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FOUR yiE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN,' SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919. 4 Residence Damaged LOCAL and PERSONAL MENTION SYMPATHY If I could feel within my heart the woe And grief that you so keenly feel today If it had been my lot in life to know The severing of heart-strings and the sway Of sorrow, wild and unrestrained, then maybe I Might come and weep, as you are weeping here, Where lillies, white as from the fields on high, Lay tenderly across a somber bier. You my friend who've suffered much and long, And know the touch of tiny lips and hands, And felt the pang when death, with cruel song, Came stalking in tx wry none un derstands, May hnve my sympathy; but eyes are dry And weak the words I give when teardrops start, But these are all that I can give, for I Know only emptiness of arms and hoart! Will F. Guffin. We do Re-charging and Repairing All work guaranteed. We test and water you batteries free of "hsrgi. City Garage, Depot street. Mrs. G. W. Whisenhunt, of Atlan ta, is the guest for a few days of her sister, Mrs. Claud Britton, on West Church street. There will be a meeting of the Ju nior Red Cross at the High School building at 4 o'clock Monday after noon. All members are urged to be present. Mr. Ray Bullen, who haa been over seas with the Sixth Division, ' 54th regiment, returned home last night, having received his discharge at Fort Oglethorpe yesterday. By Fire Today Fire this morning badly damaged the residence of Mrs. Sam Peters, on College street. The alarm was turned in about 11 o'clock, and by the time the truck arrived the fire had gained such headway that the roof of the building was almost com pletely destroyed, and the entire up per floor badly damaged. Mrs. Peters was burning some pa pers and trash in the kitchen stove, and it is supposed that a lighted pa per ignited the roof, where the fire was first discovered. The loss was total as no insurance was carried. SALVATION ARMY HOME SERVICE FUND Mrs. Herbert Marshburn, of West Point, New York, will arrive Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Thos Brabson. Mrs. Marshburn and Mrs Brabson were classmates at Emma Willard school, and Mrs. Marshburg will ba remembered here by her pre vious visits. Ilr. Robert Silvius is a visitor in Maryville this afternoon. Mr. Landon Ayers, of Warrens burg, is a visitor in the city today. Misses Eileen Jenkins and Lucille Howe were guests of Miss Lucy Noel Friday night. , Mrs. George II. Silvius entertain ed with a family dinner at 6 o'clock Friday evening. Mr. Ed Williams returned yester day after visiting relatives in Virgin ia for some time. Mrs. J. E. Bulbn and Mrs. R. L. Bullen returned today from a week's visit in Norfolk, Va. We carry a full line of Tires and Tubes. See our prices. All tires fuaranteed. City Garage, Depot Street. Mr. J. B. Van Noy, the popular in surance man, is confined to his home with sickness this week. Mr. R. L. Crpven, the plumber, has been confined to his home for sev eral days with sickness. Scrgt. Harold C. McDannel return ed this morning from Camp Gordon, Ga., having rec?ived his discharge. Mr. J. Ashley Draper left this morning for the Pressmen's Home, where he will play several games of ball. Capt. A. B. McDonald, regimental (evangelist of the Volunteers of Amer ica, is in Greeneville today presenting the Volunteer Prison League under the management of Mrs. Maud Bul lington Booth, the world's greatest prison reformer. Capt. McDonald represents Southern headquarters, 411-13 Board of Trade Building New Orleans, La. Citations have just been received signed by General, John J. Pershing commander-in-chief of the American expeditionary forces, naming Colo nel Fay W. Brabson and Lieutenant Colonel Joe R. Brabson, ofr "Excep tionally Meritorious and Conspicuous Services" abroad. Col. Fay W. Brab son has recently landed with the 88th Division from France and is expect ed to reach home within a few days. The City Garage has received a large supply of Detroit Storage Bat teries. We have a correct size for every car. See our prices. City Garage, New Phone 311, Depot street j j j j j j j j j t DEATHS. $ Little Miss Kate Wilson has re turned to her home in Mountain City, after a pleasai t vis't with Mrs. Jay Hawkins. Miss Edith Wright, the popular milliner at the Model, will leave to morrow on train No. 41 for her home in St. Louis. ! I I I ! I ! J ! h ! Mrt. Bessie McNew Myers. Mrs. Bessie McNew Myers, aged 27 years, died last night at 12 o'clock at her home near Cedar. Creek. She is survived by her husband and two small daughters, her mother and one brother. funeral services will be held to morrow at 11 o'clock, at Mt. Pleas ant. She was a member of the Tim ber Ridge Presbyterian church, and the services will ba conducted by her former pastor, Rev. Holt. PRINCESS and LIBERTY THEATRES TODAY Special Feature "THE BETTER OLE" PRINCESS MONDAY PEARL WHITE IN "LIGHTNING RAIDER" Episode No. 10. LIBERTY MONDAY DORTHY DALTON "QUICKSANDS" J. R. Russell. J. R. Russell, one of the oldest and most -highly respected colored citi zens of Rheatown, died at his home Thursday at 9 o'clock, a. m., aged 70 years. The deceased had been en gaged in the tani.ing business for a number of years, and was well known by the citizens of the Rheatown sec tion. His wife preceded him to the grave more than six years ago. He is survived by one brother and one sister. Funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In terment near his old home. THE DANCER SIGNAL "1 see you have a cornet. Do you play?" "Not much. I use this instead of a police whistle." "Why not havo a police whistle?" "This answers better. When I try to piny, everybody in the neighbor hood calls a policeman." FARMERS, TAKE NOTICE 1 I I have a car Urd of Tobacco For tiliger on hand which I am selling at a sacrifice. 2-8-2 at J5.00 per bag and 2-10-1 ;.t $4.50 per bag This is a groat bargain to all who need good fertilizer for Peas, Mil let or inter-culture for corn and to bacco. See me :,t Bernard's Ware house. 2-71-2t. F. W. GASS. (9 Colds Can be "nipped in the bud" if you will, right at the start, use To the Citizens of Greene County: 'I have been appointed Campaign Manager of the drive for the Salva tion Army Homo Service Fund for Greene county. The Salvation Army needs no introduction to the people of Greene county. Its work for our bays overseas, in camp, in the trench- as and on the firing line is known and fully appreciated by every one. It has escaped criticism. If you wa.it to know more about its work, ask the boys from overseas. In order that the people of Tennes see might show their appreciation of their spbndid, unselfish work for jur boys, a movement has been start id to raise funds for its use at home, in Tennessee. It has been named the Salvation Home Service Fund. Gov. Roberts is chairrrtan of the State Committee. The entire fund raised is to be used exclusively in Tennes see. ,lhe quota tor oreene county is 52,000.00. That sum has been pre dated to the civil districts as shown below. I have appointed one or more Dis tich Managers in each district. I equest every returned soldier to aid the managers in putting this district "over the top." The drive starts now and ends July 1st. I designate Sat urday, June 28th, as canvassing day md request that the distrct be can vassed that day. Mr.. James H. Rader, cashier of the Citizens Savings Bank has been ap pointed Treasurer and all funds will be paid to him. : The district Managers and quota is as follows: , , .' - - First District S. J. Bowman, Chuckey, $44.00. Second District Cloyd Parman, Greeneville, $44.00. Third District Rev. W. T. Tear- man, Greeneville, $84.00 Fourth District P. S. Cobble, Greeneville, W. M. Dyer, Mohawk. $94.00. Fifth District Dr. J. B. Bell Jreeneville, $64.00. Sixth" District James A. Kirk, Mo iawk, $54.00. Seventh District Miss Cordia 'Irozier, Bulls Gap,, Mrs. H. J. Wise- carver, Mosheim, $44.00. Eighth District Willia'.i Mercer, Greeneville, $54.00. Ninth District W. H. Greenway. Ireeneville, $64.00. Tenth District S. J. Milligan Ireeneville, $500.00. Eleventh District O. C. Morrison Baileyton,, S. M. Couch, Baileyton, 584.00. Twelfth District Lee Simpson. jreeneville, $44.00. Thirteenth District J. C. V. Lowe, Greeneville, $94.00. Fourteenth District Hugh Smith, fton, $44.00. Fifteenth District M. B. Arm trong, Limestope, E. C. Prather 'hivkcy, $64.00. Sixteenth District Oscar Hays. Ihuckey, A. F. Starnes, Baileyton, $64.00. Seventeenth District D. A. Bright, Chuckey, H. N. Jackson, Jer- aldstown, $84.00. Eighteenth District C. W. Lcgard Greeneville, $44.00. Nineteenth District Ernest Cob ble, Midway, $64.00. Twentieth District, D. O. Ross, Af- ton, $64.00. Twenty-First District John S. White, Greeneville, $64.00. Twenty-Second District Rev Clarence Ricker, Greeneville, $44.00. Twenty-Third District J. B Cloyd, Mosheim. $64.00. Twenty-Fourth District Carl Bell Greeneville. $54.00. Twenty-Fifth District C. E. Alex ander, Greeneville, $54.00. Twenty-Sixth District Mrs. W. F. Piper, Chuckey, $24.00. The District Managers appointed ire expected to serve, as we have no ime to change. Each one is author ized to appoint as man canvassers as may be needed. I appeal to the good people of Greene county to make this diive 'ike all of its predecessors a suc cess. Let every district go "over the top," and every one the first one. Ttespectfully, W. H. PIPER, I i ' Campaign Manager. Church Notices M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH J. B. Ely, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:15, a. m., H. E. Hollend, Superintendent Men's Bi ble class taught by L. H. Trim. Fifth Sunday collection for Orphanage. Morning service, 10:30. Pastor's theme: "The Letter and the Spirit" Children's practice, 3:00 p. m. The warm weather has not stop ped dancing in Greeneville. It (ought not to stop the attendance. The churches are at least as cool as an unventilated ball-room, and much more respectable. No one can ignore the public worship of God without doing harm. Come. MOSHEIM, ROUTE ONE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN A. H. Willoughby, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:15, conducted by George W. Doughty. Men's Bible Class taught by Judge Dana Harmon. Morning worship, 10:30. Subject, "A Challenge to the Christian Forces of America." Evening service, 8 :00 o'clock. Sub ject, "Why Men Fail to Line Up With Jesus." Christian Endeavor, 7:15. Let all members be present. Come and wor ship with us. THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. O. G. Klinger, Pastor. Pursuant to the President's proc lamation, the pastor of the Presby terian church will, tomorrow morn ing, deliver a sermon lecture in the interest of the Boy Scouts. The sub ject of the sermon will be, "The Mak ing of a Masterpiece," and it will deal with the fundamentals in boy and girl nature. . All who are inter ested in child welfare are invited to hear the lecture. The Eervice will be held at 10:30 o'clock.4 The Sabbath school will meet at 9:30. Here the Bible is studied with out bias and the teachers are supe rior men and women. Those who do not attend elsewhere are invited to ".his school tomorrow morning. Prayer service on Wednesday night at 8 o'clock., The neglected service of the church! ASBURY M. E. CHURCH . E. 0. Woodyard," Pastor. Sunday school, 9 :15; T. S. Hull, Superintendent. Men's Bible Class, 9:30, Hon. S.,.. Susong,' teacher- v. At 10:10 Sunday school will meet in Church Auditorium for baptism of children. ' -.v.- Public worship, 10;30. Subject, "The Hope of the dospel." ;-v Epworth League, 7:00. '.t, Preaching, 8:00. You will find a welcome at any or ill of these, services. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH S. F, Sims, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:15, W. F. Mc CJuffin Superintendent. Your chil Iren are wanted in our school. Preaching, 10:30 by the pastor. Subject, "Obedience." Evening services, 8:00 o'clock. You are welcome and wanted at hese services. Our church wilt have a "Home doming" and "Roll Call" on the Fifth Sunday, June 29th. You are urged 0 be present and help make this a Treat day for the Master. If for any eason you cannot come, please no ify our pastor or clerk. PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR To the People of Tennessee: The splendid and loyal service which the Salvation Army has rendered to our boys at the front has endeared them to the hearts of nil appreciative Americans. This service was mp.de possible only because of a half century of unselfish and productive ef fort on the part of The Salva tion Army here at home; injielp in gthe needy and guiding the fallen and unfortunate. To con tinue and enlarge their work, the Salvation Army comes be fore the people of Tennessee for aid. Their tause is worthy of full support of the people of our Stnte. Now, therefore, do I, A. H. Roberts, Governor of the State of Tennessee, set aside the week of May 19-26 as the time in which the solicitation of funds for the Salvation Army Home Service Fund is to take place. I urge all men and women of the State to contribute liberally in money and in service to this worthy movement. A. H. ROBERTS, Governor. The time in Greene county is ex tended to July 1st. "Money doesn't bring happiness." "No, but it will enable you to tell the waiter whi.t you want and have him bring it." FOR SALE OR TRADE: One ton Ford truck, Phoenix attachment. Would trade for Ford car. Clyde B. Austin. 2-72-t. f. The many friends of Mrs. Francis Kilday will be sorry to learn of her death, which occurred at her home, near Woodlawn, Friday morning. She was loved by all who knew her. We extend sympathy to the bereav ed. Rev. S. A. Gaby filled his regular appointment at Mountain Valley Sunday. The little daughter of Mrs. Johnie Carter is right sick at this writing. .Among the guests of Miss Ida and Myrtle Carter Sunday afternoon were: Miss Elsie Carter, Miss Char mie McNeese, and Mr. Elmer and Charley Smith, from Hawkins coun- ty- Miss Cora Booker and Miss Bessie McNabb were in Romeo Friday aft ernoon. The farmers are very busy in the harvest this week. Mrs. Rhoda McNabb is very sick at this writing. Several from this place attended the Chautauqua in Greeneville last week. The many friends of Messrs. Wil lie and James McNabb are glad to see them home again from Kingsport. Miss Cora Booker called on Bessie McNeese Sunday afternoon. Mr. P. M. Carroll is on the sick list. Mr. Dave Booker spent Sunday I with L. E. Smith. Mr. Aonzo McNeese attended Sun-1 day school at Romeo Sunday. Mr. Charley and Elmer Smith also Mr. James and Willie McNabb mo tored to Greeneville Monday. Mr. Dana S. JefTers has returned from overseas. Also Mr. Clyde Smith has returned from France. Mr. Wilson Simpson, of Hawkins county called on friends here Sunday. STOP! . BLOUNTV1LLE, TENN. ! j Our school closed Jun tenth witi the play, "Stand Aside.". The Sunday school at Cross' is get ting along nicely at this writing. There will be singing at Ook View the first Sunday in July. Dinner wiHl be served on the ground. ' There will be singing at Cross' the first Sunday in July. Miss Charmie Barger and Miss Flora Large called in the afternoon j at Miss Rachel Elesa's. 1 Mrs. Sue Hendrix has returned to I Ohio, after a visit with her father, W. H. Large and sisters. . Mr. W. H. Large is in receip of a letter from his son who is seeing ser vice on the Rhine stating that he will have to fight the Dutch again - as they are unwilling to sign the peace ters. Mr. Edward Large lias returned to his work in Belmont, Ohio, after serv ing overseas for some time. ' Miss Flora Large is planning a trip to Ohio, where she will visit her brothers. Misses Lucille Hendrix and Martha Snow will leave the latter part of July for Kentucky, where they will attend school. TWO CHUMS. "Get out and net under" is your j luck with a bad battery and poor ig nition. Let us stop these troubles! with a Diamond Grid Battery, fitted! with rubber separators and a first class job on your ignition system. JAMES BRYANT, At Luttrell Bros. Shop WE WANT TO SERVE YOU ? COME IN AND LET. US SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR WORK ON OLD TIRES. " i ; WE REPAIR THEM SO THEY ARE GOOD ' i AS NEW. 7 IF YOU HAVE AN OLD CASING OR ' TUBE, DON'T THROW IT, A WAY UNTIL : I YOU HAVE LET US EXAMINE IT. IF THERE'S ANY GOOD AT ALL LEFT IN ; " 1 IT, WE'LL FIX IT FOR YOU. T WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF 4 UNITED STATES TIRES AND TUBES. f WHEN IN TROUBLE CALL US OVER ?f NEW PHONE WE GIVE FREE SERVICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. The Greeneville Tire & Supply Co. Corner Doughty Bldg., Depot St. ooklinsicie the lid ! If "it hasn't this trademark ; it isn't a Victrola t ' You can readily identify the Victrola by the famous Victor trademark, "His Master's Voice." It is not a Victrola without the Victor dog. This trademark is on every Victrola. It guarantees the quality and protects you from inferior substitutes. , The word "Victrola" is also a registered trademark of the Victor Talking Machine Company. It is derived from the word "Victor" and designates the products of the Victor Company only. As applied to sound-reproducing instruments, "Victrola" refers only to the instruments made by the Victor Company the choice of the world's greatest artists. ' , k Look inside the lid insist upon seeing the famous Victor trademarks. On the portable styles which have no lid,. the Victor trademark appears on the side of the cabinet. LYNN SHEELEY CO. Artistic and High Grade Pianos. MORRISTOWN, TENN. MRS. W. P. GUTHRIE, Greeneville, Tenn.