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THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL o, 1020 i"":' I rrar I" f'--r mQT T-nr -,.
PAGE SEVEN ' : JS 16,000,000 overalls go on every day f'l wear Blue Buckles on every run. They're tough as raw hide and fit easy all the time." Engineer of the 3Qth Century Limited GVER three times as many men p as Uncle Sam's great army during the war that's how many Americans put on overalls every day. ' 16,000,000 men wear overalls-in the United States. And of these 16,000,000 men, more wear Blue Buckles than any other kind of overall They all want overalls that wear well and fit easy overalls that do not rip or bind. - Just this sort of wear and comfort comes with every pair of Blue Buckles. They're made with the toughest, longest-wearing denim and lots of it with big double-stitched, rip-proof seams with heavy brass riveted buttons, and loops and buckles, that won't come off. They are big and roomy, with extra wide suspenders, big, convenient, reinforced pockets, and a solid back band that holds the shape and prevents ripping. Ask for Blue Buckles the next time you buy overalls. Blue Buckle Over Alls Biggest selling overall in the world COUNTY COUNCIL VOTES THIS WEEK FOR DIRECTORS CONSTITUTION APPROVED FOR SUBMISSION IN REFERENDUM TO MEMBERS. CANVASSING COMMITTEE NAMED Will Meet at the Court House on Wed nesday of Next Week to Announce the Result of Election New Direc tors Meet April 17. Plans were perfected for the ;:Tina iicut organization of the county couu cil of agriculture at a well uttended meeting of the directors and commit tees on Saturday afternoon. The con stitution which will be submiU.tcl bv referendum to the members wk Weed upon as was also the form .of the ballot. The ballots will be prepared by a AFTER GRIP WINTER COLDS Hr1 dah ni nnn You are Dale. thin, weak with little vitality. Your liver is slug Rish and the bad blood causes your stomach muscles to lose their elas ticity and become flabby and weak then indigestion. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery, made from wild roots and barks, and free from alcohol or narcotics, is the great and powerf ul blood purifier ot to-day. Ingredi ents printed on wrapper. This tonic, in liquid or tablet form, i3 just what you need to give you vim, vigor and vitality. Take the 'Discovery' as directed and it will search out impure and poisonous matter throughout tha system and eliminate it through the natural channels. You can procure a trial package of the tablets by sending 10c. to the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. Lily. Ky."l suffered from stomach and liver trouble. Had 'gassy' stomach and heartburn and had headache most of the time. After each meal I was sick, could scarcely k eep anything on my stomach, not evau water. I. didn't think there was a J w nuwlifinA mad that would cure me; bv. V.' "aX after using Dr. s'sf'r Pieree'B Golden Medical Discovery I can eat anything I want and it .Iocs not hurt me. I will always praiw tdis medicine .' MES. LIZZIE FRY ERIOK. . committee on Monday night and 'invit ed out to the members on Thununy of next week. They will be accompa nied by a self addressed stamped en velope for their return. After tho 1 al lots are marked they must be return ed to the county agent for canvass by the committee not later than Wednes day afternoon. The result will be an nounced on Thursday week. On Saturday, April 17, the r.ewly elected board of directors as announc ed by the canvassing committee, will meet at the court house at 1:110 o'clock for the selection of the porna nent o dicers who will serve for Uie re mainder of the year. The following named committee will canvass the vote for the directors: 'Miles P. Mur phy, James 11. .Williamson, J. Humph rey llardison, .1. I. Kinney and Hubert Goodloe. ' There will be fifteen directors eject ed on an Australian ballot 'and the members will also vote on the .uc.ep tunce of the constitution. There are already pin members of the council enrolled and the member ship books will be kept open until to night when they will be closed until after the election of the directors. Therefore if members want the privi lege of voting they should join by G o'clock this evening. 0 CULLEOKA MAN SELLS CAR OFFINE STEERS SHIPPED TO LOUISVILLE WHF.RE THEY WERE DISPOSED OF TO DAY ON RISING MARKET. THE CRACK 0 DOOM FOR NASTY CALOMEL Folks Abandoning Old Drug for "DodSon's Liver Tone," Here in South, Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. It's horrible! Take a close of the dangerous drug tonight and tomorrow you lose a day. "Calomel is mercury! When it comes into contact with sour bile, it crashes into it, breaking it up. Then is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you are sluggish, if liver is torpid 'and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath is bad or stomach sour, just try a spoonful of harmless Hudson's Liver Tone to night. Here's my guarantee lo to any drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't straighten you right up and make you feci fine and vigorous, go back to tho store and get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone is destroying the sale pf cal omel because it can not salivate or make you sick. (Advt.) C . France has a weird tradition that on Good Friday all the trees quiver and shudder in dread remembrance of Christ's passion. Selling Monday on advancing Lou isville live stock market were iwenty six head of prime steers, averaging 1,225 pounds each, shipped Saturday by K. t. .Tennotie, one of the loading farmers of the Culleoka vicinity. These steers were all tops and wore in prime condition, and it is believed that they will c ommand top prices on the market, which ranges today from $12.25 to $13.50. , Mr. Jennette's shipment .'ipp.vixi mated ol,SS5 pounds and when loaded at Culleoka Saturday looked like a "million dollars." The farmers of that section are paying more atten tion to the raising of cattle and hqgs than ever before. Wonderful pros pects for the cattle raising industry of Uiat section were seen by L. A. Richardson, live stock expert '.f '.he division of extension, who was lure during the better sire campaign wag ed in this county, during February. "ALL 0. K. FOR THE BLOOD" Is What a Citizen of 6eorg!i Says of ZIRON, the New Iron Tonic. Iron fs needed by the blood to keep men and women strong and healthy. Iron is needed by the nerves to keep them toned up. Ziron, the new iron tonic, will put iron into your blood and should help renew your fagged nerve forces in the way it has done it for many others. Read what Mr. J. R. Bell, Rt. 2, Oconee, Ga., says about the effects of Ziton: "I think Ziron is ail O. K. for the blood. That was what I have been taking it for my blood. I liked Ziron so well that I went back to the store and got two more bottles of it." .. Ziron is a combination of a pure medi cinal inorganic iron salt, mentioned in the U. S. Pharmacopeia, with thehypophos phites of lime and soda, and other valu able tonic ingredients, endorsed and re commended by the best medical authori ties and mentioned in the medical text books. AH druggists sell Ziron on a money back guarantee. Look for the formula on the label. Get a bottle today, anJ give itafr.ir trial. M MAURY COUNTY MARCH WEATHER Mi ALMOST NORMAL RAINFALL SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL, ALSO SOMEWHAT COLDER THAN AVERAGE. INTERESTING COMPARISONS Wettest March on Record Was in 1917 and Dryest was in 1910 Only Hal1 Inch Snow Fell During Month Just Passed. So far as temperature and rainfall i re concerned, March just ended, was i.I most normal, the mean temperature for the month being 2.o degrees below i ornial, and the rainfall was .21 below normal. One of the dryest Marches on rec ( rd was in lit 10 when only .25 inches ol rain fell during the month, tho 'cast in twenty-four years, litis was also a dry month with only l.;J0 Inch es, the mean temperature, for that month was 5C.4 degrees. One of the wettest months on re cord was in 1917, when 8.81 inches of rain fell. In this past month tho pre cipitation was 7.50. The highest mean temperature in twenty years was in 1907 when the temperature averaged CS.9. On the first day of March, 1910, the temperature stood at 10 degrees, and in 191G on the Gth day of March tho thermometer registered 11 de crees. These are the lowest records for March. Very little snow has fallen in March since 1915 when during March of that year seven inches fell. For this month the maximum tem perature was SI degrees on the 28th, tho minimum was on March 1, when the thermometer read 10 degrees, the mean temperature for the month be ing 4S.4." On eight clays of the month rain fell, Eleven days were clear and bright. Eleven days were partly cloudy and 9 days were dark cloudy! On the fifth day of the month a hair i::ch of snow fell. During the month the temperature was below the freez ing point thirty-two times. The pre vailing wind directions south, north i'nd west. These observations were made by Mrs. J. W. Fleming, volunteer weath er observer for the l S. department of agriculture co-operative climatolog ical service. IS ALMOST THE ANNIVERSARY OF FLOOD OF 1902 HEAVIEST DOWNPOUR EVER KNOWN IN THIS COUNTY ON GOOD FRIDAY. MANY MILLS WASHE0 AWAY Water and Light Plant Was Out of Commission and City in Darkness For Several Days Damage Done Was Enormous.". COUNTY TEACHERS MAKE FINAL PUN Almost on tho anniversary ot the greatest flood this section' ever knew comes the highest waters, with that s.'ngl exception In more than a half century. The record flood for Maury county and Middle Tennessee was ihat of Friday, March 28, 1902, when tho river here made tho highest rec rid since the observatory was estab lished. During Friday, March 28, 1902, the heaviest downpour known fell in Muury and all over Middle Tennessee. In some sections of the state there vas no train service for a week, bridges, trestles, mills, power plants and houses were washed away. In litis county the "bridges at Leftwich and Santa Fe were washed away. Kvery mill on Duck river in the coun ty with the single exception of Ash ton's was washed away. The water rose forty . inches in Ashton's mill unci did inin.'ensp damage. All of Riverside was flooded and communication with Columbia was 'naintaiued only by boat. Tho power house ot the Columbia Water & Light Company was submerged and hud, to be reached by boat. The city was without water or power for several days. Damage in this county vas estimated at hundreds of thou sands of dollars and in Middle Ten nessee it footed up millions of dollars. The river did not begin to recede 1 ere until noon Sunday following the flood of Friday. It was on Good Fri day that tho flood occurred in 1902. This time it came the clay before Friday. More than twenty houses at Mt. Pleasant wore flooded in the former downpour. Helm's branch in Colum bia inundated many houses ;md in Hiverside the stock of merchandise of l'raser & Son, located where l.illing ton's store is now located, was dam rged by water. . Tie lPloeife Maioiil tank Urges the Farmers of Maury County to make ajj big CORN CROP this year. j It may cost efcfra money and effort to do this,jT: but this bank thinks that it is good business IPhoen ix National Bank W.A.DALE J Vice Pres. $ E. E McLEMORE, rresiaent H. 0. FULTON, Cashier HAMPSHIRE CLUB HAS GREAT MEET ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING AD DRESSED BY AGRICULTURAL AGENTS LAST NIGHT. EVERYTHING IN READINESS FOR HOLDING, OF SCHOOL ME'iT HERE ON FRIDAY. A largely attended and enthusiastic meeting of the Maury county Teach ers Association was hold this morning in the circuit court room at the court house for the purpose of making final arrangements for the school met to be held at the County High School on April 9. Those present manifested great in terest in tho approaching event, ;.nd many questions were asked concern ing the entries in both the literary and athletic events. It. was stated that (.lovernor Al'jerl Roberts and State Superintendent Al bert Williams have both sisnilied tlii'ir intention ot being present. In addition to these notables. State High School Inspector Duggan and i L. Harned, chairman of the board of ed ucation, and other prominent sciiaol men of the state are expected to be present. CAPT. FRANK MOORMAN HEREF0R A VISIT REGULAR ARMY OFFICER SPEND ING FEW DAYS WITH CAPT. ENGLISH OLD CLASSMATE. METHODISTS TO MEET AT WILLIAMSPORT MT. PLEASANT DISTRICT CON FERENCE WILL CONVENE THERE ON APRIL 28. Capt. Frank Moorman, of Washing ton, and Mrs. Moorman, are here fur a visit to Mrs. Moorman's sister,' Mrs. Thomas Y. English, at Enterprise. Capt. Moorman was a classm itu of Capt. English at the Ft. Leaven .vorth officers training camp school a:i:iy years ago where they were both torn missioned lieutenants in the regular army. Capl. English arterward re signed but Capt. Moorman has- kept in the regular establishment serving on Pershing's staff in Mexico and also on Pershing's start" in France, wiierc Jio had the rank of colonel. Since the close of the war all the regular .irmy officers have gone back to their rc war rank. Methodists of the Williamsport cir cuit will havo the formal "house Warming" of their handsomely made over church at Williamsport. on Wed nesday, April 2H, when the district conference of the Mt. Pleasant dis trict meets. It will be the first con ference held in the church since ox tensive repairs, involving an expendi ture of some V'.OUO or ?7,fW, have; been made. The committees luive already secir e;! homes for some seventy del 3gaics and members of the conference who wiil attend and the people of the cein niuu (y are anticipating a most enjoy able session of the body. Rev. Joe E. Durrett, the presiding elder,, will pre side over the conference. The Mt. Pleasant district takes in a number of Maury county charges, including Mt. Pleasant, Enterprise, Sandy Hook, Hampshire and Cross Bridges and the Williamsport circuit. An attend nice cr some sevenly-five member is expected. ' The quarterly conference of the Williamsport circuit will be held en next Monday when final plans will be made for the entertainment of the dis trict conference. A rousing rally of the Hampshire ComnnmityClub was held Friday night and a most splendid program consist ing of special music and readings ren dered. Some two hundred and fifty repre sentative men and women of the com munity attended the meeting tsnd heard with great interest speeches by District Agent .1. M. Dean and Coun ty Agents E. A. McLean and Mrs. Kate Crady on the community prob lems which confront, the farmer to day. The workings of the county council of agriculture were explained in detail by the speakers, and as a result quite a number of citizens af filiated themselves with the council. The Hampshire Community Club is making great progress, the members being thoroughly imbued with the spirit of co-oporatlon for the interest of the community. In this community a great deal of interest is being mani fested in the boys corn and pig clubs, and the airls canning and poultry clubs. "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. NICKELS DELIVERS ANOTHER VELIE SIX E. P. Nickels has delivered an.) her Velio Six. This one goes to Frod l't ta, of the Adams-Latta Drug Compa ny and is a blue-black finished body, equipped with red seal continental mo tor, with all equipments for tourint;. GRIFFIN & JONES CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO. WostTth St.. over JMat fc Thomas Columbia. .Tom:. A lew cents buys "Danderine." Aft er an application of "Danderine" you can not find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more color and thickness. (Advt.) 2 mr niTTnuiA nniir jut rAiiuna mimc DESTROYED BV FIRE FORMER MAURY COUNTIAN SUF FERS HEAVY LOSS OF HIS WIL LIAMSON COUNTY FARM. Joe Pal ton, of Williamson county, lormely of Hampshire, was hero Satur day. Mr. Patten had the misfortune recently to have his house and smoke house completely destroyed by fire. Except the clothing and some of the furniture everything was destroyed. ,'u tho smoke house ho lost sooral thousand pounds of meal and lard. There was no insurance ou this and he had but little on the residence. Mr. Patton stated that he would not bo g n to rebuild until after the rush of crop planting was over. Herald Chsap Column Ads Pay. Catarrh is a Real -Enemy and Requires Vigorous Treatment PARRISH WINS SUIT INVOLVING COMMISSION Do Not Neglect It. When you use sprays, atonvzcr.i and douches for your Catarrh, you may succeed in unstopping the choked-up air passages for the time being-, but this annoying con dition returns, and you have to do the same thing over and over ngain. Catarrh has never yet been cured by these local applications. Have you ever experienced any real benefit from such treatment? Throw the:;c makeshift remedies to the winds, and get rn the right treatment. Get a bottle of S. 3. S., and begin a treatmont that 'has been prai.-,cd ty sufferer? for half a century. S. S. S. gets rirht at Ihc source of Catarrh, ami forces from tho blood the germs which cause the disease. Special medical advice regarding your own case f'ec. Ad 'drcss Medical Director, 106 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. JURY RETURNS VERDICT FORI THE DEFENDANTS IN BITTER- j LY CONTESTED CASE. j ANNOUMCEMFNTS Cameos are made in several parts of Italy, but the cameos obtained In Naples enjoy perhaps Hie highest reputation.- I Your Blood Needs L 1 TAX ASSESSOR. I In the cuse of S. O. Thomas against ! .lames J. Parrish and wife, in wjidi i suit was instituted for the colbiclijii I of real cstte commissions of 4",-j0', the jury Saturday returned a ver- ! cii'.t for the defendants. The caseJiad. ja; j been on trial in the circuit court forj H ; the past three days and was biturly j ; contested. It was claimed that de-;J SAFETY ; ft-ndants had listed their farm with fc i plaintiff for sale on commission andj '. t'jat he had rendered the services Lut We earnestly request that all of ovr customers who have left coupon bonds with us allow us to have them regis tered at once, thus insuring absolute safety against any eventuality. SERVICE WEBB WILLIAMS The Herald Is ! defendants naa la.ieu 10 ma.e r": authorized to announce Webb VV11- their part of the contract. j iinm si a candidate for re-election: an Tax Assessor of Maurv county.' Good Friday is called in France Pas subject to the action of the people of! bion Friday; in Germany. Still Fr.day i?i,i.,n Aumut B 1920. wniist in uenmsrs u is ceiuiru iuB M-JM V V IX m Columbia Bank & Trust Company SATISFACTION S Tl i county. dJtw Friday. W. B. Greenlaw, President Ceo. L McKennon, Cashier 0 Hi