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The Greeneville Daily Sun, Saturday June IS, 1918.
THREE S. B.LaRUE & COMPANY ....ALL KINDS OF.... INSURANCE , Rental and Real Estate Agts. LET US RENT OR SELL YOUR HOUSE FOR YOU. : GREENEVILLE AND VICINITY . LOCAL and PERSONAL Miss Thelma KUday went to Knox ville todayj where she will spend Sun day the guest of friends. Don't fail to hear Hon. Sam R. Sells deliver his war speech at the court house Sunday night. Mrs. Mary Gass has been confined to her home with sickness the past week, but is said to be improving. Mr. George Brabson, ' of Johnson City, is the guest of Greeneville rel atives and friends for the week-end. Supt. and Mrs. R. W. Mitchell re turned today from a ten days' visit to Washington City and other points east. C1 T.(yMnn ft.... .T 1 1 1. ft 4 Stir. OOl CUI gCaO, UUl . vU Wl- respondent from Liberty, Washington county, is transacting business here today. Dr. JYT. Smith will.be out of his office the firct three days of next week, attending the State meeting of the Dental Association, which meets in Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Leonard are in receipt of a card announcing the safe arrival over seas of their son, Corporal Rex Leonard, of th 113th Field Artillery, Battalion E. Mr. F. E. McCay wiH leave' Mon day for Nashville, where he goes to attend the Knights of Pythias grand lodge meetings. He goes as official representative of Nolachuckey Lodge, of this city. ' Congressman Sells wil bring a mes sage to our people direct from Wash ington regarding the war. Everyone who can possibly do bo should hear him. His talk will be strictly on the war and where America stands in the fightat the prestnt time. The Milburn warehouse, near the Southern passenger station, has been leased by the American Tobacco Co. the coming season, and will be used as a packing and prizing room. Some improvements are being made in the building and the approaches thereto. 1 xc J H For Those DRAFT BOYS June 24th COMFY-KITS MONEY BELTS TRENCH MIRRORS SAFETY RAZORS PHOTOGRAPH CASES See that they are supplied noth ing too good for them. . Buy Them At LANCASTER'S FOR SALE StuJebaker automobile, in good condition and with new tires. If nterested call on F. R. Ingram, at the Loudon Hosiery Mills, Greene ville, Tenn. The little carrier boys are expect ed to collect from their subscribe. 8 every week. Dont get offended iJ they appear too insistent. If you pre fer, you can pay them by the month, and in this way they will not wory you so often. You can get blank forms of all kinds at the Sun office. Forms for egg packers and shippers, blanks for use in purchasing sugar, millers' blanks, etc. We can send them to you by mail upon receipt of the price 50c per hundred. City authorities are laying a gran olithic sidewalk from the Church street railway crossing to the Loretta street crossing. This is a strip of walk that has been madly needed for a long time. There are other walks in this same section of the city that need to be looked after also. On Tuesday, June 18th, Greene villeChapter No. 135, R. A. M., will confer degrees on a most interesting class, beginning at 3 p. m., Royal Arch at 8 p. m., refreshments served. You are cordially invited. Every member expected to be present Com mittee, R. Earl Snapp, J. B. Ely, Jno. W. Walker. AT THE PRINCESS SATURDAY-2-"With Neatness and Dispatch,' with Bushman & Bayne. MONDAY ''Vengeance and the Wo man," No. 13. TUESDAY "The Studio Girl," with Constance Talmadge. WEDNESDAY "Love Me," with Dorothy Dalton. NOTICE Parties who purchased of Bird Bros., in the fall of 1917, a fertilizer branded as Half-and-Half Phosphate, commonly known as 22 phosphate, upon presentation to me of proof that they did purchase it will have a re bate of $2.56 per ton paid them. These goods upon an analysis by the State Chemist did not run 12 as guaranteed. A. J. PATTERSON, Inspector. 64-d4t Tennessee Boys Are Among Killed And Wounded Washington, June 15. (By United Press.) Eighty-one names were re ported today by the war department Casualty list Eight killed in action, 10 dead from wounds, 6 dead from disease, 1 dead from accident. Ffty- two were severely wounded, 4 were wounded undetermined. Captain Jewett Williams, of Athens, Ga., was killed in action. Wm. 0. Brown, of Crossville, Tenn., and Joe Robbins of Hughett, Tenn., are among the se verely wounded. Sixty-three Marines In Catualty List Sixty-three marines, many of them officers, were reported in the casualty 1st issued by the navy department to day. Eight were killed in action, 55 were wounded severely. One cap tain and three lieutenants were killed and eleven lieutenants were severely wounded. Burlie G. Maynatt, of Fountain City, Tenn., is among the KVcrely wounded. Church Notices . ASBURY MEMORIAL E. O. WOODYARD, Pastor. Schedule of Sunday services: Sunday School 9:15, morning. Preaching 10:30, morning. Epworth League, 7:20, evening. Preachin 8:00, evening. Mid-Week Service, Wed. evening, 8:00. y M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH J. B ELY, Pastor. Sunday School - 9:15 Morning service, 10:30. Pastor's theme, "The Approach of God." Evening service, 8 :00. Pastor's theme, "Kant, Cant and Can't" CUMBERLAND PRESBY TERIAN CHURCH A. H. Willoughby, Pastor. You are invited to attend the ser vices at C. P. Church, corner of Main and Church streets. Sunday School 9:15 o'clock, a. m., conducted by Geo. W. Doughty, Supt. Childrens Service, "The Glory of Childhood," at 10:30, a! m. Evening Services at 8:00. Sub ject, "Kind of Men Christ Makes." PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The services in the Presbyterian church begin tomorrow, with the Sab bath School at 9:15 a. m. For one hour the attention is centered in the Word and the lesson is taught by scholars. Ther is room in suitable classes for all who will attend. Congregational Worship witn sr mon, at 10:30. Theme for the morn congregation will be glad to Bee ng, "Particularly Summoned." The strangers and visitors. Prayer Service Wednesday even ing at 8 o'clock. This meeting be longs to the people and the pastor, only opens the subject The number of attendants is growing and the pub lic is cordially invited to the meeting next Wednesday night New Wheat Crop Now On Way To Famished Europe Washington, June 15. The first of America's billion bushel wheat crop is already on its way toward famished Europe, was learned today. With the opening of the first wheat in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, Food Administrator Hoover announced that America would cotinue to skimp on wheat until the enmty granaries of the Alies were filled. WANTED Rags, Scrap non and Castings; if you can't bring them to us, corner Church street and Southern Railway, watch for the Jung Truck. THE AUSTIN CO. INVESTIGATE THE COUPLES TEME Distributed & Guaranteed BY Smith & Rosenblatt WHOLESALE'GROCERS Sehriff Remine Makes Two Very Important Arrests Knoxville, Tenn., June 14. Offi cers , from Greeneville left Friday with two young men who were ar rested here by Detectives ,Wm. E. O'Conner and John R. Touton on charges of larceny and housebreak ng. It is charged that they broke into a store at Limestone and rob bed it of about twelve pairs of shoes and other articles of clothing. Shortly after receiving notice of the robbery, Detectives O'Conner and Touton were On the trail of the young men and both were soon placed in arrest, but, were not found together. Over half of the clothing and shoes has already been recovered, and the remainder may be secured later. It is believed by the officers that one of the men is in the registration age, and without having regstered. This matter will be investigated by the authorities at Greeneville. The young men mentioned in the above telegram from Knoxville are members of Greene county falilies, residing north of Limestone, and of ficers have been on the lookout for them for some time, and it was through the industrous efforts of Sheriff Remine that they were round ed up in Knoxville Friday afternoon, where they had their stolen goods stored and were undertaking to dis pose of it Both the boys admitted their guilt, we are informed. One of them is reported to have remarked to the sheriff that they had been en poying a rich harvest the past year. No doubt many of the robberies that have occurred throughout East Ten ness during the past year can be laid to these boys. Knoxville officers are of the opinion that they had also been operating in that city. The prisoners were turned over to the Washington county authorities Friday night, as the goods they found in their possession were those taken from a store in the lower end of that county. As a' result they will be tried at the next session of circuit court on this charge. There "will doubtless be other charges made against them n the meantime. Another important, arrest which has been made recently by Sheriff Remine is that of the automobile thief who stole the Dobson car from in front of the Chautauqua tent during the past week. This young man was caught by the sheriff an dis now in jail in ureeneville. His home was near Caney Branch. Capt. Campbell Weds Miss Greiner Chattanooga, June 14. Capt. Geo. F. Campbell, of the Royal flying corps, who is here to heliver a lecture tonight on "The Soldier of the Sky" was married at noon today at one of the leading hotels to Miss Gertrude Wilkins Grenier, of London. The bride si a member of a prominent and wealthy Welsh family. She is a blond of .unusual attractiveness. She met the famous author and "ace" five years ago, and made the trip from England to meet her hero, who filled a schedule of five Flag day speeches her today. Except that they met in Paris five years ago when Capt. Campbell, then of the Highland light infantry return ing from India for service in the war against Germany and were married here today, the romance of the Brit ish hero is something of a mystery. Both Captain and Mrs. Campbell were reluctant to talk of themselves or in cidents leading up to their American honeymoon. FACE the FACTS LET U8 face the facts. The war situation is critical. Unless the Allies fight as they never yet have fought, defeat threatens. Hungry men cannot fight at their best; nor hungry nations. France, England, and Italy are going hungry unless we feed them. Wlieat SavingsThey must have wheat. It is the best food to fight on. It is the easiest to ship. We alone can spare it to them. By saving just a little less than a quarter of what we ate last year we can , support those who are fighting our battles. And we can do it without stinting ourselves. We have only to substitute another food just as good. The Corn of Plenty Corn is that food. There's a surplus of it. Providence has been generous in the hour of our need. It has given us corn in such bouniy as was never known before. Tons of corn. Train loads of corn. Five hundred million bushels over and above our regular needs. All we have to do is to learn to appreciate it. Was ever patriotic duty made so easy? And so clear? America's Own Food Corn ! It is the true American food. The Indians, hardiest of races, lived on it. Our forefathers adopted the diet and conquered a continent For a great section of our country it has blong een the staff of life. How well the South fought on it, history tells. Now it can help America win a world war. Learn Something Corn! It isn't one food. It's a dozen. It's a cereal. It's a vegetable.' It's a bread. It's a dessert. It's nutritious ; more food value in it, dollar for dollar, than meat or eggs or most other vegetables. It's good to eat; how good you don't know until you've had corn-bread properly cooked. Best of all, it's plentiful and it's patriotic. Corn's Infinite Variety How much do you know about corn? About how good it is? About the many delicious ways of cooking it? And what you miss by not knowing more about it? Here are a few of its uses: There are at least fifty ways to use corn meal to make good dishes for dinner, supper, lunch or break fast. Here are some suggestions: 1 DESSERTS Corn-meal molasses cake. Apple corn bread. Dumplings. Gingerbread. Fruit gems. HOT BREADS Boston brown bread. Hoecake. Muffins. Biscuits. Griddle cakes. Waffles. HEARTY DISHES Corn-meal croquettes. Corn-meal fish balls. Meat and corn-meal dumplings. Italian polenta. Tamales. The recipes are In Farmers' Bulletin 565, "Corn Meal as a Food and Ways of Using It," free from the Department of Agriculture. GREENEVILLE TESTIMONY Horn Proof, Here, There and Every where. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The undersized, having been duly appointed Administrators of the es tate of D. W. Seneker, deceased, late of Mosheim. Greene County, Tennes see, hereby notify all persons having claims against said estate to bring them to them, properly made out and verified. All persons indebted to the estate are requested to make payment at once. This June 10th, 1918. AMY D. SENDER, S. P. SENEKER. 18-3 4t. When you see Doan's Kidney Pills recommended in this paper you most always find the recommender a Greeneville resident. It's the same everywhere in 3,800 towns in the U. S.. Fifty thousand people pub licly thank Doan's. What other kid ney remedy can give this proof of merit, honesty and truth? Home testimony must be true or it could not be published here. Read this Greeneville recommendation. Then insist on having Doan's. You will know what you are getting: Mrs. J. W. Kirk, 753 S. Main St., plaint and my back ached so I could hardly do my housework. When I says: "I suffered from kidney corn was doing my washing, I couldn't straighten my back and it ached so. I thought it would break. My kid neys didn't act right, either. A friend advised me to use Doan's Kidney Pills and I procured some at the Boyd Drug Co. Doan's helped me from the start and soon the backaches and other symptoms of kidney trouble left I feel like a different person." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that 11 i 1 Tut itmt Doero Guaranties RAILLS Ob at bedtime and yea (eel like a sew pertoa nest Ask anyone who atea tkem. VEKY MTLD BUT EFFICIENT 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 60 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 Scwiner Machine as is made for much less than you can buy such a machine for anywhere else. Why 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 having 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 6hop is now near Mohawk. Tenn. Any ma chines sent to me to repair should be sent to Mohawk, prepaid. Any ma chines brougnt to me to repair should be brought to me, near Mohawk, on Knoxville wagon roaa. My postoffice is Midway, Tenn., Rt. 1. JOHN M. McKE. The First National Bank Only National Bank in the County. We appreciate your business. ONE DOLLAR will start an account with us. We invite the accounts of young men. We issue statements once each month. We put our Cashier and President under heavy bonds in a Sure ty Company for our customers' protection. We have a Savings Department. GEO. W. DOUGHTY, Pres. J. E HACKER, V-Pre. THOS. D. BRABSON, Cash. U C. WILLIS, A. Cask