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"Where Ever.ijbodjgf Shops"!
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Four More Days-It will he a
Very Busy Period at thd
MilKttl
r3 A ' "ITS!
SALE
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ytf LOTS WOMEN'S NEW SUITS in the
fdbti ; i fvhi.JVwrv7Pi?.Q4 P-ir V.Q4 r:r. '. af
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30.00 and $35.00 ,iS , - - .
40.00 anamOOSmri y A
?50100 and $55.00
J60.00 and $75.00
SUITS at.
SUITS at..
$24.45
$34.45
$39.95"
$49.95
0 : 'Tpi3' included that every woman is assur- - f . J
S' Jl 83 JrY eJ a perfect becoming garment, ma- ffl"1, ff t
if ' tenuis oj Sitvertone, Serges, Trko- fV
tines, Broadcloth and Velours. f
We Say to Every
Person in Colum
bia and Surround
- ing Territory
The fact that we
bring this sale of new
seasonable goods to
a close Tues.,Oct. 28
ought to influence you
to visit this store in
the next 4 days and
purchase freely. It
is a great opportunity
Don't miss it.
CANEW SUITS ON ,$
OV SALE at.........
24.45-$34.95
In which some most extraordinary bargains are made possible by the
efforts of our New York Office. These Suits are just in and offer the
veryllatest in Suit Styles. c:
7,95
$10.00 and $12.50
Sweaters
't'vrrr;rr.
' wanted c6Wri.x A
New Georgette
Waists at. .
'Good quality. Flesh and
7 jwhite.' 7 V' T"
$3.48
One Lot of Wash
Waists at
98c
One Lot of y$2 00 and
S $2.50 Cor-I &Q
sets at $ '10
One Lot cf $1.00
Corsets at. : . .
49c
'Truly Wonderful Offering of Dress
es in this ANNIVERSARY SALE at
!9.95 '14.95 i 9-95
Materials of Serges and Satins. In
Models, Methods of Trimming and tit
these prices, they leave nothing to be
desired.
ANNIVERSARY SALE of Women's
Smart Coats at
. ir .?
mm
$24.95, $34.95,
$49.95
Beautifully developed in imported
Tweeds and Mixtures. Belted and
loose Models.
HA
H . . . - -j . i ,; , , . , t : j
10 'PefWent' Off On All Furs
: 111 1 J r-r- ! 7 : ;
Women's Buttoned Shoes,
' $3.98'
Carried over styles in kid
and patent kid with mat
tops, Cuban and Louis
heels.
Counter $10.00 Women's
Boots, $7.98
Military and French heels
in brown, Kiey and black
kid and calf, high, top loots,
all new lace styles.
Counter Men's Shoes,' $4.50
Patent and gun metal in
lace and button stylos.
$7.98
Counter
JlOOOMtn'a
Crossett Shoes . .
All leathers and lasts. ,
35c Outings at 25c
Offered in liht andvdark
patterns including solids in
all colors, ood weight.
36 Inch Domestic at 21c
Bleached and unbleached of
good quality, regular 35c
values.
Large Double Blankets at $4.45
In tan, blue and white
"plaids and solid color3,x
good weight and bound.
A Great Table of Remnants
At Far Below Regular Prices
PERSONALS.
a
Mies E3thcr Nichols, of Nashville,
spent the week-end as the guest of
Miss Sinna Kussell, of Spring hill.
- Collin Campbell, of Birmingham,
Ala., la the gucct of her sister, Mrs.
Henry Pointer, at her home in Spring
Hill.
Mrs. R. II. Clasett and baby and
Eister, Mi;is George VThite, of Jack-
aoii, are visiting Mrs. R. M. Clasett
at Ccntreville. ; .'
Major R. O. Ragsdale, who has been
visiting relatives here, left Saturday
to resume his duties with the U. S.
army post in Panama.
J.s C. Ellington has returned from
Georgia where he has been on busi
ness in the interest of the City
Mill & Grain Company.
Misses Mary Polk and Margaret
Lee, who are attending Pcabody Col
lege in Nashville, spent the week-end
at their home in Sphing Hill.
William Barker has returned from
Louisville where he nttened a meet
ing of the Southern Poultry Dealers'
Association. The association will
send representatives to Washington
to oppose a bill regulating their busi
ness introduced by Senator McKellar.
Mis Mary Mangrem spent Monday
in Nashville.
The
SOCIETY, ,
-Ring-Osteen. "
A marriage of much Interest to
friends 'was that of Miss Nellie Os
teon and Cecil Ring, which took place
last Friday afternoon - on the Bear
Creek pike. 'Squire A. L. Derryberry
officiated. The bride is a very popular
young lady and the groom was a mem
ber of the 111th artillery.
Kelten-Coopcr.
A marriage of much Interest was
that of Miss Juanita Cooper and
Floyd H. Kelton, Tuesday afternoon
at four thirty, at the Methodist
church of Mt. Pleasant. The bride
is the attractive daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Cooper of tha place.
After a short bridal trip the bride and
groom will, make their. home'at'Vjvlt.
Pleasant'.'' '' ' ' ' "
'Attfforrnal Dawfce' at Spring ""Hill; vf r
Mr8.i.BonjC... Davis savea most. de
lightful informal dance Friday night
t hr nw homd in hollar of heri
tor, Miss Louise Blakemore, and her
fVo&iff- MisVafyVoo(ffi?d, of'prng-'-
ficfd, Tenfl. A number Of out-of-tpwu
guests added to the pleasure of the
evening. The house yas tastefully
-decoratod for Jhe occasion and a deli
Hdlous ice course was served.
Card party' ":fv. ,v
"-Five hundreU' was th'game enjoyed
Monday evening at a card party given
by Mrs. Ben G. Davis at her home in
Spring Hill in honor of her guest.
Miss Mary Woodard, of Springfield.
The guests' were: Misses Alice Delk,
Mary Woodard and 'Sinna Russell;
Robert Russell, Lieut. Cranberry Mc
Meen and Allen Polk. Cut- flowers
were used for decorations and deli
cious' refreshments were served at
the close of the game.
m DEATHS AND FUNERALS.
i
YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OUR STORE
t William W. Johnson.
VvTilliaai W. Johnson, , age 70. died
last night at 7:30 at his residence
after an illne33 of six weeks. He had
been in feeble health for about two
years. He was a highly respected cit
isen, -and. prosperous . farmer. As a
membefvof the Christian church he
held the enteem of his congregation.
He io survived by his wife, who was
formerly , Miss Margaret Adkisson.
and three sons. W. M. Johnson, of
Memphis, A. N. and A. D. Johnson, of
Bear Creek. The funeral will be at
the residence Siyiday morning at 10
o'clock conducted by Elder J. A. Der
ryberry. Interment at Rose Hill cem
etery. Maury Undertaking Co. in
charge.
iPhoenix Naliona
CAPITAL
SURPLUS
UNDIVIDED: PROFITS
.if
IV
$125,000,09
$125,000-00
Qi9nno mm
:v.
We Solicit Your Business
E. E. McLEMORE, President
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W. A. DALt, Vice President
11, 0. FULTON, Cashier
HOBS STEADY Bill '
CATTLE AREtlOWER
(Dally Herald Oct.TJ?..).
After a slump of thlti week in
the' price of hogs the market was
steady today, tops selling at $12. This
This is a decline of f.11.23 from the
high point which is a break of nearly
50 per cent. This has all occurred
within less than three months, a re
cord without a precedent in the histo
ry of the hog industry. It'has entail
ed heavy losses on the fijaiuera who
have fed high priced coro and oilier
feed stuffs.
t The cattle iuarkc'r"has:r'lt the cf
fects of the severe fosses hogs and
was "lower 'today, .fflio demand is not
equal to the supply that lining rush
ed to the markets. v& '.- .' :
') l'rim fofijWn'-ioV have de
clj nod Jh r, . wegk, j) ifijuk. Jra n being
quoted at $45, a decline of $5' a ton.
Shorts are $3 lower! ' n, i
Th'corn marke't .' Is'Vtcady ; and
"fa-Tees' of ' egsahVl''fJoiff(ry' ctinttnuo
firm. : ' ' ' .
"WONDERFUL" SAYS
mm-mi i.
WAS SO RUN DOWN AT TIMES
SHE COULDN'T WALK CAINS
TWENTY POUNDS.
The gigantic wall which the Dutch
are building across the entrance to
the Zuyden Zee will lie eighteen miles
long and 230 feet wide at sea level. ,
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE
LOUISVILLE LIVE STOCK ' '
..... MARKET, , '
Ct'y the Bourbon stock Journal.)
ypoclal to Tbe'J.lcrald. , , - i!
i; LOUISVILLE, ,Ky.. Oct -23.' Cattle
were. slow and , prices lower" today.
The hog market held steady today for
the first time this week.
Cattle Receipts, 500 hea,d; market
Lteady. Market slow on. all grades
and prices lower. , '
Hogs Receipts, 3,200 head, market
steady, quotations unchanged,' tops,
165 lbs. and up ?12; lightl;126 lbs. to
1G5 lbl;. $11.25; pigs $10.75 1 throwouts
$!).5C. ,.,,
Sheep and , lambs Receipts' 109
head, market steady, sheep Oti; lambs
CI.!. '
'M"l....t,....Wl"t""""""l
"FIDDLE-FIT"
Keep Liver and Bowels
Clean and Active ;
with"Cascarets"
i
i
&h:k neadaclK!, biliousness, coated
tongue, sour, gassy stomach always
trace thi's to torpid Nver; delayed,
fermenting f'od in the bowels., ... .
Poisonous matter clogged in the in
testines, instead of being cast out of
fie system is re-absorbed into the
blood. When this poison reaches the
doli''ato brain tissue it causes con
gestion and that dull, throbbing1; Sick
ening headache, y
Cascarets immediately cleanse the
stomach, remove the sour, undigested
food and foul gases, take the excess
bile from the liver and carry out all
the constipated waste matter and poi
sons in the bowel3.
A Cascaret tonight will have you
feeling clear, rosy and as fit ai a
fiddle by morning. They work while
vou sleep. (Advt.) 4
FROM TAKIN6GREAT TAN LAG
"Had It Not Been for Others Having
The News Published I Wo:;IU Not
Have Known of the Wond:rful
Medicine."
Mrs. Mal tie ' KirkJuul, . a hi ;hly
esteeined, resident pf,,,,i'547 I'.euton
.Boulevard, ,,Iuiiis;!S ,,(Jity Missouri,
called Vt.tiioliO)vJ,),ru;ri pne, recent
ly, ud. madp .the .fi'ijlible stato
mojit tjja.t ,n)t . liHi . iiwi!y gained
twenty,. ijoupU.i, U ;Wci;:! ,ly t':e use
,9f,)se;e.u(,Jiot(fU'Sl.of Tjiajac, but that
the incdi;iuq ,. has ilijjt. .JTi) ieved her
ofl(a ease,, of. ,nerius,;ind;estion that
bad. made ,HCo..miiiCiru)k'-itr her for
.threw years. .. , .i; ,: ,4fir. '
. When asked if she twould be willing
foV iber, stattinento.bw-.pulili.shed, Mrs.
, Kirkliiiid .sakh, i,j i i ; T"
i Vojp,! indeed, ioriit. it t hail not been
for.othovb altowlRgithe,!iie-ws of their
recovery published il:;would not have
kuown about-Tunlai;-, and would still
be a sick- woman. I feel that I
ought to make a statement myself
and try to benefit someone elso.
During . those three years everythirv'
I ate disagreed will me. My appetite
was ho poor that I seldom felt' lilt,
eating and 1 would suffer for hour 5
niter every meal from the gas on m;
stomach. My head ached all lb"
time, and I often got $o nervous an
dizzy that I would have to lay dow
I lout weight until I gotidown to on"
ouu-iiiuudrud and ten - pounds and n;
housework was a burden to me. ;
was oo run down and weak that T
could act walk at tiniest and whil?
used most everything I heard of noi. :
ing did me any good, v
! ''L rend ho 'many testimonials f
Tanlac given liymii'. own Mansas C''
peoph? and their bKtlinents sounr!
so. -sincere, that 1 nmdif up my nr.:
tO-t'r.M'tlio medicine1 ;inyself. So
bought a bottle and rtvlieu 1 finlnl
taking it tliere wa's such n wonde
change 1n ny condition t hut 1
another, then another, and so on
til now I have used ;seven UotUes -the
results have been nothing ' 1
than wonderful. 1 can eat jus.t
thing' without the leant trouble a
wards and my appet ite was n -better.
My nerves are perfectly i
and I sleep every night just 1 II
child. In fact, 1 am feeling as st
and well as I did before my tro;
started, three years ago, and I
actually gained twenty pound
weight. I now know for myseii
Tanlac is wonderful and 1 ean't r
it. too highly or what it has doi
me." f. . x
All druggists sell Tanlac. t
i
Name "Bayer" is on Genuin
Aspirin say Bayer
HEATER
THE
Insist on "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
in a "Bayer package," containing proper
directions . for Headache, Colds, Pain,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheumatism.
Hme "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin
prescribed by physicians or nineteen
years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets
cost few cents. Aspirin m trade mark
of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetitf
cidester of Salkjlicacii J
USE A WILS0H HOT BLAST HEATER
:jj And you will have no more troubles heating yot :
S home. You will save fuel and labor. Let us pt ;
S one of these Wilson Hot Blast Heaters in yot
iihome. We have them up and ready for your ir.
&. spection at our store. Come and see.
Columbia Hardware & Furniture Co

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