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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 21, 1917.
LOOKED AS IF
SHE COULD NOT
Mrs. Newman Had Asthma
About Three YearsLurg
Yita Gave Relief
I had been suffering with asthma
about three years and would have
such bad coughing spells that It look
ed at times as It I could not stop."
says Mrs. C. S. Newman, who lives
at 1303 Shelby avenue. Nashville,
Tenn., In her statment given Decem
ber 13. 1917. "At times the tight
ness in my chest was very painful."
continued Mrs. Newman. "I tried
everything I could think of, and
everything that my neighbors would
recommend, but could not get much
relief. One day some one left a cir
cular In my front yard. This circu
lar had testimonials in it stating how
much good Lung-Vita had done for
the writers. I decided to try a bot
tle. So far I have taken two bottles
and while I am not well yet, Lung
Vita has done me more good than all
of the other medicine I had taken. I
believe that my experience justifies
me in recommending this medicine."
During the winter months colds '
are frequent. And they are danger- !
ous. too. Often leading into serious !
complaint like consumption or pneu
monia when allowed to run on. I
Break them with Lung-Vita and I
avoid this danger. 1
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and !
oeaiers. ( Adv.)
STAR THEATRE WARMEST PLACE
The Star Theatre U kept comforta
ble for everxliotiy. An extra stove
has been installed and it is the rkht
place to see the best of pictures.
Many hundred are attending the great
serial every Monday to see and liud
out Who is Number One.
f you wish a LOAN to
meet the expenses o
these war times to pay
taxes, to inert i lie in
creased cost of living etc
Gall at the
One Cent Savings Bank
And be accommodated
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Gockrill--Fincgan Really Company
CAPITAL S 100,000.00
RENTS SALES LOANS APPRAISALS
TII.KI'HOINI MAIN 30
411 UNION STREET - NASHVILLE, TENN.
SIM ON LANE
923 12th Ave., North
For your Christmas Nuts, Candies, Raisins, Fresh Meats.
A full line of Canned Goods.
Telephone JW. 3808
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REAT NORTHERN jPLACF
I We invite yon around to our
f Parlor will be installed and
Magazine will be handled, Suits pressed for 35c.
Clothes cleaned and repaired.
The Men's Christmas Store
Everylhinii from a
Overcoat to New
Silk Scarfs :: ::
ffuddieston- Cooper (Jo.
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
lit t .i x
Mr. A. L. Anderson, who has been
real sick, is able to be out again Mrs.
Hannah Thompson of Silver Point,
Tenn., was in Lebanon this v.eek at
the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Sadie
Keith. Mrs. Alice Wharton Hamer of
Evausville, Ind., will spend Christ
mas with her aunt, Mrs. A. L. Ander
son. Mr. Aaron Smith, of Indianapo
lis, Ind., returned to his home after
spending the week with his sister,
Mrs. Sadie Keith. You are invited
to attend the parent-teachers' meet
ing at the school building Sunday,
Dec. 23rd. You are Invited to attend
the grand Christmas tree and exer
cise at Picket Chapel M. E. Church
on Christmas night. I?ev. E. J. Guth
rie, district superintendent, was with
us Sunday morning and night and
preached two strong sermons. Al
though the snow and Ice covered the
ground, some faithful few were found
at Tlckett Chapel. Mr. William Riley
of Columbia Tenn., Is expected to
spend the holidays with his parents.
Rev. and Vrs. M F. Riley.
Gone But Not Forgotten,
It seems as yesterday or scarce so
Ions ago when the Lord came into
our midst ant took from us the one
we loved the most. Mrs. X. J. Flte. as
the bells hesian to chime on Christ
mas day of last year and Mrs. Flte
had finished up her year's toll she
as called away never to return.
This year we have missed her so
much, but she shall forever live in
our memory, the ones who love her.
Her sister and nenbew,
MRS. C. JACKSON,
ANDREW J. and MARGARET
Hear Dr. J. C. Caldwell Sunday at
the Library In a special message on
the "Xmas Spirit" at 7:00 to the For
ward Quest Girls.
I There was a grand pageant rallv
I given :it Mt. Olive C. M. E. Church
last WVlnesday niuht. which was a
great success. The pageant manag-
' ers reported " r:iised. Mrs Stev
enson, president; Mrs. Fred Davis,
pianist. Among the most popular
I queens were Mrs. Lenox Woods
Branch and Reed, Mrs. Maud Walker,
the most popular maid of the pageant.
Rev. Langfnrd, pastor. There was
given at Church's park and auditori
um a grand operetta Dec. the 1-1 th
by the I.emoyne School by some of
r ' I 11(1 ' S . 1HH"1J1 r-.W ;jrJ
New Home January 1st, 1
every Colored Paper and
4 17 lilt Ave. Norlh.
the most prominent society ladles
of the city, who left no stone un
turned to' help the boys in the camp.
Community clubs are now being or
ganized all over the city for the
uplift and enjoyment of the young
people. The Winter Green Club Is
the latest to bud out. of which Miss
Mamie Cooper Is president. The
joung people are being ably as
sisted by some of the leading society
ladies. The clubs, it is hoped, will
go a long way toward raising the
moral standard of the young people
who have been shut out of the public
parks and places of amusement by
jtm-erowism. For clean, up-to-date
eutertainment and the best that there
is in moving pictures, drop in at the
Lincoln Theatre, the only colored pic
ture show house in the city owned
and controlled by th race. The city
teachers would do well to have the lit
tle folks one evening each week at
the show as special attention Is paid
to the entertainment of children. Mr.
W. II Lewis, the hustling, energetic
salesman who is now located with
.Mr. Mike Hutkins, the tailor. Is one
of the liveliest young salesmen of the
race and is always glad to give his
patrons the very best that money
can buy. Pleasing his customers is
his hobby, as he puts It a satisfied
customer is the best advertisement.
Miss Jitnmie Lewis of 374 College
street Is attending Mary Homes Sem
inary nt West Point, Miss. She
writes her mother an 1 aunt how nice
ly she is doing with her knitting.
She has knitted a beautiful sweater
and sent to Mr. Lawrence Johnson,
who volunteered his services in the
United States Navy January last In
The Forward Quest Girls will
bring their Christmas offerincis to
the Library Sunday for the milk and
ice fund at 7:00 p. m.
lViday evining, Dec. 1 1th, tlie col
ored M'Ocery in IJaptlstville caught
tiro lroiu a delective Huh Ms.& i1
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.US. Hurley .McLan;iibe'l Who
were lirst on the scene, made them-I
stives useful with buckets and ex
tinguished it before the fire depart
ment arrievd. The roof was slightly
burned and partially torn oil. Damage
is estimated about twenty-five dol
lars. The First Baptist Church ha 1
with them Rev. Harris, pastor-elect,
Sunday, which marked the beginning
of his career with us. Rev Harris
formerly pastored at Ripley, Tenn.,
and having recently lectured here
on various fools' demonstrated ability
that recommended him before ac
ivpting this charge, as a man fully
capable and reliable. Mr. Bill Babies,
who lives near the colored school and
who Is one of the few oldest citizens
in town, having been conlined to his
room for quite a while, is now in a
needy condition. Christian and
friends, let us respond to the call.
Mrs. Laverta Wilson, who has been
severely ill, is now convalescing. Mrs.
l'aralee Edwards is yet very ill.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Henderson
Barksdale a fine girl. Mother and
child are both doing well. Mr. Her
bert Lowe and father are both very
111. Father is more seriously ill than
son. Mrs. Mary Dinwiddle Chris
also is on the list with those seri
ously ill. Mrs. Lady Scott Cleveland,
'who has been seriously ill for quite
a while, is now convalescing. Mrs.
Lynch Tinder, who has been very ill
the last few days, is convalescing.
Mrs. J. C. Carroll on North Home
street is seriously ill. Mrs. Fannie
Silvertooth on Railroad street is very
ill. Mrs. Jiles Lee, R. F. D. No. 4,
who has been seriously 111, Is conva
lescing. Mrs. Fannie Lawrence is
very ill. Master Georee Smith Is
convalescing. Miss Minnie Temnle
also is convalescing. Miss Harriet
rurseiey is yet very ill. The first
Semester of Miles Junior High School
win close i-TKiay, December 21. Pa
rents, examination is going on this
week. Where is your boy or girl
itemeniDer, ir vnur child fails the
cause is very likelv to be Irregularis
in attendance. Sit up, take notice
and act prudentlv. Members and
friends of the C. M. E. Church verv
heartily welcome their new pastor.
One In comnlimenting him genera'lv
said he has at first Right deported
himself as a sin-killing, soul-stirring
and devll-drivlntr preacher. My renlv
was: That's the kind of man we need
in Union City.
A Merry Christmas to you. Santa
is expected to do much for our young
people at home, regardless to the
iiigh cost of livlne;, or rather the cost
of high living, our boys In the army
and navy, the Red Cross and Y. M.
C. A. campaigns and what not. Santa
is coming to South Pittsburg Monday
night, Dec. 24th. and visit Mt. Roth.
luhem Baptist Church, Rev. J. T. Mar
tin, pastor. A Christmas cantata will
be held jointly with the Christmas
tree and mammoth club effort for the
new parsonage. A spicy program is
anticipated. To announce that Mr.
V. M. Hill Is the promoter Is sufficient
for a packed house. 0n Tuesday
night, the 25th. at Randolph Chapel
M. E. Church a most unique and very
interesting program and a Christinas
tree. Mrs. Tressia Buchanan, Miss
Gladys Robinson and Mr. W. M.
Thornton are tho promoters. There
is no doubt but that this will be a
success from very angle for good.
The other churches, the A. M E. and
a. u. Aon will follow suit for the
season. Emancipation Day, Jan. 1st,
is looked forward to with much in
lerest. Mr. J. J. Cummings, Mr. E.
W. Buchanan and Mr. Luther O. Cum
mlngs compose the financial commit
tee. Dr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Mghtfoot
aro expected here to spnd the Christ
mas holidays. Mrs Klttio Turner of
Cincinnati, O., is visiting Mrs. Minnie
Jones and family out on the pike.
Mrs. S. E. Oliver has returned home
for the winter. Her school closed on
(he 14th. Mr. Arthur Jonm of Chit-
tnnooga Ivsited home folks be'ore
bis leave for New Orleans, where he
will he with the U. S. Navv.
Jennie Mai Mobley made a riving tr)n
to Brldffeforth, Aal.. Monday on busi
ness. Mrs. J. M. Hawkins anent n
few hours verv pleasnntlv with 1'ev.
and Mrs. J. T. Martin Sunday. Mes
'ames Oliver. Astrapn, MeElroy and
Mr. Ram Oreer, chauffeur, drove to
Jasper Friday night and witnessed
(he closing exercises of Mrs. S. R
Oliver's school which was a splendid
affair. Mrs. Allen Comer Is on the
sick list this week, but Is better a'
this writing. Space will be given in
this column tor a special write-op
of our boys, who are In the U. 8
Army. Watch for It The rally at the
Baptist church Sunday resulted In
about $75. Some members came
through the snow and the sero
weather and brothers laid down ti 50
and sisters $1.50 on the table. Mr.
E. W. Buchanan has been elected
superintendent of the Baptist Sunday
The West Tennessee Annual Con
ference convened at Union City,
Tenn., and was a record-breaker. All
districts reported more money raised
and members added and churches
built than ever before. What a great
work the C. M. E. Church is doing
for humanity. The churches of West
Tennessee Conference were repre
sented by a very clear and Intelligent
set of pastors and laymen. The fol
lowing clerical delegates were elect
ed: Revs. J. H. Hudson. J. M. Rivers,
S. P. Morrow. A H. Norris, J. H.
Coleman, T. J. Douglass, P. W. Tim
berlake. Alternates, Rev. L. C. Jones
and A. N. Stevens. Laymen: Dr J.
B. Clay. C. J. Porter, C H. Hennlngs,
Prof. W. R. Jarrett, Mr. Mask. Alter
nates, D. A. Graham, Dr. L. H. Crisp.
Bishop Jamison was in splendid
health and wore a broad smil. The
bishop is rightly called the "Money
King." The Sunday School Confer
ence was conducted by Prof. W. R.
Jarrett. This was n great Sundav
school, although the ground was
white with snow the attendance was
cood Revs. A. H
Norris and A. N. I
Stevens proved themselves to be
master teachers of the Sun lav school.
Rev. Gaines cave an interesting talk
on the lesson. Rev. W. E. Farmer
of Central Georgia Conference
preached n soul stirring sermon. Mrs.
Mariah Weddingtpn furnished excel
We still have a carpet of snow on
the ground. There is nothing going
on now as we all are planning for
the holidays, for exercises and every
thing for amusement. Everybody
is getting ready for Xmas. Mr. S. B.
Bond, Jr., is in Franklin at this
writing, also Mr. S. B. Bond, Sr., and
Mr. John Moore went to Columbia,
Monday on business. We are glad to
know that those on the sick list are
improving. There was no service here
Sunday at nil, though both of the
pastors, Rev. A. B. Thompson and
Rev. J. v. Sherrell were present,
but the weather was too unfavora-
Ible and the pastors returned to their 1
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!I1U1,US mo ant-riiuun. ivev.
Green Thompson is in Nashville at
this writing. Miss Cordelia Pvers
is in Franklin this week. Miss Flor- j finance for the missionary work, j The men looked thoughtful for a few
ence E. Brown is at home now for Each church is to send in their col-j moments, then smiling broadly,be
the holidays. Miss Clara Welch i lection. You will be given credit for gan slapping Big Tom on the tiack
spent a few days with her mother
last week. Mr. John Moore spent
the day, Sunday visiting his sister,
Mrs. Minerva Cheairs, he reported
a fine time but his nephew, Mr. Jim
mie Cheairs met with a very bad ac
cident, a mule kicked him in the
face. The young men of this place
have had their fun this week rabbit
hunting. There were over forty
caught in one day, so it was rabbits
a plenty in some homos. The little
tots of this place are looking for San
ta Claus, Xmas. Look for us again.
SOUTH NASHVILLE FORWARD
QUEST CIRCLE MEETS.
The South Nashville Forward
Quest Circle met Saturday, Dec. 15,
1017, at 3:!!0 o'clock at the Grade
Building of Walden University. Quite
a large number of girls were present
and also our Adviser, Miss Willie B.
Flacg. She explained the rules of
the different degrees to us. This be
ing our initial meeting, the folio
Ing officers were elected: Ella Bur
nette, president; Florence White, secretary-treasurer;
Louise Vaughn, as
sistant secretary-treasurer; Minnie
Willa Keeble, reporter; Susie Ran
dolph, chairman of sick committee,
and Vollnda Otey, historian.
The next business meeting of the
club will be held the first Saturday
in January at the Grade Building.
The public meeting of the ForwnH
Quest Club will be held Dec. 23. 1917,
at 7 p. m., at the Nerro Public Li
brary. It Is the desire of the girls to
have a large membership and be of
great service to the community.
Gold and Silver Links are to be
awarded to two of the Forward Quest
Girls Sunday at 7:00 p. m., at the
CARD OF THANKS.
We thank our many friends for
their kindness and sympathy shown
us during the Illness and death of our
beloved father and grandfather.
Mrs. Nancy A. Smith,
Mrs. Johnnie M. Acklin,'
Mr. Eugene Jordan,
Miss Aleen Jordan,
Mr. John Smith.
STATE MISSION BOARD TO HOLD
SESSIONS AT THE TABERNA
CLE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Beginning Friday afternoon. Dec.
28th, 1917 at 3 o'clock p. m.. the
regular business meeting of the
board will be held. In this meetine
the District Superintendent, Rev. J.
L. Collins of the western division,
T. J. Tunstall, Jr., of the middle di
vision will submit their reports and
give a detailed account of the work
done for the past month.
The board members are asked and
urged to be present at this hour, be
cause this Is the last meeting of the
year In which work is to be done in
winding up the year's work. Super
visor, Dr. C. H. Clark has been sur
veying the field and he is expected
to give some plans to the board and
missionaries which will be very help
ful In the future.
Under the auspices of this board
there will be further meetings held,
at night 8 p. m., A. W. Porter, pas
tor of the Fifteenth Avenue Baptist
Church is scheduled to preach. There
will be other divines present of equal
importance who will participate in
the services. Music will be rendered
by the Fifteenth Avenue Baptist
Sunday afternoon the big mass
meeting will be held at 3 p. m. ' Rev.
Dr. N. T. Stoner, pustor of Mt. Gllead
is the principal speaker of the day.
President J. L. Harding of the Mis-
jsionary Baptist Ctate Convention, Dr.
v. Jl. mark, general supervisor, Rev.
T. J. Tunstall, J. C. Fields and quite
a number of other members of the
board and pastors of the city will
be on hand to take part in this great
We Invite all the pastors In the
city with their congregations to be
present at each and every one of
these services. We further ask and
Save Money and Time bp Shopping Here
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LOWEST PRICES BEST SERVICE
A Large and Complete Line of Xmas Goods to Select From Including
Purchases of $1.00 or over delivered
Special attention given church committees
Purchases k pt until Xmas if desired
Shop Early Morning Hours Best
flint ..a.. ...;,U
; iuui juu vu-ujiuiiilu h.u nit;
j board in the plans that have been
; mapped out by the board to raise
!)th U. S. Cavalry,
Stotsenburg, Pampanga, P.
October 27th, 1917.
Donations from the 9th U. S. Cav
alry and friends to the East St. Louis
Branch N. A. A. C. P.:
Headquarters Troop $40.00
Supply Troop 11.25
Machine Gun Troop 69.00
Troop "B'' 19.21
Troop "C" 11.20
Troop "D" 10.67
Troop "E" 36.44
Troop 'G" 50.00
Troop "H" 73.42
Troop "I" 15.84
Troop "K" 24.76
Troop "L" 41.62
Troop "M" 38 69
Capt. L. A. Carter, Chaplain 9th
Capt. B. O. Davis, 9th Cav 2.50
Mr. J. h. Johnson, Angeles, Pamp.
P- 1 5.00
Mr. E. a. Clark, Angeles, Pamp.
P- 1 5.00
Mr. J. Farrell, Angeles, Pam
panga, P. 1 95
Mr. Richard Lewis, Angeles, 'Pam
panga, P. I v. 2.50
Joppa Military Lodge No. 150. . 54.00
Harrison Henderson, 33 deg.,
Worshipful Master Joppa Military
Lodge No. 150.
Joe P. Elazer, 32 deg., Secretary.
Geo. H. Barner, 32 deg.
UTILE DESTOOT'S BIT.
Little Destoot's parents were poor
They lived in a part of the city oc
cupied by the poor classes and the
low, muddy streets and smelly air
did not remind one of honey-suckles
or orange groves. This family had
not always lived in the city, but, like
many, many others, expw tirort
their country life and moved to the
city. By Ill-advice and with little
experience her papa had entered a
business which falling, brought mis
fortune to the familv and thiiflt re
duced them to these poor quarters.
The grandma, who had always
lived with them and of whom little
Destoot was very fond, was nick w.
health had been poor ever since they
luuveu 10 me city, sne am not com
plain much, but In a calm, sweet way,
helped to brighten and cheer up their
lowly home. Many were the frolics
and stories she and Destoot enjoyed
together. But as fall grew old
evenings coming on earlier and the
nights getting colder, grandma got
worse, spending much time a bed.
Little Destoot had inherited much of
grandma's lovable disposition. She
had no Inheritance of wealth, as the
world calls wealth, but had that no
money can buy a cheerful heart
and sunshiny disposition.
After his failure 'in business, the
father with many hundreds in their
section, was employed in a big fac
tory. He had, as men in robust
health, are apt to do, neglect to in
sure against bad health. "Why
should I, who am as strong and
healthy as a steer, pay money to the
big, rich Insurance Companies?" he
would say. But he had quite over
looked accidents and that is Just
what happened. This dreadful ac
cident befell him early In November
a broken leg and crushed foot
fl n rl f Vl lla linnKIa itrn.lr - 1. I
hand! Chrfstmas apoachFng1 and i hold' the mu8'c ,n her 8Weet ice
the darling of the home in those and the heavenly beauty of her coun
gloomy hours, little Destoot, ex- tenance had all hanging breathlessly
pecting her Christmas "bit," it is j up her words. A sigh of relief and
no wonder the father grew Impatient j murmur of admiration swept through
and things got In a bad way. the company. Then Big Tom said:
Now, if their surroundings were "Big Boss, can you repeat It?" Re
not beautiful, the neighborly spirit ; membering' the wager he laughed
of those working people was. This .awkwardly and began: "Once the
is how It happened: Lord sent some shepherds to find a
une evening aDout nan an nour '
before "whistle time" a bunch of the
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i.iuiuiy i'iiuvs biuuu huuul uig iuiu
Stock, who was giving directions,
a plan for
a big surprise.
with "bully, old man."
Just then a boss who had been
watching from an office window,
supposing a strike, or something was
hatching, came up and called in a
firm, gruff voice, "What's up?"
"What's the kick now boys?" This
boss was not unkind, nnd was not
unllked by the men. They Jested
about his "much knowledge and tight
wad." Big Tom winked at the boys
and placing his finger to his lips so
answered: "This is what is up, Dan
Patse, who got hurt, has an ailing
mother, a wife, two boys and Little
Destoot, we are planning to surprise
him with a good shower of eats,
shoes and household needs." Would
you like to Join us?" The boys could
scarcely refrain from laughing out,
for this direct appeal to his purse
would be the last thing in the world
he respond to, but Big Tom knowing
the Boss' conceit of knowledge, offered
this wager. "I will wager you the
price of a Christmas dinner that Dan
has a little five-year old girl who can
tell a story that you cannot repeat."
It went straight home, "What! that
little kitten?" "Its a go!"
The night of the big surprise came.
It was the 23rd of December. It
would make this story too long to
tell of all the good things; the need
ed things; the welcome things, those
big-hearted factory men brought
to that home! The kitchen table and
chairs were full of those good things,
the children's faces beamed, their
eyes sparked with happiness. But
the older folk's eyes grew misty
tears of gratitude, thanks too deep
for words showing In them.
Just as the shock of surprise, and
joyful exclamations had quieted, a
proud step, and loud knock was heard
at the door, little Destoot ran to the
door. Her bright, sunny face smil
ing wondrous eyes struck the Boss,
and he felt drawn to, and humbled by
Again Big Tom made signs for
silence, "So this is your little wonder
kid, eh, Tom?" After the test sir,
then you answer for yourself," rep
plied Tom. Tom had whispered
something to grandma earlier In the
evening. The Boss was given the
big cane rocker, the chair of honor
In that poor cottage, and all became
quiet and shy before such a high of
ficial and august visitor, all except
little Destoot, who like a sweet Fairy,
went round to the seated factory
men, thanked each one, patting their
rough, kindly hands. Without a
word, hint or suggestion (acting on
the invisible suggestion and inspira
tion) her face shining with new
grace and radiance, she tripped to
the side of the Big Boss and putting
her hand around his head, drew it
close to her mouth as if to whisper In
his ear, but spoke audibly and sweet
ly. I will tell you a story
How God frome heaven above
Sent his holy angels
Of life, light and love!
Of how the angels winging
From deep skies afar,
A new message bringing,
As did a new star,
Came to this great wide earth!
Of how they found the shepherds
Keeping watch by night,
Heard their glorious singing
Saw the star so bright.
Heard blessed benedictions.
Of "Peace on earth."
Led by star and music,
Found the Virgin's Holy birth.
The shepherds and the wise men
Obeying the angel's call
With precious gift's and incense,
Crowned him Lord of all!
A rapt silence held all that house-
lamn tnat nan strayed. . They ran
Into a wolf pack." The men could
PAct,nln (1,nn,nn1..An n 1 ll
'vouam iuciuacica uu luugm, mey
I burst into a good natured roar of
laughter. The boss hemmed, turned
: red and looked confused, for he
knew he had lost. But he rose to
honor the occasion. Calling little
Destoot to him he placed his hands on
her curly head and said: "Little an
gel or Fairy (you are both) you are
certainly a wonderful child! Slipping
her little hand into his big one, he
said good bye to her and left the
company without a word. Little
Destoot felt something round, and
heavy and warm in her palm. She
ran to her mamma and gissing her,
placed it In her hand.
What do you think it was? The
mother gave a little exclamation of
Joy and held the shining coin up for
the company to see. It was a ten
dollar gold piece! The child wag
nearly crushed with hugs and
smothered with kisses, for she had
done and won "her bit."
J. E. Miller, Ashcraft School.
PROF. AND MME. WM. L. HUTCH
INSON OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
Celebrated Spiritual Medium and
Clairvoyant. Come consult these
wonderful people. Their power
amazes all who consult them. It
seems that God has sent them lnto
the world to prophesy and heal the
sick. They are able to give advice
on any affairs. Call and reda hte
references they have. The hundreds
of people who come will be benefited.
Their praises have gone on before
and continue through life. They
have private rooms at 2502 Jefferson
Btreet. Consultation hours begin at
7:30 a. m., and continue until 9:30
OO Brings This
Tailored to Your Measure
on an offer so ennv. an lihAai -
derf ul. you can hardlv hli,v if Th.
very latest 1918 etyle, a perfect fit,"
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vrcyam. omna no monmy now, not
, ".J wnie aa a letter or
nnatn Onilaan C I
.... j, uind mm your nmw
amaimt f3 tuit offer'1 and get
the latest hit- ui nt Mnu
10 piSS,tr.0B1 bo9k at " brand
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mil FRCE, a tailoring, olfxr no aclandirf
Kit marvelflua. it's h.nTln v. 1: .
and betr than any tai lorinir offar Voo ever
c mil your own
. -T now to mike all your
.h.,,ui, uHn'--y in yonr raira spare time,
how to become more imporrant.fiinuentlal
iiiidptuvub, utm c wait, aon t put It
u3 your Mml ana aaorese
now. today, this very minat. Ahhmu -
BANNER TAIL0RIN9 C0,DEPT JS5 CHICAGO
5,089 AGENTS WANTED
10 sell the greatest national war song
hit 0f the age, entitle.
"MY BOY HE JUST CAN'T HELP
FROM BEING A BOLDIER."
This Is the one great eoLg that ex
pression of a great international crisii.
Wherever It has been beard, it baa
uiub a aociaeu nit sntn all classes of
people and in some of the leading
churches of Chicago, after reading an
announcement and simply the reading
of the words of the eong, persons have
rushed In groups tj buy It faster than
they could be hanned out. Price 25c a
" I'.' " a.w.ai uiawuub given UJ JTO. "
eons wishing to be agents. Person, wish
ing to be agents send $1.00 and we will
send you a number of copies of the
song that you will begin selling at
once. Persons wishing a 'ingle copy.
will send 25a Write at once that
you may be the first in the field. Thia
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 written about an ideal
American mother the greatest char
acter portrayal In American literature.
Send all money by money order or
registered letter to
THE WESTERN MUSIC PUBLISH
ING COMPANY. I
3S3S Stat Street, ' Chicago, III
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