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Ht CtttUMfciA HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911.
The Breath Of Spring When the soft rays of the spring sun reach mother earth and cause the tender blades of grass to pat forth and the rose bud to swell, the first thine a young man thinks of is his new spring suit. The next thing he thinks of is the best tailor. Mr. Paul Brownlow Representing THE LAURER CO., is in Colum- store with his Cincinnati's leading tailors, the best in the world, bia at our spring and summer woolens and would be pleased to have you call and inspect,have your meas ure taken and make selections. He will be here until Saturday of this week. where they have been for the pu(NMIMNNMNMMIW three week buying good for the Mas- m SOCIETY. rv Dry Good fomDiBT. Mr. Wtotjin hu been Indisposed since his return i and has not been down to the store. I 1 Mrs. 8treet Entertains. Mrs. James Park Street entertain-; f Ipreme Court of Middle Tennesw, is j charmingly this afternoon at rook In Columbia today. w compliment miss uoddim, oi Mrs. Proctor Polk and little daurt- MaeiTU,e' alter ot J. C. f ter Kate, of Nashville, are the guests Molloy' and Mr William J. Dale. I of Mr. and Mrs. Knox Fleming. ,Jr- After me ,unch J. II. Ledbetter left this moming for . oourM WM "rL (Surer Creey, Marshall county, wnore' jhe will viait hU slter, who Is sick, iK,n8' Daughters. mis cnarltaoie organisation aela a most Interesting meeting Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Eugene Ander son. Since the movement for the i Mr. and Mrs. Sol Maxwell returned today from Hartsvllle, where they 1 hare been on a visit of several days. Joseph Towler and little daughter. Mary, of Lewlsburg. are here on a Tis- wcthm of hoepluI to Columbia has it to his mother, Mrs. Minnie Towler, been started by this o;der the mum- John Franklin Parks has gone to behip has Increased to such an enor- Pollock, La., to accept a position with.mouB that U the pri the dry goods department of the Yel-i6 " e "tniost to rurnisn room ioi rue memoers wno low Pine Lumber Co. MIbs Cassie Briggs has returned are in rten&mce uton the weekly from a rlslt to home folks In ML Th tff.cen, of the Century Club fully rea ding tnd apprecia '.ng the situation tliroauh Mrs. R. 0. Pleasant. Mrs. T. N. Fiffuers. Jr.. and Mrs. John E. Fdgerton hare returned from Churcn Thursday afternoon exten-lej Nashville. ltne u ' elr Parlor c'':,, d0v, T3, 1 ' for these weekly n.eeUngs. No den uiucu ivudu, vi ovuo. nau.t as i here on a two weeks' visit to friends and relatives. nite action was taken as to whether or not the inriU'dsi 'von'il be acjeiv Mrs. F. F. Everett went to Nashville I bat " Cff,Liu that tn today to attend the executive board of K00 ladle W,U &xcPf tbe o5er' I Harlan & Evans Co. PERSONAL. MENTION. Alfred Simon, of West Chester, Va-, Is in Columbia. Jeff Haley, of the firm of Harlan ft ' Haley. i la Hot Springs. Miss Edna Leach, of Clarksville, is the guest of relatives on South Main. R. D'S. Robertson, of the North western Life Insurance Company is In the city today. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Nolanfi, of LiUle Bock, Ark., are tisiiing Mrs. Nolan 1'3 parents, Mr. anl Mrs. R. L. Ashton. U.r J. Boater, of the Success Oil Burner Co., was called home Friday n account of sickness in his family stt Mt Vernon, 111. Hon. J. L Jones is in Nashville. Miss Louise Frieson is in Pulaski Mrs. W. F. Thomas has from Nashville. Miss Alice McEwen is visiting re la -fives In Nashville. Miss Gladys Dedman left this morn ing for a visit to Sewanee. Dr. Albert Sidney Page has return ed from a three weeks' stay in Flor ida. William Greenlaw, of Nashville, is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B- Greenlaw. the King's Daughters. Mrs. Colverta Mlllett, of San An tonio, Texas, will arrive tomorrow for a visit to Mrs. Joseph L. Hutton. I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gardner, of Ft -Worth, Texas, are visiting here. Mr. Gardner, whose former home was in Columbia several years ago, has not been here for twenty years. He 18 a prominent rallroau man or iexas. J. W. (Trude) Shelton has returned from St Louis. D. L. Batson, of Silver City, Miss., is visiting here. s Miss Louise Cherry is visiting rela tives in Florence, Ala. Miss Tessie Samuels is visiting in NaBhville for a few days. Miss Edna Blount has returned to Mr. and Mrs. McKennon Entertain. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKennon entertained a large "number of their friends at their home on the Williams-' port pike, near Sawdust Valley, last Wednesday night with a deliglriul fruit supper. Mrs. McKennon was I assisted by Mrs. Speed, of Columbia, ;and Mrs. Alderson, of Water Velley. : Those present from Columbia were Bur McKee, Dick Johnson, Frank Al derson, Blanch and Maud Jones. Al leen Ledbetter, Leonard Seeley. From ; Water Valley, Elmer Ladd, Gecrge iKinzer, Hattle Mai Alderson, Maggie J and Jeff Alderson, M-die and John I Alderson. Those present from 3aw Maury Dry Goods Company Visi? Our Store and Let Us Show You tbe New Goods In Every Department Whether or not you ire ready to buy, you would like to know what the manufacturers have re tained for you to wear, and be In the secret with those who fashion weaves for your liking. Dress Goods Serges, Voiles, Silk Warp Henriettas and newest wool fabrics in black and blues and full color line, fancy and striped suitings, 50c to $1.50. Marquesetts aie accepted favorites for draping over satin foundation. We have a full assortment of colors in blue, gray, champaigne and pink, and fancy stripes, $1 25 and $1 50. dust Valley. Will Ratclitf. Stockard Rev. Mr. Lewis, a Cumberland Pre- . . . , ,.. McBride, Will Howard. George Wa- jterlan, TJ. 3. A., minister Of Law- ... . ,ker. janie. Marv arnJ Ar.ni flarin. Silks Present style in street dresses require materials of soft texture and in this respect Silk and Satin Foulards are eminently suitable. Foulards in all colors, Foulards with polka-dot borders, changeable Silks with pompadour borders, Persian Silks in new shades and every silk fabric called for by the dictates of fashion Dress Trimmings Beading novelties, newest effects in trimmings, new ball fringe, lovely lace bands eighteen inches wide with nar row bands to match. . renceburg, la in the city today. D. F. Walton, of Memphis, was here last week. , Henry Morton, of Tracy City, was here Sunday. Atkeisson. ' E. W. Taylor, of Owensboro, Ky is . nere. Duke Brown, Cleave Esl;ew, Frank and Mary Fite, Virgle and Lora Constable W. J. Goad Is in Nashville Brown' HaMl Shaw' W':Us Brown, j Newest Styles in Ladies and Misses Pumps, Ox fords and SUppers in Patent Leather -Velvets, Suedes and all Leathers , on business. i Mrs. Roy Clark and son have return- Marvin Picard, Royal Sargent, Cen tury Mines; Janie, Irene and Will Mr. and Mrs. Webb Turner, of Nash ville, spent Sunday here. G. W. StegalL of Tullahoma, spent returned ; Sunday with Columbia friends. Miss Hattie Wilson, of Nashville, Is here on a visit to Mrs. J. B. Wilkin. I.Ir. and Mrs. J. J. Miller, of Elk-j Irvine Joyce has returned from a frood, Ala., are hero. J three months business trip to Tusca- -Tudge J. Trim McKnlght has re-'loosa, Ala. turned from Lewlsburg. j William Barker and Louis Loeb left lYaitk G. Longham, of the North ! Saturday for a prospecting trip jrufciern insurance Co., is In the city. -through Texas. .-uib. juuHoew wu ii uus) mora- p Godwin, Will and Ella Fester, Miss ing for Sewanee. j pL-i.. i. ..IRatUe, Mr. Darks, Mr. Joues, Mr. Mc- WUliam Fry, of Nashville, spent' J-S. Perry, of Portland, Ore. is vis-. ' Nlcho80n d Mr Rnn.v t S friends and relatives in Colum- wicnoison, and Mr. Sunday with home folks. 1 . ,.ni tr w j walker. ota. - Patton Pugh, of El Paso, Texas, is ' Washington Reception. visiting his sister, Mrs. J. C. Hicks. ; in West End. i Minn Mnnda Daklov hits mtumed : from a visit to friends and relatives friend" an e,egaat "oepUonWednes- aay evening at tne nome or is. r. lov- The young ladies of the Bigbyville vicinity tendered their young men ell. Sr. The entertainment was in the W. T. Patterson, now of Florence, Ala., Is visiting old friends in Col urn Ma. Mra. W. S. Kellar has returned to Mrs. B. D. Heath has returned to Charlotte, N. C, after a visit to her mother, Mrs. P. C. Haley. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Mayos, of Montgomery, after visiting friends Jn Georgia, are visiting the family of Mr. Columbia. Major Tom Noodles' has returned fro n a viMt to his father, Rev. W. T. Crrden. in Montgomery county. Miss May Burns is out from Bel fccoat College for a few days. She will return to Nashville Thursday morn log. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson, of Nashville, are in Columbia. Mr. Rich ardson is the lease of the State farm, where the juvenile reformatory is to be located. Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Zeltler, of Ifooresville, Ala, have returned after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Bascom B. Be gen. E. O. Shelton has returned from St Louis. Mr and Mrs. B. E. Regen have re turned from Nashville. Utas In Miller and Mrs. A. A. Bcrugga, of Brewton, Ahu, are vis- Jtic; friends and relatives In Colum and Mrs. Austin Harlan. Mrs. Joe Lee and two children, of of Hartsvirie, are visiting Mrs. Lee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Voss. Mrs. Ed Church and daughter left Sunday night for Mobile to spend sev eral days with Mr. Church, who Is there for treatment J. R. Martin, of Humboldt, Is visit ing relatives here. Miss Frances Carden, of Santo, is visiting friends at Bigbyville. Mrs. W. H. Bell has returned from a visit to relatives in Waverly Place at Nashville. Mrs. R. S. Perry and children are visiting in Mt Pleasant Buck Howard left today for a bus iness trip through Georgia. in Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Ijiwranen Rtnhron are visiting their parents, Mr. and nature of a GeorgeWashtagton birth Mrs J T Fly 1 observation. The parlor and din- T.' W. Rallias returned to his home !ln m, " MroP d6C0rat" ln this county, after a month spent ln; M,fl 'ortiino teBing and con- Texas and other western states. j" T "om. Mrs. G. O. Fox and children ravelwhI:h w88 'oUowed by refreshments; in mree courses, wnicn were saiaas, ! The following were present: Mack Williamson, of Nashville; Charles S. , Thomas, William Maxwell. Harry Maxwell, J. Bingham Sowell, James M. ! In Our Men's Department New shipment of Neckwear received today. All sorts of stylish shapes in the new Crossett Oxfords, look them over, $4.00 to $8.00. Spring styles in Knox and Beacon Hats, $3.00 and $5.00. returned to Bryants Station, after ai visit to Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Fox. Mrs. R. F. Moore, Mrs. James Sow ell and Misses Rachael Moore and'i Annie Baker Jones left today for a month's stay in Florida. Mrs. H. G. Kittrell, of Mt Pleas ant has joined her husband In Nash- Ghina and Japan Matting, new line ready for your inspection. New Velvet and Axminster Rugs. Our dressmaker (Mrs. Custer) now in Chicago attend i ng the Dressmakers Association is expected back Monday, March 7th. Ladies who desire to make engagements and secure first service will please leave- their names at the office. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OUR STORE. Sowell, James Craig, Lowery Cralg, hyacinths and feathery ferns. From program for the afternoon consisted Kenneth Lovell, Clyde Lovell, Ernest handsome services fruit salad, tea and of two stories The Boy That' Was Scared Dying by Miss Carrie E. Smith Why the Evergreen Trees Keep Their Leaves by Mrs. F. C. Boardman and a talk on story telling by Miss Wilkin . The next meeting will be -on the third Tuesday in March at the Elk's Club at 4 o'clock. . Giddens, Walker Erwin, Austin Nix, sandwiches were dispensed. Mrs. Norvell was handsomely cos- Prof. Joseph A. Matthews, John Petty, turned in black crepe de chene, finish- Amos Matthews, Kirk Ward, and with hand embroidery and an Iiiah Misses Annie M. SowelL Frances M. . lac Tftke and her flowers were laven- Carden, of Sango; Mamie Lovell, Edna der orchids and lilies of the valley. Lovell, Sallie Matthews, Inex R. Miss Lipscomb was beautiful in a Moore, Nellie Maxwell, Annie Max- costume of black marquisette over rlllA. where tin In flnnlRtnnt in the : .,.- .... , , j Walter T. Gldcomb, Howard T. Perry, Cumberland Valley National Bank.! ....... . Mr. Kittrell was formerly connected with a bank in Mt. Pleasant Mrs. E. L. Gregory has left for a vis it to her daughter in Nashville, and" will soon go to Lawton, Okla., where her husband is editor of the Lawton 'Daily News. Mrs. Gregory recently resigned the postmastershlp Pleasant at Mt CORN PLANTERS J. L Case Disc Corn Planters, accu- John T. Akin, president of the Bank . rate droD: C4n dr0 number of of Hampshire, was in town today. jS"1" from 1 to 4 in a hiU; drill or R. M. William is la Birmingham oa i cneck- it Street, Martin t Vaughaa Co. well, Mary M. Thomas, Mary Morris Pale green satin, trimmed with white Hoin. m iuion al. business. John T. I Woo ten and Jeff Duggerj jbave returned from New York City You Can't Get Anywhere Unless You Start THAT'S A FACT. If you expect to lay by anything for a raiuy day you must make a start. If you expect to escape from the racking cares that come from the want of money you must begin at some time to lay up something. A bank account in a good bank THIS BANK offers you the best means of making a start toward inde pend'-nce, and if you haven't a Bank Account now, the most important business you can have 'is to START a Bank account NOW. Start it with us. A DOLLAR WILL DO TO START WITH We pay interest on Savings and we give your regular Banking business the best of care and attention. COLUMBIA SAVINGS & TRUST CO. c AROUND TOWN. fi FOR SALE Three very desirable hots for $2,500.00, extension West , Seventh. $2,500.00, J. A. SLOAN. 72tw2mo ! FOR SALE Rhode Istnnd Red Eggs, 17 for $1.00; pure blood. "tV H. LOVELL, Santa Fe, Tenn. 2 St j Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Estes have moved to their home on the Mt Pieas !ant pike, known as the Everett 'place, which Mr. Estes recently pur chased from T. A. Watson. j The best $100.00 Buggy ever sold in Columbia or elsewhere. It Street, Martin ft Vaughan. , Columbia Masonic Lodge will hold the stated meeting for March in their lodge rooms tonight Oakes and Nichols have added a handsome pall bearers coach to their undertaking equipment All the members of the Odd FeHuws J Lodge" are earnestly requested o be present at the meeting next Tuesday night, as there is some especially Im portant business to transact that win come before the lodge. Saunders, Lula Gidcomb and Lena lce touches of gold, and her Sow Cayce. "Jers were roses. s.. j Miss Hardy was lovely in an import- Tea For Bridea-Eiaet. ed cream lingerie creation elaborately Beautiful in all its arrangements Band embroidered, and finished with and one of the most charming of the &n t,n bowa Her flowers were pre-Lenten social events in Nashville plnk ro,ea- was the tea Monday afternoon Allison appeared in a black silk by Mrs. W. E. Norvell to compliment reception toilette with touches of two brides-elect of the spring. Miss Ped lace". Frances Hardy, of Columbia, and Miss ' M L,pcomb received in a Mack Margaret Lipscomb, whose approach- mir1ulaeUe' combined with Duchess lag weddings axe events of macb so- ,ace and Jet dal interest The reception hours Mrt- Hajr4y wo 'Mack crepe de were from 4 to 6 o'clock and the guest cnene, braided and finished in black list numbered 150, including young lace- eiris with a limited comnany of the MlM WM fowned in a pale blue married element who are especial creP de chene, trimmed with hand friends of the two attractive honor ,ome embroidery, Iriah lace and motfs gueBts. iof S,a- Nashville Banner of Monday Mrs. Frederick Hardy, of Columbia, Feb- 7 and Mrs. James S. Lipscomb, the mothers of the honorees, received with Farlss-Hoppsr. them and Mrs. Norvell and also as- Cards have been received here an slsting were Mrs. T. "p. Allison, Miss nouncing the engagement and ap Minnie Fry, of Columbia, Miss Mary proachlng marriage of Miss Anne Linda Manier and Miss Katharine Elizabeth Hopper to Charles Bjford Lewis. Mrs. Cranberry Jackson and Far!ss, formerly of this city. The Mrs. Alex Caldwell presided at the wedding will take place In Oklaho servlng table, ma C'ty where both parties now re- The effective house decorations in- side on March 7. Mr. and Mrs. Fariss eluded a wealth of fiift flowers. Pink will then leave for a visit to Mt. and roses predominated in the parlor and Mrs. H. P. Fariss, In Columbia. Mr. daffodils in the library, and !n the din- Fariss Is a son cf Mr. and Mrs. II. F. ing room the colors artistically used Fariss and was reared in Columbia were the bridal white and green. , where he has many friends. The table was veiled with Venltian ' a) - lace and in the center a wicker has- The Story Tellers, ket ornamented with a bow of green The Story-Teller's League held illusion, contained a graceful arrange- their regular monthly meeting Tues- aent of white carnations and Roman day, Feb. 21 at the Elk's Club. Tbe The Home Mission Society of the First Baptist church will hold its annual missionary rally at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the church. All the societies of the church will be represented and will have representatives on the program. The offering on this occasion will be for the benefit of home missions. This is the beginning of the week ot prayer service held by the missiona ry society and next week, beginning Tuesday at three o'clock and at the same hour Wednesday, Than day and Friday. Hygeno tne great disinfectant for hogs, sheep and cattle and poultry. It Street, Martin ft Vaughan Co. CASE OF TUCKER VS. PHOSPHATE CO. SEVERAL MOTIONS FOR NEW TRI ALS ENTERED IN THE CIR CUIT COURT. The time of the circuit court is taken up with the trial of the caae of J. S, Tucker va the Indepenifent Phosphate Co. for breach of promise. Motions for new trials - entered In the circuit court today are: Hanon vs. L ft N. Railroad, by the defend ant; Flem Thomas vs. L. ft N. Kan road Co, by the defendant; W. J. Moore vs. Ripley Steele, by the defendant