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THE COLUMBIA 1IEKALD: Fill DAY, JULY JJO, lii7.
hv dtumlij SntTcspiijEitk
Timmons, July J7. Norma
Stewart of Columltia, in ",'iending a few
weeks with Miss Callie Hrown.
Mr. Eli Sellars in improving since h'.s
return from Tennessee mines; hope he
will soon he well again.
Mr. Jackson Haywood will begin
teaching a singing school at Knob
Creek Church the first Monday in
Horace Williams got hurt Saturday,
while hauling, by a load of lumber fall
ing on nun.
Rev. T. W. Noland has returned from
Toronto, Canada. Ho preached to a
large and attentive audience at (iodwin
Chapel Sundav morning. I was sorry
to learn his little son Welrh was very
badly hurt by falling from a tree last
There is a little boy at Mr. KM Eras
er's, Jr., who will stay an indefinite
Miss Sallie Stone from Robertson
countv, is visiting relatives here.
Miss Martha Hrendle has returned to
Mr. Buchanan's, after an extended
visit to Nash vilk.
Mr. J. T. Haywood and Miss Lizzie
A'estal wore united in marriage the l"th,
by Kev. R. K. liawson. Mr. Haywood
is' one of our most energetic young
farmers, and has won a nice, domestic
young woman for his wife. They have
the well wishes of many friends.
We have been blessed with an abund
ance of rain, and corn is looking well.
here, will return home to-day.
Miss Myrtle Pennington will begin a
school on the Branch to-day. We hope
she will have a full school, for we think
she is a competent teacher.
Mr. Tour, of Pulaski, is at Rev. L. W.
Grimes' and will board there and go to
school at Howard's Institut) to study
for the ministry.
Bro. W. N. Murphy will preach at Mr.
W. J. Kail's on the first Sunday in
August and on Saturday night before.
With best wishes to the Hkkald
family, we are, Bkktha and Efkie.
III YOC KVKIt
Try Electric Hitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If 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 Hitters is the med
icine you need. Health and strength
are guaranteed iiv its use. rittv cents
Slimmer :: Bargains
Is brim full at
UDer ior 9 isc
and $1. at
- Irvine s Drug
Tin-re Is more Catarrh In this section of
the country than all other diseases put to
gether; and until the lust few years it was
supposed to be Incurable. For a great many
years doctors pronounced It a local disease,
prescribed local retnedies.and by constantly
failing to c-ure with local treatment, pro
nounced It Incurable. Science litis proven
catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and
therefore required const It ut ional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by K. .1.
Cheney A Co., Toledo, ( ihlo. Is the only con
stitutional cure on the market. It is taken
Internally In doses from in drops to a teas
pointful. ' It acts directly on the blood and
inm-oiis surfaces of the system They offer
one hundred dollars for any case it fails to
cure. Hend for circulars and testimonials.
Address. K. .1. I'll ksky & Co., Toledo, O.
Hold bv Unionists, 7.i
llMU's'Kainilv Pills are the best.
Jan 17 !!y-l m
Concokp, July 35. While the thunder
is rumbling iu the far distance, and the
flake clouds are floating hither and
thither. I find myself trying to write a
few lines for the Hkkai.p.
I have been requested to announce
throiiL'h the columns of this paper that
a protracted meeting w ill begin at Con
cord the third Sundav in August, con
ducted bv Rev. T. E. Hudson, of
Pulaski. We hope to have a good at
teiiiluncc and an interesting meeting
for Bro. Hudson is broad-minded and
tireachcs with force.
Prof. Redman, of Thompson Station,
has been employed to teach the sehoo
at Concord. He has been highly recom
mended to us as a diligent and earnest
wnrL-pr ill f lip school-room.
Mrs. William Cathey, of Texas, and
Mrs. Bee linker, of Shady trove, w ere
intests of Mrs. H. F. Ely last week.
Mr. Pleas Joyce and'family, of Texas,
nn visiiitiLT relatives in tins com
1 1 1 1 1 i i I v.
I read in last week's paper that Mr.
Ben Elv had lost an excellent buggy
hiirsp ! but. that is not all a few days
later he lost a good mule; cause of death
Clarence Elf and Ira Baud have been
mi th sink list.
Mr. James Hicks, the merchant and
postmaster at Ben, lias sold his prop
er! v tn bis In'ol her.
The rain has a-aiii prevented the
threshers from running. There an
sovelul thiilisnlld bushels Vet to be
threshed In this community.
With best wishes for the reunion,
ovpr it may be. if there be anv at
all, I remain, as ever, Ikknk.
Til UK IS NOTIIIMi SO (iUllll.
There t nothitm lust as good as lr.
U i n it's ew Discovery for consumption,
ooughs and colds, so 'demand it and do
not permit the dealer to sell you some
substitute. He will not claim there is
anvihiiiL' better, but in order to make
noire urolit, he may claim some'
thini? else to be iust as good. You
want Hr. King's New Discovery be
cause von know it to be safe and re
liable, and guaranteed to do good or
nioiiev'refuiided. Eur coiighs.colds, con
sumption and for all affect ions of tn mat,
chest and lungs, there is nothing so good
as lr. King's New Discovery. Trial bot
tles free at Woldridge iV Irvine's Drug
Store Iteirnbir size .Vic and Si.
june4 ly 3
Watkk Vai.i.ky, July 2i. This
gloomy Monday morning, as the wel
come rain is falling, we will try to give
the Hkkai.d what few items we have
isro. owning iauea to preaen at Alex
ander on yesterday afternoon on ac
count of sickness in his family. Bro.
Patton, of Santa Ee, gave us a nice talk
on our Sunday-school lesson.
Rev. Patton will conduct a series of
meetings at the Baptist Church this
I'he Epworth League will have a
missionary meeting on next Minuay
at 10 o'clock at the Methodist Church.
Sunday-school at ! o'clock. All are in
vited to attend.
Old Uncle Tomnue renn is very sick
at this writing, and is not expected to
Mrs. Miller, of lexas, is visiting in
Mrs. Andrews and Miss Annie Hull,
of Dickson, who have been visiting in
our village for some time, returned
home last week.
Miss Daisy Pigg, after a pleasant visit
with relatives and friends in William
son countv. has returned home.
Misses ura ami iwvriie nowen, oi
Santa Ee. were iu our miiNt last week.
Mrs. W. (. Johnson, of I urkey .creeK,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. loin
Mr. J. T. Eleming is indisposed at
this writing. We trust he may soon be
"Orestra" spent several days wit It
relatives near (iosheil last week, and
attended the protracted meeting at that
place. As ever the same,
Full Yard-wide Heavy Brown Do
mestic, round thread, smooth rin-
sh, will go with this sale at
Calicoes, of the newest designs,
Yard-wide Bleached Domestic, a
Scotch Lawns, nobby patterns 4'c
Smooth Cloth, Dress' Ginghams, a
lnc quality at. .
Standard quality Penang
Bed Ticking, reduced from o to
l"'4e. from 20e to l."c, from lnc to
Heavy Shirting reduced from lnc to
7-M Factory Sample Straw Hats, no
two alike, most of them notmy
and stylish, each worth double
and thribble our price, (te, 14c, lic,
21c, Illc and
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."d, here at
Boys' half wool Knee Pants, sold
elsewhere at 2rc, here at
Childs Wool Filling Knee Pants
An Elegant Suit for Youths, dres
sy and serviceable,!,) to 19 years
Eood undigested is poison. Digested
it is life and strenirth. Millions of it.-
suiter from indigestion, but we often
don't know it. We think it is something
else. Even doctors often mistake the
symptoms. Pale, thin people, w ho are
overworked, who need strength, who
seem in .want of proper food, snoui
take Shaker Digestive Cordial. It is
astonishing what food will do when
properly digested. It will make you
strontr. revive voii. refresh you, sustain
vou.makevou rat. restore your cotor
'make muscle, brain fibre, courage, en
durance, energy ; increase your power
to throw otT disease and Keep you
healthy and happy. Indigestion does
lust the opposite, but indigestion can be
cured and prevented with Shaker Di
gestive Cordial. Sold by druggists. 1 rial
bottle 10 cents.
WE ALSO CARRY A
Men's Durable Business Suit, good
quality and tine looker ... $:l.50
Men's Blue Flannel Suits, the best
quality made, guaranteed not to
change colors, iu square or round
cut, regular price $10, our price . . t.50
A magnificent late style Launder
ed Dress Shirt, colored bosom,
our price Site
A dressy, stylish, extra quality
Penang Laundered Shirt, collars
and cuffs attached, tie west shades, 4.1c
We sell a regular Unlandered 7"c
White Shirt, at 45c
Ladies' Oxfords, low cut shoes,
Nos. :t and 4 only, at 3Hc
Ladies' Lace Tan Shoes, high cut,
coin toe, solid . $1.17
21 pair, all number It's, a $2.00 and
$.'t.(Ki quality Dottgola Button, La
dies' Shoe, reduced to !5c
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 lit to 2, reduced
Infants' and Children's Shoes in
large varieties, in all the newest
styles and colors
LARGE VARIETY OF
1 ' j
Is the onlv iiHifect seeding ni:icliiiie. fi'oin the fact that it lius the only
feed that catin-.t be cloirge.l bv stt ings. straw, or other foreign substance,
consequently an even ilistri'oitioo nf the seed is driven from both sides;
has disc openers for making furrow for seed, insuring an even depth and
proof against freezing. The rolling disc lessen the draft one-third; will
sow in trashy ground when- a drug drill will f-iil. It is the only machine
with two separatp and di-tioct f -..,s for whM it and oats, and is the only
grain drill ever ottered Hint will -nw a ftn:td of Hurt., outs; and has other
points of superiority too numerous to mention.
Trunks, Valises and Traveling Bags,
All of which will he sold at the closest possible margin.
We are closing out our entire stock of NK'JKWEAIl at and below
cost, consisting of Scarfs. Tecks.Eonr-in-Hati(is, jsows, lies. uursioeK in
this line is large and varied, and we are confident the section and prices
will please you. We can save you oO per cent in the Neckwear Line. If
interested in this line, give us a can.
THE BEE LINE
to prosperity is to strike a
Bee line for the only . . .
Ci'vi i. it Star. July 25. There w as a
meeting at I'nion (irove last Friday
n id 1 il i n net ml the it rou nd. The follow
in.r til-pitchers were present: Revs
;rv. Dale. Park and Whittaker. They
nUo" heht a meeting at Smyrna
l,w Thursday. and organized
a Christian Endeavor Society. The
following oiliecrs were elected: Daniel
Wiliiuins. President: D. K. Minor, Yice-
l.-.i,in if II. Nicholson. Correspond
m, r s..eietni v! Miss Pinie Amiek, Re-
eiiidliiu-Secretary: (J. S. Hunter, Treas
nrer;look out christians. Miss Carrie
Minor. W. T. Donley and Miss Ella
Smith : oraver committee, (i. S. Hunter,
Mrs lt.ivie"Williams and R. 11. Nichol
unit on iriii it literature. J. L. Overtoil, D.
Iv Minor mid Mrs. Doolev. There
were 22 members enrolled, and we hope
lw.r. will he a trreat many others,
This society will meet next Sunday
ufi.r..,.,.n ut :i oVIiipU. nnd we hope w e
u-ill Iihvh a trood crowd out, as this will
ha our first nicetillLr.
Mr. Will Sow ell, of I'nion City, Obion
county, is circulating among menus
li i J c II t V
A pmt 'acted meeting commenced at
Lasea last Sunday, conducted by Elder
The public schools will begin on Bear
first Monday in August.
As ever. Pi kk.
Bun, July 2i. Dr. Pleasant Joyce and
family, and Mr. Joe Church and family,
of Texas, are on a protracted visit to
friends and relatives at this place.
Mr. William (iant, of Nashville, was
Mr. H. D. McKennon, of Hierson,
visited the home of Mr. T. N. LeNinger
since our last.
Miss Katie Joyce visited friends here
several days last week.
Mrs. Binns and children and Miss
Emma May Higgins have returned to
their home in Nashville.
Mr. J. C. Hicks, our merchant at Ben,
hns sold out his store to Mr. Rav Hicks.
Mrs. Eugene Bingham and daughter,
of Arkansas, arp visiting menus nere
at present. .
We are glad to report Mr. oiney
t.inck much better at this writing.
Mr. J. C. Hicks and wife and daughter
Irene, visited friends in Hickman
countv several days last week.
onitp a number attended the nsn iry
in Mr. James Fly's lawn last Saturday.
There was a bountiful dinner spread
and the dav was spent in a most en
joyable maimer. Poini.v.
Garwood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
cuaranteed to cure. a. u. kains
SUA HP'S C0I5NEK.
Sua lie's CoitNK.il, July 20. There
have been splendid rains in this sec
tion, after two months of almost con
tinned dry weather, which did much
damage to the crops. It is now hopetl
that there will be a fair crop made if the
season continues favorable.
The w heat crop in this part of the
county is the best we have had for
years. Theiialitv was never better,
and the yield is large.
Miss Laura Fuller, from North Caro
lina, is the guest of her uncle, E. M.
Fuller, at this place. Mie expects io
take in the Centennial on her return
Misses Lula and Nora Rainy and Miss
h-R Neelev are the guests of Mr. Lee
Neely and' family this week.
the puiilie school ai mis pi.ii-c is fil
ing on nicely unuer ine iinei-uon m
Prof. Amos Derryberry. I here is some
talk of having a wed drilled at this
lace for the benefit of the school.
We regretted very uiifh to hear of
the death of Mr. Ed Bra.ier.
Davis' sister, Mrs. Cannon, at Belfast,
Marshall countv. last week.
Miss Jane Ay'delott, of Columbia, is
visiting friends in our midst at present.
Mr. Robert Kennedy and wife have
been in Lawrence county visiting rela
tives the past two weeks. They will be
at home this week.
Juite a number of our young people
leave this week for Petvsville, Ala., to
spend a month.
Mr. Oreen Ranisev and sisters, of
Waco, Texas, are visiting in our mid
Mr. Milton ancy was bitten by a
snake last week while thinning corn,
which caused him much pain, but the
wouitil is improving now.
School will open at McCain's Academy
the tirst Tuesday in August.
Prof. James A. Tate, of Favetteville
will delight the people of this colli'
munity w ith one of his most excellent
lectures at McCain's Academy, on Tues
day night, August It. Everybody is in
The Ladies Missionary Society held
their usual monthly social meeting at
the parsonage Tuesday. Unite a num
ber were present, and spent a pleasant
Sick headache can be
completely overcome by
famous little puis Known
Little Early Risers
lis " De'iU's
A. B. Rains, ly
Don't neglect a cough because the
weather is pleasant; before the next
storm rolls around it may develop into
a serious difficulty beyond repair. One
until I'kiihIi I'lire IS easy io HM- nun
will do what its name implies,
CAMP UK ASCII.
Camp Branch, July 3.Mr. Jim
iipson is here from Texas, and is sick
with fever. .
Mr. S. D. Morton and w ife visited
T. Nolesand family since our iasi.
i.. .k .-wired the home of Mr.
liam Kindle last Thursday. July 22, and
claimed for its victim Mrs. William
Kindle, aged 7!. She leaves asorrowitig
husband and a host of friends and rela
tives to mourn her loss.
i, WitidlP arrived from Texas
to attend the bedside or ins nuatirr
A few days before her death.
Mr. Ell Cecil, who has been visiting
Tiikta. July 2.V The home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. Turpi n was a scene of youthful
pleasure and en iovment on last Satur
dav night. A large number of gallant
beaux and pretty young ladies were in
attendance, and'all had a most enjoy
able time. Delicious refreshments in
the nature of ice-cream, cake and
lemonade were served during the even
ing. The time was spent in merry con
versation and music.
Miss Nettie McKnight, who has been
visiting relatives on Cathey's creek, re
turned home to-day.
Mr. J. M. Rountree and little son
Minor, who have been quite sick for the
past week, are improving.
Mr. Earl Haw kins, while at work at
the thresher one dav last week, had the
misfortune to get' his hand cut, the
fingers of his left hand being cut to the
Mr. and Mrs. Will Patterson and son
Stanley, of Eagleville, and Miss Cora
Patterson of Verona, are visiting the
family of Mr. W. W. Stanley this week,
and expect to visit the Centennial be
fore thev return home.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. McKnight, of Isom,
are visiting Mr. McKnight's mother,
Mrs. M. A. McKnight.
Mr. Fred Ragsdalc, of Santa F'e, is
visiting his uncle, Mr. J. M. Rountree,
and will attend the Centennial this
Miss Nannie McKee is on the sick list
Miss Florence Bassham. of Knob
Creek, is engaired to teach the free
school at this place.
Prof. 1. E. Dortch isexpected to begin
a vintnni? school at this place the first
Monday in August, Cinperim.a
TKRRiHi.it Accipknt. It is a terrible
accident to tie burned or scalded: but
the nain and agony and the frightful
disfigurements can be quickly overcome
...i. aflvinff a scitr tip iistnir iie-
t Wit fa Witch Hazel Salve. A. B. Kains.
McCain's July 2i. This beautiful but
hot Julv afternoon finds us back in old
Maury Countv, "on the lull," eniovmg
the delightful summer breeze, having
fust returned from a two wccks trip
through the counties of Lewis, Hick
man and Lawrence, as it was our pleas
ure to accompany Rev. W. A. Provine,
of Columbia, Rev. M. E. oabard and
wife, of this place, in their church ranv
tour through these counties. We all
returned feeling very much improved
after feasting for two weeks on good,
pure, freestone water and big dinners
every dav. We traveled over a dis
tance of l.'.ii miles, admiring some of the
most beautiful works of nature we ever
saw; such as the high, overarching
cliffs of rock, with all kinds of ivy in
tertwined over them, on Rock House
creek, which took its name from a
family that lived under the clitT in a
rock house built by nature. Then we
climbed the mountains slope, and got
lost on the ridge known as Swan ridge,
where the deer reigns supreme as they
bound from one deep ravine to another.
We visited ten churches in all, the pres
bytery having sent Revs. Provine and
(iahard out to hold these rallies, as did
the Apostles Paul and Silas in olden
times visit their brethren to see how
tlipv did and to do them good. Mrs.
(iahard, ever in the interest of woman's
work, presented the cause of missions
and the Woman's Board. We trust
much good w as accomplished, as goon
rallies were held at all these churches,
one Endeavor Society was organized at
Bethel. Lewis countv, consisting of ten
active and five associate members.
As we reached home the sad news
was awaiting us it the deaths oi mj
aunt, Mrs. J. C. Jones, of Belton, Texas,
who died lust a week after her mis
band's return from the soldiers reunion,
and mv cousin, Mrs. Ralph MeAdams,
of Belfast, Marshall county. Amid the
pleasures of life there is death, oui uou
(mite a number from this place
attended Children's Day exercises at
lilennwood last Saturday.
Miss Mattie Allison, of Pulaski, and a
former teacher of McCain's Academy,
Is visiting friends in our midst.
Mr. Will Reed, of Pulaski, was here
last week in the interest of his school
at Amis School-house.
Messrs. Linzy and Clarence Matthews,
in company with Misses Claud and
Pearl McCain, visited friends and rela
tives at Belfast, Marshall county, last
Mr. Ed Hall, sisters and nephew, left
this week to visit relatives at Fayette
ville. Miss Emma Hall has accepted a
school at Benton. I a, and will leave
about the first of September.
Mr. Milton Matthews and family and
Mrs. Fannie Scott, son and daughter,
leave this week for Wayland Springs,
to spend a month.
Mr. L. B. Davis and wife visited Mrs
John Deere Red Cross Steel Plows.
Willi Chilled roinK stfel Frog, and Doable Shin.
This is our sn-oiid venr handling this plow. We have tested, it thor-
ouglily and find it superior to nnytiiliig ever Mini iu me iiiuihuui niumcw
us to draft, quality of work, and will shed where others fail.
Dick's Famous Ensilage
and Straw Cutter.
or.u.l I v CiiEKK, July 27. Friday the
2:'.rd, as had been previously announced
was the dav set apart for Children'
Day at Ebehezer C. P.Church. Follow
ittir is the nroLrram for the dav:
SotiLT. " We Are Marching to ion."
Prayer by Rev. M. E. Oabard.
SntiV. "This is IlanovChildren'sDay
Rccitatioii."Childreh,8 Day," by Maud
Sunir "Sunshine In The Soul."
ltecitntion. "Thv Will be Done," Lula
Howell, Ida Beekum.and Ethel Howell
Noiiir "Children's liaV.
riioiKinir Bible verses. Ida Beckum
T.eih. Howell. Maud Swauil, Clyde
Swann. Joe (iilbreath, Hattie Douglas
and Sallie Bailey.
Komr "Whiter Than Snow."
lteein.tion. "Helping Others," Kate
Melv'isieU nil. I llatlic Roddv.
liecitut ion. "The Victory''' by Felix
SoiiLF. "On To Victory."
Recitation bv Sallie Claire English
"Mv Alabaster Box," Florence
Ilnob n til .
Song. "Leaning On The Everlasting
A mi s '
Recitation. "Wanted For The King,
. ., r . . . fl, .1 .1
Song, "The world Musi ne laueu
"Little Soldiers," by Johnnie Robb,
Marvin Bailey, Clyde Swann, and Ner-
"TteeUat'ion, "Child's Wisdom," Robt.
Recitation, "Don't," by Joe (ulbreath.
Song, "Don't Delay."
Recitation, bv Hattie Douglas.
Recitation, "The I'nseeii Seen,' by
Recitation, "The Heathens Need,"
Mittie Howard. , .
Song, "A Cry From Macedonia.
"Only A Penny," by Felix Howard,
Herbert Swann, Claud Roddy aud
Recitation, "in ins .auie, uuinnnc
Song, "The Macedonian C ry.
Recitation, "(iive," by Robt. English.
After the exercise, Prof, kimhrough,
of Campbellsyille, gave a splendid lec
ture to the children (in riuus vii ine
Sunday-School," which was very much
appreciated bv the older ones as well as
the children. An excellent address by
Mr. Robt. Holt and a few remarks by
the pastor, Rev. W. J. Willis, and then
adiournment for dinner. The after
noon was devoted to Missionary work
by Rev. M. E. (iabard and wife. Clos
ing song, "iod Be With You Till We
Meet Again," and benediction. Thus
closed one of the happiest services held
at this church in a long while. Miss
Beulah McCain presided at the organ
and rendered some very excellent
music on this occasicn. Space forbids
us mentioning numerous visitors from
a distance, that were present that day.
Rev. A. W. Stockard preached Bt
Ebenezer Sunday, filling Rev. W. J.
Willis' rptriilar appointment.
Miss Clara Berchert, of Yieksburg,
We carrv in stock all the leading sdzes of this
...m i,n,ti',. ,.,i,i to nor lino the improved Dick
n hi piivii ui ,,v. ...v.. ,
elevator, something entirely new,
well-known cutter, and
cutter, with pneumatic
novel and convenient.
Our stock of Hussies, Surreys, Phaetons, Wu-ons, Harness,
etc., is as coniletP as before our Hre.
tl( ( K
(Continued to Seventh Paae.)
Street Hi Co.
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