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THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, FRIDAY, JULY .4, 1919.
Trotzky Says Allied Attack Is Beaten Off BY EDWARD BING. (United press Staff Correspondent.) minAPFST. lune 28. (Delay ed.) Leon Trotsky, war ministry of the "Russian soviet government, said in a wireless interview today that i the allied attack against Petrograa has been definitely beaten off. Trotakv made a condition of the fV,Qf it should be publish ing, v ic vr v" ed, literally as he sent it by wireless Am result, it is nec- iruui - essary to follow Trotsky's own siyie in the interview, wnicn ionuwi. "Believing this to be an opportu the American public, iiitjr yv I am answering vr. eing I ... fr y wiluam rax 'VaT WOLUAM ifM ' . ;'!T "' '""J mm. PRINCESS and LIBERTY Theatres SATURDAY, JULY 5th ni-nil AKTWITA1 RFPORTOF 3"lcunrwrFY RECORDER. ' ENDING JUNE 30th, 1919 ReCe,pt$ tS727 39 To balance on hands last report "7. ' Received from Geo. C. Taylor, balance on settle- menh----":rj:v0"7"""""" 22,501.61 Received trom rrupen-j 1 076.45 Received from rnvnege - 554 1Q Received from Fines and Costs ' iveccivcu jiviu Received from Sewer Connections Received for Electric ugnt uios Received from Sale of Sprinkler - Received from Sewer Permits - Received on Sale of Sweeper Received from Property Owners on Sidewalks - 164.50 12.35 100.00 4.00 50.00 809.73 $29,214.93 632.61 66.66. 2,750.00 116.07 65.85 265.00 Total Recepits -'- Disbursements Paid interest on Town Imp. Bonds --S4'J"- Paid Interest on Grammar School Bonds 240.60 Paid Interest on High School Bonds 600-00 Pai dlnterest on Sewer Bonds .- l.i.ou Paid Interest on Notes at ureenevme Banks "A- ." , Paid J. F. Swingle for High School repairs Paid J. F. Swingle for High School Main tenance Paid for Office Supplies and Stamps . Paid for Elections . , t. t-; ritv Attorneys raid &noun m...,, - Paid for Work on Streets - ----- j-J Paid Tenn. Eastern Electric Co, for light 1,081.27 Paid for Repairs for Fire Engine ,-T Paid for Walks (to R. L. Beene settle- Paid Library Association $350-00 Paid Roy Armitage (for Auditing Books of G.C.Taylor) - - 102U Fefund of Taxes (erroneously assessed) - Paid Accounts of Old Board - Paid for White Way Paid note for Street Tractor - 2.862.00 Paid note on Fire Engine - - Paid Police Salaries - ' Paid Aldermen's Salaries . Paid Mayor's Salary - Paid Recorder's Salary ow-uu Total Disbursements Balance on Hands July 1, 1919 $ 7'060-71 Street Assessment Fund Recepits To Amount on Hands January 1, 1919 $3.450. 80 To Amount Interest Collected on Daily Balances. 125.55 To Amount Colected from Property Owners, (Abutting acw questions. "The first question is regarding the military situation as it effects the Russian soviet armies: "Reply: The military situation of the soviet republic at present is un fronts. Our west- etjuai vii ' , ern front is in a large territory which - ;mn0ri9iigm seized unuei w UClina "" . ... i 11 naflAn. pretense of UDeraung mur -v. alities. The entente powers are now repeating on our western front Ger- ...inn which has obliged many -. the newly formed Esthonian Lettish and Lithunian red armies v eastward. "Regarding the southern front, we defeated Krassnoff's army, which ex isted formerly on the sustenance fur nished by Germany and later on that furnished by entente , Denikin's troops repiacea English shipping, inrougn seaports abundantly BUli.. kin. But had it not been for the . a Aa oinni the rivers, which spring uuwo - - restrained our onensive forces would have cnasea i- - amy into northern Caucasia. present fighting in tnis wmvu.,, i. tial successes by Denikin have been i 1 ... ana. extremely exaggerated oy mies. "The long prepared attack against ... ovnortpd to furnish ov .o..,h Vins been beaten on. The organized wire puiier i. MvAila fllPTYt- Petrograa plan must ooIvps to this fact. "Attempts to stir up military up risings against the Soviets in Ukra nia are a complete failure. The t, ,. wfnincr out these ban- dit gangs and organizing a discip lined red army. . Kolchak's winter onensive Ba... our western front was duly resisted. , tr.l Vino In the last six weeKs jvoici. -u hacV over territory to- taling 140,000 square kilometers, losing large quantities of munitions. His troops are wholly demoralized and surrendering by the thousand. regiments are now fighting valiant-; B . ... . j -w..r TT.von ly in the ranks oi tne reu ,. Kolchak, who was hoping retn,, . kimief with tne ivieuiuu walls, is at present seeking his crown in the Siberian Tundras. The east ern front offered a typical spectacle, inasmuch as the tempos, m M I ia and southern iront ianures . suit in the same reaction as the cam paigns on the eastern iront. u working masses are recruiting our army in such a manner that reversal of the position on tne soumei.. !U1a western fronts in inexiwu. "The second question is regaiu...e the red army's supply system. "Reply. The army supply works made the biggest progress during the last year, mmcuiues ..v ........ bution of clothing show the lack of adequate transportation, not a short age of materials. At present the cen tralized war supply sytem is under the direction of Krasin, an cal man and one of the Dest oi ivua sian organizers, who has made inval uable improvements. War materials are not lacking out " growth of the army necessitates nHJ nmninm. three shifts in tne arms nu ....... tion factories. "We should prefer making plows and harvesting machinery but we shall successfully manuiaciure munitions so long as the entente com pels us to. . o:. tv,ia intprview. unofficial re- orts have ben received of new Bol shevik defeats 1n the south, including the reported loss of Odessa. APPETITE-GIVER AND STRENGTH-BUILDER Relieving troubles' of the stomach, liver and bowels, and correcting low or run-down condition! and weak ness, Hood's Sarsaparilla is doing an exceptionally great work this year, when so many need its won derful curative and Unie, recon- ,1 .tnrnlivn flflVptS. struciive uu 1 It often succeeds where other rem- edies totally tail, uet u i"o.y begin to take it at once. In slusffish liver and headache, flood's Pills Cive prompt relief. DfBUSK BAILEYTON COVE CREEK iif.-o- Filon Lomons. daughter of Andy Lamons, of Chattanooga, was the week end guest of Misses Tnxie and Lois Anderson. Mrs. Charley Culver, of Johnson City, spent the past week with her parents, Mr. ana mrs. own r. C.,i Ttimnn and tWO Cnll- ivirs. dren of Greeneville, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Mr Wade Sluder, of Speedwell, passed through "this place Saturday, r .... i AT Man it. .tntAH thnr ma thliici. ne viwv - aA- Wq rftnfined with typhoid ie Wo niih him a BDeeuy icvui.j. ver. " " ... t Mrs. William Roberts ana wrs. j. R Haney called to see Mr. George Sexton Saturday, afternoon and he wan no better. n- r,A Mm Dolla Cooter, of Mt 111. Rundav at the pleasant home of his sister, Mrs. R. F. Sbpley. Mr. Sol Stanton was Duneu w v, dar Hill Sunday afternoon. He mov ed with his family about five months ago from Speedwell to Pigeon Creek, near Athens, Ten., in order that he might school his children, mr. ton leaves a host of friends all of whom sympathize witn nis wue her great sorrow. Rev. Owens con ducted the funeral services. Miss Ruth Davis spent Saturday night and Sunday with some of her HnliiAl.mnt.PS at Newport. Mrs. Claud McCampbell, of this place, went with her parent, iv. W. P. Long and wite ana omeis num Greeneville to Mohawk, wnere Long went to conduct a lunera! sei- vice. , We though we would have a wed ding to 'report this week but the con tracting parties failed to make con nection. It would have Wn a runa way match, but the fair maiu w watched too close, we win nt and names. Mr. Baxter Wykle and sister, Miss Blanch, Mr. Humphrey Wells and sis ter Miss Mable Kate, and Miss Lois Anderson motored to Cold Spring mountain Sunday. ' They took their i i a unA a nirnic dinner. They luncri ttuu iun t" n .flnnvr n vprv nice time. nr a .nrrv to learn of the illness of Mr. Dan Sluder, of Speedwell, who is suffering from typhoid fever. Dr. i n.nnlc Bell is attending to nis memta. a... Mr. R. C. Jones spent Sunday night with Mr. Sluder, and his condition was thought to be somewhat improv ed Monday morning. u.r nf near Speedwell, is lUl. imp! " - very low and is not expected to live but a very short time. Mr J. V. Anderson was very sick Saturday. He is able to be out again to the delight of his many friends. Miss Zola Anderson na spending a few days in Knoxville. Monday. The good rain last week did lots for (he farmers who had not finished V.oii tnharco nlants. seiunR m.. Farmers are very Dusy imuu..B their wheat and making hay. . ii invitation is given the Mayor and Aldermen of the good town of Greeneviiie, vu i .L inst a few yards from norm ui i"" w - - where the road leading to Baileyton and other points nonn, i..tc.Bcv with the Ridge road, and take a good look at the filth of tne town hauled out and dumpea oy of the public rpad and on the right of r i 1 Unn toll 119 way for the roaa n - why it was put there. They will not t A'Via nn. view the scene very long, i - - pleasant odor rising from mu. put them back to town. It lookr worse than it smells. T,... w p Rvprlev will preach here in the Methodist church next Sunday morning ana v"" RnrinM n the evening. 1 1. 1. Mrs W. R. Bailey and aaugniei, in to and Tnp. snent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. bailey. Mrs. J. R. Rutherfor is s'.-iwiy im proving of her sickness of the past two weeks. ....... i Mrs. Jessie Hawkins is vis.ui.k atives at Myers and Johnson City. Mima Kate, daugnter ui -Mrs. T. N. Bailey, remains very sick of typhoid fever. Miss Lula rucKer is n." wopks with her sister, Mrs. Fletcher, near Gate City, Va. Mr J W. Hodge and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with rel- i- Momr.Ti Mrs. Dorsey Wattenbarger and sister, Maree Kite, arrived here last week from Nebraska, to spei.u while with relatives here. Laired Yokley, son ot Mr. am. m... Alex Yokley, is very low with tuber- r.. o u Rnrkhart and wife are the only members of the faculty for onr school that have Deen c..wB-. -i- to the present time. JIWIM i ,4 RnrninfT nf Skip is a MQstOruclTotoi Sure Speedy Relief m b. . -"50 yTa the greatest blood purifier known. It gu" anteed enureiy n "- of any kind., f . The .experience 01 wi", -established the unfailing merits of S S S, and there's no question about the wisdom of your giving it a thorough t"al All reputable rlrutreists sell it. If m doubt as to your case write to Medical Ad visor. Swift Specific Co., Dept. 54. Atlanta, Ga. ivt,., c.,(r..r frr.m ilipip Dcrsistent 11 Jf ?Ui. r tortures when it is sq easy and co- ts so little to do' as thousands of others have done and get relief through S. S. S.? It is now well known that eczema and other skin troubles come from impure blood. thoroueh 11 y giv..i& iv " - - J cleansing you not only get sure and speedy renei diu yu build up the system and renew your vigor and vitality. SINKING SPRING I Wife: "Thomas, why does the Imoon travel in an irregular direc- This will be a busy week with the tion?" farmers if the weather continues fa-1 Tom; Because ifs full." vorable. Clover will be to mow and j fg; Correcti you couldn't ex- wheat to get in. Last weeK . e,se It is out every little farm work was done m this pect anyming section on account of the continued : night." rains. r oAnt nf n shortage of means and an overhoul of macadam, it look e.l some days ago as if the pike by this place to connect with the War- rensburg pike, would or coum be completed; but now we un.n-.- stand the necessary expenditure has been pledged and the roud will be completed soon. J. M. Henard and family and Mrs. lifter Bible, of Ruder, spent Sun- dnv with vour scribe and family. t . ...t, o omnll hov of Mr. Jno. 1 Moore, of Little Chuckey, was very , severely injured a horse. It was , necessary to take him to tne wieenc- ville hospital for an operation. He ; is reported as getting aiong at this time. , I Festus Knipp is able to be out ngaitr Fruits of all kinds win ne imucmi -, 1., e,.nvr. 11 this immediate iui;m.j- this year and as a consequence num-' bers of people have been going to uu-, ferent places in search of cherries, j John F. Bible fell trom a cneny Before The Advent Of Woman's Gladness Womn Who Know Tak. Petrtli Af aiiMt Suttaruif . MYERS for oer half a ceutury have learnefj th wlidora of tMnf nature .h5?'' Nausea. ncnrousncM, bearinpdowa ana otretchinr Pln tha abdomen and Wother'ii Friend, accordlni to the tetlnonij of thousands of mother who hve uaed this lime-honored remedy. . Mothct'a Friend lubricate tha One net work of nerve beneath the akin, and b regular use durlnif the period the muaclea are made and kept aoft and elart e. Thej ?,n then expand (rently .JX baby li born and pain and danger at to crisis Is naturally avoided. Motlier'a Friend la a Prwt.,on.of.P;?t": Iratlng oils and other medicinal aaant prepared especially for expectant mothers. ?tU for external u'se in abaohrtali ' aafe w 1c. u ...1 vMniiariv during the enure IUUUIU W Mv ' - period berore oaoy con.. V Write to the firadfleld Repr Com rany. Dept A, Lamyr BuHdlng. MUnte. V' t. it n lnieremiusT ww""i ! John r. Uioie ien ( ... n(i obtain a. bottle of Mother1 tree last Wednesday and received a, eVfrom the drargjit. Vou will flndlt 1:. tne greatest aiuu u mimriii niii'i. .$22,154.22 Total Collections and Balance $12,737.13 Disbursements Paid Interest Coupons for District Bonds $2,304.77 Paid Bond No. 5,' Dist-No. 4 1.000.00 Paid oBnd No. 3, Dist. No. 2 591.78 Paid Bond No. 6, Dist. No. 4 ------- .f Paid Bond No. 2, Dists. No. 17 & 18 - 527.93 Pnirl Bond No- 3, Dist. No. 6 Z Sd BBond NNo. 3, 'Dist, Nos. 17, 11. 16. 1. Paid Bond No. 4. Dists. Nos 7. 11. 16, 19 582.00 Paid Bond No. 3, Dist. No.5 Paid Bond No. 3. Dist-No. 3..-------- 6 Paid Bond No. 2, Dist. No. 1 1000-00 Sunday school at this pbee is get ting along nicely. Mrs. Crocket Watts, 01 moia, spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Bruce Bible. Mr. and Mrs. West Bower dined Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Cornwell. Mrs. Pearl Fillers is on tne sick list. We hope that she may soon re cover. Tobacco is looking fine, after the recent rains that have recently fallen ... 1 J which were very badly neeaea. Mr. Hubert Fillers nas one 01 nicest tobacco crops this season. Mr. Nelson Odell and son made a business trip to Greeneville one day 1flf if oolr lUOb " vvim ,The little infant of Mr. and Mrs. buried at the Cove liUIHVi - ' Creek cemetery on the Z4tn. weep not, parents, for God has said: "Suf fer little children to come unto me and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven. Miss Lucille O'Dell dined wun nei cousin, Miss olden tillers, Lightning purines the air by pro ducing nitric acid, which destroys noxious exhalations held in suspense in the air. .j. 4. 4. b fr 4 i AT THE PRINCESS. We are sorry to report the condi- t n W. Pennineton as cnti- llOIl Ul .... - ... cal as against the hopes 01 nis liiciiuo. , , There will be preaenms Brown's school house next Saturday night. . On next Sunday afternoon, at the Union church here, a number of Sunday schools will meet in a review nr eonvention. An invitation is ex tended to the public to attend. . -v . 1 ..,,11 met- till The loc:.l Junior uroer i the new officers of their council next Saturday night. All members are Vip nresent. reuueotcu w r- . Mr W r. Bioie, wnu r" tion as expressman out of Knoxville is spending a few days here with home folks. Mr W. F. Bible, Sr., and family spent' Saturday night with the fam ily of S. R. Rader. Mr C. C. Bible had as Ml. . their guest over Sunday, Miss Madge Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bible had a. their guest Sunday, Miss Yeara, of Morristown. Miss Bessie Kate Bible spent Sat urday with the family of your scribe. Miss Bessie Ann Hendry, of Mos heim. is spending a few days here with her aunt. We, together with our taniny ami Miss Bessie Bible, dineci w.ui Sophia Hendry, of Mosheim. Mr and Mrs. Henry Kent and in fant spent Sunday here the guests of relatives. W. H. Bible and family, of Mo hawk, spent Sunday here. Mr. Guy Greenlee, who has been in overseas service for some time. has returned home to the oengm 01. his many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pickering, of your city spent the week end here at the home of Mrs. Pickering's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Greenlee. ROUTE SEVEN Kennedy in Farnum in FRIDAY Madge "Daughter Mine. SATURDAY William "For Freedom. .MONDAY At Princess "Lightning Raider," Episode No. 12. MONDAY-Liberty Vivian Martin in "Jane Goes Wooing. TUESDAY Alice Brady Head" l.IT WEDNESDAY Fred Stone in Un der the lop. in little Sunday. CAKE AND CREAM SUPPER $8,644.80 Total Disbursements -------- .$4,092.33 Balance on Hand. July 1, in regard At any time 1 can serve v,.w- - to any business of the City, call at my office and it will be pleasure to give any information I can in any way. Respectfully submitted, CHAS. H. BEWLEY, Recorder. vff: t oiikq Pnim was visitinff at 11 1 SO UUi - Mr. Tom Sizemore's Saturday night and Sunday. What has become of route Nd. 1 .' We would like very much to hear from them. Mrs. Sarah Fillers was calling at I.-. ofV,or' Rundav evening. luviivi. w tr tut- .nJ Mr J. S. Fillers spent 111 1 ciuva Sunday evening with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Fillers. Miss Hattie O'Dell xwas shopping in Cear Creek on last Thursday. HUSTLER. tu. ,ni hp on the Fourth of July a cake and cream supper for the special benefit of the Daughters of Ameiica, beginning ai 1 .o v. .. There will be vocal music, speaking and much laughter. We insist that every member of this u.cer on this occasion. jitof.D- A rake for the ladies; Auimi.w."-V the Brothers of this Order will be admitted free. Come, every D. of A. ana let s nave a jolly time. - Yours in the bonds of love, THE COUNCILOR. 2-81-3t. . . . . We have been having quite a lot of rain the past week. I ., v tliri Lark Bullman, wno nas u-m ... : f TTn,.lP Sam for a number St! VltC w.v- 0 fyears, is here from Fort. Leaven worth, Kans., spending a few days with Henry Bird and family. Ahumber of our people attend-id , the ice cream supper at Colfax, I. O. O. F. Hail Saturday night. j 1 fi.,,.o Rrnoks and Ar-1 1 Messrs. uioit"--- 1 "Redlthur LaFollette, two excellent young, rhk nlace. have arrived safelv home after spending several, months in France. The many friends of these young men are glad to see them back. Mrs. Bertie Rird and children spent Saturday night at the home 01 11. j D. Harmon. H. M. Harrison and daughter, miss Ninnie, are planning to visit hison, T. F. Harrison, in Augusta, Ga. C. F. Brooks and family attended the Old Harp singing at Union Tem ple Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ocscar Jones, of Jonesville, were visiting at H. A. Bird's Sunday. A SUBSCRIBER. "Meats in Storage" Every working day of the year 75,000,000 pounds of meat are required to supply home and export needs and only 10 per cent of this is exported. These facts must be kept in mind, when considering the JU. S. Bureau of Markets report that on June 1, 1919, there were 1,348,000.000 pounds of meats in cold storage. If the meat in storage was placed on the market it would only be 20 days supply. This meat is not artificially withheld from trade channels to maintain or advance prices. Meats in storage consist of 65 per cent (approximate) hams, bacon, etc., in process of curing. It takes 30 to 90 days in pickle or salt to complete the process. 1 0 per cent is frozen pork that is to be cured later in the year. 6 per cent is lard. This is only four-fifths of a pound per capita, and much of it will have to go to supply European needs. 19 per cent is frozen beef and lamb, part of which is owned by the Government and was intended chiefly for over-seas ship ment. If this were all diverted to domes tic trade channels, it would be only 112 lbs. per capita-a 3 days' supply. 100 'c From this it will be seen that ' 'meats in storage" represent merely un finished goods in process of curing and the working supply necessary to assure the consumer a steady flow of finished product. Let us send you a Swift "Dollar". It will interest you. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111. Swift & Company, U. S. A. r uuat ocrnurc Ai The average dollaB REtEIVtU OT Anthracite culm, slush or silt con tains approximately 70 per cent of combustible material. 12.96 y ST ToStockRiiser f ROM THE SL Of MEAT ti cents is paid ron TN LIVE ANIMAL It.M CENTS FOR LAMS CXPENSE9 AND r-NCIttni .9 CENTS HUWN .SWT & COMPMflfj j rnvru r i 1, 1