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Til P rOMM MX A IIEliALD: FU1DAY, APBIL 1, lvi)J.
0:tr dtmulij (lorresjumutnls.
IlARPRn'.s Vai.i-kv, March 28. If von
will allow ma up.-..- in your newsy
tmper, I will try to scii you a fetf
Items from thU piano.
The health f our community Is very
good at till- writinir.
Mitts KiHlova Kobei t u, of fi.i-. U
visiting her uncle, J. K. Goal. Uim week.
Mr. j U M iviuoou op I i4cti il at
Harper' Valley last week, qut'e 1 satin
factory number of pupils bein in
Mr.iMxr Kas'ev. aft"r ion visit to
Ma brothers, Mi'iiHM. T. V. and J W.
Kanley, liart returned to hU liome at
Covington , ...
Mr. Ike Wle ha l ?vjii oar-lou U of
corn loaded la.-t week.
Mr. William shipped twoear loads of
hon to St LuiiiH last week.
Mr. and M. I'lean Itohinami vipitod
their mother, Mm. Harriet Vestal, at
Lane, Lot week.
Mm Sallio Wada l vlaUiiiit liar
grandmother, Mrs. Maritaret Harper,
Mrs. HonniH Hamilton, of Texa. I
the euestoi Mr.Him Mr . K. H. HannibHl.
llev. Joe MrLm-a tilled hi- regul.ir i
appointn ent at inves last simoax .
Mr. Jet Owen, of your city, visited
relatives here last week.
Mr. -and Mrs. 8. W. Cook were the
iruests of Mr. and Mrs. II b Kiain last
Li tile Herbert Elam spent last week
witli his grandparents, Mr. aud Mrs. It
S. K lam.
Mrs. .I. A.Skelley visited her mother
at (ioslien last week. Her mother is in
very feeble health. IIumminii Biui.
A torpid liver robs yon of HmhiMon
and ruins your health. DeWitt's little
Karlv Ilisf I'm cleanse the livtr. cure con-t-tipHtiou
and all stomach and liver
troubles. A H, Rali. ly
311. ZiOX AM) T II ETA.
State of Ohio. City of 1'oluUo, f .
Phank J. CiitSKY uuvkes onth that he is
the senior partner of the 11 rm of K J.
Ciienky v On., doini? business in the City of
Toledo, County ami Hltite aforesaid, and
that said rtiin will pay the sum of ON B
HUNDKKl) DDliLAHH for each and every
case ot mtiinli that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Cularru ('ore.
KKASK .1. ClIK.VKY.
Bwom to before mo and subscribed in my
presenue, this the Oth day of l)eeeinbur, A.
SEAL. A. V. GLRAHON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Menu for testimo
i P. J. Chknby. A Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 76 cents.
Hall's Kiimily rills are the best.
M r. Zion, March 27. We feel it our
duty this mri'iiir. ns well as our pleas
ure to bring our thoughts together to
record a few items for your welcome
paper. Oh, this sublime and quiet Sab
bath morn how blest Is its sweet tn
tlupnce! As we Raze out upon the
i heavens our thoughts turn to that great
j and glorious city beyond, "where there
is no night and Satih itti nam no ena."
1 here will he quarterly meeting here
tlx- second and third of Aoril.
riMver-meeiing every Sunday night
at li e Haptist church at Theta; every
body is cordial I v invited to attend.
Mr, p. H. Southatl still remains in a
We are glad to stati that Mrs. Llnd
Gallowuv is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Powell and Misses Hp
person and Huggins are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. H P. Walton.
Mr. and Mrs. J H. Hull aie visiting
relatives at W'.lliamsport.
Mr. and Mrs. Mausou Vestal, of near
Nashville, visited rriands and relative!
here since our lust.
Mrs. Margie White has returned to
her home at Campbell's, after a pleas-
h n t visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs
E. C. Fitzgerald.
As everybody is too busy these times
to gossip iuucli, we could not gather
much news, or else our "memory box'
is so fatigued that we cannot think of
all that has transuired: we will close
for this time. School Gihl.
R0I5EKTS I1EM) AM) KNOU CHEEK.
KNon Ckkkk, March 'J8. Hro. isu-
banks interested a large audience at
Godwin Chapel Sunday afternoon with
an unusually good sermon. Oh, that we
all would abide by the holy teachings
of the pure Gosple ! What a different
people we would lie; 1 1 maKcs our very
heart bleed to realize how pro.ie we are
to wander, and melts our heart to tears
to remember how good God Is and how
sweet to remember that he savs in his
holv word "that He is our keeper and,
never sleeps, and will keep our feet
from being removed."
Mrs. A. 1'. Huberts, of th Zion neigh
borhood, visited relatives in Roberts
Itrnd last week.
lr. Page went to Nashville on bus!
nf ss this morning.
"Contributor" is visting at her fath
er's, iu the Nebo neighborhood this
Mrs. Benson Evans returned home
Miss Winfrio Roberts anticipates a
visit from the Misses Roberts and
II ines this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Pag and interest
ing little Lidnie Pearl, of Jones Valley,
visited Hsq. Page's family last week,
returning fruiie Sunday
Prof. F.shman is expecting his broth
er. f Alabama, this week.
With best wishes, CllLn'.
the dread of the cotton grower,
can be prevented. Trials at
Experiment Stations and the
experience of leading growers
prove positively that
THE -:- MOLINE
f nucDiMP. cunn 5
U I Mil U gPUUVLLI
the only remedy.
W'q will be glad to send, free of charge,
interesting and useful pamphlets which treat
of the matter in detail.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
01 Nassau St., New York.
IU1KLMATISM ( IKtOn IN A DY.
"Mvstic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia 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: 73 cents, sold by A. li. naitis, drug
gist, Columbia, Teun. octlo 8m
Water Valley, March 2H. Rev. N.
11. 8. OwinitS gave his congregation, at
Alexandir, a tine sermon on yemeiauy
Afternoon, from Second Petei, i:.
llev. Mr Spivy will preach at the
Union church on next Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock.
The second quarterly meeting of the
Santa Fe circuit, will lie held at Goehen
on the fourth Saturday and Sunday of
Miss Lettie Williams is the guest of
friends in Columbia.
Mrs. Peeler, f Columbia, is visiting
Jier daugirer, Mr:.,, I. L. Williams. She
willsp'-iid the summer mouths in the
eounirv wltc relatives
Mis.J'.m a ICInzer whs tie ret of
Miss Auiiit Junes, ot Santa t-c, le
Miss R xie Johnson is visiting rela
tlvps near .luiie- Vsile this week.
Mrs. Iteasli-y, of lio i Aqua Spring", is
visiting her da ghtei, Mis. I'olil Mayes,
of our village.
Miss Kllis Jones, after a pleasant vis
it wiih relatives and friends, has re
turned home lo Little L1, lilckmau
i Miss Sadie Williams vi-uted relatives
near WHIiauispuri leceiiily.
Mrs. James ISiHtt"ii and Mrs W. T.
Harris, ot Wiiliainsport, were visiiing
in our midst last week.
Mrs. Lula Lud I, of Turkey Creek, was
the guest of mends in our village not
Mrs. Iteulah Hratton Is nuite sick at
this writing. Hope to see her out again
George Pigg, who has been Indisposed
for some time, is convalescent.
As ever thu same, Okkstua
DlSCOVMtlSI) IIY A WOMAN.
Another grea' discovery has been
made and Unit too, by a lady in this
cmintrv. "Disease fastened its clutches
noon her and for seven yprs she with
tood its severest tests, but her vialt
organs were undermined and death
seemed imminent. For three months
ahe coughed incessantly, and could no
sleep. She finally discovered a way to
recovery, bv purchasing of us a bottle
of Dr. Finn's New Discovery for con
sumnlioi'. and whs ho much relieved on
takinu tirstdose. that she slept all night
unci with two buttles, has been abso
Intel v cored. Her name is Mrs. Luther
Lutz. Thus writes W. C. Ilamnlek
Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free
At Woldridge A Irvine's drug store
Regular size50e and $1.01). Kv-ry bottle
guaranteed. (4) June4 ly
Seems a if consumption always picks
out the brightest and best. Fully one
mx. Hi of all the deaths that occur in
the world are caused by consumption
Manv thinus wer ouop considered In
possible. It would lie strange if medic
al science did not make some progrt ss
The telegraph and telephone, ihe pho
uuirrauh. the electric light all were
once impossible, and once it w as impos
silileto cure consumotion. I hat was
before the time of Dr Pierce's Golden
Medical Dis'-overv. Taken according
to directions, this standard remedy will
cure US per ceiitof all en' s of cotsuinp
tion. ruiisumiiti 'u is a'sea anu ioi
ti-red bv immiritv in tne blood. It
cured bv nui-itv und richness in tn
blood surely, ce'tainly cured by the
Medical Discovery. It builds up solid
healthy iljsh and vigor ills strength
Dr. neree's uommon nenso weuicsi
Adviser, a UKtS page medical work, pro
fn,. Iv iilustniUd. tvill be sent free on
ret eint or Zl 1-coui siamps to cover vmv
age only. Address, World's Di-pensary
Miidical Association, uuinio, i
Rock Siok, March 27 We come again
with our little budget of news, that we
have gathered for I he dear old H kkai.D.
Hro. Kubanks nileri his regular ao-
pointinent Ht Mt.. Olivet Sunday. He
preached a v-rv interesting sermon iu
a large audience.
Ouarterlv meeting will lis held at mi.
Olivet Saturday before the second Sun
day in A pril.
Miss .Maitie o en returnou nome ai
ter a very leniMhv visit to her sister.
Mrs. Ftta Younger, of Nashville, and
was accoinoaijied bv her friend. Miss
Mat tie Held.
Messrs. Harrv Dai in wood and Henry
Conner are Quite sick with German
Mr. Ned Daimwood and two charm
ing sisters, Misses Mila and Lizzie, at
tended the rigs Umjk marwage.
OUA8IA ANU UOU M.
rhildrenlikeit.lt saves their lives.
We mean One Minute Cough Cure, the
infallible reinedv for cough, colds.
croup, bronchitis, grippe, and ail throat
and lung trouoies. a. . itains. ly
Union. March 2S. This morning,
while it is raining, I can think of imth
ing more proiitVila than to j t down
what few items l nave gainereo.
The farmers are wear ng oug races
now during this wet spell
Mrs. Nan Fitzgerald and little grand
daughter. Fa nn is May Godwin, have
bepn on the Mick list.
Mrs It. P. Godwin and Mrs. Cora
Nichols havp thegrip
Mr. C. M. Petty, wife and littledaugh
ter, Clara May, have been visiting in
The old Primitive llaptists failed to
till their acixiiv tinpiit last Lord's Day.
There will be preaching here next
Sabbath by our regular pastor, Rev.
We would like to know what has be-
c." me or .lo"n rrotwoou iioore, anu
whether "Patriot" Rot his scalp or nut.
So, let's hear from you again, so we
mav "know the news from Theta."
The Death Angel cam.' into nur midst
last Friday morning and claimed for its
victim Miss Kutiecca Andrews. De
I w us u member of the .VI. K.
Church fr a number of years, and
lived a fonsistent christian Ule until
her death. She leaves several relatives
and a host of friends o mourn her loss
We would sav to the bereaved ones,
"Ween not, for our loss is heavens
We are as ever, Lko.
Hkx, March 28 Spring has come
the sweetest part of the year; brilliant,
warm and rmtiaut with iiowers aud the
songs of birds.
Those on the sick list are, M rs Susan
Sealey and Mrs. Anna Hughes. Glad
to stale, however, that they are iin
Mesdames Llnek and Gant were called
to Nashville last week on account of
the illness of Master James Hrinn, who
has pneumonia. We trust the little fel
low will soon be well again.
Mr. J.C. Hicks is in Nashville on
Miss Gertie Bingham, of Catbpy s
Creek, is the guest of Miss Hugh KM
Rev. Hudson tilled his pulpit at thi
plaee Sin lay morning and evening,
and delivci ed to splendid discourses.
Those whoalt.eoded services from adis
tance were, M r and Mrs. Henry Km
zer. of Zion: Misses llertha and Anni"
Mav Kin.er. Willie Mayben-v, J. T.
Wiikes, O'ey Kinzer, Prof. Rueanis, of
Miss Ida Montgomery, of Thompson
Station, is hoarding with Mrs. Ren Fly
and teaching music at Concord Aca
Prof. Rheams will lecture on the
"General Principles of Music" Thurs
day nig t. All are cordially invited t
Mr-. . I. C. Hicks visited her mother
Mrs P.iuli. of "'olumliia.siuce oil'1 last
The fruit trees aud spring floweis
are in full bloom.
Wheat is looking tine in this vicinity.
Farmers are very busy now planting
coin. ' Phvihk.
spring so far. The farmers seem to be
well up witn their worn, wneai is
looking flue in this section. The nfee
warm howers have oeen nue on
HUBS V 11 KIW .-imveil visitw'l nei nmtoi.
Mrs. R. L mtliiigton, at Rally Hill, I
since our last.
Miss Teunie Fair visited her sister,
Miss Nannie Fair, near this place recently.
With best wishes, Dkw Ditor.
JIT. NEBO AM) SAWDUST VALLEY.
Mr. Nrho, March 2St.Rv. Mr. Beas-
Iv occupied the pulpit at Nebo last Sun
day morning, delivering a mjet able
Hev Mr. Ileistmi.of vvavne station.
preached at Sawdust school house Sun
Several from here went up to u un
cord Sunday afternoon to he ir Rev. T.
Rev. G. W. Russell has quite an at
tack of jaundice, but is much better
Mr. and Mrs. Temple, of Ashwood,
visaed friends in our aiij3t a tow days
Mr. Merl Johnson paid a pleasant
visl. to the noma of Mr. A. M. Gray, at
Mt. Pleasant, recen ly.
Rosaola has been quite "plentiful" 1"
our vlcln ty of late, and I, even hi d
a "beautiful'' little case of it.
Mrs. Janie McBrlde has b3en indis
posed for some days, but is simewhat
Mrs. Beasly. of Williamsport, visited
Mr-. Teunie Kstes recently.
Mrs. Maude Linn and little son vis
ItedatMr. Jim Stockard's since our
A lame number from reb at'.en led
the funeral of Mr. M ito Russell, a Wil
lis mspori. ' ;
It Is with reeiiuis ot nean-ieii, sym-
Dii iv t hut we extend a hand to tne
F ' . . . .... j
bereaved huso.iud, iacner, inoiner aim
sisters of Mrs. Mary Harlan, whose sad
and untimely death occurred last weeK.
M.iv the God of all mercy cotmori mem
and lead them gently through this
most trying hour. v ashti.
It has proven
the amount of
IS Kim OF C0E1T PLANTERS.
its superiority as it puts
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 the past few years sold a few
of the above cultivators, and we want to
. n . ..1 ..I -
Th. Anct.,,.t, ofBco Boy. i m o re ss o n v ( u t o c 1 ac t tDat it is me oniy
N t m 11.,- I G n I " .
jerroidsxewspnpei,roundhisonicei cultivator ever ouereu in Maury
ntul mi ntlirn hfiv nil the l)rmlHCS. H ''""""U"'"1 V
f.intinucd tr .seventh Page.
teovSXy County.. This implement is comparatively
an mght. a new thing with us, but has been sola witn
ir, no sum. iy uncie i , , . n ii ,
oidBaiieythismorninft.hriQr-pasinir demand every year lor tne past
we weren't on speaking O "
Q,Se 5 or G years. It will cultivate more corn
nnt.atnes. do better and more kinds ot
' " 7
waited for some time, and when
uuiieurtd reprlnianded him
ng. The boy denied It tenrfully and ex-
Dluincd that lie hnd been up
"It's this way, sir," ho said. "My uncle
was hung at the
and, although we weren't on speaking
terms with him, I thought as one
family I ought to be there
right," said Toinlins. "Never neglect
HritKirAitK, March 2H A vast
uniouni of work has been done by the
farmers in this sect on during the 1 a-t
few week's or nice and open weather.
More corn planted in Mar h than for
several vears previous.
Miss Mamie Tucker, who is teaching
flchoole at Theta, was visiting home
folks rec'Mitl v.
Mr. A. L. Thomas is making prepara
tions case of war with Spain. Me
has substitute at hi home in the per
son of a 12 pound, rei leaded boy, who
arrived safely on the m truing of t he
In the fourth district of this coun y,
about three mil from here and l
from Groveland is one of the most pie
tliresuo scene- in Tennessee; a -cave,
with all it passages neatly laid Oi.t,
the spacious roonn extending iu every
direction, the walks sin ih suit
regular as if some arihitct had care
fully laid them "IT, the wans carveei as . m
l..'.irl. . .... a ttruhidlnflif UJIt hull ill- M
.Hi'UliM r-,.,ii' , , ........ i". ..n
habited it, the seats being a perfect
structure of natures art. It has the ap- I $
iiearanre of mii ancient mansion m
many particular. sr.t'i.AiK.
T. F. Anthony, ex - postmaster, of
l'roinisi I'itv, Iw a, says: "I boughtone
hottle of 'Mystic Cine' for rheumsiism
and two doses of it did me more good
than anv medicine I ever took." Sold
by A B. Rains, druggist, Columbia Sm
Our line of Novelties In
Children's Suits Is now
You must see
Lkivrr's t'RKHK, March 27. W. M.
Fly wid ko down to Nashsille next
w.Hvk tn mirchsse a new lotof g' ols.
We III havr m new telephone soon at j 4
this nlaee. We are so Ruxii.ua to -see IU
the line completed.
The farmers wer damaged ery bad-
I v .,u iiu In the biir hsil aU I i s 10 wh
had last Thursday S on.- i f our
mers had Just finished sowings its
-closer, which were all washed sway.
The land was wa-du'd very bally In
There has bpeu some corn planted In
We are glad to repott the sick all con
Mr. Prow el and fsml'r left last Wed
nesday for Giles c..uo,, where they
will make their futon- l.miie. "Tlclr
many friends regret lo i e them lesvo
Miss l'euninfcti.ii has a wrj uicellille
" l-iT f
Thirty-tive years make a generation.
That is how long Adolph Pis her, ot
anesyilie, Ohio, suffered from piles.
He was cured bv using three boxes of
PeWitt's Witch Hazel Saive. A. It.
HaoAnviKW, March tiS The farmers
were bii.v planting corn, but yester
day's rain st"pped them,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 0. Rea and Imby
Olive. f i our city, visited snver! days
last we-k at, M r. John A. UUD eatli s.
llev. M. K. (Jabard preached at Glenn-
wood Sun lav morning and at South-
uort in the afternoon.
Mr. Olarwnce Dagger and sister. Miss
Nora, of McCain s, attended church at
Glen n wo d Sunday.-
Miss Annie Han's, of Bethel, spent
last week with her sister, Mrs. Sullie
Mrs. Vlrge Rea was able to come out
to church Sunday. We were .flad to
see her out. 1
Miss Ina Douglas, of Koteiprise,
spent last week at her grandmother's,
Mrs. Fannie McKissick.
Mr. J. Hunt Dugger, wife and chil
dren, were he e recently.
Mr. William Thtirmaii visited at Mr.
John Yokley's, of Gai ter's Creek, re
Wre have never seen a better prospect
for wheit at this time of the year.
Mis. Susie Matthews and baby have
beni quite sick, but a'e better at this
Mrs. Uillai.y Chatliu still continues
very low. . Ukvnkttk.
your family duties. But when another of
your relations Is to bo hanged, please to . . . i j nUz-k-r
leave the oflk-e lay under the mat."- work at one going over tnati any two snov-
Fuddy Sonie women are 60 inconsist
ent, don't yon know.
Diuldy For example?
Fuddy Mrs Flnlcy was at the theater
the the other night, and at every "d n"
s'.ic liiughcd as though sho'd die, but when
her husband indulges in the expletive she
thinks he Is just horrid.- Boston Transcript.
Thing of ttrauty.
' I am tol l that yon have many dainty
dbhes t vour boiiruing house," suld Kll-
dulT to Gohlsborough.
' We have, " replied Goldsborough. " The
laniUady'sd nightcris avory 6klllful china
puiuicr."" Detroit Free Press.
Il nett. Ilir .!. Jaue llopkinx
ISo.yn' i'loflf.H. (.he brut fitting
Mailt in America.
clu (ijient cluthitr.
Star ClDtMw House
I III A
and , 1
De Molm Uoiuiiiaii inry, No. ;. or
Kntwi.'s l.'tiiplitr, will bold H stated
puncl.veii t Tn-s.1 ,y night, April
o h ginniiig at ":.ld o'clock, in the
M;.M IC T. II I'le.
Nkak Smyrna, March 28. This rainy
morning finds me trying to Jot dow n
what news I have gathered for yoiin
Mad dons are still numerous through
this part of the country. Several cows
hav iroue mad. We hear that several
people were bitten, but hope their in
juries won't urove serious.
Rev. Sladen will preach at Herea
next Iord's Day at 3 o'clock p. m.
Mr. Gilbert Hunter, who hss ben on
the sick list, we are glad to note Is able
to be out auain.
Miss Dellie Andiews is suffering very
iniicli with a rising on her jaw.
Hro. Nat .tones will preach at Lasea
the second Sunday in next month.
Mrs. .11 m Smith'spent a few dsvs w ith
relatives near Andrews last w-ck.
iss Annie Overton, of Columbia,
visited "Little Stranger" last week.
Miss Sallie Mullins and Mrs Sue
Witherspoon and little g-anddsughipr.
llsr.le Hunter, returned home last
i k alter several day's stay with rels
live in vour citv.
Mr. Odie Nicholson had the misfor
tnne of losing his msre last w eek.
This has certainly been a favorable
means pain, dancer and
possible death for some
Wives. For others it
taeana practically no
discomfort at all. lliere
is no reason why child
birth should be a period
of pain and dread. Sev.
eral months before a
woman becomes a
mother she should
prepare herself for
the critical ordeaL
There is a prepara
tion made which is .;
intended for this t
Tiio name of
3. I J ,
el cultivators; mark: it is light draft, easily
handled and will do away with the rieces
siiy of having points sharpened, shanks
hnakiug, etc. We guarantee tuem 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 aflord to haul your family anv longer
in the old farm wagon. Call and inspect our line. We can
sae you money.
to be ap
cles and re
ty to every
takes tiway all
nearly all Buffer
follow if the
remedy is used
during the whole 1
period of preg
nancy. It is the
only remedy of the
V) kind in the world
M that la endorsed by
AL $1 per bottle at all
i A it Btnrpa rtr sent
J by mail on receipt
f or price
tainintr invaluable in
lormation for all women,
will be sent to any ad
dress upon application U
Tm Brsllioiil deoilitr Cs,
We have the best, the CAPITAL. No one questions
hat. Also a few more ot th- cheaper ones at $30 00. Also
vagon harness, plow year, in fact any farmitiK hardware
oil may want. When in town, don't forget to examine our
is we are the pioneers in the Disc Plow business in Ten
teee. They will work where all other plows fail; will do
letter and more work than any hand plow. Harrow
nd subsoil plow; ask your neighbor abot t the John Deere
r Hancock, and he will say he does not see how he can
hi tn without it. They are winners.
larbed Wire, Cfiuent, Land Plaster, Fire Brick, Sewer IMpev
Uelting, Oils, Tamps, Steel Stock Tauks, etc.
J. P. Street & Co.
CJTTZEI TXIZPIlOr.E Nt. s.