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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12,. 1919.
THREE Prof . Thompson Subject of Comment " In "Breezy Chatter Heard in" Leg islative Halls" of the Nashville Ban ner, comment is made on Professor S. H. Thompson of Bristol. The article follows: "Dldja see that big:, fat mxn 'wisi tating. around with the members of the Legislature Tuesday? "You guessed right the very first time. His name is S. H. Thompson, and he was Superintendent of Fublk Instruction under Gov. Hocper, and is : now selling real estate all over East Tennessee. He waj glad-handing with the boys just like he might have been a candidate for 'sumpin,' but he declared he was just up to look 'em over. And his comments were very complimentary, too. "Mr. Thompson gets out among the farmers considerably pnd sp.ys that all the farmers he has seen, and most of the school folks are for Dr. H. A. Morgan for President of the State University to succeed to tjie post made vacant through the, death of Dr. Ayers." JERALDSTOWN The Sunday school "at this place is getting along very nicely considering the sickness and bad weather. The singing school at Double Lick began this (Monday) morning. Ev erybody invited. The revival at this place has been postponed until Monday night week, on account of the illness of one of the pastor's. The little son of Mr. Finley Rus sell happened to a serious accident the other day. He was beating up some glass when a piece of it got in his eye. The doctors say his eye is out. The parents, as well as Thomas have our sympathy. Misses Mary Bright and Bertha Yokley were visiting Miss Romans Ruth English Monday evening. Mr.' George H. Yokley, of Camp Pike, returned home Friday. He was welcomed by his many friends. Mrs. Dan Holt is on the sick list at this writing. Miss Jennie Thornburg was the pleasant guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. T. English, Saturday night and Sun day. The flu situation is improving at this place. Mrs. Glen Jackson was visiting her father, Mr. David Middleton, Satur day night and Sunday. We are glad to report that Mr. Willie McDonald has arrived home. He can tell us all something about the war, I suppose. We are also glad to say that Willie is not wounded as severely as his people thought him to be. Many thanks to you, "Red Cross Worker," for your invitation to call and see you. I gladly accept it. Mr. Will Shanks, of Kingsport, is visiting our burg this week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. John son, on the 8th inst., a son. Mrs. J. Carson Moore hasibeen in Greeneville the past week, where she is receiving treatment from Dr. Haw kins. Mrs. James Miller, who has been very sick, is improving. Mr. Carl Skinnell was calling on Miss George Mathes Sunday evening. Tell again your father's story ; How the victory was won. Not to praise, and not to glory; Not to triumph led them out, But the faith that God unaltered Bore the brunt and paid the toll, And the heart that never faltered The unconquerable soul. LONESOME GIRL. is Your Blood Starving Iron U Bed-Blood Food Koxated Iron Help Fat Rosea Into the Cheeks of Women and Strent th tnI Energy Into the Veins of Hen. If yon were to go without eating until yoa tweome weak, thin and emaciated, you could not do a more serious barm to yourself than when you let your blood literally starve for want of Iron iron that gives it strength tnd power to change food into living tissue, nnscle and bran. Without plenty of ires in the blood, no natter bow much or what you eat, your food simply passes through yoi without doing you any good yo don't get the strength out of it and instead of being filled with youthful strrngth and energy you are weak, nervous and all run-down. If you re not strong or well you owe it to yourself to make the following test: See how long you can walk or bow far you can walk without becoming tired. Next take two five, grain tablets of ordinary Nuxated Iron three times per day after meals for two weeks, then test your strength again and see bow much you nave gained. Numbers of nervous, run-down people who were ailing all the while have most astonishingly increased their strength and endurance simply by taking iron in the proper form. But don't take the old kinds of iron simply to save few cents. You must take iron in form that can be ' easily absorbed and assimilated like Nux ated Iron if yoiwant it to do you any good, otherwise it may prove worse than useless. You can procure Nuxated Iron from your druggist on an absolute guarantee of sati (action or your money will be refunded. For Sal in This City By E. T. MILLER & CO., SQUARE DRUG STORE, CENTRAL DRUG CO. BOYD DRUG CO, GIRLS! LOTS OF BJEAUTIFUL HAIR A Small Bottle of "Danderine" Makes Hair Thick, Glossy and Wavy. Removes All Dandruff, Stop Itch ing Scalp and Falling Hair. To be possessed of a head of heavy beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff is mere ly a matter of using a little Dander ine! 'It is easy and inexpensive to have nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just get a small bottle bottle of Knowl ton's Danderine now it costs but a few cents all drug stores recom mend it apply a little as directed and within ten minutes there will be an appearance of abundance, fresh ness, fluffiness and an incomparable gloss and lustre, and try as you will you cannot find a trace of darilruff of falling hair; but your real surprise will be after about two weeks' use, when you will see new hair fine and downy at first yes but really new hair sprouting out all over your scalp Danderine is, we believe, the only sure hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and cure for itchy scalp, and it never fails to stop falling hair at once. If you want to prove how pretty and soft your hair really is, moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair taking one small strand at a time. Your hair will be soft, glossy and beautiful in just a few moments a delightful surprise awaits everyone who tries this. LIBERTY Miss Bessie Gilton was the gut of Miss Ora Burgess Sunday. Our produce man, Mr. Geo. Copp, is going to quit the produce business and go into the tobacco business. Mr. Jake Stanton, of the north side of the river, passed through this place today with a load of tobacco which he was taking to Greeneville. Mr. Loda Stanton, of Shingletown, made a trip to Greeneville Monday. Mr. George D. Dunbar dined with your scribe Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hammer and Ruth Arrowood, of Greeneville, are visiting friends at this place. Mr. G. C. Mathes, of Casi Valley, road the Jr. 0. U. A. M. goat at this place Saturday night. Mr. W. M. Fillers and wife, of Pi lot Hill is visiting friends at this place. Mr. James Gilton is confined to his room with the flu. Mr. Dana Broyles, our mail car rier on route four from Chuckey, met with a bad accident Sunday when his horse ran away with his hack. No' one was seriously hurt. Mr. Jonathan Short is planning to make a trip to Washington, D. C. in a few days. Mr. R. M. Fellers, our hustling to bacco farmer, is planning to raise twenty acres of tobacco this summer. Mr. Robert Dunbar is going in the peanut business. GRAY HEAD. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having been duly qualified as ad ministrator of the D. B. George es tate, notice is hereby given for all persons holding accounts against above estate to present claims and file them with me at once, and all persons indebted to the above estate come and make settlement. R. T. WOOLSEY, dly , 273-4t. Administrator. I I Tat' :iiW,sw ' I M-' t i & f'i 1 Johnson City Plant Closes Temporarily JOHNSON CITY, Tenn., Feb. 11 The Clinchfield Products Corpora tion closed temporarly today. It is understood it was closed on account of a shortage of raw material. It is thought it will re-open within a few days. The chemical plan is a million dol lar corporation, tl was established here five years ago. About 375 men are employed there. It has brought hundreds of people to Johnson City. It is considered one of Johnson City s leading industries. During the war munitions wer manufactured there, as well as other chemical products. CHUCKEY ROLTE ONf. The health of this community is very much improved. Wc have not heard of any new cases of flu. Mrs. Deborah Marshall is slowly improving from an attack of the flu. Mr. Joseph White, of Denver, Mo., is in this community for a few days stay. Miss Denta Robertson left Friday for Knoxville, where she has accept ed a position. Miss Corine Morrison, day opera tor of the Holland Central, who has been at home for the past week, on account of a severe case of the flu, returned to her work Monday. Mrs. C. Ware is very sick at this writing. On account of the inclement weather, Rev. M. H. Carder failed to fill his appointment at Union Tem ple. Sunday. Mrs. Neal, of Greeneville, has been the buest of her brother, Mr. John Luster, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hays dined with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Dunn Sun day. Mr. Earl Downey was in Greene ville Saturday having some dental work done. Miss Delia Moore, who has been visiting her brother near Roaring Springs, for the past two weeks, re turned home Sunday. Miss Jennie Doty is still improving, to the delight of her many friends. Mr. John Pickering still remains in very feeble health. Mrs. M. A. Smith has been spend ing a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Jessie Hays, of Pleasant Hill. We understand that Mr. Willie Mc Donald, of Pleasant Hill, has return ed from over-seas. We are glad to know that some are coming and hope how soon they may all return. Miss Letha Moore, who has-been teaching at Castlewood school for the past six months, returned home one day last week. This bad weather will delay the farmers with their work for awhile. We think Mr. Ground Hog must have seen his shadow. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowlin, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bowlin, will leave in a few days for Denver, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Morrison had as their guests Saturday , night and Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Bales, and little daughter, Katherine, also Miss Lethia Moore. Messrs. Carl Babb, Roy McKay and James Bales, also Misses Anna Marshall, Corine and May Morrison, were in Greeneville Saturday to see Charlie Chaplin. We think we will have a wedding to report in the near future. Miss Corine Morrison spent Sun day night with Miss Lethia Moore. Mrs. Francis Ford spent Friday night with her sister, Mrs. Deborah Marshall. Success to the Sun and its many readers. DUDE AND TOP. Miller's Antiseptic Oil, Known as SNAKE OIL Positively Relieves Pain in Few Minutes Try it right now for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lumbago, sore, stiff and swollen joints, pain in the head, back and limbs, corns, bunions, etc. After one application pain usually disap pears as if by magic. A new remedy used internally and externally for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Sore Throat, "Diphtheria and Tonsili tis. This Oil is conceded to be the most penetrating remedy known. Itt prompt and immediate effect in re lieving pain is due to the foct that it penetrates to the affffected parts at once. As an illustration, pour ten drops on the thickest piece of sole leather and it will penetrate this sub stance through and through in three minutes. Accept no substitute. This great oil is Miller's only. Every bottle guaranteed 30c, 60c and $1.00 a bottle. For sale at Central Drug Co. Greeneville, Tenn. DEBUSK The snow, the beautiful snow has covered mother earth today. The news flashed over the tele phone wires Sunday morning of the death of Mr. G. D. Arrowood' wife, who died at her, home at Speedwell. She will be buried at Cedar Hill cem etery Monday. Miss Myrtle Wagner is a home from Tusculum to spend Sunday. She was accompanied home by one of her school mates. We did not learn the name. Miss Trixie Anderson's school has closed and she is now at home. Miss Trixie is a jolly good young lady, and we are glad to have her at home with us. Miss Effie Wykle and brother, Baxter, were shopping in Creenevillo last Friday. The snowy weather is bad on the farmers as they ca,n't get their to bacco beds burnt. I think most of the farmers are going to try a burley crop next year, as the price it has been bringing has been very satisfac tory to the farmers. Mr. Lee Devoti's family are all im proving to the delight of their many friends. Aunt Eliza Hux is some bet'.ev, we j are glad to report. i Mr. William Roberts bought a can of lard of fifty three pounds for the sum of fifteen dollars and ninety cents, from Mr. Clark Susong. Mr. Charley Culver, of Johnson City, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. Scott Wykle. Mr. Verra Wagner arrived home today from the army. GYPSY. 7 Jit, Mm t Y MM w 1 st TVea.t Wkitirv1-! "On w tlic danrr lrt joy be 11 V, imcorifiiK'd" there's j Waiting to rool ami refresh you for the. next dance. All Traces of Scrofula Cleansed from the Blood Impurities Promptly Wiped Out. If there is any trace of Scrofula, or other impurities in your blood, you cannot enjoy the full physical devel opment that a healthy body is ca pable of until your blood has been thoroughly cleansed and purified of all traces of impure matter. S. S. S., the wonderful old purely vegetable' blood remedy, has no equal MIDDLE CREEK Think the flu has about left us. We have had a splendid revival meeting at Herman. We are very sorry to learn that Mrs. Lida Gray will leave us soon for Greeneville, where she will un dergo an operation at the Greeneville hospital. We all hope she may soon return very much benefitted by her treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bowman and little daughter spent Saturday night with Mr. Frank Willhoit and family. Little Mildred Bowman spent Sun day with her grandparents. Miss Lizzie White spent the past week with D. H. Jaynes and family. Miss Anna Johnson spent Satur day night and Sunday with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willhoit spent Sunday with Mr. Sam Gray and fam ily. As news is scarce will ring oft for this time. BLUE EYES. for removing the last trace of STif ula and other blood taints, and there is no case that it does not promptly reach. S. S. S. will thoroughly cleanse and remove every disease germ that infests the blood and give you new life and vigor. It Is sold by all drugf gists and you should get a bottle and begin its use to-day. Write a com plete history of your case, and you can obtain expert medical advice free by addressing Medical Director. 30 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. CEDAR GROVE 1 Since our last letter the death I angel has again visited our commu- iutty mm I'liiiincu mra. utnucti jji un it's, an old and highly respected lady residing on Horse Creek, who died on last Thursday, after an illness of sev eral weeks. She is survived by one son and a host of relatives. She was about 70 years of age. Funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev. T. O. Brumley at Pleasant Hill, the remains being interred in the cemetery at that place. Mr. S. J. Painter, of near Pleas ant Hill, we understand, has sold out his stock of goods to a Mr. Waddell, of near Mt. Zion. Miss Hazel Stepp and Mr. Guy Williamson, Miss Eunice Bowman and Mr. Hubert Willhoit took in the meeting one night last wek. Miss Ada Broyles and Texie Pain ter were the guests of Mr. John Wal ters Saturday night. BLUE EYES.