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THE COLUMJUA 11EHALD: FU1IMY.
J. P. STREET k CO.
JUE IS. I!i7.
Laska, June 1:1. Mrs. Inez Dooley,
we are sorry to gay, is no better at thin
Mr. Jimmie Derryberry's school
closed at Franklin last week, and he
has returned home.
Miss Ella Hinson, of Iee's Comer,' in
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. K. J. Hardison is on the sick
list this week, but we are glad to say
she is improving.
Miss Virgie Derryberry has returned
home after a two weeks stay with her
aunt, Mrs. Jennie Lockridge, of
Kev. Mark White, of Marshall counts,
tilled the pulpit here the first Sunday in
this month, and Pro. Felix Sowell, of
Corinth, preached at Ir. Lee's in the
Mrs. Caskey and Miss Stephens, of
Glenn's Store, visited Mrs. Caskey's sis
ter, Mrs. Win, l)avis, of this place, last
Miss Myrtie Davis, who has been
attending school at Mt. Pleasant, has
We are glad to report that Mr. lave
Underwood's baby is better.
15ro. (ireen preached at Dr. Lee's Sun
day. Mr. .1. K. Hardison had the misfor
tune of getting his knee hurt one day
last week by his horse falling on hitn.
We hope he may soon be out again.
Well, as news' is scarce, we will close,
with best wishes to the dear old IIkk
alii and its many readers.
Kosk and Xkli
We offer one hundred dollars reward for
Any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
K. J. CHUNKY CO.. Props.. Toledo. O.
We the undersigned, have known K. J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
West&Truax, Wholesale Druggist, To
Waldlng, Kinnan A Marvin. Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Hold by all Druggists. Testimo
nials free. Hall's Family Pi I Is are the best
sriilMi H ILL.
Si'KiNM June 14. The closing
exercises of Mrs. M. W. Latham's
school were held last Thursday morn
ing at 1(1 o'clock. There was a large
crowd present, and everyone was
pleased and highly entertained by the
manner in which the pupils acquitted
There were union services at the
Cumberland Presbyterian Church Sun
day, at which time the Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper was administered.
Trie sermon was preached hy Kev. 1
Mr. J. F. Alexander, of Texas, is visit
ing his relatives and friends here.
Miss Nann Col ley, of Franklin, is on
a visit to Mrs. John Wade.
Miss Lulio Figures, of Columbia, is
with nor relatives at this place.
Misses Janie and Julia Orman have
gone to Demopolis, Ala., to visit their
Bister, Airs. John Coats.
Miss Founte Wade has been in Nash
ville for the last two weeks.
Miss Nora l'armon, of Franklin,
visited Miss Hesriie Oilil last week.
Mrs. Duncan DegralTcnreid is now
visiting her brother, Mr. Kennedy, in
Miss Susie Cheairs is in Murfreesboro
Mr. Norllet Figures is in our midst.
Mr. Nat Cheairs is at homo from
Save Your Life
Hy using "The New Great South
American Kidney Cure." This new
remedy is a great surprise on account
or its exceedinir promptness in reiiev
ing pain in the Kidney, Bladder and
itaeK in mate or iemaie. it relieves re
tention of water, and pain in passing it
almost immediately. Save yourseir by
using this marvelous cure, its use will
prevent fatal consequences in almost all
oases by its great alterative and healing
pow ers. Sold by A. P. ltaius, Druggist,
Columbia, lenn. (febiaiy.
Cknteumtak, June 1:1. Crops were
beginning to look very dry, but the lit
tle rain we had last Saturday neipea
very much. v heat cutting is all you
can hear of now. 1 think the crop win
be a very fair one this year.
Miss Inice Dooley, who has been sick
for some time with fever, we are glad
to say is much better.
Mr. Will Doo'.ey is also improving.
Services at Mt. Olivet Sunday after
noon at I! o'clock by Kev. Mr. Nolan
Also services at L'nion Grove Sunday at
11 o clock, by Uev. II. A. Gray.
There will be services at Smyrna the
first Sunday in July in the new church
The church at Smyrna will bededicated
as soon as it Is linisheu.
Mr. Will Koau, w ho has been sick for
some time, we are glad to say is much
Prof. J. T. Stamps, of Paragon, Mills,
Davidson Cinintr. was cireulatinn
among friends anil relatives here last
wecK. Ills school will commence 111
Sentemher. and continue ten months
He will have several pupils from this
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Cooper have mov
ed back home to the suloher well.
; os 11 ex.
Goshen, Jcnk IX On the evening of
thel'th, the Deatn -ngei, mat mm oee:i
1. .i.,. ...,- !,. I,., ni.. i,f Mr. Yliit
Hint uii)( im vi u". - - .
llight. grasped the spirit of his dear
companion aim core 11 iniw i-iciim,,.
Mrs. Hight had been in a very low
state of health for some weeks. A few
days before her death her friends were
hopeful of her recovery, but all that
loving hearts and willing hands could
do could not preserve ner me. .-mi- umi
- lu.int Umi oanli And pvei v
icill 11m I""' ' ( .
one of us w ill some day reach, w hen
medical aid and Human skim win lose
all their power. It is indeed a sore
trial to her husband aud dear children.
Mother's chair is vacant and mother's
voice is hushed; the presence of wife
and companion is vanquished, and the
willing hand now rests from toil. Hut
we sorrow not as those who have no
hope. Living a Christian life, she died
a Christian death. Our deceased aister,
several times during her sickness, ex
pressed herself as having been ready
for the summon of God ever since a
child. She expressed a desire to live to
rear her children, but if the Lord so
willed she was ready to go at any time.
The little baby girl preceded her some
ten days ago. We sympathise with the
husband, children and aged mother in
this dark hour, and bid them to so live
that when the final roll is called they
may form an unbroken family in
heaven. - . , .
Mrs. Walter Johnson7w ho has been
quite .low for thej past, week at .the
home of her father, Mr. James McMeen,
we are glad to say is some better. Her
many friends wish for her complete
and early recovery.
Mrs. It. D. Plackburn is on the sick
list, but is not seriously ill.
Kev. John Pingham accompanied
Pro. Owings and preached here this
Misses Sallie Brown Ash worth and
Lizzie Gideombe have returned home
from Pigby ville, where they have been
Mr. and .Mrs. John Koach returned
Saturday from the Centennial.
The hot, dry weather is damaging
gardens, millet and Irish potatoes very
imiuii, aim corn is Deginning to sutler
H. I). Plackhnrn has start
binder. Whput i imrwl wh I'll it ttrUU
not injured by the cold weather.
I' RANK IE.
Knon Cheek. June 14. As two weeka
have elapsed since we sent in a com
munication to the dear old IIekald, we
win ir.v io ei our inougnts together
long enough to write up the "doings"
in and around Knon Creek.
lhe holiness brethren and sisters of
this vicinity held their cottage prayer
meeting at the residence of Mr. G. 15.
Dodson on last Friday night.
Kev. Dr. Laws preached his last ser
mon at Greenwood last Sunday. The
Dr. will travel with Kev. Joe Jamison,
an evangelist, through the summer and
fall. The pulpit at Greenwood will be
occupied in the future by Kev. Walter
rorter, a young holiness divine, on
every first Sunday.
lie v. l.A. Hardin fills his pulpit at
Port Koyal every Sunday eve as usual.
Misses Jamison. Harris and Kodirers.
who have worked faithfully in getting
up money to by an organ for the Port
Koyal church, have succeeded, and
ordered the organ from a firm at Wash
ington, N. J. These young ladies
deserve much credit for tlie work they
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carmack, of Nash
ville, after a week's visit to Mrs. Car
mack's mother, Mrs. N. K. Chapman, on
Knon Creek, have returned to their
Miss p,essie Puford is with her friend
Mrs. T. A. Hardin, at Spring Hill, at
Miss Dora Lee, of Spring Hill, is the
guest of her friend, Miss Sue Kee Over
ton, this week.
Mrs. Winnie Jones and two children,
and Miss Lucie Pope, of Groveton,
Trinity county, Texas, ai rived at the
residence of Mr. W. P. Parham, Sr., last
Thursday, for a several weeks' visit.
They will go to Primm's Springs about
the first of July, to spend the summer.
Miss Kthel McAlister, of Hickman
county, is on an extended visit to rela
tives in this community.
The young people are preparing to
have a concert at Greenwood in the
near future. If the program which
they have arranged for the occasion is
carried out, it will be a splendid affair
There was a debate at Greenwood
school-house last Saturday night; guess
"Alma" will give the full particulars.
With best wishes to all, I am the
same, Gypsy Klaik.
DID YOU KVKK
Try Klcctric Hitters as a remedy for
your trouniesT ir not, get a bottle now
'and get relief. This medicine has been
found to be peculiarly adapted to the
rcner anu cure or an remaie com
plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in
lluence 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, Klcctric Hitters is the med
icine you need. Health and strength
are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents
and $1. at Woldn'dge t Irvine's Drug
Store. june4 ly :ij
ROKERTS' BEX1JAXI) KXOIt CKEEK.
Knob Ckeek, June 14. Kev. T. W.
Noland delivered a most excellent ser
mon at Godwin Chapel last Sunday
morning. Some in our church are en
Joying good, "old-time" religion, aud
that's only the kind that will take us
all to heaven. '
We had an interesting League meet
ing last Sunday night, aud 1 think a
great many of the members are work
ing with all their hearts. If every one
does his duty as he should, our League
meeting next Sunday night promises to
be the best one we've had for some
Miss Klla Kshman, in company with
Master Karl Page, returned to her home
near Petersburg last week.
Mrs. Fannie Cates is spending part of
this week with her daughter, Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. N. M.Page and child
ren returned from a most delightful
visit to Culleoka relatives last week,
and had the pleasure of attending
Children's Dav services at the Metho
dist Church w hile there. The exercises
were highly interesting; had excellent
singing, and all the children were as
near perfectly trained as could be. We
wished some of our people could have
been there to see how perfectly every
thing was carried on. Perhaps they
would have caught a little enthusiasm
which would have been a good seed
sown that might have yielded good
fruit some future day.
Prof. Kshman, Miss Ophelia Page and
Miss Klla Kshman visited the Cen
tennial last week, and returned home
I chime in wilh "Contributor" in sug-
Why Pay Eiorkitant Prices
Summer : : Bargains
Is brim full at
Full Yard-wide Heavy Drown Do
mestic, round thread, smooth fin
ish, will go with this sale at 4c
Calicoes, of the newest designs.
standard quality .. Vic i
Yard-wide Pleached Domestic, a
record breaker 5c
Scotch Lawns, nobby patterns
Smooth Cloth, Dress Ginghams, a
l()c quality at 5c
Standard quality Penang 7Jc
Ped Ticking, reduced from 2"c to
17c, from 20c to 15c, from lite to tic
Heavy Shirting reduced from 10c to "c
7411 Factory Sample Straw Hats, no
two alike, most of them nobby
and stylish, each worth double
and thribble our price, !c, 14c,lic,
'24c, 34c, and 41c
Latest Shapes and Newest Styles
in Soft Fedora Dress Fur Hats,
in leading shades, such as pearl,
olive, bronze, brown and black,
sold elsewhere at $2.50, here at 95c
Hoys' half wool Knee Pants, sold
elsewhere at 25c, here at .. .. 13c
Childs Wool Filling Knee Pants
Suits, only filic
An Klegant Suit for Youths, dres
sy and serviceable, 15 to 1! years, $2.50
For Sewing Machines When You
Can Do Better?
All machines that I handle are
inaf 11 ihov nn renresented. I chal
lenge the world to offer a better $20
machine Tor $20. or a Detter u 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 payments.
S. B. STEPHENS,
ltd hell Block, Colombia, Tenn.
dec 11 6m
Men's Durable Pusiness Suit, good
quality and line looker ... . $:1.50'
Men's Klue Flannel Suits, the best
quality made, guaranteed not to
change colors, in square or round
cut, regular price $10, our price . $.50
A magnificent late style Launder
ed Dress Shirt, colored bosom,
our price 3lc
A dressy, stylish, extra quality
Penang Laundered Shirt, collars
and cuffs attached, newest shades, 45c
We sell a regular Unlandered 75c
White Shirt, at 45c
Ladies' Oxfords, low cut shoes,
Nos. 3 and 4 only, at 3Hc
Ladies' Lace Tan Shoes, high cut,
coin toe, solid $1.17
21 pair, all number 3's, a $2.00 and
$3.00 quality Dongola Button, La
dies' Shoe, reduced to Jic
Men's Chocolate and Wine Colored
Shoes, latest fad, sold at $1.75,
here only $1.30
Same in Boys Shoes, from 1 to 5,
and Youths, from 13 to 2, reduced
Infants' and Children's Shoes in
large varieties, in all the newest
styles and colors
WE ALSO CARRY A LARGE VARIETY OF
Trunks, Valises and Traveling Bags,
All of which will be sold at the closest possible margin.
Ve are closing out our entire stock of' NECKWEAR at and below
cost, consisting of Scarfs, Tecks.Four-in-Hands, Rows, Ties. Our stock in
this line is large and varied, and we are confident the selection and prices
will please you. We can save you 50 per cent in the Neckwear Line. If
interested in this line, give as a call.
THE BEE LINE
to prosperity is to strike a
Bee line for the only . . .
n n rm 1 J
gesting that the kind editor let us have
our annual picnic on the Centennial
grounds this year.
Tliis is certainly hot enough weather
now, aud the dry weather is appreciated
while farmers are so busy cutting
Mr. Lee Alexander continues to have
Mrs. Lucas is very low with con
LEFT HI I'll.
Lkktwich, June 14. Mr. Charley
Hichardson.of Lilliard's Mill, visited
relatives in our neighborhood last week.
Mr, and Mrs. F. L.Patterson and little
children are visiting relatives at
The young people of our neighbor
hood have sincimi at Antioch on Sun
day evenings. It is much enjoyed and
A number of our voting people at
tended the concert at Hurricane last
Thursday night. It was a perfect suc
cess, as both teacher and pupils ren
dered their parts w ell.
Mrs. Tom iiiKieii ami Airs. v. m.
Hardison have been very sick the past
week, but we are glad to know that
they are now improving.
K. Hardison and F. L. Patterson
will attend the Teachers' Institute at
Columbia next week.
We feel highly complimented by
"Puer's" nice sayings. Wonder what
has become of "Little Stranger? v rite
oftener, "Little Stranger;" your pieces
are greatly missed.
Mai te and Blanche.
body is invited ; come and have a good
"Contributor," we think it would be
delightful to have our outing at the
We now have a request to make. We
are now making our scrap-book,
composed of the Herald prize stories,
and find we are missing the last part of
the story entitled, "Two Women." We
are very anxious for it, as without it
our book will he incomplete. Any cor
respondent or any reader of the
Herald who has it would confer a
great favor on us by sending it. You
can notify us through the cor
respondent of your community, and we
will then write you and send stamps
with which to mail it to us. It was
printed in one of the March editions in
THIlK IS NOTHING SO GOOD.
There is nothing just as good as Dr
King's New Discovery for consumption,,
coughs and colds, so demand it aud do
not permit the dealer to sell you some
substitute. He will not claim there is
anything better, but in order to make
more profit he may claim some
thing else to be jus't as good. You
want Dr. King's New Discovery be
cause you know it to be safe and re
liable, and guaranteed to do good or
moiieyrefunded. For coughs,colds, con
sumption and for all affections of throat,
chest and lungs, there is nothing so good
as Dr. King's New Discovery. Trial bot
tles free at Woldridge it Irvine's Drug
Store. Regular size 50c and $1.
June4 ly 3
Don't think because you are sick and
nothing seems to give you relief that
you can't be cured. Tliere must be a
enrefor you somewhere. If your doctor
can't cure you, perhaps he has mistaken
the cause. Anybody is liable to make
a mistake sometimes. One in three of
us suffer from indigestion, and one out
of three dyspeptics doesn't know it.
That is, he may know he is sick, but ho
blames it to something else. Indiges
tion is the cause of half of our danger
ous diseases. Shaker Digestive Cordial,
made from tonic medicinal roots ana
herbs, is the most natural cure for indi
gestion. It relieves the symptoms and
cures the disease gently, naturally, elli
ciently: giving fresh life, strength and
health' to sick dyspeptics. At druggists.
Trial bottle for 10 cents.
MT. NEIH AXI) SAWDUST VALLEY.
Mt. Nkiio, June 14. Under the sooth
ing influence of a gentle, soft summer
rain, we begin the pleasant task of
writing our communication to our wel
come weekly visitor, the Hekalp. We
always take" great interest in reading
what it contains. May it ever wave as
a banner of peace over old Maurv.
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Joyce returned
Saturday after having spent several
days in "Nashville, visiting the homes
of'('ol.ieo. It. Knox and Kev. H. S.
Mc Bride. They also greatly enjoyed
visiting the Centennial.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Temple visited
his mother. Mrs. ltrinn, at Polk Sta
tion, a few days ago.
Aunt Rosa 'MeBride has been quite
indisposed for several days, but is
somewhat improved now.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pigg, of Snow
Creek, are visiting her parents Mr. aud
Mrs. Alex McKennon.
Ouite a number from our community
atlenuea me quarieriy meemiK m u
liamsport Saturday and Sunday.
Kev. . Whit Kussell and W. L. Tem
ple are at home again after spending a
month attending court in your city.
tin Tuesday afternoon, June 15, at 2
o'clock, at the home of the bride, Miss
Lixiie Sargent and Mr. K. P.. Reeve, of
Texas, will be united in marriage, Kev.
K.O. Linn performing the cerenfony.
Thev will leave immediately for their
home in Texas.
HMay every Joy that heaven can send,
Wealth and every kind of treasure,
Health and happiness to her, our
And Joy without measure."
- Mt. Xebo Ep worth. League wJlUitiye
n ipurream festival on Tuesday night.
' June J2, in Dr. Joyce's front lot. Every-
of all kinds. We also have a line of me
dium and cheap work, the best for the
money ever brought to the city. We take
pleasure in showing you what we have.
Willi ms pout, June 14. During the
past few days the weather has been in
tensely warm, but this (Monday) after
noon we are being blessed with refresh
ing showers, the lirst we have had for
several weeks, and everything seems to
raise a drooping head in gratitude to
the Almighty for this blessing.
Kev. Mr. Heaves, of Shady Grove,
preached Saturday, on the Quarterly
meeting occasion, aud Pro. Hensely on
Sunday. Pro. Hensely also delivered a
sermoii to the children in the afternoon.
Mrs. Rice is the guest of her grand
father, Mrs. E. L. Gregory.
Misses Maggie and Addie Woolard,
Linda Lusk, Heulah Bratton, Frankie
Kinzer and Mr. C. C. Woolard are visit
ing Misses Lillian and Klla Johnson.
Mr. (i. W. Stockard, Jr., is spending
this week with his parents near Lips
comb. Miss Annie Kinzer has returned from
Mt. Pleasant, where she has been at
tending (ichool during the past four
months. Miss Mary Preston came
with her. and will remain several days.
Mr. Leon Sheddan and Miss Hattie
Dorsett have returned from a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Harlan.
Miss Jesse McGee, of the Columbia
Institute, is spending this week with
Mrs. J. K. Walker.
Mr. Frank Kenfroe is on the sick list
at present. Hope he will soon be well
Mr. S. S. Porter, Jr., of Union City,
paid the "Port" a flying visit last week.
Mesdames Jane Dobbins and It. 11.
Jones, of Lipscomb, are visiting Mrs.
Mrs. U. D. Heath and brother, Mr.
Jeff Haley, are visiting the family of
Mr. Jeff Dorsett. Memphis.
(Continued to Seventh Paee.)
The workman oftaiynts hi lunch on the
me bt-nch where htr lot his work. The
office limn turni his desk Into a dlulng
lable. Neither gets the out of doors exer
cise he need, neither taken the proper time
for eating. It Is small wonder that the di
gestion of both gets out of order. In such
cases Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets come to
their assistance by aiding nntare In tnklng
cure of the fond. Thecause of nlne-lentbs of
the sickness of lhe world Is constipation.
Krom this one cause come Indigestion; dis
order of the stomach, liver and kidneys;
biliousness, headaches, flatulence, heart
burn, ImpuritT of the blood and the serious
complications that follow. To begin with,
constipation Is a little thing, and a little
thing will cure it. The -Pleasant Pellets"
are tinv. sugar-coated granules. They will
perfect! v cure the worse case of constipation
and lndigelon. If thedruggist tries to sell
rou some other pill that pays him greater
profit, Just tbink of what will best pay you.
Parry Road Wagon, only 27.50.
Kauffman, Road Wagon,WM'ara"a
Leather Quarter Top Buggy, only $45.00.
Phaetons, all kinds and prices.
Vi "W . " ' n- f ,.'
Troy Carriage Co.'s Jump Seat Surreys; A light, roomy re
hide for four passengers.
J. F. Street & Co
TELEPHONE No. 8.