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When in Vicksburg, Dine at
The Carroll Hotel
New U"eer u.e Masmeewst of Fred Ws..e asd Marry Kaiser
Special Dinner Served Every Day From 12 to 3
The finest and cleanest Ladies' Dining Room in Vicksburg.
Tables reserved for banquets.
We use the best of everything the market affords.
Edge Tools With an Edge
If It's Made to Cut With, We Have It
Rmasrm When you want a tool to cut with, buy it here.
Sissers We have the most magvlfloent display of edge
Axee tools ever brought to this town.
We handle the best standard makes of tools, and
satet can furnish you anything that cuts, from a gimlet to
o *a mowing machine.
B Erae agd Mt We specialise on Carpenters' Sets.
CMoI.el We repeat, if it is made to out with, we have it,
IOr lag lgnive and want to sell it to you.
Mettadss, Et.. -MILLMNAMA IN-. Cl ViksIrg, liss.
If you want to buy or sell, see
W. A. S. Wheeler Realty Co.
Natess N.tl Ngls. NATCNeZ, MISS. Phntos 7
rn I.i La Platati a Spcidy
A eoamplete Line of the
STAR BRAND SHOE
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
2 Ieawrplete Lime of --
S led"i"g BOBBINET BARS, COTTON BARS, SHEETS,
SUEETING, MILUNERY and UNDERWEAR
We dee carry a large assortment of STOVES, BUO
GIES, HARDWARE below the present market price
I BLACKMAN'S° RNIC.STORE
ST. JOSEPH, LA.
- CUT PRICES
W. R. Baker & Son
ft.. s St. josepl, Louldanua
To My Friends and Patror.n:
Owing to strike of the premmen
and bders of the CarJs Publish
ing Cempany " a ..riy four hour
week, wideh s been refused, the
Cempany has advised me that they
will not be able to ship more than
twenty-five (25) per cent of their
agents' weekly supplies.
This mesas that instead of getting
my sual 38 copies of the Saturday
Evening Post I am getting only 9.
My Ladies Home Journal order has
My customers will be supplied in
the order in which they started tak
ing from me and as the publishers
increase my weekly supplies custom
ers will be taken on in the same
order as they were dropped.
Trust(ng that you will bear pa
tiently with the publishers and my
smlf and amering you tlnt in this,
your troubles are mine, I remain,
J. S. JOHNSTON, Jr.
been eat from 15 to 5.
aem m rer Ie t e rn and *asts
TAXI STATION AND ARA.GE AT
I take pleasure in announcing that
nI have put in a taxi stdt1on with line
- of cars for public service at St. Jo
k seph and am prepared to transport
passengers any distance at any hour.
'y Am also conducting a public garage
in "ere and am always prepared to do
r repair work on any make of car,
guaranteeing satisfaction. My own
Sgarage is also guarantee that my
y livery cars will always be ready to
go. "Quick Service" is n; motto.
Give me a trial.
W. W. DENT, St. Joseph, La.
rs "DRESS LIKE A PRINCESS"
- I announce the arrival direct from
be New York and Switserland, the sam
pies of the Famous Schweisers Em
*- broidered robes and dress goods. The
7- prices are reasonable, the dsigna ex
See Mrs. J. D. Wilson, or ring No.
fr. Fly Time is ere-Get Basy.
. FOR RENT.
s Booms, se ra~ had er anfruihedr
S YMs A. XL MIkDOi
N RELIGIOUS SERVICES IN TEN
SAS PARISH ON SUNDAY,
I1 a. m. sad I p. m.
Waterproof-Rev. R . F. Haell
Newellton-Rev. M. J. MeLain
St. Joseph-Rev. W. Lennie-Smth
Mr. J. W. Bateman made a business
trip to Baton Roug this week.
Mr. Clarence Johnston made a
week-end "business" trip to Vieks
Hon. Geo. Spencer of Tallulah was
week-end visitor to St. Joseph and
N Tensas parish.
Winborne Drake has returned from
Baton Rouge, uwere he attended L.
S. U. the past winter.
Mrs. H. S. Weidman has joined her
husband at St. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs.
Weidman are for the present with
Mr. and Mrs. Wasson.
Miss Marie Ashford, who has been
attending Randolph Macon Women's
College, Lynchburg, Virginia, bas re
turned home for the summer.
Mrs. Georgia Lyon, Mrs. Chas.
Heckler and Mrs. W. W. Dent visited
relatives at Rodney and othsr points
in Claiborne county, Miss., this week.
Mr. J. A. Walls of England, Ark.,
is visiting his brother-In-law, Eddie
Yeagle, Mr. Wai havrg pmarated
Eddie's eldest sister, Miss Josh
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Scott of
Mounds, La., were visitors to St. Jo
seph an Tuesday, having merared
down to visit their sou, Mr. Wesley
Scott, and his interestag little family.
Misses Mariam White and Louise
and Fay Seaman, who have been at
tending Southwestern Industrial In
stitute, at LaFPaette, La., are at
home, at Waterproof, for the vaca
The Ford Motor Co., hsadquartsm
at Detroit, has announsed a dsbht 1
duction in price of Ford ears efge
tive June 7th. Thebo Conner Motor 0o.
of St. Joseph will sanoune these to
ductions next week.
Rains are of daily Sccurrsece at St.
JJoseeir though happily are not gem
eral. Some sections of the prish am
crying for rain. St. Joseph weould
gladly give to other parts of the pa
ish needing it some of the preeit rs-I
tion we ass getting evuy single day.
Dr. Clarke, street mmir -er for
St. Josuh, has opened am ditch along
Court House square down to the
woods, and as result the draiaae is
much better. Other drains in town I
also need to be opened, when further I
Simprovement in our swereag spstesm
will be seen. ]
Miss Alice Bondauat went to I
Natches this week o saunderg oper
ation for appendicEs, which was per. I
formed on Friday morning at 6 o'
clock. Epr. eomdties i reported as
good as can be expeet d a opur
ation was a sueesss .Ms. Bodorant
is with her dsaghter. The meay
friends of Miss Alic are delighted
to know that she is dong welL
Mr. and Mrs. Marion P. Gatbrol
of Lake St. Joseph ar receving eam
E gratulations on the coming of a fine
8-lb. boy on Maday, Jane ~, whol]
will bear the name of his father,
Marion Philip Gubare. Mrs. Guthri
was Miss JospIe AIy. The mnay
friends of this popular eopte are
delighted to know that both sh and
the baby are daig weall ad extend
the proud pants (and graud-parmts,,
too) bueartist eo=r.nslat . Shake,
Grandp Aly, shake
Attention is called to the pr am
of the Electric Thetee olsewhm inI
these colmns. Ty hame bookedl
plays for fou days e* week, ofI
which two days EISMET wlB be par
sented at eight o'eoek Wedne
and Thursday waia. T is ptmre
the Electric Thatre has gone to eo
sidermble expnse to amm ad have
raised thdr admimlm enly a trifle
and unless they seore a vry large
ptronage cannot pemibly mahe enrds
meet. The meadi of the prssmp w
show two oer high shes preducthes
which also deserve a good punge.
The Ladies' Aid S*leyof ao
Union Church of St. Joesph w give
an ice cream festival ao nut Wed
nesday, 15th inst., at the eolee of
the Delta Land Co., o gravd seled,
adjoining store of .'L loaln, Eleq.
T"'e futival wB bei 8 o'eleck
p. m. and see cream and eaes wll be
served to the pubic, the poeds
to be devotod to paying off debt in
cident to piatntig and s epairi g Unlu
Church. Ertbody s bnvited and It
r, hoped the affair wU be wel pat
ronised, as the ema is meet deserv
ar,1 thed - ad petit juries wiD
wn both bhe In sionom net wak. The
y hegroes impliesated i tho marder of
to 'Prank Dndley have odessed ad
Lto. their trial will toke pImse net wek
One smrll boys grey ovwreae with
Mars, plM tar f ha bed, t oal'.
om May have lefit at sme friend's ke.
Slam r pae ofy me a·,t St. Joseph.
- TROO. M. WADE HI
Emereof lent makes Mpealal,
l opportuay for sy ne wih Id
or $10o prefit a Jamu iry t roest
Sand no risk. Pawrtedss oa s-resL
3 w. ammsom
. MA3 ghWa
Your stock NOW and pre
vent an out-break of
The loss of one male from this dread disease
will cost more than to inoculate the whole lot
DO IT NOW!
We have on hand a stock of Lederle's Simul
taneous Serum and will appreciate your order
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT!
Long Distance ~T
Pho o. e ST. JOSEPH D CO.,.Ltd.
NOTICE! INCOME TAXPAYERS
If your net income exceeded $5,000.00 in the
years 1917, 1918, 1919 or 1920, you are entitled
TO A REFUND under the recent Community
Property Decision of the Treasury Department.
RUFUS W. FONTENOT & CO.,
J. C. Macpherson,
ST. JOSEPH, - - LOUISIANA
FPll Stoek of Accessories
All orders and work given prompt attention.
S235-7 ah F1a1 Strut NATCHEZ, MISS.
r. WATERPROOF NOTES. I
C On'Wednesday, June 1st, a dancing cm
i party was given by the members of
Is the well known club the H. S. C. as Ml
u follows: EdnaS Hunter May, Adele M
sr Hilpler Hunter, Marie Louise Kull- fry
a man, Otimese* Eva Brown, Thelma te
Magnolia Bennett, Rosalie Pres in gfa
o honor of their new members Miss ke
r- Verna Lee Fields of Nathes anad Miss
F- Emily Ulrch Miller of Waterproot. IJt
'- The party was given at the beauti- he
-a ful home of Miss Marie Louise ull
r- g-ma Ra
At Msie was furnished by the "Water- wI
S-Jproo Ja puppies" Iee
SLater in the evening most de- in
licious Ices were served.
Others present esides members wi
" and honor guests were: Margie Gib- p
son, Catherine Ulrich Miller, Louise
eMartlen, Frances Miller, Jack Webb, da
r Peter Hayes, Mervin Kullman, Dal- go
ton Watson, Mac Seaman, louise th
SPries, Willie White, Jr., Jeseph Jr
1 Testa, Jr., Winter Marten, Carey
ad Martia and Charles Ehlert.
Id The whole evening was speak very be
' Mrs. P. Preis of Waterproof left
en Tuesday morning for Vicksburg.
Mrs. M. Kulman left an W edne
b day to visit relatives in Hattieburtg,
later being Joined by her son, Her
bert Mervin nllman, in New Orleans.
SMiss Roe Gale of tfaculty of
SWaterproof High School left for St.
Joeeph Tuesday morning, later goh.g
to New Orleans to summer schooL
Missm Mae Forte, Mrs. Forte and
Miss osy Forte, from Lake Village,
SArkansas, are visiting their daughter
and sister, Mrs. Charles Test.
The members of the club, the II.
8. C., greatly regret the less of one
of it' meet popular members, Miss
Otimese Brown. Mis Brown is now
visiting friends and relatives in Stev
eason and Gloster, Mii. She will go
to Natches later and make her home.
The club, the H. S. C., regrets that
it will lose three of its members for
the latter two weeks of June. Miss
Adele Hunter will visit relatives in
New Orleans. Miss Edna May will
on visit friends in that same city, and
it Mis Thelma Benntte will visit in
SMir Verna Lee Fields of Natches,
Mis., Wao has weently been initiated
Sas an H. S. C., arrived in Waterproof
aon June 1, where she is making her
of relative a visit of two weeks.
d Miss Katherine Miller of Na'ches,
k. Mis., who is a cousin of Miss Emily
Miller, a newly initiated H. S C., is
visiting relatives and frinds at
ar. Mr. M. Kallman, of Nathes, has
se. ben visiting Miss Rsalie Pries, an
ph.S a . of Watewroef.
[ Miss Nettle Wales of New Mexico
has bees vilting Mao. N. .L RegIlli.
Miss Agatha la unS, of Natches,
Miss., has been viag her cosia,
Miss Marie Louise Maome, an H. 8.
C. of Waterproof.
Mrs. L N. Huater has be., vi
iting }er dghltr, Mrs. John T.
Gdae, Jr.. who is at sboed aSt ke
Miss Jessie Rudnall, of Natches,
* visiting her sister, Mrs. . C. Lan
Miss Pearl Louise Seaman, Miss
,argare F-y Seaman and Mice
darlam White returned on June 1st
rom Lafayette, La., *bere they at
aeded school this pest sessibn, and
raduatedin typewriting and book
Mr. Percy Greaves returned qn
fue ld, from Oxford, Miss., where
me completed a course in law.
Misses Alice Durbin and Corn
tucker returned from Monts, La.,
where they tauht school the past
mion. Everyone knows the approach.
ing marriage of Miss Durbin.
On June 2nd and 3rd two danes
were enjoyed by the people of Water
Rev. and Mrs. . F. Harrel and
daughter, Mir Natalie Harrell, iave
gone to Jackson, Miss., to 'attend
the graduation of Mr. 3. F. Harrell,
Tr., at MlWaps College.
The history of the button dates
back to Queen Elizabeth's reign. I
9 but it pours!
SIT wAS eega ,ale-t.' A'm Te . bm ,, wastene.
r BUT WHEN I rt Ihm. A mimne Iea..
I POUND the awe. T SMITHS dgen their mine.
e HAD A s t1b. AN THE Mi. i h.bmL
" AND COLOU t eom WELLg" I =1.
SO I ciortd -O, ijy. MORE e a.ir.
o woN'r Sue assI ums WHATS THs d4mbmat
.SWELL EATS or t, w IMER ,E't mSn rA
r BUT NO, Se .i. FL PEED the mam.
"YOU DOW? IT us. lu H .N - t d.
r oD WASTE al tits o AND tOUW d t
JUST ON ;" AND E TWIEEN tie t .
SA 0. WELL ALL e IAMM.dL"
AN D SO I Sakd,,ir.. ,"
"LET'S PHONE the 5mth."
BUT THEY had headaches.
A ?Li. .~t of d THEN WE tried the Jose.e. ONDRPUL **apsnU
,.,,.., s-- ... Chieer, ,,-,
!e do e st* wdewme s tAND THE4Y "eh for it.
rla o AND WHEN rta for tatr. A
wait-M is A g ay WAS JUlST about tsd7. a· ry emet an
St hM gy THlE PHONE alm twes. Al Wier 1e p
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r* IZee I Mr Tamos Ca
7.Inch and 8.Inch Short Shank Handle
7 1-2-Inch, 8-inch and 8 1-2.Inch Baker
Lynden Bye Hoes
5-tooth "GBR WHIZ" Sprint Tooth
John Deere and Little Giant f.Tooth
E#Prices are lowauwe don't wast te carry
uatll next season
Baker & McDowell Hdw. Co.
Fat cattle (any weight); also hogs (100
sB .k aj . . AN S, Io ans.
We offer for fall delivery of 191 a general line of nary .tia, a.
cluding all the leading varieties of Fruit and Nut Trees, riup V en ery
Plants, Ornamental Flowering Shrubs, Vines, Roses Hedge Faate .
All the items we list and asell will be guaranteed eLnhea
covered by certificate showing government aInspection, large thrifty tfmes and
plants, true to name. If you do not know varieties best for your
leave the selection to us, we will send you kinds that will prodaee asy
crops of fine frait, kinds best for yourleallity and s.Il
Write for our prices and order early, pay when ougethe oder. We
can ave you money on sathing you want to pýnt o solbed lr
commercial orchard planting a speelalty. If we s nt bha a segesar
tive in your locality write as at once, we want a resPonble ad -s
bitious representative in every county. SHAHAN BS.30, Nageyaun,
WHETHER ONLY LIFE AND FlE INSURANCE POLICIES, OS
BONDS AND JEWELRY, WHICH rEAr MONET TO ANTOIS
GETTING POSSESSION OF THEM.
ARE YOUCGIVING THEM THE BEST P0IUCTDON AVAIr
RENT A SAFE DEPOSIT 3O1 oUR IUR0AGrDWTIS
WE INVITE uNSPECT)IOI Fa ALL. .
Bank of St. Joseph
St. Joseph, Laoisiana
Fo Sobh avese D
EACLE PENCOL CO1ANY, NEW Y(EK
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