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TMfc "OUUMetA HERALD.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1911.
:j .4, 1 ? t I ft ' 'n m 1 1- if 4'. i, III: J i1 v, 1 'M 1 ft J i i Is.- ! . " ' 1-1 rJs l '!!! in i Shoes to Please Must Fit the Feet THAT'S the strong point re garding our New Fall Shoes. Ycu don't have to break them in. They're made with a just re gard for the shape of the foot. Combine style, comfort and elegance at price that fit your pocket book. Among the becoming new styles are gun metal calf and dullkid boots with craven ette tops Tans for street wear. Patents for evening. $3.50 to $5.00 We are agents lor Grover's Soft Shoes tor tender teet. Evans, Parker & Moore L EXPERT SHOERS s j it 6 Ut - . ft - Vl'Nt 'ON . it V i '-, '' .. f-8l tff. 4 4' -S Robert C. Ewing and George E McKenuon are fishing oa the placid Duck today. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walker lave returned from Dallas, Texas, and are In Columbia for the present Mrs. Julia Shields left this morn' ing for a visit to Nashville. She will see the Cnocolate Soldier while In the city. Col. Joseph L. Hutton, the owner or Saturn and Great Jupiter, is in Nash ville today acquiring valuable farm ing information for dissemination among his friends. J. S. Rushton, who is traveling for L. Jonas, of Nashville, spent the first of the week with home folks in Co lumbia. John W. Jackson, J. W. Shalton and several others left today at one o'clock for a two dayB' fish and hunt down the river. Allan B. Harlan, who has been in Spain for several months buying fine jacks for importation, will return to his home tomorrow or Sunday. J. W. Bishop, of Pine Bluff, ArJr., Is here. Mr. Bishop will be remember ed as the manager of 'the Harris & Cole Bros business here several years ago. Mrs. S. F. Hooper, of Springeflld, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chas. G. Sims, on South High street. Mrs. James D. Richardson, Jr., is visiting Mrs. Rebecca McLemor. Miss Emma Frierson is visiting Miss Annie Stephenson, of Zion. Miss Annie Wilkes, of Culleoka, is here today. Mrs. Thomas II, Peebles and son, Thomas H., Jr., came in from their country home at Campbell's Station today and will spend the day with Mrs. Ernes- 13. McLemore. Mrs. Alford and family, "of Culleo oka, have moved to the Dale resi dence on West Sixth street. George T. Hughes and E. H. Hatch er went to Nashville this morning on legal business. Mrs. H. G. Evans, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hatcher, has gone to Faulkner Springs for ten days. inmri rnnM ni n bAVtl MUffl ULU HISTORIC PISGAH CHURCH PRESENTED THE FIRST METHODIST EDIFICE SOUTH OF DUCK RIVER FUR NISHES WOOD. ACCFP1ED BUMP K LGO Speech of Presentation is Made by J. I. Finney, Editor of The Herald Will Be Placed in Archives of the Tennessee Conference. An interesting event of the morn ing session of the Methodist Confer ence today was the presentation of 'a gavel from the first Methodist ' church building ever erected south of Duck river. The gavel was made from a piece of timber from the church at old Pisgah near Hampsnire , which was founded by John Akin in j 1807. The gavel was presented by J. I. Finney, editor of The Herald, and was accepted by Bishop Kilgo In be half of the conference in a feeling response. The gavel was fashioned from the timber by the Vaughan Manufactur ing Company of this city. In pre senting the gavel, Mr. Finney said: "When the hardy pioneers blazed a pathway through the trackless wil derness from the Appalachian moun tains westward there accompanied' them often with rifle in one hand and Bible in the other, the Methodist preachers. They were frequently the first and always among the first, spir itual comforters of the new settlers. No hardships were too great to deter them; no privations so severe that they were not overcome in their zeal to carry the gospel to every corner of the new and wonderful land. 1 "Too much could not be said in ' praise of the hardy Methodist pioneer preachers who braved every danger and willingly submitted to every sac- 1 M aury Dry Goods Company Everything That's New For Fall and Winter In This Ad All of It Good, Much of It Specially Priced. Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits, Dresses, Cloaks and Shirt Waists Zt You will find what you want here in a Tailored -Suit, whether you may want a plain tailored garment or one elaborately tri ntned, in Serges Diagonals, Cheviots and deep toned novelties. 'Special Suits We are showing many different styles and colors and popular prices. Suits that are worth one fourth to one third more, $10.05, $15.95 and $1095. ' : :." 'C : This is to be the Banner Coat Season. No Matter what kind of coat you want, whether a lightweight serge, mix ture or a heavy fur coat we can supply your wants and the prices are right. Special Values in Ladies' and Misses' $10 00 and $15.00. Cloaks at $7.50, More New Skirts are added to our Jargc s!;irt stock, the new ones are Corduory nnd Mixtures. Latest styles at $4.00, S5 0') aua $6 00. Ladies' Waists Ladies' Waists in silk. co;ton and lace, $1.00 to $7.50. ooro, Is the guest of Mrs. J. Sr.tlton iiobinsou. Misses Mary and Aildie Rainey saw the Chocolate Soldier in Nashville Saturday. . Miss Lillian Kinzgr has rettu ned to Santa Fe, after visiting relatives in the city. . ' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carpenter, of Nashville, spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Dinwiddle. . j Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Wheeler, of Rutland, Vt, are visiting Col. and Mrs. J. F. Brownlow. AH. ft. OIUIIBBUWI, Ul lDU.il.C, rlflce that jjjg cauge of ,.5 ghould spent Sunday with his son at the Co- trIumph ln the new world The lumbia Military Academy. church had its birth in humble sur- Mr. and Mrs. Will Dale, Jr., saw roundings. Its first successful ap the Chocolate Soldier at the Vendcme peaig were to the lonely and the op Saturday night in Nashville. , pressed and it is not strange there Miss Orlean Martin, of Nashville, fore that Its message should have spent the week end with her aunt, taken strong and deep hold upon the Mrs. John Leonhard Nelson, at Cul- brave and simple men who settled leoka. this country. In the early days of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Sparrow and this territory Methodism literally children have returned from New spread like wild fire, and converts York City where they have beer, for were made wherever the smoke 1 the past two weeks. marked a new clearing. Of intense Messrs. J. A. Smiser, Thos. H. Pee- loyalty, great bravery, and simple ble and W. C Salmon are in Nash- faith the founders of Methodism in ville attending the court of chancery the wilderness were fit leaders of a appeals and the federal court. great people, a people who were to Judge and Mrs. Sam Holding and leave their impress forever upon the daughter, Eleanor, went to Nashville history of a splendid land. Saturday and saw the Chocolate Sol- "First among this devoted band to dier. come to the country South of Luck F. S. Woldridge, of New York, river was John Akin, whose religious spent Sunday with his brother, Dr. fervor and deep devotion led him to W. P. Woldridge, and family. leave his comfortable Carolina home Mr. and Mrs. Meade Frierson wit- that he might bring the comfort of nessed the performance of the Choc- his faith to the settlements in vhat olate Soldier in Nashville Saturday are now Maury, Lawrence, Lewis and night. 1 , . Wtiyne counties. Early in the last The Misses Newman, of Huntsville, century he began his ministrations Ala., arrived in Columbia Saturday that were destined to result in ths es- and entered Columbia Institute this tablishment of the first church 01' his morning. faith in all this section. One hun- Misses Mary and Rebecca Carpen- dred and three years ago a band of ter were aming the Columbians that devout, followers of the great Wesley, MILLINERY DEPARTMENT The public put its stamp of approval upon this new -cepartment from the first. We are all busy from early morning till late at night in our workrooms and salerooiLs. We have made a special effort to give you the latest styles in Hats at moderate prices. Charming models with all the clever touches which characterizes hats from abroad. Special Prices on Street Hats at $4.00, $5.00 and $7.50 Model Hats at $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00. Hi y- Clfrtf fa in Xash- attracted by the simple eloquence- of Akin and moved by the intense relig ious fervor characteristic of the time, assembled at Pisgah Hill on the saw tne (Jiiocoiate bouner ville Saturday night. Mrs. George E. McKennon is in Nashville today on a visit to her daughter, Miss Mary McKennon, who western borders of this county, where is in school at Belmont College. the hills catch the last rays of the Mr. and Mrs. Will Newman,' of setting sun, and there erected and Huntsville, Ala., came through the forever dedicated to Almighty God, a country in their automobile Saturday Methodist church, and for more-than and brought their daughters and n- a century that church has proven a tered them In Columbia Institute to- blessing to the community and a ben- Miss Laura Briehtman. of Haynes-:day. ediction and means of salvation to ville, Ala., arrived Friday afternoon Dr. 'vV. A. Smith left this afternoon the hundreds who have lived within and is the guest of Miss Ruth Flem- j for Murfreesboro to attend reunion the sphere of its influence. Inanity ing until Moday morning when she of Confederate Veterans. From there alone can measure the great harvest will enter Columbia Institute. ;he will go on to Chattanooga to at- eternal that has been gatlu-red Mrs. W. T. Erwln ha8 returned tend the grand lodge of Masons. through the Instrumentality of that home after a delightful visit of a Miss Maude Cummins, of Fayette- man and his great labors, month to relatives ln Atlanta and Ce- Tille, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. B. "The people of that community dartown, Ga., and Chattanooga and Cummins. now, decades after his ashes have FALL AND WINTER FOOTWEAR For Men, Women and Children, Boys and Girls. All the late styles in Fall and Winter Footwear are here. Good dependable Footwear at popular prices. Queen Quality The famous shoe for women. They fit where others fail. The new styles were never so stylish or pretty. The new leath ers in gun metal, tans. Russia, vici, patent leathers, cravanett and satin. Prices are $3.00, $3.50 and $4 00. Special line of Ladies' Shoes at $2.00 and $2.50. Children's Dress and School Shoes at $1.00. $1.50, $1 75. $2 00 and up. Orossette Shoos for meu 'in ikes" life's walk easy, $4 00 per pair Abbott $3 50 per pair. First Shipment of Sweaters, Toques, Aviator Caps are now in. Sweaters for Ladies. Children, boys and Gents. YOo Aih ALWAYS WKLCOMd H i OL OR, bold upon all classes and conditions of life. Its power has been felt in ev ery strata of society. There is some thing in its doctrine and polity which appeals to men of all classes. Its record is one that typifies the Fath erhood of God and the universal brotherhood of man. But we of this day and time who boast our millions of members and hundreds of millions of wealth; of our towering edifices; our magnificently . endowed institu tions of learning; of our material as sets which almost beggar computa- BORNE FRUIT EIGHTY YEARS AN APPLE TREE ON THE PLACE OF JEFF SMITH AT CULLEOKA. Belle Buckle, Tenn. Master Jack Carpenter and .little Miss Rachel Carpenter, of Nashville, are visiting their grand parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Dinwiddle. Tom Blair, of Nashville, is In the t. Hugh Shelton has returned to Leb anon. J. A. Crowe, of Rally Hill, was in Columbia today. John Akin, of Hampshire, was ln Columbia today. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Aydelotte have returned from Nashville. A. W. Brant, of Nashville, spent Sunday with his family. Miss Brownie Giddens spent Sun day with relatives ln Culleoka. . J. B. McLemore, of Nashville, spent Sunday with his family ln Columbia. Mrs. James A. Long and daughter, mingled with the dust wher he Mamie D.., of Springfield,, are visiiing preached, reflect ,ln their' Hves the Mr. and Mrs. Jim' Andrews. power of his work. No where in all Felix Ellett, of Mt Pleasant, was this land Is there to be found a citi here today with his six year old son zenship of superior worth, of more in consultation with Dr. Pillow re- loyal devotion to civic righteousness, garding the little boy. of truer faith or greater fidelity to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seay and little truth and lionor than live withi-i the daughter, Frances, will go to Law- sphere of influence of old Pisgah renceburg Friday to visit M. Seay's church. It is a God fearing, God mother. serving community. A community Mrs. H. D. Harkreader, of Nash- where the people read their Bible and ville, came out Tuesday to attend the believe its divine message; where Allen-Hodge wedding Tuesday at they go to church and make an hon high noon. She will remain over ln est effort to do justice to their fel Columbia until Friday. low man; where the people share J. C. Ragland, advance man for without complaint the burdens of cit "The Echo," one of the largest ntusi- lzeoshlp, obey the law and grateful- cal comedies on the road, was here y acknowledge the supremacy on the : today and closed final arrangements One and Only God. ( for his show which appears here on "The chief glory of Methodism lies B. Krause, 30fl Walnut ave., Altoona, The publication of the story tbout the Kentucky apple tree that has been bearing for seventy years with out intermission has attracted the at tention of Culleoka readers, and it is tion, can never appreciate nor meas-, said that Jeff Smith, who lives at that ure tne aeDt wnicn we owe to simple piace has a tree In his orchard that men of faith, of courage and of devo- was put out bv hIg father and ha(J tion to duty, like John Akin. The never been known to produce a srlen flnite mind cannot calculate the did yield of fruit for eighty years blessing which men like him and This is a better term than the Ken churches that they founded have been tucky tree and only shows that Maury to this world. ; county 1b equal t0 thfl be8t q "From this old church building growing, near th&'"pot where 'the ashes of. John Akin are now dust, I bring to this conference a gavel. And may he A Bpec,fic for Pala-Dr. Thomas' who wields it have that gift from on Electrlc 011 strongest, cheapest lini High which so moved those noble ment 6Ter deTllel. A hausehold men of old; may it prove an inspira-j Temedy 111 Amerfca 25 years, tion to all th9 members of this con- . - ference and teach them to revere the NT? W HDCCC TUf A If l.'ves of whose deeds are worthy of highest emulation and teach us all anew the great lesson of life and truths of eternity which they learned and exemplified." Mitchell & NeviUe have opened up a dressmaking and general work par lors over the J. Rosenthal Co., end I have been somewhat costive, but . are now ready to do business. All Doan's Regulets gave Just the re- j customers will be given the bet at suits desired. They act mildly andtentIon n,l the patronage of our regulate the bowels perfectly." Qoo. 1 "'lends Is solicited $ AfiOUNS TOWN. t'Z S C e &t33fte9:v I Mr. and Mrs. Vi. II. Boardman are receiving congratulations over the ar rival of a little baby girl. The homes of C. D. Park and Gas Watson on South Main street are be ing remodeled Farmers get new Economy Wheat seed at Callender & Co., It Any skin Itching Is a temper test er. The more you scratch, the worse it Itches. Doan's Ointment cures piles, eczeman any skin Itching At all drugstores A. H. Shields, Jr., who has been conected with a western road for several months has resigned his po sition and accepted a position with the Century Phosphate Co. One good second hand rubber tired top buggy. Street, Martin & Vaughan Co F. A. Shelton, who for a number ot years was with Bogatzky & Bauman, but later with an insurance company, has accepted his old position and is back with this popular clothing rm. Nashville Tonn rtfflna f rviiwtnr ING PARLORS Internal Rvenue, October 11, 1911- -wn Monaay, October 23rd at u o'clock a. m., at the South door of the Court House at Columbia, Tenn., I will sell to the highest bidder for Miss Lena B. Smith, of Murfrees- the ISth of this mont. In the fact that It has been able to lay P- 7J6t ftw MART MITCHELL, E3TELLE NEVILLE cash one three-year-old horse nule, which has been forfeited to the Unit ed States under provisions of secJon 3460 Revised Satutes. CHESTER CLARK, Deputy Collector. It