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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, $180 for boarding, pupils.
Write for catalogue.
M. E. MELVIN. A. M.,
PRESIDENT.
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This is an exact representation of the
carton containing a bottle of St, J9
seph's Liquid Liver Rejralator. but it is
much larger than this illustration, and
printed in black ink on a yellow carton. ^
Druggists and general merchants sell it ^
at 60 cents a bottle, or you can get it di- r
rect from us at the same price. This 13 ê
a delightful liver medicine—prompt, 4
effective, and exceedingly pleasant to J
the taste. Try just one bottle to satisfy v
yourself—and you'll buy more. iß
GERSTLE MEDICINE CO.
' Chattanooga, Tennessee. #
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.
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THE TIMES-OEMOGRAT
M«W OF^ptta, LA,
County JVewe.
Interesting Letters from Our
Regular Correspondents.
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Red Lick
The Red Lick Band had a most
enjoyable meeting at Sunny-Side,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Darden. Those present were
Misses Wade, Allen, Ross, Spen
cer and Darden and Dr. Barnes
and -bride. Delicious cake and
punch were served. The Band will
hold its next meeting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Blount Wade Sat
urday night.
Miss M. B. Wade is visiting rel
atives in Red Lick.
Misses Sadie and Lillie Spencer
and Miss Lutie McCaleb of Her
manville are in attendance at a
house party at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Trawickat Union Church.
We are sorry to hear that Mrs.
John Chamberlain has been quite
sick.
We are glad to hear that Miss
Willie Wade has been appointed
to teach the Beech Corner. Miss
Willie is an efficient teacher.
There are not many that have the
faculty of imparting their knowl
edge to others aud we believe that
she has that gift.
Mrs. B. H. Wade visited the
home folks at Cottage Home Sat
day.
Red Lick was well represented
at Cane Ridge Sunday. Protract
ed meeting started that day. Mr.
Scarborough and Mr. Galloway are
conducting the meeting. We hope
much good will result from the
meeting.
1 It is indeed a pleasure to look at
Mr. B. H. Wade's io-acre pea
field. Mr. Wade has already
picked between 2000 and 3000
pounds, and will have another good
picking from it. He was kind
enough to give ye writer access to
same and they are fine.
Mrs. Wilson Ross's yard of
spring chickens is another sight
good to look at. She expects to
save 50 pullets and put the others
on the market, as they are fat and
fine.
Mr. O. R. Davidson of Harris
ton is spending a week at home at
the pocket piece.
Keganton
The young folks had a fine day
on the lake, at a picnic, on last
Friday.
Mr. F. A. Peyton made a busi
ness trip to Port Gibson Friday.
Mrs. Will McCay and her sister,
Mrs. T* V. Rush, visited relatives
in this community the first of last
week.
Mr. M. J. Lussier visited his
home folks last week.
Rev. Mr. Sarapley filled his ap
pointment at Cayuga on Sunday.
Miss Estelle Watson is visiting
at the home of Mrs. T. M. Luster
this week.
Miss Alleen Luster has returned
to her home in Edwards, after
spending a week among relatives
in this community.
Little Miss Myrtle Peyton visit
ed friends near Port Gibson the
latter part of the past week.
The Lash of a Fiend
would have been about as welcome to A.
Cooper of Oswego, N. Y., as a merciless
lung-racking cough that defied all remedies
for years. "It was most troublesome at
night, " he writes, "nothing helped me till
I used Dr. King's New Discovery, which
cured me completely. I never cough at
night now. '' Millions know its matchless
merit for stubborn colds, obstinate coughs,
sore lungs, lagrippe, asthma, hemorrhage,
croup, whooping cough, or hay fever? It
relieves quickly and never fails to satisfy.
A trial convinces. 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle
free. It's positively guaranteed by J. A.
A. Shreve's Drug Store.
Notice—Boys of Claiborne and
Jefferson.
If as many as ten boys from
these two counties will go together,
we can arrange a boarding place in
Port Gibson at reduced rate, and
our school will make a rate that
will be attractive for tuition.
In this way boys can go to school
cheapt-r here at home than else
where. I will accept applications
at once.
Our enrollment to date fills the
building, and if we get any more
we will have to make some other
arragement.
Chamberlain-Hunt Academy has
a m(i-t efficient teaching force and
the In-st of equipment. This is a
chance for.some home hoys if they
want it.
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M. E. MELVIN,
Pres Chamberlain-Hunt Academy.
Your complexion as well as your temper
is rendered miserable by a disordered liver.
By taking Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets you can improve both. Sold
by all dealers.
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USE OF A PASSPORT.
Xhe Singular Experience of » Travel*»
In Germany.
"Mine is rather a hard case," said a
discouraged graduate of a young ladies
seminary. "I can't get a position as a
teacher because I haven't had experi
ence, and if I am never allowed to
leach, how am I to get my experience?'*
A somewhat similar paradox was per
petrated by a German officer, mcntionod
by Mr. Henry W Wolff in "The Coun
try of the Vosges. " This traveler had
been wandering about Metz asking
questions and seeing the sights, and he
says:
On my return to the station, I found
a surprise awaiting me. The German
police had found me out; not a difficult
task, since I purposely went about quit«
openly.
However, that, it appeared, made no
difference. There, at the entrance to
the station, stood a Prussian gendarme,
all on the alert, looking very ferocious
with what the German song calls "a
moustachioed air." lie was on the
lookout for me, and stopped me at onee.
Have you a legitimation about you?"
he asked, rather gruffly.
"Yes; but do I want one? Am I not
entitled to travel in the country without
a passport?"
C He looked angry, c.'eing with disgust
my "Murray," which bore, all too plain
ly, upon its cover tb title "France."
I must see it. t near you have been
about the town ) oking at things and
asking questions '
It is true; tl at is what I am travel'
ing for."
"I must see your passport."
What? In defiance of the emperor'«
regulations?" j
"Do you nut understand," said he,
pompously, "that I must see your pas«
port in order U he able to judge whether
or not you are entitled to travel with
out one?"
Here was logic, but logic which, how
ever feeble, must be heeded. I pro
duced my passport, and after having
studied for a tedious interval, he grave
ly announced that I was fitted to travel
without one.
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WE LOVE MEDICINE.
A Doctor Sa/ 9 That Americans Are a
Nation i f i :ruar-Takers.
I think Americans should be described
as a nation of medicine takers. The re
turns from the sales of patent medicines
are astonishing - , but no general practi
tioner is at all surprised at this, because
he has long since learned that hypo
chondria exists almost universally, and
tna< medicine taking is the great de
light of an enormous percentage of
mankind, says a physician in the SL
Louis Globe-Democrat.
One great object a doctor should have
in view is to cure with as few doses as
possible, and I believe that ninety-nine
out of one hundred medical students
commence practicing with this idea be
fore them. If their experience is like
mine they have somewhat let down in
their efforts in this direction, and if
they have -not done so t-iey have cer
tainly offended quite a large number of
patients.
There seems little to choose between
the sexes in the matter of a desire to
take medicine regularly, and it is often
impossible to persuade an apparently
rational-minded patient that a eure has
been effected, that no more medicine is
needed ami that nothing but good diet
and careful habits are required to build
up the constitution.
A number of doctors save themselves
from falling fr' ;u
a harmless toni • a
ce by prescribing
v effecting a cure,
but those who pride themselves in dis
posing of eases by aid of a dozen doses
or less seldom attain any great popu
larit y
The often quoted and much vaunted
practice in China of paying a physician
while his patient is „ill and .tipping
his pay durinsr-si k::ess could never be
introduced su> < cash. ly into this coun
try, because s> many people who are
perfectly well are prepared to file affl
davits that they are dangerously sick,
that no doctor under the China regime
would be able to earn his board.
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Don't waste your money buying plasters
when yoa can get a bottle of Chamber
lains Liniment for twenty-five cents. A
piece of flannel dampened with this Uni
ment is superior to any plaster for lame j
back, pains in the side and chest, and |
much cheaper. Sold by all dealers
To My Friends and the Public. I
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My little girl's reg.stration mint
v ,t A e . P ?T P"'!,, 00 - . Pr ? e
Vo tng Contest ts 6. A I cash sub
scrip lons to the Revetl e will en
title the subscriber to 3000 votes 1
on every $2.00 paid in advance,
will appreciate it, if when renew
ing or subscribing, to request the
Reveille to give votes to 6.
A. S. HALL,
Port Gibson, Miss.
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600D WORK
Done Daily in Port Gibson.
Many
Citizens Tell of It
Nearly every reader has heard of
Doan's Kidney Pills. Their good I
work in Port Gibson still contin
ues, and our citizens are constantly
adding endorsement by public tes - 1
timony. No better proof of merit
can be had than the experience of
friends and neighbors. Read this
case:
E. H. Ikerd, farmer, one mile
east of Port Gibson, Miss., says:
My first experience with Doan's
Kidney Pills occurred several years
ago and, from that time to this I
have always been ready to reeora- {
mend them. Twenty years ago 1 1
had an attack of spinal meningitis
and I believe that was tbe cause of
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my kidney complaint. I had severe I
pains in the small of my back and t
felt miserable in every way. Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured at the Pope
Drug Co., went at once to the seat ri
of my trouble and entirely relieved
me I
For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Foster Miiburn Co.,
Buffalo, NewYork, sole agents for
the United States.
Remember the name —Doan' s~*
and take no other.
Bargains in High Grade
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have them in Patent Leather, Kid, Calf, Half Congress, also in Tan and Oxblood.
Come and Take Advantage of Our EXTRAORDINARY OFFERINGS.
David Bock's Department Store.
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Trustee's Sale.
By virtue of the power vested in
me, as trustee, under that
certain deed of trust executed
I corded on page 43 of book 3—W of
| the records of deeds of trust and
j mortgages of Claiborne county,
Missigsi i to wbkh reference is
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hereh y HJade . to secure that certain
I promissory note described in said
I deed of trust, default having been
I made in the payment of said note,
j J t j, n. Brashear, trustee, will on
by Joseph M. Bradley, an unmar
ried man, tome as; trustee and re
Monday, the 5th Day of September,
A. D. 1910,
at the front door of the court bouse
in Port Gibson, Claiborne county,
Miss., within the hours prescribed
« .. . .. Kî^rlor
^ law , Sell to the highest bidder
j for cash the following described
| real estate situate, lying and being
in Claiborne county, Mississippi,
to-wit: Lot Number Nineteen of
I Ruremont Addition to the Town of
Port Gibson, Miss. Said lot front
ot Mansion
Avenue end running back easterly
of j width I00 ? eet , and being
bol ^ ded as fo|low t0 . wit . Q n
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- the North bv lot Number Fourteen;
j on the East by the Alley known as
the Well Road; on the South by
lot Number Twenty-two, and on
the West by said Mansion Avenue.
This is the property conveyed to
the said J. M. Bradley by F. A.
Polsiey et als by deed recorded on
page 594 of book 3-S of the record
of deeds of Claiborne county, Miss.,
to which reference is hereby made.
This 9th day of August, A. D.
1910—31*
J. N. BRASHEAR, Trustee.
State of Mississippi.
To William A. Martin, Vivian M.
Blum, and Ethel Ellis:
You are commanded to appear
I before the Chancery Court of the
County of Claiborne, in said State,
<> n the
1 First nonday 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.
{ Notjee t() Applicants tOT Confed
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A. K. BRASHEAR, Clerk.
T. N. Brashear, Att'y.
erate Pensions
By an Act of the last Legislature
I (Chapter 207 Laws 1910) the limit
t 0 property qualifications for Con
federate Pension was changed from
to $600; and the date of
ri age of widows from 1875 to 1885.
i„ ot her words, a pensioner will
now be allowed to own as much as
$600 worth of property, and a wid
nw who married as late as 18S5 is
[not barred as formerly.
A. K. BRASHEAR,
Clerk of tbe Pension Board.
July2itosepti
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E. S. St J. T. DRHKE
LaWuers
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PORT GIBSON, : MISSISSIPPI"
Piactice iu all the Courts of Claiborue and Tel
(arson Counties, and Federal and Supreme
Courts at Jackson. Real estate for sale.
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J. N. BRA 3 HEAR,
ttorney -at-LaW
PORT GIBSON, MISS.:
DR. L. A. SMITH,
Derxlist,
PORT GIBSON, MISS
R. B. ANDERSON,
Attorney-at- LiaW,
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M. M. SATTERFIELD,
Attorney at Law,
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
Will practice in the Courts of this and ad'oin
mg Counties.
DR. R. A. MELVIN,
Der\tist
Office over Mississippi Nstioaal Bank)
Phone 376
One Pint
of Hilk
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Hakes
ONE POUND
OF BUTTER
FREE SH7VYRL.E
io,oco Agents Quick
No chemicals used. Just turn 3 minutes.
'Nuf said. Send 3 one cent stamps
ANDERSON &. CO.,
Kansas City, Kansas
Apart. 33
The State op Mississippi.
To Tosh Cartwright, Charlie Cart
wright, Lemeriek Cartwefght,
Bennie Cartwright, Mary Ann
Cartwright and Cyndia Cart
wright:
You are commanded to appear
before the Chancery Court of the
County of Claibcrne. iu said State,
on the
First Monday in November, A. Ö.
1910,
to show cause if any you can, why
the final account (now on file) of
R. C. Litm, administrator of the
estate of John Burks, -'deceased,
shold uot be ratified and allowed.
This iSth day of August, 1910.-31
A. K. BRASHEAR, Clerk.
C. A* FRENCH, Attorney.
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JUST OUTI
Burns Gasoline or Ga*
FREE SHMPLE
Saves Fuel, Walking, Time, Money
BIG MONEY. EASY TO SELL
Does an Ironing for Less Than One Cent
Send 3 One Cent Stamps
ANDURSON AND COMPANY
Kansas City, gansa*
Apart 33
FORBES
This name, when it appears on the fall-board of a pi
ano, is an absolute guarantee to the purchaser. When
the name FORBES appears in a contract or guarantee
covering the purchase of a piano, it means that the cus
tomer has received full value for every dollar invested and
absolute protection in every way in case öf any posaibk
dissatisfaction. More pianos are sold by the house of
Forbes than any other music house in the South.
E. E. Forbes Piano Co.,
C» J. ROBERTS, flanager,
Jackson, Miss.
E. Capitol St.
MONEY LOANED
ON REAL ESTATE
EASY PAYMENTS
LONG TIME
RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED
The Jackson Loan & Trust Co.
Jackson, Miss.
Fort Worth, Texas
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