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flour milling p
ages, of a larg
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U fTING TIE RANGE
ON TE PROFITEERS
Government Agencies Laying Plans to
COUNCIL OF WAR TUESDAY
Great Interest Centers in Meeting
Called by Attorney General Pal
Washington, Aug. 3.-Definite steps
towardl redlucing the highi cost of liv
ing are expectedl this week.
Whtile all government departments
are working toward the end~ of aille
viating unrest by restoring a normal
level of prices, interest centers in the
meeting Tluesda y of the conference
called by Attorney Genreal Palmer to
consider the best method of procedure,
OLD PEOPLE'S IIIDNEYS
1ifany E lderly3 Ma.nnin'g Residents Suf
fer From Somec Formi of Kid
WhIlen past m idle age, there fre
'quient(ly c'omles ai noticeablle weaken i ng
of the o)rgans of the b)ody, and result
ing danger of quick decline. It is
quiite necessary to give prompjt help
to any plart that first shows signs of
wvear. Healthy kidneys are necessary
to a hale old1 age. Weak kidneys often
bcrig constant backache, lame back,
sftitches and t winges of pa in, annoy
imne urinary troubles, and the danger
of dropsy or Bright's disease. D~oan's
Kidney Pills are gratefully recom..
imend~ed b~y very many aged people.
Read what Ma nning residlent says:
Mrs. Rt. L,. Logan, W. Boundry St.,
gave the following statement .Jan
nary 30, 19)11: "I1 have been greatly
rel1ievedl andh benefited by D~oan's Kid
niey Pills. I suffered with my back~
and kidney sand I couldn't sleep well
niights. I got IDonn's Kidney Pills
anrd they rel i'eed me wVonderfully' of
all m ny trouble.''
GONE l"OR G;OOD
On February I5, 1918, Mrs. Logar1
said: "Tfhe cur Donn's K idney P'illh
gave me somei( time ago has lasted. I
have been in fine health ever sinec
arnd i am only tooi pleased to agaira
give them miy endorse'ment."'
Price 60e, at all dlealers. D~on't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-.get
DonnL's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mfrs. Logan had. F'oster-Milburn Co.
'?Wfrs. Busfflo, N. V
[I open up in MANNII
iilding will be equippe
id Women's Departm
er Departments equip
Market equipped with
ig is an ideal town to
rids; public library; pa
erage; health unexcel
)spitable and helpful c
lant; excellent artesiar
ig is the center of an
as any other in the S
n sere it ome (a
,i abli :md a ffab
ested, state fully in fl
especially with respect to profiteer
ing. The committee appointed by the
conference. Director General Hines,
Assistant Secretary of the' Treasury
Leffingwell, and Chairman Colver, of
the federal trade commission, have
been engaged in an exchange of mem
oranda which will be put before the
conference for recommendation to
President Wilson, who is following all
Julius Barnes, director of the Unit
ed States Grain Corporation, will at
tend the meeting Tuesday and give
expert counsel to the Cabinet mem
bers and other official.: on the grain
situation. Consideration of a plan
to sell wheat in a free market, the
government absorbing -ne difference
b~etween the market price and .the
guaranteedl price, is believed certain.
Eye on Profiteers.
There are indlications that the At
torney General is paying especial at
tention to cases of profiteering, lie
has at his disposal a great volume
of in format ion collected by the federal
trade commission, showing production
costs in scores of ind~ustries. While
there is no lawv by which profitecering
may he punished dlirectly, Mr. Palmer
has saidl that there is a great dleal
of "good law" on the statute books,
andl it is believed he will find a way
to punish any cases where there are
evidenc .. of extortion.
Tlhe Average Man.
The average citizen fs the man in
whose behalf the profiteering investi
gation will be pushed, despite the fact
that it was the new demands of the
rilroad labor unions wvhich preci pi
tat ed it. Several ofieials have ex
' pressedf symijpathy with the salaried
man who lac'ks the backing of a pow
The cost of living situation it was
learnedl today, will be one of the chief
topics to be d iscussedl at Tuesday's
Cabinet meeting. Thel question of re
d ucing l ivinug expendIitures was
brought up at last week's meeting,
bu~it it is understod that, Pres ident
Wilson and his adfvisers decided, to
postpone efforts to rearn an agree
m~'nt as to definite action pending
he obta iin g of definite information.
Order for Strike Vote.
When government ouiicials resume
their attempts to solve the problem
tomorrow, another factor will have
mntered into the problem of finding
asolution to the cost of living sit
mation-the ordering of a strike vote',
-eturnable August 24, among the 500,
100 shop employees of A merican rail
'onds. Infornantion that the shopmnn
tember 1st, a new two.
riveniences for the com
rand Rapids fixtures tl
mnd complete manner.
will probably be pavec
:reets; excellent school
; four tobacco warehoi
tct a town with all the
ty, with twenty-five mil
determined to serve th
wire" sales people ft
d other ware; Milliner
n's Ready-to-Wear; Fu
references, age, wheth
(Temporary 'address) I
potash has been found in Pennsyl
vania. The following interchange of
telegrams took place today between
Senator Smith, of South Carolina, and
Henry C. Demming, of the office 6f
the State geologist of Pennsylvania:
"United States Senate, August 2,
"Henry C. Dcmming, State Geolo
gist, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
teobca~ bebd -n
CAE hs~C r
4G, S. C., about Sep
d with all modern co
ents equipped with G
ped in most modern
live in; county seat of
ied sidewalks; streets
led; beautiful shady si
itizenship; four bank
drinking water; in ft
tate, and Manning is
' see, for "seeing is b
aunicationx with "liv
rocery; Hardware an
/omen's and Childre
lity are indispensabl
st letter experience,
were not disposed to accept Presi.
dent Wilson's proposal to have Con
gress create a special body to pass or
their demands and to consider them it
connection with living problems, tool
officials by surprise. It generally waF
thought that the shopmen would avait
sonic action by Congress before pro
ceeding farther with their threat t<
IS CONFIRM jli
Washington, D. C., Aug. 2.-Be
cause of the importance of the for.
tilizer question the entfre agricultura
community of the South will be in
terestedl in the'officiai oonfirmation ol
reports that an immense deposit ol
Washington, Aug. 2.-Figures mad(
public todlay b~y the War Depirrtmnenl
showed that 3,11 3,y20) oflicers and mei
had been dIischarged from the arma
up to .July 29 and that the numbei
brought back from Europe on thai
(date was 1,798,275.
Tro strength of the army on thai
(date was 612,708 including 91,690 vol.
untary enlistments since the armistic<
wast signed. Of the 612,000 men 156,.
270 were in Europe on July 29; 67,68(
at sea and the remainder at home oi
on other stations.
You Do More Work,
You are more ambitious andl you get mnore
enjoyment out of everything when you
blood is in good condition. Impurities im
the blood have a very depressing effect or
the system, causing weakness, laziness
nervousness and sickness.
(GROVE'S TASTELESS ChIll TONIC
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyinj
and Enriching the Blood. When you fee
its strengthening, invigorating effect, see
how it brings color to the cheeks and hov
It improves the appetite, you will them
ap~preciate its true tonic value.
G (ROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
is not a patent medicine, It is sinmpl'
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrups
ISo pleasant even children like It. Thi
bflood needs Quinine to Purifyit and IROr
to Enrich it. These relinbie tonic prop
erties never fail to drive out Impurities ix
The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'
TASTELESS Chill TONIC has madei
the favorite tonic in thousands of homes
More than thirty-five years ago, folki
would ride a long (distance to get G1ROVE'
TASTELESS Chili TONIC when1
member of their famIly had MalarIa o
needed a body-building, strength-gvin
tonic. The formula is just the .sanme t~o
day, and you can get It from any~dro,
Istore. flOn ner botle
-story department stc
fort of .employees ai
nt new and modern cc
I this year; electric lit
s and churches; be;
uses; oil mill and fer
es average radius, 2
is community in the
r following depart
y; Shoes; Dry Goods
rniture and -House
er married or single
\lcolu, S. C.
"Will you wire me the facts as to
reported discovery of potash in your
State and the probable cost of produc
lion and amount available.
"E. D. Smith."
"Harrisburg, Penn., August 2, 1919.
"Senator E. D. Smith, Washington,
"Potash deposits probably cover
fifty square miles in Potter and Tioga
i are t el s ih
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Car'nels flavor is so refreshii
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what Camels expert blend of
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As you smoke Camels, yc
any unpleasant cigaretty af
pleasant cigaretty odor. An<
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Take Camels at any angle
cigarette contentment beyont
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You do not miss coupon:
You'll prefer Camels
18 cents a
nAeo 0cd eve rywhiere i
this carlon, for the hohno or ofiHce
R. J. RE.YNOLDSR TonAcco
re 90' x 150',
>urt house with
3hts; ice plant;
future as no
ments in THE
Counties, Penn. Cost of production
less than $10 per ton Millions of tons
available, possibly billions.
"Henry C. Demming', Consulting
"If the nature and extent of tho
Pennsylvania discovery turn out to
be as reportrted," commented Senator
Smith, "the whole problem of our
potash is solved."
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u'll note absence of
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