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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1919.
THREE WHY WOMEN MAKE GOOD PHYSICIANS. It is a very interesting group of wo men which has come to America to attend the International Conference of Women Physicians. Nearly every civilized country in the world is represented. And from their home they bring ideas which represent the universal progress that is being made by women all over the world who have taken up the study and practice of medicine. s It was not so many years ago that a woman physician was unknown, and if a woman proposed to study medicine and practice, a convention of men would pass resolutions con demning such aspiration. Women have always had to fight the self -conferred superiority of men. The lower the state of male intel ligence the more convinced he was that he was mentally as well as phys ically the nobler being. It was only by force of demonstra tion that woman established the fact of her good sense and wise judgments j In the days when all men were mi j gratory animals she showed the fool- ishness and wastefulness of constant ly moving about and established the value of the home. - And once she had established the home she began to -improve the con ditions of life both inside and out of it. Her first attention was naturally given to the children. Now Is a Good Time To Drive Out Catarrh The Trouble I in the Blood. Summer catarrh, with its nause ous' discharge, stuffed up glands, difficult breathing, and summer colds, is bad enough, but the worst of it is yet to come if you ntglect to check the growth that is form ing tc attack you with ten-fold trreater power during the winter. That's why it h so important to treat catarrh with S. S. S. during warm weather. It is now an established fact that catarrh is in the blood and that lotions and salves do not give relief. The experience of others has proven that S. S. S. strikes at the root of the trouble. Waste no time in this matter, for it is of the utmost importance. Write to our Medical Advisor about your case. Address Swift Specific Co., Dept 5J, Atlanta, Ga, rfeKSSKfeV...; Nu$$vted Iron Used By A 3000000, Help d UpkiW? vl! 1 - Stren&thjd , . y Endurance CanTe If Blood fdng Vigorous eol thy Folks ) tMkmid at Ike Hienaadwoiaea TMi meet iaaslnglcday.Oncglancc la eaonga to tell the on with plenty 1 lick, red blood,atrengtfc and phya ' leal cacrgy to back up their nental power and make them a ancccaa In whatever they undertake. Dr. Jamea Francla Sullivan, form erly physician of Bellevue Hospital (Ontdaor Dept.). New York, and the Westchester County Hospital, says thst to help anake strong, keen, red-blood od Americana there la othlag so valuable organic Iroa Nuxated Iron. It oltea lncreaaea the atrcngtb and endurance of weak.nervous.rui -down people la two weeks' time. 1 1 i conservatively eitimited that Nuzated Iron it Dow being tued by over three million people annually, and it hai been uaed and endorsed by auch men ai U. S. Comminioncr of Immigration Eon. Anthony Caminetti, also United States Judge G.W. Atkinson, of the Court of Claims of Washing-ton, and othera. Nuxated Iron Is dispensed by all good druggists everywhere. Sold in this city by E. T. Miller & Co., Boyd Drug Co., Square Drug Store, Central Druja: Co. As the mother she realized that she was responsible for the continuance of the family and the perpetuation of the race, and for her helpless off spring she sought greater safety and comfort. "V Her activities began at the very birth, for the firsT sort of helpful at tention was that which one woman gave to another at the critical time when a new member of the tribe came into the world. In actual preparation and dispens ing of medicine woman was first, for as a gatherer of herbs she establish-1 ed the first crude system of remedies and directed their application and use. The battle of women for recogni tion as physicians has been a long and difficult one; It was but a few years ago that every medical school in the world barred women from a doctor's degree. There are not half a dozen first class schools in the United Stakes now that admit them on equal terms with f Vi n mala .fiiilanta o If Vimi er t Vi I mncf 1.11c mate abuueuu, aitiiuugn but; mvoi i 1 ; Ai 1. ' lamuus American insuiuuuii imuugii the influence of a woman, gives equal advantages. France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy have been the most liberal in offering medical education to wo men, and it is to the credit of a New York hospital that it was the first to open its doors to graduate women physicians on the same terms os men. There is every reason why c wo man should be more successful than a man in the practice of medicine. She is more painstaking, more con scientious, more careful, more sym pathetic. In these institutions where she is equally favored as a student she al most invariably attains a higher aver age of standing than her male class mates. Her sex is a distinct advantage in her treatment of both children and women, for she is; naturally able to gain their confidence and establish their trust more promptly than one of the opposite sex. During the War women doctors and women nurses showed that they were able to undergo privations and endure hardships of the most trying character. Their work in the hospi tals and camps and even at the sta tions close to the front proved them able to perform every duty and an swer every, demand that was made on them. Gradually the woman in medicine is establishing her right to recog nition. Slowly, as she has gained every thing, she is making her way by sheer pluck and actual proof. The time will come when she will TRUSTEE'S ANNUAL REPORT September 1, 1918, to August 31, 1919. STATE. Dr. Cr. Cash payments $17,393.37 Aggregate , $18,110.25 Errors, &c 249.53 Pick up 53.59 Land sales 198.85 Pen. & Int 24.87 Corns 346.96 $18,188.71 $18,188.71 Bal. on hand, 9-l-'18. Warrants paid Errors, &c, Land sales Corns. Ik. r COUNTY. $14,022.49 Aggregate $14,327.37 43,026.62 Pick up 32.16 149.72 Pen. & Int. 14.92 119.31 Justices 214.25 424.17 Co. Ct. Clk 1,736.42 Cir. Ct. Clk. 1,160.84 C. & M. 464.71 Sheriff 243.75 W. H. Piper Atty l. 325.00 Rent 25.00 Int. D. Depos. 2,984.59 Loan 35,437.50 Bal. 8-31-'19. 775.80 $57,742.31 $57,742.31 Warrants paid Errors, &c, .. Land sales Insol Polls Corns. Bal. 8-3l-'19 SCHOOL. $53,940.15 Bal. 9-l-'18 $ 3,095.76 299.43 Aggregate 40,136.74 238.62 Pick Up Tax 582.31 4,750.00 Pen. & Int 29.85 1,108.00 Co. Ct. Clk 1,361.41 10,157.38 Cir. Ct. Clk 101.50 Supt. 154.25 Donation 4,500.00 From State 20,531.76 $70,493.58 $70,493.58 Warrants paid Errors, &c, .. Land sales Corns. . ROAD. $41,560.81 Bal. 9-l-'18 $ 4,451.02 59.66 Aggregate 9,896.17 76.65 Pick Up 26.80 . 308.83 Pen & Int 12.44 Road Supt 5,057.20 Co. Ct. Clk 109.37 Chairman 17.50 Justices 4.00 Loan 19,899.00 Road Duty 1,198.10 Bal. (OD) 8-31-'19 1,334.35 $42,005.95 $42,005.95 Warrants paid ... Errors, &c. i. Land sales Corns. Bal. 8-13-'19 BRIDGE. $ 6,548.09 Bal. 9-l-18 $ 4,852.54 74.86 Aggregate 7,163.69 59.65 Pick Up 16.08 180.93 Pen. & Int. 7.46 5,639.04 Keller Bridfe 115.00 Co. Ct. Clk . 195.65 Chairman 150.15 Supt 2.00 $12,502.57 $12,502.57 Bal. (OD) 9-l-'18 Warrants paid Errors, &c. Land sales , Corns. HIGH SCHOOL. $ 936.01 Aggregate 10,490.50 Pick Up 99.81 Pen. & Int 79.54 Co. Ct. Clk 254.39 State I Bal. 8-31-'19 $ 9,551, 21. 9. 260. 1,669. 346, SCHOPL BONDS. Warrants paid $ 2,955.00 Errors 39.93 Land sales , 31.83 Corns. 95.07 Bal. 8-31-'19 3,837.32 Bal. 9-l-'18 $ 3,021.23 Aggregate 3,820.61 Pick Up ... Pen. & Int. Co. Ct. Clk. 8.59 3.98 104.74 $ 6,959.15 HIGHWAY. $ 6,959.15 Warrants paid .... $18,981.41 Errors, &c. 224.57 Land sales 178.96 Corns. 538.14 Bal. 8-31-'19 19,856.00 Bal. 9-l-'18 $17,298.04 Aggregate 21,491.06 Pick Up 48.23 Pen. & Int. 22.38 Co. Ct. Clk 919.37 Warrants pdd Errors, &c. Land sales Corns. $39,779.08 ROAD BONDS .. $25,245.00 Ba 374.28 298.27 189.42 Bal. 8-1-19 35,229.75 $39,779.08 -1913. 9-l-'18 $24,088.99 Aggregate 35,818.42 Pick Up 80.38 Pen. & Int. 37.32 Co. Ct. Clk. 1,311.61 , $61,336.72 ROAD BONDS 1917. $61,336.72 Warrants paid . $14,492.50 Errors, &c 178.98 Land sales ., 229.95 Corns 153.52 Bal. 8-31-'19 28,933.26 Bal. 9-l-'18 $13,527.63 Aggregate ... 29,688.46 Pick Up 80.37 Pen. & Int 37.32 Co. Ct. Clk. 654.43 $43,988.21 BRIDGE DEBTS. Warrants paid $22,164.72 Errors, &c. 49.90 Land sales- 39.77 Corns. 120.21 Bal. 8-31-'19 5,816.10 $43,988.21 Bal. 9-1-M8 $ 3,267.81 Aggregate . 4,775.77 Tick Up 10.73 Pen. & Int. 4.97 Co. Ct. Clk. 131.42 Loan 20,000.00 $28,190.70 HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. Bal. COURT HOUSE. Warrants paid $ 3,000.00 Bal. 9-l-'18 errors, &c. 34.94 Land sales 27.84 Corns. 83.20 Bal. 8-31-'19 4,704.76 $28,190.70 382.37 $ 4,404.82 Aggregate 3,343.03 Pick Up 7.49 Pen. & Int 3.48 Co. Ct. Clk. 91.92 Nature and the Indian Bal. (OD) 9-l-'18 Warrants paid Corns. Bal. 8-31-'19 7,850.74 LIBRARY. 29.30 From Supt. 339.69 From State 3.89 16.62 $ 7,850.74 $ 184.75 204.75 $ 389.50 SHEEP Refund $ 6.00 Corns 184.20 Bal. 8-31-'19 2,477.64 FUND. From R. B. Moore ... Tags 1500 to 2728 60 44 95 89 79 1 Cash on hand 9-l-'18 58 I Receipts $ 389.50 $ 1,281.84 1,386.00 $ 2,667.84 PI - " . - of 1 Th Indian never liked work but be wanted his squaw to get well as soon as possible so that she could do the work and let him hunt therefore he dug vapoou root for htr, for that was their great remedy for female weak, nessca. Dr. Pierce uses the same root called Blue Co hosh in his "Favorito Pre scription" skill fully combined with other agents that make it more effective. Women who are worn out, who suffer from pain at regular or irregular intervals, who are nervous or dizzy at times, should take that reliable, temperance, herbal tonic which a doctor in active practice prescribed many years ago. Now sold by druggists, in tablets and liquid, as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Send 10c. to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package. Jackson, Miss. "Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription is a good medicine and I have recommended it many times to women who suffer. This medicine was a prrat comfort to mo after motherhood. Tbo doctor seemed unable to give me any relief or help, but 1 had very prompt relief as soon as I started to take the ' Prescription.' It cured me of my trouble and restored me to a Defect state of health, and that Is why I do not hesitate to speak a good word for Doctor Pierce's Favorito Prescription whenever I have an opportunity. "Mrs. K. G. Suther land. 209 Polndexter Street. be as thoroughly and rightly recog nized as she now is in the arts, in astronomy, in chemistry, in the schools, and in the home. Certainly, if she is competent to give life, she ought to be qualified to sustain and prolong it. Washington Times. FABLES OF EVERYDAY LIFE The crisis came after a lutle while, when she came to believe that he was truly hers. Once, unexpectedly, she turned on him as she did her little sister in a tirade of abuse. And when he remonstrated, she said : "Aren't we going to be one? Can't we say what we want io to each other?" To which he answered something like this: "No, we aie not one and never will be. I have watched and waited in the hope that I could find some ex cuse for you, but to no purpose. 1 have overheard you several times in the abuse of your family. Now, as soon ns I get to be your family it will be the same thing. You will go on the theory that it is not only your privilege but your right. "I will be the so-called 'henpecked husband, and you will save your sweet smile for the outsider, not for me. ''Where I come from everything is open and above board. While we make allowances for a little temper now and then, there are no dual per sonalities. Our real friends are tried and true and always the same. We can bank on them. At least I would want my wife to be my best friend and show her best side to me as well as to others." He found his best friend in another girl, and Marie became the only old maid in the family. She knew she had missed her big chance and no MANNERS THAT ARE BROUGHT OUT ONLY FOR COMPANY NEV ER FOOL ALL THE COMPANY ALL THE TIME. GET READY FOR "FLU" Keep Your Liver Active, Your System Purified and Free From Colds by Taking Calotabs, the Nausealess Calomel Tablets, that are De lightful, Safe and Sure. T'liystf inns niid Druggists nro advis ing their lrieinU to keep their fysleir.i purilied tmd tlieir organ:) in perfect, working order sis a protection aiiiMt the return of influenza. Tliey luio v that a 'li';;i'(l i:p system mil a lazy liver favor colds, inl'iueiia and serious complicate ns. To ci t idiort n cold overnight nnd to prevent serines complications tako onn t'nlotab at bedtime with a swallow of water - 'hat 's all. No sails, no nausea, no griping, no siekening after effects. Next morning yo'.ir tout has, vanished, your liwr is ;u;ivc, your syste .1 i.i puri fied and ret reslied ami yon are feeling lino wiMi a hearty appetite fir break fast. Kat what ymi pleas1 -no danger. Culotalis are sold only in original sealed packages, price thirty-five cents. Every druggist is authorized to refund vour monev if von nro not perfectly delighted with Calotabs. (Adv.) $11,860.25 $11,860.25 $ 2,667.84 COUNTY SPECIAL. From Co. Ct. Clk $ 4.88 SUMMARY. $ 63,602.41 Amt Disbursed $264,061.34 315,349.80 Cash 8-31-19 114,890.87 $378,952.21 $378,952.21 Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 18th day of September, 1919. . G. W. WHITE, County Court Clerk. Respectfully submitted, J. W. GARDNER, Trustee. By Sophia Irene Loeb. Once upon a time there was a young woman. This young woman had several sisters and brothers. Now, in every family as a general thing where there are several chil dren, there is one whose temper is easily stirred. This girl, Marie, was the one. There was a sweet side to the na ture of Marie, however, which had never been brought out because ev erybody always tried to avoid arous ing her temper, and she was cuddled into the belief that she had a right to it. Now, the sweet side of Marie, how ever, showed itself when there was company, especially people she liked. She was just as gracious and nice as she could be, and they always went away with the reflection of what a sweet, lovely creature she was. As the years went by and there seemed to be no effort to curb it, Ma rie's temper with her family grew so that everything thnt happened out side of home to ruffle her spirits she brought into the family and took it out on her sisters and brothers. Now, it came to pass tha! Marie had many suitors, because slit, was a very attractive young person, full of life and companionable when she chose to be. But none of these suit ors seemed to be THE one. And as they naturally came her way, she was very independent with them and dismissed them when she grew tired of them. Along came a man from the West. He was big and free and fine and honest. He had a sunny, happy na ture, abhorred qu?rrels, wan very suc cessful and altogether, what is term ed "a good citch." As has already been stated, she had such a nice way with her peoplt were drawn toward her, especially when she set out to be attractive. The sweet side asserted itself in thif young man's direction so that all could plainly see which direction the wind was blowing. It was the same old story. He be came interested in her because he had never seen such a sunny soul as she presented to him. There began a very delightful - and momentous courtship. All her friends decided that at last Marie had met her match. All went merry as a bell and Ma rie daily expected the big moment in every girl's life of "Will you?" But "there's many a slip" tvvixe the courtship and altar. One evening the Westerner heard Marie berating her younger sister calling her names and using language that he never dreamed could fall from her lips. He could not believe his ears. He was soon ushered into her presence. He never saw a more joyous smile and more loving greeting than she ex tended to him. He watched and waited and talk ed with the other children about Ma rie. He soon found that she h.d anything but a nice disposition for her family. other came her wry. She learned this moral: STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank of Greeneville Located at Greeneville, Tennessee. At the Close of Business, Sept. 12, 1919. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, Inc'uding Rediscounts'? (except those shown in b and c) $508, 188. 08 Foreign Bills of Exchange or Drafts sold with in dorsement of this bank.. f08, 188. 6a 2,701.15 Overdrafts Secured -; Unsecured 2,701.15- Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par val.) 18,750.00 Pledged to secure postal savings deposits ( par val.) 1,000.00 Owned and Unpledged... 38,150.00 Total U. S. Government Securities. $ Bonds (other than U. R. bonds) pledged to secure postal savings deposits $ 3,329.33 Securities, other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks), owned and unpledged - 91,758.27 57,900.00 Total Bond, Securities, etc., other than U. S Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription . Furniture and Fixtures Real Estate Owned Other Than Banking House Lawful Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in Vault and Net Amounts Due from Nat'l Banks., ('hecks on Other Banks in the same city or town as reporting bank Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer - .$ 95,087.60 3,600.00 3,500.54 8,615.95 44,561.32 147,455.21 262.06 280.99 937.50 Other Assets, if any Advances on Liberty Bonds 15,011.92 TOTAL - $ 888,102.92 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Paid in.. - $ 60,000.00 Surplus Fund 60,000.00 Undivided Profits $ 14,283.15 Less Current Expense, Interest and Taxes Paid.. 5,791.41 8,491.74 Amount Reserved for Taxes Accrued - 3,900.00 Amount Reserved for All Interest Accrued.. 1,003.94 Circulating Notes Outstanding - 18,750.00 Net amounts due to banks, bankers, and trust companies 15,698.08 Cashier's Checks on Own Br.nk Outstanding 7,260.27 Total of Items 30, 31, 32 and 33 .$ 22,958.35 Individual Dcosits Subject to Check -- 322,131.43 Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 31, 35, 36, 37 38 and 39 $322,131.43 Certificates of Deposit (other than for money borrowed) 329,081.56 Postal Savings Deposits Savings 1,516.64 Other Time Deposits 60,236.26 ToU.l of Time Deposits subject to Reserve, Items 40, 11, 42 and 43 $390,864.40 TOTAL $ 888,102.92 "Of the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which ..nterest and discount was charged ;:t rates in excess of those permitted by law (Sec. 5197, Rev. Stal.) (exclusive of notes upon which total charge not to exceed 50 certs was made) was $143,258.00. The number of such loan was 142. STATE OF TENNESSEE, COUNTY OF GREENE. I, T. D. BRABSON, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above stat ement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct Attest: T. D. BRABSON, Cashier. this 22nd day of September, 1919. JAS. A. CRAWFORD, ? GEO. W. DOUGHTY, )? ' J. E. HACKER, JP Notary Public, j Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me y of September, 191! GEO. C. TAYLOR,