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O. W. WHSKLK6S, President R. S. DRAKE, Vtce-Preat. B. H. MAORUDER. Cashier
Port Gribson Bann
PORT CIBSON. MISS.
Capital Stock
Surplus
850,000
$ 25.000
DIRECTORS :
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B. H. LEVY
J. T. DRAKE
Xu. CAHN
W. C. GUTHRIE
O. W. WHEELRSS
J. W. PERSON
E. S. DRAKE
H. W. M. DRAKE
B. H. MAGRCDER
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correspondents:
Hibernia National Bank. New Orleans
Delta Trust and Banking Co., Vicksburg
Hanover National Bank, New York
Bank of Commerce, Memphis
Will do a general banking buaineas. Will pay interest on savings deposits. Will ne
gotiate loans on real estate for any amount. Special attention given to collections, pay
ment of taxes, or «ny other business entrusted to our care.
FOUR PER CENT INTEREST
Poid in Savings Department on time certificates of deposit. Deposits received from fi.oo
upward.
Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold on Abt Country in the World
Lulu" Gotton and Corn Planter
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AND
FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR
Strong;, Simple and Durable and Does
Not Cet Out of Order.
It is all metal and free from flapping chains, set screws, idlers,
break pins, which cause lost motion and delay.
Does not drop seed when moved backward. Full particulars on
application to
General Agents,
9 NATCHEZ. : MISS.
SCHWARTZ & STEWART
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è for anything in that line. You can
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. application.
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Exclusive Agents.
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PROGRAM
Claiborne County Teachers' Asso
ciation, 10:30 A. IT. April,
ist, 1905.
I. SCHOOL HOUSES:
(a) Educational Value of Interior
Decorations and Artistic Grounds
—Miss Bertie Mae Clark.
(b) How Can the Necessary
Funds be Provided for Building
and Equipping Comfortable School
Houses ?—J. A. Craig (Supervisor)
Wm. Young (Patron.)
(c) Can a Teacher Without the
Aid of Public Funds Make a School
House Beautiful by Interior Deco
rations and Grounds?—Mrs. R. M.
Nesmith.
II. COMMENCEMENT:
(a) What it is Expected to Ac
complish.—Misses Lillie Dale, Mal
lie Boren.
(b) Its Scope for this Term, Na
ture of Exercises, Exhibition of
Work.—Miss Ernestine Richmond.
(c) When and Where Hold at,
How Meet Expenses, Speaker for
the Day.—General Discussion.
III. PAVILION :
(a) Why the Board Failed to
Make Appropriation.—J. A. Regan
(Supervisor) Miss Florence Naass
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on.
(b) Immediate Use Of.—Mrs. F.
Clark.
(c) How to Sccuic It.—General
Discussion.
IV. FINAL EXAMINATION:
For Graduating Class. — How,
When and Where Held—Miss Nan
nie Norman.
Board of Supervisors and Schoo
Board are EXPECTED to attend.
All others interested in our schools
are cordially invited to be present.
MISS JOHNNIE PEGRAM, 1
MRS. F. CLARK,
MISS ANNA HULL,
Committee.
Oives Health, Vigor and Tone,
Herbine is a boon for sufferers
from aneamia. By its use the blooc.
is quickly regenerated and the col
or becomes normal. The drooping
strength is revived. The languor
is diminished. Health, vigor and
tone predominate. New life anc:
activity results. Mrs. Belle Shirel,
Middlesborough, Ills., writes : "I
have been troubled with liver com
plaint and poor blood, and have
found nothing to benefit me like
Herbine. I hope never to be with
out it. I have wished that I had
kuown of it in my husband's life
time.
50c. Sold by Pope Drug
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Kind Yon Haw Always Bought
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Signatare
of
Honor Roll School No 2.
First Grade—Adair Skipwith,
Lena Mae French, Truman Bailey,
Leola Bobo, Abe Frishuian, Mary
Higgins, Bert Moser.
Second Grade—Charlie Redish,
Fannie Dampf, Estelle Shaifer, Le
land Turner, Leo Wander, Frank
Motiuger, Merrell Williams, Hester
Higgins.
Third Grade—Marguerite Turn
er, Juliette Sou, Catherine Wat
kins.
Fourth Grade—Bernice Jalenak,
Maggie Gray., Melvin Moser, Lil
lian Pawlick, Jakie Dampf.
Fifth Grade—Mav Brown, Bessie
Williams, Laura Shaifer, Sidney
Jalenak, Archie Varnado, Myrtis
Wheeless, Minerva Mounger, Em
ma Goepel, Estelle Barber, Flor
ence Levy, Bernice Levy, Hiram
Jalenak.
Sixth Grade—Stephen Schillig,
Carl Bloniquist, Vick Andrews,
Sadie Marx.
Seventh Grade—Vernon Hack
ett, Ida.Brown, Earl Re^or«! An
gu-t Levy.
Eighth Grade—Hettie Varnado
Miriam Frishuian.
Ninth Grade—Jacob Benton, Ma
tile Levy.
CURED CONSUMPTION.
Mrs. B. W. Evans, Charwater,
Kan., writes: "My husband lay
sick for three months. The doc
tors said he had quick consumption
We procured a bottle of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup and it cured him
That was six years ago and singe
then we have always kept a liottle
in the house. We cannot do with
out it. For coughs and cold it has
no equal.
Sold by Pope Drug Co.
25c, 50c and $1.00.
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ELECTION NOTICE.
Pursuant to an order passed by
the Board of Supervisors at the
March term, there will be a special
election held at Port Gibson on Sat
urday, March 25th, 1905, to fill the
office of Constable of District ISto.
i, caused by the death of Constable
L. A. Simms.
Witness our hands this the 8th day
of March, A. D. 1905.
D. D. IRWIN,
S. H. BAGNELL,
Election Commissioners.
The Best Cough Syrup.
S. L. Apple, ex-Probate Judge,
Ottawa Co., Kansas, writes: "This
is to say that I have used Ballard's
Horehound Syrup for years, and
that I do not hesitate to recommend
it as the best cough syrup I have
ever used.
Sold by Pope Drug Co.
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25c, 50c and $1.00.
The State of Mississippi.
To C. P. Griffing, Defendant :
You are commanded to appear
before the Chancery Court of
Claiborne County, Mississippi, on
the
First Monday of April, A. D. i 9 os,
to defend the suit in said court of
S. Bernheimer & Sons wherein
you are a defendant
This ist dav of March, A.D. 1905
R. C. McCAY, Clerk.
Bv S. 11 Bagnell. D. C.
H C. MoUNGER, Solicitor.
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SATINOLA »* • new discovery, guaranteed,
and money refunded if it faila to remove Freck
les, Pimple«, Liver Spots, Blackheads, Tan, Dis
colorations and Disfigurations. Ordinary cases
in 10 days, the worst in 20 days. After these de
fects are removed the skin will be soft, clear,
healthy and beautiful. Price 50 cents at drug
stores or by mail. Thousands of ladies testify to
the merits of Satinola.
Miss Alace Lirette writes:—Thibodeaus, L*..
Oct. 13. '04. "For four years my face waa com
pletely covered with freckles and pimples. All
remedies failed, unUl I used two packages of Sat
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pimples. My complexion is now perfect, and
hope every lady having freckles or pimples wilt
try Satinola."
NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paria, Tenn.
Sold in Port Gibson by POPE DECO CO.—and
all leading Druggs.ist
Wt AM SOLE ASCNTS HEM FOR
Yînol
The moat famous Cod Liver Oil prep
aration known to medicine.
Contains ALL the medicinal element*
of cod liver oil, actually taken from
£re«h cod's livers, but not a drop of oiL
Delicious to the taste aßd recognized
throughout the world as the greatest
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people, weak, sickly women
dren, nursing mothers and af
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Cures Hacking Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis and all Throat and
Lung Troubles. Vnequ*led to crea^
an appetite and to make those who are
too thin, fat, rosy and healthy.
Try it on our guarantee to return
your money If yon are not satisfied.
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POPE DRUG CO.
PORT GIBSON. MISS.
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The U. S. MAIL will
bring your Savings
right to our doors, no
matter where you live.
You can deposit as little
as One Dollar, on which
we pay
3% INTEREST
We have depositors all
over the South, and we
want your account too.
Writs for our Booklet
** Banking by Mail "
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A TRUST COMPANY
311-315 CAMP ST.
Now Orlaant, La.
Tht Largest . the Oldest
Sa vim 2 s Bank in the South.
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LaWuers
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OBT GIBSON, S MISSISSIPPI.
Piactice iu all the Court* of Claiborne an* fef
erson Couatie*. and Federal and Supreme
Courts at Jack* m. Real estate for sale.
To
J. N. BRASHEAR.
f\ ttomey -at-baW
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PORT GIBSON, MI^S,
DR. L. A. SMITH
Dentist,
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
R. B. ANDERSON,
Attorr\ey-at- La W,
Careful attention given to business.
Office over Cahn's Dry Goods Sto**»
Order of Notin on Bankrupt's Pe
tition for Discharge.
In the U. S. District Court for Wes
tern Division of Southern District
of Mississippi :
In the Matter of W. F. Smith in
Bankruptcy :
On this 13th day of March, A.
D. 1905, on reading the foregoing
petition, it is
Ordered by the Court that a
hearing be had upon the
the 27th day of March, A. D. 1905,
before said Court, at Vicksburg,
Miss., in said District, at 12o'clock
in the noon, and that notice thereof
be published in the Port Gibson
Reveille, a newspaper printed in
said District, and that ail known
creditors and other persons in inter
est may appear at the same time
and place and show cause, if any
they have, why the prayer of said
petitioner should not be granted
! And it is further ordered by the
Court, that the Clerk shall send by
mail to all known creditors copies
1 of said petition and this order, ad
dressed to them at their places of
residence as stated.
Witness the Honorable H. C. Niles,
Judge of the said Court, and the
seal thereof, at Vicksburg, Miss.,
in said District, on the 13th day
of March, 1905.
L. B. MOSELEY, Clerk.
J. H Short, D. C.
of
same on
of
Trustee's Sale.
By virtue of the authority vested 1
in uie under a certain deed of trust ■
executed by B. R. Shields and Liz
zie J Shields on Jan. 28th, 1901,
conveying to me as appointed trus*
tee, certain property, to secure the
indebtedness named therein, default ;
having been made in the payment
of same, I will sell the said proper- ;
ty at the front door of the court
house at Port Gibson, Mississippi,
at the hour of one o'clock p
. m., on
the
First Monday and 3rd Day of April,
« 905 .
at public outcry, to the highest bid
der for cash, the following described
real estate, situated in Claiborne
county, Mississippi, tQ-wit : Forty
acres, more or less, of land in Sec
tions 43 and 44, Township ia,
Range 4 East, and more particular
ly described as follows, to-wit : Be
ginning on a small branch at a
point where line of Sec. No. 47
crosses same. Thence North 30 de
grees West to Hermanville and St.
Elmo public road ; -thence by and
with said road to hickory X; thence
South 30 degrees East to a small
branch, a beech X ; thence down
said branch to its conjunction with
Iowa Branch ; thence down Iowa
Branch to place of beginning,
Witness my signature this the 13th
day of March, 1905.
G. W. ROBERTSON,
Trustee.
Trustee's Sals.
Under and by virtue of the pow
ers vested in me as substituted trus
tee, iu a certain deed in trust exe
cuted by W. C. Hicks and Ida K, _
Hicks, his wife, on the nth «lay of |
May, 1894, an< t °f record in deed 1
book "3 R," 11 page 234, ot the
deed records of Claiborne County,
Miss., and of an appointment as
substituted trustee under said trust
deed, of record in deed book 3 R,
on page 434, of said deed records,
I will on the
at
ty
a
E.
the
all
to
Tenth Day of April, 1905,
sell to the highest bidder for cash,
at public outcry, at the front door
of the court house in Claiborne
County, Miss., between the hours
prescribed by law, the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit : All ol !
that part of land known as the
Wright place in Township 13,
Range 3 East of the county afore
said, being fully described in a deed
from R. C. McCay to W. C. Hicks,
of record in deed book "3 K," on
page 696, of said deed records, ref
erence being hereby made to said
deed for a particular description of
said* land, and also the following
described land :• A part of Sections
24 and 25, Township 13, Range 3
East, of said county, and being the
same land conveyed to me by
Amanda C. L. Terrell, by deed of
record in deed book "3 K," on
page 534, of said teed records, ref
enuce being hereby made to said
dt e«l for a particular description of
saiil land. Said sale will be made
to satisfy the said deed in trust and
note therein secured, default hav
ing been made in the payment of
said note and interest. There being
about 841 acres of said land alto
gether, as conveyed by the said
trust deed.
This 15th day of March, A. D.
»905 — 3 t
C. A. FRENCH,
Substituted Trustee.
To
on
3rd
to
D.
a
The State of Mississippi.
To General Jones:
You are commanded to appear
hefore the Chancery Court of
Claiborne County, Mississippi, on
the
Third flonday of April, A.D. 1905 ,
to defend the suit of Famie Jones,
wherein you are defendant
This 3rd day of March, A.D. 1905.
R. C. McCAY, Clerk.
By S. H. Bagnell, D. C.
F. A. POLSLEY, Sol for Comp.
POSTED. Against hunting a.d I
fishing and all other trespassing, the
Bannockburn plantation.
(Mrs.) E. R. Montgomery j
I inued
Co,
a
Truste»'* Sale.
Whereas, a certain deed of trust
was executed on the ist day of
February, 1899, by A. F. Armi
tage and R. A. At mitage, convey
ing to the estate of J. B. Guthrie,
deceased, a certain tract of land
situated in Claiborne county, Mis
sissippi, to secure an indebtedness
named in said deed of trust, and
whereas, under the terms and pro
visions of said deed of trust I
have been duly appointed I
trustee therein to foreclose the
same, default having been made
in the payment of the said indebt
edness and having been requested
by the owner and holder thereof
so to do, I will sell the said prop
erty conveyed under said deed of
trust, at the main entrance to the
Court House of said county, in
the town of Port Gibson,
Monday, the 3 rd day of April, 1905
as
on
at or about tjie hour of 12 o'clock,
noon,at public auction,to the high
est bidder for cash, the said prop
erty, being described as follows :
The following described real estate
situate, lying and being in Clai
borne county, Mississippi, to-wit:
the northwest corner of the north
west quarter of section 5, town
ship 13. range 5 east, containing
112 acres, more or less, also the
northeast corner of the northeast
1 O uar,er "< »«lion 6, township 13,
■ ran 8 c 5 cast, containing 55 and
* 4 * • 00 acrci - Th said two par
ce,s i «rethe same that were
conveyed by S. E. and J. T. Smith '
to Ai.ce F. Armitage by dteti «.t
; Nov. lit 1886, and recorded in I
Deed B^.k 2 Z, pn page 415 of j
; the records of deeds of Claiborne I
County Mississippi, to which ret
erence is made for a more partie- J
ular description; also part of sec- !
tion 6, township 13, range 5 east,!
containing 135 acres, more or less,,
also eighty acres, more or less, in j
section 6, township 13, range 5
east. These last two parcels of
land is the land conveyed to Al- ,
ice F. Armitage by N B. Fisher
and others by their deed of May
nth, 1892, and recorded in Deed
Book 3 E. on page 478 of the rec
ords of deeds in the office of the
chancery clerk of Claiborne Coun
ty, Mississippi, which deed is re
ferred to and asked to be taken
a part of the description of the
land hereby conveyed,
four parcels of land contained and
wananted by this instrument con
tain in the aggregate 3S2 14-100
acres, more or less, and constitute
what "is now known as the Armit
as
These
age phiLC ; and are bounded on
the north by the land of Byron
Fisher, on the south by the land
Ipe Crawford, on the east by
".mil of Albert Chatham, on
t»y Uu McClellan estate,
tu ui) Mgnattuc this the 8th
da; 'f M .rr'i, I9'5
J. a. l>/\dINEY, Trustee.
of
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Notice is hereby given th.«t the i
undersigned trustee in the matter
of the bankruptcy of W. F. Smith
of Carlisle, Mississippi, will on
Tiiisiee's Sale.
nonday, the 27th Day of March, 1905,
at or about the hour of 12 o'clock
noon, in Carlisle, Claiborne coun
ty, Mississippi, on the premises
hereinafter described, offer for sale
at public outcry, to the highest
bidder for cash, the following de
scribed lot, tract dr parcel of land
lying and being situated in Clai
borne county, in the State of Mis
sissippi, to-wit î
That certain lot situated, lying
and being at Carlisle, in the Coun
ty of Claiborne, Misdssippi, com
mence from survey thereof, at a
stake located 250 feet Irom the
right of way of the Y. & M. V.
Railroad; thence 50 feet in a South
erly direction with the Rocky
Springs aud Carlisle public road to
a stake, being the corner of land
belonging to E. D. Jones, Sr., and
E. D. Jones, Jr. ; thence in an
Easterly direction parallel with the
said Railroad track 300 feet to
stake ; thence North parallel with
with the said Rocky Springs and
Carlisle public road 50 feet; thence
West parallel with said Railroad
track 300 feet to the place of be
ginning, in Section No. 27, Town
ship 12, North of Range 4 East of
the County aforesaid, together with
all and singular the buildings and
improvements thereon and thereun
to appertaining. I will convey such
title only as is vested in me as such
trustee.
no
the
ELI SHANNON, Trustee.
The State of Mississippi.
To Marion A. Turnipseed, Horace
Turnipseed and Robert Turnip
seed :
You are commanded to appear
before the Chancery Court of the
County of Claiborne, in said State,
on the
3rd Monday In April. A. D. 1905 ,
to defend the suit in said court of
D. A. Lowe et al, wherein you are
a defendant.
This 8th day of March, A. D. 1905.
the
have
tain
the
la
ways
Get
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R. C. McCAY, Clerk.
C. A. French, Att'y.
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N«xt tkftâîon will open 6cpt. 14, 1904
Ntxt Session well close 30, 1905
Tuition for the session, $35.00. Payable, fij.oa
th« time of euteance, $io.oq by the tat Jan.
Jio.oc by the ist March.
A. K. BRASHEAR,
Secretary.

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