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THE VA)LUM1HA Jlh'HAJJf: FlM DA V. AUGUST H I
(jKovkunp, Aug. !. A protracted
meeting lias been in progress Ht I'leas
ant Mount t lie past week, conducted hv
Kev. T. K. Hudson. Kev. H. II. Polk
preached two very able sermons during
the meeting. Kev. T. H. Mitchell, of
Coffuville, Mis., is visiting hoinefolks
and assisting in the meeting. Kev. M.
L. Kone, of Culleoka, assisted some in
the meeting. Six persons were receiv
ed into the church Sunday, two ly con
fession and four hy lett jrs.
Mrs. . I. K. Crews, who bus been visi
ting relatives in Texas, has returned to
Mr. and Mrs. Charley llickerson, of
Manchester, Tenn., visited relatives in
this vicinity last week.
Mrs. Kila Irvine, of Polk's Station,
Obion county, is visiting her sisters,
Miss Mattie'and Nomia Lancaster.
M iss Denie Crews, of Hear Crock, is
visiting Miss Susie IMIleluiy.
The public school will commence at
Pleasant Mount Academy next Mon
day, conducted ly Clyde (ialloway.
With hcst wishes' for the IlilHAI.O
and its many readers, I am as ever,
Km it in.
wino i:i:vai:i. wino
Tin1 readers of this jinper will he pleased
to learn t hat t here is at lea-t one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure in
all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure
known to t he medical fraternity. Cata. rli
helng a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, net inn directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of t he
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving ""' patient
st retmth by build inu up t he const it ut ion anil
assisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its cur
rat ive powers, that, t hey offer ne Hundred
Iiollars for any ease that it fails to cure,
hi ml for list of testimonials.
Address. K..I. I II I'.N KY A C ., Toledo, O.
Hold by Druggists, 7.V-.
Hall's Kamily Pills are the West .
KOHKKTS HKM AM) KXOll CREKK.
Knoii Ckkkk, Aug. 0 Kevs. K. (i.
Linn and W. (). Koberts will conduct a
protracted meeting at Huberts' Chapel
beginning next Saturdav, Aug. 14.
There will be an election of ollieers in
our League at Godwin Chapel next
Mr. and Mrs. C P. Koberts returned
from a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs.
lienson Kvins, of Culleoka, last week.
l'rof. Kshman's mother, on her re
turn from Athens, Alabama, paid hi in a
short visit last week at Ksq. Page's.
The following were the visitors at
Mrs. Vesey's the past two weeks:
Misses Keliecea Paris, Lizin Leftwieh,
Jessie McCain, Viola .(ones and Mrs.
Fonts, all from Columbia ; also Kev. ,1.
X. Yesey, wife and children, from l!os
ton, Ky. Mr. Vesey will return home
Tuesday, via Nashville; his family will
remain with relatives in Santa Fe for
Mrs. Ida Neiplin leaves for Nashville
Tuesday to spend a few days.
Miss Mamie Yesey returned Satur
day after a pleasant visit of two weeks
to friends at Park's Station.
Misses Km ma Page, Carrie Sewell
and Master Luther Sewell, of Nash
ville, are visiting at tlieir uncle's, Ksu.
Page's; also their cousin's, Mr. N. M.
Page's family this week.
Miss Hettie Keaves, of Columbia, is
visiting friends on Knob creek at this
writing. She has much sympathy in
the loss of her mother, her best earthly
"Chloe" and family returned from a
pleasant visit to relatives on Leipers'
creek and at Santa Fe last Saturday.
Misses Joe and Olivia Foster, of
Carter's Creek, are visiting Miss Win
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Adams visited her
parents at Tlieta last week.
There will bo a fishing party at Hun
ter's Ford, in Koberts llend, noxt
Thursday. We are all anticipating a
Mr. Ebon Alexander is on the sick
Mrs. J. K. Koan is also indisposed.
Garwood's SiirHiipunilu-rfor the blood
guaranteed to cure. a. B. Rains.
MT. ZIOS AM) Til ETA.
Mt. ion. Aug. 8. After an absence
of several weeks from the columns of
the ever welcome IIkkald, we come
We have had a glorious revival at Mt,
ion since our last communication.
There were twelve conversions and
live additions to the church, and the
christians were greatly revived. The
meeting was held by Bros. Jones and
Little, of Petersburg, and Hro. Isom.
Never did ministers preach the (Jospel
in such thunder tones, nor christians
work more faithful; never were Uospei
songs sung with more melody, and nev
er was prayer more earnest and effec
tive. There is some talk of organizing an
Kpworth League at this place. We
nope that every one will Help us in
this noble work.
Miss Florence Basham is teaching
school at Theta. We hope patrons and
pupils will be pleased with her, as she
is a re lined votinit ladv.
Misses Kpperson and Huggins, of
asnville, are visiting Mrs. in. is. iai
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Pewette, of Mt.
1 leasant, have Just returned home rrom
a pleasant visit to relatives in this vi
cinity. Mr. and Mrs. Kruee White, of Camp
bell's, are visiting relatives here.
Miss Ida Adkisson, of Columbia,
pcut a week with Mrs. Malinua (,auo
Wav sincn out bo.
Mr. Ijoii Fitgerald is quite sick at
mis w riting.
With best wishes for the Hkkai.d
and its man v reader, I remain.
School- it Kb.
Old people who require medicine to
regulate the bowels and kidneys will
Jind the true remedy iu Klectric Hitters.
This medicine does' not stimulate and
contains no whisky nor other intoxi
cant, but acts as a tonic and alterative.
It acts mildly on the stomach and
bowels, adding strength and giving
tone to the organs, thereby aiding na
ture in theperformanceof the functions.
Klectric Hitters is an excellent appe
tizer and aids digestion. Old people lind
it justexactly what they neM. Price 5Uc.
and I1.0H per 'bottle at 'Woldridge V Ir
vine's drug store. ." june4 ly
Maim.k Moot, Aug. 10. Another
"writing spell" induces us to contribute
something to votir most valuable paper.
Mr. M. K. Allen shipped oue car of
hogs and cattle, and Mr. Cook of Santa
Fe, not in two cars Saturday.
A bridge man had the misfortune to
get hurt at the railroad bridge this
morning while engaged at work. The
block iell from the tackle striking him
on the arm and bruising it consider
ablv. Several months will elapse ere
the bridge reaches completion. They
are putting in the coffer for the digging
and clearing out for the erection of the
second pillar to-day.
James Sed berry, of Thompson's, came
out to see his parents at (iodwin on lat
Thursday, accompanied bv his two in
teresting children, Huruard and Willie.
The children will remain with their
grandparents for some length of time.
Mrs. Ida Jackson is visiting her
mother. Mrs. Cowsert, at this writing.
Mis. Dr. McKwen came out with
James Gregory last Friday to visit
friends on Knob Creek.
Hro. Krnest Timmons preached for
thecongregation at Turkey Creek last
Kev. .las. Harris Is at Campbell's Sta
tion, conducting a series of ni'etiiis.
The sudden appearing of "Kit.,"' of
Kast (iodwin, tickled the people of this
place. "Fit." says, "i;uess we can live
under the Hingley tariff if others cm,
but can't say we are struck on if." Well,
"Fit." voted for it. Now, don't try to
deny it. (.'oxrut iirron.
I'sion, Aug. !. Good water, rain and
health are very much needed at this
M r. M. L. Walters was taken serious
ly ill yesterday morning. We hope, by
the skillful aid of Or. Haywood, that he
will soon be restored to health again.
Mr. J. B. Pigg and family, of Santa Fe,
are with him at this time.
Mrs. Kmma (iodwin is no better.
Mrs. Joe Morrow, of Theta, has im
proved since our last.
Mrs. Mary McKnight, of Lieper's
creek, has been on an extended visit to
her children on Knob and Snow creeks.
She spent a day with your humble
scribe. We sympathize very much
with her in her allliclions.
Mr. K. 1). Whitaker, of Nashville, re
turned home Saturday, after spending
a few days with hoinefolks.
Mrs. J . A. Whitaker and children are
expected out from Nashville soon to
spend a few of the heated days with the
family of Mr. J. M. Whitaker.
Messrs. J M. Whitaker, W. Fitzgerald
and Clarence Petty went to the Kettle
Mills lishing last week.
The school is in progress at Union,
conducted by Mr. James Fitzgerald.
M iss Florence Kashani has charge of
the school at Theta.
On account of the protracted meet
ings, there will be no preaching at
I'nion until the 4th Sunday in this
Many thanks to "Jim Dandy" for his
We will wind up our budget by hop
ing for a blessed shower of rain e're the
sunsets. Mountain Pink.
The doctor may be a good old man, but
even so, medical examinations and the
"local application" treatment are ab
horrent to every modest woman. They
are embarrassing often useless. They
should not be submitted to until every
thing else has been tried. In nine cases
out of ten, there is no reason for them.
In nine cases out of ten, the doctor in
general practice isn't competent to treat
female diseases. They make a branch
of medicine by themselves. They are
distinct from other ailments. They can
be properly understood and treated
only by one who has had years of actual
firactice and experience in this particu
arline. This is trueof Dr. K. V. Pierce,
chief consulting physician of the Inva
lids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at
Kuffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, a remedy for all derange
ments of the reproductive organs of
women, has been in actual use for more
than thirty years. It cures every form
of "female weakness."
MT. XERO AM) SAWDUST VALLEY.
Mr. Nkiio, Aug. 10. Hev. Eugene
Kingham, of Marianna, Ark., occupied
the pulpit at Nebo Sunday, a week ago.
He and his wife were visiting Dr. and
Mrs. XV. XV. Joyce at the time.
The protracted meeting will begin at
Nebo the second Sunday in September.
It will also be the occasion of the last
quarterly meeting for this charge. We
are earnestly hoping that great good
may be accomplished in the Master's
Miss Kate Joyce, of Yazoo City, Miss.,
returned home last week after spending
several weeks very pleasantly with her
uncle, Dr. W. W. Joyce. She visited the
Centennial on her way home.
Little Krnest Daimwood spent a week
recently with his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Hanson, near Columbia.
Mr. Harry Nance is spending a few
days with his parents at Hon Aqua
Miss Ida Mayberry was with friends
at Foster's Chapel last week and at
tended the protracted meeting there.
Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Kstes, Messrs. Wil
lie Mayberry, Harry Nance, Otey Kin
der and others went up to the Centen
nial last week.
Mrs. Dr. Joyce is enjoying a recrea
tion at Primms Springs.
Mrs. Jasper Carrigan is spending
awhile with relatives in our midst.
Messrs. G. P. Johnson and son Merl
spent last week on a trading expedition
in Hickman and Lewis counties.
Mr. G. N. McKennon, Jr., cf Columbia,
after spending awhile hero with rela
tives, has gone to visit her mother, Mrs.
Web Nelson, at Enterprise.
Dr. XV. XV. Joyce and Miss Kva John
son left for Primms Springs this morn
ing to visit Mrs. Joyce. They- will re
turn ia a few days, hut Mrs. Joyce ex
pects to stay some time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I Chamberlain were
at Lipscomb recently, visiting the
family of Mr. M. A. McKride.
Mr. J. XV. XV. Mcllride is progressing
nicely with his new dwelling. It will
command a beautiful view, as it stands
on the level near the pike.
Hoping toever do our duty as corres
pondent, we remain, Vasiiti.
guaranteed to cure.
-for the blood
A. B. Rains
Gosiikn, Aug. K After some weeks
delay, we again attempt to chronicle
the happenings of our neighborhood.
Miss Fannie Sewell, from near Santa
Fe, has chargo of the school here. She
has a very good attendance and is giv
ing satisfaction as a teacher.
our protracted meeting closed the 4th
Sunday in last month. Hro. Keeves,
from Shady Grove, was with us a part
of the week. He. together with our
pastor and the local preachers, did
preaching, which resulted in some
spiritual meetings, one conversion
three additions to the churcn.
Tom Jenkins and family are spend
ing this week with relatives iu Hick
Mr. Newt Pickard and family, from
nearMt. Pleasant, are the guests of
Mrs. Pickard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Hud Jarratt and Hob Jarratt and wife
returned Saturday from a visit to Mar
Mr. and Mrs. K. I. Blackburn took
advantage of the excursion and visited
the Centennial the Sth Inst.
Will Ladd, Jr., and wife recently paid
a visit to Mt. Pleasant friends. We un
derstand that Will intends moving
there right soon.
Mr. Alva Gray, who has been spend
ing several weeks with relatives in
this and adjacent neighborhoods, will
return next week to his home in Ken
tucky. Mrs. Lou Ladd and little son Newt
intends going to Mt. Pleasant soon to
We have just received the sad intelli
gence of the death of Mrs. Alice Ladd,
wife of Hud Ladd, which occurred this
morning at their home on Leiper's
creek. We were not personally ac
quainted with Mrs. Ladd, hut aiwavs
heard her spoken of as being a good,
christian woman; and what more can
be said of any one? Mrs. Ladd leaves a
husband, rive little children, one broth
er and sister and host of friends to
mourn her death. Funeral services
will be conducted at the residence to
morrow, and burial at Goshen.
We are glad to report I'nele Tommie
Wrenn, as he is generally known, im
proving in health.
Kev. Wm. Koberts, of the Methodist
Missionary denomination, commenced
a series of meetings af'Iilaek Walnut"
Saturday the 7th iust.
Sain Gideomb and family, from
Buby ville, are the guests of his' father's
family at this writing. Fkankik.
Tired people are tired because they
have exhausted their strength. The
only way for them to get strong is to
eat proper food. Hut eating is not all.
Strength comes from good after diges
tion. Digestion is made easy with
shaker Digestive Cordial. People who
get too tired die. Life is strength. Food
is the maker of strength. Food is not
food until it is digested. Tired, pale,
thin, exhausted, sick sufferers from in
digestion, can be cured by the use of
Shaker Digestive Cordial". It will re
vive their spent energies, refresh and
invigorate them, create new courage,
endurance and strength, all by helping
their stomachs to digest their food. It
aids nature, and this is the best of it It
gives immediate relief and, with pc-r-severence,
permanently cures. Sold
by druggists. Trial bottle 10 cents.
McCain's, July !). When a stone falls
into a still pond there is a splash and a
ruflling of the surface and then the
circles begin to widen, and widen in
ever-enlarging waves until each shore
is lapped by the gentle ripples. We
should all feel our importance as much
as the little stone, in this world, and
broaden, lengthen and cultivate the
talents God has given us, until our lives
and character mould and fashion the
lives and character of others who come
in contact with us. Then we throw
into perpetual motion all the circles and
ripples of the deen, still sea of human
Again we come tilling our places in
the widely-known Hkuai.d. Although
a little stone's worth, 'tis always a
pleasure to us to contribute our part.
Our little town is all bustle and hurry
now, for recration days are about over,
and back to work we must go. School
opened last week under the well-known
faculty of Profs. Harris and Scott, with
an enrollment of seventy-live pupils
and with more to enter the first of
The presence of Mr. Jasper Horn's
family and Prof. Scott's sisters adds
much to the enjoyment oi our village.
We gladlv welcome them back.
Masters Tom and John Knglish, of
Enterprise, and Miss Hessie Thomas, of
Sunnyside, are boarding with Mr. Joe
Matthews and attending school here.
Miss Famv L. Gordon, of Fayetteville,
is visiting at Kev. M. K. Gabard's this
Among those who attended the Cen
tennial from our section last week
were: Messrs. W. J. Fry, W. J. Yancy
and brother, Kd Paisley, Marvin Fly,
Hoss and K. L. Walker and l-elix ..el
This community should feel proud of
the nice compliment passed on it by as
intelligent a man as I'roi. .lames a.
Tate; also to have the honor of having
him deliver his splendid lecture to this
people again last week.
Invitations have been Issued to the
many friends of thecontracting parties,
Mr. 'Koss Walker and Miss Kulalia
Walker, to their marriage at the resi
dence of Mr. J. K. Walker, Aug. is, at 3
Kev. M. K. Gabard assisted Kev. XV. J.
Willis in a meeting at Campbellsville
last week. From thence he will go on a
tour through the counties of Giles aud
Lawrence, holding church rallies.
The families which we reported
would go to Wayland Spriugs last week,
failed to go on account of a misunder
standing about the house.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oakley, of Knob
Creek, have returned home after a
pleasant visit to Messrs. Oakley and
Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Whitaker, of
Santa Fe, visited relatives in our midst
since our last.
The Alfred Burney Society will meet
again Friday night, Aug. l.'l. Hope all
the members will be present.
Mr. Woody and family visited rela
tives at Santa Fe and Knob Creek last
Mr. Marvin Fly received the sad news
of the death of his aunt, Mrs. Mattle
Ladd, of Leiper's Creek, this week.
Miss Annie Hell Craig, of Krentwood,
spent last week with her aunt, Mrs.
McCain's Kndeavor Society will hold
tlieir meeting at the county poor house
on next Sunday eve at ;$ o'clock. The
leaders are Mr. Will Henderson
and Miss Nora Dugger. Hope as many
Kndeavorers will go as possibly can,
and have a good meeting and much
good be accomplished.
Prof. Will Heed is getting on nicely
with his school at Amis' school-house.
We wisli him much success in his new
field of work.
We are sorry to report Mr. Kobert
Scott slowly sinking. His children are
all at his bedside, kindly administering
to his last wishes.
With the katydids in discordant
notes singing their lullaby of Katy-did
and Katy-didn't, occasionally joiued by
the chirping of the lonely crickets, we
pull too the blind, letting them enjoy
their royal festivities, for we can't, aud
bid the Hkkai.d a dreamy good night,
wishing it much success as the news
"Hkkai.d of Dixie." omkoa.
Santa Fk, Aug. 1(1. After a protrac
ted absence, we will attempt to give you
what few items we can collect.
Mrs. J. M. Kogers returned from
Primm Springs to-aav.
Mrs. K. D. Adkissdn and family and
Clarance Witherspoon and sisters went
to Primm Springs last Monday.
Mr. James Jones and wife came in
from the springs to-day.
Mrs. Sallie Forsiev, who has been sick
for more than a nionth, is Improving
Mrs. Dr. Walker was dangerusly ill
last week, but we are glad to report her
much better at this writing.
Clyde Allen has been confined to his
bed for two weeks with fever, but is
Hro. Owings and wife have gone to
Hampshire to see their daughter, Mrs.
Heasley, who is sick.
Prof. Patton began his school last
week with good attendance.
Messrs. Sam and Will Gaskill. Char
lie and Merideth Cook, Kd Hight and
all the pain
suffer is caused
by weakness or
the organs cf
when a woman is not well these
organs are afheted. But when
they are strong and healthy a
woman Is very so'.cfrrn sick.
Is nature's provision for the regu
lation of the menstrual function.
It cures all "female troubles." It
Is equally eff retire for the girl In
her teens, th young wife with do
mestic and maternal cares, and
the woman approaching the period
known as the "Change of Life."
They all need it. They are ail
benelittvd by it.
For adIce in cases reiu'rb? r?e'!al
directions, address, elvinf symptoms,
the " Ladles' Advisory Department,"
The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chatta
THOS. J. COOPER, Tupelo, Mist., tayi:
" My sister suffered from very Irregular
and painful menstruation and doctors
could not relieve her. Wine of Cardul
entirely cured her and also helped my
mother through the Change ol Lift "
Tom Forgey returned from Primms
Miss Kverett, of I'nion City, was on a
visit last week to her aunt, Mrs. Martha
Mr. Oscar and Claud Kogers are on a
visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
We received the sad intelligence yes
terday of tlie death ot Mrs. Hud Ladd,
of Leiper's Creek. Funeral services
were conducted by Hro. J. W. Patton.
Mrs. Ladd was a consistent member of
the liai'tist church.
Kev. Joe Vesey and family are on a
visit to Dr. Hulme's family in this place.
Dr. Hulme returned home lsst Satur
day from his brother's, who is very low
M rs. J. P. Johnson, who had gotten
about well from a severe spell of sick
ness, we are sorry to know lias relapsed.
M r. Geo. Coble'has a little boy sick
with pneumonia, and two other chil
dren also sick.
The election passed off quietly last
Thursday.with alight vote ; 4ii voting for
a convention and .14 against it.
Kevs. X. H. S Owing, of tne Metho
dist, and XV. J. Dale, of C. P. Church,
will begin a protracted meeting at this
place the 4th Sunday in this month.
We heard to-night that Mrs. Lize Mc
Kee, is dangerously ill with typhoid
Mr. F.wing Oakley, of Knob Creek,
was in the village recently, hunting a
location to send his children to school.
SOMETHING TO DEI'KNO OX.
' ; Mr. James Jones, of the drug firm of
Jones iV Son, Cowden, III., in speaking
or ir. King's ew Discovery, says mat
last winter his wife was attacked with
la grippe, and her case grew so serious
that physicians at Cowden and Pana
could do' nothing for her. It seemed to
develop into hasty consumption. Hav
ing Dr. King's Xew Discovery in store,
and selling lots of it, he took a bottle
home, and to the surprise of all she be
gan to get better from first dose, aud
half dozen dollar bottles cured her
sound and well. Dr. King's Xew Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds is guaranteed to do this good
work. Try it! Free trial bottles at Wold
ridge iV Irvine's Drug Store.
june4 ly. 5
Water Vallkv, Aug. 8. Hro. Owens
preached r s a good sermon this morn
ing at 11 o clock at Alexander. A large
crowd was present.
Prayer-meeting at Alexander on next
Sunday afternoon at :i o'clock, con
ducted by Mr. M B.Johnson.
Miss Lizzie Dodsou is visiting Miss
Annie Jones, of Santa Fe, at this writ
ing. Mr. J. P. Johnson is having him a
well bored right at his back door.
Mrs. Cora Hooker is visiting in Frank
lin at this writing.
Miss Xobia Fvaus was united in mar
rige to Mr. Walter Johnson, of Leather
wood, on last Wednesday evening at 5
o'clock, at the home of her father, Mr.
James Evans. The ceremony was per
formed by Kev. Keeves, of Leatner
wood. As Mr. Kvans was sick, the
marriage was celebrated very quietly,
very few outside of the family being
present. Mr. Johnson has wooed and
won one of our sweetest christian girls,
a girl that will, we know, make him a
good wife. We wish them much hap
piness, and trust that nothing may ever
mar the pleasure of their lives.
We have just learned of the death of
Mrs. Alice Ladd, wifeof Mr. Hud Ladd.
She died some time this morning. She
leaves an infant a week old. May God
comfort the husband and children.
(Continued to Seventh Pace.)
FINE FARM FOR SALE.
We will sell to the highest hiibler Ht the
court-house door, in tlie town of Columbia,
First Monday in Septemher, ls7,
a fir-t -class farm in Maury County, Ten
nessee. Said farm is located rinht at (iod
win station, two miles from Columbia on
the Santa Ke pike, and contains 2ln acres,
more or less. The land lies well and Is a
ucmkI farm Has a first-class dwelling and
all necessary tenement and out-houses and
barns; a tfood cistern and plenty of stoelc
water, l-'encini? Rood. Possession Riven
January 1st. ls, with privileRe of sowing
wheat this full, ltlsthe home of the late
Col. A. S. iodwin and titles all perfect.
ANo a small place of ' acres, located near
second toll itate on Kanta Ke pike, with suit
able improvements. Also acres wood
land in 1st district.
Turns of Sl.
Said land Is sold for division among the
heirs, one-lhlrd cash, and luilanre on a
credit of one and two years time. Notes to
Ix'Hr interest and be a lien on the land till
paid. For particulars applv to. or address
(iodwin Slat ion. Tenn,
J.J. I.. (i)IWIS.
s. V. tiiinwiN.
augu-,tHU I. (i. Godwin.
Is the onlv u-t feet ,...(! ii-u in .rhino, from the fact that it has the only
feed tlutt cannot be cIul-u'iI t - sti i' ,gi. ft raw, of other foreign substance,
consequently an ev.-n ilistri'Mition ,,f the si hi is driven from both sides:
has (tisc openers 'or niuk i n if furrow for eeil. iiiMiring an even depth and
proof against fi'-'pzintr. Tin-rolliifj" di-e h-s-on tbe draft one-third ; will
sow in trashy irmiiml win r- ., dm..' drill iM i iil It is the only machine
with t wo xtpnrHtf and di-tiio-t f-ed. f.,r wii- ir and oats, and is the only
grain drill ever offered tin' hi nw .i sin id of Hurt oats; and has other
points of superiority too numerous to mention.
John .Deere Red
Wilh'hilled PoinK Mod KruR, and Double Shin.
This is our si coiid yniir but iilini! this plow. We have tested it thor
oughly and find it superior to .,n. riiiiur ev, r sold in th Columbia market
as to;dralt, quality ol. wmk. ami ill Mieil w here others fail.
Dick's Famous Indie. gc
and Straw Cutter.
We carry.in stock all the leading sizes of this well-known cutter, ami
will shortly add to our line the improved Dick cutter, with pneumatio
elevator, something entirely new, novel and convenient.
Our stock of Uuggies, Surrejs,
etc., is as complete
C c O
u O v
rt co CQ
o c z
J. P. Street & Co.
CITIZENS' TELEPHONE No. 8.
Cress Steel Plows.
Phaetons, Wagons, Harness,
as before our fire.
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