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For Colds, Catarrh or. Influenza
m Ilo yon foal weak and unequal to the work ahead or you? Do you still cough ! little, or does your none bother, you ? Ar p pale? Is your blood thin arid watery ? letter put your body Into iliapo. liuild strong ! . An old, reliable blood - makef and herbal tonic inudo from wild roots and . barks, Is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This "nature remedy? comes In tablet or liquid form. It will buildup . your body and protect yon from dls-' Msefiwius which lurk everywhere. One of the active Ingredients of thai tem perance alterative and tonic Is wild cherry bark with stlilingia, which Js so. good for the lungs and for coughs also Oregon grape - root, blood root, atone root, Queen's root, all skilfully combined In the , Medical Discovery. TLese roots have a direct action on the itoniach, Improvlngdlgestlon and assimi lation. These herbal extracts in the "Discovery" aid in blood-making and. ire best for scrofula.. By Improving the tlood they fortify the body against an ' ittacli of grip or colds, v Catarrh should be treated, first, as a blood disease, with this alterative. Then, In addition, the nose should bo washed' daily with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. ; Send 10c for trial pkg. of Medical Dls-' lovery Tablets or Catarrh Tablets to Dr. ftoWi Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo. K Y. Bi hAchinery: :; FO.TDIHPLE PLANT FORMAL OPENING WILL PROBA BLY BE HELD ABOUT-MIDDLE OF NEXT MONTH. The new machinery for -the Dimple Ice Cream & Creamery Company is eing installed. Just as soon as the nachinery is ready the date for the oriual opening of the new, plant will e announced Manager Lovell hopes hat he will be ready for this opening n April 15, -but it is yet too .boon to ix the exact date. . ' It is planned to have a public recept ion on the" .occasion of the opening of he plant, and to Invite the, people -.to o through, jt and see the whole plant full operation.-" The making of but' r and the manufacture of ice cream all of their stages will be open to i) inspection of the people. The out town customers of the plaFiCill especially invited to attend 'the pening. . ; ', . ' , SEAT INTEREST : III SCHOOL MEET INDICTMENT FOR VIOLATION WHEELTAXiLAVV ONE TRUE BILL THIS OFFENSE RETURNED BY GRANDJURY WHICH ADJOURNED WED. INDICTMENT mT DEFINITE Seeka to Remedy the Error in Earlier ' indictment! Retgrned for This Of fense No True Bills on Violations of Dog TaxV ' ": ". During the time the grand Jury was in session, from Match 8- until Wed nesday, March 24, Only sixteeen true bills were returned. Of this number. only one was for the violation of the wheel tax, law. The jury evidently, did not devote any considerable length of time to an investigation of viola tions of the dog law, at this term of court, as no indictments were return ed. At the November term of court, dog tax Indictments were returned by. the score, and they, in most part, were found to be worse than useless, an in vestigation proving that scores of those indicted had already paid their tax cn-dogs, and should not have been ndicted under the law. This cost the state an. enormous amount of money, and county officials a great deal of needless work. ., It is understood that the true bill returned "by the jury just adjourned for the violation of the wheel tax law is much more definite than those re turned in the past. Early in Februa ry, Judge Whitthorne, sitting in coun ty criminal court on the case of the state against W. p. Erwin, upon mo lion of defendant's attorney, quashed the indictment upon the grounds of duplicity, and failure fV state whether or not the ndictment Intended to cov er a state or county offense.' Judge Whitthorne also ruled a the same time that the wheel tax law is consti tutional. It is understood that the in dictment returned by the grand jury has sought to definitely set out the- nature of tha offense, of the indicted party, upon whom, papers have not yet been served. ' BIG, PLANTS ARE ABOUT FINISHED THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY. APRIL 2, IQ20 -T--n PAGE SEVEN RICHARDSON LUMBER COMPANY READY TO BEGIN WORK ON MAURY MOTOR GARAGE. Attractive program is being WORKED OUT FOR LITERARY AND ATHLETIC EVENTS. '"' As the date of tho fourth annual hool meet, to 'be held at the High vhool on April 9, draws near,, mora nd more interest is being displayed1 fliroiighont the county, ; and; fhdicaj ions lead to the belief that the meet. pre will be more largely attended than ever before, ;. practically i every chooi in the county being represent- m in both the athletic and literary ontests. " " ' V' , ' ' "' State Superintendent of Public In iruction Albert .Williams, High school Inspector' Duggan and Chair man of the State Board of Education, I. Harned, have signified their in- f ention of attending the meet. . Those taking part in the contests Irani the county schools will be enter- tailed by the. High School students, nil faculty, and a splendid program for tin. day is' now being worked out. HAD TERRIBLE SKIN DISEASE Sit! Improves Rapidly Wlicfl 61rea ZIRON Iron Tonic. Manv mtttiAi-a frw fine remedy after an- jtr, (or the sufferings of their little ones, fctoout apparently being able to find the flu one. if anything seems wrong wim r oiooa, or stomacn, or h u mum Jrstim imn.Hnu;ii and needs Strengthen- h you may benefit by the experience of Westmoreland. Tenn., mother, Airs, pn F. Anglea, who writes: . - i nine gut ikw a icii --- r-Mtiprcinmrh w in curb a bad conui K Nothing helped her, so we finally iOrted to irivl her 7irftf1. I She improved so rapidly from the first pttie, so we have gtvea her two more. f is much better."'- IDon't try other remedies first! Choose i'.ffnn Imn. . it Una benefited W people suffering from poor blood, FJral weakness, loss of appetite and smptoms wnicn inaiuuc the blood. I ia by dntcdsts 00 1 money-oacn jwrintte ZN 15 Vour Blood Needs N. P. Vaughn, of Richardson Lum ber Company, stated today that the carpenter work on the garage for the Maury Motor Corporation, which has been awarded to that company, would begin right away. He .said that he wasj ready just as soon as the brick and concrete work was advanced enough to permit his force to get on the job. ' ' ; The Richardson Lumber Company is just completing two big jobs of con struction, f They have finished the building for the Dimpld Ice Cream & Creamery Company, one of the best constructed and most ornate manufac turing plants n the city. The compa ny is how engaged In setting the ma chinery for the plant. -. " Within a few days the job of en larging and remodeling the building which holds the Chero Cola Bottling Works will be finished. This has been ones of the biggest jobs done In the city recently and when all of the finishing touches have been put on it the building will be one of the largest and most conveniently arranged of any of the kind to be found anywhere. MRS. LULA DE MOSS EXPIRES ON TRAIN TAKEN VIOLENTLY ILL AND DIES BE-FORE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE ' COULD BE SUMMONED.' Taken suddenly ill on a train, en route to Mt. pleasant Th.u iciay, Mrs. Luia De Moss, aged fifty years, of Santa Fe expired before medical aid could be secured. " In company with her sister, Mrs. Lon Petty, Mrs. Do Moss was enroute from Santa Fe to Mt. Pleasant where she was going to visit her niece, Mrs. Inez Brown. She was taken violently ill and expired on the train. Mrs. De Moss was the wife of the late George Moss, and since the death of her only child last year, she had made her home with her sister, Mrs. Petty, at Santa Fe. who survives her, a does another sister, Mrs. W. E. Walker) also of Santa Fe. The funeral was- conducted at the Methodist church at Santa Fe at 10 morning Jy the Kev s n i SU Wim h "l'v9 tried a lot of overalls, but of all I've worn, give m Blue Buckles every time. They sjwaya give long wear." PrttUeut of the Iowa Corn and Small drain Growers' An n. " ' ' 1 l r lit: 1 " - " j n. , lr i frrai tm 1 ' r-tll . I TP RED McCU LLOCH . is one of the biggest corn growers in his state Edward Gibson is the champion riveter of the U. S. Shipyards James Heberer runs the Twentieth Century Limited these men know their jobs from .top to bottom. And they know what to Wear on the job. They know how much good, strong, comfortable ' overalls, mean when you do big work. Thafs why all three wear Blue Buckles. That's why more men wear Blue Buckles than any other overall in the world. , , Tough, longest-wearing denim, sewed with wide, double-stitched seams. goes into every pair. Blue Buckles are big and roomy. They never rip or bind First-class workmanship makes every detail about 'Blue Buckles right. They have heavy riveted brass buttons, best quality buckles and loops, a solid back-band, big, convenient, reinforced pockets, and extra wide suspenders. All Blue Buckle coats have free swing, raglan sleeves. Ask your dealer for Blue Buckles. ' "There's heavy work at the ahipyarda. That's ,why I stick to Blue Buckles. They're sureto give long wear and comforts' Champion Riveter V. S. Shipyards f y r To Dealers: If you want to know where to get Blue Buckles, write to Blue Buckle Overalls, Lynchburg, Va., and we will give you the name of your nearest jobber. I , a li-' It t - "I wear Blue Buckle on every run. They're) tough as raw hide and fit easy all 'the time." Untiuetr the Twentieth Century Limited Union Made !u Bmkm kOvs Biggest Selling Overall In the World WORTH WEIGHT IN ' GOLD. HE ASSERTS HOWARD GAINS FOURTEEN POUNDS TAKING TANLAC AND tAYS CANE ASIDE. ... . r.n h.ii( mo nipiliclnt that will do what rvittnn. internieni was. v - T Springs. The blue racer is than a bjack snake. nothlns other The oldest nniversity in Europe Is at Eologne, Italy. "Vve gained fourteen pounds in six weeks taking Tanlac and now I'm a well man," said Henry S. Howard, well-known farmer and stock raiser of King Hall,' Idaho. "I had suffered from rheumatism and indigestion twcIVe years," con tinued Mr. Howard, "and could hard ly, eat a thing because.- everything went against me and I had no appe- tite. Every joint in me was swollen with rheumatism and- hurt so I could hardly bear to be,touched. I was in such a bad fix I couldn't work and had to use a walking stick to get along. The first bottle of Tanlac made a great change in my feelings, my rheumatism soon left me and I threw my stick aside, for now I can walk as well as anybody. "And eat? why, I Just can't get enough and I feel like I could do as much work as I ever could. Tanlac is worth Its weight In go!d. and It has convinced me that , there's at CLOSING OF ISOM SCHOOL OBSERVED - IN ALL DAY MEET NEARLY THREE HUNDRED PEO PLE ENJOY GOOD OLD FASH IONED ''DINNER ON GROUND." AGRieULTURALAGENTS TALK Plays Presented, Morning, Afternoon and venirfg, and General Get-To-jether Meeting and Reunion Marks Close of Most Successful Term. they say it will and I want to do my part In letting everybody know about it." . "Tanlac is sold in Columbia by Snil ser Drug Co.. in Santa Fe by R. F. Pigg, and Isom R. F. D. from Hamp shire by J. J. Savage." (Ad vt.) Under the direct;on of Prof. S. G. Anthony, Isom school Friday closed one of the most successful terms in the history of the county school. Im- Dye Old, Faded Dress Material 'Diamond Dyes" Make Shabby Apparel Stylish and NewSo Easy Too. pressive and delightful exercises marked the close of the term. , The exercises consumed a greater part of the day, and the evening. In the morning the children of the school presented a pl iy, which had been well prepared, and after addresses by Dis trict Agents Dean and Mrs. Kate Wells, and County Agents McLean and Mrs. Kate Oady, a splendid dii nor was served by the ladies of the community. In the good old fashioned "on the ground" way. Around the "festive oard" KUthered nearly three hundred of the community's men and women, who had a delightful social time, d Bcussed community problems, and had a real old time reunion and picnic. In the afternoon students presented another play "The Old DeeRtrict Skule which was greatly enjoyed, and at 7r30 o'clock last night another play was presented by the community dub of that section. All of the exer cises were most creditable, showing that wonderful advancement has been j made by this colnmunity in matters , of civic pride and in community co I operation. Those who heard Mr. Deal's speech to the club on the relationship be tween the schools and the farmer, and the farmer's family, were deeply im pressed, and benefitted by his remarks. POULTRY SHIPMENTS BREAK ALL RECORDS Local poultry dealers believe that the shipments of poultry from Colum bia during the present week have broken ijl past records for volume." Dealers say that a conservative esti mate of the value of poultry shipped from this place since Monday Is not les3 than $30,000, possibly more. It is known that one dealer shipped as to secure poultry cars, and it was nec essary'to feed the fowls on hand for two or three days before cars could be secured. Dealers are expecting no decline in price, now that the holi day demand has been supplied. DEALERS SAYS NO LESS THAN 930,000 WORTH OF LIVE POUL. . ... TRY SHIPPED THIS WEEK. . rr PrnHlflll AY CREAMERYJOUfiDATIOII EXPECTED THAT NEW CONCERN WILL BE READY FOR MACHIN ERY WITHIN SIXTY DAYS. Tho let upon which the building for the co operatl e creamery will be lo cated has been cleaned off. The store much as $10,000 worth of poultry, in-1 building has been moved to one Bide eluding hens, geese, ducks, turkeys, guineas, etc. Tho enormous volume is of tho lot and will be used for excess storage. The work of laying the foua- due largely to the demand occasioned j.daticn will be commenced by Eugene by the Jewish holidays in the large ; Alford,' the contractor for the build- centers of population. ( .Early this week dealers were fear ing, at an early date. It la expected that the building will be finished and Don't worry alxnit perfect result, i V "!i:ifion.r Dyes," jruarantwd to pivej , .,, , , . , n?w. rich, fad-lew rolor to any fabric.! T,,f' Ilis:ry r philology dates from : her ilk, linen, cotton or mixed ' Thales at Miletus, COO ft. C. -dresses, blnie, toekinf", nkirts, ! ' ' (IMr-f ernt. ilrnperiea, everything! i 4 : n... i. :.. : i - I ' f ' I";..:: rV , Glass is said to have been Invented! " ..tv. nil, inaiT-iiai, JfETC UmiVr jLow jcu Diamond Dye" Color Card. Glass Is said to have at Eidon by accident. . ful thathey would be onable to ship! ready for the machinery within sixty ihis no'iltry because of the Inability ' days. ,' You Can't Rub It Away; Rheumatism is in the Blood Liniments Will Never Cure. If you are afflicted with Ithcn natism, why waste time with lini ments, lotions and other local appli cation that never, did cure P.Loa znatism, and never will? Do not try to rnb the pain awny. Try the sensibla plan cf finding th cause of the pain, find go after that. 'Remove the cause, and yon remove the pain. r Ycu will never te tii it Eheu matiszn until you cleanse your blood of the germs that, cause the disease. S. S. S. has never had an equal as a blood purifier and scores of sufferers say that it has cleansed their blood of Rheumatism, and re moved all trace of the disease from their cystem. Cot a hnttla nt Q Q Q .J on the nirht treatment to-day. Spe cial medics! advice fre. Address Medical Director. Ill Swift Lab. water, At!aU, Ga.