.2' NASI'.tylLLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 20, 1918.
I Special Vaudeville
I CHRISTMAS DAY
Writ lor "PrMM-ple"
Hair Ureaira Saapliee
Kaaaaa Uiploaia ia baat
5000 AGENTS WANTED
Guaranteed to grow hair or money relounded
Aatonicbn-l Trader Scbcol
Nashville, Tenn., (Special) Enter
prising citizens of this city have ar
ranged for the opening of an automo
bile and tractor school that will serve
the entire country. There Is to be In
cor.ection with this school an. Instruc
tion department fjr colored. It will
operate under a Mate charter and will
have as Its purpose the offering to the
colored men a thorough-practical
training In the repair, care an dopera-
tion of automobiles and tractors. In
adition to the school proper, testing
grounds are being arranged for use
that a practical training In the opera
tion or the tractor and automobile
may be had by the student body.
There will also bea tractor shop train
ing department. The promoters de
Clare that the tuition of the school
will be moderate and In the students'
self help department the student may
obtain aposition during the day so
thathe can take up the evening class
es of Instruction. Thus he can earn
wages while learning his profession.
The school Is about ready for enroll
ment of students for a short eight
weeks' course and a diploma Is is
sued upon the completion of the same.
A deal of printed matter giving full
information of the school is ready to
be sent out.
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MRS. MARY C. COOPER,
The daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. H.
Clark of this city.
Trm pie oil, ftwllr.hrs: German,
'Irtt iur, Itlititiao Hairlirownr
Kliudau Pre sh jut jl
Ithod o Till cjif
Madam lltNai I'atr Iflintlno, I'rrs.
511 10 Avi., So. Mashvillr 1riiii.
PHONE MAIN 895
TAYLOR & COMPANY
449 Fourth Ave., N.
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MHS. C. C. CARTER,
"i" A proiniueut club woman of the city.
Wllla Pearl Brooks. Jennie Wise
man and Henrietta Blackwell. Master'
John Childress, Jr., entered first.
bearln.i; the license on a silver tray.
Fullowlng was little Miss Reba
Thomas, the flower girl, gowned In
pink tulle. Then entered the matron
of honor, Mrs. Hattio Byrd, and the
groom, Mr. Wiseman. The bride
was brotmht in by the best man, Mr.
Henry Bains. Rev. II A. Alfred of
ficiated. The bride was, lovely In
Ahite satin. Her beautiful veil was
vHiight with orange blossoms. She
carried a bnquet of white carnations.
Seated nt the bridal table were the
li'He and Broom, matron of honor and
r-fst wan, Rev. and Mrs. Alfred, l'rof.
V . Greene of Ashcraft School was
master of ceremonies. Mr. A. N.
.Inlinson of thn N'anhvillo Board of
i ratio ueaiitiiuiiy outlined liielr mar. :
rieil lives for forty years. Prof, and
Mrs Neal made appropriate H-niiifk.t
wishin1,' them Codspeed a-id forty
more years of perfect wedded Miss.
The lues's n niilieteil about l.Vi oi
nio.'e, innluding nuinv from out of
town. Romo of the out- of-town
guests wore Mrs. Martha Bean, Mrs.
Anna Upscomho and son, Mr. fllios.
Lipsconibe. and Mr. .1. I). Keith of
Beans Creek. Mrs. Margaret Fan
nioti of Fayettesville. An elaborate
two course menu was served. The
large collection of sifts was both
beautiful and useful and was received
I)v Mrs. Wesley Pitts and Mrs. Oscar
We have been silent for some time,
busy, busy attending to the farm.
Kin-, (U 'M hi-. Ju'ld th sttenlioM '
of all and about the time we thought '
we would have something left in our
pockets, why the prices fell. So you j
see where we are along that line, 1
however we are trjinp to wipe our!
wcepng eyes and take fresh courage, j
itev. cuwarus nem ine nrsi yuarier
ly Conference at this place Sunday,
hud a good sermon and fair collection
for the weather. Some say. Rev.
Edwards has never given us his best.
Rev. Tally is our pastor again, well,
a change has come over him, wonder
!why? Mrs. Mary Bills who keeps
rather Indisposed, worshiped with us
Sunday. Mrs. Amanda Martin has
recovered sufficiently for her daugh
ter, Mrs. Gantt of Arkansas, to re
turn home. Mrs. Gantt Is a Jolly,
always glad to see her. She took
her niece Nellie Ezell home with her.
friendly, sensible woman and we are
Mrs. Alice Sheppard of Columbia vis
ited relatives recently and carried
her son Willie Samuel, who makes
his home with his grand father, M.
C. Buford, back with her. Mr. E.
B. Buford Is now superintendent of
the colored department of the State
Industrial School at Louisville, Ky.
The school was established in 1861
but he is the first colored man to
manage It. He Is highly pleased so
far. Mrs. Buford will be Matron
She will join her husband during the
holidays. The community and
church hate to lose her. She is
teacher of the public school here.
She holds several offices in the
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MARKET. ALL GOOD COOKS USE IT.
NASIIVILLK. ..... TGNNBS88B
RACE MEN AND WOMEN PROTECT YOUR
A Home Cure Given By
One Who Had It
In the spring of 1803 I was at
tacked by Muscular and Inflamma
tory Kheumatlara. I suffered as only
thoss who have It know, for over threo
years. I tried remedy aftor remedy,
mad doctor after doctor, but such ro
Uef as I received was only temporary.
Finally. I found a remedy that cured
me completely, and It has never re
turned. I have given it to a number
who were terribly afflicted and even
bedridden with KheumatiHm, and it
effected a cure In every case.
I want every sufferer from any form
of rheumatic trouble to try this mar
velous healing power. Don't send a
cent; simply mail 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-fnr
means of curing your rheumatism, you
may send the Dries 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 relief
Is thus offered you free. Don't delay.
Mark H. Jackson, No. 482E Gurnev
Bldg.. Syracuse, N. Y.
ill. Jaduna ia mpootibla. Abort autcmsnttraa
WE SELL THE EARTH
liny and Sell Keul Estate Ruild and
It f pair Horses. Secure Tenuauts and
Collect lientsls. Improve and Kdeni
Property. Terms In nit. Call en
os before toiug elsewhere.
THE STAR REALTY & INVESTMENT CO.
410 C Kit A It STKHKT
People's Saving Bank
& Trust Co. Building
PHON M X IN 2551
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America's Greattst Usir Grower
CH 1Mb BES1
Years of eXDeri-
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rulf. stons itch
incr, faeds the
roots of thebair,
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born hair prow-
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fur 41.10. Uoouy returned if not naiufaclory.
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VVhi-n wHtinB monHon name of thii paper
MfcjatfM in mmt Mm wiiiw
t soft.long.silky u
By u sin j Hero I In Pomnio TTnlr Dresxlnir,
which Is dellRhtfiilly perfumetl ami really
tlie best preparation mnle for producinff
beautirul, sort, ellky, 61 nl pi it, long flulTy
hair Just tho kind you want He mil n
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short, stubborn bnlr so fcift, long and lus
trous tli at you can easily hamllo It and
put It up in any style. It your natural
riffht to hart Cue, lovely hnlr, and He ml In
oilers ynu a chance. Tntte ltr-luit don't
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It makes ahnrt hair e.w long and hoitutl
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Nas'livillo, Tenn. Dec. 11, 1819.
I'resUlemt Wilson was correct in rec
ognizing no natlonaltity, no race or
creed in making up his sodection for
tilts lJeace t'ommission from the Unit
ed Suites and is the attitutde and
policy of all Americans "to foster any
interest of tine Ameriian people, was
the sense of the body of representa
tives of Hie a;.i(mal Ilaplist Conven
tion Unincorporated at i. peace con
ference here today which was pre
sided over by J. K. Wood, of Uan-
i ville, Ky. They also named E'dward
I 1'. Jones of Kvanston, 111., Harry A.
lioyd, of Nashville, Tenn. John H
l-'ranlii of Louisville, Ky., E. It. Car-
Iter, of Atlanta, Ga., J. W. liurse, of
Kansas City, iMo C. P. Jladison, of
I Norfolk, V'a., as representatives to Eo
I to France represeniiii!: eir ceiioii'
nation)! of over three million commnni
i cants and to assist President Wilson
I if possible in his work at the Peace
Conference. Among instructions giiv
1 en to this delegation by their Con
! venlion was tat at fse conference
the colonies of Africa formerly held
I'oy Germany aird Belgium be either
controlled by the United States or
Croat Britain and that religious train-1
lug be further estaibllshed among the
soldiers left over there. A quarter ol
a million dollars .was appropriated for
religious education end for t'iie fur
therance of the theological and train
ing seminary, buildings and grounds
which have already been purchased
in this city at a cost of twenty-five
thousand dollars. Attorney John
Belle Keeble, dean of Vanderbilt Law
School, delivered a.n inspiring address
berore the body tanlght on Baptist
idiculs and principles. Twenty-five
represenatives from the unlncorpor
nted, branch of the National Baptist
Convention will meet tomorrow morn
ing with twenty-five others from the
Incorporated wing of the Convention,
winh ten rppresentiatiilviiis ffom the
Southern W'hite Baptists to take up
deliberations in a peace commis
sion looking towards a better under
standing of the work of the National
NEW FIELD SECRETARY OF
HOME MISSION BOARD
The Home Mission Board of the
National Baptist Convention, unin
corporated, wishes to announce the
MRS. II. C. PARRISII,
Of Osceola, Ark., in the city for the
church, she is corresponding secre
tary of tho II. and F. District Mis
sionary Society, also doing a splendid
work for the Rod Cross and other de
duction of Rev. J. S. Dixon, of Hons-1 partmcnts pertaining to the war.
REMOVE FRECKLES, TAN, RISINGS, EUMPS, BLEMISHES ILAVI
SOFT, FAIR, BRIGHT, LIGHT SKIN BY USING BLACK
AND WHITE OINTMENT.
f' (BY MALL 25c)
Be attractive. Throw off the chains that have held you
back from prosperity and happiness that rightly belong to you
Apply Black and White Ointment (for white or colored folks)
as directed on package, to your face, neck, arms or hands.- It is
very pleasant to the skin and has the effect of bleaching dark, sal
low or blochy skin, clearing the skin of risings, bumps, pimples,
blackheads, wrinkles, tan or freckles giving you a clear, soft,
fair, bright, light complexion, making you the envy of every-
body. Black and white Ointment is alway ahead of powder,
which only covers up imperfections. Black and White Ointment
removes them. Sold on a money-back guarantee, only loo
(stamps or coin) sent by mail, or if you send $1 for four boxes
of Black and White Ointment, a 25c cake of Black and '"Whita
Soap included free. Address Plough Chemical Co., Dept. M-,
Memphis, Tenn. . , '
AGENTS MAKE AN EASY LTVTNft.
representing us. Apply for territory and special deal. . Black
and White Ointment provides a chance for you to make an easy
living and a good living. No experience required. Write today
sending 25c for a box
ton. Texas, as Field Secretary, Rev.
Dixon reported to (he Home Mission
Board at Little Hock, Ark., coming
from there to the headmiartors of tho
National Baptist Publishing Board,;
for tho purpose of starting out fori
the year's work. Ho is no stranger
to the Baptists of the country, having
for a number of years been connected
with the Convention in all of its
progressive movements. Rev. Dixon
is standing loyally by the National
Baptist Convention unincorporated
through all of its struggles and at
all times raises his voice in the de-
tense of its principles. He hails
from the grand old Lone Star State
where they are reported as doing big
things for the Master and His cause.
She and husband carry with them
not only their letters of recommenda
tion, but the best wishes for their
success for both of them have served
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tality and the
Beauty of the Hair. If Your Hair
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EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
If you are Lolhind with Falling
Hulr, Pandrutf. Itthlmg Scalp, or
any Hair Irculle.we want )o to
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oontakb medical profenks that go U tit rots
of the hair, stimuUt the sta, he ping nature to
do Us work, leaves the hairsolt tad siH). Per
luimd with a b bn of a thuisaitd I low us.. It.e
best known remedy lor Heavy and Bttutilul BUK
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frit. Sen! by Mall, 50c. )0o Ixin hi tatfie,
I Hair Gnmer, I Itc M Oil I SlidTO.ii, I PitssN ON.
I fact drum and Direction lor wHIni, k'X.Otj.
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OKLAHOMA C11Y. OKLAHOMA,
lo eviJim 4i ti.
FORTIETH WEDDING ANNI
VERSARY. Friday evening. December G, 1918,
Mr. Frank i:lackwell and Mrs.
Richard Hrooks were joint hostesses
I entertaining a large number of guests
In honor of the fortieth wedding an
niversary of their father and mother,
k : 1$ ;
JIME. BESSR PAGI RHODAO.
. .;. vi !e's Ltisiness Women.
I TOR THE
He started out immediately upon his
work and will be visiting the breth
ren of the various states. He wishes
to be granted a hearing for the work
of Kingdom building.
The Influenza is abating. The
public school will open the first Mon-1 was given him
Mrs. Leoua King and sister, Miss
Cratis Shull, spent the week-end with
parents and relatives in .(ellville,
Tenn. For the protection of our cit
izens and children the Hoard of
Mayor and Aldermen, City Hoard of
Education has ordered the closing of
all Public Schools, Churches, Sunday
Schools, .Moving Picture Shows.
Lodges, Secret Orders and all Public
gatherings in order to put a stop to
the spread of Spanish Inlluenza that
has again broken out in our vicinity.
Several new white cases are reported.
Parents and guardians will keep their
children at home. The chief of
police has been ordered to arrest all
violators of this order and carry them
before the Judge of the Police Court,
who will fine them heavily. The
order will be revoked some time in
January, if the epidemic is under ,
control. Mr. Goodrich, the Mayor, !
asked the cooperaton of all the citi
zens of Fayettevllle to help stamp
out this disease. Mrs. Fannie Ann
I Bonner has returned to Nashville,
after spending several days in Fay
ettevllle, visiting the Synod. We are
always glad to welcome Mrs. Bonner
back to her old home. Rev. Hyder,
pastor In charge of the C. P. Church,
Chattanooga, was in our city attend
ing the C. P. Synod that convened at
i Neal's Temple. He delivered two
I splendid sermons. At 11 o'clock at j
I the A. M. E. Church and at the Mt.
Izion church at night. We are al
ways glad to have such able minis
ters Dr. Edwards and wife and beau
tiful daughter of Covington, Tenn.,
were guests in the home of Miss Susio
Buchanan. Dr. Edwards made a
i wonderful talk at the C. P. Church
in a memorial meeting in memory of
the late Rev. Bell. Rev. Hyder of
Chattanooga made a strong talk on
the life of the late Rev. Cross. Rev.
Joe Bishop of Ilellfast, Tenn., Rev.
Bonner of Cold water, Tenn., all made
beautiful talks. Mr. John Buchanan
of Winchester, Tenn., wrote us that
last Thanksgiving will long be re
membered by him, somewhere in
Fayettevllle, a Thanksgiving dinner
He said tho table
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Good Money Md. We waat
tqentfcu every city andviHag
l0SellTlieKr II l
this Is a wo-
Jerful preparation. Can U sedg
lth or without straigiiieMi
end tor 25c bK -o
:5c box proves Its value. Ay
,erson that will use a 25c box
.ill be convinced. No matter
diat has faded U grw yaw
,oir. just give the tmm
ilnir ii rower a irla
nd be convinced. Send 2 So
r full sle box. If yu wish t
e an agent send I .OO Hid
we wlli send you a fuD supJy
iiat you can begin work widi at
mce; alsa agets' tufflis Sd
ih money by Money Order ta
P.O. Box 812
MRS. GEO. W. HUBBARD,
The wife of President Geo. W. Hub
'bard of Meharry Medical College.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wiseman, at the
beautiful home of Mrs. Richard
Brooks, 2302 Merry street. As thd
guests arrived they were received
and Berved frappe by the Misses
was heavily laden with all the deli
cacies of the season but he said the
best of all was Mrs. Leona King, who
served the splendid repast. We have
on our register a large number of
names who owe for the whole of this
year for the Globe. It is now a vio
lation of the law to send papers out
with news unless you pay for them,
and after receiving such Victory
Edition of the leading Negro journal
in Tennessee, as tho number of Dec.
ember 0, then fail to pay your sub
scription, you have no race pride
about you whatever. If you have a
bit, now Is the time to show your
nay in January. There were no
deaths during the last epidemic. Miss
Ellen Mitchell will spend the holi
days at Mulberry with relatives. Mr.
Charlie C. Thompson returned from
camp and spent one day in Shelby
ville. Mr. Will Burkeen and Mr.
Chui'lie have opened a new
cafe in the McGrew building. Mrs.
Thomas Hutton and her mother, Mrs.
Branch have moved to Chattanooga.
They have rented their handsome
new home. We regret very much to
lose these most excellent people from
our community. We trust that
"Some day they'll wander back
again." Mrs. Amanda Thompson has . race loyally, act quickly, act today.
been quite sick. The big Emancipa-j Mail your money at once for 191S,
tion celebration is the talk of the then commence anew. P. O. Box
day. Everybody will be here and no-I 208, address to N. M. Rhanie. Fay
body will be absent. The meeting etteville, Tenn. Miss Mattle Breggs
in the day will be at Turner College was shopping in Fayettevllle last
and at night at Mt. Zion Baptist week. She Is one of Howell, Tenn's.,
Church. Rev. J. W. E. Moore pastor
of Scott Chapel and President B. F.
Allen will be the chief speakers.
There is to be a monster parade In
which all the lodges are expected to
take part, if the day is suitable.
Sister Mitchell the evangelist from
Gallatin, was here and conducted a
successful meeting at the A. M. E.
Church. She Is a very interesting
speaker and drew large crowds at
each service. She was somewhat in
disposed while here and could not be
at her best. We were well pleased
with her and will be glad to have her
again. The Globe hereafter will be
found at W. H. Campbell's. Master
Wilson Campbell Is now the agent.
Do your hit
Eat Corn meal mush-
Oatmeal- Corn, flakes -i
Hominy and rice with-
milk Eat no wheat cereals.
Leave nothing on. your plate.
UNITED STATE FOOD A O M IX I S TH.ATI O V
young ladles and a teacher of Peters
burg, Tenn. Mr. Alex Lemoyne of
Nashville passed through here en
route to Camden, Tenn. He accepted
a splendid position with the N. C.
and St. L. It. R. Co., as meat cook.
We believe he will make good. Mrs.
Emiline Neely is still on the sick
list. The good people of Harms,
Tenn., are making great preparation
for Rev. A. E. Martin, the new pas
tor for the coming four years. We
hope hm much success on his new
field of labor. Fayettevllle people
love him too. Read the Globe and i
keep posted. Mr. Walter Clark is the help of the good Master she may i car passed over his body on railroad
still on the Bick list at this writing. Recover soon. Mr. Joe Douglass was
She has our prayers. We hope by j severely injured Wednesday, when a
near Camden. His many friends are
glad to know that bttls improving.
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