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Celcphonc No» > 0 » THURSDAY. AUG a 7. 1903 PERSONAL, I Q ftfcVgA afe fc M M. i g* | g* <€ * *ft * »ftC ifeC Mr. R. M. Kelley baa returned from a trip to Chicago. Mr. M. L. Kaufman returned to Roae dale laat week. Miaa folia Haatlnga la apending the week In New Orleana. Miaa Maud Kcooard returned laat night from a trip to Biloxi. Mr. Wm. Cabn and aon, Louie, hare returned from Ashvllle, N. C. Mr. G. W. Wbeeleaa wae among the Chicago excur«iooiate laat week. Mr. and Mra. C. A. Taliaferro apent a few daya in Haalehurat laat week. Mr. David Bock left Sunday for the eaatern marketa to purcbaae gooda. Maater Jacob Abraham baa returned from an extended viait to Baton Rouge. Miaa Ora Howard of Hermanville ia now engaged at the telephone exchange Hon. B. G. Humpbreya of Greenwood waa a vlaitor to relativea here thia week. Traveling Auditor McPerrin of the Cumberland Telephone Co., waa here laat week. Mr. and Mra. J. A. Currie and child of Brookbaven were viaitora to their old home laat week. Mr. John B. Hedrick, who ia now dairying at Hattieaburg, ia vialting bia mother near town. Mr. J. T. Drake arrived this morning from Monteagle where he haa been ■ponding aeveral week«. Mr. and Mre. W. B. Fly of Gloater were viaitora to Mra. Fly'* parenta, Mr. and Mra. B. H- Shaifer, thia week. Mre. Madlork and Mr. and Mra. Hard In of Arkauaaa have been viaitora at the home of Mr. and Mra. A. L< Rowland. Mr. and Mra. J. R. Collin« have returned from Monieagle, and are vielt* ing Mra. Coltina' parenta, Dr. and Mra Anderton. Mr. A. D. Moore haa aecnred employ ment at Scooha, in the eaatern portion of the atate, and expect« to move bi« family there tater. ¥»lca Herald : "Mr. J. F. Week«, of Hermanville, ia at the depot here aweiat ing Mr J T Lewi* preparatmv to giv ing Mr. Lewie a vacation for teal aud recreation. Mr. and Mr«. R. W. Taber amt ton of Fairhnveu, Ma««., arrived thia week, and are at the Wheeleaa Hotel. Mr. Taber will be the buyer for the cotton firm of W. C. Craig & Co. Brookhaven Times : "Miaa Idalette Harrie of Haalehurat and Miaa foaie B. Taliaferro of Port Gibaon are welcomr viaitora to Brookbaven, the guerta of Mra. Van Hook 1 « hospi.nbt** Home. Maunuri Va Hook of the oil mill and bia' charming family are recent addition« to our popu lation. He haa been here some time, and ia just now getting his family herr from their former home in Louisiana." »* et Brookhaven Times : • • of of 1 died. H OC r »VK «€>>»€ r Oi -ofe a r OV » 1 ** i g^ t C» 4 1 €>< > 3 ohn F>. O'Connor Mr. John H. O'Connor of New Orleana died at Cobonrg, Ontario, Canada, last Monday. Mr. O'Connor had gone to Canada in search of health, and his death waa no aurprise. The deceased tnarHrd Ml«» M|ld»eil Harding, aialer to Mr*. A Wilkin-o-« and Mr. J. M. Harding of Port Gibaon, and Mrs. S R Bertron of New York and Mr. P. M. Harding of Vicksburg. He was a prominent buiines* man of New Orleana, for aeveral years being presi dent of the National Bank of that place. N*«o Dfpcdcr A telegram waa received here yester day announcing the death of Mr. Marco Depeder at Bl Pa«o, Tex., at 5 a. m., af ter a fortnight'« illne««, aged 50 year*. For many year« Mr. Depeder waa a real dent of Vicksburg, where he waa in bn» ine««, and be will be well remembered by a number of citizens. He waa a na tive of Austria, coming to tbla side of the water in early life and to Vicksburg shortly after reaching tbla country. He leaves a wife and five children, wbo were with him at Bl Paso, where the family had lived for the past teo years. —Vicksburg Herald, 22nd. R. !>. Norebead Mr. R. H. Morehead died last night at one o'clock at the residence of bia biotb Cr-IB-Uw, Mr. R. B. Anderaon. Bver since (he sad accident of April, 1902, in which he war maimed for life, Mr. Morehead has been a constant sufferer. A few daya ago bia condition took a sud deu change for the worse, and be was brought from bis home at Ingleside to Pori Gibson wlirre lie coaid receive the attention of a physician. He gradually declined until death relieved him of bia «offering. Mr. Morehead wsa a member of one of the moat prominent lamiiie« in the coun ty. He was a young tnau of excellent character, and was a general favorite. He was the eldest son of the late Mr. B. H. Morehead, being 33 years of age. At the lime of the accident which finally resulted in his death, be was a member of «be board of supervisor» of this couo tjr Tbe deceased leave* hi» mother, iwo sister«, Mra. R. B Anderson of Port Gib aon and Mra. Julia Foard of Virginia, aud tour brother«, R S., B. H , H. S. and William Morehead of thia county. The funeral will take place from the Presbyterian church thia afternoon at three o'clock. L C. Newman Laat Friday night Mr. L. T. Newmau, a man of uobla traits of character, died el tha hofhe of his aiatar iu New Orleans, T Books at Cost! » K V ». Having discontinued our News Stand, we have on hand a number of Late Books and Novels that we will sell at cost. r e * . 4 » r Pope Drug Company 4 < w I * 1 s 'Si ■a* .«J & + tw m 11 ä in C 2 II ^ « 1 « JS & ÿ £.3 ilzl;« s !-§ p to o g v v G tn v P' 3.2 Q -E £ tj * ° 8.0 3 <J-C v J 3 • * o r> G rt y y rt p c > . « 1 > J ■M O c r§ s V- -O -Û V i .2 £* 4)13 we s>r«,4||Ss,r* 1 u II * 1 J* £ s 6 t»S ce U 8 -g ll 1 , S 8 ? 'r* jc 4 > ~ « -C 0 ti ^ g o »-6 c o £> P 3 to rt U! to *i U <?» 8 « rt £ « 2.2 •° oirZ 'C ^ 5; g w g -Q ^ -o P e^- 3.2 wq^ „ jt.s c S £ H ? >0 ««J'h'o « * g» c 3 ^ 3r 5 C c *£ 8 T 3 P o .2 rtO to rt Ti ^ 1 <U 2 M > c h c B to u « s J 35 jt f «j «* O «3 I'» m . Jip |î g ^ g g ,j 2 Q M N sg£s CO Ä <ü * wj 2 3 1*1 T. M -G W -J M w * K Mi Newman was born in Germany *ixtv-eighi years ago After traveling expensively, he came to Port Gibson where he entered into tin«i„e«s. Later, be married Ills p«,tnei*a daoghter. Misa Julia Kiefer, hy whom he had several children During the yellow fever epi lemic of 1878 »re lost his wife'and chil dren. AH of the o'der ueopte are fami liar with Mr. N-wims'i noble work dur ing this great acuurge He waa also a gella til Confederate soldier, fighting through the entire war, though having been wounded. Commenting on Mr. Newman'« work during the epidemic, the Picayune «ays : "One of the frw pleasant recollectiona of this awful time w.is Mi. Newman's association with Irwin Rnaaell, the fam ous dialect poet, who bad bimaelf re mained in Port Gibaon to aid in the work of nnraing the yellow fever patienta. Between the two brave men there waa much in common and each of them, in after life, apoke of the heroic efforts of the other in the nnselfiah work of those terrible daya. The remains were brought to Port Gibson for interment Sunday morning, accompanied by many relative* and friend«, Rabbi Heller of New Orleans officiating. A large concourse of people followed the co.pae to the grave, and (he floral decorations were very hand some. I ' MHRRIED. Crontn-Niddlrton At the home of the bride'* parents, ear Weataide, laat Suuday afternoon, Miss Lillie Middleton and Mr. Brneat Cronin of Port Gibaon, were nulled in marriage. The wedding was a very quiet one, none but the families of the young people being present. Misa'Middleton ia a daughter of Mr. H. D Middleton, a well-known citizen, and Mr. Cronin it a promising young The happy couple ar 11 busineaa man rived at Port Gibsou tbe same evening, and are domiciled at tbe Cronin real deuce. price-Oradtek News haa reached here that Miaa An nie Gradick, a daughter of Mr. M Gr«dick of thia piece, and a weil know» «»I employee of the Pope Dm* Co . married in Chicago h*t week to Mr. Bob Price of Martin. The young peuple had gone on au excursion, and it ia «up posed tbe match was arranged on tbe trip. To Cure • Cold In One Dey Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tablet*. AU druggists refund the money if it fail« to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. a^c. Piue bohiuel bars at bargain prices at Heidenreich Bros. OASÏOniA. Tbe Lnd Haa Haw Always tagi BsartUtt . . . S. BERNHEIMER & SONS .are just receiving one car load of StudebakerWagonsiRuggies This make is the most famous on earth, used all the year round and the whole world over. «■ *: ITOr T< T .+\ ' _ *\ < X I $ <* 7 ' \. ■ tf/j It 3 S ' JÜ 5 SÈ* 1 & ■ > * V« .. O» I Wkîâ I&.7 I . ■ 4 ' I i . Ml v* v I 'ivçæ - tf ' •*ygv ■ V . it ïfzWQ »ca ■ne*. 3 H c»Rte You S 2 sy ? hi J <aI with a wagon tb:it ev. rybody tak's off his hat to if you cJ trade with us. We are not jrive.i to extravagant state ments but the experience we have had selling Studebakcr Vehicles * and Harness ' warrants us in putting it strong. That experience prove* that » nothing satisfies so well as Studebakers. We don't need to tell you that they are honest goods. When you have made your pur chase you go home satisfied and stay satisfied. That's the kind of customers we need in the building of our business. That's why we handle the Studebaker line. __ Do you naed something? Let es figura on It with yea. t I S. BERNHEIMER & SONS, Pori Olbson, Miss. F. S. fltadebtken mr* not ntrmH I to brand their product with tbe name Stodcbakar, Mid that nameplate on your Job ia your beat guarantee tl-at yon bare a vehicle of true value and worth. Gins Cboien-ififaatan, _ DUrThotA. Dysentery, M I JHV th* Bowel Troubles of kS m S Children oM/»r Agt. MBWMWWim^JAlda Digestion. Regulates ! Hi ' tha Bowels, Strengthens the Child and Makes TEETHING EASY, to C. J. MOFFETT, M. IX, «T, LOUia MO. ** r 2£ Costs 0|] j 25 cats at Dnggists, I Or mall «i Ws kora kaaiM Df. Mat*»'« TXXTHUtA fTsstktn# Powtes) mm ^£ r>0bU# muU am m pnpn m mr j bmiom, »»« 9«» ot lttSwIuLd ttts mUMScUob tt smsowbI to twoorttao» kasdroS fr®* pwr rmt, wkteh Is s owy sgraaat th* Maas»**'« ts flrls* «0 Iks awthsTs Ol Iks soostry, to» Iks? s*r *•♦«»« so •timnmMj oraswrsas Uw «Soats M utsssaaœor a bM .« « owwaaw. w «wwuz tea noobu. DK uo OO. Wkotmsi. ARE YOU SORE? USE | aracamph Rdicm Ioitaatly or Money Rdftmdcd, CATARRH, HAY FEVER, And all Throat Inflammations. It Cook. It Soothes. It Cures. At aQ grad Srnggteta, Satd mdy fas 2Se^ Affueeieetfiiaii ran «Ah« if fofi onud OP. Tl Iß Füllt 111 I am prepared to furnish mate rial and do contract work of all kinds, both brick and frame work. Will do house, fence and all kinds ot repairs at reasonable prices and guarantee satisfaction in work manship. % ia Very respectfully, E. C. JORDAN, Contractor and Builder. f BO YEARS' EXPERIENCE TENTS Trade Marks Designs r Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a »ketch and description anlcklr ascertain owr opinion free whether an Inrentlon I» probably patentable. Communies tlon» »trictly oonfldanttal. Handbook on Patenta sent free. Oldest «fancy for aerating pat^uu Patents token through Mann A u>. receive special notice, without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely tllnstrmted weekly. I-anreet Mr ral*iton of eny scientlflo louruaL Terms, |3 e year ; lour months, |L Sold by all newsdeeler». MUNN & Co Brauch Onto«, i 361 Browlw.y. New York »rgL Washington. D. C. MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE, Founded 1826 300 STUDENTS LAST SESSION. t I Equipments are constantly be ing improved. Endowment is being annually enlarged. Next session opens Sept. 10th. Send for catalogue. W. T. LOWREY, President, Clinton, Hinds Co., Hiss. Guns, Pistols, Bicycles, LAWN MOWERS And ALL LIGHT MACHINERY REPAIRED. Satisfaction Guaranteed. JON. W. PAWL1CK. Real Estate For Sale t Houses and lots in Port Gibson, Hermanville and Harriston for i sale. Also farm lands in Clai borne and Jefferson counties. i. s, s j. i. î s. 1 . 1 . Dam. r %. % 111 Patronize Home Industries ■muwwaaawnpuawusBusuusaauuweumuumauumwmMuuamiMia aauuwm^ ^ ^ w ÙV QUI Hi) % ia ia Because you can get goods cheapest at home. Because you can see what you are buying. Because we can give you better terms. Because we handle the best line of Jewelry. Because your money spent with us is spent again by us b in your midst with the printer, butcher, grocer, tailor, laun ia (ü w QUI Oft W ia tvu dry and all classes of trade. ■ Because you may be either interested in some of the trades or get your employment from them and the money you $ spend with us drifts back from whence it came. $ Because money sent out of communities never does good and you pay more besides. $1 price less 10 per cent. A hint to the wise is sufficient. J® m m We will duplicate any outside TO 9 $ ■ < n TO Watchmaker and Jeweler, PORT GIBSON, aiSSISSIPPI SL. HIBOU, * Photographs THAT ARE ALL RIGHT AT HOME IN QUALITY IN PRICE is what you get by datronizing our Branch Studio. GII.BHRT BUU.DINO, OPPOSITB BKRNHKIMKR RRSIDENCK. We do everything in the picture line except the tintype and the pen All the latest and best finishes, such as Colodio Carbon, ny grab. Platinum, Aristo Platino; in fact the best in everything. Enlarging, ViewWork, Photo Buttons and Photo Frames a Specialty. Port Gib Gallery open every Wednesday. son CHAS. L0N6, the Picture Agitator, Permanent Studio, 108 i-a 8. Washington St, Vicksburn, Miss. THE BIG 3 Walter A. Wood Mowers Planet Junior Cultivators True Blue Plows The only hope for Southern Farmers Grass Time is Here / . and the WALTER A. WOOD MOWER will cut it closer to the gronnd than any other. It runs lightly, is well balanc ed, pulls from exact center of draft and does not drag the bar through the stubble, many other good features that you will appreciate. Come and see it or get a catalogue. ■ J i It has NATCHEZ t at !**«•*> Ft*' ■ SCHWARTZ 6l STEWART