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BOARD OP ALDERMEN.
> iContimaed (ram ad Pag«) Tbe school trustees reported as follows: I I $ 8n 171 to Port Gibeon, M1 m., July 5,1915. To the Honorable Board of Mayor and Alder men, Port Gibaon, Miaa. Gentlemen:—The Beard of Traatece lor Port | Gibaoti Public School* submit» below report for [ ae«sion of I9I4*'I3, alio estimated need* for 1913- ' »1«. KKCKIPTS. Cash an hand July t, 1914. Part payment oil piauo. Cil» t.xe» . County polls. Tuition County pnpila.. State Distribution.... . I JO* *631 II 430 ol *4 S3 1961 os I3148 7* I5069 89 51« 94 Total . Leas disbursements aa below.. Cash on hand July 1, 1913 .... DISBURSEMENTS $ 795 95 Sat. Need 1913-'!* Prorata ealary Supt. Ed.| 47 61 $ 47 61 Teachers' salaries.. School No. I 1 6m 00 14S5 oe Repairs .... Incidentals Fuel. as 70 is 31 47 i* 35 •• 4a 00 30 ao Totals. School No. a Prorata »alary Supt. Rd Teacher»' salaries. Kapair*. Incidentals.. Fuel ...*.. Janitor.. 9174*00 $165761 .$ *ooe I *0 00 . 3»*a m >89« 00 . 8* as iij oc . **51 65 00 . 47 16 50 00 .... 108 ea is8 00 Tout. ToUl for both scheele $34*7 94 13*98 eo .$5(74 94 $4935 61 We have employed the following teachers to •erve tbe schools for the session of ifis-'t6 et the salaries set opposite their respective names: School No. z Par Month A. M. Addison,Principal .955 °o .*7 5« .*7 50 .47 50 . »7 50 B. L. Graea M. R. McLeod. A-J- Rice.. U J. Richsrdsoa... School No. s Mrs, Annie B. Saaders, Pnneipal Miss Mary Nataaan . Miss Rlla Brown .. Miss M. Naild. Mia. J. N. Brashesr,. Both schools sra making good progress, and (n ao far as that part of the work is coaceraed, th* Board of Trustees hare nothing to complain of, Wa thsak yon for the aid yon hart roadarad US in handling these iastitations, aad wears, R especially, N. L. HACKRTT, Praaidant. T. H. FRRRLAND, WM. HERLITZ. R K. BRAZANÜ, M. H. ROGNR8, Baa rotary. which report was, on motion, re ceived and filed and ordered spread on the minutes. ft u* » 5* °* ..... 30 so •»m ••• 30 oe .<e eo of the Mr. H. D. Brownlee, Supt., re ported as follows: W« have spent on the repairs at the plant $2124.68 and will ba able to put the two horizontal tubular boilers into service by the last ot this week. I would recommend to the Board tbat they purchase a motor driven |]r compressor to pptnp the water frotq well «nd a motor driven cen trifugal pqrap t* elevate it from reset vqjr to totter. These unjls yyill e«fh}f «9 to dis|i(hqiç th* lQ*d throughout the twenty fou» h*»nre and wi|l elimi nate *11 hfeam qse egorpting for , th? engines 4> ving th® dynam >* ^ At pitsent we are operating lot a ft* hunts da I), i o H P. L pt n.p* thr rffi. O ncy of pump* h< ing much lower than that of tbe engines which will d>> pumping with the motor driven units, the Iftiçr are nibnibg now ft very much lesa lieu their enpaetty and the motor driven pump* will there for* not inert«?* Ihc cost *f oper ation In proportion to the percent of load they will be. The** two pomps can be par ch# -rd I t $1275 delivered here. Respect fgl)y ( - F X) BROWNLEE, Supt. which on motion »*• received ana filed, The following hills were Rilewed and narrant* issued therefor: on in are Hon 0 to 6 ty fully the me ing day L. A. Smith, «»yei. Port Gibton B«ak, rest. . . . . ... 9 »7 S'» . . 1» 30 A. A. Maddox, »alary ao* here# reat .. 750» . . 3» «0 . . 4* eo j*> C. H. PkilUps, »alary .... T. M. Rea, salary. T. T. Bailey, aalary .... C. R. Wbartoa, aalary . . q. Grçthfj*. «f tffT . . , Î,. «. «hie*, wiinr .... Ç. 4- Qordon, »alary . J. M Jone», «al«rvi£*fl Mi*» H- 8. Gordon, root . . . J. I,. Brown, w|b 4!*Z eloefc . H. A. Merackalk. aalary . . . T. V. Rnah, aalary. Gilman Killian, sprinkling . Aloneo Ward, »alary. loom Somers, same. 5 00 - Jég • : 3 me and and A. of 3-2£. of said I 2 * • t : • 5 v> I •« ■ t • • 5 5 09 $ w . . . « 58 . . . ie eo . . . xz >9 ... *0 #3 ... zy 00 . . . 18 00 ... zoo 00 . . . 45 00 • • . 55 00 . . . 4» *° ft* / H. D. Brownlee, »alary. H. B. Dickey, »alary. G. L Thurman, Ml«ry ....... Randall Watkina, *• . Thoa Jackson, " . W. W. end «. L. Pleat, arte, fff ••»,.. «I W*t«r ipri.fclm* . 33 5Ç . ..... a«6 14 I» 00 Souther» Coal Co.,a«al Woodward Wirkt Co , cament Piter « Stowel Co., aundTiea . Crane St Co., eandriea postal Telegraph Çq . T. B. Halm, work . , . H. O. Brownlee, stewpe. etc Claiborne Hardware Ce., aeedriea .... 4s 54 Curab. Tel. Co., phonea. T. M. Rea,anndriea. Reveille, proceeding».. . Levi Jackaon, work . . . A. A. Maddox, imp»uudiuf .... T. H. Freeland, police. H. B. Smith, police . . .. C. H. Phillipe, «aahlifht batter . . . Pope prur Co.,*oadriea. J. 4. Shreve, aundriea. Morris St Wataoa, »and rie» . Oscar Party, post* . S. Bernbeitner & Sons, eats, etc .... . 13 75 Dr. T. T. Bailey, treatment R. Kflfr R, C. Cordell, lafeor The Board then «dj •tuned. TH03 M. RBA. Çlerk. 8 00 * 5* t • t 9 6* » *1 » * • » « • f H 55 s 91 • 3* 4 35 X3 5* z co a 00 t «6 sell est ot sale the L* «be said this • • ! <? - . 3 *5 . . X 50 I 55 80 » «9 / CASTOR IA Wot Infants and CMMw ft , Um KM Vn Hin Always Iraght the I Fermer Port Gtbsonians* Dome* tic Trouble*. Vicksburg, Miss., Iulj7.—Mrs. Mamie Nosser, a very pretty worn ao, and her little daughter, Annie Lee N'>9s*-r, were both placed in jail today as 'he in'», b-r clung to I her child, scream, n •iif won d uoi gtVr h* r up. I Both will I.» h^-d peudi ■ « hah*-«? 171 corpus pr c - d. x S* ur Uv m-ik, which hgv- <. t- I a-ik-d I if y he husband, George N r Acc >rdi ig u the hu » and 'tbe coi.ple were m irrie 5 came to this coun.ry, i.c<r-d i» Port Gibsoo, and lived peaceably there until several years ago when they removed t* Shreveport. There, so toe man avers, tbe woman became engaged in tbe whiskey selling business. Several times she was arrested, and each time the man took tbe blame. On several occasions, in fact, viction followed his confession of guilt and be went to the county convict farm. Finally this be came intolerable and be told bis wife that he would leave ber an less she quit selling liquor. Get ting no satisfaction, Nosser came to Vicksburg and has been here several months. Tbe little girl will be well cared for while sh* is detained in jail. Accommodations will a's.i he pro vided tbe raotber if she insists on remaining with the daughter | [ ' that ti Syria 1 1 con Children Cry Fit FLETCHtrS CASTOR I A FRESH BUL» S of ail kinds jnst come in. Cut Flowers and Designs the year round. Write me for any thing yon need in the flower line. Prompt attention given all orders. MRS E. BIRDSONG, (Successor to W. H. Wright) 202 North Monroe St., Vicksburg Telephone 743 State of Mississippi, Claiborne County. To Mrs. Phoebe E. Belding: You are commanded tp appear before tfie Chancery Court of the County of Claiborne, in said stale, on the second Monday in August, 1915. at Rules, to defend the suit in said Conrt of tbe State Board of Bank Rxaminefs et ç] wherein yon are 4 defendant. This 25th day of June A. D. 19I5 } 8. «. mqrrubad, Chancery Çlerk. Hon S H Bagnell, Shci'ff of Claiborne County, P.-r- G'i>M>n, Mi c s. 0 a- S «: Tin * C T tu n«l Revenue Licenses have been issued to your (Claihnrne) County in the 6 tponths ending Jnly~ iûig: iïo U- S. Internal Revenue LI cense bas been issued to v«ur conn ty in six months ending July jst, 1915 I hereby ceuify tbat I have care fully examined the record of the Collector of Internal Revenne and the above is complete and correct Yours yçry truly, 13AM R. JONJSS. Sworn to and subscribed before me this First day of July, IQ13. J B. MOSLEY. Notary Pnhlic, As required by law tbe forego ing is pjhlished. Witness my hand this the 3*d day of July, 1915 S H BAGNKLL, Sheriff of Claiborne Co., Miss. j*> 8-3 Trustee's Sale. By virtue of the power vested in me by that certain deed of trust executed by Willliara Blackburn and Florence Blackburn, his wife, and Arch Blackburn and Annie Blackburn, his wife, on April 16th. A. D. 1912, to the undersigned as trustee to secure an indebtedness therein mentioned, due to the Mis sissippl Southern Bank, said deed of trust being recorded in book 3-2£. page deeds of sippi, and here referred to; default having been made in the payment of the iudedtednesa secured by said deed of trust and the Missis sippi Southern Bauk having re quested me to foreclose tbe same, I will on et e 134 of the record of trnst Çiaifiorne Çounty, Missis Monday, August and, A. D. 1915, sell at public auction to the high est bidder for cash at the front door ot the court house of Claiborne County, Mississippi, ' within the horns prescribed by law for tbe sale of real estate under execution the following described real estate. situate, lying and being in Clai borne County, Mississippi, to wit \ L* t (j) five of-Square (61 six of «be Original Town of Port Gitwo Mississippi, and Lot (3) five of Square (5) of the Suburb of St. Mary in the Town of Fort Gibson, Mississippi. This sale will be made to satisfy said indebtedness and tbe cost of this foreclosure. This 5 th day of July, A. D. *915 J. T. DRAKE, Trustee. I time«» NEIL CALLAHAN WILLIAM MCLEAN The Vicksbure Boiler & Iron Works Boiler Tubes Q V C . 1 FT* 1 O m Pipe JZ ' Q. ^v3T iv «£ Valves 0 ) if) 0 (D § K 1 o £ z and Fittings Ail û Sizes Complete ^toek •0/! C o WT 4 Jfi H* -J V iit-j iàtàüiiât MANUFACTURERS OF Boilers, Smokestacks, Breechings and Tanks Marine and Plantation Work a Specialty. First Class Mechanics Sent Out on Repair Work _ VICKSBURG. MISS. - . _ Admlnistrator's Sale. By virtue of the power vested in me by decree of the Claiborne County, Mississippi Chancery Court rendered on the zath day of May, A. D. 2.590 on the General Docket there of, styled Est. Jessie M. Clark, Dec'd., I will on rtMday, Th* and Day of August, A. D. 1915. sell, at public auction, to the high est bidder for cash at the front door of the Court House of said county withiu the hours prescribed by law for sales under execution, all of the real and personal property of said estate, which is more par ticularly described as follows: ist. All of the uncollected notes, accounts and choses in action, and all equity of redemption in all notes, accounts and choses in action, and all certificates of stock, and all iqtiiiv or redemption in and to cer tificates ot stock, which we:e pled ged by said decedent prior to her death; all belonging to said estate; a full list of which is found in report filed by said administrator in the papers in said cause on the 4th Feby, 1915, and in a supple mental report therein filed on the 3rd day of July, 1915, which said reports are here referred to for a more full and particular description of said personal property. and. All of tbe equity of redemp tion of said decedent in and to the following lauds, all lying in Clai borne County, Mississippi, except where otherwise stated, towit; That certain tract known as the Brown place, being 140 acres, more or less in Bec. 7, T u, R 4. B-, fnljy described in deed recorded in deed Book 3-v. page 232 of the deed records of said county. Also the lands allotted to said decedent in the partition of tbe real estate of her father, being (a), that certain tract known as thr Claik tract, containing 35 acres in section 7, T. il, R. 4/E., except such parts thereof as were sold by decadent jn her lifetime, as shown by the public records of said coun ty. (b) That certain tract known as the Walters place, being 100 acres in Sec 7, T. 11, R 4, E-, (c) That certain tract known as the Holder place, being 380 acres in Secs. 27 and 28, T 10, R. 4 E (d) That certain tract in Copiah Qounty, Mississippi, known as the Beauregard Thomas tract. * Said four last named tracts are fully described in the final decree in said partition suit, which said partition decree is recorded in Book 3-V, pages 778 et seq., which is here referred to for more particular des criptiou of said fonr tracts. All sales will be made subject to tbe encumbrances on property sold T. F. CLARK Admr. Est. Jessie M. Çlark, Dec'd iiys-i i$i5* I" canse No. a Trustee's Sale. By virtue of the power vested in me by that certain trnst deed ex eented Jany. ist. 1891 by Wallace Thomas and Ann Thomas, to cure a debt therein described to Sophronla J. Frost, which trust deed is of record in Book 3 F. pages 334 et seq , of the deed records of Claiborne County, Mississippi, and of the various renewals thereof of repord respectively in Book 3 I pages 665 and 666, and endorsed upon tbe margin of the record thereof, and in book 3 J. page 165 ; which are here referred to, default having been made in the payment of said indebtedness, I will on Monday Tbe Second Day Ol August A. D. 1915, sell, at the front door of the Court House of said county, at public auction, to tbe highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for sales under execution, the following land lying iu said county, towit: all of the interest of said Ann and Wallace Thomas in that certain tract of land known the Ann Maore place deeded to Ann Moore hy W. McD. Sims by deed recorded In Book N. N-, page 174 et seq., of the deed records of saio county, which said deed, and the trust deed ahove referred to, are here referred to lor a more partic ular description; a full description hy metes, bounds, and section numbers being given in both of said instruments: also all other lands tn said county in which said Ann and Wallace Thomas then had any interest whatever. H. C. MOUNGER, Trustee. se as A Postal Brings This Book .'S. 9 It is free—it tells how you can hava local and long distance telephone ser vice in your home at very small cost Send for it today, phone Manager, or FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Write nearest Bell Tcle Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. BOX 120 , VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI. — KNOW THY COUNTRY Ill—Telegraph and Telephone Our transportation facilities are the most perfect product of this great oom mercial age and the telegraph and tel «phone systems of this nation crown the industrial achievements of th« whole world. These twin messengers^ of modem civilization, horn in the skies, stand today the most faithful and efficient public aervanta that aver toiled for the human race. They are of American nativity aad while warm from the mind of the in ventive genius have, under American supervision, spun a aet-work of wires across th* earth aad under the seas, Telegraphy, In its early youth, mas tered the known world and the tele phone has already conquered the earth's surface, and law stands at the seashore ready to leap across the ocean. No industry In the history ef the world has ever made such rapid strides In development and usefulness, and none has ever exerted a more powerful Influence upon the civilization of Its day than the Telegraph and Telephone. Their achievement demonstrate* the supremacy of two distinct types ef American genius—Inventlen and organ ization. The Industry was peculiarly fortun ate in having powerful Inventive Intel lect at its source and tremendous minds to_direct Us organisation and growth. It is the most perfect fruit of the tree of American industry and when compared with its European con temporaries, it thrills every patriotic American with pride. • Ambitious youth can fad no more In FOR SALE $2» $3 and $4 THE BUSHEL McCorkle Improved Seed Corn —BY j!l-6m PORT GIBSON, 7UÏISS. I am agent tor tbe following periodicals : Saturday Evening Post Ladies' Home Journal Cosmopolitan New Orleans Picayune Memphis Commençai- Appeal Memphis Mews-Scimitar Jackson News. C. M. HOWARD. FOR SALE—Swei iivered.H milk, de Mrs. H. H. Crialer, splriag company than th* fellowship of the giant intellects that constructed this marvelous industry and a journey along the pathway of Its development, illuminated at every mile-post of its progress by the lightning-flashes of brilliant minds, will be taken at * very early date. A brief statistical review a( tk* ln dustry brings out Its growth and mag> nltnde In a most convincing and un f*rgetable manner, The telephone servie* of the United States is the most popular and efficient and its rates are the cheapest of the telephone systems of the world, We are the greatest talkers an earth, w# send 60 per cent of our eotnmunl over the telephone. The world ^ About 16f « 00 ,ooo telephones and of this number the United States h*s ap proximately 9,540,000. Europe 4.020,00« and other countries 1 , 200 . 000 . Accord ing to the latest world telephone cen sus, the total telephone Investment la 11.906.000. 000 and of this amount $L 091,600,000 was credited to thwUnlted States, $636,009,000 In Europe aad $179,009,900 In other efuntiias. Th* annual telephone conversations total 24.990.000. 000 divided as follows: Unit ed States 11,600,000,000; Europe 6,990, 909,909, and ether countries M00,090^ 000. The total world wire telephone mileage is 23,262,000 miles divided a* follows: United States 20,24$,009, ■*. rope 19,336,000, and other eonntrle* 2.679.000. About sin per eent of the world's population and slxty-oa« per cent of the telephone wire mile age la in the United State*. Cut Flowers Plants Design Work Belgian Hares (White, Grey aad Brown) HRS. C. B. DOCHTERMAN VICKSBURG, fit* S$io 8. Wwttlagten fi I County WANTS Home-Seekers Fine Lands Produce Almost Anything Luxuriant Native Grass** Ideal for Live Stock Mild Climat* Eradicating Cattle Tick* Fine Roads e Law-Abiding Citizens No Factions Low Rate of Taxation Annual County Fair 8 Months Graded Schools Good Churches £ I 1 t PORT GIBSON \ Population 2252 « Water and Light Plant Ice Factory Oil Mill Two Banks Male and Female Colleges (No Better in the State)» Graded Public School Unusually Good Churches No Saloons 4