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The weekly Corinthian. (Corinth, Miss.) 1894-19??, November 18, 1915, Image 5

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A Bank For
Since the establishment of this Bank it has
always made a specialty of handling the accounts
of farmers and extending to them every accom
modation in keeping with safety. People residing
outside of Corinth receive many advantages by
keeping an account with us, not the least of which
is their ability to borrow money for the exten
sion of their business interests.
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The Citizens
G0RINTH, MISS.
THE BANE WITH THE STONE FRONT.
STRONGER THAN EVER
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
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Everything new and fresh at
Harris Grocery Co.
M. A. Ford of Clarksdale, is a
visitor in the city today. _ j
Full assortment of Ur eeda Bis
Harris Gro. Co.
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Chai lie Chaplin. Elite Saturday.
cuits and cakes.
Mrs. Nona Robinson of Ramer, j
spent yesterday afternoon
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in Corinth.
Japanese Ribbon Cane Syrup—
Harris
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home-raised—tiie best.
Grocery Co.
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stvles at reduced price rhu.sda>,
Nov. 18. Mrs. _t. \ . lie u ar.
Mr. and Mrs. Y. D. Blount of
Knoxville, Tenn., are among the
visitors in the city today.
W. B. Hooker of Guys, Tenn.,
was among the business
in Corinth yesterday afternoon.
visitors
Your
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Corinth Is the Best Place to Handle
Your Cotton
Corinth's percentage of buyers is greater than Memphis' on the basis of cotton receipts.
Corinth banks have plenty of money for the handling of Corinth territory cotton.
. Corinth has on most of the Corinth territory cotton an advantage over Memphis in
freight rates ; from no point in the Corinth territory does Memphis enjoy lower rates than
Corinth.
Corinth's handling and reshipping charges are much lower than at Memphis.
A Memphis bank was advertising for sale some bonds of a Memphis compress and
This advertisement shows gross earnings in one season $2.00 a bale.
warehousing company.
There is an additional warehousing, stoage and handling charge made on cotton han
dled by Memphis factors; besides the insurance and commission expenses.
At Corinth the compress and warehousing company's earnings for storage and hand
ling cotton last season were less than 85 cents per bale, which includes all income from
every source.
COMPARATIVE CHARGES OF CORINTH PRESS AND SOUTH MEMPHIS PRESS.
STORAGE ON WAREHOUSE COTTON.
Corinth I So. Memphis
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.25
.35
First Month or Fraction -
Second Month or Fraction
Railroad Delivery .
Trucking or Trolley Charge ...
Insurance $75.00 per 1st Month
Insurance $75,00 per 2nd month
Factors' Commission $75.0(Lper bale
.20
.10
.12%
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1.87%
$2.93
.63
TOTAL
For further information, communicate with us, or write,
Of the Oompreaea at Corinth.
STRIPLIN COTTON 00,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, .
CORINTH BANK A TRUST CO,
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, .
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( harl.e Chaplin. Elite Saturday. |
Try the famous Wassinans fresh
baked loaf cake—10c. Harris
Grocery Co.
Mrs. Edgar Smith of Wenaso
ga, was among the visitors in Cor
inth yesterday afternoon, shop
ping. :
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Mrs. T. O. Early and little
j daughter have returned from a
seven *l days with rela
Gves in Florence, Ala.
j Mv time, energy and effort are
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devoted exclusively to the eye
Byron Mitchell, opt. D., at Wal
ker Drug Co., Friday, Nov. 19.
M. W. King, the former ''Candy :
King'' of Corinth, who is now lo-.
cated at Meridian, spent the past
few days in this and adjoining
i towns, on business interests.
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1 Mrs. R. L. Me Willie of Tislio
mingo, spent yesterday in Cor
the P guest of friends, while
transacting business matters.*pre
her trip to Mineral
leaving today for
paratory to
Wells, Texas,
the West.
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! W. N. McKenzie of W.
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was among the visitors «here yes
terday.
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Pattern hats at greatly reduced
prices Thursday, Nov. 18. Mrs.
G. W. McCullar.
! Mrs. Herman Hughes and son
! of Kossuth, are among the visitors
in Corinth today.
I Miss Vera Bennett of Iuka, is
[among the out-of-town visitors in
Corinth, visiting friends.
Bring me your eye troubles.
Byron Mitchell, optometrist, of
Memphis, Tenn., will be at Wal
ker Drug Co., Friday, Nov. 19.
T. 0. Early, of the Corinth Pro
duce Co., who has charge of the
branch office at Red Bay, Ala.
after spending .a few days in the j
city, returned yesterday to Red
Bay.
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Properly fitted glasses relieves
headaches. Special attention giv
en school children. Byron Mitch
ell, opt. D., Memphis, Tenn., at
my usual place, Walker Drug
Co., Frida}'', Nov. 19.
Hon. T. W. Sims of Linden,
[Tenn., was among the distinguish
| pd v ^ torg here y * sterday> enroute
from Savannah, Tenn., where he
delivered an address Monday. I
Congressman Sims was in Corinth
°' le T d » ; v I 8 . 5 , 1 we< *> while a guest
°* II. Lide, and enjoyed a mo
drive to Shiloh National Park
: through the courtesy of his host,
: going over the pike conneetin
Corinth with the Park, with a
a v j ew 0 f getting in touch with the
conditions of the thoroughfare. It
;j s his intention of putting the
proposition before C ongress for a
permanent maintenance by the
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government.
BOX SUPPER AT STRICK
LAND SATURDAY NIGHT
:
Miss Annie Lee Hardin, teach
er, and Miss Ella Meteer, of the
. Improvement Club of Strickland
school, announce that there will
be a box supper at the school
house on Saturday night, begm
ning at 7:30 o'clock, for the ben
efit of the school building. A eor
dial invitation is extended every
one to attend and come equipped
with a well-filled purse.
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3:30-7:00-8:15
5 and 10 Centn
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L.- LASST
In association with
. DAVID BELASCO
—Presents—
EDITH WYNNE
MATHISON
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In a picture version of Dav
id Belasco's most sympa
thetic dramatic success of
modem American Business,
Society and Politics
Tbs Governor's Lady
by Alice Bradiey
This photodramatic classic
2 signalizes the first screen ap
pearance of Miss Mathison,
generally recognized as the
foremost dramatic artist to
day on the English-speaking
legitimate stage. To learn
the true significance of dra
matic art you must positive-'
ly see this production.
—Saturday—
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
—in—
A WOMAN
TWO REELS OF LAUGHS
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SHERIFF-ELECT HAS
EYE ON APPOINTEES
Sheriff-elect W.L. Madden, who
will take the oath of office on the
first Monday in January, 1916,
announces that he has made ap
pointment for jailor, to succeed
J. E. Potts, in the person of Ed
Forsyth, who will serve for one
year's time, after which, he will
make another appointment to help
him through the next year, and so
on, until he disposes of this ap
pointment throughout the full
term of four years.
He also states that he will give
the appointaient of deputy sheriff
to a farmer in Alcorn county, one
who is competent to assume the
duties imposed upon him, and one
who will handle the situation
without prejudice and with jus
tice to all alike.
Besides the appointments men
tioned above, made by Sheriff
Madden, there are some to be dis
posed of by the new board of su
pervisors, who take charge of
their duties on the first Monday
in January, such as foreman of
Hne county convict gang, keeper
of the poor house, and janitor at
the court hou ses
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FARMER BOASTS OF
CHAMPION VINE
that has at
A pumpkin vine
traded the attention of many peo
ple throughout this section,
which Alcorn county
and
one upon
i boasts of being the largest ever
; grown, was brought to Corinth
esterday afternoon and stretch
square, extending
ed in court
i from the concrete curb on the
south side of the square, to half
way through the square on the
west side of the court house,
j The vine was grown by I. N.
•Bowers on the farm of S. T.
! Whitehurst, four miles northeast
! of Corinth, in the Farmington
[ neighborhood. It measured by ac
tual measurement made by ex
mayor T. E. Henry, Circuit Clerk
Lee Gray and Deputy Sheriff W.
L. McPeters, in the presence of
several witnesses who can safely
vouch for the truthfulness of the
report, 89 feet from the end of the
root to the tip end of the N vine.
extraordinary
length of the vine, it produced
very fine pumpkins.
Mr. Bowers challenges anyone
to produce one better.
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Besides the
Miss Mary Cook has opened a
studio for pupils in voice at her
home, 604 Jackson street. Miss
Cook has studied under the direc
tion of some of the most eminent
and talented tutors in Chicago.
111., and Nashville, Tenn., and pos
rich and cultured
sesses a very
voice. She solicits pupils, with a
guarantee of satisfaction.
BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR 1
CATARRH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the whole
system when entering it through the mu
cous surfaces. Such articles should never
be used except on prescriptions from re
putable physicians, as the damage they
will do is ten fold to the goodyou can
possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A
Co., Toledo, CL contains no mercury, and
is taken internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of Âe system.
Iw buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you
get the genuine. It is taken internally and
* t Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney k
rtimoniah free. 10
Price T5c per bottle.
Family Pills
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CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI
Total Resources Nearly
$700,000
All Deposits Guaranteed
by the Bank Depositors'
Guaranty Fund of the
State of Mississippi.
Your Business Appreciated
Directors
ABE RUBEL,
J. E. GIFT
' A. B. HAMM,
H. E. RAY, E. C. SHARr
A. M. DICKSON
Officers
Pres.
J. E. GIFT,
ABE RUBEL ..1st V-Pres.
A. B. HAMM . .2nd V-Pres.
J. L. HOLLEY.Cashier
F.F. ANDERSON, Asst. Cas
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No. 9Ü94 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
The First National Bank
OF CORINTH, MISS.,
In the State of Mississippi, at the close of business. Nov. 15, 1915
Resources:
Loans and discounts (notes held in bank)....
Overdrafts, unsecured ...
U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation tpar value) .35,000.00
U. S. Bonds pledged to secure Postal Savings (par value)
Total U. S. Bonds...
Bonds other than U. S. bonds to secure Postal Savings.2,000.00
Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocKs)
owned unpledged..
Subscription to Stock of Federal Reserve Bank.
Less amount unpaid. 4 .
Ban king ho use, $ 10,00 0.00; furn iture a nd fix tures, *4,000.00
Other Real Estate owned ....I .
Due fmm Federal Reserve Bank...
Due from approved reserve agts. in N. Y., Chicago, St Louis 12,078.75
Due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities.... 1,022.95
Due from banks and bankers (other than above) .
Checks on banks in same city as reporting bank.
Outside Checks and other Cash Items...
Fractional currency, nickels, and cents..
Notes of other national banks. .
Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, Total coin and certificates
Due from U. S. Treasurer..
Total.;.
$394,747.62
26.09
.2,500.00
37,500.00- 37,500.00
42,85605.- 44,856.05
6,799 98
. 3,399.98
3,400.00
14,000.00
2,542.37
4,491.27
13,701.70
11,647 20
313.03
fc2,6H) 10
92.76
2,702.86
11,485.00
1,750.00
£543,163,19
Liabilities.
8100,000.00
. 13,500.00
Captr.1 stock paid in ...-..
Surplus fund.
Total capital and surplus....
Undivided profits.:. ; •
Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid
Circulating notes...
Due to Banks and Bankers (other than above).
Demand Deposits -Individual deposits subject to check -
Certificates of deposit due in less than 3 j days.
Postal Savings Deposits.
Deposits requiring notice but less than 30 days.
Total demand deposits.
Rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank.
Bills payable, including obligations representing money borrowed...
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Total.
State of Mississippi, County of Alcorn.
I, Geo. C. Taylor, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
GEO O. TAYLOR, Cashier.
Correct Attest-P. W. North, Jr., E. T. McCullar. J. A Ledbetter, Directors,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of Nov., 1915.
B. F. Worsham, Notary p u ^ c
113,500.00
3,186.88
35.000.00
10,635 78
.262,945 16
. 17,713.01
. 4,955.21
. 10,635.79
3,186.88
$296,249.17
. 34,591.36
. £0,600.09
$543,153.19
Foil Sale of
Men's and Boys Suits
AT LESS THAN COST
Shoes for everybody at
the wholesale cost. Sat
isfaction guaranteed—
everything you need.
Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing and
Groceries.
E. A. MORRISON'S
directly Couth of the ouurt house
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PATRONIZE
XHVITK TOO BY AD VE RTISING
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