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THI COLUMBIA HERAL FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1111.
Save Time and "Sweat 01 Ihe Brow!" Plow More Corn and Plow il Better!! STAIE INSTITUTE PAY. TRIBUTE TO FOR CONVENIENCE E AT CEMREVILLE COL. K.C. YEATMAN OF THE LAWYERS WILL OPEN ON JUN E FIFTH COUNTY NUT FO TEACHERS John Deere Riding Disc Plows Do It We guarantee that you can plow your corn as well or better, with a JOHN DEERE RIDER. You can do it with practically the same draft on the team, and plowing will then be a "snap" to YOU. You can go over your crop quicker, and more often. Some of the points in which JOHN DEERE riders excel are PERFECT CONT RO L f E ASE OF ADJUSTMENT.HIGH WHEELS,LIGHT DRAFT. We can furnish side harrow, spring tooth, four shovel, or six shovel attachments, at small additional cost. REMEMBER WE GUARANTEE THIS PLOW ABSOLUTELY TO DO GOOD WORK. Come to see us, we will be glad of the privilege of showing you. Yours truly, Harlan, Porter $ Walker I Both Phones No. 15 AUTHOR OF QUIET SUNDAYS DELIVERS HIS LECTURE HERE REV. EDWARD THOMSON, D. D., IS HEARD AT THE FIRST METHO DIST CHURCH IN ELOQUENT SPEECH TH5 CREED OF SABBATH OBSERVATION. The sermon of Rev. Edward Thom son, D. D., at the First Methodist church Thursday evening was well at tended by Columbians. Dr. Thomson attributed the decadence of nations to the lack of Sabbath observance. Some of the doctrines enumerated by Dr. Thomson were: No Sunday trains, except those absolutely necessary, no Sunday newspapers; no more than six days work for any man in one week; half holidays on Saturday for recreation that cannot be Indulged In on Sundays, and Sunday strictly as a day of rest and one to be given ever to thought Dr. Thomson is the originator of the idea of closing postofSces on Sun COMMENCEMENT SERMON AT C.M.A. STP6NG TALK MADE BY NASH VILLT MINISTER TO THE CADETS. A strong sermon was delivered by Rev. L. E. McNair, of Nashville, to the cadets of Columbia Military Acad emy at the chapel Sunday morning. The sermon was listened to with, much interest by the full corps of ca dets. The sermon dealt especially with the start to be made in life by these young men who are just leaving school. WANT SENATE j TO REOPEN PROBE j SPRINGFIELD, 111., May 22. The in the list or teachers named for Illinois State Senate today, by a vote the First district an error waa re ef 39 to 10, passed a resolution ask- ported in two of the schools. The fol ing the United States Senate to re- lowing are the schools and the cor- open the investigation of the leecion of United States Senator Lcrimer. WiL'iam day, which has recently been tried so successfully here. He recommends the following pointers as a means of more strict Sabbath observance- The latest statistics of this country show that men live longer, are more effective, more thoughtful, more mor al, and more valuable from every standpoint where a quiet and worship ful Sunday prevails. It is unfair to allow any business to get seven trading days. Other things being equal, the work of a year in quality and quantity 1b greater under a six day system than under seven. The quiet, thoughtful Sunday Is the conservator of all that is best in man. BIG BARBECUE AT THE FAIR GROUNDS HIGHLAND PARK PEOPLE HOLD AN ENJOYABLE OCCASION THERE. An enjoyable occasion waa held at the fair grounds Saurday night about seventy-llv people being pres ent. The cloudy weather and the rain kept away a greet many of the 'people who had intended coming, and several of the barbecued sheep were left over after the feast The barbe cue was to be held in a grove, but ( could not be on account of the ! weather. TEACHERS NAMED IN F1RST DISTRICT rect list of teachers therefor: Roach school Miss Josle Galloway. j Johnson's Chapel J. A. McKnight PROF. MONCRIEF, OF THE FOGG HIGH SCHOOL WILL BE IN CHARGE. Special to The Herald. CENTRE VILLiE, Tenn., May 19. State Superintendent of Public In struction, J. W.'BrlBter, has designat ed Centreville as the location for one of the State institutes for teacher to be held this summer. The institute will begin Monday, June 12, and con tinue for four weeks under the able instruction of five well known teach ers of the State, including one in agri culture and one in primary methoda Prof. Moncrief, of the Fogg High School, Nashville, will be in charge and Superintendent Birster will be a visitor. Ample boarding accommoda 'tions at reasonable rates have been arranged at the hotels, boarding bous es, and residences of the town. ! The institute will grant secondary State teachers certificates for life,. Xo teacher in this section of the State can afford not to attend the insti- jtute at Centreville. It is believed that there will be a large attendance from Montgomery, Houston, Cheat bam, Dickson, Williamson, Humph ries, Perry, Maury, Lewis, Wayne, Lawrence and Hickman counties. Centreville with its excellent moral and cultured surroundings i3 an ideal location for the institute. Located in the highlands where the nights are cool and the atmosphere invigorating the comfort of those attending is as sured. The numerous streams, such as Duck river and Swan creek, will afford recreation in the form of fish ing and rowing. Other out door sports will be provided for those who enjoy such things. BUILDING BRIDGE AT WlLLIAMSPtiRT WORK COMMENCES THERE BY THE MIDDLE TENNESSEE RAILROAD. The bridge over the Duck river at Williamspon will be completed in a short time. Already the work of lay- iing the steel spans over the river lhave been comenced by the Middle 'Tennessee Railroad. As 60on as this I bridge is completed, cars will be run over the road from Franklin to Wil- liamsport. CASE SETTLED OUT OF COURT COMPROMISE IS EFFECTED IN THE KNIGHT GREEN SUIT. A compromise was announced this (morning in the suit of Mrs. Sall'.e B. , Knight, administratrix, against W. M. Green for $25,000 damages. The ' terms of the agreement were the deeding of the roadway and property 'in dispute to Mrs. Knight, while re serving easement and right of wa by the owner, the payment of $3,000 to 'the administratrix, and the costs of i the case. ' Attorney General Horace Frlerson j asked that a nolle prosequi be enter ed in the case of the State vs. W M. Green for the murder of C. D. Knight This is the end of a long suit which ihas twice been returned to the court by juries which failed to agree on a verdict. Green shot and fatally wounded' C. D'. Knight in March of last year, In a quarrel over the boun dary line between their farms. Foley Kidney Pills take hold' of your system and help you to rid yourself of your dragging bachache, dull headache, nervousness, impaired eyesight, and of all the Ilia resulting from the impaired action of your kid neys and bladder. Remember it is Foley Kidney Pills that do thia. WOLDRIDGE CO. WILLIAMS GOES TO MT. PLEASANT J. W. Williams, until recently Dtan ager of the Cumberland Telephone , eicange at Culleoka, has accepted a i position as manager of the Citizens Telephone Co. at Mt Pleasant He .was succeeded at Culleoka by J R. Tldwell, of Columbia. BELLED BUZZARD MAKES APPEARANCE The unusual appearance of a bell ed buzzard has caused considerable comment on the Bear Creek pike, a few miles from town. The bird ap-j peared there a few days ago, and has j been seen every day since thatj time. RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE TRUSTEES OF THE COLUM BIA INSTITUTE At its annual meeting, the Board of Trustees of Columbia Institute, adopt ed the following resolution, offered by Bishop Gallor, and ordered them to become a part of the minutes of the meeting: "The Board of Trustees of Colum bia Institute adopts this minute to commemorate the character and ser vice of CoL Henry C. Yeatman, who, for more than twenty years served with exemplary fidelity and unfailing devotion upon this board. Col. Yeatman was a gentleman of the finest type, noble and distinguish ed in appearance, gracious and cour teous in manner, unwavering in loyal ty to this Institute and to the great principles of Christian education. We praise God for Lis example while we mourn the loss of his presence and wise counsel." KNIGHTS TEMPLAR ELECT OFFICERS FRATERNAL ORDER HOLDS SES SION AT HARRIMAN THIS MORNING. Special to The Herald. HARRIMAN, Tenn., May 19. At the morning session of the Knights Templar, the following officers were elected: E. O. G., J. C. Eggleston, of Franklin; K. D. G. C, W. G. Sheen, of Bristol; E. G. G., C. a Taylor; E. G. C. G., W. M. Bowen; E. G. S. W., J. W. Hunter; E. G. Prelate, L. W. Clark; E. G., Treasurer, J. K. Cur rier; E. G. Recorder, J. B. Garrett; E. G. Standard Bearer, A. T. Hooker; E. G. Sword Bearer, James Hobson; E. G. E., J. N. Thompson. LIVE AND LET LIVE DRUG CO. WILL OPEN ON WEST SEVENTH STREET ON OR ABOUT JULY FIFTEENTH. The Live and Let Live Drug Co. will open in a store house on West Seventh street on or about July loth. Dr. W. J. Latham and John B. Pa-ham compose the new firm. Dr. Latham was recently connected with the Brooks-Latham Drug Co, and up to that time was the prescriptionist for Geo. S. Alcorn. These gentlemen stated this morn ing to a Herald reporter that they would install an elegant soda foun tain and that the fixtures of the store would be the prettiest ever sepn in Columbia. A fuller and more detail ed announcement will be given later on. Dr. Latham has a card In this is sue of The Herald to his friends tell ing of his business prospects. NEW INDUSTRIES DURING THE WEEK The Tradesman's Weekly Review gives the following list of new indus tries in the State during the past week: Decaturville $15,000 bank. Knoxville $75,000 realty company. Memphis $5,000 electric company. Minor Hill $10,000 bank. Nashville $100,000 bottling works. Southside $4,000 hardware com pany! CHILDREN'S DAY 1 AT NEBO CHURCH An interesting program will be rendered on the fourth Sunday in this month at the Children's Day ex ercises to be held at the Mt Nebo Methodist church on that day. Attention Farmers and Wool Growers I want 100,000 pounds of Wool. See Me L. BARKER On the Square. I BUSINESS OF THE CIRCUIT COURT TO BE ARRANGED NEXT WEEK. On account of the meeting of the Tennessee Bar Asociation In Nash ville May 24, 25 and 26, the business of the circuit court which will be in session at that time, will very likely be arranged to allow the members of the local bar who desire to do so, to attend the sessions. There will be a reception tendered to the TenneBBee baristers by Percy Madden. The address of welcome will be delivered by Gov. B. W. Hoop W, and there will be speeches from Chief Justice John K. Shields, of the State Supreme Court, Judge D L. Lansdf n, of the Supreme Court, Judge J. C. Hlggins, of the Court of Civil A;.j-- ' ., State's Attorney General C. T. Ciues, Jr. On Thursday there will be a discussion between Judge S. D. McRe;-t.olds, of Chattanooga, and Judge A. B. Neil, of Nashville. CARD FROM DR. W. J. LATHAM I wish to thank my friends and pa trons for past favors and to announce that on or about July 15th I will be with the Live and Let Live Drug Co., of this city, with a new and up-to-date line of drugs and druggists sundries, and we will also have one of the swellest soda fountains ever brought to Columbia. In addition I will say that I am sure that I will be in a bet ter position to fill the wantB of my friends and customers more to their satisfaction, and I will appreciate a continuance of their patronage to the fullest extent. Respectfully, D&Wlt W. J. LATHAM. Foley's Kidney Remedy Acted Quickly M. N. George, Irondale, Ala., waa jothered with kidney trouble for nany years. "I was persuaded to ry Foley Kidney Remedy, and before aking it three days 1 could feel Its beneficial effects. The pain left my ack, my kidney action cleared up, ind I am so much better; I do not aesitate to recommend Foley Kidney Remedy." WOLDRIDGE CO. SPRING LAMBS TAKE A RISE PRICE GOES TO SIX CENTS DE SPITE THE EARLY OUTLOOK FOR GLOOMY SEASON. Lambs have taken a sensational rise within the last two or three Cays much to the delight of the farmers of Maury county who have not al ready sold or contracted to sell. This is also very agreeable news to the dealers who have bought at a smaller price for delivery this month. Lambs are worth six cents this morning with the market strong. Whether or not there will be a further rise is of course speculative but the indications are that the market will not be any weaker at least for a day or two. A large number of lambs have been contracted for delivery at five and a fraction cents. These contracts will of course inure to the benefit of the buyers but the fanners who sold will lose. But this is a sort of evening up process for last year when the mar ket was high and the dealeers were frequently caught upon a falling price. The increase in price of a cent a pound means about seventy-five cents a lamb, and that is a big sum lor a sheep county like Maury. MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR THE PYTHIANS PRINCIPAL ADDRESS DELIVERED AT GLENDALE BY DR. 8. R. HARDISON. Two graves of deceased Knights of Pythias were decorated at the Pleasant Mount cemetery Sunday af ternoon by the Camp Ground Lodge Xo. 203, of Glendale. Next Sunday the lodge will hold services over the last resting places of two of their members in Rose Hill cemetery. The principal address at the me- i morlal services was delivered Sunday afternoon by Dr. S. R. Hardison, of Columbia, at the Cumberland Presby terian church. He took for his sub ject "Pythianism." The speech was a strong one. and was heard by a large and appreciative audience. A short talk was made by Rev. T. E. Hudson, pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Pulaski. The graves at Pleasant Mount which were then decorated were those of Rev. F. S. Mitchell and S W. Smith. At Rose Hill the graves of I William Journey and Joe F. Fleming will be decorated. TO CONTINUE FOR TWO WEEKS AT THE ATHENAEUM BUILDING. PROGRAM BEING ARRANGED Miss Wilkins Engaged to Conduct the Primary Department Other Work to Be Done by the Teachers Asso ciation. The Summer Institute for the ilau j ry county teachers will open on June 1 5 and will continue for two weeks at 'the Athenaeum building. There is a great deal of interest expressed ia the institute this year, and a neat ;and attractive program is being ar ranged, which will be announced ia a few days. Miss Charlotte Wilkins, one ot the efficient teachers of the High School, hue been engaged to conduct the work in the primary department of the institute. Miss Wilkins is espec ially fitted for this department, hav ing had several years experience la that line. The other work of the ia stitute will be econducted by the teachers of the association. j During the last week of the coun ty institute here the State Institute will open at Centreville, and although this may have some effect on the at tendance at the Athenaeum, it is not expected to interfere with the local teachers meeting. The State insti tute will continue four weeks. ' The teachers who attend the State institute and are given a certificate there, are not required to obtain a certificate from the county superin tendent Supt. Graham will have general su pervision over the institute, and his work in the past assures the teach ers that the work will be well and ably conducted this year. Prof. Gra ham is acknowledged to be one of the best school men in the State. MAURY COUNTY BOY IS A GOOD PITCHER JOHN DOOLEY MAKES SPLENDID SHOWING WITH DECATUR TEAM. John Dooley, a young baseball pitcher from Maury county, i3 mak ing a record in the Southecstero league, with the Decatur team. He has been used in several games to stop the slaughter that has attended almost every contest in which Deca tur has engaged. Of the three games that have been won by Deca tur since the season opened, Dooley; has one to his credit. In a recent battle with Huntsville, after eight men had scored in the third inning on one of the other flingers.Dooley was sent to the rescue, and let the leaders down for the rest of the way with only four scratch his. Subscribe For The Herald. CHICHESTER S PILLS LTPD wiajioi itifclie fi I, l, I, for 8 years known as Bt, Sfe t. Aln-ays Keiibi SOLD BY t'KL'GGIST EVERYWHERE I Pr-iar W-000 accident nrt healh UCdJJ policy for 110 a year, pari 125a week for men and women. No medi cal examination. H. Cliff Hendlcy, Public Stenographer and Notary. .Parties Visiting Nashville i Desiring first -claw board stop with MRS. I K. C. 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