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THE COLUMN LA UKKALm. FHI lA . JUXE 10 I v l8
We must turn merchandise into
money, and the idea is this:
Next Saturday the (Jreat
Shoe Sale Commences.
FIRST. 04 pairs of Ladies' Rlack
and Tan Oxfords, finest custom-
made Roods carried over a sea
sonreally, all are the $300
kind ; nothing hardly that cost
less than S2 00.
Take choice at J)S cenls.
Sizes 2 to (. You see we will lose
big money on these.
Take any pair of Bhoes or Ox
fords out of our stock at actual
Children's, Men's and Ladies'
fine, medium or cheap no re
All of our Hummer Ventilated
Corsets, sizes 18 to 30,
At 25c each.
Our entire 6tock of
Diess Uoods, Lawns,
Dimities, Organdies, at
Scotch Lawns, 3?4c; Dimities
and Lawns. Be; Organdies, 7,'ac;
Fine French Organdies, 17c.
Towels, Napkins and Table Lin
ens. Rest 25c and 35c Towels for
19c; best 20c Towel for 12'c;
Table, Linen, two yards wide, 59c
to 85c, worth 75c to $1.25.
Bea Island Domestic, yard wide,
4c; Rleached Domestic, yard
wide, 4o; LongCloth, yard wide,
7c. Fifty pieces Prints, 3,li'c.
In short and for short, if you
want $1.00 for 50c we are the peo
ple you want to see.
MAURY DRY GOODS
AND SHOE COMPANY,
WK CLOSE AT :15.
SOUTH KSAT SI DC.
Misses. Jennie Davis and Nannie
Patton, of Hampshire, were visiting
friends ''ere last week.
Mr. David Hcott. of Mt. Pleasant,
was visiting Mr. Jesse Roberts the
first of this week.
Little Miss Mable Hunt is visiting
relatives in Lindeu, Perry County,
Miss Delia Perry, of Lebanon
Heights, is visiting hercousins, Mrs.
Harvy Martin and Mrs. Will John
son, thi week.
Mrs. V. H. Tucker and daughter
Linda are visiting relatives in Mt
Pleasant this week. Tramp.
Having secured the agency for one
of the largest wool factories in the
world, we aiein the market for ail
the wool products in Maury County
and can pay highest market prices
for same. Call and see us before sell
ing. We are also headquarters for
Field Heeds, Land Plaster, Lime,
etc.. and don't forget to see us before
you buy your Ktock Peas, Whip
poorwills, Clays and mixed at bot
tom prices. (Jive us a trial and we
will do the rest.
Frierson k Embry,
("or. S. Main hikI Nth street,
l'lione 107. ()Hkr IIuIIiIIiik.
Carter' Creek Will He on the I.lne In a
Arrangements were made this
week for the completion of the
Citizens Telephone line to Carter's
Creek. The poles have all been set
and the wires partly strung, and
within a day or two the line will be
ready for operation.
A line has also been run from
James Kanwn's, near Hurricaue
Switch, to Culleoka.
A pair of gold spectacles between
Athenivum and Rains' store. Find
er call at Athena'utn for reward. It
Personals Culled From Exchanges.
Emmett Foster, of Culleoka, has
been with friends in Lewisburg
this week. Messrs. J. C. Orr, of
Riru.ingham, Ala., and W. J.
Moore, of Columbia, have been in
town this week mingling with our
stock dealers and making purchases
of horses. Marshall Gazette.
The Misses Provine, Akin and
Moore, of Columbia, with whom
several of our young men were so
hiirhlv pleased during the recent
visit of the young ladies at this
place, have returned home. Shel
Little Miss Henderson, of Colum
bia. arrived Saturday to visit her
sister, Mrs. W. R. Lupton Franklin
Miss Leah Cannon is visiting Miss
Susie Cheairs, in Sprine- Hill.
12 horse power, second hand. See
Henry Davis is dispensing soda
water at Rains' fount.
Cabinet Photos $100 per dozen at
Fieldeu Rros'. gallery. tf.
The mercury went up to 96 in front
of A. J. Nichol's store last Monday
Mr, Mora R. Faris was taken with
a relapse this week, but is now much
High grade Jersey cow fresh in
milk, for sale. Garnet Rainey. It
Cheap rail road rates have been
put in from Columbia to Railey
Messrs. T. C Petri and Nathan
Hirsh are up the river this week on
a fishing trip.
Wilkes & Derryberry, undertakers
South Main street, Brown Rlock.
A refreshing rain fell last Monday,
which cooled the weather to a con-
sidt rable extent.
Miss Cornelia Jones has been sick
this week, but we are glad to report
tier much improved.
Mr. W. S. Fleming, who was on
the sick list last week, is recuperat
ing in the country this week.
The fall session of the Columbia
Athenanun will begin Monday, Sep
tember 5. See card elsewhere.
We are glad to report that Mrs.
W. J. Ouest, who has been quite ill
forseveral weeks, is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McLemore
expect to move next week to Dr.
Pillow's new cottage on West Sixth
Mr. T. C. Petri is receiving the
congratulations of his friends upon
the arrival of a joung lady" visitor
at his home.
Day boarders wanted. Call on
Mrs. R. P. Dilworth, in the Robin
son building, corner West Seventh
and school streets. may27-4t
Mr. W. H. Trail and family have
moved from the corner ot 4th and
High streets to Mrs. Mattie Cook's
place, corner 4th and Garden.
The most convenient place for Co
lumbia people is Railey Springs, the
North Alabama mountain resort.
J. M. Dedman, Manager.
Hardin Figuers, Frank Williams,
Clark Jones, Flav Carpenter and
Frank Osborne have returned from
school at Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. John Moss, of the Democrat
force, has been sick for the past
week, and has gone to Lewisburg to
visit relatives and recuperate.
The new flour-mill belonging to
Mers T. C. Rea & Co., of this city,
at Florence, Ala., has been com
pleted, anil is now ready for opera
Mr. H. L. White has accepted the
position as overseer at the Arsenal,
Mr. lom Dugger is assistant book
keeper, and Miss Annie Lou Houser
Geo. T. Hughes became the pur
chaser of the big tract of Hardin
county land sold by the Clerk and
Master last Saturday. Lawrence-
The estate of the late F. H. Wat-
kins was settled in the County Court
this week by the executors, Messrs.
B. V. and li. W. Watkins. The es
tate amounted to about $18,500.
The Roard of Education has asked
for an appropriation of $700 from the
Roard of Mayor and Aldermen, for
the purpose of building a stone tence
in front of the Public School build
ing. Messrs. Rarr & Oakes, than whom
there is not a better known or more
highly esteemed firm anywhere to
be found, have a business card on
the last column of the fifth page of
this issue. To borrow an expression
from another well-known firm, l,if
you see it in their card, it's so,"
Messrs. McKennon & Nichols, the
new grocers at Gambles' old stand,
are not trying to edit this paper ex
actly, but they have bought five
iiiches at the top of the column on
our editorial page, in which they
can say what they please. They
may not be willing to endorse all
the Herald says, but we are not
afraid to commend their groceries.
When Admiral Dewey and Com
pany R., of Maury, take full posses
sion of the Philipines, one of Maury
County s famous game cocks will be
there to nop his wings and crow ror
victory. Private A. A. Rarkercame
out to tell his family and friends
good bye last Sunday, and carried
back to camp with mm a tine game
cock, presented to the company by
Mr. 1. K. Lipscomb, Hie bira naa
the following tag attached to his
neck: "'Johnnie Reb, a descend
ant of a noted cock that crowed for
the Confederates back in the six
Buggies ami Surrics.
We have the largest assortment
of both high and medium grade
buggies, surries, and phaHons in
the city. Call and see
tf Sattkrkield & Dopson.
We are Sacrificing Profits
is now at hand and we want to
remind you of
The price this year is 30 cents
No matter how far you have to
send it will pay to get this oil
it is made especially for ma
chinery used in the hot sun,
and like the American soldier
will not run off.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
MUt Jennie Home.
Miss Jessie Horne, daughter of
Mr. Jasper Home, of the Rroadview
neighborhood, died at her home last
Saturday morning after a long ill
ness with typhoid fever. The fun
eral services were conducted 8unday
afternoon at Broadview by Kev. M
K. uabard, and the remains were
laid to rest in Rose Hill Cemetery
This death is an especially sad one
as it brings to close a sweet young
life that was jus' budding into
lovely womanhood a life that was
pure and spotless in its character
and enobUng In Its influence, and
one that was full of bright promises
for the future. Ry her kind and
gentle manners and superior accom
plishments, she endeared herself to
a large circle of friends, who deeply
deplore her most untimely depar
ture. To the bereaved relatives the
deepest sympathy is extended in
this sad hour.
Mm. Mary Plnkleton.
Mrs. Mary Pinkleton died last
Sunday morning at 3 o'clock, after
a long and painful illness, at .her
home near Southport. The inter
ment took place Monday at the
family burying-ground. She leaves a
husband and several children, who
have the sympathy of many friends.
Those who have not already taken
advantage of our remarkable reduc
tion in prices on Millinery, may yet
avail themselves of the opportunity.
For the next few days everything
in our line, including all our
Pattern Hats, Fine Trimmed
Leghorns, Sailors, Sashes,
Etc., M ill be hold at
Do not fail to attend and secure a
flue hat cheap. Very respectfully,
Miss ItEATRICE KEKWICK,
At the Maury Dry Goods Co.'s
Graves of Iteceaxeil Knight Strewn Ml 111
Last Sunday afternoon a number
of the Knights of Pythias of Colum
bia and Maury county gathered at
their hall and drove out to R se Hill
Cemetery, where the annual decora
tion of the graves of deceased
Knights took place.
The exercises were opened with
prayer by Rev. W. A. Provine, after
which Hon. P. H. Estes, of Nash
ville, delivered the memorial ad
dress, which was very much enjoyed
by the large crowd. The decoration
of graves then took place.
The following deceased knights
are burled in Rose Hill; Rev. Mr.
Maxey, Josh G. Railey, Col. N. R.
Wilkes, William Ricknell, William
Meek, Rev. W. A. Hayues, Clyde
Adkisson, William Hine, Fletcher
McKennon, G. W. Jackson, R. H.
Ogilvie, li. A. McLemore and T. M.
Sell Your Surplus Produce
and buy a buggy of
Sattkrheld & Dodson.
Between our store and some other stores, is that we never allow our stock to "tun down" No
matter if the season is advanced, our stock is just as fresh and pretty now as it was during our
'Opening Days." Just as soon as we see a certain line is going to run low, we send in an order for
another lot, and in this way new goods are continually arriving and replenishing our stock. Remem
ber this before making your purchase you have choice of the NEWEST AND BEST at our
store, and will not have to make your selection from a stock that has been picked over until all the
choice selections are gone.
on everything in our line now, and you can get the finest millinery at astonishingly low prices. OUR
LINE OF SAILORS cannot be equaled anywhere, and they are selling last at the prices we have
placed on them. Prices range from ioc, 25c, 50c to $1.75 for the finest grades.
We have a nice selection of Cheat) Babv Cats and Boxs1 Linen Hats. Call and see them.
Very respectfully, II
m o. Hi.
OVER THE COUNTY
The country air is ladened with
the sweet aroma of new mown hay.
Enquire Albert Holt, magistrate
from the 11th district, has resigned.
Cabinet photos, $1.50 perdoz.. war
ranted not to fade. Young & Evans.
The communication from Canev
Springs arrived too late for publica
tion. An average of forty cars of phos
phate are shipped from Mt. Pleasant
Men are wanted to work at M. G.
Riche's phosphate mine, at Ridlev
Station. See notice elsewhere.
The school conducted bv Prof. J.
M. Fitzgerald near Union closed
last Friday with appropriate exer
cises. Mr. Percy Rrown.of Spring Hill.
has gone to Tampa, Fla.. to ioin
Teddy Roosevett's regiment ot
Thoroughbred Poland China boars.
ready for service, at Daisy Stock
It J. W. and J. L. Jones. Jr.
Rev. W. F. Powers, of Rigbyville,
after a long illness of typhoid fever,
is aDie again to nil his ministerial
The name of the Lipscomb post-
office has been changed by the Gov
ernment to "Cross .Bridges, to go
Into effect July 1.
Mrs. Will Irvine, of Dark's Mill,
who happened to the misfortune of
getting her arm broken recently, Is
Miss Mable Wilkes, of Culleoka,
la quite ill at the residence of her
aunt, Mrs. Jones, in Franklin, where
she has been visiting.
Whoever sits down to wait for
trade to come his way (without ad
vertising), will need a thick cushion
on his seat. Home Treasury.
The farmer has been kept quite
busy for the past few days plowing
corn and cutting clover, and now
wheat-cutting time is upon them.
A negro boy on the farm of Mr. E.
P. Roberts, at God win, had two of
his toes mashed off one day last
week by getting them caught In the
cogs of a well machine.
Miss Lillian Love, a pretty young
lady from Culleoka, has been the
guest of Pulaski friends during the
commencement exercises at Martin
College. Pulaski Citizen.
Mr. H. A. Hildreth of Groveland,
is one of the smart farmers who sold
his wheat at the right time. Sam
Nichols of Carter's Creek, was the
purchaser, and the price was $1.25
Mr. Will Craig and wife of Glass
Tenn , are visiting Mr. Steve Craig
of the Groveland neighborhood.
who has been suffering greatly from
a cut foot, but who is now much Im
proved. Walter Rrooks, driver of one of
the Mt. Pleasant hacks, was pain
fully hurt one day last week by be
ing kicked by a horse. No bones
were broken, but the flesh on one of
his legs was badly lacerated.
Little Lady Anne McLemore,
daughter of Mrs Annie McLemore,
fell and broke one of the bones of
one arm, last Monday, but, we are
glad to say, is rapidly recovering
from her hurt.
Quite a good deal of wheat has
been cut this week, and next week
the good work will be hurried on.
The crop in this county is thought
to be about as fine as last year, and
the acerage much larger. The pros
pects are said to be better in Maury
than any other county in the State.
Mr. J. W. 8. Frierson, a former
Maury County citizen, but now of
Knoxville, will be a candidate be
fore the Democratic State Conven
tion to be held in Chattanooga on
June UUth, inst., for the nomination
for Railroad Commissioner for East
W. T. Wilkes and W. H. R. Hill
of Nashville, will open a house for
the sale of pianos and organs on
South Main street in the Rrown
Rlock. Give us a call before buy
ing, and save from $50 to $100 in the
purchase of a piano and from $10 to
$25 in an organ. Tuning and re
pairing a specialty, tf
Every woman should have one,
for they are neat, attractive,
substantial and cheap. A full
line of all the pretty things in
Millinery is here.
MISS NKLI.IK CAKKOtX,
Annex McKennon, Anderson fc Foster.
PROPOSALS FOR ORDNANCE
Supplies. Columbia Arsenal,
Columbia, Tenn., June 7, 1898. Seal
ed proposals, in triplicate, will be
received until 2 o'clock p. m., July
7, 18SJ8, for furnishing Cord, Lime,
Cement, Glass, Forage, Hardware,
Ruilding Materials, Fuel, Paints,
Oils, T"oIs, etc., during fiscal year
ending June 30, 185)9. Information
furnished on application to Major
John k. Greek, ord. Dept.
June 10 H
P UfllMAMOfUl 0t
Li IIILLIHM0UI1. pi
and rich bargains can be gath
ered at our store with very lit
tle danger to your income. A
little money will go a great
ways here. This fact has en
abled us to sell more goods this
season than ever before. Our
cash buying policy puts us in
position to more than meet
competition when it comes to
Although this is just the sea
son to buy this class of goods,
have made a big cut through
out our entire line. Life is
not worth living unless you
have comfortable apparel.
Reautiful line of
at quite a reduction. Com
mencing this week we will of
fer EXTRA INDUCEMENTS
to reduce our large stock of
Carpets, Mattinp, Rnp and
LACE CURTAINS. If you
expect t: live through the
summer you must have a light
weight suit. Our
Striped, or Plain Linen Snits
are cool and dressy, while our
ALPACAS, SERGES and SI
CILIANS you will find quite
An iniinens stock of STRAW
HATS must be reduced at
once. No reasonable offer will
I nut It ute German.
The young mpn gave a delightful
German at the Institute list Friday
evening, complimentary to the In
stitute graduating clas. The dance
was led hv Mr. W. W. Moore and
Miss Patterson, and De Perri's band
from Nashville furnished the music.
The following were in attendance:
Miss Patterson, W. W. Moore;
Miss Dunn, H. G. Evana. Jr.: Miss
Garrard, John Oant: Miss Purvis
H. A. Wedster: Miss Snell, J. Hoiiffh
Guest: Miss O'Neill, Joe Rornin
Miss Rarrow, Frank Rornm; Miss
McCrae, W. A. Lonir; Miss French,
William Evans: MUs Fift, Ernest
Farrell; Miss Williamson, W. R.
Wooten ; Miss Colmore. Isaac Rail;
Miss Barbour, H. R. Cochran, Jr.;
Miss Daniels, Will Howard; Miss
Ruhl, Will Jones; Miss Grier, Fred
Evans; Miss Forgps, Charlie Hat
cher; Miss Reasley, Martin Cox :
Miss Rettison, Dr:ike Clopton; Miss
Daniels, Frank Whitthorne; Miss
Schuler. C.J. Akin; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Shoup, Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Sparrow, Misses Elliott and Purvis.
Little Miss Marv Dale Figures,
the accomplished litMe daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. figures, gave a
delightful piano and violin recital
at the home of her parents on West
Seventh street 'ast b rhtay evening.
The little musician showed great
skill for one of her age, and her
renditions wf re highly enjoyed by
the friends she had invited to be
present. Another delightful feature
of the evening was the vocal selec
tions by Mrs. C. A. I' orgey. Re
freshments of a most tempting na
ture were served.
Tuesday's American: "Mrs. S. J.
Warren gave a lawn party last even
ing in honor or her attactlve guest,
Miss Virginia Carpenter. The lawn
was prettily lighted with Japanese
lanterns, and the house was fragrant
with many flowers.
The bar of Columbia will give an
entertainment and supper at the
Rethell House this evening, oompli
mentary to Judge Robert R. Will
lams, of Lawrenceburg.
Little Miss Ruth Shields, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shields,
gave a delightful party to a number
of her little friends last Tuesday
evening from 4 to . Enjoyable
T U riftnTDO' Cnna Gtnrn
1. H. naumu unus uiuio.
Hot weather Dress Goods
We Rise to RemarK
that it is "fly time,'' and to ro
niind you that, the best thing
yet invented for catching flies
STICKY FLY PAPERS
The manufacturers have im
proved their paper for this sea
son. It sticks better and ca ch
es more flies. We have tested
its sticking qualities.
WOLDRIDGE & IRVINE,
-BARR & OAKES,-
We carry everything our line of
business calls for, whether it be the
most expensive or more modest In
Our stock is bought to accommo
date those in distress, and our prices
are neither for the rich nor the poor,
but to suit the occasion for those
favored of fortune, or lor the humble
home where cruel Death has made
his always unwelcome visit.
Our business motto is to "Do as we
would be done by," and to consci
entiously discharge AM, sacred
trusts committed to our care.
Whether night or day, telphone
calls will be promptly attended to.
OttW'.e, Citizens' Telephone No. liO.
A. li A It It . Iteiililence.
ltl Telephone a.t:i.
JOHN A. OAKKS. Kenl.lenre,
Citizen' I eleplioiie No. 53.
games were indulged In, and dainty
refreshments were served. Those
in attendance were: Julia Riddle,
Marie McLemore, Tessie and Sarah
Samuels, Martha Weatherly, Carrie
Smith, Mary Rullard. Fredda Rose,
Nell Ashton, Gladys Wilson. Luzelle
Hodge, Gladys Dedman, liabecca
Grant, Leila May Nichols, Carry
and Marv Gant. Mary Pillow, Emma
Care Moore, Rixle O'Neal, Vir
ginia Webb, Ressie Hayes, Eloise
Oikes, Amelia Worthington, Marie
Rrownlow. Minnie Fry. Cora Lee
Jacobs, Elizabeth McGaw, Ruth
Shields, Kate Irvine, Aris Kalns,
Eugene Milam, Neal lsoe, John
Parham, Clinton Whitthorne, Jas.
Dedman, Frank Lauder, John
Moore, Ad Meek, Cooper Meek,
Robert Williams, T'mrnie Worth
ington, Carlton Fry, Girard Rrown
low, Phillips Dyer, Robert Shields,
and Shields Hanserd, of Elkmont,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Embry enter
tained a few friends in a delightful
manner last Tuesday evening, com
plimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Wiley
A most enjoyable lawn party was
given at the boine of Mr. and Mrs.
William Moore, in the i,etmnon
Heights neighborhood, last Tues
This is what the people do when on
their guard in Columbia and want to
buy groceries cheap. They go to White
it Drtimwood's, 'Si North Main street,
and there they get the following low
Cmliiliy's "Rex" liinnd of California
hums, per pound '
Murphy's "lleil Grnvy" bums, per lb. .10
12 IhH best rou ii try bird 1 1.0
Kaney table syrup. In assorted fla
vors, per quart ran la
New millet seed, per bushel HO
Ulue Henl Hnd Ashtou's Rest flou''
per iil-lli sack
17 lbs white claiitled simar l.tw
Golden machine oil. per gullou '-'j
Bell "Phone 21. No. ?1 North Main St.
Thleven Enter the Store of .Mm Harmon
and Steal About WIS.
8omeone entered the saloon of
Jim Harmon, on Houth Main street,
last Thursday night, while Will
Itagan, the clerk, was out practicing
with the fire company, and rifled
the cash drawer and Mr. Kagan'a
clothes, obtaining about $13 in cash.
The burglar gained his entrance
through a window in the rear end of
the store. No clew to the Identity
of the guilty party or parties hag
PI. G. Ricne's Fltosptiaie ffc
Ridley Station, Tenn.
Pay oil every Saturday. Wages
90c per day. 1'pgular work and
good shacks for all. It
Mr. 1ttUd Withtlran.
Mr. H. B. Ladd has withdrawn
from the race for PherltT of Maury
County. An affection of his eyes,
which, although not serious, has
prevented him from making an ac
tive compalgn, Induced him to take
j ii io 2t Sattkkhku & Donsox.