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THE GREEN EVILLE DAILY SUN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919.
Here's To the Public ThU pat consist of twenty local business firm. Each ad it written in ' rhyme and each rhyme is called a "jingle." We are paying $1 cath for the4 heat written "jingle" for each advertiser on this page Twenty Dollars in alt. FOR 20 JINGLES Q(f Send all Jingles to Jingle Editor, care The Daily Sun Competition Is Open to All. Get Busy. The Winning Jinglej Will appear Next Friday. AH Jingles Must Be In This Office By Thursday Morning at 9 O'clock. - Here's the Way To Get the Money We are paying real, hoitest-to-good-ness Cash Money for Rhymes. This Contest costs you absolutely nothing except a small effort on your part to sit down and write us a "Jingle." -It's easy. Wade right in and get your feet wet. No "Jingle" must be over ten line in length, and written on separate paper, with the contributor'- name and address attached. n n Now when for Service you go seeking:, For a bursted tire or valve that's leaking;, The City Garage will end your pining, They will mend your valves and lining. If your batteries are on the decline, This gentleman has a complete line; His Detroit batteries, so it is said, Are always leading never been lead. THE CITY GARAGE J. H. and J. C. Bullen, Props. Complete Line of Automobile Supplies B Bill Jones just had a one-dollar bill a rather small amount, But instead of throwing it away he started a bank ac count. Now William Jones has a thousand bills; a fortune neat has he, All by leaving his first one at the First National Bank, "see?" THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK (Established 1889) Greeneville, ; : : : Tennessee C stands for Clothing, whose name we should hark, For it's made at the factory of Hart Schaffner & Marx; And sold at the establishment of W. A. Susong, Who has served Greeneville's public so faithful and long. His shoes are called Beacon, meaning a great light, From the annals of Shoedom, that you should walk right A purchase from this gent, the story's all told ; It stands for the best and is lasting as gold. THE W. A. SUSONG STORE Dealers in Shoes and Gents' Furnishing Goods D D is for Drugs, at some time you'll need, And as to their propounding, you should give heed. The Central's good stores are serving us well, And of courtesy and promptness, we like to tell. D also means Delighted, which you will be, From a visit to their fountains and the delicacies you'll see. Penslar's Great Remedies here you'll find, To please the most exacting mind. Store No 1 CENTRAL DRUG CO. Store No. 2 Depot St. Prescription Druggists Depot St. Mason Block Greeneville, Tenn. E Now the letter that turns on the current Is E. Would it shock you to hear of "e-l-e-c-t-r-i-c-i-t-y?" We can wire your home for some lights or a bell, And furnish the fixtures and fixings as well. When it comes to repairs, we're Johnnie, you bet, An electric most anything, here you can get. So to sum it all up into one little bit, If you're out for electrical needs "we're it." BRITTON ELECTRIC COMPANY Electric Contracting and Supplies Phones, New 172 Old 139. 123 Main Street, Greeneville, Tenn. I My house was burned, my barn was fired, . And for safe protection I've long desired, i, . :. But now such trifles don't worry me, , ' I'm enrolled with the "Aetna C-o-m-p-a-n-y,'! I feel sorry for the gent who blew his ore For an automobile and nothing more. Mine is insured, why should I care, If the dinged old flivver blows up in the air. N. T. HOWARD & CO? N. T. Howard T. D. Branson . Insurance of All Kitod. An?.1 ' Have Them Write YourvV'urance They Know How. M To dodge the grouches in hot weather, Call at Mason's; he's the fellow, That dispenses joy in gobs, To us lonely skates and slobs. He has cold drinks for the dry, That makes us think of days gone by; Or a good cigar with your magazine, And invade the realms of Prince Nicotine. MASON'S CORNER TOBACCO CO D. P. Mason, Jr., Prop. Cigars and Tobaccos. I Moore Bros, run a shoe hospital for the sick, Your dilapidated shoes thejH renovate quick. S stands for substantial, also for shoes, And there's nothing in repairing that they can't do. Their Panco half soles makes life's walk easy, With Wingfoot rubber heels youH feel jazzy and breezy; I've looked 'em all over, and try as I can, There are none more pleasant than this enterprising man. MOORE BROS. SHOE SHOP s 118 Main Street , ' Greeneville, : : : : : Tennessee F stands for furniture, the luxury of the land, The Woman's delight and the comfort of Man ; The household without it is sincerely pittied, When you think of the uses to which it is fitted. Cabinets for the kitchen, lounges for tho den, Rugs for the parlor, smoking stands for the men; We have all these so tidy and neat, To make you happy and your home complete. DOUGHTY-STEVENS CO. W. H. Doughty T. W. Stevens Furniture, Hardware, Funeral Directors and Embalmers nd its citizens in derogation , the rights of the United States or of its citizens." Later Chairman Lodge named a subcommittee headed by Senator Fall, republican, New Mexico, who has been one of the bitterest oppo nents of President Wilson's Mexican policy, to do the actual work of ex amining witnesses and collecting in formation. The subcommittee will begin its task within a few days, though it probably will deal only with preliminary features until the peace treaty is out of the way. . . . The provision authorizing the com mittee to recommend what measure should be taken to prevent further outrages was added just before adop- imumition at the suggestion offUinitor re price d by mers t onna ' said is not by price, n the Jnited made the leaders wi ta Rosalia to there to revolti effort was man Hernandez join been deprived General Manuel he telegraphed 6 tinez, chief of s uez, details of th The plot was if mutiny against 1 eille Friday mon to Villa telling Y sume command o cept surrender j sengers said. I learning of the j . Jingle! Jingle 1 Jingle! Men folks, are you single, I'll tell you what to do. Go to E. L. Susong; he's a tailor tried and true. He will make your suit and plan it, So the maiden cannot stand it, , And they will follow' you v ' ' Just because ryoo' look so handsome, They'll even give i ransom to love and marry you. GREENEVILLE TAILORING CO. French Dry Cleaners, Dyers and Pressers. Suits Made to Order. E. L. Susong. Prop. P Now P stands for Purity and Plenty as well. Of groceries and goodies our friend does r.ell. This is the home of all good eats, From, chicken and lobster to greens and beets. If you've got dyspepsia or any such thing, A basket from Hardin's would make an epicuro So the "Jingle" man is going to bed, Just phone it to Hardin; "nufBed." sing, v HARDIN GROCERY CO. Staple and Fancy Groceries. . Old Phone 72. New Phone 3 v' Greeneville, Tenn. I used to far mthe old-fashioned way, From out ferminst the stable, But science has shoved us up today, And results seem like a fable. I remember how I used to toil and plow a reckless critter, But at such antics now, modern methods could but titter. I've bought supplies from a well-known firm, perhaps the name you've heard; I'm happy now and prosperous, too, thanks to Messrs. ' Bird. BIRD BROTHERS , General Supply Dealers. Fertilizers, Grass Seed, Grain, Cement, Wood ' :-l Fibre, Roofing, Lime and Paint. r K In the winter time, they say, There's a cold wave on the way; There's a blizzard "gonna" "blizz," And we'll surely all be "friz." Then the prices they will soar, And buying coal will be no more, But the wise will burn their coal and wood That they bought while buying's good; So a tip to the wise is sufficient, they say, Just phone your order in today. WALKER COAL AND WOOD CO. R. F. Lane, Manager New Phone 256. Old Phone 127 Greeneville,, Tennessee. Q An autumn girl In autumn weather, In a charming hat with nodding feather; Proves an addage that we've often heard, That it takes the feather to make the bird. But I'll go further to prove the tost, And bet a "fin" thai she's model dressed, But lest we forget and close in hr.ste, They have a style for every taste. THE MODEL MILLINERY STORE "A Style for Every Taste" Greeneville, : ; : : : Tennessee H Hull and Rankin, you all know them well, Whose work is artistic, not made up pell-mell; Who enhance your beauty, or brings you a "beau," Or catches the fellow you're after, you know. Their work, while embellishing, lacks no detail, And to give beauty full value they never do fail. It's a mirror of nature, your children will scan, While they bless with prayers the photographer man. HULL & RANKIN Artistic Photographers Greeneville, i : : : Tennessee L stands for Lowery's Hardware Store, Whose goods quite often come to your door. They make a point of Quality, And fairly deal with all they see. His store is down on West Main street, And 'tis here the busy farmers meet, To buy their tools, and plows, and seeds, To slug the soil and fill our needs. W. R. LOWERY & CO. Dealers in Hardware, Field Seeds and Agricultural Implements. Greeneville, : : : : : Tennessee R I don't know the ethics of frocks and frills, and hobble skirts And tflffcy But I do know who pays the bills, and that's why I look so daffy. I went and bought some crepe de chene and coat-suit just for Mable; Now Kate she wants some tulles and voiles and a robe all made of sable. I guess they're right; all trot along, And buy more scenery of Mr. Bushong. THE NOVELTY STORE Main Street Opposite First Nat Bank Greeneville, Tenn. An Esclusive Line of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Mill, nery Now On Display Second Floor. V We've hooverized on luxuries, in those past three years of strife, But we didn't slight the baker, for he makes the staff of life; And now with peace and plenty, at most everybody s door, Stop in and spend some shekles; don't be stingy with your ore; Take home some nice confections, and pastries fresh and pure, They would tempt the most fastidious, e'en thougn an epicure. VANN'S BAKERY J. C. Vann, Prop. All Kinds of Candies and Confections Greeneville, : : : : : Tennessee Kitty in the kitchen, kicking up a row, I don't like this dog-gone job, nohow; Plumbers here all last week, The same old pipe and the same old leak; I'm gonna quit, yes, by heaven, If you don't send quick for R. L. Craven. R. L, CRAVEN V Plumbing, Heating and Repairing, Phones Residence, 2991 S-v,, Office, 145 Greeneville, Tennessee. -a I