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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 LOCAL and PERSONAL Oranges, grapes, peaches and can taloupes at Snapp's. Mr. W. II. O'Keefe is spending the week with his family here. Rev. I. I?. Leonard, wife and daugh ter returned Saturday from a ten days' visit to relatives in Virginia. Fresh celery at Snapp's. Men's pants galore! Over 2,000 pairs to select from and ranging in price from 50c up, at Vann Bros. Mr. John Weinberg has returned from' a three weeks' visit to Nor folk, Va. Mr. Robt. L. Palmer, who has been confined to his home all week with an aggravated case of influenza, is improving and will be able to resume his position on The Daily Sun Mon day, it is thought. Mrs. E. V. Rosenblatt and daugh ter, Mrs. Roy Armitage, have been spending the week with Mrs. J. A. Vines, in Johnson City. 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. Rev. S. J. Burkey is assisting in a series of meetings near Fountain City this week. In a card received from Mr. Burkey today he states that they are having a glorious meeting. 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. Miss Martha Washington Myers, principle of the city schools at La Follette, Tenn., is spending the week end with her parents, Hon. and Mrs. Newton C. Myers, near the city. 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. Bear in mind it will be necessary for you to secure a permit from the chairman of the Liberty Loan com mittee in order to use your car Sun day afternoon to attend the meeting in Greeneville. These permits must be displayed on every wind shield in order to comply with the regulations. Officers Raid ' Moonshine Still Deputy Collectors J. D. Brown and A. L. Yancey, accompanied by Sheriff Ben Renner, Deputy Sheriff John Renner and Constable W. M. Rader, made a raid on an illicit moonshine still early this morniner in the Meadow Creek mountains, about one half mile from Yellow Sulphur Springs. A large copper still was de stroyed, together with more than 200 gallons of beer. The man who had been operating the still made his es cape and officers have no knowledge of his identity. This is about the fourth raid of this character that has been succ s fully pulled off during the past three weeks. Moonshine liquor has bern in circulation freely for som time past, which is good evidence that there are any number of stills being operated in the mountain s.tions. Officers are going after these illicit whiskey makers with a sharp stick, and they are going to be made tj live hi:rd from now on. The popular photographers, Hull f: Rankin, have been designated of ncial photographers for Creene county by the government for the duration of the war. 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 bought on an early market 'that we are selling vTght 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. Col. O. S. Bradford is at home from Charleston, Tenn., where he has been engaged as agent for the South ern Railway for the past year. Col. Bradford has been called home on account of the illness of his wife, who we are glad to report as some better today. Mr. Earl Hawk, proprietor of the iEarl Hawk shows, which have been playing our city all week, is reported seriously ill with pneumonia at Hotel Brumley. Several other members of the company have been laid up with the "flu" most of the week, and as a result the company has been play ing under rextreme difficulties here. On account of their misfortune and the heavy expense they have had upon them here, our citizens should give them a full house on this, their closing night in Greeneville. , Place Your Orders Now for SPECIAL ENG8AVED CHRISTMAS GEETING CARDS with LANCASTER & COMPANY. Those intended for our boys over there must leave here the first of November. We appreciate news Items that will be of interest topeople in general, and especially do we urge our citi zens to send in such news while they pre fresh. A daily newspaper is sup posed to publish the news of the day, and news that has been given other newspapers first and then sent to this office for publication will go to the waste basket. Inasmuch as permits have been is sued for the use of automobiles to morrow afternoon, there should be a large crowd in attendance at the big Liberty Loan meeting in Greeneville. SEED RYE We have a few bushels of No. 1 Rye for seeding, Smith & Rosenblatt. 1 RINCES THEATRE -TODAY- Bushman and Bayne IN "A Pair of Cupids" MONDAY Eddie Polo .....IN "The Bull's Eye" Episode 13. Friends of Mr. Leighton L. Armi tage will be glad to learn that he has been admitted to the officers' train ing camp at Camp Mead, Md., and was transferred from Greenville, S. C, during the past week. Leighton is in the medical supply depot and his commission will be in this branch of the service. 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. It doesn't make any difference they can put out circulars or any thing whatever everybody knows ;that Vanni 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 jsaid 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 party seen to take the G. & J. tire off of Ford car in front of the Earl Hawk show Fri day night can prevent prosecution by returning same to The Daily Sun office. J. J. Frazier, Afton, Tenn. 165-2t 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 f the price 50c per hundred. If you want larger quantities, we can make you a better price. AT THE PRINCESS -0 fiance To See (Q)F'A S V ? ncTTIf n k U A !f y -iy uditorhim, Wednesday Oct. 9th. SPECIAL MUSIC BY ORCHESTRA. Admission 25, 50 and 75 Gents. Reserved Seats on sale at Lancaster 's Owing to the length of this Wonderful feature there will be only two shows One at 2 p, m. One at 7. p. m. PI FAR TRFFK' SATURDAY Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne in "A Pair of Cupids." MONDAY Eddie rolo 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. J j Vann Bros, now have eleven stocks i in one all guessed off, and believe 'me, T. C. knows how to guess them j 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 lean 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. The health of this community is not very good at this writing. Mrs. John Brown is very sick at this time. Mrs. Alice White is on the sick list at this writing. Mrs. Ella Hays is improving to the delight of her many friends. Dr. John Carson Moore made a business trip to Knoxville last week. A Mr. Eatherage, of South Caro lina, was the week-end guest of Mr. Ij.-ikc Smith. Mr Isaac Smith and son. Cnarlos, were in Greeneville Monday. Several from this place attended the poke and box supper at Jear oldstown Saturday night. Among them were Mr. Charlie Smith, Misses Maggie, Pearl, and Kathleen Smith, and Miss Cora White. All report a nice time. The proceeds were to go for the Red Cross. Mrs. George Jeffers and son, Willie spent a few hours Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Ellen Eastepp. Mr. Bob Brown attended Sunday school at Pleasant Hill Sunday. Mrs. Dorphus and Mrs. Max Wood ruff, Mr. Jim Bailey and Mr. Tommy White spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Ross White and family. Mr. Charlie Smith and sister, Mag gie Pearl, and Miss Cora Whit:; spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Robertson, of Union Temple. Mrs. Mollie Pratt spent from Sun day until Monday with her sister, Mrs. Eva Crabtree.'of Union Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bowman have moved to their daughter's Mrs. Mabel and Ada Kilday's, where they will spend the cold winter days. PUMPKIN AND SQUASH. OAK VALLEY. This community is in very good health at this writing. There will be a Sunday school rally at Piney Grove Sunday evening at 2 o'clock. Everybody is invited. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Byrd visited Mr! and Mrs. Bird Trammel Sunday. Mr. Marida Darnell and family vis ited Mr. Sam Davis and family Sun day evening. Mr. B. R. Cutshall called on his brothers Sunday, Messrs. Earnest and Dinest Cutshall. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Byrd callpd on Mr. and Mrs. Ad Hensley Sunday evening. Miss Rosie Wilhoit and Miss Annie Miller visited Miss Dessie Crum Sun day evening. Mrs. Marida Darnell and family spent Friday night with her home folks. Mr. Scott Byrd, from near Grenee ville, are visiting his parents today. Borne, to Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Cut shall, on the 10th, a son, which will bear the name of Lester. Mr. Audra Parman attended Sun day school at Burnett's Chapel Sun day. Mrs. Herbert Parman spent Satur day night and Sunday with her' sis ter, Miss Patra Hixson. Miss Claudia and Mary Miler spent Sunday with Miss Audrey and Wilma Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cutshall spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ricker. Miss Gladys Byrd has been in poor health for the.past week. She seems to be improving. Several boys from around here went chestnut hunting Sunday and report a good time. TWO CHUMS. NOTICE. 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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 cure3 reported daily from thousands of grateful users of this wonderful oil. Every bottle guaran teed. 30c, 60c and fl a bottle, or money refunded by Central Drug Co. Greeneville, Tenn.