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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1919.
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LOCAL and PERSONAL MENTION
DR. STOKLEY WEAVER
Dentist
Office now open in the Bo-
, hannon Building.
Modern Equipment
Office Hours: 8:30 to 12;
1:30 to 4 p. m.
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Make your old hats look new. v
Mrs. Thomas Finch is recovering
from her recent illness.
Next Wednesday will be general
'Clean-Up Day" in Greeneville.
Every day is sale day at Leming's.
Mrs. Homer is reported ill at her
home on South Main street.
Pay cash it costs less, McLain's
Cast Store.
Mrs. E. E. Ripley, of Chuckey, is
shopping in Greeneville today.
Best 32-inch Gingham, 35 cents at
McLain's Cash Store.
Dr. E. T. Miller is spending a few
days with his niece, Mrs. Tom Ste
vens.
Graduating presents Buy them at
Lancaster's.
Mr. Porter Conway, of Mosheim,
is 4 business visitor in Greeneville
today.
Mr. W. S. Doty, of Newmansville,
is a business visitor in Greeneville
today.
Bulk Seed Beans for sale at Har
din Grocery Co.
Dr. Henry Simpson and daughter,
Audrey, of Roaring Springs, are vis
itors in Greeneville today.
Make your old hats look new.
Mr. H. S. Freear, who has been se
riously ill, is able to be out again,
his many friends will be glad to know.
Get your hat dye, all colors, at
The NOVELTY STORE.
Graduating presents Buy them at
Lancaster's.
The Cherokee Club will meet at the
home of Mrs. D. S. Susong Tuesday,
April 1 5th, at 2:30 o'clock.
Make your old hats look new.
Look through our big line of hats
for Ladies,' Misses and Children
91.00 gets choice of any hat. S. N
Leming Co.
Mrs. D. S. Ripley has just received
some very interesting German relics
from her son, Dana, who is with the
American expeditionary forj tfi
France.
OrsiJjjaiffig presents Buy them at
JLancaster's.
Mrs. Lena Cox will leave Monday
for her home in the state of Wash
ington, after a visit of several weeks
, with relatives here and at other points
in East Tennessee.
PRINCESS
and
LIBERTY
THEATRES
TODAY
HAROLD LOCKWOOD
IN
'THE GREAT ROMANCE"
MONDAY
WILLIAM S. HART
In
HELL HOUND OF ALASKA"
Mr. A. J. Bird has been confined
to his home with sickness for a few
days.
THE SCOUT
Our line of Georgette and Crepe
de Chine waists are better, and we
sell them for less $4.50 to $6.00.
McLain's Cash Store.
Every little improvement should be
noticed gasoline has fallen two
cents in price.
Always a reason we sell for casn
and don't lose any bad debts, so we
can sell for less. McLain's Cash
Store.
Mrs. W. D. Williams and Miss Zoe
Williams are spending the week end
with Knoxville friends.
Now this is economy As we are
not able to wait on our shoe trade,
we are filling one counter full of La
dies,' Misses' and Children's Slippers
in Oxfords, Straps and Pumps. All
that we ask is that you pay the war
tax on them $1.49. S. N. Leming
Miss Vivian Vann and brother,
Claudius, and Miss Kathryn Brum-
ley motored to Knoxville for the day
Ginghams every day the same at
The Economy Store 15c, 20c, 22c
and up. S. N. Leming Co.
Mr. W. R. Shelton, of the Myers
Dry Goods Co., of Morristown, was
in the city Friday in the interest of
the company.
Seed Sweet Potatoes just received
that good kind, at the Hardin Gro
cery Co.
Mrs. John Jennings and two sons,
of Knoxville, are spending the month
of April at Hotel Brumley. Greene
ville friends are g'ad to welcome Mrs
Jennings back to Greeneville.
One great big lot of 5c, 8c. and
10c lace for 4c. a yard at The Econ
omy Store that's Leming's.
The foundation work of the big
office building and apartment house,
on Summer street, was commenced
this week.
See our line of Organdie and
Voils. We sell for less. McLain's
Cash Store.
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k jir. inos. wraoson returned Fri
day evening from a business trip to
Atlanta, in the interest of the Vic
tory Loan. Mr. Brabson is chairman
for Greene county.
Carter & Simpson are selling
Sweet and Dairy Feed at $3.50 per
100 lbs. a 11. tf.
Many . subscriptions to The Daily
Sun' are now expiring and as a result
a large number of papers will be stop
ped the first of the week unless re
newals are received.
If it can be had you will find it at
the Hardin Grocery Co. Our one leT""i
sire is to satisfy our customers.
Several business houses are to be
erected on the Chapman lots, which
were sold two weeks ago. These
buildings will be erected during, the
early spring, we are informed.
Good, well-made Work Shirts,
sizes 14 to 19, 98c. No use to pay
more. McLain's Cash Store.
Mr. Carl Bradford, who has been
in the U. S. Navy for two years past,
is here this week, on a visit to his
brothers and sister. He will go from
here to Charleston, Tenn., to spend
a few days with his father before re
turning to his station. Carl expects
to receive his discharge some time
soon.
New Feed House
Susong; Brick Stable
Depot Street
Feed of all kinds will
be kept on hands and
our prices will be
found reasonable.
ALL FEED DELIVERED
Anywhere in the City
Carter & Simpson
(Rev. Phillip Clifford in Boy's Life)
'Tis good to 'tend meetings, have fun
with the boys;
'Tis all right to holler and make a
big noise;
'Tis great to run races, and win med
als, too;
'Tis dandy and jolly to do what
Scouts do;
To hold down an office, be ranked as
a man,
And play the important in organized
plan;
But Scouts are fellers that give of
their best;
In work time, in play time, not just
when they're dressed.
If you thing and embody your
thoughts in deeds,
If you talk and by talking sow living
seeds,
If you spend and are spent for the
things worth while,
If you live and by living make others
smile,
Then your life will be music, sunshine
and love;
Your words will be welcome as if
from above;
And folks will be glad when they see
you about,
Just thinking and talking and acting
The Scout.
I Church Notices
FOR SALE: Household goods, elec
tric washer, beds, stoves, etc. One
day only, Thursday, April 17th.
Mrs. M. L. Clemens, 206 Irish St.
2-13-4t.
Hon! Newton C. Myers was a pleas
ant caller at The Daily Sun office
this morning, while transacting bus
iness in the city.
City officials are offering to co-operate
with citizens generally in a gen
eral clean-up of the city next Wed
nesday. Citizens generally are urged
to take a survey of their premises and
arrange to have them thoroughly ren
ovated.
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Rev. O. G. Klinger, Pastor.
Sunday school in the Presbyterian
church will have much of interest to
the public. The day in the calendar
of the church is known as Palm Sun
day, and commemorates the triumph
ant entry of Christ into Jerusalem.
The morning service will be in har
mony with the thought of the day.
The pastor's theme will be, "Thy King
Cometh Unto Thee." The musical
program will be full and splendid.
A vesper service will be held at
4 o'clock, when the Easter music will
be rendered. The early date has been
necessitated by the proposed absence
of several of the singers on Easter
day. The service will not last the
full hour.
The Sabbath school will meet at
9:30 o'clock, instead of 9:15. The
Men's Bible Class is growing in every
way. The members of the church in
particular are urged to be present.
The mid-week prayer service will
be held on Wednesday at 7:45
o'clock.
ASBURY M. E. CHURCH
E. O. Woodyard, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:15, T. S. Hull,
Superintendent. Men's Bible Class
meets 9:30, Hon. S. A. Susong,
Teacher,
Preaching services, 10:30. Subject:
"The Common People Heard Him
Gladly.". Mr. Jeff Wall will sing.
Dr. Monor C. Baldwin will give an
Organ Recital at 6:30. Admission
Silver offering at the door.
ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. W. A. Jonnard, Rector.
Services this Lent: Every Thurs
day night, 6:45 P. M.
All welcome.
Time to Re-tire
TIRES
Guaranteed
By
MITCHELL
FURNITURE
COMPANY-
Greeneville,
Tenn.
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH
J. B. Ely, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:15 a. m., H. E
Holland, Superintendent. Men's Bl
ble Class taught by L. H Trim. Solo
by Mr. Jeff Wall.
Morning service, 10:30. Pastor's
theme: "Pretexts." Centenary
speaker, F. A. Rosenblatt. N
No evening service at the church
The congregation will worship, at the
Tabernacle.
CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN
A. H. Willoughby, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:15, a. m., con
ducted by Superintendent George W.
Doughty.
Morning worship, 10:30. Subject:
"Rivers of Living Dater."
Junior Endeavor, 2:00 o'clock, p.
m.
Senior Enedayor, 7:00, p. m.
There will be no evening services
on account of the union revival.
Mr. C. A. Vann came in off the
road today, and will spend the next
few days with his family.
Hear Dr. Monor C. Baldwin, the
world's greatest concert arganist, at
Asbury Memorial Churcn" Sunday ev
ening, April 13th, from 6:30 to 8
p. m. The concert will be over in
time for our people to attend the re
vival services at the Tabernacle.
Mr. Wilson Wattenbarger, of Bai-
leyton, returned from Baltimore this
morning, where he had been for treat
ment at the Johns Hopkin hospital.
His friends will be glad to know that
he was much benefitted by the trip
and comes back greatly improved in
health.
SACRED EASTER CONCERT
AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Miller' Antiseptic Oil, Known as
SNAKE ML
A sacred concert, consisting of
Easter music, will e given by an aug
mented choir, at the Presbyterian
church Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Prof. T. K. Jaynes, of TcUlum is
organist and choir director, and this
within itself is a guarantee to Greene
ville citizens of a most delightful con
cert. The public is cordially invited
to this Easter Concert.
NOTICE!
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen
have designated Wednesday, April
16th, 1919 as Clean-Up Day for the
city of Greeneville. All parties are
urged to observe this day by cleaning
up their premises and placing the re
fuse on the walk or outside the fence
in front of their premises where
truck and men can get to it easily,
and it will be hauled away free of
charge.
BOARD OF MAYOR & ALDERMEN,
By MARION LAUGHTERS,
Chief of Police.
Fresh Vegetables, every kind that
the season affords, at Hardin Gro
cery Co,
m
Constipated?
If so. vou can obtain sure and
titi speedy relief by taking
Doctor
Positively Relieves Pain in Few
rainutes
Try it right now for Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, sore, stiff and
swollen joints, pain in the head, back
and limbs, corns, bunions, etc. 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 remeJy known. It
prompt and immediate effect in re
lieving pain is r'ue to the foct that it
penetrates to the affffected parts at
once. As an illustration, pour 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
oottle. For sale at Central Drug Co
Greeneville, Tenn.
Mr. Jos. Parker, of Chuckey route
1, was a renewal subscription caller
for The .Daily Sun this morning. Mr
Parker had many nice things to say
about your little home daily newspaper.
Get your hat dye, ill colors, at
The NOVELTY STORE.
The snow storm scheduled for this
section yesterday didn't materialize.
Frost was also predicted for last night
but reports from different sections
of the county this morning are to the
effect that Jack Frost did not put in
his appearance.
Get your hat dye, all colors, at
The NOVELTY STORE.
Stella Mae, the little three-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
White, died at their home Sunday af
ternoon. Funeral will be conducted
Sunday afternoon at Gass' Shed; in
terment also at the same place.
Editor Kinkaid, of the Kingsport
Times, spent Friday here on business.
He tells us that he intends to give
Kingsport a daily newspaper at an
early date, and his knowledge of the
business guarantees the citizens of
that thriving little city a creditable
sheet if they will only give him their
earnest support. .
To-night closes the engagement of
the Earl Hawk Stock Co. in this city.
The company has done a good busi
ness during their opening engage
here. All who have witnessed the
opening performances are frank to
state that the company is much bet
ter than when it was last seen here.
The people connected with the attrac
tion have been here for several
weeks, all the rehearsals having taken
place here, and our people have had
an opportunity to get well acquainted
with them all. They have all con
ducted themselves in such a manner
as to win the respect and esteem of
our citizens, and they leave behind
many warm friends who hope that
they may play a .return engagement
at some future date.
Chairman Thos. D. Brabson has
returned from the Victory Loan Con
ference for the Atlanta District and
reports a very fine meeting. He saw
the publicity director, and was prom
ised a display of German war relics
for the county during the campaign;
also that Greene county would have
a Whippet war tank exhibition and
probably an aeroplane flight. The
terms of the Victory Loan will be an
nounced next Tuesday night by Sec
retary Glass, in New York, and the
notes will be from one to four years,
and carry a higher rate of interest
than any previous issue. More defi
nite information will be available the
first of next week for the committees
through the county.
All the Newest Styles
The
Prettiest
Line
of
Ladies'
Hats
We
Have
Ever
Shown
All the Newest Straws
Absolutely beyond any doubt
we are offering now the great
est values ever offered in new
Spring and Summer Millinery.
. BUY HERE BY
COMPARISON
The Model
"A Style for Every Taste".
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"You know, to me, this automobile
is like a woman."
"How do you mean?"
"I'h afraid I'm never going to un
derstand it and I never know what
it's going to do next." Detroit Free
Press.
Flatbush. My wife is a great eater.
Bensonhurst. Really, is that so?
"Oh, yes. Why sometimes she gets
hungry between meais and sets down
and just devours the cook book.
Yonkers Statesman.
DOING OUR BIT
FOR THE BOYS
.ajyh0. bVC WCriTtiie khaki must have new
Suits and new Hats. If they come to us for the Suit,
we'll GIVE them the Hat.
It's a gift, pure and simple. Wish we could do
more , but the suits are marked on a mighty slim mar
gain of profit, and we're not millionaires. ''
A $4.00 Hat Given
To Any Man
who is now, or who has been, in the service, if he
buys a Spring Suit during this sale.
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Spring Suits Are Priced
$20 to $45
Come here for your Spring Suit and you'll find values that cannot be duplicated
anywhere at our prices.
We can fit any man. We can please any taste. We can show you the finest hand
tailored colthing manufactured in America, and the assortment is almost unlimited.
That covers the ground in few words, but it's pretty good assurance that all you're
looking for is right here.
KISER SHOE & CL
Mason Block
OTHING CO.
Main Street
Vi
t
.'4
Tonight at the
Big Water
proof Tent
Prices
10c
30c
LEMET
"NATURE'S

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