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Chat of People and Events. Programme' Union Services July 3rd.
With a full sweep tl iq pjeasu res j to September 4th. 1904. of Summer came irjou the first j Baptist week of vacation, and noteworthy t r thn vouusrer set whose gaieties it set ia motion. County News. Col. Dave Sanders, formerly church. July Mrtl. , night watchman at the Columbus made -,t l:"r P m. Rev. T. W. Lewis. (Compress uow raisiu twelve Methodjst church, July 10th. ; cent coitun for v . P. Brown in ?:o0 p. xn. Dr. S. A. Steel. ! the Sanders Mill neighborhood. Presbvterian church. Julv Upon the second week, in on-j17tlK .,;0 p m..Rev. j. B. Oak trast, has descended all the dull-1 j ness of Summer, and in it there Cumberland Presbyterian has been gathered little of mo- j chlUM:h Ju, v ,(,L Hi.tt p MK raent. Dances, card parties and j T; T ,v iWlT,., Baptist church, July rjl.st. even the outings that are always ! regarde d as a part of the social gift of the season were, perhaps, holding their delights in abey ance, at least they failed to touch the present with their bright ness. Elsewhere events inter esting to Columbians have tran spired, and chief among these is the wedding of Miss Irene Dashiell and Mr. George Burr Richardson, celebrated in Bir mingham on the evening of Thursday. The following ac count of the pretty ceremony is taken from The Age-Herald : The marriage of Miss Irene Frances Dashiell and Mr. (Jeorge Burr Richardson of Washington, D. C, took place last night at H:30 o'clock at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. Evans Johnson Dunn, on the South Highlands. The ceremony was impressively performed by the Rev. Dr. Thomas J. Beard in the presence of the immediate family and a few intimate friends. While the wedding was a quiet one, the ceremony was one of unusual beauty, the bride and bridegroom coming down the grand stairway in the reception hall and passed through an aisle of gorgeous palms into t he second drawing room. Dr. Board in his church robes entering the drawing room from the side. The large bay window was bank ed with palms which made a tropical background, and white roses were used throughout in the decorations. Miss Dashiell looked charm ingly in her bridal gown. She wore white panne crepe and rose point lace. The gown had a yoke of white chiffon, hand embroider ed, and below this was a bertha of exquisite point. The sleeves were made of puffs and finished with point lace. The skirt was full and tiuished with hand made tucks running lengthwise. The bridal bouquet was of lilies of the valley, and the bride's only jew els was a pearl pin, the gift of the bridegroom. Immediately after the ceremony an elaborate wedding supper was served. The decorations were in white roses. . Mr. Richardson and his bride left later in the evening for a wedding journey west, and they will be at home in Washington. The bride is a daughter of the late Captain Thomas R. Dashiell, of Columbus, Miss., and a grand daughter of Judge J. M. Howry, of Oxford, Miss. Her family has always been prom "met in social and political annals of the south. She is very charming and at tractive and spent the past win ter with her sister, Mrs. Dunn Mr. Richardson is a graduate of Harvard and has several de grees. He is a noied geologist and has made sorr.e interesting investigations fr the govern ment He is a son of the late Mr. George Wentworth Richard son, of New York. Miss Donelson's dancing class gave its initial cotilliou Thursday evening, and introduced in grace ful fashion the future belles and beaux who have mastered so rapidly and well the art of danc ing. There were several leaders for the attractive figures, and in addition a few lovely special dances. Japanese parasols, rib bons of every hue, wands and fairy-like dresses brought a gala air to an. evening that will long be remembered. The departure f Mrs. Perkins and her daughters, Misses Rosa mond and Leila Perkins, for Ten nessee this week, will be sincere ly regretted by Columbians. They will reside at Mt. Carmel, where the Rev. Mr. Perkins has accepted the pastorate of the Presbyterian church. 8-.o p. m. Rev. Dunbar II. Og den. Christian church, Aug. 7th. H:JUp. m. Rev. A. J. Miller. Methodist church, Aug. 14th. S p. m. Rev. J. B. Oakley. ' Cumberland Presbyterian church, Aug. 21st. 8 50 p. m. M. II. Armor. Presbyterian church, Aug. Lth. :30 p. m. Rev. A. J. Miller. Christian church, Sept. 4th. :30p. in. Rev. Dunbar H. Og den. M. II. Akmok, Ch'm. Ministers Association. That Throbbing Headache. Would (juicklv It-avo you, if you used Dr. Kind's New 'Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and build up Your health. Only '2 cents, money bad; if not cured. Sold by Chapman ..v. Maylield I)ruryists. Down They Come. Beautiful Columbus is being rendered more beautiful by the addition of the cement walks and the disappearance of the fences and the improvement of the lawns and yards which follows. A representative of this paper recently visited Ward No. 1, the resident section of this ward and was amazed to note the improve ment in this section, all brought about by the good walks and the taking down of the fences. Xot only in Ward Xo. 1 but in every seen n oi me city me fences are coming down and the appearance, of things is being improved as a result. When the rule is genera and tin streets are without fences and are- well cared for Columbus will be th; prettiest city in the South. Driven to Desperation. Living at an out of the way place, remote Irom civilization, a iamilv is often driven to desperation in cast- of accident, resulting in Hums, Cuts, Wounds Ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply of Huckleirs Arnica Salve. It's the best on earth, 2"e at Chapman .t May field's Drur Store. For Sale or Exchange. Plantation of ."Go acres, three miles south-west of Crawford, Miss. Will exchange for real estate in Columbus. Fine farm ing lands and admirably adapted for stock farm. For further in formation apply to Thomas J. O'Neill. was a visitor to the city last Wednesday. He states that the crop in his section is in good condition and that the need for rain is just beginning to be felt, and that the people are hopeful, conGdent and happy over the outlook. The fatal termination of Mrs. Frank CKpers illness last Tues day night was the cause of wide spread sorrow to her large circle of relatives and friends. Mrs. Cooper had been ill about a week with congestion and death ended her suffering at midnight on Tuesday last. She was a daugh ter of the late honored Al. G. Easley and was in the - prime of life, leaving a grief stricken hus and six children to miss a moth er's care and devotion. The fu neral was held on Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock from Beersheba church, the interment occurring at the beautiful grave yard at that place. Rev. W. W. Whitfield conducted the funeral ceremony and many sorrowing friends were present to pay this last mark of respect to her memory. "E. A. W's" letter is again welcomed to The Dispatch col umns and we hope and trust that he will find it convenient to send us news items from time to time from the Caledonia neighborhood. This section is a prolific lield for news items and its importance from every standpoint justifies the hope that Caledonia culliugs will appear often in these1 col umns. We are always glad to receive letters from our friends and subscribers giving us their neighborhood news and Caledonia items are especially welcomed. m j'lrmssamgGS r m i m u I win p& yr.?AiS'ivK 7 HI v TO : if,! mM 7 I IV:'. , f ft You'll Discard Your Grutdie throv off that haggard countenance, walk with ease and perfect comfort and be a man or woman again, free from all nerve racking rheumatic pains, if you use n ill Ei rs nasigissn lie People who have been cured ana who have investigated every rheumatic medicine on the market say this is the greatest remedy for rheumatism that was ever compounded. It is the correct ani sure treatment for rheumatism. It cures to stay cured and after all other remedies faii. Do not neg.cci the ;irt indications of pain, however slight and trifling. These are warnings of approaching aches and pains that will make your life miserable and not worth th2 living. Dr. Hunt's Rangum Root Liniment, cures all forms of 1 !. T3- in. if 1 1 1 1 - M B B K 'J !i fei PI 11 I I I ililiyilim V- I n Startling Evidence. Fresh testimony in reat (jimtitity is constantly min- in, lieclnt -iny Dr. Kiny's New Diseovery for (..'onsuinp tion ( '(Hilis and Coliis to tie nneual ( (. A recent expression from T. J . MeFarland Dentonville, Va. serves as example, lie writes: T had 1 Jroru'hitis for three years and doctor ed all the time without beinir benelited. Then I bey an taking Dr. Kind's New Discovery, and a few bottles wholly cured me.'' 1"a ually effect i ve in curiny all Luny and Throat troubles. Con sumption, i'neuinonia and drip Guaranteed by Chapman ic Maylield, Druyyists. 1 rial bottles free, regular sizes .Oc, and 1.00 because it goes right to the spot right where all the trouble is and draws out the inflammation, cools, allays and destroys the congestion, purifying the blood and making it rich, puro and strong. Here are two testimonials that speak volumes. Read carefully : RANZJUM ROOT MED. CINE. COMPANY. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville. Tenn. Gentlerr.en: Some months ago I suffered from a severe attack of muscular rheumatism. After trying vaicus remedies without, securing any relief, Rangum Root Liniment was recommended to me. I used it and it cured ma and ! take great pleasure in recommending it to all suffering with rheumatic pains. Respectfully, C. H. BROWN. SPURLOCK-NEAL COMPANY. Nashville. Tenn. Dear Sirs: This is to certify that I have been afflicted vith rheumatism in my back and limbs for nearly three years, and was unable to attend to my household affairs. 1 tried and procured the advice of the best physicians in the country, to little or no effect, and grew worse, until 1 had almost despaired ever getting better. I was compelled to use crutches. Most of the time mv left leg was drawn sixteen inches shorter than the other. At last 1 obtained one bottle of Dr. Hunt's " Rangum Root Liniment' and I am now using the third bottle of the medicine, and walk without my crutches and attend to my household affairs. Jn a short time I wili be entirely well. My husband, who has suffered with scrofula (of thirty years' standing) in his leg, was cured with one bottle. I hepe the Lord will bless you in your laudable undertaking. Yours with respect. ELIZABETH BOOK ER, Maury County, Tenn. (Rev ) N. G. JOHNSON I can testify to the above as stated. It is unnecessary to suffer with rheumatism any more. Do as the above persons did get a bottle of Dr. Hunt's Rangum Root Liniment and use it as directed. Remember it's good for everything a good liniment is good for. Prico 25 and GO cents a bottle at your druggist. If he will not supply you, remit to us, R&HGUI.1 ROOT rEDlCiilE COMPANY, SPURLOCK-NEAL COMPANY, Sc!a Proprietors, Nashville, Tennessee. "S. F. C. INN." "A Southern Home at the World's Fair.' G-2G-3t. Columbus, Mi: CURE CATARRH BY BREATHING. Mayo & Weaver Offer to Return Money If Hyomei Treatment FailsTo Cure Catarrh Without Stomach Dosing. If for a few minutes four times a day you breathe Hyomei, all catarrhal germs will be destroy ed and the irritated mucous membrane restored to health. With every Hyomei outfit there is a neat inhaler wMch can be carried in the purse or iiocket. Hyomei breathed through this contains the same healing bal sams that are found in the air upon the rnountans. where ca tarrh is unknown. It destroys all catarrhal germs in the air passages of the head, throat and nose, and makes a- positive aud permanent cure off catarrh. Ask Ma3o Sc Weaver to show you a Hyomei outfit and explain to you what a simple and easy way it is to relieve and cure your catarrhal troubles. For Sa'e. One hO-saw Gullet Gin; one 00 saw Pratt Gin, only run one sea son; one Progress Cotton Press one boiler, 40 h. p. Lot of shaft ing, pulleys and belting. Wil sen cneap lor casn. uaii on or write J. S, Billups, Ju., Columbus, Miss, or G. V. Mullixs, juneo-m Billups, Miss. Deafness Cannot be Cured. By local applications as they cannot reach the iliseused xrtion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is bv con -stitutior.al remedies. leafne.s.s is caused hy aii inflamed condition of the raucous lining of the Eustachian Tu!e. When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or inj perfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed- deafness is the result, and unless the fr.flama- tion can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases out of ten are caused K'hawking and Spitting, Dropping into the Throat, Foul Breath, CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD By Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) TO l'KOVE IT. SAMI'LH SENT I'UEK, Botanic BlooJ Bairn fB. B.B.I h.i cured to stay cure j more cases orCauinh lli.ni ;ii!oihrn remejirs combined, B.U.B. kiiis or destroys the a a t u I catarrhal poison i n the biooj wiii. It causes the symptoms, ;md thus makes a pertec t lasting cut e of i lie worst o1 .1 cases symi'toj:?. The poison in the Hoo l produces had. offensive, ft-tid breath. bad teeth.an J si kness of the s;orna t ; in ime cases ormitrij upcietr jihUvm : en hti mitten t ortiie soft bones of the nof .a tf ec :u:;4 senscdt sue; at iri.: tiens of the mucous rat miM ane. . i i k'n-c. si-ittn.ij u; lumps, weak stomach, raise t'iee..:n. i.e h i.e.s.io -irtg while asieep, stopping it; of t: . no th n, h..(! biood. all run down. spe Ks f . o -ri e the t e . o, sptnted. etc. Botanic H,..od l...mi I ; !. i t. I ! . j fort esit. way through ev ery bioo i cs.-el and -.1 u. ejc.: " ;s ail catarrhal poison that stands in i s way. p -rnanentiy removes eery s iiip oni u ad - "a i m.i , s a perfect cute, B. H. B. setJs a tl o 1 ,f 1 i. h. pure bUod Uirect to the attvtteJ pait. i . laa warmth au4 strensth just here it is t;.v-vd. Deafness. Ringing in the fars. H alMo se" Nearly all cases of lea!nes ate cat.se i by Ott o t hai Poison in the blood. The at p . ts, ts I e. .nue clogired by catarrhal depot's s . ;-p, t c act, on or the vibratory bones. Tools ;is s-.,:t."ers from even total deafness have h..d t r luaiui pet manen?iy testorej by laktr.ir il 1.. I;, f .r catarrh. B.B. B. graJually removes tiie c . I J-vo-it from the air passages, tiois inakin i t.,j ne.'vei tt.e ear respond to the symptoms f . p h j d'. ness and catarrh. B.B.li. tie-- er f :t:! ; tt r: ,.1 . e r n-itffin theears or head noises it a lc .-t. s t n.v. I dear or hard of hearing try Boiat : Bio. I ila-n B. B.B. It may be the vety teaicdy o.tr system necd.. OUR GUARAME. T a .arte buttle of Botanic Blood Balm' H.B.3. -hs tii-sTcted or; label, and when the right quantit is tsuen a cure is certain, sure and lasting. It not cureti your money wilt uromntly b reffnrf'rf v.tno'it animtft". liotanic Itloofl I. aim ( is Pleasant and safe to take. 1 horotlsh'v tested for 30 by Catarrh, which is nothing but au inflamed I years- 0m posed of Pure Botanic ingredients, condition of the muoousserviees. strengthens Weak Kidiievs and Stomaciis. cures e will v'ive One Hundred UtHlars for anr ! Dyspepsia. Sold bv ad Drugarists. SI. Per Large ease Of deafness (caused by catarrh) t hat I -Bottie.with complete direction for .'-.mecute. ;iple cannot be cured by Hairs Catarrh Cure, j ent ree by T:tmg hitxu Kaim ui., Atlanta, da. Venn reir ciren :tn. fre f liKrnrw. vniirtrnnh nn 1 rs F. J. Cheney Toledo, O. ii&ii-s Family puis are me best. iFor sale by Johnston & Came. Describe your trouble, and special free medical advice. to suit your case, mill be sent n sealed letter. Buildings New. three story. Booms paper- 1 od. well ventilated and lighted, ti.teied water, i tire es.'apes. j t limit urc .aihilc. new ano comiot tai;c. New iron bedsteads, tzood springs and mat tresses. New rnattintr in rooms, i.ew carpets in halls. Pure white linen and pretty silver ware in dining room. Supervision and Service- The president and his assistants for treneru! direction. KrUcient clerks on duly day and nUfht. A special bat' tr litre m:in. A f aithf u'lwatchman on floor all nitrht. Colored porters and maids compe tently directed. Colored waiters neatly at tired in the dinit.tr room, and Kood cooks behiml the scenes. Fare tlood and attractively served break fast and supper only, as truest will jret dinner within the grounds. Shall serve early and late. Ad vantages Kxperienced manatrement, e;i uer to please l'rominent site overlooking the Kxixjsition grounds. Only four minutes' walk from main entrance. Convenient to both street car systems. Competent direction, courteous attention and vigilant protection every hour both day and nitrht. Location On Kinystniry Boulevard 1-4 mile south-west of Del mar ilarden. less than 1-4 mi.'e north of not thwest entrance of World's Fair ground. How Beached. At Union Station take "lth St." ear for Wash St.. there take car marked "World's Fair. Skinker Kntrance" iret off at S. F. C. Inn platform, ipjarter mile south west of lacunar btinieti. Cut this out and brinw it wit h you. Brintr your unchecked batfsrae with you. Leave your t-iiccketl nr r trc if it is too heavy for you to carry in your h md. tnve your check to our elerk. Rates Moderate. Lidirinsr. one in a room and two meals per day, Same accommo dations, per weeK. f lo.ao. Lootrintr. two in a room and two n;e. tls ter day. per week, fy.75. Children under I. httif price. i-ff Send 35 cents at once for one year's subscription to Purple and (iold and member bership certificate in World's Fair Club. Ad dress A. N. KSUMAN', WioO IvintTsbury Boulevard. St. louis. Mt. If ASHEVILLE. N. C. THE MANOR. ALBEMARLE RARK yVsheville has a climate which is u m wal ' I f r people dcsirin; to :scapo t lie hot mo iths in 1 Imv countries. With an altitude of I'i'on f.'t-t tlo- i.i.m.,. s an; always cool ana delightful, and th nights an- al ways comfortable. The Manor is quite dilTerent from the r.'ru'.ir hotel, and is known as a comfortable pl.e o 'r ! nr r 1 1 .1 1 1 1 m I , ' i it ! 1 id - l it w -o i at ic f hi r - short stay. Amusements are am)ie au iujjtrolf, tennis, pool, billiards, lowlm lug, driving, dancing, etc. The accommodations are unsurpassed in spect, and the table is the best feat nr. " Addkkss ;C( ALBEMARLE PAR11 CO,. Asheville. N. C.jf a!!. 5 ; WHY We Patronize the Ciizens' tong Distance Telephone and Telegraph Exchange. Because its service is prompt and reliable. It has new lines and Modern Lonjr Distance equipment Its service extends all over Coliim- vus' territory in town, in Lowndes County and in the adjoint ntr counties of Mississippi and West Alabama. It maintains ermine and ajryressive competition, giving the public better service at a lower rate than existed before it was established. Therefore, Columbus' rates are lower than any other citv of its size in the State. The present jrood service and low rates have been obtained only through its competition. Its employes are experience!, dih- prent, energetic, intelligent and courte ous, and their constant effort is to orive the best telephone service. It is strictly speaking, a home insti tution, chartered under the Jaws of the State of Mississippi. It jrives its patrons extensive countv and town service which is rapidly crowing every month. A trial will convince you of its merits. Cit'zens Ldng Distance TelfptnaC and Tclegra jh Co. J. A. Richmond, Secretary and Asst. Cen. Mrr. Owing to our success in placing our goods in your city, we have decided to continue Prepaying Express Charges TO COLUMBUS, and request that when you are in the market, that you correspond with us, as we feel sure that we can enroll you amongst our already extensive list of satisfied customers. ft 5i5 xiH 35 35 ; Six 55 5i5 S5 SliS? rty its 5iJ SfS The Ideal Summer Drink . BUDWEISER BEEE, In Casks and Cases. We are Special Agents and will interest you vlun in the market for this refreshing beverage. $3 Full Quarts "OUR GUARANTEE 8 "Years Old, Express Prepaid For. T. ISEWBE OH GO 0 L GREENVILLE, MISS. Ukfekknces: Southern KxjTes Co. American Kxi res Co. Wi 'if fc.r i 'otij; yt0 US' v. . s if!- t , . ,? i? s xi7. 3mJ i5 s i!S x3 -5 i'i TH JV' i7 it? t 5 tx 5i?. , xx XIXMXUC AW.MXXfjRIX AtP.XtX.AlM.AtA At0.A M t0.At XlA XI K XM XtX