THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1920
k f AGK. FIVE
THorc ifews From Columbia's First and Greatest Price Revision Event
THE MAURY DRYSGOODS COMPANY'S
s Blazing The Trail To Lower Prices in
"Columbia And Surrounding Territory
The Hundreds of eager shoppers who have crowded this Store and have had the op
portunity of testing with their own eyes the wonderful values, are enthusiastic in
COLUMBIA'S MOST BENIFICIAL SALE
Here Are Only A Few of Our Anniversary Sale Offerings Hundreds
of Other. Startling Bargains Will Greet You When You Attend
r. prices ',
. da of rw (
You will admire these beaiuti.-'
ful dresses at first sight.)
Materials include Duvctyne,
Tricotlne -., , Serges, Tricolette,
Georgette and Crepe de Chine.
Beautifully sill: embroidered
and beaded. Nowhere else will
you find them priced at
Others up to
carried over dresses,
Tricotintj, Serges, Satins, pret
, ty styles.
carried over dresses,
: at $9.95
Satins, Taffetas, Serges and
it uj '
'0378' ijLi jsIS
tAt rei cri Vsr-.i
Included": are ttys, Treason's-' models
ahd suits bought ititejast eascm atid.
which are exact lluplicsite ?gf ,'thi
season's styles. Beautiful ' laatet
stvles. Beautiful i Materials iT
id workmanship, wOndelifi' Jaltres"; j'ft
Beautiful Sample Suits
These suits were made to sell for
one-fourth to one-third more, and pos
sibly are in other stores. Every one
this season's newest styles, and by
far the greatest values we have offer
ed in many seasons.
Don't Confuse This Gi
gantic Sale With Any
Other Event That May
Ycu will recall that weeks
ago this store alert and well posted
on the market conditions, had
marked down every article of mer
chandise to correspond with any
decline that had accured. We did
this regardles of
NOW DiirinerJhfc, our 25tl
niveasary 8a3d'weyhave basei
prices on what we know will be
lower prices for spring. We deter
mined to make this the first great
stroke on our 25th birthday, and
to mark the beginning of lower
prices in Columbia and surround
Season's Smartest Suits
Every woman who has seen this
great lot of suits have proclaimed
them Columbia's geratest suit values.
All are the season's most fashionable
models, developed in the finest mat
Attractive Lot High Grade Suits
Values to $85 '
These include our highest grade
models, suits which are selling now
at otherntores at $75 and $85.00. The
woman who knows quality and is ac
quainted with fashions will not be
long in making her selection from
this lot, ;
Anniversary Sale Coats
This event offers you the opportunity to buy a stylish and
becoming coat without paying the price you would usually have
to pay.' Our stock this" season is the largest in years and
affords yoa'the choice rjfrom "hundreds of the season's newest
models I at. prices not $o be duplicated.
$30, $40, Women's Coats $24.95
Kf Carried over but good models
$25 Coats At $9.95
These too are carried over but are wonderful values
Anniversary Offers Blankets At Greatly
$5.00, $6.00 LARGE COTTON
PLANKETS in grey, tan and
white offered now, ut. ..$4.45
COTTON 4 WOOL BLANKETS,
AT $8.95 AND $12.48
Large, hoavy Blankets in
ALL WOOL BLANKETS,
Guaranteed all lambs wool pret
ty assortment of plaid and solids.
CARDED COTTON COMFORTS,
Pretty pattern covers large size.
HEAVY COTTON COMFORTS,
New carded cotton pretty pat
terns, extra wcight.,, . ....
10 Per Cent Off All Men's Women's and
This includes our entire stock of new fashionable footwear., Our regu
lar prices were very low and with this anniversary 10 per cent, off they
aro real bargains:
$5.00 Shoes at
$6.50 Shoes at
$7.50 Shoes at
$9.00, Shoes, at.. $8. 10
$1UW Shoes, at. $9.00
$l-.-.o Shoos. at$H.25
-.- 1 ('i'.Q'
Millinery at 10
Per Cent Off
This includes our entire stocks bf
women's and children's ready to
wear, hats, all the newest models.
PERSON AL8, '! . '
Mrs. L. H. Gray and son huvo gone
to Dallas, Texas, to make' their home.
Judge Edmund Dilehunty Loontfy
has returned from a ten days' vaca
tion at Red Boiling Springs.
Wllmoth Bowen, of Lake Provt;
deuce, La., i3 visiting his mother, Mrs.
O. J. Porter, for a few days. :1,
Mrs. R. P. Willis and Mrs. E. B.
Reassau. spen the week end with
their mother at Hampshire.
Mrs. R. L. 'Huffman is visiting at
fit. Pleasant after which she goes to
Dallas, Texas, to live with her soa. ..
Mrs, W.. S. McFall was called to
Tuscumbia Thursday on account ',qf
the serious , illness of . her -sister,, Mp.
Palme. . '!,,
Mrs. Everette Blocker and - Mies
Orelle entertained in honor pf Mnj.
Will Alexander, of Nashville, twenty
flee of their friends with a dine on
Tuesday evening at their home in
West Tnd. The dance was enjoyed
until a late hour, after which , fjuit
i s s a a i
MERODE UNION SUITS for wo
. menregular $2.50 ; values, several
styles, in this sale
,' 'at -4-i:t-T-;----
CREPE DE CHINE GEORGETTE MESSAUNES
ALL WANTED SHADES
This is the same quality for which you paid
$3.00 a yard only a few months ago 36 and 40
inch widths, in our Anniversary Sale
Fancy Silks values to $4.00 in pretty
stripes flowered and plaids, extra values
27 inch Poplins regular $1.25 quality, offered
Black Wool Serge 36 inch wide, both storm
and french weight, regular $1.50 quality IC
to go on sale at . jC
Woolen Dress Goods a great table of assorted
serges, skirtings and suitings, values QQa
up to $1.50, on sale at g(JU
Woolen Dress Goods including serges, suitings
and novelty woolens from 36
to 45 inches wide and values up to
$3 on a special counter at...! .
Broad Cloths, Velours, Wool Jersey values.
to $bgom our regular stocks, 45 .
Inches wide, Anniversary price...
Best Outings lights and darks, a great assort
ment of checks, and stripes best 45c Ofljf
heavy quality in this sale at., j ZuC
Shirting Cheviots has sold for 45c now offered
in a large assortment of stripes, dark Q El
and light ground at JJU
75c Devonshirs and everyday Suiting in large
assortment oi colors and stripes JCA
First Ouality Percales Scinch, light and dark
patterns, 3 to 6 yard lengths, quality Q r ft
cannot be duplicated at u Ju
Daisy and Hope Domestic 36 inches wide, full
bleached, standard quality, has sold as nnft
high as 45c in this sale at, gJ
36 inch Brown Sheeting good quality, will
bleach in few washings, a 35c value' 1 Qft
offered now at g(J
Anniversary Sale Price
1000 Yards Dress Ginghams pretty new
terns for dresses, also apron checks OC
offered in Anniversary Sale at Zuu
Bed Spreads slightly soiled on edge from
nanaimg,, values to H, onered
60c Bath Towels large size, heavy
weight, priced now at
40c Heavy HuckJowfilsJarge-ejae,-with
clover leat border, also solid white,
35c Bath and Huck. Towels-gopd
lum size, very special in this sale
Special Lot Huck Towels offered now
$1.25 Table Damask mercezized good quality
o mcnes wide, onered now
Scotch Plaid Suitings offered in a number of
pretty plaids, regular 75c quality, in i C A
this sale at jQ
10 a Off On Men's Furnishings
JI3.flrt Shoes, at 1 13.50 ol
rVhero Ejvgrjjbodjij Shop
Counter Women's Shoes, values to
$7.50, carried over, good styles
Counter Men's Shoes, Crossett
made, large assortment of styles...
Counter Men's Shoes, good styles,
values to $10.00 at
You're Always Welcome At Our Store
(Continued from First Page.
made by the committees.
Dr. S. I Morris., secretary at fie
assembly's home missions of Atlanta,
delivered a masterly address on the
church's mission work both home and
His statement showed that for one
of these eansed named by him. in
nineteen years had increased from
JJfi.Orto to more than a half million
dollars. He also refered to the fact
that but one denomination gives a
larger per capita to missions than the
At the session this morning, me
morial services Mere conducted for
J. Addison Smith, D. D., of Murfrees
boro, and J. Edmund Brown, of Jack
son. Affecting addresses were made
by several ministers present.
The report of the committee on the
Monroe Harding Children's' home at
Nashvile was received, and was most
gratifying. Miss Fuller, matron of
this institution was present. For a
number of years Miss Fuller has met
with gratifying success in the man
agement of this home.
At 11 o'clock this morning, Dr. Jas."
I. Vance, pastor of the First rresby
terian church, Nashville, preached to
a well filled church, liis subject vu
"ictory Through Faith" and the
closest attention was given him as he
delivered a most interesting sermon
It was thought that the sessions of
the Synod would probably come to a
close this afternoon or' tonight, as
business has been handled with dis
patch, and unless there are unfore
seen developments the work of the
Synod will shortly Tw ronelnded.
$ewell-Estes. ' .-- , j ,,"
; .Announcement ls-.inada of the niar-i
rlage of Mrs. Frances B. Estes apc(
Willis C. SeWell of Maury coun$,
Tenn. , The wedding took place! Thurs
day afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home,
of the bride on Seymour avenue,;. The
Rev. W. M. Wood, pastor of the. Edge-.
field Baptist church, was the officiant,
and Mrs. Bowen, of Williamson, gave
the wedding music. Relatives and a
limited number Of friends were pres
ent at the ceremony. The home was
decorated throughout with ferns and
fall flowers. ";'.
Mr. and Mrs. Sewell left Immediate
ly after the ceremony for their future
home in Maury county, where the
groom is a successful farmer. -Ten;
uessean. ' ir t
Ussery-Ledbetter. 7 ..
The marriage of Miss Martha Led-
better and Clarence Ussery laBt Tues
day night at 8 o'clock at the-residence
of Rev. J. Paul Slayden came as a
surprise to the young couple's friends.
The happy couple ' repaired to the
home of Mr.- Slayden where ceremo
ny was performed in the presence of J
the family, and immediately after
ward went ito the home 6f ' the bride's
parents Mr., and Mrs. J. H. Ledbetter,
MM40fi'wm8 with ..V'tuft'
groom s maUior, Mrs. rora Ussery, on
Galloway street .- ., , r
The bride, is one of the) most at
tractive- and -.lovely ; -young ladiesot
Columbia, and has hosts of friends
who j. wish . her i, unalloyed happiness.
Tle groom is t,he son of , Mrs. Nora
Ussery, ami is .a grand son of the
late Dr. W.. T. Ussery, and a valuable
employe of the Louisville & Nashville
railroad company. The young couple
are receiving tne congratulations Qt
SHEFFIELD, Ala., Oct. .11 A wed
ding of much interest to her mauy
friends in Columbia and Mt. Pleasant
was that of Mrs. Mary G. Voorhie3 to
Charles Quittraan Thompson, Thurs
day evening, October 7th, M the Shef
field, Methodist church, .Rev. ,Wil!Jaui
F. Mansfield, officiating. Mrs. Thomp
son came from Scotland about a year
ago and is the daughter-in-law; of Esq.
M. T. Voorhies, of near Mt. .Pleasant,
and on a visit to Sheffield vto her rela
tives, Mr. and ; Mrs. -J. M. Voorhies,
she . made manyt friepds, here, Mr.
Thompson is from Missssippi find s
a popular employe of the,,, Sheffie'13
Company. The many friends of tne
young couple are extending congratu
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Alderson an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Essie, to Curtis C. Baker, which
took place Saturday afternoon, Oct.
9, at the home of Rev. J. E. Trimble,
near Franklin. The wedding was
quite a surprise to their matyr; friends
who will bo glad to leartir of their
happiness, which was a happy cut
mination .'of ' a romance that . b ?gan
when both were children. Mr. and
Mrs. Baker will make their Jxome with
Mr Baker's father, near Santa ve
PRICE OF ML : :
SLIGHT J3ECVlNlk: tNPRICE OF
POULTRY, EGGS STEADY CAT. '
TLE AND SHEEP SLOW.. ,
f r- ' ' ' ' -
Both cattle ana !!? ' prices were
steady today oh the , loufByille and
NftshvrilB "Lite storlr markets, but the
demand for cattle was light and the
market somewhat draggy, but quota
tioris were unchanged.
On the local matkets poultry was
somewhat lower because of the de
moralized conditions in the east, Lo
cal dealers today were quoting stags
at twenty-two cents, hens at twenty
three 'and little chickens' at twenty
seven 1 cents. Egg prices were firm.
NASHVILLE LIVE STOCK, '
(By Union Stock Tarda.)
Special to The Herald. '
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 14. Hogs
Receipts, 2,000 head. Market steady.
Cattl Receipts, 300 head. Market
Choice heavy hogs, 300
pounds and rip $14.50
Selected medium weights . "
165 to 3QQ,,PQUnd M 15.60
Prime -light hogsjilSO. to ( iitivt
145 pounds.,,. -tiw. hrv ; 14.75
Choice htaryPhJs,-rW ty
1,120 pounds- .. ;..,. .(i.M..
Good light pigs, ". 90. v.
pounds down ...
Throwauts- .j.,..Vi ii.''- '
Prime heavy shipping "n ;"'-
. steers. ,.k -...J.$10.50 12.00
Medium,, light shipping -;')
steers . . . , 8.50(g) 10.60
Choice butcher steers .. 9.50 11.00
Medium to good butcher - '
steers f. ....t'l.'.ivi. j 7.50& 9.50
Conunon to medium butcher
fiteers -...'. if.V.Vir. - 5.50'f 7.50
flood to choice butcher .,
heifers' .... . . . 9.00 11.00
Medium to good butcher
heifers.'.... ........ 7.00
Common to medtura butcher
heifers , ....... 4.50
Fat Cows ............. t6.00
Medium to good cows.,, 5.00
Cutters , i 4.00
Canners . . . 3.0
Bulls t .,,,.-.
. . .
FOR SALE Chestnut Shingles and
Lumber for sale. . A. B. HARRISCnl-
Feeders.,, 7.60, 10.50
Good to cbolce .xeal.i.uu.' . Si . a
calves ... .10.00 12.00
Medium, to good calves.tr S.0& 10.00
Common and trashy 't . . ... ,
, calves ,.5.00 7.50
Medium to good milch,
v cows . ............. 76)0&100.00
Good to choice milch
cows. , . i ...... i . . . . .100.00 150.00
Common, to medium milch i :
cows 40.00 75.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Good to choice lambs.. 9.O0 10.50
Fair to good lambs ... 7.50 8.50
Culls .......... 5.00 6.00
Good to choice fat sheep 5.00 6.00
Medium to good sheep . 3.60 5.00
Cull sheep ..,1.60 3.00
Bucks ...... 2-00 4-00
LOUiaVILLK UVt 1TOCK .
(By Bourbon Stock Tarti.)
ipecial to The Herald, , '
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 14. Cat
tle Receipts, 450 head. , Market slow,
but quotations unchanged.
Hogs Receipts, 1,400 head, -Ma
ket steady .and quotations unchanged.
From .165 pounds and, up, Jlf.7,5; from
1SV to- 165. ..pounds, $15; pigs, from
$9.75 to $11.25; throwouts, .from $11.50,
-down. -;. i -i liiU '.i
,, Shoep Receipts,. 100, headwU Market
Unchange4o' iiv?.'5 ; "
Eggs, 43 cents; hens, 25 cents; fry
ing chickens 2628c; little chlcken,
27 cents; stags. 22c; , ropaters, J2c; .
packed butter, 27 30c lb.; turkeys,
toms, 2026c; hens, 24 cents l ducks, "
1020c lb.; geese, 8c lb.
Butter Packing house, 25 -cents lb.
SAW AND PLANING MILLS We
have installed a saw mill in connec
tion with our planing mills and we are
now prepared to saw your logs, make
your ceiling, siding,- flooring and all
building materials. W. J. OAKES &
GRAIN AND FLOUR.
Corn Per barrel,' $5.50 ; new corn
$ ' ': V
Flour Superlative patent, $13.25
"j barrel; best patent, ' $12.60 barrel;
bran, $50.00 per ton; shorts, $70.00
per ton. " ' ' ' '' :
fOata Per bushel 70 cents...
CLOVER AND GRASSES.
Retail price clovers; 1 tnd" . grass
seeds: "Clover, $M ' bu.i ' alsyke
eloveri $20 W.', blue i grass,5 '$3.75 bu.":
orchard" grass, $2.50 bu.; .timothy
$5.50 bu.; herdsgrass, 20c lb.! alfalfa. ,
$22.60 hu.r crimson clever,' $6.50 bu.; .
- I SON; factory in Riverside. H d&wlt
STRAYED One bay horse mule
Colt, four months old. left T. T.- Mc
Kee's farm near Sonta Fe Oct. 5th.
1920. For reward and feed bill re
turn to R. F. Moore & Sons, mule
barn at Columbia. Tenn., or notify
T. T. McKEE, Santa Fe, R. 1. !
Rye, $2.50$2.C0 bu.
WOOL. s -. . -Wool
Free from burrs, 27 cents,,
ner pound. - t -t
Hides 7 rg 8 rents per'ound.
- ' l - WHEAT
Strictly No: 2 wheat. Per bushel
$2.60.: ... ' .
Irish potatoes $2.00 per buaheL
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