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the tolufi.uK c( thr XABHVIll.l iimna will
the gladly corrected upon nelaa; brought to
atteattnn of thr rone:pient.
Sead crriurndi'nce fr publication to
a l reach lii offke l'ti'1ay No aiatter
aataaded tor current laane which rrie
fM lata aa Thursday ran appear la tha
eber. aa Thureday la nrrea day.
All aawa eent at for rubllcatlea meet
M writ tea enly on on aide of the paper.
atd abaald be accompanied by tbc nam of
4he conrtlbutor, not neeraaarlly for pnbU
4oa, bat M evidence of food faith.
ADTBBTISINO RATES FTRNlsnBD
laADIKS lilTTll BATH.
teats r Una each lesertloa.
M aanta par Una for each Insertion (In
AdTtrtialaf copy ibonld ba In the arTlee
later tnaa t a. m., Tueeaay ot eacn
taw Tark Oirlce, Froat and Froat.
daUoaxe Office, Froat an Froat, Adrer
ata Office. Froat and Froit, Candler
JUahrtlle omee, Froit ana rroix, inae-
are out ot doors seldom complains 01
is Irritated by the weather. If bo
has not learned to eajoy the we-uher,
lo admire Us wonderful variability at
last he has learned to adjust himself
to it, and so ho pursues his way with
out crumbling. And so the man who
takes it upon himself to live in close
touch with the outdoors discovers In
course of time t'uit eccentricities of
weather do not disturb him. He does
not w ish for fair weather always. He
lakes delight In the chances of the
weather from day to day, findlug
something to enjoy In every kinl ot
day. Firicht days and dark da s.
cold days and warm days, tempestu
ous days and still days, rainy days
and dry days, summer's heat and
winter's cold, spring's freshness ami
autumn's haze, the mysteries of the
night and the wonders of the starry:
firmament, all have their charm for
him. Kach day is different, and mar
velous in its differences. Kach day;
has Its own beauty, its own lesson to
he learned. Kach sunrise and eaih,
sunset is different from every sunrise
and sunset painted on the morning
and evening sky by the finger of God.
The earth was given to man to enjoy,
and out of that enjoyment properly
come wonder, admiration, respect,
love, reverence for the marvelous va
riety and contrast which study of the
weather from day to day and from
year to year affords.
Therefore the way to get on with
the weather is to cultivate It. Seek
ing Its friendship diligently, we soon
discover how friendly and altogether
likable it is. And from this friend
ship, once firmly established, we draw
as from an Inexhaustible reservoir
supplies of physical, moral and spirit
ual health-healing and solace for all
the ills and perplexities which be
set us. Thus truly the weather be
comes the Great Physician.
Cot 'en-Thais ill!
What's the use of fooling
With anvold kind of "bluff'
When QUINO'S best by every
And better than "good enough"
To Maka the Hair Grow Use-
6 6 fog;) St.
of those threshing outfits that breaks
down every half hour, thus enabling
the crew to spend five days on a oue
day job, with fried chicken or Its
equivalent the regular three times
settled in Virginia, still keeping the
fact of the letter a secret. Descend
ants of the family moved farther
south, still followed by misfortune;
finally as the last member lay on her
deathbed she called a neighbor woman
Thompson and gave the letter to her
and relating its history. The Thomp
son woman attempted to have it pub
lished was rewarded when It appeared
in the Home, Ga.. Tribune, Oct. 31,
...rv. I. - I.W..K.-..I In hn Tl.. 1-
! ton. Ua, Citizen, and Miss Fannie
i Wortomau. of Marion, Ind.. clipped
! it from the paper, stating that during
I the time she had retained the letter!
j in her possession or without having j
; it published or attempting to, she
had had a series of bad luck, which ,
j she attributes to her failure to secure '
publicity for the letter. It Is my I
' prayer that this letter be published, j
Here is the letter: ;
. . I... .x.. V, C..l.l,nlh '
v nosoevvr oir mc ouum.. - t i i.,rBB nuni
.... . 1 . . erilVbMIK 1111 L11D 1UUI .. I., w CI
day snail ue curseu; i commauu you :- -- nothing more than
,o go to the church, keep holy xlTMV
Lord's day without any manner of . V aouraged and lose faith In
w ork. You shall not idle and mis- f " deddine on what
pond your time in bedecking your- j gcalp be 8ure and get
If Anxious to Improve Your
Hair and General Ap
There are so many so-called hair-
it's wonderfully satisfying to be
abU to go to the bank and draw
out the sum required. Such a
power will repap the sacrifices
made to save for the dags to
come. We adoise all voung
women to lag aside a part of
their earnings eoerp dao. Thvg
will surelg find their SA VI 'GS
A GLORIOUS SATISFACTION
ONE CENT SAVINGS BANK
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 21, '17.
SPEAKING OF THE WEATHER.
When the war Is over and advKe
may not be needed so urgently how
are we ever going to get out of the
nabit ot giving it?
That little quarrel over the stamp
tax apparently has been forgotten,
judging from the reception that greet
ed the American troops in London
the other day.
The weather is something that all
of us talk about.at one time or anotb
er, if not all the time. For one thing,
It is a conventional and safe topic of
conversation. Whatever we may as
sert about the weather, there is slight
probability of reprisal. We do not fear
to have the worst we may be impelled
to say, under the spur of irritation,,
repeated. For we realize that neither
condemnation nor praise will make
any difference so far as the weather
is concerned; that the weather will
pursue, its own course, undisturbed,
and that it will not retaliate, as our,
friends and neighbors have a way of
doing when they discover that we
'have been gossiping about them.
Another reason why the weather Is
6& generally talked about is that it is
5K Intimate a part of our lives; it Is
an inpvitnble and inescapable. What
ever we may do or wherever we may
go, it is impossible to avoid the
weather. All of our daily life, from
year's end to year's end, is neces
sarily adjusted to the' weather the
clothing we wear, the food we eat.
the provision w e make tor warmth ir
winter and coolness in summer, our
ooroHr.ns nnrt our snorts and to
some extent our industrial activities
And so we watch the skies and tlv
Clouds and the winds and the tempera
lure from day "o day and lay each
day's plans accordingly.
A still further reason for our con
cern about the weather is that for th
most part we are dissatisfied with i
It is true that wa, have rare days so
faultless in their beauty and charm a:
to invoke general praise and admir
tlon, but apart from these exceptional
days, which linger in the memory a-
a benedic tion, the larger number I
us are more irritated than otherwise
by the weather. We speak of t '
weather only to disparage it. We feel
that if the task of ordering the
weather has a habit of being unrea
sonable that we have rainy weather
when it should be dry, that it is dry
when it should be rain, when it should
be cool it is hot, that the sun shines
hotly when a cloudy sky would be In
TiP.tter taste, that winter's cold and
Bummer's heat both are unnecessarily
lengthened, and so on. When It Is
winter we wonder if the cool ever
will' come to and end. In summer
we become impatient with the heat,
wishing for power to speed its depart
ing. And the "in-between" weather
f enrinir mid autumn, which Is
neither one thing nor the othei,
neither summer nor winter nor any
thing else recognizable, but a mixture
of the bad qualities ot all the seasons
is nothing short of detestable and un
This general complaint of the
weather comes about by reason of the
fact that while we are obliged to live
in intimate relations with the weather
we do not take it into our affections
and seek to be friendly with it. We
are all the time trying to shut the
weather out of our lives. We confine
ourselves closely within walls of wood
and brick and stone whose chief pur
pose is to exclude as much of the
woather as Dosslble. The slightest
departure from normal on the part
of the weather drives us to our castles
of refuge, within which we bar the
doors, and from wmcn we emc.Bu
only when the weather again conde
scends to smile. Such a thing as brav
ing the weather and defying it and
seeking to understand it In Its contra
ry moods we leave to the fool hardy
and those urged by necessity.
, j- In this we err greatly. For the
" more one knows about the weather
the more likable ft becomes, the more
friendly it appears, the more enjovn
lie it Is. Close daily intimacy with
be weather not only allays Irritation,
1 begets patience and admiration,
-nan whose daily life and work
Astute Washington policemen have
discovered that it is possible to elimi
nate rioting over the suffragist ban
ners at the White House gates by re
moving the suffragists.
Then there is also the ultra polite
messenger boy who waits until he
gets out of sisht before reading your
Corn bread is nourishing, economi
cal and filling. And if you feel that
ou can't afford butter, there is oleo.
Newspaper enthusiasm over the
forthcoming Liberty Bond sale will
run high, especially if the million
dollar advertising appropriation is
A flea can leap farther in propoi-
tion to its weight than most any crea
hire. But who wants to be a flea?
Things military will always remain
a mystery to the civilian until some
body Informs him why It Is that a
brigadier general a major general
lower than a lieutenant general, and a
lieutenant general than a plain general.
The other fellow's goat, once you
have acquired it, sometimes turns out
to have the stowing away capacities
of an elephant.
We are not envious, but when we
think that A. S. Banks, of Chattanoo
ga, and A. W. Fite, of Nashville, are
this week hobnobbing in St. Louis,
and blowing the froth off every other
minute, why dadlam, Its enough to
make one go crazy. Oh, gloom!
The old days when the young gen
tleman of beanstalk tame traded a
cow for three of the climbing variety
were not so greatly different from
the days of the present, so far as
comparative values are concerned.
The man who Is kept hopping to find
enough washings for his wife to do
will, even so, have some difficulty In
establishing his status as an indispensable.
Some people aspire to a place In the
sun. Others are satisfied with a seat
under the spotlight.
Dr. C. O. Hunter and Mrs. J. H.
Slateti are in St. Louis attending the
session of the Supreme Grand Lodge
of Knights of Pythias. Mrs. Lillian
Oopeland of Pratt City, Ala., is heie
ih "iiest of her cousin, Mrs. Rosie
self in superfluities ot costly apparel
and vain dressing, for I would have
that day kept holy that your sins
may be forgiven. You will not break
my commandments but observe and
keep them, they being written by my
hand and spoken by my mouth. You
will not only go to church yourself,
but also your maidservant and man
servant, observe my words and learn
my commandmnts. Tou shall finish
your work every Saturday at six
o'clock in the afternoon at which hour
the preparations for the Sabbath be
gin. I advise you to fast five Fri
days in the year beginning on Good
Friday and continuing the Friday
following, in remembrance of the five
blood wounds I received for you and
mankind. You shall love one another
and cause them that are not baptized
to come to church and receive the
Holy Sacrament, that is to say, bap
tism, and then the supper of the Lord
and then be made a member thereof,
and in so doing, I will give you a
long life and many blessings, your
land shall be replenished and bring
forth abundance, and I will comfort
you in the greatest temptation, and
surely he that doeth to the contrary
shall' be cursed. I will also send hard
ness of heart on them, and especially
on hardened and impenitent unbe
lievers. He that gives to the poor
shall find it profitable. Remember to
keep holy the Sabbath day. For the
seventh day I have taken as a resting
day to myself. And he that hath a
copv of this letter from my own
mouth and keepeth It without pub
lishing it to others shall not prosper,
but he that publishes it to others shall
he blessed by me, and if their sins be
as many as the stars at night, and
if they truly believe, they shall be
pardoned, and they that believe not
this writing and my commandments
will have my plague upon you, and
you will be consumed with your chil
dren, goods, cattle and all other world
ly enjoyments that I have given you.
lio not once think of what I have
suffered for you in this world and
in the world to cume. Whosoever
shall have a copy of this letter and
have a copy In the house, nothing
nimii hurt them, neither pestilence,
I Uo-lir Miner nrr thunder, and if any
woman be in birth and put her trust
iu me she shall be delivered of her
child. You shall have no more news
of me except through the Holy Scrip
tures, until the day of Judgment. All
goodness and prosperity shall be in
the house where a copy of this letter
shall be found. Amen.
This letter has been copied irom
o vomativ nf nroven merit.
Qulnade is a nigniy meuiuninu v
made that has stood the test of time.
It Is the invention of a New York
chemist, and Is made under the per
sonal supervision of a licensed phar
macist of many years' experience,
ouinnda stimulates and nourishes
the roots of the hair, causing a nat
ural growth of long hair. It makes
the bair soft, smooth and glossy, aad
easy to put up in the style desired.
To get the best results from the
use ot Qulnade the scalp should be
shampooed at regular Intervals with
Seeby's Qulnasoap. Qulnasoap is made
entirely out of vegetable oils, prln
pally cocoanut oil, and contains no
..in.ni tat nf anv kind. It lathers
very freely and Is a thorough
cleanser. Qulnasoap leaves the hair
soft and fluffy, and Imparts a refresh
ing feeling to the scalp, unequalled
by any other shampoo.
Do not accept any subtsitute, but
insist on getting Seeby's Qulnade
and Seeby's Qulnasoap, asking for
them by the full name. If your drug
gist or dealer does not stock these
two articles ask him to obtain them
for you from his wholesaler. The
price Is 25e each. Write to Seeby
Drug Co., 79 East 130th street, New
York City, for a sample, mentioning
the name ot this paper. Adv.
that some ot her love you did re
pay. Why weep because she has gone?
Maybe she was tired and longed for
heaven and home.
Can't you, through God's help wel
That has given a wearied soul bless
Mrs. Bessie Craven and little daugh
ter are in our town. She came to the
bedside of her grandmother, Mrs.
Miss Goldie Chappelle has gone to
Philadelphia for the week and will
thin put in a fortnight at Atlantic
City. She has declined all offers for
the present season
is In Nor-
Tt Is one thing to turn loose the
flood of patriotic poetry, and anothei
thing to choke it off.
Sille has reined to hrhoinel the "Hickman County News," Con-
.rtor sovprnl w-peks' visit to lier Sis- newuc,
Whether or not any kind of weather
is nice depends largely on wiietner
or not you have had three days
Mrs. L. Gleaves
Watch for the new serial at the
Htop Tiientre soon. Every Friday a
high-class drama and special music,
TAFT WOULD MAKE IDEAL HEAD
FOB. HAMPTON INSTITUTE.
Tha ainrtrestion of Former President
William Howard Taft for president of
Homntnn institute, to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of Dr. Hollis Burk
Frissell, comes as surprise to the coun
try but it is the unanimous opinion
that he would make an Ideal head for
0i,,w,i nf this kind. He Is now
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hat kind of weather In succession.
Somewhere on earth there may he
a horseshoer who does not advertise
himself as practical.
With regard to the bedbug, It Is
unnecessary to tell people to swat.
ter. Mrs. Alice Joyce. .mis. jjuiuoc
Bul'ord and son, Bortrun, have return
f'hieairo. Miss Acnes Lewis
Bradshaw left Saturday, August 11th.
!', T.nniavlHe. Kv.. tO Visit her flUllt,
. 1 ,.n ' ... ll.l.Ii. ..tf U'.,l.lAn TTnllFfH-
Mrs. S. H. Armstrong, miu "i c"; president vviiiib ui - - Trustee of
turn in time for the opening of the sity win be in the city next week to chairman of the Board of Trmteas or
ciiv schools. Mrs. S. S. Cumby and the buildings ready for the open- Hampton and Is said to be .the choice
little son are among the visitors of, ,U!! on September 20th. Despite war of the other members of the Board. aU
r.ur citv Miss Cassie Cannon has times manv new pupils are expected! of whom are anxious to nave mm
c.m ruV-'lf , , p vnnrv- 1 .y. It ti 0 Vrpnirtenfa hard1 rve Mr. Taft became chairman of
rm.ntv schools and has entered unoli1 ,vnrL this summer. We are told thatj this Board four years ago when Robert
her year's work. Mrs. Marte uienii'nHl an 0ld student lias asKeu 101 a
has opened her school at Smith Chap-! transfer and all write they hope to re
i She visited friends hee last;
turn and bring others. Such loyalty
C Ogden, his personal irienu, a
iu,i hv death, and he has always
taken a deep interest In the work of
sympathy at Its sufferings than Ms.
The President reviewed briefly the
active operations that are being t
ried on by the Department ot Justice
for the punishment of these respond
We for the riots at East St. Louis, and
added "I will do all in my - powe: r to
prevent the recurrence of similar ol
Lnses to the Memphis outrage and the
v-ist St Lou s massacre outrages
3nsSt law. order and humanity
What human being won d no I
shocked at these atrocities. Apart
from my position as President my
fMUnic as a man revolt at these inhtt;
aefs against my tellow-citizens
in closing the President again as
Bred the committee that everything
that the Federal Government could do
under the existing law would be , do e.
The interview was pronounced highly
satisfactory and the committee return
ed to their homes elated over the
frank outspoken and unequivocal ex
pression of sympathy and support
given out by the Chief Magistrate of
the nation. They are coniident that
the atmosphere of gloom in which the
u v,oo irrnntne since the Mem
phis and East St. Louis atrocities has
been largely aispeneu -----Bive
attitude of the President and the
earnest labors of the Department of
Justice to bring all Perpetrators of
mob violence to hook iui-
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Mis M. J. Gordon, Willie and Mary
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Geo W Smith, Helen Smith, Sylves
ter Schenk, Allle u nugu , .
TiSy S. Hagan, Cle
SuneMota. L. V. Campbell MgJ.
Rev P M. Healeyman, J. T. Moseiey,
2reaVceFChtmn, Mrs. E. Wsbb Mr. an
liny, " u
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How to w-ave and manufacture Hair. How to
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the French and American system in her Blue
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Sunday Rev. Slauchter of Nasnviii"; ,ltaIls success tor wainen mis cimi- the school, ana in an uuisia Wu
preached at the First Baptist Church v ,vear. a special effort is beinsiln industrial and teachnical Instruc-
ol.lem Is merely to show them! Ust Sunday. Mrs. B. F. Davis at- malle to secure day pupus. rrbi- Mr. Taft anil ur t-risseu ei
tended the C. M. '. uisiriT tun'"- ,;ent White reels v amen kiwuiu u""- omasmaTes ai iaie
nn impresss for soon in us numc i-it-j their associations coiuuiueu nwo
after their college uays. mr. mi
.. on owlpnt admires of the late Dr.
Yichnlsnn. on North High street. Mrs.' f,f the cl,y as possible J;
Ellen Nicholson has returned fro-n we llnlst lift as we go. With a little
Nashville. She was accompanied by j en,.ouraSement there are many tnat
w rlonirhter. Mrs. Florence Boyden. attend school a longer time
Mrs. W. P. Irvin of Nashville has' nml by
how to 8V.at mObl e uimuj. o.i' Utll W wwlt. Mrs.! IT, fnr rrnnrl in its home City .,,, ooanniotinna
F.thel Sherrell and cnimren in wnnmi i t.,at a, a cnuren '-uui -
Ga are visiting her sister, Mrs. Robt.; t each as many of the young people
to v,i....... t.ii.o ulna and
JVirS. IVlUIlljr, ...... -
.. .. n r'orrlp. lloss. ue
mackwell, Mr. Jno
X.SarVP0tUe, Irene C. Brings.
Geo. Hill, Annie . -. -
ton and wlte, j. o. ow
New Yorkers. -
and Mrs. U. WaiKius,
Some people's regard for represen
tative covernnient depends upon
whom it represents.
No, there really isn't any use open
ins one of those bottles of wine yet
to see whether it has got a man size;
Another reform America ought to
press upon the world Is that of re
quiring each nation to select one flag
and stick to it.
Twin of Nashville has' ,, hv the uplifting influence or
returned to her home alter sevemi , ellvlvonment mane oeuer in "
wprli-.' visit to relatives. Her mother,; ,.omen. Ambition can he fostred by
U-.1 .... hnrnO In W'PSt
lnemoers. oieii hi nci ....... .
Fnd Her funeral was from St. faui
Ana. 17th. Rev. Butcher Frierson officiated.
If all the ingenuity, energj mini
money spent in getting a prohibited j
drink could be devoted to some use-j
ful purpose the war taxes would not
bear down so heavily.
Ann Dew, accompanied neri pXampie and the mass oi oui vvi
home for an inueuniie siav. , reed to De more uuiumuuo.
Philis .Tones, one of St. ijaui s om
ht! vinrar,PB Tnnes and Mr. W. A.
Robinson spent the evening at Bell
niont Sunday. Miss Esther L. Fields
spent Saturday and Sunday In Mason
last week. Mr. James Gay and wife
hoxTB mnved to Mason. We are glad
to have them with us again
THE FATEFUL LETTER.
Dickson, Tenn., Aug 20, 1917
The Nashville Globe has been re-
.j j nffi if..no riormnn. vir. wiiiio . ... . i.i. ii
press irom time anu mum j".;"",' ", Mntnred if It Is pointed out lO mm mat. ma
.. n. i thnt rl rection.
quested to publish the following expian , Willy L. Maclin spent bunQay u
Ht'ion and letter which has been going Miss Myrtta Tucker Mr Chas . Taylor
Booker T. Washington, riampions
most notable product, and Its Is well
remembered that before and during
his occupancy of the presidency of the
nnHon he tnok an active interest in
Tuskegee Institute, visited the school ;
with Mr. Ogden, Mr. (jarnegie anu
others, and sat regularly with Dr.
Washington and the full board of
trustees for the administration of the
Jeanes Fund. For rural colored
No Intimation can be obtained at
this time as to when the trustees will
oipct d successor tothe late Dr. Fris
sell, but It would give pleasure to the
colored friends ot euucauon inrDugu
out the land, as well as add luster to
Hampton itself, If Former President
Taft should be chosen. There is a
belief that he would cheerfully accept
At the rate the cereal drink trade
Is beine developed it will not bo long
before more grain Is used up in manu
facturing lager beer. Curiously
enough the conservationists seem to
take no interest in this phase of the
. Un w.iinila nt'tVlP
ntnenmrahie Tyus and Miss Allda Garland Moiorea
lnThem,;oUo:mg clipping concerning to Stanton Friday to picnic u M ,
o lnttpr which is said 10 nave Komiisuu aim
LJ JWlMlinu" m... - .
a lln(nn 'I'nCi Ifl I. ! . .
been written by unrisi. aim w , r . ma, y c "--,; Tpmnle PRES1DJSW1 ' WLLbUW DruAM uui
j - . m-n TTT1T TiXTriT7
nee i t "'V"" lowing visited the Holiness
3 h e,v nern ,ho into iast'sunday night: Mr. and Mrs. Willie
n n;;i,.n of it and doesn't have it . Thomas, Mr. ana Mrs. a. u. yvesi, ..-.
... . . i .. ,ip
That the great American poem of
the present war has not yet been writ
ten cannot be charged to lack of tr
ing on tho part of the poets.
The operation of the law ot supply
and demand with respect to prices
may 'be' made graphic by assuming
that yon were selling your two" eyes
one at a time. In all human-like
lihood after the available supply
had cot down to one eye, the price
would show a tendency to go up.
i.iiiiiiuhP.1 will be visited by misfor
tune, has been handed to the Nash
ville Globe with the request that it
The original letter, saia iu
. ....... T Tnnnn T T T
A Williams anu miss u.
Dewitt West and Miss Ester Adams
were at Sinai a few Sunday nights ago.
m.. nonnu Pnrter is visiting her
Although surprisingly meager re
ports have been sent out of Washing
ton touching the event, President Wil
son on Tuesday of last week received
a delegation of colored citizens from
Mom vnrlr renresenting the com-
KonMMrs. Mary Green, M ss Mary
Rowland, Mr. and M. J. . Tea.me, Mr.
Samuel Dash of Boston, Mass.
tt t Tnlinsnn. Mrs. S. A.
Fisher, Mrs. Arthur James , Estelle E.
Rector, Miss ausun -
Mr- Wm. Anderson, Lois Cozart,
Mrs Wlngfleld Cozart, Harry C. John
son. Rait more.
r.pnrire Hill, Dr. H. S. MpCard, wife
Mrs. Blackburn Mrs. Pauline
o,.i h ?ara Everette, Mrs. M- E. U
?vSfrol?Sw Bishop, T.W. Bolden,
0roirNrgRowPrette. of Mt. Clair,
n B. Simms, West Point
W B. Johnson. Riverton, N. J.
rims Stultz, Bethlehem.
jh5 Jones. M. D.. Hamnton. Va
Miss Irene Hpean Ashury.
Tiss Bnrfilev h;ssinsi
Fdw. Oholson, Ocean City.
The new discovery
that grows new,
long hair ana
kinky, nappy or
snarly hair, iou
may as well drop
all other preparn.
tions as HERO.
UN is the one
your hair soli, ;);
fluffy, silky. M
much de I
aired. You 1
can do up J
your hair in ...... u.
uulit fipr anolvinf Herolm. It is deliBht-
fully perfumed and pleasant tohandle not sticky I
Of gummy line mo&l outer nan i:.aiaiv.i.
5fopi Dandruff and Itching Scalp al Once.
SEND 25c (stamps or coin) for a big box
HEROLIN MEDICINE CO., Atlanta, Ga.
AGENTS, You can make an easy living ell-
mar neroiin. nnie tin rams.
If nobody ever went swimming
there would be few drownings, and
if everybody knew how to swim there
would be fewer still.
There Is no lack of Interest in the
flag among Americans who have been
able to look at slran.ge flags only for
a few years.
The food problem, of course, Is of
no Importance to the operators of one
n U Y. Porter, this week. Mr. Chas.
ine oim.iiu. .u - . "T "a mi Frank Karney re-
been written By unrisi., was iuu. m ... ; d,. tnnoiiin ,tfp nf the recent
the early days of Christian ty by a port a n ce con "TThe Pnrade" In that city. Members ot the
child. There is promise tna M MrT Taac Granberry de-'same movement called at the White
ever may have a copy of this letter n mother o Mrs. Isaac "berry ae ame m thelr
command, bad luck and misfortune attended, Saturdaj ' AuglUli at. ce w fortunate, a definite
...til follow them until It is made pub- ander M. n-. -.nuri.u. ivo. y- t hfien
lie. From the hands of a child that
found It, the letter is said to have
passed to a convert of the Christian
faith. For some reason this convert
failed to have the letter pumisneu,
keeping it, however, as a sacred me
mento of Christ, and It passed on to
his oldest son and on down through
many generations, but was never pub
lished. The tradition being that when
it was finally given publicity it had
been in this one family for more than
a thousand years ,and during all this
period, the story goes, the family suf
fered repated and contriuous misfor
tune: Discouraged members of the
family migrated, to countries other
than where the letter was found,
which was evidently Palestine, ana,
finally one of them came to America,
bringing the fateful letter with him..
The family having possession of it!
assisted by Rev. J. S. Sydnor, n. . engagement ua,...6 "7" V
assisieu )"" . ... . T. .i .,nh ilia IntprpAKsInn of Mr. A. ti.
Ch" MrfBoyd 11 d to Vhe ripe1 Cohe well-known New Jersy bar
Church airs. Doyu ... m . nf , . ... The visitine party consisted
K ea ant Gro M of Rev. F. A. Cul.en chairman; Mme
ZL 25 pL a'ripYn Martin Tw'were usher-
leaves one sisier, t. -.-- - -r 'Z 7 recentlon room ot the
wnninh i rpn in muuru iuci. lyoa. m.o. v --.-. . . ,
F O Dickson sang very sweetly, "What
will you do," and Miss Esther L. Fields
recited theBe lines:
She is gone dears, but not far away;
Her spirit hovers near day by day.
The loss of her comfort, counsel and
Will naturally cause the falling of a
She gave love and care to you when
COLORED PEERED TO
renort was given
out hat no "colored troops would be
J!nt tToaniw in the South, because
residents of that secuuu,
sal of this nolicv is seen In a notice
?al .v" nennrtment that the
Lr.011' "Z Hilon of the Dis
trict National Guard, a colored organl
7ntion will go into camo at Annls
RBtlon. will i g Diatrlct
units ordered there. The new order
u"!,lr Tma surorlse in' certain
o:Vtre .no evidence
that any dlssatistacuou w... 6-"
of It on the part of the white troopers
likely that the policy at all points
will be akin to that arranged for An-
nlston that the races will be hous
ed in separate tantonments? No ob
jection will be raised to this on the
part of white or blacks.
The medical reserve corps will in
clude a large number ot colored phy
sicians and they will be scattered
about the several camps on the lines
laid down above, serving with color
ed troops. These men were trained at
Fort Des Moines and constitute the
flower of the Negro race In the medi
cal world. The color question seems
to be settling itself in the national,
army and there is a disposition to
work it out in a natural way and to
avoid unnecessary friction. The radi
cals will not be allowed to mterrere
with the orderly conduct of serious
war plans. Every foot ot American
soil is to be available ror tne me uc
cupancy of any American the federal
government see9 nt to siauuu mere.
Wh e House at 4:30 o'clock and for or 0f the people of Annlston. The peo
fifteen mlntues the meanace of lynch ! ple of Annlston are used to colored
law and the steps necessary to stop
it were discussed.
Th President listened with great
courtesy and Interest to the protest
in,pna and the presence of the Dhv
trlct battalion will be nothing strange
tviom Thev will respect the unl-
nf on American soldier, even
reflected in the remarks oi me thougn nis smu m "'"-'.--,
en ot the aeiegaiiou
leneth with sincerity
ieemiB. i """"-"V rt ther imblic Prop
nant with all otner gooa amuncuuo, i wami jno.no -
. , , j .1.. imn.oadtnn that, colored
spokesmen t : v retalned ln about
nnoke at lengin wiiu iuwa; .iu nuuii v-ijCTOa
2E iin He was lustly indlg-! northern , cities to guard .bridges,
;h , : tnrrled with you quite a he said, at the wrong Perpetratea erty .
""". against the coiorea race, Him mm u "" ... , hlto itia evening
Whaa blessed thought to knownU sympathy was more full ofeame camps with the white, ttyvenlng
CARD OF THANKS.
m snmh Kinsr and family wish
to express their hearty thanks to their
many friends for the beautiful floral
offerings and kindness rendered dur
ing the death oi her aeany ueioveu
husband, Henderson B. King, who de-
parted this life Aug. id, imi. oauiy
missed by wife and sisters and a host;
Miss Ethel Marshall is singling" in
Detroit at Dudley's Vaudette.
"The Smarter Set" opens at the
Howard next Monday, the 27th, ln
Whitney and Tutt's newest and best
vehicle, "My People." The first
nglhters will be out in iorce mouunj