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jew PROVOST CHIEF WAS MAYOR OF HOME TOWN JAPT. OOLE FAMILIARIZES HIMSELF WITH DUTIES minent in Medicine and Skilled la Work of Provost Guard From Much Experience. Capt. H. 8. Cole, M. c. the new lei of provost guards, waa found y at hi desk In the city hall ednesday morning delving Into the Intricate and Important duties which lis office imposes upon him and map ping out a plan of procedure wbleh assure the territory over which he has supervision the very beet protection ot aealth and welfare that he can furnish. I Capt. Cole has at his aaslatants In Vie city office Lieuts. Edward Davis ML C. and John P. Scales, two able assistants, while at Fort Oglethorpe, ver which Capt Cole also haa auper Vision, he li assisted by Capt. Mohan. Capt Cole waa appointed and nder the direct command of Col Blspham, M. C, of Camp Qreenleaf. The duties of provost chief over auch a vMa i.rrllnnr am haa hn lirnnl ko Capt Cole are Important ones, not flopping at the duties that come di y. ectly un "er the supervision of police powera, jut of every duty of the of flee pertaining to the health and wel fare of the boys In khaki. Capt Cole is every Inch a soldier and Ma service In the army of his country Is almost m long as tt haa been In the- practice of medicine, his Chosen profession. Some time ago, when Capt Eln waa placed In command of the provost guards, the appointment waa then made temporary until a suitable man oould be found from the ranks of the medical officers at Camp Qreenleaf The Important office was to be filled by an officer from Camp Greenleaf for the reason that physicians are greatly In the majority at Fort Oglethorpe After several weeks' consideration and Investigation, Capt. Cole waa selected by his superior officers as thoroughly fit and qualified, as well aa highly ca llable, of filling this office, and he was Immediately appointed, effective Wednesday. He and his charming Wife and little daughter are making their home In Chattanooga, now res id lag at 305 Vine street. Capt Cole's upervlslon extends over Chattanooga Ohlckamauga park and vicinity. Capt H. S. Cole graduated in medi cine in Chicago In 1902 and later served interne In a large hospital In that city. He was then appointed surgeon Of the Atlantic Copper company, one of the largest concerns of Its kind In the country. He served in this capacity for nine years, making an enviable reputation. Resigning from this po attion. he moved to White Lake, Mich., where he engaged In the practice of medicine. For four terms he served as mayor of this town and later moved Remember New Business Hours Beginning THURSDAY October 10 A A. M. TO 7 5-30 P. M. Except Saturday Evenings WZFischer ScBro. (b Diamond Merchants Silversmiths MOTORS BIG STOCK ON HAND LET YOUR WANT8 BE KNOWN Scott Bros. Electric Co. 116 W. 7th St. Phone Main 3854 to South Range, where he practiced medicine and where he served this town for four terms as Ita mayor. Capt Cole's first military experience came when he enlisted In the First Wisconsin volunteers during the Spanish-American war. Ha later enlisted and served In the Wisconsin National guard, and later commanded a company of Infantry In the Wisconsin National guard. When the present war broke out he organised a company of lnfan try and waa commissioned captain Later he resigned to accept a captaincy in tne ranks or nls chosen profession the medical corps. Me waa then or dered to Fort Riley, Kans. Later, at this camp, ne served aa commander of officers' student camp and as police omcer or m. o. t. C. In July. 1917, he was ordered to Camp Qreenleaf, where he waa placed In command of Second battalion of N. C. O. S. He retained this command until ordered to report for duty as chief of the provost guards ror this territory. capt Cole stated Wednesday morn Ing that he had not as yet mapped out any campaign, but would promise that he would give the office which he haa charge of his best efforts. He stated that of course he would have to first become familiar with conditions, but that he thought with the aid of his able assistants and some of his guards ne would be in a position to act. He said that everything In his power and In the power of his men would be done for the health and happiness of the men tn khaki. THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS: CHATTANOOOA, TENS',. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKB B, Igll SANITARY CAMPAIGN ON I revival discontinued TO STOP INFLUENZA POOLROOMS AND LIBRARY HAVE BEEN CLOSED. JUST FOURTEEN CENTS LEFT Commissioner Huffaker Reports Sur plus in His Budgets. The whole of the meeting of the city commission Tuesday afternoon was uc voted to the discussion of the epidemic of Influenza. It was the opinion of the body of commissioners that all meetings should be done away with and everything possible be done to combat the disease- Commissioner Huffaker made a re port of the finances for the year for his department and announced that after all hills for the educational de partment had been paid there waa the sum of two cents to be turned over to the city treasurer. He said that twelve cents was left from the health budget Commissioner Betterton read letters of appreciation from the Columbian Iron works for the valiant work done In the recent fire at that plant En closed with the letters waa a check for 1100, which is to be applied to tha recreation fund set aside for police men and firemen. CONFER ON WAGE SCALE Employes of Railway and Light Com pany to Meet With Vice-President Hoover. It was agreed upon Wednesday morning at a preliminary conference between F. W. Hoover, vice-president of the Chattanooga Railway and Light company, and a representative of the platform men, that a fuller conference would be held Wednesday afternoon and the question of the recent wage award gone into thoroughly. Mr. Hoover has made it plain that In the present matter of organization of the men and the request for higher wages the company would be gov erned strictly by the principles enun ciated by the war labor board, and It s expected that the men will also fol low these principles to the letter. The question of recognition of the union Is not at Issue now, said Mr. Hoover. According to the rules of the war labor bonrd, employers must recognize the principle of collective bargaining1. and deal with employes committees, but at the same time unions cannot insist upon recognition and make that an Issue for strikes. Mr. Hoover said that all of this was thoroughly under stood by both the company and the men and he anticipated a satisfactory con ference. Department Stores on Proba tion May Abandon Satur day Parade. KEEP CHILDREN AT HOME II. D. Huffaker, commissioner of education and health. Issued a statement this morning In which he Warned the parents of the school children to keep them oft the street or they would be taken Into custody. Mr. Huf faker stated that the purpose In closing the schools waa to keep the children from coming In contact with each other, and there was more danger of the disease spreading on the play ground than In the schoolroom. Campaign at Shlnn Memorial Clows Be cause of Influenza. In compliance with official health or ders, the two weeks' revival campaign which began last Sunday at Hhlnn Me morial Universalis! church, has been discontinued. INFLUENZA INTERRUPTS BIG BIBLE CONFERENCE NEARLY TWO MILLION IN FIRST DAY'S DRIVE MEETING SUNDAY TO BOOST LIBERTY LOAN. LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEES MEET TUESDAY AT NOON. Parse Committee in the Lead. Soldiers at Park Subscribe Very Liberally. 7tb and Chestnut Streets Every effort possible Is being made by the city health officials and officials of the United States public health service to check the progress of the epidemic of Influenza which has been sweeping the city for the past week, and Wednesday morning a concen trated campaign was made against all public places. Early this morning a squad of of ficers from the city health office made the rounds of all of the poolrooms and ordered them closed till the danger of the epidemic has passed. The public library has also been ordered closed. The officers this morning divided the city Into five divisions and an officer was assigned to each. The officers made an inspection tour of all depart ment stores, hotels, restaurants and other places where the public goes, and the management of each of these places was ordered to have all of the windows kept open during the day and to have the floors and cuspidors properly fumi gated twice a day. Anyone found vio lating this order will be ordered to close his store till after the epidemic Is over. Orders have been issued to all offi cers to have a strict enforcement of the ordinance prohibiting expectorat ing on the floors or walls of any pub lic building or place. Anyone found violating this ordinance will be prose cuted to the full extent. The campaign for sanitation is be ing waged under the direction of Lieut. C. O. Strusc, chief sanitary officer of the United States public health serv ice, and F. J. Hoage, city sanitary of ficer, and they have stated that the main efforts of their Inspectors will be centered on the present influenza-epidemic. As It Is, the only public gathering that will be permitted Is that In con nection with the fourth liberty loan campaign. The commissioner declared that they had not decided whether it would be necessary for them to call off the big demonstration scheduled for Saturday night in connection with the loan drive, as this is out-of-doors and Is considered less dangerous. It Is realized, however, that people will pack n street cars coming and returning from the parade and it will mean a general close contact so in the event the epidemic continues, this, too, may be abandoned. Division A 917 Division H 8(13 Division C 315 Division D 877 Division H 1.01(1 Division F 1,5U Division O 640 Division H 1,415 County Total $1,967,450 HREE WEEKS' QUARANTINE Present Outlook, According to Dr, Knight Wants Volunteers. Dr. C. P, Knight of the United States public health service, estimates that there arc fully 4.000 cases of in fluenza in Chattanooga. In addition to this, there are a number of cases reported in the surrounding zone. Dr. Knight says that it will be at least three weeks before conditions will be come normal so that the public instl tutlons can be opened again. The entire federal health service force has been turned over to the city and will be used to control the epl de.mic. In addition to this the author itles ask that anyone who has had previous experience in first aid work olunteer their services to the United States public health service headquur ters, in the city hall, to assist in the epidemic. They also desire the assist anco of two or three persons who can serve as clerks In the office In making out cards and filing them. This is also to be volunteer work. WHERE IS YOUR LIBERTY LOAN BUTTON U. S. SURGEON-GENERAL BLUE ISSUES APPEAL TO NURSES OF COUNTRY RAPID AND DANGEROUS SPREAD OF SPANISH IN FLUENZA MAKES THE DE- MAND FOR IMMEDIATE PRECAUTIONARY MEAS URES IMPERATIVE. Co-Operation of Physicians in the Entire Country Urged to the Furthest Extent. The Southern Division of the Amer ican Red Cross has Just been advised by Surgeon -General Blue of the vital urgency of taking immediate and dras tic steps to combat the ever Increasing spread of the Spanish influenza. Every preventive expedient Is urged to be put in immediate action and every precau tlon taken by everyone to prevent Its further spread. Surgeon-General Blue makes a most urgent appeal to the nurses of the country, nurses aids, undergraduate nurses, or anyone In fact, experienced In nursing, to put themselves at the Immediate disposal of the government and urges all phy sicians In general and specialists tn medicine in particular to release from attendance on chronic cases and all cases which are not critically 111, aJI nurses whose services can be utilized In the care of the Influenza cases. This Is, of course, asked only as a temporary expedient and all nurses or others vol unteering are requested to wire collect to their local Red Cross Chapter or the Red Cross headquarters In Washington, D. C, their names and addresses, quali fications and availability. The rapid spread of the present epidemic is Jeop ardizing the safety of the health of the entire country and it Is the duty of every patriotically Inclined person who can volunteer as a nurse In this crisis wire to this effect as directed. WILMS J. MIT.NEB. JR. Director Department of Publicity, (Adv.) American Red Cross. WENT OVER TOP WITH RAINBOW DIVISION Tom Marler Lost His Luck When He Was Transferred to Another Unit. From a hospital In France, Tom Mar ler writes a Chattanooga friend that he lost his luck when he was trans ferred from the famous Rainbow di vision. His letter says: "I went In the trenches with the Rainbow division, and we were among the first Americans to hold a sector against the Huns. With them I went over the top many times and against the boches With all our might with this division, and came out every time without a scratch. How I escaped when all around me was a writable hell Is a question that can never be answered. Then I was transferred to another division of as good fighting men as ever donned a uniform. Until this time I believed that the Rainbow division was 'it.' But now, I believe they are all 'it' when the supreme moment comes. As I went over into no man's land the fourteenth time Heinle liked to have got me. I am staying in this honpltal longer than I expected. The rascals gave mc some pas. They have no meters and don't care how much they use. Then about that time a shell exploded near me which lifted me into the air and let me drop very hard back to the earth. Then I was out of business, but the other boys went on, and at last ac counts were still going. And how I wish I could be with them! To be safn behind the lines Is entirely un satisfactory, when you know what your comrades are doing at the front. But give me a thousand deaths In the front lines rather than the coward's heart which would constrain me to stay at home. I am only a lad. I can give you no description of what takes place when two great armies collide. Words have never been made that will tell It. You asked me for It. but you will have to come over and see for your self, and then you can't tell It, either. The newspapers have men over here who have the whole vocabulary of the English language at their command, and they haven't commenced to tell It. And It never will be told and never will be known except In the hearts Of the men who are In It. But the Amer ican lads want no honors when they return. For every honor that Is show ered on us will cause us to realize the price our comrades have paid, who have gone to eternal sleep on the fields of France. We ask no honors. All we ask Is that you hold up your end of it. And the American back home who does not do It Is worse than any Hun In the kaiser's whole flock." Chatatnooga's total bond sales up to 6 o'clock Tuejday evening wns $1. !67,450 Including 128,200 from the county team which reported. This Is practically th'ty per cent, of the quota allotted to this county. While these figures represent the entire mini that wan reported at the dinner Tues day night It does not represent the entire amount that the salesmen had taken up to that time on account of rules having been Issued that who' the solicitors were working large cor porations and Industrial plants for them -to hold bsck their reports until they had completod canvassing tho building. Many of the solicitors had irone Into plants and canvassed Jus about half of the employes, however, and coul.t not make Uielr report until they had completed selling bonds to the other half. Such cases as these, Mr. Patten den'ared, were all showing up 100 per cent, as far as tho sales men had gone. A number of new solicitors were put on the Job Wednesday morning, and they we-e all Instructed when they left headquarters to make every effort to cover as n.uch of their territory i.s quickly as possible on account of the Influenza epldemlo that might In terfere with the progress of the cam paign at any time. The headquarters Is kept open on Broad street, and several different kinds of dlserfectant have been sprinkled on the floor and upon the Instructions of the health officials the doors are kept wide open as well as the windows In order to let plenty o .fresh air Into he rooms. Meet Thursday Noon. By Thursday at 12 o'clock when the members of the loan committee will meet again at the Hotel Patten to make their reports, Mr. Patten says that he it confident the reports at this t.'mo from the different liberty loan nlesmeii will make the firs treport made Tuesday night 111k like a dress rehearsal. Just before the dinner on Tuesday night Ex-Mayor T. C. Thompson pre rented a handsome liberty loan badge of red, white and blue satin ribbon, with the words "Chairman of women's liberty loan organization" printed on It, to Mri. Theo King, and D. L, Gray son presented George H, Patten a similar badge, as chairman of the mcn'r organization. Purse Committee Leeds. The division of which R. P. Purse Is captain, won the honor during tho evening for having reported the larg est number of subscriptions on a per centage basis of the allotment assf.-ned to anch division. His division was therefore given a big gold top, which has been placed on a pedestal. This top will cma'n at the table In front of the captain's place through the next meeting on Thursday, and will go to the team makli g the largest subscrip tion at this time. The team winning 'he highest honors at the end of the campaign will be presented with souve" nlrs from the loan committee for each member of that division. rhickamauga Strong. MaJ. S:aw reported that up to mid night Monday $87,400 In subscription had been taken In at Chlckamauga Park. Dr. Harold Major delivered an ad dress, and took for his subject tho "German Peace Proposal," which he discussed at length. He said that President Wilson hart dealt, with It In a remarkable way, and that he re minded him of the t-ew preacher who came to a church and after being there, pevcrnl weeks, two of the church mem bers were discussing how they liked him. "Well, I tell you, brother, ho Is a fine preacl er," snfd one. "Yes," said tho other, "You know that man asks the Lrn for more things than our old oreachcr ever knew the Lofa had." After dinner a liberty loan film was shown In which Mr and Mrs. Hldney Drew ph yed the lean. your ftotel NEW CHIEF GERMAN U-BOATS. Basel, Oct. 9. (Havas.) Capt. Lock- lein has been appointed chief of the sub marine department of the German navy, according to advices reaching here. He succeeds Vlce-Admlral von Mann, the new secretary of the navy. Decision Regarding Contin uance of Conference Will Be Announced Then. Becausu of the prevalence of In fluenza In Chattanooga and suburbs and the efforts that are being made lo keep the epidemic from spreading, the fifth annual Bible conference, which opened Sunday at the Baptist tabernacle, has been discontinued until text Sunday At 10 o'clock Sunday morning Dr. W. Leon 'Tucker, of New York City, 404.550 re of the conference speakers, will 167,050 conduct a study class on the oourt- 164.300 house lawn, and at II o clock on the 171,450 same day. Dr. r. W. Phllpott. of Ham- oo .lion, Ontailo, Canada, will deliver an 814,250 address at the same place. Then, at 111,100 Sunday af'ernoon, a big patriotic 200,350 meeting, In the Interest of liberty 26,200 bonds, will be held on the courthouse lawn, with On, Tucker and 1'bllpott as speakers. There is to be special music and other features. Dr. Phllpott wns unable to take part In tho conference last year because ho was drafted by the Canadian gov ernment to servo on a draft board. He later spoke In various parts of Canada In the .Merest of government bonds and other government work. Dr. Tucker has spoken In a number of cities of America In the Interest of the liberty 'oan. Following the meeting Sunday after noon the decision as to continuing the conference program, as originally out lined, will be reached. The expenses of thi conference, ac. cording to Dr. J. B. l'hllllps, pastor of the Baptist tabernacle, and a leader In the conference movement In Chat tanooga, will run around $4,000. The outlay, he said, Is already about half that amount. Including the large i mount for advertising which flooded the city. Dr. 1'hlll'ne feels that the matter of recompense for the confer ence workers, speakers and singers Is morally binding. BAN PLACED ON PUBLIC MEETINGS OF ALL KINDS Every Precauion Will Be Taken by Authorities to Stop Spread of Influenza. As a precautionary measure against the sprend of Spanish influenza, all schools, churches and public gather ings will be closed until after the epi demic has subsided. This course was decided upon Tues day afternoon at a conference of health and school officials of both the county and city governments, held at the courthouse, for the purpose of discuss ing wajfl and means of stamping out the epidemic. Dr. Jewett, of the United States pub lic health service, who Is making a spe cialty of the disease, disclosed the startling Information that there are at present 5,000 cases of influenza In the city. He said that there have been but 200 of these cases reported to the health office, and as a consequence the work of this department Is some what hindered. He urged that all cases bo reported In order that the public health service may properly catalogue them. MaJ. Williamson, sanitary officer at Fort Oglethdrpe, who Is directing the campaign against the disease at the post, mnde a short talk In Which he recommended that the children In the schools be taught to cover their faces when they sneeze or cough. He said thnt one of tho best preventatives of the disease, was plenty of fresh air. Dr. C. P. Knight, of the United States public health service, then made a short talk, In which he said that an absolute quarantine of all meetings should go Into effect immediately In order that the epldemlo might be abated. Dr. Knight's opinion was sus tained by Dr. Denklns, county physi cian, and Dr. J. W. MacQulllan. presi dent of the Chattanooga Medical asso ciation. Dr. J. B. Phillips, pastor of the Bap tist lanernnele, appeared before the conference and presented tho position that his church was in on account, of having arranged for a Bible confer ence to be held for the coming three weeks. However, he expresaed his wil lingness to abide by any decision which they might make. T)r. Major, of tho First Baptist church, said that nan. pie on earth should do everything pos sible for themselves and then should call on God to do what they couldn't, so hi- felt that he could well postpone his revival. Dr. W. F. Smith, pastor of the Stone church, said that, his mceiing might well ha put off, too. Bishop Frank If, Bristol, of the Hol ston conference of the Methodist Ktils copal church, said thnt thev would hn glad to postpone the Ifolston confer ence till the danger Is past. At the close of the meeting a sweep. Ing order affecting at public meetings was passed to go Into effect at o'clock Wednesday morning and to remain In force till the epidemic has passed. WOMEN RELEASED Two German Women Released but Offi cers implicated Held. By order of the Intelligence depart ment, Airs. Sophie Krumnuug and Kliza Dfltn FrOUSke. wives of two Herman pris oners at Fort Oglethorpe, huve been re eased from the county Jail. The women left Weduecdiiv nioiliinir In t,.v. r.... their home In North Chattanooga, until further developments come to light. The. third woman, who was left at the hoinu In charge of four children and was never arrested whs Mrs. Julia Winters. The women were held as the result of a visit recently paid their homo In North Chat tanooga by Llcuts. Johnson and Oaks, of the prison harracku guard. The offi cers. It is stated, are confined In the guardhouse at Port Oglethorpe facing a court-martial. It Is alleged that John son and Oaks, who are members of the prison guard, met the women wthen thev came to the camp to visit their interned husbands. An Invitation to the home seems to. have been followed by an ac cetpanco and a visit. The neighbors near the housi where the women werA Mvina- seeing the two American ofllceis visiting reached German women. heenmA uiiKnifinita u,,a telephoned the sheriffs office mid sov- I Vet, but there arc thousand of era I officers went to the scene, nrhara thAv . found the two lieutenants behind a closet I victims of skin diseases that noor. iney were taaen to the Jail, where the officers were turned over to the mili tary authorities and the women held In Jail until Wednesday, when word ciime The Tom Snow Healing & Riofing Co. SHEET METAL WORK Phone Main 1890 The Fourth Liberty Loan MUST HAVE YOUR CO-OPERATION Q When the Committee calls on you, greet them with n smile have your pen ready and sign up for every dollar's worth of the FOURTH LIBERTY BONDS that you eau buy. Q Try to make it easy for these patriotic citizens who are giving their time to this great eause. Will YOU do your part? First National Bank OF CHATTANOOGA "Fifty-Third Yar" "United States Depositary" THE EASTERN HOTEL, with all large and well lighted 'rooms, steam heat and eleva tor service, has the reputation of making you feel at home. The location, opposite Hotel Patten and Post Office, is the best in Chattanooga. All rooms have hot and cold running water, and many with private baths. Rates $1.00 per day and up. Special rates to families and couples at $8.75 and up by the week. Eastern Hotel C. D. GORDON. Proprietor Telephone Main 1944 ELECTRIC MOTORS ALL SIZES Largest Stock in City Immediate Delivery MILLS & LUPTON SUPPLY CO. The House of Super-Service Phones Main 115, 608, 1475, 6966 OH! FOR FROM HE NEW COR A PERFECT SUCCESS Calotabs, the newly perfected calo mel. Is absolutely purified .'rom all of the unpl asant, sickening and danger ous qualities of the old-stjle calomel. The new Calotabs ar rapidly taking the place of the old-style ca'omel tab lets, as they are mm n lore effective s a liver cleanser and system purifier. yet are entirely free from all objec tionable qual1" . The new Calotabs ure sold only In original, scaied packages; price, 85 cents. Your druggist recommends and iTsntios them. (Adv.) LOCAL BOYS IN IT Tennessee Regiments Feature in Cam-brai-8t. Quentin Plunge. Again have the. boys of Tennessee gone Into battle and made a decided Impression on the ranks of the Hun army, for no Tenncsseans have yet been known to come out second best In a struggle. Tho Tennessee boys are In the "Old Hickory," or the Thirtieth division, and they were in the thick of mo i amurai-st. yuenttn liattle on Tuesday Composing the Thirtieth division are boys from all parts of the state, uulte a number of them coming from Chat tanooga. They were trained last win ter and spring at Camp Sevier and went across In May of this year. The following are the regiments that compose -he division: 114th field artil lery, 114th machine gun battalion, 116th field artillery, and the 117th in fantry. The 114th field artillery was formerly tho First Tennessee field ar tillery and the 116th field artillery and tho 117th Infantry were formerly the First and Third Tennessee infantries, respectively. These units embrace old Troop B and Company K, of Tennes see National guard. GLORIOUS RESPONSE Oen. Benjamin O. McKenzle. of Day ton, passed throuch the rltv i.i,.i his way home from a speaking tour In from the Intelligence department to re nin interest or ine lourin liberty loan 'ease mem. drive. "Great God, how glorious It Is to uthW'ptt M RED CROSS NEEDS HELPERS democracy" nM the nr.r.l Oen. McKensle said that among other Women Not Responding to Complete 1 other forms of torment that at places he spoke was at Sequatchie, and Ems' gency Order. . , In ten minutes the audience had raised Less than twenty women were at the delicate tissues of the n iia everywhere me people work at the Red Cross headquarters Kentl.tr.?e5 hi;7wnodl-,h?;. & JVedneaOay morning The local chap- llhenrty ha.verTeard f h" " "J'"? were delivered In Dayton last Sunday by lnr'fe number of face masks for con- Kugeno Williams and T. W. Htanrleld, of nTloua diseases to be gotten out Just this city. Both spenkers were greeted quickly as possible But the work warmly and anolailrled bv larore fltirilerirPN ril (r nnt rennrnd tn the nnrnfit nnH who atferward subscribed a large sum In , repeated calls for he p and the few RELIEF FLAMING SKIN DISEASES Terrifying Itching Causes Continuous Torture. Do you sometimes feel like you will scream if you do not get relief from the tormenting and terrifying itching and irritating burning that mnkes you feel like your very skin Is ablaze? Possibly your disorder has not the torturing stage as know too well the well ni)h un endurable pain that comes from eruptions, irritations, pimples, boils, ulcers, eczema, psoryasis, carbuncles and the numerous tikin. The only proper method of treatment for any disease, is a remedy that will reach its later fill speaking dates throughout East Tennessee. PRECAUTIONS ON MOUNTAIN untmin flint -1 ! 1 1 1 uSfanTSlwf?. 5!52 .lllu .'; ,,w" e orde. These masks are little -ue, and not s.mply palliate its trouble to make, and very little time symptoms. Every form of skin is required for Instruction. If thai ' ' ' women would respond In sufficient 1 ailment comes from a colony of number the nnmher i.i mnalfa SteelfliMfll ' .... .... - Although there are but few esses of NwuiM ha n i.,i In ., n,ninnr.iu.i millions upon millions of till V dis- Influensa on I MkMt mountain, the town .hnrt tlm... Hnlrtlnrn In other rmn I . :... l .1.. ui...i .... " - w- . I IIIH. I.! 1 111,-1 UIUI llll M L 1 1 1" II1IHM1. are facing Just ns bad conditions as those at Fort Oglethorpe, and this I Naturally, then, these germs must be eradicated from the blood be fore n cure can hn emnctft, council, acting In conjunction with city And county officials, believes In safe guarding. For that reason, services of the Lookut Mountnln Preshyterlsn church will be discontinued for the pres- emergency call comes from the south ern dlvl.iltn of Bed Cross at Atlanta, Co. You know well enough that you cannot reach the blood by apply ing lotions, ointment, salves, washes and other local applica tions to the surface of the skin. So when you use such treatment for your tormenting skin diseases, the most you can expect is a tem porary discontinuance of the pain, which promptly returns, and keeps you constantly applying the local remedies, making no prog ress whatever toward permanent ly ridding yourself of the disease. Why longer continue such makeshift treatment? Go to your drug store today and get a bottle of S. S. S., the reliable blood purifier, and begin a treatment that will prove satisfactory, as it has to thousands of others who were afflicted just as you have been. S. S. S. has been used for more than fifty years, so that you are not experimenting when you take it. It will promptly cleanse the blood of every impurity, and rout out entirely every trace of disease germs. Don't continue to suffer, but begin taking S. S. S. today, and write our head physician, who will give your full instructions about your own case. Address Medical Director, 404 Swift T.-Uorntnrv, Atlnntn. Gn.