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ffinm THB C0LUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, JULY VQ, igai 'Tj !
, . ' - ' i l: . I ..II.- Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Rwy The marketing division of the traffic,, department of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway will furnish to persons desiring to pur. the names and addresses of the owners of the following Fir Sal POLL TAXES HOT NECESSARY FOR COMING PRIMARY EXPECTED THAT DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE WILL ANNOUNCE QUALIFICATIONS SOON. POLITICAL POT BEGINS BUBBLE; WORKERS BUSY CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY 0. FICE TO BE SEEN ON ALMOST EVERY SIDE. rinp (i year old Jersey bull; Ear corn, in- shuck, car lots; 100 barrels sriTSS T:Z l?:t'::ZJZ:rzsZl rebistration MOOTED ISSUE NO POLL TAX FOR WOMEN VOTERS &S3 Whether or Not It Will FU Rnuirrl Believed That .Gentler Sex Will Be in Threi Districts Is Being Discuss- Given Ballot Without Being Requir ed by the Members of the commit- ed to Show Receipt Women's Vote tee Women Voters Interested. Ih New Factor. I Co-Operative Auction Sale of Hampshire Sheep Columbia, Tennessse Monday, August 1st, 19211:00 P. M. On tbe date and at the place designated, a ' co-operative auction sale of Kentucky bred Hampshire sheep will be conducted under the auspices of Kentucky Sheep Breeders' Association and the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway. - ' The offering wMll be consigned by Alfred H. Blastock. Versailles, Ky., and will consist of two hundred head of registered rams, pure bred but unregistered rams, registered ewes, pure bred but unregistered ewes, and highly1 bred grade ewes. To producers will be furnished on application the names and dresses of persons by whom the following commodities are ad- Halted Barly; 30 small steers; 6 grade or registered Holstehi heifers; one registered Jersey Bull; Crimson clover seed,' Milling and Shelled corn; Hay, all kinds; Second hand stock scales; Second-hand buggy and horse; Sec ondhand Mower; Second-hand De Laval separator; Sorghum mill, one horse; Hay bailor, one horse; Two share croppers; Abbruzzl Rye seed; 00 or 100 light hogs. Breeders of live stock and producers of field, garden and orchard products for sale, except such as reach the market through established ...i inntrai channels, are invited to communicate to the undersigned com plete description, quantities and other necessary information of such commodities Instructive Literature on alfalfa, Silos, Lime in Agriculture, Peanut and Soy Bean Oil Manufacture Will Be Mailed to any Address upon Request. Address L. P. BELLA, General Agent, Nashville, Tenn. CULLEOKA CROP CANTELOUPES Oil LOCAL MARKET MEETING WITH READY DEMAND, QUALITY IS EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD THIS SEASON. SHIPMENT TO BEGIN SOON Farmers of That Section Are Planning to Plant Large Acreage of Strawber ries This Fall To Find a Market in the East. rFrnm Mondav's Daily Herald.-) More delicious than (before, the fa mous Culleoka canteloupes have made their appearance on the local market, and are meeting with a ready demand. It is expected that shipments in car lots to the eastern markets will begin soon. Canteloupes have ripened this year under ideal conditions, thereby great ly improving the flavor. -Last year heavy rains set In about the time these melons were ripening and the quali ty was not as high as it had been in the past. . " Farmers of the Culleoka section have laree auantitles of canteloupes this season, aid several cars will be shipped to the eastern market, and despite the enormous freight rates, it is expected that good profits will be realized. The Culleoka canteloupe meets with a ready sale wherever it is of fered,, and this year the widely known pink meated melon will compete with the famous Rocky Ford for public fa vor, as these two varieties have been planted. Culleokans planning to supplement the canteloupe crop with strawberries, which will be planted this fall, and it is expected that within the next year or two that section will become one of the leading berry and melon pro ducing sections of the state. (Vmm Mnnrinv'a Hailv HornM 1 - w " V, . Failure of the' county democratic committee which recently undertook to call a primary for next November to provide any rules or regulations or to prescribe any Qualifications -either for the candidates or the voters, is causing a good deal of confusion and more or less of discussion among the candidates and their friends. ' Some of the active women suffra gists are much concerned over wheth er or not they will have to have a poll tax receipt. It is the opinion of many that women can vote this year in gen i eral elections without a poll tax re ceipt, and assuredly they can so vote in the county primary because the men in that primary will not have to have a poll tax receipt. At least the act of 1901, under which it is assum ed the committee has called the prima ry for next November, provides spe ciflically that a poll tax receipt shall not be a pre-requisite to voting in the primary. It is expected that the sub committee in fixing the regulations will follow this law, in fact one prom inent member of the committee ex pressed himself in favor of that policy this morning. Now as to whether or not registra tion in the three districts to which the law applies will be required is a mooted question and not so easy of decision. In the primary of 1910, held under the act of 1901 three days sup elemental registration was required At that time the registration law ap plied- to the entire county and the can didates were assessed a sufficient amount to pay for the expenses of the registration. But whether or not this precedent will be followed since the registration law applies alone to three districts is a question that the committee will have to decide. A member of the committee stated this morning that a meeting would be held at an early date and all the nec essary qualifications for the voters would be prescribed. The fee whicn the candidates will have to pay will also be fixed and assessed. fFrom Monday's Dailv Herald.) As July enters the final week, inter est in the democratic primary to be held in November increases. Candidates for the several county offices to be filled are to be seen on every side.'. AH of them are making active campaigns, and each of them is predicting success for himself in the battle of ballotsin November. The greatest interest centers in the race for trustee, county court clerk and sheriff. Some six or seven have announced their aspirations to fill each of these offices, and it is rumor ed that there will still be other an nouncements before the time limit ex pires. ' Friends 6f the several candidates are beginning to warm up also, and al though it is ' yet more than three mnniha until ' ttio nrimarv Is held, the voters are beginning to make up their tickets. Candidates feel some little concern over the vote of the women.' This is a factor that has not entered previous races for county office and candidates hardly know how to go about "lining up" the vote of the gentler sex, but needless to say each candidate is fish ing for, that vote. , Although Attorney General Thomp son has not ruled on the matter so far as is known here, it is thought that women will be permitted to partici pate in the primary without poll tax receipt, as the legislature enfranchised the women too late to assess them for taxes in 1920, which receipt will be renuired of male voters. Not being required to present a poll tab at the voting booths, it is not un likely that some twenty candidates an no.unced will be able to get out a fair sized vote among the women. Perhaps one of the most interesting races is that for county court clerk, for which three have already announc ed. It is rumored that there may be another entry or two into this race be fore the time limit, expires. Everything for QUALITY -nothing for show 1 THAT'S' OUR IDEA in making CAMELS the. Quality Cigarette., :, t , , Why, just buy Camels' and look at the package ! . It's the best packing science has devised to keep cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste. Heavy paper outside secure foil wrapping inside and the revenue stamp over the end to seal the pack age and keep it air-tight. And note this ! There's nothing flashy about the Camel package. No extra wrappings that do;nbt improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense that must come out of the quality of the tobacco. . , ' ' " ' 'Vv",;,Vv Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins on.., merit alone.. .' VS Because, men smoke Camels who want taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly; blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels smooth,' ' refreshing mildness and their freedom from cigV ; retty aftertaste, , , . '.s"Vf.- iw t:4 Camels are made for men who think for them.' A xy v7-ci cj R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Win.ton-Salem, N. C, - ' ' ! ; M ' hi i l ,.1 OFFICERS BUSY SERVING PAPERS FOR WHEEL TAX BERT ERWIN WOULD SUCCEED MR, HOUSER GIRLS ml I IFftl1 BLEACH THE SKIN Squeeze the Juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces or Orchard White, which any drug store ,m cmniv tnr a few cents, shake well, and you have a quarter pint or harmless and delightful lemon bleach. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion Into the face, neck, arms and hands each day, then shortly note the beau t onH t.-hitonnsq nf vour skin. Famous stage beauties use this lem on lotion to bleach and bring that soft, clear, rosy-white complexion, also as a freckle, sunburn, and tan bleach because it doesn't irritate. (Advt.) l POPULAR YOUNG FARSER. OF THE SIXTH DISTRICT SEEKS OF FICE OF SHERIFF. iSij iOhy Should He Pay Our Debts? Honor Our Honor n nno snrred trust is lost 1 vUI vr-w w w. should we jau 10 puy. Hence PAY WE WILL. IPhoenix National Bank 1 t 1 !lV. A. DALE, President J. LEM THOMAS, V. President ' H. 0. FULTON, Cashier t (From Monday's Daily Herald.) Bert Erwln, of the sixth district, this morning formally authorized the an nouncement of his candidacy for sher iff subject to the democratic primary. Mr. Erwin is one of the best known young farmers of the southern sec tion of the county, very popular with all of his neighbors, clever and accom modating to a degree.. He is a son of Jonas T. Erwin, superintendent of t;he county .home, and is thoroughly qualified for the duties of the office that he seeks. ... Mr. Erwin has had some experience as an official, having served , several years ago as live stock inspector dur ing the period when the federal and state governments were co-operating to eradicate hog cholera in this coun ty and made a most enviable record. He expects to make an active and vig orous campaign and will appreciate the efforts of his friends in his inter est. Minks feed chiefly on fish and am phibious animals. Male lions of India are maneless. GROVELAND GIANTS DEFEAT POTTSVILIE INTERESTING GAME IS STAGED BY COUNTY TEAMS AT PILLOW PARK SATURDAY AFTERNOON fFrnm Monday's Daily Herald.) Playing the first of a series of games to decide the county baseball cham pionship, the Groveland Giants Sat urday afternoon in Pillow Park de feated the fast Hardison Mill, or Potts- ville team, by a score of four to three. The game was a pitcher's duel from s.tart to finish between McKibbon for the Giants and Keltner for Pottsville, the Giants secured a total of nine safe bingles, while the Pottsville crew was able to count but eight. McKibbon struck out twelve men while -Keltner sent eight of the Giants back to the bench via the whiff route ting of Monte McDaniels, wM i3four triDS UO.DOlett OUl a Single, a uuuuio and a triple, and had it not been for a bum toot his last clout would have been good for the circuit The box score follows: Pottsville E. Ring, ss . Cundiff, cf . D. Ring, 3 b Billington, c AI3 R H PO A E ..5 0 2 1 3 1 1 0 Baxter, If 0 Osteen, rf 4 0 Thomas, lb u Odell, 2b 0 Keltner, p 1 oapM ) 1 2 0 0 0 2 RUSH CONTINUES AT OFFICE OF COUNTY COURT CLERK MANY PAID DURING VONTH. FINAL' WARNING TO DELINQUENTS Indicated That Issuance of Distress Warrants Against Buggy and Was on Owners Will Begin Within Shor Time. t . (From Tuesday's Daily Herald.) As the result of the issuance .of dis tress warrants for the collection of delinquent county wheel tax, no less than eighty-five automobile license have been sold since the first day 01 the present month and the campaign of collection continues. Sheriff Houser, his deputies and constables are being kept as busy as a flock of switch engines servin these papers and it is Indicated that another hundred license tags will be sold be fore the campaign closes. Many of those who have paid the county tax have done so under protest, but nearly every one claims he was no tified of the intended action of county officials In collecting the the tax Those who have been forced to' pay under the distress warrants find that the delay of payment has been costly. Officers fees run the total up to a sum considerably more than the tag would have cost bad the automobile .owner gone ahead as required by law and bought the tag to begin with. Up until the present time the coun ty license has been paid upon 1,761 automobiles, while it is estimated that there are probably 100 more motor propelled vehicles in the county than the number of tags sold would indi cate. Warning is again given by County Court Clerk Lipscomb that wagons , and busgies must' also pay this wheel tax as required by law. . He has mere ly chosen to clean up the collection of automobile license tags first, and it is indicated that the issuance of distress warrants for delinquent buggy , and, wagon taxes..will begin sopu. , , CRIMSON CLOVER SEED AVAILABLE VM r (From Monday's Daily Herald.) Crimson clover seed are now availa ble to the farmers of the county through the field seed committee of the county council of agriculture. The farmers will find .lover seed cheaper this year than last. a a BELIEVE TAI1LAG When Brother Henry Ford was about to get into financial trouble & i c th( nr he went to the Bible, so he tells us In the Wall M HIU lltDb.U4 V tf f J".. -U,,hiAM P Ij Street Journal, and found the following in ncDrews inu vu.i, jr. 1st Verse: ; -.. .. .x - A5 "Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of g 5B things not seen." 7 : ' T . t kUwhiif KEPT HIM ON.JOB Total firm-eland Demascus 2b-ss Hight, lb Moore, c McDaniels, ss-2b Dixon, If 4 B. Watson, rf McKibbon, p Stipes, 3b .. G. Watson, cf Vs1 ..40 3 8 24 9 5 AB RHPOAE 12 3 2 2 9 0 0 2 14 0 0 3 110 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 .4 0 0 .4 0 4, Faith was the driving 'power xthat drove him 4 : ..rlf V - ViiA mrmtha' tlmft 1: tis w nil iu wv dlfflcul- Youllwant your Heating System ready in the Fall Now is the time to call us. J. O. REES Total 35 4 9 27 4 5 Summary: Two base hits, McDan iels, Hight. Three base hits, McDan iels! Double play, E. Ring, Odell to Thomas. Earned runs. Groveland 2. Stolen bases, Demascns, McKibbon, Keltner. Struck out, by McKibbon 12, by Keltner 8. Passed ball, Billington. Left on bases Pottsvile 10, Groveland 5. Time, 2:00. Umpire, Moore. Europe" first authentic history be gins In Greece, about 776 B. C. Parafin Is found in the native state in coal and bituminous strata. TULSA CITIZEN DECLARES HIS WIFE WAS ALSO GREATLY BEN EFITED BY TAKING IT. "It was certainly money well; spent when I't)ought Tanlac, for I doubt f I would be able to be on the job today if it hadn't been for" this medicine," said J. E. Chandler, of 32 Olympia St., Tulsa, Okla. . "For a long time before I got Tan Tanlac I wuS troubled with what l believe was rheumatism. I had awful pains and soreness In my shoulders, and many times my arms were so miff and ached ko bad I could hard'y raise my hands to my head. I don't believe I could have been in more mis ery had some one been sticking me with a knife, and It was just all I could do to stay on the job. I couldn't find anything to help me. and I was certainly in bad shape. "I have taken six bottles of Tanlac, and it has relieved me of rheumatism Rn completely that I never have an ache or pain and I have regained my full strength and energy. "My wife was not well and had no appetite to speak of. She took Tanlc at the- same time I did, and it has given her such a splendid appetite that she said to me tbe other day It looked like she would eat us out of house and home. I believe Tanlac is all that-kept me on the Job, and there are so many others in ill health that I feel it Is my duty to tell everybody I can about it." (Advt) ' But with Faith we must also have Work. How about you? si Columbia Bank & Trust Company! w r r.PFFNf aW Pro f.F.O. E. McKENNON . Cashier. W "V I Slhis Question of - l & , , ' . : .v . JXTS I Buyingi Supplies ALL of us know that the most profitable farms are the ones that A 'f. have the most modern equipment U; Perhapa jou are putting oft your purchases for the want of ready 5f jli cash. - M But credit will serve you just as well with any progressive dealer j or manufacturer. - . j Especially If you're backed by a Member Bank of the Federal j J Reserve System. , , Come in and let us talk with you about your farm needs. . jj . ' . . it . Ill SHaury JJational Bank! ...... .......... .....A. ...... A..A..A..A.A..A,A A.-AAA?JL V " iV i'r 1 7 i i A.' i j: ii W ' v . . r-nfl rl T kTT( T T