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THE COLUMBIA IIEHALD: FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1898
i Our dnnulii iurt'BsitmiiJciib, i
IjAska, Jan. 10. We will try to pen
down a few Items for the dear bid Hkr-
Miss Susie Klnnard has returned
home from a week's visit to her uncle,
Mr. Sam VVhlttaker, of Bedford county.
.She was accompanied home by her
cousin, MissNusie May Whitaker, who
penta week in our midst.
Mr. Jimmle Perry berry paid rela
tives and friends a visit ire at Franklin
Little Loid Elmer Blair had the mis
fortune of falling and spraining his arm
very badly, but we are glad to report
that no bones were broken.
Miss Mary Hardison has returned
home after a few days stay with Mr.
Humphrey Hardison, near Andrews.
Bro. A. fci. Derryberry, of Columbia,
fireached a very able discourse to a
arge and attentive audience here yes
terday. One day not long ago Dr. P. L. Derry.
berry's fox dogs started a fox about 3 p.
m., and ran until nine the next morn
inga race of about 18 hours at the
rate of about ten miles an hour, mak
ing ISO miles. How is that? tan any
fox hunter beat that?
On last Wednesday, while two small
boys were out hunting on Esq. Cheek's
land in. the 25th district, they found
something which was a great wonder
to thorn. They cairied it home and it
proved to be a' baloou, which was
started from Hurricane Switch with a
note attached to it asking the finder to
please return to Esq. Thomas, of Hurrl
Miss Myrtle Davis has returned home
' after a week's visit at Caney Springs.
The directors of the pasea school
have repaired the house and Bro. An
drew W illiams, of Kally Hill, will be
gin a school there to-day. We- hops he
may have much success.
Mr. Amis Derryberry gave the young
.people a singing one night last week,
which was enjoyed by all present.
Miss Loula llalney spent last week
with her sister, Mrs. Lee Neely.
Miss Ethel Derryberry visited her
aunt, Mrs. Ida Brown, of Berlin, last
Miss Lutie Derryberry is visiting
relatives near Old Lasea at this writing
Mr. W. K. Derryberry, who moved to
Lincoln county a fw weeks ago, is in
our midst again.
MissJSusie Moore entertained several
of her friends one night last week.
Those present were: Misses Itasca
Priest. Mary and Eliza Mitchell. Susie
Klnnard, Susie May Whitaker, Virgie
Derryberry, Mary Price; Messrs. Lem
Oolman, Cam Green, John Overton,
Dave Kinnard, Jimm'e and Felix
Derryberry, Bish Park9, Will J. Lee
and Pleasant Fitzgerald. They all
seemed to enlov themselves verv much
wr, auu Airs. J. w. Kinnsra gave tne
. . . ... ... . i
young people a u
, ulco pouiul-supper lact
Every one en toyed
themselves until a late hour. Those
present were: Misses Marv K. Hardi
son, Mary and Eli.a Mitchell, Mary
rrice, 1'earl Hardison, Deiiie Andrew
Susie May Whitaker, Virgio Derry -
Derry ana suste Moore; Messrs. Fitz
gerald, John Overtoil, John M., Will C,
and Uaiiis Lee, Ed Lovett, Jimmie and
Felix Derryberry, Charlie Hardison,
Andy Harmon, Buford Moore, Bisli
Parks, Lem Coleman, Archie Andrew
and Walker Price. Rose and Nell.
CAT.4RKH CANNOT BE CUHED
with local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is
a blood or a constitutional disease, and In
order to cure : It you must take Internal
remedies. Hall's catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally and acts directly on the blood and
anucoun surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
not a quack medicine. -It was prescribed by
one of the best phyHieluns in the country
for years, and Is a regular prescription. It
is composed of the best tonics known, com
billed wit h the best blood puiltlerK, acting
directly on the iiiucoum surliices. lue per
feet combination of the two ingredients is
what produces mu-h wonderful result in
curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free,
r..l. t iiRRNEY A t o. I'rops. Toledo, (.,
Sold by druggists, price 75e.
Hull's Faintly 1'il is are the best.
CEXTEn Staii, Jan. 10. Mr. J. W
Ixiftin, who has been sick for the past
tew days, is Improving at this writing
Messrs. J no. Stamps and ibivis t otrey
of near this place, are visiting Prof. J
T. Stamps, of Paragon Mills, Davidson
Mrs. Nannie Cooler Is anticipating
going to Mash villa soon to stay a lew
weeks with her sister.
Mr. Matthews Cooper is on Bear
creek visiting his sister, Miss Mollie
What has become of "Sittings?"
Mr. Mason Sowell, who has been stck
for somo time at Union City, is improv
There was service at Union Grove
Sunday at 11 o'clock by ltev. H. A
Gray, and also at Mt. Oliver by Hev
Eubanks. As ever, Pueh.
it is easy to eaten a coia ana just as
easy to get rid of it if you commence
early to use One Minute Cough Cure. It
-cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneu
monia and all throat and lung troubles
It is pleasant to take, safe to use and
sure to cure. A. B. Bains, ly
JIT. NEBO AND SAWDUST VALLEY
Mt. Xebo, Jan. 10. Prof. Hhelms and
liis singing class entertained a large
audience at .Nebo waturday night with
a number of beautiful selections. Such
lovely songs, and so well rendered, i
quite an interesting feature at auy
and ail service".
Mr. V. N. Mayberry, the traveling
salesman, was here recently visiting
his sister, Miss Ida Mayberry, and
Several from here attended the pound
supper at Mr. .John uotimau's on rues
dav night of last week.
Mr. Lafayette Chamber has been
somewhat indisposed for several days.
Mrs. Hester J. Estes has been quite
sick for some days. Many friends are
Hnxlouslv concerned about Aunt
Hester, as she is affectionately called
nd hone for her a sneedv recovery.
Mrs. Georgie Nance and children
have been on the sick list for several
days, but we are gl id to note It nothing
Mr. Willie Halev and family, of Akin
Ridge, paid a visit to relatives bee
since our last,
Mr. Haley Johnson, of rosters
Chap?l was with relatives in our midst
recently. . , .
Mr. Newt Goad's family, of McCain's,
have moved into our midst and will oc
cnovthe MeKennon house.
Master Thurston Pigg, of Santa Fe,
was with relatives here a few days ago.
ItHKl "MAT1S.M Cl'REU IX A DAY.
"Mvstic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is remarka
ble and mvstertous. It removes at once
the cause "and the disease immediately
disappears. The first dose greatly bene-rit-
7") cents. Sold by A. B. Mains, drug
gist, Columbia, Tenu. oci!5 Sm
Ben, Jan. 10. Bro. Hudson filled the
pulpit at Concord Sunday to an ap
preciative audience. He will now
preach for us every 2nd and 4th Sunday.
Prof. Redman has returned from
Thompson Station and resumed his
position as teacher at Concord.
Mr. Bragg has completed his new
residence, and is now occupying it.
Mr. J. C. Hicks has been sick, but is
able to he out again.
Mrs. Henrietta Gant has been some
what indisposed for the past week.
on Friday night or last week a merry
crowd of masqneraders were visiting
in our community.
Mr. Alex Hill and family have moved
in out midst. We welcome them back.
Miss Bessie Fly entertained a few
friends at her pleasant home one night
There was a sinking at the Misses
Howells last week.
Miss Lizzie Hill is visiting ' relatives
Miss nine Johnson, or Foster's
Chapel, is visiting friends tn this
vicinity at nresent.
E. L. Walker, of B'gbyville, passed
through our vicinity last Sunday.
Your scribe entertained a few friends
last Tuesday night, complimentary to
the 1st and 3rd Vice-Presidents of the
Mt. Nebo Epworth League. Portia.
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
Hack in male or female, it relieves re
tention of water, and pain in passing it
almost immediately. Save yourself b
using this marvelous clire. Its use wil
prevent fatal consequences in almost all
cases by its great alterative and healing
powers. Sold by A. B. Itains, Druggist,
Columbia, Tenn. (fobltfly
Camt Branch, Jan. 9. Wo
selves once more-engaged in
jot down whiff few items
gathered for the herald.
Mr. fr . M. 11111 ana Mr it. m,
of Leiper's Creek, have, been
friends here since our last.
Mrs. Bettie Potts, of Lick Creek, has
been visiting the family of Mr. It. J.
Mr. Dock Johnson, of Texas, visited
his brother, Mr. Tom Johnson, since
Mr. Joe Davis and sister, Miss Jennie.
after a few month's stay in Texas,
have returned to make Tennessee their
Miss Annie Church has been visiting
friends at Mt. Joy since our last. Miss
Mollie Ledbetter returned home with
The young people of this community
had a delightful singing at Mr. Xick
Pogue's last Tuesday.
Bro. Sweney, of Alabama, will preach
for the Beech Hill congregation, near
Pisgah, the second Suuday in January.
We hope to have a large crowd.
Ekfie and Bertha.
McCain's, Jan. 10. School opened
again Tuesday morning, with an en
rollment of fifty pupils. We are glad
to have Messrs. Odie Thomas, Arnold
Goodrum and Marion Fly hack in
school; also Messrs. W. Rell and Brice
Clayton, who are boarding with Hev.
M. E. Gabard, and Andy Watson,
formerly of Columbia.
Mr. E. It. Hall now has a Citizens'
Telephone in his store.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). Wilsford gavo a
dining last Friday to a number of
friends, who enjoyed their kind hos
plthlitv very much.
Mr. Will Iteed visited in our com
munity last week, returning to his
home near Pulaski Saturday.
Mr. O. M. Trousdale spent last week
with relatives in Lewisburg.
Miss Irena lteed gave her musical
entertainment last Thursday night,
which was a decided success. The
patrons are well pleased with the work
Miss 'feed accomplished tho past term.
A delightful social was given at the
residence of Mrs. Dave Maxwell last
Friday night, in honor of tho visiting
young ladies, Misses Patterson, Dodson
and l'olk, of Carter's Creek, Miss Tilly
Johnson, of Sawdust Yalley, and the
Misses Giddens, of Poter's Chapel.
Although the brisk north wind blew
furiously, bringing with it beautiful
robes of white, a large crowd of young
people enjoyed themselves until (a late
Monday night, the lovliest night of
all, alniust like a balmy spring night,
as the golden moonbeams danced o'er
the landscape, the many Endeavorers,
with their invited guests, gathered at
the parsonage to enjoy one of their
unique social meetings. Various
games and conversation were engaged
We offer everything in
our house at exactly
for the next thirty days.
We ate determined not
to carry over any winter
goods. Don't spend your
money until you see
The acknowledged chcajwst
in until Bev. M. E. Gahard opened the
spacious dining-room door and said :
Now, young ladies, get your partners,
And come in. There is'room for ten.
Plenty of fruits, candies and oysters
Dr. llowlett and his girl can eat at
We took him at his word and found a
table laden with good eatables, ninety-
toiir reacting r.-om its bounty of god
things, and we can but say that, no
young people understand the art of get
ting up a nice supper as ouicklv as En
deavors. We extend our many thanks
to our kind host and hostess for their
kind hospitality, and also to the com
mittee for their service.
Kev. M. E. Gahard preached his first
sermon of the series he wilt preach to
young ladies last Sunday, which was
considered one of his best from that
Mrs. Jtin Briggs gave the young peo
ple a social Tuesday night which was
very eniovable. .,.
Mr. O. Bryant, of Mooresville. visited
relatives here last week.
A happy New Year to all.
T. F. Anthony, ex - postmaster, of
Promise City, Iowa, says: "I boughtono
bottle of 'Mystic Cure' for rheumatism
and two doses of it did me more good
than any medicine I ever took." Sold
by A B-. Rains, druggist, Columbia 8m
Andrews, Jan. 10. Bro. Gray
preached a very Interesting and In
structive sermon last Sunday at Union
Grove. His text was taken from the
fourth chapter and thirty sixth verse of
Mr. Walter Irvine and wife gave the
voung people an entertainment last
Tuesday night, and all present report a
Mr. llenfro, of Mt. Pleasant, moved
to the house vacated by Mr. Walter
Irvine, and expects to run a black
smith shop. We welcome him and his
family tn our midst.
Mr. Walter Irvine and father have
moved to the residence owned by Mr.
W. H. Davis, and Mr. Davis has moved
to the beautiful home of Mr. Shelton,
one mile from Columbia.
Mrs. Sam Scott has purchased the
home of Mrs. Sallie Johnson near Mr.
Larkin Lamar's, and will move next
Mr. Ed Smith and family have rented
the 1 1 ice vacated by Mr. N. A. Nichol
Mrs. Andrews has. returned to Colum
hia after soverel week's visit to her
Mr. J. A. Loftin, our energetic trades
man, has gone South with a load of
Messrs. Horace Jones and Leslie
Sharber are attending the McDowell
Miss Mattie, the daughter of Mr.
Lovio Loftin, is now teaching school at
Mr. M. T. Dooley, of Lebanon, is visit
ing his mother, whose health is fast
We are Rorrv to renort Mr. Alfred
.Loftin, who has been blind for so long,
Mrs. Long, mother of Mrs. J. A. At
kisson, we are sorry to hear, is very
sick at her daughtei 's, Mrs. Gus. Wat
son's, in Columbia.
Miss Minnie Lou Yoorhies, after
spending several days very pleasantly
as the guest of Miss' Sallie Porter, has
returned to your city.
Mr. Madison Dooley is still very
Mrs. Ura Loftin and h-ir family re
turned home last Tuesday, after a visit
of several days with her parents, Mr:
With best wishes to the dear old
Herald, I am as ever, T. W.
THE GREATEST REMEDY YET.
W. M. Repine, editor, Tiskilwa, 111.,
"Chief," says: "We won't keep house
without Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, coughs and colds. Ex
perimented with many others, but
never got tne true remedy until we
used Dr. King's New Discovery. io
other remedy can take its place in our
home, as in it we have a certain and
sure cure for coughs, colds, whooping-
cough, etc." It is idle to experiment
with other remedies, even if they are
urged on you as Just as good as Dr.
King s New Discovery. They are not
as good. Decause tnis remedy nas a
record of cures, and besides is guaran
teed. It never fails to satisfy. Trial
bottles free at Woldridge ifc Irvine's
Drug Store. june4 ly :)
Godwin, Jan. 0. Miss Winfrio Rob
erts is visiting relatives at Roberts
Bend this week.
Miss Pearl Roan has returned home
from an extended visit to Miss Lillian
Allen, near Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ljochridge, or
your city, are visiting Mrs. Lochridge's
Misses uowsert entertained tneir
cousin Miss Kerr, of Summertown, last
Mrs. Claude Godwin entertained in a
delightful manner a few friends Friday
evening. Music and parlor games were
indulged in until a verv late nour.
Mr. S. It. Armstrong spent several
days recently with friends at West
"Zula," the Herald's correspondent
from West Point, and Misses Pearl and
Bessie Allen spent several days last
week with friends here.
Miss Bertha Kinder, of Sawdust, has
returned home after visiting friends
What has become of "V ercna," our
correspondent from Mt. Yiew? We are
always glad to hear from her.
Wishing the Herald much success, I
am, yours truly, Marouerite
Miss Allie Hughes, Norfolk, V a , was
frightfully burned on the face and
neck. Pain was instantly relieved by
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, which
healed the inlury without leaving
scar. It is the famous pilo remedy. A,
B. Rains. ly
Stiversville, Jan. 10. Mr. T.F. Hill
and family have moved back to Stiv
ersvuie. Mr. inn nas neen living over
near Bethel, where he taught a school
Mr. Dallas Richardson, who has been
in Texas for the past few months, re
Misses Ada Dugger and Laura Smith,
of Broadview, paid us a visit last week.
Mary Hickman, of Lynnville, spent
several days recently with her cousin,
Mrs. Will Foster has been on the sick
list for a few days.
Mr. Irving Thurman has moved to
the George Foster farm from Mr. J.
Mr. Adkisson and daughter Miss
Jennie, of Robinson's Fork, were here
last week. Mrs. Adkisson went from
here to Waynesboro to spend two or
three months, and Miss Jennie to Mrs.
On last Thursday Mr. Sam Hickman
and Miss Cecil Smith drove to the resi
dence of Esq. Petty and were quietly
married. We wish for them a happy
vovage down the stream of time.
Master Wade Richardson, who lias
been very sick with typhoid fever, is
Mrs. Mattie Waldy is still quite ill.
Mrs. Mary Hill has about recovered
from her receut illness. Blonde.
Water Valley, Jan. J. Rev. N. B.
S. Owings preached a line sermon to his
congregation at Alexander this morn
ing at 11 o'clock, from the text, "Unto
you, therefore, who believe, He is pre
cious :" 1 Peter 2:7. A large crowd was
out to hear him. Bro. Owings always
keeps the undivided attention of his
hearers. All appear to enjoy his schol
I'here will he services at the Baptist
church next Sunday morning, and at
the Methodist church in tho afternoon.
Misses Maggie and Tine Elam, of
Flv, are in our midst at this writing.
Miss Maggie is the Herald's "Hum
Some of our enterprising farmers are
through turning ground, and from the
amount of landS turned we Infer that
there will be a very large corn crop
planted in this community.
Mr. E. P. Alexander has built him a
new dining room.
Miss Lizzie Fleming visited relatives
near Goshen recently.
Mrs. Bell Johnson, of Turkey Creek,
was visiting in our village last week.
Mr. Fleming Jarratt, of Goshen, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Fleming
last week. Orestra.
J. A. Perkins, of Antiquity, O., was
for thirty years needlessly tortured by
physicians ior tne cure oi eczema, ue
was quicKiy cured ty using uewiit's
Witch Hazel Salve, the famous healing
salve for piles and skin diseases. A. B.
LOCO AND JAMESON.
Loco, Jan. 10. This week finds me
again trying to Jot down a few items
for the dear old Herald, one of the
brightest and newsiest papers in
Mr. Henry Thompson gave a dining
yesterday to celebrate his ;Xth birthday;
those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs.
M. S. Thompson, Mr. irgil Patton, of
Santa Fe, Mr. Sim Jacobs, Dr. and Mrs.
W. Rass and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Mayberry and Mrs. Minnie Teter;
all seemed to enjoy themselves very
much; especially did every one enjoy
the nico dinner.
Bro. Granville Lipscomb, of Nash
ville, will preach at Beech Grove next
Lord s Day at n o'ciock.
Mrs. J. H. Thompson will leave for
LeVianon, Tenn., to-morrow, to soe her
father, Mr. E. Bass, who is not expected
to live very long.
Mr. and Mrs. v line lurpin gave
auite a nice sociable one nignt last
Mrs. W. Trimble, who has been suf
fering so much with throat trouble, is
Mrs. Cailio McMeen is verv low witn
consumption, at the residence of her
step-son. Mr, John McMeen.
Mrs. Martha Mcivnight's oarn caught
l . . .......... .
hre last week, but fortunately they dis
covered it in time to put it out before
any damage was done.
Mr. Jonn uountree ana nine uaugn
ter. Maggie Mai, visited Mr. Burr
Church, of Santa Fe. last week.
With best wishes to the herald ana
its many readers, - Myrt,
A CCEVKK THICK.
It certainly looks like it, but there is
really no trick about it. Anybody can
try it who has lame back and weak Lid
neys, malaria or nervous troubles. We
mean he can cure nimseu ngni away
bv taking Electric Bitters. This medi
cine tones up the whole system, acts as
a stimulant to the liver and kidneys, is
a blood purifier and nerve tonic. It
cures constipation, headache, fainting
spells, sleeplessness and melancholy. It
is purely vegetable, a mild laxative, ard
restores the system to its natural vigor.
fry Electric Bitters and be convinced
that they are a miracle worker. Every
bottle is guaranteed. Only 50c a bottle
at Woldridge & Irvine's drug store.
junel ly 3
Shady Grove, Jan. 9. It is said that
in the beginning of the New Year we
should always form new resolutions.
So we resolve that we will from time to
time write up the itstns from this place,
as anything occurs that may be of in
terest to the many who have wandered
far from the old roof trees and are
working out the problem of life in
Mew teacners nave Deen secureu ror
the school here; Mr. G. W. Ylelder
principal, and Miss Flora Harville,
primary, ine scnooi win oegin next
There have been more changes in
business this New Y'ear in this
place than ever-before. J. II. Houser
has sold his stock of goods to G. B.
Miller ' and Arch Baker. Arch A.
Erwln will go in with Jno. D. Evans.
D. P. Chamberlan, undertaker and
blacksmith, has sold out to J. W. Sharp
and Uriah Deen.
The post-oilice is kept in the front
of J. T. Leek's saddle-shop ; Q. A. Deen
John Anderson and Gilbert Nichols
are making very etlicient clerks in the
store of Evans it Erwin.
Mrs. A. C. Nichols and Miss Covie
Anderson were visiting friends in Co
lumbia last week.
Miss Eva Burchard, of Centreville,
spent a day here last week on her
way to Bryant Station to visit-friends.
Miss Hva holds a warm place in the
hearts of the people here, having been
primary teacher in the school one
term, and by her uniform gentleness
ana kindness, endeared nerseir to both
pupils and patrons.
Miss Yivienne Harrington, after a
most pleasant visit to the family of
Col. W.li. urigsuy at t.entreviiie, re
turned in time to attend the marriage
of her friend Miss Martha Zellner to
Mr. Will English at Thompson's Sta
tion last Thursday eve. From there
she will go to Harpeth to be present at
the marriage of her cousin, Miss Artie
Evans to Mr. Fred Spratt, which will
take place the 19th.
Mr. Carl Baker, oldest son
Baker, of West Tennessee,
relatives in tnis vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivy, after a
stay with the family of Mr.
have returned to their home
freesboro, taking with them their
daughter, Miss Minnie, who had been
in school here. Komola
'Continucd to Seventh Page.)
Items of Interest.
Charley Ross was abducted
Th&city of Cofon, Honduras,
the oldest American city.
The estimated population
Greater New York is 3,350,000.
Minnesota has established state
schools of agriculture for girls
An electric flame has beeu created
of sufficient intense heat to melt
The spoken lanpuase of China is
not written and the written lan
guage is not spoken.
The temperature for December
taking the average for ten years, in
the Klondike, is 40 degress belojy
According to a recent return, the
police force of London at the end of
lS'Jb consisted of 15,32(3 men.
If you want the best thing ever offered
in the way of a FARM WAGON, buy a
It is the lightest
and painted wagon that has ever been of
fered for sale on this
15 new and important
oe naa on
you have examined
strictly good two-horse farm wagons that
we will sell out cneap
. 1 1 ii
room for new spring stock,
for 3-inch running gear.
We also have a large line of Buggies,
Surreys, Buck Wagons, etc., and will give
you tho best goods for
PlllCE OF BUCK WAGON $27.'JO.
Our stock of Disc
we have two of the best makes; have been
used for the past year and have given uni
Give us a trial when you want farming
hardware and we will treat vou rierht.
Just received a
CITIZENS' TELEPHONE No. S.
running, best ironed
market. It also has
improvements not to
Don't buy until
We have a few
we must have
the money to be had.
Plows is complete, as
car of WASHBURN &
fXi.Aff W, ",V n7 JTr X
ever offered. Also Cincinnati
treet 2i Co.