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THE COLUMBIA HERALD,. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1$, Mil.
tote m is C. WEBSTER TURNER GOES TO NASHVILLE MANIS KILLED WHEN i WILL BE WITH THE L. & N. RAIL ROAD IN THE REIGHT D. P" RTMENT. II FALLS ON HIM LAND SALE W. M. ' Mi-.'. rAI.:S H.Ai O-OiNAt-CE K.!AL R ". AD.r.C. MEMO Of uX ; f ifoUM CHICAGO STORM Biffle et al vs. Alice B. Kilpatrick et al In the Chancery Court at Columbia, Tennessee . Pursuant to a decree entered In the oKnuA of vIaiI -a 11 Webster Turner, who for the past GREAT DAMAGE DONE BY HEAVY JgVoon minutes at page 167, WINU3 IN IL.L.INUI9 VI I T , j J will, On , V SUNDAY. MONDAY, THE 6th DAY OF FEBRU , ARY, 1911, v , at 12 o'clock noon, at the court houe DEAD HAN IS UNIDENTIFIED 'door in Columbia. Tennessee sell to ... , the highest bidder, the land describ ed In said decree bounded and de- three years has been associated with his brother, E. P. Turner, In the gro cery business here, has accepted a po sition In Nashville where he will be associated with the Louisville & Nashville Railroad in the freight de- Four i.e AM;!n'.mtnti Anndunced partment. Mrs. Turner will leavo'dur-i F,n9 0verhead Metal Eb'T J I crIbed folloW8' to-wlt: General Dy nr. v-.-... lng the m()nth for Nashville, where ed Ly the wity Couc I-Adjourn to Bfle wm Joln nu8Dand Jan:.a, y , j Mr. Turner will be succeeded in the grocery store by Avent Looney. TIip city nr;cil Thursday night passed Ue iccolaiun placing a privi- -- . - 0 U AUffATTP lege tax rf SLOW on all persons who LfcN IKAL O I AMUU J bring Into s'ol.imbia for purpoes of SX, 1 XL? r QUARTERBACK tenting voice. The new ordinance pro- Small Sign and Ha May Die- dangers Lives of Many People, One . boundaries of which are as follows Man's Skull Being Fractured by a On the N. by S. J. Hunt and W. M. iJime; on tne .. oy wunam iurrpai- rick and Wm. Farris; on the a. oy J. K. Riffle and R. H. Thomoson: on the jUHiUAUU, Jan. 8. une man was w oy Wm. Jones and John Akin, con killed, one other fatally hurt and much talning 140 acres, more fully describ damage was done to electric singe d as follows: s i-irit iracx. and windows here today by a wind ! Beginning at a white oak stump, storm which struck the city son af-1 corner Cf 265 acre tract, and John ter noon. The wind, which came Bells s. E. corner; running thence from the west gained in velocity until "With Bell's line N. 2 deg. B. bpH poies lo a Drancn: tnence aown me Tides a an, of not less than teu dol- RED CLARK SPENDS, A FEW DAYS ft 3 o'clock a slxty-two-mlle gale wa. 64 g E. 14 poles, X.vZ lars nor not more than ?500 ror eacn in COLUMBIA WITH HIS .uiowuiB. lut, wm epi n uiu fleg a g. poiea, N. 79 deg, day that the sale is contlued wttnout tie, payment of this privilege tax. The resolution was originally intro- M OTHER. "Red" Clark, Central University's, point for some time, dropping tt 6 , E. 7 poles, N. 89 deg. E. with the o'clock to forty miles an hour, which branch and cross fence 74 poles to the weather bureau officials said would 'of Cathey's Creek; N19 deg. , W 4 fi-10 nolen. N. 22 dec. E. 10 Doles: ... .. . - . . - . . M.fnt.l. fl I ' ' W " - duced in the council Dy J. w. ueaman iamous quanerDacK, ten bunaay az- """f""1 uul" thence leaving the creek N. 70 deg. at the November meeting. 1 tern con for Danville, Ky., to re-enter The wind was accompanied by ajB. 27.36 poles to a black oak; thence Mayor Biddle announced the iesig- Central University. Clark was for one drop in temperature, the mercury fall-J S. 87 deg. E. 113 poles to'a set lock nation of J. B. Ashton from the dty season or part of season, quarterback ;tnf degrees above at 9 board of education, and appointed C. on the Columbia Military Academy clock to 16 degrees at nightfall. A with his line S. 1 deg. W, 26 poles to p. Adkisson in his place. Other ap- and displayed wonderful headwork in further drop to 10 degrees was pre-'a pin "oak, near his corner; thence nolntments announced were W. B. all of his games. When he entered dieted. !wlth said line of the 20 acre tract R Qreenlaw and f. O. Bennett, to sue Central University he went ln fc to ZTnZ o f hu of ' Tt Biffle". coVne'r tlence with ceed themselves, and William Boyd to make the team, and put up such a the thrld floor of a building on Hals- Wg Une R poleg w 65 32 poleg fill the unexeplred terra of John B. game that despite his light weight tead street was caught by the gale to mb corner; thence N. 79 deg. W. Oakes - there was no getting around handing and torn from its fastenings. In its 49 poles to his corner, with the set During the "month the city marshal's him the dope. His work at quarter Aop to the street the sign caught a! rock on the bank of the creek; thence report shows, there'have been Just on the 1910 footbal Iteam was to a "mailer sign and both fell with a JP aey V poifi, n. J6 JeJ thirty arrests, and) this includes the great extent fesponsible for the team crash. ' 1 'w. 10 poles, S. 60 deg. W. 30 pcles, number of hristmas celebrators. Of winning every game played. Clark Is An unidentified man was caught un-) S. 20 deg. E. 12 6-10 poles; thence the thirty two were declared not guil- In fine physique and promises to be der the larger sign and Instantly kill- i&avg-m? ! creex ana running mon& ty, and twenty-two were convicted, one of the best quarterbacks in the ed. Michael Morarity was struck '74 others were released. The collec- South nexi season.' ' the smaller sign. His skull was frac- 98 more or less. ; h - t The Tennessee Wagon. Best possible to produce. They satisfy every user. Made right, runs light, prices right. Our new Tennessee Wagon has no superior. With clipped gear, reinforced skeins, deep rims, thick tires on wheels, slip tongue, heavy gear brake, buy one and you make no mis-:, take. , . ' Oliver Chill Plows Six others were released tlons of the city marshal from fines, etc., amount to $98.95. The recorder's financial report shows that during the month there has been collected from all sources, $2,806.05; the annual financial raport of Recorder Brwin will be submitted at tbi' adjourned meeting of the coun cil on January 19. The annual budget still contains something like $1,400, and it is not thought necessary to make up a new ANOTHER OUT FOR 98 acres, more or less. tured and he received other Injuries ... ... ... second Tract. which It Is believed will prove fatal. , Containing 42 acres, ahd described Several others had narrow escapes.' aB follows: Beginning at Ursula A - , , -4 nuuiB comer iu me miuuie 01 me a. CnDmiTTrnnUT n WC B gn 1 1 6 Blackstone fork of Cathey's Creek and running OUT cKIIl l.INJJitIl 1 theatre was torn loose- and " op- thence with her line N. 80 deg. E. 4 ped to the ground, breaoklng a num- j poles to a set rock, her corner; thence ber of windows. and slightly Injuring- with her line N. 43 deg. E. 14 poles TnO FORRCOECT HOoT" ZcJ "eR FIELD FOR GOV.-ELECT HOOP- glass, windows were broken in many , 65 deg, R 39 ppe8 to a Lm(jen; thence ER'S FAVOR. V. ;'pf the big stores. ' with her line S. 87 deg. 27 poles to SELMER, Tenn., Jan. 9. Terry 'Ab s ' . The Vind caused such a storm on ' her corner, a set rock In a hollow 53 fakVthat no boats ventured out ns ,S- W "'om elm pointer; thence br ":7 J ernathy. superintendent of public' in-' nt fffi' rmt m.a,vora ner une in , a oxu one ror a time, ine voiecuuua iw, . . - r . ...v , poies to ner corner, one poie irom a the year amounted to over $60,000, ruction for McNairy county, Is an Wpt extra watch through the day, but buckeye pointer; thence S. 87 deg. w tho YnRpq of running the city applicant for State Superintendent," reported no boats in nedd of help. E. 60 4-10 poles to the S. E. corner; tut tne expenses ru ' and has already . filed many indorse- . ..J. '.thence S. 2 degW. with the E. were almost - as much, the balance boundary line 93. Doles to a set rock amounting to ments with Gov.-elect Hooper. Mr.. Abernathy was re-elected county su- MAY RECEIVE THE now in the treasury 7 T , , m-L .nm,r,i on Pti'intendent Jan. 2, 1911, for the fifth The financial committee allow! all ' ' the accounts which had been properly . approved as well as the salaries of the an d an ardent aupporter of Hrv-officers. The annropriatione for Gov.-elect Hooper and the independ-, 1Iazel McKee acccrding to the at tho street committee will he brought .J... While in in the E. B. line cf Wm. Biffle's 20 aero tract; uience witn a. b. Bims USE OF HIS EYE line N- 87 deg. W. 113 poles to a black oak, his coiner; thence with his line S. 7 deg. W. 27.36 roles to the middle of the creek, N. 23 Ms deg. E. 2' poles to, the beginning. Said Nashville next week attending the tending physician, Dr. J.. A. Edwards, lands are located about 10 miles from un at the next meeting, and the water - " win more inan.iiKciy recover tne use and lirht committee had nothing to Public Scho1 ufflcer's Association, on of hig left cyo which was 6hot by report" The lire committee renorted which occasion he will deliver the re- James Mc;hog recently. The boy al that the new hose for the city had ftr- 61,onse to the addrcs8 of Icome. he ready CiU1 us0 pye 6l5htlyi aai, af. rived, and the recorder was instruct- Wl11 push his candidacy. (Pr medical attention has cured up the i n i.lace insurance on it. . ! "T ' ' ; wound, it Is tt ought that the organ , Tbf council met at 7 o'clock, biit'T A KClti W)lXiTVtT !tan be .entirely cured. all of the aldermen did not arrive until about half an hour later. A full board was present for a part of the meeting. The council adjourned until Thurs day night, January 19, at which time tho further business which would have come before the c6uncil will be brought up for final action. CANOE DRIFTED AFTER OAR B80KE LAND SALE PENSACOLA RAILROAD MAN HAD j HARROWING EXPERIENCE j AT SEA. : Columbia, Tenn., on Cathey's Creek Said lands will be sold as a whole subject the widow's dower, which is described as follows: ; Beginning at a stake in the public road and in the west, boundary- line of A. B. BifJe's tract 45 roles, 22 links from the S. W. corner of said tract; and from which stako N. 57 deg. n at 21 links is a hackberry; and running thence with said lii?e and road N. 8 cleg. E. 35 poles, 9 links to a point, in a branch, the N. W. corner; thence with the branch 64 deg. E. 14 jjoles; thence N. 58 deg. E. 8 poles; thence N. SO dog E. 7 poles; thence N. 9 deg. E. with the branch, and then with the fence (stake at 71 poles 10 "links in all) 74 polos to the middle of the Hold the record of the world. Ex cellent merit, satisfied customers, old reliable, no new born imitation. Our No. 40 Walking Plow tarns' the earth up side down, does good work under all conditions. Have you seen our No. 11 Sulky Plow? Three horses pull it with ease, plows corners perfectly by a simple turn of a lever, point only 4CC; no expense ' to keep, it PLOWS, does not SCRAPE like a disk plow, come and see it. Every Purpose Harrow Just what its name indicates, does the work of a disk or smoothing harrow, works with a lever, can be adjusted in half minute, price $12.50. Wagon Harness, Buggy Harness, Horse Collars ' Made in Columbia. Builders Hardware, Cement, Fire Brick, Grates, Mantels. Paint and Oil, Sporting Goods FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS Are tonic in action, ciuick in re- R. A. Morrow vs. C. W. Wooly et al In the Chancery Court at Columbia, east fork of Cathey's Creek; thence Tennessee. down the creek N. 4 deg. K. 4 poles; Pursuant to a decree entered in' the1 thence N. VoV deg. E. 9 poles, 22 the result of being buffeted about at ; above styled cause at the October j links; thence leaving the creek N. sea in a small rowboat, John Daugh- Term, 1910, on minutes at page 211, I 86 deg E. 4 poles 2 links to a set PENSACOLA, la., Jan. 9. Almost , exhausted from hunger and exposure, j cults. A special medicine for ail Kia- . , Wiu on ney and bladder disorders. Mary u. - " "- 7, MONDAY, THE 6th DAY OF FEBRU- Abbott, Wolfeboro, N. II., says: "1 sion of the Florida East Coast Kail-J RY, 1911. was afflicted with a bad case of rheu-way near Sand Key, was brought here; at 12 o'clock noon, at the court luuise matism, due to uric acia mat my kiu- tonignt n the Dutch steamer Dord-. door In Columbia, Tennessee, sell to neys failed to clear out or my oiooa. Dauchertv was nicked n by I was so lame in my feet, Joints, and recnt- uaugnerty was picked up oy back that It was agony for me to 'the steamer last Thursday. Accord- Btep. I used Foley Kianey run ior mg tonis story ne was trying to cross three days when 1 was able to get up and move about and the pains were all gone.' This great change in condi tion I owe to Foley Kianey run unu a small channel when one of his oars was broken, and he was carried to sea. After twenty-four hours he gavj up the highest bidder, the land describ ed In said decree bounded and describ ed as follows, towit.: Situated in Giles and Lawrence counties, and bounded as follows, to-wit: on the N. by E..Barnett; E. by the Walter heirs: S. by Carroll: West by E. Bar- recommend them to anyone sugering hope of rescue, but the next morning as I have." BROOKS LATHAM he Bighted the Dordrecht. DRUG CO. 'nett; containing 40 acres more or less, elm, and N. 1 deg E. at 10 links Is rock; thence S. 87 deg. E. 15 poles to a set rock; thence S. 66 deg. E. pasing a forked hackberry fore and aft at 16 poles, in all 28 poles 5 links to the center of a spring; thence S. 64 deg. 50 min. E. 28 poles 8 links to a stake with pin oak pointer; 43 deg. E. at 10 links, Knox Biffle's corner; thence S. 24 deg. W. 43 poles 15 links to a set rock; thence N. 784 deg. passing a stake at 49 poles from which Nj 68 deg. W. at 7 links is an MAURY COUNTY'S CASES IN COURT FARMER IS DEAD, KILLED BY BOAR CIVIL APPEALS BENCH DECIDES TWO LCCAL CASES (AT SES SIONS FRIDAY. Tho case of Dr. J. O- Williamson vs. ASHEtTLLE, N. C, Jan. 9. Before aid ccmld roach him, Arthur Justice, ,T including a dwelling house and spring. This land is further known as the Roy Clinton place. TERMS. Said sale will be made for cash which will be required in cash on day of sale. Sale free from the equity of redemption. ' This the 6th day of January, 1911. A. N. AKIN, C. & M. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. HOG'S TUSK SUNK. INTO MAN'S LEG. VICTIM BLEEDING TO DEATH. Jack Nicholson, Complainant vs. Pell Xiclio'son, Defendant. Tn tho Ctrfv.1t Court of ATnurv r.nvnfv the International Phosphate Company 'ngej go, a farmer of the Pigeon river :. Tennessee. v,aa decided in favor of Dr. WHUum- section, Haywood county, bled to. It appearing from tho.aCldavIt filed sou. who had received a Judgment' joatb this afternoon after betas bit-i 1 " tl,is causo tb,1 defendant. Pel' . ,. .v. in..u.r rmirta. The ; i , i.. i.. . .. i, a ' Nichokon, is a non-resident of the i'1 l,VVV 14 v"- .j - v - ty. 11 uj i lyvei 1 uv i lie UJU Ul VU 6 lit was bior.,"ht by Dr. Williamson to ; feedinj. The animal attacked an elm, both marked as pointers, tame course in all 50 poles to the east fork of Cathey's Creek, Knox Blffle"a N. W. corner; thence up the creek S. 33 deg W. 8 poles 22 links; thence S. 5 W. 5 poles, 6 links; thence leaving the creek 87 deg. W. 103 poles 2 links to the beginning, containing 51 3-10 acres, more or lesB. " In addition to the above Is a tract of 50 acres of hill land belonging to the estate of A. B. EiSle, situated in Hunting season will soon be here, but we are already on, the grounds with the finest stocks of guns, the best kind for shooting qualities, double and single barrell guns, Stephens, Marlins and Winchester rifles, load ed shells, hunting -coats, etc. Foot ball goods, base ball goods, tennis rackets, etc. Furniture -S??V ; We are the only people here -who buy furni ture in VERY LARGE quantities direct from ' the manu facturer, this means very low prices to our customers. We have sold many of your parents their houskeeping outfits and you will find the same generous treatment if you give us a chance. . (to 1910 and 1911 Ranges ' " ' Which burn either wood or coal, give universal satisfaction, price from $25 to $35; also our Malleable Steel Ranges, prices from $55 to $65.00. Oil ,cook and heatingj3tov.es. Don't spend all of your money until you se our new pitock of Crockery, China, Glass Ware, Silver Ware, etc, just being! received from foreign and eastern markets. Remember we are the people who will save you money. Respectfully, V . ' - EWING ANSWER FILED TO BILL INCH ANCERY GUARDIAN MAKES DEFENSE OF HIS CONDUCT OF AFFAIRS OF ESTATE. Through Attorney W. C. Salmon, S. G. Dugger, as guardian of the three , . : No. 20 and 22, W. 7th St. Both Phones No. 73. Columbia, Tenn. v CATCH NEGRO FOR SUMNER SHERIFF BOB ADAMS, ACCUSED OF GAM ING, ARRESTED IN THIS COUNTY. children of John M. Sargeant, de- Bob Adams, a negro, was arrested deceased, has. filed an answer to the i Gallatin. The charge against him is 1 1 St.ne of Ter iisWo: ra Hint 1i r nrrlinn. Jus- :ry nrocess of law rainot be Kervor! nn- c licet roiiU!ts on certain phosphate tico from behinJ, burying its tusk? in on her; It is therefore ordered that l:.ivU, and he had been awarded the t;;e Jlcsj tf.0w the ri?ht knee joint J eho wake her personal arrcar:nc eid'2t The majority opinio.! was' Pad 6everin- tho main artery. Jus- ho1" cst term of this Cir , i . i i ii-Ar, uriM j i . . Jc,llt Court to bo held at Columbia on reuclorc-d by Judges Ukon, Uut.Lttice managed to get out of tte pea but tho third Monday Ma Februnry, is-11. and llissln. inl Judes HaI1 anl sank to the ground a short distance ! next, and plead, answer or demur to Favabcugh dissented. j therefrom. He edied from loss of , Lt-cal lawyers who attended the ses- blood before a physician reached him. sinns of the court were W. C. Salmon, j , , -. W. B. Greenlaw, E. H. Hatcher, and Itching piles provoke profanity, bnt W. C. TVhiHhome. 'profanity won't cure them . Doan's The case of the Middle Tennessee ointment cures itching, bleeding or Railroad Co. t. Gardner u also protruding piles after years of inf taken up. feting. At any drag store. the Complainant's bill, cr the same will be taken for confessed as to her and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in The Colum bia Herald. This 2nd January, 1911. S. A. HAS, Circuit Court Clerk. J. H. Dinnln. 6lt Solicitor ftr Complainant iand brought to jafi here by. James i.it -1 . . i i . . - - tn , . J , iriizgfiam, uu a cmirge uroiigm we line, which is cf little vrlue, but in- 'the estate divided, and for Mrs. Hasan jauthonties In Sumner count Sher" cluded in estimating ihe amount set 1 10 re!.eive her share of tl-e funds. Dug-i Carter' f that connty' Wil1 arrive amrt for dower. h . , today, to. take his prisoner back to SnM 5iio Ti-ni ho TYiftfip on a rrrrlit I having tlie fund s settled on i!ra of one-third which will bo required ;gcnt amounts to over tzn,m0, ccn in cnah on day of s.o. ae frre from ... , , , the, eritv of redemption. Xcks binr-:s!stl"S ctn of lf-nda 1'tcd in Ing interest from date of sale with Holmes county,' Miss. He lives at pood rersrnal security wil be revifed Sawdust Valley, in this county. In of the purchaser, and lkn retained to b;s wiu a prober of r.necial b30(5est3 secure the payment of the iurcha;;e uiorev. This the Cth day cf January, 111. A. N. AKIX, C. & M. were made, and the suit of JTr3. 'Ra gan is for a division cf tho residue. Cjtt LOOK FOR THE BEE HIVE EARTHQUAKE IN ALASKA On the packaeo when ' you buy Foley's Honey pnd Tar for coughs FAIRBANKS, Alaska, Jan. 7. Slight and colds. None genuine without earthauake shocks felt here between the Bee HiTe. Remember the nnroe, Foley's Honey and Tar and reject any substitute. BROOKS-LATHAM i RUQ CO. age. 4 and 4:0 this morning threw dishes from shelves, but did no other dam- KOoV'-S TH13T T.Ve oiler One Hurdred Dollars He ward for any vase of Catarrh that can not " cured bv nail's Catarrh C ire. F. J. CT1ENEY ft CO.. Toledo. O. W'f. the utidt-rsisned, have knova F. J. Cheney for the last 15 yesrz. and I believe him perfectly honorable in a.'l business tracsartions, and fioiinc'ally able to carry out any tbiu?aLitiua made by his firm. Wa'dlng, Klnnan & Mrv!r, Vholesal Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood" and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 7 So per bottle. Sold by all Drturrfsti. Take Hall's Itmliy Pills tor conitt patloo. - i 4. r.