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CORINTH'S TRADE DAY '
TO BE ON TUESDAY, NOV. 30 Corinth will have Trade Day on Tuesday, November 30. The B. M. C. has labored dil igently for public speaking on that day, having tendered in vitations to both Senator Varda man and Liept.- Gov. Bilbo to be part, nf7 nsM rnt both declined, regretting that they could not be here on that occasion. The publicity committee, Prof. F. C. Jenkins and R. S. Mathis, together with R. T. Lively, secre tary of the club, are devising plans now by which to secure I some attraction for the visitors on that day to make it interesting in both a business and social way. ___ a FAIRCLOTH BANK CASE TO BE TRIED IN TUPELO ——5-* Atty. W. L. Eiledge and Jas. H. haircloth, of luka, spent several hours in Corinth today, enroute to Tupelo, where the latter will be tried on charges connected with the failure of the Tishomin go Bank at Iuka some few years | :iKo. At the time the bank closed! its doors. Mr. haircloth was pres-1 ident and cashier, and the charges h against him are those connected j. with' the wrecking of the bank. When the case came up before the Tishomingo county court the defendant was given a change of! venue to Lee county. Atty Geo. T. Mitchell will represent the de- 1 fendant, and Atty Eiledge is a witness in the case. LOCAL ELKS WILL HOLD LODGE OR SORROW DEC. 5L The local order of Elks will hold their Lodge of Sorrow on Sunday, December 5th. At a meeting of the lodge, Exalted Rul-JAin^, -er J. M. Bell, appointed a com-J mittee of one, Dr. L. B. Price, to secure a speaker for that ocea sion, and also a committee of I three, Dr. II. D. Chipps, Henry ] w Sigmon and Dr. J. R. Lanning to f perfect local arrangements for the program for observing their memorial service. r This committee on arrange ments will make a report at the next meeting of the Elks lodge, and if will then be made known I whether or not the memorial ser vme will ho held at their hall or at a public place with a special program. | SEEN WEST OF CITY|^ a bell, at-1 tractcd the attention of the peo ple residing in the Bills Lake community, about 1 1-2 miles southwest of Corinth yesterday, The buzzard remained in the set tlement several hours, practical-* l.y all day, and was seen by Mark Mullins and several others who reside in that section. i < BELLED DTTSZARD > y A buzzard wearing The buz zard v»as wearing and attracted no little attention. a sheep bell, Slinging the Slush. A Washington dispatch reads: 'Mrs. McAdoo, wife of the secre ry of the treasury and a daugh Prcsident Wilson, appeared • street today with a cane, as an ebony lined cane with a handle, inlaid with silver, and then she hooked it over m." interesting! And what a of journalistic ingenuity ing out and dishing up to vorld the really import ^ of the day. But this " the press neglected to length of the cane, its 'igth, the store from s purchased and the ich it was carried, s are reprehensible aialism. imed Milk. o keeps his eye ?nts in The Cor-j -am of the bar-j the skimmed * advertise get viie business, while .viiow who doesn't believe in nter's ink srets the clabber. m-. »#': X" s EÿE'!; 1 Î -■ tr-. mv i If to * ba PP y w « *■* . ourselves " d ^?™ e " ber otherS|Co., this old wc ■great hunk o. , these davs takes a baak iC - . ' - m > pii 4 . y Pit Will cut* Kb* pk V t ■ ' [FROH TUESDAY'S DAILY. 30 Mrs. C. V. Taylor is visiting in Jackson, Tenn. Dan B. Gooch, of Selmer, Tenn., is in the city today. R. O. Perkins, of Tupelo, is a business visitor here today. Mrs. A. H. Reed, of Iuka, is among the visitors in the city. J. T. Evans of Sumner, spent Monday in the city on business/ J. F. Ellis, of Yazoo City, is a business visitor in Corinth today. Miss Hallie B. Adams spent the w.ek-end with friends in Bald wyn. on dil on in be be I was *in the city yesterday after noon. H. W. Clift, of West Point, was among the business visi t ors here) Rev. J. H. Holder, of Pontotoc, J. J. McDonald, of West Point, lis transacting business in Corinth today. H. jterday afternoon to her home in | Selmer, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Elam, of Ackerman, are among the visitors h n Corinth today, j. of! E. M. Reed, E. D. Hall and J. B. Storment, of Iuka, were among 1 the visitors in Corinth today, a yesterday. Mrs. W. F. Beard returned yes Mrs. J. M. Osborne left yester Jdaÿ afternoon to visit in Guys, Tenu., a few days. Mrs. M. B. Kemp, of Bethel I Springs, Tenn., spent the week- a end with her mother, Mrs. W. J. ed Murphy. J to Mrs. Mary R. Bynum of Boone ville, arrived in the city yesterday afternoon to visit friends here. 5L a Frank Jones and sister, Miss Rul-JAin^, of Shannon, are guests in [his the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B7| Meadows. Mrs. John Jones of Ramer Ten- in I nesse e, after spending a few days ] w i t h her sister, Mrs G A Lo<nie kos i-turned l!nmp ' 0 ' ■ , * ' taught Butler, who is attend r n g a business college in Hender-|an son, Tenn., spent Sunday in Cor inth with home folks. I New Decatur, Ala., and spent the I week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Young. ' _ | "y rs ' Bryant, of Oceola, the Ark., who spent the week-end in Co™A the guest of her sister, 1S * ®°y Lramlitt, has returned al ^ l01ne * W. B. Burnett, of Columbia Tenn., the mule buyer is here to- bly day, and his prices are attracting to quite a large number of mules to a Corinth. * Ibis Fred Youpg came down from Mrs. Arnold Saigrist, w r ho is spending some time in Jackson, Tenn., taking medical treatment, spent Sunday at home, returning. to Jackson yesterday afternoon " ilrs. waiter Ballard of Tupelo, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. gm Wright. Mrs. Ballard is re turning from a visit with her mother, Mrs. N.C. Steele, at Chat tanooga, Tenn. Mrs. Arthur Lain and baby, Martha Lee, have returned from Gravel Hill, Tenn., where Mrs. Lain has been attending the bed side of her mother, Mrs. J. M. I Hamm, who has been ill. * ^ I he numerous inquiring friends | of City Tax Collector W. R. Boone will be glall to know that lie is some better. today. Mr. I oone has been seriously ill for \ severa 1 months at. his home on ( hilds street, and his condition yesterday afternoon was regard-M. ed as critical. Mrs. G. C. Young and Mrs. T. I J. Jobe left yesterday afternoon | to attend the bedside of their sis ter, Mrs. Nancy Kennedy, in res ponse to a message stating that | she was not expected to survive. Mrs. Kennedy resides in Middle-*' ton, Tenn., and has been suffering for many months with cancer. W. P. George, an eperienced groccryman, has accepted a po-1 ^ tl0 " h 7 itb the Harr " Grocery J the new grocery concern on l St ù Wh /- e 5 e *5? be ?! ad iu. ßZ,** 11 * * nend * «all on him.j ■ 't for ^ erly m ^ w - 1 * enced i n flua hne- He mvitea his l of inT^ newplTeT to ■ bun 1,1 ■ MÄH mtmm in a is a the torn Tuesday's Daily. The Farming Instit begun at Kendrick this morning at 10 o'clock to continue at va rous places throughout Thursday, the 18th. »i : t f mm were J/ F. McKay, of Jackson, an ex pert in the work of agriculture, arrived today, and joining W. T. Pollard, county demonstration agent, left for Kendrick, where they were met by a large crowd. •J. W. Willis, district agent, will join the party here, and will make 8 tour to the several places Vhere speeches vill be made in the in terest of the farmers. The following is the program: Tuesday, 16th—Kendrick, 10 a m. ; McGlathery 2:30 p. m. Wednesday, 17—Holly, 9 a. m. Thursday, 18—Kossuth, 9 a.m. ; New Hope, 2:30 p. m. On Thursday, 18th, the More Profitable Farming Campaign will be he l d; with thi rty-f our meetings at the various precincts throughout the county. in of DON'T OVERLOOK that subscription. If you are in arrears remember that we can always find good use for THE MONEY TENNESSEE CONGRESS MAN PAYS CITY A VISIT Saturday's Daily. Hon. T. W. Sims, of Linden, Tenn., Congressman from Tennes see, was among the distinguished I guests in Corinth last night while a guest of J. H. Lide, who tender ed the use of his auto for a trip J to Shiloh National Park. Mr. Sims has become interested in the pike from this city to Shiloh, and [his trip was for the purpose of familiarizing himself with the iin portance of this thoroughfare, in order to la ^ the «latter before COngVeSS with a view to the ^ ov_ ernm - ellt takm » control of the road and making many improve ments. Mr. Sims will also visit Savannah, where he will deliver address Monday. ed DELIVERS EDUCATIONAL LECTURE AT BELMONT I -^ ev * S. Wales, pastor Tate Baptist church, was in jmont on Saturday night, wdiere* [delivered his famous lecture on the "Mammoth Cave" at the Bel mont High school. Mr. Wales has been giving a series of education al lectures on this subject for some time, and has recently re vised and im P roved eonsidera bly ' ,lavin « made a fourth visit to the eave ' H e i» always given a largc audienc r wherever he ap pears, and his hearers appreciate Ibis lecture, . . . T , ... ? nls from ,îoonevll ' e ' a very interesting entertainment Friday night, which was very much en El-[joyed by all present, RIENZI ITEMS Mrs. Hodges, with her class of Mrs. H. E. Roebke visited rela tives in Corinth several days last week. Rev. Wilson of Booneville, was I« 1 tcfwn Saturday, en route to New Hope.. ® d Green made his regular trip to Henderson, Tenn., Saturday, I Revs. Small and Phelps will be sin a revival here next Sunday. .The services will be held in the | Methodist church, I Everyone that can, should visit \ m this week and attend the Mov able School. We will have with U Prof. C. C. Clavton of the A. College; Miss Tunison of Jim Yancey made a trip to Thrasher last week. B. ed Lumberton, specialist in poultry, I and Mi sses Reeves and Arthur, | bome scienee department. We should give Miss Brown credit for this treat and show our apprécia | t,on by amending all These demonstrations will be held 11 tbe O* W. Hall, we can. Reporter. LARGE FINANCIAL TRANS TION CONSUMATED HERE One of the larnest deals which J has been f consU mated in this sec, l tion for gome time, and one which will be of much general interest, was yesterday when G. A. Hazard and Sani H. Allen sold the Allea Gravel Cd, to 8. M. Neely, l of MemplÜ8 and Qeo . w ^ or the ConsoUdated Zinc & ! e ttie .. VI é. 4 ' Ar~ va to Tupelo today Harry Sunday were Wray of Memphis, spent in the eity. T rr Ttr ^ „ .. J.H. Weedçn has returned from a business tnp to Moorehead. Miss Rosa Blakeney of Ramer, Tenn., was in the city Saturday. ex T. i Miss Mi nnie Ray of Cypress, Tenn > was a visitor here Satur da ^ will Miss Hettie Ray of Chewalla, Tenn., spent the week-end in Cor inth. in- y[q ss Artie Flannagan spent Sunday witfa relativeg ^ Ra £ er Tenn e Mrs. Lillie McLemore of Ramer, Tenn., was among the visitors in Corinth Saturday. a m. ; our Mrs. L. E. Livingston of Wena-1 soga, was among the visitors here during the week-end. j Chewalla, Tenn., spent Saturday afternoon in Corinth. Mrs. A. R. Hurley of Chewalla, Tenn., was among the out-of-town visitors in the city Saturday. Jeff Harris of Jacinto, spent a few hours here today, en route to Memphis. He will return tomor row. Miss Mollie Dee McClamroch visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McClamroch, in Kossuth yesterday. Mrs. Julia Webster of Wenaso ga, was among the out-of-town visitors in the city Saturday, shopping. Mrs. Dick Dalton of Jackson, Tenu., who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Odell Burnett, has re turned home. Mrs. M. E. Woodard has return ed from a few day s visit w ith Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woodard in New Decatur, Ala. Miss Myrtle Wardlow of Poca hoptas, Term., who has been visit ing Mrs. Ed Smith on Webster street, has returned home. Muiry Taylor of El Dorado, Ark., is spending a few days in Corinth, a guest in the home of his brother, Dr. C. M. Taylor La. Petree spent a short time in Corintfy this morning, en route to Normal, Tenn., where he will at tend West Tennessee Normal school. Miss Josephine Derryberry of Chewalla, Tenn., who has been a guest in the home of her sister, Mrs. Will Slaughter, has return ed home. Miss Charlotte Mathis, who is spending some time at Essary Springs, Tenn., was here a few days last week, returning Satur day afternoon. Congressman E. S. Candler and W. E. Small, Jr., have returned from points south, where they spent several days last week,tour ing in an automobile. of L. Thos. McFarland of Cairo, 111., with the McFarland Lumber Co., who has offices in this city, man aged by W. Thos. Young, is trans acting business here today. Miss Lila Newland of Pocahon tas, Tenn., who has been spending the past few days with Miss Lil lian Curry, has returned home. Miss Newland begins her school at Rogers Springs today. Mrs. H. M. Reed of Nashville, and Oscar Petty and baby of Hominy, Okla.,' were among the out-of-town visitors in Corinth Sunday and today, en route to Hamburg, Tenn., to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Allen spent Sunday with relatives in Corinth. They have been residing in Bir mingham, Ala., for the past sever al months, but are perfecting rangements to remove to Haley ville this week. is P. She Jr., St. been state r> . . ,y Mrs. Mary Burns of Tishomin-i the go, spent several hours in Cor inth today, en route to Winona ! where she goes to attend the Jaco- j Brooks wedding which will take be place Wednesday at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. and Mrs. B. P. Jaco. i a g° j Mr.. and Mrs. Sam Petty of he Hamburg, Tenn., were among the is visitors in Corinth during the , to week-end. Mr. Petty was marri ed last Wednesday to Miss Pearl Ledbetter of Linden, a very pon- ! ular young lady of that place Mr. * Petty wus a former resident of Corinth and Ms remembered By lmi&Æ^M^ravel ar ; ■/-' mk ypgl -ÿ - . y** » UMc re* naming in ' office, week ■ . * ovember 13, i _ .iiBiMTim - 1 - -nr , Austin, H. R. ; Balding, Dandy ; Basley, T. H. ; Bridges, J. F. ,But- ! fley, M. A.; Caldwell, Miss Rebec-1 ca » Campbell,* Mrs. Vanié; Dal-j ; ton ' .^ 8S Maudie; Daniel, Mrs. jSeonia; Jernig an, Wallace; Long,) ^ Vat^oï* 1drs M X y 1915: f Jack . p atteraon |Pierce, Miss Minnie; Price, J W : (Robison, J. H.; Rogers, ' Lonie • ! 1 Thomas, W. L.; Ward, Daniel | | In calling for this mail ask for i * b * s da * e * ' j MILTON A. CANDLER, P. M., !.. • • —T"T 1.' V-: 'Widespread Activity and De- ; velopment in the South. ; The Industrial Index, Colum bus, Ga., says in its issue for this week ' "The widespread activity and ^ development in the South sound a clear call to enterprise and in-j j There was never a time when this section had such substantial prospects for the immediate fu ture and when its undeniable ad vantages and its rich resources offered so much to homeseekers and investors. Its possibilities are being demonstrated by bank balances. I i i Unprecedented demand that ! began with huge orders from'Tenn., abroad and has been increased by domestic consumption and i i an m , . , in prices have given the lumber mdustry great impetus Lumber plants that were closed; for months are in full operation, I stocks have been cleared and the | outlook for the industry is bright- >^ er than in years. The increase of \ activity in the lumber industry has been so marked as to consti tute a notable feature of indus trial conditions. crease ? ? Uncle Sam and Others. Machine guns are among the most deadly instruments of mod ern warfare. Of these the United States lias Germany has over 100,000, with other countries in proportion. Think it over! - available in this country not to exceed 150. has of in to of a is BUSY DAY WITH COR INTH MERCHANTS TODAY a " Saturday's Daily. Today is Saturday, and on that day Corinth usually entertains splendid crowd.* While the bad weather has prevented the women folks from coming to town in large numbers, the families thnr out the county are pretty well represented by the head of the household, and business was good today in most all lines. A change of season is always cause for a change of dress, and l ight now is the time to buy winter clothing, and the dry goods and clothing stores were doing a fairly good business todav. Mrs. II. M. Smith and daugh ters, Mesdames J. II. Epperson, L. A. Flake, and Lula Archer ! lave been spending a few days in Burnsville this week, guests of relatives and friends, returning lome Friday. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. Rev. R. S. Gavin, pastor First Bapti t church, will return to- ; night from Hattiesburg, w r here he' been attending the State baptist Convention, and will oe cupy the pulpit at the regular services at his church tomorrow. îas Miss Vic Burns of Booneville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. P. Lambertk on Filmore street, if She accompanied bv her nephew, Master E. P. Lamberth, ; Jr., who has been visiting rela- j lives in Booneville for several was days. Rev. Carl S. Wales, pastor Tate) St. Baptist church, has returned from Hattiesburg, where he has been attending the State Baptist ■ Convention. He also visited the I state orphanage while away. Mr. ,y ale f w ? nt A s " dekgatc from the church of Which he is pastor. m ! The many fnends of Tommie! j Frazer wil1 b « glad to know that be now a ^ e to walk about the house b y the aid of «Hitches. He snstained "i«™ 8 a®"« 1,81 days i a g° w hile playing football, dislo j eating one of his hips, from which i he Buffered considerable pain; It • is hoped that he may soon be able. , to resume his studio in school. l _;_: AUipUrCTCD C Dll I Q ! bniWMI Ma rlLLO ^ * iSEFBtWiOSH. A 'A : mm mm • - . * J % -.y mk . re* 13, i *• ^ da Sharp is spend ; i.W the day with friends in Booce ,But- ! Vllle * Dr. Thos. Kirkland of Guvs Dal-j Tenn., was in the city this after Mrs. noop. Long,) A ttv w m , T . y ;>r t a Ä Iegal bU8iDeSS " C0# : • ! Dr. G. L. Chambers, of Mich ie | Tenn -' was among the visitor* for here toda y* ' G. Maroney, of Jackson, M., Tenn., was a visitor here on busi: »ess today. ; , r . ' ; Mlss Fannie Bruce, of Glens, is / V ie v j s ^ tors * n Corinth for / this T ie eek-end. ' Sid Smith, of Boone ville, spent and ^ as ^ »ight in Corinth with rela tives and friends, in-j \ Mrs. Mary Price of Chewalla, rTenn., spent yesterday ^afternoon with friends here. fu ad I Miss Edith Messner has accept ed a position with C. S. Graham during the holidays. Robt. Roberson left yesterday afternoon for a visit with rela tives in Ramer, Tenn. Mrs. Lula Hurley of Chewalla, ! from'Tenn., was among the visitors in by Corinth yesterday afternoon, Mrs. A. H. Wilson, of Sheffield, Ala., is the guest of her mother, IMrs . 0 . I, Meeks, and family. I Mlss Heyer left this | mornin g to visit her grandmother >^ rs> Cunningham, in Okolona. of \ Mrs. Howard Cox left this morning to spend a few days with relatives and friends in Jackson, Tenn. Miss Lila Newland of Pocahon tas, Tenn., is spending the week end in Corinth, a guest of Miss Lillian Curry. Mrs. E. L. Blankenship, of Chewalla, Tenn., was among tin* visitors in the city yesterday af ternoon, shopping. w. K. Hawk, of Memphis, who has been spending the past few days on business in this territory, returned home today. Mrs. Florence, Ala., week-end with her mother, Mrs. A. E. Inge, at "Ingeheim." Mrs. Adam Newland of Poca hontas, Tenn., spent yesterday af ternoon with Corinth friends, en route to Henderson, Tenln Mary Inge-IIoskins of is spending the j Sheriff J. Will Gray of Selmer, Tenn., spent yesterday afternoon in Corinth, en route to Tuscum bia,' Ala., on a business trip, Hearty congratulations are ex tended Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Jack son on the birth of a fine daugh ter, on Friday, November 12. Mrs. T. E. Smith and children of Sheffield, Ala., passed through Corinth this morning enroute to visit relatives in Chewalla, Tenn. ! _ • B. Routt, of Winona, district plant chief of the Cumberland Telephone Co., is among the vis itors in Corinth today on busi ness connected with the local of ; ,, T w ^ rs * ^ * Frice of Memphis, " ho has been visiti »g Mrs -. Geo. Taylor, and after spending a d a y s with relatives in Boone l e ^ yesterday afternoon on Iher return home. -G bas kept local weather proph if ts busy today guessing whether a rain or snow. sever and " T ould result in ; The tei uper a ture has fallen j a ^ de " re f s since last night, er y > iu ( lication points to an early hog-killmg. ^ squib writer inform us that* a Sf ! li are deal is as broad as it ■ I Rheumatism and Allied Pain— Ihe congestion of the blood in its flow causes pain. Sloan 's Liniment penetrates to the conges tion and starts the blood to flow " eel y- The body 's warmth is re " ewe d> the pain is gone. The i . man or woman who has rheuma • neuralgia or other pain and . I s to ke «P sloan ' 8 Liniment in l th î ,r . home ,s hk ® «drowning man refusing a rope.' Why suffer. Get !, b ° tU ? °.! l Slo . <m ,j' ? oc 8nd 50, ' ^ 10 ° bottle hold six tunes as .much as 25c size. is long. 'true, but nevertheless leged "square deals darned thin. • < Which may possibly be some al ar e mighty 1 1 They Must Go ! ••• Sickly to The iw* - A tnaelc mm a... n i: