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PORT GIBSON. CLAIBORNE CO..
s . Thursday, dec. ic, 1915.
. Il-Efllllinti FEB. I ItTli
«•TAELIEMID 1»«0
•(••«MT1HUVO 1BS1
(I SERIES.—V O L. XXXIX, NO 39
N*,
' ^Am Just in Receipt of the Following
New Goods
Stuffed Dates
California Figs
Crystalized Cherries
Crystalized Pineapple
Horse Radish (Prepared)
Mince Meat
Evap. Peaches 1
Shred. Cocoanut
Mints
Saratoga Chips
Ripe Olives
Olive Relish
Almonds
English Walnuts
Blanched Nuts
Oyster Cocktail Sauce
Cranberry Sauce
Sterilized Wheat Bran
Olives
Dates
Norris Candy
Chili Sauce
T. C. and F, C. Peaches
Tiny Batts
Paalad Apricots
Royal Anne Cherries
Little Rental Sugar Corn
XXX Silted S. W. Peas
Lima and Stringless Beans
RTkita Asparagus Tips
Raney Red Salmon
Frash Marshmallows
McLaran'a Cheese
Brick Cheese
fine Apple Cheese
Boned Chicken
Fancy Bvaported Apples
Ml Rising Buckwheat
Sweet and Mixed Pickles
Sour and Dill Pickles
Bxtra Fancy Fat Mackerel
Yellow & Green Split Peas
Batavia Pure Coffee
Silver Imp. & Cal. Prunes
White and Cal. Figs
AND MANY OTHER GOOD
THINGS
C. E. Morris
Port Gibson.
Fruit Cake, 30c. lb
Butter-Made Cate, 10c. lb
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Celery
Oysters
Fruits
Nuts
Confections*
Cranberries
Fire Works
EVERYTHING FOR CHRISTMAS
J
P. H. TRAILER'S CONFECTIONERY.
White House Cafe
JUST OPENED
In Kaufman Building, Opposite Postoffice
All the delicacies of the season. Excellent place to get a
good, cheap lunch. Lunches sent out to residence.
Special attention to ladies
Jirtn sol ill sthirs ittioling Court espicisllf invited.
LEON PËNNISI, Prop.
Young Men!
fHFTRE AFTER THE TRAINED MAN HI
CAN YOU FILL THE BILL?
If you can Big Business MEN WANT YOU I
They NEED YOU!
They DEMAND YOU
Look all around you at the young people just
drifting— making a living, and that's all I!
But that s not all for you I
Let Us Teach You How to Get a Better Salary
WRITE TODAY I
Southern Business College
V 1 GKSBURQ. MISS.
I
HEALTH REPORT.
Interesting Data Famished the Beard
of Supervisors by County
Health Officer.
Board of Supervisors of Claiborne
County, Miss.:
Gentlemen—I beg to submit (be
following oarative report showing
my activity as County Health Of*
ficer for the mouth of November.
First, I want to say that the
general health of the county is
good. There are eleven pbysicans
in the county, oioe white and two
colored, all of whom bave sent me
promptly their monthly reports,
showing the following reportable
diseases: Typhoid fever, one case;
malarial fever, one hundred and
twenty cases; measles, one case;
whooping cough, seven cases;
diphtheria, two cases; amoebic
dysentery, sixteen cases; pellagra,
three cases; caocer, four cases;
tuberculosis, three cases; pneu
monia, four cases.
The vital statistic report for the
five registration districts shows
births twenty one, deaths eleven.
District i.— Dr. J. V. May,
Registrar, oirtbs 4, deaths 3.
District a—Dr. N. A. Guice,
Registrar, births a, deaths 3
District 3—Mr. F. A. Peyton,
Registrar, births 5, deaths 3.
District 4—Dr. A. L. Chapman,
Registrar, births 4, deaths 3.
District 5—Dr. £. D. Barron,
Registrar, births 5, deaths 1.
The sanitary condition of the
county is 'fair', each month show*
ing some improvement. All of
tha places in the ceunty where
foodstufia are bandied for sale are
more or less effectively screened.
The butchersbops and slaughter
houses are gradually being brought
up to the requirements of the State
Board of Health. The hotels and
restaurants ^except one restaurant j
l
bringing these placet up to the
proper standard; aod the five dai*
ries of the county are making an
earnest effort to see that their pro
ducts'meet with the State Board
of Health requirements.
The county poor bouse, under
the efficient management of Mrs.
Moore, is in good condition and
its inmates are well.
The county farm, under the
management of Mr. Sam Trim,
shows improvement, and 1 find
that the canvicts are in good
health.
The county cour» house and jail,
iu charge of our excellent sheriff,
are kept sanitary,hut I wish to rec
ommend to your honorable body
the following changes: First, that
the cell which is now painted black
be painted white, and second, that
the quilts now in uie be replaced
by blankets (Paragraphs a and 4
for jails, Rules and Regularions of
Mississippi State Board Health).
I also recommend that you re
quest the county attorney to look
into the question of the "bone
yard" or dumping ground,
mile west of Port Gibson, where
dead animals are hauled and left
to be eaten by dogs and buzzards.
one
Large Stock of Xmas Goods
NOW ON DISPLAY
are
J.
Tie Clasps
Photo Frames
Jewel Boxes
Clocks
Cut Glass
Sterling Silver
Silver Plated Ware
Sterling Silver Friendship
Links
French Ivory Mirrors,Brushes
Signet and Fancy Rings
Gold and Silver Novelties
Cigarette Cases
Match Boxes!
Scarf Pins
Watch Fobs
Traveling Sets
Military Sets
Diamond La Vallieres
Diamond Brooches
Cameo Brooches and Pins
Bracelet Watches
Necklaces and Lockets
Silver Mesh Bags
Vanity Cases
Coin Cases
Toilet Articles
I
Mail Orders Receive Our Prompt Attention.
W. J. MANNS, Jeweler
Port Gibson. Miss.
Phone No, I
CO..
s .
Thi3 is a source whereby disease
is spread among the stock aod
possibly to the human race. These
carcasses should be burned or
buried.
j
Two cases of diphtheria were
reported to me atiogleside. These
! promptly visited aod qnaran*
tiaed; bad two children immunized
and have sue*
who were expos«
cessfully stamped out the diseâse.
I have visited 18 schools during
the month of November aod have
delivered short talks to the chil
dren an sanitation, bigieoe and
preventive measures; taking up
the individual drinking cup, care
of mouth aod tee
malaria) fever,
pellagra, giving their causes, modes
of conveyance anynethoda of pre
ventioo.
ho id fever,
ilosis aod
I cannot imprests ou you too
forcibly the impo
work of educatio gibe children of
the public sebooi^oo the subject
of hygiene, sanitation aod preven
tive measures. It is for us to give
of the great
to this coming geieration the op
portunities we heked—a knowl
edge of protect!^ agaiost disease.
When I tell y«u that more peo*
Claiborne
pie die in
year from pretent able diseases
tnau those that can not be pre
vented, I am suf; that all parents
will awaken to tie need of instruc
tion along tbe^ iines, knowing
wbat the result sill be—stronger,
more capable mp and women.
1 wish to expibss my apprecia
tion of the effort of the present
board to aid tnej gad to ask the
incoming board' \o lend me its
earnest help in |e fnture.
Yoursvery truly,
a. lJchapman,
CountyHealth Officer.
county each
A negro wael
night in the e
county near Rodney while attemp
tiog to kill Sheriff Montgomery of
Lincoln county who was endeav
oring to arrest bin.
The negro bad been, sentenced
to bang at Brockhaven two years
ago, but escapedjail and had beeo
at large since, fcecently officers in
Fayette located tim, and »u notified
the Lincoln sheriff, who came alter
him last oigbtj thinking ke was
in Jefferson coufity.
to death last
of Claiborne
COUNTY NEWS.
Interesting Letters from Different
Sections ef the County, Written
by Qnr Regular Cor*
respondents.
ftcrtiianvUlc
Mesdames G. W. Pndley and
Warner spent several days tn Jack
son last week.
Mr. T. R Jones of the A. & M.
is visiting his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. E P. Jones
Miss Elizabeth Bisland spent the
week end with her parents in
Natchez.
or
Mesdames W. P. Gordon and
Beldlng were visitors to the capital
city last week.
Mr. Lucien Lloyd of Edwards is
visiting his parents here.
Rev. J. W. Price and family of
Benton have moved into the par
sonage. Bro. Price is the new
Methodist minister for the coming
year.
Mr. Tom Bailess of Baton Rouge
visited his family here Sunday.
Mrs. R. L. Montgomery spent
the week end in Natchez with her
husband.
Mr. D. A. Davis was a visitor to
Reganton Snnday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bridger Segrest of
Hervey were pleasant visitors of
Mr. C. N. Bridger and family on]
Friday.
Mrs. S. N. Pierce left Sunday
for Jackson, where she will visit
relatives.'.
Mr. M. «Abraham was a business
visitor to Natchez Monday, |
Kcganton
Miss Lucy Crawford returned
home last week after having spent
a fortnight with relatives !n Vicks«
burg.
Mr. J. M. Crawford made a busi
ness trip to Albany last week.
Misses Annie May Holiday and
Rnby Page of Learned visited in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. X. E.
Wllkerson last week end.
Miss Virginia Scott, an attract
ive yonng lady of Utica, spent the
week end with Misses Helen and
Annie Brown of Cayuga.
Miss Adele Fisher entertained a
few friends in her lovely home at
Cayuga recently.
Mrs. T. M. Luster left last week
for Natchez to visit her daughter,
Mrs C. H. Nettervllle.
Mt. and Mrs. J. B. Foster are*
welcoming a wee
their
A,
iilto
EL iÈfési
and Miss M
Misa Peart i
Saturday.
at Utica last
(Continued on and Pag«)
Dr. L. Anderson.
This community was shocked
Friday to leara of the sudden death
at his borne in Jackson of Dr.
Lomax Anderson, so long a resi
dence of Port Gibson. He bad
retired the night before suffering
from a slight attack of lagrippe.
The following morning he was
found in an unconscious condition
and soon passed away.
Dr. Anderson was born in Mo
bile 71 years avo. He served
bravely as a Confederate soldier,
aod it was while iu this capacity
that be came to this county and
met bis wife, formerly Miss Buck
a niece of «he famous Con
ncr,
federate general.
Dr. Anderson leaves his wife,
two daughters and two sons, one
of the latter being Mr. Robert B.
Anderson, a prominem attorney of
Port. Gibson.
The remains were brought here
Saturday aod laid to rest in Green
wood cemetery where sleep two
of the sons of the deceased.
is
of
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PAY YOUR ACCOUNTS
BY CHECK
e
Deposit with*a|Guaranteed'Bank. Our Deposits Guar
anteed by the Bank Depositors Guaranty Fund
of the State of Mississippi.
Certificate No. 81,
Dated January 20th, 1915
Open a Checking Account with
Mail as well as in person.
Mississippi Southern Bank
Port Gibson, Miss.,
Depository State of Mississippi.
us. Yon can BaHk by
8IDNEV BRRNHRXMER, President
J. M. TAYLOR, Vice President-Manager
J. B. ALLEN, Active Vic« Présidant
GEORGE T. WAÎ.NB, Cashier
G. W. WHEELESS, President
B. H. MAGRUDER, Cashier!
W. C. GUTHRIE, Vick Prest.IS
R. G.SHASTINGS,- Ass't Cashier
PORT GIBSON BANK
OF PORT.GIBSON, MISS.
Capital $50,000.00
Surplus $15,000.00
TOWN AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
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