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THE COLUMBIA IIEISALI): FUIDAY, SEI'TEMBEK 3.
Are the cry, and here
is the place lo find them.
We have all kinds of new goods
coming in daily from the East,
where our buyer has been for
some time picking up good
things that we will scatter abroad
over this land at
lloek Uottom Prices.
You should see our new line of
I'enangs, Ducks, Calicoes, etc.,
just in a few days ago, and we
are selling them too, so you will
have to get in line or miss the
opportunity of getting the
Keep your eye on our bargains.
Our Remnant Counter will be
loaded with many choice things
from all over the store. We are
making room for a big new stock,
and are pushing the old 6tuff out
at remnant prices.
Saturday anil Rlonaay amy,
600 yards checked muslin, at fc.
760 yards Sea Island domestic, at 4c.
900 yards good brown domestic at 4c.
1000 yards calico, in pretty styles
and good quality at 4c.
It pays you to trade with us.
Maury Dry Goods Co.
Mr. F. Swansburg left the first of
the week for Atlanta, Ga., to visit
his brother. From there he went to
Savannah, where he took a steamer
for New York. He will return in
two or three weeks with a full line
of new goods for the Racket.
Mrs. M. E. Williamson, of the
Trade Palace, left Monday morning
for New York and Baltimore to pur
chase millinery. Mr. Petri will
leave to-morrow for the East to
glean the markets for bargains.
Mr. Kol Gross, proprietor of the
Ree Hive, will leave for the Eastern
markets in a few days.
Moses Gross has returned from the
School Will Begin September S.
Miss Raird's school for girls and
boys will begin September 8, in the
room adjoining the residence of Mr.
KillhefTer, formerly occupied by Dr.
W. C. Dorsett as an office. Instruc
tion will be thorough. She will ap
preciate the patronage of her friends
and the public, r or further particu
lars apply to or address,
Miss Maky Raikd,
Corner West Seventh and Running
ton sts., Columbia, Tenn. 8 20 2
Opening of the Institute.
On Wednesday morning, Septem
ber 15. at 10 o'clock, Rishop Gailor
will formally open the Christmas
term of the Institute in St. Mar
garet's Chapel. The friends of the
Institute are invited to be present.
The day pupils are requested to
assemble in the school hall at 0:30
o'clock. Esther H. Shoui
As the Time Is Now On
for making pickle, vc have for
you all the spices, both mixed
and straight. Also good coun
try apple vinegar.
Try a sack of our "White Loaf"
or "Farmers1 Choice" Flour.
It's awful the way we do sell
Sugar and Molasses. If you
have not tried us, give
trial and be happy. (Jot
tiling to sell? "See?"
W. E. McKENXON,
Slieppard's old stand.
Meeting of the V. 1. C
All members of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy are
urgently asked to be present at a
meeting to bo held with Mrs. Ellen
Dunnington Saturday, Sept. 4, 1S!7,
at 4 o'clock. A full attendance is
desired, as matters of interest to the
Chapter will be discussed. J
Mrs. N. R. Sheitarii, Seet'y.
Columbia Creamery Company.
A meeting of all the stock-holders
of the Columbia Creamery Co., is
called for to-morrow, Saturday, Sep
tember 4. 1S'.T, in the Circuit Court
room, at 10 o'clock. Let all stock
holders utt nd. L. P. 1'AlxiKTT,
O. Irvine is back from
is attending the
Miss Katie Latta is visiting Nash
W. R. Hodge, of Nashville, was
here this week.
Miss Hortense Roberts is visiting
Walter Rain is visiting his par
ents in Giles county.
Marvin Crosthwait attended the
Centennial this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Fulton spent
yesterday in Nashville.
Clark Jones has entered Howard
Institute at Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Carrie E. Smith has returned
from a visit to Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fans returned
from Nashville last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rainsand Mas
ter Aris are at Summertown.
Rev. W. A. Provine has returned
from his vacation in Kentucky.
Mr. W. J. Dale and family re
turned Tuesday from Reaver Dam.
Hardin Figuers has gone to Mt.
Pleasant to enter Howard Institute.
Mrs. E. S. Fowler is on a week's
visit to friends in Rowling Green,
Mr. S. E. Callender returned from
a visit to Gallatin the first of the
Hon. Z. W. Ewing, and wife, of
Pulaski, are with Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
Mrs. Ed Turner and little child
are spending a week with relatives
Miss Jessie Harrison, of Little
Rock, Ark., is visiting Miss Lottie
Mr. R. C. Ewing and family re
fumed the first of the week from
Mr. John Trotwood Moore has re
turned from a visit to his parents it
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McLemore
are visiting Mr. McLemore's parents
at spring urn.
Miss Katheriue Hatch, of Soldier
Creek, Fla., is the guest of Miss
Mrs. J. Goldsmith and two daugh
ters, of Memphis, are visiting rela
tives in the city.
Mrs. j . r. Li. Cochran and son
Tom returned Tuesday from a week's
visit to Nashville
Miss Fannie Louie Smith leaves
to-day for a two weeks' visit to
friends in Lebanon.
Miss Willie Uhamn is making an
extended visit to relatives and
friends in Nashville
Mis Mary Rlackburn and little
John Pa rh am have returned from a
visit to Cathey's Creek.
Will Howard has returned to
Ringham's School, N. C
Mr. Anderson Craig and family
nave returned from Reaver Dam.
Mr. Will Jones will leave to-day
for Monte oano, for a week s vaca
Messrs. Clyde Latta and Monte
Fariss left Tuesday for Draughon's
Rusiness College, Nashville
Mrs. Fred Latta and little Louise
who were visiting relatives at South
port, returned home Sunday
Messrs. Geo. Frierson and Alf
Nicholson returned this week from
several days' stay at Primms
Miss Emma Allensworth, of San
Antonio, Texas, visited the family
of Mr. G. T. Hughes last week
Harry Jones left Monday morning
for Spring Hill, to enter the school
of Messrs. Rranham & Hughes.
Col. and Mrs. R. F. Looney and
daughter Miss Lou, of Memphis,
visited relatives here this week.
Miss Charlotte Henderson re
turned this week from an extended
visit to Chicago and other places.
Miss Shannon, of Ocean Springs,
Miss., who was the guest of Miss
Willie Riddle, has returned home.
Miss Marion Nichols, after spend
ing the vacation days in Columbia,
has returned to school at Fayette
ville. Mrs. T. C. Petri and little Relding
are visiting relatives in Memphis,
and from there they will go to Cin
cinnati. Mr. D. W. Petri leaves to-morrow
for a few days visit in Nashville.
He will move his family here about
Marsh Cheairs, who has been
traveling for a New York clothing
firm for some time, has returned to
Mr. R. M. Rarnes, of the repor
torial force of the Nashvilla Sun,
paid the Hkrald a pleasant call
Mr. T. N. Jones and Mrs. John J.
Stephenson returned this week from
an extended visit to Atlantic City
and Long Rranch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cole, of Cedar
Falls, Iowa, are here this week.
Mr. Cole is a member of the firm of
Harris & Cole Rros.
Mr. R. C. Ewing and Innis Dob
bins left Tuesday for a business trip
to New York, and will see Niagara
Falls before returning home.
Mrs. E. H. Hatcher and daughter
Miss Ethel left Monday for Staun
ton, Va., where Miss Ethel will en
ter the Mary Raldwin Seminary.
Tom Irvine, formerly of Nash
viile, spent several days in Colum
bia this week, and left for Shelby-
v i lie, where he will enter business
Rev. F. R. Webb and family,
Misses Loulie and Sadie Sheegog,
and Misses Dot and Kliso Ewing re
turned Tuesday from Reaver Rain.
Mrs. Geo. Rethurum and little
daughter, Dorothv, of Franklin,
have returned home after a few
days' visit to the familv of Mr. J. R.
Owen Friel. of Ryersburir. who
was called to the bedside of his sis
ter, Mrs. W. P. Hastings, in Mar
shall county, returned home Satur
day, after a few days stay in Colum
bia. Messrs. Rriggs and Guy Mc
Lemore lft lust Saturday for Char
lottesville, Va. Rriggs will enter
DID YOU KNOW
that we are
.iidwins Buttermilk Soup,
.ldo per box.
(In me white
ing liHth ) . .
. ."(; per cuke.
ri)e per do.,
.frtlo per do.
Colgate's Turkish Bath,
Colgate's Palm Soap,
Colgate's While (Mediates,
lOc per cake, j
Klc per cake.
I'aruua Violet Soap,
10c per cake.
Colgate's Cashmere Boquet,
small l.u: per cake.
Colgate's Cashmere Bomiet,
l"c per cake.
-c per cake.
12;C per cake.
. 10c, per cake.
. .10c per cake.
Toilet Carbolic Soap,
Cream Witch Hazel,
-c and 10c per cake.
(Jlohc Family Laundry,
'ly per cake.
White Rose and White Ivory,
oc and 10c percake.
Then why buy clap-trap trash at
about the same figures?
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
the University of Virginia at that
place, and Guy will go to a prepara
tory school near there.
Miss Marie Rrevard. of Hickman.
Ky who was the guest of Mrs. C.
W. Mitchell, left the first of the
week for Dickson Springs. Mrs.
Mitchell and children accompanied
her as far as Nashville, and from
there Miss Genie went to Kansas
City, Mo., where she enters the
Scarrett Rible College, to which she
was given a scholarship bv the
And keep posted by reading
our "ad" each week. We can
fatten you and your pocket
book at the same time, for our
large stock of groceries is fresh,
pure and wholesome and our
prices are reasonable. Head
quarters for salt and for bar
ley, rye and all field seeds. We
wan't your trade and want to
Frierson & Embry,
'Phone 107. South Main Street.
Personals Culled From Exchanges.
Col. Jo L. Hutton, cashier of the
Phoenix Rank of Columbia, came
over last Sunday to hear Mr. Can
non preach at the Presbyterian
cnurcn. uiad to see him over.
Shelby vllle Gazette.
Miss Flora Harlan, of Columbia,
who has been the guest of Miss
Millikin, returned home this morn
ing. Nashville Banner.
Well, What are Vou Lookiug For J
The cheapest place to liuv Groceries
Well, you had better see White ,t Paim-
wood, or in .Main Street. They will
it lbs best seed-tick green coffee $1.0(1
8 lbs best golden Rio ureen coffee . $1,011
sins ArtiucKies, or j,everinir
11 ins is ior next isatunlay and
Monday onlv, and cash onlv.
Nothing less than $1.00 worth at
New Orleans Molasses, per gallon . .15
14 lbs best country, lard $1.(M)
15 lbs best leaf lard $1.00
cnicKens, eggs and nutter we beat
ti oz. bottle snuff 10
I quart can Silver Nectar syrup 10
New country sorghum just received.
Call and be 'convinced.'
WH1TK & 1 AIM WOOD,
Bell Telephone 21. North Main .Street.
Mr. R. G. Linn, Jr., son of Rev. R.
G. Linn, died at his home in Saw
dust Valley Tuesday, August 31,
aged 35 years. The funeral services
were conducted at Nebo Wednes
day afternoon at 3 o'clock by Rev.
E. L. Gregory, and the remains
were interred in Nebo cemetery.
0. W. KLEIN,
By an entirely new
process I am enabled
to make an accurate tit, In most cases
without the use of Atropine or any other
driiH whatever. Permanently located at
Novelty Millinery Store, Columbia, Tenn.
Short li orn Heifers for Sale.
Several Shorthorn heifers for sale.
Call to see them out at my farm near
Dark s Mills, or for particulars, ad
dress, Maky W.Irvinh, Executrix.
9 3 2t.
Fire At Heaver Dam.
The hotel at Reaver Dam Springs
caught fire last Sunday morning
through the carelessness of servants,
and was burned to the ground. The
building was not being run as a
hotel, but was occupied by the
private families of Messrs. Will
Brooks and J. F. Walker, of Mt.
Pleasant, who saved nearly all their
furniture. The building was un
insured; loss about $600.
Rich Litlle Farm For Sale.
One mile and a-half from Colum
bia on Hampshire pike; containing
about 40 acres of rich level land;
high and dry building site; two
small houses and two bams; plenty
of good water for man and beast.
Vric $2.S50; terms easy. Address
"H," care the Hkkai.p," or inquire
at the first toll gate on the Hamp
shire pike. augl: 3t
Choked to Death!
On soggy bread should have used
"lUin S'ii'." It bakes light as a
Jealousy is the key that opens
Wednesday. September 1. ushered
in the oyster season.
Troubles are like babies; they
grow larger by nursing.
Miss Mary Walker's school for
children opened last Monday.
Mr. Henry Harlan, after a serious
spell of illness, is able to be up.
J. Rosenthal's two stores are be
ing improved by a coat of paint.
Mr. A. J. Alexander has moved
into the I. Rarker house, on 4rh
Mr. J. H. Kinnard. of the Lasea
neighborhood, is clerking at Henry
Cheairs Mayes is now boarding
with Mrs. W.B. Dobbins, on Sixth
Rat wings and all new novelties in
neckwear just received, at Henry
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell you
the best of organs and pianos. See
him before buying. tf
The ex-Confederate Rivouac and
Camp will meet in the court-house
next Monday morning at 11 o'clock.
Hereafter, the post-oilice will be
open on Sunday from the time the
morning nrail arrives until 12 :!i0
White & Daimwood. the North
Main street grocers, will commence
building an addition to their house
Edward Andrews, who was pain
fully injured by falling from a tree
one day last week, is able to be out
Mr. W. W. Dennis has moved his
grocery-store from near Rurn s
Springs to the old Cook stand on
South Main street.
Mr. Geo. L. Thomas, who has
been on the sick list for several
weeks, was able to be down town
one dav this week.
Miss Annie Lou Houser has re
covered from a spell of typhoid
fever, and is now on a visit to rela
tives in the country.
Miss Mary Rlackburn, who has
been teaching at the McDowell
school for a number of years, will
teach at the Athenieum this year.
R. H. Guest has been appointed
Election Commissioner for Maury
County, to fill the vacancy caused
by the death of Gen. Marcus
Mrs. W. P. Hastings, (nee Miss
Mary Friel), of Wilhoite, Marshall
county, who was seriously ill last
week, we are glad to report much
Maj. J. T. Williamson, who was
confined to his home for two or three
weeks with a sore foot, we are glad
to report able to be out, though still
A movement is being made to re
organize the old Wittt rifles to go
down to Nashville Saturday, Sent.
11, and take part in the Nashville
Messrs. Gray and Bennett, of
Nashville, have rented the Guest
House on South Main street, and
will hereafter conduct the hotel
Messrs. J. L. Hutton, U. H. Fos
ter, J. C. Voorhies, Perry Snell and
Dr. J. D. Smith, who have been
hoarding at the Rethell, are now
boarding with Mrs. J. R. Wilkins,
on West Seventh street.
Messrs. T. J. Rea & Son, of this
city, have purchased the stave fac
tory from Ti. L. Frierson & Co., near
Summertown, and Mr. W. R. Kerr
has nccepted the position as man
ager of the commissary department.
A north-bound freight tri in struck
a cow in Dodson's (Jap, two miles
north of Lynnville, last Sunday
night, derailing the
causing a hold-up
trains on this line
The Board of Mayor and Alder
men met in regular monthly session
last Friday night, and, upon invita
tion or the tire department, inspec
ted the new order of things in that
department. They were highly
pleased with the improvement.
An old Confederate soldier giving
his name as J. ti. Dorsey, attracted
considerable attention on the streets
Wednesday. He was on his way
from Alabama to Kentucky, and
was driving a little black mule,
which he said was 38 years old, and
did service for the Confederacy
during the war, in Duke's command,
tirst Kentucky Cavalry.
When a man puts an advertise
ment in the Herald, he needn't be
surprised to receive answer from al
most any part of the globe. Only this
week a Hkkat.d advertiser here in
Columbia received an answer to his
advertisement from Senor Faustino
Rodiqueg, Proviencia de Entre
Rios, Republico Argentine.
The brick office heretofore stand
ing in the corner of Mr. R. W.
Watkins' yard, has been torn down
and blue grass will be allowed to
cover its site. A new porch will be
put on that side of the house, a more
ornamental fence around the yard,
and the house treated to a fresh
coat of paint; all of which will add
very much to the appearance of the
Thirty years ago Col. H.G.Evans,
of this city, was traveling for a shoe
house and sold a consignment of
children's shoes to a merchant in a
little Alabama town, who fixed his
retail price on them at $1.50 per
pair, ror some reeson failure to
advertise, more than likely the
shoes remained, year after year, in
their place on the shelf. One day
last week Col. Evans was in this
same store and this same merchant
was begging the people to take the !
shoes at 5 cents per pair. Col. Evans
bought a p-iir as a relic and brought
them home. Here's a lesson for
other merchants advertise.
Special Prices in Millinery.
For the next (50 days we will sell
our stock of mid-simer Millinery
at half pr'ce. Special bargains in
trimmed hats and sailors. Do Miss
Cakkoi.i. the honor to call.
Entrance through store of McKennon
Anderson A Foster.
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Mr. and Mrs. John P. McGaw, Jr.,
entertained at euchre Wednesday
evening, at their pleasant country
home on the Rigbyville pike, in
honor of their guest. Miss Seay, of
Shreveport, La. The house was
decorated in an artistic manner, and
during the evening delightful re
freshments were served. One of the
most pleasing features of the occa
sion was several whistling rendi
tions by Miss Seay, accompanied by
Mrs. McGaw on the piano. The
head prizes were won by Miss Seay
and Mr. J. C. Dexter, and the
boobies by Miss Katherine Wilkes
and Mr. Drake Clopton. Those in
attendance were: Miss Rianca
Czap8ki, R. L. McKinney; Miss
Katherine Hatch, of Honda, J.
Cheairs Mayes; Miss Helen Smith,
Win, W. Evans; Miss Ethel Hend
ley, Sam Harlan; Miss Eva. James,
W. R. Wooten; Miss Janie Elam,
John C. Dexter; Miss Marion Coop
er, of Nashville, W. A. Dale; Miss
Louise Dobbins, W. R. Embry; Miss
Narcissa Williams, of Louisiana, W.
C. Tydall; Miss Mary Wilkes, A. R.
Harlan; Miss Rebecca Williamson,
Hugh Brown; Miss Elizabeth Whit-
thorne, of Shelbyville, Drake Clop
ton; Dr. and Mrs. Robt. Pillow, Mr.
and Mrs. L. R. Hughes. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Alexander, Mrs. Mary
Hines, Mrs. Sue Gray Dunnington,
Mrs.E. W. Carmack, Misses Rosa
Rarnett, Annie Williamson and
September JKh, 8 p. in., at the
Opera House, Rev. J. Wm. Jones,
Chaplain-General U. C. ., formerly
chaplain to General Robert E. Lee,
will deliver a lecture, the proceeds
to go toward the erection of a memo
rial to Confederate dead of the bat
tle of Fort Donaldson. The Rich
mond Dispatch said of Dr. Jones'
lecture on Stonewall Jackson:
"Suffice it to say that he had a noble
theme and did it justice. From the
commencement to the close the
audience were spell-bound. We
hope that Mr. Jones may be in
duced to repeat a lecture which
awakened so much of interest, and
must do incalculable good else
where. Through it Jackson being
dead yet speaketh."
Mr. Monte Fariss entertained the
following young people very pleas
antly on last Thursday evening:
Jake Harlan, Miss Rrooks; Harry
Jones, Miss Kate Latta; Walter
Estes, Miss Callie Craig; Meredith
King, Miss Ida Lipscomb; Peeler
Harlan, Miss Marion Nichols ; Monte
Fariss, Miss Irene Kippax; Charley
Fariss, Miss Ress Alcorn; Clyde
Latta, Miss Pearle Fariss.
A pleasant progressive whist partv
was tendered Mrs. S. Lazarus of
Memphis and Miss Levinson of Lit
tie Rock, at the home of Mr. D.
Lazarus last Thursday evening.
Ten couples enjoyed the interesting
game and the delicious refreshments
which followed. Beautiful prizes
were won by Mrs. M. H. Lazarus,
Misses Bertha Rosenthal and Belle
L? Vinson, and Messrs. A. Simtiels,
A. Hirsch, and M. H. Lazarus.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ren entertained
at their home on Sixth street last
Friday evening, complimentary to
Mrs. ilea's brother. Emmet Dagger.
(iuite a number of young people
were present, and all enjoyed them
The Jane Knox Chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion had a delightful called meeting
at the home of Mrs. W. P. Morgin
last Friday afternoon. After the
businessof themeeting was finished.
ow i llio Time!
Purify the lilood. the foimtnln of life.
(4UKKS W AV'S W;,0,.
Contains SnrMiparilln. si IIHiP-rln. Bur
dock l'oke Boot . Trtfnliuui and Iodide of
Potash, all of which are known as possess-
in it t he best curative p roper t les for discuses
arlsinij Iroin iiiumre llood. It also Mhnu-
hitesthe 1 . 1 K 1 1 . I lie sewer system, aim
t hroiiL'h this orunn helps mil lire throw off
Impure secret inn. Impart imt new life and
energy. nr n ireneim sireimi ncuinir tonic
and system builder ihls medicine cannot
be excelled. We n-e el rn cure in select Im;
the drtois Unit enter into thecoinposltUili ot
(iHKK N W A Y 'S S A 1! S A P A It 1 I.I. A,
the best that money can buv, It is made
In our house by the best method known to
Modern Plin rioiicv. and we ri connneiitl It
for nil discuses of ! he II l.ooli A M) 1.1 V K.K.
WOLDKIMii: A: IK VINE,
a dainty menu was served, which
was greatly enjoyed by all. The
decorations consisted of the Na
tional colors, and were arranged in
a most attractive manner.
Miss Rachel Barker gave an ele
gant whist partv last Wednesday
evening, complimentary to Miss
Relle Levinsou of Little Rock, Ark.
The highest score was made by
Mrs. M. II. Lazarus, who received u
handsome piece of bric-a-brac. A
dainty collation was served ere the
Mrs. Jake Barker gave a drive
whist last Monday evening, which
was a most charming affair. The
honorees of the occasion, Mrs. S.
Lazarus and Miss Belle Levinsou,
were the winners of the ipretty
A most enjoyable dance was giv
en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Samuels Tuesday evening, compli
mentary to Miss Relle Levinson, of
The Misses Rosenthal entertained
delightfully last Friday evening in
honor of Miss Levinson. the popular
guest of Miss Henrietta Lazarus.
Shoes at Cost.
I have brought here from Guthrie,
Ky., my stock of shoes and Gents
Furnishing goods, to be sold at cost,
as I mean to quit business, and have
placed them in the store now occu
pied by Mrs. H. F. Fariss.
The stock consists of a very fine
line of ladies' and children's shoes,
such as Zeigler, Dittman and Krip
pendorM make; also hosiery, under
wear, collars, handkerchiefs, men'g
shoes, hats and furnishing goods.
Do not miss this opportunity, as
everything must go in the next (W
days. Moka R. Fariss.
Miss Walker's School.
Miss Walker's school bewail its 12th
session Monday, August 30, with the
best opportunit ies fr thorough train
ing in the regular English branches,
music, etc. 8 27 2t
Fire In Nashville.
The brick building corner Church
and Front streets, Nashville, occu
pied by Diehl & Lord's beer, cider
and soda water works, was totally
destroyed by fire last Wednesday
night. Loss about $20,01)1); insurance
$7,000.' By the explosion of a soda
water fount, four spectators were
The Iheail Riots
can never occur here while "Illm.
SrdP' lasts. All grocer's keep it. tf
McDowell School Opening.
McDowell school will open Mon
day, September (ith, at 8:H0 a. in.
All pupils expecting to attend at
any time during the term are re
quested to he present, and all
patrons and persons interested in
the success of the school are earnest
ly desired to be at the opening.
Tuition tree to all pupils residing
in the Nth district out of the cor
poration. Others will he charged
$2 per month in the primary and $H
in secondary and high school
brandies. The primary department
will be conducted by Mrs. Jesse
Tomlinsou and Miss Lillie Roberts.
High school and secondary by
principal, assisted by Mr. V. R.
Turner, formerly principal of Cul
leoka Graded School.
It Jessk To.mlinson, Prin.
Fat "Blue Seal'
if you want to be happy.
Thursday, October 2S, has been
selected as the date for "Presby
terian Day" at the Centennial.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Creim of T.irt.-.r Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 Years the StandarJ.
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