THURSDAY. JUNE ,3, 1004.
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I nw ~i Vitift 4 -> o ct Pi> > ri> i r 1 tr i - , if > i ft i if' 1 t^*n
Mr. J. B. Heidenreich is in St.
Miss Blanche Abraham is visit
ing in Vicksburg.
Prof W. C. Guthrie is out on a
Miss Juliet Son is visiting her
sister in Louisiana.
Mrs. Gus A. Besser of Vicksburg
is visiting her parents.
Miss Rosa Herman has been vis
iting friends in Vicksburg.
Mrs. B. H. Levy spent a few
days in Natchez last week.
Mr. J. R. Hutchinson has been
visiting at Bayou Sara, La.
Miss Bertha Magrew of Tillman
is visiting Mrs. J. W. Brewer.
Prof. R. E. McKay has gone to
Chicago to spend the summer.
Prof. J. F. Frierson has returned
to his home in north Mississippi.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Durr re
turned from Brown's Wells Sunday.
Mrs. M. Isaacson and children of
New Orleans are visiting Mrs. Bock.
Mrs. H. H. Meyer of Fayette
visited her parents here last week.
Mrs. Harry Goodman of New I
Orleans is visiting Mrs. B. H. Levy.
Mr. I. R. Davidson of White
Castle, La., is spending a few days]
Mr. and Mrs. Manns of Green
ville are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. W. L. Jarman of Helena, •
Ark., is visiting Mrs. O. E. Patter
son this week.
Miss Sallie Scott returned to Port
Gibson last week and will spend
the summer here.
Rabbi J. S. Raisin has returned
from Lake Charles, La., where he
Mrs. N. A. Son returned last
week from a four weeks' visit to
New Orleans and other places.
Messrs. Henry and Moses Marx
returned from Asheville this week, .
the former considerably improved j
Utica Herald : "Mr. John Whe
lan made a visit to Vicksburg and
Port Gibson this week, returning
Dr. W. L. Parker of Rocky
to Inverness uext
Springs will go
week with a view of locating there
to practice dentistry.
Fayette Chronicle :
A. Newman left Wednesday inoru
Hermanville, where she
will visit relatives Irefore leaving
for the St. Louis Fair
Mr. Max Abraham has resigned
as book-keeper for S. Bernheimer
His place will be filled by
Mr- W. M. Drake of Vicksburg,
Mr. Drake will bring his mother to
Davidson is now serving his Pure
Ice Cream, any flavor, in 5c. and
The new rectory has been com
pleted, and it is an ornament to the (
For Blue Jay Corn plasters go to j
Pope Drug Company.
Mr. W. S. Beard has purchased
the Fulkerson property, corner of
Farmer and Jackson streets.
Rubber Hose for gardeu, lawu
and street sprinkling.
Woik has lieeii begun 011 the
two-story brick store of Levy &
Lap Holies, Hammocks ami Lawn
Swings are sold cheap at
David Bock's Department Store.
Claiborne has a good grand jury,
and it is probing pretty deep.. Mr.
Kennard makes one of the best fore
men the county has ever had.
Last Saturday night a negro crap^
shooter named Cox, fell dead
while plying his trade on the Ma
gruder place, four miles east of Port
Just received a car of Sewer and
T. R. Warburton.
The raitisof Mtmday and Wed
nesday were very much needed,
though the one on Monday did not
reach the eastern portion of the
Water introduced into houses,
and sanitary plumbing done in all
T. R. Warburton.
Postmaster Richardson of Port
Gibson is attending the Republican
convention at Chicago. He has
been placed on the committee of
Try "Seltzer Lemonade' 1 , with
Marischino Cherries, 10c.
Last week. Wilson Kilbourn, a
negro living on Mr. H. B. Vard
amau's place, was accidentally shot
in the hip by his pistol falling from
the bed. He will recover.
Try* * Davidson's Original Choice
5c., any flavor.
PU Good Judgment*
J'y Is just as necessary in buying a Corn
( Plaster as in buying anything else.
* J A wise selection will cure your com.
^' A poor one will irritate it.
It's just as easy to get rhl of your
corn as it is to say, Blue-jay*
4 W & 8. Y Ö
New name for
' Improved I Wonderful Antiseptic
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
$ A Gift to Humanity.
POPE DRUG COMPANY
For Sale in Any Quantities by
Pope Drug Co.
not complaining of business being dull; you know we are selling
William Cahn & Company
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This Speaks for It'-elf.
John G. Davidson :
Dear Sir Enclosed find check
Hermanville June 3, '04.
for $50.00. amount due you for
Davidson's cream do sell.
GEO. W. ROBERTSON.
We have just received
A Full Line of...
Cakes * Crackers
in In-er-seal packages.
Also a shipment of Fresh
Duvu Brand Hams
Our Grocery Store is replete
with tile best of Iui|K>rted and
AUGUST 1, 1904» with Complete Lines of
Tin and Granite Ware»
We will be Ready for Business on
Builders- and Heavy Hardware,
Guns and Ammunition,
WIRE and NAILS.
Main Street recently used as Sheriff's Office.
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
We will occupy the building on
The Claiborne Hardware Company
D. C. HOUSTON, Sec'y and Many&g
H. W. M. DRAKE, Treasurer
T. R. WARBURTON, President
J. T. DRA»\E, Vice President
Gaillard & Greenwald,
Wagon Material " Steam Fittings
Inquiries and orders will receive prompt attention.
Dr. Pope's Wonderful Antiseptic
^§1 £ Cure» CUTS, BRUISES, SPRAINS, NEURALGIA, HEAD
ACHE, COLIC, INDIGESTION, PILES, SKIN
TROUBLES and relieve* all kind* of Pain*
and Ache*, Internal or external.
GUARANTEED TO CURE OR (RONEY REFUNDED
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
PRICE 20C AND 6QC BOTTLE
POPE DRUG COMPANY, DISTRIBUTING AGENTS
Est. Charles & Irene Jones,Minors.
By virtue o the power vested
in mt* by a decree of the Claiborne
county chancery court rendered
in the above styled cause on the
29th day of March, 1904, I will
sell at public auction to the high
est bidder tor cash, at the front
door of the court house in Port
Gibson, Miss, within the hours
prescribed by law for sales under
execution at law, on
rionday, June 27 th, 1904 ,
the undivided one-sixth interest of
the said two minors in and to the
following described land lying and
situate in Claiborne county, Mis
plantation kn »wn as China Grove,
supposed to consist of the follow
ing sectional subdivi ions, to-wit :
S«c 1 , 609 acres, part of Sec. 7,
369.63 acres, all of Sec, > 36
• acres. Lots I, 5 and 6 of Sec. II,
260 acres, all of til above in T.
il, R 1 W. also the following in 1
T II. K I E . j ;ot of Nt-ctiiMi 38, 1
.1 See l6, II
1 2S ,h:i es. -t;i : p »ri
in all 1513 acres more or
S iid ->a e is made subject to
incumbrance m>w on
One-half of bid w II be re
quired in gash.
MRS. TROUPE JONES,
J. W. Brewer has removed his office to Main street in Kiefer
building where he will keep a full stock of Sewing Machines and
Attathments, new and old, Gents' Furnishings from cheap to good.
He has built a nice Picture Gallery adjoining, and announces
emphatically-he will compete with the best work in Photography
and Enlarging. Fine Ferrotypes in addition.
Call and be convinced.
J. W. BREWER.
while the sun shines, then cut it with a
WALTER A. WOOD MOWER,
The Best on the Market.
Lightest draft, best balanced, most durable. Large assortment
of repairs always on hand.
" Also Hay Rakes, Pitch Forks, Scythes, Snaths, Cradles and
all haying tools.
Send for catalogue.
SCHWARTZ & STEWART
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