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SHE KEPT THEM ON THE JOB I STAUBS THEATRE Monday December 2, Matinee and Night THE WORLD'S GREATEST INSTITUTION E1IS HILL'S MUTCH' , 50 COMEDIANS--:SINGERS--DANCERS-:-50 SAXO SEXTETTE & 34 OTHERS. THE fiREAT AND ONLY GEO. WILSON DIRECT FROM. THE NEW YORK HIPPODROME Thursday Night Dec. S THF TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PIKE , From The Novel By John Fox Jr. As Produced At TV New Amsterdam Theat e New York -Louise Price in the rol?of June made world famous by Charlotte Walker - Saturday Dec. 7, Matinee & Night THE WORLDS WONDER y 1EI DREiS COME TRUE ' TUNEFUL TUNES GLORIOUS GIRLS WONDERFUL FUN The Brilliant Musical Show Of Youth. Greatest Dancing Show In Amenca Monday Night Dec- 9 f ' A PLAY OF TEMPEAMENT AND TEMPERA 1 UK.il FAIR AND WARMER : ' A JOY PLAY IN THREE BREEZES BEGINS WITH ZEPHYR AND ENDS WITH A WHIRLWIND THE RECORD BREALING MIRTH MALER. - IT'S ALWAYS FAI -,t A.-K Tr L TTJU'T WEATHER, WHEN GOOD KWMAJWS iui V " . ' NOT IN TOWN OFTEN? 7 '(Not handy to the bank? is your reason for not having a bank account? Or perhaps you are busy - , and feel that a trip to town will take too much tim and you keep putting off until "tomorrow" atsrting your bank account, add have found that "tomorrow" never comes. Why let such excuses keep you from getting tne ' benefit of a bank account? Uncle Sam bings our bank to you every mail box is a branch of our bank. Postage is cheaper than time, very ogten and you can Bank by Mail with absolute safety Open Saturday nights 6 to 8. We Pay 4 On Savings Accounts. THE H0LST0N NATIONAL BANK GAY STREET AND CLINCH AVE. MEMBKR FEDERAL RESIiRVE SYSTEM I.. 8 GOVERNMENT PROTECTION 1 J:'' OUR BOYS HOMEWARD BOUND First Units of the American Expedi tionary Forces to Return From Overseas. , - r Washington. First units of , the American expeditionary forces to re . . ... o oo ovnppted to turn irom oveiocao arrive in New York shortly. Genera March, Chief of Staff, announced that ' 382 officers and 6,614 men of the air service and other detachments traln ' ine in England now are homeward bound on the Minnekahda, Lapland DH-h iinra. The three , anu uira, ment means that the movement of the American troops now In England, the majority of whom are in air serjice . detachments, will continue steadily : until all of them, some 20,000, have re amed to this country. . . .:aui Tn Quit. l-iunq American' Army of Occupation.--Most of the Germans in the re inng army, the retreat of which the Amer . .... Miw!ir. have shown keen leans ait; iuiivi-.vDi eagerness on reaching German soil to return to men- and engage again in their civilian oc- cupatlons, according to Reports A movement the other way by Alsatians ' and Lorrainers who have been in the Germany army is in progress. Many of them have been released by the Germans or given passes by Soldiers ' and Sailors' Committees and have reached the American lines. TULILlAb HOLT AND MY R ILK HOLT t ti Hr.it ut. hi. vs. Lilias Holt et al State of Tennessee, In Chancery Court , tr' i M 1T9U7 . or rvnoi uumj. t hi this cause, it appearing fron. the return of the officer that the .je.lendants, Lilias Holt ' ana Myrtle -.-r .. I , , ri , nt tlin iTi-l TO of tlOll al" IlUll iraiuruhi ' - Tennesaee,. so that the ordinary process cannot be served upon tnem, h is ordered that said defendants appear u. ronoorv O.nrt: At Knox- UCIU1C WIC vjnw.imw.-j Y ..:n.. Troaa r.n M hp.rnre the IS' vine, iwmcaovv, v w Monday of January next, and make defense to sam pin, oi wc "" be taken for confessed and setf oi wtice will be published ui the Knox nlle Independent for foi r consecutive Green. & Webb Sols. Nov 30 Dec 1 H 21 1918 PROVED SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY Voluntary Basis of Food Saving Showed Heart of Amenca 'Beat True for Freedom. SAVE 1 6,000,000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT THAT FORMERLY WAS LOST IN THRESHING Farmers, Urged by Food Admlnistra tion, Provide Seven Extra Loaves of Bread for Every American. Crozier Resigns, Boston.-Major General William Crozier. commander of vthe Depart- w ;. xr.tv,on- nnd former roent oi mi - chief of ordnance, announced that he had resigned from the army and that the resignation nau uecu ay., fective January x. - ed a month's leave of absence, begin ning December 1. After ,42 years of ' hard work in the army General Cro zier said be felt he was entitled to a rest, and he did not contemplate ?oing into private business. ' rri,a enrfne drivers' strike in Soutt . ...t it. nl Wales coliapsea wiui mo "" -the military. Several regiments wen sent to Cardiff as well as to East Lon don. The soldiers, many of them vet erans from France, arrived ready foi business. The crowds cheered then and the strikers were completers cowed. The strike on the North Lon don line also collapsed. Women gas and electric meter read ers are to be employed by the Alll- i-i . Dnwor fin. nf Alliance, Pa. once wuo . ... . . ,x nnr.miT,PBri. A few will be pul 11 wan , to work and if they make good, all meter readers will be women. Th Morgan Engineering Go. is employlns girls for the first time as messengers In the interworks service the companj maintains. They are furnished nni "egular farm wage scale to pro--posed in Colorado, ranging from $50 to $00 for permanent help. Three thousand six hundred women are now employed on the Great East- TO HARRY V. CATLIN Beatrice E. Catlin vs. Harry V. Catlin ... TV. It t .h'ill'-'t"' state " ",ur"T : , oV.fi Court of Knox County. No U3t in mis causr. lu ay"""r the bill flled.. whu,h is sworn to tha tie fteienanm nany v. i,n,n and cannot be as- resiaenut i uuM.u.,.. :- a r,nn rli cpnt inauirv. so tuar ue oiailiuiy pruucOH .erved upon him. it is ordered thai .aid defendant appear before tb nrt nt Knoxville. Tenaes e. on or before the first Monday of .Tn " next and man letense - . . 211 -i?An Tll -ill, or tne same win u m a ami ha naiisn t lot hear ing ei parte a to mm. will be published in the Knoxville In iMw-ndmit for four uucestve weekf This 29th day of -Nov. 191& J C. FORD. Clerk & Master Moore, Sol. -Nov. 30 Deo. 1.U21 191 ' I. N. Kecommendations for increases to iiltchener t from $50 to Passaic (N. J.) wood wanted a third wage increase to work ers amounting to $500,000 a year. " Subordinate typographical unions and individual members have taken $2,000,000 worth of Liberty bonds. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE TO M s, HENRIETTA M, KIRKSEY, ELLA U PAYNE, 1AMES BOGLE, E. G. YOUNG mora' F. ASH. J. VV. R CH AR DSON, EMMA HART WID OW OF JOHN HAR r, N V1L. TOP H AR T PAUL D. HAPT A W - ' H CL -Y.H AT.MARlfc. HARi MORRIS, A D E. M, L. ENGLE "State of Tennessee, for use of th City of Knoxville vs. J. i- oronns. at al State of Tennessee, In Circuit Court . m.i hloh awnm t.O. tHfl.L the defendant s Mrs. Henrietta M. Kirk sev, KUa U. rayne, judio bu. ace Cash. J, W, Kicharason. r,. - " f Ttin Wort- K VlC- tor Hart. 'Paul D. Hart. H. Clay Hart, Marie Hart M'rris, and E. M. L. tin gle, are non-residents of Tennessee, so go that tne ordinary piuucoo k be served upon them it U ordered that said aeieuuam-ayi"' .v . - n: : rnt o Knoxville me virtue . ,i - Tennessee, on or neiore me Monday 01 January, urt defense to said bill, or the same will To the voluntary service and sacri fice of the American, people must be attributed the continued health, strength and morale of the Allied ar mies and the civil populace iu or.ii.it nf service and sac- -' -rirvrxsa TTi.irnno's fine in the rmce win uriu months to come.; In the past year we have carried out an export P1-0'"; the magnitude oi wmeu w a.n.v-- vond comprehension. But with, the ,T . n hotra PniTflP. Willi new (temanus umi the liberaUon or nations German oppression, our exports must be almost doubled. Instead of 11,8-0,- 000 tons, we must snip tons of food to jfiurope.iu. uie - vearas mucn as --.ui , through our ports. . If the Allies had not been fefl by America, it would have been impos Sffor them to maintain their de fense against Germany. . Meeting this world need on a purely, voluntary basis,' the American people have conclusively proved that democ racy Is a Success ana that m time of need it will rise to its own defense. If there were no other accomplish ment to its credit the very fact that it "leu . lt. t-tv. nf ripmocracy has shown uie bib- has in Itself more tnuu ju"u- existence of the Food Admin .stration In the eyes or tne woi u , Less than lour niuuwo u United States declared war the United States Food Administrator expressed hs determination to meet Americas 51 problem on a basis of volun ary action and reiterateu ma that awakened democracy would prove irresistible. ',' M., Many thinking w r n itanrl TnP WllUlt? rwi Mr. noovei, v have been watching anxiously the last four months in tne ieui ." f cratic America couiu uui uieu..i meet autocratic Germany. -Germany has been confident that it could not be done. Contrary prooi. ....-- at our door, and our peoy.e ready demonstrated their ability to mobilize, organize, endure and prepare . .-..n r,i offlnipntlv in many di- voiuniamj on" . - .. . j tho mere word Of rections nuu , , . inspiration aside from the remarkable assemblage of our Army and finances. The history of the Food Administra tion has clearly shown that the trust of those who put their faith in democ racy has not been misplaced. By adopting cleaner threshing meth ods and by literally combing harvest fields to gather grain formerly wast- ,1 .mara nf ine id,, tliresnermen mm - - United States this year saved fully Q 000 000 bushels of wheat, estimated no'0n,.ivnienttoabout seven one-pound loaves of bread tor.CTeryjerwmln bv corrcponding savings oats rye and other grains, is shown by reports from 33 grain states to the U. S Food Aciminisiraudn. , "V although not prepared to furnish definite- figures of conservation in the grain - hems, repon naj iiarvest losses. J This rural food saving achievement, accomplished in scarcely six months time, .was in direct response to re .A. u i rnnii Adiiiinistration, Quests v- which asked farmers and threshennen to reduce harvest tosses - SVa. per cent. the estiniuieu a.n ' . .. 1. Unroot nflflS- in normal times to i"i": ble minimum. Country grain thresh ing committees carried into every grain growing community the official r ,ihs for accomplishing reLuiiniii'"Li"" , the results desired. In numerous ? instances drivers of racks with leaky bottoms were sent from the fields to repair their equip- j. a ontiv hnd order thresh: mem au uoim., ing machines were stopped until the cause' of waste was removed. But In proportion to the number of persons .. -i, s notion's crnin engagea in gauierms i . nnmmiiKion were corn- crop, fUCB Ul . ti,...i - Tii Pood Adnnnis- parauveij; iaiy. tration freely attributes the success of the craln threshing cumiiuis" i ! f w f., thresher- triotlC Bervire "jr . . j i.ui- dwi' Tnnidentall.v men anu men eraln growers of the United States are many millions 01 unw as a result ot tne gram WUDUr U nwawn O" tSfutfior of Tour Hag and My Flag" Who tuhi. W. to th. ArilUng ta0W1 " my 6s;h" nf Rham. A health to the fightir ig " 7 Uncle Sarr : And asks no halt SSjffijSS; be promise to his ears a natin'SChCCrS- I A health to the fighting man II 3- To hold him right as a and the saber flashes I when the bugle sings and the bullet rings ana xuo ! bright, craved to euard Mm in the fight? ISftSb tKSS Und ftart yeamtag for the clasp. fOopyrlsht. 1U. by W. D. Ne.WW tou...::... ' . - -zrzz " : 1 I I 1 1 1 endations lor increases to lcause set for hearing ex parte a 'to lo $150 a year. successive weeks . This 26th day of Dec iw Fred E. Cm ter. Clerk.nircuit Oour Nov. 30 Dec. 7 14 21 1918 ' ,j ''y ..." 0 Seal us your Job prtntln t j-;iT"Prinir nt Fair Pi-ices. Subscribe for the Knorvllle independent. 11 to he NO ONE SUFFERED HERE. rm.- .,toi nnr voluntary food- XUtJ umx 1 u- . v,0 m-A "srettmg re- saving, now " , ., ,. iut- r,. nna ever actually suits, 18 iu -w suffered any hardship from it, tha we all are better in healtn and spirit and better satisnea wuu uu."v - cause of our f riencuy Ben-ucu.a... ' . 1. 1 in Amoripn bpld the Fooa com 1 01 iu . . it.,H3 otnoilv. nrpventeo vicious speculation and extortion and -. j. n..miYT at tinmp. preserved iruimuwinj v . 1 ' , ninn ia thorp so wllline in no Oilier u" a sense of voluntary self-sacrifice as In America that was uuu " abstinence from wneau Find more wheat, it came; more . .. . ouftor it was don. porK, It came, " DUtJ , - -go Americans answered the challenge of German starvation. s , 1 "m tha now world as ! UOOQ Will - . fear governed the old world. Through sharing food America helps make the whole1 world kin. Food control made sufficiency from shortage, kept : the rem on --i gave the nations iuu .."-" else. . , -: -. t...-..;! hr Oermany challenged .. ,1. .A' fnr conservation in an uio wuu", - America answered tne cnaiieuse. . In AniPl'ft hafi .' 1100(1 cohbci been the triumph of Individual devo tion to the nauouui iuo. "MADE I AMEHICA" Now Is theTime! You know the European war has temporarily stopped the flow of foreign goods to this shore. Now is the time to learn to use "Made In America" articles. You don't have to buy any thing made outside of the United States. This coun try produces what you want or it soon will. When you buy at home you keep your money at home and not in the coffers of the European markets.