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QUARTERLY REPORT OF COUNTY
JUDGE V. C, WH1TTHORNE lor Quarter Ending, September 30, 1921 , ...,(!, ...ibmit the following report for the p,urter ending Septum- THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921 rv PAGE SEVEN be r ' Quart''1 1 Circuit 1 jurors Jail ... mill 1'" Work M'11 Ordiiii'1'' Tiii. 'I Disbursements for tho Quarter. ui-nd;inee . i(. hi 1 1 'osts and Charity 1 13.20. 1)00.73 500.00 (J6.00 1,027.71 1,308.82 . 2,518.08 0, 10.48 ,l.nvo ordinary oxpenseB are classified us follows: Salari''-1 ..' ;ici'iii'i 'lint!!!:; ami MUiniiiory . . Court !!'"iso ...... lloaltli : .j.-, jlisn'H; mis vini wmiiii iiiiu.or icpori mat mere was to tho credit of the various ac founts !.: 01 hcntouiuer jutn, lazr, the following sums: County School .$12,173.71 ..?3,204.no . . 320.0') . . 1HJ0.22 .. 810.81 . . 7.50 .. 41G.15 ,.$5,810.48 STEADY GROWTH OF METHODISTS, PASTOR REPORTS FIRST CHURCH HAS MADE SUB STANTIAL GAIN IN MEMBER ' SHIP DURING PAST YEAR. ENTERPRISE HAS ALL VETERANS OF GREATEST SHOW IH ITS HISTORY COMMUNITY FAIR FAR SURPASS ES ANYTHING OF THE KIND IN FORMER YEARS. FINANCIAL CONDITION IS GOOD j NUMBER AND QUALITY EXHIBITS Pastor Leaves to Attend Tennessee "Annual Conference to Ee Held at Springfield General Conference . Next May at Hot Springs. Tax Account .; Tux Account .-. , . Highway I ax Account Sink ii 1 u Fund Account' .A Bridie Tax Account . High School Account . Highway Maintenance Account Highway Bond Account School liond Account I have to fu:ther report to the ? 15,047.46 17,727.04. ..... ... 5,817.83 .......... l2n.742.0G '..,". 8,919.01 3,749.84 ............ 14,000.43 ...... ...... . .. . . 750 03 ...... y ..... ..I " C8.G81.01 Court that the quota of Maury Coun ty's insane patients in the central Hospital is filled and we have therein two extra patierit3, and we hiive in the County Jail two' more patients, and several others on the waiting list. , Several of those pattents are harmless and the question presents itself if it would notbe to the best interestof the County to instruct the Pcor Home ('onimi8sio::cra to have erectel a suitable house at . the County Home to properly take care of these patients. In uny event I ,be!ieve we shoild have a County Asylum to take care of our excess harmless ' insane poor. Respectfully, - V. C. WHITTHORNK, Judge. Abls and Eloquent Address Is Deliv ered by E.- H. Ayres, Member of the County Eoard of Education Boosts the School Spirit. HUNDREDS EXHIBlflON PEOPLE COME "0 COLUMEIA TO DAY FROM EVERY NOOK AND CHAN NY OF COUNTY.- seen on this lung table, which extend ed nearly the entire length of the big garage. All manner of fine potatoes, ftects, pumpkins, hams, meat3, field sec. Is, grasses, etc., were to bo fouu 1 BEAUTIFUL DISPLAYS ARE SEEN t1icrc 111 abumlancc- I Ksppvially creditable was .the show- I Santa Fc , and Lorn Competing for Community Pri-t Hundreds of In dividual Entries Made by Farmers and Farmers Wives. i From Momlas Daily Herald.) IToiu hill and glade, from Inount and valley, from every nook and enm ity of Maury , county people streamed into i umbia today to attend one oZ tin; mi yt, eredita'de county fairs held here in many years. It wmlil.be impossible to estimate the crowd here -they were coming and ro.n ; all day ions the b'K Hardi sn Kara .:, where the farm and home exhibits wore "to bo seen, was filled re pialediv with' people, who after view m Hi" splendid collection of exhibits moved away to make room for othe:s. Contrary to e.r citations, only two f the i rpantood communities of th3 loniii . In ought to the fair complete 'liibits, these being Santa Fc and !s"in luil. they made up for the non appearance- of Cull'eoka, Enterprise, Hampshire uml others. The jud.ze not decided tetvvecn the rival ex hd.iu, and it ap;:eired to the casual 'd'erwr that it wou'.d be almost a up us to which should take th3 ''i1'. I'ib 'on, they were both splendid. 'I'll'- exhibits of corn, both the boys lit:, and the individual showings j ies everything like new :,.! war swfcmdid and did i moncln Dyes' t - the county, but' tho table of j perfect home dyeing Micous products ins inude in the woman's department Lon;; shelve:; of beautiful canned goods, which made one's mouth water as ho, looked on, and beautifully exe cuted neello -and cnibroideVy work contributed no little to the success of tho fair. Outside the big garage were to be seen the live stock fine sheep, cat tie, lio;s and horses. On the other side the garage was one of the nus. magnificent showing of fine ptultry ever held in the county. Space forbids today the publication of (lie-tenth oi' the interesting fea tures of the exhibit ionf and this will make its appearance in duo form as soon, an information can bo secure 1 from 'the judges. , Owing to the fact that all the exhib its were not in until noon, judging d'd not begin until after noon. (From Monday's Daily Herald.) Cloning his iirst year's work as pas tor of the First Methodist church here, Dr. VV. B. Taylor rendered a detailed and most interesting report to an liu dienco that packed the church audi torium to overflowing. Dr. Taylor paid a splendid tribute to the official board of the church, which is headed by E, P. Turner. Ho declared that this board had worked tirelessly throughout the year, and as a result all but about $125 of the church's assessment was in hand, and that this "was in sight," having been guaranteed by "members of the board. Especially did , Dr. Taylor compli ment the woman's work. He declared that the growth of the women's mis sionary societies had been almost phe nomenal, the increase in membership havngbeen more than one hundred per cent. Dr. Taylor showed that durng the year tho clwrch had contributed fiom all sources to missionary work, both foreign and home, more than, $G,00) which is considered a remarkable i showing. During the year the . church has made substantial growth, both through professions of faith and by letter, and the financial condition of the church is regarded as satisfactory. Dr. Taylor ca'.led attention to the meeting of the general conference at Hot Springs, Ark., in May, when he said general church legislation would be enacted. He invited the member ship of the First church to prepare such legislation as it thought would be of benefit to the church and submit momoria's to tho general conference when it meets. Many other matters of deep interest to the congregation were detailed by tho speaker, who filled them with pride' in tho accomplishments for the year. Dr. Taylor said that although there had been no phenomenal in crease in the "membership during the year, this perhaps was duo to the fact that no revival services had been held. He said that none wou'd be held until after the municipal aud county eloctirns, because these forth coming events would divide the inter est of the membership, and it would Ire impossible to conduct a succjEsfel meeting during the time jnterven ng. Dr. Taylor and other ministers from this secfien, as well "as delegates and laymen from the churches in this soc tion will leave tomorow for the Ten nosreo annual conference, which meets at Springfield. The de'cTation will leave Nashville at 2 o'clock' for tho Robertson county capital. SOUTH EXPECTED ATTEND REUNION PROVISION BE MADE FOR THOSE NOT FINANCIALLY ABLE TO GO. PLANS BE ANNOUNCED MONDAY At Meeting of the Local Confederate Bivoui-c the Itinerary of the Special Train to Chatt.inooca Will Ce' Made Known. a n 3! n a d nsrifD n i d o o Pains E3 DYED HER SWEATER : AND SILK STOCKINGS INJURIES BY CAR (Fiom Saturday's Daily Herald.) What every one pronounced the bos. fair that section has ever held .was that' at li'nterprise on Friday, Tiic attendance was largo being estimated at not !osa than DOO and the arrangj mint of the exhibit was exceptionally good. Perhaps the best coin display that will bo' soon in the county this year featured tho fair. There was no less than thirty displays of corn and Cointy Agent Abernatliy pronounced every, one of them good. There were several varieties of corn shown bul fs'ui's paymaster predominated. Wery feature of the fair was good No community has made greater pro gress than the ' Enterprise section. This fact was demonstrated in the number and quality of all the exhib its. . Unusual enthusiasm was aroused bj the big exhibition of women's can n'ng. This exhibit probuuly will no be surpassed either iu size or in quai ity in Tennessee at any, comminity fair, it wa3 so large that it extended entirely across one side of the com modious school auditorium. In va rioty it could nft be excelled, fot there, was every kind of preserve, jelly, jam, marmalade, pickles, sauc:e3, etc. The display was artistically ar ranged. There was also a most excollent showing of women's needle work The stock and poultry were fine. The latter deserve espcaial mention. All of the birds were shown in uniform and standard coops whtch added much to the appearance of the exhibit It would be impossible to describe all of the exhibits. But nothing but words of praise were heard from the argo number of visitors at the fair They uttered every possible phraro of joy and delight at the showing that was made. Thoro was a splendid declamation contest by the school pupils. The medal to the twinner was awarded by Hint Kittrell. the e'onuent young Mt. Pleasant banker. Mr. Kittiell's brief address was a gem. The address of the day was deliv ered by E. 11. Ayres, of the county board of education. Although the crowd was naturally disappointed that Gov, Taylor could not come, they soon found that they had lost nothing in oratory. Mr. Ayres sustained hi-t splendid reputation as a forceful an oloouent sneaker. He made an ear nest anil impassioned plea for tho ru ral school and for the development of the best in ttie citizenship of the coun try. Ho congratulated Enterprise poo pie on their public spirit and devotion to the high ideals of American citizenship. (From Saturday's Daily lienld.) ' It is exported that e.cry Conlcder ii to soldier in Maury county who If physically able to go will attend the annual reunion of the Confedeiate ol enitis of tho South to be held at Chat tanooga for three days beginning; on October 25. ' Plans are already under way by the Daughters of tho Confederacy, the old soldiers and their friends to send such if tho veterans as are not linutuial'y able to 'go. The expense for doing this will be small as there aro few in the county not ablo to go and the co3t, will pe only $10.10 each. Even should there bo as nia,ny as ten, and that is probably an overestimate, in this class, the cost would be oa'y $100. Last year when the reunion was held in far off Texas provision waa made for all who wanted to go and wore unable to de fray the expense. ' J , The program for tho reunion ha3 already been prepared. The morn'ng session on October 25 will be large y taken up with addresses of welcome j and responses. In the al'tornocn thore will he a business session, Sav-1 eral well knowij sneakers wl 1 tel heard and Chattanooga is making the j most elaborate preparation for, the en tertainment of the old heroes. At the meeting here on Monday o? the local Confederate bivouac detailed plans for tho trip to Chattanooga will be announced. It is expected .that by that time Gen. John L. Jone3, in charge of the local arrangement-?, will know the exact itinerary of the special train that will carry the veterans. The low rate applies to sons and daugh ters and families of the Confederate veterans. In addition to the soldiers a big crowd will go from Columbia lie cause Chattanooga is one of the most interesting places in the South to vis- K. BJ1 V Were Terrific kmci now jvus. Aioeri O Gregory, P l.Bluford Ki her ills. ' I was awfully weak El El My paws were terrific. Wt thoucht 1 would die. Tl Q 0 bearing-down pains were Q Q actually so severe 1 could p Qj not stand the pressure of D S3 NflMFnFIFRATFK & STATE MEETING HERE OCT. 25TH DO P 3 how Mrs. Albert Si U of R. F. D. No. era ird, III., got rid of H "During ... I 1J3 EL fie i ana , The or J3L my hands on the lower gf IB art of my stomach . . . B3 simpiy icit as ii ine was o g for but a short time. My BJ3 I uusuana was wornea ... yi j3 One evening, while read- Q Q ing me oinnuay anna- gj nac, he came across a Q Q case siniilai lo mine, and ES m Q went straight for some 0 Ej 13 iiruui tor me iu ny. 3 . d ja ETa TAKE au DO O i S5 MF1 mm eg mm I The Woman's Tonic . "I took it faithfully and the results were immedi ate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "1 continued to get bet- q ter. all my ills left me, I and I went through , , , O with no further trouble. n' My uaby was fat and ft strong, and myself thank J3. God am once more hale El and hearty, can walk H Q miles, do my work, EJ though 44 years old, feel H like a new person. All I pii owe t0 Cardui." For ... rj; v,os iimiijr jitati'i vaiuuj una been found helpful In hiiildinor n fh svstem . -j when run down by dis- orders peculiar to women, Bo laKe Cardui H Q - D o pn a n 1.8 MAKiNG PR06RESS reOWELL- SCHOOL PROVED TO RE FATAL YOU'RE SICK, BILIOUS! TAKE GASCARETS FOR Each package of -'Diamond Dyes contains directiops so simple that nr tlnf fariert. tZuUy skirts, dresses, waists, coats, Lynnvillo three months ago wln he sweAtera, stockings,, hangings, draper- JOE MILLER YOUNG THROWN FROM BUGGY THREE MONTHS AGO IS DEAD. , (From Monday's Daily Herald.) Succumbing to injuries received from an automobile last June -Joe Milf ler, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. h. Young, of Highland Farm, tn 'the Culleoka pike, died 'on Sunday morn ins. The little fellow was injured iu ill liny "Dia other kind-Hne is guaranteed, if vnn have never dyed before. perhaps at-, . druacist whether the mater- ----- . - , !IL- the trreater,t attention, ah i mi vou w-i: ,,f f.,,., rnrin wan tn' lie i rr whether it is linen, cotton. IfmillUUM -- or un. (Advt.) 6 sh to dye is wool or silk, or mix- Griffin & Jones, Agents CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO. Wcs! Ttli St., owr Jako ll.nii,, Columbia, 'lenr ed goods. streak, spot, fade, England has a mill si.l magit.aie I in tho person of Miss Mary Anno i Dews, a colli weaver in the town of ' riow-sberry. and who has recently been appointed a justice of the peace. was with his parents seated in a bug gy.' An automobile struck the buggy aud turned 1t over. The little boy was thrown violently to the ground and sustained injuries which'pro-ved to be fatal. "' rraycrs were said on Sunday at the residenco by Rev. John II. Barber and Dr. VV. D. Taylor, after which the 're mains were taken to Nashville for in torment in Spring Hill cemetery. Mau ry Undertaking Company in charge. . ( Herald Cheap Column Ads Uay. , Get a lo-cent box now! You're bilious! Vour liver and bow els need a thorough cleansing with Cascarets, then the headache, dizzi ness, bad. breath, and stomach misery will end. No griping nicest physic i on earth. (Advt.) 2 v PLACING OF THE HOOF 13 EX PCCTED TO CEGIN AT AN EARLY DATE. (From Saturday's Daily Herald.) Work is progressing; most sati: fac lorily and rapidly on (he McDowell school building. Sergeant Stoke.:, who is superintending the work for the committee, declares that it will In tho best constructed . brick vene r building in the country when complet ed. The timber work is up above thn first story and within a short time the layingV the roof will begin. It wi'l lie only a short time thereafter until the brick will be laid. It will, howev er, be many weeks before the build ng wi'l be ready for occupancy. When completed this building' will bg a cred it to the ninth district and to tho 'unity of Maury. LIBERAL RESPONSE LOCAL CIRCLE KING'S DAUGH- . TER3 PREPARING FOR THE JU; BILEE CONVENTION. 10 HAVE LARGE DELEGATION Expected That About Sevonty-Flve Out of Town Dclsgates andjOfficers Wilt Attend To Be Entertained" by the Members. (From Friday's Daily Horald.) Delegates were elected and plans made for the leceptien and onto. tain mint of tho jubileo convention of tho i.ng's Daughters of Tennesseo to be' held here this month, by tho Guided Circle of tho King's Daughters at their meeting ui Thursday afternoon. The convention "will meet at tho Garden Sheet ' Presbyterian church on Octo ber 25 for three days session. It 13 ex pected that Bomo soventy-flvo dele gates and ofllcors will be in attend ance. Tho delegates will be entortained by tho members of tho local circle iu their homes and already the commit tees have made a canvass of the mem bers with tho rosult that an abund ance of home are assured. Tho dole gates will be served tho morning and even.ng meals at tho homos of their hosts and at noon a luncheon will be ; aerved for them at the church. The locul circle with 111 members is .entitled to eleven delegates and as many votes at the stafe convention,! It will have one of the largest delega tions at the state body. Eleven dele gates and as many alternates were 0 ected at tho meeting Thursday. The following are. tho delegates: Mrs. Jesse C. Ellington, Mrs. Frank F. Everett, Mrs. A. E. Sheldon, Mrs. James I. Finney, Mrs. Walter P. Wol dridge, Mrs. Jos. L. Hagey, Mrs. Mary Hine, Mrs. H. . Hurlburt, Mrs. Walter D. Hastings, Mrs. Paul H. Faucette, Mrs. Wheeler. The alternates fol low: Mrs. George T. Hughes, Mrs. Fry, Mrs. William P. Moore, Miss Rosa Bamett, Mrs. Oscar L. Dortch, Mrs. J. Eastin Littlefield, Mrs. Rush Gresham, Mrs. Hugh Todd Shoiton, Mrs. John P.. Padgett, Mrs. Thomas H. Grizzard and Mrs. John M. hums. Financial statements for the past year made on Thursday show that it has beeji one of the best in the histo ry of tho organization here,. These re ports will be presented to the state eonventicn. : Telephone Rate . Hearing , Will be . Resumed Oct. 24 DISTRICT AGENTS JUDGING fXHi8i!S (From Friday's Daily Herald.) District Agent J. M. Dean and Dis trict Demonstration Agent Mrs. Hat tie F. Wendell left this mm ning to at tend the big two day fair at I,awreii':e !,urg. The district agents will do the judging of the exhibits. Special to The Herald. NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. S. Tho Tennessee utilities commission will icjumo hearings on the Cumberland Telephone rate case tn October 21. PHOSPHATE CITY SUBSCRIBES LARGE SUM FOR MUSCLE SHOAL' DEVELOPMENT. IF, 0111 Saturday's Da ly Herald ) .' With it.! usual gonoivsity the citi zc n.T of Mi. I'Jo ::;a nt. have -liberally juba ril.cd to r.r.nds for u. e in tho tie voV)n:o!!t at MusHo Shoals. The f .i- lrAving account of their script on ir; taken from the Ti i-Cit los Daily: "N. C. Kiting, of Florence, and W. Jf. Hatch,, of Sheffield, rcprouout'ng the Tennessee River Improvement As sociation, visited Mt. Pleasant yester day in copneVtioii with llio campaign tor funds to carry on the work of tho association. A meeting of representa- I livrv r.ilions wan huiTiedfv f illleu at ono of tho banks and a local commit tee headed by Dr. C. Y. Clarke and James A. English was appointed to tako charge of the work of raisins funds. During the day over $100 wa3 raised aud the local committee is con fident that over $500 will be raised. "The people of Sheffield foel that Mt. Pleasant has the same interest In the development at Muscle Shoa's that Shefliold has, though in smaller degree and they appreciate very much the ( o oporation of Mt. Pleasant at this time and they wish to extcnl their thanks to Dr. Clarke and Mr. hnt.lish and tho other gentlemen in Mt. f easant for the courtenics shown Mr. Kiting and Mr. Hatch riurn; NORMQUS VOLUME CHANCERY MOTES THOSE FOR THE PAST TERM CON TAIN MORE THAN 200,000 WORDS. Mrs. W. E. Smith and'daugiiter, tireir visit" Miss Willie May, and son, Lee, and Mrs. Ed Lamar and daughter. Mis j Now York claims to have deve'ip Ruby, left last week for Florida, driv-' ed ,mo;e women (hamp:rn, swimmtra ing through, the country in their car. ', tl'ar. any other city. (From Friday's Daily Herald.) Chancery court will adjourn for the term next week, and will reconvene on the following Monday for the Octo ber term. Tho court has boen practi cally in continuous session slnco the third Monday of" April and has bout a very busy term. Some idea of the volume of busi ness transacted can bo obtained from tire size of tho minutes, no less thin ;122 "typewrit ten pages being reauhed to hold the decree.?. Much of this :bs tabulated work too, settlements, divi sions, reports, etc. The average page of miutes contains GUI word, so that the minutes of the term will aggie gate 203,200 words. No neater or bet ter arranged set of minutes are kept by any clerk than those of Col. Morn P. Fariss, .the local clerk and master. The actual recording of the decrees U done by Miss Delia Anderson, one of the office force. Miss Anderson is an expert with the book typewriter and her tabulations are models of neal n;ss and accuracy. She seldom makes a Bingle error. ' 'I Wrttrn Nnwn Urur Herald Cheap Column Ads Pay. j Herald Cheap Column Ads Pay. - t C-A10IL GOOD BUT AWFUL TREACHEROUS MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL Keep Your Mouth Shut, Boyl - . ; - yQM Q0 NOU &VI:K1ftW: WLV )5g--'- ' EAH , HiUtA I s jv- Next Dose May Salivate, Shock Llvei i Or Attack Your Bones. You know tv-hat calomel Is. It's mer cury; quicksilver. Calomel is tlan?- icons, .it crasncs into sour mm uo I flvnamite. ciamping anl sickening I you. Calomel attacks the 'hones and I should never be put into your system, j K yoif feel bilious, headachy, constj: paled and all knocked out. Just go ti I your druggist and get a bottle of Dod j son's Llvor Toi.c for a Tew cents i winch .s a harmless vegetable sub- rt tuta for dangernus calomel. Take ; a spocntul and ir it doesn t sUrt your liver and straighten you ptnetter and quicker than nasty calomel and with ! out making you sick, ycu Just go bacK j and get your money. I Don't take calomel! It makes you 1 sick the next day; it does you a day s work. Dodson's, Liver Tone. straight ens you right up and "you reel greaL No salts necessary. G.ve U to the children because It Is perfectly harm less and can not salivte. A.1vt Z !