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THE COLUMBIA MEfAi.O FRIDAY, AUQUS1 29, T9I3.
ChiLirensGpg am Drtsses 25c Men's & Ladies' Hits 25c KUHN'S 5, 10 & 25G STORE GAME WARDEN IS ARRESTED North Side Square Columbia, Tenn. Lace Curtains 25c each Matting Rugs 54x27 25c r i PERSONAL. Miss Sallie Anita McLean, of Nash ville, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Hiram L. Hendley. Miss Estellene Queener, of Nash children, who have been here the past week visiting relatives and friends, left this morning for their home at Hattiesburg, Miss. They had intended staying longer but Mr. 1 Blair was called home unexpectedly TAKEN FROM PASSENGER TRAIN on account of business. AT MT. PLEASANT WED- Miss Mary Lamb is visiting Mrs. ' NESDAY. Sam Harlan at Florence, Ala. Deputy Marshal R. L. Shirley, of The following special appeared in Nashville, was in Columbia today on the Nashville Democrat this morning: business. MT. PLEASANT, Tenn., Aug. 27. Lem Thomas has returned from a Matthews Gordon, of Columbia, Tenn. visit to Washington, Buffalo and New Maury county's game warden, was York City. taken from a passenger train al Mt. Robert Nichols was in Nashville to- Pleasant this morning in an intoxicat day for the purpose of buying a Metz ed condition. He was giving the rail runabout, road people some trouble while on the Misses Viola Andrew and Tennie train. Chief of Police Willis was no- Colvert are visiting friends and rela- titled at this place, and when the train tives in Nashville. stoped here the game warden was Mrs. Jack Nolan and children will taken in charge and placed in the leave Saturday for a visit to her par- city calaboose, where he has been all ents in North Georgia. day N an unconscious state. When Dr. and Mrs. Walter P. Woldridge arrested he had on his person a pint President Hutton, of the Phoenix vilie, is the attractive guest of Misses and Master Walter Wooldrldge Capers of whisky, two bottles of beer and a National Bank, Is back from a visit Eugenie and Leah Sharp. left this morning for Sewanee. revolver, to Gallatin. Mrs. F. F. Everett and two children, Jim Thomas Is back from the Mrs. Bruce Cochran, Jr., and little jMlss Enen Douglas and Ewing, have springs where he took a few days' va- Mr. Gordon served as game warden son, Clark, are on a visit to relatives ; returned from a month's stay in Bos- cation from his work at the bank. ,for tne county several years under In Kentucky. ton, on the U. S. Battleship, Chicago, Miss Fannie Garber left this after- J- H. Acklen, and has recently been Miss Oro Sue Brown, of Groveland, aa the gue3t of her brother, Lieuten- noon for the eastern markets where re-appointed by State Game Warden has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. J ant Commander Abernathy. she will buy fall and winter goods , H"ser. Cora Denham. Walter Foster, of Lynnville, was in for the store of P. Garber. -' ... . - - 'UAV RA I CDC BAD Oil rr nil nrur T. H. Grizzard, manager of tne Columbia today, but will leave this John T. Vvooten has returned from rv" w" . - 1 " ' - -r-- - ' I 'iTl .-.. . . I' H. G. Hill Grocery Company, spent Thursday In Nashville. Miss Bertha Teollner, of Cape Gi rardeau, Mo., is the guest of her cous in, Miss Bertha Tanner. Miss Georgia Brimberry, of Cole- afternoon for Nashville to make his the Eastern markets. home. Robert Williams, Jr., arrived Tues- Eugene Lockridge, of Douglas, Ga., day from New York City, arrived Sunday in response to a mes- Miss Edna Nellums, of Spring Hill, : sage informing him of the sudden is visiting Miss Bessie Martin. j death of his father. Mrs. C. W. Montgomery, of Boulta, Apply to J. L. WRIGHT, Bell phone 335. 22j6twlt man, Texas, is the guest of Easter Brown at Groveland. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Wilkes, of La. is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. E. Culleoka, have returned from South Martin. Charles A. Wright, of Little Big-; Carolina, where they were called by Howard Ewing, of Nashville, is byvllle Stock farm, has returned the illness and deatr of Mrs. Wilkes' spending the day with his father, R. TEACHERS MEET FIRST SATURDAY from a visit to Birmingham. sister. Miss Letha Freeman, of Spring-! Asniey Hill has returned from field, has accepted a position in the ' vlelt t0 Bost0n and New York. insurance office of A. H. Smith. Mrs. A. A. Coursey, of Christiana, Mrs. James inroop ana nuie son, is viBiting her brother, Charles Wil Ewin, and Miss Willie Throop and j iamg on Parker street. Mrs. Willie Denham were the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown, last week. Claude Hendley arrived Thursday Thos. h. Forgey was the week end guest of Will Peebles at the Locusts. Mrs. W. B. Hudson, of Ashwood, iand Mrs. D. D. Petty, of Santa Fe, C. Ewing. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Roberts have returned from a two weeks' stay at Primm Springs. Miss Elsie Ussery has returned from White Bluff where she visited her grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore, of Clif ton, are visiting Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. W. M. Biffle, at Hampshire. MAURY ASSOCIATION TO HAVE SEPTEMBER SESSION ON THE SIXTH. The Maury county teachers will meet Saturday, Sept. 6, 1913, at 10 a. m. Following is the program: L Carver's Principles of Rural will leave this afternoon for Obion, where they have been called to the bedside of the latter's daughter, Mrs. A. W. Goad, who Is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sealey, of night from San Francisco for a visit to his father, H. L. Hendley. Mrs. C. A. Forgey is visiting rela tives in Bowling Green. John T. Akin, of Hampshire, is In the city today on business. Miss Luclle Metehall, of St. Louis, is visiting Mrs A. T. Jackson. Howlett Wilson and Yank Martin have returned from Dawson Serines. Houston Thomas, of Nashville, is Neville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John T. Wooten has returned Economics' ChaPter L 2. Carney's Country Life and the Country School, Chapters l and 2. 3. School Imporvement Work. 4. Miscellaneous. visiting relatives here. and old friends James W. Thomas, of the Phoenix ant plka National Bank, is off on his summer MLSS Louise Graham White leaves vacation. from a three weeks' stay at Annapo lis, Md., where she was with her son, James Wooten. Mrs. Owen Erashear left today for Birmingham, Ala., are visiting their ner nome ln Shreveport, La., after parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sealey, spending the summer with her father, LAWRENCE COUNTY and the family of T. Z. Smith. UT- Williamson, ana ramiiy. L. E. Stockard is in Nashville. John W. Voes is at Lynnville to ft Robert Nichols was in Nashville Tuesday. Stewart Stephenson was ville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Drumwright, of Frank Leonhardt at their pretty home "Maple Hill," on the Mt. Pleas- September 1 for Corbin, . Ky., where PREPARES FOR FAIR LAWRENCEBURG, Tenm, Aug. 28. Great preparations are being made in Nash- for the third annual Lawrence county ' fair, which will be held at Leoma, six Geo. W. Hayes returned this morn- she w111 take charge of the interme ang from Alabama where he has just diate department in St. John's Train closed a big real estate deal. 900 acres ing School for Girls, being sold. Prof, and Mrs. Wall and 3on, Sims Wm. Greenlaw, of the Fort-Green- Wall have been the guests of Mr. and law Advertising Agency, of Memphis, Mrs. John P. Graham at Culleoka. is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prof. Wall once taught at that place W. B. Greenlaw. and has many warm friends there. Frank Whitthorne will arrive Sun- Ml3S Elizabeth Looney is attend- are .Miss Bessie Fly has returned from mlles south of Qere 011 Sept. 23-26. The prospects for a successful fair are brighter than at any time hereto fore. A special feature of the fair will be the educational department. A. H. Freeman president of the fair associ ation, is making a visit to each of the schools over the county urging the teachers and pupils to attend on edu- Beersheba Springs. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cummins visiting In Fayetteville. Mrs. J. R. Anderson has returned from a visit to Chicago. Miss Consuella Vanderbilt Howell has returned from a visit to Nashville. Elbert Cyrus has returned to his " . .1 . . . home at Cleburne. Texas, after a vis- "T" aay irom jacKBoiiviue, rm., iu jum ing a nouse party given oy miss l.u- t , j - - r , cational day, Sept. 26 his wife and baby who have been here clle Anderson at her parents county " " , e f"nUy f W H MItcheU I several days visiting Mrs. W. J. Whit- hm in Mnnt Sann MISR a niter. CoL H" C" Webr, of the Columbia , thorne and other relatives. 8on ha8 in her party a number of Militry Academy. M Nashville MAURY DRY GOODS CO. Announcement Mrs M acheca, special demonstrator of BON TON, ROYAL WORCESTER and ADJUSTO CORSETS, will be with us one week com mencing Sept. 1st. Her advice and assistance is yours for the asking. This is your opportunity to be fitted to a stylish new model by one who is a recognized fashion authority and noted corset specialist. We also extend you an invitation to visit our stores and see the new fail merchandise which we are receiving daily. Ladies' Tailor Made Suits in the season's most approved models are on display in our Ready-to-Wear section. Prices from $15.00 to $35.00 Men's Clothing- -the good kind Suits that fit, wear and look well. Exceptional values, For $15.00 to $25.00 These stores are recognized as shoe headquarters because we only offer dependable shoes no mat ter what price you pay. No substitutes for leather ever used in our shoes. Men's Dress Shoes $3.00 to $6.00 Men's Work Shoes $2.00 to $4.00 Ladies' Shoes $1.50 to $5.00 Boys', Youths, Misses and Children's Shoes for school and dress wear at very attractive prices. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OUR STORE, j AFTER MEMPHIS POSTMASTERSHIP Mrs. J. B. Ashton and Miss Bessie young ladies who attended the Instl Ashton have returned from a visit to tute here last year among the num Mrs. Frank Wilbur Smith ln Phila- ber being Miss Margaret Wellman. delDhia. and a stay in New York City, Sheriff and Mrs. Claude Godwin Atlantic City and Washington, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Hughes leave Monday for Montreal where Miss Carrie Gates Scobey haa re they will be in attendance on the turned to her home in Franklin after American Bar Association. a visit to friends here. Tuesday. Miss Alice Mae Brown, of Lynn ville, has been the guest of Miss Ger- CHARLOTTE MAN DRAWS BIG PLDM trude Johnson at Williamsport for D. C. sDent the day at Park Station with lwu will relatives. Capt and Mre- Tnom R- Flowers, GRAHAM EGERTON TO BT SOLIC- oi uovington, Tenn, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. C. Voorhies. Miss Marie Gilbreath, of Lawrence- Mr. and Mrs. Porter Hardlson and Mrs. Love Webb and Miss Irene uulf5' reuirnea nome arter a visit children have returned from a few Cooper, of Nashville, were the guetss of seTeral weeks with relatives aera. Mrs. Mary Ella Spence and little ITOR OF THE NAVY DEPARTMENT. WASHINGTON, Aug. 28. Secreta- days stay in the country. of Miss Jessie Rees Sunday. Mrs. R. G. Sparrow spent Saturday Miss Irene Sowell is visiting in son' varies, nave returned to their ry Daniels today appointed Graham in Nashville. Franklin and Nashville, and will go home at Lawrenceburg after a visit to Egerton, of Charlotte, Tenn., to be Miss Jessie Rees has returned to Primms this week for a two weeks' Mr and Mrc- Wm- McEwen, of this auditor of the navy department at from a visit to Petersburg. stay. clty- $4,000 a year, to fill the vacancy caus- Ned Carmack is the guest of John Little Misses Cynthia and Annie Mrs. T. J. Appleton is visiting her ed T the resignation of Charles W. Wesley Finney at Sleepy Hollow. Greenlaw, of Spring Hill, have been mother, Mrs. J. L. McLean at Law- Miller, of Ohio. The appointment Misses Bertha Strong and Myrtle the guests of Miss Catherine Green- renceburg. was made by Congressman Padgett, Marlin, of Nashville, are the guests law in this city. Miss Bennie Anderson is spending who 18 chairman of the committee on of Mrs. Charles Williams on Parker w. M. Chaffln left Sunday for Chi- several days with relatives at Car- naval affairs. Mr. Egerton was in street " ' cago where he will join Mrs. Chaffln, ters Creek. 'conference with Secretary Daniels Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parker, Sr., who has been spending several weeks . Mrs. A. L. Blocker and child-en, ""f" ""H'0111 w8 granted a fur have returned from Dawson Springs, at Battle Creek, Mich. Miss Orell and Murtis have rtnrnAi lou8n 01 a week or two to return A NUMBER OF CANDIDATES IN THE FIELD FOR BIG PLUM. WASHINGTON, Aug. 23. Several candidates for appointment as post master at Memphis are expeected to be here next Monday. There is said to be an intense rivalry for that lus cious plum. It appears that Repre sentative McKellar prefers Georee Pease. Senator Lea again inclines to Stanley Trezevant and Senator Shields would like to see Tom Looney get the place. Postmaster General Burleson 1b said to also have a personal prefer ence for Tom Looney. It is believed that the rule adopted by the depart ment will be adhered to end that Con gressman McKellar's wishes in the matter will be paramount, and there fore strong pressure will be brought to bear on him by the various candi dates. It is not probable that the sen ators will oppose McKellar's final judgment and a friendly solution is is prospect. DEATH8 HARVE8T. 3 WITNESSES HELD UNDER BOND Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Noble C. Blair and from Santa Fe. Waiting for the Big Chance Most people striving to get ahead in the world are continually letting tne every day chances slip by them, vainly waiting, tver hoping, for the big chance. The successful man of today, however, never found it. You never will either except by taking advantage of the every day chances the daily opportunities for saving the little amounts. Its the little insignificant savings of today that tomorrow spell SUCCESS. SAFETY SERVICE SATISFACTION Columbia Bank & Trust Co. Mrs. Era Binkley has returned home after a visit to friends and rel atives ln Nashville. Miflfi Tallin AnHavcnn ahn V.oa U . . , , , , . ' ed by Gov. Hooper as special JudKe to visiting in Jackson, has gone to Mem- J . Juae 10 nome and close up his affairs there before assuming the duties of his of fice. The appointee has practiced law in Tennebsee for twenty-five years, and last year was commission- hold court during the absence of the circuit Judge. phis to spend several days with relatives. - - - - Misses Eliza and Delia Anderson have returned from an extended visit CORNERSVILLE to inenas ana relatives in Nashwlle I and Louisville. Mrs. Major White and son, James, and daughter, Rachel, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis, on Bear Creek. SCHOOL OPENS CORNERSVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 28. -The Williams school at this ilace Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hunt, of Atlan- opened with about 200 pupils. Ad- ta, Ga., are on a short visit to Mr. and dresses were made by Rev. Sam H. Mrs. Thomas C. Webster at Cross Polk and Profs. William Connelly Bridges. Mr. Hunt is superintendent and Edwards. Prof. Williams has a of ticket collections of the Southern strong faculty, which is composed of Railway system. F. W. Williams, principal; W. L. Hugh Barker is here from Mont- Blair, assistant principal; Miss Kath- gomery on a visit to relatives. erine Parker, intermediate depart- Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner are visiting ment; Frs. E. Smith, primary; Miss at the home of her father, Jack Alex- Ellen G. Matthews, music; Miss Ber- ander, on Garden street. Mr. Faulk- ney Warmock, expression, ner is a railroad engineer and is tak- - ing his vacation. Subscribe for The Htrald. ACTION FOLL0W8 TESTIMONY IN MURDER CA8E AT KNOX VILLE. KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 23. Two residents of Newport, Tenn., one a deput sheriff who came here today to testify in a murder case, were prayed Into custody by Attor ney General Mynatt after they had given their testimony. Bond was re quired of each, and it is hinted that the attorney general may prefer a charge of perjury against each. The men are C. M. Gray, deputy sheriff of Cocke county, and S. A. Lee, of Newport. Thy appeared as witnesses for the defense in the mur der trial of Paul McKee, now in pro gress ln criminal court. McKee hsot and killed Elsie Osborne last Janua ry, the two having been friends and companions for years. Gray and Lee both testified that they saw the trag edy and that the woman fired first at McKee. Their testimony was a surprise to the attorney general, and in strict contradiction with other ev idence that has been heard during the trial. McKee is trying to escape on a plea f insanity. Subscribe for The Herald. Mrs. Sarah McDonald. Mrs. Sarah McDonald died at the home of her son, A. L. McDonald, near Shady Grove, in Hickman coun ty, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. She was about 70 years of age, and had been a member of the Christian church since early life. She was the grandmother of Mrs. Felix Derryber ry, of this city, and is survived by two osns, W. J. and A. L. McDonald, of Hickman county, and a host of other relatives. Funeral this afternoon at 3 o'clock at Wells cemetery. - Miss Sarah Lockhart. Miss Sarah Lockhart, aged 87 years, died at the home of her neph ew, John Nichols, four mlles east of Santa Fe, Thursday. The funeral was held at Union church this after noon at 2:30, conducted by Rev. H. A. Gray. Burial followed at the Lock hart graveyard. She was a highly esteemed resident of that section, was a member of the Methodist church, and is survived by a number of relations in that portion of the countjr. Oakes & Nichols in charge, -a Jerome Orr. Jerome, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Orr, formerly of this county, died last wek at his parents' home at Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mn. Orr have friends all over the county , who will deeply sympathize with them ln their lota. Mrs. Martha Russell. I Mrs. Martha Russell, aged 70 years, died at the home of John Huffman, four miles from Columbia on the WU llamsport pike, Sunday morning. The funeral was conducted at 11 a. m. to day at Mt. Nebo, by Rev. John E. Hight. She was the wife of the late ' Rev. G. W. Russell, a Methodist min ister, who preceded her to the grave i a number of years. Oakes & Nichols in charge. LEAGO TEAM MAY COME HERE ARRANGEMENT8 FOR THE NASH VILLE CLUB ALM08T CER TAIN FOR COLUMBIA. Alf Williams, one of the directors of the Nashville ball club was in Co lumbia today, and in talking with the fans made the statement that he was sure a game could be arranged here with the Nashville Southern Leagu team for Sept. 8 or 9. Mr. Farmer and Mr. Feeder Get our prices and save money on corn, oats, rve, bran, hay, meal and crushed feed. WEST END FEED STORE h y&A&n:'