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THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. 1919,
THREE LOCAL and PERSONAL The Eurley meets TO-NIGHT. Born ,to Mr. and Mrs. Ketron Law son, on the 31st, a daughter. The Daily Sun gives you "today'i news today." Col. George W. Doughty has re turned front a business trip to points in Georgia. Miss Mildred Snapp returned Thursday from a visit to Mrs. Henry Trent, in Knoxville. Remember, 5 penalty will be at tached to all unpaid City taxes on February 1st, 1919. Chas. H. Bew- ley. Recorder. Feblst Mr. William Brown, Jr., of Ashe- viller is the guest of Greeneville friends this wek. Mr. Sam Bowers, of Point, Texas, is on a visit to homefolks and friends In Greene county. If you want a top piece to look well and fit your cocoanut; improve your appearance so that your mother-in-law won't know you, stop at C. W. Bitner & Son, Chuckey, Tenn., where you will find a new line of up-to-date hats. Sunday school is held every Sun day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Tabernacle, on Church street. Messrs. W. C. Rosenblatt and W. G. Carter will go to Cincinnati Sun day on a business trip. Friends of Mrs. Harry E.Bright will be glad to know that she is im proving at the Greeneville hospital. No need or you to go barefoot, bareheaded or half naked when you can atep in at C. W. Bitner & Sons and buy them for your own price. "To do all the good we can, to as many pople as we can," this is the motto of this newspaper. j Mrs. B. F.Reece, of Morristown, was brought to the Greeneville hos pital Thursday for an operation. Bitner's Gingham sale a dream. Mr. John M. G. Ross left yester day for Altonia, Iowa, where he will spend some time with relatives. He tells us that he may decide to make his home in Iowa. Manager Carter tells us that he has several good shows booked for the Gem theatre during the month of February. The first will be a big musical comedy production on Feb ruary 11th. Food Administrator Closes His Office Permanently Today T. S. Hull has sold his property on South Main street to Mr. Price, head miller at the Banner Mill Co. Mr Price will occupy the property this week. The condition of Mr. Chas. John son, who has been dangerously ill for several days of pneumonia, remains unchanged today. There is but little improvement, we are sorry to report, in his condition. Mr. Edward Williams, day operat or for the Southern Railway, is able to be at his post of duty again, after a ten days' tussle with influenza. Mr, Williams' family is also much im proved. General "0. B. Lovette is assisting Judge Vines in holding court at Blountville this week. We under stand there is a heavy docket to dis pose of at this session of the Sullivan county court Mr. Robt. Brown left today for Pittsburg, Pa., where he will join Mrs Brown. They expect to return to New Orleans, La., at an early date where Mr. Brown will take up his old position on the road. Gus Stephens left today for Mem phis, where he tells us he will pur chase fixtures for an up-to-date res taurant and cafe in Greeneville. We have not learned where he will be lo cated, but he states that he will open up on Depot street. Mr. Coy Black has been confined to his home with a severe attack of influenza for the past week, but his friends will be glad to know that he is improving and will soon be able to be out again. Our good friend, Mr. Reuben Bow- Ginghams to suit everybody. Maker rs- of Dulaney, sent us his renewal rwnnl InnW vonno. mntoa fat nin. to The Dally bun today. Mr. Bowers pie look lean, makes lean people look fat,: .makes long people look short, make short people look long, and host of all, makes ugly people look pretty. Bat ner has employed an ex tra force of clerks. Mrs. James Mclnturff and Mrs. Lena Cox left the first of the week to visit Mrs. 3. H. Shivers, of Moltrie, Ga. Mr. R. A. Cobble, of Midway, is among the' good citizens of the 19th district : transacting business in Greeneville today. The sack of shoes picked up yes terday on Irish street by some one, belonged to th- children of the Greeneville Orphanage. Who ever picked them up will please return them to these children as they are needing them badly. Esq. W. T. Mitchell has been con fined to his home with influenza fcr several days, but is reported vach better. V is one of the oldest patrons of this newspaper and has been a persona friend of the editor for many years, all of which is duly appreciated. YOU ARE WANTED You are wanted at the Red Cross sewing room Monday, Wednesday and Friday of next week. An allot ment of 400 children's skirts have been received and must be .made at once. One hundred and eighty gar ments will soon arrive, all of which must be finished and shipped immedi ately to France, if the children are to derive any benefit therefrom thi? winter. Ladies desiring to new in the home and members of the aux iliaries of the A. R. C, will please call at our work room for cut gar ments. Two weeks time will be giv en to make them. Will you not an swer this appeal to help clothe the needy children of France and Bel gium, as this is probably the last call ! MRS. 0. B. LOVETTE, Director Mr. J. "W. Smith, the Daily Sun's efficient foreman, went to Knoxville this afternoon to spend the week-end with his family and friends. Mr. Jamea Rush, the well known auctioneer, is sending the week in North Carolina, where he is assisting the government in disposing of some of the army horses and mules, SEE WHAT THE BEE DOING HIVE IS Men's Heavy Shoes worth $4.50, for only $2.98. Men's Shoes worth f 5.50, for only $4.49. Men't Boots, $6.00, for only $4.98, and other heavy oods accordingly, dly 263-St. STAR WAREHOUSE We Have First Sale Monday Morning 9:30 o'clock Our averages are still hold ing good no low averages at The Star. The sales are not heavy and we will be able to get you oh the floor Monday. ' so come early. Dick Hogan will see that you get your tobacco on the first sale. Star Warehouse The office of the U. S. Food Ad ministration in the postoffiee building will be permanetly closed today. I take this opportunity to thank the citizens of Greene county for the hearty cooperation which they have given i me at all times, and to mem bers of the Committees in each dis trict for their fidelity and zeal, whjch made it possible for us to maintain an organization second to none in the country. With the work of the Food Admin istration at an end I call upon all District and Community Chairman to hold their organization together that we may do for our county, in times of peace, what we did for our county during the war. Only through or ganized effort can we accomplish big things ,and I am sure there is much Work for us to do in the near future for the imporvement of our county, and the benefit of its people. Sincerely, C. W. ALLEN, Food Administrator. Extension City Mail Service It is our intention to extend the service Vo all within the city limits that can possibly be reached hy car riers. Carriers are not expected to go through plowed fields or over sec tions where there are no side walks, to serve you, therefore, where these handicaps are in the way you should make a complaint to those having au thority, and demand your rights. Patrons can assist us very materi ally by putting up suitable mail re ceptacles at their homes. ' Carriers cannot afford to wait for some one to come for the mail, and they are not allowed to leave it on the porch oi steps. These mail boxes can be pur chased for 50c to $1.00 each and if patrons do not want to go to this ex pense, they can put up an ordinary cigar box which will answer the pur pose. Notice is hereby given, that unless patrons put up at their homes some kind of box for thb placing of mail that carriers will be instructed to re turn their mail to the post office. This rule goes into effect February 10th. Yours for the god of the service, H. H. GOUCHENOUR, P. rjlTTTTTTl M l I 1 R ! it I U it f ' 11 y 1 mm a ! U XI 1! (PC B A MW I 111! EdMktU UnV 111 Offers Absolute Security for Every Dollar Deposited Satisfactory Service to Every Patron Whether the Account is Large or Small GOME AND . SEE US C W4 ALLEN President W. C. WADDELL Vice-Pres. J. D. BRITTON Cashier G. S. MASON Asst. Cash. J t J ! ? T J. J DEATHS. j j j j n j .j. j j j SUNNYSIDE Mrs. Bruce Tilson died at her home two miles north of Greeneville Thursday afternoon. She is survived by her husband and two small chil dren. Mr. Tilson is also reported quite ill of influenza. Interment will take place this afternoon at 1 :3C o'clock, at Mt. Pleasant. The three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tullock died Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Holbrook, two miles north of Greeneville. The child had been taken by these good people to raise, and everything possible had been done for the comfort and care of the little girl. Mr. and Mrs. Tullock are sorely grieved over the death of the little child, and they have the sym pathy of everyone in their loss. CATARRHAL DEAFNESS The health of this community fe MAY BE OVERCOME verv Conrl nf thin writino- i n r. " ( ' School is progressing nice'y at this pmce, aner Deing closed ror several If you have Catarrhal Deafness or weeks on account of the flu. head and ear noise3 or are Miss Gay Johnson spent Sunday jhard of hearing go to your druggist with her parents. ' and get 1 ounce of Parmint (double Several members of the family of strength), and add to it V pint of J. M. Jones have the flu. hot water and a little granulated Mrs. H. A. Brooks spent the nast I sugar.' Take 1 tablespoonful four week with homefolks. Miss Alice Bullman is improving, and children and Sunday THIRD COMMUNITY SING AT TUSCULUM MUSIC RECITAL AT CHUCKEY HIGH SCHOOL TUESDAY lne recital, given by the music students of Chuckey high school on Tuesday evening, was well received by a large and appreciative audience, Despite the prevalence .of influenza during this school year, the pupils have done splendid workj and in pre sentmg the program they acquitted themselves in a commendable man ner. Miss Mary Earnest has charge of the class. Nice Calendar Free To All Subscribers During This Week The Daily Sun has arranged to give a beautiful calendar with every new or renewal subscription received for the Daily Sun this week. These cal endars are not the regular advertis ing calendars given our for advertis ing purposes, but are beautiful orna ments for the home and contain no prointing or advertising matter of any nature. This offer is good only until Saturday night, at which time the special $2 rate on the Daily Sun will end for all time to come. ' Biliousnes Quickly relieved without sickening. One P21 st night will do the work. '.. . . , ;i: PRINCESS and LIBERTY THEATRES -TODAY MADGE KENNEDY IN "FRIEND HUSBAND" SATURDAY EVELYN NESBIT IN "HER MISTAKE" Maynard Lee Daggy, of the Pied- moht Lyceum Association, is to speak Saturday evening at the third com munity sing' to be held at Tusculum College. . Mi Daggy Is an orator and reader of several years' experience; he is interested in community work, and being somewhat of a humorist, will make his address of interest to all. The last sing was a decided success and everybody had a good time. Prof. Brooks, of the Greeneville high school, is to be the song leader his week and it is hoped that the college chapel will be filled to overflowing. There is no charge for admission and everybody is invited. . The hour is 7:00 o'clock. Later in the spring,' the plan is to have some outdoor sings where walls will not be an obstacle to volume, and the echoes can ring for miles around. INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS The installation of the newly elect ed officers of the Ladies Missionary Society will take place at the Sou thern Methodist church Sunday morning, immediately after the preaching hour. Rev. Ealy .ha? promised to give an interesting dis course of the mission work for the coming year. All the ladies are re quested to be present to hear brother Ealy's sermon on this work. BIBLE'S CHAPEL Mr. Gray Brannon, who has been confined to his room, is reported no better. Miss Ozell Rush, who has been go ing to school at Tusculum, visnea home folks Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Summett called on some of her friends near Mosneim Saturday. Misses Mand and Kate Stephen? visited Misses Maud and Lydia Bible Sunday evening. Mr. Andy Bible made a busines: trip to Knoxville last week. Mr. Ivan Boles called; on Miss Wil lie. Brannon Sunday afternoon. The school at this place will close Friday evening, and will give a big entertainment Thursday "night, Jan 31st. Everybody invited to come ou and have a big time. We were glad to see two of oui dear old soldier boys pass througr our burg this evening. They were the Wykle boys. Hope how soon th U. S. A. boys will get back home. We are always glad to see letterf from our soldier and sailor boys. Best wishes for the Daily Sun. SWEETHEART. , Mrs. W. C. Brooks spent Saturday night with Mrs. W. I. Lane. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bart ley, on the 10th inst., a daughter Mr. Dana Thornburg returned tc Jeroldstown after spending a few weeks with relatives at this place Mrs. Josephine Holley spent Sat- unday night with Juanita Brooks Mr. Charley Brooks is confined to his home with the flu. Miss Roxy, Gray and Juanita Brooks were guests of Miss Jose phine Holley Sunday. Mrs. S. A. Bell has returned home after spending several days with hei daughter, Mrs. Albert Bible, who has recovered from a case of the flu neai Mt. Pleasant. Mr. Ben Shepherd and family have moved into their property, which h; recently purchased fcom J. E. Rick er, near Mt. Hebron. Mr. Howard - Hartsell is reported some better. Mr. Olis Bowman was visiting Mr J. E. Ricker Sunday. Those who called on Misses Ethel and Pansy Bartley Sunday were Thelma Bartley, Grace Holley, Hazel Brooks, Glenn Bartley, Ruby and Kerniit Gray. Miss Bertie Brayles is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S. Southerland, near Tusculum. Miss Mae Dinsmore was the picas an tugests of Mrs. Dana Brooks Sun day afternoon. t Mrs. F. W. Wardrop, of the south side of the river, spent from Satur day until Monday with her daughter Mrs. S. G. Dinsmore. , Litfle Mary Jenette Cooter is very sick at this writing. Miss Octolena Bell spent Thurs day night with the Misses Dinsmore. Miss Lura Broyles has recovered from a case of the flu. Leona Bartley spent Monday with Juanita Brooks. Mrs. Stella Ottinger and Bonnie Johnson spent the nieht at Mr. D B. Bird's Wednesday. Miss Cavetta Dinsmore spent Sun day with Mrs. John Bowman. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gregory and son Andrew, and Mr. J. C. Broylet spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. John Gregory, near Cedar Hill. Mr. Julius Bird spent Tuesday night with Mr. Lee Johnson. LITTLE BILL. If you allow this week to pass off without subscribing or renewing your subscription to the Daily Sun at the very low rate of $2, you have no one to blame but yourself.- Don't expect to get it after Saturday night at this rate it cannot be done. times a day. This will often bring quick relief from the distressing head noises. Clogged nostrils should open, breath ing become easy and me mucus stop dropping into the throat. It is easy to prepare .costs little and is pleasant to take. Anyone who has Catarrhal Deafness or head noises should give this prescription a trial, cnrtffff INSTALLMENT SUBSCRIPTIONS ON FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN BONDS All ubscriptions with interest on Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds are now due, and we earnestly request that everybody in arrears come in at once and make settlement without further notice from this bank. The work done by the banks has been done without any remuneration, and this bank has advanced money and paid the subscriptions for the protection of subscribers, and we hope that those who are delinquent will come in and settle at once either with funds or by note. GREENE COUNTY BANK, dly 2G3-3t. We have been reciving so many new subscribers to the Daily Surt the past few days that it has been im possible to get them all entered upon the mailing list promptly. This ex planation is given that those who do not get the paper as soon as they ex pected may understand. All papers will come one full year from the date of first issue received. Homesick Officers Swim to Freedom NEW YORK, Jan. 30. Home soil ooked so good to two army officers whose transport, the Scranton, was forced, through having explosives stored aboard, to anchor in the lower harbor todav, that they jumped over board and started swimming toward the Brooklyn shore, 200 yards away. They were picked up by a small boat, and on being landed, disappeared. Debarkation headquarters identi fied the men as First Lieutenant H. L. Bourgardes of New Kork, an avi ator, and R. S. Rose, a signal corps officer, whose address was not avail able. It wa3 said that a navy tug had been promised to take a party of of ficers ashore, and when it failed to ap pear on scheduled time the two men leaped into the water. j J aa Ja J AT THE PRINCESS. FRIDAY Madge Kennedy in'Triend Husband." SATURDAY Evelyn Nesbit in "Her Mistake." MONDAY "The Brass Bullet", Episode No. 9. i TUESDAY "Select Feature. ! WEDNESDAY Douglas Fairbanks ! in "Bound in Morocco." I SPRING HAS ARRIVED AT THE MODEL Stunning new Hats and Suits, breathing the very breath of Spring, just in. They are good looking; you will like them. Come in and try them on. TEE R tODEL "A Style for Every Taste'