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N " H 5 I r if I fAGE FOUR 1 i i" , ! li -.1 J.I V , i is i THE COLUMBIA .HERAp FRIDAY. DECEMBER in z' THECOLUMBIAHERALD.' hibUhed Weekly by The Columbia Herald Company, Inc., J. I. Fin ney. President, W. D. Hastings, Secretary and Treasurer. Entered la the rostottlce at Columbia, ; Tenu., as second-clasH mall matter. J. I. FINNEY ...President RICHARD H. WYATT, . Editor H. D. HASTINGS.. Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Una Year $1.25 Blx Months : 7R SEORETARY AGRICULTURE. One of Iho leudliif? fnrrn Journals of 'the country, the fount ry 3rnt lcmuti, urges President-elect HurdliiK u' ,0 appoint. Mr. Meredith soerciary of u rieiillure.' Nominally Mr. Meredith in a, democrat,. hut then need be no par; titi-in politic-)! In tiduiliilstorim.;' tin' Kreat office) of " secretary ol! i-.f lcul turc.,' It Ih one of t ho Rreatost depart ments of govern incut. There Ih every' Indication that duriiii; the coming; four years it. will have, to assist. In the so lution of some ol' the hardest prob lems that have ever ' overtaken the bar.lc IndiiHlry of the nation. In the few monllm that he has nerved as the . head of tin1 department VI r. Meredith baa demonstrated his li(nens for the place. It Is uiiforluniile lliat President Wilson did not sooner call him to this post. IIh haa tin1 confidence a nit I he ,r good will of (lie progressive far men nf the. country. Tic appreciates IIh proVlerm.1 of the farm add has Hie Vbiirap to discuss then! before ih , 'wdftpA,W;ftj;e' eeit of population. y tt'';her' would ' 'ni'''ai?nfit 'tVlvei'srfl Vp' ' .. fJ A ..v..JuU .i'-. .Vca.-j" provai u inf iTPsinpnt-ejcj 5 nrrowa uinei aupoinr -ncdi 1 1 :i.V, . !,. .v r - .111- . ( maue tit leant or IBM!" ir wlfffoiii any poll I leal ri-hsldiei'atnW; "1 qftiiiOcatUinfand'dettion'nf rated fit'nts'3': of the ap poihYee NO r AITH IN CERMANY. It is evident from the proceedings of the league of nations assembly that France has no faith hi Germany's pro fessions of peace and eood will. It, i3 frankly statedly th" French reiuent'n tativcu Uiul I'Yance will not diaarm tin f j 1 It. is assured that (lerniany is car ryiiU out in'ood faith the terms of the. Vcsa.lert jieace trealy. There lias been a dlsponition on the part, of Ger many , to., evade and procrastinate in complying'-wlih. her obligations under the treaty. She has .shown absolutely no evidence of good failh or. of a re Knierale oj- contriie heart. ;iNot only does Prance lack faith In Germany's good intention, but phe is not yet ready to put much trust in the league of nations. As long as Fthe is eiposed to German treatcheri and ambition idie prefers to depend; upon her own Rood riht arm for. dcfeiiso rather than upon the iiebulous und tllniisy stiucture of the league of na tions that was impotent to protect Po land from the onslaughts of the Bol 8hvikl of Russia. Probably France Is wise.. At any rate she poured out too much blood and moit gaged her wealth forjoo. many general ions to -come to prevenf conquest, by the I lun to take any.:(ihatices juw. A million and n half of tier. In role dead would cry out Ironi their p raves If the slalesincn rul ing Franco should pursue any policy tharwonld jeopardize her dearly pur chased liberty. ....... VST EA 0 Yr " FA R"M E R S 1 ' ' o It, takes a good' deal of couraKO to withstand -the popular tendency to do anytlifnu. Men art much like hheep; Once yet tlieni . started in a certain di rection and I hey all that way. They not started In 11 mad wild, wave of buylriK and speculallwu and values advanced t. unreasonable projioi lions. When everyone in Iho country seems an.lous to feed cuttle there in uuch a runh.to Join the profession that l'eed eis advance to price that me prohib itive of a profitable return, it in tlte, Hume way With other farm buying. The rale holds Rood when It cornea to :irll;nR. it is an unusual thing for n farmer In the midst ' of the KMieral liquidation of live stock that linn tak en place 'In recent, inoni lis, lo "sll :;leudy In the boai." and reru.-;e.":toMie driven panic Mti ii ken 1o n c(,iu.L' ttaJ Is obviously under auvihlnr Jikiv niftr inal 'condition:!, tune to end in disas ter. Put Met farmer who has not rushed all his live stock lo marlcel during the recent panic lo sell, who has done the right, thing and com lu lled the even tenor of his way, Is the farmer who is sure, in the end to make a prolii. Last week und the wuek before cat tle and hogs descended with wild pre. cipjtntlon lo new low levels partly ho vatise of the mad desire upon the part of farmers to get rid of what ihey hwd i.n the farrnti regardless of their mar ketable condition or value. All for iner records for receipts at the pri mary markets were broken ami the producers were completely at - the nwrcy of therhuyert?,'. MreaifvMibr' wo.r.igns rir(a'reacttt,rr'EHP it conies FOREST CONSERVATION. I'liless Tennessee fihall soon eslab lish a policy wisely conceived a lid as widely executed, there is p.oin,? to be an actual plnulage of limber in the utate. Originally Tennen.iee, area con ered, probably had the finest lot of hardwood timber in the entire Conn try. Dili waote and carelessness .have lost 113 millions of feet of timber and endanfceri d I tin supply neeemtry for 1 bf upkeep of Ihe buildings and fencm oh our farms. The problem of re t'orefitration is heconiing more and mow Rerlous the lunger II is neglect ed. ,Not only are our lands denuded 01' limber p'sufllng in a .shortage of lumber and w'ood hut the .effect of bare' hills has been felt. In our ever reuri Jntf , tlooda. Our hillsides are being washed away and soil erobioft is 'taking millions of tons of fertilizers from our lands, Not only, therefore, do ve owe it to ihe futuie timber sup' ply,,, but . to .the preservation of onr so.hi.W em barb upon 'a v. ise and '-cam prHwrisive policy i,t trloie.-.tration. . M fa We)l atato tyDf- 41-addov', -tin rtite oivnic(, thni Una" pTi.per u.h- of oud.woojllands of all' fl'ii and liie ree.lKmatloil of wasle l.mls are ininla lnrntal.; Very, few niijlje. economical uhm.M their, w'ooj lands., Instead of b(.in. a .S4iui'''e of prolii now and a guarantee of Income in the futur' they ur neglected and abused and leli? nothing. A few yearn ago one of the .reatrst pource f.f ihe st.df's ve;ilih war. the Ifirorr.A frnni iis luinher inrlusti lnr tHort h: been lately a henv falling fff in lumber production. ln';Vli! Tennessee produced 1. '.':':. (lOU.onil board (eel of lumber, in If'IS Tmihc irT produceil i'.I'.ii.imiu.uhu board feel, j list a bit over ha!f that or t'.ul'i. jThe profluclion of lumber in Teti'ies ie h;is bdil u ilnwnward trend since PH)'. - ; sd thoiiaatlds Of d elicit 3 '"'li Pet AisAt.cf theff fear that tliei'W wWiWlve WeiffnsV- ket at all for tlnir;li'fi'tlft-k( -n. 'When every one ' U iVT-linj? cattle and hogs and apparently trying to get "out of business" it is not a bad idea to bay. There will be almost if not quite the same demand net year that there ha3 been this year and tho years pa.it and the farmer is wise who "kepps libj feet on the ground" and refuses to he Swerved from the rouiv.e. (hat he would purine under normal conditions, it. is largely the speculator who are' (lie hardest 'jiff in the wild tluctuailons of the market. The legitimate farmer has had an ex ceedingly hard row to hoe the past two years, but if he sticks to business and continues Id "play the game" he may resl assured that when Hie pro ce:;s 01 readjustment is over his pro ducts will be in demand and at prices which will return him some profit on hia cost of production. The world is not coming to an end; at least there is no immgdiate prospect of uuch a dire i ontlngeuey and beef and porjt and their products will be in demand lor ages to evnie, Maury (ounty ia ideal' situated -for the most profitable meat production and it will be exceedingly unfortunate, fdi' the ( ounty if 'any considerable number of ihe farmers o the county should as a rer.ult of recent tint ward conditions in the liie liork markets, reduce lo any appreciable degree Mjeir flocks and herds. Cat t ) and hogs ami sheep can be grown profitably in Mad ry county if anywhere in the world they can he made to yield a margin over cost of production. That is a fact that has been demonslraled. unjust standardization hits northern New England very heavily. It Is my opinion the plain duty of all charRod with responsibility for this situation to deal with it, and at. once before fur ther financial disaster ensues, "Ah a friend to the wage earners, I venture to miggest that, they should cooperate with the railroad managers In f llminatlng Iho gross discrimination which now exists among wage earn era, accruing from the utter disre gard of Ihe purchasing power of mon ey In different acctlons and from the vital differenced in the time and labor requireim nt:t of jobs bearing the same name." ,. ' tv ': - " ' i nTIP:'TO. HARDINci I Home, Ga., Cews.) rfTonneajteii neivHpapers are 41 wing upon: Pjv'siJerit.eci. Harding the ap point nit nnM' Jr: II. A. Morgan, pres ident of l he the fniversliy of Tennes see ami for many years director .of iho eiiteimioii department of the ng licullnral collegia as sirlary of ag riculture. If Senator Harding desires to follow up the republican victory In Knnessee with ;n appointment that will convince ihe people of that state of his sincerity and thereby fof.ter continued friendliness for the republi can parly, he could do it in no bet U v way than by the appointment of l))'. Morgan as a member of his cabl nef. . A peculiar feature of iho endorse lie nt of Hr. Morgan by Ihe newspa pers of his :,tate i:i that none of them appear to know hi? political faith. He iVian eieibir pr-jillt'ht of the Vnlver- Mity. .up a .non-tihrtiri board m'f trim- MAY, WITHDRAW RESIGNATION AS JUSTICE PEACE CONSTITUENTS URGE HENDER SON E, AKIN, OF TENTH, TO RE . MAIN IN COUNTY CO.URT. WILL CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY OF CHURCH STATION METHODIST PLAN GREAT EVENT IN HONOR Or TH El R " CEN TENNIAL NEXT MONTH. DECLARE POSITION APPROVED .'PROGRAM WILL LAST FOR WEEK Squire Consents to Reconsider and If Majority Want Him to Remain He Will Not Quit Despite Physical Condition. teajlate. ' Matiy tdrtofr'W hW tdtMlfcfitfc'es arid wlihWuvrddV-rntioiof' hin paUiteal Incliifaf'ft.ii't Ills elecflon pwas 1ft a;'turirtsui-e't:ir.Hihi about, by .i.thp. Jrlsisteivce'of farmers rinil'bu.iioese men tliKaighoiit, ihe state who almost idolize him for his service to th.jir state. He is a f ariadlan by birth, bill has resided in ihe South en long that he is considered a Southerner "for the manor born, lie is a man of dominating executive force, bin at the name time lie han a personality of lliat. democratic nature that causes rnple in every station in life to Kie and follow him. If there should he any mistake 011 the part of Senator Harding in giving tills appointment to nr. Morgan it would lie in the eventuality that the people of Tennessee might resent, the drafting of Hie man who is doing and has done more for the state university I ban was done in half a cenlury be fore his connection with the institu tion. If he should be taken from Tennessee by the Republican admin isiratioii, the people might resent; it and punish the G. O. P. by returning to the Democratic fold. ABLE ADDRESS BY MISS LOUISE FARDIS (From Tuesday V daily ll iabl.) As the lenull of pressure from his constituent.! ii b probable fia th" resignation f lenders. ,n !!. Akin, as Justice' of the peace, from the teUih district, which he has heretofore plac ed In the Jimids of Judi'O Washington V.. Whilthonie, to be prescnleil to the quarterly court, will be withdrawn. Since (f was announced in The Herald that Mr. Akin had resigned Jiis con stituents have been lu sii ging him to reconsider and continue u yiwo the district. He has finally consented to hold up his resignation and if his con stituents ma he it plain thai tbej do not want him 1.1 1 out of the court and feel that they can serve tlu'ir in t crest:.!, be will not have it. presented. Mr. Akin';; friends have been to him in numbers and tt it ,1 him that regard less of hi.' recent a fillet fon which cotrt him his loot, t hoy want bun in the court anil will nee that be is. trans-1 polled from his h,,me to the couit house in Columbia evi ry 'time the (lUinterly court roPH; together. Ho says that while I.e feels that some one who enjoys better health and can get about better than be can would bo of omre. service to his district, if the people who have been so kind to him feel olherwise. he will yjeM to their wishes iii ihe matter. Friends of Mr. Akin deny emphut irally tlial the. recent, election could be coiii.tnied a; a condemnation of his ennr: e in Hie. county court on the road issue, but declare thai he has repre sented the will of the ma.njority of his constituents on that and other ques-1 tioiis before the court and that person- j al i:,r:a":i were rotnouriblo for the r.'-1 j suit of the oleclion. They also -late I that should ...Mr. Akin resign his suc cessor would on the issuer. Unit, have divided the court vote just as Mr. Akin has, .voted. ! When'eJ, cted in August, 101, Mr. lAkiii; had opposition for justice, of the . jieiice,(Jind'ino'.o of . bin friends have .stateiV that, if his repignat ion should take effect they would insist on 3i;verj of the. Noted Speakers fo the Church Will Be Here and Discuss the HiKtory and Polity of Tills Great Orfcanitatfon. I I 1 Mfcil!!!! v,, v FOi TODAY FRIDAY iFlMin Tuesday's Daily II. raid.) In ci ebl'a'ti.ili of the cent eliliial of the cslablh.hnierii of a. station of the :M! tlual;:;! cliui'cb in Columbia, appro-i pli.'ite exercisi'S will be held ill Janu ary at the' First .Methodist chinch, it is planned to have services that will last for a week and to bring here a number of the abb-si men and umitest speakers of Hutiihcru .Melhodisni to tell of the ii.ioiy the trials and the achievements of ihe church m.litant in the uilileiiiess of America. Mitiodi:;l pieiicbini. ,is done jn Coltii'iia and at fther fioiuls in .Mau ry county much e.iilier than lvjil, but Coliimliia was a part of a circuit until 1 hat year when n. was made a station. It is lo make proper observance of till", fact that the celebration is plan ned for nevt year. Among the speak ers it h planned to bring to Columbia on the occasion of the celebratjou is Perry J. ill add ill. III" difltingiHshcd lawyer and 1 hurehnian of Nashville, whose grand fill her was one ol the pioneer preachers of Maury count). The old church al I'i: gab, near Hampshire., ha-, ihe honor of being the mother of Methodism in county That church was established eniiy in lw: and haa been active and a live or'aniation since then main t ained as it is now and has been for several yea;;', a part of the Hamp shire and fro.- ; Bridges charge. This chilli !i in the rpring of l:i0, celebrat ed its moth anniversary wiili appro priate two days' cxorcisi m. The board of f-.tewards of the Fir.t church hero pag already resolved to bold this; ciieiii ai ion. but. Uie exadiSl? j date in January has not been T-eled-1 jjj ! ed. A program eommi;ee will ,e ap- j 5 I pointed and all the details worked 1 nt. I X j Jt had lieeil hoped lo hMo Ihe Celobia- tion ilin-iicr this vr'rt i" -.lin e 11, r, .iiii..ii A Reduction In Price of Every thing .in Our Christinas Department 1 being Maury j Hundreds of 'Gift. Articles For Kids and Grown-ups AH marked at Reasonable Prices Now We Offer An Extra Per Cent Reduction A. t I IF YOU S RE IT IN OUR AD, IT'S I 43 FORMER MAURY COUNTY TEACH ER IS HEARD WITH INTEREST .BY MOTHER'S CLUB. making liii.i his own successor. . 8110 DEATH OF BABY UNO HER ill? was made a station lull years uro last fletnhev Inn I'l. l- .,(' f(m,, ..,) i,, no.', t ly aiiproach of the holidays made It advisable to postpone the event until next year. STANDARDIZED WAGES. Onouif the ctrong indictments liiade iipalnsl organized lyl))r liaa been its effort to siandardlzii v,ae;en and there by r.iandai'di'.'.e uk n. The inevitable tendency of pollries ot this chiirac ter in to destroy individual initiative and enterprise. H place all mankind on the -anie level, giving to the itietri cient. the nei'licent and the time Uill- eis nnd the ilie.v perienced a reward j thai in iiiaiiy instances is ennal to that i nceied by ihose uho have a bi;',her I sense of loyally lo their emplox ei s .Hid who render a beller and more of I'eellvo service. The unions haw doie a rcal deal for the advain'einoni of Ihe laboring men, but their policy of .standardization' is not in harmony with the genius of our instittiiion--, or in keeping, with the spirit that , ha i made America strong and great. It often, .tends to prevent the adyanc, men of thai.? vvhoe rerviceg nnd tal; oiits, Reserve reward while at destioy:! Inirtfllivn tieranne of tliei verx- ftct (Fioiii Wcdrirsday's haily Herald.) The Mother's Club of (ilondale was i deliK'htfully iiiei'taiued by Mrs. lliuf. II. Fnvin at her home al Clendale on I Thaiikssiviny. Delicious refreshment.". ivno served. The featiiie of the nieeeinfi was n very instructive and exhaustive ad dress by Altss Fouise Karris, former popular-teacher in Columbia, on dia t' tic-. niie nave a riugomhe outline for a study cour-e and she eseiially recoiiiinended "h'eedin the family," by Rose. Miss I 'arris gave evidence of deep Hudy and research in her fid dress. The eon tilution and hv laws o.i' the j club wen- read by Airs. Hardin May I berry and adofileil. LATTER QUICKLY FOLLOWS OTH ER TO GRAVE AT SPRING HILL. SATURDAY'S RAIN WASJEAL SEASON FIRST GROUND SOAKER ' THAT THIS COUNTY HAS HAD IN SEV ERAL MONTHS. OB. FONTAINE MOORE TO BE BURIED TODAY I 'DOd, Dr. l iil'iell ' ,. Jl.!ui:,(,, I I, Wil'H'3..0.'-4,',npJ1-ll J.P.j!:d;:i. I' I;,; lr. A. it J.eLoaeh, Hr. Mnv Me.inin; , !' Ih'Pty !. dill, Hr. fieoive 1: i.i, eriiii,)',-. THE FUNERAL SERVICES EE 'HELD THIS AFTERNOON. WILL I ( Fir in Kalnrday's Daily Herali Mrs. Arthur M. Dodson, a?;ed thirty-one ears, wife of Martin . 1 only liol- son, died on Friday at their i : iil, no- in .1 brief 1 ' I 1 . -.-: of :i! (1)1 file ii;iit at s rAilo.-k ;';.;:";! Hill at't-?r !.:: ol utKiut two weeks. il'iy e ( iiin;; at Ii o'clock hei Dusky Devotees African Golf Pay Club Dues . "Fo' bills 1 : hoots," murmured a dtiEky devotee of African golf, ud he Federal Judge (ieorge W. Anderson, t fondld ihe eli. kmi' ivories, and ubis former member of ihe interstate com nieia e coiiiinisrioii, made some ef I wise and whaW-r.ome oliservntions In "a leeeni addrejis that must 1'omdiend themselves to all observers. Anderson denounced tin: scheme of pay if ik the same scyle of wages all over the county renai'dles of living condition", and the amount oT work re iiired of . men holding a job eariyinp the s:ini name, fjp tirt' ei that standard wape he ab.indonrd in tte inttieit or ipe ivoikirot men IVvo weeks o'd baby, (Jilbert II.,Hod fkjn died, and hi:' burial was delay ed liccaii. e 01' 1 1 i K-ry ci ilical iljne is of the niolher. . Tht-y will rest side by side hi the sair1 ea-.ket. 'lee luneral fa ('vices worn held Ih;;: afternoon tit iho residence ale! were coritlncieif by Itev. i-'. F. Ila.wt-s, viln the intei'ii'ent in the ,',r:n;.'. Hill (-.-lur tei v . Mrs. Hudson was a ileyoiil nii-niber of Ihe J Y.vbyiei i.iii ( bin i h ,,nd 1110. i highly c.;iei led by iil who kii".'. he-, She ha., exceptionally lane ciic! -t f friends in the : ;.i ..! Hil! si-ciion. For two .years she s'-rve I most Jiitcji ably as isi-u.-ist to tho postmaster of .S)i!'iiiK Hill. In ndditiou to be;- hti ben l sh" is i'iirvivr-d by her latin r and mother, Mr. and Mrs. I! If. Iti nce, four piteis, Mrr. Will Crant, Mrs. Frank i'laiuThier, Mis. Jack Ilor.e, all of f.prins Mill, Mrs. Crace 1'np'eri , , I nnd one binibrr, bw. il F.rure, r f N'ashvill Ai'vaiu'eieieils by ihe Miiiny liid'"1!' tiikinj: Coiiiiiin , C. S. I 'fen tic ' in "diai'Ke. ( From Monday's Daily lb r; .Sal ui'day's fine rain was the first ;.'found soaker that this county has had in move, than two months. No! sime Si-pis. n.ber ,11 has there lean a real, heavy, Hioroui.;li rain in the coun ty and wheat, rye and jn fact a"u Vl,K. elation was vcrv inuch in neeil of ii The win .;f crop has suffered some- J what by the la.'k of rain. In .some holds there has not bee n moisture ' enouph to brine, the' wheat up. The! crimson clover has not made if; usual 1,'i'OWht. because of I lie - cost iniinl dry weather, but if r. sponded at once taj Ihe rain and there is air. ady ;i i id cd 'improvement. , !f tb. -ie is no 'ursl '' lis i 7,n now for a f-i dais Hie f;iea' : and rye crep.i win Ket a irowtli sni 1 lii-ieiil to hold I in in in t he M'ouud ; .s ill II the freezes (io is illle. Hr i-Fi'lim Tuesday's Daily Ilrrald.) ( 1 Memphis, Coinnien iii!-A,ieal 1 Funeral services for Dr. Fontaine nee Moore, who died Saturday ni.cht afti r a brief the residence, alt i noon at II. illness, will lie 15:i:i 'inlon ave 1! O'clock. The REPORT FOR BASKETBALL PRACTICE MORE THAN FIVE CANDIDA! fS FOR EACH POSITION ON HIGH OCHOOl'sOUAD PHIS YEAR. ; this i'V. c. W illi.iuisoti. fiastor of the First sh vidian church, will conduct tbe 1 From F-islo ih Ira I II iMb I in".. da II rra Mcll..:,! 'liie In laid to dy will be eiiielrvy. aiuT honorary i.iall US mo;: of some of SOITiei res! in Flmwood 1 The list Oi' .Ict'lM beair-rs contain Hie the most piviiuinCn; citizens and pliy- ! sician.'. of Memphis nil 'of whom were int iiiisf' fr en Is of the dcci a.; i ne 1 Ii 'i" Dr. Moo; r .1 brief iilfe a ea "eer wlii l ies e ; in it ih : aff.- til';'' iu.t't ret:. kabP I I'i'-I 1" s mi!. ( siilS.-il d his many fr 1 ads fo Scores of fri''iivj c. ;.. coiiniif; a.-,, S. ':!!(! 1 Id h .i. i':.:i .'.1 tin' i.i'ili.al "l II'.",', e .ii : -. ' 1 1 It I 1 1 II. vl al t!i MATES OF POOR . HOUSE REMEMBERED ;k el '. mi ye: le t'i th :thv b I.iy lo a; i!es,':i",cd . the thi'ii' and to GOOD WOMEN OT W. C. T. U. SERVE DOUNTIFUL SPREAD THANKSGIVING DAY TO 22. w loov. and ln r iniaiii ! Urn-' ' .Moore, .;: 1 beanl iii.il ilor.il OHei'in 1 hoiiii' hy tvi. iid : ! the ( st( ( in in . ' iii'M hv Ids coil, ., j iirofession and H ,, I social life. ' Dr. Moore held chi la 11 v I. F V, 1 c sent lo-d inioni: Id', wool in the in c inoii;; ,e ( i ,. e I I .1.1 10 -1 -' s.i i 'Ian ', let 'ille ie e lo l.h sis of ,1 as leal . 's Hail.. Hi re b 1 'I ice Ii; ran al I '. Muauav Willi an erase ol inn:", t Ii. . 1 , Ve cainlidaie : ! ' :iil, liOSition Oil Hie airily :;lliiil, Included 01 tb., t'Aenf; ,.x m si u repoiled tor j,,;,, u-,',,,,;. 1 , s-e;i nil s c iiSili,). 101, slop ::i,l.!d, u is, (b feats ii eyer; inini, m tiy),t son. O.tlp'r nev m-;u are ,.v,(.(.e.! leppit for pr:i( tii.e hefoie the end the Iji'e.-enf woel.. U'.l'i this abundam.e of lnal.-ri'il . 1 s'.'liil it is ciiih el. f hat n strour; t 1 v. ill r .re. .cut. tb.s Jlisb Scboo!, msl -M'S'diil sfliclule will be anno, 11 - wsl'iiii tic uf-i'l few days. The hi t;:'m" v,'i!l !' lisyed will) the Hum. i!l Jul: ine-s 'ail j i-'ofti: I !i'!i School a F Nashville en ., 1 cf'inlK , 17. Helps In Murder Trail That Leads 1 To His Own Home pered to them i.il' Jo, dice, LIT Jo ter daddy. Cnn u dice UP Jo a 11; when 1 hits, 1 shoots d",.tl;i;, lookout liK!!C;5. 'cnuse 1'se j-eiiln' actlon"- .tiulfvo stuldf nlr und' without warniui; .Sam. ilbsiMil; I'os ci'-s bulged, and he er laiir.ef in a lerrilied voire "My flawd. ef it ain't j tor the chief nf ,"bee llf 'IuhH .' EXAMINATIONS FOfl inane ins way lo where one of fh, no g,.,,, games or me ...r-ason was ;ti prcirre"?. ami bad slipped i.p&n the f,nnie;;ters, tfiklnp thcui by rinpns?. .Fro The 'j T. I ', v the join Tb.-it'i;sj ion I , in Friiiav's D.niy II.-; 'hid W '-ilili n of t he lur '.1 ie the -o.id . .ani:;:1 sin. 1 .1 YV. t;;ti". t 1 I TEACHERS HEXT WEEK il"S of ihe e'.aidy pool' III iv Iii' Da. . 'I be;. b.el : :-.':, n--erl o.i- l! ,. ,1 Ca . ii jr .H'. c thii Mi'jk. d end easy, :-ud b---l'e,i-r- fte Hour tor tic ! pi id i ihe bides isdheied a mh im! lir for a1 i'lC Cfi,)si. l jie; of er,, i: ; ry , 111 e I b: il-'d Iiaill, Is'l.e.l chicken ,ith li b (I: es-, : in;; and ju'avy. cr.mli-rrv .sai.ee, rsi j l i.it, d I ' i i r.l" lii.li'.'d : ,.:e ! moi t . r . 1 mi nt I' I troet,!" mn. Aleos states anm dur Hie WOil.j WAY, ' C.isip . Al , h: h. I Ill- lllli.l 1 It--1 i : - .; of ": :on ie I he A Fie t;jl;(,;. t d was rt i car fs-iii- d ti. a i an 1 lb-o:o joldiijrs in MKIiiDI W r, :.:i ..,!,. ell ' 1 1 I :;i ( r Miss., .V.o. : 'id, son (,f "l ibis .in. i, );.-. i. v.eah set! In i ,r ,f. lav ! ;'. la ' i . tt- it i i e'l . M r. in , t-vimo oi piuporal t.i a-.! the tlooi t lie uisr es " and !iifiiri'iii:d ml surd the labor uiikin cure a standardization of working con ditions. i - Com inuiiic, .lud?e Anderson raid: Tie llicm .were still squatted on j Miile otherj steed with ,M i feiKiied air of innocem e. none ol the! 1, however, denied the charge that they hail, been , wooinn .lame folium- and! DOTH HIGH AND ELEMENTARY COURSES TO BL GIVEN ON FRI DAY AND SATURDAY. Da. i From itur.bn ': There will be an aitibcial standardization . l ther niti. Sons of Ham. were taken n... .,.i ... . ,..,.u wiivies on a. mere nuiiiey basis, that M, to Ihe judice station where fin wave ,.,,.,.,,-, ,,!rh ..j,,,,,, ,,,,, , n-snrriiess ol money iiurciia.- ini; power i assessed a.l iinv, a considerable ... cry. pot. i toi : pi lies. Is I t put on F lin .It', I till-"" : tol D.-.-r.nd Mi et ;. let iri h. salads. iti ; otVei-. and t te ns toi'.-h. e-e i : 1 1": i iii vailous sections :itid of the qurin-; .miount to lb. . chei;uer of tb- city. ,;,v n -;t Tenneru now produces niu. h less in ami fjiiaiiiy oi service required of ; !!!iceis takin-; part in the rji.l timber each year than she consume-. such r.ipl..y. i as nation ap.entH and j were chief of Police Peyton r.ml Pa -Finest fires are one of Ihe greatest ! frelph handlen in latfe overworked J frolmcn Iliht and Staci. oiwmiea to tlmb.-r growth. The pvi-j sect ions, as cn:ninte. w it ti small st l j ' . pP of Tennessee should rfaliz iholtlons in will, h th luisint s? Is l.tnli , T he ir. aest t,nie averisre of tbo pit id ftpansp of d.lmnr.e rauser! annn- j e I to two or tliren hour a itny, ruinof season on the grand circuit was 2 n0 ally by nria in ine tooaa. ne jiisuiuyi. i nis iturriy un?ounu ilia at 1 oieifn s acrond meeiir.c Heisbl) ,,,,-ia ca!iiitiatien for th- y o-i ''I- ii h i'ti I lis h School on liidiv ;md Salui' Mi !: i and !! .Hid ellil ' We-'e e'- ! io ether j,,e, j j .,. i Mis. .'. V. M.ele. Mil aim: , hi i 'I i no. ill.' I'. Ih,.'. ,.. and li in i ai v ol b H .tea- 1 1 I'.il' Ir ., Til : ii- ; , lis. ;;..! , i .l.oces I. A.ldi. fuller es Ms-!- ,d l.-s Ih'ssla;, a:i 1 Colninbii, .1 " " ".nt mil"'? snaioua I - "r ihe Pr, lb. if I lio il'-lll'd e)l :-.,de. (!,. '" '"'. Lew is, .Morris, I'-"-'' l"i :... Miner v, a '.- J' ai ,1 nil I, ''ani... sod v.i.l F lo a, so,, an : 1 a- o ii I r .: - Hi. !eude I I :( '.V. al l i, u, D .o ih t, I . hr I i t unity for men and . rrijcure Thi'i w i'l hf tbe la ,r -p-ior-:-ser;,l n'ouths for ycua? .omen v. bo want to le.-eji to sriif'-.ies. S','Mrij t':id?:it an','" . a Tel i Tail" snd i: ! to C !ef: ; d i "r cr.r jt.'raham nn ei ib m to fake ad. in'a's. ! of this chance to procure certiSe.-.t'i N'a teaciicrs I j ' !f they e..fct to t. nih. wiil be employed it hem a certilicat?. pi ,-. pin.. i V.h.l" lille; spread Dr t'evf. oaal. ly reinii.. mates- w ei- I .'.iint 0 nt rep.s-t. Thii" i re t sr!." t i o s Tv. .1 the 4i elb-nt dinner and all male happy and ths-nkful. il l Swia l rlllei Iv t:.s'. ie I.. , i,e du ti ,) - I el- id tic in njov fli ir n l:;ol v- .til i v.'.i -:-.'. ei quiet Will H Dr. V lull. rland I'm", s t :i,:.-. Carina Vim-;.- an.! Ise Al i e rorii.sinf ' Mil' S i c ' Fian I. V si ill e. 1,'s.ii o Hil. 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