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or Interest In Western Trial OAKLAND, Calf., July 15. (United Press.) Union labor throughout the entire west is watch ing the trial of John C. Taylor, for mer socialist candidate for mayor, scheduled to start today. Unions contend the, very reason for organ . ized labor's existence is a1j stake. Taylor was arrested with a score of others by Oakland police, charged with violating the new state criminal syndicalism measure. The measure was designed to make membership in, or activities of radical organizations a crime. Governor Stephens requested such a measure to sombat alleged I. W. W. sabotage and other activities. Union labor fought the measure on the ground that under its terms, members of the union in a peaceful strike could be termed violators of the act. Unions are determined to make a thorough test of the case in the Taylor trial. Already there is talk throughout the state of a referendum against the measure. THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, TUESDAY. JUY 15, 1919. I WHEN YOU HAVE i r Tisiza "My auto license states that I am competent to control the machine." "Well?". , "Would that a marriage license would guarantee as much." Ex change. SPRING STYLES "All the world's a stage." "Yes, and I hear that the long, skirted chorus is coming back." A LUCKY ESCAPE Chickens originated in Father In dia; and yet all the vegetation there was not scratched out by the roots. JUST AN INTRODUCTION A house hunter saw an advertise emnt in the paper describing a charming house "within a stone's throw of the station." He made an appointment and in due course was walked to the house in question, two miles away. When they reached the threshold he sank down on the stoop, turned to the agent and whispered suavely: "Would you mind introduc ing me to the person who threw that stone?" Ladies Home Journal. 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Have you ever had a miraculous escape? A frightful catastrophe, a railroad accident, and you passed over the same ground cither just before just after the terribje loss of life a bridge goes down upon which you were not ten seconds before? Penhaps it is escape from lightning you walked to the other side of the porch just as the ball of fire tore up the place where you had stood. These are all experiences that have truly happened. Not a day passes that some one does not miss a terrible fate by hair. Have you ever been impressed deeply enough with a sense of thank RPTTWC lfuIness for the injuries you have es x - Ci " iv.ui nuuivicuc or judgment on yous own r.trt? men in tne iace ci liKe experi ences why do" you, how can you, dare to be angry at the innocont cause of some earthly disappointment, or if some of your worldly plans mis carry, even . though certain enemies of yours are apparently responsible? How do you know but you have been saved from a worse fate? There is a hand which guides and protects. mere are circumstances, adverse at first thought, which work out ulti mate good. Trust "VICTORY FRUIT JUICES" Pleases the Taste Satisfies the Thirst Makes the Merchant Smile H. R. MEAD'S RESIDENCE 501 N. Irish St. Greeneville, Tenn. HER BROKEN HEART She was an incorrigible flirt, and she was amrried. Therefore she deemed it quite safe to say pretty things to the handsome captain bv ner side. "I suppose," she remarked, "you've broken many a woman's heart?" "Only one," replied he. "And that was many, mahy years ago.." She scented romanse. Do tell me about it," she persist ed. "Well, several years ago I had oc casion to journey up North. My only companion in the railway compart ment was a very pretty girl. We rode on for many hours together, and no one else entered the carriage " "Yes, yes?" she interrupted, eager ly. "I never said a word to her, or gave her the slightest opportunity to say anything to me." London Answers. AT . 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Rain or Shine Most Miles per Dollar TWEED AND IKELI.EY GREENEVILLE, TbNN STOCKHOLM Factory workers supplying the bolshevik army have to obtain "marks" from their superiors like scholars, according to a Petro grad message. Those failing are sent to concentration vamps. ST. HELENA "Send him here" is the heading of an editorial in the "Se Helena Observer," the only weekly paper on the island, which is excited at the prospect of adding the ex- kaiser to its list of "fortune's host ages." MEMPHIS There's a new rival to the league of nations. Local negroes today announced formation of a lodge named "the Western Benefit Asso ciation of North America, South America, Asia, Afric. and Australia." NEW YORK A poor little flivver was knocked out by a bullying tour ing car, after which the occupants robbed the flivverist of $4,000. GRAY,, ME. Rev. Samuel M. Thompson was "egged" on when he snooped" around a dance held by church members, he charged in court here. Yes, the eggs were aged. EVANSTON, ILL. Mrs. Ada Ketchum wears natural tcetfi despite gossips who began clacking when she advertised "a pair of teeth" as lost That's the way the ad man took "par rakeet." SAN FRANCISCCv After Ernest Olson went to work as a strike breaker his wife hitd him arrested for striking." Wife beating carries heavy fine. ANN ARBOR, MICH. B. F. Had ley today petitioned Judge Sample for the right to eat. "Cooks unavailable and a wife prohibited under recent divorce decree,' read this prayer. NEW YORK Farm hands clutter the place but farms are scarce, ac cording to Major Warren Slgelow, who is trying to place a bunch of them. incw i uk& Among z.uuu sui cides in the United States reported to the Save-a-Life League in the past six months, there were 173 boys and girld. i NEW YORK Murders are costing the state more. It must pay $100 for an electrocution at Sing Sing in stead of the former $50. NEW YORK Autos are much bet ter than elephants as means of trans portation, according to Duke Dedjas matqh Nadac, member of the Abys sinian peace delegation, now in the United States. NANTASKET BEACH, MASS. Francis K. Lay and his family mo tored here to enjoy the bathing. Some one stole his car, the entire family wardrobe, Lay's watch and $50. The police supplied temporary clothes. CHICAGO T. G. Deakins, of Pat son MN. J., will be his own detective. "Don't look for the man who shot me, he requested. "When I get out of this hospital I'll get him myself." WASHINGTON. While Walter Donovan was being placed in a cell for robbery, a thief entered the po lice station and stole his bicycle. CHICAGO. "Buttermilk tooth ache his mixed it," a staggering individual explained to a Loop crowd twenty deep around him. MEMPHIS. Police are listening for a rasping sound in order to catch a window smasher. For the past two nights the thief has smashed jewelry store windows and each time stole an Ingersoll watch. Cops hope to lo cate him when he stops to wind them. NE WYORK. Reverend Joseph E. Carlin was much relieved to find that his church had not been stolen but had been folded and placed in a member's yard. It was a tent. WASHBURN, Wis., It cost H. C. Ruger $50 to be from Chicago, while fishing he told Mr. William Gray about his home city. As a deputy game warden she soaked him for failure to carry a non-resident's license. NEW YORK. To highwaymen forgot their own guns when C. Cavu oti threw up his hands at their com mand, one with a gun in it. They SOCIALISM DEFINED ) "Pa, what is a Socialist!" "A Socialist, my boy, is a man who thinks he ought to have as much as you have." "But supposing he is earning more than you are, dad?" "Then, my boy he ceases to be a Socialist." Louisville Courier-Jour nal. At 12 the other night one of our aviators who had liberty until 10:30 was "hot f ootin' " back, front a hop harbor in a neighboring ville. He passed the tracks, the "Y" and then started on the double past the sentry at the gate. "Halt!" commanded the sentry. "Halt nothin'," yelled the gob; I'm two hours late now." Panillac Pilot, France, Just Once! Try Dodson's Liver Tone! Take No Calomel! Listen To Me! If bilious, constipated, headachy or eick, I guarantee relief without taking dangerous calomel which sickens and salivates. Stop using calomel! It makes you sick. Don't lose a day's work. If you feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or con stipated, listen to me! Calomel is mercury or quicksilver hicn causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel when it comes into contact with sour bile, crashes into it. creak ing it up. This is when on . feel that awful nausea and cramping. 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It is harm- less; doesn't gripe and they like its pleasant taste. CHARTER No. 4177 RESERVE DISTRICT No. 6. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF . THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Greeneville, in the State of Tennessee, at the clow of business on June 30, 1919. RESOURCES Loam and discount, including rediscounts $406,326.15 Overdrafts, unsecured ' 684.53 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) - 18,750 00 Liberty Loan Bonds, 3V2, 4 and 4V4 per cent, unpledged $30,500.00 Liberty Loan Bonds, 3V2, 4 and 4Vi per cent, pledged to secure postal sav ings deposits 1,000.00 31,500.00 Bonds (other than U. S. bonds) pledged to secure postal savings deposits 3,320.33 Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned unpledged 81,754.10 85,083.43 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) - 3,000.00 Furniture and fixtures 3,413.46 Real estate owned other than banking house 8,615.95 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 43,817-29 Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks 237,507.44 Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank - 4,161.00 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items 604.50 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and duo from U. S. Treasurer - 937.50 Other assets, if any 26,714.44 fled. Mrs. Newwed. Well, dear, I've found a flat, and the street cars go right past the door. Hubby. Won't the noise disturb your rest, my love? Mrs. Newwed. Oh, the landlord assured me that I wouldn't mind it after the first two nights, and, you know, dear, we can sleep the first two nights at mothers. Rehoboth Sun day Herald. Mrs. Junebride. You used to call me the apple of your eye, but you haven't since we were married. Her Husband. That's 'cause I've come to regard you as a peach. Chicago News. Declaration of Independence set tled a good many matters and it wasn't 80,000 words long. Total $871,115.69 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00 Surplus fund 50,000.00 Undivided profits 485.10 Amount reserved for taxes accrued - 3,900-00 Amount reserved for all interest accrued 1,003.94 Circulating notes outstanding 18,750.00 Net amounts due to banks, bankers and trust companies 1,428.99 Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding 3,595.41 ndividual deposits subject to check 386,281.47 Dividends unpaid 10,082.50 Certificates of deposits (other than for money borrowed) 343,924.26 Postal Savings deposits 1,664.02 Total $871,115.69 Of the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which interest and discount was charged at rates in excess of those permitted by law (Sec. 5197, Rev. Stat.), exclusive of notes upon which total charge not to exceed 50 cents was made, was $104,534.05. The number of such loans was 152. STATE OF TENNESSEE, COUNTY OF GREENE, ss: I, T. D. Brabson, cashier of the above named bank, do sol emnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. T. D. BRABSON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of July, 1919. N. T. HOWARD, Notary Public Correct Attest: GEO. W. DOUGHTY, L. C. WILLIS, r J. E. HACKER, ,...- Directors.