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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1917.
SypMllis and Blood Diseases
SB1 l-alay U Cm Trial tntlwrt
WHLCU MMllCIXK CO,
The National Life and Acci
dent Insnrance Co.
Nashville, Term.
Cash Capital $300,000.00
Lit, Health and Accident
Iaanranoe in oar Policy
Weekly and Monthly Premium
Plan
RIVES.
The old year psssod out with ease
and the. New Tear stopped In with
pride and splendor, bringing pleas
ant warm weather. Th holidays
were very pleasantly spent in this
vicinity. There were many enter
tainments for both old and young.
Very lovely was tlie marriage of
Mr. Leonard Saul Faulks and Miss
AnnU Lee Reevog which took place
ou the eve of December 24, 1916 at!
the home of the bride. The bride
wore a stunning gown of blue satin
trimmed with shadow lace, and ca
ricl a bouquet of carnations and
nes. The pair received a large!
number of beautiful and useful pres-'
1 enU. Their many friends wish for j
! them n long, prosperous and happy
life. We all wonder who the next I
, pair shall be. A breath in the nir !
says Losan Ricknian. I hope. Mrs. j
' Sarah Kds and little grand daugh-i
ter Gladys Sweeney, are visiting
1 dauchter, Mrs. Carrie Uickman. Mr.
husband in Upeilanti, Mich. Mr. J.
J. Crenshaw la spending the winter
in Hot Spring's, Ark.
WILLIAMPORT.
Rev. G. R. Norman made a busi
ness trip to Columbia last week.
Mrs. Ada Booker . of Mt Pleasant
was the house guest of Mrs. R. B.
Flowers, recently. Miss Lizzie Rus
sell left for Nashville Saturday,
FLAT ROCK.
trying to elevate our people in a
way and manner that each and ev
ery one can but say that we have
not been idle since 1S65. There are
many other things that could be
added but we shall stop here, with
a hope that our progress will only
continue in the future ag it has in
the past.
One of the most enjoyable events
of the Christmas holidays was the
annual Christmas tree given by the
Kor-get-me-not Art Club at the home
i,f Mrs. Chas. Farmer Tuesday eve..
GFO. E. WHITE M. D..
PHYS1CAN & SURGtON
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT
SPECIALIST
OFFICE 28 CEDAR ST. 11.4211
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MEN WANTED
Colore d men 21 to 35 years of
age wishing position as Sleeping
Car Porter or Train Porter on
Southern Roads, write for applica
toin blank and information. No
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WAY, Dept. 114, Indianapolis, lid.
Thanksgiving was beautifully ob- Decern Her 20, 191b. Jhe house was
served at Patterson's Chapel M. E. arusucauy (lecoraie-i in innsimas
Church. The Ever Ready Club gave colors. A beautirul tree in the cen-
a grand concert to raise funds to ter of th room laden with presents
beautify their church. The concert " members and friends was the
was presided over by Mrs. Annie T. 1!llln attraction.
Clemmons. who was highly compli- The program was not carried out.
rr.ented tor her faithfulness to the Each guest was asked to make a
club. J6.0O was realized. Tho mem- alk w resl),"ld w th a l";,ta-
--j j r,.,. oi tion from some popular author.
her i , " , . . . .... v. Short talks were made by Mr. K, T.
lei wer very pina 10 nave ineir ue , . i..
v.4iu... ..... J . T T .mUUUl.!V. iUI. I. A. 1 OUUIl. L'l. VI. X,.
and Mrs. Loy Landers are spending ul'"""lI' u c ' - Weslev, Miss Julia Otey. Delicious
the hoMiUv, with her husband's rel- r .u P"" 7T.' . ! sartdwiches and .White were serv
at Ives in Middle Tennessee. Mr. ! deli ered to his hearers a ell , ttft,.rwar,,. This club is ml0 ot
Maser Trice of Henderson was to composed sermon from the 10th chap-1 )e oMest an(J ,e.l(l n clubs of the
ce bis brothers. ttr. l.nra and Nel-, er of St. Luke, 40th and 41st verses (mvn (.omp,l!;oa of the foliowino
sun Trice during the holidays. Mr. "And Jesus answered and said untoi mL,ml)ers: Ju.Sliamw Tom Haimh. J.
Levi Jennings who has been spend- her. Martha, Martha, thou art careful A Hughes U. S. Hughes. R. T.
lug the fall and wintrr in Mississip-, and troubled ahont many things. But I MurilooU t Harvev Kwing, Chas.
i looking after race horses, spent one thing is needful and many hath j .u.nuT j t. ration. J. W. RcddU-k,
a few days with his si4er. Mrs. chosen that good part which shall not ;Jolm Kwjng Misses, Sadie Murdock
Geneva Crenshaw. Mr. William Gib- he taken away from her. M com-,run.ie aml jiattie Otey
i- i i . . : . , 1 ........ i . . ....... ,1 W rt n f n rrl n rl (. on.- tlin t n-O - ......
visiting relatives and friends ' of j paid our district spuerintendent out
this place. All were very glad to I this quarter. 'We believe in owing no
see him. Mrs. Dan Jeffers was called I man, but loose him and let him go.
homo on account of her sieierV ill-1 Collection was $7.50. Mrs. Jennie L,
ness. Mr. Mitchell Adams went j Hyde of Foster Avenue entertained
home to see his father wed .he Thanksgiving her cousin, Miss Viola
James of 17 Tennessee street ' and
sisters. Miss .Tonanna Peebles and
little Miss Mattie B. Peebles of 35
Perkins street, city.
MR. A-ND MRS. HILL HAVE
RB-UNION ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hill of SOS 8th
Avenue, North, gave a family re-union
Sunday, Oecerber 24, which was a
very brilliant affair. The home was
beautifully arranged and throughout
the evening sweet strains ot music
were played on the Vlvtrola by Mi.
Hill. Those present were, Mr. and
Mrs. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wade,
Miss Eva Mai Thompson, Mr. Edward
Boyace, Mr. Alfred Crawley, Mrs. Bell
Trimble, Mr. William Hollins and Mr.
Anthony Joyce, Mr. Joyce was tojst
master. The dinner consisted of
several courses.
finished, be many moves up from
where we bow are along the llnea
of Legislation In Negro School work
to the end. In the end we may
benefit In a large way the CJUieiv
6hlp of this Commonwealth. It we
are to achieve subtantlal results
along this line onr work most have
the single purpose of co-operation
with the efforts of the white peoples
Organisation which, is striving J
every particular along the lines
which make for stronger better laws
for the good of all the people. The
C. E. Corbett of Wewoka Preat s
also holding its Annual Conventtos.
here for three das this week. The
Bar Association Convention conven
ed here this morning, at nine.
Melvin J. Chlsum.
a.
Offloa M 1477
W. H. ODEN
RCAL ESTATE BROKER.
Fan ho Mas and farms on easy wan.
Odan hu the cxneriuiM. He kmn Ski ! U6
at low
and
many
tee Odtintfuu'a all. Uunov li
em Real tfctata. So ulEN, He tan
i ave vuu
Yeu wal out ik wwaritf vJtes
icetned I
PORO HAIR DRESSING PARLOR
Electric Massage. Hair Scalp Ireatmtnt
" All ttOKa Gt'ARAMttD t
MRS. L. ALDRIDGE
Phone Main 222 5-1. l2Cb ( i in Street
NASHVIllf. - TTNN.
see his father wed '.he
fourth wife. Mr. Charlie Rr.ybon
was called to the bedside of his
father in Nashville, Tennessee. Quite
a success was the Mason and East
ern Star celebration December 27th.
An interesting program was render
ed. The prominent speakers were
Mrs. Sarah Edge of Rianzia, Missis
sippi and our ex-pastor. Rev. R. L,
Dent, of Woodland Mills, Tenn. The
dinner was fine and enjoyed by all.
Miss Lavnda Payne of Chicago, 111.,
is visiting home folks. Mr. Eural
I Smith has returned from Indianapo
i lis, Indiana where he spent the sum
nier and fall. Friends were glad to see
him but surprised to note his ears
! flirt not frost bite. A number of
j friends were at dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. Green Faulks on Friday, De
' cember 29th. Messrs. Isaiah Bass,
; Logan Rickmnn. Eural Smith, Na
thaniel Gilbert and Bass Johnson,
and Misses Lora Walic, Ima Lee
Faulks, Margie May Reeves and
Hassle Cumniings enjoyed the even
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cren
shaw on December 20111. Mr. l.eorge
Faulks entertained in honor of his
l'l-other-in-law, Mr. William Gibson
of Hot Springs, Ark., on December
"0th. The pond supner given by
Mrs. Emma Rickmnn on December
"0th was much enjoyed. It is very
sorrowing to note the death of our
father and friend, Uncle-Joe Fry, who
departed this life December SI, 1 !!
It is our loss but hope it's heaven's
gain and some dav
in that awppt In- nad
rentier "O, 10IC. the J. R. Gibson
,'j.nn v.as aM-st- the .cist d-Hir of
the court house. The tract con
tained forty-five acres and was sold
for three thousand dollars Mr.
Hence Walker of Union City, Tenn..
visited his neiees, Mrs. Sam Faulks
and Mrs. John Crenshaw. Mrs.
Ernest Williams left to join her
FRANKLIN.
Franklin is a town of many his
torical events. In fact, some of the
crowning battles of the Civil War
were fought at this place. Franklin
is the County Seat of Williamson
which county is noted for its pro
ductive soil.
To speak of the progress of the
Negroes of thiB town should be a
pleasure to every thVnkt 'g man and
woman. When we recall that in
18G5 there were only two houses
owned by colored people, hut since
that time the Negroes of this place
have not slept, but they have been
keeping pace with the tiemg and tak
ing hold of every opportunity that
came to them.
Today we can boast of controlling
215 homes in the town, eight church
es, one public school and several
business houses. The following are
some: Rev. A. N. C. Williams, gro
cerman; T. A. Williams, grocer
man; Wilson and Holmes, grocer
men; Mr. R. T. Murdicks, Tailor;
Mr. O. B. Williams, tailor: Mr. Jno.
Morris, tailor; Mr. Thos. House,
tailor: Mr. A. W. Merritt, black
smith: Mr. Gus Foster, blacksmith;
Mr. Jno. Kinnard. miller; Messrs.
and Co., Undertakers;
Fatton and Bro., Un
dertakers. There nr two prac'iclng;
phvslcians namelv Dr. G. A. Wesley
pnd Dr. A. II. McBroom. One den
tist. Dr. V. E Redmond. F. D.
Williams, Soda Fountain. Mr. E.
North. Cafe. .The above name-!
persons are yloing a payin
meet him 1 H. J. l-.wmg
bv. On Do-1 Messrs. J. T.
On Monday
eve, January 1st, rrom z to (j, the
husbands and young men friends of
the club tendered a banquet In hon
or of the club at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Murdock. The affair
was one of the ni.-t elaborate and
enjoyable events of the season.
Frappe was dispensed as the guests
arrived. A three course menu was
served. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Baugh, Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Murdock. Dr. and Mrs. G. A.
Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Patton.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks of Nash
ville, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Hughes, Mrs.
Leslie Hodge. Misses Mattie and
Carrie Otoy, Sadie Muprdock, Mr.
Joseph Redmond, Mr. James Ford,
Mr. H. D. Southall, Mr. Esquire
Murry, Mr. M. D. Otey of Chicago.
business. The rfpovo lifts only go to
how that we ar not asleep hut are
H. J. WOODRUFF.
The Tabernacle Baptist Sunday
School A. F. Cadets were organized
Sunday, December 31, by Maj. H. .1.
Woodruff. Troop C was tho third
j company of Cadets organized in
1 Nashville. They will be under the
' command of Maj. H. J. Woodruff.
EL1.ABETHTOWN, (KY.)
Misses Jennie Eng.ish and Lillian
Radley arc speuding Christmas week
in Louisville, circulating among rela
tives and triends. Fire did con
siderable damage to the grocery
stock of Mr. R. ,H. Wintersmith ot
ihia pit V nn last Thursday night.
t-:l.......Ul. 1.. ..n. ,1ia ton 1
ing grocerymen 01 Elizaucthtown. !
Miss Estella Helm died Friday night j
Dei ember 22ml, and was buried j
December 21th. Miss Minnie B. 1
English continues ill. Rev. and j
Mrs. V. A. Smith and daughters,
Grace and l-aureita, were the guesU :
of Mr. Clarence Neighbors and sister
Mittie Neighbors of Nolan yesterday
Everything seemed very quiet iu !
Elizabeth-town Christina s week,;
there being hut a very small quanti
ty 01 liquor Stuppeu into me iui-m
option city. The play given at the
Baptist hall Thursday night by one
of the clubs was quite an enjoyable
one. Title, "Too many beans." Mr.
Joe Curts, another colored esteemed
groceryman of the city wag the
principal feature in the play. ; If
you are feeling downcast and need
a good cheering laugh always strive
to get to hear uncle Joe.
I
INTELLECTUAL LIGHTS OF RACE
MEET IN BOLEY. j
Boley Okla., Dec. 28 ot the ninej
hundred Negro school teachers in
the state, more than five hundred are
in attendance at the tenth Annual,
Session of the Negro State Teach-;
ers Association which convened here!
at ten o'clock this morning. Prof.!
W. H. Fort, Principal of the Dunbar j
High School of Okmulgee Okla ist
President of the Association. In hla,
opening remarks Prof Fort said In!
part: Necessity of bringing to bearj
more effort ,1n the matter of en-
couraging the child mind to think!
was never m'ore apparent than now. !
Escially with reference to the old-!
er pupils when I say this. I am Dot;
unmindful of the tremendous amount
of work which we perform In the
class room i this State, incident to,
the unequal Equipment which we are
each compelled of strive thus ren
dering us all runners in a most un-,
equal race, but we must run upon
the track we have until a better can,
be had. Unjust taxation relative to
the Negro." Prof Fort further said,
"This Organization will be asked be
fore we adjourn this" session", to ap
propriate funds for the purpose 01
Legitimately contending for a fair
and equitable adjustment of these
conditions." Prof W. E. Day; Prin
cipal of the SaPulpa Colored High
School, Chairman of the Executive
Committee said in part: "The
work of this section must whea
Quick and Comfortable
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Between Jacksonville and
Chicago, St. Louis,
NORTH AND WEST -
All Steel Equipment. Handsome and Homelike. Especially
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Daylight Trip Via Chattanooga and
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