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SOUTHERN STANDARD-M.cMINNVI LLE, , TENNESSEE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, lan.
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Are you for a hog law ?
Lap dusters at cost at Maddux's.
A. M. Jones wants 50 bushels of
House for rent. Apply to J. II.
Grapes and fruits of all kinds at
And still the McMinnviile mar
ket isn't Hooded with line peaches.
Fine Watermelons 10 to 20 cents,
at J. W. Gray's.
Take you onions to A. M. Jones,
lie wants 50 bushels.
Best bread, 3 dime loaves for a
quarter at the Bakery.
Select brands of tobacco and ci
gars at D. O. Jenkins'.
For the best soda water and milk
shake go to J. W. Gray's.
You will find pure kettle-rendered
leaf lard ut 1). O. Jenkins'.
Mrs. V. H. York is visiting her
sister in the country this week.
J. V. Gray received a car load of
Georgia Watermelons this week.
A fevv more lap dusters to be
closed out at cost. W. S. Maddux.
Miss Ruby Wallace went home
with her sister, Mrs. Clute, last Satur
Go to W. S. Maddux's and get a
nice lap duster for cost. Only a few
Messrs. W. S. Moore and F. ().
Watts, of Union City, are visiting
A large stock of fresh stick and
fancy candy just opened at D. O.
A. P. Seitz has been opening up
his new stock in the Mason block
Mrs. Belle Randolph of Carthage
is visiting relatives and friends here
When will the Board pass that
hog law they were discussing a few
weeks ago ?
Mrs. Jos. Hopkins of Sparta is
on a visit to relatives in this place
Lawn tennis is becoming quite
a popular game with some of our
Did you know you could buy
thirteen two-cent stamps for a cent
and a quarter '.'
Miss Edna KeKon, after a visit
to friends in Smithvillc, returned
Several loads of fine Cannon
County watetiuelons have been sold
here this week.
Dr. Tlios. Black and Mr. G. A.
Reams spent a couple of days at
Reersheba this week. "
Mr. J. W. Snodgrass, of Tracy
City, is spending a few days with his
family here this week.
Numerous wheat wagons from
Cannon and DeKalb counties are
seen on our streets daily.
Mrs. T. (). Bagley came up from
Fayetteville last Tuesday to spend a
week with relatives here.
Mrs. Knther Rheay of Manches
ter was visiting relatives and friends
here a few days this week.
Mr. R. W. P.lnkley.wife and son,
of Nashville, are at the Warren
lii ue to spend a few weeks.
Miss Lillian Biles and MissLillie
Atkinson went up to Sparta Wednes
day for a week's visit to friends.
-Miss Ida Woinuck returned
Louie last Tut sihiy from a visit of
two or three wets to Fayittiville.
. Mr. Ovid Sparksf after a visit of
seyeral weeks to his parents here,
returned to Chattanoga last Monday.
Mrs. J. L. Year wood of Dillton,
arrived and will spend several weeks
with her mother and other relatives
here, : iyi
Miss Nannie Brittain left Wed
nesday . morning for Cornersville,
where she will teach for another ses
sion. Miss Mamie Wilson, a charming
young lady of Nashville, is visiting
her friend, Miss Emma St. John, in
this county. '
Mrs. S. II.1 Gardner, of Birming
ham, Ala., Js.here to spend a few
weeks with the family of her brother-ln-aw,
Mr. Frank Maddux.
Doctors Jolly & Seitz have se
cured two of the elegant office rooms
up stairs in Mason's new block, and
moved into them yesterday.
Mrs. S. J. Walling and children,
ofBrownvvood, Texas, arrived today
(Friday) to spend several weeks with
her mother, Mrs. O. Mitche.U.
Mrs. F. P. Clute and Miss Mary
Clute, of South Pittsburg, after a
visit of two weeks to Mrs. C's parents
here, returned home last Saturday.
Mr. Frank Spurbck and wife ar
rived on the late train last Saturday
night, from Chattanooga, and will
probably remain here for another
J. P. Gartner respectfully requests
you to call and settle your account
with him. If you owe him anything
this is personal and . applies to you
Dr. Ben M. Stainback arrived at
noon today (Friday) from Memphis,
to spend two or three weeks with his
wife and baby, who have been at his
father's for some time.
Miss Jean M. Thomas, of Nash
ville, after a pleasant visit of two
weeks here, during which she ma
terially enlarged her circle of friends,
returned home Wednesday.
Messrs Sam L. and Warner Col
ville, of Kansas City, Mo., are on
a visit to their home folks here, after
an absence of three years. They
will remain for several weeks.
Mr. Elijah Lusk, formerly of
this county, but now a resident of
Bell county, Texas, has been visiting
relatives and friends in this vicinity
for a week. He will return to Texas
Mr. John Ramsey and his two
daughters, Mrs. R. B. Womack and
Mrs. L. G. Duncan, arrived from
Bowling Green, Ky., last Tuesday,
and will spend a few weeks among
relatives and friends here.
Several couples of young ladies
and gentlemen took an early horse
back ride to Ben Lomond this -(Friday)
morning, getting breakfast on
the mountain. They left town at 5
o'clock and returned about nine.
Mrs. W. L. Garner and daughter,
Miss Carrie, who had been visiting
friends in town for-a week, returned
to their home at Viola Thursday, ac
companied by Miss Mamie Brown,
who will visit them for a week or
W. S. Maddux has his store
room again filled with a large stock
of single and double harness, saddles,
etc. He can supply you with any
thing you want in the harness line,
either home made or Eastern work at
lowest prices for cash.
Mr. II. M. Street, proprietor of
the bakery, has just completed a new
oven and baking room, some fifty or
sixty feet in the rear of his store
room on Main Street. In the change
he enlarged the capacity of his oven,
and is now prepared to supply every
demand in his line.
Misses Susan Parker and Laura
Smith, of Warren, Ohio, after spend
ing a few days with Mr. J. M. Live
ly's family, left for Monteagle Thurs
day, via Beersheba. They placed an
order with Messrs. W S. Lively &
Co., to buy a lot and build a cottage
for them on Ben Lomond, which
they will occupy next summer.
Mr. Soloman Mullicah, a clever
and affable young gentleman from
North Warren, who has been clerk
ing for Messrs. J. C. M. Ross ASon
for about a year, has resigned his po
sition and been succeeded By Mr. Jno.
II.Wood.who is one of McMinnville's
most popular young men. He will
be glad to serve his numerous friends
in his new quarters.
The picker building of the Annis
Cotton Mills has risen rapidly from
the ashes. The building will be
covered with iron and ceiled with
iron, and will be absolutely fire
proof. The new machinery was
shipped from Lowell, Mass., the first
o this week. The factory will
douLile-s ,t running ngiin within
two weeks from this date.
, The farmers of Warren County
should keep in mind the, appoint
ment of Prof. Thos. J. Ogilvic, As
sistant Superintendent of Agriculture,
to deliver an address on Agriculture
at the courthouse in McMinnviile on
Monday, Aug. 17th, at which time a
farmers' institute will be organized.
Prof. Garrett, State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, will also be
present'and deliver an address on the
occasion. . ,
! Dr.; M. II. Fitts, who moved
from this place to Ridgedale, a sub
urb of Chattanooga, a few months
ago and engaged in the drug busi
ness, was burned out last Sunday
morning His loss is reported at
$1,200, insurance $1,000. He was al
so postmaster at Ridgedale, and kept
the office in his drug store, but suc
ceeded in saving the mails. The
doctor's many friends here sympa
thize with him in the misfortune.
llomesteil Fertilizers. '
Wheat growers will find a full sup
ply of this reliable Fertilizer for sale
by Mead & Ritchey.
We will pay 85 cents per bushel
cash for good wheat, or will give In
exchange for wheat 35 lbs of fine
flour and 15 lbs bran to. the bushel. ,
Falcon Roller Mill Co.
Notice to Siovtsmen
All persons are forbidden to hunt
or shoot upon the lands of the Coffee
estate. Any one shooting upon the
premises, or upon the roads or streets
surrounding same in future will bo
prosecuted to full extent of the law.
R. M. Rkams, Agt.
Transferred to McMinnviile.
John Tipton, who was sentenced
to the Davidson County jail for three
months at the last term of the Feder
al Court for illicit distilling has been
transferred to the jail at McMinnviile.
We have been very.very indulgent
to our customers. Many of our ac
counts are now more than a year
past due. We must have money to
buy our fall stock. All notes and
accounts past due and not paid by
Sept. 1st, will be placed in the hands
of an officer for collection.
MouFonn fc Co.
The City Schools.
The City School (white) will open
Monday, August 17th. I will be
gin issuing tickets Monday,. August
10th. All pupils who intend enter
ing will please secure their tickets
next week, in older to avoid the rush
on the morning of openiug,
R. M. Rkams, Sec'y.
All parties indebted to the Mc
Minnviile Hardware Co., composed
of Mbffitt & Smith, must settle their
notes and accounts by the 1st Mon
day in September. All notes and ac
counts unpaid at that date will be
placed into the hands of officers.
Please call and settle promptly, and
you will greatly oblige us.
Mt'MlNXVILLE IIakdwakk Co.
For the J log Law.
Mr. Editor. In the Standard
of July 25th your item respecting a
hog law is somewhat indefinite. Does
the consideration mean hogs off the
streets? If yes, all honor to the
Board for such consideration.
Messrs. Mayor and Alderman,
please have the goodness to relieve a
long suffering people of the most
abominable of all abominations.
Yours for decency,
To Colored Teachers.
By authority of the County Super
intendent, W. N. Mitchell, I respect
fully invite the colored teachers of
Warren County to meet in McMinn
viile, Saturday, Aug. 15th, at 10
o'clock A. M., for the purpose of or
ganizing a teachers' institute.
I have arranged to hold our first
meeting in the church of which Rev.
F. W. Baker is pastor.
Let every colored teacher in the
county be present and enter freely
into the work, and thus set forth the
fact that we feel an interest in our
profession and desire to improve our
schools. M. G. Moork.
McMinnviile, Aug. 1.
Ex-1'ongrc.Nsinan Kelly, of Kansas,
has deserted the Republican party
and joined the People's party.
Seasons come and go. Father Time is about to call to its long home an
other summer. Soon the leaves will begin to fall, and the ladies will for
get the pleasant hours spent under the apple trees in their mother hubbards.
Lawn Tennis will be no mtre. Picnics, Ice Cream and moonlight sere
nades will be numbered with the things of the past. But every season ha3
its attractions. Soon the bonnets will be clothed in a more sober hue, and
the woolens will supplant the unprecedented organdies, and Monsiline Do
La Indies. Now is the time to slaughter the '
HAND FULL OF SUMMER GOODS
Ere it is too late, for soon we will be teHing the people to come to a grand
fall opening. We will begin ' !
nST-EIST ' TTTESZD-A.- '
this great slaughter. Some articles must be sold with the season even at
sacrifice. We will drop them down within the reach of all and make ' the
variety as large as possible.
Oh Ye Consumer
Listen! Several hundred yards of ginghams to close at 8 cents. All lines oi
Shallies, Debege, Cheviots, some cotton plaid suitings, lawns, etc., at 5 cents.
Only a few left. A big lot of Hamburgs to sell at 5, 7, 10 and 12J cents. All
our laces at cut prices to close out entirely. White goods at
i ! ACTUAL COST ! i
We want to sell every yard before the season closes. Ribbons, Monsilines,
Gloves, Surahs, at greatly reduced prices. Straw hats, Summer neck wear,
Hosiery, Baskets, Straw Mattings. TEKNtS SKQE5 for men and women
at a great sacrifice. Our entire line of Jadies slippers at $1.00 for choice. Now
is an opportunity that seldom presents itself. Before closing our epistle we
will mention to the GENTLEMEN that all our
CLOTHING AND HATS FOR FALI
are here. Some dress shirts will be received this week. Also a large line
of Hosiery and Gloves. Visit our Emporium while in the city.
Corner Main an J Cliam-ery Streets,
McMINXVILLE, - TENNESSEE.
Is now ready for the reception of guests, and solicits both regular board
ers and transient custom. Newly furnished throughout.
FIRST CLASS $ FARE,
Polite attention, Reasonable Rates.
MRS. G. W. HOODENPYL personally superintends every department,
and will spare no pains to please every guest.
The "Boss" Cart, Buggies, Etc.,
ALWAYS IN STOCK
THE McMhlVILLE HARDWARE CO.,
Cutlery, Stoves, Paints, Glass and Queensware,
Guns, Tinware, Etc.
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