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THE COLl'MJSLA HE HAL D: FltlDAY, APRIL 22, 181)8
Among old Tennessee's vine-clad hills,
Lovely valhes, iliady rooks and rip
Lies a village, beautiful, quiet ana
Away from the world's mass yet un
Five short years ago, this village began
to grow ;
In this valley where the south winds
Step by step it has grown in fame,
Until iiow it has a wide known name.
It is up to date in everything new;
To Uahard, citizens and teachers, much
credit is due.
For the culture, refinement and purity,
Of tli is preseiitgnod community.
Its population increases (puts rapidly,
As they come from north, south, east
aiid west annually.
Last week came "Aliss Kid" from
Which adds another to the Fairview
tensive improvements made at his new
home at Godwin.
Mr. David Crawford was circulating
in our midst Saturday. We are glad to
note his recovery from a spell of fever.
For the past week Mr. K. 1". Fraser
has been indisposed from an attack of
Three head of horses, the property of
Messrs. Henry Haven and Jack Mar
shall, disappeared one night last week.
We hope the stock has onlv strayed
and not been stolen, and will soon be
Mr. J. K. Timmons, formerly of Tim-
mons, is here on a visit from Cameron,
lexas. lie speaks fa vo1 ably of le.xas,
and we believe he is little "Texas in-
We had wondered how it was that we
"came out'' so different ly to what we
were when we ' went in. ' Hut we
had'nt complained. "Doctored " Well,
t hat's all right; so here is another pi
tieot for you. CoNTiunrTou.
It has its telephones the Citizen and
And good pure water from
The merchants, Hugger and
Hugger has married ; Hall is still
Its post-ofllce has more daily mail,
Than any villago this side of the
It furnishes one-cent drop-letters,
Religious, circular, and daily papers
The Metropolitan stands in queenly
And Fairview across the way keeps
With their lovely lasses, and handsome
Then the Parsonage boys, who are
more than toys.
The livery stable in majestic beauty,
Is graeed'eaeh dav with horses of duty;
Hut the little spright ridden by Floyd
Strikes the fancy of the girls of horses
Ktnte ofOhlo. City of Toledo, j as.
Kkank .1. t'liKNKY makes mth tlwit lie Is
the senior purl hit of l lie linn of F J.
I'll knky . Co., doing business In the City of
Toledo, County mid Slate aforesaid, and
that said tl mi will pay the sum ot Ox t.
IIUXIIKKD DOLLARS for each and every
case ol t atarrh l mil cannoi he cured uy me
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Kkank J. Ciik.nkv.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my
presence, this the (it h (lay of ieceintcr, A.
SKA I.. A. V. GI.EASOK,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimo
K. J. Chunky, A Co., Toledo, O,
Hold by lrui;glsts, 75 cents.
Hall's Kanilly l'ills are the best.
did not mean that they should continu
ally lift their voices in prayer, but that
their good works and eternal vigilance
in doing good were the most appropri
ate prayers, as a man's heart is shown
in his works. Several addition were
made to the church, and we are in
formed that others will follow. The
Sunday-school there is growing in
interest, and, upon the whole, we can
say that Hrother Massey is building up
the church at an interesting rate. He
has gained the love and admiration,
not only of the members of his church,
but of everyone. Children's Day will
be observed at this church on the :lrd
Sunday in May, and efforts will bo
made to make "it a most interesting
Uu the 1st Sunday in May, Sacra
mental services will be observed at
Kethany, the Cumberland Presbyterian
Arrangements for Children's Day at
Flowers' Chapel will he made next Sun
day morning after Sunday-school.
Sliss Lizzie Jones, of Robertson Fork,
was spending a few days last week with
her cousin, Mrs. Cleuinia Agnew, of
Miss Mattie Coekril', of McCain's,
who has hee'i spending a few weeks in
tlfis vicinity with relatives, returned
home last Sunday evening.
Miss Virgie Pinkstoii has returned
home after spending a week with her
aunt, Mrs. It Y. Heaty, of Silver Creek.
Mr. J. W. Heeket is having a "tussle"
with the chills.
W.T. Hrvant is buying all the hogs,
cattle and sheep he tinds for sale.
Miss Ma'issa welch visited .mis. lvate
Uarrett and M rs. Maggie Henton sev
eral days ipiite recently.
responds readily to proper fer
tilization. Larger crops, fuller ears and
larger grain are sure to result
from a liberal use of fertilizers I Our Stock of these gOO(ls is Complete aS
containing at least 7 actual to quality and price. We buy in large
quantities and can sell you a better Buggy
IJjnfTJl C h for the money than you can buy elsewhere.
old church stands close to the
Hundreds have felt its Influence,
many there have wed.
Long may it stand as a spiritual light,
True to all that is grand, noble and
It has its boarders from every sphere,
Who seek our midst for the knowledge
From Nancy Lewis county a "Ton-of-Clay,"
Comes to be moulded into a preacher
so they say.
From Carter's Creek some "metal" sil
ver, gold ali ; wel',
Anv wav he is generally known
And for a "Gardener," Stiversville
And returning, a sweet young lady
IIowaup, April IS. After so long an
absence, we w ill trv to jot down what
little new we have gathered for the
ileal- oid H Kit A I, II.
Owing to the sickness of Bro. Powers
Kev. Mr. Lile.of Mt. Pleasant, preached
at Porter's yesterday. There was quite
a large crown in attendance
Mrs. Willie Seribner and children
and Miss Nettie Hunter visited rela
tives at Hurricane last week.
Kev. Mr. Anderson will nroach at
Porter's the lirst Sunday in May at 11
Mrs. Mary Loekhart and daughter
Miss F.lla, returned home last Thurs
dav, after spending a week with her
father, Mr. Due, near Snnnvside.
W ith best wishes to the Hkkai.D
Our books are free to farmers.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
ItEI.IKF IN SIX IIOUKS.
Distressing kidney and bladder dis
ease relieved in six hours nyM.ew
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great suroris-j on account of its
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidnevs ami nack, in maie
or female. Believes retention of water
almost immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is the remedy, Mia
hy A. B. Hams, druggist, Columbia,
Tenn. ieb'i ly.
Shady Ouovk, April is. The farmers
In this part of the county are getting a
little blue over the continued rainy sea
son ; more especially those who had the
misfortune to have their corn cut uown
hv the recent frost. It seems that noth
ing else was so much damaged as the
corn crop, which was killed outright.
Bro. Reeves delivered a very interest
Inn Rertnon to unite a large audience
Dr. Allen lh;an, lat'3 of Nashville, was
here a few davs since.
Miss Beul'ah Bratton Is visiting
Triends and relatives here.
Mr. Curtis Garner, of Canton, Ohio,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Garner
of Williamsnort. was here this week to
, see his grandfather. . M. Miller, and
ami ...... .. .r.
room added to hi house, whiih will
improve the lo iks of his place.
Airs. Alice Mnitn ana daughter,
F.thel, visited her mother, Mrs. M. F.
Haley, the lirst of tho week.
While Mr. .1 un Segraves was return-
niir home from the I'.nneavor society
Sundav night, his horse fell down in
the creek with mm hurting nis arm
Mr. W. W. Hubble is at Minta
Springs to take pictures. Hku.nkttk.
A NAKKOW ESCAPE.
Thankful words wrilten by Mrs. Ada
K. Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was taken
with a tad cold which settled on my
lungs : couuh setin and finally termin
ated in consumption. Four doctors gave
me un. savimr 1 could live out a snort
time. 1 liave mvself up to my Savior,
determined if I could not stay with my
friends on earth. 1 would meet my an-
sent ones above. My husband was ad
vised to get Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds. I
gave it. a trial, took in all eight bottles.
It has cured me, and thank God 1 am
saved and now a well and healthy
woman." Trial bottles free at Woldndge
Irvine's drugstore. Heirular size 50e
and $l.uo. Guaranteed or price refunded.
june-l ly U)
Thousands of sufferers from grippe
have been rest. red to health by One
Minute Couch Cure. It quickly cures
coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia,
grippe, asthma. Biid all throat and Inng
diseases. A. H. Rains. ly
its many readers, I close.
Valley comes a
And from Sawdust
Itnt.1i are intelligent enough not to
Knowing that cigarettes makes a poke.
Tho McDonalds a winsome lass and lad
From Campbell's Station eouio to us
happv and glad ;
'an it be they wil1 exchange hearts
With our lads and lassies by Cupid's
From Giles county our music teacher,
Who plainly shows she is no "hay seed,
As the enchanting notes of music ring,
From the conservatory as the pupils
Hut would music bo
Al we have them
not "forlorn, '
"Stella" proves more talented In art,
Hut watch bovs, or she will break your
Annie and Kin ma their associates true,
To whom many compliments are due;
For their kind'sunnv disposition
They alway (ind with us a warm reception.
Garwood's Sarsaimrina ior tne blood
guaranteed to cure. A. K. Kains.
Cii an Kottt) Hollow, April IS. After
an absence of some time, I will en
deavor to send in what news I have
been able to gather for tin ever-welcome
Hkkai d, which is highly ap
preciated each week.
The health of the community is very
go, id at this writing.
Mrs. W. . I. Craig and little daughter,
Jennie May, are visiting at Center Mar
Mr. John Craig, of Leftwich, was vis
iting the family of W. J. Craig last
week, and wo are glad to find him so
much improved in health.
Al rs. Walter speed ana lime aaugn-
ter, Nora Lee, are visiting her mother,
Airs. Scott, near Andrews.
Airs. Lee Gant was visiting hero last
Airs. Lee Sealey and Aliss Mary
Grant are visiting menus near ton-
What has become of "Maude and
Blanche?" I miss their interesting let
terssomuch. Wish they would write
We were indeed sorry to hear of the
death of Mrs. B ibbie Jackson, of Left
wich, which occurred on tho 10th of
April. Air. .lackson preceded her to
the grave several years ago. she
leaves live daughters, namely: Mrs.
A. II. Jivkson, Laura, Lizzie, Lena and
Alice. Airs. Jackson was a member of
the Christian church, and lived the life
of a true christian woman. To the
bereaved children we would say, al
though your home seems sad and lone
Iv, oiily'triist in God, and by His help
you caii some Cay be re united with her
in perfect lo e and peace.
Wagon like above cut, side spring, only $25.00. We have them
as high as 00.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baker and family
of Cathcv's Creek, are here with rela
t i ves.
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Aluvberrv, of
Sawdust Valley, visited the family o
s. M. Cummins this week.
Airs. Claia Kains, of Nashville, is with
the family of J no. M. Anderson.
Air. Joe' D. Fvaus has returned from
a trip to friends at Thompson's.
Mr. and Airs. .las. Hicks, of Ben,
visited the family of Air. Voss near
here a few davs since.
Airs. W. J. Andrews has returned to
your city, after a very pleasant stay
'w ith relatives here.
Aliss Covie Anderson his just re
turned from a week's visit to friends in
A man's health is the rope by which
he climbs to success. If he can keep
his health, he will go on to success Yet
his health is the very thing he neglects
more than anything else. It is easier
to keep health than it is to regain it.
When a man feels himself running
down, w hen he realizes a loss of vitali
ty and energy, ,ie must call a halt. The
strands of his rope are p.irtiug rapidly.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
has helped thousands of men in just
this condition. It makes health, it
makes pure, rich blood, it forces out
impurities and kills genus. It doesn't
make any difference what name you call
your trouiile dyspepsia, kidney dis
ease, rheumatism, consumption, kmu
disease, the Gulden Medical Diovery
will cure it absolutely. .one m these
diseases can ret tin hold on the bady
when it is full of rich, pure blood.
Send 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost
of mailing only, and receive free a copy
of Dr. Pierces .Medical Adviser. Ad
dress, World's Dispensary .Medical As
sociation, lHiltalo, A , i .
SO IT 11 PORT.
Matrons, Alesdames Horn, Mat
thews and (tabard
excellence surpass the r.ngiish
In keeping order and systematic house
keeping. , ,
The greatest task is to keep "boarders
The blacksmith shop is the place
To get horses shod tor the race ;
Its tfaily visitors are the "good" old
Come to get mended the plows and
The newest building is Dr. Gabard's
For quietude and solitude in it will be
Away from the hurry and bustle out-
itouiii drink ileen the knowledge of
the world wide.
We have no electric lights but only a
Which shines briiHitly near and far;
The library is in the school building in
n room uhovc.
Which the literrv neoplo dearly love.
Its the hest little village in the South.
If you doubt it, justlisleu to " F.sq. Joe's
Who savs there has not been a light,
Niniw Sonire' he has been. But that is
n iikM the "H hralp" and its Kditor
. I .u ml Mr"
Who sticks to the right despite all
Itlikosold Columbia's "Lawyers and
HufAIcCain's" is the place fur "Iro
fessors." McCain's, April is, Isns.
It is a great leap from the old-fashioned
doses of blue-mass and nauseous
. i I liitl.. ni I Id b miw II
llllVSlCS lOine pieasnni nm- "
Itlll l M VTISAl III KKD IN A DAV.
"Mvstie Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is remarka
ble and invsterious. "it removes at once
the cause and the disease immediately
disappears. The lirst dose greatly tiene
lits: 7") cents, sold oy a. n. nains, urug
gist. Columbia, Tenn. octlb Stn
Cam-kk's f'KKKK, April 18. Airs. J. J
Odil and children, of Nashville, are the
guests of Alaj. T. K. Jameson and
Airs. S. B. Nichols has returned from
Air. and Airs. W. C. Simmons were
with relatives at Robert's Bend the
lirst of the week.
Air. and Mrs. Luther Alorrow, of Flag
Springs, speii last week with Air. and
Al rs. John YokeleV.
Mr. anil Airs. Leo Koutitree and chil
dren and Aliss Lillie Koutitree, of Loco,
were here last week.
Messrs. King and aughn, or wur-
freesboro, spent last week with friends
here. . ...
Airs. Warren T. Irvine and children
are visiting relatives in Kentucky.
Mr. A. B. Church and family atienueo
the celebration of the eighty-fourth
anniversary of Mrs. Oakley's birthday
at the home of Air. l Oakley, of
Leiper's Creek, on the sixteenth.
Air. John Wisener, of Culieoka, was
here to see his sister, .Mrs. W. C. Sim
mons, last week.
M. A. K. Church and sisier, .miss
Jeanette, were the guests of Santa re
friends the lirst of the week.
Air. and .Mrs. Yokelv gave a musical
entertainment last week in honor of
.Messrs. King and aughn, ot wur
Aliss Annie Lou AlcKay win enter
tain the G. G. G's. the sixth of Alay.
'Continued to Seventh PageA
$37.50 to $105.00. If yon want the best, buy only the Kautlinan.
(Jonwix, April 18. A. J. Marshall
Co., our blacksmiths, are soon to leave
us. Thev will locate at Santa 1" e.
K. II. Haven lost three horses out oi
his pasture Saturday night.
We are glad to report Airs. A. J. Tim
mons better, aftei a few days illness.
K. B. Dougherty shipped a car of
wheat last, week.
Kvan Koan is visiting Mr. J. K. Kuan.
Saturday our telephone was kept quite
busy. Kvery one in Columbia, It
seemed, wanted to know what the
man's name was that was found dead
in the creek near here.
Tho sermon on "Temperance" by
Kev. (ieo. K. Stuart, which is being
inidwiiiil In the 11 kkai.ii. is a mcst ex
cellent argument. We hope It may be
the means of doing great good.
The general health of the community
is fairlv good.
We will close with best wishes.
Koi'tii i'okt. April 18. As I failed to
nut iii mv aimearatice last week, I will
give what few items 1 have gathered
The farmers are rather late about
nUnting their crops, on account of so
Nearly all the early fruit has been
billed hv the cold weather.
The w heat in this section is looking
line, and the farmers are expecting a
Miss F.sker Farris of Yokley, visited
nintives here several days last week.
Miss Katie Wells of Yokley, is spend
ing the week at her grandfather's, Air.
W N. Mnrnhv.
Mr. and Airs. Allen Farris and little
baby of Big Creek, attended church at
Air. J e Foster, the Hkralp man,
was circulating in this community last
Mrs. Marv Alurnhv is somewhat in-
rtisnosed at this writing, with chills.
.1 ... il l. .....I ti.. i.'tv.,.
Mrs. it audio noit mm .iia r-uic
Fni ris visited relatives at Stiversville
Airs, l'mkleton, who has been sick for
aonie time, we la-e sorrv to say is no
better at this writing. Li tillk,
For Circuit Jui!.
We are authorized to announce I). V.
iimvlcs. of lliirdln County, lis a candidate
r..r iiui.M. of ili.. .Inilicliil circuit composed
of Miiurv. Lawrence, ('lies. Lewis, iiyne
mid Hardin counties, subject to the action
..rthu 1 1. .in, wmii i.' nnrtv. Election In Au
gust to fill out the uuexpireu leriu oi juubc
We are iiutliorized to announce Hoot. H.
w iiiinmu it i ii cHiididate tor juuse oi ine
iniii.-lnl Circuit composed or .iaury.
Lawrence, (iiles. l.ewis, w a.vne mm nniuin
Kiuiiitiua. Hiihlect to theactlon of the Demo
cratic party. Election in Aurusi to nil out ,
lue unexpired term in jungi- i imciwi..
From $00,00 to $175.00. Allgnulos and kinds.
gate of the
v nro mil horized to announce Mr. G. X.
MoKt nnon. Sr., of the Tcntn jnsirici, as a
candidate for Trustee of Maury i ounty,
suhlect to the will of me people, in wiu en
suing August election.
w re Huthorizcd to announce j. .
iiraiihnrvniiii candidate for re-eletion to
the otllce of Ti usiee oi iiniur.v wiuuij, nuo
lect to the will of the people at the August
wra ura un t linrlzwl to announce Mr. W 11-
K. 1 1 ti lit, I l.il . (II I. :oi ll ill hi... (in n in'i'ii-
-i.it for Trustee of Maury County, at the
ensuing August election.
One of the many im
provements to be
had only on the Cap
ital. If you want the
best wagon ever of
fered on this market
buy only the Capital
us "HeWitt's Little
iiiliousness. A. B.
Karl v Kisers. 1 hey
stek" headache and
MAl'LE M0 1' ST.
AIaim.k Mocnt, April l'.. tu last Sat
urday the hodv of a while man was
found in Kuth'erford's t reek, near tne
;odvin grist mill, lodged against some
tl rift near the center of the creek. De
tails w ill be found in the local columns
if the IIkkai.u.-F.d.
.Mr. K. I'. Koterls is having some ex-
AI. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says, "I
was a siitTci'i r fur ten vears, trying most
all kinds of pile remedies, but w ithout
success. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
was recommended tome, i oseo our
box. It has effected a perinanent'ciire."
..i. a i ci ;n inent cure for piles DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. A. B.
IS It Y AST STATICS.
Buy ast Station, April is Quarterly
conference wa held at Flowers' Chapel
near heie, last Saturday, presided over
hv Kev. W. K. l'eebles, of Lynnviile.
in aiiniidance were .Messrs. Walker, of
I.vnnville, Air. and Mrs. Joe llenry, oi
Kotiertson Folk, Dr. ana Aliss Alary
Dir. of Alooresville, and others vhot,e
names we tail to remember.
On Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
Presiding F.ider Peebles preached one
of his best sermons to a large and in
telligent audience, from the text: "Men
ought always to pray an I not to faint;"
in which he argued from the point that
Htiv wot ks performed Iu the name and
for the glory of tiod were equivalent to
pravers and that the scriptural text
admonishing men to continual prayer
T. F. Anthony, ex - postmaster, of
Promise City, Iowa, says: "I boughtoi,e
bottle of "Mystic. Cure' for rheumatism
and two doses of it did me more good
than any medicine I ever took." Sold
hv a It. Kains. druggist. Columbia. Mn
IS K0 Al VIE IV.
liiiMAiiviKW. Anril Id. Since our last
HchiIi lias entered our community and
claimed for its own Airs. Hillary
Challin, who died list Tuesday morn
ing and was buried at the family grave
vm-d Wednesday. "Mineral services
conducted hv K v. AI. K. Uabard. D
reused was' a member of the AI. K
church, and a good christian woman
She was 7. years old and had been mar
ried ii- years. She leaves an aged hus
band aiid several childreu to whom we
extend our sympathy.
Mr. Bruce .Matmews was out oi
school last week on account of having
his eves treated.
Air's. Nannie and l'.li.a Aloore of Big
byville, visited Airs. Alary K. Brown
AI rs. Fnuny Dugger has been s me.
what indisposed for the past week.
The heavy rain last night will stop
the farmer's from plowing for several
Air Joe Foster paid us a visit last
week. Come again Air. Foster.
Air. (ieorge 1 ugger is having a new
Wo nrn nut horlzed to announce If. B.
I mi, I of the i:ith district, as a candidate for
sheriff at the ensulnit Auuust election, sub
ject to the will of the people.
Wo or., ni.lhlirll'll tO RllllOUIlCe Mr. .1. A.
morkicrowe. as a candidate tor tsnerin oi
Alaury County, lit the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Love
W..1.1, tiw ni'iHiit H her II ot Miiurv voumy.
as aenndidate for re-election for the second
term, at the ensuing August election.
for County Court Clerk.
We nre authorized to announce Mr. Lu
Mmr Tiw.niiK. of the Fifth IMstriet. as a can
didate for County Court Clerk of Maury
Countv.iit the ensuing August election.
Wuuro nutliorlzed to announce .1. Frank
Wilcv.of Coluinliia. as n candidate, for re
election to the otllce of County Court Clerk,
Bt the ensuing August election.
For Circuit Court Clerk.
We nre authorized to announce Mr.WII
lnrd I". Worlev. of the Sixteenth Idstrict.iis
n ciindidnte for circuit Court Clerk of Mau
ry County, subject to the will of the people
at the ensuing August election.
Weareauth t lzel to announce Mr. Wats
K. Kmbrv. of Columbia. candidate for
Circuit Court Clerk of Maury County, at
tbeensuinit August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Koh
.rt Foster, of the Fourteenth i istriot, hs a
,.u,wii,lni.. for U.-irlstcr. sutdect to the will
of the people lit the August election. lsi.
Wenrttt'ithrizei to nnnounce Kegistr
W. H McKetinon hsh ciindidate for re-election
to the otllce of Keglster of MHUry
county, at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Air. P. L.
Ii.-rrvlierrv. of the Twenty-third Inslrict.
as a candidate for Register, al the ensuing
Urown Doable Shovel Plows, only $2.50 with Calf Tongue. 2
When in town call and examine our
stock. You will find we carry a line of
. Farming Hardware not to be equaled in
the town, and prices to suit the times.
CITIZENS T ELI PHONE No. 8.