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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 27, 1918.
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't lr "FREE SAMPLE'
Hair ltriaai Saaalire
PaaJa tttttnta ti Srit
5000 AGENTS WANTED
Guaranteed to grow hair or money refounded
IVnipi ail, nwilclirii: Gfrmiiif,
'Irlt iai. Khnriau Hair tiruwrr
lihudao llroaxiua ujl
iJon't wait until vour ,
cold develops Spanish j
Iniluciiza cr jvLi::no:.iia. j
Kill it quick. I
CASCARA-fe' OUiNINE !
Sfandnrd ccld rrrnft4- for yer.-"! in tnMr-t
in 24 hours velu'v-.v u:iu in j ti..ys. Tvlmicy (
back if it fills. The genuine t . l.ti's. a fcd top
with Mr. Hill's picture. A'l A.l Jru" i:i:in-!..
A unirpie .Au revolr wis tendered
Mrs. A. A. Carter at the well ap
pointed home of Mrs. 1'hyHis Lowe,
l'residtnt of tho eDaennoss ollard,
2ri()(i Jeffersim street, Sunday. Decein
ber 22nd', from 3 to 6 o'clock. The
deaconess board regretci very much to
lose one of their members in the
person of Mrs. A. A. Carter who is
to reside in Clevelrrfl. Ohio, for the
future Best wishes and regrets were
expifssed .by the presidents of the
vaii'ius boards and lriendfi. Mrs.
Madeline C:irter-Ha.vluns entertained
those present by ringing' several
bountiful selections. iMrs. Hawkins
is a prima donna of note, also thn
daughter of Mrs. A. A. Carter. A de
licious ice course was served.
The following ladle:, were present,
'members of the Deaconess Hoard:
Mosdnmes Loi.e, Car'J.r, Thompson,
Ilostic. ICiclis, Porter, and Woodruff.
Visitors, Metlaems I'illnv, Moore,
'Hue', er, Struts, Brooks. Sandsnn,
Cromer, Baler, Moore, Williams, Ilaw
l:i:is and Mis.: Oiara Louhe Lowe.
f Kliuvea CATAII U H
A Home Cure Given By
. One Who Had It
In the 6pr1n(5 of 1S1U I ns nt
tacked by ftluHcular nd InflamnKi
tory Khmimaiwm. I suffered us .nly
those who have it know, for over Uweo
years. I trlpd remedy after riaiicoy.
And doctor after doctor, but su.'ii riv
lief a! I received was only temporary.
Finally. I found a remedy tint euri'd
me completely, aud It has never re
turned. I have Kiven it to u number
who werfl terribly afilieied au.l even
bcdri'lilen with lilieuiuiiiisiu. and it
effected a cure hi every ease.
I want every sufferer from any forni
Of rheumatic trouble to try this mar
velous healing power. Don't, send A
cent; simply mail your name and ad
dress and 1 will send It free to try.
After you have used It and it has
proven Itself to be that lnns-lookcd-for
means of curing your rheumatism, you
may send the price of it, one dollar,
but understand, 1 do not want your
money unless you are perfectly satis
fied to send It. Isn't that fair Why
uffer any longer when positive relief
Is thus offered you free. Don't delay.
Mark IT. Jackson, No. 482E Gurnev
Bldg.. Syracuse, N. Y.
Mr. Jackson is rteponjible. Abort itatemsnttnia
Br Usltlff Htrotln Pnmaila TTnlp Tlntttlnir.
vblch li dcllgliLTully perfumed anil rally
tho best prepantlnn mailo fur prndurlnir
lieiutirul, Kit, allkr, BtralEht, Iouk (lulTy
hmr Just tin kind ou want. Herolln
reeds the scalp aud makes kinky, napuy,
short, slubUira hnir so toft, lonj and lus
trous that you can easily hand la It and
put It up In any style. It Is your natural
right to hate flue, lovely hair, and Herolln.
offers you a clinnee. Take it hut don't
be fooled Into seltiiur snrlhlni else Uian
It makes short hair (row lnnr and heautl
(id, amps iirhlns scalp Snd dandruff.
SENT R fAtlt "V
FOR CeniS MAIL
Berolln Ml. Co., Atlanta, On.
ARFNTC wo ,m "n woman.
ilUtlllO v malt, l)U s Uberal oiler
snd show you bow to make money fast
I F Wr S 1 1lIIto 1 THE mi INDIA Hi. G OWE!
mWfm ,l-lSlJU.rtr -n 4.
Thin unlit hrruirt ntnuchteninr romb rlth rtra h:. 3 K 4 fx
tiiiek, fully tfi.nnHiU-eX i-i tli.--:,t n.iHl.'. rrnt him-mI 1 i r 1 I?
fur $1.10. Idwnuy rnvmeil iXnotBliiitiu:Ujry. ifl .V-V 'Vffi : 1
MiilB POSTPAID $1.10 I A
Bold at mruflehlre8, pHrw: halrneti, eotnbt, 3 .3
Lmnhr). (oilat riicle. etc, ' i'-'tr X' 'i"
SondSc. irUmpforbtHjltliie Asmitfl Wanted 9 rti,'",' Nt? W
FU MANIA HAIR COMPANY I i
aa DUANB STREET HfcW YORK CITY m Nfl
tthnn srrlHnir fnrniHnn nam nt thin non fl W
I wka trvatia'
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Madam Urnnir I'atr lihnriao, I'rra.
511 111 Ava., S. Nashville Trua.
A LETTER FROM FRANCE.
My Darling Mother:
Today 1 feel all tired out, have
been Wiilk!"g po much, but of course
1 am not too tired to write to you. j
First, we are on a furlough at a
big summer resort, and, believe me, h
wo are having the time of our lives..
V.'Jien .we got off our itrain we were
taken to a big hotel where we hud
dinner, after which wo .were at lib-,
city to go where we wanted to. We'
went to the Y. M. C. A., one of the'
most beautiful places you ever saw.!
Alter il'.nper went to a eond movie j
sliow- in the "Y". The next day we
took a hike over the beautiful moim-l
tain which I could never begin to J
tell you about. We went on one
mountain that was five thousand feet j
above the city, and on tiop stands fl
little stone cast'.e built i'.i 1.145 1
wish you could see t. The next day
we went to a church which was bull'
in 1 r.;lS. Xe walked on n road that
Napoleon led his army over. It'i per
fectly wonderful to see and to go to
Well, jo.i can see that I am O. K
This doesn't begin my whole story,
but just a little.
How i.i mother- dear, and "Dad?"
I hope they are all right as usual.
My friend boys send love to both.
Kspech'ly Fred Fuller, Gray and my
first i-'ergeiint Colbert. Much love to
Y i'ir ''ivlr g s ui,
COUP. l'T'ED SEARCY.
WK SI'LL Tilli l AM II
Kuv anil Sell Itf al llate I nilil Mid
Repair H ir-i s, Sei ure I emiaiitK uiul
C.nllert Itenliils. Iiiiirnve ami Iti'iliem
1'niprrly. Iprms i.i nil. ( all 1111
UN lie fur (iii't( rlsrv lure.
THE SIAR hEALTY & InVEbTKENT CO.
( I iienrp:,riiietl )
I''il''s S:i vi nsis Hiink
& Trusi Co. I.tiililinfi
I'llON M ,N 2-,.VI
USE REGIMLL COCOA BALM
America's Creahst Csit Crowct
CLl IHE BESI
yeara rf experi
hns succeeded in
cr t.mt has no
rqur.li It cleans
rutJ. t'ors itch
latr. facds the
rorts of (lie hair,
born hair prow
Ions, ft ralu ht,
Civo it a lrl-1, cr.a 1--.3 vi cnnvlncs yo'i of
1 s snoernr merr.:3. Cocci i;a:m hut;
LZZUS vhcre a'.l others 1A1L. Sold on a
Money Cact: nisariten. S'nd 25c to-day
aad get a box or i..ia vonderiul Mnir Grower.
ACZNT3 WANTED EVCRYV.'HERE
1C1 Bell Street Atlanta, Ga
full Growth oi
hair. Will also
tality and the
Beauty of the Hair. If Your Hair
Is Dry and Wiry Try
EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
If you are bothered with falling
HJr, Dandruff, flthlmg Scalp, or
any Hair 1 rouble, we want yon U
try a ar of East India Hair (rewtr. Ihe hemtiiy
contains medical propenhs that go to tl.e rots
of the hair, stimulate the skla, helping nature to
do Its work. Leaves the hair sott and iiSiy. Per
fumed with a b Im of a tliinisaiid tlowers. Ihe
best known remedy tor Heavy and Beautiful Black
Eyebrows; also restores dray hatf to its IVatuial
Color. Can be used witn Hot Iron fur Straiohtfnit.g.
Price, Sent by Mall, 90o. tdc intra tir luUtS.
Ail- N'lS" OI THT.
I Hair 6riiv.tr. I lei till Oil, I SneniHO. I Piinlra Oil,
I fact Cietm snd Dlncliui Icr seiilni, kX.Ut..
2Sc xu g lot fiulage.
S. II. I.) NS. dene rat Asot,
3)4 Kasl Second hi.
OKLAHOMA (UH, t hl-AtitMA.
I 10. tAIJUICI lS,8(t
KA , . -7 ;iJ
TABERNACLE EAPTiST CHURCH '
cunnay rcnool opened at 9:3') a.
n. AtteChVince of eochors and
niliomrs Rood. The Sunday gchiml
will have its Xnias tree aud Canta
ta Monday night. December 3uthi
Mir, Ophelia Morton, assisted by
Mis ISettie Sinnn:..;, hae been un-
iinn? In their efforts la trainin
children for t.his affair
- .vsuiu IIII.Ul 4CiM I! N. i N C I I'll III Ck
I UaC.' d Is ' ica "it E'nNVarrca County Wednesday morn-
I tiful music that will be rendered.
Grand indeed were tho services
Sunday at the Tabernacle Baptist
; Church. A powerful sermon was do-
livered at each service by the pas
tor. We are glad to see so many of
i the members rilling the pew s at 'each
service, this year's atttndance bcinsr
unmsually good. Wo are a'n plad to
I'ave the many friends and visitors
that attend our serviies and d now
as heretofore extend you a hearty
welcome. Wo are now rearing anoth
er mile post Looking backward
throug-'i a year that has lien fraught
with many disasters, sickness, death,
heartaches, sorrow or nil kinds Yet
(lev pile till the turmoil we have pass
ed throu'.', we have ever felt the pres
.ence of a livin", Father who has kept
and prospered us. We have so much
to thank him for. We thank Mm for
the souls he has given ns this year.
WV thank him for titling the vacan
cies made in our church by death,
migni'hv, and war. :iiul also for tli
financial st.'':siics of our church. And
we again thank 1 ini for our belove :
and venerable pasi ir that he has cho
sen for our leader. All the organiza
tion,!: of the church are ulivo. Kach
doing bis or her mirt to suiir.ort the
church in is many obligations. W-l
are looking forward wi'h intivi to d
g. cater things for the Mas:er than
ever befare. ashing and desiring the
prayers of the Christian family.
XMAS PURSE. j
True to its usual custom. Taherna-;
cle Baptist: Church, 'through Mrs. Bet
tie KucKer presented teihr pastor an;
Xmns I'nt'se. This movement' was !
Pis formerly under t"h auspices of tt o
Auxiliary cf the Church. Circle No.!
1, Mrs. O. Morton chairman, raised
$S.3."i; Circle No. 2, Mrs. K Kvans,
Chairman, $10.21; Circle No. 4, Mrs.
B. Gordon, chairman, ?.3.2."i; Circle
No. 5, Mrs. (). Beach, chairman, 5'5. !:!:
No. (I, Mrs. L. Aiiego, cliairman $S.ll;
Private .Vathan Charlton i f Co K
writes his nio'het' a voy int crest
h'tier l'reiii Franen lie says he 1
well anil seems to liko it tlery Mr.
(iiaiiton Is one of o.ir o v l 1-o.vs an 1
his many fri: nils nr.' r.iiims! a vai'
ini; his home co'nini;. His f a-en's.
Mr. nn I Mrs (iiuiito.i, are o'tl. h'r.hly
cspecte.l citizens of Fouth Naslv 1 e
I'is father was a unio:i sol licr ii the.
Pastor's Aid, Mrs. P. llard'rfr. J!).S2
Punil'iy Sclicol, II. Morwnn Sup:
Sl.l.on; literary ( luh. R Tlionns.i
President, ?1 r..(T. : I!. Y. I. P., Mrs.
P. Kucher, pres'den:, $l2.:in.' Mrs.
Rue! or in preseu'iin,!: the puive, vole
el the FcnPnicnt of t.1 e mfiiihers
when she in a sincere and ve-y
tjucMni; inarfer made tie i'oiowiac
remarks prcecditii; the pros' ntalion
of tile pnrsj vv.'iiiii contained ?11!I.17
to Nov. II. M. Hums.
Another twelve months is ahout to
pas and we as trenihenr cf the Tah
crnaiie Hiptlst Church, lwvo profit
ed liv your ailmi.nistraticn.. Vuo have
prpalh- end nred yourself t-i us by
your tileasantness, your amiahle cliar
pcter, your earnest devotion to dutv.
Ptid the hearty i-ferest: you manifest
m oer welfare .."s a people. At Ihe
si'cved d.-s'- you have faitlii'uily al
ocn'p voite rel'irion and ours, hnv
irp wisely wa'tici rr r,a"in t'ie evil
that heel us in our every d.iv life
mi crnestly i-'eadlnar villi ns to seek
a'tr e "-roost lvappin ss in i aths 'of
ri-iieoiiriiesii. In our ohmes you
! nve 1 efi'i oiir sincere syninnthi.in -.
cern ptlor mi fiend. In our hour
cf pain, you htive t'pol;ri-i rentle and
sn-ihlnc; words ti oour tranhlcd heart -mil
In nil th'tiTi you have provpd
yonrsel:' our edVicnt nnd loviiifr pas
'tor In behalf of thn Tabernaclo Bap
tist OhurciH I take preat pleisure in
liresentlntr to you this purse, as a
tci'ien of our nuntual admiration and
esteem for yourself and our pratl
tude for your labor in our behalf. 1
ask you, dear pastor, tm accept it p.s
freely as "we offer. We sincerely
wish many years o fhappiness for
you and yours.
i : 1
; it: M
1 V- '
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY CITY ot Kminett J. Scott as Special Assis
UNION. j taut to the Seiretary ot War is one
The Womb's Missimary City Un-'? outstanding' features of : the Par
ion will hold its nuarteriv meeting lci(1'ations oi the Colored American
fit the 3It Olive Baptist Church, Fri- ,n h 'f 1,M:h 19 n,f. approaching
day, January 3rd, 1919. at 2:30 p. m. a t-r.uniphant close, with democrac,
Al local auxiliaries are expected to wllrass"r?d for many of the oppress
represent. OflLcers . for the ensuing ."f1" J lhf , tl ,
year will be fleeted As IW.rA meet-1, Mr' S1 has 1ust "nPilil,oa tlle fll;st
ing will he the starting point V our f a'Hof ur satWactory admin
new year's work, it Is hoped that all t if""" a then 8.reat trUBt r??fert ln.
missionary workers will, be present ft ?n ' ' ? representative of
full of eu thuslasm.. ideas anA uian. H,e 12.?00,OOJ colored c tizena ot th s
that we mav he en'nhiflrt to do mnra
and hottm- work fnr th m. in
tlhe New Year
H. M. Burns, President.
A. V. Marshall, Secretary1.
NEGRO PUBLIC libra rv
NEGRO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Funday. Dec. 29. nt S-Sfl n m tho
Dramatic Club will present the ar
rival of. the Shenherds and the Wise
Men, ln Dintomlne. Thero will ha
- - " ...
jrood music and irood stories. Start
cne new year jlght by reading " gool fectlvelv set at rest br a recent iet
bookg i .Good books arc at the library, ter, written to Mr. Scott by the Hon.
MALCOLM WOOD RETU RN S. '
Mr. Malcolm R. Wood, son of G. R.
fu:d Masvu Wouii cf Warren County,
and a graduate of Pearl High School,
has Just returned from Camp Slier-
man. Oliio. He is stopping with bis
brother S. H. Wood, of 21 MTharf
A VA tt'llprA Ilia ni inr a,.,..'.1 f.l., ,!..'
- - - . ..... (...... v.ivWi
and classmates called to see him.
T,,. .- n i i ... I... ..
J . I Oil f.ltlll 111 I" UMIH I I"-
, .... ....
ltev. Wm. C. Cheer'
tho First Baptist Church of Mur -
frees boro lias secured ltev. C.
Wa.: hiiitTton of (H-anibiing. La., to
preach for that church all day Sun
day, January 1st., bi ing the first Sun
day. liev. Washington is connected iit'i
the National Baptist' Publishing Board
nt Nashvli;..', and is destined to be
an iloquert speaker.
The church and public are invited
to ohar him at 11 a. m., aud 7 p. m
TI1K STCDENT DIVISION OF THE
CNiTKD WAR WORK CX.MPAIGN '
MAKK FINE SHOWING.
Of the vr.any fine things that came j
out of the recent campaign in the I
interest of tho Cnited War Work i
Campaign, is the most excellent j
showing of the Student Division !
among .Negroes. The Southeastern ;
Division was under ihe direction of.
I.. K. Graves. North Carolina was in !
charge of Prof. .1. E. Aggrey and j
Georgia was in charge of J. 11. Wat- j
son, Intcr-ialioniil Secretary of tho Y.
M. C. A. The following is the renort
thus fir received accardin:
in this Division:
; to states
Mon ho;ise College J l.VtT.nO
Spcllman Seminary lSTii.OO
Atlanta liiiversity limi.ii'i
Clark I'niversitv 5,111.00
Morris P.rown I'niversitv. 4115.00
Gammon Theologic:.l Semi
Anuriciis Institute 200.011
Aliiany State School I'oO.OO
Smith Memorial College.. 150.00
Friendship N. and I. School 150.00
Ft. Valley II. 11 ml I School 125.00
Ballard Normal Scholl . . . 20.00
St. Augustine N. and I.
A. and T. Collece ... . ' ' .
l no. no
4 50.00 I
1 Mary Potter School
High Point- N. and 1.
National Tr lining School.
t'0'i Oil '
1 00.00 !
nil I. Ins. .
N. and Institute
.1 M. C illi
li'O . i . : i
1 1 en
5 : 1 ' ) . 1 1 ' i
1 I'll. O.i
4 l.o i
."Pi: ton Colle"'. .
I.iilie lire'. Siilool . .
i: .': 'o;':a: 1 s-'chool
( r'e: vile I. Collrae
Uiilespk' institute . .
. and I. Colle-y.' ... . , .
1 ooil. no
I! ever V illi uas liiivc
K:,.iviP'j C ile.'e . . .
$ 5 1 Ta 9.00
A I. A HAM A
I Tuskeee S
1 "ill. 0 0
"' 4.1. oi)
A. and M. College
Lincoln N. nnd I. Institue
St. sM.irkj Ac iilcniy
Central Alabama I. School.
.M:)iiti-.)ii!eiy State Normal.
Ceiiterville Iud. Schaol . .
Knox Ac idem
Kilwanl V.'at. rs Colle.!;.'! . .
l.i.t; tona ludasUial School
Coakm in lie t.uue
iio;. lua iloi.ie
S3 2. 00
GOTT TO REMAIN AT
iocretary Eaker Points Out That
Problems of Future Arc as Numer
ous and Perplexing as Those of Act
ual Warfare Urges Continuation of
Service of His Able and Efficient
Special Assistant Glowing Tribute
of Helpfulness Paid by George Creel
Chairman of Committee on Public
By R, W. Thompson.
Washiniton, D. C Dec. 21. The
SUicess that has ntteniled the lnhrnu
Public lo 13 conceded upon
6I(le3- anl y both races, that
oiuso, anu uje uuiu raves, cnai cue
I practical results achfeved by Mr
I Scott In his partlculur and trying field
I and the intricate problems he ha
irnet and eo intelligently mastered
'amply Justify , the Secretary of War's
'dicislon to create the office."
m. e. n i r. , . ...
- Post " ms
1 1 All question as to the tenure of Mr
kii i i m o ,.
v.. ii ins uiiicq as. oucuial ASS19-
taut In the War DeDartment urn ef
Newton n Tinker sWr.iar-v of v.
who makes plain his appreciation of
tho tine services rendered by Mr.
Srott during tho iuual.ui t'.ul lie liae 1
been at his side as a helper in the
solution of some of the knottiest prob-1
'vims that the War Department, has !
been called upon to face. i
Til th.1 11 mi '11 11 ?i 1. aHnn rufni o,l ti ,
. ninuinfH :vi-..t.. J
'Secretary linker expressed the hope
iv.i 1 in i, - .,;i,i f.. i-
...l.fc .1. , I. I.WCTIIJIU 1FI .111. GIU11
to continue his work in tha War De-;
purtment through, the period of tifo i
ileuiuliilization i,f the troops. Tho I
Secretary cf War took the view that
'ho problems atnal of us are' just as
.n,in,Prou - s a'ul le.plexing s those
iuu nave u'-o.i ueait wit a uunu; the
Dr. C. V. Roman of this city who
was here for the holidays with his
f. mile, but who has for tho past few '
months been giving bis time u the
War Department, doing ;i..-;.,i work
i'i st. tmiiing out certain di. cs in
the various cuitonmeiHs and in the
p.'St y.'. r, iiml indicate. I thai .t would
he most lielpiiil 10 all conci n d if he
voald ii..ve .nr. Scott's conLn .id coi'ii
sii i!ii,i ai'.i.-e ia conneciui wi.li Uie
in' 01 1 lit 'lucslions that are liiiuii I 10
arise in the adjustment of the issues
j : ill.; injure.
Clewing Tribute Paid by Director of
LOinmittue on Public luforn.ation.
. further testimonial of the wortli
and' lar-reai hin;; elieit, of too work;
tu.. I lias In 0.1 carded 01 by Ihe S,".'
ia. As-is'. nt (m.ius lioiii Mr. (.10.
ir.el, ciiaiiiuaii nf the ( ommiltc" 01!
111 oc I ilie ioatiou, in conjiin ; ion I
v.iih who. 11 Mr. Scott has kept.
country lull,- informs d as to the re-
l.i'i of tin: loloie.l people 111 ta.' i
i.i. a. 1 s i a,,. ni'ies t aal lia 1. e.i 1 11- 1
' a 1 ,. .11 tie; v,ia..in ; id' ihe war. All', j
j 1 r letter, wh.i li .ixplains nscf, j
is here given:
oumiitti e 0:1 Public In iinu 1- 1
v. a shin . ton, 1 1. C, 1
Nov. 27, 1D1S.
r.lie'.l ,). Scot!,
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l:.e iai..-e oi' Xal.oil.i
ii.il A.. ..-la,!, i.i ill.'
oar. n ii,i sp",ihe d
the i.iu.'al.' of ih c.d
o! the ( ail. I :-.rt ,
chained a u lical" t :
ti n. the iery 1 i.i; In
and the very erca.'
.Mini' jieopl.- and hi ;
I ca.i 1 1 ill til . iil- sa,
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lation has been more' lo. ,u n,.,n ii,,
i ( op;.- o:' J o"i' l ae ' . . o, t ... ..,.
of tile . Iri'ir.t h of the lar p i o , i '
oi' Ameriia h is proei e.le i fro a
.'iiurafre and devo tioii in the coin el
pi'iiole. Jaiiev mo,
Very sin. creiy,
(S'.s.- e i I tjco Cr. el,
ady Growth of Bureau the
tat Proof of Usi'.ihuss.
; i'i ml of i!i
tin1 oM'ee i
i ih'1 Hp
ll id i on i i
in ; u (initio.--,
i i oil Assi t i.i
he K'V.-i'lirv (li . ar i.i lo,ni,l
.-.it a iy fu t h of th.. ih a i i a
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Sdcl'on of the Ofllce ot the Jiid-,'e Ad
vocata Ctnenl 01' the Army. Because
of the fait that the Bureau's manifold
activitiej touch every conceivable
branch of the military establishmuiit
and deal so vitally with every phase
of the welfare ot the 12,000 000 col
ored Americans I h-ou ;ho it tho coun
try, the 'office of the Special Assistant
hts become a veritable "Mecca" at
the nation's apital and it is vlsltad
daily by scores pf the moat repreen
tative mn and owmen from every
State ln the Uaion.
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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 011 a money-back guarantee, only 15c
(stamps or coin) ent by mail, or if you send $1 for four boxes
of Black and White Ointment, a 2."c cake of Black and White
Soap included free. Address Plough Chemical Co., Dept. M.,
age::-:" ttake an easy Lrvn:v ;
representing us. A..l for territory and special deal. Black
and White Oiittmem j.-.'cvid.'-s u chance for you to uvkc an easv
living and a good liv:'u'. V; ( m ei icnce required. Writs today
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