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THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, MONDAY, JULY 7, 919.
LOCAL and PERSONAL MENTION
4,4 4'i'4' 4..
Mr. H. S. Turner was here from
Johnson City Sundae.
Mrs. John K. Snapp returned to
her home in St. Charles, Va., this
morning.
Mrs. Anna Lewis, of Asheville, N.
C, is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
J. W. Mclnturff.
Miss Lula Curtis will leave for
Kingsport today, where she has ac
cepted a position.
Miss Maud Phillips, who has been
visiting friends at Lovelace, will re
turn to Erwin today. t
When you come to the circus Thurs
day call and renew your subscrip
tion to the Daily or the Weekly Sun.
Mrs. G. P. Heilman and children,
of Eaton, Ga., are on a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mcln
turff.
, The Children's Day Exercises given
by the little folks of the Southern
Methodist Sunday school last night,
was a very delightful affair. Every
one taking a part acquitted themsel
ves in a very credible manner. The
music was especially good, and while
it was in some cases difficult and
above the average usually attempted
by children, still they handled it in
a manner that would have done cred
it to much older folks. Much credit
is due Mrs. H. E. Holland and Miss
Ella Harrold for their splendid work
in training the little folks and to the
Greeneville orchestra for their splen
did rendition of the score.
DEATHS.
William R. Woods, aged 29 vears.
died at the Greeneville hospital this
mornin. His remains were taken to
the Doughty-Stevens undertaking es
tablishment and prepared for burial.
The funeral will take place at Cedar
Hill this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr.
Woods is survived by his wife and
four children, as well as many rela
tives and friends.
Mr. Sam Ricker, of Baileyton, at
tended the meeting for returned sol
diers held at Asbury Memorial church
in this city yesterday.
Save money figure with the Star
Electric Co., Howard Cutshall man
ager, for your electric fixtures, wir
ing, repairing and lamps.
Mr. E. A. Lunccstor and (wo little
daughters returned Saturday from
Blacksburg, V. where they attend
ed the closing exercises of V. P. I.
Mrs. U. M. Bradley, of Limestone,
returned Sunday from Johns Hop
kins hospital, Baltimore. Her friends
will be glad to learn of her improved
health.
The many friends of Mr. Henry C.
Yost will regret to learn that his con
dition has become more serious, and
, it is not thought now that he can
survive many hours.
Loti of Appetite.
As a (reneral rule ther in nnHiiriir
Kprimi nhnllf n lnaa nf annofifa anA
if you skip a meal or only eat two
1 J s - , ...
meais a uay ior a lew days you Will
soon have a relish for your meals
when meal time rnmci. Rpnr in minrl
that at least five hours should always
eiapse Dctween meals so as to give
the food Hmnlp time fn Aitrast nnH
the stomach a period of rest before
a second meal is taken. Then if you
eat no more than you crave and take
a reasonable amount of outdoor exer
cise every day you will not need to
worry aDout your appetite. When
the loss of appetite is caused bv con
stipation as is often the case, that
should be corrected at once. A dose
of Chamberlain's Tablets will do it
Chair Company
Gives Employees
Days Outing
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Shivers and chil
dren, of Moultrie, Ga., motored to
Greeneville and are the guests of
Mrs. Shivers sister, Mrs. J. W. Mc
lnturff, and brother, Mr. B. M. Dukes.
Mr. W. A. Houston, who has been
engaged in the real estate" business in
Knoxville for the past two months.
has been here a few days on business
He returned to Knoxville this after-
Boon; V
The editor of the Sun is in receipt
of a letter this morning from Col. M
P. Reeve in which he states that his
daughter, Miss Winnie Reeve, is
thought to be improving. Greene
ville friends will be pleased to learn
of her recovery.
Mr. William Rhea and niece, Miss
Elenor Earnest, of Knoxville, were
guests of Greene county relatives
during the past week. They were ac
companied on the motor trip by Mrs.
Chas. Moore, Miss Carrie Taylor and
Miss Fannie Mae Bachman, of Sweetwater.
Mr. J. W. Smith, foreman of the
Daily Sun left yesterday for Orange
burg, S. C, where he goes to in
spect one of the new Duplex webb
perfecting prer,3es just installed in
that city, This is the same press we
hope to have installed within a very
short time.
Mrs. Will M. Stickler and children
nd Mrs, Frank Crampton, who have
been on a visit to their parents, Dr.
and Mrs. J. J. Howell, at Tusculum,
left today for North Carolina, where
they expect to visit for a short time
before returning to their home at
Detroit, Mich.
PRINCESS
and
LIBERTY
THEATRES
TODAY-
PRINCESS MONDAY
TWELFTH EPISODE OF
"THE LIGHTNING RAIDER'
LIBERTY MONDAY
VIVIAN MARTIN
IN
"JANE GOES WOOING"
TUESDAY
ALICE BRADY
IN
"RED HEAD"
Like a sparkling spring of living
water in the midst of an arid desert
or the valley of dry bones, was an
episode that occurred in our city
on the Glorious Fourth.
No effort had been made by the
citizens of Greeneville to celebrate
the day our good board of Mayor
and Aldermen had not even made
provision for the reading of the Dec
laration of Independence so it was
left to the Loudon Chair company
with its four score male employes to
startle the town with a full-fledc-ed
patriotic celebration of the greatest
of all holidays.
Led by the chairman of transpor
tation, Geo. W. Wright, and a bugler
who knew how to handle the instru
ment, and whose blasts announced
the coming of the pageant, a proces
sion of trucks and automobiles, dec
orated with our country's colors
Ked, White and Blue, and filled to
their capacity with a jovial, happy
and loyal set of plain working peo'
pie, passed through the principal
streets of our town and on to Grey-
stone mountain, a distance of 10
miles.' Arriving at the old Grevstone
Inn, half way up the mountain, they
took possession of that famous hos
telry, (which through the courtesy of
the Greystone company had been
turned over for the pleasure and en
joyment of the company) and pro
ceeded to put in the day in unalloyed
happiness. After a group picture
was made by the official photogra
pher, Mr. Sam Waddle, the men were
given instructions and turned loose
in the midst of the primeval forests
and fastnesses. At 12:30 the bugle
sounded for dinner and the boys an
swered promptly, for all were by this
time hungry as the bears which they
had been chasing. And such a meal
chickens and ham galore, with all
necessary accessories including fruits.
cakes, ice cold drinks, and topped off
with gallons of ice cream. After the
meal and a necossary rest, the com
pany engaged in sports of various
kinds, including a very interestinir
game of base ball between the mar
ried men and the single men, the for
mer winning the game by a score of
10 to 6. Another very interesting
game was a relay race composed of
two teams of sixteen men each, and
this proved the most interesting pas
time of the day. The shouts brought
forth by this game sounded and re
sounded over the, mountain tops and
down through the valleys into th
settlements. The bugle again sound
ed and the men reassembled, and
were served with cones of delicious
ice cream, bananas and cigars. Re
freshed and feeling glorious, like the
day they were celebrating, this han-
py bunch of people left the moun-
tain and stopped at an old mill at thP
foot of the mountain where there wa
a big, fine spring of pure water. an
indulged in another great reoast. of
which there was still a bountiful sup
ply. The roll was called and everv
man answered aye. The nrocessinn
was then formed and the twihVht
journey back home was greatlv en-
joyed. They arrived in town at 10
o'clock, the bugler not forgetting to
announce their return.
The men enjoyed this occasion to
a man. and are loud in their nrnko
Welcome Home
Exercises Great
Success Sunday
The welcome home exercises for
the returned soldier boys given by
the Asbury Bible Class, in the main
auditorium of the pretty new church
Sunday morning, was a success in
every particular, and the program
was greatly enjoyed by the young
men who had been in service, as well
as many others who had gathered to
hhh riHrr. in int. m fiyn l n cr rypm bob i . -
The first song on the program was, died at the regidence of his gon Qn
Home, Sweet Home." and while this tu 4vi.
. iiioii oucci, una city, aaturaay ev-
first number was being rendered, . ening at g.30 The body was re.
T u J y y moved t0 he Doughty-Stevens under-
" K , u"'f"ce- taking establishment and prepared
The welcome address was del.v- for bur5ai Thfi remains were shi
ered by Hon H. H Gouchenour, and ped on train No 41 to BMa Q
he portrayed m a beautiful way the;Sunday( and were taken from there
oyalty that had been d.ayed byjto his late home at white H
the young men of Greene county dur-; Xenni Funera,
ing the past two years and made allij..4.j o,.j...
..... I Ul"-"cu .ernuOIl.
IJicsent, ikci iiini uiey were eiiuueu
to the hearty welcome they were re
ceiving. Mr. Gouchenour spoke for
fully thirty minutes.
Mrs. Elizabeth Stanton, aged 85
years, died at her home in the First
Next on the program came the able bmaay mor.nm at. 4 0 clock'
address by the Bible class teached i ,s survived by four children, who
Hon. S. A. Susong, his subject being, I J8 e "ympathy of everyone. The
"The Church." Mr. Susong carried , funeral tok P,a,c? (Monday)
the audience bark to the early days:"1"1? at 10 0 c ock at L,bery! ,n"
of the church, bringing its great ! terment at same place.
work and achievements up to the
present day.
x lie uii veiling ui me uiusa srivitc (
flai? hv Rix vnunir pirla. mpmWo f 12th district Sunday morning,
the Sabbath school, was the next in- j funeral was held at Gass' Shed Sun-
teresting number on the program. day afternoon
This was possibly the most impressive
of the splendid program.
Two closing numbers, "America"
City Subscriptions
Ten Cents a Week
We have reduced our weekly rate
by carrier to ten cents a week. This
rate will be in effect at least until we
get our new press installed and the
paper is made larger. This ten cent
rate delivered anywhere in the city
shculd increase our list very mate
rially. We hope to be able to place
a copy of the Daily Sun in every
heme in Gre-meville at an early date
The infant of Mr. and Mrs. John
Shanks died at their residence in the
The
Rastus Carson, colored, son of Tom
Cftrsnn. whn wng KrnnwVif fn nrnono-
and "God Be With You 'Till We Meet ville for an operation, died at. the
Again, concluded one of the hrat of , residence of Chauncey Carson Sat
a series of receptions that will no urdav nicht at 11 nVWk. Funeral
doubt follow in rapid succession now, J services were held Sunday evening
as most all Greene county young men j at Pruit Hill. Interment took place
are back home, and those still in the j in the cemetery there.
service will doubtless be discharged
Quarterly Court
In Session Today
Quarterly county court is in ses
sion today and the business of the
court is expected to be completed
this afternoon. There are several
matters of importance to come before
this session, the fixing of the tax rate
for the next year being one of the
several items of interest to our citi
zens. We will publish the court pro
ceedings in full in the Daily Sun
Tuesday afternoon.
Chamberlain' Colic and Diarrhoea
Remedy.
This medicine always wins the good
opinion if not the praise of those who
use it. " Try it when you have need
of such a remedy.
quiet, unassuming in his manner, but
made friends with every one he came
in contact with. Our citizens will re
gret to learn of his death, and extend
sympathy to his bereaved widow.
at an early date.
Summer Complaint Quickly Relieved.
"About two vears sen whpn suffer
ing from a severe attack of summer
complaint, I took Chamberlain's Col
ic ana uiarrnoea Kemedy and it re-
lipved itia nltnnsf; inst.ntit.lv." writno
Un ITonnr Tn..,nt lVTIll T
.ma. utiiiijr wcntiij viaiiv mills, m. i
Y. This is an pyrpllpnt rpmnrlv f nr I Fifth avenue
colic and diarrhoea and shouid be i ever since she came to this city.
icpi at imnu uy every zamuy. Mrg. Gaa rfi(.pivpH irl1-nrjes whnn
Mrs. Nancy J. Gass, aged 80 years,
wife of Dr. John M. Gass, died at her
home Third avenue and Deery street,
Sunday night at 8:15 o'clock. Mrs.
Gass was born August 6th, 1839, in
Greene county, Tenn., and came to
Knoxville with her husband in 1834.
She had been an active member in the
Presbyterian church
and appreciation to the management she fel1 eiSht years aK0 and she neve
iuuy ictuvereu. ouivmng Mrs.
of the Chair company, and to the
committee whose untiring efforts
made possible this enjoyable day; es
pecially do they thank the committee
on "eats" composed of Jas. H. Wright
W. T. Wilson, Albert Wilburn, Clar
ence Haynes and John Colyer, for
they certainly did their "bit."
This was a day long to be remem
bered by the Loudon Chair Mfg. Co.
Summer Complaint of Children
Thpre i not nnvthino- ll'Vo on manv
deaths from this disease now as be
fore Chamberlain's' Colic and Diar
rhoea Remedy came into such gener
al use. When this remedy is given
with Castor oil as dirpctprl nnH nrnn.
er care is taken as to diet, it is safe !
Gass are her husband and one sister
Mrs. Murray, of Mohawk. Two sons
died a few years ago. v
The funeral will be held at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon at Fifth ave
nue Presbyterian church, Dr. H. V.
Carson, pastor ,, officiating. Inter
ment will be in Old Gray cemetery,
ment will be in Old Gray cemetery.
Monday's (Knoxville) Journal and
Tribune. ,
Mr. Roy Taylor and Mrs. Luke C.
Lyon received a message early this
morning, announcing the death of
their mother, at her home near Jon
esboro. They received the message
in. time to leave on the early train
to attend the funeral.
FOR SALE: Five- pass-.-nger Ford,
in good condition; new dasings.
Homer McCorkle, Aftfcn, Tennes
see. 2-85-6t.
' Mr. P. F. Conn, for many years a
resident of Greeneville. died at his
Tiome in Rheatown Saturday after
noon at 4 o'clock, after a lingering
illness of many months. Funeral
services will be held from his late
fn on,. 11 .....
every" hundred cases recover. Mr. W. 1 res'(lence tnis afternoon, Interment
n"1 1. 1 1 m T- . m 'j .I- ...
u. ampoeu, oi cutler, Tenn., says. taxing place in the cemetery nearby.
'I have USpd Chnmhprlnin'a C.nKn or,A Af r ....'n l . . ,
n: . v, , 7 ,iui, .ju i in win oe rememDerea as
?laTnh0inaci.redny 'Tt "ahead havi"f 0"erated the Greenev ille T
of anything I have ever used for this nery "ere for a number of years, re-
purpose." , siding in East Greeneville. He was
9 X,V V
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mem i
Our Politics ;
The Main Plank in Our Plat
form is to give ypu the very best
Repair Work to be found in this
community.
This is the paramount issue with
us and should be of vital import
ance to you.
Make it your business to trade
with us.
CITY GARAGE
Depot Street.
LOST: $20 bill Sunday afternoon.
between Hope's wood yard and
City Garage. Finder will be liber
ally rewarded by returning to Of
fice of the Daily Sun. 2-85-lt
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"BARNEY," CHIEF OF FIRE DEPARTMENT
GENTRY BROS. SHOWS
Greeneville, Thursday July 10th
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CELEBRATE THE GLORIOUS FOURTH BY
. THROWING OFF THE SHACKLES OF WASTE
AND EXTRAVAGANCE AND OPENING AN AC
COUNT IN OUR BANK. YOU WILL THEN BE A
FREE MAN.
AS YOUR BALANCE INCREASES YOUR INTER
EST IN I TINCREASES AND IT IS THE SATISFIED
FEELING OF HAVING MONEY THAT WILL MAKE
IT KEEP ON GROWING.
YOU WILL RECEIVE 4 PER CENT INTEREST,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
irvw nn upriQ
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ht piano
Wtdo '
In A PALACE only the grand would fit Into the picture the
upright looks stiff and commonplace. . In your home, the grand
will make a remarkable change in the loveliness of your living room.
Thif new instrument of the thousand wonders, give you the In
comparable virtues of the grand, without taking up one inch more
of your floor space.
ICH-tf-BACH
(Srandette
:'!
rn , 1 , stuff r
rncnes long lyiVL. J . i
Saaulu mora txpemht thane gooi utrlght, )
It bears a name that brings honor to any home a name high, in the
art annals of musical merchandise, and the Grandette assures you '
the same satisfaction as any Krankh & Bach Grand, because it is
guaranteed that way.
The Rosenblatt Company, Inc.,
(Established 1857.)
How Well Are You Acquainted With
TUSCULUM COLLEGE?
It has been a matter of regret that some in Greene County
do not know either the standards of Tusculum College
educationally nor' its economic value. Without question
it is the greatest single asset that the County has.
IT HAS TWO ANNOUNCEMENTS TO EMPHASIZE:
FIRST .--PARENTS AND STUDENTS The fall semes
ter begins September 2nd. High school graduates desir
ing a college education should plan to enter Tusculum.
Two strong courses lead to the A. B. djegree. There are
also thorough courses in Music, Home Economics and Ag
riculture. Write for Ctatlog.
SECOND .--PUBLIC SPIRITED CITIZENS A campaign
for $500,000.00 for endowment and equipment has been
decided upon. You will want to help in this good under
taking. Plan to contribute all you can. Write for information.
TUSCULUM COLLEGE
Greeneville
Tennessee
AN AD VERTISMENT IN THE DAILY SUN BRINGS RESULTS

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