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THE COLUJSIIUA IIEltALl): FKIDAY. MAY 7. 1S!7.
Diinmsred $400,000.00 Worth of
Dress Goods, Dry Goods and
Notions for the Great St.
Louis Firm of the
El Walker Dry
Our buyer is now on the ground
and will pick up lots of good things
at about half of the regular prices.
We're going to make things lively
next week. Don t miss this great
Next Saturday & Monday,
Fifty pieces seasonable stan
dard prints, dress and shirt
Thirty pieces yard -wide pe
Two hundred yards half wool
challies. figured effects and
silk stripes 10c
Twenty Pattern Novelty "Wool
Suitings, regular prices have
Saturday and Monday's pri
ces, per suit $3.50.
NEW Scotch Plaid Suitings, black
and white, and blue and white,
. the latest fad.
NEW Lappets, bright red stripes
and polka dots.
NEW collars and cuffs.
NEW Belts at special low prices.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher were in Nash
ville this week.
Mr. R. L. McKinney is in Louis
ville on business.
Mrs. A. P. Roberts is visiting in
the Roberts Rend.
F. B. Woldridge, of New York,
was here this week.
The Misses Sheegog are visiting
friends in East Nashville.
Mrs. E. Y. Player, of Ashwood,
is visiting Nashville friends.
Mr. Geo. P. Frierson was in Mur
freesboro this week on business.
f ! ! I 1
miss jessie uaie nas returneu
from a visit to Nashville friends.
Mrs. Miles Cook is spending a
month witli relatives in Nashville.
Mr. F. H. Fariss was in Nashville
several days this week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zucarello, of
Pulaski, are visiting relatives in the
Mr. Albert Akers, of Nashville,
was here yesterday, jolly and jovial
Miss Annie Evans visited rela
tives at Ashwood from Friday until
Mr. R. Harris, of Harris & Cole
Rros., returned to Cedar Falls, Iowa,
Mr. J. E. Park, one of the proprie
tors of Elkmont Springs, was nere
Misses Ressie and Aline Moore re
turned Wednesday from a visit In
Dr. H. R. Titcomb returned last
week from an extended fishing trip
Mrs. J. P. Cherry returned to Nash
ville Saturday after a visit to friends
A A INST
will soon be opfned, and re
member we are headqunarters
OH PARIS GREEN.
Special prices in large quan
tities and wholesale rates to
merchants. We have all the
formulas for preparing insoc
ticides spraying mixtures,
etc. We will sell you the ma
terial and tell you how to use
it. Herearesomeof thethings
that you must have:
Paris O.reen 2To lb.
blue Vitriol 10c lb.
nsect Powder 5)clb.
Hellebore 50c lb.
'owdered Borax l.V? lb.
Whale Oil Soap 25c lb.
Our library of books, journals,
etc., containing recipes and
advice about insecticides, is at
RAINS, THE DRUGGIST.
Keep your eye on our preat fire
goods sale next week.
MAURY DRY GOODS
& SHOE COMPANY.
A DARING FEAT.
Miner Lenpg Headlong From
Puck River Bridge.
Several hundred men. women and
children eathered on the banks of
Duck river at the bridge Wednes
day afternoon, to see "Pror." Harry
Miner, "the dare-devil of the air,T'
make a headlonc: leap from the
bridce into the water.
The "professor" had promised to
leap from the topmost pa-t or the
brldire. but. after the collection was
taken ud. he stated that the dona
tlons were so small that he would
only jump from the railing. From
this part of the bridge to the water
is about GO feet, and the river being
low, was only about 10 feet deep
The "nrofessor" held his arui9 in a
"VT" shape over his head, and leap
ing from the bridge, shot headfore
most like a flash through the air.
His hands struck the water first,
and his bodv went to the bottom
He arose unhurt, however, and
swam to the bank without assis
"Prof." Miner claims to be one of
the few who have made successful
leans from the Rrooklyn bridge,
New York. He 6ays he will make
another iumo from the top of the
bridge in Columbia to-morrow.
Still in the Fight,
and as an old friend of mine says,
we are "Johnnie on the spot." We
make the tollowing prices for
A strictly good package coffee at .
per package, roasted, and on up
to lSc, ate. " 30fl and 35c, per lb.
Keisius, London Layers Otic
lit 11)8 good lard uh,
hi lbs country lard $1.00
All other groceries at proportion
ately low prices.
See us on millet seed. "Seel"
W. E. McKENNON
There was a slight frost last Sun
For rent, the McCord house on
Sixth sti jet. It
Circuit Court will convene on the
third Monday in this month.
Dr. Eugene Ragsdale has gone to
Franklin to practice his profession.
Mr. H. L. White has accepted a
position witli Mr. V. E. McKennon
in West End.
We have a number of desirable
and well located residences for rent.
apr:w-2t W. J. Em buy & Co.
Miss Louella Cook, who has been
seriously ill with typhoid fever, is
Geo. E. McKennon is in St. Louis
thrsweek, buying more goods for
McKennon Anderson & Foster.
Mr. A. S. James and family have
moved to the new residence on High
The Great Secret !
SAVE MONEY ! -:-
Fix This In Your Mind!.
munitions of war-all the best I 8treet built for tnem ,)V Mrs. 'fowler.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
J. It. Lamb to G. W. Rond, lot in Co
J. l. Cason and wife to Columbia
Real Kstate and Investment Co., 4 lots
in Columbia. !M0.
W. H. Ileal to M. O. Garret, 3 acres In
l!th district. :S0.
Henrv Stevens to Mrs. Margaret
Grant. acres in 'Jlst district, PXW.tt
J. K. Farrell to Mrs. Mary W. Dob
bins et al.. IK acres in Sth dist., $
W. H. Watson to K. W. Gamble, lot in
Columbia. Ml. Ml.
II. Wood to J. P. Street and Meade
Frierson. lot in Columbia, i
T. W. Poyner to H. P.Oakley, interest
in land in 1st district, $:Hl.
T. W. Povner to W. C. Rail, interest
in land in lt district. JJOO.
W. A. Harnett to J. F. Tarks, store-
lions in ML Pleasant. fl.oOtl.
S. H. Goodloe. Trustee, to E. N. B
Reeves, (iti x-10 acres in 24th district,
I E. Pickens to Emily Cain, lot in
J. It. and C. J. Smith, to Kate J. and
Annie J. Smith, a tracts land in 22ud
district. irifL "
J.R. Erwin and wife to Samuel J.
Fields, Interest in land in 18th district,
Garwood's Sarsapanna iortne blood
guaranteed to cure. A. jb. kains
Miss Belle Harlan is visiting Miss
Myrtle Hancock, South Summer
W. P. Woldridge left for Chicago
the first of the week, to attend the
Splann horse sale!
Dr. Shirley Lowry and Miss Lizzie
Lowry, of Lynnville, are visiting
relatives In the city.
Mrs. W. D. Bethell, of Denver,
Col., is visiting her sister Mrs. Lem
Long, at Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. S. H. Rentley is visiting the
family of G. T. Hughes at Columbia.
Mr. M. P. Merrill, of Ohio, is in
Columbia this week, prospecting,
with a view to locating.
Rev. A. C. Killheffer and E. C
Perry are attending the Episcopal
Convention at oewanee.
Mrs. Hamilton, who has been
visiting Mrs. J. R. WilKlns, re
turned to Franklin Monday.
Miss Clarissa Lipscomb returned
Friday from an extended visit to
relatives in New York City.
Mr. Stanton Chauncey, of Olney,
111., is spending several weeks with
his sister, Mrs. Geo. S. Alcorn.
Mrs. W. A. Fleming and son Oat
man, of Flemington, Ga., are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ralney.
Mr. Harry Steams, of Harrisburg,
Ills., is here, with a view of locating
and establishing a cigar factory.
Mrs. Frank McGaw left last
Thursday for Rowling Green, Ky
to spend some time with relatives.
Mr. John E. Walker, of the Maury
Dry Goods and Shoe C!., is in St.
Louis, picking up bargains for his
Miss Laura Taylor has returned
from a visit of several weeks to
Chattanooga, Winchester and
Charley Walker, of Lewisburg,
spent several days here last week
with his parents, Mr. anu Mrs. .mo.
Mrs. E. A. Fusch and little daugh
ter returned to Nashville this week
after a visit to relatives at the
Mr. and Mrs. Rracey, of Selma,
Ala., who were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Dobbins, left Monday
Mr. E. H. Hatcher returned last
Saturday from a pleasant and pro
tracted business trip to bt. Ijouis
and Kansas City.
Mrs. A. J. Nichols and Norton
have returned from a months visit
to Mr. W. H. Williams and family
in Anniston, Ala.
Mrs. Sue Gray Dunnington, Miss
Narcissi Williams and Mrs. Dr.
Williamson have returned from a
visit to Nashville friends.
Miss Lillian Allen, of Maury
County, and Miss Rlanche Allen, of
Nashville, who spent the winter in
Florida, returned home last'week.
Mr. L. E. Callender, of Gallatin, is
in the city on business, and con
templates opening up a poultry
establishment here in the near
Dr. W.A.Smith will attend the
meeting of the Grand Commandery
of Knights Templar of Tennessee at
Clarksville, next Tuesday ana ed-nesday.
Mrs. R. A. Leftwich and niece
Miss Rertba Leftwich, of Port Vin
cent, La., will arrive next week to
visit the family of Mr. James Li.
Mrs. Andrews, who has been in
Springfield on a visit to her father,
V. 14. Juam, leaves mis morning
for her home at Columbia. Spring
Misses Fletcher and Pearl Fariss,
and Miss Lillian Rrooks or Hamp
shire, left yesterday morning for
Guthrie, Kenty., where they will
visit Mr. Hugh arls.
Mrs. Kenneth Rrandon, nee Miss
Ida Relle McCord, of Columbus,
Texas, is visiting friends here. Her
mother, Mrs. Alice McCord, Is ex
pected the last of this month.
Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Amis, of
Winchester, Tenn., were guests of
Mr. Frank Fulton, of the Zion
neighborhood this week. Mrs.
Amis will remain several weeks.
Miss Lizzie Chaffln and Mr. Wm.
J. Rushton and children, Miss
Louise and Frank, of Birmingham,
came up Wednesday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Margaret Rushton.
Gen. J. W. F. Hughes and family,
of Topeka, Kan., arrived this week
to visit the family of Judge A. M.
Hughes, in West End. Misses Lena
and Lillian Smith, who have
been visiting Gen. Hughes since the
naueruration of President Mchdn-
ley, returned home with them.
Miss Lucy Haley, who has been
visiting fn Charlotte, N. C, for
some time, returned home Wednes
day. Her sister, Mrs. D. R. Heath,
and Miss Ada Heath accompanied
her, and will spend several weeks
with relatives here.
Geo. Williamson returned from
Nashville yesterday, where he had
been for several days. He has ac
cepted a position in the Comptroller's
office there, and will return in about
two weeks to fill the place. The
Herald wishes him much success.
Now Is the Time
To get your Sorghum Seed, Millet
Seed, Hungarian Heed, Stock Peas,
and Wabash Corn. We are also head
quarters for Lime. Paris Green,
.Lana Plaster, ana everything in tne
field seed line. Also sugar-house
molasses of all grades, together with
a full stock of fresh groceries. Cof
fee of all grades. We are making a
special run on good green coffee;
just think, 8 lbs for one dollar. Give
us a call and we will treat you right.
Frierson & Embry.
Location, Oakes' Building, corner 8th
and South Main streets.
Telephone No. 107.
Mr. Frierson McLemore, formerly
of this city, son of Mrs. Lem Mc
Lemore, was united in marriage at
Hillsboro, Texas, on the evening o
the 28th of April, to Miss Janie
Harris. His cousin, Miss Lizzie Mina
McLemore, of Murfreesboro, Ten
nessee, attended the happy occa
sion, and was the maid of honor
Mr. McLemore left here when quite
a youth, and a large circle of rela
tives over the county will be glad
to learn that he has found in hi
western home a fair bride and nobl
woman for a helpmeet.
Mr. J. C. McGaw, who has been
dangerously ill for several months,
we are glad to report, is able to ride
The slaves to the cigarette habit
supplied themselves with six
month's rations before the law went
We want to buy a few thousand
dollars worth of good land notes.
apr30 2t W. J. Embry & Co.
Mrs. Minnie Towler and family
have moved into their new home,
corner of West Seventh and High
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. McKennon
have quit house-keeping and are
boarding again with Mrs. O. C.
Owen in West End.
Charlie Sharp is running his corn
popper in Nashville, and Mr. J. H.
Dugger is taking his place at the
store during his absence.
Notwithstanding the coolness of
the weather last Saturday afternoon,
four negroes were baptised in Duck
river near the old bridge site.
We have for rent several store
houses desirably located, and at
greatly reduced prices.
ap30-2t W. J. Embry & Co
The Citizens' Telephone Company
s erecting a line to Andrews, and
one to Theta, and have put in eight
or ten new pnones in Columbia in
the last ten days.
The many friends of Jake Harlan.
who has been dangerously ill for
some time with fever, will be glad
to hear that he has recovered suffi
ciently to be out.
The family of Mr. Eugene Hunter.
who have been living in Columbia
for several months, moved to West
Tennessee last week. Mr. Hunter
having gone there several days before.
The horses attached to the Mc
Cains' hack ran away yesterday af
ternoon, wnne the hack was return
ing to McCains', and the driver was
considerably bruised up, but fortu
nately no one else was hurt.
Next Saturday and Monday. Mav
8 and 10, 1 will sell 25 Chrysanthe
mums for GO cents; 12 Colous for 25
cents; 2o varieties of Begonias at
rare bargains; all other plants In
proportion. For days mentioned
only. D. E. Dortch. It
James Andrews, Jr., was ap
pointed by the county court this
week as administrator of the estate
of W. J. Andrews, deceased, under
bond of $600, and Allen Harlan was
also appointed administrator of the
estate of W. P. Ingram, deceased,
under bond of ?2&0.
Your dollar does double duty
when it buys good goods cheap.
We will soon have hot weath
er. Prepare for it now! We
can show you a line of
Summer Dress Goods
second to none. The ladies
tell us we have the prettiest
line of ORGANDIES in town.
Re sure you give us a call be
fore you buy your dressos for
commencement exercises. You
have doubtless seen our line
NOW IS THE TIME. Purify the blood,
the fountain of lift-. Gkkknway s Sur
ftapnrillK will do it.
Contains SMr-ai.i.rilbi. Stahmrin, Bur
dock, Poke Knot.Tiif.iliuni and Iodide
of Potash, all of which are known as
possessdnir the best dilutive properties
for diseases arisiiiL' from impure Mood.
It also stimulates the uvi k. the sewer
system, and tlirouirh tins or tan helps
nature throw olT impure secretions, im
parting new life and eneruy. For a gen
eral strenirtheiiim: tonic and system
builder, this medicine cannot be ex
ptiml We use extra care in selecting
the drugs that enter into u.c coon-.-si
tion of ""."..... ht r t
(iRKUXWAl S N.KAI . aii'i'";
the best that money can buy. it is inaoo
n our house bv the best meuioo khowu
modern pharmacy, ami e recom
mend it for all diseases of tlm m.ooi.
and i.i vk is. i our r riends.
at more attractive prices. New
just in they combine style
with low prices, something
that is not overlooked by care
ful buyers. We must have the
best stock of
Carpets and Mattings
in Columbia, or else our prices
are the lowcnt; anyhow our
sales in this department this
season have been the largest in
many years. The only people
we fail to sell in this line, are
those who fail to give us a call.
welcome. The young people win
have the use of the morning service
hour, 10:45, and probably the even
ing hour as well.
Fifth Sunday, topic ior morning
rvice, "i roper snojecis ior jp-
tism;" evening "Proper Mode or
Shot Through Hie Hand.
On Thursday afternoon of last
week, while Boyd Andrews was ex
amining a pistol, the weapon was
accidentally discharged, the ball
passing entirely through his leic
land and inflicting a painiui wounu.
rhe pistol was a patent device ana
of 32-calihre size. The wound is
healing rapidly and, It is hoped,.
will be well in a few days.
Mr. Sam C. Carmack, Business
Manager of the Nashville Sun, and
Miss Id!i Chapman, of the Spring
Hill neighborhood, were united in
marriage yesterday in the presence
of a few friends at the bride's resi
dence. The groom has a great many
friends at this his old home, who
will rejoice to hear that lie has won
an estimable lady for a companion
and helpmeet through life, and the
Heralii extends its heartiest con
gratulations. Good Openinir forthe Right Man.
Wantkd. A man of good address
and large acquaintance to solicit in
Columbia and Maury County for an
old established legal reserve Life In
surance Campany. One of the best.
First-class contract to right man.
Room, 1 and 2, Vanderbilt Ruild-
apr30-4t Ing, Nashville, Tenn,
.We are headquarters for them and all
other kinds of garden seeds. For millet
Reed, feed oats, bran, hay, etc., call on
Fifteen cans of assorted can goods, $1.00
17 lbs best leaf lard 1.00
Eight pounds good green coffee .. 1.00
Seven llis Arbuckle or 4-X coffee . 1.00
(iOc sugar-house molasses, per gal..
Caromel Syrup, per gallon '
New Orleans molasses, per gal 20
Two bars Xo. 1 laundry soap for., .o;
4-onnc.e box Ralph's snuff .10
Give us a rail and see if you are not
Bell Telephone 25. North Main Street.
At a business meeting of the South
Columbia Epworth League last
Tuesday night, the time for holding
the league meetings was changed
from Tuesday night to Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mr. W. F. Wilson, while mount
ing his horse last Tuesday, fell and
sprained his ankle. He has to
walk about on crutches now, but his
friends hope to see him well in a
John Rlair, who has been work
ing in Nashville for some time, re
turned home this week.
Mr. F. E. Wood is visiting rela
tives in Nashville.
The "Church Workers" of the
South Columbaia M. E. Church
held their regular monthly meeting
at the residence of Mr. W. D.
Cameron last Monday night. This
society was organized March 1, 181K1,
with nineteen members, and since
then ithas steadily grown, until now.
it nas more tnau eigiuy enrouea.
It has collected from various sour
ces $157, which has been used in
paving for the parsonage.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Guest, of
Nashville, have the sympathy of
their many friends here in the
death of their infant, which occurred
on Thursday of last week.
Taken to NastiTille.
Mr. W. C. Huddleston, of Centre
ville, who was seriously hurt in a
runaway accidont several weeks
since, was taken to Nashville this
week, where he will undergo a tre
M miry County Doctors.
The Maury County Medical
Society met at the office of Dr.
Hazel Padgett Tuesday, and the
following olficers were elected : Dr.
Collins, President; Dr. Haywood,
1st Vice-President; Dr. Reasley,
2nd Vice-President; Dr. Padgett,
Sec, and Dr. R. 8. Perry, Treasurer.
Reward Offered for Lost Mare.
Strayed or stolen from my stable
at Mt. Tleasant, one black mare, in
good condition, about 15 hands high,
heavy mane and tail, with foretop
cut out. I will pay liberal reward
for her return to Harlan Rros. &
Parks' stable at Columbia, or to me
at Mt. Pleasant. J. C. Stallings.
Another change in the schedule
for the arrival and departure of
trains will take place on the 16th,
next Sunday week. The figures are
not given out yet, but probably the
only material change effecting Co
lunibia will be the arrival of the
night train from the north, which
now reaches here about 12:35. Af
ter the change it will reach here
about two hours earlier.
Nobby Hats for the Centennial
Short Rack Sailors, Trimmed Sailors
and the new Rolero Turbans are the
popular hats. A complete line of
ribbons, flowers, etc.
Mhi NKLLIK CARROLL,
Entrance through store of McKennon,
Anuerson t osier.
Broke His Wrist.
George Hughes, the little on of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Hughes, met
with a painful accident last Wed
nesday at the Institute, where he
was attending school. He was In
two other little boys were holding,
when his foot caught on the stick
and he fell forward on his hands,
breaking one of his wrists. Dr.
Williamson was called In and gave
the little fellow prompt attention,
and he will soon recover.
Rev. W. T. Ussery has been called
to the Baptist church at Santa e
and has accepted the call.
Elder E. J. Meacham preached
last Sunday morning on the subject
"Why We (Should Keep the First
Day of the Week as the Lord's Day.'
Rev. D. T. Waynick has a regular
appointment to preach at West
Point at 3 o'clock on the second
Sunday afternoon In each month
The Band of aith will meet
Saturday, May 8, with Miss Minnie
Avent, 2:30 p. m. Rible lesson
"God's Loving Kindness;" Psalms
The emi-annual meeting of the
Maury County Sunday-school Asso
elation will be held at Hopewell
Church, near lJighyvine, to-morrow
May 8, at 10 o clock a. m.
Rev. Mr. Gupton delivered an in
teresting discourse at Dodson'
Academy last Sunday morning. H
will proach again the fourth Sunday
afternoon In this month.
Hon. Josheph H. Fussell, of Co
lumbia, will deliver a lecture at Ev
ergreen, Church, near Campbell's
Station, Sunday afternoon, May 10,
at 3:30 p. m. Everybody cordially
Ladies Union Prayer-meeting will
meet this evening at 3 o'clock witli
Mrs. Lamar. Scripture lesson, "Per
sonal Responsibility," Mark, 13
chapter, 34 verse. Airs. Adkisson
There will be the usual services in
the First Presbyterian church next
Sunday. The subject for the morn
ing service will be the "Sabbath
and its Observance." The subject
for the evening service will be "The
Soul and its Suirerings." The sub
ject of the night service is the
second of a series ol sermons on the
The Men's Noonday Prayer-meetings
continue from 12 to 12:15 every
day in the room over the Maury
iNatlonal isanK, anu are greatly en
joyed by those who atteud. The
attendance continues to be fairly
good, but there is room for more,
and all are earnestly invited to a
Mid-day Communion with their
Master in this upper chamber.
1 he committee appointed to pro
vide ways ana means for erecting a
tabernacle for the Sam Jones meet
ing in September, met in Mr. W. R
Greenlaw's office last Tuesday night,
but it being the first meeting, only
a small amount of business was
transacted. A committee was ap
pointed to confer with the Pastors
Association an organization com
posed of the pastors of Columbia
and learn their opinion in regard to
the matter. Another meeting will
be held next Monday night.
Flrnt M. K. Church, South, Service fur
the Month of May.
Hours for Sunday service: Sun
day-school 9:30 a. m.; preaching
iu:j a. m.; junior j;pworth .League
4 p. m.; preaching 7 :4o p. in.
Monday : Epworth League 7:4
Wednesday: Prayer-meeting" :45
Second Sunday, topic for morning
and evening services, Rrowning's
"ueatn in tne uesert."
Monday, the 10th, 7:45 p. m., the
two Leagues as hosts, will give "An
oia time wesieyan Tea. All mem
bers of the church, honorees. Each
member allowed to invite one friend
May 20th District Sunday-school
Convention, followed bv "District
Conference, 21st and 2.nd atMoores
fourth Sunday, Children's Day;
for which an elaborate programme
nas Deen preparea, comhining sing
Ing, addresses and recitations by
members of the school. Everybody
Now is the time to get chea
croceries and provisions. Thos.
Tucker's stand South Side Square.
It E. C. Latta, Trustee.
The young men gave a pleasant
little German at the residence of
Miss Eva James on West Seventh
street, on Thursday evening of last
week. Those in attendance were:
Miss Eva James, Henry Evans;
Miss Ressie Dale, Cheairs Mayes p
Miss Mary Greer, William Evans;
Miss Virginia Carpenter, Ed.
Mathis; Miss Mina McLemore, H.
R. Cochran, Jr.; Miss Virginia
Webster, W. R. Wooten; Miss Kittie
Jones, Ernest Farrell; Miss Ethel
Hendley, Sam Harlan; Richard,
In the new Oakes building oi
South Main street next Monday eve
ning, the Methodists will have "An
old time Wesieyan Tea," to which
all the members are cordially in
vited, and each member is permitted
to invite one friend. This tea is in
tended to promote a more Bocial
and cordial relation between mem
bers of the church, and to heal any
diiferenefs if any there be. Every
one present will be expected to
shake hands with and say a few
pleasant words to each other.
Miss Annie Fleming entertained
the Sans Souci Society last Friday
night. When the roll was called
the members present answered to
their names with quotations from
Sir Walter Scott, ami a number of
interesting talks were made on the
author's life. Mr. Webb's articles
and Miss Fleming's guitar solos
were highly appreciated. Various
games were indulged in and
delicious refreshments were served,
after which the Club adjourned to
meet with Miss Willie Middle, bri
day, May 11.
The Current Topic Club met with
the Misses Craik last Monday after
noon, the Eastern question being
the main subject for discussion. In
teresting papers were read ly .Mrs.
rowler and Misses uertruae i;raiK
and Mary Greer. Miss Mary
Wilkes irave a sketch of the political
and private life of Abul Hatued, the
Sultan of Turkey, and Miss Ressie
Dale read a paper on the Towers of
Europe. Tin; Cluh will hold Its
next meeting with Miss Willie Rid
dle. Miss Louise Dobbins and Miss
Eugenia Cloptou entertained the
Embroidery Club yesterday after
noon, in an original a well as a
most delightful manner. Progres
sive Dominoes were played, and
after the game strawberry frappe
The Ladies Church
the First Presbyterian
give an ice cream and strawberry
festival on Friday, May 14, from 4
until 10 o'clock p. m., at the session
room. Admission '2 cents.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 Yean the Standard.