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THE COLUMBIA HERALD, m PAY. 1ULY 29, j$n
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HIE COLUMBIA HERALD.
fttlihed Weekly by The Columbia
Heraid Company, Inc, J. I. Fln
ty, President. W. D. Hasting!,
, ' Secretary and Treasurer,
tntered In the Poutofflce at Columbia,
Tenn., as leconi-ciass mall matter.
J. I. FINNEY President
RICHARD H. WYATT .V. Editor
ft. D. HASTINGS.. Business Manager
W SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
On TUf .....,$1.25
H Months 75
fV, .THE FARMERS,
'General rejoicing over the, rains
that have' at lane broken the long
drought' W' this section again Illus
trates tbe conditions under which the j
farmers, the most important class ot
ail those engaged In gainful occupa-!
Hons, because they are the producers ,
of the food and raiment of all the peo-
ple, must labor and produce. It is
email wonder that the farmers are the
' most mercurial of all people. They
are either in the pictures or in the
cellar and with good reason. They are
ever at the mercy of the elements. No
matter how wisely they may plan,
their plans are always subject to the
whims of the weather.
; The farmer must not only be In con
stant combat with the forces of na
ture, for be must reckon with floods
and draughts, but he must contend
with Insects and blights and rusts
and a thousand other ills to which the
plant life of the world is heir to. He
must likewise be prepared to suffer
Worn the diseases ;to which his domes
. tic animals are subjected. ' No peo
ple bo closely scan the heavens or
watch with such eager Interest the
slightest signs that, everything Is not
well with the plant or animal life
about them. No one knows so" well
the fickleness of the weather5 or has
a. better understanding of nature than
the farmer. He must constantly com
mune with nature. He must be alert
to sense'the slightest sign of a change
in her moods.
i For these reasons the farmer must
not' only bp the mpst resourceful and
te niost; self-reliant man in the world,
but he is necessarily either an opti
mist of a pessimist. It requires not
only good Judgment but quick decision
to solve the constantly changing prob
lems that confront the farmer. This
explains why such a tremendously dis
proportionate number of those we call
"great," that is men who have achiev
ed unusual distinction over their fel
lows, begin their autobiographies,
their biographies or their obituaries
with the time worn phrase "born on
a farm." It is not the tact that he
was born on the farm so much as that
in early manhood he lived on the farm,
learned the" great lesson there taught
"of self-reliance, of quick decision, of
fortitude in adversity, that have giv
en him the elements that lifted him
Above the average of his fellows.
There ire ."ups and downs," there
are disasters and disappointments,
there is much of grinding toil and of
the sacrifice of individual comfort and
pleasure, In the lives of those who do
achieve success on the farms, but it
has its, compensations that offset all
these Tdifflculties. The farm Is not a
maker of wealth for its owner or its
tenant but it is a great maker of char
acter and developer of good citizens.
Without the leaven furnished by the
steady yeomanry of this country, cne,
trembles to contemplate the fate of
cmr institutions in these critical days
of,' unrest and discontent. The young
man who loves the farm and is will
ing: to give to Its development the
same degree of intelligent effort, of
-unremitting toil and of personal atten
tion that those who succeed in other
lines must give, will never grow
wealthy in this world's goods but will
alwayB be assured of plenty and will
ever have the satisfaction of know
ing that ho is a producer and never a
parasite upon society. A good farmer
must be a good citizen; in other avo
cations men may succeed without
making such contribution the gener
' al welfare
ANNOUNCEMENTS
For Sheriff
The Herald Is authorized to an
nounce ' V
E". 8 YD. DOOLEY
a candidate f or, Sheriff,' subject to tbe
democraticfprlmary, Nov. 12, 1921.
The Herald Js ' authorized to an
nounce .''.'
R. SAM . HAROISON
a candidate tor Sheriff, subject to the
democratic primary November 12,
if2l.
The Herald is authorized to an-
nounce ,
ANDREW B, EWING '
a candidate for sheriff, subject to the
democratic primary November 12,
1921. .
The Herald Is authorized to an-
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nounce v t y - f
LUTHER L. LEE
a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the
democratic primary November 12,
1921. .
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The Herald is authorized to an
nounce "
CLAUDE I. GODWIN
a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the
action of the democratic primary No
vember 12, 1921.
The Herald is authorised""" to &-
nonce
Albert s. boyd
a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the
democratic primary November 12,
1921. '. V , - ..
The Herald Is authorized to an
nounce ' .
BERT ERW'N
a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the
democratic primary November' 12,
1921. :;
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BUSINESS BETTER
IK THE SOB
CLARENCE TATE SAYS MISSISSIP
' PI FARMERS ARE PRACTICING
& ' -
.DIVERSIFICATION.
' Clarence B. Tate, well known busi
ness man ot Lynnville, and who trav
I over the South, was here this
morning between Mains. Mr. Tate ha3
just returned lrom a trip through Aid
ama and ' Mississippi very much
pleased vilh the improvement ot con
ditions In those tes In recent weeks.
Tn Jfoitcn rcrtago where he had
been. be said, was far less than he
had ever known it and was less than
hair of that planted last year. Tbe
coruVcreage has increased proportion
ately ,to the decrease in the cotton
crop and be declared that he had nev
er seen such prospects for a corn
yield. They are having an abundance
of rain and the condition of the crop
Is eicellent, and be expects a record
yield ot all kinds ot food stuffs. Nev
er before have the people ot the sec
tions through which he has traveled
practiced diversification of crops to
snrh an extent as they have this year
and with such gratifying results.
For Register
The Herald Is authorized to an
noune . ,
JAMES J." POGUE
a candidate for Register, subject to
the democratic primary November 12,
1921.
For Trustee
The Herald Is authorized to an
nounce ;
. J. M. (JACK) GRAN BERRY ,
a candidate for trustee, subject to the
democratic primary,,. November 12,
192L " ' C . '
The Herald is authorized to an
nouncn '
JAMES D. CAf HEY
a candidate for Trustee, subject to the
democratio primary November 12,
1921.
The Herald is authorized to an
nounce '
ROBERT H. JACKSON
a candidate for Trustee, subject to the
democratic tprinary, November 12,
19.21.,., ' . '
The Herald, is authotiseil to an
nounce , . . . . ',."-
WILL C. NAPIER
a candidate for Trustee, subject to
the democratic primary November 12,
192L
The Herald Is authorized to an- 5
nounce ' "
HENDERSON AKIN
a candidate for Trustee, subject to the
action of the democratic primary No
vember 12, 1921.
The Herald Is authorized to an
nounce '
CLOYD WHITAKER
a candidate for Trustee, subject to
the democratic primary, November 12,
1921. "
is. authorized , to an-
The Herald
nounce ' 1
JOE L. ,HAGEY
a candidate for county Trusteu, sub
ject to the democratic primary Novem
ber 12, 1921.
Circuit Court Clerk
The Herald is authorized to an
nounce JOE -T.4ANDERS0N
a candidate for Circuit ' Court Clerk,
subject to tbe democratic primary No
vember 1$, D1. , . ;
County Court Clerk
The Herald fs authorized to an
nounce '" ,'. ' . .
GILBERT M. ORR
a candidate for County Court Clerk,
subject to the democratic primary No
vember 12, 1921.
The Herald Is authorized to an
nounce THOMAS Y. ENGLISH
a candidate for County Court Clerk,
subject to the democratic primary No
vember 12, 1921.
The Herald is authorized to v
nounce J. WILBURN PATTERSON
a candidate for County Court Clerk,
subject to tbe democratic primary
November 12, 192L .
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15 Yurds'nf nnttnn Crash W . V J . w w w- One Table of Ladies' ;1,U
Toweling, 4Made
in Columbia"
Children's Hats, Friday
and Saturday,
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Two Pays of Pleasant and Profitable Shopping for Economical Shoppers
Dollar Days in Reacly-torWeai1
Department--Secohd Floor
$1.00
....$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
- $1.00
Three only Ladies ' , ,
Coat8,....i. ....... ........ ...J..
Two only ladies Tailored
Suits...
Odds and ends of ladies dresses including
values up to $15.00
I
Ladies White Waists
values up to $3.50 . .,
SpeciaHot of Children's
Gingharn Dresses
Children's Romp
ers, 2 for . . ...
Ladies White CI flfl
Skirts $2 values - JH.UU
Special lot of chil
dren's Dresses
$1.0&
$1.00
Ladies $1.75 Bun- (M nil
galow Aprons 2 Tor J) I .UU
Ladies White
Middies at ..
2 ladies pink
Union Suits.."..:
$1.00
$1.00
Dollar Days in Housekeepers Needs
10 Mercerized Nanking 10 Cotton Huck Uijest To
at ...r.. .'. $1.00 els ...... ... ..j.$l;0
One lot of $l.SO Table 3 fancy Hath TowolslOij
c,otn $1.00 4 Hfttli .Towol T,(ic villus.
8 18x36 Cotton Huck Towels,
at $1.00
9 Huck Towels, ojids and
$1.00
One lot of Klx!t0 Sheets,
'." $1.00
ends $1.00' Onovlot of 72x!n) Sbeets,
2 large fancy and plain llt ''$1.(50
white Bath Tove!s$1.00 4 30c Pillow Case8..$l.CO
4 large white Bath Towels. 0ne lot ()f inning n.mr.ls.
$1.00 ?:!.00 value S'l.OO
at
n Hemstitched Linen Finish Table Linen 70 Indies
Huck Towels
$1.00
wicie
$1.00
$F7.90
u
EACH
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY
One lot of ladies pretty new Silk and
Organdy, Dresses including values up
to $35 each.", A great big value.
$.90
u
' EACH
Dollar Days in, Toilet Goods
12 Cakes large size
Jap Rose Soap, JJQ
12 Cakes Palm M Ml
Olive Soap. '.4)1. UU
8 large size M Mi
boxes Lux . . . 4I.UU
5 Cakes Facial
Soap
$1.00
5 Cafces 1 flfl
CuticaraSoa:p. I .UU
5 boxes Marvis
Talcum
$1.00
locar.47:n.,$1.00
y.:o..$1.00
WEN'S $2.00 and $3.00 SHIRTS Jj (JQ
I
A big.valuH for Friday & . Saturday
.OTaRII VALUES FOR MEN
each
20 White Hem
stitfliod Hand'1
ki'rcvuf?f8.'; 7, " '
.'. - : r I .; j "
12 Whit-) Hiincl-Uerchiofs.
o pair
25c Socks.
)0
3 pair Inter
woven Socks.
2 Hoys Porus
Knit Union Suits.
Oollar Days in Rug and Drapery Department
27x51 Printed Jap Grass
K"K8 at $1.00
i
2 :ifix72 Printed Matting
Ruga --LOO
t yard wide Pro Lino,
at S1.00
2 yard Hardwood Flooring
Patterns of Congo!eu.in,
' at ....$1.00
One special lot of real Gold
Seal 9x12 Congoletim
unss $11.00
2',i Vitrds of fie China Mat-
" ting .....$i.oo
3 yards of 50c China Mat
ting ' $1.00
:! yards 40: Curtain Scrim,
at $1.00
4 yards of 3 yard wide Gold
Seal Congoleum ..$9.00
2';i yards of fancy Printed
Curtain Goods ...$1.00
2ni yards of ,50c. Marquisette,
at " $1.00
7 ya,-(z nf C:irta'-- Scrim,
at $1.00
$1,-50 Wizard Mops.. $1.00
If You See It In Our Ad, It's So.
50 pairs of ladies
slippers and ox
fords odds and
ends sizes 1 to 5
$1.
N00
Pair
Dollar Days In Silk And
Cotton Goods
SECTION-FIRST FLOOR
$1.00!
One table of silks in
eluding .values
up to 3
3 yds of shirt- (M nn
ins madras... jl.UU
3 yds. of Ivan tfl flfl
hoe ginghams. I .U'1
3 yds. 30 in. M flfj
white skirting. ).UU
b yds. pajama (Tf nn
checka I.UU
6 yds. long
cloth
(5 yds white
luna lawns.. .
t) yds. white
Dimity ..
7 yds. 20c
bleached
domestic . .
R yds. sliirting
madras
0 yds. 20 an
25c domestic
One lot of plain and
fancy georgette values
up to $4.50
at
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
.$1.00
$1.0$
1$1.00
lain and
be values
$1.00
H yds apron
check gingham
8 yds. dress
ginghams ....
15 yds. 38 inches
brown . ,
domestic
8 yds - bleached
domestic .
8 yds. Sea'-Is-land
domestic
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
One lot of Gold Edge'
Taffeta ..$1.00
4 yds. Kimono
Crepe
3.J yds. shirt- T1 nn
iug percals I .UU
A yds. romper (T1 nn
cloth... JI.UU
!yds.xcrash (M nn
toweling 3 ,UU
10yds. bleached
?o;"::!i;:......$i.oo
$1.00
If You See It In Our Ad, It's So
PRICE OF SWINE
; ADVANCE TODAY
DIME IS ADDED TO PRICE HOGS.
SHEEP AND CATTLE MARKETS
BOTH UNCHANGED.
The nrir e ot swine rontinued on the
'VP grade today, advancing U'ti ctnts
this morning on both tho Lmiisvile
and Nashville markets and putting
top hog bark to the $11.50 mark.,
Cattle and sheep were both steady
and quotations tmeuanged.
.'.On the local marketi. deaWs report
ed all quotation of Tuesday steady
aiid unchanged.
J'Bran has declined to $25 a ton hut
aborts are unchanged.
LOUISVILLE LIVE 8T0CK.
tHy Bourbon Stock Tardi.)
Special to The Herald.
LOClSVll.LE. Ky.. July 27. Cattle
Receipts, ::0() head. Market stady.
Hogs Receipts, 1,200 head. Mar
ket dime higher. ' From 2C.0 pounds
and up, $11; from 200 pounds and
down, $ll.fiO; thrownutg, from $S.:!5
down.
Sheep Keieipts, 2.200 head. Mar
ket slow, l.anihs, $!; sheep from $1
down. ' '
QUOTATIONS
HOQ
Heavy hogs, 2fi0 lbs.
and up . . .' ... .....
Choice hogs, lf5 tu 2fl0
pounds : . .
Prime hogs, ir0 to 105
pounds .
iooi pigs, yo to i:io ,
pounds
Good light pigs, ao
pounds down
Throwouis
COOJi 7.00 , Ing chickena, 19 cents; litllf
.wuo.uleus, zo cents; stags, 20 crnts; i"
jters, 7 cents;' ducks, 1.". (tnt-i I
4.ii0 5.00 j geese, 9 cents lb
6.006.50i . 1
ll.Ot)
: Oest bu'.uier steers ......
Medium butcher steers ",
j Common to fair butcher
steers ,
t
Host butcher heifers ....
11. -Vt Medium to good butcher - BUTTER FAT
j heifers 6.00, 0.00 Butter rat-Dellver at rr-a....
i i. ..ii ; uoraraon to mcaium uutcner -
NASHVILLE LIVE STOCK.
6HE AND LAMBS
Choice epcins lamln : . .$:.6$10J. ! Feeders
Seconda . . . . 4.0tffi .".0 I Stockers
j heifers
1 1 do i Good to choice fat cows . .
J Medium to good fat cows
.f0 j Cutters ,
S.10 i Canncrs
! Best bulls
4 Common bulls
4.OO55.00 1
4.50 U 6.50
3.50 S 4.50,
2.O0tt3.ti0 :
i.oo2.o) ;
S.5044.00 !
cents Jb,
(tlnlon Stock , Yards ) .
Special to The Herald.
NASUVILLK. Tenn.. July 27. Hog
receipts 1.500 head, market ten cents
higher. Cattle receipts 200, market
steady. Sheep and lamb receipts luO,
market steady.
Culls
Uest fat sheep
Common nheep
CATTLE.
Prime heaty .'shipping
steers
Medium shipping steers
Light chipping steers .
4.00ff5.f0 j G'd to choice veal calves
2.50i:i.00 i Medium to good calves ...
1.00$r2.U0 Common and trashy calves
(Choice milk cows ( 40.OOJi73.ooj
Medium to R.iod milkers . 25.0tKr 25.00
.$f..50(ir7.00
I
poDuce.
GRAIN AND FLOUR.
Cin meal .SO in bulk,
floe bushel in bags.
Oats Per bushel 40 cents.
Wheat, at local milld' Nn. 2. V'
2.00W3.50,hU3l)fl,?,20
5.000? G.00 ! vinic.,..i.., , ,v.
barrel; bst patent, $;.7."; bati'-l
brjii. 2.ri.(Ht ton- .hurt. ::imi 'hi
4.00rr 7.00 . dairy fpfM, 3 J0 t
2.00 T 4.00 1
3.00 5.00
7.P0.&S.OO
5.50M c.r.o
5.00y CM
WOOU
Kree from burrs, 15c ' .; niedinfn
'iiirry. 10c n.; Jiard burry. f.c to r
Kgga. loose 22 ceuts; hena, i:C; trJ. J:v Herttd CUap Caunln Ad Ff y.

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