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THE COLUJIMA HElfALU: FltlDAV, S121TKMIIKK 10, 1S!7.
I Our Goiuili GarrcsionWnl$.
San ta Vk, Sept. li. Dr. Walker has
been ijiiite iek for h week, hut we are
jjlud to report hi m better at th it writ
ing. Clyde Allen, who had gotten up after
a protracted spell of fever, took a re
lapse Imt Monday hut is now doing
Walter Hadley has typhoid fever.
We are forry 'to report Mrs. Mollie
Jleasley quite siek at this time.
The protraeted meeting at the ('. 1'.
Church closed with 1") or 'J! conversions,
and the church was wonderfully re
vived. The Kheneer Association will con
vene at the liantist church next Thurs
(Juke h number from Santa Fe and
surroiiiidiiii: country attended services
attioshen last Sunday , to hear Kro.
Mathcna resent the second blessing
The' tent ineetimi conducted by
Kd Walker of this place, closed
Sunday, with seveial conversions
christians ureal I v henelited.
Misses Keheccii and Mary Adkison,
returijed home last Sunday from Nash
ville. Mr. .lames Nichols and family, from
West Tennessee, are on a visit to Mrs.
iehos' lather, Mr. It. I). Adisod.
Mr T. I', tiaskill, of this place, was
married to Mrs Mamie (irahuin, of
Madisonville, Ky., at her brother's
home in Nashville". We wish them a
happv vovaue through life.
Dr. lliiline received the sad intelli
gence of his brother's death in William
son county this morning.
Messrs. 'James, Kd and Charlie Swan
son, of West Tennessee, were visiting
their aunt, Mrs. Martha Kin.er, and
Wm. Vounier's family last week.
Mr. John Downs, who moved to
Obion county seven years ago, is on a
visit to friends and relatives.
We offer one hundred dollars reward for
Miv case of Catarrh that can not be. cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
V. J. CIIKNKY CO., Props.. Toledo. 0.
We the undersigned, have known V. J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him u'erfeetly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out anv obligations made by their firm.
West&Truax, Wholesale Druggist, To
Waldlnu. Kinnan A Marvin. Wholesale
DrntfL'Ist s. Toledo. I 111 to.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
act I n directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, l'rlce cents per
bottle. Hoc by all nruilKlsts. Ickiiuhv
nlals free. Hall's Family fills are t he best
(Jlksn's Stokk, Sept. b. As our regu
lar correspondent has not returned from
isasiivliie, l inougni i wouiuseuu in
few items for the dear old IIkkaui,
Mr. llammet Hurt and Miss Eutie
Smith, both of tilenn'a Store, were uni
ted in marriage on the J!th: we wish
them much joy and happiness.
Mrs. B. C. Stephenson's health is very
The school at Dees Corner Is pro
cessing tlnelv with two teachers and
M r. Daniel Coleman has the erysipelas
on his face; we wish for him a speedy
recovery. A Si iistitl'tk
Cfi.i.Koi.A. Sept. , 1SH7. Editor
IIerttltllMt Saturday the Annual
Hfhai.d Correspondents, Reunion was
held on the Ceutennial grounds. This
year our genial editor did himself
proud. The Uehai.p family was treated
to a royal time. We will long remember
this reunion with feelings of great
Mr. tJresham'B school opened last
week with an enrollment of only twen
tv-four. The new building id a plain
but neat little gtrue.ture, situated Just
out of town in a secluded spot behind
dense thicket. Though small, the
building is largo enough for all re
At present the public school has
about eighty-live pupils on roll.
It is about time for some one to take
the matter in hand and start the sub
serintion for th new public school
building. M. F. ' IJallanfant proposed
at one time to give three thousand feet
of framing Ior .it. , No doubt he will
still do so. Others will, be Just as
liberal. Lets not sit still and allow the
public school fund to be used for this
building without an effort to make up
the amount tu other ways.
Koad working is in order here. The
road between Culleoka and Columbia
deserves especial attention. The work
should not be stopped with the regula
tion.live days;' but it ought to be pushed
ahead until'our end Is as good as the
other. We are glad to note that a num
her of our citizens are interested
this road to such au extent that they
have volunteered a number or day
work to net it in good shape.
Mrs. J. C. Fowler has returned to her
home in Indian Territory.
Miss Clabie Taylor left Wednesday
for Dallinger, Texas.
Miss llrownio Hewlett returned
Xnshvilla last week.
Miss Annie Hightower has returned
to Nashville after a protracted stay
with Mrs. M. H. Smiser.
Mrs. J. I). Shell has gone to Nashville
Dr. Williamson's four oldest children
are out from Columbia on a visit.
Mrs. Jo Love, J. A. D'igger, Jno,
Ininan. Miss Iiinian, and Mr. and Mrs,
T. N. Stephens attendod the II kuai.p'
reunion at the Centeunial last Satur
W. H. Tnnnell and family were visit
ing in (iiles county last week.
Mrs. S. C. F.vins is dangerously ill.
Charlie Units is back from Texas.
Mrs. W. 1. Moore has recovered from
a recent short Illness.
We are glad to report Henrv Martin
Jr. much better.
The Daptist meeting closed Tuesday
The result of the meeting was sixteen
The Methodist protracted meeting
J . A. Cochran and wife are visitin
their daughter at iiardison's Mills.
Oreshani A- Son shipped last week l'Jrt
cases of eggs. Two car loads of stock
were also shipped from this point.
THKK IS NOTHING M !OOI.
There is nothing just as good as Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds, so 'demand it and do
not permit the dealer to sell you some
substitute. He will not claini there is
anything better, but in order to make
more profit he may claim some
thing else to be just as good. You
want Dr. King's New Discovery be
cause vou know it to be safe and re
liable, and guaranteed to do good or
monevtrefuuded. For cughs,colds, con
sumption and for all affections of throat,
chest and lungs, there is nothing so good
as Dr. Kiug'sNew Discovery. Trial bot
tles free at Woldridge V Irvine's Drug
More. Regular site and $1.
junH ly 3
.T. EI5 AM) SAWDl'.ST VALLEY.
Mt. Xkiio, Sept. (. The spirit of
death, which has for some time been
hovering over the home of one of our
neighbors and friends, descended on
last Tuesday night at 10 o'clock, Aug.
SI, and bore 'the spirit of Kobert Linn,
Jr., to its heavenly home. He had been
battling for several months with that
wasting disease, consumption, when
death mine as a happy release. De
ceased was about .'17 years of ag. Ho
was happily married to Miss Maud
Kin.cr on the eve of December .'1, 1n!n.
About a week before his death he pro
fessed religion and joined the M. K.
Church, and expressed himself as per
fectly ready and willing to meet death.
but greatly desired to be able to attend
hurch once more. Heing denied this.
be met the end in the full triumph of a
living faith. He leaves a devoted wife,
sorrowing mother, father and two
brothers, besides a number of friends,
ho regret to hear or his death. May
tiod comfort the young wife, who never
It his bedside but administered to his
very want so tenderly and faithfully.
Mav He heal the broken hesrts mid
make them to feel that they have only
tie which binds them closer to heav
en. He was laid to rest in Nebochurch
yard, beneath a mound of lovely llow
ers, tributes of love from those who
were his friends in lito. Lightly rests
the sol and softly blows the grasses
'er his grave. His death was only a
transition from this life to one eternal.
The last Quarterly meeting for this
charge will be held at Nebo next Satur
lny and Sunday. Services will be pro
tracted throughout the week, conducted
by the pastor, llev. K. D. (iregory, and
He v. Mr. Walker.
Mrs. liid Johnson, Mr. Merl Johnson
and sister Miss Kva, Mr. James Fly and
Miss Laura Stoekard attended the Hkk
ai,p reunion at the Nashville Cen
teunial Saturday. We received our
tickets and heartily appreciated the
kindness, but, on account of sickness,
none of our little circle wore permitted
to attend. This is the first reunion we
have missed, hut hone to meet and
shake the hands of our brothers and sis
ters at our next.
Mr. (). L. McHride has been quite in
disposed for several days, but is some
Unite a number or nanus began worn
here this morning, diggiug and hauling
cliurt to complete the uutiuished por
tion of the pike.
Messrs. Macon and Coma Kinzer spent
several days in Nashville recently,
visiting friends and the Centennial.
Mr. and Mrs. ill Kinzer have moved
back to the old home place. Mr. Jim
King will occupy the Chamberlain
house made vacant bv them.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1'. Mayberry and Miss
Ida Mayberry are in Nashville visiting
We hope "Barbara" will not forget
her Hkhai.I) friends, but will write her
interesting and cheerful letters from
her new home in lexas. ashti.
Don't bolt your food, it irritates your
stomach. Choose digestible food and
chew it. Indigestion is a dangerous
sickness. Proper care prevents it.
Shaker Digestive Cordial cures it. That
is the long and short of indigestion.
Now, the iiupstioii is: Have huh got in
digestion? Yes, if you have pain or
discomfort after eating, headache, diz
ziness, nausea, offensive breath, heart
burn, langour, weakness, rever, jaun
dice, flatulence, loss of appetite, irrita
bility, constipation, etc. les, you have
indigestion. To cure it, take Shaker
Digestive Cordial. The medicinal herbs
and plants of which Shaker Digestive
Cordial is composed, help to digest the
food in vour stomach : help to strength
en your stomach. When your stomach
is strong, care will keep it so. Shaker
Digestive C ordial is for sale by drug
gists, price K) cents to $1.0) per bottle.
Si-rind Hi 1. 1,. Sept. fi. Miss Mary
Morton, of Birmingham, has been visit
ing her many friends here. She is the
guest of Miss Minnie Thompson this
Mrs. Kobt. McLemore's guest is Miss
Addie Purvear, of Franklin.
Miss Lillie Baugh lias returned to
Nashville after a visit to Miss Sallie
Mrs. McKay and family, who have
been boarding at the Caperton House
this summer, have moved to the lovely
home of Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith and
family have returned to Birmingham
for the winter.
Miss Susie Belle Moore is at home
after a pleasant stay at Brentwood.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. t. Hamilton aitennea
the Hkiivi.p Reunion Saturday. Mr.
Ed Pillings. of Athens, filled Mr. Ham
ilton's olhceat the station that day.
Misses Etta and Maude Cowsert were
among the Hkkai.p correspondents at
the Centennial Saturday.
Miss Janie Orman and friend, Miss
Cook, of Camphellsville, enjoyed the
reunion and stopped over and spent
Sunday with home people.
Misses Mattie Campbell's guests are
Misses Cooper and Chapman, of Nash
ville. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bond are spend-
Any School Shoes
TiitH you gee our line.
We sell the celebrated
C. M. Hemlerson
Rpd School House
We guarantee every
pair to Rive satisfaction
or your money back.
Girls ia all
ton or lace.
l)3n't throw your money away for
shoddy shoes. We positively have
the best and guarantee every pair.
N.Side Public Square.
ing this week with Mr. It. W. McLe
niore and family.
Mrs. Montgomery, of Shreveport, La.,
after spending some week's with her
aunt, Mrs. W. K. Martin, has returned
Miss Charlie Campbell is with Nash
ville relatives for a few weeks' visit.
Mrs. Itettio Edwards is visiting Mrs.
J. A. (irigshy.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Molloy are now
boarding at the Caperton Hoiist. They
have rented t heir home.
Dr. Chisholm has returned from a stay
on the mountains.
Mrs. Jane Caskey is very low. Mrs.
(irigsby is not improving, we regret to
hear. Mrs. Jane (iray has sutlieiently
improved to be able to sit up. Mrs.
Dixon, who received a fall several
weeks ago, is able to be out. Miss Sallie
Hill is much better. Mr. W. L. Orrnan
M rs. Latham ban opened the Nichol
son school with Jl pupils and m ire are
expected this week.
lieechcroft school enrolled 2" pupils
the 1st of Sept.
Profs, Hranam and Hughes opened
with a good attendance and a number
Presbytery will convene at the Pres
byterian Church at this place Wednes
day evening at h o'clock. About fifty
ministers and elders areexpected. Din
ner will be served on the ground each
day during the meeting.
The Presbyterian church is to be
re painted soon.
Kev. Mr. Park is visiting relatives at
Shelby ville this week.
K well's is to have a new depot build
ing at an early date.
Moments are useless if trifled away
and they are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where One
Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. A. it. Rains. ly
Bkar Creek, Aug. 7. The dry weath
er is becoming a serious thing in this part
of the county. Crops are drying up and
stock water is getting scarce.
Miss Susie Jamison, of the Carter's
Creek vicinity, is the guest of Misses
Susie and Fannie Mitchell.
Elias Whitley (col.) has been arrested
for burning the Beech Urove church.
The proof against him is all circum
Miss Hattie Johnston, of Nashville, is
visiting her cousm, Miss Marie Osborne.
Mr. Frank Osborne entered the How
ard Institute, Mt. Pleasant, last Mon
The protracted meeting which has
been in progress for the past ten days at
Mt. Olivet, closed last Monday night
witli eight additions to the church. This
has beeu a great season of rejoicing and
many unsaved gave their hands as
token that they from this time on would
strive to live better lives.
Misses Edith Oliver and Loula Right
from near Hurricane Switch, and Miss
Chandler, from West Tennessee, were
the guests of Miss Susie and Fannie
Mis. Volney Cyrus and her son Jim
and daughter Jennie, after a pleasant
visit to relatives and friends in this and
adjoining vieiutties, left last Thursday
IOr Mieil MUllltf llUll'llltun;, It-Ann.
Miss Marie Osborne returned last
Tuesday from an extended visit to
friends at mount Mnngs, Ala.
Messrs. Henry Osborne and Davis
Mitchell and Miss Marie Osborne went
to Nashville last Saturday, and while
there took in the Centennial.
Mr. Emmet Butler has been quite sick
with the fever for the past two weeks
but wo are glad to state that he is rapid
ly on the mend.
in the death or air. jack Jones me
entire community has suffered a sad
loss. He was an unassuming man, and
only his closer friends knew the truly
lovable principles oi nis nature, oe
was aware of his approaching end
anticipated it with composure and
christian resignation. He was a kind
father and a devoted husband, and his
death is a sad blow to his family and to
the community in which he lived. In
all respects he was a splendid character
seusioie anil Kiucu, loieiam miu iuu-
gressive, without malice or envy, alive
to the goodness of human nature and
the beauties of life. The poor tribute of
these lines is offered to his memory by
one who knew and loved nun and wno
extends to the sorrowing family his
Air. John c aidweii is on me sick list
at this writing.
Next Saturday and Sunday there will
be held at Mt. Olivet the fourth quar
terly meeting for the Neapolis circuit.
There will be dinner on the ground
Saturday, and everybody U cordially
invited to attend. Bi cklaw.
To heal tho broken and diseased tis
sues, to soothe the irritated surfaces, to
instantly relieve and to permanently
cure is the mission or uevm s lien
Hazel Salve. A. B. Rains. ly
Maplk Movnt, Sept. 6. It is with an
inexpressible gratitude that we at
tempt to tender our thanks to our generous-hearted
editor for the pleasurable
occasion granted us on last Saturday in
a happy reunion of the Hkkai.i) family
and an eye ieasi, on me oeauiies oi uie
great Centennial Fxnosition. Now, as
we enter upon another yeai's duties,
we feel more earnest than ever to per
form our work, aud may we all without
the loss of one member live to witness
and enjoy many another such reunion,
and strive with more .eal than ever to
contribute our Hems to the Hkk.vld.
We are sorry to report the illness of
Hro. Ridley. His place is being ably
tilled by Bro. Meaeham, of your city.
Hro. Ridley thinks he will bo'ahle to be
present Thursday to take the series of
meetings in charge. One candidate for
church membership came forwad on
last night and w ill tie baptised at the
railroad bridge at (iodwin this morn
ing at 10 o'clock. May our meeting
close with glorious results, is our fer
Mr. M. K. Allen made one car ship
ment of stock last Saturday. One car of
wheat was billed from Oodwin last
week, Mr. Dougherty being the ship
per. A tip to you, "Fit.." Will meet you
later on. Cox runirroR.
F.soN Ckf.kk, Sept. 7. As we attempt
to write the happenings of this part of
the county to the much beloved Her
ald, the tirst thought that enters our
mind is to thank our big-hearted editor
for his kindness in giving his corres
pondents a trip to the Exposition,
which was highly appreciated by us.
We spent the day very pleasantly, al
though we didn't have the pleasure of
meeting very many of the correspond
ents personally. We tried to make the
day one of pro'tit as well as of pleasure.
After a month's rest, the Rev. T. A.
Hardin tilled his pulpit at Port Roval
on last Sunday evening, giving to his
hearersone of his good, practical ser
mons. Rev. Dr. Laws, of Thompson's Sta
tion, preached at Greenwood school
house last Sunday at 11 o'clock to a
There is a protracted meeiing going
on at ML Carmel, a few miles east of
this place, conducted by Revs. Whit
taker, Stephens and Padgett. We hope
much gooa may be accomplished.
Misses Jennie and F.mma Jamison,
after a two months' visit with relatives
IF r0T on SALE AT YOUR PLACE
$ I 00
FOR NERVOUS WOMEN
That suffer at their monthly
periods they are a perfect de
light. They correct all trou
ble of this characfr ami over
come all weakness and debility
peculiar to women. Women pass
ing through the change of life
find this just the remedy they
For irregular, suppressed or
painful menstruation they are a
perfect success and vastly supe
rior to all of the so-culled "regu
lators" and "female remedies"
for all uterine and ovarian trou
bles. Mrs. Emma (.'loss, of Kl Paso, Texas,
writes: "The medicine is doing me lots
of good. For the last two months I
have not had to go to bed nor take mor
phine something very unusual for me."
A. . KA1NS,
Sole Agent for Maury County.
at Wheeling, Bedford county,
Miss ilessie iluford has returned to
her home here, from a protracted visit
to the family of her uncle, Mr. J. W.
Frierson, at Cross Hridges.
Miss Lula Williams, of Fnon Creek, Is
with her sister Mrs. W. (i. Reynolds, on
LFlat Creek, who is very sick with ty
Miss Kola Kpps has returned to her
home at Harpeth. (ivi'sv Ki.aik.
Running sores, indolent ulcers and
similar troubles, even though of many
year's standing, may be cured by using
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
soothes, strengthens and heals. It is
the great pile cure. A. D. Itains. ly
Hi-rkk'ank, Sept. (i. After our pleas
ant trip to the Centennial City, we will
again end in what few items we have
gathered. We had a very pleasant day,
and met some of the Hkkai.d's most
School opened this morning with 04
The ice-cream supper given last ed
nesday night bv the ladies of the M. E.
Church, was quite an enjoyable affair.
Thev realized something overall), which
will go for the benefit of the new
church, which is under course of con
There will be services at the Christian
Church all this week, at night only.
Sam Morton shipped two cars of cat
tle to Louisville last week.
The farmers have commenced pick
ing cotton. It will not tie long until
the cotton gins will be in full operation.
Miss ora naywooa nas reiurneu
home from a visit to friends at Cul
leoka. St. Clair.
(Continued to Seventh Page.)
Tliebls, hearty, healthy nmn Is a con
tinual irritation to his dvspeptio friend.
Constipation Is the root of nine-tenths of
the sickness of men, and of a large propor
tion of the sickness of women. It can be
cured easily, naturally and Quickly. Na
ture Is continually working as hard as he
can to throw otf impurities, and to foree
out the poisonous refuse matter. When
there is an Impediment, Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant Pellets set the wheels working again
without anv trouble. They assist nature In
a gentle, healthful, efficient way. There Is
nothing violent about their action, and
vet it Is Just as certain as if It were twice
as violent. "You do not become a glave to
their use." Thev are dllferent and hetter
than any other pill for the cure of constipa
tion, headache and kindred derangements.
Almost all druggists understand this, and
are conscientious enough to tell you so.
The druggist who tries to sell you a sub
stitute is not a safe man from whom to buy
medicine. Hend 21 cents in one-cent stamps
to World 8 Dispensary Medical Association,
liulfalo, N. Y., aud receive Dr. Pierce s luw
page "Common Sense Medical Adviser,"
THE NEW WAY.
v to think " fe
rn a le diseases "
could only be
treated after "1
c a 1 examina
tions" by physi
cians. Dread of
kept thousands of
silent abort "heir
suffering. The in
Wine of Cardul has now demon
strated that nine-tenths of all the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician's attention
at all. The simple, pure
taken In the privacy of a woman's
own home insures quick relief and
speedy cure. Women need not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardui re
quires no humiliating examina
tions for its adoption. It cures any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles" disordered
menses, falling of the womb,
"whites," change of life. It makes
women beautiful by making them
well. It keeps them young by
keeping them healthy. $1.00 at
the drug store.
For id vice In uses requiring special
directions, address, fivinf symptoms,
the " Ladies' Advisory Department,"
The Chattanoofa Medicine Co., Chatta
W. I. ADDISOH, M.D., Cary, Wli., says:
"I us Win of Csrdui extensively In
my practice and find It a most excellent
preparation for female troubles."
-.' "v. -WV -vy..- i o tm I
KC ri PFF'l r
ia.' jrm-.iLiVip A' was.!
Is the onlv perfect seeding machine, from the fact that it has tho only
feed that cannot be clogged bv strings, straw, or other foreign substance,
consequently an even distribution of 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 discs lessen tho draft one-third; will
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 is the only
grain drill ever offered that will sow a stand of Hurt oats; and has other
points of superiority too numerous to mention.
John Deere Heel
With Chilled Points, Steel Frog, and Double Shin.
Thisjis our second year handling this plow. We have tested It thor
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
and Straw Cutter.
i 4,l z-P. ; -
AAMMn"t en,.V nil r,A 1An1Inn a
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 o
t o J
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O E u
J. P. Street & Co.
CITIZENS' TELEPHONE No. 8.
.i it u ii . i ! . w
Cross Steel Plows.
ora rt f h la Xffl 1 . V 11 A WT1 flitter. 8 11(1
Phaetons, Wagons, Harness,
as before our fire.
g t TANK.