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IHL CORINTHIAN Issued Daily and Weekly KLYCE « BISHOP - J. C. Bishop E. 0. Klyce - - Editor« and Proprietors SUBSCRIPTION ...40c a month ». .40c a month ...11.00 a year Daily, by'Carrier Daily, by Mail... Weekly, by Mail Entered at Corinth Postoffice as Second Cl a«« Mail Matter. OFFICE: New Stantonville Building (South of Court House) BOTH PHONES 222 THE DAILY CORINTHIAN Published Every Day Except Sunday. THE WEEKLY CORINTHIAN Published Every*Thursday No objectionable advertisements inserted. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25, 1915. It just does out; heart good to of the great crops See the reports with this country is being blessed this year—the greatest in the his tory* of the world. Our people from every point of the compass have been passing through a pe riod of depression which in al most any other have resulted in a panic, but the American people have just gritted their teeth front with redoubled, energy and determination. * ■ country would and forged to the The spirit of "1 to have been Will" just sçcnis planted in every breast, with the happy result that prosperity on a recoul breaking be our heritage, j mighty good feel, ! with our will soon P«/* crops It gives ns a and we pass it on to t on. . L : 'Relief for the railroads" has tiie day and the interstate won commerce commission has grant > of them an increase in Now come along with a eu sonn rates. little "relief for tiie editors" and weTl admit that you have some gizzard after all. Don't make the mistake of tel ling your wife her wrinkles are the dimples of second childhood. You'll add insult to injury, and injury to insult, and scramble em Dot h up into a general mess all j i around. _ __ Just as an experiment, suppose you give a happy cheerful greeting to every per son yon meet tomorrow ^ and by night you will need corroborating evidence of your own identity. smile and a To become a modern woman is j the world. the easiest thing in just garb yourself in a yard or j of nothing add smear on other layer of paint and you will pass muster in the highest of high an so society. "some i A writer tells us that > so anxious to be driven ! men art to drink that they phone' for a taxi." Wrong they don't even again, old top; wait for the taxi. mind the imperfections Tf you correct your own you will be doing all the community expects of you. A man once told ns that no wo man could ever make a tool of him, but he was the town fool | and the woman was not needed. The man who appears to be get ting the best of the war is the Austrian archduke who was kill ed befere it commenced. An efficacious method of pre venting your wife from going through your pockets is to give her a nickel occasionally. Never of your neighbor. ! gi U K lli^^ FURNITURE ADVICE lliHlilillilill s m Buy your Furniture NoW. i « I g ' Si g, il j B! Si4, Buy it êçofioD^cà% Buy it % XJ> it U8. We guarantee the quality of.every piece we sell. . A T When you buy from us yi wisdom Of economy to a sde It is easy to buy &(Hn us Y ie T rut i. VÄ we mm ■ 'M •V , A -V* W&mg. < > j ■if : Ä| ; Ml -•J ■ ■ *m - c-y.' «T" g %+ M •% A 7 / RESOLVED „ TflAT 'tsy "WILL Bö PLEASED vith^ WHAT You Buy FROM US. NOT ONLY THE î| QUALITY BUT THE PRICE. VE KNQV J IT IS RICÎHT. '3 A i J w s u ■i *** es If we didn't think we could please you with our goad staple and fancy froceries, we wouldn't ask you to come at all. ^ We are only trying to get you in our store the first time. Wo will please you, so you will come back to us. If we don't make , good we may as well close our store. We want your regular custom, and we are going to please you so we can keep it. Our MEATS will please you. So will our prices. ■ ROYAL GROCERY COMPANY BOTH PHONES—FOUR LINES: 12S and 365. Don't Have Malaria t Cleanse Your Blood L Malaria is a Blood Disease - That Saps Your Strength flushes, the terrible tired-feeling and i ac jj 0 f energy. All this points with unwavering certainty to bad blood. Authorities agree that *the Malarial germ infects the blood. The one treat You can tell this "from the yellow complexion, the wasted body, sunken eyes, the dull headache, the fever just slide down to Mexico and! touch a match to old Carranzi'sj whiskers we may eventually ex- j tract, a little peace from our • neighbor to the south. j -——j No, Secretary Daniels has not rounded up all of the brains of, the country for his advisory j board. John D. is still at large. j . . - . ! When a celebrity and a waiter , both wear dress suits you caij us-j ually tell the waiter by his unaf- 1 fected horse sense. —-- I "A girl of sixteen accepts love,ought and a woman of thirty invites it " I says a wit. And the old maid of forty grabs it. . On the second Sunday m Sep tomber, there will be a Christian Harmony Singing at MarVin church. All lovers of the songs dear to one's heart cordially in vited to be there. Singing all day, and dinner on the ground. j Everyone is invited to attend and carry lunch. . i HARMONY SINGING AT MARVIN, SUNDAY, SEPT. 12 ! j Goddess" — Air < i Tomorrow dome. * ment that has proven quickly effec tive for Malaria is S. S. S. In a few minutes after taking, it is at work in every artery and vein. It is a direct antidote for Malaria poison. It will destroy the germ, wash out the impurities. In a short time after this blood cleansfüg process, you will know the difference. You will feel a delicious sense of relief from Ague. Energy returns, nerves are steadied, you feel the pulsating vigor of perfect health. Drugs won't give this relief. You must cleanse your blood—you must take S. S. S. Get it at your druggist's, take it for all blood affections—itching burning skin, Eczema, Scrofula. Yours may be a special case—if you think so, write to the S. S. S. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for free medical advice. FOR SEASON TO OPEN Enthusiastic 'possum hunters j 0 f this city are anxious]; waiting • f or the season to open, v ner* y*Yy j w \\\ en ter into the sport with sév- eral weeks of livlihoed to follow. jt will Mot be long now until p os gnins will be j ti ie fellows have added to their j p ac k of hounds and promise their ! friends and themselves some fine, , rare S p 01 q the coining season, The im derbrush , snakes, and 1 mosquitoes have hindered these! [sportsmen this ■summer, and even I flshing has not been as good as it j love,ought to have been, but they are I looking forward to plenty of pos soms and quail this fall, ! Some of y y * ' ripe. I j j REVIVAL AT SOUTHSIDE BEING WELL ATTENDED!hut Rev. D. JI.'CogdeH, pastor •of the Southside Methodist church is |* conducting a series of sermons at! that church. This is the third dav of the revival and services are held twice eac) ; dav 11 a ... alK l, *. m . Each J^ ice h as been well '' ttendedj and Rev . Co gdell j s preaching some very practical a J h teres f ing ser mons. i The public is extended a cordial ^ ^invitation to attend: The revival ! will probably continue through j next week. •ST ! Miss Yassie Ledbetter of Che walla, Tenn., Mrs. Cora H. Platt of Meridian, and Miss Ruby Sur ratt of Huntsville, Ala., were among the out-of-town visitors in Corinth yésterday, while shop ping, ^ jin REAPING BENEFIT V From the of Corinth « I We are* fortunate indeed be able to, profit by the exp of out neighbors.; The fpâfôic nptr Iterances of Corinth residents bn S!the following subject wilKinter est and benefit.many of our read ers. Read this statement. No better proof can be had. j J. R. P. Cameron, Supt. of the Adams Machine Co., R. F. D. No. Si4, Corinth, nays: had a dull regular e I action of my believe, ; by m and ÿ Kid. of these' no gg A ■ ÿm ¥■ ?*«r *•> . ' [ding that has ; The* school s -—p, - , f Agricultural High School at Kos suth, is practically completed, iand a meeting of the board of ! trustees of the institution will be I called Within the next few days [to make final preparations for the beginning of the school term of 1915-11, which wlil be on Tues day, Aug. 31. % _ The trustees have obtained a corps of splendid teachers and the patrons qf the school are looking forward to one of the test schools ever held in Kossuth. A splendid enrollment is expected, and the teachers are setting forth some very good rules to be adhered to dining the coining term. I DÔÏNCS OP THE COUNT? SCHOOL BOARD At the final meeting of the County School Board, it was agreed that all rural schools begin the second Monday, or the 8th of November. A petition for a new school was submitted from patrons of the second district, but it was not granted. There tion to re-establish-the Normal School, which was rejected. A petition to organize a sepa rate school district to be known the West Corinth School was tabled, and the school will be op erated as formerly. The board adopted a new list of school districts in the county, ! showing the territory included in i each district. The new list shows 57 white schools and 16 negro J schools. , on was also T peti as INSURANCE RATE ON PAR PEL POST PKGS.. REDUCED Postmaster M. A. Candler has received notification from the parcel po$t department that, ef fective Wednesday, September 1, all fourth class mail not register ed can be insured to the amount equivalent to their actual value, as follows : ^$5 for a fee of 3 cents from $5 to $25 for a fee of 5 cents; from $25 to $50 for a fee of 10 cents; from $50.to $100 for a fee of 25 cents, in addition to postage. This is a great help to parcel post senders, as heretofore insnr a oe e c ould he h ad o nly o n p ac k - ageg worth $5 to $10 for a fee of 5 cents and" from $10 to $25 for a fee of 10 cents. ' j CORINTH BOY WRITES LETTER FROM HAYTI The following interesting com munication addressed to Mr. apd Mrs. J. Jr. Suratt, from their el dest son, Fred, who is now sta tioned in Hayti with the naval forces, will be read with interest by his many Corinth friends and acquaintances. The letter . fol ! lows : Port An Prince, Hayti, August 8, 1915. I Dear Mama and Pap A : j We landed here about two j weeks ago. We had a little ex jeitement the first couple of days, since the Jason brought 100 ™ ali, !f ? nd the Connecticut 450, |* he . «ty/s completely under con troL „ Y lost n ™ V 1 ™ b >' . s "'" P ers , the se ?. oöd m ? ht ' but ! l e people^ are. disarmed now. We l, have taken thelr fort > A, ' sollal > f. U their and ««»monition, so ,he - v can ' do nmch lf the - v want .. T1 ' ese ,P eo P la . kdied tke,r J res ; an f cu ^ his head off and put ^his heart on a bayonet and drag ged him around town, t We are going to hold an elec tion for them to decide who will be president, and I suppose the United States will see that he re to. mams in. I like it fine asKore here. . I j have marched practically all over ! town and it is a very niee place j jin places, I don^t think there is) much danger sinte they have disarmed. We Imve about thirty five x machine guns; each shoots 450 shots am mute, and I pifv r the bnnch of Haitians that gets in front of them. Most of these ma rines were lit Vera Cruz and they l the situation perfect - FYom "Fred." been ■ ■■■■a, ■ iiiini.Luu UNGLAMED ^ETTERS List of unclaimed letters re* maining in Corinth, Miss., Post office at Corinth., Miss., for the week ending Aug. 21, 1915 : .. Cockerham, Spencer; Cook, Mrs. Ollm : Crewell, Miss Callie; ■a— )eberry, ; Dunks. Will; Ginson Tan Jackson, Vannie; Palo, Mra. Miss Mamie ty M - L : 1. m mm —' --v ■% m 7 -' : T7 '& '' %k ?&3gjÉ* & - 4jCt«g » y}?#'. ! . # m Wholesale Grocers To the Merchant Trade: Solicits y opr business on basis of good VALUES at fair prices with efficient service. .' / We sell infallible Flour ! i J The Positively Best Made \ 7/ For Plumbing and Awnings Phone 423, Office; 519, Residence WE DO IT RIGHT! RUSSELL PLUMBING CO. I >« tr m APPLY CANTHARIDES AND SULPHUR TO GRAY HAIR - ! Will Darken Gray, Streaked or j | j Worry, hard work, sickness and inherited tendencies cause the hair to turn gray (frequently ' prematurely), streaked with gray, and faded or dry, brittle and fall- ■ ipg, sometimes by handfulls. The, scalp itches and is covered with j dandruff. "Q-Ban" which is a j simple combination of sulphur and canthariles mixed with a few j other simple drugs, and applied ! to the hair and scalp night and! morning will prove a revelation | in dakening and restoring gray | Faded Hair Over Night, Stop » Dandruff and Itching Scalp. Corinth Drug Company PATRONIZE THOSE WHO INVITE YOU BY ADVERTISING > NflTIPF- ^ ave °P ene( l a General NU 11 vCa Blacksmithing business in the McCann old Blacksmith Shop, on South Fil more street and are in position to take care of your needs along that line. Our wood working department is complete in every detail. Satisfaction guaranteed. Try us. Horseshoeing a Specialty. ^=Hallicote^^ Horseshoeing Company j ! j \ -^ -r limit) t J YES, IT'S HOT! ijhislsthe Coolest Place in Town a COME IN AND GET COOL / LIT THIS WEEK— mû >- ■ r \ W >■ mm %; m V; mm te w&Ê. ■ ■ - ; W p? ! hair to original color, beauty and true hair health. No one can de jtect, not even a hair dresser, that j anything has darkened and res | tored your gray hair to original j color, as "Q-Ban" does it as na turàlly and evenly. Simply rub this delightful liquid on the hair and scalp before retiring and on rising in the morning. Then the ■ gray disappears and several oth er applications of "Q-Ban" will j fliakp the hair glossy, fluffy and j beautiful. The dandruff and itch jing stop and the hair becomes j thick and strong and full of life, ! Corinth Drug Co., can supply you with "Q-Ban" and they should | not charge you over 50c for a | large sized bottle.