Sold Here Now
Nasty drug salivates, makes yoi
sick and you lose a
Every drugtfist in town -
gist and everybody's drnggist
ticed a great fallinu-nfF in the sale
calomel. They all give thn some rea
son. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking
"Calomel is dangerous and t" I
know it, while Dodson's Livt-r Ton.
is perfectly safe 8nd gives belter re
sults," said a prominent local drugyisl
Dodson's Liver Tone is persondN
guaranteed by every druggiM wl
sells it. A large bottle costs 50 ceni
and if it fails to give ens . elief t
t i- i i
every case ot liver siuggisnnes hi
. I i l r
constipation, you have only to ask tor
your money back
Dodson's Liver Tone is pleasant
tasting, purely vegetable remedy.
harmless to both children and adults
Take a spoonful at night and wake ui
feeling fine; no bilousness. sick head
ache, acid stomach and constipate!
bowels, It doesn't gVipe or cause in
convenience all the next day like vio
lent calomel. Take a dose of calomel
today and temorrow you will fee1
weak and nauseated Don't lose e
i i i t- i r-v i i i
day s work! luke uoason s L,iver
Tone instead and (eel fine, full of
or and ambition. adv
SOUTH A WINNER OF
LIVE STOCK HONORS
TRI-STATE FAIR HAS BEEN THE
GREAT FACTOR FOR DEVELOPMENT.
Pelnt Comfort XIV In Taking First
Honors Showed to International
' ( Stockmen Southern Po.
bilities One Incident.
Using Peat In Germany.
Peat coke in Germany is proving
Serviceable in many ways. It is not
only valuable for generating elec
tricity at moorland stations, but is
tnuch used by blacksmiths and for va
. rious metallurgical purposes, espe
cially as a substitute for charcoal
in producing high-grade iron. A new
turf-cooking plant at Elizabeth-Fehn,
Oldenburg, converts 30 tons of peat
Into nine of coke, with gas and tar
as by-products. Specially-designed
ovens are used and the gas generated
Is made to heat the retorts and to
generate, eleotric current to drive
the peat dredging machines. The
tar yields creosote oil, gas oil, par
affin, sulphuric acid and ammonia.
A few years ago there came to the
Tri-State Fair as an entry in the live
stock show a Mississippi Hereford
hull. This bull was quite the pride of
at least one Mississippi farm. He had
a noble'bearing, his marks were good
he was of right weight and magnlfl
There were other bulls at this fai
hundred or more of them. They
came from all over the continent,
There were several of them who were
the pride of their Canadian owners
others had ranged the wide sweeps of
the West, a few more had been bred
In the valleys of New England. They
all wore ribbons of some recent trl
The practically unknown Mississippi
entry came into the ring the next day
as a mystery. He did not remain so
Tery long, however. He was walked
around a few times. The owners of
other champions gazed at him critical
Jy. The judge confirmed their fears
by tieing the blue ribbon on his horns
He was Point Comfort XIV, pride of
Lavernet Farm, of Jackson. And
few weeks later when he went to Kan
sas City and Chicago, and other judges
added to his honors and he returned
to Mississippi, the grand champion
of all the Herefords,
This is only one instance of the tre
mendous power of the Tri-State Fair
Just a sample demonstration of the
great good that it has done the Mem
phis territory in encouraging breeders
to raise their stock for the best that is
in them. 1
This year a new international grand
champion will be crowned, but it is
safe to say that at least one of his
closest competitors if not the cham
pion himself will be one of the en
trants at the Tri-State.
Over $10,000 will be awarded in
prizes for cattle alone at the Tri-State
Fair Stock Show. Nearly $3,000 will
be awarded for swine. All of the other
departments of the fair are offering
attractive cash premiums.
Special rates to Memphis have been
secured on the railroads for the ten
days of the fair.
DARING SPEED DEMONS WILL BATTLE FOR HONORS
RACING AT TRI-STATE FAIR
CRACK HORSES OF SOUTH WILL
BE PITTED IN SPEED
That we have every facility
for turning out neat print
ing of all kinds. Letter
heads, bill heads, office sta
tionery, etc, furnished at
the lowest prices first
claes work will permit.
Man and Music.
"Music hath charms to soothe the
savage breast" so that explains why
men are more susceptible to muio
than women. It le the truth that all
men respond to some kind of music.
from Russian to ragtime, according to
their tastes. Musio is certainly a close
second to a man's stomach as a road
to that destination his heart.
will occupy your entire
time when you become a
regular advertiser In THIS
PAPEIL. Unless you have
an antipathy for labor of
this kind, call u up and
we'll be glad to come and
talk over our proposition.
Announcement has been made by
the Tri-State Fair Assocation that dur
ing the fair, which opens this year oa
September 26, there will be six days
of harness racing.
The Tri-State Fair Grounds are built
around the historic old Monteomerv
track, known as a record breaking
oval on which such celebrities as Dan
Patch, and others of hardly lesser
fame, made fame for themselves.
Entries for open purposes will close
Monday, September 20, and indica
tions are that some of the fastest
horses in the country will receive the
plaudits of the thousands in the big
grand stand. There is nothing, in the
world that will make a man come to
his feet quicker than a neck-and-neck
finish with good horses on a good
track, and as Memphis will have both
of them during fair week, the craving
of even the most rabid race horse fan
ehould be satisfied.
An elaborate Horse Show for the
first four nights of the fair will also
be a pleasing feature to lovers of good
There will be special railroad rates
on all lines. The fair will run for ten
days, and the races will be only one
of the many big features.
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WERE YOU IN THIS CROWD? THE GRANp STAND AND BLEACHERS
AT THE TRI-STATE FAIR LAST YEAR.
The above pictures show sections of the grand stand and bleachers at the
Tri-State Fair on auto race day last year. It was one of the greatest crowds
over witnessing an auto race in the South. The auto races will be repeated
this year. The fair opens September 26 and runs until October 5.
Saved Girl's Life
"I. want to tell you what wonderful benefi I have re
ceived from the use of Thedford's Black-Draught," writes
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
'Jit certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe B ack-Draught
saved my little girl's life. When she had he measles.
they went in on her, but one good dose o' Thedford's
Black-Draught made them break out, and the has had no
more trouble. I shall never be without
GREATEST FAIR IN HISTORY OF SOUTH WILL
BE HELD AT MEMPHIS, SEPT. 26-OCT. 5
Tortune Is Offered in Premiums Stock Show Will Be Biggest Yet,
and Many Splendid Amusement Features
Have Been Secured.
The greatest fair in the history of
the South is the promise of the Tri
State Fair Association this year.
. The fair, which has made Memphis
as well known In the fair realm as
the International Stock Show has
made Chicago in the stock show
world, will open this year on Septem
ber 26 and will close October 5, ac
Nothing has been left undone this
year. Nothing has been left to chance.
For a year the directors of the fair or
ganization have planned for the 1915
triumph, and they say that It will, be a
Here will be shown, as cannot be
shown in any other spot in the coun
try, the great changes through which
the South has passed in the last year.
Diversification, the improvement in
stock breeding, the coming of poultry
into its own as a money producer, the
crowning of Corn as Crown Prince to
King Cotton, will all be reflected dur
ing the ten days of the big exposition.
A wealth of premiums have been of
fered. They cover every imaginable
line. The woman with a recipe' for
good apple pie can go to Memphis and
get the pie prize while her husband is
down at the stock ring watching a
blue ribbon being pinned on the little
Jersey that he bought at the fair only
two years before.
Over $16,000.00 will be offered in
stock prizes alone. And then in addi
tion to this 11,500.00 will be offered
for poultry premiums, and large sums
for agricultural exhibits and woman's
The Poultry Show will be the big
gest in the history of the fair; the.
farm exhibits promise to be better
than ever before; the industrial dis
plays will be a splendid tribute to
the progress made by the South In
It is a great fair this Memphis fair.
It has been a great fair for several
years and just as an indication of how
splendidly it has grown , let it be
known that the live stock1 department
alone is now seven times as big as it
was in 1910.
Realizing that the visitors to the
fair will rel!sh modern amusement anJ
the best of it, the amusement commit
tee has provided not only splendid
harness race3 this year, but has also
made arrangements with several of
the most famous autpmobile speed
merchants in the country to battle for
trophies on the fast mile track.
One of the best handicaps of the
country has been booked for the fair,
and there will be an elaborate Horse
Show during the first four nights.
Every department of the fair this
year will be complete. It will be with
out a doubt the greatest fair that any
Southern city ever attempted, and it
is expected to draw an attendance that
will far pass previous years.
The railroads have joined with the
three states and city of Memphis In
making the fair a success and have
offered attractive rates. Local agents
at each station have full information
and will gladly furnish It for the ask
ing. It is understood that a great many
people in this section especially the
most enterprising of the local farm
ers and business men, have expressed
their intention of going to Memphis
for the fair.
In my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizzi
ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar
ailments,' Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, p
reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Q i
Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-five Q
years of solendld success Droves Its va!m Cinnd tnr w
young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents.
WOMAN IS QUEEN
-STATE FAIR OFFICIALS PAY
TRIBUTE TO GENIUS OF
ENTIRE BUILDING IS TURNED
OVER TO THEM AT
AUTO DEMONS AT THE FAIR
Memphis Will See World's Greatest
Speed Merchants in Races.
A pretty compliment was paid the
women of the South by the Tri-State
Fair Association when announcement
was made several years ago that an
eptire building at the Memphis Fair
would be turned over to them for their
This building has since that time
developed into one of the prettiest
and most interesting; spots on the
grounds, and is again in charge of the
women for the fair which opens Sep
It is safe to assert that it has more
men visitors than any other one build
ing at the fair, and this year the
ladies in charge of the Women's De
partment are determined to make it
even more attractive than before.
Miss Ada Harris, who has been chief
assistant and in the secretary's office
for a number of years, directress of
the department, announces that there
will be three divisions in which the
ladies of the three states may com
pete. They will be culinary, decora
tive art and textile.
Each one of these divisions has a
score or more of sections. For in
stance, in the culinary division there
is a section of catsups, pickles, canned
vegetables, fruits, marmalades and a
dozen other sections that make one's
Seven different kinds of pies are eli
gible for competition, but they will all
come under the general heading of
"pies like mother used to make." At
least that is provided they do not lock
them in a steel cage while the Judges
are examining their various good
points. v. j
All of which causes every able
bodied man at the fair to wish ha
were a Judge. '
SPEND YOUR VACATION
CODEN & BAYOU
LA BATRE. ALA.
Via MOBILE & OHIO RAILROAD
Low round trip fares from Union City, Tenn., and
intermediate agency stations to and including Way
nesboro, Miss. Tickets on sale Sundays and Mon
days Union City to Meridian, inc., and on Sundays
only South of Meridian, to and including December
27th 1915. Good for return to original Btarting
point 7th or 10th day from date of sale, according
to point at which sold.
FINE FISHING; salt water bathing; boating and
driving. Ample Hotel Accommodations. For illus
trated and descriptive pamphlet, show
ing exact fares, names of HotelB, etc.,
apply to Ticket Agents Mobile & Ohio
Railroad, or write G. E. ALLEN, Dis
trict Passenger Agent, Jackson, Tenn.
HARVEY E. JONES, Jr., General
Agent Passenger Department, Mobile.
'The examinations for teachers
license will be held as follows:
Houston for White Friday
and Saturday, Sept. 3 and 4th.
Houston for Colored Friday
and Saturday, Sept. 10 and 11th.
Okolona for White Friday
ahd Saturday, Sept. 17 and 18th.
Okolona for Colored Friday
and Saturday, Sept. 24 and 25th.
Geo. D. Riley,
J. C. Whiteside
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Good teams for country tr'os and
or outings is my specially
Cumb. 48, Indep.,
Some of the best known auto racers
m the country are going to stake life
and limb in mad dashes around the '
utile track at the Tri-State Fair this
yar, In their efforts to make new
speed records and incidentally win the
trophies offered by the Tri-State Fair
The fair will open September 26th
for ten days, and the last two Octo-;
ber 4th and 6th will have auto racing
as their chief amusement features.
Among the speed demons who have
already entered the races at the fair
ara Louis Disbrow, of international
fame;' Joe Bianchi, the great Italian
driver; Eddie Hearne, who has thrilled
tha thousands at the speedway meets.
and Johnny Raimey, of Cincinnati,
who has developed into one of the fast-,
est drivers in the business, and who
says that he is determined to make a
new record for himself at Memphis.
The track is in' fine shape and will
be given a few finishing touches. All
da&gar of accidents will be placed at
talnimum by police protection and
Special rates are being offered by
he railroads and a number of people
cm this section have signified their ?
itentlon of going to Memphis to see
lie fair and the race.
P&&Wfiv eefarcs r.65
Say, Yom !
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HOW about that printing
job you're in need of?
Come In and sec about
It at your first opportunity.
Don t wait until the very
last moment but ive us a
little tima and we'll show
you what high fade work
we can turn out
Invigorating to t:ie Pale and Sickly
The CM Standard ireneral strensrtheninir tonic.
GROVK'S TASTELESS chill TOF'C. drives out
Malaria.enrichesthe blood ,andbuil(k.upthesys-
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c
HERE 18 ONE OF THE PRIZE WINNERS AT THE TRI-STATE
FAIR LAST YEAR.
The Agricultural exhibits at the Memphis Tri-State Fair vie wiili .he ex
hibits of the Corn Club boys and the Tcmato Club girls for their artirfJo
'eauty. Above Is shown one of iha winners last year. It was the Iuderdale
County display, whirh won firt priza. The fair opens September 26th this
rear and runs ten days until October 5 lb.
If you intend
to have a -'
get our j
We are fixed for tumins
out work of this kind
in double-quick time.
Well, why doef oemaker's child
never have shoec . ' 'liy does the
average architect live in an ugly and
poorly planned honr? Why does the
modish dressmaku- usually look
dowdy? Why Is the Ircturer on the
"Duties ot a Mother" always a spin
cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cm.
The worst cases, no mattei of how lonr standing,
ire cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter' Antiseptic Healing' Oil. It rel:?vr
iin and Heals at the tame time. 25c. 50c. i-V.
Woman to Woman.
Aa a matter of fact, one woman la
as eager to pay another woman's ear
tare as one man la to pay anotharV
Piles Cared In 6 to 14 Days '
Tonr drtjgiflst will refund rnonej; If PA.ZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Bteedins or Protruding- Piles in 6 to 14 days.
The first application giTes Eaie and Rrj SQc
W. H. Hall,
"The Shoe Doctor" '
In Whiteside Building S Main St.
repair your SKoes while you
t my work pleases you tell others:
if it doesn't tell me.
I carry a line of cheap shoes.
.J. M. HALF. Y
Sells, Buys, or Exchanges
FARMS and CITY PROPERTY
at L. P. Haley's Law Office
Convenient. - -Estate
Agent (exhibiting property
to prospective tenants) And then thia
house is so conveniently located. Not
the slightest need of equipping It with
expensive clocks to tell the time a
train passes every five minutes on the
railroad not SO feet away.
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