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•PORT GIBSON. ( I Ai BORN R CO.. MISS.. THURSDAY. DEC 21, 1916.
Iff Ifllfl— VOL. XXXIX NO, f>0
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CSTABLISHCD 18UO
DISCONTINUED 1061
I am just iu receipt of the following
NEW GOODS
and solicit your orders
Pacific Coast Sardines, in Tomato Sauce , s
Pine Apple Glace
Crystallized Ginger
Spiced Cantaloupe
Queen 01 ive 3
Cooper's and Cox's Gelatine
Curry Powder
Sweet Gherkins!
Onion Pickles (Sour and Sweet)
Orange, Grape Fruit and Fig Marmalade
, Apple Cider
McLarens Cheese
Brick Cheese
Mints
Plain and Nut Milk Chocolate
Pimentos, Lentils, Yeast, Junket Tablets
Strawberry, Cherry and Red Raspberry Preserves
Kumquot Preserves
... Assorted Jams, Evaporated Apples, Honey
Apple Butter and Mince Meat
Mushrooms, Chocolates and Cocoa
Shrimp, Sardines and Pearl Barley
■ Maple Syrup, Prepared Buckwheat
Old Style Buckwheat
Chow Chow, Prunes, Peanut Butter and Prunes
Potato Chips, New Oatmeal aud Shredded Wheat
Pure High Grade Candies, only 39c per pound
C. E. MORRIS, Dry Beads and Broceries,
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
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'Taggart Sends Registered Stock.
Thpmas Taggart of French Lick
butines, Ind., former ebairmao of
rh<* Democratic national executive
committee, shipped a dozen very
fine regiwered Aberdeen Angus
ca»tle to his place in the western
edge of Copiah county,
rivi-d h Patuson, in
or» .! ki » per, last Friday and were
tak n to Mr. Taggart's place.
shipped irom New
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They ar
care of a col
Tbe
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Ca>t i e, 1 "J-, and mnde tbe trip tn
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four, days.
Complet, stork of Edison MAZ
* DA lamps Claiborne Hardware
Company
Cotton Seed Sale.
lackson, Miss., Dre. 19*—The
Mississippi l»oard of prison trustees
today sold twelve eailoads of cot
ton seed at $58 25 per ton.
entire lot will net the state about
This makes more than
The
$21,000.
$150,000 worth of cotton £feed the
•täte farms have marketed.
Stiff, Sore Muscles Relieve*
Cramped muscles or soreness following
a cold or case of grippe are eased and re
lieved by an application of Sloan's Lini
ment. Does not stain tbe skin or clog the,
pores like mussy ointments or plasters and
peaetrates quickly without rubbing. Lim
ber op your muscles after exercise, drive
out the pains and aches of rheumatism,
neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprains and
bruises with Sloan's Liniment. Get a
bottle to-day. At all Druggists, 23c.
Do ydttr Christmas shopping earU
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Talented Little Girl.
Evelyn Zelda Heidenreicb, tbe
teo year old daughter ot Mr. aud
Mrs. L. M. Heidenreich, displays
a decided poetic talent,
lowing is ooe of her recent com
positions:
THE QUEEN OF THE NIGHT
! There is a beautiful Queen who
rules the night,
DresseJ ip silvery robes oi light.
She swings itr her throne, in the
deep, deep blue,
Ruling her sutqects, who are lov
ing and true. _
'Tis a beautiful place where *bis
Queen reigns;
It stretches o'er momiiaios and
seas aod plains;
Aud draws.a dark curtain around
us at night,
Then begins the reign of tbe Sii
vety. Light!
Now can you guess wbo is this
Queen of Light,
Wbo, all alone, rules tbe uigbt?
First she is a thread, then shaped
like a spoon,
The beautiful Queen of the Night
is tbe Moon. '
The fol
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flood for Conatlpaf Ion.
Chamberlain's Tables are excellent tor
They are pleasant to take
Obtainable
constipation.
ÿq H mild and gentle in effect,
everywhere.
AdvertiacmcBt
Knox U ts, late styles.
C. E. Morris.
HOLLY HILL
AGAIN SOLD
Fine Plantation at Russum Bought
by J. M. Jones and D. C.
Houston.
HoHy Hill, a fine place of nearly
700 acres, lying west of Russum
Station, has again been sold. This
time local men, J. M. Jones and
D. C. Houston, become the pur
chasers. Two years ago Mr. Mars
of Meridian bought the place from
J. M. Magruder. Mr. Mars tound
it unprofitable to operate the
place from such a distance and
decided to sell, the transaction
>eiog brought about by the efforts
ot D. H. Browder, real estate
agent.
Holly Hill is a fine piece of
property, and for fully a hundred
years bad been a social centre for
a large section of country. It
formerly belonged to Mr Watson,
grandfather of the late ). W. Wat
son, and was given by him to his
niece, Mr9. M. P. Russum. Later
it became the property of the iate
McD. Sims, who left it to his
daughter, rhe mother of J. M.
Magruder.
Tbe oew owners expect to de
velop the» place and make a stock
farm of it.*
Ministers Returned.
Tbe Reveille Is glad thaï all of
the Methodist minister* have been
returned to Port Gibson, though
nothing else was expected.
The district has prospered under
Mr. Sbarbrongh'a supervision, and
we are glad to have his family re
ite here.
The local church has gained 40
n mbers during Dr. Featnerstun's
wo years' pastorate, and all de
pot ment» of the enttreh are g-ow
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While the presidency of the
College la really, a question with
the board of trustee», tbe Confer
ence has power to remove him if
he he a preacher, though this has
never lieen done. Mr. O'Neil ha*
increased the attendance of that
institution eacn of the three years
he h«s been at it* head, and no
change Is needed.
Considerable regret is expiess^d
over the removal of levs. MoVey
and S'rail from Lor man and lorkv
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Christmas
la Jmt Hbout Dm
QClhat Shall I Give?
Buy Jewelry for gifts this Christmas, and
see how much more genuine pleasure you
receive out of the giving,
surprised what only a small amount will
buy here in
You will be
Reliable 'Jewelry
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Come in now and look over our complete,
line of Gift Suggestions. You'll soon
soon settle the question of "what to give.
You'll be surprised, at the low prices.
The entire stock fairly breathes of Xmas.
It is 'marked by worth and dependability,
and carries to you and yours a hearty
wish for a
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JMerry Xmas
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Spring* respectively, but young
Mr. O'Neil, a home boy, will take
charge of the Rocky Springs
circuit..
Mr. Massey has asked to be re*
lleved of bis appointment as pastor
of the Woodville circuit and bis
friends are glad to know he will
remain a teacher io the College.
SEVERAL PLACES SOLD.
The Bernheimer Estate Disposes of
Four Tracts of Land.
Tbe estate of S. Berabeimer &
Sous, through tbe local agent, W.
T. Shelby, recently sold tbe fol
lowing tracts of land:
To J. D. Howard, 80 acres of
the M. B. Scott place in tbe east
ern part of the fourth district.
To |osepb Davenport, tbe King
place, containing no acres, ad
joining Mrs. £. J. Davenport's
place near Russum, consideration
frioo.
To J. O. Dungtn, tbe George
T. Shatter place near Coon, con
taining 136 acres, consideration
$1800.
To Alice Waltz, colored, por
tions of .tbe Haley and Bryan
places, near Hermanville, con
taining 112 acres, consideration
{1025 This was a cash transac
tion. 1
SANDERS f>LACE SOLD
Evan Johnson Buys 709 Acres on
Gland Gulf Road.
Tt?is week Evan Johnson, a
prosperous colored farmer, bought
from the Befobeimer estate the
Sanders place, on tbe Port Gibsoo
and Graod Gult road, containing
7 >9 acres, paying a little less than
$7 per acre. Wbile billy, this is
a good piece of property and is
considered cbe'tp at tbe figure at
which it sold.
Johnson recently 6old bis large
Fairview plantation tn tbe fourth
district for a large sum, aod is in
good financial condition.
He will put cattle ou bis oew
purchase.
Judge Mounger s Son Injured.
The Vicksburg Herald oi last
Thursday contained the following:
Passengers on tbe smilbbound
Y. & M. V. traio yesterday after
noon «uatF>d that they h.-ard that a
• a
soo of Judge H. C. Mouoger was
ia an automobile accident between
Belsooi and Indiaaola and bad
both legs broken. Those who
beard the report were not certain
whether the accident occurred yes
terday or some days ago. judge
Mouoger was former circuit judge
ot this district and is well known
m Vicksburg."
Nothing has been beard from
the family, and it is out known
whether the report is true or not.
of
INGLES1DE.
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Miss T. Greenlee spent Saturday
at tbe home of her cousin, Mrs. B.
D. Segrest.
A crowd gathered at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E- Woods on
Monday night to hear the music of
their new Victrola.
We règret to say Mr. Jim Wal
ton and family have departed from
our neighbohood, making Wil*
lows their new home.
Mr. Mnrt Segrest was the guest
ot Miss Greenlee Sunday after*
noon.
Mrs. T. C. Goodrura and daugh
ter spent Sunday in Vicksburg.
Hurrah! Xmas will soon be here
with ail its joys and good tidings
and dear old Santa will soon be
trodding this way to delight and
comfort the hearts of the little
ones.
Provide your child with » guar
anteed $ i oo Umbrella for school
Sold by C. E. Morris
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All mail orders promptly filled
All Parcel Post Packages Prepaid
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David Bock's
Department Store
We bef to announce that
we are showing a lull line
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As usual we are making our
; store Santa Claus' Head*
quarters. W« invite you
and the little folks * to in
spect the large variety of
Christmas gifts that we have
assembled, cansisting of
Dolls, Toys, Doll Furniture
Mechanical Toys, Story
Books, Wagons and Veloci
pedes. We particularly
suggest the following items
priced very moderately, as
appropriate gifts. Toys, a
large variety, from
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Chests, Trunks, Pianos,
Box Paper, Musical Toys
and a thousand other items
that will pitas« little folks.
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Graf ihn /VI JccPC We su 2 £ uest Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, plain and
a U* IlllC embroidered, also initialed, Parasols, Silk Hose in
. black, white also all the latest fancy stripes and em
broideries, Scarf Sets and Caps to match; Boudoir Slippers, Colgate's Perfumes, Week
End Boxes and many more items too numerous to mention.
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We we would suggest a nice pair of Slippers,^Blan
kets, Curtains, Bed .Spreads, some Rogers Silver
ware, Rugs in any style, quality or size, Breakfast
Dinner Sets, Chinaware —any of these will make an appropriate and useful gift.
We are showing a large assortment of Silk
and Fancy Half Hose, Belts, Suspenders,
Handkerchiefs, plain and silk, Tits and Balts
Belts and Hose and several other combinations. In addition we are showing a compléta
line of Men's and Boys' Pants and Suits, Mackinaws and Overcoats, Shoe« and Hats,
Underwear and a general line of Gents' Furnishings.
For the Ladies
or
For Men and Boys
Our Dry Goods, Notions and Trinlmings, Corsets and Household Departments'art
chuck full of Seasonable Merchandise at right prices.
We cordially invite-you ta make our store your shopping headquarters, and assura
you it will be a pleasure for us to serve whether you buy or not. A look at our pricas
marked in plain figures will readily show that we have not advanced fromfour stand
ard more goods for same money; same goods for less money» > \
David Bock's Department Store
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to Our Young people :
It is our desir« to assist 70 a In forming
Tbe Saving f)ablt
Deposit what you earn each week, month or year, KEEP
A CHECK on your income and expense.
. The Best Receipt
you can hold is a cancelled check/ (MAKE OUR BANK
I YOUR BANK.
Mississippi Southern Bank
PORT GIBSON, MISS.
Capital and Surplus $65,000
State and County Depository
SIDNEY BBRNHBIMBR, President
J. M. TAYLOR, Vice President-Manager
J. B. ALL*!», Active Vice President
GHOR&K T. WALK«, Cartier
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"THE SOUTH'S CREATEST
SCHOOL OF BU8IHES8.
SOULE COLLEGE.
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NEW ORLEANS, LA.
8k<mld ke gtreai tfco Boot tralala« to gea
pare them for sticceM In tonatnerr.
Personal Instruction. Pré« Employ
aient Department. Complet« College
Bank, CoUege Store an* Wholesale
Office«.
Bo mlarepreaentatlena to aoonro ata
denta. Through the aaeooaa Of It«
aaooo former otndenta. Boni« College
to recognised everywhere aa a Wide
▲wake. Practical. Popular aa* iue
aeooful ft chool- OJ|0 sotTIrV Ä »0X0.
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