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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY MARCH 9. 1917.
The Picture OflTHE MOST WONDERFUL OFFER EVER MADE
Had Suffered for Years With His
Lungs Nothing Gave Relief Until
Ho Began Taking Lung-Tita
Weighs a Great Deal More.
"I had suffered with my lungs fcr
years and had tried doctors and
medicines of all kinds," said Mr.
Joe Williams, who lives on Route
Sheilvyvllle, Tenn . Mr. Williams is
well-known up in his part of the
country. "I got no permanent re
lief, however, until I began taking
Lung-Vita," continued Mr. Williams.
"When I started taking it I weighed
one hundred and forty pounds and
now, having taken six bottles of the
medicine, I weigh two hundred and
forty pounds, and feel as well as
anybody and my lungs are perfectly
strong. I will be glad for anyone to
come out and see me and talk to me
about it I am sure that it will do
you good to look at me if you want
to see the picture of health."
Lung-Vita is sold by all dealers
and druggists. Adv.
This two and one-half quart pan
is fine for making puddings, baking
kreads and cakes. An excellent
TUBED CAKE PAN.
A cake pan with a removable tube
has its decided advantages. Cakes
are easily removed without breaking
STRAINER OR COLANDER.
It is very handy to rinse berries,
lettuce, etc.. with this strainer. It al
so serves as a strainer or colander.
,$20 TO S40 PER WEEK.
Beinfi made veiling ihe new I.Utr?
CtUrd IVnpU, everybody buvv n oi
can sell, a nun ot w ru.in ani-j lor t
county to work :uil or mf wir
tor lTm aoti frr uuttii.
Xaalik Jfakis Cm.. Siwi
FT VVIS JWA
in bar NOW
cost mi Nothing
trot eipirftnt Frnhlem
Button fr, showing my Hank
! Decree. Am ewellt-st dretuted
man in town. nuikir.ff bigmoiitty.
1 introduce the Soci. tyto friendi,
set thi-m to join. It'agrand work
for my spare time.
Made $21 .88 Profit One Evtnlng
Got mr own bnritifu. nit, became ien
T?i"S N" I'm ft
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to chip off and is not affected by the Tnll set serves
CASSEROLE OR BAKE DISH.
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beans, escalloped potatoes, macaroni,
and similar foods.
acids of fruits.
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inside pans may be detached if de
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kettle is sis quarts, and each of the
inside pans holds 2 1-2 quarts. They
This attractive Berlin Kettle is un
excelled for cooking and stewing
vegetables. The bulged sides are a
big advantage as they make it easy
to pour liquids from the vegetables.
They prevent the food from sliding
out "when the kettle is tilted to drain
off the liquid. When used as a
Windsor Kettle, It turus out delicious
pot roasts without grease or water.
This combination makes an excel- are highly polished on the outside,
lent cooking outfit. Its odd uses are
not tilled so well by any other utensil.
The ears of the kettle are of a special
improved design holding the ball in
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while the inner surface is our Beacon-ray
This combination is exactly what
you need to properly steam potatoes
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meatic Science Exhibit at the court'
house, March 10th, under the super-!
Ti6lon ofMisa Cassia Cannon, county
supervisor of Maury County. Miss
Maggie Green entertained a few.
friends at her home In honor ot Mrs. i
Eddie Ray of ML Pleasant from 4 1
to $ o'clock, March 1st Those i
present were Mesdames Ray Doyle,
Crews. Nicholson, Irvin, Green and j
Miss Janie. Rev. J. Q. Johnson and
Misses Wilkes and Mason. Mrs.
Emma Carter of Cedar Hill assisted
Miss Green in serving her guests
with a beautiful two course menu.
Mrs. Ella Sherard died at her home
March 2nd. Her death was a great,
shock to her family aud friends, not
withstanding she had been in poor
health for severaj months. She was1
able to be about her room. She'
leaves a husband, Mr. V. H. Sherard, i
and two daughters, Mrs. Harlan
Green as Mrs. Anna Huntly, of
of which she had been a member for
aany years. She was also a member
of Household of Ruth No. 95. The
Order turned out and owing to the
West Point, Va. Her funeral was
largely attended at St Paul Church,
Inclement weather they held their
ritualistic services in the church in
stead of at the cemetery as is the
custom. Funeral services conducted
by Dr. J. Q. Johnson, assisted by Dr.
J. Francis Roberson, pastor of Mt
Lebanon Baptist Church. Mrs. Eva
Lewis and Mrs. Rosa Carroll ot Bir
mingham, Ala., were here to attend
the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Ella
Sherard. Mrs. Bettie Porter and Mrs.
Blanche Armstrong of Cross Bridges
spent the day in the city last Mon
day. Mr. Wm. Smith is improving
after a serious spell of sickness at
his home, North High street.
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OUT OF TOWN NOTE!
The weather for this week has
been very rainy, although some of
the farmers were able to get their
peas planted. Those who are sick
this week are Mrs. Richmond Clay
born, Mrs. Johnson aud Mrs. E. V.
Taylor. We hope for them a speedy
recovery. Those who listened heard
the wedding bells some few days ago.
I am asking you to listen that you
may hear them ring again. Mr.
Joseph Taylor spent .a few days at
home during this week. To keep In
touch with the doings ot our people
read the Globe. Miss G. B. Maclin
Ph. C, of Brownsville, Tenn., was
the guest of her mother this week.,
Misg Maclin was looking hue. Mr.
A. c. cannon, the representative ot-
the Standard Insurance Company,
was called to Whltevllle to see his
sick sister. Rev. M. J. Nelson made
a flying trip to Brownsville ta see
after some school matters. Rev. Nel
son is principnl o the Windell High
School of Keeling.
Mrs. Alice Foulkes, who has been
sick, i3 up and out again. Consider
ing the bad weatlifr our churches
and Sunday schools are getting along
nicely. Little Toledo . Crenshaw, who
has been sick for a few days, is
reported better at this writing. Mrs.
Mitchell Bass, who has been in bed
health for several months, left Sun
day morning for Nashville for an
operation. We hope she will soon be
able to return home again. Miss
Clara Johnson was a pleasant visitor
of Miss Margie Mai Reese Sunday.
Mrs. David Rickmond has-returned
from Mississippi, where she visited
ler parents and friends. Very sad
was the death of Mrs. Frona Trice to
her many friends, who departed this
life March 1, 1917. She was the wife
of Mr. Nelson Trice and leaves n
husband, three children, six brothers,
four sisters and a host of friends to
mourn their loss. She was a mem
ber of the Methodist Church, a true
worker for Christ and his church.
She always held an outstretched arm
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for orphan children. She was always
ready to visit the sick and to help
every good cause as every Christian
should do. We feel that her mem
ory will forever last with the living,
for she did so muca good while on
earth. She was a true member ot
the Eastern Star, was always ready
to help them in their undertakings.
We are loatho to give her up and
feel that our loss is heaven's gain.
We know that she is not dead but
enly sleeping. She has gone to await
cur coming beyond tho seas of rest
from whence none have ever re
turned. So we will greet her smiles
no more on eartn in our church; no
more in our homes neither in onr
chapter room, but we will meet her
in the Sweet Beulah, where parting
will be no more and we will never
say good bye. We will then connect
again the chain of friendship so
painfully broken here.
A precious one from us is gone,
The soul we love is still;
A place is vacant in the home,
That never can be filled.
"The measles are raging here. There
were so many cases here until school
had to be closed. But we haven't
had any deaths among the colored
people as the whites and the neigh
boring towns. Mrs. Mary Gunn Is
sick with the measles but we are all
wishing her a speedy recovery, Lu
ther Rutledge was ery sick for a
while but is doing fine now. Miss
Mabel Colyar left Monday week for
Missouri Valley, Iowa, where she
will join her brother, Mr. Ulysses
Colyar. Mr. and Mrs. Hodge and
Mr. and Mrs. Woods and their son,
Alexander, - returned last Friday
from the funeral of Mrs. Louever Hol
land of Decherd, Tenn., who died of
the measles. Mrs. Birda Arledge left
last Saturday for Nashville, where
she will visit her daughter, Miss
Lucille Arledge, who is sick at the
A. and I. State Normal.
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2 small rugs 2 1-2x5 feet, 1 glass
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B Ft ADEN.
iSince my last report many have
taken ill nnd died around this place.
Sir Freeman Suellon and S. W. Doug
lass have been quit0 ill but are up
arain. Rev. J. S. Hushlett preached
a spiritual sermon at Sharon M. E.
Church Sunday. We had a nice 4
inch snow on the 4th. Rev. Mat
lock of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church is
preparing to build a new $2,500.00
'liiinh, also Hickory Grove Haptist
of Drailon. The snow caught about
two ImisIicIs of EiiRlisii peas In the
ground for t!i0 writer.
IN WIOS. PUFFS. SWITCHES, et V "..
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LONG ISLAND CITY, NfcW YOKK
I-'ov. S. F. Majors preached two alile
rerm'ms at Solomon Oapel A. M. E.
nun-!! lust Sunday. The Sunday
m mou! ai o union t hano A. M. p.
''hurch ui'der the siiiicrintcndency of
Kcv. c. II. Simmons Is making' the
CF.sary preparations for Knstpr
E. W. Cash made a flying trip to Co
lumbia last Sunday. Master Willie
Royster of Nashville spent one day
with home folks on the lth8. Willie
says he is going Nortn In June to
seek work. Mr. Tommie Adams and
family spent the day with Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Baker. Mr. Lee Cash of
Caney Springs, who moved to Shel
hyville, has opened uy a restauraut
and is ddng a good business. 11c
bought a car a lew days ago for
S.IOO. i.ee Is a man of great energy
and doubtless will succeed. The
members of Cash's Corner Church
have been biihy for two weeks ceil
ing the church getting ready for the
'second Sunday in tins month. A
preat time U expected In the rally
that will be on that day. Kach
member is asUecl to bring $1.
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My im-turn ahoVf JOQ
mist your una
hoi dor) fnr tnf half.
Before 1 uifld it, tn j linir
wm liort tn a course,
d Duw It U fntlicj
lonr. and to toft aud
ilkytUt lean d? it
Up MI fA'&y I want to.
Toon truly. CKLU Uliu:iL
Don't let Borne f akn Rinle Remnvf f nnl
you. You really can't straighten your hair
until it's nica und long. That's v, Ut
does, removes Dandruff, feeds the Roots of
the hair, nnd makes it trrow long, soft nnd
silky. After using a few times you enn tell
the difference, and after a little while it
will be so pretty and l"nsr that you can fix
It up to suit you. If Exelentodon't do ns
ve claim, we will rive your money back.
25c by mail on receipt of utamiio or coin.
CENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
M'v. r,. .Majors in company with
Mr. and Mrs. U. Foster called to see
Mr. II. Camion last Sunday, who i3
indisposed but is now improving. Mrs.
MiiE'-rio McGhce and (laughter, Miss
Fannie, and little grandson and
daughter, James Alphcnso Davis and
little Mrs. Little McGhee, and son,
air. Hiiiiani sicuiieo, were the
sucfts of Mrs. N. K. Hoss and Mrs.
II. M. Simmons. Mrs. Sue Buchanan
is spending a few days with her
(.auciiter, Mrs. S. A. McGhee. Mr.
William Iiinnett. was up to see Me
niotner, Mrs. Jennie Burnett. last
week. Mr. Vann Searcy is suffering
from rheumatism. Mrs. Martha
Bradford continues ill. Mrs. George
Vanleer was the guest of Mrs. A.
Scott last Sunday.
CXIUCNTO MEGICINt CO., AUmb, Oa.
KLIZAUETHTO W.N ( K V. ) .
Mr. Joseph Garuett has returned
fiom Gary, ind., nnd is conlined lo
his bed. Mr. Garnett reports a very
unpleabant trip. Mr. Andrew Smith
of this city is very sick; his re
covery is somewhat doubtful. Mrs.
Anna Minor of 2110 Martipdale ave
nue, Indiana, was found dead in bed
February (ith. Mrs. Minor Is nn
aunt of the reporter. She will he
greatly missed; she was an nrdeni.
Christian worker. We feel that her
presence from anions us is heaven's
gain. Mrs. Jennie Fly of Toledo, 0
is the guest of her mother and father.
Mr. and Mrs. David Bailey. Mr,
Dally Skillman of Kincyville, Ky., is
the guest of Miss Julia Bailey today.
Rev. George D. Miller, S. T. D pas
tor of First Baptist Church this city.
will leave for Richmond, Ky., to
morrow morning to visit his wife
and daughter. Miss Enrolla Owens
and Mrs. Evaline Owens of Nolln,
Mrs. Pattie Shears of Memphis,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Lucinda Mason, returned to her
home Wednesday night. Mt. Carmel
Lodge 25 had nn interesting meeting
Wednesday night, November 25th. Mr.
Jerry Bowens was initiated. The
fried ships are getting to be very
Btrong in Tystim County. Mr. Black
Stanford is suffering with measles at
bis home in the vicinity of Hogan
Store. Mr. C. H. Watson. Mr. V m
Watson and Mr. II. E. Watson of
Bra den were visitors in our com
munity Wednesday and Thursday of
last week. Mr. John Harris is' suf
fering with measles at his home Mr.
Harry Rice received by telephone
Saturday morning, the 3rd, Ihe sad
message of his uncle's death, Mr.
Columbus Critliim. Jle made his
home at Randolph on the Mississippi
River. He made his home in our
midst for a number of years. He
was a noted well digger Mrs. Delia
Matthews is suffering with a severe
attack of rheumatism this week. The
farmers had begun to till the soil,
but the three days' rain stopped
everything. Our community was vis
ited by a snow, which began Satur
day evening and continued until 3:30
Sunday afternoon. The Bone Dry
law seems to have deuit John Bar
leycorn a crushing blow.- You can
see more sober people now. We are
going to have a better country. The
present conditions of weather made
Sunday a bad day for church-goers.
Somebody 1b going to believe what
the ground, hog says yet. See Wm.
Alexander and get the Globe. He Is
the Mt. Carmel agent. Send all news
One ol Our Latest Pulpit Designs.
As you haven't heard from dear
old Chapel Hill In some time wb
would like a short space in this issue I Kv- continue on the sick list. Snow
Brother Roland was with us from asa'n covers the streets of Elizabeth
Nashville the second Sunday in this I town. Quite a surprise after hearing
month and preached a wonderful i tne cooing of doves and the song of
rermon. His subjert was "I am lost."
Quite a crowd was out to hear h'm.
A good collection was taken up for
the number present. $7.50 was the
amount taken up. Mr. Albert Batts
of Rays Chapel died on the 22nd of
this month nnd was burled on the
2:lrd. He had been feeble for 12
months and leaves a wife to mourn
her lost. Prof. J. M. Baker of Route
1 is now engaged in doing some wood
work for the handdle factory at An
nls Station, " six mllee north of
Lowishurg, Tenn. He has turned his
proverybualness over to his wife, Mr.
birds which seemed to tell us winter
had gone. Miss Annie Helm or
Celilia is spending a few days in
Louisville this week. The State
Teachers' Association will be held in
Louisville about April 24 to' 28. A
large attendance is anticipated. Prof.
H. C. Russell is president; Prof. Rus
sell is one of Kentucky's foremost
educators. He urges that every col
ored teacher In the state be present
and also that one or two representa
tives of each Parent-Teachers' Asso
ciation he present and take part in
this great work.
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Mrs. Ida Cates Walker of Gordens
vllle was here for a few days last
week the guest of her brother audi
Eister, Rev. and Mrs. Peeler, South
Glade street. Dr. J. Q. Johnson,
pastor of St. Paul, was out of the
city a part of last week, hut filled
his pulpit last Sunday. Mr. Wm.
Harderson Is on the sick list. He
is confined at his home, East 10th
street. The following were-theratre
guests of Mrs. Rankin Doyle at the
"Vogue" last Thursday afternoon,
complimenting Mrs. Eddie Slaten Ray
of Mt Pleasant : Mesdames Ray, Oli
ver Nicholson, A. P. Crews, Minnie
Irvin, Mr. and Mrs. W.Green, Jr.,
Misses Janie and Maggie Green. Coun
ty teachers are no doubt quite busy
this week getting ready tor the Do-
nener.aaotea Antique er elden Oak, highly pelUhed, with top finished In plush, any color dealrooV
No, t8. Height, S feet) SUe, 2434.
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of pulpits, manufactured by the Church Supply Department of the National Bap
tist Publishing Board. After thirty-six years ofpractlcal experience the Secretary
has selected the above design. This design has created a sonsation in the mar
ket on account of the beauty, durability, workmanship, style and convenience. We
manufacture a variety of pulpits, but the above photograph ehows one of our pop
ular leaders. If this beautiful 6tyle suits you, write us, giving the number, and we
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