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THE REVEILLE
TÄIJ5FHOHK MO *9
THURSDAY. JAN. 31, 1907.
H. M. CRIBLI *
• UBUCUIPTTON PRICK 92 PCRVCAR
Kattrrd at the PostofBce at Port Gibaon, Mia*,
as Mcwad-claaa mail matter.
For Assessor
The herein« la aathoriaed to announce
* SAM PRICE
candidate lot Aaaeaaor. subject to the will
eoaH^H
ol the Democratic voter.
th* Volera oictaibor»«county:
therebyauuouuc« mrael* aa a candidate lor
the *Ace of County Treasurer, for the ensuing
term, subject to the action o I the Democratic
t. C. JORDAN.
The Reveille la authorised to announce
J. A. BOLLS
_ i candidat* lor th« o«ce of Assessor, subject
to the wtn of the Democratic voters.
For Treasurer
Th« Reveille la authorised to announce
GEO. W. ROBERTSON
as a candidate for the office of County Treasurer,
•abject to the will ol the Democratic voter*.
JEFFERSON A DRY COUNTY.
Reports From the Election Indi
cate This Result.
A telephone message from Har*
riston last night contained the
news that, according to the liest in
formation received at that time, the
liquor election held yesterday in
• Jefferson county had resulted in a
victory for the prohibitionists by a
majority of 24
For some weeks a hot campaign
has been waged by the liquor and
anti-liquor men in Jefferson and it
was expected that the full register
ed vote of the county would he
polled. As this was probably the
raa* the slender majority of 24
shows how close the election really
was.
The anti-saloon people brohght
In preachers and others speakers
from different parts of the state and
held rallies which were largely at
tended. The liquor people were
almost equally active.
It is probable that the liquor peo
ple will appeal the matter to the
supreme court of the state. In
ple will appeal the matter to the
supreme court of the state. In
loaned, and only on first mortgage.
E. S, & J. T. & H. W. M. Drakh.
you want to vote.
Sold in port 0ibaon by all Leading Druggists.
* ' E. S. & J. T. & H. W M. Drakh.
Laz. Levy's Sons
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CROWDS GROW GREATER
The ! argain Center
OF THE BI6 SALE
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Thousand of Pairs
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OF HI6H GRADE SHOES
For Men, Women and Children, at
33c on the Dollar.
Chicago Salvage Co.
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As the Bargains Become Better Known.
The Chicago Salvage Co's. Great Sale
Is the Clothing Department. $10.00
Suits and Overcoats.... .$ 2.98
Chicago Salvage Co.
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High Grade Clothing. Dry Goods, Shoes, Groceries, Etc.
GHINING IN FORGE AND FAVOR WITH THE .PEOPLE,
.THE MERE FACT THAT
The Chicago Salvage Go., the World's Greatest Bargain Givers
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Was to Mercilessly Slaughter This High Grade Merchandise at
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jj Was enough to bring the Crowds for miles around. An Unprecedented Event. WE HAD TO SHUT OUR DOORS so Great was the Crush to secure ^
** New Merchandise at Prices Never Before Quoted in the History of Port Gibson. **
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The Last Day,
Wednesday, February 6th.
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On WEDNESDAY, FEB. 6, the Great Money Raising Sale Ends, it has been the Greatest Merchandising Event ever held in this vicinity,
last day we SLAUGHTER EVERYTHING. Don't hesitate longer. The LAST CHANCE, the FINAL OPPORTUNITY.
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Money refunded onunsatisfactory merchandise ^
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R. R. Fare paid to Out-of-Town Buyers.
LOOK FOR BIG RED SIGN.
such a case they will except to the
action of the board of supervisors
in ordering the election, alleging a
number of illegal actions, oue being
that the petition for the election
did not bear the required number
of qualified electors.—Vicksburg
Herald.
We carry a complete
stock of pistol and
rifle cartridges and
shot gun shells.
Laz Levy's Sons.
will
Willows, Jan. 22, 1907.
Editor Reveille :
Dear Sir :— I« your issue of
Jan. 17th you stated that Mansel
Gradick was appointed overseer of
road No. 33, vice Cleve Wood,
when it should have A W. Rag
\ land, vice Cleve Wood, and Mansel
lor t G jj c u v j ce A W. Miller. Also
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y OU stated that the clerk of the
advertise for 3500 feet of
lninber. This should have been
35,000 feet. Please look up road
l>ook and minutes and see if I am
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correct.
Yours truly,
W. L. TAYLOR.
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New Garden Seeds
the
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the
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at Pope Drug Co.
The Daughters of the Confeder
acy will meet Monday afternoon at
4 o'clock with Miss Mary Person.
PIANO! Laz. Levy's
Sons have a fine rose
wood piano for sale;
brand new.
at reduced price on
easy t erms.
Long staple cotton seed at area
premium this winter. They easi
ly bring as high as $100 per ton.
They are exceedingly scarce, owing
to the damage done by the storm.
Will sell
We have just receiv
ed large shipment of
planting potatoes, on
ion sets and garden
seeds of all kinds. For
fresh goods call and
see us.
Laz. Levy's Sons
Lyceum Lecture Course.
a
Saturday night, Feb 2nd, George
R. Wendling at the Port Gibson
This will be the
Opera House,
best entertainment of the season.
We promise those who expect to
attend that the Opera House will be
well heated if the weather is cold.
We will see that the fires are start
ed in the afternoon so that the
auditorium may be thoroughly
warmed before the lecture begins.
Every one should make special ef
fort to be there. Tickets at Pope
Drug Co., 75cts.
All persons who have not paid
their taxes on or before Feb. ist
will be disqualified. We under
stand several have neglected to do
so. As to-morrow is the last day,
l>ehooves everyone to settle with
out delay.
of
of
the
of
road
am
6 up-to-date Show Cases for sale
at David Bock's Department Store.
Big Sales Popular.
There is a great deal of money
the country this winter, and comes
into sight when one of our merch
ants advertises a reduction sale. For
the past two weeks three of these
sales have been going on, and each
will this law be enforced.
sales have been going on, and each
H Letter.
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area
ton.
Brierfield, Miss., Sept 24, |1904
Quin-Sharpe Drug Co.,
Vicksburg, Miss.
Gentlemen :—I would like to give you a
testimonial on your Quin's Chill Tonic, My
success with it has been wonderful. I have
tried it on a number of very severe cases
chills and fever, and not in one instance
has it failed to effect a quick and perma
I certainly think that you have
nent cure,
a good thing.
Please ship me by boat to-day 6 dozen.
Yours very truly,
JAMES BEARD, JR.
of
A Banner dale.
A sale aggregating sixteen car
load of No. 2 white oats was con
summated yesterday by Messrs.
Pope and. Fisher, representing the
John E, Hall Commission Company
of St. Louis, to J. D. Hendrick, a
large grain dealer of this city.
This is probably one of the largest
single sales made in many years in
the capital city, and demonstrates
the fact that Baton Rouge is stead
ily advancing towards a leadership
inthe wholesale trade of this sec
tion. The number of cars sold will
consume exactly one-half of a train
load if shipment should be made at
one time.—Baton Rouge Times.
to
ist
do
it
one was largely attended,
reich Bros., David Bock's Depart
ment Store and H. Frishman have
Heiden
been the establishments offering
[exceptional bargains Each firm
sold a great deal of merchandise,
much of which went below cost.
The Frishman sale is still in grog
ress and the interest is unabated.
in
For
Marshal Magruder is going to
rigidly enforce the ordinance a
gainst stock running at large on
the street. Even in the suburbs
will this law be enforced.
car
con
the
a
city.
largest
in
stead
sec
will
train
at
Careful Prescription Work.
We are careful in buying drugs, careful in test
Careful is the exact word,
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
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,
have given us a big and rapidly growing prescription business and are reas
ons why you should bring your prescriptions here.
All these things
Depart
have
Heiden
offering
firm
cost.
grog
Pope Drug Company.
Prescription Druggists,
to
a
on
PORT OIBSON. mss.
Phone 194
on
FOR SALE—Good double store.
with upstair apartments, 117-1181
Carroll street, Port Gibson, Miss.
Recently re-shingled, and re-fin
ished inside. Will let it go at
bargain. For prices and terms ap
ply to
J. 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
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.
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MONEY TO LEND.
J N. BRASHEAR.
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 mortgage.
store.
117-1181
Miss.
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teams.
bring your Saving* right to
our doors, no matter where
you live. You can Deposit
as little as One Dollar, and
we pay
3\% INTEREST
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^ the South, and we want
Ml your account too.
■I Writs for our Booklet "C"
YM Free to any addrert
Germania Savings Bank,
311-315 CAMP ST.
Head Savings Department:
COMMERCIAL - GERMANIA
TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK,
New Orleant, La.
THC LAHMIt. THt OLOIST SAVING»
BANK IM TMC SOUTH.
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Pay your taxes before Peb.
you want to vote.
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OEO. BOULH A SON.«
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FOR SALE.—I offer at reduced
price for quick sale tnv 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
ist If reasonable,
* ' E. S. & J. T. & H. W M. Drakh.

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