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IEH SERIES— VOL. XXXIII. NO, 3«
PORT GIBSON. CLAIBORNE CO., MISS., THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 1.908.
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ESTABLISHED 18SQ
DISCONTINUED 1861. .
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This will be without exception the Great
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to bring it down to the normal condition.
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36-50 tO SI O Men's and Young Men 's Sack Suits of the latest style,
15.00 to $20,00
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15.00 to 25.00
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made, worth,....'...
5.00 to $8 Men's Overcoats, worth.
6.90 Tailor-Made Dresses, worth..
2.50 tO $3.00 Men's Trousers, worth
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We have cut the price on all the Child
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on hand at tempting prices. You will posi
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This remedy has proven itself the true and
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prompt relief when taken for Constipation,
Indigestion. Biliousness, Dyspepsia. Dizzi
ness or other troubles incident to a torpid or
inactive liver and a clogged up system.
It is a pleasant remedy of great power, and
Nature* tfaisfiuHfo the highest {iegrpa,'
(smadeih both liquid find COWdep form,is
pleasant and agreeable to the taste, prompt
inaction, and haves no sickening, weaken
ing after effects.
It is an Ideai Liver Medicine.
We have a large number of letters from
satisfied pa'ror s who have been benefited
lind cured by It.
St. Joseph's Liver Regulator 1 «bo 14
by druggists and general merchants, or you
can send to us for it. Price. Liquid, 60 cents
a bottle. Powders, in tin boxes. 25 cents a
box. Sample of powders and booklet sent
free on application,
GERSTLE MEDICINE CO.
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Pay Your Preacher.
Religion lias exerted a tremend
ous force over our civilization
Viewed from the human stand
point alone, religion is the strong
est bulwark law and justice have.
Every moral precept we have has
been germinated and nurtured
through and by religion. Without
unto himself, and in thè'éfftl menr
would be confusion, followed by
phaos,
Religion is free and without
price, and yet the man who preach
es it or who teaches it must live,
and the-laborer iu the Lord's vine
yard, whether he be minister,
preacher, priest or rabbi, is worthy
of his hire. The minister's salary
should be paid, not as a donation,
but as something he has parned
and to which he has a right be
cause ot services rendered.
If a man goes to cbtirch he
should pay for the privilege.' If a
man is a member of a chu-ch he
ought to pay his pro rata just as
he pays his taxes to the state. If
you go to church and systematical
ly make no contributions to the
church, you are spunging on your
neighbor. If you go to church
hear a fine sermon, sit on a com
fortable bench in a well-heated
room, and close yopr eves in silent
prayer when the contribution-box
passes, you are just a plain dead
beat, aud if you are able to diop a
dollar into the till and you drop in
five cents, you are just one-twen
tieth of the man you ought to be.
Do not be a five cent member of a
church. Of course, if five cents
represents a goodly portion of your
income, then you have done your
duty. /
Anything that is worth having
is worth working for. Things that
are useful can only be secured
through labor. If religion is à
useful thing, it Is worth paying
for.
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The above extracts from
Sunday Memphis Appeal, should j
be read by every member of the j
churches here and next Sunday go
to your cbtirch and pay your
preacher what is justly due him.
Scott County Register,
We, have received a car load of
and Ellwood Field
Will sell at lowest prices.
dec 3-tf COHN BROTHERS,
American
Fence.
, Possibilities Of Our Country.
The possibilities of this section of
our country is far greater than is
known to many. To-day, there are
gardens teeming with crops of nice
vegetables, as in the spring, such as
turnips, cabbage, carrots, beets,let
tuce and onions, while many of the
farms are amply -supplied with an a
(/urarues;
ed supply of nice cane sy rupf made,
aud being made on every farm in
this section, while this is being done
more cane has been saved for plan
ing next year, than ever before. Pe
cans grow well here. Mr. Charles
Lindenmeyer, of our town,' has a
tree, that affords shade aud nuts
having gathered this year 31-2 to 4
bushels of nice upts, for which he
has found ready sale at 15 cents per
pound, netting from this one tree
the sum of $24, Mr. T. J. Dope has
three trees from which he gathered
two barrels.
Mr. Leon Umberger brought to
our office Monday a large nice ripe
banana, taken from a bush planted
by him about two' years ago. It
bore this year a bunch with about
40 bananas on it. Mr. E R. Har
lell, who is not to be outdone by
anyone, has growing in his yard a
pondoroaa lemon tree that is a sight
and a bçauty, it being heavily laden
with very large nearly ripe lemons.
—Gloster Record,
55?
Fisherman Hurdered.
A letter from Mr. A. Schwartz,
who was a passenger on the steam
er Senator Cordill, states that a ne
gro fisherman Robert Kelly, was
murdered at Rodney landing, in
Jefferson county, on Christmas eve.
Kelly had been fishing at the land
ing for fifteen years and had a son
who was cut about the head by the
assassin and one finger cut off.
The son was left for dead, but re
gained consciousness, made his way
, to the landing and reported the
^elniurder to Mr. Schwartz. The boy
j rec0 gnized the assassin and gave
j ^ name t 0 the authorities,
^^j-dgrer robbed the fisherman's
pi ace> turned his pockets inside
The
out and according to the statement
made by the boy made a pretty
good haul.
J l e arn of the murder until they
(touched at Rodney ou the way
The officers of the boat difi not
It i>< believed that the mur
down.
derer is the fiend who killed Robert
F. Reed Tuesday night in this city.
—Natchez Democrat/
Marked For Death.
"Three years ago I was
death. A grave-yard cough was tearing
my lungs to pieces. Doctors failed to help
and hope had fled, when my husband
got Dr. King's New Discovery," says Mrs.
A. C. Williams, of Bac, Ky. "The first
dose helped me and improvement kept on
until I had gained 58 pounds in weight and
my health was fully restored. " This med
icine holds the world's healing record for
coughs and colds and lung and throat dis
eases. It prevents pneumonia Sold un
der guarantee at J. A. Shreve's drug store.
50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
marked for
me
J. L. L. Hood Dead.
J. L- L. Hood, one of the prom
inent citizens of the northwestern
part of the county died last Friday
morning at his home not far from
Utica in the northwestern part of
this county. He catne to his death
unfortunate suicide. Some
as an
time during the night before he
awoke his wife and son in his
agony in an adjoining room. They
rushing in found that he had taken
an over dose of morphine. A phy
sician was called but was unable to
his life He was in Hazle
save
hurst the day before his death and
ciansacted some business. . The act
seems to have been premeditated.
He left some letters for his sisters.
This is the third of this family
that has gone out of this world in
the same manner,
spring some time that one of his
sons committed suicide out near
Dillard, and some years ago an
older son killed himself near his
home. Business reverses is sup
posed to' be the cause of the
tragedy.—Hazlehurst Courier.
It was last
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have yon neglected your Kidneys? Have
you overworked yonr nervous system and
caused trouble with your kidneys and blad
der ? Have you pains in loins, side, back,
groius and bladder ? Have you a flabby ap
pearance of the face, especially under the
eyesb Too frequent a desire to pa&s urine?
If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you,
—at Druggists . Price 50c.
Williams' M'f'g. Co., Props., Cleveland,
O. Sold at Pope's Druff store.
Hr. Record Surprised.
One of the most surprised citizens
in Natchez Christmas was Mr. G.
N. Record, the popular local agent
of the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley
Railroad. Late in the afternoon
Mr. Record was cornered by his
force of employees at the passeu
brook, on theirbefialf, presented^
him an exquisite gold watch case,
mounted with diamonds. The
mayor's words in making the pre
sentation were admirably chosen,
embodying a tribute to the ef
ficiency of the agent, and the es
teem in which b.e is held by those
who serve under him.
Through his blushes, Mr. Re
cord managed to thank the donors
in appropriate words, and assure
them of his appreciation of the
gifts, and the sentiments which in
spired it.^-Natchez Democrat.
HEALTH AND VITALITY
Mott's Nerverine Pills. *
The great iron and tonic restorative for
men and women, produces strength and
vitality, builds up the system and renews
the normal vigor. For sale by druggists
or mail, $1.00 per box, 6 boxes for. $5-oo.
Williams' M'f'g, Co., Props, Cleveland,
O.Sold at Pope's Drug Store.
Southdown Sheep.
Last week Mr. W. C Guthrie re
ceived six Southdown ewes which
he has placed in bis property near'
C. H Academy. These are fine
specimens of this ln< ed of sheep,
and no doubt piotitable returns will
be received f i « «m them, as is the
case with all kinds «f v\eli handled
registered stock.
This lot of sheep is ,n<>ther illus
tration of the appreciation many
of our people have of a^better class
of live stock. It is a matter of only
a few yeais when this county will
contain large numbers of fine hors
ir.ules, cattle, sheep, hogs and
goats, to say nothing of the improv
ed strains of feathered life
es,
ROOERS' LIVERWORT
Tar and Canchalagiia.
For complete cure of Coughs, Colds,
Asthma and Bronchitis and all Lung com
plaints tending to Consumption, Liver
wort, Tar and Wild Cherry, have for
ages maintained an established reputation
standard Cough Remedy. ^ contains
CO opiutp or harmful drug can be given
w,ith safety to children. - Price $1.00 Sold
by druggists.
Williams' M'f'g. Co., Props,, Cleveland,
0 . Sold at Pope's Drug Store.
as a
A DANGEROUS MISTAKE.
Port Gibson Mothers Should Not Ne
glect Kidney Weakness in
Most children have weak kidneys.
The earliest warning is bed wet
ting.
Later comes backache, headache,
languor.
'Tis a mistake to neglect these
troubles.
To blame the child for its own
distress.
Seek to cure the kidneys—
Save the child from deadly kid
ney ills.
Doan's KidneyPills cure sick kid
neys.
Mrs. W. T. Brown, living at 302
Main St.; Natchez, Miss , says:
My son who is now thirteen
years old had kidney and bladder
trouble for years. Almost from
baby-hood he suffered from this
complaint, the principle trouble
being the inability to control the
action of the kidney secretions.
We tried everything we could
thing of in our efforts to cure him,
not helping him in the least. I
was finally advised to try Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured a box and
gave them to him. They relieved
the trouble so much that I kept on
giving him the remedy and after
he had used the contents of three
boxes the trouble stopped and he
has not been bothered since. For
the sake of mothers whose children
may be afflicted in this manner, I
am glad to give my experience with
Doan's Kidney Pills."
* For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents for
the United States.
Remember the name—Doan's—
and take no other.
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POSTED—My plantation against
hunting and other trespassing.
Mrs E. R. Montgomery.
E. S. & J. T. & H. W. M DRAKE
LaWyers,
PORT GIBSON, : MISSISSIPPI
Piactice iu all the Courts of Claiborne and Jef-^
firson Counties, and Federal and Supreme
Courts at Jacksou. Real estate for sale.
J. N. BRASHEAR,
/Attorney -at-LaW,
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
DR. L. A. SMITH,
Dentist,
Attorr\ey-at- LiaW,
Careful attention given to business.;
M. M. SATTERFIELD,
Attorney at Law,
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
Witt practice in the Courts of this and ad' sm
ug Counties.
DR. R. A. MELVIN,
Dentist
Office over Mississippi National Bank
JPhone 276
Mince Meat,
Cranberries,
Freits, Celery
Gauliflower, Fresh Tomatoes
Everything good for Christ
mas at Chung Kee & Co's.
Send in yonr or
You can't get things
cheap anywhere else. Ev
erything in groceries at the
grocery,
ders.
as
VERY LOWEST PRICE
Phone 53.
KILLthc couch
and CURE THE LUWCS
Dr, King's
New Discovery
WITH
FOR Colds 8 Ä
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROU BLES.
GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
to get the start of the weeevil, and
use Blounts.
PLOW EARLY
True Blue Plows
and remember that when you order from us, True Blue Plows or
parts, you will get the genuine Blount Goods.
They will not be "Our Blue, Blue Jay, Blue Bell, Blue Bird,
Blue Beard, Blue Grass, Blue Ribbon," or any other of the numer
ous ' 4 fake" Bides on the market.
Jt takes more than a coat of Blue paint, to make a True Blue
Plow, and there is as much difference between the True Blue and
its imitators, as between a good Dollar and a counterfeit.
Schwartz & Stewarts,
Natchez, Miss.
Agents for Planet Jr., Cultivators, One Seed Cotton Planters,
Daltax Stalk Cutters, Distributors ot Ellwood Fence.
Selling Out!
At About HALF PRICE.
We are going to close out our business at Herman
ville and offer our goods and store fixtures there at a
GREAT SACRIFICE.
Take ad
This is your chance to get cheap goods,
vantage of it at once. « . *
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TRANSFER MONEY
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LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE
FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANA8ER
ÜÜH3ERLAHD TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH 00.
INCORPORATED
C. A. Goepel's Jewelry Store
will be found to contain a handsome line of the
NEWEST THINGS IN
Jewelry, Gut Glass, Ete.
jJjEWELRY
■{repairin'*
Especially is your atten
tion directed to my re
pair department,
is my specialty, and my
work is guaranteed.
Call and see me.
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C. A. GOEPEL.
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Jewelry Store.

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