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HE GREENCVHJLE DAILY SUN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1920. 'Cream 'of the Harvest" Flour' ' , BUY ONE BAG OF . . , "Cream of tlie Harvest Flour" Give it a trial and. the results obtained will con vince you of its superiority. : tilt FLOUR THAT MAKES BAKING A PLEASURE : cBANNER Milk COMPANY LOCAL AND PERSONAL - . ' : . , ' Born, to Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Dyer, . a daughter. ' Send Fry Produce Co. your Peach Seed. - 149-it. chg. Mr. Walter Neal, of Knoxville, is a visitor in the city. . ' ':. Fry Produce Co. want Dry Peach Seeds. 149-4t. chg. ; Mr. and Mrs. W, G. Carter are visi tors to Atlanta this week. ;; ,.' , . .,. Get your Enamelware at the Nov elty Store. . , 149-3t. Mr. Hit Snyder has returned from a business trip to New York. ' Fry Produce Co. want Peach Seeds. 14U-4t. chg. ' . Mr. C. R. Hurley is" a business visi tor in Cincinnati this week. - : We pav top prices for t'ry Peac'.i Seed. Fry Produce Co. 149-4t. chg. Mr. John W. Walker ia spending ten days at Calderwood, Tenn,. -t Fry Produce Co. want 5,000 bu shels of, Peach Seed. 149-4t. chg" -' vvy.'-v.- :':;','y. Mr. John Holt, of Newport, attend ed Federal court here this week. P,each .seeds." .wanted, Carter. & Store Weems. ' . ,,. 146-6t. td : Miss Grace Darter has returned from a visit with relatives in Chatta nooga. , ; ' Umbrellas for the Kiddies; also for ladies and gentlemen; The Novelty Store. . 149-3t, Mrs. Kelly Gibson and daughter. Shirley, r-re visiting relatives at Ap palachia, Va. Get your Light Globes from us, We have the 'Edison. ' 149-3t. ' Lieut. Sam Brabson has been the guest of his sitter, Miss Julia Brab son, this week. A . t' 4 ' Pure pork sausage every day in the week at Vick Andorson & Co.'s meal market. ' Mr. Hugh LaRue is confined to his home on Oak Grove Avenue, on ac count of illness.. , See our line of Novelties in Neck wear, Hand Bags Jewelry and Ribbon The Novelty Store. 149-8t Mrs. George P. Zirkle, of Kingston, are guests of Mrs. C. E. Coile, on South Main Street. We will appreciate your business and give you the best goods always for the least money. The Novelty 1 ' 149-3t. 4 Friends will regret to learn of the ' Mr. Dick Hughes,: of Johnson City, illness ot Mra- Ernest Susong, at her Is attending Federal Court here to-, nome on rarcn street, day. 1 Get your new Fall Hat, Suit,' Coat, mer. . Pure pork sausage at Vick Ander son & Co.'s. , PRINCES ,1 THEATRE TO-DAY LEAH BAIRD In "THE CAPITOL" FRIDAY ALL STAR CAST In . ."HIS TEMPORARY WIFE" Highest price paid for peach seeds. Dress Skirt or Waist- from the La Carter & Weems... . 146-6t, pd t3' Style ShP 2nd Floor Novelty ' 4 -a'"' .. JStore. . 149-3t. V Mrs. Chas. Boyd has returned from , - .. Baltimore, where she spent the Sum-! Mr- Cccil Sowers, of North Caro lina, is spending a few days with hu mother, Mrs. J. B. Sowers. Big line of Rain Coals fpr chil dren and ladies. When you need ont come to see us. The Novelty Store. 149-3t. ! Col. and Mrs. Joe R. Brabson arc ; expected to arrive this week for a vis- It with Miss Julia Brabson. j Friday and Saturday , we have spec ml prices on Ladies' Suits,, Wool i Dresses, Skirts and Middy Suits. The ; Novelty Store. - . ; .. 149-3t j - ! Mrs. James H. Dugger, of Lost Mountain, has recently had as her guests friends from California. I. ;;,a ' j Get your school pencils, tablets, ink, erasers, colored chalk, -scbool bags, lunch baskets and boxes from us. The Novelty Store. 149-3t. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kiser and child 1 ren,' of Johnson City, were guests of i Greeneville relatives the first of the week. "" ' ' " j . ' Mr. and Mrs. Allen Russell have re turned to their home'. at , Kinsport, after a visit with Greeneville rela tives, -v ,- : '. . ' ' SEE -1 WiHiam Far nu m IN fThe Jungle TraiF AT- PRINCESS & LIBERTY THEATRES SATURDAY, SEPT. 25th ADMISSION 10 AND 20 CENTS ;We are now in position to fill Pre scriptions written by , gfiy " doctor. Give us a trial. Central Drug Store no. 2, Main street-149-2t. ' ' ' ; ". . . ' . r' - 4 " We have , all the "little tinware and other things for the kitchen and bath roon. You will be surprised at the many things we have. .The Novelty Store. - V 149-3t. v x : : ., V S- ' ; ; J'; .' -5: " 1 ' Messrs. S. H, McClain, R. L. Fields and W, H. Kiser are in New York this week buying new goods for : their stores., '-'v :; We are showing the largest line of Aluminum cooking ware" In Greenei- ville. Come in -and get our prices. Every piece is guaranteed.' , The Nov elty Store. . . .' T49-3t. ';';":. ; 2 "Master Dave Glasscock, who was operated on at the Doctors' Hospital Monday, is reported to be improving rapidly. ' ' . s,''v i Pork sausage, pure, and made be fore your very eyes, and 'seasoned tc suit your taste, can be secured now every day at Vick Anderson & -Co.'f meat market. ' ! , - Mr. and Mrs.H. A. Darter have as their guests at their home on Summer street, Mr, I. N, Darter and "daugh ter, of Indianapolis, Ind. When Vick Andersoi. & Co, tell you they are selling you pure' pork sausage, you can depend upon what you are getting. They now have it on hand every day in the week. " Thousands of dollars'" worth of Glassware and Chinaware to select from. We have most everything you could want. ' Our prices are always the best. The Novelty Store. 149-3t. , 444 v Postmaster H. M, Miller, Sheriff R. W. -Greer, Messrs. I. S. Rambo and James A. Shupe were prominen citizens from Johnson tcounty attend ing Federal court here this .week. The season cf the year has arrived when pure pork sausage tastes good and Vick Anderson & Co. announce that they can serve you now with th old-fashioned kind, every day iatthf week.' , ' ' 4 4 4 Good news, Ladies: The Gordon silk hosiery has no equal every pair juaranteed. ; Colors, black brown 'and white. If you once wear them, you wilralways wear them. The 'Nova:- ly Store." tcv. . -f ; tw-.M UtoSt Mr. Frank Fellers and son, Marion, of Ridgef arm, Illinois, ' took dinner with their cousins,' Mr. ' and Mrs Luda Broyles, on Wednesday, having motored here from Hlinois. They join their son, Lieut. Bonner Fellers, in Bristol in a few days, where they will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.- H. Thompson. They will be in this sec- ion for several days visiting friends and relatives. - . - AU Liberty Bond holders in Greene County' are urged to examine their bends and have the First, Second and Third issues exchanged before Octo ber 1st. Respectfully, T. D. Brab son, Chairman. ' 147-3t. 4 4 4 ; Until recently, we have not been prepared to "fill . your piescriptions We now have a fully equipped Pre scription Department, in charge of a capable and experienced Pharmacist. We wilj fill your prescriptions prompt ly, and deliver same to any part ofj the city, ventral urug &tore jno. i, Main street. .. .- v . 149-2t. . On Wednesday evening Miss Fran ces M. King, of Chuckey, 'f enn., com plimented her guest, Mis.') Lora May Baxley, of Little Rock, Arkansas, with a delightful dancing party. -The rooms were beautifully decorated in red dahlias and ferns, and through out the evening punch was served from the prettily arranged dining ta ble. During the evening the guests were entertainedNby numerous read,- ings and vocal numbers rendered by the guest of honor. Miss Baxley will take a special course in Sullins Col lege, , Bristol, Va., this winter. Shortly after midnight an ice course was served. The guest list inHuded a number of Greeneville friends. FORSLING ARMITAGE : green silk trimmed in gold lace, with ' 1 greeij and gold picture bats to' match. tiM a Miss Marie Williams and Mrs. Ciias, W. Donaldson rendered a tl til I!7 a i i At l.w-U.l- C- l . chanrvino- nK '---wn, rur oais Al t"UUIU" a ttrifik- . program just before the ceremony.' ' J 1 - i f Miss Williams presided at the organ' THURSDAY SEPT. 30th r- A-.:!-,,1 !-.,' (f: while Ml-s. Donaldson, in her usual ef-! '' . ,'the K. :-r v.f . . ..? fective planner, sang, "To You," and , Farm, mill and fins timber land,, IC". ULAU IT '5 ''All For Me." , : ; - . water in house and barn. Come'lWt. ? -' uf, l.u. Strains of Lohengrin's" wedding to tilis a-le, and when you want' ?pcia! 1'iias o." :ii -c t'i march announced the approach of the : yur poperty: sold, list it with TO MUSIC TKAC": bridal party. The ushers entered ffryU, O li , Muaic dea!r tor U.ty yur. DCVISV Kealtv herdess' crooks adorned with k large Office over . Centr! Dr, rn jTIlO V.CZZ: Columbia roses tidd 'with nink tulle, o 4-t- it j! Miss Helen Armitage, maid of hon- No..2, oppc?ite Court House J 18G7 cr.EENEVIILC K Yesterday afternoon one of 'the most beautiful weddings of this sea son took place at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, when Miss Lu cie Armitage became the bride of Mr. Clarence L. Forsling, of Kimball, Nebraska. ' N - The church was artistically deed-' rated in green nd white. Beautiful ferns and large baskets filled with white dahlias, made the attractive background at the altar. The ushers, Misses Helen Lamb, Martha Armitage, Bertha Doak and Vivian Vann were gowned in ever- or,; wore rose silk, trimmed in silver " " " velvet and corned a graceful gilded staff basket filled "with rich Cblum-. bia roses. .'.,, - LittleMarjcrie Trim," dressed in lacy white net and rose' ribbon hat, carried the ring on a dainty ratin pil low. g ' The bride, becomingly attired in ; her handsome going-away r .suit of brown ; duvctyn, trimmed in beaver with brown and burnt orange cces- i feories, carried a gbregous shower bou-, quet of orchids and lillies-of -the-val-ley.t ' ' : i She entered on the arm of her fath er, Mr. C. G. Armitage, who gave her j away. ;",:;;;'-,;":--:! The groom, -uith his brother, Mr. Elmer Forslirg, rs best man,' met theJ bride at dtnr, and Dr. Robert. Yost performed the impressive ring j ceremony. t " ) The entire bridalt party marched, out by one able of the church and j immediately gathered at the Southern ; station to wish the happy pair a de lightful trip to the Adirondack's.-- ' Mr." and Mrs. Forsling will make their home in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Forsling is one of the most popular and attractiva of - Greene ville's young - ladies, and her ' many friends regret that her marriage will take her away from her home town. ICE CREAM SUPPER UiO 1 WITH SOME " -' " : WEARE; AL WIU&1YARE We have put in a full line of these wonderful cooking vessels. To buy them is real "economy, for they never wear out. They are conductors of heat, so require less fuel, and they make your kitchen look clean and up-tih date, , Surprise your, wife with a shiny,, new piece that she has been wanting:. You will be surprised at her de light. If you are looking "for Dishes and Glassware- at Money-Saving Prices, see our line. We have everything your table needs. 'v ' v '' WE SELL GROCERIES FOR LESS Look at These Prices . There will be an ice cream and poke supper' and cake walk Saturday nifiht. Sept.' 25th, at Red. Hill church house. ' The proceeds to go to the church.' Everybody come and bring t A -m rt a rr?4l t ah w h: t ( " ' j.J Respectfully, a MRS.-LA WHENCE HOLLEY; 148-3t.'chg. SUGAR; per lb.-...20c LARD; per lb:..125c MEAL: per sack ,50c PBUCKLES Coffee40c WASHING POWDER; 6'pkjrs. for b.25c' FRYING CHICKENS HEINZ PORK AND BEANS; large size 20c FLOUR; per sack., $1.70 .ROLLED OATS; pkg. 15c CALUMET BAKING " ' POWDER; can -T30c SOAP; 6 for. .j.-.25c Cakes and Every Dainty . - for the Picnic.' OUR BUSINESS IS GROWING RAPIDLY. THERE MUST BE A REASON. PHQNE US A TRIAL ORDER TODAY AND FIND WHAT IT IS. BRO YLESv;&; J HOM PSON THE DEPOT STREET GROCERS FECIAL "PRICE ON Ladies Suits & Wool Dresses . ; , for - FRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPT. 24 & 25 YOU CAN HARDLY BELIEVE YOUR OWN EYES WHEN YOU SEE WHAT BIG REDUCTIONS WE ARE MAKING ON LADIES' SUITS ANDDRESSES. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF SUITS AND DRESSES. WE CAN FIT AND' PLEASE YOU, AND THE PRICES QUOTED BELOW ARE BIG SAVINGS TO THE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PURCHASERS. COME SELECT YOUR OUTFIT. Ladies' Fine Wool Suits $27.50 and $30.00 Suits; special $24.98 $36.50 and $39.50 Suits; special $33.98 $42.50 and $45.00 Suits; special $39.9E $47.50 and $52.50 Suits; special $43.98 $55.00 and $59.50 Suits; special $52.98 $65.00 and $69.50 Suits; special $59.98 $72.50 and $77.50 Suits; special $69.98 If you plan to buy a Suit this Fall, now is the time to ge in on these prices. ..''".''.-',' v P''f'i.C'i Special Prices on Skirts $ 9.50 SKIRTS; special at $ 8.75 $11.50 SKIRTS; special at-- $ 9.93 $15.00 SKIRTS; special at $13.98 $18.50 SKIRTS; special at $16.48 $20.00 SKIRTS; special at $18.48 $25.00 SKIRTS; special at $21.98 All the Pretty Sport Skirts are included in this sale. ( ; 7 vWool Dresses FOR MISSES AND LADIES BIG RE DUCTIONS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY -$16.00 $18.50 Dresses ; Spec. $14.98 S22.50 $26.50 Dresses; Spec $19.98 $27.50--$30.00 Dresses; Spec $23.98 $32.50 $35.00 Dresses; Spec $29.98 $39.50 Dresses; Special at $34.48 $45.C0 $48.50 Dresses; Spec $39.98 $55.00 Dresses; Special at.- -$49.98 $65.00 $37.50 Dreo3es ; , Spec $59.98 We assure you that our Dresses are the prettiest to be found in Greeneville. Have that new dress for Sunday. r Wool Middy Suits $15.00 SUITS; Sped! at $13.98 $18.50 SUITS; Special atlj $15.98 $22.50 SUITS; Special at -$19.98 S27.50 SUITS; Special at .$24.98 $35.00 SUITS; Special at $29.98 School Girls, this is your chance. GJR TABLES OUR LOADED WITH PRETTY HATS, PRICED AT FROM $3.50 TO $20.00. WE WILL HAVE SOME SPECIAL TABLES OF HATS FRIDAY AND SAT URDAY. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS BIG REDUCTION SALE OF LADIES' f READY-TO-WEAR ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. f 'rJ-:- By Selling: for Cash . We Sell . ior Less fiP ivs THE LADIES STYLE SI V Second Floor ; THE N E L T:Y ST 0 R E CARROLL BUSHONG, Manager . v - - - t - ... T- - - - By Selling ; for Cash 'AVe.SeU't fot Less . i U 'PS- f V i : ! V -1 '