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y. * CORINTH BANK & TRUST CO. May 26, 1914 and May 26, 1915 1915 Resources 1914 Resources $365,125.33 6,980.16 15.000. 00 25.000. 00 9.000. 00 6-190.36 1 . 000 . 00 55.835.82 22,364.99 Loans and Discounts . Overdrafts (Loans on Cotton).. Office Building . Other Real Estate . Stocks and Bonds . County Warrants . Guaranfy Fund with State Treas. Due Us by Other Banks . Cash on Hand ...... $427,386.65 31,402.32 12,155.88 51,800.42 2,580.08 43,004.96 , 23,932.62 Loans and Discounts. Overdrafts (Loans on Cotton).. Office Building . Other Real Estate . County Warrants . Due Us by Other Banks. Cash on Hand . $592,262.93 $506,496.66 Liabilities Liabilities $100,000.00 31,500.00 ,.$100,000.00 Capital Stock Surplus . - 45,000.00 j î xjndivided Profits ..$ 5,892.92 . 8,982.49 Capital Stock . Surplus . Undivided Profits ... Individual Deposits . Certificates of Deposot Bills Payable . Rediscounts . ; Reserved for Int.... 1,200.00 279,793?.78 Reserved for Taxes. 1,600.00 ! Individual Deposits . Certificates of Deposit. Bills Payable Rediscounts 8,692.92 297,129.83 64,173.91 None 5,000.00 61,412.79 82,000.00 M 15,073.87 *• $506,496.66 $592,262.93 c411 Deposits in this Bank are now Guaranteed by' the Bank Depositors Guaranty Fund of the State §f (^Mississippi * LOCAL AND PERSONAL • , e Today—Alias Jimmy Valentine , •—Gem. Today Gem. Robert Warwick — ; ! For up-to-date carpenter work, eall 200 Stantonville phone. i Tyson McGee of Tupelo, is a business visitor in the city today, see a line of Summer Come Shirts that no man can resist. Abe j Rubel & Co. ; James Gish has the Veraline Voiles in stripes, also a line of fancy silk voiles. We send for, clean, repair, alter, press and return clothes, either phone 141. sing Co. Call Corinth Pres RED LETTER EVENTS OE THE REDPATH GHAUTAUQUA p o % co c Ù ooQ* * »*' H" t'*> H '' H"H '* * * * *»**Qoo OPENING NIGHT Tahan," in Indian costume, presenting his thrilling life story, u What I Saw and Did »» Savage. (i as a CHILDREN'S NIGHT Taber and assistants in a program of fun, magic and mystery. BAND DAY Jaroslav Cimera and his great concert band in both afternoon and evening programs. GRAND OPERA DAY The Kellogg-Haines Singing Party in elaborate costumes, pre senting a complete opera; also the "Songs of the Sixties. »* BEDE DAY A great lecture by Hon. J. Adam Bede, for eight years Con c H é ; + «ti tefÄf'Ä j 1-S&4 y v 'ri' 1 -«. ^ JF; ■ _> MM t. -y ■ m Mm mm ' • . : &ß&. MM. r i sm mm mk '- XL Today — Robert Warwick —I •.Gem. Mrs. Virgil Dee, of Cypress, , Tenn., was in the city yesterday afternoon shopping. , E. A. Herron and Wm. T. Wal ler of Trenton, Tenn., are among the visitors here today. ; ! Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Gray of Mendon, 111., are among the out i of-town visitors in Corinth. You will find a beautiful line of white voiles also the ^^ite ^eed voile. James Gish. new i j Pa i m Beach Suits cleaned and ; pressed the right way. Both phones No. 6. City Pressing Club. Mrs. A. L. Johnsey and child ren returned yesterday afternoon from a few days' visit in Hous ton, where she has been visiting her father, T. L. Bramlitt and family. Today—Alias Jimmy Valentine Gem. 1 j The finger of fashion is point \ ing you to Rubel's for your straw hat. We've a right hat for every man. Miss Helen Weaver left yester day afternoon for Nashville, Ten nessee, to spend the vacation with Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Weaver. Mrs. Geo. Hall, of Riverton, Ala -> win be welcomed by her nu merous friends to spend a few days with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Hall will visit in the home of her father, J. P. Holts ford. Lloyd Graham, who has been attending the A. & M. College at Starkville, arrived home yester day afternoon to spend the vaca tion in Corinth, a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G 1 . S. Gra ham. ■■ - . : y c*. •>• iS' - gSgPg ■ Doyle 1 returned yesterday from an ev ; Tensive auto trip. They left here ! on Wednesday afternoon for I Burnsville, and Tuscumbia and Î Florence, Ala., accompanying ! party from Florida and Grand I Junction, Tenn., who were in ; search of a white man wanted in ! Florida for an alleged crime. The I party left Corinth at 3 o'clock in I the afternoon, reaching Tuscum bia about 9 o'clock the same night, drove through the country all night, and went to Florence, leaving that place yesterday at 1 o'clock. They made pretty good speed and lost no time in making the country in that part of Al abama. a TEACHERS WILL SPEND VACATION AT HOME Corinth regrets the departure of the teachers who live out of town to spend the summer vaca tion. There are several who re side at other points in the state, who will be leaving after tonight, the closing of the commencement exercises. Some of them will re main over Sunday, while others will leave immediately for their respective homes. SIXTH GRADE PUPILS ENJOYING PICNIC TODAY The sixth grade, chaperoned by their teacher, Miss Willie Keis ter, are enjoying a picnic today in the woodlands near the home of Miss Keister, in the extreme northeastern portion of the city. Quite a large number of young sters are participating in the out ing, an enjoyable lunch at noon, and this afternoon indulged in play and roaming through the woods. SUFFERS PECULIAR ATTACK OF ILLNESS Dock Hembree suffered a se vere attack yesterday afternoon similar to meningitis. He was up town about 4 o'clock, and stand ing in front of the court house, felt the approach of the attack, occasioning considerable pain at the back of his head and along the spinal column. His limbs be gan to jerk and he lost control of himself, being unable to move. He was carried home, and while to day he states that he still feels the effect of the attack, he is able to be up. Mrs. A. L. Gurley of Chewalla, Tenn., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Sealley, west of Corinth. The many friends of Matt Byrd will be glad to know that he is better today. Mr. Byrd has been very ill for the past few days at iis home northeast of the city. W. S. Ray of Idabell, Ökla., is a guest of his cousin, C. D. Ray and family on Jackson street. Mr. Ray will also visit his cousin, Z. H. Ray, east of Selmer, Tenn. I am giving votes for the Pan ama Exposition. There are a number of other mercÄnts doing the same thing. Unfortunately each has a different system. This is mine, and there will be no de viation from it. I most positively will not be partial to any custom er or contestant. My votes are strictly one vote for each penny —CASH transaction. This does not apply to credit in any sense of the word—it means cash, now, and the votes must be called foi* at the time of the transaction. Ask for your votes. E. F. WAITS. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by, constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by inflamed condition of the mu cous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condi tipn, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condi tion of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall'i Family fills 5 for constipation. i LET US DO THAT HEATING Î JOB WHILE MATERIAL IS CHEAP. SEE E* m 1 -a 536. I •• 'v'" &ß&. ■ i. ' | -ï&'H .'-3 ""Äa? sçg -"»a ■ >• . #re 4 -,. <■ : signed by 102 people, which re main at the B. M. C., still unre deemed. There are a few of these people who have left Cor inth, and unless they intend vis iting here within the next week or two, their pledges will not be called for. The majority of them live in Corinth, and signed for these tickets at the close of the Chautauqua last year. Besides those at the B. M. C., there are some in the hands of the guarantors, and will be delivered as rapidly as possible. When the Chautauqua arrhes all tickets will be sold for $2.50 for adults; a children's tickets $1. i \ « , .1 e Ao You can get them now for $2.' There are as many as seven tick- i b . . j « , • j. -j ets Signed for by some mdlVld- ! uals, and others have signed for} . ,, j _ fA . two or three, and some tor one. The guarantors are anxious « _. .3 ! that these pledges be called IOl j and each one secure their hum , a.* i _i* „a ber of tickèts at the earliest pos sible date. a THE WEATHER Mississippi—Partly cloudy to night and Saturday. Tennessee — Thunder showers this afternoon or tonight; cooler northwest portion ; Saturday probably fair. R. c. Battle and Geo. Nelson left this morning for Meridian to attend the state meeting of the Mystic Shrine in session there, s If You Eat, SHERBET Try Our Orange Corinth Drug Co BOTH PHONES 277 The Man's Shop I Spring is here now for good, so let us fit you from head to foot. EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE FOR MEN OUR TAILOR, C. W. McKERLEY can cut and fit your clothes in the house. Beginning today we will give 1000 Extra Votes ÿn the Panama Trip Contest on every suit of clothes bought from ns. Richey & Graham CLOTHES PRESSED WHILE YOU WAIT. -PHONE 325 il Li mliiliiiüiüimitiili Uiiliililii I Your Every Day Worries : . 1 Would Be More Without YOUR EVERY DAT DUTIES WOULD BE IN CREASED WITHOUT THE TELEPHONE. % Our sef^ice lightens your worries— and lightens your household and busi fipcQ rintipQ SERVICE FIRST has made our Service indispensible. • Stantonville Telephone Co. TELEPHONE BUILDING wm ■ .'-3 I ■ " ' . a way out i w-hat are blood Impurities? The: may be the hypersecretions found in tht mu cou8 linings of the body; they mal i b ® * cld accumulations known as rheui matlsm; they may be boils, pimples, ed ! *ema, acne and stubborn, indolent sored! But examined closely,, they are at .germs that have gotten the upper han| and It requires the flushing influence of s. s. s. to drive them out. And out the! ! go when S. S. S. begins to circulate if j blood. It only requires five minute! to begin this influence, for it is a fact that in this limited time S. S. S. may bf traced in the urine, in the perspiration! in the effloresence from the lungs td show that it is at work. Germs, mln<| you, are of various kinds, but all ar foreign to health and S. S. S. is no ret specter of destructive germs, it drive| them all out, of whatsoever name they go by. Just get a bottle of S. S. S. ofc any druggist and soon you will observe a decided change. And If yours is J stubborn case, write to the Medical Ad viser, care of The Swift Specific Co.. 10| Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. He is a régula 4 physician, proud of his name by virtue of his distinguished family and is recogl nized as a foremost physician oil iua own merit. of Rwnedy Thai Works Wonder«. Jrl Û ( L. G. Pape of Memphis, is tran8-| acting business here today.