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SOUTHERN STANDARD-MCMINN VILLE. TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1896
This powder never varies. A marvel of
1'urity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary Kinds, and
cunnflt be sold iu competition with the mul
titude of low test, short weight nllura or.
phosphate powders. Sulil on!; iu cans
Royal Making Powder Co., l(h Wall St.,
The registration law imssed by the
extra session of the Legislature ap
plies to the 1st civil district of Warren
county, and It therefore becomes nec
essary for every citizen who desires
to vote in the coming August election
to register. Messrs. L. D. Mercer and
W. A. Johnson are the registrars for
this district, and they have issued
notices that they will be at the Court-
lousein McMinnville from 8 o'clock
a.m., till -Op. m., every Friday and
Saturday for the next four weeks for
tho purpose of attending to this
duty. Every voter in the district
should register, otherwise ho will be
debarred from vpting.
W. H. MOORE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and ? ITJ.IF.ON,
Will b found at his dnii; store ut ail hours
unless professionally absent.
ALBERT SEITZ, M. D.,
Ofiiee with F. M. Smith, Ks.,
F.ast Main Street McMinnville, Tenn.
W. J. JOLLY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN hikI SPECIALIST.
Office at Residence, on West Main Street
J. M. BURGER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Uttice in l'otts isiock, iront room over
Peoples National Bank.
DR. M. ANDERSON
oilers his professional services to the people
or.Me.MiQnviiie ami vicinity.
Office in Potts Mock, over Peoples Nation
al Hank, room formerly occupid by Drs
(Slack b Ramsey.
Office over the
store of A. II
Gross, in Potts
At the Churches Tomorrow.
llev. J. T. Curry, pastor of the
Methodist Church,. is in. Nashville,
attending tho commencement exer
cises of Vanderbilt, and consequent
ly there will be no services at the
Methodist Church tomorrow.
Kev. F. L. Leeper will preach at
11 a. m., on the "Transfiguration of
Christ," text Mark 9, 2 to 10. Dr.
Stainback will preach in the Presby
terian Church at night.
Usual service at 11 a. m., by the
pastor, Dr. U. T. Stainback:. lhis
congregation will join with the Pres
byterian church in a union service
at night, sermon by Dr. Stainback.
The protracted meeting which has
been in progress in this church dur
ing the week will continue through
Smidiiv. Fblpr V.. A.fclnm hns hipn
preaching some very able sermons
during the week, to the manifest edi
fication of the large congregations
which have attended.
Usual services at 10 : 30 a. m. and
8 p. in., by the pastor, Dr. A. D.
Viola, Tenn., June 12, 1890. Mr.
Dearman of this place has something
bran new at his house, guess he will
call her "Sallle Ann."
The new Christian Church at this
place is completed. The brethren
will have it dedicated sometime in
the near future. Sunday School will
bo held there instead of Antioch
church, whicli will be locked up for
Mrs. M. J. Mabry is visiting her
parents in Jlutherford county this
Prof. Babbitt is in Louisville, and
expects to visit other places of inter
est during vacation.
Mrs. V. II. Brown and her son,
little Harry, of Fort Paine, Ala.,
came up yesterday to spend the sum
mer with Mrs. B's father, Mr. T. J.
C. C. Ramsey and his son David
ouipi'i-u i lutui Ul line KUUU.-i 11113
Miss Edna Davidson of Wartrace,
who has been visiting relatives here
for two or three weeks, loft for her
lome Tuesday morning.
Mrs. M. F. McCulloch and Miss
Mollie Mabry are visiting in Tulla-
homa this week. Mrs. . McCulloch
will visit relatives at Jefferson before
Mr. Win. Ramsey is repairing and
painting his dwelling this week.
Miss Maria Lou Stainback of Mc
Minnville, is visiting Miss Carrie
Garner this week.
Mrs. L. P. Sain spent the day
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Dr. E. II. Jones was summoned
yesterday to swann's aim to set a
broken limb for a son of Mr. Calla
Miss Julia Potter, one of Smith
ville's charming young ladies, is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. E. II. Jones.
Mr. win. Biles and Mrs. Susan
Ramsey, of McMinnville, were visit
ing on the creek this week.
The Fourth of July Picnic.
The committee of the different or
ders will meet at the courthouse
Thursday the 19th.
I. O. (). F. Committee : 11. Palter
son, J. (i. Harris, A. II. Gross. K.
of II. Committee : NY. G. Rrittain, II.
Rahtn, Sain Denby. K. andL. ofH. :
J. G. Harris, S. T. Lively, 1. Gross.
F and L. U. Committee : Dr. Sage,
NY. II. Henderson, F. Grizzle.
It will be the duty of these commit
tees to select a place suitable for the
picnic, and attend to other business.
Mr. M. A. Dudley of Nebraska,
has purchased the Nicholson Springs
property, six miles from McMinn
ville, on Barren Fork river, and has
been engaged for several weeks in
making some extensive improve
ments. The sulphur water is now
pumped up to the hotel through por
celain pipes, and a number of bath
rooms built, where both hot and cold
water baths can be had. Several
new boats have been put in the river,
and obstructions removed so . as to
make pleasant rowing for a consider
able distance both up and down the
stream. The great curative powers of
the water and the various other at
tractions of the place will doubtless
draw a large crowd of visitors during
the coming season.
The telephone line is completed to
Crossville and messages have been
transmitted during this week
C. 1). Kiger and C. B. Yv'oodfin of
South Tittsburg, Tenn., have pur
chased the Herald office and will
move it to that place and start ft new
Misses Emma and Annie Broyles,
two of NVhite county's most popular
young ladies, graduated with high
honors at the C F. College at Mc
Minnville last week, and returned
home the later part of the week.
John Holder, who shot and killed
John S. Ilalterman last Wednesday
morning, was re-arrested Monday
and placed under a bond of $-"000 for
his appearance before a Justice Court
at Doyle today (Friday.) It is claim
ed by the prosecution that the case is
not a bailable one under the laws of
the State. There was also a large
damage suit brought against Mr.
Holder at the same time.
Subscribe for the Standard. $1.
Died At Daylight, Tenn., June
5th, ISiM), after an illness of six weeks,
Mrs. Mary Ilenegar, wife of J. B
Ilenegar. Mrs. Ilenegar came to
Tennesse when quite a child, with
her parents. Some six years ago she
was married to Mr. J. B. Ilenegar,
with whom she lived very happily up
to the hour of her death. Onlya short
time before she breathed her lasf she
called her sorrowing friends and rela
tives around her bedside and bade
them an affectionate farewell. Calmly
and earnestly she spoke to those
around her, requesting one and all to
meet her in heaven, regretting only
to leave her beloved husband. Mrs,
Ilenegar was the last of her family,
father, mother, and loving sisters
having nreeeeueu her. The corn1.
munity in which she lived has bc?n
robbed of one of its brightest orna
ments, and her husband has lost a
treasure which pearls and rubies
could not replace.
A merry voice whicli rang of erst,
Amid the pleasant scenes of home,
More joyous than music-burst,
That to the dreamer's ear doth come.
A happy voice, where every tone
Was fraught with gladness deep,
Hath passed from earth, its echo gone,
And they who loved are left to weep.
McMinnville, Tenn., June 11, 1800.
Dibrell, Tenn., June 11, lS'.iO Fine
showers; corn growing; oats im
proving : wheat almost an entire fail
Mr. P. Jones' wife died last week,
and was quietly laid away at Bethel.
The framing for our high school is
being placed on the ground. May
the work be pushed right along till
Mr. Clark Womack was here yes
Mr. II. B. Evans and Mr. James
Maddux, from Mechanicsville, are
down this week having a pleasant
time with the girls.
Mr. George Potter, agent for It. II.
Tittsworth's nurseries, was calling
Mr. Jas A. Newby returned from
Nashville Monday evening. .
Mr. Rebel Potter was taking a ride
with his girl yesterday, and having a
Miss Jennie Broyles, from White
county, Jis the guest of Miss Delia
Firm Sparkman we,nt down the
creek this morning with a mower in
search of something to do.
Lvery tissue of the bouy, every
bone, muscle and organ, is made
stronger and more healthful by the
use of Hood's Sartiparilla.
DO you want clean hands and faces. Wc have opened
and placed on our counters tins week the following
lot of drummer's samples, which we are selling at wholesale
prices. Come at once and see theiii.
"We start them at 2hc. You uujrht.see those we sell at 10,
and 15 cents. YVe have a very large assortment at 11 h
and. 20 cents. f Fine decorating towels at 30c, 40c, 0i "4c.
(30c, and on to $1.00.
40 DOZEN FINE LINEN NAPKINS
from 07ic to $3,75. Most of these goods are large avA
white. They arc marked at just what they are wortj
A- -NICE- -LINE- -OF- -TABLE- -COVERS-
from G5c t'o $2.00. They are 2 and 2h yards long, and very
30 MKRSEILLGS QUIL-TS 30
AVe login in quilts at GTic and run them t $3.00.
the time to get something beautiful, and now is the
Irving College, June 10, 1390. NVe
are having pleasant showers now and
all growing crops are looking much
Detter. corn anu oats are growing
rapidly, and wheat, though poor in
quality, is being harvested.
Miss Ersa Parks returned from Jim
Card well's last Saturday, where she
had been yisiting for a week.
Mrs Mary Tipps and Miss Ella
Hayes made a tlying visit to Yiola
one day last week, returnim: the
Miss Mattie Willis of Yiola, was
visiting friends in this community
Mr. Tom Reeves and Mr. Dillard
Thaxton of Yiola, visited "their
folks" here last Sunday. Come
Mrs. Parks, who has been very sick
for two weeks is recovering. Her
daughter Mrs. Martha Card well, who
has been here nursing her, returned
home last Sunday.
Mr. Carrol Parks, Jr., was up last
Saturday on a visit, returning Sun
day. Mr. O. F. Bruster was in our midst
today soliciting votes enough to elect
him Trustee of Warren County.
Rev. NV. P. Simms preached at He
bron Saturday night and Sunday
night, and at St. Mary Sunday morn
ing and afternoon.
Mrs. Mary Hill, who has been visit
ing her brother at Pelham for a
month, returned 1iome Saturday.
We have put all our LADIES' VESTS at 25 Cents. Only
a few left.
We have just placed a WINDOW SHADE ordvr that will enable
us to fit any window not over 40 inches wide, at low prices.
We put fhem un in city limits.
We have taken the agency for a
3H IAMBS' $2.00 and $2.50 SII'OBKS-
Call and sec them. They promise to figure prominently in
the shoe department. Sizes from 2 to (.
We Handle J. & P. Coats' Thread.
TmRMm mnoB& Co
Don't Be Too Positive.
Boys, don't be too certain. Re
member that nothing is easier than
to be mistaken ; and if you permit
yourself to be so very positive in
your mistakes a great many times,
everybody will loose confidence in
what you say. Never make a pos
itive statement unless you know it is
as you say. If you have any doubts,
or if there is room for any, remove
the possibility by examination be
fore speaking, or speak cautiously.
Don't be too certain. "John, where
is the hammer?" "It is in the corn
crib. " "No it is not there; I have
just been looking there. " "Well I
know it is ; I saw it there not half an
hour ago. " "If you saw it there, it
must be there, of course ; but suppose
you go and fetch it." John goes to
the corn-crib, and presently returns
with a small axe in his hand. "Oh,
it was the axe I saw ; the handle was
sticking out from a half-bushel meas
ure ; I thought it was the hammer. "
"Jiut you saui positively that you
did see the hammer,, not that you
thought you saw it. There is a great
difference between the two answers,
Do not permit yourself to make a
positive statement, even about
small matter, unless you are quite
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
MORFORD & BILES
ARE ACiENTS FOR
The Buckeye Mower, the lightest draught and most durable Mower made. A1m Buckeye
liinders, Hay Kakes, Ihresliers, (. lover Hullers, hngines, I ider Mills, Straw Cutters, Corn
Shellers, Giant Cane Mills, and all kinds of Farm Implements.
c manulacttire l-.vaporatois, and have a car load of ieunessee Wagons. A large
stock of Plows, Stoves, l rou, Hardware, Oil Taints, Windows, Doors, Ciuni Belting and
We will sell Machinesand Wagons as cheap as they can be bought iu Nashville and
save you the freight. We buy direct from first hands und sell for Small Profits.
MORFORD & BILES, (old stand.)
W. H. MOORE, M.D.
Viola, Te nn,
Keeps on hand a full stock of
Drags, Medicines, Chemicals,
PAINTS, OILS, EXTRACTS, DYE STUFFS, '
AND DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
sure ; for if you do, you will find the
habit growing upon you, and bye
and bye you begin to make loose re
plies to questions of great importance.
Don't be too certain. "
Great Reduction in Price of Giant
You can buy a good Giant Cane
Mill from Morford & Biles at $20.
Every farmer should have one and
make his own sorghum.
A Child Killed.
Another child killed by the use of
opiates given in the form of Soothing
Sprup. Why mothers give their
children such deadly poison is sur
prising when they can relieve the
child of its peculiar troubles by using
Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It con
tains no opium or morphine. Sold
by W. II. Fleming. 2
ran tmf. hlood.
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