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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1917.
Yoar Own Time to Pay i
Creates! Oiler Ever Made ;
Thavalutfot an Adier Oiymn in your own horn
in never Ui muusunil in iMlara and cent,
cauael waiituveiy family to know the elevating
Dower and I lie oVIiw'lila o( iwm orn miibie.l
liava orimniitril thn woikhtiuI A JI.t ulun of atll-
"'W oiyans which hua matte (he "Ad lor" a house- .
oum worn-more than of these ainoui
. 'S . m toe numt-s or tne piHiiile. sna
today for ulK,hiuidiiomi.'ly illimtratedKrw Oriin
L .? . how you canhavutheWorlii's
Sunday. Fos what! To the Primitive
Ifn.pt In t Asoocation that opns up there
on the 15th of this month fur a 4 days
; feast. Watch us go. Dr. Word Is
the Moderator. Dr. Sylas is. the Clerk.
What a big time we anticipate at this
gat hereri rife. Miss M. C. Boddie and
Mrs. Bessie B. Bouser spent a few
nays with Rev. and Mrs. Boddie at
the parsonage a few days since and
thpv ttnpn erirrv tt boa ttiAti. In.. .-a 1
Say, if you want to know what all of 1 , Mr8- Moore, has returned
the best inlP r ,),,in- ron,i .h,from Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
tin of Lynville, Tenn.. Miss Ewing. j tor delivered an able discourse to the; and black will get together for the ;
We all were certainly highly enter-' delight of all who heard him. The purpose of preserving the confidence
tained. Mrs. Laura Uodson was! fourth and last quarterly conference i and understanding between the races!
called to the bedside of her brother, I was held Sunday and Monday nig.it. 'and these local committees of progres
S. B. Harrison of NaBhvllle. Kev. ! Dr. I. J. Edwards, presiding tlder, give citizens and stamp out any brew-'
Jiccuring prayed a wonderful wind-1 being absent. Kev. u. k. Norman, ournig trouble. There is room enough,
up prayer at the breakfast table ! fix-presiding elder, presided. After, wisdom enough, and Christianity
11.000,000 A dfarOryaa
Factory (greatest in
txisiencej at lowest
luggotte spont Sunday with Mr. Wm.
The Taris public school opened -Murphy. Hev. T. J. Stokes is visiting
Monday Morning with the usual large fn Hucker. Mr. and Mrs. John
enrollment. The Chapel exercises Itogera was the guest of Mr. and
were varied with appropriate re-jJlrs- u- H. Halliburton, Sunday even
murks from patrons and teachers, i '"K- ilr3- June Hodge is sick. Mrs.
'.he add'-e-ss !j Kev. Boothe was 1 J- R- Wooro was the welcome guest
lii.'TMy apmeoiated also Hev. Sanford's 1 of Mrs- Mattie ltemsey, Sunday. Mr.'j.
ieiu:irks were well taken. The open-j11- Nelson was the pleasant guest of
l:ig v.'as characterized with brilliant M'K!) Rachel Hoard. Sunday. Several
hupe for the work of the ensuing year, went from here Friday night to a
j Mrs. 11. ci. Johnson of Columbia and '"rinuay party, given by Mr. and
llitt1 nplfit'r li-vina e.P v....l-..:li Airs. .Innmu. 1 t-ivlilui n TV,..,, -.t i
st.i, .... i-j . i " ' " Atuauviim . uuj iciuiiici
"'a month trct-it it doea not i,,.. .l,i. i. urnm-Hii .. 1, .,.! .;
yroveau 1 Claim just unipit Dark to m men uuilies alter 1 v. miiu. -iltss :wa016
tl'?'"" teoatyoo , spending a verv peasant timo uith Aiyers ot She bvv o was horn Wo,i.
; their sister and auntie, Mrs. T. . W. "osday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Uurdette
Lumptwi. Airs. T. J. McLe.More and ave un ice cream entertainment
, Miss P. L. Cruichfield have returned Sumlay- Mr. Waymen Peppers from
' from their homes where thev spent. ! Louisville, Ky., was called to the bad
i their vacation. Mr. Joseph Green is of nis lather, Mr. Henry Peppers,
j confined to his bed from a serious in-j wll ,!i some better at this writing.
I jury, he received while working on
; a Duuamg. we wish him a speedy re-
devotional exercises Mr. A. J. black-1 enough amone the netmle of the unnth
burn was elected se retary of the1 and the north to enable us all to live
conference. Finance Committee: together, work together and in time
brothers John llmcherson, B. K. Kua- ijke present( fight together for
sell, John Collins and I. C. Marlm. , tne K(mJ of our country"
Mrs. A. M. Itussell was elected re i a,i0 f-,.... iv, T..t.b i..i.....
IKizzer were in Bellbuckle Sunday! i"ler to the Southern Christhn Re- ti t ..f..... - -t
m- f,.i.. it. ... i--. c I : i- tit !..,... "- luiiiiaueu musit; tor tne
"'I v iii iu muii'iiy n:it uciu uumr i ui un , itruiiiia crc ic,citi
day for Louisville, Ky. Mr. C. C. and adopted. The conference was a
lie Urt7an-MHmTj of he he it prisat St.
tr ortj s t-air, alsu winners of Oorf
Miat at iV.inWf Conservation i xtxsi-
PaymenlrA'L1 KmT,,t'' T.yitu, ivij, mt to your
Wo Burdra m"' payinuswntiora
S.'cno&FREE 39 Day Trial
On til you deoiHa
to buy. Thentiav
nfl at VOUr mn man.
if QOe. unall amount.
If, ftt the end of a
year, to "Adir"
faili to make good
on every claim. 1 will
refund every dollar
irou have paid me. The
AJIer in the World's
Beet Organ at the
Mry lowest price ever
1 can and will save
you S 18.75 because I
ell direct from the
ft mji'lti peony.
T'T'sk Mrs. I!!;iil;ih ('havers o!
Paiidv Hook was the wcek-n 1 nie-it
of Mrs. A. M. Itussell. Miss Alice
Temlall of Canaan was the welcome
iM'Pst of Miss Myrtle Watkins. V.r.
and Mrs. I. C. Mann wove e .utt"in
ci by Mrs. P. II. Strnvlwirn Smlr:
Vn Mrirv S'-ayhorn Mt for Chit-ago.
111., Thursday of last week. HV
i1! It. til" 'vr'r'ii"!" 'ii'i-st. n1' hor
a'v'. is thr'? i-' ss.
Mrs. It. It. Flowers ts l'vHspoi'tl n
tVif --H-" 1?ol. Nort'-ni tin. i
A. J. Blackburn were, the g'te"'" o''
y.r. I!. K. Pussoll Smidav'f'ir (Unnev.
occasion, the nartv from TiwIiimh.o
included, Dr. Robert K. Moton, war-'
ten Logan, Emmett J. Scott, G. K.
itridgeforth, C. J. Calloway. F.
Cardura and A. L. Holsey.
ILWZ CUE IL?3Y.
eneea. ThtAdler ,
Plan thorouKhly '
wrecks all retail
imn Dricea. ab-
eut all in-be
I Bond trie FREE your wonderful
, urgao Book.
'I h ! (irw( i-l r mm cnlnrril
1 latly SolirilorM
VELMON r'sALES CO.
T32 1SS tlomms rre Klrrpl
T!ie krand object Of every life
raouid be to iiaike some one happy
Aj liiscij.les o Christ, each o:e of
us slio il.i be a sunbeam, briginenin,"
the corner where we aie. It each one
of us who profess the name of Jes.is:
would s'riie to initiate the examples
of his lile there would not be a sad
!n ;.it in the world. Much unhappi
hcss and misery is caused by unkind
and unthough'.ful words far out-number
the wounds caused upon tho field
of battle by shot and shell. If we
would make others happy, we must
speak cheerful words, and len-i a
h'-lpiiis; hand. Creat many people
reserve all of those- nleasant
TTrHnn Snrincrs. Ah.hama. Sentember' tholehts, and kind words about oth-
for Rev. G. P Woodson Sunday , ,,,,, V uumo- Mt' L,c""'1'i 8 Speaking to two thousand white f's poueu anu sealed until the day
lit before leaving for Murfreeshnrn ' I.'?. . , .! has !)een wllllol't a and colored people here todav, Robert of their demise, and then thev will
Monday morning. '! V y'X n , i;Mg'."on1. 01 Moton- Principal of Tuskegee In-. coniB and break the bottle over their
- - -. no rr i r.- ntitiiin ntirrtd nil i ho tinnn a rr rnr n
. - OlllUtg, Ulh't " i ill- v; i iu, wi.
Mr. and Mrs. Rankin Doyk went
to Nashville hist U'Olili -v n(in,l 1
TIP or a . vvy uui:im lll
ncere fmwral ot Dena UoyIe Uea hu(l
Jlr. and Mrs. Doyle
irs but was visiting in'
sympathy. We are glad to note that Zn vlt wUh
Mrs Chas Crutchfield, is improving Jllm 2
eu ior Kev. G. P. Woodson. Snnilnv i. . ..... . ,
nitrhr r,or, i.,. r... ; apust tnurcn i
.. .""B ""reesooro,, Pastor since the resitrnsUnn
j Tuskeree's Principal savs spirit of
! Hooker Washington will bring to
gether best element of both races
in present crises. Fine exhibits
shown in Bullock County.
Commissioner of Sts., Sswers and Sidewalks
Respectfully SoHits your Suppoit and influence
a njC' ! b.isH upon TWKNT I YKARS active
yuaiiiication :csMi,ria ,hese
hi n mm m mm imm , mma .mmilmamimwmKmKWTmm iJMM.Mt,
If elected I pledge my undivided personal attention" to
ward aa Eciiiionilcal Administration of tbe office.
Tlsurmiay, Hvpi. 27 11)17.
cenllv. nulled Rev. Womack an I h ;r" to stand bv the Pres dent in the 1 " s anu 01
KUBIREESBOTiO. tcA ThesiHters of Friendship p?efent wai crises .and to .Eve Z "ance. M
coffir.s and bathe their shrouds with
lanv a sad heart noes
,.Pt Allow iv, h a J. ...,.i. . . . .
Hannah Mai Allen has re-! Ora ilarverson After h r' i ' cr"ps already raise'1 anrt snow pa,rio'i ' 8 ' aylng for the want
home after spending four! mntin. nt imain. ri. . 1 tism by planting winter crops now. , of a kind word, or an encouraginn
weeks in Nashville with her grand-! cake were served" Visitors nrUo, The meeting today was the culmina-1 ,iee There are people in the walks
mother, Mrs. Lettie Baird. Miss! were Miss .TmiHin A,im0 r ' ....,1,'! tion of a unimie campaign which has - ,.fo ,n ,
nwi mo a it, ,.-.. r; heeti conducted among the colored peo- . "m
";",.:.... . e next I nin of nulloek Countv to awaken them ttno a'e t0"ay laboring hard for the
me niu mi wnn iirs. r iemiii-n
Emma Eavens. of Nashville spent the
week end with Miss Hannah Allen,
returning home Sunday, September
9th. A party was given by Miss Min-
on Bridie street. Mrs. C. H. Boone
enn aaugnter arrived last week, ltev
M. B. Church at 9:3C a. m. Miss
Nannie Wright the newly appointed
Supt. was seen- to be on her job.
School was opened on due time and
each teacher and pupil was at their
post, and a grand lesson was taught
for about 40 minutes with good re
sults. . At 11:30 a. m. a splendid con
gregation had gathered to listen to the
words of truth as they fell from the
mouth of their pastor with wonder
ful results. At 9:30 p. m., the A. C.
E. League met with that big hearted
president in the person of Miss Pearl
Matlock, who always knows what to
say and how to say on occasions of
this kind. To say the least of it they
had a big time in discusing the les
son. Mrs. Tiney Phillips and Mr.
Horace Mann, were among the many
Tisitors who took an active part in
the lesson. Mrs. Philips compliment
' ed tbe league by saying she had visit
ed the, leagues in Cincinnati, Ohio
- and that she had seen a greater
demonstration in the work here than
nie Allen, September 7th in the honor, Boone and family are occupying the
of her daughter and Mis Emma Parsonage. Miss' .luanita Adams or
Eavens. Those present were: Misse3i Nashville is tho guest of Miss Ida
Jessie Parker, Mable Sims, A(ldiejT"ve. 1 10f) South Glade street. Miss
Lee Sublett, Lucile Sims, Mary Miller, ! Ma Halfarre left last Sundav for
Idella Anderson, An Lillian Patter-, Birmingham, Ala., whore she will lv
son. Messrs Elder Wade, Isiah Willis I pin ner work in the citv schools. Mr.
William Phodes, Harry Goodlier, "" Mra- Allen Nicholson have
Charlie Reedy, Linard Willis and Mr. '""vert from North High street and
Harry Greene.' The music was fur-; rfi now residing on Washington
nished by Messrs John Elliot, James treet. College Hill. Miss Eddie
Lyons John avage and Mr. Harry 1 Jnbn''nrl aB'1 1,t,1fi sister, Mary, are
Greene. Mr. Patton has made for I vlsitinS ln Ir" City.
himself a great name at -the Jordenl
House hotel. Sunday September 2, j WMIAMSPORT.
ReV: IT iTslYZ wT afhfs1 ,
nnaf Rrnno Plone la r..t -". iu i-w utromue l UUr SIS'
nicely. Hopey Hill day school is over:
crowded with a sum of over 100
children, Mrs. Stella M. Butler Is the
teacher. The county Supt. visited the
school last week. Prof. R. T. Butler:
Is wide awake to this work, as super
visor. Mrs. Viola H. Brorton, of
Nashville, was visiting Mrs. Charlie
Butler Sunday. Rev. J. N. Butler is
a powerful preacher. Rev. Z. W. Hill
tor, Mrs. Robert Russell, who is very
111. Mrs. Russell has been an hr'a'i'l
for quite a while. Labor day night
was carried out in the highest, form,
rev. G. R. Norman acted as master
of ceremonies. After devotional ex-
rcises Prof. F. C. Collins was intro
duced as the speaker of the hour
Subject, "Some Factors Necess.irv
to the Development of a Race," fol
lowed by Prof. A. Sampson Prown
nle of Bullock Countv to awaken them
to a full sense of the responsibilities uplift of others. Yet their lives are
in raising and conserving the food 1 saddened because they are mi.-reprc-
crops. t'ntier tne leatiersnipor mayor cented, misunderstood and maltreat-
1. is. reafini mm inner luaimiK ' ed
citizens, the co-operation of the pro
gressive colored farmers was enlist- No one ever say a good thing about
ed through M. B. Ivy, the colored them while they live. No one ever
Demonstration Agent for the County. I stomj to encourage them, but just as
The white business men of the county no .. r , , ' ' , ,
nffnroH nri7B mnnHn.r to Jinn for soon as they are dead, they will stand
the best exhibits of home grown food bv tneir casket and speak into the
products and handiwork. : the ears that are closed to all earth-
Fairs were held in the eastern and iv the thinus that should have hPP1,
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By buying aod trying scalp and bair remediea that claim to
h&i alway bea doing for thousands of wen arerywkefa.
One can ot tbis woaderful Scalp and Hair preDaratioa will
put vour scalp in a healthy condition and start any short, stubborn, kinky bair
growing fast into long, soft, fluffy, beautiful
CUBANOLA HAIR POMADE is a proven product that merer falls to do
what we guarantee it will do. So many people have lost their hair and ruimed
their scalp by using other brands. Take no chances. Play safe and bay
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If your druggist can't supply you. send 25c in stamps or coin to
CUBANOLA MEDICINE CO., - - Atlanta, Ca.
Agents wanted everywhere. Write us.
to them while they lived.
Friends, there has been enough
sunshine scattered around the coffiiiF
' of those deported to have made them
I happy for filty years. There have
Southeastern part of the stale under
the direction N. J. Johnson and W.
E. McGowan respectively, both of
whom are successful Negro farmers
and the prizes which were awarded
by the judges, T. M. Campbell, Dis
trict npinnntitrnttnn AfTAnt nnd Cl R.
Bridceforth; Director of the Tuskegee , teen enough cheerful things said
Institute Agricultural Department, around the grave to make this world
were presented to the successful con- j happy until the clarion notes of Ga
testants today. Stirring addresses l)riej.s trumpet wake the sleeping
were made by Mayor Feagln, Hon. R. ; .... , ... ,
L. Cope and other leading white and j mill,0"s from thelr )rofouml sIu,-
colore! people. "er- lne tlnle 10 scatter sunshine
Principal Moton in his address took Is in a person's life time when he
occasion to speak of the Negro sol- pan enlov its beauty: the time to
large crowd. Rev. Hill and Rev. But
ler preached at Allen Chapel, Thurs
day night to a.very large crowd. Both
are very able speakers. We hope the
young man will make success for Rev.
Hill has a warm place in the hearts of
all the people of this place.
Miss Annie Lanier left Sundav fcr
in that large city, and encouraged Metropol s, 111. Mr. Porter spent Su:i
them to go on. Collection 58c. Long l!ay visiting parents mid friends. Mr.
before the hour for the 7:30 p. m. ,)ol!io I'eters has returned from St.
services, the chapel was well filled and ''O'1, Mo. Mrs. Julia I.ivt Has I een
at 8 p. m. Rev. W. H. Boddie arose "n t,,e sicIt ,ist- an'l Mrs. Coma
and announced as his text, Gal. 6:2-3. Jones of East Dickson, have a bonn-v
Bear ye one anothers burdens and ' !ll,y ll0rn September 4. 1917.
'thus fulfill ye the law of Christ, sub-; Mother and baby are doing nicely.
ject, Burden bearing. And as the!
speaker advanced with his thought it I FIAT ROCK.
was readily seen that he was familiar ' ' .
with his text and subject. It was said ! Sunday, was a beautiful day here,
by those present that it was one of j an" a" seemen to De qune jony. ji
st efforts of his lifes work;3: !U a- m- the (loors 01 "ersons
unapei m. a. unurcn sioou ajar unu
the faithful Supt. Bro. P. II. Hyde,
was at his post of duty. The beautiful
preached here Thursday night" to a of Columbia. Subject, "The Past.
. the biggest
since being in our city. Go. on Dr.
Boddie and preach such gospel ser
mons as you are preaching and we
assure you that great will be the 1 F'um1nv scno1 lesson, the Benefits of
results. The members of Old St Total Abstinence, was taught by Miss
John are being heard to say that our Lurlie Williams and nicely review
church must be heard from at St ei bv ,he Sunt- Sunday night we
Paul at Chattanooga Oct. 17th with were a11 verv much P'001 t0 have
a grand report. Mrs. A. C. Boddie is ,n m,r midst- Rev- Leek- of Brentwood
now preparing her children for her i He delivered a sermon that will never
closine exercise that will tairo ! be forgotten, his hearers sat. almost
his lips as burning fire, the 3rd
chapter of Exodus and the 12th verse
were the words of his text (Certainly)
I will be with thee; we welcome him
back at any time, also Rev. Hunt,
who accompained him.
on Friday night, Sept. 21st Come one i R'?e11 .bound aa the word9
and all. The city school opened its
doors for its 52nd session Monday
morning, with Prof. D. A. Townsen
as Its principal, and Mrs. Georgia B.
Gray assistant. Mrs. Sallie Gray
who had been the assistant for 25
years resigned in favor of the above
named person. We regret very
much to give her up, after so many
years of toil and service. She was a
splendid teacher and a lady of the
highest type, yet we are proud of
the present teahcer, who has taken
her place in the person of Mrs. Geor
gia B. Gray, who comes from a family
of teachers. We shall expect big
thinfta of her lets make her
She is quite an accomplished young mav God ever watch over htem.
woman. You have our prayers and ! '. j
our endorsement. School opened with j Her sufferinBa en(le(l wIth the day,
an enrollment of Kin. rr Pmtu, Yet lived she at its close,
have moved to the residence of Mrs. And l""68"16" t"6 lone. lonS night
In statue like repose.
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN.
Sad indeed was the death of Sis
ter Georgia Anna Peebles, wife of
Bro. Anderson Peebles, and mother of
Mrs. Jimmie L. Hyde, Mrs. Carrie L.
Blackman. Misses Mary Bell M.
Joanna. Bessie D. Mattle B. and
Thomas Anderson Peebles. We all
are bnwerl on grief with thein and
Present and Future of the Negro.1
Prof. W. S. Walker of Nashville,
subject, "The of the
World to lan." Mrs. W. S. Walker,
subject, "Education." Dr. Francis.
subject, "Health and Disease." Shor
talks were made by others. Hacr
speaker prov?d that special study
had been given the subjects for the
grand occasion, and each of their
sayings will live long in the hearts
and minds of all who heard them
Response by Rev. G. R. Norman. We
were indeed pleased to have these
distinguished men and women in our
midst. Call a.train. You aro always
welcome. The beautiful home of
Mr. and Mrs. James Church was the
scene of much Roclal activity. Misses
Annie L. Christian and Poarl Church
entertained several of their friends.
Among them were Mr. William Wat
kins of Nashville; Mr. Frank Wil
liams, 'Mr. Pokle K. Smith of Mt.
Pleasant, also Mr: James Grand'oerry.
On Friday at 4 p. m., the happy nartv
went on a joy ride to Columbia. All i
report, a grand time. Rev. Norman
was at his post and delivered an able
discourse Sunday at. 11 a. m. He
chose for a text St. Matthew 5:S.
Theme, Blessed are the pure In
heart. Rev. Norman favored his
members and friends with a new :
nreachor Sunday night. Dr. Largin
White, of this place. He chose for
diers at Fort Des Moines, Iowa and of
he fine impression they made during
his recent visit there. "I was never
more proud to he a Negro," he sadi,
"than when I heard from the lips of
the loading white citizens of Des
Moines that because of the gentlemanly-
conduct f these Negro Officers, the
whole attitude of the white people of
the city had been changed regarding
the entire Negro Race." j
Concerning the location of Negro
Sldiers in the south, Dr. Moton said, '
"For thirty-five years, Dr. Booker T. I
V ashington, whose broad understand-
TO THE VWrKfiSH
am 'candidate for re-election as Commissioner
of Streets, Sewers and Sidewalks.
Primary September 13, WIT, and election
September 27, WIT.
(iKOP.fiW. STAIN HACK
give llowers is while we live, their
fragrance cannot be inhaled whn we
a"e dead. Let us not defer the nood
th'nirs we have to say about others
too late. Let us speak well of the liv
ing. Let us shout our appreciation
for service rendered to our people by
,those in public life. Let us not kick
the hand that is feeding us. If we
would make others happy, we must
not become chronic complaints.
That person who makes a specialty
the bright side for it will be worth
a thousand pounds to cultivate the"
habit of looking on the bright side.
Just laugh and crow fat, for it i
will be worth your while just lo cast
a little smile. So just live to make;
happy by smiling as you go.
NEW YOUS LEAD FOR CONGRESS
ing of the problems of the south and j '' complaining is like a dark beniuht-
-iMife wise council in tne adjustment
of these problems was recognized and
lnowlediied by both white and col
orod people of the country, urged that
the races in the South set aside mis
understanding and suspicion and
forge ahead for the ultimate and great
est good of the South and now that
he has passed from among us and left
us a rich heritage of Negro progress
and mutual understanding between the
races. Let us not falter in our up
ward progress because of any test of
patience, sympathy and faith in one
ed cloud darkening an I wrapping in
iioo.n the sphere of activity in which
Let us not be a ( loud but let us
mak-s ot' our lives a band or music,
sending out pleasure on every side,
far and near, to all that can hear
the melody that conies from our iiarp
of a thousand strings.
I t-t ns not lie like the vender ot
umbrellas who was met upon a rainy
dny by a friend. The friend remark-
Local committee of 100 has made
great preparations for Equal Rights
Convention at Mother Zion Church,
for next Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday, Sept. 1S-20 President
C'inner asks every church to ob
serve Race ('ingress Sunday ept.
1C. Let every city send delegates
another. The establishment of sol
diers' training camps throughout the : pl1 f0 ''im. "a good day for your bnsl
country together wi!h the trying ness." but tho umbrella vender re-e-onomic
conditions brought on by riit.,i t0 him, " A good day for um
thf turmoil of a world war creates at i.n0 , T i,.4. ,n . i
new test, of our manhood and woman- lrp,,n 1 t sold a single
hood and will tax to the utmost our: parasol., lie would have the sun
a text tne second entstie or Paul's 1 " """5 ""-i"u.-m i" - " -
letter to the Corinthians, subject, i iuiniinienr oi our Lnristian duty; uut, street and it raining on the other
i ueiieve tnat tne people or the coun-, 9ilP, aml sim e u waR not, he was dis-
iry win rise to this emergency and
First, what Is the gospel? Second
vho Is to preach it? Third, when Is
it -to be preached? Fourth, where tint we win all stand by our Presi-
are we to preach this gospel? Fifth, dent and our flag; that the best citi-i
how are we to preach it? The Doc- 7cns of every community, both white
r.atisletk Ho was a natural grum
bler. If things don't come out- way
let us not grumble; let us look upon
, Sanders, of Church, St., No. 55 N. E.
Call and see his new place of business.
He Is very busy with his lucrative
practice. He is on the go night, and
day. We have serveal on the sick list
Miss 'Pinkie Snell is at tbe point of
death. Mrs. Mary Crutcher Is yet in
bed. Mrs. N. Finch Ib better. Mr.
Dick Duncan,, has at last consented
to let Dr. Fraiser carry him to Nash
ville to under go an operation. We
. await his early recovery. Mr. Jake
Mosley, was out on the streets again
this week after a few days of serious
illness. .Mr. Fred Keith and wif,e
, have gone to some town in Ohio.
' They have our prayers. Mrs. Louclnda
. James of Louisville, Ky., has returned
y home after spending two weeks with
relatives and friends In our city. Rev.
D. J. Tate has opened his school ln
Cowan. Mr. Terry has gone to Chat
tanooyi to work. Mrs. Nina Finch,
Edna Wright and Miss Nannie Wright
- report a big time at Elora in their W
H. and F. Missionary meeting that
convened at the above named place on
Friday before the 4th Sunday ln last
month. They are elated. God bless
; these good women. Mrs. Ada Sim
. mons' had some very much needed
work done on her house last week, it
looks like a new one now. Mrs. Laura
Trim has returned home after spend
ing 10 days ln the city of Chattanoo
go with her husband and friends. Mrs.
M. Pratha has returned home from
'.- Fayettville, Tenn. Well everybody is
o their way to New Friendship next
But when the sun in all Its state
Illumed the Eastern skies,
She passed through Glory's morning
And walked in paradise.
Lynn .- Creek Association met at
Connection Hill Church, Saturday
before the second Sundav in Septem
ber with large attendance. Rev.
Wm. Wilson of Franklin was intro
duced to a large and Intelligent
crowd at 11 o'clock Saturday morn
ing, he took for his text Ezek. 45:
13, 14, 15. Afterwards they went to
the business house. The people of
Thompson Station certainly opened
their doors and set their table board
ly for each and every one that at
tended Lynn v Creek Association.
Deacon Tyler Jordan took Rev. Wil
son and wife, Rev. Beaver and 'wife
and several other ladies and gentle
men, not knowing their names. Rev.
and Mrs. Allen took Mr. and Mrs.
Robt. Wilson, Mrs. Mary Gentry,
Mrs. Ella Black of Pulaski, Tenn.,
several others I can't mention. Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Dodson took Miss M.
M. Gentry of Pulaski, Tenn., Mrs.
Ewing of Franklin, Tenn and the
Moderator, Old Father Peter Starnes
of Franklin, Rev. Porter McClurlne of
Nashville, Tenn, Rev. Henry Handy
of Nashville, Tenn. Bro Bennie Cof-
niiy , ; 1
New York, Sept. 10. 1917. Seldom
if ever has thui Empire City made
bn'tor preparations to welcome a Na
tional Race Meeting for Equal Rights
than has been made for the National
Race Congress and loth annual meet
ing of the National Equal Rights
League which is to be held here for
three days, Sept. IS, -9 and 20, in
Mother Zion Church, W. 136. St.
Rev. J. M. Brown, pastor.
The nssaults upon the Colored
Race, both its workers and its sol
diers and the color lino by the Na
tional government since the U. S. A.
went into the European War for
"world democracy" will be' tho main
Issues. Mrs. Ida B. W. ISarnett and
others from Illinios and Mo., will give!
the real facts of the East St. Louis
Massacre. There will also be dele
gates from other states where race
riots have occurred.
The committee of welcome is head
ed by Hon. L. S. Allen, chin. Rev. W.
S. Holder, Sec, Rev. Charles Martin
Treas, leaders in tho Silent Protest
Parade who also took petitions to
the White House.
The League appeals to every city
to send a delegate and asks every
pastor to make Sunday, Sept. 16,
"Race Congress Sunday" and to pray
for a successful getting together and
also to choose a delegate from the
church for the convention.
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feeds the soi:'p and ma!:cs the hair grow
very fast. This is necessary beforeshort
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mail on receipt of stamps or coin.
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tXlLINTO MEDICINE COMPANY M
:-r rrvnttyr vv
Lawson Connell and Corean Ran
dolph, 723 Winters street.
L. A. Johnson and Beatrice John
son, Uti-.t Phillips street.
Dave Bell and Matrha Means, 12G
William Hill and Magsle Green.
Ill Porter street.
Emmett Thompson and Tessie M.
Martin, 515 Pe-tbody street.
Perkins Stevenson and Helen A.
Keelin, Murfreesboro, R. R. 1.
Johnnie Pittman ond Cum Wil
liams, 47 Herberts alley.
Lee E. Allison and Alice Perry,
Dickerson road, R. R. 2.
George Edwards and Robbie Fra-
zier, 710 Fourth Avenue, south.
Henry Wilson and Mary Coleman,
63 North Hill street.
Napoleon Bonapart Hatcher, Jr.,
and Grace Jones, 56 Green street.
Will Pennington and Isabella Mc
Gavock, 750 Ewing Avenue.
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N., C. & ST. L. in .
(April 15, 1K17.)
iVei-t and Northwest.
I'iiilui-iih, St. Louis.
coiiiii'i-is for Ceii- Leaves Arrive
m-villo 7:oii am 8;5U pm
Hickman, I'lidiu-ah 2:0U pm 1:40 pm
W'.ivcrly Aeci.. -nii-
necU rentrevilU'.'GO pm '7:40 am
'liixii' Flyer" to tit.
l.inils . . . . 8 is pn i'.m am
Memphis & Hickman l:fi0 urn 3:ul am
SOUTH AN'P EAST.
CKiit. and Atlnnt'i. 3:11 am 1 4C; am
Ohiitl., Atlanta, Jack
for nil brunch pts. 8:30 am 6:54 pm
Dixie Fler" Cliat.
Atlanta und Jack
sonville 11:52 am 4:45 pm
Cliutt. and Enst, con.
City S. Pitts 3 30 pm 11:15 am
ruilalioina acco. con.
for Shtlbyville. . .'C:C0 pm '8:15 am
Jhutt noona, Atl nia,
W ash., Pblla., New
York 9:15 pm 6:3a am
Lebanon Mixed '7:00 anr
i.ulianon Kxpiess ..9:mm am ?:0ll pm
l.cliiiiion Accoin. ...,o:,.'ii pm :.:t0 pm
Lebanon Accoin. ...4:30 pm 7:45 am
l.-aily except Sunday, other train".,
run ilai'ly. ..
City Ticket Office, corner Churchl
street and Fourth avenue. '
Phones Main 4i2 and Main 4:'3.
Y. M C A., NOW OPEN
The entire building is ready for occupancy
For any information apply at OFFICE
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Saunders left
the city Wednesday for Shelbyvllle,
Mrs. Saunders will be on the, faculty
at Turner Normal this term, and she
leaves her friends with best wishes
for success, also hoping that Mr.
Saunders will be benefited by- the
change, as he has been in poor health
for the last year.
The many anxious friends of Mr.
John Finley, 523 6th Ave. S., are de
lighted to know that he Is much improved.
Miss Anne Gillespie of 500 18th
Ave., N., left the city Sunday night for
Chicago, 111., to visit frieuds.
Louisville & Nslivi! K. R.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
(Effective 11:59 p. m. May li, 1917.)
Louis. & Cincinnati. 3:10 am 2:44 am
Louis. & Cincinnati. 8:05 am 8:35 pm
Louis. & Cincinnati. 8:30 pm 7:5 am
Louisville Accoin. a12:05 pm 3:2" pm
Evans. & Chicago. ,8:00 pm 7:49 am
Evans. & Chicago. . .3:20 am 2:30 am
Evans. & Chicago. . . 4 :53 pm 11:40 am
Evans. & St. Louis. ,7:43 am 8:25 pm
Evans. & St. Louis. .3:20 am 2:30 am
Evans. & St. Louis.. '8:00 pm 7:49 am
Birm. & N. Orleans. 2:57 am 2:55 am
Hirnf. & N. Orleans. 8:30 am 7:40 pm
Hlrrn. & MontBomery9:05 pm 6:50 am
Nash. & Dec. accom.3:50 pm 10:10 am
Hopklnsvllle Acco. a.o0 pm 9:55 am
Colu'bltt & Mt. Pleasy3:50 pm 10:10 am
Columbia & Tuscuiti.S am 6:50 pm
Nash. & Clarks. Acea !4:10 pm 8:20 am
Dixie Limited 'discontinued.
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7:45 am 12:35 pm
2:15 pm 6:60 pm
8:10 am 9:25 am
4:45 pm T 5:55 pm
Dally. IDally except Sunday.
" aStop at North College St. Station.
City Ticket Office, 221 Fourth Ave., N.
Phones, Main 4504 and 4505.