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.u.V',',CV&V. TTfTP rnt .TTMBTA" TTEPAT.D TTRTTlA V. TANUARY 2lriQ2I "V '
rS It's a pity that mmy of our young men work so$ Ife hard to earn.maney and then spend most of it foolish- .y. ly without a thought of tomorrow .- - Today is a good day to make resdvt 'that you j$ ik will savt at least a part of the, money you worked so 'A hard io earn. ,; v : 5& ' Qur pfiicirV.(wiirvenTO feive. you g helpful iasistancc.'"- ; - - . .,,:;fl Here you Find Courtesy and. V Cordiality ..:.:. '' Oat Service i ,u. at your , Service Ma.bo our Bank is the best bank for you. ' AU Branches of Banking. BOTTOM REACHED BUSINESS GOING BAGKTOIORMAL THAT IS TH BELIEF AMONG THE SHO MEN OF NATION. EX PRESSED AT CONVENTION. VETERAN DEALER HERE TALKS W. W. EVANS" RETURNS FROM NA tional Meeting at Milwaukee Full of Confidence lh trie Future of Trade of America -Discusses Styles. y .r I- . . . T TRUSTEE PAYING CLAIMSION SHEEP 7 KILLED BY DOGS . in!;y ill! , . .:.''' f NINETY-S EyN,, CENTS ON DOL LAR ISyRAIp.JCl.LOSERS.Of, START CAMPAIGN FOR EDUCATION SHEEP IN COUNTY, DOG TAX COLLECTED ' $3,343;64 Nbthlno Left for "School : Fund' This Year Mort1 Than; $2,C00 Went to This Fund-last Year Many Claims (From'' Wetdttftay'fl Daily Herald.) - Sheep owners ot Maury county who had sheep allied, by worthless dogs during thefyoar 192ft, are being paid ninety-seven cents son ithe - dollar of their claim fllod with County Trustee i. lloss Burns; and checks are being mailed now to claimants. The amtfunts of these checks range from some fif teen dollara to considerably more .than. $200.. '...'iiif."i'.',r '.'.!'; l ; ' Nearly $3,000 J , being f?BId to the sheep owners of .the; county who had sheep killed ap.thjls is copsidered a moat valuable insurance to ,the sheep owners of the .county, and has ,gon,e a long way. towards the promotion of the - sheep induBtrjr in thia cpuuty. ,., A total gf.3,43.64. In.dog taxes .was i cllocted 1 4n, jicpi)jii$ ' riqgj," tlie year; ii pprtion of tl)is beinVused to' defi ay thp eperses qt assessment and collection' buieaving nearl iS'uij in actual cash to.be paid to claimants of w Eheep'killed.l:?!,;; Zy '' ' 1 LaBt fyear all jBhee'p'!': ciafnis' "w I i id In full, and there 'ti'iill ver'fia'fnf'd' in the county 'treasury 'approximately $2,100 whfcfe was applied tp the school fund of the cou"ntyi ; . 8 ' ft was 'expected that there wourd be mir? "tiirih "tMi' amount to go to the ?( i.ool fuifTr' tli'fs yeaf'but it was also osunku-fl ttiitt appi'ox'lmately $5,000 in doj; tave.4 wfnild' be 6'61locted, which, t;ad , thGre; "beeii" nb: additional claims fllod, Would liaVef left approximately $2,000 'td"b"feppiid to the school till utS.1" ;'! ,:'J;'V. 'i.'V'o. ; .. Not oWTyifaVr,'thd losVra of s1iep ' Clalrttcl (Jahiae-s ror1 losses, bit inatrj f armef a" constf ue"d the' Taw Vntost 1 lib erally kM 'inoluded ln thr: affldavlti fiTpd with ihe triiiifectfaims fftf 'me loss of goats', itmn going' so far ,as to injudeiiiarkeyfl.H' !'!- ''ri'V'ni'. , . While lof ueoorse. the trustee oout not, and Jidinot, fpf thsaaoi-claims.Mthe claims flkd sUpwdconclDalYely that the . worthies! 4agi,&t the, Kiounty wrthtn a year's time do' an enormous amount of damajjf tfit, oaly Ao sheep.i -but ;to f oats, to, chickens, and turkeys which proves a,,at)ng;argumedt"for the re tention pt-th. dog tan, even if it is tmienied, aAjiag .boe.n proposed by leg islators., ,, ,,(, ; ..'V (From Wednesday's. Daily" Herald".) ' Yes, prices wjjjl eb much lower,,' 6n the whole I should say twenty-five per, cent lower on shoes, the coming spring and summer than they were last year," This statement va3 made to a rep resentative of The Herald by;William W. Evans, veteran shoe dealer, on his return from thegreat national conven tion of retail shoe men held at Mil waukee, Wiar , t 'I went to this big exhibit, the great est I have ever seen and probably the most magnificent display"oT footwear knownin the history of th trade, in THIS niSTRIRT ' ir:fY .T WnMk fmtrmmiai Ailve flrsfeHranftTn- &1 feott&fehiuatiol $M Bip CONFERENCE OF METHODiSTS ASSEMBLES AT CHUKUrJ.AI CULILEOKA.,, styfes; quality, materials, etc.," replied 1'MryKirans when askecLbout his trip TO PLAN FOR COMING DRIVE Leading Laymen .artd t MJnltors of This Seotion1 Stres he ' Need to? Larger Endowments for the Educa? tional Institutions of Church. TAX ASSESSOR IS MAKING ASSESSMENTS "y':' ' t' ' ii - ; . PERSONAL PROPERTY. AND .'THE CHANGES,,,! N, REAL ESTATE ( Froni Wdnes;:typ, Dplty Herald.) 1 Tax Assessor Webb'.vViiliams is on his Job of Vnaklag assessments for the j currentVearV" Mr.' Williams and all of his deputies iri going over the'eoun' ty.and making siich chsnges in the as sessment as are authorised this year. The law may be so amended that real estate will be assessed again this year 'and should this be done the assess , ment would be delayed " as 'Mr. Wil liams would hare to revalue every piece of real csut in the county.' But It the law is tmchanged he" will sfm ply assess the personal property and change- the asswsment - where the property has changed hands: One of the big tasks that face. Mr. Williams and bis dputfoe'ts the assessment of dogs of the county'. The assessor Is determined that If such a thing be pos sible he Is golngrto assess every dog In the county and be expects to be . iady wlthla a few days for the col lection of the dog taxes" for the 'cur Tfnt year. . Already a sumtar vCAof nrt liave sought to pay the tax. (From Wednesday's Daily Herald.) With, a big gathering of ministers and leading lajShien at the Methodist church at Culleoka on Tuesday the campaign in the Columbia district 'for, the great educational drive for thirty three millions jlollars by the Metho dist Episcopal church, South, was in augurated. ' - V I " y Several able speakers explained the ijieed.fqr increased" endowments ! tor the educational " institutions'' "of the churcl and the reasons 'Wh this' cam paign had 'beeti' put on." The work "be ing done now is 'preliminary to ''the djive. that will: be: made in the sprins pr ;fui$toi' H .'.v;..- S:: r . Among tne speakers., who ; were heajrd. Tuesday were Dr.- Ausmns? Dr Tayldr J)r. Sto'we and'DrgL 4, Mgr gan.' 'Thoy gave some fliiiAfnaUng (in formation, pn he. educational . situa tion in' tUe'euru"rch.?rhy howed; the naeu m uie worm lor AJnnsuan . eau- cation for the preparatiofi "Of leaders tbf'dlre'ct 'the though't and energies of the' people 'In 'this' crisis! " V-':- ', l ' ''There were delegation's cf laymen from' Columbia, Lynnville, Pulaskr Culleoka and other stations in the' dis trict and nearly all of the preachers pf the district were also preggnt.' : Among the delegation from the Fii'st church here that vvent to' -'-the" confer ence were Edward P. Turner, Dr.'W, B. Taylor, Mrs. Charles H. Sharp, Chas. A. Sloen, Alleiu.D.i :Sloan- and Thomas H." Williams. The women of the Culleoka church se-vod tie dele gates a dolicious luncheon. . EUGENE OHILOERS - - CLAIMED ay DEATH t-. try. U ;'. '.!. I ' U ST KM fci C Vk. ' nm.n, u . .I n l.uui.,.1.,,.,.! HHW,Ww'ffi.f-1-""!- vmT . i i fcxK i hi,-; nfom r. v '":-''''''' '-' - '- - ' , ' , t ' - " I kJI " ': ' ' 1 1 " 1 1 1 ' f t;: - i w3ST :!'.: sUoekMiat it fsWlha toljigjt the rock bottom price justified by. the' market. We know that not nly are the 'prtcfea gxtfetly right," but that, qua!- ity jaatfef iala, ; styles, etc., an exactly in vogue. We can sell our customers with the absolute guarantee that every price is exactly .right for I have exam- ned and compared every price and ev ery style that we have purchased for the coming season and we are making the lowest prices justified. . . ' "As to styles. Gray will be a favor ite color and possibly the favorite, al though black satin "and brown satin will be very much in vogue. Gray ooze will be a big run. The strap effects in ladies' footwear will be very much in demand. ' Th ornamental buckle like wise is' very much used this season. The baby Louis heel for evening wear especially is going to enjoy even great er popularity than it has in the past. "There were more than 500 exhibit ors 'yitb displays at Milwaukee, ery possible style of footwear, for men and women and 'children and boys and "glfla'Was shown. It wai -there irnev ery known material, all inost artistical ly and wonderfully displayed,,,- If was Indeed a libera education to any, shoe man to go through these exhibits, "Yes, the dealers there from all oyer the country, were very optimistic over trade conditions. It was agreed that the "bottom had tieen reached" and that from now on there wbuld be . a steady increase in confidence and that the . so-called buying strike and other symptoms of disorder were over. Re- cqyry will be slow, but it will be sure and already dealers and manufacturers ai e counting on a big business' during the comfng year. Our people are go ing to buy and trade '. is going to be good. The shoe men can assure them that the-bottom has been reached and from now' on we are looking to a re sumption 'of good times. ' WELL KNOWN CONTRACTOR AND (RlHl hfto cliipitkDe-.iei-tB u "; " LONG ILLNESS? ' s Jn i -sK'-l ' ' .- , ..... ... i ' (From .Tuesday's Daily, Herald.), , " Eugene CUildors,; aged . . forty-one. 'ears died at 2 o'clock Sunday after noon aCter a lingering illress. The funeral services were held wn Monday afternoon at the residence-out on the Iewisburg pike near Glendale . and were conducted by Rev. W. O, Iar gen, pastor of the Methodist church, of which he was . a devoted member. Mr. and Mrs. John Chilcters, his wife and one son, Nat. lie is also surviv ed by three brothers and three sisters. Mr.. CJiild?rs was. a well, known con tractor aiid builder and was held in the highest esteem by all who knew bim. DAYMEN meow: : I t::m rnrtii nnnniniTinu iu runiff unoAMiAiiun HAROiE SKELLEY . ' PACKSJ25 POaKERS WELL KNOWN FARMER f CUTS DOWN NUMBER THAT, HE USU ALLY PACK TC ABQUTTHJRQ. (From Tuesday's Daily Herald.) Hardie Skelley,' who recently moved from the second district to the Hood place on the Nashvile pike, and one of the biggest meat packers" in the county in years past, has packed 225 head, ot hogs for the coming year's market. Mr. Skelley packed' about three times this number last year, but due to the unoerta'nty of the financial situation and the meat and hog mar kets he made bis pack tery much less. He has, however, already sold all of his meat so that he is assured success or this year's pack. The ho?s weigh ed an average of 35 pounds each so that he has packed nearly T.'.OOd pounds of hogs. t - - - - -.. w DURING i PRESENTUVYEAR GREAT WILL BE MADE IN STRIDES DAIRYING INDUSTRY. HERE, r Every business Kbuse in Columbia who3n appears in iis.aayeris ''. 14. !k - A 01 U 4 J.J KO tv3 ing ; at ! his f fner! tips:: STheiigrepocis show your: credit i s e 1 1 h e r gop p o rn ecs i u m o r d scs i ne more grows. The reports show tWat! The less pro ly yu pay your bills the worse your credit grows! The reports show that, too. It is worth your while to pay your accounts promptly and "Gel Right'9 with these houses. ; "1 t '.iM'1 n-St ,p:"A ',:0.P ' ' -.pi-.'j :-., !!., -! jr. ..,..(';.,.. '. -t - . -; , . ,t " ' " ': - ' : -. ' ...'ii.-.' y if, .A r.mi i- 't.V - I ' K Sri r what you owe. But if necessary to postpone settling, arrange to take care pff all due v; I I ,!:.:' .; f-.i-v.. r . -, - 7, " , , ; ,' V- o'-yfi' 1 , tjS hid ; ;' (From. Tuesday's Daily lleriAl.) ,., Within the next few days a call will be issued for the meeting of the dairy men of the county to assemble in Co lumbia for tho purpose of -organizing a cow testing association for- the coun ty, and ft Is expected that the meet ing will be largely attended". On' the same d;iy this mebting is held, stocks .holders of tho Cb-Operatlvo Creaihery will assemble here to close business for the year past. '"' The cow testing association will hot bp limited t6 the membership of the Co-Opcrative Creamery., butny dairy man in the county who desires, to have tho cows ot his herd tested may be come a member1 of the association. 'Tfie greatest expense of the' organ ization will be the salary of the offi cial tester, end this will be borne pro portionately among the dairymen and farmers who will have their cows testr ed -'' " . - . -.. " County Agent McLean will announce the date of the meeting wlthla the next ftw days through The Herald. road officials ' . visiting highways R. A. WILKES, WELL KNOWN EX PERT, WILL SUBMIT OBSERVA TIONS THROUGH HERALD. ' . . e CliairmiTi .Tolm If Mnrfhr f th" .. 1. i i Signed by Members ol the Columbia Retail Credit Association: & ANDERSON BROS. & FOSTER THE J. ROSENTHAL CO. , , ADKISSON & PIGG BROS. . STEPHENSON DRUG CO. . ... . BOGA"i"ZKY & BAUMAN. a.v 8 ATT E R F I E LD & CO, -"B' "A"D.5a-.- " ' STREET, ! MARTIN COLUMBIA 'HARDWARE & VAUGHAN CO . . rV,; FURNITURE CO. - , A, D. SLOAN GROCERY CO. ' , ,h CHAFFIN BROS. s- ,0; .,, Uxvn fED .SEAL BAKERY. ''? - iv- ,v 0W, W. EVANS A 'Pp. :'..- nwh t..,Er RITTER: .-! HA-RLAIS! PORTER, AnW'.nuul, WQLDRIDGE CO.4 . I ,i.v, bJRarf'..,.!-. I -'4i,:irl b.,;fn'fi, takti -irr'lPk'j -y-' :yi '. ' HjNpYJ,TfiqwMA.fHEPr; jodt -MhWl ca-: ' " oriT LEXVii,:. r.s,n .W. Wl. i" ADAMS-LATTA DRUG 00- ' H. S. LI LI US JEWELRY CO. f"' P. GARBER... ; '',.v'".'.. "CITY MEAT MARKET, . ' MAURY MOTOR -CORPORA- ; tion..;;. ! .- -, i.y 'ChAROISON MOTOR CO." nvx i J. A, SLOAftCO.v- ' . :. ".! . n : t f :DALE, BROTHERS. :,; a; 1 A ... , JOHISJ A. WALKER & CO. 'aftoit; , tvt SMARTHOPi-:'- .' ' f- t nf-'etiV? i MAURY DEMOCRAT. .?ot3 sdJ i!i ; J FRY BROTHERS. ? -orsl fl Vit cn'j ,i V. ; .R-in ' iojIjot lirnv'p ijot.tou TO OLD (VIESVIBEKS Z 2 'il'yoM have allowed your, firm to be dropped from theroll for any cau$y - whatsoever, ybucan have same reinstated and placed on this list. Thev Associatidh would be pleased to have the name. of. every merchant in the. city on this list. Call up Secretary Oliff Hen(dly or call W. D. Hangstingsi chair man of the publicity committee. - ' . v ; '. "'t V.iJ. PAY-UP-WEEK, ?FEBRUA . - yy:: . ":'(VIAKE IT:100:PE Y 1-8i 1921 CENT road commission. Burke Wilkes, coun ty road superintendent, and Iftichard A. Wilkes, one of the beet krfdwn and most experienced road builders In the state, are making a tour of inspection of the highways of the coqnty. The most serious defect : that they have found in the roads is the old wooden and timber culverts, i None fbf these were ever intended for the, modern trafic and they have not held, up. They are going down all tho time and .nany ot them are actually dangerous at thia time. ' The most crying need is an abundance of concrete culverts on ev- T. era . axes Hou lite State and county taxes .are now due. Pay as soon as possible, and avoid the rush-.fv It will help very much if taxpayers do not wait until the last moment. ' Tg Wilkes, who is a former turnpike ftwn er and operator, and who has hd long Mr n nil wi'lf! Axu'Tit-nco In IjiiiMiiig ;nt repairing roads, has asrecd. to write roads which be has -visited. , The- Herald at an early tf'ai.c the roinlt ' , t -', jut JiH un: (?i vniifuis oi ins i.i't-u inn neraia vnep voiurnn rty,