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THZ eOUWSSIA HEftALOt FRIDAY, AUGUSTS WV
a . : .... - - 1 ' 1 B S PERSONAL. f-0 ) .' Hunter ' Jones, of Jackson, was in Columbia Monday. - Dr. Hazel Padgett, of Nashville, is Tiaiting relatives in the city.. . Clyde Sowell, of Nashvile. spent Sunday with home folks In this city . Miss Vjfginia Hart, of Franklin, is the attractive guest of Miss Burns. Ruth Miss Emma Nelson, of Culleoka, is Visiting relatives in the Enterprise section. ? Mr. and Mrs. George Doolye, of Washington City, are visiting Colum- l.t-. relatives. Miss Elizabeth Looney and Miss Louise Frlerson have returned from Primm Springs. James Weakley and Robert Cason, of Nashville, are the guests of rela tives in the city. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sealey and Miss Nora Lee Howell have returned from a trip to Chattanooga. Mrs. J. D. Campbell and two chil dren have returned to Nashville after a visit to Miss Fannie Sowell. , Mrs. H. R. Jones and son, of Nash- Tille, have returned to their home . after a visit to friends and relatives In fV1iinihik. Mr. and , Mrs. W. J. Towler and children will leave Wednesday morn ing for Horn Springs. They will mo tor through the country. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hastings left to day for their home in Fort Worth, Texas, after a visit of several weeks to Columbia relatives. Walter Akin, of Nashville, was out Sunday to spend the day with his aunt, Mrs. Watts Embry, and to at tend the funeral of A. N. Akin. Mrs. J. R. Persons, formerly Miss Georgia Garrett, a graduate of the Co lumbia Institute, of Montgomery, Ala., will arrive Wednesday morning to visit Miss Marie Brownlow. Misses Ruth Burns, Albertine and Marguerite Page, of Columbia, and Miss Elizabeth Embry, of Nashville, have returned from a house party given by Miss Annie Brown Frierson at her home at Cross Bridges. Mrs. Frances Cunningham, of Co lumbia, Tenn., and Misses Zelda Ham-! mett and Frances Sharber, of Denton, left this morning for Justin to attend a house party at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Faught Den ton, Tex., Record Chronicle News. Miss Mary Ransom, Harvey Pride and Charlie Whitworth, of Nmbviile, are the guoets vt Miss Louise Pritch ett at Zlon. Francis Warfleld, of Nashville, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beth Warfleld, at their country home. ,. .-;, Miss Imogene Barraw left Monday morning for . Monteagle where she will be several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Fred Gamble. Floyd Agnew, of Spring Hill, has returned home from Glendale. Miss Katie Sue Dillehay and Wallace Dille hay accompanied him and will make him a visit . Mrs. John M. Gray, Jr., and daugh ters, Misses Reba and Mildred, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gray at their home on the Mt. Pleasant pike. ' l Miss Virginia Cooper has returned to Mt. Pleasant after a visit to Miss Jet Southall. Misses Cooper and Southall attended the house party giv en by Miss Virginia Scott at Andrews. Andy Hardison is in Columbia. Miss Elsie Ussery is In Nashville. Mrs. Jet Hardison is shopping in Columbia. Mrs. Marvin Fly, of McCains, was in Columbia Monday. Miss Eliza Anderson spent the weekend in Nashville. Justice Ad H. Forgey, of Vater Val ley, Mondayed in Columbia. Mrs.'J. J. Whitus, of Dark's Mill, 13 shopping in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hight are the guests of friends at Santa Fe. . Miss Annie May Kitfrell is the guest of friends at Bellbuckle. Robert Hight has returned from a three day's camp on Duck river. Mrs. G. C. English, of Mt. Pleasant, Is the guest of Mrs. R. F. Moore. Mrs. Jesse Tomlinson, of Culleoka, was shopping in Columbia Monday. Miss Elizabeth. Douglas will leave Tuesday for a visit to friends in Nash ville. Miss Fannie Lou Williams , of Spring Hill, is shopping in Columbia loaay. Miss Sarah Leach, of Gallatin, ar rived today for a visit to Miss Zulema Brownlow. Mrs. George Taylor, of Glendale, has been called to the bedside of her father, J. D. Sowell. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Ussery have not left for the exposition. They were re ported to have gone. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cameron and Rose O'Brien, of Nashville, motored to Columbia Sunday. Col. John S. Brown, of Kedron, a member of the county Jury commis sion, was here Monday. Rev. and Mrs. T. L. Moody, of Cul leoka, hare gone to Monteagle to spend a short vacation. Hisses Eunice Polk and Myrtle Ed wards have returned from a visit to friends in West Point and Henry ville. - Miss Bessie Anderson has returned to her home in Nashville after a two weeks' visit in this city. Mrs. A. H. Barker and children are visiting Mrs. Ernest Stephenson at Fayetteville. Mrs. Stephenson was formerly Mrs. Harriet Nichols of this city. .George, James and Claude Nichols have returned from a trip on Duck river. They got in their boat at Sow ell's ford and paddled to Columbia. The trip took several days. Miss Rhea Iyde, of Decatur, Ala., after a pleasant visit to Miss Fredo nia Tolley, has returned to her home. Justice of the Peace Washington P. Russell, of the second district, has returned from an extended tour of the west. W. H. Weiss, who has been employ- ey by the city in the negotiations with the Columbia Water ft Light O returned to Columbia after closing differences between the city of Flor ence, Ala., and the water and light company at that place. Mr, and Mrs. C. D. Adklsson, Mrs. Reese Adkisson, Gordon Adklsson, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sloan, Miss Beu lah McCain, Miss Beulah Pickard, Miss Lois Adkisson and Miss Annie May Orr have returned from the Pan ama Exposition at San Francisco. Dr. H. A. Gant has returned from Beaver Dam Springs. George McKee and Tom McKee left today for a visit to Cordell, Okla. Wesley Compton and two sisters have returned from Memphis, Tenn. Misses Naomi and Aileen Estes are spending the week at Primm Springs. Miss Louise Walker is visiting in Birmingham and in Scottsville, Ala. Miss Leah Boyd, of Lewisburg, is the attractive guest of Miss Blanche Wilkes. Misses Pearl and Bertha Tunnell, of Lewisburg, are the guests of Mrs. Joe Parks. ' ' Mrs. W. S. Fleming left this after noon for a three week's visit to Wau kesha, Wis. Miss Consuello Howell and Miss Sue Willie Martin will go to Franklin where they will join a camping party. Miss Exie Farris has returned to her' home near Hampshire after a pleasant visit with relatives In Co lumbia. Mrs. Parsons, who will be remem bered in this city as Miss Georgia Garrett, a former student of Colum bia Institute, is the guest of Miss Ma rie Brownlow. Thomas H. Peebles, former chair man of the democratic county com mittee, was one of the interested spectators of the sta,,:),comml)ttee meeting at NashVlllJon Wednesday. COLUMBUS BUGGY Your last chance to get 'a Colum bus Buggy. Two left, Come before they ire gone. iB. A. SATTERFIELD & CO. ; f 5d2tWlt HOLY COMMUNION AT ST. PETER'S Friday, August 6, being the festival of "The Transfiguration of Christ, the day mill be marked by a celebra tion of the Holy Communion in St. Peter's Episcopal church at 10 a. m. $ a a c sxtoee ) AROUND TOWN. t HHIft I FOR SALE Registered Hereford bull and .fresh Jersey cows. J. S. PARKS, Spring Hill, Bell phone 106. It H. F. Roach has accepted a position with Anderson Bros. & Foster. We carry "first class quality Cana dian Carbide. Price $4.00', 100 lb. steel drum, cash. Street , Martin & Vaughan Co. . it Portland Cement Big sar Standard Portland Cement will be in about Aug. 5 or 6. We will make you lower prices on this cement if delivered from car in 10 barrel lots and over. It Street, Martin & Vaughan Co. ICE CREAM SUPPER BIGBYVILLE CHURCH There will be an ice cream, cup per given by the Ladies' Aid Society of the Bigbyville Methodist church on next Wednesday evening. WITHIN EASY REACH We are right at your service all the time. Only a block from the square, four doors from the court house, just a step down the street, and you can buy all kinds of build ing material, the best rough and dressed lumber, sash, doors, window glass, paints, laths, Agatit Wall Plaster the best la the world, J. H. THOMAS CO Bell Telephone 175, Citizens Telephone 322. jwkly2tkdly2atf SOCIETY. Birthday Party. Little Miss Martha Gaines, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gaines, of Nashville, was the charming hostess of a birthday, party given In her hon or at the home of T. E. Gordon Thurs day afternoon. The hours were from 4 to 6:30 p .m. About forty "children were present and sdelightfui games were enjoyed. Delicious refreshments were served. H ' i ' Miss Gordon's Party. Miss Mary Gordon was the .charm ing hostess of a delightful dance giv en Thursday evening at her home on West Sixth street. The affair was informal, and the guest list was re: strlcted to the more Immediate friends of the hostess. An orchestra furnished music for the dancers until i a late hour when delicious refresh ments were served. For Miss Thompson. , '. Mrs. Looney Walker was hostess Wednesday afternoon at lier.l'Oiue on west Eighth street at a beautifully appointed rook party . to compliment Miss Mary Thompson, jf . Montgom ery, Ala., who is the guest of ber grandmother, Mrs. Mary jAkin, in Mayes Place, and Misses '"'ia'y ' and Sara Looney. After a spirited game of rook was played a dainty lunch course was served. Those present besides the honorees were. Misses Archie Brown, Mary and Leslie Mc Carty, Lemyra Harlan, Loulso'Anne Roberts, Evelyn Fishburn and Zulema Brownlaw. Dance at Century Club. The dance at the Century Club on Thursday evening was largely attend ed and proved a most enjoyable af fair. It was given to compliment the young ladies visiting in the city. Bat sell's. Colored Orchestra furnished the music. "A number of .young men from nearby towns added much to the enjoyment of the occasion. ' The dance proved so enjoyable that it was run later than was intended. Among the young - ladies dancing i were: Misses Marie Brownlow, Zu lema Brownlow, Fredonia Tolley, Leo nora Williamson, Ruth Fleming, Eliz abeth Looney, Louise Frierson, Eliz abeth Whitthorne, Grace Graham, of Cleveland, O. ; Charlotte . Hughes, Charlotte Watson, Elizabeth Watson, Anna Turner Sheegog, Rhea Lyde, of Decatur, Ala.; Victoria Williams, of Chattanooga; Virginia Williams,, of Chattanooga. The choperones for the evening yBrei Mr, and Mrs. William Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cowl,!1 Mr. ana Mrs. Horace ..rnessonr wr. and Mrs. C. A. Forgey. ''T''. Jones-Ho'man. V. On Thursday, April 15th last,, at the home of Mrs. Mattie Holman in River side, Miss Carrie Holman and Luther Jones were united In 'marriage. JThe wedding was a quiet affair and only a few friends knew of It After theer emony the bride went J to" her home and" the groom went to his home. This was according to agreementand is just now being made public. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Rube Holman . and the groom Is . a prominent young farmer. PicnU. Miss Roberta Voss was the hostess of a delightful picnic at Sulphur Springs on the Bear Creek pike Sun day., Quite a number of friends .en joyed the day. A delightful lunch was served near the springs. Hicks Family Reunion. On Saturday the children of the late J. H. Hicks held a family reunion near Williamsport. All of the children except J. B. Hicks, of Texas, were at the reunion together with many rela tives and friends. There were thirty six relatives present, and forty fiends". These seventy-six persons sat down to the most bountiful dinner, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all pres ent. Prayer was offered by Guss Let singer. In the afternoon chats about old times were the principal means of enjoyment , : Primm Springe. The number of people at Primm Springs has steadily increased until there are more at the popular resort than have been In several years. All records for attendance have been broken, and It is confidently expect ed by those In charge of the resort that the large crowds will continue through the remainder of thesum-1 mer. Batseas Dig nve piece or chestra Is furnishing music for the meals and for the dances which take place every night. Those. w are now at the resort are: Miss Catherine Mays, of Nashville; Miss Louise Mays of Nashville; Gad Arm strong of Columbia; Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Crockett, of Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Womack of Holts Corner; T. Beasjey of Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. Charley Jackson, of Mt Pleasant; Mrs. J. fcussel Estes, ef Mt Plea sant; Mr. IHrdJsoa, of Mt Pleasant; , Mr. Tulloss of Fratklia; Kisf Tullos of Franklin; Jim Hughes of Tan iih;. Tom .Cotton f Franklin; M. D. Page, of Centre vilie; E. B. Hardison, of Nashville ( Col. J. B. Bond, of Mt. Pleasant; Mrs. John Dixon of Colum bia; John Houser, of Columbia; Fred Houser, of Columbia; Harry Houser, of Columbia; Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGavock, of Columbia; Miss Eliza beth Jones, of Columbia; Dr. James Walker, of Franklin; Fred Stephen son, of Columbia; Haywood Stephen son, of Columbia; John Thompson, of -Columbia; Mr. and Mrs. Horace Johnson, of Williamsport; John and Leonard Johnson, of Williamsport; Eugene S. Page, of Jones Valley; Paul Page of Jones Valley; Mrs. Walker Page of Jones Valley; Miss Clara Page, of Jones Valley; Jeff Kinzer, of Water Valley; Mr. Hut chinson, of Mt Pleasant; Miss Anna Turner Sheegog, of Columbia; Mal- vln Wrieht. of Columbia: F. W. Stephenson, of Columbia; Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser, of Columbia; Miss Lufilla Fraser. of Columbia; Miss Charlotte Lochrldge, of Columbia; Miss Sarah Looney, of Columbia; Miss Mary Gordon, of Columbia; Paul Johnson, of Williamsport; Otey Richie, of Williamsport; Sam Per kins, of Franklin; Mr. Brittain, of Franklin; Bert Hill, of Franklin; Eu gene Fleming, of Franklin; W. W. Tindall, of Franklin; Billy Morgan, of Columbia; Otey Ladd, of Colum bia; C. E. Ladd, of Williamsport; Mr. Alderson, of Williamsport; Tom Pigg, of Williamsport; J. R. Satterfleld, of Santa Fe; R. O. Mullins, of Santa Fe; Austin W. Cabler, of Santa Fe; Nilly Bowen, of Franklin; E. R. Bogle, of Centreville; John B. Sowell, of Cen treville; Frank B. Craig, of Mt. Plea sant; Joe Dugger, of Mt. Pleasant; E. L. Parker, of Mt Pleasant; Will Cheslar, of Columbia; O. C. Welch, of Columbia; Mr. and Mrs. Carter Cox, of Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. Chapman Anderson, of Franklin; Edward Cox, of Franklin; Miss Jennie Anderson, of Franklin; Harry Turner, of Co lumbia; Edward Turner, of Colum bia; Virgil Brownlow, of, Mt Plea sant; Watkins Cecil, of Mt. Pleasant; Lawrence Frierson, of Mt Pleasant. The following from Columbia: Mrs, Emma Joyce: Mr. and Mrs. Ladd; Miss Louise Frierson; Mss Eliza beth Looney; George Buchnau; Jes sie Dugger; Mr. and Mrs. Polk God win;-Mr. Timmons; Mr. Withespoon; Jake Oliver: David O'Neal; A. S. Roberts; J. L. Roberts; Sherman Hight; J. S. Stephenson; Manch Watson; Paul McAdams, and William Robert Miss jRoflers Entertais. . A ;- .Mis, Harriet Rogers enteftained at her home Tuesday evening in honor of her house guest, Miss- Marjory Miller, of Cincinnati The lawn a,nd the house were beatuifully decorated The color scheme of the decorations was whi,te. ; vMUsic, recitations ' and Other . forms of amusement were . en joyed until a late hour. A delicious ice course was served during the course of the; eveJtriBS-. 1 Junior Mission Band. The Junior Mission Band of the First Presbyterian church will meet in the cession room on Friday after noon at 4 o'clock.- The subject will be "Making Christians of the Ameri can Indians." The Bible verses will be these on "Love." Expression Recital. Miss Marguerite Page will appear in Expression recital at the Branham & Hughes school at Spring Hill on Friday evening, assisted by Miss Ma ry Cooper Boyd in voice. A program of unusual-merit and one that devel ops a great deal of expression and histrionic talent will be offered. Miss Page is a graduate of the Columbia High School and Columbia Institute, while Miss Boyd is a voice pupil of Mrs. C. H. Sharp. For Mrs. White. Mrs. J. C. Hamlett was hostess Monday afternoon to a number of friends, invited for the afternoon in compliment to Mrs. Elizabeth White" of Columbia, Tenn. Mrs. Hamlett's guests were the members of the Tuesday Embroidery club who are in the city and a few other friends of Mrs. White. The afternoon ' was spent in a delightful manner renew -inf old acquaintanceship. A delic ious salad course of chicken salad, hot rolls, French peas, olives, salted nuts and iced tea was served. Those enjoying Mrs. Hamlett's hospitality were: Mesdames W. A. English, Roy S. Hanna, L. E. McLain, George N. Sarven, W. W. Birchfleld, J. D. Pea body, J. G. Bradshaw, J. F. Harrison, 0. G. Helstand, R. B. Haddon and the hostess. St Petersburg, Fla., Times. HAVE YOU SEEN IT? WHAT? J. H. THOMAS k CO'S. new plain ing mill, four doors from the court house on East Seventh and Embargo streets. A. welcome await 70a. Call on them. They do what they sax they wiH do. 9wkly2tdly2sats . - tf MAURY DRY all We are showing the newest fall styles in Percales for Shirts and Dresses. New fall styles in Cheviots, Madras and Shirtings for Boys Waists and Men's and Boys Shirts. Specials for Saturday and Monday. Read every item here as they are money savers: One counter of 15c and 20c Batistes, Voiles and Muslins, per yard 10c 10 cent Dress Gingham, the best cloth for Fall School Dresses, per yard. 8c 36 inch striped Messaline Silk, per yard... .59c 38 Inch Silk Poplins, per yard sgc $5.00 Bon Ton Corsets, for $2.98 $3.00 and $3.50 Bon Ton Corsets $1.98 $2.50 Voile Dresses, for $1.48 $3.00 and $3.50 Voile $6.50 Voile Dresses, $7.50 Voile Dresses, YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OUR STORJL. FIRST ICE COMES FROM PiANT QF NEW ICEANDSTORAGECO. COLD STORAGE FEATURE OF "y; PLANT IS JQT YETBEAD s. fob norOATinw v WELL SHAFT IS ABANDONED Another Started in Close Proximity. r. - Drill Is Broken Off at Depth of Four Hundred Feet Efforte' to Re move It Unavailing.' The first ice that has been manu factured at the new plant of the Co lumbia Ice and Cold Sortage Co. was taken from the containers Thursday. It takes several days - to - make the ice, and the plant has been run ning since Monday, so the first could only be gotten Thursday.Although ice is at present being manufactured, the cold storage plant will not be- In op eration for some time. A large force of carpenters is being employed rush ing the operations as rapidly as pos sible, and within - the next week or two this branch of the large plant will be running at full blast. There has always been in Columbia a great de mand for a place of this kind, and the small one heretofore run at the old plant has proved inadequate for the large amount of business that has come to it A large quantity of ice will be made from this time on, and if. the present hot spell continues, it Is ex pected that both plants will be run to their full capacity in order to make more bearable the torturing heat. The increase in the ice supply will be wel come to many of the large consum ers in the city. The shaf.that had been sunk 15 the effort to locate an adequate sup ply of water was abandoned Wednes day afternoon. The drill that was used to bore the hole broke off at a depth of over four hundred feet, and several days of trying to get It out were of no avail. A new shaft was commenced Wednesday afternoon at a spot distant only about three feet from the former one. The old shaft was sunk nearly the whole distance through solid rock, only sixteen feet being in softer material. Until water in sufficient quantities is obtained from the new "well city water will be used. As it is necessary to distill the aqueous solution before ice can be made, this win be no disadvan tage to the clarity and pureness of the Ice. See Our Prices On white lead, linseed oil and Mound City "Horse, Shoe Brand" prepared Paint We have a good stock; bought before the advance. You can get the benefit of same by buying now. It Street, Martin & Vaughan Co. GOODS CO. - Dasli iooi Dresses $1.98 forl.... $3.48 for $4.98 PLANT INSTALLED FOR AUTO TIRES FRY BROS. SECURE SERVICES OF EXPERT AND Witt VULCAN IZE CASINGS. Fry Bros, have completed the in stallation of a moderi steam vulcan izing plan at their garage on Gar den street This is the first thing of the kind that has ever operated In Maury county, and will prove a boon to the motorists here. It is claimed by these progressive dealers that mo torists can save one-half of their tire expenses if they will have their cas ings and tubes properly vulcanized. Fry Bros, are now equipped so they can handle this line of business with the greatest hpeed and satisfaction. The plant is a splendid one and will be presided over by an expert that they have secured at large expense. He was formerly employed by one of the largest tire concerns in the South, and has had many years of experience in this line. Fry Bros, are now equiped to do all kinds of tire repair, and instead of sending casings to Nashville to be vulcanized, they will be repaired at this place. By this method the own ers of the cars will not be knoceked out of the use of their tires for any appreciable length of time. Any job can be turned out in five or sis bom. It Is claimed that twice the mileage can be gotten if the tires are regular ly, vulcanized whenever trouble be gins. By the enterprise of these dealers the people of the surrounding coun ties will not have to depend upon a foreign concern for taking care of their tires, and Fry Bros, expect to do a large business in this line. SUNDAY BLUE LAWS MEET WITH DEFEAT AtABAMA LEGISLATURE SMASH ES THE AtLEGED RE FORM. MONTGOMERY, Ala., Aug. 5. At a night session of the senate the dras tic Sunday blue laws measure met with defeat by a vote of 24 to 7. Nearly forty thousand signatures at tached to petitions from the largef cities of the Btate were presented. The bill provided for prohibition of baseball moving pictures and all Sun day amusements except golf. a amendment was adopted which ga?e cities of over 25,000 the power to reg ulate Sunday amusements through the city commissions. When tl8 amended bill was passed the author withdrew the original bill and after a long light the slate was cleaned of all restrictions as to Sunday amuse ments. ' -. ubecrtbe for The Herai.