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THE COLUMBIA IIEKALD: FlllDAY, JULY 2, 1807.
And You Can Do
Business With llim.
We do this by Close
to Cost 31nrgiiiN..
With the advent of summer we
are ready to sell and fit you in
Strap Hlippers, Oxfords, and all
kinds of low cut shoes. Come
:ui(i see us and he convinced that
we are the right place to huy
Strap Slippers, etc.
We carry a great line of Men's
liluck. Chocolate, Oxblood and
Tan Shoes in all the new and
latest lues. Our $1.X) Oxford in
hlack and tan is open to compe
tition. Our line of Men's Straw Hats
are handsome, cheap and up-to-date
in every respect. See them
and you will huy.
AiiKNTS or-mT Fickk. Nii capital
iii'iMli'd oik' uncut one titty hoI fifty Jtlcy
cli's. Weekly mmIch pity lilK profits. V
riutki' it liluli urmli' bicycle ns low its t2Ji.
Write quick, hxclusive territory. Ammne
(,'YI'J.K (Jo., ( ilicllilliiti, lllilo. Juiie'.Titt
TRAIN IN (I
SCHOOL . .
For Boys and Girls.
Ml. rieiimtiit, .Uimry County. Tenn.
fall lei in Opens August IK!)7.
ISoit i-l ."() per term.
Tuition tiiiin c; to ." per inniitli.
students enter Vitnilcrbilt I'uiverslty on
"Howard 1 list Itute Is one of the very best
sclioolslu nil tlie patronizing territory of
.1. II. Kilt K I. AN l. Cliniteellor,
Viiuderliilt I'uiversity, Niishvllle, Tenn.
C.H. A. GERDING&GO,
Union Street, - - NASHVILLE TENN.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
ICE CREAM, CAKES, CANDIES,
Parties and Weddings supplied on
When in Nashville call and net a i;ood
lit licit for 2o cents.
Dr. M. P. lilerrill,
i mice over l)r. Williamson's ollicc, !ar
MTKiil'ttoXIDK OAS KOU IWINI.KSS KX
THA1TION OF TKKTII.
iiri'trn Hoi; its 8:IH) a. in. to .-::!ii p. in.
.WiKNTS. tll'TKIT FKKK. Kxclusivn
territory. No capital needed. A new uncut
makes $-jo.ir, per tiny. City or country.
Proofs free. Ai.imnk HAFK. t'o.. i'lncimititl,
Great Sale at
The Bargain House.
Vc olTcr for the next :to days
Men's all wool black worsted
suits, worth $!).&(), for . .$.'.!l,1.
Finer and heavier, worth $11,
Men's all wool brown suits,
worth $12.00, for f7.2.'.
Rrown titiil gray mixed all
wool suits, worth $14, for. JS.'Jo.
Youths' and children's suits at
verv low prices)
Men's shoes worth if 2.00 for. . . .$1.25.
Men's good quality shoes, worth
$:?.oo, for $1.7.').
1, allies' and children's shoes and
Oxfords at very low prices. Also a
new line of men's line dress shirts,
fancy and plain collars at very low
prices. I t will pay vou to see our
Colin Barpiii House,
jtim l 'Mi South Main Street.
UAIMtOAD TIME TAHLK
ViiiiiUviIU hiiiI ahviU III vlxiim.
Vb. ? leaves
Vb. 4 leiives
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No. 6 " " luttveg.
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No. 3 fMt lino) leave ...w..lU:;!i . m
NX). 1 (fust line) leaves 12:45 it. m
No. 7 (Unllntln anil Decatur Ac-
comitiiKitttiiin) leave.. .. n:'.i) a.
No. 5 (I'tilHhkl Acco'n) leaves.... tc.Vi p,
Hlivllle ami Florence Dlvlalun.
No. 21 AeovmiiHMlatlon, leaves... 1i):Hii ft,
No. Si Florence Accommodation,
telw'n Tuxcnmlila and Co
lumbia, arrlvwt 5:50 p
NhYlll, Chattanoor St. Loulu Rail
rotl-lurk Hirer Valley DlvWion.
No. 1 I ves -.!to a. m.
No, i la :) p. m,
No. I arrives..... A'OO p. m.
No. S arrlves 9:20 a. m.
Close connection Is made with through
trains on the Louisville and NashrtlU and
Uretrt Southern Railroad
llev. W. H. Thompson, of Missouri,
occupied Rev. A. L. Davis' pulpit at
the First Raptist Church Sunday.
The Mack Missionary Society of
the First Presbyterian Church will
meet with Mrs.H. R. Titcomb next
Thursday, July 8.
Mrs. Clarence R. Hayes, (nee Miss
Henton) of S1;. Paul. Minn., de
lighted the congregation of the First
M. E. Church with a solo last Sun
Rev. Ernest A. Timmons will
preach at the Christian Church next
Sunday morning and at Rerea in
the afternoon. Elder Merchant
will be absent in Franklin.
Rev. W. A. Provide will occupy
tlie pulpit of the First Methodist
Church next Sunday, and no servi
ces will be held in the First Cum
berland Presbyterian Church. Dr.
Kelly has gone to Linden, Perry
County, to conduct District Confer
ence. A series of revival meetings com
menced in the Second Raptist
Church, in South Columbia, last
Sunday. The meeting Is being con
ducted by Rev. Forrest Smith, of
Louisville, Ky., and some fine ser
mons have been preached and much
good has been done.
The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup
per will be observed at the First
Presbyterian Church next Sabbath
morning at 11 o'clock. The prepara
tory. service will be held Saturday
night at 8 o'clock. The subject of
Sabbath morning will be, "The Good
Fight of Faith and Its Outcome."
The Session will meet immediately
after Sabbath-school to receive any
who wish to join the church.
F. R. Webb, Pastor.
On September 8, 1897, Miss Mary
Raird will open a preparatory school
for girls and boys from seven to four
teen years of age. Instruction will
be thorough. She will appreciate
the patronage of her friends and the
public. Eor further particulars ap
ply to, or address
Miss Mary Raird,
july2 eowfit Columbia, Tenn.
Tlie following party, chaperoned
oy iurs. limits isuiKtiarat, spent a
most enjoyable day at Rattlesnake
Falls last Friday: Misses Fannie
Louise, Emma I)., Helen and Car
rie Smith, and Miss Elizabeth Rurk-
hardt; Messrs. John C. Dexter, V
O. Smith and Harry Frierson.
Misses Lena R. and Lillian Smith
will entertain at cards to-night at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. N.
R. Sheppard, in West End, com
plimentary to Miss Margaret R.
The young ladies composing the
Zion Mission Rand, will conduct a
charity entertainment at the home
of Mrs. Lizzie Dobbins, near Zion
Church, Thursday, July 8, from 8 to
12. At this time they propose to
give their patrons a "cool" recep
tion, but not a game of "freeze out."
The Columbia Mill & Elevator Co.
are pleased to announce to their
farmer friends that they have
secured the services of the well
known grain man, Dr. 11. Holding,
who will buy and inspect grain for
them. Re sure to see him before
Columbia Mill & Elevator Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Tucker, of
Spring Hill, are visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood and
children, of Nashville, came out
Monday to visit relatives.
Mrs. Ed Clark and children have
returned to Nashville.
Tom Gilliam saw Nashville's big
show this week.
Miss Rrooks, of Hampshire, was
the guest of the Misses Grimes last
Mr. Charles Dowell and Master
Morris returned Tuesday from a
visit of several davs in Nashville.
Mrs. J. T. Dowell has been quite
sick lor tne past week.
Misses Minnie Risliop, Annie and
Alice Sullivan, accompanied by Mr.
Riley C. Thornton, are taking in tlie
Centennial this week.
Miss Mary R. Dark, who has been
living in Nashville for the past six
months, we are glad to note has re
turned to Columbia to make her fu
FT" i ; -j
"Tk Staff of Life"
owes its name to the nutriment
in the Hour from which it is
made. Good bread can only
be made from good Hour.
is the best that money can buy.
This Is the season for
We can please you in price and
quality. We have it from 10c
to $1.00 per pound.
We are headquarters for Fruit
Jars. Prices lower than ever.
Orders for lee
left at the store or handed to
the drivers of our delivery
wagons will have prompt at
tention. A good bargain 12 bars good soap
ana ease or louei oap ior zoc
I. Ill II i" f - NfVIIU
E. w. Gaile Grocery CoJf
Not a house and lot in Colum
bia ; not $r0.()0 in gold, but sim
ply a good ice cold drink of
pure cistern water. Of course
everybody knows we sell
IceCream Soda Water, Phosphates, Ices,
and everything in that line
that is good, but when a person
wants a drink of water he
wants it, and can always get it
at ALCORN'S Drug Store. We
know that a great many people
from the country come to Co
lumbia and And it a diilicult
matter to get a good drink of
water, and we Invite you, one
and all, customer or no custom
er, when you want a drink of
water, to come to ALCORN'S
Drug Store, where you are al
ways welcome and will find at
all times, a cooler full of ice
cold cistern water. Help your
self! It costs you nothing!
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
THE WHEAT MARKET.
Two Mill. Alone llitye Uriel vt-d I '.Ml
Car I. nulls.
The City Grain and Feed Co., have
been hustling this week. They have
shipped already (10 cars of wheat, ag
gregating in round numbers about
45,000 bushels. Yesterday they made
a sale to one Arm, for future deliv
ery, of 70,000 bushels.
The Columbia Mill & Elevator
Company have been kept busy ever
since the farmers started to thresh
ing wheat, and up to yesterday even
ing they had received (50 car-loads,
aggregating about 40,000 bushels.
This company bought and shipped
to Nashville the first car load of
wheat put on the market in this
There have been several cars ship
ped by other buyers, not mentioned
above, but the number we could not
In large and small quantities.
j!2-2t Satterkikld & Dodsox.
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Vaughan & Alexander shipped a
load of cattle from Culleoka to
Louisville Saturday, and a mixed
load of cattle and sheep from Co
lumbia the same day.
vaughan & Alexander bought a
load of hogs from J. H. Harlan, for
feeding purposes, this week.
J. H. Rotts shipped a car-load of
Jersey cows last Tuesday to parties
Mr. Morton shipped a car load of
cattle to the Louisville markets
Maxwell, Crouch & Co. receiver' 5
loads of extra fine sugar mules from
St. Louis Wednesday.
On the Subject of H CniiMtiliitlonul t (in
vention. Hons. Luke E. Wright and James
M. Head will speak at the Court
house in Columbia next Tuesday,
July C, on the subject of a Constitu
tional Convention. It is urged that
all who possibly can attend will do
so, and give these eminent speakers
a good audience.
The immense clothing
Henry Gross has arrived,
same will be sold at extra, ordinary
low prices for good goods. So don't
fail to attend his clothing sale,
which is next Monday. He oilers
the best clothing for the lowest
prices ever known. Inspect the line
before buying, as it means money In
your pockets to trade with the Old
It Henry Gross.
THE MIDDLE TENNESSEE
SuiiiIk v-Scliool AM'iitt inn Will llitltl
Their Next Meeting ill Lew Ulnirj;.
The Middle Tennessee Sunday
school Association will hold their
next Annual Convention at Lewis
burg, Tenn., on August 10, 11 and 12.
Pastors and Superintendents are ex
otllcio delegates. The members of
Sunday-schools from fifty or fraction
thereof enrolled are entitled to dele
gations. Free entertainment will
be furnished all duly accredited
delegates. One and one-third fare
will be made by railroads on the
certificate plan. Send names to R.
G. McClure, Chairman of the
Executive Committee, Lewisburg,
In large and small quantities.
july2-2t Satterkiei.d & Doiisox.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
C. W. Witherspoon et al; to F. D.
Chatlln, lot in Columbia, f .
J. H. Fussell and wife to Mattie
Hill, lot in Columbia,
The will of the late Samuel M.
Taylor was admitted to probate last
week. The home place and in
surance money and all personal
property, except two horses, were
left to his wife.
Don't thin your blood with sassafras
or poison it with blue-mass; but aid na-
hire by using DeW itt s Little Earlv
Risers, the famous little pills forconsti-
Dinousness and-tomaciv and
troubles. Thev are purely vene-
OVER THE COUNTY
Cabinet photos, $l.o0doz. at Young's.
Tlie toot of the thresher is heard
in the land.
For that "tired feeling" smoke
"Century Club" 5c cigar. It
Tlie oat crop in the county, gener
ally speaking, is very poor.
County Court meets next Monday
in regular quarterly session.
Truly may it be said of Maury
County, "the harvest is great."
Ernest A. Timmon spent several
days in Fulton, Ky., the past week.
A number of public schools in the
county will commence next Monday.
Distemper In a bad form Is raging
among stock in the Enon Creek
The members of Pisgah Church,
near Hampshire, will erect a new
house of worship.
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Gullett, of
Victoria, Texas, are visiting rela
tives in Santa Fe.
Pasture lands, young clover and
gardens throughout the county are
needing rain badly.
The Misses Anderson, of Spring
field, Mo., are visiting relatives in
the Lipscomb neighborhood.
We are still giving five gallons
of strictly good molasses, including
keg, for only $1.25.
It Trt'KER Rros.
Miss Anne L. Adams, of Lewis
bug, is visiting her cousin. Miss
Massey, at Lipscomb, this week.
Miss Pledge, of Tupelo, Miss., re
turned to her home this week, after
a visit to Miss Nettie Mai Cecil, at
The weather has been excellent
for wheat threshing this week, and
the work has been going on at a
The drouth has1 nearly ruined
the oats, badly damaged young
clover and pastures, and in some
place corn is suffering.
Anticipating the large wheat crop,
we have purchased vessel room for
50,000 bushels wheat, July and Au
gust despatch, and will endeavor to
handle the wheat with the highest
tf City Grain & Fked Co.
Esquire Rob Elam, of the 1st
district, who has been sick for some
time, was in town this week trr tlie
first time in five months.
Our correspondents may find good
news items in inquiring for tlie
largest wheat, oats and potato yields,
per acre, in their neighborhoods.
Strayed, from my place in Lewis
county, a dark brown, mare mule,
14!'2 hands high, white spot on neck
and left hip and under belly; 3 years
old. Will give $5 for her return to
me at Mt. Pleasant, or$.' for infor
mation where I can find her.
to R. F. Rlocker, Lucerne,
To The Farmers.
We have formed the best connec
tions both at home and abroad to
handle your wheat, and will be pre
pared to give you the highest mar
tf' City Grain & Feed Co.
The Louisville Courier-Journal
contains the following notice of the
death of William Henry James,
grandson of Mr. Joseph H. James,
of this city, and son of the late Mr.
Will James, who was born ana raised
here. The notice says:
"Capt. William Henry James, of the
Louisville Legion, died yesterday morn
ing of typhoid fever at his home, l.VJl
West Broadway. He had been sick
about two weeks, but no iineasiaess was
felt until yesterday morning, when the
Rtteiiditiir'ph vsieian gave up all hopes
of his recovery, ('apt. James became a
member of the Louisville Legion in lS'.m,
when ho enlisted in Company I. He
was continuously promoted until he be
came Captain of the Company to suc
ceed Capt. tlray, who whs made Major.
"dipt. James was cordially liked and
enjoved the highest respect of his men
and fellow-otiicers. He had been con
nected with IJarbee ,V Castleman's in
surance agencv for almost eight years
and was one of the most trusted clerks.
He was twenty-six years of age and
leaves a wife, mother and sister. The
funeral will take place this afternoon a
:t o'clock from St. John's Kpiscopal
Church. The remains will be interred
in Cave Hill Cemetery. All members of
tlie Legion are reuuested to meet at the
Armory promptly at 2 o'clock. There
mains will be buried with military
honors, and an escort of soldiers under
the command of Capt. Hunt, of Compa
ny H, will head the funeral procession
to Cave Hill."
Mrs. Martha Lucas died at an ad
vanced age at her home near God
win last Friday evening at "o'clock.
The funeral services were conducted
in Godwin Chapel by Rev. Mr.
Nolan, and the remains were laid to
rest in Knob Creek Cemetery.
Deceased was a member of the
Methodist Church, and was a true
christian, loyal to her Master. She
leaves several children, who have
tlie sympathy of many friends.
Mrs. Harvey Parrish died at her
home in Franklin Tuesday at the
ripe old age of !)1 years. Deceased
was the grandmother of Mr. W. P.
Woldride, of this city, and the moth
er of Mr. James H. Parrish, of Dark's
The next stated meeting of De-
Molay Commandery, Number '.
Knights Templar, is in the Masonic
Temple next Tuesday afternoon at
Columbia Lodge, Number 31, has
a stated meeting Thursday night,
July, 8 at eight o'clock.
Prlnini Springs Now Open.
The Estes House is now open for
the public. Hacks leave Woldridge
& Irvine's drug store on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays. For
further information address Estes &
Cecil, or F. R. Estes, Columbia,
Columbia Institute Catalogues.
The catalogues for the sixty
second year of the Columbia Insti
tute are out, and are very attractive.
The fall term begins September 15.
The faculty is complete, and this
famous school for Southern girls has
bright " prospects for the future.
Send for catalogues.
We have a
cur load of
:hich r:e 7.' ill sell
at the right prices.
Half gallon Jars. 72c dozen.
One quart Jars. (!2c dozen.
One pint Jars, 5(Je, dozen.
Jar Rubbers, 4c dozen.
Jellie Glasses, 30 o dozen.
Plain Tumblers, 'i set.
Fly Traps. 10i; and 12c each.
Tanglefoot Flv Paper, the best
sell 3 double sheets for 5c.
Insect Powder-guns, 5c each.
Painted Foot Tubs, 25c and up.
Painted Slop Hitekets, 20c and up.
Fancy painted Tin Toilet Sets, three
Five gallon Galvenized Oil or Gaso
line Cans, 45c.
Sprinklers, 10c to 22o each.
Retintied Dish Pans, K)j and up.
Milk Strainers. Bo each.
Rutter Moulds. No. 1, 14c.
Large Ruggy Sponges, 5c and 10c.
Globe Parlor Matches, only Kc dozen
Fairbanks Ark Soap, 2 bars for 5c.
Chair Rottoms, 4c each.
Rest Table Oil Cloth, 15c yard.
Large Fly Rrushes. fancy colors,
ready for use, oc each.
We have a complete line of Oil
StoveaVit the right prices:
1- wick coal oil stoves, 40c and 4!)c.
2- wick coal oil stoves, H5c.
3- wick coal oil stoves, $1.35.
Everything goe as advertised,
(jive us a call.
When you do not buy your groceries
from Watson fe Rain. Pine Apple
Syrup, 20c per gallon; H'g lb-, good
Green Coffee for $1 ; 9-iuch plug to
bacco 5c. Stock Peas at
It Watson & Rain's.
0 U H CO It It ES IN) X DENTS.
(Continued from Seventh Page.)
Mt. Xelio Kpworth League on last Tues
day nigiit was a decided success, (in
account of the heavy rain which fell
in tlie forenoon the supper was served
at Xebo Hall instead of on tlie church
grounds. The old school building,
around which cluster so many fond
memories, was for once converted into
a grand dining hall. There was a large
table, from which was served coffee and
doughnuts, and five ice-cream tattles, all
of which were decorated with rare and
neauiiiui nowers, me loiiowmg young
ladies being appointed to preside over
them: Misses Ida Hrown, Cora Mc
Rride, Kva Johnson, Id Mayherrv,
Blanche Meltrnle, 1 tllio Johnson, and
Josie Hoffman, each wearing daintv
little caps and aprons of various colors,
much resembling the Swiss girls at the
Centennial. There was also a Jacob's
well, presided over by Mr. MerlJJohuson
and Miss Kva (ira'v, who personated
Isaac and Kelieokah, and furnished the
crowd with delicious lemonade. Per -
feet order whs observed throughout the 1
evening, and it whs altogether
altogether a very
he proceeds were
nice anair, indeed, r
presented to our pHstor ami wife, Hev
and Mrs. I-, L. (iregory. that thev
might have the pleasure of visiting the
BltittYVii.i.K, June.til. Children' Dav
was observed at the Methodist Church
on Sunday morning. No snccial tiro-
gram had been arrHitged, and the exer
cises consisted merelv in a few soni's bv
the children and an appropriate sermon
ny me pastor.
'Several visitors are in the neighbor
hood, attracted to the state bv the great
Centennial and Confederate reunion,
W. U Douglas
Shoes because they
are the best.
For sale by
MASON S FRUIT JARS
V J. psHdk
McKermon Anderson & Foster.
Now is Your
chance to get a
at a saci iflce price. 1 have 2110 acres
ot good level land, part cleared and
part well timbered. Situated on
Crattsaii Creek, Tenth District of
Lawrence ( 'ounty. about live miles
north -west of Lawreneehurg and
about 4 '4 miles Went of Wayne Sta
tion. It lias extra good spring water
and good apple orchard. As I am
needing money. I will pell at a sacri
fice price. Cull on. or address,
Colnnihia Bargain House,
June! :tfit COLCM HI A, TENN.
Mrs. N. J. Might, et His., vs. J. L. Rush
ton, et. al.
In Chancery Court, at Columbia, Ten
nessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan
eery Court, at Columbia, made at the
Apiil term. 1S!7, at patjo 202, in the
above stj led ease, I will, on
Siitnnlnj, the 31st Day of July, ls7,
at Columbia, in front of the court-house
door in Columbia, Tennessee, sell to the
highest and best bidder, the property in
said decree described, being a tractor
parcel of land lying and being in 1st h
civil district of Maury County, Tennes
see, near the village of Santa Fe.
beginning at a rock, the X. K. corner of
Prof. I'atton and Bryan's lot, running
X. bi degrees west,' lii-nl chains to h
rock; thence X. degrees 22 chains
to a forked black locust; thence X. sit
degrees K. 1-21 chains to a rock in Sam
uel t load's line; thence S. 3 degrees K.
l'.t-7.i chains to h rock, Mrs. K. . Church
and Joe McKee's corner ; thence S. "ii'a
degrees V. 4-."il chains to a stake; thence
S. lii!4 degrees V. 2-47 chains to a stake ;
thence S. ,V degrees XV. H-4ti chains to
the beginning, containing 44 acres more
Tkhms of S.w.k. Said sale will be
made on a credit of li, 12 and IS months,
and in ha1 of the equity of redemption.
Xotes, drawing interest froia day of
sale, with good personal security, will
bo required of the purchaser, and' a lien
will be retained on the property sold, as
This 2nd dav of Jul v, is7.
A. X. AKIN, Clerk and Master.
W. J. Webster, Solicitor. ulv2 4t
INSOLVKNT XOTIt K.
All persons Imvlnn clitiins against the es
tate of t'lileb Ilolt is, deceased, should file
t with .1. K. Wiley, Clerk, on or before
liecemlters, lMiT. W.J. llOHBS.
jtiiiell u Administrator.
and to Maury County by the desire to vis
it their relatives and the friends of their
childhood homes. Among the number
are Col. C. M. Murphy, of Muskogee, I.
T., and sister, Mrs. Caroline Anderson,
of Springfield, Mo. They are nephew
and niece of the late Simpson and Dr.
Xathan Perry, and have many relatives
in this and t he Southport communities.
Col. Murphy is accompanied by his
daughter, Mix. Mattie Bailey, and Mrs.
Ander-on by her son, Frank.
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Emerson and
daughter, Miss Carrie, of McKinney,
Texas, came out from Columbia Sun
day and spent the day with the family
of J. V. Faris. Mrs. 'Emerson was Mis's
Mollie Mack, and lived in this commu
nity prior to her marriage.
Mr. E. J Bryan, of Florida, was the
guest of Mr. E. M. Pender last Sunday.
Mr. J. J. Jones, a prosperous farmer
of Springfield, Mo., who was wounded
at tlie battle of Kichmohd, Ky., came
out from Xashville and spent Tuesday
night with Dr. Andrew T. Royd. Mr.
Jones has in his possession a live-ounce
slug of lead, which, after having enter
ed near his left shoulder Joint and pene
trated to his spinal column, was re
moved by Dr. Boyd, the surgeon of the
Mrs. Warren Montgomery, of Louisi
ana, is visiting Mrs. T. 11. Xeelly and
other friends ill this community. Mrs.
Montgomery, who is a daughter of Rev.
H. P. ray, was a resident of our village
for two years before her marriage and
was one of the most attractive and pop
ular young ladies that ever graced out
Mr. Ab. Harris, of Lati range, Ja.,
stopped over with Mr. Joe A. iray,
several days last week, on his way home
from the Centennial.
Mrs. Lettie Sullivan, of Dyersburg, is
me guest, oi in.t',. r. T hompson s tam-
W. B. Johnson. Xewark. .. savs. "One
MinuteCough Cure saved my only child
f.om dying by croup." It has saved
thousands ot others stifreriiig with
croup, pneumonia, bronchitis and other
serious throat and lung troubles. A. B.
W. M. Woody to Miss Emma
Charley Rurks to Mi
- i Watkins
to Miss Lucy Rob-
Thomas H. Cook to Miss Margaret
R. N. Church to Miss J. D. Jarrett.
The Style, Fit and Wear
could not be Improved lor
Double the Price.
V. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoe are the
productions of skilled workmen, from the best ma
terial possible to put into shoes sold at these prices.
r , lso MUiaa shoes tor men, and
t and Jor boys, and the W. L,
Douglas $150 Police shoe, very suitable for
letter-earners, policemen and others having
much walking to do.
We are conmantly adding new Myloi to our
already larpe variety, anil there is no rea
son why you cannot be itilteil, no Insist on
having W. L. Douglas Shoes from your
We use only the lt f alf. RtiMia Calf
(all color, French I'atent Calf,
French Knamel, Vlcl Kid, etc.,
graded to correspond with prices
of the shoes.
If dealer cannot supply you,
W.LDOUGUS, Brockton, Man.