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Jefferson and Claiborne Autos.
The rich folk of Claiborne coun ty possess 64 automobiles. They are divided between Fords and the other kinds. Thirty eight are Fords, the other kinds are as fol lows: Oakland 5, Studebaker 5, Dodge 4, Overland 3, E. M. F. 2, Buick i, Chevrolet i, Briscoe 1, Chalmers i t Natloual 1, Brush 1, Saxon i. Tetterson county has 41 cars, 24 of which are Ford, 4 Overland, 3 Dodge, 2 Chevrolet, 3 Buick, 2 Brush, i Oakland, 1 Maxwell, 1 Hudson. L. B. Allen of Port Gibson sold 40 of the Claiborne and 20 of the Jefferson cars. Trying to Prevent Change. A petition is being circulated for the purpose of asking the rail road commission to compel the Y. & M. V. railroad to retain the sta The road had de tion at Myles, dared its intention to remove the station to Insmore. The petition recites that the res idents of the Myles neighborhood are between two large streams of water, neither of which are bridged, and the only outlet they bave dur ing freshets is by rati. The peti tion bas a number of signatures. Buys Small Place. David W. Clark of Port Gibson has purchased of C. A. Gordon 160 acres of land near Gordon sta tion, paying $2400 for it. property is a part of the Gordon plantation. It is rented now by Mr. More.ana,a Missourian,who is experimenting-with a view of buy ing in this section. The Avoid Spring Cold Sudden changes, high winds, shifting seasons cause colds and grippe, and these spring colds are annoying and dangerous and are likely to turn into a chronic sum mer cough. In such cases take a treat ment of Dr. King's New Discovery, a pleasant Laxative Tar Syrup. It soothes the cough, checks the cold and helps break up an attack of grippe. Its already pre pared, no mixing or fussing. Just ask your druggist for a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery. Tested and tried fer over 40 years. I have opened a mil linery in the Jalenak old stand. Everything new and up-to-date. I cordially invite you to call around and look at my hats. Mrs. G. C. Little. CASTOR IA » For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of By virtue of the provisions of a certain deed of trust executed on the 13th day of May, 1911, by James Gaines and Robert Gaines certain indebtednss therein named which deed of trust is recorded In the Chancery Clerk's office of Claiborne County, State of Mississippi, in book 53, page 67 and default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness thereby secured, and the under signed having been appointed sub stituted trustee under the provis ions of said deed of trust, and at the request of the holder and own er of said indebtedness, I will, on the to secure 24th Day of June, 1916, proceed to sell in the Town of Port Gibson in front of the Court House door of Claiborne County, State of Mississippi, withtn legal hours, at public auction to the highest bid der for cash, the following des cribed lands situated in Claiborne County, State of Mississippi, to wit: 40 acres of land in the North end of N E % Sec. 14. T. 10, R. 4 Hast, said land bounded on the N«»nb bv lands of A. D. Ragsdale, the East by lands of Giliis Ttir on the South by lands of Ed. on ner, Segrist and C C. Nesmith, and on the West by lands of Estate of Sam Nesmith. BEN RUSH, Substituted Trustee. j* 4 Petition for Pardon. To the Honorable Board of Par dons and His Excellency Gov ernor Theodore G. Bilbo: We the undersigned citizens and legal voters of Claiborne County, Mississippi, do hereby earnestly petition you to pardon Walter B Luster who is serving a ten year sentence In the penitentiary for manslaughter, having been con victed at the June term of Circuit Court, 1914, i» county and state for the homicide of Thomas Drake on Nov. 5th, 1913. feel satisfied that the prisoner acted jn self defense and having served two years the ends of justice have been met. We Yours respectfully, N. E. Ross, O. F. White, O. P. White, J. M. Crawford, C. K. Leighton, and others. jei-4 CHICAGO - THE SUMMER RESORT -, * -OJLUÏ»ïg! J| I flgguft l liiim •» fi—H i;§| TTlT ♦ - * ~ » » r » or Peee; lacoaw 1 * f _« * r -1 i s ■B - 3 . * .»• s ta __ Chicago'e New $4,000,000 Municipal Recreation and L kc Traffic Pier ^ * ? 3 •> Chicago-the City Well Worth Seeing If has no rival In its wonderful combination of vast and varied metropolitan features with the allurements of nature in its lake front and in its comprehensive park system, suburban districts and outlying environment Sight-Seeing Days Are Made Comfortable by Climatic Conditions Its Famous "Loop District" Is Absorbing With its canyoniike avenues of skyscrapers and other features Its Amusement Features Are Many Theaters, amuse^e..i parks, movies, band concerts and two major league baseball clubs. It Is a Sea Shore City With beaches and water-line horizon the same as at an Atlantic resort. It Has Many Fine Bathing Beaches Scattered along the shore of the residential district—they are extensively used. Its Parks and Boulevards Are Beautiful They Include three extensive groups and a large nnmber of community parks and playgrounds. « Its Municipal Pier Is a Playground Supplementing the parks for the ont-of-doors life, and for recreation and gatherings. It Has Great Facilities for the Golfer There being fine courses in the parks and many In connection with country clubs. It Has Unsurpassed Opportunities for Automobiling In its parks and over connecting boulevards, and to the adjacent country. It Is the Leading Port for Various Lake Trips From local excursions to a tour of the chain of great lakes. Chicago Is Best Reached by the Efficient Train Service of the ILLINOIS CENTRAL from New Orleans, Jacksonville, Birmingham, Memphis, St. I/rais and other Southern Gateways ^. XC Trr* on - ^Tr^ets to Chicago and points beyond in the North, East and West, and specific information as to train schedules can be obtained from agent9 the Illinois Central and connecting lines. Send to the undersigned for a free copy of the beautiful illustrated booklet entitled. "Chicago for the Tourist, issued by the Illinois Central Railroad Co. to supplement the above meager suggestions as to why Chicago is more than worth a visit during the summer months. of W. E. DAUGHERTY, Local Agent S. G. HATCH, Pass. Traffic Mgr. H. J. PHELPS, Gen'l Pass. Âgt, CHICAGO, ILL. G. H. BOWER, Gen'l Pass. Agt., MEMPHIS, TENN. A Timely Story of the Mexican Border Troubles! Afoul of Villas Men 9 f m ' v 1 * m mi ; mm mm < SKI mi $3 .ÿ,y mi ■" igg :|:S: ' I m>;À 555 -, mmm. 1 im. », ■ >-. Wm.. I M . s mW $vi '''■'•Xv.v:* i. / * , - 5555555 : mm ■ m m - X *»i ■"< . ■■ • t $ it M V ma mm m 1 555555 jx >■ i - m m i yff.'i mm ■ •v Mii i Wm. m » m i 1555555 - , ' , * v s ■ y$: '4 * •: :<■ ' ' * ''.j- n m V ■: > -, m 11 * 5551 ■ ■ A gripping picture of conditions along the Mexican border and events which led up to the chase after Villa and his bandits by American troops. The adventures of a brave, young cavalry officer who offers his life to save the girl he loves. Every chapter full of timely interest 1 Don't fail to read it I Our new serial I r Watch for the Opening Installment JULIET FEATHERSTUN (Pupil of Rudolph Lundberg) Voice -Culture & Deep Breathing Terms, 30c. a Lesson Er, S. & J. T. DRAKE LaWyers PORT GIBSON MISSISSIPPI Practice iu all the Courts of Claiborne and Jef ferson Counties, and Federal and Suprema Courts at Iackson. Real estatefor sale. DR. L. A. SMITH, Dervtist, PORT GIBSON. MISS R. B. ANDERSON, Attorney-at-LaW M. M. SATTERFIELD, Attorney at LaW PORT GIBSON, Will practice in all of the Courts of Claiborne County, the adjoining counties, the Federa Courts and the Supreme Court of the State. MISSISSIPPI DR. R. L. HORTON, Dentist PORT GIBSON, MISSISSIPF Office Hours g to 4 Official Survey. Having purchased the best surveying outfit obtainable can guarantee rapid and extremely accurate work. "Know thy boundaries as thy life." FRANK D. WERKING, County Surveyor, BARLAND, MISS. mch3<j-iy Patronize. • a THE OLDEST SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 111 IRC STUTE Curriculum in harmony with the lates educational requirements, faculty strong health record splendid, buildings commo dious, sanitary and comfortable, premises attractive. Attendance on the present session better than usual. For illustrated catalogue, and special in formation, address REV. T. J. O'NEIL, President, - Port Gibson, Miss. FRESH BULBS of all kiuds just come in. Cut Flowers and Designs the year round. Write me for any thing you 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. Cut Flowers Plants Design Work Belgian Hares (White, Grey and Brown) HRS. C. B. DOCHTERMAN VICKSBURG. niS 3310 S. Washington Public Service Gar 5 Seated Automobile for pub lic hire. PRENTISS WATSON, Russum, Miss. a27 FOR SALE—At a sacrifice, sev eral articles of furniture, practi cally new. 0125-2 W. G. Martin. FOR SALE—2^ Wagon, Deer ing Mower and Rake, all second hand. L. A. Smith, Port Gibson, niv25 DISAPPEARED—Polled Here ford Bull Calf, large for age, bran 10" on shoulder; also Polled Cow and Bull Yearling, cow bran ded "10"; also Brown and Spotted Cow and Heifer Yearling, branded 'To" on neck or shoulder. Liberal reward for information. T. B. Magruder, Port Gibson. ded t i cow my24 FOR SALE—Leguna Mexican June Corn. As the results of ex perimental tests, this corn is the most productive of all varieties for late planting. I have a limited quantity of this corn for sale at $1.50 per bushel. myi8 Jas. B. Allen. STRAYED.—One red and white heifer,about two years old, branded circle with G. Reward. C. A. GORDON, Port Gibson. my-18. < FOR SALK OR EXCHANGE. —Red Polled Bull, weight about 1500. Splendid individual. •Guthrie Bros. MONEY TO LEND.—We can negotiate loans on farm lands, at low rates and on long time. Not more than forty per cent, of value loaned, and only on first mortgaga E. S. & T. T. & H. W. M. Drakk FOR SALE—Sweet milk, de Mrs. H FT. Crisler, ivpred. FOR SALE—My residence, f 10-3111 Mrs. Emma Levy. POSTED — My place, against hunting or any other trespassing. mch 2 -yr M. GILSTON. FOR RENT. Pasture Lands. Good range winter and summer, (Miss) Ida Neal. octi4-iy POSTED—My property, espec ially against hogs. Miss E. A. Percy POSTED — LaCache plantation J.V. GAGE, Manager, against hunting. oct28-6m POSTED—My plantation against hunting and other trespassing. Mrs. E. R. Montgomery POSTED.—Greenwood Planta cion, against hunting, fishing and all trespassing. This means you, so please do not ask. It is no pleasure to refuse. H. W. M. DRAKE. Ghamberlain-Huflt Academy PORT GIBSON MISS Classical and Science Courses. Ranks among the best schools in South. Graduates enter Soph class at A & M., Freshman at University, Rates $50 per year for day students. W. G. MARTIN. B. S.. PBESIDENT. ' ■ ■ ml Claiborne County WANTS Home-Seekers 1 ( . -y * Fine Lands Produce Almost Anything Luxuriant Native Grasses Ideal for Live Stock Mild Climate Eradicating Cattle Ticks Fine Roads Law-Abiding Citizens No Factions Low Rate of Taxation Annual County Fair 8 Months Graded Schools Good Churches m v; I I" • * PORT GIBSON 55 Population 2252 Water and Light Plant Ice Factory Oil Mill Two Banks Male and Fsmale Colleges (No Better in the State) Graded Public School Unusually Good Churches No Saloons # 1 aw i