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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 20, 1917.
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Midiille, Tenn., July 20. '17
SOCIAL BAN FOR BOOZE.
Booze has long been under moral
ban. During recent years business
has been manifesting impatience with!
the wasteful economic consequences .
of booze. Now a majority of the
states have shut down on the sale of
alcohol and the nation is about to
suspend its manufacture probably '
forever. To complete the conquest ;
only one thing sevms lacking. This
is social disapproval.
Society has too long tolerated bonze!
and l!.? train of evils in its wake; j
has winked at violations of regula !
tions designed to initiate an admitted i
evil. Society has Classified drunken-!
ness as an amiable weakness; lias!
treatel intoxication as a joke. If'
booze is to be kept down, laws framed j
to keep it down must he regarded as
good laws, and men who defy their,
in one way or another must be treated
as bal men. If drunkenness is
enough of an evil to warrant all the
anti-booze legislation, it must be re
membered that alcohol does not harm
unless wrongly used. Good people
must stop laughing at men who per
sist in getting "soused." There can
be nothing intrinsically funny about
a case of poisoning. Only on the the
ory that booze is a poison and a harm
ful one can all the campaigning
against it be justified. If a man who
is drunk is suffering from the effects
of a toxic agent there Bhould be noth
ing in his plight to call for ebulli
tions of mirth. If there is anything
funny in the fruits of whiskey guz
zling, then there is something funny
about any law that attempts to pre
vent whiskey guzzling. Previous pro
hibitory campaigns have taiied
throurh unwillingness of the average
man to take them seriously. The
preset:! crusade, successful as it
seems 1or the time, will fail likewise
unless taken seriously by the great
body oi the public.
With s'ate and federal laws coi.v
bining to outlaw the sale and trans
portation of liquor, the opportunity
for communities to become really
dry is now much better than at any
previous time. Alcohol can be smug
gled and sold illegally. Just as opium
Is sn-'iggled and sold. Alcohol can be
got by illegal manufacture, even more
readily, of course. ' The degtee in
whi.'l, 'his illegal traffic can be car
ried on in any community must de
pend upon the degree of tolerance
nhown it by the good people of the
rotrm. unity. Oood people form a
larfip majority of every community.
If the majority wants the laws en
forced strictly, officers will assert
every ounce of their power to that,
end. Otht-rwise they will lose their
If business and society make it
plain that they have no use for the
drinker, and neither sympathy nor
smiles for the drunkard, the demand
for "moonshine" or smuggled booze
will lall off so materially as to
threaten the bootlegger with extinc
tion in the most effective way, name
ly, 1 ecause the profits of his trade
will jecome too small to warrant him
in taking the chances involved. !t
would he very poor economy to lot
the present experiment with bone dryj
prohibition pass until there ha.i been
a plain demonstration that sustained
community support of the letter and;
spirit of the law is sufficient to make,
The confirmed victim of the booze j
habit, is entitled to more than sympa-j
thy from the public, lie is entitled
to help. He has a disease that may
be cured. The chronic cases can be
kept in public institutions, for in
most instances the public would have
to support the helpful ones In any
cane. To others the public can assure
absence of temptation and draBtic
punishment for disregard of law.
Above all things, let there be no smll
lnp over evasions of law, no laughing
at men in high or low station who al-
low their appetites to run away with
their brains and their legs.
Let us all take our bone dry status j
seriously and try to make the most of :
It. And let those of us who can take t
it or let it alone, let It alone for the
sake of our weaker brothers.
.MISTAKEN, THAT'S ALL.
Savoyard is a very brilliant news
paper man, who is the Washlngtou
corrrespomlent for a number of jour
nals throughout the United States.
Hut w hen it conies to writim; some
thing about the Negro, he Just simply
can't lay his prejudice aside. Hb
has no use for a professional Negro
who has common and self-respect,
lie loathes the black man who has
culture and refinement. But he rather
dotes up the hat-in-his-hand Negro
who stands tor nothing but slothful
ness and a crap game.
Savoyard says, the sole ambition
of 1 tip educated Negro is social
(quality. This old bugbear has been
the shibboleth and bread-winner
such writers as Savoyard for the la.-ti
half of a century. Savoyard says!
Fred Moore of the New York Ase U
disciple of social equality. We hold
110 brief for the New York Aue. but
we hue luen one ot its renders for
years and years, and have never seen
where the Age advocated any such
Social equality is a thing that is
self-rcguliUint;. No Nes;ro desires it,i
no while man desires it. 'To say that
tlie Negro is leaving t lie South aml
goin.c North and Kast for the enjoy-'
inent of social equality is uot t'lte,
and Savoyard and his kind know ii
is not true. The Negro is leaving the!
South because he is persecuted b j
petty otluials, because of inadequate
school facilities, because of low
wages paid. That's all there is to it.
There are no nrtny of labor agents
seeking him. No" great propaganda
of speakers advocating migration, no
circulars sent out from the North
promising social equality. It is sim
ply that the Negro wants to bettor his
comliiion; wants better treatment.
better wages and better housin
WHAT THE LADIES DID.
Nai-hwlic. Tenu., July 17. lS'li.
tMilur Nashwlie (.ilobe:
In answer to the query of .Jr.
I iia1 u to what our women are do
ing regarding the treatment ot color
ed patrons in the transfer station, y
wi.li to state that at a recent meet
ing of the City Federation of Colored !
women a committee, was appointed
to see the officials ot the Street Rail-1
way Company and lay before them;
our grievances. , e have visited the I
e oi this company. The vire
president received the committee and
promised us that an adjustment of
the matter of seating colored patrons
would be made at an early date. That
seats would be provided our people
on the north side to the left of the
seats already in the central part of
the station. He asked. In the name
of the company, that we exer; ise pa
tience, as the matter would receive
attention as soon as possible.
Committee Mrs. P. R. Burrus, Dr
M. E. Coleman, Mrs. V. O. Tate.
School facilities in East Nashville,
for Negroes are wholly insufficient
.Meigs SL-hool is inadequate to care
for the hundreds of Negro children
who are entitled to school privileges.
Now is the time for our publlc-spirl-J
ited citizens to call the attention, of
the Board of Education to this mat-
ter. How can the authorities know
we desire betterment in our schools
if we don't ask? Perhaps all are
satisfied with the conditions as they
exist, if you wish better educational
advantages for your children, let the
fact be known. Maybe, some of our
ministers w ill stop a picnic or a rally
long enough to call the attention of
their flocks to this state of our
t.chools. Nashville needs more schools
for her Negro children. Nashville
needs a longer course of study.
The women, God bless 'em, went to
the street car people with a griev
ance, as to the seats in the transfer
station, and were assured that the
matter would be arranged to the sat
isfaction of all concerned. You may
depend upon the women folk to go
right after what they want.
A white store-keeper out on Jeffer
son street raised the dickens because
a street car conductor asked her to
move up front in order that colored
passengers might have seats. Now,
this store-keeper subsists solely upon
the patronage of Negroes. A hint to
the wise is sufficient.
There should be a supervisor of
writing and drawing for the Negro
pupils of the City Public Schools.
Let's see which of our civic organiza-
tions will appoint a committee to
approach the Hoard of Education and ,
lay the matter before that august
.so man neeu connraui.aie ucu i
on the girl ho can get nowadays, but ;
he had belter praise the girl who is!
morallv strong enough not to be got-
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mud fence. That a where the praise
We trust our Negro civic organiza
tions will cease trying to master the
obscure problems and get hitched up
to something virile.
What about our
And, the Randal Cole School sent
all ot its Negro pupils home, while
Brother Gardner and his limekiln club
slumbered, slept and snored.
OUR Reputation la yout name
-What you SEEM to Be.
Your Character it yourself
-What you ARE. QUI NO
Hair Grower is selling like
powder and shot not for
What it SEEMS, but for
what IT IS. Get the point!
OTHERS may he selling
on their name. QUINO is
telling en it MERITS. Send
50c TODAY for a BOX
636 Foi St.
It was a million dollar rain that
United Tennessee this week, and
made glad the hearts of the honest
yeomanry who till the soil. The corn
crop'ls now assured,
If Mr. Hoover will bo patient, and
letrace part of his steps, in due
rourse of time the senate will catch
i'P with him.
Now that we have found that
! canned turnip greens are good food,
1 whv can't we find some means of
making good use of the potato bug?
There is no use talking, it is dog
gone hard for a fellow to keep hiss
religion on straight while passing a
The Russian bear appears to have
acquired considerable "pep" during
its long hibernation.
1'ioodby, John Barleycorn. You are
due to get the same K. 0. that you
have handed to so many men.
The two best nerve tonics in the
world are air and sunlight. Some
i people are afraid of both.
I'p to the hour of going to press.
President Wilson has said not a word
about the East St. Louis horror.
Ifeeause a girl with pretty teeth
laughs at your joke is no sign that the
joke is especially amusing.
Despite the weight of his crown.
King Corn was snoring when last
Notwithstanding the downward
trend of Hour, bread is ten cents the
It is a tough job to keep conversa
tion in mind during the blackberry
Here is a whole sentence of eco
nomic advice condensed to a single
The Pythians and Calantheans are
due to be with us next week. We ex
tend the glad hand.
'Moreover the empty garbage can
w ill help to reduce the fly nuisance.
Well, bread ought to take a tum
ble from the ten cent shelf.
MORNTNG SONG TO ARTEMIS.
0, huntress, wakel
Leave thy car; descend to earth;
.'ight today has given birth.
Come, awake, for 'tis the morn;
Hear the winding of the horn.
Over hill and vale today,
Where sunshine and shadow play,
There with quiver and with bow,
Chase the timid hart and roe.
0, huntress, wake!
Morn is smilins; o'er the hill,
And the deer drink at the rill
Come, awake, and on the breeze
Let us wake the woods with glees
Over hill and vale today.
We with thee will wanton stray.
There with quiver and with bow,
Chase the timid hart and roe.
O, huntress, wake!
When Anollo fiercedv beams
We shall bathe with thee in streams,
Or within the limned pool.
In the forest shad" so cool.
Over field and over mead,
Where the wild deer gently feed,
There w-Rh quiver and with bow
Chase the tim and roe.
Frankie C. DeBerry.
PASSES THE BOARD.
The many friends of Dr. Milton
Cloud will be delighted to hear of his
recent success in passing the Tennessee
State Board. His many friends wish
him unbounded success in his chosen
The people of Cornersville are in
deed glad to have as teacher, Miss
Carrie A. Pullins of Pulahki, who ar
rived here Sunday evening, July 15th,
taking up school on the following Mon
day. Micss Pullins is always welcome
here in Cornersville by the majority
of the people, and we certainly thank
tne school director and the main work
ere of the community for her return
to us as teacher. Mrs. Robert Evans
and Miss Eddie Mai Pigg of Columbia,
oitonf a nnrf nf loaf u-nplf with Mrs
young Burgess. Mrs. Dass Taylor very
dtiiiKhtfully entertained Friday night
in honor of Mrs. Robert Evans, and
n8 fcciciie fliai t'lgg, a nunmer oi
friends, games and dancing were the
'features of the evening, and at a late
; hour a dellclou8 two course menu wa8
I served Saturday evening. Mrs. Young
Burgess and Mrs. Tagg Burgess gave
a pleasure outing at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. W. L. Penson. The young
I nonnln nnlnvorl IllA pvanlnff nlavine-
j ban caraa and dancng. Ice cream and
cake was served plentifully. Those
who enjoyed the evening were: Misses
Lorlne Jones, Eula Mai Clark, of
Brick Church, Christine London, Irene
eKnnedy, Lillie Mai Esaw, Adeen Bur
gess, Nellie Burgess, little Misses
Ruble Burgess, .and Fanny Mai Bur
gess, Messrs Herman Steverson, Wav
man Perkins. Walls Nixon. Willie C.
Jackson, and W. L. Penson, Mrs. Tom
Perkins, Mrs. Irving Allen and chil
dren, Mrs. Silvesta Kenerdy, " Mrs.
Btrt L. Laird. Mrs. Young Burgess,
Mrs. W. L. Penson. Mrs. Robert Ereens
and Miss Eddie Mai Plgg of Columbia.
The outing was, given in honor of
Miss Eddie Mai Plgg. They certainly
have been highly entertained and wish
to thank the many friends tor their
kindness shown them. Mr. and Mrs.
i Frank Nixon of Petersburg spent Sat
I urday night and Sunday with his
I brother. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Penson
I Misses Christine London and Irene
I Kennedy had the pleasure of being
I present at the party given by Mrs.
i Riley Elliott at her beautiful home In
Lewisburg, Thursday night.
Well! Well, who said Bell Buckle
was asleep? The man who said it,
was sadly mistaken. Why Bell Buckle
is never going to sleep, she's got noth
ing to sleep for. The reason you have
not seen any news is, the reporter has
been attending the teachers institute
for the last few weeks, but here we
are now, hurrah for Bell Buckle.
Times may be hard and expenses
great, but Bell Buckle realized $204.81
That is more money than Bell Buckle
has ever realized in any kind of a
rally before under any kind of a pas
tor. Rev .Hawkins just knows how to
make people raise the money. Watch
Bell Buckle, she has a big stunt to
put on for you a little later, she has
something up her sleeves for you, that
will be a great big surprise for you. I
just know every body is wild to know
who went to the poor house. Well
wait until after we can get all our
money in hand, and you will be tickled
to death over something we have to
tell you. Mr. Abe Mosley and Miss
Knie Moppins were united in wed
lock the 4th of July. Our sick list is
quiet large this keek. Miss Sophia
Cooper, Miss Heil and Mr. Will Adams.
We are glad to report Mrs. Mary Kizer,
Miss Catherine Scruggs and Mrs. Bes
sie White on the road to health. Rev.
T. 0. White can leave home now, lit
tle Bessie si up again. Miss Eddie B.
Marlin, made a trip to Murfreesboro,
last Thursday. Mr. M. L. Scruggs was
borne two weeks attending the sick
bed of his daughter, Catherine, but he
left Sundav for Dayton, 0. Mr. Dock
Ashley is in Nashville visiting Mrs.
Alberta Smith, Mr. Sam Whitman and
master .lack Sutton of Dayton. O., are
here visiting relatives and menus. ir.
A. A. Tillman, is about to get well
again, and is standing on his head to
leave us, he says he can't stay with us
manv more days. We hate to give
vou up Hro. Tlllmnn. Mr. R. T. Till
man is seen in this town mighty re
gular lately. We are beginning to be
lieve Miss May D. Jackson is the at
traction. Tha Misses E. 13. Marlin R.
E. King and Katie Neil, spent the late
noon Sunday riding in tho handsome
outfit of Mr. Allie Scruggs. Mr. Scruggs
is getting very popular with the young
ladies. Rev. W. II. Portor is in our
midst. He preached an able sermon
for us Sunday night. Don't forget
the great evangelist, Rev. Dr. A. A. W.
Hill will begin a camp meeting in our
town Aug 17th. Every body is invited
to come and hear him. Come and
see what Bell Buckle is doing. Miss
Tina Marlin as our reporter will be
teaching school from now on see ner
mother. Mrs. Jennie Suell or Miss
Bell Tillman, for the Globe.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Turner from
Pitchburg, is at home by the bed side
of his very sick mother, Mrs. Arch
Turner. Miss Alberta Sanders was
a visitor at Nashville, last week. Miss
Irene Allen Is sick. Prof. C: IS. b.
Payne, has returned home from Pleas
ant Shade, Tenn. Mesdames Dartnu-
lia Payne, Ethel Turner and Miss ava
Sanders, attended the burial ot ivirs.
Liilia Whitney at Dicktown. Mr. Dave
Allen, the chief cook of Steamer Henry , WWtson were Instructors. Those in
Harley visited his family last week, i attendance were Mlhtees Mattle L.
Mr. L. J. J. Allen, Jr., spent the 4tlkBflri.( R A Jone3) Bertha McWilliams,
at Ky. He reports a fine time. Misses Francis .puffer, Elsie Uronnie, Inez
Mannnie Young and Lime carter oi
Hartsvllle. visited here- last weeK.
Novella Hodges is visiting in Nash
ville. Misses Merkie Johnson and sis-1
ter Mary Ann Johnson, visited' Mrs.
Pet Hollen at Dixon Spring, last week.
Black berry pickers are taking the
day. Miss Mary Ann Johnson is at
Aleood. Tenn.. visiting her sister this
week. Miss Maud Allen has return-
ed from Nashville. She was accoin-
pained by uttie byruiar u. auw. j uvere( an interesting address at 3 o'-
I clock in interest of the Red Cross
The Thirtieth Session of the Mia-1 Movement. Bom to M.r. and Mrs.
sionary Baptist State Convention of j Houston Mayes, a fine boy. Mrs. Ad
the State of Tennessee of the unin-jdle Oneida Walker, who has been
corporated Baptists of America met I quite ill Is now convalescing. Little
with the Mt Zion Baptist Church at j Misses Jewel and Walter Cortez Col
Smyrna Tenn.. Julv 11th. 1917. Ev-! Her of St. Louis, Mo Is spending the
,raL North and South Bound summer with, their grand mother, Mrs.
brought a host of Sunday School and
B. Y. P. V. Workers to what Pro
mises to be the best session of this
Convention since its organization.
The first day was given over to
the S. SC. and B. Y. P. U. Workers.
Rev Jr.o. B. Ridley, the President oi
a a onri ,Tt Y. P. U. Convention
called tiie Convention to order at
10:30 o clocK. ine nrsi ujui -the
meeting was given to song ser
vice conducted by Dr. C. H. Clark.
D. D Pastor of the Mt. Olive Baptist
Church. , , A .
Committees were appointed ana
the S. S. find B. Y. P. U. Workers,
tered Into their work with much en
thusiasm. Mlethods of S. S. and .
Y P TJ work were discussed freely.
"in 'the afternoon, Dr. R- H. Boyd,
D D L. L. D., Secretary of the Na
tional Baptist Publishing Board spoke
Xtoe S.S. andB. Y. P. TJ. Workers
.u- Mvt of Teacher Training.
Dr Boyd iwias nW disobedient to hia
Heavenly Anffjlon) he oke la the
Holy Spirit Rave Mm utterance. W
his speech, Dr. Boyd referred to the
new Theological semiuay
i, in ,fnsh ainrt subscriptions.
At night the audience was graced by
the presence of his Honor, ti .
,i.vivpred an address of wet
"A' Z Z. kh,,.if of the white citizens
nf smvrna. The City Judge. Commis;
. a rMpt of Police were prea
ent also and made encouraging re-
ThVaddrewKS. of our white breth
erm were responded to by Rev. W.
,,Zf; Tt. Editorial Secretary
of tne National Baptist Publishing
Dr. Ellington Is easily the great
est orator among preachers. He be
haved himself so wisely that an In
vitation came from the white cltl
lTlL next day to hold the Thurs
day evening session of the Conven
tion In rbe white Baptist church and
sing and have Dr. Ellington speak,
for them. ,
The partial report of the S. S. ana
B Y P U. Convention was. made
having .raised J42.O0 from letters and
$40.0O tn casilx andj 3-uib9crlptlm8
for tha new Theological Seminary.
Total amount raised In cash and ub
crfptlona (450.00. S. S. and B. T. P.
U. letters are till coming in. Thla
marks a splendid -beginning of the
State S. 8. and B. Y. P. U. Conven
tion. This being their first session1
since Us organization at Columbia,
Teon. with Rev. Jno. B. Ridley, Pres.,
Sister J. L. Harding 1st Vlce-Pres.,
Rev. I. W Gray, 2nd Vice Pres., Rev.
J. A. Campbell, Recording: Secy.. Sis
ter S. B. Deaderick, Cor. Secy., Sister
S. K. Tally, Treasurer.
All of the officers were unanimous
ly reelected with the exception ot the
Recording Secretory wilio was (yott
present and Bro. Phlneas Baker, Supt
of the Mt. Olive Baptist S. S. was
elected In his stead.
Rev. J. R. ijlilton filled the pulptt1
for Rev. G. R. Norman Wednesday;
night of last week. Rev. .Milton
preached an able discourse. The stork'
visited Mr. and .Mrs. Willie Tramble!
and left for them a fine baby boy.
Mother and baby are doing nicely. I
Mr. and Mrs. Major Wilson of NaBh
ville are the house guests of Mr. and ,
Mrs. Daniel. Miss Emma Frances
Sowell of Columbia spent last week
visiting relatives and friends. Rev.
Norman left Tuesday for Sandyhook
to be In attendance at the district
conference. The delegates will leave
AVednesdny. Mr. and 'Mrs. Thomas j
Collins and Miss Ida Lue Collins were,
the guests of Mrs. B. E. Rustell Tues-!
day evening. .Mrs. M. B. Webster,!
Misses Annie L. Christian and Pearl,
Church are at homo again mingling I
with friends after a successful term !
at A. and I. State Normal. Miss I
Annie L. Church opened school at
Airrock. Hickman County, Monday.
Miss Mary Porter of Columbia onen-j
ed school at Cedar Hebrew, Tues-I
day. Mrs. Henry Alderson arrived j
iSaturdav to be the houseiraest of
her mother-in-law. Mrs. Julia Alder-1
son. After spending several weeks ;
with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Willie rj. Phiff er, J. B, Johnson, T. E. LU
Copeland, Mrs. M. E. Weatherspoon j Cs all .Misses Sallle Lucas, E. Wy
was a pleasant visitor of Mrs. G. W. iev Frances Pihiffer, Edna Lucas and
Greenfield Tuesday. Miss M. E. T'. j K summers composed the
Greenfield was entertained by Mr. H. " uo uaaag 2v
P. Smith of Carter's Creek Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Crowe entertain
ed quite a number of their friends
Sunday. The farmers are all smiles
over the nice rains which were very
much needed. Crops are looking fine.
Subscribe for the Nashville Globe.
Miss M. E. Greenfield likes the Globe
and says she will give her subscrip
tion for the same at an early date.
Friday evening last, closed a suc
cessful term ot Institute work of
whlp.h Prnf At ft Tnnoa ml P P
Luea9 FIora joneai ifonte Beard, Al-
lie Walker, Ada Wliltson. The closing
program was very interesting a well
3 enjoyable. The debate was well
taken in by a very appreciative audi
ence. Subject, "Resolved, that a Wom
an .Should not Vote." The judges de
cided in favor of the negative. Rev.
H. E. Rye .preached two able sermons
Sunday. Hon. W. B. Bowman, .State
AlM,orney .aa Mr. C. W. Cowens de-
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stretched a beautifully decorated rope
filled! with bright and Japanese lant
erns. Underneath the rope was spread
the most exquisite Unen and Japanese
luncheon clothes where upon iwas
pread the most delightful lunches
the season can afford. Sandwiches ot
various kinds, the ice courses, were
Frappe, Soda Ice, Pineapple, Ice
Cream, served with Sunshine, atad
THF BRAINY RFAVFR I
aj .( aj
provides against the spring floods
by building a dam. Ba as wise as
be and provide against that inevi
table rainy day by building a dam
of dollars. And as the beaver
builds a little at a time so yen
can save. An account here can
be opened with as little as One
ONE CENT SAVINGS BANK
Will Promote a Full Growth
of Hair, will also Restore
the Strength, Vitality and
the Beauty of Hair. If your
Hair is Dry and Wiry Try
EAST IND'A HAIR' GROWER
If you are bothered with Falling
Hair. Dandruff. Itchi'ni Soalp, or anjr
Hair Trouble, we want you to try a Jar
of EAST INDIA HAIR GROWER Tba
remedy contains merhcal propertka that
go to the roots of tha Hair, stimulataa
the skin, helping nature do its work.
Natural Color. Can be wad wttk
D. LYONS. Gen. Agt. 314 East Second St
Oklahoma City, Okla.
01 KICK: OFFICE HOURS:
1303 Cedar Street 8:30 ( 10 a. 12 to 1:30 . m.
Telephone Maia 1031 5 U 7 P. oi.
DR. CRAWFORD C, HARWELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Reaiaeae 1613 1-2 Hamiltoa 81.
t-h.ae Main 4981 NASHVILLE. TENN.
Here is an Opooriunlty to learn a high class
trade one that your service will be in demand. You
can earn from 10,00 to SS.00 nd sometimes mora
a day or evening ai home, rlei.tr oi worn ana
positions op n to those who know bow. Let me
teaeh you artistic Hairdtessiot, Manicuring, Face
Ma-sage, Scalp Treatment How to cultivate
and Grow Hair. . How to make Toilet Articles.
How to wave and manufacture hair. How to
make Switches, Transformations. Puffs, Pompa
dours, Bangs,. Front Pieces, Cornet Braids. It etc.,
straightening,. Singeing, Dyeing k etc., all work
guaranteed. A quick, easv. simple Method and
perfect up todate work. Illustrated Chart of the
latest creatieas-in hair ork and how to use the
latest ai pliances that saves half the time and la-.
bor. Mine. DE CARROL an old experienced
Hairdresset and Beauty Culturist will teach you
the French and American system in her Blue
Book. This course for a limited time has been re
duced t S24M) so each Girl ran get a Bonk. Sand
a Money Order to The Ideal Co., Box 70, Sta
tion G.. New York City.
Th aew discovery
that (rows new.
lone hair ana
kiiikr. nappy er
iwrhr aak. Ton
may ss veil arop
all ether pr'ipara.
tioaa as UBRO
UN is the one ,
yeur hair soft.
much de I
sired. You j
can do np 1
your hair in
iut stvle after aoolrine Hfrnlln. It h AtAlvhL
fully perfumed andpleasantlohandle notstkky I
or summy uae mosi outer nau: preparations,
Stopi Dandruff anl Itching Scalp al Once.
SENS 25c dumps or coin) for I big box
HEROLIN MEDICINE CO, Atlanta, Ca. I
AGENTS. You can mike an easy Irving sell
ing ueroun. YY rue lor terms.
To Colored Women
We are the largest
manuf acturera of
Hair. Our latest
book showing new
styles in hair
dressing sent free.
Every colored wo,
man should have
. one. We sell thou
sands our hair and
toilet articles. Sat
or money back.
We make the best
solid Brass STRAW311T-
F.NINrt rnmhs. with extra heavy back, fully
guaranteed. With each comb we give lamp cap
KltKK. Semi money order or stamps. Muaty.
UACK IF SOT SATISFACTORY. 89c. postpaid.
Hair nets, brushes, combs and toilet articles
manufacturers' prices. Smd two-cent stamp.
5 Agento Wanted. Address as follows:
1 HUMANIA HAIR rOMJPANr.
181-1S7 Park Row, New York City.
Miss Johnnie 1 Henderson at 21
Robertson St., left the city Monday for
Chicago to sportd the remainder or.
the BUTmme.r vis.ltinf relative and
friends, , ,) J