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THE REVEILLE
THURSDAY, AUG. 18. iqio
personal
Mr. Max Wander has returned
from a trip to Jennings, La.
Miss Hannah Frishman of New
Orleans is visiting her sister, Mrs.
P. H. Trax 1er!
Mrs. G. W. Patterson of the
delta is visiting Mrs. E. E. Cronin.
Mrs. M. E. Jordan and grand
son, Willie, have gone to Texas to
visit relatives.
Mr. Peyton Harrison of Wash
ington county is visiting friends.
Mrs. H. N. Spencer is visiting
her sister in St. Francisville, La.
Mr. J. T. Drake was called to
Monteagle, Tenn., last week by
the illness of his father.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Guthrie
and children left this morning for
month's stay at Waynesboro, Va.
Mrs. Andrews Wilkinson and
Maury Wilkinson are at
Brown's Wells.
Miss Marie Levy has returned R
home after a five weeks' enjoyable?
triD to New Orleans and Baton
iiiy
J.
C.
of
a
Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Musgrove
and Miss Julia Musgrove have
moved to New Orleans, leaving
for their new home Monday.
Mrs. P. Skipwitb and children
visiting relatives in Memphis.
Mr. Skipwitb is in the east on bus
iness.
Dr. J. F. McCaleb and Mr. }.
M. Taylor are attending the round
up farmers' institute at Starkville.
Mr. Taylor is on program for an
address on "Dairy Farming."
Mr. Clifford Smith is at home
from an extended trip to Tallulah,
are
ral
is
La.
Rev. M. E. Melvin of Port Gib
son was in the city yesterday and
called at the News office,
ports that there are very few rooms
left for the opening in September.
Inquiries ate coming in every mail.
This worthy institution has had a
remarkable growth in the past few
years.— Jackson News.
6 doses m 666'' will cure any
of Chills and Fever Price 25c.
Born, to Rev. and Mrs. R. L.
Benn, Aug. l8tb, à daughter.
Rev. J. L. Neill is conducting
a revival at Martin, assisted by
Rev. C. W. Crisler of Jackson.
a
He re
by
5 or
case
$15.00, $18.00 and $20.00 M%h *5
Cravaneite Suits for
Priestley's
$10,00 at
David Bock's Department Store.
of
of
Henry Forster, son of the late
Bernard Forster, was killed by an
elevator at Vicksburg last Thurs-
day.
25c and 50c Crystal Glass Vases
mn sale Monday for 10c at
David Bock's Department Store.
Congressman Collier has suc
ceeded in getting a survey made
of Big Black river. The engi
neers are at work now.
Mrs. C. A. Barber, sister-in-law
of Dr. J. W. Barber and sistejr of
the late Mrs. W. H. Huntley, died
at Jackson last week.
All work left with me over time
will be sold in 30 days, as I will
close up Sept. 1. E- MOSER*
aug4-4t
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Rev. R. L. Benn will preach
at the Hermanville Presbyterian
church Sunday afternoon at three
o'clock. Everybody is cordially
invited.
_i-
The remains of Mr. Lucien
Bland, an aged citizen of Tensas
parish, La., were brought to Port
Gibson for byirial Sunday,
died the day before.
in
by
St.
He
Ice in small quantities delivered
daily for 25 cents per week; larger
amounts a little more.
C M. HOWARD.
J. B. Chrisman, grandson oi the
late Judge Chrisman, was arrested
in the southern portion of the state
last week and taken to Canton on
It is
charge of embezzlement,
id that a Port Gibson institution
a
sai
transaction with this
lost $20 in a
young artist.
6 doses "666*' will cure any
f Chills and Fever. Price 25c.
5 <> r
case o
Recently at Danville, Ky., Col.
and Mrs. Nicholas McDowell cele
brated their 50th wedding anniver
Seven brothers and sisters
sary.
of M rs. McDowell were present at
tbe celebration. The happy cou
ple are intimate friends of Mrs. S.
F. Gage o£ Port Gibson.
Dysentery is a dangerous disease, but
be cured. Chamberlain 's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy has been suc
cessfully used in nine epidemics of dysen
tery. It has never been known to fail. It
is equally valuable for children and adults,
and when reduced with water and sweet
ened, it is pleasant to take. Sold by all
dealers.
can
specimens of
is season was
Among the firf
corn brought inJ
raised by jtt. J. W. Porter
has a large field
some
of Peyton.
which he says
bushels per acr<
ill average forty
If your liver is sjjggish and out of tone,
and you feel dull, Bilious, constipated, take
a dose of Chamberllin's Stomach and Liv
efore retiring and you
the morning. Sold by
on
The mem bers of the Uniförm
R an k 0 f the Hermanville W. O.
w who atteuded the Gulfport en
campment are as lollows:
J G. Hannie, Captain; R. P.
Herrington, ist Lieut.; E- M. Hol
liday, ist Se'gt ; L. L. Shelby, 2d
Sergt.; A G. Nosser, 3d Sergt.;
J. M. Lane, 4th Sergt.; D C.Pitts,
C. E. Barrett, R. E Fife, E. V.
er Tablets tonight
will feel,all right/
all dealers. /
The Doll Contest ends Saturday
ait io p. m.
>OPE DRUG CO.,
Joseph Bros., Props.
Mr. R. W' Wade, a former resi
dent of fimerson county but now
residing in Colorado, writes: "I
read tb- letter of Mr. Jones of
Califorri a with a good deal of in
terest, àïrè-t-§£e it here as it is in
The sodtWiagJhe best
labor there is of the kind.
that state.
n
Remember, 1 bottle of Digest it
entitles tbe purchaser to 1000 votes
both doll and piano to the end
of doll contest only.
POPE DRUG CO.,
Joseph Bros., Props.
Davenport, I. D. Davis, A D.Mil
ler, L. L., Griffin, f. Nosser, J. L.
Torrey, J. A. Gradick, T E Sugg,
Privates; Thomas Junes. Mascot.
When the digestion is 'all right, the ac
tion of the bowels regular, there is a natu
ral craving and relish for food. When this
is lacking you may know that you need a
dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They strengthen the digestive
organs, improve the appetite and regulate
the-bowels." Sold by all dealers
Another Sil ».
Mr. H. W. M. Drake is erecting
a 130-ton silo on his Greenwood
plantation. TI is makes the third
silo for Claiborne.
B. Fried in New York
Don't put in your order until
Fried comes from N Y. with his
new line of fall and winter goods
by Aug. 30.
Veterans to Meet.
Tbe Claiborne Camp, U. C. V.,
will meet on the first Monday of
September. The Pension Board
wilKalso meet on that day.
A. K. JONES, Com.
THOS. M. REA, Adjt.
Struck a Rich Mine.
S. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., says he
struck a.perfect mine of health in Dr.
King's New Life Pills, for they cured him
of Liver and Kidney Trouble after 12 years
of suffering. They are the best pills on
earth for Constipation, Malaria, Head-
ache, Dyspepsia, Debility. 25c. at J. A.
Shreve's Drug Store.
The following boys have been
given appointments to the A. & M.
College by the Supt. of Education:
Bernard Moore, Port Gibson.
S. T. Hamilton, Port Gibson.
Oscar Gowins, Barland.
Ernest Goza, Wilsonville.
Fred Sprott, Port Gibson.
Johnnie Cooper, Hermanviile.
Howard Rush, Brandywine.
The following girls have been
appointed to tbe I. I. & C.:
Miss Virginia Dudley, Herman
ville.
Miss Grace Dudley, Herman
ville.
Miss Mary Judith Flowers, Her
man ville.
Miss Emma Lee Vardaman, Her
manville.
HOW DO YOU FEEL?
Do you experience a sense of weariness
in excess of the natural tiredness justified
by your labor.? Do you lack natural am
bition, and have spells of despondency,
with dark forebodings of the future? Do
you worry about really unimportant mat
ters, and feel cross and fretful at times?
St. Joseph's Liver Regulator is what you
need, either liquid or powders: as you pre
fer. It will better your condition. The
liquid sells at 50 cents a bottle, powders 25
cents a box, by druggists and general mer
chants.
MOWERS
and RAKES
I
;
We agents for
DEERING
McCORMICK
WALTER A. WOOD
CHAMPION
Get our prices before buying
The Claiborne Hardware Co
M
Hours Changed.
Hon. P. E. Quinn has changed
his speaking hours in this county
as follows:
Friday, Aug. 19th:
Martin,» 10 a. m.; Port Gibson, 3
Saturday, August 20th;
p. m.
Rocky Springs, 11 a. m.j Hickory
Ridge, 4 p. m.
' Staggers Skeptics.
That a clean,' nice, fragrant compound
like Bucklen 's Arnica Salve will instantly
relieve a bad burn, cut, scald, wound or
piles, staggers skeptics. But great cures
prove it's a wonderful healer of the worst
sores, ulcers, boils, felons, eczema, skin
eruptions, as also chapped bands, sprains
and corns. 25c at J. A. Shreve's Drug
Store.
' Dull Contest.
The following is a list of the con
testants, together with the vote of
each, for Mabel, the Pope Drug
Co's, handsome doll ;
Jack Morehead
Libfcy-Eeuuisi
Betty Foster-.'
Bernice Powell...
SisT. Coleman ...
Willie Jordan.
Lucile Perkins ....
Cecile Freeland...
Georgie Maun.
Bunch Hibou .
Corinne Straus.
30,500
...23,000
...22,200
. 3,900
-. 3,600
. 2,500
. 1,800
1,400
. 400
200
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
Ranked High.
The Hermanville Uniform-Rank,
W. O. W., made a high record at
the tri state encampment at Gulf
port last week. It won second
prize in the drill, $175, and a $30
lot, and would bave won first prize
if there had been two more men in
the team. It also won first prize,
$50, in the discipline contest. In
addition to these prizes, Brig. Gen.
Cronin, commanding, wrote a per
sonal letter to Maj. Gen. Yates,
commander of the National team,
commending the conduct and work
of Capt. J. G. Hannie and Lieut.
R. P Herrington for faithfuhser
vice rendered. The Hermanville
Woodmen are justly proud of their
Uuiform Rank.
To My Friends and the Public.
My little girl's registration num-
ber in the Pope Drug Co. Prize
Voting Contest is 6
scriptions to the Reveille will en-
title the subscriber to 3000 votes
on every $2.00 paid in advance. I
will appréciatif it, if when renew-
ing or subscribing, to request the
Reveille to give votes to 6.
- A. S. HALL,
Port Gibson, Miss.
All cash snb-
augi8-4t
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County JVcws
Concluded from Second Page
penter foreman.
Edward Harrell, son of Mr. W.
T. Harrell, has been very sick, but
is improving.
Mrs. H. S. Harrell is on the sick
list again.
We are sorry to learn of Mr.
Floyd Van's illness. He went to
the Natchez hospital last week.
Mrs. M. L. Covington of this
place left for Memphis last week
to visit her son, B. B. Covington.
A CARD.
So many buy their preserves,
jams and jellies that I am con
strained to ask for some orders in
this line. I have had about 18
months' experience since my moth
er's death, and, though quite
young, think I can please the most
exacting taste. We have an abund
ance of Japan plums, peaches and
berries now—later, figs and pears.
By this means Tcan help my father
who has to work so hard in his
unfortunate condition to make a
living.. This is my prompting de
sire, and will appreciate any orders.
ANNIE LAURIE BOLLS.
+
History of Port Gibson by H.G.iCgrii
Hawkins, 20 pages, io cents per
copy. For sale at Sbreve's Drug
Store. oct28tf
3
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For Rent
Whole or in part, the Heiden
reich residence, modern and com
fortable in every respect. Apply to
J. B. HEIDENREICH.
or
FOR SALE—Pair of fine Pea
cocks. Apply at Reveille office.
Feathers for Sate
30 pounds excellent goose feath
MRS. A. R. DAVIDSON,
Red Lick, Miss.
ers.
augii-im
Plantation Preserves and Jellies
Guaranteed pure. Years of ex
perience.
MRS. A. K. SHAIFER, .
Port Gibson.
july28-im
Duroc Jersey Pigs
A few choice registered Duroc
Jersey pigs for sale.
Phone 77-R. H. W. M. DRAKE,
^iuneso-tf
Cheap 4
OaK
Seasoned Oak Wood
cord, delivered.
.P. G. BRICK & MFG. CO.
aug4-2tn
r
All Kinds Fine Hay for Sale
Also do public cutting and baling.
MYLES PERSON.
Write, or phone 58.
aitg4-2tn
Shingles for Sale
Hand-drawn Heart Cypress
Shingles. ,
FOSTER & DOCHTERMAN,
Hankinson.
7
For Rent or Sale'
A residence in Rock-y Springs
with about 40 acres of land,
price and terms apply to
K. S. & J. T. DRAKE.
For
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, find only on first mortgage,
E. S. & J. T. & H. Ws M. Drake.
MONEY TO LEND.'— C.-H.
Academy has money to lend on
real estate. Apply to
A. K. BRASHEAR, Sec'y.
POSTED.—Greenwood Planta
tion, against hunting, fishing and
all trespassing. This means you,
so please do not ask. It is no
pleasure to refuse.
H. W. M. DRAKE.
POSTED—Lands east of town
called "commons." Privacy is
much desired, sn^keep out. This
means you, as ir.js_f 1 o pleasure to
prosecute. ..C. W BURCH.
mai 2 tf
POSTED—Waterloo plantation,
against hunting, fishing and other
trespassing.
J. D & G. \Y. WHEELESS.
mch24-iyr ___
POSTED—Sunset Hill, Colony,
Windsor and Cottonwood planta
tions.
mcli3i-iyr
J. M. MAGRUDER.
POSTED—My plantation against
hunting and other trespassing.
Mrs. E. R. Montgomery.
is» aKrtMH8»tiafe£
BUCK BEE'S BCi.CS EL f ■
Vm special offer
■\'dm Made to build Haw BnslueMo
jay trial will make you a permanent cub- « gg
'mf tomer. Satisfaction, guaranteed or your |l
W money refunded..
f S ouvenir Collection
F if.'? toiiowln » beautiful sort*: tirape Hyafîoth, Feather Il.r» gjl
' clnth, Spring SnpwHake, lilt, Spanish I rid. Scilla«, Sparazb, M
Ranunculus. Snowdrop,Crocus,CMcuodox», Anemone. befl&djL K
Porta Jfcyo Nuti—> » Darwin Tullpt Parrofc Tulip, Variegated W
Foliage Tulip. Oualis. French, Roman and Butch Hyacinth«, M
early and late Tulip«, etc., etc. W
CrFAKANTJEEI> TO PLEASE
Mentio n Ms Paper I
fciSINO 25 CENTS I
to ecver posta-e tad pack!»» and receive till« valuable collection ■
of Bulbs Post; aid, together with mr bis Hlu*trated, lngtructire, ■
Beautiful Ü«d, Bulb ad Plant Book. Tells ail about the Test m
.-ark • ice eff* 's. Bulbfl and Plant«, M
It In c'iSTCit'^ioratloil of a continuous, successful bush»??* M ■
â since 1CJ1, l will present Creo of charge with this Collection I 3*
» Babj Ionian Horned T.;!ip Bulb. The grcai«t floral wonoeî g
^ of Hi*) rgo. ÏM !» Boll) abed Is worth a quarter. at
1 C 21 BTJCKBEE ST. % JgL
ftGCXrCRD, ILL, i
lu
Wrlie l';-elay
H, W. Bus&se
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P
t.
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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.
Notiee to Applicants tor Confed
erate Pensions
By an Act of the last Legislature
I (Chapter 207 Laws 1910) the limit
; to property qualifications for Con
federate Pension was changed from
$400 to $600 ; and the date of mar
riage of widows from 1875 to 1885
in other words, a pensioner will
now be allowed to own as much as"
$600 worth of property, and a wid
ow who married as late as 1885 is
not barred as formerly.
A. K. BRASHEAR, -
Clerk of the Pension Board.
jtilv2itosepti
Rhode Island Red
Eggs and some grown chickens ft>r
sale. Best strains, principally De
Graff's, America's leading R. I. R.
breeds. Eggs, $1.50 per setting of
MRS« J, M. TAYLOR.
15 -
febio
H.G.iCgrii BLKrejo
La,,, —•;> ..ûtory,
Anderson and Co., Apart. 33. K«na«s City, Kb.
' Smithing,
Any thing that is mechanical
fhat I can handle I can repair.
Have tackled almost everything
from a case knife to an engine. I
frequently get guns and pistols
that have been hammered by other
smiths. Itaosts more to undd their
work. Send to me direct and save
money. Boll weevil times and boll j
weevil nriees.
T. A. BOLLS.
Bids for Keeping Poor House
At the regular -September meet
ing of the Board of Supervisors, ou
Monday, September 5th, 1910, at
12 o'clock noon, sealed bids for
keeping the Poor House of Clai
borne County for one year will be
received and considered.
By order of the Board.
- A. K. BRASHEAR, Clerk.
The State of Mississippi.
To Josh Cartwright, Charlie Cart
wright, Limerick Cartwetght,
Bennie Cartwright, Mary Ann
Cartwright and Cytidia Cart
wright:
£U are commanded
to appear
*iancery Court of the
before
County of ClaibcnTf^ÜLiwid State,
011 the ' - - \
First Monday In November, A. D.
1910,
to show cause if any you can, why
the final account (now on file) of
R.— C. Lnm, administrator of the
estate of John Burks, deceased,
shold not he ratified and allowed»
This 18th day of August, 1910.— 3t
A. K. BRASHEAR, Clerk.
C. A. FRENCH, Attorney.
State of Mississippi.
To William A. Martin, Viviau M.
Blum, and Ethel Ellis: /
You are commanded to appear
before the Chancery Court of the
County of Claiborne, inlaid State,
on the
First Holiday of November, A. D.
1910,
to defend the suit in said court of
the Mississippi Southern Bank,
wherein you are defendant.
This ist day of August A. D. 1910.
3 t- *
A. K. BRASHEAR, Clerk.
T. N. Brashrar, *Att'y. •
teMiHiüüt
Academy
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
Classical, Science, Business Courses
New Management;. New Faculty; New
Laboratory. Agricultural feature added.
Best equipped school for boys in South.
Endorséd by University Presidents. Rates
#50 for day/$r8o for boarding, pupils.
Write for catalogue)
MAE. MELVIN. A. M.,
PRESIDENT.
uas
LEVY & WELSCH CO..
Funeral Directors'
Phone, 105
Residence, 151
EDS
Fresh, Beilage, Pure
Guaranteed to Pierse
Every Gardei.fr ar 1
1 jÿf! PlantereV/i'.'! ; t«e
WBPPfjgjWp ru;>erl": i.i-Mitfoi *<uv
jjwWWw X<. rthern Grown Pert*,
WBr special wrEa
FOR 10 CENTS
we will send postpaid our
FAMOUS COLLECTION
:oo
i pits- 60 D*t Tomato . •
1 pkf. Prisrass Kadi.h . .
1 pug. 8«!i-Grow!»|, Oder, .
1 pkf. Earl, Arrow-hrad Cabbaga
1 nkc. Fullerton Market Eettne« .
Alao 13 Varieties Ckeiee Flower Seed«
. 10 «
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Writ« today! Send 10 cents to help pay postal and
packing ani receive the above "Famous Cfcikcticm, to
gether w*th our New ard Instructive Garden Guide.
<}RK ^T KCKTH KRH »KEY»
1221 Host» St . Boctfor d, >i
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The Waiter A. Wood Admiral
A "Little Bit the Best Mower Ever Built
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Also Rakes, Tedders, Carries, Presses, Forks and other Haying Tools at lowest prices.
SCHWARTZ & STEWART, Agents,
NATCHEZ, niSS.
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This name, when it appears on the fall-board of a pi
ano, is an absolute guarantee to the purchaser. When
.the name FORBES
covering the purchase of
tomer has received full value for every dollar invested and
aosolute protection in every way in Wse of any posaible
dissatisfaction. More pianos are sold by the house of
Forbes than any other music house in the South.
appears !
5 "ontract or guarantee
a piar 'v it means that the cus
E. E. Forbes Piano Co
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C. J. ROBERTS, rUnager,
E. Capitol St.
Jackson, Miss.
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PORT GIBSON, MISS.
Sqi'plqs
$50,000
$30,000
il) qll ifs fotfqijcljes
Ä.ccoqjq{s
G. W. WHEELESS, President
W. C. GUTHRIE, Vice President
B. H. MA CRUDER, Cashier
R. G. HASTINGS, Ass't Cashier
Stationery
Printing
The Reveille can supply your
needs. No matter how large or
intricate the job, let us see it.
Plumbing
in all its branches well and cheaply done, and
Tin-Work
of all kinds done in the most approvedjinanner.
Fitting Up
My shop is being wett fitted tip for the business,
and I want your work.
MYLES SMITH.
MONEY LOANED
-ON REAL ESTATE
EASY PAYMENTS
LONG TIME
RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED
The Jackson Loan fit Trust Co.
Jackson, Miss.
Fort Worth, Texas

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