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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JUNE 22, 1917.
Hlldrod Louis Talk ! Intreet t Woman
As health is a first aid to beauty j
tnis story, tola by Mildred Louise,
beauty specialist, of Boston, Mass.,
is of unusual Interest
"I can recommend no better health
giver than tonoline." said Mildred
"I was for many months a victim
of stomach trouble and nervousness.
I had suffered terribly from pains
that followed eating. Headaches also
would add to my worries. Poor dlges-
ppj '"" ' i
If OUT OF TOWN NOTES fffl
It .. 1
Bother R. E. Hunt, our Superinten
dent, and Miss Georgia Woods and
tlon finally brought on nervousness.' . Miss Irene Hunt spent three days in
Kelier came, however, when I took ! Nashville last week attending the
the advice of several women who said, 1 Sunday School Congress at Mt. Olive
"Take tonoline." j church as delegates from the First
"Not long after I started. the tono-j Baptist church Sunday School. They
line treatfent, my patrons began to report a glorious session. They came
remind me of the Improvement In my back homo filled with much inspira
condition. And because health is the tion saying that they were going to
quickest way to beauty, the improve- start right now to get ready for the
ment was particularly noticeable in next Congress wheresoever it may
my face. j be held. A bazaar was on at the M.
"What tonoline really did for me 1 j E. Church, 14, 15, 16. A glorious time
cannot say. I am so grateful that ijwas had with the young people and
am very willing to recommend tono- a nice sum of money was realized,
line publicly." j Rev. Crenshaw, Pastor of the church.
Tonoline is a purely vegetable" prep- is making good. A Preacher' Circle
aration which goes to the seat of com-1 was on at the First Baptist Church
mon maladies stomach and kidney I Monday night. Bro. R. E. Hunt acting
trouble, catarrhal affections of the Master of ceremonies four brethren
moueous membranes, liver ailments taking part in the Circle. Text: "I
flps spent Sunday at home. Miss
cordially invited. Mr. Martin Phil
Lena Phillips of Nashville was the
.guest last week of her mother, Mrs,
Florence Phillips. Master Bernlce
Cleaves is here with his mother, Mrs
M. B. Gleaves. Miss Doshie Harris
of Nashville spent Sunday here. Mrs.
Maud Kelley has returned home af
ter a brief visit to her mother, Mrs.
Gleaves. Mr. Pete Patterson of Plea
sant View was here Saturday. Mrs.
Ida Collier of Bellsburg was here
Friday. Mrs. Albert Ward, formerly
of this place, and little son, Master
Theodore, left Saturday for Chicago.
BE UP TO DATE
FOR GROWING HAIR ON
A Special Dispensation
of VI. Ill on now until
ji nk sum for the
KIUST TKKATM KNT. . . . ,
For further Information ring M. 4RM.
- MISS MABEL MARABEL,
71 M'HAItK AVKX17K
week. Rev. J. H. Parts preached for
St Paul A. M. E. people Sunday nlgnt
Sir. Henry Wallace let Tuesday lor
west tenu ior a suun oiaj.
for him a pleasant trip. Mr. Osborn.
of Lewisgurg came to our town
day on business. He will work at Mr.
Joe Todd's Barber Shop. Mr. Turner
the brick layer of Huntsville, Ala, wor
shipped at A. M. E, church Sunday
morning. Mr. W. Sutton was in our
town this week from Elora.
Mrs. Ed Hatcher of Lewisburg Is visit
ing relatives In Fayetteville this week
Miss Lucy Suggs is visiting home
folks this week. She is from Nashville.
Stevenson. Rev, R. B. Flowers filled
the pulpit at Lot's Chapel Sunday at
11 a. m.. also at night Mr. John
Hutcherson made a business trip to
Nashville Sunday. Hss Myrtle Wfct
kins was the welcome guest of Miss
Augusta Tucker Sunday. Mrs. UKie
West made a trip to our town Mon
day. While here she was the guest
of Mrs. M. M. Watkins. Mrs. Ellis AJ-
derson's many friends are pleased to
see her able to be out again after a
serious spell of illness. Mrs. James
Hnnrv Weatherspoon and Mrs. Thomas
Shlon. made a visit to Tneier. wane
there, they worshipped at the Bap
tist euurch. Mr. Sandie uiegeu maae
& trln to Nashville Sunday. Rev. Nor
man, filled the pulpit Sunday at U
a. m. Also at night. Both sermons
were grand. Prayer services were con
ducted at Airrock Christian rjnurcn
FAT FOLKS MAY
Sunday was a big day with the
Mutual Aid ocletv They celebrated
with an annual Ser
mon . t . ' . .. nVIIJ Tin ItnlriKini
mon bv Rev. D. S. Ransaw, or. cnai-, sunaay. me iiiuuicuo
Ala., Is visiting her mother. Mrs.
Itey Ualfaore. She will leave next
week to visit relatives in Chicago
before returning to Birmingham. Mrs.
B. F. Davis Entertained at dinner last
Friday in honor of Mrs Fields of
Florence, Ala. Mrs. Fields, while
here was the guest of her sister, Mrs.
two I C. O. Hunter. She has retained to her
Mrs. i home. Mrs. Tomllla Hacknsy and son
Miss Willie E. Beard has returned
home from Nashville ater a
week's stay with her sister.
George Sloan. Miss Beard reported left last week to join hir husband
- ; un- . i . .1.1 u rfi Thav
nlvtnrp, nrJ,f Cnf f WrkT f".? ""'"'''sin Ella Reed of Avondale and lit-'will make that city their future home.
hk 1 ff me lAn :4-TR)v-,T-,W- WaU tie son. Robert, were guests of Mrs O. The schools of this place have closed
Lpl f If nv ?rni It 7 'kl" Ul ,In,t,r??UCt0r3! Dyson Beard last Thursday. Mrs. .v.. for this term. Ms. Saa Clay Harlan's
P6vP1 ..i JK.n'iT. lS 2"i - Smith and daughter, Miss Min-. seventh year term in the Aockr Glade
, i.. ;:V- .V'" ill:- ..""M"" r"- I-pe left for their home in Elk'-un.. school dosed June the eleventh witn
flesh builder it siioim not be taken : the Rev. Alex Merritt. then Rev. J.
by any one not wishing to Increase M. Lawrence. Each speaker made a
His weight ten pounds or more. Ai- .good talk. Meeting wound up with
Ky. Tuesday after spending three ! great success. The ' chiHnn were
weeks with Mr. P. B. Smith. We all promoted to higher grade3. diplomR
.regretted very much to see the'n go. j was delivered to one of thi eighth
inouEii many reporis are reccivt-u some goins -home sllOlltine. T ie Mt. .n r : r, , 4u- .. ! i ...i.i t io t, Mra Mar.
wl,ifT Hap ist Sunday School was end gt of her gister Mrs GeorKe j ,an i3 one of our ablest teachers. She
L" Sloan of McFerrin, Ave., E. Nash- has taiml.t school for twenty years in
u.wmumlU,..1,r,.S,,Vm IlUIiUIir Ulhl IMlllliay ill .NaSllVllie. A vi1l0 fin S.milov cl.onn.l el t0r Mi.i 11,,, Pni.nlv Tlia Bchnnl CldsinET PX-
. glorious time was had throushout that :NViMi(1 ,, rPi,rd' were entrrtaienil at orcises were at Rocky Glade school
day. Hie State Bazaar on June 14, 1; rnM,Dr,n v,., Mi.n p-ivi,i i-r.,v . Ain,i., ,ii.ri,t ,hinh pr verv
. and lGth of the Ladles Guild of Brook's ; 1PJ ,i Mmtil f nm c.t'h a It,..,,i "ti,,. ciii'irlron unnkfl Intellieent-
1 Chapel M. K. Church, lircntwood. un- n. Mm,',i., !i,t ti,,v wdr ,,.'. u- l 'i,, t,,vco wna vnlcilictorian. Sub-
50e BOX FREE
tanooga, a man who knows how to
preach lodge sermons, 'inis society
is one of the leading ones of the town.
Miss Paralee McGee, Mrs. Bettle Green
was carried out to the letter. Each pu
pll showing special training had been
given them. The Old Folks Concert,
given June 16th was in every respect,
and Mr. George Tally, are sparing nogrand, had ajarge attendance with
pains in pulling this society to the j both white and colored. Under the
front, they are assisted by Mrs. M. j iett dershlp of our much loved pastor,
E. Parker, the Chief Secretary. Theyjev. E. E. Russell, we are trying to
served free dinner to the puouo at Dav 0d an our indebtedness. Pray tor
, . .ii r. l lO.Oftl' ' .... ai j
the Immaculate Hall Sunday at 12:30
which was grand. The infant boy of
Mr. and Mrs. George Moore died Sun
day and was burled In the City Ceme-
our-euecess. The little hill was flood
ed with visitors Sunday. Rev. Russell
filled the pulpit at 11 a. m. He was
at himself and preached a sout stir-
tery. Mr. Robert Harding, who has r,ng sermon At 3 p. m. Mrs. A. M.
been sick is able to be out again. Mr.
Oliver Harris, of Nashville, spent Sun
day with his mother and grand mother.
Russell, the District President of the
Women's Home and Foreign Mis
sionary Society was introduced. Dy
mr. Harris is one young man wuu moMn w B(1(,re9g.
Bessie Shaw is quite sick. Mr. Henry Vice-President. Miss "FHer
Knah Is sick. Childrens day Was son; Dticieiaiy ou.. v...
FREE TONOLINE COUPON
AMERICAN PROPRIETARY CO.
I Boston. Mass.
Send me by return mall a rf c
box ol' your celebrated flesh build
er. I enclose liie to help pay post.
n.L'o and packing.
Itr l,1B "aut'IMUil OI MIS- '-aur'1 oor- UlIneJ 1)V yT an(1 Mrs Haxie Ki(1(1 , joct.
Ii:cs. was a great success. The amount n . m, i ... -vii-,. .....
raised was $."2.33. President of the
me-,! ta'.le. Mrs. Kittle Mill- President.
Ico Cream, Mrs. Pearly Green; Presi
dent Candy, Mrs. Creasy Hills; Presi
dent Fruits, Mrs. Manila Oden. Presi
dent Ready-to-wear, Mrs. Maria Dnb-
n. Mrs. usie Crenshaw. Manager of
Mirs Dis-nuUes Leaves fop Vncatlon
Miss Willie Mae Pismukps, proprie
tor nf the Palace lire--s-making Parlors' the girls drill; Rev. W. B. Creiishaw
:,ni Fourth avenue, .ortn, wnicn was manager of the boy's drill; Music
formerly oneratel by Mi.ie. Yorke. left rendered bv Mrs. Ascar Owen. Among
the city this week to spend a few days the many friends who came from
in Evnnsville, Ind. Her many friends Xasliville were Mr. and Mrs. Oden
wish her a pleasant trip. She expects ami daughter and their friend Mrs.
to visit Chicago before returning to peyton from Chicago. III. Those from
! ikw$l ,and a" S
Franklin, Mrs. John Reilicks and in
tie Miss Kedick's and their friend,
Mrs. Murry and also Rev. Patton.
Dr. R. L. Sugfs, our popular den
tist, nas made some substantial lm
provements in his office. As one en
ters he is immediately Impressed by
'Education," which was inter
indeed. Everybody enjoyed the
Janio B. Cantrell of Avondale h:'.s exercises. The school awaits Mrs.
been visiting her sister, Mrs. G. D- Sarah Clay Harlan's return. The fol
son Heard. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Dong- lowing Misses are putting forth ev-
l.:ss were host and hostess or a pr ,t- ery effort to have successful Child-
til planned dinner Sunday JuneKth ren's Pay Exercises: Luia Joyce,
1917. Those seated at the table were Leigh Willa Webster, Mary Lou Har
ami Mrs. V. L. Beard, Riv A. Ian and Esther Joyce.
The Rose-Bud Sewing Circle met at
'). !v. iiv. Mr. au.l Mrs. John Doiuhn?.
Misses Frances and Willie E. Beard.
V-s. Nettie Gleaves, M' Henry
Pc ass, Mr. Chai.ie Jackso i. v, .
ni l Mrs. M. T. Douglass, Mr. G. I'y i the residence of Mrs. W. Saunders
l -,rd. who has been con! ." I l.i Th.e Club is progressing very rapidly.
: i- in in fo'r some time seems f 1 ? They were served to a delicious ice
'MVToviii'r slowly. Mr. Will Fite rnnrse which was enioyed by all. The
n club was entertained by a solo sung
I by Miss Madge Boddie: "Since You
jWent Away." By J. Rosamond John
1 son. Miss Viola Arnette is spending
a few days in Nashville with friends.
t.he Mr. anil -ns. jonn .uoore ui jbuoib"
celebrated at the Mount Zion Baptist spoon; Teasurer, Miss Annie Jones,
Sunday School Sunday. Dr. T. B. .cnonster. miss iizauuui n.u,
Spencer, Is sick. Mrs. L. B. Smartt, 'out Committee, Pres. .Mrs. Settle
has gone to Detroit, Mich. Miss Jen-1 Lipscomb, Chairman of the Sick Com
nie Durlev, of the State Normal stop-1 mittee, Mrs. Sarah Friersin; Pastor s
ped last week to see her sister. She ' Aid Committee, Chairman, Mrs. C. L.
wns enroute for McMinnvlllo. Air. J. Smith; prayer Meeting wimuu
H. Holman, ha3 sold his farm to the Mrs. Isaac Frierson were the hosts of a
X. C. and St. L. R. R. Co., and the m3. Isaac Frierson wee the hosts of a
company will soon operate another de- beautiful 'dinner Sunday. Those who
monstration farm. Mr. Hoffman, sold enjoyed the hospitality, M. and Mrs.
for cash and we learn that he received y4t pUssell, Mrs. Floyd Young and
iiuite a nice sum. Mrs; Bottle Hunt, iss p,ertha Young of Ashwood. A
was -able to fill her place in Church 'jjna menu was served. At five o'clock,
Sunday. Always call for the Globe, p m a COmpany of young people en-
Ml , ijoVed' a short while at the cave. A
anCneSter. I one course menu was served. At night
Sundav was an interesting day. I Ucv. Kussell preached an able ser
Miss Margie L. Walker, Clara E. I mon to a larire audience. Mrs. George .
Vannov and Miss Lizzie Newsom are Martin is indisposed at this writing. ,
attending the sunimer school at : Misses Ilattie Mai Anderson and Mary-t
Nashville. Mr. Robert Alexander at Love, of Wililamsport were the wel-,
Sparta has now accepted a position rnmo guests of Mrs. George Martin j
in the bakery at this place. Miss Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lea Lips
Estell Northcutt of Vialo is visiting Pnmh served several of her friends to ,
relatives and friends. Miss Jessie R. j i,,B r,0urse Sunday In the after-j
Be Moderate in Your Diet,
Breathe Deeply, and
Fat persons, particularly those
from 10 to 30 pounds above normal
weight will be Interested to learn that
they may easily teauce meir
without starvation diet or tiresome
This can best be done by being
moderate In your diet, so that you will
not overtax your assimilative organs,
by getting plenty , of fresh air, by
breathing deeply and by taking tassco
four times a day.
Tassco may be obtained from any
druggist in 5 grain tablets, take one
after each meal and one before retir
ing at night. They cost little, are ab
solutely ihanniuesB, are pleasant ko
take and are designed to reduce fatty
accumulations in the system where
A few daiys treatment should show
a noticeable reduction In weight, the
flesh should become firm, the skin
smooth and the general health im
proved, in fact your footsteps should
even become lighter, your work seem
easier and a lighter and more buoyant
feeling take possession of your whole
Every person who is 10 or 20
"pounds over normal weight should,
surely give this traetnient a trial.
You will probably find that it Is just
what you need.
A. To Colored Women
Wc are the largest
ninnuf acturcrs of
Hair. Our latest
book showing new
Btylcs in tiair
dressing sent free.
Every colored wo
i sl thou
r hair and
If'Vr&tf or money Wck.
''.1i4m0r MI.IM.- Mia ires.
-USr" Bolitl llrassSTRAIGHT-
i K'TINO coirlis, with extra heavy back, fully
suurantenl. Wi.h each comb we give lamp cap
I'llKi:. Send money ordLT or stamps. TO"
I HACK IF NOT SATISFACTORY. Klc. postpaid.
Vj&'W WA mau should
triaftiJrTS toilet articles
win !v Xasliville Inst Thursiiv
A n rithDt TflnlloccPQ n !nff .foil
win,i pit,, i ui Ahi.mil Vi Haio Cltv spent last week-end with rela-
of this place. She left to visit her . "ves ana inenas, iney leu ior me.i
i mint. ATrs Tnttip T, P.iviip wli prp future home In Portland, Ind.
the sanitary surroundings, and the'she expects to spend the summer. I
improbability of infection The doc-jMisg Hugle also has other relatives Rnswpll Mpw MpYirn
tor makes lasting friendship with ., two n,ei, tr, visit Tnri.nv AVOSWeil, INcW lVieXlLO.
Walker is very sick at this writing.
Read the Globe and keep posted. Mr.
nnnn Anions the guests were Mrs. A.
at nncopll of Williamsport, Mrs.
Jess Ramsey has returned home after Igim(J Frerson 0f this place, Mrs. Ber
a few months visiting in Nashville, .. young of Ashwood and Mrs. Rob
and Louisville, Ky. The Commence-, Frlerson o this place and others,
ment exercises were held at the pub-i' . th G1 be The New
lie school last Thursday and Friday SwscrlDe oir xna u. u
nirtt Th domestic Art exhibits "Pe Band 111 give a picnic June w
were shown' each nicht. The verv IThe pubUo Is invitee,
ttaffiMJWii POSTPAID 89c
Hair nets, brushes, combs and toilet articles
manufacturers prices, ocna iwo-rani Biimi.
Agents Wanted. Address as roiiows:
HUMANIA HAIR COMPANY, .
1S1-1S7 ParH Row, New Xork City.
UX-FOS-An Improved Cascara
A (lifftHtivc !itlil hiMltivc. cutlmrtie ami 'ivor totm
C'lnihmirt stifimlh witli i :il:l;iitl,' jimniatiL' lat
Itnes n.'t Kt:H- 'ir iii.turi sitoiuai'ti.
highest credit was given to Miss
Lillian C. Adams, the teacher and we
are glad to say that Miss Adams has
played a teacher's part in every re
spect. We hope Miss Adams will re
main next year as our dear school
teacher. Miss Jessie Lee and brother
Roy Vannoy have returned from
every patient. Our wish is that h? ; was ,. Annual rallv at Stone's River ! There was a grand entertainment
may live long and continue to proa- nianel .A larsre crowd assembled. Rev .' given at the Colored Masonic Hall
..... u....,.-.; """vtnn yji luvLL.--! n W Til n r.V-T1 n .nnnlicl n lm , n cnr. Mntinnv, PVRT11T1C nv LI1Q 1'UIltJl b'UU, ...... i 1
nooga, en route to the State Normal , mon. Mr. T. L. Howse of Mt. T'leasant, called. "If you Get It, You Got It. jtllg t0 school Mrs Kate Brewer and
.ummer School, stopped over to pay ' Tenn.. made a flying trip here Sundav Mrs. Ella Ballentlne, who has been in j dallghteri Fiora Brewer and Mrs.
V1, J-l18." J,aly clalbo"rne- Pro', to visit relatives. The farmers are all St. Mary's Hospital for five weeks, iRllonea "Walker spent a few davs last
H. L. httesidos is nuu h better at i,,r ,, iti, n,. i.ni ar nfter undereoine two dangerous ,i, i
The doctor says h U ' ' . j operations, is now with her sister, Rhoa Xrlggs have returned to Sewa-
r t tI ! urr r.n w)(iiiiy
yy snd reliable bells with rtrh..
Clear air-reacnm iwkw
at vary low prices. Tbeu
satisfactory perfofrcsace n4 Muta
bility is backeI by the makers' itwen-
tee and by our reputation of ha irt
only the belt 01 the m,,n et
Get our discounts ni l ouvlnnw!
of the real valun (.Muted
on the road to recovery. Miss Kalh
Ir-en DaviJson is (iuite sick and con
fined to her room. Mrs. Laura C
Ransom has been elected to te:i''h at1 T'18 Annual Sermon of rt. O. Xo. inv
Turner. Mr-. Ransom ha-! taught hi aml Auxiliary Xo. 194 had their A:i
tho best schools of the countv, and ""al spnnon at Solomon Chapel A.
the new president doubtless bad a i M- E- Church on Sunday, May 27 bv
eye to business in making t'.iis selec Rev- J- K- Childress of St. Luke A.
tion. The comnmnitv is favorably im- M- E- Cliuch. The B. O. No. 118 ot
pressed bv I 'res. Johnson. He has a : Antioch was well represented. Also
task before him', but it U believe A V- O. Xo. S4 and 92 of White Chapel
lhat he will prove eriual to the occa-j"pv. Childress preached one of the
sion. Kvevybody has a garden. Mrs. , sermons of his life. The tornado that
Maggie Davis is at home quite sick. I swept through our community de
Revs. A. P. Cray ot Murfreesboro, A. molished the home of Mrs. M. Bradford
, E. Martin of Tullahoma, ,T. Q. John-1 also Mr. 1. K. Peebles. Mr. Allen Sear
ton of Columbia wore here last weeic j cy, Mr. Eugene Harding and several
: attending a hoard meeting at Turm r. others. Among the Injured were little
Mr. Willie Pell has at last solved the ; Robert Peebles, the 2 year old son of
i riddle. Last Monday he left for Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Peebles, a broken
Nashville, ostensibly to enter the : hip. Mr. Allen Searcy cut In the head;
Mrs. M. Fletcher, 103 Kansas fat. Mrs. neo after a short visit with her rel
F'Ptciier is .formerly from Decatur, jatives and friends. Mr. Henry Solo-I
Ala. A surprise dinner, was given mon of Cowan spent last Sunday
Mrs. Ilallentyne by Mr. Milton Kelly ; with friends of this place. Miss j
and a sumptuous repast was enjoyed, j Lillian C. Adams left Sunday even-i
The table was beautifully decorated , ing for her home in Nashville. Mr.
with flowers. I Will Klliot left for Cowan Sunday.
" 4 , i Mr. Riley Elliott of Lewisburg, paid
t-ij 11 I Manchester a flying visit Sunday.!
' KflPn WOld. Mrs. Mary Range is very sick at I
4V.:n ...!!...- Tin.. XTnnHnn
,.,l,. T)n- f Tnillnnnnn. luia willing. masici nujr vailliu?
Mt. Zion Baptist Church Is getting
along nicely under the wise leader
phip of Rev. Nance.
The rally which just closed last
Sunday was a success. Raised J117.H5.
rrv,n mnat BllCCOSSfUl Club WaS the
Wide-awake, Captain, Sister Hattle
I'Parson. which raised $52.16. Excel
sior Club, captain. Sister Rosie Kib
ble, $50; Missionary Society, ?t&, iV?jH'4' 1 2
Ttev. J. H. Thompson, pastor of Key zr&f 2f
Memorial, preacnea sunaay n i -?-v v Ji fi,
wonderful sermon to a splendid audi-1
h i. t r irWtr at - N
..lis out again after being in doors for
a tew days with the fever. Miss
lis, Ind., who has been visiting ner
osiers, .m.s .n. , Lena Stephen spent a few days with
Miss Emily Jennings left today for rcIaUveg'and (n winJhesler.
her home after having a very
ant visit among friends and
l Mr. Jess Ramsey was in Tullahoma
th. ' :-:.." 7 -yf-tv i . U -iff
Supsrlcr Cast Stee! Cliurch
and School Bells
Write for Prices. Send stamp
NATL BAPTIST CHURCH
R. B. BOID, D. D Secretary,
m Scwnd In., 1
nrmy raining camp at Pes Moines. I Mr. Isaac Peebles, Jr., cut about the : 1 j- T mh Weev not visiting his members. Miss Mary Port
Ins tend be joined .he army of Bene- face; Ms. Allen Searcy, bruises about , Taf n Ln f Ii? t"e iwi Isgone to i er of Columbia was the guest of Mrs.
die s and returned home Tuesday ! .,, hp,a nnd dislocated shoulder; ,f.r '), 'L' ,S' , ''"'e,lr tho' rfl,th and ! A. M. Russell Thursday and Friday.
Rev. G. R. Norman spent last week
:,r; 1 -p Henry Searcy, hand and foot badly: ' vn,11 BPft h, eail, llav. ;0f last week. Dr. I. J. Edward, P. K.
illi a charmins bride
the selective draft he will be left cut An sufferers are much better at
:niliSturl)Pd. I lie bride was MISS ,1,1, writing Thu P.hllilrpn's Dnv V.x
Miss Gertrude Martin was
lertalner of Mr.
?tewart of Sheversville lasf Sunday j
to Alondav afternoon. ' -j
THE SOCIAL I'IjU ti
The Social Club of this city eave
their social outing last Tuesday.
There were eighteen in attendance.
verv elaborate menu was served.
The trln taken was about Ave miles
in the country. Everybody enjoyed
the trip. Arch Ramsey and Florence
Thomas were the chaperones.
Dr. Luther E. Vincent, president ot
Mo-l'dl ClPSS Of 1H17 at MBimi'J.
left the city June 15, 1917 for St. Louis,
m o-e he will take the medical
Board, June 18, 19 and ?0 His
friends wish him a bright and pros
Grows long, '
1 0111 Boudins jrin
my i cturo to let
you "O vVnt yax .
a done for my ?Ar. Hhaa prown to8flinchei
l.-nn a ud is very thick, mlt nnd 'lky l I carf
rmwflxiny hairiuywayl uSinttf. H U Iti bnft
hair grower la tliO WorU, LAU..A UAMOj,
Don't be fooled oil your Hfebyusinff
some fake preparation which cairns
to straighten kinky hair. You ore just
fooling yourself by usinjr it. Kinky
bircnnnot bo made e.raiirht. ou
niu't have hfllr first. iowthia
Is a Hair Grower which feeds the scalp
and roots of the hair and mokes kinky
nappy hair grow lontt, scft and silky.
It cleans d.indniff and stops Falling
Hairatcnre. Price 25c by mail on
receipt of s'.amps or coin.
AGENTS WANTED .EVERYWHERE
Write for Particular.
EXELCNTO MEDICINE CO. ATLANTA, OA.
Foxall preached a very Interesting ser- iwiu arnve June a in iu nwioi.
' Tohnnio Clack of Nashville Here's T """"a , 1 a i v nion for the Tribe or Simeon. Mrs. ' '"'" yuunenv ouuwicuw.
i. I- Vr , , ,,,1 wmi. mi. ercises at Solomon Chapel A. M. E. Vj ... ,,,,s ...... ,i-m-)iter Dolla May ral went from this place to Salem
v'.i9 "L i" ? , olmrch were well attended and an in-1 x ',;'m' ''a iL? V.Vnti L'lto attend the funeral of Mr. Moses
Maiors nreached tives au1 r,el,ds- Mrs- C" C- King ha8
Majors preacnea returned Nasllvflei whero s)ie
tf.'.v'K'ns is ni'ain on ine sick ,,., ( o0 .n .0nji,i
lll. U. IJ. .lltlJlllll fM UllVfl il
i;i town Salurday attend!"K a meet
iiipr of the Ttedroi-d Coloreil Fair As
sociation, of which he is a member
lister iuia Britain is verv sick
Mr Freeman Campbell did Monday
mornin.?. Mr. Georce Rvals has bc' 1
At nisht. ltev. S. F.
a soul stirring sermon. Rev. S. F. Ma
jors was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Rpprd Inst Sunday. Rev. C. H
Simmons, M. Burton Peay and Mr.
S. A. I'eebles were the tmests of Mr.
and Mrs. II. 'Watson last Sunday. Miss
has been visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Steward Neil made a flying trip to
Nashville. While there, Mrs. Neil took
sick. We hopo she Is better by now.
Rev. T. G. 'White left last Saturday
liiornini! with bis associate friend, Mr.
Clcnton Johnson, for Columbia, where
he was united in matrimony Sunday to
Miss Bessio Esters. He arrived M011-
fiiitn eir-lr lnr t linttor of Ma lvrir
Inc. Miss Tovlee Ilix is preparinfi to U""'e nnt7 f"erly of th s corn
join the teachers' rank She is aT"iitv died at the home of her mo
vounir la.lv of unqnestloned abilily , ther, Mrs. Fannie Cilbert of Jimtown
r,nd will doubtless do honor to the : l! " ''''- " ' ' day night on 97 and was met at the
urofesslon. News It ems for the T.IoIk of Solomon Chapel will take place a t M,ta
mnv be left at Mr. W. TI. CamiiboH's 1 S-t"Haw Jure :if. The Pastor's Rally
shoo. Get a conv of the Globe from at Solomon Chapel will take place on
,'. , r, . i 11 1.... T..1.. f AI fi4tn Tr.H
. . . . arKson. Air. , nnn scort. wno .mh .-1.1:. .u.nuu jirt.i- i, nnv
holds an important posi.ion with the I ford is much Improved at this writ-. rdB" thl-e Tof Mr! and
1 Mrs. A. F. White and they expressed
themselves as being well pleased with
their new daughter-in-law and claim'
depot by a large crowd of friends
They all expressed themselves as be
ing well pleased with his new wne.
errand trunk railwav of Michigan, is !nir. lir. and Mrs. TI. E. Rucker of
! nere on nis annua: leave 01 aosenco uuineiiuiiu icim.. iwio out i M,,i i,:,, .0n niot,Q,i ,uh
T r- 11 CI 11 Ml the State Teachers' Institute at State ,ed her, aLlil ,
llirner VUlieKe, iJIieiljyVllie Normal this week.
The Executive Board of Turner Col-I
lege met Thursday. June 14, and elect '
STRAIGHT lm, ffi
II MR DRfSSINC. MW
'litmmv mm sikkv
OR 0I .IMY.
Just mr HillB H'Killn in your hfllr and
coin aid dll yuur njni. cour?n, slul.born. kl
k), hair midi l uluitt. srauiilli, silky, jlossi
HtROIl II dR DRESSING
imkci vmr Mr rn long ?nil bMidllii
tlnimlnj ddfldru'f. anil llihlnn uf lh sulp and
Idl M hjrr At men. Don't um tint I uns. Aupl
Send 23d sljmm or culn-oinr a big can ol HI R
Hht. Uunet Lack It fcrnllne drcsn'l sjlil yon
IHHDIlNf MIDLINE CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
her welcome in the family. After which
a delicious two-courso menu was serv
! ed and then they went to the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Scruggs to the
I reception given In their honor. A num
at her of valuable presents were present-
Va.. ! ed to them and an ice course was serv-
BLACK AND WHITE
Brightens Up Dark
or Sallow Skins
Makes n Beautiful Complexion
! - !
THt STAR HAIR GROWER
rVONDEBFUL UAIR DHESSING ind GROWER
One thousand agonts wnnted. flood niotiey mad.
Want agents In every city and vIlllOKeto " TUB
STAR HAIR GROWKK. This Is wonderful prepara
tion. Can lie used with or wlthoulstraichu-nlng Iron.
Sells for jc per box-one Sie box will prove Its value.
Vny person who will rfse a Jio box will be convtneed.
o ointtur what has failed to grow your hnlr Jusi give
TI1K STAR HAIR (iKOWKR a trial and you will be com-vliiot-d
Bend m for full sl.ed box. If you wish to be an
ient send- SI 00 and we will send you a full supply
lint voii can be;ln work at once; also auenl's terms.
Seriil all money bv Monev Order to
The Star Hair Grower Mfftr.-
South rn Branch Box Sit
femora In iix will tat i ilr i l ' V" 1 1 ' i-lli"l
will wrild thtSlor Half amt Mfr. Bit W lnjm'ibitil.
ed part of the faculty for the Incom-! VOlUrnDld.
ing school year. Dr. L. James John- Mlsg Dixie Williams. Teache
son. ine presir ent. naa receive 1 a Hartshorn College, Richmond,
poon many appucanons ior me tun- vlsIte(1 our clt ,ast Sund whj,p : t itn
" ' "'"'; -, 0 : nere sne was tne guest or Fror. and the bride and eroom were Rev. W. V.
werVX 7p Grav MZpreXT Mr8' R" ' Miss WillianiH ; Ha.vkins, Mr. A. V. R.nkins and
L J Johnson president" P W Gar l- wa on her uay to M1Ian' WeRt Tenn- Miss Sophia Cooper, Mr. Clenton
ner secretarv'- J O Jonnaon knd A ,0 mml 1,er sunlmer vaontion with Johnsoa and Miss Ellis Mosley and
F Mnrtin relatives. A goodly number of the Mr. Riley Clarke, Mrs. O. L. Scruggs
J The foliowine teachers were ele"t- city and country teachers are attend- and Mrs. Eiza Sutton"dld the serving,
ed- Mrs M Gowdv Saunders of ins the lnier school at State Nor-;Ti,0 table had a beautiful bouquet of
NaWville, music and vocM ciiltur: ma!' Nn.8h1"-, Df- - 5" Touns' r08e3 and lillios of the valley in tl?,e
Mi3 PoKie E Harris of Clarksvllln, ni,stor of Bethel, A. M. E. churcn, center which were given by Mrs. ltosie
Miss T.iliian Hill or the A. M. E. Pun- Pre!,R,lpil t St. Paul last Sunday at' cannon. Those who served at the re
rinv Rr-hnni TTninn nnmpstlo RpiRnrn-,3'o'clock. Mrs. I. H. Hampton of Roger (-eiitlon were Mrs. Mary Hart, Mrs.
Miss Annie Mav Johe, Millinerv and Williams University is visiting her Bell Myers, Miss Lethia Murphy, MisS
nroKsmakins:; Mrn. T. T. Ransom, ot niotfler- Mrs. Maria Anurews ana otu- jvi elvlna Cooper and Mrs. Mollie Car-
Shelbwllle, Teacher In the Engliuh , er relatives nere. &ne win leave nexiiney also Mrs. Susie CTark and Mrs.
Mrs. ti. week for fittsnurgn, I'enn. ur. J. u. Minora Hunt.
Johnson has returned from a business
AS IT GROWS OLDER
IT GROWS BETTER
and Normal Departments;
.Tas. Johnson, Matron.
The Hoard re-established the The-1 trip to Shelbyville. On his return he i
ological Department. Quite a number stopped by Nashville and brought his
of students have already made appll- little daughter home with him to
cation for entrance Into this depart- i snend Hvnrnl weeks. Prof, and M'.
BEFORE AND AFTER EFFECT.
Members ot the race can now easi
ly, safely and at little expense bright
en up their dark or sallow skin by ap
plying (according to directions)
Plough's Black & White Ointment.
It whitens or brightens daric, Drown,
or yellowish skin. Bleaches and .clears
sallow complexions to a clear, clean,
Wo reirrfit verv much to write the soft, light, healthy tone so you feel
1 - .. . 1 1 a 1 I ...UU nnm
J. P. Caruthrea and little son of sad news of the death 01 Mr. ana Mrs. ; proua 01 your cuiiBii.exiun w.m a "
N'-vilie are here for the summer, Charley Johnson's little son, Charley, , soft, light skin. Also removes hlem
at the home of Mrs. Ella Green, moth- Jr., who departed this life Sunday, ishes as pimples, tan Mackheads
er of Mrs. Cnrotho. Prof. Caruthers June the 17th. He was buried Monday Causes skin to grow whiter and heni-
iirs. neoecca r awr spent ounnav 1 . nmptftrv. MiM ozoll thler. Black and mite Ointment, is
in Nashville. Little Miss Ceell.-' - to use ad harmless to the
h Prg'eMr yUIfflS" BellSl M 8Mary 1 week; visiting Miss Cally Mai Ilampjmost delicate skin. It is the latest and
nurg. Mr. i.una uieaves or Beiisourt! ... -,.4........ ' ... T.inia n r.ampr n so. She took best. Try It. Send 25o (stamps or
wns nere Satnrnav Mr W C! amveu iiiai oaiuiuaj iu vihil uc . , v v.. 1.
nciB ouiuiiiuy. mr. iv. vj. - . . ,.. l ni,ii'n ro ovg itn on n onrl ropnlvn a hnv hv return mail
Walker spent Sunday In Nashville, "rotners, irois. j. w. ana k. u. jonn- i-u.i m . -Mrs
P A. Wilson and Mrs. M. son. She is accompanied hy her son, .which were a decided success. Mrs.
hlenves snent Satnrdav an l Sundav Master Frank Williams. Mrs. WU- W. H. L. heynolds furnished music 'for
Mrs. Rebecca Plater spent Sundav
coin and receive a box by return mall
or 5 boxes for $1. Follow simple di
rections with each box. Address
weaves sifent naiuraav an' suna ay xiann. . jw. 0.110. .. ....... .. - n r( -,j mptti-
at Rellshurg. On the fourth Sunday Hams stopped over in Nashville to the occasion. Miss Suggs says she J Plough 'Chemical Co. - Dept. 14, Mem
In July a rally will be given at St. 'attend the Baptist S. S. Congress. Ikes -Kelso very much. Rev. T. J phis Tenn Agents Wanted Sold W
Paul i. M. E. Church. Everybody Is Miss Ida Halfacre of Birmingham, Moore epeat a night In our town thia Nashville by Kuhna Drug Store.
A Hair Grower that won for itself over
4,000 Patrons Last Year.
For Details Write
"PORO COLLEGE COMPANY"
3100 Pine St.. Dept.. R. St. Lows. Nfo.