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Polite Clerks Pure D rug Extra Special This Week WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN PENS typewriter RIBBONS u g. WALKER DRUG COMP' Y always the best Largest Stock Weights Accurate Extra Quality and Dried Boiled Ham Beef-sliced to order. Our Smoked Tongues are fine. Zachary's Sam Pan Tea! For Iced Tea a w en d used in England for more than 40 years-1-4 lb., 1-2 lb. and 1-pound cans. We have it. T. J. SHARP SON J _Honest Grocers Phone 41 Spring Cleaning »tout your old spring clothes any that you may wish to ear—send to us and we will ; renovate them that it will I a pleasure to see the service at may be gotten out of them ï are in This Department as in the [ Slaking of Your Clothes "THOROUGH" ! '■ItlieTair Clothes Doctor »* WANTED. lED-Three unfurnished rooms mstairs, for light house keeping Sotcmences. Apply at this uliice. ™>-To buv second-handed w«er. Apply A. 1. tins o dice. at 416 Second st. I Apply to Mrs. H. Williams. fci-' ,C0 ? tract for th e hauling million feet yellow pine logs !■»> ™ ta ne<' 2ilo f. , • , I ife , "'«3Ü W 1 PtRaUroad. Cattle p. Address, E. ri. Cauwv i Deîota tbr Co._ Memphis, |Tenn. I _ -Ç ai'e you gt.jiig? To the mum, of course. | Bk m onogram t i ,, a ™ Lost Sunday night. IWptaMreturn to Geo. Gra I» receive reward. -> ■ ' A always up to date. I CP TÄe i < E0Æ MEM i. a 'l jS re ° excellence seldom attained in shoe- - P eadcr for 26 years, it holds first place in the L lea f rtS 0 t " ous ands, who emphatically voice their Pie erence. Buy and wear the Packard, it is ■ the shoe of character and quality. j I -1 Jf 1 % Soldat $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 i M. A. PACKARD CO., Makers - - - Brockton, Maos. Sold by all styles PJ Ife^YPAlR MADE TO WEAR PENR0D-R0BERTS0N. Mr. Wm. C. Penrod of Bir mingham, Ala., and Miss Yula Robertson of this city were mar ried last night, April 30,8 o'clock, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. E. G. Robertson, Rev. W. H. Ryals, pastor of the First Baptist Church officiating. Immediately after the cere mony the couple left for their future home in Birmingham. AT THE HOTELS B. A. Wood, W. A. Warren, ! Jno. Baxter, Jackson, Tenn.: Nat Hovis, Ripley; J. B. Tucker, Water Valley, are guests at the Cox Hotse. J. H. Carlin, Memnhis; H. G. Camp, Joplin, Mo.; H. C. Miles stone, Memphis; W. G. Sykes, Aberdeen; M. J. Jones, Jackson, Tenn., are among the arrivals at the Waldron. Jap Strike Causes Riot. May 1.—Serious disorder have brokenout at the coal mines Horanai, in the Hokkaido administra tive district, where 2000 miners have struck. The strikers burned the office building and a number of residences. Sharp collisions occurred between the strikers and police and numbers both sides were wounded. Tokio, near I on Minnows Found In Milk. Frankfort, Ky„ May 1.—Live min-, nows were found in milk delivered to i local restaurant. This was the testi mony brought out before the grand iury in an investigation of the dairy supply of Frankfort. The milk con tained 15 per cent water, and in one Instance the inspector found live m:n hows. Four dairymen have been in- 4 * cte<4 for v ' oIa tion of the pure food | aw - I LOCAL SNAP SHOTS. Use "America" flour. "America" flour is the best. Everybody goes to the Theato- i Have you been to the Theato num? Come go with us to the Thea- 1 torium. rium. Home-grown water-melon -seed ! at Dalton's. H. E. Ray is spending the day in Memphis. May 1. Make a wish for bet ter weather. ivico mis o*- • • in Guntown. New line of Men's underwear at Graham's. Dr. C. M. Taylor is in Guys. Tenn., today. Take the child to the Theatc rium. Only 5c. They say it was the coldest April in 36 years. ... „ , >r , .... . Miss Sula Northcross is visiting in lrenton, Tenn. Farris Green of Verona is a l visitor here today. New line of watch fobs and bracelets at Payne's. Fresh bread and rolls baked daily at Stone's Bakerv. Tomato plants, 10 cents per dozen at the 10 cent store. Miss Ottie Tipler is spending the day in Pocahontas, Tenn. Zachary's cold soda knock the persimmon of popular flavor. Electric light globes at J. A. McAmis, hardware. Phone 239. Mrs. L. W. Worsham left this mcring for a visit to Norfolk, Va. Silver Laced Wyandott eggs for sale. M. T. Sharp. Phone [ 41. Sam A. Allen of I. C. Railroad is spending a few days in the city. Mrs. Kate Bynum left last night for a visit to Chattanooga, Tenn. White and grey canvas slip pers for men and ladies at Gra ham's Everything in the jewelry line al Payne's. Quality always guar anteed. W. M. Riddle and family of Texas are guests of relatives in the city. Pois de Soie, Batiste, Swisses, Lawns and fancy plaid suitings at Graham's. Mrs. T. C. Brown and children, of Grenada, are visiting relatives in the city. Now for May day picnics and ice cream; white dresses and iow necked shoes. H. G. Buckner of Iuka was among the out of town guests in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bill left a few days ago for Grenada where they will reside. « Lester Woodall of Woodville, Ala., was in the city today en route to Memphis. Mrs. Lee Huggins, after a visit in the city, has returned to her home in Ramer, Tenn. Mrs. Annie Bynum after a visit ! to relatives and friends returned this morning to Booneville. For prompt service in cleaning and pressing call 312-2. Corinth Pressing Co. Log Cabin Maple syiup, any quanity. We have it in bulk. T. J. Sharp & Son, Hoadley 's ice cream makes good always and every where. J. W. Zachary, Agt. Pine Apples, Beans, Cabbage, Peas, and new Irish Potatoes. T. J. Sharp & Son. Place your orders for groceries j with Redding & Ledbetter. You j will always get the best. Phone 81. lw . The waters in the streams and I low lands in this county were j about as high as ever seen yes- j terday. Rev. H. M. Sydenstricker of j West Point was in the city this j morning enroute from North j Carolina. The water tank building crew for the new line of I. C. Railroad have arrived in tne city and will be ready to begin work next week. PASTURAGE. Onx - pasture of over 700 acres, good pool and running water, fine shade and good grass, will he open April 1. Horses $1.00 ; cows. 50c. a month. E. C. & .Toff Sharp, Phone 53 . HUSBANDS Do you let your wives help y° u save your hard-earned money? If not, start now by hav *og her to buy her grocer ies at Stovall's Temples of H-ooHomy. We Save You Money VW f' « 7 ^ Give You tile Best ^ , Groceries You will find it a help to get your wife one of our coupon ! W, C Stovall THE WEATHER. Temperature at 6 a. m.- 46. .Cloudy. Partly cloudy tonight.! Cooler in east and extreme south ! portion. Thursday fair, warmer. ! Ladies and men's summer hose I ! at C. S Graham's. Dainty dress pin sets and hair barrettes at Payne's. Chocolate Cream. 5c. Try it at H. M. McAmis Drug Co, For the celebrated "supreme" flour call on Turner & Weob. i Race War In School. Pittsburg, Pa., May 1.—A race war Is on in the high school at Oakdale, 15 miles from here, because Ray Wool j a negro member of the graduating class, making the highest percentage, has been named valedictorian. The other graduates, all white, announce that they will not take part. The fac ulty is standing pat. Refrigerator -Realization Imagine tbe very best kind of a refrig erator-one that is economical in ice and one that is always sweet and clean with a pure, absolutely dry atmosphere. Imagine one in which all kinds of foods ly be kept without absorbing and you'll lind its realization in odors— The Odorless The Refrigerator that Breathes In the natural change instantly going on in all foods—gases :md foui odors are freed. Unless these gases and odors are carried away, they will attack other foods—hastening their decay and tainting them. The only refrigerator that does carry them off The Odorless, the Refrigerator that Breathes. As soon as the foulness appears—a chilled pure current of air breathed in from the ice chamber whisks them up to an exhaust vent and forces them out. Nothing remains in the food compart ment but pure, chilled dry air, tnat con no odor or moisttirc and keeps your food for days longer than the ordinary refrigerator. You will want t .! i of these wonderful food-saving refrigerators as soon as you • see them. Come in and examine them and re ceive a copy of the booklet, "A Woman's Idea;" it's free, and it describes the discovery of the Réfrigérai-; Breathes and how it saves enough in the ice and s to pay for itself in one season. They are made with solid oak cases, highly polished and lined with either Seamless Porcelain, White Enamel It will pay you to see the Odorless. They are moderately priced, too. that Zinc. .. —.. /V" " Iff » Little Orders [f S rv-r mmi in now. co. Get the same attention from The Corinthian printers as the big ones. New type, new ideas, new stock and clean, neat work is what our customers get. ALWAYS GGOD PRINTING HERE Accuracy Purity SPECIALTIES Dennison's Crepe Paper, Lunch Sets, Doylies, Paper Napkins. Tally Cards, Program Pencils. —7z==AI 1 Colors and Designs in Crepe Paper? - - ! H. M. McAMIS DRUG CO. Quality No Substitution Ladies' Ready - To - Wear Department ! ! THE NEW SPRING STYLES I ! i LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SKIRTS $ 8.00 Ladlos' Tailor-Made Stylish Skirls Ladies' sunburst Shep herd plaid silk skirt.. ! Ladi-s'silk jumoar suits; Shep er plaid; 12.59 to.. $20 Black, blue and gray Voille, 6, 0, 8 and 10.00 Ladies'silk jumper suits; C'lft black and brown; 12.59... < 4 ? frill Sol H. Robinson r Let Us Show You! That we can save you money on Fuiv niture and Undertaking Goods A complete stock in both branches of the business. A» A* Bynum Furniture <§*> Undertaking Company J Corinth Engine & Boiier Works Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers and Saw Mill Machinery Dealers in lY.acliienry Supplies, Gins, Presses and Pumps. .. Repair Work a Specialty .. CORINTH. MISSISSIPPI. • POTTS & PERKINS CO. Livery, Feed and Sales Stables Successors to the Burgess Livery Business. Opposite Court House cAre prepared to serve the public with the best vehicles aud teams and guarantees satisfaction. See them before you buy a wagon, buggy or any vehicle, as they are con stantly receiving new goods and can save you money. r YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE WILL BE EXACTLY WHAT YOU MAKE IT! What you do now in the way of saving j is sure to determine what the future will ! bring you. ; Â Few Lots Purchased Now In RED BAY, ALA., Is the best bank account you can open Your deposit account will be sure to pay you from 100 to 500 per cent in 3 to 5 years. Isn't this good enough? 7 I RED BAY Is' on the new Illinois Central Birmingham line, half way from Jackson, Tenn., to Birmingham. Lots in this new town now on sale on terms to suit purchas er. Get in quick and start your future savings account I 1 RED BAY TOWNSITE CO., M'COMB CITY, MISS. or, at Waldron Hotel, Corinth.