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COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FKIDAY, APRIL lO. 1891.
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Beds, . . 8 1 35 and up.
Bed-room Suits, 10 00 and up.
Bureaus, . . G 00 and up.
Tables, . . 1 00 and up.
Tin Safes, . . 1 95 and up.
Chairs, . . 40 and up.
Rockers, . . 1 00 and up.
Plain solid facts like these prices speak
for themselves. Everything marked in
plain figuers and at bottom prices. Give
us a. chance to save you something when
you need anything in our line.
Goumbia Furniture Company,
South-east Corner Square, next to Embry
& Anderson's, Columbia, Tenn.
1891. LOW PRICES. 1891-
The Oliver Leads the Procession!
Farmers ami plowmen know that the Olivar Chilled Tlows is the best
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Wlo 7 00 ) to ...
40 l nmtiilXS 'ItKWIXU. Sole Acent?.
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Than all Others.
The Adjustable Steel Arch, Tarallel
Steel Beams, Staggered Steel
Wheels with removable box,
The new appliance Coil
Spring, etc., etc.
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Sixth Installment of Letters on this Interesting Question by
Ladies Competing for the $10 in Gold Trize Offered
by The Colombia Herald.
EJitorof the Columbia Hkkalu:
A Christian gentleman in every
true sense of the word will make a
model husband. March.
Tender and True.
Editorof the Cot.um bi a Herald:
One who is loving, one who is true,
One whose words no fjuarrel will brew,
Honest towards men, a christian at
Those are my seutimorits, now let us
Epluiibns Unit:::, One Composed of
Kilitorofthc Columbia Heralu:
The one heart of the human body
witli iis many pulsation, and the
one niiud willi its many thoughts,
must be in keeping with the Lords
commandments; thoroughly practic
ing the "(loldeu Rule," in order to
make a "Model Husband." Or in
other words, a true genuine christian
gentleman, enuld be n u other than
the "Model Husband," of to-day.
First his Uod, Then hU Wile.
Editor of the Columbia Herald:
I would select for my husband a
refined, intellectual gentleman; one
who honors his mother, aud com
iiands her respect and pride by his
integrity and uprightness. A man
who would make home, by bis faith
fulness, patience and care, an haveu
of Rest aud Trust in every hour of
Life's storms; one with the reverence
of God dwelling richly within, al
ways ready to lend a helping nana to
every '"orioni an i snipwrecaeu
brother," and by so doing make this
big world of ours, brighter, ,and bet
ter for his having loved, First his
(Jod.tbeu his wife.
.DO It A UH'l'KKMGLU.
'Tis not the Brilliancy of Costly Uems.
Editor of the Columbia herald:
t ii.im o fnhif Ma'i nf wlmt a "Model
IIu" aiid" Jshould be, which you will
rind briefly expressed in the following.
Jle snouui oe too nouie mm uigu
...i.wto.l f , oonaia hin wif to remeni-
ber with tearful eyes and aching heart,
tle vows lie pledged wiieu she became
ins bride; but oy ins loving Kiiuium,
and manly-proie-jtion, may she lean
upon Ids strong arm, and feel that
she can safely trust him, through all
of her sorrows and disappointments
as well as the pleasure and sun-shine.
' l is not the lavisnuess oi weanu, uor
the brilliancy of costly gems, that
makes a "Model Husband," but the
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honest, pure ana iorgvuig nrn,
.k!h tr .iviiitu liiin not. to live for
himself alone.but fur the happiness of
his Wile. Ill SUCH u uie mere in ii yjj
aud couteiitment in bis presence aud
lie ahouid be appreciated as a "Model
Husband." -v. .c.
EdiUr of the Columbia Herald:
irvnru mail u-milrl i vrt. himself
to add to his wife's pleasure and
happiness, as when ehe was bis
Hivect-heart, I think there would be
more model husbanus. as a ruie,
husbands wish their wives to be
"angels in disposition," under any
aud all circumstance, wheu often the
poor, tired creature, ofter worrying
with children and household attain
combined, would feel like a new crea
ture, were husband, upon bin nightly
return, to greet her with a kiss aud
embrace, saying, "you are not so
fresh and pretty, to the eyes of the
world, as before our marriage, but 1
love you an me more lor shui-uik my
' wliioh u-onhi Htmd new blood
surging into her veins, enlivening her
spirits to sucn an extent, mni sue
would ieel as oouyaui as uuring in-honey-moon.
Every niau should
marry a woman in wuom ne can
place implicit confidence; thereby
confiding business, as well as other
a 111 airs. A true wife will consider it
an honor to he her husband's confi
dence. It is on!y "shallow braiued
men" who think, by this knowledge,
"a wife would want to be bons."
T.im raliirlnn liua nn fminhlin nnd
A 1 111. litn'n - n
refining iutiuenee, so the better
Christian thejiusbaud, the nearer ne
approaches a perfect model. It is
every wife's duty to do her part in
oi.iiixr li.r hiiMha.nd to aooroach iter-
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rCCliOn, A iUtMei uujuouu,
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ne Will Be True.
P!,iitnrof the Colombia Herald.
A "Model Husband" will faithfully
aud truly fulfill the vow he made at
the altar of God to "love, honor, aud
protect" through life, his chosen
bride. He will not make such a vow
muloua ha trnrtjira Mint hfl will keen it.
and no man can "love, honor and pro-
... i i i.. ..... nr. .iIA
vect a pure nuu uuuid wumau h 1.110
marriicru vow imnlieS. Unless his OWU
heart aud life is pure unless honor
to him is sacred aud dear as Hie ltseir.
u ' Kjve her freely his heart's
best iue, and all through life he will
continue the same sincere admirer,
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trie same true, inamy mver wuou,
in the liuth of youth, he loved and
married her. He will be kiud and
memberingthe many little kindnesses
whlou every woman expects, uu
which so many uieu forget. He will
not speak lightly of woman, but will
have that high regard for woman
hood's estate, that characterizes every
christian trentleman. He will never
deceive his wife but will consider her
worthy to know the real truth con
cerning all his prospects and hopes
for the future. He will have that
nrfrtct conttdeuce in his wife which
in uTnantu lir to rpoose in him. with
out which thete can be no complete
happiness. He will prize her uearer
than nil the world besides, not as a
mere toiling machine, necessary in
the household department, but as
something esseutial to his life s
happiness a treasure wuu wmuu ub
would not williugly prt. He will
preserve the same pleasant, genial ap-
pjarauce at home, alone wuu uis
wife, as when in the crowded parlors,
he pays the greaiest deference to her
wishes He will not m ike her home
, ix!iraitiu on earth, for the power Is
..t irivpn him to do so. but so far as
is possible, he will make her home on
earth, resiful and ,eaceful, piiet and
happy, emblematic of the bright
home beyond, isucn a mau, oe ne
i,.,.i,,u rr li.imclv. rii-h or noor. I
would regard as a "Model Husband,"
deserving an tpial in marriage.
The Oak and t!i Vine.
litol" Of till! COI.UM '11 H KU
i.'..... .. ...lni'in li n her own idea of
what eonslitu'es a gi 'd hu bmd.Hud
o: C)lirie lllf.'l' 'l?- ure 01 vaiicu e.-
are the w.i;nt-ll lueiusfives. iw
model husband of one woman would
not suit another at all. However, I
think all will agree with me that the
first qualincaiiou 01 lue uiuun uus
band is strenuth, mora', intellectual
aud physical. The old and beautiful
llustration or tue oas ana viue, is
...ii. .It rl.lmil led nowadavs. bv our
ambitious sisters who proclaim them
selves thoroughly independent or the
in-.ui- y hVr Ih it from me to
dinparaeor discourage any effort for
the elevaiiou 01 woman. xviosi
heartily do I bid them "Gol epeed,"
but they must Hud no fault with those
of u who prefer to remain "clinging
vin s " Tue average wo. nan love
to cling, and by mil means let her
have ftroni object around which to
entwine the tendrils of her affections.
No woman ever yet loved a weak
mau ; she feels only a contemptuous
pity, humiliating to her, aud degrad
Next to strength, comes devotion
to his wife, wituout which no hus
band can be a model ; I think few
men realize how much a woman lives
in her affection. What to him is
only an incident, may be of para
mount importance to her.
"Man's love is of man's life a thing
Tis woman's whole existence."
She places her life happiness in bis
hands, and the model husband will
not only love his wife devotedly, but
will tell her so, and by his actions let
the whole world know it. Again the
model husband will not insist that
his wife shall see the world through
his spectacles. The world may ap
pear blue to him, but he does not
wish it to be ceruliau-tiuted to her
He recoguizes the fact that she is an
independent human being and allows
Iter to form her own friendships and
association, without inteference
from him. It is not necessary that a
man should be brilliaut or even suc
cesssul to serve as a model, for the
mostsuccessful men are not the best
uieu. A wife never loves her husband
better for his successes, although she
feels a pride in them which no one
The model husband will be as gen
erous to his wife in the matter of
spending-mouey as his means will
permit. He will not subject her to
the mortification of asking for money,
neither give it to her with the air of
one bestowing alms; rather will he
ascertain where her purse is kept and
see that it is well.supplied. However,
if he t-ees that she is extravagant be
yond his means, he does uot hesitate
to tell her so, and if she will not heed
his gentle remonstrauce, but by her
thoughtless or reckless expenditure
is imperiling the family, he can, and
does, speak in the imperative mood,
aud saves her from herself. Many a
ma 'i has been drawn into the vortix
of dnaucial ruiu because he had not
the courage and firmness to say
"must" or "must not" to his wife.
The model husband, however, is in
no sense of the word, a tyrant. The
instances in which a man has to as
sert his deviuely bestowed ttupre-
macy, are very rare, aud are doubt
less more painful to him than to her.
But If these emergences do arise, he
dare not shirk his responsibility. Th9
hat of the great creator, Issued in
Ediu, that the man should be the
head of the family, is irrevocable,
and was not intended for Adam and
Eve alone, but for mankind, through
out all the centuries. But the very
fact that he has the tower aud right
to rule, makes him all the more gen
ile. The iron baud is hidden by the
glove of velvet, and the wife really
loves and honors the hut-baud more
than it he resigned his supremacy to
her, thereby burdening her with
cares and responsibilities beyond her
strength. It is to me an impenetrable
mystery why a woman should desire
to ruie her husband.
The model husbaud will see teat
hi wife has her share in the pleasures
aud recreations of life, a far as lies
in his power to do so. He will him
self escort her to places of entertain
ment aud always show a proper so
licitude for her pleaaqre and Liuprove
meut. In the many emergeucie", incident
to familv life, a man shows his true
character. If the cook leaves, he will
assist iu the culinary department; he
will lay aside his paper if necessary
aud rock the cradle, and iu short,
will uot consider it derogatory to his
dignity to assist his wife in anything
which comes to hand. After all,
trilles make up the sum of human
existence. Our happiness or unhap
piuess depends largely upon small,
commonplace affairs. Aud the man,
who iu every relation of life is strong,
aud true and faithful, who never for
lrets that he Is a lover as well as a hus
band, may safely be pronouueed a
model husbaud, and the woman wuo
pos-tesses one is happy indeed.
May be Fouud in the Iludest Cabin.
Editor of the Columbia Herald:
For several weeks through the col
umns of our valuable paper. "Ihe
Columbia Herald" there has been
extended to the ladies, an invitation
to express their ideas In regard to "A
Model Husband." mis 01 course at
tracted every lady's eye and each
week she eagerly scans the articles
already published, to see ir any one
thoroughly coincides with her ideal.
The married lady, (if happily mar
ried) may describe her uusoana as
this combination of good traits mak
imr him a person whom any gentle
man should imitate. If she has not
realized fully the bright castles of her
girlhood's dreams, then sne wuu wo
manly wisdom lets silence rule, and
if she can say nothing for him, says
nothing against him. But I unmar
ried thiuk, aud think long and earn
estly as to the many essentials uec-
easarv in my mind to make this
model husband. We all know that a
model is a thing which bears imita
tion, a person whom any one would
do well to follow. As my Ideal rises
before me l see a person iuu 01
morality, dignity, courage, and
energy, with a deep and earnest love
and veneration ior nis amoitious
mother. Open in all of his dealings,
s.eady, upright, aud last and most
important, religious aua temperate.
One wiio would scorn to spend his
Sabbath mornings in a discussion ou
politics, news, etc , instead of attend
ing church. Oh! how great is my es
teem for the mau, s'ngle or married,
who is seen regularly at service in
stead of idling his hours away in ir
religious company where naught is
learned but gossip. Oue who would
disdain the idea of entering a saloon
and would dash a proffered glass from
the pretended friend's baud. Who
"Yield not to temptation
Bad language disdain
tiods name hold in reverence
Nor take it in vain."
One who holds sacred and defends
the weaker sex, ne'er ceasing to re
member that his mother was a wo
man. Ah! how many forget this?
As neatness always commands re
spect this is indeed a necessary char
acteristic. 80 many meu appear dif
ferently even to a casual observer,
ifter marriage in t:-.is respect. iuey
f rget, it e i-, how they so ight
their sweetheart's eye of approval at
their new suit, t'ie I itest tie aud their
mo-it styli-h appearance. How
wronir! Why not cultivate instead
of casting off this gem, and please the
wife as well as the fastidious sweet-
He must or should by all means
keep out of debt, for from observa
tion it seems to me that next to in
temerauco financial embarrassments
do more to wreck the happiness of a
family thau anything else.
Now so.ue may say that discriptlon
could never be realized, but if a man
possesses even oue noble, moral trait,
it would seem a natural consequence
to add to this gem each day increas
ing the value of his character, which
should be more to any oue than the
accumulated wealth of earth's varl
It is much -easier to demand that
others shall reach a high standard
than to compel ourselves to do the
same, but in conclusion I must con
fess that a lady has a great deal to do
with the way the gentlemen conduct
themselves, and it is just as necessary
for the young lady of to-diy to fit hei -self
for gracing some home as a model
wife. And to make a model hus
baud, I think this altogether essen
tial, for, how can there be a model
husband if there is a frowning, dis
agreeable, and mean wife? Let her
be the appreciative companion of his
studies and wisht s, tLe graceful, neat
and hospitable hostess of his friends,
and guests, and the wise and faithful
helpmeet in the trials, vicissitudes
and successes of his busy life.
Even though the home should be
the rudest cabin, if within it dwell a
model husband aud a model wife, its
glory would be more resplendant, its
joys far more sincere than a royal
palace, wherein live an ill mated,
uncongenial couj.le. - Verona.
A Curtain Lecture.
Editor of the Columbia Herald:
This is a subject of vital im
portance, and I wish to express my
ideas in as few woids as possible. 1
do not propose to write as interesting
a letter perhaps as some ; but this will
be submitted to the judgment of the
committee more competent to judge
than myself; but I think I have suf
ficient experience in the married life,
to express my views on such an im
portant subject. The Bible says:
"Husband's Jove your wives, and be
not bitter against them. As Christ
loved the church aud gave himself
for it, so ought the husbaud to love
his wife." Thus you see no man can
be a model husband unless he is
fashioned after the Divine model; as
enumerated in the word of God.- Yes
he will arise on the first day of the
week and make all neeessary arauge
ments for himself and help his beloved
wife to prepare their little bright-eyed
children for Sunday-school; and got?
iu himself a d thereby seta a good
example bet ore those precious jewels
which God has given them. He also
remembers his promise wheu lie goes
to town, and Bays, dear wife I'll be
back early; and does not keep his
poor tired wife anxiously awaiting
his return, and when he does come
in, his breath smells more like a
whisky barrel, than like the pleasaut
odor of a refined gentleman. Instead
of spending his money for intoxicat
ing drinks, be brings home to bis
wife some nice unexpected pieseut,
perhaps she can keep iu after years,
in sweet remeinberance of her honored
husband. His children gladly wel
comes him. He meets them with a
smile and perhaps a kiss. And when
his wife wishes to visit relatives ana
friends he does not say, you are al
ways goue; where nextr But iur
nishes her with some suitable con
veyance, and if convenient accompa
nies her. And when he conies m to
dinner after laboring to sustain his
wife and children, he does not come
in with a frown and scold because his
wife fails to have everything Buited
to bis taste. He therefore remembers
to always eat what is set before
him aud ask no question, when he is
well assured li s faithful wife dees
the best she can. He never tires
waiting on his wife; as he u-ted to do
in her gir.hoo 1 days; he still tries to
make her as pleasant a he did then.
If he d - this he cann t fail to be a
model husba id. Yes we want a man
to love us nud cherish us as he does
his own flesh, and one that we will
always love; aud one that every one
else loves, aud one that God loves,
and always will.
A noble hearted, pious husband;
one that loves his children aud re
members to provoke them not to
auger lest they be discouraged.
A man with a noble generous heart,
And his wife's burdens hears a part,
Together as thev climb life's rugged hill,
One that loves her now aud always will.
Then dear Editor of the Herald
I think it now my time'
To write on the model husband
And write it part iu rhyme.
The wivea then must be faithful
And always bear in mind.
That to have a loving husband
She must be ever true and kind.
The wivea then must be ehearful
And not meet hi.n with a pout
And have her husband troubled so
Lie dois'nt know what he's about.
The husband mu'sut be jealous
But must help getting mad if he can
When he see a his wife a talking
With another man.
His gait's ho must always put up
H is Tenet s Jin repair
That when lie turns bis boraea out
They can't go every, where.
Culled by OurCorrespondents
ThA vanni reotile met at Mr. W. A.
Kittreit's last Saturday night. They
report a splendid time.
Messrs White and SUyden, of Aetna,
were the guests or w. A. mttreu saiur
(Iav niaht. '
Mr. A. B. Cathey lost a fine horse the
Mrs. Anna Baker is visiting in Hick
man. E, J. Delk, of your city, was the guest
of A. J. JNODiette last aunuay.
Miss Ida Fitzgerald is still at Mr
Rev. R. L. Whiteside will preach at
Cathey's church the second sunaay in
April, and Rev. Brooks at the "Sheboss"
I'mlii the Mine evei ine.
Vannie HtanfiU and J. I. Shipp, of
Centreville, were on the creek Sa urday
ndrht and Kundav.
Mra. Lizzie Whiteside, of Columbia.
is visitinz her daughter Mrs. Dan
Miss fiennie Bingham is teaching
school at Dry l-'ork.
Miss Nannie Cathey haa enrolled
fortv nu nils at Stravhorus chool-house,
Miss Mamie Baker is expected home
on a short visit soon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop have been
visiting relatives on the creek.
Bad weather has nothing to do with
the growth of Lee Brooks' mustache.
"It rains and snows. And still Lee's
One of our oldest citizens was heard
to declare that since the days of Uncle
Tommie Tredway no one has been
found that could equal Ellison Delk
Rev Waldron will preach at Cathey's
church the fourth Sunday in April.
Mr. J. K. KHtrell is sick with la grippe,
lie was not able to be at ehurch last
Sunday and prayer-meeting last Wed
nesday night. Mabvkl
In Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic
will be fouud a sweet without its bitter.
Pleasant to the taste, without a paral
lel ... o inoilv for chilis and fever. It
is the production of the well known A.
K. Kichards Med. Co.. of Sherman,
rvaa ami 0-uaranteed to cure. Eor
sale by all druggists. mariMiu.
i.. ira Iiaaii liavin' ouite unfavor
able weather for farming recently, hav-
n ir had a large quauuiy 01 riu nua
Iso verv cold, disagreeable weather, re-
ninding one 01 stern winter with Us
uld nortnern winus. lunro wm
-1 ul m.iut hair innh think. It
low ujijb - " ,
will certainly be remarkably strange if
We Bave I ruifc minor nuuu uruuuiBwuwu.
Notwithstanding we noticed some
Coaches that seemed not to be killed,
ut they are certainly so damaged that
they wfll perhaps fall from the trees.
But this maybe an overdrawn picture.
Indeed we would be glad to be mistaken
with reference to a fruit failure this
season. The prospect was never better
until the recent cold snap. We can not
assert with any degree of certainty as
vet, the true condition of the fruit crop.
Wo therefore must wait for future de
velopment. . . ,
We have two marriages to report this
week. Mr. Jack McLane led to the
bvmenlal altsr the beautiful and ao
oomplUhed, Mist Dollie Mayberry, on
last Tuesday. He lived in single blew
dnas ttbtu fa was am eld badhalor,
but we hope he will at last make what
the ladies call a "Mode! Husband" and
we are forced to believe he will, if his
love continues to be as strong after
marriage as it was before.
Next in order, we wish to mention
the holv bonds of wedlock of Mr. Ray
mond Journey and Miss Craig, on last
Wednesday. Mav hanniness aud bliss
attend them, and may they never have
cause to regret having formed a life
Old Aunt Millie Galloway, col., quit
the busy scenes of life last Tuesday
night, "it was claimed that she was li"
years old at the time of her death. It
Is very seldom persons arrive at this
Ou last Wednesday night a body of
men went to the house of Orub May
berry, colored, and took him from his
bed aud hung him until he was dead.
We learn the Sheriff of Marshal county,
Mr. John Wallace came down to arrest
him, and found him in the condition
mentioned above. We did not learn
the particulars connected with the
crime committed, but we would sup
pose it was very great, but we do not
approve of this method of executing
criminals in a civilized community, yet
some seem to be too impatient to await
a trial by jury.
1 wish much sue cess to the Editor's
readers and contributors, including the
ladies in the "Model Husband" contest.
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Ashwood and Zion.
On Saturday evening at 3 o'clock,
April 11th, Stephenson's Academy will
be the scene of a mighty conflict, waged
between two ohosen "sides" In a spelling-match,
whose desire it will be to
conquer or sink gloriously. It is given
by the Ladies Aid Society of Zion
('hurcb. and thev desire a full attend
ance. Come one! Come all! and be re?
minded of the days of Auld-lang-syno,
when a let son in Webster's blue-back
spelling look was one to be pon
dered over, and often pondered more
deeply at ncces, Admittance fee IU
Mrs. Ilenrv Mar tin, of Midway, Ky.,
is visiting her parents, near Ashwood.
Mr. b. li. Watkms, Jr., was out last
Fridav to bid itikmI-Iivb to hia narents.
as he has accepted a position in Bit-
Mr. G. W. Kellebrew attended divine
services at Zion last Sabbath.
It is very important in this age of vast
material progress that a remedy be
pleasing to the taste aud to the eye.
easily taken, acceptable to the stomach
ana healthy in its nature and enects.
Possessing tnese qualities, svrup 01
Figs is the one perfect laxative and
most gentle diuretic known.
We will atrain try to tot down a few
items from this section for the dear old
It is winter again out here; the ground
has been frozen for two days, fruit is
certainly damaged to some extent and
we tear that a great ueai ortne corn tnat
has been planted long enough to be in
the sprout, will be killed, also the
mere is iuu sixiaiiesi tiereao ui ujita
sown here that lias been for several
years, owing to the complete failure of
last years crop auu uigu price 01 seeu
Wheat is looking very fine, but we
fear will be injured by tuecold weather.
Hog cholera is raging. Mr. Lee Fos
ter lost ten in one day last week, and
had twelve more sick. A good many
chickens have died with cholera also.
Mr. Lee Foster had a tine mare to got
her leg broken a few daya ago, which
cauaed her death.
Mr. A. Forbea and wife spent a few
days of last week visiting friends in
Jim Sowell of Bear Creek was here
last Wednesday and as usual had a
"heap" of compliments to pass 011 a
certain young lady ofhis neighborhood.
Mrs. Mary Mooro of Columbia is here
spending a l'ev weeks with her sister,
Mrs. Dr. Mallard, Mrs. Sowell and
Mrs. Moore spent the day with Mrs.
Dr. J. R. Mallard and J. S. Odil were
in Nashville last week.
Jim Baird our worthy merchant has
lost his reputation for being a truth
ful man. Last week he wrote a note to
the postmaster at Kedron in which he
stated that Esq. Sander's was in tiie
Held at work planting corn. The Esqr.
denies the charge and demands the
proof We dont blame you Squire, for
we dont believe a word 01 it.
Prof. Stamps aud Dr. Green went to
N shville Saturday.
Miss Lula Faris visited her home on
Bnar Creek. Sunday.
Brother Haggard organised aSundaj -
scnooi at weapons last nuuuay.
Prayer-meeting every Wednesday
J. II. Btdrd will go to Nashville this
week to purchase his spring stock of
Mr. Editor, please ask some one to
tell what it takes to make a "model
Quinine impairs the hearing, destroys
the nerves and injures the digestion.
Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Tonic is
pleasant to take, leaves no unpleasant
taste, improves the digostion and builds
up tue enure Hji.eui. vure uu jmj
For sale by all druggists. marD-lin,
Rev. J. A. Gray, a Cumberland Pres
byterian minister of Santa Fe, delivered
lUWlDablUg DC1U1UU a. bUQ 111.. M24 .
Cnurch. In the afternoon he held ser
vices at the residence of Esq. B. Erwin
who has been an invalid for several
Mr. Gray will preach here regularly
each fifth Sunday during the present
There was preaching last Sunday nt
the Christian Church oy Elder Robt. L
Whitesides, who a few years since was
a pupil here in scnooi.
The Womau's Missionary Society at
this nlace took ud a collection- for the
"Scarret Bible aud Training School" to
be establisl ed in Kansas City.
Measles is quite prevalent in the
neighborhood, but assumes a very muci
Our pastor, Bro. B'ackwiod, 1 nd
Master Eutrene Harrington, have been
afflicted with chills for a few days, but
we are glad to report them convales
Our venerable friend. Esq. Erwin,
had another hemorrhage a few days
s-nce. and his Iriends apprenenu a
Mrs. Margaret Letsinger, and hi r
queenly uranuaaugntor miss iiioz, 01
Water Vailey, attended church here
Mrs. T. B. Walker and little daughter
Bertha, haye returned to their home at
Mr. Ellison Delk, who is with D.ib
bins fe Dwing, was in the village re
conl 1 v.
Mr.'W. D. Miller went to Columbia
We have itist heard of thn death of
"Uncle Abrain Kinzer, 01 water val
ley. Mav the dear Savior, who was the
Man of S irrows, comfort his aged, sor
rowing companion. Romola.
(Continued to inside page.)
A cream of tarter taking powder. HL'hdt
of all in leavenlcg treogta-LatMt U. 0.
Uoverumeut Food Repert. Juneau 1
7 1-2 ets.- Seven and one half
A " Bargain " means something for less than its real value,
and we all know that the term is often misapplied, but- when
WE offer a
The public know what it means. It has long been our custom
to give our customers the benefit of all the real
That we can secure in the market, and when we saw a chance
to buy this lot of domestic for below its real value, we. imme
diately " took it in7' and decided to give the public the benefit
of the BARGAIN. We only have
Th.ro (3000) Thousand Tards,
So call early if you want to get the benefit of this price.
cents. -7 1-2 ets.