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TIIK "OLl'MJSLA HKHALIl: Kit! DAY, JUNE IT.
AT 5()c. A few dozen pairs odd
lots, Tan and Black Oxfords,
sizes 2 J to 6. Last season's prices
were "fi.25 to .f.2.00. Your
choice of these
AT 98c. Ladies' Dongola Kid
Oxfords, Patent Leather Coin
Tip, real value .$1.50. Choice
Tan and Black, at
AT $1 25. Ladies' Black Kid l rtf?
Oxfords, worth $2.00, at
inr imntlij i
Watkr Vam.ky. June 12. While the
gentle rain U falling we will write a
few items for the IIgrami,
There were services at the Methodist
church this morning, conducted hv
Rev. Bingham. Hro. Dale will preach
at the Union church this afternoon.
Laying-hy corn and cutting wheat
is the order of the day now among our
Mr. T. C. Harris' new dwelling la
Misses Willie Booker and Kvie Pigg
spent last week with Franklin friends.
They report a splendid time.
Misses Annie Kinzer, Lura Oakley
and Kstell Tietsinger, have returned
home from Franklin, where they have
been attending school. Their many
friends are glad to have them at home
Mrs. W. T. Harris, of Williamsport,
was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Hobt.
Pigg, for a few days recently.
Miss Lettie Williams visited Mrs.
Arch Moore, of Williamsport, recently.
Mr. J. T. Fleming, Jr., of Goshen,
was with friends here last week.
Miss Roxie Johnson was the guest of
her hrother, Robert Lee Johnson, of
Snow Creek, not long since.
Mrs. L. Williams visited relaMves
near Williamsport the latter part of
Miss Kmma Kinzer whs the truest of
Miss Annie Jones, of Santa Fe, for a
few days recently.
Mrs. Lizzie Kinzer, who has heen
sick for some time, was able to attend
Miss Mattie Dodson visited relatives
on Snow Creek last week. Okkhtka.
We offer one hundred dollars reward for
any case of Catarrh that cuu not be cured
by Hull's Catarrh Cure.
V. J. I'll KN K Y A CO.. Props., Toledo. O.
We the undersigned, have known K. J
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their firm.
WestTruax, Wholesale Druggist, To
Walding, Kinnan A Marvin. Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the svstcin. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Hold by all Druggists. Testimo
nials free, Hall's Family Pillsaru the best
Jamkson, June 12. The school at
Heech tJrove closed last Tuesday morn
ing. (Juite a nice program was ren
dered, and every one seemed to enjoy it
The 11. G. G's , will meet with the
Misses Foster the 21th Inst.
Mr. Marvin Gray, of Nashville, visited
in the neighborhood since my last.
Mrs. Dr. Shannon and children, of
Franklin, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.
It. Porter at present.
Mr. Finis McKay, of Texas, after an
absence of nine or ten years, U now on
a visit to relatives and friends.
Mr. Miller Jameson, of Nashville,
visited home people recently.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McMeen and chil
dren and Mrs. A. H. McMeen are visit
ing friends at Merlin this week.
Master Spencer Grav spent last week
with Mrs. Will Heal, of Carter's Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hurnett, of Nash
ville, are visiting Mrs. M. J. Burnett
Miss Annie Lou McKay, of Spring
Hill, is now visiting the family of Mr.
O. II. McKay. Fairy.
One minute is not long, yet relief Is
obtained in half that time by the 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.
Mallard, June 13. To night finds
me trying to scribble a few lines for the
dear old 11 krald.
The health of our little village is very
good at present.
Mr. George Keller was on the sick
list last week.
Cutting wheat and oats is the order of
the day now.
Miss Annie Fitzgerald is visiting rela
tives on Carter's Creek.
Messrs. Oscar Williams and Jack
Mnllins, of Franklin, were the guests
of Mr. A. K. Green since our last.
Mrs. Knshton, of Nashville, is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. John Fitzgerald,
at this writing.
Miss Genie Crsby, of Carter's Creek,
is visiting friends here Ht present.
Mr. George Preist and two little chil
dren, of Theta, are visitiug his mother,
Mrs. John Fitzgerald, at present.
Little Miss Agnes Kerr is visiting her
friend, Miss Cleve Harmon, of Kedron.
They say that we are to have wed
ding in our midst in a short time.
What has become of "Zula?" Write
oftener, dear "Zula," as we are always
glad to hear from our old home. And
"Dorothy," I think you have entirely
The protracted meeting will begin at
this place the 4th Sunday in July, con
ducted by Elder Butler.
Mr 1'i.arv at Columbia.
reached a very interesting sermon at
u-iiir,! jii.il-hnu jt t sundav after
noon to quite a large crowd.
lder Sam Seweh will preach at this
place next Sunday morning, and Klder
William Anderson, of Beech Grove, will
June Specials for Men.
Ninety-nine Pairs Men's extra fine
Black Calf Shoes, Plain and
Coin Toe, Lace and Congress,
all sizes. Last season's prices
were Sfy.cx). We cut them ft fill
in half at $.UU
A Few Pairs Men's Patent Leath
er Shoes, Needle Toes, sizes fill
4 to 6. Prices were $6, at mJu.UU
A Few More pairs of those Satin ( QQ
Calf 2. 50 Shoes at $l.vjO
preach here the fourth Sunday in this
Since we started to writing this letter,
we have had a splendid rain, which was
verv much needed.
Will close for this time. As ever the
same, Ravkx Locks.
RELIEF IN SIX HOI KS.
Distressing kidney and bladder dis
ease relieved in six hours by "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great surprise on account of its
exceeding promptness in relieviug 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
by A. B. Rains, druggist, Columbia,
Tenn. feb25 ly.
Groveland, June IX After some
weeks' absence' from the columns of
the Hkrald, I thought I would send in
what few items I can gather th;s week.
Mr. Frank Young, who lives near Mr.
J. W. Kdmonson'Sr died very suddenly
last Thursday night from heart failure.
Deceased worked hard the day before
his death, and he retired that night in
spemingly good health. About mid
night he called to some of the family
for camphor. They went to the nearest
neighbor's house forthe druir, but when
they returned he had passed away.
His remains were buried at Bethany
hnryiiig-ground last Friday. Deceased
was a brother of Mr. John M. Young,
of Columbia. He leaves three brothers
and two sons to mourn his untimely
Ksq. S. S. Craig is improving Rlowly
with his cut foot. His brother, Wil
liam Craig, who attended his bedside
last week, has returned to his home in
Mr. George Gilliam had the misfor
tune last week to lose a mule that he
had borrowed while working it to the
binder for J. E. Harris.
The most of the wheat has been har
vested The yield is very good, except
where tho fly damaged it. Oats are
verv good this year. Corn is small and
looks bad on account of the cold, late
spring and receut dry wheather. We
had a good rain Sunday, which will
help it to grow.
The protracted meetinz will com
mence at Pleasant Mt. the fifth Sunday
The Public school at Pleasant Mt.
Academy will close Friday. Mr. Gal
loway has given general satisfaction.
With best wishes, Ronix.
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. B.
Leftwich, June 12. The Death
Angol has entered a once happy home
and claimed as its own the young wife
of Mr. Doo Cheek. She was reared in
this neighborhood, and Just a few short
years ago was married to Mr. Doc
Chei'k, who took his fair young bride to
his home near Hardison's Mill, where
they lived very happily. At lirst
thought it seems very cruel indeed,
that she should be taken away juH in
the springtime of life, when all seemed
so bright and fair before her; but when
we think how great was her sufferings
during her illness and how much pain
and sorrow may have been in store for
her, we only murmur, "It must be for
the best." God is good and doeth all
tilings well. The .bereaved husband,
brother, sister and other relatives have
our deepest sympathy. But their sor
row is not without hope, forthe angels
were waiting for her, and she has gone
to join them in their happy throng.
The funeral services were held at the
Morton grave-yard, conducted by Rev.
Brown, f Lewisburg, aud she was laid
to rest beside her mother and father
Several of our young people attended
the ice-cream supper at Hardison's Mill
last Friday night.
Miss Vesta Richardson happened to a
very painful accident last week while
gathering cherries. She fell from one
I of the trees and broke one arm and
severely bruised the other one. We
sincerely hope she may soon recover
from her injuries and be all right again.
Mrs. F. M. Hardison is spending this
week with her mother, Mrs. D. F.
Meaty, of Silver Creek.
Macd ami Blanche.
i Lite to bed and early to rise, prepares
a man for his home in the skies. Earlv
to bed and a Little Early Riser, the pill
that makes life longer and better and
wiser. A. B. Rains. ly
Wn.LiAMsrORT, Juue 1.1. After sev
eral weeks absence, we come again to
bring the Herald and its many read
ers the news from out little town.
Farmers are quite busy harvest
ing. The wheat and oat crops are very
nromising for an abundant yield.
Rev. I. U MeCarty has returned to
his home near Colnmhia, after a few
davs visit to I,ipcoinl and William
sport friends. He rilled his regular ap
pointment nere last nuuaay, auu as
usual preached a good sermon.
Quite a number of young people from
here attended the exercises of Mt.
-T. N. FIGUERS.
Pleasant, Lipscomb and Shady Grove
Misses Laura and Katharine Porter
and Messrs. 11. V. and J. F. Porter at
tJiidedthe Cecil-Bryson wedding last
week. Mr. and Mrs. Bryson have a
host of friends in Maury County who
wish for them a life of unbounded hap
piness. Mrs. E. E. Collins and little daughter
Elma Belle spent several days recently
with relatives in your city.
Miss Pearl Stalling, of' Mt. Pleasant,
was the guest of Miss Mary Choate last
Miss Viviene Harrington, of Shady
Grove, visited Miss Lulu Sheddan re
cently. Miss Annie Kinzer has returned from
a visit to Mt. Pleasant friends.
Miss Janie Porter closed her school
last week with appropriate exercises,
and both teacher and pupils should feel
proud of the manner in which they
entertained their audience. Miss Por
ter will teach the fall term here.
Miss Ellis Jones, of Hickman county,
was entertained recently by Mrs. Robt.
Mrs. A. E. Moore is visiting Nash
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Porter and daugh
ter Miss Janip, of t olumbta, and Mr.
and Mrs. Maury, of Nashville, are the
present guests or Airs. w. i. rorier.
Mrs. Uacliel Kussell is spending tuts
week with Centervillo relatives.
Messrs. VV. M. Reece and Robt. Mil
ler are at Primm Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Thompson, oi
Hampshire, are visiting Rev. and Mrs.
W. H. Beasley.
Miss Tera Taylor, who has had charge
of the Turkey Creek school, has closed
tier school and gone to pay noineroiKs
In Winchester a visit She will return
in a few days, and, after several weeks
stay at Primm Springs, will again take
charge of the same school.
Miss Fannie Banks, of Ihompson
Station, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. it.
PhtitmNUBIAN TEA curis r)-vsrei'-
I IhIIIvI v sia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts.
Hold by A. B. RAIN'S, Columbia, Tenn.
Ill' RIM CANE.
HiTRiucAXE, Juno 11 A severe wind
and rain storin passed through this sec
tion yesterday afternoon, doing con
siderable damage to both grain aud
timber. B. F. Cheatham's barn was
Corn is looking line after the recent
rains. Wheat is falling short of the
J. H. Kannon has purchased a new
threshing outfit, and will run an inde
Miss Bessie Fleming was taken very
sick at Lawrenceburg last week, while
there on a visit.
The ladies of the Methodist church
gave an ice-cream supper at the school
building last Thursday night. They
There will be a new Cumberland
Church built at Pleasant Mt., soon.
Mrs. A. C. Allen i visiting near Theta.
Mrs. Nell Hancock has returned from
a visit to relatives in Nashville.
W. T. Bryant has shipped three loads
of cattle aiid hogs to Louisville since
our last. W. R. Gresham shipped one
car of cattle last week. St. Clair.
n. M. Geary, Pierson, Mich., writes:
"DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is curing
more piles here to-day than all other
remedies combined. It cures eczema
and all other skin diseases." A. B.
Rock Side, June 12. After a two
weeks' aSsence, we come again with
what items we have gathered.
Children's Day was observed at Mt.
Olivet to-day with good attendance. A
prayer-meeting has also been organized
at Mt. Olivet since our last, which
meets every Saturday night.
The corn'crop in this neighborhood
is looking very promising at present
The farmers are busy cutting wheat,
oats and clover.
We are very sorry to report Mrs,
Stratton quite sick at present; also Mr.
Mr. and Mrs George Daimwood and
two little children, of Godwin, are visit
ing Mr. Daimwood's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Daimwood, of this place.
Misses Susie aud Fannie Mitchell
have returned home after a lengthy
visit to their brother, Mr. Joe Mitchell,
With best wishes to the dear old
Herald and its many readers, we e
main as ever, Ouasta axd Odicm.
FKKK VI U.S.
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen A
Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you of thcirmerits. These
pills are easy in action and are particu
larly effective in the cure of constipa
tion and sick headache. For malaria
and liver troubles they have been
proved invaluable. They are guaran
teed to be perfectly free from evtry
deleterious substance and to be purely
vegetable. They do not weaken bv
their action, but by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly invigorate
the system. Regular size 25 cents per
box. Sold by. Woldridge A Irvine, Drug
gists. Juneluly Ll
Timmoss, June 11. "Little Echo" is
at her place again this week.
Bro. Eubank tilled his regular ap
pointment here yesterday, and deliv
ered an excellent sermon.
Mrs. Shorter Forgey has gone to
pieu's SHiits am Underwear.
Another June Special.
A Few Dozen Fine Monarch
Shirts, soft bosoms, all large
sizes, 16 to iS. The $1 .00, $1.25
and $1.50 kind. The brand in- "7Cp
sures quality, at I JU
A Small lot, of Men's Under
shirts and Drawers, in imported
Balbriggan and Lile Thread. Kfp
Prices were $1.00, at JUU
Primm's Springs, where she will spend
a few weeks.
Mrs. Martha Butler has returned to
her home at the Zuccarella place.
Norman Batts is with homefolks now.
Mr. C. V. Hull paid Culleoka a visit
since our last.
We are glad to report that Mr. W. D.
Eraser is well again, after a few days'
Mrs. Whit Thomas is still on the sick
We are sorry to hear of the sickness
of little Howard Roberts.
Wheat cutting is all the go. We can
now hear the clicking of the binders,
and it wont bo long before we can hear
the ''oise of the threshers.
The Willis Brothers and Harris
Brothers have purchased them a new
Mrs. Minor and Miss Alice have re
turned to their home, after a protracted
visit to Mrs. John Thomas.
" Little Echo" is spending this week
with frieuds and relatives in Columbia.
As ever, Little Echo.
RHEUMATISM CUliEI) IN A DAY.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterious. It removes at once
the cause aud the disease immediately
disappears. The first dose greatly bene
fits; 75 cents. Sold by A. B. Rains, drug
gist, Columbia, Tenn. octlo Bin
Scx.N vside, June 11. Rev. Otis
Trousdale preached at this place Sun
day morning to an attentive audience.
Airs J. A. Matthews aud daughters
Laura uud Bessie, of McCains, are visi
ting in our midst at present.
Misses Aggie aim Willie Emerson
ana brother visited friends at Ziou re
cently. Miss May Tucker of your city, was
wiin friends here since our last.
Miss lieiu McCaiidless, of Mt. Pleas
ant, is vii-iting tier father duriug vaca
tion. Mr. aud Mrs. Jamrs Howard will
move back to uie oiU Home place so. mi.
Mr. .lames Giddens' resideuce is Hear
ing completion, it will be ready for
them to occupy soon.
Mi."S Salliu Matthews, of McCains,
visited J. W. Matthews family last
Miss Irene Adkisson was in our midst
Mr. joe Foster, "The Herald's
brother," was with friends note re
cently. Mrs. Genuie Alexander aud Miss
Alice were witii friends at Carter's
Creek not long siuee.
Mrs. J. s. Matthews is somewhat Jn
disposed. Mrs. J. R. McCaiidless has returned
from Hanui county.
Misses Joiinuiu Alexander and Izora
Patterson are at Mt. l'lcaant.
Ml Nf 'LARK.
'Continued to Seveuth Page.1
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MOXEV FOIt MAURY COUNTIANS.
Claim Included In the Omnibus P.lll,
Which l'Hel the Sunatv.
The following claims of Maury
Uountains and also other persons in
this Congressional District are In
cluded in the omnibus bill, which
passed the Semite last Thursday :
Meade Frierson, administ'r of
W. J. Anderson, deceased, late
Marshall County $ 8(50 00
David P. Atkinson, of Wayne
County K55 oo
Can .ad a Brewer, of Wayne
County .. itm (JO
W.J. Embry, executor of John
P. Brown, deceased, late of
Maury County 5,102 00
James V. Cole, administrator
of Peter Cole, deceased, late
of Wayne County 1M2 00
Frances M. Freeman, of Giles
Jas. T. S. Greenfield, of Maury
8. B. Herbert, of Lawrence
Florence a. Puryear, adminis
tratrix or P. R. Higlitower,
deceased, late or William
Lucius Hough, of Maury
Michael Kieff, of Giles County .
Luke Lee, of Wayne County
ihoinas il. lieneave, ad in in is
tor of Irby T. Leueave, deceas
ed, lateof Maury County 7.j0 00
Edward E. Eslick, administra
tor of Henry P McM ilium. de
ceased, late of Gil is County . l.HSiO
William t. Moore, of Maiiry
County 1,347 no
R. H. Ogilvie, or Maury
County 2,150 00
Benjamin F.Owen, of William-
County 2,540 00
Andrew B. Phillips, ut Maury
County 5S5 00
Denjamin F. Scroggin, of Giles
County 214 00
Osborn Walker of Wayne
County . 625 00
John W. Alexander, adminis
trator of "amei s. Williams,
deceased, late of Williamson
County l rmn m
Fannie Young, of Giles County, lio OO
ATred A. Vouug, executor of Jo
seph Young, deceased, late. of
Giles County ... 375 00
In cans and pails.
Oil Cans and Oilers.
Gum and Leather Belts.
Gum Packing i Lace Leather.
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Citizens' Telephone No. 8.
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