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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1919.
THREE v ss-y Basket Ball ....t..... fpzzzznz LOCAL and PERSONAL jj.;, Evenb deaths. t . j . i mo veiling ju t J s .. T -w 1 . - - The Greene County Motor-Co. is unloading a car of 1919 model five passenger Ford care today. The Mothers Culture Club will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 14, with Mrs. Ed Kenney, at 2 o'clock. Sunday was a beautiful day and the attendance at the various churches was larger than for some time past. WANTED : Dressed hogs or hogs foot. Simpson Meat Market. on Dr. Ed T. Miller is confined to his room at Hotel Brumfey with an ag gravated case of la grippe. He has ben laid up for several days. We have installed a 200-ton hy draulic press, with which to apply olid truck tires and have a complete atock of Goodyear solids on hands. Green County Motor Co. "The Million Dcar Doll" carries' thirty-eight people and a car load of special scenery. This will be the best musical comedy Greerieville has had for many years. It comes to the Auditorium next Wednesday night, January 15th. 20 off on Men's Pants during Clearnace Sale, Jan. 11th to 20th, Riser Shoe & Clothing Co. Mr. Mack Broyles, of the first dis trict, was here today and gave this office an order for some printed sta tionery. Mr. Broyles is one of the Daily Sun's staunchest friends and has been of great assistance to us in getting the daily paper into the homes throughout his section. Don't miss the extra special bar gains at the Kiser Shoe & Clothing Co., Saturday 11th to 20th, inclusive. Mr. Don Russell left today for Knoxville, where he will enter schoo! at the University of Tennessee. Old Man credit is still dead, but the Great Shoe Sale is still going on at C. W, Bitner Son, Chuckey, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gass and little daughter, Mary Ruth, spent Sunday in Morristown, the guest of Mr. John M. Gass and family. The Greene County Motor Co. are expecting a car load of 1919 Mode Fords any day from tjie factory. You had better call and get yours before they are all gone. Mr. Sam M. Lyon left Sunday af ternoon for West Tennessee and Mis sissippi, on a four week' trip in the interest of the Brown Manufacturing Co, Your bread and cake worries are all over if you use CREAM of the HARVEST flour. When you give your groceryman your' order for groceries Saturday, don't fail to include a bag of CREAM of the HARVEST flour. Once you use Cream of the Harvest you will have no other. The seat Bale for the Million Dollar Doll at the Auditorium is said to be the largest advance sale so far ever received by a similar attraction here. If you desire a choice seat have it re served at Lancaster's. CREAM of the HARVEST flour is made in your home town by the Ban ner Mill Co. Housewives who have used it say that there is none better, Patronize your home town by using home-ground flour. Miss Sallie Bohannon is selling all Wraps, Coat' Suits, Dresses, Hats, Silks, Waists and Skirts at a big re duction. The Greene County Bank is install ing one of the latest Buroughs book keeping machines this week. Mies Sdith Coile, of Morristown, ia starting the bank Officials oil with the new machine and will 'be here for several days. Don't fail to visit Miss Sallie Bo hannona big mtd-winter sale, now going on. All Wraps, Coats, Coat Suits, Dresses, Hats, etc., are going at greatly reduced prices. The "Milion Dollar Doll" company playing Greeneville Wednesday is the original New York cast. This com pany plays Stub's theatre, in Knox ville, this evening. Our town is for tunate in getting this high class at traction at this time. Buy your Overcoat and save 25 while the sizes and styles are good. Kiser Shoe & Clothing Co. LOSt between the high school build ing and W. H. Gass' residence, on Tusculum avenue, Friday after noon, one ladies muff. Finder return to W. H. Gass and receive reward. Mr. J. B. Davis, of Lenoir City, came up Saturday to work off hia to bacco crop. He will return to his new home in Loudon county tenight Mr. Davis moved from near Greene ville to the lower county some four months ago and seems to be well pleased with that section. Trade with C. W. Bitner & Son Chuckey, Tenn., pay cash and save enough in twelve months to buy you a pony farm. A little clean-up work is badly needed on Depot street. The officials of the town have been highly compli mented for the manner in which they have kept the principal' streets of the city clean. They certainly do not want to spoil all this by neglecting them now. . Tax Assessor R. B. Moore has been in his office at the court house during the past week adjusting tax claims and mistakes. He will be in Greene ville during the coming week for the same purpose and would like for everyone who has a complain to make to call and see him. The Greenevile high school basket ball team will play the Glenwood high team at the high school gymnasium this evening at 7 o'clock, and a good game is promised. The people of the city should turn out and support the local boys. The admission is only 15 cents. Col. 0. S. Bradford came up from Charleston Saturday and- spent Sun day with his children here. Col. Bradford has placed his residence property in the hands of local real estate men for sale, we understand. His duties with the Southern railway keep him away all the while and his children are left all alone. The reason that C. W. Bitner & Son at Chuckey are cutting the price is that they need the money and must have it. The advertisers in the Daily Sun can be depended upon to give their customers a square deal in all transactions. Thos. H. Hensly died Sunday at his home in the First district, aged 45 years. He is survived by his wife and several small children. Funeral services will be in charge of the Jr. 0. U. A. M., and will take place at Herman church today. Mr. Hensley had been ill only a few days of pneumonia. Thos. II. Brooks died at his home in the 12th district Sunda. Fner al will take place at Gass' Shed to day at 11 o'clock. Mr. Brooks was a member of the I. 0. 0. F.( and mem bers of that Order will officiate at his funeral. .Mr. Brooks was 47 years of age, and leaves a wife and several children, all of whom have the sympathy of their neighbors and friends in their hour of bereavement. When we tell you that we have ad ded more than FIFTY new subscrip tions to the list of the Daily Sun to day you can have some idea how the people of Greene county appreciate the paper. The daily list is growing every day by leaps and bounds. We are sending more copies of the Daily Sun into Greene county homes now than we have sent copies of the Week ly Sun during the past twenty-live' years. Special Sale in Men's Work Shoes and Children's Shoes during sale days at Kiser Shoe & Clothing Co., Main street, Mason block. FOR SALE Good spring waeon. Will carry 3000 pounds easily. A bargain to anyone needing a good wagon. See me if interested. W. M. Rader. Rubbers? Yes, we have low-heel Men's and Women's with strap all strap all sizes just arrived. Kiser Shoe & Clothing Co. Sale Notice On Thursday, Jan. 16th, 1919, will offer for sale at my residence, 8 1-2 miles west of Greeneville, on the Newport pike, all my effects, such as household and kitchen fur niture, including one organ in good condition, lot of canned goods, one milch cow, one sow and seven pigs, stack of hay, some corn, fodder, also some farming tools. W. S. HUFF. A. T. ALEXANDER, Auctioneer. 246-6t HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SEC OND HAND FURNITURE. I will be in Greeneville on Thursday, , January 16th, for cne purpose of buying second hand furniture, ranges, stoves, pianos, organs, etc. Anyone having goods to sell will please leave their address with the Daily Sun. W. G. FOGLEMAN, Johnson City, Tenn. Don't Let Catarrh Drag You into Consumption jellies Avoid Its Dangerous Stage. There is a more serious stage of Catarrh than the annoyance caused by the stopped-up air passages, and the hawking and spitting and other distasteful features. The real danger comes from the tendency of the disease to continue its course downward until the lungs become affected, and then dreaded consumption is on your path. Your own experience has taught you that the disease cannot be cored by sprays, inhalers, atomizers. and other local abdications. S. S. S. has proven a most satisfac tory remedy for Catarrh because it goes direct to its source, and re moves the germs of the disease from the blood. Get a bottle from your druggist today, and begin the only logical treatment that gives real re sults. You can obtain special medical advice without charge by writing to Medical Director, 27 Swift Labora tory, Atlanta, Ga, 1 RINCES THEATRE TODAY- sixth EPISODE OF "THE BRASS BULLET" Also Good Comedy TUESDAY CONSTANCE TALMADGE IlV'eeea "THE LESSON" The little 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brown, died at their home near Cross Anchor Saturday and was buried Sunday , at Gass' Shed. "Uncle Harvey" Clayton, a well known colored citizen, for many years a resident of the 13th district, died Saturday at the poor farm. He was buried near his old home in the 13th district. LOST: Somewhere on the Jones' Bridge pike, one 30x3 in Non-Skid auto casing. Finder will please return to Sun office and receive reward. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK The annual meeting of the stock holders of the First National Bank of Greeneville, Tenn., will be held at jts banking house in Greeneville, Ten., on Tuesday', January 14, at 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of any other business that may legally come before it. THOS. D. BRABSON, Cashier. YOU PLANT YOUR TOBACCO, AND "NURSE" IT ALONG BY CULTIVATION, SO THAT YOU WILL BE SURE OF A GOOD CROP. HOW ABOUT THE MONEY YOU GET FOR IT? PLANT YOUR TOBACCO MONEY IN OUR BANK, WHERE IT WILL BE SAFE FROM FIRE,, BURGLARS, OR YOUR OWN TEMPTATIONS TO LEND OR SPEND IT. COME TO OUR BANK. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK J. A .J. .J. .J. .J. . , .J. AT THE PRINCESS. I I f" v ! f J MONDAY Juanita Hansen and Jack Mulhall in the "Brass Bullet. TUESDAY A Select Feature. WEDNESDAY William "Shark Monroe." Hart hi ROAD TAXES All parties who have not put in the required number of days on the pub lic roads are given notice that they have until the first day of February in which to call and make settlement. It is not my desire to cause anyone trouble, but my duties are to see that this road law is enforced and it is necessary that I see that settlement is made promptly. C. M. CUTSHAW, Supt. of Roada. . . I ' 1 I r?:;rr-SM:-nr-,- ...... ..', ... . y m . .,. , fc IlliilW 1 . fttn ' - v . 7 , V I - ' ; i ' I i r. ' I V"- V .4 -v. (mf.- .... . t a : : ' ; ,, . . , , . . . . , . v ; - J "v -. ' "' . . .: , f , . ' 1 ' v , ' , . - . i ' . ' i SCENE FROM "THE MILLION DOLLAR DOLL," WHICH APPEARS AT THE AUDITORIUM NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 15TH. THIS IS THE ORIGINAL TROOP NO. 1, WHICH PLAYS KNOXVILLE, CHATTANOOGA AND THE LARGER CITIES AT $1.50 AND $2.00. PLAYING HERE AT 35c, 50c, 75c & $1.00. SEATS NOW ON SALE AT LANCASTER & CO. - . - i . ..Jl l. a