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Ship Your Cotton to 0. I. $1.ENKER & CO1PANY Cotton Factors and Commission. Merchants. i ighet ar, -t Prices. I ;hcral Ad'ances. Careful.Attention U (;s' en !- iry shipmant. 1 VICK.- s W - MISSISSIPPI t BROW N & HAER : SShoes of Q7uality 4lb s "Johnson & tirphy" and '` 'ward & Foster" b .V I fN "SOROI:i" for Ladies. ts " .\1,, f Gen(uinl " oy Scouts" g SBROWN & BAE, The Store That Satisfies a BOA , VICKSBURG, MISS. a e FOR SALE VERY CHEAP St'\'iral Hllust's andl L.,,Xs il N i'\v,'llton. La. t 4 Sev ratl ltililinZ.• Luts illt N \\tllIloI. t )1e 1 Ji- yv illilI rovt1. Fifill ( )Of ;. 'ies 1lcar Newcclltoii. Apply to M. JACORY, Newellton, La. w 000000000000000000000000cI Five Car Loads of T'ensnessee - Mules and Maares Just Arrived. Parties wishing to purchase ;best grade Mules and Mares come and look them over. NEW LOCATION 223-225 MAIN ST., NATCHEZ, MISS. Kahn & Bernstein (Formerl} MIax IKahn .!ule C'o.) Est. C. A. BESSAC OPTICIAN AND JEWELER North Commerce Street • • Natchez, Mississippi La 'illiers from $3.50 to $15.00 Best Quality Solid (;old, Genluine Coral, Iland C'arved, Guaranteed CA.MEOO S FROM $3.50 to $15.00 GOLD JEWELRY SBRIDAL GIFTS Ih i Distinctive Grade Ilhat Flreases the Discriminatinq r T H I TH r CoTr, pi ,iny is so inseparably con - ioiis't eei with lt rwal e , at it may not be usuallyap irCeciateid t hat the comnzlyla also handles an extensive ine of ( oi at Sl Silv erware w ei ,l i k truly renowned for its ex-',,,, qcq iitl tatet , for tr it heaity an] reflnement anid realartistic S .t:, Th s lendil n . ito ,z of ini e tableware designed and ia i if, o xriur .iiv', tr..id imleod a very choice gathering. . ',k :ri hs-i-in -l tiin ;. :i'a. loii particular buyers w'.ho f r ei- .... ' w, ... ', ' t ot,,,k include, the Sthrling 'hwi; i. c' h ii n th, u ,-.'ijihll . fr i thldilg presentatio ns. The Henry Yoste Company ..... -.. PHOTOGRAPHIC WVORK - I wish t' Ifnfe-rm th p hlic: In general and mi t'r. i'i-_d.s Il articular:that I am de"vot'. i . 'tI:' t; o Plhotograph Work andi wii ;,e please\~ d t~ te pictures of ind~iidua'.. .~ad 'u( :-l c5::ngs, any where in the parish. Osrdsr -canu e left at St. Joseph Drug Co. v hcrc:'sanples of nly work can be sectn. V. S. AH. !V4ILES. I SVEMBER 3 IS FOOTBALL DAY AT str BIG STATE FAIRl University of Arkansas and L. 8. U. ea( Meet Again This Year At Shrove- its port-Some Scrap. fat Hal ma Royal entertainment is to be enjoy- pri ed by football fans at the Louisiana riv State Fair Saturday, November 3, the which has been officially designated m' Football and School and College Day. PlI Thousands of school and college stu dents and former students will be on hand besides thousands of other fans and rooters, and there wil also be an abundance of music by college I bands. The feature contest of the day will Hi be the annual game between the Uni 4 versity of Arkansas and the Univer sity of Louisiana-the Razorbacks vs. 4 the Tigers. It will be the fifth strug gle between these big teams at the is 4 Louisiana Fair. The Louisiana and Arkansas universities always put a] strong gridiron teams on the field, and the very greatest efforts are ex- at erted each year for the fight at Shreveport. This year one of the warmest scraps football fans have ever seen is anticipated, due to the steadily increasing rivalry between the two universities. Other colleges and schools are working on plans for games at the fair, and it is likely that at least two p1 other contests will precede the Razor- st back-Tiger game, which will begin at aI 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Novem- PI ber 3. There will be several special m trains operated to the city for the ben efit of the school and college rooters. it For further information, apply to i W. R. Hirsch, secretary, Shreveport, K La. JUVENILE FARMERS I TO RECEIVE PRIZES Some of the most interesting booths at the Louisiana State Fair, October a P 31-November 5, will be those contain- a lung the products exhibited by mem- ti m bers of the boys' and girls' agricul- o e tural extension clubs of the state. c " These exhibits will demonstrate to a visitors that wonderful development t e by juvenile farmers has been realised - In Louisiana, and that there is no lim it to what may be accomplished in the future. The ftr association fully apprecl S ates the importance of these clubs, O and shows its appreciation by provid er tg speical accommodations for the young exhibitors and by offering na " merous premiums. This year the pre miums aggregate approximately $3, 1 000. They are to be awarded for the best representations in the boys' ana girls' corn and pig clubs, the girls' canning clubs, home economics clubs, agricultural high schools, 'rvenile livestock judging and other bancnes of the Juvenile agricultural extension work. Interest mnings the members of these clubs has been increasing ever since the state air was organised. The rivalry is very keen. This year the competition promises to clipse that of all perlous exhibits. The clabs' exhibits will be in gem eral sbarge of Prof. .. S. Rchardson,. state juvenile club agent, extension depatmeat, L. S. U., with a corps of expert assistants. For eatalog and other infomation, apply to W. R. Hmirs, seoretarsl, 8breSot, Ia -ATIM EAITISTS T-IBSME AT FAiR ON NOVEMBER 4 SWorM F'es·ou w d Kinge Thrill the Visitors Sunday Afternoca. Au~ltomobile raee b the world's most amous sped am wills thrill Lalsita State Fair visitors Sunday, November 4 J. Alex Sloan, the prernier motor ar ace managar, who has been in cbarge of the speed events at Shseveport in previous years, rill again direct the automobile program. This means that the pe trons Will witness the very best that there is to be had in the speed line. With them the dozen or more dare devil drivess will bring a dosen or -more of the most noted machines ever contructed. Some of these machines have been dtvet on tracks during world meets. The were built espee ially tr deah-defdlng performances, and it is an assortunt of stants of this kma--the real, bairmising brand -that the Losltana State Fair val tomss are going to have ~e opportunity of witneasing. Special precsaem will be taken to protect the speotatosm against posas ble mishaps en the tracks, and special acmmodatlon will also be provided for those who will be unable to queese inD the grandstand i For tptrer tafomaation. write at W. SR.~iach, secretary, Shreveport La. CORN DISPLAY BIY THE BOY FARMERS A mamamsth display by the merm bers of Boss' Corn Qabe i assured for the 191T Lotamlena State Fair, which opens October U and runs six Sdays, througl November 5. The ex hibita will be show in sen mam rge Scultural buil(tfng, where plenty or space and ,sepecial saeommodatiuons wi jbe 4 -l-. l-be a euese of W. P. Martin, ass'stant in charge ! e P'y' Corr Club work, Extersion De;,artment, L. S. U.. and will be dis n!ayed attractively, with placards des- - ignating the parishes represented by the hundreds of Juvenile exhibitors. t In Louisiana, where remarkable strides in corn growing have been made by the boys, there are 10,000 a are more members of the corn clubs, , practically all of the parishes being covered by the work. At least 2,000 boys are expected to exhibit, 10 ears - each. Cartons for shipping the exhib its to the fair will be furnished by the i fair association. The large premium list is an inducement to the boys to make exhibits, but in addition to the 4 prizes to be awarded there is a natural - rivalry between the individuals and the culbs and this will be reflected by many of the best specimens on dis play. For further information, apply to W. R. Hirsch, secretary, Shreveport, La. DEVICE TO HOLD DOOR OPEN Half-Inch Pleoe of Board, Eight Inches Long and Three Wide Is Easily Arranged. (By IL PHILLIPS, Washington.) A simple device may be made which is useful for holding doors open when the old-fashioned lock is used. Take a half-inch board, eight inches long and three inches wide and shape it like the above cut Screw it to a 2 by 4 on the barn where the stick on the lock I - Holds Door Open. projects. Nail it so the projecting stick hits the lock about one-fourth of an inch above the point. With a little pressure, the slope of the lock will make the projecting stick move up. When it comes to the notch in the lock it will drop down, locking the door back securelr. KINDNESS TO DAIRY CATTLE Farmer Who Appreciates Good Cows Will Prosper on Returns From HIs Animals B The farmer, who regards his dairy r cattle as dirty machines that thrive on abuse, will never make any money in the dairy business, while the cattle owner who appreciates good dairy cows and treats them with kindne' p will like farming and will prosper on t the returns from his cows. : : . ;:".:. L +=';=: -:.:L - "' a.'-."' W.il H app.7"h n "W "l.Ge+D y "1 , r.-:->::: '."- ':.:..I-:T-:-mLA LJ E ..':':.. • ":: J.:.':: .. J FATh and RANCH Farm Paper of the Southwest get o - .. 'i OSmething a ',out it. : r y's astoonding sory "The Heavy Hand of Invisible Rule" beginning in the Oct. 20th is. '. r eyes to the wy he people r blg multed, it will w you how the money that -3·)":' "1 tT ,. . ,., to puLi t.. icts before The only way to learn them Is from the pages of FARM AND RANCHy M Ieres tim s e inabot . g-kiig time ing the POULTRY ISSUE is full to the brim of short realize that the fl unds kes : uth wate arr being spent like water? Read allnyone interested in poultryin Find of te.wy taxeius eats it you hih-- ower than evern thfough they have only a few ohens, can get < i so many dient andng ntory "The Heavy Handlots of Invisiblegood from a carefule" beginnading inof this issue. 20th S ,ENING ,r UE iye s to th ne thaeopt will pay CANNING ISSUE contains about 100 recipesy that your i:_f many :,:: over. W s b eing squandered by the insidious, preservin, picklin and cannin fruits t : rer iher in price every s t axes wants to now an l ought to know. No body has ever dared to t' pu: t....neces. facts before. The only way to learny. the housewife who wathes the cost of ANDher kitchen. t .T are, In FARM AND RANCH, makein the most profitable investment of a dollar that ia To read i f' ks elseth water poultry raisers. Anyone interested in poultrygrowing things can make. f.: or a singe apter of the greit story. Subs c n though they have only a few hens, can getDAY. Single opie eways. loentsn of good from a careful reading of this issue. TEXAS FARM UE is one that will pay C ANNING ISSUE contains about 100 recipesNY R elabl e men and women ainterested in growing to ook after renewas and soicit new sb-e. :scription Price $1.00 for two years-104 issues for 100 cents. Don't miss one of these big fea TEXAS FARM & RANCH PUBLISHING COMPANY SDallas, Texas scriptions. Good pay for all or spare time. -I _J ~ i3 l~ 9 p t~ ~~_:: i -):s. \V IIB. S., . I1 Physician and Surgeon S~. JOSEPH, LA Oflkc: Bank I:uilding, Upstairs. Office Photo 3t "I1 - - lteideace Phone 71 I - - Physiciai and Surgeon Of I t'- cle on tla:i, R ,,ad Office Phor. " 12 3 R, n' 1-a-3 , DENTIS'T' St. JtI ' ýh. " Loog i ana . In \N«w4ll Build ing. Plank Road. I TIIOM.1: 1. \\'.\l)!, JR. Attorney-at-Law W\iil practive in Tensa' and adjoining P i ihe. Th .uprme tiurt of the. Statetannl tlhe Fed ,r.,l C ,urt,. Loans . ngotiated on rea;l ,tatle. . ST. JOSEPII, LA. + HUGH TULLIS + Attorney-at-Law ST. JOSI.:PI, L..,. G. II. CL.INTON n Attorney-at-Law ST. JOSEPH, LA. y Will practice in East Carroll, Mandison, Tens:is. Concori;a and the Su D )prneli and Federal Courts. This Means You, Mr. Merchant! DID you know that you and this paper have an interest in corn mon? Your success helps the community as a whole which in turn is of benefit to us. When a merchant adver tises with us, he is invest ing his money, which is returned with interest. SAe Toer GCed. 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