthsippi, are garane
the Bank Depe.lers' Oarasty Fnd of the State of Mis
ives muJder my hua ad asld oat ace this] the2rd
day of Septmebsr, 3114.
J. S. LOVE,
state Bt Examemr o the Sta- Missislpp .
Britton & Koontz Bank,
ls;r wam s IN Mail wel Measseve Preseat AMinuer.
and Mrs. F. ,. Gnthrie. ,Mis
Anthonv, Mis. Natalie Gnthrie.
Miss Alice Bnckner, Miss Barbara
S mitha. Mr. \V. D. "Martinilre and
Mr. T. C. Crowell. The nleaaent
hours were whiled anwav m°n' er
jnvrahly in the disertntinn of these
intellectual topicp, while the even
iiig was concludle with a repast
of delicious refreshments served iy
The dance of last Friday night
was attended by the usual suces
and was a most 'delightful Nffa:.
Louis Smith's String Band 1i,,n,
St. Joseph discoursed the sweetest
music and the inspiring strains wer
twafted on the cool night hrceste
until the."wee sma' hours." f'; ar.
Mr. Henry Lang and Mi.m ;iw-.
Mr. Willie Muir and Miss h, z
Mr. Fred Sharp and Miss Julia
Mr. Robert Lynch and Miss Alma
Mr. Robert Newell and Mies Hut
Mr. Michael Elgutter and Miss
Mr. Albert Turpin and Miss M:,
Mr. Ralph Aly and Miss Malri
Mr. T. C. Crowell and Miss Loust
Mr. Merrick Rowan and Mias
Susie Mand Muir.
Mr. Thos. Muir and Mis Carrie
Mr. V. D. Martiniere and Ml,,
Mr. David Alverun andi Miss
Mr. Michael Abrahus and Miss
Miss Anthony and Miss Natalie
Chaperones: Mr. and Mrs. F. I..
Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. M,,
Slow and Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Alves
Master Hollis Rogers, the bright
lattl sn , o Dr. and Mrs. J. D.
,-, -e audi hiis fifh birthdlay
, : veing, when a num
":ir-hl friends and play
I ,.. were invited to attend a par
ity given at his home in honor of
t the ,ccasion. The evening wia en
livened by various games, the prise
falling to Ora Marlow. The little
host was the :e'ipient of many oa
gratulations as welas well s a number of
very pretty and useful presents from
his little friends. Thorns who attend
ed the party and partook of their
little bost's hospitality were: Mime
Pauline Gordon, Lillian Aly, Nellie
Williams, Mattie Nettetville, Jennie
and Edith Middleton, Jennie Mor
rie, Breitsy Alverann, Codelia Fults,
Janie Rurnside,Ors Marlow, Miriam
Grace, Annette, and Lucille Lom
hardo and Alice Marlow. and MI.
ters Arvis, John and James Marlow,
Morris Kaufman, Frank and Salvo
.omhardo, Edward Newell, Rosri
Serio and Alvin Salomon.
Fruits, cakes, Jghnston's choeon
olate, and othe sweet meats con
trihuted to the pleasure or the even
Mr. R. E. "Rrannin was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs C. L. Clark.
Mr. Thompaon of De!ra, La., rue
;,er,. a busine~s thies tk.
Mr. Hluff of Crowley, IA., has
uwepted a position with Messrs.
F.,rrar Bros. at Winter Quarters.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skinner have
'ovead to St. Joseph. They will he
*.I"..tly missel by their many friends
Mr. J. W. Osborne, of New Light,
was a visitor to town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Luia Buckner, Jr.,
"Mr. and Mres. Osm'r Levy and Miss
Lily Mcº Iwell m. tored np to .nend
:,ie evening with .quitre no .Mr.
I, uis Buckner.
Mr. R"l1, Aiy sr.),"ih *: .r, '·
,,ll with I , ..re,t . , .n. '
Mesers. : '..:t ,º -"'.,'.r-a, were
Vritor to r , ' z 11 . .
Mr. Hyman;, .alº,m n s ," thi,
guest of "friends" at Luke Provi
•iceete this week.
Two negro women, Pauline Gold,
'on and Precilla Williams, engaged
in a row several days ago nt Paul
ine hit the other woman's lnger a.,
hadly that it had to be amputated.
Ammon the pre-election visitors to
our town this week were Mears. T.
K. bWade and Geo. H. Clttonm, ef
At. J(neph, and Jo.. M. Reeves .f
Miss Roas Elgttter has returned
from a delightful visit to friends at
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Outhrie were
guests this week of Mr. sad Mrs.
H. R. Guthrie at Port Gibson.
Meters. J. D. Fulls, R. Y. New
ell, L. de Vries and M. Jasoly were
visitors to St. Joseph this week.
Mr. Alfonse Myers, representing
Lazard Co., clothier., ,d New Or
.,enhet. 15 Was moelg tI I tIraverlug 4.ale
'*etn here this week.
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New ULilt, La.
Wemg Dbbame ase . W . W S. 0S00H.
V. L. I JM 5lr.I
s,. ea enn
Mr. Dan Morrisapme
with his daughter at
Miii., tbhis week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
and little daughter, of Cress. E
are the guets of her parenb, M1...
and Mrs. C. B. Muir.
Work on the gdin elevator b!pie.
greasing rapidly, four stories bhi
already completed. The mentQprp .
will he a monument to the proagre'
ness of our people.
The followini is the list of the p
who made 100 per cent in the spsgg
contest on March 26th, 1915, and wMI 0i
ceiwv a certiGate from the tats, slaed
by the Governor, St.ate 8penrlntsad ld
Edncation, President of the School Vt
and Parish Superintendent of EdaaMta:
St. Josephl High Schol, W. C, lur
-GROUP II GROUIIP I
C,,thrine Hwornby Ialy MeDewse
Alice Rondurant Fannie Se
lina Baragons HarriltPbak
W. H. Ward May Y
Mollie Drake Flo.IIsq.
WaterpreoL ph L. N. 3
.ROUP I Jesed BRidlg
Adel Houter A Dwhha
Willie White Evely Utd t
Robert Graves MildMsed B
' Pter Hays JPrey Ogses
GROUP II Ba ue
Philip Watson Caryl eamma
Newegam gh T, T. C. edS,
GROUP I Joe ltlts '
Onrnelia Fnlts GOOUP ,
WllYi, Al4y Alma Mile
Il-eaie Newell Aamlleyer1 iig
I. erick Schoo, le MiadM, ,,.
r7-, F.Pi .
New Iw h Seil, Mirs Ca i
LaTow , S,,ld. ,, U U
GPROUl P J
saalasag la the e. 3e0s4 "I"teo
Antmy 0. M. 8. Jo8. I
Sivea, >Lu Neiter ill 7,
Boew*, akiel Sankh, l r
T4I P .lice Jury wi tmeta