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you rieeid a fiancocK Disc Plow. We also have Chattanooga VERYFEW MORE CASES BE TRIED JUDGE TURNER SPENDING FEW DAYS ATI OVOCA, WIU RE TURN ON WEDNESDAY. IMPORTANT CASES OFFICERS BUSY SERVING PAPERS ON AUTO OWNERS DISTRESS WARRANTS FOR COL LECTION' OF COUNTY WHEEL TAX HAVE BEEN ISSUED. J , ACCRUED COSTS AMPUMT UP Walking Plows. How .about a . t .'11 - 6? anti&mnmmnp narrow We have a special low price on Lanfl'lollers.: "iltew Everything you want on the form at much lower prices. See us. IB "- i vjr rim Mia in nnir ii lui w iinnu . MR wna fill mrfH H H lr.ll J! ElusflllUI IO C VWn Hi "s'"',""',,'"?T,!5!?'!!!sr!'? - h v - rm r : I ii iiiiiiiiii mil I Docket Is Cleared of . Murder' Caset Where Defendants Have : Been Found Will Hear Motion for, New Trial In Johnson Case. .;-,... ."'(Prom. Friday's Daily Herald.)1 .,, Very few more cases will h tried at the preesnt term of circuit court W fore adjournment is taken sine die, it is indicated now. Having disposed of many cases Judge W B, Turner is now spending a few days at Ovpca, and will not return until Wednesday, July 27. when he will be ready to take up such cases "as attorneys have ready for trial. v.' '.'', ., . If la ovnbotaH that- th. mnMAn frir 0. V i Jm f V. i( ' , i i i " new trial in the case of state against R. A. JoRnSon, found guilty of assault and battery, will be taken up next found erillltv f)f " V V 'Vv y vmvm ' ' " - - hafW-atwtiltedi 'ft; B- Isley and' the j . . ti 1 1. 1 n rt n n An mnHnn hfl. inLYlelW .raJby Vefe'nse ttM neys for a neiv -laj immediately, after tlio- Verdict was retuWd. 1 "i : "1 Aa a result of the shooting Mr. Is- ..... 1 alllf fAl ley nas uiuukui a uuuian i $10,000 against 3Ir. Johnson and it had been the intention of the court to take th!s case up at the present term of court, but it is not known .whether it can be reached or not. Quite a number of important cases have been disposed of at the present term of court, among them being the only murder case on the docket where the defendant has been found, Perry Frlerson having been sentenced to serve a term of - twenty-one yfars in the state prison. The noted 'Harlan damage suit for $25,000 against the Federal Chemical Company was also tried at the present term, but ;motion of the defendant for a new trial has been allowed by Judge Turner, and thl-wlU-obably be taken up at the next term of court. After Warrants Have Been Served Oh Automobile Owners, Work .Will Be atn 'on Waaon and Buaay Delln- tjuenU Many Unpaid. ., , - - (From Friday's Daily ..Herald. J . , Owners of automobiles who tnougnt County Court Clerk .Arch W. Lips comb was bluffing, when he warned that distress warrants would be Issued against them unless the 'countyheel tax was paid are beginning to realize their mistake when officers appear with these warrants to collect Just as wurnnrt. As a result of the activity of officers during the past several days neaUv 100 distress warrants have haen served on automobile owners and the force in "the office of the county court clerk has been kept bUBy rak w in tha aheckles and writing re ceiDts. ?6f fcourseUft& offitfv wh? 1 Ikn mnrrnnt must. BTfit his fe6. LOCI voo vtii v too, wpicmajieer, v.HSnDJ f WW ' &H Whilethe fellow who has deiayea jiayhlent of the tai finds, fiat he ;is out several dollars in addition to the enmity: tax. i" 1 4 Up until this time no warrants have hfien Issued on eithervagons of Dug gies, as it is the intention of Mr. Lips comb to first clean up the automoDiies beforo beginning the issuance of war for waKons and buggies. Records of the clerk showed tnis morning that the county tax has been paid on 1,742 automobHB, z.wo uuB gles and 1,491 wagons, or a total of 5,649 vehicles, which is some 1,900 De low the number paid upon last year. The final warning s given w ers of buggies and wagons to come forward at once if they hope to avoid the extra costs in the collection at the tax. , v . 'h 'PS f IK. p.' Hrilee of Begist ration r '.KrttnXi irhcivin that the registration books tH oi the Third, Seventh and Ninth districts of Maury rt ::r : v.v ii lil; .vUrk A M .tnQ o clock. rW P;M;ion-6ttdayi August 8;v Tuesday. August . 9; K Wednesday August iir, muraaay, ouKv? , u: August 12; Saturday, August i j; monuay, "ju; Tutsday, August 16; Wednesday, Auguft. 17, andrti rnaay, ugusi o. i ..,. .,. ; 31 Spring Hill. Rally Hill, Kedron, Neapolis, in thegj third district; at Mt. Pleasant and Sandy Hoolf? b in the seventri district ana ai me tuuu - g house and near the Union station or ' m 'stockyard in the ninth district. J Jh biennial registration of vbtersffl and all certificates heretofore issued expire vith this ffl registration., . Kvcry voter wno cxpctw iu gmun -ie s Urtiv. franchise darinr? the next two years should flJ i register during the days above named. y Reriistrars heretofore appointed will onMonday,a August 1, call at the office oi The Daily Herald tor books, certificates and instructions, ? : - . ' X tllS JUiy ' H3 JAMES H. KANNON, Chairman , r , THOS. H. TAYLOR, Secretary jj Commissioners of election, Maurv County, Tend..B Ml 7 ! ' . . I' ? Jr 91 ji , Mi erWTn case heard i AGAIN ON AUGUST 12 BOLD ROBBERY WEST END; USED SHOTGUN NEGRO HIGHWAYMAN SECURES $8 IN CASH AT, THE POINT OF SHOTGUN LAST NIGHT. - j POLICE HUNTING . BANDIT Victims Deeiare Highwayman Was Gene Alderson,7 5 Colored Police Have Titus Far Been Unable to Lo cate Him May Have Fled. " iKium .Monday'& .Daily. Herald.) l'lilicc today are 'searching for Oene AI.I.m-m.11. colored;'.' 'WhU is, alleged IihI.I tip and 'rot)be:d'Matthew Chaney ami loh.n llayncy in VVest Knd, near Ti..-t...i ctMi"' iM!if; iileht. 'iieing. a shot ,.,iin to' e iiiorpe' hW! laemanisV'he niiiiii-r secured aoout uie (if tlic two negroes. ' . ... (Miufis were called to' the scene t 1m.) t stfter the' robbery is alleged tii l.siw taken place but up "until this -iiiiiu Alderson was still at liber ty. I. in officers., were sure that he Will i ho apprehended shortly. Ti c victims of the highwaymen 'l.i mi that they were making their ay mt the street when suddenly a ins i r li pped out of the darkness and Mvs, in .mI a shot gun and demanded thai iiu.v hsind nvpr their money, the cimiiaiul being, obeyed with alacrity. hi tlie victims, it is said, was at hiM mriiiifd to argue with the high iiM .,,ii, but upon looking down the I'.-i i. i of the gun he decided, upon Uie ; i. t of bis compaic.n that the best "iic to do wou'd, be to ;.foik over." 'his they did:,, .. . Hi victimK were" liositiv that the "u:i !, ribbed them was Oene Al- r n. tayhm that '"they knew him 'U ami tt was none other than him m. st(,p..d them. Thw police today ms:i.-, Aldernon's accustomed haunts 1 ' inn' un.ilile to locate him. and it ' mi unlikely that he has made his i i. hi of the lily. . - BLACK FACE EWE SHOWS BIG GAIN OVER THE WHITE RESULTS OF THE EXPERIMENTS MADE AT TENNESSEE STA TION HERE. ARE THE MOST PRODUCTIVE Rise the Larger Number of Lambs With a Higher Weight Than the Others Some Interesting Data on the Demonstration. HAMPSHIRE WILL! HAVE' BIG FAIR ON OCTOBER 6TH r4TP IS OEFtNTELY ; DECIDED UPON AT MEETING OF ORGANI ZATION LAST NIGHT. 'BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER' Fa'r Will Precede Agricultural Day in Columbia Prof. J. B. Lovell Dis cusses Agricultural Work at Central High School. B Torpid P liver 1 rCJS CI mm '.IERCHANTS PROMULGATE -UP WEEK SECUIiDM (From Saturday's Daily Herald.) ' That the black face ewes are vastly superior to the white fac ee'wes is ap parently demonstrated in the . experi ment conducted the past season at the Middle Tennessee Experiment Station under the direction of Dean C. A. Wil son There were forty-one ordinary grade white face ewes that lambed. They dropped an average of one and one-fourth lamb per ewe. Fifty of the same class of black faced ewes we, used and lambed. They averaged one and a half lambs to the ewe. . The average date of lambing of both classes was practically the same. Of the lambs of the white faces seventy five per cent were raised to market n,, nf the black face nine- ty.flve per cent were raised to market .L The average weight of lamb nfeat per lambing ewe at market wa. for the white face syZ " 7' that for the black faces w five pounds. Another great superiority on he part of the black faces demonstrated in this experiment was in the pro activity of the ewes. While the white nnlv nine pairs of twins of whlci but three unbroken pair, were M erf to market, the black faces had wenty-four pairs of. nirs were raised to market. " S5 interest! and helpful In to, nation respecting this" demonstra Z ly the university of the state has lwn ' . ,.hliRhed and still srs. i " these columns. oiifstion OF CONFIRMING RE- PORT OF CLERK AND MASTER fjj'; TO BEiJJECIDED THEN. " ftl-LifUondav's Daily Herald.) Consideration of the case of the city of Columbia against the estate of the late Judge E. E. Er win, was con tinned by Chancelor Lytle on Satur ,inv until Aneust 12. On that date the case will come before the chancel lor on the report of Clerk & Master Farias on the settlements made by the dtv authorities with the late record er. Whether or not exceptions will be filed to this report by the attorneys representing the city has not yet been disclosed In the case involving the Branham & Hughes school at Spring Hill the renort of the clerk and master was confirmed and several other questions of fact that have arisen in the case referred to the clerk and mas tpr for a report on August 12;- Chan cision was reached., t a largely attend- cellor Lyt e , wm ; ed and most enthusiastic meee.ng,pX on August WllfejJ .JJ j tu mnnitv nrmiization last .night, capes inut ; " All committes, on plans anu .arrause ments were named and" it pected that the fair will be bigger ana dbv ter than ever before Hampshire is one of the "old tim . a .1 U.inlnir Kaon prs" in the lair Dusme, iiaiiiB one of .the three communities of the coinitv holding fairs last fall, but the one to be held in October promises ,to e-rlinse all ever held in the past, the Hampshire fair will be) held just be rnre. the bia county agricultural day in Columbia, and it is expected that nrnr-tirsillv the entire Hampshire ex (From Saturday's Daily Herald.) iiiv.r.ov,!ra'a hie community fair imuif(ii " " a ; - ...in -ha hpi,i mi October 6. . This de5 iiifi. MRS. MARY J. WHITE ENTERS INTO REST rcrdfctEO WOMAN DIESi THI MORNING AT RIPE OLD AGE Or NINETY-ONE YEARS. (From Saturday's Daily Herald.) Mra. Mary J. White, aged ninety one nf the oldest and most re prueiicuuy tlu,v r ijw., -( hibit will be brpught to Columbia on spected women of the county died at 1 Msn n tha Itinn nf that day Th meetine last night at Hamp- nrfilressed by Prof. J. B. DHllt. i.ovpll. who-succeeds Prof. T. C. Mc tfqrmok as instructor in the Smith- LiohP. work at the.Uouniy nigu 4 o'clock this morning at the home of. her daughter, Mrs. Hattie Roberts on the Williamsport pike after an illness nf some three months Deceased was the wife of the late Albert White and spent a greater part AUGUSTrTMipD. TO. -TENTH NAM- rn Aft DATES IN WHICH TO GET SQUARE WITH WORLD. (From Monday's Daily Herald.) The businessiof -the .nation is car ried on on paper, but on negouauie papt Aft firm in the city can easily be banurupiea oy us m" - m Pttle their accounts promptly. Take any business concern that ooes large credit business and snouiu those debtors all stop paying, how long could such business weather tne stormsr . . a, . . The firsto thing they would do would be to borrow their limit at the bankB, and upon failure to pay the banks .u th Tint H hneame due, means V liC 11 i.... " . that that store would soon be closed and sold out to pay off its indebted ness. . . There is not a man in the county, u he knew that his merchant was in a. tight place, and that the settlement of his account would relieve me equa tion, that would refuse to come across and help out this friend. , , When your merchant, extends creuiy to you, he is doling you , a great, favor, and,U gives.most, oi.fo -in thes matters, it should be as greata pleasure to you. to settle with vour merchant. Clean too j ,toVr aii over aealn. - If tb? chain of credit is not Dronen, n rleht on. it is the greaiesi . v..ir,paa.in th world. But let UUUU IU UUDiuvou ... nb i that chain be broken and it severs the flow of the stream anu Freat deal of maneuvering and hedg ing hai to be done In order to get the the channel again. Dlicat" 9 en nip Ik bo in the paymeni ui ..t nnllinff debts. You start one man oi v3' hp. makes it possible lor an m0n to nav! This man makes it nossible for another to liquidate, and r ... .,11 on,! It cn nn and on. but lei outs ... - gums the machinery and breaks a link Thedford's .'. ' "Black-Draught Is, In my opinion, the best liver tha martrpt " states Mrs. R. H. White side, of Keota.Okla. She continues: "I had a pain in my chest after eating tight, uncomfortable feel ingand this was very disagreeable and brought on headache. I was con stipated and knew it was r. indigestion and , inactive V uver. i ocg4n mc Ms v. Black-Draught, flight and Mlflir and it sure IS splendid, and certainly givo rciwb r s j. lit- COUNTY COUNCIL TO JOIM STATE FARMER BUREAU ' , f ,; ,i 'j.;i-' Tp DELEGATION 0 ATTEN0';4H MEETING AT NASHVILE FR-f DAY SO INStRUttEb.'!' ,, ' AT MEETING OF DlREpTOfS Question of Becoming a Part" of the Permanent State ftd Federal Or conization Will Be Submitted .5 the Members August 27. -1 m "S3i ... ' 'j & Haghes worn : i ui,vuu ...... - "school Prof. Lovell discussed the of her life in the community which niallartl is the original stock diimesticated duck. I..im Oldcarf'e was the first au im.ms the British nobility. tonus the chief rol.iring matter unit yands. U. inlidw trout Are most brilliantly i ' i in breeding time. IRF CREAM SUPPER AT CONCORD SCHOUL smith-Hushes work in detail, and urg ed that parwits of the community seild thPir sons to Columbia to take aavan f.Jirp nf the opportunity to secure agri- .,i,,rBi tiAinins: v at Centrat High nil.." Hnlinnl. ' l County Agricultural Agent S. u. ad- ernathy briefly discussed . prouiema which now confront the farmer. Mrs (1. E. Muriel, of Jacksonville, Florida, is visiting Mr.fcnd Mrs. Frank Leonhardt and her mother, Mrs. S.;A. Leonhardt. - Concord Locust wood is especially tough. . . hutiea of the u r .re Planning to give an ice community re v . upper nV. The rWfm, the Concord school house, the ?nth at tue -"" w...i. Tha proceeds to be for . - public is toed. . she died. She had been a memDer oi the Methodist church since girlhood and was held In .the highest esteem nmi beloved by all who knew her. Mrs. White is survived by four sons D. P. White, Dallas, Texas; a. o white. Cedar Hill. Texas, w. vv White, of Oklahoma, and N. A, White, nf Pnlnnihia The funeral will be conducted at 3 nvinck Sunday afternoon at Concord i, tha rm. s. A. Sadler. Inter mit will be in the Concord cemetery The Maury Undertaking Company m charge. Mrs. E. U Murphy. A. U Murphy and family have returned to their homes m Atlanta after a visit to rela tives here. Miss Mai Small and Abe Small, of Murphysboror HI., are visiting their grand father, A. Chesiar, and family in West End. 1 1 i or . For over seventy jreari this purely vegetable preparation has been found beneficial by thou sands of persons sutler ing from effects of a tor pid, or slow-acting liver. Indigestion, biliousness, colic, coated tongue, diz ziness, constipation, bit ter taste, sleeplessness, lack of energy, pain in back, pithiness under the eyes any or all of these symptoms often fndicate that there is something the matter with your liver. You can't bt too careful about the medi cine vou talce. Be sure thai the (name. "Thed ford's Black-Draught," is on the package." At all druggists. Accept Only the Genuine. i.Sj 1; 4 ' MB (From Monday's Daily Herald.) ' Maury county's council of agricul ture is going to be represented by a large delegation of its directors and it is .hoped also by its members at th. meetinc in Nashville next Friday s to organize a temporary state farm bu reau federation. ' This delegation, instructed to vote to enter "4 tempbra- organization, with the Question or B- - nally entering a state reaeranon. to;p, submitted to" the membership Of jh Organization HI mo omuu .i"'r,' ' rr- .,, be held on SaturdayAugust 47," the Middle Tepnessee, Experiment ;v.Bia- ttnn " ' ': ' ' i ; ' . . ' ft .1 Decision to this effect was. unauVi a well ' attended si ;, aiuurjij av,-.w- - ----- i w " meeting of the -directors of the coun- v - - ... .... L. '.. '-v. Clkl. cil held ftt tne court noun day afternoon, fresidem) J'drter fill head the delegation and ft wllllnclud-: some of the womon directors. , About a half doaen of the directors pledgod themselves to attend the meetlng.'ftt - i was the concensus, of pptototf' that :,? Maury county should enter the" nation al and State organizations without tjir ther delay. Some ot the members ; go through in cars anu ouiers ou tar train. ' . '; '' ,".,'A . It was decided to ask each target : P , of the council to weae a badge H.ft.V ing his membership during the three t days meeting of the farmer's convn. tlon here in August. The seed committee suhBiltted a , ;y port through Chairman A.E. Murphy which showed that seeds ot nne quaii- j ty had been contracted for a t savings to the farmers ot more than ten per , , cent. , " ".(.' The committee to which was refer red the question of the advisability of -printing a bulletin reported - that ft deemed it best that the publication, of the bulletin, because of the short time . , and scarcity of funds, be posiponeu . until the beginning of the new. year. BELOVED mil nun mm victim Flounders are found along shores of almost all countries. the The-United States levied its first Internal revenue tax in 1791. The owl parrot -( the South Paclflq islands rarely flies. DODSOW'S UVER TONE KILLS CALQMEt 'SALE Uon t sicken or salivate youreell or paralyze your sensitive liver by taking Calomel which is quicks! iw Your dealer sells each bottle harmless "Dodson's Uver Tone un !er an irondad. money-back guarantee that it regulates ine nc-. - and bowels better than calomel with oS? making you slck-15 million hot ties sold. (Advt.) A wedding takes place every thir teen seconds lu. New York City. Mangrove trees form dense groves to the very edge ot the ocean. Cyclones revolve in opposite direc tions in the two nemiBpneres. AUSTIN PRfWHI ; DEATH'S VICTIM MISS ANNIE ARMSTRONG .DIES 'AFTER SHORT ILLNESS AT HER " . HOME" NEAR 2I0N. , (From Saturday's Daily Herald.) I Miss Annie Armstrong, aged sixty nine years, beloved woman of the Zion community, died at 12 .o'clock last night at her home after an illness of only two or three days. two.;..! had long been a member of Zion church and was widely known and respected in the community which she resided. ei.. nrvived by two brothers, Dr. Armstrong, of Memphis, and Wiise Armstrong, of Hohenwaia. two .A.r Minn Ida Armstrong, of Zion. Mrs I.lza Deecher. of Columbia. CI uu - . ti.' fnnpral will.be conducted i 11 o'clock Sunday nio'rnlng at Zion hrrh hr the ltevr Clyde jonnsou interment will be-ui.lh. Zion cemef tery. v . YOUNG MAN DIES AT HIS HOME ,,' ON M'KAY STREET AFTER ILL NESS OF LONG DURATION. (From Monday's Dally Herald.) A,latin Prewitt. aged twenty-eight years died at 10:30 o'clock. Sunday morning at his honve on McKay street after an illness ot two years duration. Mr. Prewitt was a member pj. (tne Christian church and was regarded as a splendid young man. He la sur vived by his wife and twin babies, and one sister, Miss Lettie B. Prewitt. . The funeral was conducted at Jl o'clock this morning at the Morrow. cemetery on Loves branch by the Rev. M. Skinner. The interment was , in the family burying ground. The Maury Undertaking Co. in charge., . ' , . 11 v.-'- .' Mexicans brew a fiery beef from tlw sotaJ p'snt a variety of the agave.