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Twti -rM FA I JAY, JUNE 28, 1912.
10 1, 11 WRIGHT BRINGS LOVERS OF" MUSIC Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! -Take pardui, the woman's tonic, Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength, CTAKE URDU I The Woman'sTonic Mrs. Grace Former, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. This Is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist Write to: Lac'.le' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medietas Co., Chattanooga, TeiUL, tor Special Instruct! jns. and 64-pace book. "Horn t Treatment lor Women," ent tree. SO FIRS! LOAD Or NEW i ARE DEUGHTtO UK WHEAT TO THE CITY KRYL'S GREAT BAND PURCHASED BY THE CITY MILL THE LARGEST ATTENDANCE OF AND GRAIN COMPANY NO PRICE IS GIVEN. THE ENTIRE WEEK GREET THE MUSICIANS. YIELD EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD J. W. WILSON ALSO ENTERTAINS Produced on a Specially Fertilized A Possibility That a Date Will Be Ar- Field to Hasten the Maturity of the Grain for the Early Market. Specially Fine Quality. Harvesting is on throughout the ranged With Kryl at the New Grand Theatre for Some Tine During the Winter. Thursday was decidedly tl! largest county and has been for several days, " course for the Chautauqua, but ,o far there has been only one lot, both the afternoon and nigiit perform of wheat reported as threshed. This attracted larger attendance lot was threshed on the farm of R. H. tlian heretofore. Many people cume Wright, near the Ridley place, in the ' n f-um a distance to witness the ar seventb district on last Monday. This torneon exercises, and some were so was brought to Columbia Thursday .delighted that they remained for the afternoon and was bought by the City evening exercises. J. Walter Wilson, Mill & Grain Co., but they declined !as a reader and Interpreter, pleased I i if I 1 t n nta tv.a nrW Ravine- that, the H'laiencB wun his quic ciwnge FARM LANDS & CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE I have a number of good propositions in real estate for sale. Farm in William son county of 225 acres at ?40 per acre well improved and on the Middle Ten nessee R. R. station in front of the door. Another farm of 300 acres on the same road at the same price, well improved Small farm of 40 acres on I.ewisburg pike, well improved for $2,000. Also have several nice residences in Franklin, handsome homes and on the main streets from $4,000 down to $2,000 Also busi ness property on the square and several vacant lote Several farms on the new L & N. railroad at $(50 to $70 per acre well improved. A. L. BLOCKER & CO., Franklin, Tenn. A CARD This is to certify that Foley's Honey and Tar Compound does not contain any opiates, any habit form ing drugs, or any ingredients that could possibly harm its users. On the contrary, its great healing and soothing qualities make it a real remedy for coughs, colds and irrita tions of the throat, chest and lungs. H. L. Blomquist, Esdaile, Wis., says hi3 wife considers Foley's Honey and Tar Compound the best cough cure on the market. "She has tried var ious kinds hut Foley's gives the best result of all."' The genuine is in a yellow package. Ask for Foley's Kouer and Tar Compound and ac cept no substitute.WOLDRIDGE CO. BOY SCOUTS HERE IN THE FUTURE ORGANIZATION WILL BE CALLED TOGETHER AT AN EARLY DATE BY OFFICERS. The boy scouts will have a perma nent organization here and for the present will be under the direction of D.. '. T. Haggard and Jesse Elling ton. At the close of the Chautauqua fif'ten boys passed the examination or i ; .uii'tments and Dr. W. T. Hag gi'd was elected chairman and Jesse Ellington secretary. There will be a call at an early date for a meeting, ard oher boys -will be allowed to j.iu on complying with the requirements Subscribe For The Herald REAPING BENEFIT From the Experience of Columbia People. We are fortunate Indeed to be able to profit by the experience of our neighbors. The public utterances of Columbia residents on the following sebjact will interest and benefit thou sands of our readers. Read this 'Statement No better proof can be had. Mrs. M. A. Ware, 62 W. 10th street, TJolumbia, Tenn., says: "My kidneys 'were in bad shape and my nerve were affected. My back ached and I had pains In my hips. 1 doctored and used different kinds of medicine, but was finally told that an operation was necessary. I used a box of Dran' Kidney Pills instead, procur ing them at Adams & Martin's Drug Sfol'e, r.nd they helped me almost at once. I was soon cured and time has proven my cure to be a perman ent one. My experience has convin ced me that Doan's Kidney Pills live up to all the claims made for them nd are very effective in relieving k'uny trouble For sale by all dealers. Price 50c roster-Milburn Co Btffalo, New York, sol agents for the United Sutee. RAiDtmber the name Doan's nd take bo other. t JUDGE KAVANAUGH AND HO ENTERTAIN COLUMBIA PEOPLE REFORMS ADVOCATED BY THE JURIST ARE OF PRIME AND ' SPECIAL IMPORTANCE. 0P1E READ THIS AFTERNOON The Anita Ladies Orchestra Also on the Program Local Stunts Will Be Pulled Off In the Joy Night Pro- "ceedlngs This Evening. With all the pleasing features of the Chautauqua, the many excellent and uplifting lectures, and the attend ant benefits, none have excelled Dr. WilliaT. A. Colledge, who has been on the morning exercises during the week. His wide scope of information, his delightfully charming manner and his pleasing personality have all won for him the admiration and esteem of Columbians as a whole. His lectures on Robert Burns and Ian McLaren were particularly pleasing to those who wore fortunate enough to hear him, while his "Scottish Character ioti.'s" earlier in the week was full of h formation most charmingly told. ! "Second Fiddles" was another that was full of inspiration and encourage ment, and every young man and wo man in Maury county should have heard Mm. Friday afternoon Judge Kavanaugh ii.detd bad a message for the people in "Traitors to Justice," and was ot s;eciil interest to the lawyers . and those interested in legal reformations t'rt.t AiW lead away from the myriads of technicalities that malte for the de- oi' justice, and eventually to an absolute failure in many instances. This reform, he said, could not be expected from a continuation of law yers in the legislature. T!- Mendelssohn Quartet furnished the musical prelude at tne afternoon and evening exercises. la the evening Reno, the magician, kept h's audience in a state of won derment over his truly magical per formances, and won the undying es teem ot evey youth in the vast au dience, and joked with the boys in a way that caught everybody. new crop market was not yet open. This crop was raised by Mr. Wright on a field that had been specially fer tilized to hasten the maturity of the Brain in order to get it on the market eariy It was his hope' to be the first ou the local market and he was an easy winner, as this is at least ten days earlier than any other crop heard of in the county. The grain is of a very fine quality, and the yield was most satisfactory tie average being about thirty luish elo to the acre. This was much bet tci t'aaii was anticipated by Mr Wiight himself, and gives a hopeful assurance to those who had early sow K is said that the early wheat is jmuch hetter than the later crop, and wnilc i i snot expected that this ex ceptional yield as shown by Mr. J Wright' scrop will he general through jout the county, there is much hope I that it will be better than was thought a few weeks ago. Vacation Days are Here Baseball and Sporting' Goods, Hammocks, All Summer Comforts THEY PUT AN END TO IT Charles Sable, 30 Cook St., Roch ester, N. T., says he recommends Foley Kidney Pills at every oppor tunity because they gave him prompt relief from a bad case of kidney trouble that had long bothered him. Such a recommendation, coming from. Mr. Sable, is direct and con vincinrr evidence of the great cura tive qualities of Foley Kidney Tills, The genuine Foley Kidney Pills are never sold In bulk, but put up in sealed bottles, enclosed in a yellow carton. Ask for Foley Kidney Pills Refuse erbstitutes iVOLD RIDGE CO. t'tv earache, tootache, pains, burns, scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, a splendid remedy for emergencies. SANTA FE.B0Y WINS MEDALS CLIFTON RAGSDALE GETS MATH EMATICS PRIZE FOR FRESH MEN AT VANDERBILT. Having won the entrance prize at Vnderhilt last fall Clifton RagsJale, oi Santa Fe, who went from Gran ting tc Hughes, emphasized his work j this yeai aa a freshman by winning; t.ie medal for mathematics in that ! University. hi Hacks t REV. J. J. STOWE AT GODWIN CHAPEL Rev. J. J. Stowe, presiding elder of tne Franklin district, will deliver an llruetrsted lecture at Godwin Chapel on next Sunday night No admission wW Df charged. FOR Floor Covering Jap Woven Straw Druggett, 9x12 ft., $2.95. Jap Stencil Straw Druggett, 0x12 ft $2.40. Jap Stencil Straw Druggett, Cx3 ft., $1.25. Jap Stencil Straw Rugs, 36x72 inches, 35c; 3 for $1.00. Crex Rug, 30c to $1.20. Good 9x4 Hem Eunlida Sheets, 69c each. Good 42x36 Hem Pillow Cases, 15c each. Good Towels, 10c to 50c pr. Full line of Laces and Em broidery. Ladies' Silk and Lisle Hose, 25c to $1.00 pair. Men'b Half Hose, in Silk and Lisle, 25c and 50c pair. You will find our stock of W::ll Paper complete, with prices right Window Shades, 10c to 25c Extra size Window Shades, 42 to 54 inches wide, 50c, 75c, $1.00. Brass and Oak Sash and Cot tage Reds, 10c. We have a complete line of Fishing Tackle. MEN'S HATS We have 6 dozen Men's Sample Hats, assorted colors; these Kats are regular $3.00 and $3.50. Our price 51.74 Also some nice styles in Colors end Shapes, $1.00. Tie Racist F. Swansburg, Prop. work, and the highly superior char acter of his numbers. The appear ance of Kryl and his band was the principal attraction both in th.3 af-i tcrnoon and at night. In the even ing 'he band rendered a most mag nificent and classical program. The opening number, William Tell's Over ture by Rossini, was a triumph of musical art and rendition; Hunga rian Rhapsodia No. 2 was another great feast- for musk lovers. The sixth number on the program Sex tette from Lucia DeLamermore by Dmizetti wa3 simply superb, its con ception by Messrs Regina, Nachtman, Cimera, Cincienne, F. Kryl and Eohu mir Kryl was all that the expectant audience had anticipated. Each note of the instruments was a direct mes sage from the performer into the heart. of the true lover of the glories and beauties in music. The compos er, could he have heard the rendition of the number last evening, would have composed himself in sweet re pose ever after, feeling that his ef forts bad been glorified and that his mission in this world as a composer of music had been crowned with glory end success. It Is Impossible to convey to the reader who heard this the beauties of It, and to attempt to do so would be the utter loss of time It was grand, glorious and tri umphant Prof. Kryl, as a cornet soloist, is me of the best that was ever heard hcie, his rendittion of Fantasia on "Carncvcl Dc Venince," written by himself, was a number full of artistic beauty and rendered in a true musi cian's style. His tripple . noting and low uotes gotten out of the cornet were wonderful. Talien all in all, the Kryl band is the beat that ever visited Columbia, aad Prof. Kryl has assured a number that he will return here again in the winter season if a suitable date can be arranged at the Grand Opera House.. Wnh bis encores, Prof. Kryl was most gracious, and rendered come magnificent selections, and the "fa miliar rag" was conspicuous by its abseiice. until a request was sent up. I Refrigerators, Cream Freezers, Oil Stoves, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Scrtefi Doors and Windows, Porch and Lawii Swings, Fireless Cookers, let us show you these wonderful labor and fuel sav ers. Wire and Rubber Hose, Builders Hardware, Paint, Cement,Locks,Hinges, Nails. We are strong on this line. Do you need a good farm wagon, if so let us show you the best one on this mar ket, the improved Tennessee, fully war ranted. Deering Mowers and Rakes. Both Phones No. 73. Respectfully, Dobbins Ewing Columbia, Tenn. One; way to relieve habitual con fitipatlon is to take regularly a mild laxative. Doan's Regulets are re- com.nended for this purpose. 25c a box n all drug stores. Deafness Cannot be Cured. by Jocal applications, as they cannot reacn the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When thia tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely cljsed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroy. ed foivver; nine cases out of ten are causec by Catarrh,, which is noth ing but an inflamed condition of the amour surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol larb for any case of Deafness (caus ed by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circuiar, free. FJ CHENEY, & CO., Toledo.Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation 6&10 NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. WOULD REORGANIZE INDEPENDENT PARTY DEM0CRAT8 OF STATE TO V.AKE FIGHT FOR THE NEXT LEGISLATIVE. Special to The Herald. NASHVILLE, Tenn., June 21. The independent democratic party is to be re-organized. From an authorita tive source today It was learned that steps have been taken to this end The purpose of the organization is to control the legislature and a light will be made in every county in the state, and every man the new organi zation can send to the legislature will bo opposed to Patterson. Tie new organization will be effect ed by means of small organizations in the counties, to be followed by a state executive committee. This commit ter rny be selected and the move meat put on foot throbn a conven tion to be called here. Headquar- !tei will be opened in this city and (another red hot campaign launched. The fight fcr the legislature will be Jir-ade independently of the primaries, ;ard will have no connection with the 'race for governor, FIRST. HOME GROWN TOMATOES DR. W. T. HAGGARD PRESENTS HERALD WITH RIPENED LOVE APPLE. The first home grown ripe tomato was presented to The Herald Monday morning by Dr. W. T. Haggard, stat ing as he did so that it was of the well known and highly prized variety ti at has alweys been popular red, County Court of Maury County, Tenn. Matter of the probate of the will of A W. Southworth, deceased. It appearing from the affidavit of Mrs. Kate Southworth filed in this cause, that James R. Southworth is a non-resident cf the State of Ten nessee, anl a resident of Arkansas, r.na that the residence of Williami D. Soutl .worth is unknown, they being non-residents, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on them. It is therefore ordered that they enter their appearance before the county court of Maury county, Tenn, on the first Monday in July, 1912, so as to be present at the pro bate of sai l will. Tlct a copy of this order be pub lished in The Columbia Herald for four consticutive weeks. H. W. THOMAS, Clek. HUGHES & HUGHES, Attorneys.. Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrotuls, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to impure blood. Burdock Blood Barters as a cleansing Wood tonfc, is well recommended. $1.00 at all stores. SUNDAY MARRIAGE FOR SALE 3 H. P. Steam Engine, second hand. 141St B. A. SATTERTOCLD ft CO. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. CLERK AND MASTER'S OFFICE. COLUMBIA, Tenn., May 31st, 1912. J. D. Frierson, Complainant, i vs. 'W. W Crawford, admr, et al, Defcnd ! ants, i It o rearing from affidavit filed in BY ESQUIRE GUEST th8 rau80, tnat tne Defcmdants, Roy Sow ell and Ed Sowell, are non resi- 'dents of the State of Tennessee. While seated In a buggy on Garden ! it is therefore ordered that they street in front of the Maury Motor enter the'r appearance herein before Co. Sunday night about 8 o'clock Miss J or within the first three days of the Annie Brooks and W. D. Pogue, orom-Inot term of Chancery Court, to be in-.nt young people of Hampshire, 'heid at Columbia, on the first Monday were nulled in marrige by Esq. Rob.'m ,iujy next 1912, the same being a eit G'lCEt. .rillo .lav r.f ool.l onnrt r.1o on. swer or demur to Complainant's bill, or the sar.;e will be taken for confess ed as to them and set for bearing ex parte: and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive Weeks in Te Columbia Weekly Her- laid ... ' A Copy Attest: jju' A. N. AKIN, Clerk ft Master. E. H. ard C. P. Hatcher, may 31l4t Sol for ComplX Sibscrte For Th Herald.