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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1917.
increases the efficiency and
comfort of your home
The first Electric Lights SEEMED
miracles people marvelled at this harnessed
wond r from the skies.
Today, Electric Lights ARE mira
clesmiracles of soft brilliancy, of beauty and
of comfort. -
You Need Electricity
in Your Home
If your home is wired for Electricity
and you are not using Electric Light -we
have an especially interesting proposition for
If your home is not wired for Elec
tric Light yon will be astonished at the low
cost of wiring.
Let us send onr Representative to
answer all questions. You will not obligate
yourself in any way.
TELEPHONE MAIN 5000
Nashville Railway & Light Co.
weather to walk one mile every Sab
bath morning to St. Paul Church to ;
service. Mr. Neal C. Johnson, son of
Prof, and Mrs. R. O. Johnson Is quite
sick at the homeot his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Brown entertained
most beautifully last Wednesday
evening in honor of their house
guests, Mrs. Virginia Taylor and Mrs.
Mildred Johnson of -Minneapolis,
Minn., a delicious two course menu
was served. Little Miss Arnett
Davis and Master John Thomas
Lough acted waiter and waitress and
they Berved beautifully. This Is Mrs.
JTajlor's childhood home. She left
here 52 years ago. Mrs. Mary Jane
Wilks and family have moved to
Nashville- to live. Rev. vVomack,
pastor of Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church
preached at St. Paul last Sunday at
3 p. m. The occasion being a rally
for Home and Foreign Missions.
Rev. Boone is a very busy man get
ting together his conference claims.
Mrs. Ellen Irvin is in Nashville the
guest of her son, Prof. W. P. Irvin.
Mrs. Lizzie Cannon has gone to Chi
cago to reside. Mrs. Dota Merrell
has organized a knitting Club to
make suitable and needed articles
for the Columbia soldier boys. The
willing workers board met at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson
Hughes 208 E. 6th street, October
11th, 1917. After the opening of
meeting, the regular business was
taken up by the president, Miss Liz
zie Jimerson. The members and the
many visitors and among them were
the sherriff Griffln and wife were
greatly entertained by the interest
ing subject the Women's Reglstr
tion by Dr. Davis, Prof. A. S. Brown,
Rev. Dr. Boone, Mrs. Davis, Nora
WingfieUl, Nora Hardlson and Mrs.
Dora Perkins. A lovely talk was
made by the president. The num
ber represented was seventy, the
largest attendance on record of the
club. The club was then served
very beautifully by little Jamie
Hughes assisted by Eula Rainey
with a three course menu. The
house was beautifully decorated with
pot and cut flowers. Every one
went home very Jolly and seemed to
have enjoyed the evening. The club
will meet at Mr. and Mrs. John
Rainey, W. 10th street, first Thurs
day in November.
How the Race Is Affected by the High
Art-nV.t. A M' Hiatal .
N.w Earw4 kr I..m1
If the dlgMtlva organs are not prop
erly performing the work which na
ture has assigned to them, then nutri
tion, which is absolutely essential to
the recovery of other diseased parts.
Valuation of Southern Staolet The will be lacking and there can be no
War Preparation. Help to Improve j Pfrmanwit relief. When bodily nutrt.
, ... , 'ion Is normal, the stomach digests
Economic Conditions-Negro Com- ,he food the ,ood abeorbB
mercial and Financial Enterprises ries the nourishment to the different
Profiting and Creating Positions for parts of the body, causing the various
Young Men and Women of the Race !"reans to properly perform their
Improved School Attendance An
Rev. I. J. Edwards, D. D., P. E., of
the Columbia District arrived Sun
day In the afternoon In interest of tte
fourth and last quarterly conference
lor this conference year. Dr. Ed
wards was met at the station by Rev.
R. B, Flowers. Rev. G. R. Norman
was at his post of duty Sunday at 11
a. m. He chose as a Scripture les
son St. Matthew, 7th chapter, an old
time praise meeting was had at
The National Life and Acc
dent Insurance Co.
Cash Capital JIM,))).))
Life, Health and Accident
Insurance ia one Policy
Weekly and Monthly Premium
R. R. TIME TABLES.
N...G. & ST. L. RY.
(April II, 1917.)
Watt and Northwest
Paducab, St Louis,
connects (or Can- Leaves Arrival
. travilla 7:86 am 1:60 pu
Hickman, Paduoah frOt pm 1:40 pit
Wavnrly Aoco., con
nects Centravllle.5:39 pm T:4 am
"Pixie Flyer" to St.
j-ouie .. .. a 'is pm 7:66 am
Memphis & Hlukman 1:60 am 8:01 an
SOUTH AND BAST.
Chatt and Atlanta. i:ll am 1 40 an
for all branch pts. 8: JO am 6:64 pn
"Dixie Flyer" Chat
Atlanta ana Jack
sonville 11:62 am 4:46 pm
Gbatt and Bast, con.
, Sparta, Fay'tville,
, HuntsvlUe, Tracy
City S. Pitts a 30 pm 11:16 am
Tullanoma aoco. con.
(or Shelby vllle...C:C0 pm l:lt am
. Wash., Phlla., New
Tork 8:15 pm 1:16 ait
Lebanon Mixed 7:00 am
Lebanon Express ..t:00 am 2:0 pm
Lebanon Accora. ...:20 pm 5:40 prr
Lebanon Aocom. ...4:60 pm 7:46 an
Dally except Sunday. Other trains
City Ticket Office, corner Churob
street and Fourth avenue.
Phones Main 421 and Main 42. ,
Lonisville & Nashville B. R.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
(Effective 11:69 p. m. May 6, 1917.)
Louis. A Cincinnati. 3:10 am 2:44 an
Louis. & Cincinnati. 8:05 am 8:35 pm
f-nul Jir Cincinnati .8:30 Dm 7:69 an
Louisville Accom. a'l'2:06 pm 3:20 pm
Evans. A Chicago. .-8:uu pm an
Evans. & Chicago. . .'1:20 am 2:30 am
Evans. & Chicago. . .4:63 pm 11:40 am
fvans. & St Louis.. 7:4S am 8:25 pm
vans. & St. Louis.. 8:20 am 2:80 am
vans. & St. Louis. .'8:00 pm 7:49 am
Blrm. & M. Orleans. "2:&i am z:ot am
Blrm. & N. Orleans. 8:80 am 7:40 pm
Blrm. & Montgomery':u& pm :ou air
$KBh. & Deo. accom.'3:50 pm 10:10 am
Bopklnsville Acco. a6:00 pm 9:55 am
-olu'ble. A Mt. Pleas 3:50 Dm 10:10 an
Columbia & -Tuscum.,7:46 am 6:50 pm
'lash. & Clarks, Aoca !4:10 pm 8:zo am
31xle Limited discontinued.
NASHVILLE. FRANKLIN AND
night. Dr. Edwards preached an
son St. Matthew, 7th chapter. An old
Job 16:19, subject, "Behold my
witness is in heaven and my record
is on high." At the close ot the
sermon, invitation was oflered and
one come forth and united with the
church. Mr. A. J. Blackburn, made
a business trip to Mt. Pleasant Sun
day. Dr. Edwards was the invited
guest of Rev. R. B. Flowers, Sunday
night and Monday. The beautiful
home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Martin
was the scene of a beautifully plan
ned reception, Friday ot last week,
from 7 to 11 o'clock in honor of their
daughter, Miss Willie A. Martin's
birthday. The house was beautifully
decorated throughout with potted
plants, the color scheme of pink and
white being emphasized. Miss Fan
nie Martin, the sister, received the
guests at the door, she was assisted
by her cousin. Miss Hannah Woods.
The occasion was made more charm
ing by the music rendered by Miss
Lue Teanie Williams at the organ
and Misses Willie and Tamer Martin,
with their string instruments. At a
late hour the guests were Invited in
the dining hall, where covers were
laid for thirty-two. A three course
menu was served. The guests were
served from 10 to 11 o'clock. Mrs.
Bell Woods assisted Mrs. Martin and
Mr. Martin In serving. The register
was kept by Miss Rosla Martin, as
sisted by Mrs. Hattie Martin. The
birthday presents came in showers.
Those to present them, Mrs. Bell
Woods, Mrs. Hattie Martin, Misses
Misses Louise Russell, Emma Fitz
gerald, Mr. James Alex Russell, Geo.
Greenfield, George Henry Johnson
and Mr. Jefferson Russell. All ex
pressed thmeselves as spending a
delightful time. The quarterly con
ference was held Monday night. Dr.
I. J. Edwards presiding. Rev. Nor
man with his faithful officers was
ready with all reports. The con
ference closed with much success.
The presiding elder expressed him
self as being highly pleased with the
Mrs. Ella Relerford and Mrs.
Margie Word of Nashville were called
home Monday to be in attendance at
the funeral of their grandfather,
Mr. Ned Cleggett, who was called to
rest, October 21st. Father Cleggett
was 110 years old. The African
Prince gave a grand lecture at the
A. M. E. Church, October 12th. His
lecture will live long in the hearts
and minds of those who heard him.
One of the greatest attractions was
the prince Bhouting on glass. Call
again Prince Hosannah, you are wel
come. Mr. and Mrs. James Church
entertained in honor of Rev. G. R.
Norman, Sunday afternoon with a
four o'clock dinner. The house was
beautifully arranged for the occa
sion. Those to enjoy the hospitality
of Mr. and Mrs. James Church were,
Rev. G. R. Norman, who will soon
take his departure for Nashville to
be in attendance at the annual con
ference, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Russell,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hale, Mr. W. M.
Bryant of Columbia, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Watkins, Mr. John Tucker,
Mrs. L. C. George, Mr. John Collins,
Mr. Charley Church. A six course
menu was served. Miss Cristeen
Church arrived home from Nashville.
Sunday, while there she was the
house guest of Mrs. I. J. Edwards
and sister, Maud Church. Mrs. Len
nie Flowers made a business trip to
Columbia, Monday and was accom
panied by her son, Mr. John W.
Flowers. See the reporter, Mrs. A.
M. Russell and subscribe for the
Nashville Globe and read It. Mrs.
Ada Watkins left for Chicago, 111.,
Friday of last week to be the wel
come guest of her mother, Mrs.
The Boll-Weevil scare and the doubt
as to the extent ot tne exodus
prompted southern merchants and
money lenders to withdraw the usual
credits extended to colore 1 farmers.
Race planters financed themselves.
as best they could, with the conse
quence that now with cotton selling
at the highest figure known since
the Civil War, these same planters
are in receipt ot substantial income
Irom their crops and have none or
the usual bills to meet. This result,
you may be Biire, was not expected.
Our enemies forced into our hands
the very weapons needed.
The building of twenty Army Can
tonments iu the "Dixie
Nature has provided a remedy la
the Ingredients ot Argo-Phosphate,
the new herbal stomach remedy,
which is now being Introduced here.
It is purely vegetable and Its vitalis
ing, corrective and reconstructive
qualities are so pronounced that bene
ficial results are noticed from the
first day. That this Is true, it Is only
necessary to listen to the statements
made dally by local people who have
given Argo-Phosphate a fair trial and
have been benefited thereby.
It is dispensed by every druggist.
Ttt CSS t4a4MsTt
. . SKIN AMI t OMIM. i:ion
. A P
A 25c Ck Free
' IIILnitltDINA NKIN AND COMPLKXIOM SOAP
A Comploaioa HeanliU.r ,
- Beauty Culture finds in this Sosp not merely' a cleanser, but ft
positive physical Influence on-the complexion, on the pores, and on
the little blood vessels that underlie the skin an Influence hat be
gins at once and that anyone may feel and see. The secret Is
simply that Mildredina Skin and Complexion Soap helps Nature as
It contains, in concentrated form, properties which have made
It famous as a healing and soothing emollient. It will be found a
delightful shampoo soap as It cleantes and sooths the scalp It Is
best for the baby's bath, being absolutely pure. Ask your dealer for
Mildredina Toilet Articles.
Mildredina Complexion Powder is delightfully perfumnd and
tree from Injurious substance. 50 cents a box.
Mildredina Greaseless Cream, a delightfully fragrant toilet
cream, entirely free from oil or grease, and is Immediately absorbed
by the skin.
Mildredina Talcum Powder, an exquisitely perfumed antiseptic
powder, best for nursery and toilet.
Mildredina Tooth Powder, an antiseptic, anttacid, refreshingly
flavored foaming powder, that cleanses and beautifies the teeth.
Mildredina Hair Remedy makes Grandmothers look 11 ks sweet
hearts. It Restores Gray hair to Its natural color.
employment to colored labor, both
skilled and unskilled, at good wages.
Their withdrawal from normal fluids
brought about a raise of wages all
These two factors have so augment
ed the natural growth of Southern en
terprises as to create untold volume
Contrary to general credited opin
ion, the Negro is proving himself to
be thrifty, and among the first to feel
added circulation of business was the
Standard Life Insurance Company,
whose office force in their effort to
keep abreast of the tide of growing
business are now working until 9:30
every night. The average daily issue
is open to new ideas and educational
(vertures. Alrea 'y ami more pricil
cal interest in county fair exhibits
rather than amusementa i nivlrni-
Statei gave; b'ti
Nor is the u.-ap ly accredited rowdy
ism in evidence, thai has always boon
I reclaimed as the i.ievitabla attribute
M' the Negro w'i money. The wln-le
matter resolves i.Relf Into a demon
si ttlon that a.l iu Negr require
is the release from the handicap of
prejudice, and he will develop every
element essential to civilization and
progress, for, after all, the great re
sponsibility Is to save, serve and pro
vide for posterity.
The Mildred Louise Co.,
Send me by return mall two
one dollar bottles ot Mildredina
Hair Remedy, the $1.00 size, and
one-half dozen Skin and Com
plexion Soap. I have used the
hair remedy for two years and
would not be without it. My hair
is just the same color as when I
was a girl and do you know
all of my friends say that Mildre
dina is the finest soap they ever
used. Enclosed M. O. for 23.50.
MRS. M. J. BLAKE.
CUT THIS OUT
THE MILDRED LOl ISE (O .
B stea, Mass.
I have never used Mil
dredina Skin and Complex
ion Soap but if you will send
me a 25c cake free, will be
pleased to try it. I enclose
six two-cent stamps to cover
coat ot mailing, packing, etc.
WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
Memorial services were held
the M. 13. Church, Sunday evening
In memory of Rev. G. W. Marsh and
Mr. John Henry Copeland. Mr. La
prade, Worthy Grand Matron, furn
ished music for the occasion. Rev.
Rollin of Nashville filled the pulpit
Sunday and Sunday night at the
First Baptist Church, he also had
baDtism Sunday at three o'clock.
Mary and Lue Teanie Willlams.There were seven candidates for bap-
Rev. Reed preached at Locust
Grove, Sunday at 11 o'clock. Bro.
D. Alexander who professed a hope
in Christ, during the meeting, made
his first start Sunday night as a new
preacher. He faced a large congre
gation and made argood talk which
made 'the people of this place very
glad and their' prayers and desires
are that he will hold on to the staff.
Bro. D. Alexander, who la vice presi
dent of the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W.
C. A. conducted the meeting Sunday
evening, only a few members were
present but had a good meeting.
Bro. Brooks Hill and others held
prayer meeting Sunday evening. Mr.
Blrt L. Laird and Mr. Walter Davis
has returned home from Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hardy and baby,
and Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of Di
ana, took dinner with Mr. .and Mrs.
W. L. Penson. Mrs. Mattie Burgess
took dinner with Mrs. Amanda Fow
ler. Mrs. -Young Burgess and little
daughter. Ruby, spent Sunday with
her sister, Mrs. Doss Taylor near
. 4:60 pm
7:45 am ...
4:1.5 pm ...
Leaves. i Arrives
J:10 am , am
4:45 pra .5:65 pm
Dally. IDaily except Sunday. -Stop
at North College St. Station.
Jity Ticket Offloe, 221 Fourth Ave, H
- Phones, Main 4504 and 4505.
. Miss Florence Boyden has returned
to her home In Nashville after
spending several weeks with her sick
tism. There was a large crowd irom
Holts Corner, Belfast, Cornersville,
and Rich Creek to attend the bap
tism. Prof. J. B. Jones and Mr.
Zack Boren of Farmington attended
services here Sunday night. Mrs.
Vella Jones died at her home in West
Lewisburg, her remains were laid
to rest at Hill Cemetery. Misses
Gertie and Maxie Lewis are in Nash
ville visiting their sister, Mrs. Willie
Marsh. Rev. U. S. G. Brown will
leave this week for Nashville to at
tend their conference. Rev. Miller,
the ex-pastor of M. E. Church passed
through here last week en route to
Lawrenceburg. Mr. Will Aikins,
who spent two weeks in Nashville
with his family has returned home.
Miss Emma Lee Hill of Silver Creek
is the guest of Miss Marie Ort. Mr.
Porter Pharam spent last Sunday in
Nashville. Rev. Wade the new
pastor ot the M. E. Church filled his
pulpit Sunday and Sunday night,
he will leave at an early date for
Selma, Tenn., to move his family.
Miss Richardene Davis left Saturday
morning for Nashville to enter A.
and I. State Normal she was accom
panied by her mother, Mrs. Hender
son Davis. Mrs. Laprode of Chatta
nooga is the guest of Mrs. Lillie Hill.
Mr. P. H. McBride ot Farly, Ala.,
was here on business last week. Mrs.
1.1111a Hill attended conference at
Tullanoma last week. Mr. Willie D.
Davis attended the fair at Athens,
Ala., last week. Miss Elmer Lewis,
ot Nashville is spending a few. days
with home folks. Madams Florence
(iranherrv and Millie Austin at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Hattie
Ewine of Columbia, last week. Mr
Ridley Ellott returned from Gadson,
Ala., last week.
On Friday, October 7th, 1917 at
1 a. ID... death preened Inrn tha linma
of business during the present month of Mrs. Emma Davis and took from
nas Deen in excess ot $ tu.uu. ( her her dear niece, Miss Mamie Les-
When one considers the detail workjter. Oh! how sad how lonely when
attached to the issue of every policy ; the clock hands had Just reached 1
the volume of office work may well be a. m., Just before the day began to
imadned. The issue of supplies to j break while her friends sat in tears
agents. The receipt and recording of i Mamie went away never to return
the application, the medical exaniina- again, on the streets, in her home
tion report, the conference over ir-'and with her many friends, she will
regularities that may arise, the actual i be greatly missed she possessed a
policy writing and checking, the com- sweet disposition. How her smiling
putation of the Reserve, all prior to face shall be missed, so we you
the mailing of the policy. The last friends will have to say the will of
named feature requiring a miniature our Lord be done it seems so sad
Post Office in itself. These activl- but it must not be, for we all can
ties are all aside from the collection meet again where parting shall be no
of premiums upon existing business; more. Her funeral was preached at
the investment and protection ot her home at 10 o'clock Saturday
company funds, the collection of in- morning bv Rev. M. F. Riley. Mrs
terest due, the investigation of claims Hill of Washington. D. C . is with
and payment ot benefits, and the her cousin, Mrs. Emma Davis this I
many other phases incident to bis; week. Mrs. Ella Caruthers has re
business operations. The overtime turned home from Chicago, 111., after
work is made necessary because more spending six weeks with her hus
trained clerks, steno.sranhers and band, Mr. August Caruthers. Mr.
bookkeepers are not available. The j0hn Johnson left Saturday for Chi
ofiice force is. exhibiting some of that Cn go, 111. Rev M F Riley was
splendid loyally that is a part ot every called to Columbia, Tenn to preach
Ne.nro. Cre.it Increase in business a funeral last week. Mrs. A. L. An
with a coloied concern of this size is derson and her niece, Ruth Dovle
of more passing, significance. It,Landis, were called to Nashville
means increased openings for our Saturday to be at the bed side of her
young men and women trained for niece jIlss Mary Ma(i(en who ha3
commercial-pursuits. It provides an been real sick. Rev. H. E Erwin
avenue through which theoretically , ef t Wednesday for Tullahoma, Tenn.
educated graduates may pass to ex-, t0 attend the annuai conference.
ecutive position or to a private bust ReV. Erwin has been with us four
neas n later years with the corporate, year8 and we wish for him a great
knowledge that has heretofore been success. Mrs. Odia HalAims has re
available to white persons to the al-itrned honle from Detroit, Mich. She
most total exclusion of our bovs. . m. i
. , :r :. , re puns a juuy Lime. ine manyiu
This Company is oblige 1 to increase f,ij. p ht. t.. t hit. .mi 5
he quantity of printed matter wed In 1 no very glad to know she ls able t0
their business, thus directly affecting ., , Ct,., ,
an increase in the several printing ; NashvI1Ie were ,th her mother and
establishments of the race that sup- sIstorg Sumlay. MB8 Maild Wood
piy tneir needs. folk hag tflken char?e of Mrg E- L.
In these features, the S andard typt-, lnman.B 8Chool at Su r Flat and
fles the improved conditions ot the i Bll0 , now at home tnchi , the
South. Other insurance companies ,t gchoo, 0n Wednesday death
and commercial houses are obtaining , k f , , Mrs. Jane Burns,
results that differ in degree only. ghe f ,tnf , Christlan and ever
The magnitude of the Standard makes, d t do hcr task wiHinglv her
t a most striking llustra ion for the f : was hed Bpi'ckett
far-reaching affects of the prepent!ch , M R chllrch bv Rev w H
SS ofThe "ace i S'rS
In 19,2 this the first Old Line, ll ir ' Nashville this week on
I t , ' , business. Miss Bessie Bolton was in
gal Reserve Insurance Company in T ,, .,, nn xt-i
a v, .i i. i Lebanon, Friday. Miss Nannie
America, betran business wl n a capi-'r , if a.i . mi,
., , tmnjtnn t-i,,.i n . I Louise Myers left Saturday for Nash-
i iI!!nfSl l t attend school at Walden.
i'lrfll'r?"?.6., ?";Tr. Jack Conts of Water Town,
unit. LUCU ibo giunui uoa mcu
rapid but steady.
The Home Office Force of two per
sons and one small room has expand
ed so that the time clock records
life) Gwftf" AM il
W ( FOR DANDRUFF.FALLla HAIR, ITCH INU 1 p(
vMW SCALP; GIVING itPE.BEAUTY.COlJOR
Poro College Company
3100 Pine St.
St. Louis, Mo.
thirty persons and a whole lloor ot
the race's largest office building
the Odd Fellows' Building is' neces
sary to the conduct ot the company's
Since July 1st, nearly a million
dollars of additional insurance has
been placed in the nine states lu
which the company operates. More
Tenn., and Miss Birdie P. Landis
were the afternoon guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Anderson, Sunday. Mr.
John McClain of 98 Robertson St.,
Nashville was in Lebanon, Sunday at
the bed side of his father, Mr. Billle
McClain who is very sick. The peo
ple of Lebanon are more than de
lighted to have their new principle
with them, Prof. L. L. Campbell.
Messrs. Jack Coats, Burns Jennings,
Hershell Jennings and Lillard An
derson of Water Town, Tenn., spent
than three hundred agents share ln!?"n11ay Leanon-n, 88 , Na.1?
handling this' business
According to the information col
lected by the company's staff of
district reporters, this substantiated
by the volume ot insurance written
and further confirmed by the charac
ter of Investment inquires reaching
Woods of Carthage, Tenn., is with
friends here this week. Messrs.
Rossia Johnson, Jake King, Marshall
Beck, George Pride and Miss Viola
Grissom motored here from Carthage,
Tenn!, and were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs., Horace Newbell, Sunday.
the treasurer's office. The present (Miss Lula Allen left today for Chica-
jear is a most significant one to the
A burden of debt, shouldered at the
close of the Civil War, has uninten
tionally been lifted from the shoulders
of the race, and the collective Negro
has his first opportunity at the un
restricted handling of money. Not
withstanding the old contention as to
the foolish tendencies of the race, he
is saving and investing. Nor ls he
investing in gold bricks. He ls buying
farms, auto trucks and cars and pro
viding for his future with the higher
classes of insurance and with Liberty
Patriotism profits too. Many young
men whose labor Is no longer neces
sary to maintain the home are volun
go, 111., where she will make her
future home. Mrs. Sadie Keith, Mrs.
N. E. McGregor, Mr. George-Beard
and Mr. Billie McClain are on the
sick list this week. Mt. ZIon Bap
tist Church has announced its grand
rally for Sunday, October 21st. You
can help make it grand by doing your
part. Rev. W. B. Ward of Rockwood,
Tenn., preached in the rally here the
Rev. W. B. Ward and Rev. M. F.
Rilley pastor. Mr. George Beard cut
his leg accidentally last week and It
was necessary to have nine stitlches
taken, at this writing Mr. Beard is
doing nicely. The Lebanon public
school had its regular opening Mon
day, October 15, 1917. There were
about three hundred children to en
ter school. Quite a number of
tnerlna an averaiiB of flftv Neeroea
per day are volunteering in Georgia I Parents were present and made some
a0ne interesting talks, among those mak-
Kur'thermore, every school In the nS addresses were Mr. Sam Crowdcr,
CARTHAGE. South is reporting an increased at-1 Rev. W. H. Adams, Dr. R. C. Patton,
-i ...in. ii i a ; Tlr W A Thnmnann T? pv AT F.
Miss JoBie Eva Allen the Daughter lmprovldet. pupils. This seems to'RUey, Mrs. M. J. Richardson, Mrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Allen, one. of i ',. , j..,..!,,,, m. F. Rilev and Dr. W. H. Ballot.
mother, Mrs. Ellen Nicholson. Dr. j Carthage most popular young Misses e ln character and training ot I Distinguished visitors and pastors ot
T. w. Stevens spent the week-end
here with his family. Mrs. Eliza
Foster died at her home at Godwin
after a lingering illness. Her fun
eral was from Godwin A. M. E.
Church ot which, she was a member.
Mrs. Jennie Stone ls improving after
several weeks' Illness. Father Cleg
get has gone- to the Masonic Home Tn
Nashville to spend the remainder of
his days. He has already reached
his one hundredth mile-stone and a
few years over. . Even at such an ad
vanced age he was able in - good
Is Bodied and on Draught
Will make you think of ye old-time drink.
Its a perfect beverage, the equal of any
and better than many.
Get a Glass or Stein or Bottle Where Soft Drinks are
The Williams GerstJBrewing Go.
Large Bottles for Family Use. Phone Main 393
cipal, Prof. L. L. Campbell. News
was received here today that Rev. T.
W. Johnson was to be our next pas
tor, Pickett Chapel welcomes Rev.
Johnson. The Boosters rally sermon
was preached at the A. M. E. Church
Monday night. Join the Globe
readers, only 6c a copy at your door
every Saturday, Andrew J. Anderson,
has entered A. and I. State Normal, , tnoge who are to control the de8tines 1 our city churches and the members ot
Nashville, Tenn. Her devoted friends , o tne MXt generatIoni - j the faculty occupied seats on the
will Miss her very much, but hope Thlg great mcreage 0f self-sustain-1 Platform and the people of Lebanon
her much Buccess and happiness while j lT)g p,lpjlg j8 making it possible for! were made to believe that thi3 would
in school. She has been a student, tne BCh0ols of the south to extend he a year "'of great success with its
at Fisk University for six years, she tnelr UBefuinesg by improving equip-! beautiful building and all necessary
has finished grammar and now ready ment increasing faculties, and to equipment and a faculty ot six of
for first year in Academic. Mr. and, imaxice new building. The people otjour best qualified teachers. Rev. M.
MrsDave Allen and their daughter, the respective communities open F. Riley urged that Prof. J. R. In
Josie Eva, visited their neice, Mrs. wider the door of hospitality to vis-man's plans be carried out and the
Mamas Ross, the last of the week, . itlng demonstrators and lecturers, stirring committees named placed on
before entering Josie Eva in school.! thus giving greater range to exten-! roll of honor and hung on the wall.
Miss Irene Allen will have her school sion work. Prosperity relieves of self- A collection ot $5.27 was taken to
closing this .week at Good Hope.
Rev. G. W. Gray, our worthy pas
tor was at his post of duty Sunday
and preached two very able and in
structive sermons as well as spiritual
ones to his hearest. At 11:30 his
text was Numbers 30:2, "If a man
vow a vow unto the Lord, or swear
an oath to bind his soul, with a
bond." His subject was, "An oath."
At 7:30 o'clock he spoke from 1 Pet.
2:6, "Behold, I lay in Zlon a chief
cornerstone, select precious: and he
that bellevth on his shall not be con
founder." Mr. C. P. Arnold our
superintendent was in Nashville,
Sunday. Mr. Douglass ot Nashville
was the guest of Mrs. Joe A.
Draughn, Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. J.
A. Lester of Nashville were the
guests ot Mrs. C. P. Arnold, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Watson of Nash
ville were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Kidd, Sunday. Mrs. D. C. Rob
inson is on the sick list this week.
Alton Bartley of Rowland. They
were the guest of honor for dinner
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Doyle, others who were there, Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Mitchell, Mrs. Ida
Cunning, and Miss Mrytle Cunning.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bartley left im
mediately for Rowland, where they
will make their future home. Mr.
Hobert Coaps of McMinnville was the
guest of Miss Minnie B. Robinson,
Saturday. Mrs. Estella Mitchell and
children from Wilder, Va., and Mrs.
Alta Mai Johnson from Sparta, Tenn.
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Mitchell, last week. Mr. Tom
Vaughn spent Sunday ln Sparta. Mr.
Jessie Tribble has returned home to
spend the winter.
Miss Leola Barton went to Row
land, October 27 to attend the Coun
ty Fair. Misses Myrtle and Birdie
Lee Moore, Mrs. Sarah Mazie, attend
ed the Warren County Fair. Miss
Flora Cunning, quietly surprised the
community Saturday night by poln-
consclousness, and he neighborhood purchase a new table tor the prin-jing hand ln happy wedlock with Mr.
It will make your luiir grow5to20 Ischei loit
er and yrnir new hair win tie soil, iiuiij a..d
silky anil free from kinks s arls r harshness.
Stops dimiiull xnd itcliiu sc-lp at anct.
Plough's Hnir Dressing is as superior to other
hiiir preparations as Jie sun is superior to the
moon. Plough's has a lovely dr. Our meats
report that Plough's Hair Dwisin( sells UveL
' " it today. C omes in a bit. I ren can. Priaa
IS i'.i at Kuhn's druj store, nr sent prepaid
by Par --el post lor 35 cents. Aeli write Inr
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