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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1819.
FOUR 4. 4. .4.4. J LOCAL and PERSONAL MENTION 4. 4. 4, 4. 4. 4. , 4. 4. 4- J Kiss Ida Lintz is the friends in Morristown. guest of Atty. S. A. Susong is a business visitor in Bristol today. ifrs. Etta Brown is making sub stantial improvements on her Main street home. Miss Louise Biddle has recovered ' viait relatives. from her recent illness. Mrs. Fannie Baker left this morn ing for Church Hill, where she will WANT INSURANCE? URUE ft CO. SEE S. B. Mr. Hobart Mann, of Knoxville, spent Friday in the city. Miss Margaret Patterson returned home last night, after a visit with friends in North Carolina. Mr. Henry R. Brown is a business visitor in Knoxville today. , Mr. George Hankal has material on the ground "for the erection of another bungalow, on Cutler.street. Ex-Sheriff H. C. Remine is trans acting business here today. WANT INSURANCE? URUE & CO. SEE S. B. Mr. Thos. P. Alexander is spend ing the day in Johnson City. Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Hawkins are shopping in Knoxville today. WANT INSURANCE? URUE ft CO. SEE S. B Mrs. Luke Alexander returned to her home in Knoxville today, after a visit with relatives near Greeneville. 4,4.4,4.4.4,184.108.40.206. 4.4. Church Notices 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. .j. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4 4- ASBURY M. E. CHURCH E. 0. Woodyard, Pastor. Sunday Serricei Morning. Sunday school, 9:15, T. S. Hull, Superintendent. Men's Bible Class, 9:30, Hon. S. A. Susong, Teacher. " Worship, 10-.30. Subject, "Sowing and Reaping." Evening Services. ' Epworth League, 7:15. Union services at M. E. Church, South. All are urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Park, Misses Helen Park and Louise Willis will spend -Sunday at Mooresburg Springs. Messrs. Robt. A. Brumley and Vick Anderson returned yesterday from a business trip to points in North Carolina. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH S. F. Sims, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:15, W. F. McGuf fin, Superintendent. Be sure to at tend Sunday school somewhere. You are welcome at this school. Preaching. 10:30. The entire membership of the church is request ed to be present. Some important matters to meet our attention. No night service, as we will attend the union service at the Methodist church. . Please help get a good crowd out. Mrs. Anna Lewis, of Asheville, N. C, is the guest of relatives in Greeneville. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Ike Ear nest, of the First district, a son, on the 22nd. N. T. HOWARD & CO INSURANCE 117 Main Street, Greeneville, A- Tenn. fitt Liabil ity, Auto mobile, Bur glary and Every Description of Intur- New Telephone 125. WANTED Men to cut timber and work in the woods. We pay the highest wages in the county, have clean camps and furnish plenty of good food. PITTSBURGH LUMBER COMPANY, Braemar, Carter County, Tennessee. Advance in Rates On September 1 The Daily Sun will advance its ad vertising rates, also subscription rates, on September 1st. This is made nec essary on account of the continued in crease in the cost of printing paper, material and labor. Our net display rate to EVERYONE after Septem ber 1st, will be 20c. per inch. Local readers 5c. per line net, each inser tion. The subscription rate deliver ed by carrier boy in the city will be raised again to 15c. per week. All subscriptions must be paid weekly or monthly in advance if they desire the paper delivered to them. This announcement is made that everyone may understand it thorough ly and govern themselves accordingly- ' You don't care what goet into a tire you do car what come out of it- 7,000, 8,000, 10,000 milet on any old road it nothing for a Kelly Springfield Tire. WiUon Tire ft Vulcanizing Co. 2-126-6t. CAMP MEETING M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH J. B. Ely, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:15, a. m., H. E. Holland, Superintendent. Men's Bi ble Class taught by L.JL Trim. Mornine servics. iu:su. rasiors theme, "The People's Amen." Union evening services, 8:00. Preaching by Rev. E. O. Woodyard. Mr. W. H. Doughty, who is attend ing the State golf tournament in, Knoxville, telephoned yesterday aft ernoon that he has held his own in the games played to date, and will take part in the finals to be played this afternoon. Mr. Chas. D. Willis, of Knoxville, is spending a few days with his moth er. Mrs. Flora Willis, on Summer street. Mrs. Chas. F. Emerson left today for her home in Athens, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Emerson, on Highland avenue. Mrs. W. B. Harrold and daughter, Miss Frank, of Bristol, -are guests of Mrs. Harrold's narents. Esa. and Mrs. W. T. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Dean B. Harris, of Leesburer. Fla., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Farnsworth, at their home just south of the city. Mrs. W. M. R. Carter, Mrs. Willis Stines and Miss Pauline Carter left today for Mooresburg Springs, where they will spend a few days. Mr. and Mis. Bob Yost, of Bristol, motored to the city and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Yost last night en route to Knoxville. TrtADt VICTORY FRUi GREENVILLE 1 V MA M K RODUCTS CO. TENNESSEE t PRINCESS and LIBERTY THEATRES TODAY And TONIGHT f s if S 2.-- v , s V V Mr. Dave Alexander, formerly of Tusculum. but now a resident of Knoxville, passed through on train No. 26 today for New York. W welcome you to the Church of God Camp Meeting, beginning Aug. 29th in the New Tabernacle, at West Main itreet and Propect Avenue. Able minister will be present to preach the gotpel. Come, and do all the good you can, and get all the good you can. The Goipel Trumpet Co,, -of .Anderson .Indiania, .will hYe a book (tore on the ground and you can get all the good book and gospel .literature -that .you .want.; Coma and hear gospel in sermon and in song. W. P. LONG. T. E. SAULS. FOUND Casing, tube anJ demount able rim for automobile on Rog ersville road early this (Saturday) morning. Owner can secure these articles by calling at the Daily Sun office and paying cost of this advertisement. WANTED: White woman or girl of good character to cook and do light house work for family of two. Good pay and light work guaran teed. Nice home for right party. Address "N" care Daily Sun. Wanted White Oak Staves There is an extra demand for White Oak Staves and in order to increase the supply, I will Py the following prices for Staves delivered to Greeneville. White Oak Hogsheads, 42 to 44 in. long, 3 1-2 and up wide, $100. per 1000 White Oak Heading 28 to 33 in. long, 5 in. and up wide, $100 per 1000 White Oak Pipes 54 to 56 in. long, 4 in. and up wide, 125. per 1000 White. Oak Barrells 34 to 36 in. long, 3 -i ana up wiae, ou. pei White Oak Octaves 26 to 29 in. long, 3 1-2 and up wide, 40. per 1000 All full 1-inch thick. Also advise if you have any lumber for sale. W. W. BERNARD Mr. John Gray, of Greeneville route 10, leaves next week for Co lumbus. Ohio, to attend the national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic. Fio mthere he will go to Detroit, .Mich., to visit his son, Hobart A. Gray. Judge J, H. Maupin and daughter, of Clear Springs, are spending the day in the city. Judge Maupin trans acts business here every Saturday id Monday, which has proven quite a convenience to all who have busi ness with-the county court. Dr. C. W. McCollum, of Bulls Gap, has purchased the pretty home of Mr. Chas. G. Lovette, on North Main street, and will remove to this city at an early date to practice his pro fession, we are informed. Mr. Lov ette tells us it is his intention to move with his family to California. A slight automobile accident oc curred at the Mason corner this morn ing when Mr. Hal Loop ran into the car of Mr. Henry R. Snajp. One of the automobiles was knocked upon the sidewalk, but neither of the ma chines were damaged to any great ex tent. Just who was in fault was not learned. Col. A. J. Patterson is a business visitor in Newport today. Mr. Patter son expects to spend several days next week at Carson Springs. We do hemstitching and picoting. Bring or send us your work. S. E. Lamb, with S. N. Leming's Store. 2-126-2U A Sunday school picnic and cele bration for the returned soldier boys, is being held at Gethsemane, south of the river, today. The good people of the Twenty-second district know how to entertain on occasions of this kind, and the number who are attending fro mGreeneville will spend a pleas ant day. 1 Miss Alice LaRue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. LaRue, who has been in the local hospital for the past two days, is reported recovering nicely today. Rev. S. J. Burkey and wife and Mrs. J. E. Ellenburg left this morn ingvtor Asheville, N. C, where they vvifl attend a camp meeting during the coming week. Mr. Dave Mason, Jr., will move into his newly acquired home, on Irish street, next week. Davie has made many improvements on the Hnedrix property. H. B. WARNER Distinguished and polished actor of stage and screen in 'Hie Man Who Turned White" Desert Bandits Raiding a Caravan A Beautiful Woman Kidnapped by the Merciless Outlaw Chief Scenes in the Oriental Dance Hall at Mzab The Camp of the Arabian Raiders at NiCht The White Quarter of an Arabian Hamlet The Foreign Legipn in Pursuit of Sahara Outlaws A Battle of Three Against Fifty on the Sands of the Desert SPECTACULAR ANDTHRILLING it.. ii i j n i r J., S - .-u..-, BARRELS : We have 100 heavy oak barrels of 60-gallon capacity, which we will sell at $1.50 each. Call Oakland Milk Feeding Co. 2-126-5t. Misses Mary and Elizabeth Sharitz, of near Greeneville, left this morning for Jonesboro, whete they have gone to join a house party, given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Armen- trout. Both advertising and subscription rates on the Daily Sun will increase September 1st. We are forced to make these advances on account of the increased cost of printing pa- per and other amterials. The management of the Greene County Fair has sent an invitation to Seret. Alvin C. York, the greatest hero of the late war, inviting him and his wife to come to Greeneville for at least one day during the Fair. It is the opinion of the entertainment committee that Sergt. York will ac cept the invitation. The annual evangelistic meetings at the Holiness Tabernacle, on Church street, will begin on Septem ber 9th. Greeneville people will greatly miss their favorite singer, Prof. W. B. Yates, this year, who will be succeeded by a West Virginia evangelistic singer. Rev, Owens, of Alabama, will also succeed Rev. Will Huff as the evangelist. Sheriff Renner is selling a stock of goods at auction in the basement of the new court house this afternoon. I The stock is small, and was brought to Greeneville from one of the coun try districts several weeks since. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE : For farm, a nice 9-room two-story building complete with electric lights. Hot and cold water baths, a nice barn and a beautiful view. See H. R. Meade. 2-126-6t. PRINCESS and LIBERTY THEATRES TODAY H. B. WARNER IN "THE MAN WHO TURNED WHITE" PRINCESS MONDAY "ELMO THE MIGHTY" (EPISODE NO. 3.) Mack Sennett Comedy; Hert Nw. LIBERTY MONDAY SHIRLEY MASON IN "THE WINNING GIRL" Quality Auto Goods At Moderate Prices Make our place your headquarters for Auto Goods. In our stock you are sure to find just what you want and marked at a price that will appeal to you. , . Headquarters for Goodrich and Kokomo Tires Eveready BatteriesRepair Work Welding and Acessories. BACON-DICKEY MOTOR CO. Both Phones. Mr- OWN YOUR HO ME In order to encourage our people to own their home and also to induce every person who wants property in Greeneville to buy, we are g:?ng to sell houses and lots in all sections of Greeneville At Audio Saturday, Aug. 30th Beginning at 10 A. M. This sale will afford every one an opportunity to own a residence in Greeneville f ot a home or for rent. We have any size or price house from $750.00 up to $8,000.00, and each and every one will be offered at this sale. We will have automobiles to carry the people from house to house until the enti e Jist has been sold. It costs nothing to attend these sale and you may gain by being present. . TERMS OF SALE WILL BE VERY REASONABLE A small payment down and a monthly payment on the smafe homes. OWN PROPERTY IN GREENEVILLE It is going higher every day. If you want property call and see our list. If you have property you want to place in this sale, see us at once. Brass Band Will Lead Crowd Sale Conducted by GREENE COUNTY LAND EXCHANGE J. A. RUSH, Auctioneer CRMcInturff W.L.Bewley V