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TfS2 CSLUSSIA HERALD. FRIDAY, JUNE It, 1115.
.!0. SCOTT EXPECTSvTO WASH Ml DO if IE I i jnr IASY You II Mil can sell a Never -Mend Cyclone Washer .WEUBUVYOUR sSAHPlf 6AC1 v IB un ia practically every homo, no matter whether there a tjJfljfO machine ia we nousc or noi. i ou can mac to iu icw uijs -;h n tunrlr nf nil. Tust maka ftnouirh calls. The Cvclone sells itself as soon as demonstrated. There it big profit io.it for you. Your rronts start the tirst aay ana i even new clan is a winner vou can't lose. I make you make good. If you're not satisfied within 30 days send in your sample and get your money. M oil MA r Rmoti Yon Territory NowWrite me today-send $L5 KMcnrg ionr. territory nowy youf ample:gubject t0 return privileges ana two prom on u 11 you maw gwu. i II sena you my complete new pian ay wmca jruu are maae to mane eooa. n. ocnuwia. SELLX WHITHER THERE'S A WASHING MACHINE IN THI HOUSE OR NOT H. EEHREN3 MFG. CO. WINONA. MINN. V i . ."I fC W W3 1 W 1 1 ' 1 ttMttt Site n JWLJ 811111 t may be that you do not feel the need of tiie e.rvice of a bank ' beyond that of the safe keeping of .your surplus funds, but tho time may come when the assistance of, a strong financial institution would mean much to you. JN THE MEANTIME before you find it neces sary to avail yourself of such assistance would riot it be applying the time unto wisdom by placing your business with the strongest bank? Reciprocal Relations Solicited Elaury National Bank joe)fte)o4e9w 1 V 4) 5 No. 1698. LAND SALE Mora B. Fariss, Admr. i VS.' . - : Mrs. Monie D. Davis, et al. In the Chancery Court at Columbia, Tennessee. Pursuant to a decree entered In the above styled cause at the April term, 1915, on minute book 44, at page 406, I will on -' i- . r ; . MONDAY, THE 12th DAY OF JULY, 1915, at ia. o'clock noon; at the court house ' door in' Columbia, Tennessee, sell Ito the highest bidder, the landdescribed In 'Said decree bounded and described as follows to-wits Situated :in th 4th- 'civil district of. Maury county, 'Tennessee)' and described as follows: Beginning at a stake, the N. W. cor-uer-'of 'this fract and David Nicbol ion's heirs' S. W? Corner 4b then E..B. line of tlie'C. &-J-one9'tract, iron- -wood S.vt'yt;bjig aU-iCaiiiks, iqkj. N. 18 deg'EVt 'sf Jiniliar?' Wh$Z7(mn$i i.'thessee fctes Jine S. 2Vt deg. Ww ? ..poles, "'i9 links io-a-stake, Jpaes'f,, SI, cpr.ner jhi Jlaij dison's line; thence with Hardsin S. 85 deg. 65 poles,-1 links to. a "Stake, ,elm S. 51 deg. at ..tf.inks, cedar S. 42 deg. at 24 links'; thence with Da vid Nicholson's heirs.,N. 24 deg. E. 105 poles to a stake, hickory S. Vi deg.', E.'.', ' links, ' hickory1 tt''6tf W''wi at'lS' lipfes; thencY'N. 'CH? deg. V. : 4 poles ' tb a ' slake ' :hett No. 1725. I B tlf LANU oALt once stood an oak hear an ash, ; hick- ory.Nt 76iA deg W. at 5 links'' 'hWkcf-f ab0ut 40 feet and bounded on .the. S. N' 604 deg at'161 linltsV 'therfc? by lStli Street; running back East- ry TnH"ik dee. AV." 61 pole"s.',i4 linto beginning! Coritftning J' K 'acreB?; more or less. 7"Said sale. WP;pq ..aa. a credit,f day of sale. Sale f red from the equi ty o'i'r'eo'eniptibn. .''!Netes bearing, in iereat fr6m datfof Sale with goo per nal '"security will 'be required f .fche purtbAse'r,'' and lien retained to secure tlie payment of the purchase money. ThWthe 11th day of J-une, 1915c ; ' A. Vl. AKIN, J: AT M."t n a : 'By 'MORA B.'FABISS D. C. & M. BEAVER DAM SPRINGS HOTEL MANAGED BY HORACE RAINEY, JR., AND A. M. GANT OPENS JULY 1ST. Beaver Dam Springs Hotel utider lie management "of Horace Rainey, Jr., and A. M. Cant will open Julv 1st. "These two hustling young men bad the hotel in charge last year and made a grand success of the 'afalr. This year everything promises to be pleasant and a larger c"riwd li' ex jected to visit this famous resort tan f of any prevlons year. Mrs. Fannie W. Jackson, Admr. vs. John Mahon. et. al. In the Chancery Court, at Columbia, Tennessee Pursuant to a decree entered in the above styled cause " at the April Term, 1915 on minute Book 44, at page 377, I will on MONDAY, THE 12 DAY OF JULY, 1915, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Court House door in Columbia, Tennessee, Bell to the highest bidder, the land described in said decree bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Four house and lots described in the bill M number 1-2-3 and 4, all located in Smith Columbia, Tennessee. Lot No. 4. la located on South li&in street, fronting said street about 75 feet, and bounded on the N. by the Presbyterian Church pre perty, known, as the Frierson Memor ial; on the E. by the property belong? ing to the. Presbyterian Church; on the S. by property belonging to Co lumbia 'Cotton' Mill Company; and on jthe W. by S. Main Street. . ' Lot No. 3, fronts on South Main Street, about 75 feet, bounded on, the. S. by 13th Street;" and fronting, on said Street about 100 feet; bounded on tlie W. by lot No.; 2, below 'des cribed; and on the N. by-Ira Brawn;; Lot No. 2, will next be sold if Nos. 3 and 4 do not bring enough tb pay the indebtedness, and is described as follows, located .or adjoining Lot No. 1, hereafter de'sibed, and fronts oh 13th Street abottt' 30 feet; bounded on the E. by ' house and lot No. S above described, and on the N. , by Ira Brown. , . .. . n , If Nos. 4, 3 and 2 do not sell for enough to pay the indebtedness, then Lot No. 1, described as followMwllI be sold. Fronting on, High Street wardly from High' Street 'about 70 feet and bounded on the E. by - an other house and lot. belonging to the deceased, and on the, ,N. , by Ira Brown. ' ..'..." TERMS." Said sale will be made for Cash 'which will be required in Cash on day of Bale. Sale free, from ,; te equity of redemption.' , '. This tbe 11th day of June, 1915." A. N. AKIN. C & "-M. By MORA B. FARISS, D.-C. & 1 ll4tl . . , u For a mild, easy action . of the bowels, try Doan's Rfegulets, a . mod ern laxative. 25c at all Bjores, (Advt) . DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that is by ; 'constitutional remedies. Deafness it caused by an inflamed condition ol the mucou lining of the. Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed, you haw a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deaf ness is the result, ana unless the in flammation can be takep out and this tube restored .to Its normal condi tion, hearing will be destroyed for ever; nine cases out of ten are caus ed by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) -that cannot' be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu lars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio Sold by Drugrists. TW ' Take Hall's Family Pills' for eon- t stipation.i. - ; .. ... . .CAflvU AS STATE OFFICiAL RATHER DO THAT THAN COURT POPULARITY DECLARES" DEP. UTY SAM . SCOTT. REPLIES TO CAPTAIN MERONEY If the Latter Has Been Unlawfully and Improperly Treated He Has Re cqurae to the Law Will Not Be Deterred by Any Attacks. Replying to the latest communica tion of Capt. Meroney, Sam Scott, deputy state veterinarian, this morn' ing issued the following signed inter view; "To Captain Meroney's latest blis ter, which was applied to my epider mis today through the medium of the local press, I feel constrained to re ply, in the language of the poets, 'Nothing doing.' "Civilized society finds it of para mount Importance that it enact cer tain laws for its own guidance, and immediately thereafter is jolted by the fact that when these laws were made, it was this same society's in tention that they be obeyed. In each community there live certain individ uals who disregard the wishes of so ciety by arrogating to themselves privileges or exemptions which soci ety never intended they or any other individuals should have. Some of these individuals grant themselves these privileges on account of age, others because they can command so many votes, still others because of the size of their bank roll and some because they think the clay from which they were made was brought to the shop in an imported touring car 'and not in society's wheel bar row, they thereby being better soci ety. As a result of the actions of these few individuals, society finds in its midst jealousy, quarreling, un remitting strife and thwarted ambi tions, together with numberless other unappreciated attainments all again with results, namely, judges, juries, sheriffs, constables and health offic ers, each of these a cog in the ma chinery needed to force obedience to the law. "If Captain Meroney has been un justly treated in the affair to which he refuses the privilege of a speedy and peaceful death, he still has re course to the afore-mentioned law, be ing first advised that the State of Tennessee, for which I am acting as an agent, is still able to defend her self and is willing and able to back the individual law under which he was arrested, and before the captain is, misled by his supposed friends, into instituting suit he is further ad vised to look up, or have some one look up for him, the supreme court decision in the case of George Bish op vs the State. Lincoln county dock et, in which George Bishop appealed from a judgment Of the circuit court of Lincoln county, enforcing upon him'' a fine ' of ' fifty dollars and the payment of the costs -of the case for a violation of the quarantine rules and regulations adopted and promulgated by the commissioner of agriculture and state live stock inspector to pre vent and restrict the spread of com municable and infectious diseases among domestic animals in this state. "Before closing, I wish to state: to the citieens of Maury county,' includ ing Captam Meroney,; that : I hav known of officers being put Out Of office for not' enforcing: the law and of others for doing- fheir duty,-and' if it is a matter-of choice, I anr going by the latter route. So far" as Cap tain Meroney's famous Pegasus is concerned, I have finished and am willing to invite the Captain ' to. do likewise. ' - ; . ,.v. , ,V - "SAM SCOTT,; "Deputy State Veterinarian,'. M SCOTT TOLD TRUTH. " Declares Bert? E'rwin, C6unty Live Stock Inspector; Who" SaW the ' Carcass of Horse. . Bert Erwln county . live stock In spector, this, morning stated that he was familiar with the facts in the Meroney-Sc,ott controversy and that the deputy veterinarian had correctly stated them. Mr. Erwln said: "I darefully read the statement of Mr. Scott given, to The Herald of June 3 regarding his .visit to the farm of J. N. Meroney at Dark's Mill, and the finding of parts of an expos ed carcass of a horse, and I can tes-1 tify of my own knowledge that these j facts are true. In the discharge of my officlal.duty I went to CapL Mero- j ney's and I found the. situation just' as Mr. Scott has stated if to be with reference. to the carcass of the dead horse which Capt. Meroney had at tempted to bury " ...., - We are authorized to sell this 160 acre farm for $8000 and take one-half in exchange, either in town or country property, the remaining $4,000 tr be paid jlj $1,000 cash, balance $1,000 per year. $ Now, here's a chance for some man to make a good trade, provided you have a piece of property that you want to get rid of at $4,000 and $1,000 in cash. This is a splendid farm and home; pretty two story residence; beautiful shady lawn; finest of water, alsostock' water andLgoodJbarn,and outhouses; good fencing; about 90 acres level river bottom, balance in grass and timber. Now, if you really want a trade, jump at this Bargain quick. Figiri&nb(i(o)D Bell Phone 218 Phoenix Bank Building FAITHFUL T OF THE CHURCH IS out reproach, died at his home at i Cross Bridges " Monday afternoon I after an illness of several months. I For the pasjt thee months it has bien uj u lutti lueie waa uu uupo lor our. McBridj?.',- He was suffering with an M. A ,MIBRJDE, ONE .OF ;BEST fTliEj3sCOWNTY,1S by Rev. W. H. Johnston, of Franklin, and Rev. J. F. Moorelock, of Hamp shire. The interment will be in tlie church cemetery. The following named will act as pail hoororo T)tAlmaa T TTnalish. Wfll I I HI I Mr III nrVIIra I incutabie malay'and W recently English, John B. Brooks, Bass Patten. UnlLLU IU UL I UllU , returned from Nashville where he Robert Akin, James Chamberlain. Of had been under treatment with the flcials of the church will serve as non- full knowledge that the end was not orary Pal1 hearers. far off. .... Oakes & Nichols, funeral directors, I With., true Christian fortitude and in charge, with absolute faith" in the promises of his Lord and Savior, upon whom he had leaned throughout life, he accept ed With perfect resignation that 'de cree that there was no hope for pro longing his life.'' He did not murmur "f norcomplaln and died in perfect peace. , Mr. McBridewas sijity years "of age, Jan. ,24. last, and was born in Law rence, county but had lived the "great- FUNERAL TO BE THIS AfTEBNOON For More Than Thirty Years Superin tendent of the4rMitbodlst Sunday School at. Cress Bridges, and-a. Force ' for. GoQd jn His Pommunity, , . .. . . f ( ;, (Tuesday's, Dally.) , )b 5r(McPfide, one, .'of .the best cit izens of Maury county, a pillar in the ModisX church; and a citizen with- LIARTIH COUEGE, - Pulaski, Tennessee. --' ' v . -. ', For . Girls and . Young . . Women A Junior College Cultural and practical - courses .. All branches of instruction under carefully trained teachers Established reputation for scholarship and character. Rates Low Fall Term opens September Fifteenfch.Nineteen Fifteen. Send for catalog to WILLIAM T. WYKN, PRESIDENT, . . PulasHi, Tenn. Ijnel-dlT-lOtiAwkly-lOti' " No. 16S0. LAND SALE J. B. et. al., Located In the 4th civil distil" I r a n,..nni.cAi) ning at a sugar tree and runa v i S. 33 deg. 58 min. E. 14S vo& ' M set rock; thence N. 89 deg. i thv-nrn K 1 dor 8 min. W. SO " to a set rock; thence in a nort( direction with the meandering prcalr In tlio ranter nt the Cfefi beginning and containing 11 acres, more or less. TERMS Borum, vs. ." Marion B. Frierson. et. al. In the Chancery Court at . ,. Tennessee- . t.. x i j : tar Pa . . . . . . ... . runiunni iff h. UHi rec cu,"-- pr pan 01 ma.iiie m , Maury county, fW " the i where he , was well kn9wn and unl: Term, 1915 on minute Book versally esteemed. Thirty-three years page 337, 1 will on ..y ago he was married to Miss Engiish, MONDAY, THE 12th DAY OFM' who survives him. They, had no chil- of 10 of the m dren. but adontAil turn Rnhrt Pnnn : .' t onsets r ? . . nouse aoor in tjoiumuia, "-. him. He was one of the most sue- described In said decree bou$eJ cessful farmers of the Cross Bridges country and was well to do. As a member of the Methodist church at that' place he was lndefatlgible as a worker. ' He was thoroughly devoted to the interests of the church and an earnest and. consecrated laborer in the vineyard .of he Master. Few communities have been bless ed with a better neighbor than Mr.: McBrlde, charitable and accommodat-l ing, full of the milk of human kind-' ness. He walked in the fear of Rod! and was one of the most devout men of his community which feels an ir reparable loss in his death. For more than thirty years he was superintend ent of his Sunday school, being de voted to the trust, , , - , . The funeral services will be con- Said sale will be made on get! of 12 and 24 months, exce; ducted this afternoon' at 4 o'clock at the Cross "Bridges Methodist Church nt the ; ... i of one-fourth which win ve ',"t in Canh nti div of sale. a)e.i from the equity of redemption- J i . . ilate ' i . . a 1 onPlintV wun .gooa persuum lie remilrpd nf the nurchaser, ana J tained to secure the payment purchase money. jjiS This tne.iun aay i . A. N. AKIN. C & , By MORA B- FARISS, D. C ll!4ti Teach school ; coming compose Pfincipa '8tant, teacl Kreat d Cessfuiij during t P&l of i Rider, i teaching Me of tl boro. M pat sev, aeB th,