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CAM I'll KLL'S STATION.
Camimiki.ih Station, May 16 Heal
summer id ii nun us.
Kev. II. M. Urav tilled his pulpit at
the Cumberland I'reaby terian ehurcn
on last .Sunday morning, preaching a
moat impressive ami practical .-.crmon.
Hev. Murphy will preach attheChr.s
tiau church the 5th fsunday morning in
Prof. Tom l'eeples and lady, of Texas,
arrived here last FrhUy to npen;l the
aiunmer with Hev. NV. lt. I'eeple.s. lie
. has Just closed a most successful school
in that Stale, and expects to return
there later on.
Misa Alvie tiracy returned home last
.Saturday from tlio 1'eaOoay Nomul, at
Mr, liruce White, 1'ttle son, and
Alias Ora l'erry are visiting friends on
Knob deck and Theta.
Many were the triends here who were
grieved to hear of the death or Mis
i'earl Campbell, of I,y nnville. She visi
ted relatives here frequently, where, by
lier gentle manners and Meet disposi
tion, she won a host of t riends.
The Citizen'') Teieph me h n.v in
operation. The line and box were put
in Saturday. We no a- have, botu the
Citizens' aiid Hell.
Candidates plentiful, and a few to
Mr. Willisou Caskey is In a very bail
state of health. We wish this vener
able man permanent restoration of his
Little Miss Maud Hinkley, who I as
been quite sick for the past week with
pneumonia, is some belter at this writ
ing. Quite a number from thin place at
tended the dedication services at Bear
Jreek last Sunday.
Mr. John It. (Jraey spent last week on
ills farm at Carter's Creek.
Mr. Irwin I'eeples visited friends at
Mt. Pleasant last week.
Miss liettie Clark visited friends at
Mooresville last week.
Mis. J. Me all paid relatives at llnr
ricHiio Switch a pleasant visit since our
Shelby Coffey, who has been with
liomefoiks for the past two weeks, left
this morning for Columbia.
We most respectfully invite friends
of tho Hkhai.d at this place, who might
liave au item of news, to send same to
me from week to week. If perchance
i miss any, it is unintentional.
It fCW Alt K OK OINT.HKNTS FOR C V-
TAltUH TIIT CONTAIN MKIttfKV,
ah mercury will surely destroy the sense of
.smell and completely derange the whole
system when entering it through the
mucous surface. Such articlea 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
lerive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
inanfactured by K. J. Cheny A Co , Toledo,
)., contains no mercury, and is taken in
ternally, net lug directly upon the blood unci
inucous KUi'fuces or the system, in inlying
Hull's Catarrh Cure ho sure you gel tin
genuine. It is taken lnteruiilly, and made
d 11 Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Tes
Hold by liruggist, price 7"e. per bottle.
Hall's Family Tills are the best.
JanlT 3y lin
Lkktwicii, May 15. Alter an absence
of several weeks we will trv to give in
the news of our little vill ge.
Miss Cora Patterson, of Verona, ac
companied by her brother Tommie,
and cousins Kin ma and Karnest Hardi
son, of Nolensville, visited their aunt,
Mrs. I. A. Wilcox, last week.
Miss Maggie Dillehay, of Rock
Spring, with Miss Kato Mosely, of Co
lumbia, and Miss Mollie Leftwich visi
ted the family of F. M. lUrdison re
cently. The decoration at tho Morton grave
yard will he held this afternoon, con
ducted by Dr. S. T. Hardison, of Lewis
burg. Ve are expecting to see a large
crowd with plenty of nice llowers.
Mrs. Primmand Miss Li.zie Jackson,
of Itoek Spring, visited relatives in our
neighborhood during next week.
Mr. Mort Hardison, who has been
sick so long with consumption, is grad
ually irrowing worse.
The decoration at the Jackson grave
yard will be next at 3 p.m. K very body
invited to attend.
Mai d and Blanche.
One minute Is not long, vet relief is
obtained in half that time by tho use of
One Minute Cough Cure, it prevents
consumption and quickly cures colds,
croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la grippe
and all throat and lung troubles. A. H.
VY EST POINT.
West Point, May l.". Rev. D. T.
Waynick, of your city, preached to a
large audience at this place this after
noon. These bright sunny days are helping
the looks of the crop's considerably.
Miss Delta Heard, of Lipscomb, visited
her sister, Mrs. F. A. Oakley, last week.
Ouito a number of our young people
on loved the Children's Day services at
M i. Zion to-dav.
I'M Fitzgerald has returned home
after a four week's stay in the state of
Alabama. Kd was ouite sick while
there, and savs that Tennessee is the
jilace for health and that Maury county
is the best of all.
Miss Cora Mai Dawson is visiting
"Zula" at this writing. She will returu
to her home at Godwin next Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. . I. W. Hassham visited
on Knob Creek Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. W. 11. Shotts will make his home
at Hrentwood for the next three
months. He has made his home In our
midst for the past year, and will lie
missed bv his triends here.
Miss 'l'ucker, of Hurricane, visited
Mrs. G. W. Malum recently.
We had quite a storm hero since our
last. The wind blew down ten trees in
Mr. Jno. Wilkes' or"hard, and the
forest trees were blown about very
much around I be church here.
With best wises to all, I remain,
The human machine starts but once
and stops but once. You can keep it
going longest and tno-t regularly by
using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
famous little pills for constipation and
all stomach and liver troubles. A. H.
Godwin, Mav l.". It has been some
time since we appeared in the columns
of the old, reliable Herald, ouronlv
excuse is press of business and the war
news. Of course we are "tL-kled to
death" at the American success and
hope to see a epeedy end of hostilities.
Business at Godwin is rather dull.
Every on is very busy. Prices of
grain ranged high on the "Godwjn
board or trade. v neai rrwu a ,
per bushel and ear corn to cents per j
Claude Godwin shipped a car of stock
to Louisville Saturday. He also went
to Louisville with them.
It. II. Dougherty went to Santa Fe
Miss Fannie Hicks visited the family
of It. II. Haven last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Amos Timmons en ter
tained a number of young folks Satur
day afternoon at their beautiful home.
Miss Maude Coggin aud Mrs. Claude
lodwin visited the firmly of Mrs. John
Fraser, Sr., on Knob creek, Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Itoan went to
.ahville last Thursday.
Mr. F,. C. Irvine, of Hickman conntv.
Is visiting Sumner and Norman Ann-
strong, and Mr. W. S. Adkius, this
The protracted meeting at Channel's
Church was cut short owinir to Hro.
With best wishes to all, we are,
Shir wood's Sursapanlla tor tne blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Bains.
Mai.i.aki), May Hi. Once more I find
myself tryiuit toscritvhle a few Iine9 for
th dear and "only" IIkkald. The
health of our neighborhood is very good
M iss Lola Sowell was quite sick last
Little Eugene Moore is suffering with
The farmers are very much behind
with their crops. Oats and clover look
tine. The Hies have badlydamaged the
wheat crops in this part of the neigh
Miss Lula Young, of Columbia, was
visiting her parents at this place a few
M iss (Jenie Cosby, of Carter's Creek,
Is the Kiv st of Mrs K. Green.
Miss Pearl Priest is visitiug in Spring
Little Miss Cleave Harmon la visiting
friends at Carter's Creek
There was a croquet party in Mr.
Young's lot last Saturday afternoon.
Hob Green is all smiles over the
arrival of a tine girl at his home.
Hro. Will Anderson will preach at
this place the fourth Sunday in June,
and at Dark's Mill that afternoon.
Hhyant Station, May hi After an
absence of several week's, I will attempt
again to give you the news from Hry
Children's Day was observed at Flow
ers yerterday. 'Quite a number of peo
ple came out to hear the children.
Misses Amanda and Daisy Diggers
visited Mrs. Jones last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hayes were visi
ting in tliis neighborhood recently.
Mr. W . O. l-reoland purchased him a
new Imugv last week.
Mr. Kate Garrett is on the sick list.
We hope she will soon be well again.
Mr. . I. L. Deity, of Culleoka, vUited
G H. Freeland and family last week.
Plenty of candidatescirculating.
II IM SWKKTHKAUT.
T. F. Anthony, ex - postmaster, of
Piomise City, Iowa, says: "Pbotightone
bottle of 'Mystic Cure' for rheumatism
and two doses of it did mo more good
than any medicine 1 ever took." Sold
by A H'. Rains, druggist, Columbia. Hm
Clt AN FORI) HOLLOW.
Chan ford Hollow, May Hi,
Stranger" is at her post again,
few days illness.
The liealth of this community is very
good at this writing.
Miss Floy Atkisson, of Andrews, visi
ted her grandparents at this place last
Mr. Wesley Loftin is very low with
dropsy. We wisli for h'm a speedy re
covery. We are indeed sorry to hear of the
death of Mr. Mort Hardison, who lived
As my news is about exhausted 1
will close for this time.
S. M. Geary, Pierson, Mich., writes:
"DeWltt's W itch Hazel Salve is curing
more piles here to-day than all other
remedie combined. ' It cures eczema
and all other skin diseases." A. H.
Neaimi.is, May 17. Brother Fubank
filled his regular appointment here
Sunday, and delivered an excellent ser
mon. Mrs. J. W. Huckaby and children
spent last week with Mrs. Oakley, near
Miss Irnia Allen has just returned
homo after a pleasant visit to Miss Ora
Allen, of Hear Creek.
Mrs. Letsinger, of Hen, is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nesbitt, of Dark's
mill, were the guests of Mrs. Davis re
cently. Miss Etna Allen, of Hear Creek, is
visiting relatives here at present.
Mrs. K. M. Tucker spent last week in
Columbia, visiting friends.
Mrs. Tom Allen was with relatives
near Columbia recently.
Wheal is looking better in this part
of the country now. X in a.
Late to bed and early to rise, prepares
a man for his home in' the skies. Earlv
to bed and a Little Early Riser, the
that makes life longer and betur
wiser. A. H. Rains.
McCain's May 17. Once again we
steal a few moments from the busy
routine of life to jot dow n our items
from our thriving little village and
This has' been a very busy week for
pupils of the Academy, as they have
been standing written examination and
rehearsing for the closing entertain
ment, which will take place on Monday
night, May iSU "Sam Davis, the Con
federate scout," a tragedy in live acts,
will be presented; also the Chro
nothatiatoletror and music. The Ora
torical contest will be Tuesday night
following. We hope this will be oue of
the best entertainments we have ever
We are sort v to note the absence of
tho Misses Home from school, on
account of the illness of Miss Jessie,
who has tvphoid fever; also Miss
Laura Smith, the H ERLD's"Brunette,"
has been absent from school the past
two weeks. Wo hope they may soon
be restored to their usual health.'
We are sorry to r"p -rt Miss Lou
Maxwell no better, hut continually
Rev. M. E. Gabard was at Farming
ton last week.
The Second Annual Convention of
the Itichland I'resbyterial C. K. Union
will be held at (jlleiinwood on Saturday
before the 5th Sabbath in this month.
Quite a number are expected to attend
from this community. Kverv Kndeavor
Society in the county is invited to send
at least two delegates. Individuals of
McCain's and Clennwood congregations
have subscribed 00 for the Cum
berland Presbyterian Orphans' Home
at Columbia. We hope the requisite
amount, 10,000, will he raised, as such
au institution in our midst would he an
honor to the people and a blessing to
Mr. M. J. Krwin and wife and Prof.
W. I). Scott and sister Miss Florence
attended the Sunday-School Conven
tion at Santa Fe last week.
Capt. J. H. Fussell addressed the peo
ple of .VcCain's Sunday morning in the
interest of the Orphan's Home. We
are always glau to have him with us.
The school was favored by an ex
cellent lecture by Dr. M K. (i a bird last
Monday morning, which was ap
preciated. Miss Florence Scott Is now in Nash
ville at the bedside of her aunt, wiio is
very sick. Omeua.
KOU HE II THE GRAVE.
A startling incident of which Mr.
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition
My bkin was almost yeilow, eyes sun
ken, tongue coated, pain continually in
the back and sides, no appetite gradu
ally growing weaker day by day. Three
physicians had given me up. Fortu
nately, a friend advised trying 'Elec
tric Hitters,' and to my great joy and
surprise, the lirst bottle made a decided
improvement. I continued their use
for three weeks, and am now a well
man. I know they, saved my life and
robbed the grave of another victim." No
one should fail to try them. Only 50c
per bottle at Woldridge & Irvine's drug
store. Id 1une4 ly
It ROAD VIEW.
Broadview, May 1(1. Prof. McKis
sick carried his school tishing Satur
day. There were several of the neigh
borhood boys and girls in attendance
They caught some tisli and had a good
time. 1 wish t thank the young gen
tlemen for the nice fish they sent me.
I certainly appreciated them ery
Mfss Jessie Home, who was attend
ing school at McCain's, came home last
week, and is very low with typhoid
Miss Annie Stockard is alsoquitesick
witli malarial fever. Hope they both
will soon recover.
Mr. Tom Wilsford and family visited
relatives near Huford's StaMon' the tlrst
of the week.
There will be an Kndeavor rally at
Glen nwood Saturday, before the 'fifth
Sunday in this mouth.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dugger and daugh
ter, Hessie, and Messrs. Robert Thur
inau and Miles Murphy atteuded Klder
A.S. Derry berry s meeting in Colum
Miss Florence Richardson, of Law
renceburg, is visitiug her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Galloway went
over to McCains recently to see her sis
ter, Mrs Dave Dugger.
M iss Ada Dugger closed her school
M's. Frank Met Jaw; of your city, is at
her daughter's, Mrs. Carrie Stockard s.
Rev. Mr. Powers was able to be at
Southport the second Sunday.
Miss Laura Smith has been quite
sick for the past week, but is better at
this writing. Hiujnettk
The Cuban question and political is.
sues sink into insignificance with the
man who suffers from piles What he
most desires, is relief. DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve cures piles. A. H.
Jameson, May lii. "Time
wait tor no one." This Is an
true Hil.ige. I am so delinquent with
my items that I lind many weeks have
intervened since my last commnnica'
Mrs. M J. Burnett spent last week
with Nashville friends.
Mrs. s. Duncan and son Porter spent
last week with .Mrs. Will Heal, or Car
Mrs. A. E. McMeeti and Mrs. J. W.
Burnett will attend the District Mis
sionary Conference this wpek.
Miss Li'iian Garv is quite sick at
M r. Mort McMeen has also been sick
News reached here to-day that Mr.
Starkey Duncan, of California, has en
listed in the army, and is now on his
way to Manila.
Mrs. J. II Porter and Mina Ellie Mai
visited relatives at this place last week.
Mrs. S. B. Nichols and Mrs. Wash
Russell visited the family of Mrs. S. S.
Miss Cammio Alexander, while out
riding last week, happened to quite a
painful but not serious accident, by
falling from her horse.
Children's Dsy will be observed at
Pope's Chapel the fifth Sunday morn
It 1 . M A It K A Itl.K It K SC I K.
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainlield, 111.
makes the statement that she caught
cold, which settled on tier lungs; she
was treated for a month by her familv
physician, but grew worse. He told her
she was a hopeless victim ot consump
tion and that no medicine could cure
her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption; she
bought a bottle, and to herdelight found
herself benefitted from lirst dose. She
continued it use and after taking six
bottles, found herself sound and well
now does her own housework, and is as
well as she ever was. Free trial bottles
of this great discovery at Woldridge V
Irvinesdrug store. Large bottles nOe
and $1.00. juiGlyth)
Hampshire, May lt. As our corres
pondent from this place does not write
every week, we will send in tho news
we have gathered for the dear old Her
ald, which is a welcome visitor at our
home every week.
Hev. 1'.. A. Stella tilled his regUiar ap
pointnient atthi place last Lord s Day
Miss Bulah Brooks, who has been se
rioiisly ill for several weeks, we are
glad to report as convalescent.
War is the topic of the day.
Mrs. J. B. Brooks has returned home
after a protracted visit to friends and
relatives in Texas.
The Epworth league entertainment
wss a decided sueoe-s.
Mrs. Joe E. Akin is visiting folks at
home at this writing.
Miss Mary Russell has returned to
her home at Bon Aqua, after a pleasant
visit to rrienns nere.
Mr. N. K. Watkins, of Clifton, passed
through here en route to Santa Fe, Sat
urday. He has msde several visits to
this place and has many friends here.
It was with great jaiii we learned of
the death of Mrs. W atsoti, ot your city.
To the bereaved ones we extend our
on last Sunday morning, at the home
of the bride's father, Mr. Elbert Rusne,
of Waxahatchie, Texas, and Miss Annie
Rains, of this place, were joined togeth
er in the holy bonds of wedlock. Rev.
E. A. Stella "otlleiating. The marriage
was a quiet affair, only a few friends
being present Mr. Riisoe is au intel
ligent young man, and has won for his
bride a sweet and beautiful young lady,
who is the center of a largo circle of
friends. Mav their lives be one of ueace
and pleasure, with just enough clouds
10 maKe a glorious sun-set.
I will cl'.se, promising to come again
if this escapes the waste-basket.
Camp Branch. May 1(!. The health
of the neighborhood is very good at
Miss rarrie .soles is up again, after a
severe altack of pneumonia.
Miss Misie Aiah, ot Hampshire, vis-
ited her sister, Mrs. J. M. Johnson, last
Mrs. Alice Grillin is visiting in your
citv at this writing.
1 he ' II era Li) s Joe paid us a wel
come visit since our last.
Miss Annie Rains and Mr. Elbert
Rusau were united in marriage at the
bride's home near Hampshire last Sun
day morning, by Rev. Mr. Stella. We
wish for them a happy Journey through
Hro. R. T. Sisco will preach for the
Beach Hill congregation the 5th Lord's
Day in May, at 11 o'clock a. m, and
w ill also bo with us again the second
Lord's Day in June at 11 o clock a. m.
Rev. Stella failed to till his appoint
ment at Pisgah last Sunday, but Rev.
W. Grimes tilled his place.
Mr. J. T. Morton returned ti his
home in Perry county last week, after a
few day's stay with relatives here.
Mrs. liettie Gibbons returned with him.
We are sorrv to report that Mr. R. J.
Kail's injured leg is no better.
with best wishes to the Herald, 1
am as ever, Heutiia.
Hurricane, Mav 17. Mrs. B. F. Hay
wood is visiting her mother, who is very
sick, near Timmons.
II. A. Wright, sold a flock of sheep n
Alexander A Yaughan last week.
R. W. Thomas Is having a well bored
on his premises, near here
II. c. Link and son Kaiph were visi
ting in the community the first of the
Mrs. B. s. Thomas has been sick for
I stated in last week's edition of the
Herald that the concerts at close of
school would be on the Kith and 20th.
wish to correct It, and say that the
entertainment will be Wednesday and
i nursuay nights, way za ana .
'Continued to Seventh Patre
State Convention to l Hntd In Nashville,
July 7, 181)8.
The Prohibition State Convention
wHl meet in Nashville July 7. The
following notice has been issued:
"The Prohibitionists of the State of
Tennessee are hereby called to meet in
mass convention in the capitol build
ing in Nashville, on July 7th, at 10 a. m.,
for the purpose of choosing a State Cen
tral Committee, adopting a platform of
principles, nominating a candidate for
overuorot Tennessee, and transacting
any other busines that may properly be
Drought neiore the convention.
"All persons who believe the liquor
tratnc ought to be prohibited by law and
are willing to cooperate with the Pro
hibition part-in its efforts to accomp
lish the same are ePgible as delegates
and are invited to be present and take
part in the work of the convention.
'Delegates can secure cheap railroad
rates from all points in the State on ac
count of the Christian Endeavor Con
vention, which will be in session in
Nashville at the same time.
"Samuel Dickie, the Chairman of the
National Prohibition Committee, is ex
pected to be present, and a number of
others who have a national reputation
will also be present and will be invited
to address the convention.
"James a. Tate, Ch'm. Pro. Com.
"Geo. W. Armistead, Secretary.
"Fayetteville, Tenu., May 14, lHiiS.''
For Circuit Judge.
We are authorized to announce I). W.
Brovles. of Hardin County., h a candidate
forjudge of t lie Judicial circuit composed
of Maury. Lawrence, Giles, Lewis, Wayne
and Hardin counties, subject to the action
of the Democratic, party. Flection In Au
gust to till out the unexpired term or Judge
We are authorized to announce Koht. K.
Williams as a candidate for Judge of the
Judicial Circuit composed of Maury,
Lawrence, Giles, Lewis. Wa.Mieand Hardin
counties, subject to liieaction of the Demo
cratic partv. Klection in August to till out
ine unexpired lerm oi judge rauersoii.
We are authorized to announce Mr. G. N.
Mc Keiinon. Sr., of the Tenth District, as a
candidate for I ruslee of Maury County,
subject lothewillof the people, at the en
suing August election.
We are authorized to announce .1. H.
Granberyasa candidate for re-eletlon to
the otllce of Trustee of Maury County. Huh-
"Ct to the will of the people lit the August
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wil
"n It. liolihliiK, of C.'lutnhla. us a candi
date for Trustee of Maury County, at the
ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce H. H.
Lndd of the l:lt ii district, as a candidate for
sheriff at the ensulns August election, sub-J-ct
to the will of the people.
We are authorized to announce Mr. .1. A.
( Dock) Crowe, as a candidate for Sheriff of
Maury County, at the ensuing August elec
tion. We are authorized to announce Mr. Love
Webh. the present Sheriff of Maury County,
as a candidate for re-election for t lie second
term, at the ensuing August election.
For County Court Clerk.
V r" authorized to announce Mora H.
Fariss as a candidate fur County Court
Clerk of Maury County at the ensuing Au
We are authorized to announce Mr. Lu
ther Thomas, of the Fifth Pistrict. as a can
didate for County Court Clerk of Maury
County, at theeusoinu August election.
We are authorized to announce J. Frank
Wiley, of Columbia, a n candidate for re
election to the olllcenf County Court Clerk,
at the ensuing August el ciion.
For Circuit Court Clerk.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Wil
Inrtl l Worley, of the Sixteen! h Idslrlcl. an
a candidate for circuit Court Clerk of Mau
ry County, subject to the will of the people
at the ensuing August election.
We are aul horized to announce M r. Wats
F. Knihry. of Columbia, as a candidate for
Circuit Court Clerk of Maury County, at
the ensuing August election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. Hub
ert Foster, of t he Fourteenth cistrict, a a
canrtidale for lteitisier. Mib.lect to the will
of the people ai the August election, lW.
We are authorized to announce Kcgistar
w . H Mvkennoii a a cmidMliite for re-elec
tion to the otllce of HegiHter of Maury
i ounty, at ine ensuing Augum election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. P. L
DerrylxTry, uf ihe Twenty-third lhstrict
as a candidate for Register, at the ensuing
Our stock of these iroods is complete as
to quality and price. We buy in large
quantities and can sell you a better Buggy
for the money than you can buy elsewhere.
Wagon like above cut, side spring, only $25.00. We have them J
as high as $05 00.
$37.50 to $105.00. If you want
From $00.00 to $175.00. AllgraaYs and kinds.
gate of the
One of the many im
provements to be
had only on the Cap
ital. If you want the
best wajron ever of
fered on this market
buy only the Capital
lirown Double Shovel Plows, 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.
CITIZENS TELEPHONE TJ i
tlio bet, buy ouly the Kautl'man.
treet Si Co.