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THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, U120.
The Greeneville Daily Sun PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY W. R. LYON, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATESj Dailr on year, $4j Daily b montKs, $2 Daily three month, $1.25. Daily delivered hf carrier la Greeneville, $5j Daily by the week, 15c. Ceatered at the poitoffice at Greeneville, Tract., a cond date B-svtiar. To a man in debt even the clouds are dun colored. J o - ' There is only one way to keep a secret: Not to have any. . ".''r ' - 0- - 1 A seeress lasts some five years; by that time the mis fires become overwhelming. " . j Indirect electric lighting is charming unless you need light for something or other. , o , Most trouble can be avoided by locking your door on the inside and staying there; but it is to yawn. o- Building air castles ,is mere idling, says a writer, especially so, if one has no elderly rich relations.- 0-- When tobacco is prohibited other hopeful ones may petition that certain viole(n)t perfumeries be included. o - ' Long distance weather prophctc do not predict pleasant weather; consequently they are accurate half the time. o ; ShylJck could have been cleared in these days by a good lawyer, who would have shown absence of adequate motive. 1 , . ; The "plain people" might accomplish more in the di rection they desire if any of them would admit that they are the plain people. '0 There is really no great difference between the sum mer hotel and the "business hotel in a resort town. They're both $5 a day. ; 0- " . " When the man with $20,000 in the bank tells au. iher where he can goi s, it independence of mind that speaks or the $20,000 in the bank? . o Family. names are stubborn things. No romantic poet dares, introduce one into his verses. Why? Because the reader will laugh. .Again, why? . ' - MOVIES ALWAYS CALL FOR MORE. It is a thankless business, the speculation on what ill may befall in the future, although curiosity' as much as foresight impels to that sort of guessing. What will be the plight of the movies when the whole trasury of im aginative literature is exhausted granting that it can be and even the current scenario writers ha e turned and revamped their themes until every situation is recog nizable as old and threadbare. - . Perhaps we should have faith enough in infinite variety of human ingenuity to believe that it is endless, and that new combinations can always be made with old ma terials. But what seemed an inexhaustible stock of dra matic elements in fiction and .history has been drawn on from Homer to Booth Tarkington, until already there is raking and scraping tar novelty and a law has had to be framed forbidding the interpolation of sections of old pictures in film dramas with new names. The voracious demand of the cinema is peculiarly dif ferent fro mthe stage drama, in that it can't be satisfied with tho same play, season after season, "or even with revivals. .Eachfilra bits its brief existence before its audiences and then the fickle public eye calls for some thing new. Novelty, always novelty. Wherewith shall this ereed for the original be satisfied? It may be by drawing more and more neavily on the sea of undeveloped talent which some believe has never heen exnlored the mute inglorious Miltons there will h scnarios enoueh to supply the demand. In that day everyone who ckn write at all must write his little piece for the movies, and will undoubtedly be well paid for n o- . GET ACQUAINTED. Do vou feel a bit above the persons who live in the same apartment house with you or those who occupy houses in your neighborhood) so you do not try to get ornnainted and eo half way in advances? Who are vou. anyway, that you should teei so mutu better than your neighbor, or anyone who conducts him self or herself in a self-respecting manner? ViW-hbora may not earn as much money as you do, and possibly you have much money which was earned w ..' dan. but this does not give you the-right to set yourself above those who by accident of environment have not so much money or education as you win yvu have. . ' . For possessions are only relative, not actual. Money is only good for what it will buy. Money won't buy respectability, nor will it buy health. Money won't buy social position among the worth- while folk. . . Anything that money will buy is perishable ana in tangible in comparison with the real things of life. . m. v!n ver which you think separates you from those Vou do not care for is so thin that everyone but yourself sees your shamming spirit. ' o - - ASKING TOO MUCH JUST KlDSAcAitionS. By AI Cartel "Where did you work last!" "I was a Bohemian, ma'am," "A what?" " 5 "I worked in one of those little res taurants where artists, writers and people like that are supposed to cut un something awful and where tour ists go to. 'see the sights.' I didn't mind smoking cigarettes and drmk- imr one cud of tea after another; I didn't even complain ,when the boss asked me to bob my hair and wear freakish clothes, but when he wanted me to smoke cigars I quit." Birming ham Age-Herald. :-' - A CYNICAL IMPRESSION "I can remember," commented the sarcastic constituent, "when a man could get pretty far ahead, simply by looking wise." "I shouldn't be surprised if times had changed," replied Senator Sor ghum. "It sometimes seems to me that it's getting so a man doesn't even have to look that way." Washington Star. MISLEADING THE INNOCENT "And this, my Bon, is a camel," said the proud parent at a "zoo." , "But, pa," said the youngster who had been stpdying antiprohibition cartoons, "where's his silk hat?" "What are you talking about, Eg bert? ' Camels don't wear silk hats." -JAlrVT lT GRAND TER "K-: BRASS BUTTONS N'uEAO CT ?V AtU THE PAR A PES t-trtttNGsl tUH' KNOW Tonrrr i d " Itt GONNA BE A'COP pV I CAHT SEtn TO PECtDCKS E AS SOON AS I GET WHETHER TO BE A rp ) jf AT ENOU&H t 1 COP Oft A HOTCRriAtr Or - W A ill Z?8 I INTERNATIONAL CARTOON CO, . . . .. . IT WAS ALL HE ASKED SVin VmiM Via th Inst tnnn in the "I thought they did, pa, and went rld j.d fall in iovte with. - tmt 1 11 A I tt I around saying, 'Thou shalt not.'" Exchange There sliould be a bond of sympathy between those who have carrots laid btfore them and the beasts of the field; their lot is mangel wurgcls. .." -o . Still one believes tine would rather have a population of 772,000 and live in a place where there is only ten " weeks' winter, instead of ten months. . 0 ; - " Some women talk of wanting more power, yet a pro arranged straying curl of one of them often is more powerful than the argument of a president. i ' ' o ; One'e declaration that he "cares nothing for clothes" may be based on nothing more substantial than that he can't afford to; and that's pretty substantial. , ; o ' . ' How many exemptions under the income tax can a country banker get for the customary bank robbery? He deservca some consideration on this account Stop spending so much money on politics. Consider the fate of certain presidential candidates and the less recent result in the Michigan senatorship contest. 1 o - Children of Israel refused to mafie adobes without straw, but there is a distressing persistence in the at tempt of some bakers to make pies without lard. o If you're not sure you're right but go ahead anywiy, you "get by" just as often as when you think you re sure, and you'll save yourself a lot of worry bcsi le3 o ; Some men shed ideas like an anvil sheds sparks they're worth seeking; others absorb your own men tality like a cat licks up cream they're worth avoiding. ''0 . There is no emergency that requires hailing fast the loose boards of a back fence at 5 o'clock in the morning. Nothing personal in this; merely an ancient reminiscence. . ".I '0 IN AND OUT He. Well, that's all I ask. I don't Want you to love anybody after me. -Edinburgh Scotsman. What a smiling man is he, ' Watch his phiz. He is going into the Poultry biz. But the other chap we see , Happy is, He is going out of the Poultry biz. Kansas City Journal. A LESSON LEARNED : PROFESSIONAL : "Sages tell us to learn to say no." "Peo pie I call on are letter per fect," said the man with a patent pen knife he was trying to vend from door to door. SUCH IS LIFE OBESSIONS "How does your daughter like nursing?" "Not so well. Been at it for two , , . . , 't jays now and hasn't met any million "You go to your desk regularly of . . a MAN WITH A MAID. The way of a man with a maid" puzzled the ancient writer of proverbs. He would be more Pu For instance, Mrs.' Sokolowsky wanted ner w y. solutely to herself. She threw a cup of acid in to spoil his good looks, but she was too uccessful; he died. , . ... On the other hand, Capt. Sherman Enos, wno mameu tlx. 1 a urn a not loved Miss Gloria Chonnotr, aiscoverms .. - ; sufficiently, poisoned himself. He did tne po gradually, because he wanted to spend a while thinking about the lady who had tired of him, "wtiolly absorbed in our love." As he was dying he wrote a-really pa thetic paragraph: . . 'It is now growing quite dark, and l am navm - siderable difficulty in writing. No more neanaca. Mr. Enos end Mrs. Sokolwosky turned custom ups. n-ria1 inherit- down Usually when a man is jcui - ance makes him kill tho woman, and tho other man, too, t a rnn Dpfc him. wm.n km the woman that stands m tneir way, out do not kill the man-in ancient times when women's char- acters were formed, man was necessary to protect ine children and fight the bears. - -o- ' nvvniP that rested o nfalse notions used to last long. Consider the witchcraft delusion. But that was r no newsnaoers. False notionB now last only a generation or two instead of for centuries. , 0- ' t,u forcrive you for holding opposite political if vm, alwavs make merry about politics and don'i iv-" " - artrue. But what is the satisfaction ol hoiamg vpy ,ite polit:cfl views" if you can't quarrel over themT o n 5a noSihle they have produced that atory of the man who is 140 years old by accidentally coupling his years -5A thAM of his father. If you investigate tne ai ega tions, that explanation will suggest itself. , late." "Yes," replied Mr. Dustin Stax. "I used to play golf to take my mind off work. But I got so interested in the game that now I have to go to work to get my mind off golf ."Washing ton tar. aires yet." CO-SUFFERERS DR. C. V. MYERS Veterinarian and Surgeon County Lin Stock Inspector. Phon No. 273. Offica Carter & Simpton't SubU. DR. W. T. MATHES SpeculUt in Disease of Children. General Practice of Medicine Of fice Bohannon Bldg. Hours 8 to 9 a, m., 12:30 to 8 p. m.; 7 to 9 p. m. Both Phones at Office Residence, New Phone 227. "It seems to me I'have already heard some of the stories told by this monologist." "Perhaps you have." "Yes?" Barber. Hair cut, sir? Customer. No, not a hair cut; only a mouthful of lather, fifteen minutes u'. o hKmiI hArtftnder who' has of onion . breath and the tip of my lib a kv -------- i . -, gone into vaudeville." Birmingham ear cut off. California rencan Age-Herald. colleges describes a money lender as !ollows: " "He serves you in the present tense, ends in the conditional mood, keens you in the subjective and runs you in the future." Houston Post. Does every mundane people ut some period in history have to go through the obsession that it should whip the world? If 'tis so, there is trouble for futur cen turies. , . -o "To what extent may carrots substitute for beef in a beef stew?" writes D. F. That depends on how far you desire to improve your complexion which is the function of carrots. , o ' Isaac, Our favorite farmer's man, sine his pay ba3 been raised to $80 a month, and found, is thinking of writing his name and title Isaac Woodson Andrews, jour ncyman agronomist f e 1 " If you have courage you may get capital, but if you hare capital and haven't courage somebody that has courage eventually will get your capital and then ycu ThM-e is a ereat de:4 of unreasonable scolding about M..wn,t neoole. although people who are demented JiVM V --- X - - ,re not abused for that The no-account people cam help being born that way. tw Ar old railroads are going to try to get out o f,o5- m hv not askine much of the government taking into consideration that government about exhausted its abilities in its recent railroad experiments. - First lesson a reviewer of novels has to learn is not to reveal the story in his review, thus spoiling the reader s pleasure; and some very excellent reviewers in the down East press haven't yet learned the lesson. o ' Whv worry what other people are thinking about you Thev are so busy thinking of themselves most of them don't realize you're aiive unless they bump into you OLD FRIENDS TURN UP "Does your husband suffer from his rheumatism?" "Yes, but not half so much as the rest of us do!" Edinburgh Scots PARTICULAR A DEFINITION THE BETTER WAY Pessimist. Say what you will, you A teacher of English in one of our haven't had all you wanted in life. DR. H. M. TAYLOR aud , DR. L. E. DYER Physician and Surf eon Offices New Doctors' Eldg., Summer Street Office Hours 8 to 9 a. m.; 12:30 to 3 p. m. ; 7 to 9 p. m. Night Ca!l . Both Phones Ontimist. ' No, but I haven't had all I didn't wish, either. PROOF OF It ENOUGH "Why do you think Edith is so easy to please?" ' "Well, she says she plays the piano only for her own pleasure." Boston "Old pal, it will cost us $600 to get Transcript. to Europe and back." .uc. -.,Iwr mr,iiv I ane. uiu inc. i-.rviii mi -j v.. ,.,( tsin " ABU we imvts judk I . . unA --i, tw will leave us Louise. Have you a speaking ac- $40 for drinks." Kansas City Jour- quaintance -with Mrs. Teller? Life. ' DR. E. C. DONN KID PHYSICIAN Office over Central Drug Store 3 Office Hours i 8 10 A. ML, I to 4 P. M., and 7 te 8 P. M. New 'Phon Office A Residence Old 'Phone Central Drug S. No. 2 TRI-STATE - MANUFACTURING COMPANY Manufacturer of TENTS, AWNINGS, AUTO TOPS Upholstering a Specialty Gold-Class & Metal Window Signs Mail Order Merchant Order Solicited J. C. BRANNETT, M.n-u.i Greeneville, Tenn. 3-4 1-t. f. EXPLAINING IT THE BARE TRUTH r IITV. Mnnvefni. tin. irivn IM the wvv " e.' -"- ... ,, , : uiA th man's He. Alter an wnere wouiu wum-. niUUg UUIUVVI) w... vojce an De Wlinoui; ner nnery i 'The number's all right," said the She. Presumably in ner oatn a tmL. D...I..J.. woman's voice. "The operator nasi-ne uyewuuci, given it to the vwrong person." Washington Star. QUITE DEVOTED OVER DUE Though poets sing The gentle spring, As doth appear; I'm prone to think They's had a drink It isn't here. Exchange. Phpllis. He seems very fond of his wife. I Joan. Very! He doesn't even find fault with the way she's bringing up the children. London Answers. YOUNG AMERICA "Now this League of Nations, my son FACT "Say, pa, who is going to pitch the first game?" Houston Post. "You'll find that coins are just like men," Said wise old Mr. Booth; "We have no use for either when They lack the ring of truth." Detroit Free Press. TELESCOPED DISTINCTION "You say you were in a railway car once when it was telescoped. What' was the sensation?" "It made me see stars." "What is a woman of tact, any- r . . . -v i vi tt r v nirtr Tw Jotipji want abonus way?" asked tne uia r ogy. vne for the time he saw service? - who knowa how to smile when you Bocker. No, he wants a bonus for praise some other woman," replied tn time he wai tent out of peace. the Grouch. Knoxville Journal and NEWTON C. MYERS A SOWS i Meadow Valley Farm, Greene ville, Tenn. (, Breoden of Polled Short Horn Cattle.. U. S. Government and State Tu berculin accredited herd. "Dia mond Archer," X18368, S. H. 780646, a rich bred roan Scotch bull at head of herd. "Knight of the Meadow," A-l herd header prospect for sale. Vigorous, rug ged, typey stuff bred for best service. See us, or write describ ing your needs. 5 r' j. , " t- - , . r j m . v r CHICHESTER S PICK f- ' m. w i i : V r , Tk tSynhr. hny f yop V lriWfci( nW in s-TEB'' 1IA 1VQ mttfll I'll II B.l won't have anything. accidentally In the dark. New Yft-W Sun. ' f Tribune. SOLD 6yjkyGGl5TS EVERYWHERE t ..... ;