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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 24, 1917.
To Her Friends
Popular ltM Ltd, Seye Tenolin. H.
ireveB l Gedeo4 ( Hr
It is always interesting to listen to
:the statements of our trtends, and
especially when you know they are
sincere and honest in what tuev sav
Added iniercst is created in a si mo
ment coming from one who has spent
a lifetime in Boston, where she is well
.Such a person is Annie Stewart,
Ap'ho resides in lloslon and is pos-
?rt.!.ru 01 uie respect ana confidence'
of htr associates, and is willing for of l'ar.v- 'm1-. arrived Wednesday to
anyone to call on her to verify thejSPCI,d s"ie ,ime wi,n home folks,
jtollowine sinned Ittim.ml .1 " I Mr. r.nd Mrs. .lamps .Ioiuw snout Tm-
"I have snffprpH irh t....,.,.
a, u PlWiUUt.l
trouble for the tast seven vr it,
took the form of indigestion' and dvs -
pepsia. 1 h:d dizzy spells and head tennis proved an ideal hostess on
aches, and after I ate a little food it' Monday evening when she entertain-1
would ferment and tanse mi tn iWmlpd nt hor linino mi Vast ni.iii,r
in my stomach. 1 had pains all over
my ixKly, and was chronically consti
pated. My liver was torpid, and 1
lelt generally miserable. 1 had dor-
",r" "'." I'een in ine nospitai.
im, re ene.i no permanent relief. 1
.-u nervous ann restless tliai
night I could scarcely sleep. The gas
pressing under my heart caused pal
pitation, and when I arose in the
morning I was just ns tired as when
1 retired. About two weeks ago I be
gan to take tonoline, and I can truth
fully state that it has done wonders
in my case. I am feeling like a now
woman and can eat any kind of food.
I sleep the night through and have no
more aches or pains; in fact, it has
cured me, and I am recommending it
to all of my friends, as it has been a
Godsend to me."
All druggists sell and guarantee
There are numerous symptoms of
this trouble that tonoline can relieve
In fact, any of the following mav de
note affections of the stomach: In
digestion, dyspepsia, belching of wind,
bad breath, sick throbbing headache,
poor circulation, night sweats, that
tired feeling, costiveness, coated
tongue or a poor complexion.
Caution: As tonoline is recom
mended as a flesh builder those not
wishing to increase their weight 1")
pounds or more should not take it
TIRST TENNESSEE OFFI
The second officers' meeting of the
First Tennessee Regiment will be
held Friday evening, August 31st, nt
7 o'clock, at room 125, Y. M. C. A.
Ruilding. All superintendents and
Cadets officers of the city are re
quested to be present. All organized
troops are urged to represent.
By order of:
G. W. Gore. Jr., Colonel.
F. A. Bosworth, Lieut. Col.
IV. S. Ellington, Jr., Major.
" PROMINENT VISITOR HERE.
Rev. L. A. Townsley, D. D., of At
lanta. Ga., is visiting his neice and
her .husband, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
King of No. 3 Meredith Ave., South
Nashville. Dr. Townsley is presi
ing Elder of the South Atlanta Dis
trict of the A. M. E. Church, and one
of the leading men of his church, hav
ing served as a delegate to the Gener
al Conference for four consecutive
times 1904, Chicago, 111.; 1 90S, Nor
folk, Va.; 1912 Kansas City, Mo.;
1916. Philadelphia, Pa., and was a
Commissioner of the last mentioned.
He is one of the leading Masons of
liis state, serving as State Grand
Chaplain and a 33rd degree Mason.
.m. 0. B. WILLIAMS HOLDING UP
-TEE BANNER FOR MEHARRY.
The many friends of Dr. O. B.
'Williams will be pleased to hear of
his successfully passing the Tennes
see and North Carolina Boards, hold
ing up the banner for Meharry by
making a high average.
He will be remembered as a popu
lar member of the class of '17, of
Meharry Medical College.
Pr. Williams was rated as an ex
cellent student of Meharry, and his
quiet, gentlemanly conduct won for j
him the respect of all
He was active in hospital and
clinical work. In Fayetteville, N. C,
his home town, he has a splendid
reputation. We wish for him a suc
cessful practice which he expects to
begin this fall.
MRS. RYE CONVALESCENT.
Mrs. Anna J. ltye of ti3j Allison st
who has been dangerously ill for two
weeks, is doing extraordinarily well
lor her condition. Mrs. uye Is uu
aotivo momhor nf ipn rinla nn,i hor
manv attentive friends are honing
that she will be out to ndngle with!
tbein very soon.
W aicli tli space next week for an elaborate Program. The Cele
bration this year wall eclipse all previous efforts- -f
;pf OUT OF TOWN NOTES fl
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Miss I.oratne Whitsev
iift ,R'-S week. Miss
J:,ne Colter spent Sunday in Hick-
11 -,lrs- r.nuine iteeves
: d:iv in (":iirn Mrs i iiii Tumor
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left Sundav nieht for an ptimi.il
l visit to St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. lHnvev
street to compliment Mrs. Mary 1.
Lewis of St. Louis. The rooms were
neautitul with the artistic arrange
ment of potted plants and cut flow-
eis. unite a number of the youn tr
! er set enjoyed Mrs. Dennis" hospitali
ty. Games and dancing wtre the
principal amusements. The hostess
served a delicious ice course and at
a late hour the party went out' for
chickens were telling the story of
a delightful hay ride. While the
the midnight hour, this merry party
was heard on their return home.
Mr. Percy Collier spent Wednesday
in Woodland. Mr. Leonard Fowlke
has returned from Gary, Ind. Mr.
Major Matthis of Led ford, was a
week-end visitor in our city as the
guest of his cousin, Mr. Charlie
Brown. Messrs. Joe and Lott I.an
dom have returned from Tiptonville.
Mrs. Sarah Dodson and Mrs. Mayme
Therman spent last week very pleas
antly in Mayfield and Paducah.
Miss Alma Davis left Friday for
Harris to be the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Isham Smith. Prof. W. R.
Jarrett made a business visit to
Trenton Thursday. Miss Flossie
Garrison returned Friday to her
home in Woodland after spending a
few days with Miss Katie Lou Carey.
Mr. Silas Keiser is spending a few
days in Hickman. Miss Maggie
Collier left Friday night for St. Louis
and other points. Mrs. Teua Bar
ham has returned to Columbus, Ky.,
having been railed to the bedside of
her sister. Mr. Elihu MeDaniel of
St. Louis arrived Friday to spend
some time with his grandfather, Mr.
Chapel Davis. Mrs. Mary Wess re-
turned Monday to her home
Brookln. 111. While here she
the honoiee of many handsomely
planned social affairs. On Sundav
she was jointly entertained at din
ntertained at din -
Katie Simpson and
at Mrs. Hampton's
ner by Mesdames
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Martha Hampton at Mrs. liampt
in!.e.i?!Ji Tl f i l'
piece on which stood a cut-glass i
J vase of fragrant flowers. A dainty!
six course menu was served. Misses !
Edna Polk and Louise Bryant of :
Hickman spent a tew days very
pleasantly in our city. Mrs. Pattie
McClantou spent several days with
home folks on her return from
Mounds. 111., to her home in Jack
son. Mr. Eulys Reeves has returned
to Gary Ind. Prof. J. J. Bills of
Fulton spent a few hours in the city
Saturday, en route to Hickman.
Messrs. Wallace Tipton and Houston
Craven left Saturday fur Erie, Pa.
Miss Ernestine Wells has returned
from Corinth, Miss. S;:e will leave
very soon for Texaikana, Texas,
where she will spend the fall and
winter. Rev. E. D. Wells filled an
appointment in Hickm-tn Sunday.
Prof. J. R. Patter, has returned and
will spend some time at home. Mr.
Hon;;. Watson is oa the sick list.
Rc:. E. A. Warren of Hickman
Mient Monday in the citv. Pr ( W.
A Kinirlpton nf Missisini snent r
ij.v hours in our city Thursday i Brownsville to stay with her grand
mingling with old friends. He was parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Park-
en route to Cairo. Mrs. Pearl
Springer has returned from Padu
cah where she spent several days
very pleasantly as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Marshall Brown. Air. Ed
Gill has returned from Dyersburg.
Mrs. Marshall Mosley will leave
gu' ja'v fol. an ex't0Iull,a vIsit to chi.
rig() ' U(,v j F' l!niton is assisting I
in a revival ;it Woodland Mills.
Miss Sammay Caret, of Miller, Ga.,
is the guest of her auntie, Mrs. G. L,
Ferguson. Mr. O. W. Grant, has sold
his lour beautiful mules. Mr. and
Mrs. 0. W. Grant has bought them
a lovely lot in Miller, Ga., they will ,
build a lovely cottage soon. Miss'
Sammy Grant will return to S. NT. I. S. 1
the 1st of October to her school where !
she has gone for the last three years.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. E. Berry, of
Bill Davis, oa., spent tne day with
Mr. and Mrs. G., L. Ferguson, Sun
T7 A Tc5(Td)
,l:iv. We vish Ur Miss Ethel Grif
fren, of I.ewisburg. Tenn and Mr. Lot
Kay. great happiness all through
their married life. Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. K. Berry will entertain Miss Sam
my i.rani ai more nome vt ediies.iay
evening, mt. ami .Mrs. u. i.. r prgu-
son made a (lying trip to Miller. Oa.,
Mrs. Warren Box, entertained
Wednesday, Aug, 15, 1917, with a
lie. uitil'lll lunrheon nt her home The
guests of the occasion included a
: limited number of special friends.
j The table was set and appointed with
I the greatest care and eye for the
I artistic. An elaborate menu was
1 served. Dr. and Mrs Miles entertain
j e l Mrs. Killian on Tuesday at their
I Inline on Mulberry stret. Music and
cards were the features of the even
ing. Miss Allie Hell Porter, of Roger
Williams University gave a few vo
cal selections. The guests were Miss
A. B. Porter, Miss Annie Linear, Mr.
Will Wilks. Herman Manning, Louts
Holt, Miss Fannie Killian.
Mrs. llattie Thompson, of Indian
apolis. Ind., is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. William Thompson. Mrs. Per
kins of North Nashville Is here visit
ing Airs. Mollie McGee on Colesburg
Road. Mr. Lee Long of Pittsburg, Pa.,
is with us visiting parents and friends.
Mr. William White, of Pueblo, Col., is
here visiting relatives and friends.
Miss F. Killian left Friday afternoon
for Nashville.. Rev. Hurd of St.
James A. M. E. Church, has return
ed from San Tilla. Mr. Samuel
Flowers of East Dickson, is able to be
out again after a weeks illness.
Merrs Flowers, Manning and others
made a fying trip to waverly. Fri
day afternoon. Mr. Scobe Thompson
returned Friday from Grand Lodge.
Odd Fellows, which met at Knoxville,
Tenn, he reports a pleasant time.
M'dme Caesar Porter, the well known
singer will visit Dickson, September
13 and 14.
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is in Memphis, spending a while with
her husband, Prof. J. H. Lynk. Little
Miss Evelyn Womble, is spending the
month of August in Newbern, Tenn.,
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'U:,1Urr' 1 n,t- Slhe
nrlnpinsit f tlio Illlnhnr
School, of Brownsville. Tenn., has re-
turned from Hampton Summer School
and the East, while in the East, he
v(oii,l tl,n fll,vino- riHe Pl-ilnrlpl. 1
phia, Pa., Atlantic City, N. J., New
York City. Niagara Falls, N. Y, Erie,
Pa., Cleveland, Ohio. Toledo, Ohio, De
troit, Michigan, and several points in
Canada. Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Grand
berry and Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Joseph
of Jackson, Tenn., en route to Mem
phis, spent a few hours in Browns
ville, last Wednesday.. Mr. Dorsi
Parker of Kansas City Kans., former
ly of Brownsville, has returned to his
home after spending more than a
week pleasantly with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Rieliard Parker, on Cherry
street. Dr. G. W. Atkins, the Agentry
Director of West Tenn., Standard Life
Insurance Company, is spending this
week in Brownsville, the pleasant
guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans.
Little Miss Evelyn Womble, is spend
ing the month of August in Newber.
the pleasant guest of Mrs. Willie Wal
ker, her aunt. Little Miss Velma
Parker of Memphis, has come to
er on Cherry street. The protracted
meeting is going on at Earn Creek,
so the teacher, Mrs. OUie (Reed)
Whitclow, is having a little vacation,
she motored to town a while Tuesday
o ft his week. Last Sunday, Dr. G. B.
McLain, Miss Lillie Currie, and Mrs.
E. J. Whitelow motored to Brown's
Creek. 12 miles east of Brownsville,
si ending the day. In the afternoon
they were joined by another auto
party, composed of Dr. and Mrs. J.
W. Evans and son, John Frank, Miss
Blanche Walker, Prof, F. E. Jeffries,
Messrs Earle Taliferro, John Stader
and E. J. Whitelow
At the close ot
the meeting those from Brownsville,
her home accompanied her to Mr. and
Mrs. George Gray's home, there a
most a elaborate six o'clock dinner
was served. This lovely home was
beautifully decorated with flowers of
! the season. T
The lovely hostess, Mrs.
j Lue Gray was assisted in receiving
her guest by her neice, Mrs. Jacob
Gray and Mrs. Ollie (Reed Whitelow,
1 he teacher of Crown Creek, Little
Miss Clady's Lynk accompalucd her
mother, Mrs. C. E. Yynk to Memphis.
Master Geo. Hockkins, one of luu
bar's most brilliant boys has gone to
Memphis for future residence, where
he plans to attend Howe Institute
another term. Mrs. Campbell of 711
Saxon Ave.. Memphis, en route home
from Humboldt, where she attended
the West Tennessee Association stop-1 Meharry, he won the careful consld
ped in ltrownsville. spending several erations of hls u'achers and class-
days the guest of Mrs. Victoria Estes.
Mrs. Lillie Williams is much improv
ed. Miss Esteila Richards of Jack
son, Tenn., spent Monday, the guest
of Miss E. M. Keed. of Park Ave.
Messrs John Currie. Oscar Davis and
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Dr. W. D. Claiborne, spent the week
.,.t i v.,,,,.,!,!., Tnn Mro i i
liloster of Memphis who is the guest
, , nor children. i)r. ami Wrs. C,
; ji0stvr spent
jve'ral days of 'last'?' , 8- w" nferrl by Columbia
the Association in j
Humboldt. Tenn. Rev. A. A. Parr was ,
at his post of duty Sunday after
spending the week in Humboldt. Rev.
Par was honored with the position of
Moderator of the Association for the
ensuing year. Rev. Farr is one of the
most progressive ministers of West
Tennessee. Mr. J. W. Leigh, the pres
ident of The Iiiipromement Society
also attended the Association. He is
quite an active worker in the various
departments of the church. Mr. Alex
Hill, the able superintendent of the
First Baptist Sabbath school also at
tended the Association in Huniboldt,
returning home Saturday afternoon,
he found his wife, Mrs. Ethel Hill
quite ill. We are glad to report her
convalescent at this writing. Mrs.
Hill has been indisposed for some
time. Master Isaac Holoway is out
after recent illness. Rev. Morgan
Holoway .attended the Assocaition in
Humboldt. Mesdames Kitty Taylor,
Millie Hotchkins, Temple Taliaferro,
Bertha (Divon) McLain, attended the
Association in Humboldt, last week,
also Messrs Lee Jones and J. I. Irv
jng and Prof. F. K. Jeffries and Prof.
H. A. Sloan. Mr. Richard Longlev,
who has been cuite ill for some time
is much improved. Master Aubrey
Parr, who has been quite ill for more
than a week is seriously ill at this
writing. Mrs. Beulah Turner spent
the week end in the Brown Creek
neighborhood, the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Boatwright. Mr. and Mrs.
Geo Reed and their little daughter,
Mae Bell, have been the pleasant guest
of Mrs. Bettie Ware. Rev. Thos. Ware
is spending the week in Stanton, as
sisting Rev. Jordon Watkins in his
meeting. The people's meeting en
tertained a large audience at Far
mer's Chapel on last Sunday evening
with a most excellent program. Mr.
C. J. Porter one of the progressive In
surance agents of our town is the
leader of this organization. Mr. Will
Grigley, is much improved. Misses
Joanna P. Manney and Mable Brooks,
have returned to their home in St.
Louis, after a stay of two weeks most
pleasantly spent in
Miss Alice Manney entertained a num-'0
ber of her friends with a whist game
on last Thursday evpninir in hnnriwn'ch SoeS to say
of her sister. Miss J. P. Mannev nnd
Miss Tirniilfa nf St T.nllla nnnninn- '
was also indulged until a" late hour
when a lovely ice course was serv
ed. On Monday of last week, Mrs.
Beulah Turner, entertained with an
elaborate dinner in honor of the visi
tors ot the city. The covers were laid
for Mrs. J. R. Gloster, of Memphis,
Misses J. P. Manney and Mable Brooks
of St. Louis, Mo., Misses Cora Sutton
aud Lucile Ryon of Memphis., Misses
Cora E. Sutton and Lucile Ryon ot
Memphis have returned home after
a two weeks stay pleasantly spent
with Mrs. Willie D. Powell Jarrett.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Gary lost their
little infant daughter, Friday, Aug.
17, 1917. Friends extend sympathy
to them, Mrs. J. R. Gloster of Mem
phis and her little son Hugh, were
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans
last Wednesday at High noon to
luncheon. The Farmer's Chapel Sum
mar Carnival, was largely attended
on Monday evening of this week at
the residence of Mrs. Lula Shaw ociporth Chattanooga Association.
Jefferson street. There were many While this is not one of the largest
features of amusement on the lawn,
The home and lawn, were tastefully
decorated with Japanese lanterns and
cut flowers. It was quite a success
in every way. Haywood County re
joices over the honor received by one
of her physicians in the person of
Dr. C. M. Gloster, who was appointed
First Lieutenant in the Medical sec
tion or the United States Officers Re
serve Corps. Dr. Gloster is one of the
most progressive physicians of West
Tennessee. He has quite an extensive
practice in Brownsville, his home
town. The many friends regret to
hear of the death of Dr. Samuel
Lewis, who departed this life recent
ly in East Tennessee. Dr . Lewis
practiced medicine in Brownsville for
about a year, where he made many
friends, who showed their loyalty to
him during his illness in Brownsville,
ere he left. Mrs. Anna Green, while
in Humboldt, attending the Associa
tion waB called home to the bedside
of her mother and sister, who are
psomzNT young man.
Who has recently finished a medi
cal course in Mehary Medical College,
class '17, is a Floridain by birth, a
prominent young minister, a careful
and deep thinker, positive in his ac
his college work in Columbia I'ni
tions, yet friendly. While studying
verslty, N. Y. City, making ready for
mates while there. He is a graduate
from that institution, also from the
Georgia State College, Savannah, Ga.
A Theological course from Edward
Waters A. M. E. College, Jacksonville.
Fla. A degree has been conferred
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lege for the most excellent work he
has done in the Christian ministry.
and his scholarly ability. A degree
work. lie has held honorable posi
tions in the states of Fla., Ga., and
Ala., for a short while, May 3, the
DR. M L. SPEARS,
degree ot M. D. was conferred upon
him by the Meharry Medical College,
of which institution he won for him
self a confidence of that great school.
He passed the Medical State Board
with one of the highest averages
During his four years of medical
preparation in Nashville, he pastored
the following churches: Scovel St.
in which church quite three-fourths
of a hundred members were added,
the greatest revival ever held in that
part of the city was held there. Dr.
Spears will never be satisfied until
he beats himself each year. He pas
tored St. James, East Nashville, in
which church new life was taken on,
and a great congregation was built
up. At present he is located on Ce
dar street, 418 Johnson Building,
a9 n careful practicioner of medicine.
e ,has, one of the 1)cst uttle
churches in the city, a popular church
Tne wishes Of his many friends
ar0 lnat HIS Will De a SUCCeSS. We
"sk,for him your patronage of which
he is worthy of your confidence.
When he was asked if he thought
it right to train himself and help
protect this country, he said at once;
"I will do what I am asked to do.
Obedience has gained for him a
place in the hearts of the high offi
cials: of his church and government.
When he was eighteen years old he
was appointed notary public by Gov.
Gennings of the state of Florida. In
that office he served well for two
years, but feeling he had a greater
calling, he continued to study. Now
his life is before us as a useful ser
vant for the whole people.
NORTH CHICKAMAUGA BAPTIST
Chattanooga, Tenn., August 17.
Among the meetings going on in this
city, is the North Chickauiauga and
associations in the state by all means,
it consists of the membership of some
of the best churches in the city. They
have been in session at the Prospect
Baptist Church this week. The As
sociation is presided over by Rev. E.
M. Moore as moderator. In connec
tion with this assoc-iation, there is a
Woman's Auxiliary, that holds forth
a part of its sessions. Among the
visitors to address the association, is
quite ill. Mrs. Campbell, of Memphis,
was the pleasant guest of Dr. and
Mrs. J .W. Evans, Monday of this
week after lunch in the afternoon
Dr. and Mrs. Evans complimented
their guest with a drive over the city,
who was much impressed with the
town. Stop! listen; Rev. Sutton E
Griggs one of the noted orators of
the race will lecture at the First Bap
tlst Church, Wednesday night, Aug
the 2!)th. Mr. Aubry Par, son of
Rev. Parr departed this life Aug 21
at 7, p. m.
Rev. Henry Allen Boyd, assistant
secretary of the National Baptist
Publishing Board located at Nash
ville, Tennessee. He was introduced
by the president of the. woman's aux
iliary in the afternoon and delighted
the audience with a talk on the con
structive work being done by the
Baptists throughout the country. He
received ahearty welcome at the hand
of the Association messengers. Rev.
Mr. Boyd was accompanied to the
meeting by Rev. M. I). Batson who
has onlv recently been called to the
Carter Street Baptist Church of this
Mrs. Cora E. Burke, Mrs. Eliza M.
McMillan and Mrs. Tennie H. Broyles
entertained the Grand Lodge Officers
and delegates of the Household of
Ruth on last Thursday evening at the
beautiful residence ot Mrs. Cora E.
Burke. The house was beautifully
decorated for the occasion. Music
was c-njoyed during the evening.
Frappe was dispensed by Misses
Edna Kinciad and Vida Hoard; at a
late hour a delicious ice course was
served. At 11:30 the guests began to
leave, each one expressing them
selves as having spent a pleasant eve
Mr. Thomas Sledd and ramily have
moved to Ohio', where Mr. Sledd has a
better position. Mr. Nolan Samuels,
and family are making Chicago. Ill
their home. They left Sunday. Mrs.
Henry Kivel and daughter, Mrs.
Ruby Owens have returned from
Chicago whore they visited relatives.
Mrs. Irvin Clark and family. Mr.
Plato Sneed Is back home from Chica
go. Mrs. Hirbernia Lunderman, has
reutrned from several weeks visit to
St. Louis and Chicago. Mrs. Anna
Curry is attending the K. of P en
campment in St Louis. The Railroad
Brakesmen, an organization of colored
breakeman, have opned an ice cream
parlor and lunch room in the Masonic
Temple building. They are appreciat
ing the patronage of everybody, re
gardless to the amount spent. Quite
a few people went on the excuslon to
Brookport, Sunday with the Masons
to witness a corner stone laying in
Brookport. The steamer City of
Ca'iro carried them. The Paducah
people, each week, are increasing
their appreciation for that good Ne
gro paper, the Nashville, Globe. Mr.
J. W. Seddon, the popular barber of
Tennessee, is giving his many friends
a smooth shave at his shaving parlor,
Ninth and Washington streets. Mrs
Ella Mae Rogers, Isaac S. Rogers, and
little Ceola Mae Rogers, W. B. Mar
tin, Will Dirk, Miss George Jones are
witnessing the K. of P. encampment
in St. Louis. Mo., Dr. S. H. George,
in company with friends of Hopkins
vill speeded to St. Louis in their
automobile. Attorney J. W. Egester,
and wife are visiting friends and re
lative In Indiana and Illinois In their
view of the country, they are to see St.
Louis, before returning home. Mrs.
Earing Young and children are at
home from an - extensive visit to
Southern Illinois. Rev. Jas E.
Rodgers, pastor of Seventh Street
Baptist Church, who-, married Mrs.
Sylvia Wiggins ot Oklahoma, was
given a grand reception at Seventh
Street Baptist Church, Wednesday
night by members of his congregation
and friends. Mrs. Lizzie Crops and
Mrs. Pearl Springer, both ot Union
City, . Tenn., are the welcome guests
of Mrs. Marshall Brown, 1237 Madison
street. The public is anxiously await
ing the return of the Rev. Henry A.
Boyd, of Nashville, Tenn. Rev. V. S.
Smith, Washington street Baptist
Baptist church's pastor, has returned
from the "green fields" of Virginia,
his native home. Sunday a large con
gregation and a heavy collection greet
ed Rev. Smith on his return.
Mr. John Green was host to a
beautifully planned party Wednesday
night in honor of Mrs Rankin Doyle,
ot Columbia. Games were indulged
in until eleven o'clock when ices and
soft drinks were served by Mrs.
Emma Carter and Miss Jennie Dar
den. The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Jackson Trabue, Miss Polly Ellis, Miss
Ruth Dyke, Miss Beatrice Ellis. Miss
Jennie Darden, Mrs. Emma Carter,
Mr. Hurley Dyke, Mr. Will Ellis and
Mr. Ben Frazier. Mrs. Doyle was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George
Rlndles, Sunday. They visitde Cooper
town In the afternoon. Mr. Gus Dar
den of Tut;nersvllle, went to Hum
bolt, last week as delegate to the
Benevolent Ordor. Miss Tillie Wil
liams is visiting relatives and friends
In Nashville. Miss Estell Burns has
returned from Nashville. Mrs. Lena
Ventry has returned to her home in
Clarksville after a pleasant visit to
her relatives. Mr. West Williams is
quite ill at his home. The Cumber
land River Association win convene
at Cedar Hill Thursday lasting four
days. It is expected that a large dele
gation will be present. Miss Clarinne
6ays a Glass of Hot
Water Every Morn
ing Before Break
fast Will Take Off
Fat If You Get
Bo Moderate in Your Diet and
Reduce Your Weight With
Lack of fresh air weakens the oxygen-carrying
power of the blood, the
liver becomes sluggish, fat accumu
lates and the actiou ot many of the
vital organs is hindered thereby. Thfl
heart action becomes wt.ak, work Is
an effort and the beauty of the figme
Fat put on by indoor life is un
healthy and if nature is not assisted
in throwing it oit by increasing the
oxygen-carrying power of the blood,
a serious case of pbesity may result.
When you feel tliat you are geitin.g
too stout, take the matter in hand at
once. - Don't wait until your figure
has become a joke and your Uealth
ruined through carrying around a bur
den of unsightly and unhealthy fat.
Spend as much time ns you possl
blv can in the open air; breathe deep
ly and get from any druggist a box of
liissco, take a glass of hot water
every morning before breakfast men
take tassco after each meal and at
Weigh yourself every few days and
keep up the treatment until you are
down to normal. Tassco is absolute
lv harmless, is pleasant to take, helps
the digestion and is designed to In
crease the oxygen-carrying power of
Even a few days' treatment should
show a noticeable reduction in
weight. There is nothing better tor
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Dip:, 4 2; i 5iS South Franklin strMt, Cnieag.e
rwrion nnd Mr. John Terrv will go as
delegates from Antloch Baptist
niiiii,h or Tnrnersville. Misses Mat-
tie Gee and Santa Fe Williams had
as their guests Sunday, Georgia Ann
vm-thins'ton. Miss Ellen Northlngton,
Miss Beatrice Darden, Miss Bell Dar
den, Mr. Gus Darden, Mr. Henry hius.
The annual meeting is in session at
Coopertown. Sunday was a big day
There were people present from all
parts of the country also Nashville
and Springfield. Mrs. Ann Terry of.
Springfield, spent Saturday and Sun
day at Wessyington. Mr. Gabe Wash
ington, Mrs. Emma Carter, Miss Jen
nie Darden, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wash
ington, Mr. John Green, Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Zack
Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Demps Tribue
and Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Tribue and
Miss Lucy Tribue all went to Cooper
town Sunday. Mr. John Phillips and
Mrs. Lady Terry went to Coopertown
Dr. J. P. Hickman has a new born
son, Richard Edward, Mother and son '.
are doing nicely. Mrs. A. Patton Is
sick, but better at this writing. Mrs.
Rose Ella, who has been sick for two
vears Is able to be out again. Miss
L. Butler, 427, Front street has been
very ill, she is better a tthis writing
Mrs. Charles Butler, has returned
from Indianapolis, Ind. Miss Lizzie
Butler is visiting her brother at Mem
phis. Quite a large crowd left here
on the excursion to Chattanooga. The
Nashville Globe is growing rapidly
in our town. See Rev. J. W. Butler,
the agent. Miss Nora Barton has been
sick, she is up again. Miss Nora
Jordan, who has been visiting her sis
ter and mother who are ill has return
ed to Nashville again. Miss Mary
weatherly spent Sunday in Chatta
nooga, visiting her brother. Mr. Wil
lie king spent Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. Bob Jordens at 4216
Sevlor street. Yard topic premiums.
Mrs. Annie V. Burch, of Nashville,
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