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THE COLUMBIA IIEKALh: FHIDAY.MA 0, IM)8
Deal With a Live House
And You are Sure
to Get the Right
Goods at the
Here are some of the latest and
Bargains they are:
(1) Line White Pique and Cor
ded welts, large heavy cord
looks like the 2;jc kind; but
while they last, 10c per yard.
2. White Corded Pique and
wtlt, newest out for Waists
and Skirts looks like the im
ported Marsaillea and you'd
think 40 cents would be low,
but 20c per yard will do us.
3. Same class of goods, but
better and best, and 25c will
do for these.
Fine French Organdies.
All of them two yards wide,
white 3oc, 40c, 45c, 50c, and every
piece worth half as much again us
we ask for them.
Fine French Organdies.
All colors and black, two yards
wide at lowest prices.
and Val Laces make the cor
rect trimmings for above lines. We
chow the greatest variety at lowest
Our Silk Sale
on last Monday took the ragoff
the bush. Delighted customers by
the score took advantage of tins to
to buy silk at cotton prices. We will
on next Monday close out the bal
ance at same give-away prices; viz:
15c and 39c.
And we supplement the silks with
20 pieces Tissue Brade. These come
in Grenadine effects generally ; some
of them medium, some light, some
dark ground, beatifully embroider
ed and llowered and Hguered elfects,
made to retail at 25c, but next Mon
day to introduce them we say 10c a
Timely Points for the Summer
Commencements and School
Whit Kid Gloves and Slippers $ 1
White Kid Belts, White Ties,
White Silk Sashes.
Tinted Silk Hosiery, White Dotted
Swiss, White French Organdy, White
Silk and Gauze Fans, White Laces,
White Embroideries. In fact com
plete commencement outfit and
Money Saving to you.
MAURY DRY GOODS
ASD SHOE COMPANY.
SOUTH EAST SIDE.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Erwin and
child were visiting Mr. and Mrs
Thomas Voorhies the first of this
Mr. Jesse Wilson was visitin
friends at Ashwood since our last.
Mrs. Newsom and little Miss Lucy
Davis, of Nashville, were visiting
Mrs. W. V. C. Grant last week.
Mr. T. W. Martin and mother, of
Bordeaux, after a most delightful
visit to friends and relatives in this
county, have returned home.
Mr.'M. M. Gardner, of Nashville,
of .Iersev fame, was visiting his old
friend. Mr. A. F. Brown, last week
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Itoborts and
children, are visiting relatives in
Williamson county this week.
Miss Bessie Patton, of Isom, has
returned home after a pleasant visit
to her sister, Mrs. Will Watson.
Mr. J. M. Hun i in Perry county
this week on business.
Mr. J. W. Pugh was called to Ben
last Sunday to see his little grand -
daughter. Irene Hicks, who was
vm-v sick, hut at this writing she Is
thought to be some better.
Mrs. W. S. Tucker and daughter,
Linda, are in Mt. Pleasant this week
visiting relatives. Ikami.
SI rayed or Stolen.
One erav horse, about 8 years old,
15 hands high. Liberal reward will
be given for return of same, or infor-
mation leading to his recovery.
Fi. K. Phelan,
It Columbia, Tenn,
Sidney Cameron spent several
davs here the past week, on his re-
tii in from Chicago to Florence. His
sister. Miss Mary Lou Cameron, ac-
compani"d him to Florence to spend
several days visiting.
Mrs. W. A. Quarterman left Mon
day for Indiana to visit her daugh
ter. Mrs. Fred James.
Mr. Kirk Green and two daughters,
of Stiversville, wer9 gtoests of Mrs.
W. A. Hammonds this week.
Barker fc Martin, next door to
Democrat office, pay highest prices.
Call phones, Bell 22S-2; Citizens' 165.
Personals Culled From Exchanges,
Miss Etta Atkisson, of Columbia,
i vMtintr Mrs. M. A. Dickson's
family this week. Giles County
Miss Charlotte-Elliott, of Colum
bia, arrives to-day and will be the
guest of Miss May Lindsley during
the Musical Festival. Nashville
Potato raisers, remember
fully prepared to furnish
ti,. 1'inniiiir crop. Low
best goous guaranteed.
dry and well seasoned.
A long ex-
enubles us to
barrel on the
perience in mis mm
give the best potato
marKti. v i . i
Bell phone (0. WlLos & Co.
Mrs. Annie Phillips is on a visit to
Frank Dale is here from Vicks
Jas. A. Smiser, Esq , is in Pulaski
Hon. E. W. Carmack is here from
Moses Gross returned this week
Dr. D. A. Davidson has returned
Dr. C. P. Suell has returned from
a trip to Florida.
Miss Virginia Webster is visitiug
menus in tseima, Ala.
lieon Jtucker, of Shelby ville, is in
the city for a few days.
Mrs. Geo. L. Thomas and Miss Ida
returned this week from New York
Mr. T. F. Fleminir returned Wed
nesday from a visit to Hopkinsville,
Hon. J. A. Smier returned last
Saturday from a trip to Helena,
Mrs. W. T. Chaffln and Miss Wil
lie Chaffln have returned from Mem
Mr. F. E. Shoup is in Memphis
attending the Episcopal Conven
Miss Mary Sanders, of Nashville
was the guest of Miss Cornelia Jones
Mrs. H. B. Adams returned Wed
nesday from a visu to relatives at
Miss Lillian Allen has returned
from Florida, where she spent sev
Thos.JBrown, of Nashville, visited
his parents, Col. and Mrs. H. A
Brown, this week.
Shelby Colfey, Esq., of Fountain
Creek, has been spending the past
weeK in Columbia.
Mrs. Frank Everett left Tuesday
for a visit to friends in Nashville
franklin and Bell Buckle.
Miss Helen Gordan returned to
Columbia Monday aftar a week's
visit to friends at Bigbyville.
Miss Leigh Whitthorne, who has
been visiting friends in Helena,
Ark., returned home this week.
Mrs. W. R. Huttnn, who was visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Dale, has returned to Shelby ville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Roberts re
turned Saturday to Chattanooga, ac
companied by Miss Sadie Sheegog.
Rev. J. H. Thompson and Mr.
Joseph H. James are attending the
Jiaptit Convention at Norfolk, a.
Clyde Latta, who has been at
tending school in Nashville for the
past six months, has returned home.
Miss Katharine Hatch, who was
the guest of Miss Louise Dobbins,
lias returned to her home at Perdido
Drake Clopton has returned from
Helena, Ark., when he was called by
the fatal illness of his uncle, Col. J.
Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Kelley left the
first of the week for Baltimore, to
be in attendance at the General
Mrs. Nora Gardner Smith, of
Dresden, Tenn., is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Thos. Nelson Jones, at
the Bethell House.
Mrs. H. L. Martin, after a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J
Stephenson, returned to her home
in Kentucky Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. William
son returned this week from their
bridal trip, and are spending sever
al days with relatives in Columbia
Rev. and Mrs. M. J. Carley, who
have been spending several months
with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Spellman,
left Wednesday for their home in
Michigan, going by way of Chat
tanooga and the Mammoth Cave.
They were very much delighted
with their sojourn in Dixie.
OF NEW SAILORS
just received. Call and see them
and make an inspection. We are
Special Prices 011 Pattern Hats,
Our line of Millinery comprises the
latest styles in women's headgear,
and our prices are reasonable.
We are endeavoring to please the
ladies of Maury County, and we be
lieve we have succeeded.
MISS BEATRICE KERWICK,
At the Mauri Dry Good's Co.',
B. Mrs. Fariss is still with me.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Miss Nettie Alderson to Western Cot
tage Piano v Organ Co., 53 acres in 21st
(i. V. Kergueson to T. II. Dodson, :
acre in 24th dist., $12.50.
II. 15. Titcomb to (i. V. Gordon, 3'
acres ill lth (list..
I'M and Hewlette Kuhn to O. II
Bennett, lot In Columbia, i:W.
E. C. McPowell et al to Jesse Roberts
lot in nth dist.. (l
A. C. Heed to II. B. Scott, 225 acres in
sih dixt.. J4.517.2l.
V. Stoekard et al., to Lou Lovelett,
2i'. acres in 17th district, 0.
(ieo. I. Ilodge to Virginia A. Hodge
lot in Columbia, 2tm.
M. li. Tomlinson to Rachel Scruggs,
acre in tith dist.. 100.
II. O. Fulton, Trustee, to Jno. W. Fry
lot in Columbia, f tli..ia.
The United States Captures
Spanish merchant ships, but we capture
the trade of Columbia in the grocery
line on our fair dealing and low prices
I nat listen :
1.) cans assorted can goods $l.i
is IDs white clarirled suRar J '
V lbs Arbucle. 4-X, or Levering coffee.. l.U)
Id ll4 bent seed tick Coffee 1 W
it lh sack best lanoy nour .
ni.,a s.. ui. or Ash ton's liest flour, per bl 5.
v..u' iii li'iuis molasses, ucr Kal
15 lbs best leaf lard J-1"1
II lbs best country lard MM
New rec leaned millet seed, per bushel.. .Mil
liest bran, 175 lb sack 1
ut iiMioth v hay, per bale
Heinges baked beans and tomato sauce
i v whit iMiMwnon
1 Bell Telephone U. -North Main Stret
We have just received a big lot
of our own importation, manu
factured especially for us. Eve
ry Razor is "full hollow y round"
and fully guaranteed. Each Ra
zor is branded
In buying these Razors you
get the finest Razor imported,
backed by a guarantee from a
responsible dealer at home.
We havo them In 4-8, K. and G 8
blades, white and black handles
Razor Straps, Water Hones, Mugs,
Lather Brushes, Shaving Soaps
in variety. Call and see our
complete outfit, including Hazor,
Mug, Brush and Soap for
RAINS, The Druggist.
THE CURFEW LAW.
Columbia' Board of Mayor and Aller
men Don't Waut One.
At the regular monthly meeting
of the Board of Mayor and Alder
men last Friday night, Alderman
Hodge introduced an ordinance pro
viding for a "curfew law." The
measure was lost by a vote of 4 to 2,
the ballot standing as follows: Aye
Aldermen Hodge and White.
No Aldermen Abbott, Davis, Laza
rus and Massey. Aldermen McCla
nahan and Craft were absent.
The "curfew" law provides that
all bovs under 18 years of age shall
be kept oil the streets unaer ponce
restrictions after 8 o'clock at night,
and fixes a fine for each offense. It
has been adopted by a number of
towns in Tennessee, and its effects
have been very beneficent.
The Board appointed the follow
ing Board of Health: Drs. J. H
Wilkes. C. A. Forgey, YV.iU. isiaaie,
J.G.Williamson, J. H. Voorhies
and Robt. Pillow.
Aldermau V. T. McClanahan ten
dered his resignation, but action
upon the matter was deferred by
Drummers from lialtimore
of the largest Millinery man
ufacturers in the United
States visited me last week.
They were selling their
cheap, being late in the sea
son. 1 was ready to buy,
having sold more than I ex
pected; and I did buy. So I
am prepared to sell the
choicest Millinery at the low
est prices ever offered in Co
lumbia. Mrs. M. E. WILLIAMSON,
Formerly with the Trade Palace
Please remember m y new quart
T. Ji. F1GI KIliS' SHOE STOKE.
Two Colleges Chartered.
Application was filed in the Regis
ter's otnee this week for a cliarter
for Banta Fe College. The follow-
im? are the incorporators: W. L
Walker. R. D. Adkisson. W. R.
Puckett. R. K. Dawson, 8. M. Jones.
Application was also made last
week for a charter for Hay Long
College at Mt. Pleasant. This school
will hereafter be under tbe control
of Columbia Presbytery of the Pres
bvterian church. The incorpora
tors are: t . li. weuD, uotn.
Browu, John N. Lyle, bamuel P
Hawes, W. H. Long, W. 8. Flem
ing, Z. W. Ewing, D. F. Fulton, 8
H. Goodloe, Thos. A. riarain.
We have made arrangements to
handle ice for the season. Delivered
to any part of city.
TUCKER & iiRIITAIN.
Citizens' Tel. No. 89. tf
The sprlm? term of Bigbyville Ac
ademv closes to-day, May 6. Hon
W. . Fleming win deliver a lecture
to-night at 8 o'clock at the Academy
and several young ladies will give
recitations. To-morrow night, at
the same hour and place, the Liter
ary Society will give a public debate
The following speakers have been
chosen: Affirmative: Messrs. K. 8
Howktt. Joe A. Perry, Chas. Pen
der and C. 8. Calvert; negative
Messrs. A. 8. Boyd, R. 8. Perry,
H.Courtney and Marshall McKis
Buy a Monitor Cultivator
mane war on General Green.
can knock him out. See
tf Satterfield & Dodson.
Wreck at Cnlleoka.
A bad wreck occurred at Culleoka
last Thursday niirht. A freight train
going down grade broke in two, and
the fact was not discovered until
I the first section slowed up at the
--, M . n.l.nn Ilia latter sanfn.n
crashed into the nrsi, aemousning
ten cars and seriously hurting one
I want to buy.
Soda founts are sizzling.
This sort of weather reminds one
Cabinet Photos $1. 00 per dozen at i
Fielden Bros', gallery. tf.
Mr. Ed. D. Wilson has been on the
sick list for the past week.
Arthur Church sprained his left
arm quite badly last Saturday while
Frank Roberts has accepted a posi
tion with a colfee and tea house in
Wilkes & Derryberry, undertakers
South Main street, Brown Block.
Miss Clarissa Lipscomb has ac
cepted a position as cashier at Al
corn 8 soda fount.
For sale, a small boy's saddle and
pony bridle. Apply at tlrs otlice. tf
Messrs. Woldridge & Irvine give
the latest war news on their bulle
tin board in front of their drug-store.
Have you ever tried Bailey water,
carbonated at Rains' fouut? Sole
Miss Jessie Roth, of Mt. Pleasant,
is boarding at the Athenueum, and
studying 6hort-hand uuder Miss
Mr. Geo. L. Thomas has been on
the sick list for the past week, but,
we are glad to say, Is now improv
Mr. B. T. Tiller now has charge of
the Bethell House Barber-shop,
where lie will be glad to serve you.
Ruth, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Fleming, has been
quite ill, but we are glad to report
her much better.
The United Daughters of the Con
federacy will meet with the Presi
dent, Mrs. W. B. Dobbins, Saturday,
May 7th, at 4 o'clock.
Hon. L. P Padgett has been given
the honor of addressing the graduat
ing class of the Oxford Female Col
lege, at Uxforci, iNiiss., on June l.
A number of young men in town
are organizing a company to go to
the front in the event that President
McKinley makes a second call for
For Sale. A good saddle horse
and good buggy horse, family and
safe qualities unexcelled; lo hands
D. F. Ostkkn, JR.,
It Columbia, Tenn.
Dr. Robt. Pillow is rebuilding his
house on Sixth street which was re
cently burned. It will be quite a
convenient and attractive cottage
The friends of Lieut. W. N
Hughes, U. 8. A., sou of Judge A. M
Hughes, will be pleased to hear that
he has been promoted to the position
Mr. F. D. Lander recovers slowly
from the cold which attacked the
nerves of his face, and it will be
another week before he can put his
eyes to regular work.
Master Ed Gamble Cherry, the
little son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Cherry, has been quite ill with
typhoid fever, but we are glad to re
port mm improving
Handsome catalogue of Bailey
Springs lust out. for same, can on
JVl. Dedman at tne uettieu, or a
B. Rains, who is solo agent for
Bailey Hprings water. It
Representatives ot the United
States Government will be iu Co
lumbia next Thursday to buy
cavalry and artillery horses and
mules, to be used iu thenar.
The Ladies' Aid Society of 8t
Peter's Episcopal church served din
ner last Monday iu the vacant store
house next to (Jhatlln tiros., on
the square. The ladies realized
After to-day the general delivery
window at the post-office will be
open for ten minutes after the dis
tribution of the accommodation man
in the evening, for the benefit of
those who have no lock boxes
A subscription of f"0 is being
raised by the citizens of Columbia
to buy a United States flag, which
will Le presented to Company B,
Maury C -unty volunteers, now en
camped at Nashville.
A company of negro cavalry passed
through Columbia last Saturday
from Wyoming en route to Tampa,
Ha. They stopped here for several
hours to feed and rest their horses.
They belonged to the regular army
of the United States.
Tbe daily papers state that Theo
dore Roosevelt, who resigned as As
sistant Secretary of the Navy to ac
cept command of a regiment of
Rocky Mountain volunteers, has
asked R. I). Williams, of Lexington,
captain of the famous Columbia
Witt Rifles, to join his company.
Having secured the agency for one
of the largest wool factories in the
world, we aie in the market for ail
the wool products in Maury County
and can pay highest market prices
for same. Call and see us before sell
in jr. We are also headquarters for
Field Seeds, Land Plaster, Lime,
etc., and don't forget to see us before
you buy your Stock Peas, Whip
poorwills, Clays and mixed at bot
tom prices. Give us a trial and we
will do the rest.
Frierson & Embry,
Cor. 8. Main and Sth streets,
Thone 107. Oitkeg Building.
I'XCALLEI FOR LETTERS.
The following is the list of letten,
for the week ending May 4,
Baucom, Mattie Morton, Pan
bechiard lsola Martin, Nellie
Bowen John Mills, Callie
Copeland raey Morrison, Mauuie
Iavis, Josie Mulberry, Mr
Kmery.tieo Nelson, Mis N
F.ehols, Fannie Page, Jennie
Farrier, J A Riley, Miss Hattie
Fleming, Carrie E 2 Stewart, Mollie Iee
Hencin, Hebecca Smith, Mrs llarret
Jenkins Ed Viekersoii, Mell
Jeune, E S Wilson, A J
Ieonard, Mike (Package)
Parties calling for the above letters
please say advertised.
II. F. Farisx, P. M.
Drink Bailey Sjirlngs Water
for the kidneys. Iu bottles and car
bonated at fount.
It A. B. Pais?, Hole Agei:t.
U U AND
Just a long as you please. It
will please you to look, and it
will please us t: have you look.
We have plenty to interest every
visitor this week. Another ta
Light Dress (Joods
worth 10c to 20c per yard. Your
choice now only 7)8c. PIQUES
are very popular t his season. We
have just received a new line,
which will be offered at very row
prices. Also just received
prices on -'ui'"S
f Lace Curtains.
A distinguishing characteristic
of our clothing is the superiori
ty of style and workmanship that
pervades the entire line, while
our prices are known to be the
lowest. How could it be other
wise, when we give you the dis
count we earn by paying CA8H
for all purchases?
Mr. Wesley Roberts, of Roberts'
Bend, and Miss Frankie Kinzer, of
near Water Valley, were united in
marriage last Sunday evening at
Santa Fe. The bride is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kinzer,
and has a large circle of friends
The groom is well-known and high
Iv respected. Mr. and Mrs. riouerts
have the best wishes or their numer
Jnii h-A lieu.
Mr. Walter Jones and Miss Anna
Allen were united in marriage last
Sunday mornine: by Rev. W. T
Usserv. The ceremony was said
while the contracting parties were
seated in their buggy in front of Mr.
Styles the latest.
Stock the most complete.
Prices the lowest,
Al MISS AliHOI I.'S,
Annex McKi-nnon, Anderson S Koster.
T0-M0 K UO U 'S E LEI' I IONS.
WilliHinsnn-Wliittlioi'iie I'llinmy A lid Se
lection of (iiibei-nutoi Jul llelegrtle.
The election to decide between
Mai. J. T. Williamson and Capt.
W. J. Whitthorne, as to who wbl be
Maury County s candidate for Con
gress from the Seventh Congression
al district, will take place to-inor-
row; these gentlemen having de
cided to submit their claims to the
Democracy of Maury' County, it be
ii:g both to the interest of their
party and themselves.
At the same time a Democratic
primary will be held for the selec
tion of delegates to the gubernatorial
by buying thresher belts, engine
and cylinder oils, hard oil, acd oil
for your bhuW and mower. See
tf S ATTEKKIEI-I) & DoOSON.
LIVE STOCK X0TES.
Alexander & Vaughn shipped
loads of hogs, cattle and sheep to
Louisville lat Saturday.
La Anderson shipped a mixed load
of stock to Louisville this week.
W.J. Howard & Co. this week
purchased seven fine mules from
parties in Maury county. These
animals will be sold to the United
States Government for use In the
Hal Parker, 2:1 1?
will make the season of 1898 at
South Side Park, Columbia, at $1
by the insurance. Only four of his
get were trained last year. Three of
them paced miles better than 2:2."
and two better than 2:20. Addie
Parker, a three year old, paced a 3d
mile in 2:1314', and was sold for $800
Alice Hal, 2-year-old race record
2:2lt.', paced a mile in 2:19', and
J,' in 30 seconds, and was sold for
750. C. R. Alexander,
apl22 6t Columbia, Tenn
You can always find the latest war
news by looking un oldridge
Irvine's bulletin board in front of
their drug store. It
Engines and Threshers.
If you want the best, we know
will pay you to see us. We will
have sample engine and thresher
our ware-rooms, o you can see
what you buy. We seii three dif
ferent makes. Come to see them
Craw Carriage & Machine Co
UU11U1JUU, u j
are words that wo often hear a'ter
people have tried
at our fountain. Lemon Phosphate U
so common that it takes something ex
tra to call forth such remarks. The se
cret of ours is that we are careful to
have fresh syrups made from the. best
material we can li'Hl. lresh syrup
meant syrup made not longer than the
dav before you taste it.
Do ionr drinkhni at our fountain
and yi t the In ft !
l our menus,
WOLDRIDGE & IRVINE
Mins riilin Dorset.
The accidental death of Miss Pau
line Dorset at Williamsport last
Tuesdiy morning, was a most un
timely and deplorable bereavement.
The young lady, accompanied by a
colored girl, had gone to the river,
just back of her home, to gather
moss, and in some manner she lost
her footing and fell down the em
bankment into the water. The col
ored girl immediately gave tbe
alarm, but the body was not recov
ered until more than an hour after
wards, when life was found to be ex
The unfortunate young lady was
tbout 22 vears of aire, and was the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jelf Dor
Set. She was of a most lovable char
acter, and by her modest, refined
nature and gentle manners, she had
gained the love and admiration of a
large number of acquaintances. Just
in the bloom of young womanhood,
with the prospects of a bright future
before her, her death is an especial
ly sad one. The sorrowing family
have the tenderest sympathy or the
entire community. But God alone,
the Great Physician ci all the world,
is able to administer balm to their
aching hearts and heal their wound
The funeral services were con
ducted Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock in St. Peter's Episcopal
Church, by Rev. Alexi Patterson, of
Nashville, and the remains were
laid to rest in Rose Hill Cemetery.
Mrs. Kalinin Collier.
Mrs. Fannie Collier, wife of Hugh
L. Collier, died last Friday at 10:11:)
p. in., at her home in West End, in
the 3(ith yearof her age. Deceased
bus been ill for some time, but she
bote her sufferings with the patience
of a true christian. She was a mem
ber of the South Columbia Methodist
Church, and so lived that during her
earthly pilgrimmageshe gained the
love and respect of everyone, ana
hen the final summons came she
was ready to pass over Death's dark
river and receive the reward that
remaineth for the righteous. The
funeral services wer conducted at
the residence Saturday afternoon at
o'clock by Kev. W. I). Wendel,
and the interment took place in
Rose Hill Cemetery. Deceased
leaves a husband and two children,
who have the sympathy of many
A purse, between Williamsport
and Columbia. Finder will please
return to Herald otlice Hnd be re
warded. A. F. Owing. It
The OUHi-tettu Club.
The Quartette Club will give a
recital May 12 at Phelan's music
store, at 8:lii o'clock, assisted by
Mrs. C. A. rorgey and Mr. brand
olianet. Admission, 2u cents. I he
following program will be rendered:
Overture to Siege of Corinth Rossini
Andante from Septet Beethoven, piano,
organ and violin 'Quartette Lluu ana
Ianse Macabre St. Saeno Quartette
Violin Solo Mr. Johanet.
Alleuro from B Minor Svneplioneo
Sch'ibert Quartette ( lull.
Vocal Solo Mrs. C. A. Forisey.
Overture to Saunhauser Wag tier Quar
Misses Mary Ella and Elizabeth.
Fariss gave a delightful lawn party
to a number of their little friends at
the home of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Mora H. Fariss, on nouth Main
street, last Saturday afternoon. Re
freshments were served.
The Misses Porter entertained de
lightfully at their home in the Leb
anon Heights neighborhood one
evening during the past week, com
plimentary to Ailss Mary hanaers,
Miss Emma D. Grlgsby enter
tained the Current Topic Club Wed
To borrow $.100 or $700 for 1 or 2 yrs.
at fi"u, on first class collateral. Ap
ply at this oill ce.
Another ear load of rough granite
from tbe celebrated quarries of Bar
re, Vt. With a new steam plant and
practical workmen, you can get the
best stock and flulsh at "The Colum
bia Marble and Granite Works,"
corner Sixth and Embargo Streets.
Telephone No. 51. tf.
We sell fine and medium grade
surreys, tmggiei and buckboard,
harness, lap dusters and whips. Set
tf Sattkrkiklu & DoDfy).
Bring your Job
priuting lo th