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f AGE Tlirjca jggy CLUB HAS VI lakllUIW III fetal ELECT OFFICERS 1 .TrjrK r.. jy. MFFTINfi ADDRESSED BV COUNH TY AGENT M'LEAN AND MRS. HATTIE F. WENDEL; . ,i r. i-, 1,.. K,,f FOR FAIR ARE MADE . ; The Responsible G; B & Q A'GORM planter .hag a. lot to, think about It must take 11 kinds' of seitl- corn, peas,' beans, Seeti. j ' ' - etc. drop the seed in evenly checked hills, or drill 6ihg!c kernels any distance apart the, driver wishes It must handle O ' J the teed without cracking the kfrnela and it must plfcht every hill at uniform . i ,.t 4epth and cover it carefully, 11 it fails at any one of these point; the t ( ',, crop .witt aufiet.' Quite a job, you say? Then by all mr.M. select the j ' CB&Q Corn Planter V , i l . l . l .1. . rL. TLm m ,a uselets or awkward parts on the machine, and the operation is smooth and , easy. You can drill, check, or hill-drop with the same machine. You can .' plant any kind of seed by aelecting the right plates, and several adjustments ' re provided for different row widths. ; . Ve wnt you to see this dandy planter. There are su styles to choose from. -Come in, , No doubt you are thinking of buying a Disc Harrow, Corn Planter, Cul tivator and other farming toolsv Be sure to come and see the good , ; ; : . things we have. Prices right. Work for Year is Outlined Joy Aoent &nd Discussed in General Manner bv Farmers Much Enthusiasm Is maniiciicui A rouslriK meeting of the Iaom ootn- fmuiUy club wqs hel'd Thursday oven- line at which tirnM-officers for the frn- siting year were eleetod us follows: T. C. Brooks, president; Mrs. Will Kobinette. vice president, and Mrs. Arthur Patton, secretary. ' Plans for the year's work were oUt: lined by County Ageht McLean, and discussed in. a general way by several farmers of the community. Mrs. Hatie F, Wendel, who succeed ed Mrs. Kate M. Wells as district dehv ohbtratlon agent - here, was also, a speaker. Sh told of the woman's 1 part In the working of the community organizations, and urged that more at-1 tention be paid to the art of making the farm home a mare attractive place In which to Uve. - She urged increased Interest in poultry, t f It was decided by the club to meet on the first Friday night In each month.- The lsom club is one of the llyest in the county arid has a splendid membership. .This Mcommunity was J one of the three wbico had a fair las fall, and plans arealready under way for a higger and .better fair this fall". Mr. MeLan is convinced that Jhe lsom community will make a splendid i record for the year In carrying out the program which has teen worked but. - ''l 20 for 20 cents in air.fiAt pcJci. Al obtainable in round tint of 50, vacuusn-aeaied. I READ a ttori. v tOMB OtUkfi'idnC-' ' .'- r. ABOUT A fellow. OF CIGARETTE. ..... , ; ; - WHO SLIPPED. I REMEMBERED that yarn. , ' ON AN Icy hill. AND TOLD th dark. AND STARTED to slid. JUST WHERE to get off. t . . . . i . ' AND TRIPPED up. OTHER KIND8 will -burn, - . A FAT lady. AND GIVE off smoke. . WHO SAT on him. , I'LL ADMIT that'mucli, AND RODE down hllL BUT THATS a far, TO THE foot. A8 I'LL go. , .V;, , AND THEN he wheezed. ' TH ERE'S ONLY on Ua4. ' ' "MADAM, YOU'LL havt. 0F CIGARETTE. y , V THAT CAN, and will, and 0M.. . TO GET off bard. . . . . REALLY "SATISFY." ' THIS IS as far. . . . . , . .... . AS I go." PvTHER cigarftttes may pleaaa . V your t:Bte for a timabutthat'a , i( SO WHEN a new clerk. as far as they go. With finer tobac- . , ... cos both Turkish and. Domestic- WHO DIDN'T know. and with finer blendihg-fChasUr- ... fields jrive you the fullest poaSiblb MY REGULAR smoM. clgarett enjoymant.r They liray . , ... . satisfy. It's th bland aMtt cava't ; TRIED TO sail Ucvyud. , '-,:.rw . Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. Ml WORK NOW MAKING PROGRESS PROGRAM ' REMDEHED A ' - - V . ENTERPRISE SCHOOL 5 WINNER OF THE CONTEST HELD THERE FOP THE BENEFIT OF , THE PARENTS. , (From Monday's Dally Herald.) The following is the . program re' dered at the parents day recently held at the Enterprise school: Lower grade' girls contest 1. 2. 4. 5. C. Bell the The Little Ragged Doy. Entertaining Sister's Peau. Asleep at the Switch. Sand. ; ' , ' Guilty .or Not Guilty. How Jane Conquest Rang -Mary Ellen Bingham.,, 7. A Mortifying Mistake. . . ( 8. Billy's Rose. 9. The LIUla Fellows V Lower grade boys contest: T.. - 1 1. A Lonesome j. 2. 'Twas You 3. The Nichols in oh Qihnni hnvs contest . The Black Horse and His Rid 2. 1 Am An Amorlcan-ani .no. row. High School girls: , 1. The Face JJpon the Floor-Anna May Atkinson. ' ' SPEED DEMONSTRATION ATTRACTS LARGE CROWD he Victory of MarengoJosse mm i IEETING PJiREIII IE AGHERS DR. C; D. NOWLIfD PELIVERS ABLE ADDRESS TO THE MOTHERS AT' M'DOWELL. There Was an interesting and well nttended meeting of the parent teach- ... ,..,-oi" nt TrDnwfill school Fri- fcJI S lUV..' I J Mfc " day afternoon. Tlie members were greatly interested in an able address by Dr. C. D. Nowlin, which was nigti ly appreciated. MT?S JUST WONDERFUL SAYS MEMPHIS WOMAN MISS O'HARA TESTIFIES TO BENEFICIAL RESULTS FROM TAKING TANLAC ARGUES CASE BEFORE SUPREME COURT STATE G. W. GASK.LL AT HIGH SCHOOL SHOWS HOW KEYS TYPEWRIT ER CAN BE MANIPULATED. UAi P HATCHER ntrntoti' V FERTILIZER COMPANY IN HAur MILLION DOLLAR SUIT. ir-'m ir,.ii:iv' Daily Herald.) ' The supreme' court today 13 hearing -...rimnt In the case of t:io lennea "'t""" ; . iiee Fertilizer Company tgamsi n.c international Agricultural Organiza tion, -whicir was sent up iron, u. chancery' court of Davidson county after Chantellor Newman had given judR.ne.it for more than $475,000 for the complainant. Charles P. Hatcher, .representing tho Fertilizer Company, has aasoclat- h lim Pitts & MtConico, of Nashville, wnile the deienuam r-tntedhyCo'.John J.verrreea. argument In this case was taken up hefore supreme court on Thursday morning,-two days being allowed to, the hearing. ... , nnilv Herald.) Ce.,rge W. Tlaskill. the rnderwcod typewriter spc"i " 1 1 derful demonstration of hte sU . in ; nmnipnlatlng the keys Thursday a fter , ooU atthe High School aud.toriu ' Mr. Oasklll wrote from copy ; errtflc rate of speed varying ,f W to Its word, per minute and on a P. speed sentence he wrote lor ..nate Mind -to nn nrror. He wn)te 14.. n.e while answering qnest.ons, askea by ohn A. Harris. Giii'thei n ytt. OaskiU Is working the S .the n NYhila he came do.vn 1 interest of the con.mrrc.alfl m.t business men and, stenographer s .t neSed'tbe.demoitratio:.. Mr. Caakill was nrcompan.cd W f H. Herrick. of Nsshv.lte, f the rnderwood typewriter co...pan thia'errllor3f. " .. r .. . n n 1 fcl If I ED. THE VERSE nnu' " (By United Press.) : 1 , WASHlScCTO.. March 4.Pr Ident Harding introduced an Inno vation in inaugural ceremonies to day, when he kissed a verse in the F!ide selected before hand. Tlie cnslum has been for the WM. to e opene,l at random, and for the ww prerident to kiss its tag without knowing what verse his lips touched. i Some time ago, however, Hard . made known Ms desire to have the Bible belonging to t.eorge Washington ased. and selected the eighth verse of the s.xth chair of Mlcah to kiss. This verse reads: -He hath shewed thee, O man. ILL. r thee hut to do just- Lorn reiui- lk ir, love mercy and to walk 1J ... i.u iih tnv iiou. nit'i'iii, So many people throughout the L'n.ted States and Canada have testi fied to having used Tanlac with such splendid results following influenza. ;rippe, operation, typhoid and pneu monia andother troubles which bring . . ,x . on a run-uown conaiuon, tnar it nas become .uuiversally recognized as OtB of the most pdwerful reconstructive tonics of the present age. Another striking statement in con nectlon with this fact was made; by Miss Mildred O'Hara, of 926 Delaware St., Memphis, -Tenn. 11 , "I ain enjoying better health today," "said Miss O'Hara," than 1 have in ten years and I am glad to moke a statement that may cause others who are needing something to build them up to learn about Tanlac. "Five years ago I was operated on fnr annendicltis ami was never able until 1 got Tanlac to get my strengtn hack. My health was bad for a long time even before the operation, and I lust seemed to be gradually going from bad to worse. , "I just thiuk.lt is the most won derful thing I ever heard of that thro. bottles of Tanlac should make me feel so line after I had suffered so long. It has given, we' hew life, strenfeth and energy that makes living a pleasure. I used lo have eonstant headaches, but now I never have one at all. Tanlac has been my Irlend and I will never go back on It. It is Just grand."" , "Tanlac is sold In Columbia by fimlser Drug Co.; in Hampshire by Lunn Drug Co.; and in Sawdust Val ley by Wilkes & Son." (Adrt.) FARMERS PREPARING TO PLANT CORN, SPRING PLOWING IN . FULL BLAST. (From Monday's Daily Herald.) In every Bectlon of Maury county farm work Is now In progress, with farmers driving with full speed ahead. Durine last week hundreds of acres of land ware broken and plowing con tinues this week. The oat-crop1 HA been, sown uder almost Ideal condi tions, and it is expected that the crop will be a splendid one. " ' ' Farmers are now beginning to pre pare for corn planting, and it 18 cer tain that the see dcornsituation Will not give them as milch trouble" this spring as itlid last' year. It is said by County Agjet McLean that there Is now more first class field selected seed corn in the county than ever be fore, having been harvested under ideal weather conditions. There Is a large quantlt yof Neal's, Paymaster corn in the county now available, and it s believed that the Southern de mand for seed corn from Maury coun ty this spring will be large, and Mr McLean suggests that Maury county fnrinera aniiiinate their needs as far as possible and make, arrangements for their seed, corn before the sup ply Is exhausted. It is indicated that big corn acre ages will be planted. MAURY COUFHIAN III DIES OREGON TO COMPLIMENT MISS LENA COVEY CAPT. J. P. LEE BORN AMD REAR ED IN THIS COMMUNITY, HAD LARGE NUMBER FRIENDS, (From Friday's Daily Herald.) ' A 'telegrara from, Klamath Falls, Oregon', announcing the death of Capt. P. Lee, ex-Confederate veteran and native of Maury county, has been re celted by nis niece, Mrs. Geo. Parks, of this city; f: Capt. Lee was born In this communi ty, where he spent the major portion of his long and useful life. About thirty-three years ago, ', Gen. Whit- thorne recommended' him for an im portant governmental position at Kla math Falls, which he immediately tic ceoted. During the subsequent thir ,Wn years of service to the govern LW, the manner in which he discharg- iai 3 . . . . ...it fArJ3s. dutfes aDDareniiy won tor mm many friends and admirers, as he was appoint -tax assessor or Kiamatn Falls tweAtv years ago, and he served In that capacity until nis aeatn This grand bid man was eighty years of age, and since early child hood had been a member of the Chris tlan church. 'Many, of the older na tives of this county know him, not only" for his. patriotic service, but his optiin stic and cheerful disposition Besides his wife, Delia Lee., his five children. W T. Lee, Mesdames Mills, Henry, Jones and Miss Ethel Lee, were at his homo when the end came He is also suurvived by his brother, Capt. Ned Lee, who lives near Match, Tenn. MRS. ADA W. HENDERSON ' CLAIMED. BY DEATH FORMER RESIDENT, OF CULLEU- KA DIES AT FRANKLIN AFTERS LONG ILLNESS. ' , COMPLETE PLANS ANNUAL SCHOOL MEET OF COUNTY: CONSTABLE W. J. GOAD -STRUCK BY. AUTOMOBILE ENTERTAINMENT WILL BE GIVEN BY PARENT TEACHERS ASSO CIATION AT ATHENDALE. (From Monday's fiaily Herald.) The entertainment' to have been riven hv the Perent Teachers Associa . "H : , lion of the Athendal chool on next Wednesday has been" postponed until 2:30 o'clock Friday, $1 account of the death of Mrs. Raymond Hughes. This ontoi-lnlnmnnt has XiLBtL tlianned in compliment to the principal of the school. Miss Lena Cowey, of Culleo- ka. The term will -end soon and tne .iuc(ulnt dm in most ai)Dl5ciut.Ve Of the fine work that has been done dur ing the term by Miss Covey. Mrs. A.OS Timmons will assist In prepar ing the program which will be one of unusual excellence. The public is invited. . OR, MIMS TO LECTURE ON FRIDAY NIGHT (From Monday's Daily Herald.) Dr. Edwin Mims, professor of Eng iish in VanderMt University and one of the most engaging public speakers of the South, will lecture on Friday night under the auspices of the Fed eratlon of Women's Clubs, at the Sun day school room of the First Metho dist church. There will be no collec tion, no admission and no auction, bet the lecture will be absolutely free to the people of the city. Dr. Mims is one of the foremost English scholars of the country and he will lecture on "The Contemporary Value of Great Literature." ' (From Friday's Daily Herald.) Mrs. Ada Wilkes Henderson, widow of the late W..A. Henderson, former trustee and prominent citizen of Mau- iv county, died this morning at.J.Ha o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. V. B, Lupton, at Franklin, whero she had made her home for many , . , V. .... tti years. Mrs. iienaersou nuu ue Door health for a long time, and death had been almost hourly expected for several days. Mrs. Henderson was born and spent the greater part of her life at Culle oka. She is survived by two daugh ters. Mrs. WT. B. Lupton and Mrs. Newt Kannon, Jr., of Franklin, and one son, E. W. Henderson, of Sheffield, Ala. One daughter, Mrs. Kate Taylor, died several years ago, leaving a son, itert Tavlor. also of Sheffield. She Is survived by two brother, W. L. and J L. Wilkes, of Culleoka, and two sis ters, Mrs. Jos. B. Tomllnson, ot cut leolia. and Mrs. II.. B. King, of Lewis burg. T'ua funeral services will be con ducted at Franklin tomorow morning at O o'clock by Rey. Mr. Caldwell, of : ho Presbyterian church. Immediate ly after the services the remains will leave for the Wilkes burial ground at Culleoka where the interment will take place. It ,is expected that the .lervicea will be concluded at the Cnl leoka cemetery between noon and 1 -ii. inmni Praver will be mid dv Rev. W. O. Largen. Mre. Henderson Was a devoted mem ber of the Presbyterian church and amniarv ohrtstiah woman. She UJ, . - S H'f J " " was ereatly beloved by all who anew ov, a ,aa aventv-one years of 1 1 : I . uuw " -' i age and had lived an exceedingly use ful life, fall of good works.' TEACHERS r. DISCUSS i- DETAILS ; FOR THE PROGRAM HERE ON. FRIDAY, MARCH 25. ' ; LARGE NUMBER TO . ERTER Miss Louise Weed, Rd Croa Nuri, Talka Interestingly of Her Work In the County and Makea Plea for Ju nior Red Cross. The veriest whim of the amirr of Afghanistan is absolute law to his mil lions of subjects. Unlike mos't animals the reindeer prefer to travel againts the wind (From. Wednesday's Daily Herald.) Constabje W. J. Goad was hit Mon day night at the corner of South Main and Ninth streets and sustained one broken rib, bruises about the facet bands and ride. The car that struck j Mr. Goad's vehicle was driven by a man named Moser, llvins In the vlcin- j ity of Match. Mr. Goad has suffered i a great deal of pain, but is reported j resting more comfortably this morn-1 ing. No other bird is found with such a wide range as the peregrine. Harahl Chap Column Ada Py. THE OATH HARDING TOOK. By United Press.) WASHINGTON. March 4 Here is the oith of office administered to President Harding today: "I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the otilee of President cf the United States, end will to the best o my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." READY TO PAY FOR . . HERALD ANY TIME! j . (From Monday"! Daily HeralJ.) Writing from Frankston. Texas. ! William T. White, former Maury coun ' tlan, sends a renewal for The ller- 1 ni(t lie nava he does nat know whether It is due or not, that it makes no difference whether his time is out If at any t.me The Herald needs money It may send him a statement. ! He must have The Herald. Herald Cheap Column Ada Pay. BACKACHE.PAIN IN SIDE, HEADACHc. vahvtiiA. Tenn. "Dr. Pierce'! Fa AHta Preacrtution la the best med icine I nave ever taken. 1 suffered for a long time with feral nine trouble. I would becomes nervous that I would have to give up and He down until I would .ret oulet. I suf fered with back aches. Dalits In my .r?f W - side and bearing T6rV- ' palna. I wojild 1t hnvA nerindtcal f Delia of Cick- headscbes. I could not eat or Bleep and got whero I was a physical wreck. I decided to give FaTortte Preacrip tion a trial and It completely cured tne." MRS. AL1CK McCLOUD, 1C1 S'.xtb Ave. ti. JU Jrutfifti. (From Monday's Dally Herald.) . Plans were completed tor the big county school meet to be given at the , men School here on Friday, Marcn 25. at the' regular meeting Saturday o fthe Maurw county teachers associ' ation. . .. . , .". There was a large attendance ' bt teachers and more Interest was shown in this meet than has ever before been manifested, attention was call- id to te interest that was aroused amonz tho schools of the fifth and . iixth districts by reason ot the meet-' ' Ing held at Enterprise and It wa! BUg trested that five of these inter-ilstrlct " meets be held annually about a month before the county meeting. Already some twenty scooli In the. county have made plans to attend the meet here. Not all of them wiU be represented I nthe athletic contest! nor in all of the laterary contests, k,,. u a ovnaptpH that there' will. bd UUb 1. " wv-.w . ' t , from a half dozen to V dozen entries ( in every one of te contests. , It Is probable that Prof: Brow.., the new superintendent of public instruc tion who will have entered upon nl! ter mof office by (hat time will' ha' present and witness the exercise!. M thd meeitng last year Superintendent Williams was present. The Columbia city schools and th County High School will act as ost for the meeting, entertaining all of teh visitors with a luncheon. From ft sense of proprletay and as a courte sy to all of their visitor! the local schools refrain from any partlclpa- tion 1 nthe cohtests that are staged. A committee ot te local schools Is already arranging the details of the program., Miss Ix)iise Weed, of the Red Cross, delivered a Ipeasing address to " tht teachers, m which she asked for their co-operation In her work. She made an especial plea for the Junior P.ed Cross. LITTLE 60Y FALLS: - BREAKING ARU . . .... , , . ; iL'.ti (From Monday's Daily Herald.) -i Little John Clayton Church, grand son of Mr. and Mm. John Phaw at Godwin, whfla playing -1A the yarA Sunday afternoon-, fell.: breaking hi arm. He was given medfeal attentton and Is reported to be realist; a! we. as can be expected. ". , ,.