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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MAY 11, 1917.
Board by Rev. H. M. Burns. General
I Discussion.,, 4 '
r lt:S0 a.m. jMlsslonary Serm,JRev.
CHURCH AND SUN-
The church under the gigantic et-
rorts or Rev; J. h; Smith id' doing
a treat - work' ana we are proud or
this God-sent man and his beloved
, we., Despite the fact that times
axe." hard and money scarce, this
great leader and God-fearing man is
going braverjKon with Jehovah as his
captain. Every-vdepartment is put-
ting on new life. The superintendent
ot the Sunday school Is leaving no
ftone unturned to build up this de
partment - j : i I
. Sunday evening at. 8 d. m.. the'
ftev. Brumfield of Howard Congrega-fl
twnal Church, delivered an eloquent
eermoa to the delight of all present.
Come ngain,. Rev. Brumfield.
. Monday evening at 8:30 a large
audience was present to hear the
Rev-UV T. Vernon of Avery Chapel,
Memphis, Tenn., ex-register United
; States treasury and pulpit orator.
He held the audience ' under full
rvray for the time limited. We are
Jilways glad to have . such distin
guished men with us. Just here the
writer wants to pay a true compli
ment to Mr. Ira t. Bryant, who
with all of his great business career
, and days 0f earnest toll and great
mental strain of the great A. M. E.
8. S. Union, finds time to drop into
a service and that quite often. Hi.-
' t-edeccs.fcrs were seldom visitors,
only to their respective churches.
iBryant visits alj alike. ,
: jti The third Sunday -in June is the
'beginning of the great rally. At 3
'p. m., a sacred concert will be glv
in under the auspices of Company
;D, Miss M. B. Topp, captain. Wed
fneaflay night, May 16, Company G.
irtiT-SiY. Prize drill. Mrs. W. D.
: l-Racliw,' captain." May 14th to. ICtli,
i tan Ppen Air Social "at Gordon's
Chapel under the auspices of Mr9.
J? J. Scruggs, captain of Company
ill.. Monday afternoon, May 14, the
Tyree W.H. and F. Missionary So
ciety will meet. Further notice will
j We, the 3astor and mejmbers of
said dinrybj wish ft, tall the" atten
tion 6r our friends ' lo our revival
now going-on under the leadershiu
oi ev. saimtai m SKel(on. - The
president "of the Interdenominational
-J0:T5'a.mTR?rort'ttf State Mkslotmhlr-part rt Snor-de Lisa In 'Patria'
and here I am again In vllllany up to
my nac&. r not oni;
of "the weet atid lc
& S. Cuciby, Alternate Rev.
"rCoiieotlon and Adjournment.
, ,J i, Afternoon Session
2:30 p.m. Reassemble, Report
Committee on Annual Program.
month. "'Having' closed very suc
cessful meeting at Mubbard Chapel
last week, with the conversion of
26 , persons. Our good pastor. Rev.
R. A. White has beea successful in
getting him to come to our church
and we are now in the midst of a
great revival and we invite, every
body' to come out nad hear thi.,
great man ot God, who has a heart
burning message for the broken
hearted and all of those who would
like to know Jesus and accept him
for ' Uielr
Saviour. Everybody is
JR. A. WHITE, Pastor,
86 Wharf avenue.
The National Life and Acci
dent Insurance Co.
Cash Capital $360,000.00
Lilt, Health and Accident
Insurance in one Policy
Waekly and Monthly Premium
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
I .even, try to marry, her. I
J"So ' I m not so ur I that I am
pleased at having done the part of
De Umvvreli, for. tt.majt mean that
my reform is to be- delayed and that
! my ambition to be. a quiet, peaceable
3cfla p.m. Report of tileisurer Dr. ! and lovable stage character cannot
' oe reauzea just yet.'- - . -
Aiajeroni comes of a noted
actors. In 'addition to this.
nephew of the famous Adelaide
D. A, Ferguson. Kiatori, tne bafafr Bernhardt of Italy
Collection and Benediction. I in her day. - - '
7:30 p.m. Reassemble, Devotions by j , 1
Revs. D. Collins and B. H. West. j , " j 'l " . XT ..
Sermon by Rev. E. W. Hawthorne.; Administrators .Notice
Alternate Rev. J. C. Fields. , i Having qualified lia the Admdnistra-
' '' ' . .tor of the late Betty Reynolds, this is
i to notify all parties, holding claims
! against ber to present them for liqui
; dation. All who are indebted to her
Sundav was an ideal day for the w 111 Please come forward and settle.
ATKrllllng bituation. :i
.bra Tatrla,' but
EvancellHtlr Riironii Af the 1 V" uun, u. u.
o..r Z ' 'v.: .SZ Z"J T1V:. 5:00. MBC Educational Interests. Ms- Ir-
. ..... . ., . mission led bv Rev. J. A. Rrown ! ramliy 0
a ereat. revival in ivasnvwe mis V . v r , he is a
" SOUTH PITTSBURG.
Knights of Pythias of South Pitts
burgh and Richard City jointly. The
ladles' courts and the Juveniles. The
public turned out in geat numbers to
witness the- annual program at Mt.
Bethlehem Baptist church at 3 p.m.
The Knights marched from the hall'to
the church. Knight- J. J. McElroy,
Master of Ceremonies, brilliantly per
formed his task. The Knights were
given seats on the right of the altar,
. . Administrator. ,
GALEDA CLASS, MT.
"The Galeda Class of the Mt. Xebo
Baptist Sunday School met Simdnv
evening, April 29, at 3:30 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. Tennie Talley, 2244
Herman Street. The meeting was call-
ed to order by the president singing,
'T,- C.i 1 K m,. , .. .
-i.i cum o ju inj viuara, praj'er by
Mrs. Brooks. Reading Lesson, John
13:1-13. Much important business
was comj)leited. On Sunday evening,
May 13 at 8 o'clock iii the auditorlitm
of the church the Galedas will render n W. L. MlLlttr. H( pripdpal of ilir
"Sacred Concert," one of the most in- i city school many successive terms, a
ujresung leatures about this concert
is every number will be in memory of
"Mother." Come out and bring your
niothef, friends and loved ones, and en
Joy the program.
Monaay nignt May 14th, at S o
Lucas H. Campbell.
May Rules, 1917.
In this cause it appearing to - the
the Courts on the left, the Juveniles i satisfaction of the Court that the de-
In the choir stand, who furnished most jfendant is a non-resident of the State
exceltent music for the occasion with 1 of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
Mrs. W. J. Astrapp at the piano. Pray-1 process of law cannot be served upon
er was offered bv Knieht Bonnett. i him; it is therefore ordered that said
Then the Pythian Ode followed. Re- defendant enter his appearance here-
marks by Chancellor Commander Lu-1 m at the May term of the Davidson
ther Cummings. Mrs. Emma Blvens i County Circuit Court, to be holden at
read a valuable selection. Mrs. S. E. I the Court House in Nashville, Tennes
Oliver read an instructive paper: see, on the First Monday in May, it be
"Stand for the good of the order." Se-1 hig a rule day of this Court, and de
lection by the choir was then render-1 fend, or said complainant's bill will
ed. Knight W. L. Miller of Nashville 'be taken for confessed as to him and
The silvertoned orator was introduc
ed and delivered a most interesting
address which was heartily received
and applauded. Every one around is
always glad to hear the name, Knight
set for hearing ex parte. It is there
fore ordered that a copy of this order
be published for four weeks In suc
cession in the Nashville Globe, a
newspaper published in Nashville.
W. B. COOK, Clerk.
ROBERT S, WEBB, D. C.
G. P. ANDERSON.
Solicitor for Complainant.
,; ;. March Rules 1917.
i In this cause it appearing to the sat-
isfaction of the Court that the de-
charter member of Eureka Lodge
here. We heartily welcome him any
time. Knight A. P. Shockley, Past
Chancellor of Jasper Lodge was pre
sented, and gave excellent and in
structive reniarirs. Rev. E. W. .Wil-
clock in the same Place, the class will i Hams was then introduced and preach-
give a very unlnue en tfirtatnmpnt -lied an "interesting sermon. All who
Mock Wedding." All of the particl- heard it was greatly benefitted. .
pants being young ladies. Don't fail to Jlme- Jea'1 Baily, Phreonolosjist apd
he tirpspnt ;liltlf son I.pon. of New Orleans. Ija..
The hostess served a dainty menu I ''as been m our town for a rew weeks. fendant is a non-resident of the State
The class adjourned to meet on Men-! She will now spend some time in ; of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
rt.iv 7- !0 ntn lnv oiot i oioi Hff'hnril r f mwess ul liiw cjuiuul ua sci reu upu
, r o.l . ,d .un-i .. . , , . ,.- .v - i i ii.i i.i
Miss Lillian Shlpp the efficient nurse a "'"reiure urucieu ui.n aiu
! at the Little Battle Creek Sanitarium, j defendant enter his appearance herein
land Dr. Astrapp, who has been with; at the May term of the Davidson
I us for the past two years, left last j County Circuit Court, to be holden at
iSatiirdav for her home in Vicksburg, the Court House in Nashville, Tennes-
Misa. Miss Shipp made many frienils ' see, on the 1 Monday in .May. it being
while here and was loved by her pa-a rule day of this Court, and defend,
er said .complainants 'diu wwi ue
taken for confessed as to him and set
ry St., with Mrs. L. Brooks.
BETHEL A. MX
for hearing ex parte. . It Is therefore
ordered that a copy of this order be
published for four weeks in succes-
rr: r-r : :
t J RelievesCATA
x . , . , I tients on whom she waited and every
; Last Sunday being unusually cool ' one that met her. Dr. and Mrs. Astrapp
for the month of May, though we had rP1?rettel that her stav was not lorn;
a large representative of the member- j er w ith them
ship at both 11:00 o'clock and at 8:00! Pmf t p' r.reer has looked sad
which was ociciated by the worthy ' since iast Saturday about one o'clock ' sion in the Nashville Globe, a news.
; . .1 ---"" -i-w o.c...... i wonder wnai is nis trounie. ymnri ijuuustou
y administered and the candidates for' Mr3. j. j. McElrov has just returned i W. B. (O0K, Clerk.
, baptism took vows which same will be ; from Pecherd from the quarterlv meet- i ROBERT S. VEBB, D. C.
baptized next Sunday at 6 a.m. The,!.,.. p ',,,, mii. .mi.n. V. ANDEKSON.
lecture on last Tuesday night by Dr. Educational Society and B. V. P. U. Solicitor for Complainant,
yernon was well received. All persons she reports a grand session. .
mieu to a mgner sianaard and Call nt Mrs. Heu,ry Masten's on
have gathered fresh courage and took First gtreet for nice fresh mustard
on new zeal in life. All departments of greens
the church are alive. Mrs.' Guv Braden has returned from
You are welcome at all times to ! Pulaski, Tenn., where she spent an
or.no mm worstnp wirn Us. Uninvahle week with home folks No
REV. S. J. HOWARD,
R..ni t,Nptar Court Rldnc Phon
, , Oflka M l77
W. H. ODEN
RBAL CSTATC BROKER.
PMC HOMtS AND FARMS ON CASV TERMS.
Odn hM the enrimee. He kncmB Aral KBUtf
MslaeM and U wHtiiig to gtit vau the bamM of Ml
asanr yrara aKnerienoa. Yuu will not go wrorir when
roo.ee urtnnibat . all. Aiaoey loaned at low rate,
o Heal fcuao. See OUEN. He know..
Pastor and Members of the
Duck River Baptist
Church Near Colum
bia Will Enter
wonder Mr. Guy Braden is all smiles
again. . ' -
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ware and lit
tle daughter Dorothy were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs; Jarrett Cummings,
the former's uncle.
John Ed. Roberts, - .
: : June Rules 1917.
In this cause It appearing to the rise up and fill their
What looks like the end of the.
Masked Stranger is accomplished by I
the nefarious BefiUey in tbf slxtn eoF;
sods of Pathe'B '.."Mystery ot the,
Double Cross" serial to do shown at i
the Star theatre Monday. ... ..
With ft sUacex pu. h-hvswv gentles i
fires across the street at tne anaaow
of the Stranger thrown on the shade
of his window;" The silhouette Is seen
to fall and the audience gasps. Then
however, the camera gives us a flash
of the Stranger's room. "With a rue
ful smile on his face he picks up the
plaster cast which Bentley has shot
and smiles when he thinks of ths
latter's discomfiture1 oti learning the
tutu. " 1 : -Mr.
0. 0. Clendenen.
Successor oC. J. H. Green ;as' head ,
waiter. Mr. Cledenea served,' first, as cap
tain and then worked his way to
assistant jbeadwaiter ryrtien the new
Commercial Club opened. : His host
of friends wish him Godspeed in his
new field. '
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL '' CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
Rev. J. P. RoMShson, D. D.
This is a great question to be set
tled, and I hope it will be settled
this very year and settled right, ab
solutely and once for all. No man
can be a real man as long as some
one else has to feed him. The one
thing that has kept the South de
pendent has been that although she
has had the best opportunity of any
section or at least as good an oppor
tunity as any to produce leea, sne
has spent her time almost complete
ly, in raising cotton. Now cotton is
a good product but it is one that you
cannot eat. ..Hence iu our bvuuub,
the south has left out the thought
feed yourself. , '
When the people come to the God
given doctrine of feeding them
selves, there will come a change in
every phase or nie s anairs. . mo
man that learns the lesson of self
feed will be the best kind of a neigh
bor and citizen. This self-feeding
should have been taught and done
long time ago but it nas neen ieu
Untaught and undone. For this
reason you will find the nation weak
both mentally and physically. Raise
what you consume; do this and you
will be doing one or tne greatest
things in your life. Life will be
sweeter : and win lasi lunger.
The earth is candid and has no par
ticular friends to care for. Her
doctrine is that the man who stirs
her to the full will be fed. .
What causes all this talk about
feedstuff? One will be surprised to
know that in many portions of the
world especially beyond . the seas,
where the war is on, there is no one
to stir the ground for food; nence
not only will those countries that
can make food be compelled to feed
themselves but they must also help
feed their unfortunate allies. And
we in this country instead of sending
to the North and West for bread will
have to raise it at home and keep it
here in our own cribs. It not, we
will suffer the pangs of hunger.
' Millions of tons 'of foodstuff are
being sent to the bottom of the ocean
every week and unless the people
Chicago, St Louis,
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Excellent Dining. Car Service All Meals En Route. -i
Shortest . . .
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".Free Reclining Chair Car; and
i' Coach between NashYille and St. Louis. '
Daylight Trip Via Chattanooga and.
Premier Carrier of the South.
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant is a non-resMent of the State
of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon
her: it is therefore ordered that
The Ladies Missionary and Kduca
tional Society met at the -beautiful
home of Sister Lillie Cox. The lesson
. ! saiiW defendant enter her appearance
herein at the May term of the David
son County Circuit Court, to be holden
SOUTHERN RAILWAY PASSENGER CARRYING SER-"
' VICE B COMPLETE ', '
W .lilnltloii and Chattanooia l.lniea -
Alan other Important Tratina To and ram
Ral Palm Cincinaali-Manm Hpeeial Kanaaa City-Florida
- ND..ial r-rolina Np.rial Aaauata Sprri-I Bir.
.-iS?. I-l MamsliiaHanial New York ad NarW-i
Southern Railway Passenger Carrying Service Is Convenient and Com '
pkte Including the Higheft Types of Coaches. Dining Cars. Pullman
Sleeping Cars and Parlor Cars. ' ' -
THI SOUTHiRN SERVES THE SOUTH soutnrm nauwu
1 over 7,000 milos of road, all of whirh is located in theSoulh in eljven W '
feront Stfttea andin tna uiunci pi woiuroum. . .
CHEAP TICKETS TO THE SOUTH . . r
Sicfolioaa opportunity ollaretl Ham Sekera wuoinaiaio
Va1itle tb Soothe Slalea. I'or Foil Parlionlari Writ
M V. RICHARDS. Cornmla
ionar, Waahinfton, p. C.
I nt tha rnnrt. House in Nashville. Ten
was interesting, each one taking an 1 n. m( hto,, tn t,,o
active part. Courses of fruits were -
S6Mrs' Mm Douulass the President (defend, or said complainant's bill will
leschoo, conuneucenienteered that aomisrder
SenYo? theA A fe I n in the Nash viHe Globe, a news.
Vnrmnt will deliver the snee.fh to the P"m.ueu
Columbia, Tenn., According to ad
vice just received from the headmiar-
ters of tli e Missionary Baptist State i paduatins class, Thursday night,
Convention, the Second Quarterly Meet i May LMth, the primary grades under
ilig of the Executive Board of the Mis-Mrs. J. J. McElroy will, perforin. Frl-
sionary Baptist State Convention has i day night, May 25th, the concluding
been called to meet with the Duck j program of tne higher grades under
River Baptist Church near this city, 1 Mrs. Hatcher and Prof. J. P. Greer,
under the iastorate of the Rev. M. ! Miss Janie Lightfoot and Mr. Jno.
D. Batson, D. D. The meeting days will i Williams were seen last Sunday in the
he IJiursday, aiwl Friday, May 17-1Sth. latter's car, headed for Victoria to
W. B. COOK, Clerk.
W. H. L1NGVER, D.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Solicitor for Complainant.
The purpose of the meeting, so it is
learned, will be to prepare a program
i for their State Convention which is to
! conveno wiilt.li the Mt. Zion Barrtist
Church at Smyrna, during the month of
July. The call for the Board is being
sent out by Rev. J. L. Harding, D. D
and Rev. H. Mi. Burns, D. D., of Nasih
witness the foot-washing of the Prim
i'ive Baptist members of which Mr.
Williams is a member.
' Mrs. Willie Hale and husband were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hill,
the former's parents out on Jasper
Mrs Eliza Edge, Worthy Counsel
May Rules, 1917.
ville, president, and secretary respec-1 lor of Pheonix Court is always at her
ROOFER 0 R LATER EVERY
i CBLRCH WILL JIAVE A
; SANITARY COM Mil N
J ' ION (SERVICE. .,.
.There is a glass for each , com-
manicant.' Tell us how many
you have to commune land we
will make up an estimate of
the cost of a set , for you.
WR1TI, SENDING A TWO-CtNT STAMP FOR RCP1Y 10
JJlaliijrial B aptist P uhli shing JB o ard
' R. H. BOYD, Sacrrflary j
623 Stccrd Avenue. Ntrth KAiliilUF, T I
tivoly of the convention
It is understood that all members
of the Board consisting of the officials
of the Convention the president and
officials of the Sunday School Conven
tion and 11 the officers of the various
auxiliaries to tlio convention are ef
fected by this call. Rev. Batson and
Rev, S. S. Cumby were both in Nash
ville recently, Rev. Cumby even go
ing as far as Springfield, and it is
understood ithat a large delegation will
come down arwl go put from the Duck
River Baptist Church of this city. The
following program ihrts been arranged
for the Board meeting:
Thursday Night, May 17, 1917.
8:0' p.m. Dr, C. H. Clark, D. D., of
Nashville, will preach the Introductory
! Sermon. Alternate Rev. J. T. Tunstill,
Friday Morning Session,
i- .0:00 a.m. Devotions byr,Rev. J. A.
: Brown '. and h. W,. McCord, , Enroll
i ments, payment of one (fl.Ofl) dollar
Mid report ot the First Quarterly
; Meeting of the Board. The discussion
of the same led by Rev. A. V. Porter,
I Nashville. '
; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stapler are pa
tiently awaiting the arrival ot their
daughter; Annie, from Roger Williams
where she has been attending school.
Mrs. Lizzie Eldridge says it feels
Mrs. If. B. Douglass will soon or
ganize a House-Keepers' Club. :
Rev. Hatcher and Mr. J. .D. Martin
says every body better farm this year
so they tipped and went at tt. Mr
Martin tried to use his car tor a horse
in the field but it didn't understand
geo and har.
' ' S ' '
; : .
George Majeroni . Has To
: .Be AVillian."
In this cause it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant is a non-resident of the State
ot Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon
him; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance nere
nl at the May term of the Davidson
County Circuit Court, to be holden at
he Court House in Nashville, Ten
nessee, on the flrBt Monday in May,
It being a rule day ot this Court,
and defend, or said complainant's bill
will be taken for confessed as to
kim and set for hearing ex parte.
It is therefore ' ordered that a copy
f. this order be published" for four
weeks, in 'succession in the Nashville
Globe,' a newspaper publisned m
W. B. COOK, Clerk.
W. H. LINGNETR, D. C.
r.' P. RHINE.9, : .'!.': '
Solicitor 'for' Complainant.
turn back to the making and filling
up of their own smoke houses, noth
ing will come to us but starvation
and ruin. For a number of years, we
have depended upon the North and
West for corn and pork, but in order
now to keep away the wolf from the
doors of the people of this section,
we will have to make this land an
other Egypt. Millions of men who
have been the bread-winners must
ere ong be on the battle-field to pro
tect home and property. Tbeir
duties will be such that they "cannot
stir the earth any more. Hence there
must of necessity be redoubled ef
forts on the part of some to eed the
millions left behind. I can now see
as never before, the appaling con
dition we are facing.
But we are not helpless at this
time for we can plant all that is
necessary for us to consume and
gather it that we. may not feel the
terrible monster hunger, ana avoia
the impending panic when it , shall
rush down upon us. Let every in4H4r lV
take warning and prepare for thMwpttf tine
exodus, of laborers, and action, sim
ilar to that taken at the West Point
meeting, is being urged in other
places. Some of the more conserva
tive employers advise less' drastic ac
tion. It is pointed out that the Jahor
agents have the protection of the
law and that complications will in
evitably result if the oitizefas pro
ceed with, the single idea that the
only way in which they can hold
their labor is by literally ejecting
the agents from their districts. Mak
ing conditions in the South more at
tractive to the Negro laborer wiil,
it is said, be a more peaceful means
of forcing the labor agent to close
THE FIGHT AGAINST WHISKEY. ;
New York, N. Y. The fight against '
whiskey is on with a vengeance.
Temperance advocates thftiugliout
the country are urging that it lie
uprooted, and that this curse of the
ages be definitely relegated to the
rear. Tho Hearst newspapers through
out the country, led by the New
York American, have come out with,
a bugle blast against whiskey in
burning words of tire. - The Ameri
can rays: ...
Whiskey and strong liquors can be
sold in Germany only during speci
fied hours, but on the other hand,
BEERS AND LIGHT WINES ARK
A PART OF THE SOLDIERS' RA
TION AT TOE FRONT. The war
is driving Europe to temperance
it, is doubtful if Europe, facing
iianiendous problems that wui
condition that must come for unle&53gWow''the war, will ever again per-
this warning is heeded it will be im
possible for us to escape the scourge.
The United States is already at war
with a foreign country and there will
be no such thing as our not feeling
the pinch. In fact we are feeling it
now but not near so much as we will
if we do not feed ourselves. :
. The" People's Defender..
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL . CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
GROW O.UT THE
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' by ustno
Kings Nu-Hair Quinine Pomade
Thil wona'crtiilliikirowor cleant the scalp ! all
dandrgll, leeda the roots af tha ttubbora hair ana
araws i t ntca audi oiio in very short time. Then it
is easy to comb and fii in diflerentstyles. Guarao
teed ta da as are say ar money refunded. At your
druoiist ar mailed direct an receipt at 25 cents.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
King Specialty Co. Dept. A
' Chattenoola. Tenn
Kind Specialty Co.l used your NuHair Rind Specialty Co. Dear Company: Your
only a abort time and my hair faaa drown to . .'Nu-Hair does lust like you say and lean
wonderful lendthu U tathe beat I ever used. truthfully aay its the beat hair rover and
i 3 It A
tonic iii' the world.
- Margaret Meyers
George Majeroni, who as one of the
arch villians supports Mrs.' Vernon
Castle in the International Patriotic
nhotonlav serial "Patria" released by
Pathe and showing at the Star Thea
tre Thursday was being congratulat
ed by his friends on his success' in
the part after a private showing of
"I don't know whether to he pleas'
ed with yjif congratulations or not,"
he said, rather mournfully. "I have
been on the stage full twenty years
end have been trying for the greater
part of tha". time to quit bs.ing a
villian, but it seems without sucies.i
In spite of all my efforts to reform,
it seems 'I smile, and smile, and am a
villiam still.' Throughout my stage
career I have plotted crimes and mur
ders without end and have killed and
slain until this hand is redder than
that of any Borgia. When there was
no one else to kill I have had to kill
myself a score of times, proving my
Belt to have more lives than the pro
verbial cat. .
"It was nruse. I was set upon for
7Tr 'NOTES! :";
Brief Bits Tof "Mews' and Comment
I on Men-'and Measures.
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NEGRO LABOR EXO
DUS CAUSES CRISIS
" in south;
West Point, -Miss. At a.. .mass
meeting, of Vest., rPolnt .and . Clay
County citizens, the labor situation
resulting from,., the departure ot
thousands of Negroes for the North,
was-discussed.' A "resolution , was
passed ' providing for the ' appoint
ment of a' committee of twenty t
inform, each labor agent in the coun
ty that his business is ruinous to the
county and nlso to request him to
desist from recruiting Negro labor
for other parts of the country.,
The labor situation in many parts
of Mississippi is approaching a
crisis. In fact, the whole 'of the
South is being aroused by the daily
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mit alcohol to resume its damnable
and destructive rule. The United
States, preparing for war, in the
very beginning might well profit by
Europes experience. vvnisKey
the great blight of efficiency.
Favages are not less harmful
peace than in war, only more appa
rent in war.
The Hearst newspapers have
fought for temperancfe for twenty
years. Defending his sweeping or
der excluding advertisements of ar
dent liquors from all - his publica-
tions. Mr. Hearst said: '-
"Our papers for years have cm
sad ed against the ns of whiskey and
all ' such ardent liquors, believing
such'- strong drink t0: be ' destructive
of the mentality and morality
humanity as well as of the physical
efficiency of mankind," i '
'This is the truth' about ' strong
Hhnor ' thai. Eiirono"' has learned
the death 1 grips '-' of ' t' battlfH-DE-
STRUCTIVB OP THE MENTALITY
AND MORALITY '' OE - HUMANITY
AS-WELL" 'AS OF THE PHYSICAI.
EFFICIENCY OF 'MANKIND."
- Let one of the very first measures
of American war preparation be
blow at 'whlf.key. A law forbidding
the manufacture, purchase or sale of
liquors' containing more-than 14 per
cent ot alcohol, suon as nns Deen re
cently' passed by the California Se
nate, will save more lives, prevent
more misery,- bring more happiness
than all ' the rictories at arms put
together. And In the meantime; let
us enhance our chances of-a victory
at arms by' destroying ' the ; enemy
whiskey that is attacking the nation
with such frightful i results v from
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LOUISVILLE AND. H0PKIHS7ILLE
The Pastor's Fund of Sylvan St.
Baptist Church met with Mr. W. M.
rhillips.at the resilience of Mrs. U.
V. Lane, presiaent, 108 North 8th
street, May 7, 1917. The meeting
was opened as usual with, the pres
irtent presiding. - A part , of the
14 th Chapter of John was read by
Mrs. Edd Ford. Song and prayer
were led by Rev. ' J, R. Evans, the
itastor. The ' houso was then' an
nounced ready 1 for business.-' The
roll was called and members respond
ed with verses and ' dues After
much" business was transacted ' the
club 1 received many encouraging re
marks' made, by Mr. King -of Roger
Williams and the pastor, which
were botfti" logically nnff interestingly!
put together. Among tne- otner
visitors were -Mrs. Chubb, Mrs.
Mtoore Mra- Wiiightt iMisses-Mi U
and 'Julia Branham, who assisted in
serving- as- hostess. , After- closing re-
ful Ice course. Tho club' okljourned
to meet witli'M.rs. Lila Clem, 701
S. Tenth street, May i, 1917.
YOTJ ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-13.