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THE COLUMBIA IIEKALD: FlilDAY, MAKCII 25
McCain's, March 22. Rev. M. E.
Gabard returned home last Friday from
a trip to Frtyetteville and other points,
lie tilled his pulpit at this plane Sab
bath morning, delivering; a splendid
discourse on "The Tenth Legion."
Mr. W. T. Hell is back in school again
after a week's absence at the bedside of
his mother, near Carter's Creek.
The Alfred Burnpy .Society met 1 ri
day night with (rood attendance and
ouite a number of visitors, whom we
gladly welcome. A good program was
presented. The question for debate was,
"Resolved, that the United States
should not jro to war with Spain."
Atlirmative, Messrs. Floyd Uilbreatn,
Jim Hall, Will Kennedy and Miss
Emma Scott: negative, Messrs. O M.
Trousdale, Marvin Fly, S. . Ihomas
and Miss Anna Kennedy. The Judges
decided in favor of negative. The ques
tion for Friday night is, "Resolved, that
the children of every community should
be educated, no matter what it costs."
Parents are especially invited to be
Mesdames Emma Yancey and John
Goad visited at Mt. Pleasant since our
Messrs. Ed and Luther Paisley vis ted
their sister, Mrs. W. .1. Kly, recently.
Mr. and Mrs U. S. Dixon, in company
with Mr. VV. T. McCandless and wife
and Messrs. Huston McCandless and
Ennis Patterson, left last Friday even
ing for Charleston, S. 0. We regret
losing them from our midst, but wish
all a happy and prosperous year in
their home by the sea.
Our little village was very much ex
cited a week ago over a bridal party
passing through, no one knowing who
they could be. Rut we have since
learned they were Mr. Shorter Johnson
and wife (nee Miss Maggie Hutchin
son). The attendants were Mr. Arch
Huchinson and Miss Reulah Bratton,
Mr. J no. Fleming and Miss EviePigg, all
of Sawdust Valley. Mr. Johnson and
Miss Hutchinson were married at Saw
dust Valley, and all came to Mr. W. F.
Woody's, of this place, where a nice
reception as tendered them.
Mrs. Duggfr, of Campbellsvllle, is
visiting her son, Mr. Dave Dugger, at
Mrs. J. W. Matthews and niece, Mrs.
Ella Wilsford, of Hunnyslde, visited in
our town last week.
Little Mies Ramsey, of Culleoka, is
spending a week with her aunt, Mrs.
Miss Annie Fleming, of Mt. Pleasant,
visited in our midst last week, and at
tended services at this place Sunday.
Miss Kennedy, of Pulaski, visited
Miss Media Wilburn last week.
Judzlnir from the lonely chirp of the
cricket on the hearth and the silent
ticking of the clock, we realize that the
hours must be growing late; so we
hastilv conclude, with a dreamy good
night, asking Clod's blessings to rest
upon our deserving farmers, prospering
them as seemeth best. We close, wish
ing much success to the H kkalu, as it
uifla hA iiAwa nf filil Mnurv count V to
other lands, tilling the hearts of those
in other states with ioy as they read of
their childhood homes. Omkoa,
Riioadvikw. March 21. Mrs. Hillary
Chatlin, who has been sick for some
time, is not expected to iive long. She
is quite feeble, and seems to be wearing
away, but we hope that she will yet re
cover. There is a great deal of sickness in
this and adjoining neighborhoods.
Mrs. Matt Hubbell, of Yoklev, visited
her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Thurman,
Mr. Rrice Clayton, of McCain's,
lectured at (jlenwood the second Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murphy and lit
tie child ren visited at Mr. Aiuiy Mon
roe's, of Oualitv ( reek, last week.
Miss Kate Farley is boarding with
Mrs. Robert (ialloway and teaching
music at Broadview.
The school at this place is getting
along nicely with Mr. MCKissick as
teacher. There were several new
The farmers are busy now planting
As news is scarce this week, we will
Rev. J. M. White and family visited
at Mr. A. L. Emerson's last week.
Messrs. ill Thomas and J. W. Mat
thews, have returned from Big Creek,
where they spent a few days on a fish
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Notirrass visited
relatives at Carter's Creek recently.
Sorry to state that Mrs. Notgrass has
been quite sick since their return.
Mrs. 1. J-'. Dugger is quite sick at
J. 11. McCandless left for Hardin
countv last week, to visit his daughter,
ivirs. j. u. iirtium.
Miss Lela Buchanan has returned to
Columbia after u pleasant visit to her
sister Mrs. Will Matthews.
Mrs. Margaret Galloway and Mrs.
R.E.Craig, of Hopewell, visited the
families of A. L. Emerson and J. W.
Mattiiews last week.
We appreciated the letter from "Rip
pling Waves." Hope she will write of
ten. Mr. George Dixon and wife, Mr. Wal
ter McCandless and wife, Messrs. Hous
ton McCandless and Ennis Patterson,
left for Charleston, S. C, last Friday.
responds readily to proper fer
tilization. Larger crops, fuller ears and
larger grain are sure to result
from a liberal use of fertilizers
containing at least 7 actual
THE -:- MOLINE
-HAMP13K1 It Torn Plante
. . 1
Whooping cough is the most distress
ing malady ; but its duration can he cut
short by tiie use of One Minnte Cough
Cure, which is also the best known
remedy for croup and all lung and
bronchial troubles. A. B. Rains, ly
Godwin, March 21. We
with you last week, so
wouldVsome this week.
Mr. M. A. Coggin is having
Miss Lelia Haven spent several
last week with Miss Pearl Roane.
S. R. Armstrong Joined the I. O
lodge at Nanta r e last Saturday.
Wheat helds and pastures are look
ing fine. The light warm rains are
bringing out everything.
Tell L tide Sam when you see him
that we are ready to go to war when
ever "I'lteta" gets ready.
Farmers are very busy planting corn.
R. B. Dougherty bought a car of
wheat for the Columbia Mill & Eleva
tor Co. Monday.
S. W. Harris, t . M. C, is out, so boys
watch out, for your old coats etc. He'll
wun oesi wisnes to an. r it.
A thrill of terror is experienced when
a brassy cough of croupsounds through
the house at night. Rut the terror soon
changes to relief after One Minute
Cough Cure has been administered.
Safe and harmless for children. A. B.
Mown, March 21. Planting corn and
looking after gardens is the order of the
day on the farm.
Mrs. Gallowav, of Theta, spent last
week with her daughter, Mrs. J. V.
Fitzgerald, of this vicinity.
Mrs. Charlie Peach, or near franklin,
is visiting relatives in our midst this
Mr. Jno. alters has taken charge of
the Theta hack, and will be polite to
the friends who wish to ride wun mm.
The young people of this community
will miss him, but wish him success in
Miss Ida Mai Fitzgerald spent last
week with friends at Brentwood, and
went to NrtRhville to hear Rev. Sam
The wheat is looUins' fine in this com
munity, and fruit trees are in full
hloiim. together with many pretty How
ers, and we sincerely hope that the
I1SI1 llv dreaded March days will con-
tinnn Iiriirht as now.
Kd Fitzirerald has cone to Nashville
GUd to read the lines from "Myrt
Hope all our sister correspondents will
rin elm hus if thev move to another
home not leave the columns of the
newsy Hkkali). , , , ,
As it is getting late, I wish all a kind
Our books are free to farmers.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
corn, mowing oats, tc, this beautiful
An old negro by the name of l'les
Renfro died here suddenly last Satur
day of heart failure.
Mr. Clarence Gracy, of this place, lias
formed a partnership with Mr. S. P.
Payne, of Columbia, in the manufac
ture of monuments, ect
Mr. John London, of Cornersviiio,
spent last week witli relatives here.
The war talk among our heroes
sounds very patriotic and self-sacrificing
at times. If Uncle Sam declars
vengeance against Spain, our boys are
ready and waiting to go for 'em.
Truly Yours, daisy sham
w n3$n r
with' m inuca wn vunun s
IS KING OF 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
Garwood's sarsapariiia-for the wood replantincr 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.
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains
to learn that there Is at lcn-t cmo dreaded
sUui.umi Hint Hclenee hus been able to cure in
nil its stiiiies, and that Is Catarrh.' Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a
-w.iivi It ni li.iml I real meiit. Hull's Catarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, Beting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of t lie
vsten. tlierebvdestroyiiiK the foundation
i'f til. i rllHelLMe. ii rid uiviiiu the patient
strength by building up the constitution and
ftHHlstlnu nature in doing its work. The
nninrletiirs have so much faith ill Its cur-
rat Ive uowers. that, they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it falls to cure
Wi.nrl f.ii- Hut f testimonials.
Address. F..I. CHKNEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Hold bv Druggists, inc.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Witku Yai.i.kv. March 21. Rev. X.
11. s. Owinus will nreach at Alexander
m next Sunday afternoon at B o'clock.
. M . . 1 V I . .....iti.ll. ..lll.l-
M rs. Anna n imnani 11 inums i"
Hves in Mississiunl.
Mr. Rinirham. of Columbia, is the
eat. nf her son Oliver.
Miss Heulah Bratton visited friends
Williamsnort last week.
Misses Mairuieand Mary Lou l'uckett,
after a pleasant visit with relatives near
our village, have returned to their homo
in Wpat 'IVmiHssee.
Miss Frankle Kinzer was the guest of
friends at Santa Fe. recently.
Little Fannie Laura Sowell Is quite
nick at this writing; trust she may soon
Our farmers are very busy now plant
ing corn. Wheat and oats are looking
nicp after the warm rains of last week,
Miss Msttie Dodson visited relatives
SJnnw ereek last week.
Miss Kettie Williams has returned
Immeaftera nleasant visit with reia-
t i vpu npn.1 Williamsnort.
Ukv. Mr. Sttlvev will preach at the
Vninn Chnreh every first Sunday at 11
o'clock. There are services at the
Baptist church on the third Sunday
mornintr at 11 o'clock, and at the Metn
Hiat church the second Sunday morn-
in.rnnrl fourth Sunday afternoon.
Sundav-school at the Methodist
church pvprv Sunday.
Mrs. (Jeula Brown, after a nleasant
visit with relatives here, has returned
in hr home In Columbia. Orestha.
A CLEVKK TRICK.
It certainly looks like It, but there Is
uii n trick nhoiit it. Anybody can
trv ittrhn has lame back and weak kid'
nova malaria or nervous troubles. We
mean he can cure himself right away
bv takinir Klectric 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
.roo mttwtiimtinn. hpadache. fainting
spells, sleeplessness and melancholy. It
is pivelv vegetable, a mild laxative, and
restores the system to its natural vigor.
I'rir v.ipctric hitters and be convinced
that thev are a miracle worker. Lvery
bottle isguaranteed. Only 5c a bottle
at Woldridge A Irvine's drug store.
1une4 lv '31
so i t ii po n r.
Sovthport, March 2l.-Bro. James
Harris, of Godwin, preached two inter
esting and instructive sermons at
Bethel Sundav mrning and evening.
His sermon In the morning was on
Sowing Seed," and "Faith" was the
subject for the evening sermon. e
would be glad for him to preach for us
again in the near future.
Mr. Frank Murphy, who has been
time, was able to be out
at church Sunday evening.
Mr. ChatUn is very sick at this writ-
'"f he farmers are taking advantage of
the pretty weathet, getting their land
ready to plant corn.
They have the new telephone run
nimr to Soiithport completed.
s news is scarce, we will nae to
close, with best wishes for the Hrr.vi.p.
Godwin, March 21. After several
week's absence from the Hkkald,
will endeavor to write the happenings
of the neighborhood.
Wheat is looking tine iu this section,
and the prospects are for a good crop.
Mrs. Karis, of Cathey's C'reek, visited
her daughter, Mrs. Terry Taylor, sev
eral days last week.
Dr. Krnest Timmons returned to
Nashville last Wednesday after a two
week's visit to his parents.
Miss Fannie Alexander, or Columbia,
visited Mrs. Claude Godwin since our
Miss Zora Hughes visit "d her sister,
Mrs. Robert Dougherty, of your city,
since our last.
Mr. K. P. Roberts went to Carter's
Creek last week on business.
Mr. Will Roan and sister, Miss Lillie,
of Bear Creek, were with relatives here
Miss Mamie v linamson, oi coiumuia,
wss with friends here recently.
Mr. A. J. Timmons went to Nashville
last week to purchase his stock of new
several ot me young men irom mis
place have joined the I. O. O. F. Lodge
at Santa Fe, and there are others who
We are very sorry to report me indis
position of Mrs. Rebecca Hughes.
T. V. Anthony, ex-postmaster, of
Promise Citv, Iow a-, says: "I bought ouo
bottle of 'Mystic cure' ior rheumatism
and two doses of it did mo more good
than any medicine I ever took." Sold
bv A. B. Rains, druiiirlst. Columbia. Mn
Caktnks' Crkkk, March 20. Miss
Lula Garrette, of Lvnnville, is spending
several days with Mr. M. O. Garrette,
and family. She will visit Nashville
friends before she returns home.
Mrs. S. It. Nichols came out from
Nashville Friday and spent a few days
at home. She returned to Nashville
Monday to he gone two weeks.
Misses Jeanette and Talitha Church
are visiting Misses Denstno and Ora
Church, of Williamson county.
Misses Lillian and Julia Gary, C
Spring Hill, were with Mrs. Will Real
Mrs. W. T.Irvine has returned from
a visit to Nashville friends
Miss Lillie Rountree, of Loco, was
with friends here last week.
Miss Pearl House, of Franklin, wns
the guest of Miss Joe Foster last week.
Mrs. B. S. Church spent last week
with Mrs. J. N. Maronev, of Dark's
Mill. . .
Messrs. Walter Church and imhb
Woody, of Santa Fe, were the guests oi
. " . . . . i . . ......1..
Mr. A. 11. cnurcn ano inuiuy icucun.y.
Elder Paul Sladen, of Columbia, was
here last week to see Elder William
Anderaon ami family.
Mr. A. E. Cnurch visited "a friend"
on Turkey Creek, the first of the week.
r. r i." inn ivi.,1 liua been niiitp
.win. ii nun i tiivj mi" uv- .. -1 - -
ill with nnenmnnia for several days, is
thoiiirht. to be some better.
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Mrs. . I. M. Foster is on me sick ubl
Mam.akp, March 21. Once more we
will try to scribble a few lines for the
dear and only Hfrai-p.
The health of our little village Is very
good at present.
Master Albert Campbell, who has
been quite sick, is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe M Tucker and little
daughter, Fannie Mat, of Columbia,
spent part of last week In our neigh
borhood. Mr. Tucker's health has
greatly improved since he came out to
Miss Marshall Renfro, of Neapolis,
was visiting In our neighborhood a few
Miss Lula Young, of Columbia, Is on
a visit to her parents at this place.
We are irlad indeed to hear that our
Interesting "Myrt" has moved into the
Dark's Mill neighborhood, we read
her piece last week with great pleasure,
aud hope she will write often for the
dear old Herald.
Miss Dot McCormick, after spending
some time iu your city, has returned
Rev. Eubanks preached at Ttlanton s
Chanel last Sunday morning, and at
Neapolis in the afternoon.
Elder William Anderson, of Beech
Grove, will preach at this place next
Sunday. Hope to see a large crowd out.
Kev. Mr. waiKer, oi nanta ro,
nreached at the school-house last Sun
dav week to a large crowd. We would
1 J . . l l- 1. - I. n . wl
lie glad lO nave llllll niino imi:iv onu
preach for usagain. Raven Locks.
Si nnysipk. March 22. Rev. M. E.
Gabard preached at this plaeo Sunday
afternoon to an appreciative audience.
We have had a thriving Sunday-school
at this n ace for several years; nci
scholars are now enrolled on the secre
tarv'sbook. Next Sabbath is the day
set aoart to select ollicers and teachers
we hope, however, mat we may Keep
our present suuerintenueiu, ,nr, r. i
Bruinbuch, as he has tilled the place
aatlsfaetoril v to every one.
Mias Ann e Freeman has been sick
for some weeks. Hope she will soon be
able to take her place in the school
Little Clvde Thomas happened to
painful but not serious accident Friday
afternoon. While playing he got his
collar-bone fractured. Hope he may
he able to return to school in a lew
J. 11. Gallowav and wife, or iiopeweu
visited relatives here since our iasi.
What, pleasure is there in life with a
headache,constipation and biliousness?
Thousands experience them wnocouiu
become perfectly healthy by using He
Witt's Litle Early Risers, the famous
little pills. A. B. Kaitif. lv
'Continued to Seventh Paee,
Some folks seem to think war is a
e-reat national Fourth of July cele
Rich crkkk, March 2i'. This beauti
ful Sabbath hnds me trying to write a
few lines for your dear old paper.
Services were held at Clay Hill this
morning bv Rev. Mr. Hale. There win
also he preaching there again to-night.
We are KMn to report mai. Mrs. .iue
Harris is better.
Mrs. Matt.ie Warner has been very
sick, but glad to say she is better.
Mr. J. II. Kinnard and wife wore vis
iting relatives iu Bedford county, near
Whitaker. Inst week.
Mr. G. W. Kinnard and J. IT. Munard
were in Maury County last week.
Wheat and oats are looking tine in
this part of the country. The farmers
are very busy trying to get their crops
Well, as this is mv first attempt to
write, I guess I had better close, for
f"ar it goes to the waste-basket.
Marshall H cutler.
We have in the past few years sold a few
of the above cultivators, and we want to
impress on you the fact that it is the only
successful cultivator ever ottered in Maury
County. This implement is comparatively
a new thing with us. but has been sold with
bration. North American. inninnoinrr HomDnH PVOTV VAflT TOT thn nfl,ST.
Senator Bate has no opponent, luu,ub uvlul4"u w ' V .7 " r "
and it seems that none can be in
duced to mn against the '"Old War
Morse." This is well, as Senator
Rate will be returned regardless of
any opponent. Knowing this politi
cians are rightfully a little shy.
That Georgia judge who broke a
bottle over the prow of an Atlanta
editor must have been laboring un
der the impression that he was
launching a battleship. Memphis
Everv brass foundry in the coun
try is said to be running on double
time. This also includes Rillie
Mason. Memphis Commercial-Ap
Before another Legislature is
elected the taxpayers of Tennessee
must give careful consideration to
the fact that a hundred thousand
dollars annually can be saved the
state by the abolition of useless
oillees. Kingston East Tennessean.
Our line of Novelties in
Children's Suits is now
ready and complete for
inspection. You must see
Wc x U the Mm. Janr Hopkinn
twits in A merica.
A The arl:nntctc(!(jc,
"yP chrojirst clothier.
fUn ninlVit,iir Tlnnnn
j r awl uuiwji
Camthkll's Station, March 22. This
balmy Monday evening gives us an ex
hubeiant feeling and puts us in a happy
frame of mind. It would well repay
unvone to visit the South, and especial
ly the Middle Basin of Tennessee, who
have never witnessed the grauduer and
beauties of her spring-tide.
Rev. R. S. Gray tilled his pulpit at
Evergreen C. P. Church on last Sunday,
preaching an excellent sermon, the
first Sa'urday and Sunday in April the
communion services will be ob-erved.
Miss Annie Billington, of Franklin,
has returned home after a pleasant visit
to Miss Nannie Bedding.
Mrs. Bruce White and littleson have
returned from a protracted visit to
Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K.
C. Fitzgerald, o' Theta.
Mr. B. F. Hohhs attended "am Jones
meeting in Nashville last week.
Mr. L G. Fleming has lost three fine
horses recently from eating clover hay.
Mr. J. J. Fleming also lost one from
the same cause.
J. Shelby CotTev, of Columbia, came
out last week and has been engaged in
working up a Citizens' lelepbone line
from Culleoka here. He has about se
cured the amount required to construct
the line. He returned to Columbia to
dav. , . , ,
Sliss Rettie Fleming, of Lebanon
Heights, spent last week with Miss
Mrs. Jess Martin, of Nashville, spent
last week with her father, Mr. W. G.
Mrs. Annie Hohbs. of Nashville, vis
ted relatives here last week.
Mrs. J. B. Kerr has returned from a
week's visit to her daughter, Mrs. Bud
F.vsns, of Waco.
n.o afli.wil is nroirrpssinc nicelv. Hu
rler the snuervision of Prof. Weeden
The school at Evergreen will begin in
a few Havs.
The farmers lire hurtling, planting
and wife should know about the pre
paration that for half a century has
been helping expectant mothers bring
little ones into the world without
danger and the hundred and one
discomforts and distractions
incident to child-birth. It
is applied externally, which
is the only way to get relief.
Medicines taken internally
Jj lift. will not help and may
5'ji3 olWL result in harm.
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 Dere 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 farm wagon. Call and inspect our line. We can
sa ve you money.
fits and prepares every
organ, muscle and
part of the body for
the critical hour. It
robs child-birth of its
tortures and pains.
Baby's coming is made
quick and easy. Its
action is doubly bene-
,ficial if used during the whole
period of pregnancy.
SI per bottle at all drug stores, or
:nt by mail on receipt of price.
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
Books Free, containing valuable infor
mation to all women, will be sent to any
address upon application by
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.
Barbed Wire, Cement, Land Plaster, Fire llrick, Sewer Vlpes,
Belting, Oils, Pumps, Steel Stock Tanks, etc.
The Bradfield Regulator Co.
treet !k Co.
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