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flag goea by or the band plays "The much interest was manifested by all
Star Spangled Banner," Which tsj'"c
more than some of the folks at home
do. We know, for we have watched
There never was a season when the
price and supply of coal, so engross
ed the ml ml a of the people. The rea
son for this is not a puzzle, for the
prices are extremely high, almost pro
hibitively so for many pocket books,
and along with this goes the ordering,
but long delays in filling the same.
People turn in many directions,
seeking something in the form of fuel
to take the place of coal. Owners of
bodies of timber meet a ready sale
for such quantities of dry cordwood
as they may have to spare. Who lift
ed the price of coal to such a level,
who holds it back from the humble
purchaser? Is war at the root of
this evil condition or is it the sinful
cupidity of mankind?
The communion service Sunday
morning promises to be spiritually
helpful to alt who attend. The choir
will lie ably assisted by the Treble
clof Club of Walden University. Miss
Mamuiie E. Braden, the director, has
succeeded in working this club up
to one of the best musical organiza
tions in the city. The public is cor
diully invited to be present and share
In the worship.
The Galeda class of Pleasant Green
Baptist church met Thursday, Oct. 25,
1917 at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Washington on Warren street.
The meeting was opened in the usual
way with song and prayer. The les
son was begun and taught by the
teacher, Mr. S. H. Johnson for 30
minutes some good thoughts were
brought out in the lesson, after which
the Hostess served the class a delicious
two course menu. The class text was
repeated and the class adjourned to
meet with Miss Farrell on Cedar St.
Thursday evening, Nov. 1, 1917.
When the food administrator says j CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY.
Church of the Holy Trinity, Ewing
and Sixth Ave., the Rev. E. M. M.
Wright, Friest-in-eharge. Services for
the twenty-second Sunday after Trini
ty. Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
and sermon at 11 o'clock, Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Evening Song
and Sermon at 8 o'clock. A cordial
welcome is ex'tended to all to attend
a retailer is taking an exorbitant
profit, and the dotailor says it's all
vrong, the reasonable supposition is
,'uat the two gentlemen are in dis
lgreetneut as to the definition of the
The American Committee for
Armenian and Syrian relief very
urgently desires any assistance that
may be given. There are thousands
of hungry and starving children need
ing help. Let the American Negro do
vhut he can for these unfortunates.
The news from one of our fashion
experts that lie has made a handsome
gown out of three and one half yards
of 3G-inch material might create a
reeling of joy if it did not herald the
re-introduction of the tight skirt.
A DAY IN EARLY NOVEMBER
In the early morning, the sky hid
den by low hanging clouds, gray. A
brisk southeast wind, chilly, damp and
penetrating. Dead leaves scurrying
noisily before the wind like a thing
alive, as if pursued, and finding lodg
ment in roadside ditches and in fence
corners, piling themselves up in huge
windrows. The long, dry road, and
the thick clouds of fine dust stirred
up by every passing motor car. The
sudden, startled (light of flock of
small birds, disturbed at their morn
ing meal in thickly grown weed
patches. High overhead, great (locks
of crows, silhouetted in black against
the gray clouds, hastening lumber
ingly to some crow rendezvous. A lit
tle rabbit wildly plunging through the
weeds and underbrush, fearing he
knows not what, his white rump
gleaming behind him as he (lees. The
harsh but not unmusical rustling of
dry corn stalks, stirred by the breeze.
Shocks of corn standing, sentinel
like, in the fields. The newly laid
carpet in the forest, soft deep, yield
ing, crackling under the feet, from
which arises the alluring fragrance
of freshly dried leaves. Booming of
hunters' guns in the distance. Trees
shaken by the wind and recovering
themselves with angry gesturing of
their naked branches. As the day
lengthens, the dispersal of the clouds
and the appearance of the sun, shill
ing gloriously brilliant in a marvel-
ously blue sky, and flooding the
But to the rather stout woman It
will ever remain a mystery what the
food controller meant when he in
sisted that every' pound of fat is im
portant to the country.
We here and now thank our good
friend John Madison of Dyer County
for the two large sweet potatoes he
sent to this sanctum. Now who will
umish the opossum?
That clearing of the throat doubt
less comes from the eligible whose
lumber was far down in the list, but
who now finds himself right in the
sweep of the military draft.
Alter a man is dead and gone, in
lerest in his affairs is largely limited
to the amount of life insurance he carried.
CARD OF TANKHS.
We wish to thank our many
friends for their kindnesses shown
us during the illness and death ol
our son. Kirlman. We also thank
them for the ninny floral designs.
The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh
"way. Blessed be the name of the
Lord. We miss him for we dearly
John Buchanan, father.
Bessie Buchanan, mother.
Vioa Buchanan, sister.
JUST DROP IN
And See the Mott Modern and WcB.
Equipped BE WTV SHOP for Colored
People ia the Country. Work m no
Work-Buy or not Buy-Iutt Drop In
nd let us surprite you. A HOME
ENTERPRISE TOO-Nashville Made
Product. Ql'INO Never Wai Behind
It Is Ahead Now. A Sample ol
QL'INO Qrower lor You When You
Come li t "BEST BY TEST."
Ganft Qoiiio School
636 Fat St. NaeavUla. Tea a
Since Taking lung-Vita Mrs!
White Gaa Sleep Ail Night.
HAS TAKEN TWO BUTTLES
to a livings account increases the de
positor'! chances for success in life.
The more mom y a iimn hut the great
er and oftener his opportunities to
make much more. And saving bank
book is a very good recomTnendution
when inking a position. Employers
are very apt to regard with fayor an
employe who saves bis money. Why
'not a small deposit next pay day as a
ONE CENT SAVINGS BANK,
Ftay left that night on the 1 o'clock
train, while Mr. Fttzpatrirk prayel
and visited homefolks until Friday
night, when he returned to the city.
Come again, boys, we are always glad
to see you. Mr. and Mrs. George
Davis were the guests of Mr, and
Mrs. G. H. Jones Sunday. Mrs. Zack
Hardiman and Mrs. L. T. Davis were
the guests of Mrs.' Clyde Wagner
Sunday. Misses Lubertha and Etta
Jones were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Lewis of Lewlsburg Tues
day afternoon. While there they at
tended services at the A. M. E.
church. Miss Velma Fitzpatrlck was
the evening guest of Miss Etta Jones
Saturday. Messrs. John E. Marsh.
Herlie lh-ndrix and John Hollen were
the guests of homefolks Sunday at
Park's Station. Messrs John Hill and
Eddie Fitzpatrlck was In Park's Sta
Says sr.e Will Forever Praise
To Grand Order of Odd Fellows and
Household of Ruth:
You are hereby requested to meet
in joint session at Odd Fellows Hall
447 Fourth Avenue, N., Wednesday
night, the 7th, Inst., at 8 p. m., sharp.
The District Grand Master L. C.
Moore will be present to transact
business of great Importance con
cerning the order.
Preston Taylor, President.
B. G. Bryant, Secretary.
GAY ,ST. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
"The cost of the foundation" will
be Elder Cleaver's theme at the 11
o'clock services Sunday.
If Old Man Winter jumps onto us
too soon we fear he'll find our girls
not quite ready with their low neck
A good healthy dish of cabbage
sprouts seasoned with an old country
raised ham hock wouldn't be so bad.
Don't forget to let the boys have a
letter from home. It will do them
To those of us who are old enough
the 3 cent stamp seems like an old
SALEM METHODIST CHURCH
Hello! What is it now? Sunday
Nov. 4, is "Go to Sunday School Day."
Why not make this your stopping
place for the hour, from 9:30 to 10:30.
You are cordially invited. Come, and
help us win the Blue Ribbon,
ltev. A. Whitworth, Pastor.
A. btartton, reporter.
Oakland is still on the map of
progress. The farmers are busy at
work, gathering their crops and are
trying to finish before the weather
gets bad. We will all soon be
through work and looking for an
other job. The fall rally at Belle
Grove Baptist Church which was held
Sunday, October 28. was quite a suc
cess. 20 clubs were at work, each
club played its part in the rally.
The total amount raised was 1468.50.
Club No. 2, Mrs. Lillian Rounds, cap-
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lam aim iin. iv. u. win ion, neiper,
led in the rally which raised $50.15,
of which the pastor, Rev. F. R.
Nelson. Rev. Joe Maborne of Quito
Baptist Church preached a spiritual
sermon at 2:30 o'clock, attended by
a large congregation. We highly
congratulate each captain and. their
elper for their effort and the amount
interest they took in this rallv.
most especially the leaders. Belle
rove Baptist Church is Just under
her cemnipletion of thebing re mod
her completion of being remodeled.
and also the C. M. E. Church, each
the cost of about $800.00 each,
was quite a sad thing to see some
our boys leave home Sunday
fternoon for the training camp. We
ere very much shocked to have the
nnouncement of the death of Mrs.
Silla Gant. Thursday. 25th. The
funeral was attended Friday, Octo
ber 2Cth, by Rev. J. B. Boyd of Mem
phis at Oakland C. M. E. Church.
he remains were interred in the Mc-
On account of a lew popular chant
feins of Nashville leaving for Camp
.Meade, the Colored Chauffeurs' In
structive Association will honor their
members with a stag Saturday night
The association wishes to announce
their annual banquet, which will be
niven Nov. iT, at German-American
Hall. The public is cordially Invited.
somber brown landscape with efful
gence. With the coming of the sun
light, the subsidence of the breeze to
a mere whisper, the wind taking with
it in its departure all the chill of
the morning hours. The temptation to
stretch oneself out upon the leafy car
pet of the woods, in some sunny spot,
lazily, and to surrender for the
moment all activity, even to think
ing about the mysteries and the beau
ty of nature spread all about. A
These cold mornings reminds us
that it's about time to tallow our
boots and prepare for winter.
Furthermore, the boy is thinking
of the girly I left behind."
And, the boys have gone to camp.
The Parent-Teacher's Association
ot Pearl High and grammar school
met in the auditorium of Pearl
blaze of flaming scarlet here and there school Friday afternoon, October 27,
.m,,n E.,mo tn trpe n.iirUin where ' 11)17, at 2:30 o'clock, the president,
the bittersweet has climbed and ripen-
DR. B. F. DAVIS A VISITOR.
Dr. B. F. Davis, the well-known
physician of Columbia, Tenn., spen
Sunday here attending the A. M. E
Conference. . He was the guest ot
Dr. Phillips. Dr. Davis has recentl
received commission as First Lfeuten
ant in the .Medical Reserve Corps ami
will respond to the call to colors at an
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our friends for
their kindness shown, their words of
condolence and the floral tokens
sent us during the illness and death
of our son and brother.
iMrs. Alice F. Blake, mother.
Mack W. Blake, brother.
Alice Elizabeth Blake, sister.
ed its fruit. Young flickers playing
Mrs. C. 1'. Cotten, in the chair.
Quite an interesting program was
listened to, and we must give special
a noisy bird game nearby, the reds ' mention to the address given by Prof
and yellows and browns of their' Geo. llaynes of Fisk University, who
plumage brilliant and in striking con-! spolte at length upon the "KeL'en
trast in the November sunlight. A
eodus of the Negro from the South.'
.1 j, i ... ,, , ,'During his talk Prof. llaynes show-
mother Bobwhite, unatraid and fear- . ery ,)lainly tlle great need of
less, braving mans uiiKiminess ami
Mrs. J. A. Brown, the wife of Rev,
.1. A. Brown was able to return to her
home, Monday morning from Hale
hospital, where she has been treated
for the last two weeks. The members
ot Mt. Zlon Baptist church are proud
to know that Mrs. Brown is back
home again, and they also hope she
will have a speedy recovery. Mrs,
Brown says that Hale hospital is an
ideal place for the sick.
with maternal dignity leading her
small brood of eleven into a nearby
corn field. As the day draws to an end
and the wayfarer turns
the lengthening shadows on the brown
and red hills. The setting of the sun
in glory behind the woods, in its de
parture painting the Western sky in
a variety of regal tints beyond the
power of pen to picture or of artists'
brutsh to reproduce. And then the
road homo to warmth and light and
love, as the shadows darken and the
night draws on. Thus a day in the
country in early November.
WHEN THE BOY COMES BACK.
Say, you folks that have sent a
boy to the army, you can hardly
realize how much good that training
is going to do him. When he comes
home he will stand erect; he will
look you right in the eye; his head
will be right up in the air, he will
be muscular as a prize fighter and as
active as a baseball player, and he
will have a springing, elastic step
that will be a delight to you. He will
have bounding health, for he is go
ing to keep regular hours, eat proper
food at the regular times and he will
get enough sleep when he conies back
you'll be glad he went, because he
will be a handsomer, better boy. And
another thing about him he'll know
iN'egro co-operation, and what goou
can be accomplished by co-operauon.
The address is one long to be remem
bered and we are sure that those who
n-ai.ii an t'nrtiinnlp ns to hear him.
homeward, ' . .,. ,11(irQ tha henefited.
Our only regret Is that the audi
torium was not filled to overflowing
to hear such an address.
Thn reading by Mrs. D. V. Berry
i was quite enjoyable as usual. And
r,f course, the music was good. The
; installation speeches iby the newly'
elected officers were quite interest
We are planning from time to
time to bring to the association men
and women of noto and of standing,
to give us encouraging and helpful
lectures, and we lake this method
of earnestly inviting all parents as
well as patrons and friends of the
school to be present at our next
regular meeting at Pearl school Fri
day afternoon, tho fourth Friday in
November, at 2:30 o'clock.
Refreshments will bo served in the
dining room of the school. All are
THE GREAT EVANGELIST IN
Sunday night ended a series
meetings conducted by our greatest
Negro evangelist, Rev. Samuel
Skelton. The subject of his sermon
on that night was "A Trip to Heaven
but Stop by Hell." The church was
tilled to us .greatest capacity
the afternoon he made a stirring
talk to mothers and children. The
people of Fulton are always proud
have, Rev. Skelton.
Rev. G. P. Woodson has returned
from the Association and reports an
excellent session. Miss Portia Bridges
teaching a private school on Wil
liams street. Miss Gertrude Porter-J-
ho has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
W. Halo, in Jackson, Tenn., has
returned home. Hnry County Fair
was held October 4, 5, 6, with fair
success. The county schools were well
opresented in the industrial work
being supervised by Miss Lula B
Rnbbs. The beautiful assortment of
canned goods, showed no time nor
ains h.ul been spared during the
canning season by Miss Robbs and
muny schools and clubs. It is re
membered that Miss Robb has super-
ised this work in Henry County for
the past three years with increasing
success. Miss Ura Porter was suc
cessful in winning first prize in hand
work. Miss Mary Will Dortch won
first prize on jellies and canned
goods. Miss Dortch specialized in
this work at A. and I. State Normal
last summer. Miss Ura Porter, who
has been teaching a summer school
near Nashville has returned. The
first colored consolidated school of
Henry County will open Monday,
October 29th. An educational rally
will be held on the 28th, inst for the
benefit of this school. Prof. Hayes,
(white) principal of the school at
Henry will deliver the address. Miss
Robb will represent the Industrial
Department. Rev. J. W. Barnett ot
Memphis has been elected principal.
'I want to express my deep appre
ciation and gratitude for what Lung
Vita has done for me," says Mrs. N. J
White, who lives at 132 North Third
street, Memphis, Tenn. "I had such'
a bad cough that I could not rest at
night when I started taking Lung
Vita. I am now on my second bottle
and it has helped so much that I can
sleep all night ' I can readily say that
I will forever praise this wonderful
Asthma can be relieved by' using
Lung-Vita. Usually the first bottle
shows marked results and frequeutlv
Lung-Vita is sold by druegists and
THE EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
Haven Chapel M. E. Churcmh, Rev.
Wm. Bradley the pastor was sent back
by the conference that was held in
Tullahoma, Tenn., and his people were
glad to have him back, he had several
ministers to meet him on his re
turn. Rev. Black of Nashville, a san
tilled minister full of the Holy Ghost,
he preached a wonderful sermon, also
was present with him. Rev. Yeat
man pastor of the Baptist church. Rev.
Frlerson of the A. M. E. Church, Rev.
Fitchgerl, his reception will be next
Friday night, November the 9th, all
of his friends are Invited.
ill ' ," v
Will Promote a Full Growth
of Hair, will also Restore
the Strength. Vitality and
the Beauty of Hair. If your
Hair is Dry and Wiry Try
EAST IND'A HAIR GROWER
If you are bothered With Falling
Hiir. Dandruff. Itching Scalp, or any
Hair Trouble, we want you to try a jar
of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER. The
remedy contains medical properties that
go to the roots of the Hair, stimulates
the skin, helping nature do its work.
Leaves the hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a aim
of a thousand flowers. The best known remedy foi
Heavy and Beautiful Hack Eye-Brows, also restores
Gray Hair to its Natural Color. Can be used with
Hot Iron for Straightening.
Price Sent by Mail, 50c; 10c Extra for Postage
S. . LYOHS. Gen. Agt. 314 East Second St
' OkUbama City, Okla.
1 Hair Growar, 1 Temple Oil
Staampa, 1 Preaaioa Oil
I Fao Gram and UtecHoa
for Selling. RM
25c Extra for PtUtf
Every thing around Chapel
CLAIMED BY DEATH.
Death followed an operation Octo
ber 20, 1917, on 'Mr. Ezra Crutchfield,
son of Joe and Amanda Crutchfield
Telegram was received by his sister,
Mrs. Nannie Huddleston, of 2209 N,
Charlotte avenue, October 2ist, 1917.
He leaves to mourn their loss a moth
er, father, wife, two sisters and three
brothers. Interment at Indianapolis
seems to be quiet. War news is not
so exciting as has been. The bap
tizing at Wilhoites Mill a few Sun
days ago was very interesting. Bro.
C. C. Roland of Nashville has bap
tized more candidates in Marshall
County this year than any other one
pastor. He certainly is a God sent
man. The school at Cash's corner is
still progressing nicely. The chil
dren are preparing to have another
grand social Thanksgiving. Prof. J
M. Baker was In Nashville a few days
ago and on his return he was accom
panied by his wife who had been
spending two weeks there for the
purpose of receiving medical treat
ment. She Is 'Somewhat better at
this writing. Whooping cough seems
to be playing havoc with the child-
dren In our circle. Mrs. Lizzie Mc
Lain and daughter Delia spent the
day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
The Colored Haywood Countv Fair
closed last Saturday with one of the
nest fairs known in ie history nf
the organization. There was a laree
number of people from many towns
in West Tennessee present each day.
More than twenty"thousand people
visited this fair. Dr. G. W. Atkins of
Memphis is spending this week In
Brownsville, the guest of Dr. and
Mrs. J. W. Evans. The services at
the First Baptist Church on last Sun
day were very impressive. Rev.
Parr delivered a special sermon to
the soldiers who loft Monday of this
week. Messrs Erma Taliaferro,
Clarence Lee, Robert Taylor, Char
lie Perkins and William Jones were
among the hundred soldiers who left
Monday of this week for Maryland
to enter the training camp. Prof.
Rickstraw was the guest of Mr. and
airs. Brain Wiley during the fair.
Miss Duvose, the supervisor of Madi
son County schools attended the fair
Saturday. Mr. C. J. Corner of Ripley
spent the week end the guest of Mr.
mil Mrs. Dave Dixon. Mr. Dixon is
an uncle of Mr. Corner. He returned
home delighted over, the hosnitalitv
snown him. Miss Channie Tavlnr
was the guest of Miss Fannie Taylor
during the fair. Miss Willie Belle
Johnson and her sister were the
guests of Misses Erline and Alice
Morris last week. Dr. J. A. Lester,
a prominent physician of Nashville,
Terni., attended the Colored Haywood
County Fair last week. His "many
friends were glad to have a hand
shake with him in his former home.
Rev. A. Parr, pastor ot First Baptist
Church spent several days of last
week in Covington, Tenn, attending
the state convention. Mr. C. Fields,
963 Lane Avenue, Memphis, was he
pleasant guest of Mr. and MrsBob
January, during the fair. Dr. G. W.
Atkins of Memphis, Tenn., spent last
week In Rrownsville, the guest of
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans. Mr.
Clarenc Lee spent last Sunday in
Jackson, Tenn., with sister, Miss
TeBsie Bond, who is attending Lane
College. Prof. Rickstraw, of Tuske
gee, Ala., made a most excellent ad
dress at the fair ground on Wednes
day of last week, which was school
day. Each of the many schools rep
resented in the parade had beautiful
floats. Prizes were awarded the fol
lowing schools last Wednesday for
their beautiful floats in the parade.
Salem School, Mrs. Ollie Hawkins
King, teacher. Brown Creek School,
Mrs. Ollie Reed Whitelaw, teacher,
Willow Grove School, Mrs. Nellie
Sloan Turner, teacher. Prof. O. H.
Jeffries, and his sons daughter, Miss
Mary Jeffries of Bells, attended the
fair Inst week. Prof. Ware of Sum
mersvllle, Tenn., also attended the
fair. Mrs. Flora Davis Is on the sick
list this week. Mrs. Bettie Batchelor
of St. Louis, who is home on the ac
count of illness, is convalescent, at
this writing. Rev. A. Parr spent
Tuesday of this week over South
Hatchie, to attend a funeral. Dr,
Shelton of Whiteville, and Miss Mat-
tie Tatum attended the fair. Mrs,
Fitzgerald of Mercer, Tenn., was the
pleasant guest of Mrs. Beaulah Tur
the welcotne guest of Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Porter. Mrs. Josle Shaw has re
turned toher home, Jackson, Tenn.,
after spending three weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Newbern
on Jefferson street, extended. Miss
Nellie Newbern accompanied her sis
ter as far as Humboldt, returning
home the same day. Master Morgan
Taylor, who was painfully injured
several weeks ago while driving, re
ceived a fall, is much improved. Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Newburn are the
proud parents of another daughter,
arriving October 9, 1917. Miss Del-
la Ware had as her guests during the
fair, Misses Edith and Evalena El-
kins and Miss Eula Ray Sanford o
Covington, Tenn. Misses Morise
Chism, Rebecca Davis, Isabella
Brown and Mrs. Clilie Carner were
the guests ot Miss N. B. Whitelow
during the Haywood County Fair,
which convened last week. The
Misses Chism, Davis and Mrs. Cornor
motored over from Ripley, Friday
evenlirs and stayed until Sunday
evening, when they left for their
home about half past eight o'clock.
Mr. Corner came over Saturday after
noon and accompanied his wife home.
Mr. Oscar Davis, a competent chauf
feur, drove the party home. Miss
Isabella Grown of Jackson, left Sat
urday evening to spend Sunday in
Stanton, with friends. All of Miss
Whitelows guests expressed them
selves as having enjoyed their trip
to the Haywood County Fair and the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Whitelow very
delightfully. The bunch enjoyed the
hospitality shown them in this home.
The Booster Literary Club of the
A. M. E. Church gave an elaborate
banquet in honor of Rev. W. H.
Adams their pastor. The entertain
ment as a whole was unique. One
hundred and fifty Invitations were
issued to boosters friends, bearing
this inscription, "Pastor's reception
at A. M. E. Church, Tuesday night,
October 23rd, 1917, from eight-thirty
to eleven." Four officers of tho club
were seated in front of the audience,
namely, Dr. J. H. Jones, 1st vice pres
ident of the club, and a memeber of
the National Geographical Society
ot America. Mr. John Weir, 2nd
vice president, a progressive young
man and popular debator. Alfred
Clark, a fluent speaker and forceful
orator of Lebanon and Charlie Wynn,
Treasurer and auditor of tho club.
Behind them was seated Rev. W. H.
Adams the pastor. The churcn was
decorated with ferns and pot flowers.
The exercise opened promptly at
8:30. Choir singing "Swing Low,
Sweet Chariot," led by Miss Eunice
B. Harris, one of our city teachers,
with the assistance of Madams Oda
Helium, Bertha Hughes, Savanah
Richardson, Sam Ella Cartwright,
Paralee Whorton, Misses Mattie
Scott, Rosa Harris, Addie Lou Mercy,
Messrs. John Scruggs, James Young,
Leroy Crutchfield. Prayer by C. W.
Winston. Scripture reading by
Charlie Wynn, from Thessolonians.
Solo by Mrs. Bertha Hughes of Co
lumbus, Ohio, wife of lawyer Hughes.
Address by Prof. L. L. Campbell,
principal of public school. This ad
dress was very touching.- He pointed
lout the hardships of public men and
president. He spoke of his untiring .
energy and devotion in bringing
this social function to great success.
Special mention is due Madam Caro
line Hill, Alice leuus, oavnuau
Richardson. Mattie Newby, Paralee
Whorton. Virgie Cagle and Lula Fer-
rell. Three ladles spared neuner
time nor money in furnishing every
good thing possible to eat that heart
could wish. The visitors retired In
middle aisle where they were Berved,
afterward, the club thus passed one
of the greatest social functions In the
history of Lebanon. Boosters meet
2nd and 4th Monday nights. Joining
tee 10 cents, refreshments tree, au"
thorlzed statements of the uoosier
Club by their corresponding secre
A WORD FROM MRS. A. B. MOR
RIS. To the brothers and sisters of eBthel
A. M. E. Church and the Courts of Cal
anthe. I am grieved to be away from
my past so long, but I am detained at
the bedside of my two cousins, Mr.
Norman Morris and Mrs. Washington
Jordan of Chicago, 111., and Lake
Mrs. A. B. Marshall, who left Nash
ville with the delegates to attend the
Supreme Grand Session at bt. Louis,
continued her trip to visit relatives
and friends in the Windy City. She
encountered more than she hoped for,
aftnr leaving St. Louts, where sho waa
royally entertained. She reached
Chicago In time to be at the bed side
of her cousin, Mr. Norman Morris,
,u'ie' a very S'jr mis attack Ul three
weeks illness, he was able to be out
again. Then she had a hurried call to
the bedside of her cousin Mrs. Wash
ington Jordan, at Lakeforest, 111. At
that place she has been kept constant
ly at the bedside of Mrs. Jordan witn
no improvements but she win leave
for home just as soon as the occasion
will permit her.
MRS. MARY DUNCAN AND COM
MERCIAL CLUB BOYS DONATED
Mrs. Mary Duncan, Chairman of the
sick committee, and Mr. O. O. Clyen
denen President of the Young Men's
Co-Operative Club, and the Commer
cial Club Boys took up a donation fpr
Mr. Roland Peppers, who has been
sick for six weeks. ..-
The George W. Hubbard Hospital
Club invites you to an all day open
ing at Hubbard Hospital, Monday,.
November 5th, 1917. Come and re
joice with us on the opening of the
Mrs. P. R. Burrus, Pres.
Miss V. L. Moore, Sec.
ner last Friday evening. Mrs. Bet-lwomen- Next wa8 a duet- Mrs Sam
tie Steele, Miss Lovle Love of Alamo,
were tne guests ot Mr. and Mrs. jonn
Bond during the fair. Mr. I. J.
Joseph, special agent for Lincoln Re-
ST ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Twenty-second Sunday after Trini
ty. The Epistle Phil. 1:3-11.
The Gospel, St. Matt. 18:21-35.
Early services at 6:30 with Medita
tion on the "Communion of Saints."
Service and Holy Communion at
11 a. m. with sermon on "Hatred in
Vesper service at 6:30 p. m. and
sermon on "Sun Set Meditation."
The last Sunday evening Brother-
enough to rise and salute when the n00(i service was well attended and
Onr whole country was shocked
when the news of the death ot 'Mrs.
Vella Hill reached us. We lament
the death of many others of our
faithful Christians, who have quit
their homes here below and gone to
join the heavenly home above. They
are not deail, but their spirits are
gone to that land of sunshine and rest
where others have been waiting for
their coining, up there where broken
hearts are mended. '
"There where sorrows all are mended.
There where joys are full, complete;
There, up there at Jesus' feet,
OB that tearless, troubleless land,
We shall know and understand."
Messrs. Vernon, Jones and Ivory
Fltznatrlck of Nashville were here
Tuesday. Mr. Jones making a short j from conference.
fr.T.nin Mr n,i Mrs. Honrv uJte, spent the week end in Browns
vine, guBHL oi ur. anu ivirs. j. vv.
Evans. Dr. R. G. Martin, Superin
tendent, of Collins Chapel Home and
Hospital, Memphis, attended the fair
last "-pek. Rev. J. H. Belle of Mem
phis was the welcome guest of Mrs.
Clara 1!. Reed during tho fair. Prof
Gus Brazelton of . Oklahoma " City,
Okla., spent several days of last weak
In Brownsville, the guest of Dr. and
Mrs. J. L. Curtis on Cherry Street.
Miss Grace McLain of Humboldt, at
tended the fair Saturday. Mrs. Fitz
gerald principal ot Denmark School
Mercer, Tenn., and Miss Merri
weather of Jackson, attended the fair
last week. Miss Annie Belle Ragan,
of Humboldt, Tenn., spent last week
Lain and family will make Chatta
nooga their future home soon. We
regret very much to give them up.
Possum hunting is on hand. J. C.
Cash, Sr., has sold about two-thirds
of his farm to his son-in-law, George
McLain, who will take possession
about Xnias. Mrs. Ardel Adams,
Mrs. Lou Reynolds and J. M. Baker
spent the day in Lewlsburg, Monday.
Mr. G. H. Hayes and Mr. N. Dlck
erson say that the winter will be the
guest of a number of people in this
town who are not working. Miss M.
Braden is in Nashville. Mr. L. M.
Martin and Mr. Man Jackson-were in
Pulaski, Friday, afternoon, attend
ing a large foot ball game. Miss
Johpnie Smith entertained many of
her friends at her home Friday night
at 8 o'clock. G. C. London has return
ed from Columbia. Mr. Tom Braden
went to Nashville, .Sunday. Rev. R.
J. Gordon was here Monday and spent
the day with his mother and father,
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Gordon. Miss
Mary Scott was here Monday after
noon and spent the night. Mr.
Nathan Gordon has returned home
' ' " iV T -
' FOLLOW THE I LAG
Be at Bethel Sunday School Sunday morality,
N v 4th. and ee displcycd the flags of 3(t
different nations. Great program. Music by
ladles' quirte . Temperance Exercise. Over
:tOO wll be at Bethel Sunday. Better be there
lot. You ought to go to Sunday School anyhow.
S. J. HOWARD, raitor. W. N. StUGKUFORD. Stipt.
Ella Cartwright and Addle Lou
Merry. Next was a reading by Mrs.
M. F. Riley, wife of Rev. Riley, pas
tor of Mt. Zlon Baptist Church of
Lebanon. It was a beautiful poem
pointing out the duties of a mother.
Then an address by Dr. R. C. Patton,
young, brilliant dentist of Lebanon.
His address was slow and forceful,
giving young men advice to follow in
the foot-steps ot their predecessors so
some day we would have great men
like Dr. Dan Williams, who succesf ul
ly performed an operation on a living
ing heart. Choir sang Jubilee mel
ody, led by Mrs. Oda Hallum. Next
a recitation by Miss Mattie Stott,
which was full ot stories. Remarks
followed byvPpf. J. R. McDaniel one
of our leading City teachers, showing
the usefulness of Rev. Adams. HeJ
gave a vivid description of his char
acter, his popularity in our city and
closed by wishing for Ms return
soon, as he was to leave next day
tor conference. - Another address
was made by C. W. Winston one of
Winter's Chapel's oldest members. He
spoke of the character of Rev. Adams.
The last address was made by Chas.
Wynn, treasurer of the Boosters' Club
and a worthy leader of the church.
He outlined briefly what the Boosters
have done, stating that they had
turned over to the church $75.00 for
the liquidation of the church debt.
In his narative he" paid a high com
pliment to Dr. J. H. Jones, 1st vice
Whiten dark or brown akliw
P.leahea and clears aailow com
pl-xions, removes olltlemUhoa
and causes the akin to (row
. Mier. See that you gst tfe
RIchhurg, S. C.
R. F. D. No. 1, Box 50.
I enclose herewith BOc.
Please Rend me by return mall
one box of Dr. Fred Palmer's
Skin Whltener and one box of
Skin Whltener Soup.
1 have been uHinfr your
wonderful treatment and am
deliKhted with It, and will
never be without It.
1 remain as ever, "
- - IDA YOUNG.
DO NOT ACCEPT IMTTATIOWt 1
Sold by drunrlata or aant dlraef, for T5a,
pottaald. Writ JaCOM rEUUUCf.
, . Atlanta, Ga.