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The Greeneville Daily Sun, Friday, October 4, 1918.
The Oldest MILLER'S Drug Store BRIGHTEN UP the old Walls before winter New Stock of ' WALL PAPER Beautiful Designs Just Received The Drug Store MILLER'S Learn the Way S LOCAL and PERSONAL Oranges, grapes, peaches and can taloupes at Snapp's. Miss Edith White has accepted a position with Lancaster & Co., the jewelers. Miss Carlie Christian has returned to PineVille, Ky., where she has been working for several months. Fresh celery at Snapp's. Mr. J. B. Anderson is able to be out again, after a tussle of several days with the "flu." His home, how ever, is a veritable hospital, he tells us all his family is down with in fluenza or grippe. Mr. Lawrence Fry returned home Thursday after a pleasant visit with friends and relatives in Bristol. Men's pants galore! Over 2,000. pairs to select from and ranging in price from 50c up, at Vann Bros. There will be a patriotic rally at Meadow Creek Presbyterian church this evening at 7:30. Addresses will be delivered by Rev.. O. G. Klinger and Hon. O. B. Lovette, of Greene ville, and possibly others. Miss Mae Harrison left Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga., where she will take a course in the School of Pharmacy. Mr. J. C. McAmis is at home from Middlesboro, Ky., spending a few days with his family and friends here. Hon. L. II. Trim has been confined to his home for several days with a light attack of influenza. He is im proving and will be out soon. We are requested to state that the sewing room will be open next Tues day, October 8th, for the making of property bags, for use in French hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Brown and Mr, Chas. F. Brown are expected home this week from Michigan. They will drive through in their new automobile, Mrs. Claude Britton, who has been taking a special course in music in New York, has returned to Greene ville and will reorganize her class here at an early date. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Wheatley and Mrs. Martha Hendrix, who have been spending the summer months at the home of Mr. Edward Wheatley, in Limestone, have returned to Greene ville to spend the winter. : Mr. John C. Shelton, of the United States navy, spent a few days' fur lough at the home of Mr. R. B. Oli phant, with his fiance, Miss Eleine Webster. Mr. Shelton. enlisted at the 'commencement of the war and has the honor of rating a gold stripe, hav ing done foreign service aboard the U. S. S. Lake Champlain. He also has the distinction of being "over there" twice and is now attending electrical school at Hampton Roads, having received a commission. See Troy at Vann Bros.' big store, Waddell & Bird building, Depot St. They have the largest stock of mer chandise in Greeneville. Don't for get we have plenty of store fixtures cheap. Mrs. Perry Cox, of Bristol, was operated upon at the Greeneville hos pital Thursday afternoon, and while her condition was regarded quite serious, we are informed that she is getting along as well as could be ex pected today. When you come to court next Mon day you should make it a part of your business to call and have The Daily Sun sent to your address. If you want the war news the same day it is received and enjoy having some thing to read during the long even ings that are before us, we daresay you could not invest three dollars that would afford you more solid comfort and pleasure. We have over 20,000 pairs of shoes every dimension every style, including the very latest, up-to-date colors and styles. They range from the very cheapest that are made and, believe me, the price we have on them is right! We have them for men, la dies, misses, children and babies. If you want to save from 50 to 100 per cent see Vann Bros., the biggest store that was ever in Greeneville. SEED RYE We have a few bushels of No. 1 Rye for seeding. Smith & Rosenblatt. BRINCES , 1 THEATRE -TODAY. Virginia Pearson IN "Her Price" SATURDAY Bushman and Bayne IN. "A Pair of Cupids" Greeneville friends of Mr. Teddy S. Rader will be glad to know that he has passed all the examinations at the University of Tennesee, one of eight young men out of a large class that was able to pass, and has been placed on the list of naval re serves. Teddy has been studying en gineering for several years and no doubt his duties will be.inj this line of the naval service. It is not known where he will be sent for instruction. If The Daily Sun is not quite up to your expectations today, we be lieve you will understand when we tell you that our foreman and press man are both laid up with the "flu," and it is impossible to secure other assistance. The editor and machine operator are bearing the brunt of the work and trust that readers of The Daily Sun will be charitable enough to overlook our shortcomings until we can do better. . It doesn't make any 'difference they can put out circulars or any thing whatever everybody knows that Vann; Bros, have got the goods, bought fo rless than half of manu facturers' cost. There is no chance to undersell them. We have them going with eleven stocks, as we have said before guessed off, worth the money. Troy, with Vann Bros., says all he asks is a look and if the look don't look good to you, don't buy. NOTICE. The 1918 Corporation taxes are now due. This Oct. 1, 1918. CHAS. H. BEWLEY, Recorder. Flag Raising and r Patriotic Rally The flag raising and patriotic rally at the Junior Order hall Thursday night was attended by more than 200 members. Patriotic talks were made by Rev. J. B. Ely and Hon. H. II. Gouchenour after which refreshments were served by members of the order. Rev. J..B. Ely and Mr. R. Earl Sn;app will speak at Glenwood to night in the interest of the Fourth Liberty Loan. Competition is nothing with Vann. They have over fifty thousand dollars worth of goods the biggest store that was ever in Greeneville. Some of the most up-to-date merchandise that was bougnt on an early market Ithat we are selling reght down there, worth the money. Troy, at Vann Bros.'. have them all kinds and they know it. All you have to do is to see Troy at Vann's 5ig Store. Carl Bradford Sent To Nashville Knoxville's navy recruiting station has passed into history! After several years' operation, on the second floor of the Federal build ing here the office closed Thursday and Carl L. Bradford ( assistant of ficer in charge, left last night for the main station at Nashville, from which he will be assigned to active service. A few days ago, Bradford, then a coxswain, was promoted to boatswain mate, second class, after examina tion here. Since coming here sev eral months ago from Memphis, he has made many friends, who regret to see him leave. His home is at Greeneville. Knoxville Journal and Tribune. MALONEY-BABB. On Thursday evening, October 3rd, at 7 o'clock, Miss Julia Kate Maloney and Mr. Winfield S. Babb were quiet ly married at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mary T. Maloney, on North Main street, the Rev. A. II. Willoughby officiating. Only a few friends were present. After the cere mony a delicious supper was served. Miss Maloney has been a teacher in the public schools of Greeneville for many years. Mr. Babb is one of the rural mail carriers out of Greene ville and is one of our best known citizens. Their .many friends are wishing them much happiness. A CALL TO DUTY. We, the 24th district Liberty Loan con mittee, in session last Sunday, adopted the following resolution: Resolved, That we call upon our people to meet at Sunnyside Sunday morning between the hours of 8 and 10 o'clock, and subscribe our quota, $7,000, to the Fourth Liberty Loan. At the same time we were in ses sion last Sunday at least five of our boys of the Thirtieth division, namely William, Edgar Bartley, Hubert J. Good, Kyle Parks, Carl C. Bell and Elbert Weems, were going over the top north of St. Quentin. According to the statement of Field Marshal Haig, they charged the Germans'with bayonets shouting as their battle cry, "Lusitania," and they mopped up a whole German tunnel. The only criticism of our boys by their com mander was they were too eager for a fray and after they had routed the enemy they had to come back and dean up the ones they had run over. Let our battle cry next Sunday morning be "Lusitania" and Victory for our boys and every citizen of the 24th district that can buy at least one $50 bond meet at Sunnyside and go over the top. Yours for the Fourth Liberty Loan and victory for our boys that they may soon return to their native heath via Berlin. Sincerely, SAM A. BELL, Chairman 24th District Liberty Loan Committee. We have the new Blanks for Mill ers now ready. Mill men must have them on hands for their customers. They MUST be used. If you fail to do so, you lay yourself liable to prosecution. 3C Get Interested- Buy Don't Fourth Liberty Be a Liberty Bonds Slacker Loan FRIDAY and SATURDAY SALES DAYS ON Millinery, Coat Suits, Dresses and Shoes Ladies' Coats, Suits, Dresses- That are distinctive in Style and Workmanship. We guarantee a perfect fit. Alteration if necessary Free of charge. We will try to give you the best values for the least money. Come in and price 'em Millinery- For Women and Children, with prices that are surprisingly low. Shoes- Just a look at our Shoes for Men, Women and Children will con vince you that our prices are not much higher than last year We never misrepresent our merchandise, so ask us to show you Solid Leather Shoes and we will do so. Mens Suits-- , AH Wool Suits for Men and Boys. Look them over and see if we can't find something you will like. Our Motto "ALWAYS PLEASE THE CUSTOMER." When you're in town drop in to see us; we're always glad to see you and never fail to sell you with prices that are right and merchandise that is up-to-date and new. OUR MOTTO IS "Please the Customer Greeneville, t Tennessee SUMMARY OF WEATHER AND CROP CONDITIONS NASHVILLE, Tenn, Oct. 3. The week was unusually cool, but there was no frost of consequence. Good rains fell, which were needed and will be very beneficial to pastures and to clover, alfalfa, grasses and oats recently sown, also to late tomatoes, etc. The rains caused some damage to pea hay. The tobacco crop is now considered good on an average, hav ing improved during the last few weeks. About half of the crop has been housed, but in Montgomery county a large per cent was late and has not ripened yet. Sweet potatoes and peanuts are generally good and will soon be ready to harvest. Prep arations for sowing wheat progressed well. T jre was no material change in the condition of cotton, which av erages only fair. Picking is the or der of the day in the cotton counties. Corn promises a fairly good crop generally. Probably one-half of the crop is now matured and much has been cut. I AT THE PRINCESS o . O FRIDAY Virginia Pearson in "Her Price." SATURDAY Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne in "A Tair of Cupids." MONDAY Eddie Polo in "The Bulls Eye," episode No. 13. TUESDAY Richard J. Jose and a superb cast in "Silver Threads Among the Gold." WEDNESDAY "The Birth of a Na tion," Auditorium. Admission, 25, 50 and 75c. Tickets will be on sale at Lancaster's. Vann Bros, now have eleven "Stocks in one all guessed off, and believe me, T. C. knows hefw to guess them together with about thirty thousand dollars' worth of the very best new and up-to-date merchandise for the fall and winter trade. Now, it's up to you if you want to buy where you can save 25 to 50c on the dollar. Sale Notice. On Thursday, October 10th, at 1 o'clock, "p. m., I will sell at auction to the highest bidder, my. horses, cows and calves, one 2-horse wagon, one buggy, one McCormick mower and rake, one wheat grader, one disc harrow, one six-disc Empire drill, one riding cultivator, one corn planter, one turning plow, one hillside plow, one pair of, farm gears, one set of farm harness and many, smaller tools not mentioned. Sale will take place at my farm, three miles west of Greeneville, War rensburg road, known as the old Reeve place. Terms made known on day of sale, H. M. MEYERS. J, A. Rush, Auctioneer. Mothers! 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. r W. T. MITCHELL Justice of The Peace Office, Basement Mason House, Greeneville, Tenn. Miller's Antiseptic Oil Known At Watch the tonguo of your young!) Clm the clogged-up places! Bring joy to little faces! Kiddies will eat and smile, When you do away with bile. Careful mothers o'er the land Always keep Cascarets at hand. Children think them dandy They are mild cathartic candy, Cascarets sell for a dime; They "work" every time. When a chill has a coated tongue tainted breath or is bilious, cotibti pated, feverish, or full of cold, iv Cascarets. Children gladly take this harmless candy cathartic which thor oughly cleanses their little stomachs, livers and , bowel3 without griping. Each 10 cent box of Cascarets contain directions for doso for children one year and upwards. SNAKE OIL 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 ig 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, COc and $1 a bottle, or money refunded by Central Drug Co., Greeneville, Tenn.