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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY JUNE 15. 1917.
NEBRASKA INDIANS vs, AIL STARS
SUNDAY AM) MONDAY
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A MTide Open Door.
STANDING OF CAPITAL
CITY LEAGUE. ,
Fllaek Sox . .
Nationals . . .
B. H. Swifts
The all-stars of the Capital Citv
League is the strongest team in the
:-oun, defeating the Nebraska In
dians June 1 1th 7 to 3.
.Mayers, left field.
Ware, center field.
Cliristmnn, risht riti 1.
Hurt, first base.
I'oyd. pinch hitter.
At Greenwood Park June 11, 1917.
At Creenwood Park June II. 1917.
, the All-Stars of the City League de
1 feated the Nebraska Indians in a fast
The Indians were outclassed In :,n'' e,(('l,iT1B game by a score of 7 to
both panics, as the Stars outplaven " " vas a eooA anfl faat Playen
iliem In all the games, but luk beat j ga,ne wl,h Plenty of life. Venson of
them in the first eame. i"" B'n'k Sox started the game hut
jn rather wild; he couldn't get. his
I love mv wife, hot Oi v,i n ur,s lo urea eni anu was re
Preston Taylor sure knew what, he
'iia doing when he selected Manager
Lllison to pick his all-stars to play
the Indians. That was not su' h .i
hard Job for them, as he had all of the
stars with the Nationals, except Strat
ton, Ware and Christman.
Charlton playing name as Johnnie
Ked is sure a king I n the outfield
end a catcher among the best. There
is nothing in sight. Red, that can beat
you catching. Keep it up. boy, and
there will come a day when you can
make your living playing ball".
Street, playing name Shine, is the
best short stop in Nashville. Ask
the Indians: the feature of the game
was the great fielding of Ellis, play
ing name, "Money," the Nationals'
great third baseman, with Shafter,
our Texas kid, crying. "Gt 'em lh
there, boy " We are with you, red
Johnnie was cryin.s, "Shoot it, Wil
liams. I pay them off to Shafter.
Look out. big chief; but that curve
ball, hit it, white folks, hit it," that
was his cry.
Manager Ellison pays his most duo
respect to Stratton, Ware and Christ
man for their great help in playing
the Indians. That kid, S'ratton, sure
is a ball player. With Ware behind
the bat crying, "Wait a minute, little
boy, now shoot it, shoot it," and he
was sure shooting it. Christman
played field for the all-slars in great
form. O'r. Wihittsy, that's a greut
ball player. You've, got to stick to
Myers, playinc name, "Black Dad
dy," lost his hUting eye but he is h
fielder by trade, getting everything
'hat comes his way. I love my wite,
but, O you Phillips. That Black So
kid is a whang.
Captain Hurt of the Nationals is
a first baseman by trade, getting
them in all styles. Keep it up, boy,
you can't be beat in Nashville.
Sad news came to Manager Ellison
that his $5,000 pitcher was on the
sick 1st. Webster, known as "Shot ."'
Be rn refill, little boy, and take care
of yourself for the Nationals neeu
If the public wants to sei good
games come out to Green .voort Park
even- Sunday and support the Capi
tal City Len.iue. iThat's the place to
get your money's worth.
lieved by Mang Stratton of the Sox,
who kept the wild men from putting
them where they wanted to. The All
Stars had plenty of good base run
ners who made hits count runs an 1
won easily. The fans weren't so
thick Monday. Thy are waiting to
see the Moroon-Indian game on Sun
day, June the 17th.
Street, ss 5 2 2 3
S'rntton. b and d
Ellis, 3b ...
V'nr, c . . .
Boyd, rf ..,
Phillips, cf 3
Williams, lb 4
Mrs. Willie Dobbins of St. Louis.
Mo., is visiting her mother and fa
! ther. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, 917
Mrs. Vary Shannon is very ill un
j der the treatment of Dr. G. L. Jack
son, Jr. -Mrs.
Mollie Holland of C07 Thirty
j PiTh avenue, who has been su.Terins
' with trouble of htT eyes, is able to
, lie ot:t doors. I
1 St Luke A. M. E. Church has lost ;
lone of her most nroiultr'nt menhers 1
In the person of Rev. W. Y. llorten.
! who is pas'oring Smfhville and :
'. Wowelltown. We miss him very much ;
.nil ivgret his leaving hut hope him'
i much success. j
! Mrs. Mamie Moore of V'?0 Thir-
! teenth avenue, S, left f;-r In'hna'ioj
lis, Ind.. for an indefinite sta'. I
Mrs. A. 11. MtTronm. wh is stil' j
w'h her sister, Mrs. Jo s'e Boirv,,
12 0 Thirteenth avenue, S. wh" has I
been ill the vast six nun hs. is ri;
idly improving. Phe was visited thisi
week by her little niece, Hl'n-h
liuii.gh, of Knirkliu. also M s. Matti
Kinnard and her niece and nephew,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pod raff enried. Pt
Indianapolis, In 1. Mrs. Jennie Lee I
and her brother iu-Uvv, Chis. Corn,
of Franklin, Tenn , isited her this'
Mrs. Effie Helem of Pirt' i igham. i
Ala., f rant a very pleasant afternoon
with Mrs. A. H. 'McUroom en route to
St. Louis, Mo.
Lillian Reba Garrett, the seven
year-old daughter of Mr. an 1 Mrs
Marshall Garrett, of t.'3 Webster i
street, is "o doubt one of ttie most
Lrilllant children in the city. Lillian
was promoted from the lA to the 21$
Fiade and received a card the las! I
day of school that gave her a schol-!
arship of 100. She is a pupil of
Meigs School, of whom hir teacher j
l&RPervs.dE. W. Jones and S. P Belts, Certainly it cannot be regarded with
both of Chattanooga, Tenn., passed i indifference or levity.
through Nashville last week en route Race literature is based on a Reni -
As a part of Nashville we throw open our dArs to the Visitors
and delepatrs to the Suuday School Congress. Ladies may
visit our Beauty I' rlors and get h r RLE SAMPLE box of QUINO
Hair Grow.r No key no lock au optn floor.
' null (Jtiiito School -
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n'ririlivlTnir in rn TTimiirr-irMTrTHf riTrnrm iBTTHmrrnn
Well p.'ayvd productions have been
! foaf.ired ail this w eek at the Bijou
"Womanhood." screened last Friday
and rivurday, was indeed a great pic
ture, highly pleasing; immense audi-
ences both days. The program noxt
T tek is entirely within keeping wi n
the high character of th'.s attrac ive
play house. .
I Satisfied patrons aro loud in their
I praise of the splendid en ertainments
j niven at the Star. The pictures mea
sure up to tne nign ntf ais set ny an
ai'er Moore. The offerings for next
week will be .sui reniely satisfying to
The Nicholas Sisters, presenting
one of the truly legitimate acts of
the Vaudeville stage, entitled "A
llaughter of Today," are at Dudley'
Mid-City Theatre this Awek. They
played finely at the Howard last,
week. On the bill of the 7th streec(
house Is also "Green Grass' Mason.
Frank J. P. Reed suffeerd a very
severe attack of throat trouble- while
in Pittsburgh, Pa., the week of Vay
S, but with the efficient treatments
Dr. A. N. Levy and the most klnd'aud
careful attention of Mr, and Mrs. Le-'-voy
Knox he was able to leave for
Schenec-today, N. Y Tuesday, June
5. . " ' .
Thetiews of the death of Ora Cris
best for the p-trons
REV. J. B. BECKHAM,
Auditor N. B. Convention.
..38JM iorth into glad fruition.
Develop a' literature. Make it dls-
33 7 12 27 7 4
AB R H PO A K
Dizier. 3b 3 0 1 3-
Two Dobs, ss . . . . 4 0 0 2
Polo. 2b 3 1 1 1
Snakein grass, lb ..4 0 0 12
"Martenizr If 4 1 0 0
Crazy Snake, rf . . 4 1 0 1
White Rull, c 4 0 2 7
White Moon, cf . . 4 0 0 0
Lovernow, p 4 0 1 0
ti'Ctl.e. "See the beauty in the sous
to their homes from Mt. Pleasant. I , humfln . weakness a weakness I d daughters of thy own flesh. Fer-
RevWz!.mnband otheprominenl !'med '; by one writer as rollows: rat out new roads of progress. Paint
ministers of the Primitive connection i "A human orm has many weakness- j nir pictures in the sunkissed brown
While in the city they were tlvj I es, mere inscrfption on paper or on of autumn. Know your hero and he
guests of Rev Mr. Hill, and spent the I monument , noUli for th ,. rolne ,n black...
nntlfd Hi,. cIpnt.QPofnv nTln vim. IMP: I
voive oniy questions or material nu- riciure your uero ana neruiue iu
rab lity. Put when a n an's name Is mighty deeds, in noble conduct, .In ro-
il-ra-d aril loved 'or a hundred years mantle love. Picture them in always
after he has ceased to use it, we con- successful roles with ability, pluck
points of interest in Nashville.
Mrs. Sallie Coleman of Ninth av-e
nue. North, left the city Friday eve
ning to visit her daughter, Mrs. Wm
Manning, of South Bend, Inl.. inde
We hope lor her a pleasant! l .ilo t! at it nmv live a thdusand, and i nd grit accomplishing Impossible
'.nr. Vjor Hawkins of Nortlifork, W.
. t'.-. dinr the Sunday Schoo.
Congress this week.
Mr. Chnrles Jac'-son the son of Rev.
and Mrs. G. L. Jackson 707, Lea Ave ,
0 is qul'e ill. Friends ase hoping for lum
o a speedy recovery.
agree to respect that name forever, things.
the hundreds of adiir.r.ef .this, po- w?U Jn. Baltimore nnri-Mrrow i
pularho: se. Manng r Moore fays; ; '" "b". V
Q i i una lllliuc DUimuiiiB w n - -
many seasons ana ner passing leaws,
a void that will be difficult to !'. Rhft
i n comedienne oi rare vrr-auuiy,
: pnd her metho-'s were entire o 1 lnal
snd true to tyre
Sidney Kl-knptr'ck n"d ' Iavh
Bowman, who have iut severed their
connection with the Quality Amuse
: me"t . Coloration, will sen here
shortiy In vaudeville. They have an.
evensive renTtoire ord th w'll be
nr attractions on the Dudley and
i other big ctrcuits tr-fughout tne
i oonn'rv. Thev will viilt Indianapo
'; lis within a few weeks. ' ..
The Howard Thenar is fi hnvn
some banner attractions for the next
two weeks. June 11 'Manager Thorn- .
as is to present Irvin T. Miller's cav
pable company of Mayers In the mu
steal comedy, "Broadway Rastu." Om
the 18th the ever-popular Quality
Amusement Corporation will hold
th- boards, with "The Nnt-jral Law",
as the offering. The cast will in-
Splen 'id audiences and s:dendt.l i
pictures continue to be the ba'tle ciy
of this theatre The program for
next week is an excellent one.
puintard Miller and his company -of
twelve pretty firls are fllliiiT the
boards at Lincoln's Electric Theatre,
Kansas City, 'Mo., this week. He re
ports business good.
Mills and FriBhy are at th Booker
Washington Theatre, SI. Louis, this
Dr. Whit H. Wright, forme.- y
writer of this column. Is in Nashville
this week. Shake, "Doc."
Smart Set moved on to Camden
N. J. Baltimore next.
round of complete success."
present. Idealize and idolize
Totals . .
... 32 3 5 2(i S i
base hit, Stratton:,
White and Bull; sacrifice hits, Sha'
tr. I'olow, Snaklngrass; stolen basrs.
Shafter 2, Two Dogs 1 ; struck out bv
Stratton 7. bv Lovernow 3; unses on
balls, Stratton 1, Lovernow 3; left on
bases, All-Stars 3, Indians '.; Time
of game, 1 hour. Attendance 150; Urn-
"'PI Moore and Callie Sceanes,
.ta'- e Harwell and Laura Wesiner,
110 Fifth avenue, south.
Wush Rogers and May Emma HilL
41 Triir.ible street.
William Bell and Johnnie Block.
I Herbert Cowan and Capitata Hydr
Hires. Miller and Green. Official Scor-112-15 Church street.
er, Wm. A. Glenn. I L'u'nrd Jackson and Anna McCIain,
'1713 McKinney 'street.
At Greenwood Park June 10th. ! v'pbster Pavis and Martlia Bell
At Greenwood Park, June 10th, fi5i Martin, Eleventh avenue, south
fans witnessed the game between thy ! .
All-Stars and the Indians last Sundav. I
The Indians put up a good game and i
rlefeatcd the All-Stars 2 to 1. Both !
teams played good ball and the fans.! , ,,..,,.., .c
were uncertain of the victor until the ! fara'1 Ji; "l,an s'
last man was oi.. lla"-' T,:o" ;:s:,n'
am r ii rn a r. ' " - e yat., 21
As 'vi'h' the individu il so with the Only thus will we ever become ap
race. For the same reason that we preciative of one another and awake
auree o resreit the name of the in- within, ourselves a real consciousness
dividual after he has ceased to u,se i . and unity of race.
Tor t!ie stune reus in we agree to re-' The future demands present acticn.
irect t' e name of the race for hun- Act! Act!
drnds of years a'ter it has passed otti' ALt in the living, present
he sta?e o' action. j Heart within and God o'erhead."
We rei;iect the Greeks and Pom-; .
na to-dav because they wisely ere- Dr A c Kenon pastor of the lgt
Trlxie Smith Is headed east.
Brooklyn, N. Y., besides beln.? a
citv of homes and churches,, has a
fine Colored Republican Club. The
Lniembers are mostly young men, wh(.
have as their objective the better
ment of the race socially and poli'.t
is on the sick list
atei a litera'ure that has lived evenpaptist Church,
unto the present. Ei'en though extinct : tnis weeit.
hey : et llve-and wi'l continue to j W(j are glad ,nat Mr8 E
'ive cs long as tl eir literature lives, i T- Ervln ls improving nicely.
Dozicr. ;;b 4
i'Two Dosrs, ss 4
Polo, 2 b 4
Snnkeingrnss, lb. . 3
'Mortlnez. If t)
Crazv Snnke, rf ... .2
White Bull, c .... 3
White Moon, cf .. 3
Chief, p 3
, rear 100.1 Me Camp-
Totals .. ..' .. 29
The All stars are ready to take ou
all visiting teams anil can entertain j
und Ben Taylor's A. H. C.'s. So "r ! seet ss
president is doing all he can to get j f..,,.,',,,,,,.
those teams downhere. Kills. 3b
Mr. Athletic, you ask the Naionati ' ""'0 '
to come out and fret their egg out di - '
the lowl. We will be out if you bet '',, ''f
frr. that vou can win. Call at 14:0itnian. rf
Grant street and deposit f'O at onco.
f.nd we will see if we can break your
egg on your bowl. Answer at once.
0 0 street.
2 0 '. is W'lit worth
3 0 u. c.
0 0 .lo'-n Copiiv
0 0 bell, ayenue.
0 ft !Mwi"i Lester-. 5 months 2S19 West
1 0 Hill street.
0 0 ii b'.'it lford. 4. 4:! Crockett.
3 ii W'liie 1 ec I'.rown, :, months. H'2'
3 27 0 0 Florence Jennings. 44, SO 6 Main
AB R H PO A E street.
Levi Webster, G7, Cleveland, O.
I Hurt, lb
Mr. Neal Boyd, known as "Woog,"
can sure hit the ball all around the
lot. Quit your noise, Woog, and let
in the came and you will be given
a better chance.
We thought those wee wee Athle
tics were dead; it has been so long
siuce we heard of them, as they went
down likfc the Titanic trying to break
up the Capital City League. Mr.
Whittaker said after the Indians'
pame it would be a long time before
you would see the Athletics" faces
mnin. 1 guess so, for if they piny
those hard-hitting Nationals they
have to go north to work in sonic
foundry to get on their feet aagin.
Manager Ellison said with this line
up he can stop any machine thai
comes to Nashville, if it is a Genua,
Street, short stop.
Shafter, second bace.
Ellis, third base.
. .0 00000700
3 base hits, Snakeingrass and Polo.
2 base hits, Shafter 2, Christman' 1,
Street 1, Ware 1. Stolen bases, Do
zier 1, Meyers 2, Shafter 2. Sacrifice
hits, Carpenter 1, Hurt 1. Struck out
bv Williams 6, by Chief 9. Bases on
balls, Williams 1, Chief 4. Left on
bases: All-Stars 5, Indians 1.
Umpires, Grady and Green.
Time of game, 1 hr. 50 min.
Wm. A. Glenn, Scorer.
, .By "Fess."
Life H - cunt tiiiuus rvocess. To
morrow unfolds out of to-day as to-day
0 ; has unfolded out of yestertlav. 1 ne
future is safely provided for only if we
. 1 9 27 13 0 j are dijlsent t0 improve to-day's op-
The salvation and growth of the
Negro race in the future depends on
the interest taken in the present to
foster the development of a distinc
No race lives except as it lives
through its literature. Without a lite
rature no race can have a history.
Chaucer, Milton, Shakespeare, Ad-
1 3 1 L-
f. ' fir , ,
Mm fhortoa M AnrtprBfin. Cleo
Standing room only was the order, pesmond, Charles Moore, Clarence
at the Lincoln Theatre, New York, R Mnge CnnrI 0'Hen. W'-'l A.
Saturday and Sunday. Wtiy? Troop ,. , RI)(1 othfir favorltes. '
er of ITroop K playin.st. New Yorii-:
motion pictures. Nuf sed. ,th tho.QU.
tv Amnsempi Corirnt'on, a"'d '8
conduct'ng a- mulc hure 'n New
vork City, i-i connec'ion with I-ey
Hayton and Tom Lemoninr . Mr
'irown ls one of the manv toi-notch
pe'forme's furnished the str.cip b"
t-diinaiclis, sonietimes '"he na'lon-
nl nnr'-erv f forsen'e talent." Note
n-ent or tne race Bociauy anu yuim- - i i mc,i,.
cally. Among the?e progressive men ..T'ZZ llTt
ii is well to note one Chas. T. Magil',
who ls one of the "live wires" In t!ie
The Whitman Sisters lost 'hri
home in Atlanta, Ga., in the recent
John Smith's minstrels are in thtir
thir l week at Thompson and Cambria
stree's. Charlrs H. Taylor is tti-J
principal comedian. They world lilte
comedy rvn the drami thit
T'onsier car't-l has "ried
the titl- will be amnly ji'sTed.
T.non a TruB TTonr in the Time.
-n eirt aa r nn j- " '. -
r" 0' 1 o . "i v; n iiav ur even- 1
to meet all of their friends uptown 'n" Pt hone m swe t-ttib jarn ar- .
tiny old time. -r HP'.ri.rossirT. i?!t DTrainien- f-w
ing, Mamcunntr. Fare Mnssa5. Scalp
accreil ed witn
to play "Camlle ' : , , ' " . . , . , , m xA
Jack Wiggins, "some dancer." is a' IcnKivatf ani prow hair, how o make
Dudley's V Street theatre this week j,,; C8SS To?lef Preparations. Learn
the quickest end most Rccuv.tesvs-
Ll? 1 tern of Beauty Culture.' Kme.,Pe
REV. H. M. WILLIAMS,
Official Reporter, N. B. Convention.
FRIDAY & iVfl
The Wonderful W
All G0L0KII All() S
Noted Hair Culturist Ar
rives in Nashville.
WILL ORGANIZE CLASS AT ONCE.
Mine. Maggie Ogleton teacher of
modern beauty culture, graduate of
Poro College of St. Louis, also Per-
uvian and Moller Colleges of Chicago,
I arrived in Nashville a few days ago
j to Investigate the advisability of
opening headquarters here for her
! large and increasing business.
I She will solicit pt.. ils for a special
! lady's maid class which will be filled
! very rapidly for this class. Mme.
Ogleton will make special reductions
for two weeks only. Mme Ogleton
teaches a complete course in scien- 1
tific hair dressing, teaches one how
tn inn Up linlr grow easily and ahiind- I
antly. Her methods of hair growing
challenge the admiration of all
beauty culturists. ' She 'also teaches
sc.ilp treatment, fancy hair dressing
and hair manufacturing, facial mas
sago, manicuring and chiropody. She
Is now located at 700 Overton St.
1 J '
1 Va - 1
Greek and Latin may be dead
languages-but the ancient Greeks
ind Romans are not dead. They are
o-day exerting an influence in the
ailairs of mankind as powerful and
as effective as though their govern
ments were still in existence.
The Negro is a minus quantity.
Why? The lack of a literature gives
Sir Knights and Daughters
stunting in me ra uiMiur ...... nv-ayin., i,al-
Grace Morgan at the Dudley -mea-n-"""" vr-i- . '
tres. 1 dresser and Beauty Culturist wul
' j teach you these courses in her Blue ,
Mrs. Maggie Dudley came down p00v With this svstem you can
from Chester, Pa., Sunday to spend ; ,n , , oorT1 ran. ,,,
your friends, If you are desires .of '.
earning more money end hcoming , -;'ndependent
here is your otmortuity.' .
The price cf these complete courses
is only $2.00. Send a money order
THE rUEAI COMBANY,
Box 70, Station G.
New York City. J
Tliis $25.00 course was reduced
for a limited time only and will ex- '
pire very soon. Mention this paper.
This is to call the attention of all
Sir Knights and Daughters and
friends to tne annual sermon' Sunday,
June 17, .1917, at Mt. Nebo Baptist
Church, preached by Rev. James K.
Childress, pastor of St. Luke A M. E.
unurcn. Me is .going to ten an aoout
the day with hrr son, S. H. Dudley.
Mrs. "May Barnett has been subsii
rtiner in the box office for Miss
Grace Morgan at the Dudley theatres.
Andrew Tribble came out of his
troubles here Without a scratch and
has returned to New York City to n.i
a number of desirable engagements.
Walker Thompson "made the hit of
his life here as the leading man in
the re ent production of, "A Fool
There Was." His role is a mascu
line "Madame X" and he scored a
Washincton would like to have
seen Sidney Ktrkpatrick In his inlml
table impersonation of "The Count of
Monte Criato," before his resignation
from the Quality Amusement Corpo
Phil Worde, the lad who can make
the piano fairly , talk, and who has
composed a bunch of notable songs
and instrumental selections, has re
turned to the Howard Theatre or
chestra. Phil ls a tower of strength
to Prof. Edward Minor's all-star ag
gregation of music masters.
w Tim hiiiipsit fnrm nt mm nntrintlRni 1 Mt. laDor, laDernacies ana rempies.
1 uiiiu una near me woru 01 uuu 111
Sp' cial Proiram
Special Music Eaco Friday
Admission 10 Clnts.
- . '
Dr. Crawford C. Harwell has mov
ed his office to 1303 Cedar St., form
erly occupied by Dr. W. E. Gray. He
'wishes his friends to know of his re
moval and change of phone .number
to 1. 1031. ,
.'. :'. '
HEV. L. DHANE,
Chairman B. Y. P. U. Board, N.
lemands that the Negro rafie develop
i literature of its own. The lesson Is
quite plain to-morrow's safety rests
on doins our duty to-day. NOW! t
VVTiat the race needs to-day is imagi
nation. In-ainations is a great asse!
ot any race. Oliver Wendell Holmes,
the great poet, sang of its Importance
in "The Chambered Nautilus" in the
"Build thee more statey mansions,
O my soul,
As the swift seasons past ,
Ieave thy low-vaulted past
Let each new temple nobler, than
Shut thee from heaven with a dome
Till thou at length art. free, .
Leaving thine out-grown shell.
By Life's unresting sea."
Then let us have" Imaginrtlon, for
that is the one necessary element to
the development of a great literature
a.nd a great people. Let us imagine
ourselves not. as simply great but as
connection with the secret organiza
dison, Goldsmftlli, Scott, Ruskiu,
Browning, Dickens, and a host of
other illustrious names too numerous
to mention, have Indeed made history
for their race; and while their litera
ture lives, so long will the 1 istory ot greatest ;L.et us imagine ourselves
the 'white race survive, its name en- 'greatest. Wid by Imagining superla
dure and its. fame be perpetuated... ' :tiye greatness with j?rea,t'.; ambition
The importance of a race literature fostered ..-and J'anne .by .the highest
cannot' be' too highly over-e8U;roftt.ed, ideals Qt, ourselves jfpnd, hope .shall
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United States Goal & Coke Company
,' W A NTS
300 Goal Loaders-300 Coke Pullers
260 Naw-H )iises bei
' i ming water,-
My 1st, 1917, a 10
gra ite I, making
ui t. All have electric ligi s,
G rdens v
jr csnt incr as in waae- wis
ie f.mnn i cr ;asr in last 15
PROF. H, P. B. JOHNSON,
C- v f ; f Chorister.,'
, .: ', Muskogee, Okla. . '
M inrs average over $5 00 per day. , v
C ke P illers averag- over $4.50 per day. , ; v
Apply in person, or writ to
United. States Coal & Coke Company"
i Gary, V :5 : West Virginia