THURSDAY, MAR. 22, 1917
Mr. C. F. Field bas been visit
ing in New Orleans.
Mrs. A. C. Callender is visiting
relatives at Brookbaven.
Mr. Louis Abraham is visiting
bis daughter in Baton Rouge, La.
Mrs. T. W. Martin and Mrs.
Maggie Martin are visiting friends
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Pearson and
children bave moved to their home
in the country.
Miss Ruth Maas of Baton Rouge,
La., was the guest of the Misses
Levy last week.
Mr. A. K. Shaifer of the A. &
M. College spent a few days at
home last week.
Mrs. Pearl Jenkins of Crystal
Springs visited her brother, Dr.
Redus, last week.
Mrs. Maud Pinkston of Monroe,
La., is again with her mother,
Mrs. E. |. Smith. .
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rush,
formerly of Brandywine, have
moved to Barlow.
Mr. J. W. Heath came from
Issaquena county last week and is
visiting his mother.
Howard Rush of Brandywine
has been appointed rural carrier of
Barlow route No. 1.
Mrs. Rea Milter of Crystal
Springs is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hackett.
Mr. S. J. Smith, after spending
a few weeks at his home, has re
turned to Springfield, III.
Mrs. Josie Gordon took her son,
Billy, to Jackson last week for an
operation for appendicitis.
Mr. £. L. Cahn has returned
from a trip to New Orleans, where
he went to consult a surgeon.
Mr. Wood Pearson, after a num
ber of trips to Europe, ariiVvcJ
home from Philadelphia last week.
Mr. Meredith Jones of Pennsyl
vania is with his mother and sis
ter at the home of Mrs. A. K.
Mrs. C. A. Taliaferro and Miss
Pearl Taliaferro have been spend
ing several days on their place in
Mr. J. W. Green, who has been
employed at the oil mill for sever
al weeks, has returned to bis.
home at Barlow.
Mr. J. W. Person went to
Weeks Island, La., Monday to
attend a meeting of the stock
holders of the salt mine.
Mrs. A. B. Redus and daughter,
Miss Ottilie, went to New Orleans
Monday to see Mr. S. R. Bérton
of New York, who is spending the
Misses Belle and Lula Gilkeson,
after spending several weeks at
Baton Rouge, bave returned to
Port Gibson and are visiting in the
home of Mr. W. C. Guthrie.
Palm Olive Soap, $1 per doz.
C. E. Morris.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Magruder, March 15th, a son.
Whole Wheat Flour.
C. E. Mords.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Felix
Bpck, March i2tb, a daughter.
Ring Philips Mills Nainsook.
C. E. Morris.
The new Library books have
arrived and are ready for distribu
Seed Corn—early varieties.
C. E. Morris.
Bayou Pierre is steadily rising,
the water being backed up from
the Mississippi river.
L'/i to 25c yard.
- Good quality,
C. E. Morris.
Fresh Garden Seed. Fresh Stock
and Poultry Food.
C. E. Morris.
Low Prices on Harrows
DISC HARROWS WITH TONGUE TRUCKS AND SCRAPERS
8-16 inch Discs, with 3 Horse Hitch
10-18 inch Discs, with 4 Horse Hitch
12-18 inch Discs, with 4 Hqrse Hitch
SECriON HARROWS WITH DRAW BARS
50x5-8 inch Teeth....
60x5-8 inch Teeth.
These are not light, cheap harrows. They are as
good as can be bought, and are equal to any on the mar
ket. Above prices subject to change without notice.
CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Thursday, March 2Qth,
THOS. H. INCE Presents
His Million Dollar Cinea Spectacle
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with horror at the news of the sinking of the Lusitania. The most graphic
of the printed reports could draw but a faint picture of such an unprecedented
catastrophe. It remained for a man who combined, extraordinary clarity of
vision and appreciative understanding with the art of expression and control
of its most vivid medium to convey to the multitudes a comprehensible con
ception of that terrific incident of modern war making. It has been done in
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Greatest Battle Drama of All Time. Inspiring to a Sublime Extent !
Seats jSTo*w On Sale at Pope Drug Store
Local fisbermeo are very sue
cessful in catching large strings of
fish in the bayou aod small lakes,
Bargains in Lace and Embroid
C. E. Morris.
Ira Newlin is bauliDg lumber
with which to erect a residence on
bis Fairview plantation in the
Mr. B. H. Morehead has re
turned from Tennessee buying*
Mules and Mares for Marx &
Fresh Sunshine and N. B. C.
Cakes and Crackers.
C. E. Morris.
Capt. Sager, the town's engineer,
is surveying the streets of Port
Gibson preparatory to laying the
We are agents for the wonderful
Wlrtmore and Wellworth Shirt
Waist. A new arrival of wonder
ful values at $1.00, at
David Bock's Department Store.
A car load of mules—some fresh,
others used—just In at Taylor &
The negro boys of the county
are being organized into a corn
club. There are already about 75
For Your Child's Cough ~
Here's a pleasant cough syrup that every
child likes to take, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar
Honey. If your child has a deep hacking
cough that worries you give him Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar Honey, the soothing pine balsams
relieve the cough, loosens the phlegm and
heals the irritated tissues. Get a bottle
to-day at your druggist and start treatment
at once. 25 c,
of Rouge, La., announce the engage
mem of their daughter, Ruth, to
Mr. Laz. Abraham of Port GibsoD,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Maas of Baton
Has Arrived—Carload Tennes
see Mules and Mares. They are
all young and sound. Guaranteed
to worfc. Call early and get your
pick at Marx & Morehead Stable.
The Parlor Millinery
Mrs. Thos. Turner.
The board of supervisors were
in special session yesterday, con
ferring with a member of the state
equalization board relative to the
See Taylor & Bunting for mules.
They have iust received a car of
the very kind you need.
Land for the colored demon^tra
tion farm, under the care of Rev.
C. D. Hayden, the centennial
agent, has been secured from the
compress, and work will sood be
We accept cash or good paper
for mules. Come and make your
Taylor & Bunting.
Tne folks about Hermanville
held a meet recently to see about
a better school and to urge con
solidation of some of the schools in
the section. Folks, you have the
right idea. Go to it!—Vicksburg
Full Cfèam Cheese, 25c.
C. E.. Morris.
About $300 was added to the
Protestant Cemetery Association
during the past week. Some local
subscribers to the fund think it
was not intended to again ask
them for help, but these are the
ones from which the $1 per year
for five years is expected.
Muscle Soreness Relieved.
Unusual work, bending and lifting or
strenuous exercise is a strain on the must
cles, they become sore and stiff, you are
crippled and in pain. Sloan's Liniment
brings you quick relief, easy to apply, it
penetrates without rubbing and drives out
the soreness. A clear liquid, cleaner than
mussy plasters or ointments, it does not
stain the skin or clog the pores. Always
have a bottle handy for the pains, aches of
rheumatism, gout, lumbago, grippe, bruises,
stiffness, backache and all external pain.
At your druggist, 25 c. Adv
Lightning struck the kitchen of
Assessor D. V. Herlong near Her
mauville duriog the electrical
storm Tuesday night. Oue corner
of the room was damaged aod
many shingles were toro off. The
building was set afire, but the
heavy rain which was falling at the
time kept the fire in check until
extinguished by Mr. Herlong.
The Greenville Times states
that Mr. Richard L. Walne, son
of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Walne of
Port Gibson, has been promoted
from the position of manager of
the Armour & Co's, plant at Green
ville to the .one at Clarksdale.'
This is Mr. Waloe's second pro
motion since being with this com
Scenes of Today and Yester
the entertainment to be
given for the beuefit of the Old
Ladies' Home next Tuesday night,
27th, at the opera bouse, will em
brace two parts : the first,"Today,
a play of modern times, and the
second, "Yesterday," one of the
old fashioned type. In addition,
there will be readings and music.
The Virginia reel wili'be danced
on the stage. Admission, adults
50 cents, students 25 cents and
children 15 cents.
Lazy Liver Is Spring Fever
Same old symptoms—coated tongue, bad
breath, headache, dizziness. Brighten up.
Don't let a sluggish liver dull your brain!
Po-Do-Lax, nature's liver regulator, made
from the may apple, makes work easier for
your liver. It stimulates the dow of bile
and by its mildly laxative quality removes
the impurities that clog your intestines.
Clear up that muddy complexion, chase
out that tired feeling with Po-Do-Lax.
Get a bottle to-day at your druggist, 50 c.
Hams and bacon are to be
had HKRK—choice, properly I
cured, deliciously flavored i X
products that are a veritable
delight to those with the most
The fresh meats sold hçre
are of a like standard of qual
ity—the kind you are certain
to be pleased with.
WHITE STAR MARKET,
S. T. HAMILTON, Proprietor
Buys 180 Acre Place.
Darden Carpenter of the Willows
neighborhood recently purchased
of W. S. McIntyre his 180 acre
interest in the D. T. McIntyre
place near Willows. Mr. Carpen
ter will put live stock on the place.
There are three houses on the
property, but otherwise'' there are
but few Improvements.
The Civic League specially
quests the ladies of town to meet
with them on Monday afternoon,
March 26th, at four thirty, to dis
cuss incorporating the League into
a Woman's Club. The depart
ments under this Club will be
League memners are especially
urged to be present. Meeting
the Couoty Library.
Home Economics, Ex
Among Our Advertisers.
Civilization, the great
ture, which is said to arouse the
sympathies of people as few pic
tures do, is advertised for next
Bock's Deptartment Store is
advertising a special sale of skirts I
at only $1.00 for next Saturday,
besides some olber specials. ° n
Mrs. Kenoard of the Valley
Branch is telling the public of the |
newest things in waists, skirts and
dresses now on display there.
S. T. Hamilton is specializing
on his fine bam and bacon in to
Bell Boy, Headley's PercheroD 15
is beiüg advertised by
You occasionally see it stated that colds
do not result from cold weather,
would be as prevalent in midsummer as in 1
midwinter. The microbe that causes colds
rid U of S ^ S a^cl^ake 'chamberlain's CourÜ j 1
Remedy. It is effectual and is highly rec
ommended by people who have used it for D
many years as occasion required, and know |
ts real value. /Obtainable everywhere.
Were it true colds
I Claiborne Camp Confederate
i X ete ^ aus I s calIed to meet th * w* I
Mondey in April. All members
are urged to attend.
J. G. SPENCER,
T. M. REA,
FOR SALE—800 lbs. Mitchell's
Reimproved King's Cotton Seed,
C. A. Elliott.
FOR SALE —Small flock of
H. R. Guthrie.
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ar\& J wf\.e!\evei\ tf\.ere!y
».n. à. Refrei^iiv.^*-'
is- s-ure io-plea.-re illfr '
I Bieoeniiorn Ccnfly Co., floenis
has just opened a grocery
and will handle Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables.
Special prices on good Ban
anas, Oranges and Apples.
JIM LEE, Mgr.
LEVY & WELSCH CO.
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, )
To Lucy Bruce Bailey: j
You are commanded to
I before tl,e Chancery Court of the
COUn , tv ° f C,aiborne ' in said state -
° n " '^ S'"'' d M °"day of May A.
D. 1917, to defend the suit in said
conrt of Josh Bailey, wherein
| are a defendant,
This 22tid day of March, A. D
B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk.
ART LESSONS—Mrs. Feather
stun will take a few pupils In
15 encil Drawin K and Shading,
Crayon Work, Water-color, Paint
ing, Oil Painting, etc. Terms and
hours most reasonable and conven
ient—by the lesson or bÿ the
month. Call up, or see her at the
j 1 haVe Purchased the
COttOfl fififl Of DâTden
| DTOS. 3.1 i 3ttlSOn 3DCI
will completely repair
same, putting in new
belts, etc. I
want •/ your business
when the season op
ens and I am going to m
give the best service
Pat a-Cake—nothing to add but
water for Layer Cake. Cup Cake,
Cottage Cake, etc.
C. E. Morris«
E. S. St J. T. DRHKE
Practice iu all the Courts of Claiborne and let
(arson Counties, and Federal and Suprema
Courts at lacksoti. Rea] estate for sale.
DR. L. A. SMITH,
PORT GIBSON. MISS.
R. B. ANDERSON,
Attorrvevj -at- LaW
M. M. SATTERFIELD,
Attorney at LaW
Will practice in all of the Courts of Claiborne
County, the adjoining counties, the Federa
Courts and the Supreme Court of the State.
DR. R. L. HORTON,
Office Hours g to 4
GUILFORD S. WATSON,
Attorney at Law,
Office in Port Gibson Bank Building
Everything in concrete. A1
work guaranteed against aa>
and all defects.
jFRANK D. WERKING, Manager
SEED CORN AND BEANS —
Pure Improved Mosby, bu. $2.50;
5 bu., in. Laguna June, bu.
$2.25; 5 bu., $io. Early Speckled
Beans, bu. $2.20; 5 bn., $10. In
good strong sacks, f. 0. b. Red
Brashear & Rush.
FOR RENT—Cottage next door
to Presbyterian church. -
Mrs. B. E. Humphreys.
FOR SALE.—One mule and
I am taking orders for the
Franco-American Hygienic Co's.
Toilet and Household Requisit
Will appreciate orders. Call Phone
Belle J. Ferguson.
POSTED— My plantation against
hunting aud other trespassing.
Mrs. E. R. Montgomery.
WANTED—A good cow with
young calf; cow not too old.
Cbas. M. Howard.
FOR SALE.—Two good horses.
Apply at Reveille Office,
FOR SALE —One good second
hand Log Wagon, cheap.
J. T. Trevilion,
EXCHANGE.—Pair of Pitless
Wagon Scales, in good shape; also
good Kentucky Jack. Will ex
change for hogs or cattle.
J. A. Hedrick,
POSTED. — All
warned not to hunt, fish
pass on "Mount Gomer
C. B. Mahaffeÿ.
m e ur 8, V be seeu at Port Gibson
° r s
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—
A J I. Case, 30 H. P. Portable
Steam engine in good repair. Cost
$^^o.oo which I will sell cheap
exchange for young cattle.
H. W. M. Drake,
Port Gibson, Miss.
MONEY TO LEND.—We can
negotiate loans on farm lands, at
low rates and on long time. Not
more than forty per cent, of vaine
loaned, and only on first mortgage
K. S. & I. T, & H. W. M, D a a gn
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