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THI COLUMBIA HKRALD, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914.
Crhnder and wlef Morale ifom !'. Jd Oil fed t top. Puioo groove carry it U aU peats of rjlin Jw LMkmjpWlIWMVX I It I I ir SS P.rf.ct U.k.,.. I aJ 1 nir " m II ' I Cuoli. uk la ub.bua i pi.lt; Ruling Wall lor Mplim ,d w.lw lw ggjj What a Good Engine Gives You Plenty of power, smooth running, small repair bills, low operating cost. RUMELY-OLDS ENGINES 1 to 65 horsepower One of the most serviceable and economical farm power-plants made. The jjatented mixer operates automatically, gives maximum power and does not depend on heat. Will start easily winter or summer. Cylinders emery ground to exact size. Automatic governor simple, adjusts to any load instantly. Gasoline tank a solid box of cast iron, in the sub-base, clean and safe. Furnished hopper or tank cooled. Removable breaker plates, easily re placed in case of freezing. The Olds is furnished portable, semi-portable or stationary, or combined In handy outfits with such machines as balers, saws and Dumps. Rumely service is back of every Rumely machine 49 branches and 11,000 dealers supplies and repairs on short notice. Ask for Olds catalog No. 344. RUMELY LINES KoroMM Tractors Gasoline Tractor Engine Plow! Thrwhlai Mackmu Cream Separator. Road Machine Com Machine Food Mill Grain El.T.tor. BaJin Pra Stationary En (in a Steam Engine EXTERMINATION HOG CHOLERA IN COUNTY WILL BEGIN AT ONCE MASS MEETING OF FARMERS ON NEXT MONDAY TO HEAR FROM EXPERT8. GOVERNMENT EXPERTS CONING Probable That Dr. Marion Dorset, Dis coverer of the Serum, Will Be Orp of the Speaker Dr. White Will Also Be Here. RUMELY PRODUCTS COMPANY (Incorporated) Chicago Power-Farming Machinery Illinois MEMPHIS, TENN. YOU NEED SAFE INSURANCE We write Life. Fire. Tornado. Guaranty Bonds. Live Stock, Heat and Grain in itront Comoaniea that k. . . '.8H without discount as soon as Inn is adjusted . HENDLEY, COCHRAN . THOMAS NINE MONTHS OF SCHOOL TERM CULLEOKA CITIZENS WILL SUP PLEMENT PUBLIC FUND3 BY PRIVATE SUBSCRIPTIONS. At a meeting of the citizens of Cul leoka on Saturday afternoon at the school house the advisory school board for the coming term was elect ed and plans matured for the running of the school. In order to run the school for nine months with three first class teach ers it will be necessary for the citi zens of the community to supplement the public school funds by raising about $550. This the meeting agreed to do as was done last year and about two-thirds of the funds necessary have been pledged. The balance will doubtless be raised this week by committee named for the purpose. The school will be free to all of that section for the entire nine months, Just as it was during the past term. The following advisory board was elected: J. I. Finney, E. J. Park, W. S. Evins, Lee Kahnon, L H. McKib bon. The board elected J. t Finney chairman and W. S. Evins, secreta ry, both of whom served in that ca pacity during the past term. Princi pal W. T. Holt was recommended to the county board for re-election. MANY HURT WHEN STAND COLLAPSES EVANSVTLLE, Ind., May 25. Nearly a hundred persons were hurt, three probably fatally, when a sec- Jtion of a temporary grand stand at the baseball park collapsed during the annual field day exercises of the city schools here yesterday. Many ot the injured were women and children. Tired Feeling Swollen Hands and Feet Due to Kidney Trouble. ' oYur kidneys surely need help land q;ulckly when your hands and feet thicken, swell up, and you feel dull, sluggish, loce your energy and (appetite, and there is a puffy look under the eyes. Take Foley Kidney Pills at once. They act directly and quickly, and the result Is a regular normal action that keeps the irritat ing poisonous acids out of your sys tem. Use no substitute. WOL DRIDGE CO. (Advt.) Wake up your liver. A lazy Liver brings on the worst of diseases. Take LIV-VER-LAX now. .STEPHEN SON BROS. (Advt) When baby suffers with eczema or some itching skin trouble, use Doan s Ointment A little of It goes a long way and It is safe for children. 50c box af all stores. (Advt) There will be a big mass meeting of all the farmers of Maury county held at the court house next Monday at 1:30 o'clock who are Interested in the eradication from the county of hog cholera. Judge J. T. McKnlght was this morning in receipt of a telephone message from the state veterinarian, Dr. George R. White, who stated that the federal government would be ready in a few days to beg'n the work of eradicating hog cholera in this county and requesting that a meet ing of the farmers of the county be held next Monday afternoon for edu cational purposes. The government experts, Dr. White and probably Dr. Marion Dorsett, the inventor of the serum, will be here at that time and they are anxious that all of the farm ers of the county attend and meet them. It is of the highest importance that the farmers of the county attend this meeting so that they can hear from the experts and be instructed as to the proper methods for the eradica tion of cholera on their farms. Judge McKnlght has at his office 1,000 cards calling attention to the meeting and he requests that all farmers who are interested call at his office during the week and get a lot of these cards for distribution in their immediate neighborhoods. As hog cholera has been prevalent for some time past in several of the communities of the county, It is ex pected that there will be a large out pouring of farmers on next Monday to obtain instructions as to the erad ication of the pest. W. 6. GREENLAW TO ERECT PICTURE SHOW MD OFFICE BU I DING JONES SELLS MARE FOR LONG PRICE WILLIE CAFFEY 2:1954 PURCHAS ED BY J. H. WILSON FOR $1,00. ACQUIRES 35 BY 185 FOOT LOT BETWEEN HENDLEY CORNER AND ELK'S CLUB. RESIDENCE TOJBE TORN AWAY Upstairs Will Be Used for Offices. Store in One Side of the Ground Floor Auditorium Will Seat Be tween Seven and Eight Hundred. Negotiations have been closed by which W. B. Greenlaw will erect a two story building on the lot between the old Hendley building and the Elk's Club. The two residences oc cupied by Joe Knight and Jim Jack son will be torn away to make way for the new structure. It is the purpose of Mr. Greenlaw to have on the ;irst floor of the new building a large auditorium for a pic ture show, which will be run by Clif ford Hendley, and a shop or store. The entrance to the former will be about fifteen feet, with that of the latter the same. The store will be next to the Elk's Club. To the left of the lobby of the picture show will be a stairway leading to the second story, In which there will be several suites of offices. The store will be about fifteen feet wide by fifty feet long. The picture show lobby will be large and spa clous, and contain the box office. To the rear of it will be the auditorium, which will be thirty by eighty-five feet. It will be fitted up with ouera chairs and seat about four hundred people down stairs with two hun dred fifty or three hundred upstairs in the gallery. The auditorium will be used for showing pictures only. It is the intention of Mr. Greenlaw to build the structure of brick. II will be faced with stucco, or buff brick somewhat similar to those used In building the facade of the tele phone building. The entrance will present an extremely handsome ap pearance . It is expected that the work of clearing away the residences will be gin at an early date. As soon as they have been removed, the work of erection will begin. TENNESSEE FOLKS TELL HOW THEY WON FORTUNES IN GOOD HEALTH 8ufferera Tell of Winning Battles Against the Handicap of Diseases. Sick people want to be well la a hurry. A great many, perhaps most all, illnesses have their beginning in de rangements of the stomach and di gestive tract. Mayr"s Wonderful Stomach Rem edy starts In at the first dose to put stomach sufferers on the way to health. The first dose proves It. It is taken with success every where. Here are the words of two Tennessee people wko have taken it: MISS CORA FISHER, 805 Saxon Avenue, Memphis "Have taxen your medicine and it worked like a charm has removed quite a number of gall stones. It does just as you said it would." MRS. W. J. WARD, Sparta, Tenn. "I can honestly recommend vour remedy to all sufferers from consti pation and stomach troubles. Indl- JACOB A. RI1S, CANNOT RECOVER BARRE, Mass., May 22. The con dition of Jacob A. Rlis, writer and so cial worker, was regarded as critical last night His physician said he had been failing for several days, and that there was no hope of any im provement, although he might linger for a month. Mr. Riis is suffer in from a chronic trouble. RSOURGESf!$l,200,000.00 To the Farmers of Maury County: If you can feed or graze more stock than you have at hand and the use of alittle money is needed to turn the profit, caU on us. Maury National Bank W. H. Jones, of Highland Stock Farm, has sold his fine race mare, Willie Caffey 2:19, to J. H. Wilson, of Florida, for $1,000. The deal was made after a hard workout by J. C. Westcott, the trainer for Mr. Wilson. She will be raced by him this year on the half mile tracks. The price is considered a pretty long one for a pacer these days, as they are rather a drag on the market and there is little demand for them. Willie Caffey is a five year old mare by John R. Gentry. She is con sidered a mare of exceptional speed, although she has a slow mark. She has been worked all winter and spring by W. H. Harrison at South Side Park. She is in fine racing con dition, and ought to bring home a big buch of the money this fall. Indigestion?. .Can't Eat? No .Appe tite? A treatment of Electric Bitters Increases your appetite; stops indi gestion; you can eat everything. A real spring tonic for liver, kidney and stomach troubles. Cleanses your whole system and you feel fine. Electric Bitters did more for Mr. T. D. Peeble's stomach troubles than any medicine he ever tried Get a bottle to-day. 50c. and $1.00, at your Druggist Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Ec zema. (Advt.) gestion seems a thing of the pact with me." Just such words of appreciation and praise come from stomach suffer ers who have been restored in all parts of the country. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem edy clears the digestive tract of mu coid accretions and removes poison ous matter. It brings swift relief to sufferers from ailments of the stom ach, liver and intestinal disorders. Many declare it has saved them from dangerous operations and many others are sure that it has saved their lives. Because of the wonderful success of this remedy there are many imita tors, so be cautious. Be sure it's MAYR'S. Go to Latham's Drug Store and ask about the wonderful results it has been accomplishing or Bend to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg. Chem ist, 154-15(5 Whiting St., Chicago, ILL, for free book on stomach ailments and many grateful letters from peo ple who have been restored. Any druggist can tell you its wonderful effects. (Advt.) 14 MT. PLEASANT TO ORGANIZE TEAM 'H08PHATE CITY PROP08INQ A TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE WHICH WILL INCLUDE COLUMBIA. The baseball bug Is beginning to work in Mt. Pleasant these days. They are going to organize a team this week and build a diamond out at the old race track. They are also talking of organizing a trl-eounty league, composed of Columbia and Mt. Pleasant in Maury, Lawrence burg in Lawrence, Lewlsburg in Mar shall and' Lynnville and Pulaski in Giles. It is proposed to make it strictly an amateur organization and allow only amateurs to play. The idea is a new one in this city. There is going to be a team here, but it will harlly be along the lines sug gested, as there will be some profes sionals upon It It has been found that the strictly amateur team wilt not stick together long, and that soon the professional element crops Into It Why Not Keep Cool? CAPITAL FILLED WITH POLITICIANS FIRST FIGHT COMES TONIGHT WHEN THE STATE COMMIT TEE MEETS. Special to The Herald. NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 25. The city is full of politicians today prior the the assembling of tomorrow's convention. All manner of gossip is rife. The state committee will meet tonight at 8 o'clock to decide on tem porary organization. Hillsman Tay lor will likely be the candidate of the HONG J0RY IN nvp ADPCMY PAQIT Rye followlnS- Joe Williams is spok Dlu aLllXvCll I vaww en of as the most probabe candidate jof the opposition that will combine against Rye. Cordell Hull is spoken WERE UNABLE TO COME TO DE- of as a possible compromise candi- CISION IN TRIAL OF JAME8 GRESHAM. I date. A large delegation in the in iterest of Judge Roberts wiy come - from the fourth district. Crump is After considerable discussion the here with several of his adherents, jury, which heard the case of Miss and so la Creath, who leads the anti Annie Hale, a school teacher at Cuba, , Crump delegation from Shelby. They gainst James Gresham, whom she are preparing for a lively battle. One charged stole $20.97 from here at the hundred Memphlans are expected to school house there last Christmas, J night. Rice A. Pierce was spoken of reported that they were unable to .for temporary chairman, but will not come to any decision. The case oc- be chosen, because it is not customa cupled more than two days in trial, ry for the state committee to name The Interest In it among the people . one of its own members. John I. of that section of the county was Cox is on the scene looking it over. Intense, and the court room was 1 crowed.. Judge McKnlght dismissed' STEPHENSON BROS. know the jury after its report that it was about LIV-VER-LAX. Yon need it unable to reach a decision. for your liver. (Advt) The expenditure of only a few dollars will greatly lessen the discomfort and annoyance of the coming hot weather. We offer these suggestions: - Screen your doors, windows and porch invite the breeze in and the flies out. Get a Coal Oil Cook Stove we have the reliable kind they heat and cool quick. Aluminum ware has the same advantages. A refrigerator is a sure cure for spoiled milk, vegetables and melted down butter. A long can triple motion Ice Cream Freezer, freezes quicker. Everybody hates to churn a Dazey churn makes an irksome job a joy. We might suggest that you cut out work altogether or mix work with play. Our line of Fishing Tackle. Base Ball and Tennis goods is always complete. Come to see us keep us on the run we always like to fill your wants and I ALWAYS KEEP COOL. Harlan, Porter $ Walker "Your Satisfaction is Our Success." Has CASH CAPITAL, Surplus and Stockholders Liability of $330,000.00 Notes . 480,000.00? Total $810,000.00 i If an INDIVIDUAL had that amount of good Cash, would he be SAFE? THIS BANK is safeguarded in a way that makes it SAFER l? i? iui Pr..HAnt W. A. Dale. Vice President. H. O. Fulton, Cashier, f M-J9 liltuvuiuiV) a. a"- MiiiinMiititttttf ttff - fcea3 The Phoenix National Bank