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THLKPHONB NO. 99 THURSDAY. JAN. 24, 1907. H. H. CRI&LCR SUBSCRIPTION PRICi S2 PtRYIAR Hntercd at the PoatoIBce at Port Glbaon, Mia», aa necond-cla»» mall matter. For Assessor The Reveille la authoriaed to announce SAM PRICE at a candidate (or Aaaeaaor, aubject to the will of the Democratic votera. For Treasurer the Votera ol Claiborne Connty: 1 hereby announce myaelf aa a candidate the oAce o( County Treaanrer, (or the enauing ' term, aubject to the action o( the Democratic party. E. C. JORDAN. Monor Roll. Primer Class—Howard Bobo,Stan cell Norwood, Eunice Bryan, Redus French, Reginald Patterson, Leon ard Hoelscher, Joe Pearson, Charlie Mon-head. First Grade—Fanny Magruder, Yetti Rapp, Lottie May Coleman, Florence Bock, Herbert Levy. Wil lie Jordan. Second Grade—Patton Calson. Annie Laurie Bolls, Marie Welsch, Nell Morehead, Bert Moser, George Pearson, Billy McCay, Peyton Skip witli, Libby Pennisi, Edwin Bryan, Robbie Norwood. Third Grade—Lillian Rogers, Lu cille McCay, Lena May French, Julia G. Levy, Juliette Bock, Julia Marie Johnson, Florence Hall, Hel en Watson, Adair Skipwith, A. K. Shaifer, Mattie May Jordan, Abe Frishmau, Edo Mounger, Mary Higgins, Charley Taylor. Fourth Grade—Thelma More head, Estelle Shaifer, Frank Moun ger, Willie Hugh Price, Margaret McDougall, Leland Turner, Eula May Adair, Lula Zadek, Leo Wan der, Leo Jalenak, C. B. Rowland. Fifth Grade—Marie Beard, Lu cile Heath, Marguerite Turner» Lillie Welsch, Catherine Watkins, Vivian Burch, Leo Levy, Irvin Schoenfeld, Eugene Moser. Sixth Grade—Bessie Thaler, Ber nice Jalenak, Melvin Moser, Ana bel Bryan. Seventh Grade—Myrtis Whee -1- Men's Suits 1 WE ARE READY j Best Prints 8 All colors, worth up to 8c per Q/$ yd, while they last. vo? Chicago Salvage Co. PORT GIBSON, MISS. $ 2.98 Worth up to $10.00 or your money back. Chicago Salvage Co., PORT GIBSON, MISS. TO OPEN OUR DOORS a 9 9 5 4, » To-Morrow Morning, Saturday, January 26th 9 At Nine ii'Clock » 4. 4» 4, U 4, 4i 4, The Chicago Salvage Co., the World's Greatest Bargain Givers 4» 4. 4, 4» 9 « 0 9 4i 9 4, 4t 4, « 4» 9 H. FRISHMAN, Port Gibson, Miss. 4, r » ' » 4, 4. » « » 4, » At Prices That Will Be LESS THAN ACTUAL COST OF RAW MATERIAL ! 4, » 4, » » We must sacrifice our entire $25,000.00 to preserve our sterling credit. f FORCED! FORCED! We are honest but in debt. It has come but we could not help it, Chicago Salvage Co. has full charge of this The » 4, » 4< 4, 9 ;i 4, » I » I 9 and will turn this entire $25,00.0° stock of High Grade Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, etc., into cash, all at prices that will be 4. 4 R » 4< ,ESS CE1TTS o:tl -tüa.© 3DOI 4i » 4, « I « NOTE.—Do not class this sale with "other so-called sales. This is a legitimate money-raising sale conducted by the World's Greatest Bargain-Givers. « * I i H. Frishman's Old Stand, THE CHICAGO SALVAGE CO « 4"< » « £ PORT CIBSON. 7VYISS. 4 , « LOOK FOR OUR BIG RED SIGNS Money refunded on all unsatisfactory merchandise. All goods marked in plain figures. 4 i less, Vernie Grilling, Chas. Pear son, Mamie Brown, Minerva Moun ger, Janie Mounger, Archie Varna do, Bessie Williams, Laura Shaifer, Hiram Zadek, Bennie Levy, Paul lee Rowland, Emma Goepel, Flor ence Levy, Jobnie Cochran. Eighth Grade—Vic Andrews, Lola Rowland, Sadie Marx, T. Y. Richmond, Stephen Schillig, Carl Blomquist, Orah Bridgers, Ida Brown, August Levy, Wm. Parker. Ninth Grade—Percy Jones, Hen ry Mottnger, Clifford Smith, Vernie Hackett, Alpha Jones. We carry a complete stock of pistol and rifle cartridges and shot gun shells. Laz Levy's Sons. Cooper Case Reversed. The case of George Cooper was reversed by the supreme court this week. Cooper was convicted at the June term of court here of the killing of Sam Nesmith several years ago. He had been tried two, or more times, and was finally con victed of manslaughter. He ap pealed to the supreme court, and the reversal by that tribunal will cause another trial. PIANO! Laz. Levy's Sons have a fine rose wood piano for sale; brand new. Will sell at reduced price on ( easy terms. Peter Shirley Dead. Last Thursday afternoon Mr. Peter Shirley, familiarly known as Pete," died at the Vicksburg hos - pital where he had gone a few days before. For many years the de ceased had been a familiar figure at Port Gibson. He had labored at various things, the last being at the livery stable of Mr. C. A. Tal aferro. ''Pete" was kind and gen erous to a fault, being his own worst enemy. i I We have just receiv ed large shipment of slanting potatoes, on ion sets and garden seeds of all kinds. For fresh goods call and see us. Laz. Levy's Sons Want 5000 bushels peas, any va riety. Will pay highest cash price. COHN BROS. COW PEAS—We will pay $2.00 cash per bushel for good grades of clay, mixed, whippoorwill and white peas. COHN BRÔS., Lorrnan, Miss. ! > J J N L - CONSTIPATION Is the cause of much misery and expense. It clogs the vital organs with impurities and brings on a general break-down of health. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS » Is a bowel regulator of the greatest merit. It - 1 Jkfc J n fl a * relieves the bowels mildly yet thoroughly and extends its cleansing and strengthening influence to every part of the body. Oet the Ocnuine with the Figure "J" in Red on Front Label. Price $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Druggists. POPE DRUG CO. S FECIAL AGENTS H Letter. Vicksburg, Miss., Sept 24, 1904. Quin-Sharpe Drug Co ■ » Vicksburg, Miss. Gentlemen :—Please ship me to Gib son Landing, 12 dozen Quin's Chill Tonic, ! 6 dozen Hygenol. The four dozen Quin's Chill Tonic ship ped me three weeks ago sold without any trouble, and I did just as you told me to do, viz : Guaranteed each bottle to cure or money refunded, and not in a single sale was I asked refund to the money. I have never had a chill tonic to please the trade like your's. Hygenol is a good Antiseptic, and I now have customers to come in my store and want Hygenol and no other. I can recommend both Quin's Chill Tonic and Hygenol to the general trade. Yours truly, E. F. PIPES, Bold in port Otbeon by all Leading Druggists. POSTED.—Yoon g and Patton places against hunting. . THOS. R. TRIM. nov8-6m. MONEY TO LEND.— C.-H. Academy has about $2000 to lend on real estate. Apply to A. K. BRASHEAR, Sec'y. Careful Prescription Work. Careful is the exact word. We are careful in buying drugs, careful in test ing them, careful in keeping the stock always fresh, careful in throwing out * drugs that have deteriorated, careful in keeping the utensils clean and in spic-span order, careful in weighing out ingredients, careful in using the ex act brand of drugs specified on the prescription, careful in working up the ingredients into the compound, careful in checking off the work so as to pre à ■ vent any mistake, careful in wrapping up the package, careful in cleaning up after the work is done. We are just as careful not to over-charge a customer. The work is done as speedily as possible so as not to cause undue delay. All these things have given us a big and rapidly growing prescription business and ons why you should bring your prescriptions here. are reas Pope Drug Company. Prescription Druggists, Phone 194 PORT GIBSON, HISS. . FOR SALE—Good double store 1 with upstair apartments, 117-1181 j Carroll street, Pert Gibson, Miss. ! Recently re-shingled, and re-fin ished inside. Will let it go at a bargain. For prices and terms ap ply to 1 T. N. BRASHEAR. FOR RENT.—Place in* Tensas parish, La., 350 acres open, and well fenced ; 5 room residence and tenant houses ; large barn and cribs, etc. ; good drinking water. Land very fertile. Will rent all or I part. 150 acre hog pasture goes with place. Located 15 miles from St. Joseph, 2 miles from Tensas river. Also have about 300 acres on other place for rent. Would advance money for supplies to par ties who have their own teams. Come and see me or write to ALEX McLEOD, St. Joseph, La, MONEY TO LEND. J. N. BRASHEAR. ; MONEY TO LEND.—We can 1 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 mortgage. E. S. & J. T. & H. W. M. Drakb. 1 r é M&j \ 1 ? i i f * l DROP US A POSTAL / l, ! • * , ; , ■ 4 VU , . 7 ? \^OV »nd we wilt *«nd you our * >> booklet "C*' telling jroq why our •jriltm of Bank* if r fev mail ie tha moil conven. I.-,.* .. .-ihod of makinjr your iav j.1.1 trow T & Surp.. $1.800,000.00, I- $11,500,000.00 r r Stronfeal Savin,» Bank South. Fjt.bli.Ked 1881 , receive deposit, from $1.00 up. f 3'i% INTEREST Germania Savings Bank. 411-315 CAMP ST. Head Savins, Department: COMMERCIAL - GERMANIA TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. New Orieen*. La. TH, I »»OUT TM» OLOC1T (AVINO, P.MM IN TN€ SOUTH i v r? * POSTED.—Against hunting and and all other trespassing, Ban nockburn plantation. (Mrs.) E. R. Montgomery. ' E. a AS» *7 C.:.. , t, c.c & A/VO '/VfL^ÏÂTiON f V L .<v> I CP y V x .¥* . / 80TTLK couirv 1« O, • ; Blglieat Crude k XagKeh TralniBi: tfr-b. u i lb li. It la reçu? uired c. ▲wake. Prit. '.leal, V Popular ftiid kuru. uo delusive proe i- • SOÜ l.K COU. I.I.I I the Pineet Ki-r-u«...* America. 19 K p. rleac«-. keepers end Si euor'' •. Sand tor New liluai- ; an* • 4U»C f : » « id. . .Ive, uiiiju « I. Ol • lUtlv. t, J ». i to uple* J In . *«:ii •mili.r. . •!«». li /:• NON* U FOR SALE—I offer at reduced price for quick sale mv home near Port Gibson. See H. D. Brown lee, Port Gibson, or address H. H. Brownlee, Clinton, Louisiana. FOR SALE.—A large residence on Church Street, with large lot, all necessary out buildings, modern improvements. Price and terms reasonable. ' E. S. & J. T. & H. W M. Drakb.