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Greeneville Daily Sun, Tuesday Afternoon,, August 13, 1918. Feared Another ; Attack Would Be The Last, She Says COULDN'T WALK ACROSS ROOM HER RECOVERY ASTONISHES FRIENDS ; BELIEVE TANLAC SAVED HER LIFE. Ugly, Unsightly Pimple Are Signals of Bad Blood Give Heed to the Warning;. TimpJes on tha face and other Sarts of the body are warnings from fature that your blood is sluggish and impoverished. Sometimes they foretell eczema, boils, blisters, scaly eruptions and other skin disorders that burn like flames of fire. They mean that your blood needs S. S. S. to purify it and cleanse it of these impure accumulations that can cause unlimited trouble. This remedy fa the greatest vegetable blood puri fier known, and contains no minerals or chemicals to injure the most deli cate skin. Go to your drugstore, and get a bottle of S. S. S. today, and get rid of those unsightly and disfiguring pimples, and other skin irritations. And it will cleanse your blood thor oughly. If you wish special medical advice, you can obtain it without charge by writing to Medical Direc tor, 29 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Georgia, "My friends are so astonished at my improvement that they are Baying J to me every day, 'Well, what are you doing for yourself, you are looking better than I ever saw you' and I just tell Ijhem fam taking Tanlac and I'm glad to tell them, too, for I believe that medicine has saved my life." Tljre above remarkable statement was made a few days ago by Mrs. E. L. Perry, residing at 1301 Eighth avenue, South, Nashville, Tenn. "One attack of nervous indigestion and chills after another, each one worse than . the one before, had brought me to the place where I was afraid another would be my last," she continued. "I had suffered for over a year with these troubles. I couldn't eat anything but malted milk and even a drink of water hurt me. , I just couldn't sleep at night, for I would have smothering spells that would almost stop my breath. My limbs would get numb and I would chill all over and then have a night sweat that would leave me so weak that I couldn't walk across tjhe room. On the 13th of September, I had to take to my bed and for three long months I thought I wuold never get up. "Then a friend of mine told me how Tanlac had helped her and I started taking it. I began to eat a little at first and before long I was, eating just anything I wanted and enjoying it. My strength came back to me and I have been gaining ever since. I can go anywhere I want to, do all my own housework, sleep at night like I had never been sick in my life and get up feeling fine. My troubles are gone and I can certainly "say that Tanlac is a wonderful medicine, to do what it has for me." Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is sold in Greeneville by the Central Drug Co. Distributed by Kuhlman & Chambliss Co., Knoxville, Tenn. There is a Tanlac agent in every town in Tennessee. (Advt.) MYERS Rev. W. E. McGregor, Frof. Joe Hale and Mr. James Austen and son, of Bulls Gap, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Rutledge a day or two fast week. Rev. R. R. Sowers, of the Lutheran church at Mosheim, will preach here in the Unionchurch the first Sunday night in September. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hartman and son, W. W., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bible and guest, Miss Mary F. Eary, Mrs. R. W. Penington, Miss Cora Cooter, W. P. Bible and family, your scribe and wife enjoyed a fine treat of wa termelons at the hospitable home of J. E. Bible Sunday afternoon. Esq. J. P. Hartman and family were guests of W. F. Bble and family Sunday. J. M. Hull and family, of Lone Pine, and Mr. and Mrs. Noah C. Bible spent the day Sunday at. the home of Noah II. Bible. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Walker are at Big Laurel and Marshalville, N. C., spending their vacation. Mrs. P. D. Bible spent one day last week here, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bible ' Mr; Lola Henard left Several days ago for Knoxville, where he will en ter business college. Miss Bonnie Bible spent Sunday and Sunday night the guest of Miss Nora Smelser. Several of our people are attending the tent meeting at Greeneville. Large crowds are in attendance and the very best gospel is being preached and a happy people andmuch good being done. For Sale! USED CARS AT BARGAINS. They have to go. I am at the store of J. H. Parman, two miles South of Bird's Bridge. Come and let me talk it over with you. One 7-passenger Studebaker. One 2-passenger Overland. One 6-passenger Maxwell. One 5-passenger 1916 Ford. One 5-passenger 1914 Ford. One 2-passenger 1917 Ford. Come at once and get first chance at these cars ready for show. CLOYD F. PARMAN. CiOssfq Friend i . fa Eviiy Hiino Cwafart an! Safety Asian! Boforo !! Arrival of tha Stork. J AMI 1 I 1 11-1 V I. 11 1 'f n i run i n la thousand Of American homes there is a bottle of the spiennm ana ume-nonorea remedy. Mother' Friend, thet ha aided many a woman throurh tha trying ordeal, saved her from sufferins: and pain, kept her in hea!t! of mind and bodr In advance of comlnf, and had a most wonderful Influence la derelnptiif a healthy, lovely d.s- nntilinn In tha child. Mather! Friend relieves the Data and dis comfort caused tr the strain on the Hv inents, maices puama woso uucrs nu imw.n which nature Is expanding, end soothes the A KMirf AmnAm mnA either 1'tii ituiuinui n vi - Bt w soreness. The tendency to nervousness and to morning sickness or nausea is counter acted. By regular- tise 8ur!nf the period the muse-lea expand with ease when baby is born, tewtfoa is reduced and the pain and danger at the crisis is naturally less. Mother" Friend is Btt external remedy, It sot only allays distress In advance but tsuies a speedy recovery tot the mother. . Tb! splendid preparation may be had at rvery drug store, and Is one of the greatest blewinn ever discovered for expectant moth ers. Write to the BradSeld Regulator Co, Lamar Bid- Atlanta, Ga- for their Motherhood Book." so valuable to expectant :...!- .m4 in i,A m.anHmA An nnt fnll to get a bottle of f other's Friend at the drnc store and thus fortify yourself against Miller's Antiseptic Oil Known As Accomplishing Most Wonderful Results. I want to thank you for your won derful oil, states Mr. J. C. Gibson, of Jonesboro, Ark. My little girl was very low with diphtheria; I had given her two doses of medicine which cost me $10, with no results. I bought a 30-cent bottle of your oil and one application relieved her. Now she is well. It is the greatest remedy I ever saw. Mr. Gibson made this statement "before hundreds of people, "tlrs. Florence Meager, 234 Whitney street, Hartford, Conn., writes: "I have used your Anti septic Oil for neuralgia with good effects. Only thing I have ever tried that stopped the painimmediately." Mrs Williams, Gadsden, Aa., writes: "I have used your great pailn oil for rheumatism, stiff joints, also for sore throat, and I want to say that it is the greatest remedy I ever tried. I recommend "it to all sufferers." Many cures reported daily from thousands of grateful users of this wonderful oil. Every bottle guaran teed. 30c, 60c and $1 a bottle, or money refunded by Central Drug Co., Greeneville, Tenn. 'midway As I have failed to write for the past two weeks, will try to give a few items. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cobble and son, Ralph, spent one night last week with Mrs. Bright Mattern. Mr. Corbin Cobble and sister, Miss Cora, and Miss Alpha, Pack, Mr. T. E. Pack, Mr. and Mrs. James Kes terson attended the association at Jearoldstown last week. All report a nice time. Two small children of Mrs. Henry Ragan remain in a very bad condi- V tion. v Mr. N. A. Cobble and son, Corbin, of the U. S. shipyard of Newport News, Va., where he goes to work in the shipbuilding work. Mr. M. C. Cobble ' returned to Mooresburg Springs this morning, where he goes for his health. News is real scare at present. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jones and chil dren visited their daughter, Mrs. Joe Massie, Sunday. POLLY ANN. . FLAG BRANCH it it. Ik- ili it The health of tjhis community isn't improving very fast. Miss Ruth Wilhoit spent Tuesday evening with Miss Carrie Gibbs and helped her can tomatoes. Miss Zona Stills is spending a few days with Zeppie Burkey. Misses Ranella and Myrtle Darnell and Misses Fannie and Ruth Wilhoit spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis. All reported, a nice time. Mr. J. H. Parman and Audra and Cloyd and Willie' Kate anl Cora and Harrison went down to Knoxville to see Mr. Parman's 'feon, Byrd. ' -Misses Myrtle Fillers, Willie Kate and Mary Blue Parman Spent Friday afternoon with Misses Stella and Ruth Wilhoit. They all canned to matoes and had a nice time. Mr) Isaiah Wilhoit is not improv ing very fast. ' Miss Mabel Moore went with Miss Carrie Gibbs Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. H. Parman and grand daughter, Mary Blue, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Trenham. School began at this place today (Monday). Mrs. Gertrude Waldon spent Sun day evening with E. J. Wilhoit and family. Mr. Bulger Fillers and Miss Maggie Hixon were out car riding Sunday evening. Mrs. P. C. Parman and son, Willie, spent Sunday with Mrs. Dan Ricker near the Cove. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Parman and children, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Par- man, daughter, Mary Blue, spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. H Parman. The dance at C. F. Parman's Fri day night was well attended. All re ported a nice time. CHILES GIRLS. On To BeriinP Is the Cry of Our Brave American Soldiers Men and Women of Greeneville, back up our soldiers by Renewing Red Cross Membership this Week Berlin is their goal 1,000 renewal members is ours for this week. Don't wait to be asked W.R.LOWRY, W.H.KISER, E P. PIERCE 6 We Will Sell the A. J. Crosby Farm, One Mile From Mohawk, Tenn., To The Highest Bidder UBLIC AUC. TION ON THE FARM, ON AUGUST 151 H It has been Sub-Divided into several tracts, so you will have a chance to buy .one or as many tracts as you like at your own price. Sale Begins Promptly At 10 OTloek and Will Be All Sold and All Oyer By Eleven-Thirty DAYLIGHT FIREWORKS ON THE GROUND-BRASS BAND CONCERT, AND A NUMBER OF FREE PRIZES GIVEN AWAY Special Invitation to the Ladies and Children 'if 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i , SOLD BY The Volunteer State Realty & Auction Co. A. W. BETHEL, Auctioneer " RIPLEY'S BRIDGE. Here I come again with a little bunch of news. r Mr. Earl Heneley attended the pic nic at Oakland Saturday. ,. Mr. R. D. Reeser lias purchased a new car. Mr. L. A. Jordan and Earl Jordan made a trip to Rheatown Sunday aft ernoon. Among those who attended preach ing at Stonedam Sunday were Mrs. Dillie Jordan, Leona Jordan and Roy Jordan. May God bless our dear soldier boys and watch over them and brin them home again. jackT SAVE THE 'FOR P' I IPIP IP Ft) IP M P P r r v I P ( r w. The new Revenue Bill now being drafted, contem plates placing a tax on the retail prices of Jewelry and other luxuries of 10 Per Cent. This means that we will, after this bill becomes a law, have to add one-tenth of our price to all articles of Jewelry that we sell, Why not anticipate your Anniversary and Christmas buying by making your purchases now, and save this ten per cent for War Savings Stamps. . A word to the wise is sufficient. Lancaster (Company THE HALLMARK JEWELERS Greeneville, Tenn.