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THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRlfARY 6, ig?o PAGE SEVEN 5 i : i k : : i ; ? i : : 77 "Hi's" TP'S MIOTICEMEOT COURT DECISION BOOSTS PAYMENT OF WHEEL TAXES HUNDREDS WHO HAD DEFERRED PURCHASE UNTIL AFTER DE CISION ARE NOW BUYING. I have bought ouf the Interest ot my brother Fred S. Cook in the ii inn If mm mm l M mm and will continue to operate same at the present stand on South ; Main .Street and will continue to handle the business in our usual prompt manner. I will have associated with me in the manage ment of the business my three sons ZACH COOK, CLARISS COOK and HARRY COOK I will give the business my personal supervision and I hope our friends will continue to give us the splendid business that has been accorded the Cook Outfitting Company since its organization in 1914. For the splendid support that has been given us we thank you and solicit a continuance. We will strive to handle the very best goods obtainable and give the best service that is possible tor mor tal man to give. We will ever strive to improve our service, and if we make mistakes, which we know we will, all we ask is an apportunity to correct them and make adjustments. "The man who makes no mistakes, does nothing; We wiil continue to handle the following nation wide necessities for the perfectly equipped home: Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets ' Majestic Ranges Cole's Hot Blast Rang d Heaters Pathe Talking Machines Simmons Beds Allen's Princess Range MUCH' REVENUE TO THE COUNTY Automobile Owners Who Have Not Purchased State License Plates Be fore February 1 Are Subject to Ac rest and Penalty. 1 BIG-TYPE MadQi POLAND CHINA JOLOg& I Registered and Cholera Immune Rose Stock Fartn Lewisburg, Tenn. AUCTION SALE FEB. 14th, 1920 I Wild Tho decision handed down by Judge W. C. Whitthorne in criminal court in the case of State vs. V. I'. Krwln, charged with" failure to pay wheel 'tax, has Riven a new impetus to the collec tion of this tax by County Court Clerk LipHfiomb. Many owners of vehicles had been holding back in the payment of this tax. believing that when the test ease, went to "trial the net of 1019 j would bo held unconstitutional. On j the other hand Judge Whitthorne do- J dared the act. constitutional, and only ; quashed the indictment as moved by It, Co). Thos. Peebles, attorney for the defendant, upon the grounds of duplic ity and the failure to state whether or not the offense charged was a vio- laticn of the state laws or the county jjj laws. Tho decision of Judge Whitthorne ! will have a far reaching effect, if is be- lleved, as all owners of vehicles in the j county were greatly interested in the i outcome, of the test case. Because it ! was quashed does not mean at all that the act passed by the last general as sembly id wrong, the error being in that the Indictment was not drawn correctly. It is believed that, as the result, of Judge Whltthorne's decision thous ands of dollars n vehicles will bo col lected within the next few days. Many owners of automobiles also have deferred the purchase of either state or county license plates until after the decision of the court in the Erwin case was handed down. These now wiil buy, if they would avoid 'the liability of arrest, and payment of heavy penalties Which will be added afler February 1. County Court Clerk Lipscomb calls attention of tho motoring public to the law. requiring that tho owner of every automobile must have his mo I tor number when he applies for his M 4&2 license plate. It is not absolutely necessary that the motorist know his licene number of 1 920, but this infer-1 mi t ion sometimes is of service, and! it is suggested that owners of automo biles who apply for lincese plates; have both the motor number of their j car and the 1010 license number. I FIFTY TRIED SOWS, FALL YEARLINGS S Jlred to our HeVd Boars an due to farrow in February, March and April FOUR SPRING BOARS Sired 1 Hlfl-HAM. lllO HAM has demonstrated his ability as a sire and these young boars are fit to head any herd. HERD BOARS Hid HAM, sired by Big Improver, by Chief Defender. CIAXT CLANSMAN', sired by Clansman, Jr., he by the $l.".,noo Clansman. WILD HOSE LIBERATOR, a.-ed by Liberator, the board that has V sired more high-priced boars than any boar living or dead. We are also using a son of Big Ham, the biggest and heaviest bone ooar or ins age we nave ever seen. y These herd boars are second to none and will command respect in any company. Thirty-two of the sows offe ed in this sale are daughter of Giant 5& Buster, Disher Giant Again, Big Ben, Gersdale Jones, Big Bone Bob j by Big Bob, Model Big Bob by Big Bob, Frazier's Tim by Fessey's 3 Tim, Big Ham by Big Improver. In this sale are also grandaughters vjj of Harrison's Big Bob and Gian Buster. fl Individually these tried sows aro high-class in every respect, and fr are exceptionally good brood so vs. . The Fall yearlings and Spring jCfc gilts are outstanding and give every indication of making splendid juj brood sows. You are invited to come and look these- bogs over before ri sale day. Sale will be held at old Fair grounds, Lewisburg, Tenn., un-I der shelter, rain or shine. This is a rare opportunity to stock your farm with the best individuals of the best breed of pork hogs. We JK agree to buy all sows from bows purchased in this sale at double the jYj price of hogs on August 1, 1920. Pigs to be delivered to us at Lewis-sCfc burg. Pigs must be cholera immune and purchasers desiring to take jf advantage: this offer must advise us by July 1, l!i20. TERMS OF SALE, CASH 0 3 6 MONTHS CREDIT ON BANK ABLE NOTE. FliOLDMAN", E. H. Cathey and others.' AUCTIONEERS, Col. Elmer E. Gardhouse Wallace. Luncheon served on ground at 11:30 a. m. ChapeL Sale in heated pavilion, rain or shine. lit Jim McCord and Ralph y I by Ladies ot Gill's WILD ROSE STOCK FARMS T. LEIGH THOMPSON-r-Proprietors W. KNOX BINGHAM T i CITIZENS BUILDING ! ENTERPRISE HIGHWAY LOONEi JOHN M. CROWELL INSURANCE FiAL ESTATE E, D. Looney & 60. Wo write nil kinds of Insurance, Fire, Lightning, Tornado, Automo bile, Life, Accident, etc. We represent eight big companies and can In sure anything insurable. We deal in al! kinds M real estate. If you want to buy, soli or rent, see us. Both Phunaa. Masonic Building. :'r CO-OPERATING WITH COUNTY OF- FICIALS IN PUTTING ROAD IN GOOD SHAPE. I A Word From Fred S. C00K In retiring from the firm of the Cook Outfitting Co. I desire to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for the patronage that has been accorded the firm in the past and solicit a continuance of same for my successors, Miles Cook and his three sons. I am leaving the firm with regrets, but I feel- that after? thirty years in the harness that it is to my interest to get' out and take , little of the outdoor work and after being associated with the Cook Furniture Co. at Mt. Pleasant for a few months I wiil take a much needed 'vacation. Again thanking you for past favors and asking for a continued support of the Cook Outfitting Co. I am sincerely yours, Fred S. Cook Through the interest and generosity c.f It. H. -Wright and William .1. Web ster, Jr., of the Carolina rcmr.uuy, work commenced this week on the read from Enterprise to Mt. Pleasant. Five wagons have been at work all the week without cost to the county haul ing rock, filling tip the" holes in the road and putting gravel and sand on it. The county highway commission has accepted the offer to pay for load ing a truck furnished by the phos- phato plant with two trailers to haul I gravel on the road. This truck is ex I peeled in about a week. County Su perintendent Butler will place a grad- er on the road early Monday and the wheat acreage will also result in an increased sowing of oats, although the high price of seed may have some of fset on this. DEATH OF LEE BAILEY IN PITTSBURG, PENH. NEPHEW OF COL. HIRAM L. HEND- LEY, OF THIS CITY FORMER COLUMBIAN. FORMER COM IBMI citizens will grade the road where it la needed. This co-operation between the road officials and citizens to make j ed here. a good road through an important see tlon of the county is worthy of emu latlon. News has, been received here by Co!., Hiram L llendley, announcing the death of his nephew, Lee Bailey, in Pittsburg. Pa., a son of the former Josh Bailey, of this county. Mr. Bai ley formerly lived in Columbia, but for many years has made his homo in other parts. He is well remember- ill DIES IN TEXAS Friends here have received new of the death of .1. T. Voss, which occur red Tuesday at his. home in Fort W orth, Texas. Mr. Voss was seventy two years of age. For many years ha was a resident of Columbia, and Is widely known here, leaving here he went to Nashville and helped to build Nashville's flnt electric street rail way. , Mr. Voss Is' a brother In-law of D. T. Cherry, of this place, and Mesdatnes It. C. Meadow and R. N. Goad, of Nashville. i ENJOYS HIS CooK Service has become Known throughout Maury and Adjoining counties and the new management will not only endeavor to keep it up to its old record but to even improve upon it, if such is possible. GOT Miles Cook, Zach Gook, Claris: Cook, TT Harry Cook FARMERS ABE BUSY i TURNING LANG NOW 'h WILL BE INCREASED. j Fair-weather during the past week ' lias enabled the farmers to work in the fields with the result that very few have been, in the city since Mon day, ivid and clover lands are brdng turned in all sections of the county and Keveral farmers have stated that If it continued fair until Monday they expected to start plowing in the stalk fields. Due to the continued wet weather the farmers are behind with . their spring plowing, but they aro loi-in no time now making every hour count. From present indications and de spite the shortage of labor, that Is j county wide, the corn acreage is going to be largely Increased. This is due !n part trt the hoavy crops of crimson clover, rye, ec, that w,u svn last ti! TLis will be turned under and the land platted to corn.' The small 3 MEALS A DAY Mr. Woolen Thinks Much ot ZIRQNBecJose ' It Made Him His Old Self Again. Sick people do not get much out of life. In order to enjoy your meals, to do your work well, you must be strong and bealthy. Pale, weak, nervous people frequently need iron to enrich their blood and to re store vitality to their system, and a good way to supply the iron is to follow, the example of Mr. Clayton Wooten, of Scot land, Oa., who usedZiron Iron Tonic and has this to say about if! "1 have taken Ziron according to direct ions and 1 can truthfully say that it is a fine tonic. It has done me all the good. Since I began taking it, I have gained eight pounds in weight and enjoy eating three meals a day. 1 shall do all I can to re commend Ziron." Try Ziront Your druggist sells Ziron on a guarantee to refund your money if the first bottle fails to benefit. You can not lose anything, but very likely will gam much, by getting a bottle of Ziron, ZN U DEPUTY COLLECTOR , PEEBLES GETTING 8USY WILL HAVE TWO ASSISTANTS HERE NEXT MONDAY TO. HELP OUT WITH THE WORK. Fur the convenience of those hold ing blank for the purpose oV making .nit schedules for income fixes, Dep uty Collect'))' K. I. Peebles will have :vo assistants in Columbia next Mon- s&ny at the Maury National Hank, and Mr. Peebles will be Ht the court flOtiKC. He ts especially devirous that those who have the blank.' avail themselves jot this oportiinity and have their schedule:; made ot and gent in to the ! depaMnr nt. Herald Cheap Column Adds Pay. iOranges I Your Blood Needs I 74. m m Sweet Florida Oranges and Grape Fruit direct tfom grow er. Oranges $2.50 bushel. i Grape Fruit $2 00 bushel, F. O. B. Sp;th Citru Service, Lakeland, Fla Box 694E. '