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The Greeneville Daily Sua, Thursday April 19, 1918.
be THRIFTY ' lelp Yourself And at the Same Time Help your Government 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 Profit Sharing Plan Discount Your Bills BY TRADING AT THE Central Drug Stores And Help Win the Var THIS 0AHO IS WOBTH - When tlU card has been punched, showing; $$.00 haa been traded out, it will be exchanged for a 25c U. S. Government THIRFT, STAMP upon presentation at the store where the purchases have been made. Card will be punched only for CASH PURCHASES or PAYMENT ON ACCOUNT. It must be presented at the time payment is made. 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 25 25 25 25 25 25 GOOD AT BOTH Central Drug Stores Call For Cards Constable Ed Pickering has return ed from Illinois. ; Mr. A. G. Britton returned yester day from a busines strip to Knoxville. Capt. W. E.F. Milburn is here from the National Soldiers Home today. Hon. Newton C. Myers was a busi ness visitor in Johnson City Wednes day. ' Messrs. H. H. Thomas and'W. H. Kiser spent Wednesday night in John son City. Col. George W. Doughty returned yesterday from a stay of a few days on the Doughty farms, near Loudon. Mrs. H. F. LaRue and children, of Midway, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. S. B. LaRue, on Main street Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Brown, Jr., are spending the week with Mrs. Brown's relatives, near Russellville. Messrs. Clark Kiser and George Phillips returned Wednesday from a visit to Camp Sevier, Greeneville, S. C. ' Miss Lucy Armitage is expected home from New Mexico this , week, where she has been teaching the past year. . This is commencement day at Baileyton and quite a number of bur people are attending the closing exer cises. . Mr.' Dan Chambliss, member of the Kuhlmai-Chambliss Drug ,Co., Knox ville, is transacting business in Greeneville today. Mr. W. M. Knipp, one of ;Uie best known country merchants of , the county, located in the 18Ui 'istrict, is transacting business here today. . Mr. D. W. Williams spent Wednes day in Morristown looking.after some property for the Tennessee Land Company, local real estate organisa 1 BORDE OnOCERY fffilBHS iCillJliSSSj Mrs. Henry R. Snapp is suffering from injuries sustained in running a nail in her foot. She has been confin ed to her home as a result for the past week. The Hughes property, , on West Maple avenue, is in the hands of S. B. LaRue & Co. for sale at a bargain. There are a number of choice build ing lots on this tract. See these peo ple at once if interested. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kesterson, at Mosheim, on the 17th, twins, a son and daughter. Mr. Kes terson is now at Camp Sevier, having returned to camp yesterday morning after spending ten days' furlough at home. YOUNG DR. HAWKINS TO GO INTO SERVICE Dr. J. G. Hawkins, of Baileyton, has been called into the service of Uncle Sam, the medical reserve corps, and will leave the first of the month for camp. Dr. Hawkins has a wide ac quaintance throughout the county. He is a young man and has been most successful in his practice for several years. He will leave with the sincere wishes of everyone for his safe return. MRS. ALICE ARMENTROUT Mrs. Alice Armentrout, widow of the late Fred Armentrout, aged 60 years, died at her home hear Milburn ton, 16 miles north of Greeneville, Wednesday morning. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. W. E. Milburi?, who resides, in the same community, and one stepson, Mr. Lib Armentrout, also of the same place. Funeral ser vices will take place at Milburnton this (Thursday) afternoon. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT CHUCKEY LAST NIGHT One of the most enthusistic meet ings of the present Libetry Loan cam paign was held at Chuckey last night, where Judge Dana Harmon addressed m audience of more than three hun dred people. Mr. Thos. D. Brabson, president of the Greene County Lib erty Loan Association, was present also, as well as the Greeneville brass band. Mr. Jas. M. Peters is presi dent of the Chuckey liberty loan aux iliary and is doing splendid work. CAMPANGN MANAGER FOR GREENE COUNTY , Senator John K. Shields has ap pointed Mr. Henry R. Snapp as his car.-j'iign manager for Greene county in hlg race for re-election to the Sen ate. Mr. Snapp is a prominent detao- erst, is well known throughout the 'ceu-ty and Senator Shields baa made n y'.--M jit electing kHaVto- loo1? ti interest here.- ' " , I SUBSCRIBERS TO THE THIRD LIBERTY LOAN We publish below a complete list of subscribers to the Third Liberty Loan to date: Judge A. N. Shoun. , Thos. K. Alexander L. L. Neas Mrs. L. L. Neas Mrs. Jane Trim J. M. Shanks J. W. Waddle John Cutshall Mrs. Julia McWherter Robert. R. Baker Walter R. Gray Brown Manufacturing Co. Jas. M. Morey Jas. P. Hartman W. A. Brown Mrs. W. A. Brown . David Sharrett - J. W. Collins . Mrs. Jas. M. Morey D, A. Phillips T. N. King -S. D. ThaCker G. R. Gass , Bug Carter H. E. Dobson ' ' N. E. Lewis E. G. Moyer Creamer Bros. Edw. McKee Chandler R. B. Woolsey C. M. Simpson J.. Ross Relief- Lee Keller R. L. Cox J. W. Bales Matt Cox ' ' S , Chas. Bales Alex Dodd f J. W. Simpson R. G. Graham T: Brucie Graham V C. M. Smith W. Claude Henard V Yf , Bruce Williams Sam Anderson " r C. B. Woods , C. N. Pierce E. K. Jones " V-. 0. B. Jones J. .E. Collins J. H. Jones J. W. Morelock R. N. Hartman T- " ' 7- . T. F. Brooks D. S. Bird T; A. T. Alexander ' ; W. M. Starnes : John E. Foshe , ' John H. Smith ' ' ,"7 :j W Ben Weems ' vo' W. W. Dixon "' ru V. E. Anderson ' ' ; Naomi Johnson ' ' " J. S. Simpson , Bird Bros. ( '"'' ' f C. S. Thacker John H. Brown R. M. Brown ''' v A. R. Million rf H. L. Painter -T-V Tommie L. Johnson ' R. A. Peters ; ' ' ""fjSfrr Mrs. N. M. Good E. B. Dobson ' : S. C. Broyles " ' r' VJi' . Pearl M. Smith v Geo. M. Thompson John G. Hawkins r : Chas. F. Davis Mrs. N. C. Baker Wm. C. McCorkle T. S. Hull D. D. Weems ONE GREENEVILLE ROUTE TO BE DISCONTINUED Only one Greeneville rural route is to be discontinued, we are inform ed, under the new ruling. Route No. 7, which supplies Tusculum College and surrounding country, 'will be cut off after July 1, we are informed. It it reported that two routes at Bailey ton, two at Mosheim, two . at Afton and one at Jearnldstown are to be in cluded in this order to discontinue. KODAK FINISHING WHICH WILL NOT FADE. Our printing of Kodak Films is VERY different from some work we have seen by cut-rate finishersj and, in fact, not less than ten new custo mers of ours have noticed such a dif ference in our prints that tLey have asked, "WHY do you get such clean and snappy prints?" Our answer ia 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 prices 8 & 4c . Open lota to mail 'order eastaaers, 1 IKE STEALING STUDIO, GREENE COUNTY BOY WITH 43RD ENGINEERS Camp American University, ' Co. C, 43rd Engineers, Washington, D. C'Aptfl 14, 1918. Dear Mr. Patterson: I enlisted in the 43rd Engineers on April 10th and am now at the above camp, well and feeling fine. I am writing to thnk you for the recom mendation you wrote for me and for the other favors you have shown me. I am only one of Greene county's many sons who are now "somewhere in camp," or "somewhere on the At lantic," or "somewhere in France," and am mighty glad to be doing my bit for Old Glory and for Uncle Sam. This is a good camp, a few miles out from Washington. We have sev eral thousand road builders and bridge builders here. There is a good Y. M. C. A. building at the camp, and being so near the capitol city we have plenty of amusement. But when the war is over we shall be glad to' come back to old Greene county; wherever we may be, we shall always be as loyal to her as to the Red, White and Blue. WKii very best wishes and again thanking you, I am, Yours respectfully, V HORACE WRIGHT. ISAAC HARR SUFFERS STROKE OF PARALYSIS Johnson City, April 18. Isaac Harr, one of the most prominent at torneys in East Tennessee, was strict en with paralysis yesterday morning while at work in his office. He was taken to his home immediately for medical attention, but his condition today was reported as serious. THE PATRIOT'S TEN COMMANDMENTS A Reverent Paraphrase of the Deca logue. L I am America, which has protected the world and thee from the lands of bondage. Thou shalt love no other country before me. Thou shalt love me only, now and forever, above all else, and with all they heart, all thy soul and all thy strength and being. , III. Thou shalt not tak unto thee any graven image of any other country, or any likeness of any foreign Tuler on this earth. IV. Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor Berve them; for I, thy country, visiting the iniquity of the traitors upon their own heads un sparingly, and showing mercy and goodness unto millions of them that love me, and keep my laws. V. Thou shalt not have any flag be sides the Stars and Stripes, for al though America is the greatest coun try on earth, it is not large enough to contain two flags. VI. Remember Independence Day, to keep it truly. VII. Thou shalt not steal thy living from America and at the same time prove unfaithful to her. VHI. Honor Washington and Lincoln, that thy days may be long upon the freest land on earth which the Lord they God giveth thee. IX. Thou shalt not be disloyal to our Declaration and Constitution, which are the most magnificent documents ever written by man. X Thou shalt not harp at thy govern ment in time of war. Keep these com mandments and thou art blessed. Henry A. Kersting. New Form Blanks There i3 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 tie old form you have been tss ing and it is necessary tf.it you hare them if yin wfpfy 'your etitorstr?! .t n b n Prescription Druggists- , PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY MAIN STREET OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE luy Your GROCEKIE FROM m & rose H HOLESALE GROCERIES Soy Beans, Whip Peas, Black Peas, a.rveSeed, Millet Seed, Screen Doors & Windows W. R. Lowry & Company 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIII!II!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIII!III!III State Depository ' Greene Gouhty Bank Remember The Flag of Liberty Support It BUY U. S. GOVERNMENT BONDS W. H. Armitage, Pres. W. A. Susong, Vice-Pres. , O. C. Armitage, Cash. SAVE WHEAT BY EATING PURITY DATS CHEAPEST ANp lJEST FOOD OBTAINABLE. DISTRIBUTED BY Armitage Wholesale Gro. Co. AUTOMATIC REFRIGERATOR MOST COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE TIME TO THINK OF . REFRIGERATORS WHEN YOU DO, THEN THINK OF .AUTOMATIC DQUGHTY-STEHHS CO.