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THE COLUMBIA HERALD, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1113.
I Pji- V. I i- I t i TT "A Ragged Torn Ten-Dollar BUI Was my tirst months wages. That ten-dollar bill, however, was my good genius. I thought of a dozen things I wanted, and then thought of the dark days that might come and I put the bill in a Savings Bank It was the start of my career." This man afterwards became President of one of the largest banks in the State of Michigan. The salary you receive this very month may be the start of your career start saving with us NOW. One Dollar Opens An Account- -3 per cent Interest. Safety. Service and Satisfaction i Columbia BanK $ Trust Co. i PERSONAL. ji muni i D. S. Brewer left Thursday night fov a two months visit to Hot Spriagt, Ark. . ; ki ' i hm ' Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Burton, of Jackson, Tenn., returned to their iicmo this morning after a . short vicit with their' sister, Mrs. W. K Wilson.' M. E. Crook, of Lawrencebury, was 4n Columbia today in the interest of tbe Lawrenceburg Milling Co. was looking after a deal for some Akin and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Latta went to Athens, Ala, Sunday. U. M. Martin contemplates a visit 'to his old home at Harmes, in Lin coln county, Thursday of this week. taking a much U. S. OFFICIAL IN DISTRICT REVIEWING WORK BEING DONE: LAWRENCE AND MAURY COUN TY t6 BE SUBJECT OF INSPECTION. DEAN REPORTSJNE INTEREST Cumberland River Counties Have Been Holding Meetings for Benefi cial Interchange of Experience and. Information United States Bureau of Plant Indus try, Under which all the farm dem onstration work in the South is now being done, was here today, and in company with J. M. Dean, of this dis trict, and H. D. Tate, the stae agent, went to Lawrence county where the work is being gone over.. . ... , . On Friday he will be in Maury county together with these meal men and will review the farm demonstra tion work in the county, and will also give another day to this district, com- I Parcel Post Delivery Maury Dry Goods Co. Free Delivery fGr anything bough oy mail that's mailable -- .. Will Stocked is taking a needed vacation, from his. deik wtth prising a number of Middle Tennes- the Federal Chemical Co. after a se- gee counties vere illness. , ,' I ' M. beta, witkS Mis headquarters V, H. Lockwood. ono of the w?" and home ; in ColSmNa'sfS real ; estate agehut 5 of Lawrenceburg, charge of this district thepast two is the guest of M. M. Bdgar.Jhe y aml hr mttaTTOseTwIth the VkfAa Dnil fAa I - .Tot. ciuu progress oi tne work sine Mr. and Mis. A. B. Thompson. Ar- in tntn th.'bua He thur Leftwich, Mr. fjl MY.. V It jgfi DurinK theattar tvitf of ti Miss Sade; Grimes, of! and the flkf ir thitf ii h.. wheat with the Columbia Mill ft Ele- Hampshire, are -visiting friends in the Cumberland river, section oft iii dlfltrWtCi holding meetings '-stid- dis- vator Co. Memphis. Mrs., Earl Ivy and little daughter, T. N. Flguers, Jr., of this city, and j cussing the need, of 'the prewar rV or Birmingham, win arrive Monday rercy jarown, oi spring hih, went gardmg the growing crops, aad he re fer a visit to her aunt, Mrs. W. H. to Birmingham this morning on bus- ports that these meetings have had .a Wilson. Mrs. ivy will be pleasantly mess. remembered here as Miss Lorine Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Young, of Green wood, Miss., who have - daughter In most surprising attendance In the different communities, school houses and ether places have oeen designated as the meeting places for Fletcher. Miss McBrlde.Mlss Tomlinson. Jahn Columbia Institute, are at the Bethel McGaw and Anderson Hardison are untu commencement at the Institute , these discussions and tluUnterchange In Nashville today for the purpose of , 18 over- j of information and experiences, ' and attending the oratorical contest atj Miss Brownie Emerson is visiting , the attendance has gone into the hun- Vanderbilt University tonight, in at Pulaski and will remain for the dreds in that section. which John McGaw is to be one of the commencement exercises at Martin contestants. j College. Reesie Loe Eubanks will spend Capt w- Thomas Galloway, of the week end with her little friend, Glendale, left this morning for At Sarah Smith. j Ianta to attend the general assembly Mrs. FredC. Johnston returned to 0f the Presbyterla urch, U. S. A. her home in Detroit, Mich., Wednes-1 Miss Mlttie Elam' rPresetinS the day evening. Her mother, Mrs. Jas. Winnie Davi3 Chapter of the United R. Green, went with her for a short Dauhters of the Confederacy, left to vjgjt jday for Knoxville to attend the annu- Leslie Wright left Friday for Bat- $ ctlo He Crek Mirh I Mlsa Pet.ce, of Nashville, is the Miss Elise Ewing has returned ' charming guest of Mrs. William Bar spent the ker. from Florida, where she winter. I Miss Katherine Tovler has return- Miss Marie Brownlow has returned ! ed from a visit to Lewisburg. from New York where she spent the Ernest McLemore and Henry Ken--winter studying. , drick Sloan have returned from Mrs. E. Jones and daughters, j Webb's school at Bell Buckle. Misses Mary and Nannie, have re-i Mrfl- W. R. Steele, of Chattanooga, 'turned from Hampshire where they1 and Mrs. E. T. Curtis, of St. Louis, arrived this morning to spend several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. P Dod son. ' Col. J. C. I-fordy arrived in Co'um bia this morning from Gulfport, Miss., and will be here a short time. He is looking well though somewhat tan ned. Misses Charlotte and Elizabeth Watson and Miss Charlotte Hughes have returned from Lewisburg, where dane of the young Ibave been visiting. Miss Annie Leicester Houston will leave soon for a visit to her parents in Tuscumbia, Ala., where she will spend the Tost of her summer vaca tion. 1 Mrs. John P.' McGaw, Miss Mary Lamb, Miss Annie McBride, Miss Mattie Tomlinson, Anderson Hardi son and John McGaw attended .the Vandearbilt speaking contest Friday night. Young McGaw represented they attended a the Columbia High School in the con- people. test. A number of the party attend-, Among these from Mt. Pleasant ed the Greek Pageant Thursday night j here today were seen P. S. Chandler, and Friday afternoon. L. A. .Hammond, A. L Ward. Tru- J. E. Hereford, of Fayetteville, ' man Alexander and Geo. W. Kllle spent Sunday in the city. i brew. John T. Akin was among the many j &r. J, C, Molloy is in Atlanta at visitors from Hampshire to the city tending the Presbyterian convention today. in that city. He will be away over W. T. Marfleld, United States bank Sunday and there wtll be no preach examiner, was in Columbia Saturday ing at the Fir3t Presbyterian church and Monday. ' on that day. Mrs. W. H. Willis, of Mt. Pleasant, Mr. and Mro. H. A. Tarver, of Al epent Sunday in Columbai visiting her bany, Ga., arrived here Monday to at daughter, Mrs Wilbur Dean. tend the commencement exercise", at L. E. Stookard is in Clarksville this the Institute. Their daughter, Doro- week on matters of business connect- thy, 'This," says Mr. Dean, "is only an Indication of how the interest, confi dence and faith in the demonstration work has -urewn since I came here. Of course it is not the same in every section, but there is a corresponding progress! veness in almost every county in the district Men who at first laughed at the idea of arettinsr any benefit from the plans proposed, are now among the most enthusiastic seekers after the knowledge an8 as sistance offered by the buearu of plant industry." Our Annual May Sale oi Muslin lh dcr wear Begins Tomorrow Morning HITH hundreds of new, dainty garments-made in one of t largest and most sanitary factories in the world eve garment from the lowest to highest price-perfectly made a; at prices just a little more than you pay for the materia 3 big center counters are piled high with this snowy unde wear. Look them over whether you want to buy or not A " W Hi from m ....-..;' .-r.'..: . Gowns ranging in price . . eaclj from.. Drapers ranging y per pair. Cornet Covers Combination Suits from Princess Slips m$ . .from -: i Children's Drawers . S'. m mp - -,Oh ijdren's Gowns at 50c 25c ranging : $i.oo $1.00 10c 15c and to to to to to 39c $3.50 $1.00 $1.50 $3.50 $3.50 25c 50c ; Crepe D'Chine Underwear in Shirts and Combination Suits. Stylish Summer ReaJy-To-Wear For Women, Misses And Children Beautiful Summer Hats For 11 Fair Sex We have jat received a shipment Of oSrer 100 New Shapes for summer wear, Hats with dash and atj le. Hats 'suitable lor street or dress wear. Rang JA ing in price f rom ,J1 J .UU up One lot of $5 00, $6 00 and $7.00 4 ft Trimmed Hats at......:....... J.50 The Men's Section Offers opportunities not to be found else where The best Suit of Clothes made " $15.00 $17.50 ad $20.00 Any oi ine8e auits are easily worth from 1-4 tola mere than we are selling them Summer Shirts Women's and Misses' House Gingham and Percale Dresses of m nn for ftJU and H LUU Women's and Miss s' Dresses made on Jateit f models in Linen, P. K's , Ratings and SiT $4.00 $5.00 and $6.00 Children's Wash Cn. fr Dresses uUu Ju for. B. V. D. Drawers Elastic Seam Drawers, made of quality Peperell Drilling Poros Knit Shiits and Drawers - Knit Union Suits lnd 50c 50c at Poros at Boys' at Genuine at and $1.00 jattMtMtMlMgttMHttll 8ICK Mrs. Octavene AliJon is very sick at her home in West End. Mrs. Charles Dinwiddle, of Calleo ka, who has been ill in Nashville for some time, has returned to her home very much improved in health. BROWN FAVORS UNDRAWN FOWLS THE OLD METHOD OF DRAWING POULTRY IS UN CLEANLY. NASHVILLE, May 15. Dr. Lucius P. Brown, state pure food and drug inspector, heartily commends the ac tion of Nashville dealers in poultry in deciding to sell nothing except un drawn fowls in the market house and elsewhere In the future. Contrary to general belief, Dr. Brown stated yesterday that undrawn fowls are by far cleaner than those which have been drawn. Among otnei things, it is known that, in drawing fowls, some local handlers of poultry have the car- is in th? graduating elaes. and casses thrown into large basins of Another shipment of those extra quality all Silk Messaline Petiieoats at 50c $1.00 Poros Knit Union Suits - Ul Panama Hats $5.00 ,d $6.00 $1.50 South American Panama Hats $4.00 American made Panama Hats at 15c $1.90 1 25c Short Lawn Dressing hacques or Kimonas Full length Lawn Kimonas made of 7Cft good quality Flowered Lawns, each 3C Crossette Shoes for Men in all the new lasts and leathers the Shoe that "makes life's walk easy" for men ( J flA f jj rt Per pair... hUll and hOU bilver Shirts, in new patterns. each 1.00 , If thoy fade we will give you a new shift to replace it YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OUR STORE, I DEATHS HARVEST Mrs. Mary Giddens. Mrs. Mary Howard Giddens died at her home at Buford Station, in county, and the remains will be bur- MUMFORD RASKIN DIED WEDNESDAY nerai this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the residence, conducted by Rev. J. P. Luton. He is survived by one son, W. T. Lee, and one daughter, Miss Docia Lee. He was ?n old soldier. serving with much credit in the late ! war, and nas lived for a number of k REPRESENTATIVE vniivti of Ci.vin.. Tt:11 . 1 i i jmo cil kjyiiuct rim v.uere ne was ied at McCafns Sunday morning. She hif1rtDeTd- . ! COMMUNITY PASSES AWA OU1"1' x uiHingiiain, lunerai ai- AT HI8 HOME, rectors in chirge. i .,. CITIZEN OF was the widow of the late James Gid dens. She was the mother of Mrs. Lem Thomas, who died recently. She was a most excellent Christian. wo man and was highly esteemed by a large host of take place breath, John Matthews, Sol Maxwell i Mumford Rankin, representative Robert NicLols, of tbe Shady Grotei citizen of this section of the county, 66, i'o)ock. sixty-five years of He is survived hv a wirinw nrf m,P , . ....... v. .c uiuiBu ui. ims section of the nu f frLndT rSSL JlC?mXT I' ip H1CkmPD CUnty' died at W8 h0me at age ol at Sins w"!h John SL" S" Wednesda afteoon at 5:30 oV) T?5 Jhn G1"i trouble, fte was sixty-five years of He is survived bv a widow knH John Fraser, Claud Godwin Thomas as nail bearers. Houston ed with his advertising agency. will remain until the close. Why Not Come and See Us? Wc have had long experience, and will assure satisfaction to those who have us make their Photographs. We make a cheap line for those who want them, but we reconr.nend tho BEST. Old and fading lictures we can copy for you. No better time than now to have family Groups. Graduation, Birthdiy, Wedding Day Pictures, and Pictures of Babies and Chil dren. You i s to please, "GET THE HABIT" O. B. Campbell ' Dai m wood's Old Place. lice water, which, before the day's killing has p-ogressed far, becomes I filthy. The undrawn fowls oscape this "bath." Another drawback of the drpwn fowls, according to Dr. Brown, is that after being kept for a while in ice j water, as is done with the carcasses , in the market house, the carcasses absorb enough of the ice water to jmake them weigh from 10 to 20 per jcent more than their actual weight. U. S. COMMISSIONER TRIES TWO CASES U. S. Commissioner Nicholson tried a couple of cases that came over from Lewisburg Tuesday after noon, and defendants were released on account of a lack of proof. The defendants were charged with violat ing the liquor laws, and the trials took place at the depot, the commis ' sioner meeting the train there for the purpose of allowing the atorneys and those interested to return on the evening train. A. J. Lee. At the home of his son, W. T. Lee. in Spring Hill, A. J. Lee, aged aeven-ty-flve years, died Friday night. Fu- age, and was a representative itizen son, Shorter Rankin. The funeral oi ne community. He was never mar- occurred this mornim; at the West, ried. Burial took place there Monday Point Cumberland " Presbyterian afternoon, th- funeral being conduct- church at 11 o'cIock, conducted by cd at 2 o'clock. Rev. h. A. Gray. Interment follow- - ed at the church graveyard. Oakes & Nichols, funeral directors. 8btwetP For The Herald in diarge. See Our Line of Laces and Embroideries KUHN'S 5.10 S 25 CENT STORE North Side Square, Columbia, Tenn. LOOK FOR THE NEW RED FRONT Colt's Thread 6 Spools 25c Another Big Shipment of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Hats : : : 25c i All Kinds Of Candy 10c Per Pound Kuhn's 5, 10 & 25 Cenf Store "iuf 8ed" BIG SALE OF RIBBON