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The Greeneville Daily Sun, Friday June 21, 1918.
THREE 3T 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 Surety Company for our customers' pro tection. We have a Savings Department. GEO. W. DOUGHTY, Pres. J. E. HACKER, V-Pres. THOS. D. BRABSON, Cash. L. C. WILLIS, A. Cash. I GREENEVILLE AND VICINITY : LOCAL and PERSONAL Good Bicycle for sale at once, ap ply to Rhea Floral Co. 72-3t Miss Agnes Rosenblatt is the guest of friends in Chattanooga. Read Leming's mid-season sale an nouncement in this issue of the Sun. Mrs. H. L. Palmer and son, Wheat ley, will return from Limestone, Fri day afternoon. Mrs. Lou Mays, of Morristown, is the guest of Mrs. E. A. Lancaster, oni Highland avenue. Mr. A. M. "Banks has moved his family to the John Bohannon prop erty, in Sunburst Park. Miss Louise Willis, of Knoxville, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Clara Willis, on Church street. , Mr. Bush McWherter leaves tomor row for North Carolina, in the inter est of the Brown Manufacturing Co. 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. Mr. D. A. Lintz has purchased the Newt. Babb property, on West Irish street, and will occupy it within the next few days. After an extended visit with friends and relatives at Anderson, S. S., Miss Marie Williams returned home Wednesday. Mrs. J. P. Davis and Mrs. C. B. Haag returned yesterday from a few days' stay in Greeneville. -Morris-town Evening Mail. - Sugf.r blanks, flour blanks any kind of blanks you may need can be found at the Sun office. Mr. H. H. Gouchenour left Thurs day for Claiborne county in the in terest of Red Cross work. Dr. J. T. Smith lhas returned from Nashville, where lie attended the meeting of the State Dentists. LOST Thursday morning, dark gray man's rain coat. Finder return to Sun Office for liberal reward. 2t Capt. R. C. Howard will leave to day for Camp Lee, Va., where he ex pects to be stationed for some time. Sergt. Dana Bright is at home from Camp Sevier, spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bright, at Jeraldstown. Friends of Mrs. M. D. Taylor, who suffered a stroke of paralysis Mon day, will be glad to know that her condition is more favorable. Miss Willie Denton Carter is spend ing several weeks with relatives in Texas, She will also visit other western states before her return. Mrs. Henry Baker and mother, Mrs. Brown, 'and Mrs. Snapp, of Greeneville, Tvere shoppers in the city today. Morristown Evening Mail. The Daily Sun may be found on sale at J. L. Woody's store, at Tuscu Hm, every afternoon after 5 o'clock. Miss Vinie Cutshawl, who is taking a business course in Knoxville, has beep the guest of her parents here this week. June 28 is "Pledge Day". Every body is going? to "sign up 'to buy so many War Savings Stamps up to De cember j! 1. Sergt. Leighton Armitage arrived home from Columbia, S. C, yester day evening,, and will spend a few days here with his wife and parents. Ford Touring Car for, Sale Five passenger, 1916 model, in first-chss running order. Will sell cheap, and can be demonstrated by calling at the Park Garage, x Greeneville, Tenn. 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. ' with Francis Ford Supported by Edna Emerson. 1 II FROM THE COOL.CALCULAT1NG DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY THE AGENTS OF THE HUN IN OUR LAND -TO TH E UTTER DESOLATION ON TH B FAIR FIELDS OF FRANCE, THIS VIVID DRAMA' WILL CARRY YOU I PRINCESS I MM IKE MATINEE AND NIGHT Saturday una, 22m ADMISSION lO AND 20 CENTS Special JMusic 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 The little carrier boys are expect ed to collect from their subscribe. 8 every week. Dont get offended i' they appear too insistent If you pre fer, you can pay them by the month, and in this way they will not wor-y you so often. You can get blank forms of all kind3 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. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Whisenhunt, of Atlanta, Ga., arrived in the city Thursday and will be the guests of Mrs. Claude Britton for some time. Mr. Whisenhunt expects to go to Chi cago from here, ;where he will accept a government position. Mrs. Efnest Trobaugh (nee Miss Edna Rhea) of Greeneville, passed through the city this afternoon, en route to St. Paul, Minn., where she goes to join her husband, who is in a mechanical aviation' school in that city. Morristown Evening Mail. Men's Suits, nobby styles in small sizes, ranging from size 34 to 26, are going to be closed out at great sacri fice. If you happen to be small enough to wear one of there suits it will pay you to call and get one NOW. W. A. buoONG & 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. 0- AT THE PRINCESS -0 FRIDAY June Caprice, "The Cam ouflage Kiss." i ! 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." MRS. MAUD LEONARD. Mrs. Maude Leonard, wife of Mr. Gordon Leonard, aged about 20 years died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ricker, four miles east of Greeneville, Thursday night at 12 o'clock. Funeral services will take place Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Intermwit at Mt. Hebron. MRS. MARY JAYNES. Mrs. Mary Jaynes, aged 68 years, died at her home near Hermon, south side of Chuckey river, Thursday even ing. She is survived by three sons and three daughters. Her husband preceded her to the grave several years ago. Funeral services will take place at Hermon church Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will take place at the same place. Miller' Antiseptic Oil Known At Will Poxitively Relieve Pain in Few Minutes 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. Thia 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. FROM A BOY IN FRANCE. On Active Service with A. E. F., Somewhere In France, May 9,. 1918. My Dear Miss : Today as I think of the days I spent in the E. T. S. Normal, will write again to you. After such a longe de lay on my pirt guess you will not care to hear from me, but I'm going to write just the same. I joined the U. S. Army last Au tumn, and after a short while I came to the palce they call "sunny France." If you have ever called it that, don't call it that again, for it's cloudy here nearly every day. Guess you didnt' do like I did last year. Before my school closed I re signed and joined the army. Do you think I did the right thing? I know you are a real American woman and I believe you will say I did right. Have you been going to the State Normal this year? Bet everything looked different this time. Would you care to hear a little about my experiences during army life? Have you you ever seen the Atlantic? That was the pond I had to cross to reach France. For sever al days we saw nothing but water and seagulls. Most of the time we had a very rough sea. Most every day the waves would break over the main deck and give some one a nice bath. Once the waves broke over the upper deck and burst through the side of one "troop space." The rough sea finally succeeded in getting the better of me and caused me to give my din ner to the fish. Ha, ha! Then we reach France, which prov ed to be a very beautiful country. When I reached my destination I found a lively bunch of boys with whom I was to stay during the war. That same company of soldiers and I went to our front-line trenches to gether and spent two short hitches in our front-line trenches, and there we could look only a few meters across "No Man's Land," and see where the barbarous Hun had dug himself into the ground just like a mole. I really enjoyed staying in the trenches, although there were a few A VERDICT OF It is not what the manufacturers of Tanlac say about it,, but what the thousands upon thousands of people who have actually taken it say, that has made Tanlac the most widely talked of and most popular medicine in the world today. Fifty thousand people in all section of the United States and Canada have testified to the extraordinary merits of the medicine. Over eight million bottles sold in two years! CENTRAL DRUG COMPANY Exclusive Agents for GREENEVILLE, JENN. ill HI DC Twt in-Tir Dnrrr Guarantees TWPlLLS One at bedtime and yea ieel like I new person nest day, Ask anyone who oiei them. VERY MILD BUT EFFICIENT thingsl did not fancy. I didn't like to go through these trenches to my knees in mud, especialy of mornings, when there was usually a thin sheet of ice frozen over the top of the water and mud. 1 didn't think very well of the snipers; neither did I adore that hardware caled shrapnel, but I have become accustomed to the roar of the big guns so that I do not feel natural unless I can hear them. May I hear from you in the future? Wishing you the very greatest suc cess, I am, Your sincere friend, Privt. ROY S. PRICE, Co. "B," Ind. Brigade, M. G., Bn. A. E. F., via New York, France. PRINCESS ,1 THEATRE J TODAY- JUNE CAPRICE -IN- "ACamouflageKiss" SATURDAY Fordart Offers FRANCIS FORD -IN- THE WONDERFUL PICTURE 'Berlin Via America' Big Mid-S eason Sale of Millinery Has Been Cut To the Bottom-Read the Specials Here Offered In Piece Goods, SHOES, OXFORDS, SLIPPERS & SANDALS THIS BIG MID-SEASON SALE WILL BEGIN riday, June 21st, 1918, AND WILL CONTINUE FOR TWO WEEKS One Big Lot Piece Goods $1.25 lot reduced to 1.00 lot 75c 69c 60c 50c 40c 35c 30c 25c 20c 19c 15c M M M V U M i 4 U M 98c 89c 59c 57c 49c 44c 36c 29c 24c 19c '16c 14c 11c 500 Pairs Ladies High Shoes $6.50 kind for $5.19 6.00 " " 4.79 5.50 " " .4.19 5.25 " " 3.89 5.00 " " 3.49 4.50 " " 3.19 4.00 " " 2.89 3.50 " 2.60 3.00 " " 2 49 2.50 " ,249 ALL NEW STYLES AND IN MOST ALL COLORS A Art Regular $4.00 kind, $3.19; $3.50 kind. 2.89 UI1C Dig LUl UUlVOdd J11UC3. $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 MING COM MAI N STREET Tp A 'J