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ALL THE WAY FEOM _
CORINTH AND RETURN
Every Monday morning about
twenty-five of nature's noblemen
who come under the entitlement
of traveling men, fare forth from
Corinth and scatter about over
the state, returning home to
"roost" the latter part cf the
week.
Their trip, many of them, will
be made brief this week, return
ing home before Saturday, com
ing tomorrow in time to east their
ballot at the second primary.
When they come, they bring
rich and rare, strange, extraor
dinary, peculiar and thrilling
things
ing the week.
t h< se
and gems of thought or purest
ray serene from being unknown,
unhonorcd and unsung, that this
column is devoted.
- Some of the Sir
that have transpired dur
it is to prevent
pearly words of wisdom
Knights did j
not leave today, but will go after j
ihr v—vote tomorrow for " their j
lii.-m in the n--X' returning pvob- L
ei.lv to vet (he n turns, and will !
„ on Wednesday. _ -
Among those leaving for points
south today were II. 0. Caffey,
:jp.s things, but
; anvthing else';
and J. V. By
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trave-ling for the
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through
territory, and J.
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A. C. Smith,
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o f the I d; ss i g-E llis 1 >r u g | \
present is enjoy-j
s vacation in the
P
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i 'o.,
ing a few
mount
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(if
• ; of North Carolina, is!
faith Bus, and makes i
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his trip regularly every week to'
i'> ■ iis in the Corinth territory.
recently' re- ; *
turn i from a trip through
territory, and In* doesn't get stop-'
pe l until it is Monday again and
stai ting time. lie ig* able,Hiovv- ; !
ever, to^ meet Hie demand and it ;
with the I
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F. F. Shores, wh
always
"there
is
goods.
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G ree.n v Bros. & North cross of
ten nave three or more salesmen
out at a time, and they are among
the best sellers in the territory.
Alien Robinson left this morn
ing for points soufli to remain a
few days on his tour.
The Ike Rubel Co., always in a
good humor to please their pat
rons, send their representatives
out with regularity and dispatch.
M. Aleckienberger. of the Ike
Rubel Co., also Ed Heilbronner,
are among the busy traveling
mep of Corinth; so are Taylor
Sanders, J. F. Webb, R. T. Adams
and Hugh Ledbetter.
There are several insurance
in Corinth who make this
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up
headquarters, but who make
regular trips with
and return with t
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Mrs. Dora Brannon spent thé
Week-end with /relatives in Beth
el, Tenn. ' *
Mrs. J. A. Raymond has re
turned from a few days' visit in
Alabama.
* L. C. Steele of Daneey, Ala., is
among the out-of-town visitors in
Corhf&h.
Miss Artie Flannagan returned
this morning from a visit in Ra
mer, Tenn. ^
Miss Sudie Hamilton has re
turned from a few days' visit in
Booneville.
to
Mrs. AY. S. Whitehurst and son
left Saturday afternoon to visit
in Memphis.
S. K. Pope of Pittsburg Land
ing, Tenu., was a visitor in the
city Sunday.
Mrs, G. W. Bynum left today
j to be the guest of Mrs. F. T. Car
j mac k at luka Springs.
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L . Mrs - « ud <3au ë hte . r >
! Ml f K « th ' of Ki<mzi were week
- vislt0, ' s >» Conuth -
Miss Addie Davis left Sunday
for Columbus, where she will visit
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Brown.
Mrs. M. R. St rip] in is spending
a few days with her aunt,-Mrs.
F. S. Elgin, in Memphis.
W. L. Guthrie came up from
doors Sjmr Saturday afternoon
in Corintlr.

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1 to spend Sunday
Percy Culpepper of Meridian,
is spending a few days in Corinth
a guest of Mis Elia Holloman.
Miss Katie Patterson of "Jack
son, Tenn.,
city, a guest of -Miss Alice Boyd.
Misses Lucille and Velma
berth of Charleston, are guests
of their aunt, Mrs. A. J. Modlin.
Mrs. T. M. Hurley and daugh
ter, Miss Pearl, have returned
from a \jMt in Russellville, Ala.
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t Sunday iii the
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Younger, who lias
been Mailing in Corinth, left Sat
erday for her home in Memphis.
Miriam Sherrod of Court
visited in the city to
rn route home from Colum
Miv.
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j day,
jwith iota
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bus.
Mrs. Anderson Burnsides and
child'*-n i v. spending the week
in Essary Springs,
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eiîTiessec.
5V. Covington of
onn., spent tlie week
; end in Corinth, en route to Elor
I once, Ala.
P; Edith Nichols, who lias
the guest of her brother, C.
in i;-hols, has returned to her
in Obion, Tenu.
ie Goar of Birming
who lies been visiting
-s Nelle and Mattie Nelson,
il is morning for Tupelo.
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31rs. Cecil Wade an 1 daughter,
mice, of Ripley, returned home
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me s mother, 3Irs. J. a
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31. Byrnes-and da
Fdla, left this month
13lobile
nelder, 3 1 iss
g to visit in
and Coden, Ala.. Gulfport,
lexi and other points on the
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I sage
Raeieft Sat
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or.
Dr. K. F.
any
i afterno.Aii in response to a mes
fnou »eilig the illness of
Amanda McRae,
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55 r ells of clemphis
arrived in the city Saturday af
iUenoor. to visit in the home
Hr. and .V es. R. D. Hynemah on
Jameson street.
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is! ^ [r s. N BE llurd and daughter,
i ^iss Florence, and 31 rs. Willie
I Little of Dyersburg
3Iis. Lou Burns of Gravel Hill,
are guests oi Mrs. J. T.
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hisjVTterson.
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.
Mrs. F.. F. Curry and little
lighter, Rosa, of Aleniphis, who
jliave been guests in the home of
'Mr. and Mis. AY. T. Shelton, left
lv>
iSaterduy to spend a few- days in
;
Bethel, Tenu., before* returning
home.
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J. R. Taylor, who has been vis
iiing Iris wife's parents; 31r. and
3Irs. AY. R. Boone, left yesterday
for Kem.ctt, Mo., whore he will
be emp oyed. 31rs. Taylor will
* remain here for some time before
joining her husband.
Tired, Aching Muscles Relieved.
H ard work, over-exertion,
vvean stiff sore mtiscles Sloan s
Liniment bghtly applied, a little
quiet,and your soreness disap
pears like magic. Nothing ever
helped like your Sloans Lini
ment. 1 can never thank you
enough,writes one grateful
user. Stops suffering, aches and
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ville*, was a b
Rienzï this week.
Misses Irene and
after spending, sev
returned to their home last week.
Misses Viola Riddle and Ella
Crawford, of Red Bay, Ada., were
the guests of Mrs. Robt. Perry
last week.
> Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Green at
tended the funeral services of the
ate Mrs. Shaw, at Red Bay, Ala.,
last week.
The Christian meeting will be
gin on the 5th Sunday in this
month. Every one is invited to
attend this meeting.
Mrs. B. P. Fullilove was a vis
itor in Booneville Saturday.
Mrs. J. A. Norris visited in
Booneville Saturdav.
.1. M. Broke and son Will, of
Crystal Springs are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. John Droke.
Mrs. Jack Yanstory was cal
led to Corinth Friday to attend
the bedside of her father Mr. A.
P. C. Hembree, who was criti
cally ill and he only lived a few
hours after Mrs. YanStory's ar
rival in Corinth.
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Elizâh et h Kell o gg,
spending several months in
phur, Okla.. and visiting
ent points in the North, is at
homo to visit for two months and
then she will return to Sulphur
to teach this winter.
Miss Mvra Kellogg is visiting
relatives in Jackson, Tenu.
The bniigmd given by. the Mod
ern Woocftrien on last Tuesday
■Vi ijing was tpiite a social event
despite the rainy night. There
was about thirty present. The
hall was a beautiful scene of
green and white, and after the
regular meeting the ladies were
called in from the other room and
were served with the mist deli
Mi;
cions ices -^ù l cake, after which
each Went their way saying they
had spent a most enjoyable even
Re porter.
mg.
Local weathef prophets are
looking for 'a rather late fall.
They point out that this is the
24th day oi August, and that
frost is not due for some sixty
days after the first fog in August,
and as this fog has not yet ap
neored, frost is going to be rather
late.
,
F MC ÏJ RIOWDAY'S DAILY.
Profs. C. E. Co&skt and
Byrd of Walnut, are an
of-town visitois in
Mr. and 3Irs. NoribaR
ve returned from a
visit with relatives end fikcsMIiMn
Rienzi.
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Lid( Jojdin of Memphis,
ho has been visiting her sister,
. Borroum, has. return- f
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ed home.
3hs. Minnie Davis and daugh
ter, Miss Mary Glen, of Boone
viile. arrived Saturday afternoon
to visit 31 is. Davis' sister, 3Irs.
Della Frazier.
,
3 lisses Mabel Braden and Ruby
B: Kinney of Hnidersen, Tenn.,
been guests of friend
who
in Corinth the past several days,
left Saturday afternoon on their
Return home.
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Ir. and 31 rs. R. G. Pegg of Pjn
, Tenn., passed through Cor
inth today, en route to Rogers
Bpriugs, accompanying the re
mains ol their 2-year old son
whose body will be interred at
Rogers Springs.
Carrington S. Gookin, en route
from the Los Angeles Typograph
ical Convention, is-.visiting in the
city, a guest in the home of his
kinsman, ('has. Gookin, and other
relatives. Mr. Gookin resides in
Rcanoke. 5'a.
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J. If. A> an low of Montgom ,
La., leaves this afternoon on his
return home, after spending a few
days with friends and relatives jn
this section. Mr. Wardlow is in
terested in the Natchez Oil & Gas
Do ■ nf GnlfaT Ln smd elutes that
i o., or t.oirax, na., ana stnns i.
they will begin drilling for oil m
the near future.
J. E. .Harrison of Tusciimhia,
Ala., spent the week-end with his
family 'here. 3h*. Harrison has
charge of the training stables at
the fair grounds in Tnscumbia,
and will superintend the racing
of the Colbert Coubty
gum gram
Fair this year.
^ R g Gavin tol . Pbst
s church> flecompallie d by
w ^f e an j S0I i, Withers, left
morning for-a weeks' stay
near Meridian, where they will
hé guesfs of relatives and friends,
During, their absence, Rev. Gavin
will conduct a revival at Union
church, near Meric
Gavin and son vrill
stives and friend
and 31 rs.
with rel
Yantley,
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were
at
the
Ala.,
be
this
to
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Mr.
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"Sited m the-citJT Sunday. • .
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. N . Creeps j.P len 2» vj^fed
m Corinth yesterday afternoon,
J. A. Atkins, of Trenton,'Tenn.,
was a bush ed visitor here
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Mrs. H. AYardlow left yester
day afternoon to visit relatives in
Selmer, Term.
Mrs. R. F. Coke of Wenasoga,
spent yesterday afternoon in the
city, shopping.
Mrs. A. A. MeWillie and son of
Tishomingo, were visitors in the
city yesterday. ~ v
V.
Atty. W.-L. Elledge. of Inka,
was transacting business in Cor
inth yesterday.
-C. —C—- Johnson, of luka, t rnns
acted business-in the city yester
day afternoon.
' J. Will Gray' of Selraer, Tenu.,
was among "he business visitors
in Corinth today.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Smith, of
Red Bay, Ala.,, are guests of Mr.
and Mies', d C. Daniel.
Sal
ITer
at
and
The
of
the
and
Mr. arid Mrs. Foot Plaxieo of
RusseH vil
Mr. and Mr
Mrs. Dow Sweat left vest or i r\
aftenreon te visit her sister. Mrs.
F taut Sweat in Falcon, Tenu.
Ala •
W. B. Rathe«.
are guests of
a
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3,1 rs. J. IMP. Cameron and son,
Le Roy, leave 'Wednesday morn
ing for a two weeks visit in Mem
phis.
,F. Ammons
and children are spending a few
days with relatives and friends
in SMmer. Tenn.
and Mrs.
Mr.
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T. S. Ozier and W. H. Owen, of
Henderson, Tenu., were among
the visitors in Corinth yesterday
while on business.
Mrs. G. W. Bynum" returned,
this inornitig from luka Springs,
where she has been the guest of
Mrs. F. T. Carmack.
. J. R. Gillian of Parkin,
Ala., was in the city yesterday
noon, en route home freer- a
visit in 3IeNairy county, Tenn.
Mis--. Janice Reiney, of Tulsa,
Okla., who is spending some time
! relatives here, left yesterday
afternoon to visit in Jackson,
Tenu.
are
the
that
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returned this morning from a de
li -dit ful stay cf the pastjfew days
with relatives at Wineliester,
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Jeff Dora Reynolds re
tm red this morning from Tisho
mingo, where she has been the
■t of her mother, 31 vs. Cleo
Reynolds.
Mi
wno is enjoying
and spending
wicii relatives and
friends in Booneville, arrived in
the city this morn nig to spend the
forenoon to cast his bi>Mot ip. t! el
! *'lection today.
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Hamm
his vacation per
severed da
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'3irs. Minnie Sanford, aeeem
paiiied by her daughter, 3liss
Leeta, of McAllister, Okla., ar
rived in Corinth on the noon
train Sunday to be Hie guest of
her cousin Jerry Phillips and
other relatives in the county.
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Phil, who have been guests of her
brother, S. 31. Nabors-and family
left today for Siliacaugn...
where tliev go to remain for somej!
,. T,,- * Br» u lir • „ t
time, Mrs. Ko well having-been
Ala..
elected matron of the agricuitur- j
al school at that place.
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F. A. Seward of Illinois,
* J-Cgrapanied by his w ife and son, j
among the out-of-town vis- j
itors spending,the greater partB'1
of the day here Monday, on a
prospecting tour of Aieorn caun- 1
fy. "They made a trip to Shiloh ;
Park vfhile here, visited Ft. RoV !
inette aud other points of interest.
besides taking a general visit j
r throughout the various districts.!
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Visitors to'be entertained^ in Cor
jn iffth during the summer are those
in- w ho are now guests in the Bynum
home on Webster street, who art*
, vfv m nrri(i ,l n v their
now King weicomea
m many friends here. Dr. J. T. By-!
m;m, son of 3Iaj. and Mrs. G. W. |
Lynum.ccompamed hy his deug.i
1" ve'^tve°d
MeDaiiiey, it^a^, " av ® ? rcn ea
in C'onnth to remam with rela-dian
tives and friends for several
«ays. _
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and Miss sAddie * Davis retailed
-last night from Cincihnatiand St.
.Louis, where they have been
to-«»Pending the past week while,
purchasing a line of fall and win
5 ter stock of millinery. 2 '
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The revival at Jerusalem,, about
eight miles east of Corinth,
closed last night, after a series of
splendid sermons delivered by
j Elder E. H. Broome, pastor of the
j Waldron St. Christian church,
of and Mr. and Mrs. Broome have
returned home,
Corinth has had her share of
"rain. Alcorn county is prosper
iug under splendid season. Crops
are thriving, corn and cotton are
doing better than they have done
I
of
in some time, and the people are
■rejoieipg over the blessings of
the past year, looking forward ti
to a bounteous yield, in cattle,
hogs and crops.
Miss Elizabeth Kilpatrick re*
turned yesterday from a pleasant
trip to points in the west. Dur
ing her absence, she spent some '
time at Epworth-bf-the-Sea whert
e made addresses at a summer,
session of Sunday School Conven
tion.
with her class at the First Metho•
list church Sunday morning and'
would be glad to greet every.
member.
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of
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will be
of
t-h
Kilpatrick
Miss
Nearly every locality in tt>o !
enth and west is suffeHns mor-e V
ns from the effect a of the ter-!
er h
iifie cyclone which-swept through 1
Texas and other states a few days j
go. Railroad traffic in manyihuu
points has been seriously inter- j
fered with on account of rain and
of
a
washouts ; property loss has been I
gr-:at, and while the loss of life!
O-uot reported, in any
cep? the immediate section
hurricane, it is disastrous a
places where the storm visited.
other ex-j
of the
t those
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of Board of Supervisors i
rv to Charge Road.
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Bee. 4395—"It shall no\ be
ful for any person to turn, alter,
or change any public road, un
less by order of 1he board of su
pervisors, under penalty of fifty '3
dollars for. each offense; and an j
old road shall not be obstructed jci
until the overseer shall certify to 1
that the
all respects fit for
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the board of supervisors
new road is in
travel."
.pH FLORAL CO. IN
STALLING HEATING I LA!
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The CVrintii Floral Co., is
linuing to make additions to theii
business,' and aie now busily on-i
gaged in installing a steam
ing plant for the aecouimoua
iion of their plants »during tb
winter
its est
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dishment in Corinth, has!
a wonderfully extensive
, ami the stock is constant
ly increasing to meet the demands.
Corinth can boast of one of the !
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largest and most up-to-date floral
companies in this section,'and is
also establish in
nous points in this surrounding I
community.
a.t va-|Vttl'
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agencies <
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3'on just can't get. along with
[out The Corinthian—-there's no ■
Letters from Corinth- 4
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ian readers at various points at-1
. , ., , ,, g 7 h. ,•
tests the truthfulness of tue as- p
sert ion. The latest one is from
lour former townsman, J. P. Hew- j
who * G.
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j sends the price of another year s |
j subscription with a note saying:
partB'1 let my subscription run out a
dew weeks ago, and thought- I
1 could get along without it, 1
; find I miss it more each week.'
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jÄij.SwI3SI^l- ALABAMA^ FAIR t
j / OAaAjljOG JÜST iSwUED
The Corinthian is in receipt of py
- the catalog jiist i maul by the ? Î is
s i ss ip p i_Alabama Fair' Associa
t j on containing the program and!
I)m !uu m "lisf of Uie fifth amnia! :
exhibition to be held at Meridian
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The Corinthian is authorized* 1
announce the following gentl
men for office specified, subject 1
thé Second Democratic
on the 24th of August, 19Ï&
For Supervisor
^ Second District
R. 0. HARRIS (For Re-elec
J. B. ROMINE
primaw
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Fifth District
£ B. COLEMAN (Re-electioil
J. H. COLLINS.
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Justice of Peace—Fourth Distri
JOHN COOK
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PROWI SATURDAY'S DAILY.
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R. J. Rom i ne made a business
I trip to Booneville today.
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•Mrs. Asa Lain and children are
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visiting relatives in Saltillo.
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W. G. Abernathy, of Woodland
is among the visitors here.
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Mrs. L. S. Wright is spending
the week-end in Adamsville,
nessee.
Ten
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Robt. Houston of Guys, Tenu
dsited friends in Corinth
, day afternoon.
vest er
Sirs. O. A. Smith of Staute
ville, Tenn., visited in the eit
terday afternoon^
Ilf
ves
Carroll Smith of Chcvhdla, T
nessee, transacted business h
yesterday afternoon.
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18 " ore 0,1 ons,n,w s toda - r -
AtIV. W. L. Elledge, of luka,
transacting business in Cor
irday afternoon.
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Mr.
and 3Ii-s. W. A. McCord
have returned from a few days'
visit with relatives near Rimizi.
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Mr. and 31 J. W. Rutland
Sand children, of Cherokee, Ala.
fare among the visitors in Corinth.
Mr
L. E. Donovan 1ms return
i her
in Mcm
led from
i f
i 1
ew days visit
Will Hamm,
3,11
i sister,
! nhis.
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id: Hill 1ms retunmd from
unhis, where he has 1
Cotton St a
Association.
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;• ' "'p who has been
itmsr her unclr.
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t oik tin
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i chants
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soil and daughter,
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ester
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1 ter hoch.
vi
M. F.
ly, has returned
Ammons
home.
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land fri
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Mis
Bailie I
, f* î i
i >oon avilie, *
afternoon 4
in Booneville, to re
le^st of Mrs. Mary Cui'lce.
me oi
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: returned
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ma in a »
;iGeo. Ilall an
< en gifrsts of
be*. J. I*, lloltsf«
lit for their home in.Riverton,
babv. who
Mrs."Ha Ils *
1, h»ft last *
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I iss Ellen Malone and C
sses Mice and Marcia, am
of Che i
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th
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isrer
nt yesterday afternoon*in
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I Ala.,
i Corinth.

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Mr. and Mrs. Will II« ndw
va-|Vttl' dought
gueshs of 31
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of Baird. I
Hen,si
family, west
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A
ms
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I of Corinth.
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Jlnrvb* of NislivV!
-bo has l.ecn visi
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i*g his
irris and family on
ft this morn
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Jackson and B<
j where they have been g
* G. A. Caffee and family.
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Cno
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g on ii ai return home.
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F *. 3'
ref um
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s of
| Gordon Y.
fount'
f , r
t Mrs.
jciyu.ren
py 10 V a t ve ^ . ,
Keazie s sister, Mrs. L. S.
lieft yesterday afternoon on thei|
ret '^ home.
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^^vfgoratlag to the Pale and
i Tbe cm standerf eeaerai stren^thenin!? tonic, .
. GROVK'S TASfEiESS chill tonic, dn .c , out
B-x.-.ria.er.richesthcbiood.ar.dbuiid-upti.*sys* .
a trne tonic. For «ijuita and children, ace
! a Cough Remedy that Relieves.
j+> s Dre nared from the healing
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n mixed in a nleasanD soothing
011 mXei ' 111 a P ' "
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Turner, who has
been the guests of
end friends in Corinlb -and
left last night on i\v re
turn, to Slemphis, win re he . re
! siding.
reîa ?ives
irri i
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and
Marshall MclCen
of Adamsville, Tenn.,
guests of 3Trs. 3Fe
Sickly
,
Cough Syrup called Dr. Bell's
Pine Tar Honey. Thousands have
benefited by its use—no need of
your enduring that annoying
cough or risking a dangerous
cold. Go to your dealer, ask for
a 25c original bottle Dr. Bell's
Pine Tar Honey; start using at B
R
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ones
and cold.".
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