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The weekly Corinthian. (Corinth, Miss.) 1894-19??, May 13, 1902, Image 5

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Strawberries
New Potatoes, Beans, Peas,
Tomatoes, Beets,
Cucumbers
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Sam Brackstone's
RIGHT PRICES, RIGHT GOODS.
Al
MAMMOTH DISPLAY and SALE of
WASH GOODS AMD SHOES.
for the next 30 days commencing Lriday, May 9, we
will show you beyond the shadow of a doubt the greatest
values in goods ever shown in this town.
200 pair men's shoes arco kid, regular §2 values by SI,40
us an others, for this special sale
150 pair ladies Dougala shoes that are good enough 98ctS
to sell for SI 50, for the next 30 days only
A nice men's Sunday shoe 95c
200 extra good quality plow shoes, buckle cong or 99cts
or lace, western make, our price
500 pair all wool Cassimere pants going now at 75 cents
Come and see for yourself and you will find everything as
»»presented,
Yours very truly,
SAM BRACKSTONE
Baxter Building.
The Grand Leader
for Sale, Wants,
For Rent, Etc.
Ï0 U SMjE CHEAP—My boarding
honw tamvture and fixtures corner
Waldron and Cass streets. (Old Price
House) House car be r nted.
Mrs. H. W. Parker.
WANTED—Lady canvasser for Sing
er Sewing Machines. Apply to Singer
office at Collins Bros.
FOR SALE.—Four or five wagons,
comparatively new, Pocahontas Lum
ber Company.
FOR SALE—Old papers at the Cor
nthian office.
The Osteopath
has been indicted in
Corinth. What for? Be
cause he killed a man?
No, just because he cur
ed a few cases that had
been given up to die, or
go through life carrying
a crutch.
Now friends if you are
interested in any one
that is suffering, investi
gate the principle upon
which osteopathy is bas
ed and get a thorough
knowledge of it before
you condemn or pass it
by unnoticed.
Seeing is believing.
DR. HOLLIS HAYD0N,
Osteopathic Physician,
OFFICE HOURS:
® 1 to 5:Mon. Wert Sat.
CORINTH—Hoard wilh C. H.
GlsU
Tuesday and Fridav,—BOONE
V1LLE.
Thursday, ut IuKA.
8 to 12
Earthquakes continue the de- j
struction of cities and towns in I
Guatemala.
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30 in.
30 in.
30 in.
30 in.
30 in.
30 in.
27 in.
27 in.
50 in. Swiss mull GOc now 45c yd
34 in. white organdia 20c now 12
34 white organdia 25 now 15c
White Pk 25c now 15.
White Pk 15c now 10.
Figured organia 25c now 15c.
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gjront St., Corinth.
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T. E, HENRY,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
OFFICE IN MAYORS OFFICE
HUGH K. JONES,
Agent for
THE HELVETIA FIRE 1X8. CO
of St. Gall, Switzerland,
Office over Borrouna's Drug Store.
Ors. Voyles <& Lannlng
Office over Postoffice
Telephone 57 Two Rings.
Itisgrams and long distance telephone
messages attended immediately.
R. L. B. PRICE
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Office over Waits' jewelerv' store
J ormerly occupied by Studio. Resi
ence telephone 63.
Local Snap Shots,
THE WEATHER.
Showers tonight and Wednesday
in south portion; fair north.
Louis Adams of Seltner is in the
city today
Stovewood, 50c to 75c load at
Thos. Holman's.
See slight change in Mobile and
Ohio seheduie.
Big loaf for a nickel— the Star
brand bread, at Candler's,
Whiten up bv using our white
wash brushes.
Youug men should call and see
our nobby spring suits, James Gish.
Another advance in meat prices
has marked the passing of the full
dinner pail.
Lisle thread lace work hose for
ladies misses and children.
Bradley Cuts the Price.
O. C Meeks, who is merchandis
ing in Indian Territory, is at home
on a few weeks' visit.
There is p on i e of work begin
ning soon on the union depot and
new freight houses.
Wagons and teams for fishing par
ties secured at Thos. Holman's. Put
order in day before.
Mrs. Myra Ozier Brown of Arkan
sas arrived in the citv this after
noon to visit relatives.
Mine Host R I Hall of the Wal
dron has returned from an extended
trip to Texas and the West.
Beautiful drop stitch hose for
ladies, misses and children.
Bradley Cut the Price
A small dwelling house owned
and occupied by Ed Pillow, colored,
burned this afternoon. It was loca
ted in the southeast portion of city
L. R. and S. L. Davis, merchants
of Tishomingo county, were in the
city today buying a large bill of
goods from one of Corintn's whole
sale dry goods houses.
Fresh groceries, provisions, vege
tables, canned goods and everything
usually kept in a first-class grocery
store at
See Dilworth & Bynum for new
matting, door and window screens
and all summer goods in the furni
ture line.
The members of A. 5. Johnston
Camp, No. 1164, will please meet in
Corinth at court house at 1 p. m.,
on the first Monday in June for the
purpose of attending to business
conneoted with annual reunion.
Machines rented or sold on in
stallments at Singer SewingMachine
office.
The funeral services and burial of
the late Chas. Hendrix takes place
this afternoon at 3 o'clock in resi
dence. proceeding thence to Henry
Cemetery. Rev. S. B. Meyers of
the Methodist church will officiate
The deceased had been ill with con
sumption for several months and
the end was expected for several
weeks. He was about 33 years of
age and leaves a wife and three
children. Before his last il ness he
was identified with the mercantile
interest« of the city and was a citi
zen universally pogular and enjoy
ing the respect and confidence of
J. A. McAmis.
Klyce's.
all.
Miss Madge Montgomery, the tal
ented staff correspondent of the
Meridian Daily Press, is in the city
today in the interest of her paper.
She bas been doing splendid work
for several months in writing up the
towns and in. ustries of the eastern
line of the State, and ner paper is
an enterprise that richly deserves
the support of the people within its
reach. The Press carries full tele
graphic news service and reaches
this section on the day of publica
tion. __
MEDICAL SOCIETY
The Alcorn County Medical Socie
ty met at the usual place this morn
ing at 11 o'clock. The regular bus
iness of the society was transacted,
after which a most interesting and
instructive paper was read by Dr.C.
Kendrick, on "The Phenomena of
Fevers." The society adjourned at
1 p. m. to meet the second Tuesday
in June.
Ladies if vou want comfort this
summer, buy one pair of Hamilton
Brown Slippers, James Gish.
ZEKE CANDLER AND TOM BIG BEE.
They're having fun in Congress, just
as in olden times.
They're not annexing Cuba, or squand
ering ail our dimes,
They've laid aside free silver, for the
standards an enigma.
But they telime that in Congress, Zeke
Canulers' found Tom-Dig-bee.
Who knows not of Tom-big-bee, since
Cannier made his speech.
Must advertise his weakness, no learn
ings in his reach,
John Allen's noted fish pond, has
dwindled to a pigmy,
Since Candler entered Congress, and
kindly found Tom-big-bee.
Domoplis is neard of, where lime
rocks bang and quiver,
Shipping many barrelsof cementdown
the river.
McLaurens' quit his turnip greens,
his dinings do not rig me,
Since Candler went to Congress, and
represents Tom-big-bee.
Columbus is a mightlv Queen, and
running maDy mills,
While Fulton sits a magic gem, among
historic hills
From Aberdeen to Walker's bridge,
across to old time Tibbee.
No ice will freeze a Congressman, since
Candlers' found Tom-big-bee.
The corridors at Washington, are
swiftly learning how,
As Zeke Candler passes by them, just
to. make a little bow.
And every other Congressman, from
mastodon to pigmy,
Tips his hat to our Zeke, and calls
him big Tom-big-bee.
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The lute Congressman Amos J.
Cummings of New York was proud
of his care°r as a printer, and to
the day of his death he carried with
him always as a pocket piece, which
he valued more than the dollars
against which it rubbed, the old
printer's rule with which he had
stuck so many thousand eras of
type. Amos was one of the most
democratic and approachable of
men, and he was always at home to
the old "print" who happened this
way and was down on his lack.
Many and many a time bas a five or
ten flashed from Amos' most gener
ous pocket to help one of the craft
of which he was proud to be a mem
ber. When he closed his eyes in
death the printers of the nation lost
one of their truest and best friends
They know it, and when he was on
his deathbed there came every
morning from one of the typographi
cal unions of Baltimore a large
bunch of fresh and fragrant Ameri
can Beauty roses as a testimonial of
their love and esteem for the man.
When they heard that the Great
Foreman of the Universe had called
"30" for Amos, there were dim eyes
that read the "take" as it was sent
to notify the reading world that
one d£ the manliest of men had
"crashed hi3 string" and gone to his
enternal rest.
KENDRICK NEWS
Needing rain very tad.
Health of the neighborhood good.
Jas. Coke, the tobacco man, pass
ed through our vicinity Saturday.
J. A. Williamson and J. B. Splann
made a business trip to Hamburg
Friday.
Rubin Hatly and wife of near
Nixon, Tenn., visited P. H, Lakey
and family Sunday.
Odell Williamson and wife visited
C. Kendrick Jr. and wife Sunday.
Allan Kendrick and wife were the
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guest of A.R. Potts and family Sun
day.
It is reported here that they have
a case of small pox near White Sul
phur Springs.
J. E. Splann went to Corinth Sat
urday.
Some of our young folks went to
Gravel Hill Sunday.
J. B. Splann and wife visited W.
W. Kemp and family Saturday night
and Sunday.
We are informed that there are
hundreds of acres of river land yet
uuplanted and it is too hard and dry
t) do anything with.
If you don't reau the Corinthian
you don't get the news.
Bro Patterson, of Corinth will
prea'ch at Jerusalem Sunday. A
good many of our peoplehere expect
to be present.
Look and listen for the wedding
soon.
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In all forms of kidney and bladder
diseases, the best physicians recom
mend Kid-Ne-Oids. They are com
pounded after the formula of a cel
ebrated chemist, and represent the
scientific study of 18 years. Put up inj
tablet form at 50c. Pleasant to take,
H. E. WALKER & CO., Druggists.
Those Who Trade With us
Know our prires are RIGHT and our goods good. We have
a fine line of WASH GOODS, WHITE GOODS, TRIMMINGS
LACES, Etc., and our stock of Ladies Shoes and Slippers
are worth your careful inspection. There is no clap-clap
thunder about qualities and values, neither is there any dis
satisfied customers. See us for vour spring and summer out
fittings.
Get a trunk from our stock.
C. S. Graham & Son.
YOUR
LUMBER
Xo erect that residence
is in our ware Ho uses.
Please advise us wHen
and wHere WE sHall
DELIVER IT.
Pocahontas
Lumber
PHONE Q1
Corinth.
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AT our stock of bedroom FURN ITU R K Let
us show you what "nature's sweet restorer balmy
sleep'' really means.
A nestfully furnished bedroom invites repose.
We are prepar'd to help you to furnish your bed
room nestfully and beautilully. Here is everything
for the bedroom from a bedstead to a comfortable
chair. . Wood and iron beds, exquisite dressing
tables. Large and attractive line of bedroom suits,
rockers and chairs in great variety. And here
everything is priced to please particular people.
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Corinth Furniture Co.,
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Ladies' Misses' Mens' Fine' Shoes,
Late styles at moderate prices.

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It will pay you to efet correct footwear, such as we
handle.
Our Men's Shirts. Neckwear. Hosiery and Fine 5
Hats are strictly up-to-date. We want to sell you
this season. Come and look through our stock.
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We have received a fine line of
MATTINGS and RUGS.
Also Door Screens, Window Screens and
Netting. See us for Summer Goods in the
Furniture line.
DILWORTH & BYNUM
Phone 10/2.
Eesidence, 10/3,

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