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STRAIGHT HaIR,' ffi
LiiifiiiiiiimilMIIUMMKOtl theories plain. Rev. W. V. hawkins
OUT OF TOWN NOTES.
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HAIR DRESSIHO. NEW DISCOVEK-
NOT STICKY OR CU"'-
Jwt itely tttlle Hwoiln to wr Mr
Kilt wi ill your coane. ttokkwt. Ma
ll, kalr auO Mrlhi. siaoolk. allkr. flow
NEROll'f HMR DMSSING
uke. rnr Mr row kn i kwtlfal
MoMm Amdnilf. mi lldunt ot llw wlt mi
fall lulr it Met. Doi'tusa kot I oat. Aptly
Sana1 25o sUhm oroola-d'w tl cm ol NIK
Olftt. Momj a il Hnollw fctsa'l Mill) Hi
HfROlINt MEDICINf CO.. Atlanta. 6a.
this grand occasion, and they are
taking advantage of the same by
tn rtapel M. Cb-n -e do-;--- 5n
l.ghted Sunday night April 2 191.., preached at Cedar
will, a well-composed scrmoa deliy. " tlie interest of one of the
ered by the pastor, Rev. F. . 1 q h allle
kins. Never betore had he preached ' "f ' Pav Vnrnn Drfia,.h
Mines for one of the
:i;re. HIMm from t 3.th m Conleand hear ain
chapter of tzekiel and 4th ;ers'., y w 197 Rt s m Rey R
; .i e ory ' " u 1 Flowera will fill the pulpit at 11 a.
-. i .1. ...... l.i u'aa at It 1 a
:lest and his words were as burning " ,
loon dinner with Mr. and Mi-a. Jack (
i Miller Sunday. Mrs. M. L. Stephens
' took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. j
I W hite. Miss B. E. Sutton spent the
day with Miss Bell Tillman. Mr.
Anderson Crowell of Shelhyvllle and
tLMr. Sandy Hughes of Wartrace were
taaCi-ttttf in our town sunaay. air. ruiKnes
. ... gave $1.25 at the rally. Mr. H. T.
shall be upon his shouldet and hl3,Tiiiman maj0 a flying trip home
name shall be called wonderful. , m xa8hvllle. Miss Pearl", Dean of
Wartrace at ent the day Sunday with
Mrs. vlda Moppins. Mr. and Mrs.
Oila Wells tf Fairfield spent the day
counsellor the mightv God. the
everlasting; Father, the Prince of
Peace." .At 7 p. m., Eph. 3:19. ,'And
to know tnat ve mignt 09 nu a,. , Mp aud Mr8 c B- sim.
, ni rv hflid vrv it.r " The Messrs. and Misses Abe
Ladies Auxiliary held a very intei" ImosIpv and Ev o MoDDlns. J H.
Slrybe fd 'coanddHnV W?An Daa
dav Anril 29th InsUlTat on aad JnIe Co"ch "ent tl,e dliy
s v cVs w.rhe "reached iSo "y Z
Hev. G. W. Gray The public Is in- T Couch Mr. and Mrs. Luke Ne son.
vitoH M.-sara I. O Col Her. R. O. r. anu am. juo
5 m at Z SWor Mr.7.ii"-. at ,,he ahov? iid X Kidd .pent Sunday at : Mr,. Carrie Mtller spent the day
10. 1311. i i"H itrsiiuuie !' c .Qiln, l.onr Mm I t .u. ... i Tknro.lnv- with Mra Sarah We s.
Mrs. Phillin H. Hytln. P.r. Charles C
Johnson of Iowa and Or. Wilbur R
Sheppard of PensaiMla. Fla., were the
honored quests of a six o'clock dinner
given complimentary to their (!e- church preached an able sermon Sun
narture by Mrs. P. H. l!yde. Tlie ta- ,iay mominBT text. Malt. 6:27. mih-
fcle was beautifully decornted. In ; jCit,' "He is known liy his power.
the center was a lovely
with lilacs and peonies.
vase tillea At eveiiiuE text Phil. 2:12. IS. Sub-
Mrs. Hyde jecti Voi.k out wuat the Holy
vas assiRtel in refelving by Mrs. spirit works ia." Miss Ktta Ma
Annie Pattoa Clemiiior.s. . l Bright entertained the Girls Lilera-
course menu was served consisting 01 ry i"ias8 Sunday at 2:30 o clock,
creamed Irish iiotatoes. andied sweei j,auy good pieces weie rendered.
potatoes, celery, tiirnf greens lakmi mrs j y. Johnson recited one ol
chicken, lettuce, pickles, boiled eugs Dunbar's uoems, subject, "Encourase
cake and iei:o. nr. jounson was uc- lllUUt jiiss Carrie brown gave a
Icompanicd by Miss M.'e M
and I).-. Shenpard li
The National Life and Acci
dent Insurance Co.
Cash Capital $300)00.00
LiU, Ileallh and Accident
Iisuraace in one Policy
Weekly and Monthly Premium
I Whites Chapel, the guests of V.r. i Thursday with Mrs. Sarah Wells,
land Mrs. James Jordan. Miss C. M. Mr. James Vannoy of Nashville made
! Kldd has returned home after sperd- ;a hurriei trip to our nine town laai
! , 1 j i ..laU. TiiAQ.1 ,t anil u.nn mi'to a wolnnniA
1 I.' i M.u.r . tliu Uimiwi mg several nays 111 on"u, ruir, ictu.. -
ke. h. M. Moore o. tlie liapusi ,,.,-,, Mr. 1 f Miw. K R K'ne. M hw Pearl
H. Brown and little daughters. Grace Simmons was the winner of the pr ze
and Naomi are visiting her parents at the peanut hunt Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Collier. Mrs , Miss Steila Mosley left Sunday for
Katlo Foarde and Mr. Richard Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. Alma Dee Jai
Seav were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ret't 13 spending the week with Mr.
John Collier. Sunday. Miss C. L. Rnd Mrs. Dock Ashley. I don't 19
Kidd and Mr. J. L. Trimble were member just how it was asked at
the guests of Miss V. O. Robinson present, but some one expressed a
Sunday. Mrs. D. C. Robinson s"ent :wjs, to know If the people who went
the week end at Lavergne visiting (0 Davton were really getting any
her daughter, Mrs. L. D. Lj tie. ,more hm they. di(1 iiere for iai,or.
1 1 would like to say in answer, that
I they ar0 receiving more. I have a
son, Emanuel Ashley, brother-in-law,
Marcus Scruggs, son-in-law, nephew
1I1C111. .Miss tantu U1UU
M. Peebles jionday night in honor of Mrv
Miss Viola 1 v Johnson, who is to take lfer
Quick and Comfortable- -
Between Jacksonville and
Chicago, St. Louis,
NORTH AND WEST
All Steel Equipment. Handsome and Homelike. Especially
Excellent Dining dar Service All Meals En Route.
More and Bet
tr.N ishville . .
.TT7(XC.L) 8 30
..'.".'.'.'.'iG. ,F.) 12.55
C. o(Ga.) 430
Mrs. Cornelius Brown of 1947 W.
James. They left wiP.i ldeas.int ,!0,,.,,.ro ki.hi .i'tn luivini? lamrbt.
.smiles, hoph g to rtiiri! again and a 8UC,.essful term here. Every oiw Lake St., Chicago. Ill entertained : , . f friends who nve lett
thanking Mrs. Hyde lor ber k ndno fCemcA to i,ave enjoyed the social. Friday night, April M in n there Tnev H,
pnd for her wholesome dinner. Miss Jn. Cnester Moffatt. Mrs. Grade honor of Mr. Henry Grady Kelly. k, any esa tnan 2.50 up to
Alice K. Patton lias returned nome Saille Mr. j H l!rottn anil Miss lame was oiesse. uy " i t3-50 a (lav at common labor. The
C4 E. 1.) - 7 03
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. (Vand.iliai 12.01
. ... " H40
, . .. (Ill-Cent.) .04
(N. C. t St. H T.55
Ar. Way cross
...IO.S.IP.) 2 50
from Naples. Fla., where she has rarrie Brown furnished much music. '
Veen for some time. She will 1 e ni , Miss aura Di ight returned from
Home to ner many .ritnos mt unb i'aducah, Ky., this week. Mrs. I.av
Mr:,rHobe,rMii.r Ml- Annie" Heii , of the nine tribe, their ,
Jts'S i t11! ami ihicciio uomua win tippwt
Free Reclining Chair Car and
Coach between Nashville and St. Louis.
Daylight Tip Via Chattanooga and
v.pavs anil then will loturn to wind- w . ,i...ri, . i nutm, tut
sor. Ontario, Canada. The Sunday wcek a,80 Mr3 Cora e nrlRht
school of Pattersons uiapei is iist,Tne ,.n,ldpen rei,rted a good time DVe7ided at the piano
fne. The members are plann ng to from the,r ,llke t0 thc ww,d8 fr ,1!t. Presided at tne piano.
nave a loveiy program 10 oe remici t()r Btudv Monday. Many inffere-t
on JMOtners way. .May 1.1. i?i.. 11 ,, iPBSnna wpro taneht concernin- I
present at Sunday school Sunday en- treeg floWers. birds and soil. A
;oyen tne oeauurui ie).i. .rs. , . k nnneared .on the scene: he on ,.i,to n,l,iro to a lnri?fi audience
H. Hyde had as her puests Satiirdav k, , or collrsa manv thimrs i , m nnv. a m R Church on
Win. Harris. Mr. Evans Kr!v. irioe is kiub w " " u.c
Miss Louise V. Mayes. Mr. Kirby uier iacumes i um . u. u
. raise tne ouier iiuiiormi. jjuiv ooi,
Shelbyville, Bellbuckle has her eye
Mr. Waimbas Dundas Condola of i
Kongo Free State, Africa delivered
,nd Sunday her sisters. Mrs. Carrie ,vere sai(, ' ,,ont h,m M,.',AV.
I'lacitman or n'Siunm. irm m., Crafton ,g (lofne; flne )u8ines8
little Miss Mattie B. Peebles at 3 !!,
The services at St. Paul
C. 1 the 15th Mr. Condola, is attending Church, ooth day and nignt, were
! school at Howe Institute. Memphis, grand last Sunday. They were con
I Rev. A. T. M. Taylor of Louisville, 1 ducted by the pastor. Rev. Peacher,
1 Kentucky, preached the Anniversary 1 of Clarksville. In the even'ng the
! Sermon for the crand O. E. S. at Mt. house was crowded, including mem-
Olive on the 15th. Miss Lillian ners ot tne u. m. js. uiiurcn, 10 wit-
UNION CITY. '
Sunday was an ideal churcli-goi.i
111 uay auu a iuri;e crj'.vu asseuuuuu ui Wharton Jones, appeared in a musi- ness tne excellent sennuii which was
Tha a-hnnl r'lnsd Anril t and
' ritton.ton tton.i rimr. ii with a con- .brown's Chapel to hear the presiding rut recital at Mt. Olive. Tuesday wonderfully delivered. Rev. Samuel
cert exhibition Saturday night and elder, Kev. IL H. Vami, who pteacued night which was enjoyed by all of; Holmes, who was reared In our com
i'.n Easter program and egg hu.it quite an able sermon to the waiting ; her hearers. Rev. John Mebane, munity until a young man, then he
Sunday. The concert and exhibition consreaatiou. Un Alomiay night the 1 preached a soul stirring sermon at .learning he could do something at
will be long remembered by Bend presiding eider held ih second uuur ! King Chapel BapUBt Sunday, the another place that would be helpful
people The interesting feature ol terly conference. Much interest was 22nd. In the afternoon the Reverend! to his race, deoided he would go
the concert was the play, "The Rls- manifested by tbo members and made a notable speech upon the anrj a0 wi,at he could, as he' knew
en King " The exhibition consisted every department of the church was present conditions that face us. He ti,e day would come when he would
or crochet cans. voks slippers, crepe well represented by good reports. O i 1 said we had a right to fight for our ireceive. his reward nnd when lie re-
naoer nowtsrs and crochet nats. ' ilc tuiciuuvu, tym iv, juuii9 "'uunj, mi-utm uoo uau idwhiuw ium no w
bats are very appropriate 'i" spring 1 eople's evangelistic uervices were I the right instruction. itev. u. a. ig one sent by him to preach
HfHlnlii C rt
OfflM M MTT
W. H. ODEN
tMAL UTATI BfMMM.
w iinl N FMW ON KA9Y TUMI.
Oifea hu Vbe nfaUitm. Ht Aw tht 9ml Bt.
BvtuMa Md U wUking to gtv rmi fta btfirtS oflilt
ar irean Kneienaa. Yau VI oat ao wama wbji
rnj see Odn ttiat'a all. Voney loaned at row rata
OB Raal tMata. Saa ODEN, ha knowa.
Wear M1S auu iici d.iiw ubiu m uiuituo iiayui n. m. l'j,
no e given a cordial welcome to Bend Church. The school children headed
at any time they saw fit to come, by the faculty marched in a body to
Mr. Sam Lester made t stirring lec- the church. Rev. Skelton. the evan-
ture. Subject, "Where Are the Boys? gtlist, and Rev. H. (1. Harris, pastor
Griffen delivered a strong sermon toiwscei to nations. Todav he Is
a very large congregation at Mt. :all excellent speaker and will speak
Tipton C. M. E. Church Sunday Bt tne .Suiphur Spring A. M. E.
Mrs. Lizzie Jackson is still sick, church Monday night, April 30th,
Raise your meat and plant 'our:and Tuesday night.. May 1st, at St.
f the First Baptist Church, were the I gardens and stay away from tne Pau, B!,ptlst church. The closing ex-
speakers on this occasion. Both groceries, seems to net ne siog an oi cr(,ie of t,,e Cabin Row and Round
. -i i ... the neoole in Tipton County. Mrs. j o.,hnnto wafs vivtm Sntnntav
Mr Thomas ; Collins : t The exercise at Round
ness trip to Nashvil e tsiturday. He ,.hildl.en who chrIst aBU;e,rl able to be up at this writing. , flnd wag by
icuaucu muu; allu 10 Savior and joined th church Mr r,ul- ". , , . ..u :'. Misses Maggie ana Manna jsjigrove,
tesstul trip. -Mr. and Airs, uasu Rq11 w . .
Cross were Uie host and hostess of a s ' . mnlllh' ' - ' I Parks
sealed at the table were Kev. G. It.
Rorma... r ii. ". remains were shipped to Drestlen. hi.
Maxie Watkins and Miss Roxie Rus-
his mother on West Matthew street
Wednesday morning. April 17. The
MP . . ... , , , , . .'11 OlT 1 tl 1 VJ Will 11 1- 1 . ja'.cy.w.v,
sijeiu ici ...b"- r,VMessrs. Wilimer aim uiyssea Kogers,
rarKs. we ar iawi..B . jesge Hopkins and Rollow Williams.
Germany lets an get reauy io ".Thn exfiriBe .t Cabin Row was also
our part, see me uiooe ase.u, p rand The fact of the young
Liewis Aiexanuei. u-oa hotter than ever before in
the whole history of that place. The
visitors were surprised to find every-,
r" "" Ci (ieor
VZ , , i " "I horn were
j" ""I '' I 'il Garner Sin
filr-i Mrs.PB.' V
ltl&Fm- ; J Johnson
e.r XV'll C,lsl,in ,Ia
h???1' T, The music
nlil linrtia tnr ininmnnnr D.. T.i I
A six course menu was served, i , ..nt ,allr . . .
m c i. r...l. (.(li " nv
,. n uu, rHa,lro -in Hickman attending quarterly
eral of the young ladies Sunday af-; meeti L1u, M, , Virginia
" . II lllLKPr IS niilirinr MO hnma ii I . . own, ii'
lumbia was the guest of Miss Cluis- Pn,,,,n,, ti,..:.,, nLu' " , . Us making a rapid progress in iniBatson. The Sulphur Spring and
tine Church Sunday. Mr. B. E. Rus- tI. -,., ' Vn ' ,h in, i J ! city, its members and citizen, are ; I one Qak S(,hooJ wI1, have tlie,r ex
The Mammoth Sick and Accident ,tljng m quiet visitors were Misses
Insurance Company (Incorporated) i T , a,,A TsP,,ni jack.
under the Supervision of F. A. Smith ' Me3sra H E- Wiley and DaVid
Premier Carrier of the Sou fit.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY PASSKNGER CARRYING SER
VICE IS COMPLETE
n..l Palm lncitnaall-Men Kprial Knf. CSty-FJorloal
Royal rntm K-,SI Anauaita Kpa-a-ial Hir-
nparin- -.-.-"".f Lnrhiai Wpeeiul New York anl aw
mt I Nnrrlal ian ompc iaip..r. .
aaial Thiwirth he Soi.tli.
sleenini? Cars and Parlor Cars.
. .k.M D.llurka nmrii
over 7,(ioo mile or roau, bm oi wcuciub w. o ... --
femnt States ana in me mainci ui wiumui..
CHEAP TICKETS TO THE SOUTH
watiaaa aDDaHnullr olleraa llaaa aaaaara n.. .a--"-
yealifta Ihe Soather. SUtaa. or Fall Parlioalara wriia
SOUTHERN RAILWAY LSSSZrn
I ...nlH omni " ' " ...--
an.l ThMwiab Ihe onii.
them Railway Passenger Carrying Service Is Convenient and Com
ST'clK theHiKheTt Types" of Coaches. Dining Cars. Pullman
eping Cars and parioi
April 18 at his mother's home. He
'vas brought here for burial Thurs
day. His wife, mother and sisters
accompained the body. Funeral was
conducted by Rev. L. C. Jones. Re
mains by Rev. L. C. Jones Ralston
Cemetery. Public school closed Fri
day with an excellent program ren
dered at the C. M. E. Church. Prof.
W. C. Carthon principal, Miss Pansy
B. Elders assistant, deserve much
credit for their faithful work during
the school term. Mrs. Amanda
Gardner who has been ill for several
months is able to be out again. Mrs.
Dr. Blackman who has been serious- i
ly ill has recovered. Misses Mnei
and Peninah Elder, also Master Elder
Pork of Milan were charming guests i
of Miss Annie N. Boudurant several
S IOSER 0 It LATER EVERY
cnritcii WILL HAVE A
There is a glass for each com
municant. Tell us how many
you have to commune and we
will make up an estimate of
the cost of a set for you.
sell lost a line mule last week. Mrs.; e d re,,overv , ittlp " 7'" ' "' u rallying to tne iront, mt. "L " ercise on the first Sunday night in I days last week. They were royally
L. C. George and Mrs. L. C. Stray- w mre( Ztn? suecl th u't J?0,,cif3l, in EliZSh;iMay at the A. M. E. Church. There entertained while here, and made a
horn were entertained by Mrs. Robt. he ,be feU fron , PfhrtP J iv tnwn Marlh 'V?,'1 haS T 11 be refreshments to he sold on host of friends. They left Sunday
Gamer Sunday. A two course menu 2, neay .a MttS th? ifin ; sr"nd3- Admission 10c. Mr. j afternoon accompained by their sis
was had. Rev. R. P.. Flowers filled , e' iT d. ,e'''rt in the homes of our PPle.jthe Ma , Batson, who spent the vlnte ter, Miss Pansy. B. Elder. Rev and
the pulpit at "arlli-'a Mines Sunday, p', Kentucky, has returned home. Mrs. L. C. Jones entertained at
Mrs. B. V. Hale and Mrs. W. M. cUv as t?. - .t nf ! the f tl JZ, ?i and S tl'1 wnrm wa9 c- dinner Saturday in honor of the
Johnson were the guests of Mrs. ne rUrd F 5m, mi t ' Ap' !any wh hf ,beB!n1 C, IZ Li eepted' very much by the elopement Misses Elder of Milan. Mr. Ben
ri,in iir,i p..i,i,v of it weeK. 5.... "11" Mlsa Tenner- has stood the test and is now giving ' ., ' ; ml. v' ... whn ..,, nf fiaV. In(i t9 here visit-
v " " Ue Or K VPS Wild a v cH.li. tn 1,. ....,. In hntii rnr U of nnr OWI1 " 11 -.'------
er is progressing nb.ly. Mrs. Jessie Nh ' Troo" Mr-
Alderson -as the pleasant guest of,n. ,v , '
Ariss Mvrtle Watkins Monday. Mrs.6 I"''.!.!6'"''1 f""' ,f,-nm
A. L. Watkins left Mr Mt. Pleasant 1 fi i JC n L VS6"'
Monday in the interest of her occu- C f'Ji f t Thitr,
nation as hair dresser Mr. Ore , , "5 .uct.i hi mu
Tucker, Mr. R. C. Tucker. Mrs. Jan e; pri ' p
.1 1 ...... Tt 1 TI ! 1 '' ' "
i i vaiu, .i is.
Mrs. A. M
i"u' " " , last seen at St. Paul Church ser-
rom this country Je Mammoth Legle W1U1 ani,
MhCI!!y uiv Ceo D Sillier : Joseph Holirea. Mr. Henry Trotter
hi? re u ffi f n-wmcheser, where now improving TJe Odd Fellows'
hi .?a wn nsistins Rev Hender- annual sermon will be preached at
h0 ha9.Aeln a19t,"L.,v ntntfrt! Round Pond on the second Sunday ni
SOU, iiuaiut i if rm,a l,nl of MoAliotava
Floyd Rivers and fnV : "V"" ' Wl
Russell were the guests r m with m 1'1,erarv
i. ... J?. 1 111,1 'net with Mrs. Pearl T...np- vt.
The school at
city is very ill and not expected to.cioseii a ie wee Su.
I Willie Tipton.' She left Fridnv for ! Church. Mrs. Rosie Craycroft of this ( May.
df their mother, ''Mis. John Tucker
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National Baptist Publishing Board
R. H. BOYD, Secretary
523 Second Avenue. Nirlh, NAtAlllf, T
Sunday al'ternoon. Hev. C
man spent last week visiting bis
members. Quite a large number
workmen came with the scraper gana;
from Alabama Inst week to begin
work on the pike leading from Puck
River to Centrevillo, Tenn. April
iS-2S is clean-up week with this part
of tbo section. Rev. Norman with
hia people was cordially invited to
be present at Woodson Academy
(white) April 23 at S :30 n. m., to
hear Dr. Bishop's lecture on Rural
Sanitntlon. Quite a large number
i with Rev. Norman was present on
live long. The revival meeting at tne
M. E. Church closed Thursday
night with no additions. Mrs. Celia
Curls is in Louisville today visiting
Mrs. rims Tnvw ii ,.. .1. ' j.-L . , her sick sister. Mr. Andrew Smith
, , Ill ine U1SI IIS. !al.
1! Vnr. 1 .'. an kiuhi on'
11. .oi-,n i f ,i u
... inciiiirvra were Present
enntinues convalescing. Mrs. , Beat-
! rice Taylor and Miss Orthella Smith
! are on the sick list with measels.
The Baptist church members were
GROW O.UT THE
BY USING '
Kings Nu-Hair Quinine Pomade
This wondcrlulhair grower cleans th scalp of all
dandnill, Iccdl the roots ot Ilia slubtaoni hair anil
prows 1 1 nice andl ong in very short time, then it
is easy to comb and til in dilierenlstyles. Guaran
teed lo do as we say or money refunded. At youi
druggist or mailed direct on receim ol 25 cents.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
King Specialty Co. Dept. A
1 imd your Nu-liuir Kind Specialty Co.
Kind Speciftltv Co.-
Only a ahnrt lime nnd my huir hag grown In
ivoaucrlul lenfttb. It ! the best 1 ever utteu.
Mrs. hli.a KctJ
Dear Company: Your
Nu-Hnir lint: just like you tay aim I can
iruiHftilly ttiy the bent hair ftrovcr an'
tonic in the hoi id, Ma. gartt Meyer P
Htii, 'How to keer the oIuD people
Tronit lieins considered a burden.
This suMeet wris lipaiit.ifniiv tn'a
hisaecl by ail present. After buHf-1
ness the hostess . asflisted by her i
VI QOIfa1 n lining aV I
, . a uaiuiv iwn . . . . j i
course menu. "I need thee everv ' a ra"y a11 aay su,,aav anu owm:
hour" was sung, after which the r-lu'b l" 11,0 way th8 weathm' lias beeI,an!1
, . v..c 1 11 1 ... ii .I, r.y.n.irl If a t h 1 11 U
tiojuurnea IO meet next with Htm lne Hliuiiniraa ui ........
Will Meals on East Ma-, tliey did exceedingly well ra.sing
The Missionary Society ,f Mt Zin,' 17-41- Rev- W- V- Iawkln8 of tbc
C M. E. Church met with Miss r" i A- M- R C1rch VrMym an exce''
len Haines Thursday- afternoonV Mr i lent 86rmn f0' thm Sunday e
r eari apnnger Is seriously ill at her l"cv" "D"uc'i"
home on Mercer street1 Mri m' III , Scripture lesson, Eccl. 11. Rev. -Haw-
K. Sanderson of Dyersburg is the
TIIK PERFECT FLOUR
FOR BISCUITS, CAKES WAFERS, ETC. THE BEST ON THE
MARKET. ALL GOOD COOKS USE IT.
NASIIVIIXK, - . - . - TIANESSKi:
house guest of her mother, Mrs T. S
Davenport. Mrs. Rinnin n ri.mn
and little daughter, Mary Louise.
nave returned to Champaign. Mrs.
Sallie Gibson accompanied them Mi
Henry Williams of Mt. Vemon 111'
is spending a few davs with his son-in-lnw,
Mr. John Hicks. Miss Farxali
Wells has returned from Texarkana,
Texas. We are glad to welcome lie
home again. Mr. Henry Watson if
on the sick list. Hev. Bell, past.r
oi me jvieinooist iiurcii , (white)
preached at Mt. Zion C. M. E. Church
Sunday afternoon. This service wa?
largely attended by both white and
colored. Mrs. Montjoy of Columbus.
Ky., Snndaved in our city ns the
guest or Mrs. Ida Watson. Rev.
Mayes, pastor of the Freewill Church
spent several days very pleasantly in
Hickman. Rev. H. O. Klllebrew of
Rives was a visitor In the citv Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Carter are
at home to'thelr friends at 730 East
College street. Mrs. Trene Gentry re
turned Saturday to her home in
kins' sermon is found in Eccl. 11:1 :
"Cast thy bread upon the waters;
for thou shalt flnd it after many
days." His subject was, "Directions
for Being Charitable." Rev. Haw
kins is just an all-around little
Treacher and we believe he is
wrapped whole soul and body in the
Spirit. Rev. C. B. Simmons preach
ed for us Sunday night at the A. M.
E. Church. , Rev. Simmons preached
an able sermon and . he makes his
The Sunday school of the. M. E
Church enjoyed ahigh day Sunday at I
a , i i i i ti .. 1 1 . . !
n. m. wun a Closing uui n.aue.
forEster. The Teachers and officers
were at their post. Rev. Kelso Ex
cursionist of Nashville prfiached for
us which were pleasing to all. Collec
tion taken $5.50. The Collectors for
the day were: Mr. Melviir Carver and
Miss Minnie Buck. The popular Sup.
is Rev. Gordon. Mr. Wade Bant
lett was on the sick list but is out
again. Mrs. Kato McCellan has been
sick for quite a while, but by good
close attention she is at the store
with her husband who runs a nice
family grocery and is doing a good
business. Rev. Bob Leauge, the pas
tor of the C. P. Church, preached
to a good congregation at 11 p. m.
and 8 p.m. He gave us a good time.
Come again Bob. Collection' was
$3.75. The Sunday school at the
f P. Church is doing good work
being led by Rev. David v Robinson.
They do some fine singing there
led by Miss Mattie Robinson. Mr.
Rush Sowers have been on the sick
list but he is out again. .
ing his brothers, Messrs Hayes and
Holiway. Miss Myra Rodgers of
Martin was the guest of Miss Laura
Gardner. Mr and Mrs. Gus Boudur
ant enteretained at 8 o'clock break
fast, Sunday, in honor of Misses
Elder of Milan. Mr. Harrison Arnold
of Martin was the guest of Miss
Marv Fitzeerald, Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. Turner pntertained at dniner
Sunday in honor of Misses Elders
Quite a few enjoyed the hospitality
of Mtb Turner.
The Cornersville school, under the
management of Miss Carrie A. Pul
len will close May 4th and 5th. Hon
ors to be awarded the graduating
class on 5th.
Is Best Reached by the Efficient Train
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Our revival services have closed
nfter a verv successful meetm;?.
Rev. R. Slitton, from Fairfield llrm
tlst Church assisted Rev. Orav in
the meeting. We are doing nicelv
in Rundav school, under the leader
ship of our worthv superintendent,
Mr. Arnold. Mr. J. R. Stokes from
Kavne Avenue Baptist Church was
a verv pleasant and welcomed visitor
in Sunday school Sunday. Rev. W.
W. Gray was at his post of duty,
preached two soul stirring sermons,
his text at 11 a.m. was Isa. 9 0.
"For unto us a child Is born, unto us
a son is given and the government
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CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC
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the addition of these digestive ingredi
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tic but also a9 a digestive and liver tonic.
Syrup Jaiatives are weak, but Lax-Fos
combines strength with' palatable, aro
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On Friday ' morning, AprlL 20th,
jMr. Andrew Dudley-a wealthy resi
dent of peacher's Mill vicinety pass
ed away. The County schools closed
Friday. Mr. Abner and Crawford
Foley of Chicago, 111., are visiting
their parents, Mr. Edward Overton
is visiting his mother, Mrs. Anna
Overton. The High School concert
will take place at St. John Church,
Tuesday night, April 25, a very inter
esting program will be rendered. The
Roger Williams quartette will give
an entertainment at the Court House
Monday. Mr. Eugenia Dinkens,
formaly of (Legate Tennessee) is
back from Chicago, sill., visiting his
people. Pror. George W. Henderson,
f Memphis, Tennessee, made a fine
speech at Mt. Olive vBaptlst Church,
Sunday. " '
How sad it was to the coraunlty
of Providence of the death of sister
Nettie Battle, a very faithful mem
ber of Providence Baptist Church.
She departed this life on last Wednes
rlav evening. Anril 18th; 1917 She
had always let her light shine and
she left a good example for younger
Christians and younger friends to i
follow. Her funeral was preached
Friday afternoon by our pastor, Rev. i
F. S. Swift and Rev. ueaiora iay
lor. The whole churCh seemed to
be in eep sympathy with the entire
family. Mrs. Velina Fuller, Miss
Johnnie B. Fulton, Miss Hattie Whit
ton, Miss Mary L. Maxwell and Miss
Hattie Mai Gooens and Miss Nannie
L. C. Maxwell were nonorary pawi
bearers. Little Master Eugene Prim
the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
Prim departed this life April 11. The
entire community is in deep sympa
thy with Mr. and Mrs. Prim. Those
on the sick list this week are still
improving. Little Jennie Eva Whlt
lou of Nashville, who has been visit
ing her grandparents of. this place,
has returned home. Mrs. Lila Mai
Warren of this place left for Cleve
land. Ohio. Monday night, April lb.
Mr Anderson Cason ' of East St.
Louis was called home on the ac
count of the death of his sister, is
iow spending a few days with his
ti.i rents. Mr. and Mrs. Anaersou
From the West-South,
Southwest and 7
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LOUISVILLE AND HOPKIHSILL
Sunday was a beautiful day, the
C. M. E. Church seems to take on new
life. Rev. L. C. Jonos preached a
powerful' sermon, which was enjoyed
by all. Mr. Romie Roberts of Mar
tin spent a few hours in Dresden,
Sunday. Mrs. Ida Haynes and daugn
'er, Miss Bessie Mellener returned
Sunday from a short stay in Bilins,
Ark.. Mr. Haywood Cook, formerly
ofthis place dled'in Union City,
school is now working very hard pn
its closing exercise. The eight grade
class met and was organized and
mi fnrrtB Cason of South the. following officers were elected:
Nashville after spending two weeks.! Miss Mary L. Maxwell, President,
with her uncle of this community 1 Miss Alice u. wnne, secretary, miss
has returned home. Miss Dove and j Miss Nannie L. C, Maxwell Treasurer.
auline Patton of West Nashville : Hattie Mai .Goens, Historian. It chose
spent a pleasant day Sunday with ! as its motto "We aim high." As its
their cousin, Joe Patton of this coml class colors blue and white.
. . . U J Cnrlnw ' : N
niunily. . uur , cuuruu auu ouiiuoj
school is still improving. Sunday
school opened Sunday morning by
the Superintendent, with good atten
dance and flne collection. Our pas
tor preached a very able sermon Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock, his text
was "Speak that you know." Rev.
Ramson of Nashville preached a won
derful sermon from Isiah 40 chapter
and 8 verse. ..The Providence Public
t .. ' ' ' '" ' ..'
BOWLING GREEN. (KY.)
"The Ladles krt Club ''met at' the
home of Miss Maggie Butler on Sixth
Street, Friday , afternoon, after one
Jiour'a work the- club was open in
its usual formr- There- were some
very interesting talks made by differ
ent members. A delicious salad
Course was served which was enjoy
ed; by all. .