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SAVE THE TOTS.
la line with the conservation of
our national resources is the cam
paign of education carried on slu.e
1911) in regard to the care of the
health of babies, pa.ticular aaeution
having been paid to ihe l.ttle chaps
at birth and for the first year of their
existence in a world full of danger
for them. The campaign is bearing
results gratifying ones, conside.ing
the difficulties placed in is way by
doting parents and fond re.utives,
who hold to the opinion that as they
were raised without the ne fngieJ
notions of health conservation, the
present day little fellows ought to
get along safily under tuo same
But in spite of opposition the infant
mortality rate has been reduced ni..e
pur cent in the last year, taking' the
country as a wh.de. In the larger
cities, where health regulations are
more easy of enforcement, the reduc
tion of the deatli rate has been about
1 1 pr cent. The distressing
is mat in uie smaller ciries, oi .,uuu
and less, togetner witn the rural
communities, there has been a slight
increase in the death rate over last
year. The poor showing in the rural
districts, no doubt, is due to the ab
sence of stringent regulations, li.tln
improvement having been made as et
over old-fashioned methods of caring
For instance, tho anti-fly crusade
has made little progress in the
smaller communities. The t!y is still
considered a necessaiy nuisance in
the Kinall towns and on the farms,
and little has been done to eradica'e
him, while in the cities, through the
enforcement of ordinances and
through the efforts of health boards
and co operation of the ci izens, the
fly has very materially decre sed in
numbers. The milk situ-Uon, too,
has boon neglected in tho smal'er
centers. Dairy inspections are prac
tically unknown, and it is not until
some herd gives unmistakable evi
dence of d'a?aue that any step is
taken towards examining into iis con
dition. Absence of sewer systems and a
general policy of allowing each fam
ily to do ns it pleases with its gir-bnt-'e
has a'so ailel in koepiig the
death rate high among the babies In
the Tillages. Put on the whole the
situation is ercourairing, and we mav
look for substantial pr g-ess all along
the line in years to come.
THE MAN WHO NEVER LAUGHS,
Those who have had anything to do
with public meetings, or looked out'
upon tho faces ol audiences, have al-1
ways discovered the man who never j
laughs. He is an iceberg. He agrees
with all that the speaker Bays, but'
inwardly he is thi'.hing thit S'me'
forty years before the sneaker hell
some other view, and therefore he is
not deserving applause in his then
present attitude. There are thos e j
who never clap hands at lectures,
shows, or concerts One such man
can freeze the people to death all
around hlra. If his wife is with him,
she is afraid to laugh. Ifi
his daughter is beside him,
she withholds her sp'rit of .enthusi
asm on account of her father. Ho
looks as stiff and solemn of a graven
lmage. On tho way out of the hall
ho may speak a kindly word about
what he hear! If he dos, he mme
dlately follows it by a cr'tHsm. The
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foundation upon which this mm
stands is e?otim. He vlrtuall says:
"There is rothin" done right unless I
do it; there Is nntMie said ri ht im -
less I sav it. The man who doei not
laugh is nn enemv rf te human
race, and he is his own enemv. Tre
Is an especial damage to his family
He suppresses youth. He throws a Along with that haiy Iidlan summer
wet blanket over those of nh breath that greets oa tnese morn
spirits. It he smelis a rose, he crili- ings comes the smell ol moth bulla.
cises the stem. !
Conceit has its advantages, being
A HAPPY OUTLOOK. j
The corn crop this year is a bum
per, assuring plenty of corn bread
and mush and corn cakes and homl-
ny and other articles of wbolo
sale food made from corn. And
now conit'sMhe glad news, straight;
from headquarters at Washington, '
that the crops of beans, iabjuge and marries a woman who insists on gad
onions are larger, several times oer, diug
than last year. The potato cro; is a
hie one, despite son.ewl.at dis.our.ig-
ing late reports of blight in some see-
tions of the country Taking a!l
these things into consideration, there-
fore, it is evident there is no da. ger A fool's paradise may be prefera-, lze(t prominent women of the coun
of the American people going hungry, ble to a wise man's hell. I try for over f 20, 000, is doing time
o, it .hv win hv t,i ...-onomlze t the Atlanta Federal prison, with
on surh things as wheat. Hour, meat.1
sugar and a few other articles which
they have been accustomed to using
Indian summer in Tennessee las's,
longer and its beauties are more pro-'
nouiued than can bo found in ari; j
locality. With the fodder iu thej
shock, great gotten or si ver ears ofj
corn going into the crib by the th;i-i
sands of bushels, the beautiful foliage
on the trees or falling at thei roits.j
the yellow ol' the tiel Is, the d:rk ess!
of the plowed ground, the s reen ofj
alfalfa, the deep blu? of the sky, f e
last songs of the uicke.s an.i the
goodby parting of the songbir.ls going
to die southland for the winter all
make a beauty picture of
Some atitomol ilists tear through
street trailic and swing around city
corners as if actitated by the thejry
that all pedestrians will get out of tho
way, either bcfoie or a ter. Some!
pedestrians non-chalantly stroll alon,
with the air of "come-on-l dare-you-to
hit-me." If these two classes cjuld
only be brought together everything
that happened could be put down on
the profit side.
Next year eggs are to be chea- er,
poultrymen promise us. but this win-
ter prices will be hi h-r t'".ai ever
before. The den' 1st, wljen about to
extract a boy's tooth, reminds him of
how good it will feel when it is out.
Sometimes peoplo are misquoted in
the newspapers. Put not nnvwhpre
near ns often as the num'-er of asser
tions to that effect would seem to in
dicate. And, just to save space, let it be
understood from tiie btg.nn.ng tha'.
all the pre.ty things said about Oc-
tober go also lor November, not to
mention nine or ten ot.,er mouths.
Education and heredity are bro.id-
ening and iiitensifyin; men's ac o n-: pie and will himself have larger op
Dlishments, but there are still only a : portunities for growth than was poo-
select few who can baek a wagon and
iour-norse team up iu a uu tuui-:.
And some of the shoe m nu actur-S full measure of the big things ex
. i,i., .ol-ioc nf ,,n .r,,nti alpected of him. Above all. this v-
of the trade, annoume that the prin-i
cipal ingredient of their
Certainly, as Chancellor Michaelisi
says, time is on the side of the Ge -
man iwople. But perhaps the chan
cellor didn't mean it exactly that
Still, the surtrical construction of a
new and perfect moi th out of an
extra rib was antedated by a very
sir ilar accomplishment in the garden
This is the age of conservat'on
Everything is conserved evce t hu
man life. That is being wasted with
"Whether ft be S3 wheat or 30-"ent
cotton, the farmers want all 'hev ca t
pet and are going to get all they
With winter and the bare bosom
season con ing on, the stra'n en .he
wollen clo:h man fatu ers will be to
that extent reduce I
And, come to ta.n i , what a
thundering lot of relUbili y in this
world ruined by a small admixture of
Occasionally someone marries for
money, and fails to col'ect it and
people certainly enjoy a case of that
The opportunity of yestTlav need
cotcirn no one except as his'ory. It
is the opno'-tu"ltv of to 'ay that
should be given our undividel atten
tion. Before writing th"t lette- hereafter
the very caut'o'is man will first sop
onrl r-nnoMni. wl'pthor it is TPnHV
worth 3 cents or not.
Reprisals are ideal for the fellow
who, once he acnuires the will, has
tho. "ower to Autdo the other fellow-
Indian summer, like th p-ovrMal
- i TnrMnn rift, 11 not a nerm-nt a - "i
p'Mort. but is just loaned for a Utfe
.Tuit, nrnn0'iric "ramoiifla"e" any
! wv to. o'her fe'W
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doen t kiow ho'v eithr.
Tho fnririfir wiio tells vou he Isn't
making money is no farmer.
me only tning wnicn Keeps a 101 oi
men from being jealous.
It takes patriotism to sign a food
pledge just as the pan cane season
A man who enjoys his home usually
This region is perfectly content to
let others have the honor of the first
Our idea of camouflage is when a
buldhc a led n an wears a skullcap.
So many men carry their burden
of responsibility unwrapped.
The best oal situa'ion we know
of is to have it in the basement.
Frances C. DeBerry.
Hurrying, scurrying through
Swaying, hither, thither
O'er the fen thev no a less go,
Oaring? No, not whi her.
Pusllim;, eliding, glincing
Through the gloom and mist
Tripping, skipping, dancing.
Through the silent PeMs and on
O'er the ditches leaping,
i Li hted bv the "Will-o-wisps"
In at doors, they're peeping;
Thus the night they pass away
No'SPle-sly they scatter,
Hastening before the dawn
Back to realms of shadow.
By R. W. Thompson.
People who flk about evervbody
to you will not fiil to talk about you
to everybody else.
And Heflin hi'ls from the Tuske
gee district of Alabama.
Whiskev has its back to the wall.
Its sway is doomed.
Baltimore, always progressive and
originnl. Ins formed a colored divis
ion of the Maryland division of the
Council of Defense and will soon
nlace itself at the disposal of Presi
dent Wilson and Food Administra
In taking over the Pavton prop
erties in New York t'ity and moving
his habitat to Gotham, that Ntmil-
eon of Finance, Watt Terry
a wider field for service to his peo-
iule, iu th,e, circumscribed area of
tion are on Mr Terrv and it is not
I doubted Uiat he will live nn to tho
markable modest young
i never be afflicted with
product isihead," no matter how much tempta-
tion may be placed in his wake.
One never gets into so much
trouble as when he goes out of his
way to help a friend out of trouble
You can put your hand on any
n"mber of people who call folks "in
different" because they won't take
ituck in tho particular game you are
We have a bunch of "friends" who
never know we are living until thev
have an "axe to grind" for their own
Dr. J. Harvey Anderson's recent
articles in the Star of Zion on "The
Function of a Newspaper" indicates
that he knows the "biz" from everv
.lossible angle. The brilliant col
umns of the Star of Zion also indi
cate that he knows how to put into
practice the preachments he so elo
quentlly utters. The General Con
ference of the Zionites that elected
Dr. Anderson as its ofllcial spokes
man did a fine bit of work. We
would urge that he be kept on the
Job for life but for the invariable
custom of Methodist bodies to pro
mote their general officers to the
Bishopric after a season of faithful
3erv.ee in the trenches and Dr.
Anderson must not be denied his
Hades has a specially Heated
chamber for butters-in, who seek
bogus prominence bv faking a con
nection with real workers and wor
The Negro people were once
dubbed "a race of orators." We
still have some cracker-jack talkers,
but the wave of hot air seems to have
deflected at the psychological
moment by a rail that has brought
to the fore the farmer, the mechanic
ind the practical scientist. Men
who used to specialize on talk have
been superseded by those who do
Don't waste anything not even
time the most precious of all as-
The election of ministerial monte
hanks to hitrh office in the church
! sends many of the helpless laity to
me mourners oencn.
As an evidence that individuals
and not a regiment is to be indicted,
thirteen of the 156 trooners'of the
k'4th Infaptry, held at Fort Bliss,
Texaa charged with the recent riot-
- ine at Houston, Texis, ".,t 7,
were ordered released and have re-
turned 10 uoiuriiuuis, r. a.a , n,-
"join their regiment. The boards of
inmiirv found unon investieation
that they had no part in the rioting,
Every tub is to stand upon its own
bottom in this investieation and none
, "' "e Lu",
tv, Qr,th uHii 11U0 cnlnrofi anlrllern
better when they get used to them,
it ! r WANT A
MKT I'KII ON K. 'I ll K. l-K I'
TIIKliK!'. AMU THAT'S
S CI A 1. 1
V O O II
The very presence of our boys in the
uniforms of Uncle Sam will prove to
be a liberal education to element
who think of us only as serfs
One John Francis Beckwith, pro
fessional "love pirate," who through
adroitly-written love letters victim-
fifteen years of confinement and a
fine of $15,000 to work out. Beck
with has had a checkered career as
a poet, novelist, soldier, adventurer
and love-letter writer. His finish is
another warning tnat no man is
smart enough to carry a pitcher to
the criminal well very long and get
away without breaking it. "Love
letters," like dynamite, are danger
As tfie further evidence of the cos-
mopoiiianisui oi our w ar, we are iu
enlist Porto Kicans and Indians for
military duty. -
No one needs to be out of a job
these days. Read the "Help Wanted"
columns of the dailies in any city
and "go to it."
Prof. W. S. Scarborough, president
of Wilberforce University, Ohio, is in
the East on a campaign that is mak
ing that great institution a brighter
spot on the map after each illumin
ating address on education and its
value as a race lever. Wilberforce is
now more than a church influence;
it is backed bv the Methodists as the
leading school of the Payneites, but
it is also endowed by the State of
Ohio and is so broad in its scope as
to purpose and attendance that it is
a "national" school in every sense
of the term. Prof. Scarborough has
"iven Wilberforce the best that is in
him, and the worlt is growing at a
rate that is surprising to the most
sanguine friends of the great seat of
learning. The country.' has heard
buch of this splendid man; it will
hear much more in the future.
The Supreme Lodge of the Knights
of Pythias is to build a $200,000
temple in Chicago in the near fu
ture. The National Labor Agency, 228
West Eighth street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
is filling large orders for colored
laborers and miners in Western
Penns Ivania, Tennessee, Alabama
The Shriners will no longer allow
liquor dealers to be members of their
Buy that Liberty Bond today.
The suspension of the Afro-American
page of the American Press As-
sociation, is a calamity to the Negro
Press. This plate service, the best
the colored people have ever enjoved
was founded in 1909 by N. Harnett
Dodson, a writer of rare discrimin-
. t ii.ii and an excellent judge of read
able matter, and has been circulated
continually up to the last two weeks.
Upwards of 100 papers were sub
scribers at one time and the low
rate gave out editors an associated
press service of six columns weekly
at nominal cost. Tho suspension of
tho page is due to the sale of the
news feature of the American Press
Association to the Western News
paper Union, the former devoting it
self entirely to the advertising field.
It is the sincere hope of the colored
press that the Western Newspaper
Union will see its way to continue
the page, with Mr. Dodson as its
editor. It is up to the press to make
the argument and to indicate that
they will make the venture a paying
Apropos of the Campaign for the
second Liberty Loan, it should not be
overlooked that the owner of a Lib
erty Loan Bond holds written tan
gible evidence of being a preferred
stockholder in the United States the
most glorious, the most honorable
and the most successful corporation
in the world. He holds the certifi
cate of being a citizen willing to
support his Government and to lend
money to his country when it needs
and cills for it. Buv a bond today
and become a stockholder in this
Stevedores have an important place
In the scheme of military operations
and the value of their service should
not be cried down, even while seek
ing the more dignified lines of duty.
Thousands of lusty young colored
men, who have not had the ad
vantages of liberty training and who
do not care to go on the firing line,
will find an excellent opportunit y to
render effective service by handling
the supplies and performing neces-
isary tasks that call ' tor pnvsicai
rather than mental virility, 'there
is a place for every man, whatever
his training or limitations. Let that
place be sought in a spirit of the
The designation of Emmett J.
Scott to the post of adviser to the
Secretary of War is a positive indi
cition that the Negro is wanted in
this world war for liberty and de
mocracy. Mr. Scott, as special as
sistant, to handle problems peculiar
to the colored Americans, is on par
with Hoover, Garfield, Lippman,
Frankfurter and other near-Cabinet
officials, delegated to unravel com
pl. cated administrative tangles in
connection with the war. The Scott
appointment is far and away the
most responsible post ever assigned
to a member of our race.
Rev. D. Leroy Ferguson, of Louis-
ville, Ky., has our sincere congratu-
ilations upon reaching the 12th an-
niversary of his service as rector of
the Churcn 01 our wercuui savior in
that city, and one of the most notable
.riuicowui iijiouijui uuiv-nco u
'country, with a congregation widely
, known for its consecrated Christian-
lit., helpfulness to humanity and rare
intellectual quality. During Rector
Ferguson s ncumbency a new and
,",tfl,i m hn renince.l th an-
1 ticiuated structure he found there
nnd the memhershin has been lareelv
increased in numbers and in financial
strength. We wish for Rector Per-
guson a continuance of Cod's bles
sings end a long life of usefulness
Emmett J. Scott, private secretary
to N. Wright Cuney in the lenith of
the career of the eminent Texan and
for eighteen years the right hand
man of Booker T. Washington, ranks
with the great secretaries of the Re
public, among whom Daniel S.
Lamont, George B. Courtelyou, and
William Loeb won international
Onr ministerial brethren will bear
In mind that the- colored wings of
the new National Army will require
the services of many additional chap
lains. Let us see that the best mater
ial Is supplied to keep the religious
side of the soldiers' life from being
Our fraternities and other organi
zations which have surplus funds
can make no better investment than
to buy a block of Liberty Bonds.
Many have already done this wise
thing and many more should do so.
According to an announcement,
Sunday, October 21, is to be observed
throughout the country as ooa
Governor James M. Cox of Ohio,
deserves the plaudits of all right
thinking people for refusing to grant
an extradition which would have
sent Dr. Louis N. Bundy back to cer
tain death at East St. Louis, in.,
under a "frame-up" charge of incit
ing the riot there July 2. Governor
Cox is an executive who is also a
A white man, Charles H. Garland,
succeeds the late Harrv S. Cummings
in the First Branch of the City Coun
cil of Baltimore. He is a democrat.
This is the fourth time a white man
has represented the 17th ward
in the city legislature in the past
twentv-seven years. At the next
primary, to be held in 1919, the
colored people will nominate a col
ored candidate and make a strenuous
e'Tort to regain their representation
in the Council for this ward.
The Methodist Book Concern at
Philadelphia is said to be $15,000 in
a hole. Why not let that Wizard of
Finance, Ira T. Bryant, take a hand
in making the Book Concern a pay
ing proposition? The entire print
ing plant of the denomination should
be concentrated at Nashville, Tenn.,
with book-selling agencies at stra
tegic points like Philadelphia, St.
Louis, Chicago, Atlanta and Houston,
Texas. Business sense should take
the place of mawkish sentiment.
Two hustling Zionites who should
next adorn the Bench of Bishops of
the Church of Varick are E. D. W.
Jones, of Rochester, N. Y. and B. G.
Shaw, of St. Louis. Keep your eye
on this push-forward duo.
The Norfolk (Va.) Journal and
Guide has a new building, especially
adapted to the printing business, and
has put in a practically new printing
outfit, including a modern Model 8
Mergenthaler linotype machine,
which does the work of five hand
compositors and does it better. It
eliminates the antiquated and worn
out type faces we used to see In too
many of our papers. P. B. Young
and his associates are giving Nor
folk a bigger place on the map
through the virile Journal and Guide
and bv the high class job work that
is being turned out at their up-to-date
In view of the high cost of travel,
along with the high cost of living, it
is difficult these days for the many
"Race Congresses" to he truly "Na
tional," but if the men and women
assemble in the proper spirit, with
an eve single for intelligent self
protection and for the general ad
vancement of the race, great good
is certain to grow out of these con
ferences even if the numbers be small
and the attendance local.
The Jeremiahs have again been
confounded. That promised colored
dailly, forstered by the redoubtable
W. f. Andrews, has appeared in Bal
timore. Newark, Atlantic City and Cape
May, all in New Jersey, the lan-l of
Wiison, Tumulty, Hedspeth and
Cosey, are now in the running as the
seat of the 1918 session of the Na
tional Negro Business League. It
la tho wish of the executive commit
tee, as we understand it, to select
the place where the League will be
able to hold first place in competi
tion with the "good time" spirit that
might prevail if great care is not
exercised. A spot would be ideal
where the serious work of the League
could be carried on, with a suitable
playground near at hand when. the
League drops its final curtain. It
is the East's turn this year, and any
eastern city that can provide the
conditions herein named, has a
chance for its "white alley."
The National Training School, now
develoned into one of the truly
great educational centers of the na
tion, opened auspiciously this
month. Dr. James E. Shepard, the
energetic and resourceful president,
advises us that the enrollment this
far exceeds that of any previous year
in the history of the institution. Dr.
Shepard's monumental success with
the National Training School indi
c tes what a man can do when he has
the spirit of work upon him, when h0
has found the work lor wnicn ijou
and nature have equipped him, and
when ne snows mat ne Knows uuw
to " deliver the goods." As we have
remarked elsewhere, Dr. Shepard is
a leader who knows how to lead and
has a definite idea as to where he
wishes to carry his devoted follow
ers. We may have a few "soap-box
orators," but they are talking right
and coming clean on war questions.
Secretary of War, Newton D.
Baker is daily demonstrating that he
"knows his little book."
No Negro Suffragettes are dlsgrac
ine themselves by' picketing the
White House gates and insulting and
embarrassing the President of the'
The Selection of Dr. Anson Phelps
Sto. oi, aecretary of Yale University,
as the new head of Hampton inst'-
tate. to succeed the li te J?f-
Burke Frissell, is very satisfactory
O U over the land. Dr.
Stokes is a high class man of affairs,
0 . ji tue broadest culture
and is square on the race question.
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Again let us remark that Jealousy
is the bane of our progress.
Salutations and God-speed, Mr.
Commissioner Emmett J. Scott.
The strong team work of Robert
d,, i wmmotr j Rrntt in
connection with the management of
I'uskegee Institute is one of the in -
spiring spectacle of these times,
They are setting an. example which
ought to obtain in every Negro en-
terprise in the land.
Miss O. A. Gordon entertained a
number of friends in honor xt Miss
.1. B. Scott of Nashville .Friday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. A. H., Hays have
returned home, at Earlington, Ky.
Mr. Neal Dickerson was the guest of
Miss Jennie Nichols, Sunday after
noon. Mr. H. H. Smith, has reported
from Decatur, Ala. Miss J. J. left
nTnnflav mnrnlnpr fnr Rneer Williama
1 University. Rev. Carr preached -here
. (h M E Cnuvch, Sunday. There
was a large number out to hear him.
t r. f ei Hays vas the gue3t of Miss
Willie Bradey Friday afternoon. Mr.
r e i Braden has re'urnei from Louis-
..111- Tr.. II- M 1 T!l Ann
Viae. rvy. . u.uae.auu, n
of the fine business young men of
this town was in Pulaski Friday. Mr.
William Cox left Sunday at 5:27 for
MR. It ABB AT CAMP JACKSON.
The many friends and acquaint
ances of Mrs. G. W. Perry of 1022
10th Avenue, North, are congratu
lating her over the success of her 80'i
Mr. Maxwell H. Rbb Is making :is
an instructor of the white soldiers
at Camp Jackson in the culinary art
He is at present attached to efl
ment 322 Company H. '
Mr. Rabb is a Nashville boy and,
Nashville is justly proud of the sue
cess he-has attained along the i:no
of his choice. While in the city
he was a chef at various of tlie high
class places supplying the wants of
the public. He left the city for
jCamp Jacyson in August.
A SURE TROTBCTION
against the rainy day which oomes
to m t of us is a aviuKS account
in a bank liae tins. No ne is
exempt from the liabi ity to
trouble. The time to prepare for
it U before li comes, o while
you are well and working save
so nrthiiig f r the time when ou
may be ue thr. Open an account
next pay day even it is tor only
ONE CENT SAYMS BANK,
Prepared upon clentltto
1'iisls and l'i p,,rtl ned.
This prepnr tion uutaltis
ihe elemeno that " nke
halrvow After Tryi.t Tka
Hr.l Try Tka lle-t.
BlACKtUM IN UN
If you hair Is i hln, fulling
oul, nnd wool urnw, uae
III.At K HAWK.
A uia' txx will convince
you or P iner'ts: the" y,iu
will heroine a Kmck Hawk
linos irtno. if there la no
sue tlnvonrvl Inuywrilo
for terms. Snmpebox by
alloOc IWaue 'ic. it was
h r e a In OH Ketrneky. -Horn
wherethe I'lue (lrB8
Urnu-s. Push, slid Ihe Hut-
tun (Itlnrk Hawk.)
Plack Hdk Indian IW 6rower, ear
boii 50 rts.
hljck Hdwk InJIjn Castile Sow, aw
Black Hdk Indian face Powder..,
la mile- Brown, prr boi ' ch
Bliick M Indian lot et Water, iter
kniile 25 cts t
Buck Hak Indian D yln Comb, eacl
Bljck Hawk Indian Va khlm C'eam.
H ion 0 cts
Be sure that yog use Bla k Havy
f as l'e Simp wl'h Black H k nalr
Grovtr to obtain Ihe best resu ti.
Sold only by the agents, first Class
Driwjls and Department Stores or di
reel Irom ihe laboratory.
Will Promote a Full Growth
orHair. will also Kestore
the Strength. Vitality and
the Beauty of Hair. If your
Hair is Dry and Wiry Try
EAST IND A HAIR GROWER
you are bothered with Falling
Dialruff, Itching Scalp, or any
Hair Trouble, we want you o try a jar
of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER. The
remedy contains medical properties that
o to the mots of the Hair, stimulates
S. 0. LYONS Gen, Agt. 314 East Second St
Oklahoma City, Okla.
W anted. 3
twd salary. First class,
need apyly. Address
November Rules 1917.
In this cause it appearing to tht,
satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant is a nonresident of the
State of Tennessee, therefore tha
ordinary process of law cannot be
served upon him; it Is therefore
ordered that said defendant enter
his aDDearance herein at the Sep
tember term of the Davidson County
Circuit Court to be holden at the
Courthouse in Nashville, Tennesseg,
I on the first Monday in November, it
being a rule day of this Court, and
ide : end , or sa d complainant s bill
will be taken for confessed as to him
and set for hearing ex parte. It U
therefore ordered that a copy of this
, " 7 " Z w ,' nmil .
newspaper published in Nashville.
J. P. RHINES,
Solicitor for Complainant.
H. B. COOK, Clerk.
A. M. HITT. D. C.
o sel) ihe greatest nati"'ia 'Var song
hit 0 1 the ane, eunued
"MY BOY. HE JUST CAN "1 HELP
FKUM BEING A SOLDHlK."
This the one greai soug that
ire- i 1 H a ureal international crisis.
Wherever it has been heard, it has
made a derided hit ith air cla-B of
ieople and In some of the leading
h f af,er rea(J ng an
' . ... .u.
tniKiuncement and simply the reading
of the words of the song, persons have
rushed In groups '. , buy it faster than
they could he handed out Price 25c a
copy A liberal discount given to per
sons wishing to be age.: Persons wish
ing to he agents send $t.0Q and we w U
send you a number of copies of the
song that you will begin selling at
once Persons wishing h 'iigie copr,
will send 25c. Write at once that ;
you m&y be the first in the Held. This
is one song that you can make money
on by selling it to people of your com
munity. It should be In every home. .
The song Is wr'tten about an Ideal 1
A 1 Al lC. i A -.1 '
American uiuiner me greaiesi en tn
- H,ter pprtvaj American literature.
send all money hv money order or
registered letter to
THE WESTERN MUSIC PUBLISH- v
3C38 State Street, Chicago, I1L.