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Eat Aram Soon (By International News Service,) CINCINNATI, Ohio, Sept. 23." A "new face" ia a constant reminder that Sergeant Russell S. Rankin, Cin cinnati's firBt hero of the recent World War, experienced the horrors of the terrible conflict. It was fighting, near Soissons in the .great Aisne-Slarne drive that a stream of machine gnn gullets tore a hole in Rankin's right shoulder, nearly tear ing the arm off. Some of the ene my's bullets cat his neck, narrowly missing the Jugular vein, ripped out seventeen teeth and cut off his lower Jaw and half of his tongue. Another stream of bullets went through his left hand. , ' . He received first aid only after .walking back three .and a half miles. Nearly dying fijpm thirst and loss of blood, Rankin could 'not swallow food nor drink for five days. After being fed fluids through his nose, he miraculously-recovered. . .The remains of his shattered Jaw were sewed back in place, pieces of bone were removed from his leg and transplanted in his Jaw, strips of skin and flesh were cut off his chest, turn ed up. and, without being completely severed from Jis chest, were grown onto the , lower part of his face, forming a new Jaw. Rankin's "new face" ha sheen more than a year in the making. Dr, Wil Jiam T, Coughlin, St. John's Hospital, St. Louis, did the work. Spending over two. years in hospi tals in France, New York and St. Louis,' Rankin underwent twenty-two important operations, in addition to much dental work. Dr. Coughlin is yet to perform three major, opera tions on Rankin, who expects to re turn to St. Louis after visiting his mother at Cynthia, Ky. "I have not chewed a bite of food for more tha ntwo years living on fluids, but Dr. Coughlin is going to implant more bone in my Jaw, ad just a set of false teeth, and then I will be able to bite into a beefsteak once more," said Rankin. "That will be grand !" 7T -; WOMAN CAN VOTE SO SMOKES CICAR (Intcrnr.tial News Service.) LEWISTON, Me., Sept. 23. v This is a suffrage story. " A woman aged about 75, walked into' a, local drug store. She said to the clerk: ,, . S'CAvs me a good cigar,'' Next she asked for a light." To a query from t!ic amazed drug 'clerk the woman said: "Twenty years ago I vowed that if I had the chance to vote I would smoke a igar. Now I 'am going to do it if it kills me." . She walked out of the store puffing the cigar. IiKiiDut lemi CSTMD Frea Public Clinics Being Established In Many Cities for the Osteopathic Treatment of th Poor. The, largest room without columns is said to be in ft solid concrete build ing of the mosque in Lucknow, India. It is 162 feet long, 54 feet wide and 53 feet high. T The timber mould was left a year for the concrete to set and the building, 125 years old, is still unimpaired.: . Throngs Gaze at - Sign Olive Thomas r (By International News Service.) NEW YORK, Sept. 22. With the terrible death tragedy of Olive Thom as, American motion picture. star still fresh in their minds, Broadway's gay throngs in the Longacre Square dis' trict gazed spellbound at a large electric sign high above the street which could be seen for many blocks, There, in white glittering letters in the centre of the sign was the name "Olive Thomas," flashing the same as usual, although the motion picture star was dead, a victim, of accidental poisoning. Hundreds stopped along the street and watched the sign as though they expected its bright let ters to fade away and go out like the life of the beautiful girl of the "mov ies." , But the sign continued to flash long after v the theatre and cabaret crowds had departed. ' Maude Moore Not Found SINGING CONVENTION ON Saturday, Sept. 25th GREENE COUNTY YOUNG PEOPLES' SINGING CONVENTION . , Will Meet 'At UNION TEMPLE As this is the last Conven tion thisv year, every choir in the County is requested to be present C. M. JOHNSON, Pres. CHAS. McNEESE, V-Pres. S. A. GABY, $ec. Sept. 9, 16, 23. ' KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 23.- Sheriff W. T. Cate has returned to Knoxville after going to Trenton in West Tennessee, in response to a tel egram stating that a woman fitting the description of Maude Moore was held pending a visit by Sheriff Cate. Maude Moore is still at large, the sheriff .said,' for the woman held at Trenton was not the one" wanted here. Maude Moore was convicted in a first trial and sentenced to twenty-one years in the state penitentiary but was to be given a second trial had she not escaped in August before the trial took place. She has not been hoard from since though traces , were thought to Have been found in De troit and other cities , " The Trenton .suspect, -the sheriff said, closely resembled Maude Moore but was not the woman convicted of murdering Leroy D. Hath here sever al months ago. KING OF SIAM SENDS YOUTHS HERE (By International News" Service.) SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 23. His excellency the King of Ciam'f educational commissioner, who will have charge of the education in this country of future Siamese citizens is Phya Medha, recent arrival here, who is no won his way to , Washington, D. The Siamese Government is send ing out a large number of the youths to be educated. The Government pays .for the education, and Phya ' ml - m - - . t U.'Uj A , V ' 1 , I , , 1 ... 1 1 V U VI V U W 1 , V , 1 V .vatcssaa?! Washington will supervise the work. I dnvra taoA eiTA o riin for. A XT tnm rfn, ' '"3 Save feed and get your hog3 read? for can save fully one third your feed, making it possible to feed every third hog free by feeding rr.Uholhw At 2c a Gallon Ililkoline has a base of pasteurized and sterilized, modified Buttermilk. It is guaranteed not to con tain any sulphuric acid or anything of an injurious nature to nogs or poultry. Mda Digestion: SfssS! ensful boff ni"r from New YcrV: to Cr-!i-1 ornia durfnjr Uiu pintitCTTiyftira havo prurbj that Milkolin htljw and auusta dieejticn, -ndlna to insure perfect assimilation of feed. It help, tan up the system o that hosfl are Jti. subject todiaeaae, and practically Insures t alna of ZVt pounds per head per day. University Tested fifftsS .-hHa Ass't Prof. 9t ,Wrf Husbandry at 1 iiwwnri UnWereity conducted ecientirto test rn kiiikol!n and found that MUkolino fed hoira rut on mora weight and ahowd tUiittiora rroflt than hops not fed SHikojina. W. H. Oraham a racccsafu) fpedr of Middletown, Mok. aaid t30 worth of Milkollna mad him an r.ttraprofUof (120. Jackson of W rpln 1 alia. N. Y, aer MUkolina.Oxcd up a bunch of ajoata to fineityla and U (mt for brood iows MiT a fpUBH teed not to rot, aour mould. It will keep Indefinitely in any e hnata. File do not Coma nr it. It is snym woiform, and ia ftiarantiwd to tout o45-oaoor itdoeaatcoatyoa anythiag.. -Distributed by- KAISER BROS. 2c a Gallon SJffis: dmsed form, and yon da the diluting on your t"Pn farm. Whan f rd aa directed Milholina ir..xtnra (on part MUkolin to Mparta water frsal) cofltsonlyZcaB-allon. rultfaading di rectifies frs It ia ahtppad in eonvanlmt kir and barreh which we aupply froa. Tha rrKP ar aa follows: 6 gnl tT.60; 10 ar.l. flS.60; IS ral. $16.50; B2 (raL $32.00: 6S ral. iBM. It pxyt to buy In barrel lots beeauaa you aavc 6tc a giL over the b gal quantities. 30 Bay Guaranteed Tf if T" I fo ordering any " quantity of MilkoUna today. Feed ene ha if tha shipment to jtror bora and poultry In a thirty day test, then if yen aren't entirely satisfied! return tha unused part tons at our expense and we'll immedi ately refund every cent yon paid na. Wa are so confident that you will find llilkolina the beet money taster en the farm that the S. W. Boulevard Bank of Kanraa Oty sub Uhllatoethiaeffefv Voa are the sole udir Send money order, or chock, to ea or our nearrct dealer and we w!Q ahin bhfcwliately. Our booklet. "Bow to Hustle tieevy Horn to tiarket" wit be tent flea 93 TOUtSt Jur came oa a card Will da. 4 : Knoxville, Tennessee A country-wide crusade for better health baa Just ' been Btarted by the .American Osteopathic Association. Free public clinics are belna estab lished in cities in All the states for -the 1 8teoiaUuc. treatment of the poor. Free lectures on the prevention of disease tire being given in various community tenters. "Better Babies" conferences are being beld by tne women - osteo pathic physicians tor the benefit of mothers and Infants. V Osteopathic hospitals hare been built in several cities recently and a niimber of others are projected for the immediate future. The osteopathic ' colleges : report a large increase in the number of matric ulants, enlargement of faculties, and a still Higher standard' of entrance and curriculum requirements. " Great industrial plants, mills,, facto ries, and large commercial houses are installing osteopathic departments for tha pTirposo. of keeping their work ers nt, aecreaslng absences due to sick. ness and Increasing the output by rais ing tne physical efficiency. Several railroad companies have also added os teopathic specialists to their staff of Physicians who restore injured employ ees to active service, J Accident insurance companies have discovered that injured . men whom they '(are for undr the W orkmen's Compensation Act and employers' lia bility contracts are In many cases re turned to wage earning very much sooner , under osteopathic treatment than heretofore. -This has resulted in a number of the greatest , insurance companies installing osteopathic spe cialists in their offices in various cities to care for these cases. ' Laws regulating the practice of os teopathy have now been passed In ev ery state In the Unln. This means that osteopathy Is now standardized and regulated by law in a manner anal ugous to that by which1 the practice of medicine is controlled. Unqualified, incompetent and illegal practitioners of osteopathy are therefore now barred from practice by law and the public Is Just as well protected from injury by unqualified osteopaths as it is saved from harm by unregistered medical .lectors. No osteopath can practice In .any state in tne union now without Do ing legally registered by the state. Educatlcnal standards in osteopathic colleges have been ralBed to the level of; medical standards and are enforced most rigidly. There are only sven osteopathic colleges in the world, and they are all members of tbe Associat ed Colleges of Osteopathy. This organ ization compels absolute uniformity of emrance requirements ana a minimum curriculum of study" hours and sub jects equal to that of medical schools. The length of the course of study in osteopathic colleges is four years and mo ' person - can water without a high Rcbool education. These colleges are located in Chicago, Philadelphia, Bos ton, Kansas City, Des Moines, Kirks vilre, Mo., and Los Angeles. Large general surgical and obstetri cal hospitals are maintained in con junction with osteopathic colleges, the largest being in hirksville, Chicago, Ilea Moines, and Philadelphia. It Is only a matter of time when hospitals will be added to the equipment of the other colleges. ; 1 Osteopathic colleges are chartered educational institutions, authorized by the states to confer degrees. They are hot conducted for the purpose of profit, but entirely from the - educational standpoint , ' Oste pathy, then. is. a school or prac tice, tbe badic principle of which is the mechanical adjustment of the body. This is so simnle that it is difficult to Bee why there should be any misunder standing regarding It. Osteopaths are mechanical physicians, .or mechani cians of the human body. As the spine is the central support of :, the structure of the body tod as it con tains the spinal cord. which is the mam cable of nerves -extending , from the brain through the whole length of the trunk, the adjustment of the spine is necessarily the most Important part 0! the work of the osteopath. Surgery be In mechanical, 'is of course embraced within the scope of osteopathy al though ody adjustment by the hands of the osteopath saves the patient from a very large percentage of avoidable oparatiofTs. Nothing which is scientifically true regarding tha human body as taught by the older schools of practice is de nied In the teachings of osteopathy. Osteopnthy l3not a system of negation, of attack or critioism of other schools cf practice, t is not destructive. It is constructive. There are plenty of isects am cults based primarily upon denial or denunciation of others. Os teopathy is not of these. There is no instrument of precision used in diag nosis in the old schools, which is not utilized by the osteopaths. Osteopathy Is neessflrlly -basexl upon anatomy, physiology, chemistry and the other fundamental sciences underlying . all teaching of the art of healing. These cclr-tirM all existed within the medical fold 'before osteopathy was born. While it Is true that nothing which has been proven to be scientifically correct is denied in the tenets of oste opathylt is also true that the mechan ical adjustment of the body Is sueh a natural procedure and brings about curb, remarkable results, that the oste opath has no need for the administra tion of drug internally for the treat ment of disease. potter's Materia Medlca says that there is no statement more scientifical ly nveven than the one that the human body contains within itaelf every snb stince necessary for the treatment of d"se. With such an admission by an author'ty on drugs, the osteopath has need to look elsewhere for his reme dies The next proposition Is hew to make these substances available. Sci ence teaches that the body is the most perfrct machine known. Hence ste-or-athy concludes that a perfect Eia eh !ne with all the substances necessary present. ne?di only perfect adjustment in order to maintain perfect tnnctioav ins, which is health. Dodson Sounds j Confiscated Still Calomel's Doom' for High School The 'Liver Tone" Man Warns Folks Aff&uut the Sickening, Salivating Drug, SAY "DIAIMD DYE5 Dca't itmk er ruin rmxr material fi a poor dye. Insist oa Diwnoad Dye. v. Kaiw n MM.ioni ail mwKFw imitiurm. . Ugh! Calomel makes you tick. It's horrible!, Take a dose of the dan gerous drug tonight and tomorrow Voulose a day. ? v i Calomel is mercury! When it somes into contact with sour bile, it schools, requested W. D. Downer, a (By International News Service.) STEUBENVILLE, Ohio, Sept. 22. -A still is to be placed in the high school building here. . j What is more the police knowj about it. But no arrests are contemplated. R. L.Ervin, superintendent of rashes into it, breaking it up. Then s when you feel that awful nausea tnd crampipg. , If you are sluggish, .' liver is torpid and bowels consti ated or you have headache, dizzi ( sb, coated tongue, If breath is bad r stomach sour. Just try a spoonful if harmless Dodson's Liver Tone to- ght. : . Here's my guarantee Go to any I rug store and get a bottle of Dod- on's Liver Tone for a few 'ake a spoonful a'nd if it doesn't traighten you right up and make you 'eel fine and vigorous, go back to the tore Liii get your money. Dodson's Jver Tone is destroying the sale of alomel because it can not salivate or nake yo usick. '';' : ;;; CONDUCTOR WITH CHERRY GREETING Justice of the Peace, to donate to the school one of the stills which are being confiscated in Jefferson Coun ty almost at the rate of one each day. '-. " ;s ;. 'v : Superintendent Ervin explained that the high school chemistry la boratory is badly in need of a still, It is the practice to junk the cap tured stills. Justice Downer, how ever, promised to comply with Super- cents, i intendent Ervin s request. 113, RATTLESNAKES KILLED BY TRAPPER GIRLS! LEMONS BLEACH; WHITEN Make Lemon Lotion to Dcutla ' 1 Beauty of Your Skin , (By International' News Service.) CINCINNATI, Ohio, Sept. 23. Sere's a tip fro ma preacher on how street car companies may obtain ten times their pre-war prices. Rev. Dr. Willia mF. Anderson, res ident Bishbp1 of the Methodist Epis copal Church, has made the tip public- ' ' - He says that on one or the other of two' street cars on which he rides al most invariably to his home here are two types of conductors. One responds to the bishop's "good morning" with a grunt, giving the im pression that the world is full of srloom. . i Real joy, however, comes from a ide on the other conductor's car. ' , Bishop Anderson said that, in an- iuror in hi wrAPtinc. riaolr enmpa n "good morning" from the conductor that is infectious in its good cheer.; This coi;ductor, too, tells his passen- gers something interesting and asks them how they are getting along, j "It's worth four times the regular!, fare to ride on that man's car," de-i clared Bishop Anderson. . It (By International News Service.) PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 23. -Rati ties from 113 ratlesnakes killed by one man this Summer form the let tering on a belt which is the latest acquisition of the United States Bio logical Survey office here. "Compli- Squeeze the juice of two lemons into bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White which can be had at any drug store, shake well andyou have a quarter pint of harmless and delightful ; lemon bleach for a few cents. ' Massage this sweetly fragrant lo tion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day, then shortly note the beauty of your skin. Famous stage beauties use lemon juice to bleach and bring that soft, clear, rosy-white complexion. Lem ons have always been used as freckle, sunburn and tan remover. Make this up and try it.i POLICE FORCE RESIGNED v (By International News Service.) ALLIANCE, ' Sept. 23. The Alli ance police force, which resigned sev- ments of R. C. Fulkerson, 1920." is eral weeks ago after having been re the wording formed by the rattles, fused a raise In pay, has been re Fulkerson is a coyote hunter near placed by new men, according to Ormond," Washington, near Wenat-, Chief of Police J. A. Elliott. Ten chee. He killed the rattles while at- j men have been employed. Others tending to his trapping! . j are said to be on the waiting list. THE MORRISTOWN-HAMBLEN COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD THEIR 14TH ANNUAL FAIR SEPT. 29, 30; OCT. 1,P20 All Tennesseans are invited to come, and bring their Exhibits, and help as make this the best Fair we have ever held. Hamblen and adjoining Counties are especially invited to bring their Community Exhibits, and show the great improvement in agricultural products in East Tennessee. There will be Exhibits, Races, Music, Amusements and Aeroplane Stunts for the instruction of all. For information and Catalog, write BALDWIN HARLE, Pres., or R. F. TAYLOR, Sec, Morristqwn, Tennessee. ITnl Cap A miff FARM AND MILL At Jeraldstown, 18 miles of G reeneviile; 16 miles of Kings port; on best pike in Greene county and on main highway leading from Greeneville to that fast growing little town, Kingsport. Property now owned by B H. Williams, sub divided and will be sold AT AUCTION J liiraa MI 10:00 A. M. RAIN OR SHINE THIS FARM CONTAINS 140 ACRES OF FINE CORN, WHEAT, TOBACCO AND GRASS LAND; 40 ACRES OF VIRGIN TIMBER WHITE OAK AND YELLOW poplar. .; ' . , r IMPROVEMENTS One large ten-room residence, new barn, 60x90; water in bath' bouse and barn; large store-house near residence; tenant house, and other out houses. MILL -In good running condition; water piwer; good custom a paying proposition. Now, if you are looking for property that pays large dividends, that is enhancing in ralue, near schools, chuf hes, and on piks road, close to market for the products of the farm and mill, you caunot afford to miis this sale. t TERMS 1-3 Cash; Balance Due in One and Two Years i'ALE CONDUCTED BY Wf L. Bewley Realty & Auction Co. GREENEVILLE, TENNESSEE COL J. A. RUSH, Auctioneer