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TIIIv COLUMBIA IIEHALD FRIDAY, MARCH aG,' 1920 2Z 3 iiJLPJLi. Ji n ana : This bank for the past twelve months in hold newspaper advertise- '.. menfsVJV.AKiVZJD the general public of the danger of keeping Government and other coupon bonds in bank deposit boxes and tin boxes in bank vaults and urged their removal for deposit, such bonds, in the custody of the bank and opened a Bond Deposit Department whereby the owner might be re lieved of risk by securing a bond pass boot: for such bonds. This bank has received on deposit more than $150,000.00 of such bonds and immediately sent the bonds to the Government bank at Atlanta , for ; safe keeping, taking their Trust Receipt for the same. ;.-.: lift. ..:;! -' V .' ..''..'....' r" ...'.'. it . . ' '., '- , r Tfiis hank in nowise expected, profit in opening this department but realized the importance and the necessity of such a service to the holders of Government bonds. 1 . '. 1 f . . ' i I . ' " -"' ' : f iVri.- .' - - , ':. i-i ' r '. :'i -"" 1 --i: ; 1 '- '"" -: . , . ' ' '-:. f u The coupon interest is credited to each account in our Saving Depart 4 ment regularly as it falls due. ' If you have coupon bonds of any character in our vault boxes you t should deposit them and get a bond pass book, v Resources Two Million Dollars I'll aury IMioital 3C .Bank;. . L 1 rih illf LVs ESAU SENTENCED TO SERVE REST OF tlFE Ifl JJEM IK- ...NEGRO HOODOO DOCTOR r AND JENNIE PRYOR, UADY - LOVE, : : S DRAW LIFE SENTENCES.4 ' PLEAD GUILTY TO MURDER Circuit Court Room Packed With Ne , grow From Every Section o' Coun . ty to Attend Trial of the "Mystery Man.", . ' " ' v ' v ' ' : Ci. Ksau, nogro hoodoo doctor, and Jeu nlo Pryor, his lady Iovb, Monday .'.were- sentenced by Judgo Tuvntr in ' circuit court to life imprlHunment.in ine Hiato penitontiury at Nashville for the munlr of , AuthurlVior, Jen ' io'a husband, on the night of Sei-t 1919.. ;-. . , .... Bright and early this uioralu no Rroos began to stroain into .(.UiIuih-i-UJa from every section of iho, county vtp see what was to tako place when i tho "hoodoo doctor" wont on tho tand. By tho tinio court vo'nvcnod, crowd of several hundrod people. J'inoHtly colored, although thoro wna n ftli' sprinkling of whites (lice, also, ENJOYS HIS 3 MEALS A DAY ' Kr, Woot8i Thinks Mitch of ZiRGN Bccao ;: II Mai! Rim His Old Self Again. Sick people do not get much out of life. In order to enjoy your meals, to do your v work well, you must toe strong and ' healthy. Pale, weak, nervous people frequently ' need iron to enrich their blood and to re store vitality to their system, and a Rood way to supply the iron is to follow the example ol Mr. Clayton Wooten. ot Scot- r land, Oa., who used Ziron Iron Ionic and ha this to say about it: j -l "I have taken Ziron according to direct- j ions and I can truthfully say that it is a - tine tonic. It has done me all the rood. 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 - gain much, by getting a bottle of Ziron, . today! - . - . ;.. . v ZX U i Your. Blood Needs (A had taken ;bvcry! available s?at in Vne court room, packed tho als'tl, wlnip stlll others stood in the iloor,a and on the window sills. .' Esau entered under heafy guard, and took his place in the pr.souer's dock.' From the time he took his Baat uijtif, after sentence tiad been paeiod iflpofi h.iri, ho did not moVcr a muscle, hardly did? he iat. his . eye it - seem ed to those who observed hini closely. A plea of guilt was entered,, a, con fession of guilt having alrnndv bean made, the court made quick work i f the case, and shortly after 11 oVlocl' st ntence was passed by Judge Turner. The case, has attracted a great deal if-attention, not only in Maury coun ty, but throughout the adjoining coun ties, negroes having faith in the hoo dot doctor to perform mirv;les, ar.d perhaps some of them Were aomewUat diKappointetf this morning when the prisoner did not gaze 1 for a moment into the crystal ball, transform him-, self into a serpent and glide piloutly from the eourt room. On tbo morning of September 2, 1919, the !ifelo8s body of Pryor was fennd with a bloody lantern clutched ii his right hand, a piece of iron trip ped in his left hand, lyfag faiio down ward in a pool of blood. The ?rup flonio discovery was made by II. If. Hammond, a farmer Of tie -Happy Hollow community Oncers were at once noliiled of tho mysterious mur der and a vigorous search institutod, which led to tho arrest of Robnrt Uun li.p brother of Pi-yor's wife. Dunlap wat. held In jail on a charge of nu r der. In a preliminary trial it devel oped that the relations between l'rj or and his wife had not been anyaoo har monious, and a further investljaMon led to her arrest, she being charged with being an 'accomplice lo the mar der.' The investigation did not end here, and before the end of tho 1Vpi Krnxxi, tho hoodoo doctor, kn uvn prob ably to every negro in Maury rom ty, was arrested,, and one week titter tuo murder a complete confession its' Et-nu cleared up the mystery which' had iiur rtunded the killing.1 ..- In tho confession Esau claimod t-t he and Jennie Pryer had iilotted to kill her husband, and that an Attemot hal actually been made eariir ill the year, poison having been givon Pryer, bi't without the desired effect. In tt e bargain, Esau was to receive Vikm of Pryer's $2,000 insurance policy, rnd Jennie was to have the remaiuler, and Esau, after waiting the proper length of time, until the widow's grief rould be assuaged, Was to have wed. her. r ! ' Esau Is about sixty-five rears of nge. a heavy black negro, with beady Mack eyes, who came to Maury county from South Carolina eleven years ago. PLANNING SALE OF FINE SHEEP IN THIS COUNTY -; ?:i i ,;-r-t x ,r;' U P. BELLA H, GENERAL AGENT OF N., C. & ST. L. RY., HERE 1 LOOKING OVER FIELD. CONSIGNMENT OF. PURE BREDS Expected to Bring in a Car Load of the, Favorite Southdown Breed to Be Sold to the Farmers Sheep In dustry Is Growing. - COUtO ffOT VALK UP THE STAIRS LOS ANGELES WOMAN SUFFERED SIX YEARS FROM RHEUMATISM v 1 j L. P. Bollah, general agent and in dustrial and Immigration, agent of. the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis railway, Is licye today and is plauning for a big salo, through the marketing division of his road of pure bred shesp j in una uuuui uuiiug 1110 CUIIllUg SUII1- meA -..- vi;'; .J.?.V.-,a. Mr. Bollah declares that the outlook for (ho sheep Industry in this section was hover more promising; that there has been a notablo increase in 6heep holdings in Middle Tennessee during tho past two years and there is .still a demand for more. , It Is planned to bring a car load of pure bred rams and ewes from Ken tucky into the Btate some time in June and sell them here. .The railroad makes no profits on these sales, sim ply doing the work to promote the ag ricultural interests of the ,; . section through which it operates trains. The sheen brought in here will be of the favorite black race Southdown breed. A number of young rams or 'Biafflfe I bad rheumatism so bad that life was simply miserable for me,' but Tan lac - has entirely overcome my trouble," aaid Mrs. Martha Asbach, of 2226 Duane St., Los Angeles, Cal. "For the past six year3 I was in such a wretched condition I can hard ly understand how 1 held out as long as I did,'', she continued. , "I had rheu matic pains in my knees so bad that it was impossible for me to step up or down ; the stairs, and my hands were so swollen and stiff it was'ill I could' do to hold the , brooinj'br dishes. At night I simply ached all over ao bad I could not sleep, and.fln fact, 1 suffered all the time night'and da"y. I became very nervous and "wbr ried so much over my condition tthal I becamo very despondent. .-" "I tried all the medicines I Cojild hear of but none of them did nie; any good until I got Tanlac. I was over joyed to find that it more than uiet my expectations. All signs of the rheumatism has left me and I "am back doing my housework for .the first time In several years. My nerves are as steady as they can be and I sleep nlj night, long and never wake up till mornlg. I haven't felt so fine in years and it certainly is -a pleasure for mo to tell everybody about Tanlac." "Tanlac is sold iii Columbia by Sml ser Drug Co., in Santa Fe by It, P. Pigg, and isom It, F. 1). from Hamp shire by J. J. Savage."! Advt.) ,' bucks will be In the consigiinieh as there is a big demand for them." The marketing service of the rail road, Mr. Bcllah stated, was growing in interest and poularity. '.1AURY ROCK IS BOUGHT TO ENRICH ILLINOIS FARMS ILLINOIS AGRICULTURAL ASSOCI ATION ESTABLISHES PUR CHASING AGENCY HERE. OFFICE IN WOLDRIDGE BUILDING J. R; Bent, of Chicago, to Have Charsjc of Purchases In This District. Chemist for Company Will Arrivs About June 1. , COLUMBIANS M AURORA BOREAL S , For the imrpose of buying approxi mately 60,000 tons of phosphate rook for the farmers of Illinois, the Illi nois Agricultural "Association baa Opened offices on the third floor of tho Woldridgo building. In charge of J. R. Bent, of Chicago, and assisting him is J. C. Lowman, formerly of the Ar mour Company, of this county. About the first of June, I. B. Isley, chemist, will arrive to be with tho new eonj a ny.' "'. :" ' ' " : "' Mr. Bout, who arrived from Chicago Saturday night, stated to a representa tive of The Herald that the purpose of the association in establishing an office Irt Columbia 'was for the pur pose of having men In the heart of the phosphate fleld3 to buy for members of the, association, rather than try to buy qti ' markets distantly removed from the phosphate fiolds. In oilier words the association foels that its in terests can best be served by having a man on the ground who knows actu al conditions in the fields, the besf car routing, and other matters pertain ing to tho industry. .': Every car cf phosphate to be shipped will be tested before it leaves the field by the asso ciation's chemist. Mr. Bent said that the saving to the farmers of Illinois would bo approximately SilO.OOO. The association will not confine, its pur chases to thq output from any one mine but will make contracts to the best advantage of the association. The association is . not ' in the brokerage business, nor is it dealing in phos phate lands, but the department here is merely a purchasing agent for the members of the association. ' 1T'TI0M eaovEo wottiAN is iTlf.1 MRS. FANNIE IE. : JOHNSON DIES -T ' "i ; i - - - '.' . y - - ..' AT HER HOME ON BEAR " CREEK PIKE. Mrs. Fannie. E. Johnson, aged thirty-three years, wife of Gus Johnson, died at 10 o'clock Saturday night at her home six miies from Columbia on the Bear Creek pike. Mrs. John son has been ill-for several weeks with influenza. Mrs. Johnson had been a member of the Christian church since child hood, and had been an earnest christ ian woman, beloved by all who knew her.. ' '-.' . : . ' "; '.; . Tho funeral was conducted Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Elder Newt Derryberry by Elder Amos Dorry berry. Mrs. Johnson is survived by her husband and seven children, five boys and two girls. In terment was in the family burying ground. The following served as pall bearers: O. H. Cranford, John Allen, J. H. Hardison, Ben Allen, A. B. Cooper and Henry Fleming. Maury Undertaking Company in charge Herald Cheap Column Ads Pay. About the quality of the work have It dona by an expert PLL'&IOER The repairs of new installing should ! be of the best to give nuxPinim satisfaction you get the best Id Mat erials ftnd work if you employ cur services. Estimates gladly given. Call Bel! Phone 103; Citizen's 311.- J. n. REES Quite a number of Columbians last night saw tho Aurora Borealis, or grra,t northern lights, plainly visible in Columbia and other cities nearby. A great ctreak of flashing light ex tended across the heavens In many cities c the north, telegraph service I was greatly Interrupted. In the .cities of the east telegraph wires were para lyzed. ' Herald ChMp Column Ads Pay. ' MRS. THOMAS T. MARTIN SUMMONED BY DEATH WELL KNOWN WOMAN OF THE CAMPBELLS STATION 8ECTION fb BE BURIED TOMORROW. Mrs. Thomas T. Martin died at her homo at Campbells Station on Sun day night at II o'clock after a brief illnes3. 'Mrs. Martin had been quite sick, but it was thought that she was Improving when she suffered a relapse and the end came quickly. The funer al services will bo hold tomorrow aft ernoon at Campbell's, Station at 1 3 o'clock with the services conducted by. Rev. Sam Eschmann. of Lawrence burg. Mrs. Martin is survived Hy her husband, Thomas T. Martin, one of the oledst and best known residents cf the fifth district and a Confederate toldier. Nine children also survive her as follows: Mrs. E. S. Payne, of Gallatin; Mrs. L;',S., Henry, of Bell view. Tenn.; .M.rslolin Ballanfant, ot Nashville; Mrs. L. H. .. Harber. of Friendship; Mrs. Marvin Williams, of! Columbia; Miss' Blanche Martin, of Campbells; J. M. Martin, of Birming ham; Perry Martin, of Southport; Wi. T. Martin, of Memphis. In addition Mrs. Martin and Mrs. "Martin were both widely connected In the county. She was a sp'endid woman and en joyed the estpem of all who knew her. Having purchased the entire dairy herd of tKe "Lytle Creek" dairy farm we will sell londay, ialli 29th At 10:30 O'CLOCK At Moore & Sons Stable I 30 Head of High-Grade Jersey Cows jjj you expect to enter the ever paying dairy if; X & business or enlarge your present herd, here :- is the chance to get the best at y our y own jfj price. ": ;;:':i';'-',l'' ' ' - - J Yes! there is no mistake about them being '41 the best, since Mr. Whitaker handled only the best; but on account of; ill health and I scarcity of labor he was forced to sell his ; entire herd. Mr. Whitaker gladly consented to be' pres ent on day of sale to acknowlege the high qualities of these cows. TERMS: 6 months with banka- bte notes and interest from date. PIGG & HMMM ULNA E. PIGG EDD. HINDMAN t , Bell Phone 2504 Bell Phone 324 COL. R. F. MOORE, Auctioneer - ,i BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS . ARE BEING ORGANIZED .'. ;;-v:V:,: rT7,; ,.!; ;' -t.. NUMBER HAVE BEEN LAUNCHED during THE PAST WEEK FOR f : ' VARIOUS ACTIVITIES. -. During the past week the home demonstration agent has visited a number of centers organizing girls' garden clubs and boys and girls poul try chibs, There has been a fine re sponse at all of the meetings and Mrs. Crady expects this to be a banner year in club work. Among th3 com munities visited, in the interest of these clubs during the past year were Enterprise, McCain", Taylor.iville, Ferndale, Water Valley and Santa Fe. BONDHOLDERS y. REGIS ARE ERING BONDS M tHS4S ;4'i-.v' DON'T WHIP! Stop 'uishirtg Your- Bowels ; with Harsh Cathartics but . take "Cascarets.", , ; - . ? .. .- i upon for rosults). Herald Cheap Column Ads Pay. MAKING ARRANGEMENTS TO ; MAKE UNCLE SAM'S OBLIGA TIONS SAFE FROM BURGLARS. Holders' of liberty and victory cou- TENNESSEE FOLKS ADD THEIR TESTIMONY East ChattanooKa, Tenn.: "IcanhigW? recommend Dr. Pierce's remedies, for ever since my young man hood whenover I have used tbom thfly heve ulwaya jriven prompt, and , satisfactory re sults. The 'Uolden Medical Discovery' I have taken at various times whon in nnnrl ..f a tonic and s-sem puri- nnr, ana tue. J'lpawfnt .Pellets' whon in nid ,')f a Inxntivn. Thran ';re tho niihlcst of any laxativo I have cvr used and can m relied Anvnnn in ntwvl nfnul; ciuo of this kind will find Dr. Pioreo's Plran- ai i reiwM emx. J. VV. . DVI3, C04 . OluSS Bt SAVED LIFE . '-Memphis, Tenn. "E'.-cr since I was ! uimj a young woman l have used Dr. Pierces remedies both for mynolf and children. I was especially hdrd by the i'avorite Prescription' during tlm trying nionths of xpectiincy. It not only toned up my system and kept im ih rerfect con dition but I had comparatively no suffering Then at the critical lime of life 1 took the . ajrum ana had none of he mu-fery that most women endure at that Pep J". but came thru in splendid jpfilth had one experience with Dr. Pierce's Oolden MckIiciiI Discover' that 1 never hall forget. V, hen my oldest, boy was two years of age he had such a cold on the Junes that the doctors said he couldn't possibly live so I stopped the doctors' nfedicine and just .gave i lum small doses of the 'Golden fttedical Discovery' and in a short time he was perfectly welL He is now forty year of age oud has never had pneumoiiia nor any other lung weakness since that time but has been, and is still, stronjt and robust. knpw..he 'Golden Medical DUcoyrv' tared his life. " "I must not forp-t to mention Dr. Pierce's Piea,l,t Pellets for I hnv fouud them to ail that ould be d'inni as a lumtiye. i'-vwy mcmlier of my family hn taken them. "Medh ines stu-U ax I r. pH-rce" re a tleHiiK to mniikiibl. nnl it i -i ultsure f - UAUL1' flW.Nt. is, it, t, lu,x y,7. U ; Everyone must occasionally give to the bowels some regular help or else suffer from constipation, bilious attacks, stomach disorders, and sick headache. But do not whip the bow els into activity with harsh cathartics. , . What the liver and bowels need is a gentle and natural tonic, one that can constantly be used "without harm. The gentlest liver and bowel tonic is .'HJascarets." Thoy put the liver , to ,work and cleanse the colon and bow els of all waste, toxins and poisons without griping, they never sicken ;r inconvenience you like .Calomel, Salts, Oil, or Purgatives. , ' .!' Twenty-five million boxes of Cas carets are sold each year. They work while you sleep. Cascarets cost" so littlQ'too.fAdvt.) . 12 pon bonds In this county, proflting.by the , experience of those who had bonds deposited tn' the Farmers & Mer chants Hank at MC Pleasant, have boencoming in large, numbers to the local banks and . arrang'ihg either-,' to have their bonds registered o'r deposit ed. On Saturday there were hundreds of dollars worth so exchanged and this morning others came in to at tend to tho sanc job. The bankers here . are all urging customers who have coupon bonds in their vaults , to deposit them or exchange . them for registered bonds In fact for months the banks have been advertising and urging that this course be pursued, but many holders of the bonds have neglected tho matter until the Mt. P'.easant awakening. ! COMMUNITY KITCHEN AT - ENTERPRISE SCHOOL HOME AGENT EXPECTS , TO LO CATE THEM IN NUMBER OF OTHER COMMUNITIES. Enterprise 'cominujty is planning to have a community kitciit'n. Tiie women of that section are beln-i oi ganlzed for this progressive move ment by .Mrs. Kate McAlpin Cr;My. the home demonstration age.?. It will be located in the center .if the community, probably at the school house and be a means of bringiiig the women together for demonstra-.ions. Mrs. Crady plans to conduct a slmiiar campaign in other communities of tho county. - i . - J Herald Cheap Column Ads Pay.