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MAbnVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22 iqit
Advance Offerings in Spring Suits and
him ml k
Our wonderful ilks m the mjlftlW . ,
Br,8ht,1,ll1an UM1 bea..i,U arc ,I,C ,it,s & rfp. !n S01.4 SiIUsl
Every day this week special bargains on sale at less than wholesale prices
to Spring Dresses 86.05
$6.50 Lace Waists now
Crepe de Chine Waists
Waists in Marquisettes
Voile Waists, all sizes
Children's Dresses 50c
We have a new and nvort .,4. .
& J? ha?Py -"nations, plaids and checks , fS
mg colors-2 to 6 and 8 to 14
Those Wonderful Silks
Bh i !n 1 fJeen ,strlpe8 4 lnches ide-yard
B rk Hg d' 8,triPeS 4 inches We-yari
B ack and colored, stripes 3 inches wide-yard
All colors in wide striped Taffetas-yard '
bhantung Pongee, with moon spots-yard ' "
Shantung Pongees, plain and natural-yard
'Wonderful Basket fio-nr cm.. ... -
uiino, u- colors
. . 12.75
Satin .Duchess, printed in fern effects-yard F00
Satin de Chine, in fancy flowers-yard "' .00
Gorgettes-every shade and every color, to "match 11,50
Our Gorgette Crepes are the best made.
Rugs and Art
urass Rugs, 9x12 value $8.r.o for
Ve ve Rugs, 3(ix72value4.50-t!or
Velvet Rugs. 27X51-value ?2 50 for
Uool and Fibre r,. t . V I0i. ;
mine aiz.nl fnr
vmun uugs value $7 50-
150 pairs (
ftjnch Wiltou HVTue'ltSL"
ui ama vji'.no ei p
20? Pairs Curtains-van;; '
l;o Win Curtains-value ?5.00-for pair "
Short lengths Linoleum-value 85 vardlfor'
Solid Leather Suit Cases-value tlW-fnl
100 Rolis Matting-value 35c yartZi
Yblack TaffeuSiik, very soft and lustrous-the M kind-specialiy priced
Yard"s": Tirt:r '"
White Goods Bargains
$1.00 Heavy Sheets, 81x90 inches
63x90 Utica Sheets worth $1 15
Slx90 Utica Sheets worth $1.25 '
Bleached Domestic, soft and fine
36-inch Pajan.a, checks fine ...
Dress Linens, all colors
.25c to 50c
64-inch Bleached Damask -n
60-inch Bleached Damask ,c
72-inch all-Linen Damask V
1 2-inch all-Linen $2.00 Damask I,
50o dozen Huck Towels a dozen
Every wanted color on sale at, per yard . . .
ruumra aims and Messallne Silks, in nrett ,tnai0 "i ;". ' "I,-1 .V " ou?
in this sale at c'"ral coiors onereu
fSIKIM fill roSs3SE
Suits in popular fabrics, such as Burrcllas, l'oiret Twill
Gabardines, Serges, in
White Dress Fabrics
45-inch White Batiste 40c quality 22e
35c Klaxon, tomorrow -t
30c Dimity, tomorrow 4
loc Dimity, tomorrow
0c India Linon, all this week Y2 12
40-inch Voile worth 2.". c-- tomorrow 21
" rr 'm''""w'"'u--",'"--trTirii ..
STEWARTS DEFENCE1"--' !i,J -
OF THR I ORTER
New Sports Coats-eold. um.ln ' J.i." , "J" 'V. 'S-&U 21-50' 27-50 $.00
also in checks and plaids : revei'H of l'on,rasting color;
Silk Dresses in Taffeta, Ihirpetteg Crene de C h iZ "-'rn ' ' "i - V ' " ' $10-50 to $29-50
the wanted shaues ami "la f!'of .U.li.,:e'. .".'.T. "nd. 'T.zTll' fe.S
f". "Wl MA'. U .lHl.,.JiW(!"rUF7B
"..'....I . ..
uiimuiiii.s worm 12 i-2c our price
Ginghams worth 1 ,'c our price
Ginghams worth 1 So our price
Gin u'lni ms worMi 25( our price
Ginghams worth Hfk our price .
Romper Cloth, ;I2 indies wlde-waita' -:r.V-our 'prlVV '
lafd-wide Percale-- worth 1,",c- our urice
Yard-Wide Percale--worth Is cents our price'.'.!!.'."
.Miieucan Mini himpstm Calicoes worth 10 cents-
A t .. .1 a i. : . . .
"' oiiiiiiiiK- won ii .hi cents our price
Pongee Shirting worth "0 cents our price ....!!!!!!.!!.
Apron Checks, Indigo dye worth 12 1-2 cents- our' price 1 . .N!
(M.eviut for Rompers and Whists worth 15 cents-our price
Fancy Bedticking--worth 50 cents our price
Special Attention Given to Mail Orders. Samples Sent on Kequest.
11.. T .
g uoue were nut v siiin o...i
n,. """"'.v uiiernoon. , T'.-n , ai . ....
The sunnnK f u .. 1 Jne jeddiBR hells are exnectimr tn ZSi 'V "'V'""1 Illustrated an inurt-n
charitable undertaking-ar rrn,6, 'U here agaln vel-v- very soon. Mr j 3r . p V ', K lom
Masons' 2.7 . a. .1.0.(" ' Moo Robinson and .Miss Mnm,- ,V.".:,e- .Ad,lrfM ev
t. . . "uuiuiai rnr M.ntimu.D tii ..u . ''. "esi! mt i-,r vim! siinii. ,.i,i i... ... ..
SI(:K' . ll0l,se of refuge or correc I , I " . "er man-e" i College. Macr.n fin ' ' v:-v ! u. ? new " e, mcettng w 1, he held n Wclne,,!.
uon. orphan asvlums ami nil m7. I t V" u, un,le 'enruary 17. ,-id Rv t u- n",, ' ' " ' ,v,s , . J " 1 f:""e nrolll;li the right at the home ( Rev St.mes on
of Ute nature." ' uujecls i V JV pastor of the, TiiPoH.iv' iiPri(? . . . l)','l('ers the future He.eud avumm, S. Tlie the memi.-
n. naie soent v.as i is ios.-' ,ii n ., .ii,.t i..,..
n felindav llf'ci-llllrin nlth 1,1 ' .. .. . . "".Tim.
" ".lii inn uic-llltM. MS . rs. U:i linijitu i. n-n
l,- Mrs. Caroline Il.-iln ti,o a a. ,
me?. Preside,,! v-f : s,,.u,. . , ;"". """ks on the Aid. Xevi
as we have 1
I ast week was a very lussy time
w i hour Mason i eojile. Sunday being
a line .Iny for chuivh going, Alexander
M. K. Churc liad a :a:i:e congrega
tion. l':M'. ,1, (). Ilivoii Mi-flclio, Sun.
!rn t'ie f irn rf n, . , et ont summer, comes true. One Sundiv -if , , . - ' E' n- nnboise. Dr. R. R. and everybody is looking forward to v eel s of ili, ti.L , KJ,,'y ul Ut:l '""I appreciated
Nashville Globe: , "i !L?T-. went to sleep' and'Sn i L.T. B. WiHiams, and the interest the eZTl. I. ! new' a !i , ',,,1, " , 1 7!' 1??:.. r.!""-': . .t
annearine Porter's of vBR v.n"" "J""'0.1 ine tl,at ile s a married man keenlW r.V"!" 8 ra. 7:30 p.m. An- Kdwards, D. D.. P. E. of the Colutii- ness was iMU m' Z . l.J!;r511 ceietirated her
Nashville, an.i-nd all who aremTJZl I hone an" ee' Rubles when he I" "77 ."T Th public is Wa District will arrive March :!rd in i enjoyed. I,n ri.I ' i ,"""U;,..,.,V" ..V.. "V ' '! , Bo" re:
ersations ho!!" the Rules! Rui Ho ' 10 ""lAK only a -,"'7 l ,'"ese eXer" I0 -S ."'y confer ice uu,e was served. ' aIw ii the , e , s ' A? ""L"
cert,,,, wi" 'W corporation. . J 'f8'18 of. Mr' ! . ' ' C0!-al!lIii 1,vl,?(1 '". r the ltess. who wa- trade merrv. - A . 7. '7
l!P,lf- Poor andlpp,am' , r m rJiS, fAYRTTEVlLILE. I TheaeV. old. n L C .''fl te-...'"- -. - served. Ail
the nublic an "'. ' wegroes who Woinae.!c f- rt,ott .Z. ' 2t The . - the wW w. u.,i.,.i i,..,.. ...?... . "cunestiay., nappv. report a splendid time. Mr.
r. . . i 111 won stano ne. have nnH tha ' , ,.,.....,.,,1. miuui (Hie, mcti. evanseust, ltev Sulnen- . . . uu, , un ii.-,,iiuic 2, i irip,,, vV"i, ,,( m , -,,
lZTXlt the Union. se-'i. e), ...reached an abHfe Lof Jh?f " ... W .h" CHin " "',n
:L! 'J;'""'8 and all the necessary re. . : ' :,,r.8- ''Tne' :on-. at .ne -a. si. B. Church on last Z... 'ul' . 'f"1""11 -a,TIve'1 - , head who i, i, ,D,.. "I'ir,
. . " . nv. it. mi, vr rr -tho ah mrtnv ovan m -r.. ..i. iuwv or iasr wpck to crmmi anmA t mm j u,i " 1 .' ovvi.ii
To the Editor of the
Anent certain articles
in the Public Press, of
also arguments and conv
pro and con, regarding
ed charitable organizations,
ueem u mat i am due
& explanation reganding
t Union No. 1, of which
, J original founder nnrt
1 .... . I " ".uiiai tiiH . mt iemn,H
.f.ih.,81rgan'i If there is any Z.idnn mi, J f f m Ba"?tIat Church w"as"),ere ith ! a God sent man. We hone 1 e wi ',i I wlthhon.e folks, she was accompanied
" .at especlaUy m the pSbTic Te ' I!Yf ? - that I hav'e" t?Zr?l wholem. "1? N;
ome days ago there was an n.rtinin 1 1 . wlln tne Ptoses of this Hamnmn .Tr'1:""" ,."v- flL.' "r' ."ernM,ns " ."'""anily. The ' pV " " ",a wonderful
Sunday being the fairest of the
year of 1017. we were honor,.,) uiii,
onnilAmnW wtn t a . i '-'Brr.er I now and forever Invito ,,m . '. "l u,e a. .u
alI U1UIIJU organiza-ito call at ,,, "V ' I "'n unurctt, pulled off a
insmuaung th cena,8 ZZ' "
H t,v thom ,o ... '''"n Avenue N., where I w i with r
sermons nv i and loelcca! jx h., Money and Mr. H. K. fia erwav of . , " V "c'c "miie wi
. " " t ii ii iiitiii i v inn... - , :i witiHinrttii i i .
j.;. i "pi- "e nan game of the season took I ' . " :,L ",a,,B M "l's'"ess i,np to I!p - "i
small rallviPiace on the city high school cn,nna!nur t0'vn Monday. The sad news has Sll,tlu;'0 :.. . .1 'r"V'..V!im,r 01
solicited hv th
ed etc.. naming mnn p- thVai i "'?a s"re show them' -the
sations the Porter',, rtni v i ' ! r?,s 0rder datin? from
I pretend to know ntt,in V I ler.was panted until
t other charitable organizations men-l. h 'ant tosay
tioned but I do wish to say thaT in 1 a'r"
March 1913. throno-h m ra' as 1 have been able
Onrier wa . d2a ; UMnown until through
- -ww aa u,ui,c:ii ji, - iiHiii if I ill iiiiii i t , w -
TT7 E OFFER thoroughly
VV I nd re,iabI" bell wlta rich.
I clear anJfar-reachink tun
at very low prices. Thrtt
satisfactory performance and dura
bility is backed by the makers' ti'iarun
ee and by our reputation of ha Jdllnf
only the best on the market
Get our discounts and be convincurl
of the real value offered.
w if-;. ...a it
Superior Cast Steel Church
and School Bells
...o lli.il.il, imhii r,,T,,,V II0V H ,111 IJISr. hriflKlV hatnnnn . U r, L I Cfll I U'U IIM III H H 11 PHS W 1 V .. " iniiti.l, I1C
.,,... . . "ou' ecu liny niKn ' ., - . . " . . llS in n ,n n vl.,a I .. .. life linilnr nl.r.l T,, T
: v. vwiiiams preached for h , nt 11 tmvs and ha Uoi.n. ' K. U. moveless of Co 11m bin. t, q mnnv . . . " ' n" ""' tnoucnt ., .. . ' ".
records of v,i, .1 r, ... . . . - ""' seia. it : .... ..... , , vr " 01 dv everv one ij0 n- x. sot let v is .lireimrlmr n w..Ani..
th " : . " nev' " natoner preach- was a nauie royal from start tn finish " "'"UH wlsu Ior m a speedy recov- ,.-, f V. .7' ' . " "w n,. , , 1 . "
l"c i a tor Mm at 3 o'clock, a Mt .m 1 The o , , ... erv. Dr. H. E. Fmncas lost his v.r : .v "'e, me pastor of " " ' """in. 1 ne neai
me present 1 u-00 ,.Du,., -wow vw i tne ... , ... " . . 1 tin .'ieii;!iid ,Fiii!,,.o i,o ..!.. tn ami most cniiifnvtni.ip t,n,0 f
fnrthor ik.11 . ir. r-uwarn t-iigntower cuy mgn poys. Mr. Gordon Huehes Jcl:c"'i'y. v. u. waiters or santa ot .,, ..' , ,'' " ui , . ' F "
x,eL thaths bought him a neat four room cot-Uhe vountr mnn in , . .'l6.3 Fe was the guest of Mr. James H. ... aul ?al't,st ' hurch. during the (I..M,S: ""V1 has been promi
t7 enaZeVa t .aali M, I type machine knowl epoo. Monday, for dinner, also ! "IT r!,?' J'. m, ZrZ,7
. i" "ii iiuiriiiaiuii, ;vir. w ii u-pramn F iinHinpfl n nnHnnt n u .1 rvev. WEiiLHtiiH visiTRn itpr. rxnrmnn " itumr .. ... lKJ
TTIV annyta 1 tti . . i 1 - u,mm,lul; LlliliL flHnn.rr-' ton' nir rli.Fn r. . ... ' 'hn iim.f u P AT...
victoria, Tenm, brother of Dr. Snrinnrs I ment. our mod I 1 Monday afternoon. The Missionary u."8 -U,B Be, and Fourth ' ' :""HO 1 ":" 3CI"1 a
... tne .nentlst. and ta so the cnlnrorl ,,n. ouainterl with ,m. mi. u , " ,1 Society will be enterta.inert hv Mrs '""uiu. ne is an ex- ""'"".'" ,IM" i"e new
omer or- dertaker of Seouatchie Valley has Nashville nt ,wL' , L A. ,M. Russell. Thursday. 23nd Inst ioel,ent Peaker, and has pastored for'tl' lr.n't,"5l- 1 ev- J- - ton. L
1 n to ncr 1 ... "T v,,w rj. nuiiiiiiv 1 ... . - 11a ntifn lAtv.n . i v:i on iv,-i n i- 11
tu"xnase(i mm a neat, five-rnnm Sehonl PihM.t.t !.... : All members are reoiiesterl tn he rp- " ' " " Bve us good ser-i - ' w "u now a
LI ta,e and, business house on " CedaV Hughes took .prinTta Zwing us nil t y ,' ,.'5 .7. i Pnr ,or the Ma80 no,C3'
... '!. naUlflllN II , I III I HID UClln.l ,.Ilr.,li!M Tito nit, .lllni. nn.l
anil ay11itt n 1 ili .
. 0i.,Mtauuu liiih orner
j ed. Since then numerous
1 Sanitations have SDrunir 1
I themselves various names
' various purposes of which
I to knnw nnthln t,. 1 .l' !
tave erred t h a not hoon th "1" U"D "uu 'bowts nan. Wie niacnmery. we hone to meet m
!anv conduct of mine for the Porter's 1 JPJ0Uv, to, we,come Mr. Wilker- Hughes again isoon. We were dad and
Union No. 1 is the only one of which ! l""l-v ,n our mlnst. they are 1 sorry also to have Miss Sallie C-m
11 am. copocted. and I stfln.d ready to i '.i o " Bunle llme ln
I answer for the debt, default or mis V Mls8 ,Geneva JonM was vfs
i carriage of this Order as long as I re- v' rVn 7 v,,,n,t'r41.ny- M1m
; main president. "ary D- Green was tIle PP9t of Miss
I As I said in the heginnin" the If .u0'!.60, Ia3t s,""'ay- Wttle Miss
! hooks, ducments and an records o" 4E!'th Eldridpe-ta planning to go
I whatever records of this Order' are . m!'!lness as pictm'-e agent,
ns an open book to the Public and ' A!T,anda Greer' M- I'O" Rob'n
if there is anyone who hears of anv fm. aJ,(J' tw of Jasper were here
misappropriation of funds nr nnv . bunflay- They visiit&d the Bant'st
acts of omission in the discharge of . '
weeiis is ab'e to be up neain. Great
preparation is being made to inter
tain the L'nd iut aterly conference to
'e held on the l'l and inst. Rev.
J. C. Sherrcil A. M. 1). R. is expected
to be hero to nreach Snmim- n,,ri iQ
Write for Prices. Send stamp
NAT'L BAPTIST CHURCH
R. H. BOYD, D. D Secretary,
S21 Second lw.,R., Nashym8l6BB.
In the burg have got them now.
MOREHOUSE COLLEGE NOTES.
Hnv .i . . .. . . .....
i v., luii.ii i-i. ou Hirer wnicn they
the duties of this Order T win n. u!c 'KS,S m ir. ana wts. Sun
sfdeT ft n jrcO'". Pwr. John P. Gree- was nil
let me know that I may have the! '''es last Sunday. Why the measles
same rectified. , j are aisaMoaring. Nearly every other
In conclusion I wish to state that1 l n 1 1,8,3 the meas'es
as usual and os long as I control the
detinies of this Order the Christmas
Minns committee will he actiev in
soliciting and distributing funds and
provisions for the indigent Negroes
or tnts city.
Elder M. Steward, President of Por
ter's Union No. 1.
Macie P. Dortch, Secretary.
Pev. M M. Moore of Chattanooga
and former pastor of Mt. (Bethlehem
"sntist Ch,urch, was called here on
"-e 12th cf this month to attend the
funorpl and burial services of Mrs.
Madah Gris-hom. who departed this
Wfe, 'Ferrua-ry 11th, and wbose death
was mentioned in the laist week's is
sue of the Globe. Mirs. Idl!a Hoard,
of Haley. Tenn.i Mrs. Alice Miliar m,n
daughter of tCihattanooga, sisters of
Anmouncement of the program for
nne tnreo tiay celebration of the
Fiftieth Anniversary of Morehouse
College (1867-1917) beginning Sunday,
February 25th, this month and closing
Tuesday night, February 27th.
Sunday, February 25.-3:00 p. m.
Anniversary Sermon by Rev. W. H.
Faunce, of Brown University. 7:30
P. m; Platform Meeting. GreeWng
from other collages. Address by Pres
ident John Hope.
Monday, February 26.-9:00 a. m.
Conference on Moral and RelicimiB
the deceased w:ere also bene. InteXZrn drSS!8 !? T.
, i in. v. jLfiiiisuii iana otnern.
mifttlt ifrtriV nlotnA J -u.. i
mons with us again. We were g'nt
oecanse sne came home, but are sorry
because she is indisposed. Miss Com
mons is one of Fayettesvitle's leading
voiinT ladies and also has an Kntvwe-'
position in Turner Normal Cnl'e"e. as
a teacher. We hone be- a sneedv re
covery. Miss .Mollio Scales' sc'W
Cosed on last Wednesday. M'
Sca'es is one of Lincoln Coun'v.'
leiding teachers. The city hlirh
school is doing iwell. Prof. G. T. Hall,
the principal reports 223 pupils to
date. A debate will take place at the
A. M. E. Church on next Friday night,
subject, "Resolved that ,man should
love woman better than woman loves
man." Affirmative, Rev. Dr. W. T.
Green, and Rev. A. Buchanan, nega.
tive. Prof. G. T. Ball and Rev. W. H.
L. Reynolds. Everybody is cordially
BOOSTERS' ANNUAL ELECTION
The annual election or the Nn
I inn,-,, n'uson, at ratiis, Ky., who1
:died on Feb. 4 with pneumonia, lie '
Miss Mary EUa Church of Gracious
branch, is the house guest of her
aunt, Mrs. R. B. Flowers. Miiss Frlen.
son of Crossbridges spent the week
end with Miss Tustin Shipp. The A.
C. E. League rendered an excellent
program. Rev. v Norman expressed
himself as being highly pleased with
the same. By the request of the pas
tor, the different .boards of the Wo
men met in a business session. Mon
day. The Missionary Society pre
sented Sister Janie Shipp. an invalid
sister, a nice basket of fruit and a
neat sum of money, Monday. Rev.
Normam requested Mrs. A. M. Russell,
president, Mrs. R. B. Flowers and
Mrs. B. M. Taylor to present the of
fering. Mr. Johnnie Grant of Mt.
Pleasant was in. our town Sunday.
Mr. Grant worshipped at the Chris-
villo Negro Booste-s was held Tiiea-i BlaS 0hrlst!"n . !ir';1 a deacon
' '".,aii i run tiaptlst Church.
Leaving a wife and seven children to
mourn his loss. Mrs. Wliley had to re
turn in short, because she was ex
recting the Grand Master, Mr.' H.
Atkins of Adams, Tenn., to meet the
national Afro American Industrial
Un'on No. 7 to wliich she is Secretary
Also to meet the House Hiaid of
day night at 7 o'clock at their head-
nnurters, 41a 12 Fourth avenue, N
After the president had upend the
mect'eg in the usual manner, reports
"f the officers and chairmen of com
mittees of- work done during 1910
were read. Tocse proved to he en
couraging, ami the outlook for the
'it pre is bright
ed for the en
first vice president
second vice president; E. W. D. Isaac,
Jr.. secretary; J. R. Kenan, assistant
secretary; Dr. L. A. Bowman, treas
urer. The Board of Directors is as
follows: Dr. J. W. Whitfield, Chair
man; H. Starnes, A. J. McGavcck,
Ruf'is R. Duncan, Thomas Lloyd. W.
H. McC.avock, E. W. D. Isaac, Jr., R
L. Mayfleld, Dr. L. A. Bowman.
The rext. meeting will be held the
first Tuesday nipht in March at which
time plans will be made to co-operate
VKi Ait W A'iAUJ'if
R. . r -,-7'. -..-'w,-
'WK mm PZn
ii; rl in
I . I 1, J tor
leaner ana a great church wnrkor
When she returned from Kentucky her
Step-son had prepared supper for her
and having a course of water melon.
some or the neighbors came in and '
enjoyed the melon feast: The melon!
was grown up In Indiana and wasj
broucbt here by H. E. Wilev of'
Evansville, who will spend the" year
with his parents. Mr. Lee Watson,
has moved from Sulphor Springs to
Cabin Row. Mr. Lee Slavden. w,ho
timtle S31 .68 Prof It Oito Evening
n."""'.n " "f.il -. b-o,n (.
Hutton frr allowing my lUnk
nin KweiifHt dressed
town. mkiriK blgmonvy.
th. m to j.'in. it'agrand work
officers were elect- ,' ',- 1,onn" v"- Tenn.. 1 ,;: jRWiUH'ATM
nine year: W. It. ai , ",l : '?? ,lon" Hinders at I lrl"F'SS;,Zl ft if Hi
: R-L. Mayfield. il.Y.K.8V:, 0'whU!h ! ,e .is ,!lft kmmmy i
; W. H. O.ien IT1"'0 uo e"nor Sne fs Christian , E-mj..HfiWM.'3mK. 1
iT,-,.. ..-v . .
i w. ninu BUKtt5 WIIfT nr YT GAUSTONE RlHtW
wij imm urn int 5ME WAV
With tllP ironnral wnlfo
! wras ill with pneumonia is un nirain.
community. Mrs. P. L. Beauw is getting along fine
wiiii ner scnooi work and is giving
food service. She was called to
Nashville, Friday but returned Sun-
Mrs. .Tanie L. Hudson Hackett is
in the city vlalttnar hn. a. n, o-li
Morena street, from St Iouis Mp-1 rtay afternoon an(l raly to begin her
dam Hackett has studied voice ciil-lRcn001 work Mn,lay morning. The
hire in five different cities and hnsl5?""8 people enjoyed the bri"ht sun
I'ecome a real artist. She will toavo c "UII.v na several cans were
for her home and prepare to go
abroad In the summer to fill en
gagements as mezzo soprano prima
A delightful meeting of the Ladies'
Auxiliary and Pastor's Aid of Mt.
Zion Baptist Church was held yester
dny with Mrs. Mary Wright on Al
bion street. The membership was
well represented. Routine business
made. Misses Iness Rachel Rogers
ana Hautense Hopkins, Messrs Wood
son Rainey, Israel Jackson, U. S.
itogers, Jesse Hopkins and H. E. i
Wiley Jr., were the guests ot Miss
Chnfetlna Hopkins, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. A. "Wl Roberts and daughter, Mrs
Daisy Garnett. of (Clarksville Were the
guests of his daughter, Mrs. Brutts
Gholston, Sunday afternoon. During
this beautiful weather the farmers
are quite busy getting ready for farming.
I ram mi
Have a Good
Stomach Trouble TtillousneM. Gas. Sour RWnw, Sick Heai-
n j2?r,Vt" Wkiw". CnHliyaUori. Cofic. Yall.-w C
galluwr akin,(.awou rtitrea or I'ainMii your Sunuach. Side or
Back aro danir.-r , Irnala of tUllitoiif Trubl or I.lr -aa.
Dun t diietor yaur Mymptoma. Stomach mwllciuea onb
weaken your Stomach ittill mom. Physic only maka your
irtjosupattuo wura. You muat cure tout trouble at thu xHtrc
LIVER TROUBLE SSfl it
OioU one In avery ton persona with GAlXsrUNKS.
ARE YOU THAT UNLUCKY ONE?
Too probably ara If you hava any do-ldt d Llv.r or Stomwh
tooubla. Hia bttar to know the Truth than to try to uvr
it up by imaajnlns your .complaint ta auimthirur elaa. Our
Book on OnII Truubtoa wilt sat your nintt inimmJiaUty at rck
Cto your trouble and o it may bo cured ml buma. II on
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