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1 ? THE COLUMBIA HERALD t FRIDAY. DECEMBER 10, 19 20 SHORT COURSE ATTRACTS MUCH INTEREST HERE rrv . . BELIEVED THAT HUNDRED OF COUNTY'S FARMERS WILL AT TEND TWO DAY MEETING. LIVE STOCK EXPERTS HERE Those . Interested In Dairying Will Find 'DtCu8ion of Problems Most Beneficial Reports of Council Work Bs Made. (From Wednesday's Daily Herald.) Became, of the Bteadily increasing intereat manifested in the dairy in dustry it is expected that , the farm ers short course, to be conducted here Monday and Tuesday, December 13 and 14 will be largely attended by the owners of dairy herds. Specialists from the United States department of agriculture, and from the division of extension at Knoxville, will be here to discuss the most modern and scientif ic methods of dairying. President J. F. Porter, of the coun ty council of agriculture, has written to County -Agent McLean urging that he get as many of the farmers of the, county to attend the (two day session here aa possible. A ruost interesting, - program has been'UiTahged for 1ol;h days and the discussions . of vital problems will prove inspiring and most beneficial to those who hear them. On Monday J. C. McAmls will dis cuss soil fertility and liming, and in view of the largely increased acreage of crimson clover and alfalfa sown in this county, this should prove a most interesting discussion. At 11 o'clock on the same day C. A. Hutton, dairy specialist will discuss dairy cows and their feeding. W. I,. Clevenger, of the United States department of agri culture, will speak at 2 o'clbck Mon day afternoon, discussing the making and marketing of dairy products. C. C. Flanery, live stock specialist, will discuss beef cattle and how to feed them. , Tuesday's session will bes opened with 'an address by President J. P. Torter at 10 o'clock. This will be fol: lowed by the reading of the report of the secretary and treasurer, A. E. Murp,hy, Addresses will be delivered by Dr. C. A. Keffer, of th$ division of extension, and Miss' Margaret " Ambrose. TWENTY SEVEN BABIES MAKE PERFECT SCORES f r-i ' REMARKABLY F!NZ LOT YOUNG STERS WAS DISPLAYED IN BETTER BABP SHOW. (From Monday's Daily Herald.) Twnty-seven out of fifty-seven ba bies examined at the better baby show here last week scored 100 per cent or perfect, which is considered a remarkable showing. Dr. E. L. Bish op and Miss Nesbat were assisted in the scoring by Miss Erastus Crabtree and Dr. Watt Yeiser and two nurses from the hospital. To make 100 per cent the child must "come within one inch in height and one pound in weight of the standard height and weight for its age, com puted in months. This table is the standard and used all over the United gtates i " i I :"U$4 ' List of 100 per cent babies Nannie Mitchell, Groveland; Margaret Den ton, route G, Columbia; Charles Car ter, route 6, Columbia; James Frakes, Columbia; V. A. Dale, Jr., Columbia; Rebecca Sheddun, Willianisport; Mar garet Knox, Columbia, route 7; Will J. Haywood, Gene Whitsell, Algeo Fleming, J. C. J. Johnson! Columbia; Donnell Brooks, Hampshire; V. J. Howard, Jr., Eugene Krwin, Columbia; Elizabeth Orr, route 10, Columbia; Vivian Whitsett, Mary Masoh, John Tulloss, Jr., Kwing Frakes, Marion Latta, Columbia; Jack Foley, Brook lyn, N. Y.; James Huffman, Columbia; Jobin Cranberry, Jr., Columbia; Mar garet Murphy, Cullcoka; Evan Mc Lean, Columbia; Marshall Smith, Co lumbia. Some children wore too lange which scored against them, as well as under weight '.'. ' Miss Neabit will return the middle of January for a lecture to the moth ers of the county. Anther clinic will bo held In March. Mothers are re quested to keep cards t hut will be sent them In the next few days and bring them when Miss Nesbit returns, with results of efforts in the mean time. Those in charge are delighted with the success of tlf contest. GEORGIA IS AFTER GAME WITH PITT FOR 1921. PITTSFUHG, Dec. 7 Jimmy De hart, captain of the 1919 University of Pittsburg football squad, was in the city yesterday trying to arrange a game between Pitt and the University of Georgia. Pehart was one of tho gridiron coaches at Georgia during the past season. Important WtS Mnnnl, I 1 , . , 1 , V . -J ( V l ' ' rCJ U1 Is Now Open All sew Are Invited to Invitation to All m Our Bank extends to every man, woman and child, in our city and community, a cordial invita tion to come in and join our new CHRISTMAS CLUB. This is the most popular plan ever devised for having money next Christmas and enables those of small means, those in moderate circumstances and also business men to lay aside .money by systematic deposits each week. . f pii jpftf;; OrT-: To Join Is Easy-No cost, qb dues, no "red tape. Look at the Tables below and select the Club you wish to join, lc,' 2c, 5c, 10c, 25c,j fc0$ j$l $2, $5 $10, $20 or more and come into our Banic with the first deposit. We will enroll you as a member of the Club and give you a pass book showing the money deposited. That is all there is to it. How To Have Money Next Christmas EVEN AMOUNT CLUB PLAN Come Join in and CjIiJJV E la ! fit-1 138 1 ES3 SI I lit IP PI II D Deposit lc 1st week, 2c 2nd week, w y LU D Increase lc each week in 50 weeks 2 a HI lip Deposit 2c 1st week, 4c 2nd week. ULUD Increase 2c each week in 50 weeks 1 n a p I HQ Deposit 10c 1st week, 20c 2nd week IUVULUU 50 G LU B Depksit 50c each weekin 50 01 PI II D Deposit $1 each week in 50 Ql ULUD weeks CO 01 IID Deposit $2 each week in 50 OZ ULUD weeks INCREASING CLUB PLAN $ 12.75 25.50 RfPI DDePsit5c 1st week, 10c 2nd week. HQ 7C J U L U U Increase 5c each week in 50 weeks Qui I U 107 cn Increase 10c each week, in 50 weeks J y PLAN OF THE CLUB The plan is simple: In the Increasing Clubs you begin with a certain amount, lc, 2c, 5c or 10c and increase your deposit the same amount each week. In ihtEven Amount Clubs you begin with a certain amount, 25c, 50c, $1, $2, $5, $10, $20 or any amount and deposit the same amount each weekv '- BANK some money regularly every week That is our plan. "STo-ul "A7iXl Receive 3 $ 12.50 $5 25.00 SIO 50.00 $20 100.00 SI 00 EVEN AMOUNT CLUB PLAN Deposit $5 each week in 50 weeks Deposit $10 each week in 50 weeks.. Deposit $20 e a c h week in 50 weeks Deposit $100 each week in 50 weeks. . $ 250,00 500.00 1,000.00 5,000.00 MONEY EARNERS Join Now and have money next Christmas. You will never miss the money you deposit each week, and at the end of fifty weeks, which passes quickly, you will have a nice sum in our Bank available for your Christmas, or start a eegular account to help buy a Home, Educate the children or go into Business for yourself. COME IN AND JO IN TODAY IPer Cent Interest 0 . B. GREENLAW, President GEO. E. McKENNON, Cashier mgi3n:m1 1 1 NO EVIDENCE OF HARD TIMES IN MAURY COUNTY COLUMBIA MERCHANTS ENJOY EXCEPTIONALLY FINE CHRIST MAS TRADE HERE MONDAY. HUNDREDS OF SHOPPERS HERE People Flock to Columbia from Every Section of Maury and Adjoining Counties and Make Liberal Purchas es of Holiday Goodies. (From Tuesday's Daily Herald.) Columbia lnwhanta enjoyed an ex ceptionally fine day's trade here Mon day. The city was filled with visit ors from all over this county and front the adjoining counties of Hickman, Giles, Ix?wis, Lawrence, Marshall and Williamson. The crowd unlike the u Ual first Monday gathering here, had a largp proportion of women in it. They came through a rather had day to trade and when they got here they traded, with the result that business in all lines was brisk. Almost with out exception the merchants report a most satisfactory day of it. Due of the host farmers in the coun ty summed up the situation in this county in these sensible words: "Kvery time we have any business depression in the country, and I have lived long enough to see seveial, I have a higher appreciation of the blessings that we enjoy in Maury coun ty. Except In tho comparatively few cases where men have speculated on too small a margin in land or stock, our farmers are not seriously hurt. I We are not a one crop county and. therein lies our salvation and that is why Columbia always enjoys prosper ity. tis true I am getting.migMy lit t!fe for what I sell, less than it cost to produce it, but my. smokehouse is full of meat, my cribs bursting with corn, hay rick's -and hay . 'lofts hold abundance of hay and we have more canned goods than we can use in two years, with potatoes and apples put away for the winter.. So far as our living is concerned we won't know the difference. Then even if we did not- sell much corn and cattle our side lines of eggs and poultry would give us spending money. Take a close neighbor of mine. She sold worth of turkeys this fall. They have a liv ing for a year put aside and when it comes to a scratch thut $;!00 will clothe and shoe the family and pay the taxes. It won't buy any luxuries, but they won't suffer. "I tell you right now, our folks don't appreciate the best section of the best country upon which the sunlight of heaven shines. Hut I know how it is.1' PAYMENT WHEEL TAX CONTINUES LIVELY DURING THE FIRST SIX DAYS OF PRESENT MONTH TAX HAS . BEEN PAID ON 57 VEHICLES. That the publicity given by The Herald to the action of the grand jury in probing the non-payment of wheel tax is having a stimulating effect upon the payment of this tax is evi denced by the records In the office of County Court Clerk Lipscomb. Huring the first six days of the present month the wheel tax has been paid upon thirty-two wagons, twenty three buggies and two automobiles; bringing the total number of register ed vehicles in the county to 7,106, di vided, as follows: Buggies, 3,.140; wagons, 2,300, and automobiles, l,7fifi, the Ux proving, one of the county's largest sources of revenue for road purposes. . , BITES DY MAD DOG FATAL TO LITTLE GIRL PHYSICIAL HELD FOR OPERATING A STILL Tl'LLAlIOMA. Tenn., Dec. T.-Elsie May Floyd, the 7 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Floyd, who was severely bitten by a dog affected with rabbies, died Saturday afternoon. The child had been udder Pasteur treat ment, but the wounds ni the face were so deep and unavoidable delay in get ting the spnim. was too great to over come. When the little girl was at tacked by the dog. the mother seized the beast and held it by the ears while the child killed it with an axe. Her?ld Cheap Column Adt Pay. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Dec. 7 Dr. J. W. Morgan, well known local physician, was held to the United States grand jury here today by Com missioner Sam McAlister- on the charge of owning and operating a dis tillery, it being charged that a com plete still and about one thousand gal lons of mash were found on his property. The harbor of Zanzibar, considered the finest natural harbor on the east coast, of Africa, Is to be improved and fully equipped with up-to-date appli-ences. Herald Cheap Column Adt Pay. RAILROAD FORCE CUT DOWN HERE BY NEW ORDERS TRAIN DISPATCHER'S OFFICE WILL BE TRANSFERRED FROM COLUMBIA TO NASHVILLE. MANY FAMILIES MUST MOVE Mr. Reynolds and Force Will Also Be Taken to the Capital City Said to Be in Interest of Economy of Operations. (From Wednesday's Daily Herald.) Radical changes, which affect Co lumbia more than any other point, will be made in the operation of the Ix)uisville & Nashvile railroad to be come effective on December 15. On that date, according to present plans, the division 'train dispatcher's office here will be abolished and the i'orce transferred to the office at Nashville. Altogether under these plans some four or fiive families will be moved from Columbia. Practically every family that will be changed by th? order owns a home here and is close ly identified with the life of the com munity. Not all of the familie-i will move for the present but their heads will report for duty in Nashville next week. The dispatchers office will send four expert dispatchers from Colum bia and hereafter the train orders on the lines operated from here will he given from Nashville. Much regret Is expressed among the people of Co lumbia over this new move for eccn my. Not only will i' rH-,u!t in t.tk ing many fine families from the city, but. it will make the Columbia railroad station much loss important than it hu:i been. At a largely attended meeting of the citizens cf Columbia and Mt. Pleasant, held this afternoon at the Bethel Hotel, a strong protest was en tered against the action of the rail road in abolishing the office of train dispatcher at Columbia and the remov al of the force from here to Nashville. The meeting petitioned the railroad management to rescind the order. Mr. Brant, of the railroad, heard the delegation, giving most courteous at tention to the spokesmen. He replied that it was purely a business matter; that by the change the railroad would save $1,0C0 a month and that with bus iness very dull and getting worse this was an economy that could not be overlooked. He assured the delega tion that the service would not be in any way impaired. In the 4,700 grade crossing accidents which occurred to motorists during in the United States, 1,282 per sona were killed and 3,5.13 injured. Commercial motor vehicles entoiing Croat Uritain are exempt from duty. Passenger cars and chasslcs pay 33 1-3 per cent ad valorem duty. For the month of September. Ger nii'ny sent to Creat Uritain lit! com pletely equipped commercial motor vehicles. Meraio Oheip Column Ada Pay. ?r. nn ... M-s. i trst i MMry National 56? .4: .Its a pity that many cf our young men work so hard to earn money and then spend most of it foolish-$r It ,I,itVirtlf rt 4Un..nU A Jl .y. 'J wv"-iJi tJ uiuugiiL lUillUl I I3n . , 2fi ul Today is a eood day to m3ki resrlvt ihat I VJLm',1 Cqvi". at 1oct o narf rt lUa . A . 1 i "V 'UJI I'ai I Ul Hit UJU1JC yiu WCJIKCU SO U: hard to earn. Our officers will encourage you and rive vou :: neipiui assistance. H. re you Find , lr s. rvi L- is Courtesy an.) :it vour C..r,i;..:it.- Service V !A?!v !AT A. !. i"t f 1 1 " our Mink is llie hr-st h"inl tor you. All liramln-s of Hanking.