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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY OCTOBER 19. 1917.
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Ever Woman Should Use
Town Talk Tablets for Comfort
Woman that thin ni tmritm.
chaated. sunken-cheeked who r inn.
lag fleeh, cant sleep, have foul breath.
had taste In the mouth, who worry.
irci, nave nysteria and crying spells,
ana are all run down, have ailments
produced by a diseased or Impoverish
ed condition of the blood. Their poor
bodies need nourishment. Town
Talk Tablets cure all these symptoms
as If by magic. They cure th nnrinri.
dlcal sufferings that are peculiar to
wuuwa. u maKes them healthy and
nappy. Decause it puts new life Into
their system, new energy Into their
veins, which nourishes the lungs, the
heart, the kidneys, stomach, bowels
and other organs. Here Is a woman
who has passed through the suffer-
mar. mousands of women just
.D experiencing. Mrs. N. A
T"or a long time I was In -a ter
rible run-down condition with female
rouble, which my physicians called
lifferent names. I suffered terribly
it periods, and could get no relief. I
heard of Town Talk Tablets, which
i number of my neighbors were tak-
Mrs. Andrew Jackson of Buffalo, baptising and a rally. . Four captains
N. V., spent the week end with her made .the race In this rally. Mrs.
nelce, Mrs. Doyle. Mrs. Jackson Sarah Robinson, No. 1, $23.21; Mrs.
left Sunday tor Nashville for an in-. Mary Grimes, No. 2, $13.60; Mrs.
definite stay. Mrs. Leslie Warner, 'Ola Churchwell, No. 3, $9.79; Mrs.
(white) Nashville, chairman of one Ethel Culpt. No. 4. $9.40. total
'of the National Defense Clubs ad- $55.80. Rev. Barham has proven
dressed a large audience of women himself a good pastor, a gospel
In the First Methodist Church, preacher and a Christian gentleman,
(white) last Wednesday. A delega- He has now gone to the annual con
tion of colored women was asked to ference which convenes at Tullaho
be present. Several of the churches; ma. We hope tor his return to us.
sent representatives. Mrs. C. H. jThe Rev. W. E. Edwards, pastor of
Boone, Mrs. C. 0. Hunter and Mrs. the A. M. E. Church is also making
A. T. Morrell from St. Paul, Miss a good closing. The children's en-
CRADUATES FROM UNIVERSITY
OF OREGON LOW SCHOOL.
Portland, Oregon, October 15.
Eugene Minor, a young colored man
of exceptional brilliance, has graduat
ed in the class of '17 of the Universi-
y or Oregon Law school. He was i
among the students who recently took
the bar examination at Salom for ad-1,
mission to the courts of the State. i
gaining In strength and flesh every Alary Ellen Urown trom the Holiness W. 11. B.irhum is assisting Mrs. Ida Mr. Minor Is 27 years of age. He'
day. There is certainly nothing made 'Church. Mrs. Sarah Hughes mostJone3 in sewing. Crops are hue. , attended the public schools of this ei'y
that can enual Town Talk Tahla a ; beautifully and bountifully enter- Cotton picking jl per hundred, work ! and Hills Military Academy. In 1910
Park Avenue, Brockton,j$1.00 a bottle. Mailed by Home Ue- !tiined tn0 Leading Star Circle at plentiful. Mr. Jessie Mayberry and j he entered the service of the Portland
iiet Laboratories, Boston, Mass. j iner nome on tast bin street, octouer , miss Larnee urauiey marrieu ai uauway, Light and Power Company!
ing, every one of whom had some
;ood report to make about them, so Alice Joice from St. John, Mrs. Dotie
I got a bottle. They helped me at! ' Merrill lrom the Episcopal, Mrs.
nce, so I got another. After the 'Anna Anderson and Mrs. Janie
iecond the pains left me, and my old ! Mason from Presbyterian and Mrs.
leriodical Buffering came no more. I IMattie Braden and Miss Susie Beas
kept at it, taking several bottles, but lev from First Baptist. Mrs. Louise
iow am entirely cured. I do my own Huford and Mrs. E. L. Peacock from
vork. and never have a Dain. I am Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church, Mrs,
velope rally at St. James M. E.
Church was a success. There was a
watch given to the bojr having the
largest amount in his envelope.
Cherry Puck, having $2.25 was de
clared the largest and received
! the watch. Tuthena Spears having
$1.25 received a bracelet.. Mrs. J.
Rer. R. Kemp, D. D.. Secretary of
the Foreign Mission Board will pi
lot Dr. Jones throughout the state.
It was not given out Just what points
will be visited first, but arrange
ments are being bade for a whirl
wind campaign, the results of which.
It is predicted, will be seen at the
state convent on which Is to meet at
Columbia, in November.
Dr. H. A. Floyd, our very efficient
interne, is a live wire.
Mr. Paul Bryant of Atlanta," Ga.,
member of the Junior Class of Me
harry. Is back This Is Mr. Bryant's
second year with us. He Is very
popular with the entire force.
Dr. I. A. 'White, of Jacksonville,
Fla., left for home Saturday night,
having recovered from an operat ou
three weeks ago.
Mrs. Carter Tisdall of Russelrvllle,
Ky., patient of Dr. U. S. Porter, is
Miss MatUe Richards and Mies Ivy
D. Wyatt are recovering treat recent
Mrs. Clara Fergusoa art
"youns son," Alvln Jr, aavs setarn
Miss Ella Alexander ! Msrfrees
boro was with ua one week recap-
Our surpeon-ln-chief spent Monday
la Memphis with Dr. J. T. Wilson,
who is celebrating the opening el his
Miss Camile Fleniming has re-i the residence of Mrs. Ida Jones, Fri-i as mail clerk, having charge of the,
rnrnnri frmtl llntrnit wham Gha hoc mt V n phi Tfnv A W H ll-irhmn mail ilnnm.( Ua t into
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iew uays ago ana mat s tne sign that miRnt th lnot thrw ,.m.,ti,a i niTinintnri vn ihs rnnflnt mrnip m . nn.mn. ..j
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One of the greatest baptisms were y,lnteT 18 J"8' oveJ tn nlH- we are .delightfully with her mother, Mrs. of this season. Miss Mable Jones senger in the United States District
held at Brandon Chapel, Sunday by !?rry totsay- ,bu' "ev- y- S. G. Brown j Hattie Moore. Mrs. Virginia Taylor and Miss Blanche Bogan have gone Court, which position he still retains
Revs. Wm. Jenkins, and P. J. Whit- Se PuSl,r . McKenzie Chapel will I and daughter, Mrs. Mildred Johnson to Sate Normal, Nashville. Rev. j He is prominently identified with the
of Minneapolis, Minn., Is visiting Barham baptized Mr. George Biffel i civic and social activities of the city.
their cousins, Mrs. Mary E. Brown 1 and others Sunday. being Dresident of the National Asan.
ana Air. ueo. urown on ntn street.
Rev. Wormack, pastor of Mt. Leba
non preached at Bethel A. M. E
laeJ "Lh been for 'twenty" ?Sl?V2J27L?ZS
JOUD. . 1 1 M r n urapa rmw fl.,n 1. . . . .1 -
Ever since Rev. Brown has
people both white and black u,hn wir. Peen .n t?ls charge he has proved
nessed thn nroooinn ti,. ... himself
a uaJiiaui will
go down on the hearts of the people
We hope for him
McKenzie is all .
of Fosterville, long to be remembered ?mlles beJfuse f ,eir new organ-' Church last Sunday at 3 'o'clock;
'Rev. Jenkins, is the right man in the Jfl" a?lM,rs- , Ra,leifh ,1F,i,t,z??t,l;lck Central Baptist had baptizing last
right place. After the baptUm hi d Vmllv Sundav X'rV'un Saturday and foot washlng last Sun"
SZJS nVarorSdUnadna'GMl: JPons wS .
ped ,n theThurct8 aXne UBft 85 H ifZlT TJHIONVFTR
k!1P.Pe'.adm,nJ.8te:ed- Rev- Jen--OU. T Baxter who has been in Nash- Rev- J- D- Jackson is doing a
WhltUker to MhnAu Jff tT" v,lle worknK has returned home, work here in the Interest of
naunamrf.V9 for a two weeks vl8lt- we are gladlour Is is his second year
- negation mA n t0 COn t0 welcome Mr. and Mrs. Zack Har- I" w hope that he will be returned
It the bkntM u,T T Pre,S?nt diman ,nt0 O"1" vicinity to live Mr. f us s'- Jm A. M. E. Church.
?L.e 22 Sunday. Mrs. Richard Marsh, the ereat mnlaZ. Under the leadership of Rev. J. D.
w.r. h 7L ... "J8-"1!16 Wade- maker, says, eat more molasses and Jackson, we have been able to cover
Sunday Mrs Jennl wmi" . ,keeP the fever and the C08t ot
Tullahoma "k the U?0t living down' We reret to 8ay that
hXus Sunday MrtL the weang bells at McKenzie have
ratt and raJ: MMr Rlchard Jar- ceased now for a while. Mr. Elmo
rdVvDdw&ar lnI pa!?-:FltzPatr' ? this community has
day at the hnntum mm. accepiea a jod at Lewisburg as
Essie Daniel, has returned from Mur-i
.coau0ro. v or tne news, read the .
Globe and you will know all about!
"e rauy me 4th Sunday. See Tom
Frazler, and he will tell you.
The farmers are all beginning to
drive their hogs in the pen, prepar
ing for winter. Master Jack Frost
slipped in and left his white coat a
A very successful and beneficial
two weeks revival was conducted at
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church bv the ; our good P. E.. Rev. G. W. Porter and
evangelist, Rev. Ernest Hoggins of ' our good Bishop will send Brother
our church and our church is alive
spiritually and financially and we
pray his return to us. Rev. J. D.
Jackson preached-Sunday night from
St. John 3:16, subject, J'Love." He
wonderfully quoted his text and
every body was made to feel glad.
There was not a dry eye in the
house. Everybody rejoiced. Rev. J.
D. Jackson is a God sent man and a
Christian gentleman and is loved by
everybody, both white and colored in
this place. We hope and pray that
ciation for the Advancement of Col
ored People; secretary of the Feder
ated Union League, and has served
a term as treasurer of the Twentieth
Century Club. He Is the son of Mrs.
J. W. Stanley, president of the Col
ored Women's Council.
Mr. Minor has studiously applied
himself to the law courses and his
W SEL TH EARTH.
Bi, aid M Real (state. Build and Rep Nooses.
Srcsre Tenants and C Beet Rentals, Inpr ve and
Redeem P op rty, terms to Suit. Cal on us
before so ng elsewhe .
The S A RtA'.Tv& INVESTMENT CO.
410 CEDAR STREET
People's Savings Bank & Trust
to. bldg. ""Sfif
Nashville. Ten new members were
added to the church as a result of
the good work. The bnptismil ser
mon was preached Sundav, October
14 at eleven o'clock bv the pastor.
Rev. Grant Bryant. Immersion was
witnessed bv many at 2 o'clock.
Twenty dollars was rilsed to help
to carry on God's work. Those con
tributing were: Sisters Gennie Dar
den, 25c; Ellen White. 25c; Bro.
Boyd Perry, 25c; Bro. Jimmle Grlmls
25c; Bro. Demps Darden, 25c; Bro.
Sam White, 25c; Sister Aminda
Woodard, 25c; Sister Mary Grimes,
50c; Sister Ethel Shannon, 25c;
Sister Florence Lewis, 25c; Love
Jackson back to us.
Mrs. Emma Carter has returned to
Cedar Hill after spending two weeks
with her daughter, Mrs. R. S. Doyle.
Clifton Is still on the map and Is
progressing nicely. The farmers are
busy gathering their crops. Those
who have been sick are very much
improved. Mr. Claude Churchwell,
alter a long spell of illness fs up
again and able to be out. His many
friends are glad to see him. Miss
Mirtha Clemmons is also up and
able to be out again. There have
been quite an improvement made on
the streets. They have been newly
graveled. Church work is good. Rev.
Dixon, pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist
Church wound up a good years work.
His reports showed an increase over
last year. - Rev. J. W. H. Barham,
pastor of St. James M. E. Church
wound up the best year of this
church for years. He closed out with
Beginning with November 1st, the
Fireside School Training Classea for
Christian workers will re-oen for
their third season. The first session
will be that ot the evening class
which opens on Tuesday. November
1st, at 5.30. The morning class opens many friends wish him the greatest
on Friday, November 2nd, at ten success in his chosen profession.
0 dock. Already there is a good en
rollment and all women are invited
to join one ot these classes. If you
are desi.ous of knowing more about
the Bible and methods of ChristUn
work, here is an opportunity ot which
you can avail yourself.
These classes continue for six
months, closing the last of April.
The tuition for the entire course is
fifty cents and study book Is turn
ished. The classes are held at Fire
side School headquarters, CI 2 Gay
street, and each session is hell two
hours. The evening class, held every
Thursday, meets at 5:30 and closei
at 7:30; the morning class meets
each Friday, commencing at 10:0 J
o'clock and closes at 12:03. Any lur
DISTRICT'S COLORED SOLDIERS
To MOVE OCTOBER 27.
According toorders issued by the
War Department, the District's col
ored registrants in the selective army
are to begin their movement for Camp
Meade during the five-day period be
ginning October 27. :
Acting Adjutant-General Daniel C.
Donovan Is making the necessary ar
rangements with the railroads for
the transportation of the men who are
to be entrained for Camp Mead dur
ing the period named. It is estimated
that about 400 colored residents of
WOMEN, GIRLS, EARN MONEY
MY I'Ki:iC llOOK THU S HOW
LEA11N TO GROW HAIR
Don't rrugijlealcifcn In uneong' nlal
in)lo men w ih lo bourii and alio
p y. Kit mi ill- o.iiM-lf todo wink lnu
h s Utile I'ompe I' on; Inn I U bn.W-rto
ipend Iniir h ur daily and qualify
yoiirsiif todo worn Hint iveryouo ele
cumiiil dn 1 be Ileitis are large.
E10S0 HAIR GROWER. 50c per box
AreBe dom Kquiiled and never KimB
ed; limiri clions by iullor tn per en.
lilploume toiiraduuiee. A am It wanted
eveiy where, don't de.ftjr, wrlle loaa.
A penny w II do II.
ELOSO HaIR GROWERj
"Xlftr MME. J. NtLSON,
ELOSO COLLEGE CO..
21 S.Gompton Avenue,
St. loots, Ms.
MME. J. NELSON.
the capital will compose the five sec-
ther Information desired will be glad- tlona which wln leave on eacn of tne
ly furnished by Miss Ada P. Morgan, five (,ays beKlnn'ng a week from next
superintendent of Fireside School, or Saturday. The sections will leave
other of the workers. A tord al In- about 8:33 each morning, If present
vitation to visit the classes is extend- plans are carried out. A number of
ed to , pastors and friends and any- wnltes probably be sent to south
one Interested to know" more aboat ern cantonments to make room for the
the work. colored entrants at Camp Meade. Col-
jored troops from Maryland, Penn-
PRESIDENT JONES IN SOUTH i sylvanla and otner nearby states will
uc iu Luis uuuip wiiu iue uisinci uoys.
t his new colored 400 is made up of
THE PERFECT IXOUHL
FOR BISCUITS, CAKES WAFERS, ETC THE BEST tflf THE
MARKET. ALL GOOD COOKS USE IT.
Charleston, S. C, Oct 2. -For the ' 8ome very capable men and they are
past week Rev. E. P. Jones, D. D., oi
Vicksburg, Mississippi, has been in
this city as the guest of the Bap
tists of Charleston. Dr. Jones is
president of the National Baptist
Convention, unincorporated. His
visit here Is the culminat on of a
number of Invitations I'om the
leaders among the Baptist forces in
this state to have him make a tour
of South Carolina.
rather chesty over their membership
in the once tallsmanlc number made .
famous as a social unit of dignity and i
power and they will make it a "400"
worthy of the name.
HALE HOSPITAL NOTES,
Mrs. Patty Davis of Athens, Ala,,
has l.een able to return home, hav
ing fully recovered from a recent
GROW OUT THE
Kings Nu-Hair Quinine Pomade
TNiswondcrfnlhair grower clcini the icilmlill
djodroll, Iccds Hie rati l the itutibtrn bur mt
trowsitaict mdlmg mirary start liiM. .taiiii
it easy to comb and In in difttrentslvlcs. Guaran
teed te do as we say or money lelnnoed. At your
druoaist or mailed direct on receipt ot 25 cents.
AOCNTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
King Specialty Co. Dept. A
Chattanooga, Tern. Chattanooga. Tena.
Kind Specialty Co. I used your Nu-tiair
ooly a ahort time and my hnir haa grown to
WondeHul lenth. It ia the bent I ever uked.
Mrs. bliza Kecd
Kin Specialty Co. Dear Compaay Your
INu-Hair duct Juit like you aay and I can
truthfully auy itt thfl beat hair flroer and
tomo in the wot Id. Margaret MeyenF"
ui iwvr 14 1.11 vaiuuuu, uirciuiiuii.
NEGRO JUBILEE SONGS & PLANTATION MELODIES.
fJAf 11(D) MM
PSfe&tV vv', ;-i - 'r'v -
national Baptist publishing board
Nothing that the South has produced is
attracting more attention than the
Mnili-nnnoJ Haakqlnrv. MaIH
NOOUIHOU JUUII0U IVOOUUJ
song book, containing the songs and melo
dies of the "ante bellum" Negro. These
songs were originated and sung by the Ne
gro on the plantations of the South before
the war, and have been pronounced by
critics as the only real American music.
They have been collected, set to music and put into book form
and are being distributed at 30c per copy, by the
National Baptist Publislin
R. H. BOYD, Secretary
523 Second Avenue, North :-: Nashville, Tennessee
Send 30c for a sample copy, send 2c for rep'y to letters of inquiry