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THE REVEILLE
AUG.2, IQ17
THU RSI)A V,
Personal
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Mr. W. J. Mauns is spending
the week at Cooper's Well.
Miss Vera Cronin of Leland has
been the guest of Mrs. Bailey.
Miss Mary Cooper of Tennessee
is a guest of the Misses Harrison.
Mr. Emmet Guthrie of Tensas
parish, La., is visiting bis brothers
here.
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Miss Anna Jones has gone to
North Carolina to speod a few
weeks.
Miss Julia G. Levy will leave
today for Greenville to visit rela
tives aud frieuds.
Miss Clara Sbarbrough returned
this week from the Peabody Nor
mal at Nashville, Teon.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. S. Craig and
son of l'allulab, La., have Deeu
visiting Mrs. K. E. Craig.
Miss Eula McDowell of CautoD
will arrive today to visit her cous
in, Mrs. H. D. Brownlee.
Mrs. R. B. Jones of Leland is
visitiog her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Young, near Violet.
Mrs. Maggie Musgrove arrived
home this week after having spent
a month with friends iu Jackson.
Mr. Redus French has returned
from a two weeks' visit to Mr. T.
R. Turner on Karnac plantation.
Miss Katie Drake will go to Me
Comb City today to deliver an ad
dress before a missionary gather
ing.
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Mr. Cbas. Baldany and sister,
Miss Gladys, of Little Rock, Ark.,
bave been visiting friends at Rus
sum.
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Mrs. Samuel Bagnell was called
to Waco, Texas, last week by the
serious illness of her mother, Mrs.
Harvey.
Garrett and Perry Butler, sons
of Mrs. F. M. Sprott, are again at
home from a visit to relatives at
Liberty.
Mrs. J. G. McNair and grand
children returned Saturday from a
visit of several weeks to relatives
in Louisiana.
Miss Doll Turnipseed, after a
visit of several weeks with Mrs.F.
M. Sprott, has returned to her
home at Liberty.
Lauch Magruder went to Mem
phis with the family of Mr. Leibke
mann last Saturday and returned
by rail yesterday.
Mr. R. G. Hastings was called
to New Orleans Monday night by
the critical condition of bis uncle,
Mr. A. C. Wharton.
Mrs. Moore of Clarksdale has
removed here with her daughter
aud son, and they are occupying
the Humphreys cottage next to the
Presbyterian church.
Miss Julia Marie Johnson has
returned from New Orleans where
she took special work in expres
sion at Tulane Uuiversity.
Mr. and Mrs. Johu T. Wade
and child of Holly Springs are en
joying a vacatiou
Mrs. B. H. Wade at Tillman.
Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Goodman
and little daughter Jeanne of New
Orleans spent the week end with
Mr. aud Mrs. Byron H. Levy.
Mr. Goodman is a brother ot Mrs.
Levy.
with Hon. and
Mrs. G. Netter and daughter
and Miss Irma Hyrma of New
York, Dr. and Mrs. H. Greenburg
of Milwaukee and Messrs. Jacob
and Gordon Krauss of Fayette
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
were
Krauss Sunday.
G. L. Disbaroon ot Port Glbsoii
b ts successfully passed the physi
cal examination for the officers'
training camp.
Work will begin on the Bayou
Pierre bridge, at the railroad
crossing about the middle of the
present month.
Some personal items were sent
the Reveille this week, but the
writer failed to give name, and
the items when the way ot all otb
er annonymous communications.
do
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SAVE THE HAY
...WITH...
Deering Mowers and Rakes
Deering Tedders
international Steel Hay Press
Myers Hay Carrier Outfits
Hay Forks, Hay Bale Ties
get our prices
CLAIBORNE HARDWARE CO.
Teleohone 43
To
of
day
suit
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It is being planned to reproduce
the Indian play, which was pro
duced here several weeks ago for
the benefit of the Ked Cross, at
Brown's Wens in the near future.
The Baptist Sunday School con
vention at Hermanville last Sun
day was well attended. However,
some of the principal* speakers on
the program failed to put in aD
appearance.
Mr. Emmet Whatley, who has
been with bis father in law, Mr. [.
A. Bolls, all summer, bas been
elected principal of the Bethel
Consolidated School. He gave up
a school in the southern portion of
the state to accept the place.
The ferry at the railroad bridge
caonot be crossed by automobiles
because a sand bar near the center
◦f the bayou prevents the passage
of the boat. Other vehicles ford
the place, the boat acting as a
bridge across the deepest part of
the water.
Headquarters for Traveling Bags
Suit Cases, Regular and Steamer
Trunks—a big variety to select
from.
We can suit you at almost
any amount you wish to spend.
David Bock's Department Store.
Mr. N. H. Leavell, a government
representative, was here this week
enquiring into the causes which are
producing the negro exodus from
Mississippi. He found that there
was no exodus from Claiborne
county. The negroes here seem
to be satisfied to remain.
All of the excavating and
foundations for the Tillman bridge
have beencompleted, and the put
ting in of steel reinforcing and
laying of plain concrete are all that
is necessary. Frank D. Werkiog
u§ doing the work and S. C. Dauieil
is checking for the county.
Last year the children of ). M,
Magruder borrowed $240 and in
vested in sheep. After marketing
the increase they now have 67
head, worth $5 eaca, or a total ot
#335» on which they still uwe only
$85. Starting with nothing they
have made in one year on borrow
ed capital $250.
Mr. P. H. Winston of Chapel
Hill, N. C., has been commis
sioned major and assigned to duty
in the Judge Advocate's office at
Washington. Maj. Winston is a
graduate of West Point and served
in the regular army, resigning
when first lieutenant. He tendered
bis services to the government ai
the outbreak of war. Maj. Wio
ston's wife was formerly Miss Jos
ie Wilkinson of Port Gibson.
Liver Trouble.
"I am bothered with liver trouble about
twice a year, " writes Joe Dingman, Web
ster City.'Iowa. "I have paios in my side
and back and an awful soreness in my
stomach. I heard of Chamberlain's Tab
lets and tried them. By the time I had
used half a bottle of them I was feeling
fine and had no signs of pain." Obtainable
everywhere.
Advertisement.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank the friends
and neighbors who rendered such
loving service during the sickness
and death of our dear mother.
Mrs M. L. Covington; May God
bless yon all.
HER CHILDREN.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all its stag
es, and that is catarrh. Catarrh being: greatly
influenced by constitutonal conditions requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on
the Mucous Surfaces of the System thereby des
troying the foundation of the disease, giving
the patient strength by building up the consti
tution and assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in the cura
tive powers of Hall's Catarrh Cure that they of
fer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it
fails to enre. Send for list of testimonials.
Address; F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Seed Order from Greece.
Dr. Jas. F. McCaleb of Iosmore
has received a letter from au Ath
ens, Greece, commission bouse
asking for samples and prices of
soybeans. The writer says:
Please mail me samples of
your varieties of soy Deans, togeth
er with particulars aud best prices
for ton lots, delivered it possible
t.o.b. N. Y. Payment cash. Kind
ly state also method of packing
used. An early reply on tne sub*
ject will oblige."
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The Best Laxative.
To keep the bowels regular the best laxa
tive is outdoor exercises. Drink a full
glass of water half an hour before break
fast and eat an abundance of fruit and
vegetables, also establish a regular habit
and be sure that your bowels move once
each day. When a medicine is needed
take Chamberlain's Tablets. They are
pleasant to take and mild and gentle in
effect. Obtainable everywhere.
Advertisement
To Our Friends, Both White and
Colored:
We feel very grateful to you for
your many acts of kindness and
words ot comfort during the illness
and death of our loved one, Carrie
D. Langford. To those who sent
floral offerings are we many times
thankful.
JOHN LANGFORD.
MAGGIE MURRAY.
OPHELIA CLARK.
First—Don't Delay. Second—Don't
Experiment.
If you suffer from backache;
neadaches or dizzy spells; if you
rest poorly and are languid in
the morning; if the kidneys act
trregularley do not delay. In such
cases the kidneys often need help
Doan's Kidney Pills are especial
y prepared for kidney trouble—
hey are recommended by thou
sands. Can residents desire more
convincing proof than the state
ment of a citizen of this locality?
Mrs. J H. Sanders, 1318 Springs
St., Vicksburg, Miss., says: "I
has occasion to use Doan's Kidney
Pills when I lived in Meridian and
I found them to be just as adver
tised. I recommend them as I
know they will help anyone if
taken as directed. I will person
ally tell anyone who suffers from
kidney trouble about my case and
verify this statement."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask tor a kidney remedy—
get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same
that Mrs. Sanders had. Foster
Milburn Co. Props, Buffalo, N. Y.
Glasses Fitted
HAWKES
Expert Optician
Will be at Our Store
Wednesday,
August 15th
ONE DAY ONLY
W.J.MANNS
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The meat market is The
One at which you will find
Perfect Sanitary Conditions—
where cleanliness reigns su
preme, and where the most
delicious of Fresh, Salt &
Cured Meats are to be had at
the most reasonable piices
possible.
We invite you to step in
and see for yourself the con
dition of this market—if you
do so you are almost certain
to patronize us.
ty,
and
will
WHITE STAR MARKET,
S. T. HAMILTON, Proprietor
State of Mississippi.
To J. Preston Dabney :
You are commanded to appear
before the Justice of Peace court
of J. A. Hedrick In said state and
county on the third Friday, 17th
day of August, 19I7, to defend the
suit in said court of J. G. Joseph,
wherein yon are defendant.
This 26th day of July A. D.
1917.
old,
and
ney
then
used
al
J. A. HEDRICK,
Justice of Peace.
Printed stationery is what you needj
ATTEND
The
Greatest
Clearing
Sale
in the history ' of the
Valley
Dry Goods
Company
Sale starts
Saturday 9ft
JULY Lmlß
and ends
Saturday, 11
AUGUST
Don't fail to attend this
wonderful sale. It will on
en your eyes. It will more
than pay you for the trip.
The reductions are general
and unprecedented, if you
miss it you'll regret it.
Vicksburg, Miss.
FOR SALE.
lOOO Bushels Native
Grown Recienaed Mc
Gehee Seed Oats.
lOOO Bushels Native
Grown Recleaned Ap
pier Seed Oats.
lOOO Bushels Native
Grown Feed Oats.
100 Bales Native
Grown Hay.
lOO Bags of Wheat
Shorts.
lOO Bags of Wheat
Bran.
lOO Bags of Sugar
Feed.
lOO Bags of Dairy
Feed.
LEVY PRODUCE HOUSE.
I am agent tor the following
periodicals :
Saturday Evening Post
Ladies' Home Journal
Cosmopolitan ,
New Orleans Picayune
emphis Commerical-Appeal
ernphis ews-Scimitar
Jackson News.
C. M. HOWARD.
FRESH BULBS
of all kinds just come in.
Cu Mowers and Designs
the year round. Write me for any
thing you need in the flower line
Prompt attention given all orders
MRS. E. BIRDSONG,
(Successor to W. H. Wright)
202 North Monroe St.,
Vicksburg
Telephone 743.
Administrator's Notice.
Letters of administration on the
Estate of Leah Jackson, deceased,
having beeu granted to me by the
Chancery Court of Claiborne Coun
ty, Miss., on the 7th day of July,
1917, therefore all persons having
claims against the said estate are
hereby required to file the same
with the Clerk of the said Court
and have them probated and al
lowed according to law, within one
year from this date, or the same
will be forever barred.
This 7th day of July, 1917.
HERMAN MARX,
Administrator.
C. A. FRENCH, Att'y.
Cure for Cholera florbus.
"When our little boy, now seven years
old, was a baby he was cured of cholera
morbus by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Mrs. Sid
ney Simmons, Fair Haven, N. Y. "Since
then other members of ray _ family have
used this valuable mediciue for colic and
bowel trouble with good satisfaction and I
gladly endorse it as a remedy of exception
al merit." Obtainable everywhere;
AdvertisemtHt
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W. C. GUTHRIE, Vice Prest.
R. G. HASTINGS, Abb'tCashier
G. W. WHEELESS President
B. H. MAGRUDER, Cashier
PORT GIBSON BANK
OF PORTIGIBSON, MISS.
Surplus $15,000.00
Capital $50,000.00
TOWN AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
deposits Guaranteed Under the Mississippi Banking Law of 1914.
ACCOUNTS INVITED
I have moved to the
store formerly occupied
by Mrs. Little, where I
will be ready as ever [to
serve mv friends.
E. J. Kennard,
VALLEY DRY GOODS CO.
Vicksburg, Miss.
CHARBON!
TREATMENT
H. K. Mulford & Co. were the first to introduce into this
section the Simultaneous Treatment for Charbon.
No vaccines and serums stand higher.
Mulford's Vaccines and Serums
Sold by
J. G. Joseph, Druggist
Commercial Stationery,
Plantation Stationery,
Molasses LabelSj Etc,, at
REVEILLE»OFFiCEf
B, S. St J. T. DRAKE
LaWyers
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PORT OIB8ON I MISSISSIPPI
Practice lu all the Court« of Claiborne and |«f*
(arson Couaties. aad Federal and Supreme
Courts at lackson. Real estate for sale.
DR. L. A. SMITH,
Dervtist,
PORT GIBSON. IflSB.
R. B. ANDERSON,
Attorney -at-LaW
M. M. SATTERFIELD,
Attorney at LaW
PORT GIBSON,
MISSISSIPPI
Will practice in all of the Courts of Claiborne
County, the adjoining counties, the Kedera
Courts and the Supreme Court ol the State.
DR. R. L. HORTON.
Dentist
PORT GIBSON,
M 1 SSISSIPP
Office Hours q to 1
GUILFORD S. WATSON,
Attorney at Law,
PORT GIBSON,
Office in Port Gibson Bank Building
MISSISSIPPI
DR. M. J. LUSTER, 1
Veterinarian
Utica, Mississippi
Phoned
api 9 -y
Route 2
FOR SALE—Potato vines, $2 per
1000.
B. E. HUMPHREYS.
FOR SALE—House known as
Thrasher house corner Vine 'and
Coffee streets.
This Is offered
cheap enough to be used for old
lumber.
C. E. MORRIS.
MONEY TO LEND.—We can
negotiate loans on farm lands, at
low rates and on long time. Not
more than forty per cent, of valu»
loaned, and only on first mortgage
E. S. & J. T. & H. W. M. Drakr
LOST—Old fashioned bar pin,
three ring pendent. Return to
Reveille office.
FOR SALE—Jersey milk, ioc
a quart, delivered.
j!y 5
Mrs. R. B. Sboaf.
FOR SALE—Fox terrier pups,
two males and one female,
jy 12—4
R. B. Shoaf.
LOST—Plain gold pin, with
initiais E K. M.
Mrs. S. H. Bagnell.
jyi2
FOR SALE—Large McCray Re
C. E. MORRIS.
frigerator.
WANTED—To buy or rent a
place of four or five rooms with
large lot or more of ground in or
near Port Gibson.
G. W. Elliott, phone 146
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$10O REWARD.
For information leading to the
arrest and conviction of party or
parties who took on Thursday,26th
of July, from my Titche Pasture
near Town one large red polled
durham cow white spot in face and
some white on feet and branded
TT on hip. This pasture had sev
eral head stolen last winter.
J. M. TAYLOR.
MEN WANTED.
50 or more good men
with sharp axes to cut
wood and clear land.
Good wages. Pay off
every Saturday even
ing. See W. M. Wat
son or his son.
82-3
WANTED
Five colored families,
the larger the families
the better,
nent employment.
Can go to work at
once.
, L. S. PEARSON,
Port Gibson.
Perma
a2-4
Notice to Automobile
Owners.
We are prepared to take care of
all battery troubles and give you
good service.
You do not throw away your
tires when punctured, so why dis*
card yonr battery when a plate is
ruptured or the battery goes dead?
Instead of buying a new battery
send ns the old one for repairs.
We guarantee one half the life of
a new battery for one fourth the
cost of a new battery. We lend
you a battery while yonrs is in the
shop,
myio
C. P. SHAW & CO.
Natchez, Miss.
WANTED—If you can use «
bard working 17 year old boy from
now until Oct. ist, phone 31 or
write P. O* box 364, Farm work
preferred,

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