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THE CRELNEVILLE DAILY SUN, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1019
rouR rm ' . - . LOCAL and PERSONAL MENTION CoL George Taylor was in Knox ville Saturday. Mr. Clarence Allen spent the week end in Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dobson spent the week end in Jnoxville. Graduating presents Buy them at Lancaster's. Mr. George Farnsworth spent the week end in Knoxville. Mr. Clyde Mitchell, of Sneedville, spent the week end in Greeneville. Every day is sale day at Leming's. Mrs. S. S. Couch, of Romeo, is shopping in Greeneville today. Mr. Frazier Butler, of Mosheim, is a business visitor in Greeneville to day. i Graduating presents Buy them at Lancaster's. Mr. Omer Brown, of Baileyton, is a business visitor in Greeneville to day. Miss Cora Glaze spent the week end with her parents at Washington College. Mr. and Mrs. Will Price, of Romeo, are guests today of Mrs. J. H. Davis, on Cutler street. PRINCESS and LIBERTY THEATRES TODAY EIGHTEENTH EPISODE OF THE BRASS BULLET" Also Good Comedy. TUESDAY CONSTANCE TALMADGE In "SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE" Headache m Tht kindred Little Get relief Doctor i TRADE MARK "Always Above Par" Clothes which give you style without extrtragance. f Not only are they made from dependable cloths and tailored by hand with all Snap, Grace and Style de manded by HIGH SCHOOL CHAPS YOUNG MEN AND MEN but they are fully protected by the "Gold Bond" Certificate of guarantee placed in the pocket by the maker. We recommend them , as the best possible value to be had. We are showing All-Wool Worsteds, Ctssimeres and Serges in a wonderful line of well-chosen models. II Miss Marian Haun, of the State Normal, Johnson City, is visiting her parents in Greene ville. Mrs. J. A. Crawford will have as her guest for the week, Mrs. W. W. Crawford, of Jcroldstown. Graduating presents Buy them at Lancaster's. Mr. and Hrs. Ralph C. Moore and lovely little daughter, Alma, spent several days in Knoxville last week. Miss Mary Reel, "of Afton, spent Friday night with Miss Mae Davis, on West Main street. Misses Mary Reel and Mae Davis snpnr Saturday nitrht and Sunday jwith Mrs. J. M. Dinwiddie, of Afton. Get your Easter baskets, Easter Rabbits, Easter chickens and Easter cards at The Navelty Store. Miss Karlie Christian returned to Pineville. Ky., this morning, after spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Flora Christian. Hawkins & Butler, of Greene coun ty, are arranging for a sale of thor oughbred short horn cattle at Roa noke, Va., April 15th. Ladies' Silk Hose in Brown, Gray, Black and White you will find all sizes at' The Novelty Store. $1.50 value, special this week, $1.19. Mr. J. W. Hodge, cashier of the Farmers & Traders Bank, Baileyton, Tenn., is transacting business here today. Dr. Blanton, of Romeo, passed through Greeneville today en route to Nashville at attend a Medical Asso ciation. See our dress Ginghams at 23c. per yard. Percale 36 inches wide, for 24c. The Novelty Store. Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Allen left today for New York, where they ex pect to spend the week. Mrs. Henry D. Harmon and little children, and Miss Mabelle Byrd are spending the week with relatives and j friends at Midway. Ladies' Silk Hose in Brown, Gray, Black and White you will find all sizes at The Novelty Store. $1.50 value, special this week, $1.19. Sour stomach, bad breath and disorders destroy health. by taking ft -- ; - - .. ; -v : . VV IJ f fit U I if i 7j Ai All records of the local exemption board were shipped to Washington j the first of the month. The offices here were also closed on that date. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Bewley were among the Greeneville people who were in Knoxville Saturday to see the parade of the 117th. Get your Easter baskets, Easter Rabbits, Easter chickens and Easter cards at The Novelty Store. Dr. C. P. Fox and wife returned Saturday from New York, where Dr. Fox had been attending the National Convention of Surgeons. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed Shaw were ; among the Mosheim citizens who vis-' ited Knoxville Saturday and witness ed the parade of the 117th. See our dress Ginghams at 23c. per yard. Percale 36 inches wide, for 24c. The Novelty Store. Judge and Mrs. Dana Harmon were anionir the Greeneville folks who spent Friday and Saturday in Knox ville, witnessing the parade of the 115th and 117th. The big revival meeting at the Tab ernacle, on Church street, started off with a record-breaking crowd last night. Many were unable to get into the Tabernacle. There were several automobile wrecks and smashups reported Sat urday, but fortunately no one was seriously hurt. Two or three of the cars were pretty badly torn up. Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Quillen and Mr. and Mrs. Park Quillen, of Bulls Gap, visited Mr. Walter Quillen at the Greeneville hospital, who has been taking treatment for the past six weeks. Mr. E. L. Smith announces the marriage of his daughter, Nelle, to Mr. Hugh Broyles, on Saturday, the 5th of April, one thousand nine hun dred and nineteen, Greeneville, Tenn. The young couple will make thir home in Bristol. The streets of the city were fairly well filled with tobacco wagons early this morning, which goes to prove that the crop has not all been sold yet. Warehousemen men tell us that it will possibly require two weeks to finish sales. Prices remain good the slight drop has been almost over come, we are told. The jitney bus between Greene ville, Chuckey, Rheatown and Tus culum has been resumed. Mr. John Roe, who operated this bus for sever al years, has started up the route again, and will make two trips a day as before. The bus will leave Chuck ey every morning at 7:30 promptly, Returning in the afternoon the last trip will leave Greeneville at 3:30 p. m. This bus line proved to be of great convenience to the people along the route it made for so loii.tr, and we feel sure that the good people of that section will be glad to know that Mr. Roe has taken it up again. Time to Re-tir? (Buy Mitchell Furniture Company Greeneville, Tenn. Miller' Antiseptic Oil, Known at SNAKE Positively Relieve Pain in Few Minute Try it right now for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lumbago, sor, ttiff and swollen joints, pain in the head, back and limbs, corns, bunions, "tc. After one application pain usually disap pears as if by magic. A new remedy used internally and externally for Coughs. Colds, Croup, Sore Throat, Diphtheria and Tonsili tis. This Oil is conceded to be the most penetrating remedy known. Its prompt and immediate effect in re lieving pain is ue to the feet that it penetrates to the affffected parts at once. As an illustration, potfr ten drops n the thickest piece of sole leather and it will penetrate this sub stance through and through in three minutes. Accept no substitute. This great oil is Miller's only. Every bottle guaranteed 30c, 60c and $1.00 a bottle. For sale at Central Drug Co Greeneville, Tenn. OIL 1 ; ::: ; : .,, .... ., . wmmmmmBf" " .,,'''W . Crkwb V J In Session Today Connectine Link With Hot Springs Causing Much Com ment Little Opposition 1 Quarterly county court met this morning with almost a full corps of ! magistrates present. After the read ' ing of the various repoits the special 'business to come before the court I was taken up and no little amount of interest was manifestea" in the road J questions coming up. The special business of the court has attracted a very large erovvd to Greeneville to day from all sections of the county. Especially is this true of the lower end of Greene county, where the con necting link with the Hto Springs road begins. Stringe to say, some I of the best citizens of that section of jthe county were bitterly opposed to building this short piece of road, pre- ferring that it be routed another way. j Others were opposed to further ex i penditure for any cause, while we be I Hove the majority were strongly in j favor of finishing this gap, which would plac3 Grecncviile, Greene coun ty and East Tennessee on a direct air line with all points north and cast. MISS PRICE ENTERTAINS Miss Lottie Dean Price entertained a number of her friends at her home Friday evening, April 4th, in honor of Miss'Eulalie Broyles, of Porter's Institute. A number of interesting games were played, after which dam ty refreshments were served. Capt. R. C. Howard will leave Wed nesday for Florence, Ala., where he ha3 accepted work with the govern ment on the big new dam to be erect ed near that city at an early date. Mr. Herman Critselous, of Caney Branch, is reported critically ill. His condition is such as to make it necessary to telegraph for his broth er, now at camp in Virginia, and who has but recently returned from ser vice in France. It is hoped to get his brother here before he dies. Greeneville citizens will regret to learn that Mrs. M. L. Clemens will leave soon for Marshall, Mo., where she and her children expect to make their home until Rev. Clemens re turns from France. It is hoped that they may decide to return to this city after Dr. Clemens receives his discharge from the service. Kaplan''-, Greater shows, a carnival aggregation, is advertised to show in Greeneville all next week. It has not been announced where the tents will be pitched. Nothing is known by this newspaper regarding the reputa tion of this aggregation. It may be that we will be in a position to give our readers something more concern ing them hefore the close of the pres ent week. In publishing the wedding an nouncement of Mr. Willis Hawkins to Miss Simpson in Saturday even ing's Daily Sun, the linotype made us say Hankins, when it should have been Hawkins. The groom is the sec ond son of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Haw kins, of Greeneville, while the young lady is from one of the best known families of the county, residing near Ottway. More than one hundred tickets were sold from this point for the Knoxville excursion train early Sat urday morning. Fully this number went from here on other trains dur ing the day Friday and Saturday. Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe and little grandson, Alexander Susong, joined Mr. O'Keefe in Knoxville Friday af ternoon and spent Saturday in that city viewing the parade. "Gus' Place" Was Opened Today The new cafe and restaurant in the Mason building, on Depot street, was thrown open to the public this (Monday) morning, as has been pre viously announced. The new cafe will be known or called "Gus' Place." This name was selected or decided upon on account of the popularity and wade acquaintance of Gus Ste phens, the proprietor. The town has long needed just such a place as Gus has opened up. Everything is new, clean, well arranged and "spick and span" in every respect. There will be no tables put in for the present, but more than twenty-five guests can be taken care of nicely from the beautiful marble top lunch counter running the full length of the room. Gus says his first aim is to give good service, furnish our people the very best the market affords at moderate prices and to conduct the place in a manner in which no lady need have the least hesitancy in entering with out an escort. Little Advance Is Now In Force ai r ii Advertisers will please bear in mind that the little advance in ad vertisine rates On The Daily Sun went into effect April 1st. This an-1 nouncement was made several weeks Biro, and was made necessary on ac count of the rapid increase in circu lation. Our former rates have been 1 K. ner inch for display advertising. The present rate is 20c. per inch, nnlv wWe a contract is made for a given number of inches to be used within one year will there be any discount from this rate. Many of our citizens do not appre ciate the number of homes that are visited every afternoon by The Dai ly Sun. Doubtless you will be sur prised when we tell you that The Daily Sun now goes into possiDiy more than thirty-five hundred homes EVERY EVENING. Figuring upon the very lowest basis upon which ad vertisers base their circulations, this would mean more than 17,500 people read every issue of The Daily Sun. Our local rate remains the same 5c. per line. N There were more than three hun dred present at Sunday school Sun Hv morniner at Asbury Memorial church. There were 103 in the Bible Class, and we are informed that Hon. S. A. Susong, temporarily in charge of the class as teacher a this time, delivered a lecture that delighted all who were fortunate enough to hear him. There was an increase in at tendance at all the Sunday schools throughout the city we understand. Thieves are operating in Greene ville. Several smoke-houses have been entered recently and other dep redations reported throughout the city. On Sunday night thieves broke into the smoke-house of Mr. Harry Dobson and stole a quantity of meat. Blood hounds were brought here from Chuekey, where they had been oper ating in ah effort to run down some thieves in that section, and were tried out here this morning. Just what de velopments, were made has not been learned, but it is hoped that these thieves will be run down and placed where they belong. Our sheriff and local officers should exert every ef fort in their endeavor to catch these petty thieves. A few arrests will do much to put a stop to it. Messrs Moore & Crawford have sold the Greeneville Tannery build ing to Marion Laughters, Bruce Wil liams and Wm. Henard. It will be remembered that this new company was organized only a few days ago, at which time the property of stock of the tannery was taken over. They tell us "that the buildings will be en larged at an early date and the ca pacity of the tannery greatly increas ed. They hope to be able to take care of the business of Greene coun ty along this line at a very early date. This has never been done before on account of the capacity of the com pany being too small. Our citizens wish this new organization every success. They are young men and looked upon as good business men, therefore there can be no question about their success. IMPORTANT LAND DEAL One of the most important land deale made lately was consummated today when Dr. W. E. Naff, D. W. Williams, S. D. Bitner and C. W. Bitner became the owners of what is known as the L. W. Tipton farm, consisting of 149 acres. The consid eration was $17,300.00. This farm lies within about one mile of the city, on the Jones' Bridge pike. The new owners have not' stated what their intentions were, but it is more than likely that they will divide it into small tracts and sell at an early date. s. o. s. The Latest Wireless Signal of Distress. If you are in Distress don't fail to Signal us. We Arc Always On the Job. CITY GARAGE W"ni j.ioii i .iiiiim mi i j i in , Air Jl "v4vSs!?'"l,'1 Jfj, if Drop In Let me take your measure for your Spring and Summer Suit. Prices $25,000 to $30.00 they are dandy's, 3trictly cut to measure, truly tailored to order by the world's best journeymen tailors. Buy on a Money-Back Guarantee. COY W. BLACK Cleaning and Dye Works Phone 186. SAVE $1.00 TO JJ'K We Told You If you had one of our instruments in your home I j which had not proven to be one of the best pi- II anos in your community, if it had not given per- I i feet satisfaction i nevery way you could by writ- I j ing us have it made as good as new or replaced I j with a new one without cost to you. We are J standing right back of the statements we made j j 11 years ago. j Lynn Sheeley Co., I Southern Factory Representative fM! Office MORRISTOWN, TENN. (Ollf0 MRS. W. P. GUTHERIE, Greeneville, Tenn. W ' 'Jj Style Showing Brumley Hotel, April 7, 8, 9 until 8 P. M. SHOES ON DISPLAY Regular Fifth Avenue Shoes Same as we are now showing in our four New York Stores Shoes Retail at Wholesale Prices Select not only up-to-the minute styles, but get them at $1 to $3 under the prices elsewhere thru our system of buying at bottom prices for our 18 stores in principal cities. Men's and Women's Shoes $4.50 to $6.90 WE WILL TAKE ORDERS FOR IMMEDIATE OR FUTURE DELIVERY Our nearest retail store is Rosenbach Shoe Co. Third Floor Andrews Building, Fifth and Race Streets CINCINNATI, OHIO v See C. A. DORSEY 120 Main St $3.00 ON SHOES AT To-Night at the Big Tent One Lady Free With Each Paid Ticket 66 NA RIV Kiser Shoe & Clothing Co. v., E1RS"