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THE NEWS SCIMTTAJ? TWO. - - 1 1 s ' ! n . i, -rr-nh i i ' ' h ,ta ''"'' J- '-" v J '" , THURSDAY h h ? h " rii Jim Kelly massaged egg crates in t, the rube village and developed a mighty , kick in his fists. Then he fell in love , i y -. and won his first fight when he out- ; , . j drank the city fellow at his girl's soda t ; ' 4 fountain. Later to retrieve his good ; f name and mend his romance, Kelly gets , - ;. -.5 i g into the squared' arena and knocks his " .j f-'' adversary stiff. It's comedy and action r, . !V 1 I gdord V, ? ; m i p i . , E :r 111 rf5 .fki 5i t i 9 PI Lj 5' I I ; Crate l.f ii wallop -fe b i: 8 I 1 - a B u - 1 : TVr , j WALLACE , I V xf VN .3 REID K'.'.-a -LJ i JAMES W. MAYES HEADS KENTUCKY HOG BREEDERS HICKMAN, Ky., PnX- (Ppl. At a meeting held In IuiriU by th Ken lucky iwlnr Breeders' automation. Jm w. Maydg, )0unf trmr of Hlrkman, u elected ai praldit for the eniln year. Mr. Uaym owna Kdxevood farm, Juat eaat of llirkmn, which, in addition to ltd fine herds. Is atrlollv modern In ap pointment, with modurn feeding ap pliance. Alao at that farm one may w tii larnst hoe In weatera Kn tueky, posalblv In the tat, 31a:P" hire boar welfhtntt 1,900 pounds. in addition to aeverai hundred neaa of fine Hampahlre hoir? Mr. Maye has a fin herd of thoroughbred Hampshire sheep, and alao ha the only poultry hcu-e In the county built according to pelfica.tlona of the agricultural deportment. A i rt-TVi - II HENRY COUNTY IS TO ENFORCE SCHOOL LAW PARI8. Tenn.. Sent. 44. (8r.l -Th comDulaorv achool lawi of Henry county win d rigioiy enionsed witnin tne i-aria chool diBtrlct, according to a atatement made by Huperlntendent M. M. Phllllpa. i law reaulrea very child between the a gen of 7 and It, Inclusive, to at tend Bchool. I-Jvery day the child l abaent with out a justifiable excuse, Ita parents or guardians re guilty of mNdemennor and are aubject to arret and a fine of 13 and coata for the firm ortenne ana 15 to J50 for each auhnenuent offenae. ,T. R. Watere. Jeff Burnett and J. C. Sander were arraigned before Squire w. H. Krwln and fined Vi each and coats bacauee their children were not attend ing acnool, PLAN TO RETAIN MARCH AS GENERAL HITS SNAG WAHHINOTON. Sent. J4 Plana to give Chief of Btaff March a permanent rank oi general In the army nave atruuK another anag In congreaa, thia time In IaNked by Secretary Baker to make the I guneral'a promotion a apecUU order of I bualnesg In the houae. ' I Although President Wllaon, In asking congrftaa to confer the permanent rank I on Hen. Perahlng, aaked the aam for J (en. March, congreaa gav the coveted '-. ' I rank only to the commander of th 1- '- American expeditionary force a. War de- . i iiartment officials, feeling that the v i hlef of ataff should nave gome rewiuru for hie part in the winning or me war, HNkiwl ponarea to reconsider Ita refusal. 4 There la mucn opposition, nowever, to tne proposal. YAZOO MAN SEARCHES FOR STORM VICTIMS TAZOO CITY. Mlaa.. Bent. 24,-Word was received In Yaioo City late yester day by th friends of J, T. White, who lift here last Thursday, that no trace could be found to this time of his mother, sister and brother-in-law, and two nieces who perished In the cyclone at Corpus Chrlatl about ten days ago. tie will continue the search in tne hope I that he may later be successful. The family, composed of Mrs. woia Whit and her daughter and aon-ln-law, Mr. and Mr. Hugh Stockton and Elisa beth and Ixla Stockton, happened to be In th olty of Corpus Christ 1, while Mr. Whit s miner waa on a rancn a snort dlstkfio from the olty and did not learn of the tragedy untP ie visited th olty later. He Immedla. ,y wired his son in lasoo uuy. 66 MISSISSIPPIANS JOIN ARMY IN MONTH JACKSON. Miss.. Bent. S4. I Only Mlssiasipplas have been enlisted (Spl. In the army thus far this month, the lrS)(aJ L COMBINATION RANGE iQlil 0il8tr0i0i1 Will Soon Be Over ' DON'T MISS IT Whether you need a new range or not you're come to be miehty.BOrry if you miss seeing the famous Vfuel-burnW UNIVERSAL- COMBI NATION RANGE. One of the most interesting events ever held in our store. Come tomorrow. See the great outstanding advantages of this .wonderful range. ,Its perfection as a gas range . J i.1 nl..Hll.U .-.iVt .r-VJnll or a coai range unu we snjiui:itv mtu it can be converted from one to another. c C c I AJ-artr- T-i.i ..... t....(yi LL.. -niN Wt ''!. ii mm U. S. BUILDING NEW TANK SMALLER THAN WHIPPET WASHINGTON, Sept. 24 A nw mllltarv tank, even smaller than th "whippet" ued so successfully. In France In the closing week of the war, Ik lielna nmduced sa an experiment by tlin armv ordnance bureau. Beyond th I Baton fet that it will weigh only three tons I weeks. headquarters office ef th Mississippi recruiting service her announces, two recruiting parties, with Shelby officers in ctiaxga, are touring in siaio. Another party, compbseil of Capt. C, B. Wilson, Army Nurse Ethel Mitchell, and two privates, are touring th stat In a motor atnbulanc seeking recruits for the medical oorpa. ,Thia party also Is from Whelby. The recruiting office her announces th hand of th 57th Infantry will visit Natch and vickanurg en ' rout to Rouge within tne, next tew i, o-k.ln.it nl fnr tii "flarhtln flivver' no dciuiia nave oeen lnaue puoiiu. ine tank program of the war department, in SICK SCHOOLBOY IS. IN STRANGE DELIRIUM BLUB MOUNTAIN, Mlas., Sept 24. UrJ A ntiHi-Hta cilm of nmiruHthAfitn LITTI F RflPK WOMAN . Ii" dvlopd hr. th victim being a L.IIILC nU0f KVUIVIHIa . w.ai..old student of Mlsslsalnr.1 IS HURT IN WRECK "vveart?demy' wh0 nlered eludes 4.000 five-ton, 2.800 10-ton, 400 JO -Urn and 27 is-ton traitors, sou six ton and 100 30-ton tanks, and li of the I1WW Miira-ivu iwinn. . r mwraoM't, "v. t a . a The lad fancies that he waa doped by ALBlQt.HRQtE. N M.. Sept. 24.- rairoad agent on his way to school, The collision of reel-bound passenger d wh(.n th(, sp,,n comeg upon him he train No. 1. Atchison. Topeka ft Santa come wild, being unable to shake iiadp tCAnne.lv. fC. M with H. lirht . . ! -u . enalne vesterdav tore u- a cons stretch of track and eat-bound trains , htH e,.,)emy notified the boy1 were held her until this morning Hoth " u of nls 'plRht and they have engines were badly damaged and three R hlm to Memphls tor apecial med- ju"d rrgTH were Mri. ' Francs. attntton. litkl..,..ll, I UHa t,-.t ifli lata I 1 ffi-:.t.tll Pori NATCHEZ ORGANIZES FOR FIFTEEN PENSIONERS DIE. RIPI.KY, Mlna., Sept. St. (SpU - number 1SI. She'll Be First . Lady In Baseball If the Reds Win mn m-rt L?at mti o tfc J 22 OUTSTANDING FEATURES pnpp During Demonstration" rilEiC With Every Universal 18-I1ye t Genulnn Alunitnutn Kitchrn Wart, (Jiiariuitcvil Twrnly Yrara. Your Old Stove As Part Payment NEW SCENIC HIGHWAY WATPltlW. Ml.. Rent. !t. (8nl. The Tippah county pension ' board' met OrganliBtlon'of the Adams ' wuV "n" In Ripley a few daya ago and found of the ln H. Jl""" .n18?1, X" VnJ that 15 pensioners OI tnis oouniy naa "- i1""1 ,'. , i ii died since the Inst meeting. Six new officers and directors: President. M. R. ! applications ware allowed by the board. Heltsnoover; 'X- Th total pensioner on tne rou now niof, ""'"7 , "" AI "Z;Zr. n nZ ham Morris. O. W. Powtett, Jamea v Kelly, M. V. Vaughan. City directors, V. T). Mounger, Chsrlea Barchua, n 't. Henderson, Judge Richard F. Reed, I. K. Illghtower, MEMPHIS CHEMISTS EXAMINE VISCERA JONRSBORO, Ark., Rep. 24. (Spl.1 Dr. Thad ratliem received a m8nage today from Memphis chemists who have been making an exininiin i tain whether Mrs, L, W. Hneed met her death by strychnin poisoning, to the effect that there was strong presump tion that strychnine waa In the abdom inal viscera. Th messag also siaiea mat mo r amln&tlon would be completed in a fw daya. HENRY COUNTY BAPTISTS TO RAISE $300,000 nirjtQ t..n i f.n TIenrv county 6aptltS are 'xpeclcd to ralae 1100,060 In the JT5.000.OOO drive to be launched by Southern Baptists. This sum was greater than any assessment of Went Tennessee aaeoclatlons exoept that at Memphis ana jacason. . $2 A WEEK NO MATTER WHAT YOU NEED FOR THE HOME, RHODES WILL SAVE YOU MONEY Ml ?Fl ii 1 1 4 ft, IS s .: c d LE DPI CANNOT CHANGE SPOTS ?iifi(l",liHJ3 . COBMLR MAIN AND J FFER-CN Read News Scimitar Want Ads. MRS. AT MORAN. When rnt Moran entered his hous one day last spring and said to .Mr. M.iihii, "l'c slK'i-d to innnng th UiOb " Kite probably said; ".Ml right, el s give them a pennant." She tooks ju-t Ilk that kind of Helpmate. Th tliev cop the world series, too, Mr. Momn may sell be called th first lady of bHseball for Pat will be king In th baseball world. . , Mr. Dodson, the "Liver Tone" Man, Tel2a the Treachery of Calomel. Calomel lose you a day! Tou know what calomel la. It mrcury: quick sllver. Caloml Is Aangerous. It Oraahes Into sour bile IIU dynamite, ernmping and sickening ycu. Calomal attscka th bones and should never be put Into your When you feel bPloiia. ugglth. con. sMpated and all knocked out and b Hev you need a dea of dangernti ca'ei mi tint remember that your drul ell for a few centa a large bottle of Dodson' l iver Tone, which )s entlrelv vegetable and n'easant to taka and Is a perfect sunetltute tor calomel. It Is guaranteed to atart your Itver without stirring you up Inside, and - can not Don t tas csiome.: il can not o trii'ted any wore than leopard or a wl'd-oat. Take Idion'H Uvtr Tone which straightens you right up and niake you. feev'fln. Otv it to tlw ehiidren boca.ua It la perfectly harm. lea and doesn't grip. j adv. WHEN YOU COME TO THE CD YOU are earnestly and most cordially invited to visit our establishment at 103 S. Main , St.. between the Peabody and Gavoso Ilotels. Come even if to merely "shop. While we would prefer not to have the appearance of boasting, we do have the right : V n ctuo na fnrta that wA nrp tlift nnlv One Prife-No Commission piano house in Mem- nhi's that the instruments we handle are generally acknowledged the'best that skill, research, ;enius and money can produce and that m purenasing of us you are assureu vs. mgut,BI( 4ij, honest values at the right prices. - v , . teinay Uprights Grands ' . , ' Steinway Pianola Player-Pianos Steinway Reproducing Pianos One Price Will Save You Money . JplfUrr i ' Q 1 1 hu ff m B u "ealll Illllll'HIl' . . a j ' 2, fjv- pianos Vr : B . SySiiSei-eMeaEii.iiiii Hi, ,i bo le-Jins, 9 . ! HJ ew - , J : .::..? , McFhail I.,' ':: v 'TV! ii nanus PIANOLA There is but one ' Pianola. It is a player-piano manufactured only by the Aeolian Co. It is obtainable ex?. clusiveljr at ' our store in certain -models. It contains features of the utmost importance to" the player owner which are not -to be found-ia-wiy. other player-piano. i f' I One Price Will Save You Money ; ' '. 1 . a . . v The Vietrola The Vietrola is the only talking machine that will do justice to the wonderful voice of famous artists who make the noted Red Seal Records. Prices on most Red Seal Records are now ex actly one-half less than formerly. Ask for cata logue . :' One Price Will Save You Money i I 0( m ici eM amo I C 1 Ihese Pianos almost sell themselves. , At tractive prices of the highest grade and .. . most artistic in every way. v One Price Will Save You Money Probably the most popular home piano in the United States. Baby Grands at ; particularly low prices. One Price Will Save You Money s McPhail Pianos have been made in Boston for years and years and years. - We have sold thou- sands Grands arid Uprightsmade to last and unusually durable. - , ' One Price Will Save You Money J I ton tiiue Space dpes not permit mentioning raaerpkn did instruments we carrj . : itt:-. ;, if iSfjn iieaaQuaricxs itii :ii-uou iwuo, uuv wouup crs' Supplies, Violins, Drums :'anmaU musicukir: merchandise. i s: ' r-jVpJ:- .'