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THE COLUMBIA IIKICAJJM FIJI DA V, APJML 3, l!7.
ji burg, is the guest of her friend,
-viiis v. neaiein, near mis piaee.
Cam imiki.is Station, March 20. ( n
Monday afternoon, the 2'nd inst., the
ml new'3 came to ns that Mrs. Martha
McMiirry, formerly of this place, hut
then residing with her son-in-law, Mr.
W. T. Wells, of lligbyville, was very
dangerously ill. At 7:10 p. m., as the
golden Rim was sinking, the spirit of
this godly mother in Israel took its
flight across the mystic river of death.
The deceased was born July 21, liSKi,
and was married to Mr. John McMurry
tict. 12, 1H.WI. Eight children blessed
tliis union, four of whom survive her
Mrs. W. li. Coffey, Mrs. J. O. Hohbs, of
Hi is place, and Mrs. W. T. Wells and
Mr. J. 1). McMurry, of Hizbyvilie. She
was in her Hist year at the time of her
death. At the age of li she professed
religion and united with the Methodist
Church in Smith county. She moved I
to Maury several years previous to the
late war. The funeral services were
conducted Wednesday morning at 11 :.'M '
o'clock, hy Kev. M. K. (abard, in Mc
Cain's Church, after which the remains
were interred in McCain's Cemetery.
She leaves besides her relatives in this
community a host of sympathizing
Mrs. Rosa Coker, of Park's Station, is
visiting relatives here.
Miss Sallie Howlett, of Culleoka, has
charge of a music class at this place.
Ex-County Superintendent Jessie
Tom I in son has taken charge of the
High School at this place, lie has a
Miss Alice Cochran has been quite
nick for the past week, but we are glad
to note her convalescence.
Mr. Joo M. Foster, the cheerful IIrh
ai.d man, was around to see us last
Kev. Albert Holt, of Ettaton,
preached another excellent sermon
from the pulpit at Evergreen last Sun
day. There is talk of securing his ser
vices at that place for the ensuing year.
John Wells, of Nashville, came out to
his grandmother's funeral and spent a
few days visiting here last week.
Mr. John H. racey is in Mt. Pleasant
looking after the interests of his phos
Our people are greatly enthused over
the discovery of real phosphate of a tine
quality and great quantity. They are
inviting prospectors. Daisy Sham.
HKWAKE OF OINTMKNTS KOK l.Y
TAHKH THT CONTAIN M Kit CI' H Y,
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of
(Midland completely derange the wliolu
system when entering It through the
mucous surface. Such articles should never
be used except on prescriptions from repu
tiilile Dhvsiciiins. as the damage they will
tlo Is ten fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Halls catarrh lure,
inanfactured by F. .1. Cheny & Co., Toledo,
O., contains no mercury, and Is taken in
ternally, actiugdlrect ly upon the blood it nd
mucous surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get thu
genuine. It Is taken Internally, and made
la Toledo, Ohio, by K. J. Cheney & Co. Tes
Bold by Druggist, price 7"e. per bottle.
Hall's Family Tills are thu best.
janw iy int
Isom, Mar. 21. On the 2'th of March,
at 4 o'clock, a. m., the soul of Miss Mag
gie, daughter of Mr. an I Mrs. John
Hailey Love, took its tlight. At the
time of her death she was :i:i years of
age; her death was caused by burns re
ceived a few hours before sh'a dipd. n
the day preceding her departure she
was alone in the house, her father and
brother being at work in a Held on a
farm. She was preparing to cook din
ner, when she fell in the tire. She was
sub ject to spasms, and it is supposed
that she was taken with one at this
time, ine tact was discovered by some
men in a Held near by, who ran to her
assistance but arrived too late, for her
clothes were almost burned olT and her
body was blackened u I burned so th it
she'could hardly hu recognized. After
a lew nours or the most intense sutijr
ing, she was relieve I of her uains and
called up higher. Deceased leaves tw
sisters, live brothers an i an aged father
to mourn their loss, her mother having
preceded her to the grave several years
ago. "lint they sorrow not as those who
have m hope," for s!u had made liur
peace with her Ood several years ago
and died as only a christian can sure
of a home above. We extend our most
profound sympathy to t he bereaved
ones. May they strive to live near the
Father, in order that they may receive
a crown of glorv, and forever be with
the loved ones who have gone on be
Miss Lizzie Kit trell Is sick at this
writing. We wish for her a speedy re
covery, for she is greatly missed at
Miss Annie Mai Cathey has returned
from a very pleasant visit to her sister,
Mrs. Ida White, of Mean's Creek.
Messrs. E. Jones and John Delk, of
Kettle M ills, made a trip to Farmer's
Valley, Perry county, this week, on
We have been waiting with the pa
tience of Job for our part of the wave
of prosperity to strike us, but I suppose
it is still a "thing of the future," and we
will yet have to wait. We truly expect
a large one when it comes, as' we are
now under the broad banner of protec
tion and the gold standard.
A sna imr. Lee.
Miss Inez McConnell, of Mooresville.
is visiting friends in Herlin this week.
Miss Myrtle Andrews entertained a
number of friends last night. As a
hostess, she is par excellence, and hoe
who were so fortunate as to be present
thoroughly enjoyed the evening.
Mr. Arthur (iambill and sister. Miss
Cora, attended services at Antioch Sim
day. Elder Lipscomb, of Nashville,
preached an interesting sermon.
Mr. N. II. (iambill, of (iroveland,
visited his parents at this place Friday
W. II. Allen Jt Co. have about com
pleted their henery, which adds very
much to the looks of their farm. The
work is being done by Messrs. Allen
and Purdom. . Mr. Alien has just re
ceived sixteen different kinds of
thorough-bred chickens, and has
ordered more; have also received their
incubators and brooders.
Eld. W. S. Morton went to Robertson
Fork Sunday to till his appointment at
Rev. J. T. Duncan and wife and Mas.
ter John visited friiMids near Macedonia
last week. .
Many good wishes to the Hmt.u.n and
its renders. Vivian and Esthll,.
Chas. R. Hood, Ilroker and Manufac
turer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies
that Dr. King's New Discovery has no
equal as a Cough remedy. J. I). Rrown,
Prop. St. James Hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind.,
testities that he was cured of a cough
of two vears standing, caused by la
pe, by Dr. King's New Discovery,
Merrill, lsauiwinsvme, Aiass.,snvg
that he has used and recommended it
and never knew it to fail and would
rather have it than any doctor, because
it always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 'J
E. "th St.. Chicago, always keeps it at
hand and has no fear of croup, because
it instantly relieves. Free trial bot
tles at Woldridge it Irvine's Drug
Store, mays-iy ;5J
costs cotton planters more
than five million dollars an
nually. This is an enormous
waste, and can be prevented.
Practical experiments at Ala
bama Experiment Station show
conclusively that the use of
will prevent that dreaded plant
All about Potash the results of its use by actual ex
periment on the best farms in the United States is
told in a little book which we publish and will gladly
nail free to any farmer in America who will write for it,
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
$3 Nassau St., New York,
The Moline Champion
WiLMAMspoKT, March '20. This is a
rainy Monday afternoon, and we think
our time cannot be much better em
ployed than in looking up a communi
cation for the Herald, though we have
nothing to write, but a few personals.
Most people, however, like to see their
names In print sometimes.
There is some sickness in the com
munity at present. Rev. E. L. Gregory
nd wife have had a protracted spell of
la grippe. Mrs. H. Hull and Bessie
Hull are also on the sick list.
The many friends of Mr. Jake Harlan,
Jr., are sorry to hear of his illness.
Hope he may foon recover.
Miss Annie Kinzor is at home from
Mt. Pleasant. She has been indisposed
for several days, but will return to
Mr. O. W. Stalling, in company with
Master Rucker Choate, visited his
father at Mt. Pleasant the last of the
Messrs. Haley and Taylor, of Colum
bia, visited friends here recently.
Messrs. Walker and Stockard have
Just received a handsome lino of spring
goods. Messrs. Choate and Stallings
have not reee ved theirs yet. though
they will be here in a few days. Roth
of these linns are having show win
dows nut in their stores. Messrs. Mill
er and Reece have the contract.
Miss Roxie King is spending some'
time with relatives at Pinewood.
Mrs. (ieorge Mayberry and children
have returned from a protracted visit
to relatives at Centreville.
Messrs. J. N. Foster and A. E. Church
are drivlntr away every hog they see in
Park's Station, Mar. This
gloomy morning we will again endeavor
to jot down a few items for the II kualo.
Sirs. Ida Reaves, of North Carolina, is
visiting her father, Mr. A. D. Rryant, at
Mr, Leo Purdom had the misfortune
of losing a good work horse a few days
Mrs. .loim Howard is somewhat indis
posed at this writing.
I. r. (iiinam is convalescing from an
attack of the measles.
Miss Ida Blaylock, of Roak Spring
neighborhood, is the guest of Miss
Martha Rooks this week.
Mr. Sam Jones met with a very seri
ous accident last Saturday by getting
one of his eyes knocked out while at
work at Mr. Stacy s saw mill near Here.
We are sorry to hear of the serious
illness of Newt Dixon, of (iroveland.
There is no hope for his recovery.
Miss Liissie Howard, or liroveiand,
was visiting her hrother, sir. John
Howard, of this community, last week.
Centre Staii, March 28, 180V. After
an absence of a few weeks, I will again
attempt to gather the news from the
The measles are still raging in this
section of the countv.
Miss Genie Adeock, of Memphis, was
visiting Mrs. Wiley M. Johnson, of
this place, last week.
Mr. T. A. Loftin left last week for
Nashville where he will engage in
work. We wish him much success.
Farming is very much behind in this
section, on account of the recent rains
Wheat crops are looking very nice,
Some clover is being sown, but I fear it
will all get killed in this cool snap.
As ever, Piter,
our part of the country.
Miss Tera Taylor is
is spending tins
week, with Miss rsovelino liouser hi
Mrs. W. T. Porter has returned from
Nashville, where she spent a week
with her sister, Mrs. Frank Webster
w ho has been Quite sick.
The school at this place is increasing
raniillv In number.
Mr. Wirt Rice has gone to Lewisburg
to enter business.
Dr. Eugene Ragsdalo is here on
Mrs. Plnkleton. of Columbia, is hero
Mr. W ill Itenfroeand family spent
few duvs of last week with his mother
lit t h id illume.
Miss llattio Dorsettlias returned from
a ifiuri.ii v visit to Nashville and ranK
lin relatives. She was accompanied by
hoi-autur Mrs. (He v Walker.
Farmers are becoming very much
(llspmirutr ed over the ccntiiiued rains
and washing away of fences.
Mem rii is.
Save Your Life
Kv using "The New Great South
A morif'A it Kidney Cure." This new
rpimrflv la a izreat surprise on account
.u.iVn,r nrnmntness in reliev
irur naiii in th Kidney. Bladder and
n,w in .hh1 or female. It relieves re
tention of water, and pain in passing l
almost immediately. Save yourself tv
Inns cure. Its use wil
irevent fatal consequences in almost all
cases by its great alterative and healing
nowers. Sold by A. B. Rains, Druggist,
The Shakers have made a great hit
Their Digestive Cordial is said to be the
most successful remedy for stomach
troubles everintroducd. It Immediately
relieves all pain and distress after eat
ing, builds up the feeble system and
makes the weak strong. The fact is,
foods properly digested are better than
so called tonics. The Cordial not only
contains food already digested, but is a
digester of other foods. Food that is
not digested does more harm than good.
People who use the Cordial insure the
digestion of what food they eat and in
this way get the benefit or it ana grow
strong. The little pamphlets which the
Shakers have sent drugists ror rreo dis
tribution, contain much interesting in
formation on the subject of dyspepsia.
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed tocure. A. u. uains
was the first to combine check and drill
dropping in one machine without extra
parts and attachments. The principle upon
which it was constructed placed it at once
n the lead of all others, a position it has
ever since maintained, as its enormous sales,
more than those of any other planters,
Miss Fronio In man, accompanied them,
and will remain with her aunt several
Mrs. Sallie Gideomb and children,
visited relatives at Bighwille recently.
We are glad to report Van B. Shouse
improving ; he paid a visit to Bigbyvillo
friends not long since.
Prayer-meeting was held at the resi
dence of Bud Blackburn last night,
conducted by V. B. Shouse. As the
appointment'was not publicly known
t here was not a very large crowd pres
ent. But the Lord was with us; we had
a good meeting and many of us felt
that we had been blessed for going.
(Continued to Seventh Page.)
Cranfo hd Hollow, March 2'). Once
more I find myself knocking for ad
mittance into the Hek.m.d family.
Mrs. Daniel William? and the infant
of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Nicholson are
both very sick at this writing.
Johnnie Dooley is still confined to his
room with a broken limb. We wish for
him a speedy recovery.
We were sorry to hear that "Ripling
Waves" is no better. Hope she will
soon be well and back with the Herald
family, for we miss her letters so much.
Miss Mary K. HardUon is visiting
relatives in Williamson couuty.
Miss Etta Brazier, from near Center
Star, spent last week with friends in'
your city. Little Stranueu.
I)II YOU KVKIl '
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubiesr it not, get a bottle now
and get relief. This medicine has been
found to be peculiarly adapted to the
relief and cure of all female com
plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in
fluence in giving strength and tone to
the organs. If you have loss of appe
tite, constipation, headache, fainting
spells, or are nervous, sleepless, ex
citable, melancholy or troubled with
dizzy spells, Electric Bitters is the me
dicine you need. Health and strength
are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents
and $1. at Woldridge it Irvine's Drug
Store. niays-iy :j
Laxoi, Is not a mixture of drugs. It
is nothing butCastor Oil made palatable.
Beklin. March 30, 1S'.7. If you and
your readers will pardon our egotism,
we win mane our nrsi attempt in lire
to collect a few dots for the newsy
columns of the Herald.
Mrs. Lizzie Wiles, wife of Mr. Berry
Wiles, died at her home near Lebanon,
Monday, night of pneumonia. Mrs.
Wills was a member of the Methodist
church for many years, and was a good,
kind mother. She leaves a husband
and several children to mourn her loss.
She was loved by all of her neighbors;
was kind and charitable, ever ready to
wait on the sick and minister to the
wants of the needy. She was a truly
good woman, and will be greatly
missed by all of her associates.
Our big spring was on the rampage
last week, and spread itself all around
the neighborhood. On Thursday and
Friday it resembled an over-grown
river. The picture presented from the
blulT of the spring was an awe-inspiring
one. The swollen stream was .in an
ugly mood and swept with a fearful
valicity on its journey toward other
waters and greater Hoods.
Miss Maggie Sue Garrett, of Lewis-
Why Pay Exorbitant Prices
STOSECROFT NEAR TIMMONS.
Stonecrokt, Mar. 3d. After rounding
up a routine of duties, I grasp my pen
and will endeavor to chronicle a few
items for your most welcome and ex
tensively read paper.
We. like others, have been recipients
of considerable rain recently. AH the
windows of Paradise seemed to be ajar,
and the earth hung like a dew-drop
from the hand of God, reminding us to
some extent of the days of Noah. Very
suddenly the little stream called Knob
Creek overleaped its banks, and its
surging waves Hooded the valleys far
and wide. Some of our friend were
driven from their homes and consider
able excitement prevailed.
We are glad to learn that Dr. Kugene
Ragsdale," who has been a resident of
New York City for some time, will soon
be with the "old folks at home."
Mr. and Mrs. Cranford were the guests
of Mr. Sedberry and family of Godwin,
Mrs. Amos Timmons has returned
home after a few days stay near Con
cord, where she was called on account
of her mother's indisposition.
For the t'olumbU Distrlet
Following Is the programme for
the Columbia District Epworth
League Conference, to be held at
Pulaski, Friday and Saturday, April
16 and 17, 181)7:
9:00 Devotional Exercises Personal
Experiences in League Work ...
Jno. II. Stevenson.
10:00 After the First Enthusiasm then
What? Jasper Anderson.
10:30 Methods of Helpfully Varying
the Work J.J. Wright.
11 :00 Brief Reports from Leagues.
11 :30 Reports of Entertainment Com
2:00 Opening Exercises . . . Miss Mar-
2:15 How May Interest in the Literary
Department be Generated?
.Miss Annie liOiig.
2:f)0 Essential Qualities of Piesident
and Vice-Presidents Miss Clabie
3:20 Deeds of Charity as Helps to
Spiritual Good.... Mrs. W. A. Ruttle.
-League Finances Best Methods
... Charles Adkina
4:15 Closing Exercises.
8:00 Opening Song Service.
. , .mi x - : . M a I T . . . I t
m ecessiiy lor me tpwonn league
ur. i. u. Kellev
9:00 League Prayer-meeting. Subject
"The Adder and the Cup." (Temper
ance.) Prov. xxiii. 20-32. Easter
Topic: "Resurrection." Phil.iii.lO.ll.
J. Allison Molloy
una now to iniist Timid Members,
.. . Frank Pittard
10:15 Social Side What Can We Have?
Miss Lena Covey,
10:40 Successful Literary Work How
Done? ... J. II. Dinning,
11:10 Junior Work Miss Genie
1 1 :30 Query Box Joo Ramsey
2:00 Devotional Exercises.. .
2:15 Election of OIHcers and selection
of Place of Meeting. Reports of Com
mittees and Miscellaneous Business
2:45 A Helpful Suggestion for Your
League What is it? Volunteer
powers. Sold by .
Neai-olis, March 2H.-This beautiful
Sabbath afternoon will soon be num
bered with the days that are passed,
and while the last rays of the sun are
lingering, we will write a few items for
the Herald. . , , .,
Miss Nola Allen is visiting relatives
in Nashville. , ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tucker, of Colum
bia, were visiting Mrs. Willie Tucker
last week. . . . .
Master Orvllle Allen, who has been In
Nashville several weeks, has returned
home. w. ,.
Mrs. Cosby and daughter Miss Delinfl,
are with Mallard friends at present.
For Sewing Machines When You
Can Do lletlerl
AH machines that I handle are
just as they are represented. I chal
enge the world to offer a better $20
machine for $ 20, or a better $40 ma
chine for 40. I save you the freight,
give you a five years' guarantee,
and if not convenient for you to pay
cash, will sell you on easy payment.
S. H. STEPHENS,
Rclhell Ului'k, Columbia, Teun.
Goshkn, March 2.H. Again we come
with our little budget of news.
Brother (Hvings idled his regular ap
pointment here this morning, and de
livered an excellent discourse. He hits
gome of us some pretty hard licks, yet
we take it iinely and most of us like
him better the harder he hits.
Sunday-school will be organized at
this place next Sunday. We do ear
nestly hope that all the people will
turn out and make a united effort to up
hold the school, for there is nothing
more enlightening to a community
especially in a religious line, than
Sunday-school. If parents could only
realizo that their children would go
somewhere and engage in amusement
of some kind on the Sabbath, and that if
they were not learning something good
they would be learning something oad,
they would certainly be aroused on
ibis subject. Solomon tells us to "train
up a child in the way he should go; and
w hen he is old he will not depart from
it." Where can we find a better place
to train the rising generation than in
Our Epworth League will be re-organ
ized next Thursday night; we are ex
pecting Bro. Owings to be with us.
Prayer-meeting was held at Snowden
E lam's last Thursday night.
The health of our community is about
The farmers are kept busy between
rains preparing to plant tlieir crops;
several have planted eome corn.
Mrs. Olie Kellums is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. R. I). Blackburn.
Miss Bettie Gray and Master Joe Mul
ling are visiting relatives on Carter's
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Robertson are
the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Etta
Blackburn. Mrs. Blackburn's niece,
I,et each member prepare to tuke part In
Names of delegates must be sent to T,
L. Daly, at Pulaski, by April loth, to in
sure provision lor entertainment.
livery church in the district is urged
to sena ueiegates wnether It has
League or not.
State of Tennessee,
To John Howard Lee and Edwin 1
Sanborn, composing the firm of
U. kee A Co.
hereas in the cause of II. G. Evans
J. H. Lee A- Co., now pending in tin
:uit Court of Maury County, Tennes
Whereas in the cause of II
Circuit Court of
see, it appears from allidavit in said
cause that the defendants, John Howard
ieo anu h,dvin i. sauborn, compos
ing the firm of J. H. Leo Co., are just
ly indebted to the plaintiff, 11. G. Evans,
and that said defendants, are non resi
oenis or me Mate or Tennessee, and an
attachment has heretofore been issued
by the Clerk of said Court, and by
proper omcers leviea on ine property
oi saia aeienaanis oy service oi gar
nishment upon certain debtors o:
defendants, and due return made of said
writs of attachment to the January
term, isw, or saiu uouri, ana said gar
nishees Hied answers showing they
were inueDied to aeionaants. and
the said January term, 1SH7, an order
was made by said Court in this cause
directing publication to be made for
said defendants to enter their appear
ance herein and make defense at the
next term of this Court, to be held on
the third Monday in May, 1807, at the
Court House in Columbia, Tennessee;
This is to notify you of the above
proceedings, and to command you to
enter your appearance and make de
fense in this cause at the said next
term of this Court, or this cause will be
proceeded with ex parte as to you.
W. F. EMBRV,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Maury
county, Tennessee. marJHt. I
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Chilled iron boxes, beil-shapcd. Anti
friction cone relieves all friction on beair
ings, long life and light draft. ;;.
MOLINE LEYER HARROW.
60 and 70 teeth, made entirely of steel; the
best harrow for the money ever offered.
Just received two car loads Buggies,
Buck wagons, Surreys, etc. Call and see
Buck Wagon and $37.50 Top
Only a few of the
Morgan Spading Har
rows left. Will close
them out at $15.00.
J. P. Street & Co.
TELEPHONE No. 8.