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CENSUS WORK. BEOINS JAN. 2ND%
, Director of the Census Sara L. Rogv, ers has announced that everything is ? in readiness to begin the canvassing , ' campaign that during the month of January, 1920. will cover every mansion, every cottage and every hut in the country. Bvery person in the J .land will be enumerated and the names, ages, birthplaces and occupations of all of Uncle Sam's neices and Bephews will be set down and forwarded to Washington. Many other questions concerning home tenure, citizenship, marital status, literacy, sex*, color and race are contained in the population schedule which the enumerators will fill out from the answers given them. Farm Questions Important. Farmers also will be asked the Questions contained in the agriculture schedule relating to their farms. These questions cover farm tenure, farm products, values of farm lands, buildings. implements and improvements, field crops, garden products, farm expenses, live-stock, poultry, bees, dairy products, improved and unimproved 'and, farm draiiage and irrigation?in fact, all phases of i-.e farming industry rre covered. Even the family Ford will be j counted, as, in fact, will all automo- j i biles and tractors on farms. Ques- ; i tions as to- telephones and electric- j light, gas and water plants also arc i in 1110 gruup ?ji- IUHU.WV^ , IfftSch fall under the general heading j 4t "farm facilities," the purpose of; * 1_ R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Cu. ? ? United Stat Winter Ex All Floric ( All Ye \ Good i Southei For ir J the government in collecting information of this character being to show the modern improvements installed on farms during the past decade. Information Confidential. The Census Bureau desires tb emphasize the fact that the information gathered in the Census is for general statistical purposes only and that such information can not be used as a basis for taxation. Nor can such information be used to harm any person in any way. This is pointed out in the President's Proclamation. As a matter of fact the identity of individuals is lost as soon as the filledout schedules aro received at Washington. For upon reaching there the information is transferred from the sheets to cards. This is done by machinery and names are discarded entirely. Moreover, every person connected with the taking of the- Census is pohibited by Federal law from divulging any information given them in the performance of their duties. The Bureau of the Census has always had the willing cooperation of the public in the past and confidently looks forward to that same spirit of cooperation for the census of 1920. *- * flnn will hi4 j\ny lui ui\;i imv* ??* ? ->* g:iven upon inquiry to Julian S. Wolfe, Supervisor, Seventh District. Orangeburpr, S. C* ?? MEXICANS TRY TO Bin: EUROPEAN WAR WEAPONS Paris, Friday, Dec. 26.?A number of Mexicans who have recently arrived in Europe are reported to have III" that just Is |J' every man game enoug f tidy red tin and a jimm; Get it straight that v, pipe or cigarette making in P. A. That's hecav You can't any more mak< tongue or parch your throat t drink when he's off the wate out by our exclusive patented You just lay back like a reg the cards and wonder why i section in the P. A. smokepas to remember back! Bay Prince Albert everywhere tob tiefv red tins, handsome pound and ?that clever, practical pound cryi moistener top that keeps the tobc R. J. Reynolds Tobacco C es Railroad Administration . cursion Tickets TO la Winter Touri Jood returning until May 31, 192c ALSO ar Excursion T To California eturair.g nine months from date T%1\ m rvaiiroai [formation apply to Ticket attempted to purchase arms and ammunition. according to information received here. Whether they aro connected with the recent shipment of five carloads of machine guns and accessories sent from Cassel to Amsterdam, which Marshal Foch reported were consigned to Mexico, is as yet undetermined. The Mexicans, who are reported to represent the Carranza government came to Europe by different routes having previously agreed upon a meeting placo which is understood to have been a city in France. It Is now reported they arc in the interior of Germany. c ? PRJ7TTY GIRD HAS FRIEND AT COURT Winsome Stenographer Who Killed j Alleged Tnsulter Gets -Vew Trial at liar. Knoxville, Tenn., Dec. 27.? Miss Maude Moore, pretty young stenographer, recently convicted of first deI OVER-ACIDITY I of the stomach has upset many a night's rest, If your stomach is adddisturbed, dissolve two or three iruMninc j J** | on the tongue before retiring and en- m joy refreshing sleep. The purity and I goodness of Ki-moids guaranteed by R SCOTT & BOWNE I I I )mm' i [|k i i it*. i , | ! 1 1 ii! i i i sli1 ! ! i11' |h" in p bout smokes, Prince Albert d to a joyhandout standard ivishes smokehappiness on h to make a bee line for a y pipe?old or new! rhat you've hankered for in 5 smokes you'll find aplenty fseP. A. has the quality! e Prince Albert bite your j han you can make a horse r! Bite and parch are cut process! pilar fellow and puff to beat n samhill you didn't nail a ;ture longer than you care *5) acco is sold. Toppy red bags, ' half pound tin humidors?and $tal glass humidor with sponge icco in such perfect condition. !o., Winston-Salem, N. G. Announces } Now oo Sale st Points ). ickets of sale. i Lines igents. I gree murder in connection with the slaying of Leroy D. Ilarth. automobile dealer, was today granted a n?-w trial by Judge T. A. Ft. Nelson. Judge Nelson is announcing' hi?; decision to grant, the girl a new trial declared that he would have approval a verdict for second degree munh-r, but that the evidence presented did not warrant a first degree verdict. Judge Nelson asserted that while Miss Moore's testimony, given at her trial, was "wholly incredible," the jury might have let her off with a verdict of guilty 01" manslaughter had she admitted that she went out riding with ITarth "for immoral purposes and that on the joy ride they had an argument." Ilart'n was killed on a lonely pike i i i : The Rose-Mai : i ij HOI I I ; jjiimer ; | Supper ! i 1222 WASHING 1 I , i . i \\ ?mn?i?iif mimnuti ABSOLUTEL Special Attention Paid, Baltimore D 1329 1-2 Main St. COLT ? | Look for Large Electric Sig S Hours 8 to 8. Si P. J. O'NE Suite No. 7 Caroli Cor. Main and Washington Sts Buggies, Waj We Have a Splendid Li] We have every style and size i Come in and see them on our OUR GUARANTEE Gregory-Conder 1115 Hampton St., - ? Everything Sanitary New Star ] ?FC LADIES AND Open Day a Food of the Best Quality Prep Polite Attention with Q Share of the public patr cordial welcome awaits 1 ' */%<?/<* i* r\ n j ittIZ MamM., rnone rom! n?-:ir h<-ro rflj months ago wlliln h ntifl MiMoor': tvoro Out riMhif- \f)?p .vinoro'fi n~<: was flint ?li?> t:bot f 1strt.b v.-i f h Mm iattor's I'Vilvr-r in iJfifortPO of hor Mfo and iioimi rollowiriK !>" on h'-r by (In i t h I If Your Eyes Need Ltlw.tlon. or the K'af.eof: you are u.'Jinjf :u?- not. Jufrt. rixht, eonr.nlt our eye Kpoclalip.t, it. coate you nothing. An<l if noeeaaary will fit. you to the % kirnl of jclriHMPH your '-yori require. A. J. (,LAXO\, ;it. Tapp'.s Department Htoro, Cor. Main an*] Blanding Stti. Columbia. S. C. _ ~ IE "y Tea Room ! J I JRS: 12 to 3 i - 5:30 to 8 ;ton street j MARY A. WELLS j X PAINLESS modern methods we will love Teeth, Live Nerves, til the mostjsensitbe caviwithout Pain or Bad After sets. | to Out of Town Patients ^ ental Parlors j JMB1A, S. C. Phone 586 E n and Moving Dental Exhibit j jtairs. | undays 10 to 3 4 ILL, M. D. is specially and comf letly equipped ases of S omach, Kidney and Bladand Skin, Rectal Conditions, Piles nlessly Without Operation.) Want to Klow: Can you be cured? ill it take? Will it be permanent? , cost? C nsult me FREE. * rt is made to avoid unnecessary iding out of town cases, idually in charge of my office, hav2al assistants or associates. Thereise if blaced in my hands, reef ives ;ion and you achieve results as rapble un< er high class treatment. j examine every patient thoroughly, r when necessary, " ~ i, m. to 7 p. m. Sundays 10 to 2. na National Bank Building N/TVf V * t> j*s. . lULUMmA, S. I. \ jons, Harness. ae of Well Made Vehicles Hackney Buggies Washington Baggies Columbus Buggies Brown Buggies />^\Nissen Wagons ^wOld Hickory Wagons Hackney Wagons n above makes floor MEANS SOMETHING Mule Co. - - COLUMBIA, S. C. At Reasonable Price Restaurant )R? GENTLEMEN nd All Night J. >ared in the Highest Art. nick Service. %onage is solicited, anda :he Lexington Folks. 3351 Ja Columbia, S.C. , ' There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than nil other diseases put together, and for years it was supposed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment. 1 j pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a. lo<-al disease, greatly influenced by ] constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment Tfoll'o * ~ '.MA . o vai/44 i ii iu^uiviJuU) liiaiiuia^'iurcu by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.. Is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of th? ^ ^System. One Hundred Dollars reward is offered for any case that Hall's Ca tarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send ' ! for circulars and testimonials. | F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. | Sold by Drugigsts, 75c. j Hall's Family Pills for constipation. | Theory is a vine from which facts i BULBS of ALL KINDS f FOR FALL PLANTING J FLOWERS For All Occasions. J? Best attention given all orders largt : or small, weddi ng bouquets, funeral work, anything in flowers. I CHAS. L. SUGH FLORIST. 1446 Main St Phone 2761 COLTMBIA, S. C. | PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 ' J. A. CLIFTON M. D SPECIALIST I In diseases of the eye, ear nose and | | throat in Saluda on Monday and in | Batesburg Tuesday with Dr Mitchell II. FRANK KNEECE Real Estate and Insurance ~" I BATESBURG. S. C. i I : l Dr. H. L. GREGORY, I Veterinary Surgeon. Office 1306 Assembly Street,* Columbia, S. C. , Office Phone 1342 J Residenc Phone 2754 Dr. BARNHILL DENTIST, The Crown and Bridge Specialise 16'5 Main St., Columbia, S.C Over Lever's Shoe Store Phone 2149 : Dr. C. T. BROOKS Dentist j 1434 Main St., Columbia, S. C> Phone 447 DR. H. W. WALL 1 DENTIST, 1316 Main Street COLUMBIA S, C ' * Office Hours: & to 1:30?2:sc DRS. BOOZER, | DENTIST, I Have returned to the jldOv block, 1542 Main street, Columbia, just- across the street from their old stand, DR. D. L. HALL, Dentist ) COLUMBIA, S. C. 1626 MAIN STREET, I /-N. o a vf k*5a t5 *w I -XIUUi O* O ill* IA> v v v i? Cancer taken out by the root withia nine or ten days without knife. Guaranteed never to come back. ! S. P. Shumpert, J '| 1200 Divine Street COLUMBIA S. O i i ' ! E. J. BEST Attorney and Councellor 203 2nd Floor. National Loan and Exchange Bank i j Columbia, S. C. I Dr. TOOLE, DENTIST, 11623 Main St., Columbia, S.C PROFESSIONAL ; NOTICE OF REMOVAL I Dr. A. J. Bedenbaugh & Dr. ] P. B. Spigner have moved their ln ' 1 ^ ^ A.. A j uentaj unices 10 secuuu m vi, 1626, Main street, Colnrabia.S Pj Phone 978 and 181. Mii \:r U ??