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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FKIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1917.
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THE WORST E5E11T
OFtHlLDHOOD
The Common Cold !S the
Most Widespread Disease,
of Children
IT SHOULD BE FEARED
,..M Because of 'Itself, But
the Things That Follow
It.
Tlie commoa "oold" ia the most
widespread disease of childhood. It
is to be feared not on account of
itself, hut on account of the things
that follow it. Nearly all of the dis
eases of childhood begin with a cold.
That is to say. the cold weakens
vitality of the child and makes it
more susceptible to the attacks of
genus. The cold should be stopped
at once, and the best thing to us0 is
Lung-Vita. A few does of this medi
cine will break up the most severe
cold. Mr. J. S. Culley, who works
for the Methodist Publishing House,
on Broadway, has the following to
say alxut the medicine: "My son-in-law
suffered with a cough for three
or four mouths and could get noth
ing that helped him until he used
Lung-Vita. That cured him, and
for colds and la grippe I can recom
mend it as a medicine without an
i-nuui. au no nave me grippe or
All who have
Jtl should yet a I ottle of Lung-1 W inston, Supt. Dry Cleaning De
Vita." ! nartnient: Willfcim Hi..vm,i "totlnr
I lia. i-artnient: Willhim Hi..vm,i totlnr
' Luiu-Vita is sold by all druggist. ! Mr. John Tolivei
I . nti (teaiers, laavj ville was visiting in Gallatin 'ast
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BY USING
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This wonderful hair grower cleans the sea In of all
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Orowsit nice audi ong in very short time. Then it
is easy to comb and fix in ili'lercntstvles. Guaran
teed lo do as we say or money refunded. At your
druggist oi mailed direct on receipt of 25 cents.
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-300-303 BROADWAY
OCT OF
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GALLATIN.
Misses Eva and Katie May berry
were in Nashville this week as
guests of thoir aunt, Miss Laura
Coleman. MIbb Jess Hudson of
Siottsville, Ky., was a pleasant visit
or of Mr. and Mrs. Priss Baker of
Blythe street this week. Mr. Whit
ney Adams was the puest of Miss.
Carrie Mayberry last week. He im
turned to Franklin, Ky., his home, ii
fe dys ago. Mrs. Alberta Marshall
of Indianapolis, lnd is visiting Mr
parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Wallace of Trig3- street. Miss
Lillie Statin of Hendersonville Was
the pleasant visitor of Miss George
Anthony of East Bledsoe street last
Sunday. Mr. William Rlckman and
.miss wme .MayDerry visirea ils9
Sallle Jennings of Hendersonville
hist Thursday. Mes.-rs. Roy and
lieynolds Winston of Greater Nash
ville visited their mother and father
Mr. and Mrs. Westley Winston of
West Bldooe street on last Sabbath.
"Jennie," the faithful old nog of
of Rev. Peter Vertrees died ;' a few
days ago much to the regret of the
good parson. Mr. Edward V.
Anthony wag in Louisville, Ky., and
Nashville on business dunne tho
holidays. Christmas trees and so
cials have held sway during the holi
days, which afforded much enjoy
ment both for old and yofung. Mrs.
Edwards of Louisville, Ky., is the
pleasant finest of Mr. and .Mrs; James
I Karris on Blythe street. Mr. and
.Vrs. Edward Robinson nf Nashville
wTe visitors t" Galli'tin last week,
Miests of their sister. Mrsj. ;e. Dang.
hi', Tri-g street. The Oiitzms l'res-
tinder
man-1
sti-'einent of Mr. Edwarj v. Anthony
avo issued a boautifu' Calendar for
the Now Year, 1!H7, hearing the
lil;en:'.-s of t no followiiw- Kdwtird V.
Anthony. General Maiiwor- li.irt T.
of Greater Nash-i
Chftttiimmi'a. Tenn.
Kinft Specialty Co. Deor Gompuny: Your
rsji lair uocs jr.si like nu say and 1 can
iruthluUv sy it the best air gro-ver and
loinc in tUc wo- id. .Ma.Sorct Meycrsr
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iiwanrerargrwrrrwiB
PHONE MAIN 101
NASHVU-LE. TENJV
TOWN
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Sunday. A merry Christmas was!
hud in Ga'ilatln. It began with
sfcrvices at all the churches. A
thistmas troe on Monday night at
l;ev. P. Vertrees' church and on
'Tuscday night at Rev. II. P. Gor
'uon's church, no one present seemed
to go home without a bundle. The
tree. were valued at near $200.00
each. Emancipation Proclamation Ce
lebration will be held tonight at Key
Chapel M. E. Church, conducted by
Dr. I. C. Ramsey and our Supt, E.
J. Guthrie held his quarterly Sunday
at Key Chapel M. E. Church. We
had a splendid meeting. All reports
were good. Supt. Guthrie thinks the
Bishop made no error when he sent
Rev. H. P. Gordon back to Key
Chapel. Miss Willie Clendening of
Nashvillee was here during "the
holidays. Supt Ed Boddie was able
to bo at his post of duty Sunday
after five weeks illness. Mr.. Lizzie
McMurry, after a long illness depart
ed this life Saturday. Interment
at Gallatin Cemetery. Undertaker C.
L. Crowder had charge. The city
school has opened up and many ot
the rural schools.
SHELBYYILLE.
Turner College Notes.
After a holiday vacation of three
days Turner opened for the winter
term, December 2Sth. with a splen
did enrollment, ah ho a number of
the home-goers had not returned
1'ioui their trips home. About two
thirds of the boarders remained ou
the grounds. l!ut they had a merry
C'hri.-tmas.
A "Christina Cradle'' was the
feature of the campus students, i
The chapel was tastefully decorat
ed with cvergrceus and college col
ors of orange and puijde. A lar.se
cradle, beautifully decorated with
ioile:-;e colors and the national cni
biem, was suspended between two
columns in the chapel, surrounded
by a mound Vf other decoration, wa-
tiled with presents, while the two
cedar trees on the platform, were
heavily laden with special gifts
from the laculty, to all the students.!
A sUort social was held after the
ili.-tributioa of the presents, und a
liiiiiihcr of tlie studeuis, chaperoned
by tlio teachers, pttended an exorcise
; in the city.
, The 'foiks at home'' remembered
! -til tUa uimffint hv pniliiiir tlmm
l'0es filled with good things. Mrs.
Turoin, Mis. Watson and Miss
Commons sptnt tho holidays with
people at home. Mr... Watson has
been detained at home for a few days
on account of the illness of her
parents. Mis Ethel Turpln. of
Nashville, gave Iter mother a pleas
r.nt surprise hist Friday night, by
dipping in on her. ,he was one of
our most pleasant visitors for the
eeason.
Several new students have al
ready arrived for entrance upon
the winter term; among the number
i3 Annie Lou Knott, of Petersburg,
who will board in tlie building this
season. Mr. William Stovall of Uixon
Springs, is also among the new
comers. He has a sister already in
1 school, this being her second year.
The cantata, 'Jopthnh s Daughter'
was postponed on account of had
weather; but will take place at an
earlv date this month.
! Work on ti e iintiuUhed.part of the
basement of the Girls' dormitory has
rrone forward during the holiday sea
fop., and at this time there has been
wrought a considerable change in the
1 appearance ot things. In a very few
! 'vecki a complete transformation will
' have taken place.
: Miss Sallie Commons has been on
! ti e sick list ever since her return;
! but she U e:mva!e3, eat, and is at
i her post.
The annua', observance of the
j rniancipation Pay wai held in the
: eolleire I'lripr-l Mond.iv night, a
1 which time a special program was
I rendered, and the students given a
I New Year's social.
PULASKI.
The people of this town have been
well entertained for the Christma-s
holidays. The parents of Walter
McLawnle and T. P. Turner, Jr., ol
Union University, Richmond, Va.,
were delighted to have them here
; to spend the holidays, also Misg Ma
nila A Turner, of Fisk University,
was here. All returned to their
schools lo pursue their studies.
Miss Inez Upshaw, who came up
from Birmingham. Ala., to visit he"
! sick sister, is yet at her home,
though will return to Birmingham
soon. Mrs. M. L. Cordon of Bir
mingham was here last week. Prof.
N. C. and Master O. B. Davis, ot
Nashville, spent a day or so here
this week. Proy. Jeffrey, principal
of the city school al Brownsville,
wa-i here during a part of the holi
days, also Dr. Payne of Nashvil.e
wa3 here. Miss Lillie Scales, form
erly of Birmingham. Ala., has re
turned and will make her home with
her mother, Mrs. Sandy Thomas, ou
.Mill Lane. The Pulaski High School
opened its doois on Monday and
several new faces were seen for the
first time and many wore non-resident
pupils who reside in different
I arts of the county. Monday was a
gala day. The Kmaneipatlon Com
mittee had arranged a programme
for a great time and had invited Dr.
W. S. Ellington, the great pulpit
orator of Nashville, to speak. Dr.
Ellington was at his best and deliv
ered a great oraf.on to a packed
house. In fart both the gallery and
I the main auditorium of the beautiful
ecurt room of Giles County Court
House was tilled to its capacity. The
president, Prof. J. T. Brldgewater, of
the Emancipation Committee, made
a few appropriate remarks and
named Prof. B. H. Morrell to intro
duce the speaker, since he had
known him for years, besides being
a schoolmate, which, he did in a few
well-chosen words. All the schools
of Giles County were given a holi
day lo honor this occasion. Tlie
committee met Dr. Ellington at the
eiation headed by a brass band and
marched through the thoroughfares
of the town followed by people in
vehicles, in autos and on horseback.
So well pleased were the peple that
they readily .-responded In a public
collection and raised the entire ex
pense of the occasion in a (short
wBiile. At night Dr. Ellington
preached to a crowded house at the
A. M. B. Churoh. Vlie Christmas
tree at the Beulah Baptist Church
was quite a success. The program
which, was conducted by Miss J. B.
NOTE,
Braiulette, organist and secretary ot
the Sunday school,, was said to be
the best in the history of the Sunday
school. The house was packed. Dr.
Payne, of the Meharry College, was
the principal speaker. Littlg Louret
ta Keith received the prize in the con
test for new members, Mr. Spencer
Suygs. who has been working In
Memphis for several years, died
there on the 29th of December. His
remains were brought ' home and
buried Monday. Prof. Calvin Mc
Kissack of the State Normal School
passed through hore en route to Bir
mingham, Ala., and other poinU in
Alabama. On last Sunday, December
olst, Mr. Thomas P. Turner,' Jr., was
highly entertained at a 2 o'clock
dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Don Cartv- Misses Krysteene Q.,
Kathleene T., Bessie Mae Carter and
Minnie Lee UpshaW spent a couple
of days last week in Aspen Hill,
Tenn., with Mrs. Margaret E. Na
son. They reported a delightful
time. Little James E. Roosevelt Car
ter spent several days In Athens,
Ala., with friends.
FAYETTEVILLE.
Mr. Jodie Buchanan was married
to Miss Fannie Lou Stone, the
pranddaughter of Mrs. Minerva Bra
uy. The bride wore a pretty gown
of deep blue. They married at the
parsonaso of the A. M. E. Church,
Kev. J. M. Brown officiating. Miss
Lernice Anderson spent a few days
in Winchester this week visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Annie Wright Bucknor.
Messrs. Herman Earner, Dennis
hcott, ii. urown aim Gordon bum
,m wcnt to Tullahoma this week to
witness the marriage of Mr. Rob
llohcrson. Mr. Roy Wright has goiia
to Pittsburgh, Pa., to stay. We wish
fur him -success. Mrs. J. M. Brown
made a Hying trip to Mt. Pleasant
Friday. She returned Monday and
reports a pleasant stay. Mr. N. M.
Khanie was called to Gadsden, Ala.,
Friday. Mr. Krnest Hamilton and
lfe are visiting relatives and
friends here. Miss Orlean Scott ot
rmai. Ala., was the guest of Mrs.
Pauline Scott on W. Maple street.
Mr. Wash Bright is up after a seri
ous spell of lagrippe. There will be
an Emancipation celebration at the
A. M. E. Church Monwy night.
There will be some good speakers on
hand. Fayetteville people are get
ting busy. Mr. Win. Hider has
bought the home formerly owned by
Mr. Joe Bryson. Mr. Bryson pur
chased another just a few feet fur
ther south and built another house
on the lot. The city is crowded to
day, as it Is New Year's, the first
day in the year 1917.
BROWNSVILLE.
One of the most beautiful of the
many socials of the season was the
brilliant banquet tendered by the
Blue Ribbon Club on last Friday
evening in the home of Dr. and Mrs.
C. JL Gloster. The rooms thrown
open for the occasion were attrac
tively decorated and the scarlet
Christmas bells carried out beautl
lully the holiday color scheme. At
a late hour the guests were invited
into the dining-room, where silver
and cut glass seemed to vie with
each other in their beautiful display.
A delicious supper menu wag served
eonsoting of wines, oyster soup,
trackers, chicken, cranberries, cele
ry, pickles, olives, p.rti poris peas,
(reamed potatoes, bread coffee, fruif,
5alad, cream and cake. A most ar
i letie tropical effect prevailed in
the dining-room, where the ceiling
was garlanded with blue ribbon,
studded with blue bows and the win
dow draperies were decorated with
holly. The keynote ot the ;color
uhemo in the dining-room was blue,
the club color. In the center of
eudi table was a ma&.ive fern the,
able center pieces were white linen
on which blue buttiTtles were hand -
rmelv embroidered. Mr. Will
Leigh, the tiiaslmaster for the occa
sion, was master of the situation.
Kxcclieat toasts were given by Dr.
;.. B. McUn en behalf of the phar
macist; Mrs. C. A. Ward, on behait
of tlie visitors; Mrs. Callie Mae Mar
tison, on behalf of the married la
die; Mr. J. II. Coleman, on behalf
(f the business men of the city.
Carii playing and music were the
main features of amusement. The
out-of-town guests were Mrs. C. A.
Ward of Boston, Mis. Callie Mao
llattison of Checoshia, Okla., Miss
Lill an Kelly of Huntsville, Ala., and
Mr. Lcroy Thompson of Chicago,
iibtiiit thirty-eight had the pleasure
ot enjoying Ihe hospitality of the
Blue Ribbon Club. Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Ptrter charmingly entertained,
on iasl; Tuesday evening in honor
of Miss Estizcr Wataon of Nashville.
Tlie hostess with her usual graceful
manner gave her gu"sts a cordial
welcome. Whl-t was Indulged un
1 1 a very late hour. The rooms
thrown cpen for the occasion were
Leautifully decorated in keeping
wit.i the holiday soon. Scarlet and
green were the prevailing tones in
the color scheme. The side walls
dnJ windows were decorated with
dee;) green, scarlet and gold leaves.
At a lata hour a delicious menu was
served the twenty guests who had
tie pleasure of enjoying the hospi
tality of the hc -t and hostess. ' Lr.
r.nd Mrs. C. M. Gloster delightfully
entertained a number c-f the younger
B;t on last Wednesday evening from
8 to 11 o'clock in honor of Miss
(ieneva Patton of Nashville, who has
rime to make home with Dr. and
Mrs. Gloster. Music and gam.es were
mjoyed until a laU hour, when
Mrs. Gloster, the charming hostess,
served the guests who numbered
about twenty a very appetizing
menu. The home was beautifully
decorated In keeping with the holi
day season. Dr. C. M. Gloster took
a patient to the Negro Baptist Hos
l iial on last Sunday. While in the
cty be is spending some time with
his parents, Prof, nnd Mrs. J. R.
Gloster of Howe Institute. Messrs.
Kob t and Ernest Oldham, who
F-pent the holidays so pleasantly,
have returned to their homo In St.
Iuls. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Porter
spent the week-end in Humboldt,
I heir former home. Mrs. C. J. Por
ter , accompanied .her guest, Miss
Estizer Watson, to Milan on last
Thursday and spent the day most
pleasnntlv tlie guest pf Miss Pansy
Elder. Miss Watson left the same
evening for home. Nashville. Mrs.
C.'-E. Iynk, one of Dunbar's efficient
teachers, spent the holidays In Stan-
the guest of Mrs. Jackson. Her
charming Utile daughter, GioAs-s,
accompanied her. On Monday eve
ning of this week Dunbar High
School Emancipation celebration at
the First Baptist Church was well
attended. The program was as fol
lows: Music, America; 1 vocation;
vocal solo. Mr. Haywood Harbert;
reading, Miss N. B. Whitelow; vo
cal solo, Mrs. Maud D. Curtis; read
ing, Mrs. C. J. Porter: chorus. Dun
bar girls; reading, Mrs. Maud D.
Curtis; ''Emancipation Proclama
tion," Mrs. Cora E. Lynk; quartet,
Dunbar Glee Club, Messrs. Haywood
Harbert, Robert Lynk, Isaac Holo
way and Aubrey Parr; address, sub
ject. "Our Nation's Apostasy," Kev.
T. O. Fuller, A. M., Ph. D., D. D.,
President of Howe Institute, Mem
phis; anthem, "Princess Awake,"
First Baptist Choir; remarks, Rev.
A. Parr, pastor First Baptist Church.
Each number wa3 well rendered and
the approval of the audience was
expressed by its hearty and frequent
applause. The well-planned program
was due to the energetic effort of
scholarly young principal of the Dun-,
bar Training School, Prof. F. E.
Jeffries, who plans much for the
school and the uplift of his people.
Prof. Jeffries, master of ceremonies,
first introduced Prof. W. M. Jones,
nn instructor at Howe Institute,
whose remarks along the line ot
social uplift were very Interesting
and highly appreciated. The Rev.
Mr. Fuller's address was a scientific
ir.d civic presentation of our Na
tion's Apostasy. Ho held the undi
vided attention of his audience for
more than three-quarters of an hour.
To use a time-worn expression, he
vus eloquent, forcible and eonv'ne
ing. As he cited various facts and
figures concerning the Negroes' prog
ress along intellectual and commer
cial lines during more than a half
century, the audience's sincere prid
and aprocinlion broke 'ort'i again
end again. The Re. Mr. Parr,
whoso remarks . are alwi'v-.i timely
1 rut well oV.iresseu cioseo uie i r -
Emm for the evening. The entira
affair was eminentlv siirro?-ful. D..
J. A. Lester of Nashville spent sev
eral (lavs tho guest o1" ilr. and Mrs.
llenrv Sloans, five nn!v cat from
1;rownsville. Pev. afd Mrs. W P.
.Trper have moved to Trenton, their
iipw work. Kev. Gri" is n splen
did tnd ab.i pastor. Greer is
1 'tli accomplished young woman,
t ' rt iallv long mus: : linos. She
was the assistant doine-ti.' science
teacher of the Dunbar School a
member of the Coleridge Taylor
Choral Club, a member of the choir
ot Farmer's Chape! and is indeed a
verv active worker in the various de
partments of the church. Their
many friends regret their going, and
wish thrm much success in their
new li'eld of labor. Rev. T. 0. Fuller
and Prof. W. M. Jones were the
guests of Rev. and Mrs. A. Parr
Mondav evening of this week. Little
Hugh Gloster acompanied Rev. Ful
ler and Prof. Jones to Brownsville.
Mrs. Nancv Fisher and her son, Mr.
Laudelle Fisher, are the , pleasant
guests of Mr. and Iffrs. Bennie Cren
shaw. Mrs. Berda Mcl.in hag been
indisposed for several dv.f. Mrs
Dick Powell is much improved nt
this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Tutt
Haves are the parents of a fine girl,
who arrived Dec. 27, 1910. Mr. and
Mrs. Bennie Crenshaw are rejoicing
over the advent of their boy on
Christmas Eve. Dec. 24, 191C. The
Coleridge Tavlor Choral Club meets
with Mls-s N. B. Whitelow on Wed-
noa,inv pvenine of tills week. Miss
Annie Hayes, the domestic science
tonrlier of Arlington, Tenn., spent
the week end tho pleasant guest of
Miss N. B. Whitelow. Misses Sadie
and Katie Lee are bearding with the
rissr..a V.irline and Alice Morris and
attending school. Kev. A. 1 ai -soent
Sunday in Memphis. He ad
dressed the Sunday school mass
meeting at the First Baptist Church.
Pev. Harden Smith filled the pulpit
for Rev. Parr on last Sunday. Rev.
S. P. Morrow wa3 at his post of
diitv on last Sunday and delivered
an 'excellent sermon at 11 o'clock to
a lari-'e audience. Mis Minora
Kiriv has been elected as a member
of ttiP faculty of Dunbar. She has
1 charge of the second grado and Miss
Whitelow has Mrs. Oieer's place nnd
is now the assistant domestic sci
ence teacher. Her little nne8 dislik
ed to have her leave them.
CLIFTON.
Christmas was happily spent here
bv all, both residents and visitors.
It was the quietest t'.iat hns ever
been spent in Ciiflon. Services were
held nt St. James M. E. Church and
at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, and
both services were indeed a success.
Pcv. Barham. the pastor of St
James M. E. Church, preached a
ven- Interesting sermon and such in
terest was put in the service by the
audience. Rev. Harrington also
preached a wonderful sermon at the
Ba.ptist church and held good ser
vices. The Rev. J. K. Edward, pas
tor cf the A. M. E. Church, preached
nnd held good service nt one of
bis churches out in the rurals. The
Christmas tree at St. James M. E.
Chu-rh was a grand one indeed. Its
boughs bent down because they were
loaded with the many valuaible pres
ents. Besides the manv presents
that were placed on the tables and
rthcr places about the tree, for there
was not room for them all. The
Christmas tree at the Baptist churchi
was alw grand and many presents
were also received and the tree
would not hold them. The Tacky
Concert given by the ladies of St.
James Church was splendid and It
was enjo'ed by all and highly sno't-
I en of. It was given at the C. K. T.
Hal! on Tuesday night. On Wednes
day night there was a party made
uri of mostly sinner friends, and!
led by the same to the M. E. parson
age and marched into the dininir
room, wtoere they, laid fifty pounds
of choice groceries on the table. The
Bev. Barham is yet smiling. The
platers of St James also presenter!
Rey. Barham with, a purse of $s.r,
which brought the smiles again.. The
Rev., Harrington hns been very sick
but was able to fill his place in the
nulpit Sunday. The Sir Knights
and Daughters gave entertainments
Thursday and Friday nights and
had remarkable success; alw the B.
O. No. 90 gave a grand Christmas
entertainment and had success. No
one has been drunk or disorderly
this Christmaa but a nice time has
been had. It seems that the strong
nrrach'ng that we have been having
has had its effect We hope and
pray for "it to cVnue. Good ser
vices were held Jfl both the M. B.
and Baptist churdhes. The Epworth
nnd Junior Leagues of St. James M.
E. Church are doing fine and grow
Ing in attendance, and membership.
Rev. Barham, the pastor, Is pushing
things to the front.
LEBANON,
A marriage -of much surprise to
a large circle of friends was tbnt
of Mr. Jim Turner to Miss LAmie
Urown which tnnlr T,l-wm at n,0"l
home of the brldes mother on Mur -
ireesooro pike, . Saturday nicht Dec
23, 191C. We wish them a lone and
nappy future. .Air. and Mrs. Wm
U. Kelly and children were the week-
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Payne Pennington. Mrs. Nannie
Glass was the guest of Mrs. Major
Pennington Monday. Mrs. D. W.
Whitley was the guest of Mrs. Jim
Turner Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Can
trell Whitley are the week-end
guests of Mrs. Whitley's parents at
Baird's Mill. Mrs. Glo,ter Whitley
is spending a few days..nt her pa
rents In the country. Mr.' Magellan
White will leave the first of the
j ear for Baltimore, Md. Mrs. John
Payne Pennington and little daugh
ter, Dorrls Bradon, are spending a
few days with Mr?. Pennington's
Parents on the Rome pike. Mrs.
Jim Turner is spending a few days
in Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Hallums motored to Cross Roada
Friday. Mr. Edward Johnson has
returned from Chicago. Mr.' Curfew
Whortcn is spending the holidays
here. Mi-s Lillie Tharrah Hallums
is in Nashville for some time. The
entertainment given at Cedar Point
was quite a success. Mrs. Annie
Hardiman of Nashville was the
guest of Mrs. Sam Atkins and Mrs.
gnes Pennington Sunday. Anyone
wishing to renew their subscription
to the Globe for 1917, see Mrs. J. P.
Pennington.
EAST LEBANON.
On Christmas afternoon the death
loved and respected women. Mrs.
X. .1. Fite, daughter of the late Rev.
B. B. Manson. Mr3. Fite was assist -
Br. Palm os's
25c tatpald
Whitens and Clears
dark and brown skin.
Bleaehes sallow or dark
complexion, causing it to grow
winter. Got the original.
Dr. Palmer's Skin Whitener
Do not accept imitations. Sold by drug
gists or sent direct pocteaid anywhere in the
United States for 2S& Beaaember the name,
Dr. Paper's Skin WMteasr. Made only by
Jacobs Pharmacy, Atlanta, Go.
WRITE
THE
THE EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
MfK0 i iff: fh
Leaves the hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a jjalm
of a thousand flowers. The best known remedy fw
Heavy and Beautiful Black Eye-Brows, also restores
Gray Hair to its
Hot Iron for Straightening. Pnce seat by Mail auo.
S. D. LYONS,
Oc htm rem poti
VOLE HAIR. GROWER.
Tho berat for more than lO year .
M annlactiirecl Iw
Endomed by leorei
R cctin wrriTrd 1iji
GUARANTEED
Hair and Heanty Culture taught practically
thoroughly.
you
THE VOLE COLLJ5 G
lialr and
Maury & Fain Htm.
ing with the Christinas dinner that
waa being given at the parsonage by
the members of the M. E. Church
when she wa taken 111 auite sudden
'A ly, and despite the efforts of her
! phy8ic,au id anxioue friends to
I oa' ucr auv ul,fu wuuin a lew nw-
! """"ts. Mrs. Fito was a faithful
member of the M. E. Church and
president of the Ladies' Aid Society
r!md al" tne B. Order No. 3.
c",e as wvea &na respected Dy Dota,
coiorea ana wnne. we reel tnat too
much cannot he said ot her. Mrs.
Susie P. Oden, Mr. Ben M. Towng,
Miss Bessie L. Officer, of Nashville.
TJenn., attended the funeral of Mra
N. J. Fite Dec, 2(1, 1916. Mr. and
Mrs. Browning of Nashville came
also, but arrived too late for tho
funeral. Mrs. N. E. McGregor enter
tained nt dinner Friday evening at
6 o'clock In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Weir of Lafayette, Ind. Mrs.
Eliza Bolton Is on the sick list this
week. Miss Bessie Bolton Is visiting
in Springfield, Tenn., and Nashville.
Prof. J. R. Inman and wife, Mrs.
Mrs. Ella Cartmell, the Misses Ora
D. and Madolene Crowder and quite
a number of. others are attending
the Holiness meeting in Springfield,
Tenn. Mra Mary Richardson apent
the day in Nashville with relatives
and friends Friday. Notify Mrs.
Turner or her nephew, Andrew . . J.
Anderson, when you wish a copy o!
the Globe.
COLORED MAN OR WOMAN
AGENT WANTED
Sixteen to sixty years' old, wanted in
every locality. Writ up new Insurance
Members and collect dues each month.
Marvelous new Sickness and Accident
nd Deth Pcy- Write quick to Hon.
Mr. Critchlow, General Manager. Dept.
1 2936, 729 Rookery Bldg., Chicago lllinoU
FOR TEAMS
STAR HAIR GROWE
WONDERFUL HAIR DRESSING aid GROWER
One thousand agents wanted. Good money nvmrte.
Want ageing In e"ery city and vintage to Bell THE
ST A It UA1H GBKWKK. This iB a wonderful prepara
tion. Can be UHtid wich or without Btraightenlng Irons.
Hells lor 2oc per box-one 25c box will prove its value.
Any person who will useaSDo box will be convinced.
No matter wh:U has fulled to grow your hair Just (K
THE STAR II AIR (1KOWKR a trial and you will be con
vinced. Send &c for lull sized box. If you wish to bo an
auent send 11.00 and we will send you a fill supply
-that you nan bejln work at once; also agent's terms.
Send all money bv Monev Order-to
The Star Hair Grower Mfgr.
Soutfiant Branek Bm 812 .
Qrnaboro,UN. O-
Persoiw In th SMth will lt their xh thrMj arttarl
will writ tha Star Hair OnxMrUlgt. Box If! toamattOT.
Will Promote a Full Growth
of Hair, will also Restore
the Strength, Vitality and
the Beauty of Hair. If your
Hair is Dry and Wiry Try
East India Hair Grower
If you are bothered with Falling
Hair. Dandruff. Itching Scalp, or any
Hair Trouble, we want you to try a jar
, of EAST INDIA HAIR .GROWER. The
remedy contains medical properties that
go to the roots of the Hair, stimulate!
the skin. helDinj! nature do its work.
Natural Color. Can be used with
Gen. Agt., 314 E. Second St
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Trained themwli i
of leading Phrwie""
jmd" f 8al!il?ed
TO GROW MAIR
We charge yon lesa M
d ieaehi
more.
Beauty Culture j f
Nashville, T
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