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THE REVEILLE
THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1916
personal
Mrs. R. L. Byrnes of Natchez
is visiting Mrs. C. A. Gordon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Headley
returned last week from a trip to
Illinois.
Mrs. J. A. Regan is visiting her
son and daughter at Meridian and
Waynesboro.
Miss Lena Wallace of Humph
reys is now employed at the store
of C. E. Morris.
Miss Margarietta Stenecb of
Chicago is visiting her grand
mother, Mrs. Hall.
Miss Louise Watkins visited
Miss Carrie Daniell in Tensas
parish, La., last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Maddox
were called to Louisiana last week
by the death of Mr. Maddox's
sister.
Mrs. John Bunting has been
called to Bude by the dangerous
illness of her father, Mr. R. H.
White.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Butler have
gone 10 Myrtle Grove, La., to j
spend the fail with their daughter, I
Mrs. Pipes. 6 I
Mrs. Charles T. Chamberlain ol
Natchez aûd Mrs. Thomas JV
YouDg of BrookbaveD are visiting i
at the home of Mrs. A. K. Jones.
I
Revs. C. T. Thomson and W.
F. Creson are attending a meeting
of Mississippi Presbytery in ses I
sion at Pine Ridge, Adams
Mrs. Janies P. Cole of Browns- l
vine, lexas, wife of Lieut. Cole I
coun
'y*
U. S. A., is here visiting relatives.
Mrs. Cole is accompauied by her
son, Jim Cole, Jr.,
He
Young mares and mules for sale |
Knox Hats, late styles.
C. E. Morris.
by
Taylor & Bunting.
call
The thermometer reached to go
degrees Monday.
Gans Biothers Guaranteed Urn
brellas at C. E. Morris.

For good, sound Brood Mares
see Marx & Morehead. Satisfac
.too guaranteed. I

800
A good rain fell in the southern
portion of the county Monday [
night,
--- I
We are now handling oleomar- [
Cade Bros.
gariue.
A representative of tbe famous
Hawkes, eye specialist, will be at
Mauus'jewelry store for one day,
Saturday, Oct. 14th.
Will arrive next week— Carloar I
... , , , ' „ e Larioar.
Missouri Mules—at Marx & More- I
lit ad.
Street taxes are now due. Call
at office and pay same to avoid
dk m iges.
Oct. 10, 1916.
A. A. Maddox.
The Woman's Missionary So
ciety ol the Methodist church will
meet with Mrs. L. B. Allen Fri
day afternoon at four o'clock.
' I
Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, ti
Mattings, Rugs and Linoleums, all
specially priced at
David Bock's Department Store
u . 0 ,, , . I
Rrashear & Nelson recently re- be
Ceived IO registered Duroc SOWS at [ ^
Tbey
expect to develop a large hog farm
v B 1 ant
an
Iheir farm near Wesiside.
there.
1 he receipts of the local post
. office for the quarter ending Oct.
were $1522.24, as compared
with $i390-78last year, an increase
on
Mr. B. H. Morehead, of firm of »be
Matx & Morehead, is in St. Louis
buying Mules for Marx & More
head.
ist
ol $121.46.
Young mares and mules just
rived at Taylor & Bunting's stable. 1
ar
We have just received a
CAR LOAD
OWENSBORO FARM
WAGONS
Call-and examinejthem^andjget^our prices
CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO
TeleDhone 431
This morning F. D. Werking
closed the deu ! .for «he purchase of
the Jordan property, mar lbos,
turner's sore, and expects to
move bis faint y here.
Mares & Mules sold for cash or
credit, at
Stable.
to
Marx & Morehead
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Just opened a line of Queen Qual
ity Shoes, all the latest styles and
toes, also a new line of the cele
brated Educator Shoes for Boys
and Girls.
David Bock's Department Store.
Eugene Price, colored, was up
before Justice Hedrick Monday
for whipping bis wife,
fined $5 and cost and severely
reprimanded by the judge.
He was
Farmers needing Mules, it will
pay you to wait until next week.
We guarantee to save you money,
at Marx & Morehead Stable.
The EJzee Hats are
unsurpassed for style
and beauty. See them
at Mrs. C. C. Little's
The-. Reveille has a number ol
j interesting letters, among them
I -. D
I r 1 Up of tbe Pres byienal, which
are crowded out this week because
of press of other matters.
a
i ü 0 .
, b ® le — 6 5 head Mares and
I Mules—for cash or negotiable
securities, at Marx & Morehead
Stable.
I _
Just received, a new
l " 10 ° f Millinery from
I tne northern markets.
Mrs. C. C. Little.
J. N. Brashear will ship
a car
load of heavy steers from the
Evan Johnson place Saturday.
He and Mr. Rush shipped a car oi
| calves from Red Lick about ten
days ago.
Car load of mules aud
rived this week, and
need of a good animal is invited to
call and see them.
mares ai -
any one, in
Taylor & Bunting. *
wart,-. .K B- ru uH ,
work '"/ 00 lhe B 'S Black bt,dge
yesterday and pretty badly hurt,
though it is though, ,ha, there is
□ otbing serious about bis condi
t,oa * '
800 o, 9 00 Children is iodeed a|
task. The children are to be
eutertained at tbe expense of Port
G.bsoo, and we bel.eve they will
, ,
J. E. Regan, who is serving a
[ Seu ^ eQce * D * be pentientiafy for
the kiHiog of Moody, has been
I placed on 'he meritorious list and
[ a final hearing on his petition for
pardon will be heard at tbe J
uary meeting of the Board of Par
dons.
an
How to Give Good Advice.
The best way to give good advice is to
set a good example. When others see how
I ?-u ick, £ y ? u g , et ° ver your cold takin e
Chamberlam's Cough Remedy they are
I likely to follow your example.
edy has been in use for many years and
enjoys an excellent reputation. Obtainable
everywhere.
This rem
Advertisement
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
Grover Ragland, son of Mr. and
I Mrs. Arthur Ragland of Ingleside,
was struck by a pile driver while
ti
Don't Neglect Your Cold.
Neglected colds get worse, instead of
better. A stuffed head, a tight chest must
be relieved at once. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar
^ one r 1S Nature s remedy. Honey and
glycerine heal the irritated membrane, an
tiseptic tar loosens the phlegm, you breathe
easieran , d Y ? urc ^,i s broken U P- Pleas 'm
ant to take, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is "
an ideal remedy for children as well as |
grown-ups. At your Druggist, 25c.
Adv
prepare
Will Entertain the Children.
Tbe
oommittee appointed to
entertainment for tfie
children on school day of tbe Pair,
on the 2otb, is busily engaged in
»be task, and to supply lunch for
appreciate tbe courtesy.
of
to
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it gives quick relief. Sloan's Liniment re
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bites, bruises, bumps and other minor in
juries to children,
your druggist, 25c.
Get a bottle today at
* Ir. Ragsdale was born in July, I
1890, beiug 26 years of age at the |
tune of bis death.
or
and
up
Adv
Death of T. A. Ragsdale.
Thomas A. Ragsdale, a native
of Claiborne county, died Iasi
Saturday of typhoid fever at Alex
andria, La., and the
remains
were brought to his old borne ahd
mterred at Hermanville Monda)
morning, Rev J. W. Price officia
was
will
He was a mem
ber of the Methodist church.
He
promising young business J
man, and his untimely death was
a great shock to his friends and
relatives.
was a
The readers of this paper will be pleased I
learn that there is at least one dreaded
$100 Reward, $100
ol
a
disease that science has been able to
in all its stages, and that is catarrh.
tarrh being greatly influenced by constitu- I
tional conditions requires constitutional I
nternall, tJlcuthr™? I
mucous surfaces of the system thereby des- 1
troying the foundation of the disease, giv
m« the patient strength by building up the I
constitution and assisting nature in dointt
fairhTu bre curative*powers ot Hau > 's n ca
tarrh Cure that they offer One Bundled
Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. I
bend fori m °f tesnmoniahï.
Address f. y. cheney & Co.. Toie
Sold by all druggists, 75 c. I
The Parlor Millinerv I
iU . , , y J
Will continue to Show
something new in hats
each week. The worn
en s fancy work de
partment is thriving - .
Send in work for I
s>end in work tor salehseciiott
after exhibiting it at
the fair Make un a
*■ . lcllIm iVIdKe up a
big display for the|
cure
Ca
treatment.
do Ohio.
oi
-
on
of
„ , ,
spending a few days with relatives,
The teachers of Bethel Consoli- j of
as
of
W. S. Callender visiied I
friends in Rodney last Saturday. J
Mr. Tom Nelson is shipping a 8

Services will be held in Bethel J 307
ehurch Sunday by Rev. McLeod. I c ' r
From information at hand the I T
ty
tacky party, next Friday eveuiug I
at the home of Mrs. W. S. Calleu -1 and
der, vviil be very large. As stated J
, throut;h these columns last week, | bel
,bis entertainment is aiven tor the
entertainmeot is given lor the
>he ^
*
holiday trade.
Mrs. Thos. Turner.
Phone 138.
WESTSIDE.
Mr. John Stanrod of Bude is
dated School have organized a
Mothers' Club and will have their
fitst meeting Wednesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Mrs.
car each of cattie and hogs this
week to New Orleans.
attendance at the box supper and
is >he ^
condi- j re bottom chairs with caoe.
' Work guaranteed.
Josie W. Turner, Phone 173.
a| wi)l convince you that
be We have the largest
Port an H hoctaccortüH nûU .
will t" „ 0 ®StaSSOrted new
Fall Steck, at prices
, , , , , î. , .. I
that beat all .competl- I
the entire family with j
almost anvthine VOU
au uo1 «Iiytuiiig yuu
I may need. We show
K.i4
notningf out good, re
liable merchandise at
very lowest price, and
lone price to all* Your
mnn^v hark if anw
money DaCK IT any
thin§ is not entirely
oafjcfartnrv at
satiSTactory.
The store where you
are always welcome.
David Bock's
Department Store
of
of
must
and
an
breathe
Pleas 'm , , . ^ .
is " c autos entering Pair Grounds
as | with passengeis will be charged a
FOUND—Gold Filled Watch.
W. J. Manns.
Attention, Public AutosI
By order of committee, ail pub
Adv
privilege license of $1.50 for the
three days and will be furnished
with a pass. Autos not having
pass will have to pay for each
entrance to grounds.
H, R. GUTHRIE. Pres.
to
tfie
Pair,
in
for
A visit 10 our store
tion. We can supply
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
FOR SALE—Sweet milk, de
Mrs. H. H. Cribler»
livered.
Aches
quick
more
or
clog
rheu
re
insect
in
Trustee's Sale.
By virtue of the authority vest
ed in me by that certain deed of
trust executed on March 8, 1913.
by William C. Allen and recorded
in Deed Book No. 3 U,page 747,of
the Record of Deeds of Claiborne
County, Mississippi, and also by
that certain instrument of writing
executed by the Mechanics & Mer
at chants Savings Bank of Moline,
Illinois, on the 11th day of Aug
ust, A. D. 1916, and recorded in
Deed Book 3~Y, page 237, ot the
Record of Deeds of Claiborne
County, Mississippi, wherein I was
appointed Substituted Trustee in
the above mentioned deed of trust
and being thereunto requested h>
the said Mechanics & Merchants
Savings Bank of Moline, Illinois,
the beneficiary in said deed of trust
default having been made in the
payment of the indebtedness se
I cured by the said deed of trust, I,
the | the Substituted Trustee, will on
Adv
Iasi
ahd
Friday, November 3rd, 1915,
He in front of the east (from) door ol
J the court bouse in Port Gibson, in
was
and
said Claiborne County, Mississippi,
within the legal hours of sale sell
at public auction to the highes'
bidder for cash the following des
cribed lots or parcels of land lying. |
being and situate in said Claiborne I
I County. Mississippi, namely: Lot:
I-r .. /~\ 1? . r u t , 1 «7 . I
Fo " r ( 4 \.F'»e iS) High,
w v
I Eleven ( 11 ). of Section Fifty
I (31), containing 350
I Northwest Quarte. (NW^) ol I
des- 1 Action Sixty-two (62), Contain
giv- mg 160 acres: Lois Six (6). Seven I
the I ( 7 ). El B ht (8), and Nine ( 9 ), ol
U^tion Fiflv five 'ttl conlatnin.
ca- >4» acres; 1> S Two (,) TW
(3), Foor (4), Five (5), Six (6j
I .md Seven (7 ), of Section Fifty
r . . { t
. 11 M ■ c ° ntaU V' 8 2 54
I of ' SecUon'Sixt"v
I ,ne t 6 ']. >-<.ntaiuli. K 160 apres; al
y J nf Section Fifty three [53], con I
Uhiing 175 acres; that pan ot
f-f< °" CssJ »hich 11«
Sprhlgs pllbllc ruait a „ d „ lin I
which mns due north from where
- . 8eclion 5 '. 52 and 54 corner, 1«.
I ■> ,e ?° rt uw ru boun ^ ary 1,ne salcl I
salehseciiott Fifty two ( 52 ),containi„ B
182 2 5 acres; also 106.50 acres in ,
a Sect,on Fl ^v two [52J and 3 5
a acres In Section Firty one [ 5I ]
constituting the no acres allotted J
as I
to
of
cure
Ca
ont
acres; th
to Mrs. Martha J. Whitaker
Share No. 6 in the partition sui
styled Mrs. Martha J. Whittak
vs. Delia P. Ewell et at, No. 1006
on docket of the Chancery Court
of said County, as shown by the I
record of said cause, and also b 3
plat recorded in Deed Book 3-C, fl
page 613, of the Record of Deed*
j of said County; also Share No 2 I
as shown on said plat, consisting I
of 20 actes tn Section Fifty two I
[52] and 32 acres in Section Fifty I
one [51]. total 52 acres, allotted
I ÄX".
J plat consisting of 40.50 acres in J
8 ^ 00 Fi J ty * one allotted in
• said partition to H. 'Harper; also
L°.s K°V 4] a„d Five W . in sa
section Fifty-one [51], containing
J 307 88 acres; also any and al! otii- J 0t
I c ' r l^nds owned by the late Mrs. M I
I T- Wlilt'aker as part of the tract of
above described, being the proper- j
ty lately occupied by her as a
I homestead, all lying in one bod> , AA
and containing in the aggregate I
J 47 acres, more or less, and I
| bel " 8 ,he same P ro P ort v (with the gan,
T'I'T'™ ° f .' h f } , e " lot ' has
„hieb is not Included In this con- J
lYrTj 'ZZ^
deed recorded in Deed Book 3 V, U ias
page 557, of the record of deeds ol
| said County, all of aforesaid situ ing
pied in Township Thirteen [13] five
Range Four [4] East, in the Coun- t
tyf of Claiborne, in the State ot has
Mississippi, as aforesaid. I her
MONCURE DABNEY,
Substituted Trustee. I
et
012 4
MONCURE DABNEY,
Substituted Trustee.
By virtue of the authority vested
in me by that certain deed of trust
executed on March 8,
WilliamC Allen and recorded in,
Deed Book 3-U, page 749, of the
Record of Deeds of Claiborne
County, Mississippi, and also t»y
that certain instrument of writing
IS"?,' &HniïV^oî
linois, on the nth day of August.
. A ' D * 1 9i6, and recorded in Deed
Book 3-Y page 237 . of .he Record
of De edsof Claiborne County, Mis
I slsslppi, wherein I was appointed
I substituted trustee in said deed of
trust, and being thereunto request
ed by the said Mechanics &
j Chsints Savings Bank of Moline,
l"'!! ois, ,. ,he Be " efi = iary ln . sail1
deed of trust, default having been
'" ade in the P a y raent of i«debt
edness secured by tbe said deed of
trust, I, the said substituted trus
at te e will on
Friday, November 3rd, 1916,
^ root of the east ffroni] door Oi
l?, e rf ourt boöse in Port Gibson >
Claiborne County, Mississippi,
Within the legal hours o! sale sell
at public auction to the highest
bidder forcash the f Q u owing des _ I
cHbed lots or parcels of land lying,
beîn 8 a °d Situate in said Claiborne
County, State of Mississippi, name
A11 of Section Fifteen [i 5 ], and
Lots Three [3] and Four |dj, in
Section Twelve [12J; also: Fifty*
nine [59] acres ot the South part
of Lot Two [2] and Lots -Three
[3], Four {4], and Five (5] of
Section Twenty [2oJ, and all that
part of Section Thirteen [13J ly-j
ing south of tbe.branch running in|E.
.
a
pub 012 4
Trustee's Sale.
the
each
1913, by
;
a westerly direction to Big Black
River, said last named parcel con
taining Fifteen [15] acres, more or
less, all lying in Township Thir
teen [13], Range Four [4] East in
the County of Claiborne, in the
State of Mississippi, containing
Five Hundred Eighty seven [5S7]
acres, more or less.
MONCURE DABNEY,
Substituted Trustee.
vest
of
1913.
747,of
by
writing
Mer
Moline,
Aug
in
the
was
in
trust
h>
trust
the
se
I,
on
012-4
The State of Mississippi,
To Green Howard.
You %re commanded to
appear
before the Chancery Court of the
County of Claiborne, in said State,
on the First Monday in November,
1916, to defend the suit in said
Court wherein yon are defendant.
This 3rd day of Oct., 1916.— 3t.
B H. MOREHEAD, Clerk.'
By W. Y. HUGHES, D. C.
State of Mississippi,
County of Claiborne.
To His Excellency, Theo.
G. Bilbo, Governor of Missis
ol
in
sippi:
The petition of the under
sigued citizens and residents
of Claiborne County, Missis
sell
des
lying. | sl PPb ^11 of whom are voters
I therein, respectfully show un
Lot:- to Your Excellencv as follows*
. I * L_. - c ' x '- cl,cu '-y as IOllOWS.
High, lst . Xhat j. E R
'an inmate of the State Peni
tentiary, was convicted of
ol I Murder, on the 17 th day of
Julie, 1905 , ill the Circuit
Seven I Olaihnrnf
ol ' . ^ lalD01 . ne County,
SUC '' COUVlCtlOn being for the
alleged murder Of Jason I
(6j Moody.
2 nd That tlif» nnrWcimi^H
' 1 , undersigned
"espectf ullv ask his pardon at
>' our ^uds on the following
al grounds, to-wit: (A) That
con I said conviction was had with
ot in a very short time after the
11« alleged killing occurred; and
lin I when the public mmd was un- 1
exclted * (B) That a
1«. great deal of new evidence,
salcl I which was not available at
B timeof trial was not d
in , ^
5 io\vn at trial or before, be
5I ] cause the persons who knew
J the facts did not make same|
as I known, until it was too late
to ask a new trial by reason
of newly discovered evidence.
That such newly discovered
now
ont
th
sui
1006
the I evidence is now of record in
b 3 Your Excellency's office aud
fl 1P n f
tlie torce an d ettect of
2 I eas "Y accessible to you. That
I Slic h evidence would have
two I shown that said J. E. Regan
I acted clearly in self-defense
/q) That on change of venue 1
l^bert Lee Patted, who|^'®
in J Lldd beèll jointly indicted with
in said J. E. Regan, but after
severance and after trial of
in sa id Regan, obtained n change
■ n •' n s
J 0t . Ve H U ? . C-OpiaU Lountv, j
I ^Hssissippi, and was acquitted
of said charge, although the
j evidence against him was ad- 1
a
, AA A , *j t
I against tile said J. E.
I R^gail. (D) That said Re
gan, although he eseäped jail,
' has voluntarily surrendered
J himself and is now in the
Penitentiary. (E) That he
U ias a w ^ e » w ^° l ia S been la
boriously and constantly Striv
ing to support herself and her *
five cllildreil all of w ' hom she ?
t 1 , j', , Al , for
has educated by aud throug;h 1 tor
I her agencyj that his wife is
entitled to the very highest
I consideration, and she with
htr children and her aged and
Christian spirited mother-in
I law, along with his father, has
[suffered untold
.
a K alust «J e salc \ J* B. Regan. 1
A pardon Will give them ë
happiness and great peace of
m j U( J
L Wherefore, Petitioners pray I
Executive clemency, aud res
toration to liberty and citizen
ship of the said J. E. Regau,
with
_ _ rr . , ,
c0 " r f " lU , effe . ct 8 T eat good
auc * but justice to the said
Mer-[Regan.
J T. A. Luster, Représenta
tive; M. M. Satterfield, Coun
L„ r»„ „ a... V
^ ° eci J Attorney; Joe
Davenport, Sherjff; C. E.
Mason; Deputy Sheriff; B. H.
Morehead,Chancery Clerk and
|Ex-Sheriff; T. H. Freeland,
Deputy Chancery Clerk; S.
H ^Jagnell, Circuit Clerk and
T sheriff* T T Trevilirm
Ua " as J A* v Hprlmto-'
L 11 er ' Y*
Assessor; Frank D. Werking,
Surveyor; L. A. Smith, May
or of Port Gibson; A. A.
Maddox, Marshal; E. P.
^Yt S 'j-Wc D '' and seven huu "
others.
MONEY TO LEND.—We can
negotiate loans on farm lauds, at
low rates and on long time. Not
more than forty per cent, of value
loaned, and only on first mortgage
S. & I. T. & H. W. M. Drake
et
same is
a
mittedly stronger than that
ly
ties
shell
— - misery, be-. .
of the verdict rendered J
cause
assurance that such
good
800
for
y.
,1
Cotton !
Cotton !
Cotton !
Highest prices will
be paid for cotton
during the season.
Will be pleased to
serve you.
SAMUEL WEIL.
i
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/W» cnVtPgq
I" sdMl
»
A
lV
44 «
re
I No. 84-400 acres seven miles
f ronl p or t Gibson, make
n , r
fme stock farm, grasses un
M i , 7C
" SUal y °, ne ' a \° nt 75 ■"**
fille lt ' tl laud > two good
tenant houses, one mile to
post office. Forquiek sale
$5.00 per acre
Th n. rhn . Dnoify pnmnanu
'ddlUJuF hoûUj UUllipäiiy,
VICKSBURG MISS
'
, »
r .O
r*
FOR SALE
VICKSBURG MISS
at '
d
be
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in
1
who|^'® RCQlSW IflW ODtl SOOdlß SIOIIIOD
j
1
* oun g Boars and Gilts six
? 1011 ^ 5 old at *15 each, pair
for
1 tor
.
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5 ;*
Hermanville, MlSS.
Phone 107 'T
/;■
y
>4
LEV) & WELSCH CO.
Funeral Directors
is
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.
For Sale.
Duroc Jersey Hogs, pedi
gree from the best breeders.
a
.
Kiener rears at 75 cts per I
bushel.
My nursery stock unusual
ly fine. Best standard varie
ties of fruit trees aud
shell pecans.
Plan now to plant an or
paper
jy
. , , . . „ , ,
J " us . ra B> and place your
orders with me for home
out
100 STEERS
WANTED
and
and
Would like to buy 100
good feeder steers weighing
800 and up.
Will pay satisfactory price
for the kiud I want."
CHAS. A. TILL
RUSSUM, MISS.
Children Cry
FflD FI CTf'UCD'O "
Ä tomes
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B, S. St J. T. DR7ÏKB
LiaWyers,
PORT GIBSON î MISSISSIPPI
Practice I11 all the Courts 0/ Claiborne and (#(■
(araon Conntiea. and Federal and Supraaa
Courtaat Jackson. Real estate for aale.
DR. L. A. SMITH,
Dervtist,
PORT GIBSON. MIbS.
R. B. ANDERSON,
Attorney -at- LaW
M. M. SATTERFIELD,
Attorney at LiaW
PORT GIBSON.
MISSISSIPPI
Will practice in all of the Courts of Claibor*«
County, the adjoining counties, the Feder«
Courts and the Supreme Court of the State.
DR. R. L. HORTON,
Dentist
PORT GIBSON.
MISSISSIFP
Office Hours g to 4
Everything in concrete. AH
work guaranteed against any
.
and all defects.
eRANK D. WERKING, Manager
mch3o-iy
Automobile Service.
Guaranteed good,
promptly answered.
JOHN E. BUNTING,
s21-6m
All calls
Phone 60 .
Cut Flowers
Plants
Design Work)
Belgian Hares
(White, Grey and brown)
HRS. C. B. DOCHTERMAN
VICKSBURG, nia
3310 S. Washington
Ghamberlain-Hoof
Academy
PORT GIBSON MISS
Classical and SciencCe ourses.
Ranks among the best schools in
South.
& M., Freshman at University. Rates $30
per year for day students.
W. G. MARTIN. B S..
president.
Graduates enter Soph class at A
7=*
Patronize.
M
HE OIDESI SCHOOL FOB GIRLS iO Hie SUITE
Curriculum in harmony with the lates
educational requirements, faculty strong
health record splendid, buildings
dious, sanitary and comfortable, premises
attractive.
Attendance on the present session better
than usual.
For illustrated catalogue, and special ■
formation, address
REV. T. J. O'NEIL, President.
Port Gibson, Miss.
com mo
FOR SALE—Red Clover Seed. \
C. F. Coffman, ,
Port Gibson, Miss.
331
FOR SALE—Mare and mule. I
Address
a 17
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3
A. M. Warner,
Russum.
. FOR RENT. — Pasture Lands. )
I Good range winter and summer, à
( Miss ) Ida Neal. 4
OCt 14.— I y
FOR RENT—Four rooms with ]|
Improve-j
bath
Good location
ment s to suit tenants,
jy »3
J. W. PERSON, Agt
FOR SALE—Red Clover Seed.
J. I. Harrison,
Port Gibson, Miss.
f* 3 i
FOR SALE.—One Babcock Top
Bnggy. pole and shaft; used short
time
Price, $60. Apply Reveille.
FOR SALE—AH or part ot 500
acre Plantation,
Clarksdale, Mississippi, and
venient to schools. Land highly
cultivated, good barn, tenant and
out houses. Address,
F. P. Walton,
Clarksdale, Miss.
two miles from
con
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FOR SAL-E—Light Disc Har
row, Section Harrow, 2 Cultivators
and Plow.
sep28- 4
Bargains.
C. J. Smith.
FARM WANTED,
acres suitable for
and stock raising,
one-half of which must be level.
Write description to
400 to 600
general farming
Not less than
J- F. Deck,
Rock Spring, Gn.
sep28-4t
POSTED — My place, against
hunting or any other trespassing.
mch2-yr M. GIL5TON.
POSTED—My plantation against
hunting and other trespassing.
Mrs. B. R. Montgomerv
FOR SALE.—Japan>Honey Dip
Molasses, 40c per iolb pail.
sep2S~4
H. M. Titche.
r n ..
me family medicine in thousands ot
tomes for 62 years—Dr, Thacher'a Livcf ;
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