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I'HH oi,iimi;ij HEICAD: flUDAY, MARCH 11, 1S!).
Sunnysipe, March 7. As our last
Items reached the office too late for
publication, will try to be earlier and
eend the few items we have gathered.
Miss Annie Freeman has been quite
sick for several days; we are Kind to
state, however, that she is somewhat
Mrs. John II. Thomas has been suf
ferlngwith rheumatism for the past
several from this ulace attended the
Pugger-McCaln nuptials at McCain's
Mr. F. V. Brumbach has returned
from a bustDeefl trip to Shady Gorve.
Miss Klma Fleming was with friends
' here last week. , .
Miss Lizzie Scott is visiting friends
in Columbia this week.
Tho mint friends of Mr. Ennis Pat
terson regret that he will leave soon for
Charleston, S. C. Hope that he may
meet with success, and be well pleased
with his new home.
Miss Annie Patterson spent last
week with relatives in Mt. Pleasant.
M'sa Mattie Trousdale, of the Zion
neighborhood, visited the home folks
rom Friday until Sunday.
Miss Maggie Notgrass visited her
elster, Mrs. s. I Nelley, at Ridley Sta
tion, last week. .
Mr. J. R.- McCandless visited Mt.
Pleasant since our last. Sinclare
The roivdors of this paper will be pleased
In 1 1. II r II Unit there is at U'i
disease that science has been able to cure in
all ltsstBKes, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive eure
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
boinga constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and Hiving the patient
strongth by building uptheeonstltutlonana
assisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in Its our
ratlve powers, that, they offerOne Hundred
Dollars for any case that it falls to cure.
Bend for list of testimonials, ,,,
- Address. F.J. CH KN KY 4 CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family fills are the best.
Water Vallky, March, 6. This
lovely Sunday afternoon we will Jot
down what few items we'have been
able to gather for the Herald.
There will bo services at the Metho
dist church next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock, by the pastor, Bro. Owings.
Mr. J. T. Fleming is able to ride out
aftsr several week's sickness.
Mrs. J. L. Williams has returned
home from Columbia, where she has
been by the bedside of her sick mother,
Miss Frankle Booker has returned to
her horns near Franklin, sfter yleitiog
relatives here for several months.
Miss Emma Kinzer was the guest of
friends near Santa Fe recently
Our farmers have their groind ready
for planting their crops. They will
toon begin to plant corn.
Mr. aud Mrs. Will Ladd,of Mt. Pleas
ant, were visiting in our community re
cently. " . ' L .
Mis Sadie Williams was the guest of
relatives In Columbia not long since.
Messrs. J. T. Fleming and John Oik
ley, of Goshen, were lu our midst last
W0clc. i '
Mrs.' Will Harris, of Williaunport,
was with friends aud relatives here last
week. ' ' ' ',
Miss Pearl Roach, of Goshen, was the
Kuestof Miss Lizzie Fleming recently.
M Jim Hrntton. of Willlamspoit,
was the guest of friends here last week.
Miss Lizzie Fleming, who has been
quite sick for Borne time, is con
valescent.. J j i OitBaTRA. '
RHEUMATISM t'UKKl) IN A DAY.
"MvstIC Cure" for rheumatism and
rieuralgi radically cures in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterious. It removes at once
the cause and the disease immediately
disappears. The first dose greatly bene
fits; 75 cents. Sold by A. B. Rains, drug
gist. Columbia, Tenn. oct!6 8m
MT. JOY AM) MACEDONIA.
Mt. Joy, March 7. After so long a
silence, we will endeavor to give what
few Items we have gathered, although
news is scarce. Nevertheless, we hope
to see our little place represented lu the
dear old Herald, the bst of county
Hro. Morgan, of Howard Institute,
preached for us Sund iy. He delivered
a very touching aud interesting ser
mon. He will preach again next Sab
bath in the afternoon.
Sunday-school was organized Sunday.
We hope to have a good school, for it is
certainlv needed at this place. As
there was neither preacher nor Sunday-
school last year, we nope to nave iioth
Sam I.ed better returned Saturday
from Culleoka and Columbia, after a
week's stay with friends
Robert Cathey, of Caney Springs,
Marshall countv, who was visitlnu at
the home of A. R. Ledhetter, returned
home Saturday. Miss Jennie Ledbetter
accompanied dim, to be absent from
home two or three months.
Messrs. Washburn it Galbreath have
moved their saw-mill from Camp
Branch to Macedonia. We welcome
them in our neighborhood.
We are sorry to report Mrs. James
Stinson no better. She has been sick
for some time.
We are glad to know that Mrs. Bettie
Sims, an aged lady, and also her daugh
ter. Miss Sue, are up from a severe
Maple Mount, March P. Wo say
"A men !" to the editorial in last week's
Herald in referenco to Rev. Sam
Jones' criticisms on the evils of our
country, the Centennial, etc. erily
and truly, vhen we, who claim to he
church inemt ers, live up to the chris
tian standard of life, practicing Chris
tianity as we should, then the evils of
our land will vanish. We are com
manded to "let our light so shine, that
hose who do evil may see our good
works." Possibly thereby they may be
prompted to turn from their sins.
A. .1. Tim rnon s A- Co 8re very busy
shelling corn, grinding, etc.
Claudius Godwin shipped one car of
The lambs are rapidly growimr, and
soon tho market will be supplied with
Ernest Timmon, of Nashvillo, Is at
home recti pei'sting for a few days, after
which he will return to Nashville aud
will be found at Dr. Feist's ollice.
We regret exceedingly to note the
illness of Mr. Jerry Stone, of Knob
Creek who, was paralyzed on last
Sunday afternoon. We hope he will
Bro. IhTi'vberrv. of Columbia, en-
tei tallied the congregation at Phillippi
last Sunday with an interesting and
practical discourse. Bro. Ernest Tlm
mons will speak to the congregation at
Phillippi next Lord's day, the 13th.
Come out, friends, he will entertain
Children and adults tortured by burns,
scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases
may secure instant relief by using JOe
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the
great pile remedy. A H. Ruins. Iv
like every other crop, needs
A fertilizer containing nitro
gen, phosphoric acid, and not
less than 3 of actual
THE -:- MOLIHE
will increase the crop and im
prove the land.
Our books tell all about the subject. They
are free to any farmer.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
01 Nassau St., New York.
try, but the people are going to have
fair prices lor tnem ueiore lettiug tnem
spell of yellow Jaundice.
If we had a post-olllee at this place
we would feel very proud, indeed. Per
haps some day we can have our man
without going four or five miles after it.
Misses Lanona McOlean and Jennie
Lewis are visiting at Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Birdie Williams, of Swan Chap
el, Lewis county, is visiting her uncle,
Will Sims. Simple Mary.
Garwood's Sarsaparllla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains
Goshen, March 7. Mr. Will Ladd
and wife, of Mt. Pleasant, spent a few
davs at this pluce with friends aud rela
tives last week. We are always glad to
Mrs. Brown McMins has been very
sick. Sheds improving at present how
ever, and we wish her a speeay re
Mr. John Morrow and wife, of Wil
liamsou countv. were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim McMins last week.
Mrs. Walter Johnson, of this place, is
in feeble health at this writing. We
trust she will soon tret well.
Mr. Dotson Blackburn, of this place,
has bought him a nice little farm two
miles from this place on Turkey Creek
i Mr. Will Gardner has moved to his
Thompson Blackburn will leave this
place to-morrow, to go to hauling for
the stave factory about four miles from
The farmers are almost ready now to
begin planting corn. Almost everybody
has nlanted their wardens.
We are irlad to hear that Mr. J. P.
Flemlnir.of Water Valley, is improving
Miss Fannie Sewell commenced her
school at Blackburn school-house -last
Monday niornitiir. We wish her sue
Mr. J. R. JarratU of this place, had
log-rolling last Wednesday. He thanks
his neighborhood very much for being
so good in helping him roll his I g.
Carter's Crkek. March 7. Mrs. S.
B.Nichols is spending several week's
Mrs. Will Beal visited Mr. B. S. (lary
and family, of Soring Hill, the first of
Miss Margaret Moss, of Franklin, is
the truest of Miss Josephine Foster.
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rl r. . li. iMCIIOlH V?I1I UN MJ BOll-
ille Saturday to s"e Mrs. Nichols,
Mr. G. W Nichols, of Livingston,
Ala., was here last week
Misses Winfrie Roberts, of Godwin,
and Lizzie Brown Houser, of Columbia,
soent Saturday and taunt ay with
Mioses Joe and t) lviu foster.
Mr. Meroney, of Andrews, Is with Ins
daughter, Mrs. it. .jnurcn.
ftir. w. A.Jameson is visitinir ;ur. o
T. : F. Anthony, ex-postmaster, of
Promise City, Iowa, says: "I bouijhtniie
bottle of 'Mystic Cure' for rheumatism
and two doses of it did me more good
than any medicine I ever took. ' Sola
by A B. Rains, druggist, Columbia, 8m
M. Hunter and family of Mt. Pleasant.
Mr. Elliot Hoherts, ot U'lawin, was
here the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dortch ana Chil
dren were with Mr. Ewen Oakley and
futnil v the first of the week.
Mea.4t'B. win me in auu lioopur, in
Linton, we-e the guests of Elder Wil
liam Anderson and family last week.
Miss Emma Mekee has been litais-
mifleH for several davs.
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Mrs. li. u. jainesou is aiso uu mc
Mr. Wal'ace Merrette has recovered.
Elder Norwood, of Nashville, will
oreach at Beech Grove the third Sun
CASTOR I A
IS KING OP COM PLANTERS.
It has proven its superiority as it puts
the amount of corn, millet, sorghum or
peas in the hill or drill as you want it, do
ing away with the necessity of thinning or
replanting as is usually the case with some
&Vr other machines; it is simple, compact, light
Mr. K M. Evans, of Harpeth, Wl - s ' . r i
down last week I n 1 4 U i.
UillU lliU lallUClD ucugut. xi.li t o cuoiv 10 uu
examination of our planters, and we arc
positive you will be convinced of the su
periority of the MOLINE.
Mr. Bishop, the well man, succeeded
in finding water on Esq. Thornton's
place, aud has now moved his drill to
Mr. U V. Cotton's,
Two Bohemians passed through the
village a few days since with a brown
bear, much to the amusement of the
school children and some of larger
Mr. Juo. Jones ana lamuy ana win
Houser. of Maury, have been some
days with friends here.
Mr. Kwlng Irvine, or your city, nas
returned to Mr. W. J. McHwen's after
some week's absence.
Mrs. Martha Thornton has returned
liamson countv. came down last week
to dispose of a part of his seed millet.
selling about three hundred bushels on
the trip. '
Mm. Martha Rlnirham has lust re
turned from a very pleasant visit with
relatives In Memphis.
Mr. Uretn Conner, an old and re
snected citizen, died last week, and
was buried at the N'ichol's grave-yard.
Miss Rose Allen. of Little Lot, is with
Tor Infants and Children,
Rock Side, Mar. ((.After an absence
of two weeks we come again with what
few items we have itathered.
Bro. Ussery tilled IU appoinnueui, at
tdace to-day, ana ne win uieo
preach nere tne nrsi suuuaj m npm.
Miss May Butler, of your city, Is the
cueet of her brother, Mr. Emmet But
lor Miss Pearl Roan and her brother, Mr.
Mallard Roan, of Knob Creek, are visit
ing Miss Lillie Roan at this writing.
Mrs. Brooks aud Mr. Whit Hight and
two little children, of Snow Creek, are
the guests of Mr. W. T. Owen.
Misses Mary aud Eliza Mitchell en
tertained quite a number of their
friends last Wednesday night.
Whooping cough 18 tne mosi uih
ing malad v t but its duration can be cut
shof t by the use of One Minute Cough
Cure, which is also the best known
t,iv orniin and all lung and
bronchial troubles. A. B. Rains, ly
Park's Station, March 7. This
beautiful Monday morning finds me
trying to pen a tew items for the
-ever welcome Hkralp, which wends
Bkth Er March 7 This beautiful
night funis us trying to jot down the
news of our community for the dear old
Our community has been saddened
Huain by the death of Rev. Jeremiah
Holt, who lived near this place. He
crossed Death's dark river to-day at ten
minutes betore three o'clock. Mr. Holt
was iu his 70th year, and was one of the
landmarks of this neighborhood. He
was well-known and highly respected
by many. I he eaiife ot his death whs
pneumonia. His remain' will be in
terred at the family graveyard to mor
row. We extend our sympathy to the
There was a larire attendance at
Bethel Sunday. Mr. Robert Thurman
mails a nice talk.
Miss Lizzie Murphy, after a short
atav nt home, returned to Nashville to-
riav t attend the bible school. We
wish her much success in her studies.
Farmers will soon be planting corn
if this beautiful weather continues.
1 will close by promising to be more
punctual in the future.
Weht Point, March 7 Rev. 1).
Waynick preached fur the people
this Place last Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m
Farmers are getting ready for plant
ng another crop.
U H. Fitzgerald, of Brentwood,
visiting his imrents at this writiilir.
Mr. Ii. (' Walters, who has been Quite
sick for several days past, we are glad
to state is improvum.
Miss Ida Adkisson, of your city, spent
several davs wth "Aula ' since our 1 ist
The Endeavor Society at this plao
grows more and more imereskiiig.
Miss Delta Aliiersou, we are sorry
B4V. is on the sick list mis ween.
Mr. and Mrs. J. f. Fitzgerald enter
tained a Jolly crowd of young people at
their home one nignt last weea.
Mr. Allen and riaud uoawin pur
chased a nice drove of cattle and sheep
here last week.
Wardens are looking well, ana me
cooing of doves reminds us of other
happy spring days.
Mr. Antxrass and wue, oi mov ants,
are visiting Mrs. Notgrass' mother, Mrs.
Mary Dodson, of tins vicinity.
Little Hubert Fitzgerald, auer sever
al weeks visit to friends here, has re
turned to his home at Brentwood.
Near v everv man from this commu
nity went to Columhia Monday.
With best wishes, 1 remalu AVhA.
frionrla in thp vlllHrti.
Fnirena Harrinittotl is on a visit to
little Miss Cammle Evans at Harpeth.
The full Intensity of living is reached
only by the perfectly healthy. Sick
ness discounts the capacity for enjoy
ment If his body is all out of order and
run down, he will not be able to enjoy
anything, no matter now run oi enjoy-
meat h mav oe lor umer iupic. n
is Just a little bit out of order, if he "is
u., ,l.,.,n'. fool lii.t rlffht" hp
will ouly be able to enjoy iniugs in a
half-hsarted sort of way. The nearer he
is to being perfectly wen, the nearer
will his capacity for enjoyment oe per
fect. If tt.is condition doesn't exist,
something ought to be done. Tht
means nine cases in ten tne use oi u,
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, it
works directly on the digestive organs,
and on the blood and through these n
every tissue of the body. It makes tl e
appetite good, digestion anu nuvriuou
n:rfect. and 8UPR les ricn, rru uimiu
all the tissues,
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1'ierce's UKJS page "Common oense ivieu
ical Adviser," profusely illustrated.
on the sick list
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in i.inr to each meuiDer oi me
Miss Lula White is
this week. ,
Mrs. S. S. Craig ia convalescing veiy
8lMrl3!and Mrs. Jeff Branch were visit
ing relatives in Giles county recently
Our Sunday-school at Philadelphia is
very interesting now, and prospects are
fair for u to continue no. . .
Mr. finkton and wife are on i visit
to Mrs. Pinkston's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Hayes, of Rock SprlnK.
Several from this neiuhborhood
Attended services, conducted by Kin.
Anderson, at Hurricane Sunday aud
SMlive,rtOilli.m and sister Miss
Dora, of Marshall county, are visiting
At the Lome of their uncle, Mr. 1. r.
Oilliam, at this writing.
Messrs. Will and Hugh Cheek
IT. j .u. io-.ainm.Mit irlven at
aiipi np i liic r
the home of Mr. Will Sharp,
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place in this community lately; hence
Pu. K.."La. f mir letter this week.
Don't Kfglcct Vcnr Mvrr.
Uvrr troubles quickly rm.lt in r.n ,.
liver has l.y i thfB
"Li . .i.- i vir in wrft-rt enter.
veloped. Browns' Iroi
5 LOOK I
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
UarwooilN Sariiiparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. a. kaims
(ROVEI.ASU, Mar. 7. Rev. T. E. Hud
son announced at Pleasant Mt. lastSun
day that he would preach a series of
sermons and lectures upon the subject
of 'Possibilities." He used for his text
last Sunday. John 1st chapter aud 4tith
verse. "t;an there any good tiling come
onto" Nazareth?" .
Mr. A. W. Crews wasordained Killing
Elder of Pleasant Mt. congregation at
last Sunday's services.
Mr. Weldon Oliver, who has oeen at
tending the Medical University ot
Nashville, has returned home to speua
Our citizens contemplate a very in
toreatlnir contest for magistrate in this
district the ll!th of March, between
Messrs. Tap Holt and E. J. Ashton.
Our farmers are about through sow
iniroats. There has not been a large
acreage sown. No potatoes have been
niunted in this vicinity except for
home use. Some are preparing their
land for olantiuir. There has been
some gardening done. The wheat is
looking very promising iu this neigh
borhood at this writing.
Mr. J. II. Ivannon. reports very goon
sales for the stock he aud Mr. Den ham
i i - . .
Mr. W. II. McCaleb had the misior
tune to lose a Hue hliy last weeK.
ill keep tne i.v"'"i""", jiitt.r.
,base has ieve..i. g,,mrlh 011li
We have in the.past few years-sold a few
of the above cultivators, and we want to
R5BS7nTirahpSSidTO.e i mDrcss on vou the fact that it is.the only
Send 21 cents in l-cant stamps 1 ', - , . ' ' " ' ' v "I r f
County. This implement is comparatively;
a new thing with us, but has been sold with
increasing demand every year for the past
5 or 6 years. It will cultivate more com
or potatoes, do better and more kinds of
work at one going over than any two shov
el cultivators; mark; it is light draft, easily
handled and will do away with the neces
sity of having points sharpened, shanks
breaking, etc. We guarantee them abso-
Mrs? Armstrong entertained her
lutelv the best.
iend Mrs. Nelson, of, your city, re- . , t-v tt
It you want me oesi iisc narrow uvur
rolled over a field, buy a Dutch Girl, and
you will be pleased; it is strong and simple.
Moline and John Dero lever harrows, all
steel, and will last longer and do better
work than any drag harrow made. We
.Have; Buggies, Surreys, Buck Wagons
Godwin, Mar. 6 The farmers are all
quite busy now plowing and preparing
to plant corn.
Eider Anthony Derryberry preached
to his congregation at Phillippi last
Rev.' Mr. Eubanks will preach at
Godwin Chapel net Sunday affmoon.
Mrs. Amos Timmons and two chil
dren, Iiuis and Buford, are visiting
Mrs. Timmon's mother uear Concord.
Miss Winfrie Roberts was with her
friend, Mss Maude Williamson, oi your
city, several days last week.
Mrs. William jacason, oi -u ijjui,
arrived Friday to visit her mother,
Mr. J. E. Roan has been indisposed
for the past few weeks.
Miss Diuieiia rage , oi iiiiMiuiin, ii
charge of the school
Mr. Harvey Kerr, of Hickman coun
ty, visited relatives here last week.
Little Wiufrie and Sammle Church
are now with their grandmother,
Mrs. Roberts. Mauoabkttk.
Hakdison Mills, March (5 Here we
come again with a few items for your
Uev. W burn Derryoerry preacnea a
splendid sermon at Old Lasea to-day.
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Jilttie Ana e 1jb, ununnvci i
and Mrs. Arthur Ring, is wen again
after a spell of pneumonia.
Miss Carrie t'eay is guunuuig a w
weeks with Mrs. Sallie Clymore.
Miss Virgie Freeman, oi rarmingtou,
after spending several weeks with her
oroiner, j. ia. i icDii.,...,
Miss WilliB Moses is spending a tew
weeks with his sister, Mrs. Ollie Miller.
Mrs. Missie Hardison and Mrs. Ida
Gooch are In Nashville on business.
school will commence at tne ti"w in
stitute to-morrow (Monday) under the
control of Mr. A ndie Williams.
As news is sea rce, we win ciose.
and Harness. Any quantity, quality, style and hnish, and
prices so low you can't afford to haul your family any longer
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in the old iarm wagon. UUl and inspect our line.
save vou money.
I'AMl BR ASCII.
v re anxious to do a lltt". rod in
this world and can think of no pleasaat-
er or better way to ao it man rec
ommending Oue Minute Cough Cure as
a preventive of pneumonia, consump
tion and other serious lung troubles
that follow neglected colds. A. B.
Rains. . y
Siiapy Grove, March 6. Elder. F. ('.
ti.iu-ell. -f Andrews, preached tor me
inii.iieonare!'8tion last Sunday morn
ing, and at lleinel, in .-uaersou a oenn,
n t he afternoon. Preaching at the M.
v Church in the afternoon by the
lar tiastor. Bro. Reeves.
ir Itrnmbach. of Ridlev. was here
last week looking for mules, but only
(succeeded in purchasing one pair.
There -are some good mules in the conn-
We have the best, the CAPITAL. No one questions
that. Also a few more of the cheaper ones at $30 00. Also
wagon harness, plow gear, in fact any farming hardware
you may want. When in town, don't forget to examine our
as we are the pioneers in the Disc Plow business in Ten
nessee. They will work where all other plows fail; will do
better and more work than any hand plow. Harrow
Mrs. Alice GrifTy, of Rockdale, is nA subsoil plow: ask your neighbor about the John Deere
...,ii.i u ran. urokii with Mr. Newt r i J 0 . .
or Hancock, and he will say he does not see how he can
farm without it. They are winners. ,
Barbed Wire, Cement, Land master, Fire Uriel?, Sewer Pipes,
Oils, Pumps,' Steel Stock Tanks, etc.
Camp Branch, Mar. 7 This beauti
ful Mondav morning we find ourselves
engaged fn writing down what few
items we have gathered for the Heb-ii.i.
There is a great deal of sickness in
We are alad to report the Improve
ment of Mr- It J. Rail, who had his leg
Miss Nora Johnson lsrecoveriug trom
a spell of piieuin una.
Mrs. Ada Uipson is very biuh whii
pneumonia at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hinsou have been
quite Indisposed, but we are glad to re-
oori tneiii oenei una . inu.
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spending a few weeks with Mrs,
Mr. S. P. Morrow and wife have just
returned from a visit tu relatives in
Terry countv. Mrs. Bettie Gibsan re
turned wiih them, to spend a few
Miss Annie Rtins will spend this
week with friends at Lipscomb.
Thev have gotthe Christiaachurch in
a condition now, to meet in Sunday
chxl is held every Sunday nurniug
at 11 o'clock. Bkkth v and Kffie.
C.ntinned to Seventh Paee
Street i Co.
C1TTZEKS TELZPHOnE No. .
by all de
Jroiu'Irot' .BitU'i- is