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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15,
.1 fr 4 4 ilALt MENTION fr ; 4 ', "'4 ? 4 4 41 4 Mrs. S." N. Leming and Miss Mary Davis areguests of Mrs. H. D. Barnett In Jchnson City. -. ' fr. eGorge A. Rudder, of Mosheim, od friendf the Daily Sun and its la nere today transacting busi- jr..t An ice cream supper will be given Wesley'a Chapel, near Baileyton, . Saturday, August 23, beginning Z o'clock. Proceeds all for benevo- ;t purposes. Everybody invited. r-lay at t.f. e sr!! 1 i a I' an r e visit-Jones- Vyt 3y y urop- - I lark I . ul'.y - t.f. v. rlon, ..J Wrs. :e tilay in r. The , - 't.f. s are at tocfc to "8 from t visit to baskets. Work ' e Nov I t.f 2-,:ent is . lit yest' r s ases of ty--t list " In time." TJ;s are doult 'iKhout the ?Ir. D. Andrews, who has ben on a -visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Susong, this 'city, will. leave Saturday for his r '-nie in Savannah, Ga. T"ss Delia Robertson, of Morris. iov ), has returned to her home after si ' iing a few' days, the pleasant gin' t of Miss Mabel Goodman. , Ir. and Mrs. W, L. F. Rosenblatt, of Atlanta, spent Wednesday here, with Greeneville friends. They drove tr.rovgh the country in their car. - Jait received a car load of Bran sptcial prices in ton lots. See Car ter and Simpson Co., Depot street. V " 2-118-3t. - Tra. James Hudson. and son, Paul, cf Charlotte1, N. C, are guests of Mrs. bison's mother, Mrs. E. V. Rosen- LL.it,, this city. lira. C. E. oCile entertained on Tuesday with an all-day dinner party in honor of Mrs. Dr. Marks, of JoushSeepsie, N. Y. Covers were laid for twelve. There will be an ice cream supper at the college, in Mosheim, Saturday evening, beginning at 6 o'clock. Pro ceeds for the benefit of the Lutheran church of that place. The public is generally invited. WHAT KNOXVILLE SAYS. ABOUT "DADDY LONG LEGS" "Daddy Long Legs" is the kind of photoplay you will want to see twice and that you will enjoy both times. Surely no higher praise could be written. The screen version of Jean Web ster's charming story, which has a record of remarkable success as a book and as a play on the speaking stage, is even better than these two previous forms in which it has been presented to the public. It ia th first product of Mary Pickford's own com" pany and sets a very igh standard for Miss Pickford as her own manager. The cast is good, the direction is good, the photoplay is excellent, the art titles and decorations are good well, it's all fine. Also, from the technical side this picture presents the first night scene that ever impressed the writer with looking like a sure enough night scene. Mary Pickford is at her best in "Daddy Long Legs," especially in the juvenile scenes of the first few reels depicting life at the John Grier Home for orphans. But she is not the whole cast. Honors in xhis photoplay must be shared with the star and at least three child-actors who are remark ably clever, among them being Wes Barry, who appeared here last week as the Topeka boy in "The Unpardon able Sin." Misa Pickford's adult sup port is considerably above par. Also there is a dog which is presented in a comedy scene which alone comes pretty near being worth the price of admission. For sweetness, freshness and clean liness, none of the past excellent pro grams of the Strand equal "Daddy Long Legs." Wreck Twin Bridges Tied Up Traffic A freight wreck at Twin Bridges, between Wolfe Creek and Hot Springs, late yesterday evening, tied up traffic on the Carolina division of the Southern railway for nearly 12 hours. The wreck was caused by a large rock falling on the side of the track in front of the local freight from Asheville, which was pushing a dam aged car in front and the engineer was unable to see the boulder. The car struck the boulder and went to pieces, and the engine turned over and a dozen more cars piled up be hind the engine. The engineer and fireman jumped and saved them selves. The wrecker was called from Knox vine ana tne tracK was cleared so that the belated passenger trains could get through. Secretary of War Passes Through Secretary of War Baker and party passed through Greeneville at half past four yesterday morning on train 23, in a special car, on his way to Mussel Shoals, Ala., where he will inspect the government work being done there. The days are growing shorter. If not just now, you will want the Daily Sun a little later. Better send in that subscription and take advantage special one dollar offer TO-DAY. of Mrs. H. A. Kelley entertained with a birthday party for her little daugh ter, eBatrice, at her home on High land avenue Wednesday afternoon. She was assisted in receiving by Miss Lnuna Baughard. , Mrs. it. F. Broyles, who has been undergoing treatment at the local hospital for the past two weeks, had recovered sufficiently to be removed to her home in the first district Thursday afternoon. f - ii. Pierce informs us that he was una. -i to complete the teachers' list for t ne Daily Sun today. He hopes !o hftve it ready for publication in i Vs newspaper Saturday afternoon. i-Irs. J. J. Mitchell has been ill at her. home on Highland avenue for several days. , Postmaster H. If. Gouchenour in forms us that he has ordered a small shipment of Lrmy goods from Atlan ta in an effort to find out whether our citiens 'wanted to purchase these goods. A list of the articles to be offered for sale will be published in The Daily Sun. v Mr. Doud Kerbaugh has accepted a position with E. T. Miller & Co., draggtsta, and entered upon his du is this'. morning. Doud has been v i:.h the' Boyd Drug Co. for several j ' ars an4 enjoys a wide circle of ac quaintances and friends throughout the county. ! ?. T. HOWARD & CO. INSURANCE ,H7 Main Street, Fire ' 1.1011- itv. Auln. Ml " l i-irtenevme. a.... icnri. ..rr ! Ever Description of Insur ance at Lowest Rates. ? New Telephone 125. Lcr and work , in the woods. es in the county, have clean - if food food. LTVICER" COMPANY, Carl County, Tennessee. tUtl NOTICE Any one knowing anything of my son, Hobart Banks, aged 11 years, will please advise me at once. Small for his age, dark hair, black eyes and dark complected. Was wearing over alls and light shirt and cap when he left home Wednesday morning, Aug 14th. 118-3t S. B. BANKS, Slate St., Greeneville, Tenn Dr. W. H. Hawkins suffered stroke of paralysis about noon Thurs day and has been in quite a serious condition since. Physiicans attend ing him stated this morning that his condition was no worse and that they were hopeful that he would recover. Friends of Dr. Hawkins everywhere " ... - . . . . . win regret to learn of his affliction He is one of the best known physi cians in East Tennessee and has long been considered one of the most suc cessful. WANTED Ambitious boy and eirl. about 18 or 20 years old; strictly honest and who can write legibly, Good chance to learn trade. Begin work first to fifteenth of September, Apply in own handwriting to X. Y, care Daily Sun. 119-tf SIMPSON & GOOD MEAT MARKET Depot Street New Phone 282 Old Phone 1 Fresh Meats of all kinds- Or ders delivered to any section of the city. Prompt service, cour teous treatment. Give us that next order for meat. 2-118-2t. l ft c L V.ly .A of Progress MESS COLLEGE ! cf the South" , . Lowry, Vice-President - our literature. Such a Change in feelings and looks! "Aftei suffering pain, feel ing ner vous, diz ty, weak and drag ged down by weak nessea of my sex my eyea sunken, black circles and pala cheeks I was restored to health by the Favorite Prescription of Dr. Pierce." So write many women. Changed too in looks, for after tak ing Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip tion the skin becomes clear, the eyes brighter, the cheeks plump. Druggists sell it b tablets or liquid. It's a woman's best tem perance tonic, made from wild roots. Whistles, AtA." I was bothered with backache and headache and was not able to do my work until I tried Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, and I can say I am now able to do all my work, such as cooking, washing tad ironing, and even cutting wood, when before I used this medicine I w&S almost an invalid and did not can whether I lived or died." Mas, Em bstu Canovas, Carr Street, You should have the Daily Sun follow you on your vacation. Fifty cents a month, mailed anywhere. "BAYER CROSS" ON ASPIRIN Always Ask for Genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" Only Aspirin Tablets with the safe ty "Bayer Cross" on them are genu ine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," own ed and made by Americans and prov ed safe by millions of people. Un known quantities of fraudulent As pirin Tablets were sold recently by a Brooklyn dealer which proved to be composed mostly of Talcum Powder. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" should always be asked for. Then look for the . safety "Bayer Cross" on the package and on each tablet. Accept nothing else! Proper directions and dosage in each Bayer package. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid. Fordson Tractor Demonstration Will be held on Dr. Mellen's farm, at the in tersection of Kingston and Lyons View pikes, Knox County Knoxville, Tennessee, August 19 and 20. All tractor owners and those interested are invited to be there and see this demonstra tion of the tractor and the use of improved machinery. Hurley and Gibson will be there and will be glad to see you on the grounds, or at the Colonial Hotel. Greene County Motor Co. NOTICE 1 We have an unusual large stock of 30x3 and 30x3 Diamond and Fed eral Tires we are going to offer at a reduced price for thirty days only. Prices are os follows : 30x3 Fed. Rugged Tires $14.50 30x3 Federal Rugged Tires $19.50 30x3 Diamond Squeeze Tread $13.50 30x3 Dia. Squeeze Tread. CITY GARAGE, Depot St. J $17.00 You Can't Cure Rheumatism With Liniments and Lotions If you are afflicted with Rheu matism, why waste time with lini ments, lotions and other local ap plications that never did cure Rheumatism, and never will? Do not try to run the pain away, for you never will succeed Try the sensible plan of finding the cause of the pain. Remove the cause, and there can be no pain. You will never be rid of Rheuma tism until you cleanse your blood of the germs that cause the dis ease, is. b. i. has no equalas a blood cleanser, scores of sufferers say th?t it has cleansed their blood of Rheumatism, and remov ed all trace of the disease from their system. Get a bottle of S. S. S. at your drug store and get on the right treatment to-day. If you want special medical advice, address Medical Director, 49 Swift Labora tory, Atlanta, Ga. - ' MARY PICKFORD in "DADDY LONG LEGS" Princess and Liberty Theatres, Saturday, August 16th. Admission 15 and 25 Cents.