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THE COLUMBIA IIKIiALf): FK11A, JULY 8 18.
LOW PRICES 1
for a few
We're nearing the home
stretch of the great semi-annual
Clearance Sale. Prices
cut to the quick. We can't
enumerate, but be it known
to all men and women that
vou can buy goods at almost
give away prices
days longer at the
Maury Dry Boob an! Shoe Co.
Always some good things picked
Saturday and Monday's Specials.
This time all of our 8hirt Waists
in four lots, Lappett Mulls and Plaid
Madras, 85c, instead of $1.25; sizes
32 and 34 only.
Black India Linon, pure collar and
ciitfa. 05c. instead of $1.00.
A great assortment of styles, sizes
32 to 40, at 42c.
All of the others, except these
three lines, go at 25c.
Odds and Ends.
Embroidered Momie Cloth Lap
Robes (L. C Chase brand), 39c and
Plaid Crash Toweling. 3'gC
Ladies' H. 8. Hankerchiefs, 4c.
Castile and Turkish Bath Soap, 2c.
One Thousand Remnants,
Bundled and marked, lengths and
prices, eo that customers can shop
for themselves. Bilks, Linens, Mus
lins. Lawns, Ginghams, Cheviots,
Tabic Linens, Wool Dress Goods,
v.mhnilderiea. Laces, etc.. ect,, all
together on one long counter, and
prices about half of real value.
Ladies' and Children's
Oxfords and Slippers, blacks, tans,
russets, at special clear 'em out pri
ces. Gents' Furnishings.
Negligee Shirts, Drawers, Under
wear. Collars, Cuffs, Ties, at clear
'em out prices.
THE MAURY DRY GOODS
AND SHOE COMPANY.
8 and ay
Joe Borum is spending a
Miss Elsie Shields is visiting
Mrs. John Mitchell is visiting rel
atives in Franklin.
Col. H. G. Evans has returned
Elder J. P. Slayden left
morning for Nashville.
Miss Louise Yoest i9
friends in Olney, Illinois.
Capt. R. D. Smith has
Boston on a business trip.
Miss Annie Lou Houser spent the
first of the week in Nashville.
Miss Tessie Blum, of Nashville, is
the guest cf Mrs. A. Samuels.
Mr. Webster Harris, of Water
Valley, Miss., is in the city.
Mrs. J. C. Carroll has gone on a
visit to relatives in New York.
Mr. M.T.. Eddv and Miss Lena
Eddy are visiting in Nashville.
Congressman E. W. Carmack is
here this week from Washington.
Miss Willie Chaffln, who was visit
ing in Nashville, has returned home.
Mrs. H. L. Hendley has gone to
T.pxineton. Ky., to visit her mother.
W. C. Salmon, Esq., made a busi
ness trip to Hickman county last
Mrs. G. K. Houser ha returned
from a visit to relatives in the
Misses Mabel Wilson and Scottie
Hardison are visiting Miss Hattie
Mrs. C. H. Sharp and children left
the first of the week for a visit to
Miss Marv Carpenter left Wednes
day on a trip to Washington and
Miss Margaret Mays has returned
to Chattanooga after a visit to Mls9
Mrs. R. C. Gaut and Miss Mary
Gant leave next week for a sojourn
at Bailey Springs.
Mrs. O. P. Rutledge and Miss Em
ma Wilson have returned Irom a
visit to the country.
Miss Lucy Floyd left yesterday for
Washington, D. C. where she will
spend several day?.
Miss Angie Bennett has returned
from a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. it.
Zuccarello, in Pulaski.
Mr J. A. Titcomb and family have
gone to Beaver Dam to spend the re
mainder of the summer.
Miss Lettie Williams, who was
visiting friends in Columbia, has re
turned to Water Valley.
Messrs. William and Henry Evans
left Wednesday for a trip to New
York and Washington.
Mrs. Ethel Hardison is visiting
her father, Mr. John A. Collier, on
South Garden street.
Miss Mary Rains returned Wed
from a visit to Mr.
o"h ira J. J. Stephenson, near Ash
wood. She was accompanied
by Miss Mary and Henry Martin, of
Midway, Ky., who have been the
guests of Mrs. Stephenson.
Mrs. Henry Knox Bryson, of Fay
etteville, is visiting her father, Mr.
Loyd Cecil, at Lipscomb.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Foster and lit
tle daughter are gu-sts of Mrs. 8. A.
uratibery near Ashwood.
Rev. W. A. Provine was one of the
vast number of Christian Endeavor
ers in Nashville this week.
Mrs. Warren and daughter Miss
Marie are visiting the family of Mr.
earn warren at spring Hill.
Mrs. Columbus Frierson, of Lip
scomb, was the guest of her sister,
Mrs. W. F. Embry, last week.
Miss Cornelia Joues, who was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Daby,
in ruiasKi, nas returned home
Mrs. Sallie Gillespie has returned
from Mallard, where she spent some
time with her sister, Mrs. Bunch.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Watklns and
Miss Maggie Ingram have gone to
Primm's to stay for several weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Waggoner
and children, of Nashville, visited
relatives and friends here this week. I
Miss Anna Looney, Mrs. J. E.:
Walker and her daughter. Miss Sue
Todd Walker, are at Summertown.
Drs. J. T. Meadors and A. Sidney
Page left this week for Chattanooga,
to attend the State Dental Associa
tion. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Fulton and
Miss Dorothy Fulton are guests of
Mr. Frank Fulton in the Zion neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Craddock, of
Nashville, spent the "Glorious
Fourth" with Mr. and Mrs. D. C
Prof. H. E. Woodside and Miss
Louise have returned from Waynes
boro, where they have been teach
ing a school.
Miss Maude Thomason, of Mem.
phis, who has been the guest of Mr
and Mrs. T. N. Jones, left this weeK
Mrs. W. A. Ruttle and little
daughter returned Sunday from
Boston. Mass., where they have
been for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hendley and
little daughter Elizabeth Jones, of
Livingston, Ala., are guests of Mr
and Mrs. F. J. Hendley.
Misses Annie and Ella Helm and
Miss Woodard. of Nashville, are en
loving the hospitality of Dr. an
Mrs. E. G. Grant this week
Mr. and Mrs. James Longhurs
and little daughter, of Nashville,
spent several days the past week
with relatives and friends here.
Mrs. Annie McLemore and chil
dren, and Miss Elizabeth and Briggs
McLemore and Miss Lutie Moore
left last Saturday for Bailey Springs.
Mrs. W. B. Smithson, of Pulaski,
and Mrs. B. A. Rodgers,
ence, Ala., have returned
homes after a visit to Mrs.
Misses Annie and Angie Bennett,
Lucy Haley and Melissa Scribner
have been in attendance at the
Christian Endeavor Association in
Miss Eva James returned last
week from Spring Hill, where she
had been attending a house-party at
the pretty home of Mr. and Mrs
Joe R. Smith.
Mis Susie Lillard. of Murfrees
horo. and Miss Pearl Haynes, of
Cla'-ksville, have returned to tneir
homes after a visit to Judge and
Mrs. E. E. Erwin.
Misses Sue Ogilvie, Mary and Cal
lie Craig have been given a trip
thn Bna. shore, bv friends of Char
lotte and Sardis, N. C. They will
not return to Columbia as soon as
Dr. R. Holding has returned from
Atlanta, where he went with Mrs.
Holding, and we are giad to
learn that the operation performed
upon her eye was highly successful.
The following party from Colum
bia spent Sunday at Bailey Springs:
Mr. and Mrs. Johns Long. Miss
Minnie Towler and Wallace Wilkes,
Messrs. Bruce Cochran, W. B.
Wooton and Eugene Long.
Mr. And Mrs. George JJooiey are
here from Washington, D. C, visit
ing relatives and friends. Mr. Doo
lev. who is employed in the Govern
ment printing office, is taking a va
cation ornrteen aays
In speaking of the opening ball at
Mnntn finnn. Ala., a Huntsville ex
change says: "Miss Virginia Web
ster, of Columbia, Tennessee, a
lady or reiresning aignuy,
We Do Not
why some people will be induced
to buy mixed paints that are only
claimed to be composed wholly
of lead and zinc and pure linseed
oil, when this claim is only sup
ported by the simple statement
of the seller and not sustained by
any guarantee of purity nor
chemical analysis. Ask them if
they will do as Rains' does lie
stands ready to deposit in bank a
sufficient sum of money to pay
the cost of analysis by any flrst
clasa chemist whose analysis
falls to verify the absolute puri
ty of his paint. Try them by
this test and see if they really
believe the paint they offer to
sell you is pure. The public has
been deceived too much and too
often on mixed paints. Our paint
costs you no more than other
dealers ask you for adulterated
and short measure gallons.
OVER THE COUNTY
We have an Immense stock, all
new spring designs and at prices
we are sellin? it costs you very
little to paper a room. It costs
nothing to look at our new de
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST
FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT.
CttHon U Fined r0 ami Also Glvm
n JhII Sentence.
Judge Anderson yesterday ren
dered a decision in the case of J. U.
Cason, charged with contempt of
court in attempting to pack the Jury
which was to try his son, w. a. u
son. The Judge said that owing to
the peculiar circumstances attend
ing the case, he regreueu mat no
was compelled to impose sentence,
but that the case was a serious one
and the offence could not be over
looked. He therefore imposed a $50
fine and ten days in jail. Cason said
yesterday afternoon that he would
go to jail this urnming and serve out
his sentence. Nashville American
LIVER and KIDJIEY CURE
anrl nil A W hose sweet disDOsitlon will
always characterize her as a girl of
rare perfection, was beautiful in an
avnniaitA cown of blue, carrying in
her Huintv hands a large bunch of
Is the most pleasant and effect
ive remedy known to act gently,
yet promptly on the Liver, Kid
ney and Bowels. It entirely re
lieves'and cures habitual consti
pation, kidney troubles, dispels
colds and headaches und the
many ills which result from a
weak or inactive condition of
the organs on which it acts.
The natural demand for a
pleasant, yet prompt and effect
ive family remedy to regulate the
Liver and cleanse and invigorate
the Kidneys led to the produc
tion by the Garwood Medicine
Company of this perfect Liver
and Kidney Cure.
The invalid, the old and the
young, and the children all en
joy jts pleasant flavor and mild
action. ;The ladies, whose deli
cate systems require a remedy
that will act gently and entirely
safe under all conditions are en
thusiastic in their praise of Gar
wood's Liver and Kidney (Jure.
Remember the name. Dr. (Jar
wood's Liver and Kidney Cure
and have no other offered you as
just as good. None genuine
without signature of Garwood
Medicine Co. on every bottle.
IMtICK, 50c BOTTLE, fl HOTTLES 3.75.
H0I,I ONLY I O PITHS ThA TiNlM St.
A Young Thief.
nannr Lpwis. a 13-vear-old ne
gro boj . was brought before J uage
Erwin last Tuesday morning on win
charge of stealing a pistol from Newt
Nicholson. It also aeveiopeu mu
the boy had stolen several other pis
tols from diiterent parties, anu me
officers think they can trace other
theft to his door. He waived exam
ination to the charges against him
and was bound over to the Circuit
Bailey Springs in fast filling up.
Cabinet photos, $1.00 perdoz., war
ranted not to fade. Young & Evans,
Columbia people are most liberally
patronising Mr. J. M. Dedmau at
Bailey this season.
Mr. Geo. P. Webster has finished
building an improved roller mill
near Grots Bridges.
The Citizens' Telephone line to
Santa Fe has been completed and is
working in good order
Mr. and Mrs. Luther And-ews, of
Union Citv. are visiting Mr. An
drews' father near Andrews post
office. Call the City Grain & Feed Co.,
over Bell (16 or Citizens 117 before
sellinor vour wheat: they are head
Misses Mary Dale and Bessie
Craig, of Williamsport, who have
been attending school In North
Carolina, returned home last week.
Prof. J. O. Godfrey and Miss Jen-
nl T)piu. of Hickman county, will
take charge of the Athendale school
on Knob Creek on the 18th of this
While returning from Moresville
one day last week, Mr. Andy Gil
liam, of Park's Station, met with a
fnl accident bv his mule falling
down and throwing him on a rock,
fracturing one of his knee caps.
The Missionary Baptists had a
Fourth of July celebration at the
Mill Bpring near Southport last
Monday. Services wero conducted
by Revs. Vesey, Fitzgerald, Wiggs
and Denham, and at noon a basket
dinner was spread.
The house of Mr. 8. E. Wright, at
Bigbvville, was destroyed with
nearly all its contents last Saturday
night. Insurance to the amount of
$350 was carried on the property,
while the loss will exceed that
amount by several hundred dollars.
' VV. T. Wilkes and W. H. B. Hill
of Nashville, will open a house for
the sale of pianos and organs on
South Main street in the Brown
Block. Give us a call before buy
intr. 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
The Pulaski Citizen says: "Rev.
T. E. Hudson and family have re
turned from quite an extensive visit
to relatives and friends in William
son and Maury Counties. Mr. Hud
son is now nt Elkmont Springs tak
ing a much needed rest, immedi
ately on his return his Pleasant
Mount congregation will proceed to
erect a handsome new church. This
is one of the strongest congregations
in Richland Presbytery. They now
pay their pastor $500 for two Sab
baths in the month, and expect soon
to secure his services for full time.'
Mr. R. W. Hight, candidate for
Sheriff, has a card in the announce
ment column of this paper, in which
he invites all those who do not Know
him to inquire Into his standing at
home and learn from those who
know concerning his morals, his
sobriety, his integrity and his ca
pacity, and then vote for him or not
according to his record. This is a
fair proposition, and one in the
right direction; for in these de-o-pnorfttn
times Deople who want
we Rise to Remark
la now in full blast. You
know what it means. Wise buy
ers each Beason are quick to
take advantage of this opportu
nity to save money at our expense.
f I nr 1
that it is "Hy time,'' and to re
mind you that the best thing
yet invented for catching flies
STICKY FLY l1
11 M- UdM9.
PRICES ON EVERY
ARTICLE ARE SHORN
OF l'ltOFTS AND IN SOME
INSTANCES CUT IN TWO.
The manufacturers have im
proved their paper for this sea
son. It sticks better and catch
es more flies. We have tested
its sticking qualities.
WOLDRIDGE & IRVINE,
We must clean out our stock
to make room for new fall goods,
and in order to do this quickly
wn have made prices that are
Dress Goods, and
Trimmings, Silks, Laces,
Fans, Parasol, Furnishing
Goods, Carpets, Mattings,
Shoes, and Clothing.
Straw Hats at Almost Nothing.
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 for the humble
home where cruel Death has made
his always unwelcome visit.
Our busiuess motto is to "Do as we
would be done by," and to consci
entiously discharge ah. sacred
trusts committed to our care.
Whether night or day, telphone
calls will be promptly attended to.
Offlce, Citizen' Tele jilunie No. K'O.
good government must realize mat
the first sep in thi direction is to
get good men in office; and to that
end they should hiquire concerning
all the men in the field, and choose
Sam B. Nichols,
of Carter's Creek, hastelephone con
nection with all parts of the county,
nainir both the Bell and Citizens,
and wants to buy wheat, delivered
at any railroad station in Maury
In all shapes, at and below cost.
rsasnes aim i ie ii i-.ust.
From Columbia I Itelng
The examining officers, accom
panied by Col. A. M. Hughes, arrived
in Uolumtna yesierua.v iu cachuinc
the company of colored soldiers be
ing raised here. Up to yesterday
evening tu voiunieeis nu jumncu
the examination and the remainder
will be examined this morning.
Only 82 volunteers will be taken from
this place, and the troops will prod
ably leave to-morrow. Capt. John
Jackson will receive his commission
in a few days and he will then take
nhnriro of the company. W. L.
Irvine, colored, of Nashville, will be
Columbia Mill k Elevator Co.,
In the market 305 days in the year
will buy your wheat, one bushel
or one million bushels ; for delivery
at any railroad station or at eleva
tor, and always pay top oi me mar
ket. Both Citizens and Bell phones,
No. 60. Bee us before selling. tf
A most enjoyable musicale under
th direction of Miss Lily Watkins
orna irivpn At the residpnee of Mr
And Mrs. J. J. Ktpphenon at Ash
wnnrl last Friday evening, for the
hfineflt of Zion Church. A good
aiypfi prowd was in attendance, Co
lumbia. Mt. Pleasant and Zion be
ing well represented, and about $2i
wa rfitilized. Following Is the
program in full, each number of
which was renuereu in uisi
1. a. Kthelinda, Sherwood, b. A Russian
Dance, Deiree. Lilv Watkins.
2. Vocal Selection. Miss Mabelle Steph
enson. S. Violin Selection. Mr. Johanet.
4. Vocal Selection. Miss Annie Flem
ing. 5. Kecitation.-Miss Mary Pillow.
tf. Love's Sorrow, sneiiey. in. ineusoe
7. a. Berceuse, Farrar. h. octurne,
Dewev. e. Serenata, Moszkowski.
-Lily Watkins. -
8. Violin Selection Mr. Johanet.
11. Vocal Selection Miss Watkins.
Violin Obligato. Miss House.
The elegant home of Mr. nd Mrs.
J. J. Stephenson nuar Ashwood was
the scene of a most delightful curd
nartv last Tuesday evening, given
complimentary to their gumts, Miss
Mary Martin and Henry Martin, of
Midway, Ky. Dancing was also in
dulged'in, and during the evening a
menu, sucn as mis ijusijiwiuio
hostess is noted for, was plaaed be
fore the guests. The following were
in attendance: Missps Mary Rains,
Olivia Barrow, Lily Watkins, Chris
tine Watkins, May Martin, Jnan
Dobbins, Annie Evans, Mary Rid
Ipv: Messrs. Nat Wilkes, Harry
Jones, Will Jones. John Evans,
F.mpst Dixon. Henry Martin,
Frank Mitchner, and Mrs. Thomas
JOHN A. OAKK4, Kenlilenee,
Citizen' telephone No. B3.
0. P. Rutledge & Co.,
Oillce: Boom 17, Masonic Building.
Specialtiks: ;Fire, Tornado, Plate
Olass, Kmployers Liability and Steam
Boiler Insurance. janl5
On Wednesday evening of last
week, at the residence of Mr. J. T.
Bauguss, in the Neapolis neighbor
hood, Miss Jennie Heay Roane, of
Jackson, Tenn., and Dr. T. H. Man
grem were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony, Rev. Mr. Eubank oill
dating. The wedding was a quiet
one, and was very much of a surprise
to the acquaintances of the contract
ing partie. The groom is a rising
young physician, well thought of
and highly respected by everyone.
Miss Roane is a young lndy of many
charms, and during her viit in this
county has gained numerous menus.
The happy pair enter into their new
relations which many weu-wisnes
and congratulations and hopes for a
bright and prosperous luture.
We have just received a
lieantiful Liue of New Goods,
which we have placed on sale
at prices that mean loss for us,
hut gain for you. Every hat
in our stock will be sold
At and below actual Cost.
You should not 'ail te secure
Miss BEATRICE KERWICK.
At the Maury Dry Goods Co. s
Farming Implements For Sale.
Second-hand harrow, cost $12.60
last year, for sale at half price.
Kcrmd-hand wheat drill, cost about
tin for sale at 10. Call at the
U l p i i n office. Ii
We are the Folks
t,of anil nrprving kettles, oil
stoves, fruit ars. tin cans, etc.
n.i vou need them? Come and see,
home' juue24-4t Dobbins & Ewing.
IRS. M. E. WILLIAMSON.
At T. N FIGI KKS SHOE STOKE.
A LltKY FIND.
In It Found
A Crip With Three Watclie
by a N'enro.
T.iist Friday afternoon Tom Mc-
Fall, colored, found a grip on Judge
w. v.. Whitthorne's place, unaer a
big tree near the railroad, wnicn
contained three gold watches and
several other articles of small value.
The negro brought the grip and its
contents to town and placed tnem in
the Ivmds of the city omciais. iwo
of the watches bore inscriptions, one
of which was "Tennent liomax,
It happened that officer Craft Knew
Mr. Lomax, wnose nouieis as mum-
gomery. He wrote 10 uie cmei ui
police at that piace, anu ounuay me
chief arrived to claim the property,
nil it f which belouged to dillerent
parties inMontgomery and had been
stolen recently by some house
breakers. How the property came
to be where it was is not known, but
it is thought that the thief made
away with them for fear of detection.
The old negro who found the grip
was given $15 reward by the chief.
Vehicles at prices to suit every
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. a. d. hai.mi
i)elegales to Confederate Reunion.
The following delegates were
elected bv Leonidas Polk Bivouac
last Monday to attend the Con
federate reunion at Atlanta, which
begirs July 19: H. A. Brown, W.
A. Smith, J. L. Jones, W. B. Gor
don, Loyd Cecil, B. 8. Thomas, W.
S. Jennings, J. T. Williamson;
alternates: M. B. Tomlinson, T. h.
Jamison, R. O. Harris, T. O. Cheairs
and C. S. Williamson.
Last Friday evening the Country
rinh was rovallv entertained at
"Oftkwood Hall ."the stately Gran
hfirv home near Ashwood. The
hostesses of the evening Mesdames
Tioht. I j. Granberv. Baiter P. .Lee.
Robt. L. McKinney and Annie
It. Me.Lfinioie nroved themselves
charming entertainers, and the
large number of guests were maae
to feel in a most delightful manner
thir kind and gracious hospitality.
The house was beautifully decorated
in cut flowers and trailing mosses,
nnrt the nrettv lawn furnished an
cvrpllpnt nlace for a grand
nnndrille. which was heartily joined
in hv the voung people. During the
evening delightful refreshments
By working at M. G. Riche'
Phosphate Mine, Ridley Sta
tion, near Mount Pleasant,
Tennessee, you can make
ONE DOLLAR A DAY,
aud get your money every
Saturday at 1 p. m. Regular
work and shacks for all.
One of the most delightful ger-
mans of the season was that given
at the Bethel House on Thursday
evening of lst week by Miss kllza
hpth McLemore. complimentary to
hpr cuest. Miss Lutle Moore, or
Ktaunton. Va. For several hours
thn hannv party, led by w . w
Moore and Miss Thomason, glided
thrnnirh the merry mazes of the
dance, and at a late hour delightful
refreshments were served.
Miss Louise Maddin, Miss Louise
McClure, Dr. J. Veley Maddin and
Mr. Will Ridley, of Columbia, form
a charming little party which
will assemble this afternoon at
"Kunnvside." the country place of
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gray, in
Maurv County, where they will
pass several days. Saturday's Ban
Mis Cornelia Jones, of this city
and Miss Richie Hollon, of Athens
were the honoreps of a delightful
entertainment given by Mr. and
Mra. Thos. E. Daly, at Pulaski, one
evening last week.
The marriage of Miss Josephine
Meroney to Mr. Walter h. Jacob
was consummated last 'Wednesday
afternoon at 5 o clock at the resi
dence of the brid's father, Mr. J.
N.Meronev. at Dark s Mill. Rev.
W. T. Dale oillciating. Only a
limitpd number of relatives arid
friends were In attendance, and the
ceremony, though quiet and simple,
was exceedingly pretty and im
pressive withal. The bride is a
popular ana attractive young i.iuy,
and poMeses those acquirements
npaeHftarv to the true help-meet.
The groom is a member of the Nash
ville police lorce, ana m wen
thought of. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs
will make their home in Nashville.
Their tnmKrous friends wish them
a married life of unalloyed happi
Thousands of Soldiers
Are going to the war, but it does not
seem to effect our trade, as we are Bell
ing more (iroceries than ever.
New fresh turnip seed, all kind,
ner pound -w
Fruit tars, we beat them all
Fruit Jar rubbers, per doa 04
17 lbs nice white sugar $1.X
12 lts best country laru .. i."
Orated pineapple, per ran .. 10c, l.V, .i
(Juart cau. assorted table syrup... .10
lieat new reed oats, per ousuiei '
Fat bacon, per pound
Pineapple vrup, per gallon '-"
New Virgiuia sorghum, per gallon,
WHITE St lAIMWOOI.
Bell Tbone 24. No. 2:1 North Main St.
To our Cnx'onirrs and Friends:
The new War Revenue law takes
elf ect from and after July 1, as, aud
in accordance with the law every
check and draft drawn at sight or
demand, must have affixed a 2-cent
ftimp. ... . ....
The drawer oi tne cnecK or uraiv
must put the stamp on and cancel it,
by writing thereon the initials of
the drawer and date of cancellation.
Revenue stamps may be had at
any one of the undesigned banks:
Maury national isann,
Farmers & Merchants' Bank.
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A.B. Rajss.