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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY OCTOBER 12, 1917.
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TO THE ITHI.IC.
An. rrnnraui rrflwtliina upon lh char
cter, ataarllni or rrpiiiailok at ant prrann
trm or (orMmtli.i) whW'h nay appear lo
th coluuoa of ill. & ahh vi 1 1 k iiijirk wit
be fladly corrwtwl upon Mni hrnutfht tr
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All Dawa peril 11a for i-uhlti-aMno mil.'
be written only n one a(d nf the paper
And ahould be accompanied by tbe name of
ibe ronrrihiiror. nl nei-eaaarlly for publl
-!tlnB. but aa ldem nt unod faith
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Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 1J, 17.
The Courier Journal edited by the
brilliant and versatile Henry Watter
son, has some very nice things to
say concerning the Negro as a sol
dier, and prospective army olllcer,
which we are sure will be appreciat
ed by the race. It is very seldom
that a white Journal st can rise su
perior to his prejudice and talk like
tin a He Bays:
"In the war now in progress the
American Negro wi'.l make his first
appearance as a commissioned oltl
cer in the United States army. Suc
cessful candidates at the Negro Officers'
Training Camp in Iowa are receiv
ing their commisKons. They will be
assigned to Negro units in the regu
lar army, the National tluard or tho
National Army as the occasion do
mands. The mobilization of the Ne
gro troops will login with. 11 a short
time umlor plans now perfected,
" 'The American Nero fi;;hts well
when well officered' has been a fa
miliar assertion, the inference bo ng
that wh'.te ehulership is necessary.
Thero is nothing '11 the history ol
black races to warrant the I e'ief Unit
the American Negro must bo "well
ofGcered" meaning led by ollicers of
another race I el'orc ho can bo de
pended upon as a soldier.
"Negro Generals in Latin-American
countries are numerous and many ol
them have been not only brave but
also distinguished. Cen. Maceo in
the Cuban revolution was a recent
example. Hamilcar, Hasdrubal, Han
nibal and other famous North Afri
cans were not of the race represent
ed in America by descendants of
Africans. This is truo of Cetewayo
in South Africa. The Zulus, the
Swazi and other Kaffir tribes, din
tinguished in modern African war
fare, are more akin to the native
of the Atlas Region and the Ilarbary
Coast than to the progenitors of the
American Negro, hut the Sudanese
are Negroes of the equatorial region
of Africa. History contains an ample
record of their military ability. The
names of Sir Samuel Baker, Cen.
Gordon, Col. Hicks, Kitchener land
others who fought in the Sudan were
made famous in military enterprises
which tried tho metal of the best
European soldiers, with superior
arms, acting against ill armed but
fearless and exceptionally ferocious
aatives. Omdurman and Khartum
are names familiar the world over as '
Kcenes of hard fighting. The Negro
soldiers of the Mahdi and the Kali fa,
in Gordon's day and in Kitchener's,
lacked nothing in courage.
It la not necessary to go further
than Latin-America to look for ex
amples of eapabie Negro officers.
There is no doubt atwut the cour
age ol American Negroes aa sold ers.
There will be no doubt about the
capacity of Ihe Negro candidates who
have won commissions in the Officers
ReRerTe Camp at Des Moines. Offi
cered by men of the-'r ov:n race the
Negroes will experience an increase
of pride. They will exhibit a spirit
of rivalry and Increased ambition to
make a creditable showing In battle.
That they men and officers will
be1 "heard from" when they get to
the trenches in Europe may be as
And, in these times of the high cost
of living, a dinner of cabbage sprouts
flavored with country bacon, would
n't taste cruel.
The last rose or summer didn't
"fade" at Hadley Park.
KASHVILLES BRAIXY 3E.V. DttlXK DEEPLY.
It Is surprising- that the average j Notwithstanding the fact that Ten
Nero citizen does not know that nessee is a dry state, there is plenty
Nashville is on the intellectual map j to drink all over every one of her
0' the Nation, not alone lecause ot ninety -six counties. One can drink
its universit es, and colleges, ot jhs fill of the heauties of the October
which we are all Justly proud, but j days now, standing in any field or
lecause it is the home of intelleotu-; on any road, witnin any wood.-along
al plants who are men of recognized ! any creek or river. He can drink
erudition and stupenduous literary 1 deep of the glories of the Autumn
attainments. Dr. C. V. Roman, a man ! coloring of the. leaves, of the deep
of letters. Editor of
the Journal ot ,
the National Medical Assaolation, a
perpetual surprise even to those who
know him best. His reputat on as
a special st is nation wide and his
merits eiiual his reputation. If you sets. He can quaff the crisp air ot
would see hira at his best , visit his J the mornings and the breeze temper
BiMe Cla3s Sunday mornings, and j cd atmosphere of the even hits and he
you will find that he has a masterly jean drink his fill ot the sun-warm-understanding
of all that pertains to cd air of noon-day as he speeds along
the Scriptures. country lanes in his automobile. He
Hon. J. C. Napier has ncqu tted ' can fill himself with the beauties
himself admirably all of his life. He in the new garb that nature has triv
ia a charming man full to the brim
of useful lesal lore, and is finely '
qualified by eceptirnal educational ,
advantages. Mr. Napier is Incapable
of hurting any one's feel n;rs. As j
a lawyer, hanker and office holder, j
he has done well.
Rev. J. A. Jones,
Tun er Normal, and all around writ-;
er and speaker is too well known to
ne;d an extensive encomium at our i
hands. He possesses the rare faculty 1
of knowing how to put his thought
on paper so that he "who runs may
read." Jimmie Jones should have
leen a Bishop long ago is the opinion
of most men.
Isaac Fisher, Fisk's intrepid ed'
tor, is a writer and a scholar en
dowed with calm good sense unting
ed by prejudice whose writings
are full of heartiness and pureness 1
of motives. One will have to go a
long way before ho finds a better
Dr. P. R. Burrus, that man of rug
ged honesty who will take the hugest
puns to accommodate a friend, a
man of much learning, beloved by
every pupil that ever attended Me
harry Medical Ollege. He possess
es a plain, blunt frankness that 1
indeed congenial. He has made a
colossal success of life.
Julian C. Caldwell, writer, plat
form orator, a decided credit to any
Bishops Tyree, Scott, and Phillips
do much towards making Nashv lie
look big on tho map of intellectu
ality. They are men who labor in
a simp'e straight forward manner,
doin all that is possible for men to
' do to the end that the Negro may
come into his own educationally, as
well as spiritually.
The list is a leng one. too long for
th s article as there are others who .
could le nientioied, who are men 01
nnquestioi'able ability, and eminent
litness. Wo have reasons to be
proud of our distinguished men as
tliey are the peers of the proudest
of any race.
run ana, nvo do.vt cm;i:.
There is now running at oi e of the
local movies, a p eture worth while.
"Tbe Cirl Who Hidn't Care.' Titer-I The e litorlal in the Globe Inst . jng CQUrches of tha denomination in
have leen not a few of them born in-1 week on the Hadley Tark joke had tne citV- This is more or less in
to Mm world Thev were a men u e I 'he riRnt rinR- The city of Nashville tensifled whenever the conference
to tho woild. tliey weie a menaie k . Mounio HMro tho In-
to tho well I ein? of the community
in which they lived, and when they
jot to tie grown-ups they were verit
able hell-cats maKing life unbearable
and miserable to all with whom they
came in contact. She caused more
pain and heart burning than any
other source imaginable, so she has.
The pirl who didn't care, she went
her way to the devil, as do thev all.
"Tho Girl who' didn't care," "I am
getting d tired of you treating
me as you ao sai aine gin who uiu-
n't care to a young man n a crowd
ed placo of amusement 0, the pity
of it if they cou'd only see then
solves as others see them, there
would bo less sin in the world. Oh
tho wave of crime that has I een
caused by the girl who didn't care,
disease, squalor and wretchedness is
ail of her maUinir. She has done
more to hurt Christianity and relii;
'on than any other agency. She
caused nations to war upon nations
and man's blood to flow like rivers.
There have yl oen girls who .didn't
care what the world said of them, and
they brought woe and desolation to
their homes. There have been girls
who didn't care when and where they
went and they caused shame and
sorrow to sta'.lt abroad In the land.
There liave been girls who didn't
care fcr the consequences of an tin
til 13 IW 1. 1 iu iu vu
tM.ionoM ftri th.M cai'n rapine
tr,. , "
and murder to hold high carnival
in the land. Oh, the shame, th tiio
misfortunes that the girl who didn't
care brought in her wake! Mothers
have meddled too much in the affairs
of girls not her own thus showing
her own daughter the utter disre
gard of proprieties. Motherp have
acted defiantly and brazenly, and
the g'rl who didn't care caught the
inspiration and acted accordingly.
Oh, the pity of it. Mothers, go and
see the picture now showing, and be
The Colonel not only calls a spade
s spade, but then picks it up and I e uanty scare crow. But I make no er share ot entertaining the confer
wallops the grave digger over the 1 piea whatever, for mixel race narVs. ence in their homes, as well as the
head with it
A busy man often hears that loaf
ing sion becomes tiresome and wTmid
like A chance to try It
rich greeu of the velvety grass, ot
somber yellow of the cornfields, ot
the Mack lu the freshly turned soil
of the stubble fields, of ttie blue ot
the skies and the red of the sun-
en bis beloved state for her fall
dress parade and can assure hiniselt
that 110 man mado creation can match
the . colorinss of "what Cod hath
wrought" in Tennessee,
There is nothing on earth more di
vine than a beaut fully souled worn-
nn or a vigorously souled man. But I
when a woman attempts tne roio 01
.. . u
a malli slle at once i,(.,.0mes mawkish;
aU(J when a nlau an-ects the part ot
a woraan he immediate y sinks to
the level of an ungodly simpering
Our friend P. F. Hill, made a de
cided success of his horticultural ef
forts this year. It seemed as if na
ture was especially kind to him. His
sweet notatoes are the largest and
. . , ri .
finest we have seen in many a day.
We here and now suggest to him,
that it would l e a capital 'dea it
he would raise more potatces next
year and less of what General Sher
man said war is.
And when John Frost finally did
arrive, he was met at the station by
his old pal King Corn, who fell
around his neck.
Furthermore, a man in business
omrht not to be so sure that he can
"get by" with scornful and arrogant
The sacred longing of our soul is
for a good dish of fried liver and
onions. 0 jiy!
A bQUAKk .
GIVS THE NEGROES
. , , , . . , 1
One of the 1 most oMe tWj
affecting the civic life of the Nash
ville Negroes, is, that they are so i
hore'essly divided, that they will not
consider acting as a unit unless by j L" ' " . neral llml. In a very special duty from his res mcnt to
'lie direction of white men, and that "-e sense the pastor's pastoral the Ninth Ohio. He was enlisted in
they are too easily satisfle l. The , woh u nieasurert bv the amount ot 1!1 and has seen service in tn,
first two faults mentioned above, are ( ..I)0u.ir Money" he 'succeeds in re- United States and In the Pliillipine
relies of the slave code. The last, is 1 ortinK !l3 coming from his charge, Islands. Vhi!e liere they were :o
ho result of the weiltest point in the .icc01.uing ta the membership. Hence cated at the Youni; Men's Christian
Booker T. Washington doctrine. No , lllu,.e ia more or lc3s a spirit of rival-1 Assotdafon and took 'an opportunity
eVtire of the entire Washington pro- vy Jn evklence among the ministers, to see the business enterprises ot
nntranda was more pronouncs'l. more . ,nemDers as well, when certain xashvi!le. They were entertained
far-reaching and at the same time, I .nrche9 or reputed equal rank, be-1 nt u.e Kationnl Baptist Publishing
more detrimental to Nero uplift, as gin t0 rep01.t their finances. For a Corvr(j headquarters while here. Thev
1 man. as tne Aero-ne-sausne 1 inea.
preached by the notel si-e f Tuske-jkcpt
rre and apostle ot industrialism.
playgrounds galore, for the white .
population. These local pleasure re-,
sorts, representing tnousanas ana
thousands of dollars, are things of
beauty, and are locate! not only on
the outskirts of the city, but in the
very heart the urban life of the com-
munity, where every white citize 1,
-ich and poor, great and small, good
and bad may resort and take recrea -
Ion. I am told that certain of these
pleasure grounds, have signs up, "No
"enrei and Dogs Allowed."
Of course such signs are unneces-
sary anywhere in the South. Wi'h the
Southern Negro, a hint to the wise 19
alwavs sufficient. We would not risk
ur live by visiting the white man's
parks if no park was ever set apart
for our race.
Yes, Hadley Park is a beautiful out-
cf-town field, recently cleanel up and College, the denominational scnooi
pet apart for the colored race of Nash-' located at ShelbyviUe. That institu
villo. with the strict understanding tion will receive a large share of at
that so far as the Ne;ro's park privi-1 tention at the conference. Every
Ices are concerned, "thus far shalt church is expected to send up a do-
! thou go, and no further." To reich
his park, the Negro, after having annual buusumiiuuh wb
ridden to the city limits on the trol-jThis is known as the Educational
ley car, must then walk nearly a mile Dollar." A special hour wi be given
in the country through the dust or . the president of the institution, in
mud. "bearing the burden and the which to present the claims of the
heat of the day." If Hadley Park was school. The cans e Jiirner Col
really a "gift" as some would have lege seems to be beginning tc He
us believe, the case would assume a heavier and bea vier on the heart, of
different aspect. But, In the name the n.embershli . of the urcli and
of Almighty God. will some, one tell future out ook for the school is
the readers of the Globe, in what
rinse is the Hadley Park, a "gift" to
the Nesroes of Nashville? Is Cen- "l " Th Nashville
tennial Park a gift to the white peo- ""eobeing flUed by Tur
ple? is Shehly Park a gift? Awa lP flUa
which dot the city, "gifts" to the
1 ' '
I while people? If so, who made the
,lnnnllnna7 Wh furniahO'l tho mO'P7
uuiiau.. . , Tnere are lour presiaing eiuer uia-
to plant them and to keep them In tr,ct3 ,n thls conference, presided
operation? .-over by the following men: Revs. G.
When you consider the per cent of h Jack80n( t. j. Edwards, F. W.
Ne?ro population in Nashville, and Gardner an(j w. H. Porter. The Pre
the amount of taxable property wn-lsl(jing gibers are supposed to be
ed by the race, Hadley Park exclusive-1 ..,. thP troneest men in the con-
ly for colored people," is a huge Joke, j ference There seems to be no in
But somebody will say, "better than , ulcation 0f any change of presiding
nothing." That may be true; but!edera at tnS conference, although
why, "nothing?" Why may not the thrfi la beginning to be some talk
colored citizens of Nashville be allow-
ed the privileges of tne city panes ime making another district, isacn ais
the rest of the citizens? Certainly ;trjct ag n now stands, so it ia said,
nobody fears the social equality bug- jjg t00 large for the presiding elder
bear. The class of Negroes who visit t0 effectually oversee. In this event,
'.he parks In a social way, are general- another presiding elder will have to
ly those who not only know how to be appointed.
behave themselves, but wnose pecul
iar sensitiveness would cause them to
s'eer clear of anything that looked
in,. 0 ifaotra tn vlnlnta tho nncfnl
Plea wnti'tsver, lur uuao i iomj " . .
indeed the seoarate narks and play
ground-, would suit our people much
r .. . . .
Detter. jjut. I, ior one, am uuwun .6
to have the city fathers go out in the
country and purchase an old field tor
a city park for Negroes, and make
:uy yarn, ior iicgiuco, auu iuog
iron clad rule that they must either
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go there or nowhere, so far as park j
privileges are concerned.
AFRICAN METHODISTS COMING
The coming of the fall conference
of the A. M. E. Church, which meets
in this city next week is looked for
ward to with a deal ot Interest by
the members of the denomination
throughout the conference.
The session opens Wednesday
morning, October 24th in St. John
Church, corner Cedar and Eighth
Avenue. Bishop B. F. Lee of Wil
berforce, Ohio, will preside. The
morning session will consist of a
special devotional exercise embrac-
wfich wlli include 'the celon of
iho hnlv cnnim.inion. administered
ibv the bishop; the delivery of
annual sermon by Rev. J. D.
"u . ;
ii'iir fir I' 1 ' ! H iiriiuizttLioii ill
nient of special committees.
As usual, a public reception will be
tendered the ministers and delegates
Wednesday night at St. John, Dr. J. ,
H. Smith, the pastor and his congre- i
gation will be the host. Dr. F. W. I
Gardner, the presiding elder of the
district, will be associated with the
church and pastor in this show of ;
respect. A number of the local
prominent citizens, representing the j
various vocations and professions, 1
will participate in the exercises.
The various committess, including
Admission of Candidates, First Sec
ond, Third and Fourth Year's Studies
have been called to meet on Tues
day evening for the purpose of get
ting their work ready by the time
conference opens. All candidates are
required to meet their respective
committees on that evening, at St.
Other committees will take up the
work as it comes into their hands as
the conference progresses.
The indications are that the cleri
cal force which Includes the three
secretaries, will remain the same, as
all seem to have given satisfaction in
Next to the reading of appoint
ments, probably nothing in a Metho
dist conference is more important, or
attended with larger degree of inter
est as the reports of the pastors from
in tne a M. E. Church every pas
tor is expected to bring one dollar
for every member that appears in
U church roll; either that, or a
fair percent of the same. This is
called the "dollar money" and goes
Ti the maintenance' of the con-
I,,ln,i,I. nf years, this spirit has been
up ql"lite prominently between
fSt it,n nn,i ct. Paul, the two lead-
llieeia 111 iiaoiJiiin.. ---
terest this year will run high,
probably no church in the confer-
once, has suffered more from nnan
,cai depression for the last few years
'than has Payne Chapel. But that
j congregation has as its pastor, Dr.
j, a. Jones, one of the best informed
and most prominent ministers of the
; church. He has been serving there,
1 however, since July, having been
called to that congregation after his
' resignation from the presidency of
Turner College. Dr. Jones will no
doubt, make ia good report. It is
thought by some that he will be
'transferred to anomer cuiueiem.o,
The Cause of Education.
Tennessee African Methodists are
itteed to the support of Turner
nation, besides eacn minister lw
;6."-" 6 -
Some of the most prominent pas-
1 m-n Cnnnfl rtQ a Mi Tirfifl liptll
- ..... u-
. re-distrlctlng the conference and
St. John membership has the larg-
triiuc in msn ---"""t
sassions at that church, but the other
h . , 1 1 1 .. 1 JI.
A M. K. unurcnes wm iurmua u.u- ...b 7;:;: of the
u jn in tho hnoomont nf the'nav on tne maoDteaness 01 we
uei j "r
church. The following arrangements
have been agreed upon with refer-
ence to feeding the conference: Wed-
w r ,
nesday, St.' Paul Church; Thursday,
Payne Chapel and St. James; Friday
St. John's Church; Saturday, Bethel
and Trinity; Sunday, dinner in the
homes; Monday, Salem, St. Luke and .
St. Phillips. Conference is expected
to adjourn Monday night.
Bishop Lee goes from Nashville to
Paris, Tenn., where the West Ten
nessee Conference will open the fol
The church Aid Club of Capers'
Chapel gave a parlor concert Thurs
day night at the Bethlehem House in
honor ot Miss Elizabeth Becton,
leaving the city tor Louisville, Ky.
A musical program was rendered, as-
sisted by the Rosary Quartette. Dr.
J. A. Lester, presidin.
A NEGRO DA1LI".
There has just come to this c'ty a
copy of The Dai'y Herald publisher
iu Baltimore, Md. It is volume 1,
No. 1 and la published ly the llera'd 1 f
Printing Company. It is a four
page seven column journpl, ami is
supposed to sell i'."r two cents out
side of Baltimore. Mr. V. T. An
drews v.-.ii be the ertitcr. treasurer
and general manager. The Place of
publicatou will le 1227 L)r.ild Hill
Avenue. It is understood that a
substantial stock company is i.ehin4
The Daily Herald, which bristles
with news ot interest nationally. At
the Chattauooga meeting of the
Cress Association the venture of tne
Bau"raomc"1 ul "-'"
SERG. JOS. N. JONES,
24th U. S. Infantry.
SERGEANTS JONES AND WILSON
Nashvl'.le was paid a visft this
week by. two sergeants of the United
States Army in the persons of Ser
jeant J. N. Jones of the Twenty
fourth United States-Infantry and
Sergeant Wm. Wilson of the Ninth
Ohio Battalion. They were en route
from Dayton, Ohio, to Camp Sheri
dan, Montgomery, Alabama. They
were motoring through the country
having been detailed to this Bpecal
trin by the authorities. The Ninth
Ohio Battal'on consists of es;ht hun
dred men and 4tt Ohio under the
command of Major John C. Fulton,
all of whom are now at camp Sheri
dan. Serpr. J. N. Jones of tho twenty-fourth
Infantry was detailed on
wore dressed in olive drab uniform
United States regulation. Sergeant
Jores was amons those who cantured
one of the coveted prizes, having the
distinction of being one among thoe
designated as "sharp shooters. " The
left Nashville Wednesday morning
in a reven passenger auto for Mont
Komery. SERG. J. N. JONES,
Twenty-fourth United States Infan
try now on detailed duty with the
Ninth Ohio Battalion at Camp
Sheridan at Montgomery, Ala.
MR. CHARLES CONN DEAD.
Franklin, Tenm, Oct.15. Mr Chas.
Conn,.. Jr.,-departed this life Ooto
1 e'r 15, lfllTT at the home of his pa
vents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Conn,
West Franklin. He had been In tail
ing health for several months, I nt
bore his suD'eriH!! patiently. His
Barents are some of tYe leadine; c ti
zens ct l'ranklin. His father is tne
only colored 1 utcher In the town.
HH funera' was conducted at the
familv residence ly Eiders Hu"t
and j. T Patton. He leaves a moth
er and father, one daughter and a
hopt of relatives and friends to
mourn his death.
Through the efforts of the indus
trial department of the National
League on x Urban conditions with
headnuarters in New York, the Bush
Terminal company in Brooklyn, nas
appointed J. H. Collins, Jr., Welfare
secretary. Mr. Collins has had con
siderable experience in the industrial
department of the league. Among his
duties will be to secure employees
for the firm and also look out for
their social and physical welfare.
Wholesome amusement and suitable
home3 for the employees will also
receive the secretary's special atten
The Concord Baptist Church in
Brooklyn, the Rev William M. Moss,
D. D., pastor will move into its new
lv acaulred edifice on Sunday, Oct.
21. The building is loca'ed on
Adelphia street near Myrtle Ave. It
Is a modern structure with a seating
capacity of more than 1200. The
Sunday school room is arranged so
that the several, departments 'may he
shut off from the main school thus
affording a fine opportunity do de
partmental work on the graded
MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
On Sunday, October 14, the mem
bers of 'Mt. Zion Baptist Church
closed a most successful rally. All
of the years, under the leadership of
their excellent pastor, Kev. J. a.
- , i, inn ,Ir ir
, Brown, themeinbers have ibeen work-
lrr h.kvr Tr rQICO OTI Itll IT II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' V l.ll
. n li.r Hnnrlav the rally
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GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE
Black Hawklndi n Hair
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I iiUKACTURED BY
Itlnck Hawk Indian Mfg. Co.,
BOX 539 MM U.S. II. GAIN, Sole Prop., Louisville, Ky.
THE EAST INDIA
Leaves the hair soft and silky. Perfumed with a ' aim
of a thousand flowers. The best known -emedy foi
Heavy and Beautiful Black Eye-Brows also restores
Gray Hair to its Natural Color. Can be used with
Hot Iron for Straightening.
Price Sent by Mail, 50c, 10c Extra for Postage
A.JEN TS iiLTFIi
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for Se Iin4. 2 III)
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all-round workmen only
R2S Sornnd Ave..
RESOLUTIONS -OF MRS CASSIE
. JOHNSON BUMPASS.
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
God in the, administration of His di
vine "providence to remove Irora our
midst Mrs. Cassie Jonnson """"'J!
wife of Hon. James Bumpass, we bow
in humble submission to His will, be -
..eving-that God who rule - the
tinies of the nations and of men in
unerring- in His work.
She was a member 0 one of the
oldest and best recognised families
of Nashville, Tenn. From her early
childhood she evinced tbe spirit or
Christian piety and devotion, and U
was the spirit that characterized her
life; more evident the older - she
grew, culminating in that perfect day,
the day of her death.
She was a loving ana pains-iamus
rifo aatinfted in devatlng her time to
making home happy, and was that
helpmate to here husband which could
only he of one actuated by higher and
nobler virtures of woman-kind, ever
willing to do and to dare that those
whom she loved might be happy. Be
queathing to posterity all that is
worthy of imitation by womanhood.
Afflable, polite to her friends, and
lived a life thafmade all happy who
came in contact with her, an angel
of MERCY, LOVE AND CHARITY,
she was a loving sister, a devoted
wife, companionable associate, and an
hoored citizen, be-iueathing to posteri
ty a noble heritage of womanKina.
Resolved. That' in the death of
Cassie Johnson, her brothers have lost
a noble sister; her sisters, one hon
ored and revered, her husband a
loyal and devoted wife; her son, one
who would do anything that would
secure his happiness; her neighbors,
x good citizen; friend, one who was
loyal to their-cause. RIGHT WORTHY
DID SHE REPRESENT THEM AL.L..
That we extend, to the husband, son,
sisters, brothers and friends our
heartflelt sympathy in this their hour
of breavement. Knowing that in her
demise lt is another reminder of the
certainty of death and the uncertain
ty of life. That we should more and
more imitate her noble life and char
acter. That a copy of these resolutions he
given the family and published in
.he papers, evidencing our respect
and admiration ot the deceased.
Slened: W. H. Young, J. P. Rhines,
W. D. Hawkins, S. H. Johnson, Thos.
S. Holder, R. V. Mayfleld, J. B. Single
THIS PATHWAY OF LIFE
is much easier for the man with
money. Business opportunities
come to liim He dotsu't need to
worry nbout illness or old ge
The way to have money is to save
it. Most any one can earn it, but
it is the faving that counts. Better
begin having niouey by opeuing
an account hire. It can be done
with as little as one (f 1.00) dollar.
ONE CENT SAVINGS BANK,
Grower & Scalp Cleanser
Prepared upon -clenittle
I'skIb and Proptirtl ned.
Thin ptepnr linn lontalna
the element! thai ti alts
halra-ow Alter Trjriat Tka
Real Try Tka lla-l.
BLACK HXHK IN lN
iryoti luilr Is ihln, falling
out. and wont grow, use
III.A4 K HAWK.
A 11 lii 1 iMiit will convince
V'u of Pa merlin; the'i y 'U
will lecoiii- H Hinrk Hawk
Horg tr ton. If there 18 no
axe tliivoiirvl Initywte
for twmB. Samp e box ly
nlloOc PoH'niterw. It
hr - il In Ol I Ketn nrky.
I tor 1 where the 1 'ii ornisa
Nrov. Poh, 'ilit the Itul
t"I (lllm-k Hawk.)
riMt Kmk Indldii HjI Grower, ar
boi 511 els.
KM Hdwk IndM totlle Sow. Kf
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Blk Hawk Mm face Powder,
lamde Brewa, rr kn ( cts
tldca "awk hdlai lol et Water, ear
anl'le25ctJ , , k
liaca Hawk InilaiDiylniComi. tact
Bbcfc Hawk hdmi Vailsiilnf dem.
ew km 0 (ti
Re turi thai vm ne Bl k Hawk
Caii I e Sow wlik Black H wk Hall
6.otf to obtain ttn kesl rwu It
SoMwlfbr It agenti. first Ma
tntii ni Deoartment Slorei er at
feci Iron the Hkoralorr.
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
. Danlruff. Itching Scalp, or any
Hair Trouble, we want you o try a jar
of EAST INDIA. HAIR GROWER. The
remjdy contains medical properties that
H to the root9 of the Hair, stimulates
the skin, helping nature do its work.
S. D. LYOMS Gen. Agt. 314 East Second St
Oklahoma City, Okla. ,
rjood salary. First class,
need apyly. Address
November Rules 1917.
i. flit, inline tt annearins to the
'satisfaction ot the Court that the
Liofon,iant in a nonresident of the
I gtate of Tennessee, therefore the
( State 01 lenne s ,
,"nJ ZnTim; lt la therefore
: XJd that sad' defendant enter
u nce hereln at the Sep-
tember term ot the Davidson County
Coun tQ b(j holden at the
Courthouse ln Na3hville, Tennessee,
flrst Monday in Novehiber, it
belng & ru,e flay of thls Court, and
deendi or Baid complainant's bill
wm h(J uken for cone3Sed as to him
ftnd get or hearlng ex parte. It Is
thcref0re ordered that a copy of this
order be published for four weeks In
8UCCesaion In the Nashville UloDe a
newspaper'published in Nashville.
J. P. RHINES,
Solicitor for Complainant.
H. B. COOK, Clerk.
A. M. HITT. D. C. ,.
to sell the greatest natbi'n. --..u "
hit of the ane, emitted
"MY BOY HEJUSTCAN'l ilH.I.P
FROM BEING A SOLDI tR. ' "
This is the one great soLg that ex-pres-i'
i) ot a great international crisis.
Wherever lt has been beard, it baa
made a decided hit nth all cla.- of
people and in some of the leading
churches of Chicago, after reading an
announcement and simply the reading
of the words of the song, persons have
rushed In groups '.j buy it faster than
they could be handed out. vPrice 25c a
conv. A liberal discount given to per
sons wishing to be age-' i Persons wish
Ing to be agents send JJ100 ana we wm
send you a number of copies of the
song that you will begin selling at
' once. Persons wishing a -ingle copy.
will send 25a Write at once that
you may be the first ln the field. Thia
is one song that you can make money
on by selling it to people of your com
munity. ' It should be in every home.
Th.1 niiD la wrtltan nhnilt fen ideal
American mother the greatest char
acter portrayal 'n American literature.
Send all money by money order or
registered letter to
THE WESTERN MUSIC PUBLISH
3'638-Stata Street, ' Chicago, HI.