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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 3, 1917.
Says Drirk Water
If You Wish to Grow
Fat and Pluinp
THIN REM AN 3 WOMrN
Do You Want t C.t Tat J be Snort?
The trouble with most thin folks
who wish to gain weight is that Uicy
Insit on drugging their stomach or
tuffing It with greasy foods: ruiiiiiiis
oi use'.e. ' lioh creams," or fotlowin.;
gome fooii.Mi physical culture stun:,
while the real cause of lliinees g es i
untouch '! Von cannot get la: v.. nil
your il;,.est;e ( ru-: pi' perly a s.:::i
i:te? the food yen eat. Drink i t:i3
of c;l ater r "r I've times a ri.'.y
and :.;!;e the- follow ins p!e;: ration
known to reliable dmig.gis; a'm .st
eei here, which sit'ai ; n -:ly em'eodic
ti;e missir.g e!ea ca:s r.c vied by the
dises'.ivc uii'aub to help them convert
food lino rich, fat-laden blood. This
prenara'ion is called tonoline, and;
much roma.'aUuMe testimony is Riven
as to Its successful use iu flesh build
ing. Tonoline which comes In the form
of a small non-injurious tablet, U.ken
at meals and mixed with the digest
ing food, tends to prepare fat, flesh
and muscle building elements so that
the blood can readily accept and carry
them to the starved portion of the
body. You can readily picture the
transformation that additional and
previously lacking flesh making ma
terial should bring to your checks, till
ing out hollows about your neck
shoulders and bust disappearing, and
your taking on from 15 to :;o pounds
of solid healthy llesh. Tonoline is
harmless, inexpensive, efficient. Alt
druggists have it and are authorized
to refund your money if weight in
crease is not obtained as per the guar
aBtce found in each large package.
Caution: tonoline is recommended
only as a flesh builder and while ex
cellent results iu cases of nervous in
digestion, etc., have been reported, care
should be taken about using it unless
a gain of weight is desired.
THE STORK IN EVIDENCE.
S. H. Johnson came into the Globe
ollice Tuesday wreathed in smiles and
anuounced that it was an utter im
possibility for the Germans to win.
When a-iked his reasons stated that
a bouncing boy had just made his ar
rival at his house and that such 1. b.
would certainly grow up anil lick the
dadlammed Germans. Mother anil
child both doing nicely.
A GRETNA GREEN AFFAIR.
Mr. Hugh Robinson w.ia .nii.'tly
married to Miss Anna lielle Jo'in-am.
Wednesday and immediately !el't for
Chicago. The bride is the talented
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. 11. John
son of 1000 21st Ave., N. 'I he groom
la the son of Mr. Hush Robinson. It
seems as the happy paid stole a
march on the old folks. Their many
friends wish them a long and happy
r v ;
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
Mia n.iucan and l.tr .is;er.
ue:e m hiivcUeville for tea
Hays under the treatment of I if. A
liui. l.MLiali. .Miss i:lla lhiiUMU was
i lin i ia liitli es when she came to
l aw levi.le, inn wlun she left she
could see. Re ready for thu uueui.'
X. M. K:.anie. lie will call to s.v yo.i
afoul A.i.Kii-.t llih, '.HIT. IV. up at
i.e.' for this ;:ood paper. Mrs. Uoln.
o..;.s is isitiug in l.o.lsbttrs this
week. -T lie Kixhth District School
opened on the L';!rd inst. Mrs. Mary,
!. Smi;h is in Kvansville, 1ml. She la.
the guest of her mother. Lincoln
t'oaii:y schools opened on thu I'Srd.
Teachers are located as follows: Fav-i
!!' illiv Prof. G. T. li all ami Miss
Vol lie tY::lo-; Petersburg, Miss Mat-i
tie i'lK'.s; Merrj's Chapel, lrof . '
Claud. C.rln.r; Ke'so. .Miss Ressie
Pal:.-:-; Novell, rrof. 1. 1. Word;,
l.ia ,s:ic Vali. y. Prof. II. M. Hickman; ,
Moore's Chapel. I'm:'. 1). 1). Williams; 1
Mt:l.ierry. .Yiss H. K. .Mitchell;;
' i.e.Mi.-ville. Aie.s Mary Reese: Sheep'
I '111. Trot', .l.imos Green; Antioch.
Prof. J. C. Pulton; llaysland, Prof,
l.eeodia Morris: Blanche, Prof. C. A
lioxler; l'.il eville. Prof. M. Congo;
"lolino. oiis'.ip!lie 1 ; Gellise:raue, nn-!
soppll.-!; l!.)or;shiil. Prof. John Pul
ton; Kiori, tn:supplied; li'ie Ranks,
unsiipp'.ieil; Hickory Grove. Mrs. Kl
weena Johnson. Messrs. Martin an 1
Gordon Summons returned to Cleve
land. O. They came here a few days
:i ;o to soe their sister. Mrs. Ret tie Mc
I'oiiald, who is very ill at this wrtiing.
Mrs. .1. 1). Stales' left on the 2-ith
in.-t., for Detroit, Mich., to join her
husband. We bid them Godspeed.
Mr. Walter Clark is an admirer of the
Globe, lie proved it by paying t ie
agent $1 on his subscript low. The
A. M. K. District Conferoaeo was a'
success at Mulberry. Able sermon
were preached and a deal of business
was transacted for the church. Mr.
N. M. Klianie made a living trn to
Howell on last Sunday. Miss Mary
Fiances Patterson of Nashvi'le :s in
Fayettevilie. She Is the guest of her
cousin. Mrs. Joe Todd. Mr. Luther
King is very ill at this writing. We
hope him a speedy re every. Mr 1
, Robert Woods has accepted a very
prominent position at Tullahonia. Mr I
Woods is one of Fayetteviile's leading
youm: men. Mrs. Josie Chnppell.v
' spei' last week in Alabama with her
: ii'islriinl. She returned on th 2tli
i and report a pood time. Little Al
S-Miiinons lot a pair of eye .class-
, s lis! Mav at the closing of the ( it y
High School. If any one shonll lind
I ihe'H. le;;se return them to Prof. G.
! T. Hall or Miss Ressie Clark end he
! rear.ie.l. Rev. (1. W. J MclV.mnM .
1 returned from Nashville on the 2!Mh
: Inst. Rov. McDonald wn a ihdegate
i to the Grand I.odse of the K. of P
The Lincoln County Colored Fair will
convene nn the 01st of August and
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.j'iil.iiiUIriUk 0HUUnillllljUIUll.lilllllJ'miimUXUmHI'UHIIilllUlimtlUliUlllliiuuuliai nokHii ia
continue until September 1. The As
sociinioii hopes to make this one i f
;he lest in Co history of the co'tntv
Rev. I. M. Snii'h had an attack oT
acute in ige;tion a few days n-o. We
r.re glad to report that he is imnr v
ing lapidb. Mr. Hayes W. Hairs' n
re'urnel from Nashville las. v"a'u
day. lie spent Saturday anl a part,
nl Sandav with his wife. II j re urn ' I
'o Nashviuo Sunday. Mr. Andrew
Pnebanan went to Meadville. Pa, list
week. Mr. Buchanan is one of. Kav
etteville's best cltlu'ns. We bid him
Godspeed during his stay in Mead-1 and games were much enjoyed,
ville. The colored minstrels of Hunts-, flames were played at several tables,
ville, Ala., playd at the Citizens"! Miss Vivian Clay and Mr. J. C. Half
Opera House last week. They made ! acre presided at the piano. During
n hit. We hope they will come again, j the eveninir an ice course was beauti
Mrs. Fannie Dixon and two children j fully served,
will leave this week for Evansvillo, ;
Tnd., where she will Join her husband.
Mr. Herbert Dixon, and will make her
future home in that city. Miss Flor
ence White entertained last Fridav
night with a whist party in honor of
Miss Frances Patterson ot Nashville.
A limited number were served at a
late hour with cream. You who owe
ns pleaso pay. We need the money.
Read the Globe and keep posted.
The entertainment uiven at Solo-!
non ChapM bv the Rouevolent Order!
No. 107 was indeed grand. Quite a
handsome sum was realized. Mr. II.
Wats.on is much improved at this
writing. There will be an entertain
ment given by R. O. No. l!l at Sol v
mon Chapel on Friday night. August
10th. Sunday, August the 2iith. will
be Home-Coming day at Solomon
Chanel. Little Robert E. Peebles,
who sustained a broken hip in tha
recent tornado that swept over our
(ommuniiy, is getting along all right.
Mr. Willie R. Peebles and Mrs. M-l
tie Gooch are much improved at th's
writing. Mrs. N. K. Ross and Wil
'i;im, Jr., spent a day at the bom - of
Mrs. James Burke last week. The
.'elegates from this jdaeo will len'e
for Humboldt on the third Mondac in
August to attend the annual sesi en
of the Renevolent Orders of Tennes
Misses James R and Andrew Neil;
are in the city. Mr. James 11. Neil
is from Washington, 11. 0 ami Mr
Andrew Neil is from Chicago. Tiiev
are visiting relatives and friends
here, this being the home of tlfir'
ihihlhood. They are the guest.-; of!
their cousin. Miss Mary Iira'shaw
Miss Maggie Green has r.'f.r'e.l
from Nashville, where she attend1'!;
the Pythian Grand Lodge. She was'
a delegate from the Court o'' Cnl'"
the. Prof F. E. Jeffries of Browns-;
ville is visiting friends here. IP' is
returning from Hampton. Va., where
he attended summer school. Mrs
Mabel McLeiuore ot South Glade
street Is quite sick at this wrl.ias. ;
Mrs. R. G. Johnson is visiting In
I aris. W. Teun., the guest of her sis
ter. Mrs. T. V. Hamptun. Mr. and.
Mrs. Arthur Dodson have returned to
heir home In lmlianacolis, Ind. M'rs
Lizzie MclY.nlco spent the week-end
I'tre the .sueit of her sister. Miss M
V. Lrihlsbaw. Or. ami Mrs C. O. Hun
ter were in Nashville last week at
ioudinir the G'aml Lodge ses-ion of
the Kni 'his of Pytlih s. Mr. Jo se
' ul'ord lefi las' S.in-'av erening f .r
( li'i-itfo. where he will join his wife
and son, who preceded him n few
" v! s a'io. His s'ay will be in 'e '-
i e. Mrs Kn'o Ricvn Hu'tbcs d el
at the home of her cr ndp-'rets, ,?-
' ' Mrs. Amle-son Hughes, on th
Sivth street. Her funeril was lare'v
ten:'".' a' th." I'rosbx terian ehifeli.
"ev. CiHtor n"VinH-ig. lr. S il Rl-i
a:;s in Nashvilk1 last week where he
went as n delegate to the Pythian,
Grand Lodge. Mrs. Callie Morton en
tertained at her home August 21th l i
honor of her attractive house guest, I
Mrs. Ktl Hill of New York. Music
Key Chapel M. E. Church Is being
kept alive. 'Twas a beautiful sight
to seo the large crowd that gathered
in the church and yard at 11 o'clock
July 22 for baptism. At 21:300 all
were being whirled down to Jordan
River and on the rived sldd Rev.
Sister Mitchell preached a lovely ser
mon. " e have seen strange things
today." At 2 d. m.. she walked into
the river accompanied by our beloved
las tor, Rev. Gordon, and assisted him
i baptizing sixteen candidates. The
baptizing was beautifully conducted.
So expressed by all who were pres
ent. The singing by her during the
baptism was grand. She also preach
ed to a crowded house at night and
was so full of the Spirit and so pby-
- it-ally strong that it caused all to
feel that "Cod is taking care of us."i
Sunday night. July :uh, she was with
ns auain in our rally. Text, "Chri.it.
the Croat Leuler." The captain of
dub No. 13 led financially. Rev. Gor
don an I members are delighted w ith
the crand work the Rev. Sister Mit
c'lWi has done for our church. Our
District Confercm e was held at Lib
erty last week. The pastor's report
was that it was a delightful session.
Miss F. L. Harrison, leader of Key
Chapel choir and teacher of Rlythe
Street School, his recovered from ai
severe spell of fever. She has been ;
con lined to her bed six weeks. Mrs.!
Marcus L. Walton of St. Paul, Minn.,
will visit her aunt, Mrs. L. H. C.
V i-her. next week. Rev. R. T. Mit-j
(h"U. the evani'elist, will conduct a.
' kal at St. John Baptist Church be j
ginning July the "nth at TTartsville.
Rev. Car'ncr nnd wife were all smllesj
o' fr their baby giH being able to
Mart w ill; iiv-' last week. Baby Gor-j
h Hked by the members of
0-1 1 mm
S.idav was an unusual one. All
the church doors were closed , save
for Sunday pchool. Rev. J. W. Rich
nil Ji oaetJrier
mo nd was in Lebanon attending th.
conference. Rev. A. C. 'Martin was ut
Aiulberry attending his conference,
und Rev. J. P. Whltaker was at War
truce preaching for Rev. Koxall in his
rally. There was quite a crowd went
to Mulberry Sunday in the motor
truck. iThe big crowd was headed by
. r. Oscar Sheton, the popular deacon
of the Baptist church. Mr. Shelton
is alwavs ready to see the young peo
! le enjoy themselves, and this was
ci. ire a jolly crowd. Among those
ho utten 'ed the conference from
' ere were Mrs. Mary Moore, the chap
eron. Mrs. .LU4I0 Kdmondsnn, Mrs.
Vlnnin Shelton. Mrs. Annie Hunt, and
e;v: ia Votto'ow, and Mr Rrnest T.
1 ivnrs Vr. Rod Johnson was in
,,''n",ies'er Sunday 10 see his sister.
Myrtle, w ho is nuile slide. He was nc
"lnpaii'ed bv Miss Pearlle White
'Me. Mr Kl Fishback joined th-
c'ob family last week, nnd boa v
'o ri id lie fays the G'o'-o has good
news in it. Mr. John Vairnor, who is
cuite a church man, and believes in
home mission, is making some stron"
lectures along that line. Mr. V'i'lte
Chrisman, better known as Father
will soon unite in the bolv bonds of
wedlock. Mr. and Mrs. Chrisman will
snend their honeymoon in Padt'ch
Ky. Mrs. Jennie Wooten has become
a great Globe reader. She says she
is awfully worried until the Globe
comes, for she alwaya wants to read
it to Annie and Birdie. Mr. Joe
Kimes was among the crowd that
went to Mulberry Sunday. Mr. Klnes
has begun to step heavy agMn, but
not by himself all th time. We will
hear from the parties from MeMInn
ville soon. Did yon see Frank Ramsv
nnd Jim Welsaw last at the snread
dinner. Jim said that he was a' home.
Mrs. Margaret Puchnnan, the Fnyette
ville bride, is visitine her sisters nnd
mother this week. Miss Mamie Rho
ten will spend the 4th of August in
Manchester, and on her return she
will go to FavetteviHo for a visit
Mr. Jim Kelso served n stag sunner
at his residence on Washington street
Fridav nlcht. Among those present
were Mr. Elliot Gunton. the fat boy,
who acted ns toast master, and Mr.
Frank Ramsey, better known as "Slim
Jim," sang one of the latest musical
bits. 'Mr. Jerry Scott and old Chad-
dler, who didn't fail to oat, kept tne
bovs laughing, but Willie Ryles, the
noisy kid, said this was the Ovoca
Roys. The mean feature of this sup
per was the scallop oysters that
w ere served by Mr. Kelso, who knows
how to cook. He will call the boys
in again when Mr. Gupton returns
from Ovoca. Mrs. Ada Oakley was
seen last week nuite busy visiting
the sick. Miss Mary Lue and Ethel
Monre were stepping very lightly at
the party Saturday night. Mrs. Alice
Davidson was in l ayelteville
sveek attending the conference.
was nccompnnied by Miss Paralee
MrGhee. Mrs. Susie Johnson was
able to be out Sunday after canning
beans all the week. Mrs. Loma Scott
was a live wire among me ' , : .
peopio butuiay ami sue mho u i.u
dinner down rnere. m m. uiumm'u
was in the shade Monday canning
beans. Mrs. Mattie Lstell was iu
j Wartrace Sunday at the fox-All Kal-
i ly. Mr. Coleman Scott was in war
I trace Sunday shnking hands with
i kin folks. He was accompanied by
1 his wife. Walter Smith carried a
' crowd to Xormanda Monday berry
picking. Always read the Globe for
I good news.
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Sunday was a pleasant day. Mis?
Louella Elliott spent several days iu
Sparta visiting relatives. Mr. Koresi
Hill of Ueech Grove spent Monda
with relatives in Manchester. Mr
Arrow Ramsey of this place has mi
grated to Murfreesboro for a while.
Mrs. Alphia Officer nnd children.
Emma, Lena. Beatrice and Crockett,
ot Sparta have been visiting relative.'
in this place for the last week. Mr.
Alfred Elliott and daughters, Miss
Anna and Ruble Elliott, gave a party
last Saturday night In honor of his
grandchildren of Sparta. Misses
Kmma, Lena, Beatrice and Crockett
Officer. A delightful time was report
ed Those present were: Misses Vo
ra'nml Ezell Willis, Lurena Hill, Flo-
n IVrewer. Thofar Wlnton, Sudie
Vaunov. Laura Wooten, Daisy Wit
son. .iohimv C. llickerson. Klla R
Vnmnv. Bertha K. Newsom, Willie
M Snurlock, Su-ie M. 'Holland", Lena
and Rent rice Ot!":eer. Roys present
were: .Messrs. John Layne, Jr.. Porter
Hickt-rson, Charlio Wilson, Oorge
Webb, Roy Vannoy, Raymon Elliott,
Rufus Con'rod. Roosevelt Winton, Geo.
Klliott, Crockett Officer. Games of
all kinds were played such as check
ers, rooks, flinch and many other
games, after which a delicious course
of cream and cake was served. Mrs.
Alphia Ofllcer and children, Lena,
Beatrice and Crockett, left Monday
for Sparta after a long stay here with
relatives and friends. Messrs. Albert
Vannov and Will Klliott left Tuesday
July 2-lth, for Plain Dealing. La.,
where they have accepted a position
laying brick. 'Miss Margie Walker
will leave Saturday to open her school
at Summittville, also Miss Clara E.
Vannoy will leave Saturday tor
Prairie Plain, where she will open
school at Patton's Chapel. Miss Liz
zie Newson left Saturday for Reech
Grove, where she will open school
Miss Louise Vannoy will open school
Monday at Mt. Zion. Read the Globe.
Rev. G. Martin opened school, last
Monday at Coleridge, Tenn. Born to
Mr. and Mrs. Cole Streeter a girl.
Mrs. Hattle Walker made a flying
trip to Summittville Saturday. A his
time is expected in Mancnoster
Srd and 4th of August. Come, one;
come, all. Rring your whole family
and enjoy yourselves.
Mrs. Teresa Buchanan is much im
proved after a severe illness of several
weeks. The Chattanooga District Con
ference of East Tennessee of the A.
M. E. Church that convened In this
city the past week was that of much
Interest, it was one nmong the best
ever held In this city. Presiding
Elder J. II. Turner with several other
ministers and delegates were full of
enthusiasm. Prof. H. B. Douglass,
j -instor 0f Ceremonies, arranged most
(eghtfullv a proKram. Mra. e. M.
01iver serveii at the organ. Rev. Wil-
Hams, pastor had enjoyable homes
; prepared for each delegate. A good
, on)lectjon was raised. This conference
will long he remembered by all. Mrs.
J. J. McElroy, is at home again from
1 summer school and other places of
interest. Mr. Church Springs, Mrs.
Cora Springs and Mrs. Lillie Harris
I of whitwell, were among the visitors
to the conference. To the delight of
all Miss Carry Cummings, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cummings is
! at home again from Florida where she
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An Easy Way To Re
Drink Hot W.t.r ui Tk
Haven't you often wished for a medl- ,
cine to reduce your DeshT aometnin
that does not require dieting or ealb j
thcnlc3? Well, right here you have it V
In 5 grain tassco tamets, wnicn yon
may soeuie at any drug store. Theyf I
are pleasaut to take, perfectly harm-i !.
li'ss nml cause no restrictions 01
habit or eating, and reduce the flesh,
liitlo by little, until you are down to
the number of pounds you wish to
w eigh. Too much flesh Is undesirable,
as most quite stout people will readily
admit, and it dolracts from one's good
appearance; makes one clumsy and
short of breath.
There isn't any reason why anyone
should be too stout, when there's this
much-tried perfectly satisfactory rome-
dy at any drug Btore. Tassco tablets
(don't forget the name) are recom
mended by physicians and are guar
anteed to be perfectly harmless. Re
fuse substitutes, if you can not come
to our store, we will mail tassco to you.
50c BOX FREE.
FREE TASSCO CC
Send me by return mal
ot your wonderful obesity Treatment.
enclose 10c in silver or stamps to help
pay postage and packing.
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has been attending school. Miss An
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Mr. and Mrs. F. Robinson. Mr. Willie -Hale,
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