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THE REVEILLE
THURSDAY, AUG 3, 1916
personal
Miss Fannie Person is visiting
her sister in New Orleans.
Miss Gretcben Guthrie is visit*
ing relatives in Natchez.
Mr. L. M. Heidenreich is home
from an extended commercial trip.
Mr. B. H. Sbaifer of Fenwick,
Adams county, was here this
week.
Miss Laura Sbaifer has returned
from a visit to relatives in Adams
county,
Mr. S. S. Krauss left this week
for a trip to Chicago and New
York.
Sheriff Jos. Davenport is spend*
ing a few days with bis brother in
the delta.
Rev. W. F. Creson attended a
meeting of Presbytery at Fayette
this week.
Miss Loretta Segrest of Hervey
spent last week with Mrs. C. I.
Bunting.
Mrs. G. W. Harvey of Texas
is visiting her granddaughter, Mrs.
R. G. Hastings.
Dr. J. V. May was called to !
Brookhavea this week by the ill
ness of bis brother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Redhead of
Centreville are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. Allen.
Mr. G. T. Walne returned this
week from his vacation which was
spent on the coast.
Misses £ula and Lydia McDow
ell of Flora have been visiting
Mrs. H. D. Brownlee.
Mrs. £. X. Mclnnis and child
of Jackson are guests of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. French.
Mr. J. M. Taylor was called to
Arkansas ibis week by the serious
illness of bis brother in law.
Joseph Short, Jr., and Irwin
Allein of Vicksburg are visiting
Miss Mattie and Mr. D. D. Irwin.
Mrs. A. C. Ferrell of Hazlehurst
and Mrs. R. W. Wilson and child
of New Orleans are guests of Mrs.
J. M. Webb.
Mrs. A. K. Brasbear and daugb
... ...... .
ters. Misses Mildred and Anona,
of Vicksburg are guests of Mrs. J.
N. Brashear.
Misses Katherine and Rebecca
Baillio and Miss Flowers of Alex
andria, La., are guests of the
Misses Sbaifer.
Mrs. C. £. Barber and daughter
of the delta arrived yesterday and
will spend several weeks with Mrs.
E. j. Kennard.
Miss Sal lie McArthur will leave
today to spend several months
with her niece, Mrs. Bodin, at
Lake Charles, La.
The friends of Miss Emily
Loury, who is a companion to a
lady in Helena, Ark., has gone for I
a trip to California. |
Mr. J. H. Luton and family
bave moved from Rocky Spriogs J
to Louisiana, where Mr. Luton is
employed in a saw mill.
Mrs. H. N. Spencer and chil
dren have returned from a visit of
several weeks to Mrs. Spencer's
mother at Water Valley.
Mrs. J. B. Flowers has returned
to Rocky Springs from Vicksburg, I
where she bad been in a sanitari*
um under treatment for several
wee ^ s - I
Mrs. C. £. Hansel, after speak
ing a few weeks with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. French, returned
this week to her home at Oklako
ma City.
Mrs. G. T. Walne and children
returned from a visit to relatives
at Vicksburg, and lett the next
day to spend a week or two at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Se
grest at Hervey.
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Mrs. B. E. Humphreys, Mr. I
Headley, Mr. and Mrs. J. j,
Moore and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Johnson ot Merigold left yeater
day by automobiles to spend a few
days on tbe coast. L_
Mrs. Duocan McDougall left
Monday for the Panama Canal
We have just received a.
CAR LOAD
OWENSBORO FARM
WAGONS
Call and examine them and get our prices
CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO.
Telephone 431
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where her husbaud is in the gov
ernment employ,
rangements were made to provide
homes lor the families of employes
at the canal, which will make it
pleasant lui all concerned.
Dr. A. L. Chapman, prominent
citizen and physician, of Herman»
ville, accompanied by Messrs.
John and Frank Clark, motored to
Vicksburg, aud mingled with
friends
Recently ar
!
Sunday. Dr. Chapman
has many friends in the city who
enjoyed his visit and who regret
that his stay in the city was brief.
—Vicksburg Democrat.
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Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags,
Mattings, Rugs and Linoleums, alii
specially priced at
David Bock's Department Store
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Last Monday was the fiftieth
anniversary of Mr. Thomas M
Rea's arrival in Port Gibson.
The Reveille has just received
an electric motor which will be
installed in Its job printiog de
partment.
Saturday, August 5th, Big Shirt
Waist Sale. Be sure and come
early to get size and style.
David Bock's Department Store.
The Ford autos have undergone
a big decrease in price, as will be
seen by the adv. of the Alleu Auto
Now is the time to buy.
Co.
Mr. S. Montgomery,
D. Montgomery, was
recently appointed rural route j
rider for Route No. 1 of that place. |
son of
Mrs. M.
Fresh Norris Candy
C. E. Morris.
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Mr. J. G. Spencer was recently
given a paid up life insurance
to | t >ol * c y for $500 by the company
be re P r esents in appreciation of
his services.
Dress Goods and Trimmings,
Notions, Linens, Towels, Domes
tics, Sheetings, all at usual low
| price,
David Bock's Department Store.
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A runaway horse belonging to
Mr. B. H. Magruder caused
.
siderable excitement this morning,
J. Excepting a broken buggy,
! , ,
drmage was done.
con
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Miss Priscilla Byrues, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Byrnes of
Insmore, was thrown from a horse
recently and suffered the disloca
tion of a shoulder.
Be sure to attend the Big Shirt
Waist Sale Saturday, August 5th.
U large assortment ot waists at
only 39c. each.
David Bock's Department Store.
a
I son has been granted a patent on
| a bite finder, a method by which
dentists may more easily prosecute
J certain liaes of their work,
Dr. L. A. Smith of Port Gib
Although the weather has been|
threatening for the past few days,
clover raisers are cuttiog their
crops in order to save the seed
which has not already wasted.
I Carload Brood Mares, weighing
960 to fooo lbs, all in foal, some
with colts by their side, for sale
I at Marx Stable.
Men getting out ties near the
river state that mosquitoes are so
I bad they can scarcely work. This j
pest is said to be worse along j
smali steams and in pastures than |
for years past.
The following extracts are made
from a letter written Director Row
I Iand 1 ° f Archlves and History cor- |
recting errors concerning publica* j s
tions about the establishment of I
In5,itttte and H**
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Iunl<r£»+ T a Li a i 0 r J
L_ JU j nK , * «Diets, TOT
Custards & Ice Cream
C. E. Morris.
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it 18 ame warden has gone back on
I in K under the impression that be
has been kicked out of office had
| better take warning.
Since Chancellor Taylor has
decided that the referendum amend*
ment has not become law, the state
bis job, and those who are labor*
A beautiful line of Ladies Waists
! in white aud colors, nicely trimmed
in lace and embroidery, all latest
I designs, values from 75c. up.
Saturday, August 5th, while they
last, you can have your choice of
I any waist for less than half value,
(namely 39c.
alii David Bock's Department Store.
I -
I The Bock Department Store
advertised special prices on under
wear for Saturday in the Kev< iUt*
* I of last week, and by eight o'clock
Ion the morning of the sale three
| dozeu UD * 0Q suits, all the firm bad
in stock, had been disposed'"•L
1 ^ an y other articles of under
wear were sold.
The Parlor Millinery
Mrs. Thos. Turner.
, OQ
I * hone loo.
Attention Farmers.
Brood Mares. Carload bas ar
rived at Marx Stable. They are
youug, all heavy in foal, some
with colts, Call early and get
your pick.
j advertisement asking
| whereabouts of young Jas. G. Cos
ton. The anxious parents of the boy
offer to pay tor information about
The Reveille today contains an
for the
the young mao,who seems to have
been here the latter part of June,
j but
we are sure that any of our
I readers who might know where he
I can b e found would gladly furnish
I (be information free of charge,
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Porch Sets
low
C. E. Morris.
Next Monday the board of su*
I pervisors will probably let the
I contract for the building of two
to I bridges, one at Tillman and the
other over Big Sand in the north.
eastern part of the county,
There
are plans for both steel and con
crete structures, and there will
likely be bids tor both kinds. The
Reveille is exceedingly anxious
for the board to place concrete
bridges over these streams if they
can be built at a reasonable cost.
no
of
Farmers needing Mares, it will
pay you to invest in some of these
Brood Mares. All heavy in foal
and colts by their side. We
guarantee that they make you
money. Call early aud get you ]
pick, at Marx Stable. I
at
Trustees to Meet.
schools of the county are called to j
meet at the court bouse on the I
seC0Qd Saturday in August at 12
o'clock.
The trustees of the colored public
A. M. ADDISON.
Palm Beach Suits for Men and
Boys—a large variety of patterns
to select from; also a big assort
ment of Keep Kool Clothes. Price
and look before buying elsewhere.
David Bock's Department Store.
May Be a "Tigress.
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j asked by Sheriff Davenport to as
j sist in the affairs of the office dur
| ing his absence,
Mr. S. H. Bagnell,
who was
and Marshal |
Maddox, arrested Mary Quigless j
on a charge of selling liquor.
About half of a gallon of whiskey
was found in her house, and the
| officers say they have ev j dence that
j s ij e had been selling. The case
I wi ]| be beard before Justice Hed
H** •— -«»*■«•
I The accused is the mother of
J Minor Lowery, recently killed by
Ge0 C jjf ton and anot h er negro.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
©ASTORIA
Kenosha Klosed
Krotch Union Suits
for Men
C. E. Morris.
The Parlor Millinery wish
es to say the department to be
known as the Woman's Fan
cy Work Department, will
only charge 10 per cent when I
goods are sold, for handling
and advertising. Those in
terested will please begin
sending or bringing - their
goods by Sept. 10th.
Mrs. Thos. Turner.
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Fresh Shipment of
Batavia Grape Juice
C. E* Morris*
Work Progressing Slowly.
Owing to the failure of the
second shipment of gravel anc
sand to arrive the work of paving
the walks of town has not pro
gressed rapidly during the past
week. The walks on Fair and
Carroll streets and two blocks on
Walnut have been completed,
and work was begun on Farmer
street this morning.
The
cantractors are having
trouble with careless people dam
aging the walks before they are
dry and teamsters driving over
crossings. Stock also walk on the
wet pavements.
pavements.
REGANTON.
Mise Lucile Skates was the
pleasant visitor of Miss Bertha
Fisher for a few days this week.
Miss Bertha returned home with
her and stayed several days.
Miss Julia Luster has returned
from Violet where she has been
visiting Mrs. Jones.
Quite a number of Reganton
people attended the meeting at
Rocky Springs Sunday.
Mr. J. D. Williams spent the
day quite pleasantly in the home
of Mr. X. E. Wilkerson Saturday.
Mr. George Fisher spent the
week end with Mr. Joe White of
Newmantown.
Mts. Foote has as her house
guest for this week Mrs. Bailey
Lee of Utica.
Your Choice for the Bes
Ice Tea:
Orange PeKoe
Mixed [Green and Black
Gun Powder
Young Hyson
Lipton's Ceylon and India
C. E. MORRIS.
JAS. G. COSTON,
Age 20; weight about 175 pounds;
height about 5:8; wears hair pom
padoured. Was in Port Gibson
between June 17th aud July ist.
His mother is not well and his
parents are worried over his failure
to write. A reward will be paid
for information as to his where
abouts. Address Lock Box S, Os
ceola, Ark.
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FOR RENT—Gage bouse on
Church street.
J. W. Person, Agt.
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FOR SALE—Two mares and a
double wagon.
E. A. Watson,
Russum, Miss.
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foal
We I—Thoroughbred Hampshire Boar,
you two years old and weighs 300 lbs.
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FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
R. L. Hamilton.
ABSOLUTELY FREE.
To all who do not want to be
cheated, is the opportunity to test
tbe merit and learn the value of a
to j modern Singer before sending away
the I for, or buying an inferior sewing
12 machine at any price. You are
[sure to save money and avoid dis* :
appointment by purchasing of the j
Singer Sewing Machine Co.
Look for the familiar letter "S.
HERMAN MARX, Agent.
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Bowman Kelley
a very fine animal, will make
the season at
Marx Stable
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j Terms: $10.00 when colt
stands.
Marx & Morehead.
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LEW & WELSCH CO.
Funeral Directors
Phone, 105
Residence. 151
Cut Flowers
Plants
THE
Design Work
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nRS. C. B. DOCHTERMAN
VICKSBURG. niS
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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, JBARLANDi MISS.
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coal,
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with a complete out-fit,
etc. After you have sold
and erected one of our
monuments you will find
this a money making
proposition, as the Qual
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the demand. Write us
for terms, etc.
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PORT GIBSON MISS
Classical and Science Courses.
Ranks among the best schools in
South. Graduates enter Soph class at A
& M., Freshman at University. Rates $50
per year for day students.
W. G. MARTIN. B. S..
president
Patronize
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Curriculum in harmony with the lates
!<:cational requirements, faculty strong
Lc-t-ih record splendid, buildings commo
dious, sanitary and comfortable, premises
attractive.
Attendance on the present session better
than usual.
For illustrated catalogue, and special in;
formation, address
REV. T. J. O'NEIL, President.
Port Gibeon, Mies.
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ANNIE L. BOLL.
Solicits work in artistic painting.
Deslgin work in oil, pastel, char
coal, water colors, china painting,
chamois and satin.
State of Mississippi, )
To Louisa Porter: j
You are commanded to appear
before the chancery court of the
county of Claiborne, In said state,
on the First Monday of November,
A. D. 1916, to defend tbe suit in
said conrt of Floyd Porter, where -
in you are the defendant.
This 7th day of July, A.D. 1916.
B. H. MOREHEAD,
Chancery Clerk.
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FOR SALE—Sweet milk, de
Mrs. H. H. Crisler,
vered.
FOR SALE—Choice of one of
two High Grade Babcock Buggies
in good physical condition, except
in need of painting. Ai.-o second
hand Mowing Machine. Apply at
tbe Reveille office.
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Second Hand Boiler and Engine
for Sale. Apply at -
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Reveille Office.
FOR RENT. — Pasture Lands
Good range winter aud summer.
0Ctl4—IV
(Miss) Ida Neal.
POSTED— Mÿ property, espec
ially against hogs.
Miss E. A. Percy
POSTED — LaCache plantation
J.V. GAGE,
Manager
against hunting.
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POSTED—My plantation against
hunting and other trespassing.
Mrs. E. R. Montgomery
FOR RENT—Four rooms with
bath. Good location. Improve
ments to suit tenants
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J. W. PERSON. Agt
POSTED — My place, against
hunting or any other trespassing.
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M. GIL5TON.
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.
FOR SALE—Four large and 2,
small Galvanized Iron Tanks suit
Tank Frames.
able for cisterns.
Assorted sizes in Iron Pipe and
Fittings. Platform Scales, Syrup
Cans, Shipping Cases, Rotary
Pump, 2% H. P. Gasoliue Engine,
Boiler for Steam Engine. Must be
moved by Angnst ist.
Port Gibson Pure Syrup Co.
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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, and only on first mortgage
E. S. Ä J. T. & H. W. M. Drakr
I am agent tor the following
periodicals :
Saturday Evening Post
Ladles' Home Journal
Cosmopolitan
New Orleans Picayune
Memphis Commerfcal-Appeal
Memphis Mews*Scimitar
Jackson News.
Q. M. HOWARD.
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 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 and all bids.
By order of the Board.
B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk.
NOTICE.
The Board of Supervisors of
Claiborne County, Miss., will re
cive to 2 o'clock P. 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.
By order of the Board.
B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk.
NOTICE.
Tbe Board of Supervisors of
Claiborne Countv, Miss., will re
ceive to 2 o'clock P. M. on Mon
day, the first day of their regular
Angnst, 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.
Birmingham, Ala., July 1, 1916.
Hon. Jos. Davenport,
Sheriff of Claiborne County,
Port Gibson, Miss.
Dear Sir: The following U. S.
Internal Revenue Licenses have
been issued to your (Claiborne)
County in the 6 months ending
. uly i, 1916: Name, Lennie Law
rence; business, R. L- D.; address
Port Gibson; from July 1, 1915, to
. uly I. 1916. I hereby certify that
I have carefully examined the
ord of the Collector of Internal
Revenue and the above Is complete
and correct.
rec*
Yours very truly,
SAM P. JONES.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this first day of July, 1916.
J. B MOSLEY,
Notary Public,
am required to
publish the above list, which I
certify is correct as received in this
office this 6th day of July, 1916.
JOS DAVENPORT,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Under the law I
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To Tax Payers.
The personal assessment rolls of
the county are on file in the chan
cery clerk's office subject to your
inspection before the board of
pervisors finally acts upon same.
D. V. HERLOIŸG,
Assessor,
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