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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1919.
THREE It Ml' i 1 LOCAL and Dr. Alvie Willis, of Knoxville, is spending the day here on business. Mr. W. II. Kiaer is a business vis itor in KnoxvilU today. Bargains in Clothing, Shoes and Hats.' "Thompson's. Attorney L. II.' Trim is spending the day in Johnson City on legal bus iness, . Get, our prices on Clothing and Underwear Thompson's. Mrs. J. W. Earnest and childrer arc recovering from a severe attacV of influenza. Mrs. Jud Brown is reported seri ously ill of pneumonia, contracted from a severe attack of influenza. Old Han credit is still dead, but the Great Shoe Sale is still going on at C. W. Bitner Son, Chuckey, Tenn. Mrs. Walter Casteel has been con fined to her home for several days with a severe attack of influenza. Mrs. A. H. Palmer, Mrs. J, H. Swan and Miss Eva Palmer are suf rering from the flu. The reason that C. W. Bitner & Son at Chuckey are cutting the price is that they need th money and must have it. , Mrs. Kelly Gibson and daughter are reported quite ill at their home on the Tusculum Boulevard. Remember, 6 penalty will be at tached to all unpaid City taxes on February 1st, 1919.; Chas. H. Bew ley, Recorder. F-eblst We have a big stock of Serges in Blue, Black and Brown to close out below factory cost Thompson's. Only Sixteen Xmas Club books foi 1919 at the First National Bank JOIN NOW. Small Sized Suits at a Bargain sizes 34 and 35. We are selling them now at less than they can be bought for at wholesale. W. A. Susong. Esq. 0, T. French has been con fined to his home with sickness for a few days. He is reported some bet ter. Trade with C. W. Bitner & Son Chuckey, Tenn., pay cash and save enough in twelve months to buy you a pony farm. Next Christmas expenses are taken care of by joining the First National Bank's Xmas Club. Mr. Chas. Lovette, stamp clerk al the postoffice, is confined to his home with influenza. Chas.'s pleasant smile that always greets you at the stamp window will be missed for a few days. AH advertising copy for Friday's hie tobacco edition of the Daily Sun should be in this office Thursday ev ening. Don't " neglect this if you want to reach every tobacco growet within 100 miles of dreeneville. Misses Sallie and Jennie Susong were week-end guests of Miss " Fay White, at Rheatown, Tuesday. Mr. Oscar E. Susong has returned to his home in Princeton, West Va., after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Susong. Join the TWO CENT Xmas Club at the First National Bank you will have $22.50 next December. We have a few overcoats that must be closed out at once -Thompson's. The Burley , Association will hold their first meeting this year on next Tuesday night This should be made one of the best meetings the Burley has ever had. Eve business man and citizen interested in the con tinued growth and welfare of ' the town should make his arrangements in advance to attend this meeting. ilioiisoGss Quickly relieved without sickening. One Pill at night will do the work. Ojt The U Dccto PERSONAL Mrs. R. L. Beene is confined to her home with influenza this week. The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet Thurs day afternoon, January 23rd, at 2:30 o'clock, with Mrs. Henry R. Brown, You can join the Christmas Sav ings Club at the First National Bank until February. Our Bpring line of Shoes has ar rived. They include some of the pretty chocolate colored, nobby-styk Shoes for young men and boys. Drop in and look them over. W. A. Susong & Company. All we ask is that you get our prices before you buy Clothing, Shoes and Underwear Thompson's Mr. Alvin J. Bryant, the efficient little operator of the Western Union down town office, has accepted a po sition at Kingsport, and will leave for that place this week. The friends of this young man regret to see him leave. Mr. Jas. L. Britton has received his discharge from the Service of Uncle Sam and isexpected home this week, His many friends will be glad to know that he is soon to take up the work of assistant county eelerk again. JOIN the Xmas Savings Club at the First National Bank., Friday will be "mule day in Greene ville and there will doubtless be a large crowd here. Every dajrlooks like circus day in Greeneville now days. The several hundred tobacco men here every day in the week goes to make us a fair sized circus crowd Tobacco men who have not sold their crop can continue to get the Daily Sun at the $2 rate until Jan uary 31st., This will give them all a chance to take advantage of the special price. A wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vick Anderson', o'n Church street, Tuesday evening, when Mr. Erwin Taylor and Miss Gertrude Rainwater were united in marriage, Rev. I. B. Leonard officiat ing. The young cople will reside at Kingsport, where the groom is em ployed. Hull Bros, have just completed a concrete addition to their shop on East Depot street. The "Hull" wagon is becoming famous through out this section. The boys are now reach out into North Carolina and Kentucky and are shipping many wag on sto other states. Special Sale in Men's Work Shoes and Children's Shoes during sale days at Kiser Shoe & Clothing Co., Main street, Mason block. A big line of Blue Serge Suits in our clean-up sale Thompson's. Mr. Jay D. Hawkins informs us that he expects to move to the far west within a few weeks. He will take up some government land now being opened up. Our people will regret to see him leave. Jay has been serv ing our people as city mail carrier for several years and he and his excellent family have a host of friends in Greeneville. J J J J J J J. ? J. AT THE PRINCESS. Js a j J J J '(J J WEDNESDAY Sessue Hayakawa in "The City of Dim Faces." THURSDAY "The Great Love" with Henry Walthall and Lillian Cish (Stars in "The Bjth of a Nation." FRIDAY Madge Kennedy in "The Service Star." - SATURDAY Theda Barra in"When A Woman Sins." , ' MONDAY "The Brass Bullet,"Epi- sode No. 8,' with Juanita Hanser and Jack Mulhall. ... TUESDAY Norma Talmadge in "The Safety Curtain." ; -WEDNESDAY (Will announce la ter. m ARMSTRONG BRANWN , The marriage of Miss Iva Brannon to Mr. C. W. Armstrong was selmn ized at the home of Rev. J. S. Eakin, pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian church on January 15. Rev. Mr. Eakin officiated and used the ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brannon and was a pupil at the Park City high school. Mr. Armstrong is a promising young business man. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong are now at home to their friend3 in the Ven- dome building. Knoxville Sentinel. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. (Major) Bran non formerly resided here and Miss Brannon is well known. RINCES THEATRE -TODAY- SESSUE HAYAKWA .....IN "THE CITY OF DIM FACES- THURSDAY LILLIAN GISH AND HENRY WALTHALL .....IN 'THE GREAT LOVE' i am I AM a Gift of . r tifr J0mmm , Mm - smm life J i IN w ISF1 1 ML 1 1 IPIW Ufo&MiSiW -x (&zwn? heating by doing cway with all heat-conducting pipes. I NEED but one register to heat all your home, be it three rooms or eighteen, thoroughly and evenly, up stairs and down. I am, therefore, as suitable for your old house as for a new one. Just a corner in your cellar for me and my fuel and a place above for my register. I AM now heating more than 50,000 other homes, a3 well as hundreds of churches, stores, factories and other buildings. I HEAT by Nature's own method circulation. Sending up great volumes of moist, balmy warmth, I draw in through the outer section of my register the cool air my heat displaces. ' Thjs is re-heated, purified by my fire and sent forth again to add to your comfort. I SAFEGUARD the health of your family. Just as running water purifies itself, so my method of circulating heat means pure warm air ta breathe. 'jvz.: 1 1 STOVE -Cawr 1 NEW STORE COMING The Daily Sun has information to day that Greeneville is soon to have ! another new store a Knoxville firm has written here regarding suitable quarters and announce that it is their intention to open up a general mercantile business in Greeneville at an early date. This newspaper announced some weeks ago that we would doubtless have another department store at an eany date. We had received in side information at that time bear ing upon, the subject, and this an nouncement is only carrying out what we had to say at that time. BURN TOBACCO BEDS . This pretty weather should not be allowed to pass without getting your tobacco beds in order. Be ready to sow your seed in February. It is the wise farmer who gets his plants ready first, that usually realizes the hfgh est price for his tobacco when mar keted. We have been advised to di rect the attention of tobacco growers to this important matter by one of the oldest tobacco men of this sec tion. WOMEN AT WORK During the war millions of women have been at work' in vocations into which they have never before been called in Munition Factories, Chem ical Works, Metal Works, Street Rail ways, and as Ambulance Drivers, Barbers, and Elevator Girls. Un doubtedly thousands of others have longed to serve in this way, but be cause of female ailments, which had fastened upon them, were not able to do so. Women in this condition should give Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound a trial and find health and strength, as thousands of others have done. the HAteiE Science, marking anothertep forward in the progress of I HAVE revolutionized the old methods of furnace NEILL-PKIGE C MORRISTOWN, TENN. - L p. n Rod! Lzj The Kind That Puts Roses the Cheeks, cf Women and . . . . . - age into the Veins cf Men Watch the PeonU You fcl On th Street-You Can Tell Thoso Who Hav Plenty of Iron In Their Eiood Stroaj, Healthy. Vigorous Folks i -r-rnrnin ITW wm i m i n "tii i niwii.)Lmii.mi1 cf tlx? Cespsshlss cf il&FCmiULAcf 1 It is consorvBtjvpty estimated that this r markable formula is nnw being ud by over throe million proplo annually. Among thoae who have used and atrongly endorati it are many physicians who havu bwn connt-cted with the bent hospitals and mwiical socirtiea, former Unitfd SitaU tk'tiaior and Vice I'rpsidential nominee, Chaa. A. Towns, of Minnesota; tT. S. Commiiwionpr of immigra tion, Hon. Anthony Caminetti; Judge At kin on of the United States Court of Claims at Washington: Hon. Leslie M. Shaw, Secre tary of the Treasury in the Cabinet of one of America's moat strenuous Presidents; Wm. L. Chambra, Commissioner of the United States board of Mediation and Conciliation at Washington, and former Health Commia sioner Wm. K. Kerr, of Chicago. Nenpaers everywhere oro Invited to eopy,(.i i,atemi'nt for the benefit of their readttii. ltissngeested that physicians make a record of it and keep it in their offices so that they may intelligently answer questions of patients concerning it. Everybody is ad vised to cut it cut and keep it. A copy of the actual sworn statement will be Bent to any one who desires such. It is as follows; lroo Peptonate (Special Specific Standard) Quan tity given below. Sodium Glyoerophoppliati U. S. P. (Monsanto). Calcium Glycerophos phates U. S. P. (Monsanto) P. E. Nu Vomica U. S. P. Cascarine Bitter, Magne sium Carbonate Po. Ginger II. S. P. Oil Cassia Cinnamon Precip. U. S. P. Calcium Carbonate Precip. U. S. P. Each doae of two tablets of Nuxuled Iron contains one and one-half grains o( organic ironintheform of iron peptonate, of aapecial specific standard, which la our opinion pos- Sold in this city by E. T. Miller & Co., Boyd Drug Co., Square Drug Store, Central Drug Co. 7X ORIGINAL PATENTED PIPEIESS FUR11ACE jtaant MAKK I SAVE you money by heating your whole house with no more fuel than you need for heating two or three rooms with stoves. Thousands of my friends say I save one-third to one-half. I burn coal; coke, wood, lignite or gas, . ' I AM built by expert workmen who "live" their jobs in the home of the oldest and largest makers of warn air furnaces. I am sold by several thousand of the leading dealers throughout the country. Both my makers and your dealer guarantee my claims to the utmost. I WILL bring to your home increased comfort, greater convenience, better health in winter, and with it all a great saving of money. Will you have me? I can come right away, as my installation can usually be made in one day without interrupting your present heating arrangements. Write, telephone or call for our very interesting cata log telling all about pipeless heating in general and me in particular. Into 'A sy.'T "7 X '4 n y (t ' '' f I A. teases superior qualities to any other known form o( iron. By using other makea of Iron Peptonat we could have put the same quan tity of actual iron in the tablets at Iras than one-fourth the cmt to us, and by using me tallic iron we could have accomplished th same thing at leas than one-twelfth the cost; but bp so doing we must have most certainly impaired their therapeutic flhcaey. Glye erophosphates used in Nun ted Iron is one of the most expensive tunic ingredients known. It is especially recommended to build up tho nerve force and thereby increase brain power, as glycerophosphates are aaid to contain phosphorus in that particular atate so simi lar to that in which it is found in the nerve and brain colls of men. As will be seen from the above, two Im portant ingredients of Nuxatcd Iron (Iron Peptonate and Glycerophosphates) are very expensive products as compared with most other tonic. Under such circumstances the temptation to adulteration and substitution by unscru pulous persons, is very great and the public i hereby warned to be careful and See t-very bottle is plainly labeled "Nuxated Iron" by the Dae Health laboratories, Paris, Iondon and Detroit, U. 8. A., as this is the only genu ine article. If you have taken other forms of iron without auccess, this does not prove Nuxated iron will not help you. MA"J()factuhbr's Notk -Nuxated Iron Is not a secret remedy, but one which is well known to druggists everywhere. Unlike the older inorganic iron products, it la easily as similated, dues not injure trie teeth, make them black, nor upset thestomach. Nuxated Iron is not recommended for use in cases of acute illness,, but oVily as a tonic, strength and blotid builder, (In case of illness always consult your family physician and be guided by his advice.) If in doubt as to whether or not you need a tunic, ash your doctor, as we do not winli to sell you Nuxated Iron if you do not require it. If you should use it and it does not help you, notify us snd we will re turn your tuouuy. It is sold by all druggists. , the human race. 'A t r.t - -: j ) 3 it' - s7i i i L V r! i 1 1 1 1