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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY- OCTOBER 11,1918.
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"What's in a name?" EVERYTtUNG!
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For over eighty years, Palmer t "Skin Success",
Ointment has made a great name for itself as
a cure for most forms of skin troubles. It is the
.WARNING! Our Trade-Mark "Skin Success"
is being used by others, evidently to deceive our
friends. Let them BEWARE; we shall prosecute
them to the fullest extent of the law.
Look for our name and address on every pack
age of Palmer's "Skin Success" Ointment and
The Morgan Drug Company
1512 Atlantic Aotnut Brooklyn, New York
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Prussico war lords boasted that America would not dire attempt to send an army to France in the face of the dead-
Twtm8:ica?l,th,b,uff- Am-Mlca dare. Today America has a Murn and a Half Fighting
Men in France, fully equipped, with arms, ammunition and supplies. nk'-JB
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The ATiperican Navy your Navy--'5
convoyed the transports carrying these precious cargoes
of soldiers, munitions and food. More than a Million
men in France with practically no loss of lives. It's a
record that stirs the pride of every true American.
Without the Navy we could not have
landed these men "over there." Without the Navy our
Army in France now would be helpless, we could not
keep it supplied.
The ; "Bridge Across the Atlantic" must
be kept open. The skulling U-boat must be held .at
bay while we continue to pour our crusaders into
v "More Ships" is 'the cry. More ships
we must have. They are being turned out of the ship
yards with remarkable rapidity. But we must keep' on
building, keep on sending them out to convoy troops;
to conquer the submarine and to meet Germany's navy
when the time comes.
"More Ships", is the cry. It takes bil
lions to build a great Navq. It takes billions-to maintain
it. The cost of constructing naval vessels has increased
greatly since June, 1917. battleships which could be
built then for Thirteen Million Dollars now cost $23,075,
000. Other types of vessels have increased proportion
ately. Battle cruisers now cost $24,900,000; . destroyers
$1,590,000; and submarines from $850,000 to $1,430,
' 000. They must be manned. It takes thousands of
seamene and millions of dollars to keep them in service.
The Government calls on you to fur
nish the money to build more ships. Every dollar you
invest in Liberty Bonds helps" to float another ship; helps
to equip the "men; helps to ; buy tjie ammunition and
makes it safer for your boy "over there."
Invest NOW to the limit of your ability in LIBERTY BONDS
THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY
The Nashville Globe
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Students Army Training Corps
Th U. S. Government his authorized Hampton Institute to organ
ize units of the Students' 4rmy Training Cores. New Students ar
rive September 24. Work begins October 1. The Government will
give each member of the Students Army Training Corps:
Board, Clothing. Free Tuition and One Dollar per Day.
JAMES E. GREGG, Principal,
YOUNG MAN HERE IS YOUR CHANCE
habeea designated by the Government as one of
the vocational Unils of the Students' Army Train
ing Corps. If you art over 18 years of age and un
der 43 you are eligible for admission. You will be
Taught a TRADE, Given a Course in Millitary Training
Supplied with Room, Board and a Uniform
Paid S 30.00 per month
Tusketee Institute Offers Unusual Opportunities.
It. R. Moton,
Tuske&ee Institute, Ala.
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I WOMEN, GIRLS PROTECT YODR FUTURE
My FREE Boot Tells HOW
Make u your mlmd to throw off th hook
lei tht hove M4 you back In lifo'i raoe (or
the share o( prosperity ood kapploni that
rithtfully beloaga to you.
TUB RL.OSO TSTKM
poride a chaace (or you. Start this day.
Try a KOst. Hoc uf Kloaa Hal
(inmrr it freaheni yourecalp: ttopi (ail
ing hair: remo'ea dandruff: gives new Ufa
and abundaa( growth.
Instructions by mail or at College
Dipolomai to graduates A g e n t a
wanted'everywhere write this day.
While you think of it.
Eloso Hair Grower
Manufactured only by
Kalam J. Nelson, president of
ELOSO College Co, 1121 N. Whittier St, St. Louis, Mo.
HiaJ alt ordar by Msne-y Order Kloo ColIete
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tEOHIZED bROUND ClL-ZS
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Air. and Mrs. Daniel Llpsconib re-
relveil notice that iheir nephew, Mr.
VeCline Ralph Lipscpmb, landed
safely over seas. Miss Ella J3elle
Word and little sister, Hattle D., of
826 N. 8th street, E. Nashville, also
Miss Annie G. Flowers of tnis place
were the pleasant guests of their
cousin, Miss Ida L. Collins, Friday
night. Mr. Clarence Thompson, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomp
son, has been railed to. the - colors.
Vfis3 Annie U. Church has arrived
home from Nashville to be the wel
come guest of hoiuefolks. She was
accompanied by Mr. KlchaiM Woods
of South Carolina. Mrs. W. S. Walk
er entertained Sunday In honor of
Miss Annie L.. Church and Mr. Rich
ard Woods with a three o'clock din
ner. A three course .repast was
served. Mr. W. S. Walker arrived
from Washington, D. C, to be the
welcome guest of his wife, Mrs. Maud
Williams Walker. Mr. Walker's
many friends were delighted to see
him looking so well and Btrons, Mr.
Walker made a flying trip to Center
ville, visiting home-folks. Rev. I. J.
Edwards, D. D.. presiding elder, ar
rived Saturday in the interest of the
fourth and last quarterly conference
for, this conference year. Rev. G. J.
Stanfort, with his faithful members
was ready with their reports Sunday
at 11 a. in., Dr. Edwards preached an
able sermon. Ho filled the pulpit at
night "alio. iThe presiding cider was
at Ms' best and preached a soul-stir-rin?
sermon. Mr. Ralph Lipscomb
tnd Mr. M. M. Thomas' many friends
are pleased to. know thev landed
safely overseas. Rev. E. fi. Russell
of Hampshire conducted a series of
meetings for Rev. R. B. Flowers last
week. The farmers are quite busy
making sorphum In this vicinity. The
nr using Hiroll Pomuls ITnlr Drcnlnr. H
K'tucn U oeilBnillMIJ fwnuiueu .nu iruur
(lie tort prtpmlioii mails fur DrodurtnH
iMfautiriil. Kift, silky, unliiht. Vim fluirr
lialr Jiitl lh ll"U you want. Hemlla
fttilj Hm scalp s.id makes kinky, nappy,
tliort, stubborn hnlr so wift, ln sna liu
trous tliat you can eaglly hatullo it sml
put It un in si't style. It Is your natural
right to hare Otlo. lonlr hair, and Hrmllo
(titers you a clwnre. TnUe It litis, dou'i
in (uoled Into ttrtilnf snylldnt lu Uwa
It nukes short hair m lnnf and hfautl
(uU atois Itrhlnii si'alp snd dsudrulT.
FOR VBIIW MAIL
Hernlln Co., Atlanta, Cist.
srit NTC 'ollr own man or womao.
nubiiiO Ws make yuu i' liberal otrar
and show you hour lu tnako money rase
quarterly conference at the A. it, R
Church the 5th and 6th in&t., was a
credit to the pastor and members.
Dr. Edwards left Monday for Nash
vllle. He was accompanied to that
rtation by Mr. A. J. Blackburn. The
Red Rose Club will be entertained1
ot the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis'
Aldersdn on the 12th iu.. .
Rev. Dr. Geo.' W; Moore, after
spending a pleasant season in Geor
gia, N. Carolina and the District of
Columbia. will spend the winter at
Feasenden Academy, Florida.