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. if, THE GREENE VILLE DAILY SUN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, Ml. LOCAL and PERSONAL MENTION .g..i.,g..g.,g.aj. City Taxes are now due. Bewley, Recorder. Chas. H. 190-3t. Mr. Gray Newman, of Knoxville was a visitor here yesterday. Miss Zula O'Dell returned Friday from a visit with relatives in New port. Mrs. r ranees Burell, of Camp Creek, spent Saturday in the city chopping. INSURANCE ALL KINDS N. T. HOWARD & CO. Hon. J. W. Howard, of Glasgow, Ky., is spending a few days witH his family hero. - n n ii u t t!. district, was in Red Cross headquar ters today. Misses Mabel and Esther Hawkins? will leave tomorrow for a visit with friends in New York. Mrs. J. H. Dugger, Chairman the Seventeenth district, was Greeneville today. WANT INSURANCE? LaRUE & CO. SEE S. B. Mr. Nic P. Earnest, of the First district, was in looking after the Red Cross call this week. Constipation. Most laxatives and cathartics af ford only temporary relief and should be used only for that purpose. When you want permanent relief take Cham berlain's Tablets and be careful to observe the directions with each pack age. These tablets not only move the bowels, but improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. Mr. . E. Hacker is planning to put the Twenty-fourth district over its quota at two meetings to be held there Sunday. Mr. W. R. Lowry has ca lted a meet irig at Link's school house Saturday night at 7 o'clock, and a large attend ance is expected. INSURANCE ALL KINDS N. T. HOWARD & CO. Hon. N. T. Howard is arranging for a meeting for the Red Cross at Cedar Grove, probably Sunday. Announce ment will be made later. Misses Georgia McLane, of Zion, and Misses Anderson and Robb, of Camp Creek, spent the day in Greene ville Saturday. Rev. W. C. Ball, of Xenia, Ohio, is here to be with his sister, Mrs. Da vid Rickr, who is in the local hospital for an operation. Mr. W. M. Koontz, Chairman of the 15th district, was in Red Cross headquarters today, securing supplies for the work in that section. . iur. w. u. waddeii win make a Red Cross address in the Sixth dis trict Sunday where a special nieeti ing is being arranged for. PRINCESS THEATRE TODAY- (At Both Theater! ) MABEL NORMAND IN "JINX" MONDAY Fourteenth Episode of "ELMO, THE MIGHTY" Featuring Elmo Lincoln Good Two Reel Comedy and Hearst News. Biliousness Quickly relieved without sickening. One Pill at night will do the work. 4 Mr. David Ricker spent Friday and Saturday in Greeneville with Mrs. Ricker, who underwent an operation at the local hospital. INSURANCE ALL KINDS N. T. HOWARD & CO. Mr. T. S. Hull is arranging for a conference of the committee from the Twenty-third district at Mosheim on Saturday, for Red Cross work. WANT INSURANCE? LaRUE & CO. SEE S. B Mr. W. 0. Bowman has arranged i to carry his famous quartette into i the 22nd district and several meet j ings will he held there before tho ! campaign closes. , A Good Cough Medicine for Children. Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Redon, Ga., phoned to J. M. Floyd, the merchant there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy and said she had bought a bottle of it at his store re cently and that it was doing her chil dren so much good that she wanted to keep up the treatment. You will find nothing better for coughs and colds in children or for yourself. It keeps the cough loose, expectoration easy and soon frees the system from the cold. Mr. D. 0. Ross, Assistant Chairman from the Twentieth district was in at Red Cross headquarters today. Mr. F. E. McCray is Supervisor of this dis trict. INSURANCE ALL KINDS N. T. HOWARD & CO. Prof. E. A. Hathaway, Red Cross Chairman of the Thirteenth district has his work under way and reportf that Tusculum will respond 100 per cent to the Third Roll call. Thii Meant You. When you get up with a bad taste in your mouth, a dull tired feeling no relish for food and are constipated you may know that you need a dose of chamberlain's Tablets. They not only cause an agreeable movement of the bowels, but cleanse and invigor ate the stomach and improve indiges tion. Hon. L. H. Trim will deliver a Red Cross address at Chuckey Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Several Greeneville people will probably go up to hear this eloquent young speak er at this meeting. INSURANCE ALL KINDS N. T. HOWARD & CO. Hon. H. II. Gouchenour, Supervi sor of the 18th district in the Red Cross Third Roll Call, reports that dis trict as very enthusiastic and that it will more than raise its quota of mem bership. WANT INSURANCE? LaRUE & CO. SEE S. B Mrs. O. G. Klinger returned Fri day evening from Knoxville, where she has been at the bedside of her husband for the past three weeks: Rev. Klinger's condition is reported, much better, and it is hoped that he will be able to be moved to his honu in the near future. A fine Red Cress meeting was held in the Third district Friday , night. Addresses were heard by Dr. J. B. Ely, Rev. L. Courtney, Mr. Pearinan and Chas. F. Brovn. Mr. Biddle was unable to attend this meeting, being absent from the county. The Third district can always he depended upon to rise to the occasion. INSURANCE ALL KINDS N. T. HOWARD & CO. CLOSING OUT SALE1 Having sold al! my stock of goods except the Ladies' Coats and Coat j Suits, and as I have to give up the room soon, I will sell what I have at ; a great sacrifice. ! E. D. WHEATLEY. Limestone, Tenn. ' 192-2L WANT INSURANCE? URUE & CO. SEE S. B Church Notices f !T o M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH J. B. Ely, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:15, A. M., S. II McLain, Superintendent. Men's Bi ble class taught by L. H. Trim. Morning service, 10:30. Pastor'i theme, "Law and Order." Evening service, 6:30. Pastor' theme, "A Question of Identity." ,lt is said that uen. roch never missed a service during the war. Are some people in Greeneville much busier than he or only more careless Where there s a will there s a way FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH S. F. Sims, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:16, W. F. Mc Guffin, Superintendent. 100 in Sun day school last Sunday. Lets have 105 tomorrow. Preaching, 10:30, by the pastor, Subject, "Every Man In His Place, Evening service, 6:jo. lhe pro traded meeting will come to a close Preaching at this church tonight 6:30. Subject, "Gnats and Camels Prayer service 6 o'clock. CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN S. L. Noel, Pastor. Geo. W. Doughty, Superintendent Sunday school. Judge Dana Harmon, teacher Men Bible Class. Sunday school, 9:15 A. M. Preaching, 10:30 A. M., and 6 P. M. 30 This is the day that the Governor asks the ministers to preach on "Law and Order." The pastor will com ply with the Governor's request at the morning hour. Subject: "Govern emnts, such as God wanted, such as men wanted, kind we have had, where we are and the way out." Come and hear what the pastor has to say or this subject. You are welcome and cordially in vited. ASBURY M. E. CHURCH J. E. Milburn, Pastor. Sunday school, 9:15, T. S. Superintendent. Men's Bible taught by Hon. S. A. Susong. Preaching, 10:30. Dr. A. C Hull Clasi God lard, of Chattanooga, former pastoi of the First Methodist church of Knoxville will fill the pulpit at the morning service. CONSIDERATION OF THE WATER QUESTION We have had an engineer to make some preliminary surveys and esti mates, which we want to submit to the people of the city at a mass meet ing at the court house on next Tues day night, November 11th, at o'clock. Let every one come out and let us discuss this serious proposition together, as we are compelled to have water from some source before next summer. BOARD MAYOR & ALDERMEN THE WATER COMMISSION. M91-4t. PRESBYTERIAN BlBLE CLASS The subject of tomorrow's lesson is, "Peter's Great Confession." This is a great lesson. Peter here recognized both the divinity and deity of Christ. Why did Christ ask his disciples "But who say ye that I am? What does Christ mean where he says tc Peter, "upon this rock I will build my church?" Was it upon the faith which Peter expressed or upon Peter himself as claimed by the Romanists? What is your belief about the Christ? How does this belief affect your Jifo and character? Let us have a good attendance to morrow. J, E. BIDDLE. KEEP A-GOIN' Ef you strike a thorn or rose, Keep a-goin'! Ef it hails, or ef it snows, Keep a-goin'! 'Taint no use to sit an' whine When the fish ain't on yer line; Bait yer hook an keep a-tryin' Keep a-goin'! When the weather kills yer crop, Keep a-goin'! When you tumble from the top, Keep a-goin'! S'pose you're out o' every dime, Bern' so ain't any crime; Tell the world you're feelin' prime. Keep a-goin'! When it looks like all is up, Keep a-goin'! Drain the sweetness from the cup, Keep a-goin'! See the wild birds on the wing, Hear the bells that sweetly sing; When you feel like singin', sing Keep a-goin'! , Frank L. Stanton, Robert Price Badly Injured Mr. Robert Price, who has been em ployed by the Banner Mill Co., as miller for some time, was seriously, if not fatally injured this morning about eight o'clock. Mr. Price was working under a corn mill, which wag in operation, and it is supposed that his wrench in some manner got caught on the shafting and was car ried around, striking him in the facei No one was on the floor when the accident, occurred, and when those attracted by the noise arrived on thqsj scene, Mr. Price was unable to give any account of how it occurred. Mr. Price's face was badly mangled both jaw bones being broken, and his nose broken. Two fingers were alsq cut from the right hand. As we go to press Mr. Price is re- ported conscious but in a critical con dition, at the Greeneville hospital. DR. YOST TO PREACH AT PRESBYTERIANCHURCH Dr. Robert Yost will conduct both the morning and evening service's" at the Presbyterian church tomorrow, Evryone is cordially invited to attend either one or both of the services. Only a Cold. Are you ill? is often answered "Oh! it's only a cold," as if a cold was a matter of little consequence, but people are beginning to learn that common cold is a matter not to be trifled with, that some of the most serious diseases start with a cold. As soon as the first indication of a cold appears take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Remember that the sooner you get rid of your cold the less the danger, and this remedy will help you to throw it on. Contributions Asked for Blind War Relief Fund The Permanent Blind War Relief Fund asks contributions for the blind soldiers of our allied army. Boxes have been placed in the three banks Please contribute what you can. The schools of the town and coun ty are asked to give a little enter tainment and contribute proceeds te chis fund before December 1st. . Send your jeontributions to ; ' . MR.S. C. E. COILE, County Chairman 191-2t. Health About Gone Many thousands of women suffering from womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardui, the woman's tonic, according to letters we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z. V. Spell. cfHayne.N.C. "I could not stand on my feet, and) Just suffered terribly," she says. "As my suf fering was so great, and he had tried other reme dies, Dr. " had us get Cardui. . I began improving, and it cured me. I know, and my doctor knows, what Car dui did for me, for my nerves and health were about gone." TAKE The Woman's Tome She writes further: "I am in splendid health . . . can do my work. I feel I owe it to Cardui, for I was in dreadful condition." If you are nervous,' run down and weak, or suffer from headache, backache, etc., every month, try Cardui. Thousands of women praise this medi cine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have used Cardui successfully with their women patients, for years, endorse this medi cine, Think what it means to be In splendid health, like Mrs. Spell Give Cardui a trial. ft Ml Druggists JTJ ratu Bring th. Bet Into Co-operation.. It is no wander that many are find ing the new medicinal combination) Hood's Sarsaparilla before eating, Peptiron, a real iron tonic, after eat ing, and Hood's Pills as needed, re markably effective as a course of treatment for giving vitality, vigor and vim, and increasing strength and endurance. Among the medicinal substances that the combination brings into co operation are such cleansers, tonics and digestives as sarsaparilla, nux, iron and pepsin, whose great merit has been fully established. ' Good results from such a combi- nation in cases amendable to treatt ment. seem to be among the "inevn tables." The combination is espec ially recommended for those who are run-down, whose blood is poor, be cause of impurity or lack of ironi whose nerves are weak or unstrung liters torpid or sluggish. Try it. Broyles' Studio Is again prepared to do your Kodak Finishing, and are located in the same building on Depot street as formerly. except at left at head of stairway, in stead of right. Respectfully,. BROYLES STUDIO. 192-6t. MRS. HUGH HARPER DOBSON) The many friends of Mr. Hugh Harper Dobson, will regret to learn of the death of his wife on October 29th, at their home in Colver, Pa., due to heart failure. Mr. Dobson is the grandson of Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Dobson, on route 4 and a brother of Mrs. Arthur Piper, of Knoxville. Mr. Dobson left some twelve years ago and since that time has been making his home in Pennsyl vania. Mrs. Dobson's home was in Virginia, near Washington, D. C, prior to her marriage. HELLO, THERE! I have something to say to you. Don't tell anybody I told you this for Lodge folks never tell secrets, but we are talking about having an old-time poke supper the kind we used to have forty years ago when the bovs would buy a poke with ? gal's name inside, and then he mustj share his supper with that gal. But we don't have any gals in the Lodge, as they must be a lady to get by. Get by, what? The ballot box. Let everybody who knows the pass word, come; and those who don't know it, come. Send in your appli cation and we will whisper it to you. By Order of the Council D. of A. 192-3t. Farm Bargains for ' Sale 90 acres, 8 miles from town, right on good pike road, 2 good dwelling houses, 2 good barns, good spring, in quarter mile of railroad station, one-fourth mile of good school and church, in 2 miles of good high school, good orchard and plenty of timber on place. Price $8,500. 95 acres joining this place, good house and good barn, good orchard, plenty of timber, watered by best well in the country, and a good pond; in jne hundred and fifty yards of rail road station. Pike road goes through this farm, divides it half and half. Price $8,000. 50 acres joins this first farm, right on pike road, of all good land, fairly good improvements. Price $6,000. This would make a nice home for pap and his son, and son-in-law wouldn't !iave far to visit one another. These ill lay eight miles from Knoxville, and in as pretty a valley as East Ten nessee affords. I have 48 acres in ight of Kirns high school, and a nice lew house, good barn and good spring and plenty f timber. Price, $3,- 00. 245 acres as fine land as there it in the state, in 1 Ms miles of Farragut hieh school, nice tpn room house, large bank barn, good tenant house, ood orchard, plenty of timber, wa tered by finest spring there is in East Tennessee. Lights in spring house, barn and chicken house. Could be made a hundred acres of meadow land on this place. Can sell this place at a gargain. It is right on good pike road. I have several good river farms close in from 350 to 400 acres, can sell at a bargain. We have over 500 farms in Knox county for sale or in adjoining counties. Don't be pulled off by these bootleggers on the streets. Come and see men who have farms for sale and can sell at a bargain. We have any kind of house and lot or acant lot that you can call for. Foi further information call and see Geo. C. Cummines or W. A. Houston, room 18 Deaderick Bldg. P. O. 943. Old Phone 2957. New I'hone 1883. GREENEVILLE ROUTE 3 We are very sorry to report that Uncle Noah Bible is improving very slowly. There will be preaching at Brown'sl school house Saturday night, Nov. 8th. Everybody come. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Black spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bible. Mr. and Mrs. Charley McAmis and children, Irene and J. W., spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smel ser. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Greenlee spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dock Greenlee. ' Mr. Kinn Baughard has purchased a new car. Miss Josie Hendry spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Ruth Kelton. Mr. Everett Black called on his lady friend Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Link Dearstone and family spent Saturday night and Sun day with Mrs. Dearstone's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pruitt. Miss Mary Ruth Bible spent a few days last week with her grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Paxton and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Lones and family. We a re sorry Miss Gladys Brown is not able to be in school at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Pickering ahd little daughter, Hilda, spent Sat urday night with Mr. and Mrs. Dock Greenlee. Miss Flora Baughard attended preaching at Mt. Pleasant Sunday afternoon. Mr. Roy Brown and Arthur Black motored to the mountains Sunday aft ernoon. Miss Flora and Susie Baughard called on Miss Etta Swecker Tuesday night. TWO BLUE EYES. GROUP EVANGELISTIC CONFER ENCE M. E. CHURCH AT GREENEVILLE NOV. 17. On Monday morning, November 17th, District Superintendent R. L. Stapleton will call a group confer ence for the purpose of discussing ways and means for the revival cam paign on Johnson City district. Tha. following charges are expected to ba represented by pastors and laymen? Mosheim, Greeneville Circuit, South Greeneville, Greeneville Station, Par, rottsville, Baileyton and White Horn' Chuckey, Limestone and Telfords. Every pastor of these charges is ex pected to be present and at least one layman from each church. There will be morning and after noon meetings with preaching ser vices at night. All services are open to the public, beginning at 9:30 A M. These conferences will be held in Asbury Memorial cnurcn a,. Greeneville. R. L. STAPLETON, D. S. 192-4t. BOYS WANTED: To carry Sun route. Cn make good money if they will properly apply themselves. We want only boyi who are ambi- tious and hustlers who mean busi- i ness and want to make money for I themselves. No drones need apply. Apply at once to J. B. Neilson, at j Daily Sun office. j Bring Your Hides to the GREENEVILLE TANNERY We Pay the Highest Market Price for Both Green and Dry Hides. ran OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY Thurs. Nov. 1 3 WELCOME BACK Second Annual Tour CAPT. IRVING O'HAY AND THE HICKORY NUTS 30th Division Amusement Company Greatest Laughing Show of the A. E. F. Organized Over There a Sensation Here Musical Comedy, Minstrels and Vaudeville Added Attrr.ctions. The. Hickory Syncopated Jazz Orchestra and Band Watch for the Big Street Parade. SOUTH'S OWN SHOW ' Bigger, Better and an Entirely New Production. Seats On Sale Monday. ADMISSION 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00. THE MEDICAL ONION Another old fashioned superstition has been exploded. The odious onion can never again be used to cure tu berculosis. The old timers who hava sworn by the virtues of this tear-producing product of the garden will have to make up their mind that they have been humbugged themselves, for the onion has been investigated, class ified, analyzed, and everything else has been done to it that scientists could think of, and in the end it waq found to be only an onion pleasing to the palates of some, however dis pleasing to the noses of their friendsj It is without any medicinal quality that make it an aid in the treatment of tuberculosis. So smash goes anoth er superstition. How the onion was scientifically tested is interesting. Bacteriologists martyred some guinea-pigs who were offered on the altar of science and the thorough tests made all showed the onion fails, not only in preventing the development of tuberculosis but also has not the slightest curative ef fects. Tuberculosis can only be cured by right living and it can be stamped out if people infected with the disease warned in time so that they may cura themselves and at the same time keep from inocculating their fami lies and their friends with the deadly T-B bug. This is the message the Tennessee Anti-Tube'rlosis Association is spread ing over the state and which must have fresh impetus next year if any progress is going to be made to low er the death rate from this scourge" in Tennessee, which has next to the highest native death rate from thie plague of any state in the country Kentucky is first. From December 1st to 11th the so ciety will hold its tenth annual cam paign to sell little Red Cross Christi mas Seals. The association is the pioneer public health organization of the state and since the money,. it takes in will be spent in the state the campaign should be widely support ed. NOTICE m The partnership of F. A. Vann, G. W., W. H. and R. W Doughty; do ing business under the firm name of the Greeneville Packing .Company, have rented their building to H. 'C, Maloney, T. B. Dugger and W; W. Brown, who will tontipui the. busi ness under the style of the. Greene ville Packing Co. This is to, notify the public that the old Greeneville Packing Co.,' composed of F, A. Vann and the Doughty Bros, is not now conT ducting the business of the Grecrir ville Packing Company and will not he liable for any credit extended to it until further notice. Oct; 28, Nov. 4, 11 and 18th. ' The American government will pay J to France for damage to property or injury to civilians by the American army, $2,000,000 or about $1 a man for all the soldiers in the American expeditionary force. .; Cotton Seed Meal and Feeds of All Kinds HOLLEY'S MILL Depot Street 1 166-tues & thurs. t. f.