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The Greeneville Daily Sun, Wednesday June 20, 1918. FLEEIII8 AUSTRIAHS 111 LEAVING FOOD Italian Army Headquarters, June 2 5. The great retreat by the Austrians along the Piave front Wan undar cover of darkness on Saturday night. The retreating troops lefttheir cannon behind them. The number of guns abandoned has not been computed, but is said to be very great. Italian detach men ts are pur suing the enemy east of the Piave. Italian cavalry took part in the pursuit, hurrying the fugitives. J GREAT VICTORY. i The victory of the Italian Irmy is considered by military officials to be greater than that of the Austrians on the Bain sizza Plateau last falL , The Austrian retreat, which began in an orderly manner, soon became wildly disorgan lzed and confused. Many thousands of Austro-Hungar ians surrendered . at the first opportunity when overtaken by their pursuers. Rain, which had been fall ing for eight days, broke forth more violently about daylight today, at a time when Italian . M1 1 1 artillery ana macnine guns began to open up upon the retiring Austrians, who were struggling knee-deep in mire. As the Austrians were pressed by the Italians, they threw away their guns and equipment. They even left on the Montello stacks of bread, canned meat and pre serves which Austrian aviators had succeeded in bringing to them. FOR SALE! FOR SALE I Used Cart At Bargains t If Sold At One. One 1917 Model Ford Roadster.. Two 1916 Model Ford 5-Passengcr. One 1914 Model Ford 5-Fassenger. One 1914 Model Maxwell, 5-Pas- senger. s One 1916, Model Overland, 5-Pas- senger. One 1916 Model Overland Road ster. One 1914 Model Studebaker, 7 Passenger. Also Agent for Hudson, Hupmo- bile and Maxwell Cars. CLOYD F. PARMAN MOTOR CO., Located At City Garage, 1 ' Depot Street Use 0 L "BRAND 1 1 Under your tobacco for a bountiful crop WE HANDLE Millet, Seed, Peas, Cement, Wood Fibre and Lime, Wall Paper, Paint, Glass and Electrical Supplies Michelin Tires are the kind to make you proud you own a car. BIRD BROS. LOOK FOR NEW DRIVE FOR GIIIIEL P0RI5 London, June 24. How will Germany strive to offset the disastrous defeat of her ally is a question exciting the most speculation at the moment. It is is believed she will hasten the renewed offensive on the west front. Experts seem agreed that the blow will be directed at the Channel ports. Meanwhile Austria's defeat must have Internal conse quences unless she can renew her offensive with success in the mountain sector where she has all along had her princi pal reserves. . Fortunately there is no like lihood that the Italians, car; ried away by their triumph, will make any rash advance. BAILEYTON Herman ,son of Mr. fend Mrs. Jake Smith, died Sunday night of typhoid fever, aged three years. He will be buried this Monday evening at New Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have the sympathy of their friends in the death of their only and precious-childi Capt. Geo. C. Charlton, who has been in the Philippine Islands the past few years, is spending a few days at the home of Mr. D. A. Smith. Mr. Wilson Wattenbarger has been real sick for the past few days The proceeds of the dinner sold at Zion Sunday will be given to the Red Cross. Mr. Luna Jones, of Ft. Bliss, near Salt Lake, Utah, started on his re turn to camp Friday, after a. short visit to his mother, Mrs. Sarah Jones, at this place. ''Kit" Brubaker, of Camp Sevier, was at home last week. , Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelley have gone to housekeeping in a suite of rooms invthe bank building. rr Prof. DeWitt Starnes, of Chicago, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Starnes, at Salem. We hear that James Hatley will be taken to the Greeneville hospital today, where he will be operated on for appendicitis. Mr. Cutshawl, our road'eommis sioner has the "crusher" at Locust Springe and is going to improve our road to this place, which act we all appreciate. Prof. Nelson Jones will be the principal of our school here the com ing year, and up to this time only Mrs. J. F. King and Miss Madge Rush are the other teachers selected. JUVENILE. Tobacco Grower a '"if ' I f V 4 AVilM ml rn?arnr?n Many were the hcartful thanks when the rain came ending our drouth. But, alas! which looked the worse to the ones that had crops on Lick Creek, the overflow of the creek or the dry weather? There are a number that had their entire corn crop covered up. We hope some one will make up enough to have the creek fixed be tween the pike and church. No one but footmen can pass over the place. Miss Lillian Easterly has returned from school at Knoxvillc for the sum mer vacation. Mr. T. L. Bruce left yesterday for Somerset, Ky., to look after his new farm. Miss Joe Lee Bruce came home from Talbott to spend a week with horn ef oiks. Mrs. Sykes has her brother and wife, of Leadvale as her week-end guests. Miss Myrtle and Cassie Matthews, Mary Snow and Joe Lee Bruce at tended preaching at Fair View Sun day. There is some talk of a Children's Day in he near future at this place One of Mr. Jim Bible's children is very sick at this writing. Let everybody come out Friday and invest in War Savings Stamps "Where there is little given, there is little received." .What do giving our dollars and biscuits amount to for those dear boys' lives? , Give, and keep, on giving and then it won't equal the blood they will shed for us PINK. MINK CREEK VALLEY Well, we see that Lick Creek has done much damage to the farmers' corn and wheat. It has been all over the bottoms. M. (Elb,ertt-Ragan, who has been real sick, is improving. ,. A .little daughter f Mr.and Mrs, Clark. Hen rya, was, on the sick list one day last week. tfcWI Vtil.lt' A sll-ii-A' . Musses. Mabel, and Marie Waddell of Momstown are up visiting friends aid relatives near Midway. Mr. and Mrs. Ham-Taylor and chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henry and Mr. Clark Henry visited Mr. Elbert Ragan Sun day. Misses Pearl and Zora Ragan, Ma bel and Marie Waddell visited Miss Cora Ragan Sunday. t Mr. Clark Henry had the misfor tune of losing a fine milk cow one night last week. Mrs. Robert Martin nas been vis iting friends and relatives in Cocke county for the past week. Mr. Robert Klartin and brother were in to see Mr. Ebb Ragan Sun day night Miller'. Antiseptic Oil Known Ai Will Positively Relieve Pain in Few Minute 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, Diptherk 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 tKe 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 Druj Co. both stores. MIDWAY ROUTE 2 Farmers are busy cutting wheat in this section. Several young boys and girls at tended the ice cream supper at Fair View Saturday. Mrs. C. L. Boles, who has been spending a few days with home folks, returned to her home in Knoxville Sunday afternoon. Preaching at Hopkins' Chapel was well attended Saturday night and Sunday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs.' Charley Jones, on the p2nd, a son. - u Mrs. Tom Sankford, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. J. W. Ash ley, returned to her home Sunday Mr. Emory Knipp was the guest of Oscar Harmon Sunday afternoon. Some fine music was enjoyed at Mr. J. R. Boles' Friday. Misses Katie ad Flora Hale were the pleasant guests of Misses Katie and Ida Knipp Sunday. Mr. Ramon Jones spent Saturday afternoon with Clarence Harmon. Preaching at Sinking Springs Sun day was well attended. Mr. and Mrs, James Hood, Mrs. C, L. Boles and Mr. and Mr. Clint De Busk and family were visitors at Mr. G. D. Harmon's Sunday. Mr. Ivan Boles passed through our burg Sunday. ' SUGAR BILL. 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 hs good a Sewine 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 ft, 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 , Machine Thoroughly-Repaired. My shop if now near'Mobawk. Tenn. Any m. chines sent to, me to repair, should be sent to Mohawk, .prepaid. Any ma. chines brfiugnt 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. The little carrier boys are expect ed to collect from their subscribe s 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. S. B. LaRUE .ALL KINDS OF. INSURANCE Rental and Real Estate Agts. LET US RENT OR SELL YOUR HOUSE FOR YOU. SCHEDULE OF SOUTHERN RAILWAY Showing Arrival and Departure of Trains at GreenevJle No. 1. 7:05 A. M., for Knoxville and local stations. No. 4. T:37 A.- M., for Bristol and local stations. No. 26. 9.55 A. M., for Bristol and Eastern points. No. 41. 11:30 A. M, for Knoxville and points West No. 3. 4:13 P. M., for Knoxville and local stations. No. 25. 5:10 P. M., for Knoxville and points West No. 42. 5.04 P. M., for Bristol and points East No. 2. 8:05 P. M., for Bristol and local stations. W. H. CAFFEY, D. P. A KNO VILLE, TENNESSEE DEBUSK We have been having some fine rains which were badly needed. The wheat is all harvested in this neighborhood. Some is very good, while some is only fair. A Mrs. Ricker, of Greenevilc, was buried in the Cedar II ill cemetery last Friday afternoon. , Mrs. William Roberts and Mrs. Bruce Wells visited Mrs. JesseCruey last Tuesday, who is very ill. Mrs. Claud McCampbell has been at her mother's, Mrs. W. P. Long, in Greenevile, the ; past two or three weeks. We hope she will soon be able to 'come home again. (Miss Mabel McCampbell spent Wed nesday afternoon with Mrs. R. C. Jones. Miss Zola Anderson, who has been in South Carolina for the past six months, came ' home last Monday. Miss Zola is looking fine and we are glad to have her back home again. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jones spent last Sunday at the pleasant home of Mrs. Add Cutshall. Mrs. Hugh Wilson, of the Knox ville pike, spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Haney, of this place. Misses Mabel Kate Wells and Nellie Gray Shipley spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wells. Mr. Claud McCampbell was very sick Friday and Saturday. His wife came home Saturday. They are both improving. Mrs. W. P. Long spent Saturday sight and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Claud McCampbell. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Cruey, of Mt. Pleasant, spent a while visiting his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Cook, and other relatives at this place. v Mrs. Roberts' and Mrs. Gunter call ed to see Mrs. Jesse Cruey Sunday af ternoon and found her some better. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. V. Anderson and children and Miss Mabel McCampbell motored to the dam Sunday after noon. - We are sory to know, that so many of the boys have to leave for camp today (Monday). We wish them all good luck and a safe return. GYPSY. AT THE PRINCESS : 0 O- WEDNESDAY-"La-Tosca." 'Pauline Frederick, FOR SALE One of the very best valley farms of its size in Jefferson county (said to I be the best agricultural county in the State) containing 140 acres smooth, red limestone soil, no rocks or gravel and almost level; a tractor plaw can be used on entire faAn. All under cultivation except 17 acres of timber which is in separate tract. Two old fashioned wdellings in need of some repairs, splendi large barn with hay fork, good outbuildings and shop, plenty of fruit; no running water bat splendidly watered by ponds and cis terns that are never dry. Well fenc edNvith woven wire; sixty or Beventy acres fo wheat, this fall. Just two miles over improved road to Jefferson City and Carson-Newman College. Fourteen thousand dollars the least that will buy. One-half cash and balance in our or five years if desired. W. E. Brown (Owner), Jef ferson City, Tenn. d-w-tf & COMPANY -I Our Cheap Column A Little Advertisment in thin Celama Will Bring Quick R(U!tCre Cent Word. WANTED Rags, Scrap Iron and Castings; if you can't brffig them to us, corner Church street fin ! Southern Railway, vwatch for this Jung Truck. THE AUSTIN CO. MINERS WANTED. Freight conditions improved. W.are increasing: our pr&dtlc tion.tion. We want good reli able men to twork in; our lead and zinc mines, both ' stiffaca and underground mining. Liv ing conditions in Embreevills very favorable. We furnish houses for our employees at nominal rentals. Wages $1. S3 to $2.25 per shift Weekly bonus for steady work.1 Apply EMBREEVILLE IRON CO Embreeville, Tennessee. 74-4t. PLANTS: Totato, 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 Cabbr Plants. Satisfaction guaranteed. Enterprise Company, Inc., Sumter, S. C. " tk w-tf WANTED BY MAT11IESOU ALKALI WORKS AT SALT VILLE, VIRGINIA, Machin ists at the following, rates: First class, 60c per hour; second class 55c per hour; third class 50c per hour, it n hours constituting a day. AU paid time and a half for over time, Sundays and hol idays. Apply to Palmer St Clair, Superintendent, Salt ville, Va. tf Machinists Wanted The Ford Motor Company, at De troit, Mich., is very badly in heed Of one thousand (1,000) expert machin ists and tool makers oh work we are doing for our Government. Wages of from $4.00 to $7.00 de pending upon skill, are paid for eight hous work. Men are permitted to work two hours a day overtime if they wish, and are paid time and half for all overtime. For further in formation see C. R. Hurley, at Greene County Motor Co., Greeneville, Tenn. FOR SALE One house and 2 3-4 acres of land in Midway, Tenn. House is a' new Bungolow cottage, with five rooms and an eight foot hall, covered with metal roofing. Forty squares of roofing would cost over $600.00 now. 190 feet of porch; house is well fin ished, in and out, with good material. Morticed locks and weight windows. House would cost $18,000.00 to build it now; cost $1350.00 two years ago. Two barns,-buggy house, crib, good cellar and smoke house. Lot is well fenced. Good land; fine garden. Owner wants to sell at a sacrifice, as he is too far away to look after aame Price $1000.00, easy terms. If intW ested write: R. L. JOHNSON SCIENCE HILL, KY. . , : d- wkly to Aug, 22 FOR SALE 7 V"" An Automobile at BargVin! . j:Vl-YV; I have the disposal for thi'dwnW of a six-cylinder seven-passenger, Studebaker automobile, which "ni be sold by July 1st " ''?' ".?. This car originally cost "$1, l7 tf.bb; has only been used two 'years, has' just been rebuilt entirely, "at a coV of $265.00, including 88 new parts! repainting and new top, and a new Willard Battery. There is with the car about $175.00 worth of extras, including extra rlmifr, steel tool boxes, engine pump," Chains, tires, etc., also the slightly worft pa'rla taken out when the car was rebu'-lt, and which may all be tised-agaJn in case of emergency. - . . This car must be seen to -,b t preciated, and it may toe $een demonstrated at any time. ' ' This car will be offered at private'-' sale for a few days, but if rot Mi by July 1st, first Monday, then it will be sold at auction to the highest bid der, for cash in hand, at the court house in Greenevile, jtt 12:00 o'clock noon. New is the chance to get a first class automobile st a real bargain, one that will give you all the service and pleasure of a new one for less than half the "cost Don't fail to investigate this; it is a good investoent even if you do not need a tar. F. A. ROSENBLATT.