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Co.olcin J)embn-' stratum Tuesday, Nov. 4 Through The Week Including Saturday. Free set Aluminum with each Monarch Range sold this week. ' Now invite everybody. Come and see this wonderful Range and the best Kitchen Cabinet made. THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 4 PAGE THREK MERCHANTS ARE CITED HERE FOR TAX ASSESSMENT STATE REVENUE AGENT ORMES INSTITUTES PROCEEDINGS AGAINST DEALERS, jThelStay SaLtlsfactory"R&6 ft. (Satterfield en 1 'in ' nv r LIFT OFF CORNS! Apply few drops then lift sore,'" touchy corns off with ,f . fincers ' CORD AL 1 1 OP HERALD IS GIVEN BY THE PRODUCERS -1 FARMERS ; APPRECIATE THE ' FACT THAT IT STANDS FOR " 1 , JUSTICE TO THEM. IS REDUCING OUR PRODUCTION Vytl Be the Inevitable Result of the ..Present Policy of the Government ., .According to Testimony of Well Known Farmer of Santa Fe. .ii-.' From the Doesn't. hurt a bit! Drop a little Fieezon8 011 an chiitg corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift it right out. Yes, magic! A tinty bottle of Kreezorie costs but a few cents nt any drug .store, but is sufficient to rr-iriovo every hard corrt, Boft corn, or corn between thO' toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation. Freozone is the sensational discov ery of a Cincinnati genius. It is won derful. (advt.) 1 COL. HUGHES MAY , SPEND WINTER HERE ,v- f 1. W: N. Hughes, of the United S;es army, was "cere Thursday ming; 'llng with friends. It is not improba ble that Col. Hughes will spend the winter in Columbia although his plans have not yet been deflntely made. 3Irs. Hughes is visit insfVer 'grand children in the West for the present. .0 aspirin! roR i.coute , Name "Bayr"'is bnGenuina . Aspirin say ftiyer number of letters and statements that The Herald is receiv ing commending its stand for justice to the producer, the following from Mr. Delk- is ' selected because it is one of the best expressions and embodies in it the; substnnce of what others Siiy in a -different Way: To the Kditor of The Herald. I just finished your ar ticle in Tuesday's Herald on "Cost uf Living Meeting." I want to express my appreciation of net only this ar ticle, but many others from your pen in defense of, not so much the fanners but of justice and equal rights to all. It seems to me the farmers of this government have been the most pa tient class of the same. Since l!)l 1 they have received one knock after another without a mur mur. They thought it a duty and performed it as a duty. It lixed a minimum price on our wheat at about half what supply ami demand Would have fixed, and that proved to be the maximum.- Now. j just when the farmers were ready to market thoir hogs ami cattle which were made' with high priced labor,! high feed, high taxes and hih ma-l chinery. They touch a button and, sway gees not only his profit but in I many instances his necessities,' such j as shoes, clothing and other t.migsi that he is justly due. I know men ! who are selling sows, cow3 and lr.'if-j crs they "had planned to keep and Corns 'Tween Toes? Use Easy "Gets It" Any Com or Callus Comes Off Peace fully, Gloriously. Never Fails. . It Is easy for "Gets-It" to reach "hard-to-get-at" corns, and better yet. It is easy to remove them, be cause "Gets-It" makes them com Any Corn Pceli Off With "CeU-It." MAKE AN ADJUSTMENT Also Possible That Litigation May Follow Effort to Re-AsseSs Stocks of Goods Attorneys Have Matter Under Advisement. Practically all of the leuding nier chants of Columbia were cited before County Court Clerk Arch W. Lips comb on Saturday for ro-asscssment of their privilege and advalorem tax is. The proceedings were instituted by Lcnnie Ormes, state reveiue agent for Middle Tennessee, who is reprc sented by bis attorneys, William J Towler and Thomas H. Peebles. It is the insistence of the state rev enue agent that the merchants of Co lumbia are not paying on anything like the value of the stocks that are carried, that the valuations of stocks among the merchants are not equaliz ed, that Is' that some are paying on a large stock in proportion to the amount that is actually carried thaa others and that these assessments should.be more nearly equalized. ' It was agreed Saturday between the attorneys for the revenue agent and the counsel for the merchants that there should be a conference and if possible a basis for settlement be agreed upon. There is doubt express ed by the counsel for some of the merchants of . the power of the clerk to go behind the adjustments that have heretofore been made and it has been suggested that some of the merchants may institute legal pro- ceednigs to stop the assessment. - , However, these are all matters for adjustment between counsel and it is hoped that a basis for equalizing the assessments may tie reached jind set tlements made without any litigation. FIRST FAIR. AT LYNNVILLE IS GREAT SUCCESS IMMENSE CROWD SEES AN EX CEPTIONALLY FINE EXHIB IT OF PRODUCTS. NASTY COLDS ARE AT ONC E Ml UH Ml 1 rlrht Aft IllSt n hnfi-ini nel You can, tryato (Jisr or xteasr aat yovrte tX tumu wnn a Kline, or slice them with a "bkMvty" razor; or use ban dages and tape and wrap up your toe into a packnse, but that's the "treat-'em-rouBh," painful, foolish, way. Use 2 or 3 droprf of "Gets-It ' that's tho peaceful, sure, common sense way that ncyef fail;M ,;YoU reach the corn easily with 1M tittle frlass rod in tho cork of every "Gets-It" bottle. It docs not hurt the true llesh. Try it, trot and emllo! It's a blessing;, never falls. "Gets-It," the only sure', puaranteed. money-back corn-remover, coKts but a trifle at any drutj store. M'f'd by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. shows that the only end to this tink ering will be a defeat of the ends aimed at. Their efforts will have a rebound, the government will be forc ed to take over the farms and that might turn out like our railroads, and I am riTMiaded worse. Srnie day tho farmer is going to cease being "led like a lamb to the slaughter," and command in a mild but convincing way his own rights as the producers of the staif of physical life. The fanner is the foundation of this or any other sovtrmuent and that is ir new thought to t:iose higher up. j They presume or? the ignorance or i lack cf energy to move in self-defense !r va; as one ut "The Solid South."! The linker:; who can't he satisfied.! i but who vote in a unit, are responsl-j ble for this and ujton their head ought ' to fall tho blame and inconvenience! Pape's Cold Compound" then breaks up a cold in a few hours Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blow ing and snuffling! A dose of "Pape's Cold Compound" taken every two hour3 until three doses are taken us ually breaks up a severe cold and ends all grippe misery. The very first dose open's your clogged-up nostrils and the air pass ages of the head; stops nose running; relieves the headache, dullness, fev- erishness, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. "Pape's Cold Compound" is. the quickest, surest relief known and costs only a few cents at drug stores. It acts without assistance, tastes ni'ce, contains no quinine Insist upon l'ape s (Advt.) 3 ., a. - - Constantinople boasts of more dogs than any.bther city. The dogs are the common property of the city and are maintained at public expense be cause of their valuable work as scav- engt-rsr " - - - The mills of the United States ev ery year export more flour than all the rest of the mills of the world produce. "KILL-JOYS" Constipation, Headache, Colds, Biliousness ended with "Cascarets" Nothing takes the joy out of life quicker than a disordered liver or waste-clogged , bowels. Don't stay sick, bilious, headachy, constipated. Remove the liver and bowel poison which is keeping your head dizzy, your tongue coated, your breath bad and stomach sour. Why not spend a few cents for a box of Cascarets and enjoy the nicest, gentlest laxative-cathartic you ever experienced? Cascarets never gripe, sicken or in convenience one like Salts. Oil, Calo mel or harsh pills. They work while you sleep. (Advt.) 5 cf the same and not upon tho patient, from, scmeare fclving away pigs from patiion;1 Tanners who simply want to good sows. ( which is equivalent tojl''e H11 ''' ''vt'- killing the'hil which liionns a reduction i 'ii'-iW yon cr.re tr publish this or. ii 'production. r ! an? T"tl. you pro at liberty, hoping .Many Tipier ol thir- section nm you wii! continue your fight and enlist not sowing any wheat and none are ! others. I am. Yours truly (A Reader) D. M. DELK. Vaccinate Your Hogs Bl'Y SKRt'M dlrl from Mnnfcftinr and antiml of a fresh and reliable pmduot. V. 8. Vfteiinary Lloeiwe Ko. 114. I'rice li ccnt t. c. Virus frc. s WHITE 1 1 HUH COMPANY. Lone Diat. Winn Main 'J.t ?'ahvill. Tenn Write lor Literature. . HAYE A SPLENDID PROGRAM Music, Addresses, Dinner, Basket and Football Games During Day That Proves Source of Great Profit to All Who' Were Present. Although the first attempt the com munity fair at Lynnville on Saturday was from every standpoint a great success and insures the permanency of the institution. So well pleased were the promoters of the fair that already plans are being discussed for an even better one next year. The exhibits of all . departments were exceptionally large and credita ble. The crowd was an unusuully large one, indicating great popular in terest and support of the movement. People came from all around ' the district of which Lynnville is the cen ter. They brought their hogs, beef cattle, milk cows, corn and .other farm products. The women as usual on such occasions had tho largest exhib its. Tho exercises . were held In the Jones High School and a beautiful musical program was rendered by the pupils of the school. Prof Welns, the agricultural instructor of the high school, was the master of cere monies, j. Addresses were v made by Dr. F. M. McRae, commissioner of agriculture of the stato, and J. I. Finney, editor of The Herald. . Dr, McRae discussed the agricultural problems of Tennes see and declared that he had one in terest to serve while commissioner and that was the farmers' welfare of the state. Mr. Finney spoke on the problems that confront the farmers of the na tion now as the result of the demand for cheaper food although those who are demanding cheaper food have never intimated that they wanted to make the price of anything else cheaper. "He protested against ; the farmers being crushed between the upper and nether millstones of labor 'aftrtf tifpftal? ffi 'conclusion he appeal ed for a rededication to the principals of the American republic. He made a spirited attack on socialism and de nounced the labor organzatlons which had attempted to usurp the functions of the government of the fathers. After the exercises dinner was serv ed by the women of the Methodist and Presbyterian churches. The crowd then examined the ex hibits for an hour and were again en tertained with a football and a bas ket ball game. The exhibit of corn was one of the finest ever show in Tennessee. There have been much larger exhibits, but it is doubtful if one has ever been seen where the proportion of poor corn was so small. The chicken exhibits embraced 'the finest specimens of a half dozen popu lar breeds. Both Hereford and Short horn cattle were shown and several beautiful Jerseys contended for first honors. The, hog exhibits embraced both Duroc Jerseys' and Poland Chi nas.. Several classy pairs of mules valued at from 800 a pair upwards were shown. j j It was in the woman'B department that one met sights that will long remain a delight to the, eye, ' The showing of cakes, preserves, -'jellies, canned fruits and canned ' vegeta bles, light bread and otheevidences of woman's complete mastery of the culinary arts, would have done credit to a state fair. The needle work dis play Is also worthy of , special men tion. ' ' ' WE HAVE THOSE SHOES YOU NEED Asm? pORK SHOES J UiJ SHOES ARE A STRONG LINE WITH US. WHEN WE SELL YOU WORK SHOES THEY FEELGOOD AND LAST LONG.' OUR DRESS SHOES FOR MEN FIT SNUG AND MAKE THE FOOT LOOK NEAT AND TRIM, WHEN YOU NEED SHOES r"b "EUERY DAY AND SUNDAY. TOO' COME TO US AND WE WILL SHOE YOU RIGHT. " ' WE TRIM OUR PRICES DOWN LOW. BUT WE KEEP THE QUALITY UP. Bogatzky & Bauman, WEST ZTH STREET. I III II I II IS ALL FALLING OUT Hurry! Let "Danderine" save hair and double Its beauty your COMPULSORY ACT OF THE 'LAST " LEGISLATURE CONSTRUED BY ATTORNEY GENERAL. i i WILL ADD T0 ATTENDANCE i-4 Same Rule Is Applied That Provost Marshal Used in Construction of il i iii i lPn fPcl5Gyvc ujnii vpinign Will Govern Here. To stop falling hair at once and rid the scalp, of every i particle of dand ruff, get a small bottle of delightful "Danderine" at any drug or toilet counter for a few cents, pour a little in your hand and rub it into the scalp. After several applications the hair usually stops coming out and you can't find any dandruff. Help your hair grow long, thick and strong and become soft, glossy and abundant. (Advt.) I GONFEDERA E VE ERANS REALTY TRANSFERS KEEP REGISTER RUSY InsM on 'Ttaycr Tablet. of Aepirln" . Rovinjc mere than far bread and wed TV in a "Baver rack.i"p. conUininz pronet i another vnr;' 1 don t tank st a re directions or CoMs... Tain. Headache,. sMt a si;,fl of n revoli, but due tj; Neura'jria. J.umo.igo, and Rneumatwm. . tii. ,!, . t Kame -Bayer- mean penninc' Aspirin J n hl.uh labor, iracfrtmnty of rrecr.bed by phywieian for iniwtw cmy ana rnwimwn ihwhiir w.in yrir. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablet f prrp, n.. the government' Thev nr.? hcidetter cf SalicTlicacil a Vnock hut a record of fads, which Santa Fe. Uct. 2'. Sweden v.ns the firft country to re cognize the equality of sons and riaf htors in, RMtet of1nhetftIng! prrprty. ' I B. F. WATKINS PRACTICAL TINNER Job Work a Specialty Bell phone 177. . CItixens' phone 123 Iron tnd Cornice Werkv StMm i Fid lint Water Meat in '8ANITARf Pl'JMBINQ. MORE DEEDS REGISTERED IN PA8T TWO MONTHS THAN IN SAME LENGTH OF TIME. During the past two months Regis ter J. J. Pogue has done about the biggest business ever known in the same length of time In the history of the register's office. Already this month nearly 130 deeds hate been i registered and an even better record ! than that was made in September. It keeps Mr. Pogue and his deputy pret ty well occupied to keep up with the work. There has never been such activity in real estate, both city and county, as theer has been this year. Property Is changing hands that has not been conveyed before in many years. The purchase of considerable property by phosphate corporations has been responsible for the record ing of many -very old deeds. These companies require perfeit abstracts and these cannot be made until all of the title papers are of record. Two new Portland cement fartorip are building at Kawaasakl and Hok kffln. Jn. st a rnt of t? 000 fiOO. WILL BE DINNER GUESTS U. D. C. CHAPTERS PREPARING FOR OCCASION ON FIRST MON DAY IN NOVEMBER. Joint committees of the Maury and Winnie Davis chapters, United Daugh ters of the Confederacy, will on Tues day and Wednesday of next week be gin the solicitation and collection of contributions of food for the big din ner they ai-e to serve on the first Monday in November at the garage of the Hardison Motor Co. They hope to be received with hearty contribu tions that will make the dinner an en tire success. Confederate veterans wearing the crosses of honor will be the guests of honor at tho dinner and no charge will be made for them. From the proceeds of tho dinner it is expected that a large) fund will be raised to be used in carrying on , the historical work of the Daughters, providing for needy veterans and widows of veter ans and for the personal care of vet erans in the Old Soldiers' home. Realizing the numerous demands that were being made on the public during the past two years the local chapters of the U. D. C. refrained from making any appeal for funds during that time. But they now feel that 1t is necessary to tako some steps to increase the funds available for the noble work they are doing. MUST ATTEND SCHOOL UNTIL 17TH BIRTHDAY ORSES'FEETGOESTHRO OTTEN PLANK IN Rl GH GE Jonas E. Thomas, of Culleoka had a very narrow escape from serious in jury on Sunday afternoon while cross ing the bridge over Johnson's Branch. He was riding horseback. The front feet of his horse struck a rotten plank In the bridge and bot'j went through. Mf. Thomas wus . almost thrown acros the rail of the bridge and into the creek. In "some miracnloiis way the horse did not break hie leg" end was able to ifpt ott'wlttt two Tiailly bruised and scarred legs. Under the opinion of Attorney Gen eral Frank M. Thompson rendered to State Superintendent of Public In struction Albert S.' Williams, children must attend school until they have attained their seventeenth birthday under the compulsory act passed by the last legislature. The question was raised by the school authorities of Rhea county, it being insisted by many that the act simply required attendance up to the sixteenth year. The act provides that children between the ages of seven and sixteen, inclusive, must attend school. . This left the question open to considerable doubt. Reasoning from the decision of tho provost mar shal in the construction of the selec tive draft act, the opinion of the attor ney general of the state is sound. The selective draft act as originally pass ed included all between the ages ot twenty and thirty -one inclusive. Un der this act, all, who had not attained, their thirty-second birthday on the date of registration were required to . register. . '.. . f ; -, The construction given the com pulsory schofcl, law by the attorney general of the'; state. It Is expected, will add very largely to the school at tendance for la many counties the law had been construed simply to go to the sixteenth birthday. The local school authorities will be governed by the attorney general's opinion. ANNOUNCEMENTS TAX ASSESSOR. WEBB WILLIAMS The Herald i authorized to announce Webb Wil liams as a candidate for re-election as Tax Assessor of Maury county, subject to the action of the demo cratic party. dftw BISHOP OF PANAMA ' KNOWN IN COLUMBIA THE REV. JAME3 CRAIK MORRIS IS COUSIN OF MRS. A. E. SHELDON OF THIS CITY. The Rev. James Craik Morris, re cently elected Bishop of Panama by the Protestant Episcopal church gen eral convention nt Detroit, was for merly rector of Grace church, Mem phis, and is a cousin of Mrs. A. E. Sheldon of Columbia. Recently he has been rector of a church at Madi son, Wisconsin. Bishop Morris has visited In Co lumbia and has a number of friends here. Tanama Is a missionary dlo-c-e of the Protetnt Episcopal . chnrch.