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rouat THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1919. u It 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. LOCAL and PERSONAL MENTION 444'4 4'444444.44.4. Mrs. J. R. Justis, of Ottway, is shopping: in the city today. Big Reduction on all Suits, Wraps, Dresses, Skirts and Waists at Miss Sallie Bohannon's Friday and Satur day. Mrs. Jake Carter is spending days in Knoxville. few Don't fail to come to Miss Sallie . Bohannon's Big: Reduction Sale on Hats, Suits, Wraps, Dresses, Skirts and Waists, Friday and Saturday. Miss Ruth Emerson, of Chuckey, is shopping- in the city today. All the latest Sheet Music now on sale at the Rosenblatt Co. Lots of new novelties in neckwear at The Novelty Store, Mr. George S. King, of Chattanoo ga, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dyer, on Church street. Get your share of bargains on our 10c. counter. The Novelty Store. Save $5.00 to $10.00 on that New Spring Suit at Thompson's. Mrs. Allen Rosenblatt remains the guest of her mother, Mrs. G. W. Click. The Greeneville Packing Co. now have bran for sale call them over the telephone when you need feed stuff.,. Chapter Will Be Organized Here A chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be' organ ized here at an early date. We are informed that the organization is well under way, the required number of members having been almost se cers and memberscured. The chapter will no doubt be organized within the next few weeks, and the installation of the officers and members will at tract many visiting ladies to Greene ville from adjoining towns. MR. ROY GREGG If it is pictures you want, we have them from 10c. to $1.60 each. The Novelty Store, ! ; Car of corn at Bird Bros. Get some before it's all gone. "Please Don't Take My Harem Away." If this happens to vou. we can give you another. The Rosenblatt Co. c Bran for sale at the Greeneville Packing Co. ' Mrs. Elizabeth Mclnturff is ill at her home on Spencer Street. You can get good hay at the Ber Hard warehouse. Fran'; Gass has charge of the hay business, see him. Mr. S. E. Maloneleft this morning for Jefferson City, to attend the clos ing exercises of Carson-Newman College. Mr. Roy Gregg, aged 25 years, died-at he home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gregg, in the 25th dis trict, Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. He had been suffering from spinal affection for several years Funeral, services will take place this (Thursday) afternoon at Piney Grove, near the home of the deceased, Roy Gregg was an excellent young man, had a wide circle of friends, and his death will come as a great surprise to everyone. Program For Memorial Day FEDERAL COURT STILL IN SESSION Get your "Pahjamah" at the Ro senblatt Co the latest song hit. We will save you $5.00 to $10.00 on your new Suit. Thompson's. ; Mrs. Taylor Ripley is at the bed side of her mother, who is not ex pected to live. Big reduction in Hats at Miss Sal lie Bohannon's Friday and Saturday. Get our prices on ClothW anri Furnishings before you buy. Thomp son's. Get most everything you want in Motions at The Novelty Store. .9' G. Xlinger has as her guest ior tne wpelt, Miss Jessie Morrison, 01 LesDurg, na. fc'Save 'your tobacco plants by using nitrate .or ssoda. Plenty of it at oiru ores. Drinking' fountains for th tr aird a 5 and 50 cents. . The Novelty Store. Mrs. E. A. Denton was able to be removed from the local hospital to her home in East Greeneville Wed hesday afternoon. Nitrate of Soda at Bird Bros, makes your plants grow. Hay for sale at Bernard's ware house. See Frank Gass. ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce myself a can didate for Alderman -for the First Ward of town of Greeneville, to be voted for in the election to be held June, 3rd, 1919. - J- E..ELLENBURG, We have anything you want in Chinaware, Enamelware. Tinware and Aluminumware. The Novelty btore. Miss Ina Click will return to her work in Washington, D. C, Friday, after spending some time with her mother in this city. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ross are spend ing the week on their farm in the lower end of the county, which they recently purchased. Strawberries are retailing for 25c. per quart on the local market. Save $5.00 to $10.00 on that New Suit at Thompson's. Now is the time to save $5.00 to $10.00 on your new Suit. Thomp son s. ' Several Greeneville citizens are taking in the Gentry Bros, circus, at Johnson City, today. Don't fail to see the new Waist Seam Suits we are showing at $5.00 to $10.00 cheaper. Thompson's. Mrs. A. G. Wilson, of Afton. who has been at the local hospital for treatment for two weeks, was able to be removed to her home today. Beads lots of them at 15c. to $3 per strand. The Novelty Store. Mrs. Jack Carter and little daugh ter left this morning for South Dako ta, to join her husband, where they win make their home. Get your stone jars at The Novel ty Store. We have all sizes from U. gallon to 15 gallons. We have all the latest styles in young men's, Suits. Get our prices before you buy. Thompson's. The Federal grand jury was dis missed Wednesday night, having completed the work for he present term. The Manias case, from Hawkins county, in which Maness was charged with whiskey selling, came up this forenoon and the jury acquitted Maness after being out only a few minutes. The case of George Myers, this county, charged with operating a moonshine still is being tried this af ternoon. There are some fifteen or twenty witnesses in this case and the remainder of the afternoon will no doubt be required in which to hear it. There will be all-aay memorial services at Pisgah church Sunday, May 25th, 1919 As this is the time and place for the annual memorial services of the G. A. R.,; Burnside Post No. 8, we feel sure that it 1b a very appropriate time to have in con nection with our heroes of '61-5, me morial services in honor of our world soldiers that have heroicly sacrificed their lives for our beloved country in the great world war just closed. G. A. R. services will convene at 10 o'clock. Preaching by Rev. W. S. Bandy World War services will convene at 1 o'clock, p. m. Preaching by Rev. I. B. Leonard Basket dinner on the ground. Public cordially invited to bring lunch and attend all day exercises. Special invitation to all World War soldiers. Committees on arrangement for the various groups of soldiers fol lows Committee for G. A. R. John Gray, Silas Flournoy, Thomas Broy- les Committee Spanish American War S. G. Dinsmore, J. S. Gray, San key Gray Committee, Regulars W. D. Bell. D. A. Cooter, Charley Brooks. Committee. World War Carl C Bell, Hubert J. Goode Kyle Parks. Special Session Of County Court Next Saturday We were in error in The Daily Sun Wednesday afternoon when we stat ed that the extra session of the coun ty court would be held in Greeneville next Monday. This extra session. called for the purpose of electing a county trustee, to succeed the late W. R. Bailey, will be held on Saturday of this week, the 24th. On account of the interest being manifested in this election, there will doubtless be a large crowd in'the city. r TO THE VOTERS OF THE FIRST WARD OF GREENEVILLE, TENNESSEE. Mr. John M. Lyon, of Burnsville. N. C, is here today. He will return to his home on the early train Friday morning. "How Are You Going To Keep .'Em Down On the Farm After they Have Seen Gay Paree?" See the Rosen blatt Co. latest song hit, Mrs. Robt. W. Doughty and chil dren remain the guests of Mri?. Doughty's parents, in Bristol. Thev are expected home the last of the week. I am a candidate for Alderman of . the First Ward. In asking you for your vote I have no hesitancy in saying I have no selfish motive in asking for this office. I am aware of the fact that if an Alderman does his duty, there is plenty of work for him to do. v Attending the meetings of the Board is only a part of an Alderman's duty. There are many things to look after that are of more vital interest to the tax-payer. I pledge you my honor if elected I will give the business of the corpo ration my personal attention and will do all I can to see that the corpora- ion gets full value for all money pL;n out. I make this appeal to you for vour vote and Influence. " 1 ''' I- am yours," " : J. E. ELLENBURG. 2-47--lt.dly.lrf,, "How are You Going to Wet Your Whistle When the Whole Dam World Goes Dry." The Rosenblatt Co. for the latest song hjts. FARMS FOR SALE I Mr. H. M. Smith, the merchant king of the Afton vicinity, is trans acting business here today. Hugh will never be satisfied until he gets to going good in business here in Greeneville he has so many friends here and continues to make new ones every day, that it is going to be dif ficult for him to stay away very much longer. Overalls for little boys, 6 to 10 years' size, $1.50; 10 to 14 years, 1.65; youth's size, $1.75, and men's size, 31 to 34 waist at $2.25. We carry the best made. The Novelty btore. 1 511 1 Colds The 4"rrwv w Lmif you win. right at the start, use ,Docto Misses Bonnie and Derilla Tim- mons left on train No. 41 today for Knoxville, Cleveland and Memphis, for a visit with relatives and friends. Another shipment of Wirthmor waists just received. Get yours be fore they are picked over, at $1.50 each. The Novelty Store. UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION DIRECTOR GENERAL OF RAILROADS Summer Excursion Fares to National Parks, Seashore, Lake and Mountain Resorts Via SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINES Round trip tickets good for stop over privileges; with final limit Oc tober 31st are now on sale at principal ticket offices to Seashore, Lake and Mountain Restors in tjie East, North and Southeast. Round trip tickets to Western resorts, including Yellowstone, Glacier and other National Parks will go on sale June 1st. Fares quoted and full information may be obtained on application to ticket agents or passenger representatives. J. L MEEK, Assistant General Passenger Agent The Call of Spring Suggests redecorating Put your call in early jnd $e the latest designs in Wall Cootringt shown in the complete sample line of L.C. ORRELL U CO., Wall Papers. We will gladly submit this line (or your In. traction, make suwrestinm in decorative schemes, and bid on the work without oblige tlou. W. E. WAMPLER Corner Carson & Crescent Sts. PAINTING A SPECIALTY Mr. Farm 'Buyer, let me tell vou about what I have for sale : No. 1. Farm containing 103 acres. 05 acres level land, remainder hill and Rolling land; 20 acres in timber, well watered by running water. Or chard very good. Eight room house, barn and other out-buildings. Price $68 per acre. , Farm . No. 2. Contains. 46 acres. all level land ; large orchard and run ning water. . Good buildings of all kinds; 10 acres of , fine white oak timber. Price $65 per acre. Farm No. 3. Has 29 acres, all lev el land, 4-room house, barn and other buildings. Eieht acres in trood timber; 300 yds. to school. Price $2250. Farm No. 4. Contains 88 acres: good 5-room house. 35 acres level land, remainder hill land: grass and timber, springs and running water. Price $50 per acre. Farm No. 5. Contains 63 acres: good house, and 30 acres good farm ing land; remainder in pasture and timber land. Running water. Price $40 per acre. Farm No. 6. Has 57 acres: trood buildings; running water, and a eood farm. Price $50 per acre. These farms are all well located on public roads, close school and from 2 to 3 miles of railroad. For full particulars, write or see me. If you fail to find me at Bulls Gap, get a car to bring you to my house. I pay the expense. P. H.-RAMEY, 2-45-3t. Bulls Gap, Tenn CITY ASSESSOR NAMED Without any solicitation on my part, or even the knowledge that there was such an office to All, I have been elected Tax Assessor for the Corparation of Greeneville, Tenrv, and will ask that each and everv property owner within the corpo rate limits at once report as to what they possess as to Realty and Per sonal belongings, subject to taxa tion. The directions are to assess all property at its actual value, and we have the assurance that by doine this the rate of taxation will be verv ma terially reduced. I shall assess then according to my consciencious con victions, and all matters will be re ferred to the Equalization Board composed of five representative bus iness men and such corrections made as they deem proper. S. B. LaRUE, tf. . 1 City Assessor. PRINCESS and LIBERTY THEATRES -TODAY PAULINE FREDERICK . -IN ; -; I ' p- "A DAUGHTER Of; THE OLD south' .Qi h $v FRIDAY J GERALDINE FARRAR IN K "SHADOWS" 1 '., WATCH OUR PRICES WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY FRUITS Fresh Pineapples Oranges Bananas Lemons Fresh Tomatdes Baby Chick Feed-Chicken Feed Oyster Shell 24 lbs. Flour $1.50 10 lbs. Meal '. .50 Extra Large Armour's Oats . ,30 Small Armour's Oats . ; , ; .' .14 Cream of Wheat - . .24 Hominy. Grits . .14 Grape Nuts ; : ! .14 Octagon Soap specail - .05 Dried Beans lb -.10, 12V4 &.15 Prunes, Ib - .15, .20 & .2Z WE DELIVER THE GOODS HOME GROCERY COMPANY New 'Phone 18. Old Phone 103. We Pay the Highest Market Price for Fresh Eggs Our citizens can assist the gentle men who were responsible for bring ing the Chautauqua to Greeneville by purchasing season tickets. You will also save seven ' dollars during the week by doing so. These gentle men are not expecting' to make- one cent out of this chautauqua they stood for the full amount personally, in order to secure the attraction for the town. Now it is as little as you can do to assist them by purchasing season tickets. You want to get that subscription to The: Daily Sun in by Saturday night if you want to take advantage of the $2 rate. Don't say that you did not know about it, or were not given notice -we have given every one ample time to subscribe or re new if, they want the paper at this very low rate. When we say IT IS OVER we mean just that very thing, and you cannot get it at the $2 rate longer. 11 ti im m ii imiwr. 1 1 iw i !l fells si Ml w ft J - I'fli Every time you buy United States Tires your judgment is backed by that of hundreds of thousands of experienced motorists, . j hundreds of thousands who use United States Tires con tinuously, 4 hundreds of thousands who stand-ready to endorse the economy and long, uninter rupted service of United States Tires. . We can provide you with United States Tires that will exactly meet your individual requirements. There is a type for every need of price or use. Chain' Usco' od TSra WE KNOW UNITED STATES TIRES ARE GOOD TIRES. THAT'S WHY WE SELL THEM. A. J. CROSBY & Co., Mohawk. ' WALTER B. CARTER, Mosheim. DOUGHTY-STEVENS CO., (W. H. Doughty.) C. W. BITNER & SON, (C. L. Bitner,) Chuckey. 1 1 . .