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THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914.
Baldy Breezer's "Deeds Count"!! Calendar Nobody ever built a last ing business on promises we are plain outspoken business men and appreciate just what it takes to get hold and keep business. We're constantly working to give you the very best values in made to measure clothing and Men's, -Women's and Children's Shoes. Try us you'll find deal ing with u s to be not only a source of satisfaction but most profitable too. 'THE BEST WAY TO 10 per cent, cash only. discount- "The Cash Way's the Only Way It Costs Less." DIVIDE ELEVEN APPLES EQUALLY AMONG FIFTEEN KIDS' IS TO MAKE APPLE SAUCE" SPOT CASH SHOE STORE Harry W. Frierson A. B. Cummins INN LOOK CAREFULLY after the quality of the cement, lime, plaster, etc., you put into your building. Remember that you connot rectify mistakes after the building is completed- Prove that you have foresight and wis ! dom by getting the best build ing materials which mean9 get ting them here. Richardson Lumber Co. Bell Phone 113 Citizen Phone 148 COLUMBIA TOOK LAST GAME SERIES BY BIG MARGINJF 8 TO 3 LOCALS POUNDED BUCHANAN ALL OVER A SOGQV FIELD AND WON IN A WALK. VOTE OF MEMBERS EDUCATION BOARD ALL FIVE OF THEM WERE ELECT ED WITHOUT AN OPPONENT. PER80NAL. F W W W Ww WwwW sirs. J. J. Jones, of lit. Pleasant, was in the city. Monday shopping. Miss Eloise Martin, of Nashville, is the guest of Miss Nora Jackson. Mrs. Katie Roberts and Mrs. Sue Roberts have returned to Nashville. Mrs. R. B. Meadors, of Florence, Ala., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kin Cherry. Mrs. J. E. Lee is here from Harts ville to be the guest of relatives in the city. Mrs. Walter Griffin has returned to Mt. Pleasant after a visit to her fa ther, W. A. Voss. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rigsby will be in the party which went to Mammoth Cave Tuesday morning. Misses Ida Scott, Anna Matthews and Emma Sowell left Tuesday morn ing for a trip to Mammoth Cave, Ken tucky. Mrs. Lena Dooley, of Hillsboio, Texas, is the guest of her father, W. A. Voss. She arrived too late for her mother's funeral. Charles Cason, of Nashville, for mer Journal clerk of the house of representatives, was in the city for a short time Monday afternoon. Mrs. M. A. Phebaut and Miss Es telle Barrett, who have been the guests for the past three weeks of Maj. and Mrs. Wade H. Westmoreland returned Monday to their homes in Atlanta, Georgia. James R. Williamson is in the city from Culleoka. Misses Susie and Eloise Martin, of Nashville, are visiting in the city Mrs. R. J. Smith, who has been vis iting relatives in the city, will leave Wednesday morning for her home in Fort Worth, Texas. She will be ac companied as far as Nashville by Mrs. R. B. Meadors. David O'Neal is spending his vaca tion in Chattanooga. Mrs. Izora Williamson, of Culleoka, spent Tuesday in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Smith and little daughter are at Prlmm Springs Mrs. R. B. Meadors, of Florence, Ala., is the guest of relatives in the citr i Columbia Military Academy Opens September 10th The tenth year, with better equipment and better faculty than ever before. Only instructors of successful experience in the school room following college training are employed. This academy prefers to pay more for its instructors rather than have inexperienced teachers experimenting with boys for whose training it is responsible. Boys develop under the military system in a way impossible under any other method. A high class preparatory school where boys are carefully trained, not only for entrance to college, but for the responsibilities and duties of manhood. Board and tuition for the school year $400.00 Tuition ......... $100.00 For further particulars and new catalogue, apply to Columbia Military Academy Columbia, Tennessee. augomonosatsSwksiVwklj . I Harwell Park went to Fayetteville Tuesday morning to join the baseball MemDers or tne county Doara or team. ... mum - education had no opposition in their Wendel Church has returned from contests and as a general thing a Primm Springs where he spent his light vote was polled. The follow ing Is the vote received by the members: FIRST GAME WAS. RAINED OUT Columbia got Fifteen Hits, While Fayetteville Only Got to Marshall For Even Half Dozen Had No Trouble. First Division. Precinct McKnight Fly's Store 94 Santa Fe 171 Water Valley 37 Fike's Mill 25 Theta 95 ' Carter's Creek 28 Special to The Herald Timmons 79 . .FAYETTEVILLE, Tenu , Aug. 12. , Columbia took revenge Tuesday aft ernoon for the defeat of tne day pre vious and hit Buchanan, tho home pitcher, all over the lot. The visit ing batters touched him up for fif teen safeties, two or three of which were for two bags. Ho was as easy to solve as Morton was unsolvable the day before. On the other hand Rube Marshall Total 529 Second Division. Precinct Spring Hill Kedron Rally Hill . Derryberry 56 45 65 Total 372 ' Third Division Precinct Moore Culleoka T 105 Glendale 76 BiKbvville 71 Southport 13 ginia Scott Scott's Mill 26 Neapolis 25 Caldwell's Store 60 Rock Spring 28 T.oftwipJi AO added another to his long string of station '...'.'.'.' 51 victories tor the season. He allowed only six safeties, and most of these were widely scattered. He was nev er in trouble and could have pitched shutout ball had he bee.i forced to. The first game of the Uui.bleheader, which was scheduled to have been played, was rained out, and it was rather late and the grounds were in a soggy, boggy shape when tie second game started. Play was s ow, and fast fielding was out of the question. Many balls, which would have been easy outs on a fast field, went for hits on wet grounds. The most frequent wielders of the willow for the Columbia bunch were Hardison, Rogers and Hunter, who had been secured from Lewisburg for the series. Each of them tapped out three bingles, while Hardison and Rogers hit for two bags un one occa- . slori. ' it 1 11 1 ' ti I "' ' na . The box score was as follows: vacation. Mrs. Norfleet Figuers and children are on an extended visit to relatives 'in Elkton, Tenn. I Dr. Owen Brashear will leave to night for his home at Shreveport after a visit of ten days in the city ! Mr. and Mrs. Albert Minnich went to Winchester Tuesday morning to spend the" rest of the week on vaca tion. Hatcher Wilkes, of Culleoka, passed through the city Tuesday morning on his way to Mt. Pleasant, where he will spend the day and night visiting friends. Mrs. Maggie Ramsey Andrews and her sister, Mrs. Alice Straughn, o Florida, who are the guests of Mrs. R. P. Thomas at Culleoka, were in the city Monday afternoon for a short time. Bob Harlan went to Lynnville Tuesday on business. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Woldridge have returned from Sewanee. Norman Dale has returned from spending a week or ten days at Beav er Dam. Misses Justice Southall and Mary Z. Sowell are the guests of Miss Vir- Miss Carolyn Steen, of Dardanelles, Enterprise 29 Ark" 18 tne of ner sister' Mrs- Harry rnerson. Total .! ?! .. :' .. . . : ; ... ..... .320 1 Precinct Fourth Division. Hatcher Sawdust Valley ... 66 Stephenson's Store 50 Court House 516 Depot 120 Total ....752 Mrs. Walter McCardle, of Linden, Indiana, Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. H. Carrico in West End. Miss Fredonia Tolley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Tolley, will en ter the Belcourt Seminary for young ladies at Washington, D. C, at the opening of the fall term on October 8. This Is quite one of the most not ed of the young ladies' seminaries of the South. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mcflriile, of 'ross Bridges, have goue to Red Boiling Springs for a couple of veeks. Hugh West, of Tuscumbia, who came up Monday to attend the fu neral of his father, returned Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth Jones has returned from Mt. Pleasant, where she spent the week end with Mrs. A. L. Hutch erson. Judge and Mrs. J. T. McKnight have gone to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Giddens near Mc Cains. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hobbs, of Dallas, Texas, are visiting Mr. Hobbs' par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, at Culleoka. , , . . . , . Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wilkes and daughter, Miss Blanche, spent the MAJ. WILLIAMSON IS SEVENTY-FIVE RECEIVING CONGRATULATIONS OF HIS NUMEROUS FRIENDS TODAY. (Tuesday i Daily.) In observance of the seventy-fifth anniversary of her father, Ma. John T. Williamson, Mrs. James A. Smiser will tonight entertain members of the family at her beautiful home in West End. Although five years be yond the scriptural age of three core and ten Maj. Williamson is hale and hearty and his many friends in all parts of the county hope that there will be many returns of the day. Maj. Williamson has lived all of his life in this county, having been born on the banks of Foutaln Creek, near culleoka. He has served his country both in peace and in war. He LIV-VER-LAX relieves all Ills of the Liver and Stomach. Get it from STEPHENSON BROS. (Advt) week end with relatives and friends waB a Ralknt soldier in the Confeder al Theta. iate army was lon8 tlme a member of Mrs. J. W. Shelton and daughter, Columbia bar; represented this Miss Elizabeth, are visiting the fam- county In the senate; served a term Mv nt Mnrinn Rtoharrinnn at Tjw. a8 POStmaSter at LOIUmDla, was T6- renceburg this week. celver for bne of the failed banks in Miss Florence Shelton is away on a the !ntt and has held numerous trip to Chicago. On her way back otner Positions of honor and trust, home she will stop over at Dawson discharging well his duty in all of Snrincs fnr a fow riava them. ;,','! Misses Blanche Jaynes ami Irene Nicks have returned trom Nashville, where they have been for the past week as the guest of C. Ci. Nicks and family. Miss Rosa Barnett is in Nashville. R. E. Nichols spent Friday in Nash ville. Jonas Thomas was in the city Sat urday from Culleoka. Miss Martha .Davis, of Nashville, is the guest of Mrs. Lewis Hughes. Robert Church Barrow has gone to Primm Springs 10 syenJ a few days. ' Prof. William T. Holt, of Culleoka, Prof. Earle West, who so accepta- was in the city Saturday on business, bly filled the position of punoipal of Mrs. R. M. Martin has returned the primary department of the city from a visit to relative- at Fayette- schools here for the oast five veara. ville. has decided not to enter Peabodv Miss Rebecca Erwin nas returned College for Teachers this fall, as he from a very pleasant visit to Mt. had intended, but will eo to Farmer- Pleasant, ville, La., as superintendent of the Miss Annie Louise Latta went to schools there. He will have entire Mt. Pleasant Saturday to visit Miss charge of the city schools and will Fanny Ricketts. have several hundred children under Mrs. Buford Short, of Pulaski, has his supervision and control. returned home after visiting Mrs. He will begin his duties on Autnist Ashby Wllkins. 31. It is a source of congratulation Mrs. B. E. Regen has returned from that, while he could not stay here, he J .J ..1 J . , 1 A 1 i J . a , I au oiiouueu viaii iu uer yartsms si una aucepitu a place Oi SUCn responsi Moores ville. Ala. bility in another rtate. PROF. EARLE WEST GOES TO LOUISIANA WILL NOT ENTER PEABODV, BUT HAS ACCEPTED POSITION AS PRINCIPAL. OF SCHOOLS. COUNTY COURT WIS UNANIMOUS IN FAVOR . BUILDING NEW Jill (Continued iron first Pat 0.1 the following resolution, which was unanimously adopted: "Whereas, It appearing to the court from the report of the special com mittee heretofore appointed (hat the .a.IJ J- A. . m icaiueuce pan or tne county jail i9 in an unsafe, dangerous anil insecure condition, and that it is necessary that the same should be rebuilt and reconstructed, it is therefore ordered and adjudged by the court inat C. C. Ross, Allen Holt, R. H. Uuest, John M. Davfs, and J. T. McKnight, chair inan, be and are hereby appointed commissioners with full p'.wer and authority to contract for and super intend the erection of a new residen tial part pf the county jail, make all necessary repairs upon that part of the jail wherein the prisoners are confined, have the same properly heated and ventilated and sufficient baths, closets and sewerage so as to , insure the health and comfort of the inmates, and are hereby empowered to sell all the unused part ot the old material in the present building; "And it is further ordered that the costs of the said repairs ai.d improve ments shall not exceed the cost of eight thousand dollars ($8,000), which amount, or the necessary part there of, is hereby expressly appropriated out of the county funds to pay the ama" .. ;,,,,. irm mi A , . . -r-I. J-jp Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner! Bitter taste? Complexion sallow? Iver perhaps needs waking up. DDoan's Regulets for bilious attacks, 25c at all stores. (Advt.) OPENING 9F CANAL NOT TO BE DEFERRED WASHINGTON, Aug lO.-Secretary Garrison issued a statement today to set at rest doubts as to the opening of the Panama cinal August 15. "There is no reason at present known on the isthmus or to the sec retary of war," said tae secretary, "M to why the canal should not !e open ed on that date to vessels not need ing more than thirty feet of water. Subscribe for The Hemic Cotanbia AB R H PO A Hagan, s S 4 0 0 'I 4 Schmidt, of 4 1 1 2 0 JParks, iWJ-Vll I, 0 2 Burns, lb ..5 117 0 Hardison, It 4 2 3 2 0 Rogers, 2b 5 2 3 3 1 Hunter, r f 5 13 2 0 Lucas, 0 5 0 1 9 2 Marshall, p 5 0 2 0 2 Total ... 12 S 15 27 11 Favetteville 4.B R H PO A Hays, c f 4 0 0 1 0 Pigg, 1 f 4 1 - 2 0 O. Bagley, s s 1 1 0 3 0 Oolville, 3b 4 0 0 2 3 Sanders, r f 4 0 1 2 0 B. Bagley, 2b 1113 6 Gray, lb 3 0 0 12 1 Luna, c 4 0 0 2 0 Buchanan, p 5 0 10 1 Morton, lb 1 a 0 0 0 Hatcher, p J J J J Total 86 3 6 27 11 Fifth Division. 1 Precinct (Mt. Pleasant .... E Sandy Hook 1 Hampshire Kindel ....289 .... 36 ... 80 0 Taylor's Store 24 i-' Total .v. .'rrtr. rf-rr.?; ..429 1! 1 0 0 0 Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, laborers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclec tic Oil. Fine, for cuts, burns, bruises. Should be kept In every home. 25c and 50c. (Advt. REVIVAL MEETING AT PLEASANT MOUNT ! Rev. W. T. Logan, an evangelist from Oklahoma, will commence a re vival meeting at the Pleasant Mount Cumberland Presbyterian church near Glendale on Sunday, August 23. All Christian people are earnestly re quested to attend and take part in the services. fee t He) NomIm for The HeraM. No. 'OLUMBIA, CNN. Aug.3rd. 1914 u w X c w K w t 1 CO o Columbia Bank & Trut Company (P"9 to th ortr of City of Columbia 75,281 .25 Seventy Five Thousand, Two Hundred, Eighty One ft 25-100- City of Columbia School Bonds DOLLARS FOR Geo. E. MeKennon , Cashier . The above is a Copy of a Check we recently paid the City of Columbia for its issue of School Bonds. The "Toy" Bank is gradually outgrowing its Toyhood. Anybody else around here got any bonds for sale? COLUMBIA BANK TRUST CO.