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THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER '10, 1920 i:tincui vV .v.-- iirVfl ft BS Ka 11 M Kl.H M H' Ml IIS " il mm ; iMf Of. Ifir IPC : "IS MV 8,51 IB fcf ilflTl nf -- It fl niHl turn w J.n.inrn urn i i. yi, JIJiWWJi JiMIM l u d . .JjL...J'j. . Q- ...j in tain imrf- We are determined not to carry over a single piece of merchandise. Everything must be sold regardless of cost. We are giving our customers the op portunity to buy goods at pre-war prices. In fact your dollar will go as far during this sale as before the great war. Do not buy before you have given us a look. Below find a few of our prices. We have hundreds of other bargains that we haven't space to mention. Compare these prices. Come w h 3 1 r Mm Ifal a A-jj Jui. wi . a. cwk. kfl siek r 1 Ladies9 ieaiH- GdAP-Ginghan8 Ladies Hose . ... Iflp Oyepperd bleach- L.. 98C f 00 Me" $12.50 S"36-10C Per, yard.... IUl Per pair LSU cd or unbleached per yard... UUli And Up " incnes wiae di per yara... ; IUU 3cdDMllef26 IE l WaCT e?dq Bf GraeCCico Ijjr eS $. VK1S and Pats ' JJg MJ indies wide per yard I Ju d3 Chine Waists $6.50 values .tf3 At per yard luu m - ,IWU ' IIIIIMIIIIIIIIWI Ill Willi cPcXiacwide Jj 40c Lis ad D5 Q LadieSCalS ' S7i8 SfffK. 85C P T $4.98 K iS. $4.47 " -------- Ail Up A"d u'' : ; Wo wai. colors: . Ladies m O.niaS GUS 24 Udje'. llw,l$10 Sw.t, JJg I J $1.49 $1.93 fndTanslg pair" 53.98 ga!.:. 15c 1 : -38c 1 88c j ...... 69c gffffSr: $1.98 1 KSglP i .. 4 ,;i . . ; - Men's $1.50 Work Shirts flCn Men's $3.00 Overalls - T1 QC . a . B . . At U0U Sorr ' -Don't Forget the Place and Date December The 10th M 819 South fiftain Street Columbia, Tenn. MANY THOUSAND DOLLARS GIVEN FOR EDUCAT DUT FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS OF CIT IZENS COUNTY WOULD BE UP i , AGAINST IT. of tho amount I hat- is probu'ily lcs.-s tliau llio. sum really is, has l.'ocn ob tained. Not lcr.s than fCOOO will bo misod this school term for teachers salaries, for libraries and for minor improve ments by the citizens of various com munities. More than $1,000 of this sum is expended for additional teaeh- ! ers' or to supplement Inadequate pula I ries duo to the fact that the county I educational board must limit its ap- pvopriations. - ' Schools, where from private purses TEACHERS SALARIES PARTLY PAIDjth fia!alies of tearher l aid b t,,e j county are supplemented include Over $4X00 Is Given by a Few Commu- j Spring Hill, Culleok.a. McCains, Sulli nities for This Purpose Alone and I van. Enterprise, Mt. Joy, Woodrow, ; Others Give Large Sums for Addi-1 Taylorvillc, Hampshire and Isom. tions and Improvements. There ire doubtless others, but the ( j iiKRregate amount raised at these (From Wednecday's Daily Herald.) -hoola alone for additional salaries Even with the twenty five per cent j rwwt over ? 1,000. Culleoka leads inereaao in salaries that was guaran teed by. .the county court, the county board of education would not bo able to "0t by" at all with tho expenses o,' some of the schools if it wen- not for the voluntary contribuliona of cit izens. In many communities. All of the funds with which salaries of teachers are supplemented and teachers in addition to those employ ed hy the county board are paid, are not necessarily reported to the board. with private subscriptions for salaries of between $1,70') and $ 1 .sod per term. At Enterprise the citizens have, in aiblition to their supplement to sala ries, raised the greater poition of the j xpenses ol nnililini; an extra room, j Nearly every schorl in the county ! raises from $21 to .fan for libraries ami improvements. At Ml. Pleasant the citizens have contribued several j hundred dollars to equip a cafeteria. ! The above figures take no account Theyare expended by local commit- j "f th" tons of thousands of dollars sub tees which raise them.' It is therefore j pf '''ed by citizens of various commn hard .to got au accurate statement of ! l'tios fl"' lh" erection of buildings :'!)! all theso funds, but an approximation GRIFFIN JOHES CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO. West 7th St., over D al Thomas Columbia, Term, which will be largely expended ditr-i in?; the coming year. Even with tie twenty live per cent guaranteed by the ouiity court. :.nd which i ; no' taken care of in isihool levy in I'u'l b(ause no calculation was made l'.r the twenty-Five per rent that goes t the citizens of Columbia and .VI. Pleasant, the schools could not be up- IK YE GLDEN TIME Hoop ekirts were worn by. 'hose who first asked the dmrist for, and in sisted on fmvinn tliri mWm Golden rM&WMr& Medical tfKftSftJ D scoverv put up by Dr. Fierce over fifty years ago. Dress has changed very much since then! But Dr. Pierce's medicines contain the same de pendable ingredients. They are standard today just a3 they were fifty year,3 ago. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for the stomach and blood cannot be surpassed by any remedy today. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscrip tion for weak women has never been equalled for the distrDssing complaints incident to woman hood. What others say: Covington, Ky. "I have taken five bottles of Dr. Picyce's Goldaii Medical Discovery and am proud of my gocd health. Every whlc-r I would have three or four spells of La Grippe and I used to get such weak spells, but I am stronger now than I ever was in my lifi" Mrs. Ida IIii.es, 1332 Kanklick S'jeet. RTER URGE ERS SHORT URSE LEADING SPECIALISTS IN AGRI CULTURE Or STATE AND NA TION TO BE HERE. M'LEAN WRITESMAURY FARMERS Asks That All Interested in Farming Hear Discussions at County Council Headquarters Here Monday and Tuesday. (From Tuesday's Daily Herald.) It, is expected that every member of the county council of agriculture, and hundreds of other Maury county formers, who are non-members of the organization will attend the farmers short course in agriculture to be hel l at the council headquarters on Mon day and Tuesday. December 1" and 11, President ,T. F. Porter, of the conn ! ty council hus written County Afcenl K. A. McLean, urging that he call at ilejiiion of tlie farmers to the benefits ' f; be derived from the hort course, i In turn Mr. McLean has written an : open letter to the farmers of the conn- ty, which with President Porter's let ! ter attached follows: j To members of county council and j other:;. I I an: transmitting herewith letter from .1. F. Porter, president of Maury oivted as they are with county taxes alone. Gained Ten Pounds Bejora Taking Z I RON, Alabama Man Was Weak, Nervous, Had No Appetite, But is Now Strong. O BIRTHS. ft stSDseiffXiioiaai v VERY man and woman, who Is In f j a run-down, weak condition, with bad complexion and poor appe tite, dus to lack of iron in their blood, rhould find Ziron helpful and strength fcuilding. It la a scientific, reconstructlre tonic, eoroposed of ineredients lreommonded ty leading medical authorities. Describing his experience with Zlron, ?tr. George W S. Lanier writes from Jones, Ala.: "Sometima back, I was in a terrible condition. I was weak and rerTous. nd had a tired feeling all th Urn. My akin waa muddy. I bai no appetite, and at morning I didn't feel like getting up. I was reading of Zlroa aad decided I would try it . . . "Will say that Zlron Is a good medi cine. I have gained tea pound3 in four months. Am strong and have a good appetite." Zlroa is a mild iron tonic, good for roans and eld. It helps to restoro the system, when run down by over work, undernourishment, Caused by stomach or bowel disorders, or as a remit of some weakening Illness. Get Ziron from your druggist II seiu it on a money-back guarantea 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. OaMey, of Car . t"V's "ree'.;. s;r. the pr-'ii 1 parents en a ten and thtoi'-'inarter pound bahy igirl. Sa; ah Klir.abi th Oakley. The l:!'le Miss arrival on the fourth of ' Pec.eiibfr. j .:; t i; tiir.c to hai-g up her Istoekii: for v.M Santa t'laa.s. Mi:;s AII;. Wi.Lrnv. of ML Pleas act. left this morning for Murfre t attend the .Iame.--i;;r!iso:'. wediin,. ?liss Aiiie nil! be maid of hr.or tor her friend. MiJs R"! ee -a Harrison, who is to rm.ny Allan Jair.p. of Nashville, Thursday 'after noon at o'clock. Herald Cheap Column Ads Pay. eo'iety council, which is s-df-explana ! tory. And in thi; coene-tion I wish I fn in' ;" ? on to eoeie and bring your ! neighbor ami friend ;. This, the first shoil coi:rse of agriculture under the auspices of t!ie county council, de serves your hearty co-operation in making it the greatest success. AVo nen are espicially invited. Yours vry truly, K. A. M'LEAN". County Aaent. ! Mr. K. A. McLean. Co::r.'y Auent, Co luri'':n, Tennesre. ! Dear Sir: Owinz t th" short time ' ii! t;l the annual mcetine of the county j council of aHcuPuro and acricultu j 1 il .-hoit c:,iir.--e. jt is all important that yon not:f .- the entire meniber ' s! ip by tetter, urging them to com. : an ! bring th"ir neighbors and friends, a.', we desire fail co-operation in plan t.ing p.'-t y-arV work. Please see 'that due pii'ijfity is civea this meet : ins at once. ( The following is the proposed rro- j eram for this meeting: I December 13. I 10 a. m. Soil fertility and liming " J. C. MeAmis, specialist in agronomy. 11 a. m. Dairy cow and feeding 1 0. A. Hutton, dairy specialist. 1 p. m. Swine production C. C. Flanery, live stock specialist. 2 p. m. Making and marketing dairy products AV. D. Clevenger, specialist. 3 p. m. Beef cattle and how to feed C. C. Flanery, live stock specialist. December 14. 10 a. m. Opening by president coun ty council, J. F. Porter. 10 ::'.() a. m. Report of secretary and treasurer, A. E. Murphy. . 10:45 a. m. Address on county council work Prof. C. A. Keffer. 11:30 a. m. Woman's work in coun ty council Miss Margaret Ambrose. 1 p. i.i. Report from chairmen com mittees and general discussion. A'ery truly yours, J. F. POUTER, President Maury County Council. MRS, R, P. GILLIAM ENTERS INTO REST DIES UNEXPECTEDLY AT HOME AT PAP.KS STATION FUNER AL SUNDAY. SCHOOL HOLIDAY WILL BEGIN ON FRIDAY, DEC, 24 PUPILS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL NOT RETURN TO DESKS UNTIL JAN. 3. (From Monday's Dailv Herald.) Mr . Rebecca P. Ciliiam, aged sixty six years, the wife of T. F. Gilliam died unexpectedly at 1 1 o'clock Fri day night at her home in the Parks ; ed, as soon as the arrangements were Station community. Coming'as it did. I completed for defraying the expenses County Superintendent Instructed by Board of Education to Request Ad vertisement of Securities As Soon As Preliminaries Finished. (From Tuesday's Daily Herald.) Schools will be dismissed in the county on Friday, Dec. 24, and will not resume their sessions until Mon day, January 3, giving the teachers and pupils a full week's holiday for Christinas. Action to this effect was taken by the county board of educa tion at its session on Monday. This applies to all of the schools under the jerisdict on of the county board of education. In addition to fixing the holidays and the payment of accounts tho board disposed of a heavy calendar of business. County Superintendent Graham was instructed and authoriz- FREE BUYING IS FEATURE OF THE MARKET HOW INDICATES, DECLARES ' JOHN T. WOOTEN, THAT BUSINESS DE PRESSION ONLY 'TEMPORARY. t PREPARING FOR BONO ISSUE VALUES AT THE LOWEST POINT Merchants Realize That the Prices at Which They Are Obtaining Staples Cannot Be Any Lower Next Spring. Is Back From Chicago. Mrs. Gilliam's death was a distinct shock to her family and friends. Mrs. Gilliam was a consistent mem ber of the Christian church and was widely known and beloved throughout the community in which she lived. Pesidrs her husband, she is surviv ed by one daughter, Mrs. Adella Wlrte. of Pryants Station, nnd two sons. V. F. Gilliam and Lovis Jl. Gil liam, of Purks Station. Th? fueneral was conducted at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at the Phila drlphia Christian church by Elder Gaine,-. of Fayetteville. Interment was in the church cemetery. The Maury Undertaking Company in charge. Mr. find Mrs. Gordon Dennett, of Nashville, and Miss l'slie MeCarty, of Vanderbilt University, spent Sun day with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mc'rty. of the sale, to ask Judgo Whitthorne, of (he county court, for the issuance of the school bonds. Honds have already been executed by Culleoka. McDowell, Porter's. Cross Mridges, McCrory's and Rally Hill schools for the payment of their pro portionate expenses of the bond is sue that will be made. Just as soon as the other communities which are to share in the proceed.) of the bond issue have made the necessary bond, then Superintendent Graham will make formal request of County Judge hi'thorne that the kitter advertise the school bonds for sale. Even if the money market is close (From Friday's Daily Herald.) John T. AVooten, of the Maury Dry Goods Company, has returned from a business trip tp Chicago. Mr. AVooten attended whole sale and manufactur ers clearance sale held in tho AVIndy City and while there ho acquired some of the finest bargains that ho .has ever had the good fortune to obtain. These woTMlerful values, that Mr. AVooten se cured by being on the grounds, will bo offered to his customers here. Mr. Wooten obtained prices on many staples that are low er even than the spring quotations. He purchased largely of staples and will' make prices on them that will ho even helow the prices at which the goods can he du plicated in the spring. That the merchants of the country are taking a much more optimistic view of the financial and business sit uation was Indicated, declared Mr. AVooten, by their presence jn increas ed numbers in the markets. They are buying now more liberally than they have purchased at any time this fall. Two factors contribute to this situa tion. In the first place they have be come convinced that slackening in buying and business"' depresalon Is , only temporary and shortly Will dis appear, and also the realization that nothing is to be gained by dry goods nnd furnishing houses in waiting un til next spring to make purchases, be- r.o difficulty is anticipated in making fcau"e the prices are as low and per Mr. and Mrs. L. A". Vos.s and Miss Marie A'oss left this morning for St. Petersburg, Florida, where thy will make their home. sale of these bonds as they are unus ually attractive. In their interest rate and exemption from taxation they constitute a f.nr investment. It is known that some of them will be pur- i chased locally. haps actually lower will be at that time. now than they It has been reckoned that a single pair of sparrows and a nest of young ones consume about three thousand insects in a week. A Pritish engineer has developed a method for saving the loss duo to ! . scrapping old automobiles by build-1 Prof. AV. P. Morton, principal of tho Ing up the worn parts by electrode- public schools of Springfield, was a position, visitor to old friend here tcxlay.