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THE COLU1111IA JIEltALl): F1IIDAY, JUNE 11, 18!)7.
3 HjCL 2f3!lij0 SEMI-ANNUAL Clearance Sale. Startling Reductions, Beginning Saturday, June 12. of relatives near Union last quests week. Messrs, ing have ness. As ever the same, Hate Johnson and .1. T. Flem gone to C'eutreville on busi- Orkstua. Figured Bilks for Waists, for this Ginghams for aprons, 3 1.2c. 19c. Former price 30c. Checked Muslins, 5c and 6c quality, Bilks for Waists. ' 21c. hest Ginghams, 10c and 22c qual- Forrner price 40c. 'tle8 ' 5c. Changeable Brocade Hatins, form- er price 60c, this sale, Scotch Lawns, great values, 251 c. Colored and Fancy Grenadines, l'l yards Remnants, plain India entirely new, former price 15c. Linens 10c c' L-J 10c. quality. Jackonet Duchesse, r. T . .... . ... m bea Island Domestic, extra weight, , one yard wide, Was loc. j i Lappet Stripes, 1 1 1()C, MILLINERY. White Tape Bail Worth 15c. ors' anc $2- quality, ' $1 j Lace Btriped Organdies, former ' price 15c, 17c, 20c. Ten jozen white IJell Crowned 10c. Bailors 4()C. Colored Lace and Dotted Bwisses, . . was 17c, 20c, 25c, now Bhirt Waists, if 1.50 quality, reduced 12 l-2c t0 $1.00. I). P. Penangs, :!( inches wide, 7 1.2c. B"irt Waists, 76c quality for Former price 12&c. 50c. Garwood's Sarsapurilla for the blood guaranteed to cure. A. B. Ratns WEST POINT. West Point, June 8. Farmers are getting ready for binding the sheaves Iiere this week. There will be an abundance of black berries this yea', and consequently lots of .hi no Ihiks. The cottage prayer-meeting will be held at the residence of air. W. J. Pass more next Wednesday night. Kev. 1). T. Way nick, of your citv, will preach here next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock ; also in the afternoon at It o'clock. Quite a number of our young people attended the closing exercises of Miss I.orena Harbison's school last Friday night. Hoth teachei and pupils deserve the showers of compliments they re ceived on that occasion. Kd Fitzgerald is at home for a few days, after which ho will leave for Co lumbus, Ohio. Miss Hula Walters has been slightly ndisposed for several days. Planting peas and replanting corn are in order on the farm. Mr. J. W. liasham, the Hkhai.p's Sylvia," visited friends on Knob creek since our last. l'rof. Esh man, of Timmons, is spend ing a few days with Zollie Walters. home or our young folks attennea tne Children's Days services at Lasting Hope yesterday. Miss Anna (ioad is on the sick list. With best wishes, I remain the same, .UI,A. Crown Percales, 31 inches former price 10c, now C. wide, New Style Clocks Just Received. Warranted to keep time. Save your tickets and get one. T, O.PETRI, Proprietor. Tie ColMMa Mill &EWor Co., Want your wheat to irind they ex pect a profit in the grinding. Query who can pay as much for wheat as the Miller? tf CRAXFOKI) HOLLOW. Ckanfokd IIom.ow, June The light rain last Friday morning was very much appreciateu, tor it was nauiy needed. We deeply sympathize with Mr. anil Mrs. Rube lolman and also Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Paker, in the loss of their little babies. We are sorry to report Mrs. W. T. Dooley and soil Will no better. The'little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Underwood, is very sick at this writing, with spasms. Miss Annie Speed has returned to her home at Andrews, after a week's visit to her cousin, Mrs. Waiter Speed. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Atkeisson and little grandchild, (ieorgie Mills, spent part of last week with their daughter, Sirs. Kmma McDonald, near Hurricane Switch. Mr. S. D. Haves had the misfortune to lose one of his tine mares last week We are sorry to hear that Mr. Will Roach has lost the use of his right eye. Little Stkanokh. OUR CORRESPONDENTS. (Continued from Third rage.) MT. NEBO AND SAWDUST VALLEY. M r. Neiio, June 8. When our last . letter came out with so many funny things in it, we could only open our mouth in astonishment, then clap our Jiands and laugh heartily. That Mr. Typesetter put up such a Job for us,' iiiiaking us call people such unheard of j names, and even putting Mr. to a lady's j name. "Contributor," there must be a peculiar twist to our scrawl. Kev. K. L. Gregory occupied the pul- j pit here Sunday afternoon, preaching a ' most interesting sermon, choosing for his text, "Shall we know each other In Heaven?" Our League held an unusually inter esting meeting Saturday night. We have a splendid attendance, with in creasing interest. May the good work .go on. There was a Church Conference held at Neho last night. May berry Uros. have purchased a new i rnction engine, and are now better than ever prepared to do the season's threshing. Mr. Kohert Linn, Jr., continues in quite a feeble state of health. Aunt Hester Fstes hasn't been so well for the last few days. Mr. Web Kinzer lias' been quite in disposed for several days, while his lit tle liabv, who is with its mother at its grandmother's, Mrs. Ueorge Howell, near Concord, is also quite sick. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Joyce are in Nashville this week, visiting friends and taking in the sights at the Centen nial. Miss Hell Daimwood, of Dear Creek, returned home Sunday, after having spent two weeks here with her brother, Mr. Ueorge Daimwood. Mr. A.M. iray, of Ashwood, spent several days of liist week here, visiting friends. Mrs. (iid Johnson, accompanied by Mrs. Adline Pipkin, of Poster's Chapel, spent a few day of last week, visiting the homes of Messrs. Ike and Newt Johnson near Mt. Pleasant. Mr. I larry Nance came up from Hon Aqua Springs last week and will reside in our midst for an indefinite length of time. Mr. Peeves, of Texas, reached here Saturday, and is the guest of Miss Liz ssie Sargent. Mr. and Mrs. Harelav Hrinn, of Lin den, Perry county, are located herewith their picture gallery, and are doing gome good work. We learn that Miss Tera Taylor, formerly of Winchester, but now of Willianisport, will teach the fall term of school at Nebo. We wish her suc cess. Vamiiti. months in Hinningham. Mr. Robert Cecil, Mr. Wililam Cecil and Mr. Frank Frierson, of Hinning ham, are visiting friends and relatives in our community. Mr. James J. Fleming has returned from Nashville. Miss Marv Shapard is the guest of Miss Susie Lipscomb. Miss Alice Dixon entertained the Em broidery Circle last Tuesday. A de lightful evening was spent. Mr. Joe Dixon is the guest of his par ents; he arrived several days since. SOI Til POUT. Soi'Tiii'oitT, June 7. The rain that fell Friday was much appreciated by the farmers in this section. Mowing clover seems to be the order of the day. Messrs. W. X. and Pink Murphy attended the Centennial last week. Freddie and Miss Gertrude Murphy have been the vietimsof chills recently. Miss Seletha (rav, who has been with her sister, Mrs! Iluth West, for several weeks, has returned to her home near Waco, Giles County. The school taught by Miss Aggie Emerson was closed last Friday. l'rof. T. M. Hogan will take charge of the school hero in the fall. Mr. John Murphy, who has been attending the Hible college at Nash ville, returned home Friday. Cathie and Carlton Murphy have been quite sick, but are better at this writing. Mr. Hawkins, who was the guest of Miss Lena Thnrman last week, lias re turned to his home in Texas. M rs. Nancy White, of Stiversville, is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. Lucy Harris. Mrs. Hlanche Holt and W. X. Murphy are witli friends in the Andrews vicinity. Rros.'Kufus McLaurie.of Waco, Giles county, will preach at Hethel next Sun- A i II All fiitma nut an1 Deposit Wheat. From past experience wo have failed to realize any benefits from the old custom of receiving grain on deposit at our mills to be paid for in the future at a given amount of its products per bushel. Therefore we are compelled to abandon the old practice. We offer in the future to receive wheat and corn from our friends who wish to deposit with us. Their grain at the market price when received and pay for the same in flour, bran and meal at the wholeale price when taken out. The above in no way will effect the general rules of exchange. Will be glad to serve you in this way, givinir flour and meal in exchange for grain immediately on delivery. COLUMHIA M ILL & LI KVATOR (JO. Ashton JJkos. may21 4t Teachers' Association. Quite a larir number of teacher's mm at the Public School building Saturday, June 5. Mr. A. (J. Allen called the meeting to order and Mr. Hogan led in prayer. The minutes of the May meeting were read and approved. it was thought best, owinsr to other matters of business, to defer the class in Tennessee History until the next meeting. In the absence of Miss Cox. Miss Blanche Rcott kindly gave some points on teaching penmanship. This was followed by a general discussion. Mr. II. L. Harris requested that his subject be postponed until some future time. Miss Lone: beinir absent, the sub ject of "Literature in Primary j drades,' was discussed bv Mrs. Mitchell, Miss Floyd and others. Quite an interes'ing series of talks were made on the proper time to begin the study of Latin. A committee composed of Messrs. Shoup and Rostick and Miss Rlack- ourn, was appointed to meet and provide accommodations for the popular lecturers who will be pres ent during the Institute. Th Pres ident also appointed Misses Roberts, Carpenter and Friel as a committee on securing local talent to furnish music and recitations during the Institute. The summer Institute will be held in the Public Hchool building during the week beginning June 14. As the Institute will continue but one week this year, it is requested that all teachers try to be present on Mon day, and they are expected to be in attendance at all the lectures. The programme of exercises is re published for the benefit of those who failed to get it last month. Monday, June 14; morning: Gen eral talk to teachers; Primary, Eng lish and Composition. Afternoon. lT. S. History, Period of .Coloniza tion and Settlement; Spelling. Tuesday, June to; morninur: Eng lish Grammar, The Noun, Puuctua tion;U. B. History. The Colonial and Revolutionary Periods. After noon. Pedagogy, Elements of Mental Philosophy ; Primary Read ing. Wednesday, June lfi; morning: English Grammar, Verb, Conjunc tion, Complex Sentence; Pedagogy; The Recitation. Afternoon. Geog raphy, Method of Teaching; Physi cal Geography, The Growth of the Earth. Thursday, June 17; morning: Grammar, Correcting of Errors in Speecli and Writing; U. S. History, From Washington to Lincoln. Afternoon. Physiology for Primary Pupils; Elocution vs. Reading. Friday, June 18; morning: Eng lish Language, Orammar and Com position ; IT. S. History, From Lin coln to McKinley. Afternoon. Temperance Teaching in the Public Schools; Physical Geography, Cur rents tides, Eclipses. JNight. Illustrated Lecture on Electricity. Saturday, June lti; morning: Geograghy, Influence of Environ ment Upon the Human Races; Pedagogy, School Government. Afternoon. Rhetoric ; Physics, Heat and Liinit. SOUTH COLUMBIA. dav at 11 hear him. o'clock. All come out and Annette. Misses liessie and Mattie Frierson, of the Zion neighborhood, spent several days with relatives here last week. Miss Iioaf Rean, after an extended visit in South Columbia, returned to her home in Dec-herd last Saturday. She was accompanied home by her sister. Mrs. W. I). Wendel, who will spend several days with her. Quarterly Conference will be held in the Methodist church Saturday night. Miss Corine Sedberry, of Nash ville, is spending two weeks with relatives here. Mrs. John Martin and daughter Susie, of Nashville, are visiting rela tives and friends here. Mrs. Christ Reclienbaugh and children, of Lewisburg, are the guests of relatives in South Colum bia. Mrs T. J. Rea, who has been quite sick, is improving. Garwood's SnrsnpariUa for the blood guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains. ASHWOOD. Asiiwoop, June 8. Dr. T. Hledsoe Prown, our promising young M. U., who has lately returned from Haiti more, where he has been completing his medical course, gave a very enter taining and instructive address to the Foreign Missionary Society on last SabbRth eveuiug Ht'ion. His subject was, "Medical Mission," which opened upa new field for thought. Quite a large audience was fn attendance. Mrs. Marv Hendrick and grandson, Mr.Thoe llendrick, are the guests of Mrs. Kohert Orr, in Nashville. Miss Uebecca Stephenson is at home after attending school for the last tea Farmers! Farmers! Farmers! Bear in mind that we have had made especially to order HOJXX) wheat bags which we will furnish you on most satisfactory terms. Do not fail to see us before selling your wheat. City Grain & Feed Co. may'28tf W ATER VALLEY. Wateh Valley, June ".The Alex ander Epworth League held an interest ing service on yesterday afternoon, con ducted bv Mr. '.. L. Hooker. Sundav-school at the Methodist Church on next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Preaching at 11 o'clock by Kev. Mr. wings. The Sundav-school at the Baptist Church will meet at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Crops are looking tine in this neigh borhood. Wheat will bo ready to cut in A few c1hy Miss Lizzie Dodson, who has been w ith friends at Willianmport for several days, has returned home. A crowd of our young people from the Valley attended Childrens Day services at Leatherwood yesterday. Miss Emma Harlan, of Columbia, who has been visiting in our midst for several davs. has returned home. Mrs. Will 15ooker has been quite sick, but is now convalescent. Misses Maggie Hutcheson and Genie Childress visited friends and relatives on Turkey creek the latter part of last week. Mr. M. H. Johnson and wife were the Self Interest Leads buyers into our store. If you have not already been con vinced that we are the people for Clothing and Shoes iust come in and price our goods We offer special HAKGAINS for this week : Men's all wool suits from $3.00 and up. Boys' long pant suits from $'2.00 anu up. Hoys' knee pant suits from "0c anu up. Men's leans pants from 50c and up. Boys' knee pants from 10c and up. Men's Tan or Black Shoes from . . . 9",c and up. Come and price our goods before you buy. We can save you at least 2" per cent by buying your and Hats from DAVE Bogatzky, The Acknowl edged Cheapest Clothier, The Kluokburn Plan. Senator Joe Rlackburn, in his speech before the Kentucky State Convention said : 'I would leave the gates wide open for the return oi every honest Demo cratic voter who has been led astray. Rut the leaders were not led astray Thev betrayed their party, and let it be your duty to see that they stay out of the Democratic party. You can't get them back, and, what's more, they can t come back. Purge vour party and make treason odious. The danger thai lies before you is disintegration, because you have not yet drawn the lines tightenough, I counsel conservatism so far as the rank and file of our strayed brethren are concerned, but I counsel the guillotine and the gallows for the traitors who led them away." Trustee's Sale of Real Estate. To ITJan I Is tifise JUlone! No Man Should Be So Confident in His Own Opinion As to Re ject All Advice. 9 We intend these remarks to apply to the person who thinks he can't get a stylish, up-to-date Suit unless he goes to the mer chant tailor. In connection with the above, we want to say right here that a goodly number of the MADE-TO-ORDER clothes you see on the streets and admire so much are Suits bought from us. Therefore be advised, and instead of going to tlie merchant tailor and investing $:50.00 for a Suit, come here and get equally as good for about half the price. 5 A A A A A i A A A A Fill "1 s m a (So Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters, No. 307 N. College Street, Between Union Street and Public Square, NASHVILLE, Tenn. 4 3 4 A Q Hv virtue of two deeds of trust executed by J. L. Cowley and wife, M J. Cowley, one to C. W. Witliersooon and his successors, as Sec. and Tr.of the Maury Co. H. A L. Association, dated April U7, lW, recorded in Hook It. vol :(. p. r27: the other executed to If. O, Fulton, Sec. and Tr., June 12, ISlHi, re corded in Hook H", p. 211, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, free from the equity of redemption, dower and homestead, at the Court House door in Columbia, Tenn., on Monday Die .MU Day of July, 1N!7, between ID o'clock a. m. and 12 o'clock in, the following described house and lot, lying in the Second Ward of Colum bia, Tenn.. bounded as follows: Hegin ninn at a stake in the North margin of Kastfth street, it being S. ssde,. K. ." ft. from the S. W. corner of the lot pur chased at Chancery sale by Mrs. N. K. Woodside (see in in. 1H71, p. 41 ) and run ning with the North margin of said street East 8." feet to a stake; thence North l'.j degrees, Kast l.'H ft. to a stake; thenee North ks degrees, West 8." feet to a stake; thenee South l'a degrees, West l.Vl ft. to the beginning, containing 3-1(1 acres, more or less. Said sale will be made at the request of said Association to satisfy its debt and expenses of sale. II. O. FL'LTON, Sec and Tr. June 4-4t Trustee. RAILROAD TIME TAULE. Loulxvilta and ahvllle Division. Clothes, Shoes Star ClotMiis House, North Side Public Square. . y.Xi p. m. . 6 a. m. . 5:V p. m. . 6;;w . m. .10:83 a. m A '-.iS a. m north: No. 2 leaves No. 4 leaves No. 8 (Accommodation) leaves No. 6 " " leaves SOUTH. No. S (fast line) leaves No. 1 (fast line) leaves No. 7 (Gallatin and Iecatur Ac commodation) leaves... 9:20 a. m No. 6 (PulaHki Acco'n) leaves 8:5.) p. m Nashville and Florence Division. south: No. 21 Accommodation, leaves... 10:30 a. m NORTH. No. 22 Florence Accommodation, betw'n Tuscumbiaand Co lumbia, arrives 5:30 p. in Nashville, Chattanooga t. Lout Kail, roitd lu k Klver Valley Division. EAST. No. 1 leaves :0 ft. m. No. 2 leaves 6:80 p. m. WIST. No. 1 arrives oo p. ra No. 2 arrives 6:20 a. m riose connection is tnadfl with through trains on the Ix)ulsville and Nashville and Great Southern Railroad. HERE IS A CORKER. '" -i i . i...yto,i..l - L,...,,.,..,. .i j 1 j : : , , NEWESx STYLE SURREY. For sprint; of 1897 we oiler you the finest line of vehicles we nave ever Drought to oiumoia. For nne ana medium work we know we can please you. We have in the IMPLEMENT LINE such up-to-date goods as the Evans Two Horse Corn Planter, Monitor Cultivator, Imperial Disc and Smoothing Harrows, Imperial Plows and Land Rollers. We buy and sell field seeds and grain. Its a pleasure to 7 sWTJ gooas. Come and see us! SATTERFIELD & DODSON.