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THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH
5, r)?o 8 The jPhoenix Nalioifia IBank CAPITAL . . $125,000.00 5. SURPLUS . . . $125,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS . $20,000.00 Wc Solicil Your Business E. E. McLEMORE, President if, W. A. DALE, Vice President H. 0. FDLTON, Cashier I REPUBLICANS OF COUNTY DECLARE HOPKINS THEIR NOMINEE FOR GOVERIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE UNANI MOUSLY ENDORSES LEADER OF PARTY IN THIS COUNTY. CALL FOR CONVENTION IS ISSUED Members of Party Will Meet Here on Monday, March 15 to Select Dele gates to the State and District Con gressional Conventions. lion. It. S. Hopkins was Saturday afternoon unanimously, endorsed for governor by-the -republican executive committee of Maury county. Although Mr. Hopkins, who as chairman, was presiding, declared the motion out of order, it was put by Secretary Jack son and unanimously adopted on a ris ing vote. Mr. Hopkins expressed appreciation but stated that he was not a candi date for governor and did not expect lo be aa candidate. However, he sjaid that if he ever did become a cand -date it would be because he thought that his candidacy would in some way sefve the best interests of the state. The committee fixed Monday, March 15, at 1 o'clock as the time for the county convention. This convention will elect delegates to the state and congressional conventions. Col. Arch elaus M. Hughes was selected as tem porary chairman of the county conven tion. There was a fairly good attendnce at the committee meeting and every thing was as quiet and smooth as a May morning. There, was not a rip ple to disturb the harmony of the party. The fat of sturgeons, when it is fresh, is used as a substitute for oil and butter, and is largely consumed by the inhabitants' of the southern districts of "Russia, while tho skjn is used as leather. Htraid Ch ceiumn Ad WHOLE SYSTEM RUN-DOWN flulrt Improvement Is Noted After A Few Doses of ZIR0N Iron Tonic. Increase in appetite, the coming bade o! strength, disappearance of headaches and other ills, are a few o the many Sod results obtained from the use of a new remedy (Ziron Iron Tonic), new reiiicuj a. . . f Cordele. Ca., tried Ziron and has this to say: fr .-wfcn "began to take Ziron. it seemed that mv whole system was run-down. Zirofis'a new scientific combination cf p medicinal inorgan.c iron com bined with phosphorus, the "fl ciple of nux vomica and the hypophos phitesof lime and soda. It UMieip k add more red corpuscles to your blooa resulting in more color in yourcneeics more vitality in your system. Try Ziron today; on the money-oaci guarantee. m n Women Who Recovered from Being Nervous Wrecks Chattanooga, Tenn.: "Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription restored me to good health when all other medicines had failed to give me any help whatever. I had suf fered with kidney troublo and back aches for a long timo. I was nervous and might say I was a physical wreck until w 1 began taking tho VVFavorito Prescri)- 1, tion and I had only )') -. taken it a very short limit! niivu x vtwi completely cured of mv ailments and have not had any return.", MILS. NANNIE HOG AN, 112 E. 20th 6t. Women Who are Nervous and Cannot Sleep . Chattanooga, Tenn. : "I was troublod with irregularity, and had back-aches, pains in my side, and pains shooting clown into my lower limlw. I was extremely nervous, could not cat or sleep. I was so weak and rundown that I could .scarcely get around to !o anything when I was advised to try Dr. Pierce's medicines. I took tho 'FuvoriUi Prescription' and tho 'Golden Medical Dijeovery" alternately; the 'Pavorito Pre f;eriptk n' for the feminine trouble and tho Golden Medical Discovery' for my blood and to clear the system of tho impurities, and the combined use of tlieso medicines restored me to perfect health." MRS. V. G. CUNNINGHAM, 1412 Centra! Ave. A Tennessee Woman Tells Her Experience North Nashvillo Tenn.: "Ever since I was a littlo child I have been bothered a great deal with sluggish liver and consti pation. For years I ud to keep Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets ready for immediate uso and I would take one early in tho morning. They certainly did relieve mo in a very mild manner and promptly, too. I have also used Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets and Healing Suppositories together with tho 'Favorite Prescription' for inflammation and a catarrhal condition and obtaitiod such wonderful relief that I have not had any such trouble in years." MU3. H. C. LAW SON, 7CO Guriidd St. ' EIGHTY YEARS OLD ONLY 19 BIRTHDAYS REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE OF MRS. MARY SHANNON COW ELL, OF THIS CITY. Although on tomorrow Mrs. Mary Shannon Sowell, of this city, will be eighty years of ago, she hn never had but nineteen birthdays. Having been born on February 2!), IS 10. she has had to wait four years for a birthday cake, and once, from 1S!)( to l!)0t. there were right long years between j the two birthdays. In honor of her birthday there will be n celebration tomorrow at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wni. .1. White, which will be attended by the children. There are five living chil dren, ten grand children and on!y one great grand child of Mrs. Sowell. LISTED AMONG HERO DEAD, IS AT HOME AGAIN JESSE GRANT, WHO HAD BEEN ' REGARDED AS "KILLED IN AC TION" IS LOCATED. IS NOW AT MT. PLEASANT Letter Received From His Employer Says That Young Man Is Now a Vic tim of Influenza and Threatened With Pneumonia. Jesse 12. Grant, whose name had been listed among the Maury county heroes who gave their lives in the ser vice of their country during the world war, is not dead, but is at his home at Mt. Pleasant, having passed through some most thrilling experiences, hav ing been captured by tho Germans, and listed as among those "missing in action. At the impressive memorial service conducted at the Grand Theatre on Washington's birthday, Major Horace Prlerson, commander of Herbert Grif fin Post, of the American legion called the name of Young Grant as being one who had made the "supremo sacri fice." Publicity was given this in The Herald, and as a result The Herald this morning received the following self explanatory letter from John Ruhm, Jr., of Ml. Pleasant: '"I have noticed that the name of Jesse 15. Grant is still carried among those dead or missing in action in the European war, and that he was refer red to in the memorial exercises held at Columbia last Sunday. During the latter part, of the war Jesse Grant wan reported "missing in action," aiid his family here at Ml. Pleasant, advised to that effect, they finally reached the conclusion that he was dead. Soon after the close of the war, however, Jesse Grant turned up here in Mt. Pleasant, it appearing that at. the time he was reported missing in action, he was captured and puL into a German prison, where he re mained for a period of about three months, being released at the end of the war, and soon thereafter1 received his discharge. . . Just at present Grant is confined to his home with tlu and threatened pneu monia, but has been regularly at work here in Mt. Pleasant, being for some time past at the grinding plant of the Ruhm Phosphate Mining Co. '"' Although Jesse it not just at present in a shape for me to, discuss the mat ter with him, I am sure he would rath er be regarded as alive than dead, and have no doubt lie" would appreciate your giving this information to any who . might be interested. Very truly yours. JOHN TtrilM. JR. "A Three Drop Com Killer 'Gets-It" Stops Pain Immediately and Corns Go Quick. Tho way to liundlo corns Is the tried and proved "Unts-H" way the way that millions have round quickest, easiest, tsalest and must reliable. A few drops of "Gets-Tt" knocks the hurt out of any corn at once ind soon loosens It so li lifts riKlit Dft without any feolin. Oh. what comfort! How grand to walk ami dance ami tump without a single twinge! Why not? "Getn-Tt," the never falling, puar- intced , money-hack corn remover, i-oHts but a trifle at any drui? irtoro. Mf'il by K. Lawrence A Co., Chicago. PEAY DECLINES TO ENTER RAGE FOR GOVERNOR RADICAL CHANGE AUTHENTICATION OF LAND DEEDS NOTARIES OF OTHER STATES MUST HAVE SIGNATURES VERIFIED UNDER LAW. NEW FORMS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Unnecessary Hereafter That There Should Be a Separate Acknowledge merit for Married Women, But They Are Treated as Feme Sole. . MAKES DECISION AFTER CARE FUL CONSIDERATION IN SPITE SOLICITATION OF FRIENDS. LIFT OFF CORNS! Apply few drops then lift sore, touchy corns off with fingers I'll Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little Freezone on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift it right out. Yes, magic! A tinty bottle of Freezone cost3 but a few cents at any drug store, but is sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation. Freezone is tho sensational discov ery of a Cincinnati genius. It is won derful. (ad vt.) 1 HAS NOT DISCUSSED THE MATTER At No Time Since DeTeat at Hands cf Governor Roberts Has He Discussed . tho. Possibility of BecSKiinjJ a Can didate. ;i Special to The'lTerald. '. $ "t CLARKSVILLI5, Tenn., Feb. 27. Hon. Austin I'eay,, of . this city,-, will, rot be a candidate for t! .gubernato rial 'noinina't ion at the cpnjMg primu- ...... I Despite the ever iucrca-'jing Rol.icita- i tion of friends in all parts pf the state, j Mr. Peay has made this decision, but,! only after careful consideration. At! i'.o time since his . defeat 191S hai Mr. I'eay . vcltmlarily discussed the possibilities f a second candidacy, and 'lias always .treated the .mutter with utter lack of any f;eij,;onal ihtr est when appi-oached by friends. It is generally not known that un der chapter 4S of the acts of tho last legislature deeds to be entitled to re cord, which, are, acknowledged before a notary public must have attached thereto a certificate showing that the official taking the acknowledgement is duly qualified and that his signa ture attached thereto is genuine. Here tofore the seal of a notary from anoth-: er state taking the acknowledgement. I has been a sufficient authentication,; but now either the secretary of state,1 of the state in which the notary is qualified, or the judge of u court of record, must .certify that he in duly! qualified as a notary. I ; Soveral'fchanges havs been made in; the law governing acknowledgements j to deeds. It is unnecessary hereafter i for a married woman to have a sepa rate acknowledgement. Her acknowl edgement may be taken just as though she is a feme sole. However, it is ex pressly provided that the old forms as well as the new as provided by the act shall be good and valid. It is now optional as to which form will be used. The new are much shorter, however, and morn simple than the old rind it anticipated that Ibey will 'soon :r-d to the exclusion of the others MRS, W, D, BOWDEN IS DEATH'S VICTIM BRIGHT LITTLE Giil PASSES M) LEXJC ' LEE WATSON' IS VICITIM OF PNEUMONIA AFTER A ' : SHORT ILLNESS. ' Lexie Lee, tho' bright and beautiful little daughter'. of 'Mr.' and Mrs. lex Watson died at 10 o'clock Thursday night at home of her parents on Fast, Ninth street after a short illness of pneumonia. Tho little p.iri was only seven years of age, but her bright and sunny dis position had 'won for her a place in the hearts of nil who knew her, and l;or grief stricken parents have the sjm'paCiy of the community. ., The funeral was conducted, at 2 j'cloi-k Friday afternoon :it. the Presby terian church by the Rev. S. I). Logan, l!ite.n,)ynt. was in Hose Hill cemetery. The following served as pall bearers: Joe Sharber, Alf Thomas, John Pigg and Fred Journey, i ! FORMER MAURY COUNTY WOMAN DIES AT HER HOME IN MEM PHIS, RELATIVES LEARN. Xews has been received by Maury county friends of the death of Mrs, W. I). (Dock) Dowdcn, which occurred at her home in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. ltowden formerly resided in the 'anipbell's Htaticr.i neighborhood of litis county, and were well known in the county,- tbo deceased being a sis ter or Kev. W. '1'. Cssery, ami a pious and devoted woman. 4 QUICK YOUR HAIR bur Blood Needs BIRTHDAYS ARE FEW BUT YEARS ARE MANY Although eighty years of age. Mrs. J. T. Pet era on yesterday celebrated her nineteenth birthday. All three of her children. Miss Edna Peters, and Mrs. George Hayes, cf this city, and Mrs. lien I. Hill, of Ilopkinsville, Ky., wen present and during the day many friends called to express felici tations. Herald Cheap Column Pay. The Chinese are very fond of an ex traordinary dish called "milhi," which is made of live new born mice dipped in honey. Herald Cheap Column Adds Pay. ASPIRIN FOR COLDS REEDS llllllE"', Check Uc;ly Dandruff! Stop Hair Coming Out and t)gublc, hi ' r Beauty. - TORPEDOED! Don't blast your Liver and jj Bowels, but take I J "Cascarets." ji You men and women . who can't get feeling right who have head ache, coaled- tongue, bad taste and foul breath,, .dizziness, can't -sleep, are bilious, nervous and upset, bolh eied whh' a Sick, gassy, disordered stomach and colds. Are you keeping liver and bowels clean with Cascarets, or shocking your insides every few days with i o..i,. r:i ...... .,!..!,... ..:n..', i :uo!iiei, riULM, wu itiiu vioichl . t Cascarets work while you sleep; iiey cleanse the stomach, remove the -.cur, undigested, fermenting food and foul gases- take. the excess bile lrom Cie liver and carry out of the sys tem all the constipated waste mat ter and poison in the bowels. Cascar ets never gripe, sicken or cause in convenience and Cascarets cok! so liltle too. (Adt.) ! Name "Bayer" is on Genuine Aspirin say Bayer mi LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE n .r,.- rAGEgEVEN- !?; "Enough of negotiations, enough, above all, ijK X; of jugglers and poseurs! Give us men of faith and action, of love and hate, with clear seeing w: $ eye, a breast that throbs and a vigorous arm; men a p, who, emancipated from idle fancies and thejg $ empty din of words, are silent, and putting their $ 1 hands to the plow drive, as their witness, a a v straight furrow in the field of life." m Wo are indebted to our Now York correspondent, TheSJ j& Moclianic.s it Metals National Rank, for tho above quota JA! $ tion. To o:tr mind it oonoisoly ox presses the need of thoW world today. M We pay Interest on Saving Deposits gj H SAFETY SERVICE SATISFACTION 1$: I 6oSmmbia Bunk & Trust Company I .i W. B. Greenlaw, President , Geo. E. McKennon, Cashier jj Would Yo'j Like To Buy An Ideal Syburhan Home? , 1RO acres 'one milo froth Columbia on one of the best pi Ices; rich, well improved. A I1AKIS OPPORTUNITY.: : To purchase a farm wliero von can shorn the advantages of both city and country life. PUCK $200 PEK ACKK. E D LOONEY & CO. Insurance and Ileal Estate Columbia, Tennessee For Weak Women In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, tell ing of the good Cardui has done them. This Is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine 'or women. There are no harmful or habit-forming drugs In Cardui. It i3 composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad 'after-effects. TAKE The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what It has done tor so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . ," writes Mrs. Mary E.Vcste, of Madison Heights, Va. "1 got down so weak, could 'hardly walk . . . just staggered around. ... 1 read of Cardui, and after taking one bot tle, or before taking quile all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when run down. I had no appetite, and 1 commenced eating. It is the best tonic 1 ever saw." Try Cardui. All Druggists I. 70 LARGE SCHOOL AT SPRING HILL URGED On BOARD DELEGATION INSISTS. THAT FAC ILITIES THERE NOW ARE , WHOLLY INADEQUATE. , ' MANY DENIED PUBLIC SCHOOL j Ccunty Has Opportunity to Purchase j Property at Less than Its Worth j And Citizens Promise to Do Thejr I Full Share. . . " ; Ursins lliat either the old Dranham and .Hughes building be purchased or that, tho pre.--oiit public school build jiiK be enlarged to take care of tho public school 'pupils a'delfeftatfoi'froni" i Spring llill appeared Monday be j fore the county board of education, j In the delegation were W. p. Miller, ! Dr. B. H. Woodward, W. C. Brariharh, ,VV. II. whltt and Mr. Deasley. . These gentlemen, stated that they I represented a larRo mass meeting Of j tli-.people of Spring Hill who werfl insisting I hat they have adequate pub'-,! I Me school facilities. These citizen's ! would make u liberal contribution .If ': j tho county board would meet thorn i half way. It was stated that there i were over thirty pupils now In the pr.mary department of the BranhanV j & "Hushes Military Academy who : would attend the public school If the i latter had tho facilities necessary i to take care of them. v . It va3 stated that the old Bchool building of tho Branhara & Hughes j school could he purchased for much. ; less than its value and that if purchas , od by the county it could "be bought. I on long time. Tho citizens would put ; i it in shape and buy the necessary ' . j furniture for its equipment. -I Tho members of the board werfl I much impressed with the attltudfl and j plejiMoil with the delegation but their j limiluicins on funds are such that It i:s difficult to find the money for ac-j quiriiiK or building school houses. , , j The board will take the matter nn- 1 der advisement. Asido from the Sin-Ins Hill school question only rout ine business came before the board. FRY & DEHHAM BACK FROM FOHO CONVENTION , f ViTtat to do for, 1 1 m&Sm MORNING TRAIN TO NASHVILLE WILL LEALE AT 9:40 O'CLOCK ON MONDAY. CAYS THAT THE FORD FACTORY 13 GIX MONTHS BEHIND TRACTOuj IN SAME SHAPE. Several chjngi's arc annnonced in he local train schedule, effective t:i Monday niorinc;:- Tra'n No. 11 for KUt.-hp, Mt. Pleasant and F.hem.-?!d will leave Columbia at C.:"0 o'clock in..te:rl of 7 o'clo;k in the evening. Train. N'c.'lO for Nashville w.ll leave t'u'umbia at fcio in tho morning i:i- Parney fry I Kry r.rc.iliers ; ! (,ui.-ivi!lt w 1: : i onvi'iition -f i : l:i Siauii. M ! matter c:iid am! Kcilh Iieiihain, (f have returned troni re they al tended the I'crd de.iVr.s nil over . Pry iu talking of the that all of the dealers A little "Dandcrine"' cools, cleanses; vten, 0f f : 20 o'clock. Train -So. 12 and makes the feverish, uctiy scaip voft and i.liable: then this stimulal Jriit en T.nvor Tablet ef Aspirin" in a "Barer packasc," containing propet iliroctioni for loi.bi, Pain. Hcad.iehr, Neuralgia, Lumbago, ami Kheum.Uism. Name "Payer means pcntiine Aspirin prescribed by pliysieian for ninfteen vears. Handy tin boxe of 12 tablets rest few cent. Aspirin U trade mark cf Bayer Manufacture of Monoaeetie acidester of SalieylicaeiJ. ) .3 ' ! for Nashville will leave Columbia at i ins tonic penetrans to the famished j o ciock msteau ox bnu ouock in. hair roots, revitalizing, and inviuorat- the afternoon. ' every hair in the bead, thus stop-j . i ping the hair fal'ing out. or getting! thin, dry or fading. The largest rrgan In the world wi'i After a few applications rf ' Dand-j . mj in lllP rathe:lrat now near-, ..... l,..! ,,-,. fin.l -i f..llen hmr i I'll"1 .' " I. . -. , :.....! T,; or a particle of dandruff, besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness. i"Vo er.hir and thickness. A fw eenfs buys a hoMle of de iicbttul "Danderine" at any drug or toilet counter. (Advt.) 1 are entloi .i ' Mie o-.rr t)ir outlook for ; ihe I'ord'-on tractor and that it looks j re; if th1 trrctor will soon bo in the same cend t ion of Pord cars, about six incites behind in orders. Tho rep- r"s i;'r tivcs from the factory, accrrd , i r,- to Mr. Fry stated -to the conven i tion that the Pord factory was f ix ; mont'is Iieliind with orders for the j"( rd car;; and that it lo;k( d as if the .awe cj:i.!:tions wtiu.il soon exist Willi ': Pcrdsoit tractor. tapes uiapeism ny neutralizing the acidity of the stomach, Instantly relieves the food souring and fer mentation which causes the misery making gases, heartburn, flatulence,; fullness or pain in stomach and In-' t.-'s tires. A few tablets of "Pape's Dlapep s i'." bring relief almost an soon an they reach the stomach. They help retulaie disordered stomacha bo fav orite foods can bo eaten without (lis tress -ro.-ts so little nt drug stores.' (Advt.) 1 mammoth amongst musical iastri:-j mer.ts n ili have no fewer than 1rt.Cr,7J Yellow I ir. pipes and 213 steps, each actuated ly i woods to res- AVOID TROUBLE AT HOME BY RENEWING HERALD "If I don't renew for The HeraW today and It should be stopped, there is sure to be trouble at home. My wife's parting injunction was to re new for The Herald," declared Eng lish Akin, of Hampshire, as ho walk-, ed into The Herald office. J its separate draw stop knob. and oak are the best t the action of s-leam With the least aniojnt of Warping. In the Island of Formosa dogs' feet are considered a 'great delicacy.