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TMt COLUMBIA MEKAlD. FWOAY, AUGUST ft 1113.
WORK BEGINS ON BOARD OF TKAut RAILROAD DEPOT DOWN ATCULLEOKA WATERWORKS BONDS SOCIETY. SSUANCE ? complimentary. One of fit no tices follows: Friday evening at the home of his mother, 16 Bast Side Flats, Mante. Marion Thomas gave a prgram entire ly without notes, a demonstration WHEN FINISHED EVIDENCES OF j MATTER PLACED IN A DEFINITE tuc oavahps OF THE STORM . LIGHT BY RESOLUTION WILL BE GONE. PASSED. Misses Sowed Entertain. Misses lone and Irene Sowell en tertained twenty-four young ladles tnat ne had successfully passed the Thursday afternoon to compliment nr8t grade which usually is aocom- their house guest, Miss Carrie Gates pushed In, a year's time. He, howev- Scobey, of Franklin. er covered the ground in seven 1 months. The program was exceed- Misaes Jones Entertain at Rook. mgy varied for a beginner's recital Misses Mary and Nannie Jones en- anj waa given with the utmost ease tertained with a rook party In honor Dy the vouthful performer. Every ...., rimeum Bl PE DDIf E IT CHI 111111 of thelr C0UBln' Mrs- Poole- of Texa"- piece was given with unusual aceura OTHER BIIIIDINUS rlNloHtU rLAttO mil ill MU.UUU Krappe was served by Miss Crystabel cy, the performer showing" an inter Poole, uainty ices were servea at pretatlon and attack quite beyond the Anxious That Water Plant 8hould Be the concluBion 0f a spirited game. ordinary novice. The opening duct Improved But Is Opposed to Paying handled wUh perfflct - they An Exhorbitant Figure for the Pree- 0way.piflfl. readUy went from tne Moderato to ent Pant a marriage of much interest was tne more 8pirtted Allegretto, then into that of Miss Maggie Josephine Plgg the Andante, sighing with broken The Interest in the proposed bond and Donnell Marion Galloway at the triplets with great conception, issue by the city for the purchase of reBiaence 0f Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Plgg, Annle Laurie," a Pianissimo An- the water works took on an added at Water valley, at 6 o'clock Thurs- ., Hvn muoh r.imr ah of the solos were faultlessly si en. of Trade took cognizance of the prop- The ceremony was pronounced in DUt he starred in the little Schumann osltloo. an impressive manner by Rev. W. H. gem( xhe Happy Farmer." The ring At a meeting or tne directors at Gilbert, pastor of the Methodist of joy wa8 80 pronounced everybody Immediately caught the infection, also in his last Culleoka Produce Company in Hand somer and Larger Quarters Than Ever, and Smith Brothers Com mence Business Again. Work on the new station for the Loulsvile & Nashville Railroad at Cul lonkn will commence this week. The surveyors, have already been busy interest this morning when the Board day evening laying out the ground and the grad lng has been finished. The station will take the place of the one destroy ed in the great storm of March 13 last. The new station will be a much handsomer affair than the old one and it will be very much larger and more convenient. The grade ap- nroaching the station will be reduced and the around all around on the i chase price at $50,000 west side will be leveled. The roof will be of tile and the building will be quite ornate Smith Bros, have also finished their , proposition to purchase the water new store house on the site of the! plant of the Columbia Water & Light od one. They also contemplate put- Company, the same to be operated the Maury Nationa Balnk at 10 o'clock cnurch at Santa Fe. the matter was brought up for con- after tne ceremony the couple made selection, Prieie Du Matin, "A Morn- sideratlon and a resolution enaorsing the trip of twenty-two miles from ing prayer," he kept the matin ring- the issuance under certain conditions santa Fe to the home of the groom's jng ciettriy an)j at the same time pre- was adopted. These resolutions de- mother near Glendale in an automo- served perfectly the theme contain- prived the matter of a part of its in- Dne( where asr Informal supper was ing the prayer, showing by different definite phase In that It set the pur- Berved to the wedding party. Dasazes the different moods of those The bride is the daughter of Mr. uttering the prayer. The resolution follows: r. p. pjgg, 0f Water Valley,' The finale, two duets, were strik- Whereas, the board of mayor and js a young lady of rare personal ingiy brilliant, and taken at a very aldermen of Columbia have by ordl- charms and sweetness of character, ranld tempo With the completion of the new nance ordered an election in sam city while the groom is a well known ed- Master Marion come from a musl station there will remain very few 'on Sept. 11 next for the purpose of ucator of the county. He has been Cal family, his father and all of hi evidences of the ravages of the great determining wether or not bonds to the president of the school Improve- uncie8 piay beautifully by ear, and 'are storm at Culleoka. The Culleoka the amount of 1 100,000 or auch part ment' association of the county, has known far and wide as the Thomas Produce Company has already finish- thereof as may be necessary for the made much reputation as a successful Orchestra, ed Its handsome new store house, ' purchase and Improvement of the wa- teacher, and was but recently chosen " . chicken house mill, concrete ware- ter plant of the Columbia Water & as a member of the Central Hlgh,'Ca88 Entertained, house and corn cribs and grauery. Light Company shall be Issued, the School faculty. , Miss Ruble McCandless, one oMh When the packing house Is flnkhed plant to be operated by the said city; j They will make their home with'memDers of Mrs, Elms' Martin's Sun this concern will have replaced every Whereas, the Board of Trade, ever the groom s mother near Glendale. fday 8Chooi cias8 o the First Metho bulldlng that it had before the storm, alive to the welfare of this city, snd v- 4 dUt ,ijurcn entertained the class at And the new buildings are all larger believing that all public utilities Miss Clawson Entertained. j ner home on the Mooresville pike and more conveniently arranged and ( should be owned by the municipal!- ( Miss Louise Clawson, who is the Wednesday afternoon. Games were much moro ornate than the old ones, ties In which they are located, there-: guest of Miss Ethel Keys, of Qross- played and delightful refreshments The store house Is finished with solid fore, .ville, is being highly entertained. were served. Several visitors vert- plate glass front, concrete porch and! Be it resolved, That the Board of .Among the many social functBpns giv- r resent, among the number boing steps, concrete cellar with freight el- Trade does hereby endorse and com-en In her honor was a dinner dance Misses Elizabeth and Ruth Cooper, of evator. mend to the voters of Columbia the j last Tuesday evening. It was a. brll- Holly Springs Miss. liant social event and many out of town guestB were present. Miss Miss Blanche Wilkes is visiting in Keys and Miss Clawson will spend Nashville. the week end with the sister of the Mrs. Callle Parker and daughter former, Mrs J. W. Cooper, of May- are visiting Mrs. George Kirk at Cath land, Tenn. eys Creek. Misses Elizabeth and Ruth Cooper. : ;f Holly Springs, Miss., are visiting Miss Vera Grey, of near Water Mis. Fred Kelsey. Valley, gave a lawn party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Evans Miss Ethel Jordan, of Goodwin, Ark. wni ieave tonight for Chicago and The guests were received by Mr. and other points in the North. Mr. Ev- Mrs. S. E. Grey and Mrs. Arch Ladd, ans will combine pleasure and busl- while Miss Jordan presided at the Desa for during his absence he will punch bowl. In the parlor numerous buy his fall and winter stock, selections werrlven on the piano Mrs. Ed Church and daughter, Al- by Misses Jordan, Harvell and John- loen, have gone to Jackson, Miss., to son; vocal selections by Miss Nlo accompany little Arch Lipscomb to Woolard and little Miss Edna Claire bis home at that place. They will be Mayberry. A dainty Ice course was gone about ten days ' and will visit served on the lawn, which was bril- Hattiesburg and other Mississippi llantly illuminated with Japanese lan- points before returning home, terns. Trose present were, Misses Mrs. Grant Courtrlght, of Nashville, Ethel Jordan, Loula Main Plgg,, Nlo i8 the guest of Mrs. Clay Overton. Woolard, Susie Wren, Mai Johnson, Kate Whiteside, Maggie Gdcomb. j Marie Baker, Archie Harvell, Vera You who require the best and pur- and Minnie Grey. Messrs. Walter est medicine see that you get Foley's Fly, Herbert Neely, John Baker, Honey and Tar Compound In prefer- Enoch Galloway, Clifford Wren, Wes- enc? t0 other for all, coughs, , , . , , , . , , , uiuB, uruu j, milium, Hoarseness, Special to The Herald. j1 and EdaP Woolard, Curtis Wal- tlckHng throat and other ntf. and NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 20. -The tera Ge0- Eugene and Tom lung troubles. It is a strictly high joint legislative convention was held John Gldcomb, Marvin Kinser, grade family medicine, and only ap- on an invitation of the house to H.' Booker, Douglas and Herman rJS&SS.SSLT.S senate to' meet with it for the pur.-K. Francis Blackburn, and Her- reBult and contaIll8 no opiates. A. pose. Speaker White ruled it out of man i'- ting up a small hitch and feed stable at the station for the accommodation under municipal ownership and con trol; porvided the tame can be pur- bf the people from that section who chased at a fair and reasonable val- come to CUumbia by train and whojuatlon; provided further that this - now have no nlace near the station board places $50,000 as the maximum: Mies Jordan Honoree. at which to leave their horses. The price at which It would endorse or stock of aoods for the store is arrlv- recommend the purchase of said ing and will be opened this week The brick residence of Fred W. Beasley is going up rapidly. The barns that were destroyed In the - the Issuance of said $100,000 of bonds storm have practically all been re-, or any part thereof. plant. Unless said plant can be pur chased at $50,000 or less this organi zation is opposed to the purchase or built BR. H. W. VIRGIN COMING SUNDAY AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AT 11 ( O'CLOCK AND FIRST PRES BYTERIAN AT 8 O'CLOCK. Dr. H. W. Virgin, of Jackson, will be here Sunday and will be heard In a sermon at 11 o'clock and at 8 o'clock. The morning service will be held at tho First Baptist church, and Dr. Virgin will conduct the union ser vice at the First Presbyterian church at 8 o'clock at night. The following committee was ap pointed to get out the registration Thursday: S. L. Breaux, Jr., Robt. Harlan, W. W. Evans, U. H. Foster. NASHVILLE SCARE MORE RIDICULOUS REGULARS ONCE MORE GO THROUGH THE FORM OF AN ELECTION. CLOSING FILM NOTED PICTURE THE LAST OF WHAT HAPPENED TO MARY WILL BE 8HOWN AT THE DIXIE. The closing of the series of pic tures of "What Happened to Mary" wll be shown at the Dixie theatre Friday afternoon and night. This se r.es of pictures tells a human Inter est story that has spread and grown !b poulartty as each installment was .iven out by the film people. The (rials and tribulations of an or nan girl, beset by the determination of wicked relations that she should : ct succeed Is told with vividness and accuracy. She finally wins out, how ever, and the last chapter, In which she is gloriously victorious, appears Friday afternoon and night order, but an appeal sustained it 17 t t0 g j Mrs. Thompson Entertains. Regulars then assembled In Joint Mre- w- v- Thompson entertained convention of the two houses of the ln honor of her ue8t8 the Ml88e8 legislature and proceeded, regard less of. the lack of a quorum in either house, to again elect the state board of electlnos, Messrs. Carter, Reich man and Alexander were again put over winners Co the satisfaction of . Mahon-Fitagerald practically all present. Immediate-! In the Padors of the Betnel Hou9e after this election the convention ad.;this a"ernoon at 2 o'clock Miss Val- Journed and each house at once ad- "c R. Ellison, Taylor, Wis., says: "I always use Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and colds because ! find It a sure cure and a safe one." WOLDRID3E CO. (Advt.) Kennedy Fridaynlght. The home was most tastily decorated and a de ightful ice course was served during the evening. Subscribe for The Herald. , jhon, both prominent 19-no young people of the LAND SALE Ed Bailey, next friend, et al Luzlnka Brown, col., et al In the Chancery Court at Columbia, Tennessee. Pursuant to a decree entered in the and popalar aboye Btyled cauBe fct AugUBt senRte will aeain . aasemble at 12:00 uuu Vwvv ul lue o'clock and the house at 11:30. The ' united ,n arriae y E- R- H- 43 at page 105, I will on convention was the result of a caucus uuest- inore were pre8eni a lew friends. After receiving the good Special Term, 1913, on minute book this morning. ACCEPTS A CALL TOLEBANON REV. V. B. COSTELLO AND FAMI LY WILL GO ABOUT OC TOBER FIRST. . " . . " I wisnes or tnose present iney leu ior their home 1n the second district MONDAY, THE 15th DAY OF SEP TEMBER, 1913. WANTED To repair your Gass and Steam Engines, Feed Cutters, Pumps. Any kind of farm machinery ad boiler works. W. W. WALKER MACHINE CO. South Main St. ang20dl4wed-wklT4ti at 12 o'clock noon, at the Court House door lnColumbla, Tennessee, ' sell to the highest bidder, the land To Comnllment Visitors. described in said decree bounded and i Misses Bess(e Lee and Mary Bll- described as follows, to-wit: A tract lington were the charming hostesses of land In the 2nd CivU District of Monday evening at a dance at their Maury County, Tennessee, bounded home In Riverside to compliment on the north by G. W. Mahon; East jMiss Martha Davis, of Nashville, and by Tom Shaw; South by Council jMiss Theresa Aran, of Union City, a&w, and West by G. G. Dortch, con Rev. T. H. Porter, formerly of this the attractive guests of Mrs. Louis tainlng about 10 acres, more or leis. city, has recently resigned the pas- Hughes and Mrs. Mack Martin. TERMS, torate of the Cumberland Presbjte- Dancing was Indulged In until a late Said sale will be made on a credit . . . - v. .1 . ' rf 19 nnrl IS mnntha atpont tho cum .&n church at L.eoanon arter a sue- UUUI wuc" """'"J wuiw a - ies8fi'.l servlco of almost two years, served. He will be bucceeded by another Co- m lumbla minister, Rev. V. P. Costello. Columbia Musician, wba recer'?y came here from near Nashville papers of ML Pleasant. The chanee will lake contained exceedingly Place about the first of October. Mr tlces of a musical recital given by Purchaser, and lien retained to rnd Mrs. Costello have rented the I Master Marion Thomas, formerly of aTe tne W1 of the purchase C. Y. L. annex which will be used as this county, the son of Mr. and Mrs. money. n manu Thv nlan hVA a mart-tori Hnmtnn Thnmas and a eranrionn nf Tbl" tne 22 day Of August. 1913, daughter, Mrs. Lee Jones, and Mr. John A. Thomas. Both of the Sun and Mrs. Jones will also go to Laba- day papers published pictures of the for their home. youth and thei: comment was unusu- Mw Solve the High Cost of Living We will help you; buy where you can get the best values. Make the dollar do full work. If you get the habit of TRADING AT HILL'S You will get the Savings Habit. SUPPOSE YOU TRY IT FOR AWHILE ANYWAY LET US SHOW Y0D FLOUR Grandma's 'Wonder Qfln Floor, 24 lbs. for QUI Grandma's Wonder t EC Flour, 48 lbs. for I.JJ Grandma's Wonder Flour, per bbl. f C AC (in cloth) M.UU Split Silk Flour, 7fA 24 lbs. for.... .fUC Split Silk Flour, fl Jfl 48 lbs for 1 1 .H Split Silk Flour. f C OA per bbl. (in cloth) fJ.LV Self-Rising Flour, Qfln 24 lbs for.... OUt Self Rising Flour, f A 48 lbs. for JI.OU Self-Rising Flour, C AC per bbl. (in cloth) j.0D LARDS Compound Lard C AC fifty lbs. tin lor j.0v) Pure Hog Lard . JC fifty lb. tin for -f.UU 4 lb. tin of Cottulene, Cfln for DUb 10 lb tin of Cottolene, JJ - MEATS Split Silk Hams, AQ. per lb Zuu Nice country Shoulders, taste like ham, 1 1- per lb I fli SUGAR Best Granulated 1 AA Sugar, 30 lbs for . . I ,UU In GOLD. Best granulated (1 AA Sugar 18 lbs for.. fl.UU In silver or paper Best granu lated C AA Sugar 100 lbs for. J.ZU In any old money Lunch Goods Salmon, three cans AC for.... DC Pink Salmon per R E Lee Salmon, per ICa can lull Argo Salmon, per 20C Rock Brand, flat can, AA Red Salmon, for JjC American Sardines, 1A,. thiee cans for yQ Large can Mustard Sar Or dines, three for Z3C French Sardines, dining inA car brand.. JQ Royal Fancy ball Sar AAA dines, per can yQ Marie Elizabeth BonelessOn Sardines, per can ZUC Rex Brand Corned Beef AAA per can ZUC Lunch Tongue per' 2J No i can sliced Chipped 1C Beef 3C No 1 Sliced Chipped AC Beef. ..3C Veal Loaf, two AC r - Z3C Ham Loaf, two AC fr ZDC CoHees Fit For a , King Coffee, fresh roasted, the best Coffee bn the market for the money, OA- per pound JlIC or three and one half pounds for $1.00 Golden Cup Coffee, per AC- pound or four and one half pounds for $100 Royal Blend Coffee, two JC pounds for tJU Belmont Coffee, five fl Ifl pound tins for . U Breads Fresh Breads' every day in the week at 11 o'clock. Luxury Bread, wrapped 1 fi st the bakery, perloaf.. IUv Butter Krust per CA loaf. DC Salt Rising, line mother C used to make, perloaf... uv Mother's Bread, three JJJq Home Made Bread, two Butter Krust Rolls, ten (Jq If ou want the most for the least money, call H.G.HILL GROCERY & BAKING CO, Both Phones 24 T. H. Grizzard, Manager. FROM LEIPER8 CREEK. of $50 which will be required in cash on day of sale. Sale free from the equity of redemption. Notes bearing last Sunday Interest from date of sale with good flattering no- Psreonal security will be required of A. N. AKIN. C. ft M. By MORA B. FAKfSS, D. C. & M. Mrs. John Baker killed a large rat tip snake Wednesday. It measured 4 feet, 6 inches and 8 inches around the body. Allan Walters and Robert Beard, as they were on their way from school, killed another rattler which measured 3 feet in length and 6 inches around the body. The crops are looking well ln this community. We had a good rain here Saturday evening and some wind, but no serious damage done. Mrs. Joe Adkisson has been very sick for some time, but is improving slowly. There was an Ice cream supper at Johnson Chapel Friday night. Jt was for the benefit of the school There is a tent protracted meeting at Fly's with Rev. Going as the pastor. non SubwrttM for The Herald. ROCK CITY CLUB HERE NEXT WEEK LEADERS OF THE CAPITOL CITY WILL PLAY THREE GAMES AT RIVERSIDE The local management has com pleted arrangements with the Uadefl of the Rock City League for three games the coming week. The Bn' ners are well in the lead and brt been putting up a clean game of ball and will doubtless show up well.- the oleal diamond. The Columbia team has not lost game under the new management, and will be on their mettle fo k- ki- ,j .om.ina nnhrut inai 1 11 in 1 cwi u .... a i il. tUa RnrV 1 players. Ths games are to be played day, Wednesday and Thursday