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4 ' f , '"' ' THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER,'; 9 f AGE FIVD Alert to Supply The- Wants of Their Increasing : Numbers of Satisfied Customers .,.'' "" ' - ' -.. f t : . .,!,..' 9 Unrivaled Values Offered This - Important J 'I 1 o'STMCTionmonrss , : M : W03M' V J ill08' sale Wo all Suits Sample Suits, Values to $45.00 at V Sample Suits, Values to $60,00 at 95 in these two great lots of sample' suits, you will find the greatest suit values of the season, every one the newest. In styles, mater ials and shades. You will be repaid for" a visit to Inspect these suits. .' '' i ' Included Are Carried Over Suits values $75.00 to $100.00 at $34.93 & $49.95 These carried over suits were late arrivals . last winter and In nearly every Instance are s o correct In styles, that one would take them for the newest th Is season's models. Yog will be sur prised when you see them that you can buy such fashionable high-grade suits at so small a fraction of their original values. Featuring Our Latest Ar rivals in New j Charming Millinery From the leading milliners this Fall we- have collected hat of unusual beauty. They are the talk of fashion able women, are well made .of .the newest materials. Will, you accept our, invitation to visit this section and Inspect our lovely assortments. ' J OUR MILLINERY PRICES ARE THE , LOWES-r-SjyLE .AND QUAL- ( V ITY CONSIDERED. , JUST' RECEIVED A large as sortment of " new NECKWEAR, PURSES, RIBBONS Ready Now For Your Choosing. ; 81x90 Sheets Fascinat Specially Priced at- tag New Fall Dresses $19.95, $25f00, $35.00, $40.00 Fashioned 'of Tricotines, Serges,' Satins, Crepe De Chine, JrlColette In the. season's newest shades. Dress styles, were never more charming as these we are now offerng at the above prices. A variety of 'Styles that may. be worn appropriately on many varying occasions. :l: Perfection and Quality Attained iirThesif Fashionable New Fall Suks $2.25 Each On Sale Torn ready for hemming, standard quality a rare value, better lay. In a supply at this low figured ' ) Fall Footwear Every model in this showing is up-to-date, every one, 'up .to our high standard of quality and workmanship: The showing includes: ( BLACK ' AND BROWN KID BOOTS Military and Louis Heels. ; BLACK AND BROWN CALF BOOTS Military Heels. PATENT KID BOOTS Louis Heels. PLENTY OF SHOES FOR THE KIDDIES. Sale of Lovely Blouses ' V" at $3.48 Blouses of goorgette and trico '.lette in a vast variety of tha season's newest styles, beaded and embroidered, .short sleeves. Indeed most extraordin- ffQ 4Q ary value, at.. yd. 40 Our Prices Cannot Be Duplicated They suggest the very spirit of autumn, exquisitely adapted for' serviceable wear. Featured in pur showing are Brocades, Crepe Satins, Satins, Meteors, Charmeuse, Indestructable Crepes. Sale Black Silks $1.79, $1.98, $2.48 A special purchase, 8 bolts of quality messallnes and taffetas, , Crepe de Chine at $2.00 Regular $3.00 . quafity, all colors. Included are several pieces of figured Georgettes. Silk Messalines $2.00 All shades except navy and black, regular $3.00 quality. Silk Tricolette $3.00 One of the most fashions .ble fall Silks, novelty and plain weaves. til Y (f'Wherp EvyybodjLj Shops")) New Woolens ' PLAID; SKIRTINGS TRICOTINES SERGES BROAD-CLOTHS Specially Priced. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OUR STORE . n PERSONALS. w ' ' Albert Sidne.A Pngc left this morn ii.g for Bell Buc';'e. where he will at- tt nil Webb's School. Miss Pearl Troop,' of Franklin, will Irave Sunday for her home after a three weeks' vislt'to relatives here. Mrs. S. L. Whitehead and two chil dren, of Birmingham, Ala., are the quests of Mrs. Jim Troop for the week. Jacob Wolf sniled from " Englan September Xth on the steamer Olym phic and will arrive in New York City next Tuesday. Rev. Karl Gilbreath has returned from the Bon Air Mission, East Ten nessee, of which he has been in charge for the past three months. - He leaves next week tor the Boston school of theology where he will take a three year course. ' Mis.' Annie Brown Frlerson I spend ing trio week-end with Miss CumUIe MeCa'P at Nashville , . ' , . Miss Elizabeth McDonald, of New York, will be the guest of Mrs. J. U Hutton until Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Ralf Watts, of Evans ton. 111.,-will arrive this aft9-noon to visit relatives here. Mrs. Watti will be' remembered here as MIjs Vivian Curtis. She and Mr. Watts were married in Evanston last Monday and have driven through the country in this car. Mrs. W. F. Collier has returned from a visit to her brother In Bowling Green, Ky. , . E. D. Cunnlnghara, of Nashville, is the guest of his brother. Thos. Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Willis, Jr., have returned from their wedding trip and are with their parents, Mr., and . Mrs. A. M. Harlan, at Cross Bridges. Joe Sheldon left a few days ago to attend school in the East. Street Fulton is at Bell Buckle for Webb school this season. '' - Chas. Hayes, son of G. W. Hayes, will leave Saturday for University of Tennessee at Knoxvllle. Mrs. Marvin Campbell has return ed to Franklin, after a week's visit to her sister, Mrs. Lula McKee. Mrs. Ulna H. Foster returned yes terday fron a month's visit to New York and other Eastern points. Miss Octavine Long will leave Tuesday for New York City where she will enter an art school. Mrs. A. C. Allen has returned to Zellwood, Florida, accompanied by Carl Sheddan and little son, Marion. Mrs. R. E. Haynes and son, James C Haynes, of Franklin, are visiting Mrs. J. C. Wooten and family. Alison Webster, Jr., has gone to Bell Buckle to enter Webb school. Miss Elizabeth Moore left Monday for Maryville College. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wooten, of De troit, Michigan, are visiting their mother, Mrs. J. C. Wooten, and other relatives in Columbia.' Earl Hayes, of Birmingham, is visit ing his parents, Mr. andi Mrs. G. W. Hayes. For Sale Cheap Two Silo Fillers; one two-horse Thomas Grain Drill; one four-horse Superior Grain Drill. All of above Im plements are In first class condition. STREET, MARTIN ft VAUGHAN CO. 16jd&wlt. .44ti a t e b o a s 9 a b -. . . ; ' -''. i :.!' B S " SOCIETY ' B ;. ' ' "- B 5 B B 41 B B S 9 B t Missionary Sooiety, The Young Ladies' Missionary So ciety of the First Presbyterian church will meet . Monday afternoon at 4 O'clock. ; ';' , ; Turner-Estes. Ura., Sidney Estes announces the engagement and approaching mar riage ot her daughter, Martha Alleyae, to Harry E. Turner, the wedding to take place on Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock4, October 5th, at'the First Meth odlst church. Ladies' Aid. , ,. , , The Ladles' Aid Society ot the First Baptist Church Will meet Monday aft ernoon at 4 o'clock at the church. All members and every woman of the con gregation is urged to-attend as this is the first meeting of the church year. The regular election of officers will be held on Monday, the 27th. ' - Osborne-Kannon. v i Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kanaon, of Win ter Garden, Fla., anonnce the engage ment and approaching . marriage of their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to Obert O. Osborne, of Detroit, ", Mich., formerly of Culleoka, Tenn., the wed ding to take place Oct. 3, 1920, at the homeof the bride's parents. ' They will leave immediately after the cere mony 'for Detroit, wjiere. thfy .wlll make their future home." , Mrs. Garner Entertains. y.--'-Mrs. ( J. B. Garner 'delightfully en tertained about thirty-five of the young people; of the city Thursday after noon at her home ln;West End'. v The honoreeB were kittle pisses Caroline and Helen Campbell. The Garner home was beautifully decorated with cut flowers and golden rod. On the arrival of the guests frappe was served. At the conclusion of the games and con tests a delicious ice course was serv ed. . For Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Neely. A wedding reception In the form of a 6 o'clock dinner was given Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Neely on their arrival Tuesday evening, by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al L.' Neely, at their beautiful home near Concord. Ms. Neeley was assisted in receiving by her attractive daughter, Miss Mary, and Mrs. Ira Baird. A four course dinner was serv- ed, the colors of pink and gold being predominant in each course and also in the table decorations. Those pres- ent'wete: Mrp and -MrsnHrter Nee ly, Rev. A. Largln, Mr. and. Mrs." Roy Houser, Mr. and Mrs. Will Flte.and son, William, Mr. , and Mrs. . Cecil Pogue, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mckennon and son, H. D., Jr., Mr. and Mrs. if a Baird, Misses Luvenia McKeanon, Orell and Bourbon Goodwin and Mary Neely, and Messrs. Logue, Mack Neely, G. M. Goodwin; Robert Houser, Hazel Neely and James Goodwin. . " Oils and Greases Largest stock of ; Lubricating Oils and Cup Greases in the cltl. STREET, MARTIN & VAUGHAN CO. 16 d&wlt JUDGE WHIT IS BACK 101 II BENCH Judge W. C. Vhltthorne, who was ill at home Tuesday was able to be back on . the bench In County Criminal Court today, where one or two minor misdemeanor cases, were Bet for trial. Car load Portland Cement, Just. in. STREET, MARTIN & VAUGHAN CO. N,16dbwlt- A . ' : CLASSIFIED ADS . . FOR RENT , FOR RENT I have three farms to rent for -1921.' Two of them close to town and one three miles out, and all of them good land.. , would prefer to lease for a term ot years... Don't ap ply unless you hare good 'stock and good implements. HORACE RAI NEY; ' , ' 1 ' 25d6tw4t', , ; . i , FOR SALE. , , ; ... ' v . FOR SALE One power Sorghum Cane Mill . with all of Its appliances. It has been used only three days. Will rll for less than half the original cost I have also for sale two cider mills; been used but little.' HOR ACE flAINEY. 25d6tw4t MISCELLANEOUS. $25.00 REWARD Last November a dark chestnut sorral Horse strayed from my place at Roberts Bendy by swimming the river, at the time we thought the horse was drowned, but he has since been seen, at Williams port two different times by reliable parties. The horse has one large hock, blemish one hind foot, good sad dler. This horse belongs to C. F. Church and Oscar Chandler and we will pay $26.00 reward for the recov ery of the horse or for Information leading to hia recovery-SCAR CHANDLER, Roberts Bend, Oolum bla, Tenn. , ': .''-. ; 172t' !A"AA"A"AUAVL; M A. W 8 Hi Fall Ready-ioVVpat In at i : ; : .. - "" ; m ' ut . , , o.. . . ....- -. zrz Vt , . Ill 4 b Ladies' Suits g Wc arc showing a very complete and up-to-date Hne gt g of Suits in all the newest styles and colors. itThe prices 5g grange from . ' ' t $35.00, $45.00, $50.00 and up SB Flew Fall Dresses ill .,. ;. . m fft A most charming selection of Dresses In a variety M gof styles. The materials are tricotines, satins and :i: S serges. The prices are most reasonable. . ; ; ; ,. . ;. ', ui sis jillincry Hillincry ! Our line of Millinery was never so complete. ! '(We 5: have a most wonderful assortment of Ladies1, Misses' :i: sjg and Children's Hats jih ,all the ''newest shapes and m colors.'..'', ..'''."''"' 'jj'..- -ci.;.- f-.b-.ftJ " J4' : vl Hew? Footwear Ik . . :rj rWc have receded pur enyre lirie of Ladies Men's S gand Children's Shoes, r. It will, pay you to Call and i: inspect our line before supplying your Fall and Winter a: Dcneeds.-'v ' v.'.',v;;;-v-.t a TTTT Lnwesr Prices Our Chief Attraction" 102 West ; i PinR by PARADE COMMITTEE; :,i HOLDS FIRST MEETING FRED LATTA AND T. E. DUGGER NAMED AS C0MMITTEE T0 WAIT UPON MERCHANT8. i ; " M - ' ' ' ; ' ' ' '- ' " "' " - ' . . ., -l ""' ' l .-ij At. the joint committee meeting of the Retail " Credit Association - and Odd Fellows held Wednesday; after noon ' in-the joXOc9of Ehflj JJailjy, Her ald It was decided to go right ahead with the organization for the purpose of participating in the Odd Fellows big parade to be given in Columbia October 20th, and T. E. Dugger and Fred Latta were named as a commit tee to call upon the merchants and solicit their participation in the par ade.' or determine whether or - not they would take part In. any way. The chairman of the committee was instructed to go ahead with the plans previously laid out soliciting the co operation of the King's Daughters, and all organibed societies, schools, etc., in the big .enterprise. The committee will meet again next Wednesday afternoon at five o'clock in The Herald office when the reports of the sub-committees will be received and f urthe work planned. . 8RANHAM & HUGHES : ACADEMY BEGINS TERM 1 : i,.! APPROPRIATE EXERCISES MARK OPENING OF TWENTYrEIGHTM ' YEAR OF THIS .SCHOOL."' With the brightest prospects in , the history of the institution t,he twenty eighth term of Branham & Hugbes Military Academy at Spring Hill was launched with appropriate n exercises at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning. The principal speaker was Dr.W.t T Hag gard, pastor of the Tulip Street Meth odist church Of NashvilVf ,Pr-Haggard's address was filled with' Splendid advice o the' young meni, r ; .s'u ',, r Among the student bqdy Which 4s perhaps the largest, in the historyi:pf the school, are young men 'from, many states of. the union and. foreign conn- tries. CULLEOKA TO HEAR : -: JOHN ROYAL HARRIS NOTED LECTURER AND REFORM ER TO SPEAK THERE TWICE ON NEXT SUNDAY. Dr. John Royal Harris, of Pennsyl vania, but fomer distinguished Ten nessee divine and eformer, will lect ure on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the Central Presbyterian church at Culleoka. On Sunday night he will deliver his lecture to mass meeting to be held at the Methodist church at Culleoka. His address, is said to be full of patriotism, humor and In fomatlon and In It he hits the monster Bolshevism hard. r. - Herald Cheap Column Ada Pay, nnnirn nmnrA STEADY TODAY CATTLE AND SHEEP QUOTATIONS , UNCHANGED EGGS WEAKER IN NASHVILLE, STEADY HERE. . f 1 Fo the first, time .In several days, porker prices . remained , stationary, both the Louisville and Nashville mar kets being unchanged. Cattle were unchanged, but the market iw&s slow. Sbep and lambs - were steady, -s V.? Local dealers reported all prices un changed. However, eggs were off one cent on the Nashville market, and the market is weak. . ' 1 ,"( if LOUISVILLC LI VI - STOCK ' (ByBonrbon , ptel Xrdi. Special to The) Herald. ' . - . LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. 16-Catt receipts 700, front, 250 pounds and up . $16.00; from ,165 to 250- pounds $17.50;. from 120 to 165 pounds $17.00. Pigs from $11.25 to: $12.Ti;,throwouU' from $12.50 ' down. ..".: ' ': 4 .Sheep receipts 600, market steady,' quotations unchanged. . NA8HVILLI UVS STOCK, 0 .'. J(By Union Stock Tarda.) ' Special to The Herald. ' '- .' 1 , NASHVILLE, Tenn, Sept. le.-r-Hog receipts' 2,000, market steady. Heav ies $l6!50;' mediums $17 JO; ilghts $16.71j;,, plgs .from $11.25 to $12.75. Roughs from $12.50 down.' Cattle re ceipts 500, market slow. .Sheep and lamb receipts 300,, 'maricet trong. :v; x Vr':: PrSpilcfc' ; . 'i ' Eggs, i 45 cents; hens,' 24 cents; fry ing chickens 26 28c; little chickens, 25cenft; stags, OcToostera 12 dents'; packed butter, 2730o lb.; turkey!, toms; 20(g)26d; hen8,24 celjts duc&i, , 102dof,;';eese,"ic jb.'.': ;'. wIrlshl potatoes-j-Per. bushel 2.50.V-! -. Clover And grasses. :i Retail , price clovers . 1 and grass seeds:' "ted clover, $34' bu.; aJsyka, clover, ;$32 bH; Wuegrais,' $4 btf.; orchard grasa, $4,bn.; timothy, $6.7 bu.; herdggrass, 22o lb; alfalfa, $23.58 bu.;' crimson clover, $6.50 bu.; Rye, $2.80 W 4: ' , . ' GRAIN AND t LOUR. y Corn--Per barrel, .$7.00. ' Fl6tif Superlative patent. $13.79 barrel; best patent,. $13.25 barrel, bran,$60 per ton; shorts, $76 per too. Oats Per bushel. 70 cents. t ' .' ; : WooLr- ' Wool Free' from burrs, 27 centi per pound. f. . , . , times &s ceuis per pouna. ,.. , WHEAT- fi .; v.-? Strictly No. 2 . wheat,1 per bushel $2.60. .... - -yi The asbestos . ot America comes chiefly from Canada The, octopus la timid and will flee from human beings. ' ,- , 3- v - V1 Oliver Chilled plows and repairs. STREET; MARTIN 1c VAUGHAN CO. lld&wlt ; .-'.