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W. C. GUTHRIE, Vice Pairr.
R. G. HASTINGS, Am't Cashier G. W. WHEELESS, President B. H. MAGRUDER, Cashier PORT GIBSON BANK OF port:gibson, miss. Surplus $15,000.00 Capital $50,000.00 TOWN AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY Deposits Guaranteed Under the Mississippi Banking Law of 1914. ACCOUNT8 INVITED Mississippi (Centennial Exposition GULFPORT. MISSISSIPPI Opens December 10, 1917, Closes June 10, 1918 ISSISSIPPI will have been a sovereign state of the Union just one hun dred years on the date of opening of the Exposition. It has been a glo rious century of progress for our state. The event will be celebrated by a great exposition. 146 acres of beautiful ground, fronting on the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, has been selected for the site. It will be landscaped and beautified until it is equal to the best dnrks of tbe country. Many of the build ings will be permanent and contain permanent exhibits for not only the Expo sition, but the many expositions and events that will be staged later. It is the opportunity of a century for calling to the attention of the world our splendid resources and the excellent products of our farms. Every county, municipali ty, firm and individual in the state are invited to participate. The table is set and an invitation is extended to all to partake of the benrfits that are certain to come. Economical and comprehensive plans for this participation have Competent men will be glad to visit the various localities, Write today for literature and suggestions for this partici H. E. BLAKESLEE, Director General. n been worked out. and explain them, pation. Gulfport, Mississippi. NOTICE! ■v J have sold out mv interest in the Brown & Joseph Garage and have purchased the Garage of D. C. Houston in thd* Titche Building. Hereafter my friends and eus-, tomers will find me there, ready to serve them with my many years of practical ex perience. J. S. BROWN. While 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 Jurors and jil others attending Court especially invited. LEON PENNISI, Prop. Will Make Season 1917 at Brashear Place Three Miles South of Port Gibson, on Port Gibson and Russum Road King Herod Jr •t Dark bay, 16 hands high, weighs 1200 pounds, has good action, and has proved himself an extra good breeder. Mammoth Chief, U Hs Block Jock Has made one season. With white points; large bone; 3 years old. Terms: $10.00 Each Half when bred and half when colt is foaled. Season due II mare is parted with or leaves county. To insure living colt. R. E. FIELD, Port Gibson. m8-6t Belle Boy Headley's Percheron Stallion will make the season at Jordan's Old Stable at Port Gibson Color jet black; weight 1400 pounds; age 5 years Terras, $12.50 When Colt Comes All possible care will be taken to avoid accident, but should any occur we will . not be responsible In care BERNARD MOORE. mz2-6t Land Leases, Shares Contracts, Labor Contracts at Reveille. * COUNTRY.TALK. - To Build Bungalow. Car Load of Grade Herefords. Charles L. Will of Willwood Farm will soon build a picturesque bungalow that will be a-i ornameut to tbe rural district of Claiborne county. Tbe plauj were drawn by a celebrated Jackson architect. Among tbe good horses raised in our couoty few equal that owned by T. J. Lawrence of Carlisle. He belongs to tbe Hoopes breed of horses that bave done so much to give us the geouioe all-around farm horse. Mr. Lawrence, iu memory of old cotton days, named bis superb auimal ''Deed of Trust —and be is as sure gaited as tbe security given in trust deeds. Mrs. U. F. McCaleb shipped mixed lespedeza bay, without broomsedge,'to the delta last week. It is a balanced bay and is eagerly devoured by mules, horses and cattle without waste. W. E. Rains of Cold Springs plantation recently bought a car load of Hereford grade, heifers, 40 •head, from St. Louis. He lost some from sbippiog lever. Rev. H. W. Wells, who served the Episcopal churches in Clai borne county, concluded a sue cesslul lenten week's talk in New Orleans. Those midday talks are given to menaanually during Lent by the Church Club of New Or leans. Every one is wishing for this and fur (bai,T)ut I wish and am WISHING. I wish—that Sympathy and Love, And every human passion f. That has its origin above, Would comeaud keep 10 fashion; That Scorn aud Jealousy and Hate, And every base emotion, Were buried fifty fathoms deep ßeueatb the waves of oceau. »I I wish— that friends were always true, And motives always pure; I wish tbe good were not so few, I wish tbe bad were fewer; I wish that parsons ne'er forgot To heed their pious teaebiug; I wish that practicing was not So different from preacbingl I wish— infime —that Joy aud Mirth And every good Ideal, May come erewhile throughout tbe earth To be tbe glorious Real; Till God shall every creature bless With His supremest blessiog, And Hope be lost iu Happiness, And Wishing in Possessing. —John G. Saxe. J. F. M. ROCKY SPRINGS. improving the Telepnonç Service. Hogs Bring Good Price. Mr. J. W, O'Neil visited at the home of Mr. aod Mrs. R. C. Lum Saturday of last week aud held regular services at Rocky Springs church Sunday morning. The Ladies' Aid Society is bav ing tbe church house covered oow. Mrs. Cora E. Regan returned to Vicksburg last week to spend a month longer with her mother be fore returning to Asbeviile, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lum aod little daughter spent two days recently with Mrs. S. B. Patterson near Port Gibson. Mr. S. J. Russell visited schools in this vicinity recently. We are glad to koow that Mr. J. P. Lum has beeu reappointed tick iospector of this 'district for another season. Mr. aud Mrs. J. A. Regan have been notified of the arrival of their first great grand son, born to Mr. aod Mrs. W. E. Regan of Met calfe. Tbe farmers around here are finding it very profitable to sell off their surplus hogs, receiving good prices in Hermanville, Port Gib son and Utica. We are glad to learo that Mr.P. E. Regan is able to leave tbe bos pital and come home this week. A Mr. Knight and family of Shiloh, Miss., have moved on Mr. Pierson's place, "St. Albans. The telephone manager from Port Gibson was out last week to overhaul tbe 'phones on tbe Han kinson-Willows line, as tbe pa trons have bad next to no service this winter. 11 How to Prevent Croup. When the child is subject to attacks of croup, see to it that he eats a light evening meal, as an overloaded stomach may bring on an attack, also watch for tbe first symp tom—hoarseness, and give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse. Obtainable everywhere. Advertisement Norris Ctndy—fresh shipment. C. E. Morris, G>lored People Called to Meet. The colored citizens of Clai home county are hereby requested to meet at the court house Satur day, March 31st, at 2 o'clock, to obtain circulars and information concerning the Centennial Expo sition and the County Demonstra tion Farm. Men of practical ex perience will address the meeting, A cordial invitation is extended our interested white friends. CHAS. D. HAYDEN, Claiborne County Centennial Com missioner, Col. Dept. To Whom It May Concern as well as to the White and Colored Citizens of Claiborne Co., Miss.: Rev. Charles D. Hayden, who with tbe NÎetbodist is connected church in Port Gibsou, has been duly commissioned by tbe man agement of tbe Centennial Expo sition to work up proper iuterest in tbe great work in order to show what our colored citizens are doing in the way of progress; also to secure a certain sum of money to aid in tbe exhibition of their work ibe needle and general domistic ou tbe farm, iu tbe kitchen, with He has worked out a science. plan looking to bigger tbiags for tbe worthy colored people of Clai borne county. This plan be has made koowu to me in a lucid aud very con vincing manner. Ia fact, it seems to me, full of splendid things tor the colored people gen erally of our couoty. It is somewhat along tbe line of work being done in many agricul tural high schools, but possibly better adapted to practical teach ing. I gladly commend tbe view be expresses and the plan be has adopted, and I firmly believe all of our people will be doing a good work l>y aiding bim in furtherance of a work of real material benefit to our colored citizens, wible it opens to them a field of practical value in working out tbe various problems of life. Aoy one who will talk with bim and grasp tbe purpose he has io view can but, like myself, endorse tbe entire work be has and is undertaking. It is my purpose to aid bim as far as in my power lies, as I be lieve in doing all things and com mending all things that tend to tbe uettermeot of auy member of the human family. Very truly yours, J. McC. MARTIN. Sign of Good Digestion. When you see a cheerful and happy old lady you may know that she has good di gestion. If your digestion is impaired or if you do not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They strength the stomach, improve the digestion and cause a gentle movement of the bowels. Obtainable everywhere. Advertisement en The Leland Enterprise of last week contained a picture of Miss uiiet Featberstun with the follow ing comment :. Miss Juliet Featberstun, Port Gibson, Miss., who will sing dur ing tbe meeting at tbe Methodist Church beginning Sunday. Bom and reared in a Methodist parson age, daughter of a leading Metbo dist minister aod trained in tbe best schools of tbe laud, bej con secration, zeal aod qualifications for her chosen work eminently fit ber for the work io which sbe is engaged. of excellence in ber music, ber Sunday aud on daring tbe meeting. << There is a rare charm Hear h Pat a-Cake—nothing to add but water for Layer Cake. Cup Cake, Cottage Cake, etc. C. E. Morris. TWICE PROM If yon suffer backache, sleepless nights, tired, dull days and dis tressing urinary disorders, don't experiment, testimony. dence—doubly proven. Read this twice-told It's convincing evi Mrs. M. A. Robinson, 215 Mad ison St., Natchez, Miss., says: "I had backache and bearing down pains across my loins and I was so lame that I couldn't stoop or lift. I was annoyed by the kidney se I doctored and tried cretions. many different kidney remedies, bnt got discouraged, as nothing Doan's Kidney Pills helped me. helped me however, redneing tbe swellings aud benefiting me in 11 every way. (Statement given May 22, 1911.) OVER TWO YEARS LATER, Mrs. Robinson said: mend Doan's Kidney Pills when ever I have a chance, as they are the finest kidney medicine on the market. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy— get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Robinson has twice pub licly recommended. Foster-Mil burn Co. t Props., Buffalo, N. Y. I recom « « ». Rubbing Eases Pam Rubbing sends tbe liniment tingling through the flesh and quickly &ops pain. Demand a liniment that you can rub with. The beét rubbing liniment is MUSTANG LINIMENT n " a Good for the Ailments «/ Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. Good for your own Aches, Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, Cuts, Burns, Etc. A 25 c. 50 c. $ 1 . At all Dealers, Free Flower Seed \ Hastings 9 Catalogue Tells You About It No matter whether you farm on £ large scale or only plant vegetables or flowers In a small way, you need Hastings' 1917 Seed Catalog. It's ready now and we have a copy for you absolutely free, If you ask for it, mentioning the name of this paper. In addition to showing you about all the varieties of vegetables, farm grass, clover and flower seeds, this catalog tells how you can get free five splendid varieties of easily grown, yet beautiful flowers, with whfch to beau tify your homo surroundings. Good seeds of almost every kind are scarce this season, and you can't afford to take chances in your seed supply. Hastings' Seeds are depend able seeds, the kind you can always depend on having "good luck" with. You are going to garden or fana this spring. Why not insure success so far as possible by starting with the right seed? Don't take chances that you do not have to. Write today for Hastings' 1917 Catalog. It's free and will both Inter est and help you to succeed in 1917. *-H. G. HASTINGS CO., Seedsmen, Atlanta, Ga. —Advt. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, To Lona Slayton: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of tbe County of Claiborne, in said state, on the Second Monday of May A. D. 1917, to defend the suit in said court of Luther Slayton, wherein you are the defendant. This tbe 17th day of March, A. D. 1917. B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk. - By W. Y. HUGHES, D. C. of Printed s»atiooery is what you need NOTICE. The Board of Supervisors of Claiborne County, Mississippi, will receive to 2 o'clock P. M. on Mon day the first day of their regular April, 1917, meeting of said Board, sealed bids for running ferry over Bayou Pierre at the two mile bridge, for a term of one year. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board. B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk. MOVED! I have moved my Millinery Store into the Jordan Building, opposite the postof fice. Come and see me. MISS F. A. MENDOLA. TAX SALE OF REAL ESTATE. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ) / Claiborne County. 1 The undersigned, Sheriff and Tax Collector of Claiborne County, Mississippi, will on the First Monday, Same Being the 2nd Day of April, A. D. 1917, sell at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, to be paid at the time of sale, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front, or cist, door of the Court House, in the Town of Port Gibson, Miss., the follow ing described lands, lying aud being in said Claiborne County, Mississippi, for taxes, cost and damages due thereon for the fiscal year, 1916. " Witness my hand this the 5th day of March, A, D. 1917, at Port Gibson, Miss. JOS. DAVENPORT, Sheriff and Tax Collector of Claiborne County, Miss. A. S.Tax C.Tax Ptr, Dgs. Total Sec. T. R. Description of Land Part E half of S W qr. Part.. Richard X. Boney...Part W half Dot 3.. Ehalf.. N part W half. N W corner..... Part...... N half Dot 11, Rur. Add., P, G ..18 12 2e Part Dots 2,3, 4 and 5 To Whom Assessed D. W. Aiken. 5 12 2e 288 6 12 2e ns S 7 20 18 00 40 2 52 28 12 16 13 2e 17 18 13 2e 249 18 13 2e 19 13 2e 2 41 13 2fe 299 5 36 60 00 9 715 3* 33 32 100 45 5 16 86 10 20 I 58 17 54 I 50 3 01 20 5 2 43 6 11 80 3 4 50 II 26 fo Dinah Bradley W. C. Guthrie Mrs. E. I. Cameron..Part N W qr of N W qr. Victoria R Curtis.... Pt S E qr of N E qr aiid pt N E qr of S E qr. •• . Pt S E qr of S E qr and pt N W qr of N W qr. •• .Pt S W qr of S W qr and pt N E qr of S W qr " .Pt S E qr of S W qr and pt N E qr of S W qr. •• .Pt S W qr ot N W qr and pt N W qr of S W qr...: •« .Pt S W qr of S W qr and pt S E qr of S W qr. ,...Pt N W qr of N W qr ....Pt S W qr of S W qr*nd N W qr30 13 5e 116 A. E. Coleman...:...Pt Dot 5 Sq 2 O T P G.. . Mrs. B. Carpenter...35x150 feet off N pt January lot Sub St Mary P G .Part Dot 3 and S part Dot 2, Sq 8 Drake's Add No 2, P G... MoHie Dorsey.Dot 14, house Sq 2, Patti^on.... N. R. and E. Bwall ..Part 39 13 2e 135 7 « 4 « 19 13 5C 24 19 13 5e 34 19 13 5e 37 i 55 18 6i 19 13 5« 55 4 41 n 05 160 20 13 5e 21 20 13 5e 4 ° 30 13 5e 40 6 14 I 80 3 60 20 54 20 v 23 2 70 18 12 2e »#5 i 52 4 80 9 60 40 I 44 16 24 90 2 26 20 ' 32 3 88 60 64 7 62 R. D. Day.... 18 12 2e 43 13 4e 40 19 13 5e So 19 13 5* 31 I I 81 4 57 W half of N W qr Part. Pt Dot 4 and 6 Sq 14 St Mary P G 5 40 59 80 69 7 80 20 I 08 11 88 18 2 58 18 00 36 00 40 IO IO 4e 83 i 97 4 94 20 3 60 7 20 60 I 20 -27 12 4e 1-2 39 I oa 20 . i 20 4 40 20 Wm. P. Gordon Mrs. A. M. Hynum. .N W qr of S E qr of S E qr Pt Dot 4 Sq 6 O T P G ..... Mrs. Ellen Hall Cora Haills, or HalesPt Dots 1,3,589 31.St Mary, PG Clara Jones....Part.• • • ■ • •• ■ • Jim & Homie JonelsPt Dot 3 Sq 5 O T P G Eat. J. W, Martin ...Part. " ........Part....-.. <* .Part Ehalf. ... 60 I 75 3 6 36 16 10 ie 80' 43 10 ie 3J0 44 10 ie 82 53 10 ie 112 >24 48 61 37 140 8 59 95 84 54 10 ie 496 56 10 ie 487 57 10 ie 160 39 11 2e 63 7 « 4e All All Part Part Part 1 52 3 82 20 ^53 6 07 14 40 36 00 40 5 04 55 84 2 70 5 38 20 81 9 12 2 70 7 62 60 103 U 95 65 7 33 20 11 i 37 E. D. Middleton People* Warehou*e.Part Dot and Building Ague* Quigless .Part Outlot Sq F P St Mary, P G Frank Peunisi ....I.Part .Pa.it •• Part Clara Snider,Snyder Part Airy Scott ,. John Turner ; IO 39 ii se 41 11 2e 42 11 2e •37,ii ie - T H 4C .9 104e .10 10 4e 122 .16 11 5e .18 12 2e .18 12 2e 3° 3° 76 i 85 4 63 30 76 20 Dot in Hermauville.. Part N W qr. ,N half Dot 4 and Dot 3..... Part Dots i and 2 and part Part G G . 40 3 93 9 84 60 59 I 43 3 59 60 90 2 26 20 60 l 20 20 3 76 20 i 38 15 75 50 6 12 32 368 18 2 58 Johu W. Trim A, S. Terrell . Dora & S. Wheat....Dot St Mary P G W. D. Parker.Part. 4 »3 4« T D. Bailess.House and Dot in Hermanville .5 11 4» Bank Hermanville..W half N Eqr and E half NW qr 3 12 4e 160 384 960 Charles Shannon. ...E half of S E qr. 4 I 50 3 3 00 53 5 99 9 00 40 I 26 14 26 20 I 35 *4 99 80 .20 12 se ......28 12 5e ? s 85 14 64 60 2 05 23 14 .Dot i 80 .........E half of N E qr. « «• W* # 5 « « 4 ? m r?M .29 12 5« I am agent tor the following periodicals : Saturday Evening Post , Ladies' Home Journal Cosmopolitan New Orleans Picayune emphis Commerical-Appeal emphis ews-Scimitar Jackson News. C. M. HOWARD Administrator's Notice to Creditors. Letters of administration were grafted to the undersigned on the estate of Z. L. Blackstone, de ceased, by the Chancery Clerk of Claiborne County, Mississippi, on the 10th day of March, A. D. 1917. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby no tified that said claims must be probated and registered by tbe clerk of said court within one year from date hereof, or the same will be forever barted. FLORENCE BLACKSTONE, Administratrix. This 12th day of March, A. D. 1917.~3t. _ Executor's Notice to Cred itors. Letters testamentary were grant ed to the undersigned on the es tate of Mrs. Lucinda Slayton, deceased, by the Chancery Clerk of Claiborne County, Mississippi, on the I2th day af March, A. D. 1917. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby no tified that said claims must be probated and registered by the clerk of said court within one year from date hereof, or the same will be forever barred. R. C. SLAYTON, Executor. This 12th day of March. A. D. 1917 — 3 *:_ Tax Sale of Real Estate Located In the Town of Port Gibson. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Claiborne Countv, Town of Port Gibson. ) The undersigned Clerk and Tax Collec tor of the Town of Port Gibson, Claiborne County, State of Mississippi, will on the Second Monday, Same Being the 9th Day of April, 1917, sell at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, to be paid at the time of sale, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front, or east, door of the Court House, in the Town of Port Gibson, Mississippi, the following des cribed real estate, lying and being in the said Town of Port Gibson, County of Claiborne, State of Mississippi, for taxes, costs and damages due thereon for the fis cal year 1916. Witness my hand this, the 15th, day of March, A. D. 19x7, at Port Gibson, Mis sissippi. C. R. WHARTON, Clerk and Tax Collector of the Town of Port Gibson, County of Claiborne, State of Mississippi. * A E Coleman, part Lot 5, Square 2, Old Town, tax $4.50. damages 45c, printer 20c total $5.15. Dora S. Wheat, part Section x8, Town ship 12, Range 2 East, Sub St Mary, tax $1.50. damages 15c, printer 20c, total $1 85 Harriet L Jones (4 years, 1913, 1914, 1915 and 1916), part Lot 3, Square 4, Old Town, $13.30, tax $1.33. printer 20c, total $14.83. Estate Cora Hails, part Lots i, 3 and 5, Spuare 31, Sub St Mary, tax $1.50, dam ages 15c, printer 20c, total $1.85. Agues Quigless, part Outlot FF, Sub St Mary, tax $6.75, damages 68c, printer 20c total $7.63. Trustee's Sale. By virtue of the power vested in me by that certain trust deed executed upon the ist day of January, A. D. 1904, by Albert Smith and Sarah Smith, his wife, to E. S. Drake, trustee, to secure a debt therein described to C. R. Lowden, and which trust deed is of record in Book 3-T, page 697 of the deed records of Claiborne county, Mississippi, and conveys the hereinafter described lands; and of an appointment of the un dersigned as substituted trustee therin, according to its terms, E. S. Drake, the trustee named there in, being dead, which said appoint ment has beeu spread at large upon the records of said county in Book Y-3, page 277, before the posting and publication of this notice; default having been made in the payment of the said indebt edness, I will on flonday, the 2nd Day of April, 1917, sell, at public auction, to the high est bidder for cash, at tbe front door of the Court House of said county, within the hours prescribed by law for sales under execution, the following described real estate lying and situate in said county, towit: Lots 14, 15 and 16 of section 60, township 13, range 4 east; also the northwest quarter, and the we>.t half of the northeast quarter, and the west half of the southwest quarter, of section 5; also the east half of the northeast quarter of section six, all in township 12, range 4 east; all fully described in said trust deed which is here re ferred to for more particular de T scription. Said land will be sold first in tracts of not exceeding 160 acres each, and then in bulk, and the highest aggregate price will be accepted. J. T. DRAKE, Trustee. mch8- 4t Notice to Issue $40,000.00 Bridge and Road Bonds. Whereas it is imperative for the convenience and protection of the citizens of Claiborne county that the bridges and roads of said coun ty be kept up, the road and bridge fund of said county being inade quate to carry on this work aud there being no other way for build— iug the bridges and constructing the public roads; Be it ordered by the Board of Supervisors of Claiborne County, State of Mississippi, that notice is hereby given of the pro posal to issue bonds for the pur pose of building bridges and con structing tbe public roads of the said county, bonds of Claiborne County, Mississippi, will be issued by said Board at tbe regular April, A. D. 1917» meeting of said Board in tbe sum of $40,000, said bonds to mature twenty years from the date of their issuance, to bear in terest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum payable annually at the Hanover National Bank, New York City, N. Y., to be in denomina tions of $1000 (One Thousand Dollars) each', aud to be numbered in regular series from one upward, tobe registered as'issued, to be payable to bearer, and shall not be sold for less than tbelr face value; said bonds shall show on their face for what purpose issued. A sink ing fund will be provided for the payment of the interest on said bonds, and for tbe redemption of said bonds by levying annually a special tax to be used exclusively in paying tbe interest on said bonds and providing a sinking fund for their redemption. All expense of preparing the bonds and delivering them will be paid by tbe county. The bonds will be issued under Sec. 331 and 333 of the Mississippi Code of 1906 and any amendments thereto. And that a check for $500, certified by some bank, must be deposited with each bid to show good faith. That said bonds will be issued by said Board at their regular April, A.D. 1917, meeting; that this notice of proposal to issue said - bonds be published in the Port Gibson Rev eille, a newspaper published in Port Gibson, Mississippi, as fol lows, towit: On Thursday, March 8th, 1917; on Thursday, March 15th, 1917; on Thursday, March 22nd, 1917, and Thursday, March 29th, 1917, and that the clerk of this Board is hereby authorized, empowered and directed to publish as above specified this notice of proposal to issue the bonds as aforesaid. By order of the Board. B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk. NOTICE, The Board of Supervisors of Claiborne County, Miss., will re ceive to 2 o'clock P. M. on Mon tbe first day of their day, regular April, 1917, meeting, of said Board, sealed bids for build ing a concrete bridge over branch near J. C. Wilkinson's, in Dist. No. 5, according to plans and specifications on file.in the office of the Chancery Clerk. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board. B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk. ABSOLUTELY FREE. To all who do not want to be cheated, is the opportunity to test the merit and learn the vaine of"a modern Singer before sending away for, or buying an inferior sewing machine at any price. You are sure to save money and avoid dis appointment by purchasing of the Singer Sewing Machine Co. Look for the familiar letter "S.'* 1 HERMAN MARX, Agent,