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FRIDAY, OCT. 10. 1900. James Williams INSURANCE AGENGY, Established 1888 C. W. WILLIAMS, MANAGER, Savannah, Tcnn. Telephone 45-2 Telephone 43 for groceriea. Now Dress Goods just receiv. cd at Kosa Uros. & Co. Z. J. Thompson bus moved family to Adamsville. his A new remedy for biliousness 3 rov? on sale at J. K. Barlow's drng store. It is culled Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief find will pre vent the attact if givea as soon ns the indication of the diseasu appears. Price, 25 cents per box Sample nee. Try Heinz'a ke pickles and krant to be found only at More- Jill.'. kCiill 'Phone our wants. , Mrs. Snllie Jones and daughter Mias Mary, who have been in Oklahoma- for five months visit ing W. C. Wood and family, ar rived lioniO Friday. They are both well pleased with that country. ; P. IS. Daley of Waterloo, Ala., . , i -ii.. .i: was uere msi wcck uueuuiug court. i. C, and II, ;'0. Kutu of the town by the Bamo jname were lero Saturday at court. Rclibable Gold Rings at Barlow's. Torturing skin eruptions, burns and sores are soothed at once and promptly healed by I)e Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the best nown cure for piles. Beware f worthless counterfeits. J. K. iarlow. S. A. Iludiburg whs mixing with vaunah Saturday. of Olivo Hill friends iu Sa- Proscriptions filled with the best and purest drugs at Barlow's. Mr. M. L. Savell of Saltillo and well known in this county, died of heart trouble Thursday of last week. Mr. Savell was a suc cessful farmer and leaves a wife nd four children and a host of friends to mourn his death. The Teiv.icdseo Annual Confer ence will meet in McMinvillc the 24th. Shoes, Shoes.' Try Star Drand at ISoss liros. & Co. When you have no appetite, do not relish your food and feel dull iter eating yon may know that ou need a dose of Chamber- aiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets. rice 25 cents. Sample free at . K. Carlo w's drug store. Mrs. Sadio Bennett has return ed from a three weeks visit .to ber sous in Texas. , Ladies and Misses Uapes and "1 Jackets at lioss Bros. & Co. Mrs. E. L. Jordan moved into tho Mrs. E. W. Baker residence on Parsonage Avenno Monday. This ia the season when moth- era are alarmed on account ot croup. It is quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure, which child ren love to take. J. K. Barlow. Cronon Carter returned from Florenoe Tuesday. Edgar Car ter remained there, Laving secur ed a position in a livery stable. J. N. Donohoo of Plain view, exas, spent a few hours here nesday. He came around from St. Louis on tho City of Clifton and was weloomed by hia numer ous friends. If you want a heating stove don't forget the tin Bhop where yuu can get them for from $1.75 np, Q, II. llnssell, the tinner, has them in stock all the time. The laborers working on the college bnildiugjqnit work Mon day and ion tho contractors in a bad way. Men were telegraphed for from Florence to tako their places. J. 'II. Merrell of Tuscumbia was here the first of tho week, but is no y in Texas pr oepecting tor business. For sprains, swellings and lameness there is nothing so good as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For sale by J. K. Barlow. Escar O. Thompson left Mon day for Dixon where ho was ex pecting a position on. one of the papers at that place. Yes! We write all kinds of insurance. Over 20.000,000 as sests represented in all branches of iueureance. see or write Jae. Williams Ins., Agency. Mrs. J. S. Irwin left Monday for Pulaski to put Annie Cherry in school at tnat place. Annie will bo with her father Rev. J W, Cherry who is stationed there. Don't think over it any longer. It is to vour interest to carry in surance. Fires are treachcr ous. You can get this protection and iudemnity through Jas. nil liams Ins. Agency. W. L. Harbert of Morris . Chap el was in town Monday. lie re ports his daughter Miss Daisy and also his daughter-in-law Mrs L. L. Harbert as very siok with fever. Marriage licinea have been is sued for J. F." Lassiter to Sallie B. Kitttreli, Lewis Steeley to Joannnh McQee. J. JC. Scott to Cora Cook, W. O. Montague to Dortha Baxter, J. O. Nolan to Fannie Davis, T. P. McOonnell to J. V. Shelby, Lee Phillips to Judia Austin, J C. nollman to Annie O. Oillham, A. D, Hodges to '.Belle McGoe. Colored, Lee Littleton to Dolly Bell. Feelings of safety prevado the household that uses One Minute Cough cure, the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. It is infallible for coughs colds, croun. and all throat and Inner troubles. It will prevent consumption. J. K. Barlow. Edfrnr II. Cherry came Wednesday from whero ho had been school. The - Standard Sewing Ma chine is the best and lightest unninsr. At Barlow's. J. T. Smith came up from ?cterson tbo Cutnmiua and spont Sunday with hia family, Mastio Mixed Paint the very best at Barlow's- If vou want the best possible aluo for vour money buy "Statu., Brand Shoes" of ISoss Bios. & Vo. John Iludiburg, who is one of tho principals in the Adamsvillo school, was in Savannah Saturday. We havo just received fresh ots of Rolled Oats, Shred Coco nut. Best lar Jellies Macaroni, itted Cherries and all kinds of can goods', Pickles, Syrups, Can dire etc. . Hardin & Hamilton, hone 43. E. D, Martin Eaq., of Crump and who has been pick for sever al mouths was iu Savannah Mon day. Wo hone he will bo all right for the futura. Rev. Stone will close his work at this place for this conference year next Sunday. We are hop uir ho will be returned to this work for another year. The Republican Executive Com mittee is called to mcot at Sayan nah at 10 o'clock a. m. Monday October 20. A. A. Watson Cham G. W, Biughiitn Secy. Insurenuce that l n insures Millions to nav losses. Lates that are couitable. See or write Jas. Williams Iua. Azency, ba vaunah, Tenu. Mrs. Flora J. Buna left on Citv of Clifton Tuesday for the St. Louis to visit a daughter reported very sick. who i Now is the timo to insure your dwblliusrand bam. Don't wait hnt write James Williams Insur ance Agency, Savannah, Tcnn. F. C. McGaughey of ColVe Landing was here Tuesday, reports much eickness iu section. He his Jas. Madison Smith of wick was looking after business hero Tuesday Pick some 25. They supply Tako your produce to Mere ith's. They want all you have. Rock IIouhc. Spring homo Hill attending The Couriori3tbo only paper published in -Hardin county and is a better news paper today than everbofore. 1 Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is guaranteed to care Coustipation Indigestion, Sick ueadacno anu Stomach trouble for sale J. K. Jarlow.'' We have a letter from Eveline Owens at Olif, IU., who grew up near Pickwick. Sue manilets much interest in her old homo. Summer Dress Goods, Ladies and Misses Slinners and Mens Summer Clothing at cost. D. A. & T.J. WELCH. The best method of cleansing the liver is the use of the famous little nilis Known as Do Witt's lit- tie Earlv Risers. Easy to taue. Never gripe. J. K. Barlow. Judge Holding visited the Shiloh battlefield during his stay here. Ho was eccompaiued by D. A. McDougal aud enjoyed the sights very much. Mrs. Mai Dickson aud bou Fay, of Memphis, arrived here last Fri day and will spend tho winter with Mrs. Jordan. She is a eis ter of ii. L. Jordau. Rev. J. J. Stowe, at the even ng service Sunday took tho Courier's cue and preached the business - men right lively for keeping open doors ou the Sab bath in violation of law. Public ly speaking ot this grave offense will tend to abash the good citi zens who unthoughtertly transgresses. It is with pleasure tht I try to write you a few items. I am slowly improving but ,ani nble to be up most of tho time. Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrow havo a boy three weeks old. Miss Jessie Brown of Gilhs Mills visited Miaa Minnie Par n ell last week. Little Jewell Cherry of Lawry- villo is very siok with fever. Mrs. Synthia Tackcr and eon Tom visited tho family of Mr. Mathews Sanday. Mrs. Eli Cherry, one of Lowry- villo'a clever women, visited Mrs. Rome and Luther Porter last week. Miss Mary Lakey has had the fever. Will Morrow has two sick children, Bud Covey is ou tho sick list. Jim Gaun, who had a' long spell of typhoid fever is able to be out. Mrs. Joe Gann who has typhoid fever is better. Sallie, the little daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. luther Porter has been quite sick but ia able to bo up now. Mies Jennie- Johusou who has had typhoid fever for several weeks is able to be up. II. M. Dicksou visited his father on Turkey creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brown Covey and baby attended church at Wards Sunday. Mrs. Rachel Pickens bai a working on her house Saturday. I would bo glad to 6ee some items from Walkers college. . "Wishing the Courier much success. CECEL SOBEELTOr. Boxelder. J:m Stratttm is improving from a cate of fever aud ia all smiles because its a girl. W. M. Strattou has been very sick with lagripp. L. D' Irwin and wife were the guests oi Mr. J. W. Rowsey Sun day. G. T. Surratt aud family were the guests of Mrs. Elsie bnrratt Sunday. Tho infant son of Win. Swiue.i died Tuosday of scarlet fever. E. E. Kemp came near losing his wagon and team last week. While crossing the irou bridge on the Ledbettcr farm it beiug in the night and the bridgo slick bis team began pushing each other. One wheel ran off pulling one mule off. It would have been a total iocs had it not been that the stay rods held them . untill tbo team was loosed from the wagon. Tho three year old son of Mr. Jim Wilson died last week with diphtheria. Sakbo. Job Couldn't Havo Stood It If hcV. had Itching Piles. They are terribly nnnoyLig; but Buck len's Arnica Salve will cure Use worst of piles on earth. It'r cured thousands. For injuries, paius or odily eruptions, it's the best sol j in tho world. Prici 25 cents is box. Cute guaranteed. Sold by druggist. For sale by J. K- Bavlow A. 8. GiUGCir, ATTOliXEY-AT-LAW, Savannah, Tenn. Will Practice in the Courts of this and ad joining Counties; also in the Supreme Court. rromt attention will be given all business en trusted to me. Office Over Koss Bros., Stork. TAKB YOUR WORK TO THE SAVANNAH LAUNDRY, L. L. MARKS, Prop. Coats and Pants Cleaned, Pressed and Dyed. All work guaranteed. to-South Side Public Square. Clifton High School ...WILL OPEN,.. SEPTEMBER 3, 1900 continue NINE MONTHS, Iutrui'tions Thorough in nil Depart ments. Tl)ITION:-lst, 2nd, and 3rd Header grades per month $ 1.25. 4th and 5th Reader grades. .. $ 1.50. Teachers' Courso for Prima ry Schools, per month. . ..... $ 2.00. Teachers' Course- forSecondary Schools per month $ 2.25 to $2.50. Higher branches not exceeding $ 2.75 For other information call on or address, II. J. COX, Principal, Clifton. Tennessee. J. It. Hit t had a very narrow escape from instant death at his mill Monday. While backing the carriage the saw got off tho man dril and flow past him, grazing his breast aud buried itself iu a post. One of the teeth lightly lacerated Mr. Hilt's arm and tho fiicrht that followed put him iu bed for a while. .Tnlin T. Hardin na.vs cash for all kinds of country produce, i large or small lots. No other pills can equal I)e Witt's Little Early Risers for promptness and efficiency. J. K, Barlow. If you want the on wheel, buy the best wagon Stiulebaker. . Ut wall to know that De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will heal n burn and stop the pain at once. It will cure eczema and skin diseases and ugly wounds und sores. Counterfeits may be offered yon. Seo that you get tho original DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. J. K. Barlow. Fall Millinery. Miss Jessie Archer has arrived and is opening np a large stock of Miliioery Goods. She will have her trimmed hats on exhibition tho last of next week. Sidney J. Clifton sent the Cour icr three months to his brother, Ji.Il. Clifton, nt Jloans Prarie Texas. If vou really want to know tow Arch Walker won the quarter off Dave Furris just ask him. If vou want a erood, reliable Watch, guaranteed, go to Bar low's for it. . Do not get scared if your heart troubles you. Most likely you suffer from indigestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Curo digests what you eat and gives the worn out stom ach perfect rest. It is the only preparation known that complete ly digests all classes of food; that is why it cures the worst cases of indigestion and stomach troubles after every thing else has failed. Jt may. be taken in all cone. lions and cannot help but do you good. J. K. Barlow. Lend Salo. W. A. Hardin, elals vs Martha Jane Ctit- tendon. In Chancery Court of Hardin county Tcnnesssc. l!y virtue of a decree of the County Court in the above stated case. I will at the court house door in Savannah, Tenn bell on Saturday the 3rd day of November 1900 sell to the highest bidder at public outcry for 1-3 cash and balance on n credit of twelve months a tract of land belogning tc the estate ol Jamas A. Harrison contain ing about 155 acres, :lying in the old 71I1 district ol Hardin county lenn. A. A. Watson Clerk Nonresident Notice. A. N. Mount vs. Lone Knicht I.tunber Co In this cause it appealing from affidavit that defendent, Luni Knight Lumber Com pany, is a Non Kesident of the state of Ten nessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be be served on him and that the property of said defendent has been attached it is therclore ordered that publication be maue in tne havannali Courier, a news pa per published in savannah, lenn., for four consecutive weeks requiring said defendent bong Mni;ht lAimber lOinpany to appear at tne court nousc in avannall on the 3 day of October 1000 and make defense it said cause or the same will be pruc.dti with exparte. This September 24 1900. John 1. Hardin J. V. George Farris is still limping from tho offects of a mashed foot. A barret of salt gave him the trouble. . N. It. Wade of the Becond dis trict sends tho paper to his broth er at Mountain View, Ark,, Pure drugs, Patent Modi Stationery. &c. at Bar low's. B. F. Sloan of Saltillo showed his smiling face at our aanatum Monday. J. W. Cook of Economy iu to see us Monday. was It happened In a Drug Store. ''Ono day last wiuter a lady came to my drug storo and asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have in stock "savs Mr. C. It. Grandiu of Ontario, N. Y. "She was disappointed and wanled to know what caugh preparation I could recommend. I said to her that I could freely recomend Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy and that sho could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a fair trial if sho did not find it worth tho money to bring.i hack the bottle and 1 would re fund the price paid. In a day or two the lady caino back in comp any 'with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy Chambcrlin's Cough Remedy. I consider that a very good recommendation for it." The remedy owes its groat popu larity and extensivo snlo to iho personal recommendations 0 f peoplo who have been cured by its nsc. It is for sulo by J. K. Burlow. Paulks. We are having a great deal of sickness. Cotton picking and sorghum making are on a boom. Mr. Green and family of Cerro Gordo visited W. U. McMahan and family Sunday. Messrs. Watt Hall and TittB Wolf and MiBses Coruie Hall and Edna Black attended conference at Lexington, Tenn., last week. Quite a number ot our young people enjoyed a singing at N. W. WatsWs last Sunday aferuoon. Mr. Arthnr Maddox has gone to Jackson to visit relatives for a few days. Mr. Miltou Browii of Koss was loeking after his iutorests hero Sunday. The good peoplo of this com munity will nivo a ' supper at Berlin school house nest Satnr day night, Oct. lit). We want evtry body and all their friends to com 0 ItOJIFO. &1 Jd pi H M 8 m m i m m m m m wi- it! m UftbfVG Have just come. Come ilrsl; and ct ilrst choice. Yes! we have Jakeisi'or the little folks 10 0 m We received 25 Wilson airtifihthea- tors, known as the best Stove made. No trouble to keep lire for hours, and consumes less fuel than any other Stove made Lots of New Furniture Seven dozen new Brooms Come and get one for locts. m m m m m m The people have found where to get . cheap and good Shoes and how they are carrying1 t hem out is no joke Shoes bearing this Vrf Mark are best to Wear. i--r-4 k stock of Now Goori m m Kespctfully, D. J. HUGHES GROCERIES Wo make a specialty of groceries ami handle the following articles which are of superior quality. Try thorn. Crown Roast Coffeo Buffalo 3-lb package Rice Palmetto canned Peaches and Pears Ilinzes Key Stone Preserves . IIinz.es pure Apple Cider Vinegar Walter Baker's Chocolate and Coco Royal Seal canned Rolled Oats Ross Bros, "Favorite" Flour Tho above articles never fail to please. We will in a few days receive our canned goods for tho fall and winter trado, which will bo the most complete line ever brought to Sa vaunah- Thanking the public for past favors and soliciting future business, we are, Very Truly ROSS BROS. &CO. UNDERTAKING 13. I'. ODENEAL, who has a stock of undertakers goods in the Williams Block, is prepared to 11 11 orders for both Caskets and Coffins, oE nil grades, on short notice. His prie: find ou ercani'matioa. are low, as yo:i will The Poultry Doctor. If you arc interested in Poultry by nil means send 25 cents in postage stamps to tho Associat ed Fanciers. 400 3rd. St. l'hiladeipha, Penna., for their new book, on the diseases of poultry. Although comparatively small it is so concise, terse aud lucid as to be of great value to the breedsr of poultry. It show how to manage and rear fowls how to detect their different ailments, and how to treat them by either allopathic or homoeopathic reme dies. It is from the pen of Mr, John E. Diehl, the well known American Poultry Association Judge, one of the highest author ities ou poultry. Dr. W. II. Lewie, Lawrence villo, Va., writeK "I am neing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure iu my prnetic and find it an admirable remedy." Many hundreds of tilivsicinns depend "upon the nse of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in Stomach troubles. U digests what you eat and allows you to eat all the good food you need provided you do not over load your stomach. Gives instant re lief and a permanent cure. J. K. Barlow. . McGee's Backache and Kid ney dire Will cure you of backache, Kidney disease, bladder affections, otc. It is tho best treatment known for theso troubles. You will Q'i tio worth of your money, For salo by J. K. Barlow . Registration Notice. Tho ItegUtration books for the 4,r,aud 8, District of Hardin county Tennessee will bo opened at their respective places .011 the 13, 15, and 10 of October, 1900 for the purpose of registering all voters who have not been registered. O. L. Smith, J. II. Maddox, J. F. Lassiter, Commissioners of Election B. P. ODENEAL 0 f PIANOS 0BGANS are exclusive representatives for the largest three factories in America, and are selling PIANOS and ORGANS at very low orices, for cash. Stuynesant or on easy payments. Special Royal Krcll Werber and inducements to Churches and Mi ir.oro fr-tlts ciw IV.'.i. Browu's Qk3 Ufcbca School Sboea. Schools on the Word-famed Others ESTEY ORGANS. Write us, nix mao and we will save you money. PlANUb Full Description, Catalogue, Finest Prices, and Terms cheerfully sent on application. Miss Sarah Rowsey, of Hurley, Tenn., is our authorized representative. Line in the South Estey Farrand and Yotey ORGANS Best made on earth PIANOS. ORGANS No. 2IO N. Summer St. Nashville, Tenn. XL- Southern Norma! School, 8 v v mm rm mmm n nnra Ons Thousand Students Will bo In Daily Attendance Durin? tho Comln? Year. I iW UKnltEnS nf t;-.c I a:llnjj Pbofbstosa i. era rrr-T?- x lira tuiht: l'rlmur.T. Knitlili, T'wliTn', I'iv;.'' 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