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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919. LOCAL and PERSONAL Don't forget the big stock sale next Monday. Friends of Mr. D. S. Ripley will regret to learn of his 'serious illness at bis home on North Main street. A great excitement was caused far and wide at Chuckey, Tenn., today. This excitement was due to C. W. Bitner & Son putting out to their customers hundreds of dollars worth of shoes at jobbers' prices. They have sizes and styles to suit all. Mr. Willis Vann will leave tomor row for Fork Union, Va.f where ho will re-epter school. If you have never used CREAM of THE HARVEST flour a trial will be e revelation. Your grocer sella it A very, sad death occurred at C. W. Bitner & Son's store on January 1st, when Old Man Credit passed peacefully away. By his death we will be more able to sell cheaper than ever before. A trial is all we ask. Come 'round. C. W. Bitner & Son, Chuckey, Tenn. v Miss Lucy Mclnturff has returned to Washington, after spending the , holidays with homefolks and friends here. Remember the name CREAM of the HARVEST and have no other ' when you need flour in your home the next time. Mr. J. D. Smith, of Newport, is the guest of Greeneville friends this week. Mr. Smith is an old v S e ville man but has been residing in Newport for the past two years. C. W. Bitner & Son, Chuckey, ,Tenn., will sell you ginghams at 25c and 30c per yard. Why go to Greeneville and other small towns and pay more?. Rev. I. B. Leonard lost a- pair of tan kid gloves on the street this morn ing. He says he 'will be very grate ful to the finder if he will return them to the Daily Sun office. Mark Bright and T. D. Leming have sales advertised for. next Mon day at the Starnes stables, in Greene ville. ; They tell us they have some of the best cattle ever put on the block in this town. Hon. J. C. Rowan, representative from Greene county, left today for Nashville to be present at the open ing session of the Tennessee legisla ture on Monday. Tell your grocer to send you CREAM of the HARVEST the next time you place your order for flour. You will never use no other. CREAM of the HARVEST is the name of the flour guaranteed by the Banner Mill Co. of your home town. It is osld by your groceryman, and all we ask is that you give it a trial. Mr. J. H. Earnest, a good friend of this newspaper and its editor, was here from Chuckey yesterday after noon and piad us for two subscrip tions one year, one for the Daily and one for the Weekly Sun. All trains are running from two to three hours late. The west and east bound trains Friday evening did not reach here Friday evening until after 8 o'clock. Alfred Armitage was knocked down by sled on the McKee street hill Friday night while coasting and received an ugly cut in his jaw. The little fellow was pulling his sleb back up the hill when he was struck by a fast sled comfng down. His injuries are not of a serious nature Mrs. Joseph Renner, of Cleveland, Tenn., is on a visit to her son, Sheriff Ben F. Renner, on West Irish street. Mrs. Renner is returning from a visit to her son, Mr. Joseph Renner. who resides in Johnson City, but who has but recently returned from Johns Hopkins hospital. She states that he was very much imporved by the treat ment hereceived while at the hospital and is on the way to recovery. Some months ago one of the Greeneville banks offered a premium of $25 to the boy or birl selling the largest amount of War Savings Stamps within a given length of time. We have been asked to publish the successful contestant and if the de sired information is furnished us we will be glad to make the announce ment in Monday's Daily Sun. HUPMOBILE SEDAN FOR SALE I will sell my Hupmobile automo bile at a bargain. It is in perfect condition and has been run only 7, 000 miles. d-241-2t THOS. D. BRABSON. FOR RENT Three rooms; water and lights, good neighborhood ; rent $5.50. Call Sun Office. 112 Howard street. d241-3t I j AT THE PRINCESS. J J j J J. SATURDAY Theda Bara in the Theda Bara Super-picture "Cleo patra." Admission 25 cents. Quarterly Court Next Monday The January term of quarterly court will as usual be the most im portant session of the court for the year. There is some very important business to transact and no doubt it will require a two days session to dis pose of the business. Officers for the coming year to to be elected, also the election by the court of a county su perintendent of public instruction, county . road - comissioner and other officers to be elected by the court. There is only one applicant for super-' intendent of public instruction, that being the present incumbent, Prof. Pierce. He will no doubt be re-elected without opposition. There are several applicans for county road su perintendent, the present incumbent, Mr. Cutshall, is standing for re-election. Mr. D. G. Morrow is sales manager at the Old Reliable Banner tobacco warehouse this year. "Dug" is well known to tobacco growers of this sec tion they all like him they all know that he is a good judge of to bacco and can tell what a pile of to bacco should bring the firt time he casts his eyes upon it. He has been engaged in the tobacco business all his life and has made a study of it. He keeps well posted on the markets, and tobacco sold on the Banner floor will bring every cent it is worth. The Banner warehouse was fortunate in securing Mr. Morrow as sales man ager this season. His popularity and knowledge of. tobacco will mean much to this already popular warehouse. ' Considering the difficulty that was experienced in getting materials and labor on account of the war, Road Commissioner Stushawl tells us that his report fo the county court 6n Monday will show that much val uable work has' been done on the pikes over the county during the past year. A number of concrete bridges have been put in and others repaired The pikes have been repaired in most all sections where the work was need ed worse, and everything considered Mr. Cutshawl feels that he was for tunate indedd in getting along as well as he did. There is much improve ment and work outlined for the com ing year and a mush better showing can be made. DEATH OF ROY REAVES. Mr. Roy Reaves, aged 25 years, son of Mr. John W. Reaves, who re sides south of Chuckey river, died at his home near Mt. Pleasant, three miles south of Greeneville, this morn ing at 8 o'clock. Mr. Reaves had been ill about one week with pneumonia. He is survived by his wife and two children. Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock at Hermon church, east of Brown's bridge, where interment will also take place. ' OTTWAY The health of this community is very good at this writing. The school at this place is pro gressing nicely. Miss Nora Myers, of Pilot Knob, entered school at this place today. Mrs. R. A. Gaby is visiting her par mts, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Young. Mrs. John Brown is seriously ill it this writing. Mrs. Ry Gass spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents. Miss Nina Moore is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Grover Hawkins. Messrs. Ray Young and English Pierce have returned from camp. We are glad to see them home. Misses Mary and Emma Lee Burns spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Lula Collins. Mrs. Dora McCurry and daughter. Dorthy, spent Christmas holidays with her sister, Mrs. T. J. Gass. Mr. Frank Mathes, of Baileyton, is moving to his father's farm in Ken neytown. Miss Ethel Gass spent Saturday night and Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Dor McCurry. ( ' Mr. Jim Brown and family are con fined to therr home with the Flu. Mr. Bob Brown and family spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gass. - Miss Rose Myers, .principal of the school at this place, spent the week end with Miss Bertha Jeffers. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Carter spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. T. R. Justis. Mr. George Kilday and Miss Mar tha Gaby spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kenney. Mr. Lee Chapman's children have ;he whooping cough. Mr and Mrs. John Kenney spent Tuesday at J. O. Young's. INDLN MAID. Coldest Weather Of the Season This morning was the coldest weather this section has had this year. Mercury registered two below early this morning. At several places it is said to have registered as low as four below. The heavy snow that fell Thursday night remains" on ' the ground. Snow continued to fall throughout the entire day Friday and reaced a depth of about twelve inches. Farmers tell us that the -snow is a great protection and even a benefit to the wheat crop. The cold snap will have a tendency to check up to bacco sales for a few days as it re quires damp weather td handle leaf tobacco. Mother of Joe Strauss Dies at Home in Pulaski Joe Strauss, proprietor of the Strauss department store on State street, received a telegram yesterday m6rning announcing the sudden death of his mother, Mrs. E. B. Strauss, which occurred at the family home in Pulaski, Va. Mr. Strauss went to Pulaski on the noon train and will tend the funeral and burial. Sho is survived by her husband. No de tails of the cause of her sudden death could be learned, as Mr. Strauss had no notification of her being sick. It was announced here last night that the body would be brought to this city for burial. Bristol Herald Courier. These people were residents Greeneville for many years. of MRS. IDA RICKER McCONNELL News was received here yesterday announcing the death of Mrs. Ida McConnell, of El Paso, Texas. Inter ment will take place in El Paso. Mrs. McConnell is the daughter of Mr. John Ricker, of the twenty-fourth district, and has many relatives and friends in Greeneville and Greene county who will be shocked to hear of her death. Ted: We're asked to feed the Ger mans. , Ned: I'm perfectly willing if Hoo ver hands them out the same kind of portions we are served in the fash ionable resorts. Life. ' 1 RINCES THEATRE TODAY- THEDA BARA IN...-. "CLEOPATRA" , MONDAY FIFTH EPISODE OF "THE BRASS BULLET" Also Good Comedy. LIVER DIDN'T Stjt 5 jtst Oil Ktstacky Lady, Altar t Few Doses ' ifeadortYffle, Kyj-JAn. Cynthia Higglnbotham, of till town, says: "At Bay age, which la 65, th liver does not act to well as whea young. A few yeara ago, my stomach was all out of fix. I was constipated, my liter dl&a't act My digestion was bad, and It took so little to upset me. . My ap petite was cone. I was very weak. . . I - decided I would give Elacfe Draught a thorough trial as I knew It wn highly recommended for- this trouble. I began taking It I felt better after a few dose, My appetite improved and I became ttronser. My bowers acted naturally and the least trouble m eoa rlffcUd vita a few P THE ADAMS WAREHOUSE Opened with 1st sale January 1st sold 30,003 lbs. for $9, 574.94, an average of $31.90. Everybody was satisfied, and that is our motto TO SATISFY OUR CUSTOMERS. We will have a sale about 11 o'clock Monday and will sell at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday. Bring in a load and let us sho wyou how high we can sell it. We give you a few sales made opening day: J. L. WARREN: 60 36 $21.60 120 50 . 60.00 96 40 38.44 150 SO...... 75.00 72 55 '. 39.60 498 Lb.... Average $234.60 $47.08 DON'T FORGET THE ADAMS WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE JOB. THE ADAMS WAREHOUSE R. C. EMERSON, Prop.' ROUTES 12 AND 15 The halth of this community is some bettgr at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Wells were vis itors at W. M. Price's Sunday. Mr. Bird Parman and Mat Johnson passed through our burg Sunday aft ernoon.. We are glad to see Bird back in the neighborhood again Mr. Neal DeVault was out boat riding Sunday. Misses Leola Wells, Pauline and Ruth Woolsey were visitors at Mr. James Wade's Christmas day. They report a nice time while there. We sure enjoy reading the good letters from the soldier boys. Hope to see them all return safely. Mrs. H. A. Harmon,' who has been confined to her room with a broken arm, is recovering slowly. Mrs. W. M. Price and two daugh ters, Misses Martha and Lottie, were callers in our home one day last week. Mr. -Robert Woolsey, and family took dinner at T. C. Wells one day last week. Miss Bessie Johnson was a business visitor at -Greeneville one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wells and chil dren spent Christmas night with Mrs. Wells' mother. Sorry to hear of Mr. B. Ff Al dridge and family having the flu. The Wells brothers have moved their sawmill to Mr. Roscoe Woo! sey's. There will be preaching at lit. Zion Saturday night and Sunday. Let everyone that can come out and hear the gospel of th Lord. Mrs. John Price and daughter, Miss Flora, called on Miss Mary Price a few days ago. There will be preaching at Sulphur Springs Sunday evening, January 12. Come out and hear the new pastor. Sunday school is progressing nice ly. I think there should be an ever green Sunday school in every church, but so many Sunday schools are broken up on account of the flu and bad weather. We were sorry to hear of old San ta Claus having the flu. Hope he is better. I guess I have given about all the news of this place. If this doesn't get lost in the waste basket I will write again. Success to the Sun and its many readers. ROSE MARY. AC DIGESTION WAS DAD Wko TeSi How iU Wis RiHrrd cf Elack-Dricjli. daeea of Black-Draught" Seventy ye re of luccetiM tt iu made Tbedford'a Black-Draught standard, household remedy. ' ETery membw, of every family, at timet, need the help that Black-Draught caa give In cleansing the system and re lieving the troubles that oone from constipation, Indigestion, lazy lirtr, eta. You cannot keep well unless youf stomach, liver and bowels are in good working order. Keep them tkat way Try Black-Draught It acta promptly, gently and la a natural way. If yon feel slojxlsh, take a doe tonight Ton will feel frssa tomorrow. Price 25c a packtfe Oa test a dee AH drucsista, 3. 13 J. H. SHIPLEY. 222 36 ...... $79.92 220 40 88.00 282 46.... 129.72 208 58 120.64 84 59 49.56 1016 U$ $467.84 Average ... $46.02 GRASSY CREEK As there is no one writing, from this place, will try to give a few items . The health of this community is very "good at this time. Mr. Francis McAmis, who has been spending the past week with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McAmis, returned to his home in Johnson City today. Mr. Henry Hartman's daughter, Miss Selma, went to Greenevilla to day. The farmers of this community are getting along nicely with their plowing. Quite a number from this place are marketing their tobacco thin week. Mr. James D. Hartman is suffer ,ig with rheumatism. Mr. R. T. McAmis motored to Greeneville today. Mr. Lacy C. Hartman, who has been in the training camp at Fun ston, Kansas, is expected home in a fw days. Mr. J. M. Carter butchered some nice hogs this week. f Miss Margaret Hartman visited her aunt, Mrs. E. G. Moyer, at Afton, Sunday. Mrs. Moyer has been In de clining health for several months. Her many friends wish her an early recovery. The wheat in this community is looking fine. ' , , We wish the Editor and readers of the Daily Sun a prosperous New Year. As this is my first letter, will close, and if this escapes the waste basket will write again soon. ROSEBUD. GREENEVILLE ROUTE 2. Christmas passed off very quietly here. The influenza situation is slightly improved in this vicinity, i The family of Mr. W. A. Hogan are all able to be out again. Mr. T. H. Roberts continues to im prove. Mr. Clarence Borden came in on a short furlough last week. He re turned to camp Thursday. Mr. Herman Bowers has received his discharge and is at home now. Miss Dessa Hogan and Mr. Herman Bowers were visiting friends Sunday afternoon. Miss Dona Seay, of Greeneville, visited her brother, Mr. T. S. Seay, last week. Mr. Lace Wykle has returned home from camp. We are glad to see Lace looking so well. Mr. Carter Rader, of Greeneville, spent Christmas with his aunt, Mrs. T. S. Lauderdale. Mrs. W. C. Roberts and son are visiting Captain and Mrs. Roy Tur ner, of Fort Monroe, Va., 1 Miss Elizabeth Boles is spending the holidays at home. Quite a number of our citizens are taking advantage of the cold spell to kill hogs. ; ' People are looking forward to tak ing in their tobacco the first of the year. We understand Mr. C. W. Hogan will be connected with the Star Ware house this season. Since writing this we learn of the death of Mr. John C. Clowers, which occurred at his home' , near Tine Grove, yesterday afternoon. He was taken suddenly ill while at the din ner table, and died soon after. In terment will take place at Pine Grove this (Tuesday) afternoon. The Daily Sun is growing in popu larity in this vicinity. PATTY JIM.