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The Creencville Daily Sun, Saturday, September 14, 1918.
Hr I dly a Drugstore in the Land That Does Not Sell This Remedy On the Market Half a Century. When you are Jn perfect health, and are enjoying a strong and vigor ous vitality, it is then that your blood b free from all impurities. You should be very careful and give heed to the slightest indication of impure blood. A sluggish circula tion is often indicated by an impaired A WORD OF WARNING. Tobacco growers, the moon, will change September 26th with the sign in the neck. Look out for frost! I do not advocate cutting tobacco green, but there is a great deal of tobacco out now that is dead ripe and should go into the barn or shed at once. Don't crowa It too close in the barn, for if the damp, rainy weather continues and you see any signs of houseburn or rot, fire it mod erately to dry it out, placing a stove in the barn, but be careful not to smoke it any, as the smell of smoke will injure the sale. , C. AUSTIN, The Old Tobacco Man. MRS. KISER ENTERTAINS CLOVER BLOSSOM CLUB Mrs. Clark Kiser, of Greeneville, very delightfully entertained the Clover Blossom club on Tuesday with a few extra guests, who were Miss McCullough, of South Carolina; Miss Woods, of Mississippi, and Mrs. Pick ens McCorkle, of Social Circle Farm. Morristown Daily Mail. 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, t have been in the Sewing Machine business for 60 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 as good a Sewinar 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, prepaid. Any ma chines brougnt to me to repair should be brought to me, near Mohawk, on Knoxville wagon roaa. My postof fice is Midway, Tenn., Rt 1. JOHN M. McKEE ( " - ) ! !., H 320 , , I .. .. To the People ot Greene County: We Will Hold Our Annual Fair At Newport Sept. 25th, 26th, 27th and we give you a special invitation to join with us in making this the biggest and best Fair ever held in East Tennessee. You have always patronized the Newport Fair both in exhibits and attendance, and we love you for it. Tkrsday, Sept. 26ili, Greeneville Day We promise you a real good time in every way Come, enjoy yourself and see the folks you want to see. Appalachian Fair Association JOHN M. JONES, Secretary ., appetite, a feeling of lassitude and a general weakening of the Bystem. It is then that you should promptly taka a few bottles of S. S. S., the great blood purifier and strengthened It will cleanse the blood thoroughly and build up and strengthen the whole system. S. S. S. is sold by all drug gists. Valuable information about the blood supply can be had free by writ ing to the Swift Specific Co., 24 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Monkeys Trained By Huns To Throw Hand Grenades BATON ROUGE, La., Sept. 14. Monkey hand granade throwers are being used by the Huns, according to a letter today from Sergeant Frank Edwards, in France, to his sister, Mrs. W. W. Edwards, of this city. "I shot a monkey about 2 o'clock this morning in my trench, and it belonged to the Huns," says the let ter. "They had it trained to throw grenades at us and after he had thrown them to lie down on its stom ach flat on the ground. "My boys had shot at it, but could not hit it, so I laid for it all last night. I took a big chance on it. "I waited until Mr. Monkey was within five yards of me thn I gave him his medicine that put him to sleep. I have his skin. "Mr. Monkey caused us some cas ualties in my platoon, but never again." Learn When to Be Silent. The union of pond talker and lis tener Is Irresistible. Tact should teach us when to be silent. We have made progress when we rinlize that It Is un necessary to continually be explaining everything In detail. We flee from the statistical fiend, and the too per sonal "I" in conversation, personally reiterating-the "I have done" and "I have not done" an attitude signifi cant perhaps of women's penchant for falling to grasp ideas in a large way. Bryant's Real Estate Company Has a few more farms for sale. Come and see for yourself. A fine farm, 133 acres, modern im provements, absolutely level and in fine state of cultivation; good fences; running water, and on good pike, for $10,500. One farm proposition, 31 acres, ' 1 mile of Greeneville; good building. This will interest any one wanting a good home and truck proposition, u Farms of all sizes and prices with terms to suit the purchaser. Town property of all kinds. Cill on us; we will gladly show you. Bargain' for $6,300. 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 roust have printed cards for this purpose. We have these cards and can send them to you upon recipt of the price 60c per hundred. If you want iarger quantities, we can make you a better price. Members of Our Local Board Are Congratulated The following telegrams, received by members of the local exemption board, will explain themselves. They go to prove the standing of our board with officials higher up: Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 14, 1918. Local Board, Greeneville, Ten. - Your board , was first to report. Tennessee is first in the nation (Signed) RUTLEDGE SMITH. Nashville, Tenn., Sept 14, 1918. Local Board, Greeneville, Tenn. Congratulate you on the good work during registration. Your county was first to report assignment of serial numbers and completion of form No. 101. (Signed) RYE. Must Prove They -Are Indispensable Bankers, men in commercial en terprises, newspaper men and others engaged in similar occupations who intend to claim deferred classifica tion must be able to prove conclus ivel yto the draft board that their particular business is absolutely essential to the maintenance of the military interests during the war emergency and that the applicant's services are necessary to the opera tion of the enterprise; the provost marshal has announced. Oozing Fountain Pens. An application of heavy oIV to tlu Joints of a fountain pen will effectively overcome the oozing out of ink at these places, says Popular Mechanics Magazine. The types of fountain pens,. having points which disap pear by turning a section of the barrel, sometimes leak because of wear. To remedy this, soak ' the pen in warm water and permit to dry, particularly inside. Then apply oil on the spindle that is revolved. Heavy cylinder oil Is the best for the purpose. The lubricant mould be worked through the bearing from end to end. The pen Is then refilled aud excess oil wiped off. Th Fault It Yours. Never complain that your confident hns been betrayed. The fault Is yours for pouring unsafe talk into a leak; mind. You do not blame a leaky pall for leaking. Blame yourself for not knowing It leaked. Life. The Better Way. It Is better to worry about what mny happen and get busy to prevent it than to spend a lifetime worrying after it fcaa happened. Miller's Antuepiic Oil Known At 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. Gibson made this statement before hundreds' of people. Mrs. Florence Meager, 234 Whitney street, Hartford, Conn., writes: "I have used your Anti septic Oil for neuralgia with good 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 for sore throat, and I want to say that it is the greatest remedy I ever tried. I recommend it to all sufferers." Many cures reported daily from thousands of grateful users of this wonderful oil. Every bottle guaran teed. 30c, 60c snd $1 a bottle, or money refunded by Central Drug Co., Greeneville, Tenn, Remains Brought Here From The Pressmen's Home Mr. Charles M. Misner, undertaker for the Doughty-Stevens Co., was called to the Pressman's Home, near Rogersville, Friday afternoon, to pre pare the remains of James Lee Ham ilton, an inmate of the home, for shipment. The remains were brought to Greeneville this morning in the Doughty-Stevens Co. auto-hearse and will be shipped by express this after noon to the old home of Mr. Hamil ton, in LitUe Rock, Ark. ' Monday Observed Holy Day by Jews The Day of Atonement, the most holy day in the Jewish calendar, falls on the tenth of Tishri, corresponding this year with September 16th.' The observance of the day commences at sunset of the day before so that Sun day evening to Monday evening the great fast of this day will be ob served throughout Jewry. The pur pose of the day is clearly indicated by its name. It is intended to com plete the ten penitential days that started with the Jewish new year. Changes Coming To Coal Consumers WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. De mand for coal by war industries has caused the fuel administration to "zone away" from certain sections of the country coal which formerly went there and provide coal from other localities. -Since quality is different and changed methods of; burning are nec essary $o get ' the best results, in formation is being prepared for the use of householders which will en able them to use satisfactorily the present equipment. . THE MIDDLEMEN. A farmer raised a peck of wheat beside the River Dee; a boarder ate a wheaten loaf 'way down in Ten nessee; the loaf the boader fed upon cost half as much and more as did the farmer's peck of wheat a month or so before. "Now, why is this?" the boarder raved, "they hold me up on bread?" "And why is wheat so bloomin' cheap?" the plodding farm er said. A chap beyond the Rocky ridge raised 20 pounds of limes; another one in New York was kicking on the times, for he had downed a glass of "ade," and, poor forlorn galoot, had paid one-half the market" price of 20 pounds of fruit. "Now, why is this they soak me for this wee sip of 'ade'?" "And why," exclaimed the orchard man, "am I so( poorly paid?" Now hold your horses steady there, you man beside the Dee; go easy there, you hungry chap in sunny Tennessee; restrain yourself, you orchard man, forbear this angry talk, and you beside the soda fount in Little Old Noo Yawlkj, remember this: Our food and drink, no mat ter where and when, must also be the food and drink of thirty middlemen. Utica Globe. Memorlet of the Crowded City. "This ark is terribly crowded with all these animal? aboard," remarked Japhet "Yes," replied Shem. "And it's lonely at that It mnkes me think of one of those npnrtment houses where they let people have nil kinds of pets and won't admit children." NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Greene County Farmers' Mutual Fire Insur ance company will be held in the courthouse in Greeneville on Monday, September 16, 1918, at 10 a. m., for the purpose of the election of offi cers, for the ensuing year, and for such other business as may properly come before said meeting. All policy holders welcome. J. H. ttJTSIIAWL, Secretary-Treasurer, Striking Fashions SATURDAY AND CIRCUS WEEK j Handsome Coats & Suits iot. in d mg styles made in attractive demanding colors of SiIvertone, Pom Pom and Broadcloth. ilillinery For Women lections in becoming, attractive patterns Felts and Velours for tailored and neat fall wear. SllflPS frmen women and children a style for al most every walk in life. Come to see us. Our buyer has just returned from the market, and he will surely have the price and goods await ing your inspection. iio Depot Street Tuesday, Oct. 1st, Big Day at District Fair A lot of people are asking what will be the best day of the week to attend the Chattanooga District fair. The fair officials say that the fair will be too big for any person to see it all in one day, but for those who can spare only one day, they recom mend Tuesday, October 1st. One of their reasons for this is that by Tuesday everything will be in place, and having been just put up, it may be more complete and look fresher than it will later in the week. Another reason is the big parade which will feature the morning hours. This is being put on by the Chatta nooga Auto Club and the Patterson circus. It will also contain military organizations and will be one of the biggest affairs of the-kind ever seen hr Chattanooga. Still another reason is that on Tuesday there are a number of spe cial attractions which will not be at the fair all week. For instance, Tuesday, is one of the three racing days and an especially interesting program is promised to harness lov ers for t&t afternoon. Auto polo, the most thrilling and fascinating of all games, will be at the fair but three days, and Tuesday is one of the three. All of the big vaudeville 1!(!Illllliil!lj!!l!!l!li!jl!ii!llliK in i n Li GREENEVILLE WEDNEDSAY 1 JLV iOUM it 1W1 VI ILL MM I J 1 1 I . 1 1 ' I - t a - . s -i m m i m l J m ? v i .1 fl MAMMOTH INSTITUTION ( , , -MERIT AND CkIGSXALITY- Kir'' ' J fl COMPREHENSIVE ENSEKCIE . ctke wacic's nr AND THE FINEST TRAINED AM! ft V. H MULTITL X CURIOUS FEATURES FKC'1 ALL ' ENDS )f THE EARTH- f , Qh EXHIBITION THAT ,, f , , ' IS WOPTH WHILE- i I ( ; i i i a i !i i i i i i ii I) 1 1 1 ii i if 1 1 1 i i I I i 1 1 1 1 5 ' 1 1 ( i 1 Attractive Prices E S f i Si s m 15 Iff & Children Hats of su perior se Greeneville, Tennessee Business men who will need print ing of any kind in the near future should not neglect to place their or ders ahead of time. Like all other concerns, the printing offices are short of labor and cannot get out work on as short notice as has been their custom. Look over your Btock of stationery and don't wait until you are entirely out before placing your order for moregive the print- features which occur other days will be on Tuesday, so you will not miss anything by coming that day, Tuesday will be Girls' Club day and the special exercises for the girls who come from all over the district will occur that afternoon. The Dis trict Fair School for Boys will open that afternoon and will be another feature. The Kiwanis club will put on a big pow-wow at noon, and will be well worth seeing. There is every reason to believe that the attendance will be the larg est ever known at a fair in Chatta nooga. The railroads will grant spe cial reduced rates, but those who have autos are urged to come direct to' the fair by motor. Admission to the grounds will be free for auto mobiles and Fords. An opportunity of a lifetime is to see the United States soldiers at Chickamauga Park, and every pa triotic American should plan a visit to Chattanooga this fall for the dual purpose of seeing tae soldiers and the big district fair. n n. j i i rest crcrs'Kr:? IS' ( UDE T STRAHCE AND I ) II i S . I l . t 0 ! ' ' i i 1 1 ' i i ' iiiiiiiiiiin,m