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THE COLUMBIA II "Ell ALT): FT? I DAY, NOVEMBER 2. 181)7.
Maury Dry Goods Store.
A IHgger Drive Than Ever 4fter
the Thanksgiving Rest.
On next SATURDAY
we will otter the following:
One line of Ladies' Capea,
Fur Trimmed $1.50
One line of Ladies' Capes,
Fur Trimmed $2.00
An elegant Walking Jacket
One line plaid Dress Goods
at 1 Oc
One line plaid Dress Goods
One line of plaid and plain
Worsted in all colors at 1 78'C
The best all wool Blankets In
town, a pair, at $2.50, $3.00,
$4.00 and....; $5.oo
We have a few more pairs
of those Ladies' and Misses
Fine Shoes, with pointed
toes, and they are good ones
too, but take them at $1.75
Also a few pairs of Men's
Fine Shoes, some plain and
some pointed toes, worth
$5.00 and $6.00 a pair, but
yod get them at half price
Boys' and Misses' Ribbed
Stockings for 9c
Boys' and Misses' Heavy
Bibbed Hose, worth 20c.
take them at 13c, or 2 for. . 25c
Ladies' Tail and Black Hose
at l)c a pair, or 3 for 25c
Men's half-hose in mixed
colors and good weight at
9c, or 3 for 25c
It pays you to trade with us.
Maury Dry Goods Co.
Maury County Teachers' Association.
The following programme has
been arranged for the next regular
meetimr of the Maury County Teach
ers' Association to be held nt the
Columbia Public School building,
Saturday, December 4.
Three Hundred Years Educational His
tory in Germany Miss FrieJ, Miss
How Shall a Teacher Make Their Pro
fession More Respected Mr. D. T,
Harris. Mr. Fitzgerald.
Our State in the Mexican War Mr.
A. C. Allen.
Current Topics Miss Carpenter
ItLANCHK SCOTT, SDC'ty
Do we hear von sav you are look
Ing for a strictly good Coffee?
Then try Our Jltruil at six pounds
for $1.00. We have a hotter coiTee
than Arbuekles or 4-X at eight
pounds to $1.00, and up to 3-kj per
pound for the tuiest Mocha ana
Java. Trv a can of Peas at "c. h' -,c
and 15c per can. We have just re
ceived a barrel of new crop sugar
house molasses which is strictly
good at 50c per gallon. New Kraut,
Hominy (irits, Oat Meal. Prunes,
Peaches, Raisins, Cheese and Maca
roni. If vou are not already our
customer give us a trial order.
Telephone 131. W. E, McKEMON,
Lnfavette Chanter of Royal Arch
Masons will hold a convocation in
the Masonic Temple next Monday
niu-lit. nt 7:30. for the work in the
Most Excellent Masters' degree
The next stated meeting of Colutn
hi r-ndu-n. No. 31. F. and A. M. is
next Thursday night.
Is our specialty, but we also
handle block Jellico, Provl
dence and other brands, and also
wood. Prompt delivery, and special
inducements to purchasers in large
quantities. Yard near depot.
W. H. DAVIS & CO.,
10 22 1y Successor to A. Adklsson
Miss Louise Sheegog.
James Fly to Miss Laura Stockard.
R. F. Potts to Miss Anna uaKer
Robert Thompson to Miss Sallie
T. B. Register to Miss Mary Lang-
John Tice to Miss Nannie Pinkie
K. G. Johnson to Miss Emma
J. 8. Parks to Miss Ilattle E. Odil.
Will Mooney to Miss Etta Branch.
W. D. Lovett to Miss Josie Hardi-
W. T. Wtlke and A. S. Derryberry,
under the firm name of Wilkes A
Derryberry, are now fully equipped
and ready for business as under
takers. Location in the Brown
Block on S. Main street. tf
N. Cox wns here
Miss King returned Wednesday
Mr. W. R. Hutton.of Shelbyville.
was here this week.
Mrs. Will Barker is visiting her
mother at Memphis. . ,
Mrs. O. E. Snell, of Bowling
Green, Ky., is visiting here.
Miss Elsie Olmstead has returned
to her home in Chattanooga.
Mr. T. N. Jones has returned from
a visit to relatives at Dresden.
Mrs. Annie McLemore visited her
sister at Shelbyville, this week.
Mr. J. H. Zucarello, of Pulaski,
was here several days this week.
Miss Mary Bennett left yesterday
to visit tier mother at Hartavilht.
Miss Virginia Webster is on a
visit to friends in Huntsville, Ala.
airs. ranK wverett anu little son
Ewing have returned from PulasRi.
Mr. C. J. (Aaron) White, of St
Louis, visited relatives here this
Mrs. Norman Kirkman, of Nash
ville, attended the Roberts-Sheegog
Mr. T. F. Fleming spent Thanks
giving with his family in Hopkins
Allison Webster, of Nashville,
haa been on a visit to relatives in
Miss Sadie Williams, of Water
Valloy, visited relatives in town
MIsa Nellie Williams, of Ann Is ton.
Ala., la visiting the family of Mr. A
Ed. Henderson, of Huntsville,
Ala., haa returned from a visit to
Misses Jane and Nannie Aydelott
have returned to McCain's to reside
in the future.
lion. E. E. Eslick of Pulaski, was
here Monday, sounding the Con
Mrs. T. C. Petri and little daugh
ter returned this week from a visit
to Naahville friends.
Miss Mamie Johnson, of St. Louis,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Woldridge this week.
Miss Nina Seay haa returned to
Shreevesport, La., after a visit to
Mrs. J. P. McGaw, Jr.
Miss Olive Rogers, of Florence,
Ala., will be the guest of Mrs. C. N.
McLemore for several weeks.
Mr. Geo. E. McKennon, of the
firm of McKennon, Anderson & Foa-
ter, left Monday on a business trip
Mrs. Johnson (nee Miss Simmie
Latta), of Murfreesboro, is the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sims
Misses Bessie and Eunice Lee, of
Duplex, and Miss Howe, of Nash
ville, are guests of Miss Florence
Monte Fari88, of Draughon's Busi
ness College, JNasnvliie, spent
several days with his parents here
Misses Ruth and Laura Martin,
after a pleasant visit to friends here,
left Tuesday morning for their home
Mrs. A. 8. Warren, of Nashville,
returned home Wednesday, after a
visit to friends and relatives in and
near the city.
Messrs. W. A. Dale and F. W
Evans attended the German at the
Hermitage Club, Nashville, Wed
Mrs. John McGavock, Mis. Geo
Cowan and Miss Gentry of Frank
lin, were truests of Mrs. Ellen Dun-
nington this wee k.
Messrs. Geo. W. and Will Hayes,
who were called to North Carolina
bv the death of their mother, re
turned home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. McKinney re
turned Tuesday from their trip East.
Thev wiil move to-morrow to their
Hut on West Seventh street
Miss Jessie Gilchrist, of Alabama,
who came to attend the Roberts
Shepgog marriage, returned Tuesday
to Ward s Seminary, Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mooney
have returned from their bridal tour,
and are boarding with Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Leneave, on Garden street.
Miss Lucy Moore, after a visit to
her brother, Mr. John (Trotwood)
Moore, returned Tuesday to Marion,
Ala. Mr. Moore accompanied he
as far as Birmingham.
Senator 8. D. McEnery and wife,
Mrs. Susie Calloway and Mrs. Ihos
Sholars, who have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hatcher, re
turned this week to Louisiana.
Miss Janie Trimble will leave in a
short time for Cincinnati, where she
will take a course of study in the
art museum there. Miss Trimble's
numerous friends wish ror ner mucn
success in her chosen work.
Messrs. Frank Shoup, John (Trot
wood) Moore, F. D. Lander, W. A.
Dale. E. 8. Fowler. Will Ridley, Dr.
Meadors. and Mrs. v red fisher
were among the number from Co
lumbia who attended the foot-ball
game at Nashville yesterday
Rev. A. C. Klllheffer and family
left this week for Harriman, 'lenn
where they will spend several days
visiting relatives before going to
their future home at Shamoken,
Pa., where Mr. Klllheffer haa ac
cepted the rectorship of a church.
Mr. Klllheffer. who has bepn rector
of St. Peter's church for nearly two
years, has made many friends
during hie 'stay here, who regiei to
see him and his family leave. Last
Sundav mornina- the choir boys of
S'.. Tfter's, in token of their esteem
for thejrrector, presented him "with
a handsome gold-headed cane.. ;.
For ladies, gents, wives, mothers,
brothers, sisters, sweethearts, uncles,
aunts, cousins, sons, daughters and
friends at James Bros., Jewelers.
Mr. Geo. E. McKennon, buyer
McKennon, Anderson '& Foster, will
return to-morrow from an Eastern
trip. Look out for something good.
We are daily receiving
the largest and hand
somest line of -'v
we have ever shown,
and prices are lower
than we have ever
made. You are cor
dially invited to inspect
them. It's a pleasure
to us to show goods.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
Rev. W. T. Usserv occupied the
pulpit of the South Columbia Metho
dist Church last Sunday morning
and night. Rev. W. D. Wendel has
returned from Mississippi, and will
All his regular appointments next
Rev. J. H. ThomDSon nreached an
excellent sermon in the First Metho
dist Church last Sunday night, in
the absence of Rev. D. C. Kelley.
who has been assisting in a revival
meeting at McKendree Church,
Mr. J. Paul Slayden, son of Dr.
Slayden of Pinewood. Tenn., has
been called to the Christian Church
at this place, and began his work
last Sunday. He comes directly
from the University of Kentucky,
and we hope will be able to accom
plish much good here
The King's Daughters will meet
with Mrs. G. W. Jackson on Dec. 2,
at 3 o'clock. Topic, "What God
The protracted meeting at the
Baptist Church this week, which
is being conducted by the pastor,
Rev. J. H. Thompson, has been at
tended by good-sized audiencee, and
some excellent sermons are being
Rev. A. C. Killheffer closed his
work as rector of 8t. Peter'B Church
last Sunday, and has gone to Penn
sylvania, where he has accepted the1
rectorship of a church. Mr. Kill
heffer has been rector or St. Peter s
church for nearly two years, and
proved himself to be an excellent
Dr. Kellev, who has been assist
ing in a revival meeting at McKen
dree church, Nashville, will retu-n
and occupy his pulpit next Sabbath
Rev. Yonan, a native of Persia
and an ordained minister of the
Southern Presbyterian church, has
been in Columbia for several days
in the interest of the foreign mission
work of his church. He made ad
dresses to four audiences while here
Sunday morning and night to the
congregations of the First Pres
byterian church; Monday afternoon
to an audience of ladies in the same
church, and Tuesday afternoon to
the Mick Missionary Society of the
First Presbyterian church.
Rev. Mr. Barr, of Harriman
Tenn., will officiate at St. Peter's
Church next Sunday.
The First Baptist, First Cumber
land Presbyterian, First Methodist
and Main Street C. P. Churches
held a union Thanksgiving service
yesterday beginning at 11 a. m., in
the First Methodist Church. The
First Presbyterian church also held
Thanksgiving services beginning at
the same hour.
Tennessee Conference, Columbia Dl'trii t
Firnt Ho mid of Quarterly Meettinc
Cedar (irove Nov.27,2S.
Diana Dec. 4,
South Columbia Dec. 10, IS
Southport Dec. 11
Columbia Dec. 1'2, 13,
Mt. Pleasant -. . .-. . ... .Dec. is, 1!
Kehoboth Dec. 25, 3
Hoothis Dec. St.
Lvnnville ..Tan. 1,2.
Ciilleoka Jan. K, it.
Moores ville Jan. in.
District stewards meet in church at
Pulaski, Friday, November 5, at IO-.:!0 a
m. J. R. Stvakt, P. E.
Christmas Fruit Cake.
We have everything for making them.
Currants, Rfciains, Pigs, Nuts, Citron.
Crystallized Cherries and Pineapple,
etc and will sell them cheaper than
any house in town.
New open kettle N. O. Molasses,
per gallon 45c
New Kraut, Pius Feet and Mackerel.
8 lbs better coffee than 4-X or Ar-
bucklea, for $1.00
10 lbs best seed-tick green coffee . $1 00
New Orleans Molasses, per gallon, 15c
14 lbs new Leaf Lard $1.00
:terown raisins 10c lb, or 8 lb for.. 25c
Uuy your Christmas candy from us as
we are having made to our order over
2(00 lbs Christmas candy. Special in
ducements in large lots.
Bell Telephone . North Main Street.
' Gsorge Calvertr an employee at
Oakes' furniture factury, had his
thumb and little finger cut off while
at work last Friday.
Miss Nellie Caroll
Announces the completeness of her
Fall 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.
Entrants through store of McKennon,
Anderson 4 Foster.
Buy j our trunks at Henry Gross
Mr. Lynch Perry Is able to be out
after a spell of illness.
Mr. Ed Turner, we are sorry to
state, has been on the sick list this
Call on W. J. Guet & Co. for pure
country lard. It
W. J. Webster, Esq., was on the
sick list several days the past week.
Buy nobby neckwear at Henry
Gro"h'. it i
All the banks, schools and a hum-,
ber of business houses were close I
See notice from Mr. W. W.Dennis,
the South Main street grocer, else
where in this paper.
Mrs. Jas. H. White has been quite
sick this week, but we are glad to
report her improving.
Miss Narcissa Williams, who had
her ankle sprained several weeks
since, is able to be out on crutches.
Don't wait till the great rush;
make your selections now while you
can be waited on. James Bros.
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell you
the best of organs and pianos. See
him before buying. tf
Tom Baird, the negro who was
sialded at W. J. Guest & Co's.
.laughter pen last summer, is able
to be out.
A mule attached to one of the
City Grain & Feed Co's. wagons
dropped dead from heart disease on
the street Monday.
The foundation la being laid to
the new Cumberland Presbyterian
Church, corner South Main and
Judge E. D. Locney is the happy
father of a twelve-pound boy baby,
which came to brighten his home
last Wednesday night.
There's nothinir like a thankful
heart. The individual who has one
has a treasure; and the person who
has not a thankful heart is to be
Work on the water tank at the
depot Is progressing rapidly. When
this is finished it will make a great
Improvement on the water service
in that part of town.
Prosperity is here In one line at
east, and that la matrimonial clr
cles. During the past week mar
riage licenses have been issued to
eighteen couples in Maury County.
A wise man considers stock, finish
and price. A foolish man considers
price. 1 have the three right on
cemetery work. Call and be con
vinced. 8. P. PAYNE,
Telephone 57. Columbia, Tenn.
While in town last Thursday
night, the horse hitched to the
buggy of Jeff Dugger, of McCain's,
became frightened and ran away.
Jeff was thrown out and the buggy
badly damaged, but fortunately he
At the meeting of the Middle Ten
nessee Medical Association at Mur
freesboro last Friday, Dr. Hazel
Padgett, of this city, was placed in
nomination for re-election as Secre
tary, but upon stating that he would
be compelled to be in Europe next
May, his name was withdrawn, and
Dr. Cliff Atchison, of Nashville, was
elected to fill the place.
Anthony Satterfleld and his wife,
both colored, could not agree in
their domestic affairs, and the lat
ter appealed to Judge Erwin to set
tle their troubles. Anthony was
brought to trial Wednesday morn
ing, and a. light fine. was imposed
upon him. He stated that his wife
didn't want him and didn't want
anybody else to have him, and she
had aggravated him so that he had
been forced to whip her.
Dock Carr and Sue Lee Carr, both
colored, are two persons who evi
dently believe in following the pre
cepts of the old adage, "It at first
you don't succeed," etc. On the
marriage license hook, in the county
court clerk's office, the following
note appears alongside their names:
mis couple has heen married once
before, were divorced, and aro get
ting married the second time. So
says the groom. J. F. Wiley,
Mr. J. M. Tucker had a narrow es
cape last Friday morning at the de
pot. While standing on the house
track watching No. 4 pull out, the
switch-engine commenced moving,
and, before he could be warned,
struck him and knocked him down.
Fortunately, some bystanders pulled
him out of the way, and prevented
wnat might have been a serious ac
ciaent. as it was, his ankle wa9
sprained by being caught under the
step, and he haa been forced to walk
on crutchea since.
Buy dry goods at Henry Gross'.
If Yon Have a Horse or Cow,
We have the stuff to feed them on
We have recently received several
ear loads or sweet balea Timothy
CVinll nd flntn nnA ftnnn always on
ougiigu uma win uum immi
The Groce'its at this store are of
the best grades and fresh. Our
prices are right.
Give us a call,
Frierson & Embry,
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Vaughn A Alexander shipped
loads of hogs from Godwin
two loads of cattle from Columbia
Mr. Stroud, of Atlanta, bought one
load of mules from T. H;. Williams
and another load from other parties
last weeR. - .
, Will Frierson 6hlpped a load of
mules to Atlanta yesterday.
John Barrow sold eight fancy
steers to Alexander & Vaughn this
There ia a better demand at pres
ent for good, heavy mules.
Oar Holiday Mock,
Ia very complete, the finest ever
shown in Columbia. Look ua over,
sure; before you buy.
riov26-2t Jameh Bros.
There are gome things we can
not do. The big rush is nw on
and will continue until Christ
inas. We frequently find it im
ji.msisie to wait upon all of our
eu-'nmers promptly, especially
duil'ig the middle of the day.
We hope you will hear with us
patiently, for we insure you,
)ou will he fully paid fir any
inconvenience you may suffer.
We aro having a larger trade
than ever before, which makes
us believe our
Prices are right.
Dr Capes ani Jackets
are the popular price kind they
appeal to economical buyers,
and are models of stylish, up-to-date
wraps. Never have we had
You will make a mistake if you
buy FLOOR COVERINGS be
fore seeing our line. New
Rugs, Carpets and Mattings
have just been added,. making
this department more complete
la now offered at remarkubly low
prices, as broken lots are being
closed without reserve.
Men's Suits and Overcoats,
in more weaves, styles and sizes,
than can he found anywhere
else, while our prices are sim
ply below competition.
On Thursday evening of last week,
Novembt-r 18, at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Stockard, near Lipscomb, Miss
Laura Dillard Htockard, was
united In wedlock to Mr. An
drew Jame9 Fly, Rev. Ernest
Timmons, of Nashville, officiating
in a beautiful and unique ceremony,
in the presence ol many guests
After the extension of a shower of
congratulations and good wishes, a
sumptuous feast followed, and fes'
tivity and feasting reigned Bupreme
Every eye beamea with happiness.
and the wee .small hours passed all
too swiftly by. Even the stars
seemed delighted to keep . their
morning watch over so happy an oc
casion, and the wind and weather
were as nicely tempered as if they
had been made to order.
The many beautiful and valuable
presents given attested the high
esteem and respect in which they
are held by their many friends.
Miss Laura is a talented young lady,
beautiful and polished, and will be
loyal and true to the one she has
chosen for her life companion. The
groom has fine business attain
ments, is Industrious and energetic,
and is a true, tender hearted gentle
man, and will bo a husband worthy
the excellent woman he has won.
May God's richest blessings crown
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Timmons ex
tended a cordial invitation to the
wedding guests to attend a recep
tion at their pleasant home at God
win, from 2 to 4 p. m., and a royal
feast it was, consisting of ull the
delicloua viands usually served on
Wednesday evening last, at H:30
o'clock, Miss Etta Branch and Mr.
V. A. Moonev were quietly united
in marriage at the residence of the
bride's sister, Mrs. Eugene Guest,
on Galloway street, the ceremony
Deingsaia in an impressive manner
byRev. W. I). Wendel. The bride
was handsomely attired in agown of
orown 8iiK ana carried a large hunch
of American Beauty roses in her
hand. Messrs. W. D. Cameron, Jr.,
and Herbert Guest attended the
bridal pair on the floor. The bride
is one of South Columbia's most
estimable young ladies, and is ad
mired by a large circle of friends
The groom is an upright, industrious
young man, and Is now in the em
ploy or the L. & N. railroad. The
friends of both parties wish for them
all the happiness that married life
can give. Mr. and Mrs. Mooney will
make their home for the present at
the residence of the groom's parents,
mt. ana Mrs. j. j. Aiooney, on uai
Mr. Joseph L. Mitchell, formerly
of the Bear Creek neighborhood, this
country, was united in marriage to
Miss Bertie Tarbet, of Saltillo,
Tenn., Wednesday, iSov. 24, at 2 p.
m. The groom is the son of Mr. W.
H. Mitchell, of this county, and has
numerous friends who wish him
and his bride a happy wedded life.
Misa Fannie Mitchell and Mr. Davis
Mitchell, the groom's sister and
brother, attended the marriage from
this county. In announcing the
marriage, the Havannah Courier
"Announcements are out for the
marriage of Misa Bertie Tarbet and
Mr. Joa. L. Mitchell at the elegant
home of the bride's parents at
Baltillo next Wednesday the 24th, at
2 p.m. They go at once o Cliftou
where they will reside. The bride
isineaaugnteroifi.it,. Tarbet one
See our Line
It will pay
jim and give
us pleasure to
see you In
WoidriUgs & Irvine.
of the most wealthy and prominent
citizens of this county, a pure,
sweet Christian woman, gifted with
many rare accomplishments and
personal attraction", and her mar
riage is of special interest In this
section. Mr. Mitchell is the popu
lar representative of W. B. Belknap
& Co., of Louisville, an exc-ellent
young man, and is to be .con
gratulated." Alexander Wl tiler 4iooii.
Wednesday even lng at 7 :!W o'clock,
Mr. W. E. Alexander and Miss
Lena Witherspoon drove to the
South Columbia Methodist par
sonage, where they were united in
marriage in the presence of a few
relatives and friends by Rev. W. I).
Wendel. 1 he marriage was not a
runaway atiair, out it was quite a
surprise to their friends. Im
mediately after the cereuxuy the
bridal party repaired to the home
of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Alexander, on Fourth street,
where they were tendered a nice
reception. The bride is the accom.
nlisned daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Witherspoon, who live a
short distance from town on the
Santa Fe pike, and the groom ia a
valued employe of the L. fe N. rail
road. Both parties have numeroua
friends who wish for them much
happiness and prosperity.
Miss Hattie Odil, of Spring Hill,
and Mr. J. S. Parks, of Bterrett, Tex
as, were married at Spring Hill
Wednesday afternoon, and left yes
terday for their future home in Texas.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
John Odil. and is well-known and
liked by everyone. Mr. Parks form
erly resided in Maury County, and
is a brother to Mr. Joe Parks, of this
place. They nave the best wishes
of many friends.
Mr. W. P. Lansdown and Miss
Sallie B. Webb were united in mar
riage at the residence of Rev. I). T.
Waynick last Sunday evening, Mr.
Waynick officiating. The marriage
wa a gretna-green affair, and there
were only a few friends in attend
ance. Their friends wish them
Mr. Robert Thompson and Miss
Sallie Cameron were united in mar
riage at the residence of Mrs. Gard
ner, near the Cotton Factory, lat
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev.
R. Hull, of Hampshire, officiating.
Announcement has been made of
the approaching marriage of Mr.
Frank P. Dortch to Miss Maggie
Reynolds, which will take place at
Gallatin on Tuesday, November 30.
TfieHalap are Coming!
And of course you'll want good
things to eat. We aro in the busi
ness to furnih the best, and here s a
is the name and Cook s old
stand, South Main strew the place.
Send us an order or come yourself
.Wist C'Olil'M MA.
Mrs. M. I.. Alford visited friends
at Santa Fe last week.
Mrs. Baird, Mrs. McLemore and
Mr. Weatherly were called to Shel
byville Sunday, on account of the
serious illness of Mrs. Baird's little
Miss JNell and llendsuy lomlinson
visited homefolks last week, and at
tended au entertainment given com
plimentary to Miss Charlotte Sinlser.
Among the sick of this community
are: Master Wallace Tucker, Misses
Mary Johnston and Kate Lentz.
The Church Workers met with
Mrs. Weatherly last Tuesday even
ing. The meeting was attended by
a large number, and delicate re
freshments were served during the
afternoon. . Lorena.
I have 3,000 or 4,000 pounds of pure
country lard which I am retailing at
8c per pound or in 100 pound lots at
7c per pound, can furnish in buckets
or stands as desired. Also 1,000
pounds of link pork sausage for sale.
It W.J. Guest & Co.
S A N CUM SESTIMEN TS.
There is some sort of talk going
the rounds about the indecency of
the nude figure on the new five dol
lar bill. So far, however, we are In
competent to assert our opinion on
the subject, but If any of our de
linquent subscribers desire an ex
pression on the subject from us we
would be glad to inspect their speci
men. Chattanooga News.