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THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1920.
THRES BEWBIi'S EXPERIENCE Of Interest to Expectant - Mothers Goshen. Ind, "I tocik LydiaE. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound with good !!!I!F illli 0 imlT'l vemlts aItf;r 1 tl;rJ yjJJ'l"-'w"J! jjruirered for soma trouble. Some years ego I had twin boya and took your Vege table Compound bc- ,r f 1 Idicrs Must ' ' Pay Poll Tax CHATTANOOGA, Term., July 27. According to the State's Attorney General Frank M, Thompson, the statement made b; Governor Roberts at .Columbia Thursday that soldiers who were not in the state January 1, 1919, were not required to produce a poll tax rfeceipt to vote in the August deetion was btsed upon a misinter pretation of the attorney-general's de cision. Gen, Thompson, who is af Monteagle, declared that rjs opinion delivered to the governor some time ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuini "Uayer ir.bk'ts of Aspirin" is gen uine Aspirin proved safe by millions proceeds will go toward the purchase of new locks for the doors and other repairs that are badly needed. All well disposed people ara extended a cordial invitation to attend the sup per. The supper will be conducted by the good ladies of the Mt. Pleasant ;'53ttlement. Esq. Noah C. Bible and wife were guests of your scribe and family Sat urday night, and together we spent Sunday with Mrs. Sophia Hendry, of Mosheim. ..', . . , : Rev. S. J. Burkey filled the pulpit; pit Sunday a. m., with a good disr course. .. . 1 . an fore they came also . r ; ... .. .!uine Aspirm provta saie Dy minions Esq y p Myers and family tspent wiore, my iouryear. y - ",an(j prescribed by physicians for, over ; gun(iaw t Mnaheim the tniPN of T old boy was bom, ago, had not been reversed and that!,,; ' . ,,n i??.ay at Mosheim' the ot I tax receipt was the only quali-1 , ZtZ . i ?'""n Wm"y ' ' : ' J. E. Bible has added quite an im provement to his dwelling in the way of a modern porch. ' ; For some reason - our letter last week failed o show up in print, but ! when you have a Lyon to contend! cases.' I tell others 11 7 y ..co.v. Later the office cf the governor at KashvilH reported that the opinion of Jkobarts was based on Thompson's opinion iu.d the governor's secretary lIJ what it did for me and you may publish my tentimonial." -Mrs. Geo. A; Foos; 7J1 S. 9th S. Goshen, Indiana, TVi" tYrv.r!nnrn tf Mnt'-,f-i'K(tnd r.i a trying one to most woJAt-n and msrka iuiiattd that the governor was right uiain'cuy pa tkh n m wieir i.vuh. j m an comenuon. tne wo-.nan i & liUiwtcd hi !,i.:)aii.l o understands how to propst'Iy care for herself. Every woman r-.t this time should rely ; upon "Lydla K. Finkham's Vegetable Compound, a most valuOble tonic and invigcratcr of the female organism, ' - In many homes once childless there are now children because of the fact that Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound makes women normal, healthy and strong and this good old fashioned root and herb remedy con tains no narcotics or harmful drugs, King George Heads Novel Help Plan LONDON. (By Mail.) King George is to be the actual head of the moat ambjtious and . practical scheme yet devised to perpetuate the memory of those who fell in the war It will take the form of the palace of help for the living. The hadquarters of the new me morial , is a magnificent building within a stone's throw of the House of Commons. It is to be known as the King's House, and the King him self will actually direct the activl ties of .this enterprise. , The King's House is intended to be the haven of any jnan who served the Empire a bureau where he will be able to obtain advice and assistance on any matter, financial,1 vocational health, legal, or any other of those the ex-service man. It fs to be run on purely business lines and will in no way resemble charity. The King's, House was originally the gift of one man as a thank offer ing that hisNon!y son had come un. scathed through the great war. The nun cumiiicieu putumuniu vxi ins vvci.v home and died. This came as such a great blow to the father that the le gal formalities "'were never propevlj completed, but a body known ts the Imperial Lady Workers came to the rescue and' , carried the - scheme through. Tho women decided that the, most practical form of memorial to the dead was to hold out a help ing hand to their comrades who had rptiirnpd from tlnn firinir linn to facp the battle of beginning -again. v . ; a ,;, ;' ' '. MOSHEIM ' The Children's exercises the M. E. Church, Souh, were good and wore attended by a large crowd Sun day morning. Rev. E. H. Cassidy, P. E., of Morristown, held sacramental services Sunday nigh. Quarterly con ference is being held, today (Mon day , ' - Miss Jessie Gray, of ( , Chuckey, spent Sunday with Mrs. Mamie .Lee Goodin. 4 Mr. Dennis Wampler and family, of Knoxville are spending a few day here visiting. - Mr. John Renner and family, of Cleveland, are here for a few days ..mini ' iiiiiw urn ii 'i'i Calomel Dying Fast in South The conflicting views of the state officera has created great confusion in the county among ex-soldiers, many of them who havs paid their poll tax demanding that they be re funded. ' , . The decision of General Thompson precludes all possibility of a formar soldier voting without a poll tax re ceipt, but the governor's office Says differently. The governor has not advanced any theory as, to the man ner in which a former soldier may be identified by election officers but hit secretary declared over the telephone Saturday that this was a matter for the county election commissioners to sattle. Bartow Strang, county attorney of Hamilton, has rendered a decision to the effect that a soldier who was not in the state at the date of assess ment and who was" not listed and as sessed, cannot be forced to pay a poll tax for that year, but that unless he does pay same and any penalties ac cruing more tha thirty days prior to the election, he forfeits his right to vote. ' bi.en "Bayer package" which con tains proper directive ti relieve Headache, Toothache, . jSarache, Neu ralgia, Rheumatism, Cutis and Pain. Hardy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Druggists also sell latger "Buyer packages." .Aspirin is trade mark of Bayer Manufacture Mono aceticatdestor of Salicylicacid. - ' ' MYERS : There will be an ice cream supper at Mt. Pleasant next Saturday aft ernoon oemmencing at 5 o'clock. The your city, are visitors among rela tives here for a few days. Misses-Nora Smelser and Bonnie Bible spent Sunday the guests of Miss Gladys Brown. ' ' . Hon. John M. Henard and W. S Bible have recovered their usual good health. , Nearly all the hay croy has been harvested in this vicinity , Wheat threshing .will be in full swing here this and next week. Oh, yes, Tom Hull is a Teddy in our estimation, and we aren't by our-1 selves either. - We'll say more later, X. NO TOBACCO So easy to drop Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewiftff habit, LADY RIDES IN MOTORCYCLE RACE ; DENVER, Colo.,-July 26. Side cars for omtorcycles may have been made especially for women but there's you have a Lyon to contend ! no reason why members of the fair with well he is the king of beast. ! sex cannot jump into the saddle and Billey iRadery and family returned! ride solo, according to Mrs. Floyd Sunday from the mountains, where Clymer of Denver, Colorado. Mrs. they spent' three days visiting rela- Clymer proved that a woman could tives. , ! j ride as well as a man, when she start-. Your scribe and family spent one ed out on her own machine, with her night last week the guests of Her-j husband, for a 310 mile jaunt from No-To-Bac has helped thousands to break the costly, nerve-hattering to bacco habit. Whenever you have a j longing for a smoke or chew, juit i place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet in I your mouth instead.' All oVsire stops. .Shortly the habit is completely brok en, and you are better off mentally, pnysicauy, nnanciauy.' it s so easy, so simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac and if it doesn't release you from all craving of tobacco in any form, your druggist will refund your money with out question. No-To-Bac is made by the owner of Cascarets; therefor is thoroughly reliable. man Bible and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. 1 Denver to Dodge City, Iowa, for the Wright, of 300 mile national motorcycle cham pionship race on July 5. Mr. and Mrs. Climer both rode In dian scout machines, he first leg of the journey to Pueblo was reach ed in good time. The run to Dodge City was also made oi schedule time. Mrs. Clymer was the only woman mo torcyclist to "solo" such a distance to the Dodge City track. -1 W lii l THSS FREE- IfyouTnTcd.mdriiff.orifj'onrJiairiafallliiir ; ou , or ii you ,;iv.! u fc.J pot, you uliould Inlaw that legion of t''si)r.8 havj avrrcomn t nc-!"?- trubi,s rhrt.ug.i a (jniiuij Iniilnna' ' TtrM whirh- will ho r:ia:!.'l yuu free Hith a '-roi"f bust of thi wund'-rluily rfjirnfinuT p'n i wrt. KoUike, if you tind only 10 f(:t. (silver (twiw) to piythn coot of tai notiff, i. (!. Efitisia, W-381. iiiioa f.. ILw V, SOLD IN THIS CITY BY BOYD DRUG C, E. T. MILLER & CO., AND CENTRAL DRUG STORES, NOS. 1 AND 2. Constantinople is one of the world't worst paved largQ cities. ; Goose liver has been considered v dainty since early times. ,,, ? The boom of the Malay gone.waai long a mystery to Europeans. . . MOSHEIM ROUTE TWO "Dod's Liver . Tone" Is Taking the Place of Dangerous, i Sickening urug. You're bilious, sluggish, consti pated and believe you need vile, dan gerous calomel to start your liver and clean your bowels. , ' . Here's' Dodson's guarantee! Ask your druggist for a bottle of Dpcl'son'i Liver Tone and take a spoonful to night. If it docsa't start your live) and straighten you right up better than calomel and without griping or making you sick I want you to gt back to the store and get your money. Take calomel today and tomorrow you will feel weak and sick and nau seated. Don't lose a day's rk. Take n spoor ful of harmless, vege table Dodscn'a Liver Tone tonight and wake up feeling great. It's per fectly harmless, so give it to youi children any time. It can't salivate so let them at anything afterwards The farmers of this section havo been delayed with their work the past week, owipg tq the good rainfall. Sunday school was not very well attended Sunday, "on account of the j vain;; , ' ' . Mr. I. D. Butler and Mrs. Lelia i Rudder and children spent bunday at Pilot Knob. " Mr. Tivis McDonald has been put ting up hay this week. - Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Will Wamp ler, "July 11th, a daughter. ' Mr, W. A. Moore visited his moth er, near Marvin, Thursday. Mr. Minnis Self motored to Greene ville Thursday. " : Mrs. W" .B. Patton spent the day with Mrs. L. L. Wampler. Mr. T. A. Self is very feeble at this time. Mrs. Charley. Hendry, of Mosheim called on 'her parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. A. Self, Tuesday. ' Crops in this locality are looking tine at present Mrs. A." G. Rollins, of Knoxville; has kbeen visiting friends and rela tives the past week. " i zMisaes Nellie Moore and Grace Pat ton spent; Thursday night with , Mrs. J. B. Kimery. Mr. 'Minnis Self and family spent Sunday with Mrs. W. B. Pattoji. PEACHES AND CREAM. vacation. -Mrs. Delia Goodin and Mrs. Geor gia Green and chi'drsn dined with Mr. Nick Myers ami family Sunday, j Dr. T. D. Cioyd has completed the ; building of his bvuk kiln and will; soon begin the erection of hi3 new.; brick house. ! Mr. Clws. Kelton, who works in j Greeneville, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kel tcn. " Mr. Win, Reed says he can't get done planting corn. Mr. J. J. Kelley.X of near Greene ville spent Friday night here with his ! t,Utcr, Mrs. R. B. Hull. i A.IT .' .H' . iT" iul.- MV W to r- :.,"..Si1tiU (iVfttfyir") .5tr'-, I r I I f!'. OU hedr a good deal of discussion nowadays over , future of pneumatics in motor truck transportatiori. More truck owners would be able to apprpcxh ths question intelligently perhaps, if the facts about pneumatic truck tires were only a littlehetter known; The first pneumatic truck tire: ere- ; ated by anyone was given to the public by The United States Rubber Company K in 1911, and the: U. S. Nobby Cord is today first among pneumatic truck tires. - Designed, 3 built Band sold ;t to meet the i needs of motor truckf owners everywhere and fori no other purposes If you are interestedin pneumatic truck tires come in and let us give you a few more facts. WdHbelieves'. you will be interested in what we have to tell you. .1 0 ! n ft GREENE COUNTY MOTOR CO.1