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The Greeneville Daily Sun, Friday June 7, 1913.
You 11) in Tin f fm rhiil ALfif4 If You Store Of I ave Not Visited The LEMING CO. i heir Mid-Season Sale Is Now On THIS MEANS BIG REDUCTIONS hoes, Slippers and Oxfords The Turn Sole And Old Lady Gomfort Shoes Are Going Fast At Our Reduced Price REMEMBER:A11 Millinery Has Been Cut To The Bottom COMPANY Each Attempt Now To Break Through Becomes Difficult New York, June 7. What ever sectors General Hinden burg may choose for his next sacrificial offerings of Garman man power, the future on slaughts cannot develop the power of those that have pass ed because Germany's vast re serve forces are now depleted to a highly serious degree. Since the beginning of the German spring offensive on March 21st, Hindenburj has lost at least a half a million of his reserves. These have been used up both by furnishing new men to replace casualties and by taking over the active protection of the extensions of the German front. It is im probable that Hindeuburgnow has in reserve more than 400, 000 troops, and the number may not exceed 300,000. This is enough for another effort to shatter the Allied line, but it is not enough to permit any degree of persistance in such an attempt. Each attempt to break through or reach a vital point now becomes a danger ous handicap to Hindenburg if he gains a few miles of ter ritory. Every extra mile of frontage taken over by Hin denburg requires ( the with drawal of 6,000 men from the German reserves for its pro tection And, yet, however, strategically wise it nisy be for Hindenburg to begin to shorten his life at non-essential points, he fears to do so because of the effect a retiring movement would have upon German opinion at home. Every extra mile of en trenchments requires a simi lar weakening of Gen. Foch's reserves but the ultimate ef fect is far different for the Al lies, because they are not yet on the offensive. The depletion of Hinden burgs reserves in order to lengthen the front, means an end to Germany's final effort to win the war by offensive tactics. But it would suit Gen Foch's tactics perfectly if all his own mobile reserves were to be used to man new miles of trenches provided a similar duty were enforced upon all of Hindenburg's mobile re- eerve. 0- -0 AT THE PRINCESS 0 0 SATURDAY "Social Hypocrites," with May Allison. j MONDAY "Vengeance and the Wo I man," No. 12. i TUESDAY "The Woman and the I Wife,' with Alice Brady. WEDNESDAY "The White Man's Law," with Sessue Hayakawa. GRAND CONCERT AT THJJGHAUTAUQUA Miss Marjery Maxwell.lyric soprano of the Chicago Grand Opera Co., assisted by Mr. Mi lan Lusk, violinist, and Miss Florence Schubert, pianiste, were received with open arms by citizens of Greeneville at the Chautauqua meeting last night. They were repaid with a concert which has not been equalled in these parts for many days. The artists were in fine form and provoked repeated ap plause. Mr, Lusk showed his abili ty as a soloist of' rare interpre tive ability in a number of se lections, while Miss Schubert did faultless work at the pia no as accompanist, 14,710 Tennesseeans Registered On Wed. Purity Give Power. There are still many persons in the world that need to be impressed with the fact that the purer the blood is the greater is the power of the sys tem to remove the disease and the less the liability to contact it. Per sons whose blood is in good condition are much less likely to taks cold or to be long troubled with it, or to catch any contagious or infectious disease, than are those whose blood is impure and therefore impoverish ed and lacking in vitality. The best medicine for purifying the blood is Hood's. Sarsaparilla, and persons suf fering from any blood disease or any want of tone in the system are urged to give this medicine a trial. It is especially useful at this time of year. Nashville, Tenn., June 6. With re ports from ninety-six of the 113 local boards of Tennessee, Maj. Rutledge Smith; head of the boards of the state, announced tonight that 14,710 additional registrants had been added to the state's selective service list. Of this number 11,809 are white and 2,863 are negroes; 38 aliens register ed. The boards unheard from are in re mote sections and will not swell the totals to. any extent. Atta Boy! Pary?, June 6. The spirit and morale of the American soldiers wounded in the Can- tigny battle, 90 per cent of whom will recover, is wonder- ful. The first question they ask the surgeon is: "Doc, when will I be able to go back after the German . who fixed me?' Two young privates were 'awaiting their turn t oenter the operating room of a large American hospital in Paris to- day. One said: ? "I have been over the top three times and it is the great- est sport I ever had. Fix me up quick because I want to go back after the boches again." The second soldier, who had a serious wound in the thigh, said: "If I do not return to the trenches I have the satisfac- tion of knowing that I fixed three two bayoneted and one shot I am satisfied." The soldier probably will re- cover but he will lose his leg. Miller's Antiseptic Oil Known A SNAKE 0 L Will Positively Relieve Pain in Few Minutes Our Cheap Column A Little Advertisment in this Column Will Bring Quick Results On Cent a Word. j J T w m ill 320 ICE CREAM SUPPER i There will be an ice cream supper at Harrison and Rollins Store, in the j cove, on June 15th. Come and en i joy the cream, cake walks, and music ,by the .Cove's splendid band. If you have followed a business for 50 years and don't understand it, would it not be good sense to quit it and go at something that you can learn? This is true of even plowing. I have been in the Sewing Machine business for 50 years, have sold and repaired almost all kinds. Surely I ought to know a good machine, and I DO . I can, and will sell you just as good a Sewine Machine as is made for much less than you can buy such a machine for anywhere else. Why Try it right now for Rheumastim, Neuralgia, Lumbago, sore, stiff and swollen joints, pains in the head, back and limbs, crops bunions, etc. After one application pain disappears al most as if by magic. A new remedy used internally and externally for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Sore Throat, Diptheria and Tonsil itis. This oil is conceded to be the most penetrating remedy known. Its prompt and immediate effect in re lieving pain is due to the fact that it penetrates to the affected parts at once. As an illustration pour ten drops on the thickest piece of sole leather and it will penetrate this sub stance through and through in three minutes. Accept no substitute. This great oil is golden red color only. Every bottle guaranteed; 25c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle or money refunded at Cen tral Drug Co. both stores. WANTED Rags, Scrap Iron and Castings; if vou can't bring them J to us, corner Church street and Squthern Railway, watch for the Jung Truck. THE AUSTIN CO. WANTED Men who can come recommended and who have the desire to become a legitimate officer in U. S. service, and who will do his duty as an officer, to write me at Greeneville, Tenn., sending cash and recommendations at once. JAS. R. DOTY. wkly-tf. not save money? You haven't it to throw away I don't suppose. Why pay peddlers $20 to $30 for bringing a machine to you, when you can save that by coming after it, or havincr it shipped to your nearest depot. This is no joke; come and see and be convinced, or send for Illustrated Price Lists. Shuttles and parts for all machines. ' All kinds of Sewing Machines Thoroughly Repaired. My shop is now near Mohawk, Tenn. Any ma chines sent to me to repair should be sent to Mohawk, prepaid. Any ma chines brought to me to repair should be brought to. me, near Mohawk, on Knoxville wagon roaa. My postoffice is Midway, Tenn., Rt 1. JOHN M. McKEE. 'PLANTS: Potato, Nancy Hall and Porto Rico. Tomato Plants, all lead ing varieties, three dollars per thous and, 10,000 and over two seventy five. Egg, Pepper, and Cabbage Plants. Satisfaction guaranteed. Enterprise Company, Inc., Sumter, S. C. d-w-tf FOR SALE! FOR SALE I Used Cars At Bargainst If Sold At Once. One 1917 Model Ford Roadster. Two 1916 Model Ford 5-Passengor. One 1914 Model Ford 5-Passenger. One 1914 Model Maxwell, 6-Pas-senger. One 1916 Model Overland, 5-Pas-senger. One 1916 Model Overland Road ster. One 1914 Model Studebaker, 7 Passenger. Also Agent for Hudson, Ilupmo bile and Maxwell Cars. CLOYD F. PARMAN MOTOR CO., Located At City Garage, j Depov Street. WANTED By the Mathieson Alkali Works, Saltville, Virginia, Machin- 1 ists, 50c per hour; Molders, 50c per hour; Pipe Fitters 35c to 50c per hour; Carpenters, 40c to 50c per hour; Boiler Firemen, $3.00 per hift 0 feight hours. All axcept shift men pai dtime and one-half for over time, Sundays and holi days. Apply to Palmet St. Clair, Superintendent, Salville, Va. tf BLUE WHIP PEAS FOR SALE at $3.00 per bushel, f. 0. b. Athens) Tenn. MITCHELL & WILSON, Athens, Tern. d C0-3t