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PRINT.. iK p#«! THE CORINTHIAN is the largest AlUHome Print Paper in North Mississippi and enjoys a circulation second to none. A hint to the "wise" advertiser is sufficient. This Is the Sort of Fit You Get AT GISH'S The Trousers fit you smoothly around the waist, and hang true to form from hip to heel. The Vest, unruffled and serene, lies flat like an outer layer of your original self. And then comes the Coat—most important because the most difficult problem of the entire Suit. You slip into it then the Coat slips to you. MEN'S SUITS.$10.00 to $25.00 Men's $8.50 Palm Beach Suits at. .$6.45 A new Spring line of Men's Odd Trousers ready today at.$3.00 to $5.00 the Pair FOR WOMEN We offer 200 pair of £4.00 Tan Slippers, many styles at the pair.$1.95 25c Colored Batiste, Lawns and Tissues, at the yard ...15c Charles H. Gish F1LMORE AND FOOTE STREETS J 00000000X X X X X X X X X X X X00000000 o o 0 DO YOU KNOW THAT o o \ » ness . Light promotes eleanli- o o o o o o o o O o 0 o o o o o o A clean mouth is essen tial to good health. 1 # * £= # P h y s i c a 1 training in childhood is the founda tion for adult health? The T. S. Public Health Service issues publica tions on hygiene and sani tation for free distribu- o tion? **** Headache is Nature s warning that the human o machine is running badly? Bullets may kill thous- o ands—flies tens of thous- o amis? o # # # # Q Obesity menaces long- o ovity?—P.S. Public Health o o Service. o o o ooooooooxxxxxxxxxxxxoooooooo EGGS GET WITHIN REACH OF AVERAGE MAN AGAIN The hens in Alcorn county are showing a disposition to reduce the (cost of living and have suc ceeded in bringing the price of eg-A. as low as the unlucky "13." cent "'fa . , , v ,„„,.„1,01110 Corinth wholesale muchants liavt* pan as njru <s i „ , I'« " s for eggs during the past ,..qei\ and though carload after trlAad left the local market, ■' f was nothing like the quan / then that there is now, and I the past few days eggs have In selling wholesafe from 13 J 15 cents, a decline of from 17 119 cents. GEM — 3:30 — 7:15 — 8:30 —PATHE NEWS THROUGH FLAMES TO LOVE — Edna Hunter. THEIR ANNIVERSARY— Ben Wilson, Dorothy Phil lips. Music by VanDyke & Davis Tomorrow: GRAFT. THE PURPLE MAZE. HER HERO MAID. i'roa SPEAKS IN GLOWING TERMS OF REUNION District Passenger Agent, G. Allen, of the Mobile & Ohio rail road. was among the out-of-town ; visitors in Corinth today, ;charge of three extra coaches 'old soldiers, who were returning from the annual reunion at Bir mingham. Mr. Allen stated that Birming ham entertained CO.000 visitors during the week, and that one of 'the best parades that has ever been witnessed on an occasion of this kind, took place there dur j ing the reunion, requiring two hours to pass the given points. He also said that the Boy Scouts of Birmingham, in their ['courtesy and careful attention to the old soldiers and other visit ors during the affair, deserve special mention, inasmuch as they were ever on the alert for the protection of the elederly visit ors who attended by the thous ands. The reunion was a novel event, and one of the best attended in the history of the reunions. It will be cherished in the memory ; of the old soldiers as one of the ■ most successful of their reunions. LOCAL DENTISTS RETURN FROM CONVENTION Drs. II. I). Chipps, L. B. Price and Richard B. Warriner have returned from Jackson, where they attended the State Dental Association, which met in that city. There were many delegates CUV. mere were manv ueiegaies ^ ser(?ral spee i a li s ts from othor states. who ioined in from other states, who joined in the excellent program. Among the officers elected for the ensuing year was Dr. "Warri-J ner of this city, who was named journalist. ALCORN BERRIES GROWN IN ABUNDANCE THIS YEAR This is the season of the straw berry festival, and never before have strawberries been served in such profusion. The beauty of the delicious berries this season, is that they are being sold cheap er than has been known in many years. The cause of this fact is that Alcorn county has been boosting a strawberry associa tion, and though the organiza tion is not yet fully prepared for shipping, they are beginning to grow the finest berries that can be found in the. country, and the local market has been bountiful ly supplied. l VENE HERE SAT. HIGH! i Friday's Daily. I j A Concatenation of Hoo-Hoos ! will be held in the Knights of ! Pythias Hall in this city Satur j day night, beginning promptly at 8:0!) o'clock. j There are about fifty delegates ; and members expected to be in ! attendance, some of the most "prominent lumbermen in Missis ts'.ppi, Alabama and Tennessee. L. E. Glass of Memphis, of the j Tri-State Lumber Co., has al ! ready arrived, and will be pres : ent at the meeting tomorrow I night. Several others from Mem phis will arrive Saturday at noon, and a delegation from points on the Illinois Central and Southern, including Tuseumbia, j Sheffield and Florence, will also j reach here in time for the raeet j ing. I Points on the M. & O. railroad j will also be represented, and I among the distinguished visitors ! will be S. R. Russell, a prominent j lumberman from Tupelo. ! Vice-Gerent Elledge has ten ' applications signed up, and after the "kittens" have all been seat ed in the onion bed and listened to the brilliant oratory of the visiting Hoo-Hoos. the entire del i egation will repair to the Wal f dron where light refreshments [and a smoker will be enjoyed. [ This speoian Concatenation is ; being held preparatory to the an I nual meeting to be held in Mem j phis on September 9-12. LOCAL MECHANIC INVENTS COTTON CHOPPING DEVICE M. B. King of this city lias re ceived a certificate for a patent cotton chopper, which he has just invented. The machine was sent to Washington when 1 it was approved, and the certificate re turned with the approval blank. The device is an improved one, a one-horse machine, and it is quite new to any article of its kind ever made before. Mr. King will have the machine demonstrated, after which a con tract will he awarded to some manufacturing concern for the manufacture of the article to be placed on the market. SURVEYOR MAKING GOOD HEADWAY ON RIENZI ROAD Friday's Daily. At noon today, L. W. Murphy, civil enginecer who lias been en gaged by the road commissioners J. D. Diggers. W. S. Berry and B. F. Liddon, to survey the two proposed routes of the Corinth to-the-Gulf High wav from Cor inth to Rienzi, had reached the artesian well on the Whitmore levee, a distance of five miles southwest of Corinth. Only one and one-half day's work was represented in this survpv. having begun Thursday morning. Just south of Bigsrersville. one of the two routes will be taken— either the Danville or Bethel route. However, both of these routes will be surveyed, a blue print of each submitted to the board, and one of the routes adopted. Mr. Murphy expects to com j plete the work within two weeks. ! -— _ ! BARA.CA ANNOUNCEMENT | FOR SUNDAY, MAY 21 [ Hon. W. C. Sweat will teach ! the class at the regular class hour me eiass ai ine rrguiar nass nuur. j 10:00 to 10:25. The "Roosters" ! are making an effort to have 250 j are making an effort to have 250 ! present next Sunday, and their [ prospects for success are good. This is more than they have ever had present at one time, but they seem confident the record will be broken. There are six more meetings of the class before the end of the attendance contest between Col umbus, Corinth, Meridian and Jackson, with the contestants standing in the order named, Col umbus being some ten points ahead of Corinth and Corinth some twenty points ahead of Mer idian. If the Boosters succeed in their present plans for Sundav, Corinth will very likely win the lead again. The regular series of lessons have been very interesting, and with Mr. Sweat as teacher a full attendance and profitable session of the class are assured in ad vance. of in the al at A $12.00 Kodak Mill be given free to the person making the best picture with a Kodak or Brownie, and on Eastman film. The film to be sold and finished by us. A $10.00 Kodak for the second best; a $9.00 Brownie for the Third, Contest begins today and ends July 1st. The prints will be examined by impartial and disinterested judges. Contest ants may submit any number of prints. Further information on request. E. F. WAITS JEWELER OPTICIAN PROMINENT KENTUCKIAN VISITING IN HOME OF SON friday's Daily. Among the welcomed reunion visitors in Corinth is Capt. N. B. Riley of Allensville, Ky., father of Dr. S. F. Riley of this city, who is stopping over for a few days' visit in the Riley home. Capt. Riley is 75 years of age. He was with Company B, 8th Kentucky Regiment, under Brig adier General IL B. Lyons. He was captured at Fort Donelson, Tenn., and was held a prisoner for seven months! at Johnson's Island, Lake Erie after which was changed to Vicksburg, later , • e ' making his escape. ,r ° , „ C lie served the South gallantlv, i T • ^. . • and was engaged in service m a number of Mississippi battles, He is being cordially met by his co-participants in the Civil War, and is being tendered many cour tesies of his comrades, Visiting interest in and the scenes of around Corinth YOUR FEELINGS AND YOUR FEET H AVE your shoes ever hurt you? Hurt your pride because they did not keep their shape, because they looked "ordinary?" Hurt your feet—because they did not fit exactly in the first place and ran over at one side or turned at the heel as they wore, and so rubbed and pinched and pressed on tender nerves. And when your shoes hurt you either mentally or physically, you can't be happy—you can t be cheerful— you can't be pleasant to live v/ith—even to your self. You know how you feel. Most of us have had such experience at least once. But it need never happen again with our shoe service with in reach. At our store you get the benefit of exper ienced shoe fitters. Our salesman assist you in selecting just the right shape and size which will insure lasting comfort. As for the shoes themselves, you can he blissfully serene in the certainty that your footwear is the very last word in correct style, with all the quality of material and workman ship which you would expect in genuinely good shoes. Pumps and Colonials $2.00 to $ 7.00 In Patent Kid and Patent Colt, Gray and White Wash able Kid, Matt Kid, Vici Kid, Bronz, Soap Kid, Black Satin, White Canvas and other fabrics. £if A m THE)STORE OT SAT/sfachoa/ MAY PRESENTS TWO EX TREMES IN WEATHERi Friday's Daily. The May weather record been broken all in nineteen days, Just think of it, on Saturday, the 15th of the month, the highest May maximum since the estab ^ j "q i » i heJfC t 8 ? 1 -™ 0 ™"*. ™"f\ a f "' 11 ! ^ . yaps \wk icsoi u o 01 1 comlort. 1 i • -, • Mid-dav experienced a rise m ; , , 1 -, ,, ,, : the temperature, ami the weath i j j j j C. L. Haynes, of Selmer, Tenu., transacted business in Corinth lishment of the local weather bu-1 reau was recorded, when the mer-! curv reached 04 ' Today, the 19th of the month, and the minimum reading was 50,1 with a drop of 20 degrees, which made a maximum yesterday of, tires were built m residences er man promises just a few more hours, and tiie usual May brand will be enjoyed again. Thursday afternoon. 10 LOCATE 10 CORINTH ! - ! Friday's Daily. j Vanderbilt Browning of Waco, Texas, who came to Corinth to attend the funeral service and interment of his father, (lias, N, Browning, who died Tuesday m Hatty Ilersee Hospital }u Men tlian, is anxious to locate an over all factory in or near Corinth. Mr. Browning left Corinth sev eral years ago, and since that time has been engaged Jin this j line of business, now operating • such factory in Waco. I He proposes a $60,000 concern, 1 and stated that he is anxious to locate in this section for various reasons, and that if the city gf Corinth, or the citizens would' ^contribute a stock of $25,000, the j eom Pany would add $35,000. ^Browning is a member of | ^ ie ^nii of Bongley Clothing lias!^*' ^ anxious to either j mou * ,^ ie factory here or '■ es tablish a branch business. i stated that the concern rep J rese,, H'd a pay-roll of something Oooch of Gravel »ill. Tern... ; few miles north of Corinth, am ^ '>400 or >500 per week, ^ eo * H azal 'd, president ot * the l>. M. 1 .« issued a call lor a ! me ? tin f of th f club to J ,p lu *'J a . n< Ciko up the matter 1 or eon j sidération. _ gH0T IN F00T WITH RIFLE The manv friends of Marshal cousin of our townsman, Dan C. Gooch, regret to hear of his pain ful injury. He was accidentally shot in the foot by one of his small nephews, with a taget rifle. After considerable probing the bullet- was located, and though the injury was painful, the pa tient is reported to he getting along nicelv.