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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FlilDAY APRIL 12, 1918.
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THE RELIEF CLUB.
The , Relief Club held Its regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. Florence
Hodge, 1209 Jadkison street, last Fri
day. The meeting was opened by
acting president airs. Maggie Pettis.
Mrs. Hodge offered song and prayer,
-which was followed by a Scripture
Teadlng by the president. After dueo
were collected and other important
matters were attended to, Mrs. Fer
guson and Mrs. Williamson, who paid
the club a visit, delivered eloquent
remarks. The hostess then' served
'her guests to a beautiful dinner and
an Ice course. The club then adjourn
ed to meet with Mrs. Ferguson, 411
14th Avenue, North.
Mrs. H. A. Bovd. Chairman Snoalr
ers Bureau, Colored Unit, National
Council Defense, who attended War
vomerence neia at Capitol last week
AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB.
A delightful meeting of the Ameri
can .Beauty jirub w-oia held Wednesday
afternoon, April 3.-1918, at the home
i ivirs. i . natton of Flat Rock on
Whiteside Ave. The meeting was
presided over by the president, Mrs.
D. B. Alexander and th
exercises were ied iby the chaplain,
air. i. mi. Kiaeout. The roll was
called. Each monnhpr
dues and quotations. Mrs. I). E. Alex
ander and Mtas E. A. Maury gave a
Biauiying report or the recent Sock
entertainment, given under the au
spices of the club. The secretary
then read to the club an, Invitation
sent iby Mr. and (Mrs. Peter Wash
ington to the marriage of their neice
Rebecca Deaderlck to Mr. Alfred Lew
Is Balle which is to be solemnized
'. Wednesday, April 24, 1918, 909 War
ren street. Ths invitation , was ac
cepted. 'Mrs. T. F. Patton and iMts.
E. D. Henly on program for next
meeting which is to be at the home
of Mrs. W. H. Patton, 1276 East Hill
April 17, 1918. After the business
session ft short program was rendered
as follows: Paper by Mrs. D. E. Alex
ander, entitled "Mental Power." An
other interesting paper was given by
Mrs. Marshall Wray, entitled "Twen
ty years ago and Now." Both of the
papers were thoughtfully written as
well as uplifting. Visitor present
were Mrs. Wk O. Gainer, of Chicago,
111., Mrs. G. W. Davis and Miss Rosa
L. Thomas. Some splendid, remarks
were made by Mrs. Gainer. One
hour was epent In knitting, after
which the meeting was turned over
to the hostess who served a beautiful
two counse menu. The hostess was
assisted by Mrs. E. D. iHenly and
Miss Rosa L. Thomas. In, leaving the
members and friends expressed them
selves as having spent a pleasant
iAll members please be present next
Mr.l G. D. Patton has returned
home in Lowell, Qiaos.,' where he
has lived for two or three years, af
ter a week's visit to his relatives and
friends of this city. . We all regret
Mrs. P. R. Burrus, Delegate to War
HOUSEKEEPERS' CLUB. ,
The Housekeepers Club" met with
Mrs. E. M. Wright and Mrs. S. H.
Killebrew at the residence of Mrs
Wright, 1732 Ileiman Street, with
the following ladies present: Mad
ames Elliott, Batte, Dawson, Leach,
Tyree, Johnson, Moore, Hedrick,
Wright and Killebrew. Guests' were
Madams D. Houston, A. 0. Kenny and
T. J. Clennison. After' the regular
routine of business an excellent pro
gram was rendered, as follows: A
paper on "The Importance of Educat
ing the youth," by Miss V. L. Moore.
Solo by Mrs. Hugh J. Johnson. Very
uneresung remarks were made by
Mrs. A. O. Kenny and Mrs. Dawson.
The hostess served a very delicious
two cours menu, after which we ad
journed to meet with Mrs. J. L.
Leach on ADri'. 22 Till, flf tha raalHanna
of Mrs. Elliott. 1107 Third Avbhup
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON TOUR-
The B. T. W: T. Cluh mpt Tiipadnv
April 2, 1918 with Mrs.. R. H. Boyd,
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rl602 Helman Street. Mr. Clark, the
president, presided. The meeting
was opened with prayer by Mrs. Anna
Marshall. After quotations and dues,
reports of the different committees
were heard The treasurer, Mrs. Mary
Priest was reported sick. One new
member was added to the club. After
a very Interesting busi TlPRfl hmir waa
spent, the hostess served a sumptuous
iwo course menu. Assisting the
hostess were Mrs. Benefleld mid Mr
Landers. Those nrespnt Mnarinmn.
A. Clark, B. Gordon, A. V. Marshall,
i. aaunaers. Miss K. 0. Walker, Mrs
H. Burns. M. Hovd. n w fnvA t.
Landers, L. Williams. O. Williams. L.
Aicmage, M. Benefleld. M. Moore, o
Cook. The club ad inn rnpri in mfwt
Tuesday, April 16th, with Mrs. Mary
luuore, idu rnilllps St.
CARNATION ART CLUB.
The Carnation Art Cluh hold thalr
regular meeting with Mrs. Pete Pat
terson at ner home. 1004 Ninth ave
nue, North. Mrs. J. C. Fields, the
president, presided. After a short
business session, an hour was spent
in knitting. An interesting contest
was me afternoon's diversion. The
first prize was won by Mrs. J. C.
Fields and the booby by Mrs. A. Bar-
l.aier a tnree course menu was
served by the hostess. Members
present: Mesdames A. Barton, R. W.
Winefield. A. Pnrtwrlphf T A Vvlor.
son, J. C. Fields, W. P. Irvine, Green
Hall, Pete Patterson, E. Miller. The
next meeting of the club will be
held with Mrs. Green Hall, April 9
Dr. J. E. Wells, Delegate to War
Conference which clnand
session at Capitol on Friday.
MISS GREEN ENTERTAINS.
Miss Maggie Green of Columbia,
ienn., was nostess of a delightfully
planned social, Tuesday evening,
March 2Gth, at the beautiful home of
rror. and Mrs. T. A. Frierson, 1712
Thompson street, complimentary to
the Carnation Art Club.
The reception rooms were nt.frnn.
tively decorated with spring flowers.
ine tuning room table was a mass
of Easter eggs, chickens and pigs
which were given as souvenir
Short talks by a few of the guests
and music were the features of , the
evening. There was also a contest
In which prizes were awarded to
Messrs. Simmons and McAdoo. At a
late hour the eneatn were Invito
into the beautifully decorated dining
room, wnere a aeiicious six course
menu was most bountifully served.
Miss Green was nsststpd lv Moo.
dames McAdoo. Irvine and Prlorenn
The guests who included . the club
members and friends were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Simmons. Air and Mra
J. C. McCauley, Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Wlngfteld, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Web
ster, Rev. S. L. McDowell, Dr. Red
mon of Franklin, Tenn..; Prof. J. T.
Caruthers, Mr. Sam Mayberry, Mr.
and Mrs. Wray, Mt. Pleasant, Tenn.;
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McAdoo, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Dr. and Mrs. L. A.
Fisher, Mrs. John Wilkins, Jr.,
Franklin, Tenn.; Rev. J. W. Irvine,
Columbia, Tenn.; .Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Barton, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Irvine,
Mesdames J. W. Russell, M. E. Bry-"
ant, H. A. Cameron, J. W. Scruggs,
E. Battle. W. B. Rose, J. C. Fields,
W. L. Miller, W. H. McGavock, Mr.
and Mrs. Pete Patterson, Prof, and
Mrs. T. A. Frierson.
The Cosmopolitan Club of C.a
Chapel C. M. E. Church will give a
parlor concert Monday night, April
15th, at 8:30 o'clock, at the home of
Mrs. Sterling B. Webb's, 28th Ave.
Some of the best musical talent from
State Normal. Pearl Hle-h. Moh arrv
and Walden University will take part
in me program.
MISS RUBY PEARL ABERNA
THY'S EASTER EGG HUNT.
A most enjoyable affair was that
of an Easter Egg Hunt, given by
Miss Ruby Pearl Abernathy, of 1001
Twelfth avenue, North, Sunday eve
ning at 2 o'clock.
Quite a number consisting of Miss
es Alene Williaihs, Claudine Bram
lette, Sadie Armstrong, Irene Wood
fork, Thelina Woodfork, Helen Wood
fork, Georgia Cotten, Vivian Cotten,
Caroline Farmer, Summers Buch
anan, Willie- Mae Shurron, Theresa
Brown. Christine Love, Nellie
Charleston, Messrs. Harrison, Rhodes,
Benjamin Johnson, Benjamin King,
and Mark Weakley, were present.
HUBBARD HOSPITAL CLUB.,
The president, Mrs. P. R. Burrus,
of the Hospital Club, issues a call
meeting of the ladies. Monday, April
15th, at 4 o'clock at Hubbard Hospi
tal. All members are urged to be
THE SIXTIETH BIRTHDAY .CELE
BRATION OF REV. JOSEPH
One of the most Bplendld affairs in
the history of Zion Baptist Church
waB the surprise birthday celebra-
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" " - '-"rr f 1'iiiiih im iii m imm nnfif; i i
Uon given In honor ot the pastor,
Rev. Joseph Kelll, Friday night, Apr.
5, 1918, at the church in which he
has held the office of pastor for
thirty-two years. The affair was giv
en by the young people of the Pas
tor's Aid Society under the direction
of Miss Mabel Lee Smith, who is a
member of Zion Baptist Church
choir. The colors of the evening
were crimson, red and yellow. The
main feature of the evening was the
pastor's chair which had been beau
tifully decorated for the occasion by
Mrs. Myrtle Cartwright.
Promptly at 9 o'clock the pastor to
his very great surprise was led to
his chair by Prof. A. A. Bennett, of
Roger Williams University. A short
program was rendered, after which a
large sum was presented to him by
the members and friends of the
church. After that one of the most
beautiful birthday cakes was present
ed to him which was baked by Mrs.
Susie Ewing, a member of the church
The pastor expressed himstelf as
being greatly surprised and royally
entertained. He made very encour
aging remarks to the younger set,
advising them to work on and be
faithful to the end. The pastor. Rev.
Kelll, Is held in high esteem and well
beloved by all who know him.
BISHOP SMITH GUEST AT BOYD
Bishop C. S. Smith is a Drnmlnpnt
visitor in the city this week. He
came to the city Tuesday mnrnino-
and Is the guest of Dr. R. H. Boyd,
secretary 01 tne National Baptist
Publishing Board of the National
Baptist Convention funincornnratPdi
and Mrs. Boyd at the residence on
neiman street. While in the city,
Bishop Smith attended
meeting at the Sunday Srhnnl TTninn
ot the A. M. E. Church of which our
own Mr. Ira T. Bryant is Secretary
Manager. AN HONORED GUEST.
Cordele, Ga., April G, 1918.
Dr. Dorsey B. Payne, U. S. A. Sur
geon, Mcharry Class '17, en route to
visit his parents at; Waycross, Ga.,
was the honored guest at a reception
given by Dr. W, T. Ford at the
beautiful and palatial residence of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Martin Thursday eve
ning. Mrs. Martin, the hostess, re
ceived the guest clad in a beautiful
gown of white. All of the guests
were attired in sorinc rnstnmpa
which harmonized with the joyous
ana smiling occasion. Games and mu
sic were the features of the evening.
Ices were served. At eleven the
guests autoed away to seek their
morning naps. Guests present, Dr. D.
E. Payne, Prof. P. D. Adair and Mr.
C. E. White, Messrs. J. D. Anderson,
Xavier Oneal, J. R. Spaulding, Misses
P. K. Thomas, L. G. Green, W. M.
Clark, E. C. Rivers. D. L. Chamblee,
A. Caldwell and Miss B. T. Graham.
One of the grandest occasions hat
has been witnessed in Winchester for
quite a while was the marriage of
Mr. Clarence Parker and Miss Mary
Commons. Marching to the sweet
strains of a beautiful wedding march
played by Mrs. A. C. Boddie, Miss
Almeda Finch and Mr. Willie Trigg
walked , Into the spacious parlor,
then came the bride and groom. Rev.
W. H. Boddie of McMinnville, Tenn.,
said the words that made two hearts
one. The bride was gowned In a
lovely dress with hat to match and
carried bride's roses. They left im
mediately for Shelbyviile, Tenn.,
where a grand reception awailed
them. Miss Commons is a lovable
and industrious girl and was ad
mired for her good traits of charac
ter. The groom is well thought of
and is a worthy young man. IIr
presents were numerous. May they
have a long and happy life.
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Mrs. A. O. Kenny, who spoke at
the War Conference at Sate tapitol
MRS. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON,
Mrs. Booker T. Washington, Jr.,
wife of Booker T. Washington, Jr.,
son of the famous founder of Tuske
gee Institute, is in the city a guest
of iMr. C. N. Langston, Cashier of th
One Cent Savings Bank, and Mrs.
Langston at their home on llynes
street. Mrs. Washington is well
known in the 'city, having received
her education at Fisk University, of
Which school her husband is also an
alumnus. She was accompanied to
the city by her two children and In a
few days will leave for the west
visiting Denver and many other
places of interest before returning to
her southern home.
Mrs. A. A. Crosthwaith announces
the marriage of her daughter, Alberta
Pocahontas to Mr. Paul Franklin
Mobray, November 30th, 1917.
Invitations have Just -reached Nash
ville annuoncing the approaching mar
riage of Mss Hannah Josephine Wil-
CAPE MAY, IN. J. (
This magnificent hotel, located in the keart of the most
beautiful seashore resort in the world; replete with erery
modern improvement, superlative in construction, appoint
ments, service and refined patronage. Orchestra daily,
garage, bath houses, tennis, etc. on premises. Special at
tention given to ladies and children. Send for booklet.
B. IA. DALE, Owner.
son to Mr. Bert Maynard Roddy.
The wedding Is tod take place Wed
nesday evening, April 24th at half af
ter eight o'clock at 20 South Park
way East, Memphis. Miss Wilson is
the accomplished daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Wilson
of the Bluff City, while Mr. Roddy is
the Cashier of the Solvent Savings
Bank and is connected prominently
in business and political affairs of
West Tennessee. They are to be at
home after May 1st! at 20 South Park
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Mrs. Kate Wilson,
DR. M. L. SPEARS RETURNS TO
Dr. IM. L. Spears, who was called
out of the city to Marianna, Fla., to
witness the funeral and burial of his
brother, Alfred A. Spears, who died
in Pittsburgh, Pa., is back in his of
fice. His many friends extend heart
felt sympathy to him and his family
in this very sad hour which must
come to us all.
NEGE0 PUBLIC LIBRARY
Miss Averitte of State Normal had
charge of the Story Hour Saturday.
She was assisted by two expression
students of State Normal, who read
from Dunbar and Riley. The feature
which we never have had In our
story hour was stories told by kinder
garten children 3, 4 and 5 years old.
Little Thomas Brumfleld told about
the "Tree Pigs." Little Billy Hale
told about the "Three Bears," and
original stories and Charmine White
also told a charming story.
Saturday The Story Hour April
13th, will be in charge of the Junior
. WALDEN UNIVERSITY.
The Commercial Department
Walden University held their com
mencement exercises Wednesday
evening, April 3rd in the Chapel at
eight o'clock with a full house In at
tendance. The commencement ad-
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dress was delivered by Hon. J. C. j Rev. I. J. Edwards, Presiding Elder of
Napier. There were short talks glv-1 the Colored District will preach for
en by Bishop Scott and the president, the interest of one of the rally clubs.
Dr. E. A. White.. Music was render- I The public is Invited to hear him.
ed by the Commercial Quartet and the ' Rev. Edwards is one of the strongest
Boys' Glee Club. There were nine to '. Negro ministers in the Sate of Ten
receive diplomas: Misses Gladys , nessee, having pastored a number of
Glascow, Edna Anderson, Addle K. churches in the city. We invite you
Darden, Audrey Hinton, Margaret to give him your co-operation on
Mason, Bertha Singleton,' Mesdames next Wednesday night, April 13th.
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Adalene Warfleld, Earl Gilmer and
Mr. Andrew Sissel.
Walden Is a scene of activity mak
ing preparations for the commence
ment which will take place May 16th.
The president is in Chicago, 111., at
tending conference, which is in ses
sion there this week.
A marriage of much social inter
est was that of Mr. Clifton A. Good
loe and Miss Jeanette E. Hatcher
which took place Wednesday, March
Delegate to War
27th, The brirto is the attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M.
Hatcher and is much admired by a
large circle of friends. The groom
is the son of Mr. Dave Goodloe of
Louisville, Ky., and has a host of
friends to be interested in his mar
riage. Mr. Walter Owens complimented
them with a solo, while Miss Louise
Johnson presided at the piano. Miss
Ella Jones played the wedding march
while the bride and groom entered.
Rev. H. L. P. Jones officiated. The
house was decorated with spring
llowers. The bride wore a girlish
costume of silk and georgette; her
tule veil was fashioned Juliette with
orange, blossoms and she carried a
bouquet of bribe's roses and ferns.
The out-of-town guests were Mrs.
Maynes of Indianapolis, Ind., and.
Mrs. Hatcher and daughter of
Clarksville. Mr. and ..Mrs. Goodloe
are with the bride's parents, at 02
FISK UNIVERSITY. '
Miss Ruth Rowan, of the senior
class in tho Department of Music,
will give a piano recital at Fisk Me
anorlal Chapel on Friday afternoon,
April Iff, at half-past four o'clock.
All are cordially invited.
Bach-Preambule (from .sixth nolin
Liszt Au lac du Waldenstadt
Ole Olsen 'PopilloUB
Rubenstein Barcarolle in A Minor
Grieg From the Carnival
Slnding Intermezzo in E
Chopin' Impromptu in A Flat
St. Sacus Third Mazurka
MRS. BESSIE MORRISON A REG
Mrs. Bessie Morrison, R. N., 607
Ramsey street, has Just received of
ficial notification that she passed
creditably the State Board of Nurse
Examiners and has been enrolled on
the records of the State as a Regis
tered Nurse. The Board convened in
the city last month. Mrs. Morrison
is a graduate of the Nurse Training
School of Meharry and is locally re
guarded as nurse of unusual efficien
cy. At the present time she is serv
ing as a nurse for the Metropolitan
Life Insurance Company and it is
understood her services are highly
satisfactory. Mrs. Morrison was
formerly Miss Bessie May Phillips of
East Nashville. She has a wide cir
cle of friends in the city who nre ex
tending her congratulations and best
wishes for Immense success in her
well chosen field.
MRS. ADA BENTON-WHITS0N
Mrs. Ada Benton-Whitson of Sav
annah, arrived here Thursday morn
ing, atter visiting points in northern
Mississippi and Alabama. While in
this city she will bo the guest of
Mra. A; T. Cooper of Jefferson street.
Mrs. Whitson is prominently identi
fied with the social and educational
life of her' city.
At Payne Chapel, April 13th, 1918,
Tuskegee Institute Summer Schoo For Teechers
June 10thf thru July 10th, 1918. Unequalled Advantage?
Special courses for Teaches In ROSENWALD SCHOOLS : :
Be an Agent-Diplomas Awarded!
For Dandruff, Tetter, General
Scalp Troubles use
ST. LOUIS SYSTEM
BEAUTIFY Your Complexion
CLEAH BKOWN Faou cream
will do it. Try a box. Raid
Temples need Rbodao TEM
PLE OIL : : :
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Rev. Preston Taylor. President
Masonic Temple Association, under
whose supervision Easter Rally was
held at Spruce Street Baptist Church.
MASONS HAVE EASTER RALLY.
The Masonic Lodges ana Chapters
of the city held their Easter Rally at
the Spruce Street Baptist Church,
Easter Sunday in the afternoon. The
exercises were under the auspices of
Apollo and Mt. Hebron Command-
eries and the rally was under the
direct supervision of Elder Preston
Taylor, pastor of the Lea Avenue
Christian Church and President of
the Masonic Temple Association
Rev. R. B. Polk was Worshipful Mas
ter of the day. The regular Easter
ceremonies were under the direction
of Prof. T. B. Hardiman, Prelate and
N. B. Buford, Eminent Commander.
The religious service by Revs. Polk,
Lyerson, Haynes, Spurlock, Reed,
Strayhorne and Franklin.
In addition to the Easter exercises
a rally was held in the interest of the
Masonic property at 416 4th Avenue,
N. The Lodges and Chapters in the
city rallied beautifully to the cause,
$700 being raised. This property
was recently bought by the Masonics
and comprises a most valuable piece
Sunday school whs a little off. The
superintendent, Mr. Shackelford be
ing absent on account of illness.
Everybody was asking, "Where's our
superintendent?" We pray that he
will sonn recover and he back at his
post of duty. Miss Claybrooks, tho
assistant superintendent presided. At
11 o'clock a. m., the pastor preached
an interesting serinon, his text, "Oc
cupy until I come," his subject, "Op
portunity, privilege arid expecta
tion." At 7 o'clock the League had
a very .-Interesting topic. Again ut
8 o'clock the pastor preached another
Interesting sermon on "Lead me."
Tho Lord's Supper was administered.
A revival was launched for tho sole
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Mrs. .1. C. Napier, Delegate to
War Conference of National Council
' of Defense.
purpose of winning souls to Christ.
Come, bring your sinner friends.
The Stewardess Alliance will meet
at St. Paul A. M. E. Church at 3
o'clock p. m. All stewardesses are re:
quested to be present at that hour.
Business ot Importance.
Mrs. ,G. L. Jackson, Pres.
Mrs. M. E. Woodmoro, Sec.
WRITE wkat you wait.
Appliaaoea (or Kheana
tism, Aalhma, Bright' Diacaae
aa4 a loll liae of articles yea
ay aaed. Have mixed Gray
Switches. Reducing Corsets for
Stoat Woatea. Combs, Plasters.
BESSIE T. PAGE RHODA
514 I Oth Ate.. $.. Nashvnii, Tenn.
New RHODAO Agents:
Mrs: Emma Whitakef, 1047 Fhst
Mrs. Lurean Robinson, Tullahoma,
Tenn., and others.
Gentlemen: Bfor luteal
2ur Exlnto Quiitin
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hurt, txaraa and nappy,
but mow It bai trowD to 8S
Inchaa lour, and it m toft
aukd allky that I taa do it
op any wj I want to. I
uq undiuK you my pio
tur to ahow yua how
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TVin't lc soma fakti Elnk Ranorerfool
you. You really can't trairrhten your tutir
until it la nice tuwt loag luavs woac
doea. removes Dandruff, feeds the Boots of
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tna dtnereoce. aim tiwr. ueims wuiwu
will be so pretty and lonat that yoa eun fix
it ap to suit yon. If Exelanto don't do as
we claim, we will give jour money back.
Pric 25c by maO on receipt of stanpa
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
Write for parttcnlara.
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Attent ion !
Visit 11 2 O Cedar St.
for Walclies, Clocks and
We furniNh a aice liae uf Tiiilint itards
Innis K Claud
LEARN THE ROYAL SYSTEM
and grow hair where others tall.
$25.00 Course taught through mail or
personal instructions for $12.00.
Terms, Cash or in installments.
Dipplomas given on completion.
Royal Il;iir Grower 40c.
Hoyal Special COc.
Royal Tcmplo Oil Rc.
Royal Pressing Oil 50c.
I advise you to besin with complete
two months' treatment. .By mall,
5,000 Agents wanted to sell goods.
Enclose stamps for reply.
ROYAL HAIR GROWER COMPANY,
1205 HeimaTi St., Nashville, Tenn.
Branch Olllce, 602 St. Paul Street,
Two prominent citizens of SDring-
field, Tenn., visited Nashville this
; week in the person of Rev. J. T. Rid
i ley, the pastor of the first Baptist
Church ot that city, and Mr. Odis
Woodard, the treasurer of the church .
and Sunday school. While-here thoy .
were visitors at the .National Baptist
Publishing House's plant, corner Sec
ond Avenue, North end Locust street.
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