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The Greensville Daily Sun, Friday, August 16. 1913.
f- Oldest Oil CTTTf-FilE TUBS WB SHE KJUIACEKEKT We Make Prescriptions A Specialty Two Registered Pharmacists Tojlct Articles and Druggist Sundries We are open for business six days a week, but are glad to fill emergency calls on Sundays. The Drug Store ffllLLER'S Learn the Way GREENE VILLE LOCAL and Mrs. A. J. Patterson is spending the day at Chuckey. Mr. Will Bailey, of Knoxville, is visiting friends in the city. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rhea, on the 15th, a daughter. Mrs. F. A. Vann is reported quite ill at her home on Main street. Mr. Victor Hacker, of Knoxville, is the guest of his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Joe Hacker. Miss Fannie Jones, of Greeneville, is the guest of Miss Georgia Carson. Morristown Daily 'Mail. Miss Dana Woodyard has returned from Athens, where she attended the Epworth League convention. Miss Pearl Wilhoite, of Greene ville, is the guest of Miss Lily Wad dell. Morristown Daily Mail. , ' Miss Ella Harrold left yesterday for Bridgeport, Ala., where she will send two weeks with friends. Mr. C. E. Thomas, of Charlotte, N.' C, is spending a few days the guests of relatives in the city. Miss Eva Palmer left Tuesday for Bristol, where she will attend the wedding of Miss Sara Keebler. ' Mr. C. Austin leaves Saturday for North Carolina, where he will spent " several weeks on the tobacco mar kets. Mr. and. Mrs. James M. Morey cel ebrated their golden wedding anni versary at Greystone on last Tues day. Mrs.' Hannah Armitage will leave the first bf the week for Norfolk, Va., to visit her daughter,, Mrs. Samuel Bright This section was visited by a good Tain Thursday night, which was worth many thousands of dollars to Greene county. Mr. N. A. Hawkins and son, George, have returned from a visit with Mr. Harold Hawkins, of Chat: tanooga. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Bell, of Chi cago, 111., arrived in the city Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John VMeAmis. The subscription price of the Daily Sun is only $3 a year. This is about half what other daily papers are get ting at this time. Paymaster E. M. Hacker, of the U. S. navy, is expected to arrive in Greeneville this week for a short visit to his parents and friends. LIBERTY BOND HOLDERS Final payment and interest on all THIRD LIB ERTY BOND subscriptions will be due August 15th. Please send the amount you owe by the 14th, so same can be forwarded to Atlanta by the 15th. Interest on $100.00 bond will be $1.13. Please be prompt in sending in this payment. The First National Bank T. D. BRABSON, Cashier AND VICINITY PERSONAL FOUND Set automobile curtains, five pieces, on Jones' Bridge road. Call at Sun office. dly wkly Rev. and Mrs. John S. Eakin and family will arrive in the city Tues day and will visit with friends in the city for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. B. Harry Dobson left today for Knoxville, where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Rader for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kite arrived home Saturday from a trip through East Tennessee, and are visiting rela tives near Baileyton this week. Mrs. W. G. Wetmore and niece, Miss Margarette Lott, of Meridian, Miss., are guests of Judge and Mrs. W. H. Piper, on North Main street. Mr. J. B. Wilson, the popular pre scription clerk at the Central Drug Store No. 1, is to spend his vacation with friends in Chattanooga and At lanta. Mrs. N. A. Hawkins and daughter, Mary Ruth, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hawkins and qhildren spent Sunday at Chuckey, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Campbell. Get the' latest war .maps with the Daily Sun one year. This offer only lasts while the present supply of maps hold out The maps alone are worth one dollar, so in taking advantage of the combination offer you are real ly getting the sam. special rate on the Daily Sun. Vann Bros.' line of Groceries, Toilet Articles, Medicines) Hardware, Store Fixtures, and everything s it takes to make up a good store, now being straightened out in the room vacated by Venn's Cafe, and will be ready for business the last of the week. Everything will go at jobbers' Prices. T. C. VANN. MOVED. I am now located at the old "Busy Bee stand, on Depot street, where I am better prepared to serve my customers. Come and see me. 116 6t CANNON'S CAFE. IMPORTANT. Registration Notice for August 24, 1918. On August the 24th there will be held in the rooms of the Local Ex emption Board for Greene county, Tennessee, registration for alh young men who have become 21 years of age since June 6, 1918. LOCAL BOARD FOR GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE, Greeneville, Tenn. Boy Loses Foot The little son of Mrs. Lula Jeffers, residing in the Seventh district of the county, had bis foot fceVerad above the ankle by a mowing ma chine, one day this week. The little fellow was moking and had stopped to clean off the knives of the ma chine; Standing directly in front of the machine at the time.the horse be came frightened and pulled the ma chine forward, severing the boy's foot The young man's father was killed in a saw mill accident about three years ago near the same place. LETTER FROM SOLDIER. Camp Upton, July 18, 1918. Mrs. E. H. Broyles, Dear Mamma and Homefolks Just a few lines tonight to let you know that I am well and got here all 0. K. I enjoyed my trip just the best in the world. We left here on July 16th at 3 o'clock p. m. We gojt here the 18th at 8:30 a. m. Some ride. We came through North Car olina, Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and New York. Saw the white house and the capitol. Stopped at W. D. C. one hour. Baltimore and Philadelphia, we suri saw lots, t wish you all could have taken the trip with me. The Red Cross gave peaches, cake, tea and chewing gum and cigarettes at every big town. They sure treated us nice, but we are in barracks now and we have got the finest water I ever drank. It is colder than the ice water we had in South Carolina. would have liked to have seen you all before I left, but the call of our coun try forbid it I would have wrote for you all to come to the camp to see. me if sister had not been so very sick, but it would not have done any good, for I will be back for good pretty soon. I do not know how long we will be here, but the sooner we cross the sooner we will win the war Take good care of yourself and do not worry about me, for I will be at home some day. If you -do anything, just raise me some chickens and keep my cow and calf for me, so I can go to housekeeping when I get back. How much wheat did you all have? Are the crops good this year? If you do not hear from me you will know that I am on my way to France. Write me as often as you can. Love to one and all. I will close as I a mtired and sleepy. Your loving son and brother, PRV. MARRON E. BROYLES, Co. H, 322nd Infantry, Camp Upton, N. Y. Vann Bros.' line of Groceries, Toilet Articles, Medicines, "Hardware, Store Fixtures and everything it takes to- make up a good store, now being straightened out in the room vacated by Vann's Cafe, and will be read' for business the last of the week. Everything will go at jobbers' prices. T. C. VANN. NOTICE TO RED CROSS SEWERS By advice from divisional head Quarters, the sewine room at Greeneville will be closed during Au gust and September, the present sup ply of garments warranting such ac tion. Persons having garments out may return them, when finished, to Mr. Gouchenour, Post Office, and if further supplies be needed by those finishing work, or by those who may be especially desirous of continuing work at home, they may be had on application to Mrs. John A. Park; Main street FARMERS' RALLY . AT SULPHUR SPRINGS The Farmers' Union picnic will be held at Sulphur Springs, south of the river, Tuesday, August 20th. The following gentlemen will address the meeting: Capt. T. F. Peck, ex-commissioner of agriculture; Senator J, H. Hoffman, state .president; Hon. Phil S. Taylor and county agents. Have the meeting announced at all churches. Don't fail to attend the meeting. Music and dinner on the ground. M, A. BARNETT, State Commissioner. Vann Bros, have McCaskey's Reg ister, Cash Register, Show Cases, large Coffee Mills, Cheese Cutters and Cases, two Soda Fountains, Office Chairs, Dining Chairs and lots of other fixtures too numerous to mention tiat are going to be sold regardless of value. See Troy Vann last of the week and he will show you through. Tusculum Notes Miss Myrtle Britton, who was a student in college here last year, was here Thursday, engaging a room pre paratory to entering college Septem ber 3rd. The prospect is flattering for a good school. - ' r John Woody, of Del Rio, Cocke county, father of J. L. Woody, our up-street merchant, is here for a short visit to the family of his son Prof. T. S. Rankin was a business visitor in Knoxville Thursday. Patton Walters, a former student in college here, who is now engaged in business in Knoxville, is here for a visit wih his sister, Mrs. G. W. Winkle. John Howell, who is in the U. S. service, located in Maryland, is here with his parents on a short furlough John is very much pleased with the position he holds in the service. Mrs. William Strlckler, who has been in the Greeneville hospital for ten days past for an operation, was released from the hospital Thursday and she came to the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Howell, at this place. Her operation was very successful and as a -result her condition is very much improved. ' Miss Bertha Doak, who has a lim ited number of students that she is directing in music assisted by these students, gav.e a recital at her Jiome Thursday evening in the presence of a large number of invited guests Miss Bertha is greatly pleased with the manner in which her students have improved in the art in the short time that she has instructed them. A much needed rain came to this section Thursday night, which will be of untold good. Corn and tobacco have been damaged by the drouth and pasture has been cut short. Prof, and Mrs. J. B. Brooks, rep resenting the Mt Hebron congrega tion, passed through here yesterday enroute to Mt. Zion church, where there was a session of the East Ten iitss Christian Endeavor societies of the United Brethren church. The field secretary of the societies, whose home is in Chattanooga, attended the meeting and gave a very elaborate report of his work during the past year. ' J. R. T. . rMr..,and Mrs., George S. Bales and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Bales, of Mountain View,' Okla.; arrived Thurs day morning, and will ' spend two Weeks with relatives and friends in Greene county. They made the trip through the country by automobile, and report short crops throughout she entire section they traveled on account of the drouth. The wheat crop in Oklahoma, he states, was a complete failure, and the corn crop will be cut very short Cotton had not suffered to any great extentwhen he left, but was needing rain badly. Mr. Bales has friends throughout this section, who will be glad to know that he (has been very successful since he went west, sixteen years ago. - 13th DISTRICT. ' I hope to give the readers of the Daily Sun a few items from this place. The health of this community is very good at tjhis writing. My, my, but we are needing rain. I am afraid if it doesn't soon rain corn and tobacco will be short Mrs. R. N. McAdams, of Rheatown, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J, T. Eng lish. Mr. and Mrs. Delia Kilgore and family, of Knoxville, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Nave this week. Mr. Ed. Dobson and family were out in their new car Sunday after noon. Mrs. N. M. Goode spent Sunday with Mrs. J. T. English. Mrs. R. N. McAdams and Mrs. Drew Hawk and little son spent Mon day very pleasantly at the home of Mrs. J. W. Goode. Mrs. C. W. Bible is on the sick list 'Little Miss Cora Goode spent the week-end in Greeneville with her aunt Mrs. Cannon. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson, of Morristown, called on J. T. English and family Sunday. Miss Blanche Litton, of Greene ville, is visiting Mrs, Ed Dobson. Mr. Dan Marrow was all smiles Sunday afternoon. Success to the Sun and its many readers. JACK. Ernest Williamson Writes From France July 4, 1918. Dear Mother and Father : I haVe a holiday today, so will write you for I know that back in the States they are having a great time celebrating the glorious fourth. Only wish we could all be back, but we can't leave here until w'e can give all the allies a day which they can look back to in the years to come as the day when the whole world , was freed from militarism. I received your letter written May 21st. It was the first one you wrote after I left camp, but was glad to get it, even if it was delayed. It takes about one month for a letter to reach us, for some ships that carry mail are so much slower than others that one letter may reach us before another, which was written a week sooner, but we are just glad to hear any way they come. I am well satisfied here at my work. Of course, you know, an auto or truck is home to me and to have the opportunity of working on them is like home work. I have been thinking of the days past this morning. One year ago I was on the farm helping win the war one way, and now I am over here helping in another way. And to think one month ago I left the States. I can't realize that it has been that long. Seems more like a dream to me. I hope how Soon we get the Hun put out of business so we can return to the States. I am writing only on one side of this paper, for if the censor should cut put anything it wouldn't cut out on other side. We had a parade and passed in review today; then the rest of the day we had off. Will close for this time, with lovei and best wishes, from Your son, er:J:st Williamson. - ROUTE 12 The health of our community is very good at the present. Sergt. G. M. Johnson, of Camp Se vier, Greenville, S. C, has returned to camp after spending a few pleas ant days with homefolks. j Mr. Moss, of Route 15, dined with Mr. and Mrs. James Hensley Wed nesday. Mr. J. D.' Marshall and Mr. W. B. Johnson attended the Holmes meet ing conducted by Mr. W. B. Johnson at Mr. Anderson Holt's. The meet ing Was well attended and enjoyed by all,. The infant daughter of Mr. ana1 Mrs. Ben Auldredge was buried at Piney Grove Thursday. The bereaved parents have our sympathy. Mrs. Lizzie Philips and Mrs. Fanny Ricker and infant daughter called on Mrs. Dora Kurkendoll Tuesday even ing. Miss Tressie Wilhoite spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ricker and family. Mrs. Lindy Carlisle called on Mrs. Maud Wilhoite Sunday evening. Mr. and "Mrs. Joe Fillers, of John son City, spent a few days with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fillers. Mr. Tom Cutshall and family vis ited Mrs. Catherine Mysinger Sun day. Mr. K. M. Johnson took a fine load of peaches to town one day last week. Mr. Dock Jqhnson is still threshing wheat. Mr. Lafollett sold two fine calves Friday. Mr. Sam Lamons ,of Greeneville, spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Johnson. ! Mr. James Johnson and brother, Mat, from Camp Sevier, motored to Greeneville Tuesday. A good rain was welcomed by all Thursday evening. Mr. B. H. Hensley was enroute to church Sunday, accompanied ty Mr. Miller and report a good time. Our school at Sulphur Springs is progressing nicely with Mrs. Brooks as teacher. Success to the Sun, and its many readers, JUNK MAN. Government Send An Urgent Call The President of the Civil Servics Commission recently wired: "Need for stenographers and typ ist at Washington grows. more sutt daily. Increase effort all possible." The Government and business con cerns are short five hundred thousand bookkeepers and stenocraDhers. and are offering beginners salaries never before heard of. The Government drafted our civil service bookkeeping set, and about EIGHTY-FIVE per cent of the Gov ernment's stenographers write th Shorthand system that we teach THE BEST evidence that our courses are THE BEST. Take, BY MAIL, our eight weeks' Civil Service-Mercantile-Bookid-pniiW Course or our Simplified Sh&rthahoi course, the latter course cdiislstiri of THIRTY LESSONS, and we guar- antee you from ?85 to $125 a moiith as soon as you qualify. Money back if not satisfied. Two hundred thou sand satisfied, .money-making former students. Clip, fill out and send us the following coupon: COUPON DRAUGHON'S COLLEGE, , Nashville, Tenn. I Send me, FREE, your book on Home Study, and tell me about your new plan of teaching the plan whereby it is EASY to learn, BY MAIL, Bookkeeping, Short hand, Penmanship, etc. This no tice was clipped from The Sun, Greeneville, Tenn. Yours truly, (Name) (Address) Vann Bros, have McCaskey's Rsg ister, Cash Register, Show Cases, large Coffee Mills, Cheese Cutters and Cases, two Soda Fountains, Office Chairs, Dining Chairs and lots of other fixtures too numerous to mention that are going to be sold regardless of value. See Troy Vann last pf the week and he will show you through. FOR SALE: Eight bushels of Rye, Durham heifer calf and a good family mare. W.MXOONTZ, near Tusculum. ROUTE TWO. 4 .. Rev. A. A. Newman preached a very interesting sermon Sunday to a large congregation at Whittenburg church. Messrs. Rob Link and Herbert De Vault spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. H. T. Easterly. Mr. Harrison Bacon, one of our best young farmers, was married to Miss Carrie Rkker Sunday, the 11th, at the home of the bride, near Hart man's church. Our best wishes to the happy couple for a long and prosperous life. ' Mrs. Nannie Talley arid daughter, Margaret, of Newport, spent last week visiting friends of this place and was accompanied home by Mrs. J. P. Easterly. Mrs. W. B. Ellison and children are spending this week with relatives in Parrottsville. MABEL BELL. Exvd For HLJ Maternal Instinct Greatly Developed If Teaching Children to Lor their DH The little child's doll It mother to the most romantic fairy. And in the year that pass, the doll fades Into the petals f a June roue, to evolve the most wondrous of all transformations. i And now comet a more terlons period when the Joy of real laotberbood should be as tranquil a befit effort can provide. This Is accomplished with a wonderful rem. dy known as Mother's Friend. An external application so penetrating In Its nature aa to thoroughly lubricate the myriad network of eords, tendons, nerves and muscles just beneath the skin of the abdomen. It relieves the tension, prevents Underneaa ,xnd pain at the crisis and enables the ab domen to expand gently. The muscle con tract naturally after baby arrive and the form is thus preserved. It should be applied dally, t'.ght and warn ing, during the period of expectancy. ' By regular use it enabiee the mtxlomen to ex pand without the usual strain when baby ts born. Naturally, pain and danger at the crista is less. You win And Mother's Friend on sale at every drug store. It ts prepared m!y by the Bradiield KeguUtor Co, Lamar Bldg Atlanta, tia. They will aend you an Instructive "Motherhood hook" without charge. Write them to mail It to you. Do But nejeiei-t for a slnr!e moriiing or night to ute Mother'e Friend. Obtain a bottle from your dnnrSst today by all menns. and tbns totX'Jf yowif agal&it caia ft4 discomfort