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av ,vt' '.HWin b FRIDAY, JANUARY 1f 181S.
3.00 ONE YEAR $1.75 SIX MONTHS DAILY BY MAIL Not Sunday BURIHS JAHUARV FEBRUARY OHLY Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited To These Two Months Just One-Half Regular Price Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-Journal Agent in this district. - - - Weekly Herald Daily Courier-Journal One Yoar - - $4.00 Address All Orders To This Office MRS. MACK MARTIN PASSES TO BEYOND SAD DEATH OF ESTIMABLE LADY CAUSES SORROW THROUGH? OUT CITY. Mrs.' Mack Martin, after lingering for several weeks, with an incurable disease, died et her home, in Mayes Place Friday morning at 12:30 o'clock. She was but 26 years of age. She leaves her husband and a little daughter, who is but two and one half years of age, ' Mrs. Martin was a lady of beauti- ! ful' character, sweet disposition . and kindly, nature. She was just in the bloom of young womanhood when Bhe was stricken with the malady which swiftly took her away from her hus band and little daughter. Her pass ing away is a source of sorrow to a wide circle of friends' in this city; where she had made her home since her marriage. The, funeral services were conduct ed at the residence this morning at 8:30 o'clock by Dr. W. B. Ricks, of the First Methodist church, of which she was a consistent member. ' The body was carried to Fayetteville on the 9:55 train, where it was interred this afternoon. The following acted as pall bear ers, Harry Alford, James Boddie, Dr. Dake Biddlu, Marion Sheddan, W. E. Dickinson and Ben Latta. ' Carriages from Oakes & Nichols. MfflEHBEEEEm m TAKEN UP Turkeys, owner can have same by paying feed bill, adver tising and describing. JOS.' W. REA VIS, Bryant Station, Tenn. 18i4t ANNUA BAH BY FAR LARGEST Ml BY J. A. .I STOLE HORSE OF HIS OWNBROTHER BEN KINNARD ARRESTED IN NASHVILLE ON CHARGE OF LARCENY. - Ben Kinnara, a negro of the Knob Creek section, was arrested in Nash ville late Thursday afternoon on the n n itrra rP efnoHnrr Vi i a -tnrit vri Vi secretary and treasuTerT"" George E. Sloan. W. B. Lockridee. W. n si, horse. Deputy Sam Hardison went .up It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In writing of her experience with CarduL, the woman's tonic. Sbe says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought, the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 33 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give V J LWLJ W VmmmS V Tne woman's toiuc i trial I stm use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in frying Cardui -for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing rri women for Kare than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! w - - Itl fTTTcV-1 111 111 Mil I 1 id . J BAPTI TS HAVE BIG CHRISIMAS TRE GEN.IAL BEN SHELTON WAS THE SANTA CLAUS FOR THE LIT TLE CHILDREN. MRS. MITCHELL GOT THE DOLL ALBERT 6IDNEY. PAGE WINNER OF RACE TRACK OF ANDERSON BROS. & FOSTER. at the Baptist church yesterday .aft-.'' doll and. Albert Sidney Page . r.i,:.,o tne auiomoune race irau given wj ernoon to enjoy the, Christmas pro- , , . . . . . . . i by Anderson Bros. & Foster Friday gram, which was accentuated by a1 ' . hoaiiMfiillv arraneaA arena in tt'hioh mOITling , m ii.i fir. i.M itW Ml A big crowd was attracted to the . i,.m .n,i.,lW department store in spite of the UOIiblQ V. i UUV'i UlU 'lllVU V A lLUl . a , i v . ., . , .raw weather outside, for many had nence. Stockings hung by the chim- - ' , nV M,i ora onH -VrHfatWV en l0kllie Wlth eaVi0US 101 tAJJf . UV;UUI VUMA IB UJUU 2) " Vi " HONOR'ROLL OF COLLEOKA SCHOOL -1ST OF PUPILS MAKING HIGH GRADES DURING FOURJH ' ' MONTH. , The following is the honor roll of the Culleuka school for the fourth month: : , . First grade Claiborne Inman, Gladys Craig, Elsie Evins, Grace Mc Kibbon, Zora Wiley. Second grade Lizzie Demastus. Third grade Roy Ashton, ' Jim Fin ney, Shelton Park, ' David Robison, Leonard Stone, Myrtle Clark, Marga ret Coffey. - , 'Fourth grade Allen Holt, Arthur Pigg.-John Harvey Preston, Sadie Auston, Evelyn Calvert, Sallie Louise Cockrill, Floy Stipe. -! Seventh grade Hazle Park, Ewell Gregg, Grace Howell. Eighth . grade Granville Smith, Sherrell tyoore. ' Ninth grade John Gilliam. FIVE CENTTS PROVES IT A Generous Offer. Cut out this ad, enclose with 5 cents to Foley & Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address plainly, and receive a free trial package . containing Foley'! Honey and Tar Compounder coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for kidney and bladder ' complaints, backache, pains in joints, rheuma tism! and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic try all three for 5 cents.the cost of mailing.sold'by WOLDRIDGE CO. (Advt.) ' TWENTY-SIX SAT DOWN TO ELE GANT REPAST OF SIX COURSES AT HOTEL POPE. AT FAYETTEVILLE THIS YEAR mons, M. E. Dennis, T. E. Dugger, Jer ry Ownby, and James West, of the Co lumbia house; R. R. Carter, manager, T. A. Cathey, and Wilburn Cathey, of the Lewisburg house; J. M. Mans field, manager, A. H. McBill, Arch Mc Bill, R. S. Perry, T. C. Little, Frank Woodard and Norman Mansfield, of the Fayetteville house, and H. H. Frasa, manager, and George T. Mc Clure, of the Dayton house. It your liver lav ,tj wafce son BROS. Inactive? LIV-VER-U up STEPHEN-(AdTt J. A. Sloan Acted as Toast Master arid , Introduced the Speakers-Said Bus-' ' . ; iness Past Year by Far Largest and tHANbEj IN. TIME , Best in Company's History. , Friday morning and brought him back to Columbia to stay in jail until his trial before a magistrate. .Ben stole the mare Wednesday aft ernoon and carried her to Nashville, arriving there Thursday morning. He tried to sell her to several, offering to take an absurdly small price for her. The suspicions of one or two buyers ' were aroused and they reported' .case to the police. While they were Jock eying with him at $27.50, the officers received a telephone message ' from Columbia telling, of the theft and in quiring for the culprit. KInnard was arrested before he got away with the sale. ' 28. A. TABLES OF ROADS DR. S NOERSIN COLUMBIA ON NEW SCHEDULE HERE-AFTER. Special to The Herald. FAYEATTEVILLE, Tenn., Dec The annual banquet of the J. Sloan Company, which was held here in the Hotel Pope Saturday evening, was among the most elaborate in its appointments ttiat nas ever .been giv- A new time table went into effect en ih the city. Twenty-one members , Sunday moraine on the railroads run- and employes of the firm and five ning into Columbia. ,No anribunce guests sat down, to a menu of , the' men t had been made of the changes, choicest delicacies, which extended 'and several passengers missed their over six courses. The banqueters connections from here. ' took their seats at the board at eighi j , No. 2,' which has arrived here at o'clock and it was far past midnight ( 6:10 in the evening, will come ten when they rose to go to their homes, minutes later. It will arrive here at The toastmaster of the evening was J 6:20 o'clock and leave at 6:25. No. 3, James A. Sloan, president and gener- which has come at 9:45 heretofore, al manager of the company. He is a ' will arrive ten minutes earlier, 9T.35. past master in the art of reparte and No. 5, due here heretofore in tha First Thursday in each month at ' Knebel's Jewelry Store. Eyes exam- N0S. 2, 3, 5. 41 AND 43 WILL RUN med- Glasses Fitted. Splendid .equip- ment Consultation free. oet9tf "BOUGHT AND PAID FOR" IS. COMING AT NEW GRAND JAN. 4 AFTER EN GAGEMENT AT VENDOME IN , NASHVILLE. "Bought and Paid For," George Broadhurst's great play, is coming to the New, Grand Theatre, Monday after dinner speaking, and His quips 1 evening at 5:25, will come ten minutes niBht' January 4' U wiU'be at Nash- and iests in introduclne the sDeakers inter fmm nnw r ih o)iid h, VU1W lur "ee eugngeujeuiB m " - r v-- Vi uui! su j VUG DVUVUUIU the now and Vendome previous to coming here. kept the crowd in a roar most Of the fnr Its arrival heine- K-35 evening. He called nnnn evprv man ; lvir, ..t K-sti ' ' In this show the "people of this city present for a speech of Some kind. j There are only two changes on the ' are a88ured 016 Pleasure of seeln6 one The keynote to all the addresses of ! NashVille, Florence and Sheffield di-, of the m08t notable Btage succesBes the evening was "Loyalty." "I want, vision. No, 41 will depart at 9:40 a.iof-tte paSt 8everaI year8, " has had very man in the employment of this jm. instead of 9:50, as heretofore, I loDg rUDS ln both ChIcaa and N6w company," said Mr. Sloan,-the toast-j while Nor 43 leaves at 6:25 p, m. in-j' staylng almoat a year at each master, in his remarks, "to feel that, stead of '6:15. j of them. . he is a soldier and that he is expect ed to do his particular duties through out the coming year just as the sol clock," pointing to the hour of twelve, were pleasing features, while a Christ mas tree, laden with all kinds of toys and decorations was a source of de light to the children. The chief attraction was the splen did Santa Claus, said by many to be the- best ever seen in Columbia. Ben G. Shelton, of Covington, Tenn., broth er of Trude Shelton, of this city, con sented to impersonate the season's patron saint. Mr, Shelton is widely known as a humorist and an . "apostle of sunshine." He was certainly, at his best. A number of letters were awaiting Santa's arrival, Christmas news from the children of Mother Goose." The news took the. form of clever sallies of wit and parodies in which the men of the Sunday school were "taken off." His genial manner and ready wit kept things moving. The climax was reached when he gave an operatic Italian song (?), his own composition, in his own ' Inimitable manner, after which he ran away with the jingling sleigh bells and waving to the children. The children of the Sunday school were laden with boxes of candy, fruit, books, games and toys, their faces beaming with Joy, and their hearts overflowing with Christmas cheer several weeks at them in the show windows. The lower floor was almost fulL . ' The doll' was a beautiful one, while the automobile race track was a nov elty which bad been brought from New York by the buyer of the firm to give to some little boy during the hol idays. '. ' . STOP THE CHILD'S COUGH Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough are childrens ailments which need immediate attention. The after-effects are often most, serious. Don't take the risk you don't have to. Dr. King's New. Discovery checks the Cold, sothes the Cough, allays the Inflammation, kills the Germs and allows Nature to do her healing work. 50c. at your Druggist. -Buy a bottle to-day (Advt.) 2 SHOT TAME DOCKS FOR WILD ONES COUPLE OF COLUMBIA NIMRODS HAVE TO "FORK UP" FOR THEIR ERROR. , MANY DISORDERS COME THE LIVER dlers of the Kaiser, the King of Eng- Ar Yo" J"8t a 0d,d With Yourself? , . A. ., ,,.'. D You Regulate Living? land, the Czar, or the President of Are you aometimes at odds with France, do theirs in going into bat- yourself and Vlth the wc)-ld? Do you tie.. Let every man be loyal, let us wonacr. wnat ails you? . True you fr6m I MEETING OF THE ANANIAS CLUB ivork together as a unit, and our sue- ma? be eating regularly and sleeping OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR . ...... : .v.. well, let something is the matter! . tI rTrrr, nK, fcierv cess, our uusmess wm ue sieaicr u.c Constipation Headache Nervousness toext twelve months than It has been and Bilious Spells Indicate a Slug the past twelve. We have made won- Pish Liver. The tried remedy is derful strides in spite of the unto- J' Kmg9 New Life Pills. Only 25c. of vnur FlmcrcHat ward conditions of the last few Buckleil.8 Arn'ica Salve months, and with all of us working Eruptions. (Advt.) as one we win aixumpusu iai muic in 1915 than we have in 1914. 'Work' Is the password of the company." In addition to the guests, who were H.-.C. Watts, editor of the Lincoln County News; F. W. Johnson, of the for Skin '2 SUBSCRIBES FOR ELECTED ON NEXT MONDAY AFTERNOON. By order of. the president, H. L. Hendley, there will be a called meet ing of the members of the Ananias Club next Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The purpose of the meeting Is to elect officers for the coming T. Ed Gordon and Buck Howard, two of Columbia's most ardent sports- LIV-VER-LAX Is guaranteed to r men, went auck nunung aunng tne lieve troubles resulting from a di holidays. Bom oi mem are supposea ordered Liver. Pleasant to take ano to have rainy gooa eyesigny dm in perfectly harmless. STEPHENSON , spite of considerable experience, they BROS. ' . lAdTt.) were unable to distinguish tame ducks ; 1 from wild ones.' They saw a flock in 1 a pond, and without investigating, fir BLACK CATTLE ARE - 'ed on them, thinking that they were HIS FAVORITE wild ones before &"nS further South. When the gentlemen went out to get James T. Kinnara, "proprietor of their ducks, they were astounded to Kinnardhurst Farm, and a well known find that they were tame ones belong- breeder of pure registered Aberdeen- inS t0 farmer nearby- They Pd for i Angus cattle, was in the city Thurs- them and also gave ?i to a negro, who day. Mr. Kinnard is very much enam- saw inem K1U loe u0' no.1 lo ieu ored of tl7e black cattle, and while he ine 8lory ou luem iU vuwu- has a small herd he believes in the Later in the day. they saw another best and has found the growing of flock of duck3 m Pond,- but yearlings to be most profitable. ' . fearln8 that tney'mlgh make the : ' same mistake that they had earlier LIV-VER-LAX 18 'harmless not ft in the day' they came up close to in .eadly poison like . calomeL Any vestigate. Just as they were about to child is safe and happy by the use of fire the whole flock heard llem and LIV-VER BR09. JAMES A. ALFORD ACQUITTED BY JURY- FOUND NOT GUILTY OF THE MUR DER OF HARRY COULTER IN GIBSON COUNTY. . TRENTON, Tenn., Dec. 29 Jaa. A. Alford, wealthy business man of Ruth- , erford, Tenn., today was acquitted of the murder of Harry , Coulter, a law- yer, in September, 1913. The case had been in the hand3 of . the Jury since Saturday evening. Alford claimed that he shot Coulter and the latter's father in defense of his home. To feel strong, have good appetite and digestion, sleep soundly and en joy life, use Burdock Blood , Bitters, the family system tonic. Price, $1.00. (Advt.) LIV-VER-LAX etlmulatea' the Liv er. A harmless vegetable compound. Any child can take It safely. Aik STEPHENSON BROS. (AdTt) LAX. -T- STEPHENSON flew away (Advt) Subscribe for The Hertld. ROBERT BERG Watchmaker and Jeweler, And dealer in Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. rine waicn ana jewe ry repairing a specialty Bethell Block COLUM BIA , TE 1? The negro who had saw the mis take that they had made in the first case, could not resist the ' temptation to tell the story on them. They are being subjected to much "guying" at the hands of their-friends about town. AT; The Rackel LIV-VER-LAX Is purely vegetable. Just what you need to tone up your ystem. Ask STEPHENSON BROS. (AdvL) , FIVE WHOLE YEARS twelve months and transact such oth- er business as may properly come be- The Herald is Jn receipt of the fol- fore the club at its annual meeting. Chattanooga Coffee. Company; W. E. lowing letter from Mrs. J. B. Wiley, President Hendley has set the day on Brock, president of the Brock Candy of Sanger, Texas, whc. has been a sub- first Monday, so that there will be a Company, of Chattanooga; -Austin Ow- scriber to The Herald for many years: full, attendance of the members, en, of the Brock Candy Co, and C. F. "I ami sending you $5 In payment, " , , ' ,. . Caughran, there were present the fol- for my Herald. We still like to hear. Wake op your Urer. A laiy Liver lowing members and employes of thejfrpm,, d4V oldTennessee, , i dont brings .oa the wor?t of diseases. Take 3. A. Sloan Co., J. A. Sloan, president know how muh l owe you, but give LIV-VER-LAX npwu STEPHEN and general manager; Harry T. Sloan, me ddlt for this amount". V 'iON ESJ03. ;- i : (Advt) State and County Taxes j Aro Wow Du Pay early and avoid interest and pn&tUe& John M UoTi-uteo Children's Union Suits, 25c, 40c . and 50o each. ' '. Ladies' Union Suits (white,) 48c to 9 5o each. ' Ladies' extra size Union Suits, . 60c to $L00 each. Ladies' fleeced lined Vests and Pants, 25c and 45c each. Ladies' extra size Pants . and , Vests, 30c and 50c each. Ladies' fleeced lined Hose, 10c, 12 Vzd and 25c per pair. Boys' and Girls heavy ribbed nose, luc, 12 ana l&c per Pair. ' Men's Sweaters, 50o to $2.00. Boys' Sweaters, 45c to $1.00. toen's heavy fleeced lined' Union ' Suits, 95c each. . . Men's rib Union Suits, 95c each. Boys' extra heavy fleeced lined Union Suits, 40c to 50c each. Special Boys" solid leather, lac Shoes, "sizes 13 to' 2, $1.00. Boys' solid- leather lace Shoes, -sizes. 4, 4 and 5 and Eft, " $1.00 and $1.15. SPECIAL. Jap Rose Talcum Powder, 12c. Jap Rose Toilet Soap, 3 for 25c. Fountain Syringe. 50c n ' ' ,' . I ANNEX GOODS. Stove Polish, 5c. . . Liquid Stove Polish, 10c. . Stove Paste 10c. Grate Enamel, 10c. -Fire Shovels, 5c. and 10c. Stove Pokers, 5c JS&wltjc?" Coal Tongs, l&tT' Coal Hodjali Bizes. Chalrgeats all sizes, 6c and 10c. Health Brooms, 10c. t rfhoe Soles, Shoe Nails, Heel Braces, Shoe Stands and Lasts. The Kackef! ;fri4wk1y4f- F. SWANSBURQ, Prop. - .. - ;