Clippings for 1908
hasn’t as yet showed up.
Patrick is visiting in Booneville.
Price is visiting in Booneville.
Coolidge of Memphis is a visitor here today.
Sutton from West Point is in the city today.
Epps is spending a few days in Memphis.
Williams of Memphis is visiting Ed and Will Henry.
Taylor and wife left yesterday for a visit to Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Johnsey and son are spending a few days with friends in Booneville.
Mr. and Mrs.
A.A. McLeran of Grand Junction, Tennessee were visitors here
Broyles is entertaining her Sunday School class with a picnic at
Kimmons’ spring today.
Candler, Jr., left last night for Hot Springs, Arkansas. She was
accompanied as far as Memphis by her sister, Mrs. A.S. Hazlewood.
Delp and Sons had the misfortune to lose one of their horses last night.
It was one of the blacks used in the transfer service and they had only
recently purchased him.
Park in Memphis burned at an early hour this morning. The fire started in
the theatre and burned rapidly until all the buildings were destroyed. The
loss is over $20,000.
Henry, the local strawberry king, has been busy with his crop the past
week or so, marketing, as usual, the premium berries grown in this section.
He presented "The Corinthian" a box yesterday, the berries something similar
in size to the hailstones that recently fell in our midst.
Carleton of St. Louis is in the city.
Harris is spending a few days in Verona.
Hailey, visited in Booneville yesterday.
Ballard of Tupelo was a visitor here yesterday.
Rogers from Grand Junction, Tennessee, is in the city.
Daniel is attending the K. of P. convention in Vicksburg.
is in Vicksburg attending the K. of P. convention.
Richardson, postmaster at Kossuth, is a visitor here today.
Mr. and Mrs.
E.L. Selby of Rienzi were visitors here yesterday.
Ledbetter and children left today for a visit to Itta Bena.
Hill and little son, William, are visiting relatives in Okolona.
Birdie Ijams and Helen Sanders visited in Wenasoga yesterday.
Henderson is the guest of friends and relatives in Savannah, Tennessee.
Pankey and chldren visited Mrs. Bryant in Moscow, Tennessee,
Mr. and Mrs.
S.J. Richey are spending a few days with relatives in New Albany.
Blake of Galveston, Texas, was among the Cox House guests
Love returned today to her home in Memphis, after a visit to relatives
Burnett and Miss Josie Burnett returned last night from a
visit to Fulton, Kentucky.
Meeks and T.A. Kirkland are in Jackson where the State Physicians
McKenzie of Guntown spent yesterday in the city enroute home from a
visit to Memphis.
McAmis is in Greenwood attending the Retail Hardware Association.
morning a band of marauders, supposedly from Kentucky, ruined the tobacco
beds on the farm of Henry Kelser. They dug a grave, put in an old
sword, a box of matches and a note warning Kelster(?) that if he
attempted to raise anymore tobacco he would occupy the grave. The farmers
are alert and expect more trouble.
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Corinthian" is authorized to announce E.S. CANDLER, JR., of Alcorn
County, as a candidate for re-election to Congress from this, the First
District of Mississippi, subject to the action of the Democratic party.
Corinthian" is authorized to announce GEO. T. MITCHELL, of Lee
County, as a candidate for Congress from this, the First District of
Mississippi, subject to the action of the Democratic party.
Corinthian" is authorized to announce the following candidates for city
offices, election to be held in October:
FOR MAYOR (T.E.
Henry and J.P. Collier)
MARSHAL (H.B. Rowell and W.A. Slaughter)
TREASURER (E.T. McCullar and C.C. Dalton)
FOR CITY TAX
COLLECTOR (W.R. Boone and J.A. Price)
CLERK (Benj. R. Warriner)
Rinehart of Booneville is visiting in the city.
delicious Soda Water. H.E. Walker Drug Co. Always the best.
Cumby, mother of the late J.M. Cumby, died at her home, four
miles east of Corinth yesterday. She was about 85 years of age and was one
of the oldest residents of this section.
Special, 15 cents; Chop Suey Sundae, 10 cents; Mile Chocolate, 5 cents; Pure
Orangeade, 5 cents; Grape Juice Phosphate, 5 cents. H.E. Walker Drug
Co. Phone 23.
Barnett has purchased the Electric Theatre and will conduct the business
at the same stand. Every effort will be made to secure the very best views
and make the place an attractive one in the amusement line.
mothers, worn out by the peevish, cross baby have found "Cascasweet" a boon
and a blessing. "Cascasweet" is for babies and children, and is especially
good for the ills so common in this weather. Look for the ingredients
printed on the bottle. Contains no harmful drugs. Sold by Corinth Drug Co.