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interest cers, Best gives Drug will with the the year, may like THE REVEILLE THURSDAY, MAR. 17. IQ 10 - if Mr. Frank H. Foote of V icks burg is at the home of Mr. A. K. Brashear, being somewhat indis posed. _ An immense stock of newest de signs in Spring Dress Goods at WM. CAHN & CO. Mr. A. L. Newman, recently railroad agent at Russum, is here for a few days vacation before go ing back to work; he will probably be assigned to some point in the Delta.—Fayette Chronicle. A nice line Ready-to-wear Dress es at WM. CAHN & CO. . Mr. W. J. Manns is having his jewelry store thoroughly repaired and beautified. _ Large variety of Laces and Em broidery on exhibition at WM. CAHN & CO. are two had lar? rain Mr. L. P. Williams, one of the oldest citizens of the county, is critically ill as his home uere. M. M. Marx is in the market for good, fat, Cattle.__ your Rev. R L* Benn will preach at Hermauville Sunday afternoon at Everybody is cordially 3 o'clock, invited. tion the Don't fail to read the advertise ment of David Bock's Department Store. What you see in the ad you will find in the store. .If you are in town look at the Show Win dows. Don't fail to attend the big Sale given Monday, commenc ing at 9 a m. sharp. David Bock's Department Store. Rev. Dr. G. Gordon Smeade, Archdeacon, Miss., will conduct divine services in the Episcopal church next Sunday morning and night. The public cordially invit tin. IOC The ed. WANTED TO BUY—Five hun dred head of fat Cattle. M. M. MARX. ed Mr. H. R. Guthrie announces that he has sold all of his Simpkins seed which he has been ad cotton vertising through the columns of the Reveille. An immense stock of newest de signs in Spring Dress Goods at WM. CAHN & CO. « in Rev. M. M. Black will deliver his illustrated lecture, "Lessons at the college from the Stars, chapel this evening at eight o'clock. Stereopticon views will be shown connection with the lecture which is said to be very fine. in An immense stock of newest de signs in Spring Dress Good WM. CAHN & CO. sat Game Called Off. "The game of basketball which to have been played between the Indians of Vicksburg and Milk Maids of Port Gibson to-morrow afternoon has been called off. David Bock's Department Store has the Exclusive Agency for the Queen Quality Shoe for ladies, The Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls and children, The Barry—above all—Shoes for Men, The Monarch and Cluett, Peabody Shirts, The Arrow Brand Collars, Warner's Rust Proof and Red Fern Corsets, Carhartt Over alls, and we sell the best suits on earth for the price of $10. was Card of Thanks. We desire to publicly thank our friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness and sympathetic expressions dring our recent be reavement. Mrs. J. D. Millsaps and Family. A nice line Ready-to-wear Dress-1 WM. CAHN & CO. es at Our Display of Spring Goods is just as complete as ever and we expect to do business notwithstanding cries of "bard times. Our )> Millinery Department is replete in all that is catchy and stylish, and our trimmer, Mrs. Anderson will be as anxious to please you as she has always been. We solicit your patronage. Wm. Gabe & Ce. Ao Awful Eruption of a volcano excites brief interest, and yonr interest in skin eruptions will be as short, Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, their quickest cure. Even the worst boils, ul cers, or fever sores are soon healed by it. Best for Burns, Cuts Bruises, Sore Lips. Chapped Hands Chilbains and Piles It gives instant relief. 25c. at J. A. Shreve si Drug Store.__ Large variety of Laces and Em broidery on exhibition at WM. CAHN & CO. Rice Mill to be Erected. Mr. J. W. Harmon of Willows will erect a rice mill in connection with his gin. He proposes to have the mill in operation to bandle the present crop. Several planters perimenting with rice this year, and, with a mill convenient, may find it profitable. Watch-Dog That Wouldn't Watch. Pay more for Devoe; be glad to. full-measure and honest. Paint is a watch-dog. How would you like a watch-dog that wouldn't watch from to five o'clock in the morning? That s if you use are ex It is two short-measure. How would you like a watch-dog that had a way of wagging his tail at a burg lar? That's false paint-. The burglar is rain and snow. Go by the name: CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO. Devoe lead-an4*ri nc - TO MY CAMPAIGN MANAGERS Now is the time for you to do your work for me. Thanking you. FLORINE LEVY, Tiraes-Democrat Candidate. Teachers' Association. Program of Teachers' Associa tion to be held at Martin, Friday, March 25, 8 p. m.: How to Arouse School Pride in the Community—Miss Adelia Mar tin. Good Housekeeping in the School Room— Miss Sara Gullege, Miss Ruth Segrest. Some Suggestions for Organ izing Literary Societies in Schools—Mrs. Nesmith. Why is the Tendency of Modern Education Away from the Farm ? The Remedy— Mr. Russell, Mr. Rural Davis. Is Yonr School to be Represent ed in the Corn Growing Contest To he answered In this Year? each teacher Answer to roil call with an ap propriate quotation. Saved A Soldier's Life Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreeable to J. A. Stone, of Kemp, Tex., than facing it from what doctors said was consumption. "I contracted a stubborn cold, he writes, « 'that developed a cough, that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years. My weight ran down to 130 pounds. Then I j began to use Dr. King's New Discovery, which completely cured me. I now weigh 178 pounds." For Coughs, Colds, La Grippe, Asthma, Hemorrhage, Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping Cough and lung trouble, it's supreme, socandli.oo. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by J. A. Shreve. Druggist. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! Do not miss this splendid opportunity to se The new styles are now ready, lect your wearing apparel from the complete variety of styles shown only by Chas. A. Stevens & Bros., Chicago whd make a specialty of High Grade wearing apparel for Women, Misses and Children at Popular Prices. PI-RASE CALL I cheerfully offer you any assistance I can render you i ions, taking measurements, making alterations and delivering the roods to you the same lrw prices you woule pay for the same goods in their store or ordered through their catalogue. AND SEE THF. BEAUTIFUL FASHION PLATES AND SAMPLES making your select m at JENNIE M. BERRY REPRESENTING CHAS. A. STEVENS ft BROS., CHICAGO 4BP MillineryOpening Monday and Tuesday, March 21st and 22d All of tlie latest Fall and Winter styles will be on dis I also carry a good line of Dry play. Come and See them. Goods and Notions. MISS M. MENDOLA, In Store formerly occupjed by G. J. Nosser. We are Agents for Kingman Corn and Cotton Planters Ledbetter One Seed Planters Blue Ribbon Plows Wß carry a Gomplste Una oi Agricultural Implements and Plow 6sar« The Claiborne Hardware Co PORT GIBSON MISS. ■ f - Candidate for Times-Democrat's An F Free European Tour District 14 1 thank my friends for their lib eral support in my canvass and ask that they continue sending me sub scriptions, also clip coupons on 2d page of the Times Democrat and send to me, for allot which I thank you in advance. old FLORINE LEVY, Candidate, Port Gibson. Don't sell your surplus Cattle without showing first to M. M. MARX. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Tin Kind You Hava Always Bought Bears the Signature of Large variety of Laces and Em broidery on exhibition at WM. CAHN & CO. er Ice in small quantities delivered daily for 25 cents per week; larger amounts a little more. C. M. HOWARD. Smithing. Any thing that is mechanical m that I can handle I can repair, j p Have tâckled almost everything from a case knife to an engine. I frequently get guns and pistols J that have been hammered by other smiths. It costs more to undo their work. Send to me direct and save Boll weevil times and boll J. A. BOLLS. money, weevil prices. History of Port Gibson by H.G. Hawkins, 20 pages, 10 cents per For sale at Shreve's Drug , OCt28tf copy. Store. FOUND.—A gold breast-pin. Owner can have property by call ing at Reveille and proving owner ship. __ POSTED—Vfv plantation against hunting an<i .1 lier tiespassing. Mrs. E. R. Montgomery. If your .for Guns Typewriters Clocks Sewing flachlnes I j v > . and he w jjj re p- 4 ir them at prices to suit the times, Hnp 4T c.w HILL SHOP AT SAW HILL need repairs, notifyi J. L. BROWN WANTED—A good milk cow. Apply at Reveille office. - mchi7-2t __ WANTED—A good blacksmith. An all-round man for general re pair work. Apply to F j. T. TREVILION, Willows. mchio-tf For Sale at a Bargain Motor boat. Apply lo Reveille. For Sale One good Tennessee Jack, price reasonable, or will exchange for Also one five year other stock, old saddle and harness mare. E. C. JORDAN, Port Gibson, Miss. mchi7 22 Acers for Sale of land with 5 room 22 acres dwelling at Willows for sale. Ap ply to me at my boarding house in Port Gibson. MRS. M. E. GRIFFING. Hogs for Sale Two high grade young Poland China sows for sale. H. H. CRISLER. For Rent One suit of rooms suitable for light housekeeping in the Magrud er house, formerly occupied l>y J Apply at this office. P. Stewart. mchio-2t Lands for Sale Near Ingleside, Miss ; m ore or less, known as j p j ne place, in Claiborne county. Apply to LAZ. LEVY'S SONS, J Port Gibson, Miss, 500 acres, j the McAl-j - mchio~4t Fox Terriers High class fox terriers for sale. Fox terriers—no rats. W. A. FIFE, Hermanville. mchio-4t For Sale White Wyandotte Eggs, $1.50 The laying kind. J. F. JORDAN, Martin. .for 15 * inch3-2 m 7 1000 Barrels Ear Corn Closely slip-shucked, 85 cents to local trade. mch3-tf L N. TILL, Russum. Cottage for Rent With all modern improvements. Apply to . mch 3 ~ 4 t LAZ. LEVY'S SONS. 1 mcb3 For Sale A lot of good horses, mares and colts at reasonable figures. COHN BROS., Lorman, Miss. have For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs, $1 MRS. H. H. CRISLER. for 15 Light Brahma Eggs $1.50 per 15 ; $2.50 per 30. MRS. J. A. LORD, Hermanville, Miss. febi7-3tn For Sale or Rent The house recently occupied by Dr. W. S. Varnado. Apply to A. K. BRASHEAR. febio Rhode Island Red Eggs and some grown chickens for sale. Best strains, principally De Graff's, America's leading R. I. R. breeds. Eggs,,$1.50 per setting of J MRS. J. M. TAYLOR. Cottage for Rent. J Recently occupied by Mrs. Red ish. Improvements to suit tenant. J. W. PERSON. 15* febio 4BP Apply deci6-tf. POSTED.—Greenwood Planta tion, against hunting, fishing and j This means you, all trespassing. please do not ask. pleasure to refuse. H. W. M. DRAKE. It is no I so dis Dry FOR SALE—Good double store I with upstair apartments, 117-118 Carroll street, Port Gibson, Miss. Recently re-shingled, and re-fin ished inside. Will let it go at a bargain. For prices and terms ap ply to T. N. BRASHEAR. | MONEY TO LEND.—C.-H. , . Academy has money to lend on | real estate. Apply to A. K. BRASHEAR, Sec'y. * H _ ■MONEY TO LEND.-We can ueeotiate loans on farm lands, at fow ratosand on long time. Not more than forty per cent, of value loaned, and only on first mortgage, E S. & J, T. & H. W. M. Drake. J Letters of Administration upon 1 the estate of J. D. Millsaps, de ceased, were granted to the under-1 signed upon the 16th day of March, A. D. 1910. All persons | having claims against said estate are notified to have the same pro bated and registered by the Clerk of the Chancery Court of Claiborne County, Mississippi, within one year, and failure so to do will cause any claims not so probated and registered to be forever barred. JOHN W. CLARK, Administrator. Notice to Creditors f mehr? FATHER 80- MOTHER 76 The aged father and mother of a prominent Boston lawv safely carried through the last two winters by I A er Yffibl I . The son says : " My father ** and mother owe their present strength and good health to Vinol. During the last two m trying winters neither of them had a cold, and were able to walk farther and do more than for years. I think Vinol is perfectly wonderful. It certainly is the greatest blood-making, strengthening tonic for old people I ever heard of." We want every feeble old person In ibis town to try Vinol. We will return their money without question If It does not accomplish all we claim for it. POPE DRUG CO., Port G'^son. if Ledbetter ONE SEED PLANTERS, ~A fj -FOR COTTON, CORN, PEAS, MILLET, MAIZE. SORGHUM ETC. THfej Plants One Seed at Time j and gives every plant growing room, chopping room, air, sunshine and nourishment. - V Every Feature Guaranteed SEND FOR DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET ScbwartzJ& Stewart, ffctcbez, Miss., Agents for Blount True Blue Plows and Planet Jr. Cultivators IcHOOLOF BUS?NESS/' SOULE COLLEGE, NEvV ORLEANS, LA. Should be given the best training to r»re pare'them for success in business. Personal Instruction, .Froe Employ nient Department, Complete College Bank, College Store a iG V/holesal Offices. No misrepresentations il î ecure stts dents. Through the success of it 23000 former students, Slit ule Collée Is recognised everywhere a ï a Wid Avr fee, Practical, Popullt ;ind Sue 'essful School. . „ _ ___ GEO. SOD! i & SON YOUF r 09, DELINQUENT TAX LIST (Realty.)* the front door of the Court House at Port Gibson, Clai I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at borne County, Mississippi, on MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1910, which the taxes (State and County) within the hours prescribed by law, the followj^g described lands, on have not been paid for the fiscal year 1909. B. H. MOREHEAD, Tax Collector. By C. E. MASON, Deputy Tax Collector, Ptrj Total* $1 Co, Tax. Dam. S. Tax. Val. A. S. T. R. .20 IO - 2e ii ie Description NAME Owner Unknown .20 55 $ 220 ^ part . part. part. part .. part. part.. part .. part j . P a rt . part s w % part..— part part. part- part . part. part.. part. and Lila Andrews-s e % . .20 78 28 34 1 1 •20 20 5 .19 11 2e . . „27 ii 2e .70 11 2e .71 11 2e 18 .11 11 4e 22 ..16 ii 4e 23 ..: 17 ii 4 e 59 ..21 il 4e 55 .35 n 4 e 40 .17 U 5 e 20 .10 12 3e 100 ..15 î 2 4e 55 .45 12 4e 84 336 .'..29 13 2e 63 ..56 13 3 e 31 .. 29 13 4e 104 .50 !3 4« .20 44 II «* .20 28 140 11 .20 72 « « .20 IIO • î .20 69 «1 236 *$17.40 $26.20 $4-37 - 20 $5i'63 <4 220 by 4 4 .20 24O <4 .20 60 « • .20 200 << .20 270 • 1 .20 << .20 189 4 c for De R. of J osn .20 94 <1 .20 3 12 J 160 480 4« .20 ! .96 .20 10,96 5-76 3-84 n e % of s e % of n • w H ..-• Est. Joseph Brady-w )4 of n w % J q 60 r Barnes-.part Red- j| tck Bu u oc k...pt lot 5,sq i,0 T P G Bernar( } B i oc k.lot 5, sq 6, O T P G 41 80 160 63 13 4 e 2 10 4e 80 3 10 4e 160 800 29 12 3e 79 474 } *20 80 *7.56 8.01 1.56 .20 .71 .20 .20 .20 .40 .20 9*36 4.26 1. 13 2.25 6.24 4 4 2.84 2*43 ,90 4.65 1.80 J .20 20 5 4 11 2e 22 11 2e L. R. and J. A. Currie_part part 7*83 ,67 .20 2.62 208 3-94 5 2 t 1 .20 208 5 2 .27 11 2e part pt lots i and 2, sq 34, St Mary.. « « and j Mary Dorsey you, 8.45 .20 4-50 *75 3.00 500 .86 .06 .20 .36 • 2 4 40 10 59 13 4e 15 11 4e no I E. S. Emrick--part -.-. Mrs. Julia C. Griffing. n w corner lot 4 part sq I, Russum lot 6, sq 32, Martin ÿ of n e % and pts w yi of n w j^3° 1*45 .69 .II .20 .15 *20 .08 .20 •45 25 75 1.85 1.04 .60 .90 100 Geo. Green.-. Rebecca Garrisou... store I J. W. Hampton Miss. McKinley Hardiman re-fin- Lucy Johnson.—1— at a " . ap- Julia Ann Jones- — | Rosa King. .46 •30 50 s e 5-15 1.80 .45 »20 .23 .20 2.70 I.36 60 300 10 4e 11 ie 3 10 2e 18 10 2e 2.69 .90 150 30 44 .part } .20 44 176 part 6.32 .54 *20 .38 .20 182 3-23 2.26 26 2.15 I.50 part 4-24 250 pt out lot sq C. St M part ... part... part. .20 } 80 4 10 2e 20 .68 11 2e 24 . 5 11 3 e 100 —.13 !3 Ie 100 12 ie 418 1254 .28 .20 3*44 1.11 1.65 3.00 4.5° *75 104 * 4 8.45 .20 500 . Ike Lawson. on | Est H g. Levy 1.85 .15 ,20 1.88 .20 .60 .90 100 all 20.90 11.29 7.53 13 part.— }( of s e Ya and e of n w % of s ej^34 10 4e 12 12 2e 18 12 2e * H G. L-Manning. _ Mrs. M. O. McClure-. s e 2.25 .37 '20 4-31 .28 .05 .20 .71 .68 .20 7.63 .40 .20 4.65 .20 .20 22.27 62 248 1.49 can at J. w.rean-. .. Not Est. Ben Roberts value A'| nes 2" 8 jase K.ee ^. .18 30 10 ..part. .. part out lot. ...pt lot 5,Sq2,0 T P G 3-75 2-25 3.00 1.80 500 30° 81 243 1 part.55 *3 4 e lots 3, 4, 5 and 6—60 13 4e 153 lots i, 2, 7, 8 and 9-60 13 4e 204 lot 14, sq 7, Martin 11.82 7.88 1.97 459 .20 612 c < La Fayette Roach-. J Wm. Stanley Snodgrass-part upon 1 N. Spencer.-.-..part — de under-1 Dudley Stuart of persons | Mrs . j t a. Thomas estate A> Williams pro- Mary Walters Clerk j 0 hn Welborne.„...part out lot g st< Angie Young_ptlots 1 and 2, sq 7» one O T P G - will probated barred. 3-50 1.80 .30 .20 1.20 200 40 3 i° Ie 4 ii 2e 102 22 11 2e 10 ie } .20 816. 60 408 20 100 1 .20 ax.8x 7.78 11.68 x.95 part i s f .20 - 9 ..part 5-83 .20 1.97 2.97 -49 3.12 4.68 1.20 1.80 228 .22 11 iw 57 „ 2 ii 3e 13 ° y of e y of s w % 3 10 4e ..7 ii 4 e .18 12 2e part «< 8.78 3-50 1*52 *•54 .78 .20 .30 *2° .12 .20 .12 .20 520 part 80 200 w 5# 80 .48 .72 . —.lot 3 .68 •54 90 6.80 ,60 *20 •59 *20 f *20 XO.56 1,76 .20 8Q,l6 400 2.40 3.60 2.34 3*52 6.65 .46 12 4e 39 39° .. 4 II 3e I48 296 -57 11 3e 272 -43 ii 4 e 10 28 12 3e 40 160 Juo. F. Weiss C. McMnrcby. part part part part 688 7.04 «f •20 : if .20 part U \ HHHH» ,«*»•»' REAL ESTATE I am frequently receiving in uqiries from parties who want small places near Port Gibson. A number of large places are listed with me for sale. Par ties wanting to buy or sell property will do well to ad dress J. M. TAYLOR Chamberlain-Hunt Academy PORT GIBSON, MISS. Classical, Science, Business Courses New Management; New Faculty; New Laboratory. Agricultural feature added. Best equipped school for boys in South. Endorsed by University Presidents. Rates $50 for day, $225 for boarding, pupils. Write for catalogue.; M. E. MELVIN. A. M„ PRESIDENT. LEVY & WELSCH CD. Funeral Directors Phone, 105 Residence, 5 Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter.