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The Greeneville Daily Sun, Monday April 15, 1918. .
' m it' THREE TAKE HOME v With You To-night A Two-pound Box Of Pure New England Stick Candy ASSORTED FLAVORS B In Sealed Wooden Box 50c A BOX Central Drug Co. Dr. W. M. Ramsey is arranging to move "his family this week from Tus- clum to Jonesboro. Our citizens will regret to learn that we are to lose these good people. Over one thousand pairs of ladies , men's and children's slippers going at about 50c on the dollar at Vann Bros. Bis Store just across the street from their old stand. GREENEVILLE AND VICINITY LOCAL and PERSONAL Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Grif fits, of Sidney, Ohio, on April 11th, a son, Emmett Edison Griffits, Jr. Mrs. Griffits is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Williams, who reside in south Greeneville. Mr. Jay Milligan spent Sunday in Bristol. Mr. Frank Williams spent Sunday at Bridgeport. -'.'! Col. D. A. Smith, of Baileyton, is a visitor in town today. , Ladies house dresses and up at Vann Bros. : : Ernest Susong was a Johnson City Sunday. one dollar visitor in Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W.Allen went to White Pine Sunday, where they spoke in the interest of the Red Cross work. . Mr. H. R. Mead and son left today for Virginia, where they will spend six weeks in the interest of the Brown Mfg. Co. rMs, Clyde Austin was a visitor in Knoxville the past week. Hon. Samuel H. Thompson is here from Bristol on business. Milton Haun, of Mohawk, was a visitor in the city yesterday. If you want to sell your store, see Troy Vann. He pays the cash. . Misses Grace and Mabel Hawkins were shopping in Knoxville Saturday, Mr. and Mrs; A. D. Kiser left today for a week's motor trip through Vir ginia. , Dr. M. P. Everhart, of Warrens- burg, spen some time in Greeneville Sunday. ,...' Miss Anna Turley, of Morristown, spent the week-end the guest of Mrs Dana Harmon. Overalls, the best grade, Indigo ;Uue verv heavy. Vann. Bros, sell them for $1.75. See those pretty ladies' and child ren's hats at Vann Bros. They can save you money. ; Miss Frances King, of Chuckey, was the guest of her uncle, Mr. T. N, King, yesterday. ' Mr. Luke Lyon after spending a few days with homefolks, returned to Knoxville Saturday. : A beautiful line of spring coats and coat suits in the latest styles. Prices are right at Vann Bros. Mr. John McDonald is moving his family into the Hill property, corner of Main and Church streets. Don't buy anything till you see Troy, at Varan Bros, big store. In the Waddell & Bird building. Big shipment of ladies', men's and children's canvas high-cut shoes and slippers, just arrived at Vann Bros. RJrs. George C. .Taylor and children left on No. 41 Monday to visit Mrs. Taylor'8 parents, at Birmingham, Ala. Vann Bros, have a mammoth stock ... . v . . . and, believe me, it is Dougnt ngnt. Nobody can touch their prcies. Troy. ' See E GROCERY MIMES YOUR BUSINESS T mi ii in in - - , Mr. Chas. Simpson has moved his family to Greeneville. They occupy the Willis Stines cottage, on West Church street. Mr. Perry Waddle was called from Greenville, S. C, Saturday on ac count of the death of his father, Mr. Francis Waddle. If you need a show case, a cheese cutter, a cheese case, a refrigerator, a soda fountain, large or small; or anything it takes to make up a good store, see Troy, at Vann Bros, big store. He will save you money. Mr. Henry Payne, of route 11, am enthusiastic Daily Sun booster, gave us five subscriptions to the pa per while transacting . business here Monday. He tells us that everyone in his section of the county likes the a paper. Dr. E. T. Miller returned this morn ing from a visit with his sister, Mrs. W. W. Blackburn of Jeffersop county. Mrs. Blackburn has been very low with pneumonia fever and had all her children with her, but is reported out of danger now. ' Messrs. J. H. McAmis, C. A. Broth erton, Dock Morrison and P. C. Gib son were visitors in the city yesterday from Baileyton. Mrs. Dr. Maynard Taylor returned home from Knoxville the past' week, after a plasant visit with her sister, Mrs. Henry Trent. Mr. W. M. Brown, representing the Union Central Life Insurance Co.'s loan department, was here from Knox ville Monday morning. The many friends of Mrs. Tom Brabson will be glad to know she was able to be removed to her home Sat urday from the local hospital. Dr. Robert Yost filled the pulpit at the Second (Presbyterian church in Knoxville Sunday evening. His sub ject was, "Patriotic Service." Miss Julia Brabson will leave to morrow for Chattanooga, where she will act as brides maid in the Jerni-gan-Colyer wedding, on the 27th. , Mr. Claud i Parmon has returned from Knoxville, where he went to drive home some more new cars, the famous Hudson and Maxwell cars. L DO YOU WANT TO BUY A BAR GAIN? If so, I have a $360.00 York Piano which is sold by Lynn Sheeley, of Morristown, Tenn. The parties who bought this piano have purchased a Keller & Sons' player from me and I will sell this York Piano at a bargain. The piano has not been used but very little. Write me at once, Box 294, Greeneville. wk46-4t. A. J. DRAPER. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. LaRue had as their guest Sunday, the Hon. William J, Bryan. As a part of their enter tainment they drove him to the home of Mr. N. C. Myers. Mr. Bryan is something of a farmer himself and is especially interested in thoroughbred cattle of the strain that Mr. Myers handles. He left Sunday on No. 3 for Asheville, where he has in course of construction an elegant home which he calculates to occupy six months of the year. REVIVAL SERVICES. A series of revival services will be gin at the M. E. Church, South, the first week in May. The meetings are to be conducted by Rev. Yankee. SCHEDULES CHANGE NEXT SUNDAY Mrs. A. J. Patterson will return to morrow from Savannah, Ga., where she has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Robt. Phinney for several weeks. Misses Julia and Margaret Russell, of Johnson City, spent the week-end here with their sisters, Mrs. W. W. Harmon and Miss Josephine Russell, But two trains will be effected in the change to take place on the Southern railway next Sunday. No. 4, which arrives here now at 7:55, will arrive at 7:37 a. m. No. 26, which arrives now at 10:35 a. m., will arrive at 9 :55. FOR SALE! FOR SALE! 1 1 j Cjiatch of Jiyk and .Accuracy THOSE re the two qualities you want in your watch and you feet them both, perfectly combined in an Extra Thin South Bend Chester field watch. Our own iperiRC In tellinft thM fine watches h convinced n thtt they offer the best val uet on the market. If you ielect Chesterfield you'll be . proud to show it in the moot' ielect company and iti Extra-Thinms in no way inter fere with iti dependable endur ing accuracy. Set the newest modelt which we have just placed on display. LANCASTER & COMPANY Auto Casing. Inner Tubes, Blowout' Patches. Tire "Do" Everything To Make You Get "There" .AT. W. R LOWRY & CO.'S New Form Blanks There is a new form blank for use of merchants and millers making dis tribution of flour and at the request of the administrator a number of them have been printed, and will be kept in stock, blanks for both mer chants and millers. The price is fifty cents per hundred. You will under stand that this new form does away with the old form you have been us ing and it is necessary that you have them if you supply your customers. SHOES Of All Descriptions Men's Hats, Boy's Suits, Work Pants Silks, Georgettes, Crepe de chines, Linens, Corsets, Laces, Ribbons, Etc. -At- Kenney, Carter & Crawford's "THE SATISFACTORY STORE" One Price To AH BRYANT'S REAL ESTATE CO. 3 Big Farm Sold This Week That Came Out in the Spring Iue. For Sale at once, virtually in town, 31, acres, with modern improvements and in fine state of cultivation, for only $6,500.00' 88 acres, 2 miles of town, for $7,500.00, 20 acres creek bottom, pike through the farm; good new 6 room house, 2 tenant houses, 3 small barns; creek and spring. 24 acres, 3 miles of town, pike road, 4 room house, saw timber, spring, for $2,500.00 Town prop erty of all kinds. See BRYANT. Mr. Carlyle Littleton, of the law firm of Littleton, Littleton and Lit tleton, of Chattanooga, was the guest of friends in the city the past week. The many friends of Mr. Harold ("Old Folks") McDannel, of Kings- port, will be interested to learn that he will leave on the 26th for training camp. Mr. Neal Gibson is here from train ing camp, spending a few days with Mrs. Gibson, who is making her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Kolley. Mr. Jeff Whitson has purchased the George Wright property, in Sunburst ark, and will remove his family to Greeneville, from Charleston, Tenn., during the present week. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDannel and little son, Wallace, Jr., of Kings port, arrived in the city yesterday af ternoon for a visit with Mr. McDan nel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McDannel. Mrs. Jno. Noell left Friday for At lanta, Ga., where she is visiting her Robert, who is stationed at son, Camp Gordon. Robert has received recently a commission as second lieutenant. Used Can At Bargain If Sold At Once. One 5-passenger Velie. One 5-passenger Chevrolet. One 5-passenger, 1916 model Ford, One 5-passenger Maxwell. One 5-passenger Overland. One 5-passenger Grant One 2-passenger 19lf model Ford. I also have the famous line of Hud son, Hupmobile and Maxwell cars. Have samples of these cars in. stock to show you, so don't hesitate to call on me at City Garage. New 'phone 311 at Garage, new 'phone 2062 at residence. CLOYD F. PARMAN. KODAK FINISHING WHICH WILL NOT FADE. , Our printing of Kodak Films is VERY different from some work we have seen by cut-rate finishers, and, in fact, not less than ten new custo mers of ours have noticed such a dif ference in our prints that they have asked, "WHY do you get such clean and snappy( prints?" Our answer is that we use the best paper we can get and of the proper grade for the par ticular film, then properly developed and THOROUGHLY WASHED so they will not fade or turn brown. Any size film roll developed free. Print pricesi 3 & 4c. Open lots to mail order customers. THE STERLING STUDIO, Sam Waddle, Proprietor. If the carrier on your route does not deliver your paper promptly every afternoon, telephone this of fice. We have both 'phones. It is our intention to give you good ser vice, however, you must remember the work is new to the little carrier boys and we ask that you be just as patient with them as possible. 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