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THE COLUMBIA HERALD: Fill DA NOVEMBER 11. 1S!)8.
inr Smutty BrrBspthmik jj
r,novEtAT?t, Nov. 7. Kev. Wee Jen,
of Campbell's Station, occupied the pul
pit at Pleasant Mount last SumUv, in
the absence of the "pastor, Kev. 'r. K.
Hudson. Kev. Weeden read a postal
card from Kev. Hudson, which stated
that he had been a very sick man ever
since Tuesday ; this was the cause of
his absence. At the close of the ser
mon a collection was taken up for for
Ksq. W. 15. Gordon failed to till his
appointment at Park's school house
Friday niuht. Ir. Hiver, candidate for
the legislature, made a short address.
F.sq. K. N. Moore, of the fifth district,
is sick at this writing, threatened with
l'rof. J. G. Oodfrev is movintr alon
very nicelv with his school at Pleasant
Moiin'. He Is giving general satis
faction. There is a threat deal of complaint
among the farmers about rotten corn
With best wishes, Uobin.
IngHope Cemetery. The newly-made
mound was covered with beautiful flo
ral designs." Weep not, dear loved ones,
as those that have no hope, for your
loss is Heaven's Rain." Kai ky.
IIEL.IKF JN SIX HOI KS.
Distressing kidney and bladder dis
ease relieved in six hours by "New
Great (South American Kidney Cure."
It is a (treat surprise 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
by A. B. Kains, druggist, Columbia
Tenn. febi ly.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo, ) ss.
Luons County. i
Frank J. Chunky nutkes oath that ho is
the senior nurtner of the firm of K .1.
'11ESKY A Co.. doing business in the City of
Toledo, County and Htate aforesaid, and
that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNItHKI) IOI,I,AKS for each and every
;ase ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Kkank J. Ciiksey.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
arcsi-nce, this the nth day of December, A.
SEAL. A. W. lfI,BAHOS,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directlv on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimo
nials, free. . .
F. J. Chenby, A Co., Toledo, O.
Hold by Druggists. 75cents.
Hall's Faintly Pills are the best.
Union, Nov. (?. As I have not writ
ten anything for sometime, I will Jot
Hou n what few items I have gathered
for the dear old Ukrald. The Hkbald
is the most appreciated visitor we have.
(athering corn and sowing wheat are
the order of the day.
Mr. A. G. Dodson and family visited
the family of G. C. Godwin since our
Miss Roxie Whittaker, of Nashville, is
visiting friends and relatives in our
midst. She anticipates returning to
her home the Sth. We always welcome
her In our midst.
Th movers havebeirun to stir around
11 r. Helton Ash worth will move into
our viclnitv. We alwavs welcome such
good neighbors as Helton Into o
Dear editor we will close our little
hudiret, for fear of wearing your
patience. As ever, Iko.
Garwood's Sarsaparllla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains
49c a Garment.
9Sc a Suit.
To win and to wear, to have and to hold,
Is the burden of dream and of prayer:
The hope of the young and the wish of
The prize of the strong and the fair;
All dream of some guerdon life's labor
All winning that guerdon have nam
ed it success.
David H. Ela.
A BARGAN TO BOAST ABOUT!
Water Valley, Nov. 7.-Kev. J. W.
"Ha'cner, the new pastor of the Santa
Fe circuit, will preach at Alexander
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Al
though we regretted very much to have
Hro. Kwings, our former pastor, leave
us, everyone will cordially welcome
liro. Hatcher, and we trust that he will
have great success this year in winning
many souls for Christ. Let everbody
come out to church next Sunday, for he
won't want to preach to a house of
Kev. W. T. Dale will preach at the
Union Church next Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. J. L. Williams visited friends
near Williamsport last week.
If anyone wants to know about the
ducking in Leiper's Creek, last Sunday
evening, ask Miss K. P. or Orestra.
Miss Mamie Hogan.of Southport, U
visiting relatives and friends in this
Miss Kmma Kinzer visited friends
near Santa Fe, for a few days recently.
Miss Kessie Harris, of Williamsport,
wh in our village last week.
Miss Sallit) Sewell, of lielhel, was vis
itinii relatives here recently.
Mr. J. T. Fleming, Jr., of Goshen, was
in our villaire last week.
Mrs. Jeff Kinzer and little daughter
Eunice spent the latter partof last week
with relatives on Leatherwood.
Miss Koxie Johnson was the guest of
relatives on Snow Creek for a few days
recently . ..
Miss Maud Hutcheson, of Leather
wood, visited friends in thiscommunity
DtatttotC CUBAN OIL cures
rlflHlvlvCuts, Burns, bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
Hold by A. A. KAINS. Columbia, Tenn.
Glknm's Storb, Nov. --"ere. wo
ome with a few items for the first time,
hoping to have a space for them in the
dear old H KHALI. ,u.
We had a very hard rain last nitrht
which will stop the wheat sowing for
awhile. Farmers are very busy gat h
ering in their corn crops and sowing
WRev' Dye will preach his first sermon
next Sunday at Glenn's Chapel.
The ladles prayer meeting was rained
-out yesterday. We are glad to see the
ladies taking such an interest in tie
good work. We wish them much suc-
ieHopingMr. McMillin will receive a
majority of the votes, 1 close with best
McCains, Nov. (i. The wave of De
mocracy is rising high in our commu
nity at present, and we think a much
larger number of voters from this din
trie t will be found at the polls than has
for some time.
Messrs. Shoup and Dexter, two able
speakers of Columbia, favored the Lit
erary Society ana a number of our older
Democrats last Friday night at the
Academy with a talk on the political is
sues of the day It was entirely a new
held of speaking to sonv of us, but we
were all attentive, receiving lutorma
Hon on various topics of which we were
ignorant heretofore. We hone to have
their presence with us again.
t rots. Harris and acoti nave holiday
election dav. liivimr the young voters
an opportunity to cast their vot?s.
A Kood business meeting of the Fn
deavor Society was held at Prof. W. D
Scott's last Saturday niht. The angry
cloud and rain hindered quite a num
her from attending.
Kev. O. M. Trousdale tilled the puipn
at this place the fifth Sunday, preach
ing a practical sermon irom rumians
Pith chanter and 2nd verse. Kev. .M.
Gabard preached at Sunnyside In the af-
ternoo" nd at Mt. neasant at uignt.
He rilled his regular appointment here
Sunday, preaching a splendid sermon
on "Division ;' Mai. 3ru chapter, Kltb
verse, which finished his series of
We are glad to welcome Mr. Eunis
Patterson back into our midst. He .has
been engaged in the ice business in
Charleston, S. C, the past nine months,
and comes back much pleased with the
East. By his genial disposition he won
the friendship and good will of all the
Charlestonians he eamo in contact with.
Mrs Paisley and Miss Janie Orman,
of Camnbellsville. Misses Julia Orman
and Molly Caperton, of Sprin Hill,
visited Mrs. W. J. Fly since our last.
We are always glad to welcome such
accomplished ladies into our circle.
Messrs. Dan Wilsford and J. W. B.
Thomas, in company with a number of
irentlemen from Suiinvsideand Colum
bia, spent the past two weks in the
lower counties dcr hunting, hut met
with uoor success, failing to find the
The potato crop through this section
Is line this year. In general, all the
croos are iro'od. and the farmers are
niitiinir in n lai-ire acrenire of wheat,
The Alfred Kurnev Society elected
npw officers two weeks ago. making
Prof, .left Gilbresth. President; Mr.
Tom English, Vice-President; Miss
Resale Giddens. Secretary: Mis Bessie
Thomas, - Treasurer; Prof. Harris,
Titic; Prof. Scott, censor; Dave Irons
dxle. Jr. Janitor. The debators for Fri
day niglit week are, Misses Anna Ken
nedy. Emma Scott and Beulah McCain,
atllrmative: Messrs Tom English, Kob
ert Hall and Jeff Gilbreath, negative
Question for debate: "Kesolved, that
it is hetter for several ludges to sit on
a inrv than the iurv sy stem."
We enlov the educational column,
An hone it will continue.
Mr. Will Orr. of Lvnnville, was with
relatives in our midst Monday.
We boast of this bargain be
cause we believe it is the.
biggest and best ever ou"red
A large shipment of this un
derwear just received lrom
New York, bought cheap, so
we sell it cheap. Not old
stock, not old f ishion ribbed
goods, but new, seasonable
goods in t'ree colors, blue,
gray and brown
49c a Garment
98c a Suit.
To get full benefit of this bar
gain, be sure to come while
your size is here.
t. . mm
"DAD'S OLD ItltKECHES."
"When dud has worn his trousers out,
They pass to brother John ;
Then mother trims them round about,
And W illiam puts them on. . .
"When William's legs too long have
The trousers fail to hide Vm;
So Walter claims them for Ins own,
And stows himself inside 'em.
"Next Sam's fat legs they close invest,
Aud, when they won't stretch tighter,
They're turned and shortened, washed
And fixed on me, the writer.
"Ma works them into rugs and caps
When I have burst the stitches,
At Doomsday we shall see, perhaps,
The last ot dad's old breeches. "
CUBAN RELIEF cures
C be, euriilKiaiiiKl Toothache
in five minutes. Sour Stomach
dud Summer Com plaints. Price, 25 Cents.
Hold bv A. B. KAINB. Conlmbla. Tenn
the exening train for Lebanon last Fri
day, to celebrate the eightieth anni
versarv of his father's birthday on
Saturday, and to be reunited with the
Mrs. Cam Simmons, attended by her
brother John Wisener, spent a part of
last week in our midst and was the
guest of Mrs S. J. Koberts.
Mrs. Anna lirown, or i.ynnviue, came
ni last Saturday and was the guest of
Mr. E. v Alexander and family lor a
couple of days J
The death or little l.ucas rraser, me
three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
itartoii Fraser, was a very sad one, ana
we truly sympathize with the family in
their sore bereavement Funeral ser
vices were conducted by Kev. James
Harris at the chapel, and the interment
took place at Knob Creek Cemetery.
PATH'S "YOUNG" EYES.
The Method Slie I'nriaen For K-eplrg
The birth certificate of Adellna Pattl,
recently found at Madrid, places the
time of birth of the prima donna at
So Patti at fifty-five 19 still the ad
mired of all the world; Pattl is still
vouthful with pves that are as de
scribed by a Berlin paper "absolutely
y"""K-". . .
vvnen in spw lorn, noi many sea
sons sen, Patti told the writer the se
cret of her young eyes.
"I never read at night," said she, "if
I can help it. Itdoes not hurt the eves
to cry, if von sleep afterward. I bathe
my eyes fn hot and cold water, as feels
best. I do a great many things 1 am
told never to do. But I also observe cer
tain rules. I never read at twilight or
when hungry. I sleep fully nine hours.,
more if I need it. I eat' lltthtly many
times a day. I keep my eves free bv
not making them tired. That is all."
Patti's eyes are the sort that shine.
They are almost dazzling. Her lashes
are abundant, a fact which she attrib
utes to her habit of nightly anointing
them with a cream.
" Jo Dick's "
Feed Cutters have
long since been
accept2d by all
mule feeders, as
the best, strongest
and most durable
Cutter made, and
they are now seek
ing the indorse-
U''!ir-'"- I'- '"!
I " I ' ' ' : ' '' "i
1 .fiw--ria rthyjl
which fills a silo easier and cheaper than
was ever done before. We have these in
stock and will be pleased to have
Continued to Seventh Page.)
The next stated convocation of
Li'ayette Royal Arch Chapter, No.
4. will be held next Monday night at
7 o'clock, Nov. 14, in the Masonic
T. F. Anthony, E x -Pos t m as t e " '
Tr..nritv. Iowa, says: ' I bought
one bottle of 'Mvsiic Cure' for rheuma-
Hsm.Hiid two drf'd'"eX
-ood than any medicine I ever t ok.
.sold bv A. B. lUins, Druggist, ( i.lum-
Ixmkson-, Nov. C.-It is sad when
dith co,nes m the morning of .fe, and
lav hi hand on one of the sweetest
and love test (lowers that ever bloomed
,n eirth. siwh is the case in the home
on earui. McMeen, for no one
'lf .r', nui.;,,he fll. the daughter
Kill-" n ' " . hilt to
i(U.H her. iMpnintri i -
vicH in. and after a week of intense flur
feHni her little spirit was wafted to
th, home above to our Savior, who
Vlid Suffer little children to come un
t. and forbid them not tor of such
4 the kingdom of Heaven, sne vv as
he onlv granddaughter of r and Mrs.
ni,. rlTan A'nderson made
; u te an impressive talk at the grave.
'.I"11 VL laid to rest at Last-
AN KSTKItlMtlSIXO IHttGCIST.
There are few men more wide awake
and enterprising than Woldridge iV
Irvine, who snare no pains to secure
th.. bpst of evervthinir in their lino for
their many customers. They now have
tim valuable accncv for Dr. King's New-
Discovery for consumption, coughs and
nobis. This is the wonderful reined v
that is producing such a furore all over
Hip fountrv bv its tnanv startling cures,
It absolutely cures asthma, bronchitis,
hoarseness and all affections of the
throat, chest and lungs. Call at above
Hrmr store and iret a trial bottle free or
a rPLMilnr size for iVlc and $100. (iuar-
anteed to cure or price refunded
Timmons. Nov. 7. Death has again
entered our community and claimed for
iu viet in the litt e .t-vear-olil son or Mr.
and Mrs. Itartun Eraser. We would
say to the bereaved parents," Weep not,
for lioa Knows oesi, ior no lias
Suffer little children to come unto me
imri forbid them not, for of such is the
kingdom of heaven.' "
Those on the sick list this weeK are
Mrs. Kettle Eraser and Mrs. John
'I'lininnn. and little Obie Stone.
Mrs. Deller Loekhart, of Mt. Pleasant,
has been the tuest of her eister, Mrs.
Farmers are having some very pretty
anther to sow wheat now.
We are itlad to say that Mr. Eugene
Notrass is up again
liro. Eubank will be with us again
smulriv at ill o'clock.
Miss' Hazel Willis has been visiting
hnr aisier. Mrs. J. S. Kushton, at Co
1 ii ill hi A
Misslila Hanks has been visiting
Miss Emma Fraser has been the guest
of (iodwin relatives since my last.
As ever, Litti.k Ei-ho.
.V. APLK MO I' .NT.
M vni.K Mot' ST. .Nov. 8. It atiords us
nl IK h iiieastiie to lie able to write down
the news of our vic'nlty attain. We
fi.pl interested in the welfare of our
community, ami love to till our space in
Hip II krai. i columns.
ttur little villaire keeps abreast with
th times. The whistling of the en
gines announces that the corn-shellers
ami cotton irinners are in operation.
(Imp car of wheal was snippea irom
iolvin last week hy tt. it. Dougnertv.
a .1. Timmons mane a sninmenr. or .u
bushels of wheat. Mr. Polk tJodwin
made a shipment of ear corn, but we
fi pd t cet the number or cars.
Mr. Meachem, tne noss oi ine oarrei
stave businesss at otlwin, shipped six
cars of staves the past weeK.
M. E. Allen shinpoa a carol nice porK
ora on last S tturdav.
A neat new residence will soon be
erected at (iodwin by X. J. Timmons,
to he occupied by "his salesman, Mr.
Messrs. Clemmens iv toad are mn-
ninir a hutchf r's shop in the village.
O. Com;in had the mUfcrtune to get
huleft wrist mashed on the railroad
mppntiv. but the injury is not of a seri-
Pr f. Pattort, of Santa Fe, left here on
HAYES AM) THE FARMER.
How the Latter (Jut Away With the Ex-
It is told of ex-President Ruther
ford B. Hayes that whiln attendini?
school at Kenyon College, he wim
in the habit of taking daily walks,
into the country. These trips were
shared by two intimate companions.
who were of a iun-loving utspost
tion, which frequently got them into
trouble. On one occasion tney more
than met their match at repartee m
an old farmer, whom they met on
the highway. The long white beard
of the farmer gave him apatriarchal
appearance, and while he was ap
Droachinir thp students, they ar
. . t .It! !
ranged to give nun a louying, wnicn
eventually terminated in the dis
comfiture of the youths.
One of them dolfed his hat with
u-reat reverence and respect as tie
said : ' Oood morning, Father Abra
1'he second saluted the old fimiipr
and said, "Good morning, rattier
Mr. Hayes, not to be outdone in
aiTability and politei.ess. extended
his hand as he said, "Uood morning
Ignoring the outstretched hand of
Mr. Haves, the old farmer replied:
Gentlemen, you are mistaken in
the man. I am neither Abraham,
suae nor Jacob, but Haul ttie son of
KiMi, who was sent out to seek his
father's asses, and lo! I have found
them." Short Stories.
Here is the old reliable "Superior,"
Almost every man in America has
some ditrestive trouoie. wnen men
meet, the greeting usually is, "Well,
how are vou7" That develops neaitn
talk. The man who has no bowel o
stomach trouhle is almost a curiosity.
Trouble is. men take no care of them
selves. Tbev eat as though they had
cooper stomachs and bowels of brass.
Hy and oy, overworKeu nature reoeis.
Then come headaches, nervousness,
had blood, liver and kidney troubles.
Dr Pierce's Pleasant fetiets rurnisn
helo for constipation and torpid liver,
sick and bilious headache, dizziness,
sour stomach, loss of annetite, indiges
tion, or dyspepsia, windy belchings,
heartburn, pain and distress after eat
ing, and kindred derangements of the
liver, stomach and bowels. Accept no
IMHXii J Hit
- T. iFJ - i im
1 5 1
Ilickman. et. al., vs. Lula
man, et al.
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Tennessee.
Pursuant 'o a decree entered In above
stvled cause, at the October term, W.M,
on minutes at, page (Hi.'!, I will, on
Monday, the 12th Day of December,
18!tS, at the court-house door, in Colum
bia. Tennessee, sell to the blithest and
nest bidder, the land described in said
decree, hounded and described as fol
lows, to-wit: Situated in the Sixth Civil
District of Maury County. Tennessee.
and bounded on the north by Curtis
(reen and J. S. Hickman; on the east
by th.i Richard Foster 'arm; south by
.L A. Dneeer, and west by W. T. Ureen
and T. J. Corender, containing VM acres.
more or less.
TEKMS. Said sale will be made on a
credit of 12 and 24 months, except the
sum of one third, which will be re
quired in cash on day of sale. Sale free
from the equity of redemption. Votes
hearing interest from date of sale will
be required of the purchaser, and a lien
retained to secure payment of the pur
A.N. AKIN, CtfM.
This the 11th day of Nov., I '.IS. 4t
W Smmmfmm fm mm tmti KH
: h'1" ,j t " ' $2$ $ iw
which has proven .itself worthy the name
A grain drill with an inefficient feed is
worse than the old uby hand" way. The
SUPERIOR has the only feed that will
plant the diversity of crops planted to-day
with grain drills; noticeably, peas and oats.
In addition to this, it is a stronger, and
better made, consequently more durable
Cured at Last! The Rotary Dutchman
and Hancock Disc Plow,
Do Not Give Up in De
spairThere is Hope!
For ages it has been thought
that Cancer is incurable, and
those so uufortunato as to have
this dreadful aflliction have con
sidered themselves beyond hope of
recovery. The doctors are ab
solutely unable to afford any re
lief, and the poor sufferer might
well consider himself ou the way
to an early grave.
It is now easy to see why the
doctors have failed to cure Cancer.
Their theories have been all wrong,
and hence their treatment mis
directed. They have made the
mistake of thinking that by cut
ting out the sore or ulcer, known
as Cancer, the disease would be
gotten rid of, and the patient re
stored to health. But the cruel
knife accomplishes nothing, for
the Cancer promptly returns, and is
always more virulent than before.
Tt has been demonstrated, beyond
doubt, that Cnncer is a blood disease,
and can not be cured by the surpeon's
knife because the blood con not It cut
"Several years ago my wife had an
ulcer on her tongue, which, though nn
noying. was not regarded seriously at
first. It refused to heal and began to
grow, giving her much pain. The doc
tor! treated it for quite a while but
were unable to do ner any good, ana
finally pronounced it Cancer of a most
malignant type. We were greatly
alarmed and gave her every remedy
recommended, but they did not seem
to reach the disease, and it continued
to spread and grow. Upon the advice
of a friend she began to take S. S. S.,
and after a few bottles had been used
a decided improvement was noticed,
and continuing the remedy she was
cured completely and the permanence
of the cure has been proved, us no sign
of the disease has
returned, though ten
yenvs have elapsed,
II. L. MlDDLEBROOKS.
Spurt a, (5a."
The cures made by
S. S. S. are perma
nent. It is the only
blood remedy' which
ciin cure obstinate
diseases, because it
is the only one
which acts on the
correct principle of
forcing out the poim and ridding the
system of it forever.
S. S. S. never fails to cure the worst
cases of Cancer, Scrofula. Catarrh.
Eczema.Contag'ous Blood Poison, Rheu
matism, old sores, ulcers, etc., it mat
ters not what other remedies hnve been
used in vain It is the only blood
and contains not a particle of potash,
mercury, arsenic or other minemls.
Valuable books on Cancer and Blood
Diseases will l mailed free to any ad
dress by Swift Specific Co.-, Atlanta, Oa.
are always found in the front furrow on all
We are to-day olfering better buggies
for the money than were ever sold beforo
in this market.
Street & Co.
CITIZENS' TELEPHONE No. 8.
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