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rne COLUMBIA HERALU FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914.
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If quality, style
and beauty
stand for any
thing, we surely
can satisfy the
most exacting.
We have gotten
together some of
the most attrac
tive buggies ever
offered by any
firm in Colum
bia. Just listen:
Columbus Buggies
Moyer Buggies .
Staver Buggies
Anchor Buggies
Buckeye Buggies
These five makes in the respective grades we defy the world. Our
prices are as low as can be made. Come and take a look through.
We have a big stock of fine and medium grade Buggy Harness, just the
kind you want to buy.
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DEAD K AND 61
E6GS ARE INJURING
fiiiG
GROUNDS
FIRE DESTROYS AN
ENTIRE FIELD OF
SPLENDID WHEAT
CLAIMED THAT THEY ARE BE- FLAMES SWEEP THROUGH FIF
ING THROWN INTO RIVER j TEEN ACRES OF THE THOS
BELOW THE CITY. j. CAYCE FARM.
HAVE CAU.EDJfERY FOUL ODOR YOUNG CLOVER IS KILLLD ALSO
i
Penalty for the Offenders Ranges as Required Vigorous Efforta to Check
High as Six Months on the County
Road and No Limit to the Fine.
Grand Jury May TaKe Action.
Complaint has been made recently
that the river below the city is pollut-
the Conflagration Even After the
Grain and Stalks Had Been Con
sumedWas on Ffno Land.
Some Idea of the extreme dryness
of the country will be sained when It
ed with all manner of dead fowls, is stated that on Friday afternoon
. rotten eggs and other nauseous things fire completely destroyed a fifteen
mat. are maKing it exceedingly un- acre field of fine wheat on th farm
pleasant to those who tisn upon the of Thomas J. Cayce, In the Zion
classic Duck. section. The fire vent through the
The Izaak Waltons are putting up field just like a forest fire In the
a strenuous kick against this open de- West.
fiance of the law, as It Is a misde- The wheat grain is still in the field
meanor in this state to throw such but it is ruined. The stalks near the
refuse and garbage into any running ground were all burned and the clo
stream. They state that the river is ver tnat was sown this spring was ab
covered with old hens and bad eggs solutely destroyed,
that are floating down the stream. wheat begins to mature at the
They give a pretty strong odor, that ground. The stalk first begins to
takes away some of the pleasure of get ripe and ripens upward until the
angling. grain is reached which is the last
The penalty for those who are part of the plant to mature. The
found guilty of violating .his statute stalks near the ground madj excel
ls variable, ranging as high as six ient fuel for the flameB.
months in the work house and any For a time it look dubious for the
fine in the judgment and discretion house, barn and other improvements
of the jury. It wouid go hard with 0n the place, but vigorous action
some of the guilty onea if they are checked the flames when they spread
summoned before the grand jury. The through the wheat. It is estimated
latter is in session at present, and It that the field of wheat would proba
ta not improbable that the members bly have made an average of thirty
thereof will look tnto this public nui- bushels to t ke acre, as It was on ear
8anct tra good land. The railroad compa-
it is a great pity tna; some, wnetn- ny 0f course, will have to pay the
B. A. Satterfield
&Co.j
damages done by the fire.
Is your liver Inactive? LIV-VER-
FEDERAL EXPERT
DESCRIBES ARMY
WORM AND WORK
MOST PRACTICABLE METHOD OF
STOPPING THEM IS BY
TRENCHES.
FOUR OR FIVE GENERATIONS YEAR
days of a severe outbreak of the army
worm tlvoughout all this sect -on of
the stat 3 and perhaps of wider ex
tent, apparently the worms are just
beginning to move froai itv barley
fields, where they have been grow
ling, to neighboring wheat and "-in
j fields, and the damage is 'Italy to be
j serious unless prom m-su-e are
taken zo stop the advance of the
worms into fields which are not yet
infested.
j "Army worms are presir: in great
er or less numbers every year, but it
is only when they iro abundant
YOU NEED SAFE INSURANCE
We write Life. Fire. Tornado, Qouranty Bonds, Live Stock, Meat and Qraln In
trong Comnanlea that .sii without discount as oon as lost ll adjuited .
HKNDLEY, COCHRAN C& THOMAS
to dig post holes in the bottom of the
furrow as often as necessary and
when these are full of the worms pour
a little coal oil over them. If this
method is followed carefully and the
trench kept in good order, the cost
will be very much less than the value
of the crop which will be destroyed
in a very short time if they are allow
ed to move unhindered. Poisoning is
seldom practicable.
"More permanont methods of con
trol of the army worm and other In-
enough to exhaust tit tam snppty in
Small Worm About one and One half the fields in which thsy started and
Inches Long Hatched Most Fre- are forced to seek new squires that
quently in Barley Fields, Spreads they ordinarily att-c.ct iUiuUofi or
When Food Supply Gets Short. jo senous injury. The eg'-'s from
" 1 which tne worms come are lam in tne sect pests which should be followed
"Tbere has been so much devasta- fall by" a common yellowish, brown on every farm are fall plowing, clean
tion and destruction wrought of late moth, often seen around lights in tbe cultivation and especially ttea destruc
in this county by the dreaded army evening. The little worms coming tion of the weed, grass and bushes
worm that it has oeconm a senous from these. eggs liva over winter in'ai0Dg the lanes and fence rows dur
meuact) in the hot, anr spell that has the fields, feeding slow during tht'lng the fall and early winter. Per
existed for the part month. The fol- warm days. As soon :is spring comes hap8 nine out of every ten insects
lowing article by a goveinment ex- they feed ravenously, choosing grass- wnich cause the farmer trouble spend
pert, P-.-3. George G. Aidsli? of ire es and grains in pveeienco to all the winter in such Maces which the
United States deparner.: o' agricui- else. Pull growth Is reached about farmer himself has very kindly sup
ture, is a timely one, Wtljch may be of the latter part of May or the flit o:jplled for their use."
assistance to the f i-.. .-r- of this June, and they are ther ab-jut an 'nch
county in their fight against the and a Half long. At tins ;um.i iney
dreaded pest. ' cease feeding and enter the ground,
"Directly and indirect'.y reports in form a little earthen ;ell just below
increasing numbers have been reach- the surface and change to a pui a,
Ing ti is laboratory for the past few a motionless brown ob.w.: From this
in about two weeks comfrs the -idul
moth. Within a few day the moths
lay eggs which hatch into another
generation of wornw. in this state
there are probably four or Jvc gener
ations of this insect each season Or
dinarily not more than ona of the gen
erations is of much interest to the
farmer, for their uafra'. eneifcies and
i parasites so quickly attack them I hat
their numbers are red .wed before the
army can develop the secon.l time.
"After the army to once on the
move there are few things that can
be done to stop ita pi-of.resj The
Tnnit nraptir-nhlA nl flieZefi CrobablY. i.l
lm instruction of a tienen with a. STRONG ADVOCATE
perpena.curar r - SERUM TREATMENT
WaiU llltS UVIU W TI U.V.I IU5J ... - , l
eling. The plow shoul I be run twice ;
in the same furrow. Tiie lost dirt I
OFFICIAL RESULT
AT MLPLEASANT
ELECTION RETURNS ARE CAN
VASSED BY THE COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS.
NEGRO MAN SHOOTS
WOMAN BY MISTAKE
GEO. HINES THOUGHt 17 YEAR
OLD GIRL WAS HIS WiFE AC
CIDENT NOT FATAL.
Official returns of the recent munic
ipal election at Mt. Pleasant were
canvassed by the commissioners of
election today, Messrs. Kannon and
Brooks being present. The result
did not differ from the .inofficial re
port heretofore published. Certifi
cates of election of William J. How
ard, R. M. Bullock and Edmund Ligon
were duly signed by the commission
ers and transmitted to Recorder C.
C. Ross, of ML Pleasant.
The following was the olficial vote:
First ward, W. J. Howard, 208; Mum
ford Smith, 116; at large, R. M. Bul
lock, 216; Edmund Ligon, 211, J. E.
Anderson, 122; Joseph W. Howard,
114.
er wanifbnly or unwittingly, are de
stroying the only Ashing grounds that
, . , - t. , 4 , , Don't Lose Sleep Coughing at Night.
jority of the lovers of the piscatorial ( Take Foley's Honey and Tar Com-
tribe may angle. pound. The very first dose surprises
you. It glides down your throat and
spreads a healing, soothing coating
over thA inflnmari Hf-kliny anrfnna
LAX will wake it UP- STEPHEN- That's immediate relief. It loosens
SON BROS. (Advt.) up the tightness in your chest, stopa
. stuffy wheezy breathing, eases dis-
mm . ' tressing, racking, tearing coughs,
ttORFRT F THOMAS soothes the irritated, inflamed bron
ttUUUU viunj Jchial tubes and air passages. Chll-
niinp ippanitiav dren love lt- 11 is millv laxative
HFAnS A SSfll .1 ATlflN as a cough medicine should be, and
UlstiUO ttJJUUinilUU doea not upget or alBtreSS the most
sensitive stomach. Refuse any sub
stitute. Contains no opiates. WOL
RESOLUTION TO TEACHERS AND DRIDGE CO. (Advt.)
PROF. GRAHAM FOR THEIR j .
WORK IN INSTITUTE.
Just before adjournment at noon
Saturday, the teachers in the county
institute organized a school improve
ment association. Robert E. Thomas
was chosen president, Mr. Overton,
vice president, and Miss Meroney,
secretary and treasurer.
Resolutions of thanks to the in
structors who had taught in the insti
tute and to Mr. Graham, tne county
superintendent, were passed unanimously.
CRITICISM IS
NOT JUSTIFIED
ONLY NINE TRANSIENT VA
GRANTS ARRESTED IN THREE
MONTHS SAYS SHERIFF.
According to Sheriff Godwin there
have been just nine transient Loboes
or vagrants from other, places sent to
the county work housa since March
1. He stated that the criticism of
the officers for "wholesale" arrest of
vagrants was not justified and that
ROBERT BERG
Watchmaker and Jeweler
And dealer in
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
Fine watch and jewelry
repairing a specialty
Rethell Block, COLUMBIA.TENy,
INSURER (your Farm
Property in the Old
est Company in the
United States, with
Looney & Morgan
Always Lead to Better Health
Serious sicknesses start in disord
eeres of the stomach, liver and kid-1
nevs. ' he best corrective anti pre
ventive is DP. King's New Life Pills, fan examination or tne records wouia
They Purify the Blood Prevent prove this to be the case, in the case
Constipation, keep Liver, Kidneys referred to in Friday's Herald Sheriff
and Bowels irf healthy condition. ; mo
Give you better health by ridding the Godwin 8ald thftt the young man was
system of fermenting and gassy arrested on the complaint of a farm-
foods. Effective and mild. 25c, at ; er living near Columbia who tele
your Druggist. ! phoned that two boys were lying
Bucglen's Arnica Salve for All ' , . ,flft unA ,.w w,.pn
Hurts. (Advt.) rr. r rrrr r:, . r.z.
, :;restea one oi me party nau a pisuu
on his person. The sheriff stated
RANKFft HONOP lemphatically that bis deputies were
t CTIVTT T I? If A II I "wholesale" sending of men to jail for
NAanVlLLE, MAH being P00r.
STEPHENSON BROS. know
about LIV-VER-LAX. You need lt
for your liver. (Advt)
George Hines ahot Ernestine Web
ster, a seventeen ye ar old girl, near
the ice factory Saturday night. Hines
had had a quarrel with his wife and,TRIM8 MARSHALL COUNTY BOYS
CULLEOKA BEATS
M00RESVILLE
was waiting at home bor ner to eome
back. Seeing the Webster girl com
ing he mistook her for his wife and
fired at her several times. One of
the shots took effect in her shoulder.
It was not fatal.
BY 2 TO 1 SCORE SATURDAY
AFTERNOON.
shoveled out of the bottom and if nec-'cates of the serum treatment for hog
essary the straight side made mere j cholera in Maury county is J. 11. Far-
.rnMrfipiilar or overhahzins with a mer, of Wiikes Place, Culleoka. Mr.
...
spade. The worms will crawl into
the furrow, and, being unable to climb
the steep side will fall back to the
hottom and craw' along it. They can
be Wiled by drawing: a log in the fur
row or by spreaedlng straw along and
burnUs t Perhaps the best way is
In a hotly cdhtested gain- the Cul
leoka team beats the Mecresville nine
Saturday afternoon by a score of 2 to
1. The feature of the game was the
pitching of Cross, of Culleoka, who
struck out twenty men and allowed
ionly three hits off of his delivery.
I Culleoka got six hits, one of which
jwas a two bagger by Flem Thomas,
One of the most enthusiastic advo- j which scored one of the Culleoka
runs.
The game was played at Moores-
ville. There was a large crowd in at-
Farmer recently discovered a sick : tendance, and much interest and en
hog in his big drove and he immedi-! thusiasm was displayed,
ately had seventy treated with the
serum with the result that he has not Wake np your liver. A lazy Liver
lost a hog and says that not on of brings on the worst of diseases. Take
them has been off feed for a single LIV-VER-LAX now. STEPHEN
meal SON BROS. (Advt)
. D. H0U8T0N, OF THIS CITY. IS
ELECTED PRE8IDENT OF TEN
NESSEE ASSOCIATION.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., May 30.
The Tennessee Bankers' Association
in its closing session here today,
elected the following officers: Presi
dent, P. D. Houston, NaBhvllle; vice
president, East Tennessee, W. N. Ma- j
gill, of Madisonville; vice president,
Middle Tennessee, S. S. McConnell,
Lewisburg; vice presldert, West Ten- j
nessee, R L. Goolsby, of Greenfield;
chairman of the executive council, S. j
T. Jones, of Sweetwater.
Members of the executive council
to serve three years, C. A. Lyerly, of
Chattanooga; J. T. Brandon, of Do
ver, and A. R Dodson, of Humbiidt;
treasurer, W. H. Featncmone, oi
Decherd.
CHICHESTER S PIL
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MINI AM your I'ruMlut for
VM-ckm-terK IMamond II rand.
Plllt In Red Md Uuld Ktallic'
jes. Kiled with Blue Klbboi.
LS
i otlicr B of
niiL AsVroriTlri.rii
DIAMOND I'.RAND PILLS, for I
yon noawn n nest, safest. Always Kenans
SOLD BY 0R10GISIS EVERYWHEHtl
FIRST FREIGHT SENT
THROUGH CANAL
NEW YORK, May 29. The steam
er Colon, which arrived today from
Cristobal, brought the first freight
that came through the Panama canal
Tbe cargo consisted of 21,000 sacks
of sugar, and waa towed through the
canal on barges. It Is the first cargo
to pay through freight
Small Farm
For Sale
Forty-nine acres good
land, fair improvements,
two miles West Carter's
Creek station, known as
the M. T. Walters place.
Reasonable terms. A bar
gain tot some one. Apply
to
W. Z. Walters,
Fayetteville, Tenn.
Administrator.
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