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The Creeneville Daily Sun, Wednesday June 19, 1918.
THREE The First National Bjink Only National Bank in the County. We appreciate your business. ONE DOLLAR will start an account with us. We invite the accounts of young nien. 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. L. C. WILLIS, A. Cash. LAW COURT CONVENED THIS MORNING Law court was convened' here to day by Judge Harmon, but upon mo' tion of one, of the attorneys it is un derstood that the jury was dismissed i pending the harvest season which re quires many of the jurors for the work. A few non-jury cases will oc cupy his attention before adjourn ment is taken to a later date. Next Monday court will be convened at Kingsport. Johnson City Staff. GREENEVILLE AND , VICINITY LOCAL and PERSONAL TO EGG PACKERS AND SHIPPERS July 1st is the date set for loafers to go to work or to the army. Good Bicycle for sale at once, ap ply to Rhea Floral Co. 72-3t Read Leming's mid-season sale an nouncement in this issue of the Sun. Miss Lillie Waddell, of Morristown, remains the guest of Miss Peatl Will-hoif. Ford Touring Car for Sale Five passenger, 1916 model, in first-cl-iss running order. Will sell cheap, and can be demonstrated by calling at the Park Garage, Greeneville, Tenn. Men's Suits, nobby styles in small sizes, ranging from size 34 to 26, are ..... 1 . . going to be closed out at great sacri fice. If you happen to be srrall enough to wear one of there suits it will pay you to call and get one NOW. W. A. booONG & CO. Mrs. Sam N. Willis, of Newport, is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Willis, this city. Soldier trains continue to . pass through Greeneville most every after noon and night. Sugnr blanks, flour blanks any kind of blanks you may need can be found at the Sun office. The Daily Sun may be found on sale at J. L. Woody's Btore, at Tuscu Wm, every afternoon after 5 o'clock. Mr. E. P. Link left .today for Dal ton, Ga., where he expects to be en gaged in seed work for several weeks. Mr. H. C. Yost remains quite ill at his 'home on West Church street. His condition, however, is somewhat improved. June 28 is "Pledge Day". Every body is going to "sign up 'to buy so many War Savings Stamps up to De cember 31. Les't you should forget, we men tion the fact again that you should have the Daily Sun sent to that boy in the army. News has been received by Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Emerson that their son, Sergt. Frank R. Emergon, haj arrived safely in France. Mrs. Moses Hay, from the south side of Chuckey, was shopping in Greeneville today and had her name added to the Daily Sun list while here. Lieut. Leland" Lovettef left Tues day afternoon for New York, from which point he expects, to be assign ed to duty in the navy somewhere on the great Atlantic. 4 The new for Sugar Blanks are on sale at the Sun Office at 25c per hun dred. These new blanks are just out and every merchant who sells sugar in any quantity must have them. RINCESq THEATRE J TODAY- Dorothy Dalton IN- "LOVE ME" I THURSDAY Artcraft Offers Mary Pickford IN- 'Ik Little Princess" We have too many boy's Palm Beach Suits true the season for these suits is just upon us, but we are going to let ours go NOW. If you want a Palm Beach Suit, boys, come in and let me fit you up. The price is right. Dave Wilds, with W. A. SUSONG & CO. We have some pretty suits in small sizes that we can sell right. We also have most any other size suit you might want, but for the next few days we are going to offer these small size suits at prices that will surprise you. Come in and look them over. W. A. SUSONG & CO. What looks neater or feels more comfortable these hot days than a Palm Beach Suit. Any young man looks neatly dressed when he goes out in one of our Palm Beach's. We are going to sell our summer suits at a great reduction during the next few days we have too many, so come in and let us show you. W. A. SUSONG & CO. LOST "Hall-Mark," open faced gold watch in leather wrist case, be tween Greeneville and Harmon pas ture fiield Sunday evening. Finder will be rewarded by returning to Spot Cash Grocery Store, Greeneville. 2t Mr. W. D. Morrow received a tele gram this morning stating that his brother, Mr. L. Gay Morrow was dy ing in Raleigh, N. C, Gay was dis charged from the army about six weeks ago on account of ill health. He received his commission as cap tain in the Infantry about one year ago, and during the past few months had been stationed at Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. He and his wife spent some time in Greeneville about one year ago, and his friends will regret to learn of his death. He will be buried in Ral eigh, where he has been living for several years past. 0- ! AT THE PRINCESS 0 o THURSDAY Mary Pickford, "The Little Princess." FRIDAY June Caprice, "The Cam ouflage Kiss.". SATURDAY "Berlin via America." Great War picture. MONDAY "Vengeance and the Wo man, No. 14. Only one more week after this one. TUESDAY Clara Kimball Young, "Marionettes." WEDNESDAY "Pauline Frederick, "La-Tosca." presbyterian prayer. Service This evening at 8 o'clock the con gregation of the Presbyterian church will meet in their regular weekly prayer service. The subject which will engage their thought is the Res urrection the pivotal fact in Christ ian belief. Those who have doubts which need clearing away are invited to be present and ask questions. Strangers will find a homelike at mosphere in these meetings. You are now compelled to attach a card to every case of eggs you pack or ship, showing that same has been candled. You must have printed cards for this purpose. We have these cards and can send them to you upon recipt of the price 50c per hundred. If you want larger quantities, we can make you a better price. 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. v A. J. PATTERSON,. Inspector. With no reward except that liberty and justice might prevail, Phil Kelley, American, sacrifices honor, love, and fif need be, life. Instilled within him was the spirit which today is para mount in the htarts of all, a spirit worldwide in its appeal, thespirit of PATRIOTISM. How, with the strength of the just, Phil Kelley ac complished that which his sacrifice prompted, is thrillingly told in Fran cis ords latest productm, "BER LIN via America," which will be seen at the Princess Theatre on Saturady, June 22. Supporting Francis Ford, who di rected this 'timely screen drama and played the leading role, is Edna Em erson, as an American girl "doing her bit," and a capable cast. Admission 10-20 cents. SILK TAFFETA Five yards of black and blue strip ed Taffeta, in two pieces, one in four yds. and one yard was taken from the Ladies Rest Room at Greeneville, Tenn., on Friday, June 7th. Finder will return to the Rest Room and re ceive reward. 1 BERTHA KENNEY, Eaileyton, Tenn., Rt. 2. TO OLD HARP SINGERS: On June 30, 1918, there will be a harp singers' convention held at Zion church, at Eaileyton, to sing the old songs that give Christian love to the soul and point the way to a heavenly quire above. Come one and all and take part in singing the old songs that refresh the mind with the happy days that are past and gone. SECRETARY. 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. IMPORTANT NOTICE We have more than 40 ice cream containers of various sizes in the homes of our customers here in Greeneville, which we are unable to locate. We are greatly in need of these containers, and if those of you who have them will call us we will send for them. We will greatly ap preciate your doing this today. CENTRAL DRUG CO. PATRIOTISM ITS OWN REWARD Cholera Morbus. This is a very painful and danger ous disease. In almost every neigh borhood some one has died from it before medicine could be obtained or a physician summoned. The right way is to have a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house so as to be prepared for it, Mrs. Chas. Enyeart, Huntington, Ind, writes: "During the summer of 1911 two of my children were taken sick with cholera morbus. I used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and it gave them immediate relief. ID f INVESTIGATE THE COUPLES TIRE Distributed & Guaranteed BY Smith7& Rosenblatt WHOLESALE GROCERS ROUTES 12 AND 15 PAY THE LITTLE BOYS. It is necessary that subscribers in the city pay the little carrier boys either by the week or month. The lit tle fellows have to collect from their subscribers before they can get their money. So dont put them off it is too much trouble to have to run af ter such a small amount. Arrange to pay them regularly every week and they will appreciate it and it will doubtless encourage .them to be more unctual with your paper every after, noon. Tut LFTTLt ooctok Guarantees Om at bedtime and yan feel like a new pertoo next day. Atk anyone who ntea Hem. VERT MILD BUT EFFICIENT Mr. Allie F. W-illhoit, who has been on the sick list for something like three weeki, is slowly improving at this writing. Corn s growing very nicely at this time. , . Mr. Scott Lafollette, wife and lit tle daughter were pleasant girests of Mr. Lafollefte and wife Sunday. Mr. Byrd Parman will leave for camps Friday. We wish him all good luck and a safe return. The people are getting ready for harvest. Mr. Fox Lafollette was the guest of Miss Alice Miler Sunday., Several of the young boys and girls of the south side of the river at tended the Christian Endeavor Sun day night. Tobacco is not growii g much th"s: hot days. We sure do enjoy reading letters from 'the boys in France. We were soiy to learn of the de.tb in France. DOLORES. Sour Stomach. This is a mild form of indigestion. It is usually brought on by eating too rapidly or two much, or of food not suited to your digestive organs. If you will eat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly, ear but little meat and none at all for supper, you will more than likely avoid the sour stom ach without taking any medicine whatever. Whcn you have sour stomach take one of Chamberlain's Tablets to aid digestion. Mary had a little limp Why I Believe in Nuxated Iron it i Tonic, Strtcjth ud E!oo4 Mkt Probably no rtmedy has ever met with inch phenomenal success at has Kuxated Iron. It is conservatively estimated that ever three million people annually are tab in it in thu country alone. It tiaa been tiiKhly endorsed and used by Former United ffmea.Senat.ifi and Members of Congress; Ihvticiant who have been connected with well known hospitals have prescribed and recommended it; Monseitfneur Nannini, a prominent Clergyman, recommend it to all I"rnir II.ilil. I"1.,. ..!....' nr. r I fct ChicaKO, says it ought to be used in every I llOmilt-jl anil iir.uriU.I I, - . . . ii i , U CV"T pnysician. .I" JV. - Newman, late Police Surgeon M the City of Chicago, and former Houso fcurReon Jefferson Park Hospital, ChicaifO. ays Nuxated Iron has proven through hit own tests of it to excel any preparation he lias ever used for creatinj red blood, build in up the nerves, strengthening the mus ties and correcting digestive disorders. ur. James Francis Sullivan formerly ife'V""0' 5tll,ev" Hospital (Outdooi dept.) New York, and the Westchester County Hospital says there are thousands of F,'n.i u .W0Tn who need strength and blood, builder but do not know what to take, In his opinion there is nothing better than ' the blood and helping to increase tha trengtb and endurance of men andwomea ?r iH'V !" r,"W,Jr ,htir en ergy in the strenuous strain of the great business competition of the day. If you aTe not strong or well vnn n. L'wT" t0 ",ake the f tet ee how long you can work or- how far you can walk without becoming tired Next ake two nve-grain tablets of Vuxaied Irori weeks. ' ThVV" td"y f,f r mMl for twJ weeks, I hen test your strength again and aee how much you have gained. old.r inoraante Iron product.. H I. ,My J? .,,, " , s?a sSSSS 3! ffSc'Vtz BEE HIVE Keep your eye on the Clearance Sale, commencing at the Bee Hive tt i.. T..i. ni..j. i. ...i.:u rnuay morning, junc .in,t m wnuvii Vr Pad XTiirA unit tiiTirlA .fifa uritK bile A- v aiitv rt ill uiriut j;iuuw nivu all customers for a limited time. It wil lbe worth your while to investi gate our prices. S.B. LaRUE & COMPANY ....ALL KINDS OF... TTRsl E Rental and Real Estate Agts. , LET US RENT OR SELL YOUR HOUSE FOR YOU. r Big I id-Season Sale of Millinery Has Been Cut To the Bottom-Read the Specials Here Offered In Piece Goods, x SHOES, OXFORDS, SLIPPERS & SANDALS THIS BIG MID-SEASON SALE WILL BEGIN . Friday, June 21st, 1918, AND WILL CONTINUE FOR TWO WEEKS One Big Lot Piece Goods $1.25 lot reduced to 98c 1.00 lot " " 89c 75c u " " , 59c 69c " " 1 57c 60c " " " 49c '50c " " " .44c 40c " " " 36c 35c " " " 29c v 30c 44 " " 24c 25c " - 19c 20c " " IGc 19c " " " . 14c 15c " " " 11c 500 Pairs Ladies High Shoes $6.50 kind for 6.00 w " 5.50 5.25 5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 $5.19 4.79 4.19 3.89 3.49 3.19 2.89 2.60 2.49 2.19 ALL NEW. STYLES AND IN MOST , ALL COLORS u n u tt Ona Rirr Inf famrccc lliW Regular $4.00 kind, $3.19; $3.50 kind, 2.89 une Big Lot tanvass onoes. $3.25 kind, $2.49; $3.00 kind, $2.19; $2.50 kind, $1.75; $2.00 kind, $1.49; $1.50 kind, $1.19; $1.25 kind, 98c. Come and Look Through Our Line of Sandals, Slippers and Tennis Shoes For ' The Children and Get Prices. Sale Opens Friday Morning, June 21st, Continuing 2 Weeks LEM1NG COMPANY . MAIN STREET