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Dark's Mill, March 11. This lovely
morninir ii nda us trying to Jot down a
few items again for the dear old II kh
ALT. As we have jnst moved into this
neighborhood we have gathered but
few items. VVe regretted very much to
have to leave our old home at Loco,
where I spent, my childhood days and
from where I wrote to the dear old
Mrs. VV. O. Gordon is vistintf her
daughter, Mrs. V. ones, of Mt. Pleas
ant. Hev. Dale, of Santa Fe, preached at
the school house Sunday eveuiug at ;i
o'clock, to quite a good crowd.
Mr. Sam K'esbitt, who ha been quite
sick, is much better at this writing;
also Mrs. .1. N. Maroney is con valesing
aftT quite a seriou-i spell of sickness.
With bet wishes to the correspond
ents slid the many IIkkalu readers. I
The readers of this piiuer will be nlensed
to leurn that there is at lea-tone dreaded
disease that science has been able to curt! in
All its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is the only positive earn
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
beliiK a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken internally, aetliiK directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of (lie
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution and
assisting nature la doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith In Its cur
rative powers, that, they otTerOne Hundred
Dollars for any case that It falls to euro,
tiend for list of testimonials.
Add ress. F.J. CH K N E V & CO., Toledo, 0.
Hold by Druggists, 75o.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
ASH WOO l.
Asuwoon, March 14. Mr. and Mrs.
liurton have returned home from Nash
ville. Mrs. Mary Hendrick is convalescing
from a spell of typhoid fever.
Miss Alice Orr is visiting friends at
Miss Susie Lipscomb entertained the
Embroidery Circle very delightfully
last Monday afternoon.
Mrs. George Stubbletleld has returned
borne to Nashville.
Mrs. Sam Prlchett came out from
Nashville and stayed a few days last
Mrs. VV, V. Thompson gave a delight
ful function to some of her friends last
Dr. Theodore Frierson Is reported no
better. Dr. Campbell came out from
Nashville to see him last Friday.
Mr. D. M Brown has returned home
from a visit to Alabama.
Rev. 8. P. Hawes is quite unwell with
a severe cold. Quo Vadis.
T. F. Anthony, ex-postmaster, of
Promise City, Iowa, says: "I bought one
bottle of 'Mystic Cure'for rheumatism
and two doses of it did me more good
than any medicine I ever took." Sold
by A II. Kains, druggist, Columbia Sm
Kkttlr Mills, March 13. After sev
eral weeks silence we will write again
for the ever welcome. IIkkali, al
though news is very scarce with us.
Mrs. J. V. Delk was called to her old
home In Bedford' county to see her
father and sister, who are both sick.
Our sympathy goes with her on her
sad journey, and we hope she will tind
Mr. .lames Lovell Is home from a
business trip to Wsynesboro.
. We have the telephone at last, of
Which we are Justly proud.
Mr; John Delk and family have re
turned to their home at Farmers' Val
ley. Mrs. R A. Kennedy Is visiting at Mr.
A. B. Cathey's on Cathey's creek at this
Thero Is considerable sickness among
our little folks now; mostly colds and
Uncle Daniel Smith, who lives near
this place, Is veiy sick at this time. As
he is quite old, having passed his
eightieth year, hU recoverv is very
If sucl questions are permitted, we
would like to ask some one that knows
where Dodson's Academy Is located.
Garwood's Sarsnnurilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains.
"NEArOLts, 15. lie v. Mr. Oupton
preached at this place Sunday niuht.
Miss Ethel Green, of Columbia, is
with Miss Inns Allen at present.
Mrs. Nicholson, of Columbia, Is the
guest of iier mother, Mrs. Sanders.
Miss Grade Smith, of Ben, has re
turned home, aHer a pleasant visit- to
Mr. J. XV. Huckaby, who has been
quite sick for several weeks, we are
(rla.l a aav la 1 m nrn v I n tr.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nesbitt, of Dark's
Mills, were witn ner niouier, mis.
1 ku it la rppflntlv.
As news is scace, we will close,
Wishing the Herald much success.
We are anxious to do a lltt'. K"od in
this world and can think of no pleasant
rnrhvilArwivtn tin It than bv rec.
ommending One Minute Cough Cure as
a preventive of pneumonia, consump
tion and other serious lung troubles
that follow neglected colds. A. B.
Kains. . ly
CHAN FORD HOLLOW.
Craskord Hollow, March 14 After
an absence or some time, 1 win enneavor
to send i'.i what news l nave gamerea
for the pver welcome Herald.
Mail doirs and mad cows are all the
ullr at nresenL 1 think tr.e Deo Die
would do themselves Justice by killing
all the dotfs; as they cause so much
trouble. We are sorry to learn that a
rtrurhas hltten one of Mr. Black's
little bovs. Hope that the bite will not
We are glad to learn that Mrs. Nancy
Hardlson, an aged lady living near
Kock Spring, is slowly improving.
Miss Carrie Hardlson, of Leftwich, is
visiting Mrs. Hardisou duriug her ill
Mrs. P. K. Minor, ot Center Star, and
Mr. W. J. Craig, of that place, are visi
ting their sister, Mrs. XV. XV. Johnson,
near your city.
Mrs. Nannie Cooper, of Columbia, is
visiting friends here at this writing.
Miss Annie Overton, of Columbia, has
returned home after a few days visit
with "Little Stianger."
"Kippliac Wave" letter in the lnt
issue was read with pleasure. Hope she
may w rite again soon.
We were all f glad to see '! ala
donyV letter in the Hi:nu.i, for her
letters are always inreresiuu.
What has become of "Maud and
Blanch?' 1 would like to hear from
them often. - Little stkanueu.
Water Valley, March 14. On last
Thursday morning at ) o'clock, at the
home of the bride's mother, occurred
the happy marriage of Miss Maggie,
Hutcheson to 'Mr. J. S. Johnson.
Messrs J.T. Fleming, Arch and Louis
Hutcheson, Misses Evie Pigg, Beulah
llratton and Krnma Kinzer were the at
tendants. After the ceremony, wh eh
was performed with much grace and
eloquence hy Uev. N. B. S. Goings, of
.Tuia re, uie nnuat puny lert im
mediately fir McCain's, where thev
were tendered a nice reception by Mr.
Wallace Woody, brother of the bride.
They returned to the Valley Friday,
where a nice dinner awaited them at
the home of the groom's narents. Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. Johnson. Thev re
ceived a large number of beautiful
presents Mr. Johnson is an entuipris-
ing young tanner of our village, and
has won for his companion a sweet and
modest christian girl ; one who will be
a helpmeet as well as an ornament to
lus home. Ilia many mends of the
happy couple wish them a long and
prosperous life. May the golden chain
Uiat binds the two so closely together,
keep its brightness pure and true and
Miss Koxie Johnson was the guest of
relatives on Snow Cr ek last week.
The Ladies Missionary Society will
meet at the Methodist Church on the
fourth Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
The members are urged to be present,
as the election of oillcers will take
Bro. Gwlngs preached a hue sermon
at Alexander yesterday morning.
Miss Aiaude iiiucneson, or ijatner-
wood, was visiting in our village the
latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. win tiutcneson, or
Snow Creek, attended the Johnson-
Hutcheson weddiug last Thursday.
Mrs. J. L. Williams was with Colum
bia friends last week.
Miss Sadie Williams is the guest of
Miss Km ma McFall, of Columbia, this
Mrs. Lula Ladd, of Turkey Creek, was
in our village the lat er part of last
Mrs. Lizzie Forgey was the guest of
Mr ane" Mrs. Harlan, of Columbia, re
cently. Miss Sadie w imams was tne guest or
friends at Mt. Pleasant last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Cook's home
Is being brightened bv a tiny young
gentleman, who arrived last weeK to
make his home with them. Oiikstiia.
BEATS THE KLONDIKE.
Mr. A. C.Thomas, of Marysville. Tex..
has found a more valuable discovery
than has yet been made in tho Kloii
dike. For years he suffered untold
agony from consumption, accompanied
by hemorrhages; and was absolutely
cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, coughs and colds, lie de
clares that gold is of little value in
comparison to this marvelous cure;
would have it, even if it cost a hundred
dollars a bottle. Asthma, bronchitis
and all throat and lung affections are
positively cured hy Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption. Trial bottles
free at Woldridge & Irvine's drug store.
Regular sizes olio and $1.0o. Guaran
teed to cure or price refunded.
june4 ly 2
Spring Hill, March 14. Rev. Mr.
Denny, having severed his connection
with the Cumberland Presbvterian
Church, Rev. Mr. Fuller occupied the
pulpit Sunday, both in the morning
and at night.
Bishop Gailor was here last week and
preached Wednesday night at Grace
Chapel. There was a large crovd out
to hear him.
Rev. Mr. Wilson preached at the
Presbyterian church Sunday morning
He presented his cause, that of the
Monroe Harding Orphanage needing
help from this church, for which a col
lection was taken.
Mrs. William B-anham visited in
Nashville last week.
Miss Rebecca Maves, of Columbia, is
now visiting Miss llattie Thompson.
Miss Susie Belle Moore is on a visit to
her friend, Miss Ethel Bostick, of
Mrs. Davidson, of Decatur. 111., is
boarding at th Capertn House. She
is traveling for her health.
Mesdaines Thomas Wade and D ive
Wade, of Pulaski, are visiting relatives
Mr. Mack White, who is in the rail
road post-oflice service, visited rela
tives here lust week.
Rev. M. Taylor and Mr. William
Hughes went to Brentwood Friday.
Mr. Hughes addressed the Kpworth
league at that place.
Miss Fontee Wade entertained the
Foreign Missionary Society of the
Presbyterian church Saturday after
noon, from 2 to 4 o'clock. They took
this occasion to open their mite boxes,
after which elegant refreshments were
WE MUST MAKE
For our great Spring Stock
which is now on the way.
We still have a few odd
suits, some small lota of
shoes that we will close out
ut your own price in or
der to make room for tho
greatest Spring Stock of
Hats, Ktc, Ktc,
that has evr been seen here.
Jameson, March 14. After an ab
sence of two weeks in Nashville, visi
ting Mrs. J. M. Journey, I am again in
the quiet of my home, meditating on
the present, paxt and future; and there
is nothing in mv lneanderings that 1
think of with so much delight as the
"tacky" entertainment of the G. G. G's ,
at the res dence of VlaJ. Jameson last
Saturday night. It was indeed a ludi
crous affair; all seemed to enjoy it im
mensely. There are few that can sur
pass Miss Susie Jameson in entertain
ing. We were glad to note so many
Mr. Kniest Jones visited our neigh
Mr. c. W," MeMeen's friends thrice
welcome his return home, after an ab
sence of two months in Mississippi on
business. He reports ipiite a prolluble
Mhs ClaireO HI, of Nashville, spnt a
few days recently with Miss Susie
Mr. and Mrs. J. XV. Burnett spent a
few days in Nashville recently.
Miss Mag"ie Mai Terrell wa9 in our
midst last week.
Mrs. R. C. Jameson has been quite
sick, but we are glad to report is conva
lescent. Mrs. M. .1. Burnett is spending awhile
witli relatives at Thompson Station.
Whooping cough is the most distress
ing maladv ; but its duration can be cut
short by the use of One Minute Cough
Cure, which is also the best known
remedy for croup and all lung and
bronchial troubles. A. B. Rains, ly
MT. ZIOS AM) Til ETA.
Mt. Zion, March 13 With pen in
hand, I sit thinking what has taken
place hove of late worth v to be written
for the dear old Heualp; but time is
too precious to spend much time in
thinking, so I will just relate the few
things 1 recall just now.
Bro. isom preached an excellent ser
mon to the young men last Sunday,
from iid Samuel, 1st I) chapter and 23
verse. Glad to seo so many out.
We will have Sunday-school on the
first and third Sunday mornings at
9:30 and on the second aud fourth Sun
day afternoon at 2:30.
We are sorrv to sav that Mr. Southall
is not so well; also Mr. John Sjdberry,
Jr., is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hull entertained a
few voting people laft Saturd ly i vtning
at crokotiole. Reiresiiments were serv
ed at an appropriate hour, and all en
joyed themselves very mucn. we ex
tend many thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Hull
tor their kindness.
Rev. R. Hull and wife, of William-
sport, are visiting relatives at Theta
Mrs. Maggie White, or campneii's, is
on an extended visit to her parents,
Mr. aud Mrs. K. C. Fitzgerald, at
The school at this place is progressing
very nicely under the supervision of
Mios Bessie Harris. School Girl.
Send your address to If. E. Rueklen k
Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of their merits. These
pills are easy in action ana are particu
larly effective in the cure of constipa
tion and sick headache. For malaria
and liver troubles they have been
proved invaluable. They are guaran
teed to be perfectly free from every
deleterious substance and to be purely
vegetable. They do not weaken by
their action, but by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly invigorate
the system. Jtegular size cents per
box. Sold by Woldridge it Irvine, Drug
gists. june4 ly 2
ItOUEKTS' HEN'I) AM) KM) U CHEEK.
Kxon Creek, March l.V-Bro. Eu
bank preached an excellent sermon at
Godwin Chapel last Sunday.
Miss Mamie Williamson, of Columbia,
visited Miss Winfrie Roberts last Sat
urday aud Sunday, and attended church
at Godwin Chapel Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Brown Harris returned to her
home yesterday after spending about
three weeks at' her mother's in the Con
cord neighborhood. Hope her health is
Mr. Will Pane, of Jones Valley, is
visiting at his father's at this meeting.
Mr. Charley Harris went to NNshviMo
last week to hear Rev. Sam Jones.
While thero he concluded he would
take to himself a wife. Miss Snow
Watson, formerly of Snow Creek, was
the bride. They will begin house
keeping in their new home at Tirn
Wheat is beginning to look line in
this part of the country. The nice
warm showers of to-day will make na
ture look fresh and green. Some of the
farmers are planting corn.
I sini-erH y wish that those who are
so anxious for a war would be the ouly
ones that would liavy to go into battle.
Tor Infants and Children.
Leipkk's Cheek, March 13. T will
try to give what litt'e news I have
gathered for the past week.
Rev. N. H. S. Owings filled his regular
appointment at (ioshen to-day. lie de
livered an excellent sermon.
Some of our farmers have planted
their corn. I think tey will have the
pleasure of plantinar over.
Wheat is looking tine in this country.
We are sorry to report Mrs. XV, M.
Fly on the sick list; also little John
We are glad to see Miss Nellie Fly
able to be out after being confined to
her room since Christmas. She will
spend a week with her grandmother,
Mrs. Church, near Bethel.
Miss I'enniugtou, of Mt. Pleasant,
will take charge of the school at this
placo to-morrow. She w ill board with
Sirs. IVc Oakley.
Mr. Robert and Bud 101am have rc
turii"d to their home in Obion county,
after an extended visit to Mr. R. is.
11 1 am and family. Their many friends
regret to see them leave. They will re
turn in July to attend the springs with
Mr. and Mis. R. S. Flam.
There have been several rabid dogs
kilb d in this vicinity. A dot; passed
through Fly this morning, supposed to
have been "mad. It bit several other
doirs and got away.
Miss Lula Oakley is at school at
Franklin. She w ill return home on the
17th of next month to attend the re
union of the Oakley family.
Mr. Jim l'rowel and family will move
to Wiles County as Romi a little John
nie lieu able to Sit. Their ninny friMnl-
regret to see them leave.
R. C. Mlain will go down to Nashville
Tuesday to purchase a new lot of
Miss Robinson has returned to her
home in your city, after a month's
visit to Mis Sallie Sewell.
will cure well, have a bright,
rich color and flavor, with good
burning properties, if liberally
supplied with a fertilizer con
taining at least 10 actual
in the form of sulphate.
The quality of tobacco is im
proved by that form of Potash.
Our books will tell you just what to use.
They are free. Send for them.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New Y"flc.
L K FT W It'll.
Leftwich, March 13. The glorious
spring morning t reaking in all its
beauty over this fair old earth ; the sun
is tlashing back like showers of dia
monds from every twig and grassbladoj
the eong birJs that flit from tree to tree
pour fourth their sweetest songs, aDd
the loud, merry whistle of the plough
boys on their way to work adds a great
harmony to the joyous anthems of na
ture. On such an occasion we tind it a
very pleasant task to write for the ever
Mrs. Tuhitha ray, of Lewlsburg,visl
ted Mrs. Eva Fox several days last
Mrs. H. Jackson, who was reported
very 6ick lu our last, we are sorry in
deed to note no better.
Miss Amainha Reuolds, of Verona,
visited her sisters, Mrs. Joe and Alfred
Lamb, last week. She was accompa
nied home by Mrs. Alfred Lamb and her
little niece, Lena Rivers.
Mi's Carrie llardison is attending the
sick bed of her grandmother, Mrs.
Nancy llardison, of Near Rock Spring.
Mr. Henry i indell, of this place, is at
tending school at Hardisou's Mill In
stitute. Misses Kstella and Virgie Hardlson,
of Rock Spring, and Miss Laura Ren
olds, of Verona, came over last weeK to
attend the school at Leftwich.
Mrs. Sam Morton's lit'lo school,
taught at her home, is progressing rap
idly, Much success to her;
Mr. J. P. Harris, our former clerk, is
now with his brother-in-law, Mr. John
Holly, of Hear Creek, and intends re
maining there through the summer
months. M r. Tom llardison has taken
his place at the store.
Mrs. Julia Uilliam has returned home
after a pleasant stay with her daughter
Mrs. Hud Moses, of Rally Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Baxter, of Silver
Creek Station, recently visited Mrs.
Baxter's brother, Mr. Mort llardison,
who is still in quite feeble health.
Maud and Blanch.
KIIKUM VTISM Cl'KEU IN A DAY.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 dayB.
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; 7o cents. Sold by A. li. Rains, drug
gist, Columbia, Tenn. octl6 8m
Lvlf, March 11 Lyle is a thriving
little town situated on the N. C. & St. L.
Railroad, 15 miles from Iiickson and
about the same distance from Centre
ville. We think it should have a place
in your most valuable paper.
Mrs. Walter Beasley, of Dickson, has
been visiting her mother, Mrs. James
Edwards, of this place.
Miss Lndie Cooper entertained a num
ber of her friends very pleasantly last
Mrs. Brown, of Twomey, has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. BooKer, of
this place, who has been quite ill, but
we are glad to report much better now.
The school at this place is under the
control of Miss Annie Puckett, of Shady
Grove. She is an accomplished young
lady and deserves much credit for the
splendid management of her school.
Miss Lou Church, of Williamsport,
has an interesting music class at this
place. She Is a deserving young lady,
and we wish her much success in her
Messrs. R. E. Bryan and D. B. An
derson, of shady Grove, were with
friends in Lyle the first of the week.
M rs. Belle Stevens, who has been on
a visit in this county and Maury, for
several weeks, has returned to her
home in Salt Lake City, Utah.
If this escapes the waste basket, I
wili write again. Guess Who.
Isom, March 14. Bro. Sisco filled his
regular appointment at South Point on
last Tjord's Day at 10 o'clock in the
morning; also at six in the evening.
Mr. James Jones has been absent
from school lately on account of having
Miss Kula BrowtL.haa been ill for
some days. ' .
Mrs. Lizzie Sparkman and little
daughter, Elise, of Beech Grovp, spent
several days with her parents, Mr. aud
Mrs. C. M. Taylor, recently.
Miss Mamie Green is visiting her
sister, Mrs. A. Z. Hughes, of Ashwood.
Miss Tennie Cathey will leave short
ly for Peiry county, where she w'ill
visit her sister, Mrs. J. A. Delk.
Farmers are very busy in this section.
Several have planted corn.
The attendance at the Democratic
primary was very small in this district
on last Saturday. Katk.
Union-, March 13 It is with the
greatest of pleasure that we Jot down
what items we have gathered. The
farmers have been taking advantage of
this beautiful weather. Some are
through planting corn, but some are
not vet through turning land.
Mr. Hawkins will move his saw. mill
to Theta to-morrow.
Rev. Owens tilled his regular appoint
ment 'ast Sundav.
Rev. XV. T. Dale preached at this
Mrs. B. P. Godwin has been indis
posed since our last.
Mr. P. K. Morrow and family visited
Mr. Anderson Walters, of Santa Fe, the
latter part of last week.
Mr. J. W. Skelley and family visited
Mrs. Skelley's mother, Mrs. Gaskill, of
Bethel, last" week.
Mr. Tom Lockheart is improving
Mr. Jno. Husband isimproving nlow-
Grip is quite prevalent here. Very
nearly everyone in the community has
had it. Lko.
'Continued to Seventh Pace.
IS KING OP CORN 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
other machines; it is simple, compact, light
and the farmers' delight. All we ask is an
examination of our planters, and we are
positive you will be convinced of the su
periority of the MOLINE.
We have in tho past
of the above cultivators, and we want to
impress on you the fact that it is the only
successful cultivator ever offered in Maury
County. .This implement is comparatively
a new thing with us, but has been sold with
increasing demand every year for the past
5 or G years. It will cultivate more corn
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
lutely the best.
If you want the best Disc Harrow ever
rolled over a field, buy a Dutch Girl, and
you will be pleased; it is strong and simple.
Moline and John l)ere lever harrows, all
steel, and will last longer and do better
work than any drag harrow made. We
Have Buggies, Surreys, Buck Wagons
and Harness. Any quantity, quality, style and finish, and
prices so low you can't afford to haul your family any longer
in the old form wagon. Call and inspect our line. We can
sa.'e you money.
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
and subsoil plow; ask your neighbor about the John Deere
or Hancock, and he will say he does not see how he can
farm without it. They are winners.
Uarbed Wire, Cement, Land Plaster, Fire Uriel, Sewer Pipes
Uelting, Oils, Tamps," Steel StQck Tanks, etc.
CITIZENS TELXPHONF No.
few years sold a few