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-ra / ! nights FRIDAY SATURDAY TWO HACKETT'S THEATRE PORT GIBSON MATINEE SATURDAY Seats on Sale Now at. Nights $1.00 and $1.50 Matinee PRICES NO SEATS LAID ASIDE UNLESS Nights, 8:15 O'Clock PAID FOR 75 c $1.00 Joseph's Drug Store. Matinee, 2:15 O'clock^ D. W. GRIFFITH'S World's Mightiest Spectacle The Most Stupendous Dramatic Spectacle the Brain of Man Has Yet Visioned and Revealed v A Red Blooded Tale of True American Spirit ft r s" T* • T» Ford's Theatre. Washington, Reproduc ed to the Smallest Detail for the Lincoln Tragedy. . m. * .1 -m \ SfKVt N ■ 18000 People 3000 Horses 5000 Scenes Cost $ 500,000 & See the Decisive Battles of the Civil War Sherman's March to the Sea, : >. r/j ;*i * I ■■ -■ m a .v : / -j. ■•y HF-Ï Cities Built Up and Then Destroyed by Fire. Mr : m k ÉH m ■* y SrK •ah V •Fi'ïS ■ n Ä m ■ ; •' • r-SS ■'L •-L ft tik 3 v 'f;Y .■ YÏÎ ■v. Î'--, What the Conflict of '61 Meant to Wives and Daughters of the Universe. Ius v ESsnyV: K * r NOTE. i Grant and Lee at Appomattox, the Trag edy of the Death of Abraham Lincoln. Mr. Griffith's new spectacle "INTOLERANCE, the first and only production he has made since ' 'THE BIRTH OF ANATION," has been proclaimed the artistic triumph of the world, will be seen here later. >> u v-r .H ( 4 IETOLERANCE n The Biggest Battle of the Civil War Re Enacted. > . / t v SYMPHONY OF 30 PIECES ! ORCHESTRA t Mail Orders from out of town patrons will be accepted now when ac companied by money orders payable to Hackett & Krauss, Managers Founded on Thomas Dixon's Famous Play "THE CLANSMAN \ l THE REVEILLE THURSDAY, APR. 19, 1917 personal Mr. J. M. Jones is in Chicago on business. Dr. W. H. Pipes is here with bis wife and child. Mr. O. A. Cason bas been spending tbe week in tbe delta. Mr. H. H. Meyer is at home after an extended commercial trip. Miss Augustine Lejune of Bal timore is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. S. Drake. Rev. W. F. Creson attended a meeting of presbytery at Crystal Springs last week. Miss Ruth Drake is in Natchez at a sanitarium where she is re ceiving medical treatment. Miss Katie Drake bas been spending tbe week with Mrs. H. W. M. Drake near Westside. Mr. J. M. Montgomery of Lin coin county bas been visiting at tbe home of Mr. M. B. Watson at Russum. Miss Libby Pennisi is now speoding a while with friends in Hammond, La. She will soon re turn to New Orleans. -Mr. and Mrs. fames Spencer and son of Palatka, Fla., will ar rive Saturday to spend a month wiih bis father, Mr. J. G. Spencer. Mrs. J. M. Berry and Mrs. J. M. Jones are attending a meeting of ibe Woman's Auxiliary of tbe Episcopal cburcb,i n session at Greenwood. Prof. -J. M. Smith, formerly a teacher in tbe Female College but now principal of tbe Catcbings HiRh School, spent a few days h» re this week. Low Prices on Harrows DISC HARROWS WITH TONGUE TRUCKS AND SCRAPERS / 8-16 inch Discs, with 3 Horse Hitch. 10-18 incb-Discs, with 4 Horse Hitch. 12-18 inch Discs, with 4 Horse Hitch....r.. .$31.*50 . 36.50 . 38.50 SECriON HARROWS WITH DRAW BARS ! I s ....$14.00 .... 14.50 50x5-8 inch Teeth 60x5-8 inch Teeth f < 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. 1 F I CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO. Telephone 431 Dr. |. M. Luster, who bas just completed bis veterinary course at tbe Kansas City Veterioary Col* lege, arrived borne this week. Dr. Luster is a well equipped veter inarian. Senator fobn Logan, represent ing Jefferson and Claiborne in tb. state senate, and bride, nee Miss Annie Laurie Shields, were here this week in company Ifrith At torney and Mrs. James Logan of Fayette. Senator Logao was mar ried last week atCburcb Hill, tak inp bis friends by surprise. We are agents for the wonderful Wirtmore and Wellworth Shirt Waist. A new arrival of wonder ful values at $1.00, at David Bock's Department Store. Mr. E. G. Wade is just com pleting a pretty bungalow on bis property near Tillman. There will be no Library hours Saturday on account of tbe school contests. The soldiers stationed at tbe bridge bave been royally treated by tbe citizens, would like to live at Port Gibson always. One said he The dry goods merchants of Port Gibson have donated 300 yards of canvas to be used by the local Red Cross Auxiliary for bandages. Tbe Reveille is unusually crowd ed this week with advertisements, and many matters of interest and letters were crowded out. We hope to soon be able to give our readers as good or bette(\ paper than we have been giving during tbe past few months. Postmaster Magruder has re ceived a flag from tbe government and bas it on display, hardware stores also have large flags waviog. Tbe two C. L. Will is tbe only candidate for supervisor from the fourth dis trict, to succeed tbe late W. R. Trim. Tbe election will be held on tbe 28th inst. Tbe trustees of the county schools will meet at their respect ive school houses on tbe first Saturday of May, at two o , clock, and elect one trustee. Children's day will be observed at the Methodist church next Sun day morning at eleven o'clock. An attractive program is being arranged, and tbe public is invited. Hon. N. Vick Robbins of Vicks burg will deliver the memorial ad dress on May ist. is known to many Claiborhe peo pie, and bis coming will be a source of pleasure to them. Mr. Robbins Miss Katherine K. Gilbert, dau ghter of Mrs. A. M. Gilbert of Washington, D. C., was married to Mr. Thomas C. Johnson of Lynn, Mass , on tbe evening of March 31st. bert were former prominent resi dents of Port Gibson where the daughter, now a bride, was born. Mr. and Mrs. Gil WANTED ANTIQUE FURNITURE BY PRIVATE PARTY ENOUGH antique rose-^ " wood, cherry, and ma hogany furnitue for a new colonial house in Southern style,. Also several very old pianos, spinets and rne lodeons, vases; cut glass prisms, wall candelabra and lightingfixturesjthree black and white marble mantels; curtain hooks; pieces inlaid with pearl; black pieces decorated in Chinese style; dinner set of china; orna ments and old pictures; clocks; grandfather clock. Also any rare old relic. Address "Antique," care Reveille. ! I f All food is advaucing at an alarming rate, plant something to eat. For once, let tbe south feed itself, and raise a little extra fot tbe army. Your patriotism is needed. Let everybody Samuel Wei WELCOMES THE PUBLIC a You are cordially invited to inspect my Complete Line t -^OF Spring and Summer Wearing Apparel My stock is New and Up-to Date in all Departments. « By ATTRACTIVE PRICES ✓ Mail and 'phone orders giv II en prompt attention. Samuel Weil, « 'Phone 261 ft* o\*Y . <: WL 4 »Every-, WTvereJ o o 0 -o„ ? « 0 OO L W' [ 0 N à i 54 si ///>*. TWOS COMPANY AnVw/Un.everEtkereir oorapaj\y % % a. iv fc.. Rcfr e yK i ryf* iS', s*\ir e i crpi Biedendarn conöy ßo., üoenis '•DelicioMJ* VICKSBURG. \ TO Belle Boy Headley's Percheron Stallion will make The season at Jordan's Old Stable at Port Gibson and Color jet black; weight 1400 pounds; age 5 years Terms, $12.50 When Colt Comes All possible care will be taken to avoid accident, but should any occur we will not be responsible In care BERNARD MOORE. mz2-6t THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI To A. G. Inman, Defendant. You are commanded to appear « «tore the Chancery Court of Clai borne County on tbe Second Mon day of May, A. D. 1917, to defend the stilt of Fannie F. Inman, wherein yon are defendant. Witness my band this 16th April, 1917. B. H. MOREHEAD, Clerk. By W. Y. HUGHES, D. C. To Property Owners. Have drain pipes placed on your walks and when sidewalks are laid they will be put in free. « 5-4 Sidewalk Committee. Printed stationery is what yon need Grown in Mississippi THE LAMAR LIFE INS. CO. JACKSON, MISS. An old line insurance company, well cared assets, places no war rider on poli cies. Policies read, "Fhis contract is free from conditions' as to residence, occupa tion, travel and place of death. No per mit or extra premium required from Insured for military or naval services in time of war or peace. »» 44 se Now the war is here; many may soon be called. Any man who has no life insurance or not enough, if he is as loyal to his fam ily as he is to his couotry, should apply for insurance. Soon he may be unable to get insurance or be required to pay extra premiums on account of war hazed. Now is your opportunity—"Today, if you will hear," etc. J. G. SPENCER, Special Agent, 2t Er, S. St J. T. DRHKE LiaWyers, PORT GIBSON MISSISSIPPI Practice in all the Courts of Claiborne and let* faraon Counties, and Federal and Suprema Court, at Tackson. Real estate (or aale. DR. 1 . A. SMITH, Dentist, PORT GJBSON. MI oft. R. B. ANDERSON, Attorney -at- LiaW M. M. SATTERFIELD, Attorney at LaW ' PORT GIBSON, MISSISSIPPI Will practice in all of the Courts ol Claiborne County, the adjoining: counties, the Federa Courts and the Supreme Court of the State. DR. R. L. HORTON, Dentist PORT GIBSON, MI 8 SISSIPP Office Honrs g to 4 GUILFORD S. WATSON, Attorney at Law, PORT GIBSON, Office in Port Gibson Bank Building MISSISSIPPI DR. M. J. LUSTER, Veterinarian Utica, Mississippi Phone Route 2 »p»9-y Everything in concrete. AI work guaranteed against aa> . and all defects. J FRANK D. WERKING. Manager mch3o-iy 20 Registered Shorthorn Bulls FOR SALE Turner Live Stock Co. Canton, Miss. a5-3 FOR SALE— HANSON ROWAN, Tillman, Miss. 5-4 FOR SALE ! FOR SALE !— Ï One handsome bed room set. Will sell tor cash, or easy payments Pbone 53, or P. O. Box 26. fmm ftfptoftg