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THE CREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919.
THREB J. Why Men Hate Summer Resorts (By Helen Rowland.) ' They Would Rather Go Fishing or Spend Their Evenings at a Roof Garden Than Play "Artist's Model" to the Kodak Fiends and Snap-Shot Sirens. Look! Who comes here? Who is THIS that approaches stealthily with the look of the hunt ress i nher eye? Is it the summer resort "vamp", bent upon conquest and destruction? Is it the anxious wife in search of her husband the jealous sweetheart looking for her "wandering boy?" the summer widow seeking mischief -the piazza gossip trailing down a fresh and fascinating scandal? Nay! It is none of these! It is the CAMERA FIEND! The Siren of the Snap Shot! The Nemesis 01 me rum: The Girl with the Kodak! See how craftily she holds her v i : 1 Observe how she conceals her in- How cautiously she glances all . 1 rt 1 1 1 TT.1 ! Al - ea, the sky, the summer boarders. Like a photoplay detective on the With what fiendish joy she spots er Victim! How Theda Barraish the smile with hich she transfixes mm or ner: How dulcet her voice as she cun- ngly leads the conversation. From the time to the weather, from e weather to tne sunngnt, ana irom e sun by artful stratagem to the lister subject of her base designs. Ha! She HAS you! There is no es De. "Just one!" she pleads cajolingly. Like a man pleading for a kiss be- -e marriage or for a drink after ,rriage ! ' i'Just one! I've got all the nice, TERESTING people except YOU! fYou won't have to BUDGE! 'Sit over here. No, over there. 'Wait a minute. You'll have to come to the other of the piazza, where you can HE the sun. AL J I V .Ml VII, uear: iuuu imve iu muvc In. The light is not right. "And besides, I'd like to get in a bit of the sea for background, you know. "There! "No, don't stop reading! Lift up your head! "And would you mind taking off your hat? Oh, thank you. It makes such a shadow on your face, you know. "No, don't look at the camera. Look at the sun. DON'T blink! "Let me see where ARE you? I can't find you. Oh, there you are ! "Pshaw! I snapped it and you were wabbling. Now we'll have to try another!" And another! And another! And another! And then one fair day, just as you are "New Thoughting" yourself into harmony with the universe, she shows you the RESULTS! And you don't know whether you are the black, fat lady in the middle. Or the wild-looking light-struck lady on the end. But whichever you are, it shocks your vanity, wrecks your serenity, and spoils your happiness for a whole week. When she exclaims delightedly, adding insult to injury: "Didn't it come out FINE? I think it's simply splendid of you!" Don't you?" And yeu yet wonder why men hate summer resorts! LIBERTY The sctiool at this place tias been put off for two weeks on account of the small pox. Rev. George Dunbar filled his reg ular appointment at Greene Ridge Sunday. Rev. Smith Bowman made his reg ular trip to Conkling Sunday. Rev. John Adams has been con fined to his room with sickness for the past two weeks. Mr. W. S. Bowman called on your scribe Sunday. Mr. Lee Sanders is bad off with a case of small pox. Rev. Henry Bailey, Geo. Dunbar, Luda Bailey and wife and Dana Holt made a trip to Greeneville Saturday. Master Moody Burgess, of Pilot Hill, spent Saturday night with his mother. Mr. Add Broyles and wife and Mr. Tom Bowman passed through this place Sunday en route for Casi. Misses Maggie and Gertie Hammer, of near Pilot Hill, visited their aunt, Mrs. Bruce Gray, near Greene Ridge, Saturday night. Mr. Bill Scalf called on his brother, Arthur Scalf Sunday. Rev. Dennis Hammer amde a trip to Ripshin Saturday. CREENEVILLE ROUTE 14 USE COTTON SEED MEAL AND MOLASSES FEED for feeding cat tle on ensilage. See us for prices. We also have a large stock of 60 Protein Digester Tankage, Beef Scrap and Red Feather Scratch Feed, pure. We carry the semi-solid buttermilk for poultry and hogs, 3c. per gallon. See us or write us. F. 'H. FORGEY & CO., Morristown, Tenn. 2-142-3t. WANT INSURANCE? SEE S. B. URUE & CO. 379-Acre Farm for Sale Lewis This farm is located in the 4th District of Anderson county, Tenn., on L. & N. R. R., about one mile off of pike road. Contains about 25 acres River Bottom, balance in Creek Bottom, Upland and Timber land. Improvements consist of two good dwelling houses, barns, outhouses and tenant houses. This far mhas more than enough timber on it to pay for it, consisting of Pine, Oak, Popular and Acid wood, some of which has never been cut over. This farm is well watered with Springs, wells and creeks, and pro duces well. The farm is reasonably worth $25,000 to anyone who wants a good farm. Termi. I This farm will be sold for one- 1 fourth cash down and remainder on j time to suit the buyer. J For full information and particu lars, see or write W. A. BROWN, County Court Clk H. C. SCRUGGS, Attorney. Clinton, Tennessee 2-140 3t. The dry weather continues in this community. Messrs. Hobert and Cecil Davis, who have been at Lockheart, S. C, for the past few weeks, returned home last Sunday. Mr. S. B. Cornwell and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Clendennon. Mr. and Mrs. Bird Trammel spent last Sunday with their sister, Mrs. John Ricker. Mrs. Vina Collins visited her mother, Mrs. Davis, on last Sunday. Mr. S. T. Knight's oldest son is right sick at this writing. Mr. Herman Clendennon has ac cepted a position in Greeneville. Miss Flota Waddell spent last week with her brother, Mr. Hubert Wad dell, of Cove Creek. Mr. Gay Johnson, from the north side of the river, was in this com munity last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Cornwell and children called on her mother, Mrs. Clendennon, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. N. Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Johnson spent Saturday night and Sunday at Camp Creek. BILL. LIMESTONE Misses Thelma Marshall and Nettie Armstrong entered school at Tuscu- lum last week. J. M. Harshbarger, after a visit to relatives returned to his home in Hi ram, Ga. Preparations for the Community Fair at Clear Springs are going along nicely. September 19th is the date, and a good old time is expected. Mrs. N. T. Dobson is expected home from a visit in Iowa very soon. Miss Maud Huffaker has accepted the position of music teacher at Oak land school. Joseph Shanks, Jr., is able to be out again, after a spell of typhoid fever. M. ROMEO The angel of death has again vis ited our community and taken from our midst Miss Mae Vernie Carter, aged 21 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Carter. She was stricken with typhoid fever about four weeks ago, and was seriously sick from the first. All was done for her that medi cal skill and loving hands could do to relieve her suffering, but to no avail. At intervals she knew her friends and members of the family, but most of the time she was delirious. On the night of September 5th, she was called away from her suffering. She expressed herself as ready to meet the change. Mae was a very sweet and lovable girl, and has been a member of the M. E. church, South, for about five years, but felt that she did not enjoy a full salvation, and during a recent series of meet ings she made an earnest effort and expressed herself as being fully sat isfied. Besides her parents, she leav es six brothers and three sisters, who were all with her when the end came. She was much loved in the home and the community, this being her home from childhood. She was always willing to do a kindness for all those with whom she came in contact. Her remains were borne to their last rest ing place Sunday morning, at Price's cemetery, near Romeo. Funeral ser vices were conducted by her pastor, Rev. N. II. Harrison, who spoke most beautiful and reverently to the young people to make their peace before they might be called into eternity. The grave was beautifully covered with floral offerings, the gifts of lov ing friends. Romeo school is progressing nicely. The teachers are Prof. T. E. R. Da vis, Misses Anna Conway and Mary Reel. The enrollment is 110. Miss Mabel Moore came to our school Monday to visit the poultry club girls. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Carter were guests Sunday of Mrs. S. E. Myers. Misses Selma and Mary Swan Cox were guests Sunday of Miss Gertrude McCrary. Mr. Joel Owens is reported better.' His friends wish him an early recov ery. Mr. Luther McCurry left Friday for Savannah, Tenn., where he has a position teaching schtjl. Miss Rubie Brotherton, who is in school at Mosheim, spent the week end with home folks. BETTY. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR SALE I will sell my entire outfit of house hold furniture, including player piano. If interested see MRS. G. G. IIASHBARGER. 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