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THE COLUMBIA flEKALD: FKIDA . NOVEMBER 18 J 8
THE MAURY DRY GOODS
A!iD SHOE COMPANY
ghave decided to close out every
m r .... ...vi . I., rt..i i
,W Kmiiirui, in uieu vioaK UI1U
JiyWrap Department within the
fy next 15 days. Not going to wait
gjff'iot the tail of the season, as
fifT" usual, but commence now,
iyriKht now. and the prices will
JfjCybe cut to the quick.
Jackets, bought to sell at 110.00,
$12.00, $15 00, $18.00: prices will be
just half exactly, no more, no less.
Home beauties in high colors, reds,
browns, blues Capes and Jackets.
Some extra pood things in Long
Capes, plain, ruffled, pleated, braid
and fur trimmings; made for com
fort as well as for dress, and the pri
ces of all 'way oil. We're going to
sell 'em, let 'em bring what they
will. Capes from $1.25 up. Chil
dren's Wraps at your own prices.
A no IK low wnuiants 01 rrnus,
Outings, Ginghams, Flannels, Cas
8ameres, Dress Goods, all bundled
up and marked in plain flguers at
about half price.
(3) Three lots of Black and Navy
Wool, and Silk Skirts.
First. Black Mohair, Black Serge,
Second, Black Crepon, Siorm
Serge, Diagonal Serge.
Third, Black Brocades, Silks and
Price s 2.00, $3.1)8,
These prices don't even represent
the materials used, let alone linings
Seventeen Paris Suitings, excep
tional values, no two alike, at the
rediculous low price of $:i.4K.
tinn't re nresent half thp value.)
Two (2) pieces Navy Blue Storm
Serge, 52 iichs wide, every thread
wool, Monday's price 60c.
Three (3) pieces Bourette Suiting
or Cloaking, just right for heavy
skirts or wraps; $1.00 would be too
low for them; Next Monday, .".
Some extra good bargains in Wool
and Fleeced Hosiery, Wool and
Fleeced Underwear, ulankets, Com
forts, Buggy Rugs, etc.
Biingyour feet along and try us
on Shoes. Our prices always the
gtf-P. S. Store will be closed on
Thanksgiving day, Nov. 24.
Mairj Dry Goois ani Sloe Co,
Frank Dale has gone to Vicksburg,
Miss., on business.
Mr. W. E. McKennon was in
Nashville this week.
Miss Lucy Williamson has been on
a visit to Lvnnville friends.
At iritt Sua Doth Phllllna nf Pnlua.
ki, is visiting Mies Annie Evans.
Mrs. W.L. Nlchol, of Nashville,
has been on a visit to relatives here.
Attorney-General Boyd arrived
the first of the week to attend court.
Mr. Chas. Walker, of Lewisburg,
visited relatives here the past week.
Mis Stella Osment, of Chatta
nooga, is the guest of Miss Itebecca
Mr. Webster Harris, of Mississip
pi, has been visiting in this county
Miss Lena Latta, of Santa Fe,
visited the family of Register Latta
Mrs. P. H. Sonthall. i' f Columbia.
is visiting Mrs. Hume Steele. Giles
Messrs. Geo. W. and Will Hayes
have gone to North Carolina ou a
Claud Erwin, who has been visi
ting relatives here, returned this
week to Texas.
Mr. F. D. Lander left Saturday
for Paducah, Ky., to spend a week
Mrs. Sue Preston left this week
for New Orleans, where she will
spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Holinan will
move soon to Florida, whre they
will make their future home.
Miss Willie Chaiiln, of Columbia,
will arrive to-dav to visit Miss Will
Sweeney. Saturday's American.
Miaapa T.emi Frierson and Marira
ret McEwen.of Nashville, are guests
of their aunt, Mrs. E. H. Hatcher.
Miss Annie Lou Houser left this
week for Texas, where she will join
her rmrents and make her tucure
Miss Louise Frierson. of Colum
hin. U hpre as the truest of Miss
Sallie llortou. Williamson County
Mrs. Charlev Schade and little
rtmiKhtfrr Kate, of Lawreuceburg,
have been on a visit to Mrs. J. L.
Miss Carrie Alexander, of Colum
bia, is visiting Miss Bessie Jean Kir
by, at her borne on Russell street.
Mrs. A.C. Floyd, of Chattanooga,
nrifo nf thd Piiimr of the Chatta
nooga News, is visiting Mrs. E. i.
Abernathy. Mrs. Warfleld of Co
lumbia, who has been visiting Mrs.
C. W. Smith, has returned home.
Dr. Sidney Page went to Nash
ville last Sunday to attend the sad
fniiornJ nf hi cousin. Fireman Rob-
lnat his life at the
burning of the medical department
of the University of Tennessee Fri
Wtiuare Wb Victoiious?
Beweijltoiit Your confidence?
We think so.
We travel Miles in order to give
you a select 6tock ; a line as
strong as Sampson; a line that
leaves you nothing to wi-Shafter
you see it. We are Schley and
shrewd buyers. Whether your
nurse he Hale and hearty or
Long and slim we can accomo
We want to C-U-B-A customer
of ours; we can suit you. The
Maine question is, do you need
Wedding or Holiday presents?
if Rn wo have the stock from
which to make your selections
You need not take Hobson's
choice either as we have the va
riety to please any taste.
Whoel-erinto line and make
your selections before the rush.
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST,
UNCALLED FOlt LETTKKS.
The following is the list of letters
th venule Biiriinyr November IN,
lleardsley, Mrs II
Brown, T .1
Baker, Miss C
Burnett, Mrs S A
Unrlipl t. W II
Harris, Mat tie
Hunter, Mrs H L
Jones, Mrs J
Joyce, Vi"a 2
Keeno, (J W
Lock ridge, Mattie
that von have such a store as onrs to
r(im ti). where vou can get the best and
i,IL.i,ooi ami auvn liiMiiev at the same
time. Head our price list this week
3 lbs Nice Raisins
a lbs Fresh Large Prunes 5
Hlbs Pure Country Lard . ..fi.oa
libs California ivapormeu i muks
.libs London Layer Kalsius
1H lbs White Loaf Flour.... .;l'
1 lbs of that Hood (ireen Coffee ....?l.UH,
1 gallon of the Best sugar House
a lb Fresh 'irits
1 jrullon (iood Tickle
'2 lbs Jar Nice Mustard
W II IT IS KKOTHKKS,
North Main Street,
Wkite A Daimwood's old stand.
Iteil Telephone Clil.eim, !.
The following live stock ship
hBwti made from Ood
win the past week: M. U. Allen,
two cars of hogs: W. V. tsurneu,
two cars of hogs, ana Will cook,
one car of bogs.
J. O. Thomas & Co., shipped one
car of cattle and two cars of hogs
from the stock yards this ween.
Mr. S. W. Warfleld shipped six
Poland China hogs to Wilson. La.,
and one to Williamson county the
MesTS. J. A. and H. T. Sellars, of
the Lasea neighborhood, shipped a
Inurt of cattle to Louisville this
Martin A ThomDBon shipped two
our nd of mules to New Orleans
the first of the week.
Her. Vauirhn shipped a
car load of hogs and sheep to. Louis
ville. Jas. urtmes aiso tuuppeu
car load of hogs and sheep to the
Choice Seed Wheat.
Wo hmrn ft nnantitv of exceeding
ly choice cleaned seed wheat, test-
ingus pounds per Dusuei, which c
offer at 75 cents per bushel.
Columbia mill c-iisvaiiob j.
Soldiers Fight at the llepot.
The Third Kentucky Regiment
passed through this city last Satur
riv eveninir. en route to Savannah,
a., where they will remain until
ordered to Cuba to do garrison duty.
One of the Kentucky boys became
involved in a quarrel with one of
the members ot the Mississippi regi
ments located at this place, with the
result that ootn oi tnem were sugin.
ly cut. For awhile it appeared as
though the quarrel would be taken
nn hv other members of the two
regiments, out iurtner aisiurouus
were prevented by the police.
Mr. Jos. H. James has been on the
sick list this wei'k.
Make somebody else thankful on
(Jive White Bros, vour orders for
Thankgiving turkeys. It
An advertisement in the Herald
means success to the business man.
The chrysanthemum is utterly
beautiful, but it isn't worth a scent.
Lost: Pair of spectacles, with
name on case. Return to Herald
office. W. F. Holman. It
Mr. A. J. (Gov.) Nichols was on
the sick list this week, but is now
able to be out again.
Messrs. Dobbins & Ewing, the
hardware merchants, have an
attractive "ad." on the eighth page
Congratulations are due Mr. and
Mrs. Cal Fieldeu upon the arrival
of a handsome young gentleman at
On account of the rain last Sun
day, visitors at Camp Hamilton
were scarce, ana in consequence me
boys were quite loneiy.
NpYt Thursday niirht. Nov. 24. at
7 o'clock. Columbia Lodge, No. 31,
of Free and Acceptea Masons,
ho Id a "tatea meeting in uie
Mr. A. B. nains has had
handsome signs erected over
drug-store on West Seventh Btreet.
These signs were maue in isew
York, and are very attractive and
If you want something nice for
that Thanksgiving dinner, call at
Buck's Ocean and get some of that
fine, crisp Kalamazoo Celery.
Other nice things for the 'thanks
giving table at the "Ocean." It
An unfortunate accident occurred
at James Bros.' jewelry store last
Monday evening. One of the shelves
in the show-window, which was la-
dened with costly articles of glass
ware, china and jewelry, gave way,
smashing up a number of the pieces.
County Court Clerk A. L. Thomas
has been confined to his home at
Hurricane the past week, on account
of an Injury inflicted to his foot
fthnnt. two weeks ago. The iniury is
not serious, however, and his friends
hope to see him back in his accus
totned place in a few days.
Tf the How of fortune has fatted
you' storehouse ana stall, wnue its
ebb has bared the sill of your neigh-
m LOW PRICES
caused our immense Fall Stock
to rapidly shrink away. We
hardly expected such an aval
anche of trade us we have had
this season. We have had to
to meet the growing dem uids of
our trade. Each train for a week
has brought Nijw Goods fr each
department. Wo are showing
We have added a new assort
ment of Underwear, Neckwear,
Shirts, Hosiery and Gloves. Our
& Wp are receiving every day.
See our Line of
Cut Glass and
10" Always glad to see you in our
WOLDRIDGE & IRVINE,
wear longer and run lighter than
any wagon on the market. See
tf SATTERKIKHnfc DODSoN.
Kradshaw.C Bpack Mrr n, MUs M
Campbell, Mrs A
lickey, J A
Dodson, M A pack
Di aper, K
McMlnn, Hev pack
Sherrell, J H
Weist Barrett Co
Bushels new corn in the ear wanted
by the City Grain & Feed Co. See
or telephone them. tf
The Branham-Hughes and Van
derbilt foot ball teams played an
interesting game at Spring Hill last
j..,, r4utr uftornnon T!in Vander-
I bilt bys were victorious.
hor's irranarv. and swept the last
morsel from his table, while tilings
remain so, you cannot appropriately,
or acceptably, participate in a ser
vice of thanksgiving. Cumberland
Rain's drug store was the mecca
for manv admirers of the beautiful
on last Thursday and Friday, the
occasion beinir the opening of holi-
rl.nr irnrwla ut tliia rwinnlur store. The
f rr---- -
hniuisoine our-iriass ariicies hi u m
manv other Drettv specimens of
wnrlHinir and holiday ware were a
feast to the eye and exquisite to be
Dr. A. O. Kennedy, who has been
ohapnt a. irrpRt, dnul for the last sev
eral months, on account of sickness
in his family, will be regularly at
hia business from now on. and tele-
nbnna or verhal messaces left with
Barr & Oakes or Geo. S. Alcorn,
will he received and promptly at
tended to. tf
W.worir noraon should read Dr.
Howlett's paper on the "Prevention
nf Tvnbnid Fver in Maurv County."
. .j - - - - , ' ,
to be louna isewnere in tnese coi
ning. Dr. Howlett gives some cmn-
imiii.apniin mlviep regard inL' the ore
vpiitinn of this dread disease, which
should be heeded bv everyone. In
irlvinir thuao nunprs to the nuhlic.
with the hope that they may improve
t he nuhlic health, the Maurv County
Medical Association should be
has been immense. We have
had to replenish our stock. We
have just put on sale some of
the newest things iu
Single and Doublc
in the most fashionable weaves.
We have a line of
That will pas for "Tailor Made"
anywhere. Our Long Overcoats,
especially our "Kennel'' Coats,
are money-savers and cannot be
seen elsewhere. We have some
new things in
Carpets and Hugs
and you have our assurance that
we can save you from
5c to 15c on Every Yard.
and be con-
BARR & OAKES,-
Tr o IV ss i o 1 1 a 1 l' n (! e r 1 a k e r 8
"Get our prices
(J LICK YVOKK.
We carry everything our line of
business calls for, whether it he 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 business motto is to "Do as we
would be done by,'' and to :oxsci-
entioits'jY discharge ai.i. sacred
trusts committed to our care.
Whether night or day, telphone
calls will be promptly attended to.
Otttip, Citizen' Tcli-liiiie No. l'JO.
A. It A Kit, HenlitHiKK.
itvii T-ifiioun :i:t:i.
JOHN A. OAIU',, Ki-klilHiire,.
Cltii'tiM1 I i-l''lcn No. 53.
r k Tannintffl. HfiV
VAcn WitheTspoon, S W
,....u..aiu.,irfnr the above letters
will please say Yl' FFabiss, P. M.
H loaf arrived.
Have a iresu t , ,
Hrl and finish can't be equaled.
Come quick and see. TkrtnQrtV
tf Sattekfield & Dodson.
lie Will Kemalii Here.
Dr P D. Bray received a commu
niiaumi last Sunday, stating that
. ocitorinnrian. Ill toe
the posuion i . .
; .i,'iTitH wtntes regular cavalry,
1UIU v-.'rrr.v umit-vuie. au
UOW StailOIieu a. ".'"' ,-tu anH
would be vacant on .ov. lotn, anu
Tavhrg that if he wished t3 apply
Baying i"" . would be
for the appo . -.
5 TJIZ Z mriy for tb. Position,
uootiitinns of Ilesuect.
taken tromi.ur r. Jsmates.
0f SUt That w t h profound sorrow
personal loBs to ew y 3
well as to every --", emuUte
Great Cut In Millinery.
Thanksgiving is with us, so each and every person
must have a lovely hat. Beautiful pattern Hats
selling at io, going next week at $7.00. Any one at $5.00
going for $3.00. Special cut in fancy feathers. A lovely
line of baby caps below cost, and to each lady buying $10.00
worth of goods we give absolutely FREE one dozen of cabi
net size, fine finish pictures of yourself or friends ; also a life
size portrait, sepia, pastel or crayon finish portrait, some
thing any one should be proud and glad to own ; all for only
$10 00 down, and you get the goods and the premium too.
Call and see for yourselves just what bargains you can get.
These and much more of interest will be shown you when
you come. If I
Miss Beatrice Kerwick,
At The Maury Dry Goods Store.
TUn wLat urn u fa ArriT f fl nil r 1 n I'lTA
fresh stocK or grocerios ana nere are or
tiers lor ints "ween :
2 packages best buckwheat Hour, .Z
i (ha ni'w crHckpil wheat 2
lKtbs white clarified sugar $!.
9 lbs best hulk roast coffee 1.00
t! ll.ii.i.. Pa.fantinn ItlotiH nnfTaA 1 .III I
1 I ll.ta fyrtrwl rnaat. nniYoA ... 1 .00
ISIbflttest seedtick coffee MM)
ITT. Mia wat whsHt hrnn
..... " -- -
I F.ar corn, per bushel
Uest clover nay, per oaie t
We have verytninir ior iron, rKe;
currents, dates, figs, raisins, citron,
cryetalieed fruits, etc., at bottom prices.
J ft. DAIMWOOU,
!S"o. 6. North Main Street,
Belt Telephone . 113 i iiing
kiiiU Thrfl nverroatu, ltut l
Haul Martin i a "cnlluhd gentle
m,m" wbn travels a ereat deal. He
.rioH ii our ritv last Monday, and
nui'w ... . - -
ta Mil W rpiritered at the Hotel do
niirht. where he will remain for an
indefinite time. To be more ex
plicit, Paul is a negro tramp, and is
now lodged in jail, awaiting trial by
the Circuit Court on the charge of
stealing three overcoats This state
of affairs was brought about in the
On last Monday evening some owe
entered the residence of Mrs
Bamett, ou Eighth street, wnue tne
family were at Bupper, and stole
three overcoats wnicn were mingm
in the hall. The fact was discov
ered shortly afterwards and the
police notified. The olllcers went
immediately to me uepui, ujiuik
the guilty party would try to escape
Ull l n"M - ,
robots nroved that in this opinion
they were right. The conductor of
an out going freight was nouueu iu
keep liis eyes skinned for anyone
hnviiiira surplus ot overcoats. i.o
one of such description was seen to
board the train at tins piace, uui i
Carter's Creek tho conductor
chanced to look into a box car anu
discovered Paul snugly eusconsed
therein with the three overcoats in
question. He was placed on an in
coming freight, and by tu o'clock
wiia o.brn.i n i;i i. lie was earrieu
before Judge Krwin next morning,
who turned him over to uircuit
Court. Paul says the coats were
placed in his possession by auotner
The coats were tne property u
Rev. Alexander Patterson, who was
visiting at Mrs. Barnett's, and Mr.
Walker Barnett and Master Will
IIiKli Coinplimrnt Tl Ciiinhprlnnil
The Cumberland Telegraph and
Telephone Company is too well and
favorably known inrougnoui iuh
United States to need lauiiation y
any press. However it is our pleas
ure to say that it is oioKeu princi
pally by southern capital and has-
within the past lew years accom
plished a purpose highly compli
mentary to the business sagacity of
the promoters. In the construction
of all their lines the objective point
has ever been to use notliMig but
high grade material and the conse
quence of so doing is shown in the
excellent service of their toll lines,
and local building. Their courteous
treatment of the public cannot but
make the Cumberland Telegraph
and Telephone Company friends
wherever they may resell. Anni
versary Edition, Harrisburg Chroni
- I ft llAn4l
151' IMJ LARS AT SPRIXCi HILL.
her example, so
1 ni , ,, hpr.
yMter hour of
father anu i"111"1
sorrow. f thege reso u-
.OTrfi.TntBtt5 bereaved family.
iailrv lenu)cri, -
ffSB?Lnr?nd to the 1'u.aski
CltiZeU- K P.Anderson,
C. U. Ba.v.
M. K. farter,
Annie M. Irwin, , -
eva Altniejer. ... ,rtaUt
Howard MU 1K
Tenn., Nov. I s 'ts-
H inter -'
Li'e SATTEKKrELD & Vol SON.
lUown Open In Two Siore.-Hnt
Little ISooty Secureil.
imrcrlars entered the stores of
Odil & Odil and M. L. Nellums at
o...i.., u . last rauuuny mwi
afidblew open safes in, each store
Tbev succeeded in genmn -
a number of checks at me
nlace but fortunately they found
not at Odil Odil'.. Blood-
hounds were put on "I
hev lost It, and every other effort
1 the guilty parties has prov-
Don't make a summer, nor a. few
nieces f cut glass and bric-n-bac a
P'ete"" ...II, MVR VOU
" line. Our ptrc wii ; convince
RIa.?fl ' I. , - nd see. Telephone ,3.
V I 11 . .
Dobbins & Ewino.
A Sndden Death.
An unknown negro man was
found dead in a negro cabin near
Honnt lxat. Tuesday morning.
The man had slept at the house dur
ing the night, and, after awaking
the next mornio and while putting
on his clothes, he was stricken with
apoplexy and expired. He was
found dead sitting in a chair. The
remains were buried by the county.
ttarwood'sSarsaparilia ior the blood
guaranteed 10 cure. A.D,niao
(irocery Store Burned.
The grocery store belonging to
Jetf Halsy, situated near White
Spring, was destroyed - by fire last
Tuesday night. The house and its
conteuts were 'a total loss. The
stock was inured for $400. and the
house, which was the property of
Wolf Alexander, was inured for
150. In companies represented by O.
AssigMaieiit at Spring Hill.
Wm. Hugh Brown, of Spring Hill,
last Saturday filed a deed of trust in
the Register's oillce. naming J. B
(imnhorv na trustee. The assets
cot sist of a tract of land near Spring
Hill. eoutining 140 acres, four
store-houses and lots in Spring Hill,
and some live stock. The creditors
are: Miss Luella Chumbley, ward
Inf ussiu-ner. 1.000: Mrs. Jennie
Pointer, f 1,500; J. B. Oranberry,
:K): G. H. Hatcher, 2o0, and some
debts of smaller amounts.
Was some of our (fall) line getting
down to hard pan. Our prices cairt
be beaten. Try us nerore you nuy.
It James Bros.
Back From San Francisco.
Lonnie Cook, Charles Goad, M ar
tin Taylor, Street Jenkins and Har
vey Pilkinton, privates in Company
I B., First Tennessee Regiment, ar
rived home from San Francisco last
week, having been given honorable
discharges, rney witnessed tne ue
parture of the Tennessee boys for
Manila, and say the facene was a
deeply affecting one.
We bought over 2 car loads of
stoves before the advance in prices,
and can save you money. Cooking
stoves complete from $6 to jf:i.").
Come and see
l)OV4-3t DoBHIXa & Ewi.NU.
Tho Citv Grain fc Feed Co.,
anteo you the highest market
for your crop of new corn.
Aa will he seen from our adver
tising columns, the firm of McKen-
non at, N ie.hols has neen dissolved.
Mr. McKennon retires from the
partnership, while Mr. Nichols
assumes full control of the business
unil will he found at the same stand.
corner South Main and Mgtitii
streets, where he invites his friends
tn call and see him. Mr. McKen
non will remain with Mr. rsichols
until Jan. 1, to assist him in the
He "Toted" a Pistol.
Sneriff Hight and Constable Ladd
arrested Charley Cooper, colored, at
Mt. Pleasant last Friday morning
for "toting" a pistol. He was ar
raigned b fore 'Squire Bostick and
bound over to the Circuit Court.
Mitchell Wagons, none so good, buy
the best, bee
tf Sattkrkiemj & Dodson.
Citizens Telephone Directors.
The directors of the Citizens Tele
phone Company met last Monday
afternoon in the office of Hon. Jas.
A. Smiser, President. The directors
were pleased to know that the com
pany was in an excellent condition,
being entirely out of debt and hav
ing a neat surplus to its creuit.
Since A.e last meeting a number of
new 'phoues have been added to the
exchange and other parties are con
templating taking up the gorvice.
COAL AND COKE.
We are sole agents for the follow
ing well-known and popular coals:
.SV. ' rnartl, Empire,
Thr North JcfUro, shtiio,
And St. IU riKtrrf lump and cnixhid
('.;. Please 6end us your orders.
tepsum John A. Walker A; Co.
No better than others, b'U try our
prices. Look us over ivifore you
purchase. (It) Jam tfs Bros.
Casou Cases Nolle Pressed.
W. A. Canon, who was indicted in
Nashville last year on the charge of
embezzling a la-go amount of money
from his employers, was brought in
to court last Tuesday ior iron, i u
indictmentsag ainst Cason contained
two charges one of embezzlement
and two of false entry. One of the
counts In the charge of embezzle
ment was for false entry, and o i
this charge he has already been
nf.tnfPl to live years In.
I1 UU uuvi uv,iiviiw.. - - -- r
the penitentiary. The c is was ap
pealed to tne psupreme un
still pending. Tuesday, wnen
was brought into court for trial, his
attorneys stated that he had win-
promised with his employers -m io
gard to the other cases, so they wero
Choice Sect! )Vlieaf.
"We have a quantity of exceeding
ly choice cleant-d seed wheat, test
ing G2 pounds per bushel, which we
offer at 7r cents per bushel. '
Columbia Mil.!, & Elevator Cv
Christmas Presents Tor the Soldiers.-
A Government transport hearing
Christmas presents for the soldier
hova now stationed in the Philip
pines, sailed ye-terday troin Kati
Francisco. This traiiKport was spec
ially chartered for th purpose, and
carries the packages free of charge.
Kach ineniiier oi tne Tennessee regi
ment will receive a present, most of
the gifts being sent by mothers,
wives, sisters and sweethearts of the
soldiers, while a number were sup
plied by the Army Comfort Circle of
Nashville, iu order that no one
should be disappointed. The pres
ents were all shipped from Nashville
the first of last week, a number of
them hiving been sent from persons
in Columbia and Maury County,
who have dear ones in the Tennes
see Regiment now en route, to- Ma
nila. Riiggit'S and Snrries.
We have the largest assortmei.4
of both high and medium grado
buggies, surrit's, and pha-tou.-i i
the city. Ci'.U n'.id see
tf Sattkrfiki.h & Po i . .v..
City Marshal Jackson and officer?
Goad and llolcomb raideil a negro
crap game in Martha Hodge's hou(
in Jast Columbia last Monday, timl
captured six. They were tried be
fore Judge Erwin and fined eaclu.