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The Port Gibson reveille. [volume] (Port Gibson, Miss.) 1890-current, July 02, 1908, Image 7

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We prepay freight
or express charges on
ail Mail Orders of $5
or over.
Send us your Mail
Orders. All orders
filled without delay.
Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Something to Talk About
3 Big Waist Specials
Kayser's $1.75 Long Silk Gloves at $1.19
Special Sale Fine Silk Stockings
Lingerie Lawn Waists—several styles to choose from
regular $1.25 and $1.50 waists, at
Pretty assortment of Lingerie Waists, neck and yoke
trimmed with French Vsl. Lace and Cluny Lace
tire front and sleeves elaborately trimmed. $3.00 value
$ 1.98
Of course Jhey are double tipped and the maker's name
is on every pair. They are 24 inches long, in Brown,
Navy, Copenhagen, Russe«, Pink, Light Blue. You
nevor bought them for less than $1.50. Special, per
We have never invited the attention of Ladies to a more
admirable collection of Black and Colored Embroideried
Silk Hose. The colors are in a wide diversity of Browns,
Blue, Tan, Pink, Light Blue and Heliotrope. Also
White and Black.
The $5.00 and $6.00 Embroideried Hose, pair
The $3.50 and $4*00 Embroideried Hose, pair
Plain Black and *Tan Silk Hose, the celebrated "Kayser
Make," $2.50 value, pair
Plain Silk Hose in Black, Tan, Pin and White, $2.00
value, pair
Extra Special, 100 pair Tan Silk Gauge Hose, $ 1 ^ 5 °
value, pair
Note the purchasing price of a Dollar here :
10 yards Genuine Lonsdale Cambric for
20 yards G9od Bleached Family Domestic for . $ 1.00
3 Boys' Madras or Percale Shirts, regular 50c kind,
$ 1.00
15 yards good quality Lress Gingham in Stripes, Checks,
and Fancy 10c Kind^for
3 Men's Balbriggan Underskijts, 50c quality, for
i Doz. Men's White Hemstitched Hankerchiefs, extra
size, for
90 c
$ 1.00
$ 1.19
$ 3.85
$ 2 . 75 *
Matting ! Mattings !
$ 1.98
$ 1,00
Gur Alert Buyer in New York secured 100 pieces of fine
grade China Matting at far below the regular price,
New designs in Checks and Fancy Stripes,
high as $12.00 a roll. Your choice, per roli of 40
$ 7.50
Handsome French Lingerie Waists—hand made—the
$ 1.00
latest designs. Very effectively trimmed with Cluny,
Val. Lace and beautiful Medalions.
$ 1.49
Value as
Regular $5.00
$ 3.98
$ 1.00
75 c
0 f>6
Mr. E. L. Barber returned this
week from an extended visit to rel
atives in Madison county.
Rev. H. G. Hawkins returned
this week from a canvassing trip
through southeast Mississippi.
Miss Nellie Chambliss of Natch
ez is visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. T.~
Mr. Duncan McDougall of the
delta is visiting his old home.
Prof. T. V. Rush is attending
the Brookhaven normal.
Mrs. Clark and Miss Helen
Helm of the delta are visiting their
sister, Miss Ann Helm.
Rev. W. H. Lewis left Monday
for Moss Point to be présentât the
marriage of his sister.
Miss Gladys Williams of Glass
has been visiting Miss Mary
Mrs. W. E. Parker came down
from Vicksburg last week and spent
several days here.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Brownlee
attended the Baldwin-Brownlee
wedding at Clinton, La., Tuesday.
Miss Harriet Riteman is visiting
her sister in Lexington.
Mrs. L. J. Butler, Mrs. Wm.
Herlitz and children and Mrs. D.
C. Anderson left last week, via
New Orleans and New York, for a
trip to Catskill Mountains.
Mrs. W. T. Jefferies and daugh
ter, Miss Mary, of Vicksburg are
visiting Mrs. J. V. Harris.
Mrs. J. A. Askew is visiting rel
atives at Martin, Tenn.
Misses Louise Hughes and Mary
Daniell left yesterday for a six
weeks' trip to Canada.
Miss Mary Parker left last week
for Laurel where she is engaged in
the telephone exchange.
Miss Mary Agnes Pearson is en
joying the waters of White Sulphur
Springs, Ga.
Miss Ruth Hedrick and niece of
Indianola are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Hedrick at Elmwood Springs.
Miss Enfield Wharton has re
turned to Union Church.
Mr. Paul Wharton is visiting
relatives at Union Church.
Mrs. F. K. Walker of Columbus
is visiting relatives here.
Miss R. H. Turpin left to-day
for Tensas parish, La., where she
will spend three months.
Mr. J. T. Drake, left Monday for
Maryland where he will visit friends
for a month or more.
Mr. F. C. Holly of Yazoo City
is visiting his brother D. C. Holly
Mrs. J. P. Morris and child left
this week for their former home in
the delta. On Aug. ist, Mr. Mor
ris will join them, as he will not
be with Pope Drug Co. after that
Mr. N. J. Owen of Selma, Ala.,
attended the marriage of his sister
this week.
Sister M. Genevieve of St. Jos
eph's Academy, Baton Rouge, La.,
is visiting her relative Mrs. Beard.
Messrs. Nathan and Emanuel
Welsch, after a visit of several
weeks to home folks, returned to
day to their duties in Texas.
Laz. and Gladys Bloch of Vicks
burg are visiting their aunt, Mrs.
B. H. Levy.
This week the Port Gibson Fe
male College received application
for a room for next session from a
young lady who lives in Chickasha,
The quarterly meeting of Camp
167, U. C. V., will beheld Monday,
July 6th, 1908.
R. A. Owen, Com:
Thos. M. Rea, Adjt.
Yard wide guaranteed Taffeta
Silk, value $1.25; special, 79c.
Heidenreich Bros.
The Farmers' Union will give a
a big picnic at Sarepta on the 4th,
next Saturday. •
Hard Times Sale begins. Friday,
June 26th, at 9 a. m., for 10 days.
Heidenreich Bros.
An important meeting of the
Daughters of the Confederacy will
beheld at the residence of Mrs. C,
A. Taliaferro Monday afternoon at
5:30 o'clock.
Thousands of yards of Calicoes,
Ginghams and Lawns during this
sale at 3c.
Heidenreich Bros.
Garden Hose, Reels and Nozzles.
Plumber and Tinner.
Wade & Smith have removed their
confectionery into the building on
Main street recently occupied by
Barber Bros. They have just ad
ded an exceedingly handsome soda
fountain, and otherwise improved
their business.
Thousands of yards of Calicoes,
Ginghams and Lawns during this
sale at 3c.
Heidenreicli Bros.
The colored uormal, being con
ducted by Profs. A. M. Addison,
W. W. Blackburn aud J. B. Green,
has an enrollment of 62 pupils.
Last Friday Mr. J. M. Taylor de
livered an excellent and highly ap
preciated address to the teachers.
Other whites will talk to the school
during the month's session.
Hard Times Sale begins Friday,
June 26th, at 9 a. m., for 10 days.
Heidenreich Bros.
Just received a new
line of Fruit Jars, all
sizes, at close prices,
extra tops and rub
bers. All sizes Pre
serving Kettles.
Laz Levy's Sons
All the Medicines advertised in this
paper are on sale at Pope Drus; Co.
Only Five Brands of Paint
met with the requirements of the Pure Paint Law of
North Dakota, and DEVOE was one of the five.
DEVOE LEAD and ZINC was the only paint manu
factured east of the Mississippi River that did meet with
the requirements of this law.
/ When figuring the cost of a job of painting don't
forget to take into consideration the fact that DEVOE is
strictly pure, full measure, takes fewer gallons, lasts
longer, and looks better.
for sale by
The Claiborne Hardware Co
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Last Sunday the eclipse of the
sun was plainly visible here, and
was the sourse of much interest.
At least one-third of the sun was
obscured by the shadow, and this
condition continued for more than
an hour.
Jap. Silk, all colors; special, 39c.
Heidenreich Bros.
County School Board Meets.
For the benefit of those who
may have business with the School
Board, I wish to announce that
the annual meeting will be held
Monday, July 27th.
T. V. RUSH, Pres.
Call and inspect our
new line of Buggies.
Laz Levy's Sons
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.Fay Brown died at their home
in Port Gibson on Monday night,
and the remains were taken to
Hermanvilie, where other members
of the family are interred for, bur
ial yesterday morning.
Just received a new
and complete line of
Harnessand Saddlery
Laz Levy's Sons
Protestant Cemetery Association.
Prebiottsly acknowledged-$8299.oo
Mrs. E. N. Cade..
Mrs. B. B. McCaleb.
Mrs. J. M. Magruder.....
Mrs. L. A. Morris.-.
Mrs. M. S. Humphreys.
Free every Wednes
day night from 8 to 9.
Pope Drug Co.
Sour Milk,
Cream Cheese
Delivered Twice Daily
Phone No. 129
Lovers of Good Liquor.
Mr. G. W. Wheeless has been
the victim of over-zealous lovers of
good whiskey. Since he closed
his saloon years ago, he has had
stored in a back room several bar
rels of fine liquor. He never had
occasion to go into the room until
recently, when, to his amaeement,
ne found that the larger part cf
his liquid property had vanished.
Several arrests have been made,
and revelations are looked for
when the case comes before Justice
Colson to-morrow.
Our Hard Time Sale is strictly
for cash.
Heidenreich Bros.
Francis L. McCaleb, the well
known turfman, was quietly mar
ried to Miss Alice Maude Dallard
at Chicago, Illinois, on Thursday,
June 25th. The bride is the daught
er of the late Col. George Dallard,
U. S. A., and who was with the
guns of Doubleday at the high tide
of Gettysburg. Mr. McCaleb is
the seventh son of Hon. E. How
ard McCaleb of New Orleans, and
one of the younger brothers of Dr.
James F. McCaleb of Cold Springs
Plantation, Claiborne county, Mis
* *
See our line of Wat
er Coolers and Ice
Cream Freezers, all
Laz Levy's Sonsj
Mosquito Bars
Iron Beds!
Specially fine line
And all other seosonable goods in quantity,
of handsome Refrigerators, porcelain and zinc lined.
thing else in the Furniture line.
All of our stock will be sold cheap for cash or on easy monthly payments/
Levy & Elelecb.
farmer and Carroll Streets.
Miss Helen Brownlee, daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Brownlee,
formerly of Port Gibson but now of
Clinton La., was married Tuesday
morning of this week to Col. Wil
liam Baldwin, an attorney of Co
lumbus, the father of the bride
Only the members of the family
bride were present.
The couple met while the bride
was a student of the Industrial In
stitute and College. For the past
few years she has been a teacher in
the same school.
After a trip of a few weeks to
New Orleans, Chattanooga and Sa
vannah, the newly-wedded couple
will make their home in Columbus.
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A new and complete
line of Tod Buggies,
Run-a-bouts, Phae
tons and Surreys.
Laz Levy's Sons
I have a nice line of
Eye Glasses
Smoked Glasses
Your eyes examined free,
tee every pair or money refunded. All
kinds of repair work on Glasses. Your
Bifocal Lenses can be cleaned here.
I Guaran
E. HIBOU, Jeweler.

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