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Monday Might, January 12th THE REVEi^EE THURSDAY, TAN. i, IQH Daniel Frohman presents the distinguished Ametican Actress MISS CONSTANCE CRAWLEY in if Pelleas and Mellsande ft * « ' A Superb Scenic and Dramatic Portrayal of Maeterlink's Great Literary Masterpiece in 3 beautiful reels. Admission io and 15 cents.___ Mr V personal 1 Miss Marie Beard is visiting friends at Brookhaven. Misses Mary and Roberta Per son are visiting in New Orleans. Mr. George Davenport of Meri gold visited his mother last week. Mr. E. E. Cronin of Leland was A visitor to Port Gibson last week. Mr. W. P. Gordon of New Or Port Gibson visitor leans was a last week. Miss Bobbie Earl Humphreys is Thames in Vicks visiting Mrs. burg. Mr. S. R. Hawes left Sunday to spend a few days with his parents at Wesson. Mrs. G. W. Naasson has return ed from a visit to her brother at Centreville Mr. Samuel Mendola of New Orleans is visiting his sister, Mrs. F. Pennisi. Miss Orah Bridgers left this week for Grace where she will teach school. Mr. S. E. Marx of Memphis Visited his mother, Mrs. Julia Marx, last week. Mr. J. F. Vaughn of Illinois is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Head ley at Woodlawn. Mr. H. B. Vardaman of the delta was at home for the Christ mas holidays. Misses Florence and Bock of Vicksburg are guests of Mrs. Felix Bock. Patton and Foster Colson of Areola were guests of Mrs. Alice Simms last week. Rachel Misses Annie and Emma Goepel Are visiting their sister, Mrs. Man _-«gel, in Vicksburg, Mr. J. A. Watson of Louisiana bas been visiting his brother, Mr. M. B. Watson. Mr. Arnold Adair of the delta Spent several days with his mother, Mrs. John Anderson. Mr. J. C. Beard of Blue Moun tain spent a few days r ,with his un cle, Mr. W. S. Beard. Miss Florine Levy is spending Several days with Miss Janie Drake At Whitworth College. Mr. C. I. Bunting, who is hand liog Stock at Cleveland, spent the holidays with his family. Mr. Frank Taylor, who is a commençai traveler, spent Christ mas with his sister, Mrs. Jarratt. Dr. Merredith Jones of St. Louis 18 visiting at the homes of Mrs. A. K. Jones and Hon. J. G. Spencer. Miss Estelle Shaiter, who has been attending school in Virginia, spent the holidays at home. Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Patterson Of Rosedale spent severel days last week with their relatives. Miss Marion Briscoe, teaching school in Alabama, is with her mother for the holidays. Mr. M. L. Schuster left last week for Dallas, Texas, where he will probably reside in future. Mr. Marion Marx, who has been engaged in the stock business at Lake Providence, has returned. Mr. Robert Kelley of San An tonio, Texas, a former resident of Port Gibson, was here last week. Mr. Sam Bridgers, who is work ing in the delta, spent several days last week with his parents at Her manville. Miss Carleen Strickland.a teach .. c in the public school at Cen ■ eville, La., spent last week with . er family. Mr. C. D. Jones of Violet, who ' \s been teaching in the northern ... .rtion of the state, spent Cbrist n is at home. A Miss Genevieve Fuller and Mr. T iomas Kellev of Jackson spent ( iristmas with their mother, Mrs. M try Fuller. Mrs. C. E. Mclnnis of Cleve land spent a few days with her and Mrs. C. A. • rents, Mr. ' -mch, last week. Miss Addie Richardson, after ding several weeks with Mrs. W'. Moore at Cary, has return ed -o Port Gibson. c*. 0 ♦ ir. and Mrs. Percy Chamber of Greenwood were tbe guests <• r. and Mrs. J, N. Brashear ig tbe holidays. ss Pauline ling two weeks with her sis » i the Misses Mendola, has re , 1 to New Orleans. . and Mrs. Ethel Watkins of *4- etown, S. C # I Mendola, after spent several *t L« The Port Gibson Pure Syrup Company Buys Sorghum and Sugar Cane Syrup J ^ „ a j Sells Barrels and Cans ful days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Watkins. Rev. H. E. Dana left today for Utica, his new home. Mrs. Dana * j visiting her parents in Warren county and will go to Utica later. Miss Bessie Williams, having pleted the course of training the Vicksburg sanitarium, is guest of Mrs. R. J. Durr. Messrs. B. F. Minois and J. D., Arnette, who are working at Tut wiier, in the delta, spent several days with their families last week. Judge H. C. Mounger arrived home last night and will rest up for a while before deciding where be will again begin the practice of law. is com at now a Mrs. Henry Heimendinger and child, after an extended visit to her perents, Mr. and Mrs. Abra ham, returned last week to their home at Lake Charles, La. Mrs. Pearl Hendon and Mes srs. Mat, Henry and Maurice Hen iugton of Vicksburg were guests during the holidays of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Henington near Pat tison. Mr. W. A. Childs of Cornell University, whose home is Wash iugton, D. C., will arrive this week to take charge of the manual train ing work at C. H. A., and to di rect its band. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Shaifer, ac companied by Dr. G. W. Acker, took their son, Sanford, to Vicks burg Monday to be operated on for The little fellow appendicitis, stood the operation well and is improving. New Garden Seed. Morris & Watson. A good supply of 5 and 10 pound Syrup Tins on hand. COH N BROS., Lorm an, Miss. Considerable complaint comes to this office of the bad condition of the Port Gibson and Tillman road. Residents of that section state that the condition is inexcusable. Prickly Ash Bitters cures the kidneys, regulates the liver and purifies the bowels. A valuable system tonic. fAdv] be Mince Meat. Apple Butter. Morris & Watson. The Daughters of Confederacy will meet with Mrs. Taliaferro at four o'clock next Monday after noon. All members are requested go prepared to pay dues, as the money is badly needed. to Irregular bowel movements l ea d to Prickly Ash Bit chronic constipation. tkrs is a reliable system regulator; cures permanently. fAdvl Sani-Flush, Bon Ami, Old Dutch Cleanser. Morris & Watson. Mr. J. D. Walters lost a colt last Friday which manifested every symptom of hydrophobia before its death. This is the third norse in this county to die of this disease within the past few months. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A Wilson Dress Hooks, B. & J. Brassiere's, Richardson's Flosses, Pictorial Review Patterns, Morris & Watson, The young ladies at the Tele phone Exchange ask the Reveille to thank the patrons of the ex change for the many gifts and oth manifestations of good will. They say the public can never know how much they appreciate the many kindnesses shown. er Cared of Liver Complaint •'I was suffering with liver complaint, Iva Smith of Point Blank, Texas, I# says "and decided to try a 25c box of Chamber lain's Tablets, and am happy to say that I completely cured and can recommend them to every one. ' 1 For sale by all deal ers. am fAdvl Judge (lounger Remembered. Shortly after Judge H* C. Moun ger conclued his final term of copyt in the district yesterday afternoon, his term having expired last night. Judge Mounger, who has always been popular with the pourt offici als and with his friends in the city, was invited to walk into Ypste's jewelry store, where he was pre sented with a handsome gold ban-, died umbrella by tbe bailiffs of the court. Judge Mounger was very grate • J u • I and appreciated the spirit toat prompted the act as much as th e | ful for the beautiful rememcrance gift.—Vicksburg Herald. Constipation Poisons You It you are constipated, your en tire system is poisoned by the waste matter kept in the body— serious results often follow. . Use Dr. King's New Life Pills and you will soon get rid of constipation, head ache and other troubles. 25c at all Druggists or by mail. H. B. Bucklen & Co.. Philadelphia. P«.. I and St. Louis, Mo. TAdvl J Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A Mr H. B. Gozaof Hermanville *6d Miss El.a H-.erofFa„e were quietly married at the Jarratt Hotel yesterday morning, Rev. F. Creson performing the cer* Goza-Hester. emony. to L The shareholders of the Missis-1 are sippi Southern Bank are hereby called to meet Tuesday, Jan. 13th, 1914, at the Banking House of said Institution at Eleven O'Clock A. M., for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may be brought G. T. WALNE, Cashier, I of Stockholders' Notice. D. before it. deci8-3t HOBBS CLEARED. D. jury Voted That He We. Not Oultty of Accepting Bribe. by - 7 „ ku „ n , The jury in the Hobbs case at Vicksburg rendered a verdict of t, guilty yesterday morning, This probably ends all graft prob ing, as no further convictions can I lu*, as uu 1 not be had. Dr. Hobsen's Ointment Heals Itchy Eczema The constantly itching, burning sensation and other disagreeable in forms of eczema; tetter, salt rheum and skin eruptions promptly cured] by Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint ment. Geo. W. Fitch of Mondota, as 111 ., says; "I purchased a box of Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, Have had Eczema ever since the civil war, have been treated by many doc'tors, none have given the benefit that one box of Dr. Hob son's Eczema has." Every suffer er should try it. We're so positive it will help you we guarantee it or money refunded. At all druggists or by mail, 50c. Pfeiffer Chemical Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. fAdvl I Dudley-Hemphlll. Mr. S. R. Dudley and Belle Hemphill of Hermanville, j Miss., were married l$tët eyeningL at 6:30 o'clock at the resiieujce pf Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hankinsqn of ] Yokena, Rev Dr J. P. officiating. — Vicksburg Heraia> 28th. Both bride and groom are among They have a host of | the most prominent people of Her manville. friends who wish them a long and happy married life. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S r* /V CS T O R I A. V ^ 0 1 v ^ 1 " I Miss Mildred Hughes. Miss Mildred Hughes, daughter of the late Dr. W. P. Hughes ,of St. Elmo, died Friday in Jackson, where she had been taken fron? a Natchez sanitarium about ten days before her death, and was buried Saturday at the family burying ground at St. Elmo. The deceased was about 36 years of age. For the past several months she has been lying in a j comatose condition at Natchez, though it was hoped by her family that she would finally recover. Miss Hughes leaves a sister and Her family has I two brothers, suffered great affliction in the past few years, three members having passed away, prior to her death. POSTED—Bowling Qreen plan tation. A. W. RUTTQÎ*. jam ___ Don't destroy old rugs and car pets, give them to me to clean with Jager's Vacuum Cleaner. * C; M. HOWARD. |OllYSiClBïi£Y€llKE Makes Sidneys and Blazer Blflht c. m. ! Give your laundry to Howard. He will call for your j c ] ot hes and deliver them. Reason a ble charges, good wortc, accuracy and promptness are the features which distinguish his methods. To Celia Mason Miller. You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Claiborne, in said State, on the f second Monday of May, A. D. 1914» | I de(end , he in said Court of Addison W. Miller, wherein you J defendant. This the 30th day of December, A. D. 1913.— B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk. By W. H. Morehbad, D. C. State of Mississippi, j Claiborne County. ) The State of Mississippi. | To Emma Bullock, George Dob yns, and Dobyns: ^ l ^ ^ Chflncery Court of the County of Claiborne, in said State, on the Second Monday of May, A. D. 19*4» to defend the suit in said Court of L A. Lejeune et al, wherein you are defendants, This 30th day of December, A. D. 1913—3 l B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk. _ Letters testamentary upon the estate of Stephen Thrasher, de ceased, were granted to the un- 1—== dersigned bv the Chancery Court of Claiborne County, Mississippi, the 8th day of December, A. All persons having : _ Executrix's Notice to Creditors. | upon D. 1913. claims .«lost said estate are here by notified to have the same pro bated and registered according to law, by the Clerk of said Court, one year , A failure to pro t, ate an( i register for one year will bar the claim. MARTHA J. THRASHER, Executrix of the Last Will an Testamellt 0 | Stephen Thrasher, Dec'd. i Trustee's Sale By virtue of the power vested in me b y th ® t . certai " < ^„SVaura executed by Thomas Hill and Laura Hill, his wife, on the 29th day AptU.A.P. 1912,to the undersigned as trustee to secure certain notes given to W.Ç.Gutbrie.two of? "hLh are now past due, and default hav ing been made in the pay thereof and of the taxes on the real estate covered by said deed of trust, and the said W. C. Guthrie having declared the entire debt se - cured by said deed of trust due and exigible, and having requeste me to foreclose the same according to its terms, I will on Saturday the 24th Day of Jaouary, I A. D. 19*4. sell at public auction to the high est bidder for cash at the front door of the court house of Clai Mississippi, within j ^ hours prescribed by law Qr the sa i e 0 f real estate under c^eeptjou, the following described ] real estate equate, lying, and being <^ oare <ft,ree 0 f the Original Town jot fort Gibson, Mississippi, de scribed as fpHows, ^8*° at a point on plover ßtreet about 200 teet north from corner of Fair | Street, being the northwest corner of the Unger property in said square three, and run in an east erly direction along the north line of the Unger property 75 feet, per pendicular to said Flower Street; thence in a northerly direction parallel with said Flower Street 32 I feet; run thence in a westerly di rection perpendicular to Flower feet back to Flower run .Street 75 M § treet . an d run thence m a south ,of erly direction along said Flower Street .33 ^ to point of hegin a ni g^j d deçd of tn)St js reC orded on g book ^_ w of the rec _ Q f dee( j 8 0 f Claiborne Co., Miss., to which reference is hereby made.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ t<> satjsfy IT! flnd tbe e jtpeuse ^ foreclosure, a j ^otta day of December, A, 1913.-41 J. N. BRASHEAR, Trustee. Peas Wanted 5000 bushels mT fa* Highest Marhet Price COHN BROS. Mississippi Lo y j g nan, A TRUE BOWEL CLEANSER A remedy that purifies the bowel* mildly yet thoroughly, strengthen* the bowel channels and promotes regularity. s'** I PRICKLY ASH BITTERS Is an effective system regulator and bowel tonic. Persons of a constipated habit find it to be just what they need to re-establish * regular bowel movement's and to correct the gi evil effects of the disorder in the skin and lj blood. It drives out the impurities that w have accumulated in the system. Removes 1 sallowness, bad breath, pimples, skin erup- ; tions, and restores the ruddy hue of health £ to the complexion. Get the Genuine with the Figure •• 3" in Red ^ on Front Label. * ^ Price $1.00 per Bottle. V V ! j * I 1 ( 1 _ NE IL CALLAHAN WILLIAM MCLEAN The Vicksbure Boiler & Iron Works 4) Boiler Tubes c o mm * mm, CL i Pipe mm. 10 O 0 <0 c N. 1 I Valves and * « Fittings O All XHt Sizes Complete Stoek M c o i .1 -J 1—== : rk fcft ■ -J* -iW; . MANUFACTURERS OF Boilers, Smokestacks, Breechings an d Tanks | Marine and Plantation Work a Specialty. First Class Mechanics Sent Out on Repair Work 7 ICKSBTJRG. MISS. . ; __ B For a Clean Reliable Paper Subscribe for Daily Clarion-Ledger JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI for ENTIRE SESSION OF LEGISLATURE 75cts $ 1.00 - In Clubs of Five, Each CASH WITH ORDER Will Start Paper Upon Receipt of Order " « ; Notiee of Trustais Sale. By virtue and m pursuance of the authority vested in me, L. R. Martin, as trustee in that certain deed in trust from d * T. -rÂ C Vrmnp'and Wash Richard C. Young ann Wells, dated December 18 th A. D. 1905 , and recorded on 86-7 of Book 3 -T of Dages records of deeds of Claiborne County, Mississippi, default laving been made in the pay ment of the note due four years after date and secured 3 y said deed in trust, and hav ing been requested by legal iolder of said note to fore close said deed in trust, I, B. R. Martin, trustee as afore said, at front door of Court House of said Claiborne Coun ty between the hours of 11 A. M. and 4 P. M. on Friday, the 16th Day of January, A= D. 1914, will proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash all that certain tiact of lapd situated, lying and be ing in tbe County of Clai borne, State of Mississippi, being a part of the Belvidere plantation, described as fol lows, tbe South West quarter of Section Six (6), Township Twelve (12), Range Five (5) East, containing one hundred and sixty acres, more or less, being the same tract of land conveyed by C. R* Byrnes, B. S. Byrnes and R. Lee Byrnes to Richard C. Young and Wash Wells by deed, dated December 2nd, 1905, and du ly recorded in records of deeds of said Claiborne County. I will convey only such ti 4e as is vested in me as trus tee, which title however I be lieve to be good. _ L. R. MARTIN, Trustee. dec25-4t Land for Sale ! 160 acre farm; 50 acre pasture; a acres in cult i vat j on; 4 room dwelHnK and kitchen and dining room ; barn, smokehouse, store room, usual out- houses and two good tenant houses; 3 miles south Gibson. Missjssip . webl so G. B. WHEELESS. pi. to jan i Until further notice, oc - . o we Will pay 25ctS. per g a jj on Standard Snrr-iiim, ' Sorgnum. PEAS WANTED—We buy peas of all kinds and in any quantity; pay highest price. THE BANKRUPT STORE, Evan Till, Manager. Kaufman Bldg. sepn-tf i v --r-— WANTED—A few cars of Les Dedeza, Peavine, or Peanut Hay of good grade. COHN BROS , dn-41 Lorman, Miss. T-v L FOR SALE—Native grown Red Rust Proof Seed Oats, high grade, COHN BROS., Lorman, Miss. at 65c. dn-4t 2 FOR SALE—Few choice utility Barred Rock Cockerels, $1.50 each H. H. Crisler. MONEY TO LEND.—We can negotiate loans on low rates and on longtime. than forty per cent, of value farm lands, at Not more loaned, and only on first mortgage. E. S. 4 J- T* M - Drak ® FOR SALE QR RENT.—Place occupied by Henry Foster during the yeaf jqi2. * Large hog pasture and other oastures; fruit orchard; good land fpr cqUiyating and other purposes. Two good tenant houses and other bouses. Low rent or COHN BROS., Lorman, Miss. easy terms, jam POSTED—Hillcrest Farm. J. M. TAYLOR. janî Sorghum Pott Gibson Pure Syrup Go.] Peas Thrashed Portable Gasoline Thrasher. Price reasonable. Will go a reasonable distance to any one having 20 bushels or more. Those having less may bring to thrasher for hulling. Country produce taken in ex change. H. B. DICKEY, Phone 54 Port Gibson. same Pea Thrasher. I have a portable Thrasher, run by engine, with which I will do public work. Will go to any one having sufficient peas to thrash. Save time and money by giving me a job. W. A. HENNINGTON, jnl- 3 m Pattison, Miss. POSTED.—Greenwood Planta tion, against hunting, fishing and This means you, It is no a jj trespassing. please do not ask. pleasure to refuse. H. W. M. DRAKE. so POSTED—My plantation against hunting and other trespassing. Mrs. E. R* Montgomery. POSTED.—Albina Plantation, east Willis Creek bridge on Patti son road, against hunting and all trespassing, and especially riding and driving through place. 6mos. E. M. MI DDLETON. POSTED—LaCache Plantation, against all trespassing^ novi3~iyr * sepu- 4 tn J. V. GAGE. POSTED—No hunting on all of Beech g rove, Wood Broomfield, burn or Chambliss Plantations. J. W PERSON. L dec 4 - 3 m POSTED—Nittatala Plantation, 2 i/t miles east of Port Gibson on Hermanville road. MRS. B. M. MAURY. dec 4 POSTED.—My place against hunting or trespassing. dec 4 S. A. SMITH. FOR SALE—Strawberry plants at 25 cents per 100. s <^Mrs.) B. E. Humphreys. nov$ ' _______ ' PECANS £OR SALE—Large, No. j. 25 e l6.1 medium. No. ?, 30c lb'i mixed, i^c lb.; small, ioc lb. Quick sale. HAS. M. HOWARD. Single Comb White Leghorns. Exclusively. Eggs for batching, Pen No. i, $2.00; Pen No. 2, $1.00 per setting of 15. R. J. Durr, Port Gibson, Miss. dec 4 -3tn HAY.—Will cut hay for public and bale also. Hay tor sale in any Syrup for sale in 10 lb MYLES PERSON, Wilsonville. quantity, cans. 1 - POSTED-The A ' MRS. M. O. McCAA.