The Grecneville Dally Sun, Friday, September 10, 1018.
Do Not Get Careless
With Your Blood Supply
Jmpurities Invite Disease.
You should pay particular heed to
any indication that your blood supply
ia becoming sluggish, or that there is
a lessening in its strong and vital
force. - j
By keeping your blood purified,
your system more easily wards off
disease that is ever present, waiting
to attack wherever there is an open
ing: A few bottles e! S. S. S., tha
great vegetable blood medicine, will
revitalize your blood and give you
new strength and a healthy, vigorous
vitality. Everyone needs it just now
to keep the system in perfect condi
tion. Go to your drug store and get
a bottle to-day, and if you need any
medical advice, you can obtain it
without cost by writing to Medical
Director, Swift Specific Co., 25 Swiff
Laboratory, Atlanta.. Ga,-
Associate Members of Legal Advisory
Board for Greene County.
' . . .
All registrants are notified that the following men have
been selected as Associate Members of the Legal Advisory
Board, and will render such assistance in filling out the Ques
tionnaires as registrants may require. This assistance will be
rendered without charge. All members of the Associate Legal
Advisory Board are authorized to administer oaths. So as
to cause registrants the least possible inconvenience, it is rec
ommended that they go to the member or members of the Asso
ciate Legal Advisory Board nearest to them. While members
of said board are appointed by Districts, any member of the
Legal Advisory Board may render assistance to any registrant
and administer oaths, whether such registrant lives in the same
District or not. Registrants must have all information and be
in position to answer questions promptly and not delay others.
J. A. SUSONG, Chairman,
i L. H. TRIM, Secretary,
T" GEORGE C. TAYLOR,
Legal Advisory Board.
FIRST DISTRICT N. P. Earnest, S.
II. Broyles, S. J. Bowman.
SECOND DISTRICT R. T. Wool
sey, P. C. Parman, Dr. R. II. Wool
Bey. THIRD DISTRICT Herman Mitch
ell, J. H. Rader, James Allen, Rev.
W. T. Pierman, D. L. Woods.
FOURTH DISTRICT C. L. Crosby,
A. J. Harmon, H, C. Maloney, D.
T. Jones, Chas. E. Kidwell, N. B.
Hawkins, Earnest McDonald, M. E.
Etter, Robert Baker.
FIFTH DISTRICT J. R. Boles, Tom
Shields, A. J. Irvin, T. M. Jarrell.
SIXTH DISTRICT J. S. Wisecarver,
James Myers, J. B. Huntsman, J.
SEVENTH DISTRICT II. J. Wise-
carver, G. M. Mitchell, John Shef
fey, W. D, Talley, S. E. Myers.
EIGHTH DISTRICT N. C. Myers,
J. M. Ilenard, R. W. Pennington.
NINTH DISTRICT G. E. Susong,
W. H. Greenway, John Russell, A.
TENTH DISTRICT Chas. H. Bew
ley, Herman Haynes, W. H. Piper,
James Armitage, S. A. Susong, J.
F. Swingle, S. B. LaRue, II. L. Mil
ligan, J. W. McDonnel, F. A. Ros-
, enblatt, C. W. Lowry, J. J. Mitch-
v ell, W. R. Bailey, G. W. White,
J. W. Mclnturff, 0. B. Lovette,
Jno. M. McKee, Geo. W. Doughty,
W. II. Doughty, N. T. Howard, A.
N. Shoun, Dana Harmon, T. D.
Brabson, W. H. Armitage, J. C.
Park, LeRoy Park, E. A. Lancas
ter, H. H. Gouchenour.
ELEVENTH , DISTRICT J. W.
Hedge, R. T. Kelly, Dr. J. J. Ran
kin, Dr. M. A. Blanton, J. H. Car
ter, J. R. Justice.
TWELFTH DISTRICT R. A. Brum
ley, Tom A. Lady, Chas. G. Hardin,
W. H. Gray.
THIRTEENTH DISTRICT J. R.
Todd, T. S. Rankin, W. T. Miller,
D. M. Alexander.
FOURTEENTH DISTRICT W. II.
Earnest, J. J. Frazier, Glen Gil
lespie, II. M. Smith.
FIFTEENTH DISTRICT J. II. Mau
pin, E. C. Prather, J. W. Good,
J. J. Marshall, E. C. Huffaker, G.
SIXTEENTH DISTRICT Dr. H. A.
.Simpson, J. A. White, 0. M. Hays,
E. J. Weems, L. P. Campbell, U. S.
Moore, E. II. Jones, R. D. Kilday.
SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT J. R.
Kilday, J. E. Baxter, J. R. Smith,
W. D. Bright, A. R. Brandon.
EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT M. F.
Humphreys, C. W. Legarde, J. W.
Browning, M. F. Gentry, J. S.
NINETEENTH DISTRICT U. M.
Clemmer, John K. Rush, L. M. Cob
ble, W. M. Knipp, Jno. D. Cloyd,
A. S. Kiker, Lee Harr.
TWENTIETH DISTRICT W. D. B.
Doty, S. Wr Doty, W. E. Bailey.
TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT Rev.
W. A. Brown, Jno. S. White, J. 0.
Young, Chas. F. Davis, W. B. Loyd.
TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT J.
C. Rowan, G. II. Shoun, II. A. Dob
son, G. S. Sentelle, Dr. Frank Brit
ton. TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT J. P.
Boles, J. B. Cloyd, Dr. M. G. Price,
Lee Allen, W. N. Craft.
TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT J.
B. Brooks, S. A. Bell, A. M. Bart
ley, J. A. Blaine.
TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT M. S.
Roberts, A. A. Roberts, M. M. Su
song, C. D. McNew, J. W. Rader,
A. T. Alexander.
TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT J. G.
WASHINGTON, Sept 20. Gen
eral Pershing has reported the fol
lowing casualties today: f
Killed in action, 39; missing in ac
tion, 51; wounded severely, 84; died
of wounds, 10; died from aeroplane
accident, 1; wounded, degree unde
termined, 3; died of disease, 3; died
from accidents and other causes, C.
Private Robert A. Nichols, Go'od
bury, Tenn., died from disease.
Hobert M. Leonard, Jonesboro,
Tenn., Route 4, dead from accident.
Lawrence L. Wynne, Anderson,
Tenn.; Clatie R. Cunningham, Wat
son, Tenn.; Ben B. Simpson, Lafay
ette, Tenn.; Elbert L. Tompkins,
Rugby, Tenn., missing in action.
German Subs May
WASHINGTON, Sept. 20. Wide
spread appearance of Spanish influ
enza along the Atlantic coast recalls
warning of navy officials through the
United Press some weeks ago that
German submarines may be respon
sible. Lieut.-Col. P. S. Doane, head of
the health section of the shipping
board, today reiterated the warning.
He declared, "it is quite possible the
epidemic was started by Huns sent
ashore by boche submarine command
ers. We know that men have been
sent ashore from German submarine
boats and it would be quite easy for
these agents to turn loose the germs
in theaters and other places where
large numbers of people are assem
bled." ' . '
When the original warning went
out, it followed the capture and re
tention by U-boat commanders of
crews and passengers from torpedoed
ships and their ultimate release again.
It was feared then that these prison
ers might have been inoculated with
the germs and then released to
spread them. Exceptional care was
taken to guard against this.
The fact that the disease has ap
peared particularly in cities where
there are army or navy training
camps, adds strength to the theory
that Germans may have disseminated
Keebler, J. R. White.
LOCAL BOARD FOR GREENE COUNTY.
A. J. Patterson, Chairman.
C. W. Allen, Secretary.
lb Perfect Baby
Of Tb Futera
iSmpk Method Tna.t Has Wonderfal
influence upon The Future Infant.
Before the arrival of baby ltnowrn? women
for over half a century hiivo used with
regularity the time-honored preparation,
Here is a most wonderful application for
the abdomen and breasts. It penetrates
the muscles, ligraments and tissues, render
ing them pliant to readily yield to nature'!
demand for expansion.
By Its use the anxious weeks f pregnancy
are wade comfortable. The usual wrench
' inf strain, bearing-down and stretching pains
are counteracted. The system is prepared
for the coming event, and its use brings
rest, repose and happy anticipation.
Bjr the regular use of Mother's Friend dur
ing the period the muscles expand easier when
, baby arrives, and naturally the pain and
danger at the crisis is less.
Mother's Friend Is prepared after the for
inula of a noted family doctor by the Brad
Seld Regulator Co., Lamar Bldg At
lanta, Ga. It is for external use only; is
absolutely and entirely safe and wonder
fully effective. Write them for their instruc
tive and interesting "Motherhood Book."
There is a wealth of instruction and com
fort to be derived in reading this little
book. It is plainly written Just what every
woman wants to know and will be a splen
did, little text book of guidance, not only
for yourself but will make you hi-lpful to
ethers, and in the meantime obtain a bottle
of Mother's Friend from the druggist, and
thus fortify yourself against pain an4 discomfort,
Preaching was well attended at
this place Sunday.
Rev. James Johnson will preac'i
at this place Sunday. Everybody in
vited to come.
Mr. James Anderson, who has been
gone for a while, returned home last
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Baskett were
the guests of F. A. Bales Sunday.
There will be singing Sunday aft
ernoon at this place. Everybody
Mr. Corbett Combs, who has been
in camp, is at home.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Testerman was
visiting Mrs. Ella Hendry Sunday.
Mr. Hobart Baskett was the guest
of Raymond Hyder Sunday.
May God bless and take care of the
LONDON, Sept. 19. The former
Russian dowager empress and three
princesses and two grand duchesses,
whose names are not reported, were
burned to death about a month after
the Russian emperor wa3 shot ac
cording to a story reaching I ndon.
The source of the story Is givji con
sideration in some quarters and a:
investigation has been started.
After the former emperor was shot
the women were taken to an isolated
village, according to the present re
port, and made prisoners in a resi
dence. They were there only a few
days when a crowd of bolsheviki at
tacked the house. The women bar
ricaded the doors and the house was
set on fire. All the persons in the
There have been various . reports
as to the fate of the former Russian
empress and her daughters. ,A Lon
don newspaper on September 12th
reported that she and her four
daughters had been murdered by the
bolsheviki. This report was denied
a few days later by the bolshevik
Bulgars In Flight;
Burning As They Go
(By Tha United Press.)
LONDON, Sept 19. The Bulga
rians are in flight in Macedonia and
are burning stores and villages, ac
cording to a Serbian official statement
The allied troops now have ad
vanced more than twelve miles and
their progress is so rapid that they
have not been able to count the pris
oners and war material taken.' New
regiments thrown in by the Bulga
rians have been forced to retreat with
Will Assign Soldiers
To Places They Fit
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19. To ob
tain men who have demonstrated
their ability in commercial life for
work in the army, the war depart
ment has appealed to manufacturers
and business men to submit names of
their employes, with such qualifica
tions who come in the early draft
classifications. The general staff
plans to place the men in positions
similar to those they held in civil life,
thereby increasing the efficiency of
the various branches of the war department.
Tni.-- "I , ,)
Mrs. F. M. Jonct, c!
Palmer, Okla., writes j
" From the time 1 en
tercd into womanhood
... 1 looked with dread
from one month to the
next. I suffered with my
back arid bearing-down
pain, until life to me was
a misery. I would think
1 could not endure the
pain any longer, and I
gradually got worse. . .
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day, ...
1 decided to
LJ LJ L.A L.
The Woman's Tonic
"1 took tour bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but can
truthfully say that I have
not a pain. . . .
" It has now been two
years since I took Card ui,
and I am still in good
health. , . I would ad
vise any woman or girl
to use Cardui who is a
sufferer from any female
If you sufferpain caused
from womanly trouble, or
if you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
to build up yourrun-uown
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car
dui. It helped her. We
believe it will help you.
Miller's Antiseptic Oil Known As
Accomplishing Most Wonderful
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. Mrs. 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 pain immediately."
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, COc and $1 a bottle, or
money refunded by Central Drag Co.,
-f . i j .j
hat The Packers
Do For You
Not very many years ago in tho
history of the world, tho man that lived
in America had to hunt for his food,
or go without
Now ho sits down at a tabl8 and
decides what he wants to eat; or his
wife calls up the market and has it sent
home for him. And what he gets is
Everyone of us has some part in
the vast human machine, called
society, that makes all this conven
The packer's part is to prepare
meat and get it to every part of the
country sweet and fresh to obtain it
from the stock raiser, to dress it, cool
it, ship it many miles in special refrig
gerator. cars, keep it cool at distrib
uting points, and get it into the
consumer's hands your hands
through retailers, all within about
For this service so perfect and
effective that you are scarcely aware
that anything is being done for you
you pay the packers an average profit
of only a fraction of a cent a pound
above actual cost on every pound of
meat you eat. r v
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
r '" 'A
Memories of the Crowded City.
"This ark Is terribly crowded with
all these animals aboard," remarked
Jnphet. 'Yes," replied Shem. "And
It's lonely at that. It makes me think
of one of those apnrtment houses
whore they let people have nil kinds of
pets and woi't admit children."
The Goat's Foot
Did you ever notice the nhnpe and
the build of a goat's foot? Its fllne-a
for rock climbing Is only oe slrrn t
p God's marvelous care In fitting; r
creatures for the kind of work tl.
Sher win Williams Paint
Southern State Cement
Gotton Seed Meal
Ivory Cement Fibre
Fertilizer All The Time
Grass Seed v
W all Paper
DOWN ON DEPOT ST.
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