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,THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, MAY2frJ 1021 FIVB,i CH U 1 1 1 (fWHervgiai bbd Shops'!) Attractive Promise The Last 4 Days Of -.May, i, VJ. ) '. i 1 i i ! i i i i I I I 1st Floor 35c 49c 174c DRESS LAWNS in several pretty shade3. BLACK TAFFETAS 36 inches wide a good quality C 1 "TC for wear, 4) I . I J DRESS VOILES . many . pretty patterns 06 inches wide .I PERCALES 36 inches wide several patterns: MADRAS formerly sold at 75c yard Very special 2 CHECK' LINON for dresses.. 36 in. wide. 50c DOTTED v ORGANDY ! white grounds With colored ; lEft ' DRKSj ' tJlNGH AMS ; pretty rrarM sdlid 1C0 SOAPS , palmoliye ; and rose glycerine very special , QCp at 3 for.. U -ZUU NEW PIUSES they're just in, the newest shapes in 1 flQ leather bags special. J ,u0 SILK PARASOLS in solid col ors and novelty combinations very special ffQ QC at. ...... Jj.gj VOILE & ORGANDY DRESS ES, carried over but fi QC good styles ... ... .2JUvu X I 2nd Floor, i SILK DRESSES pretty ' styles f of taffetas, satins and georgette 2 carried over , (Mft I models..!..... .JIU J BARONETT SATIN SKIRTS. S in beautiful shades, QC 2 new styles.... ...... Jf.uJ I SPRING SUITS newest models materials and fflQ QC X shades reduced to.. J J.U J Every suit reduced to J I ! about 1-2 former l price ; "'V" ;f ''I'f '-f. ' ' 'NEW ORGANDY. s DRESSES featuring many new ff 1Q QC , arrivals at . , . . . 4) I ) JiJ GINGHAM DRESSES new styles for porch and tfl 7Q morning wear.....'. . J) I . I U GEORGETTE WAISTS in the newest shades and styles .. CHINA MATTINGS formerly 75c yd. 36 in. wide extra weight $3.50 merly 48c Big reductions on all Floor Coverings YOU ARE ALWAYS JVELCOME AT OUR STORE PORKER-PRICES AGAIN DECLINE FURTHER DROP OF. FROM TWEN TY TO FORTY CENTS IS RE CORDED LAMBS LOWER. Porker prices were from .forty to twenty tents lower on all grades but light pigs and throwouts today, tops declining to $7.90 at ' Nashville. Sheep and lambs were also lower, but the" cattle market was. steady and unchang ed. . ' On the local markets all prices were steady and unchanged. LOUHVILLE Live STOCK. (Br Bourbon Stock YarfliJ Special to jTho Herald. . LOUISVILLE. Ky., May 26. Cattle Receipts. 2V0 head. - Market slow. SheepReceipts 4.100 head. Mar ket steady to lower. , From 220 pounds and up. $7.35: from 90 to 220 pounds. $7.90: from' 90 pounds down, $6.75; throwouts, from $6 (down. Sheep Receipts, 4,1000 head. Mar ket active. Lambs, from $13 down. - NASHVILLE LIVE STOCK. (Union Stock Trdi.) Special to' The Herald. NASHVILLE. Tenn., May 26 Hog receipts l.OOp, market steady to lower. Cattle receipts 100, market steady. Sheep and lamb receipts 3,000. pros pects steady to lower. , ''-' Common to fair butcher ? atiun ... 5.75 6.75 Best butcher heifers' J $5$ 7.75" Medium to good butcher . heifer y.. ..;.t. f.. 6.0( 7.00 Uommon. to tnedlom butcher t heifers . ... . . . ... ; . 5.00 e.vu Good to choice fat cows . . 6.00 7.00 Medium to good fat cows.' 5.00 6.00 Cutters 3.&0 Canners ... 2.00 2.75 Bulls il 6 3.50 6,00 Feeders .., 6.50 7.50 Stockers 6.00 7.uu Good to choice veal calves 8.00 9.00 Medium to'good calves.. 7.00 8.00 Choice milk cows ...... 85.00125.00 Medium to good milkers 60.0075.00 Common to medium milk ers ... 25.00 45.00 9 ' . SOCIETY J : Tucker-Lamb. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Lamb announce the engagement and approaching mar riage of their daughter, Ruth Isabelle, to Connor J. Tucker. The wedding to be solemnized Wednesday, June twen ty;Scond, at the bride's home. Lovell-Hancock. . - v A, wedding that. came as a surprise to tljelr many friends was tlia of Miss Sarrf' Lucille Hancock to Rufus Stan1 ley LotenVwhdT motored to the horde of Dr Arterburn, who performed the fcerVrnony1 After i (he ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Lovell were entertained in ftrjeA hora'p Mi:. '.and Mrs. H.-O. Petty on the Pulaski pike. Mr. Lovell is a prominent young business man of Bowling Green, Ky. The bride Is the attractive daughter Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hancock,,' of Maury county. Mr. Lov ell' was at'eompanied to Columbia by his sister, Miss Laura Belle Lovell, Mis Moore and Ashby Taylor. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lovell left Sunday afternoon for their home in Kentucky. The Musical Revue. . .t ' Columbians will enjoy a tine pro gram and assist in encouraging our most excellent brass band by going to morrow night to the High School audl-torium.';iV;-7 The per.soinejl of this organization are all Columbia, business me'h. They have' contributed ' liberaflly ol their time and talent to many good causes, both patriotic .and civic, and are a real credit to Columbia and Maury county. They have studied and practiced faithfully' under the guidance of Mr. Hahn, an excellent musician, and In structora member of the Nashville Symphony hestra and a resident of Maury county. ' The Music Study Club has gener ously sponsored a most excellent pro gram for tomorrow night. Many nov el and attractive features to Interest and delight the audience. Let's get together and give these ladies a gen uine boost in their effort to nniform the band. ' 1 A well trained uniformed band is a credit to any community. We don't get anywhere without good music on civic and patriotic programs,, Boost the musical revue. ' j Members Columbia Band ; follow : Fred Hahn, director band, W. W. McDougal, Elmo Bates, P. N.f Catina, Herman F. Roach, Marion Lovell, Her man Lovell, J. W. Smith. Jv C. TJp- shaw, R. W. Neeley. Pat St. Charles, William Erwin. Zack Cook, Claude sVa'inTftlchVrdam Bentley Johnson,"C. 'B.rMcG6wan, Mil- tori'; Cfewg, Charlesr jTeagef( James Neeld,; james Mcueen, jjewis; uugger, J MurbhVl- Norman Batte. 6Jr.. B, TliOUSAIIDSlARE INVITED1' HOME OF U. T, COMING COMMENCEMENT. , THIS YEAR WILL BE EPOCH-MAKING IN -HISTORY OF INSTITUTION. DEDICATION oNEw BUILDINGS To Be Made, the Occasion for .State Wide Conferencer)on the Problems That Are Confronting' the Citizens of This Republic.' PRODUCE. Eggs, loose, 14 cents; hens, 17c; fry ing chickens, 28 cents; little chick ens. 25 cents;, stags, 20 cents; roos ters, 8 cents; ducks 15 cents lb.; ecese, 9 cents id ters." 10 cents; ducks, ' 13 cents' lb.; , QOOTATIONi ' . 'moo''-; Choice .hogs, 220 lbs.,, anft up .,..;...... .-,t; Choke hogs, lf-5 to 220 , popnds ..'. - 5 . Prime hogs, 130- to 165 i pounds ... r,tl .. Good pigs, 80 to 130 pounds ..,... v Good light pigs, 90 ponds down .1 Throwout3 '. 7.35 7.90 .7.75 7.30 5.50 5.75 BUTTER FAT. Butter Fat Delivered at creamer, 23 cent3 lb. " 4 , GRAIN AND FLOU. Corn meal 80 In bulk. 95c bu3hel in bags. Corn Per barrel, $3.00. Flour Superlative patent. $10.25 barrel; best patent. $9.25 barrel; bran 133.00 ton:, shorts $35 per ton; dairy feed $40$45 per ton. . CLOVER ANO GRASSES. Rutall orlce clovers - and grass . . ... . .1 seeds: Clover. $10 to sioou uu.; vke clover, $16-and $l .; oiu9 arass. $3.75 bu.; orchard grass, Si.uu h- tlmothT $4.60 bu.J berdsgrass, 15c lb. ; WOOL. burry. 10c lb.: hard Durry. oc w 'wu frnm hurra.' 15c .;. medium vj - LAMBS 12.50 8.00 5.00 7.25 6.00 5.50 100 2.23 2.50 SHEEP AND Choice spring lambs ... Seconds ... .. . Culls ... Best fat sheep i ,. Common sheep ... Bucks CATTLE. Prime heavr ahlPDlng steers , 8-36 900 Medium hlDolnr Bteera.i 7.25 8 25 Light shipping steers T. -26 7-'6 Best butcher .teers .'..r.'t.SO 8.75 Medium butcher steers"...; G.7S W Thomas; Bailey' Richardson, R. Dawson;' .- ; '. K visit Personal Mention Mrs. Girard P. Brownlow is ins her parents in Nashville. Miss Virginia King is spending the week at McCains with relatives. . Mrs. John Gordon Bennett, of Nash ville, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McCarty. . Misses Mary and Edith Towler, of Nashville, are . visiting their grand mother, Mrs. Mary B. Towler. Miss Estelles Fox, of the Columbia Institute, is spending a few days with Miss Florence Buchnau before return ing to her home at Laurel, Miss. Miss Mary Louise Gresnam, tne lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rush Gresham, returned home t yesterday from Fairmount College, Washington, D. C. : . Misses Sarah and Helen Wilmer- ding; of the Columbia Institute, have returned to Washington. Misses Wil merding have been the guests of Miss Florence Buchnau for the past few days. ' Miss Polly Young, of the 1920-21 class of the Columbia Institute, has been the guest of Miss Katherine Greenlaw' at the . Columbia Military Academy since commencement. She remained over for the frat dances and left this morning for her home in SelraaAla. , Approximately 10,000, invitations i to the University of Tennessee Home Coming, dedication . and commence ment June 5, 6, 7 and 8, have been mailed to men and women throughout the state who have expressed an inter est in the University and in tho gen eral educational problems of Tennes see. ' This year's commencement will be epoch-making, in the history of the University. In addition to the actual graduation of an unusually large se nior class, there is to be a general home coming of alumni for class reui nions, the dedication of the two new buildings at the University, and a con ference on efficient citizenship for all men and women who a'ro interested in the betterment of educational condi tions in Tennessee. Co-operation has been asked from- the industrial, agri cultural, commercial, financla jro7 feBslonal, and educational interests of tho state, as the question of a more ef ficient citizenship affects every inter est in Tennessee, involving its present prosperity and future growth. The present problem of citizenship in Ten nessee is said not to be an educator's problem, but one which must be solv ed by the co-operation of all classes of citizenB. For the dedication of Ayres Hall, on the crest' Of the hill, and the magnifi cent new agricultural building on the University farm, senators, congress men, legislators, state officers and leaders In the professional, agricul tural, industrial and social life of the state have been invited by the Univer sity. , : ' " : Commencement week will be inau gurated by special , bacalauereate ser mons in all of the churches of Knox ville. It will close-wth the exercises of commencement d'ay', June 8. ' The agriculturar'building will be dedicated on Monday morning, June 6, with Dr. W. 6. Thompson, president of the State UnivejWof Ohio, as the principal speaker. . , ""V Monday afternoon will be devoted to separate conferences of the repre sentatives of the ten groups who have been asked to take ,part in the con ference on efficient .citizenship. These groups are .nomp ana social, weuare, civil administration,, agriculture, the in press, commerce, the profession, bank ing, industry. Through these ten group conferences an opportunity will be given for an interchange of opin ion on the means by which each inter est can aid in the development of a general educational program adapt ed to the particular needs of each group, and of the Btate as well. On Tuesday morning, June 7, there will be held a general educational con ference when the, suggestions of the separate group conferences will be considered .and a constructive educa tional program will, be, proposed. ' ' ' Ayres hall, the new liberal arts building which was given this name' in honor of the late Dr. Brown Ayres,' who was for fourteen years president of the University of Tennessee. Dr! P. P. Claxton, United States commis sioner of education, will make tho ad dress on this occasion. The building will be presented to the University by Judge Edward T, iSanford, of Knox ville. . Throughout the week there will bo special alumni activities, the program being in charge of F. C. Lowry, the ad ministrative secretary of the alumn4 association. At present Mr. Lowry is attending a conference of alumni sec retaries at Cornell University at Itha- N. Y. m L UT i 1 . - i : : ol o) fr err (CI On Ncvv Spring and Summer Merchandise For Ladies and Men, at i ".. i' ; r - ; it i 75u quality OrRsndics in . .all shades, on salo . 49c $7,50 values , Ladies' all SilkJersey Petticoats, r, ,' 'alT colors on nalo i $3.49 New Mid-Summer Mil linery reduced from 1-3 to 1-2 PRICE $2.00 quality, good qual ity black messaline Satin, on sale $1.39 Our line of Ladies,' Children's & Men's Shoes and Slippers was never more complete. The price cut to the bone. $1.00 values Ladies' Silk Hose assorted ! colors ' ' 49c $2.25 .values Men's Pin Check JPants for $1.39 $1.25 values Men's Heavy Ilue'Worlc(Sl)irt : , , ... . ; for ,1 ' ' $1.69 One lot $22.50 'valuris ""YouriK Men's Suits in 'f " newest styles and1, 1,1 1 iiiatorials for $12.95 $7.50 values Men's extra fine quality Palm Beach Pants, on sale $4.95 75c values Men's Sum mer Underwear, per garment 39c $1.50 value's UoysJ extra t heavy Overalls, on : sale ' 89c MlglSllS 107 West Seventh Street "Lowest Prices Our Chief Attraction" 2L Mr. and Mrs! E. E. McCandless, of 12th street, are the proud parents of a nine pound boy. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR BALE. ; . , : DEATHS AND FUNERAL. SlIItlllVHtBtltIt v' William Dooley. . n A message was received this morn ing by Mrs. J. Walter Griffin announc ing the death of her nephew. William Dooley, which occurred at the home of his mother. Mrs. Lena Dooley. at Hillsbofo. Texas. ' " Whafs the matter with laying aside the old derby and the old slouch hat for the more comfortable and becom ing straw? , , Need ft M Tm Writer Rlbbonl W faftT Jut reeelrftd ft hipment by parcel Poftt TnB HERALD. 1TJU FOR SALE House and lot and two acres land. Only five minutes walk to Court House. Good op portunity for person who wants to invest in real es tate. Bargain if taken at once. Address a care Herald. . TAKEN, UP. , TAKEN UP One yellow branded Mare 9 year old. Owner can get same by paying for the ad and feed bill. C. H. KANNON. Bell phone 10J Culleolsa. ro ay9J16!: !23 30!w ca, Any person who contemplates com ing to the University for this occasion, and the trustees and faculty of the J University are expecting more than l.'tOO. Is asked to make reservations as" soort as possible J.' B. Brown, of Chattanooga, state superintendent of public instruction and Perry L. Harned. chairman of the state board of education, have exprert ed their intention of attending the con ference on efficient citizenship to be held at the University of Tennessee on June 6 and 7 'in connection with the commencement and dedicatory ex ercises. ' Other educators throughout the state have shown an equal Inter est, and acceptance are being recelv ed In every mail. "jOj date the follow ing superintendents and college presi dents have accept invitations to be present: C H. Richardson, superintendent of school for Hawkins county; Mrs. Ruth Webb ' O'Dell, superintendent of schoos for Cocke county; J. W. Ma lone, president ofl'fVentenary College at Cleveland; Oscr E. Sams, presi dent of Carson-Kewman College at Jefferson City; PatvV. Karr, president of the LaFollette city schoolnj James L! Robb, dean of' the Athens school of the University 'of 'Chattanooga, ?at Athens, and C."0.' Gray, Resident 'of 1 Tisculum College ' at Gre'eneville. JERSEYS AVERAGE ' OVER 8244. A HEAD GREAT CROWD ATENDS ONE OF BEST SALES EVER HELD IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE. Sixty head of Jerseys sold in the Ezoll sale at Lewisburg Wednesday for a total of more than $14,000, or an avprace of more than $244 a head. Considering the price of butter tat, the prevailing financial depression and couditions generally this was re gerded as a fine average.: The sale was generally held to be one of the most successful ever held in tho state. There was an enormous crowd pres- eut. Buyers were there. Horn an over ths .blue, grass region of Middle Ten nessee, and , from other states. Nearly all of the catt)e however will' remain in Tpnne8Bee. In the sale were many small untried heifers and, young bulls and of course these brought the aver age down.. Some of the cows sold for as much a's $700 to $:t00. ' Maury county had a big delegation in attendance, including froi. ti. j. Abcrnathy, the county agent; Charles p; Hatcher, William J. Webster, Jr., and J. Benson Redding, of t;uueoKa. The latter was one of the prominent buyers at the sale. He purchased three or four fine heifers and cows. The sale continues' today with a large number of Maury county cows offered. Maury National I Resources . . $2,000,000.00 C. A. PARKER, President ;:; W. P. RIDLEY, Vice President R. L. McKINNEY, Vice President I. F. BROWNLOW, Cashier ; WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS MISS MARY E. HARRIS SUMMONED BY DEATH END COMES' TO FORMER ' RESI DENT OF GLENDALE AT HOME OF NEPHEW IN NASHVILLE. FLOWERS DECORATION DAY ' The committee of the Woman's Aux iliary in charge of the decoration of the BoldiT's graves next Sunday at. Rose Hill request all who can do so to bring as many flowers as they can. They should take these flowers to Rose Hill where they will bo deliver ed to Mrs. Eugene IJng. of the Aux iliary. If they have no conveyance and it is not convenient, to take them to Rose Hill, they are requested to bring them to the old bank cornor at I West Seventh and Garden streets1 where Miss Rammye Church, of the i Auxiliary (From Wednesday's Daily' Herald.) Miss Mary R. Harris, formerly of this county, died at the home tf her nephew. W. Harris rurycar, in Nash ville, at 4 o'clock on Tuesday after noon. The remains will bo brought to this county for burial and services will bo held at 2 o'clock tomorrow at Pleasant Mount 'Cumberland Presby terian church of which tho deceased was a devoted and life long member; Her six nephews, J. O.' and 11. N. Moore. C. F.. JA E , A. C. and Robert L. HarriB. will act as pall bearers. MIks Harris was seventy-three years of age and was well known to the peo ple of the Glendale section Where she lived most of her life. She had lived practically ail of his life with" her nephew, W. Harris Puryear. now or the state highway -department, to whom she had been a mother. She was a devout Christian and a splendid,! woman. class of the County High School, pre sented to Prof.' Donnell M. Galloway, their class teacher, a handsome solid gold',' 'seventeen jewel watch. Prof. Galloway was so surprised, and over come with emotions that it was diffi cult for hini to properly express the sense of appreciation that he felt. There has never' been a more popular or highly appreciated teacher in the County High School than Prof. Gallo- v COMMUNITY FAIR GOLD WATCH GIVEN PROF. D. M. GALLOWAY MEMBEARS THE SENIOR CLASS will receive them and sec SHOW APPRECIATION fOK that they are transported to ...Bosai - THEIR TEACHER. ilfTl.' There are' an abundance of , . , flowers at this season and It 'is hop-d i .-In appreciation .f bis interest and w .ho rnmmittoo that there will be i devotion and untjring fforU in .their trt thin annaL. . i iiehair riemrs , Ol IM general response. graduating AT ISOM ON OCT.rl DATE SELECTED .AND COMMIT TEE IS BUSY ENLISTIN6 SUP-J PORT OF EXHIBITORS. .. .. .'. ! The communHy fair at sou will be held "on Baturday.Octoberl. ThU la the date on . whicb, tjje, ,yery buccss f ul fair was.hcld tlierejayt, jcar, tmd the committee in charge decided upon it as the best dato availablo. It will tie more than a wosk bf.ifore tho date of the county fair at Columbia and will give the exhibitors agood oppor tunity to get their exhibits In shape and ready for th! fair here. , '': Although the Isom community held last year one of the best community fairs in the state the committee- Is fictoi mined to 'make the coining fair an even letter one. Nothing will te left undone. In addition to the exhib it the com mitteo in going to have. splendid program for the day ol mu sic and addrenses. v