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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, . VY, OCTOBER 2, .J. 4. 4.4. LOCAL and PERSONAL MENTION t 4 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. . Auto" Accident Bristol Citizen Near Morristown Boosts Our Fair it . , Mr. H. H. Galyear, of Morristown, is visitor here today.. Mr. C. M. Kiser it confined to his home with sickness today. ROOMS FOR RENT: Four furnish ed rooms; two for light housekeep ing. Call new phone No. 65. 158-6t. Mrs. C. E. Coile and Mrs. George Lumons will leave this afternoon for Columbia Tenn., where they will at tend the W. C. T. U. convention. Mrs. D. W. Williams has as her guest, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wayland, of Knoxville. Ladies' Coats and Coat Suits, the Nobby New Styles, bought right and just now being offered at prices that will be surprising, are now on dis play at Vann Bros. Department Store. Miss Martha Armitage left today for Lynchburg, Va.; where she will take a business course. FOR SALE: 1918 Model Buick tur ' ing car, in perfect condition. R. S. Fields. ... 160-3t. Rev. S. L. Noell and family arriv ed in the city today and will occupy the Cumberland Presbyterian Manse on Irish street. Rev. Noell is the new pastor chosen by the members of the C. P. Church and our citizens welcome him and his most estimable family to our town. Don'tfail to visit Miss Sallie Bo hannon's store Friday and Saturday. P'jy your Tall Outfit for the least money. Clothing for men and boys the kind that your children and men folks will delight to look at. You want to see the pretty designs that are now being displayed by Vann. Bios. De partment Store, West side of Depot street Miss Pearl Wallace' arrived Wed nesday to take up her work at Camp Creek Mission school. Miss Wallace was located at Cedar Creek about eighteen months ago. She has recent ly been located in Arkansas. On September 29th, while motoring between Morristown and Newport, Charles R. Everhart, representing the Glen Refining Co., while passing a rock crusher stationed close by the side of the road and trying to avoid running over one of the hands not hearing the approaching car, ran too near the fill and ditched his automo bile. The top and windshield were smashed, but Mr. Everhart saved him self by jumping from the car as it turned over and fortunately escaped uninjured. WOMEN BACKING THE SOLDIER BOYS Big Reduction Friday and Satur day on CoaUuits, Coats, Serge Dress es, Satin Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Hats. Miss Sallie Bohannon. PURINA FATENA, with grass, si lage or hay shortens the feeding per iod 20 to 80 days, secures 3 to 4 pounds daily grains, and makes MAR KET TOPPERS. At The Greeneville Feed & Grain Co. Get your steers on the market ear ly, market going bad. FATENA will shorten the feeding period 20 to 30 days and finish cattle in better shape. Sold in Greeneville by the Greene ville Feed & Grain Co. only. When the history of the war has been written, the work done by wo men at home will impress itself upon this nation as few even now realize. Literally, millions of women left their homes and took up war activities into' which women had never before ) been called, and many more at home devoted long hours at work in knit ting and preparing surgical dressings for the boys "over there." Some may have worked at the expense of health and are now suffering from headaches oackache, draggmg-down pains or some derangement. It should be re membered that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for more than forty years has been restoring such women to health and strength, and is now recognized as the standard remedy. Mr. N. B. Tweed left yesterday aft ernoon for a visit with relatives in Marshall, N. C. . PROTEIN makes milk; Carbohy drates makes FAT. ' PUNINA FAT ENA contains 60 Carbohydrates. WANTED: Settled whit woman or girl to cook and do light houte worlt for family of two. Good pay n light work guaranteed. Nice homo for right party. Apply in per son at The Daily Sun office. 1 Men's and Ladies' Shoes are going at a price that will astonish you at the present time. You want to see the Vann. Bros. . Department Store bef ore you. buy your fall ' Shoes for the family . , , . Mr. and Mrs. Fred, W. Thomas came down from Efwin today, Mr. Thomas having come to place Mrs. Thomas in the local hospital where she will undergo an operation for ap pendicitis Thursday morning. Friends of Mrs. Thomas, formerly Miss El lena Emerson, of Chuckey, will re gret to learn of her illness. N; f . HOWARD & CO, INSURANCE jLify. 117 Main Street, ilft Ant0. ureeneville. yy mobile, Tenn. Bur- ,y .1 I r a"""7 tiTwj Description ot Insur ance at Lowest Rates. Now Telephone 125. j Jitney Service I now have one of the latest model Ford cars, completely equipped, with all the latest improvements, and the Lee Puncture-Proof Tires guar anteed 7,000 miles without a puncture which insures you a safe trip without trouble. A. W. HOLT Call me at Mason's Comer or at Residence for Day or Night Service. i W Constipation, ( The beginning of almost every se rious disorder is cenctipution. If you want to enjoy good health keep your bowels regular. This is best accom plished by proper diet and exercise, but sometimes a medicine is needed and when that is the case you will find Chamberlain's Tablets are ex cellent. They are mild and gentle in their action, easy and pleasant to take. Give them a trial. They only cost a quarter. BOX SUPPER There will be a box supper at the Glenwood High School Saturday night, October 4th, beginning at 7:30 p. m. Proceeds for the benefit of the school. , ; ADA LISTER. BESSIE HOGAN. BESSIE BOLES, Com. I60-2t. Mettle. If Miss Larksbur made no reply when you proposed to her, on what grounds is she suing you for breach of promise? King. She claims that her silence gave consent. To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take WANT INSURANCE? SEE S. B. LaRUE & CO. W. L Thomas, former president of the old Bristol Fair Association, and traveling salesman, who resides on Cherry street of this city, returned Saturday evening from Greeneville, where he attended the Greene Coun ty Fair. Mr. Thomas was enthused over the showing made by the fair association and stated that Bristol should not let the record made for Sullivan and Washington counties during the past be outclassed. Mr, Thomas advocates the organizing of another fair association in this city to provide a place of display for the products of this section. "Especially was I impressed," stat ed Mr. Thomas, "with the soldiers day and children's day programs. Thousands of people were in Attend ance from every section of Tennes see to witness both events. Sever al hundred soldiers and several hun dred children participated in the pro grams of the days, including long pa rades with decorated cars and floats. Interest was at its highest ebb on soldiers' day, when the boys who went out from Greene county made their showing and were given the ovation of the people. "It is positively too bad that Bris tol, with the thousands of dollars worth of livestock and farm products that are grown in this section should be unable to hold a fair. This is di rectly due to lack of organization and should certainly be talked up among the business men of this city and the farmers of the surrounding country. A fair might be held in this city that would be 4 credit to the whole coun try. ' Farmers and stock ' raisers of Sullivan and .Washington counties would be glad to co-operate with Bristol promoters in getting the fair association together, and it should be perfected." Bristol Herald-Cou rier. Indigestion, Biliousness Constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets have re stored to health and happir ess hun dreds who were afflicted with indi gestion, biliousness and constipation. If you are troubled in this wav arive them a trial. You are certain to be pleased for they will benefit you. A TREAT The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c SPECIALS FOR PRINCESS and LIBERTY THEATRES TODAY JOHN BARRYMORE IN THE TEST OF HONOR- FRIDAY MADGE KENNEDY 1 THROUGH THE WRONG DOOR' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY White House Coffee; special . 50c Golden Grain Flour. ' $1.55 Cream of Harvest Flour '. $1.55 Blue Springs Lily Flour "' $1.55 Granulated Sugar; per lb llc Swifts' Air Borax Soap 5C Washing Powder . 5C We also offer a stock of Aluminumware and Dishes at Greatly Reduced Prices. Call us over either phone. Our service is prompt and efficient. Iroyles i Thompson Depot Street The Asburjrs Bible Class has ar ranged with the Mt. Qarmel choir to sing on next Sunday at the Sunday school hour. Every member is urged to be pj?esenl and bring some one with them. All who are not In Sun day school are,, especially invited to our big Bible class. 158-3t. , ; 1 Holley's Mill DEPOT STREET Flour New Corn Meal Feed of All Kinds AT THE PRINCESS. v H 4 4 4 4- 4- ! THURSDAYJohn Barrymore in "The Test of Honor." " FRIDAY Madge Kennedy in" "Thro the Wrong Door." , w . .- SATURDAY Harold Lockwood in "Pals First;" also Harold Lloyd Comedy. MONDAY At Princess "Elmo, the Mighty," also Two Reel Comedy and Hearst News. MONDA Liberty Shirley Mason in "The Rescuing Antrel ." TUESDAY "Faith of the Stiong" with Lewis Mitchell. WEDNESDAY Marguerite Clark in "Lets Elope." PUBLIC SALE On Thursday, October 9th, at 10 o'clock, at my residence, one mile west of Upchurch and near Friend ship school house, Greene county, I will offer and cell to the Inchest and best bidder the following property, to-wit : One Bay Mare; one Bay Horse, 3 years old: one Black Mare. 9 Years old; one Bay Mare, 7 years old;, one faorrel Mare, 10 years old; one nice uurnam Cow. due to be fresh anv time; one Yellow Half -Jersey Cow, and also one 8-year-old Cow; one Red Durham Heifer, 2 years old; one Calf, 4 months old ; about 80 bushels 01 Lorn; some Irish Potatoes; some Fodder; about 40 Head of Fowls; my household and kitchen furniture, and many other things too numerous to mention. Terms of sale made known on day of sale. G. W. GASS. A. J. BOWLIN, Auctioneer. Uim. ' . T" -The -Very-SeGoods;for;a;Lot Money.-;- We Don't Ask You to Do a Thing But Compare the Price. That's All. Fridays and Saturday and All Next Week. These Eight Days Will Be the Best Time or Many Days to Buy Your Fall Needs. SHOES CHILDREN'S STAR BRAND SHOES bought early list Spring. These Shoes have advanced about $1 per pair," but we will sell them just like we bought them cheaper. SIZE 5 to 8 L $2.50 SIZE 9 to ll---L- $3.15 ' SIZE 11 to 2 $3.50 : . (In the Heavy Box Calf.) . SIZE 9 to 11?V -, -1--- $2.90 SIZE li" to 21 lJ2---l----l-4'-$3.25 ' MISSED LARGE SIZE SCHOOL SHOES; size 2 1-2 to 6 for; per pair7. $7.50 MENS' HEAVY WORK SHOES; size 8 to 10. ..$3.50 On the Shoes listed above we will save you from $1.00 to $1.50 a pair. Compare and See. . ' .- ' Full Line of All Kinds of Shoes. ' "The Very Same Shoe for a Lot Less Money." ; ', UNDERWEAR MENS' GOOD QUALITY UNION SUITS; these are getting awfully high, but we have a good price; if you want to buy. early and save money; s .-yet 36 to 46 $1 50 A REAL VALUE IN LADIES' UNION SUITS. You want to see these to know what you can buy for $1.25 CHILDREN'S E-Z UNION SUITS. Everybody knows what E-Z means in Children's Union Suits, but everybody don't sell them at our price .1.$1.00, HOSIERY Compare the Price and See. MISSES' AND BOYS' "BEAR BRAND" AND "BILLY GOAT;" sizes 6 to 7 1-2; for, per pair, only. , 25c MISSES' AND BOYS' "JACKNIT :" these will compare with the 50-cent grade ; all sizes . from 6 to 11 40c GOOD STOCK LADIES GOOD SILK HOSE; in black and chocolate; worth more than we ask for them; all sizes $1.25 - BABY BLANKETS Size 30x40; blue and pink; a good value for .-Ll- .11 $1.25 Goats Dresses lvicrN o amnio we nave a limited stock Heavy. blue Shirts yet at, ; $1.25 And a few "UNCLE SAM" at- '--- J u - I ' $ 1 .25 A limited stock MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS ; worth $2.25, tov $3.00; while we have them ; only ijl : $1.50 Ladies Suits, and We are satnsfied with small profits in this line, and can save you money. These goods are high at the best, and we do not hesitate to say that we will sell you these goodd at a fair profit and. give you the. best the market affords. Give us a chance to show you we can. Suits from $25.00 to $67.50 COATS about the $15.98 kind for ' $12.00 $69.98 kind for -- $55.00 (All Grades Between at Same Saving.) m S DRESSES from $15.00 to $37.50 SWEATERS MENS' WOMENS' and CHILDREN LADIES' SLIP-OVER ,, .. $5.00 MISSES' SLIP-OVER - - - - - $3.50 BOYS' SLIP-OVER; a great value $2.75' LADIES' COAT SWEATERS; a bargain at J $5.00 MENS' SLIP-OVER; all wool; at. - $9.50 LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S HATS AT A BIG SAVING. SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER $1.50 to $17.00 Come Friday, Saturday, or any day next week and we will sell yo uthe very thing you want, right in season, for less money. McLaie's ' C Store A Good Place to Trade. 159-Ct. ' " . . ' .