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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25 114.
1 I I There is Nothing So Beautiful As a Dining Table Covered with handsome China, Cut Glass and Silver. Nothing would delight the wife more than a purchase of this goods for her Xmas pre sent. Try it one time and see how happy she will he. Our store is full of beautiful and useful things for the holiday season. Why not mike a Christmas present this year that will bring enjoyment to the entire houehold lor years to come? Why not give the woman who presides over your home a present that will de crease her work a hundred fold? Such a sensible, practical present is the MONARCH MALLEABLE RAMIE We invite you to come singly or in a family group aud thoroughly examine the Monarch Satisfy yourself that this dependable range will make good all the claims we make tor it. You will then realize that it is the one present which will spread the Holiday cheer throughout many future years. DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY A Few of the Articles We Have for Xmas Presents Electric Lamps Electric Toasters Electric Irons Electric Charm Dishes Electric Serving Dishes Casseroles Grape Fruit Sets Sherbert Sets Wooden Serving Trays Fish and Meat Planks Coffee Perculators Vegetable Dishes Large Stock Cut Glass Hand Painted China Nut, Salid, Olive and Chocolate Sets Carving Sets Razors and Strap Pocket Knives Scissors A great many things we haven't room to mention here. Come to our store and look through. BROWN SENTENCE IS SEVEN YEARS REFUSED NEW TRIAL BY JUDGE SANFORD AND NO APPEAL WAS GRANTED. Special to The Herald. NASHVILLE, Tenn., Dec 21. Will B. Brown, former assistant cashier of the Gallatin National Bank, and may or of the city, who was convicted last week in the federal court for rob bing the bank last spring, was today refused a new trial and sentenced to seven years in the penitentiary. There is no appeal. No neea lor calomel wlU it aauseating effects. LIV-VER-LAX s happy in results. STEPHEN SON BROS. (Advt.) OR. SANDERS IN COLUMBIA First Thursday in each month at Knebel's Jewelry Store. Byes exam ined, Glasses Fitted. Splendid equip ment (Sonsultation free. oct9tf K&A .GIFT FOR m M ALL THE Mr B. A. SATTERFIELD CO LOSSJADJDSTED, BACK INBUSINESS Allen Bros. & Loftin's restaurant and delacantesen shop are open and doing business at the old stand again. The losses from the fire which gutted their building on Wednesday morn ing were adjusted by the insurance company within a few hours and the business resumed with but little de lay. Work on repairs of the second story of the building is on In earnest and the bakery will be going again within a few days. The adjustment of the losses and the reopening of the business of this popular and progres sive young firm probably sets a new precedent in Columbia. HOLIDAY MARRYING TOBACCO. I will be in Columbia the first Mon day in January with 1,000 pounds of Fine Maury County Leaf Tobacco. Half of it will be Silk Leaf White Burley for smoking, as fine as was ever grown. Come and see my tobac co, even if you don't want to buy. Have got Silk Leaf White Burley Seed for sale at $1.00 per ounce. J. H. MOORE, R. R. 3, Columbia. Ilw3w d2830janl FEVER HAS HI! IKE PEOPLE SAYS CLERK TEN LICENSES ISSUED TO WHITE PEOPLE IN THE LAST THREE DAYS. NEGROES ARE JOT SO ANXIOUS Only Ten Couplet Have Gotten Li censes Since Firtt of Month. How ever, They Always Walt Until tha Day Before Christmas to Marry. (Monday's Dally ) "Well, business in the marrying lin has been fine for the past two or three days," said Deputy County Court Clerk T. E. Lipscomb this mornin. "These young folks are not afraid of the war or the tax the government has put on licenses. They have just poured in here for the past few days, clamoring for the legal papers that will enable them to get tied up betors Christmas comes on. The high coat of living does not seem to affect them at all. Their souls have but a singto thought, and that is to get married. Their hearts beat as one, and they are getting the papers that legally make them one. "Why, in the last three days wa have issued no less than ten license to white couples. And remember that I there are several days yet before j Christmas. I should not be surpris ed if all marrying records were not broken by the white peorle of this county this year. They started off very slowly this month, but for the past few days they have hit up an aw ful gait. There have been nineteen so far this month. This number will probably be run up to thirty or more before January 1. "The negroes, however, are consid erably behind the white people. There have been only ten licenses issued to them since Dec. 1. I look for them to get busy in the next day or so, and for a big rush the day before Christ mas. You know that the biggest day of the year for them to get married is on Christmas day. They are simply a little bit late in starting, but I'll bet they do their share within the next ten days." YOU NEED SAFE INSURANCE We write Life. Fire. Tornado, Guaranty Bonds, Live .Stock. Meat and Grain in strong Companie that par CASH without discount ai soon as loss is adjusted. HENDLKY. COCHRAN fe THOMAS TALK m owl A i 1: 1 BL JT DIES FROM POISON TAKEN BY MISTAKE i LEWISBURG, Tenn., Dec. 22. As the reseult of taking arsenic, which he had bought for his stock, by mistake, for some medicine which he had in a similar bottle, Robert S. Hopkins. aged 40, a well known farmer, died Ihere Sunday. Mr. Hopkins was not ' married. OUR SHOP "Delivers the Goods" On that job of Plumbing, Fixtures, Re pairs. Experienced help means least labor or time costs. We also quote best en the new, modern fixtures needed. Let us give you an estimate. It will in terest you . Phone Rees & Bradley Bell Phone 103 Citizens Phone 311 Subscribe for The Herald Wake up your liTer. A laiy Liver brings on the worst of diseases. Take LIV-VER-LAX now. STEPHEN BON BROS. (AdTt.) MORE MONEY FOR THE BELGIAN FUND The following contributions nave been made In the last two er three days to the Belgian flour fund of Mau ry county, of Which Thomas H. Wil liams Is the chairman: Mrs. Sue Gray Dunnington $8 S. S. Class of Jack Oakes $6 STEPHENSON BROS. k0 about LIV-VER-LAX. Tou need It for your liver. (A4vL) M'DOWELL HONOR ROLL DECEMBER j In Expressing to Our Customers and Friends the Compliments of the Season We wish to add that, at any time our friends who are not doing their banking business with us, we feel that they can give us part S or all of their business, "Barkis is Willin". Saieiy-Servicc-SaHstacBoD COLUMBIA BANK 1 -TIUST C8 tUN ueseass i LIST OF THE HONOR PUPILS DURING THE PA8T MONTH AT DI8TRICT 8CHOOL. Below is given the honor roll of the pupils at the McDowell school during the past month of December. The list is a long one, and reflects the splendid work that is bsiag done at this school. First Grade EdithHanson, Myrtle Reese, Robert Pillow Dobbins. Second Grade Ethel Lamar, Char lie Hanaway, S. G.. Patterson, Brow nie Lamar, Robert Bates, Mason Gardner, Alma Hanson, Willie Mor ton. Third Grade Lillian Paul. Pearl Johnson, Flonnoy Beard, Case Hop kins, Henry Huckaby, Oscar Harbi son, William Parks. Fourth Grade Oma Mort-m, Em ma Hayes Wade, Margaret Ritten berry, Bruce White. Fifth Grade Frank Watkins, Char les Parks, Thomas Joyce, Webb Es kew, Elizabeth Armstrong. Nellie Dawson, Helen Hopkins. Sixth Grade Mayhew Derryberry, Houston Maxwell, James Morton, Sarah Burns, Lela Hardisou, Eliza beth Martin, Frances McFal.. Murry Rlttenberry, Frances Speed. Seventh Grade Sam Bate, Tn nent Brown, Thelma Ply, Kate John aon, Martha Yokley, Mary Watkins. Braly, Optometrist, moved I to McKinney buildir$c, room 1. Repairs delivered promptly. Best Fer Kidneye 8ays Dettor. Dr. J. T. R. Neal, Greenville, So. Car., says that in his 30 years of experienoe he has found no prepara tion for the kidneys equal to Foley Kidney Pills. Pain in back and hips is an indication of kidney trouble a warning to build up the weakened kidneys, make them vigorous ridding your blood of acids and poisons. Foley Kidney Pills will help any case of kidney and bladder trouble not be void the reach of medicine. In 60c and J1.00 sizes. Sold in your town bv WOLDRIDGE CO. (Advt.) BROTHER OF R. S. HOPKINS IS DEAD R. E. Hopkins, of Belfast, Marshall county, died Sunday afternoon at his home. He was a brother of R. Hopkins, Uie attorney of this elty. He was about 40 years of age. , , LIW1HLAXI He bad PLEASED THAT C0NIRACT LET PROF. HARRIS DELIGHTED THAT HIGH SCHOOL 18 GOING TO BE BUILT. "I am certainly glad that the con tract for the new high school has been let. I feel that a burden has been lift ed off my shoulders, which has been there ever since I have been at the head of the Columbia schools," said Prof. R. L. Harris this morning in talking of city school affairs. "I felt mighty blue for a time. Along in the fall, it seemed that we were a hopeless tangle, and that it was going to be a long time before we were go ing to have our new school.. It prov ed to be rather a good thing, howev er, as we went ahead and made the improvements on the Andrews school first. They are about through now, and the building is serving us as well almost as a new one. "Now we are going to build the new high school. The delay was instru mental in our getting the work done more cheaply than we would have bad the contract been let last summer be fore the war came on and all kinds of building material were very high. As it was, we got the benefit of this de crease in all kinds of construction ma terials, and we are going to build the new high school with all the features that we wanted, something that seem ed impossible during the summer. "Work will start on the new school soon after the first of the new year. The contractors will have nearly eight months in which to do the work, am ple time in which to do it thoroughly and have it ready for us on Septem ber L" CHECKS CROUP INSTANTLY, i You know croup is dangerous. And you should also know the sense of security that comes from always hav ing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound In the house. It cuts the thick mu cus and clears away the phlegm, stops the strangling Cough and gives easy breathing- and u let sleep. Take It for coughs, colds,- tickling throat hoarseness and for bronchial and la grippe coughs. Contains no opiates Every seer la a friend. WOL- JLwei oo curt.) j State and County Taxes Are Now Due Pay early and avoid interest and penalties. John w. Trustee Iri&wkly.tf Hiamaiaainu1 A Great Bargain for Planters! OAKLAND NURSERIES, Colmmbla, Tenn. We have in surplus: 18 000 one and two year apples, all strictly first class, that must be sold within the next 90 days to make room for a large spring planting. Apples 2 yr. per 10, $1.50; per 50, $5.00; per 100, $f.00; in larger quantities, prices on application. 1 year old, 20 per cent, less than 2 year olds: Early Harvest Red Harvest Red Astrachan Fannie Hackworth Level and Rasp berry Varieties Winesap Gano Black Twig Pall Quen Royal Pound Stay men Winesap Paragon Ben Davis Wolf River Kinnards Choice York Jenator Yates Black Ben Davis 20,000 Peaches, first class per 10, $1.25; per 50, $5.00; per 100, $9.00. Larger quanti ties prices on application: Mayflower Carman Tennessee King Seeed Belle of Georgia O M. Fres Mammoth Cling Varieties: Elberta Crawford's Early Crawford's Late Stump the World Plater's St. John Waddell Slappie Champion Susquehanna Globe White Heath St Jacobs Mam moth Greensboro Wonderful We can also supply Japan and European Ploms, Cher ries, Apricots, Nectarines, Double Flowering Peach; Soft Shell Almonds. Quinces, Ornamental Trees, Hardy Shrubs, Strawberries, Gooseberries, Currants, Raspberries, Mai berries and Nut Trees, Evergreen and Roses. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. CITIZENS TELEPHONE NO. 3i OAKLAND NURSERIES, I. T. t HART, PROPRIETOR. COLUIRIA, TERR. g