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THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1919.
FIVE kJ ft LOCAL and PERSONAL MENTION i 4 4 . 4 4 4 4 4 V 4. 4. 4. 4- Miss Tillie Isaacson is shopping in Knoxville today. Dr. W. E. Naff is confined to his home with the flu. Mrs. S. H. McClain and children attended the entertainment given on Monday night at - Mosheim by the amateur minstrel company of Greene-ville. Graduating presents Buy them at Lancaster's. Mr. S. N. Leming is a business vis itor in Knoxville today. Vacuum Cle ners are for sale by Bird Bros. Mr. J. A. Crawford U' reported ill at his home on Irist street. Most anything you want at . Bird Bros. . if: Misses Virginia and Louise Jewell, of Johnson City, spent the week end with Mrs: A. F. Naff. TW. T M A -1 . r i-i Special sale this week on all coat n - "uT d-T , 7 Ti. - 4- v. ni rioriJ8 Darter and Thelma Richmond, of its and hats, at Vanns Big Depart . , '. UMb viij, a., 1CLUI11CU suits ment Store. The many friends of Dr. Ed T. Mil ler will' 'be glad to know that he con tinues to improve. Graduating presents-Lancaster's. -Buy them at Bom.' to Mr. and Mrs. Gail Myers on the 23rd Inst., a daughter, who will bear the name of Gail. Graduating presents Buy them at Lancaster's. Mrs! George Donaldson will enter tain a number of her friends on Wed nesday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Paint and Wall Paper pretty new spring designs of wall coverings, just being displayed by Bird Bros. , Mrs. T. L. Swatzel and little .daughter, Snow Helen, of Hickory, N. C, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs L. W. Wardell. Shoes, slippers, Oxfords for men, women, children and babies we have the" biggest stock of shoes 1 in Greeneville, and you will make a mis tlre if voa don't see b. Vann's Big Department Store, Depot street Mr. ' and Mrs. S. B. LaRue, Miss Agnes Mclnturff and Mr. Carroll Bushong motored to Parrottsville and Newport last Sunday. Westinghouse Lamps the best money can buy, are sold in Greene ville by Bird Bros. Mr. Dug Gass is here from Cincin nati today, YisitinS his mother nd friends. Mr. Gass is just recorering from an aggravated case of influenza. See Frank Gass at Bernard's ware house before you buy your fertilizer. He buys for cash and sells for cash, and sells it cheaper. I have 16 and a large stock of high grade special tobacco grower. F. W. Gass. Messrs. Carl Lowry, E. A. Lancas ter and Prof. Pierce attended the Bible Reading Contest given at the Cedar Creek High School on Monday night and served as judges. Big War Tank Will Be Here Next Sunday Our citizens don't want to lose sight of the fact that the big war tank advertising the Victory Loan, will be in Greeneville on next Sun day. If the program is carried out, the big machine will climb some of the big hills around Greeneville and show our people just what service it was allowed to play in the last days of the war. This may ' be the last opportunity - I you will have to witness one of these WHEN THE KIDS ARE AT THE WINDOW. I handle the kind of fertilizer that makes that good kind of Burley to bacco. I sell for cash, but sell for less and can save you money. See me at Bernard's Big Warehouse before you buy. FRANK GASS. Mr. Fox M. Boswell, who came home to spend Easter with home folks, will return to Pittsburg, Pa. tomorrow, where he has been employ ed for more than a year. to their home this morning, after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. H A. Darter. LOST s On streets of Greeneville Friday afternoon, $120 in green back, consisting of $10 and $20 bills. Finder will be liberally re warded by returning to Sheriff Ben Renner. Some little' tobacco being sold yet, however warehousemen state that there is but a small amount remain ing in the ountry to sell. The frost of the past week did not damage the tobacoo crop as there has been but little set out. LOST: Knight Templar charm on streets of Greeneville. Iniitals "L. P." on charm. Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning to LeRoy Park. . Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hawkins ar rived home Friday evening on No. from their wedding tour. They visited relatives in Knoxville, Chat tanooga and Birmingham and amny ether southern states while they were away. Their many friends are glad to have them back. - Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins will make their home in this city for a while. Waters Meetings Closed Sunday The revival services, conducted by Rev. Bascom Waters, closed Sunday night at the Tabernacle, on Church street. The meetings had been in progress for more than three weeks and it is believed that much good was ccomplished. Rev. Waters is a forceful speaker and we feel sure would be welcomed back to Greene ville at any time. war tanks here in Greeneville, there fore it would certainly pay you for bringing the whole family to the city. We will publish in The Daily Sun on - Friday and Saturday the exact hour the exhibition will be given, whre it will take place and all other information concerning it. Prominent Doctor Arrested On Most Serious Charge The arrest of a prominent Greene county physician yesterday n a very grave charge and the diligent search of local officers after other guilty parties has given rise to much com ment on the streets today. The young lady implicated in the case is lying at the point of death today in the Greeneville hospital. The young man responsible for her condition to gether with the doctor who was em ployed to accomplish the crime, are well known but for many reasons we have been asked to withhold their names. It is only a question of time until you will be given full particu lars and it is certainly to be hoped that the strong arm of the law will be dealt out in no uncertain man ner. By Edgar A. Cua.t. When the kids are at the window with their faces all aglow With a merry smile of greeting, up the steps I gayly go And I leave my cares behind me and I hustle through the door ' For the hugs and glad caresses and the romp upon the floor. It may be that I am weary with the burdens of tjie day, That my task was over-heavy and I've faltered on the way, But when home I come of evening I'm as happy as can be If the kids are at the window waiting there to welcome me. There's a smile for every failure, there's a hug for every care, There are little hands to lighten every burden that I bear, There are eyes that fairly glisten as I walk along tfie street And a promise of a welcome that shall make my toiling sweet. . '' i Let the rich man have his mansion, let the great man have his fame, I thank the Lord above me for the joy's that mine to claim; And whatever else may happen, every day shall end in glee, If the kids are at the window with their happy smiles for me. Misses Adah Maxwell, Jessie John son, Maude Pence and Messrs. Geo. Johnson, Robert Rankin, M. S. Doak, Edward Gray and Charles 0. Gray, Jr., members of Miss Lucille Alex ander's music class and students of Tusculum College were the guests at the Colonial Saturday and Sunday. Yesterday afternoon many of them were entertained by friends here and enjoyed motor rides over the town and nearby vicinity. Johnson City Staff. MEMORIAL DAY The G. A. R. Memorial Day exer cises, May 30th, 1919, will be held1 this year at Stone Dam, near Afton, beginning at 10 a. m., sun-time. Mrs. J. T. Jordon, chairman of the com mittee on arrangements, will select !her assistants. The address will be-' delivered by Hon. O. B. Lovette. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Wofford spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, George W. Doughty in Greeneville. ohnson City Staff. 1 v) Z7 Erf in in 1 11 1 1 imA?,7wkim, .Siif fmmnfmf?ui Headache "S3 In Sour stomach, bad breath and kindred disorders destroy health. Get relief by taking J. n JEWELED NIGHTIES REPLACE PAJAMAS TIMBER RIDGE Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carter left yesterday afternoon for Atlanta, Ga., on business connected with the Prin cess and Liberty theatres of this city. NEWS NOTES FROM MORRISTOWN MAIL Miss Edith Coile returned to Greeneville this morning, after an over-Sunday visit with her 'parents Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Coile. Silk waists, pretty spring dresses of every description, millinery novel ties for spring and summer just in, and we are going to sell everything in our store at a special reduction during the next week. Vann's Big Department Store. , Mrs. W. A. Franklin spent Sunday in Greeneville,- as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Trobaugh. Mrs-. W. L. Oliver had as her over Sunday guests Mrs. Claud Britton and Mr. and Mrs. Jud Brown, of Greeneville. UNION CHAPEL t JPRINCESS and LIBERTY THEATRES -TODAY- NORMA TALMADGE IN "THE HEART OF WETONA" WEDNESDAY WM. S. HART In "THE BORDER WIRELESS" On Saturday, May 3rd, there will be a singing convention at this place Everybody come and enjoy the day. Mrs. James Hampton is spending a few days with her son, Mr. Theo dore Weed, at Johnson City. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Gray and daughter, Lucy, spent Sunday even ing at Robert Helton's. Mrs. M. E. Broyles and son, Ray, called on Mrs. Margaret Roberts Sun day. Mr. .Elzie Woods spent Saturday night with Ad Broyles. Mrs. Mae McKee, and Roxie Hel ton called on Mrs. W. B. Miller Sun day evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson called on Mrs. Bruce Roberts and family Sunday. Mr. Sam McKee spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. Jason Broyles. Mr. Walter Gray came down from Telford and spent one day last week with Robert Helton. We are glad to see so many of the soldier boys returning. Hdpe they all get home safely, all get home safely. VIOLET. Rev. Clemens preached an inter esting sermon at this place Sunday. There will be a decoration at this place the fourth Saturday afternoon in May. Let everybody come out. Miss Elizabeth Boles spent part of last week the guest of her grand mother, Mrs. Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Davis and daughters, Misses Lela and Willie Kate, Mr: and Mrs. Bill Davis and daughter, Zora, attended the funer al at Pine Grove Sunday evening. Miss Elizabeth Boles and Dessie Hogan took a very pleasant drive with Mr. Marvin Lee Sunday after noon. Mr. John Bowers has purchased a fine car. The Missionary Society will meet at Glenwood next Wednesday after noon and arrange for a program to be rendered in the near future. Several from around here attend ed the old time singing at Dulaney Sunday afternoon. All report a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Love visit ed Mrs. Love's brother, D. D. Bow ers, of this place Sunday. Mr. Hugh Henry was out trying his Ford Sunday. There will be preaching again at this place on the second Sunday morning. CUTIE. By United Prets.) LONDON, April 15. (By Mail.) My lady's return to femininity in cludes the banishment of pajamas from her wardrobe. The "nightie" has become a mar velous creation. In a wardrobe full of luxurious lingerie it takes first place. West End stores are exhibit ing wierd and wonderful designs. One has a shirt of vivid orange silk, a bodice almost like the decollete of and evening gown in fashion of gold thread embroidery and black net, with sleeves of the same material, and the nightie is finished at the waist with a sash of gold ribbon. So elaborate is the up-to-date wo man's sleeping wardrobe, she could easily convert it for wear over a fluf fy petticoat during the daytime. Nighties vie with each other in being unique. One story shows a creation in sky-blue silk, the bodice of which is embroidered with a majestic white swan sailing along by a large white water lily. .Another store competes by exhibiting a lingerie set of yellow silk, embroidered with a huge spread ing spider's web with the spider in set. The spider's body is represent ed by a large shining green stone, giving a jeweled effect. MEMORIAL SUNDAY Memorial Sunday, May 25th, the .exercises will be held at Pisgah, at 10 o'clock a. m., sun time. Comrade John Gray, chairman, will select his assistants. Rev. W. S. Bandy will de liver the address. This will be an all day occasion with a very interesting program. By order of the Post. SILAS FLOURNOY, Adj. W. T. MITCHELL, Com: WAR TAX ON DRINKS EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 1919 A war tax on all Fountain Drinks ex cept plain Ice Cream will become ef fective May 1st, as follows: One Cent on 5c and 10c Drinks Two Cents on 15c and 20c Drinks Three Cents on 25c Drinks This tax is to be paid by consumer at time of purchase Owing to the difficulty in collecting this tax, we are forced to place our fountain on a Strictly Cash basis after May 1st. PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Pay lor Drinks When Served Central Drug Stores Boyd Drug Co. E. T. Miller & Co. Masons Corner R. J. Snapp & Son HAY HAY HAY Horse, Mule and Sweet Feeds Poultry, Scratch and Chick Feeds Dairy Feed, Wheat Bran, -Wheat Straw Dried Beans, Clay and Whip Peas "Our prices are just a little cheaper than the other fellow's" GREENEVILLE PACKING CO. V