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» KK 5 î"SinTh »m! pulpit Sunday and to visit with) members of his congregation and other friends, left yesterday af ternoon on his return to Fulton, Ky., where he and his family have been in attendance at the bedside of his eldest son, James H., who has been critically ill with ty for sevéral weeks. that James H., is source of! • phoid fever The good news rapidly improving is a much gratification to their many friends here, who delight to know that the family will soon be permitted to return home. RIENZI ITEMS Monday, Oct. 11, 1015. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Norris and and Mrs. Harry Henderson Mr. and family left last Thursday to visit several days in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Robins, of Corinth spent several days here last week. , Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Green made business trip to Corinth last M Tuesday. Mrs. John Merchant of Indi is visiting her parents, Mr. ana, and Mrs. C. N. Kellogg. N. E. Lovejoy, of Mem guest of Airs. E. Mrs. phis, is the Roebke. Will Ed. Hunter and wife the guest of Re >L* Kentucky, ore Hunt» »■'s mother Mrs. Betty Reporter. ! ' i.ev Her. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Mrs. G. C. Harris, of Rienzi, is among the visitors in Corinth to day, a guest of friends. Miss Myra night to be the guest of friends in Chattanooga, Tenn. Hazard left last The home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Harwell was the scene of enter tainment of a few welcomed out of-town friends of the family yes terday, among whom were I. H. of Deray, Mo., Snell Lawrence Lawrence, Vernon Lawrence and Hub Bradley, of Jackson, Tenn. They were entertained at lunch and shown many other pleasures during their visit. Dr. C. M. Taylor, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dean left this morning for Memphis, where Mrs. Dean will undergo an oper Mrs. Dean was tak ation today. violently ill several days ago, but had recently improved, when seized again with a séri ât taek of illness, which de immediate operation. en she was ous manded an Dr. Taylor will return home to night. Mrs. Clara Cox has returned from a visit to points south. Dur ing her visit, she attended the State Convention of the W. C. T. U., at Belzonia, and from there she spent a few days with Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Anderson at Yazoo City, and returned via Columbus, where she was a delegate from the First Presbyterian church to attend the East Mississippi Pres byterial. ELDER NICHOL GREETED BY WELL FILLED HOUSE Tuesday's Daily. Mr. Nicliol was greeted by a well filled house last night to hear him discuss the Second Coming of Christ. In the course of the sermon the evangelist said: "There are some 400 verses of scripture . fécond Coming of the Master, but not one verse intimates that Christ will ever be on this earth again. He is to remain on the Throne of David, at the right hand of the Father till the last enemy is destroyed, which is death. He is to r main there un til the destruction of death, the inauguration of the New Heaven and new earth. When He comes His Saints which speak of the will be raised at 'last trump'—all will be raised! at the same hour. When he comes it will be to reward the Saints and make final disposition of the wicked. in y y _As to th e time of his second Mr. Nichol gave some history of those whom he denom inated "Time Setters"—men who have set the date for the Lord's In each instance, it re return. quired nothing more than a few to manifest the fact that years the Lord did not come in the He then added, "The -date set. WtÊfÊÊ ÊÊÊÊÊÊÊ man does not live who knows when the Lord will come again. It may be 10,<000 years, it may be soon. You should be ready." • Thè subject for tonight's Ser vice is, "What is the Sin Against the Holy Spirit Î" of WoB t Con. The worst CMC*. WJ aiatter of how lowrrtandiac. ere ceTcd bt the wonderful, old reliable Dr Ip •» In chm m ***. w* IKS' «Ü ; FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. » ft'-* *— >■ <*"■• with) and Point, is visiting in the city to af- day. who ty is today. of! Miss Aleie Prather, of Selmer, Mrs. J. R. Bryan, of West Geo. W. Taylor, of Demopolis, Ala., is among the visitors in Cor inth. Troy Brooks, of Selmer, Tenn., the visitors in Corinth is among ! Tenn., is the guest of Miss Jewel to Dillon, be Miss Helen Davis has returned from Columbus, where she spent the week-end. • Mrs. N. P. Burnett, who has been attending the bedside-of her mother in Memphis, has returned home. Mrs. S. A. Woodfin, of Tnseum bia, Ala., spent several hours in Corinth today, enroute to Amory to visit. Will Brown and family, of luka are spending a few days in Cor inth attending the Alcorn Coun ty Fair. Mrs., Clay Taylor, of Fulton, Ky., who has been the guest of Mrs. J. M. Woodson, has return ed home. Mrs. M. S. Dickerson of Selmer, Tenn., was amo ng the visitors in Corinth yesterday afternoon, shopping. Miss Kathleen Smythe, of Jack son, Tenn., arrived in Corinth this morning to be the guest of Miss India Rook. Capt. and Mrs. Dean, of Shiloh National Park, are among the visitors in Corinth today attend ing the fair. Miss Charlotta Wolfe, of Aber deen, is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubel, Jackson and Main streets. Mrs. C. H. Brown and two chil dren, of Columbus, are guests of Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Davis. J. H. Webb of luka, arrived in Corinth yesterday afternoon ^o spend a few days, attending the Alcorn County fair. Mrs. T. A. Cornice and children of Brinkley, Arkansas, are guests of her mother, Mrs. Ophe lia Carter on Waldron St. and to of , last Mr. E. of is to last L. out yes H. and de Miss Laura Stout returned yes terday afternoon from Columbus, where she has been attending the East Mississippi Presbyterial. to Judge J 110 . A. Davis, of Kosei usko, referee in bankruptcy for the Northern District of Missis sippi, is transacting business in ^ orintli today. T. to Cooper Huff has returned from a several days' visit in Center ville, where he attended the fu neral services of his uncle, the late James Petty. Miss Hattie Hanna, of Sardis, Tenn., spent Monday night in the city, a guest in the home of Mrs. W. L. Bryant, leaving this morn ing for Lawrenceburg. Mrs. Ida Gant and baby of Van Buren, Ark., who have been visit ing relatives and friends in this county, left yesterday afternoon on their return home. the is his the was 'or ' F eity in day, the who at a Mrs.Margaret Kinkead Thomp son, of Yazoo City, candidate for state librarian, is among the vis itors in Corinth today in the in terest of her candidacy, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carpenter and children, who have been vis iting relatives here and in Che walla, Tenu., left yesterday af ternoon on their return home. W. B. Burnett, the official mule buyer, of Nashville, Tenn., is in Corinth today, transacting bus iness. Mr. Burnett will return on the'Friday, October 15 to buy mules, Mrs. W. Hanson of Chattanoo ga, Tenu., after spending a few days with Corinth relatives and friends, has gone to visit relatives in Chewalla befere returning home. Mrs. W. S. Berry has returned from a few days' stay in Colum bus, while attending the East Mississippi Presbyterial as a del egate from the First Presbyterian Church. Miss Clara Marguerite Johns yesterday afternoon returned from Columbus where she repre suited the Junior Missionary So ciety of the First - Presbyterian Church of this city at a meeting of the East Mississippi Presbyte rial. In vigor a ting to the Palo and Sick!? The Old if, ftqofc. Gao NIC, or ATKttmilds t» ptheer I ' f. $ - m m = ILY. FROM MONDA' W. C. Lacy of Booneville, vis ited in the city Sunday. M. EL Hill of Booneville, visit ed in the city Sunday afternoon, T. J. Stanfield of Memphis, is among the business visitors in the city today. Miss Teresa Chambers of Oko dona, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Paul Simonetti. Mrs. W. V. Walsh of Lexing ton, Ky., is the guest of Dr. W. C. Lindsay and family. Geo. H. Beemer returned last night from Aberdeen, where he attended federal court. in Mrs. E. S. Candler, Jr., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. S. Hazelwood, in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Donovan re turned last night from an exten sive trip to points in Texas. Mrs. Thos. Childress and baby of Chewalla, Tenn., spent the week-end with relatives here. Mrs. E. Chatman and children of Pinson, Tenn., were visitors in Corinth during the week-end. Mrs. Ben McCullar is here from Wenasoga, and is guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gra ham. There are many kinds of at tractions here this week—and then some that are not quite so a ttrac t ive . _ Miss Gladys Hall of Courtland, Ala., is expected to arrive in Cor inth this afternoon to visit Miss Hazel Beemer. Mrs. Jennie Hanson of Chatta nooga, Tenn., arrived in Corinth Saturday afternoon to visit rela tives and friends. Mrs. J. T. Harris and little daughter returned this morning from a weeks' visit with relatives in Indianapolis, Ind. Thos. Hurley, who has been at work in City Park, Va., arrived in Corinth Saturday afternoon to visit friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Simonetti, accompanied by their sister, Miss Teresa Chambers of Okolona, will spend a few days in St. Louis this week. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Crowell and niece, Miss Hazel Beemer, visited Rienzi and Booneville Sunday, making the trip in Mr. Crowell's auto. Mrs. A. H. Wilson of Sheffield, Ala., was among the. visitons in Corinth yesterday, guest hi the home of her sister, Mrs. j. S. Voyles. Mrs. Sallie Leath of Finger, Tenn., who has been the guest of her son, J. L. Leath and family, left Saturday afternoon on her return home. is by ed ns to Miss Annie Wilson of Middle ton, Tenn., arrived Saturday af ternoon from Tuseumbia, Ala., to visit Mrs. Eddie Wilson and fam ily here for a few days. Mrs. Rugg, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Will Ellis, corner Taylor and Gloster streets, returned yesterday at noon to her home in Thrasher. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Savage of Rutherford, Tenn., are guests in the home of thçir son, L. A. Sav age and family. They will re main several days, and attend the Alcorn county fair. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Ezell of Nashville, Tenn., are. spending a few days in Corinth. Mr. Ezell is proprietor of the Hill Creek Stock Farm, and has a display of his stock at th county fair. Buford Price left last night for Nashville, Tenn., where he enters Yanderbildt University for a four years' course in dentistry. He will return Christinas to spend the holidays with home folks. W. F. Rogers of the firm of Burnett & Rogers, mule buyers, was among the visitors here to day, to arrange for advertising 'or their return to Corinth next ' F riday, the 15th, to buy mules. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Allen, of Birmingham, Ala., arrived in the eity Saturday evening to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bishop. Mr. Allen returned Sun day, while Mrs. Allen will remain several days, taking in the Miss. Tenn., Fair. Elder E. H. Broome, pastor of the Waldron St. Christian church who left here a few days ago to attend the wedding of his brother at Cleveland, Tenn., is now the guest of his mother in Knoxville, Tenn. He will spend several doays, investigating the Juvenile Court work in Knoxville, and ex acts to return to i th Thurs v * *P Y'S DAILY. vis The many friends of Mrs. Sula Northeross regret to learn of her departure from Corinth, leaving this morning for an extended vis it to points in Texas. Mrs. North cross expects'to remain until af ter Christmas and probably long er, visiting many points of inter est. After Nov. 1^ she will be stopping in Brenham, Texas. is the W. last he The Woodmen Circle and their friends "that spent the day in Jackson, Tenn., yesterday report a most delightful trip. There were eighty-eight in the party,; and they were tendered the most | courteous treatment at the hands j of the Jackson people, and \v*ere shown every possible pleasure and attention that could be shown a visiting delegation to any city. P. T. Wallace, a former grocery merchant in Corinth, who will be kindly remembered by many friends here, arrived in the city last night from Amarillo, Texas, spending the night at the Cox House. Mr. Wallace will spend the week-end with his parents, and other relatives and friends in Selmer, Tenn., returning here to spend a few days at the fair next week. He reports a very fine business in the west. the S. re the the at so at to a a MONDAY'S DAILY , the are in va is day phis fair. R. M. Powell of Middleton, Ten nessee, was among the out-of town vi sitors toda y. P. T. Wallace of Amarillo, Tex as, arrived in Corinth last niglr from Selmer, Term., and wil spend the week with friends here. Mr. Wallace is enjoying the best of health, and has established a splendid business * since going west, all of which is very gratify ing to his many friends here. Mrs. C. F. Suratt has returnee from Memphis, where she has been attending the bedside of Mrs. Claudia Sherman, who re cently underwent an operation for appendicitis and goitre. Mrs. Suratt reports Mrs. Sherman is improving rapidly and getting along very nicely. More Nations Get Into the Fight. The war in Europe is getting to be a "free for all" fight, in which every nation that has a score to settle, be it ever so old, is ready to take a hand, to the detriment of the European bystanders and onlookers, of whom there are very few, asserts the American Press. As these lines are being written another nation, Bulgaria, is about to enter the fray or has already done so—events move swiftly in these stirring times—and that means the participation of one or nations in addition to her in S. of more self, involving millions of people besides the hundreds of millions already affected by the terrific struggle. Meanwhile the dark clouds that hovered over our own peaceful horizon have been dispersed, and the nation, which for an excited moment looked up from its work, is again at its every day tasks. Distance, in this case, does 'not lend enchantment to the view,and there's no place like home" rings truer than ever. Our own hemisphere, however, is not un touched by the grim hand of war. To the north Canada is lending valuable assistance to her mother country in the form of Canadian contingents for the war zone and finances for the war ehest. To the south of us Mexico is still torn between conflicting constitutional, unconstitutional and otherwise, the while a rich country is being devastated and the people are forgetting what the blessings of peace are really like. Western Asia has been affected by the turmoil in Europe, where Turkish and English interests conflict, and in the far East China and Japan were on the point of conflict, which was only prevent ed by the pacific action of the Chinese government in comprom ising the independence of what was once the Celestial empire. AIHxL which reflections confi rm^ ns in the conviction that Uncle Sam is a mighty fine relative to have, and we should all be glad to belong to his family je :'air. be in the sons, were inth ping. i i and ville, birth Mrs. hosts patriots, ? 7 l C and îome from her this Cal., been on Ala., while the among Mr. work The coy maiden smiles, the young man embraces, and the old man^cusses. Only live fish swim upstream; only live merchants advertise. home CHICHESTER SPILLS b«Ms. sealed with Blue Rl!<los. V/ yeawfceuen as Beat,Safe?, Always Krtr-rie CftfAPy nmwir.fCTC ctTiwmc •MWWl ■: * - *,& ÿe For James ®» Graham WAGONS APPLY W. G. Kimmons ' a be in to FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. Miss Elsa Clausell left today to visit in Columbus. w. H. Baker, of Aberdeen, was G. G. Maness of Wheeler, is visitor in the city today. Miss Rubye Bryant spent yes-1 terday in Jackson, Tenn. E. A. Payne, of luka, visited in the city today on business. i J 110 . D. Moore, of Booneville, I visited Corinth friends today. D. W. Meredith, of Tupelo, was a business visitor in Corinth to day. a visitor here last night. ! Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bolton, of Booneville, visited 111 Corinth last night. Mrs. Clay Taylor, of Fulton, Ky., is the guest of Mrs. J. M. Woodson today. Mr. and Mrs. A. Vance, of Wi nona, were among the visitors in Corinth today. , J. H. Buxbanra has returned from Memphis, where he has been spending a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roark, of the A. & M. College, Starkville, are among the welcomed visitors in Corinth today. ^ J Mrs. W. C. Derryberry, of Wen asoga, was a visitor here today, while enroute home from a visit va Selmer, Tenn. E. R. Mahaffey, of Booneville, is a business visitor in Corinth to- j day making arrangements for a booth at the fair next week. j ~ T . _ r , , 1 B. r. Meeks and daughter,Miss Lillie, and son, of Guys, Tenn., ... - ves *, terday afternoon, while shopping. ! Misses Flora Voyles and Ida Overton have returned from Mem- ! phis where they spent several days and attended the Tri-State fair. a of is Miss Helen Davis left this ing for a few days' visit in Colum hns. __ niorn H. M. Swift, of Memphis, is among the buisness visitors in the city. were guests of relatives here i Miss Mamie Doan of luka, is expected in the eity next week to je the guest of friends while at tending the Mississippi-Tennessee :'air. ,, 4 . f expeet . e ( 1 t0 be among the out-of-town visitors in Corinth next week, to attend f the fair. ! Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hardin and sons, of McNairy county, Tenn., were among the visitors in Cor inth yesterday afternoon, shop ping. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stout of Jackson, Tenn., are Mrs. Porter Green and baby, 1 and Miss Lizzie Green, of Boone ville, who have been guests of Mr. • . • j i?*i Announcement is made of the • birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Hanley, Oct. 8. Their m hosts of friends extend heartv congratulations. ' c and Mrs. L. J. Green, returned îome today. Aubrey Meadows has returned of from a few days' stay in Amory, where lie has been assisting in the improvement of the Stantonville switchboard at that place. . Mrs. Ben McCullar, who is, spending an indefinite time with i her mother at Wenasoga, aecoin- \ panied by C. S. Graham, Jr., of this city visited in Jackson, Tenn., Friday. Mrs. S. A. Egan of Los Angeles, 1 Cal., and daughter, Mrs. JY. M. Monroe, of Long Beach, who have j been guests of relatives in Alcorn county, left yesterday afternoon on their return home. While in ,, Corinth they were guests in thej bl j Sam Anderson of Tuseumbia, j Ala., a former resident of Corinth, J while employed as engineer on the Southern switch engine, was among the visitors here this week, Mr. Anderson is now engaged at work on a dredge boat for th gov- es ernment on the Tennessee river. 25 j home of Mrs. R. L. Caldwell. m ANNOUNCEMENTS to ™ The Corinthian Is authorized! "■*? f the * oUo ™* ments for the office specified low, subject to the action of a:general election in November in i I to f For District Attorney JULIUS E. BERRY (of Prentiss county) ! For State Senate DR. C. KENDRICK (Re-electic For Representative ! R. B. COTTON (Re-election* J. B. SPLANN For Sheriff W. L. MADDEN For Chancery Clerk O. M. HINTON (Re-election For Circuit Clerk LEE GRAY, (Re-election) of For County Attorney THOS H JOHNSTON * _ (?. r Superintendent Educatioi W ' A * iNlc UORD (Re-election, por T ~^~ essor CLAY McCLAMROCH in - For Treasurer J ' HENDERSON PITTMAN For Cotton Weigher HUBERT BREWSTER of _ - T XT for Surveyor A. HAMLIN (Re-election) „ ~-. For Supervisor First District S. B. MARTIN (Re-election) _ For Supervisor Second District j ROMINE a ™ ~ , j -, °Jî rt x 1 _ T. D, McCALLA -_ - Fifth District *, J - B. COLEMAN (Re-election ! __ n F ° r District ! * * AVIS (Re-elecdon) Justice of Peace-Fourth Distri JOHN COOK is s i For Baliff, Fourth Distri J. W. MINCEY Ufcs Our Christmas Money. While yet a little nevertheless Christmas looms 1 ahead of us, and the probl soon be faced of what to and where to spend it. r l here should be but question. Prosperity is ahead of us again therefore, let us make this a io^ f u i Christinas to one and all ! Let wavs ♦ *iii mu. speii one answc to this make it a prospered' 1 hristmas to Corinth by buying L' om our local stores, by keeping 0lir money at home. A liberal spirit of giving tlii Christmas will restore and enhance • « ,, .. "l. for lh f fu . ture - , m patronizing of our hon» ' e aa . S " 1 ®»>able us to ii c «ase the prosperity of Forint! and will give each and us eonfidene our optimistic fee every onf of us a feeling of just pride in the fact that we are "good citizen all around, Let us make it ? y i < i home Christ and let's begin now to kee; a ; y .mas, that money in circulation at home i \ wor k is can ^ >e done better. Therein lie. the first element of future great ness. Make up your mind that n aBd 1 - The Next Best Thing to j Forest for Colds Is ,, T , . .. bl f.% It c lears the throat and give^. [relief from that clogged and stiitj j fed feeling. The pines have eve| j been the friend of man in driving J away colds. Moreover, the pine^ honey qualities are peculiarly el| fective in fighting children j colds. Remember that a cold broken at the strat greatly removj es the possibility of complication^ 25 cents. the Pin Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey whie 1 j eoes to the very root of cold tron * WA *••• Ï0 m Ää ÊB.