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The Greeneville Daily Sun, Friday, August 23, 1918.
THREE L t it . I . ' I " ' " - - i : The OMest MILLER'S Drug. Store rEKTY-FIVE YEARS UNDER KASAGEKEST We Make Prescriptions A Specialty Two Registered Pharmacists Toilet 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 MILLER'S Learn the Way LIMESTONE LOCAL and PERSONAL A few of those slippers left in Bit- ner's cost sale. Chuckey, Tenn. We have decided to close out our stock of men's hats at cost. C. W. Bitner & Son, Chuckey, Tenn. Mr. Chas. F. Miller returned Tburs day evening from a visit with his sister in Jefferson county. Mr. Roy Holley has returned from Akron, Qhio., where he has been em ployed in the B. F. Goodrich factory for two months past. There are a number of other Greeneville young men in Akron, and he tells us they are all getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Earnest will go to Bristol Saturday morning, driv ing through in their automobile, and will spend the week-end with relar tives in the Twin City. Mr. G. W. Hankal has purchased the W. R. Bullen farm, known as the old John McCampbell (home, just west, of town. This Is one of the best small farms in this section. Hon. John T. Phillips has accepted a position in Jacksonville, Fla., we are informed, and expects to leave in a few days for tjhat city. He may remove his family also within a short time. Mr. Clarence Trim, who has been traveling the state of South Carolina in the interest of Tone-Um Co., of Knoxville, is spending the week with home folks and friends in Greeneville. Mr. Fain Yost left Thursday on a visit to his wife and little son, who are spending the month with relatives in Kentucky. County Register S. D. Thacker has purchased the old McKee homestead on West Irish street, the considera tion being $3,000. We are informed that it is Mr. Thacker's intention to improve the property at an early date and move his family here from Baileyton. Mr. Dixie Snapp is here from Pitts burg, spending the week with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Gass, on Highland avenue. He will visit his parents at St. Paul, Va., next week before returning to his- duties with the Pennsylvania Railway in Pitts burg. Your attention is jcalled again to the special sale announced today by the Riser Shoe & Clothing Co. This company don't believe in waiting un til the season is over before they offer bargains in seasonable goods they are cutting the price on Ijhe very ar ticles you need during this hot sum mer weather. Visit their store Fri day and Saturday and let them show you what they are offering this week. Mrs. Eunice Culver came down from Johnson City and was th guest of Greeneville and Tusculum friends several days this week. Mrs. Stewart Lamons, of Norfolk, Va., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lamons, on West Main street. Mrs. George E. Miller and little daughter are at home from a visit to friends in Chattanooga and Knoxville. Mrs. Jake Carter is reported quite ill of typhoid. Miss Mary Moore, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. W. Mitchell, has returned to her home at Rock Hill, S. C. Mr. W. R. Lowry received advices this morning of the safe arrival in France of his two sons, Messrs. Will and Ralph Lowry. Mr. J. B. Lyon arrived in Greene ville this morning, and will spend a day or two here with relatives and friends. Mr. Lyon has been making his home in Jacksonville, Fla., for the past eight years, where his chil dren have been located. He is now returning from a visit to his son, Hugh, who is in camp at Greenville, S. C, and also spent a few days with John M. Lyon and family in Burns ville, N. C. Prof. George W. Simmons, of Fay etteville, superintendent of Greene ville public schools eighteen tyears ago, spent a few hours in Greene ville with old acquaintances and friends one , day this week. Prof. Simmons spoke of the many improve ments made in our town since he left. He was frank to state that he would not have known the place had he been dropped from a balloon or side tracked here in some other mysteri ous manner. He said he would al ways have a warm spot in his heart for the good people of Greeneville. The Boy Scouts are expected home today from their week's hike through the mountains. Mrs. Edna Vaughn, of Athens, is visiting at the home of Captain Mar shall. Mr. D. F. Bolton spent some days last weeK looking over farm property in McMinn and Rradl Mr. Bolton is an extensive dairyman and being hampered by lack of land enough for his purposes, is looking out. to see if he could better him self. J. B. Moore, Esq., is a business visitor in Flag Pond and locality. J. A. Squibb died of typhoid fever last Wednesday night, after an ill ness lasting only a few days. Mr, Squibb was a good citizen and wil be greatly missed. He was proprietor of the Squibb Flouring Mills, besides owning a good farm. He was buried at Oakland cemetery, Rev. Holt con ducting the services. Mr. Squibb's family consisted of wife, one daugh ter, Mrs. C. D. Williams; II. P. Squibb, near Clear Spring; John Squibb, in the army; Dee and Bell, at home. Dr. George Williams and family are spending some days at the home of J. M. Williams, (his brother. Dr, Williams has been at the bedside of his brother-in-law, J, A. Squibb. T. E. Shanks has an epidemic of whooping cough, since all the eight little Shanks have it. Mrs. Nannie Royston Cochran has just received a card that her Son, Willie Royston, 27th infantry, has landed safely in Serbia. J. J. M. WAR MAPS We have the latest war maps, showing the present battle line where the American boys are fighting in France, together with full detailed information concerning the European countries now at war. We are going to close out these maps at actual cost while they last. The re tail price is $1. We are going to sell them for 48c. 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 that are going to be sold regardless of value. See Troy Vann last of the week and he will show you through. 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. 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 ready for business the last of the week. Everything will go at jobbers' prices. T. C. VANN. The special sale on Blouses and Shirts for boys Friday and Satur day of this week at the Kiser Shoe & Clothing Co. should appeal to all the boys and young men in this sec- Mr. Frank Campbell left Wednes day for San Diego, Cal., where' he will enter tfie navy training quarters. tlon. Don't fail to drop in and take Frank volunteered several weeks ago ja look at them Friday and Saturday, and only received his orders to re-j Special Sale! Special Sale! Fri- w f th nresent week. i day and baturday Kiser Shoe 7V1 V v w Clothing Co. With the high prices on everything just now, it behooves you to save every penny you can, so Mr. Pat Harison has returned to Johnson City; after spending his va-( cation with his parents and friends j don't miss the big sale this week at on the Bouth side of the river. j Riser's. Vann Bros, have McCaskey's Reg ister, Cash Register, Show Cases, arge Coffee Mills, Cheese Cutters and Cases, two Soda Fountains, Office Chairs, Dining Chairs and lots of other fixtures too numerous to mention tyiat are going to be sold regardless of value. See Troy Vann last of the week and he will show you through. NOTICE. Having bought the Busy Bee Res taurant, this is to notify all creditors that they must presents their ;ac counts at once. T. C. VANN. This July 26, J918. OAKLAND rain now, Wc are having some which is needed badly. Rev. Holt preached here yesterday to a large crowd. Mr. Aiken Squibb, who I reported last week as having typhoid fever, died last Wednesday night and was buried here Thursday afternoon. He leaves a wife, four sons and one daughter to mourn his loss. Mr. Charlie Dyer, wife and son, from Johnson City, spent Sunday at Will Dyer's, Several from around here attend ed the ice cream supper at Jockey Saturday night. Mr. Will Jones was visiting at J. F. Hensley's Saturday. Mr. Charlie Henson and mother spent Saturday night and Sunday at Frank Campbell's. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Chase took din-1 nor at VV. C. Guinn's Sundav. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Fel lers, the 17th, a son. Miss Myrtle Baskett spent Satur day night with Mae Collins. Mr. W. A. Hensley and daughter returned to their home at Rockford, Saturday, after spending three weeks with relatives here. Miss Mary Campbell spent Satur day night with Rate Carson. Mrs. Emmet Lyon and daughter, Helen, spent Friday afternoon at S. B. Morelock's. Rev. Harris will begin a revival meeting here tomorrow night (Tues-"y). Mrs. Will Harris is on ' the sick ist. Mr. Herman and Charlie Whitaker attended Sunday school and preach ing at Providence Sunday afternoon. Mr. John Squibb, from Camp Gor don, has been home on a short furlough. Several from around here are plan ning to attend the annual camp meet ing at Sulphur Springs, beginning Friday and continuing over Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Aiken and , children were visiting at Ben Ht'nsley's Frl day. ROSE. inn r-TTn n i M is it u-'7 it 1 1 .7. V & hf niirr5' hoM AmtritlRi Urn U ES?Ms la lay rvprrieiice whlrk I have found o valuable aa orniplo Ua-ftBatel Iron," aaya Ir. Jararu Franct Sullivan, fonnrrl phralclaa ! Bellenrf Ilo.pltaJ Outdoor Dept.), New York, and the We.trtwVer Co" ty UortUL luxated Iron often Increaaea the atreagth and eadoranee ( weak, Berron ran-down people la two weeks' time. It la w being used by erer three anUIIon people aannallr, Including; aneh men aa Hon. LeaUe M. Skaw, forme Secretary of the Treannry. and ex-Governor of Iowa former raited State Senator Richard Rolland Kenney of Delaware, at areaent Major of the V. t Army General John I.. Clem (Retired), the drummer boy at Saltan, whs waa ecraeant la the V. 8. nny when only 13 yeara of aef alaa t'nlrf Stntee Jndre G. W. Atklnaon of the Conrt of tfalme of anhlnartoa aaj ether ttuxatcd Iron U dUoenacd by U coed, Ur3arrUta rorrwnem. RETURNS TO FLORIDA. A. H. Fillers and wife, wjho mo tored from Florida in June to Greene ville, Tenn., passed through Rnox ville yesterday on their return by auto the Miami, where Mr. Fillers is engaged in school work. They have been visiting at home for the past two months, and are just now returning to Mr. Filler's place of work, ready for the opening of school. Rnoxville Journal and Tribune. LIBERTY Last call for the Summer Clearance Sale at Mis Sallie Bohannon's Fri day and Saturday. All cummer Dress, Piece Goods and Millinery at almost your own price. Annual Meeting Holiness Tabernacle We had a fine rain in this section of country Sunday. - Mr. and Mrs. Oda Moore spent Sat urday night with Denia Broyles and wife, near Pilot Hill. Messrs. Ross, Bruce and W. D. Copp, Lacy and James Giiton, J. S. and S. H. Burgess, M. F. Dunbar and George Broyles, Prof. Oda Moore made a business trip to Johnson City Friday. ' ' Master Walter Bowman and your scribe made a trip to your town last Thursday. Prof. Crofford Burgess made his regular trip to the north side of the river Sunday. The Liberty council No. 240, Jr. 0. U. A. M., will meet in their hall Friday night, August 23. All the members are requested to be pres ent, ' t , Rev. J. S. Burgess will preach at Mrs. Carl Armitage has been quite the past wecjj, but is reported ill much improved. SINGING CONVENTION. There will be a singing convention at Pleasant Hill church in the First district, near Horse Creek, on Satur day, September 7, 1918. All-day service and dinner on the ground. All singing classes are invited to come and take part. FULLEN ROBERTS, Pres. CAL JENNINGS, Sec. August 19, 1917. The annual meeting at the Holiness nl 1 I. f . a. nj, ml I xauernacie win uegin oepi. win, me this place next Saturday night. same leaders we nau last year will i be in charge Revs. Huff and Yates Rev. George Dunbar will preach at Green Ridee the first Sundav in Everybody is cordially invited to ' c, ntpmbor Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Shelton passed through this place Sunday. Elbert says he is eoine to the armv before 1 M 111" wme anu pray ior an oia-time, jong Holy uhost revival. attend. Ministers and other 'workers - will be entertained, as far as -pos sible, free of charge. LeROY McWHORTER. Yann 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 ready for business the last of the week. Everything will go at jobbers' prices.. T. C. VANN. Moody Burgess and mother, Mrs. Mary George, called on Elijah Stan ton Sunday, near the bend of the river. Messrs. Walt Gray and Bob Camp bell, of the north side of the river, were in this place Sunday. Bay, by the way, your scribe will have to register September 5th, but he is willing to do his bit to help win the war. GRAY HEAD. att&bt CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT. NOTICE TO LIBERTY BOND SUBSCRIBERS There will be services at the Ad ventist church on West Main stree't, Greeneville, Tenn., on Sunday, Au- 1 -Aist 25, 1918, at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 .rl j ij t... tit t rr i: p. m., cunuutieu vy vy. r. iviiowung, in the interest of the Freewill Bap tists. Final installment payments are past due. The bonds are here and you will please make final payment on subscriptions and get your bonds. The First National Bank T. D. BRABSON, Cashier FARM FOR SALE BY OWNER 83 acres on grand pike in Mouse Creek Valley, 5 miles from Athens. Land lays well with some good bot tom, splendid spring near house; two good orchards, one new 5-room bungalow house, one big old log barn and other outbuildings. On easy terms. Will sell crop, stock and tools. Price $3,500. Write Jesse Wattenbarger, Niota, Tenn, Route No. 1. 4t wkly 120 dly 2 wks. Special Sale For School Boys Friday, BEGINNING August 23rd AND CONTINUING 10 DAYS We Will Of fer Everything Boys' Wear At Reduced Prices During This Sale 10 Per Cent Off On All Boys' Suits including New Styles just in the house. Don't fail to take advantage of this offer. ' Suits $3- to $16 & SPECIAL CAP SALE One lot Caps. 50c to 75c values, at special price 39c One lot 75c to $1.50 Caps, all sies, at 69c j (See Window) SPECIAL SALE ON BOYS' BLOUSES AND SHIRTS. (See Window) One lot Boys' $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts, all sizes, at 79c One lot Blouses, all sizes, 75c to $1.00 values, at 69c We carry the largest line of Boys' Goods in town. Come early while you can find sizes and styles. IT W iser 5iioe & uomin Mason Block, Main Street