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A Word With You, Please!
DOUBTFUL . . :
if any fxuise in loan ha
such a find:p:y of hoe
a we can biv. Yon can
l-uv I ft' in where that I
has the rperanfe of be-
mg line. 1'iit Tiirl.t in
it. That' where the pinch
romea in. Put your feet
into a pairof our ihoe and
notice the difference The
foot ha heen taken into
consideration as well a the
look; o h the price.
. Moore and Miss Virginia Carpenter,
of huTinz inter f..t wear! Messrs. W. R. Crabtree. of Chatta
ieay and pleasant here. ! rnwura and Eu?ene Robert, of Jiash
Ifvoii are not one f onr!ville. iIowq the right aile. Miss
riii'm'Heom in and let J Sarah fiheesroy sister of the bride.
us convince vou.
out the winter's
When it comes
we are headquarters in all
the latest styles and popu
THK BIG HOW
I now p-ntrwj at our tor. "o!iie and e
ar bllJr display. Nw good dllr.
OCltint IX)HBI3 A K l5i.
B0 4KUEKS WAJfTEI).,
One mile from Columbia. Kve rnonr by
aldreMing. Mrf. I. M. Gl. It
It l rth your tlm? to nar line of
Lamp. Nev-rBch a handnotne linehown.
Td-n oar prices ar- tb- lt.
Oi-'tatw DoBBtxa E'15G.
A cnrriii- pole, one et of good double
amet. and a coinined hor.
H Apply to Mrs. It. H. Olass.
TO ALL WHO MAY BK COCEKXKf.
I bar tbl tint vK Jake Owen my oldest
on fr. that h- m make contraot for
blfii-If and lx reinijble for name.
It E. . Owes. Mt. Meaant. Tenn.
Tark'-y ill t-fti better. don't you think, tn
oiih .-f our b-auiful Isintirr H-i. tbem.
I. A I' HOKKS
Very rlimp at J. I. Htrkrt 4 Co.'s
Call for Ijird Can. Meat Cutter. Butcht-r-knlve.
Vew ll lhrn
nOTttSS IIOKBtXM ft Eixi
GKATK4 ANI G K ATE BASKET.
fire Brick and Clay, Fr-b C-meii.
It J. P. Htkeet 4 Co.
Air tlglit wwkI and coal burner You ift
tb advanta: of bard cml and bate burn
er at half tile price, fee th in.
oi.'tst loHHia A Kwiso.
Store-bouse and office room. Wet tide
Public K4uare, January Apply to
oci2i&t J. M. HftixiE.
lloa -lrfugh Iron.
It for sale by J. V. Htukkt A Co.
The laractt arid bet electd toy: no
trab. and then our price are the lowest.
nUl'IVill JBBI5S A EW'IMi.
All periwjn are notlrted that the follow.
Ing certificate of lwk luei by th Co
luriiblan I'hcnpliaie l unii(iny to Mr. Katy
W. Arnold, and endorted by ber In blank,
have been either lout or inUiaid. and are
hereby warned not to receive nor negotiate
the same. Kald bare are fli each, and
numbered a follow: No. 12 ten nhare.
No. I?, ten hre. No. 11. ten hare, No. 15.
ten bare. No. 11. ten hare. No. 17. ten
baret.and No. 1. two and one-half bare.
For any further Information call on J.C.
Lextek, Nelson Block. fx-iin It
. A. TMGOnjB,
T For Boys and Girls,
Mt. Pleaaaiit, Maury County Tenn.
Pall Term Began Auicu.t 31, IK97.
Board ."0 per Term.
Tuition fror- ' o per muiith.
Htudent enter andcrbilt University on
Howard Institute I one of the very bet
chooi in all tb piilronniug territory of
auderbill l nivemny.-
J. H. K I KK LAND. Chancellor.
Vanderbilt I'niveralty, 'abvllle. fenn.
H. S. HANNER,
Lawyer ail Court
Practice In All Court.
Offlca w Ith Plffiier Va.lgett.
epSly ' COl.r.M BI A. TKNN.
3. B. Hryan, vs. N. Hardey.
Pursuant to an order entered in the
ahove-st vied came, at the October term,
1'T. of the Chancery Court, at Colum
bia, Tennessee, notice is hereby given
t all creditor of thetirmof Hardey A
Hrvan to tile their claims duly autlien
tioated with the Clerk A Master, on or
before the I.Mh of March, lK
A. N. AKIN, C. A M.
WtIII(. BE1.!. '
A lar?e aud'enoe gathered at
Kirt Presbyterian Church
ever-ing at 9 o'clock, at which
rd p!ac th Happy rr"rr1g
Miss Ixni MeCo-m.e Sheegog
Mr. William S Roberts was con
summated. rated with chrysanthemums and, J
rIrn. and on the end of each pw a ; i-
hunch of white chrysanthemum 3
; tai tied with an imtnene how of A
"fiie rionn. in? wn. miioi
livht from a lari?e candelabra ahor
h altar, added bauty tn the n. m
Before the time for the ceremony r
.thoandier.ee entertained hj"
sereral musical selection, i
; When the bridal, party a-rived, ,V-
I the uhr Mer. Ceairs Mave. ' 3
I Mcnrv Prim Vrnk Rornm H Tt ' 'l!
f'orhran. Jr.. Ernest Farrell and D. iff
J. T. Meador entered first, th
attendants comiDg after them in the J ifj
following order: Mi Ethel Hen- ;il
dley anrt Miss Olmstead. of Chatta-; i:
W. K. Hodze and
down the left aile;
Miss Kin?, of Chattanooza.and Mi
Louise FriT&on. Mr. L. B.
Honck.of Missouri, and Ed Hend
son. of Huntsville. down the rizht
aisle; Miss Florida Franklin, of
Gallatin, and Mis Jesi"e Gilchrist,
of Alabama. Messrs. F- M. riheejroj
and W. P. Patton. of Chattanooga,
flown the left aisle, and Mis sarah
and her Maid of Honor walked
down the middle aisle, wbll the
bride, with her brother Mr. William
Sheejroz. and the trroom. with his
best man. Mr. Sterlinz R. Miller, of
Chattanooga, entered on the left and
rijrht aisles. While the bridal party
was approaching the altar, the sweet
strains of Mendlesshon's weddinsr
march with Miss Belle Webb as the
organist, accompanied by Mr. J.
Hou;rh Guest oa the violin, accom
panied them, and durinsr the cere
mony Mr. Onest. assisted by Miss
Webb, rendered a beautiful compo
sition of his own.
The bride was charmingly attired
in a dress of white brocaded satin,
handsomely trimmed In real lace.
and she carried lilie-of-the-valley
and maiden .hair ferns. Her only
ornament was a diamond pendant, a
itirt oi the groom, lne yoonsr lady
attendants wore rowos of whit
satin skirts and chiffon waists, and
carried American beauty roses
Miss Sarah 8bee?o?. the Maid of
Honor, was beautifully eowned in
blue brocaded satin, and she also
carried American beauties.
A semi-circle was formed at the
altar by the attendants, and the
pretty ring ceremony was said In an
impressive manner by Rev. F. B.
Webb, the bridesmaids kneeling
during the prayer.
After the ceremony was said, the
bride and proom came out by the
middle aisle, followed by the best
man and maid of honor and the at
tendands, while Lowengrin's bridal
chorus was beinjf played by Miss
Webb and Mr. Guest.
The bride Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Bheegfrjry who4 re
side near Columbia, on the Pulaski
pike. Her host of friends in Colum
bia where she has been quite a
favorite in society will regret to
lose her from their midst, and wish
for ber all the blessings of a happy,
prosperous life. Mr. Roberts Is now
a resident of Kennett, Mo-.but still
claims Chattanooga as his home.
He Is superintendent of the Roberta
Oil Company of Kennett, and is a
young man of fine business ability.
A reception at the home of the
bride's parents followed the mar
riage. The house was beautifully
decorated, the colors or red and
white predominating in the drawing
rooms, and yellow chrysanthemums
being the decorations for the dining
room. Delicious refreshments were
served in three courses, the frappe
bowl being presided over by Miss
Mattie Krazier Webb, several
hours were delightfully spent in
dancing. Pellterri's band, of ash
ville, furnishin? the music.
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts left this
morning on the early nortn-bound
train for a trip to Chattanooga
Memphis and Ht. Louis, where they
will visit before going to their fu
ture home in Missouri.
Mr. E.B.Hill and Miss Blanche
McBride will be united in marriage
at ebo church. Wednesday, rov
24. at 2:30 p. m.. Rev. W. H. Beasley
ofilciating. No cards.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
ble goods, all
New Yobk Cbeam
New Yobk Oysters.
German Dill Pickles.
D'Brie and Edam
Prices toxvertAan ever.
-1 TRY ""cr
COD LIVER Oil
Recommended by phy
sicians and guaran
teed to be superior to
any patent pre para-
tion o f cod liver oil.
If you hae a chronic
cough or throat and
$1.00 per bottle, Six for $5.00
I GEORGE S. ALCORN.
OTER THE COITSTT
Photo buttons, 2 for 2oc at Young's.
Mr. W. Bowen. of Murfreesboro,
U io the county visiting relatives.
A large acreage of wheat has been
sown in Maury County this fall.
Mr. R. G. Lucas, of Godwin,
eaves this week for Phoenix, Aril.
A large namber of hog have been
killed in Maury County this week.
And doth "the fateful hour draw
nigh" for the festive Thanksgiving
Mr. J. M. Murphy, of the South-
port neighborhood, is attending the
Nashville Bible School.
Messrs. H. J. Coe and Wm. Pres-
ctt. of Cleveland, O.. have been a
Mt. Pleasand this week Investigat
ing the phosphate mines
The Hebald family has a new
member, a little stranger having
come to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Blackburn, of Goshen, one day this
week. Mrs. Blackburn is the Her
In the Naahville American's
guessing contest for the number of
people who attended the Centennial
on Oct, 30. Mr. R. C. Clark, of Foun
tain Creek, thia county, won. second
prize $100 his guess being 41.372.
Mrs. U. H. Ridley, of MCK.ensie,
on first prize 1400 guessing 41.-
675. The correct number was 41.T0S.
If vou like good reading, here is
an offer you will accept. For $1.23
we will send you the Hebald and
the Memphis Weekly Commercial
Appeal, and give you, in addition.
runout cnarge. ue pook entitieu
'Bob Taylor's Tales." This offer is
to new subscribers, or present ones
who will first pay all arrears. tf
Colombia Odd Fellows.
The Companion, published this
month in Columbus. Ohio, says:
"On the night of October 8th, 1897,
Columbia Lodge Number 3, in Co
lumbia, Tennessee, celebrated its
fifty-sixth anniversary in its elegant
hall on boutb Main street. There
was a large attendance and much
enthusiasm and good feeling pre
vailed. Dr. Wm. A. Smith presided
as Master of Ceremonies, and Mes
srs. Ben Lazarus, H. K. White and
Frank Cox composed the excellent
committee that got up the delightful
program, and deserve much credit.
The fair Rebekahs were out in full
force, and the new lodge, Mt. Pleas
ant, Number 248, of Maury County,
was largely represented, while vis
itors were also present from Cal
ifornia and New YorK. Short,
pithy speeches were made by
several of the brethren, and elegant
refreshments were served. Two
members. Messrs. James Andrews
and Isaac M. Powell, were present,
who were initiated at the institution
of the lodge, fifty-six years ago."
The memorial services of Isham
G. Harris, will be held at Memphis
next Sunday. Ihese services were
to have been h'.ld on October 5. but
were postponed on account of the
Kates Too Low.
Florence, Ala., Nov. 13. The
Citizens' Telephone Company, of
Florence, this week made an assign
ment to M. B. Shelton, President of
the Merchants Bank, for the benefit
of their creditors, and yesterday Mr
Shelton sold the assets and the Ex
change was closed last night. Mr.
Shelton, in an interview stated that
when the compauy was started about
eighteen months ago it was thought
that the rates would pay expenses,
but that the company had gradually
gone into debt and the creditors
were pushing their claims, some of
them suing and others threatening
suit. The rate they were charging
would not pay the expenses, and the
instruments would not give satis
faction. The proceeds of the sale
will be prorated among the creditors
and will pay about GO per cent.
Nothing will be left for the stock
holders. This failure leaves the Bell
Telephone Company in possession
of the field.
The Bell Company's service has
been satisfactory and they say they
will continue to give an excelleut
service and hope to deserve the full
patronage of the citizens of Florence.
Rates for business houses were $2
peunonth and residences $1 50 per
month. Nashville Bsnner. It. '
MM saa. MW W ' W VBr
Dfjtk ftipt. Cprrt SaIimi
ber of Sw KuiMiBr rnii
I i a ( o re f Coa.tr actio
Mt. Pleasant, Nov. 17. Friend
received over the wires IttSatur-'
Jit the nd news of the death.
' nf I n rt T i 1 Paatiap t- Ki n A iaH at
JiMiilE. -SoTri. in Jutland the price is lnys ri
year of hi a?e. He left here a short
time jiiro for that place, where he
as interested in some eold mines.
e was born and raisd her, and
as one of our brave volunteer
hat enlisted in the Mexican war at
the age of Is. He entered the lite
war in '61. and served as a fearless
captain until its close. His wife,
who was Mi-s Caroline Kinzer.
preceded him to the belter world
two years ago. He was for many
year prior to his death an elder in
the Presbyterian church in thi
place, and leaves a vacancv and
! shadow that will be deeply realized
by all its members and friends, and
will prove a grievous los to the
chureh. He leaves five children
two girls and three boys all of
whom are here except Annie, who
Is teaching in Alabama, and George,
who- was with his father at the
iine of his death. They all have
our deepest sympathy iu their sad
Our little town is still improving.
Every line of business seems
The good people of the Meth
odist church contemplat building
an Epworth League hall soon; it
will be built adjoining their elegant
Dr. J. S.Hill is htving a hand
some residence built on North Main
street, near Howard Institute. He
is having it built on the plan of the
modern American or Swiss style of
Our enterprising mill man. J. Mitt
Hunter, has recently had his dwell
ing remodled, and it is now one of
the most beautifal and attractive
homes on that street,
i Dr. Wash Long is also having his
Tom Alexa"der' pretty new house
will soon be ready for occupancy.
Mrs. Nelson has moved Into her
cottage on Seminary avenue.
There are quit- a namber of other
new buildings, which we will tell
Rev. John Lyle, of Lewisburg,
preached in the Presbyterian church
Sunday morning and also at night.
An appreciative audience greeted
him at both services.
'Rev. Mr. Hodge, who has heen
here sometime, left this week for
Georg:a. Mr. Hodge made many
friends during his star here.
Rev. J. R. Stewart, of Pulaski,
was here last week. He has many
friends here who are always glad to
Mrs. Geo. Killebrew entertained a
number of friends last Friday eve
ning in honor of her guest, Miss
Mary Price, of Atlanta, Ga.
Prof. J. W. Buchanan, who is vis
iting his former home in Wooster,
Ohio, is expected home for Thanks
giving. His friends hope he will be
fully restored to health when tie
Mrs. Shorter Forgey. of Tlmmons.
and Miss Lizzie Dodson, of YSater
Valley, spent from Friday until
Monday with the family of Mr. J.
Miss Rena Swansburg and Miss
Carrie Peters, of your city, visited
Miss Katye Ricketts last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hatton lelt last
week for Paris. France, their native
citr. where they will spend the
winter. They will return in the
spring, and Mr. Hatton will be en
gaged in the phosphate business
BfMin- - -, . ....
Jrrancls Johnnet is 'n plorida on
Geo. C.Collins went to Nashville
Monday. Mr. Collins has many
friends who sympathize with bim
in his recent misfortune tn the loss
of his property by fire. 8.
Case of Mrs. Laosdown t. th L. & N.
R, It. I Compromised.
Argument has been made this
week on the demurrer filed by Le
land Hume, Lessee, in the case of
Frank Boyd. Attorney General, vs.
Hume and the Cumberland Tele
phone and Telegraph Co. A de
cision has not yet been rendered.
In the case of Whitman & Co.' vs.
the L. & N. R. R., it was ordered
that plantiff recover damages for
Moses Kittrell was granted a
divorce from his wife, Ann Kittrell,
The case of F. W. Evans vs. the
N. C. & St. L. Railroad, for the
wrongful ejectment of plaintiff from
the cars on May 12, 1893. was com
promised, defendants assuming all
costs and agreeing to pay to plaintiff
the sum of $) for damages.
Henrietta Armstrong (col.) was
granted a divorce from her husband,
Osgood Armstrong (col.), on "the
grounds of cruel and inhuman treat
ment and failure to provide a proper
support. Defendant railed to ap
pear in court, and the case was
The case of -Mrs. M. i. L.ansdowu
vs. the L. 4 N. R. R. was compro
mised, defendant agreeing to pay
complainant $1,250. This was a
damage suit, brought about by the
death of Mrs. Lausdown'a husband,
Ed. Lansdown, an employe of the
railroad, who fell from a scaffold
while painting a tank at Lynnville
some time ago, and received In
juries, from the effects of which he
In the case of Fannie Hobbs (col.)
vs. the L. & N. R. R., defendant was
given damages to the amount of
If all the lies told in a political
campaign were nailed, the nail fac
tories would haye. .to.. junv Iweuty.
four hours a "day. Chicago News.
!.. AT THE..
You can find what you want!
Ladies' Jersey ribbed, fleeced lined
vest, taped neck. stood weight. l-;
Ladies' white Jersey
lin-d vests, 23c.
.Ladies' ecru Jersey
lined vests, 22c.
Ladie' ecru Jersey
lined pants. 22;.
Ladies gray Jersey
lined vests and pant. 24c.
Ladies' extra size Jersey r'bbed
vests and pants.
A full line of Ladies fleeced and
Jerey ribbed wool vests and pant.
Children's union suits. 2-c each.
A full line of children's vests and
pants, wool and cotton, from 6 cents
a garment np.
Infants cotton and wool vests, all
: Infants' cap? and hoods, largestock
Ltdies hlack fl-eced lined cash
mere gloveg. Hf, 19c. 24c to &c pair.
Ladies and Children's wool mit
tens. 8c pair, up.
Infanta wool hose. 5c to 15c pair.
Misses wool hoes, I4c to 24c pair.
Ladies' black and gray wool bose,
15c to 25c pair.
Ladies' black fleece lined hose, 10c
14c, 20c. 2tc to39c pair.
Ladies' cotton hose. 5c pair. up.
Children's cotton hoe. 5c pair, up.
Men's undershirt. 15c each.
Men's heavy gray and white un
dershirts and drawers, 253 eaoh.
Men's ribbed fleece lined under
shirts and drawers. 24c each.
Men's heavy corded fleece lined
undershirts and drawers, 75c suit.
Men's heavy gray fleece lined un
dershirts and drawers, i-csuit.
Men's fancy wool fleece lined
dershirts and drawers, 95c suit.
Men's gray wool fleece lined
dershirts and drawers. 49c each.
Men's wool undershirts and draw
ers in eravs. white and fancy ?oods,
69c. 74c. 85c to $1.00 each.
Boys' undershirts and drawers,
gray or white, 19j and 24c each.
Men's cotton sox. 5c up.
Men's wool sox. 10c to 24c pair.
Men's cashmere sox. gray, black
or tans, 20c and 25c pair.
Men's sweaters. 44., 90e to $1.75
Call here for your button photos
After a week's illness from pneu
monia, Mr. Jacob Harlan pissed
awavat his home near Lipscomb
last Saturday afternoon, November
13, at 2 o'clock. The funeral services
were conducted in the Methodist
church at Lipscomb Sunday at 2 p.
m., by Elder fc. J. .Meacnain, and
interment took place iu the church
yard. Deceased was in the 46th
year of bis age at the time of his
death. He was born near Lipscomb,
and there he lived during all the
years of his life. He was a member
of the Christian church a true fol
lower of Christ, and a highly re
spected and honorable citizen. He
leaves a wife and seven children
Austin, Flora, Belle, Lillian,
Mariah, Elizabeth and Thomas.
He was a brother of Messrs. H. C.
and G. W. Harlan, of this city. The
bereaved family have the sincere
sympathy of numerous friends.
Mr. J.C. Page died at Hamilton,
Texas, last week. Deceased was
the s'n of Esq. J. . Page, of Knob
Creek, and during the earlier years
of his life made his home in this
CapU J. C. Cooper.
News was received at Mt. Pleas
ant last Friday, telling of the death
of Capt. J. C. Cooper, of Mt. Pleas
ant, at a place in Mexico, near El
Paso. Capt. Cooper left here several
weeks ago to look after mining in
terests in Mexico, and was caught
in a blizzard when near his journey's
end, from the effects of which he
died. He was born in this county,
and spent nearly all of his life near
Mt. Pleasant. He had nearly reached
his four score years and ten. His
wife, who preceded him to the grave
several years, ago, was a daughter of
the late George Kinzer, who lived
near Nebo. Capt. Cooper fought iu
the Mexican wur, and served with
distinction as Captain in the Forty
eighth Tennessee regiment of the
Confederate army. He was a mem
ber of the Presbyterian Church and
was a well-known aud upright citi
zen. A family of five children, who
reside at Mt. Pleasant, survive hitn.
Mrs. Maggie J Goad died Wed
nesday evening at 6 o'clock at her
home on Knob creek, in the 79th
year of her age. The funeral servi
ces will be conducted to-day at II
o'clock at Union Church on Snow
creek. Deceased was a member of
the Baptist Church, and was a high
ly respected christian woman. She
leaves surviving her six children.
Mrs. Mattie White, wife of Mr. C.
J. (Aaron) white, died yesterday
morning at 11 o clock In Nashville.
Mrs. White's maiden name was
Miss Clemens, and she was well
known here and had many friends
who will regret to hearof her death.
Mr. White formerly resided in Co
lumbia, but for several years past
has made his home iniSt. Louis. His
ftfaey friends here will deeply sym
pathize with him in his sad loss.
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Or. Jos. T. nieadors,
arden Street, between 7th and :h.
('lanitia, : Tear.
Telephone Xo. Ti. apr.lt
0. P. RUTLEDGE,
Office: R"m 17, Masonic Building.
Specialties: Fire, Tornado, Plat
GU, Employer Liability and S:eata
Boiler Insurance. " janlo
Dr: IT'. M. BIDDLE.
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Office: Corner High and Eighth Streets
Office hours: to 103 to 4.
FIELD EN BROS.,
'eat rieventh BtTet. 'eit to Metbodiat
Ill wort and peneltiaaetioQ goaxautesea
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
LaaloTill sad ashUl UlvWioa.
So. Heave S:jr p. m.
So. 4 leave a. m.
So. S (Accommodation; leaTet... S--5 p. m.
So. " leave... Ju a. a.
So. I (fat line) leaTea..'.....,....10;H a. aa.
So. 1 (fast line) leave 11:S a. m
No. T (jalLalln and Decatur Ac
commodation) leaTe. . . 6:5) tv. m
So. 6 (Pulaakl Acco'n) leave.... Sa p. at
Jiaahrllla aad Flore c DItUIob.
So. fl Accommodation, leTet...l0: a, m
So H Florence Accommodation,
bet wn Tuscambla and Co
lumbia, arnre i ji p. at
NashrtlK. Chattaaoog-a St- Loal Rail,
road lrk KUer Valley Itlrtsioa.
So. 1 leate .ao a. tn
So. 2 leave i-jo p. m,
So. 1 aniTe t-oo p. m.
So. i art tre .- . m.
Clow connection U made itb tbroo(h
train on tbe Lonisrtlle and Xaabriila aad
Great rVoatbern Kallmat!
T. M. Whitehead, vs. J. A.Crowe, Adm'r.
Pursuant to an order entered at the
October term, 17, of the worshipful
County Court of Maury Count v, Tenn.,
in the above-gtyled cause, I wifl, on
Sat a rd a j, Norfmber 20 1897f
at tbe court-house door, in the City of
Columbia, Tenn., sell to the highest and
best bidder, tbe following described
tract of land, situated in the i"th Civil
District of Maury County, and bounded
m follows: On the north bv Haddox;
east by Chunn; south by McFadden,
and west by Cheairs, containing 142
acres, more or less.
Tems of Sale. Said land will be sold
onacreditof six and twelve months,
except the sum of lifty dollars in cah,
which will be required of the purchas
er on day of sale. Sale free from the
right and equity of redemption. Notes
with approved security will be required,
and a lien retained upon the land to se
cure the payment of said notes.
" J. F. WILEY, Clerk,
and Special Commia sioner.
W. O. Gordon, Sol'r. octi' 4t
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer in
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fine watcb and jewelry
repairing a peclalty.
Bethall Block, : COLCM BIA, TEJTO
Dr. lil. P. Merrill,
Office over Dr. Williamson's office, Gar
KITROCSOXIDE OAS FOR PAINLESS EX
TRACTION OF TEETH.
Office Hours $:00 a.m. to50p. m.
J iwt received a lot of high grade
Full Leather Top LugsrJes,
fully warranted for ... $45.00
Cut Under and Straight P.ottom
Surreys cheaper than ever known
Rubber Tires and Ball-bearing
Axles at net factory price.
W. VT. CHERRY, Aeut.
CREJIAVED THE CHILDRE.V.
I'arent Locked Them In and the House
Ecfacla, Ala., Nov. 16. Three
half-grown children lost their lives
in the burning of au old frame house
a mile from White Oak, Ala., Sun
day night. Their parents, Louis
Brown and wife, went to church,
leaving their children, aged 12, 8 and
6 years, locked in the house, suppos
edly for their own safety; but the
old building caught fire "soon after
the parents left, and when they re
turned they found it a heap of ashes.
In the centre of the mass of embers
the bones of the children were found
in a heap, showing that they hud
dled together iu their fear and