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31 m -. " . ,>; ' ip i$R '& : o ; '_v ■ f -. « ^ - î 3-0 , ■«v . •,vi D ft i '"f Î i *< S 0 S' f I r. 3 —* » r gi n >^l~v •? - « •*> Here's speed for you! Favorite Cigarettes breezed into this city backed by a big speed record. No other cigarette ever gained popularity so quickly before being advertised—without being pushed—without help of any kind. What has made them w gO SO good " ? There could only be one answer. You'll know why as soon as you taste Favorites. It's just because they're so good— all-pure tobacco —with a taste that most men like. It will be mighty strange if you don't like them, too. t l ) r \ ; 1 k ► . / a 2W Y ./ : *r:y m 1 f % r A CIGARETTES, Q ; k ! EXTRA good tobacco — that's why they"go so good FJFOtl IN THE RED AND GOLD PACKAGE «Ä5 X n C ■vv ft* 3 mm - *v j EÏED HUNTERS MAKING ONSLAUGHT ON GAME ■ Bird hunting parties are going! out from this city daily, and not a few are returning with well tilled hags. They escaped Friday, the 13th, by one day, and those who are superstitious enough to believe that this might prove of il-luek to them, are glad that, to morrow is the 13th, and they are) out today, regardless of the big ! rainfall of last night. Corinth sportsmen were in ■ntal in getting the hoard L u j . . ' . d ? v 11 0 P™ ; T m ' bBgmning with the first day ol November, and almost ev-! , -! Miss Ruby Wren and mother of hu.a.lo, were among the out-oi-j night. S ' 10 (1 > . < s j . ! was in ! j > (M „ , , cry possible way of getting to the hunting grounds is being used. 1 ('. K. Nixon of Paden, Corinth yesterday on business. ; Don't Forget that we Carry a fine assortment» of Rockers and Dining Chairs as well as many other things suitable for Christinas PresenLs Bay while the selection is good for Christ mas delivery. \ ■ I wmmn mi ms. mm r ma MÊmÈ •WA -* ■r -H : K m+à I affe wkP'y'a < A * mÆ Ui mm CORINTH VISITED BY MUCH NEEDED SOAKER . S11 } ce Corinth had experienced jrain of any consequence, the last by Lo ?! °î ,sel 7 er * 1 ; B - be> n g a 4-mch ram fall on October 1. The records of last nit'lit show that more than two inehes of rain fell . The long-looked for rain came last night. The rain was preced ed by a heavy gale during practi cally all of yesterday, the shower beginning to fall about 8 o'clock last night, and with the exception of short intervals, continued dur ing the night. It has been about six weeks a ! a, , . . . j mereîirv anTthe belfefTs general .today th at winter is close by. j „ M f T , is amon (| ie business visitors in the city 1 today. ~ ~7*" We send for and deliver vour laundry. Corinth Pressing Co. | j The maximum temperature of yesterday was 79; minimum ■ MANY CORINTHIANS TAKE COLD FEET WITH FIRST SIGN OF DROP IN TEMP, ! ! - Gee, but it's getting cold; I think I'll get my overcoat. This is but the expression of hundreds of pedestrians on the streets today. The stiff wind was enough to lead one to threaten to don the old fashioned ear muffs. i i J !» a With the approach of cold weath er. overcoats, sweaters and extra clothing for the men are always in vogue and are donned immedi ately after the first chilling blast seoops down upon us. ! The women—some of them—jesting ! have appeared in winter apparel, j "land the coming of winter looks : f Ceedingly good to the c,otkin * ! j - „ljAILER POTTS REPORTS 1 TOTAL OF 13 BOARDERS(?) j The coming of winter and es- ! pecially such a night as last night i s suffiestive of a "full house" at | the Jailer Potts reports a j usual crowd, despite the weather and the night, tho' the bums might have found sleep nncom ■ fortable out in the open last night, j there was not a single addition j made to the list. ! The good-luck number is the total of the number of pris oners in jail today —2 whites and j jllnegroes—no women. j xrm . WHEN HE SEES IT The following from the Iuka -paper is of interest to Corinth ians, as we consider the Corinth [Floral Co., one of our city's most I creditable and worthy^ enter ' prises: J J l i 13, i l KNOWS A GOOD THING i î î Corinth has a new enterprise jthat.is quite a credit to it. We® I refer to the Corinth Floral Co. It is very unusual to see an up to '■ I dnte establishment like this out side of our larger cities. The peo pie of this section have every rea son to be proud of this establish ment and should give them a gen erous support." <« Ms % - a r . -, THÉ WEATHER , Mississippi—Fair west ; elear ing east portion tonight; colder Saturday ; fair and colder south east portion. Tennessee—Fair and colder to night; Saturday fair. "SOCIETY^ JU JN On Thursday afternoon in her attractive home, Mrs. J. V. By num was hostess at a very inter meeting of the Emerald Club. Quite a large number, of members were present to share in ,he hosl)ita i ity o£ this P°P ular jl esS on study on Richard III was enjoyed, with Mrs. Bynum as the leader. The Bynum home was B^Autiful on this occasion, pre senting a very inviting scene that ™ always portrayed there. The members enjoyed the meeting ver - v m uch. Mrs. M. B. Johns will entertain the club on next Thurs afternoon. Miss Vera McCullar was host jess on last evening at a lovely meeting of the Rosebud Club at her hospitable home on Franklin street. Despite the disagreeable weather of the outside, the Mc Cullar home was brightness on jthe interior, and a pleasant even 'ing was spent. There are twelve .members of this popular club, rep resentative of popular members 0 f the younger set, and it is plan ned that regular meetings be held PLUMBING ■ I * *e»oen * • . 519 »•*•• •« . ■ î ■ ■ .Ht » -■ 7; Mf * ;v SPl v t is offered here. When ever there is anything new and good in the way of GROCERIES we have it here first. And if price concession is to be • had we get that too and pass it along to you. Come and see what we offer right now. r ,y a # l Co-Operative Stores Company E. F. NEWMAN. each week on Friday evening, Isards were enjoyed. Miss Me Culfer served a delicious salad course, assisted by her mother, ! Mrs. E. T. McCullar. The next meeting will be held in the home of Miss Genelle Boyer on Jack son s îee . The fresh, invigorating Novem ber breezes, with the richness of the autumn season, furnished a ! leautiful afternoon on Thursday for the delightful meeting of the "500 Club, whose members, to gether with a few friends, îonored with a real treat in the îome of Mrs. Johnston Cox. The decorations, chrysanthemums,per fected' the setting for this lovely party. Four tables were placed were We have aly wour things 1 for To ? jp) make it" 9POW . |jhiid keep Brand af * • \(?/ t I JV* . v Hj I .*•••» % k i\ m 2\ 9 rui m # «OJT» v mu m ç fm mm % Si \ im V i fo 1 £ ) *V i Sfi'XJTC'* — » It is far more prudent and less expensive to care for your hair while you have it than to restore it when it falls out. Nothing adds more to a woman's charms than a head of long, beautiful hair. Our tonics will help yours to be luxuriant. GENTLEMEN : We can preserve your hair, too. Henry's Pharmacy THE TREAT-U-WELL DRUGGISTS BOTH TELEPHONES No. 10. ■MbAI Fire Insurance PHONE 8 7 Ben £. Everett Hair Brushes 25c Lo $3.50 Combs 10c Lo $1.00 Hand Mirrors 50c Lo $5.oo Correspondence Cards and Box Paper. Will be glad to quote you price on ENGRAVED CARDS A complete assortment of Toilet Soaps, Cold Cream or anything in the Toilet Line. i Drug Co . s ' BOTHOPHONCS 277 V?/ r 4 mm <¥ for "500" and a merry contest 'ensued, Mrs. Geo. Graham secur ling the club prize, a handsome ! jardiniere, and Mrs. Lacy was lucky in capturing the guest p r i ze dainty baskets filled with bon bons . Throughout the game Mrs. Thos. Johnston served re freshing punch and dainty cook ies, and at the conclusion of the game, delicious refreshments were served by the hostess, as sisted by Mesdames Thos. John ston and Dick Williams. KING OF OILS The Great Remedy for Man and Beast. For Sale by J. A. Price, Sole Agent, at Price's Store.