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THK REVEILLE
THURSDAY, £eB. 8,
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personal
Mr. J. G. Spencer is io Natchez
on business,
Mr. Louis Abraham is in New
Orleans on business.
Mrs. Thomas Turner is in New
Orleans on business.
Mrs. Byron H. Levy returned
home from New Orleans Sunday
night.
Miss Harriette Riteman, who is
now residing in Greenville, is vis
iting her old home.
Mr. J. McC. Martin is spending
a few days in Natchez.
Miss Minnie Kaufman has gone
to New Orleans, which place she
will make her future home.
Mrs. C. I. Bunting and son
Will have gone to Egremont to
visit Mrs. Bunting's daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Watson
have moved into the cottage re
cently vacated by Mrs. J . B. Cason.
Mr. H. B. Cowan of Sbelhyville,
Tenu., is here tbis week looking
after bfs interests ou the Brisco*
place.
Mr. A J. S. Rowland and family
are preparing to move to Jeffersu'
county, where Mr. Rowlaud wii
engage in logging.
Mrs. Jobnuie Barber is takiut
a six mouths' course in domt-su«
science in Memphis. She left toi
that city last week.
Mr. C. A. French will leave tbu
week to visit bis daughter at Du
raut and attend the Masonic Gram
Lodge at ]ackson next week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Matiaff- >
and children are boardiug will
Mrs. T. H. Freeland pending th.
completion of their home th*
completion of their home on th*
Crane place.
Mr. C. B. Allen who was in a
Vicksburg sanitarium, for treat
meut for several weeks, is now
with bis daughter, Mrs. B. H.
Morebead.
Dr. C. T. Smith has returned
from Houston, Texas, and will re
main here two weeks before going
to tbe Texas city to begin tbe
practice of medicine.
Capt. G. H. Sager bas gone to
Atlanta to inspect a large amount
of machinery for a New York firm.
It is the purpose of the company
to ship tbe machinery to Mexico.
Mrs. Mary B. Fisher and Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Chatham of Re
ganton called on the Reveille Mon
day. Mrs. Fisher, who, as Mips
Molie Sbaifer, used to spend
much of her time io Port Gibson,
came down to renew old acquaint
ances.
Mr. Emraerson Percell, editor
of tbe Broken Bow, Nebraska,
Chief and Mr. C.
Omaha, Neb., were here tbis week
on business and called on tbe
editor of the Reveille. Mr. Percell
visits Port Gibson annually, be
having a tract of land near Rod
ney.
H. Cox of
The negroes of the county are
making another effort to pay off
tbe $400 indebtedness on their pa
vilion at Hermanville.
The Woman's Missionary Soci
ety of tbe Methodist church will
meet with Mrs. A. E. Heath on
Friday afternoon at four o'clock.
Mr. S. R. Bertron of New York
recently gave the library $50 wiib
which to buy books. The associa
tiou will soou add $86 worth of
new books.
Mrs. M. E. McCardle, sister of
Mrs, R. C. McCay of tbis coumy
aud a native of the Cayuga neigh
borhood,died at her home in Vicks
burg last Sunday.
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The Pathfinders Chapter D. A.
R. recently elected the following
c ff cers for the year: Miss Ottilie
Redus, regent; Miss Roberta Per
son, vice regent and historian;
Mrs. J. T. Drake, registrar; Mrs,
B. H. Morebead, secretary, and
Mrs. G. H. Sager, treasurer.
LOW PRICES
On Barb Wire, Wnven Wire
Fencing and Nails
Owing to fortunate orders placed before the recent
advances, we are able to offer the above materials at less
than they would cost now in car load lots. All indica
tions are for much higher prices in the near future, and
money can be saved by placing your order
prices.
now. Get our
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CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO.
Teleohone 43
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The buyer to whom H. N. Spen
cer bas shipped several cars of I
hogs to be fed for market writes |
that Claiborne county supplies the |
best feeders in the souLb.
Buy your mules from us. W*
know your needs and can please
Taylor & Bunting.
is
Cotton Mules for old ones,
to
you.
nurse. !
» . - nun- • .. . . !
Miss Phillips is the daughter of I
our towusman, Mr. C. H. Phillips. I
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Wanted—To trade Young I

Miss Lillie May Phillips has
just passed tbe state examination,
and is now a registered
Marx & Morehead's Stable.
Tbe "Womanless Wedding" was
a great success, both in point of
amusement aud finances. A packed I
bouse greeted the male women. |
The Reveille will bave a mort
extended account next week.
See Taylor & Bunting formules
They have just received a car ol
the very kiud you need.
The manual tramiug building ai
Alcorn College was destroyed by
lire Sunday night at eight o'clock
No particulars have been learned
bout the origin of tbe fire, nor
•ie amount of damage done.
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If vnn are InoVino- fnr roarr I
II you are looking tor wag- I
m mules, we have them, Dri-lfe!
' 1 F I
cea right, at Marx & More- 1
hoarl'c QfoKl« I
uctiu. & oiauie. I
> is when our home burned,
a
cers for tbe year,
. . . , ,
.vbo id any way endeavored to help
We wish to thank every one
Es
»ecially are we appreciative ol
vlrs. Browulee's kindness.
C. I. Bunting and Family,
Taylor & Bunting have jn
eceived a car load of young mate
utiles.
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Section crews along the I. C
tnd Y. & M. V. railroads bavr
^one on a strike because of tbe
failure of tbe officials to recogoize
tbeir union. Tbe division oetween
Vicksburg and Wilson bas
oeen affected by tbe strike, howev
no*
er.
Cotton Mules, the kind you
are looking for, have arrived
at Marx & Morehead's Stable
Library Association at the Library I
Saturday morning at 10:30.
members, those who paid tbeir I
dues for 1917, are requested to be I
There will be a meeting of the
present to discuss ways and means J
lor future work aud to elect offi
Car load of mules and mares ir i
rived this week, and any one in
need of a good animal is invited to I
call and see them. I
Taylor & Bunting.
will have a Valentine party in tbe
basement of the church Tuesday |
The Methodist Sunday School
afternoon from 3 to 6. Salad, ice
cream, cake aod candy will be
sold for a fund to buy a baptismal
fount to be presented to tbe
church. The public invited.
It will pay you to look our
mules over. We guarantee
to save you money,
Marx & Morehead.
Mr. Carr of Indiana, who is here
with tbe intention of buying
place, is very much impressed
with tbe class of people in tbis
section. He says he finds a larger
per cent of educated people than
in any section in which be bas
been.
a
Carload Southern Cotton
Mules, they are all young and
sound, at Marx & Morehead's
Stable.
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The supreme court bas
over
I ruled the suggestion of error filed
| by the attorneys of Mrs. Sailie M.
| Watkios in her suit for damages
against the Board of Mayor and
Aldermen of Port Gibson. Tbis
ends this case which has been in
the courts so long.
Stiff, Sore Milicien Relieved
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 the skin or clog the
I pores like mussy ointments or plasters and
I penetrates quickly without rubbing. Lim
I ber up your muscles after exercise, drive
I out the pains and aches of rheumatism,
I neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprains and
■ bruises with Sloan's Liniment. Get a
bottle to-day. At ail Druggists, 35c.
The salary of Janitor Jordan ol
the court bouse was raised by t ht
Board of Supervisors. This in
I c t ase was justified, for Mr. Jor
| daQ bas saved lbe county many
times over tbe small iocrease io
his salary in tbe consumption of
tfater and lights.
A large amount of taxes were
paid last week in order that the
payer might not be deprived of bis
vote.
Although tbis is what ie
termed au "off year" as applied to
f elections, the per cent of those
who failed to pay taxes by tbe first
is no larger than usual.
I S,ck L,ver C * U8e8 Dlzzlnesa
I Headache, biliousness, chronic const!
Dri-lfe! 1 . 0 " andmu complexion are signs
I that your overworked liver needs Po-Do
1 Lax to take u p a pa f t of the burden. Po
I D ?' A - ax ** Nature's remedy, a liquid lax
I ative derived from the May-apple, a gentle
liver stimulant that increases the flow of
bile and by its mildly laxative quality
, , carries off the impurities that have clogged
| ,he intestines and aids Nature to clear the
Get a bottle to-day. At all Drug
one
olood.
gists, 50c.
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Tbe first seven days of Febru
ary were cold ones, the thermom
eter registering 15 last Saturday,
he lowest temperature since the
winter of 1912.
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Suoday was
warmer, but Sunday night another
olizzard suddenly oroke upon this
section aud a temperature of 18
was recorded Monday morning.
Onr senior member, Mr. Lonls
I Abraham, left Saturday evening
or several large points to make
he spring and summer purchases
for bis firm. He will be gone for
»ver two weeks.
Louis Abraham & Son.
Mr. S. E. Marx suffered, a
vere accideot Tuesday which oe?
cessitated bis coofioement in a
I Vicksbuig hospital for^several
Al.|days. He was with bis brother,
I | 0 sepb, who bas a sales stable at
I Friars Point.
se
A mule jumped
J over some bars, near where Mr.
Marx was standing, and bis hoofs
struck tbe top bar and knocked it
with great force against Mr.
i ,, , . . . a
Mant s head '
I sCa *P wound,
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a severe
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Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Slayton and
family wish hereby to extend their
heart felt thanks to all tbeir friends I
| who-ere so kind. symp.thetlc and I
helpful during the last illness of |
the beloved mother and grand
mother, Mrs. Mirandy Slayton.
Rowland-Boyd.
Miss Eugenia Boyd, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R^ F. Boyd of the
Hermanville neighborhood,
Mr. Benjamin Rowland, son of
Mr. A. J. S. Rowland of the
Humphreys community, were mar 1
ried at five o'clock Sunday after
noon at the Methodist parsonage,.,
at Hermanville, Re». J. W. MM
officiating. The young people ex^ J
pect to make their home in Ark j
ansas.
and
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTO R I A
WANTED—A good milk cow. 1
Mrs. J. S. Hicks, 1
P. G. F. College.
fehlet
Trim's Improved Sftoepeg Corn.
A seed corn grown in Claiborne County, well adapted
to our soil and climate; a good drouth and weevil re
sister. Why pay big prices for Seed Corn away
from home when you can get the best that
grows at home ?
THOS. R. TRIM,
Wilsonville, Miss.
Phone No. 109-F 12
S. P. Headley & Sons say:
"The beauty about your corn is when you plant it
you get corn—3 barrels shell 2 of corn.
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Land Leases, Shares Contracts, Labor Contracts at Reveille.
WE WILL OFFER ON
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Annual Bargain Day, Feb. 20th
Reliable Bargains in Reliable Merchandise
The values in Silks, Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Ready-to-Wear will
open your eyes. Wonderful Valués in
worthwhile Merchandise thoughout the store. Don't miss this great sale on Carnival Day. Remember the pri
ces are good for one day only. The prices will be figured on the lowest cash basis and you will not be disap
pointed in the values. See our window displays.
Come in and made this
store your headquarters.
We will take charge of
your packages and grins.
Our maid will look after
the comfort of the ladies
and children. -
The Valley Dry Goods Co.,
Mississippi's Greatest Department Store
ONE PRICE TO ALL
Vicksburg, Miss.
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to
Basket Ball Game.
Last Monday tbe basket ball
team from Jefferson Military Col
lege, near Natchez, came to play
I a game with the team of Chamber
, ...... r .
la '° ^ UQl Academy. The visitors
-1 were big and brave but they could
Po
lax
) defeated them 40 to 8. The C. H.
of
I Croucb, Campbell aod Ed. Day.
the 1
do nothing to win for C.
H. A.
A. team was Peters, Lit tel 1,
How's This ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure.
Hall's Catarrh Cure has been taken by catarrh
sufferers for the past thirty-five years, and has
become known as the most reliable remedy for
J catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure acts thru the blood
on the mucous surfaces, expelling the poison
from the blood and healing tbe diseased por
j I tions.
I in youc^enerai heauh.
After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Cure for
a short time you will see a great improvement
Start taking Hall's
Catarrh Cure at once and get rid of catarrh
Send for testimonials, free.,
F. J. CHENEY & CO. t Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists 75 c.
FOR SALEWA carriage in good
condition
it; will sellât a bargain.
As I have no nse for
W. C Gnthrie.
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PORT GIBSON J MISSISSIPPI
Practice 1 r ell tka Cnrts ml Claiborne and let.
t.raou Conatica. and Föderal aad Suprema
Ceurtaat laakaea. Kaal eatata 1er sale.
DR. L. A. SMITH,
Dentist,
POET GIBSON. Mia*.
R. B. ANDERSON,
Attorney -at- LiaW
M. M. SATTERFIELD,
Attorney at L&W
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POET GIBSON.
MISSISSIPPI
DR. R. t. HORTON,
Dentist
MIS8I88IP*
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MM Cl Mf Mill
flnmBfini Everything in concrete. AH
j UUlliplill], work guaranteed against anv
PORT GIBSON,
OSes Hour*«to 4
GUILFORD S. WATSON,
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Attorney at Law,
MISSISSIPPI
Offict in Port Gibson Bank Building
and all defects.
FRANK D. WBRKING. Manager
mch3o-iy
Antameblli Simei.
All calls
Guaranteed good.
promptly answered.
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JOHN E. BUNTING,
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Phone 60.
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Our Stock Is Such
that you may always depend on finding
here just
What You Want When You Waot It.
None of our customers have ever had to
postpone their building operations because
we couldn't supply their needs.
SEE US FOR
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
KELLEY CURRIE
PRES. AND Mgr.
CENTRAL LUMBER CO.
Mill and Church Sts., Jackson, Miss.
MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION
will be held at
NEW ORLEANS
February I5th to 20th, 1917
and reduced fares will be in effect from February
12th to 29th inclusive via
Yazoo & Mississippi Valiev Railroad.
Return limit of tickets March 2nd. Upon payment of
$1.00 as New Orleans tickets will be extended-until March
19th. For fares, schedules, sleeping car reservations, etc.
apply to your Local Ticket Agent or address , t
6. H. BOWER, General Passenger Agent,
Memphis, Tenu.
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Blank Forms for Sale by Reveille
FOR SALE—Cash or credit or
trade for cattle, two good work
mule«, cheap H. L. Coleman,
R. No I, Hermanville, Miss.
Phone 107-W
«8-4
FOR SALE—A tboroughb cd,
though not registered, and three
Jersey heifers.
i 25"3
Mrs. K. E. Craig.
LOST OR STRAYED—F.om
Beech g rove Plantation
>nare branded T on left hip.
ward to 6nder.
j*3 2
one bay
Re
J. W. Person.
FOR SALE—Unusually fine Jer
sey bull, 14 months old, ready for
Price $50
service.
C. H Phillips,
Port Gibson.
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Risitftnct mi Stsn Fir Sile
FOR SALE—Residence
also
Store Property belonging to N. A.
Son, either cash or terms.
L. Abraham & Son.
J 33-4
Ladies make hand- made Capa at
home; send samples sewing; work
sent out of City,
très, N. O La. ji8*7t
Ronff, ia6Char
FOR SALE—Angus Registered
Tuberculosis Tested Bulls. Cheap
if fold quick.
Turner Live Stock Co.
jann-3od
Canton, Miss
FOR SALE- — Country raised
horse and three mules in good
condition.
jann-4t
M. B. WATSUN,
Russum, Miss.
Four room honse with bath for
rent. Phone 272.
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. t. * I. T. 4 H. W. M. Drake
POSTED—My plantation against
hunting and other trespassing.
Mes. B. R. Mowtgomerv
POSTED — My place, against
hunting or anv other trespassing,
mcha-yr
M. GILSrTON.
NOTICE.
The* Board of Supervisors of
Claiborne County. Miss , will re
ceive to two o'clock P M. on the
first Monday in March, 1917.
sraled bids for making a complete
and durable map of Claiborne
County, same size as present map
in the of the Chancerv Cieik.
Thé bidders to famish all mate
rial and said material to be of the
best grade obtainable. The Board
reserves the right to reject any and
*11 bids.
By order of tbe Board.
B. H MOREHFAD, Clerk
' NOTICE.
. The Board ot Supervisors of
Claiborne County, Mississippi, will
receive to two o'clock P. M on the
I 9 V.
first Monday in
sealed bids
March.
for furnishing the
j county with 100 charges for vats
I for the dipping of cattle, tbe said
charges to be shipped to different
pans of tbt- county asorden-d, and
the entire amount to be used be
fore July ist, 1917; the charges to
be made up according to the
ernment formula
The Board reserves tbe right to
reject any and all bids.
By order of,the Board.
B. H. MOREHEAD, C'.rk.
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Residence. ISI
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S

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