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J " '" ' THE COLUMBIA HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920 ' '' PAGEEVEN Tie Nat l famfe Capital Surplus I Undivided Profits $125,000,00 1 1.. $125,000,001 $20,000.00 8 We Solicit Your Business 17. n. dale; Vice Pres. & E. E McLEMORE, . President H. 0. FULTON, Cashier LONG LIST OF DELEGATES TO STATE MEETING MORE THAN A HUNDRED WILL GO FROM THIS COUNTY TO ASSEMBLY AT NASHVILLE. WOMEN ARE INTHE LIST TOO About a Dozen of the Fair Sex Are Among Those Who Will Cast the . County's Vote as a Unit in the ' Grand Pow Wow of Old Party. YOUNG ViOMAN IS CLAIMED BY DEATH MISS LUCRETIA DOUGHERTY DIES AT HOME OF HER PARENTS AT DARK'S MILL. Miss Lucretlan Doughterty, seven teen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Dougherty, died Thursday at the home of her parents at Darks Mill after a lingering illness. Miss; Dougherty was a bright and lovely 'girl, and had endeared herself to a large circle of friends, who. will be deeply grieved to learn of her un timely passing. Until recently Miss Dougherty had. resided In the vicinity of Lynnville, where she was widely known and belovod. She was a mem ber of the Presbyterian church. Deceased 4s survived by her parents, four brothers and two sisters. The fu neral was conducted at Lynnville at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon by Rev. R. S. Brown, of Petersburg. Interment was. In the Lynnville cemetery. Fu neral arrangements by the Maury Un dertaking Co., T. L. Cunningham In charge. Herald Cheap Column Ads Pay. Vaccinate Your Hogs BUY 8KRIIM dim from Maniifiwturerii and L.: amtred of ft frosh and rellnblu product. U. 8. Veterinary License Mo. 114, Price It cento per c. c. Virus free. WHITE SERUM COFIMNT. Long Dlst. Phnns Main 2S69 Nashville, Tenn Write for Literature. Scene from Rollicking Comedy. "Nothing ; Bqt The Truth," Sixth Night of Chautauqua ?'. , , ' ., , a ; I A r i"V - S i mm More than One hundred democrats from the various districts of the-coun-ty were appointed as delegates to the democratic state convention at Nash ville. In the list are members of a'l former factions and as a distinct in novation several of the fair sex are likewise included. The list as report ed by Chairman Hull, of Cm delega tion committee, and approved by (he convention follows: District No. 1 Ad Forgey, Willis Sewell, Ben Cowley, R. G. Mullins, W. B. Jones, Will Elam and Miss Addle Woolard. District No. 2 M. E. Allen', Herbert Thomas, C. V. Hull, W. P. Russell, Clabe Jarratt, T. J. Shaw, E. Ham mond, Clifford Dodson, E. Haywood, Miss Maud Dawson. District No. 3. W. M. Tolley, Fen ton Campbell, J. R. Burcham, John Odel, Bob Jackson, J. A. Chapman, John S. Brown, Luke Parham, Elden Watson, Mrs. T. E. Mangrum. District No. 4 Henry Gillespie, An dy Hardison, Davis Mitchell, Ninnlan Evans, T. N. Primm, George Ferguson, Will Gordon, Lester Hardison, J. W. Crews. District No. 5-r-Wade Richardson, T. H. Peebles, Claude Godwin. C. C. Den ton, Willis White, Harris Puryear, J. R. Williamson, G- N. McKennon, E. J. Park, J. A. Dugger, D. S. Hancock, Mrs. Jonas Thomas. District No. 6. H. II. McCandless, Charles Wrigbt, Will Perry, J. W. B. Thomas, W. R. H. Matthews, Jim Pet ty, W. J.' Maxwell Sam Wiley, T. Y. English, Mrs. Dr. Perry. District -No. 7 James English, F. M. Ricketts, Chas. Jackson, Ed Kin dell, Chas. Alexander, . E. L. Arm strong,' Dr., J. S. Hill, L. H. Hammond, iP. C. Chandler, Dri Clark, Jeff Grey. Hardie Pickard, C. C. Ross, Mrs. Tate Jenkins, Mrs. John S. Frlerson. District No. 8. Cooper Frierson, M. M. Armstrong, J. S. Hickman, H. H. HUL A. B. Harlan, , Jlra .Russell. , Dr. H. O. Anderson,. Mrs. Austin Harlan. ' District No. 9 J. S. Coffey, J. H. Forgey, J. F. Sullivan, W. P. Ridley, C. P. Hatcher, G. T. Hughes, Jr., W. J. Towler, H. L. Webster,' Dr. P. A. Wheeler, T. H. Williams, T. B. Forgey, Richard Smith, J. M. Dedman, Dr. C. A. Forgey, J. C. Voorhies, W. O. Cher ry,L. Barker, W. O. Wttherspoon, J. R. Burns, W. C. Whitthorne, Arch Lipscomb, Dr. T. B. Brown, Ashley Sowell, II. T. Shelton, E. D. Looney, Pride Tomlinson, L. Z. Turpin, Judg? Sam Holding, Horace Frierson, J. B. Garner, Judge V. B. Turner, J. M. Crowell, Dr. P. D. Blddle, Clarence Watson, Joe Hayse, Walter Griffin, Miss Camille Herndon, S. R. Hardison, Gilbert Orr, J. I. Finney, Mrs. W. P Morgan, Miss Carrie Williams, Miss Sammie Church. District No. 10 Drake Stanflll, Guy Thompson, Dr. Jimmy Jones, Dr. Beas ley, George Grimes, Dr. Webb, -J. J. Pogue, Mrs. Hugh Kirk. ft For Weak Women In use for orer 40 yean! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, tell ing of the good Cardul has done them. This Is the best proof of the value of Cardul. It proves that Cardul Is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit forming drugs In Cardul. It Is composed only, of mild,' medicinal Ingredients, with no bad after-effects. TAKE PLOWING NIGHTS; FARM HISTORY IS MADE IN MAURY USE OF TRACTORS REVOLUTION IZES AGRICULTURAL INDUS TRY OF THE COUNTY. WEATHER MANJS DEFEATED Hint Orr plows Big Fifty Acre Field by Electric Lights In Order to Get Corn Crop In Other Farmers Doing Same Thing. i T mw m w Te) T Tt T T I Here's the answer to the question: "Which President of the Un- lted States, at his death, was a member-elect of the Confederate jt $ Congress" JOHN TYLER. '" , A J Now: When did we have a President elected by one party and a jfl " Vice President bv another? . v Til A fa oqcv lr onaurnr huf h eia'a nna tliaf la twt a r sit' ArU If. Will VOll do In vmir nIH DPA If vnil'va marlo nn nmvlalnn n-hlla vmi are vet vouns? Better get in on our Savinjs Bank propos tion and sav e while you " II The Woman's Tonic "Nothing But The Truth" is one of the mot widely known comedy sue cesses. As a Hovel by Frederick S. Isham, It was rend by millions1 of people, and later as a piny It ran more than a season on Broadway. It is the Ingenious, entertaining story of a young society Idler who wagers that he can tell the absolute truth fer one whole day. : A complete production of "Nothing But The Truth" will be given on tho sixth night of the Redpath Chautauqua here, by a New York company oi nine people. , Chautauqua Week Here May 29th to June"5th. NIGHT TRAIN TO BE HALF HOUR EARLIER . Effective May 30, train No. 7, wili leave Columbia at 10:58 p. m. instead of 11:28 p. m.( or thirty minutes ear lier. This means that this train, quite popular with Maury countalns who go to Nashville will net home thirty minutes sooner than heretofore. Famous Light Opera "Pinaf ore , Fifth Night Redpath Chautauqua :0 T: ftihiah "ill I'nif -Pia jff. j m l w i 0 You can rely on Cardul. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It 6houId help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be ... ," writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. ... I read of Cardul, and after taking one bot tle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when run down. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardul. All Druggists J. TO ANNOUHCEMFNTS v .TRUSTEE, The Herald is authorized to an nounce J. Ross Burns as a candidate for re-election to the office of county Trustee of Maury county, subject to the action of the people of the county Election August 5, 1920; 1 d26lmaylw TAX ASSESSOR. WEBB WILLIAMS The Herald I authorized to announce Webb WH Hams as a candidate for re-election as Tax Assessor of Maury county, subject to the action of the people oi county. Election August 5, 1920. d&w SHERIFF. The Herald Is authorized lo an nounce the candidacy of G. KMIousei for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Maury county, subject to the action of the voters of the county. Election August 5, 1920. X. Herald Cheap Column Ads Pay. For Colds, Catarrh or Influenza A new agricultural era Is dawning in Maury . county. Farming will be revolutionized. The shortage of labor will ho defeated, and the weather man put to route. ' i Thursday night in historic St. John's church community, where once trod the feet of many slaves, and where la bor shortage was unknown, could be heard the steady, rythmic roar of a coal oil engine. The rest of the world was abed, but Hint Orr was plowing. Equipped with electric lights, a new departure, his now fordson tractor was turning over acre after acre' of ground, to be planted In corn. History was being made in the ag ricultural development of the county, for it is believed that never before has any Maury county farmer attempt ed to plow all night with no light, oth er than the one upon his machine. Up on the scene of action were Carlton (Barney) Fry, pioneer automobile man of Maury county, and dealer in Fordson tractors, Keith Denham," Ed Matthews and "Kid" Cook and Bur ton, associated with Maury Motor Cor boratlon family, and a representative of The Herald. Of course it was nec essary for Barney and the rest of h'.s gang to drive the tractor a few rounds in the big fifty acre field. Mr. Orr said that the machine had been doing splendid work, and when t comes to a constant grind, mule3 are badly outclassed, for the tractor can stand the grind for twenty-four hours per day , when If the mules arc worked more thafn twelve hours they will soon play out. The tractor can bo operated on two and one half gal lons of coal oil to the acrev which con sidering the enormous quantity of work it is capable of, Is more economi cal than plowing with mules. 'There is nothing like it when it comes to doing a great amount of work In a short time. A few hours when the ground is in condition, means a great deal to the farmer,, and with the Fordson the farmer may take advantage of these, hours just as they come, either night or day. There seems to be no further doubt of the practicability of the tractor In th's county. They are coming more and more into use, and a new era is dawning In the agricultural develop ment of the county. There are farm ers who have equipped their houses md barns with electric lights during the past winter, and it is understood that some of them, will light their fields with movable electric lights, so thpt corn may be plowed at night as we!l as day. BELOVED WOMAN IS VICTIM OF DEATH A feature of the coining Redpath Chantanqua here will he the presentation of a complete production of the Wltn MJPCWI IIK'H'I'S r-rtl- nidi., muuj uu.iu S f-.i.i . I Q..1ll...n llrrh iura I'lnHTfire. v ... . n.iafh nr.Hlin-tioii by Sosmian & Landls, noted scenic artists of Chicago. ,h flf.h ni-ht of the Chantnuqna. by a notable company 1 1UUWC "III - rhautauoua VfeeK Here May 29th to June 5t Po yon feel wpnk and impqutl to tV work shd of you ? Do ynu otill cough a little, or dops your nose bothpr yon? Are ynu pnln? Is your blood thin atvl watery ? Better put your body Into liape. Build strong ! An old, rnliabln blood - maker an-1 herbal tonic made from wild rontx and barks. Is Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This "nature remedy" conies In tablet or liquid form. It will build up your body and protect you from dis ease germs which lurk everywhere: Om of the active ingredients of this tem perance, alterative and tonic Is wild cherry bark with stillingla, which Is so good for tbe lungs, and for coughs ; also Oregon grape root, blood rot, stone root. Queen's root, all skilfully ! combined in tho Medical Dlsoovery. These roots have a direct action on thw stotnnch, improving digest ion and ossimi lation. Tliese herbal extracts in the "Discovery" aid In blood-makin? and nre best, for scrofula. By Improving tho l.lood they fortify the body aguiiist an attack of grip or colds. Catarrh should be treated, first, as a blond d isea sc. wl th this a 1 tera t i ve. Then. n addition, the nose should be washed daily with Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy. Send We for trial pkg. of Medical Dis covery Tablets or Catarrh Tablets to Dr. Pierce's Invaliis' Hotel. Buffalo. N. Y. MRS. GENEVA O. FIELDS DIES UN EXPECTEDLY AT HER HOME . NEAR SANTA FE. Mrs. Geneva Orphelia Fds, agqd sixty-two years, wife of J, M. Fie!d3, and highly respected woman, died un expectedly "FriJuy night a4, U o'clock at her home near Santa Fe. Mrs Fields condition had not been regarded as se rious, but shortly before eleven o'clock she complained of shortness of treath, and sank rapidly unt 1 the end. Mrs. Fields was a member of the Christian church, and w.as widely known' and respected In the communl !y. Besides her husband she is sur vived by the following children: Misses Mattie and Emma Fields, of Santa Fe; Mrs. Mamie Petty,, Horn beck, Tenn; Mrs. L Hie Pipkin, Santa Fc; Mrs. Ethel Mc.Mcen, of the Con ord community, and two sons, J. N. ind Ewrett Fields, of Santa Fe. The funeral was conducted at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Santa Fe Baptist church by the Rev. Mr. Walker. Maury Undertaking Compa ny in charga. ill I I -'TU'llJIIBWI" I ENGLISH GETS HAT v FROM HIS FRIENDS In appreciation of his fight against the $35,000 a mile contract to build the Spring Hill to Columbia tut np ke, the friends of Squire English in the sec ond district presented him with a fin? Stetson hat. While bitterly denounc ed by the advocates of the proposition for the state highway, Mr. Engl sh wa3 highly complimented by the op ponents of the measure and held an informal reception at the adjournment of the session of the county court. ; earn and get interest, too. Ask u.s about it. tj Columbia Bank & Trust Company W. B. Greenlaw, President Geo. E. McXcnnon, Cashier MONEY OF WORLD "F - BUY II COLD THIS IS WHAT ALLEN SAYS OF GOOD TANLAC DID HIM IS PIC TURE OF HEALTH NOW. . "I wouldn't take all the money in the world for the good Tanlac has done me," said J. B. Allen, a well known employees of the C. B. & Q. Railroad, residing at 567 East Fourth St., Ga'esburg, 111. "I had suffered for six years," he continued, "and had gotten so weak I couldn't do my work regularly and was ready to give up when I began taking Tanlac. Nearly everything I ate disagreed with me and felt like a coal of fire in my stomach and gave me such terrible cramping pains that I coujd hardly stand them. I was so badly constipated I had to take a laxative nearly every night and aw ful, feverish headaches would come on that would lay me up in bed for a day or more at- a time. I lost so much weight and got so weak .that I could hardly walk, and really I look ed co bad that one day at the round house I overheard one of the boys my: ..'lie's not long for this world.' Right then I decided to give up my work and try to find something that would help me. "I read in the papers about Tanlstc and decidedto try it and now I don't see how in the world a medicine .can,. do what it has. done for-mo. I can eat three big meals every day without any trouble afterwards, the eonstira tion and headaches are gone and my best weight and strength have , all come buck. To be exact S now weigh forty-three pounds more than before I began taking Tanlac and never felt stronger in my life. I am the picture of ealth and the boys all say they never saw anything as wonderful as tlie way Tanlac has brought back my henltV "Tanlac Is sold In Columbia by Smi ser Drug Co., in Santa Fe by R. P. Pigg, and Isom R. F, D. from Hamp shire by J. J. Savage, In Mt. Pleasant by City Drug Co., Lunn Drug Co., Hampshire, R. P. Plgg, Santa' Fe." (Advt.) BISHOP BEATTY AT CHURCH OF HOLY CROSS Bishop Troy Beatty went to Mt. P'.casant Sunday night and preached at the Church of the Holy Cms a and administered the rites of confirma tion io a class of three. Bishop Beatty expects to return to Columbia again in June and will ad minister the rites of confirmation to another class. The vestibuled raln wa3 unknown thirty five" years ago. Rheumatism Back on the Job With Its Old-time Fury No Let-Up In Its Torture. If you are afflicted with Rheu matism, why waste time with lini ments, lotions and other local ap plications that never did cure Rheumatism, and never will? Do not try to rub the pain away, for you will never succeed. Try the sensible plan of finding- the cause tho pain. Remove t the cause, nd there can bo no pain. You will never be rid of Rheu matisra until you cleanso your blood of the, germs that cause th disease. S. H. S. has no equai as a blood purifier, scores of aufferers say that it has cleansed their blood of Rheumatism, and removed . all . trace of tha disease from their system. s Get a bottle of S. S. S. at your , drag store and get on the right treatment to-day. If you want special medical advice, address Medical Director. 102 Swift Labo ratory, Atlanta,- Ga, THE LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD A.3Nrnroxjisro es CHANGE !J TIME EFFECTIVE MAY 30th Train No. 7 For Decatur, Birmingham, Etc., Will Leave Columbia at 10:58 P. M. Instead of 11:2B P. M. f- .y , . . For Detailed Infornatioo, Apply to Local Ticket Agett' 1 PRICE GUTTING UNSOUND; ONLY A BRIEF REMEDY ECONOMICALLY BAD TO SELL FOR LESS THAN THE REPLACE v MENT COST, SAY MERCHANTS. ". INCREASED PRODUCTION IS CURE Only in That Way Can There Be Any ! Permanent Relief Frorr the. Present Conditions Hard to Get Dellverles of Goods Bought. , AccordiriR to the view of local mef:j chants the spasm of price cutting over the country on dry goods, shoes ancD.j clothing is of very, very doubtful eco-1 nomic vlue and Is accounted for' gent-1 . erally as the result of credit deflatiou. and of an unusually backward spr.ng.'; They declare that it Is economically unsound to sell merchandise today fb a price which is less than we can biijj It, from the makers anywhere. Th only real solution in their Judgment j consists in Increased production, aiid in bettor transDortation facilities. . "We . haye absolutely no assutabce that we can replace our stocks at any thing like the, price at which we are ; selling now, not a sale price, but tbv regular price," said one of the veteran, 5 dry goods merchants of the city. This-; merchant showed the reporter sever-; altttapie articles retailing at from iW" ty-five to seventy-five cents a yard and ' , he also exhibited Invoices on the Iden-' tical articles where replacement pur- chases had been made this week frotnv ten to twenty cents a yard : higher. More than that bo presented proof if 1 show that order after order, had eitb-.: . er not been delivered or had been at bitrarily cut from many dozen to. a few dozen or a number of bolts to one or two. Orders given last October.; . and, last November for' staple articles to be delivered In February and March are stilt unfilled. No hope of reduce" tion is being held outi by the manufao Hirers or jobbers. . The relief from high prices at best" can only be temporary, say these mer chants. For It is Inconceivable that merchants will buy at a higher prise,, than they can get over the counter. Much ado is being made about the te ductlon of shoes in many cit'e3. "That 1 Is nothing new," said an old time shpa dealer, "we mako those reductions ev ery year. Right in this house now w have good shoes for women at less than $5 a pair and have had them, but they do not have the style. Leather, quality, lasting virtues, these thinai. have no virtues if the shoe has no style."