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THE COLUMBIA JIEttALD: Fill DAY, JUNE 10
II 110 A I VIEW.
Rkoahvikw, June ".This commu
nity is deeply grieved over tl e death of
one of its sweet young ladies, Miss
Jessie Home, who departed this life at
1(1:4.") o'clock Friday evening, .June;!,
18SI.H. She had heen ill for sometime,
hut her am hi t ion would not permit her
to stop school and take the needed rest,
and live weeks ago, she fell a victim to
typhoid fever. She had every care, the
liest medical aid and loving friends
watched faithfully over her, hut it was
the Lord's will that she should he taken
"Oh, cast thy every care on Him,
Thou weary, burdened one;
And raise to heaven the trusting prayer,
Thy will, not mine, he done."
Jessie was 20 years old. She professed
religion eight years ago, and was a con
sistent member of the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church at (ilenwood.
Kev. Si. K. (-inlmrd, her pastor, con
ducted the funeral services at (len
wood Suuday at 8 a. in., speaking words
of warning, encouragement and conso
lation to tiie friends and mourning rela
tives. After the services they pro
ceeded to beautiful Hose Hill Cemetery,
where her remains were laid to rest
Her father, mother and three sisters,
and a host of warm friends are left up
on the shores of time to deeply mourn
the loss of an obedient daughter, kind
and affectionate sister, and a cheerful
and genial associate. As a shoolmate
and friend of Jessie, we express our
heart-felt sympathy to the bereaved
One more chair is vacant,
One more sister is gone;
One more thought impresses us,
Uod is calling us home one by one.
Miss Lizzie Murphy, who has been
attending the Ribie School at Nash
ville, returned home last week, much
to the delight of her many friends.
Mrs. Florence Segraves went over to
Stiversville the first of the week to see
her brother-in-law, Mr. Hunt Dugger,
who is quite sick.
Miss Vivian Harris, of Hethel, is
visiting at her sister's, Mrs. Sallie Oar
rett. Mr. R. H. Atkeison is on a visit to his
father at Westmoreland, Sumner
Mr. Smith Dalton and family, of
Theta, are here. Mr. Dalton is attend
ing to the store during Mr. Atkeison's
Mr. 1). Hubbell is speuding this week
Farmers are busy now plowing corn,
cutting clover, and in a few days will
commence cutting wheat.
present writing, and gardens are begin
ning to assume parched look.
Dr. Williamson came out recently
and amputated two toes from the foot
of a colored hoy, who had the misfor
tune to get them caught between the
cogs of a well machine while in opera
tion at the farm of Mr. K. I'. Roberts at
Godwin. The hoy is recovering.
U. Coggin is in charge of a squad of
workingmen on the railroad now.
Miss Maud Coggin is absent on a visit
to her grand parents at Campbells' at
Mr. David Crawford is visiting the
mi'.jiiy or iu v m. seuoerry.
James Nedherry and family, of
Thompson's, also visited his parental
nome last week.
Rro. A. H. Derrvberrv oreached an
Interesting and instructive discourse
on the "Communion" to the conureira-
tion at Phiilioni Nonilav. Next Sun
day, the 12th, at New Hope, he will
speak upon the subject of "heart-Melt
"Contributor" went squirrel hunting
recently and killed 4 squirrels. She is
"hunter" herself, but sometimes she
misses the mark. Contkibutou.
We offer one hundred dollars reward for
any case of Cntarrh t hat can not bo cured
by Unit's Catarrh Cure.
K. J. C1I KN KY A CO., Props.. Toledo. 0.
We the undersiL'iied, have known F. J
Cheney for 1 ho last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially aide to carry
our any oniittations made by uieir nnn.
West A Truax, Whoh-salo Druggist, To
Waldiug, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
DriltfL'tsts. Toledo. Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
Acting directly upon the blood and mucous
wurfaoes of the system. Price 75 cents per
twit Me. Sold by nil Drmrgisis. Testiino
Glials free. Hall's Family l'illsare the best
Hkn, June (. We are forcibly re
minded that June is the "month of
Mowers." A blind person, wandering
aimlessly in the open air, would know
from the sweet scents and Joyous songs
of summer birds that June had ushered
in its train of Mowers, and the eye that
delights in perfect forms of beauty may
inner ionir and nil the soui wtin ie
lite h t when June roses are in full
Misses Josio and Jennie, Strayhorn,
of Columbia, were the guests of Miss
Husili Klla Kstes several day s recently
Mrs. W. A. Rinns and children, of
Nashville, are visiting their parents
and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Linck. at this writinir.
Mrs. Henrv Linck Ralph and Victor
Linck, Irene Hicks, J. II HolTman, and
Mrs. W. C. Joyce, have been on the sick
list, hut we are glad to report all better
Mr. Kate Voss and two children, Inez
and Herbert, visited in this vicinity re
Miss Dollie Rrntrg visited friends at
Mt. Nebo last week.
The song of the reapers has been dis
tinctly heard around our little Ren.
guaranteed to cure.
DA UK'S MILL.
Dark's Mill. June 5. Mrs. W. O.
Gordon is visiting her daughter,- Mrs
W. Jones, of the Friersou neighborhood.
Hro. John Trimble will preach in the
school-house at this place the second
Lord's day in this month at 11 o'clock.
Mrs. Dr. W. Irvine, who had the mis
fortune to get her arm broken, is get
ting along nicely.
Miss Eugenia Mahon visited Miss
Stella Irvine last week.
We had the pleasure of meeting sister
"Verna Villiers," last week in your city.
visit to relatives near this place, has
returned to her home near Nashville.
on last Thursday evening at four
o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. I'aris
McMecn, Mr. Reu R. Mobley was
united in marriage to Mrs. 'sackie
Rarnes, widow of the late Ma). Karnes,
of Nashville. Mr. Moblev was late in
his matrimonial venture, having puss
ed his fifty-sixth mile stone; yet he is
one of nature's noblemen, ami we wish
for him and his worthy bride much
happiness in their new relations.
'I here have been quite an influx of
visitors to our town, among whom
were, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. (iarduer of
Newborn. Mrs. J. O. Walker and Oren
Jones of Little Lot, Mr. and Mrs. Har
ville of (Vnueville, the Mis-es Raker of
Catbey's ( 'reek, and M isses Fannie Mav
Garner, Carrie Walker and Ora Mays
Miss Vivienne Harrington had a very
delightful visit with Williamsport
friends last week, and attended com
mencement at Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Willie N. Robbett has Just re
turned from several month's stay with
her sister, Mrs. Woody, at Mc.Ken7.ie.
Mrs. Sallie M. Erwiii is with the fam
ily of K. C. McFJwen, in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Reaslev,o' Leiper's
Fork, ppent last week with the home
Mrs. Dr. Walters is absent now visit
ing her father's family near Sheihy
ville. Walton Anderson and Lonnio Walker
have returned from Knoxville, where
they have been attending school.
One minute is not long, yet relief h
obtained in half that time by the use o
One Minute Cough Cure. It prevent
consumption and quickly cures colds,
croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la gr'ppe
and all throat ana lung irouoies. j. iv
IKON Ml I DUE.
Iuon RuiTHiK, June fi. The county
liands greatly diminished Hargrove's
hill last week, much to the advantage
Misses Joe and Olivia Foster, of Car
ter's Creek, visited Mr. S. M. Jones'
family last week, and attended the lec
ture at Rock Spring.
Mesdames Jackson and Stewart re
turned to their home in Williamson
county last Tuesday, after visiting
relatives in this and adjoining vicinity.
Mr. W. H. Williams visited Mrs. Me
Klssack. on Quality Creek, Saturday
and Sunday last.
Mrs. Amanda Dooley and children, of
Andrews, accompanied Mr. K. S.
Dooley to the convention at l'ulaski
No, "Inquirer," we are not a cor
respondent for any county paper, ex
cept occasionally ' when we write for
the Herai.h. Omnia Vkiutas.
HII Kl'MATIOI '!' llKII IN A DAY.
"Mvstic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days.
Us action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterious. "It removes at once
the cause and ihe disease immediately
disappears. The first dose greatly bene
fits; 7.') cents. Sold by A. R. Rains, drug
gist, Columbia, Tenii. octla mu
Mvn.K Mot' NT, June 6 We have
been quite bur-v for the past few weeks,
and consequently we have been unable
to pen anything f'r the Hkkaip.
Since our last letter, quite a number
of nice fatted lambs have been shipped
from Godwin, though the number of
shipments has not been equal to last
year's. Mr. C. Godwin shipped one car
of stock from Godwin Saturday; also J.
H Thomas some stock last Saturday.
The unusallv early ripening of the
wheat crop this season has forced some
of the farmers out into the harvest
Held already; but we hear the yield of
wheat will not be as great as last year s
crop, and the potato crop will be very
short, owing to the dry season.
Vegetation need rain badly at the
CUBAN OIL cures
Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
Sold by A. A. RAINS, Columbia, Tenn.
Park's Station, June 7. This beauti
ful morning we will spend a short time
in writing a little for the Hkralp, al
though news seems to be entire a thing
of the past. We feel it a pleasant duty
to represent our little community.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hardison, of Har
dison'B Mill, were visiting the home of
Mr. N. P. Cheek last week.
Mr. William Craig and wife, of Obion
county, are attending the bPdside of
Mr. Craig's brother, Mr. S. ,S. Craig,
who is hut little improved.
Mr. Krnest White, we are sorry to
state, is on the sick list this week.
Little Miss Hightower, of Culleoka,
sp'jnt t everal days recently with Mr.
and Mrs. David Hooten.
Wheat and oats will be harvested in a
few days. Most of the wheat in this
section is suffering from rust. Oats are
very fair, considering the dry weather.
Mrs. Margarett Howard, of your city,
visited relatives in this neighborhood
not long since.
SuccesstotheIlERAi.il and its host
of readers. Thklma.
"One Minute Cough Cure is tho best
preparation I have ever sold or used and
1 can't say too much in its praise." L.
M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. A. R.
A woman's headaches may come from
several causes. She may have a head
ache arising from nervousness, or from
digestive disturbances. Nine case in
ten, her headaches come from disorders
peculiar to her sex. It may show it
self in the symptons which are charac
teristic of a dozen disorders. Thousands
of times, women have tieen treated for
the wrong disorders. Dr. Pierce's Fav
orite Prescription was compounded fur
the sole purpose of relieving woman
kind of these ills and pains. Thousand
of women have testified that after tak
ing treatment from several physieiai s
without benetit, the "Favorite Prescrip
tion" cured them completely and quick
ly. It has been used for over thirty
ears, and has an unbroken record of
success. The woman who hesitates is
invited to send 21 one-cent stamps to
cover only the cost of mailing a copy of
Doctor fierce s Common Sense Medical
Adviser, which contains plain, clear in
formation about all of tne organs ot the
human body and their functions.
Union, June 6. I will endeavor to
Jot down what few items I have gath
The farmers are cutting wheat in
this section of the country.
Mr. John L. Godwin is still indis
posed with fever.
Messrs. (Jeorge Petty and Clarence
Godwin have been chilling.
Mr. John Walker and little daughter,
Lillian, of Nashville, are visiting rela
tives in this neighborhood.
Mr. CM. Petty ami family have re
turned home after a two week's stay.
Mr. J. A. Huehers ui, wife and sister,
Miss Maude, visited Mr. W. J. Nichols
the latter part of last week.
The school that was conducted by
Prof. J. M. Fitzgerald closed Friday
night, with a very large crowd in at
tendance. Rev. Tom Jarra't failed to till Rro,
The good people of this community
have prayer services every Sunday
Rev. Mr. Dale has changed his np.
point ment from the second Sunday
evening to the fourth.
Well, dear editor, as I have been sick,
1 hope you will excuse me for not writ
ing sooner, Lko.
Rryant Station, June (i. News is
scarce in this part of the county, but I
will try to collect my few scattered
thoughts and give you what news I
Rro. Massey, onr pastor, preached an
able sermon to his congregation Sun
day. He has also made the rounds of
his four charges in having children
services, and he said Flowers could
have the blue ribbon. We feel proud
of our children and all who took part in
Mrs. t(M. C. Ronton spent a few divs
last week with li. Y. Roaty, of Silver
Mrs. Joe Agnew has returned homo,
having spent last week with friends
and relatives at Columbia and Pleasant
Mount. Mr. Agnew has been attend
Mrs. W. N. Garrett is still on the sick
The farmers and everybody else are
needing rain badly in this section of
the country. Gardens are just drying
up for the want of rains.
Mtssrs. W. O Freeland and H. F. Ag
new own a $!KK) thresher, but we think
they want a bigger thing than that.
lumbia. Mr. Stephens and family are
visiting in Columbia. Mr. Graham will
spend the vacation at his home in Vir
ginia. Her many friends in this community
w re saddened to hear of the death of
Mrs. W. J. Friersou. During her stay
of several years in our village, she en
deared hei self to all with whom she
came in contact, by her sweet woman
liness and geutio Christian bearing
toward everyone. We deeply sympa
thize witli Rro. Friers' n in ' his' great
grief, but we know his ('"inf'irter will
not fail to help him bear tho burden of
sorrow, (iod knows all, and will not
forget his faithful minister in this
hour of sore need.
Mrs. Jerry and Mrs Jack Howell
have felt grief's bitterest pangs in the
death of t heir mot her. We cannot un
derstand the mysterious inovings of
Providence, but He doeth all things for
the best. We can only trust Him
and submit, feeling all is well.
Miss Neelev Abernathv has been
quite ill with catarrhal bronchitis, but
is con vaiesceut.
News came to-dav of the serious ill
ness of Miss Mabel Wilkes, she is
isiting her aunt, Mrs. Jones, at Frank
Mrs. M. R. Smiscr and Miss Charlotte
attended the commencement exercises
at Mt. Pleasant last week. Mrs. Smiser
has been quite sick since her return
Mrs. William Pratt and children, Miss
Margaret and Master Phil, came out
from Kansas City Wednesday to spend
a few weeks at Mr. P. Rell's.
Miss Lillian Love is visiting Mrs. llo-
mine, in l'ulaski.
R. F. Taylor went up to Nashville
Monday afternoon to bid his brother
Krle g(iod bye, before Erie goes to the
Philippines. Oh! the cruel war!
Miss irgiuia lomiinson is at home
again. She believes she will resist the
temptation to return to Funis, Texas,
again, although the position is urged
Mr. Tom Rrandon, of Texas, was here
Monday night, the; guest of Miss IC.
The Culleoka Heading Club mot Sat
urday afternoon, and elected the fol
lowing ollicers for the ensuing year;
President, J. P. Graham; Nice-Presi
dent, M R. Smiscr; Secretary and
treasurer, Miss ulabie Taylor ; execu
tive Commttiee, R. A. Wilkes, Miss
Dora Evins, and W. D. Love; Librarian,
Miss Mattie Tomlinson ; Assistant Li
brarian, Miss K. Henderson.
The people are requested to remem
ber that Rev. Rrown will preach at the
Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon,
lie is a man of deep thought and piety,
and the people here enjoy his sermons.
Mrs. J. Iv. Johnson and children are
visiting at C S. Williamson's.
Miss Ora Perry, of Campbell's Sta
tion, and Miss Georgie Taylor wore
visiting relatives here Saturday and
Mr. Fayette Tomlinson leads the
style in buggies, just having bought
him a beautiful rubber-tired vehicle.
Quite a number of our young people
attended an informal reception at Mr.
Hrnce White's last Monday night,
given in honor of Mr. Oakley and Mr.
Miss Rrownie Tomlinson will attend
the Annual Tennessee Fpworth League
Conference at Spriuglield this week.
S. E. Parker. Sharon, Wis., writes:
"I have tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve for itching piles and it always
stops them in two minutes. I consider
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve the great
est pile cure on the market." A. R. Rains.
Shady Grovk, J uuefi. Several week's
have elapsed since our town was repre
sented in your paper, during which
time many scenes have shifted ami
changed on the canvas of time. Some
fragile barques have been launched
upon the occhii of life, some have em
barked upon the matrimonial sea, and
while some are hovering on the border
land ot eternity, for others the gates of
death have swung wide open and they
have passed through to try the realities
of another world.
It is with much regret that the many
friends of Mrs. Sallie Nichols Woody
learn of her dangerous and perhaps
fatal illness at her home at Jones' Val
lev. Mrs. Rettie McDonald Ortoti passe. 1
away at her home at RlutT Point, ami
the interment took place at "Old Well"'
Cemetery, with services at the grave
by J no. D. Evans. This making the
fourth time he has similarly ollioiated
in this family.
Mr. Jno. Kastiand died last Tuesday
and was buried in the Dunlap church
yard the follw ing day.
A very interesting Children's Day
service was held here last Sunday
evening. Tho program was too lengthy
to give, but especially worthy of men
tion were the recitations by Miss Mary
Lou Anderson, "Who Rids for Chil
dren?" ard "Thv Kingdom Come," by
Miss Cosey Anderson Two songs
"The Herald Pinion." and "Diamonds
in the rough" by Kugene Haniugton,
soprano, and John Dun, bass. Miss
Mollie Reeves read an original essay on
"The Evils of Intoxicants," and 'Mr.
F.en Smith recited "top Putting
Them In," both of which wee ex
cept ionaily good. MissVivienue Har
rington and John Anderson sang, "We
Ne'er Again May Pass This Way,"
which was much appreciated by all
who love a good song.
Mrs. H. R. Nichols, after a pleasant
CloKing i;xt-r isf'K of linnet horn, Held
Last Friday Night.
Spring Hill, June (i. Rosethrop
School rounded up its year's work last
Friday night in a bright haloof success,
The rendering of the programme by the
little folks was en loved by an over
crowded house. The exercises con
sisted of humorous and patriotic recita-
uoiis, noiij;s nun iiiumi;. i in- iij
song, "Kissing Papa t hrough the lele
phone," was sweetly sung by Dell
Ruchanan and Pauline Martin. "The
Garland of Roses," gathered from Rose
thorpe, was recited bv five girls Zella
Wilkes, Ressie Oi man, Nora McMalion
I la Witt, Annie Ranks and Cloy Ruelv
anan. The musical programme was
rendered by Cloy Harris Ruchanan
Zella Kwing Wilkes, Pauline Martin
Dell Ruchanan, Renie Alexander and
Misses Orman. Selections from the
masters were executed.
Part second was " Mother Goose's Re.
ceptioii," by tho entire school, Miss
Ophelia Hardin representing Mother
Goose. The characters were gowned in
quaint and pretty costumes, which pre
sented a lovely view in the songs, drill
march and dialogue.
A chorus "Hush-a-bye," closed the
A NAKKOVY KSCAPK.
Thankful words written bv Mrs. Ada
E. Hart, of Groton, S.I). "Was taken
with a bad cold which settled on my
lungs: cough set in ana finally termin
ated in consumption. Fourdoctors gave
me up, saying I could live but a short
time. I gave myself up to my Savior,
determined if I could not stay with my
rneuas on earth, l would meet my an
sent ones above. My husband was ad
vised to get Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds.
gave it. a trial, took in all eight bottles
It has cured me, and thank Mod 1 am
saved and now a well and healthy
woman." Trial bottles free at Woldridge
V Irvine's drugstore. Regular size fide
and$l.nii. Guaranteed orttrice refunded
HKLIKF IN SIX HOCKS.
Distressing kidney and bladder dis
ease relieved in six hours by "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great surprisT on account of its
exceeding promptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. Relieves retention of water
almost immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold
bv A. R. Rains, druggist, Columbia,
' ' ' VI J r . . r r r .n.
Enterprise, June fi. Nothing else
would interest mo more than to give in
what little news I have gathered for the
dear and only 11 ekald.
We are glad to say that Rev. W. 1
Powers, after a long spell of typhoid
fever, w as able to till his' appointment
at this place yesterday evening.
There will he preaching at this place
next Sunday evening by Rev. Dixon, at
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holt, of Quality
Creek, visited Mrs, Nelson, wnu has
be.' u t-ick for several days.
Mr. Robt. Howell, of Culleoka, was
with his cousin, Mr. Frank Morrow, for
several d lys last week.
Miss Emma Nelson is on the sick lit.
Hope she will soon recover.
Mr. Joe Logue, of Dry Creek, and Miss
Jennie Lindsey, of tli'is neighborhood,
w ere married iast Sunday evening at 2
o'clock. Mr. Logue has' won a noble
young lady for his bride, and Miss Jen
nie has won one of Dry Creek's most
promising young men. We wish them
much happiness and prosperity through
Rain is needed very badly in this
community. Corn and potatoes are
looking very weil. Wheat is ripening
fast. Tip Top.
Cri.i.KoK A, Juno 7. Our schools have
all closed for the summer vacation
The Graded School closed May Z
with a most entertaining program
bv the pupils. It was new and inter
esting throughout, anil showed the
marked ah, lay of tne teachers to train
and the pupils to learn. Probably the
justjovm being in the new school
house inspired them anew. After the
entertainment, the ladies served ices,
and vre fortunate enough to clear
On last Friday night the Debating
Society of the rulleok Academy had
an interesting debate a few reci(tioiM
and debates in a I liti 'U. T 1 1 question,
"Resolved, that the Cnite l Slates was
justifiable in waging war with Spain,"
was ably discussed, and the judges de
cide! iii fav r of the negative. The
members "f the society show marked
improvement in their work, and show
that their society is a great help to
The school at l!oekdale closed Friday.
Mr. T. N. Stephens gave general satis
faction, as did all the teachers in our
t own in I c .in minify. As yet w be
lieve no eh ctio ii of teachers has taken
place, but suppose the same parties will
have charge again.
Mr. Kennedy is isiting relatives in
Cornersvilie and will not return to his
home in Fast Tenn. until after the
Christian Endeavor Convention. Mis
Reecher has gone to her home in Co-
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. R.
Crankoud Hom.ow, June 7. Once
more 1 lind myself trying to write the
news in and around this place, although
it is quite scarce this week.
We are glad to state that Mrs. W. A.
Atkeison is improving, after a severe
spell of rheumatism.
Mrs. Sam Hayes' children celebrated
her sixty-fifth birthday last Thursday.
She was the recipient of many hand
Miss Annie Edwards, of Nashville, is
visaing her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
W. U. Atkeison.
Mrs. W. W.Johnson and Mrs. Peggie
Dyer, from near Columbia, were visit
ing relatives here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge and Mrs. W. J
Craig spent a few days last week with
relatives near Leftwich.
There were several from this place
who attended the singing at Anticch,
and report a nice time and plenty to
eat, which, of course, was enjoyed by
1 will close, with best wishes to all.
(Continued to Seventh Pace.)
S. M. (iearv, Pierson, Mich., writes:
"DeWitt's Witch Haze! Salve is curius
more piles here t -day than ail other
remedies combined. It cures eczema
mid all other skia diseases." A. R.
Dtieaies ot tbe Blood anil Nerve.
No one need sutler with neuralgia. This
disease is quickly and porininently cured
by Browns' Iron Iiiturs. Every disf-nse of
the blood, nerves and stomach, chronic
or otherwise, mice'i'nbs to Rrewns' Iron
Kilters. Known and ust'd for nearly a
quarter of a century, it stands to-day fiire
noit amnncr our ni't valued remedies.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealen.
In cans and pails.
Oil Cans and Oilers.
Gum and Leather Belts.
Gum Packing i Lace Leather.
We are the pioneers on
and keep only the best.
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Citizens' Telephone No. 8.
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priuting lo the