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TIic'Grc-caevUle Daily Sun, Wednesday,, November 13, 1918.
i Hunted kcu f Ur.o Br ' Packages For Boys Overseas Perpetuate fH tH!7 Loan Plan Jl n I 1vj CESS - TikCewryAls..; y Whip Buid Ui r The fs:of lc Who , iHEirrniLTn Strength Akd ' Endurance -9 cm y Ciooo- t'ACTHt.F0US nays 3 Xook around at the men un& women 04 toeet in m single day. ie gUnoe t fenoagh to tell the onei with plenty of rich, red blood, strength and physical tonerry to buck up their mental power tutd make them success in whatever they undertake. Dr. James Franc! Sullivan, formerly physician of Bellevoe Hospital (Outdoor jbept.). New York and the Went hetrter County Hospital, says that to lieln make strong keen, red-blooded American there is nothing In his experience wtxleU he hae found so valuable m organto Iron WoiaVed Iron, It often Increases the ttrengtii and hJoranee ef weak, nervous, rundown people In two weeks? time. It lis conservatively estimated that Nuxated ron is now being used by ovr three million people annually, and it has been used and endorsed by uch mt ss Hon. Leslie M. Shaw, former Secretary of the Treasury and ex-Governor of Iowaa General John L. Clem (retired), the drum mer boy of Shiloh, who was Sereeant in th U. S. Army when only 12 years of ajfc; also Utriied States Judge G. V. Atkinson, of the Court of Claims of Washington, ana others. Nuxated Iron is dpensed by all good druggists everywhere. Sold in this city by E. T. Miller & Co., Boyd Drug Co., Square Drug Store, Central Drug Co. "Got" Hun Trooper Who Killed Brother BRISTOL, TENN., Nov. 9 In a letter to relatives here, Frank Slagle describes how he got the Hun that killed his brother, Claude Slagle. The brothers went over the top side by side in a charge when a big German1 shot Claude through the heart and then charging madly on Frank, who rammed his bayonet through the body of the Hun, but did not succeed in killing him. A desperate hand-to-hand fight ensued between the 'two, but young Slagle succeeded in draw ing his revolver and with his last bul let killed the Hun. Claude Slagle, the one slain, was 20 years old, while his brother, who survived, is 24. Both boys lived on Madison street here. MASS MEETING. There will be a mass meeting of the colored citizens of Greeneville at the courthouse tonight at 7:30 o'clock. They will have a very able speaker from Chattanooga here to deliver an address. I hope the white people will attend this meeting and give them every possible encourage ment. They are full of enthusiasm for the United War Work Campaign. Do not forget that there are 350, 000 colored soldiers in camp and at the front. They have fought valiant ly when called upon. Let all of the white people of the town attend this mass meeting tonight. You will be amply repaid. J.E. BIDDLE, Chairman. Reign of Chaos Through Austria BERNE, Switzerland, Nov. 7. Complete chaos prevails in Austria, according to travelers returning here from that country. All the railroad villages in the Tyrol are flooded with the returning armies in full disorder. In the villages the demoralized troops who are breadless, are plundering and requisitioning supplies. Food from the east has been com pletely cut off. Artillerists are selling their horses for a trifle. Automobile drivers are going homeward as they please. Many of the released Italian pris oners of war, who are returning to Italy are trying to enter Switzerland. New Pledge Cards For Millers We publish today instructions to card o be used by them in the fu- millers, also a copy of the new pledge ture. These cards can be bought at The Daily Sun office in pads of 100 each at only 25c per hundred. When sent by mail cash must accompany Here's a Hard One. We have been asked so many amaz ing questions by renders that It Is a lit tle difficult to pick out the craziest One, however, which remains indelibly on our memory was: "Whether a chimera buzzing In a vacuum would be able to devour second Intentions?" What do you think about It? ;ansas! Kansas! Kansas! Come to Kansas and buy a home where blue grass, clover, timothy, oats, wheat, corn and al falfa grow abundantly. Our wheat made in our county 24 and a frac tion bushels average, from the gov ernment report. Good schools, churches, fine people to live among; CLIMATE is IDEAL. Have over three million dollars de posited in our banks in the city of Ottawa alone. Can sell you nice laying farms improved $1,500, or more down, the balance long time at 6 percent. Reference any bank , in our city. Description booklet sent on ap plication. For information, write the Mansfield Land & Loan Company (Incorporated) OTTAWA :-: :-: KANSAS All packages to be mailed to the soldier boys in France should be left at the room over Susong's store, on Main street, where a committee of ladies are in charge and will assist in seeing that they are properly wrapped and correctly addressed. ROARING FORK. As I haven't seen any news from this place, thought I would drop in The scare of "flu" in our commu nity is about over. Mr. Charlie Logan has a bad case of flu. Mr. D. L. Logan and little son are confined to their room with flu. Mrs. Lou Casteel is real sick at this writing. We hope her an early recovery. Mrs. Leo Cooter and family visit ed Mr. John Weems Sunday. Mr. Troy Jones and wife took din ner with Mr. Baxley Sunday. Mr. Alfred Swift and wife called on Mr. A. J. Bailey Sunday. Mr. John Weems and wife and lit tle son visited Mr. Kirt Weems Satur day night. Mr. Bill Bales and family called on Mr. A. J. Bailey Sunday. Mr. Frank Cox has bought, a car, We are sure havmg some fine weather. The farmers are about done gathering com and sowing wheat. . We are all rejoicing over the ter mination of the war. Come on, you dear soldier boys, with some more letters. We certainly do enjoy reading them. RED CROSS GIRL. 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 is said, by the use of Miller's Antiseptic Oil (known as Snake Oil). Its great penetrating, pain-relieving qualities insure almost instant Telief when ap plied freely on She 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 uisually brings prompt relief. Don't fail to have a bottle on hand when the attack comes on, and if used according to directions results are assured, or your money refunded. On sale at Cen tral Drug Co? 30c, 60c and $1.00 bottles. DISTRICT QUOTAS FOR GREENE COUNTY FOR UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN. The executive committee of the United War Work Campaign for Greene county met November 2nd and apportioned to the various dis tricts of the county their respective quotas. The county quota is $12,000. The quotas for the various districts are as follows: 1st $ 300.00 2nd 200.00 3rd 500.00 4th ' . 850.00 5th 225.00 6th 250.00 7th 375.00 8th 256.00 9th 25000 10th 4,000.00 11th 450.00 4 12th 250.00 13th 550.00 14th 225.00 15th 350.00 .16th 350.00 17th 500.00 18th 200.00 19th 250.00 20th 200.00 21st 300.00 22nd 300.00 23rd 400.00 24th 200.00 25th 250.00 26th 75,00 Each district is supposed not only to raise this quota, but if possible to go beyond. It is estimated that it will take $250,000,000 to run the various organizations until the war is over and the soldiers have returned to their homes, and for this rea'son it is earnestly desired each district will oversubscribe its quota by at least 50 per cent. THURSDAY Douglas Fairbanks IN.. "Say, Young Fellow!" This is one of Donglas Fairbanks' Latest Art Craft Photo Plays You should not miss it. f Admission, 6 and 1 1 Cents I 1 1 I I i 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I II I III 1 1 I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 n M j. 'nil IT A ID) FrtfYKxCC All n r EITH-KS from our boys m the trenches and x- from the women in canteen and other Al war work, all bring to us the same mes sage SEND US. NEWS FROM HOME. World news Is all right, but OUR BOYS want NEWS OF THIS TOWN. They want the home newspaper. Publishers are prevented from sending their papers free to anyone, even 1 boys in the service. Consequently a national movement has been started by Col. William Boyce Thompson of New York, who is acting , as President of the Home Paper Service of America to give the boys what they are calling for. Every community is joining the movement Let us see that our boys are not forgotten. Send to the publisher of this newspaper whatever amount of money you can S cents or $50.00.' "We will publish a list each week of those contributing, and the . amounts contributed. ' Every cent received will be used to send this paper to our boys at the front. If at the end of the war, there is any surplus, it will be turned over to the local Red Cross Committee. There is no profit in this to the publisher even in normal times, subscriptions are not sold at a profit. With war prices prevailing, and the " high rate of postage on papers sent to France, our cost will scarcely be covered by our full subscription price. Remember that over in France, some brave soldier or sailor from this town perhaps even some splendid woman working within sound of v the guns is depending on you to "KEEP THE HOME LOVE KINDLED." They are calling-to YOU from "Over There" CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Nov. 12. How to conduct the sales of gov ernment securities after peace is deJ clared, beginning, according to pres j cnt prospects at least, the first of I January, was submitted to a large conference at Washington Thursday i of the past week. T. R. Preston, of i ,this city, state director for Tennessee of the war savings division of the war loan organization as now condpeted, attended as sole representative of the war savings division from the Sixth federal reserve district. This conference was called the lat ter part of last week just prior to a conference held at Atlanta last Mon day to determine be'st methods for prosecuting the sale of war savings stamps during the remainder of the year. From this district those at tending the Washington conference, which was held at New Willard, were Joseph A. McCord, governor of the federal reserve bank; Mrs. Samuel Lumpkin, representing the woman's committee of the liberty loan; W. C. Wardlaw, head of the men's commit tee of the liberty loan, and Mr. Pres ton. Mrs. Guilford Dudley, of Nash ville, a member of the national wo man's liberty loan committee, attend ed. Mrs. McAdoo is chairman of this committee. The secretary was unable to attend the conference on account of indisposition. The conference adopted a resolu tion offered by Mr. Preston for sub mission to the secretary which would create what is to be known as the Government Savings and Loan asso ciation, combining the organizations pushing the sale"' of government bonds and savings stamps. The word "war," of course, is, to be eliminated and the projects waged as intensive peace measures. It is the determi nation to maintain the popularity of government securities, sold in Bmall denominations, including the liberty bond and the savings certificate, the latter being devised as a permanent . arrangement to encourage economy and'judicious investment continually by the people. Lansing May Sit At Peace Table IVL WHAT YOU CAN WASHINGTON, Nov. 12. Secre- tary of State Lansing may be the le gal representative of the United States Government at the coming peace conference. Officials this af ternoon expressed the belief that he would be selected by President Wil son for that post. The Secretary himself declined to discuss the re port. . State department officials, Ithen asked today whether the announce ment made in London that the new German Government would be like ly to get better peace terms than the former was authorized, said that it was in no way official. However, Secretary Lansing said that there has always been the disposition within this government to "be just." It became known today that the ' armistice terms have been in possession-of President WilsQn since last Monday. Maybe You or Some of Your Family Have Already had THE "FLU" If so, you will find KALO splendid to help nature build up again the weakened body. You will need something of this kind to set you right Begin to-day, feel better to-morrow. On sale at Central Drug Stores, Boyd Drug Co., E. T- Miller & Co. J. E. BIDDLE, Chairman. 0