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THURSDAY, AUG 10, iqi6 personal Mr. b. F. Parker will leave Sun day to visit bis son at Mobile. Mrs. T. H. Freeland is visiting friends at Lorman and Westside. Miss Emily Mason is visiting the Misses Dochterman in Vicksburg. Miss Georgie Mann of Pattison was a recent guest of Miss Estelle Shaiier. Miss Mildred Allen of Pattison has been visiting her sister, Mrs. ]obn Hughes. Mrs. R. B. Shoat and children left this week to visit relatives at Covington, Tenu. Miss Matille Guthrie of Tensas parish, La., is the guest of Miss Gretchen Guthrie. Mis. T. T. Bailey and daughters have returned from a visit to rel ative« in Yazoo county. Mr. |. Mack Jones of Violet has been playing bail in East Missis sippi lor the past week. Mr. and Mrs. VV. T. Shelby and child are visiting Mr. Shelby's old home at Camden, Madison county. Mr. R. G. Hastings, assistant cashier of the Port Gibson Bank, is enjoying a three weeks' vaca tion. Mr. W. E. Bradford of Colum bia, Mo., has been here this week wob his friend, Mr. Jas. Me Alester. Mr. Tom Butler of the light plant is enjoying a tea days' vaca tion wbiob be is spending at Baton Rouge. Mrs. L. B. Allen and children, accompanied by Mrs. S. A. Marks, are visiting relatives at Sonatobia and in Arkansas. Messrs. Emmet Guthrie and Fred Guthrie are guests ot re latives. The latter is visiting bis father, Mr. W. C. Guthrie. Mr. Daniel Johnsou and Misses Mattie Joyce and Emma Dochter man were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Crisler Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Baylisssa Liebman and children have arrived from New Orleans and will occupy the J. W. Person residence till Dec, ist. Mrs. Abijah Hunt returned last Saturday to her home in Jefferson county, after spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Headly. Miss Bettie Foster is in Vicks burg recovering from an operation for appendicitis. She was accom panied there by Miss Juliet Featb trstun. Mr. J. M. Taylor is in Memphis attending the Bankers-Farmers Convention of six states. He was on the program for an address last night. Night Ticket Agent Griffing of the Valley railroad is just back from Carlisle where he relieved Agent Regan, who was enjoying a vacation. Mr. Durrtook Miss Irma How ard to Brown's Wells in his car Sunday. After spending a week there, she will visit her aunt in Chattanooga. * Mr. R. E. Stewart, an employe at tbe local depot, has been pro moted to tbe baggage department at Baton Rouge. His wife and child will leave Sunday. Miss Lizzie Hutchinson, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary Lee, left Saturday for Mon roe, La., to meet another sister, Mrs. C. H. Beuton, of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Manns, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Goepel and P . L. Goepel went to Brown's Wells this week in their car. Messrs. Manus and C. A. Goepel will re main several days. Mrs. Lena Smith of tbe tele- phone exchange has returned from a vacation spent at Ruston, La. She was accompanied home by her daughter, Annie, who had been »here several weeks. -Mr. W. L. Taylor of Wdlows is at home again after a trip of two weeks to Mobile, Pensacola aud other places. He says tbe devastation caused by tbe recent hurricane was terrible. Department We have just received a CAR LOAD OWENSBORO FARM WAGONS Call and examine them and get our prices CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO Telephone 43] \ Mrs. Leslie Minnis and childreu have returned from La., and are with Mrs. pareuts, VI r. lender, uttu Ru&sum. Callender, wuo was returned also. Mr. Minnis will re. main at Tallulah. Tallulah, Miuuis' and Mrs. J. A. Cal* Miss Ruby with them, at Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Mattings, Rugs and Linoleums, all specially priced at David Bock's Department Store The rainfall tor the first ten days of August amounts to 2.76 inches. Rain has fallen six of the ten days. Fresh Norris Candv C. E. Morris. J. N. Brashear recently bought the 150 head ot cattle recently sold to M. R. Headley by Evan John* son. Saturday, August i2tb, a beau tiful line of Men's 50c. Neckwear on sale for 29c. at David Bock's Department Store. The Joseph drug store is again open for business, after haviug been closed for three months on account of the fire. Dress Goods and Trimmings, Notions, Linens, Towels. Domes tics, Sheetings, all at usual low price. David Bock's Department Store. re The congressional election will take place next Tuesday. The two candidates are P. E. Quin and R. N. Miller. Porch Sets C. E. Morris. The Woman's Missionary So ciety of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Featherstun at five o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Headquarters for Osnaburgs. Get our price before buying. David Bock's Department Store. Mr. R. W. Magruder took a number of small boys on a camp at Baker's Creek this week. Fish ing and bathing were the principal sports. of a Carload Brood Mares, weighing 960 to 1000 lbs, all in foal, some with colts by their side, for sale at Marx Stable. The Rev. Mr. Wells, rector of St. James church, will officiate as usual on Subday, August 13th. On Saturday evening he will meet with toe Bible class. Don't miss this chance to lay in a supply of beautiful 50c. ties for 29c. Saturday, August 12th, is. the Big Day at David Bock's Department Store. The work of laying the side walks is materially hampered by daily rains and pedestrians who seem to take a delight ia destroy ing the surface of the walks before they are dry. 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. Mr. C. A. Elliott developed au acute attack ot appendicitis Sun day aud was hurriedly taken to Vicksburg Monday, and immedia tely operated upon. We are glad to report-that he is improving. OhildrenCry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A Men's, Women's-and Children's Lowcuts and Pumps, an endless variety of styles and leather. We have a shoe to fit any member of your family. A trial will convince you that we can fit, also save you some money. David Bock's Department Store. J. S. Brown aud Sam Ellis have secured the agency for the weil known and popular Overland au* tos, and bave just returned from Jackson with a handsome touring car. Read their advertisement. Attention Farmers. Brood Mares. Carload has ar rived at Marx Stable. They are .Young, all heavy in foal, some with colts, Call early aud get your pick. The Reveille was in error last week in stating that Deputy Sheriff Mason testified that ho had requested Will Phillips to bring, him two quarts of whiskey from Vicksburg. His testimony was that one quart was for bun and tbe other was tor a friend. Junket Tablets, for Custards & ice Cream C. E. Morris. The board of directors of the Fair Association failed to meet Tuesday. Only one out of town member was present. It is dis couraging when so little interest fs taken by those whose duty it is to hasten the already late prepara tions. Fresh Shipment of Batavia Grape Juice C. E. Morris. Mrs. Thos. Turner will leave this week ou her business trip. She had intended going to the St. Louis hat market this season, but t owiug to the big displays the northern bat bouses will have thi month in New Orleans she will go there instead to purchase her mil linery good?. I S at Kenosha Kfosec Krotch Union Suits for Men C.. E. Morris. a Mahaffey, who bought the Crane place near West side uot long since, arrived this week to take possession. He has, among other things, a large trac tion engine with which to break the land. Mr. Mahaffey has let ibecoutract for a residence, building wili be constructed of sawea logs, bolted together. Mr. C. B. The of Open for Business. My drug store is again open for business at the saufe staud, with a thoroughly new stock of goods, and new fixtures. Soda fount and cream parlor in connection. I in vite my friends aud former cus tomers to visit me. J. G. JOSEPH. Mr. H. B. Hudsou, who ans wered the President's call to arms when war with Mexico seemed in evitable, has returned to his work at Hill Crest Farm. Mr. Hudson soon after going into camp was seat to.Yicksburg tor an operation for appendicitis, after which he went to his old home near Peyton to recuperate. Be sure to attend the Big Neck wear Sale Saturday, Aug T2th. A splendid assortment of Men's Silk Ties,' the very choicest patterns and latest styles. While they last you can select any one of those beautiful 50c. ties for ouly 29c. David Bock's Department Store 1 Frieuds of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson will be glad to learn that their little son, Randolph, who has been a cripple for several years from the effects of infantile paralysis, has just been success fully operated upon, and tbe at tending surgeon states he will be permanently cured. Mrs. Ander son is with the little fellow. Trustees to Meet. The trustees of tbe colored public schools of tbe county are called to meet at the court house on tbe second Saturday in August at 12 o'clock. A. M. ADDISON. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R 1 A Your Choice for the Best Ice Tea: Orange PeKoe Mixed [Green and Black] Gun Powder Young Hyson Lipton'stfCeylon and India C. E. MORRIS. Farmeis 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 and get you pick t at Marx Stable. Trustee's Sale. Under and by virtue of the au thority vested in me as substituted trustee in that certain deed of trust executed and delivered by Eddie McClure aud his wife, Lutie Mc Clure, of the County of Claiborue, State of Mississippi, to and in favor of H. C. Mounger of the County of Claiborne and State of Missis sippi, as Trustee for J. W. Clark, Administrator, on the 21st day of April, 1910, and recorded in the office of Chancery Clerk of Clai trorne County, Mississippi, in book No. 56 at page 460, of the records of mortgages and trust deeds_on land of said County and State, which debt and trust deed have been assigned and transferred to vlrs. Leila Smith, Guardian, the undersigned as Substituted Trus tee, whose substitution appears of record in Book No. 3-Y, page 236, in the office of the Chancery Clerk o 1 Claiborne County, Mississippi, of the records of lands and convey ances of said County and State, will offer for sale and sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash at the front door of the Court House of Claiborne County, Mis sissippi, on the Second Day of September, A. D. I9I6, dis fs to during the legal hours of sale, the following described real estate, situate in Claiborne County, Mis sissippi, towit: Begin for survey at the sec tion corner of the line between sec tions 2 and 12, thence north 14 52 chains to stake and pine X, same being the S. W. corner of J. P Martin's land, thence south 69^ degrees, east 7 chains to a stake aud 2 pines X just east of road, thence south 46^ degrees, east 22 chains to an oak stump on the line between sections 12 and 13, said towuship and range, which stump was formerly described as in front of tbe old negro church (now gone), thence south 15 minutes, east with said section line 16.89 chains to a stake 70 links south of a corner said to have been made by A. Shields Co., Surveyors. Thence south 89.75 degrees, west 39 64 chains to a pine knot near an old fence, thence north 20 chains to the place of beginning, being 15 29 acres in section 2, and 79 50 acres in section 12, all in Township 10, Range 4 east, aggregating 94.79 acres, more or less, and being the same land set aside to the said A. B. Sanders in the partition deed of record in deed Book 3-M, page 302 of the records of deeds in said Couuty and State. Terms of sale cash. Purchaser of St. but the go S let of to pay for ti;ie. D. V. HKRLONG, Substituted Trustee. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO RI A for a in FRESH BULBS of all kinds just come in. Cut Flowers and Designs the year round. Write me for any thing you need in the flower line. Prompt attention given all orders. MRS. E. BIRDSONG, (Successor to W. H. Wright) 202 North Monroe St., Vicksburg he Telephone 743 ANNIE L. BOLL. Solicits work in artistic painting Dcsigin work in oil, pastel, char' coal, water colors, china painting chamois and satin. FOR RENT—Gage house on Church street. A J. W. Person, Agt. 33 POSTED.—Greenwood Planta tion, against hunting, fishing aud all trespassing. This means you, so please cio not ask. It is no pleasure to refuse. H. W. M. DRAKE. 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. & I. T. & H. W. M. Drake / Port Gibson Readers Can No Longer Doubt the Evidence. This grateful citizen testified long ago. Told of quick relief—of un doubted benefit. The facts are now confirmed. Such testimony is complete— the evidence is conclusive. It forms convincing proof of merit. Mrs. N. V. Pruett, 109 Madison St., Natchez, Miss., says : "I had attacks of kidney trouble and suff ered considerably from backache. I lacked energy and couldn't rest comfortably. I arose in the morn ing feeling tired and unrefreshed. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me in a short time." (Statement given May, itjii). On May 2, 1914, ,Mrs. Pruett added : *T am just as earnest in recommending Doan's Kidney Pills now, as I was in 1911. I am now lu good health and am glad to give the credit where it belongs. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy— get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Pruett has twice publicly recommended. Foster Mil burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. [Adv,] * NEIL CALLAHAN WILIAM MCLELAN The Vicksburc Boiler & Iron Works Boiler Tubes o WK «* 4 - *. ' 4 -'r Si - z • V ;• ' * ■. o njmm j jr Pipe *■ 0. •J Sigmjjjgr Valves W o o to c N 2 • * i and Fittings All Û Sizes Complete C O EyjSpr ^toek ■ ■ ? 'i. SwahifcMf * MANUFACTURERS OF Boilers, Smokestacks, Breechings and Tanks Marine and Plantation Wor a Specialty. First Class Mechanics Sent Out on Repair Work VICKSBURG. MISS. VI m £ A r 1 f # f & 8 A .V j 57? 4 •[«n 1 ß] ß o •Té] é y mu iV. * 302 said * ■X w* Y •; . 5 -Vv. -. 5 > m ■r> § 3 $ ft a* ■ 1 Agents Wanted To represent one of the largest, most modernally equipped and reliable Marble firms in the South. We furnish you 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 ity of our work increases the demand. Write us for terms, etc. on no COLUMBUS MORBLE WORKS COLUMBUS, MISS. at je 22-4 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. Also secoqd hand Mowing Machine. Apply at the Reveille office. je8 Second Hand Boiler and Engine for Sale. Apply at june29~4t Reveille Office. FOR RENT. — Pasture Lands. Good range winter and summer. 0Ctl4-IV fMiss) Ida Neal. POSTED—My property, espec ially against hogs. Miss E. A. Percy POSTED —LaCache plantation gainst hunting. J-V- GAGE, Manager a oc'28-6ni n OSTED—My plantation against inting and other trespassing. Mrs. E. R. Montgomerv n FOR RENT—Four rooms with bath Good, location. Improve ments to suit tenants. jy*3 J. W. PERSON, Agt. POSTED — My place, against hnnting or any other trespassing. mch2-yr M. GILSTON. FOR SALE—Two mares and a double wagon. E. A. Watson, JL AX r— u <f ? ß Y ai V/ w jm ) n \ X m / 7 Æ 1 7 N Ml W? KF m ( i mm * - a v Jj Your Choice of iinety-Four (94) Styles Colors and Si*öS in ths famous line of "ffanjwe" Bicycles, shown in full color in our big new Catalogue just off thepres* There are eighty-three (83) others, also, shown at prices ranging from $11.7 0 , $13.7S, $15.7 a up. 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WERKING * County Surveyor, BARLAND, MISS. mch 30 «iy 4 _* ■-> 28* V «Éffc .«• pgjf in r. LEW i WELSCH CO. Funeral Directors Phone, 105 Residence. 151 Bowman Kelley a very fine animal, will make the season at Marx Stable Terms: $10.00 when colt stands. Marx & Morehead. $50 A I am agent tor the following periodicals : Saturday Evening Post Ladies' JHome Journal Cosmopolitan New Orleans Picayune Memphis Commerical-Appeal Memphis Mews-Scimitar Jackson News. C. M. HOWARD.