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PERSONAL. I Esq. John M. Davis waa in the city from Spring Hill Monday. Washington P. Russell, Esq., waa in the city today from Carter Creek. Miss Eliza Anderson has returned home after a week's visit to Nash- Miss Mary Embry has returned to Memphis after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Embry. Miss Gertha Thurman, of Lynn ville, was the guest Monday of Mrs. W. S. Fleming, Jr. James T. Moore arrived in the city Saturday evening to spend a few days with his family. William Greenlaw left Sunday evening for Louisville, where be will be connected in the future with the Massengale Advertising Co. Mrs. Jesse C. Ellington has return ed from an extended trip to Georgia. Mrs. George Witt and daughter, MIsb Rachael, of Lynnville, were in Columbia Saturday shopping. Dr. W. B. Ricks left this afternoon for Manchester, where he will spend the next ten days in conducting a re vival. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley B. Embry and baby and Hugh T. Akin, of Nashville, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Embry. , Mrs. E. W. Keck arrived this aft ernoon from New York to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sheldon on West Sixth street A. Luther Thomas, former county court dnrk was In the city from Glendale Monday. Mr. Thomas has just returned from a trip to Florida. Dr. H. N. Shepherd spent Monday In Nashville on professional business. Dr. William H. Kittrell was here from Mt. Pleasant Monday afternoon. Misses Margaret Atwood and Mary Scott were the weekend guests of friends at Glendale. Miss Eugenia Gray has returned from Mt. Pleasant, where she spent the weekend with relatives. John Edward Pace, who has been the guest of friends and relatives at Centreville, is back in the city. Miss Cornelia Edge, of Nashville, has been the guest of Mrs. W. H. GrizEard on West Seventh street. Thos. Craig is spending a few days at his farm A Culleoka. John W. Cecil, of Cross Bridges, pent Wednesday in the city. W. J. Russell, of Willlamsport, was in the city on business Wednesday. Carr Wright, a large coiTee planter and broker, of San Salvador, is the guest of Frank Gillette Smith. , Miss Louise Watklns has gone for a visit to the Panama exposition at San Francisco and will also stop to see the exposition at San Diego. Mrs. Dodd Gillespie, of Thompson Station, was among those from a dis eance who were In attendance at the Pace,-Hlll wedding this morning. M. E. Allen was In Nashville Wed nesday. . ThoB. H. Peebles has returned from Culleoka. Mrs. T. Hardy Park, of Culleoka, Is visiting at Glendale. Squire Allen C. Holt was in Spring Hill on Wednesday. Mrs. William J. Towler and little son are In Nashville. James C. Voorhies was at Thomp son Station Wednesday on legal bus iness. Attorneys Charles P. Hatcher and John H. Dinning spent Wednesday at Spring Hill where they tried a case before Justice John M. Davis. Jake Matthews was here from Lynnville today. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moore, of Culleo ka, are here today. John W. Cecil, of Cross Bridges, was here Wednesday. T. N. Figuers, Jr., went to Mt Pleasant this morning on business Meade Frierson, of Nashville, spent Wednesday here on business. Misses Brownie and Loutle Tomlin son, of Culleoka, were here shopping today. Col. E. H. Hatcher, William J. Tow ler and Thos. B. Forgey are in Nash ville today. Mrs. J. F. Nicholson and Mrs. W. Spence McFall were in Nashville on Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Gray, of Franklin, was among those who attended the Pace Hill wedding Wednesday. Mrs. Russell Estes, of Mt. Pleasant, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ethelbert Nichols. Misses Elisabeth Russell and. An nie Baker Jones were here from Wil llamsport Wednesday afternoon. Misses Elisabeth Russell and Annie Baker Jones, of Willlamsport who have been the most attractive visit ors of Mrs. P. H. Faucett have re turned to their homes. 2 SOCIETY. ! Maury Club dance at Mt Pleasant Friday evening. The dance waa a most enjoyable affair, which was par ticipated in by a large number, The floor was crowded with swaying dancers from 9 to 1 o'clock. Among those from Columbia were Misses Marie Brownlow, Leonora Williamson, Leila Harrison, Frank Montgomery, Annie Turner Sheegog, Charlotte Hughes', Luclle Robinson, and Mrs. James , Dedman; Provine Greenlaw, Glrard Brownlow, Clar ence and Carlton Fry, James Suddoth, lAFayette Hagey and Herbert Dyer. J. I. Case Two-Horse Corn Planters Half the crop is In the drop. Don't fail to see the Case. Street Martin ft Vaoghan Co. ' It Subscribe for The Herat. For Miss Mamie Hill. To compliment Miss Mamie Hill, a bride of next week, the Philathea Class of the Garden street Presbyte rian church entertained with an "Irish Shower" Thursday afternoon at the home of the Misses Alford on Sixth street ' The St Patrick idea was carried out both in decorations and refresh ments. The decorations were potted plants, green festooning, green can dles and Shamrock stencil designs. Appropriate contests on Shamrock bookelts were pleasing features of the evening. To the strains of "Tipperary," Mas ter Raymond Adklsson dressed in military attire marched to Miss Hill and presented to her a knapsack full of dainty and useful gifts. The sou venirs were hand-painted cards on which were written a parody on "Tip perary." At six o'clock a delicious salad course was served. For Mr. Dinning' S. S. Class. On Thursday evening, March 4, from 8:30 to 11 o'clock, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dinning was opened in honor of the forty young men who are members of his Sunday school class of the First Methodist church of this city, and their young lady friends. These eighty young people were greeted in the reception rooms by the host and hostess, and by Mrs. Elma Martin, who claims many of the for ty young ladles as members of her Sunday school class. Later the young people were shown up to the library and conservatory by T. N. Flguers and the young sons of Mr. Dinning, where coffee and sandwiches were graciously served by Miss Emma Claire Moore, assisted by Misses Leah and Eugenia Sharp and Chealrs Figuers, host of the library. Here Miss Margaret Turner engaged the young people in a most unique game of her own composition, which was arranged in pink, and had been work ed out all its details by Miss Turner to conform to the color scheme , of those rooms. The answers to the forty questions of this contest involved the names of the young men of Mr. Dinning's class and the inspiration of the sub ject of this Intellectual contest prov ed so successful that the prize design ed for the winner was distributed among the fair contetsants by Miss Annie Mai Orr, with characteristic grace. The young. ladies made a ra diantly beautiful picture as they de scended the stairs, carrying their pink prize carnations. In the drawing room below, Misses Ashton and Hinman, both of the Co lumbia Institute, assisted by Miss Emma Claire Moore, rendered a choice musical program. The voice numbers of Mrs. Clarence Harmon and Miss Mary Cooper Boyd , were much enjoyed, and the male chorus added much to the pleasure of the evening. By special request, little Misses Frances Page and Wilmoth Dinning gave each a solo number. Later, these little maidens passed bon bons in the dining room, where an ice course was served, carrying out in detail the color scheme of the lower floo:. Misses Margaret Turner and Margaret Page presided at the center table, out the decorated cakes, which harmonized in color with the cut flowers at table and sideboard. The influence of this earnest body of young men Is proving a " potent force for good in the community, and together with the hearty co-operation of the young ladies of the church many of whom were their guests for the evening, they are becoming more and more an Inspiration to the whole church. For Miss Hill and Mr. Pace. , On Monday evening at 7 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Sloan entertain ed at a beautifully appointed dinner in honor of Miss Mamie Hill and John Edward Pace, whose wedding will be solemnized in the morning. Covers were laid for eight, and a most tempting five course menu was served, the color note of white and green being observed throughout the menu. Informal Dance at Century Club. A number of the members of the Century Club enoyed a short and In formal dance in the ball room Mon day evening. A large Victrola fur nished the music for the dancers.' Among those dancing were Miss Anna Turner Sheegog and Herbert Dyer, Miss Charlotte Hughes and Lewis Amis, Miss Imogene Barrow and Capt. Roy Erwin, Miss Leonora Williamson and George Sloan, Miss Marie Brownlow and Reese Amis The chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. William Evans, Misa Rebecca Carpen ter, Mrs. Fred Kelsey and Mrs. Mar tin. . Dance at Maury Club. There, waa a large attendance from the social element of Colombia at the at the home of Mrs, J. S. Hester. t pany I Maury Dry Goods; Com Heady in Evory Department of this Big Store With all the fewest Styles in crchandiGC for Spring 1915 For Misses Hill and Moore. For Misses Mamie Hill and Marie Moore, brides of this and next month, Mrs. Russell Estes gave a charming-! ly Informal bridge party this after- j noon at 3 o'clock at the home of her MAtkn. Ma Dnhavt T.1 HnVirla A IIP. UlflUCii nil a. 1VUUC1 b i.jtivr. " j - tion was played at three tables. Mrs. Estes was assisted in receiv: Ing by her mother. The house decor ations of sweet peas and pink carna tions, which were gift bouquets, car ried out the general color motif of green and pink, which was also ob served in the refreshments. After the game, the honorees were presented with a beautiful cut glass bowl each. A delicious two course lunch was served. Suggestive of the occasion and of the approaching nup tial events, the mints were of the shape of bride's slippers, while the cakes were ring-shaped, with orange blossoms and bride's roses moulded In the icing. Pace-Hill Wedding. At ten o'clock this morning at the home of her mother, Mrs. Alexander Ewing Hill, on West Sixth street, Miss Mamie Iflll became the bride of John Edwards Pace, of Jackson, Tex. The beautiful nuptial event was sol emnized in the presence of a very large number of friends and relatives of .the contracting parties. r- jl ' The wedding .will rank with the prettiest that have occurred this spring. The Hill home was beautiful ; ly decorated for the marriage of. the youngest daughter of the house, the whole downstairs being a bower of flowers and ferns. The parlor, dining room, library and front hall were thrown together. In the parlor, ferns were banked in front of the large bay ' window, while white carnations and ferns were used about the room. The general color scheme of white and green was used throughout this room. T'vk A A fn Its altaMlirAnaaa tti a VikAm .. . I " was darkened, ana , wnue canaies tn crystal candlesticks furnished ja soft glow. In the dining room' jonquils were used in the decorations. The guests were received on enter ing by Mrs. Allen Sloan and Mrs. Amo3 Warfleld, while in the library, those in the receiving line Were Miss Sue Todd Walker and Mrs. Henry Arch Moore. In this room was dis played the large and costly collection of wedding gifts, which were mainly of silver, cut glass, china and l.'nen, while there were several presents of checks and gold. In the dining room Mrs. Porter Erwin presided over the one lunch course which was served to the guests after the wedding. Miss Mary Ashton a friend of the bride, presided at the piano. Before the wedding march, Mrs. Arch W. Craige, of Mt. Pleasant, sang In 3plen-7 did voice two beautiful solos, "I Love You Truly" , and "Promise Me." At the first strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, the matron of honor, Mrs. Grover Cleveland English, of Mt. Pleasant, a cousin of the bride, came down the long front stairs. She was lovely In a Palm Beach sand tail ored suit, with hat and gloves to har monize. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. She was followed down the stairs by the bride and her young brother, Ashley Hill. The bride's trousseau was a mid-night blue tailored suit with hat and other ap pointments to match. She carried a bouquet of pink sweet peas and lilies of the valley. She was never more fair or lovely in her life. She was met at the altar by the groom and his best man, Charles A. Wright -of this city. Their troth was plighted before Dr. George H. Mack, pastor of the Rus sell street Presbyterian church, of Nashville. After receiving the congratulations of their host of friends, the bridal party left by automobile for Nash ville, from which place they will go on a short bridal trip. . On their re turn they will spend a few days here and then go to their new home in Texas. Mrs. Pace is one of the loveliest ladies of this city. She Is of a pecu liarly gracious and lovely disposition that has made for her a true friend of every acquaintance. She is cultivat ed, refined and worthy of the best that life has to offer. The groom, who is known to many In Columbia, Is a large lumber dealer and cotton planter of Jackson, Texas. He has been very successful in business. Beautiful Display of Spring Millinery Is now ready for your inspection. This department was never so complete with enticing fashions in Women's Hats. We have a hat to suit every purse and no mat ter how reasonable the price the style, shape and color are right.' Tailored, semi tailored and dress Hats in the new blues, sand, putty and Russian greensshaded in a great range of prices from , to Come in and try on the new Hats and make com parison of sty les, qualities and price. The Hew Spring Suits c Are up to the minute in smartness, style and colors and in our many years of ex perience we have never offered such values in Suits. Not only are the Suits stylish, perfectly proportioned and attractive, but all are'madeof good material and well made. atur !!!f i!1 8Uil$15 $1 7.50,nd $20 Are easily worth one fourth more, and you will say so when you see them and try them on. One special lot of French Serge and Silk Poplin Dresses, values $7 50, each . $5.00 Vlilh the Silk Dsouds m Silks will be more popular this Spring than ever. We as always are the first to show the newest styles. This season our silk stock is even more complete than ever before! Some of the new numbers now on dis play are: Pompadour Chiffon, Taffeta and Faille Francaise, Polka Dot Fancies, Pussy Willow Taffetas in solid colors and fancies, Tub Crepes and Wash Silks, Chiffons,, In destructible Voile. The prices range from 35c to $2.50 per .yd Special one lot of Silk Poplin in the CQ new shades, per yard uJu 38 inch $100 quality bla?k Taffeta Silk One lot of Wash Silks in fancy stripes The Hew Tilings in tress deeds 8c One Lot of Ladies' Waists, $1.25 and $1.50 Values BD They are in Voile, Crepe, Wash 311k, Flowered Batiste and Fine Lawns, sizes 34 to 44. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OUR STORE. LADIES' and Misses' Suits and Dresses, House Dresses, Kim- ona's, Silk and Muslin Underwear, Millinery, Silks, Dress I . . j a iai l. r a. . . - r. ...... . i -i GOODS, VwmtC uooas, vwasn vuuus, ruuiwuar. every department is full to overflowing with the newest and best. it 79c 35c Wool In fancy checks and .stripes solid color covert cloth, and Gabar- Cfj (O flO dines, prices per yard. uUutoZ.UU Clisr Spsebh fcr Tcinsrrew lid Oenday One lot of Cotton Suitings in solid colors, stripes and checks, values up to ... ffC $1 50, at. ... J3C One lot of 20c Flowered Crepes for 1 Kimonas, Wrappers etc., per yard .. Iuw One case of 10c quality style Ginghams, per yard One lot of 7c quality yard wide unbleached domestic, per yard... Jb 7ic quality Apron Check Ginghams, per yard.... Yard wide all pure Linen for AC Skirts and Dresses, per yarJ ..ZuC 7k to 10c quality cotton torchon Lace, C Linen Lace and Val Laces, per yardUC flew Spring Footwear For Men and Women now open and on sale. Tl S 3K :: I J After several hours spent in crochet i ing, a delicious three course luncheon was served. BUTHS. AROUND TOWN. J AROUND TOWN. MARlllAP.f I ICENI1K1. 9999 sjswia immw t Hurt AdkiBson, Jr., is the name of the young man who arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Hurt Adklsson Sunday- morning on South High street South High Crochet Club. A delightful social affair of Wed nesday afternoon was the meeting of the 8outh High Street Crochet Club Avoiding Talk. "Keep out your tongue," the doctor ays, . The while your pulse hell grab; A goodly scheme in many ways. It saves a lot of gab. News has been received here from George Street to Miss Kate 3b Denver, Colo., to the effect that Tal- pord. mage Worley. who has been violently James A. Scott to Miss Lisle B ill there for the past month or more, Clark. with but little hope of his recovery, '. has had a change for the better. Mrs. y. H. Bell, of Memphis, is at his bedaicfe. OE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS Pay for themselves In the savins of cream, with one year's use. Street, Martin & Vaughan Co. It Examine our line of Stperior Walk ing and riding Cultivators. The best built cultivator on the market Has ' all the adjustments and fewer parts EXPORTS OF COTTON than others. See Street Martin ft PHP MOMTU TQ T ARfiE Vaughan Co. U , Looking Ahead. "Do you think you could learn to love me " asked the old. millionaire. "Perhaps," said the girl coyly. "Do I get a title to a fine house as a diploma?" Charles O. Sims has moved to toe NEW ORLEANS, March 6.-Fof Tucker residence on East Ninth eign exports of cotton during th street, formerly occupied byl. W. month of February were Sharber, Mr. Sharber moving to the bkles, a larger amount than was ship- Holcomb place. out elther durl nrecedine FOR SALE Albemarle pure Prolific jaonth of this season or any montl Seed Corn, especially adapted for silo use. Price 2.00 per bushel CLOYDB WHITAKER, Columbia, Tenn, R. R. 6, Citizens phone 189-3. 10d2wedjw2t last season. Exports thus far to season amount to 5.283.789 bales 'compared with 8,883,000 during all ' last season.