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m& COLtSUBiA HERALD: FRIDAY, DECEMBER IT, 1807.
Willi am sport, Dec. 13. Rev. T. L.
McCarty Ailed his regular appointment
t the Presbyterian church Sunday.
He delivered an excellent discourse, aa
he usually does.
Prayer-meeting was largely attended
last Sunday evening. The meeting
was ably conducted by Mr. U. W.
Next Saturday and Sunday will em
brace the first quarterly meeting on the
Williamsport circuit. It will be held
at this place.
Rev. W. II. Beasley, wife and child
ren are visiting relatives at Santa Fe.
Mr. Robt Moore, Jr., has moved his
family to our town. We are glad to
have them with us.
Miss Tera Taylor, who has been
teaching school at Nebo, is now with
her sister, Mrs. E. E. Collins. Miss
Taylor expects to leave in a short time
tor her home in Winchester. We re
gret very much to give her up, aa by
her lovely manners and social disposi
tion she has won a host of friends in
Mrs. Tom Porter, of Columbia, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. T. Porter.
Mr. F. W. Renfroo ia quite sick
present. Hope he will soon recover.
Our present visitors are, Misses Joe
and Olivia FoB'er and Messrs. Justice
llouser, Will Bingham, T.S.Castleman,
A. B.Lunu. V:lpgl McClaHnahajj.vCllt-,
ford Sargent. '
Mr. W. K. Johnson has returned from
quite a lengthy visit to Union City.
We are tor'ry to report Mrs. Sam
Jovce quite ill.
Messrs. J. W. and Horace Grimes
visited their aister, Mrs. George May
Miss Maggie Hull has roturned from
a visit to Carter's Creek.
Quite a number of hog and cattle
dealers have been here recently, and,
from the number sold, we are afraid
oneat will be scarce another year.
Mun Gaskill and the widow Sewell and
families, all left a few days ago for
Misses Daisy Plgg, Evle Pigg and
Maud Hutcheraon, of Water Valley,
spent Saturday and Sunday with your
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Elam and little
son Howard, are visiting her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Prowel, in Will
iamson county at this writing.
- Hafl Fly -wilr return next -week from
Mount Julia, where he has been going
to school for the past Ave months. He
will go back again after the holidays.
Mr. E. J. Prowel and family will move
to Prospect, soon after Xmas.
Miss Leila Sparkman, of Santa Fe,
win tane charge or the school at Fly
in the spring.
Miss Lula Overal has charge of the
school at Mr. E. N. Wollard's.
Miss Bettie Gray ia visiting her sis
ter Mrs. Sims at Lawrenceburg.
Prosperity comes quickest to the man
whose liver ia in good condition. De-
Witt's Little Early Risers are famons
little pills for constipation, biliousness,
indigestion and all stomach and liver
troubles. A. H. Rains. ly
We oiler one hundred dollars reward for
any case of Catarrh that can not be cured
tov Hull's Cntarrh Cure.
V. J. CHENEY CO.. Props., Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known F. J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
fclm perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their Arm.
West A Truax, Wholesale Druggist, To
Waldlng, Klnnan A Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Hold by all Druggists. Testimo
nials free. Hail's Family Pills are the best
Godwin, Deo. 13. Mrs. R. B. Dough
erty starts next Saturday to Join her
husband at Mt. Vernon. Ind.
J. G. Osborne is building a large barn
"for the accommodation of some Ane
The shipments from this place for
the past week are as follows: Clarence
Wltherspoon, 1 load hogs and cattle;
Hulm & Cook, one load hogs.
We had the pleasure of riding over
our pike from here to Santa Fe last
Sunday, and must say we never en-
loved a ride so much in our life. The
ntkn la in Ane condition.
E. F. Stone moved from our midst to
the Roberts' Bend neighborhood last
Tuesday. , .
Mrs. R. II. Haven and G. N. Arm
strong are making arrangements to go
to the Klondike in the spring.
A. i. Marshall, our blacksmith, has
been on the sick list for several days.
KlUot Roberts, ot Roberta Bend,
moved Into our midst last Monday.
.. Spriso Hill. Dec. 14. Dr. Winches
ter, rector of Christ's Church', Nashville;
wtu address the students or Hrannatn
Hughes school next Friday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. The public is cordially in
vited to hear this eloquent orator.
Jno. Wade has bought the Frank
A good side-walk has been made from
the Caperton House to J. M. McMahon's
R. W. McLemore recently purchased
tne Dean place.
The Chambers Family Concert Oom
pany will be here soon, and a small fee
will be charged. A good program is
rendered aud doubtless a pfoaslng en
tertalnment will be civen.
The Sunday-schools ot this town will
have a union Christmas tree at the
Methodist Church. The committees
would be glad for presents to be sent
in Friday morning, instead of late in
Water Vallry, Dec. 12. Rev. N. B.
S. Owings preached a very Ane sermon
at the Methodist church this morning
at 11 o'clock, from Psalms 108 1. A good
congregation was in attendance and all
enjoyed his scholarly discourse.
Rev. Splvey will preach at the Union
church next Sunday morning at 11
Sunday-school and prayer-meeting
at the Methodist church in the after
The Woman's Missionary Society
will meet at Alexander next Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. We trust all the
members will be in attendance.
There will be services at the Baptist
church next Sunday morning.
Mr. John isoo Rer. who has been quite
siok, is able to ride out.
whs aauie wrinams spent last weex
with Columbia friends.
Mr. T. C. Harris has built him a new
smoke-house, and will begin his new
dwelling house soon.
Mrs. J. L. Williams and daughter.
Miss Lettie, visited relatives in Colum
bia last week.
Miss Emma Kinzer visited Miss
Annie Jones, of Santa Fe, last week.
l'rof. T. M. Hogan has sold his farm
to Mr. Tom Mayes, ot Columbia. Mr.
Hogan, we learn, will move to Bigby
ville. We regret to lose such a good
citizen, but at the same time we ex
tend a cordial welcome to Mr. Mayes
Mr. Ad Force v has rented the Harlan
place, and will soon take possession.
Mrs. Jesse Jones will live in the Dayid
Booker house. Mr. Booker goes to the
Stewart house, near the Methodist
church, and Mr. Stewart will move to
The Christmas holidays will soon be
here, and the children are rejoicing
Over the thought of SantaClaus coming
to visit them. May we all ceieoran tne
birth of the Son of God in a quiet,
christian manner. We should strive to
be like Christ and follow his com
mands. So let us celebrate Christmas
as Christ would have his people cele
brate the anniversary of His advent
into this world. As ever the same,
Of the Me.
Bigger and Brighter
Than ever before shine the
It Is easy to catch a cold and lust as
easy' to get rid of it if yon commence
early to use One Minute Cough Cure. It
cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneu
monia and all throat and lune troubles.
It is Dleasant to take, safe to use and
sure to cure. A. B. Rains. ' ly
Save Your Lire
TW uslnir "The New Great South
American Kidney Cure." This new
remedy is a great surprise on account
of its exceeding promptness In reliev
ing pain in the Kidney, Bladder and
Back in male or female. It relieves re
tention of water, and pain in passing it
almost immediately. Save yourself by
using this marvelous cure. Its use will
prevent fatal consequences in almost all
cases by its great alterative and healing
powers. Sold by A. B. Rains, Druggist,
Columbia, Tenn. , (tebl21y.
CU AN FORD HOLLOW.
Cranpord Hollow, Dec. 3. If
Madam Rumor be true there will be
several marriages to report soon.
Bro. Gray conducted services at An
drews last Sabbath. There was a large
crowd present and all seemed to be
much interested in what he had to say.
There ia talk of having a Christmas
traa at that nlaoe some time during the
Christmas holidays. They are to meet
next Wednesday night to decide what
night it shall be. We hope each and
svery one will try to. make it a grand
success. , , .
Ms. Pleas Dean and children are
Visiting at Mrs. J. W. Loftln's at this
Mrs.8b. K. Minor, ot Center Star,
spent part of last week visiting rela
tives near your city.
Miss Cassie Speed is the guest of Mrs.
Walter Speed this week.
Mrs. Nannie Cooper ha9 returned
home after a week's visit in your city.
Miss Daisy and Alex Amick have re
turned home after a week's visit to
their brother, Prof. J. T. Stamps, near
Nashville. . ...
Miss Fannie and John Lee Minor
spent part of last week with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. n.
Atkelsson, at this place. -,.,Ka
As news is scarce, I will close for the
iiresent, wishing alt the Hkrald fami
ly a merry Christmas and a happy New
Year Little Stranhkr.
Andrews, Deer 13. A feeling of sad
ness steals o'er us as we write, for it
may be our last letter to the Herald
from this place. As the year of eigh
teen hundred and ninety seven is draw
inir to a close, so must our associations
with the f-iends we love so dearly here,
and, perchance, 'ere another year shall
roll around on the wheels of time, some
of them about whom we delighted to
write, may be sweetly sleeping in the
home of tne blest. We are bowing with
a heart full of gratitude to our great and
Kood Editor for his kindly mention of
us in last week's issue. Thanks, "Hose
and Nell;" we will miss your pleasant
nerhaDB. but our Kood wishes will fol
low the entire family throughout the
Elder F. C. Sowell preached to a good
sized congregation at Corinth last
Lord's Day. He will be with the breth
ren there again next Lord's Day and at
Hurricane in the afternoon.
Services were held at Union Grove by
the pastor, II A. Gray.
Mr. Jim Gilliam was out to-day with
a gang of workers, repairing the road
The friends here of Mr. John Alex
ander regret to hear of his misfortune
in the loss of his drug store in Lynn
ville by Are.
Mr. Newt Vaughn is building a com
modious barn on his farm here. Mr.
Jim Flowers is also putting up one.
Mr. Walter Irwin, who has been very
ill for a week, Is improving slowly.
Little Herbert and Ashley Sowell are
on the sick list.
Mr. John Evans and Prof. Salmon
were visiting In our midst recently.
We hear that Mr. Evans will probably
be an aspirant for the omce of State
Senator from this district
Master Van Nicholson is with his
aunt, Mrs. Stegall, at Dark's Mill.
Mr. Sidney Dooley, with his family,
contemplate a visit to Lebanon next
week, and will remain until the middle
of the holidays.
Mr. Nat Nicholson, and son, Felix,
started to Osceola, Arkansas. last
Mr. W. II. Davis contemplates moving
tnko Ktmlfrm farm, near town. soon.
vTnoora conrim and Walter Irwin will
go to the Davis place, and Mr. Ed
Smith will live on Mrs. Nicholson's
Fond friends, adieu! A merry
Christmas aud a prosperous New Year,
we wish vou all. In a few weeks we
will talcn our departure for our new
home across the waters of the great
Mississippi, where no conditions or
circumstances can erase our fondness
for the grand old hills, the stately trees
and fertile lields of fair Tennessee.
The old story of Prometheus is a
f arable. Prometheus was on terms ot
ntimacy with the gods. From them
he stole nre, and gave it to men. for
this sin he was bound to the rocks of
Mount CaucasBUs, and vultures were
set upon him. They only ate his liver.
This grew again as fast as it was pecked
away. Are his sunerings to De
imagined! 'rake a mortem interpreta
tion of the oarable. There is no cook
ing without Are. Iu cooking and eat
ing the mischief lies. The stomach is
overtasked, the bowels becoming clogg
ed, they' cannot dispose of the" food
that is given them. The impurities
back up on the liver. Then comes the
vultures the torments of a diseased
liver. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery is more than equal to the vul
tures of dyspepsia and its kindred dis
ease. There is no more need of suffer
ing from dyspepsia than there is of
haiieinK one's self. Sold by all medi
cine dealers the world over.
Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of Marshfield, Mo.,
writes: "For six years I have been
sufferer from a scrofulous affection oi
the glands of my neck, and all effort!
of physicians in Washington, D. C,
Springfield, 111., and St Louis failed to
reduce the enlargement. After six
months' constant treatment here, my
nhvsician urced me to submit to a re
moval of the gland. At this critical mo--xnent
,v ..friend reepmnjended S.S.S.,
and laying a&iiz a deep-rested preju
dice against all patent medicines, I be
gan its use. Before I had used one bot
tle the enlargement began to disappear,
and now it is entirely gone, though I am
not through with my second bottle yet.
Had I only used your S.S.S. long ago,
I would have escaped years of misery
and saved over $150."
This experience is like that of all who
suffer with deep-seated blood troubles.
The doctors can do no good, and even
their resorts to the knife prove either
fruitless or fatal. S.S.S. is the only
real blood remedy; it gets at the root of
the disease ana forces it out perma
nently. S.S.S. guaranteed purely vegetable)
A Real Blood Remedy
is a blood remedy for real blood troubles;
it cures the most obstinate cases of
Scrofula, Eczema,. Cancer, Rheumatism,
etc., which other so-called blood reme
dies fail to touch. S.S.S. gets at the
root of the disease and forces it ont per
manently. Valuable books will
be sent free
to any address
by the Swift
Specific Co., At
BEE HIVES Holiday Bargains.
This ia the last issue of this paper that will reach you ere holiday. To
be mutually beneficial, we have flguered close to unload our heavy stock
within this month. Our established reputation as leaders in low prices.
(combined with this present cut will do the desired work:
All wool filling, single width
,.. cashmere, newest shades,
plain and brocaded, go in this
sale at 8J,'c
Brocaded worsted in black,
green and black, purple and
black, full yard wide, all wool
filling, only 17c
All wool filling, solid colors,
new shades, also in all staple
colors, yard wide, this sale. . 15c
54-inch wide water-proof, best
quality made, in brown, blue
and black, suitable for ladies
capes, this sale 50o
Jeans, our 20c quality, reduced
in this sale to 16c
Jeans, our 25c wool filling
Jeans, again cut down to 22Jc
Boys' half wool knee pants, re
duced to 15c
Child's wool filling knee pants
suits reduced to owe
A youths' serviceable and good
looking business suit, go at
this sale....'. $2.50
A genuine clay worsted, square
or round cut, elegantly trim
med, French facing, strictly
all wool, a regular $10 suit,
go at this sale for $5.75
Another cut, in an elegant
dull finished English black
worsted sack suit, with
French, piping, full satin
lining, high art tailoring, a
genuine wedding suit, go at
this sale $9.75
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises, Hats and Caps are
Slaughtered by Us this Month.
Blankets, 10-4, in white only, reduced from 65o to 57o
. (Not a single, but a double blanket.)
Gray wool filling, weighing bi lbs per pair, reduced from $2 to $1.30
We have a guaranteed genuine all wool 10-4 white blanket, weighing
4 lbs, handsomely brocaded, good enough for a King or a Queen,
prices reduced to, per pair $2.95
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Southport, Dec. 14. We are having
a great deal of rain of late, but it is not
as cold as the people would like to have
It for hog-killing, although some have
Misses Annie and Virgie Harris visi
ted their uncle, Mr. Dob Harris, re
cently. Miss Id White, of Culleoka, Is visi
ting her sister, Mrs. Lucy Harris.
Mr. Barton Harris is very sick with
"We are-sorry tossy that Mrs. Plnkle
ton, who has been sick for some time
with rheumatism, is wcrse at this writ
ing. We learn that Mrs. Bob Matthews is
on the sick list. We hope she will be
Cathie, the little daughter of Mr. T.
P. Murphy, ia vlniting at her grand
father's this week.
As news is scarce. I will have to close
for this time, hoping to do better in the
father's home on Knob Creek, after
several month's stay in the state of
Ed Fitzgerald will return home for
the holidays from Mississippi, where
he has been since Ju'y.
With best wishes for the Herald and
its readers, and to all a merry Christ
mas, I remain the same, Sylvia.
CONSUMPTION POSITIVELY CUREO.
Mr. R. B. Oreeve, merchant, of Chil-
howie, Va., certifies that he had con
sumption, was given up to die, Bought
all medical treatment that money
could procure, tried all cough remedies
he could hear of, but got no relief ; spent
many nights sitting up in a chair; was
induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery
and was cured by the use of two bottles.
For past three years has been attend
ing to business, and says Dr. King's New
Discovery is the grandest remedy ever
made, as it has done bo much for him
and also for others in his community.
Dr. King's New Discovery Is guaranteed
for Coughs, Colds and consumption. It
don't fail. Trial bottles free at Wold
ridge.it Irvine's, Drug Store. .
June4 ly (5)
THE BEE HIVE has no rival in quantity, quality and low prices.
other cut in boots. Down, down, down they go from $2 a pair to
which is a solid 18-lnch leg, brogan boot with tap sole.
Childs boots, with red tops, this sale.. 50c
Our men's dollar shoe in satin calf, in lace or Congress, is a corker
and an eye-opener to competition.
Our bovs' plow shoe, 1 or 2 buckle, No. 2 only, at 52c, is a clincher.
We have yet about 50 pair misses shoes in heel and spring heel, odds
and ends, in dress style shoes, the range of prices are from $1 to $2 per
pair, in this sale they go at No. 12, 13, 13, and 1)4, 72c.
Our staple goods, such as Calicoes, Brown and Bleached Domestics,
Ticking, Ginghams, etc., are all cut down in prices correspondingly low.
It will pay you to investigate our claim. Tim is no iaue or iairy taie, uus
borreflde facts, illustrated in this paper and co-operated at the only
piWE f UBMITURE!
(Au'n Tan 11 Uttar mitt n. lnnn-
silence, I come again, knocking at the
door of the Hebald. It is hurrying
times with us now. Christmas is bo
near at hand, and so much to be done
for the pleasure or our irienas during
Mrs. uassnam nas returned 10 net
home on Carter's Creek, after several
day's stay with us.
Two bored wells have just been com-
uiemu uu uur mini, nuu v. mcou v.
have plenty ot cool water" to drink
during the next heated term.
Mr. J. B. Shaw, of Knob Creek, visited
his daughter, Mrs. W. T. Uasstiam, last
Rev. S. M. Oupton will preach at
Knob Creek church the 4th Sunday
Ernest Fitzgerald is able to be out
again after a short illness.
Mr. F. A. Oakley has moved his fam
ily into our midst. We bid them wel
come. Mr. Bay Oupton, of near this place,
will leave for Springfield at an early
date, to stay Indefinitely.
Mr. Chas. Taylor has returned to his
Ooshkn. Dec. 12. The farmers are
very busy turning land and getting
ready for another crop.
J. W. Jarratt returned home from
Rallv Hill this week. His sister. Mrs.
Sallie Pratt, from Mallard, accompanied
him home. They were called' to the
bed-side of their sick father, Mr. O. A.
Jarratt, of this place, who baa been
very ill for some time. He is now on
the mend, however, and we hope he
will soon recover.
M las Mam' Hnirin. of Water Vallev
paid Mrs. J. II. Blackburn a visit this
Rev. N. B. S. Owings will preach at
Ooshen this afternoon. It seems that
our prayer-meeting and Sunday-school
are about dead. We hope they will im
As Frankio has concluded she will
not write any more, she requests
"Maxle" to take her place. Maxib.
'Continued to Seventh Pace.)
Tor Infants and Children.
We are headquarters for Fine
Furniture. Inspect our stock
and get our prices you will
make a purchase and be pleased.
Why go to Nashville or other
places to do your trading, when
you can do better at home?
Y. J. 0A)(ES,
North Main Street, Columbia, Tenn.
Founded in 1836.
Miss Allie Hughes, Norfolk, a , was
tritthtfully burned on the face and
ner-k. Pain was instantly relieved by
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, which
healed the injury without leaving a
scar. It ia the famous pile remedy. A.
B. Rains. lr
LEiPEU'S I KEEK.
UlPKR's Crkkk, Dec. li-Atter sev
eral months absence from the columns
of your newsy paper, I come again with
what I have gathered in the past tew
dTheIlBRAi.ii's hustling Joa Foster
was out among his many friends on
Leiper's Creek last week.
W e are sorry to report Miss Sallie
Baker very sick at this writing; her
many friends wish for her a speedy re-
CMr'and Mrs. John Fox returned to
v.ot Vwmo in Williamson county, after
ainaincr two weeks with her nrotner,
Mr. Page, and family.
11 iiH hl reirnlar appoint
t I'kun thi Kveninir. and de-
. Mr.-lttUv Wakefield U ' Occupying
the G. 11. Iaee farm.
Mr. A. K. Harbison, Mr. O. H.Clymer,
HOW TO LOOK GOOD.
Good looks are really more than skin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of all the vital organs, if the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
1.-U if vonr stomach be disordered,
vou have'adispeptic look; if your kid
lievs be affected, you have a pinched
look. Secure good health Btid you will
surely have good looks. "Llectrlc Bit
ters" is a (tood alterative and tonic.
Acts directly on the stomach, liver and
kidneys. Purities the blood, cures pim
nic. blotches and boils, and gives good
complexion. Kvery bottle guaranteed.
s.,ld at Woldriee Irvine's drug store.
50 cents per bottle. (i) :june4 ly
M.umn nc. 14. Mrs. l oung was
called to Nashville last Thursday to at-..-!
.v. hoHalrtaof her daughter, Mrs.
L..nL, Monro, wno aiea ovuruv
iM pr.t v8 called to Rally
attend the bedside of
iin. i " 1 ...
K.r father, who was quite ill.
i. Slav. Kiinh.we r urrv iu if
... 1 1 -
fr la nn Hatter.
'i..,,...!, whiln the family was out
little Aineri .'"rucl '
rt the house.
Jr took a gun down from the raclc, ana,
niacins a ball In It, set the barrel on his
foot. The gun accidently went on, me
In nialDOl. ir. miiuu
"r.iJi i nd the bail wa taken out
but the little fellow is ufTerlng a great
j " i v o-iih him a needv recovery.
u l .nrrvtoher that "Rippling
Waves" is goina to leava us aoon, for we
.i.in ill miss ner mieresnii&
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
J. G. West to W. M. Ilea, 38 32-lflO acres
in 7th dist., $1,220.
D. M. Goodloe to G. B. Deshongh,
Trustee, lot In 12th district, $25.
J. W. Howell et al., to W. J. Eakin, 5
acres in 11th dist., $1,000
Wolf Alexander to Mrs. Phoebe Shaw,
lot in 9th dist., $412..m
L. U Simmons to J. L. Smith, lot in
2nd dist., $:).
K. D. Kicketts to Mary Harlan, col.,
lot in Mt Pleasant, $73.
R. C. Church et al., to L. O. Church,
Interest in land in 1st (list., $22.2(1
J. P. Church to L. G. Church, interest
in land in 1st dist.. $200.
Clayton Jarratt and wife to L. G.
Church, interest in land In 1st dist , $10.
C. A. Church to L. G. Church, interest
in land in 1st dist., $200.
J.J.L. Godwin and wife to L. G.
Church, interest in land in 1st dist., $200.
W. W. Trimble and wife to L. G.
Church, interest in land in 1st dist, $10.
W. C. Church to L. G. Church, int., in
laud in 1st dist., $200.
Mrs. F. A. SH0UP, Lady Principal. Opens Sept. 15, 1897.
The Intltute Is the oldest school for Blrls n the South. and ha. the best facl 1 ties for the
thorough education of Its pupils. The faculty Is carHf ally selected, and Includes gradu
ates from Bryn Mawr, Cornell, Vanderbllt and the Oberlln Conservatory of Muslo. The
?r?!lro. 1. , hJ T.7. Ji, mii.rI Hdncfitlon. but at the same time much attention Is
n 1 1 1 1 1 ' i. in 1 1 1 .w i i" n ' " r
given to the arts and sciences.
Write for catalogues and circulars to
Mrs. F. A. SHOTJP, Columbia, Tenn.
We liave;the BoysC loth lug of
the town,' rfnd our; prices are
tray down. Our suits are all
made with double seats and
knees, warranted not to rip.
Mrs. Jane Hopkins
You can buy them only from
The Acknowledged Cheapest
Star CloMi House.
UNCALLED FOR L UTTERS.
The following is the list of letters re
maining in the post-oilice, for the week
ending Dec. 14, 1897.
Elegant New Hearse
And dealers in all kinds of Metalic,
Cloth and Wood Caskets and Cases,
Burial Robes, etc. Bodies embalmed
and prepared for shipment. Orders in
town or country promptly attended to
at all hours, day or night.
Office and Sales Room corner Sixth and Main Streets.
and careful drivers,
Citizens Telephone 45,
Alexander, J r
McGee. J F
Marshall, Mrs 1 W
Crackle, Josephine Parker, Cain
Dyer, Mrs L C
Kvans, Henry L
Frierson, Rev J D
Perirenson, Ben Jr
Walker, Tom II
Mrs G A
ColnMa Fluiu Mill ani Famiture Factory, EstatMci ii 1861.
FRANK H. SMITH,
(Successor to Lamb A Bmlth) Manufacturer of and Dealer in
FURNITURE, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MOULDINGS.
Orders from dealers solicited and promptly attended to. Turning and Scroll
Sawing of every variety. Stair Railing, Balusters, Newell I osts.
I have always on hand a large stock of Walnut and Dressed Lumber, Glased
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc, which I will sell on the most advantageous terms.
A full snpply of Brick always on hand.
-jFRANK H. SMITH
Parties calling for the above letters
please say advertised.
H. F. Fabiso, P. M
Mri. M R. Ford. Kuddell'S. III.
f ered for eight years from dyspepsia and
chronic constipation and was finally
cured by using DeWitt's Little Early
Risers, the famous little pills for all
stomach and liver troubles. A. B.
3For all the Hews, ;'
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