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THUR.SLAY, JULY 6. iqi6 personal Miss Magruder Golden is visit ing the Misses Sharbrough. Dr. H. G. Patterson of New Orleans was here this week. Rev. W. F. Creson is in Amite county assisting in a revival. Mrs. T. M. DeLoach and chil dren spent last week with Mrs. Heath. Miss Nannie Bunting has re turned from a visit to her sister at Egremont. Misses Harrietts'and Roberta Person left today to spend the summer at Chautauqua, N. Y. Mrs. ]. C.- Johnson of Vicks burg has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McNair. Mrs. J. M. Taylor and daughter, Miss Bessie,have gone to Chicago for an iudefioite stay. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Martin have gone for a two weeks visit * to Lelaud and other places. Mrs. G. B. Smith and little son Lonnie of Little Rock, Ark.», are visitiog Mrs. G. B. Wbeeless. Misses Laura Sbaifer aod Ruth Archer are speoding the week at the latter's home at Ceutreville, Mrs. J. N. Brashear has return ed from New Orleans where she has been studying for the past two weeks. Mrs. S. H. Baguell has return ed from an extended stay in New Orleans,considerably improved in health. Mrs. G. T. Walne and children leave taday to spend a month with relatives in Vicksburg and other places. Rey% M. B. Sharbrough attend ed the Divinity School of the Methodist conference at Biloxi this week. Mr. Harold Titche is in Mem phis recovering from a. recent operation for a severe case of appendicitis. Miss Rose L. and Master Bur ton Davidson of New Orleans are visiting Misses May Helene and Cornelia Bailey. Mrs. J. P. Magruder and Mrs. Baylissa Leibman of New Orleans came to be present at the Plantz Person marriage. Mr. L. B. Allen will leave to night for an extended trip through the north, visiting some of the large automobile factories. Messrs. J. McC. Martin and R. B. Anderson are attending court in Vicksburg, the latter serving as special judge in the Cook case. Mrs. R. J. Durr is with her father, Mr. O. T. Howard near Wilsonville, he having been in failing health for the past month. Mrs. C. A. Gordon is chaperon ing a party of young people at a house party on the coast. They went from Natchez in automobiles. Miss Mary McNair arrived from Winona and accepted a place in the telephone exchange. She will reside with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McNair. Little Misses May, Gusie and Annie Smith are visiting friends and relatives, the first named at Ruston, La., the second at Utica and the third at Regantcn. Miss Kathleen Bagnell arrived yesterday from Detroit, Mich., and will spend a few days with Mrs. R. G. Hastings before goiog to her home in New Orleans. Mr. G. T. Walne will leave Saturday for a vacation, to be spent at Pass Christian. Mr. Walne expected to spend a month in training at Camp Ogelthorp, Ala., but that camp has been broken and those in training gone to New York. ed of ot in ed The rainfall durmg thé month of June amounted to 5.67 inches, aud during July, to date, 1.94 inches. Lowest prices on Mason and Sure Seal Fruit Jars, Jar Rubbers, etc., at Claiborne Hardware Company ASTO R I A ss We have just received a CAR LOAD OWENSBORO FARM WAGONS Call and examine them and get our prices CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO. Telephone 431 H. N. Spencer shipped a hun dred goats to the * delta yesterday. Dr. LeGear's Stock and Poultry Remedies for sale bv Claiborne Hardware Company The daily rains are materially interfering with farm work and will increase boll weevil depre dations. at Carload Brood Mares, weighing 960 to 1000 lbs, all in foal, some 'with colts by their side, for sale at Marx Stable. Mr. M. A. Schuster is rejoicing over the arrival of a grand son which recently came into the home cf his son J. L., at Houston Tex as. Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Mattings, Rugs and Linoleums, all specially priced at David Bock's Department Store. Last week while Miss Ruth Moore was coming from Tillman with r party of lady friends, she accidentally drove her car off of a small bridge into a ditch about six feet deep. . Fortunately, no one was injured. DEERING MOWERS. RAKES and REPAIRS for sale by Claiborne Hardware Company Children's Day will be observed at eleven o'clock next Sunday at the Methodist church. Everybody is invited. Members of the cradle The Parlor Millinery Mrs. Thos. Turner. Phone 138. roll and their parents and mem-laud bers of the home department are urged to be present. --- Housekeepers, Attention! Don't forget Saturday. July 8th, an Ex tra Special Kitchen ware Sale at David Bock's Department Store. drowned last week I Three young ladies, the Misses Keene, were while bathing near Enterprise. The young ladies were nieces of Mr. D. L. Turner, formerly mar shal of Port Gibson, and Mrs. J. D. Howard of this county. For Hot Weather Comfort—Full. line of Ice Cream Freezers and | Coal Oil Stoves at Claiborn^ Hardware Company The Rev. Mr. Wells, rector of St. James' Church, will make bis monthly visitation tp the parish next Sunday, the Bible class on Saturday after The hour for the meeting He will also meet noon. of the class will be five-thirty. Dress Goods aud Trimmings, | Notions, Linens, Towels, Domes tics, Sheetings, all at usual low price. David Bock's Department Store. I _ I The fourth was observed here I only by the postoffice and banks, | otherwise Independence Day seem ed entirely forgotten. Those who had overlooked laying in a supply of stamps were more disgusted than pleased with the observance ot the day. Junket Tablets, for Custards & Ice Cream | C. E. Morris. ]. P. Martin has resigned as I justice ot the peace of Dist. No. 5 J in order to take the contract of star route mail carrier of his dis trict. W. B. Williams has resign ed as tick inspector of the fourth district to accept^ a similar con* I 1 See our line of Hammocks au d | . tt j r\ Claiborne Hardware Company | tract in his neighborhood. Porch Swings. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O ASTO R Dr. H. G. Pattersou received this week six very fine Duroc Jersey hogs, a male and five fe males. He paid $225 for the male, and almost $900 for the six. They will be cared for by Mr. E. P. Hoopes, who is interested with Dr. Patterson in cattle raising. Don't miss the Special Sale Sat urday, July 8bt. Great bargains in all departments. David Bock's Department Store. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A Last Sunday morning while two of the Frenchmen who art ested in buying ties here for ibur government were driving up Mam street extension in their Ford automobile,, the car ran off the embankment .andturned over. The only damage sustained was a broken car top and foiled clothing. niter AUTOMOBILE OWNERS — Firestone Tires mean more miles per dollar—for sale at Claiborne Hardware Company Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A Claiborne county citizens who served on the federal grand jury at Vicksburg this week were: J. L. Lord, Hermanville; F. E. Her ring, Pattison; C. W. McMurcby, Jr., Hermanville; E. B. Regan, Humphreys; M. J. Luster, Regan ton; A. McC. Byrnes, Insmore; I H. A. Marschalk, Port Gibson, W. H. Rogers, Violet. Those j on the petit juries were: Patterson, Jr., Haukinaon; Peyton; M. R. Headley, D. F. Highlendet, Rocky Springs, and J. P. Lutn, Rocky Springs. S. B. B. G. I Rush, I p nrt riihcnn 1 ' Shipment cf I Batavia Grape Juice C. E- Morris. Fresh • Bridges Washed Away. |As a result of the very heavy rain which feel in the lower por tion of the county Monday, three | bridges, one about 20 feet in led away.' They are being re placed as rapidly as possible. length, on the Russum road, wash Fresh Norris Candy C. E. Morris. Tropical Storm. The high northerly wind compained by rain, which has pre ac vailed through this section for the past 24 hours is due to a West Indies hurricane which struck Mo bile and Pensacola yesterday. Both cities are cut off from outside com muuication, aud extent of damag done is not known, e OMiaren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A Plantz- Person. Miss Belle M. Person, second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. | j. W. Person, was united in mar riage yesterday evening at 7:30 o' clock, at the home of the Misses I Person in Pert Gibson, to Rev J Samuel Plautz, president of Law rence College, Appleton, Wis. Rev. H. H. Brownlee officiating. Why Endure Summer Colds I D* 4 * sn * ne cessary to have a stuffed head, 1 running nose. To cough your head off as it were. All you need do is to use Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. The soothing and | bealing balsams open the clogged air pas sage and in a short time you get relief and start on roac ^ t0 recovery- Your nose | stops running, you cough less and you know you are getting better. Get a bot tle, use as directed. Keep what is left as a cough and cold insurance. Fine Lespedeza Crop. Mr. L. S. Pearson has 160 acres of lespedeza meadow which gives 'promise of making a Targe yield of hay. Some of the lespedeza is 16 inches high, and he is expecting a yield of three tons per acre from some of the best. Mr. Pearson sold 400 bushels of oats on the local market last Mon day. Should Sloan's Liniment Go Along? of Of course it should! For after a strenu ous day when your muscles have been exercised to the limit an application of Sloan's Liniment will take the soreness and stiffness away and get you in fine shape for the morrow. You should also use it for a sudden attack of toothache, stiff neck, backache, stings, bites and the many accidents that are incidental to a vacation. "We would as soon leave out baggage as go on a vacation or camp out without Sloan's Liniment." Writes ope vacationist: "We use it for everything from cramps to toothache.'' Put a bottle in your bag, be prepared and have no re grets. When writing advertisers men tion the Reveille. fe P. No Change at Alcorn. Prof. L. J, Rowan, who has for several years been at the head of Alcorn A. & M. College for ne groes, and who has given satis faction, was reelected fora' term of four years by the general board of trustees last week. James Mc Clure of Fayette, the very efficient secretary, waà also reelected The board acted wisely in re electing both of these officials. A Hacking Cough Weakens the System Don't suffer with a hacking cough that has weakened your system—get a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, in use over 40 years, and benefiting all who use it, the soothing pine balsam with tar heal the irritated air passages—soothes the raw toseos the mucous and prevents racking the body with coughing. Dr. King's New Discovery induces natural sleep and aids nature to cure you. two the The a tots, ' Fourth of July Fight. As a tesult of a fourth of July drunk near Rocky Springs, in which a number of negroes were engaged, Tom Gilcrlst Is in bad shape with a mashed head and Tom Brown, a Louisiana negro who recently came into the neigh borhood, is in jail awaiting trial. Brown was so full of patriotism and liquor that lie thought he was again fighting for the country's freedom and seized a stone and mashed the head of Gilcrlst. Sheriff Davenport went to the scene of the trouble and arrested Brown. — who jury J. For all kind of artistic hand painting and stenciling on ladies hats, dresses and all wearing ap parel which is now so much in vogue. Call and see or write Mrs. Agnes Qu igless, Port Gibson, Miss., Fair and Farmer St. I have all the latest patterns and paints. Adv. B. G. Your Choice for the Best Ice Tea: t Orange PeKoe cf I Mixed [Green and Black] ^ un ^©wcjer Young Hyson Upton's Ceylon and India C. E. MORRIS. To Property Owners. Your sidewalks must be cleaned of all weeds and grass AT ONCE, and all weeds must be cleared from your premises. By order of Street Committee. A. A. MADDOX. Marshal. June'29, 1916. in re ABSOLUTELY FREE. To all who do not want to be cheated, is the opportunity to test the merit and learn the value of a modern Singer before sending away for, cr buying an inferior sewing > machine at any price. Yon are I sure to save money and avoid dis t by purchasing of the Singer S -ving Machine Co. Look tor the familiar letter "S. HERMAN MARX, Agent. f appoii n M e FOR SALE—Graded Shropshire Ram, fine individual, three years old, weighs around two hundred pounds. jy6-3 B. H. Wade. Tillman, Miss. t S t » Vy FOR SALE No. 77—16 acres right in Utica Mi;,s., five; tenadt houses and a blacksmith shop. Only 286 steps from main business corner. Make fine truck farm. Ideal fig and peach land. Front 690 feet on Utica and Ed wards Road. Good location for store. Photo free. Price $1500; one third cash. - The Barheiir Realty Company, VIÛKSBUÜ6. MISS. Official Survey. Having purchased the best surveying outfit obtainable can guarantee rapid and extremely accurate work. "Know thy boundaries as thy life." FRANK D. WERKING, County Surveyor, BARLAND, MISS, mch3o-iy F-RESH BULBS of all kinds just come in . Cut Flowers and Designs Write me for any thing you need in the flower line. Prompt attention given all orders. the year round, ^ MRS. E. BIRDSONG, (Succes*or to W. 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M. on Mon day, the first day of their regular August, 1916, meeting of said Board, sealed bids for building a bridge over Big Sand Creek near Reganton, and over Willis Creek near Tillman, the said bridge to be a cable or concrete bridge, ac cording to plans and specifications on file in the Chancery Clerk's office. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Bv order of the Board. B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk. Notice to Pensioners. You are hereby notified that in accordance with Chapter 124 of the Laws of 1916, all pension ap plications now on file are declared void, and all parties in Claiborne County who have been drawing pensions will have to file new ap plications with me on or before the first Monday in September, 1916, B. H. MOREHEAD, Chancery Clerk. c«»h fuu. NOTICE. The Board of Supervisors of Claiborne Connty, Miss., will ceive to 2 o'clock P. M. on Mon day, the first day of their regular August, 1916, meeting of said Board sealed bids for working all of the public roads in District No. 2, and Links 3, 8, 9, 10, 13 and 16» of District No. 3, according to plans and specifications on file in, the Chancery Clerk's office The Board reserves the right to, reject any aud all bids. By order of the Board. B. H MORE.HEAD, Clerk. a re NOTICE. The Board of Supervisors of Claiborne County, Miss., will re ceive to 2 o'clock P. M. on Mon day, the first day of their regular August, 1916, meeting of said Board, sealed bids for opening up new road through McArthur place in Dist. No. 2. By order of the Board. B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk.