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'F'--' -. THE COLUMBIA HERAT. f?TTnAV' iiTrrPMRrp' ofi - - - . -
n s
H I f Whore Evorjjbodij Shops!!
We take this opportunity
to extend to our friends the
season's greetings and wish
you every happiness and
prosperity during the com
ing year.
We thank you for your
liberal patronage that has
made it possible for us to
enjoy a splendid holiday
business in fact the best
business throughout the
year, we have ever eDjoyed.
rVe wish you a. Merry, s
Merry Christmas ; h I U.
i i 'i.-;r i -HARR.IET B. HARDIN, Editor. t. j
rM,.City Federation Women's Club.- a beautiful home affair impressive in
.- ,-A very live , meeting of the Council its simplicity. The .wedding -music
of the City Federation met this morn- was one of the - most attractive fea-
ing, Mrs. Sharp presiding, a much im tures, Miss Maude' McKibbon presid
. , . portant business was, transacted. . iag at the organ and vocal solos. being
?Jjl4KP4&r4&On Uforehkmn . -of-- rendered by Miss Bettio Orr and Ed-
the hospitality of the Junior Order win Smith. The beautiful ritual of
was voted." ' ' ' " ' the Mehodist- church was used, Dr.
' "A' 'vigorous 'protest against"any lax- .11. M. Cheuault,- of. South Qolumbia,'
?' "ity of Sunday laws was' voted and the officiating.-:. .?-;.,
secretary was ' instructed to ' write a Mr. and Mrs. W'risht's popularity
petiton to the Mayor. and Aldermen was attested by the 'numerous and
urging them to enforce the proper costly presents that they received:
laws for Sabbath keeping.' Theywill reside in Lebanon, where
: Mr. Wright is a professor in Castle
Stewart- Thomas. . Heights Military School. He served
The marriage of Mrs. Mary Lanius with credit in the A. E. F.
Thomas to Ollie T. Stewartwhich oc- The bride is one of the most popu-
curred in Nashville at 5 o'clock Satur- lar young ladies of the Culeoka sec-
' day, came as a surprise to their many tion. She has exceptional histrion-
f riends. The bride and groom, accom- ic talents and has generously used
1 panied by only a few friends, drove to them for the promotion of all good
the study of Rev. Hudgens on Edge- causes. She has been active in church
wood avenue where the ceremony was. and school work and has endeared
Rid. Mrs. Stewart, who is the daugh- herself to an exceptionally wide ch
.ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lanius, of. cle of trlenus. me nappy coupie en
ter their new relation with the, best
Tennessee to spend the holidays with
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Emmett An
derson. Mrs. John P. Stephens, of Hamp
shire, was here today.
Miss Claire O'Neal Is home from
Pulaski for the, holidays.
Mrs. Allen Campbell, of Spring Hill,
is in Columbia today shopping.
William Burns will return from the
University of Tennessee today.
Mrs. Grover Cleveland English, of
Mt. Pleasant, wag here shopping Fri
day .
Mrs. J. p. Wllkins Is visiting her
son and daughter,' Mrs. Ashby Wil
kins. ,
Berry D. Joyce is here from the Uni
versity of Alabamafor the Christmas i
holidays. ,
Joseph L. Hutton came up from
Memphis to spend the holidays with
his family. .
Mr. R. H. Gordon, Jr., of New York
City is pending a few days with Dr.
and Mrs. Paul Faucett.
Mrs. Will Ruttle and daughter, Miss
Minnie Mai Ruttle, of Boston, Mass.,
are visiting Mrs. Ashby Wilkins.
Miss Elizabeth Embry left this
morning for Nashville, after a visit to
her grandmother, Mrs. W. S. Embry.
Miss Ladye Love Evins returned to
her home at Culleoka today from Van
derbilt University to spend the noli
Miss Mary Polk, of Spring Hill, who
is attending school in Nashville, will
arrive at home today to spend the
Christmas holidays. ;. ..
Miss Mary Wilfics McKinney, who
is a student in the Deverell School in
New York arrived in Nashvifje last
night enroute to Columbia, where she
will spend the Christmas holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs'iR. L.
McKinney. r
Misses . Isabelle and Theo Vaughan
Will return from Washington . City,
where they have been attending
Chevy Chase School, for the holidays.
Miss Louise Roberts will return to
day from the University of Tennessee
to spend the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Roberts.
Miss Josephine Hutton who is at
tending Vassar College will return
Sunday to spend the holidays. She
will have as her guest Miss Kather
ine Peck of Scranton, Pa."
Miss Lucille Joyce will leave Tues
day morning for her home In Tusca
loosa, Ala.
Col. Joseph Lawsop Jiuttpri came up
from Memphis, Saturday to be with;
Columbia, has for the past two years
inado her home 'p. Nashville, where by
her charming personality she has
made- many friends as well as in Co
lumbia. ,b
Mr. --Stewart is? a former . Maury
eountian, but for the past 'yar has
made his home in Texas. Ho return
ed in June from joVerseas service with
the A. E. F.
After the first of the year Mr. and
Mrs. Stewart will be at home' iri Car
rollton, Texas. ' ' H ' '
For the Civic League.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Patten Graham on New Year's Eve
the members of the Culeoka Civic
League will entertain for their hus
bands. The dinner will be given at
f o'clock and plates will be laid for
about forty. Among the guests from
a distance will be Miss Roberta Fry,
of Columbia. ... '
Wright-Smith. " ' , y--.
In the presence of many friends arid
relatives Miss Pattie Smith and Au
brey Wright, of Lebanon, were mar
ried at the home of the bride's par-(
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith, at Cul
wishes qf scores of devoted friends.
Personal Mention
Miss Elsie Sims, principal of the
Groveland school, is spendin-; itrj holi
days with relatives at Sparta.
Miss Nannie Shaw, from the Univer
sity at Knoxvillc, will spend the holi
days v.ith relatives at GodwiQ.
W. J. Oliver and family who' have
teen living in Giles county, have mov
ed back to Maury county and will live
at Sleepy Hollow Annex.
Miss Mary Ix)oney is at home for
the Christmas holidays from Bishop
Thorpe Manor school at Bethlehem,
Miss Laura Stockton Molloy re
turned home for the holidays on
Thursday.. She is in the senior class
at Agnes Scott College and ha3 secur
ed a fellowship for next year if she
wishes to take it. the faculty of the
college offering her either the Latin
or French fellowship, both being won
by her class record. ' .
Mrs. R. C. Adkisson is in Nashville
for the week-end.
James Anderson, of Mt. Pleasant,
leoka on Monday. The wedding was! has returned from the University of
Good For New Year -1
A Columbia Grafonola is an acceptable gift $
all the time, but especially so at Christmas &
time and for New Year are they most acceptable, jjj
We have a beautiful line of these standard $
talking machines. Yon do not have to wait
for delivery. We can male instant delivery
in most any size you want. jj
I Columbia Hardware & Furniture CoJ
m -
his' family during the Christmas
Jesse Ellington, of Vanderbilt Uni
versity, is spending tlie Christmas ho
idays at home.
Miss Reesie Lee Eubanks of Nash
ville is the holiday guest of her aunt,
Mrs. Joseph Beverly Borum.
Mrs. Jos. L. Voorhies, Jr., is here
from Detroit to spend the holidays
with Dr. and Mrs Jos. L. Voorhies.
Miss Margaret Rainey is spending
the holidays in Washington City, as
the guest of Miss Susie Belle Frier
son. Mrs. Clark T. Jones and little daugh
ter Are spending the Christmas holi
days with Mrs. Jones' parents in Dy
crsburg. A. B. Rains, of Montgomery, Ala.,
is spending a few. days in Columbia
and i3 the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Miss Flora Mai Dodson, of Carter's
Creek, who is attending the Universi
ty of Tennessee' at Knoxville, is home
for the holidays.
Miss Norma Warfield, of "The
Castle school of Tarrytown on the
Hudson, New York, is spending the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. V. Warfield.
Mrs. Franklin pierce and little .son,
Franklin, Jr., who liavi been visiting
Mrs. Poerce's grandfather, J. ;)E. Dod
s'-.u, at C irt-i s Creek, have rstui-ned
to their home in, Montgpmejy Ala.
- Miss Mary,, JVilkea McKinney re
turned Friday'evening 'from Dobbs
Ferry on the,. Hudson,. New, .York, and
will spend the. Christmas', .hpjadys with
her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mc
Kinney. Miss McKinney went to
Nashvillo Saturday where she will be
the guests of friends for a few days.
Master Ussery Fox, of Columbia,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Fox, has
returned to his home after being the
guest of his grandparents for the past
week. He has also left his remem
brance to them for the reports of San
ta Claus as this is his fourth Christ
mas to meet.
J. W. Trude Shelton is at home for
the Christmas holidays.
Street Fulton is home from Bell
Buckle for the holidays.
Joe Neeley, of Dallas, Texas, was in
Columbia Monday shaking hands with
Martha Yokley and Mabel Dilling,
of Nashville, will arrive Friday to
spend the Christmas holidays will
Miss Yoyley's aunt, Mrs. H. C. Home.
Mrs. Hiram L. Hendley left today
for Levlngton, Ky., to spend the
Christmas holidays with her mother
and family. -
W. M. Thomas, of Stoneville, N. C,
is a guest in the city.
Miss R. Gertrude Erwin, who is a
senior student of the University of
T;exa8, arrived Sunday night to spend
the holidays at home with her grand-
mother, Mrs. W. T. Erwin and aunt.
Miss Rebecca Erwin. j
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jones, of Nash
ville, are the guests of their mother,
Mrs. J. C. Jones. j
Mr. and Mrs. Flournoy Craig, of
Vnhvlllo wil snend th holidavs with
' - : - ' 1
their parents, Mrv atid Mrs. Luther
Mc Adams. '
C. M. Erwin, son of William F. Er
win, of Atlanta, will arrive Christmas
Eve-to spend the holidays with Mrs.
W. T. Erwin.
Mrs. W. E. Alexander and sons,
Willard and Allen, of Nashville, will
spend the holidayes" with Mrs. W. O.
Miss Carmen Park, one- of the pro
fessors at Maryville College, is spend
ing Christmas with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. H. Park at Culeoka.
; Paul McAdams, of -Atlanta,' is ex
pected to' arrive Christmas day to
be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Luther McAdams for the holidays.
Lewis McAdams, of New York City,
will arrive Christmas morning to spend
the Christmas holidays with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther McAdams.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Miler and lit
tle son, Albert, Jr., and Miss Barbara
Shrader, of Sheffield, Ala., are spend
ing the holidays with Mr. and Mrs.
J. Shrader.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce White are mov
ing to their new home on the Mur-
freesboro pike two miles of Frank
lin. Their many friends in Maury
regret to give them up but wish them
well In their new home.
Mrs. W. 0. Walker left Wednesday
morning for a several months' etay
at Wichita Falls, Texas.
Mrs. A. E. Greenlaw and Mrs. Wil
liam Hughes, of Spring Iliil, were in
Columbia Tuesday' shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Jonps,
of South Dakota, a,re the guests of
their mother, Mrs. J. C. Jones. ,;
T. N. Figuers, Sr., is spending the
Christmas holidays with his daughter,
Mrs. J. E. Edgerton, at Lebanon. . .,
Miss Eunice Polk.
-The remains of Miss Eunice Polk,
who died at her home in Nashville
Tuesday night will arrive ia Columbia
this afternoon on tlie 5: MO train and
taken to the home of Mrs. Ed Voss on
South High street. The funeral will
take place Thursday morning at ten
thirty o'clock at the Garden street
Presbyterian church, conducted by Dr.
S. D. Logan;,' litterment, In,Rftse Hill
cemetery.. pyx:ioiijwnj wjij pjc.t
pall bearer's: Eugene "Voss, Tlei
fTaylpr Vo'ssj : We4
Jean IMckenuan pressed her pretty
pltik chin deep Into the palm of her
hand, as she watdaul tlie small white
snowflakes whirl around, then lund In
little piles outside the window.
"How I hate this old. lonely farm
house wiih its rickety obi roof," and
Jefln shivered as the low inoau or Uie
wind broke the'stillness.
"Just because Tom's father left him
this old ml lie-trap is no reason why 1
should ppt'iid my life here."
Living in the old, lonely farmhouse
had. -been the bone of tontentlon be
tween Jonn mid Tom ever since -he lind
brought tier there a bride one year be
fore and while Tom could sic nothing
but beauty iu the place that had nl
wnys been homo to him, -Jean's heart
nched for a cozy little apartment in
the city.
The pound of heavy footsteps told
Jean her bier, good-natured husband
was appro-aching, 'and she realized it
was supper time. Leaving the win
dow, Jean started for the kitchen to
be greeted by her husband with tlie
words: "Well, girlie, I guess we ar.
in for n big snowstorm." Jean 'did not
reply, but prepared jtlie supper In
gloomy silence. '
After 1lie supper dihes were
washed and put away Toui put 'some1
logs in tlie liVepliice1'iaYsil drawing an
armchair ;c?one to1 the 1 Br''" lie -'"gently
pushed Jeau.-'fntiy It;1 ant Mating him
self on thu, arm. tiwy .watched the
burning., jogs. lr t; si)iiiice. . Suddenly
Jean tpoke: "I think I will ruu up 1o
the city .tomorrow, Tom, and see
mother for a few weeks. It doesn't
seem as 'though 1 could stand this
place" any" longer." "All right, Jennie;
"perhaps the change-will do you good,"
Tom said good-naturMlly. But ns the
light from the crackling logs fell uou
his face Jean could not help but see
the pained expression. Nevertheless
she had made up her mind to go and
nothing could stop her. She .lust
longed for the noise and excitement of
the city," and the next morning, al
though it snowed hard, found her on'
her way. ' '
Tlie train was four hours late, and
when ,Jean aurived nt her mother's
cozy four-room apartment she was
tired and cross. Somehow her
thoughts kept turning bade to Tom ns
fdie saw him last, standing. by the win-,
as , dow, smiling and waving until she was
out of si
" PXfiFFfi
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USIatM-1 hil Ml
Rl- imwz
ro ip 'A -h p
y If -.', M,
Express Company Would Have Been
Unable to Handl; More Business
Without Larger Office and More
Help PostoffiCc Force Rushed.
! Fsoplo Havo-Hod -Mora ?r-ti Hav
Spent- 'V.prc -.M.Mtey . Curing 1'Jl )
.Than In. Ary Ye Si n. t U
of Time Want teat of Cvcr -uhln-j.
The evening hours dragged slnwl
i" pl
ell. The Philathea Class will act as," 1 P,r'L 1 I
. hissing noiso to the - soft crackling of
honorary paTl bearers. - the logs at home. -
i,uo3 X yA ..tm4,;.Wlt,iM,uv-, ,. . At..tprt 0.(,,()rk e wc)t tft her. 1(,
room, and nfter Sihe had prepared to.
retire, turned olT her light and raisins:
If the volume of parcel pot and
express business can be. taken as an
index, Columbia will have the greatest
Christmas in all her history. Never
before has so much Christmas cheer
been handled by either the mail clerks?
or tho express companies here. Man
ager C. D. Judd, of the American Ex
press Company, said this' morning,
that he had never soon anything like
the business that has been done by
the express company. Instead of wait
ing until two or three days before
Christmas to ship Christmas cheer
by freight, shipers got busy more than ' larger volun
two weeks ago,' nnd for. tho past )if,-j v, i;e t'u s i;
teen .days the-Fspress ' company hasj moro iii ()tji::
had. all the business it could ha'ndle. Kn' co).pfjf'
:.3ir. Judd said that if was fort'.tuatjt ; . t ha, ' m'iJ 1 i y
that the . express- company. did; .not,' '"after ",ly ,t'ii
have to handler -the whisky shipments,
as in years gone by, as it. would have
been impossible for the force to have
taken care of this-additional business...
for the rush for the past two or three
days has been something tendJic at
this office, es it was, Mr. .iiitld' said,,.
The postomee, too, hns- had Wio
greatest volume of business In -its his
tory. Parcels by the ear' load-have
been handled by the local -office, each ; of food.
day, and the clerks have bcen ko!iton
the go both night and day for the past
two weeks. It is exported -that -after
tomorrow tho rush will be-'ovor, and
only a few belated Christmas parcels,
will be handled in connection with
the regular run of business, f . -.
hi i
oj:ov vain.;
. t 1
l la I'M in
i ' to ,
. litis hjess Uus ('In!.
nil previoyu i u 1 1 , i
Columbia. Iio:h ia t!
of the .busiiu u i i
ume of s-uleb til a
cie-ue. It la mO. yet pc
ure the exact P i' u u Jonn l . i i
but merchatits who have ni:.il;: u cuku
latimi at; roe tin tic ni'n
estimate it is li ' i t 1 1 v i f t 'it
per cent more than owr know:).
Tins !i;n b( l tui n' ( 1 1
Them lias been no ex.vj-tioti. l'nr.
ly Chriu-tmas r.ov.'.'i nave -roVI 1a
titan evor- bi.-tonv L.kh
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an, i!"in. J
what they w
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lnis nnd,ccjyL-i. wi.cld not ti'll
for' the reason t.'iat pn-.-es
twen'ty-flva' to ItMy p"r cc!
on many .of the most wanted
i!ut t e in hi j 1
large.'.' nioi.y tin T ' t t
for the d'ufero'KVK m price
there . has been an actual v:v.
volume of sales mad-". Tiiis
li' ) iiv,-.a
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tt on it
m that
i in t
i t
lliemiiUfpi'ditkiMwen, Frank Sow-.iK . a".'e, ste;,1in W.
bia and was greatly beloved by a large
circle of " friends' "alid' iier death wil I
be eiitl,v;1rcretjdJTT, ,
' BUFFALO, N. Y., Dec' 24. "Wolf,
Fox, Lyon," called the sargeant as he
ushered three recruits into the murine
corps recruiting office here.
"It sounds like a' menagerie," said"
the recruiting officer to the sergeant.
"Do you think we are signing up ani-;
mal acts for a circus?" j
"No, sir," replied the sergeant, "but I
there is still one more man to sign
up, captain."
"Bring him in."
"Baer!" shouted the sergeant and
the fourth recruit entered.
The four recruits were James - E.
Fox, of Gates, N. Y., James Baer, of
Erie, ' Pa., George It. Wolf, - of War
ren, Pa., and Charles Lyon, of Ro
chester, N. Y. " ' -
(By United Press.)
BIRMINGHAM, Dec. 21. Under the
cover of a blanket of fog which envel
oped Birmingham early today, John
H. Belser, a merchant, was struck
down in his store, bound and gagged
and left bleeding to death by an un
known assailant. Belsler died on the
operating table without regaining con
sciousness. The store had been ran
sacked when it was found by an early
customer who reported the killing to
a local hospuital and the police. The
body was found under a counter.
tha, curtain -sJiei-fjuaecL -u.s-'Bhe hud! t-lw
night ;before,. nt ,tho white . flukes , nil
lug, up., on the-rofifs, beyond, and as
she watched she, pictured Tom.. .sitting
by the log fire. The winI blew tin;
wfct flakes against her window' and
ybo hnted the 'sound". She looked rt
the clock on'fhVfbv'rr across tlie way.
' It was now ll"!f?0); Just ten hours he.
fCT the next train home! . Home, how,
strangely sweet the word sound..
Then an awful fenr seized Jean.-What
if the snow continued find the trains
would be unable to run? Her fears
were realized, for vvjjcn she awoke tb
next morning the snow was still com
ing steadily down. Mother anfl father
pleaded with her to stay, but nine
o'clock found her on her way to the
Tlie train was stalled for hours at
different places, and it was not until
nine o'clock that night . that Jean
reached the little country station, and
as no carryall put in Its appearance
s.he started afoot to the farmhouse.
The big drifts' in places wet'e nearly
to her waist, and if it were not for
th'j bright light in' the lew fsirmhouse
Window Ahead Jean would lirtve lost
her courage. . : . .. . .T
At Ias cold and wet, she crept soft
ly Up the steps, then quietly opened
the door. .Tip-toeijjg stjftiy, nhe.inad
her way tj)'(h( sitting room and iip to
the. Ii! armchair, arid'liy (fie. light of
the .dyiiig'lH'e'siie cou'ld 'see ifhat Tom
bad fallen "ns'h'ep. '"IlWhihg back his
ru filed htlir 'frmn hi ' forehead, she
pressed her cold check against hl3
warm one.
With a start Tom awoke, exclaim
ing, happily: "Why, girlie, what dues
this mean?" Then Jean explained
how unhappy s'e had been the night
before. "If 1 had been obliged to walk
all the way from mother's, Tom, I
would have come just the same," and
; i '
, . . VYCR.TH $13f75.' liT
VTherd was" -bo' chang"4nwthe hog
mai'ket today. ' Top '.'hog's' for- 'tlie
past1 two -(days ''have mcW sellitig at
$13.75, with the light weights-bringing
'$19.50. The market today was
steady :&nd wttthCAJi.iactive demand.
The idsttle inatket -Wivs Liactive and
quiet. '.. i. .iii: :: .i-uk::: -(:... ,. .
Etiga slumped ' anothorujwo,, cents
today on tha local: market.," making
a twelve cent decline in" the past two
days. Local dealers are now., paying
50c per dozen. ' , !
of dry ;')-.'ls u f f
Maury (Vnintv is rapt
the (-'lose of the l t
in its history. luir. i
ulv ilrawmK to.
i-0;:n!-()lif; vour
v, ill nut rank'
as one of th? 1 t no i u tilmr
everyth'iiK.int'.) cnnridcratio'i the pen.
pie have had nior avti rticnt dechied-
ly move lhau i-1
)! il.
i i r
TRi'iiiiT sf m&im
ii':,i.i il".;rt
ill !i,M W-ji
iContDUe" -r "i f t i , j I
tlje season. I - , ii'i n u
')0-v!l.1';i;!1, J J L . 11 in fa
v'.i B'' t J1 A j V K -r 'n 1 0
yearp. a.co tlje c , , , 1, m
liundrodswr-ro ni.caijaji Lei a U'alncd
:i!id pntho hiv.li ( j j -j t ) 1, jif.net
essary, the, supreme sacr.iic.cv. .Tnoso
tiling paddoiu in i t u N i'v
the boy;-; are ba-': at home or m some-
safe haven.
It is tielievl Utt' d t I Jti m
There were no changes in other lo- of Christmas cheer wih lie mora gen
cal markets. Corn is still quoted at' ?ral in C'oiur. 1 rt t tn i 4 it
$S per barrel with an active demand,1 Santa ciaus ton it,' it i t in
and light receipts.
iiv the history of
fore have local s
enorm mis' l;o!i
hlive been thi i i
the citv. Never b
tores (iono wiich an
1 i Tu v
(By the Bourbon Stock Journal.)
Special to The Herald.- " :
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Deo. '24 .Cat U(
receipts 2u0, 'iimrke.t inactive. Uo,
au active demand -qitotiiotis ..moTiUns-
d. Sheep 50,- market sudy. Lanjs
13. i :. -a, ' .'.
with Cnnritmaa
i 9
i shopiiers from Um time tnev opened'
J each morning uti1;l iV.v.r r insed at
J nighi, for 'the i --t -fi 1 It
' appears .that o ' ' " 1 ,n ' '
I and is willing to s'-.i-ad re. .1 ln-ro. have
.' witiiJ been i'evver de i 1 1 t i titv lii
tluin ever b'-f : ;,,r men
(Quotattons Dy liOcal Mlll.)
wint.fT than ever !i. f :
are .v.orki'ig in f'olmnb-a
ti I ( 1,
anil these men ;u-. juakinr rood mm
i1 ,i - ......
e-v, J-lelt.illi 1 i' ta ,i i I'oon ,
, , ' uiuc.n tuouey v"u.t. i ' . r
:Swperlativo patent Hour ?!2.2.r, a bar- (. 'jrlKhiiifj-
re', best latent Hour $11.7.1 a burr.el cliangr-;,, men,
Shorts ?tir,.00 a ton; bran, $15.00 a ton. f are haj.'jiier, ant
Corn $S.no (icr barrel.
Oats 75 cents a bushel.
No." 2 wheat 52.25 'a bushel.
.Meal Bulk. S1.G5 bushel.
PRODUCE. - , .
E'igs, lou.se 50 cents; turkeys, "1
cents; ducks, 20 cents; stags, 15
. !"!. 11'
. o:si . -il a
V (l.ilfillf.
hf!p for poor cltiii.
fev I
as the wind moaned again thVnugh the cents; hens, 17 cents; old roosters, 11
TENNESSEE. d22tf&w
chimney, Jenn nestled .joser and
whispered : "That's music, dear, com
pared with the hissing of steam p!pe,"
nnd the dying light from the logs fell
upon a contented couple.
(Copyright, 191!, by the MrCIuro News
paper Syndicate.)
His Great Idea.
"No," said the rich girl, "I would
always be afraid you had married me
for ray money."
"That difficulty could easily be .re
moved," he replied.
"How?" .
"Aliy, if you should give me your
invw.v first, there oiuld be no possl
fcl'it that I married you for it, and
yet It would not be lost to us."
cents; goeso, 15 cents.
Irfsh potatoes $1.25 to $1.10 a bush-
There once v i
' i '
t I cii
sanitations of tin' ci'v h
to see that there in no;,
stocking it) C'iltim'iut on
morning. Iii r
known jo lie en' 'o
mas .goodies will be
1 1
:d (iiin
I ' 'IVtl-i.
m for
: r ib-' ro
tt i 1 u.
i.i'i. r .
r f , ii I
i ! 'I h
Elks wRl as iiiU"I, it tii'1' p rt ti
the worthy childr-'n of the. town at
the RlksTluli. on ( 'n
(Quotations by Dimple Ice Cream & Tlie ch.u'n-hes '1
Creamery Co.) .. ...... ! nias trees for Lie Sand
Butter fat Per lb. 70 cefit3. .
i . . . .
:y 'sc;
n 4
the worthy 'Ykihi
: Sunday school,.
! TrrJv'IbiH is a t " (' I
; . . . . i . .
! f t'nam nn rn, 1
i . ;,
i ward nieji.
r ff ( r l
fi fln-l :1V
irT , d
f.r t
l Hl'al :i)' d wul t-:i-
FOR SALE. j TLr a shade of doubt again clouded
. j ter beautiful face.
FOR SALE Hand made Leggings; it wou't do," jhe snid. "In that case
and Belts. They make, an ideal Christ
mas gift We also carry a full line
of ammunition. KINXARD BROS, is
Public Square. 17j7t ' wit
LOST Handbag placed in wrong
car In front of the Smart Shop. Find
er please return to -W. D. POGl'E at
ReglsWs Office. -,( 21(2t
Shareholders of the three banks of,,
Columbia, the Maury National-, I'hoe,:,
nix National and" Columbia, Hank -Sl,
For a moment' she wined convinced. ! Trust Company will hold their annual
meetings on Tuesday, January.. 13. ;At
that time tiie directors to sfrfve thesi?
corporations for the cisuiriR-yenr wiUi
be elected. The boards of -directors j
will probably meet on the same day;
and elect the officers. Xtv .material ;
changes in the persornel of tlue offic
ial boards are anticipated. ! :
Tlie banks of Columbia
ilEI If
l would always be efraid I bad mar
ried you for your money." IJostoo
See Dr. Jimmy in t'ie moview. Kel
lerman locks like thirty cer.ts com
pared with Dr. Jimmy.
Herald Cheap Columns : Pay.
d of Cue ; ;rike -.Li;ek may- be
county have had a mor.t yrcsjcroiis,! neditlon today. j'ii?.-fi!
(V,y t'nlU'd Prej
WINNVI'Ka, Man., !'-. Zt.-ll. II.
r.iiHfieil,' h'ad'n,"- spirit of l-t- peneral
fr.::!iu-U HO' tf
Vfl;! WW Of
yer and earnings will be ef.ual to if ' the Cfnt--.men
not tn excess' or
in thir history.
. i
f arv rTpvi-fiifi Vi'Hl' fh-ir'm :rt ii'v.n a fs
'! trouble.
. ('ilia.
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