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THE COLLMJilA 1IKILVLI): Fill DAY, JULY 2, 18!7.
ALL MUST BE SOLD.
XTXo special old time two day's
bargain sale, aa some advertise, but I
iiaiiuawb aaveruseu wm go, un
til all are closed out.
See the latest
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Fljured Bilfts. for Waists, for this Rcotch Lawn9( Rreat V,
Htt If i
Former price 30c. Bea j8land Domestic, extra weight,
Bilks for Waists, one yard wide,
2 1 c. l-2c.
"ner price 40c. ()xford Tie8, few siz.es only, $1.25
Changeable Brocade Rutins, form- qualities
er price 60c, this sale, 50c.
11 MILLINERY. White Tape Hail-
Colored and Fancy Grenadines, ors, ll.'o and $2.00 quality,
entirely new, former price 15c. j. -
Jackonet Duchesse, Tp" .ozen White ,ie11 Crowned
Wat, 15c. 1
All 10 cent Ginghams. Baby CaP8' 10c- 15c and
5c a yard. 20c,
!LHCe Striped Organdies, worth just double.
J()(.? Shirt Waists, $1.50quality, reduced
Former price 15c, 17c, 20c. to
Colored Lace and Dotted Swisses, $1.00.
was 17c, 20c, 25c. now Bllirt Waist8( 75c quality for
'3 1-Sc- 50c.
I). P. Penangs, !MJ inches wide, Last season's Waists, .50c and 1.C0
' 1--C. quality for . .
Former price 122c. 25c.
Ladies' Summer Vests, Handkerchiefs, special 25c, :i()c
")C, So, 10c, and :$5c quality, only
Worth double. 15c.
Boys' Knee Pants, Small lot Lace Curtains,
15c. 50c pair.
New Siyle Clocks Just Received.
Warranted to keep time.
; C. PETRI, Proprietor
(Continued from Third I'age.)
H..m phii ihk, June 2!l. Children's Day
was observed at Hampshire the third
Sunday, June 20. The weather was de
lightful and a large audience was out to
hear the well-rendered program.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Patton, of Texas,
are visiting relatives in this vicinity at
The quarterly meeting was conducted
at Hampshire Saturday and Sunday by
Rev. J. W. Hensley, the Presiding El
der. Little Miss Charlotte Fariss, of Co
lumbia, is visiting relatives here at
Kev. F.. I Gregory, of Williamsport,
preached to an attentive audience at
this place last night. He and Mr. Hod
man, of Cross Kridges, were on their
wav to the District Conference. Dr.
Kelley, of Columbia, will preach here
to-night. He is going to Linden to con
duct the conference.
Elder Will Morton will preach in the
school-house at Hampshire next Sun
day night, July 4.
Miss Alma Grimes, of Ellis County,
Texas, is visiting friends and relatives
Mr. Ellas Dodson and family have
gone to Linden to attend the District
The farmers are having some niee
weather for threshing wheat now.
Miss Mary Miller of Columbia, is visi
ting in this'community.
There was a meeting at Visgah Wed
nesday, preparatory to building a new
church at that place. They had dinner
on the ground.
The health of our neighborhood is
very good at present.
With best wishes for all I am the
500.000 Bushels of Wheat
Wanted by tin City Grain & Feed
Co., delivered at McLetnore's Corn
Mills, or on curs at any railroad sta
tion. City Guain A FkehCo. tf
Wil l. I amsi'dht, June "N. Kev. S. L
MeCarty, of Monroe City, Mo., has
arrived and taken charge of the Presby
terian church. He preached for lis
Sunday afternoon. Hereafter he will
preach' the second and fourth Sundays
at eleven o'clock.
Prof. T. S. Williams closed his school
at this nlace Friday. We understand
he w ill not teach the fall term. He is a
good teacher, and we wish him well
wherever he goes.
Johnson Pros., have purchased Mr.
James Russell's Interest in the thresh
ing machine, and at present they are
threshing wheat for Mr. T. J. Dorsett.
Several of the "old vets" from here
attended the reunion in Nashville last
( n last Sunday at U o'clock a. m., Mr.
F. W. Kenfro, of our tow n, and Miss
Lucie Robinson, of your city, were
happily united In marriage by Kev. E.
L Gregory. Mav their future life be as
happy and cloudless as the day upon
which they were married.
The post-otttee has been moved from
the store of Messrs. Walker A Stock
ard to that of Messrs. Chnate A Stail
ings. Miss Lulu Sheddsn now has
ehargeofthe same. Mr. Walker was
post-master for a numler of years, and
attended to the business faithfully.
The friends of Mr. Lovd Harris, who
Grand Reduction Sale at
In Mosquito Bars.
Save your tickets and
left here Christinas to make his home
in Texas, and has been quite sick with
fever, we are glad to hear is improving.
Mis. Lizzie linker and children are
spending this month at Rrentwood,
Miss Maggie Hull, who has been
visiting relatives at Carter's Creek, was
called home Monday to be with her
mother, who, we regret to say, is quite
Mesdames E. E. Collins and S. S.
Porter, we are glad to say, are much
better, after a few days indisposition;
also, Mrs. Minnie Harris.
Mrs. V. T. Porter- has returned from
a week's visit to the Centennial.
Miss Ella King, of Knob Creek, is
spending a few days witii her aunt,
Mrs. K. Hull.
Misses Willie Ashton, Hattie and Liz
zie Hill, of Columbia, are visiting their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Dr. Edwards, of Columbia, has been
with friends in our midst for the past
Misses Mary and Pessie Craig, who
have been attending school in Char
lotte, N. C. during the past vear. have
returned home, to the delight of their
Mrs. W, 11. Johnston and children, of
Culleoka, are visiting her sister, Mrs.
A. E. Moore. Pro. Johnston came with
them and returned homo Saturday.
Mr. Will T. Heece is visiting his fat li
er. Cant. Wm. Reece. of vour city.
We were very sorrv indeed to hear of
the death of Mrs. Whit Kinzer. The
aged huband and bereaved children
have the sineerest sympathy of their
Mr. Editor, there were some verv
ludicrous mistakes in our last article to
the IIkkai.I), which we charged to the
printing company. Such things will
occur sometimes, though.
Mkm imi is.
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. 15. Ra tns
I'nion, June lis. For fear of being
"disinherited'' as one of the Hkhai.k
family, I will try to send in what few
items' I have gathered.
It has been very dry in this vicinity
until last week," when we had good
rains, and now the farmers are busy
laying-by their crops, which look very
promising at present.
Hro. Harvell tilled hi appointment
at I'nion yesterday. He was favored
with a large audience both morning
Hro. Holt will preach for us the first
Sunday in July, and Hro. Owings iu the
evening on the same dav.
Mrs. (i. M. Whittaker, of Nashville, is
visiting friend and relatives here.
She has ker little daughter and nephew
We sympathize very much with Mrs.
Emma Godwin in her afflictions. Hope
she may soon bo restored to health
Miss Cora Page, from Fly, is visiting
friends and relatives at this place at
Miss Mattie Hutchison i at the bed
side of her sister, Mrs. Emma Godwin.
I, for another one of the Hkrai.o
family, favor g'dng to the City of Rock
for our next reunion. I will close, hop
ing to meet the Hkkai.p family in the
near future. Moi'xtai Pink.
Anpbkws, June Eld. F.C. Sowell
preached to a lame eongtTgwtkm at
Coiinth last Lord's Day. He contem
plates returning to Texas soon, to hold
several protracted meeting t here. It
seems that the Texans are loath to give
Rev. H. A. (iray preached to an ap
preciative audience in the forenoon last
Lord's lay at 1'nioii (irove, ami in the
evening a' very larL'e crowd gathered at
the came place to hear the children re
cite and sing. They were well enter
tained for near three lions, for the litlle
ones acijnitteil themselves creditably.
They were assisted in entertaining by
Messrs. Charley Cordon and Alfred
Tombs, and Misses Nannie Voorhies
and Sallie Porter singing a beautiful
song. M issos Mary and Kliza Mitchell
sang a solo which was highly encored,
and so did Misses Nannie 'and Susie
Voorhies. It is a little singuar, but
they were fortunate iu being visited by
those two puir of sweet singing twin
The good people of Hock .Spring hope
their pastor will bo able to be wit h them
next Lord's Day. Itev. J. H. Thomp
son of Macon, Missouri, intend being
with them also. This was his first
charge after leaving college twenty
three years ago.
Mrs. l'olkie Long is in our midst and
has been engaged to teach a singing
class at I'nion (irove, beginning the
first week in August. She is well
known here as a splendid vocal teacher,
having lived here a long while and
taught several classes.
We were mistaken as to the place
where Mr. Andrews' engine was de
molished, as it was in the wreck at
Carter's Creek. The company has fur
nished him another engine.
Mr. Tat Dooley isspending the heated
term with relatives hpre.
Mr. John Jones of Texas, is visiting
his brother Silas. He enjoyed the Con
federate reunion in Nashville very
greatly, asdid all the old soldiers who
attended from here.
Mr. Andy Watson has been with
friends here several days.
Miss Hay Davis and brother Olie ex
pect to go up to the Centennial to
morrow. The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Iioftin has been one of gayety the
past week, the center of attractio'n be
ing Misses Alice and Lena llargrovesof
Miss Annie Overton Is witn the family
of Mrs. John Atkeisson.
Miss Nannie Voorhies is visiting Miss
Wo are sorry to report Mrs. Kettle
Fergneson ani little Natalie Nicholson
on the sick list. Rii'i'i.iNu Wavkx.
The CoMMa Mill & Elevator Co.
are in the market constantly for
wheat in any amount, for which
they will always pay th highest
market prices. Wheat will be re
ceived at our elevator door or at
your R. R. station. See us when
you aie ready to pell.
ColTMBIA Ml Mi & K LEVATOR Co.
Kkoadvikw. Juno i'5. Mr.
Clark has returned home from
ville to spend vacation.
Miss Annie stockant is quite
Mr. R. P. Phelps has the s.ow
Mr. Will Gilbert's little baby died
Monday evening; burial Tuesday at
Miss Kate Farley is spending a week
at Mr. Joe Courtney's.
Mrs. Marv E. Krown has been sick
with tlux, but we are glad to say she is
Mr. Jasper Home ami (laughters
Jennie and Jessie, Mr. M. I Segraves
and Mr. Hilly Farlev, have returned
from the Centennial. They report quite
a nice time.
Miss Mamie ITogan has returned to
her home at Water Valley, after a
week's visit to friends here.
Mrs. Lou Vault and son Walter, of
Nash ville, are spending the summer at
her sister's. Mrs. Dave Scott's.
Miss Vivian Harris, who has been
staving with her sister, Mrs. Sallie (Jar
rett, and attending school at Broad
view, has returned to her home at
Bethel. She was accompanied home hy
Miss Ethel Smith, who will remain
several davs with her.
Mr. Cook, a missionary man, lectured
at Kethell last Friday night.
Much success to the Hkuai.d.
Garwood'sSarsapurnia ror tne blood
guaranteed to cure. A. . kains.
(i'ality Ckkkk, June Rev. W. J
Willis preached an excellent sermon
from his pulpit at Ebenezer Sunday
last, using for his text. Gal. ti, 7-S. uite
a large crowd was in attendance
Miss Lizzie Kittrell. Mrs. Annie
Acuff and little daughter, Annie, of
Ridley, were with friends in this
vicinity last week.
Mrs.'Murriell and brother, Mr. Erwin
Haves, of Cornersville, were the guests
of their sister, Mrs. I. M. Hall, from
Saturday until Monday.
Miss A la Bendornian, of Mt. Pleasant
is visiting friends here at this writing.
Mr. Robt. Holt is at homo from
Misses Annie Fleming and Linda
Lusk visited their friend, Miss Carrie
Kittrell. last week.
Mr. Joe Harlan returned home from
the Centennial Friday.
Ouite a number from this place at
tended the Children's Dav exercises at
Enterprise the third Sunday.
ZlLI.A AND NKI.1.
Wheat! Wheat!! Wheat!!!
We are not storing wheat to mill
or o'.i speculation, therefore are not
interested in seeing prices hammer
ed down ai harvest time. We want
a high and an advancing market, as
it i easier for us to handle grain on
this kind of a market. We will
handle your wheat on a small com
mission. Call to see or telephone
us if vou wsnt the highest prices,
tf City Grain & Vkku Co.
Knon Ckkkk, June 2it. Children's
Day was observed at Port Royal last
Suiidav. There was quite a largecrowd
in attendance, and we learn that the
exercises were splendid.
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Orman, of DeYVitt
county, Texas, are on an extended visit
to relatives on Knon Creek. They left
this community about twenty-nine
years ago for Texas, which place they
nave made their home ever siiice. Mrs.
Orman was here on a visit ten years ago,
but this is the first time Mr. Orman has
been back since he went there. He has
been taking the II kralp ever since he
has been in the "Lone Star State," and
says he wouldn't be without it for any
thing. Mr. B.C. Wells, who has been lioard
Ing in Spring Hill, has moved to his
brother's. Sir. J. H. Wells, in this
vicinity, to make his future home.
Mr. John (ilenn and sister, Mrs. Mat
tie P. Holland and little daughter,
Cynthia, have been to Nashville to see
the sights at the Centennial, since our
Mrs. Campbell and daughter Miss
Lizzie, and Miss Iora Lee, after a very
pleasant visit of two weeks with rela
tives and friends In this neighborhood,
have returned to their home at Spring
Miss Sadie Kerr is visiting her
mother at. Mallard for an indefinite
Miss Lula Williams, nf Spring Hill,
with relatives on Knon Creek at
Mr. ainl .Mis. ( w . ltenoids, or l-iat
reek, visited Mrs. ltenoids' mother,
Mrs. Susan Williams, and her sister.
Mrs. Orman, who is here from Texas,
Miss Heesie Ituford left last Monday
for a prolonged viit t;i the familv or
her uncle, Mr..!. W Frierson, at Cross
Messrs. Andrew Morrissev and Harry
Kendelum, of Nashville, and Oscar Me-
Mahan. of Spring Hill, visited the fam
ilv of Mr. J. V Harris, last week.
Miss Kula Klips, of Harneth, is on a
visit to her uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. j. K. Wells, in this vicinity.
Mrs. Selk is somewhat indisposed at
Our fanners have a double "hump"
on them now, laying by their crops, so
tney can rest in t tie shade tnese hot.
sultry days. Wheat cutting I about
over with", and the hum of the thresher
and the sound of the whistle is heard in
the tield early and late. A good rain
would tie a great advantage to this com
munity now. Pastures and gardens
are almost things of the past, and corn
is suffering badly for a good season.
Distemper in a bad form is raging
among stock in this community now.
With best wishes to all, we will desist
for this time. Gypsy Hi.air.
Some for ten. some for twenty and
some .'or thirty years have suffered from
piles and then been quicklv and perma
nently cured by using DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salye, the great remedy for piles
and all forms of skin diseases. A. B,
Bkaii Ckkkk, June is. The wheat
harvest is, I believe, about over in this
vicinity ; so the next thing in order is
the thresher. The yield will be the
largest that has been here for several
oats mat were sown eany are extra
fine, but the late sowing is no good.
Mr. V. 11. Mitchell and Wm. Ilolman
went to the soldiers' reunion at Nash
ville last w'eek, and while there took a
view of the city's big show.
Miss Fannie 1'itzgerald, of Alabama,
is the guest of Miss Marie Osborne. On
last Thursday, they, in company with
Mrs. James Parisli, of Dark's Station,
paid Nashvilln a visit and took iu the
Centennial. They report quite an en joy.
able trip and say Nashville's big snow
is a great success.
Miss Lillian MeGavock, of Brent
wood, who is visiting her sister, Mrs.
I. P. Mitchell, of Columbia, is spending
this week with Misses Susie and Fan
Some of the correspondent have al
ready suggested that the Hkiiai.p have
its reunion at Nashville again this year.
e ontect to this, heeause we don t like
to be pent up in a hot city or Jammed
in a crowd, when we are tint for a day
The Enworth League at Mt. Olivet
has disbanded fortlie present, owing to
the pressure of business that prevents
so many from coming. When reor
gani.ed," there will be a new set of
otlicers elected, the old ones having
served out their time.
Miss Minnie Caldwell entertained a
few of her friends last Thursday night
in honor of her cousin, Mis 'Bertha
Leftwich, of Port V incent. La.
The fruit crop is very good, consider
ing the late cold spring we had this
llie neaiin ot tins vicinity is very
good at this time. Bitklaw.
Wheat Stored Free.
We will store a limited amount of
dry wheat in our elevator, charging
the farmer only the cost of handling.
Parties witii large crops can secure
separate bins and retain their
original wheat, on wnicn Elevator
Certificates will be issued.
CoiiUMHiA MiMi& Elevator Co.
Kstkispkisk, June 2I. The health
our community is exceedingly good
Mr. Tom Knglish and son Robert
visited relatives in Pulaski several
Sir. (.'. M. Murphy has returned home
from a visit to the Centennial.
Mr. l)ee Strayhorn, of Vanderbilt, is
Mr. Lusk, of Porter's, has arrived in
our neighborhood with his thresher.
Thrashing wheat and laying corn by is
the order of the day now.
Miss Naomi Nelson has returned
home after a visit to her sister, Mrs.
McKennon, of Columbia.
As mv little budget of news is about
exhausted, I will close.with best wishes
to all. Tip-top.
Farmers! Farmers! Farmers!
Hear in mind that we have had
made especially to order 30.0(H)
wheat bags which we will furnish
you on most satisfactory terms. Do
not fail to see us before selling your
wheat. City Orain&Keed Co. tf
MT. XERU AX I) SAWDUST VALLEY.
Mr. Nkiio, June -A pill of sa llies
overspread our entire community on
last Tuesday morning. June 22, when it
was announced that Mrs. Jane Kinzer
was numbered among the dead. She
suffered intensely with fever for a
week only, when death came to release
her. She- had almost lived out her
three score years and ten, and was gen
erally known as a model christian wo
man, an ornament.to any community.
This loss is only heaven's gain. She
was laid to rest at old Mt. Nebo, be
neath a mound covered with lovely
llowers, tributes of love from those who
were her friends in life. She leaves be
hind her a husband, Mr. i. Whit Kin
zer, and live sons and daughters Mrs.
Mattie Ladd of Water Valley, Mrs. Dr.
Joyce, and Messrs. Marshall and Webb
Kinzer of Sawdust, and Dr. John Kin
zer of Kipley, West Tennessee. May
(iod comfort them iu their hour of
trouble, and may they strive to meet
and clasp hand with mother on the
Miss Katie Joyce, of Yazoo City,
Mississippi, is here on a Drotraeted
visit to h-ir uncle. Dr. W. W. Joyce.
Mrs. V. K. McKennon, of Columbia,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Davis and Mrs. A. M.
(ray, of Ashwood, came down a few
davs ai:o to visit Mr. K. T. Kstes' family.
Sir. Klliof Robert, of Roberts Hend,
was with friends in our midst a few
Sir. Jack Fly is in Nashville visiting
friends and tlie Centennial.
(luite a number from this community
attended the ice-cream supper at the
residence of Mr. John Hoffman near
Hen on last Friday night.
Miss Lena Witherspoon, of Columbia,
spent a few days here last week with
Mrs. Mollie Hill.of Frierson, visited
her mother, Sirs. Docia May berry, since
Dr. John Kinzer and wife, of Ripley,
came up to attend the funeral of his
The ice-cream supper given by the
(Continued to Second Page.)
Suits. Unquestionably the lowest prices ever
named for suits of equal value.
ON COUNTER NO. 1.
Strictly All-Wool Suits, broken lots,
only one or two of a kind; none that
sold for less than $10.oo, and some as
high as $18,(X); your choice for
ON COl'NTEK NO.
Strictly up-to-date Suits, well worth
from $12.00 to $15.00; your choice, as
long as they la9t, for
ON COUNTER NO. .
You will find the very latest fads, in
both cuts and colorings; these suits are
worth from $14.00 to $18.00; choice this
ffWhen we say this is the greatest Suit opportunity we have
Tever presented to you we base our statement upon our
tfknovledge of the worth of Clothing, and our long experl
jOence as the largest Clothing sellers in the city.
Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters,
No. 307 N. College Street,
Between Union Street and Public Square,
HERE IS A CORKER. "
For spring of 1897 we otter you the finest line of vehicles
we have ever brought to Columbia. For fine and medium
work we know we can please you. We have in the
such up-to-date goods as the Evans Two Horse Corn Planter,
Monitor Cultivator, Imperial Disc and Smoothing Harrows,
Imperial Plows and Land Rollers.
We buy and sell field seeds and grain. Its a pleasure to
show goods. Come and see us!
SATTERFIELD & D0DS0N.
Barsnilis in Men's Fine