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THURSDAY, MAY 4. 1911. personal Mrs. Baylissa Myles Liebman and Child of New Orleans are guests of the Misses Person. The Misses Smith of New Or leans have been visitiug the Miss es Person. Miss Florine Levy, who has been teaching in Tensas parish, re turned home this week, her school having closed. Prof. R. E. McKay and four students went down to see the tuberculosis exhibit at Natchez. Mrs. G. T. Walne and children and visiting in Vicksburg. Mr. F. H. Foote was called here this week from Vicksburg by the sudden critical illness of his sister, Mrs. Jennie Perkins. , The sriends of Mr. E J Smith of Port Gibson will regret to learn that he is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Butler have leased out Glen Sade plantation and will move to town, accupying the residence of Mrs. L. S. And erson. Mrs. H. W. M. Drake and chil dren have gone to Lexington, Va., to spend two months. Dr. J. V. May spent a few days In Copiah county this week. Prof B. R. Smith and Misses • Mary and Fannie Naasson are at tending the State Teachers' As sociation at Jackson. Miss Charlotte W arton of Union Church is visiting Mrs. Meyerkort. Mrs. Jennie M. Berry is attend ing the U. D. C. convention at Meridian. Mr. Charlie Stessgen of California is visiting Mr. H. Goepel. Mrs. Rosa Frishman returned this week from New Orleans where she attended the wedding of her son. Mr. Mose Frishman of Albuqu erque, New Mexico, is visiting his sisters, Mrs. H. Frishman, Mrs. P. H. Traxler and Mrs. B. Brod. Mrs. Holloman and Miss Mar garet Gordon are spending the week at Brookhaven in attendance the annual session oF the upon Woman's Horae Mission Society. The session opens Wednesday, 9 a. m , and continues through Friday. They will return by Sat urday's train. The following guests from a dis tance attended the Humphreya Smitb wedding: Miss Katie Louise Dorsey, Miss Allen, Mrs. Utz, Miss Helen Moore, Mrs. R. W. Deeson, Lawrence and Neal Smith of Vicksburg; Mrs. Wilson of Brookhaven; Mrs. Will Craig and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Smith of Tal lulah, La.; R.ev. C. F. Smith of Atlanta, Texas; Miss Sue Wil liams of Glass, Miss., and Miss Margaret Smith of Natchez; Mrs. W. W. Moore of Vicksburg. A full assortment of Ladies' White Oxfords and Pumps, one and two straps. Special price $1.50 per pair. David Bock's Dept. Store, Inc. There will be no service at the Presbyterian church Sunday. Fresh Potato Chips. Morris & Watson. The graduates of the Port Gib son High School are Bernice Jalen akjFlorence Lew, Lola Bert Boren, Ernest Boren and Gifford Watson. Campbell's Condensed Soups. Morris & Watson. Dr. J. V. May has purchased of Mr. R. C. McCay his cottage on College street and Mr. McCay and family have moved into the Burch cottage opposite the Methodist parsonage. __ Mistletoe and Gold Band Hams. Premium Breakfast Bacon. Morris & Watson. The young ladies who will gradu ate from the Female College this session are Misses Estelle Barber, Ruth Burney, Mitrie Chambers. Marnese Johnston, Clara King and Lola Rowland. Order your Easter snit now from B. Fried, the Tailor. The graduating class of the Port Gibson High School will serve refreehments on the Pearson lawn, to morrow, Friday, evening, from 4 to 7 o'clock. Rev. Ira F. Hawkins çf Florence, Ala., will preach the commence ment sermon of P. G. Female Col lege, Bishop Murrah being detain ed in Nashville. Mr. Hawkins preached the sermon two years ago, and made quite a favorable im pression. __ Fresh Cameo Biscuits, Chocolate Tokens and a variety of Fresh Morris & Watson, j Cakes. Mr. A. S. Hall met with a pain ful accident last week while drill ing a shaft at the Oil Works. His hand was badly lasccrated, but fortunately no bones were broken. v Maraschino and Creme de Menthe Cherries. Morris & Watson. Last Sunday a union laymen's meeting was held at the Baptist church at Hermanville, at which Dr. J. L. Johnson of Mississippi College and Hon. M. M. Satter field of Port Gibson delivered ad dresses. Dinner was served on the ground. Velva, Karo, Karomel and Horae Made Meal. Morris & Watson. Rev. H. M. Ellis, former pastor of the Port Gibson Methodist church, but now pastor of the church at Brookbaven, has been chosen agent of the proposed Memorial Hospital to be estab lished at Memphis. He is to raise a fund of $500,000. The biggest line of Ladies' Shirt Waists ever shown in Port Gibson. We hare all materials, all colors, and all styles in an unlimited va riety of patterns. Prices ranging from 50c up. David Bock's Dept. Store, Inc. We would be glad to have a large number from Claiborne, es pecially veterans, with us on our memorial day, May nth, at Fay ette. We extend a hearty wel come to all. JNO. W. BROUGHTON, Com. Camp 22, U. C. V. A complete line of men's and youths' Priestley's Cravanett Suits. A big assortment to select from. Sizes to fit the slim as well as the stout. Whether interested or not come and look at them. David Back's Dept. Store Inc. Ordered to Texas. Capt. John T. Wade of the local military company has been ordered to report at San Antonio, Texas, near the Mexican border. He is the first local man to go to the frontier. New Presbyterian Minister. Rev. W. F. Creson of Amite county has accepted the call to fill the Presbyterian pulpit at this place. He will arrive June ist. Mr. Creson is a single gentleman, though his mother will, reside with him. # nathews-Parker. At the bomè of Mr. 1 . L. Craw ford, in the third district, Miss Josie May Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Parker of Port Gibson, was married to Mr. J. W. Mathews of Hinds county. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R. Bradley. For soreness of the muscles, whether in duced by violent exercise or injury, Cham berlain's Liniment is excellent. This lini ment is also highly esteemed for the relief it affords in cases of rhematism. Sold by all dealers. . Married, at Donaldsonville, La., Sunday, April 23rd, Mr. T. Ethel Watkins of Port Gibson to Miss For Constable. Mr. J. L. Crawford is announced this week as a candidate for cod stable of the third district. He has faithfully and capably served in this capacity for two years. For Supt. of Ed. Mr. S. J. Russell enters the race for superintendent of education. He has capably served the county as its superintendent before, and, if elected, he will make a good, energetic, painstaking official. Watkins-Walker. / Mary Walker oi Donaldsonville. Mr. tVatkins is a Port Gibson boy . , marriage with a great deal of interest. The couple will make their home at Century, Fla. and his friends will learn of his Just An Experiment We have employed a plumber and tinner, and are going to find out if it will P a y us to do this work at Reasonable Prices. If you have anything to be done ring us up. All work guaranteed satisfactory. CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO. Telephone 43 j -SÄ COMMENCEMENT Pori îfibton Female College, Hay • 7th-9th, 1911. Sunday—11 a. m., Sermon by Bishop W. B. Murrah; 8 p. m., Public Meeting of Epworth League and Y. M. C. A. Monday—10:30 a. m., Class Day Exercises (Address by Rev. G. H. Galloway); 11:30, .Art Exhibit; 8 p. m., W. C. T. U. Gold Medal Contest. Tuesday—9:30 a. m., Meeting of Board of Trustees; 11 a. m., Graduating Exercises (Address by Hon. Richard F. Reed); 8:30 p. m., Closing Concert. For Justice of Peace. Mr. E. W. Lum announces for re-election to the office of justice of the peace of District No. 3, sub ject to the Democratic primary. Mr. Lum is recognized to be one of the best justices in the county. A fine line of Silk Foulard Dress es, the very latest creations, semi* hobble effect, finely. tailored, at prices less than cost of material. We take special pleasure in show ing them. David Bock's Dept. Store Inc Operetta, There will be an Operetta given at the opera house by Misses Fan nie Naasson and Mamie Boykin, May 18th, for the benefit of the Epworth League, Miss Boykin will be the coach. She has been expression teacher at P. G. F. C. for the past two years and is an expert in her line of work. Further announcement will be made later. Now is the time to get rid of your rheu matism. You will find Chamberlain's Lin iment wonderfully effective. One applica tion will convince you of its merits. Try it. For sale by all dealers. C.-tl. A. Commencement. Sermon will be preached by Dr. Hull of Millsaps College in Pres byterian church, Sunday, May 21, at ii a. m. Monday night there will be a Declamation Contest with about ten speakers. Tuesday morning, May 23, Hon. Earle Brewer of Clarksdale will deliver address to the graduates. Following this there will be a pub lic picnic on the campus, given by the ladies of the town. The public is cordially invited to all these features. We hope to see more of our friends from the country this year than came last M. E. MELVIN. year. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Han Always Bought Bears the Signature of Opportunities tor Dairying in the South. What," exclaimed Prof. John Lee Culter, of Minnesota, while on a visit to the South last week, » do you mean to say that you get from 90 cents to $1.05 for 20 per cent cream? Why, our dairymen in the west get only 55 or 60 cents, and yet make big profits on laud valued at $75 or $100 an acre-pro fits which enable them to live in homes, well-painted, with hot and cold water, and all modern com forts, good roads and good schools. With your cheaper lands and your longer growing season, I should ; say there ought to be unusually big money in the dairy business tfae south> ., ( < « * 1 Grand display of Ladies' Trim ! med Hats, also Walking Hats. ;The very latest styles, direct from I the manufacturer. Also a few swell Pattern Hats, at half price, Wc know we can suit you if yoo come and look at them. David Bock's Dept. Store, Inc. Is there anything in all this world that is than good di eaten to sustain of more importance to yon gestion? Food must be e life and must be digested and converted in to blood. When the digestion fails the Chamberlain's Tab whole body suffers, lets are a rational and reliable care for in' digestion. They increase the flow of bile, purify the blood, strengthen the stomach and tone up the whole digestive apparatus to a natural and healthy action. For sale by all dealers. The Herald is greatly misUken if the ensuing years will not ex hibit more substantial and real in crease in farm land values, if the present diversification tendency is continued. We see no reason why stock raising with growing the products incident thereto should not be marked by the same increase in land values that is to be noted in the middle and western states.— Vicksburg Herald. " J. M. Howell, a popular druggist oj Greensburg, Ky., says, "We use Chamber lain's Cough Remedy iu our own house hold and know it is excellent." For sale by all dealers. Our classified column brings re sults every day. If you have any thing to sell, or want to purchase something. Try an ad. in the Reveille. SEEEP FOR SALE. — I have for sale pure bred registered South down sheep and lambs. All are either registered or eligible to reg istration. may4 W. C. Guthrie. FOUND.—One Gold Scarf Pin. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for ad. Apply Reveille office. WANTED.—To rent a good, gentle combination horse. M. M. Satterfield. FOR SALE—A mare and coit. H. G. Hawkins. LOST.—i Gold Mounted Tooth Stick Pin. Return to Reveille office. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday With few exceptions we are receiving new goods every day. Yours to please, Morris & Watson Saddle and Harness Maker ! I bave opened a Saddle and Harness Shop Near E. C. Jordan's Livery Stable, where I have a complete line Sad dles, Harness, etc. I make a spe cialty of repair work. Upholster Sofas and Chairs; Buggy Tops, Cushions. Dash Boards; Buggies painted and repaired. Edw. B. Woolf, PORT GIBSON. MISS jan5-yr Brandiwine Springs Berkshire Farm. One N 2 year old Berkshire Boar, One 6 months old Berkshire Boar, also Pigs of best breeding, deliver ed at 12 weeks. All stock regis tered and transferred. C. N. Bridger, Brandywine. rach30*4t % Sip ; : * ft * r BIKXSEE'S SEEDS SUCCELl; l SPECIAL OFFEH:^. 'IPP'Made to build Wew TSo.lne««. A trial will ^ •W make you our permanent eu* to wer., v f Prize ÇoUed&m tu*-*, liklnd»! 11 the finest : T»r»io. 7 spleti'lid : Onto., s beut TOrtc- T tlea; 10 gprittflowerlug Balte— fit varieties ln all. , 8CAKANTEE» TO P101A8E. k Write to-day,; Mention this Paper. ( M SEND 10 CENTS ill Bucttxt. "?s.ai SEEDS ■0^ Fresh, Reliable, Pure du«ranteed to Please Every Gardener and _ Planter shoald test the egmÆSJ reperlor merits of Our r Æ-2ZS Northern Grown Seeds. special »Freu FOR 10 CENTS we wiil send postpaid our FAMOUS COLLECTION 1 pkf. «0 Itejr Vouât* .... ! pkf trlHte MM ... . * !•» i 5>»g. RefMJrewtBg CetefJ » . 1 pj Karl, Arrow-haodCobtef» . I pkf Puiterto* Market lot*»«» . . it« 1»« . SI* *1.00 Write today! S.nd 10 cute to te.lp ,n M*te«. and packing and «caiT. Uw abo ve 'Tamo a. Crfteeteoo, g.th.r w'th our Now Ä Ovldf GREAT 1221 Rose SI I am handling Natchez Dressed Beef and will appreciate your orders. Thos. Hall, Craven Old Shop. Phone 246. apÎ23*2t ; is Trustee's "ale By vit » tu o: the ptmu vested in me by that certain deed of trust executed by Wm. Bonner and L. V. Bonner, his wife, on the 25th day of August, 1905, to Maurice Cahn as trustee to secure an in debtedness therein mentioned, which deed of trust is recorded on pages 606-7 of book 3-R of the record of deeds of Claiborne Co., Miss., and of an appointment of the undersigned as substituted trustee therein according to its terms, which said appointment is recorded on page 583 of book 3-W of the record of deeds of Claiborne Co., Miss., Maurice Cahn, the trustee named in said deed of trust, having refused to act; default hav ing been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by said deed of trust, and F. C. Taylor, the present holder of said note and deed of trust having requested me to foreclose the same, 1 will, on Monday, the aand Day of nay, A. D. ion, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the front door of the court house in Port Gibson, Mississippi, within the hours pre scribed by law for the sale of real estate under executions, the fol lowing described real estate,situate, lying, and being in Claiborne Co., Mississippi, to-wit: A part of Out Lot "C" in the-Suburbs of St. Mary in the town of Port Gibson, Miss., more particularly described as follows: A lot fronting 37^ feet on the south side of Coffee Street and running back of equal width 150 feet, and bounded as fol lows: On the north by said Coffee Street; on the east by lot of Mag gie Hedrick; on the south by lot of Lee Laws; and on the west by lot of Julia Ann Jones, afterwards ocquired by Freelie Hoote. Said deed of trust is hereby referred to for a more particular description of the real estate to be sold hereunder. Said sale will be made to satisfy said debt and the cost of fore closure. J. N. BRASHEAR, Substituted Trustee. April 24, A. D. 1911.— 4t To His Excellency, E. F. Noel, Governor of the State of Missis sippi : The petition of George Washing ton and Austin Washington re spectfully shows unto Your Ex cellency, that they were convicted in the Circuit Court of Claiborne county, State of Mississippi, of manslaughter on an indictment, charging thenrwith the murder of one Will O'Quinn. 2nd. That at the time of the killing petitioners were at a church supper when O'Qninn,the deceased, and said George got into a difficul ty. O'Quinn got George's head under his arm and was pumelling him, George, in the head and face with a pair of brassor steel knucks. George finally extricated his head, drew a pistol from his inside vest pocket and shot O'Quinn. 3rd. That George swore at the trial of the case that he, George, did the shooting and that Austin had nothing to do with it ; and other evidence in the same effect was introduced and only one wit ness for the State swore that Aus tin ran up and shot O'Quinn in the head while he and George were fighting. 4th. That the jury returning the verdict against petitioners asked the mercy of the Court. 5th. That petitioners are ne groes, aged respectively 18 and 16 years, and that they have never been charged with any offense against the laws of Mississippi be fore this. 6th. That petitioners have been in the Claiborne county jail since the first of January, 1907, until taken recently to the State Peni tentiary and that there sentenced to serve a term of fiVe years in the state penitentiary. 7th. That Your Excellency is referred to the record of the case now on file in the Supreme Court which will bear out the assertion that it was impossible for both of petitioners to be guilty of the crime charged, and that other evidence will be shown Your Excellency in behalf of said petitioners. 8th. That petitioners are the youngest children of their parents, both of whom are aged and infirm and dependent on the labor of pe titioners for assistance in making a living. And that this their petition is signed by. various and numerous citizens of Claiborne County, Mis sissippi. Wherefore petitioners pray Your Excellency, by virtue of the pow er resting in you as Governor of Mississippi, to extend to them ex ecutive clemency, and to grant un to them and each of them, a pardon for the crime of which they have been convicted. And as in dnty bound will ever pray, etc. J. W. Pickett, H. B. Hilton, L. J. Curtis, O. F. White, A, L. Hunt, and others. apr2o-5t Smithing. Any thing that is mechanical that 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. It costs more to undo their work. Send to me direct and save money. Boil weevil times and boll J« A, BOLES, weevil prices. in L. in on the of its is of PORT GI8S0N, MISS. Sq*f>lqs $50,000 $30,000 Bqql^iqg iq qll i\s bFqqcl\es Äccoqqts ig^i^ed G. W. WHEELESS, President W. C. GUTHRIE, Vice President B. H. MAGRUDER, Cashier R. G. HASTINGS, Ass't Cashier Port Gibsoo Female College" "The ideal school for girls" Situated in one of the healthiest sections of the United States—Port Gibson, Miss. Large, comfortable, airy L buildings. Beautiful campus, shaded by stately oaks and pecan trees. Everything for the advance ment of our students physically as well as mentally. Excellent physical culture course without cost. Unexcelled lit erary courses. Art, Elocution, Music, etc. Thorough instruction by com petent, experienced faculty. The best I of foods—milk and butter from herd of 1 Jersey cows. j WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG PORT GIBSON FEMALE COLLEGE PORT GIBSON, MISS. Jsiosx V <5 i "THE SOUTH'S GREATEST PfrtTTT V PAT T T 7 A.T? SCHOOL OF BUSINESS." WvUiaiJy wUJjLJùUJjc NEW ORLEANS, LA. Should be griven the best tremincr to pre pare them for success iu business. Personal Instruction, Vnie Employ ment Department, Complete College Bank, College Store and Wholesale Offices. No misrepresentations to teenre stu dents. Through the success ofitr 22000 former students, &tttle College is recognised everywhere a s a Wide Awake, Practical, Populit and Sue ?essful School. 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