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THE COLUMBIA JiWliALD: FIJI DAY', APItIL L 1SDT.
EVERYBODY
i
S"
Handsome Souvenirs
for
OUR CORRESPONDENTS.
(Continued from Third Page.)
HAMPSHIRE.
Hampshire, Mar. 29. Well,
I suppc
ch afro
pose
it is needless for us to say much
bout
the hard rains, except that the creek
was high enough to carry off both foot
logs and all the fences within reach.
The farmers are making good use of
their first opportunity to plant corn.
Mr. Ellas Dodson has gone ou a visit
to hia old home at Linden.
Rro. Beasley tilled his regular ap
pointment at this place Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock.
Mr.Otey Thompson has gone into the
mercantile business in Mt. Pleasant.
Elder Will Morton, of the Christian
church, will preach at this place next
Sunday night, April 4. Everybody
come.
Miss Beulah Brooks opened school at
Pisgah this morning.
The Epworth League will have a busi
ness meeting the first Wednesday night
in April.
Miss Fletcher Fariss of Columbia, has
returned homo after a protracted visit
to relatives at Hampshire.
Mr. Tom Walker of Lynnville, paid a
living visit to relatives hero last week.
The health of this community ia very
.good at present.
Mr. Sam Worley made a short visit to
home folks last week. He is going to
school in Mt Pleasant. Elaink.
SANTA FE.
Santa Fk, Mar. 30. The farmers have
been very busy since the big overllow,
building back their fences, which were
almost entirely destroyed along the
water courses.
The roads are almost impassable in
many places, having boon washed into
great holes, by the recent flood.
Rro. Owings preached an excellent
sermon on third Sunday, at the M. E.
Church, from Prov. xiv. 32, "The wick
ed is driven away in his wickediiess;
but the righteous hath hope In his
death."
We are glad to know that Mrs. E. A.
Walters, of this place, who underwent
a very painful surgical operation, is do
ing as well as couiu ne expocieii i nu
writing. The operation w as performed
by Drs. Pillow and Padgett of Colum
bia. We are very sorry to learn that Mrs.
Jeff Pigg, who has been confined to the
house for six or seven months, is no
better. ,
on last Wednesday night Miss Maude
Gaskill, third vice-president of the Ep
worth league, with her committee, had
a very interesting programme. Miss
Mattie Witherspoon, Merideth Cook
and others read the scripture lessons;
select reading by Misses Rebecca Ad
kisonand Pearl Uaskill, after which
Jtev. N. R. Owings made a very able
talk on the "extent of the kingdom.
Miss I ahi Overall was visiting Mrs.
J. E. Satterfield last Sunday, and at
tended services at the C. P. Church.
Rro. Dale filled his regular appoint
ment last Sunday. Text, 1st Cor. ix-U;
"Aud Everv Man that Striveth for the
Master is Temperate in all Things.
Rro. Patton preached a splendid ser
mon at the Raptist church on last Sun
day night from Eeclea. xii-1; "Remem
ber now thy Creator in the Days of thy
Youth." We hope the sermon wiL prove
beneficial to all the young people.
Miss Pearl Gaskill, who has been quite
sick, we are glad to kuow U convales
cing. '
c i ti.o "Made lantern
man of your city, entertained the young
ATTEND
Every Lady.
people at the academy last Tuesday
night.
Prof. P. W. Dodson. county superin
tendent of public instruction, was here
last week notifying the school directors
of a prospective meeting on April 10th,
for the purpose of giving proper instruc
tion concerning tne employing oi teacn-
era for the fall schools. eritas,
SPRING HILL.
Spkinu HilU Mar. 29. The Centen
nial entertainment at Reechcroft school
Fridav night was well attended and
grealy appreciated. The programe was
very tine and rendered well.
Dr. Lambuth. the missionary secre
tary of the Methodist Church, South,
preached at the M. E. Church Sunday
at 11 o'clock. Hia text was, Actsi-8:
"Rut ve shall receive power, after that
the Holy Ghost is come upon you, and
ve shall be witnesses unto me, both in
Jerusalem and in all Judea and in Sa
maria and unto the uttermost parts of
the earth."
Dr. Lambuth delivered a lecture on
Japan in the evening at the C. P.
Church. The audience heard Commo
dore Perrv knock at the gates of the
Ilmid Empire, and soon they saw him
enter, receiving the benediction of new
and loving friends. Scientific, artistic
and business improvements were noted
in anick succession. The need of the
irosnel and its regenerating influence
was clearly presented, many hearts
felt a warmer sympathy for Japan than
ever before.
The Nicholson school, of which Mrs
. . . f . . . I . . . . . . 1 . .,Hi,.njn nlnnarl I . . i fr
week as the public school building, for
a three months term. Mrs. Latham is
indeed a fine educator, and we welcome
her in our midst.
It was with sorrow that we learned of
the death of a noble young christian
lrt.lv. Miss Jennie Jordan, of Carter's
Crwk. formerly of this place. Wherever
she lived she found many friends. She
was one so sympathetic and gentle that
all loved ner, out, momer, sisier ami
friends, your loved one is gone from
earth. It won't be long until (iod will
send the message to you to come up
hiirhor. Let the light of heaven that so
liirhtlv shone on dear Miss Jennie's
face showing her willingness to go
nrl that all was well be a comfort to
thp grieved relatives. She has entered
Into the glorv of the blessedness of
those who dio in the Lord. "Precious
in thn sight of the Lord is the death of
hia saints."
MOWI).
Mown, Mar. 30. While the rain drops
natter on the roof methinks 1 see
long faced farmers rise with to-mor
row's sun. only to find the ground too
ui in nlunt the lonir talked of crop.
Mrs. Eula Royce is visiting Mrs. Rass-
hamatthis writing.
Mrs. (J.N. Fitzierald is on the sick
Hit.
Miss Hula Walters visited relatives in
Santa Fe last week.
' were sorrv to hear of the death of
Miss Jennie Jordan, which occurred
Sunday morning at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. C. S. Nichols. e truly sym
pathizio with the bereaved ones.
"One by one we cross the rlvor.
One bvone we're pnsli)K over"
comes to our mind when we stand by
newly nude graves.
It is said that the new telephone wire
will soon be extendei to mis ptace.
uv. s. M. (iupton will begin a series
of meetings at Theta next Sunday
nlo-ht.
Miss Forest Walters, after a protrac
ted visit to friends near Franklin, has
returned home.
The cottage prayer-meeting will be
held at the residence of S. M
this week.
(iupton
Mr. Kd Ragsdale, of Franklin,
visited
tiomeroiks since our lart.
Little Herniee Dodson is quite sick
at
mis riling.
With best regards to the IIkuai.p
family, I remain the same. Sylvia.
GLENN'S STOKE.
Glenn's Stokk, March 2it. After so
much rain we have had one week of
fair weather, which was very acceptable
to the farmers. Everybody is liusy
breaking ground and planting corn.
Oat sowing is about completed.
The sick, we are giau to report, are
improving.
Mr. and Airs. . i . Mepnenson are on
the sick list. We wish for them a
speedy recovery.
we are giaa 10 near nai Airs. 11.
Grigsbv. of Spring Hill, is very mnch
improved, iiopo she win im wen soon.
tilenn s tuapei I'ipwortn league mei
and had a nice literary entertainment
at the residence of Mr. T. W. Stephen
son on Thursday night, the 2."th.
Kev. Mr. Duncan titled his regular
appointment at menu's Chapel yester
day to a large congregation.
The young people of Mt. Carmel have
organized aChristian Endeavor Society,
which meets semi-monthly on JM-iriay
night.
Mr. It. 15. Grigsby, of Columbia, and
his sister, Mrs. Gardner, of Nashville,
are with home folks.
We are sorry to hear of Dr. Lee's
illness. IU'mi-ki.sti.chkx.
CATHEY'S I'KEEK.
Cathky's Crekk, March 211. Miss
AmiiA Mai Cathev has returned home
after a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs.
R. C. White, of Means Creek.
Dr. and Mrs. J. . Cummins visuea
friends in Tot ties Rend last week.
The farmers are very busy replacing
their fences that were destroyed by the
big rise on the creek last week.
Mrs. 11. S. ivrencn ami ciumren, oi
Atlanta. Ga.. have returned home alter
a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. J. R.
IVlllreil. xM in. rviuiicii . vi
her as far as Nashville, where she will
visit her brothers, Mack and Fred
Alicanda. , , . ,
Mrs. W. II. Willis, ot Astiwoou, visuea
friends here last week.
Lila Mai Houser, of Shady wrove, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Anna Raker, at
this writing.
Rro. Derryberry tilled his regular ap
pointment at Southpoint the 4th Sun
day. .
Miss Macca Cummins, or jouics
Rend. is the guest of Mrs. J. . t urn-
mi na at this writ ill IT.
Miss Mamie Green is visiting irienas
at A all wood.
Wh havn no marriages to report, out
if rumor is true we will hear the sound
of wedding bells soon.
T have written what few items I had
gathered, and will now close, promising
f t ils pseanes tne waste usskci iu
write again. Many good wishes to all,
A1.1SUJ.
IIAMI'SIIIKK.
Hampshire. March 29. This rainy
Mondav afternoon, we shall attempt to
contribute something more from this
ilnjA to the columns ot the herald,
' . . i i ..... i i
1 arm WorK is progressniK in
our nclshoornooa. on account ui no
much rain. The recent rains did con
siilprahln damage to many farms and
fences, so fencing was the worn oi
inn n v farmers here last week.
Rev. William Morton will preach at
the school-house in Hampshire the first
Hnndav in April, at 7 P. m.
Upv. Mui-Dhv. of Wavne county, will
preach at the residence of R. J. Kail,
near risiran. me iourwi ouuunv m
April, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Nimnav.scnooi was reorgnuizeu i
. i ! 1 .
Pisgah vesterday.
Mr. Otey rnompson is now m iiie
mercantile business at Mt. Pleasant.
We wish for him all the success that is
possible for him to attain.
1 .... I U'lllina had rptlll-npM
home after a protracted visit to relatives
in Columbia. . .
Mr. Ed Higgins, of Ridley, was with
the young people of this vicinity yes
terday. Miss jieuian jirooKs, oi nutsnci b
Rranch, opened a subscription school
at Pisgah last Monday.
The directors of the 30t h school dis
trict have purchased alot near Pisgah,
on which to build a school-house, 'lhey
are contemplating building very soon.
LOCO AND JAMESON.
Loco. March HO. As news is scarce I
cannot promise many items this time.
About all we can hear is the damage
done by the 1lood.
Misses nrusy liunt ana .Maggie .Mc
Meen, of Spring Hill, visited Miss Hat
tie Rass last week.
Master Erie Orav is still sick from
the effects of the measles. Wo hope he
will soon recover.
Mr. Johnnie Jameson is planting
corn. Who can Deal nun lor eariy
planting?
Mrs. M. Oakley, of Carter's Creek,
visited Mrs. 11. Uray last week.
Another wee Miss has come to glad
den the home of Mr. Lee Rountree.
Mr. W. Anderson preached a good
sermon at Reech Grove Sunday.
Mr. P. II. Southall, who has been
sick for a long lime, is much improved.
"Gipsy Blair" requested all the corres
pondents to ten now long tney nau
been in the Hkkald family. I will say
that I have been writing about five
vears. although not regularly.
1 feel proud of our dear old n kralp,
and I hope it may continue to prosper
and spread its bright news abroad.
Mrs. Elvira Hastings, who has been
sick for sometime, is still indisposed.
Mr. Marshall, of Franklin, is visiting
Mr. P. H. Southall and family.
We are soon to have a telephone run
ning from Columbia py Jameson to
Theta.
Mr. C. Anderson is quite sick with
the measles.
Miss Hattie Rass, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. J. II. Thompson,
left for her home at ijenanon this week.
We were verv sorrv to hear of Miss
Jennie Jordan's death. She was a good
christian girl, and to know her was to
love her.
Wishing all the correspondents much
success, 1 remain, mykt.
CARTER'S CREEK.
Carter's Crekk, March 30. With
sadness we announce the death of Miss
Jennie Jordan, which occurred at the
home of Mr. C. S. Nichols, on March 2s,
at seven a.m. She has been a mem
her of the C. P. Church for
fourteen vears, and to the time of her
death lived an exemplary christian life
she was a strict reader or the HiDle, and
her delight was in the law of the Lord
While the grim monster, Peath, is no
respecter of persons, he did not come to
ner unexpecteaiy, or nna ner unpre
pared for his call. She had been con
fined to her room for more than three
months. To be released from her pain
of long and weary waiting in sickness.
and to be present with Him in that glorv
land, where pain, sickness, and death
are no more, was to her a consoling
thought. To know her was to love and
admire her. Many friends followed
her remains to their last resting piace
at Lasting Hope Cemetery. Funeral
services were conducted at Lusting
Hope Church March 2!t, by Kev. W. T.
l)nle and T. J. Dixon. We will all miss
her; her place cannot he tilled. Mother,
sister, cherish her memory; relatives
and friends, emulate her example, and
strive to meet all the redeemed of God
around the great white throne.
Miss Joe Foster is visiting Miss Annie
Lou McKay, near Spring Hill.
Miss Nettie Gray, of Santa Fe, is
spending several days with Mr. John
McMeen and family!
Miss Lily Roberts, of Columbia, was
the guest of Mrs. Joscphene Mangrem
last week.
Miss Annie Meroney, of Dark's Mill,
was with friends here the first of the
week.
Mr. (i. W. Nichols and son, Rurnett,
of Livingston, Ala., 'were here this
week.
Mrs. C. K. McMeen has returned from
a visit to her son, at Roberts' Mend.
Mr. . Miller Jameson, of Nashville,
is expected home Saturday afternoon to
spend a few days.
Mesdames S. 11. Nichols and Will
lieel are on the sick list this week; we
hope ere this goes to press they will be
their bright selves again.
For "Gipsy lilair's" special benefit.
will say I have been trying to write for
the "Hkkald"' for more than three
years.
MT. VIEW.
Mt. View, March 30 As there Is no
correspondent from this part of the
county, I shall, if permitted to join tho
iikrai.p ramiiv, endeavor to give the
items occasionally.
The health of this community is ver
good at present, with the exception of
Mrs. R. S. Cowsert, who has la grippe.
Mr. Milton Molloy, who attends
school at Lebanon, will preach at the
C. P. Church the second Sunday in
April.
Miss Mai Cowsert, of Franklin, and
Miss Ora Cowsert of Godwin, are visit
ing relatives at this place.
Mrs. Lucy Rond is on an extended
visit to relatives at Franklin.
M iss Ida Mangrem, formerly of this
vicinity, but who now resides near
Rally Hill, was recently thrown from a
horse and seriously Injured.
Mr. W. T. Cowsert, who has been
visiting his parents, has returned to his
home in the "City of Rocks."
Mrs. Tennie Campbell has been visit
ing relatives at Nashville.
Master Tyree Holland is sick with
measles; also little James and Nora
McMahon.
We are glad to say Mrs. E. B. Grigs
by's health is improving.
If this escapes the waste basket, you
will again hear from, Vekkna.
BHillYYILLE.
Riohyvii.i.k, March 30. Death hag
again visited our midst, and claimed
for its victims Mrs. McMaury, an aged
lady who was much respected and
beloved by all, and little Irene, the
thirteen-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Stockard, leaving the home
desolate and the parents broken
hearted. We deeply sympathize with
the bereaved ones.
Rev. Mr. Powers preached an excel
lent sermon at this place Sunday to a
large congregation. Quite a number
of visitors were in attendance, among
whom we noticed Mr. and Mrs. John
Dickson, Misses Mattie Willis, Anna
Stone, Messrs. Winlield Harris and Ed
Stone, of Timinor.s.
Misses Minnie and Blanche Bryant
visited friends at Culleoka last week,
returning the latter part oi tne week.
Messrs. Houston Thomas and Albert
Boyd were in Nashville on business
one day last week.
Mr. J. W. Farrls has returned from
Lawrence, where he went on a trading
expedition.
W. J. Thomas, our popular and oblig
ing merchant, was in Nashville seveial
days last week, purchasing his spring
stock or gooas.
Mr. Ashley Moore has moved from
this place to Sunny Side.
We regret to learn that Terry Max
well met with a painful misfortune
die playing at school; he accidently
dislocated hia ankle, wnicn is giving
him great pain.
Dr. K. S. Ilowlett leaves in a few days
for New York to be absent two months.
Dr. Ilowlett will bo much missed, both
socially and professionally.
Fanners are busy planting corn and
potatoes; some have planted their gar-
d311S.
Little Laura Mai Pender Is not at all
well; hope, however, she may soon re
cover. As ever, HjLMRa.
BROADVIEW.
Broadview, Mar. 30. On the night of
March 2", W7, the death angel entered
the home of Mr. and Mrs. t rank Stock
ard and triumphantly bore away the
spirit of their daughter, Irene, to the
realms or that rest that remains lor the
people of God. Irene was 12 years, 1
month and 'Jl days old. Interment at
Glen wood. We extend our sympathy
to the hereaved family ana relatives
M rs. Mc.Manrv died at, the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Rill Wells, last Mon
dHy. She was buried at McCains Wed
nesday at 11 o'ciock. l'eace to ner soul
Miss Kate Hugger, who has been
unite sick, is able to return to school
1M rs. Florence segraves ana aiiss laiey
McKissick visited their sister Mrs. Kate
Dugger Sunday.
Mr. Joe m. Foster, tne herald man
was here last week in the interest of the
Hkkald. Come again Mr. Foster.
Miss Kate Wells of Yokley.is visiting
at her granaiatners, JMuer w. ai
Murphy.
The relatives and friends of the Gar
rett family t will meet at the Garrett
graveyard next Saturday to clean it off
Mr. John Murphy came home from
Nashville last week and spent several
days here.
Mr. Perry Payne of Columbia, will
erect a nice monument at Mr. Almon
Dngger's grave to-day.
The peach trees are in bloom now-
looking nice; think we'll have a good
crop.
Miss Mary L. Segraves has been quite
sick with the measles.
There was a largo crowd at the En
deavor Sunday night. Messrs. Rill Gil
mer and Willis Howard made splendid
talks.
We w ish to express our sympathy to
-.1 ; i a . j . L. ' . 1.1 , ... .'l.
our euuor in llie suu uuuni in ins miner
Rrunettk
SOUTH EAST SIDE.
Mrs. Will Pilkilton Is visiting
relatives at Wllliamsnort.
Mr. Will Dugger, of Htiversville
was visiting Mr. W. N. Wilson and
family the first of the week.
Mrs. W. 8. Tucker, after a pleas
ant visit with relatives at Mt. Pleas
ant. has returned home.
Mr. A. F. Brown shipped on last
Tuesday to Mr. Thomas at Knox
ville, a very fine Jersey heifer. He
also shipped a young; cow to Mid
dlesboro, Kentucky, yesterday. She
had just made a test of 14,'t,' pound
or cutter in Beven days. Tramp
Garwood's SarsaparlUa for the blood
guaranteea to cure. a. a. rains
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frankhT smith,
(Successor to Lamb & Smith) Manufacturer of and Dealer In
FURNITURE, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND MOULDINGS.
Orders from dealers solicited and promptly attended to. Turning and Scroll
Sawing of every variety. Stair Railing, Ralusters, Aewell Posts.
have always on hand a large stock of Walnut and Dressed Lumber, Glazed
Sash, Doors, Rlinds, Etc., which I will sell on the most advantageous terms.
A full supply of Itriek always on hand.
jFRANK h. smith, COMJMKIA, TENX.
SHERIFFS SALE.
Ry virtue of a writ of venditioni ex
ponas, Issued to me rrqm the Honorable
Circuit Court of Maurv County, Tenn.,
on the 8th day of March, Iml, In the
cause of M. J. Whitehead vs. T. M.
Whitehead and J. W. Dennett, Adm r.
R. S. Whitehead, I will on
Monday, April 13,1897,
at the Court-house door in the town of
Columbia, Tenn., within legal hours,
sell to the highest and nest bidder, for
cash, the reversionary interest or T.
M. Whitehead in Mrs. Martha White
head's homestead anddower, lying in
the 2Tth civil district of Maury County.
Tennessee, on the waters of Lit
tle Flat Creek, and bounded as fol
lows: On the north by the lands of A.
II. Moore, on the west by llatton, on
the east by S. I). Glenn, on the south
by Whitehead, and containing about 4o
acres.
This March 8th, ls'.tT.
marl2-4t LOVE WERR, Sheriff.
SHERIFFS SALE.
Rv virtue of a writ of venditioni ex
ponas, issued to me from the Honorable
Circuit Court of Maury County, Tenn.,
on the 8th day of March, 18ii7, in the
cause of J. VV. Rennett, Admr. R. S.
Whitehead, vs. T. M. Whitehead, I will
on
Monday, April 12, 1897,
at the Court-house door in the town of
Columbia, Tenn., within legal hours,
sell to the highest and best bidder, for
cash, the reversionary interest of T.
M. Whitehead in Mrs. Martha' White
head's homestead and dower, being in
the 2-r)th civil district of Maury County,
Tennessee, on the waters of Little
Flat Creek, and bounded as follows:
On the north by the lands of A. II.
Moore, on the west by llatton, on the
south by Whliehead, on the east by S.
D. Glenn, and containing about 45 acres
more or less.
This March 8th, 1807.
mar 12-4t LOVE WERB, Sheriff.
Re-openint of Biilinis.
Elvira Matthews et aL vs. John Voor
hies et al.
Pursuant to decree of the Chancery
Court at Columbia, Tenn., entered In
above styled cause at the January
special term, 18H7, at page 37, directing
me to re-open the bladings on the fol
lowing described real estate, to-wit:
Situated in the 9th civil district of
Maury County, Tenn., 2nd Ward of
II
jfiilillflufi
QQ
CORKER.
you. We have in the
Evans Two Horse Corn Planter,
Disc and bmoothing Harrows,
the City of Columbia, bounded North
by 8th street, East by Embargo street,
South by lot of Matilda Smith and West
by the Amelia Wilkes place now owned
by Eugene Pillow, fronting on 8th
street 80 feet. I will receive advanced
bids on same property until 12 in. on
Monday, the 5th day ot April, 1H07.
Said sale will be made on a credit of 6,
12 and 18 months, except the sum of
nftv dollars which will be required in
cash on day of sale, and in bar of the
equity of redemption. Note dated the
2iith l)ec, 8!Hi, hearing interest from
date with good personal security will
berequireri of the purchaser and lien
retained on the property as further
security. This March 12th, 17.
A. N. AKIN, C. A M.
Voorhies Fowler, Solicitors.
mrl2-4t.
LAND SALE.
II. R. Titcomb vs. Joe Rooker et al.
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Tenn.
In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, Tenn., made
at the January special term, IW7, at
page 27, in the above styled case, I will,
on
Saturday, the 3rd day of April, 1897,
in front of the Court-house door in Co-
lumbia, sell to the highest and best bid
der the property in said decree de
scribed, being a tract of land lying and
being in the civil district of Maury
County, Tennessee, adjoining lands of
O. W. Gordon et al. and bounded as fol
lows: North by the lands of (J. W.
Gordon et al.; on the east by theColum
bia and Lcwisburg road ; on the south
by the lands of Jim Holland, and on
the West by the lands of J. W. Frierson,
Guardian, formerly owned by Mrs. E.
M. Booker, containing 15 acres more
or less.
Terms of Sale: Said sale will be
made on a credit of 12 months, and in
bar of the equity of redemption. Notes,
drawing interest from day of sale, with
good personal security, will be re
quired of the purchaser, and a lien will
be retained on the property sold, as
further security.
This 12th day of March, 181)7.
A. N. AKIN, Clerk it Com'r.
W. B. Gordon, Solicitor. marl2-4t
ROBT. BERG,
Watchmaker and Jeveler,
- ...And dealer In
Watchet, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fine watch and Jewelry
reptlrlnf a specialty.
BthU Block, i COLCMB1A, TEXH
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