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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1919. The Greeneville Dafly Sun PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. . ,. , , i " W. R. LYON, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Rati Daily Subscription By carrier, 15c a week, 50c a month. By nail outside of Greeneville, 40c a month; 75c for 8 months; $1.50 for 6 months $8.00 for the year. THE PEOPLE MUST DECIDE. The power exercised by the government of 1he United States was delegated to it by the States and by the people. This power is not transferable. It cannot be increased or diminished by any action of the States or the people, ex- cept by a method provided by the States and the people when they granted the power. The individuals temporar ily executing the power by virtue of their offices have nothing to do with the .origin,-transfer or modification of Entered at the postoffice at Greeneville, Tenn., as second-1 the power. Their oaths of office require them to execute Biliousness class matter. the duties imposed upon them,, and no more. The United States government, not being the originator Now that we've arranged for disarmament, let's whoop Jf powers, is not authorized to confer with foreign ov- it up for the biggest fleet in the world, says Bos'n Daniels, ernments as to any changes that individuals may deem de sirable in the nature and scope of America's national pow- Quickly relieved without sickening. One HU at night will do the work. "JUST AROUND THE CORNER." The eyes of the Lord are in every abolish beer it certainly can be amended to abolish war. Self-determination in Montenegro seems to be the de termination of Serbia to annex Montenegro, whether or no. provements in the relations between the people, the States and th Federal government. The treaty-making power of the United States eannot The chorus of approval from the British papers is evi- J 4.1 1 i. 1 111 Am. . aenuy a nearly cneer ior wnat nas oeen leu out or the league constitution. If the Constitution can be warped around to make it ers- !t doea not matter wheth these individuals are in or place beholding the evil and the good out of office, whether they are influential with the people Judgment shall begin at the House or whether they believe they are qualified to make im- of God' 8nd if the righteous scarcely oe savea, where will tne ungodly and sinners appear? O, God! take care of the sleeping ministers and this na tion. We ar taught ,to repent, pay of course, amend the Constitution which creates the treaty and strive to enter inand every 80ul , ifviL it - . a uwi iaiis iu uvercume evu wiu lace malung power. Withm the scope of its , authority ? the fear doubt and despair We must treaty-making power is supreme, but its power is limited, accept the Bible at its face value, just as all other powers of the government are limited, follow Christ and be Justified and The treaty-making power is in continuous operation, as it ready for His coming. Man must were, and so is Congress. A treaty made yesterday may f. r. . . . , ' .? The moment that Boston heard that President Wilso be amended or repealed by a law made today, or by a knees until God answers him. This would land there, it began to ask why New York an" new treaty made tomorrow. A treaty is the supreme law makes man a convert and not a per- Norfolk should be jealous of a world entrepot. 0f the land, but anv other law nassed bT Conm-ess ma vert- I tell you the spiritual joy has , . , I departed from the souls of men. annul the treaty. ' . .. .... . , , When a private soldier is sentenced to forty years' Under the Constitution Congress has certain -powers L O. God. waa 'ha. h-onm,. of the! Imprisonment for stealing a cigarette, the mind recoilp which it cannot enlarge, diminish, modify or ignore. It old power that makes us love every- from what might happen if he had stolen a match. has the nower to declare war. which include the nower body; the Pwer that touches the . . . , Ti ... quick in the souls of the rich and poor to terminate war. It cannot delegate this power to the ali. - n fll. f-n1 Old Venus Carranza will take his time about joining President, the Supreme Court, a league of nations or any and convincing voice of the lowlvi the league of nations, seeing it requires new members t other agency, nor can it return this power to the States Nazarine? I fear His life, His last PINE SPRINGS in prove that they intend to observe their international ob ligations. and the people. Nor can the States or the people make WiU and Testament has fell among 4 ... ... . , . , , .. . o mieves. we imu Dut iew as prayer war caicjii. uy virtue Ui a ueciarauun oy vungrcao. ounu When a statesman shakes his head and refuses to com mit himself on the league of nations, it's a sign that h has read it and is waiting for somebody to explain wha he ought to think. presidents nave oeen accused or matting war without i declaration by Congress, but there are important distinc tions between casual armed collisions and a state of war. No treaty can be made by which the United States gov- The armistice ends again today. Germany has been showing a disposition to get ugly again. It has been stat ed that she has threatened to renew hostilities again i she cannot get a more liberal adjustment of differences With almost one million of her soldiers yet under arms she could no doubt cause much more bloodshed befor she is subdued. It is now rumored that Greeneville is to have another bank. Plans are on foot, we are informed, looking to the organization of a new banking institution, and if carrie out the new bank will probably be open for business with in a short time. The new enterprise is being backed b gentlemen well known, men who are financially ablt t make a success of the venture. The question arises wheth er or not the town is large enough to support four bank.' As is well known, Greeneville enjoys at the present time three healthy, well-managed banking institutions. Twc of these are classed with the oldest banks of this sectior meeting, and but very few that tarry at the altar. But some say we must not judge. "Open thy mouth, judge righteously and plead the cause of the poor and needy. Prov. 30:9. The poor and needy are the people ernment can agree to substitute the decision of a league of who have fine churches, plenty of nations for Congress in declaring a state of war. Nor car money, a salaried preacher, and not I t. i any treaty pass the Supreme Court wheih attempts to ere enouKn &race get a message dra on nKIirvofirtn imstn PAniwaao f rt HaHavA iintf whan tail I I fflt hut the flnrk is Rfnrvprt and nnnf. cu uHU.. w u HU u, ... v1Ka....w. w. tered.. This is my commandment can any treaty pass muster which obliges Congress to ac that I give unto you: love one cept the mandate of another authority regarding the size another as I have loved you I 411. ' il 1 1 A and comnosition of the United States armv. the navv. th -nim s love was a Pure love. ol" ot a pure nean, out or a pure con science. His love never practiced a possessions on land or sea. Nor can any treaty be pu fraud on the Father, Himself, or' into effect which would compel the United States to send man's soul His love was unfeigned I J L ' i a 1 . 1 . an nrmv nvsrsrns irit the will nt f1nnirrs Nnr mi, ano nJ was 10 QO 11S t atners any treaty be mado which deprives the United States oi the right to preserve its neutrality in case of war between two or more foreign nations, for denial of this right woult be equivalent to denial of the right to declare war. No a can any treaty be made under which, upon the outbreal of foreign war, the United States would be compelled tc suspend its commerce with any state against the will o Congress. If the violent assumption should be made that a treat; will. I tell you there is a Retribu tion "Just Around the Corner.", We sing and pray, but we are not in the narrow way; We argue and fret, but we don't re gret; We frown and grin, but we don't make amends; We live and see, but we can't agree Jesus is coming, then how will it be? Z. QUILLEN. February is here at last and the son w is falling fast. The farmers are very glad to see this warm snow for it will be good for their wheat. Sunday school at this place was very well attended last Sunday, con sidering the bad weather. The school had as a visitor, Dr. Wilds,, of Roan county, Tenn., who made us a nice and interesting talk. Also our pas tor, Rev. R. G. Tarlton made us nice talk, and explained points the lesson that the school couldn't understand. The quarterlys for this quarter have real good lessons and those who do not attend are missing something that will do them good Mr. Wiley West and wife, of Mar ion, N. C, are visiting his wife's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mills, of this place. They also visited Pine Springs Sunday school Sunday, The many friends of Mr. and Mrs West are glad to have them visiting in this community again. Mrs. T. W. Whitehurst is visiting her son at Marshall, N. C, who has ben very ill, but is reported improv ing. Mrs. Whitehurst has been stay mg with her son for about three weeks. Esq. T. W. is anxious for his cook to come back home for he is tired of eating cold bread. Mrs. W. J. Roberts has been on the sick list for the past few days, but is able to be out again. W.J. Roberts received a letter from his brother, Joe, who is in France He also received his picture which shows him to be in perfect health Joe said after the 11th of this month he would get his service stripes for oversea service. ' BLUE JAY. LETTER FROM FRANCE of the state and are recognized as among the stronjres in the state. The fact that we have a large county an. cou,d be ratificd' I" for 8ome of these tranfers oi MIDWAY a rich agricultural section to draw from has doubtless ha' much to do with the agitation of this fourth bank. national power, and that it might be operative in spite of its conflict with the Constitution, it should be rememberec' That we may not be misunderstood, we desire to state that no reference was meant to Mayor C. G. Armitage ir the article "No Critic, Please," which appeared in Th( Daily Sun last Thursday. This article was in no wise a re ply to the Mayor's letter which appeared the day before tT . 11 1 . . unionunaieiy people generally are too ready to maite i wrong application of published statements. This state ment is made in justice to Mayor Armitage. Rev. J. S. Burgess filled his regu lar appointment at the Baptist church that any Congress, by a majority vote, may set aside such Sunday, which was attended by a a treaty at any time. It is quite imaginable that an execu very large crowd. tive might endeavor to comply with a treaty obligating the nation to make war, suspend commerce or abandon neutrality, and that a Congress, wholly disagreeing wit the executive, might eact legislation making the treat; a scran of paper. But it is not to be presumed that any pneumonia, i-. , . i . . . o . Mr. Love Saulsberry, from over seas, is visitme our town. or tnat any executive win ever, attempt to deny or ignon Last Friday afternoon closed out the exclusive power of Congress to declare war, raise ar our school at Midway until next Au- army and navy, borrow money and reeulate commerce b g"8 uur community is in very bad health at this writine. mi. t? iiv ii TAirAi i it ! ine quebuun wneuier uio umwu omwa annu juin i m,ss gtta Pack is visitinir at. Miss Pearl Cobble and Miss Stella Saulsberry returned home Saturday night from Bulls Gap. Little Miss Willie Kate Ailshie is reported in a very bad condition with many SNOWY. The American people seem to forget the fact that Ger many is intact She saved her country from invasion b squealing at the right time. Reports show that she ha: rone rieht ahead with her work of .11 kind. A .t. of leag of nations must g to the people for decision. The Bulls Gap this week, I r- ;.i i j ii fi a atl a a 1. I Hrhfl lltla Hnilfrhto?" rf M onA ii . i i . ii t , - . , i rrps npnt arm me npnarfl. as inn rrRRT,v-ma.Kinir nowrr. v at. iu tnree montns nas enaoied ner to pun ncrseit togetner and - - " H(inrv Mo ronftrf ait .... ..... hoiro via nfturpr tn nmanri tha f:nncrif nt.mn Fven thtiia-h I " we dare say tne tlun is m better shape to fight just now Miss Carrie Idell had as her euest than he was at the time the armistice was signed. This ine oenaie snouia unan,mousiy nmj tne treaty iransier- Sunday Mr. Jess McAmey, Mr. Por too. in the face of the fact that thev were forced to sur. rin the war-making power to a league of nations, still the ter Saulsberry, Mr. Love Saulsberry, .j u p :J: . Jold Constitution would stand unimpaired, and all their ef- Hlss nassie baulsberry, Miss Pearl we are not through with the treacherous Hun. The Al- Mr. Tom Pack has moved in thi lies have been too easy in dealing with the dirty, murder- wlU as exPerssed in the organic taw that controls all parU r ce Justice house. on ffano-. Wa heliov it i herinninCT tn Hwn ,,nnn ti,m of the government. Washington Post. Miss Carrie Idell is at home from " O " w..., . ,,. . , . 1 I KiKivtnl . Ti turn urana . . , , 1 . . 1 . I I H1IVA.IHB 1V1 fcV nCCftO, IhQt th.1I hntra ha.n l.niAMt I I M . . . , , ... ... .... . JJiuio b 'ci v uou ai present in me aeatn oi wr, Austin oreenevnie has lost onf (rom the Athens fost.) ' We wish the Sun and its of its best known citizens. The local tobacco market ha' The Greeneville Daily Sun, whose editor is beyond readers much success. lost one of its oldest and best known tobacco men. Ir the little petty jealousies attributable to so many local fact he was recognized as founder of the Greeneville to newspapers, has the following sensible editorial. Brother bacco market. It is said that he purchased the first pile Lyon is making one of the best local daily papers in the of tobacco sold on this market. He was the first man to state and the Greeneville people will be standing in their grow tobacco in this county. He began in a small way. own light if they do not rally to his support: "President merely as an experiment. He soon discovered that this Wilson and his party are expected to reach home during section was well adapted to growing the weed. Flue cure the coming week. It has been given out during the past or bright tobacco was given a try out first, afterwards it few days that the President intends to return to France was discovered burley tobacco could be grown here 6uc- within about thirty days. We believe the American peo cessfully and fanners were gradually shifted from the pie are all of one accord in this matter they would like flue-cured to the rich, heavy burley. Mr. Austin Bpent to see him remain upon the job until the task has been the best part of his life in an effort to build up and im. completed. The problems become more perplexing as prove the local tobacco market, which he lived to see grow the days go by and some of the gentlemen who have be to be one of the largest in the South. He was loved by criticizing the President in most everything he has un every man connected in any way with the tobacco in dertaken should be forced to read and keep posted in dustry here. He was upright, honest and charitable in all regard to the work he has had upon him during the past his dealings. The town and community has suffered r four years. Is it any wonder he has expressed a willing severe loss in the taking away of this good man. Peace ness to step down and out after he has completed the pres to his ashes. ent term?" American E. F., France, Jan. 1st, 1919 Dear Dad: I am again writing you a few lines, as this is New Year. Wish you could see the picture of the bunch that is writing. There are six of us all around a candle. We are usine our mess kit lid for a desk. This leaves me all 0. K. and hope it finds you the same. How is everything at home by now? I know I haven't been over here so long, but it seems to me that I have been over here longer than I have. I don't think that we will be over here very much longer. I am hoping not any way. Well I haven't heard from Finley yet. Do you ever hear from him? I haven't heard from any one for some time as I have been transferred from the 41st division to the 26th division. My mail hasn t begun to reach me yet. As I haven't anything of interest to write about, will close for tonight. 1 am, as ever, Your son, KITE KNOWLING. PERTINENT SAYINGS IN VERSE. 110 TONIC LIKE HOOD'S Sartaparilla For a Time like This, After Influenza, the Grip, When pure blood, rebuilt strength and regulated bowels are essential. In the after-effects of influenza, the grip and other prostrating dis eases, Hood's Sarsaparilla has re markable health-helping effect. it expels the poisons that have weakened and depleted the blood. causing pallor, anemia, flabby flesb and lax muscles. It is the standard blood reniedv with a successful rec ord of nearly fifty vears. Many people need a fine, gentle. easy cathartic in these trying times. We recommend Hood's Pills, used in the best families, and equully effec tive with delicate women or robust Cheer up, old scout! Let's have a song! Don't look so glum, gee whiz! Don't think the whole blamed world is wrong Because your liver is. Cincinnati Enquirer. t That is the truth; Luke's always right, Except when he is wrong. Sometimes ifs not your liver, but Your conscience going wrong. Memphis Commercial Appeal. If a fellow's pesky liver Were as easy to subdue As the still, small voice of conscience It would cause him little rue. Birmingham Age-Herald. Why always hold up your liver In the city's crowded mart For the multitude to jeer at? Ain't nobody got a heart? Houston Post. Why always cite the liver, For all one's grouchy spites? - Who knows but that the trouble Is located in one's lights? Johnnie "Papa, what is steam?" Papa "It is water crazy with the heat, my son." Keep Working. It's all right to keep hopln' fok St best," said Uncle Eben. "but you go ter be busy as well as wlstful.H t PROFESSIONAL W. T. MITCHELL . Justice of , The Peace.. Office, Basement Mason Home, ' Greeneville, Tenn. - O. T. FRENCH Justice of The Peace ' mni Notary Public Matrimony a Specialty. Office ever Hardin Grocery Co. Oppeiite Court House., . NEWTON C. MYERS A SONS Breeder of POLLED DURHAM AND SHORT HORN CATTLE Tuberculin Free Accredited Herds. Young bull low and stocky, reds and roans for sal. Farm 3 miles west of Greene ville on Knoxville pike. Bred right, built rijht, and priced right for future usefulness. 1, Our Cheap Column A Little Advertisntent in this Column Will Bring Quick. Result One Cent a Word. YARN FOR SALE: Aftter filling last allotment of 1026 pairs of socks, the Red Cross has a small lot of yarn left over which they will sell at $3.12 per pound. Call at Knitting Room on Friday. KNITTING COMMITTEE. tf. FOR SALE Two new No. 1 2 De Laval Separators. Will sell at fac tory price. Clyde B. Austin. 219-tf WEAK MEN Write to us for our wonderful remedy for lost man hood and vital losses. Restores quickly; never fails. Costs noth ing if not cured. Book free. Cum berland Chemical Co., 162 Berry Block, Nashville. Tenn. NOTICE, TAX PAYERS I '" As you all know this is an off year and the assessment tfn real estate stands, and I find it almost impossi ble to make all necessary transfers by riding through the various dis tricts, I take this method thinking I can serve you better. I will be in Greeneville, at the court house, be ginning the 10th of January, 1919, and stay until March 1st. to make the real estate transfers and adjust poll taxes. Respectfully, R. B. MOORE, Tax Assessor for Greene County. dlywk-Feb 19. CASH FOR JUNK, clean rags and rubber. The Austin Co. 219-tf CORN WANTED Address Farm ers' Exchange, Johnson City, Tenn. ' 254-tf FOR SALE: Clover Seed ant Spring Oats. A. S. Gray, Route 4, Greeneville, Tenn. 272-1 0-t FARM FOR SALE 163 acre farm, two good dwell ings, two good barns, and running water. Fine tobacco land. Want tc sell, Have two farms and can't look after them. Address, W, V. WEEMS, , Baileyton, Tenn f WANTED, Red Kidney Beans We have a market for 100 bushels of these beans if delivered at once. Write 'or phone us. GREENFVILLE PACKING CO. men. Easy to take, easy to operate.