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THE COLUMBIA HEllALD: FHIDAY, APRIL 8 lb! 8
PERSOT i ' S.
Daintily Embroidered and Laced
Edged, and we call your special at
tention to these
First. Pure Linen Cambric, sheer
and fine, open work and exquisite
embroidery, 25c each ; real value 40c.
Second. Good All Linen, delicate
embroidery, beautiful new patterns,
15c each; would be cheap at 25c.
Third. Embroidered Clear Lawn,
at 10c and 12)c, worth double.
Above are th6 extra good things in
handkerchiefs, but don't for a mo
ment suppose these represent the
highest or the lowest grades. Our
handkerchief stock is immense.
Borne as low as 2oo a dozen. Borne
as high as $1.00 each. '5c and 7c
each represent good value in embroi
dered handkerchiefs. -
Fans, Jewel Belts. Bilk Ties, Scarfs,
Sashes, Kid Gloves all the new
shadeo, together with white, with
self embroidery ; black, red, gren or
hello-embroidery; lace 'or button,
all sizes, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 pair.
The Famous Eagle Negligee Shirts,
best fitting, best looking, best wear
ing goods in America; variety of
new colorings from $1.00 up.
Specials for "
Saturday and Monday.
About 1000 yards of 36 inch flguered
Percales, the 10c kind.
About 500 yards soft finish strippd
. and plaid Flannelettes, and 5c will
be the price.
About 20 pieces all wool Dress Goods,
double width and extra value, just
right for early spring. This sea
sons Al styled, value 50c, but 29c
will buy them.
MRS. KNOX FLEMING: To her
many friends and customers, asks
an early inspection of Ladies Mus
lin Lingueries, Corsets, Silk, Lisle
and Knit Jersey Vests, Embroide
ries, Laces, Gloves, etc., at fifth
counter, right. ;
MAURY DRY GOODS
AND SHOE COMPANY,
A BREATH OF WINTER.
The Crop are Badly Dummied by the
The cold weather and frosts this
week have played sad havoc with
some' of "the crops. Mr. Horace
Rainey says he thinks the pear and
peach crops are killed.' althoughjie
cannot tell for certain yet. The
apples, more than probable, were
damaged but little. . Mr. 8. E. Cal
endar, the potato man, haj inter
viewed a number of farmers from
over the county, and he estimates
that about 20 per cent, of the potato
crop has been bitten, although it is
not seriously damaged. Corn will
suffer a set-back, and wheat has
been damaged somewhat. What
little clover there was up has also
' Engines and Threshers,
Wind-stackers, weighers, baggers,
bind cutters, thresher belts, thresh
er teeth, thresher covers, and any
thing in the thresher and engine
line can be had from the ; i ' ' - ' '
Craig Carriage & Machine Co.
A Shower of Eggs , ,
Last Saturday a man by the name
of Williams put a swindling ma
chine on the square in Mt. Pleasant,
hUfi did aland office busl-
amnmr tha ntttrrnea ana a low
whites, raking In the shekels' by the
hatful. He was given an invitation
AiMfcAnn of the own to
lAvn. but he failed to ao so, and,
It in the evening, a
.kna,nrhrin fruit of antiaue de
nomination began to fall around that
particular portion of the earth where
he was located. He and his corn
onimio mnirht re f ii in the hotel
Kr. ami chnrtlv afterwards con-
ninHoH thp hd better accept trie
invitation extended them. Tbey
left. ' - ;
, ; The Enlistment .
still goes on. That is in regard to our
list of new customers after groceries
at rock bottom prices: .,-
12 lbs beet Seed Tick Coffee .$1.00
9lbs4-X, Arbuckle or Leyering's
oiihhst California Prunes 1.00
15 lbs best Leaf Lard
Best Seed Sweet Potatoes, per bus
Garden or Field Seeds cheaper than
any house in town. ., .
Boll Telephone 24. North Mala Street.
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank.
Elsewhere in this issue of the
Hkhald will be found a statement
of the condition of the Farmers and
Merchant' Bank 1 the qaarter
ending March Si: The statement
.hows that this bank now has $1.0,-
314,71 individual deposit "j"; y
.hork. ana casu uu u
Th statement Is indeed
and show a
crease in the but.
Mr. F. W. Jackson is on a triD in
Mr. W. J. Polk has returned
Mrs. W. T. Naff is on a visit to
Mrs. F. F. Everett is visiting rela
tives in Pulaski.
Miss Pearl Campbell is visiting
Mrs. H . P. Figures.
Chancellor Abernathy, of Pulaski,
ia here holding court.
Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Joyce have re
turned from Louisville.
Mr. J. C. Dexter was In Murfrees-
boro on business last week.
Palmer Sheppard returned last
week from Vanderbilt University.
Judge A. B. Woodard, candidate
for Governor, was here last week.
Misses Laura Taylor and Carrie
Peters have returned fromCulleoka.
Mrs. Nora Smith, of Dresden, Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. T. N. Jones.
Riley Butler has gone to Nash
ville, where he has accepted a posi
tion. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and
little daughter are with relatives
Misses Elsie and Ada Shields
visited Lynnville relatives last
Miss Lutie Chlsholm, of Spring
Hill, is visiting Mrs. Wilburh
Misses Bessie and Eunice Lee, of
Duplex, are guests of Miss Florence
Miss Fannie Sowell, of Andrews,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sims
Mrs. Tennie Woldrldge, of Frank
lin, Is the guest of her son, Mr. W.
Mr8..W. P. Hastings and
daughters have returned to
home in Wilhoite.
Mrs. James Avent and Miss
Merchant have returned to
home in Murfreesboro
Miss Beulah Porter, who was visit
ing Mrs. H. C. Harlan and family,
has returned to Williamsport. . ;
Mrs. W. J. Pale, who was visiting
her daughter, Mrs. W. R. Hutton.at
Shelby ville, has returned hom.
Mrs. Thomas Worthington and
little daughters, Amelia and Lllla,
are visiting friends in Birmingham.
Mr. C. W. Lovell, of Hurricane
Mills, Humphreys county, returned
home this week after a visit to his
6ister, Mrs. E. D. Wilson.
Miss Kate E. MacLaurle, of Chat
tanooga, is visiting her cousin, Mrs.
E. T. Allen, and will remain with
her while Mr. Moore is in Chit-ago.
Mrs. H. A. McLemore and chil
dren have returned from a visit to
relatives at Shelbyville, and are
boarding with Mrs. W. B. Dobbins.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen have re
turned from their visit to Florida,
much improved by the trip. Miss
Lillian will remain in Florida a few
Mr. J. P. Sykes, of Memphis, and
Adjt. Gen. Chas. 8ykes, of Nash
ville, accompanied' the remains of
their lather, MaJ. W. J. Sykes, to
this place last Sunday.
Miss Katharine Hatch, of Perdido
Bay, Fla., is visiting Miss Louise
Dobbins. She is remembered most
pleasantly by friends she made dur
ing her visit here last summer.
Harry Hanner will leave the first
of the week for Lynnville, to be as
sociated with Hon. Flournny Rivers,
of Pulaski, who has established a
branch law office at Lynnville.
Hon. I. B. Hendon , returned last
week to bis home at Marion, Ala.
He expects to return to Columbia in
a few days, accompanied by Mrs.
Hendon, and they will make their
i Mr. John Trotwood Moore left for
Chicago Tuesday evening, .being
summoned by his publisher, Mr.
Jno. C. .Bauer, concerning the issu
ing of the second edition of "Songs
and Stories From Tennessee," the
first edition having been sold.
A BIG CATCH!
Theib will be no exaggeration
in your "fish stories" if you
f Jointed ..
RODS,.. Mounted ...
juimiicBC . . . .
REELS . . .1 Multiplying.
I Plain .
Lines ah kinds.
Floats In variety.
Minnow Buckets, Minnow , Seines
readv hung. Trotlines, Clearing rings,
Artificial baitand everythingfor a first
class fisherman's outfit. ' '
, KAINS, The Druggist,
A Ml) SUICIDE.
.t i ,
Tired of IIU Environment, He Sought
Teaco In Death. , , . i ,..
' ; "One more unfortunate, , , i , i
' ; . Weary of breath,
Rashly'lmpoitunate, , .
Gone to his death." ' ' !
A most deplorable case of self
destruction took placi at the corner
of High and Eighth streets last
Monday night. Tuesday, morning
Mr. W. H. Wilson went oui into ins
yard and found the body of his valu
able setter, "Tramp," hanging to the
fence, cold and stiff in death. ,
. "Tratno" was a very pretty and
valuable dog, $75 having been spent
in educating hlra for his "field" of
work. He was unusually smart and
intelligent, his canine instincts so
closely approaching human sense
that, rather than longer suffer the
ignominy of being a dog, he, put an
end to his existence. ..,"."'.
"Tramp." while on earth was
made to carry a block attached by a
chain to his neck. and. on the night
of his sad demise, he placed blmseii
on one side of the fence and left the
block hanging on the . other side.
The chain tightened cruelly about
poor "Tramp's" neck, and In a short
time it had accomplished Its work.
The fuueral service? were con
ducted Tuesday morning at the resi
dence, by Dr. W. M. Biddle, and the
remains we burled in the Bob Batey
farm. The pall-bearers were:
Judge Sam Holding, Clerk & Master
A. N. Akin, Judge ,W. C. Whit
thorneand Hon. Jad. A, Smiser. t
Mr. Wilson has the sympathy of
many friends In the loss of his boon
companion, his best friend and his
heart's love. ;
, AR0USD TOWN.
George P. Frlerson is on the sick
Betholl House barber-shop; shave
The street-sprinkler has com
menced for the season.
E. D. Wilson was on the sick list
several days the psst week.
Good side-saddle for sale. In
quire at the Bethell House. It
Mr. N. Holman is able to be out
again after a spall of sickness.
The public school children will
have holiday to-day, it being Good
Mr. John A. Walker continues to
improve from his recent spell of Ill
ness. For sale, a small boy's saddle and
pony bridle. Apply at this office, tf
Leslie Davia and Robert Dodson
went to Nashville on their wheels a
few days ago.
Mrs. Tom Frlel, who has been
sick for the past two weeks, is able
to be out again.
Wilkes & Derryberry, undertakers
South Main street, Brown tfiocK.
tf ' '
Rev. W. A. Provine has recovered
from his illness, and Is now able to
attend to his pastoral duties.
The ladies of the First C. P
Church are serving lunch at South
Side Park during the horse sale.
Fob Sale, or will exchange for
bueirv. "Eaele Wheel." 97 model.
Good as new. Apply at this office. 2t
The friends of Mrs. J. P. Caldwell
will be clad to hear that she Is able
to be up again after a spell of 111
ness.i' - ;
Mr. Jonathan Dugger, who was
seriously ill at the home of his son
in Franklin, has sufficiently recov
ered to return home.
Don't forget the flowers for Eas
ter, We are taking orders, and will
have a fine lot. James Bros. apl-2t
Mr. S. H. Voss has bought out the
grocery stock of Mr. W. E. McKen-
non, in West End, and will oonduct
the business at the same old stand.
Easter tioveltles, candies and fine
fruits. Our motto, "Honest prices,
prompt service and fair dealing."
At the meeting of Leonidas Polk
Bivouac Monday, Col. H. A. Brown
was elected President for the en
suing year, and Mr. W. B. Dobbins,
Lillies, roses, carnations; any kind
you wish for Easter at
aprl-2t . James Bros.
Some one took Mr. N. Hlrsch's
horse out of Houser's hitch-yard
Monday night, rode it to Spring
Hill and left it there tied to a post.
The animal was found next morning
and returned to its owner.
Call and see us in our new quar
ters, south side public square.
Mrs. W. J. Caldwell has been dan
gerously 1U at her home on South
High street for several days. Yes
terday evening sho was thought to
he worse, and but little hope was
entertained for her recovery.
Some of the numerous hogs that
Bubbling With Style,
Newness and Beauty,
are our offerings for this week's
trade. You are especially Invited
to look or to buy, to compare, to criti
cise. You'll possibly find some Hems
that will lit your fancy and appeal to
you as "Just what you want" We have
studiously labored to make it so.
COLORED DRESS GOODS
in all the NEWEST WEAVES.
DAINTY and DELICATE in de
piirn and weave are our exclusive
Muslins, Organdies and Dimi
ties. Deautiful line of Madras
Effects, Percales, Gingham?,
Undoubtedlv the prettiest line at
noDular prices ever shown, so the
ladies tell us.
All the popular shades and newest
ideas in Handles.
Our new line has created
tion no such . beautiful
ever oiTered before for
money. Largest stock of
Carpets and Mattings
ever shown in Columbia is being
raDidlv reduced. Prices will do
Everything that's wearable and
, . correct for Miim," in alluring and
newest fashions, with prices that
Ours never disappoints. Faultless
, In fit, finish, fabric, fashion. The
test of years proves it reliable.
, Experience teaches you we have
' no competition when it comes to
at popular prices. A few of thope
carried over Buits for this week at
$5.00. Only small sizes left.
Is a date which all have in mind, but
we are thinkinir of the few days previ
ous to that date. There are some things
which everybodv Intends to purchase
on these dava. We would be glad to
have you call and see our line oi
Easter Egg Djes.S colors for 5c.
V0LDR1DGE & IRYINE,
infest our pretty town, have gained
WHEN IT COMES TO
I The' ladies are competent
; s judges; and none more so than the
ladies 01 mis town nu uuuuij,
and they all pronounce my open
ing a most pronounced and
Artistic , Minery Snccess.u
We have sold a great many pret
t,v hats, but as fast as we sell we
b'uy ormakeothersquiteaspretty; i
Pattern Hutu, SHiiom, riuinei. .
New Sanh RibbmiH In
Roman Gaume. Etc.
My many friends who called
this week pronounced my
openinf? a porfect success, and
were agreeably surprised by
the low prices of the Millinery
! consists of the most fashiona
ble line of Millinery and the
prettiest styles that woman's
jt taste could devise. 1 "
Remember rav NEW location at
T. N. Fioukrb' Shoe Store. ; ' '
Very respectfully, i ''
Mrs. M. E. WILLIAMSON,
, FORMERLY with th Trade
Talaoe. , , ,
FREE MAIL DELIVERY.
Citizen of Columbia May Havw It In tli
. Nt-ar Future.
Before Easter, after taster, when
ever you call, you will find our
stock fresh, full and fashionable.
' Miss Beatrice Kerwici,
, " ' Rear Mauiy Dry Goods Co.'
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
inessof this insti
tution siuce the last report.
lrordlB(t of Arijoarnm Meeting;
The Board of Mayor' and " Alder
men met In adjourned ' session ltst
Friday nlRht, ' "
A committee, composed of Alder
men Abbott, Davis and Hodge, was
appointed to look after the matter of
having the houses within the cor
nnrattt limits numbered. ."
A communication -was received
from MaJ. Geddes, stating that he
had under consideration the matter
of placing gates at the crossings ou
South ; Main, .Garden and High
streets, and hoped to have them in
Upon a petition signed by a ma
jority of the Board, a flue Of $25
against James Buchanan, for violat
ing the Sunday law by selling some
cakes and erackers ou the Sabbath,
Ntw Novelties for Easter.
Don't fail to see us before you buy.
t .Ilk IJ.nf) n
Cut flowers a speciamy
Approaching NuptU'-i. ,
The following announcement card
hna heen Issued: "Mr.: and , Mrs
Samuel Perkins Cannon request the
honor of vour Dresence at the mar-
risen of . the r dauirhter, uyninia
Holland, to Mr. William voiemau
.TnnfiH. .Wednesday, evening, Apr.i
i:u.h. nm. at 8 o'doCK. fresDVieriaii
If'hnrnh. Franklin. ..Tenn.'.' i The
nroRneetive irroom is a son of Mr
Thos. Jones, of Williamson county1.
and has a number of relatives and
t fripnrU hfii-ft in Maurv. who will De
delighted to extend their congratu
latlons. . , . . .
Oarwood's SarsaDarllla for the blood
miarauteed tocure. A. B. Rains
, Chancery Court. ,
Chancellor Abernathy reached
here Monday, and Is now .holding
Chancery Court. Nothing of gen
eral interest has been transacted so
far. The case of W. W. Connor vs.
J. r. Krierson. concerning a road In
the 12th district, was dismissed. ,
admittance in the Athenajum grove
and they are rooting up the nice.
sward, as if they were paid wages
for their vandal work. . .,
Plvmouth Rock etrirs,' white and
barred, for sale. Apply to Mrs
Mary Meek, telephone 82, 4 rings. '
apl8 2t .
' Misses Beulah Willis, of Ashwood
and Fannie Bell Massey, or Lips
Comb, accomnauied by Mr. Walter
Griffin, the Nit-' Pleasant hackman
paid the Herald omce a pleasant
call last Monday.
Just ODeneda first-class Shooting
Gallery, in the Northwest corner of
the Square ; everybody snouia patro
nize it. Handsome presents given
every week to those doing the best
Wanted: A few nice dresses to
make. Have had experience, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Terms
reasonable. Mrs. W. H. Trail,
mh25 4t Cor. Fourth A High St.
Rev. D. T. Waynick, of Columbia,
was here the first of the week in the
interest of the Cumberland Presby
terian Orphan's Home. He preach
ed two able sermons at tne vjumoer
land Presbyterian church Sunday.
Pulaski Citizen. .
Two cattle, a red cow with white
marks and a red heifer with white
marks, have made themselves so ex
nensive and troublesome by lump
inff Into hit oremlses. that I have
confined them. The heifer has a
bell on its neck. The owner can re
finvpf thpm hv calline at the Her
ald office and paying tne . cosi oi
this notice and feed bills. If not
called for soon I will give them away.
tf , , K. D. LANDER
Columbia Is now entitled to a free
mail delivery, and, in all proba
bility we will have it In the near fu
Before a citv can demand a free
delivery, the Government requires
that Its post-onice receipts snail ex
ceed $10,000 per annum; also that
the houses shall be all numoerea
and the streets named, and the
sidrt-wa'ks in first-class condition.
Thanks to the natural srowth of the
town and the special efforts of Post
master Fariss, the $10,000 business
point has already been reached, and
the other features will be easily at
tended to. The streets years ago
were named and the houses num
bered : but this numbering has not
gestlon of the Postmaster has re
cently appointed a committee to
look after that, and to see that the
side-walks are in a fair condition.
Congressman Brownlow has gra
ciously agreed to help Mr. Fariss in
presenting Columbia's claims to the
proper authorities. An Inspector
from the post-office will be here
soon to see if the city has met the
requirements, and then, If we have,
it will be a question of only a short
time before the Tree delivery system
will be instituted, and Columbia
will then be one of the cities of the
Next Tuesday Evening
violin recital at the Opera
next Tupeday by -Mr. J.
Housrh Guest, and the reading Dy
irf a u. Merrill, together with
piano accompaniment by Miss
Schuler and a vocal solo by Mrs. C.
A Forgey, will of course attract a
large audience, coming as it does
the fl'st attraction after Lent, and
showing on the program four as
popular names before a Columbia
audience as could wll be found.
It Is the first recital Mr. Guest has
ever given in Columbia, and hla
friends should turn out en masse,
not only for the enjoyment of the
evening, but to compliment him by
their presence, ue is '
Columbia should take pride in and
encourage, and if the weather will
"warm up" for the occasion we nave
no doubt Columbia sooiety will.
Prof. Merrill's reputation is so we I
known here that we need not dwell
upon it. We have to say concern
ing him as we remarked about Dr.
Hawthorne's recent visit and lec
ture: "His coming is a favor to Co
lumbia." The following program
will be rendered:
Sonata op. 13.-Piano and Violin-Kd-ward
Orelg..Miss Schuler and Mr.
ATexas Court Scene-llichard Harding
Davis Prof. A. U. Merrill.
Fantas'a Appassionata-H. Vleuxtemps
..Mr. J. Hough Quest.
Ilow Remenvl Courted Ills Violln-
Trotwood.. Sir. Merrill.
Vocal Solo "Call Me Back" Denza .
Mrs. C. A. Forgey.
The Sleeping Car W.
Concerto op. 0 th.
Admission B0 cts.;
for reserved seats.
no extra charge
Seats now on
sale at Alcorn's drug store. , " 4
Rev. F.J. Tvler will deliver his
lecture on "Handsome Men and
Beautiful Women" at the South
Main C. P. Church. nt Irlday
l,Kf Anrll 1.V at K O Clock. T116
kV. .KJ lox.
; out inis numonng una nui "s""' " ' Mhiw nf thla leo
kept up. and will have to be press speaks very high y r 9uMc
over again, and the Board of tore. lrhe Athens CouHer s ays . Mr
,r and Aldermen, at the sug- Tyler s a great U .otarer . HI wi
and cry and
The Rev. L.
Don't fail to see us before you buy
. . a i- "r -
vour Held ana iraruen seeus.
Y . .... M
have a lull line oi .: . . .
Red Top, . ;
; Orchard Grass, . , i .
.", ' Blue Grass,
Bui t Oats.
Northern white and black oats, onion
sets, etc., and everything usually
kept in the field seed line.
i rierson ec fcmory.
"As We Sow
So Shall We Reap."
' Tf we bow bad seed, we cannot ex-
tiect to reap a itood harvest. We
have QAKDBN SliliD of all kinds
but none except tne octst najresnest,
Northern Seed Potatoes
of the Improved varieties.
Cnr Groceries Pleas?.
We are selling 9 pounds of Arbuck-
... i'.4-Xnr Leverinu'8 coffee for$t.
If you know a good thing, you will
not be slow w accepi im.
W. W. DENNIS,
South Main Street, near Square,
will make you laugh
raise you to a better
is a great lecture."
F. Whitlen, pastor M.
South Bloctou, Ala.,
. . . ii . . 1 . nrtafiAin unfl
says: "it niuu m vn, -
humor." Rev. J. O. Boydston, pas
tor C. P. Church, Gadsden, Ala.
8vb: "It is superior to Sam Jones
There Eli. " You will enjoy
this lecture, and help the Endeavors
.l.onart r1 thfi ltlOllV f'T itS tlBW
church. Come and help
Price of admission, 25 cents.
AS USUAL, 4-4-
or more than UHual was our Spring
Millinery Opening a success. Or
ders were numerous and compliments
were numerous too. We are busily en
gaged trimming other hats to replace
the many sold and have something to
suit the most stylish dresser and the
purse of everyone. - '
IYB1TI9 I . . j . ... r .....
Annex McKennon, Anik-rsou 4 Foster.
Masonic. ' "
Last Friday night Columbia
Lodge No. 31, F. and A. M., raised a
candidate to the sublime degree of
Master Mason, and last night passed
two Entered Apprentices to the de-
eree of Fellow urait.
jjarayette unapter, io. 4, ot noyai
Arch Masons will hold a stated con
clave, and Concordia Council of
Royal and Select Masters a stated
assembly nex Monday night.
April 11. at 7:30 o'clock, in tne
Masonlo Temple. i
Another car load of rough granite
from the celebrated quarries of Bar
re, Vt. With a new steam plant and
practical workmen, yon can get tne
best stock and finish at "The Colum
bia Marble and Granite Works,"
corner Sixth and Embargo Streets
Misses Linda Frlerson, Bessie
Moore, Matilda Magruder, Susie
Lipscomb, Annie Evans, Mamie
Akin and Christine Watklns were
iglven a delightful house-party last
wees by Miss Alice uixou ai ner
home near Asnwooa.
A musical entertainment, under
the direction of a number of young
girls, will be given at the residence
of Mrs. A. B. Rains, Friday, April
15th, at 8 p. m., tor the benefit of the
King's Daughters. Admission, 15
The Current Topic Club met Wed
nesday afternoon with Miss Fannie
Louise Smith. Several interesting
papers were read, and the meeting
was much enjoyed Dy an.
. A Few On Hand Yet,
Of the best double-shovels on
earth, for only $1.50. They ail have
two Hamilton cultivator points on
them, that would cost you $1.00 each
Craig Carriage & machineco.
Telephone No 51.
A Long-Needed Want.
Mai. Oeddes has informed th
Roard of Mavor and Aldermen that
h has under consideration me mat
terof placing gates at the South
Main. Garden and High streets
crossings, and that he hopes soon to
havn them In. This has oeen a
tiarwood's Sarsnparllla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. a.u. kaiss.
Wins the Fight.
In the battle of trade the "Moni
tor" wins in a wain; iuu new enlist
ments already this spring, aoa a car
load expected daily, 'lhe Monitor
carries the flag. See
tf Setterkield & noDsox.
Mrs. Joe Lavender and Mrs Neil
Brown are in Lawrenceburg this
Misses Ristora McClellan and
Annie Shanley are visiting relatives
in Huntsville, Ala,
Miss Maggie Dillehay, of Sandy
Hook, is the guest of Miss Kate
Did Ion Know
That the Compound Engine was
the engine that threshermen need?
More power and less weight Is the
thing for threshers now. It takes
power to ui ive a thrcohtr aud wind
stacker in our heavy straw. It will
pay you to see W. li. Craig this sea
sou before you place your order for a
threshing rig. You will find him
Craio Carriage & Machine Co.
TRADE PALACE OPENING.
A large Crowd See Thoir' Display of
The Trade Palace Joined tha list
of popular resorts for the ladles last
Friday morning. The millnery
opening here was thronged with an
incessant stream of vUitors, many
ot whom had long had it in antici
pation. A canopy formed of alter
nating stripes of the sesson'- colors
burnt orange and shapphlre blue
extended the whole length of the
house, gayly festooned in garlands
of flowers, brilliant draperies and
many-colored ribbons, while a band
of music on a platform in the rear
enhanced the effect of the wnole.
Of course the chief attraction was
the tasteful and ' beautiful array of
millinery for which this establish
l ment Is noted, and which this sea-
Give your order quick for a "Mon
itor." We have the second car load
coming this spring. They are the
best and farmers know it. Bee
tf Satteufi eld & Dodson.