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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1919.
, THREE WO! Carry On in High Price Fight WASHINGTON. Oct 8. War against high prices on the necessities of life will be carried with renewed vigor to the country this month and waged , through a series of meetings that is expected to enlist the co-oper ative efforts of Federal state and lo cal officials. A decision to adopt this method was reached in a conference yesterday held between Attorney General Palmer and a committee of the National Association of State At torneys general. Mr. Palmer in person or by repre sentative of his department expects to attend all the gatherings, and will leave Washington October 27 for a tour of the middle western states where the first meetings are to be called. f In each state according to the plans promulgated, the governor and at torney general will call together dis trict attorneys, mayors, and mem bers of the local fair price organiza tions. Actual steps which can be tak en to curb profiteering locally and in conjunction with the national effort will be considered. Constipation. The beginning of almost every se rious disorder is constipation. If you want to enjoy good health keep your bowels regular. This is best accom plished by proper diet and exercise, but sometimes a medicine is needed and when that is the case you will find Chamberlain's Tablets are ex cellent. They are mild and gentle in their action, easy and pieasant to take. Give them a trial. They only cost a quarter. NOTICE There will be an ice cream supper, box supper, cake and candy walk at Woodlawn Saturday evening October 11th, 1919, at 4o'clock p. m. Every body come. WANT INSURANCE? SEE S. URUE & CO. B, ifn i pjjMUKjaiai )QH BUNION CALLOUS f CJJLA 1 I f j CORN HARD CORN End The Torture From Corns, Callouses, Eunior.s With CO&TFIX" i"tt rlbt f'ovn nml us a fow f'rnps of Coin "Fix:" In in min utes that stubborn com or onllous vtil'li hn mused you so n w'l spony will be stone absolutely, If you will ju.Mt follow tiia alnipio ill rrc ions. Can yon bpt M for oulck ac tion? Cn-n "Fix" r.ntins no ether, collodion or salvclllc acid nothing to -at the. pood llesh anil make the foot so-r. v0u 'lon't have to sok or "rooV lie font nltht after nlp-ht. ,t's till over in a few minutes! There fa no mvs'e'v alioni Torn "Fix." It's a sensible r-medv that works that's all. If your dealer cannot supnly you send i 35e. In stamps and we will mail you a. bottle direct. For Itehlne. bml"?. tired, swollen, achlnr or oermilrlng ffet. use Corn "Fix" Knot Hath Tab lets. 3n tableti for 2So. Your money back If either fails to helv you. Corn Fix Co., Inc., Newark, K.J. Sold in Greeneville by Central Drug Store and other Dealers. "Syrup of Figs" Child's Laxative Look at tongue! Remove poisons from stomach, liver and bowels. 7 Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Chil dren love its delicious fruity taste. Full directions for child's dose on each bottle. Give it without fear. Mother! You must say "Califor nia." MT. CARMEL shouldaselli- ijb hou jpjpandlarg Mt. Carmel school is getting along nicely under the management of Mr. Willie Rudder and Miss Flossie Brown. Farmers are very busy cutting to bacco in this section. The Bridge between J. M. Hendry's and Mr. Pierce's has all rotted down again. What is the matter with the overseer. It seems that they are waiting for some one to get killed before they can make a move to re pair the bridge or do anything more. This bridge is dangerous for the mail carrier. Messrs. Jerome Wear and Clyde Justice attended the spelling at Wel come Grove Friday night. Mr. Dan Bales called on Miss Swan Frye Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Fronie Wells and son, Ira, dined Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wells. Singing was well attended at this place Sunday night. Miss Nellie Jeffers spent Sunday with Miss Lula Hendry. Miss Bonnie Ruth and Orland Cox spent Sunday with Miss Lula Hen dry. Messrs. Luke Collins, Homer Jus tice and Joe Hendry went nut hunting Sunday morning. Several from this place attended singing in Greeneville Sunday. Messrs. Astor Jeffers, Dan Bales and Henry Moore were seen on their way to Welcome Grove Friday. Mr. H. M. Craft called on Mr. John Pierce Sunday. "If any little word of mine Would make the heart the brighter; If any little song of mine, Make the heart the lighter God help me speak the little word And take my bit of singing, And drop in some lonely vale To set the echoes ringing." HAPPY GIRL. Complete Line of Funeral Supplies Coffins and Caskets I wish to announce the addition to my line of General Merchandise of a complete line of Coffins and Caskets and Funeral Supplies. I am also in position to furnish the services of experienced embalmers and funeral directors, and a Motor Hearse when needed. OTTWAY Misses Fannie and Callie Harmon, of Calhoun, are visiting friends near Ottway. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Reynolds spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Saylor. f Several from this place attended the annual meeting Saturday and, Sunday at Mountain Valley. Mr. Jay Solomon was transacting business in Greeneville Friday. Miss Willie Jeffers spent Friday night with her sister, Miss Eliza Jef fers. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Malone and Ugh! A Dose of Nasty Calomel It Salivate 1 It Make You Sick i You May Lo.e a Day' Work. md Your bilious, sluggish, constipated nd believe you need vile, dangerous alomel to start your viler and clean our bowels. , Here's my guarantee! Ask your rugist for a bottle of Dodson's iiver Tone and take a spoonful to- family spent the week end with Mr. j ight. If it doesn't start your liver and Mrs. Bruce Malone Miss Bonnie Malone spent the week end with home folks. Mr. Jay Brooks was at Ottway Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Smith and sister, Miss Ella Young, spent Saturday night with their sister, Mrs. R. A. Gaby. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Hawkins and little daughter spent Sunday with Mrs. Hawkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Justis and daughter, Dell, and sons, George and Charles, went to County Line Sun day to attend the old time , singing. Miss Bnnie Malone spent Sunday with Miss Ruby Malone. Several from Ottway attended the spelling match at Union Friday night. Most everybody around Ottway has new molasses for breakfast now. Mr. Ralph Myers, of Romeo, was calling at Mr. R. B. Moore's Sunday afternoon. The school boys and girls are get ting to be expert ball players. Charley Bill Keller can catch with one hand every ball that comes near him. Au brey Dodd takes care of first base. Everybody was glad to see Lacy Casteel out Sunday. He was one -of our royal members here last year. We hope he will soon be strong enough to enter bchool. Mr. Dewey Moore and sisters, Mis ses Ruby, Mae andNinnie, also Mary Burns attended singing at County Line Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Burns and daughter Emma Lee dined Sunday with Misses Ida and Bertha Kenney. Mrs. J. M. Casteel and son, Jay, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown, Mr. Price Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. 0.r Casteel and Thurmsn Casteel motored to Kings port Sunday to visit Mr. J. M. Casteel, who is working there. Mr. Horace Solomon and sister, Miss Bonnie, Messrs. Lacy and Bee Casteel, Jay Solomon and Misses Rose and Nora Myers went to Haw kins county Sunday to attend an old time singing. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mercer and family, of Greeneville spent the week end with Mrs. Eliza Carter. Mr. Horace Solomon has purchased a Ford car. Mrs. Simpson spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Young. SCHOOL FRIEND. nd straighten you right up better han calomel and without griping or laking you sick I want you to gc ack to the store and get your money Take calomel today and tomorrow ou will feel weak and sick and nau eated. Don't lost a day's work, 'ake a spoonful of harmless, vegeta le Dodson's Liver Tone tonight and ake up feeling great. It's perfect y harmless, so give it to your chil ren any time. It can't salivate, so et them eat anything afterwards. OAKDALE WANItU: Settled white woman or girl to cook and do light house' work for family of two. Good pay and light work guaranteed. Nice home for right party. Apply in per ton at The Daily Sun office. Women Made Young Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your, system in order by regularly taking COLD MEDAL at the home of Mrs. W. C. Bolton. Mrs. T. N. Cannon has been suffer ing a great deal from the result of having some teeth extracted. We are glad to report her improving at this time. Mr. J. W. Good and daughter, Miss Ada, attended quarterly conference -i. T 1 C J Mr. Charles Huffman recently built: a new barn. j Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Murry and baby spent Saturday and Sunday at j Chuckey. . Mr. Charley Baskett, of Jonesboro, has purchased the Edd Ripley farm. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Reiser have beautified the interior of their home with paint and hard oil:' Mrs. Rome Moyers and baby re turned from Johnson City Saturday afternoon, after spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Marco Brad ford. Mr. Fletcher Dotson, of Jockey, was here buying pigs last week. Messrs. H. C. Remine and B. V. Fann made a business trip to Greene ville Monday. STAR. When In Need of Repair Work See It only takes one visit to discover whether hospitality is genuine or not. JUD BROWN AT THE DEPOT first-class WORK PRICES REASONABLE AN ADVERTISEMENT IN THE DAILY SUN BRINGS RESULTS aft V 1 The world's standard remedy for kidney, livar, bladder and uric acid troubles, the enemies of Hie and looks. In use since 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Look for tli name Gold Medel on it bos and accept do imitation The school at this piace is doing nice work under the management of Mr. Willie Moore, of Mosheim, and Miss Fay White, of Rheatown. On account of the new books not coming in at the proper time, it is making it hard on both pupils and teachers. Mr. Robt. Mercer, who has been very serious with typhoid and double pneumonia fever, is able to be up now. Master J. D. Collett is slowly re covering from a severe case of ty phoid fever. Mrs. U. M. Bradley is improving slowly. She is not able to be out of the house. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and baby, of Montana, spent from Saturday until Tuesday with Mrs. Johnson's nee Miss Maude Billings's sister, Mrs. U. M. Bradley, and family. Hazel Speer has been kept from school on account of sickness. Mr. Arthur Dotson is suffering of a severe attack of typhoid fever. We are enjoying showers today. The ground has been so hard it has been with difficulty that the farmers made preparation for wheat and oats. Mrs. Ben Williams and children are spending several days with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Remine, be fore going to their new home at Jer aldstown. Mr. William Koontz, of Chuckey, and Mrs. Mary Royston, of Mo., Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Grant and daught?r dined with Mr. anj Mrs. J. G. Reesor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Remine and F. A. Reiser and family were callers in afternoon. We are sorry tc learn of the death of Mrs. Joe Birdwell at Chuckey, which occurred Saturday night. She will be burled tcdp.y (Monday) at Chuckey. Mrs. Belh; Richerson is able to b3 up again, :,fter suffering from mala ria fever and rheumatism. Mrs. Emma Pickering and two sons, who spent the summer with her daughter, Mrs. Dee Brown, at the Dam, south of Greeneville, spent a few days h re with relatives. She will leave scon for Franklin, Ind. Mossrs. S im ?'ocre and Elmer Wal ters, of Tusculum, came up and took Mis.ss Flj'.a and Pearl Fann to the Washington College Fair Thursday. Mr. and 'Mrs. S. E. Dotson, Mrs. J. W. Good and Lola Speer motored to Milburnton Sunday afternoon to j see Mrs. Dotscn's sister, Mrs. W. C. j Landreth, who is in very bad health, j Mr. Bruer King, who ha;; spent the ! past four months with his aunt, Mrs. W. II. C. Bolton, left today for Cedar ; Lane, where he will farm for Mr. j Geo. Hayes. , Mrs. Emma Hall, of Cedar Lane j spent from bndr.y until Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. C. Bolton. Mrs. Lizzie Moyers, Mrs. H. E. Hice and daughter, Opal, spent Friday W. N. Williamson Chuckey, Tennessee t if 4 i? if !f it it if if if it it ror Two Buick-Six Touring Cars; in good condition; and tires all the way round CITY GARAGE New Phone 311. f f f f t! f ! ti t cr-rt Scores of Women in homes, stores, offices and factories are not fit to be at work. They toil on day after day and year after year suffering with distressing weaknesses and derangements, hoping against hope that they will soon feel better, but how can they hope to do good work or escape permanent invalidism? Such women are in danger of derangement of women's functions. They owe it to themselves to try that good old fashioned root and herb remedy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which for more than forty years has been restoring American Women to health and strength. Here is a Notable Example Joplin, Missouri. "1 took Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound to see if it really would do as it was ad vertised and it sure did, and more. 1 was weak and could not do much work, had bearing down pains and had to go to bed. 1 learned about the Vegetable Compound from my mother and my husband told me to get it. After taking one bottle I was able to be on my feet most of the time and do my work again. I have a baby eleven months old and I have done all my own work, even the washing and ironing since she was three weeks old. I certainly recommend your great medi- y sJ7 cine to everyone who complains of lemale trouble and I am more man ivillino fnr vnn tn use mv testimonial. ' I J A M Yi Mrs. Timothy graney, And Another Chicago, Illinois." I suffered for four years with pains in my sides, hips and legs and a terrible backache. 1 could not do any work at all. I was treated by many physicians but they did not help me. I read in one of your books where other women have been helped by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, so I tried it and it helped me very much so that now I can do everything in the house. I have told my friends about Vegetable Compound and you have my permission to use this leuer." Mrs. I. OVENSTEIN, 902 S. Marshfield Avenue, Chicago, 111. Thousands of such Letters Prove the Curative Value of TPS N,- 0 LYDIA E.PtNKMAM MEPICINE CO.. LYNN.MASS. inrrnwi