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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY OCTOBER 26, 1917.
There was a beautiful Birthday
Party given by Mr. and Mrs, Robert
Brown at 1310 Jo Johnson Avenue,
In honor of their little seven-year
old" granddaughters, Little Blanche
Bennelta Foston. A six course me
nu was served. Games and music
were the pleasure of the evening.
Many valuable presents were receiv
ed. Those present were, little Miss
es Willie Mai McADoo, Isabella
Payne. Ernestine Vaughn, Margret
JiacKson.Mary Helen Alexander,
Alice B. Alexander, Vergie Dunn,
Mary Sanders, Nannie Aileen Jarrett,
Eva Hollinsworth, Margret Aliens
He.en Sanford, Mattie Lee Franklin,
Frances L. Watters, Louise Wilson,
Alberta Jackson, Elizabeth Miller,
Louis Fleming, Master R. H. Kay,
Master Frank Hollinsworth, Orse
Mrs. Blanche Spratt, Mr. and Mrs.
Hiley, Mrs. Louise Black, Mr. Leah
Brown, Miss Anna Tucker, Mrs.
HoUnson, Mrs. Gooch, Mrs. Lena
Mooney, Mrs. Vice White, Mr. Will
A DELIGHTFUL TRIP.
Miss Ella Beane of 14th avenue,
N, has just returned from a very
(Pleasant visit to her auntie. Mrs.
Prince Beane of Cincinnati. She
was highly entertained while there
with theatre parties, auto parties and
socials. Mrs. Charley Nichols gave
am auto party in her honor and the
iparty went from Cincinnati to In
dianapolis and spent the week-end.
S'le srent a week in Louisville as
the guest of Mrs. John Hudgins and
Mrs. Will Young, a Globe subscriber.
THE LADIES' THIMBLE CLUB.
Mrs. Willie Childress was hostess
of the Ladies' Thimble Club, Friday
evening, October 19th, at her home
on Straightwavy avenue. The meet
ing was opened with song and praver
by the chaplain. The roll was called
and each member responded with
quotations and dues. Members pres
ent numbered ten, two members were
added to the club. Mrs. Turner Led
better, Mrs. Jennie Knox and Mrs.
John Draper were the guests of the
club, after all the business the
hostess invited the ladies into the
dining room where a delicious three
course menu was served. The table
was covered with lace and in the
center was a large fern, the hostess
was assisted In doing the honors of
the occasion by Miss Viola Buchinan
The club adjourned to meet, Nov?,u
ber ?nd with Mrs. Marshall Jackson
in East Nashville.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S PROGRESSIVE
CLUB OF FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH, EAST NA,SHVILLE
Miss Murnhey entertained l e
Progressive Club Tuesday nis'ht, Oc
tober 16th, at the residence of Mrs.
Hattie Bender. The meeting was
opened by the president as usual.
The roll was called and members
responded with dues and quotations.
New business was trangacted and
the celebration of Woman's Day
iwas discussed, afterwards a short
iprogram was rendered:
Vocal solo iMiss Sadie Lyerson.
iReading Mr. Jno Marshal. ,
Instrumental Solo Miss Murphey.
A delicious two course menu was
served. The next meeting will be
with Mr. W. W. S. Ellington. Jr.
Come out and join us Sunday aft
ernoon at three p. m,
'Ml'sg Padie G. Lyerson, Pres.
iMiss Mattie Lou Williams, Re
porter. LIEUTENANT HILL HONORED,
guest parties given in honor of
guest parties given in the honor of
Lieut. Walter Hill of Ft. Des Moines,
la., who is spending the week-end
in this c'ty visiting relatives and
friends, the most delightful one of
all was given by Mrs. C. C. Hodges,
his sister, at the beautiful home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams, 1614
Hoi man street, last Sunday after
noon. A four course imenni iwas serv
ed In the latest style and the re
past was up-to-date.
Mrs. C. C. Hodges, the hostess,
was assisted by Mrs. R. L, Williams,
wife of one of Nashville's most
iprominent business .men. Among
those present were Capt. and Mrs.
M. V. Boutte, Mr. and Mrs. J. Blaine
BoydV the Davidson brothers, A. E.,
Pomade Hair Dressing for making coarse
nappy hair grow lone, soft, fluffy, silky,
so you can do it up in any style. Re
moves DANDRUFF and Stops ITCHING
SCALP. HEROLIN is delightfully per
fumed and not sticky or gummy.
8END2B CENTS (Ftftnipftorootn)fnrat1frbox
HEROLIN MEDICINE CO., Atlanta, Qeorgla
Hte is nn Op r unu t le rn a hdh au
tradeone that yourarrv ee wil be in demand. You
ca earn fr im S3.U0 to $5.00 nd someiim mor
a diy or vni g a home. P e ty of work nd
poniti ns op n tn those who know how. Let me
teach you artistic Hairdtrssi g, Mani uring, Facr
Ha sage, S alp Treatment How t cultivate
and Grow Hair. HiW tn mak Toilet Articles.
How to w ave and maoufn ture ir. How o
make witches, Transfor i atio , Puffs, Pompa
dours, B nd , Front Pie es. Cornet Braids, &e c.
Mraiiihteuin , ingelog, yei u & e'C, all work
juar nterd. ' uick, e, , simple Met'iod and
perfect up to dote work. Illustrated C art o( tht
latest rreations in hair ork an how -o use the
la est mianct s tha s vrs half ih line nd la
bor. Mme. UF. CARR iL an old i-xperience
Halrdrsse ,n'i Brainy fuliutisl wi'l trach you
th- French and Am rican syst m in her Blue
Bonk This course for a limittd ttin has been re
duced to $2.00 so each ir nntteta Ho t. Send
a Moioiir ertoTheldesl C . Box 70, st'
tion G., N tw York City. Didloma, awarded
and E. A., Miss Josephine Hill, the
I youngest sister of the Lieutnant, B.
Stanley, Miss Clara L. Lowe. Miss
Laura Covington and F. J. Myles.
I Lieutenant Walter Hill was born
In Nashville, Tennessee, August 11,
1889. He entered the United States
Army February 28, 1904; served as
j non-commissioned Officer for nine
years, Troop K, 9th Cavalry, three
years Quartermaster Corps; arrived
from Honolulu, H. T, June 14, 1917;
I entered Officers' Training Camp
June 24, 1917; discharged to accent
commission as 1st Lieutenant Infan
try O. R. C, United States Army,
Oct. 15, 1917, at Ft. Pes Moines,
Iowa; assigned to duty at Camp
.Mr. and Mrs. Thos. J. Brooks of
1501 Pearl street, entertained on
Tnesdy eve, October lfith, with a
Blrthdav Party in honor of their
little two-year old dauehter, Lor
raine. The children beenn fathering at
3:30 and mnnv handsome presents
were received. Games were the
feature of the even in At five o-'
. "clonk they we'e entertained with a
j peanut hunt, b'tt'e Mtss Vivian Sith
j being presented with a handsome
I box of cpndv fr flying te most
! peanuts, and little Miss Iucv Mai
JP'erce a tory book fm fining the
revi amount. At a later rour me
children were invited Into th din'""
room which was decorated with
beautiful ferns, , where ices were
Those present to enjoy little Lor
raine's booin,nl1v i-o-e Must"- "r
mn C. Williams. Robert J Pu'len,
Alfonzo Bak,er, Wa'ter and John
Daniel. Tommie T. and Wm. Cottn.
Vere L. Cample1'.' Misses MM Wti
l'e Duncan, Pose Fvpi'n Bovd, Hen
and Alice 0"enon, Helen F. Canrn
he'l. .Tantfi. Mig'e and Fannie Dan
iel, Ida Bel'. Milder, Lucv Mai and
Ma"erle Lee Pierce. Erstlne Bn'"er,
Christine and Ruby Johnson. Char
les Ftta Hughes. Vivian. and Mmwet
Smith. Tommie Bell. Blanch Mai Ma
one and Lorraine Brooks.
Faoh ch'ld ewessed themselves as
having enioved the occasion and left
wishin We Lorraine many more
happy birth days.
GLOOM GUM CLUB WANTS
GIRLS IN U. S. A., TO WRITE
The following cominviniratlon
which was received by the Globe
frnm 2'th Infantry, stationed at
Sehofield Barracks. Hawaii, address
ed to the voi'no- vnmpn living in
the U. S. explains itself:
O'r's. don't be bashful. Here Is
your chance. VH'-e ur. Gils,
Gloom Gum Club of Co. L, 25th
Inft. sta'Moufid in Hawiian Te-ri-tory.
has been Siinisring the blues, too
They have sounded an aneM to
small erirls. tall girls, light firls, dark
girls, fat girls and slim girls, in fact,
all g'rls. Cheer thpm W wr'tlns; to
them a letter occasionally. This Is
a chance for you.
Do your bit, get together and
form a club end cheer the boys up.
Pick your choice.
Geo. H. Thompson, James Robin
son, Willie Craige, Will Moslev,
Charley (Ruipard, Will Thomas,
George Oliver, Isaac Mitchell, Olaurte
Yates, Allen Thomas, and St. Clair
Of Interest to her friends and rela
tives in Shelbw'He nnd ntNr
of tnq state whi"e sno tq flpaoveHiv
popular, as well as friends and rela
t'ves in Nashvi"p is t' e announce
ment .made bv Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Austin of 1604 Jefferson street, of
the marriage of their nelce. Miss
P'hel Perkins to Mr. William H.
Patton. The marrla'e vows were
said at the home of the bride on
Wednesday night,-October 17th, in
the Presence of a limited number of
friends and acquaintances. Dean
C W. Morrow of Fisk University
Miss Perkins is a veryaceomplish
ed young woman, and for the past
several years has been a student at
Turner Normal College, Shelbwille,
Tenn. iShe is an expert miusician
end had planned to continue her
studies at Fisk University this ses
sion, however, before her application
went in the Musical Department ot
Fisk it was crowded. "
Mr. Patton is also very ippoular In
musical circles and 's a young man
of sterling worth. For several years
he was a member of te Mozar So
ciety at Fisk University and accom
panied the famous Fisk Glee Club
on several of their tours. At pres
ent he is head of the engineering de
pamfmeinit tpl the Agricultural and
Industrial State Normal. Mr. and
Mrs. Patton will be at home after
the first In a cottage near the school.
U. S. CLUB.
Friday evening at the home of Miss
Eleanor A. Battle, Scovel street,
finite a number of voun? I-'d'es were
called together and organized them
selves. Into the "U. S. Club." Offi
cers were elected as follows: Miss
Eleanor Battle rpresident; i Miss
Mariea 'Coombs, vice-president; Miss
Susie Crawley, secretary; Miss Eliza
beth CooTi, treasurer. Miss Ma-y
Stephena, chairman Executive Com
mittee; Miss Ella Darden, reporter
Quite a business meeting was held.
After which the young ladies were
enc-i-ed tn n. verv In'n-estlnsf Auto
mobile Contest, in -which Miss Jen
nie Childress won the first' prize and
Miss Evalena Crosthwait the boobv.
Misses Battle and Mairie Boyd delight
ed the guests with a delicious menu,
consisting of brick cream and maca
roons. Those present were M'isses
Ffffe Johnson, Miariea Coombs, Susie
Cpi!ev Fuchsia M'e-. f'lara Lowe,
Jennie Noel, Mary Stephens, E'liRenla
Cros.bnait, lima Dupont, Elizabeth
Cook,. Evalena Crosthwait, Ella Car
don.' Mtt'e r-rn"0" f-irie "-d,
Maatie Campbell and Eleanor Battle,
Jennie Childress and Eleanor Battle.
AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB. i
The usual meeting of this club met
at the residence of Mrs. T. M. Rydejut
708 10th Ave.. S. Oct. 17. The meet-!
ing was presided over by the presi
dent, Mrs. D. E. Alexander, whr. nnon.
ed the meeting with song and prayer
by the chaplain, Mrs. T. M. Rydemt.
The roll was called and each member
responded with dues and quotation
from Shapespeare. Much business of
interest was disposed of, after com
pleting the many different stitches
of nee lie art, the club decided to take
up knitting at the next meeting in
order that they may prepare comfort
Dags ror our colore! soldiers. Mrs.
Coy Hardin, Mrs. Cannon and Mrs.
Ryon were added to the club. The
meeting was turned over to the hos
tess, a delicious three course menu
was served. Mrs. Rydeout was as
sis'.er by Mrs. Marshall Ray. Mrs. D.
E. Alexander read a beautiful piece:
"Concentration." Mrs. D. E. Warley
! also had a reading which interested
i the club. Mrs. T. H. Elliott is on
program for next meeting. The meet
ing adjourned to meet with Mrs. D.
L. Warley, Oct. 31, 1917, 80 Claiborn
Mr. Rufus M. Jamison entertained
a limited number of friends last Wel
nesday night at the residence of his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
G. North, to celebrate the birthday of
his sister, Miss Johnnie Harriet
FLEUR DE LIS ART AND STUDY
A verv interetinG- monMnr th
Fluer De Lis Art and Study Club
was held at the A. and I. State Nor
mal on last Thursday afternoon, with
Mrs. W. J. Hale and Mrs. T. C. Moore
as Hostesses. This year the club has
decide! to do knitting and sewing for
the Red Cross and at this mee'ing an
hour and a half was spent pleasantly
in making comfort bags for Company
G. of which Captain Hadley is in
command, now stationed at Mem
phis, Tenn. Of thse bags were made,
the pin balls, bandages etc., be'ng
made' wi'h the assistance of the visi
tors present. The commodious and
convenient sewing room of the schnol
was used for this work and the ladies
really eijoyel the innovation. They
were skillfully directed in their work
by Miss Alice Cushing of the F re
side School, who is very much inter
ested in this work.
After the sewing hour the mem
bers of the club and their visitors
were received at the beautiful real
I dence of Mrs. Hale, where a delicious
two course menu was served. Durintr
i the hour spent at Mrs. Hale's home,
: the guests were favored with a read
ing from Dunbar by Mrs. D. Welling
ton Berry and a solo by Mrs. J. A.
Darden of Petersburg, Va.
The visitors present at this enjoy
able mee'ing of the club were: Mrs.
J. A. Grumbles of San Antonio, Tex.;
Mrs. J. A. Darden, of Pe ersburg, Vt(.;
Mrs. A. L. Whittaker, Mrs. I: L:
Moore Mrs. D. W. Rprry. Mrs. L. T.
Holt, Mrs. E. A. White of Walden Uni
versity, Mesdames Wilson, Benson,
White, Robinson, Misses Crogman
Momhprs nf thp plllh nrnannr urea
Mesdames Bostic, Boyd, Moore, Vas
sar, Singleton, McKissac, Caldwell,
MIR. FRED T. HILL,
Asst. Superintendent life & Casual
ty Insurance Co., Branch Office,
who v as elected on te Executive
Committee of the Star Realty &
Investment Company, at te an
munl meeting Thursday night, Oct.
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW FOR
NASHVILLE SOCIETY FOLKS.
The Elite Dancing academy will
maVe Its formal announcement within
a few days according to Prof Davis,
the youn; man who is promoting this.
It will be run altogether on a differ
ent basis from anything e,rer afemnt
ed In Nashville. According to his ar
rangements the academy will be
operated along lines with wh'ch such
organi-ations are handled in the larg
est cities In the North and East.
A number of letters will be sent w'h
invitations to a very select number
of youn'r ladies' and young men In
Nashville's Society Circle to partici
pate in these series of winter evening
In order to be elibigle to attend this
class you must be In possession of an
ndmlssinn card properlv signed, and
in order to gain admittance to this,
this admission card rryust be present
ed at the door each evening. This
tn inB in or-'o" thqt trx "iqqq enn
be made as select as possible and to
correct erroneous Ideas.. This is do-e
in orde" hnt he c'iss ci bs nre'r
ed on high line ideas and kept pure
Prof. Davis further announces that
invitations will be out next week In
viting Nashvilles' young Society Cir-.
e'e as well as a number of the younger
married pe-n'e to attend the first'
series of dances. He also states that
t.bev will be held on SauHqv evei'ng
f-"m 4 to 8 o'clock making it pos
sible for the young lad'es to tend
and leave at an hour thoroughly in
beenlng with good manners.
A number of Nashville's young mar
ried couples as ve'l as a "umbe" of
settled people will receive compli
mentary tickets to these dances in
order to chaperon the youneer ele
ment'as well as to give tone and digni
ty to the occasion.
The exact date of the first enter-
A CT-w OO Erlngs This j
1 CiV ttZ&U U
Tailored to Your Measure
on n oner o easy, bo ntyrti, to win-
derful, you can hardly believe it. The JtzJ,.
vci j invest laio styict Frncci lit
majmihcent new design, deuvered
prepaid, Snd no monmy now, not
on emnt, just write ui a letter or
Iotal and Rny,a5n mm your new
amamint 3 eait offer and get
the latest bier -t of cloth nmnU'S
to pirk from, a frreut book of ail the brand
n w r'j TAhbiona Known injrorjroous colon
mil rte, a tailoring ofT.-r r-o eplena d,
la marvelous, it's bard to teli' ; n-rautt r
nni better than any tui 'or mi? otf -r you ever
iit. How to ft mil your own
t ne trmm, h. w to mnke a1! your
!KKJuiii im-nty in y ur extra spare time.
li .w to oecomA more important jmluential
i ml prosperous. Don t wait, dun't tint it
f. write u Vo if name and ai1lrHa
v, t'-'ttiy, i hia vr minute, Aitreoa
-n .H.kUnmi w, hu-i. -a-, wnn.uj
tainment will not be announced for
everai aays yet, as it is not intended
to make it a public affair, those ex-
rec'el willvbo invite! An identiflca-
tion card will accompalny each invita-
tion which will entitle the holder to
admission to the hall. All the latest
dances will be taught by Prof. Davis
and he will be ably assisted from time
to time by professional teachers com
ing in from the East and West.
For a number of years Trof Davis
has given much time to the study and
teacning ot uancing, although he is
a Nashville boy, he has spent many
years in the East and Weit where he
has come in toucft with the greatest
dancing masters in the world, he an-
nounces some hing new and entirely
different for Nashville, saying this
will be the most elaborate academy
of dancing ever attempted in any
MME. JOHNSON IN THE CITY
Mmp TiiHan Tnrinartn f fMnanri Til
the renown and celebra'e l me Hum. is
paying Nashville a visit in comnanv
with Dr. J. Langston Pool, M. D., of
Chicago, 111., 'he ce'eb'i'el 'e'ner
md healer. While in the city Mme.
Johnson is the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
.1. W. Russe'l. of 613 Main St., East
m il .
vil e she con'emplates giving snvernl
public demonstrations and semoes
tic mot ,;i ii.csc vaa siveil 1HSI oun-
lav evening a' be Dix'e Thetre,
Lafayette and Manle streets., to a
cnwdel house. Evcy one amending
prnunonced it wonderful indeed and
snnVe in the highest terms of Mme.
Johnson. It has not been learned how
long Mme. Johnson would hp in tho
city, but her visit to Nashville was for
the purpose of en'e'-tng her daugh
ter in tine of Nashvtl'e's Institutions
of 'enrnfng. as Nashville is known far
and wWe as an educational center.
Mme Johnson has boen the ren'n'e-it
i or ou'te a bit of attention, socially,
Fe"ernl dinners and parties being
given in her honor. She is Indeed a
'"on-'e-ful '"oman and is alrevly im
nreel with Nashville and its won
derful advantages. This is Mme.
T"hns"n's first visit to the south.
She has read and heird much but
"w cmies to see for be-elf. Since
ve- arrival she con'emn'nes m'ng
a tour of the south, taking in Chat
'anooga, Atlnnta. Blrlnmham. mont-"-onie'v,
Mob"e and New Orleans, re
urning to Chicago direct from Ne'v
Orleans. Mme. Johnson Is ve'-y
favorably situated in Chicngo. having
there hosts of friends and admirers.
The B. T. W. T. Club met with Mrs.
O. G. Morton 1307. 12th Ave. S. Mrs.
A. H. Clark presided. It was report
el to tbe club, that Mrs. G. B. Bolden,
a member of the club had lost her
little son. We sincerely mourn her
loss of dear little Ceorge, who was
indeed a bright and.Iovelv chil l, and
we pray that, the Lord will mnke her
strong in this her hour of bereave
ment. A ve-y interesting program
was rendered. Mrs. A. L. Williams
son? a solo which was thoroughly en
joyed by the ladies. Af'er collection
of dues, a short while was spent in
needle work. The lad'es '-e-e lie
lHhtfully served by (he hostess to an
e'eant two course menu. The color
scheme, pink and white was carried
out. We were glad to have the pleas
ure of enrolling Ms El varl Veson
and Mrs. 'George Morton's names to
our membership. Mrs. A. Dunning
ton who was with us expressed her
self as being very much impressed
''h be club. Those peent we e:
Mesdames A. H. Clark, B. E. Gordon,
H. M. Burnes, M. E. Priest, A. Web
s er, D. L. Williams, F. Saunders, B.
Morton. E. Venson. A. V. Marshall,
A. Dunnington. The club will hold
is next meeMng with Mrs. M. E.
Priest, 912 Overton, street S. Nash
vu.e. WHITE RIBBON ART CLUB.
Very delightful Indeed . as the so
.clal given by t' e White Rib'on Art
Club Thurslav evening. Oc'.over 18th,
at the residence of Miss Cord la
I'prld-s on Thirteenth avntie, Fout'l.
The house was beaut:fu"lv decorate I
with potted plants, t uclc an! d nc
lng were the main fcatu-es of the
even'n', and at a late hour a drlWous
Ire cn'irqo "()( srvnd. Miss Perkins
was assisted in receiving by Miss Lu
.rf r ght. T'tose present were
Misses Eloise Jordan. Har li Pt
ktfis, Mary Murnhy, Janlo Daniels
Mary 'Elsberry, Mattie J. Brown, Mat
t' R-a n. E'l-a P-rk'ns MaT''e
Panlels, Jessie Hatcher Frankin Per
kins Rnli'e Cannon. Efzin- Woods.
Celia Martin, Geo-gla Hill, Mary
Nicholson, Louise Hanion, Cbudla
'""n1". "'q.-f. ojjl "a-.v T'1'l'OT.
Bessie Harrison, Fosa Flemmlno:,
'flti'dT F r. nnv'B
Bake", Rachel Sumner, Elizabeth
Miller, Mary Patve, Louise F'e min r,
Eva Hollinsworth, Loyie Napier and
T uMIe Cartwrl"ht. Messrs Jae "o'
!''. Hoche' rur f'm Jo-es, Hllie
Daniels Samuel , Turner. Hfrmau
Duff, Wm. Mates, John Duff, 'Walter
t - AM
yfZ'f ' H
COUGH GONE NOW.
Lung-Vita 4s Trie Only Meii
cim Thai Ever Did Any'
! "I have bad bronchial asthma nil
my life, and have coughed and
. wheezed so badly that I could not
! clnnn n n rl tn v huriv tiua aethma tnn "
says Mrs. Pauline Gaines, who lives
at 217 Kerr street, Chattanooga,
Tenn., in her statement dated Octo
ber 9, 1917. "After giving it three
r fmiM ilncna rit T tin CT 'itl it hnQ tl rt
had another Bpeii gince. After I had
taken a half of a bottle my cough
was gone. Lung-Vita is the only j
medicine that ever did me any good,
It is sure a wonderful medicine, and
I cannot say too much for it. I want
to recommend Lung-Vita to all per-
sons that are afflicted with bronchial
asthma as 1 was. It did more for me
than the doctors ever did."
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and
Daniels, Robert D:ilahunty, Robe-t
Daniels, 1 obert Spann. Clarence Vin-1
son, Theodore Edwards, Earl John-1
son, Allen Black, Willie Huthes,
1 erry Foster, Morris Comer, Jamas
Sissney, Thotras Hill and Was'iins;-
ton Green, Mesdames Fos'er, Mam,
Flpmming, Napier. Berry, Cartwright,
Barbee and Perkins,
FOURTEEN YEARS OF CONJUGIAL
i Mr. and Mrs Robert C. En son of
I Tremont avenue were "it hon e" to
! a limi ed number of frien's Mo day
I evening, O'toher to celerr te the
! fourteenth anniversary of their we.l-
dins. For this cccion t'-e asm
1 home presented a beautiful nonear-
nnce, being Adorned with autumn
fowets and large rotte'' plants. On
the arrival of the guests. "P"nch"
v as dispensed by li"le Roer Fason
Jr., after which they were ushered
into the rece tion rm where arl
ous gnmes were enjoved.
After several hours of merriment.
tp hosso invMfH her "nest1 into the
dining voom where a sumptuous din
ner of many courses was served The
(lini"." table was epecinllv a'trac'ive,
having ns i's central ornament a
lar?e silver cndpl-ba rontT'nin
numerous lighted tapers with canary
sh-'drf's Mr. Wi'l Yotng pe'e 1 as
toRstmpster an' In turn each guest
congratulated the happy cou le and
wished thpm many more vears of
?e l; the
table were: Mr and Mrs Will Young,
Mr. and Mrs. Janies Coey, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Velev Maney, Mr. an-1 Mrs.
Charles Thorn, Vr. and Mrs Wil er
C'ark. Dr and Mrs. w. h Voorhees
nnd Mr. and M-s R"brt Eaon. At
a lne hour the guests dpparted for
tnelr several hordes, aga'n 'lshl g
th. bride and grom of f-urteen
years a long, happy and prosperous
life on the matH-roMal sea.
MRS. C. C. COTTEN,
' The newly eleclel president of the
rarent teachers Association of the
ruari riign anuurammar scnooi.
DREAMLAND ENTERTAINMENT TO
BE NOV. 7, AT GERMAN AMERI
The Great Northern Club, will give
their Lreamland Entertainment, Nov.
7, on Welnesday night, all plans ha-.e
been completed for this big occasion.
This entertainment will be given for
the benefit of students that came into
Nashville late to enter tho schools,
many invitations will be sent out ot
surrounding towns of Nashville. Old
dances as well as new dances will be
put on, whist and checker games will
be played, a waltz contest will be put
on, and a costly , prize will be given
away. B. H. January of the young
me.i's Co-operative Club was appoint
ed the General Chairman of this big
affair. Committee on Arrangements:
F. R. Webster, Chairman, James W.
Eakins, C. A. Morfard, Oscar Frazier,
John Wall, Harry Bro;elton, J. E. Bal
ton, Philips Gay, 0. O. Clendenen, T.
L Armstrong, Cbas Carter, W M.
Baber, James Archie and Carl Morrill.
Mr. Lewis Wilson the popular
dancing director of the south, is plan
ning to put on dances that will suit
everybody that attend this entertaiii
i' put. he has a great .following, New
music will be put on special for out
MRS. HARRI5' P'ttt? i
Mrs. Diiisv Turner Harris had a
six o'clock dinner last Friday in
honor of Misses Marv B. Brown and
Eula Starks at her home, 909 King
St. The guest list was limited and
the affair was dellghtfull ctrriedi
out. The dining and'l'v'ng rooms :
being exquisitely furnished. The
guests on mak.ng the.t .. ,ture otl
a late hour expressed themselves as !
having spent one grand and glorious
THE TFXTEF CLUB.
The Relief Club held its regular
meeting -at the residence of Mrs.
Morton on Ivy Street last Friday.
The president, Mrs. Susan Johnson,
was present and was very ably asslsed
'n presiding over the meeting by Mrs.
Emma Watkins, who oiled the club
to order. Mrs. Maggie Pettis then
followed by o 'ering song and praver.
Mesdames Harris and Pace paid a
glowing visit to the club and eich
one of these bd'"- Mr"- t
selves as being highly pleased with
the work of the cu,
tant matters arose before tho -- i
bers that necessitated a call meeting
I tl - -vv H 'j
ir 1 V -, ' , If .
We Invite Our Friends and Visitors
, TO HEAR THE SECOND SERMON OF OUR SERIES
NEXT SUNDAY MORNING
OCTOBER 28th. at 11 A. M.
BY OUR PASTOI
REV. W. S. ELLINGTON, A. M.. D. D.
s "TheMjdel Young Womah"
- First Baptist Church, lt
Take Meridian - treet ear. tret off on Unrk. wnlk two bloeka East. Ocod mosic
and a cordial weleome awaita yi.u. COME.
II II frir n'lin
( Umed) OFFICERS ANO MEMBERS OF IH
N vember 4t 1, "The Model
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tA PTW"pTMlde 'm Prof ley Miller's
010 IU 0 NEW PROGRESS OF COLORED PEOPLF. a 500
pase book, eact-prs, Stndems, M nisiers, Widows, Married Women, anyone wita spare
Him ran make $100 PER "OUR.
t 11(1 HIMiY III 1 V l'l" KASY I II Mil l Hrilr Fur Tr,rm anil Onttii at Onltr All T..H,
i si i.x jKMiivs i i .sr vniiiuKiu. ii. ;.
it the residence of Mrs. Lizzie
Meredith, 1006 Ivy street. Owing
to the illness of Mrs. Blanch
Smith the recording secretary the as
sistant secretary, Mrs. Fannie Arm
strong called the roll. After all
business was transacted, Mrs. Mor
ton served her guests to an elaborate
course of dainty and delightful re
freshments. The next meeting will
be held at the home of Mrs. Sallie
Leek, 719 Tenth Avenue, South.
DR. SCARLET MANAGES BIG
One of the graduates of Meharry
Medical College in the person of Dr.
H. C. Scarlet, has branched out in
the business world. It is said that
Dr. Scarlet has not neglected his
practice, being easily one of the
foremost physicians in his home
town at Waycross, Georgia. His new
business venture is the Laborer's
Penny Saving and Loan Co. an or
ganization at Waycross with a capi
til stock of ten thousand dollars.
The company deals in real estate
anil loans. In fact they are said to
be doing an excellent banking busi
ness, having been successful in sav
ing a number of homes that were
practicilly lost for non-payment.
It will be remembered tlvit Dr. Scar
let ns well as his wife aro graduates
of Meharrv Medical College.
Rev. S F. Mayors preached his
closing sermon at Solomn Chapel on
Sunday night Oct. 14, at Solomon
Chapel A. M. E. Church. The enier
tainnient given at Solomon Chapel A.
"'t. E. Church was largely attended.
Rev. S. F. Maiors was the guest of
Mr. John McWhorter, last Sunday.
Rev. J. A. Miller, who has been indis
posed for one week is able to be out
again. Mr. William B. Peebles is
now employed beyond Chattanooga.
Mr. Horace Fannings is now em
ployed at The Mill Creek Stock farm.
Mr. Lucy Rowe Is now spending the
fall months at home. Mrs. Jennie
Greene is now employed at Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Weaver. Mr. H. Watson
is again indisposed we hope fur, him
a speedy recovery. Mr. Henry Mc
Laughlin called to see his mother on
the Asylum lane. Mr. Elijah Jennings
f Elm Hill Road, was at the Bene
volent meeting last Saturday night.
Miss Annie Buchanan of Nashvillu is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Leola Searcy.
Mr. Judson Fannings is now employ
ed in one of the business firms of
. . jo ... ij Hie, .now j-rcs-
id""t of the it. S Club, one of Nash
ville's latest Social Organizations-.
Mr. William Dallas Bigley cele
brated his 3Sth birthday Wednes
day night, October 10th at the resi
dence of Mrs. P. A. Sims, 909 10th
Avenue, South from 8 p.' ni . to 11
The miernbers of Wesley Chaipel
M. E. Church are highly pleafPd '"1th
their new pastor, Rev. A. B. Thomp-
' : -h i-s S tn'iav, Oc
tober 21st, arwl preached day and
n, ..'t. lie took his text from the
book of Ruth. Quite a large congre
gation was out to hear him and all
left with their hearts filled with joy.
The Conference Evanollst was
here in our midst also and he gave
p '. excellent talk on the Epworth
League. It has been quite a while
s nee we had dear Bro. Price with
us and several of the older people
we-e g'ad indeed to see him a';ain.
The choir furnished music day and
"Ight. Mr. Emerald A. Bond presid
ed at the organ. The amount ot
$6.20, and Mr. S. B. Bond, Jr., came
1- - J.
CHUHCH. jno. T. Sbelby. Church Clerk.
Home," Third Sermon of Series.
SEE II EKE.
If you wish a LOAN to
meet the expenses o
these war times to pay
taxes, to inert the in
creased cost of living etc
Call at the
One Cent Savings Bank
And be accommodated
Oh KICK! OFF1CK HOURS:
131)3 Cellar Street 8:30 lg II) a. m.t 12 la :30 a.
Telephone Main 1 1.1 1 S tn 7 p. m.
DR. CRAWFORD G, HARWELL
HinSIClAN AND SURGEON
ReaiJenee 1613 1-2 llauiiltoa St.
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Not A Cure-Ail, But
A carefully prepared combination
of valued volatile oils. A prescrip
tion brought to this country by a
native of Jamaica there usr-d suc
cessfully in their many respiratory
diseases because of its Volatile na
ture and combating qualities.
It is easdy carried into all the air
passages and respiratory ca' als by
the simple spray. Thus it is used
in all tbroai and lung troubles,
which predispose to Tuberculosis,
as Tonsilitis, Pharyngitis. Laryn
gitis. Croup and Diphtheria.
It can be taken in small doses
for dispepsia. kidney, liver, stom
ach, and bowel affections
f xternfl applications for rheumatism,
burns old sores, ulcers and b.ood
INDIANS NATURE'S RFMl I, Y
Try a Bottle, price, SO rN.
A Bible herb grows in the West
Indies, carefully prepared anr1
combined with ihc West Indian
vegetable 8 gsr and iron a re 1
nature s remedy. The best on tl e
market for a ionic and laxative
for con-tipat d people and at o
pains and aches in the body ai d
Price, Rllr; MI.OO. Address
Dr. W. S. Herron.
1608 17th Ave., N.,
N tshville, Tenn.
also Lineo Lung Balm, the 1 teft
discovery fi.r bud colds, ioiils,'
asthma and consumption. Give
it a trial nnd prove it for your
self. Price, SI per Imltle.
III. W. K. in: II HON.
IfVOS 17th Ave., N..Nshville. Tenn.
forward, and lifted (the amount tof
$1.25 for Father Price. The young
mien of the community seem to be
well pleased with the pastor and are
trying to do all they can to help get
him moved in the bounds of his
work. Mr., OalMey, an aged man
fell dead Sunday morning near
Sipring Hill. The Rev. A. B. Thomp
son and R. L. Thompson officiated
at tbe crave. Mr. Joe B. McKee of
his neighborhood, buried him. It is
very seldom that' we can get such
compliments from the white people.
Mr. S B. Bond, the Undertaker of
Spring Hill, took charge or the buri
al. Rev. John Sherrill of Columbia
filled his ipulpit at the Missionary
Baptist Church day and night. His
people turned out in full to hear him.
Rev. Green Thompson and a good
'number of his members went to
NashvlHe to the Union meeting.
T'ey all enjoyed a glorious meeting.
The young people of the M. K.
Church are planning for a blue rib
bon entertainment in a fow weeks.