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THE COLUMBIA HtiliALI): FJMDAV, JULY 1G, 1897.
Rlack, Tan, Oxblood, in Coin Tops, former price $2. Oo and $2. 50,
All $1.50 and $1.75 Oxfords tor tins sale $1.00.
Misses Oxfords, all colors, $2.00 and $2.25 quality, sizes 2'4 for
this sale $1.25.
Former price $1.50 for 75c. Former price $1.00 for 50c. Former
price 50c for 25c.
Former price .'50c, for this sale 17aC.
Funcy Bilks for waists, former price 40c, this sale 20c.
Brocaded Satins, was sold at 50c, now only 24c.
ALL WASH GOODS
That Hold for lT'c and 15c, now 10c
Hfl inch Penangs, former price 120, now 8,'jC.
Boys' Knee Pants, 15c.
FiVerything at and below cost, to wind up the season.
II IU DRIVE IX TOWELS.
Good Towel at 5c. Extra size at l'lc. Extra size, pure linen, 15c.
l()c, 15c and 20c, worth just double.
SAVE YOUR TICKETS
and secure a Clock, Bronze Hall Hack, or Wall Pocket.
Ksquire.T. E. Sattertield's house whs
discovered to 1)0 on lire and although
there were but few person in Santa
Ke at the time, each and every man
went to work promptly, and after a few
minutes of hard lighting, the flame
were suhdued. While every one did
heroic work, we desire to make special
mention of Will (iray, Henry Cross and
Will owing, all colored, for the faith
ful work they did, and always do on
The entire community wa shocked
last v ridav evening to near or the un
expected death of Mr. LiUta. She had
heen sick lor several days, nut no one
thought it of a serious nature until
Thursday night, when she was taken
suddenly worse, and at 5)i; o'clock the
summon came to her to come up high
er. fShe lived a consistent christian
life, nnd no one has any doubt hut that
death lias proven a great gam to her.
To the bereaved family we would say,
"Ween not a those who have no hope
of meeting their loved one in the be
Jolui Ankison, after a spell of sick
ness, is able to be out again.
Kerry Owiii'.'s and Sam Caskill have
gone to Prim in Springs.
.Mrs. same i-nrgey, who has heen
finite ill. we are glad to report better.
Mrs. .1. ai. Kougers is at l'rimm s
Itev. W. T. lale tilled his rpgular ap
pointment at the C. P. Church Sunday.
Mrs. J. K. Satterlield returned from
the Centennial last Saturday.
Mis Mattie Woody lias been visiting
relatives in Williamson county.
panied bv Miss Jennie White, of llrent-
wnod, ienn., have returned after a
short visit to friend here.
Mr. Dave Ham had the misfortune to
lose hi buggy-horse last week.
isro. J. jni. Locke preached a very in
teresting sermon at the residence of
Mr. K.J. Kail yesterday, to an atteutlve
The new school-house Is about com
pleted at this place, and they will start
school in it soon. Mr. W. 1). l'ogue
Mr. Fee Kindle, of Texas, reached
here to-day to attend the bedside of hi
mother, who is not expected to live.
JtKKTHA AN'I) KFKIK.
I SPECIAL CASH SALE of
In order to ascertain the average
number of bushels per acre of wheat
raised in Maury County this year,
all threshermen are requested to
keep a correct account of work done
by thein both as to acreage and
bushels. It will be very little trou
ble to do this, and the value of land
could not be better advertised by
any other means. When the season
Is over, send your figures to the
Herald for publication. Please
bear this in mind, and you will fur
nish some interesting data for fu
ture reference. tf
The Colimto Mill & Elevator Co.
are in t lie market constantly ror
wheat in any amount, for which
they will always pay the highest
market prices. Wheat will be re
ceived at our elevator door or at
your It. R. 6tation. Kee u when
you are ready to sell.
Columbia Mill & Elkvatok Co.
Ashwood, July l'i. .V terrific storm
visited us last Friday afternoon. The
day had been insufferably warm and
perfectly clear and cloudless until
three clonus rose out or a chaos as it
were one from the north, which came
in blinding Hashes of lightning and
thunder, meeting one from the west
with its added violence of wind and
hail, and with mighty fury one from
the northwest crashing down giant
trees, houses and fences. Corn, after
being beaten into ribbons by the hail,
was blown flat as if a roller had passed
over it. The storm extended over but a
short distance. One darkey's home wa
demolished and water wa almost a
foot deep on the lloor. A neighbor
rushed in to rescue the man, and found
himasleeo. After realizing the sittia:
tion. he exclaimed thankfully: "I is
nroud I'm a libin:" which was also the
sentiment of nuite a number.
Mrs.'W. V. Thompson and son, and
Mrs. Dora ISrown have gone to Sum-
mertown for a two weeks' stav.
Mr. W. F. Orr and Mr. Kdwin Jack
son have returned to Nashville.
Misses Jean Dobbins anil Annie
Fleming have been the guest of Miss
Lillie Watkins this week.
Alfred Austin Slyle.
Your Majesty," said Sir
It-tleigh to Queen Elizabeth,
writing a sonnet to you.
Indeed!" said the queen, pleaseu
Yee.," said Raleigh; "but I'm
very much perplexed. For the sake
of my poem would you allow ine to
seem to be disrespectful in just one
line? I speak of you as the tlnest
queen there is, and of how you do
things with a whiz, and how your
speech is full of fizz, and then my
rhyme gives out, unless your royal
highness will let nie allude to you as
Liz? May I?" Exchang.
A way of serving carrots is the fol
lowing, evolved by a cook desirons, as
all cooks should be, of "something
new." The vegetable is scraped, diced
and boiled till tender. Meanwhile a
slice of onion is browned in a tuble
spoonl'ul of butter. With this one table
spoonfnl of flour is rubbed smooth and
stirred until the flour is cooked. Then
one cup of tomato juice, not heated, is
added to the mixture with a half tea
spoonful of salt and a daeh of pepper.
The whole is stewed together three or
four minutes before being strained over
the carrots, which have been drained.
This dish is much moro palatable than
the creamed carrots because it adds a
needed fiav( r and is none the harder to
prepare than the better known prepara
tion. V'W ork Post.
(Continued from Third I'lih'e.)
school at Morgan's Mill last Monday.
This makes the tifth term he has taught
Mr. F. L. Patterson will teach the
school at lieftwich, and Mr. Jeff Knois
will teach at Forest (trove.
Will some one tell us what has be
come of "Thelma," the gifted cor
respondent from Park' Station? It
has been quite ft while since we read a
letter from you, "Thelinaj" write
oftener, as we 'certainly enjov reading
them. With best wishes to 'all the II KH
ALI) family, we are the same.
Math ash JIi.ancii.
F.n'ion, July 11. The much needed
rain has come at last enough to cool
the air and help vegetation.
Mrs. (i. M. hitakerand little daugh
ter Alma, and Mr. Oda, started for
Nashville yesterday. From there they
will go to liruwnsvillc, Tenn., where
they expect to make their future home.
This community was greatly shocked
over the death of' Mr. Mack (iaskill. lie
went olT last Monday morning before
day, and when found Thursday Was
dead. 1 1 is supposed that he suicided
by jumping from a tree. His mind hail
been unbalanced for some time. We
extend our heartfelt sympathy to his
broken-hearted wife and children and
liro. Holt tilled hi appointment at
I'nion last Sunday at 11 o'clock, and
also at 4 o'clock in the evening. He is
an able speaker, and we hope he may
Mrs. F. in in a (iodwin is no better.
Mr. J. M. Whilaker and wife are visi
ting their daughter, Mrs. W. P. Saun
ders, of Southall, at this time.
lievs. Owing and Dale w ill begin a
series of meeting at I'liion the lirst
Sunday in September.
Since our last, ollicer Dob Holmes wa
held up by two men about two miles
from here and robbed of a watch
Mr. It, D. Whitaker, of Nashville, is
expected at Southall to-day.
Success to our valuable paper and its
many readers. Mountain Pink.
Some for ten, some for twenty ami
some for thirty years havesulTered from
piles and then been quickly and perma
nently cured by using De'Wltt's Witch
Hazel Salve, the great remedy for piles
'and all forms ot skin disease. A. is
Cri.i.KoKA. .Tulv 1.1. This cool, balmy
morning makes all the world feel bet
ter. We, for the first time in weeks,
have the courage to attempt a letter to
The hot weather did not keep our
people at home, nor deprive us of the
pleasure of visitors. Quite a number
have been taking in the Centennial lu
all its wonderful grandness, and not
one has failed to be delighted beyond
Miss Lillian Love returned home
Tuesday, after a protracted stay with
Nashville and Franklin friends.
After a few days at the Exposition,
Miss Sallle Smis'er visited Miss Kate
Uieketts at Waverly.
Miss Sue Wilke is with Miss Jean
llolman at Fayetteville.
Mrs. Triplet! and three children and
Mrs. Cardwell have returned to Texas,
after a peep at the Centennial and a
visit to Miss Virginia Tomlin9on. Miss
Triplett is quite a skilled violinist and
gave her hearers much pleasure with
the sweet music on her "king of musical
: John Withers, of Kingman, Arizona,
ha been spending a few weeks here.
He was "at home" at Dr. Moore's, but
visited among all bis friends.
Kd Wither came up from Dirming
: ham to spend hi vacation, but after
just a week's rest, was called home.
I Some changes in the company neces
i sitated his presence. It was a coinpli
i nientthathe should have been called,
i but his friend felt his visit wa not
I complete, .lohn and Kd both have
i splendid positions and are sterling
! young men.
i Misses Lena and Lizzie Coekrill, of
I Lewisburg, are with their grand
mother, Mr. JSallanfant, who lias been
Mr. Marion Taylor, of Taylor, Texas,
met with the old soldiers and then
spent two weeks with the homefolks at
MissJimmie Fvins, of Nashville, is
at her grandmother's here.
Miss Katie Henderson spent last
week in Culleoka.
Miss Neely Abernathy leaves to-day
to join the Lpworth Leaguers on their
trio to Toronto.
Will Calvert, who has been traveling
for McConnell Dros'. Nursery, is at
home for a rest.
The young people at ltockdale have
organized a Literary Club, with Miss
Lou Inman, President, Miss Laura
l'igg, Vice-President, and Mr. Surry
Miss Nannie Jt'eddinir opened the free
school at Kockdale Monday. The
school for colored people began the
same day at their liaptist church.
There will be an ice-cream party in
Mr. Abernathv's lawn Wednesday
night. The pupils of Mrs. Abernathy's
Sunday-school class will give the party
the proceeds to go to the improvement
of the Met hodist church.
He v. Clinton Fowler, his wife anil
babv. llolman. will arrive Thursday for
a visit to relatives at Hillsdale.
The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Myers
who live at Mrs. Ahernathv's place.
died Saturday night and was buried
Sunday at the Camn ( .round.
Mrs." W. W. Fowler, after a long ill
ties, died at llallintrer. Texas, July 2nd
Our heart bleed for the husband, our
brother, and the four little children so
sadlv bereaved. We understand not
the mysterious way of (iod's moving
but we can trust that "Hehind a frown
ing providence He hides a smiling
face." I'oon the sad ones (iod is snul
tnir. and he will comfort them in their
Monday morning a nine oany uy
came to the home and love of Mr. am
Mrs. Joe Moore. But the little one wa
limned them onlv ft few hours, and (.
called them to irive it ud to Him. We
in their sadness
Pioiiyvii.I.k, July !.". Key. It. W
Seav is assisting Kev. v . r, rowers in
series of meetings at the Methodist
hurch. The services began on Sun
iv morning and will continue through
out the week.
Miss (iertrude Maxwell ha returned
from a visit to relatives at Outline.
Mrs. 10. C. Thompson has gone to
rimins' Springs to be absent about
Mrs. J. Is. Irwin, of Sunn; yside, is
pending a few days with Mr.-. W. J.
Thomas, whom we are glad to report as
onvalescent from her recent attack ot
Mr. (iuy uccarello is still unite sick
at the home of Mr. J. L. Maxwell.
Others on the sick list are hso. N. K.
llolden and Kverett Perry.
Little Laura Mai Fender, who was
ullv bitten by a vicious dog on last
Wednesday, is getting along nicely at
Mrs. Anna o. AtiKcrsmi was caueu oy
telegram to Memphis last Sunday even
ing. She had arrived on Friday last to
snend her vacation with her father, Mr.
II. .Matthews, who ha neen quite
feeble for some time and at this time is
but little improved. Mrs. A.' many
friends regret that her stav was so brief
and hope she may yet enjoy the needed
Miss Kate Scott of your city returned
home to-dav from a very pleasant visit
at Mr. Joe A. Perrv's. Rki-outkh.
sympathize with them :
500.000 Bnsliels of Wheat
Wanted bv the City Grain & Feed
f!o.. delivered at McLemore's Corn
Mills, or on cars at any railroad sta
tion. City Grain & Feed Co. tf
Santa Fk. Julv PI. On the 2nd inst
Mrs. S. W. Galloway, who has been sick
for moro than two years, was summon
ed from this earth to a brighter world
above. To her daughter, Mrs. Lovie
Woodv. who has been so faithful in at
ten.liriir to her mother's wants, w
would say, "Grieve not for your mother
as those who have no hope, for you can
see her again," and to her two son and
bereaved husband we extend our deer
On'theSth inst, at about 11 o'clock
and small quantities.
Sattkkkikm & Dodson.
Wbnt I Ileally Needed.
"Somebody lias invented another talk
"That's a stupid thing to do. Won't
these scientists ever learn that what the
world needs is listening machines?"'
To the poet, to the philosopher, to
the saint, all things are friendly and
sacred, all events profitable, all days
holy, all men divine. Emerson.
The man who has not passionate lo
cal attachments can never becomo pa
triotic in any broad or generous sense.
Three Special Bargains in Mch'n Fine LA
Suits. Unquestionably the lowest prices ever 1
named lor suits ol equal value.
OX COUNTER NO. 1.
Strictly All-Wool Suits, broken lots,
only one or two of a kind; none that
sold for less than $10.00, nnd some as
hiirh as if 18,00; your choice for
OX COUNTER NO. 2.
Strictly up-to-date Suits, well worth
from $12..r0 to $15.00; your choice, as
long as they last, for
OX COUNTER NO. :.
You will find the very latest fads, in
both cuts and colorings; these suits are
worth from $14.00 to $lK.0t; choice this
jfWlien we say this is the greatest Suit opportunity we have
lever presented to you we base our statement upon our
y"knowledge of tho worth of Clothing, and our long experl
ienceas the largest Clothing sellers in the city.
Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters,
No. 307 N. College Street,
Between Union St feet and 1'nblic Square,
profitable returns from
advertising in Hie . .
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HERE IS A
Farmers! Farmers! Farmers!
Hear in mind that wo have had
made especially to order !U),0(H)
wheat bags which we will furnish
you on most satisfactory terms. Do
not fail to see us before selling your
wheat. City (5 rain & Fkkd Co. tf
(Jl'ALlTV ( ItKKk.
(M'Ai.ri'Y Ckkkk, July ll-We have
had some splendid rains during the past
ten days, which were very much appre
ciated oy our farmers. ( in the -un i tie
heaviest rain fell that lias fallen for a
Ion ir while.
Miss l ancy, or Mcrmns, is visiting
her sister Mrs. Clem Thomas and at
tended services at Khene.er Sunday
Miss Mary Ntoekard and nephews,
Willie and Luther Mockard, are rustr
cat i ii ir at Wavland Sprinsis.
Miss winter lionir. oi itiuiey. is wun
friends and relatives here.
Miss Mildred Wright is with relatives
in Mt. rieasant.
Messrs. Luther lseiidennan and ill
Alexander, of Mt. Pleasant, were on the
creek last week on luisiiies.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Swann and little
son Fleetwood, visited Mr. and Mrs.
John Howard, at Sumniertown, last
fr.t.ullv mitnher from Mus nlftce lit-
tended the Christian Kudeavor Conveir
tion at McCains, and each reports a nice
There will be "Children's Day" at
Kbene.er on Friday, the iird. The af
ternoon will be devoted to missionary
With best wishes for the Hkrai.p's
success, we are as ever,
.im.a and Nkli.
WHY.' Recauseit lias
heen proven by many
advertisers during the
past forty years that
the HERALD stands
first in character and
influence with its' read
t AMT BRANCH.
Camp Nranch, July 12. We have
been having a good deal of rain the past
week and wheat threshing has been
somewhat delayed. Wheat isunuaually
good, averaging from 30 to 3o bushels to
the acre. Corn, though late, is looking
tine, and prospects are for a good crop.
Hev. L. W. (i rimes has heen quite sick
with tlnx, but is much better at this
Mrs. WilllftO Kindle is very low at
this writing. She has been in feeble
health for some time.
Mrs. Maude Wood and little daugh
ter, Jessie, of Hofman, Texas, aecom-
In the Herald's
the latest machinery
the newest type and the
greatest care are used
and the best workman
ship employed. Itrin
your printing to us and
get satisfaction iu hot
prices and work.
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For spring of 1S97 we offer you the finest line of vehicles
we nave ever brouernt to uoiumDia. rorhne ana 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 t lis a pleasure to
shozv goods. Come and see us!
SATTEftFIELD & D0DS0N.