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T1IK' COLUMBIA 1IKUALD: FIUDAY, SBI'TEMIlEK 3.-I IK.
KOKKKTS HEM) VNi KXOIl CKKKK.
Kxdii Crkkk, Aug. it;). On account of
the meeting at the Itaptist Church last
flight, few were in attendance at the
League, and tho League meeting was
changed to a regular song service and
prayer-meeting which if kept up would
do a great deal more good than any
League, for prayer-meetings will do our
church more good than anything, and I
must say it is sorely in need of prayer,
liy-the-way, a prayer-meeting whs
organized at (Sodwin Chapel yesterday,
and will meet every Sunday afternoon
at :'. o'clock.
A most excellent meeting closed at
Roberts' Chapel hut Wednesday night.
1'ev. It. IS. LI mi, who was assisting in
tiie meeting, was called home on ac
count of the serious illness of his son,
who is lying very low with consump
tion; we 'sympathize greatly with them
and feel that an All Wise (Sod will send
his sweet, comforting spirit to help
them hear this great sorrow.
Miss Lillie Porter, of Columbia, came
out last Friday t spend a few days Willi
Miss Mamie Vesey.
Mrs. Henson V. ins, of Culh'oka, spent
a part of last week with Mrs. X. M.
l'age, anil is visiting relatives in
Roberts' liend this week.
M iss Mines of Roberts Rend, expects
to go to Xashville to-day to visit rela
tives and attend the Centennial this
Misses Winfrie, (Men, Rosabel, Mary
Linn and Kmtna Roberts, Messrs. l'et
wav Howell, Muncey, and Marvin
Roberts, Miss Ida l'age and Mr. KlUott
Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1'. Roberts, ex
pect to go to Xashville Wednesday to
attend the Centennial a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. X. M. l'age expect to
join their imrty and also tho II k Kami's
correspondents on Saturday. Many
thanks to the kind editor for the tickets,
which we received a day or two ago.
Misses Turner, of 'Cincinnati, are
visiting their sister, Mrs. Charley Hull.
Mrs. Hart, of Alabama, visited her
aunt, Mrs. Rebecca Hughes, last week.
We otTcr one hundred dollars reward for
any env of Cnlnrrli I lint can not be cured
toy Hull's Catarrh Curt'.
K. J. I'll KX KY A CO.. Props.. Toledo. O.
We the undersigned, have known V. .1
Cheney for the lust 15 years, and believe
til in perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and linancinlly able to carry
out any obligations made by their tirni.
West tfc Truax, Wholesale liruggist, To
Waldlng, Klnnan A Marvin. Wholesale
Drugt?ists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon Die blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Hold hy all Druggists. Testimo
nials free. Hall's Kainily l'illsare the best
fl novFbA xp, Aug. .'id. Rev. Fred S.
Mitchell very ably occupied the pulpit
-yesterday at' Pleasant Mt. Mr. Mitchell
has been spending the past month with
his mother at this place. He leaves to
day for Coffeeville, Miss., the place of
his future work in the ministry.
The congregation of Pleasant Mt. is
called upon next Sunday to elect two
dencons for their congregation.
The citizens of this community are
requested to meet at Pleasant Mt,
cemetery next Saturday for the pur
pose of cleaning off the ground. They
are also requested to bring their din
ners and spend the day in a good cause,
The protracted meetings will begin
at Hurricane the fourth Sunday in
September, and at Philadelphia the
the first Hundav in September.
The farmers Bre very busy working
the roads, saving fodder and plowing
their wheat lands. 1 here will be
very large aeerage sown this fall. The
farmers are a little encouraged over the
prices of wheat, hogs and mules.
Heavy hogs are worth 3!' cents per lb,
Wheat is a little on the decline, while
mules are on the advance.
Jinimie Iiavidaoii, Henry Davidson
and Heorge Rrown were very lucky
last week hunting pearls. In two days
and a half thev found t'20.7." worth. One
was sold for $10.00 and would have been
worth lii or fl had It not been for
Mrs, Rrvant. Miss Lula Knimctt and
Birdie Wright attended the Centennial
Miss Delia Gilliam, the IIkkald's
4'Thelma"of Park's Station, has been
-on the sick list.
Our public school at Pleasant Mt,
Accadeiny is getting along well under
the care of Clvde (iallowav. It has
about forty pupils.
Mr. J. V. Tanner had the misfortune
of getting his toe badly mashed last
Miss Katie Moselev. of Columbia, is
visiting her cousin, Miss Susie Dille-
iiav. this week.
Many thanks to our kind editor for
permittinir us to attend the big Nash
ville show. It Is a great opportunity
some of us probably would not have
had otherwise. Hoping to meet the
entire Hkrai.p family on the 4th, I am
yours truly, jiobi.
Indiurestion is often taken for con
sumption. The word consumption means
wasting away, ana aysoepucs onen
waste away as badly as consumptives
The reason people waste away is be
cause either they don't get enough to
eat, or they don't digest what they do
eat. If the latter is vour trouble, take
Shaker Digestive Cordial. This will
help you to digest your food and stop
vour loss of tlesh. Shaker Digestive
1'ordial is made from herbs, barks and
the juices of fruit, by the well-known
Shakers at Mt. I-chanon. It possesses
meat tonic and digestive powers. Slia-
L-er lliivniiti v I'lirdixl hs cured mativ
supposed consumptives (who were real
ly dyspeptics), by simply helping their
stomachs to digest tlieir fo'd, thus
giving them nourishment and new
strength. Sold bv druggists. Trial
bottle 10 cents.
Sinn vsipk, Aug. ). (uie a nam be r
of visitors have visited our litMo vu
lage since our last.
Nlrs. Hall of Lavergne, is with her
sister Mrs. Rrunihaeh at present.
Mr. J. F. Ramett of Lewisburg, is
boarding with Mr. A. L. L'merson.
Misses Cook of Waco and M iss Julia
Orman of Spring Hill, visited Mr. John
Alexander and family last week.
Rev. Willis preached to an attentive
audience at this place Sunday aftei
noon. Miss Maud Matthews is on the sick
list this week.
Mrs. Iockhart of Kntcrprise, is visi
ting her father Mr. X. K. Due.
Messers. Daimwood and Loftin of the
Bear Creek vicinity, were with Sunny
side friends recently.
We are very sorry indeed that one
of our girls will leave for Texas soon;
hope, however, that her stay will not
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have returned
from a visit to frituJs at Hampshire.
(Sodwin, Aug. .in. We despise a liar.
Some one said the past few days were
pleasant, but we don't believe it.
Mr. Rainey is making extensive and
much needed repairs on our pike,
(irief Coggins sold his "Ray Pilot"
mare to Kasterri parties recently, for a
I)r. Henderson and son, of Memphis,
visited the family of W. IS. Sud berry
Mr. and Mrs. 1. T. Crawford, of
Thompson Station, are making Mrs.
C.'s parents a visit.
Miss orah Hughes returned home
We notice in a communication from
Maple Mount, that we did vote for Mc
Kinley, etc. We are not writing for the
II kha'i.k for the purpose of stirring up
a row with our dear, beloved friend
"Contributor," but to give the news.
We must say, however, that "Contribu
tor" lias the wrong sow bv the ear.
"l-'it.''did not vote for McKinley.
have said enough now and hope
will be satisfied.
M iss Ora Cowsert is quite ill.
Mrs. Harte (nee (lakes) visited
family of Mrs. Morgan Hughes
Squire Hughes bought the benches
for our new school-bouse out Saturdav.
Miss Carrie Mcliaw. of vour citv. will
he our teacher.
Protracted meeting begins at the
Methodist church at Timinons, the
second Sunday. l-'rr..
SOMKTIIIXG TO KNOW.
It may ho worth something to know
that the very best niediciue for restor
ing the tired out nervous system to a
healthy vigor is Klectric Rttters. This
medicine is purely vegetable, acts hy
giving tone to tho nerve centres in the
stomach, gently stimulates the Liver
anil Kidneys, ana ai'ls these organs in
throwing off impurities in the blood.
Klectric Ritters improves the appetite,
aids digestion, and is pronounced by
those who have tried it as the very best
blood purifier and nerve tonic. Try it.
Sold for 50 cents or 1 per bottle at VVol-
dridge A- Irvine's Drug Store.
juiie-l ly 2
Riuhyvii.i.k, Aug. .ML Last Saturday
morning dawned bright to many ex
pectant ones, and the day proved all
that one could desire At'an early hour
ciowds began to gather, some to wit
ness the stock show and many to meet
and mingle with friends, and to spend
the day in a social way. A large crowd
was in attendance, and an abundance
of dinner was on the grounds. The
stock shown compared favorably with
any former display. iuite a number of
visitors rrom otner neignoernooas
Mr. George Terry of Jefferson, Texas,
who visited his brother Mr. John Terry
at Sandy Hook, came up to the stock
show aiid to see his niece Mrs. S. P.
Perry. Mr. Terry met many friends
who were glad to see him as this was
once his home.
Miss Rello McFall, of Austin, Texas, a
charming visitor of Lynnville, accom
panied her aunt Mrs. Anderson and
spent tho day pleasantly at tho stock
Mr. E. It. Alexander, of Midlothian,
Texas, reached here several days since
to visit the family of Mr. W. A. Alex
ander. He, accompanied by Mrs. Alex
ander, who has been here for several
weeks, will return home tho latter part
of the week.
Miss Mary Lizzie Trousdale has re
turned to Kentucky to take charge of
Miss Rettie Fleming, of Hurricane, is
visiting the Misses Kaires.
A very enjoyable social was given by
Misses Nettie and Kate Walker recent
ly, complimentary to their guest Miss
Annie Grillith of Mt. Pleasant. Delic
ious watermelons were served during
Miss (ieorgia Taylor, of. Columbia,
came out last Thursday to remain sev
eral days with her friend, Miss Helen
Moments are useless if trined away;
and they are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where One
Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. A. B. Rains. ly
MT. NEH0 AM) SAWDUST VALLEY.
Mt. Nmm. Aug. .31. Rev. H. S. Mc
Bride, of Xashville, occupied the pulpit
at JSebo Sunday morning at 11 o clock
He was here on a visit to his mother
and other relatives, and favored his old
friends with one of his most excellent
Ouite a number from here attended
the revival at Cross Bridges last week,
conducted bv Mrs. Frame.
Mr. and Mrs. II. X. Mayberry spent
To We Room
we offer all our Men's, Young Men's
and Boys' Suits at
ACTUAL COST. .
Some odd suits for less than cost. All
our Straw Hats at half price.
Men's colored laundered shirts the
best makes, two, three and four
of a kind; former price hoc
and 75c ; Sale price
Men's Drill Drawers
Men's lMeaehed Drill Drawers,
made with double seats
Men's Balbrigsrun Undershirts
or drawers, former prices 2."c,
.Mrc,oOcand ioo; hale price
l.")C,2Dc, S)C and
Men's Soft Bosom Shirts, just
the thing- for hot weather,
worth from ."c to $1.00; Sale
All our light weight shoes in tan,
oxhlood or black, at actual cost
Bnv your Roods now and save
money." This sale will last 30 days
K A DAVE
j 'The Acknowl-
Star Clotbins House,
N.Side Public Square.
several days recently
visiting friends and
sights at the Centennial
Mr. Kugeno (Soar1, from near Lane,
Dyer county, spent last week here witli
LUtluOtey Davis Gray, of Ashwood,
spent a week here le leiitly witli Rev.
and Mrs. G. W. Russell.
We are sorry to note that Mr. Robert
J. Linn, Jr., continues in quite a low
state of health.
Mr. O. L. Mellride has recovered from
his recent attact of fever.
Mrs. Hester Kstes has improved
sulliciently to be able to attend church
on last Sunday.
M isscs Teniiie and Wilburn McKen
niin and Rosa Osborne, of South Colum
bia, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. T.
Kstes uot long since,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Johnson and Miss
Mary Johnson, of South Columbia,
paid an extended visit to Mrs. George
Xanee since our last.
M r. Gid Johnson is on a business trip
in the lower counties.
How can we thank our
hearted editor for giving us
pleasure? We feel sure tho
lie greatly enjoyed hy all
respondents. Hoping to have
pleasant tiny, we are tlu same,
The "Ricyciist's Rest Friend" is a
familiar name for DeWiti's Witch
Hazel Salve, always ready for emer
gencies. While a specific for piles, it
also instantly relieves and cures cuts,
bruises, salt rheum, eczema mikI all
affections of the skin. It never fails.
A. 15. Rains. ly
Andrews, Aug. Ml. The low, rumb
ling tones of thunder make us hope for
a good rain to-night. Stock water has
become very scarce. Springs that were
thought to be "never failing" have
failed this time. Corn is suffering bad
ly and Irish potatoes are not coming up
Mr. Xewt Vaughn has a largo drove
of hogs on the Barker farm, aud some
of them have the cholera. Several
Mr. John Lofton is fattening fifty
cotton mules for the Southern mifrket.
Mr. Jim Dillehay drove to town this
morning, cunt good mules that be had
purchased for Mr. Ed Armstrong. He
drove in several last week, four of
which ho purchased from Mrs. Lilie
Mr. W. F. Seoit sold his pretty saddle
horse, Frank, last week for $100.
Messrs. Marshall and l-itzgerald are
drilling a well at I'nioii Grove. I f they
strike water now it will surely hold
good through any dry spell.
Mr. J. K. 1'. Andrews started out with
his new engine to-day to attach to a
clover huller. Do not know where he
expects to begin. There is not a field of
clover in this community to be Hulled
that we know anything "about.
Messrs. Altred Tombs and Sam
Journey got on the trail f a mad dog
this morning, and followed it beyond
Rock Spring, where they killed it.
.Mr. IjKikin l; ulnar and sons are mak
ing some nice molasses now. They
sold a barrel in Columbia Saturday for
twenty-four cents a gallon.
iMder r. c sowell expects to begin a
meeting at Hurricane next Lord's !ny
night, preaching only at night. The
brethren have purchased the old Metho
dist church there.
Mrs. Thomas has suffered intensely
for some days with a rising in her head
Misses Ida and Regie Rlaloek have
been quite sick the past week.
Mr. Jack Jones is very low with pneu
monia, and lus son Johnnie iscoiitined
to the bed also with a severe cold and
risings in his head. Dr. Williamson is
attending them daily. Grave fears are
entertained for trie recovery of tho
Mr. John Clinton, wife and habo left
for the Indian Territory last Wednes
dav, where they expect to reside.
Mrs. Jessie oavis lias returned from
Mrs. Sue Xeil.of Marshall county, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Josie Sowell.
Mrs. Pet Sharber has been eutertain-
ing her mother, Mrs. Andrews, and her
sister Mrs. Campbell, and friend Mrs.
Longworth, of Xashville, the past week.
.Miss Carrie Seobey returned to her
home in Hillsboro to-day.
Little Miss Xina Sowell has returned
from a visit to her grandparents in
Air. and Mrs. r. c. Sowell and child
ren attended the Centennial last Thurs
day. Little Mary Scott has been the victim
of chills and fever tho past week.
KII'l'I.IMl V AVKS.
Save Your Life
By using "The New Great South
American Kidney Cure." This new
remedy is a great surprise on account
of its exceeding promptness in reliev
ing pain in the Kidney, Bladder and
Rack in male or female. It relieves re
tention of water, and pain in passing it
almost immediately. Save yourself by
using this marvelous cure. Its use will
prevent fatal consequences in almost all
cases by its great alterative and healing
powers. Sold fcj A. B. Rains, Druggist,
Columbia, Tenn. (febl'2 ly.
Knox Ckkkk, Aug..'!!. The
tent meeting, conducted by
seph Jamison at Spring Hill, closed last
Sunday night. The song service by
Prof. Rineheart was splendid; the bes't
of behavior was carried on during the
service, and strict attention was paid to
the speaker, while very large crowds at
tended every service. 'Mr. Jamison did
some earnest preaching, pleading with
the sinners to turn from their w icked
ways and live a better life, but there
was very little interest manifested by
those who attended.
The Misses Allman, of Lasea, visited
Mrs. J. II. Loch ridge, on Knon Creek,
last week, and attended tho tent meet
ing at Spring Hill.
Messrs. Campbell and German Par
man, of Fran Klin, spent last week with
relatives in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. David Chambers, of
Rethesda, Williamson county, Mr. and
Mrs. Kidd, of Texas, were entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Chambers, of
this community, several days of last
Mr. Sam C. Carinack and wife, of
Nashville, are visiting Mrs. Carmack's
mother, Mrs. Klizabeth Chapman, of
this neighborhood, at this writing.
They will return home the latter part
of this week.
Miss Kula Kpps, of Ilarpeth, is the
guest of relatives here at this writing.
Mr. David Jones and sister Mrs. Piatt,
of Groveton, Texas, were at Mr. W. P.
Parham's several days last week. The
object of Mr. Jones' visit was to accom
pany his wife back to theirTexas home.
Mrs. Jones has been summering at
Primm's Springs for her health, which
was greatiy benefitted. They left for
home on the ;th.
Messrs. S. C. Carmack, of Xashvillp,
K. P. Chapman and J. L Dudley, of this
vicinity, and Masters Dunlap Carmack
and Ray Chapman, spent from Wednes
day until Saturday of last week on
Duck River, fishing and hunting.
Mr. B. C. Well, a very old man of this
vicinity, is on the sick list this week.
rodder-pulling has commenced in
this part of the county, but it is so drv
and liot the work progresses slowlv.
A young gentleman arrived at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Buford,
Jr., on the 24 inst, w ho neither supports
WITHOUT DOUBT THE MOST WONOfRfUL
VITAL REMEDY EVER .DISCOVERED.
I MANUFACTURED 8Y
A Wonderful Vitalizing Hemedy
for lloily and Mind.
Rev. W. I). Shea, of the North (ieor
gia Conference, gives his experience in
the use of the tablets:
"Two years Hgo I realized that I was
a broken down old man, and felt the in
firmities common to old people loss of
memory, f-tep faltering, and felt that my
life work was about done. Seeing an
advertisement in the Wesleyan Christi
an Advocate in regard to tho wonder
ful effects of Haggard's Specific Tablets,
and having known Dr. Haggard inti
mately for twenty years, I decided to
try his remedy. I found immediate
good results, refreshing sleep, better
appetite and restored circulation, with
increasing; vitality, and I now take
pleasure in testifying to the beneficent
results of my own case and commend
ing Dr. Haggard and his valuable dis
coveries to all who need a wonderful
vitalizing remedy for liodv anil mind.
"W. D. Shka."
A. B. RAINS,
Sole Agent for Maury County.
a moustache, walking cane, or cigar,
but is receiving daily calls from the la
dies every since his arrival.
We return many, many thanks to our
big hearted Kditor for oiir tickets, and
will be on hand the 4th, if not provi
dentially hindered. Gypsy Ri.aiii.
(Continued to Seventh Page.)
IMUHYYILLE STOCK SHOW.
l'l-oraiiiuin ef Hie Annual Kxliiliit ion
Lnst'Saturday was the occasion of
the annual stock show at Bigbyville.
A Rood crowd "vas in attendance,
and all had a good time. Following:
is the programme which was car
Rest bull any age, J. A
prem.; K. V. .Murphy, cer
Rest bull any age, J. W. Faires,( Vare
Kllas Landseer), prem.
Host bull under two years, J. W.
Faires(Dock Brown I, preni.
Best cow any age, J. W. Faires (Clif
ton Beauty), prem.
Rest heifer under 2 years, J. XV.
Faires, prem.; same, cer.
Best Jack 1 year and under 2, C. L.
(lidcomb, prem.: K. M. Pender, cer.
Rost jack 4 years and over, A. B. M.
Walker, prem : same, cer.
Special ring by A. R. M. Walker, best
mule colt by jack, Miss Lizzie Burket,
prem.; Jonas Ingram, cer.
Best jennet foal, W. J. Yancy, prem.
Rest jennet :i years and under 4, J. W.
Special ring by J. S. and C.A.Wright,
best mule colt by jack, James Pender,
prem.;. I. J), narrow, cer
Best mule colt, Miss Lizzie Burket,
prem.; James Pender, cer.
Rest mule 2 years and under 3, J. S,
and C. A. Wright, prem.; Houston Mc
Rest mule :l years and over, W. B,
Faires, prem.; James Adkisson, cer.
Best stallion 4 years and over, A. B
M. Walker, preni.; Capt. J. N. Alexan
Special ring by A. B. M. Malker, best
colt hy Woldridge, A. X. Smith, prem.
Dr. Russell Perry, cer.
Best gelding 2 years old, P. A. Huck
aby, prem. ; Chas. Hatcher, cer.
l'iest gelding A years old and over, P,
A. Huckabv. prem.; A. X. Smith, cer,
Rest horse, mare or gelding, A. B. M.
Walker, prem.; C. A. Wright, cer.
Best gentleman rider, Alf Fleming,
nrem.: C. S. Thomas, cer.
Rest boy rider under 15 years, Mamard
Murphy, prem.; Jones Perry, cer.
Special ring bv W. J. Yancy, best
mule colt by jack, W . J. ancy, prem.;
Jonas Krwi'n. cer.
special ring by K. M. Sheegog, best
colt by "Krwin, " K. M. Sheegog, prem.;
Houston Bros., cer.
Special ring, best saddle horse, J. S
Wright, prem.; Houston Thomas, cer.
Special ring, best saddle mare, K. P.
Patterson, prem.; W. T. Perry, cer.
Special ring, best harness horse, J. D.
Barrow, preni.; W. T. Perry, cer.
Special ring, best harness mare, C. A.
Wright, prem.; Jas. II Giddens, cer.
Special ring, best saddle mare, :i-years-
ol:l, Jasper Home, prem.; John Nelson,
No. 1. Will Rurness, 1st; Harve Mc
Cain, 2nd; Jim Rurness, ,lrd; Walter
Xo. 2. Clarence Matthews, 1st; Lu
ther Renderman, 2nd.
THE GKAXUKST I1KMKI1Y.
Mr. R. R. Greeve, merchant. of Chil-
howie, a., certities that he had con
sumption, was given up to die, sought
all medical treatment that money
could procure, tried all cough remedies
he could hear of, hut got no relief ; spent
many nights sitting up in a chair; was
induced to try nr. King s .New Discovery
and was cured ny the use or two Dottles
For past three years has been attend
ing to business, and says Dr. King's Xew
Discovery is the grandest remedy ever
made, as it has done so much for him
and also for others in hiscommunitv
Dr. King's Xew Discovery is guaranteed
for Coughs, Colds and consumption. It
don't fail. Trial bottles free at Wold
ridge A' Irvine's Drug Store.
June4 ly (2)
st Seventh Street, Next to Metbodiit
Church, Columbia, Ti5
VII work and perfect satisfaction guaranteed
jS -- -Jfk
AjK 'y.-wwrat jjiiiwui wa i Mwumwuim , M , r-!.mwmw 'TT I it
Is the only perfect seeding machine, from the fact that it has the only
feed that cannot he clogged hy strings, straw, or other foreign substance,
consequently an even distribution of
nas disc openers for making furrow
proof against freezing. The rolling
sow in trashy ground where a drag drill will fail. It is the only machine
with two separate and distinct feeds for wheat and oats, and i9 the only
grain drill ever olTered that will sow a stand of Hurt oats; and has other
points of superiority too numerous to
John Deere Hed
With Chilled Points, Steel Frog, and l)ouhle Shin.
This is our second year handling thig plow. We have tested it tlior
oughly and find it superior to anything ever sold in the Columbia market
as tojdraft, quality of work, and will sued where others fail.
Dick's Famous Ensilage
We carryin stock all the leading sizes of this well-known cutter, and
will.shortly add to our line the Improved Dick cutter, with pneumatic
elevator, something entirely new, novel and convenient.
Our stock of Buggies, Surreys,
etc., is as complete
c c (J
i- O v
o j- 7$
rt co CQ
o 3 ;-
tho seed is driven from both sides:
for seed, insuring an even aeptn ana
discs lesen the draft one-third ; will
Cross Steel Plows.
and Straw Cutter.
Phaetons, Wagons, Harness,
as before our Are.
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Street 81 Co.
CITIZENS' TELEPHONE No. 8.