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THE COLUMBIA IIEHALD: FIJI DAY. OCTOREIl 13. 1S97.
read our advertisement as
you would a squib, at a
passing glance, but scan
every line closely and
pass a single article, or
you will miss the best
bargains of the week. Re
member we always give
you good ones.
to see our stock of Dress
(ioods. We can please
you in color, quality, style
to see our line of Capes
and Jackets; they are
perfect gems, and the
cheapest in town.
to see our stock of all
wool Blankets and Eider
down Comforts. We carry
the best quality at the
lowest prices. Come and
see for yourself.
to see our bargains for
One lot Brown Canton Flannel,
in short lengths only, and
cheap at 6c. Our price 3,'3'c pr.
One lot Bleached Canton Flan
nel, worth "c. Our price 5c pr. yd.
1000 yards Bleached Domestic,
30 inches wide, and absolute
ly free from dressing, worth
70. Our price only S' jC
1000 yards Indigo
A nice line of School Handker
chiefs for the children, only
Observe the above
will seo that
prices and you
It pays you to trade with us.
Maury Dry Goods Co.
Mr. A. H. Guest, of Nashville,
visiting relatives here.
Kidney Cameron, of Sheffield,
Ala., fs with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Cameron.
Miss Mable Tubb. of Selma. Ala.,
was the guest of Miss Beulah Us
sery last week.
Mr. Gillie Ussery, of Montgomery,
Ala., came up last week to visit
homefolks. Ho also visited the
Centennial, accompanied by his sis
ter, Miss Beulah, and her guest,
Miss Mable Tubb.
Mrs. U. V. Nichols, of Living
ston, Ala., is expected in Columbia
Lornie Wood i3 spending a week
with relatives in Nashville.
Miss Mamie Tucker returned Sat
urday from a visit to friends at
Mr. W. D. Cameron, who lias been
confined to his bed for the past ten
days, we are glad to report improv
ing. Mr. John H.Thomas has recovered
after several days illness.
Miss Addie Wood returned last
Friday from a four months' visit to
As the Time Is Now On
for makinir pickle, wc have for
you all the spices, both mixed
and straight. Also good coun
try apple vinegar.
Try a sack of our "White Loaf"
or "Farmers' Choice" Flour.
It's awful the way we do sell
Sugar and Molasses. If you
have not tried us, give
trial and be happy. Got
thing to sell? "See?"
V E. McKENNOX,
Sheppard's old stand
Chancery Court re-convened Mon
day, with Chancellor Abernathy
presiding; but yesterday he was
taken sick again and had to return
to Pulaski, and Mr. E. H. Hatcher
was made Chancellor pro tempore.
The sale of the Bethell house store
property, as given in the Hekald
last week, and the Opera House,
which was bought by Capt J. B.
Wilson several weeks ago, were con
. firmed. Advance bids on the Kuhu
home place.aud the Kubn & Turpin
factory will be received up to to-day
at 12 o'clock, and on the Webb farm
up to Oct. 20 at 12 o'clock.
BUY "BLUE SEAL-"
Fell Front a Tree.
Last Friday, while Van Laucaster
was in the top of a large tree on the
bluff of the river, endeavoring to
capture a 'coon, the limb on which
he was holding gave way, and he
fell to the bottom, n distance of be
tween 60 and (10 feet. His left wrist
was broken and he was badly bruis-
ed. but fortunately, the injuries
sustained are not serious.
Mext Saturday & rnonaay
Mrs. E. I. Joyce is with relatives
Miss Laura Taylor has returned
Mrs. S. 8. Fleming is tho guest of
friends in Nashville.
Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Killhelfer are
visiting in Nashville,
Miss Porter Akin returned this
week from Nashville.
Lieut. W. N. Hughes is in Wash
ington City on business.
Mr. Perry Hnell returned the first
of the week from Kentucky.
Mr. A. S. James has returned from
a business trip to New York.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Titcomb are
visiting friends in Nashville.
Miss Neeley Abernathy, of Cul
leoka, is visiting Miss Katie Hen
derson. Mr. Thos. Shnlar, of New Orleans,
La., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Miss Hannah Elliott, of Birming
ham, Ala., is visiting friends at the
Mrs. John West and daughter,
Miss Alice, have returned from
Mrs. R. E. Nichols and little
daughtej, Lelia May, are visiting in
Mrs. F. J. Hendley and Miss Ethel
Hendley returned this week from
Mrs. W. B. Milam ha3 returned
from a three days' visit to her sister
Misses Fletcher and Pearl Fariss
returned this week from a visit to
Mrs. Mary E. Lovan, of Spring
field, Mo., is with her daughter,
Mrs. Joe Brownlow.
Miss Helen Eugenia Lewis, of
Birmingham. Ala., is the guest of
Miss Louise Dobbins.
Dr. F. C. Williams, of Savaunah,
spent from Saturday until Monday
with his friend, Dr. Page.
Mr. Charles Rosenthal and family,
of Milwaukee, Wis., are visiting the
family of Mr. J. Rosenthal.
Geo. D. Colquitt, who has been
visiting his parents here, left Mon
day for Washington, D. C.
Monte Fariss, of Draughon's Busi
ness College, spent Saturday and
Sunday with his home folks.
Mrs. James Avent, of Murfrees-
boro, spent last week with her
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Frierson.
Mrs. John Hagey (nee Miss Ma
mie McUaw), of Bowling Green,
Ky., is visiting her parents here.
Mrs. Ella Burnett has returned to
Birmingham, after a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Irvine.
Miss Annie Leal Wilson has re
turned to school at Bowling Green,
Ky., after several weeks visit to her
Dr. Hazel Padgett has been in at
tendance at the meeting of the Tri
State Medical Society in Nashville
Miss Lucy Haley, of Birmingham,
and Miss Annie Davis, of Bear
Creek, are visiting the family of Mr,
Mrs. Patton Williams and chil
dren and Mrs. Gore and daughter,
of New Orleans, are visiting rela
tives in Columbia.
Mr. A. O. McKennon has gone to
Lincoln county, where he will en
gage in business. His numerous
friends wish him success.
Mr. R. M. Williams has returned
to Kansas City, Mo., accompanied
by his mother. Mrs. Mary M. Will
iams, and his little son Robert.
Hon. S. D. McEnery, United States
Senator from Louisiana, accompa
nied by his family and sister, Mrs.
Calloway, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Hatcher. J hey are en
route to their home in New Orleans
from Asheville, N. C, where they
have been for the summer.
on CJrooeries and Field Seed.-? bv
coming and getting our prices before
buying elsewhere. We also handle
MI( IIIUAS SALT,
the best on the market. Now is the
lime to get your Barley and Bye. We
have a full stock of both, together with
nil kinds of
generally . carried in a strictly Field
.Seed establishment Don't forget out
place of business on corner South Main
and F.ighth streets. All orders by tele
phone will receive prompt attention.
Frierson k Embrjy
'Phone 107. .
FOR A GOOD CAUSE.
The DniiRlitpr of the Confeileriicy Mill
On the first Monday in November
the United Daughters of the Con
federacy will serve dinner in one of
the vacant store houses on the
square. The object of this dinner,
is to raise funds to aid in relieving
the wants of old Confederate sol
diers who frequently apply to this or
der fo" assistance. This is a worthy
cause, and every one should do their
part in making it a success. As old
age grows upon the gallant heroes
who fought and bled for our rights
and liberties, and some or them a re
infirm and destitute, those in better
circumstances should find it a pleas
ant duty to help supply them with
the necessities of life. Let every
one do his part.
On our goods, so don't fail to call
and yet our prices before purchasing.
oetl5 2t James Bros.
For many weeks there has been
no rain in the Culleoka vicinity, un
til last Sunday, and the ground has
been dry and baked and springs and
wells have ceased to flow; but. not
withstanding this, a stream of water
burst forth on the side of the public
road about two miles from that
town, one dav last week, at a place
! where a spring was never known to
! lie) before. The water is
clear, and at last accounts
he running in a bold stream,
people are "up-to-date."
There are Styles and Good Taste in
and there should he.
Letter paper and envelopes are
your representatives. They
should look as well as you do
when you make a call or pay a
visit. Our high grade stationery
will remind your correspondents
of you in your best attire. It
does not cost so much either.
Good taste in Stationery is not
expensive. There is correct taste
and latest style in our line of
linen papers, and at right prices.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
After several days illness, the
spirit of little Janle, the only daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Enos Cardwell,
left its pain-racked body last Wed
nesday morning ana returned to us
Maker. The funeral services were
conducted in the South Columbia
Methodist Church Thursday morn
ing at 10 o'clock by Revs. W. I).
Wendeland E. L. Gregory, and the
remains were laid in their last earth
ly restins place in Rose Hill Ceme
tery. Deceased was only eleven
years of age, and was an unusually
bright and lovable child. Only a
day or two before she was taken ill
she gave her little heart to God and
promised to be true to Her Master
and live in His devotion. The be
reaved parents, who bestowed upon
her the fondest parental atiecuon,
have the sincere sympathy of num
Mr. William R. Kindel died
Thursday, Oct. 2, at bis home near
Mt. Pleasant, in the 78th year of his
age. The funeral services were con
ducted Saturday at 10 o'clock a. m.,
by Rev. A. C. Couey, in the Metho
dist Church atMt. Pleasant, of which
denomination deceased had for
years been a devoted member, and
interment took place in the ceme
tery at that place. He had lived
near Mt. Pleasant for the past . forty
six years, and wa an esteemed citi
zen and an honorable, upright man.
His wife preceded him to the grave
about three months ago. He was
the father of a large family of chil
dren, of which Mrs. W. S. Jennings
and Mr. Ed. Kindel, of this county,
Rev. Joel W. Hicks died last
Thursday at his home near Ben. in
the 65th year of his age. The
fnneral services were held Friday at
Concord, conducted by Rev. John
Hussell. and the remains were in
terred in Concord cemetery. De
ceased was a minister in the Prim
itive Baptist Church, and was an
earnest worker for his Master's
cause. He leaves a wife and ten
Mr. Norman Weaver died Oct. 6
at his home at Selma, Ala., his
death being oaused by Bright's
disease. Mr. Weaver was for sev
eral months electrician and nnna
per for the Columbia Water & Light
EAT "BLUE SEAL'
Ami the Almost riiireoeil'iitl Drouth
The long drouth which had pre
vailed for many weeks, not only in
Maury County and Tennessee, nut
all over the South and West, was
broken Sunday by showers which
extended over a wide expanse of
territory. This break-up of the long
dry spell is welcomed by the people
as an earnest or more ana better
rains, which will be needed to
moister the long-parched earth and
also as a relief from the dust, which
lias been almost suffocating. Count
less numbers of farmers hailed the
showers as their salvation from
heavy misfortune, as for days and
days'they have been waiting for a
favorable time to put in their winter
wheat and break up tlielr Dimea
Cheaper than ever known and a
greater variety, is a special feature
this season. Jamks Bkos.
SOUTH EAST SIDE.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Roberts, of Frank
lin, are visiting rriendsin our midst
Mrs. W. S. Tucker and daughter,
Linda, are visiting relatives at Mt.
Mr. and Mr. J. W. Pugli and fam
ily are visiting relatives at Ham
shire. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Roberts have
returned home from Williamson
Mr. M. L. Tavlor, Miss Louise.
Brown and little Willie Wilson, are
on the sick list this week. We
wish them all a speedy recovery.
There were five additions to the
Main Street C. P. Church last Sun
day. Revival services are being
held every Wednesday and Sunday
nights. This congregation expects
in the very near future to build
them a new house of worship,
on the corner of Eleventh and
Main streets. If you are asked to
help them, do not refuse, and if pos
sible, give to them without asking,
and may our Heavenly Father
abundantly prosper you in all of
yrur undertakings. Tramp.
All grocers keep "Blue Seal" It
A hack line has been opened be
tween Columbia and Theta.
Clitiord Haley, who has been sick
with typhoid fever, is improving.
Mr. W. E. McKennon has rented
the Nicholson residence in West
Bud Phillips, who killed High
tower at Mt. Pleasant, is still at
W. .1. Embry & Co., have desir
able, well located farms, of all sizes,
for sale. "
Mr. W. E. McKennon, who wa
on the sick list this week, is able to
Mr. John W. Frierson, who has
been on the sick list, is able to be
Mrs. W. S. Fisher and family have
returned to their former home at
Last Thursday and Friday 775
Centennial tickets were sold at the
depot in Columbia.
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell you
the best of organs and pianos. See
him before buying. tf
Mr. T. E. Lipscomb, who has been
on the sick list, we are glad to re
port able to be out again.
Kin Cherry is seriously ill with
pneumonia at the home of his father-in-law
at Dark's Mill.
Officer James Roberts, who was
sick with erysipelas last week, we
are glad to see back on duty.
Little Lander Osteen, son of Rev.
and Mrs. D. F. Osteen, has recovered
from a dangerous spell of illness.
Our coupon feature is a money
saver. Trade with us and get the
benefit. James Bkos.
Mr. Willard, a stock man of Craw
fordsviile, Ind., is here prospecting
with a view of locating in this coun
ty. Mrs. J. M. Allen and Miss Lillian
Allen, who have been sick with ty
phoid fever for several weeks, are
Mr. George Seaver and family
have moved from the Oakes house
to the Green place next to the Pres
Rev. F. J. Tyler, formerly of
Birmingham, has purchased a place
on the Sowell Mill pike and moved
his family here.
Mrs. Mary Hamilton and grand
daughter, Miss Hattie Wilson, of
franklin, are boarding with Mrs. J.
Tuesday aftesnoon, while Willie
Hine was horseback riding, he was
thrown off and considerably stunned
for a short time, but was soon re
vived. Drinking water in Columbia is
becoming a serious thing. Half the
cisterns are dry and the other half
are low. Until this drouth is over
no drinking water should be wasted.
The electric lights are on again
this week. The engine at the power
house has not yet been repaired,
and the Company Is making elec
tricitv at the City Grain & Feed
A wise man considers stock, finish
and price. A foolish man considers
price. I have the three right on
cemetery work. Call and be con
vinced. S. P. Payne,
Telephone 57. Columbia, Tenn.
Messrs. J. A. Stackhouse and T. R.
Smoot, representing the Knights of
of Maccabees, are in the city, and
are boarding with Mrs. Harbison on
Eighth street. See their card in
At a meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Maury National
Bank Monday. Mr. W. P. Ridley
was elected director to fill the va
cancy caused bv the death of his
father, Col. J. W. S. Ridley.
For Sale: House and lot on 6th
street, next to the Presbvterian
Church, known as the Wilson
Tucker place. Sold for divisions.
For particulars, apply to
oct8-2t W. F. Twkek, Extr.
If you like good reading, here is
anoiferyou will accept. For $1.25
we will sena you the Hekald and
the Memphis Weekly Commercial
Appeal, and give you, in addition,
without charge, the book entitled
"Hob Taylor's Tales." This offer is
to new subscribers, or present ones
who will first pay all arrears. tf
Mr.K. E. Snider, who has been
Road Master on thw division of the
L. & N., for several years, has been
promoted to Road Master of the
Louisville and Cincinnati division,
and will leave the first of November
for Louisville to take charge. Mr
Snider is an efllcient official, and he
and his accomplished wife have
many friends here who will regret
to see them leave.
Two or three drunken men at
tempted to stop the electric light
dynamo last Saturday night, but
the engineer would not be intim
idated, and the police took the
offenders in charge. Superintendent
Moore yielded to their entreaties
and declined to bring charges
against them for interfering with
the plant, but Judge Erwiu tried
them Monday on the charge of be
ing drunk and disorderly, and they
were made to pay 10 each for their
On low prices and new and fresh goods
.ew Auadvuie oat Hakes in bulk,
per pound ft'ic
New cracked wheat, in bulk, per lb 0."c
New oat meal, in hulk, per pound . . o."
New sorghum, per gallon sue
New l alifornia prunes, 3 pound 2,"c
New California lemon cling peach
es, per can 2"c
New California white heath peach
es, per can 2nc
New cheese, per pound 2nc
New macaroni, per pound inc.
New snow flake hominy, 3 lbs for. . loc
New mackerel, 10c, 3 for 2"c
We are headquarters for flour, meat.
lard, bran, hay, corn and oats. Pon't
forget us but come and save your money
by trading with
Bill Telephone Si. North Main Street.
Thrown From a Horse.
Henry Flovd, the 14-year-old son
of Mr. Joe Floyd,, of Knon Creek,
was thrown from a horse last Satur
day and badly hurt, the horse step
ping on his left arm and tearing the
flesh oil the bone.
The mercury; go by the almanac.
Winter is next door. Jack Frost
.will soon be breathing on the win
dows. Warm clothes, of course.
Have you seen how ready, how more
than rendy, we are with every warm
stuff that men will want? Always
This season further ahead than ever.
The prettiest line of FASHIONA
BLE SUITS you have ever seen. All
the newest weaves are found here.
The handsomest stock of
and ULSTERS we have ever had.
All new and up-to-dite. You will
remember we did not carry over any
overcoats last season, hence we have
no old stock to work off.
CLOTHING for LITTLE MEN.
That means your BOY. He may
be hard to suit and hard to fit, but
we can do both; and what is more,
we will put him in a suit made for
WEAR, and one that is PRETTY
Prices! Why they are right,
of course; always have been always
win oe. we buy more clothing and
sell more clothing than any house
in Columbia. This large stock is
bought for CASH mark the fact
which enables us to sell below all
competitors. 'Tis not everyone that
does this. We may have peers in
other lines, but when it comes to
CLOTHING, we stand alone in this
Mr. Marion Richardson and Miss
Emma Harmon will be married in
the First Baptist church of this citv.
Oct. 20, at 4:30 o'clock, p. m. No
cards. Miss Harmon is the daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Harmon,
of Lawrencehurg, Tenn.. and grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Sheppard, from whose home the
marriage will take place. Mr. Rich
ardson is a young business man of
"Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardeman
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Almira Fleming
Hardeman, to Charles Albert
Mooney, of Columbia, on Wednes
day, Nov. 10." Nashville American.
Mr. Mooney is the popular L. &.
N. telegraph operator at this place.
and has numerous friends who will
On Tuesday afternoon of last week
Mr. K. H. Harmo". of Glenn's Store,
and Miss Susie Epps, of Harpeth,
were united in marriage at Spring
Hill by Rev. Mr. Craig. Tt was a
'HUE SEVL" IS HEST.
This is now near the close of
sixth week of school. The cUi
are all regularly at work and seem
very much interested. Quite a num
ber of girls are taking music lessons
from Miss Kate Aydelott. The new
music books, "The Song Wave," have
been received and the new songs
give promise of beauty and variety.
Rector Killhetfer visited us a few
days ago and made quite an inter,
esting talk. We trust he will visit
Amos Warfleld is back again, after
several days' absence.
Dr. Pride, of Culleoka. visited the
school last Friday. He carried
his granddaughters. Nellie -uid
Lindsey Tomlinson, home with him.
They remained in Culleoka until
Mrs. Tip Ashton brought her two
little daughters to the McDowell
school this week.
Miss Nellie Caroll
Announces the completeness of h er
fan stock, which has been select
ed with great care from among the
leading importing houses in the
country. The latest creations and
the choicest novelties shown.
Kntranck through store of McK
Anderson & Foster.
Superintendent Sunders' Ilenorl.
To the Chairman of the Maury
County Court and Board of Work
House Commissioners: I here
who suoinii you my report as
Superintendent of the Maury Coun
ty Work House for quarter endin
with Sept. 30, '97.
1 had at beginning of quarter, 19
prisoners. Received during quarter.
6; discharged, 13; escapes, 4 ; leaving
on nana ui enu oi quarter, K.
During quarter I graded 1 mile
and 200 yards of road, and mettaled
.1 mile 1,000 yards of roid. valued
at .soo.-per mile 12.327.2.'.. This
road could not have been built by a
contractor for anv less than the
amount at which it is valued. I
have not called in a physician
during quarter, the sickness being
such that I managed it myself.
J. A. Baxiteks, Supt.
Garwood's Sarsaparllla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A.B.Rains
Now is the Time!
Purify lln' lilooil. the fountain of lite.
liltK 1' V W AV's C NV 111 ! U.
&ARS.l'AKll.l.Ai " "1,
Colitnins Siir-npnrlllii. SI IIUni:in. Kur
dock Poke Hoot. Trlfoliiini iiml Iodide of
l'otush. all of which tin known ns possess
ing tlii' l't ciiriitive proni ities for tt ts.-n-s
nrNtiiK Ironi linnure hlood. It itlso stimu
lates the I.IVK.H. Hi" sewer system, mid
through this ornim helps nut lire throw off
lm nil re (ferret ions. itnenrtintj new life nnct
enernv. Kor H itein inl M ivliut heniiltf tonic
mid svslein builder this medicine mil not
he excelled. We use extra care in select ill K
the diuus that enter Into llieconiposltiou of
t i K K K N W A Y ' S S A U S A P A 1 1 1 L I . A ,
the best that money cut) liny. It Is mncle
in our house liv I lie het method known to
Modern Pharmacy, ami we recommend it
for nil diseases of the Hl.tmli ami UVKK.
WOLD HI DUE & IRVINE,
Miss Marion Hodge entertained at
her home on Nintb street after
Keened performance at the Opera
House last Monday night. The
house was beautifully decorated and
the time was delightfully spent in
conversation and a nice menu was
served. The following were in at
tendance: Miss Eva James, W. 1?.
Wooten; Miss Katherine Hatch,
Innes Dobbins; Miss Louise Dob
bin', Win. Evans; Miss Helen E.
Lewis, J. Cheaiis Mayes; Miss Vir
ginia Carpenter, J. Hough Guest;
Miss Lucv Kolb, Will Jones; Miss
Pauline Kelley, E. W. Smith; Miss
Louise Frierson, Hugh Brown; Miss
Minnie Towler. Will Webster; Miss
Hodge, Frank Marr, of Nashville.
Last evening, at their home in
West End, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1 Mor
gan entertained the following young
people, who composed the party
that spent such an enjoyable time at
Beaver Dam Springs during the
past summer: Miss Hatch, Ernest
Farrell; Miss Louise Dobbins, Bruce
Cochran; Miss Virginia Webster,
Dr. Meadors; Miss Minnie Towler,
Will Webster; Miss Ethel Hendley,
Sam Harlan; Miss Mina McLemore,
Sam Williams; Miss Linda Frierson.
Ulna Foster; Miss Virginia Car
penter, Frank Borum ; Miss Helen
Lewis, Cheairs Mayes; and Miss
Miss Louise Dobbins entertained
the Embroidery Circle Wednesday
afternoon in honor of her charming
guests, Misses Hatch and Lewis.
Autumn decorations were profusely
and tastefully arranged over the
spacious apartments, and a delicious
bowl of frappe was presided over by
Misses Jean Dobbins and Anne
Evans. Eight tables of players en
joyed a game of Progressive Old
Maid. Miss Katie Wilkes won the
prize, an exquisite pair of embroid
ery scissors. Elegant refreshments
were then served, and thus ended
one of the happiest meetings of this
Misses Bessie, Sarah and Alene
Moore-are giving a house party to a
number of their friend-', at their
home on the Mooresville pike, tne
following being in attendance:
Misses Bessie and Eunice i,ee, or
Duplex; Misses Minn Mel,emore,
irginia t .ii'petiter, n;ii-y iowiei,
Ethel Hendley, Eva James, Louise
Frierson. Lourso Dobbin-, of tins
citv; Miss Katherine I la ten. or
Florida, ami Miss Hole.) j,evis, r
The Ladies' Aid Society of Zion
Church will entertain at the resi
dence of Mr. J. J- Stephenson this
evening, commencing at 5 o'clock.
Their friends are cordially invited.
Rev. and Mr. F. B. Webb will
celebrate their Silver Wedding on
October 3(1, with an "At Home" re
ception to their friends.
because th- cook
The prettiest display of new de
signs in glassware, aim greatest
variety at lower prices than ever
shown In Columbia, at
octl."2t Jamks Bkos.
Tlie Maury National.
The statement of the condition of
the Maury National Batik, to be
found elsewhere in this paper, shows
that that institution is in a most
healthy condition and steadily
growing In. strength. In comparing
this statement with one made twelve
months ago, we find that the in
dividual deposits have increased
$1)4,802, and the loans and discounts
!f:.7.r77.17. Not only tho bank
otlicials. but all Maury countians
should feel proud of this Institution.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fres
om Ammonia, Alum or ny other a Julterr.nt
40 Years the Standard