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ton, pastor. This will bo a very Im
portant meeting and every stewardess
ul all our A. M. E. churches is urged
to be present The Alliance grows la
numbers and usefulness. Every stew
ardess board Is asked to come Into
tnis alliance and help to make the
work more far-reaching and helpful.
LBS. IN WIEGHT.
Nashville Woman Was in a Serious
Condition. 8he Says.
AFTER-EFFECT OF MEASLES.
-Heartily Recommends Lung-Vita to
Anyone Suffering With a Couah.
"Lung-Vita is the greatest medicine
I ever saw and every chance I get i
tell my friends about it. Any medi
cine that does what Lung-Vita did
for me is deservtos of praise." savs
""k00!-! Purchase a burying ground. Kev J.
Rev. C. C. Bright was in our town
one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. S.
M. Bonner of Mollne were visitors
last weok. The citizens of Lincoln
County met at the High School Wed
nesday and elected Kev. J. M. De
Shong to represent them at the
Peace Conference. An organization
was also perfected to raise money to
avenue, north, Nashville, Tenn.
"Several years ago I hod measles
and then an attack of pneumonia. 1
came mighty near dying but managei
to pull through but was left with a
severe cough. I used all kinds of a friend from
medicine, both patent aind that pre- here Sunday.
scribed by a physician, but didn't set
ft bit better. I continued in this way
and my doctior finally told me to
sleep out of doors. About this time
Lung-Vita was recommended to me
and I took it. Now 1 am entirety
well. My lungs do not pain me arad
I have gained twenty-five pounds in
M. Brown was elected chairman; Prof,
G. T. Hall, secrptar;-. Many previous
attempts have been made on this
project. We hope this one will be
a success. Mrs. Mary Johnson and
Elora were visitors
Mr. Samuel Jones of
"I think Lung-Vita is the greatest
mediiue 1 ever saw, and heartily re
commend it to anyone who is suffer
ing as I was."
Your druggist or dealer should han
dle Lung-Vita, but if he wuci't supply
you, write NasHiviile) Mainline Co.,
Nacthville, Tenn., lor free booklet.
W. Market street has returned from
Camp Meade. Miss Annie B. Bonner
was in town shopping. Monday. The
'ilu" ban has again been placed on
churches, schools and places of
WILLING WORKERS' CLUB OF GAY
ST. CHRISTIAN CUUnOH.
The club met at the residence of
Miss Eva Heard, lCl'J Phillips street
i'lio ioi'owin? program was render jd.
"The S;ar Spangled Banner,'' chorus.
Mis i.vlr Jefl'm'.on presido'l at the
piano. After prayer an instrumental
selection by Miss A.nnio Itoss. Solo,
"God Will Take Care of You," Miss
Eva' Beard. She responded to the
hearty applause by singing "Mem-
p ones. After the program a tempt-
PLEASANT VALLEY PRIMITIVE
Tho members and friends' of this
church presented our castor, ltev.
Wm. Wilson, with a purse of $144.95
for a gift on Thanksgiving. We had
special services on that day. He
wishes to thank those who so kindly
A Home Cure Given By
One Who Had It
Tn the spring of 1803 I was at
tacked by Muscular and Inflamma
tory Rheumatism. I Buffered as only
those who have It know, for ovor throe
years. 1 tried remedy after rrmiwly,
nd doctor after doctor, but such n
Uef as I received was only temporary.
Finally. I found a remedy that cured
me completely, and It has neTrr re
turned. I have fciven It to a number
who were terribly nfriicted and even
bedridden with Kneumatixin, and it
effected a cure in every case.
I want every sufferer from any form
of rheumatic trouble to try tujs mar
velous healing power. Don't send a
cent; simply mall your name and ad
dress and I will send It free to try.
After you have used It and it has
proven itself to be that long-looked-for
means of curing your rheumatism, you
may send the price of it, one dollar,
but understand, I do not want your
money unless you are perfectly satis
fied to send it. isn't that fair Why
suffer any longer when positive rellof
Is thus offered you free. Don't delay.
Mark H. Jackson, No. 482E Carney
Bids;.. Syracuse, N. Y.
Mr. adwrniarMporoblo. Abora statement true
WE SELL THE EARTH
liny and Sell Ural Estate Build tud
Rrpair Horses, Secure Tennantn and
Collect Keulils, Iiuorove and Krdrem
Property. Terms lu - uit. Call en
us belore going fUrwhrrr.
THE STAR REALTY & INVESTMENT CO.
j j j l 1U CEPAH WTltKKT
1 Peopled Savings Bunk
& Trust Co. Huildinfi
PHON i MIN 2551
SOllC brs: Wisbunr Solicitor. Prof I
II. Allen, rash ni g-. kw,w a
MiT uille Hill, cash $11.00;
$14.70; Mra- Et. Davis,
w $45.50, subscrib 179.50. Peters.
burg solicitors. Mr. T.,ra Hardy and
Miss Corrlne Hall cash $10.25. Mc
Kenzie solicitors: Mrs, Lizzie Hill cash
$8.00. Now Hebron solicitors, Mr.
Jas Fitzpatrick and Mrs. Bessie May
berry, cash 115.25. Farmimrton soil.
citor, Mr. Zack Bowen, cash $7.00 Mt
Vernon solicitor Mr. Whartie Flovd,
cash $35.95. Rich Creek solicitors, Mr.
Collins Roebuck and Mrs. Tennie
eGntry, cash $8.75. Earn and Give
Division of Lewisburg High School
gave $14.00. Total amount raised
$293.15, several of the districts have
not reported. The names of those that
give will be publishod in the next Issue
BAPTIST MINISTERS' CONFER.
ENCE ENTERTAIN COMMIS
SIONERS of the Unincorporated National Bap
There was a large attendance at
the liaptist Conference last Monday
morning, and the reports were very
nattering, as they all showed a
healtny and prosperous coudition of
the various churches. The pastors
aim ministers take great interest in
tUo expositom of the Sunday school
Iimsoii each .Monday, given do ably by
uev. j. c. fields, A. li. The freedom
to usk questions and the readiness cf
the expositor to answer has served
tj increase tho attendance and pro
long tho tihiii of meeii.ig.
.Much interest and ti tinioiasm wis
n aiiiics ed oa the part of the ml'il--ters
v.li' ii tue ;. ii:.ti(e? kotn-M
a hi onictainiueat way gi-on the rig-.t
of way and mors Uau enough homes
wreo provided for tho visitors and
members of tho commissioners of the
RS EECLTrS. GiivES WAFERS, FTC THE BEST ? TH3
aiAiovxi. AUm IAJLUJ UXJKS USE IT.
RACE MEN AND WOMEN PROTECT YOUR
ins oyster supper was served by tho
hostess. The club adjourned to meet i unincorporated convention. The com
with Miss Laura Scott, 2502 Jefferson ! miueo thought that there would be
street. Ifoitv or Hit v to be cared for. to which
the pastois replied, saying, "Our
ML'UFKEESHOHO members are prepared and will take
Ttpv fionre-o Washington Wade !care f them. The commissioners'
for thirty-live years a member of the
Fvery woman nhould
liitottliiii bonhli tf
tuid ettidy in wi-l I
tyl of ual'dret-B- S
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BOOKER T. WASHINGTON TOURIT
The B. T. W. T. Club met Tuesday4
evening, Dec. 10, with Mrs. Mary 13ol
den, 103 Lewis street. The president,1
Mrs. Annie Marshall, presided. After
song led by chaplain, -Mrs. Oolden,
also prayer, the roll was called and
the oiticers responded with quotations
and dues. The meeting was opened
for business. Partial reports of com
mittees were received. One new
member, Mrs. W. M. Bolden, was
added to the club. The treasurer,
Mrs. Mary Priest, was able to be with
us. Mrs. Anule Webster is still un
abie to be out. iThe club misses Mrs.
Webster very, much and hopes to
have her with us soon. Members
present: Alesdames Marshall, Priest,
Floyd, Vincent, Bolden, Wilder, Fer
guson, Davis, Willis, Wm. Bolden,
Cook. After a well-spent business
hour, the president announced tiiat
at the next meeting the final re
port of each chairman with their
committee was expected. Every mem
ber is expected. Business of impor
tance demands' your presence. After
an evenin.s; thoroughly enjoyed, the
club adjourned to meet December 17
with Miss Ollie Cook, 1010 State
STONEWALL LODGE MEETING".
j. Stonewall Lodge No. 103 K. ot P.
will hold Its annual election of of
jficers Thursday night, Dec. 19,-1918.
I All members of this and sister
; lodges are requested to be present.
Attest: P. A. BOWMAN, K. oJ R. & S.
M. E. Church of this city died Sun
day. Rev. Wade because of his
faithful service, as a revivalist, not
only In his own church but in all the
churches, wherever duty called him,
was a well known character. He was
an exceptional revival singer and
was the life of many a church song
service. He truly has fallen asleep,
but even now the writer with deep
imagination 1 '-ars the voice of this
giant church 'orker. Rev. Wade
leaves a wifend several daughters
at Murfreesboro and one daughter,
Mrs. Henry Alexander of 1117 Cedar
St., Nashville, Tenn., who is his
oldest daughter. He was the head ot
a loving family, hence besides being
missed among church circles he
leaves vacant the position of a loving
husband and father. He was an
ideal. The First Uaptist Church of
which Rev. Wm. C. Cheers is acting
pastor, by the help of God and the
faithful members is taking on spirit
ual growth. The Key Memorial
Chapel under the leadership of its
new pastor, Dr. W. II. Davis, is doing
effective work. The Mt. Zion Bap
tist Church with its very able pastor,
Dr. Nance, is doing successful work.
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, with
its able and new pastor, Dr. Jack
son, D. D., M. D., is taking on new
life. Likewise tho Holy Trinity
Church with Rev. Freeman and the
Mt. Zion Puimitive Church with Hev.
Dr. KiinbaJ. Let us get together.
hoard and lodging shall be at our expense.
MRS. MATTIE REEVES RUTON
GOES TO HER REWARD.
God, the all-merlciful Father, sent
down into his garden of llowers and
plucked a rose in tho person of Sis
ter Mattie Reeves Burton, Wednes
o'clock. She leaves to mourn their
loss a husband, four sisters, , three
brothers and a host of relatives and
friends. Weep not, dear family, be
cause he has selected her to go to
heaven to help to brighten his king
dom. She has gone to join her loved
ones across the river. We wish to
thank our many friends for their kind
ness during the brief illness of our
beloved sister, Mattie Reeves Burton.
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Sunday school opened at the usual
hour with a large attendance present
The lessons are fine. The review by
the supprlntendent' Excellent. Instal
lation of officers -by -the pastor.' The
superintendent, Mr. Shackleford, was
elected by acclamation. He has
measured up to the standard in every
respect In Sunday school work. He's
faithful, he's enereetic. Too much
cannot be said to liis credit. All the
officers and teachers have done ef
fective work. Miss Blnora Woods
was elected as oreanlst of the Sun
day school. She came from the Cra
dle Koll Uepartment; now she s a
teacher and organist of the Sunday
school. We wanl 150 young ladles
and 300 young men for Sunday school
and League work. Experience un
necessary. Sunday morning ait 11:30 o'clock
the pastor preached a sermon to the
delight of all. His text aws Matt. 4:
10. Subject, "Victory." At night
quarterly meeting. Pev. G. L. Jack
son, presiding elder, preached a
splendid sermon., Monday night the
first quarterly meeting was held; all
the departments made good reports.
Four members having died this quar
ter, memorial services were held.
Will promott i
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Hair. Dandrotf. Hdbw Srilp.er
any Heir Trouble, vve went yu to
try a Jar of Eut Irdlafoir Cutwr. lh Suoay
tmiiiins mtdioi Mem Us Ual a to lie nd'
of the hair, stiirulil tf.e ikm, heiti MiUre U
do its work, lecivcs fro to sen aid iiB). i ei
itimtd with a b tkn of a tosad Ikwus. r lit'
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lOe exttaior pcaiagt.
The Stewardess Alliance wjll meet
the third Friday at St. James A. M.
E. Church at 3 o'clock. All steward
esses are requested to be present
with the pastors. Visitors welcome.
MISS GLADYS H. OWENS PASSES
On Thanksgiving Day the Death
Angel visited the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Owens and took with him
their beloved daughter, Miss Gladys
B. Owens. She had been 111 three
months. Miss Owens' charming per
sonality and sweet, sunny disposition
made for her many friends, who will
sadly m'- ner. The deceased was a
faithful member of Seay's Chapel M.
E. Church and a student of Pearl
High School. A mother, father, sis
ter and brother are left to mourn
their loss. Their many friends ex
tend sympathy to the bereaved family.
He gazed on the flowers with tearful
' eyes, '
He kissed their drooping leaves;
It was for the Lord of Paradise
He bound them in his sheaves."
Stop! Look! Listen! Well what is it
Franklin is still alive. Mr. Jno. T.
Gentry aWeiuled services at Kirkland
Sunday, also Mrs. John Deals and
daughter, and Miss Hattie P. Staruos.
There has been a few new cases of
"Flu" reported here recently among
the Negroes and whites also a tow
deaths. The people of this community
have been kept busy quite a bit gal bor
ing in their rrops and killing hogs.
Messrs H. D. Ewlng and C. Hodges
of the city were the guest of Mr. Jno.
T. Gentry, Sunday morning. Mr. anil
Mrs. Chas. Crowder has returned to
Chicago, also Mr. Yarbrough, after a
short visit. Mr. Eugene Johnson of
Chicago is visiting his parents'. Mrs,
Laura (Talley) Crowder has been in
a few days, is nw convalescent. Mrs.
Jno. T. Gentry stopped over a few days
to see her husband and children last
week but is back on duty again.
Misses Mable Reynolds, Mattie M.
Johnson, Annie L. Mittie, A. and
Sophionia Gentry spent Thanksgiving
evening with M.r3. M. Starnes and
daughter, Hattie P. Mr. and Mrs.
Turner Hadley were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Gentry. Littlye Gertrude and
Jessie Mai Centry spent Sunday even
ing with Elizabeth Waddy. Mrs. Jno
Gentry was the guest of Mesdames L.
T. and Henry Gibson, Thursday last.
Mr. Samuel White was the guest of
Messrs Edward and James M. Gentry
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Patton
spent Sunday with our new neighbor,
Rev. and Mrs. P. McEwen. I guess
old Santa Glaus has begun to got quite
busy as Christmas is right over the
fence. Mr. and Mrs. Will Crowder
made a flying trip to town Saturday.
Read the Globe and get the news. Mr.
Jno. T. Gentry has been busy recent
ly making molasses. Mrs. Turner
Thompson and children spent Saturday
night with Mrs. Richard Locke. Mrs.
Wiley Scruggs and son, Sam T. of
Indianapolis, Ind., are here where she
will visit friends and relatives dur
ing the molidays. Miss Georgie A.
Gipson of this city visited her sister,
Mrs. Joseph Parks of Nashville,
Thanksgiving. She reported having
a nice time. Madam M. L. Thompson
of Louisville, Ky., is en route home
to bet with friends and relatives dur
ing the holidays.
Dr. W. H. Allison and son Willis
Porter Allison were in the city last
week, having been called here on ac
count of the death of John T. Allison.
FIRST QUARTERLY CONFERENCE
ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH.
' Sunday, Dec. 15th, 1918, Rev. M. E.
Jackson, pastor of Campbell's Chapel,
Pulaski, Tenn., will preach at 11 a. m.
Rev. G. L. Jackson, the presiding el
der, will preach at 7:30 p. m. At this
service the Lord's Supper will be ad
ministered. " Business meeting Tuesday night at
8 o'clock. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all to attend these services.
; . .
The Stewardess' Alliance will meet
at St. James A. -M. E. Church Friday,
Dec. 20, at 3 p. m. Rev. W. H. Ogle-
Rev. and Mrs. Smith and son, Col'
welll are expecting to spend the holl
days in Chicago and Evansville, lnd.
Miss Myrla D. Liggett who has been
very low with pneumonia is some bet
ter at this writing. Mrs. Matilda Cook
and Miss Ida Yowell of Detroit Men
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hen
derson Davis last week. Miss Elmyria
Liggett of Nashville Is the guest of
her mother, Mrs. Annie Liggett. Tues
day evening from 8 to 11 Miss Rlch
ardene Davis entertained a number of
her friends. Mrs. Hurt presided at
the piano. Rev. Jefferson of the A.
series of meetings beginning Monday
night, Nov. 25, Rev. Wade of the M.
E. Church presiding, Tuesday night
Nov. 26. Rev. Mack of the Cumber
land Presbyterian church preached,
and on Wednesday night, Rev. Smith
of the Baptist Church preached Thurs
day Nov. 27th at 2 o'clock. Rev. Jef
ferson filled the pulpit, preaching to a
M. E. Church held a Thanksgiving
crowded house. The United War work
Campaign with Rev. E. M. Smith Dis
trict Chairman with the following
Dallas, Tex. After reaching the
high water mark tor religious, edu
cational eiiorts by putting on a half
million dollar campaign, the Baptist
General Convention of Texas ad
journed here Sunday. More than
two hundred iitty thousand dollars
was raised for conventional purposes,
forty-one thousand of this being for
education and one hundred seventy-
one thousand for Home and Foreign
Missions. It is stated here that the
largest bulk ot linancial work ever
reported resulted in the convention
that held its sessions at the Jit. Hose 1
liaptist Church on Crowdes Street.
The convention opeiA'l with an ex
cellent program. The masterly ad
dress of Rev. L. L. Campbell, D. 1).,
who has presided over the body for a
number ot years dealt practically
upon ev. "jy phase ?i the racial
achievcufeuts ami developments. His
was a patriotic utterance. He paid
high tribute to the work of the Ne
gro as a soldier, sailor and citizen.
On Wednesday night at the magnifi
cent opening, his Honor, the Mayor,
and a number of distinguished white ;
citizens addressed the audience. The
report of the various hoards, to
gether with the Hoard ot Directors,
entertained the convention at its
various sessions and showed the con
structive ideas prevailing through-1
out the state of Texas under the lead-
most thoroughly organized state con
vention among Baptists in the United
States. Quite a number of distin
guished national characters wore in
attendance. Notable among them
were Rev. Edw. 1. Jones, D. D., pres
ident of the National Uaptist Conven
tion, who spoke on Friday afternoon;
Rev. Henry Allen Boyd, of Nashville,
Tenn., secretary of the Sunday School
Congress Movement, who delivered a
special address before tho magnificent
audience Friday night; Rev. F. 11.
Cook, D. D., representing the Pro
gressive Baptist Convention of Ark
ansas; Mr. A. G. Price, in charge ot
the National Exhibits from the Na
tional Baptist Publishing Board and
Sunday School Department; Rev.
Wm. Hicks, D. D., the National In
structor who hold services each
morning and who conducted the Bap
tist institute; Prof. H. B. P. Johnson,
the National chorister.
A new epoch in religious affairs
insofar as Negroes are concerned was
made on the afternoon that the half
million dollar drive was opened,
which followed a splendid speech de
livered by Mr. L. Wolfe, president of
the Texas white Baptist Convention
and chairman of the Democratic Exe
cutive Committee, who when he had
finished a masterly address gave live
hundred dollars towards religious ed
ucation In the state. He was fol
lowed by Dr. J. B. Tidwell, of Baylor
University, who spoke for nearly an
hour on the advantages of religious
educational training. Then Dr. O.
L. Hailey of the Southern Baptist
Convention, with a number of others
was introduced. It was announced
during the sessions on Friday , that
the white. Baptist ministers would
throw open the doors of their church
es Sunday and that they desired that
the convention send them speakers
for the morning hour, and that Dr.
Truitt s church, the most magnificent I
church edifice in Dallas, would be the
scene of the mammoth mass meeting
on Sunday afternoon, where one hun
dred fifty select voices under the na
tional chorister, would be heard
singing the national Jubilee songs as
prepared and sent out at the National
Baptist Publishing Board at Nash
ville. The convention went on record
as pledging continued support to the
great Theological and Training Sem
inary which was purchased at cost of
twenty-five thousand dollars and lo
cated at Nashville. They cheered to
an echo the telegraphic reports from
the rally pulled off at Nashville in
the Interest of the school. It was
stated In the convention that the
complete transfer had been made and
the property turned over to the
trustees. All the old officers ot the
convention were re-elected and the
commute on time and place recom-
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and be convinced. Send So
lur full sie box. If you wish tf
ue an agent senJ 1 atd
we wili nd you a full supply
that )ou cop Ugin work whh it
once; also agents' ttms Send
all money b Money Order t
P.O. Box 812
Greensboro, N. C.
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1 t?. '.f Iff I M
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K-" n I i . it
Do your hit
Eat Corn meal musk
Oatmeal- Corn flakgs -Hominy
and rice with
milk. Eat no. wheat, cereals
Leave nothing on. your plate.
UNITKO STATES FOOD ADMINISTRATIS
1 m-tiz-1 A
at lleau'moht. Dr. L. L. Campbell,
the president, and Mr. David T. Shel-
tnn tho aonrptnrv nf thA AnnvPntlOn.
mended that the next session be held i with the trustees and the members uf
the various "boards received commen
dation fr.im the messengers of the
several churches for the result ot the
live wire In their midst again.