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THProUtMKIA HKHAUV FRIDAY. MAY C, 1 - 5S
liROAnviKW, May 3 Master Smith
lUKtfer happened to a serious accident
Monday by uettinw; one of his ti ntiera
mashed. We hope it is not as had aa
they thought and will soon be well.
We are lad to say that Mr. Frank
McKissick, of Kttatnn, in able to be in
school aain at Oil place.
(uite a number of vnK ladies and
gentleman from this neighborhood
attended the May Meeting at Ciibson
Mr. and Mr. Jim Hickman, of Por
ter's, visited his father, l)r. Hickman,
who has been sick for several days.
MissHosa Douglas and Hattie and
Florence, of Enterprise, were at Mrs.
Mr. Wilson Dobbins, of Columbia,
was here last week.
Mr. Hilly Oilbreath, who spent the
winter in Florida, returned home last
week, Kieatly benefitted in health.
Mr. Hichard Wilsford was at Mr. Tom
Wilsford's the tl rut of the week.
Mr. Overton and sister, of Spring Hill,
spent several days last week with their
tdster, Mrs. Kobert I'hillips.
Misses LlUie and Irene Scott attended
church at Hopewell the fourth Sunday.
Mr. Dock Hickman is quite sick,
threatened with fever.
Mrs. Jane Matthews has returned
home, after a three week's visit to rela
tives in West Tennessee.
Mr. Perry Payne, of your city, was in
the neighborhood last week.
turned from a pleasant visit to Mr. and
Mrs. Benson Evius, of Culleoka, last
Misses Joe and Olivia Foster returned
to their home at Carter's Creek yester
day evening, after a pleasant visit to
Miss Wlnfrie Roberts.
Miss Dora Houser, of the Concord
neighborhood, visited her sister, Mrs.
Tom Harris, a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. r Roberts are spend
ing this week at Mrs. Cates, of the ion
Dr. Sidney Pige attended District
Conference fast week. Chloe.
M. L. Yocnm, Cameron, Pa., says, "I
was a sufferer for ten years, trying most
all kinds of pile remedies, but without
success. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve
was recommended tome. I used one
box. It has effected a permanent cure."
As a permanent cure for piles DeW'itt's
Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. A. B.
Hock Sipk, May l. This beautiful
afternoon tiiuls us trying to write a few
lines to your ever-w elcome paper, which
is highly appreciated in our home.
Rev. S'.aden preach' d to a very large
congregation this evening at Berea.
Mrs. Will Loftin, since the death of
her husband, has moved to the home of
her father, Mr. Roan, in this neighbor
hood. Mr. Brooks Hight, of Snow creek, is
visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. Bill Ilolman, of near this place,
is a little improved after being quite
Mr H ibert Allen, of Xeapolis, is the
gnent of M r. Joe Allen's fainil v.
There will bo Children's Day services
b"ld at Mt. Olivet the tourtn Sunday in
these beautiful summer days are
highly appreciated by the farmers. We
remain as ever. Oiiasta and odium,
It is a great leap from the old-fashioned
doses of blue-mass and nauseous
physics to the pleasant little pills known
as Hewitt s untie I'.ariy Kisvrs. Thev
cure constipation, sick headache and
biliousness. A I!. Rains. ly
It K WAKE OK OI NT HUNTS FOlt CA
TAltltH TIUT CONTAIN MKKCUKV,
s mercury will surely destroy the sense of
tunell and completely derange the whole
system when entering it through the
mucous surface. Huch articles should never
be used except on prescriptions from repu
table physicians, as the damage they will
do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hairs Catarrh Cure,
inanfacturcd by K. J. Cheny & Co , Toledo,
)., contains no mercury, and Is taken in
ternally, actlngdlrectly upon the bloodand
mucous surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally, and made
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes
Hold by Druggist, price 75c. per bottle.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Janl7 8y lm
McCain's, May 3. Once again we
take advantage of a few spare moments
to jot down our items. Our village
seems to be all hurry and bustle at pres
ent, everybody trying to get Time by
Among the number that attended
Richland Presbytery, which convened
at Mt. Moriah, Oiles county, last week
were: Rev. M. E. Gabam and wife,
Profs. Harris and Scott, Mr. W. J. Fly
and wife, Messrs. O. M. Trousdale, O. S.
Thomas, William Maxwell and Jimmie
Adkisson; Misses Beulah Maxwell and
Cora Adkisson, as delegates from the
Ladies! Missionary Society; Misses
Media Wilburn, Ella Thomas, Irene
Keed and Irene Adkkson, all of this
place. They report a splendid time and
good meeting of Presbytery.
Rev. M. E. Uahard tilled" his pulpit at
this place last Sabbath, preaching one
of his best sermons from the text, "En
dure Hardness as a Good Soldier," to a
large and appreciative audience.
Misses Annie Jones, of Santa Fe, and
Emma Kinzer, of Sawdust Valley,
visited relatives in our midst last week
and worshipped at this place Sabbath.
Messrs. Hobbs and Pickens,of Moores-
ville, now have a saw-mill near the
creek, on Mrs. L. B. D.ivis' farm, and
are sawing a nice lot of lumber for some
of our citizens.
Mis9 Maggie Walker Is now in Colum
bia, having accepted a position to sew
with Mrs. Brooks.
Mr. J. I). Duuriier and wife visited
relatives in Giles county last week.
McCain's Academy will have its first
commencement this term. The com
mencement sermon will be preached in
the school chapel Sunday, May 'i, at 11
o'clock, by Rev. J. H. Thompson, pastor
of Baptist Church, Columbia. Monday,
Mav Z. at 3 o'clock, p.m.. address by
Hon. E. B. Wilson, Gallatin, Tenu.
Concert that night. Tuesday, May 24th
at 10::m. address by Rev. J. 11 . Lovett, A
M. Ph. D.. President of Montezuma
University. Ala. Oratorical contest at
niirht: also the awarding of medals.
The nubile is invited.
Rev. Gabard has succeeded in placing
noon the narsonatre grounds a nice
study-room, which adds greatly to the
view in Its neatness and design.
Mrs. Wheeler, of Vale Mills, Giles
onntv. visited her sister, Mrs. J. M.
Walker, last week. Omkha
lISCOVEUr;i lY A WOMAN.
Another irreat discovery has been
made and that too, by a lady in this
country. "Disease fastened its clutches
noon her and for seven yfars she with
stood its severest tests, but her vialt
orirans were undermined and death
.seemed Imminent. For three months
she coughed incessantly, and could not
sleep. She finally discovered a way to
recovery, bv purchasing of us a bottle
of Dr. Mini's New Discovery for con
sumption, and was so much relieved on
taking lirstdose, that she slept all night
and with two bottles, has been abso
lutelv cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther
Lut. Thus writes W. C. Hamniek
'o.. of Shelby. N. C. Trial bottles free
at Woldridire it Irvine's drug store
Regular size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle
guaranteed. (4) June iy
Watkk Valley, May L Rev. Spivy
preached a good sermon at Union
church this morning at 11 o'clock. A
large crowd was in attendance. He
will preach every first Sunday morn
ing at this place and at Jones' school
house in the afternoon.
Sunday-school at the Methodist
church next Sunday morning at 10
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Potts, of William
son county, are visiting relatives here
at this writing.
Mr. T. C. Harris is having a new
Little Hermon Roach, who has been
quite sick, is convalescent
Mr. Curtis Garner, who has been
visiting relatives and friends in old
Maury and Hickman county for some
time, will return to his home at Canton,
Ohio, this week.
Miss Emma Kinzer was the guest of
Miss Annie Jones, of Santa Fe, for a
few days recently.
Mrs. Arch Moore, of Williamsport,
was visiting Mrs. J. L. Williams re
Mrs. Bill Johnson, of Turkey Creek,
was the guest of Mrs. T. C. Harris not
Mrs. W. T. Harris, of Williamsport.
pent last week with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. J. T. lemma;, jr., or oosnen, was
in our village last week.
Mrs. J. j. Williams visited relatives
near Williamsport last week.
Mr. M. B.Johnson has sold his farm
of 50 acres to Mr. W. O. Johnson, of
1'urkey Creek, for $1,000. Mr. W. O.
Johnson also bought 30 acres from Mr.
P. Johnson, paying $ti2". Mr. J. P
Johnson has bought Mr. Johnson's
farm on Turkey Creek for $1,400.
Scnnvsidk, May 'J. After an absence
or several weeks, we win again send tn
the few items gathered.
Mrs. Harve Bruinbach and son, of
Virginia, are visiting friends and rela
Miss Alice Alexander has returned
from a pleasant visit to relatives in
Misses Mattle and Hattie Cayco and
brother were in our midst last week
and attended the meeting at Gibson
Quite a number from this place went
to Gibsonville Sunday. Among the
number were, Mr. and Mrs. James Gid
dens, Mr. Houston Thomas and Miss
Nettie Fleming, Mr. Floyd Guldens
and Miss Nora Parks, Mr. O. R. Stod
dard and Miss Maltie Oavee, Mr. Frank
Brown and Miss Hattie Cayce, Mr. Jim
Ingram and Miss Y line Emerson, Mr,
Luther Bendermau and Miss Aggie
Messrs. Williams and Marshall, of
Franklin, visited at Mr. A. L. Emer
son's last week.
Miss Lizzie Scott has returned from a
p'easant visit to Columb'a friends.
Miss Lame Benderman, of Mt. Pleas
ant, visi'ed relatives here last week.
M iss Mattie Trousdale paid the "old
folks at home" a visit recently.
Rev. M r. Clayton, of McCain's, preach
ed to quite a large crowd here Sunday.
The many friends of Miss Johnnie
Alexander will be glad to know that
she is expected home Thursday from
Texas, where she spent the winter.
like every other crop,
A fertilizer containing nitro-
i i t i
gen, pnospnoric acid, and not
less than 3 of actual
Our stock of these goods is complete as
to quality and price. We buy in large
quantities and can sell vou a better Buy
will increase the crop and im- fQr tne money than yOU Can buy elsewhere.
prove tne iana.
Our books tell all about the subject
are free to any farmer.
GERMAN KALI WORKS.
Q1 Nassau St., New York,
spell had to plant over. We
fruit is not all killed.
Mrs. T.J. Derrvberry. of Centreville.
visited relatives in our midst last week.
We are glad to report Mr. W. C. Har
dison belter. Hope he may soon be up
Mrs. W. A. Hardlson gave a quilting
not. long since.
Miss May Sowell is on the sick list.
We wish her a sneedv recovery.
Mrs. Eva Dobbins had the misfortune
ti lose 00 little chicks last week by
There was a singing at Mr. Wallace
Hardison's on last Sunday night.
There will be a debate at Lasea next
Saturday night, May 7. Subject,
"Resolved, that a man can live a sinless
life." Affirmatives, Messrs. Amis Der
rvberry and Jessie Lain; Negatives,
Messrs. Nat Jones and Jimmie Derry
berry. Everybody is invited to attend.
Bro. Anthony Derryberry will preach
for us next Sunday at 11 a. m., and Bro
Willburii Derryberry will preach at
Sharp's Corner in the evening.
Rose and Nell.
Wagon like above cut, side spring, only $25.00. We have them
as high as $05 00.
KOHEKTS' IlEND AND KSOll CREEK
Knoii Creek. Mav 2 Bro. Eubanks
will till bis regular amwlntment at
Godwin Chapel next Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. He expects to hold a few
days meeting next week and perhaps
will Protract it. Hone all the chris
tians will nive us, or rather God, their
help and win souls for Christ. For
what is grander or more beautiful than
to work in the vineyard of the Lord
.Some mav say it is "too busy a sea
for h meeting." Suppose you were call
ed to die, then will it be "loo busy" to
leave this world? No time should ever
lm too busy to work for the Master. I
these perilous war times we had belter
be gathering together and offering our
sincerest prayers, not only for the no
ble sons of our country, whose bio d is
being shed, but for all the world-the
poor Spaniard, too. Of course, we all
would rejoice P know that this grand
old union of ours was conqueror ; but at
the same time our hearts would bleed
to know that so many souls were hurl
ed into eternity, even those of our
enetnv. "God be w;th us "
Mr." Wesley Roberls.of Roberts Bend,
and Miss Krankie Kin. T, of near Wa
ter Valley, were united in marriage
last Suiulav evening at Santa Fe, on
their return home from cl urch. It was
not a "runaway affair," as both fami
lies had given their perfect consent.
Mr. Roberts has won for his wife a no
ble and beautiful girl, and of one of the
best families of our county. And y es
well, everyone knows es;hes a
nice, energetic, "good old fellow.'' We
wish them bon voyage.
ihl.e and little daughter Aline re-
The man with a weight on his leg
can t hone to win in the race. A man
with a weight on his health can't ex
pect to compete in life and business
with those w no are noi nanaicappea.
If his brain is heavy, and his blood
6luggish, because of constipation, he
will not succeed in doing any tiling very
well. Constipation is the cause of uine-
tenthsofall sickness. Symptoms of it
are sallowness, listle-sness, poor appe
tite, bad taste in the mouth, dizziness,
biliousness, and lassitude. Constipa
tion can be cured easily ana certainly
by the use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel
lets. They are not at all violent in their
action, and vet they are more certain
than many medicines which are so
strong that'they put the sy.-tein all out
of order. The great advantage of the
Pleasant Pellets is that they cure per
manently. Send 21 1-cent stamps to
cover cost of mailing, only, and get his
great book, the Common Sense Medical
Adviser, absolutely free. Address
World's Disnensarv Medical Associa
tion, No. 003 Slain street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Grovklaxp. May 2. As "Zula" sug-
irestsd that it had been some time since
the Hkbald's "Robin" had warbled, I
thought 1 would send in what few items
1 have gathered tins ween. e nopu
Zula will write oftener.
Rev. F. J. Tyler, of Columbia, occu
pied the pulpit at Pleasant Mount last
Sunday, and uenvereu a very ra ei
mon upon the subject, "What Does the
L ... Vt II.. J...V. " 1 I
moie say vooui aici iiit(ii.m
was out Here in tne interest oi me
orphan's Home at Columbia. He met
with good success, lie raiseu u dhi. na
tions amounting to $12t for the Home.
The early wheat is damaged ny tne
late wheat ami oats are looking line.
Most of the early planted corn has neen
planted over. There is prospector fruit
in tins vicinity jei. n.m.i.
Garwood's Sarsaninlia ror tne blood
guaranteed to cure. A. C Rains.
SHADY MRU YE.
Shapy Guovk, May 1. Owing to the
general unfavorablenegs of the weather,
the farmers are very much behind with
their work, though gardens are still to
Services were held at the several
places vif worship as usual last Sunday;
Elder F. C. Sowell tilled his appoint
ment at l)u nla')'.-. and Bro. Reeves at
the M. E. Church. The Mormon con
gregation worshipped iu the old
"Roniola" had the pleasure of enter
taining the estimable editor of the
Hickman County News several days
the past week.
Dr. L. Sheddan and Kuhn Johnson,
of Williamsport, heard Bro. Sowell's
discourse here Sunday evening. Mr.
Curtis Gnrner, of Williamsport, attend
ed church here Sunday afternoon, bid
ding loved ones adieu tor another long
year. He left Monday for Canton,
Ohio, his place of business. The good
wishes of a host of friends go with
)ii in to his uni t hern home, where his
uprightness and integrity of character
have won for him many warm friends.
Messrs. R. A. Smith and A. C. Nichols
left for Louisville a few days since with
a lot of cattle and hogs.
Mrs. T. J. Derryberry and children,
who have been 'visitiiig relatives in
Columbia and vicinity, returned to
their home in Centreville Sunday.
Messrs. Henrv Hunter and John An
derson visited friends at Cathey's Creek
Saturday and Sunday.
The Messrs. Sisco, of Kettle Mills,
were in town the first of the week.
Mrs. Alice Smith has returned from
an extended visit to relatives at 1'lep.s
A litt'e boy asked for a bottle of "get
up in the morning as fast as you can ;"
the druggist recognized a household
name for"DeVitt's Little Early Risers,"
and gave him a bottle of those famous
lit te pills for constipation, sick head
ache, liver and stomach troubles. A B
Howard, May 3. Brother Anderson,
of Mt. Pleasant, occupied the pulpit at
Miss Katie Lockhart has returned
home from Snow Creek. She brought
Little Nona estal with her.
Several of our young people went
to Ginsonville Sunday. They were
Murrv Fleming. Ada" Pulleii: Jim
Brown. Elinor Walters: Buford Gid-
ding s, Sarah Hinuer; Earl Elenrng,
Willie Brather; Harry and Kate Put
leu. All report a nice time.
Miss Willie Bratton and sister, Mrs.
Swan, have been visiting their brother
and family at Jones' Valley.
M iss Scribner, of Columbia, is visiting
her brother, Mr. ill scribner.
Mr. Jess Vestal and family, of Santa
Fe, were here a few days ago, visit in
the family of Messrs. James and Oscar
Mrs. Scribner gave the Sunday-school
an entertainment Eridav night the
2t'th. There were several songs and
reci ationp, All had a nice ti ne.
Mrs. Voorhies was abU to be at
church Sunday for the first time iu sev
As this is my first time, I will close,
YKLI.OW JAI'M1CK tTKEI).
Suffering humanity should be sup
plied with every means possible for its
relief. It is with pleasure we publish
the following: "This is to certify thai
was a terrible sufferer from yellow
jaundice for over six months, and was
treated tiy some or the Desi pnysicians
iu our city and all to no avail. Dr. Bell,
our druggist, recommended l'.iectric
Bitters; and after taking two bottles, I
was entirely cured. I now take great
pleasure in recommending them to any
person sintering trom mis ternoie maia-
dv. I am gratefully yours, M. A. Ho-
girtv, Lexington, Ky. Sold at ol-
dridge it Irvine's drug store. 50c per
botte. June4 ly 141
$37.50 to $105.00. If you want the best, buy only the Kautt'man.
Kttatox, May 2. The farmers who
planted so early and got their corn
killed, have about finished planting
Mr. Albert Holt and wife attended
the Presbytery at Lynnville.
Rev. Mr. Morgan, of Ala., occupied
the pulpit at Ebene.er Sunday.
The school at this place is conducted
by Miss Bettie Foster, who has a high
recommendation as a teacher.
We are sorry to report so much sick
ness. Mr. Ed F. Roddie Is Ivlng very
low with pneumonia, and he also has a
sister confined to her bed by the same
disease. Mr. Lucius Norman has two
children suffering with pneumonia.
M rs. John Norman is also indisposed.
We hope that they will soon recover.
Mr. Douglas, of Mississippi, is In our
midst on business.
Mr. Akin, of Idaho, is our new mer
chant at Ettaton.
Mr. W. O. McKissiek. of O'lalitv
creek, is hauling phosphate olT his
place to Mt. Plcisant.
Mr. George Swan lias taken a con
tract to deliver live hundred tons of
phosphate to the Mt. Pleasant company
from oil his place. slkvi's.
The farmer, the mechanic and the bi
cycle rider are liable to unexpected cuts
and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is the best thing to keep on hand.
It heals quickly, and is a well-known
cure for piles. A. B. Rains. ly
Lasea, May 2 Here we are, with our
little budget of news for the Hkuai.p.
We aie al'vays glad when the dear old
paper comes, for we enjoy reading it so
Owing to the recent rains, the farmers
have been delayed in planting corn.
15K.I.1K.K IV 1X mU l!S.
Distressing kidney ami bladder dis
ease relieved in si'x hours by "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great surprls-i on account of its
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
in bladder.'kidnevs ami back, in male
or female. Relieves retention of w ater
almost immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold
nv A. B. Rains, druggist, Columbia,
'Continued to Seventh Paee.l
From $00.00 to $175.00. Allgrades and kinds.
Tor Circuit Judge.
We nro authorized to announce D. W
Brovles, of Hardin County, as a candidate
forjudge of the Judicial Circuit composed
of Maurv. Lawrence, lilies. Lewis, Wayne
and Hardin counties, subject to the action
of the Democratic party. Klectlon In All-
gust to nil out the unexpired term oi Juuge
We are authorized to announce Koht. R.
Williams as a candidate for Judge of the
Judicial Circuit composed of Maury
Lawrence. Giles. Lewis. Y avne and Hardin
counties, subject to the act ion of the Demo
cratic party. Klectlon in August to fill out
the unexpired term oi judge I'aiterson.
We nre authorized to Announce Mr. O.N.
McKt-niion, Sr., of the Tenth District, as a
candidate for Trustee of Maury County,
subject to the will of the people, at the en
suing August election.
We are authorized to nnnounce J. B.
firanbery as a candidate for re-eletion to
the onto' of Trustee of Maury County. Sub
ject to the w ill of the people at the August
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wil
son It. IioMiiiis, of Columbia, its a candi
date for Trustee of Maury County, at the
ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce If. R.
Ladd of the pith district, as a candidate for
Sheriff at the ensuinu August election, sub
ject to the will of the people.
We are authorized to announce Mr. J. A.
(Dock I Crowe, as a candidate for Sheriff of
Maury County, at the ensuing August elec
tion. We are authorized to announce Mr. Love
Webb, the present Sheriff of Maurv County,
as n candidate for re-elect Ion for the second
term, at the ensuing August election.
The sympathetic tenderness of a lov
ing husband is everything to an expec
tant mother, especially during her first
ordeal. Georce Layton, Esq., a promt
nent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the
following case :
A customer of tnlne, whne wife has used
four bottles of ;' Mother's Friend" before con
finement, says, after seeing the effects of the
remedy, that if she had to go through the ordeal
gain, and there were but foir buttles on the
market, and the cost was $100 per bottle, she
would have them.
" Mother's Friend " is a scientifically
Compounded liniment which affords cer
tain relief in the various ailments pre
ceding childbirth, and assures proper
elasticity to the cords and muscles in
volved in the final ordeal.
"Mother's Friend" is sold by dmg
rnsts, or expressed on receipt of one
Valuable book, Before Baby is
Born," mailed free on application.
THE EFUJFIELD 3EGULA7CR CO.. kA'-rtl, Ga.
For County Court Clerk.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Lu
ther Thomas, of the Fifth I list rift, as a can
didate for Count v Court Clerk of Maury
County, at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce J. Frank
Wilev, of Columbia, as a candidate for re
election to the otlleeof County Court Clerk,
at the ensuing August election.
For Circuit Court Clerk.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wil
lard P. Worlev. (,f the Sixteenth Hist net. as
a candidate for circuit Court Clerk of Man
ry County, subject to the will of the people
at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wats
V. Kmbrv. of Columbia, us a candidate for
Circuit Court Clerk of Maury County, at
theensuina August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Rob
ert Foster, of t he Fourteenth idst rict, as a
candidate for Krister, subject to the will
of the people at I he August election. lsi,
We are authorized to announce Register
VV. 11. McKenimn asa candidate for re-elec
lion to the otlleeof Register of Maury
ounty. at the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. P. L
lerrvherrv. of the Twenty-third lllstrlet
hs n candidate for Register, at the ensuing
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
Brown Double Shovel Hows, only $2.50 with Calf Tongue.
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.
treet & Co.
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