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A HERALD FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1912. GOV. B. V. HOOPER. f h .LIL.wvLDi nx.y , uir made the rac - w ueu 4nUihed Weekly by The HeraM lw0 years ag0, The Herald, In com- ... . . ! U nn1 A M A I VI A A n?l fl- Publlsning irfmpny. mon witn a large uuin - -"7rr-rh- nt democrats supported him because .Crtrrd at the postofflce at ColumbU. princlpleg . he represented, tan:, a H;ond das. mall matter. ed ntity. he the state. But w D HASTINGS Business he stood for those principles and pol y w . which appealed to the best elo- SUBSCRIPTION RATES'. Year ...... ....I9 vMx Mooits ...... !J.MlJliM.lJIMJImJI.Ml.Hj . f ho state's DODulation. He was the standard brarer of good gov ernment in Tennessee. The Herald did not support him uecause be was . - t.ii itivf CONTEST." I hut in rite of that fact inc. bfcuiwbn - , a. No one should be mislead by false lt believed in the cause and It had issues In the pending legislative con.' faith tnat Hooper would stand true to test in Maury county. They should thoae whoge commission he received. not allow the real question to be ob- J slnce tbat time Hooper , has been acured by an appeal to party loyal- trled He has served almost a full ty and party labels. There are ques- tem jtbe governor's office. No Uona In this campaign wnica man jn Rn the History 01 m above and beyond mere party illgn- ever faced greater difficulties or was ments. They go to tbe very founds- more embarassed, harassed and op tions of the government itself. posed by a hostile legislator than In this contest Messrs. Denton and GoT Ho0per. He has been tried and Long stand for the complete out- te8ted in every way possible. But lawry of the liquor traffic lnTennes- ne ba8 aiways stood true, to the prln aee. They are opposed to allowing cjpieB upon which he was elected. He the vicious liquor interests to de- baB been flm in the fafth. He has bauch and corrupt the legislature, the never faitered in his devotion to the Judiciary and the executive powers cau8e of good government He stands of the state. They are unwilling for ln thl8 campajgn for the very same the. state of Tennessee to surrender thJngB for which he stood two years to the lawless liquor Interests of ag0 f three or four cities and confess that There Is not only no reason upon it Is impotent to enforce its proper the eartn wby any democrat who vot nactments. - - ed for Hooper two years ago should Messrs. Denton and Long are op- QOt vote toT nim this year, but there posed to the back tax plunderbund are muitiplied reasons, which should which is fattening oil legitimate in- tmpei njm to j0 just as he did in 1910. .-dustry and enterprise in - the state Tw0 yearg ago Patterson had cUml and that is a constant menace to the nated hTmself from the contest. He best business interests of Tennessee. wIthdrew from politics. Tbis time They are opposed to legalized and ne na8 wltn brazen Impudence and in organized graft for tbe benefit of diBregard of every canon of decency favored attorneys at the expense of and jmess Injected his hated and the taxpayers of this state. " They nateful personality Into the contest would abolish the horde of back tax' Agajn tbe representative of the back - . ill Im nl- . . . a fee grabbers wno conuiuio u - x piunderDuna, yne paraon aronwr liance with the" liquor Interests the age Rnd tne uqnor machine Is much most powerful political machine that more offensive to good citizens this this state has ever known. year tnan va8 the candidate of those These candidates are opposed to eiements In 1910. The machine is salary grabs and salary Increases. b0der, m0re conscienceless and more They believe that public office desperate now than it was in 1910. It public trust They believe in the aDUBes all the decent people who do enforcement of the laws. They arenot wor8hip at its feet It despises forever against assassination as a re- every proper sentiment of good gov dress for -political wrongs," real or ernment and morality, fancied. They stand for I the best. Tne independent demociata and highest interests of all the peo- tw0 year8 ag0 voted for Hooper be ple not for the back! tax plunderbund, I h6 represented their ponvlc- , ha lawless llauor power" and the fln Thev now vote for him special Interests. - ''upon his record. He deserves the en- If Messrs Denton and Long are dorsement that he is seeking. And elected to the legislature they wiU;tney 8nouw pot overlook the fact vote against. M. R. Patterson's 9mbl- ;tnat wlth a favorabie legislature bis . tha uaat in the Sen-' - miil HmM ate of the United States once adorn. ' increased. The Herald will support (I a hv the kniKhtiy Carmack. They will vote against Frank Dibrell end will insist that the man "whom they elected as comptroller of the state shall be one who will keep his books .ever open for the inspection and audit of the taxpayers. v The real issues are these: Shall the back tax plunder bund and the lawless liquor power dominate the politics of Tennessee? Shall the laws of the state be enforced against the saloonkeepers In three cities as they are enforced against the poor and the defenseless in the country counties of Tennessee? Shall the laws be administered in, Tennessee without fear, favor' or partiality? These are the real questions which on. Tuesday, Xov.' 5, the peopl'V or Maury county must determine at the polls. MessrB. Long and Denton by their consistent lives, their associa tions and their platform answe- all of these questions in "the negative. They are worthy of confldfnce. They are dodging nothing; evading no issue. The Herald has no personal inter est in this campaign. .. It has uo In terest save that dictated by a patrio- Gov. Hooper and .urge independent democrats to vote for him because his record and the things for which he stands deserve that endorsement 8ENATOR LEA. Senator Lea's fight upon Patterson and Pattersonism and his determine tion to elect a legislature that will represent tbe people and not the spec ial Interests is bringing down upon his devoted head the abuse, misrepre sentations and maledictions of the liquor organs and liquor orators. Sen ator Lea should realize now that the harder he fights for the good of the staje the more bitterly he will be hat ed by fne interests and by commer cialized crime and ' their representa tives. Such opposition and abuse from such sources is a compliment to him. The highest praise that The Herald has ever receded ln all of its long and hard battle with crime, im morality and vice has been tbe bluer hatred of those Interests. A man Is Judged b the company rhat he keeps and the enemies that he has made. And the same Is true of a newspaper. The Herpid bears no Individual the 11 mIi Coliamtoia's MHMMIIltHMWWMIIIHiW ires, ii Irnkf Big Department Store HMtHMUMMIfWHMMIIMMIMIWI HI Columbia's Largest and Most Representative Women's Outer Apparel Store Oilers Striking Values in ILADDES' MM IT A ELdDIElE UD SUIf 8 . 42 High-Class Garments, One-Fourth off the Regular Price These garments'Vere built to retail at $20 00 to $35.00. They are fashionable and very splen didly tailored. In fact they are Drummers' Samples from a prominent New York manufacturer who sacrificed them to us at a very low price and we are glad to give cur friends and customers the dif ference inlprice, for we know that every one of the suits will be a credit to us. Thy are garments that you will wear with absolute confidence that their style is right, that their fit is perfect, and that they will look their high-class tailoring and give the greatest satisfaction The quality of the fabrics is particularly good, and there's a wide range of the smartest new patterns and colorings from which to choose. Every suit is individual no two alike. , ' Take your choice from the groups at the following prices: - $20.00 Suits $25.00;Suits . $15.00 $18.75 $30 00 Suits $35.00 Suits $22.50 $26.25 Fashionable Coats For Women We can t tell, nd you can't tell, just how soon the weather , will be bitter cold; but women who are wise get their winter clothes ahead of time. . i We hold and can maintain by propf of service as well as fashion that women who buy coats in this store get a fuller measure of value and satisfaction than any store in this section can possibly give. We nave ready for Women and Misses hundreds of coats from $3.90 To $150.00 New Shoes for the Family - The right styles and the desired quality in footwear for autumn and winter for the entire &iicntt. family from the little toddler just learning to m r." i i i n.allr an3 tuMmitincr rrrnunncr hnVH anil cnrlft fcf nIodihOirlergarnwit Y,a,a' " " . or tfi Fair Se ' mea and women with definite shoe requirements - New York - Saving in Millinery Department Smartest, newest and prettiest trimmed Millinery will meet you here today. You'll have no trouble in finding just the hat you want. $15 00 and $20 00 Pattern Hats $9.90 $10 00 Pattern Hats $5.90 Otliex Speoi alis' to Stairt JXTo voxxxtoeor Ladies' Whipcord Suits $15.75. ;;: ' ";: One lotiof Ladies', Navy and Black Whipcord Suits, bound with braid , and Hoed bet 'Satin. Cut away CI CC style 1J. f U 82.50 White Bear Skin Coats, $1.49 One lot $2 50 White Bear skin Coats, splendidly. &i IQ made. .. JI.Hu One lot Ladies' Black Taffeta . : . Petticoats ... $2.98 t Ladits Rain Coats $1 98 Another lot of those Ladies' Tan and Giey Rain Coat9 all sizes from 16 to ' One lot of Ladies" &A Qfl fancy and navy Skirts J.uU . ' ' . 18 Inch Fancy Silk, 39c ' One lot of 18 inch fancy stripe Messaline, all new QQp '.styles.... . uJu Ladies' and Misses Her- mosa Vests, Pants and Union Suits ' ' -fp- 25Ca.'o50c Vests -a n d Pants , A Suits.! 50c 41. 00 Boys' Heavy Fleeced QCp Shirts and Drawers.... idli Boys' Heavy Fleeced Crt Union Suits.... .... .. JUb Boys' light weight OC Union Suits........ LOlt Everything in Men's Shirts And Drawers and Union Suitb - One lot of Men's Heavy Fleeced Shirts a.n d Drawers .... One lot of Ladies' Bras- QCp sier beautifully made... Lvu One lot of Girls Sweat ers, solid Red or White One lot Girls' Sweaters, red trimmed white or C O flfl white trimmed red... 2.JU 39c $1.00 Ladies' $15.00 Cnarmeuse Dresses, $12.50 One lot - of Ladies black, navy, brown, and V taute Charmeuse Dresses . One lot o? Ladies' Navr, Black, and Taupe Serge Dresses.. $12.50 Na $10. $1.00 and $1.5C Wool Dress Goods, 75c One lot of $1 00 and $1 50 Wool Dress Goods, in Navies, Copen, Brown, Green and Black, general odds and euds to close out TCn quick . fuu One lot 28 inch heavy flp quality light outing ..... Ob One lot of heavy un 1Ia bleached Canton Flannel UU i 'rj' kit of fleeced back Vi cuna Flannelettes, fall Iflp strles......... lUb One l-.r, of Ladies'. $:.00 Shoes in Button, Vici and Patnnt . .. Ladies Gun'Mftal, Viciand Patent Shoe; $15.00 to $170 Tailor Suits $12.90 $17.50 ry $12.90 One lot $15 00 to Tailor - Suits in brown and black on $1.50 i $2.50 IP -yOTJ SEE IT I DXT OXJ IT I Men's $4.00; and $5.00 Shoes, $248 One lot of Men's $4.00 and $5 00 Shoes, all sizes 7 6ft 4Q to 10, to close out quick t.TU All the new things in Ed win Clap's new fall flfl line ....... D.UU Men's black and tan heavy work shoes, as nar water proof as leather can be made $2.50 $3.00 ... $3.50 1 One lot of Men's tfl flfl heavy grey Sweaters L UU One lot Men' heavy tfl flfl blue flannel top shirts I.UU Men's heavy work shirts .... :. 50c I uieou - !t;igntest ill will DUi me iaci laai 11 tic desire to serve well the peopls of lg heaitjy hated by the force8 of evn Maury county and the itate of Ten-;, . n...,,,-,.! tribute to his lasting ! lllllllllJljIJ nessee. It has no personal lwU1power ?or g00d. Senator Lea is pay- toward the canawates or me uquor , Jng tbe pcnalty tnat aU who Berve n powei ln this conmy. n rituu ;tlie cai,Be 0( g00a government pay. places the issues above the men. It , Fortunate!y he lB t0o courageous and Uttie concerns The Herald - sny j yi)Q resoiute' t0 De deterred by at one else whether Long and Denton, . lRCg 0 tne character mentioned the men, or Moore and Hammond, I vhlch dJ Wm nQ narm wltb the the Individuals, draw the per diem ppopU z good wiI, ne rt,ally and wear the honors of repreaeota- ihould deBjre to haVe. tlves from Maury county, out K uoes make a vast difference to tne gooa people of the state whether they or the back tax plunder bund and the liquor Interests rule ln fair Tennessee. 'Got. Hooper has won the esteem Oov. Hooper Is making a great cam paign of Tennessee. His defense of his splendid business like adminis tration is full and complete. ,He dodges nothing but strikes stx&Ight Lf.-om the Bhoulder. , He has ben se- 1 i . lrAartlll. and good will of the convicts of the b:(J the latter.B faj8e charges and ma state Drison. not by allowing tliem ,. their liberty at the beheBt of favored Bpeeclu pardon brokers, but by bettering their " condition while they are serving the ,. - sentences which courts and Juiies That the liquor democrats are not imposed upon them. When they do sanguine of success in the Kate leave the prison walls they will.be they profess is evidenced by the tetter citizens and the state and not "ny of. orators whom they have tbe pardon broker will be the gainer, tu-ned loose upon a defenseless peo- " - p'.e. -- . , J. W. C CHURCH. f In the Twentieth Senatorial Dis trict, composed of Maury, Lewis, and Perry counties, the advocates of good government have put forward J. W. C Church of Columbia a? a candidate -for the state Senate. He is a prosperous farmer and man iof Wans, a patron'of education and 'a Christian gentleman having the highest ideals. He has" always ftood for clean government, holding to the j conviction that a" public office, is a i public trust," having demonstrated the sincerity c his contention by . refus ing to accept one cent of the per diem due him for eight years service as justice of the Peace of Manry County. This is v the kind of man who can be relied on to faithfully perform the duties of Senator. Nashville Tennessean. Fusion between the temperance democrats and the temperance repub- The very idea of the machine try llcans is a terrible crime, but an am- ng to "hold up" the national demo ante between the bull moose rarty cratlc headquarters for $15,000 in or and the liquor democrats receives der to win the election for the liquor nothing but words of commendaMon ticket ln this state, is revolting to any rr.m the liquor organs. right thinking person. , There is nothing like whistling to keep up courage. The organ of the Patterson democrats of this county flakes the statement that Hammond, the candidate . who doth nxplaln much, will get a handsome plurality at Mt Pleasant. Now lets wait and see how handsomely this young windjammer beats Long in the phos phate city. The information is also volunteered that Moore will "sweep his home1 district around -Glendale. Two years ago he defeated Calloway by two votes at Glendale, but he has hot a rank partisan In that whole section who really believes that he can beat Cord Denton at either Cflen dale or Culleoka, both ln Mr. Moore's home district The local organ prob ably knows more about the situation in the fifth district before the elec tion than the voters of that section. if Fort would Just . make enough speeches and be heard by a sufficient number of people the cause of good government would achieve the great est triumph in the history of Tennes see. ' .-' . Chairman J. D. O. Morton, Df the Patterson state committee, . may re cover from the awful drubbing that the Banner gave him the other day, bul he will never again look like any thing - The Herald as an adverising m& dium has no rival in this section. Conctant tribute is being paid to its effectiveness as a medium of publici ty by' the discerning business men of this Bectlon. In th? hurlyburly and excitement of politics do not forget the ' short i-ourse ir agriculture to be beld In Columbia nex month. In a little while we Shall hae the season of spare ribs and back bones and hominy. And the croln Maury county promises to be bouiRifuL - The reasons come and go and the rains Krd the dronth every year destroy tur crops, we think, but ln the end there is always plenty in the smoke houses and corn cribs of Old Maury. , It Is a good place to live. AN EXPLODED CHARGE. Like the charges against the road commissioners, . 'Squire eDntor and others made in this campaign, those of Candidate Hammond against W. H. Long with reference to the latter's liberal gifts to the schools of Mt. Pleasant, have been exploded. The facts of record show that Mr. Long made a very ' generous gift to the schools of Mt. Pleasant; , that he sold for school purposes to the county lands at about half of their real val ue, instead of largely ln excess of what they were worth as charged by Mr. Hammond. This sale was made to and with the approval of the coun ty board of education. There are four of the five members of that board- who are "regulars" and Mip- porters of Hammond in this cam paign. Hence Mr. Hammond's charge, If true, would be a serious reflection upon them. And by the way, R. N. Moore Is a member of the county board and has been for two years and more. Where was. he, Mr. Ham mond, Wfcea the county was Imposed upon? The facts are that no candid person at Mt Pleasant believes that . Mr. Long received .more for his land than It was worth. On the contrary the facts show that he received con siderably less. In addition he has given ln the aggregate hundreds and hundreds of dollars . to the schools there. His charities and deeds of generosity are household words in that community. CHAFFIN BROS. SHIP WEANLING .Chaffln Bros, shipped a weanling filly today to W J. Robinson at La Fayette, Ala. The filly Is by John B. Gentry and out of Cornelia J., by Walter Direct 2:05 ;. second dam Sallie Hal, dam of Correctly ? H. The little fiilly is a real type of race horse and brought a fancy i"l for a weanling.