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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 24, 1917.
CtNDIDATU l Olt
Commissioner of Streets, Sewers and Sidewalks
Krspectfully Solicits your support and inflneure
tint illness. Mrs. M. F. Riley and lit-j FOOD CONSERVATION KEY TO
tie daughter, Miss Ruth, is with1 V1TT,V
iiiou.. in Columbia. Mrs. Lilllc! VllUiwX.
Crowder was the guist of Mrs. Geor- -
feia Mins Buiuruaj. .miss isessie -nn,', i T-
i,....,.,.. ....... D.i i,h Daniel i iceman tomms io
UVIIIIOUU IIUJ IVIUIlll.il IIUIII lllllltlllUl'U'
based upon TWENTl YliAHS active
experience as a Contractor in these
particular lines. x
If elected I pledge my ucdividsd personal attcntiou to
ward aa Economical Administration of the office.
Is visiting at l'leasani Shade this
week her cousin, Mrs. Laura Cie;,-:
cry. Mcsdumes Dave Allen, Sammie
L. Ross, Mattie Allen, Mrdiio l'ri.le, j
Annie Hughes, llatlio Cowan, Dar-I
Ihulia Payne, Miss Joslo Kva Allen, I
Messrs. C. E. S. Payne, Herman Cow-1
?,n'Slltyne,."Ur,Men.d tUoj entertained while in tho by.
utii i uiu run. .urs. nave mien en
tertained several friends last evening
In honor of her niece, Mrs. Samniie L.
Uoss, of Nashville.
Mrs. Earl Harris Is visiting friends
In Chattanooga. Mrs. llertha Good
ner has returned home from duelli
ng, lnd. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Mills
and family have moved to Nashville.
Mrs. Berllia Hughes was the after
noon guest of Mrs. N. E. McGregor
h i nlny. The musical recital givea
by Mr. B. M. Young and Mr. Senter
01 A. and 1. State Normal, was quit.
a success. Mr. Young is of this place
and he is always ready and willing to
l.elp i'ickett Chapel. We hope to
have Mr. Young and Mr. Senter come
.. -.;uin soon. We s.iall not soon forset
their beautiful voi.es. Mr. James Mc
Gregor and little daughter, Kdna
eo. snout Sunda at Sihyr Springs
with his sister, Mrs. Bettio Beard
Mr. Win. Seay has bought out Mr.
thilluiMi' i:irr .it the limler k i n lt
establishment and is being conducted j
Ly Mr. Wm. Seay only. Miss Man 1 j
Woodfolk of Kansas City, Mo., is with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan
Caruthors, this week. Dr. and Mrs
' 1 . M. Milbr of N'ashvill" motored to
Lebanon Sunday and were the guests
f Mrs! Miller's sister. Mrs. Sam
Crowder; in the afternoon the
' olMi-cd to Item'1, a-eonmanii'd by lit
tie C'laudie anil Russell Crowder. Tin"
many friends of Mrs. Be-tie Shorter
I Johnson will regret very much tr
learn of the dentil of her little son at
Chattanooga. Mr,. W. II. Adams is
v illi friends in Nashville this work
Mr. W. T. McCIain of OS Robertson
tveet, Nashville, was wi'h friend',
here Sunday nad Monday. Miss
Frances Whi'ti'o Is visit in-' In Nash
ville. Miss Whit'ho is being highly
K. J. Guthrie, district superintendent,
"reached Stindav morning imd nlnrht
His sermons were very touchin1-'. The
sneranient was given and about sixty
to.ik Hie Lord's Supper. We hope to
have our district superintendent to
return to ns another year. Bev. Hamp
ton of Nashville is conducting a series
of meetings for Bev. W. If. Adams
Negro's Duty t3 America in Wo:'..i
Wide Struggle for liberty.
CAMPAIGN OF EDUCATION !
AMONG 10,000,000 COLORED
Washington's Coratrtial leader Im
presses Uia'.anooga Iileetm;r oi
Easiness League &s Special Repre-;
sentative of Federal Government
Tail for President of Hampton In
stitute President Speaks Out
Against luo'o Violence Colored
Tiocps to Go Eouih.
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IL?i-l'.-' .-r-s:)j: 3tv V,1WrUfc,
NEGRO FA2M AGENTS DOING
THEIR SHARE TO WLN THE
D3 W HAVE KiDHEY
REV. WOODEEY'S MEETING.
wife of Rev. D. T. Burch, pastor of
Seay Chapel, who formerly pastored
Key Memorial Church, this city is
here with Mrs. Ida M. Whitfield, 420
E. State street. Mrs. Burch, who
recently under went a' serious opera
tion at Dr. McMillins' hospital, is
here for .. a rest from home and
church cares, an dto regain her
strength. Her many friends are glad
to see her looking so well, conider
ing.her condition. Mrs. Estella M.
Butler was at home Sunday, her school
is very large, eighty-five on roll. Mr.
Pupin Childres has gone to Lawrence
burg to hold a ten days meeting Mr.
Mancy Lixon, is up and out again.
Mrs. Naney Clark is better at this
writing. Mr. John Grisham died on
the 13th. His funeral was attended
by Rev. T. A. Brown, and H. M.
Burns, of Nashville, quite a large
crown in attendance. Mrs. Florence
Kibble, was in town last Saturday,
from Little Hope, where she is teach
ing school. MiBS Annie Smith was
nome rrom Fausterville and left Mon.
day. Mr. Rynie Bass made a trip to
Chattanooga and returned Mondav.
Miss Otha Jennings is better at this
Mrs. Wiley Nelson of South Nash
ville is visiting Mrs. Dave Allen of
this place. An auto party composed
oS Mesdames Dave Allen, Mollle
Pride, Wiley Nelson, Sammie L. Ross,
Darthula Payne, Virginia Manning,
Rosie Christian Anderson, Misses
rena Allen and Anderson, Messrs. C.
E. S. Payne, Ben Christian. Blanche
Munday, Robert Woods, Master J. W.
Lillard, Johnnie Lee Allen. The par
ty was given in honor of out of town
guests. i.Mra. Anderson of Scottsville,
Ky., aud two daughters and son were
visiting Mrs. Mollie Pride. Miss Irena
Allen visited home folks the week
end. She reports her school is doing
tine. Prof. 0. E. S. Payne opened his
school at this place this week. Prot.
C. E. S. Payne was in Nashville Men
day on business. Mrs. Sammie L.
Ross has returned from Pleasant
Shade visiting her cousin. She is at
the home of Mrs. Dave Allen. Mrs. Sam
mie L. Ross of South Nashville, who
Is vjsiting her aunt, Mrs. Dave Allen
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Washington, 1). C, August il
Accordnig to authentic reports
growing out of the lMhViniual meet
ing of the National Negro Business
League, just ciosd at Chattanooga,
lenn., tin; 'stand-out feature of tbe
occasion was the impressive presenta
tion ot tiie subjoci of "i-'oud Conser
vation," brought toiho attention of
the League and its thousands of fol
lowers by Mr. Daniel Freeman, a well
known business man of this city, and
for many years president of the local
branch of the National Negro Busi-
Tho duty of the preachers to apply
the teachings of Christ and the Iiible
to the present war was, c!;:ir!.' and
vigorously set forth by Rev. (',. W.
Wnodbey l:-st Sunday i-ft-r:i'.n in
hi i s, ri;uii. I only wi.-'i t'rn the
miasist. rs of the e i- h.'d be, n on
hand in force. He s!;oe:l that the
I'.iUe is a living I ":o'.v. only bi-caue
it. has a mr.-'sa :e for the nations of
tb? world for every crisis that may
arise. This wv.r has been penile l
out I - Join in l: V"1 ilions. Tat li
we ar.; told, first be:;, in in heaven,
from which i'.;.co Satan and his host
of confederates were cast out. War,
he declared, wis the outcome of vio
lations of Cod's law, which brought
a contliet. Physical force is man's I
method of attempting to settle things,
which in ages past Cod allowed man ,
to fully try out. The Jews carried
By Clement Richardson.
Tuskegee Institute, Ala.
August 17. 1917.
"What are you doing to help win
the war?'" This Is the query which
District Agent T. M. Campbell sent
nut over Alabama to the Negro V. S.
: Kami Demonstration Agents and
! Club workers, under the Smith-Lever
i et From evtrv worker encourag
1 ing reports come back. T. H. Toodle,
Dallas County Agent, launched gar
den campaigns, taught fruit and vege
table drying and canning, ana taugnt
remedies for treating sick poultry
F. L. Bennett, another agent in
'Wiicox County, where the 1'oods
brought total de.-trnc! ;o i to food
croos last year, this w.r ' re.s-
...1 fniwl i-rnna wit 1 tMe l"si ll ill
Wilcox, has the cre-it v-t ciI'oo'a in
its history for a big corn crop,
people in this county are now
It. V. Hill. Mad'soil C
Si&S CF DAKCER
;' all I'
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DR. THOMAS W. STRINGER,
Founder and First Supreme Chan
cellor. Major General and Staff 1915-1917.
nati, where she was the guest of hen of the A. M. E. Church. Mr. Charlie
aunt, Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Katie Mar-I Johnson of Nashville was in Lebanon
tin and little daughter, Catherina, are with his brother, Mr. Willie Johnson
with friends in Gordonsville. Thev
will also visit New Militon before
they return home. . Miss Rebecca
Bloodworth of Chattanooga is the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Boxie T'aj
lor. Mr. Montel Proctor has returned
home from Nashville where he has
been engaged in the Boy Cadet Band.
Rev. D. W. Bloodworth of Chattanoo
ga is expected to be with friends here
next week. Lebanon certainly feels
proud to have with them Rev. Blood
worth. Rev. E. J. Guthrie held his
fourth quarterly conference at Pickett
Chapel Friday evening, August 17th,
which proved to be quite a success.
Miss Laura Young left Thursday for
her home in McMinnville. She was
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. S. L. B.
Turner. During.her stay she was ex
tensively entertained with card par
ties, dinners, teas and auto parties
She reported a delightful time. Mr
many friends of Mr. Wm. Seay will
1 egret very much to learn of his pres
t T x i j
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ne.-,s i.eague. .ir. I reeman has re- carried on warsonly because Cod at
turned from the Chattanooga confer-'1'11" made them the executors of his
ence bubbling over with enthusiasm vengeance on a wicked people. But
for the cause which carried him there il'l tllia waH t0 ,ilst un,il Christ, the
and reports that the meeting ranked j Shiloh, came. Who said. "Love your
with thevery best the Business League ;elloni' I (1( K"r,(l to ,n-!,t sI,il-
has held in any section of the coun-ifu'-v U!;e '"" Christ also said he
try since its formation at Boston in came not to bring pea'-e but a sword.
iuo. Air. Freeman is a nioiiPPr in tho "ui "e (tin noi lnienu inai ins ioi-
food an.l feed in adition to wiin-'i
has inoculated :!1S hogs f'r chol
i and vai-ciiia.t'.d 270 caltic f.-r
N. .luanita Coleman. t:o:.ie
Dcinonstration Agent, is working a
moug the farm women teaching them
to can, sew, preserve and keen house;
is is also Miss Susan T. Whitfield.
Indeed the work of women agents
often brines more immediate results
than the work of the men, due to
the fact that actual returns cau be
had on a given operation in one, les
son, while tthe men have to wait
sexeral months before they can con
vince their pupils.
Hogs and poultry have been great
ly increased in Halo and Marengo
Counties by the work of Agent P. J.
Brown. The teaching of shallow
cultivation in Greene County by
Agent J. D. Barnes saved me corn
Backache, dizziness and headache,
with "specks before the eyes. Irregu
lar heart action and liver trouble.
The severity of the earl y""Ptom
depending upon the amount of pois
ons which the kidneys have allowed
to remain in the system.
ching Pains over Hips. Backache,
Sediment on Deposit in
laiion of the Bladder, Pain in I rlnat-in'-'.
Rheumatism I uric acid in blood).
uduen Stoppage of Urine l.ishly -colored
or mllklv white prme. I ass Blood
.... m ,.,. in Trine, l eientioa ot Lrme.
"is raining after Inna'lag. Th
i a J, rvir.e. Stone v the Idadder,
t-vsiitis i inflammation of bladder) Ca
Un'h f liladder or Bowels. Puthnesji
Kx es orai ious .pi"--'
Stone, cravei. ram
ollen llKles, inilliueu -i.
1,,-f.o-n i v., F.ves, Scanty
i-i-ectient i'a'U. Month Dry,
oe'sness, Dribbling. Lumbago, loss
the i uiuuKi,
oik oi tne league and from the out- 'owers suouui use ... ; ,1,,,-ing the dry weather. Agent
set has been regarded by the founder, t0 "1ut tho swonl in, ''s ,1?,,oaf' ( D Mcnagce in Lee County taught
Booker Washington, as natural leader and he that fights with it shall per- . tors t0 ,)ick p "Squares" and
of and official spokesman for the col-!ish bv ll- This, said the preacher, ' . , llGstrov tne stalks,
ored commercial interests of the na
tion s capital.
FOOD CONSERVATION HOLDS
KEY TO VICTORY OVER GERMANY.
i has been literally fulfilled in the his
tory of the great warrin
the past, such as Greece, Home and
Egypt; and the same thing faces the
nations that take the sword today
unless they turn to the Christ meth
od. Follow Christ's teachings and
There cannot bea war for defense.
The Old Testament says, "Thou shalt
not covet anything that is thy neigh
Bringing patriotism down to stub-
born facts, Mr. Freeman, without re
course to oratorical flourish, but in ... : ...r . ..'.... " . to 10 ner cent more
simple, straightforward and convinc-1 uor 8' ?"u , .l . u i good gardens 8 to 10 months in the
ing language, pointed out that the con- 4;; 7C " ... ... ,.... .
X UUL IIIU lilolib f,itn wilt
.1 .!.,, tha r.enn fmill ttlP llflU
Hlf,.nu ,,f UIU ".M mv- t-i.-i' -
nations ot , ., ,. , ,.,, iu
weevn. .umwici, ima .o
ing an unprecedented prosperity to
his county. In Lowndes County
Agent N. L. Johnson reports an in
crease in production of from 5 to 100
per cent more corn per farm, GO to
T.a nor cent more sweet potatoes, 100
to 300 per cent more velvet beans, 76
servatlon of food holds the key to
victory over Germany and illustrated
in his own original way the countless
the violation of these
teachings of Christ.
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channels in which the colored people in(lt Vn,,w his tenrhimrs thev must !
take the consequences. As a con-,
of thecountry, from the wealthiest
to the humblest, could be of vital as-
sitance to America and the allies in
this titanic struggle for world de
mocracy. The general government re
cognized the value of the Negro
help in this work by sending Mr.
Freeman to the Chattanooga confer
ence of the business chieftains of the
nation as tho special representative
of the food administration, under the
direction of the Hon. Herbert C.
Hoover and Dr. Ray L. Wilbur, to lay
the matter properly before the color
ed people of the land. The wisdom
spicuous example for the preachers
to follow, he pointed out the example
of Elijah's attack upon the adminis
tration of Ahab. How Amos stirred
the nations in his day. How Jeremi
ah was imprisoned because he de
nounced his own people when the
soldiers of Nebuchadnezzar were thnn
dering at the gates of the city. How
Daniel violated the Persian law and
went into the den of lions. And fi
nally how Christ after declaring that
the Scribes and Pharisees sat in
Mose's seat, administering the gov
or tne selection ot Mr. freeman was ernment. He denounced them with
emply demonstrated by the able ad-ltne most masterly piece of invective
dress delivered at the Friday after- ever mit fnt0 ny laneuate. ancient
noon session of the Business League
and the rapt attention which it com
manded at the hands of the audience
which crowded the Lyric Theater to
the doors, Mr. Freeman's personal
success as a commercial force gave
But you should not fail to hear
him in his next sermon at the beauti
ful Lincoln Theater on Cedar Street,
these striking applications of the Gos
pel will ho applied to the burning
vear. Agent J. m. iweriiuison ui
1,1 1 . ivime, 1m n,lflil1nn In nrc-
flMirl'lll'dlll.ll ItilllOOIlIU VVlllll..' - 1
iZ TS filing on the farmers has all of the
.SCgrO HCIIOOIM IWMI tlimviiva
ting in his food production move
ments. A feature of these replies was the
report of Agent Harry Simms who 1h
conducting the Movable Schools for
Negro fanners, their wives and chil
dren. Selecting seed com from the
stalk, specimen hogs to teach the
men and crocus sack rugs, canned
goods and the like for the women,
he, with his helpers, gives concrete
lessons of the good and the bad in
farming and in farm life. Moreover
he takes un in detail the question of
health, discussing the use of ototh
brushes, screens, more than one room
houses to live in, white wash, paint,
toilets, especially sanitary toiletea
Backward in health protection is
Greene County, where he held one of
his Bchools, all farmers promised to
take steps towards correcting these
weaknesses immediately. Indeed
one or two built sanitary toilets dur
ing the weekly session of the school.
him warrent to speak with authority, questions each Sunday afternoon at
and his well-known influence in the three o'clock. Next Sunday's suh-
of Sycamore street, Sunday. Rev. M
F. Riley preached at Sugar Flat Wed
nesdiy night. The old folks' concert
under the management of Mrs. A. L.
Anderson was postponed until next
Tuesday night, August 2Sth, on ac
count of the revival services at W. If
Adams' church. The M. E. Methodist,
people are now very busy preparing
for their closing rally the fourth Sun
day in September. Sunday was a
great church-going day and Pickett
Chapel M. E. Church felt more than
proud to have so many of the Holi
ness people with them. We hope they
will come again. Miss Ora Dee Crow
der and Mrs. Cartmell are in r ash
villo attending the Holiness meeting.
Mrs. Myrtle Hancock, Misses Laura
'Jostick and Rosle Harris are sick.
Miss Rebecca Bloodsworth spent
Tuesday at Gcllwood. Jon the Cbbe
readers. Don't borrow the neighbors'
paper any longer, but let me leave you
a Globe at your house ach oaturday
only 5c per copy.
Andrew J. Anderson, agent.
Mrs. P. R. Patton of Bellemeade
spent the week-end with her sisters,
Mrs. J. D. Clemmons and Mrs. T. F.
Patton. Mrs. R. P. Patton was enter
tained with a dinner Thursday after
noon by her sister, Mrs. J. D. Clem
Bions. Those seated around the table
Aero Mrs. R. P. Patton, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Clemmons, Mrs. T. F. Patton
and Mr. H. E. Burleson of Greenwood,
en routo to Evansville. Mrs. J, D.
Clemmons and Mf' Marshall Scales
left Sunday ni.ght for Humboldt as a
delegate for the Benevolent Order
No. 25. We all are wishing them a
financial, fraternal and educational
circles in the nation's capital, as well
ps his official status conferred by the
federal government, gave his utter
ances the weight demanded by the
acute situation that confronts the
country at this time.
ject will be "Feasts of Belshazzars of
the past and present."
DIED LN NEW MEXICO.
Mr. Frank Mills of liilti eu'erson
street received the sad intelligence
THE NEGRO'S RESPONSIBILITY Tuesday morning that his son, liow
IN THE WAR CRISIS. I ari, was leai'- Young Mills was a
I member of Co. "C" -4th Infantry and
Mr. Freeman, after analyzing the ! )vas stationed at Columlms New Mex
necessity for the full use of every ". ' ' s " ' , , . ,
. ,!. ,.f ti,t i, Nashville for burial. Howard
irniillit:c HJI UlC l linn imi- , . , ,
TRIBUTE TO DR. T. B. SPENCER.
Dr. Spencer's life storv is a verv
I interesting one. since it clearly shows
wnar a hoy lull of purpose, determi
nation and grit can make out of him
self. He was born and reared In
McMinnville. His parents died when
he was quite young and he was left
on the world a lielpless orphan boy.
At the age of 8 he hired to Dr. Jas.
P. Bostick and lived with him until
he was 2d years of age. He dis
charged every duty with great faith
fulness and always manifested much
gratitude towards Dr. Bostick. He
graduated from the high school in
McMinnville among the leaders in his
class and decided to take up the
study of medicine. He borrowed
enough money to tide him over one
year's expenses at a'time and worked
during vacation and paid back each
year the money he had borrowed. He
snent four years in Meharry -Medical
College in Nashville and graduated
with honor. He began the practice
of his profession in Tullahoma, where
he gained the confidence and respect
of all who knew him. Dr. Snencer
ROBERT R. JACKSON,
Major, Genr W. R.
tie for liberty, impressed upon his
hearers that the real object of tho
food administration was to try to or
ganize all the people of the United
States in the conservation of food
stuff. He stressed and particularized
the fact that food conservation clubs
should be arranged for among the col
ored people in schools, churches, busi
ness fraternities. commercial and
women's clubs, and stated plainly1
that there was something that the
humblest Negro could do.
"With the shortage of food abroad,
with tho partial failure of transpor
tation, the shortage of labor, and the
present abnormal world condition fac
ing us on every hand,," said Mr.
Freeman, "Each one of us has a new
responsibility. As a tenth part of
the American body politic, the col
ored people must do our share in
the work of conserving the food sup
ply for the good of our country and
in aid of our allies. We can do this
if we save and do not waste. It will
require our careful thought three
times a day. Not only must we eat
carefully the products of the day, but
we must preserve the perishable and
fruits that are now so abundant.
Soldiers cannot fight unless they are
He urged a systematic campaign
against gopher, rats mice and in
sects, and declared that the unescap
able question was "Will each one do
his duty? Will each of us do out
bit?" The call was an impressive one
and Mr. Freeman's graphic analysis
of the plan and its method of appli
cation provoked a discussion in which
all of the speakers and questioners
evinced an anxiety to know just how
to proceed and the agencies through I
which they could work to the best!
unanimously pledging the moral sup
port of the members ot the League
and pleading with the Negroes of the
country Men, women and children
to obey the behest of the government
in this matter. Food conservation is
patriotism and it is self-protection.
Mr. Freeman's constructive activi
ties in the cause do not end with his
special detail to Chattanooga. He will
continue to work with a geyeral
committee, formed by tho Hoover
commission, to. organize and conduct
the food conservation campaign
among the 10,000,000 colored citizens
of the Republic. Mr. Freeman has
made an auspicious opening for the
cause and be is to be congratulate 1
Lis remains will be brought to
had many friends here who will sin
cerely regret his death. -The particu
lars of his demise are not available.
rlin Pal". Waxy ant ii. '''
M.rle Test for Kidney Disease.
Kill a boCic with urine; let it staml
for Wlw hour: if there is a sed 1
,' ont or c-lomliness of any kind you
;vo kidney or bladder trou ,le anrt
vou should begin Piking KnN
treatment today. Don delay until
,e .lipase is too far nlvnrool
" . . U ,.-f.r. lu nut un in aOc and
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Free Kidneco Coupon.
This Coupon with Ten Cents in Sil
ver for I-ostoge c - eco
er to one 2ac 1 at Kae ui
M The Kidneco
N., G. & ST. L. IIY.
(April 15, 1917.)
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VISITORS AT FRANKLIN.
A delightful afternoon was spent at
the home of .Mrs. Lucinda Cliffe Sun
day, August 11, 11)17. The guest list
Included Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. An
derson, of Nashville, the grandchildren
of Mrs. Cliffe, Mrs. George '.1. Wil
kins, of Louisville, Ky.; Miss Ruth M
English, a noted school teacher oi
Nashville. Mr. James A. Cliffe and
Mr. J. B. Cliffe, of Franklin.
At-an early hour a delicious dinner"
was served which was enjoyed by all.
The guests left late in the after
noon. Joe Cliffe, Jr., cousin of Mrs.
Anderson, vent to the city with them
to spend several days.
!' " Trifir --r w til-
rr" if'.' -.f- r' . Jg T iif.
Uuily except Sunday
nitv Ticket Office, corner
street and .Fourth avenue.
Phones Main 422 and Main 4.3.
Louisville & Nashville K. K.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
(Effective 11:69 P- m. May ti, 1917.)
Louts. & Cincinnati. 3:10 am
Louis. & Cincinnati. 8:05 am
Louis, i Cincinnati. 8:30 pm
Louisville Aecom. a12:05 pin
Kvans. & Chicago. .'8:00 pm
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I.'.VUIIK. CIliCilKO. . .
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Kvans. & ft. Louis.
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7:43 am 8:25 pm
3:20 am 2:30 am
Kvans. & St. Louis.. S:oo pm :4 am
rnr & N. Orleans. .8:30 am 7:40 pm
11 rm li Mentgom.-rv!l:05 pm 6:a0 am
V Hh! & iVc. a.-cn.ri.S:r. pm 1J:10 jm
lleplilnsville Arco. aB:00 pm 9.55 enj
; olu'bia & Mt. l'lcas.'S: ,0 pm 10 10 am
Colunibla & Tuscinn.' , :P. am 6 50 pm
ash. & Clarks, Acca !4:10 pm 8:20 am
Dixie Limited discontinued.
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l lll I MIll 4.
7:45 nm a pm
2:o5 pin V
8:10 mil 9:25 am
4:45 pm ......5:6b pm
lially. IDally except Sunday.
nStep at North College St. Station.
City Ticket ottlce, 22t Fourth Ave., a.
Phones, Minn iuim aim tova.
MRS. C. A. CURL,
Supreme Worthy Register of Deeds.
Jasper, Tenn., Friday evening. Mrs.
t i MrKtrnv. is at. home again after
Mr. Speaker Lane -died Saturday and h'avjns i,en gone for several weeks
was burled Sunday. Rev. Forest ! 0n an eastern missionary tour. Little
held his quarterly meeting at th e.M. E. j Miss Elizabeth Eldridge. is a regular
Church Sunday. Mr. J. D. Martin ; reader ot the Globe. Mrs. Lillie Cox
and Rev. F. A. Hatcher and wife were is frequently seen visiting friends on
in Jasner Sunday afternoon. Rev. Jasnor pike. Tho captains of the
Luther WIndom held his regular ap- j clubs are looking forward to the ral
pointment in Dunlap Sundayj Rev. I ly on the 3rd Sunday in September,
WIndom is doing a good work there. ! Rev. and Mrs. Martin are living hap-
Undertaker Wilkerson and family pily in the cozy little parsonage of
GrOWS Lout, Soft & Silky
which ia a Hair Crowor and stops fall
ing hair, removes danilruff, cleans and
feeds the scalp and makes the hair grow
very fast. This is necessary before short
nappy, kink v hair can be made siruii;ht
and lonit. Try a box. Pries 25c by
mail on receiptof stamps or coin.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
Writ Tor Particulars
EXILENTO MEDICINE COMPANY
an i nil a in n,i, ,rir-
went to victory Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie the Baptist Church. Mrs. W. J
invested his monev wisely and had ac-1 upon the intelligent, aggressive and; Tate wa9 visiting in Jasper Sunday. I Astrapp and Miss Verrah Robinson
' I ., . 1 , . 1 .1 . 1. lf. T7, . OI .1.1.,, ...nn .1... nl-tn. 1 ..... , !,,, n Itinl. ,1 -nnnnlnlrlni,
cumulated a great sum.
productive Gorvice rendered the nation I Mr. Fred Shockley who teaches at j are kept busy in their dressmaking
! and the race at Chattanooga. ' Whiteside, was seen en route -home, shop, call and see them.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to the many
friends and acquaintances who so
kindly assisted and sympathized with
us during the illness and death of
our beloved son and brother, 3. C.
Thompson, Jr. , also for the many
beautiful floral offerings. We draw
comfort from the Giver of all good,
who in His wisdom saw fit to Increase
the heavenly host at our loss. We
humbly bow our hearts in submission
to his will.
J. C. Thompson, Father.
F. A. Thompson, Mother.
H. T. Thompson, Sister.
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