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The Greeneville Daily Sun, Friday, August 30, 1918. Catarrh is a Real Enemy and Requires Vigorous Treatment Do Not Neglect It. . When you ust medicated sprays, atomizers and douches for your Ca tarrh, you may succeed in unstopping the choked-up air passages for the time being, but this annoying condi tion returns, and you have to do the iamo thing over and over again. t Ca arrh has never yet been cured by these local applications. Have you ever experienced any real benefit from euch treatment? ROUTE 6 Those who took dinner at the home of R, B. Hankins Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Bohannon, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hankins and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stines, Mrs. Vergie Ross and children, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hankins and Messrs. Jack HankinS and Clarence Bebbar. I Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Fort ner, on August 25th, twin boys, which will bear the name of Herland and Harland. ; Mr. Bob Brown and Miss Janie Briton, Mr. Troy Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swinney motored to the power dam Sunday afternoon. ' 5 Miss Eileen Fortner spent Satur day night with Miss Almina Scott. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. O'Dell and children, Tom and Marjory, are vis iting friends in North Carolina. I One of J. G. Fortner's twin babies died and was buried at Fair View Monday. The bereaved parents have Our sincere sympathy. Mother and the other baby are doing nicely. tj ' " " - News is teal scarce this week. ; FLIRT. All Kinds of Blanks Now On Hands This office has all kinds of blanks, for use of merchants, on hands and can send them by mail upon request. Sugar blanks, flour blanks, egg blanks for candling and also for customer. The sugar blanks are 50c per hundred. The other blanks are only 25c per hundred. I AT THE PRINCESS o -0 FRIDAY Tom Mix in "Ace High." SATURDAY Emily Stevens in "A Man's World." MONDAY Eddie. Polo in "The Bulls ; Eye," Episode No. 8. TUESDAY Mme. Petrova in "The Life Mask." WEDNESDAY Jack Pickford in "His Majesty, Banker Bean." TO EGG PACKERS AND SHIPPERS 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. Tails Hfiosit BaMss !ntarraGrcW Listeners WhoProfi it by Her YVUdom and Experience. Ia almost anv crnnmnnlty there is a srrand- rna who know Mother'! Friend. Not only la the reminiscent of her own experience, but It was throufrh her recommendation, that eo man expectant mothers derived the com fort and blessing1 of thia famora remedy. Mother's Friend is an external application prepared especial!? for expectant mothers after the formula of a noted family physi cian. It certainly baa a wonderful effect In relieving tension brought about by ex panding muscles, and ia a moat rateful erv conrarcment to tha woman awaiting moth erhood. Tha action of Mother's Friend makes tha muscles free, pliant and responsive. When baby arrives they expand easily, end pain and danger at the crisis is naturslly less. Strain upon the nerves and ligaments Is lessened and in place of a period of discom fort and consequent dread, it Is a season of ca!m repose and happy anticipation. Mother's Friend enables tho mother to pre rva her health and natural grace and she remain a pretty mother by having avoided the psln and suffering which more orren than otherwise accompanies such an occasion "when nature ia unaided. Write the Bradfleid Regulator Co., Lamar Bid,, Atlanta, Ga., for their "Moth, erhood Book," so valuable to expectant moth er, and in the meantime do not hv any chance fnll to purchase a bottle of Mother's Friend from the d ru prist and thus fortify yourwlf a!n.t pain and di.-vomfort. Moth er's Friend should he applied nigrut ami pioro liif witlj the utmost reularitr Throw these makeshift remedies to the winds, and get on tho right treat ment. Gd to your drug store to-day, get a bottle of S. S. and commence a treatment that has -been praised by sufferers for nearly half a century. S. S. S. gets right at the source of Catarrh, and forces from the blood the germs which cause the disease, You can obtain special medical advicc regarding your own case without charge by writing to Medical Direc tor, 22 Swift Laboratory. Atlanta, Ga. , SINKING SPRING Rev. Sowers preached an interest ing sermon to an attentive congre gation here Sunday. . His next ap pointment here on the second Sun day at 3 o'clock in the afternoon will be filled by some one else while he goes to another place in the synod to preach. During the storm which visited our section last Monday afternoon Elmer Robinson received an electric shock by being in contact with a wire which communicated a bolt. He was knocked senseless for a short while, but regained consciousness and was apparently all right in a few hours. The ice cream supper Ssturckiy night at Midway was a success. We had a liberal crowd as well as a hun gry one for ice cream, leaving with us $58.25. We are thankful to those who patronized us, also to those who lent us a helping hand. Our regret is that we did not have enough cream and were not able to accommodate the visitors we would have done. A bell for the school building has been ordered out of the proceeds. Mrs. Elmer Robinson was sick and under the care of a physician this week. Dr. I. B. Brown was called to see Minnie Bible Sunday afternoon. She is in very poor health. G. Live Dyers " Tf LEAN , Cleaners-- We Dye, Clean, Press and alter Clothing at any time. We Clean and Re block hats. Coy W. Black Main Street Miller's Antiseptic Oil Known As Accomplishing Most Wonderful Results. I want to thank you for your won derful oil, states Mr. J. C. Gibson, of Jonesboro, Ark. My little girl was very low with diphtheria; I had given her two doses of medicine which cost me $10, with no results. I bought a 30-cent bottle of your oil and one application relieved her. Now she is well. It is the greatest remedy I ever saw. Mr. Gibsor made this statement before hundred: of people. Mrs. Florence Meager. 234 Whitney street, Hartford, Conn writes: "I have used your Anti septic Oil for neuralgia with gooc! effects. Only thing I have ever tried that stopped the pain immediately.'' Mrs Williams, Gadsden, Aa., writes "I have used your great pailn oil for rheumatism, stiff joints, also foi sore throat, and I want to sny that it ia the greatest remedy I ever tried I recommend it to all sufferers.' Many cures reported daily from thousands of grateful users of thh wonderful oil. Every bottle guaran teed. SOc, 60c rnd $1 a bottle, or money refunded ly Central Drug Co.. Greeneville, Tenn. SNAKE OIL German Manpower Less Than That Of United States Estimates available at the war de partment fhow a great contrast in the manpower of the United States and Germany and the demands that war has made upon the fighting forces of the two countries. .. These contrast figures appear in the subjoined and it must be remembered the figures are based upon more than four years of war for Germany and almost one and a half years for the United States. Germany. Called to colors 10,900,000 Ages in call ' 18 to 50 Percentage of power called 70 Losses . 4,760,000 Manpower still available. 5,340,000 United States. Called to colors' 5,000,000 Ages in call 18 to 45 Percentage of power called 21.30 Losses 24,052 Manpower still available .18,000,000 t " ' " Kingsport Visitors Here Tonight This afternoon and tonight Greene ville. chapter No 35, R. A. M., will confer all four degrees on nine can- untaxes mm jungsport. ine candi I'll fl tf i ml i dates, with other prominent Masons of Kingsport, will motor over, re turning late tonight or Saturday morning. . Germany Has Not Agreed AMSTERDAM, Aug. 30. Ger many has not fully acquiesced in the Spanish proposals regarding .subma rine warfare, according to a semi official dispatch from Berlin today. It was stated further negotiations will be undertaken. The Spanish steam er Carassa, of 2,099 tons, is reported to have been torpedoed and six of its crew drowned. AT NOON TODAY, DON'T FORGET At the noon minute today, and every day this year, men and wom en of Morristown are requested to stop wherever they are while church bells toll, to offer this simple prayer: "God bless our nation, our president, our army, our navy, bless and guide the allied forces to victory." Mor ristown Republican. If Morristown and most all other cities and towns throughout the coun try can observe the above, why not Greeneville? Government Sends An Urgent Call The President of the Civil Service Commission recently wired: "Need for stenographer and typ ists at Washington grow more acute daily. Increase effort all possible." The Government and business con cerns are short five hundred thousand bookkeepers and stenographers, and ire offering beginners salaries never before heard of. The Government drafted our civil service bookkeeping set. and about KIGIITY-FIVE per cent of the Gov ernment's stenographers write the Shorthand system that we teach THE PEST evidence that our courses re THE BEST. Take, BY MAIL, our eight weeks' Civil Service-Mercantile-Bookkeeping Course or our Simplified Shorthand Course, the letter course consisting f THIRTY LESSONS, and we guar ntee you from ?85 to $125 a month is soon as you qualify. Money back f not satisfied. Two hundred thou sand satisfied, money-making former tudents. Clip, fill out, and send us !.he following coupon: ' COUPON ! DRAUGHON'S COLLEGE, ! Nashville, Tenn.: Send me. FREE, your book on ! Home Study, and tell me about i your new plan of teaching the plan whereby it is EASY to learn, ! BY MAIL, "Bookkeeping, Fhort ' hand. Penmanship, etc. This no tice was clipped from The Sun, 1 Greeneville. Tenn. i Yours truly. (Name) (Address) Who Must Register The Next Time In order to straighten out many on the rules governing the next gen eral registration, we reproduce here the law regulating ttie ares coming under this general registration. As may be seen, all who have not arrived at the age of 46 before the day of registration, are required to register. The general impression has been that all who had reached the age of 45 years were exempted. This is not true you ,have to be 46 years of age before the day of registra tion in order to escape the draft. Following is the ruling: "All persons must register who shall have attained their 18th birth day and shall not have attained their 40th birthday on or before the day set by the President for registration. The only exceptions are: (A) Persons who, prior to the day set for registration by the Presi dent, have registered either under the terms of the Act approved May 18, 1917, or under the terms of the public resolution of Congress ap- puved May 20, 1918, whether called for service or not; (B) Officers and enlisted men of the regular army, officers appointed and men of the forces drafted under the provisions of the Act approved May 18, 1917; officers and enlisted men of the National Guard while in the service of the United States, and the officers of the Officers' Re serve Corps and enlisted men in the Enlisted Reserve Corps while in the service of the United States; and (C) Officers and enlisted men of the navy and marine corps, and of ficers and enlisted men and enrolled men of the Naval Reserve force and Marine Corps Reserve while in the service of the United States." Dr. S. E. Myers Severed Burned Dr. E. M. Myers, a well known physician of Bulls Gap, was badly burned at an early hour Sunday morning while pouring gasoline in his car tank, whicjh ignited from the lantern he carried with him. The members of the family were awakened by his calling for help, and on going to the garage found Dr. Myers fighting the fire which was spreading rapidly, and which he succeeded in extinguishing. Dr. Fox, of Greeneville, was called, who found it necessary to graft skin in places. Friends will regret to know that Dr. Myers will be confined to his home for possibly several months. Morristown Daily Mail. Public School Will Open On Next Tuesday We are requested lo state that the public schools will open on next Tuesday, notwithstanding the fact that rumors have been circulated to tjhe effect that the opening date had been postponed. Parents and children should make all necessary arrangements in ad vance and in this way avoid the rush that always necessarily comes on the opening day of school. Students that have been assigned to their grades for the coming year should ascertain the books that will be required and secure them before the rush comes. TJhis information may be ascertained at the Boyd Drug Co., where the books are on sale, provided you know where you have been assigned. WAR MAFS 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. A Want Ad in The Daily Sun is Read by more than Ten Thousand People. You can buy, sell, rent and find lost articles through our Want Column. One Cent a word. C E M C E M EN T ,; CEMENT We have just received a Car Load of Cement. Come and get yours before it is all gone. "LET'S GOP' Old Kaiser Bill stood on a hill And spoke unto his staff ; "Dose Yankee soldiers iss a choke Ha! Ha! It iss to laugh! Dey make good funs for all mine Huns, Chust cannon food, you know." And then a shout rang bravely out The Yanke trench: "LET'S GO!" 'Let's Go!" They went! A fighting host That stormed the deadly plain, That kicked the Boche from out his pits And kicked him once again. And when with terror struck he turned To flee this dreadful foe, Some raw, untrained, unkultured Yank Yelled, "At 'em boys! "LET'S GO!" "Let's Go!" They went! Right on the heels Of routed Huns in flight, With shouts and cheers and chorused jeers They begged: "Stand still and fight!" And Kaiser Bill upon the hill Looked on the plain below, And said: "Vass iss? More better I vas in Berlin! "LET'S GO!" Al. C. Joy, in S. F. Examiner. 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 Sewing 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 it, 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 Machines Thoroughly Repaired. My shop is now near Mohawk. Tenn. Any ma chines sent to me to repair should be sent to Mohawk, prepaidi Any ma chines brougnt to me to repair should bt hroucht to me. near Mohawk, on I Knoxville wagon roaa. My postoffice is Midway, Tenn., Rt 1. JOHN M. McKEE. 320 A - EN Our Cheap Column A Little Advertisment in this Column Will Bring Quick Results Ono Cent a Word. LOST Between Greeneville and Jones' Bridge on last Wednesday one-half bushel of Crimson Clover Seed bought by R. T. Woolscy, of Bird Bros. Hauled on Farnsworth truck. Finder will please return same to Bird Bros, and get pay for trouble. Mollie Harmon. LOST One 30x3 Diamond Casing, partly worn, Sunday afternoon be tween Highland Ave. and the cross roads on Jones' bridge pike. Finder will return to Ben II. Broyles, Route 10, and receive reward. COMING In All Its Entirety Spark World' Famous Show to . Visit Greeneville for On Day Only Two Exhibition. Four hundred people employed and carrying oyer 200 foreign and do mestic animals, is the statement made by Mr. E.' E. Ballinger, agent for the Sparks Shows, who was in town last Tuesday making , arrangements for the appearance of this big circus here on September 18th. The strange colony of people, tho handsome horses, rare wild animals and the golden caravans are sched uled to arrive here during the early hours of the morning of the above date in their own special trains from Lenoir City, where they will exhibit the day before. Circus day will begin with a big street parade at 10:30 a. m. and two performances will be given, the first starting at 2 o'clock and the other at 8 o'clock. The grounds known as the Rush lot have been arranged for by the agent and a number of our merchants will receive contracts to furnish immense quantities of feedstuff for both man and beast The Sparks World Famous Shows have habe successfully established for the past twenty-seven years and bear a reputation second to none for the high class exhibitions presented and the honest. manner they have of deal ing with the public no gambling or grafting being tolerated or carried with these shows. NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF JR. O. U. A. M. A special meeting of Greeneville Council will be held Thursday night, Sept 5th. Rev. J. B. Ely will ad dress the members n that night A special dispensation from the Na tional Councilor for class rates has been received. Visiting councils are cordially in vited. ' COMMITTEE.