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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY MAY 11, 1917,
Published mry Friday In the year at 47
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I ay. Let's see how many mother
lovers will grace the oco-.iaiou byj
their presence. We are sure the pro
Kraiume will le inspiring and help
ful. Go and thus attest your love
nr me greatest woman that ever
Winter has lingered witli us lone.
Vet here is May month of blossom
and exquisite sunshine, generally.
Yet this season the assurances of
these delights do net appear to be
of a very positive character. May
One year l no should treat us well we
Al 1 i - ..Y
Wree Months" "j months of desperato gloom. Blizzards
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too many to remember have beat
upon us. Cold that went to the deep
est liones was one portion. Througu
it all, we have reached May. Shall
we now be comforted? Shall our
hearts I'e 'warmed by sunny ami hal
cyon days? Were i to speak with
unbridled optimism 1 should he re
miss in honesty, nut let us hope
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ft MANUfACTURtD 8V ,fi
lAGANTT QUINO SCHOOL M
Has No Equal
South Pittsburg K. p:s
Have Big Rally.
1 South Pittsburg, May 7, Sunday
!the Eureka Lodge, No. 14 K. f P.
I in connection with Phoenix Court
i of Culanthe held a big rally at Mt.
Bethlehem Baptist Church. Promptly
; al 2 o'clock the Knights assembled
i ut the r beautiful Castle J lull ami
; unden the marshalshtp of Knight
; Wm. Jackson, marched to the
: church, where the Courts and Juve
niles had already preceded them.
! After the Knights had been given
' their proper places, the Juvenile
' choir came In singing the proces
' sional. The choir was beautifully
rohed in white and made a lasting
- impression upoa the audience. It is
said that this was the beat aggrega
tion of musical talent ever beard In
Anylxxly who will hoard food
products in order to exact extortion
ale prices is unpatriotic, of course.
Iut how .iliout any!ody who will
hoard food products with the general
idea of avoiding the exaction of ex
orbitant food- prices?
1 6 cents for Hni each tnocrtlsn.
10 cents per Una for each Insertion (In
Advertising con shnuM Ka In th nffl,
not later than 9 a. m.. Tuesday of each submarine warfare, the British pub
If the Uritisi, government refuses
to tell the public the truth about
New Tork Oelre, Krost and Frost,
Chlcseo Office, Krost and Frost, Adver
Atlsnta Office, Frost and Frost, Candler
Nashville Office. Frost and Frost, Inde
fendent Life Building.
KMhille, Tenn, May 11. '17
Mucn is I'eing said concerning the
Negro going North and Kast. Meet
ings h.ive been held where the orator
orated, and the resuluter resoluted.
(lovernors have issued their edicts,
legislators have legi.-luieri, sheriffs
Lave instructed their deputies and
mayors have warned the police
chiefs to stem Ihe mighty stream of
blacks who are daily pouring into
the North fiom the South, but these
official ban iers have not had the de
sired effect. The white officials don't
lie cannot be blamed for inclination
to accept at face value the claims of
the German government as to the
Mother gets only one day, ami fa
ther doesn't even get that, but lab.
is assigned a whole week. Does any
c!d grouch step forward to allege
tlnU there is unfair discrimination
in favor of baby? Very well then.
The argument may bo considered
Basing the judgment wholly n
the fighting qualities displayed at
loyalty mass meetings, it would le
worth England's while to make any
sort of concessions Ik order to got
those militant Americans to the
You can tell whether a man is
optimist or a pessimist if you can
seem to understand the situation. lfa""' le w" .. :c, ..... i,e arter uinnan pium ter can
instead of passing resolutions, etc.,
YOU ABE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
age by the speculators, the hen Is
justified in waiting for conscription.
British diplomacy passed the
Vernon test without wincing.
In short, according to Premier
I.voff, Russia will not leave off.
ir necessary May showers can
bring forth June flowerw.
Song of the Fa
ong or tne rarmer.
Pe fawmers' life es do life fer me
Hi di. dum diddlq dum de:
He wo'k bit fills my n'art wid glee,
Hi di, dum diddle, dum de.
I wo'ks de cawn all day en ting
Ho di dum diddle dum de.
En fur en nigh de frel hit ring
Wid hi di dum diddle dum de.
An' w'en tie day es spankin' new,
Hi di dum diddle dum de;
An de cawn es wriugin' wet wid
I To di dum diddle dum de.
I swings de mattick en de hoe,
Ho di dum diddle dum de.
En singin' ter de Bel" I go
He dl dum diddle dum de.
An' thoo de hot en brilin' mawn.
Hi di dum diddle dum de;
Wo'ks tel I lieahs de' dinnah hawn,
Ifo di dum diddle dum de.
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Commencement; week, at Turner Col
lege begins Mff 17th, the date having
been, changed from the 24th. This
brings the closing one week earlier
than at first announced. The period
will open with the rendition of a
drama, "Gyp, the Heiress," Thursday
May 17. under the direction of .Mlrs.
Estizar Watson. The Baoclaureate ser
mon will be delivered by Or. H'nkle,
pastor of the M. E. Church, South,
Shelby ville. Sunday 4:00 p.m. Dr. J.
H. Hale of Nashville, will deliver the
Annual address to the college socle
ties, Monday, May 21st at 8:00 p.m.
The recital of the musical department
under the direction' of Mrs. Vttula
Clemmons, will also take place Mon
The annual prize speaking for gold
medals takes place Tuesday evening,
the 22nd. The graduating exerolses
of the English class iwlH be held
Wednesday evening. Dr. D. H. Butler,
of Chattanooga, will make the gradu
ating speech Thursday, 24th at Com
mencement exercises. Two classes will!
receive certificates and diplomas from
the Domestic Art department, one in
Plain Sewing, and the other In Dress
making. This department is conduct
ed by Mrs. Tena Baa-ham.
Bishop B. F. Lee, the president of
the Board of Trustees will be pres
ent during the commencement, and
speak. The trustee iboard will hold, its
annual meeting Tuesday, May 2th In
Oie .college dhapel.
Dr. J. A. Jones, the president, has
glveii notice to the board that his res
ignation would be tendered at the
coming meeting. He has not expressed
h's Intentions for the future. It Is
understood that several aspirants have
already announced themselves as
President Jones' successor.
like services In the town. The e
singers were trained by Mrs. M. J.
Astrapp, who deserves a monument
of praise for the grace and dignity
with which she presided nt the
Cliancellor Commander Luther
Cummiiigs' called for the reading of
tho fir:inH Chancellor's Proclamation
and introduced Knight J. .1. McEl- and Freeman Tally were the guests
,..- dc masto- of rnrnmon les. Thelof Miss V. O. Robinson Sunday. Mr.
inaiml rpinlinira nml resoones were I and Mrs
Rev. Bryant from " Nashville
pieached here Sunday at 11 o'clock
a. m., for Rev. Gray! Rev. Gray
filled the pulpit Sunday afternoon at
r.:30, taking for a text Deut. 27:10.
Sunday was- baptizing day. Quite an
enjoyable day was spent by those
present. Messrs. Montgomery, Glbbs
save now while your earning
poorer is at its best so that when
old age comrs you will not have
to depend on others, but will be
independent and comfortable. We
help you to insure this happy re
sult by paying you 4 per cent in
terest annually on your savings.
Start en account today. Don't put
ONE CEMT SAVINGS BANK
This ttnjaifieat hotel, located in the heart of the most beautiful seashore
resort in the world; replete with every modern improvement, superlative in
construction, appointments, service and refined patronage. Orchestra daily,
(5rgs, bith houses, tennis, etc., on premises. Special attention given to ladies
and children. Send for booklet. E. M. DALE, Owner.
tlie powers that be should instruct
their arresting officers against bru
tality to the black man, there no
doubt would be a cessation of the
begira. There can be no denial of
the fact that policemen of XashvlHc;
are unnecessarily brutal to Negroes.'
ne quits worrying over uiv: umihc-i vjiii m mini (iiuuie aum ie. i
a late frost and when he begins w.'i-jYo' heahs me singin' wid de lnhk
rying over the danger ot an early - m ,juni ,ii,i(iie dum de.
-Frankie C. Deberry.
gioes were arrested in a nool room
for no appatent reason at all, i-ince!
;ill were working nun seeking recre
ation after a day of toil, hut nnt
withstanding tl lis, t iey were hustled
Just to be honest witn ourselves,
if the Germans vere on the offensive!
and didn't succeed la getting any
where in particular after a week of
heavy lighting, what would we call
like so many
to the police station
character of t lie ni.m arrested, went
to their assistance at the police sta
tion, but weie shown very little com
sidei.'ition. 'Stand back there", wa
about the only words uttered by the
policeman to men who stood
It will not take the draft bill lonn
to cet by the rest of the senator-,
but only ne person knows how ions
it will lake to gel by Senator La-Follette.
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
The Baptist Ministers Al
had, after which the master of cere
monies introduced Mrs. Emma Biv
ins, who read a wbolesome paper,
"Calantheism." Mlis. Sallie K. 01
liver then read a very Intelligent
and instructive paper whlcn was
Mr: M. h. Miller, of Nashville, a
charter member of Eureka Lodge
and of Phoenix Court, then spoke
reminiscently of the trials and tri
bulations enriiintered during the
early days of Pythiunlsm in - Souih
Pitt-burg. He was accorded rapt at
tention. Knight Fred Shackle, an
old war horse of the order, tohV
nianv good things and was given
close attention. The sermon b
llev. Hatcher was a gem of the pur
est ray serene. A good collection
Richard Dillard from
Smyrna were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Kidd Sunday. Mis es Cur
tis and Luclle Kldd spent the week
end in Nashville. Mis8 Freddie Kidd
from Nashville was the guest of
her parents Sunday. Miss Louise
Harmon, Messrs. Willie E. Harmon
and Henry Arnold wers the guests
of Mrs. ' C. P. Arnold Sunday.
Messrs. Robert and Avie Kidd spent
Sunday at Lake Providence. There
will be an entertainment given here
May 2(lth by the Woman's Auxiliary.
The public is , Invited.
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
V A CTrifTT T f TTXTVT TTTWT7 11 10
WHY NOT IMPROVE
tan piak o a iwy i.
AGcnrs vs vy-j '
WANTED , ri'2Sv'
SEND 8'. 25 FOR TRIAL JARS AND
WB1T FOB AGENCY
Sunday being a fair day. we were
to put tin for tho prisoners. Not
long since, we nre b id, that a high
k respected student of Meharry Med
ical College was assaulted by a
liolicenian just for
i.long C'oi'ar street.
Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church Is still im
proving and the Sunday-school Is do
ing nicely. A mumiber of visitors were
able to willies the excellent sermons 1 present Sunday. Sunday school ser-
I delivered by Rev. Dr. V. P. Kellv, ' vlces were conducted by the Superin-
Held its regular session in the Chanel the pastor of the A. M. E. Church. ! tendent, Brother T. G. Smith. Somg by
jot the Publishing House. Monday , 11 h morning and evening. The i the school. Prayer was offered by the
niorning Mav 7: 1317, Kev. L. 11. I larK. commencement exercises of the 8ti ouiHf"lBUel-ine lesson noui,
I U. D., presided. Phur S c-ing School were given at
The meeting -was called to order at ; the A. M. 10. Church. The bouse was
1 1 1 : :'0 a.m., hy the President, and the crowded. Invocation by Mrs. Catron;
following ministers responded to the a-i address ny Miss i.eaveis of ('larks
eivels Hiss issued i pre-aohed a wonderful sermon. Sunday
There was an Inter- night the mieather was verv cold but
tists. urn' .1. c. Fields. R A.. Pastor esting talk made by Mi's. Dock Ri;-!a laree number was present. The ord-
I I'locsaiit Green Baptist Church: Rev. 1 rev. one of our home teachers. I rwnit-e of Baptism W'as administered at
III. A. Alfred. Pas,tor Mt. Nebo Baptist - There were four orations delivered j the river Sunday to a large number
You can't l e.'in to measure a miin's c'liurch Kev. R W. Hawthorne, Pastor ,:y young ladies. They are as fol-1 ff converts. Rev. Collins, of Dickson,
, . ... - . .... . ... in...n. . n .... .i.i,u , - 'i-firt,, i o tn.i rim nnotn q.t n'aair
i is wnai i,i v or t tie at ev i- .ttn Avenue uao- -uujkl-is, rmni-iiiniiuK, iiss, icmm., ou 'o '".
not what i tis' C'riiroh: Kev. H. M. Burns, Pastor : Cathec lna
f'liance'.lor Von Eethmanu-Hollwc.Jt
f'.i.ds it necessary every so often 19
inal.e a speech proposing peace, sV ,, ..,,. ., ,, (., , n n
itlie tieonle of Germnny will be re-1 tol. ot vir olive Bantist Church: Rev. iorcises. Mlfq
ve!1(lv convinced that the allies are deter j J. C. Harding, Pastor, Newhope Bap- 'lie diplomas
Rev. Fu'ler addressed the school leav
ing w'iMi us imany very beautiful
At the eleven o'clock hour, Pastor
mined to crush them.
patriotism by his prats.
Negroes were standing in front
colored bti-':iess establishment.
you do for your country.
uhi sav for it, that counts.
Rainev, the elocutloiiK-t;
Tabernacle Baptist Church- Rev. G. B., The Responsibility of Parents." M'ss
Tavlor. Pastor Second Baptist Church; , Mabel Beam, who spoke wltn elo
inn r p'iiev Pas'nr iinnp-w-pli I fiuence: "Life is a Battle." Miss Bes-
'Ge: wiin'n it c nines to springing to i sle Rainev. dhe silvor-tonTiieil or.n-
puside," said a passing iioliceimin. ! ,,, n,s tie wnmeu mav have fo teach u'ev. .1. T. Tunstull, Pastor N. Oth St. tor: "Self-Kilucation." Miss Bl-nnche
Now we 'ouhl go on and tell of lots ' ,Up ', ipi.," experts in such ! Baptist Church: Rev. Sfmuel S Cum- Unison. She delivered her oration
i iiK.il. i-'on i - n...i... ru...r.k -lni with E-rpnt tliporv Tho fnnr vnnnw
or injustice heaped iMion unoffenilit'g c,.!,,L'ii" t u'i"ii viiui.i v w, ....- D, ,, 1. , 1 will he the snhlect nf Rev W ! Rll-
. i i o '""ii-, spinmn,. I.. T ,, . nnvu Pastor A'-'., Indies held the audience spellbound : r"1 De l. 8,1D-lecl fr "ev- w. s. r,n
roir t t inr nwire t. an nn inur mis iinr- ,uB'vuo Ywc"j
First Baptist Church,
"THE QUE'EN OP THE HOM:E."
EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER
Negroes, bin our space is too limit
i Minuon Bart'st Church,
t" can't vote," will
Register or yon u.,rliinir. Pastor Third Avenue Ba! ; son is a student of McAllister School.
now be exchanged 'r'st Church: Rev. J. A. Brown, Pastor Mr. Harnev Crowder, out of ourcom-
! ... n. n, i. . ti i.f r, .nmnltv nnil I,-a l.'mamml C. linn dp.
Re"isler or I ap'isx i 'iiurcn; nvev. v. o. .....Uw -...vu
Pli mpton Pastor First . Buntlst Church vMting Mrs. Moses Bnts"n. Mjsse-f
i w vouhi iiip- Roir A v Porter Pas. i Martha and Maggie Kilgro
Negroes arc leaving Nashville
escape tho oppression that is s.;r .. m,p efficient one,
pievalent , in official circles. Tin ' ,.0 t,, jail."
black man knows he ba no redress j ,
and it is better for h'm to leave I You've sot to admit confound II
l.nra l rlnln" na,',tlut rVmrph- Pv f P Rnla.nH Pan-1 H
, cuirj, n:u u IJIff l.lOllll -lllfVC 111 u 11 iiiii .-, .H1,,iubiu.,,, .v.,. '
lies that are his portion daily. ja pretty respectable job of stone
We trust that some b'g bearte 1 i walling,
white man witi, the love of God in I
S tor "l.'th Avenue Baptist Church:' Rev. I And lne8 Rogei-s, Messrs. Wilnu
! V. J. Baugus, Pas'Vir Bass Street Clysess Roeers, Woodson Ralneynr
E. Wiley were the guests of
t,. l!rll'ln? iMJlls -Hill Rantist Church ! Misses Viola. Letha and Isadel Jack-
and Rev Henrv Roland. Rev. Puller,!""1 Sunday afternoon. Mr., Henry
Rev. Lewis and Rev. R. If. Boyd. to-jTrotler is able to le up again. Rev.
ether Willi many ethers whose names i UT- : -s or Liarnavine win
i preaci, me nidge sermon ror rue mm
Ills lirpMl U'iU ni-lu., mwl l.l,. ,,c 1.1 t io 'ilvpnilv aiOTL'PStpH that tllO . rh.-if 1 ,ran't nmV
. . .. he nu-a xiiiwmv i rn
countrv will have use enough for it lie meeting was inieres:in-,' n i "
tn tho elnap Tllp lif-
I ' reworks w ihout using them on tne , '" , ' , ' ' " ,.,,,,
foi-pni rpnnrta shnwpil n uch nroz ress
I rouri) 01 jiny.
remain In Nashville. We are not
a.-kine- for but one thing, and that is
let this official oppression cense, or
the Negroes will continue to leave.
The policemen of Nashville causn
more Negroes to leave this city than
ell other agencies combined.
Sunday is "Mother's Day." It is
presumed that all of us will see
that it is fittingly observed. A boy
or girl's best friend is the mother.
She shares her children's joys and
furrows. She understands things
belter than any one else. . She can
live more unaoulterated joy to a
household than any person in exist
ence. She is the whole home, with-
tut her life is n desolate waste.
Treat your mother kindly, for when
t-he's gone you'll got. no other. She
is a friend to you in wirrow, In need,
end is always nn unwavering friend
indeed. Don't let lmr worry on your
account; uon t let ner mourn over
A citizen who can name all' ou:
allies ought to be competent for
enlistment 'from an educational
point of view.
It's all right to wait for the Ger
man revolution. But don't hold
They ran't deprive the Iniy Alexis
Roman off of all his heritage. Ha
can Join the boy scouts.
am.-m? the churches of the city, and of
the crn'.'guous vUin'tles. The plans
for taking care of the coming messen
eers to attend the National Baptist
Sunday School Congress Uinlneorino
rn.'ed) which will convene In this -city
on the morning of June l"th, 1917. The
enmniittees of the masters alliance
are hard at work on the matter of
givi'ng to this rltv and to the visitors
that may come here from afar, the
best entertainment that lias ever been
given to a baptist gaithe.rJ:"'?.
The ministers renorts further sliow
f d thut. seven baptist chairciies cf the
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
A speolal Mother's Day Service will
he held at the reeular 11 o'clock wor
ship Sunday .monlng. The pastor will
.preach on "Mothers" as "Builders."
Special music will be rendered. The
After the new, revenue tax g3ts
into good working otder, prohibition
will be more economical than ever. tisni, as ordered bv Our i.oru a mi-
I viour Jesus C'-rist. The number of
tr.,i persons baptised were between seven-
nauir.ll . Kn,loil Much .llscus-
oity baptized at he same flow n sc.ilture, Bermon and Mt ot
at the ,arf on .the C""""! th worship will all be In keeping
where rthe Ban' at. and thotisands c h The rr hers are espeo'al
tne ciuzens ui u, i.ijr iy jnvlted. All are welcome,
to wn'ress the s'emn righ's cf bni- '
Fifth Avenue South.
I After .the liberty loan, in
sequence may come the victory loan 1
and the peace loan.
Purents may not mind their ch(b
ty-flve and one hundred. Much discus-; Rev. E. W. Hawtho
s'o" aroso over the nues'ion of the p4 'Jay -;:l.'jol
Hawthorne, D. D.( Pastor.
!Piu.iri.)ii y at 9:.",0
B-yth the 'rrtlv rpViTcf' and th
church are making preparations to
celebrate Mothers' Day. Appropriate
muse, readings, short addresses with
Bible nuc-tP.H'Oiis on the life and char
acter of mcther', will be features of the
Fiundav School exercises ait 9:30 a.ttt.
Rev. Ellin'Ston will, preach the first
of Mie series of three sermons, Sunday
night on city life; tits advantages and
disadvantages. The theme of .his first
discourse m.ill be, "The Fall of Sod
om." Large congregations are expect
ed at all of these services.
St. Andrews Presbyterian
Fifth Sunday atter Easter.
The Ep.''St!e St. James 1:22. The Gos
pel St. JoKti 15:2:1. Thursday, 17th
Rev. Jackson has gone to Tusca
loosa, Ala., to attend the Commence
mcnt Exercises of Stillman Inst., and
also .to attend the Fourth Annual Bible
Conference and a meeting of the A. A.
S. -which convenes there during the
same week. During his absnce, the
pulpit twill be sup-plied by the Rev. G.
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S, D. LYOHS. Gen.Agt. 314 East Second SI
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Weather
spoon spent Sunday at Santa Fe.
They worshipped at the Baipfet ehuroa
Prs. Marshal Booker ot Mt. Pleasant
was a welcome visitor at the A. M.
K. church Sunday. Mrs. Booker was
ioniitv of ins'nr of ft iwrY.'st rhuj-ch I A.'M., nd the teachers ana pupils and
i...i.,io. tho 'ounriiiintpa f n bant'st i ever. ' nven iber of the church are cn-
,.',, Av-pr which hp had no minis'e- vited to be present, not later than . bidding -hor many friends and relatives
t Mill III UVCl Hill II IIC ..... . . i.U- . I. .1. - I n .1 V.. U ..t1l ln n. rVhtnn rrr
r'll rp'a'lrn, -pe'ther others trom xnei iu:,r.i j. in., uuai eacn may biuuv iiie ; -i e 01 mre'wui itravo ivi vui"-ui
f,drcn as well as they should, but the u,. m qiiestion by vce to do so. I lesson in the opaaclty of the uhurch 111., In a few days. She left for Mt.
some of j our m'sdeeds r Hhortcom-! children say they are Improving,
iiigs, but rather i;ive her all the ; ; .
tdeasurp vtm fan mmmnrifl. Rlinur t'i A Into oni'inp- will pnrniit vnlnn.
!r that she is really the sweetest 1 leer gardeners to catch up with 'members of its own loin, or tne 1
; Br tlv selves the church who mas
and most complete woman in the their good re oluticms. been elected by the na-stor. The tnee-
universe. Wear the (lower Sunday:! J Ine Is looklmr after every .rlmse ne
don't forget it, us it will signal's? 1 ;ciol made both sunshine and Sun-! reiir'ous -and busine rela'lons of
jour love for liei day. We don't know, who devised 1 the Ba!tists in the c'ty ti'nr ye inn.
U t,orpl,n,.o vnr lvln mH, : N.liin. tnl,lo ! rPSentel in tlUS DC1UV. Wile I .lmr,n,m
lias crossed the great divide, Eee that
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-,t tivot tho hnr,Mnt church can onlv, lesson to the capacity of the church Mrs. L. C. George left for
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or.loi. ihan in bv erxve OllP CT
and in the .geographical sketches of i Grove Monday for. an Indefinite 9w.
the lands of the Bible. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Russell and Mrs.
Divine Service. Brhron Bryant spent Saturday tn
Preaching at 11:30 A. M by the Columbia shoppiup. While there, tfi-ei-pasi'or,
Subject, "LOVE'S TRIUMPH : were the .goiests of M.rs. C. B. Ander-
OVHB SIN. (Mark XVI 7) Theme, , son
to Columib'a. Miss Myrtle Watkins was
entertained by Mr. Calvin Mastertam
and Mr. George Greenfield.
Miss .Mtyrtle Wtaklns made a fly.wg
dm Arititn Wednesday. She -was ae-
.ecirnipamled by her little brother George
Mr. Jas. cnurcn mauo a u"
trip to Columbia 'Monday.
Mr N M. Uhanie spent, last Sun
day at Hcwell, he left Monda" for
runtsvllle. Wfi regret very muelt to
report the death of Miss Estella
Goodrich, she died on .Mulberry
Avenue, her mother preceded her a
tew months ago. The members of
St. Paul are alive and are hustling
to raise five hundred dollars. We
wlBh for them overwhelming success.
Dr. Beaslev ot the white M. fc.
Church will preach for Rev. J. M.
Brown, pastor of St. Paul A. M. E.
Church, Sunday evening May the
13th. Monday did not seem like
first Monday. Well 114.00 and
J16.00 barrel of flour and $2.00
kDfcoi meal nlaved Its Dart In mak
ing the people stay at home and try
and reduce the prices. It is strange,
but people will not think, act and
do the right thing until the Al
mighty speaks on some wise like this.
We think It would be well if some
of us would return to some of the
customs of the 18th and 19th cen
tury, when people used to eat old
John conston all week and sit down
Sunday morning to one of those old
fashioned plates of oven size biscuits
and nil thp real, real old country but
ter and old fashion egg bread and
three or four fryers and load up for
another week and feel like he could
kick a mule down on Monday morn
ing, but it is just to the reverse, in
stead you hear these modern folks
say, "I've Just got to have my bis
cuits," and he getting from $4.00 to
$6.00 per week and paying $2.00
a week for flour, 90c for meat and
its not enough. House rent $2.00,
wood $1.25 and nothing for other
things which are necessary for
family comfort. We know we don't
get what our labor Is worth but we
could make It go further If we would
think, consider this. Mr. Samuel
Dismuke and wife left Sunday tor
their surrem resort on the moun
tain, they stopped over at Kelso. Rev.
D.'D. Word and son were in town
toiro iTni-ie Sam out and put In "Mc-
Celland but he was not any better
Little Jake Boy has got all tne teams
mi77.led. he has got too much stuff
nn his sleeve for the boys. Manager
Allen says ne nas- iwo more jubi o
good and says that he is going to
challenge Mgr. King of the Baptist
Htu swifts for a three game series.
The' three base hit that Henry Mc
Clain got, put old Carthage on top
final score was 3 to Z in favor or Car
thage. Batteries for Carthage, King
a,i i-T Prwnn. Rattpries for Hart-.
ville, McCellan, Foxall and Carter. .
a it 1 nlln knnrl anrl Via 1 1 nlllh
and Gordorrsville Juvenile ball club
met last Saturday in a battle. It
was the first game of the season for
both teams. It was an interesting
game. Gorionsvllle made three
bcores In the first inning, kept Car
thage shut out until the fifth Inning,
a.tet which there was three men on
bases when Tommie Pride brought
Carthage out of the hole, hitting for
a two bagger and tied the score. At
the last half ot the eighth Inning,
James Allen hit for a two bagger
and brought in three scores. The
stuff that (Bobble) Allen Nixon had
on the ball was too much lor the
Gordonsville lads. Batteries tor
Gordonsville, Smith and Dowell, bat
teries for Carthage, Nixon, Williams
and G. Pride. Final score was 6 to
3 in favor of Carthage.
Mr. Johnson Dowell who has been
indisposed for several months Is able
to be up again. Rev. C. H. Sim?
mons of Una, Tenn,, was with Benev
olent Order No. 62 and delivered an
excellent address along all lines of
duty. We are always glad to meet
Bro. Simmons in our order. He left
on Saturday, April 28 for Shop
Springs to be with B. O. No. 16.
Rev. C. H. Simmons was -the gueBt ot
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carter on Friday,
April 27th. The brass band here Is
flowers nre placed upon her grave., Turkey imagines- h Is ut War with
Wear the red rose In her memory the United States. Probably a
Jitr sacred memory, man's" fancy.
There will be exercises at the Pub
lic T.tliotv lit linn,, if ftlioi,'
With millions of eggs held In stor-
irwe dollars were raisen iy nj
Ions bantifit churches of the city -rep
rp3e"ted .'.n this bodv in their regular
'sick ! service on last Sundw. ,
Rev. C. H. Clark, D. D., Pastor.
Pev. J. T,. Hardlrai?. B. VT.. Sec.
E. W. Hawthorne, Reporter.
I .OVE THE FUNDAMENTAL J2LB-
MKNT IN CHRISTIANITY. The mem
bers re urged to come aiid hear the
sermon, amd tome on it'me, as many
visitors will be present who trust be
cordially received. Preaching by toe
Jmastor at. night, subject, 1H
Mrs. S. H. Strayhorn .!,s Indisposed at
Mr. I. C. .M'arUn lost a fine mule,
.Mwiday of last week. .
Mlrs! Floyd Reeves was the house
guest of Mrs. Ode Tucker last week,
She was accompanied by little Tim
YOUNG MAN'S MISTAKE." The gen- ina Rivers and Master Omiual Waln
eral public ts tovited to 'hear this ser- wrlght. Rev. Bobie Cheatham passed
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Monday from Bellville, their home
The Carthage Tigers and the
Hartsvllle base ball club met In the
Carthage base ball park last Satur
day. but poor old (Ashie) Sam
Foxall could not get enough on his
through our town Saturday en route ball for the Tigers. They had to
Brothers Sam Allen and Hancock,
faithful members ot Benevolent
Order No. 57 died a few weeks ago.
The society will sadly miss them.
Rev. C. H. Simmons of Una, Tenna
was with Benevolent Order No. Bfl
on Saturday evening, April. 28th and
enjoyed a nice time. Brother Sim
mons is always welcome In our midst.
Mrs. Hancock is seriously 111 at this
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN., JUNE 13-18.
1917. ' '