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THf eSLUMiM WftXLk Friday, april 21, xm.
? j si ill 1S J ii .i v 1 i ik r 3 i 1 , tiT)TA UFttALD ministration he has religiously divided COLUMBIA HERAL.D hv him bei Published Weekly by The Publishing Company. THE LilO jau vuhqv - Tho Herald and Mr. WilkeS t w ocu 1 organ. Other officials of the county 'Entered iu the Pobtoftice at Columbia, g.ye &n their printing to the Herald; Tenn., as second-class mail matter. u From tWQ or tnree of i. 1. FINNEY 777. Editor the offices of the county. The Herald VV. r. HASTINGS.. Business Manager hag neyer drawn one singie dollar SUBSCRIPTION RATESff from the county for public printing 0nd year '10 It is not complaining either; it is aim-, Six Months Mc ply stating the facts. Mr. Wilkes rrmmfr"- - - " should know and the paper that gave COUNTY PRINTING. hjg gtatement doe8 know la a communication in this week's Qf county placeg Jssue of the organ of discontent, R. A. controlg the printing for his partic--Wilkes, of Culleoka, undertakes to die- fjjw ftre any way credit The Herald by stating that dur- re8ponsible to or accountable to the ing the past five years it has been cQmt , jaid more money for printing and ad- In condusioni The Herald also vertising by the county than all other for the benefit of Mr Wilkes papers in the county combined. This and thoge who receive their inspire Is probably true, although The Herald from hlm that any intimation or jfcus never been sufficiently interested insinuatlon that The Herald has ever, in the matter to ascertain what haaiUnder present management, been in teen paid other papers. Mr. Wilkes fluenced in its position upon any pub might also have stated with equal lic js8uei by any financial reward or troth that The Herald has a much tne nope thereof, Is absolutely and" Jarger paid circulation than any other unqualifiedly false, newspaper in Maury county; that its Tne Herald would remind Mr. volume of advertising of all kinds Wilkes that deep Insinuations and tin dery largely exceeds, probably more punging an adversary's motives do not than doubles the volume of advertls-' strengthen any cause nor convince dls Ing of all of the other papers in the interested people. It refuses there tounty; that its volume of buiness Is fore to go to Mr. Wilkes' level and greatly In excess of the business of all engage in a personal controversy that other publishing and printing estab- would be neither Instructive nor prof- lishmentB of the county. itable. It is, however, ready, always Mr. Wilkes might also have stated ( ready, to give the reasons for the ihat the Influence and power of The faith that is within it and, in parlia Herald, as shown by the almost momentary manner, speaking the plain lonn success in Maury county of the truth in the language of its country, alleles which it has advocated, are to defend itself from any attacks from growing all the time. He might also ' whatever source they may be made, -with equal regard for the truth have' WILSON'S COURSE, tated that The Herald publishes more . . wv,rt ,nvoa Maury county news; spends more mon- the hlBtory 0f nl9 country and is proud! jty to get the news; devotes more of his flag, must applaud the firm, res-j ipace and more money to exploiting olute and dignified speech of President lie resources of Maury county than Wilson made to congress yesterday.! After reading the presidents ternnc all other papers combined. He says but true indictment of Germany In the that The Herald has been paid some Bubmarlne controversy, its persistent f 600 per year for county printing dur- and relentless violation of all the dic ing the past five years. He might also tates of humanity and the laws of na tive stated that The Herald has a tlons and its solemn promises to this , J . . , country, one must be forced to the number of satisfied customers in Maury " conclusion that this government has county who have annually spent with acted with & degree o patience, of It lor several years a considerably fortitude and toleration not equaled larger sum than that. in the history of the world. The time Now as to county printing, The 'r SS and parleying is over; it . ended in the view of The Herald some herald makes this plain statement: fcut nQw Gemany muBt Any charge or intimation from Mr. either promptly meet the American "Wilkes or from any other source what- damands or suffer the consequences, soever, that one dollar has ever been The result may be war from which we paid to The Herald under its present pray that we may be delivered, but , . thank God, the president and the ma- management by Maury county improp- iorly or for any other than legitimate there Rre gome thingg worse than waFi (jmrpose for value received and upon cUei among them being a supine sub- jwoper account duly rendered and ap- mission to wrong and a loss of na- proved by the party making the pur- tional esteem. hase, is absolutely and unqualifiedly lalse. No unclean dollar has ever been received during that period by The Herald. No dollar that the high est ethics of the newspaper profession -would not, upon investigation sustain, baa ever been received, and The Her ald here and now challenges Mr. Wilkes to present proof to the con trary. Not only that, but The Herald, because of its rigid and unswerving' At its final session on Wednesday adherence to the higher ethics of the afternoon on motion of Capt. W. T. . , . Galloway, the following action was newspaper profession, has annually, , , ' , ... 1 v v ' taken on the completion of the cam under the present management, re- paign for Gaii0way Memorial Hospital, fused profitable business. by the Columbia Presbytery, U. S. A.: , The point of Mr. Wilkes' whole con-'"To the Rev. A. E. Clement and the REJOICE OVER SUCCESS HOSPITAL PRESBYTERY EXTENDS CONGRAT ULATIONS TO GALLOWAY MEMORIAL CAMPAIGN. Helping a Great County Get Ready for Easter and the Graduating Exercises A Beautiful Collection of All The Hew Fashions and Fabrics Required Busy days, these, a great city and a great county getting ready for Easter and Graduating Ex ercises. Many mothers whose daughters take part in the exercises of old Maury's Great Schools, will select all the finery needed from our large stocks, knowing our ability and desire to help and serve them. Many will buy ready-made costumes rrom our assorimem of uiincuve siyies, whilefothers will select materials here from a stock of "white" unrivaled in this section. But all ,m k,.w ariw Our corns of exDerienced salesladies are ready and willing to assist you injevery WW III WMH J waylpossible. Command them. Retresn your seir wun ine sigm 01 me new r-amw.ia nu juries as.shown at this store. Special Showing Graduation of An unsually large and well sel ected stocks of Graduating Dresses awaits your inspection in ihe ready to wear section of this store. Special at $5.90 Our special lot of fire white em broideried Dresses, suitable for graduatirg Dress. Well made, ex tremely stylish and for value is without equal. $5.90 each Other handsome Gowns in white suitable for the exercises at $12.50 to $25 omen's Suits Character Quality Value Expressed Suits that will convince a critic, as to value so very unusual, so effective, strike anywhere you please, in the stock to prove them at each price there is a value, at each price there is a beauty that will convince a skep tic. As usual we lead in Fashions. 9.90 13.90 18.90 24.90 Blouses of Irresistable Charm One lot of white & colored blouses . embroideried & lace trimmed, $1.00 each Special lot of white and colored Crepo de Chine Blouses, a won derful value, at $2.50 each Beautiful White Dress Fabrics for Commencement Dresses Sheer white Organdie for graduating 25c 35c 50c 75c 25c 35c 50c Dresses at. White Mercerized Batiste Sheer Crispe ITp QRf Lawns Lij to JuU Sheer white 36 inch Voile White Dotted Swiss at White Dotted Crepe at All Over White Nets and Laces. Beautiful White Lace Flouncing, with narrow Lace to match. One special lot of 27 inchNet Top Lace One special lot of 27 inch Or- tfl fjft gandie and Voile Flouncing. . J ,UU One lot of 40 inch Organdie Flouncing 25c , 50c 25c $1.00 59c $1.50 If the Corsets Vou Ire rjearini TINGr THOMSO rOLOVE-FIT Vi GRAND DUCHt. Are not really comfortable it is because the makers lack the years of Thomson's "Glove-Fitting" experience to guide them through extremes of fashion mere pronounced than those of today. THE FAMOUS Thomson's "Glove-Fitting" Corsets SI lo $5 Free Corset Fitting Our corset department is now in charge of av experienced saleslady who will fit absolutely free all corsets where the price is $2.00 or more. Models are correct in style and surpassingly comfortable . Some Special Things for for Graduating Presents 50c 41.50 25c w $5.00 White Silk Hose . White Pans at White Silk and Kid Gloves. Crepe de Chine and Comesole Cor set Covers. White Slippers and Oxfords White and colored Parasols. Ladies, Get Your Feet Ready fo Easter Sunday Wp have the largest stock of Slms and Pumps in town and three compe tent rijen to see that you getthp rirht pair of Shoes to fit your feet and your pocket book. Ladies', Men's & Doy's Spring and Summer VeightKnit Underwear -IOC One lot Ladies' Knit Vests, all sizes One lot Ladies Knit Vests QC all sizs, 2 for Luu Ladies' Mercerized Silk finishpd Vests.. 25c Union Suits 25c 35c 50c Boys' and Men's Summer Underwear. One lot of Boys' and Men's Check Muslin Shirts OCp and Drawers &uu One lot Boys' "and Men's Cft Cr eck Muslin Union SuitsOUlf All the new things y Boys' and Men's B. V. D. and Bal briggan Underwear. Special Things in Men's Easter Wear .79c $1.00 One lot of Men's Wash Ties One lot of Men's fancy Silk Ties; One lot of Men's Color ored Madras Shirts . One lot Men's Colored and White Sport Shirts, One lot of Men's Colored Mad ras Shirts and Sport Shirts 10c 25c 50c All the new thirgs in Man Shirts $1.50 to $3.50 Men's famous Kaiser Silk Cfl Ties, beautiful patterns. JUu All the new thincrs in Men's shoes ... $3.00 to $6.50 Some Special Things in Ladies' Silk and Mus lin Underwear One lot of Ladies' Teddies, beautifully trimmed at . $1.00 ...50c! .$2.50 1 1 management of the Galloway Me- .ifs I mortal Hospital, Nashville, Tenn.: J , ''The .Presbytery of Columbia, of the Mail Orders Filled Very careful and prompt attention to ail mail orders. One lot of Teddies at One lot of Crepe de Chine Teddies.. .... New things in Muslins and Crepe de Chine Corset Covers. $ Some Special Things in Men $ and Ladies Hose $ One lot of Ladies black Lisle Hose, with linen heel QC and toes, Saturday ZGl Ladies' Fibre Silk Hose Crt- all colors -JUu Ladies' Gordon Dyed (T1 flfl Silk Hose, all colors.. J I .UU Dnp Int. rf Af.L.'o p;i c;ii A ,v v Lt:u I lull ' ' ' 1 " 1 jr Sox, all colors a d guar OCn 6 1 teed Z3C! IF Columbia, Tennessee. YOU SEE IT IN OUR AD ITS SO. jtrlbution is lost when It Is remem bered that the county court of Maury county has not and does not. dispose Presbyterian Church, TJ. S. A., now In A a single dollar of printing or adver- session In Columbia, Tenn., wish to , ... -.T.,., ..1- l nvtoTirl tn vftn mir most heartv con- vS) theTelbc thereof have ever gratulation, for the abundant succe QMWH!HMH!fW nor that has crowned your efforts In be-, - ought to mtiuence me ornciaiS 01 Maury faalf Qf the Galloway Memorial Hos- -county to give one dollar of patronage pltal. Wa feei that lt ls a great con. 0 1 IMfl A V OOUflfll Q - OUIIUHI OUIIUULU SaveTickets Magazine Subscriptions absolutely Free - Ask about tickets to The Herald and this paper here and trlbutlon to Christianity in the allevia- now challenges Mr. Wilkes to obtain on of human suffering, and we com- , , ,,, mend the action of your church In the testimony of any official of Maury a thlg worb All that "Yours very cordially, "E. L. ORR, Stated Clerk." TEN WORDS. county that such ls the fact. the county court does Is to see that Mis for printing are properly audited nd appropriate the money for their imment. No man can truthfully say ... A man met an elderly maiden In a that bills presented by this paper nearby town 0n his return home he have received any different treatment wrote asking her to marry him and than that accorded bills from any oth- requesting an answer by telegraph, er publisher 0n receivJnS the letter the lady rushed . . . ' , . T . . . . to the telegraph office. An lnjustioe is done Judge McKnight TT . . . . . . . J "How much does It cost to send a Jn the statement that he has paid The teegramr 8he demanded. "Tfirald a large sum. In fact, Judt "Twenty-five cents for 10 words," McKnight pays no bills; they are paid answered the operator. This was the answer her suitor re- m DISTRICT MEET 01 APRIL THE 29 ANNUAL CONVENTION WILL BE HELD WITH THE HOPE WELL CHURCH. I byterian church on next Saturday, Rev. W. A. Van Zile will conduct the ! April 29. The meeting will last all devotional exercises. day and dinner will be served on the Rev. John R. Edwards will then de grounds. This district has one of the liver an address, which will be fol best organizations in the county and lowed by a round table, its conventions are always well attend-1 Pledges for state and county work ed. John W. Matthews is president of will be taken, committees will report ana the next place of meeting will j The following program has been ar ranged: GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS, then be chosen. Convention convenes at 10:30 o'clock with devotional services by Dr. W. A. Blades, pastor of the church. THE PROGRAM IS ANNOUNCED w by the taxpayers of Maury county. Judge McKnight controls or places the orders for only a small proportion of -he county printing. During his ad- celved: Tes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Tea, Tea, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes." Subscribe for The Herald. The president, Jno. W. Matthews, . ill then deliver his annual address. 1 At 11:15 o'clock, Rev. J. C. Molloy, Dr. J. C. Molloy, of Columbia, Will of Columbla Bpeak on Tne QhM Discuss "The Child and the Church" and thfl Cnnrcn Number of Other Addresses Will Be Delivered. After thls ad,lres8 tnere wM be an adjournment for dinner, which will be Sunday schools of the Sixth district 8erTed the V00?1 of the community will hold their annual convention at on the pounds. Hopewell Associated Reformed Pres-' uPn reconvening at 1:30 o'clock. TOTAL LOSS. "I can never be yours. Here are your presents." "All very fine. But who's going to return all those cigars I bought your father and all those quarters I gave your little brother?" At cigarettes girls sonienmes po"' I recognize this truly. But I can bear this wdl enough Nor deem them too unruly. It will be time for nv :o fret And be a hopeless cto'MT When giddy girls to'-: r 2et And give a public s'l-cker. IN BAD. "Nobody likes the umpire." "It's the logical result of trying to be strictly neutral." A POLITE EXPLANATION tire!1 the . ,nrflll "Say, your kid nearly u .. x , n t ie skuu. He Birucii wc v a brick." mi,uK "You were torpedoci m r The missile was intends! ro hia little nlavmates. 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