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The Greeneviile Daily SuivTwesday, October 22 1918.
L0O4 and Mr. Frank Lovette ia reported ill of influenza at Washington and Lee, Lexington, Va. Boyt' heavy Ribbed Union Suits, $1.00, at Thompson'. 176-2t Judge J. F.JSwingle went to Knox ville today to attend the sessions of the supreme court. SEED WHEAT For sale by James Allen, Greeneviile, Route No- 11. 175-5t Mr. Wilson Britton returned to Rogersville Monday, after spending the week end with his parents here. Pure Pork Grocery Co. Sausage at Hardin The condition of Mrs. Lee Scar brough, reported yesterday danger ously ill of pneumonia, remains un changed today, we are advised. Boyt' heavy ; Ribbed Union Suits, $1.00, at Thompson. 176-2t Mrs. Irby Shoaff, of Johnson City, who has been at the Greeneviile hos pital for three weeks undergoing treatment, returned to her home greatly improved. If you want to Buy anything or Sell anything,' a little Want Ad in The Daily Sun will bring result. One Cent a Word. The following Greeneviile piople attended the funeral of Mr. New man Riggs, in Morristown, Monday afternoon: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gass, Mrs. C. V. Myers, Misses Elsie Gass and Nellie Smith. ; Pure Pork Sausage at Hardin Grocery Co. Mr.D. A. Lintz has purchased the rates Grocery stock, and understand now that it is his intention to con tinue the business at the old Pates stand, on Main street, adopting the, cash and carry plan. Boy' heavy ; Ribbed . Union Suits, $1.00, at Thompson's. 176-2t Pure Pork Sausage at Hardin Grocery Co. FOR SALE Poland China Pigs, Big type, the Burgess & Son stock, pedigrees to go with sale of pigs. Also three Angus heifers, yearlings past, good breed, have been bred to ugistered bull.-If interested, see or write, MARK MYERS, Greeneviile, Tenn., Rt. No. 3. dly & Wklyto Jan. 19 Boys' heavy Ribbed Union 'Suits, $1.00, at Thompson's. I 176-2t r C Sher win Williams Paint Southern State Cement Electrical Supplies Cotton Seed Meal Marble Lime , Ivory Cement Fibre Rubber Roofing Fertilizer All The Time Grass Seed1 Window Glass Wall Paper DOWN ON DEPOT ST. AT PERSONA L Mr, J. S. Bernard, Jr., arrived home from North Carolina Monday, and will be here for some time on the locll tobacco market Mr. M. L. Dobson has accepted a position with The Daily and Weekly Sun. Mont has been working in some big print shops in Chicago for some time past. y Mr. Andrew B. Brown returned Monday from Luttrell, Tenn,, where he has been employed for some time He will again be connected wfth the American Tobacco Co. office in this city through the tobacco season. Mr. W. E. Buffat left this morn ing for Kingsport, where he has ac cepted the position of city engineer. Mr. Buffat will remove his family from Knoxville to Kingsport just as jsoon as the influenza epidemic abates. Mr. W. B. Henry and family left on No. 41 fr Broadview, Montana, where they expect to make their fur ture home. Mr. Henry has purchased a fine farm in Montana, he tells us, and intends to try out farming on an extensive scale in that section. His many friends regret to see him leave, but hope for his much success in his new home. TO RED CROSS KNITTERS Atlanta headquarters is asking chapters to ship at orce all sweaters now on hand. A large shipment of socks by December 1st is also asked for. All women having Red Cross yarn are urged to knit it at ones into socks and return to the knitting department in the postoffice building. Remember, especially, to cast on and off loosely, the length of leg must be between 12 and 14 inches; the length of foot between 11 and 12 inches. Please follow directions care fully in regard to heel and toe. After the week ending October 26 the knitting room will be open every Wednesday and Friday. An instruct or will be present each day to give any assistance that may be desired. CALL OF ELECTION By virtue of the authority in ,us "Vested as Commissioners of Elections for Greene county, Tennessee, we hereby callan election to be held in each and every of the precincts and voting place? in Greene county, Ten nessee, on Tuesday, November 5,. 1918, from 9 o'clock a. m. to 4 o'clock p. m. ,for the election of Governor, United States Senator, Congressman, Railroad Commissioner, State Sena tor a Joint Representative of Greene, Washington and Unicoi counties, a Representative of Greene county, and a Justice of the Peace for the 21st civil district of Greene county, to succeed J. ,D. Brown, resigned. This October 8, 1918. J. S. WHITE, J. A. ARMITAGE, JAS. F. SWINGLE, Com. of Elections. 167-4t . lali HQS. Guard Airainst The Spanish "Flu. ' Spanish influenza is spread from person to person, the germs being carried with the air along with the very Imall droplets Of mucus, ex pelled by coughing or sneezing, force ful talking and the like by one who already has the germs jof the disease.! They may also be carried about in the air in the form of dust coming from dried mucus, irorn coughing and sneezing, or from careless people who spit on the floor and on the side- T walk. As in most other catching dis eases ,a persm who has only a mild attack of the disease himself may give a very severe attack to others. In guarding against disease of all kinds, it i3 important that the body be kept strong and able to fight off disease germs. This can be done by having a proper proportion of work, play and rest, by keeping the body well clothed, and by eating sufficient, wholesome and properly selected food. Correct List Of Young Men r Who Left Today We publish below the names of the young men who, left this morning for Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, S. C. They left on the regular train which arrives here at 7:05 a. m.: George Dewey Carter. Harry Lawrence Fry. Carl Inscore. ' John William Johnson.. David Ennes Cannon. Jack Richard Addleburg. John William Brown. Dana George Waddle. v ' Gerald Blake Park. Klon Everett Matthews. Perry Holland. James C. McAmis. Jim Morrison. Harley Hobart' Bradley. Tony Albert Guthrie. v Pauline Mullins. Isaac Whitfield Dickson. r Claude Marcus McAmy. Edgar Lintz Phillips. John Jonathan Milburn. Charles Collins. Charles W. Cannon. Hobert Hux. Homer Lee Ridley.. William Paul Neas. , Thomas Daniel Boles. Isaac Bonham Bible. Andrew McKinley Wilhoit. Clarence L. Waddle. William Renner. LeRoy Malone. Willie Ecker Couch, Ernest E. Isley. George Strong. Leniuel David Seay.' James English Pierce. Charles Willis Hope. Willie Bible Harmon. Charles Edgar Lowe. William Garret Hall. Roy Hobert Jones. John Edgar Brumley. Lawrence B. Davis. " , George Richard Price. Aubrey Bates. v Guy Lowery. "' Shields Crawford. ' Carl Jones. Buford Mercer. r T William D. Leib. Jacob F. Jeffers. Aubrey Milligan. Lonnie Jackson Riggs. Cecil Brown. Elmer Swatsell. Oscar I. Jones. Hobart Curtis. Park Dewey McLain. Cyril Eugene Brooks. " v j.Mack King. Alexander Branch. Earl Allison Bible. Alvin McKinley Colyer. John Vernon Anderson. Edgar Herman Ball. Daniel Harmon Fillers. Fonnie Stanford Morgan. Oscar Myers. Robert Lee Mercer. Andrew Enoch Smelcer, John Speer Roe. James Hedrick Riley. ' Samuel J. Gibson. Martin Combs. Sam Branch. John Campbell Hight. Callie D. Gibson. ft' PAaiititiAn af tka Frfh la 1787 the population f the Carta, according to Buschlng, was about V 0054)00,000; la 1800, according to Fabri and 8te!n. only 900.000,000; ia 1833, according to Stein and Horschel nan, 872.000.00a In 1858 DIetrtd timated It at 1.266,000,000 and Kolb, in 1805, at 1,220.000.000. According to tht latest calculation the earth Is la habited by 1,400,000,000 human beings. G Leslie Susong . Died In Atlanta G. .Leslie Susong, one of Hamblen county's most progressive young far mers, died in. a hospital in Atlanta, Ga., Saturday , afternoon, ; of pneu monia. " Mr. Susong had gone to Atlanta with a herd of fine cattle to exhibit at the Georgia State .Fair and was stricken while there. ' The first intimation that he was seriously ill came in a telegram to his parents, and his twin brother, Nick V., departed immediately for Atlanta and was with his brother when the end came. ... , The -sbody was , brought here this morninga nd later taken to his home in the Lowland community.- Morris- town Evening Mail ..(.;, ., . ., ,. .BALES' CHAPEL , ', , , ,,, . The health of our community is improving at this writing. : We are sorry to learn of the death of Mr. Billie Harmon. Mr. Charlie Baxley and sister, who have been on the sick list, are able to be out again. v Mr. Troy Jones and wife called on Mrs. A. , J. Bailey Saturday night. Mr. W. M. Weems and Mr. A. J. Bailey and Troy Jones took a trip to the city Saturday. Mr. R. A. Brumley is filling his silo. Mr. Edd Carter is done sawing at Pilot Knob, and is moving his outfit home, where-he will spend the winter- I Mr. Troy Jones is building a new barn. , 'The farmers are busy, at this writ ing sowing wheat and gathering corn. . We learn -Mr. Frank Casteel has moved to Albany. Mrs. Ronald ; Weems is visiting Mrs. Lucy Swift. ' TWO CHUMS. DEATH, OF MR. JAMES CANNON. Death came Into ojur community and claimed for its victim Mr. J. M. Cannon, of near Cedar Creek. He died Sunday, October 13th, and was buried Tuesday at Cove Creek. He was 67 years, 8 months and 20 days old. He leaves a wife and six chil dren, four girls and two boys. One son went to live in the great beyond some two years ago,, and one on be ing in France, it being impossible to have him present at his father's death. I f guess the boy's darkest hours in jlife were spent in France without any friends near to sym pathize with him.' Father left every thing well to go to that great beyond, where, as he often said, therewill be no pain or suffering there. , It was God's will to take papa from our home, but oh, how sad it seems to part with him; how often we will miss his tender voice -and sweet smiles, though we can -see him again in heaven and there won't be any sad parting hour to cqjme. He was loved by all who knew him. His nature . was smiles and love to everybody, ryoung and old, rich or poor. Weask God to cast his "richest blessings upon the kind stepmother and all his many friends who showed such great kindness in caring for him in his last hours. They did all that human power could to relieve him. He loved to live, but God knew bfcst and; took him home on high, where pain and sorrow never come; where there will be no more good bes; his own sweet smiles we can not see; the voice we loved is still, a chair is vacant in our home that never can be filled." v His Daughter, NELLIE RAGAN. , BAILEYTON . All our, people here sympathize with Mr. and Mrs. Ebb McAmis in the death of their son, Clarence, which occurred at Camp Sheridan last week ,of pneumonia, after hav ing the influenza. His remains ar rived at Greeneviile Sunday, inter ment following at Gass Shed Mon day. It is thought .that Mrs. John Starnes cannot live but a short time. Mrs. Bruce Gass is slowly improv ing from typhoid fever. Mr.N Fred "Walters, of Camp Mc Clellan, spent a part of last week, at home. Edgbert - Haynes left Monday for Atlanta to attend the dental college. - Mr. John . S tames is reported as" being a very, sick man at the present. Dr. G. M. Bailey and family vis ited Dr. R. JK. Bailey at Clover Bot tom, Saturday night Mrs. J. R. McCurry and son, Gil bert, returned to their home at Georgetown, Tenn., last week. JUVENILE. I am Sincere! Stop Calomel! . I Guarantee Do Json's Liver Tone Listen to me! "Calomel sickens and you may lose a, nlay work. If bilious, constipated ou headachy read my guarantee. Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel fine and cheerful; make your work a pleasure; be vigorous and full of am bition, x But take no nasty, danger ous calomel, because it makes you sick and you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis Aif the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like dynamite,, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Listen to me! If you want to en joy the nicest, gentlest liver and bow cleansing oyu ever experienced, just take a spoonful of harmless Dod son's veiLr Tone tonight. Your druggist or dealer sells you a bottle of- Dodson's Liver Tone for a few THC IrTTtt 0OCTO eiMRANTta ' RAS4ILLS On at fcedtima and Jta feel liktt a new person next day. Ask anyone who nses them, VERY MILD BUT EFFICIENT Turkey May Turn And Join Allies WASHINGTON, Oct. 22. Turkey will become an ally of the entente and all her resources jrill be available for use against Germany and Austria un der a plan being urged by important factions at Constantinople, according to authoritative diplomatic advices received here from the Turkish cap ital by way of Zurich. sponsors of the proposition, it la stated, include the recent revolu tionists and also high radical leaders among the Young Turks. The spokesmen of the group fire quoted as taking the stand that he central powers are beaten and that the best Turkey possibly can do is to throw herself at the mercy of the entente. They point out that more than a surrender is necessary, and that tfte only x way the Ottoman em pire can show its full good faith is to offer at this time to materially pay for its past misdeeds by turning on Germany and Austria. TO EGG PACKERS - AND SHIPPERS You are now compelled to attach a card t6 very 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. f EBENEZER. fn account of the flu, there wasn't any Sunday school nor prayer meet ing at this place. Several from this place were shop ping in Greeneviile Saturday. Mr. Ross Cannon is in on a fur lough. ' Miss Nora Jones has been confined to her room with the flu. . We are glad to learn Mr. Robert Gibson is improving. Mr. Smith Stills is improving from a bad case of typhoii. Mrs. Mary Gibson and Mrs. Carrie Jones were calling on Mrs. Stills Sat urday afternoonv Misses Rosa Belle Gibson, Mary and Ozelle Guinn spent Saturday night with the Misses Gibson. We are glad to report Mr. Fred Gray is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs." Tom Haney and chil dren spent Saturday night and Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gib son. Mr. Charlie Jones is able to be out again. Mr. Fred Gray was calling on his best girl Sunday. Messrs. Sam and Callie Gibson and Charlie Cannon will leave Tuesday for training camp. May God's rich est blessing rest upon them and bring them safely home again is our prayer, Success to The Sun and its many readers. mm cents under my personal money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your sluggish liver better than a dose of nasty Calomel and that it won't make you sick. Dodson's "Liver Tone is eral liver medicine. You'll know it next morn ing because you will wake up feeling fine, your liver will be working, head ache and dizziness gone; stomach will be sweet and bowels regular. Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vegetable, therefore harmless . and cannot salivate. Give it to your children. Millions of people are us ing Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomel now. Your drug will tell you that the sale of calomel is almost entirely stopped here. FLAG BRANCH The farmers are very busy gath ering cornandsowing wheat at this place. Mr. Dvae Cannon called on Miss Burkey Sunday. ( Mr. Maynard Crum spent Satur day night with Mr. and Mrs. Tarman. Mr. C. F. Farman has the Spanish "Flu." Mr. Luke Parman spent Sunday with Messrs. Doyle and Robert Will hoit. . Misses Maggie Hixon and Myrtle Darnella spent Sunday with Ruth Willhoit. Mr., and Mrs. H. W. Parman and children spent Sunday afternoon with C. F. Parman. and family. Miss Myrtle Cutshall has the flu. Miss Fannie Willhoit spent a few days last week with Miss Luster Will hoit, V Miss Zeffie Burkey spent Saturday evening with Misses Ruth, Stella and Fannie Willhoit. Misses Fannie and Stella Willhoit and Nanella Darnella and Mr. Uttie Phillips spent, Sunday evening with Misses, Belle and Carie Gibbs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kuykendall spent Sunday night with P. C. Paiv man and family. Mrs. Gertrude Walden spent Sun day evening with Mrs. C.XF. Parman, Everyone was feeling very bad yesterday on account of the Sunday- school being closed. Hope thia will not be continued very long. Come on R. R. and D. R. with your letters. We enjoy reading them very much. Mr" Ottie Phillips called , on Mr. Doyle Wilhoit Sunday evening. The Spanish "flu" is taking the day in and around here, so your , scribe is close at home. : SEVEN SISTERS. ' Influenza, Colds, Pneumonia, Sore Throat Spreading Throughout the Country. Many are finding relief from in fluenza, Colds, Sore Throat and per-. haps preventing Pneumonia, it ifs said, by the use of Miller's Antiseptic Oil (known as Snake Oil). Its great penetrating, pain-relieving qualities insure almost instanbrelief when ap plied freely on the chest, or throat well greased when first symptoms arise. The Oil penetrates through to the affected parts and tends to open up the air passages, making breathing more easy, relieving the pains. And for the cough a few drops on a little sugar mually brings prompt relief. Don't fail to have a bottle on hand when the attack comes on, and if used according to directions result? are assured, or your money refunded. On sale at Cen tral Drug Co., 30c, 60c and 1.00 f FORGET-ME-NOT. bottles.