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' ' - ....... ..... . ' ' v 5 - ' )U jsgaz , - -..- I :j OQL ' IS t ! iMafi3sfrS " : ffi BOflKS ' B OPENED TEN DAYS 1 B "''"''' ' '"-'W ;' -r;,,p,r.";'-r'.: VXWl) i.srvv; i Every Voter Must Anbeir lit P-r.on - 1 1 ' I ,1' ';;:V:'i V ''n to Get a CertitlcateNo Exceptions I you heed a HancocR hkr P1n 1 We also have WalRihg Plows. Chattanooga mm-:- m - vt p.;i.'vv,;: now aiiout a msc lla aadn0ythihg HatowP" . M 4 T W4' - K'i ,-'f . : -,.',:.;:-... . ' We have a special lov on Lana Koiiers. rrow :'. r rv;.. , Everything you want lower prices. See us. price on the farpi at much Close Out a few no. 40 Steel Beam Left Hand Plows at $14 each 9 . . M.t M .11 Dtteirfis ill LARG E ACREAGE CRIMSON CLOVER IN THIS COUNTY GOOD SEED COMMITTEE COUNTY COUNCIL ISSUES INTERESTING STATEMENT. SPLENDID SAVING - IN , SEED No Other Crop' C'in Take Place'- of CriiTisii Cjoeri'Fertily oQ Soil Is MamtainW b.'6r&wUt. of ThTs Crop. foimiy c(,u nrHl ftf'.agrliiiJJam Jias is sued a nmst flltM-estiii'stal'ieirt-' cort- "ffiliim ofVHmsoH' clover;'- TYi'staVfr' f'Hil lnll'iws in full- " Klad (6 note the growing in- 'West in hmrv i'niint in tha crowing . ' v. ..... ... 'rims-dii clover. ; to those who aie "i'iiipl:i;ing ''see'ti.In'g crimson clover fall it is" n5f oninrv VinXn th( P'f'p; -: t .11 at once. It is very easy 'urn i i iiiinuu LIUYtl i& m '"'"I"1' " 'I lied ia prepared and good ; ' ii when there is a good sia- iii in ii Kfor.iid, The. best. time for s"'''li i- from the middle-to the- last s""l ins hit., an the middle- of Se'ptm- W Mi . ... in .!..;i;nn!? fields for .crimson do- 11 f,; wpII to .turn the land at leant rrmv f.sp , Pfter;'the breaking. 'HiI i.i'i !i,i,l VWrniv until thn .vrhnnrl " m! ii-i'.-Hrl hnd tWti'prizn.l nh ton. i iiii.o , ;i ii ivLr uae the. disc hari t . f i.n,i in . til ?.-niirci ii:tj luu.i i "i,l;ln. The MBcMtotiM VfitHow -ifr InvHldr.p," tlien' tlie bar r i r. Her used to fihish the piep- Uit,. already .been-; mad and teats of the seed and prices can be secured at the. County CounciL office.. . Crimson seed are advancing in .price,. but the Coun cil of Agriculture, will be able to get the lowest prices possible on them. . There is no other crop which will take the place of Crimson clover for our purposes. With the small acre age of our. farms it is necessary for us to use a large part of our acreage each year for cropping. To do this and hold up the fertility of our soils ft" is necessary to use manures. We do not have enough barnyard manure to cover our fields and enable us to crp so heavily; but by. sowing crim son clover in our rotation and turning it in the, spring, it will be equal to uning ten to fifteen ioads barnyard manure to the, acre. . ... . ; So, , with an outlay of one dollar and a half per acre for seed and the fSrborj of preparation, a fertilizer -tor VmfV fields. may be lia'd, very, cheaply. im9 !corn following crimson , jt'lover. wiirhold up during the .drouth" anil make good, yields. We h,a've. not seen a single fieW of corn ( in Maury coun ty, this year, where this t orn followed crimson clover, that has suffered very badly from the drouth. We are an xious to get a more extended use of the crop and are glad to command H to the farmers of the county, a3 a land builder. , Good Seed Committee of the County Council of Agriculture: A. E. MURPHEY, J. T. JEANETTE, .- "; J. II. HARD1SON. REV. W. F. ATKISSON PREHGHiNB HERE Ins KM- I.', W !' ,. .. FLORIDA PASTOR SPENDING HIS VACAT'iON NEAR IhiS'NA-. " .4 l'l:r. "'ina-i, preparation shoufd be us .-Jtinri as possible, then i;i Ins give us moisture ' iiuuro germination any Nn'-iial V. it will be well to 1 i'i ill., ground, 'i-'. care should be exercised '"-d which will give a hleh ' -"iniinaticn. The counc'I '!! is now making germlna f crimson clover seed of- s:'''. They are also get : "Ti 'thesi' spd which will ";7;ti:'l saTiiig to til" f Maury' county. ft im it " i f the Council to hand 'Ms rr.-' t, but to malt" -arrange : '!'' Kood seed with' Rer- . ' . TIVE COUNTY. (From Holiday's Daily Herald.) Rev. W. F. Atkisson. of Ciescent City. Florida, Is tilling the pulpit of the' Garden street Presbyterian church for ths summer, while he Is away firm his Florid charge on his vacation. Mr. Vtktssen was formerly from Marshall county where he is now spending the summer. He comes over for the weak end and preaches every Sunday. " An interesting feature of his connection with ;the t-huiVh here 19 that he was formerly- IWtWt Oxfor-Ml,, where iW. Ii:!! iUrrl of prominent memT-ers. iow ...r. Harris ta one ui -. n the charge here: r. l''-.l-v to inftire- r'"' fit A T.r.cn them of jpreach here until the first of en ROAD WORK IN FOLL PROGRESS III THE COUNTY HUNDREDS OF. HANDS AT WORK AND SCORES OF TEAMS ARE BUSY HAULING METAL. PEOPLE ARE CO-OPERATING iMany Public . Spirited, ., .Citizens' Are Contributing ., to vthe .. Building of First Clasa Roads According to Su pefinte.i?dentuWiH k k . , . uJ'.-- (From .Fidfty's ; Dailya Herald.lt joad work Is in fulli5rogres'in'alI sections, of the county; ; Dietrict.'om missioners have warned in tht lian4s of road ' age and -Warns are -at ' w'drk'f while hundreds of hands 'are ueiiig the shovel and pick. s !m,,- From one end of the county to the other wagons and teams are busily en gaged in hauling gravel. The ditches on the roads are being opened, the grades remade, culverts fixed and a tremendous amount of gravel is be ing hauled. . . j , . . - - ' It is conservatively estimated that on many roads and in many sections of the county more gravel will be plac ed on the roads than ever Defore known. The people have at last seem ingly realized that the' only way to have good roads. is to go out Ih the, summer. BTid - work.: them and place plenty -of metal oil Ahem. and this they eem jdpternuncpl to do. , There,; has ten manifested-a fine spirit1 of ce-operation on,, the. part of citizehs of many. sections of the coun ty Inthe buildiuiE of. roads, says Su perintendent .WUkes. . Hundreds of flays of hauling gravel have been given by' patriotic and public spirited citi xens in fcrder that their roads may be able to stand the weather and traf fic of the coming winter. : ' Just at present the roads are pretty rough at places because of the fresh work, Tint the traveling puhjlc can ac cept this Uncomplainingly with the consolation 'hat It means a much bet ter road next winter when the good roads are really needed. ' ' ' . (Prom Monday's Daily Herald.) Registration in Columbia, which be gan this morning, started off with a rush. It is evident that there is a great deal of interest already In the approaching municipal contest and also In the democratic primary and the voters are going to be prepared to reg ister their wills by having the necessa ry registration certificates. Within two hours after the registra ticn books had opened at the court house sixty odd voters had received their certificates of registration. Near ly all whd registered during the 'morn ing hoiirs;iwt?re men-but a rush of W -meBjJs, ex'pVeCeddfcrfciK thtfafteraoiihs. Already the wdmeri have formed st'sbrt o;ftentiative'otgani2atlori to' get out'the vote and block' leMers: and 'chairmen are canvassing the clW and lierfionaP p urging the women to go to the polls and register. Attention was again called j this morning .'the fact! that votetVcan be regisercd when they ap pear in their "own proper person,' v by Chairlnin-jamea H. Kannon, chairman of the county election board. Many liavt 'apked their "registrars If their wives could not; be registered" without' appKarin in person. This cannot be d6ne. The law with respect to regis tration, is the same when., applied to the women , as it is whn applied to the men. ' , . " Reports frdm Mt., Pleasant and from the precpnets of the third .district in dicate a. llyely interest in registration In the third district last fall ,very few women. .voters registered but it is pr'ch Hl'tt '.HI fl liited that at least fifty per cent0 mill, register,., this yeaj; (ue tq their lneret,;in.a'ltheH county primary Thh hnAUfl .will ho nnon avarv Hav from 8 p clock.ln the morning until, 9 o'clock at night , for the coming ten Ititj'fj ! closing on. a week j(r9m,jfie Thursday night. ; . ;j, JAMES -J, PARRISH SUMMONED BY DEATH lift WELL'KNOWN FARMER OF THE SECOND DISTRICT SICK FOR LONG TIME. T.'V ' pHAT'S OUR' IDEA in making JL ; CAMELS the Quality igar6tte : i Why, just buy Camels and look at the package I It's the best packing science has devised to keep Cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste, fieavy paper outside secure foil wrapping inside find 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 not Improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense jthat must come but of the quality of the tobaccd ?! Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins oil merit alone. AT !l- 0 Because, men smoke Camels who;;want .: the;::. taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly blended. Men smoke Camels for Camel.) smooth, , Refreshing mildness and their freedom from cigar- K retty aftertaste. " , ' -.Mi.V I Camels are made for men who think for them selves. . ' ' , "','' - - '- r -',."- 1 ' REYNOLDS fOBACCO COMPANY, Wln.toi.-S.ltm, N. C, JJ mm .? s 'ft, ANOTHER SECTION u. .n; j ... . . . .... TO TRAFFIC fob (From Saturday's Daily Herald.) James . J. Parrish, one of the best known and most prominent farmers of the county, died this morning, at 8:20 o'clock at his home at Dark's Mill in the 56th year of his age. .The funeral servjees will be conducted Sunday aft- ternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence. by ReV. M. P. Wood'w-N'asbvlllejia, slsiod by Dr.-W. B. Taylor, pastor W "' Tlie same constituents are found In the milk of rll mammals, but they differ in tbo proportion In which they are present nl ritrli kind. Sands of ft river in Colombia, South America, are to be dredged for plati num with an enormeas dredge nw be ing built In Scotland. the First. Methodist church of Colum ia,"iWinttBlnent ShJRafee' Hill cem etery.' ' i; ijpo- following will act as pall bear ers; Jew?Hagey, H. Ul. wakeneid.'O: P. Daugherly; William Murphy, TH- den Green aul Zach Choate. -Hon6ra-ry pall bearers are, Dr. W. P. Wot dridge; ll. h. Hendley, Joe Chapman, Dr. T. H. Mahgrum, J. K. Hughes, Dr. E. R. Walker, W. F. Anderson, Felix Nelson, J. C. Voorhies and A. Fleming Thomas. - Mr. PtrtTlsh had been in 111 -health for many months, and his death was not unexpected, but comes as a great shock to his family and huudreds of friends. He is survived by his wife and one sister, Mrs. Mary Hannah, of Franklin. For many years the decessed was in the Jersey cattle busineESi in Mau ry county aud conducted a dairy upon an extensive scale. The product of his dairy was known far and-, wide. Butter manufactured by the Parrish Dairy supplied the tables of the Ma: well House. x .'..- -'. WATSON APPOINIEOr,, TO FILL VACANCY I NAMED AS REGISTRAR AT SPRING HILL TO SUCCEED REPUBLI CAN, WfcO . RESIGNED. tFrom Saturday's tla'ily Herafrf.) John Watson, Jr., has been appoint ed reglstraf at Spring Hilt in the place of Charles Knapp by Thomas H. Taylor, secretary of the coohly eletv tlcm' commission. The Tprmtnappoifct ee is absent from the state 'and sent In his resifTnatton and the appoint-, tnent was made so (hat the new regis trar could qualify and serve on next Monday. The registrars at this place ROAD NOW OPEN FROM COLUM BIA' TO HUCKABY LANE PRO : GRES8 ON OTHER END. FROM WILLIAMSON 10 NEAPOLIS Anut Four More Miles Remain to Be ..Completed and Effort Is Being Made to Finish Before Middle of Septem ber Heavy Traffic. -f .-''' (Froin Monday's Daily Herald.) tH. -E. Carr, superintendent of the knoxvile Construction Company, an nounced, this morning that, .the New Jackson Military ..Highway iswperi to. iraJnC from Columbia, 'to the. lluckaby Lane, a point more than a "mile the other side of the Bear. Creek pike, or Some 'three and one half miles "from Columbia. The highway Is aiso open from the 'Wlikrhson couiity Hne to Neapblii' Mr. 'CarT' stated tWs morn ing that the road Would be open from Columbia to Dark's Mill by 'the middle of next week if weather conditions continue favorable. '' ' About four more miles of the high way remain to be completed, and it is estimated 'that the work can be done by September 15 if the wea'ier is any thing like favorable. Many men are now employed, and rapid progress is being made. It Is believed that when the new highway Is finally completed that it will be more popular than ever, before, and the traffic from Columbia to Nash ville be unnsualy heavy. It is un derstood that bus lines will be put into operation between .Columbia and ash' vile and much freight,, will .be hauled In trucks between these cities in an. effort to reduce freight rates, now al most out of Teanon. CASHIER H. 0. FULTON : ATTENDSJSOM MEETING DELIVERS MOST INSPIRING AD DRESS AT SPLENDID MEETING '- OF COMMUNITY CLUB. (From Monday's Daily Herald.) The meeting of the Isom community club held Friday night, was one of the best held in several months. The prin cipal speaker was H. O. Fulton, cash ier of the Phoenix National Bank, who discussed in a most entertaining and Inspiring manner the farm problems of today, telitng his hearers that their own 'individual efforts woUll fld more tbari anything elese tor solve the prob lems which confront the nation today. - Dr. C. A. Wilson, of the college of apricnitore, University of Tenn,Rrt WILL VACCINATE FOR PREVENTION OF TYPHOID HERE DR. ROBT. PILLOW, CITY HEALTH OFFICER TO BE AT HEALTH r ' CENTER ON MONDAY. nurse, PEOPLE ARE URGEP TO COME Between 2:30 O'clock and 4 O'Clock on Every Monday and Friday the f Vaccine Will Be Administered to i All Without Charge: ' IFrom Fiday'B' Daily Herald.) Typhoid vaccine will be administer ed by Dr. Robert Pillow, Jr., city health officer next Monday and Friday afternoons and on Mondays and Fri day aftenfoons until otherwise order ed, at the public health center in the court house, where Miss Sara Addison, the Red "Cross home service has her headquarters. ' The hours will be from 2:30 o'clock until 4 o'clock and the public Is Invit ed and urged to be inocculated against typhoid. The treatment will be free and Is part of the program of the pub lic health service of the county which Is being inaugurated by Miss Sara Ad dfsOii, the home service Red Cross nurse. Dr. Pillow urges all to be, in oculated against typhoid.either at the public health center oii the days men tioned or through their own physi cians. There is as much typhoid here now As is ordinarily the case in Sep tember when the complaint .Is at its peak. This also true of the state, ac cording to reports, declared Dr. Pil low. The city health officer said that It was impossible to say how many cases there Were nl' Columbia for the physicians do not promptly report as they are expected to do. t- The Vaclne Is almost proof poeitlv ) against typhoid and the people of the city who have not been vaclnated and especialy those who do not feel abl$ to stand the expense are earnestly re quested to tike advantage of this op portunity and be vaclnated. It was conclusively demonstrated during war that the typhoid vaclne Immuniz ed soldiers as there was nractlrally no typhoid feer In the American army. ACCEPT LOT OF WILLIAM II. LONG FOR NEW SCH -1 nn VVk if Tr.; VY , -,. ';,,!' ... .'1. DODSON'S LIVER TONE KIUS CALOMEL SALE Don't sicken or salivate yourself or paralyse your sensitive liver by taking calomel which is quicksilver. Your dealer sells each bottle of pleasant. Harm It-ss Dodsdtfs' Liver' Tone" on- oVr an lronclad, mbny-laclt rtrntee! that It regulates the liver, stomach! COMMITTEES OF TWO BOARDS OF EDUCATION PLEASED WITH MT. PLEASANT LOCATION, v FOUR ACRES IH THE GROUNDS Between 146,000 and $SO,000 Will Be Expended on Handsome New Struc ture to1 Be Erected Near the Center of the Phosphate City. ' (From Saturday's pally Herald.), Committees of the Mt. Pleasant board 6t education and . the -. County board of education have accepted the . lots tendered to the city ot ML fleas ant by Former Representative .Wlj liam H. Long as the site for the new school building to , be erected there Jointly by the town and county., -;; ' The comiitees met at Mt, Plea,sant " " on Friday and went carefully over the , 2 proposed location and unanimously ac cepted it. The two committees ftle as follows: From county board of edu cationChairman Russell, Secretary Graham and E. P. Richardson ;frohi " Mt. Pleasant board Harry Hlll.' C. C. '!"; Ross and Mr. Mefford. . '' v ' ,; The lots offered by Mr. Long, front on Hay-Long avenue and run back to College street, and In addition It Is ' ' proposed to acquire six lots on. Wall street, in the fear of the Long lots and this will make more than four acre's 4 right in the heart ot the city; giving the schoo' one of the largest and finest sites possessed by' any school in the state. The erection of the new school build-. Ing Is expected to begin at an early , date. It will be a large and ornate building and will take care of the needs of Mt. Pleasant for many years to come. The new building It Is est!- ' mated will cost In the neighborhood of $50,000. "The town of Mt. Pleasant C ' "! has authorized the issuance of $25, OQo.of bonds. The sale of these bonds Is said to be assured. Then the conn-, ty appropriated $10,000 to be pift'fnto ' -' the school from the bond issno of $100, 0C0. In order to get this $10,000, from the county the city had to, and already has put tip $5,000. This makes a' total ' of $10,000 and in addition to this the proceeds from the old building will be placed in the new school which will bring the total amount available to r around $50,000 and with this sum a magnificent building with every itiod- ; em appointment can be provided. -" Secretary Graham, of the county board, who Inspected the Long lot Is very much pleased with the new Iocs- - -" tlon and was load in his praise of Mr. ' Long's generosity. ' J W. (X Parsons. Monte McDanfel and 1? i1 . ? 4 if it.