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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1917.
Woman Should Use
Town Talk Tablets for Comfort
Tor a Ions time I wu In a Ur-j
rlble run-down condition with lemala
trouble, which my physicians called
different names. I suffered terribly
at periods, and could get no relief.
'Wemea that ara thin. rl tmiinw.
cheated, sunken-cheeked who are los
ing flesh, xan-t sleep, have foul breath.
wi waie m the mouth, who worry,
fret, hare hysteria and crvincr ariu
and are ail run down, have ailments
yroaucea oy a diseased or Impoverish
ed condition of the blood. Their poor
bodies need nourishment. Tnwn
Talk Tablets cure all these symptoms
as If by magic. Thev
dlcal sufferings that are peculiar to
wumea. it makes them healthy and
uappy. oecauM it puts new Ufa Into
their system, new energy into their
veins, which nourishes the lungs, the
is me amneys, stomach, bowels
and ether organs. Here is a woman
," aaa passed thrmiph th
ia iaai inousands of women Just
--uwiug. Airs. N. A.
IHatCh Of 80 Park AveTlll PrAMrrnn
Jessie Jenkins the P. E. of the Fay-1 women against the men. The women
etteville district, were united in the are victorious each time. The rally
holy bound of wedlock. At 9:30 the will continue until the second Sunday
bridal pair marched into the beauti
fully decorated porch at the brides
heard of Town Talk Tablets, which
a number of my neighbors were tak
ing, every one of whom had some
;ood report to make about them, so
I not a bottle. They helped me at
once, so I got another. Alter tne
second the pains left me, and my old
periodical suffering came no more. I
kept at it, taking several bottles, but
tow am entirely cured. I do my own,
work, and never have a pain, I am;
saining in strength and flesh every
lay. There is certainly nothing made
that can equal Town Talk Tablets.
$1.00 a bottle. Mailed by Home Re
lief Laboratories, Boston, Mass.
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
Sunday was a brteht day. and the
church and Sunday school goers were
busy. Rev. P. J. Whlttaker, was
found at his post of duty preaching a
great sermon. Rev. Sebastaln, the
new pastor of the M. E. Church, made
a fine show up Sunday, and with his
tart we wish for him a great suc
cess. Rev. P. J. "Whlttaker preaehed
a wonderful sermon for Rev. Sebas
taln at 2:30 Sunday all present seem
ed to have enjoyed the sermon. Mrs.
Margaret Kyle, of Nashville, has
moved to Tullahoma and is now so
journing with her mother in their
beautiful home on Polk street.
Charlie Murphy was In Chattanooga
Sunday, attending church. Rev. Wil
liam ferry Showers, died Monday
evening ana his funeral was attend
ad at the A. M. E. Church by Rev.
Wm. Jenkins. J. R. MarpMinnlra. T
W. Richmond. His remains were
buried in the Citizens Cemetery. Rev.
Showers leaves a widow and a host
of frelnds and relatives to mourn his
I loss. . Mrs. E. M. Showers, left Wed
nesday for the conference at Chatta
nooga, after the death of her hus
band Monday and funeral Tuesday.
Miss Nina Mazle, has returned from
Cincinnati, Ohio. Paralee McGhee, Is
sick. Rev. A. E. Martin, is attending
his conference in Chattanooga this
week. Mrs. Hale, was a visitor to the
A. M. E. Conference last week in Chat
tanooga. Mr. Elliott Gupton, was at
home Sunday nursing the baby. Mrs.
Birdie Jenkins, was called to Chatta
nooga last Monday to be present at the
bed side of her father who is quite
sick, and her sister Mrs. Mamie Ta
ton, who has undergone a serious
operation. She was accompalned by
Miss Janle Mai Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs.
Abell Dixon Neal, and Mr. Cliff Col
ter, motored through from Fayette- i services In order
residence. The bride with Miss workers.
Paralee McGhee as brides maid, and
Mrs. Mary E. Parker maid of honor,
and . Mr. Sidney Parker, with the
groom, while Mrs. T. B. Spencer play
ed Mendelsohn Wedding march, and
the Eureka Band played the song
Marching to Zion. . Rev. A. E. Mar
tin, the popular pastor of the A. M.
E. Church, assisted by Rev: D. S.
Ransaw, of Chattanooga said the beau
tiful words that made this lovely
, couple man and wife. The costume
I of the bride was a beautiful blue silk
carrying a large bouquet, colors white
and pink. The groom wore a black
broad cloth full dress suit. There
was a large attendance at this wed'
ding. After the wedding a nice course
of cake and ices was served by Misses
Lane, Arnold, Smartt, Davidson, and
Ryles. After a late hour, all depart
ed to their different homes. The bride
and groom will spend their honey
moon lu the East. The happy couple
received many valuable presents. We
wish them much Joy, and happiness.
Mrs. Jennie Wagner, , .is visiting
friends and relatives in Fayetteville
and Mulberry this week, Mrs. Ada
Gupton, is reported sick.: Mr. Vic
tor Lightfoot, of South Pittsburg, was
on our streets last week. Mrs. Martha
Sullivan, one of the oldest women of
our town, and who has been here for
years, left Friday for Pittsburg, Pa.,
where she goes to spend the remainder
of her life with Mrs. Hattie Gregoryl
Smith. Mrs. Sullivan's many friends
bated to see her leave. Mr. Fuze
Stamps, was called home last week
from Chattanooga to be present at
the bedside of his mother who Is quite
sick. Rev. A. E. Martin, was called
to Nashville last Tuesday to be present
at the meeting of the executive board
of the Turner Normal College. Read
the Globe and keep posted with Tulla
homa news. Mrs. Nathaniel Williams,
died Saturday night. She had been
in failing health for quite awhile.
Her funeral was at the A. M. E.
Church, of which she was a member,
by Revs. Martin, Jenkins and March-
bank. She leaves a mother, father,
two children, and other relatives to
mourn her loss. Burial at Citizens
Cemetery. Hon. J. C. Napier, of Nash
ville lectured at the M. E. Church
Sunday night, to a large audience.
The other churches suspended their
that they might
Brandon's Chapel are great church
Mrs. Holford Hafrls of Chicago,
111., Is the cuest of her mother, Mrs.
Leah Weir. Mr. Walter Denney of
Detroit, Mich., is with his parents
this week. Mrs. Jordan Caruthers
and daughter, Miss Maud Woodfolk,
were in Nashville shopping last week
Capt. Winston and wiie of Philippine
Islands, are here visiting his father,
Mr. Ceasar Winston. Rev. M. F.
Kiley left Monday for Covington to
attend the convention. Rev. Dr. Jen
kins of Nashville preached at Mt
1 Zion Baptist Church Tuesday night
Rev. W. H. Adams left Wednesday
for .Nashville to attend the annual
conference. Miss Nancy WooJs of
Carthage U visiting in Lebanon. Mr.
Jack Coats of Watertown was in
Lebanon for a few hours Monday. Mr.
Hershall .Black mon of Cookvllle has
been with friends here for a few days
and left Tuesday for Nashville. Ifev.
Edwards preached a soul-stirring ser
mon at Winter's Chapel Tuesday
night. The reception given at Win
ter's Chapel in honor of their pastor,
Rev. W. H Adams, on Tuesday night
proved to be quite grand. Rev
Adams has already, served his people
flve years, but owning to the grand
reception it seemed tbat the people
would have been pleased to have him
stay five more years. Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Richardson entertained in honor
of Captain G. W. Winston and wile
of the Philippine Islands, Saturday,
with a 1 o'clock dinner. Covers were
laid for ten. Those seated at the
table were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richard
son, Mr. and Mrs. Tomle Richardson,
Mr. and Mrs. Caesar Winston, Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Scruggs, Captain
and Mrs. Winston. Captain and Mrs
G. W. Winston will leave Monday for
Iowa. Rev. T. W. Johnson, pastor of
Pickett Chapel M. E. Church, preach
ed at Mt. Zion Baptist Church Sun
day afternoon. He also preached his
opening sermon at Pickett
Dr. W. A. Thompson. Mr. W. T. and
Kavin McClain of 9S Robertson street,
Nashville, were in Lebanon Sunday at
the bedside, of their father, Mr. Billie
McClain. Mr. Ernest Clark of Nash
ville spent Sunday In Lebanon. Mrs.
Koxie Taylor left Saturday morning
for Chattanooga to spend some time
with the Rev. D. W. Bloodworth and
family. Mrs. Frankie Young Johnson
is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Alice Hill,
of Nashville. Rev. Henry preached
at the Holiness Church Sunday morn
ing, afternoon and night. Mr. W. M.
Landis was in Lebanon with his fam
ily Sunday. He is now engaged in
work at Smithville. At tba beauti
ful home of Miss Tobitha Carter on
McCreuor street. In honor of Captain
G. W. Vin3ton and wife of Philippine
Islands, she entertained about fifty
people. Dr. T. W. Johnson, pastor of
Pickett Chapel M. E. Church, was
present and led in prayer an 1 Captain I
Winston made an interesting talk
which every one enjoyed. Several
old soldiers were present and Joined
Captain Winston In his talk. Capt.
G. W. Winston is the son of Mr.
Ceasar Winston of this place and
Lebanon certainly feels proud to have
the captain and his wife to be pres
ent. Captain Winston will lecture at
the public school at 1 o'clock Monday.
He will leave for Iowa Monday afternoon.
She was the wife of Mr. John Yowell
and was a member of the A. M. E.
Church at Providence. Funeral
services at St. Paul A. M. E. con
ducted by Rev. J. M. Brown. She
leaves a husband, seven children, a
host of friends and relatives. Dr.
W. T. Green Is going right on with
the colored hospital.
Mr. Joe Dabney who lived here
years ago, was here with his brother,
Mr. Tom Dabney looking over the
grounds where they once have trod.
Mr. Joe Dabney Is in the government
service and his been for 17 years.
He has made a high mark tn tha
army. He holds the office of a com
missioned officer, he came to Nash
ville to take charge of the colored
hova who left Monday night for tha
training camp. Those who went to
the training camps from this place
were Mr. Joseph Moore. Mr. Sam
Dobson, Houston Daniels and Frank
Armstrong. Mr. Will Green la ser
iously ill. Our Sunday school at the
Mt. Lebanon First Baptist Church K
getting along fine. Rev. Mr. H. M
Burns, pastor of the Tabernacle Bap
tist Church at Nashville was here
Saturday visiting. Read the Globe
and keep posted on the news.
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ville Sunday. They were the guest I hear him.
of Mrs. Lula Dixon. Mrs. Laura was called home last Monday to the
iClendenon, received the sad news last funeral of his daughter.
Saturday that her son, Robert in
Sunday morning. The members
Pickett Chapel believe that Rev. T
W. Johnson is the right man in the
right place. The rally at Mt. Zion
Baptist Church proved to be quite a
Buccess. They realized $158.68. Rev.
M. F. Riley, pastor. Miss Mamie
Johnson of Nashville Is the guest of
her sister, Miss 'Bessie Johnson,
East Trousdale street. I nose on
Mrs. Sarah Fulton departed this
life October 27, age one hundred and
three years old. She was the mother
of Mrs. Ellen Todd. She died in full
triumph of faith. She was a mem
ber of the A. M. E. Church for 80
years. She left a good record to her
children and that she wishes to meet
them in Heaven. . The daughter has
lost a mother indeed, the grandchil
dren a grandmother, the church has
lost a faithful member and consistent
Christian, Fayetteville has lost one
of its best citizens, but we bow our
heads in humble submission to Him
who doeth all things well and bid
peace to her ashes. Mrs. Mollis
Scales Cousin, Mrs. Shockley is visit
ing Miss Clark, granddaughter of Mr.
Chanel Jack Clark. She will leave to Join
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MME. J. NELSON.
Michigan, had been given up by the
Doctor. No hope for him. Mrs. Min
nie Robertson, of South Pittersburg,
is present a tthe bed side of her father,
Peter Bate, who is quite sick. Mrs.
Gertrude Photen, Is making large pre
parations for the matrimonial ship.
We hope that she will ride easy. Wm.
Oakley, and wife have been quite
busy since conference catching up.
They were very busy last week gather
ing eorn. That speaks well for good
livinl. Mr. John Wagner, the old
reliable porter, was able to be at his
post Sunday. Mr. Earnest Moore, has
accepted a position in Chattanooga,
and is hard at it.
Wednesday night was a great one
.when Mrs. Alice Davidson and Rev.
of her husband sooi. Mr. Jerry Grown j
died while In Chattanooga ana nis !
remains were shipped to Fayetteville t
Monday, October 29th. Mr. Curtis
Scales made a flying trip to see his i
cousins. Misses Mollie and Maggie j
Scales on West Washing street. Miss
Aelease Commons has returned home
of i after about two months stay at
rn ! lliintuvillfi Ala nml Pulaski., visit-
Rev. Hale, of Chattanooga, thJ gIck Ust are Mrg' Sadie Keith'ing friends. She was at her post at
Miss Laura J. Bostick, Mr. Billie Mc-1 St. Paul A. M. E. Church, Sunday
Clain and little Bessie M. Keith. A might. We were very glad to see her.
beautifully planned reception was iMiss Delia Beaver is up again after
tendered Dr. T. W. Johnson, pastor of' an illness of several weeks. Mrs. G.
the Pickett Chapel M. E. Church, at!L. Commons left Fayettsville a few
the church Friday night, October 2Gth. ; days ago and no one secnics to know
Mrs. A. L. Anderson had charse of f her whereabouts. Mr. Edward
the program. The following program : Buchanan has closed out his business
was rendered: Selection by the, on the square to do other business,
choir, Mrs. Thompson, pianist; invo-! We hope for him great success. Miss
cation by Rev. H. Betty; Scripture! Nina Dierner made a flying trip to
reading by Rev. T. W. Johnson; wel-'see home folks Saturday and returned
come in behalf of the church, Dr W. j to her home Sunday in Chattanooga.
A. Thompson; selection by the choir; We are having a deal of great speak
welcome on behalf of the citizens, I ers to address us lately on the con
Prof. N. C. Woods; remarks bv the scrvation of food and the Liberty
pastor, Rev. T. W. Johnson There Loan Bonds, our people are with both,
were about 250 present. A delisht- with hearts and hands. Mrs. S. M.
ful ice course was served to the en
tire gutist list. Cartain G. W. Win
ston, of the Philippine Islands, was
Introduced to the congergation by
THE PERFECT FLOUR
FOR BISCUITS. CAKES WAFERS. ETC. THE BEST ON THE
Sunday at Brandon's Chapel was
great. Each member was on hand to
hear their beloved pastor, Rev. Wm.
Jenkins, who preached an especial
ly strong sermon in the morning
from Ezra 8th chapter and 22 verse.
At night his text was from Rev. 12th
chapter 1st verse. The congregations
at both services were large and re
sponsive. Rev. Jenkins is . an excep
tionally strong man, and a great
money getter. His rally was a pheno
menal success. The membership of
Brandon's Chapel is anxious to have
the church finished and If vim and
determination will do it, the thing
will be done. The rally pits the
Bonner sends her subscription for
three months to the Globe. Get in the
game and keep up. Mrs. Annie
Yowell departed this life Tuesday.
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