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' f. ' gplg ;sft f mi 'i-';5>«-? $îlfei ' -Ï'J? Hg •:; ftaw* tii 'M ;*?■ , ' t ',/fi g|3 W: ir,-'"' m wm >" • ; V ■ • "• £f~ ■•■ tm t ■'•'! Ù . ' ' VJi f Ac national joy smoke is such good tobacco you feel lik e you could just eat the smoke! » Yes, sir, P. A. puts a razor edge on your smoke-appetite-division that's nobby enough to be photographed! No other pipe and ciga rette tobacco can be like Prince Albert, because no other tobacco can be made like Prince Albert The patented process fixes that—and removes the tongue-bite and throat parch! Let that digest! And that line of conver sation is 24 kt, whether you play P. A. in your old jimmy pipe or roll it into a makin's cigarette. For you can put your little old blue-pencil O. K. right here that Prince Albert is a regular double-header for a single admission joy'us to your tongue and taste one way as the other! Will the "rollers" kindly step forward for a spell and get some of this listen into their systems? Because Prince Albert certain and sure jams more joy into a makin's paper than ever before v/as figured up on two hands ! you or any other man ever did roll and put the fire to ! Men, we tell you to wise up. P. A. is crimp cut and stays put—which means rolling P. A. is as easy as fallin g off a log. And it's good to remember P. A. is put up in the toppy red bag especially for you "rollers." Sells for the price of a jitney ride, 5a Now, will the "pipers" kindly open both ears? Here's tobacco that has made it possible for three men to smoke pipes where one smoked before! Any way you hook it up, Prince Albert is tobacco insurance ! Yes, sir, it guarantees your future as well as your present smok ings ! And just makes your tongue so jimmy pipe joy'us that your smoke appetite grows whopping big. You men who "dassn't," we say you go to P. A., natural-like ! Because there isn't a bite in a barrel of this national joy smoke. Unlimber your old jim my pipe ! Dig it out of the dark corner, jam it brimful of P. A. And make fire wit,h a match ! Me-o-my ! Vv] Ü ■s 'J Si 0 z r; 7 / fb m milBkm mm ■it»] 1 c 3 I y 2 2 S W : CRIMP CUT G F PIPS AH 5 ro£Acco 2 t Die toppy red bag, 5c fBJ 0 a H m In the plain language of the hills, you can't y more resist such makin's tobacco than a bullfrog can pass up a piece of red flannel! Because P. A. hands to you everything any cigarette roller ever dreamed-out —rare flavor, and a absolute You get acquainted with Prince Albert in the toppy red bag, Sc ; OT tidy red tin, 10c, but for the double back-action-joy, you buy a crystal glass pound humidor. And then you're set! You see, it has the sponge-moistener top and keeps P. A. at the highest top-notch point of perfection. Prince Albert is*also sold in pound and half-pound tin humidors. cut m I WmÊ rm m Û mm mm roma, and mildness, and body; !y the best bet—the best smoke R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem, N. C. The tidy red tin, 10c Copyright 1&U» by R. J. Tobacco ü a» y' ; i ! ! A dohglitful business meeting Ht *''« ^ednesday Club was held;.1ml on J hursday atternoon in the pa am mine of .Jis. Russell Dance. meeting was held for the pur- ; or outlining the work lor lite coming year, and Mrs. J. Mitchell, in a very clever manner, issued the questions for the begin ning of the work, the lesson study to be taken from "The Tempest s, 'll O.ETY - Tiie , - , , ,, , , « , p which will be the first subject of t he club. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. J. II. Mitchell on Wednesday, Oct. 20. pose , r ' 1 The ideal home of Mrs. W. E. Young was the scene ot a very in t(*resting meeting of the Emerald Club on Thursday afternoon,when members assembled in their initi al meeting of tiie year, ness session was first held. J. E. Gift, the A husi Mrs. able president of the club, tendered her tion, as well as her resigna membership, and Mrs. Clifford Green was elec led president- for the coming sea-j On account of tiie depart , Sula Northcross, she ure of Mrs. also tendered her resignation as Mrs. J. M. Boone sne treasurer, __ cecding her. An interesting lesson m a Bible ï "Study was efficiently directed by . ' 3. W. T. Adams, Sr., and much was manifested by the chib members in the beginning of enthusiasm Cleanse The Blood Banish Rheumatism Rheumatism Due to Bad Blood. S. S. S. Your Remedy Thousands have been made well. I'eople in the poorest health, suffer ing from Rheumatism, with whom pain was constant. Who believed that their vitality was sapped beyond repair/ It was proven to them that the cause of their trouble was the blood; that Uric Acid, the most faithful ally of Rheumatism, had gripped them. The poison in the blood had sapped its (strength. The weakened blood had allowed poison and impurities to accu mulate, and all energy was gone. TheJ felt "poorly," were listless, pain ,was ever present, with poor digestion and)dyspepsia. They tried S. S. S.,— nature's blood tonic. They gave up drjugs. This compound of nature's Remedies of roots and herbs did what (drugs failed to do. It literally washed the blood free from poison, and fwith the flow of pure blood came back health, strength, vigor and happ gist. Insist upon S. S. S. If yours tfli a long standing case, write for special advice to S. S. S. Co n Atlanta,} Ga., but begin taking S. S. S. at once. Get S. S. S. from your drug r their year's work. ; After the regular business, de ! lirions refreshments were served; ! by Mrs. Young, assisted bv Miss f !• If • 1 •' - ' ;1< M.N 01 nâle'p Kl vo of Porno-« ville, Teim.. was extended a cor-; held;.1ml welcome in being an out-of town guest of tljeclub meeting. , ; 1 he_ lovely apartments of. Mrs.| *»no. E. Wallace was opened on' H.'Thursday afternoon, in honor of, tin* Matron's Bridge Club. Besides the regular club,Mrs. Wallace had* invited a number of guests, and ' o „„ . 1 , • ! . 4 . , 1 lour tables in each apartment- had p i i e i> • i l-i been prepared for Bridge, which was enthusiastically indulged in. Many handsomely gowned mat ii i i ■ ,, », irons called during the afternoon, ■and no more ideal afternoon could have been enjoyed. I Mr« w T Arlnsnc Ti* » ner-of-tbe elul) prize,''a dainty|' piece of band embroidered linger •e. -Mrs. E. Lacy was awarded a beautifully hand-decorated plate i for her skill in the guest room, and the party was beautifully conclu-"™* (led bv the servin'- of a'de'irions salad course, followed with orange ice. Assisting Mrs. Wai- 1 Ince in servi no- was Airs Fl crin .Wrhd mT IT if rt\ E g , Miss" Willie Âhliêv * aiI( 1 The 'guests had on this oe-sion the pleasure of meeting Mm Bes sie Kirk of Gunnison, and Mrs. G. P. Kyle of Rogersville, Tenu., who were among the out-of-town guests. ï C. N. Kellogg of Rienzi, is in the city today. de rpj ie i + j special session today nr M*gard to ' the 1K ' W weil at the water plant. cor-; f . u . laeks approximately fifteen feet of being the same depth of j the well recently bored, and which i has proven to be very satisfac t The water of tU ' new well on' of, CITY COUNCIL DISCUSSES PROBLEM OF NEW WELL I city council convened in ' ' now under construction shows too much iron. The contractor has struck a rock, and having already ( gone a depth of several feet in the 1 1 'oek, it is thought wise to call the „ .i . f .■ .council together for some action, I j It was deceided this morning j that it would be best to install ! the pumps temporarily and give Uv n it ", , . b j I^ 3 t J orou * h test > a " d I en , lf th « " at P 1 r contmned to j » s " ow iron, the well would be sunk 3 g raa * cr <le P th - FANS IN THE ZENITH' a OP THEIR GLORY i mi • * ,,, , ! tT Fil H /f" 8 ; Ï Elks Hall this after-, a fast wire details the I daintv.Th """'I?; 1 ™?" m Philadelphia. There qillte a lar ^ e Dumber of enthusi , asts attending the games, which.!FIRE as the feature takes place are giv ti *° * he anxious publie by T ' A ' lom P son - ■ The Holy A Dr. D. B. Waddell will preach at St. Paul s Episcopal Chapel at 10:30 Sunday morning. Communion will be observed, cordial invitation is extended the public. Monday Mrs. H. L. Robins has returned from a visit in Reinzi. Miss Lottie Seigrist is spending the day in Jackson, Tenn. T. R. Burns of Maud, Ala., vis ited friends here last night. Leslie Key of Biggersville, is spending the afternoon in Corinth on business. Mrs. E. M. Kornegay of Haley vüle, Ala., spent a few hours here today, shopping. 4 t Just Jim"—Gem. Miss Aliéné Potts is theguest of : her aunt, Mrs. W alter Stout in j Jackson, Tenn. j t ■o tit ii • ï . J J. r. Webb IS here from Mem phis, a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hynemen. Y- : : 1 TAKEN UP—At the residence o! POSITION WANTED—I m JTPERV UM ! * : I fokijs \ t **fl Li I» (With Minimum Charge of 25c) ' L. E. Dean, one hog. Owner may recover same by identifying property. ' J wan! work with any reliable party, having one or more Ford automo biles in the taxi service. your tires. steady * I do all repair work and save the oil and gasolii e. I am and careful driver. My present employer is going to sell out and I must have work from a one who wants an experienced man: one who knows what care ; ' ^ c ^ VVUcll/ c<tlc treatment an automobile j must be given. I am a married man, and want situation with jsome one wbo has bad the exper !îng'au°omoMes foMheiii" and see ^ automobiles 101 them, ami m ! the dlfference - Tl Y me l 1 am ; smart and . , thnft 1 y ; " lU ' V i° rk fo ',' a reasonable salary; understand I live stock. ?' Thrashcr - Box W - Ca,era - are;Alabama. - which.!FIRE ALARM SOUNDED TO DAY; SLIGHT DAMAGE The resklenee of Claude Jonos Reference furnished. on Childs street, was slightly dam aged by fire this morning, shortly before noon. The fire originated Only a small portion of the roof around the flue was burned. The building is the prop erty of Airs. Mary Cunningham. Fire fighters responded quick ly to the alarm, and the fire was soon extinguished. from a flue. I J. R. Ketehara of Booneville, suent last night in the city. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take in ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physi cians in this country for years and û a regular prescription. It is composed of : £ j mucous surfaces. The perfect combination j of the two ingredients is what produces J such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney A Co., Props., Toledo, Q. Sold by Druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. 9 •'Ï w* ap r j «.sa P dieS ÎN,, » to ;%] I iP* ", *r,/ ■_L • I I hi .. fy. B j r jv£l u 'if? i s I I \ l Send candy to "SQUARE" YOURSELF; no mistake—if you send our candy. IT'S PURE— IT'S FRESH— IT'S GOOD. you'll make n Henry's Pharmacy THE TREAT-U-WELL DRUGGISTS BOTH TELEPHONES No. 10. TEMFERATURE REACHES LOWEST POINT OF SEASON Last night was the coldest night Coiinth lias experienced since fall made it$ appearance, up-tlie-ii eating-stove of 37 1-2. with a put-p temperature i Yesterday 's maximum ! was only 71 1-2, and so far no one ; has reported having suffered from heat during the day. It is hard to realize that the minimum of last night was only & si* MA i ;■ -, 4 ;• ... ) in : S50 CHILD'S M * ü »4 GIVEN AWAY in rv H 3 & m THE CONTEST HAS JUST STARTED, SO SAVE YOUR VOTES Present them at the Ticket Office in Packages of One Hundred «pnr> 1 g tm* ELIT ft ramsm n 1c®» J H ' V '-> «—.U i We have on display Our Fall Millinery Your Inspection invited j i ï The Fashion Shop MRS. NELLE P. FERRIS : : MANAGER I ! 7 METAL SHINGLES Â % Hâve lasted 2&yeans. Stormproof _^and fireproof all the while still in good condition* I Thats the kind of roof you want* l I Vse them and do away with J A I Hoof repair bills. 99 I vrwvmfPT tmm THE DURABLE B Wf SorSmlm iy t. a THOMAS, TINNER, Corinth, Bliss. 4 point. ja few degrees from the freezing] The thermometer at 7 a. m. today registered 40, with a light frost, the second of the son as yet recorded. S('U Mrs. Oliver Jeanes and little daughter, Eleanor, of Selmer, Tenu., who have hr n spending the week with her parents.Mr. and Mrs. L. McCroskey, have returned home.