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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 10, 1917.
Says Drink Water If You Wish to Grow Fat and Plump j THIN MEN AND WOMEN Da Yau Want ta Cat Fat ni Ba Strant? The trouble with most thin folks who wish to gain weight Is that they insit on drugging thetr stomach or stuffing It with greasy foods: rubbing on useless "flesh creams," or following torn foolish physical culture stunt, while the real cause of thinness gies untouched. You cannot get fat until vour dieestive tract nnperly asslnii late the food you eat Drink a glass j of cold water four or five times a day and take the following preparation! known to reliable druggists almost j everywhere, which seemingly embodies the missing elements needed by the digestive organs to help them convert food into rich, fat-laden blood. This preparation is called tonoline, and much remarakable testimony is given aa to its successful use in flesh build ing. Tonoline which comes in the form of a small non-injurious tablet, taken at meals and mixed with the digest ing food, tends to prepare fat, flesh and muscle building elements so that the blood can readily accept and carry them to the starved portion of the body. You can readily picture the transformation that additional and previously lacking flesh making ma terial should bring to your cheeks, till ing out hollows about your neck shoulders and bust disappearing, and your taking on from 15 to 30 pounds of solid healthy flesh. Tonoline is harmless, inexpensive, efficient. All druggists have it and are authorized to refund your money if weight in crease Is not obtained as per the guar antee found in each large package. Caution: tonoline is recommended only as a flesh builder and while ex cellent results in cases of nervous in digestion, etc., have been reported, care should be taken about using it unless a gain of weight is desired. (Adv.) Rclieves CATARRH of the DLACDER Jim and all Discharges In '24HOURS I ach upnle tft tat coumtreiu. V y lolt bT ill 4rf riiia. DROPSY TREATED ONE WEEK FREE 3hort Weftthinfr relieved in a fw honra-fnollinur. water arw one mid rem vttt in a fw iay- rt ulut livr kitinrys lui-i heart. Wnte fur Fraa Trial Traatmtnt. f,. iiuv rmuiuien iivr lA-LUJM DKOl'SY KKMfcDx CU.. Dipt. ATLANTA, GA. Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Davis of Tus - were here Sunday vis Kev. and CUUU1U. At: "DID uc.o ....... - ..... .!. .!., V HraVKAT! W.V v ,T: .V r"Zl ,. tv. IV-CW f M . . . ... . . ' j t,, A - 1 !t t. itine Mrs Davis1 parents. Kev. and scarcn 01 oeuer aBea " , K'JjgW??ta5a officers and memoers or me aiate aro. rt ivmmimm, uuu . MrT G. L.' Jackaon, Lea aTO, they might secure better financial re-1 IggjaS'v rfaf', J ; EMMWlira ' 1 nn n' nnr7nnnrFP 1 mi hi ii I u I ) mm " UUDLZ3D UUUUU.UU . ill aa rm a mm mm -m n k j it vs. j a j m. m. mm ni aiiD a 111 .1 mm mi .a a.MM iuwi i iuiaBjptMTafwBBai ummuBuwmBmwmnmuuuwwumnmwmuumuMmwmummvBammmnmawmh II aBBBBBBBmjlHMBaBaa-aHiaHWaHaaiaaaaaV-aj- Maja-a-MHi I mm ra iiKu i i i ii u i r iinii ii i; The State of the United Brothers of Friendship, Dickson, Teun., Aug 2nd 1917.. -Special to the Nashville Globe. Hon. 1'. F. Hill, Grand Master of the United Brothers of Friendship, and the Sisters of the Mysterious Ten of Ten nessee, according to his previous call issued, opened the State Grand Council of said order, for the purpose of tran- MR. P. F. HILL, Grand Master. sactine the business of the 3tith ses slon of the State Grand Lodge, am! Grand Temple of Tennessee, which had been postponed by a petition from : the majority of the subordinate ! Lodges, and Temples, demanding the ! postponement on account of the war crisis. ! Grand Master Hill, on assuming the of tlie Mate liranu council, aim uiu en dowment Board in connection of its meeting. He said that under the ex- ; isting crisis of the war excitement, and ithe present exodus i of the race from - iuiu wuin, iu .'" r '. SCarcn OI IMHier wagca ill uiuw mm they might secure better nnanciai re- r Vote for a man who has been through the fire of closest investigation without injury to his good name. General Pnmy Election, Thursday Sept. 13th, -'17 Grand nstead o Lod Mysterious Ten at Dickson, Tennessee. turns from their labor performed thereby enabling them to discharge the duties in supporting their families, iu meeting their various obligations. In view of these facts, the various Lodges, and Temples had petitioned htm to postpone the 36th session of the most worthy Grand Lodge of the U. B. F. and S. M. T., of Tennessee, and call in its stead, the State Grand Council to transact all legitimate business that was necessary to be transacted, there- by diminishing the expenses that would be incurred, by having the grand lodge to convene in its regular session, send-1 ing delegates over the railroads from : various parts of Tennessee, and pay-; ing enormous board bills, that could I otherwise be avoided by means of ; economy in dispensing with the regtt-j lar meeting, and utilizing the grand council in its stead that could exer cise the legislative functions as same as the grand lodge. After the foregoing remarks by the j Grand Master, he declared the State Grand Council opened, by having the! dedicating prayer offered by Bro. J. A. j Winbush, of Rplley, Tenn. After, which, Dr. J. A. Napier, Grand Secre tary, read the call issued by the Grand Master for the meeting of the Grand Council. He also read the proceedings of the 33th grand lodge meeting held in Lexington, Tenn., all of which was, rpproved by the Grand Council, nnd the Grand Master proceeded to appoint the j follownig committees: Committee on Endoicment Report . W. L. Miller, Chairman, Prof T. E. Miller, and Dr. J. A. Napier. ilf i&.3&&mX.;-: j -r- WVTAtt:-.&E.'A;J .. .... .. nolicv that is in existence. - . LET'S ALL llf!l!!ll!!!ll!!lB!'l'lll!!lII!l!fl v Council the ession, ge Committee on Resolutions. Dr. J. A. Lester, Editor W. L. Miller, Prof. T. E. Miller. Committee on Revision of Grand Lodge Constitution and Endowment Laws. Dr. J. A. Lester, Chairman, Rev. C. C. Townsend, J. M. Delk, Prof. T. B. Miller. Prof. J. A. Wlnbush, Editor W. L. Miller. Dr. J. A. Napier. Mrs. Sarah ! E. Sneed, Grand Princess, Mrs. L. K. ; Myers, Past Grand Princess. - Committee on drand Lodge Report. Officers Prof. J. A. Winbush, Chairman, Wm. Lane, Editor V. L. Miller. At this junction, the Grand Master called the Grand Council from labor . u. Full Together 36th Grand and the Sisters of the to Test, and instructed the various com-1 mittees to take charge of the subject matter to come before them, and be ready to report at the afternoon ses sion, Aug 2nd 1917. ARTERNOON SESSION. The Grand Master, promptly called the council to order at 2 p. m. The Grand Secretary was ordered to call the roll of the grand councilmen, the following answered: P. F. Hill, Grand Master, Dr. J. A. Napier, Grand Sec retary, J. M. Delk, Grand Treasurer, Prof. T. E. Miller, Editor W. L. Mil ler, Rev. C. C. Townsend, Deputy Grand Master. The members of the Endowment Board: P. F. Hill. President. Mrs Sarah E. Sneed, Vice President, Miss i Hattie Bramlette, Endowment Secre tary, Wm. Lane, End Treasurer, Prof. J. A. Winbush, director, and Mrs. L. K. Myers director. Dr. J. A. Lester, National Knight Re corder, representing the Knights of Friendship, for the National Grand Camp. At this Juncture, the grand secretary and grand treasurer of the grand lodge, made their report, reporting the financial condition of the grand lodge, the collection of annual tax, and the disbursements. The reports after be ing read, were referred to the com mittee on grand lodge officers report. The Endowment secretary next, made her report for the fiscal year end ing July 31st, 1917. It was gleaned from her report, that more than thirty seven hundred dollars of death claims had been paid to beneficiaries of de Meeting, ceased members, since the meeting of the 35th session of the Grand Lodge at Lexlneton. in, 1916. The collections amounting to a few hundred dollars more than the disbursements. The report, showed a remarkable increase of financial collections, considering the loss of membership during the exodus MR. W. L. MILLER, Grand Representative. of the race, but this was accounted for on account of the economy that had been practiced in every department of the grand lodge office, and Endowment department by the officers in charge of the affairs of the order. The committees apponited on the var ious reports, submitted their reports. (See the reports as follows: The Report of the Committee on Re vision of the Grand Lodge Constitu tion, and Endowment Laws of the United Brothers of Friendship and the Sisters of the Mysterious Ten of the State of Tennessee. . To the Most Worthy Grand Master, officers and members of the State I :,. ,., " -." f " -' V i LMMabnaaa An Easy Way To Re duce Flesh - Drink Hat Watar an T.ka TaMaa Haven't you often wished for a medi cine to reduce your fleshT Something that does not require dieting or oaHfl thenlcs? Well right here you have It in 5 grain tassco tablets, whlca you -may secure at any drug store. They are pleasant to take, perfectly harm less and cause no restrictions, of habit or eating, and reduce the: flesh, little by little, until you are doya to the number of pounds you wish to weigh. Too much fleah is undesirable, as most quite stout people will readily admit, and It detracts from 6ne' good appearance; makes one clumsy, and short of breath. There isn't any reason why anyone ' should be too stout, when there's this much-tried perfectly satisfactory reme dy at any drug store. Tassco tablets (don't forget the name) are recom mended by physicians and are guar anteed to be perfectly harmless. Re fuse substitutes, if you can not some to our store, we will mail tassco te rou. 50c BOX FREE. - FREE TASSCO COUPON -s ' THE TASSCO CO. Boston, Mass. Send me by return mall a 66a vox of your wonderful obesity treatment. I enclose 10c in silver or stamps to help pay postage and packing. -(Adv WANTED 3 fir I vlnses printers 3 Experienced Men Only Need Appfy National Baptist Publishing Board f33 Seooud Ave.. N. NASHVILLE. :-. TENN. Grand Council, now assembled ineteai . of the State Grand Lodge in the Iflta. Annual Grand Session, we yoar com mittee who have been appointed on the supervision of laws for the sub ordinate Lodge, and State Constitution of the Grand Lodge, and Endowment laws of said order, beg leave te" re port as follows: 1. We recommend, that the En dowment law of the U. B. P. and S. M. T., of the Grand Lodge of the State, be so amended as to read that no policy be Issued to applicants lor membership in said order, for more than the maximum amount of f 100.0, on the rating bases of the present new policy as revise at this session, ap as to not conflict with the insurance taws -of Tennessee, that allows fraternal orders to issue Endowment policies te not exceed that amount without mak ing reports or being licensed kr the insurance commissioner. 2. We recommend, that the lew be amended to supplement the JSQ.Ow te be paid the beneficiaries of deceased members, by issuing to the beneficiary . a burial certificate for $50.00 In lien ot the amount, deducted from the 1W.0I policy that is in existence. 3rd. We recommend, a burial bareaw NASHVILLE r pli I i