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Phoenix National Bank
It is not what you spend, but what you save that counts. -:- -:- -:. Put your savings in this bank. -:- - LAYS STRONG HAND ON THREE EFFORTS TO SQUANDER COIN GOVERNOR HOOPER REFUSES TQ APPROVE MORE APPRO PRIATION BILLS. privilege on the attitude of the Gov ernor and others In regard to the matter. I 4 SIAU FAIR m ALSO DtAU Chief Executive Kills the Resolution Providing for Investigation of Al leged Bribery Charges in the House of Representatives. NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 6 Though there were only fifteen mem bers of the Senate present Tuesday i morning seven less than a quotum, 'two veto messages from Governor 1 Hooker wore read. These messages expressed Governor Hooper's disap proval of the appropriation bill or $jU,UU0 for fair purposes, ifiU.OOU for 4 tiie state rair at Ausnviue anu $J.u- .84rt.o-M IJU" l01' premiums at county fairs; m-. . 'and the appropriation of one-fourth of the gross receipts of the depart ment of agriculture for two years for jfuuheriiig education on agricultural 'subjects at the University of Tennes see. .No action could be taken on the P loenix N i i TWO BOYS DROWN IN MISSISSIPPI HICKMAN, Ky., June 30. An aw ful tragedy happened here this af ternoon, when Will Houston, aged 14, and Hoy Tucker aged 10, were both drowned In the Mississippi river. Several small boys had crossed the river to a bar on the Missouri ilde. Roy Tucker couldn't swim and was wading around, when he got out too far and stepped off into water forty feet deep. Will Houston saw him made a dash to get to him and save him and dived off. He could vwlm but neither ever came to the surface. It is supposed Tucker clung to him, holding him down, and the under-current carried them on. Both boys ; were well known. The river has , been dragged continuously, but uith-1 er body has been discovered. I Maury County Trust Co. j Office With MAURY NATIONAL, BANK Solicits the business of Executor under wills, Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, Agent, etc. Handles land notes, mortgages and collateral t loans. Organized with a view to the highest class service at minimum rates. OFFICERS K C. Church, President. C. A. Parker, Vice President. Jno. W. Fry, Vice President. VV.P. Ridley, Vice President. J. F. liruwnlow, Secretary. FARMERS BITTER AGAINST "GRAB" PATHFINDERS county i STATE HIGHWAY ARE GUESTS OF COUNTY eon the advantages of the were eloquently presented. The party left for ML Pleasant at 'about 2 o'clock this afternoon. The j following composed the Mt. Pleasant ! delegation: ; J. E. Anderson, W. J. Howard, C. COL. J. N. MERCNEY TELLS WHAT ILLEGAL PAY WILL COST THE PEOPLE. message. Tlie text of the message vetoing the ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEON AND ADVANTAGES OF ROUTE PRESENTED. Large Delegation From Mt. Pleasant Escorts the Members of the Com mission to That Point, Where They Hear Another Spiel. Pathfinders for the Memphis to jinstoi mgnway are me guests oi who had never been ln Maury county Maury county today. They are re- before were enthusiastic In praise of ''civing a royal reception, and are be-. tnis section of the blue grass region. 4-1, ,.J,,nn.Arl .P , " "" " JV. Johnson, J. A. Bostick, Dr. Clark,!"4", "1""" : 1 io me uonorauie memuers or j the Senate: ! "I herewith return Senate hill No. 724 without my approval for the rea- Dr. J. S. Hill, T. H. Alexander, Ed Tarpley, E. M. Kindel, C. W. Gilman, D. W. Shofner, F. M. Ricketts, Ernest Irwin, J. J. Gray, C. C. Ross,, Geo. Killebrew, and others. While of course the members of j the party would not in any way indi- cate what they would do with refer : ence to the location of the route through the State, it was plain that ' they were very much impressed with this country. Those of the party shown Fnlev Kirinpv Pills nro Rnprinllv ins tne road through Maury useful , all ailment8 and disorders P"H. nation. of the kidneys and bladder, because they are composed of ingredients Rnprinllv splprtpH for thplr rnrrar. i hirge delegation from the Maury u nf;nlin tonlc and stimulating effect upon these organs and the uri sons following: "This bill appropriates $50,000. of which $10,000 goes to the State Fair and $10,(00 to county fairs. "If the State were possessed of un limited funds, this might be a wise appropriation, but the State cannot i ,aiiurd to appropriate money that it I does not possess and will not acquire within the ensuing two years. "I think this matter should be con sidered by the General Assembly in connect ion with other matters o:' ap- I Honest Medicines Versus Fakes President Taft's recent message suggesting an amendment to the Pure Food and Drugs law in Its rela tion to Prepared Medicines, does not refer to such standard medicines as Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, 'and Foley Kidney Pills.both of which To lue Editor of The Herald: ;aie true medicines carefully com-1 Tlie farmers are busy as bees all pomuled of ingredients whose inedi-, tueBe bright warm days. Wheat final qualities are recognized by the threshing is now on in full blast, the medical profession itself as the best wHistle of the thresher engine can known remedial agents for the di8-,now ue heard ia a11 directions, the , eases they are intended to counter- railroad yards are crowded with wag iact. For over three decades Foley's 0110 loading the wheat into the curs 'Honey and Tar Compound has been,1'01' shipment. a standard remedy tor coucbs. colds UI' lc" ""UIC1!1 aiu i''i" i safely Btoro their wheat and although the mills have combined on a low and affections of the throat, chest and lungs for children and for grown persons, Pnd it retains to day its llke for wheat, yet most of the farm-pre-eminence above all other prepara- ei'B wil1 nave t0 sel1- The recent tions of its kind. Foley Kidney Pills nti,is llave improved the corn crops are equally effective and meritorious. alid Pastures some, but the extreme- 000 acres of the average wheat land of Tennessee io pay this reckless and criminal expenditure of the people's money. This would take one hun dred and sixty car loads of the farm ers' wheat, with no retain to them at all. So they hae a right to com plain. If we cannot in some way instill into the minds of the rising genera tions more patriotism, more love for country, a hikher standard for hones ty and more rotpect for the rights of others, it will not take an inspired Daniel to foretell stormy times and the ultimate failure of our Republican government. It is sad to contemplate, but the end is sure. The only safety is in the solid, honest, educated yeo manry of the country, and their warn ing voice should be heeded. J. N. MERONEY. -WOLDRIDGE CO. in ins. co.iiiiy and by way of Columbia. J lie party was met at Spring Hill tuuiii Board of Trade and escoited to Columbia where they were enter tain. 1 at the Hotel Bethel at lunch ,',! as the guests of the Board of Trade. i ioin Coiumbia the party was es coited to Mt. Pleasant by a commit tee from that city and also by repre sentatives of the Board of Trade of Columbia. The pathfinders, composed of the following, C. C. Gilbert, James Pal mer, Prof. Byers, Special Govern ment Agent CurtisB Atwell Thomp son, Prof. J. H. Bayer, Marion Rich ardson, J. B. Walker and Alf Wil liams left Nashville at about 9 "BEX w. HOOPER, Governor. "July 1,1011." Gov. Hooper also vetoed the House joint resolution providing for an in- MURDERS HIS WIFE THEN SUICIDES ly hot ground is needed, in mixing There is more Catarrh ln this 8cv tion of the country inan all other diseases put together, and until the weather is drying out the j last few years was supposed to oe In again very fast; more rain I eurable. For a great many years doc- lors pronounced it a local disease ana prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local among the farmers at nary passages. They are antiseptic, . vesiigation of charges of slush fund. antilithic and a uric acid solvent, Try them. WOLDRIDGE CO. FIFTY YEA' S IN SERVICE OF MASTER CARDINAL GIBBONS OFFERS UP A MASS OF THANKSGIVING IN LITTLE CHAPEL. BALTIMORE, July 3 In a little Governor's veto message fol- o'clock this morning. A delegation composed of the following from the ! chapel in a home where he at Hoard of Trade met the party at present visiting, and about fifty miles Spring Hill: President J. M. Dedman, from Baltimore, ardinal Gibbons to J. T. McKnight, Thos. B. Forgey, W. day offered up a mass of thanksgiv J. Webster, W. F. Anderson, T. J. 'ng in honor of the wrst momentus llobbs, Jno. Akin, F. R. Gamble, John event of his career. Today he com R.ihm, H. W Thomas and W. P. Er- Pletes fifty years of a successful wtu priesthood and twenty-five years as At Spring Hill the people extended cardinal and nominal of the Catholic a cordial welcome to the party and church in the United States. Kp,v,,H Mf,Mhm.niJ Mnvnr unehflfl This morning the Cardinal arose at headed the recention committee and his usual hour, 6 o'clock, and with a i of 1909 1910, .i... ,,. ., .t. 'rh sinerle assistant celebrated a me lonuwing were uiie wuica nuu ceived the party: Miss Susie Bell mass without any musical program, Moore. Mrs. Landon. Mrs. Wm. and with only the members of the Hughes, Mrs. William Cheairs, Mrs. household attending. John Wade. CoL John S. Brown al so ,n sainted From Spring Hill the party was o June 6, in which President Taft escorted through to Columbia and up- and other high government officials on arrival here s taken at once to participated, the religious celebra- the Hotel Bethel where an elegantly tion will be held at the cathedral next appointed luncheon was served. The , October. party was joined by the delegation from Mt. Pleasant At the lunch- Following the nonsectarlan demon stration here in the cardinal's honor Subscribe for The Herald. Our Promise WE promise efficient service,courteous treatment and ABSOLUTE SAFETY for your funds deposited with sn. Our business is enjoying a splendid growth. We need your business to help us to continue this growth. We will pay you 3 per cent, on your idle money. THE BANK OF SANTA FE The lows: "To the Honorable members of the House of Representatives I here by return House joint resolution No. 57, without my approval, for the rea son that t here is not sufficient time and has not been since its passage, for conducting such an investigation as therein contemplated. "BEN W. HOOPER, Governor" The Governor's veto on the Senate bill for the appropriation from the agricultural department follows: "To the Honorable members of the Senate I herewith return Senate bill No. 244 without my approval for the reasons following: "First Appropriations for an un certain and unfixed part of the re ceipts of the agricultural department should not be made for any purpose. "Second This bill carries an ap propriation that would amount to about $22,000, calculated on the basis of the receipts of the agricultural de partment during the biennial period This appropriation low I should be considered in conection with other matters of appropriation in view of my message of this date. "BEN W. HOOPER, Governor." "July 3, 1911." After the messages were read Sen ator McAlister made the point of order no quorum was present. His motion to adjourn carried by 8 to 6. Only one session of the body was held, Speaker Baxter presiding. Those present were, Senators Al bright, Bacon, Bass Boyd, Drau?bon, Hale, Hickerson, Hicks, Houk, Jones, McAlister, McFarland, Page, White and Speaker Baxter. The session in the House Tu?aday was comparatively quiet, Mr. Miller, of Marshall, being elected speaker pro tern, in the absence of Speaker Leach, who was unable to be pres ent on account of a death in his brother's family. The only spice to the occasion was exhibited in the dis cussion prior to sustaining the Gover nor's veto to the House resolution ap pointing a committee to investigate the charges made in regard to alleg ed "slush" fund. The authority of the Governor to veto a house resolu tion was questioned. Speaker pro lem. Miller ruled that a veto would be nec essary. The' vote sustained the veto by a large fnajority. The Governor vetoed the resolution on the ground that a sufficient amount of time did not exist in which an investigation could be made. Representative Brown, of Campbel county, who in troduced the resolution, stated he would make a speech Wednesday morning under the head of personal TRACY CITY, Tenn., July 3. John Crabtree, a resident of this place, killed his wife and himself here abou 10 o'clock Sundny morning. Reports of gun shots aroused the people and when the residence of Crabtree was suspected as the Jcene of the shooting and an investigation made, Crabtree and his wife were found in their house dead. A shot gun had been used, which was lying on the floor. It is supposed that Crabtree placed the gun close to his wife's head and fired, and then the gun butt downward on the floor, hold ing his head close to the muzzle, when he shot himself, as both their heads were blown off. The spectac le wkas ghastly, as both bodies were covered with blood and their brains were tsrewn over the floor and against the walls of the building. The cause of the tragedy is sup posed to have been infidelity of Crab tree's wife. A few weeks ago she eloped with another man to go to St. Louis, but they were arrested in the Union depot in Nashville, after hav ing purchased tickets for that place. However, that matter was adjusted, She returning to her home and he going to his family at South Pitts burg. But the man is in Track City again, and the supposition Is that fear of a repetition of the previous trouble led Crabtree to commit the homicide and suicide. the threshers and in the railroad j treatment, pronounced it incurable. yards I find the principal topic of I Science has proven catarrh to be a ... . , ., ; constitutional disease and therefor conversation now to be heard is thojrequlres constltltlonaI treatnient. great legislative grab of last week, Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by the big steal of the people's money at F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, It Nashville. There has been an opportunity for the politicians to do many things for their own advancement and not for the real good of the country without the people generally knowing it, but now with our improved mail facili ties, the rural free delivery of mails to the farmers' homes, the greatly increased circulation of newspapers, has helped to inform him of wh:it is going on, and he is enabled to form intelligent opinions quickly on af fairs that interest him. As President Lincoln said. "Part of the people can be fooled part of the time, hue all the people cannot be fooled all the time." To say they are indignant is put ting it very mildly, some of them are fighting mad, and advocate holding indignation meetings, and giving ex pression to their feelings in tones not to be misunderstood. The farmers are hard and steady workers, the only producers of the real necessaries of life; theirs is the task to feed and clothe the, world. The farmers of Tennessee see their taxes being piled up on them moun tain high, and then to hear of such a high-handed outrage as the big sal ary grab and the altogether unwar ranted increase ln the salaries of the government employes is more than they can quietly bear. They that the people's servants have be- the only constitutional cure on th market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 urops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and iou cous surfaces of the system. TheJ offer one hundred dollars for any css( it fails to cure. Send for circuJarl and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & GO, Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con dtipation. CHAMPION FLY KILLER OF WORLD SAN ANTONIO, Tex., July 5. One and a quarter million dead flies in a heap, being a pile three feet high ana five feet wide, represents the slaugh ter wrought by small boys as the re sult of a fly killing contest, which closed here last night. Robert Bass carried off the first prize of $10 with an official record of4S4,320 dead flies. 1 9 nil 9 9 9 And away they go! 15 Leather Hand Bags 10 Silver Mounted Velvet Bags 20 dozen Hand Painted Cups and Saucers 10 Brass Jardiniers 35 Gold Filled Belt Pins At Half Price Nothing the matter with them, they are fully guar anteed. just as good as they were the day we re ceived them. We want to make room for our fall stock Cotham Bros. Headquarters for Wedding Presents. HAY FEVER AND SUMMER COLDS Must be relieved quickly and Foley'B Honey and Tar Compound will do it. E. M. Stewart, 1034 WolframSt Chi cago, wlrtes: "I have been greatly troubled during the hot summer months with Hay Fever and find that by using Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound I get great relief." Many feel others who suffer similarly will be glad to benefit by Mr. Stewarts ex Derience. Fnlev's Hnnpv anil Tf come their masters, as bad as the an- Compound ia effective for cough cient task masters of Egypt, more and colds in either children or grown brick is required and not even the persons. No opiates, no harmful straw is furnished. Many farmers I are hard run to pay their taxes and are unable to educate their children or furnish them many of the comforts of life, and then to see the people's money squandered in this reckless way is too much for them. With the record of a unanimous vote in the House and but few dissenting votes in the Senate, and some of them per haps of questionable motives, how can the legislators return home and face their honest constituents? It is sad to lose confidence in our fellow man. The Psalmist many genera tions ago wrote, "We-know that liars and thieves are of the same' class." If the Psalmist lived in this genera tion, he might take more leisure time for his meditations and yet add an other ugly word to express his con clusions. The wheat crop of Tennes see is estimated by the government statistics at an average yield of elev en bushels to the acre. It requires at least one bushel of this to pay for threshing and loading on the cars, j leaving in the grower's hands an av-! erage of ten bushels per acre. It would require one hundred thousand bushels of wheat, at the average price this year, or the product of 10,- Subscrlbe For The Herald. We Are Agents For CARBON PAPERS Recognized to be the best Carbon paper manufact ured. We can furnish you with any color or quality. See us tor Car bon Papers of all kinds. Our Pencil Carbons are the best. Columbia Herald Co. Both PhonesX v.