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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, FRIDAY, JUNE II, 1920.
The Greeneville Daily Sun PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY W. R. LYON, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Daily on, year, $4; Daily six month, $2; Daily three month, $1.25. Daily delivered by carrier In Greeneville, $5; Daily by the week, (15c. Eentered at the pottoffice at Greeneville, Tenn., a second-' data matter. s The world never see ws to be altogether dogs to a fat man. Joy ia usually at 100 per cent when the excursion sets out, if at no other time. 1 " o - A man who is "babied" around home knows better than to whimper downtown. o Those who fight the battles are never those who arrange the terms of compromise. o Now that weather warm enough for overalls has ar rived, the overall wave has ceased waving. o Automobile stealing is sagging. Someone only stole the wheels of an automobile at Linden, Ark. o I... Highest development of civilization is a mind that can be just. The unjust are the uncivilized. o Being good is Borne folks' way of finding peace of mind ; and some care nothing for peace of mind. o , In reform waves how much is good will toward the people to be reformed and how much vindictiveness? o Abusiness man who is always coming home or going away has been lucky enough to find someone who can run his business. : o Another mighty pull of the movie show is that sit ting there in the dark it doesn't matter whether you have on fine clothes or not. o Popular government may be as exasperating ns one man government, but under popular government you can express your disapprobation for all the good it will do you. ' o Some uninformed person asked why the forests of the aya.aa.aaa.waa waaava.a V a w a,ava..... ta ...Vv nwuy j'Uljl 1 V ' 1 J I J ' V I . j But no one has the heart to grind up future rosewood piano cases and mahogany billiard tables. 12 miles northeast of Greene ille, in the 20th District near Grand View School House; 84 acres subdivided to be sold At 10:00 A. It is not often that farms like this are on the market. This farm contains some good bottom land, blue grass pastures line timber and, for corn ani tobacco land can't be ex celled. This farm is intersected by two public roads. Well watered by creek and springs. Near a good school and church, and in fine community. Two large residences, 3 good barns and outbuildings ''--' in ..j TERMS : ONE-THIRD CASH BALANCE 1 & 2 YEARS FREE PRIZES Gm Baal nnnw I J ne Conn OFFICE IN BANNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE W. L BEWLEY COL, J. A. RUSH, Auctioneer C. H. McINTURFF It is possible that against the drift of futile as a set of resolutions would have been against the prehistoric glacial drift. Drift to the cites may bei a law of planetary human life; how do "we know? "Viewing with alarm" makes us none the less helpless. If every past son of Adam dwelt in a city would it stop the cultivation of the soil? 1 Undoubtedly not. By the time the last lone agricultrist has shouldered his hoe and hoofed it into town, airplane s will be as cheap as bicycles. Man and his family will reside on tree bordered boule vards punctured with fountains, every citizen will boast of his own vine and fig tree and what is more important his own bathtub and every weekday all of those whose vocation it is to till the soil will -take flight at 8 a. m. and in thirty minutes will alight in the fields fifty or 100 miles away. Merely because one delves in the earth, plants, prunes and harvests, will he be deprived of city life with all its charms and its eternal "company," desirable and unde sirable? The inexorable logic of events "apears to make certain that some day we shall all live in the city. o SUMMERING TO COST MORE. Eastern cities, it seems, are not to be deserted this sum mer. People have to stay at home and pay the rent, which is so high that they can't afford to take summer cottages by the shore or in the mountains. In some in stances in New York rents have been raised more than 1000 per cent, and resort rents have not remained inact ive, either. Thousands of city people will have to confine their out to week-end excursions, crowding the trains semiheb dominally and squeezing us into narrower railroad breath ing space and into more back bedrooms in the hotels, big and little. ""More generally than ever, travelers solus will find that "we're sorry, but we have no single rooms left." You get the single room if you pay the price of a "double" one. But one tomplaint should justly be made of this. We have accepted the acquitment made by the hotel clery some summers ago, who said, "Well, you know this is a resort hotel ; and it's only open four months in the year." So we considerately ask, "What is now your double price for a single room?" and sometimes are rewarded by an appreciative smile and "Five dollars, six dollars, eight dollars and up." o- Lay up something for a rainy day; and if the rainy day falls upon one of life's picnics, lay up resignation. going to the In Mexico Huerta is President and Obregon is the dark horse in the limelight who will canter under the wire at the "election" next fall. Auction! M., RAIN OR SHINE BAND SALE CONDUCTED BY m ty EVERYBODY CIT YPEOPLE. all the protests and lamentations! country population to the cities is as CONCERT in i Excnange J The Town Gossip J ft ! ! f at MRS. CARRIE Chapman Catt. SUFFRAGE LEADER. a s it NEW YORK City. DEAR CARRIE: ' FOR A number of years. I'VE BEEN seeing your name. IN THE newspapers. i AT FREQUENT intervals. l AND I'VE followed up. J WHAT YOU'VE been doing. . j TO HELP the women. f ) SECURE THE ballot. AND EVERY time. 4 I'VE SEEN your name mentioned. 4 IT'S ALWAYS been written: "MRS. CARRIE Chapman Catt." . AND I always thought. ! THAT YOU were a widow. (. UNTIL THE other day. WHEN I saw an article. t t t IN ONE of the magazines. ABOUT YOU end your family. 4 AND IT showed a picture. OF YOUR husband. AND UNDERNEATH it said: J J $ "MR. THOMAS Catt." AND DEAR Carrie. 4 I JUST want to write you. 4. 4 i THAT I don't blame you. 4 FOR KEEPING your own name. . 4 -j. INSTEAD OF signing yourself: 4 "MRS. THOMAS Catt." BECAUSE TO say the least. IT'S RATHER startling. J 4 AND ONCE upon a time. DOWN IN Texas. 4 4 4 I KNEW a groceryman. f t , AND HIS name was Gote. f J -AND HIS first name. WAS WILLIAM. 4 4 4- AND YOU can guess. ! 4. f WHAT EVERYBODY called him. BUT JUSP the same.. I'D GIVE a good deal. $ IF I could take your husband. ja $ aj DOWN IN Texas some day. $ l AND HUNT up the groceryman. 5 $ AND INTRODUCE them. 4 4 WITH THE words: "MR. TOM Catt. J. -J. "I WANT you. 4 "TO MEET. "MR. BILLY Gote." AND I imagine. f ., IT'D BE awfully exciting. OR SOMETHING or other. 4 4 4 I DON'T know what, !! ! I THANK you. As many as 9000 immigrants in one week have been coming to the United States through the port of New York. A new electric cloth-cutting device has a thin circular knife which re volves at a rate of six thousand revo lutions per minute and cut" through many thicknesses of the c'oth. My Mother used Mothers Friend before I was born 26 yrar ago and my birth was prac tically a painless one," writes one en thusiastic mother. How very natural then, that her cv,n mothet, whote ex perience had unqualifiedly proven the virtue of MotLer Friend would hav her daughter enjoy the same benefit. Mother' Friend is mol tsumuHj. At uU Drut&os. Special Bookke oo Mst!-rli(l aa4 Baby hm. Bt4fiaUJUavlatocCa, Ppc Hl,Af'-JirvQ. iH i! ' ' '"'V A Thfitwd Generation mPUBINE PJe Liauid l 9 M T a. telicves jRtuckly pp-aci. Br DOSE AMD IN BOTTUS 10 30(& 0 ANNOUNCEMENTS . FOR SHERIFF. We take pleasure in announcing the candidacy of W. II. Greenway, as the nominee of the Republican Primary of March 20th, 1920, for Sheriff. Law enforcement and efficient dispatch of business will characterize his admin istration. 3-52-t. f. SHERIFF RENNER'S ANNOUNCE MENT Believing that my record and a custom of my party entitles me to a second term as Sheriff, I am appeal ing to the voters of Greene county for their votes and influence. I have honestly tried to do my duty an your 1 Sheriff without fear, f:.vcr or preju dice. If I am elected it will be my earnest endeavor to use all the power of the office for an evn more thor ough enforcement of all the laws. Very respectfully, t. f. B. II. EENNER. FOR TRUSTEE. I hereby announce to the voters of Greene County that as the Republi can nominee for Trustee, that I shall be exceedingly grateful for your sup port and influence. Election Thurs day, August 5th, 1920. t. f. J. R. KILDAY. I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of Trustee of Greene County at the ensuing Au guest election, and solicit the vates of all citizens of the county. In the event of my election, I promise to give the county a thorough-going, business-like administration show ing no favors, but treating all alike, with courtesy and impartiality. I will carry on the affairs of the county to the best of my ability, and make every effort to fulfill the obligations of the office with a conscientious re gard for duty. Your vote and influ ence will be deeply appreciated. Very trflly yours, t. f. ED KENNEY. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. We are authorized to publish thp candidacy of R. B. Moore, for re-election to the office of Tax Assessor, having received the nomination of the Republican party in the March 20th Primary. M-. Moore has given uni versal satisfaction. The support of all voters is solicited. t. f. Our Cheap Column A Little Advertisement in This Column Will Bring Quick Results Only One Cent a Word. FOR SALE: Ford Coy W. Black. Roadntjjtj See 3-tT3-6t. pd. FOR SALE: 1919 model Cherolct, in A-l condition; extrayttach ments. See J. W. Kirk 3-(T5-3t pd. WHIPFOORWI LL PEAsToR sXLE. 6 bushels for cale at $G.(kl pi- bu. W. H. Earnest, Afton, TeiW 3-G5-3t. pd. LOST: Yesterday, June 10, one cuff button (solid gold) between the "Moore House" &id the Pal ace barber shop. Return to E. D. King and receive reward. 65-lt FOR SALE: 1 1920 Ford touring car; 1 Ford Truck, in A-l condi tion. City Garage, New Phone 311. 3-62-6t. pd. FOR SALE: New O-room buAiralow on North Church Street, t i bar gain. Easy terms. TwecdNw Kel ley Realty Co. 3-64-3t. FOR SALE: I have en plants for three acre nough tqbacco vs. J sell cheap. F. C. Willhoit, Greeneville. Rt. 11. 3-G3-3t. pd. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN!: Nice suburban home on good nikc. B room cottage and 2 acres land. Good terms. Tweed & Kellpy 3-64-3t. Realty Co. FOR SALE: Nice large lot with first-class brick dwelling and Imall bungalow on East Depot tweet. A barsrain if sold at once. v.Wd & Kelley Realty Co. 3-(3t. SCRAP IRON: Now is the time tc bring in your scrap iron. We also buy mixed rags and old rubber. Bring your old automobile tires and inner tubes. The Austin Co., Church Street, at Railroad. 302-t. f. LOST: Between First National Bank, Square Drug Co. and Posti Office, $100 Third Liberty Loan Bond, one coupon attached. Find er will be rewarded for its return. H. H. Gouchcnour. ' 3-60 t f FOR SALE: Big type Poland-Chins Pigs, three months old. Trice $25 each; also two gilts and one boar, that will weigh one hundred and seventy-five pounds, price $50 each. Can be seen at my farm, one mile west of Greeneville on the Knoxville pike. M. P. Myers, Greeneville Route 3. Mob 29th to June 29th, DAILY SUN WANT ADS BRING QU1CX RESULTS i t' a-, a a P lliiionsnes : K 7 r S p 1'era.atMmtly relii-ved witli- C Mi an. m - JB Eoui icnin(j. un nil at il 'w "J night will do tha work SW -to TEMPORARY ARMY RAIV WILL END ON JUNE dO WASHINGTON, June H. All regular army officers holding emer gency commissions of a higher rank will be honoorahly discharged from the emergency commissions only, effective June 30, the War Depart ment announced recently. J PROFESSIONAL J DR. C. V. MYERS Veterinarian and Surgeon County Line Stock Inspector. Phone No. 273. Office Carter & Simpson's Stable. J. A. SHANKS Auctioneer FARM SALES A SPECIALTY Limestone, Tenn. Insurance NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO. J. L. Britton, Agent GREENEVILLE, TENN. DR. H. M. TAYLOR aud DR. L. E. DYER Phy sicians and Surgeons Offices New Doctors' LWg., Summer Street. Office Hours -8 to 9 a. m.; 12:30 to 3 p. m. ; 7 to f p. m. Night Calls- Both Pho no. nj DR. W. T. MATHES Specialist in Diseases of Children. General Practice of Medicine Office Bohannoc Bldg. Hours 8 to 9 a. m.', 12:30 to 8 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Both Phones at Office Residence, New Phonu 227. DR. E. C. DONN -LD PHYSICIAN Office over Central Drug Store 2 Office Hours: 8 .o 10 A. M., lto 4 P. M., and 7 Ic 8 P. M. New 'Phone Office & Residence Old 'Phone Central Drug S. No. 2 TRI-STATE MANUFACTURING COMPANY Manufacturers of TENTS, AWNINGS, AUTO TOPS Upholstering a Specialty Gold-Glass St Metal Window Signs Mail Order Merchants Orders Solicited J. C. BRANNETT, Manager Greeneville, Tenn. 3-4M. f. NEWTON C. MYERS 4 Sorti Meadow Valley Farm, Greene ville, Tenn. Breeders of Polled Short Horn Cattle.. U. S. Government and State Tu berculin Accredited ' herd. "Dia mond Archer," X183G6. S. H. 780646, a rich bred roan Scotch bull at head of herd. "Cumber land Conqueror" and "Meadow Knight," fit to had ny herd, now for sale. See them. DR. W. A. LOCArvJ Graduated Veterinarian Physician and Surgeon OFFICE PHONE 3C Headquarters Dan H McLain's StabL Phone No. 33. ( Office Orir C-nrsl Druj store No 2 Phone No. 3"-or leave calls at store bto-, Livestock Inspector and Tubercu lar Testing of Cattle for Shipment. HIM., HKhX-N