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TIIE COLUMBIA HERALD: FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 18J)8.
Before 6tock - taking. Just suppose
anyone offered to give you a silver
dollar for fifty cent?, now would'nt
you come arunning? Of course!
Now th's sale is something on that
order, not in one line only, but all
over the house.
How is this cape for 98 cent3? worth
Hamilton Brown has returned to
Mr. W. It. Hutton, of Shelbyville,
was here this week.
Congressman Carmack has re
turned to Washington.
Frank Dale has returned from a
business trip to the South.
Mr. T. F. Fleming returned this
week from Hopkinsville.
Mr. J. C. Itea has returned from a
business trip to Florence, Ala.
Capt. Jas. Walker has returned
from Pocahontas, West Tennessee.
Will Howard and Jack Granbery
have returned to Bingham's School,
lion. H. L. Martin, of Midway,
Ky., was here several days this
Mr. John Trotwood Moore has
returned from a visit to his father
at Marion, Ala.
Mr. 0. P. Rutledge was in Law
renceburg Wednesday and yester
day on business.
Miss Sadie McFadden has re
turned to Franklin, after a visit to
Mrs. J. A. litcomb. "
How is this Jacket for
How are these Men's Shoes for $2.48?
:.. . ' .,1 Ik'1!. . T
Miss Maggie Ingram, of Mt. Pleas
ant, has been the guest of her sister
Mrs. It. W. Watkins.
Mrs. H. A. McLemore and chil
dren are spending this month with
relatives in Shelbyville.
Mr. Rutledge Smith, editor and
publisher of the Cookeville (Tenn.)
Press, was here this week.
Mr. T. H. Williams returned last
week from spending the Christmas
holidays with his daughter in mm-1
Mrs. W. J. Zellner and daughter,
Miss Leonora, of Thompson's Sta
tion, were guests of Mrs. John Oakes
Mrs. T. J. White, of Nashville,
who has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. E. G. Johnson, returned home
Messrs. It. H. and H. N. Spauld-
ing, who have been visiting Mr. W.
A. Ituttle and family, left Monday
Messrs. J. L. Hutton, Ulna Foster
and J. C. Voorhies spent 8unday
with Mrs. W. T. Irvine and family
at Dark's Mill.
Mr. Jas. F. Lewis left Saturday
for his home in Athens, Ala., on
account of sickness. His friends
wish for him an early recovery.
Will Tiller, formerly of the Demo
crat's typographical force, has gone
don't fill this prescription;
we simply furnish the
bottle, li's a sure cure
for one of the worst af
flictions on earth.
Every faimly can afford
one. Don't suffer with
cold feet when we are
not Hater Bottles, 1-qt.
Hot Water Bottles. 2-qt.
Hot Water Bottles, 3-qt
Hot Water Bottles, 4-ot.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
The very latest is Quinoned Tab
lets for colds, guaranteed to cure in
24 hours or money refunded.
The following is clipped from the
Itasca Mail, published at Itasca,
Hill county, Texas, of date of Jan. 6
"A very quiet marriage was sol
emnized at this place Wednesday,
the 29th ult. The contracting par
ties were Mis? Claudie Belle Barnes,
of this place, and Mr J. F. Martin,
of Venus. Rev. J. M. Smith of
Itasca, officiated. Immediately
after the ceremony the couple re
paired to the groom's home near
Venus. The bride is a native ol
Tennessee and the daughter of the
late Capt. C. Fletcher Barnes, who
served throughout the Confederate
war as a cavalry officer in "Bifllos"
9th Tennessee regiment and "For
rests" command. Mr. Martin is well
known in Johr son and Ellis counties
and stands high in the estimation of
all whojnow him here."
The Hekalij wishes to add
Mr. J. C. Parks is on the sick list.
The moon was in a partial eclipse
last Friday night.
Mr. W. A. Voss has recovered
from a spell of sickness.
Cabinet Photos $1.00 per dozen at
Fielden Bros', gallery. tf
Mrs. Mary Young, who lives at
the Arsenal, is dangerously ill.
For Bent. Cottage on North
Garden street. W. S. Fleming
Mrs. E. D. Grlgsby has moved to
the Dorsett place on West Seventh
The friends of Mr. Joe M. Tucker
will be glad to hear that he is much
Satterfleld & Dodson are moving
part of their stock into the old post
It cures others and will stop your
Cold if you uso Woldridge & Irvine's
Grip and Cold Tablets. It
Geo. W. Hayes, Esq.. has moved
back to his old office in the Whit
Mr. Johnson Davis and family
have moved back to the country,
and are living on Bear Creek.
Mr. W. P. Hardin and family
have moved from Bigbyville to the
Walker place on the Santa Fe pike.
Mr. Joe Lee, formerly of this
county, but who has been in Nash
ville for the cast two years, is now
clerkng at A. B. Rains' drug store
Fob Sale, Poland China hogs and
pure Bronze turkeys.
anU-5t J. F. Warfield,
8heriH Lee and Deputy White, of
Rutherford county, were here this
week on the search of Dave Jack
son, colored, who is charged with
Mr. T. C. Brittain has bought the
interest of Earl Voss in the firm of
Tucker & Voss. and the firm will
hereafter be known as Tucker and
W. T. Wilkes can rent or sell you
the best of organs and pianos. See
him before buying. tf
Sid Evans was arrested last week
on a charge of assault with attempt
to commit murder on Will Dunlap
fin New Year's day. The trial will
come up before Judge Erwin to
morrow, uotn parties are negroes.
For the best bronze turkeys or
Poland China hogs to be found,
write to S. W. Warfield ; he guaran
tees satisfaction. dec3l-8t
Columbia Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F
will not overlook this oppor
tunity. We have finished
taking stock and are now pre
pared to make
Between Seasons Prices
i Yd m
on every piece of goods in
stock. You know what this
means. Bargains are to be
found in every nook and cor
ner. We have a lot of
in every department, on which
the prices are cut to less than
half value. Prices have been
and we are now making pri
ces in this line that can not be
In Shoes ani FnrnisMni Goois
we have COUNTLESS MON
Two Cold Feet
Arecommon affliction. So com
mon in fact that we have laid in
an extra supply of
U water Bottles.
This is something you need and
we cordially invite you to see
WQldriage & living.
dent; T. R. Griggs, 1st Vice-President;
Miss Nellie Goad, 2nd Vico
President; Mrs. Eugene Guest, 3rd
Vice-President, and Bruce Tucker, '
Secretary and Treasurer.
are demoralized. Many $8X0,
$12.00 and $15.00 suits at half
price. We have a few
left; if you can getafityou can
get a bargain. Delay means
ita hct u-Uhps to the contracting
?o KnrKdaPTenn where he has Parties, and we know that the many conferred the iniatory degree upon
iZ M"? "e":,T.enA'tE!r JIVr friends of the bride's father, in this one candidate and the second degree
county, will join us In wishing long upon another, in their hall on Boutn
life and happiness to his daughter. Main street, last Tuesday night. Af
terwards an elegant supper was
i i I.
Tt,n Williamson County News of spread anu greauy eiijoyeu ujr iuuc
last week contained the following:
"Mr. E E. Williams, of Port Royal,
Maury county, and Miss Sallie
Stephens, of Glenn's Store, were
united in marriage yesterday at
noon at the residence of Rev. J. S.
Foster, who performed the cere
monv. The attendants were: Mr.
Murrey Wells and Miss Maggie
accepted a position on the Leader.
rrof.and Mrs. A. H. Merrill will
be guests of Mr. and Mrs. v. V.
Lander until Monaay, ana iurs.
Merrill will remain over for a more
Mrs. F. J. Hendley left yesterday
for Washington, where she will
visit her son Owen. On her return
home she will stop at Birmingham,
Ala., to spend several days with her
Mr. Geo. Camnbell Brown and
Costs you nothing to come and see eral others from Spring Hill will
hnw we are cutting ana biusiuuk auenu
m-ices for the next week.
60c and C5c all-wool dress goods, nrimnrn
extra value, this sale33,3c. Blankets, ftU rlllllClt l.
hosiery, lap rugs aim uiiuciwcm.
Miss Lizinka Brown, of Spring Hill, Stephens; Dr. Griggs and wife, and
will be guests of "Trotwood" this Mr. Chatman, all of Maury county."
evening ana aite-nu x roi. Jieimio
readina- at the Opera House. Sev
Maury Dry Goods Co.
BADLY CI T.
.1. TT Vnai and Job Meet Fight
Lnttei Geti the Worst of It.
A serious cutting attay took place
near the Cotton Factory last Mon
day about noon. The participants
Wr.Tfts. II. Vops and Joe Reed,
both white men of this city, and the
latter received several bad if not
The two men had quarreled be
fore about some trilling matter, and
Monday they met again near the
Cotton Factory. Reed had been
drinking some and at the time liaa
a shovel in his hand. He accosted
Voss and renewed the quarrel.
Some words were passed between
the men and Reed attempted to
strike Voss with the shovel, where
upon Voss drew his pocket-knife
and struck at Reed, nflicting a
deep gash across the abdomen and
another across his wrist. Reed was
removed to his home nearby, where
his wounds were dressed. At Lirst
it was thought tmu nm '"J"'1
would prove fatal.but since he has
been improving and the chances
are favorable for his recovery. oss
meon to town, and s later on
arrested and released on bond. The
trial will come up before Judge
Erwin to-morrow. . ,
Voss is a young unmarried man,
and runs a barber shop in the north
west corner of the square. His r par
ents live near Hurricane Switch in
this county. .
Reed is a plumber, and has a wire
and children living near the Cotton
But we are still in the race
when it comes to Groceries.
We solicit your trade and
guarantee satisfaction. Don't
forget us when you need any
thing in the Field Seed line,
for we make a specialty of o'clock, Mr
kppiIs of all kinds, onion sets, Miss Nora C
Fricrson & Emluy,
Cor. Eighth and South Main Sts., )
Oakes Building. (
Invitations have been issued an
nouncing the marriage of Miss Wil
lie Wisener, of DarkYs Mill, to Mr.
William Campbell Simmons, of
Carter's Creek, which will take
place at the residence of Mrs. W. T.
Irvine, at Dark's, on Jan. 19 at 5 p.
m., Rev. M. E. Gabard officiating.
A reception will follow at the resi
dence of the groom's father, Mr. T.
D. Simmons, of Carter's Creek.
When wanting a n'ce, clean shave
and artistic hair cut at popular
prices, call on the two "Wills"
Will Murray and Will Tuck
Bethell House, main entrance, tf
Mr. D. C. Phelan. the dealer in
musical instruments, being one of
"Trotwood's" many friends, was
kind enough to loan for Prof. Mer
rill's Trotwood Recital this evening,
one of his bweetest toned Baldwin
pianos. It will be heard to advant-
this evening unaer tne skiihui
Tennesxre Conference. 1'olumbin District,
Second Hound of Oimrterly IMeetini;
Mt. Zion Ian. 15,1(1.
Mcliurg Jan- HJ,7,-
Pleasant Hill 'lH1uT.7Y
Taylor's Chnpel T". '-"f , 30.
Hebron ,??b; W,-
HeeSorinp f-eh. 1'. I ''
Chestnut Cirove ten. n, ji.
Pulaski Feb. 0,1:1.
Kedron Feb. U,i..
Berea Mar. 5, n.
South Columbia Mar. 12, 1:5.
Columbia. Mar. I I, H.
Mt. Pleasant Mar. W, im
porter's Mar- -".-I-
Olivet. M nr.
Aspen Hill April 2, 4.
lliirricunfi April f, W.
Moorcsville Circuit April in, 11.
J. It. Sti aut, I . K.
The Men's Noonday Prayer-Meet-
intr Anniversarv.'held last Monday,
was a. deliirhtful occasion, abound
ing in brotherly love and christian
nvnorlniK-ft. The mom was not
crowded, but comfortably filled,
nerhans a hundred being in attend-
Mr. F. D. Lander had been-
fhnsen to conduct the services, and
after a song he called upon W. S.
Fleming, Esq., to open the meeting
with nraver. Following this prayer
wnonnother sone. then came the
Wheat and Cord Wanted.
23,000 bushels wheat,
25,000 bushels corn,
Waflted at once
At our new office,
Kubn & Turpln building,
East Main 6treet.
LIVE STOCK NOTES.
Hernaon. and J. P. Brownlow, in the order
You can get anything you want in named each 0f whom made five
the line of furniture, carpets and minute' talks, full of brotherly ad
wall paper at R. L. Weakley e, 22o monition and Bpiritual unction.
North Summer street, Nashville, These ingpiring talks were followed
Tenn- ' tf with an earnest prayer by W. B.
Mr. Arthur McPhee, of Barre, Vt., Oordon. Esq.. and then the meeting
has recently come to Columbia and WflS nnened to voluntary testimoni-
At the residence of Rev. W. 1.
Ussery, on last Friday evening at 6
w. A. ftictjaieu mm
Davis were united in
marriage. Immediately after tne
ceremony, the bridal pair took the
train for Grover, near the home of
Cure Your Cold.
Woldridge & Irvine's Grip
Cold Tablets will do it.
Burn ami Mules Burned.
A Uvze bam owned by Jas How
1 rented bv J. H. Giddens, at
Atl'hUniZ Zru,d last Friday
i ;V about o'clock, with It;
contents some hay,
Personals Culled From Exchanges.
Miss Susie Rucker, of Columbia,
is stopping at the residence of J . M.
Robertson. Payette vine vuseiver.
Misses Ozzie and Estelle Fry have
returned to their home in Columbia
after spending the holidays with
friendr and relatives here. Miss
inaaia TTIfkman visited her uncle,
John Hickman, of Culleoka, last
week. Mrs. Barnev Evans is visi
ting her sister, Mrs. Tom Fry, of
Columbia. Misses Pattie and Daisy
McLaurine returned Monday from
avi.!t to Misses Kato and Elsie
Shields of Columbia. Lynnville
Pnrrpsnondent to 1'uiasKi uiuzeu.
v 1 1
HANG ON TO
until you see the dollar's worth
we give you for it. These are
times when every cent saved
makes life easier. You can save
many of them at our store with
ont sacrificing quality in the
least. Don't fail to come ana ex
amine our line of roasted and
arrcii coffees the best for the
'money-S lbs for $1.00.
W. W. DENNIS,
South Main Street, near Square.
Manry National Stockholders.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Maury National Rank
hoi.i l.,t Tuesday. The reiru-
1-ir 4 n r cent, semi-annual dividend
wos paid, and 13,000 was
the surplus iunu, iciiyim
To IWy Friend and Customer.
Having gone back into business
again, I will hereafter be found at
my old stand on South Main street.
I will conduct a first-class carriage
business in all its branches wood
working, painting and trimming
And will do the fine carriage smith
ing myself, and weld all kinds of
springs and guarantee them; will
also have a good horse-shoer and do
nil kind3 of work on plows and farm
implements, welding of well drills.,
and work on all kinds of laree ma
chlnerv. shafting, dressing and
temptiner mill picks and other tools
Thanking my friends for past
favors. I solicit their patronage in
the future. Respectfully,
janl44t William Bcchnau.
Drowned While Skating.
A letter to Mrs. W. M. Biddle, of
thia citv. this week, contained the
sad Intelligence of the death qt
Henry Clark, the 11-year-old son of
Rev. and Mrs. E. Warren Clark, at
Unckford. 111., a few days ago. The
littlft fellow was skating on the
river, when one of his
flvVnii lea and one horse. The oflts 'to the amount of f 2,200. A I
in nf ti e flro is unknown. There he 0id officers and bookkeepe s
in 01 r.inptPd. with an increase in
noinsunui- . "V"i Th; hooks of the bank
rnvm DPTPPS LJ,i'nvop :un).ik)0 denosits on
mt. r ton dnvs our
stockof Millinery at half price
HPecial-One lot of Sailors and
Walking Hats below cost.
Miss Nellik Carroll.
Caught Near White's Spring
...-.fli.i th neirro duui
litn w m ucin, - .
$10 Reward for Baggy.
Some one carried away from my
stable ot Friday, Dec. 2lth. either
bv mistake or knowingly, one lute
Klephantbuzgy. 10 " clu'"
ing same to me, oi her than the pers-m
who carried it away, or who wi.l
, inf.irm.ir on leading to re-
vlrv of same. I will irfve a reward
W. A. Buttle. It
name loose and unmanageable, and
he ran into a hole made by work
men gathering ice. The many
frionda here of the familv deeply re-
eret the accident, and will extend
Mr. and Mrs. Cla-k their sympathy.
New Peed and Hitch Stable.
.We have rented the W. A. Ruttle
stable, on West Seventh street, and
will conduct a public hitch and feed
stable at that stand. We have also
bought out Mr. Ruttle's coal inter
ests, and will carry Jellico, Cum
berland and all leading brands of
coal: also first-class stove wood and
crushed coke. The patronage of the
e-pnpral nnblic is solicited, and all
orders wiM be filled with prompt
ness. Stop with us when in town,
and send in your orders for fuel.
W. H. Davis & Co.
jan7-2t West Seventh street.
Now is the time to gt your
nlv of election cards
printed at the
accented employment with.b. 1.
Payne. Mr. McPhee is a practical
granite cutter, and as an evidence
of his skill we refer the public to the
monument in theZion Church ceme
tery erected to the memory or the
late W. C. Jones, and to the follow
ing monuments in Rose Hill Ceme
tery: In memory of Geo. P. Frier-
hon, A. 11. uuiespie, u. w . oiocKaru.
Mr. Payne, as these monuments win
show, is prepared to do first-class
work, and at mostreasonaDie prices,
and persons desiring monument
work should address him at Columbia.
"Early Bird Gets the Worm."
Wn are read v with a full line or new
and fresh earden seed in bulk. Also a
large stock of onion sets, seed oats, seed
Irish potatoes, etc.
12 lbs best soedtick coffee $1.00
9 lbs Arbuekle, 4-A or .Levenngs
2 lbs Arbuckle, 4-X or Leveringa
24 lbs sack beBt straight fancy flour, .BO
15 lbs best eountrv lard
Hnlnii tlmoth v or clover hav 00
3 4-oz. boxes nest snun
!Mn. ping good tobacco 05
3 lbs California evaporated peaches .25
3 lbs best prunes
3 lbs seeded raisins 25
Bell Telephone 24. North Main Street.
Jeff Terrell, colored, who shot and
killed Demps Rountree, another
negro, at Carter's Creek during
Christmas, was brought before
skates be- Judge Coleburn on Thursday of last
als by any who chose to talk a min
ute or two. There was no delay i:i
waiting for volunteers; every heart
seemed to be surcharged with the re
membrance of some special blessing,
and the earnest wish to testify for
Christ. None of these testimonials
were longer than two minutes
in thoir delivery, but they were
eloquent in their fervor and soul in
spiring in their warmth of earnest
ness; and so many were they that
the services lasted over an hour,
twice as long as was Intended. And
yet, after Dr. Kelley had 6aid the
closing prayer and pronounced the
benediction, there were many pres
ent who acknowledged a blessing
rhfiv had not had aji opportunity to
These meetings will be continued
at the same place during this year,
and an earnest invitation is given to
all to attend. To the rich and the
poor, the unconverted and the saved,
the men of Columbia and Maury
County, and the strangers within our
trates. the invitation is extended to
all to "Come and go with us, for
will do thee good."
La Anderson shipped 1 load of
hogs to Louisville Friday.
Vaughn & Alexander shipped 2
loads of hogs to Louisvilio this week.
Messrs. Lovd Cecil and John Bar
row each shipped two loads of mules
to Atlanta this week.
Messrs. GraY Hopkins, of Pulaski,
and A. P. Hodge, of Opelika, Ala.,
were here this week buving mules.
Col. J. H. Copeland and H.
Abraham, of Montgomery, Ala.,
were among the mule buyers here
H. Abraham bought a man 01
mules from A. P. Morgan Wednes
day and shipped to Montgomery,
Mr. G. W. Nichols left hero on
Mondav night with a car load of
mules for Livingston, Ala., his pres
The mule industry in Columbia is
bliifr a. livelv aspect. llli'ii) have
week for trial, and bound over to
the Circuit Court without bond.
Lucius Polk, Lucius Terrell and
Clabe Johnson, who were charged
with being accessories to the crluie,
were tried and released.
CarwoodSSarsaparuu-ior the blood
iaranteed to cure. A. B. kaos.
Herald's Job Dh-
rm bushels of Burt oats.
ianl4 2 Fkihrsox Ac Embky.
A gold bar breast pin with a- gold
thimble pendant, thimbie engraved
with name Amelia. Finder will be
rewarded by returning to Alcorn's
drugstore. ... it
Mms Janie Trimble.
The following notice is clipped
from the Cincinnati Commercial
Gazette: "Miss Janie Trimble, the
young Columbia, (Tenn.) girl,
whose extraordinary taieni ior
sculpture wa3 discovered through a
copy 01 Ueorge juuan .oiney s
portrait bust of Sam Davis, the hero
of the Cufederacy, which Miss
Trimble saw at the Nashville Cen
tennial during a visit there, is in the
city and is a pupil at the Cincinnati
Art Academy, wnere interested
friends and her relatives have seut
her to have her undoubted talent
Subscribe fr the HeraTd.
Werk of Prayer.
The Week of Prayer was brought
to a successful close last Sunday
night, and those who attended were
very much benefitted spiritually.
Friday night the meeting was held
in the First C. P. Church, "The
Work in the Foreign Field" being
the topic for the occasion: the dis
cussion was led by Mrssrs. )l. P.
Figures and O. P. Rutledge. The
services were held in the Christian
Church Saturday night, and in
teresting adresses were made by
Messrs. J. T. Williamson and G. T.
Hughes. The last of the series of
meetings was held in the Firt
Presbyterian Church Sunday night.
Revs. Thompson, Kelly and Provine
led the discussion, the subject be
ing "Witnesses for Christ."
bVen more than !50 car lo.ids shlppad
fim here this week, and Monday a
special train of 15 cars went out to
Trainer Ed. F. Geers H negotia
ting for the purchase of a farm near
Nashville. Tenn. He will probably
buy property adjoining the Clover
Bottom Farm, owned by Hon. An
drew Price. Turf, Field and Farm.
The following mill" shipments
have been made from Columbia this .
wpek: W. J. Moore & Co., 4 loads
to New Orleans; Chast-iln & Co., 1
load to Montgomery ; Henderson &
Rattier, 1 load to Troy; H. Abraham,
1 load to Montgomery; Sholton &
Dale, 1 load to Vicksbunr, MI?s.; D.
B. Joyce, 1 load t Athi;.tu; Stone,
Porter & White, 7 loads to Atlanta;
Estes & Co., 1 load to Atlanta ; Hud
son & Hodges, 1 load to Opelika; J.
B.Wilson, '2 loads to Montgomery;
Martin, Thompson fc Co., 2 loads to
New Orleans: Robert McLemore, 1
load to Atlanta; J. W. Cecil, 2 loads
to Atlanta; Hopkins & Me Adams, 7
loads to Atlanta.
like to have you come to our store
and get prices on Staple and Fancy
Groceries. Just see what $1.00 will
(l lha good roasted eorfeo.
Slbs A. 15., or 4-X coffee.
2d lbs white clarified sucar.
11 3-1 b cans California apricots.
(! 3-lb cans California peaches.
12 His let AtitHi candy.
12 lhs lest fancy enmly.
13 lhs good raisin?.
You have douMless b-arned what
a long-tongued fKlow "Cash" is.
W. E. McKESKQM.
A meeting of pastors and laymen
from the various churches in town Ti. piione 131.
was held Sunday afternoon in the
ession-room of the f irst rresoy-
erian Church, and the religious
condition and welfare of our church
es were discussed. A meeting for
the same purpose will be held next
Sundav afternoon at 3 o'clock in the
First Cumberland Presbyterian
The Ladies Union Traycr-meeting
will mppt. with Mra. Frank Avde-
lott. this afternoon at2::50. Subject, cle Tomn.ie" Douglas, the old 'bus
21th chipler of Matthew. Lead, r
Mrs. N. Holman.
The semi-annual election of offi
cers of the South Columbia Epworth
t uiimm frn!r ntnpn lfist SlindilV nftpr-
noon, and the following were Girwood's Sarvryurllla for the Lloed
chosen: W. A. Q iarterman, Presi-1 guaranteed to cure. A. i. iwAiNs
The remains of Ja-. O. Douglas.
who died Tuesday, Jan. 4, m r t.
Worth, Texas, reached hero Satur
day and were interred in Rose Hill
Cemetery. Rev. W. T. U-ry say
ing prayer !t the grave, neceaseu
wagfid years of fie, and formerly
lived here. He was th?. sou of "Un-
driver, who cvtry child 1:1 Voi'.invi:t
knew 20 vears ago. He leaves sev
eral children, two sons residing