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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1919. LOCAL and PERSONAL MENTION ' . Mr. Vernie Willhoit is a visitor in Knoxville. Mr. J. C. Park was a business visi tor in Johnson City this morning. . Miss Stanna Hawkins returned Monday from a visit in Knoxville. Mr. Hugh Coward, of Tenia, is spending a few days in Greeneville. John R. Todd, en route for his for mer home in Greeneville, was among the prominent visitors here today from Kingsport. Rev. Jerre Moore and family re turned to their home in Atlanta, Ga today, after a visit with relatives at Tusculum. Mr. and Mrs. V. E Johnson City, sjent Thursday her. Miss Agnes Rosenblatt left toda for Chattanooga, where she has ac Alexander, ofjcepted a position in the city schools for the coming term. Rev. A. H. Willoughby returned to day from a visit in Washington, D. C. SECOND-HAND FORD CARS: See Moore & Price, MoRheim, Tenn., for Second-Hand Ford cars. All in good condition. 2-135-lt. Miss Eilene Webster left on train No. 41 today for Kansas City, Mo., after a visit with her parents. Miss Jewell, of Tusculum, is nurs ing Mrs. C. E. Coile, who is improv ing rapidly after her jecent illness. N. T- HOWARD & CO. INSURANCE X'? 117 Maui Street, ity Aulo. Greeneville, J? mobile, Bur- Tenn. g'ry and Every ascription of Insur ance at Lowest Rates. New Telephone 125. SECOND-HAND FORD CARS: See Moore & Price, Mosheim Tenn., for Second-Hand Ford cars All in gocd condition. 2-135-lt FOR SALE: New Ford Roadster Will exchrnjjc for five-passenger Ford. See J. W. Stints. 2-1352t That boy or girl is not fully equip ped for school without a Waterman Fountain pen. Buy them at Lancas ter's. There will be work in the Master Degree in Greeneville Lodge No. 3 on next Tuesday night. All visiting and resident Masons are requested to be present. PRINCESS and LIBERTY THEATRES TODAY ELSIE FERGUSON IN "THE MARRIAGE PRICE" FRIDAY MABEL NORMAND IN "THE DOCTORS DISAGREE" WANTED: Saw mill to cut two or three hundred thousand feet lum bcr. Logs all ready on yard. Wa ter at yard. Bird Bros., Greene villc, Tenn. 2-135-3t Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Coile, of Bir mingham, Ala., spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. Coile's parents, Mr and Mrs. C. E. Coile, on West Main street. FUNERAL OF PRIVATE WM. D. SHEPHERD SUNDAY The remains of , Private Wm. D Shepherd, who died in a New York hospital Monday, arrived on train No 41 today, and were taken tothehome of his mother, Mrs. Lelia Shepherd on Route 15. The funeral will take place at the home on Sunday afternoon at o'clock, after which interment will take place in Red Hill church ceme tery. WANT INSURANCE? URUE & CO. SEE S. B CHICHESTER S PILLS Vr THK IMA MONK HRAMt. K I.adlmt Aak your lrulnt for A t'hl-vkca-trr'a llmni4 TirandyVX 11 1 Ik in Krd did Uold nwullkV boin, tnlrcl with lllue RIMxn. Take no ether, liny of towp V llrucil.t. Askfn, l. itf-H-TrRH DIAMOND ItKAMt I'lLI., f, item known is Best. Siftst, Always kellal ! SOLDKV DRUGGISTS EVERVWHEKf &ih Th VMrtV Little 15 Constipated? If so, you can obtain sure and speedy relief by taking Ff ir:mmiwm mnmmm ssxa mm asniiaveais When looking for good things to eat, think of BROYLES THOMPSON We carry a full and up-to-date line of staple and fancy groceries We also carry everything the fresh vegetable market aff ors at all times. Give us a chance at your trade and we will make every effort to please you. Both Phones Prompt Delivery Good Enrollment In Moshiem High Mosheim High School opened Mon day, August 5th, with an enrollment of 242 students. We are expecting one of the most successful year's work in the history of the school. The faculty under the leadership of Prof ('has. L. Morgan, is wide-awake and "on the job." But after all is said and done that may be expected of the faculty and school, we cannot hope to have the best school without the co-operation of patrons. Why shouldn't the school which has for its object the culture and training of "your" boys and girls interest "you" more than any other thing? SECOND-HAND FORD CARS: See Moore & Price, Mosheim, Tenn., for Second-Hand Ford cars. All in good condition. 2-135-lt, THIRD LIBERTY IXV- bonds MAf Changed k J "The one million persons and corpo rations in the Sixth Federal Reserve District who. bough Third Liberty Loan Bonds will have an opportunity of turning interest into more inter est on September 15th," H. H. Gouch- cnour, Postmaster of Greeneville, said today. "On that date the Government will make a semi-annual payment on the Third Liberty Loan Bonds, amounting to the sum of$88, 750,981.81. The Treasury department is urging that bond holders reinvest their interest in Thrift and War Savings Stamps and thus keep their dollars working. "Making a wealth heap has two processes addition and multiplica tion. "Saving is addition a dollar and a dollar and a dollar. It comes easier as one goes along but the increase is no faster next year than now. "When you set the dollar to work that is multiplication. Your' pile grows slowly this year, a little faster, still a little faster, then faster and faster, till interest outruns saving. War Savings Stamps do more lhan add dollar to dollar. No better investment could be found for your interest coupons. Remember this on Sept. 15." WANT INSURANCE? URUE & CO. SEE S. B. CALL MEETING OF GREENEVILLE MASONS There will be a call meeting of Greeneville Lodge No. 3, F. & A. M., Tuesday evening, September 9th, at 8 o'clock sharp. There will be work in the Grand Master's degree, and all brethren are invited to take notice and govern themselves accordingly. Let's have a good attendance. C. P. BAKER, W. M. High Spots of Wilson's Swing Round the Circle Left Washington at 7 o'clock a. m. yesterday. Will deliver 30 speeches in 22 States. First speech at Columbus, Ohio, this morning. " . Reaches Pacific coast September 14. . Last speech at Louisville, Ky., Sep tember 29. Returns to Washington September 30. The Beit Advertisement. The best advertisement any mer chant can have is a satisfied customer. No greater recommendation can be given an article than the following by E. B. Milburn, Prop., Guion Drug Store, Guion, Ark. "We have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for years and have always found that it gives perfect satisfaction." I FINE HEALTH RECORD TUSCULUM, Tenn., Sept 4. "The Old Timer" in straying about Tuscu lum noticed a house in which live two doctors andja nurse. Speaking of doctors, reminds us that the college has a fine record for good health among the students for years past FOR SALE I Bed Room Suit, I Range, in good condition; 2 Dozen Fruit Jars, I Kitchen Cabinet, Hoosier; 1 five-passenger Dodge car,'" Refrigerater, Stone lined, Cap. 125 lbs; Lot of Stove Wood,. See J. A. D. HAUN,. 408 Irish street, city. 2-136-2t. MRS. GEO. TAYLOR ENTERTAINS Mrs. Geo. C. Taylor entertained on Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. A. C. Hoss, cf Jonesboro, and Mrs. Bowman, of Florida, with eight tables at "42" and bridge. Prizes were awarded, Mrs. Sam Kirkpatrick receiving a handsome bon bon dish as winner at bridge, and Mrs. Lyle Wil lis receiving a hand-painted mayon naise set at "42." The honoree and other out-of-town guests were given hand-made madearie handkerchiefs. Dajnty refreshments were served. 'Fresh i;ar of Omeline Sweet Feed, $4.00 a sack; special price in ton Iota. One car load of Bran, special price in ton lots. Salt, Rock Salt, Pressed Salt, Oats, Peanut Meal, Chicken Feed, Dairy Feed, Hay and Straw AH the above at a reasonable price. Carter, Simpson & Co., the Brick Stable, Depot street. t f. ICE CREAM AND BOX SUPPER AT THE PRINCESS. a ! a aa aa at aj a a ala in THURSDAY Elsie Ferguson "The Marriage Price.'' FRIDAY Mabel Normand in "The Doctors Disagree." There will be an ice cream and box SATURDAY William Desmond in WANT INSURANCE? URUE & CO. SEE S. B. SECOND-HAND FORD CARS: Sse Moore & Price, Mosheim, Tenn., for Second-Hand Ford cars. All in good condition. .'2-135-lt. HOLINESS REVIVAL A ill jf 1 .11 I NATIONAL ffityx ATTRACTION LETTER OF APPRECIATION. Greeneville, Tenn., September 3rd, 1919. Hon. T. N. King. Greeneville, Tenn., Dear Mr. King: It is worth while to get away from business and see a little, learn a little and especially enjoy a little of the rest of this big, fine country of ours. Since we have returned, we are still enjoying our recent trip with you traveling again to Washington, Bal timore, New York, by ocean steamer to Fall River, Mass., and then on to Boston; through the old New Eng- 'and country across the border into Canada, on to Quebec. And here, we stop for while we enjoyed our visits to each of the other towns, this top of three days was the biggest . ,. . i ; 1 1 . . r , 1 1 i nu must eujuynuie oi an anu since o great a part of this pleasure was lue to your efforts and ability to se- ure favors from your big insurance company, The Mutual Life, and the wonderfully thorough and painstak ing preparation they had made to en tertain you fellows, we are writing this letter to thank you. We would not regret the expense of the whole of the trip, if this one stop had been all we were permitted to make. Quebec is a wonderful old town, and to be able to see it to ad vantage, the fi'lls and natural won ders and to be able to wind this up with admission to a banquet fit for kings, all through your kindly officers and good standing with The Mutual Life, just as though each of us was also one of the blue ribbon agents of this company, is something few of us ever have the opportunity to enjoy and we would be short in our sense of appreciation and mighty ungrateful, if we did not at least thank you to the full of our ability to express our selves. We thank you and your splendid company and hope that you may live a mousana years, increasing your business each year, and that you may keep your health to enjoy each year your trip to the meeting of your com pany an event which any man would be proud to look forward to. With sincere good wishes, Your friends, R. C. BIRD. W. R. OVERHULSER. PRINCESS and LIBERTY THEATRES SATURDAY, SEPT." 6th Admission- 10 and 20 Cents The East Tennessee Holiness As sociation, of Greeneville , Tennessee, will hold its twenty-fourth Annual meeting at the large Tabernacle on Church street, September tilth to 21st. Rev. Joseph Owen, of Boaz, Ala., will do the preaching, and Rev. Geo. A. Hilpert, of Morgantown, W. Va., will have charge of the singing; The object of this meeting is the salvation of sinners, the reclamation of back-sliders, and the sanctification of believers, and the annointing of the people' of God for more aggres sive work. Come and hear the old fashioned gospel. 2-135-6t. THE COMMITTEE. supper at Sunny Side Saturday aft ernoon and evening, beginning at 2:30 p.m. House and grounds lighted with Delco lighting system by H. E. Hol land. Lantern picture of Red Cross work, war scenes, and other amusing features by the promoters of the Greene County Fair. No charge for admission. Public cordially invited. Proceeds of supper for benefit of school. MISS SALLY HASH, MISS LONA SELF, Teachers. 2-135-2t. "Bare Fisted Gallagher;" also Chaa. Chaplin Comedy, "Sunny Side." MONDAY At Princess "Elmo the "Mighty," 5th Episode; Mack Sen-, nett Comedy and Hearst News. M O N D A Y At Liberty Bryant Washburn in "Poor Boob." TUESDAY "Happiness a la Mode," with Constance Talmadge. WEDNESDAY Marguerite Clark in - "Three Men and a Girl." FOR SALE: Motorcycle, A-l condi tion for sale cheap. See Cardwell at Hull BrosShop. 2-135-4t. ANNOUNCEMENT! Owing to the high price of mate rial and living, and having heavy bills to meet, we have been compelled to cut out all credit and run, a strictly cash business. Shoe work is hard and dirty labor, and too small to each customer to scatter out. We hope the parents will provide the money for their children before sending them to the shop for. wait work. . MOORE BROTHERS, Shoe Repairing. 2-135-6t. MTRftlT STORAGE UL 1 IlUl I BATTERY Service First Advice Second Sales Third There's our policy in a nutshell. First When the customer comes in, find out what HE wants. Give him satisfaction at the lowest charge consistent with a good, thorough job. Second Tell him how to prevent battery " trouble. We're not anxious to repair his battery, except to make it last longer. Third When he really needs a new battery we want him to buy it from us, naturally, and to buy a DETROIT with Special Insulation because that battery will last longer and give him less occasion for expense on repairs than any other battery he can buy. Come in and find out the wonderful service records of DETROIT BATTERIES with Special Insulation. CITY GARAGE Depot Street Drive In. We take pleasure in announcing our 11 Opening and Saturday, Sept. 5-6 Our line of Fall Hats offers a wide and varied selection of Stunning Fall-modes Fisk and Gold Medal Fa Friday Don't worry about not being able to have sewing done Betty Wales will solve your problemr Let us showyou the lovely autumn models opening days rHE MODEL 'A Style for Every Taste"