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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY DECEMBER 14, 1917.
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T attcarJaa f tha Baaafaarnt.
Saod corirapoadaara for pabHradaa no
a to Mew the ofrtra UonaaT No natter
tateaSed' for currant laaaa which n.rrtM
a lata aa ThnnMlar raa appaar la tbat
UBkar, aa Tbaraday la praaa da.
All bws arnt oa for pnollcatloa bum
a written obIi oa ear aid of the papar.
4 should e afraapanled by the nana of
fce roarrleiitor, not aacreaarll.? for publl
Mon. but a. erldenra of (rood faltb.
It is to be hoped tbat while the La
Follette congressional committee hag
Col. Bryan on the witness stand it
will not omit to ask him about that
episode of the bull.
If the bolshevik! really succeed In
demoralizing the Hussion army they
ought to be awarded an immediate con
tract to regiuld the lily.
The whole struggle has simmered
down to an effort to convince the
potsdammers that Sherman had
The Germans, having passed the
zenith of their strength will now put
on two gigantic offensives in proof
Well, it seems as if those unfortun
ate Giles County children have a
chance. The supreme court will look
into the case.
Now that it develops that Wood row
Wilson once coached a footb.ill team,
nobody any longer will marvel at the
perfection of his vocabulary.
' KVRFT1SISO rrilNlSHItl
I l' API't.irATION
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rents i-r linn "HCti Inwrtli'n
!- f.tn pr !!n for mob lurtton On
Ar-er-.f-'r.e -opt hnld ha In !"' off.
f kur tt ait 9 a. m.. Tvwdit f ..!
Kven the most conscientious de
votee of birth control should have no
objection to adopting a nice family
of baby war bonds.
beautifully, both spiritually and In-
Owing to the Inclemency of the
weather our congregation wasn't as
large as usual, but all were wonder
fully benefited. Come and hear our
most worthy pastor.
Rev. W. II. Whittaker, Pastor.
Oea. J. A. Turner, Superintendent.
Maggie Pillow. Secretary.
The boys at Camp Meade are look
ing to us for a Christmas token. Help
ua send it Monday night at Ryman.
Kroet und Frost
S'w Tort rricr,
Jhlcet'o oice. Frost und Frost. Ailrcr
At'enra Offlra. Trnt and Front, Caadlir
NahTlll Offli-c. Front and Froat, Inde
ldcnt I.lfr Ilnlldlnr
Xa!ur;lly ii mado those American
citKimvr mad to see the Germans so
set on destroyim; the railroad they
had so cleverly set up.
The I'niled Sia'es will now urate
l'u'.ly receive all South American ex
i pressions of sympailty wi'li it in its
war on Austria-Hungary.
CLARKK MEMORIAL LADIES AID.
The Ladies Aid of Clark Memorial
M. E. Church heH their reqular week
ly meeting. Monday night. December
10th at the residence of Mrs. Ollie
Morrow. Claiborn St. This meeting
was held in honor of Mrs. Mahle
Brown Vincent, who is to leave the
citv about the 'jnth to join her hus
band. Dr. L. E. Vincent of St. Louis,
Mo., their future home aside from
the regular routine of business a beau
tiful little program was carried out.
Mrs. Rosie Mcllenry read a beautiful
and well prepared paper on the life
and character of Mrs. Vincent. An in
strumental solo was played by Miss
Eloese Moore, afterwhich the pastor.
Rev. W. R. Stephens, made a short
and interesting talk. The mistress of
Ceremony. "On behalf of the Ladies
Aid." Presented a beautiful dining
room tray as a simple token of love
and friendship. Other tokens were
presented by Rev. Win. Mcllenry.
Even though the weather was very in
clement, quite a number of the Aid.
and friends were out. Next Monday
uiulu. Peceml'er 17th the aid will
meet with Rev. and Mrs. Mcllenry
U'U 11th Ave N. !
Help the boys in camp to sing and
prav after training hours. Come to
their bener't .it Ryman Auditorium
Monday nitiht. Hear th? conce-t.
- - .- a
CTIUKCH OF THE HOLY TRWTTY.
Ev;n? Ave. nnd Pix'li Ave., onh.
"MADE IN NASUV1LLK"
M ILL DO YOURS
TUB SAME WAY.
"I've hid loti of work done, but 1
never had M) MICH dene to my
head bclore." The words ol a new
cuMomer. al the DUINO BEAUTY
SHOP. You' I a the sin e it eu I Ice
oui SCALP TK'EA 1 MEN IS. and our
OJLS. None Keller on the m.nket to
d.iy, and we can prove it. Ca.l or end
lor a simple ot our scalp food or
Gantt Qnino School
636 Foti St.. Na.hville, Teaa.
S00 and 1.U00 people. A more thrill
ing entertainment, at the same time
strictly hi.s;u-class and clean, it pro
bably bus not been Nashville's good
fortune to hear in recent years. The
two artists, Mr. Mackey and .Mr.
Johnson, to whom 'all instruments
look alike, could have easily re
mained in the background and left it
with Mr. Cooper, the best Negro ven
triloquist in the entire country, to
have taken care ot the audience and
nobody would have been disappoint
ed. At the llyman Auditorium Dec.
olst, at least 4,000 people will no
doubt avail themselves of the privi
lege to hear these world's blind won-1 Campbell street.
Bonner," secretary; Miss' Pauline'
Hatcher, treasurer; Miss Llonell
bright, librarian. Miss Susie Buch
anan, organist; Miss Edith Bryson,
chorister. Teachers: Mr. N. W.
I Khanie, Class No. 1; Mrs. Maud
i Woods, Class No. 2; Mr. A. B. Com
I nion, Class No. 3; Mrs. J. M. Brown,
i Class No. 4; Mrs. A. O. Commons,
i Class No. 5. Ollicers and teachers
i for the ensuing year will be mention
, ed in tne next issue of the Globe. Mrs.
i Charlotte Lay paid one dollar on her
! subscription. We hope others will do
likewise. The teachers of the city
high school will open a night school
in the city high school building in
the near future for old people, also
: for children who are not uble to at
tend day school. The following
teachers will participate: Prof. C. T.H
Hall, arithmetic and U. S. history;
.Mrs. J. -Clark Carty, reading and writ
ing; Dr. W. T. Green, physiology;
Mrs. E. M. Smith, grammar and
music. A play, "The Thirteen Na-
tions," will take place at the city
nlg;i school on December 27th. Pro
ceeds will go to the school library.
Everybody is cordially invited. If
you miss this play ou will miss the
treat of your life. Thirteen young
ladies will participate in the play.
Mrs. Fannie Carty or Chattanooga is
visiting relatives and friends In Fay
etteville. She is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. J. E. Robinson, lill V.
Mrs. W. II. Taylor
The Reverend E. M. M. Wright,,
, Priest-tn-Charge. Services for the!
third Sunday in Advent. Celebration I
of the Holy Eucharist and sermon, i
Sunday school at 9:30 a. in. Even-i
linir iiraver nnil ai i ress at o C ocK.
lease of a woman on trial prima facie Tlul reotor win ,)rPach a special ser
aslmlle, lenil., lipr. 11, 1. j evidence of her innocense. nion at the 11 o'clock services on
i the "Tongue. Choir rehearsal on
. . . , , . Saturday evenings at 3 o'clock. A
hour is just before , ,.,.i,i , n tn
attend these services. A special
welcome is extended to strangers.
.Melting eyes and a wistlul expres
sion ar casually considered in t!;e
A WINTER DAY.
The sun rose clear and promising,
but its face was soon hidden behind
dense clouds, which trailed down
gloomingly over the landscape. This
brought about an after visitation of
semidarkness which made one think
or the coming of night. The grayness
that blurred and extinguished the blue
of the sky had a depressing effect
on the human mind, and even In the
humbler kingdom of living cieatures.
One noted the lower flight of the hen
hawk and how- the omnipresent Eng
lish sparrow (littered into the shelter
ed corners of porches. It was not
long until snowflakes were circling
towards the brown ho?sotii of the earth
By the middle of the afternoon the
ground waa white, ami the signs all
pointed to a blizzardy night the sort
of night that spurs you to get the
cattle into the barns early and see
that the hogs have a bit of extra bed
ding as well as rations. And the
night? Yes, it was thick and smothery
with blowing snow; such a night as
makes the fireside seem doubly cheer
ful and cozy.
If the darkest
dawn a lot of people in Russia nre go
ing to be dazzled pretty soon.
joke, after all.
cannot be wholly a
The packers want it
The railroads and the government
now seem to agree that the Sherman
law, also is hell.
Roger, State Normal, Meharry and
Pearl High will assist In the benefit
concert at Ryman Auditorium Dec.
17th. Help the Negro soldiers.
NEGRO FARMERS AT
165 SPEND THREE DAYS
HOME PUT IN MODEL SHAPE.
Help us to supply Camp Meade
Negro soldiers with Bibles and song
The cold spell we are now having
Ms very severe upon all classes. Now
is the time fo rtlie Forward Quest girls
the P.ig Sister Federation of woman's
i clubs, the Negro Board of Trade.and
other kindred organizations to get
; in earnest and see to the alleviation
': of all suffering as far as it lies in
. their power to do so. (Jet out and
i will be freely given.
j The people of Prance and of iJng
;land are all worked up because of
Ta few American engineers, caught In
ja tight place, calmly dropped their
tthovels, picked tip rifles and com
'menced to shoot. But what the
'dickens did the people of England
and France expect them to do?
4 A California jury consisting of nine
jwomen and three men has found
ome pacifists guilty ot something or
jother. It is unlikely that any ad
nln(stration of the Jurors will ever
; betray whether the nine women were
.convinced or the three men overpowered.
j . And if you really want to know
what the country thinks of the presl-
dent's demand for a knockout, kindly
'observe the new "pep" of movie audi
. enees when the president's picture is
flashed on the screen.
Another thing. When those Teuton
" troops from the eastern front get
i over where Von Hindenburg has the
' most ufie for them they will discover
Special to the Globe.
One hundred and sixtv-five colored
farmers of Dallas County, besides i
women and children attended a j
three da.'.s Extension school, held
iimler the auspices of the Alabama I
Polytechnic Institute and the I'. S.
Department of Agriculture and con
ducted by Thomas M. Campbell, Dis
trict Agent. Tuskegee Institute. Har
ry Sims, Special United States De
monstration Agent for colored farm
ers of Central Alabama, with head
quarters in Selma; E, C. Dobhs, Field
Assistant in seed treatment Work,
under the Bureau of Plant Industry
and H. T. Toodle, Local Agent for
Dallas County, - '
The meeting was held at Sardis,
on the Louisville and Nashville Rail
road, about nine miles from Selma,
and at a church one mile west of the
station... The instructors selected for
their operation a home of a colored
farmer near the church. Here they
taught by doing, or rather by show
ing the farmers what to do and how
to do it. Taking the home as they
found it, the Instructors showed how
to make hot beds, cold frames, re
built hen houses, pruned and strayed
the orchard, mixed the - whitewash
and whitewashed the house, built a
sanitary closet, bottomed chairs and
put the premises and everything
about the yard in sanitary condition.
So complete was the change made
the owner would not have known bis
home if he had been away while the
work of renovation was going on.
Another interesting feature of the
three days' school was the exhibit ot
the products of the year. The dis
play showed that the farmers had
made corn, potatoes, garden pro
ducts, meat molasses, peanuts and
velvet beans In abundance. It was
undoubtededly the most Instructive
school of agriculture for Negro farm
ers ever held in Central Alabama.
Reported by A. F. Owens,
Selma University, Selma, Ala.
Approved by T. M. Campbell,
DEACONS COUNCIL MEETING.
The Deacons big rally at Roger Wil
liams University next Sunday, Dec
16th, 1917 at 3 o'clock will claim the
attention of all deacons, churches and
friends of Roger. The ministers of
the city and rural district be with
the deacons including Dr. Allen Fort,
HALE HOSPITAL NOTES.
Dr. J. E. Lester came down Wed
nesday with two patients. His mother
who has been a patient, accompained
him home for a few days.
Dr. I. L. Hildreth, of Lexington,
Tenn was down Friday with a patient.
Miss Hattie Cunningham of Chica
go is one of our now nurses.
Some of the nut of town visitors
for the week were Messrs. Gaines and
Dennett. Mesdames Curd, Chester
and Charlton of Mt. Juliet, Tenn. Mr.
Alb. Eddings of Dechord. Miss Oert
llabnev. Providence. Kv.. Mrs. Laura
WITH J Smitherman, Tulsa Okla., Hannah
Moody, Evansville. Ind, and Miss
Bessie Harris, Hannibal. Mo.
The nurses have moved into their
new home C;'.9 Wetmoro street.
The superintendent is planning a
bir Christmas tree for the girls.
Mr. Geo. McClellnn of Shelbyville,
Tenn., was recently operated on.
Mr. C. Smith of Alabama is a pat
ient. Mrs. -Emma Jarrett of Fulton, Ky
"The Nurses Club is a new organiza
tion at the tiospital. Miss Jessie Wil-j
son, a very popular member ot the
Junior class is President.
Hiss Julia Currie our night; super
visor is giving excellent service.
Mrs. C. F. Nail smiled in on us this
week. She was accompained by Mrs.
L. T. Gilmer. . . . ..
M rs.' Laura Tiostlc of Lebanor, Tenn.,
writes us that she is fast improving.
She paid our nurses some very high
The hospital has just installed six
new beds of the moBt modern pattern.
Mrs. Rufus Cage of E. Nashville is
in the hospital for operation. Mrs.
Cage is one of the most - popular
matrons of E. Nashville, and Is a very
influential member oftbe First Bap
She is the paitent of Dr. M.
E. Bryant, one ot Nashville's very
promising young physicians.
Dr. L. P. Hickman of Murfreesboro,
came down Monday wltti an emer
Dr. M. C. Mitchell of Montezuma.
Ga is here with tour patients.
Dr. King O'Neal of Providence, Ky.,
brought a patient Monday.
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"OLD SIGNS DO NOT DECEIVE"
Watch out for these three.
REV. II. B. N. BROWN, D. D.,
OC Alexandria La., who is due ill Nashville to the Negro Tress
ciatlun, in February.
ders and Mr. Cooper, t!ie ventrilo-1 is skk. We hope for her a speedy
(luist. , recovery. Mrs. Taylor is one ot Fay
The relig'ous work committee j e'.teville's leadins business women,
whicli has practicallv no source of Siie hoi is a prominent position in
revenue except contributions from in- the U. S. Custom House. Miss Mat
(liviluiils, has naked the Association tie Grill: s is fillini; Tiss Taylor's po
for the p- ivl'njr of hmvllin tills con-! sltion at present. Miss Griffis is one
eert. They m'II ):rohably take in , of Fayettesville's belles,
'and about $75 or $M0 worth of I
Ty ttand for Merit and Reputation.
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in thousands of cases of skin troubles.
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upon receipt of price, 25 each.
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Beware of Substitutes and Imitations. They may be
dangerous. Look for the Melon-Colored packages and our
to Nashville. Mr. Alfred Dobbins
died after an illness of several
months at his home on 4 th street.
His funeral was from St. Paul, where
his membership had been for many
years. He was -buried by the Masonic
Order. Mrs. Sada Trigg of Nashville
is here to spend the winter with her
niece, Mrs. Rankin Doyle on High
Help the boys in camp to sing and
pray after training hours. Come to
their benefit at Ryman Auditorium
Monday night. Hear the concert.
Don't forget the soldiers' benefit at
Ryman Monday night.
WEAKLEY COUNTY TEACHER'S
Special to the Globe. - .
The Weakley County Teacher's As
sociation will convene at Mirtin,
second Saturday in January, Janu-
in -I n 1 o til u.. u e
Thursday evening, November 29,
Mrs. Matolda "Webster and Mrs. Mag
gie Odell chaperoned a party on an
o'possum hunt. The hunt began at
9 o'clock and after . roaming the
the County are requested to be pres-1 woods which afforded the party much
ent. Visitors cordially welcome. Im- j fun and the greatest merriment, two
portant business to be transacted, i o'possums were bagged at Vi o clock
A. M. Bishop, President, Martin,
A. II. Phelps, Secretary, Sharon,
A delicious four course menu was
seryed. The following composed the
party: Misses Clara and Lizzie New
by, Lucile Frazier, Gertrude and Be
atrice Williams and Messrs. S. H.
I B , 1. .. I -I . Tf,. ...!,. , rl,...nk
a lot of things they never suspected I """" "" H,
cor. uroau sireei nun iu avo.
abOUt real War. , p.mvnvnnnon will nlAnt vnll nt thft car
J. E. Edwards, President.
E. T. Brown, Secretary.
Go to Ryman Monday night.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
The St. John Baptist Sunday
School was elated Sunday morning
to hear that the church had unani
mously re-eelcted Superintendent J.
A. Turner to be their superintendent
for the ensuing year, 1918. He made
such a splendid overseer in the past
that we are more than proud to have
The 11:30 o'clock service was
opened with Scripture reading. Son.g
and prayer by a young visiting min
ister of Arkansas in the person of
We" are always proud
?vice prealdenting la the environs of :t0 have visitors. The pastor, Rev.
i T 14 WrVti t o TtfonnhoH turn umrt
tha tnllltarv sto in na iir Vwirn 1 1 onrooa
A night at Ryman sends a song book,
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION.
The Woman's Missionary Union,
an auxiliary ot the Nashville Minis
ters' organization had an excellent
meeting at the St. John Baptist
Church last Sunday.' The pastor of
the church. Rev. Dr. Whittaker.
with hlB good people was the host
of the evening. .. A number of prom
inent visitors were In attendance and
notwithstanding the very inclement
weather the president of the organi
zation, together with the secretary,
and workers turned out in full. A
splendid program was rendered. At
the conclusion of the meeting the
ladles of the union pledged their sup
port to the educational interests ot
the Uaptist State Convention and
the benefit concert for the soldiers
at Ryman Auditorium on next Mon
j However much you may have ad
4 mired the Rumanians' spunk in as
i: sorting they would not talk armistice,
t you will have to admit their Judg-
ment is picking up when they sort of
But sincerely those Philadelphia
,-policemen would not be so unreason
:'"able as to demand pay in proportion
tothe numbor ot things they are re
"j quired to overlook.
f ,r i
Since the adouuate utilization of
, our vice presidents remains a prob-
lem why not assign the mto do their i Rev. KriBby.
' to be most rampant?
Gen Byng, It appears, is no greater
as a soldier than he is as a wag.
Y. M. C. A.
Rev. W. C. Stovall, the new pastor
of Caper's Chapel C. M. E. Church,
will address the men's meeting Sun
day afternoon at the colored V. M. C.
A. Rev. Mr. Stovall comes highly
recommended as being a scholar and
a forceful speaker. He has an A. B.
and A. M. degree from Lafayette Col
lege, Krston, Pa.; an A. M. degree
from New York University, and also
B. D. from Drew Theological Semi
nary, Madison, N. J. It is hoped
that no young man will let this
s lendid opportunity . pass to hear
this distinguished orator.
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather the meeting last Sunday was
The officials ot the Colored Y. M.
C. -A. are 'making ready for the com
ing of the Invincible Concert Com
pany of Chicago, who will give a con
cert under the auspices of the Col
ored Y. M. C. A. Monday night, Deo.
ol, 1917, at the Ryman Auditorium.
When they were here Jan. 8th of
I , , , ,
; ' H. ROGER WILLIAMS, M. D.
Of Mobile, Ala., who is expected to vilst Nashville, soon, he Is a Meharry
derful sermons Sunday morning and
night. Both sermons were preached
from the Book ot Paul's Letter to
the Romans. Morning sermon text
Romans 2:2 and night text Romans this year and appeared In the Bijou
14:5. They .nerp both catechised J Theatre, they were heard by between
Roger, State Normal, Meharry and
Pearl High will assist In the benefit
concert at Ryman Auditorium Dec.
17th. Help the Negro soldiers.
The following pastors filled their
pulpits on last Sunday: Rev. J. M.
Brown of the A. M. E. Church, Rev.
Bishop of the C. P. Church, and Rev.
A. M. Smith of Mt. ion Baptist
Church, also Rev. D. D. Word ot tho
P. B. Church. Said pastors report
successful meetings. Do' not "fail to
settle with tne Giobe reporters. One
of them will cull to see you soon.
We need the money you owe us,
Please be ready when we come. Tho
officers who have held ollice in tho
A. M. E. Church Sunday School will
be changed. Said officers have held
their positions for the last eight
years. Next Sunday the election will
Crosby, Horace Crosby, Frank Web
ster, Luthur Vincent, Clifford Arm
strong and George Odell. Dr. C. O.
Hunter and Prof. J. H. Kelly went
to Nashville to attend the funeral of
the late W. T. Hightower. Mrs. A.
Pearl Crews spent the week-end at
home having closed her school at
Nunnley for the winter. She. left
Monday for Lebanon, where she has
accepted a position in the city school.
A marriage that came as' a surprise
to the many friends of the contract
ing parties- was that of Miss Jessie
Wilks to Mr. Floyd Conner. The
wedding occurred in Nashville at the
home of the bride. - .Mrs. Conner is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Wilks who has recetly moved from
here to Na8hvllle:v,Mi'and Mrs. Fred
Martin are tho proud parents of a
fine son,' Fred, Jr.' Miss Julia Em
bry died December 10th at the home
of Mrs. Jennie Jones Mayes. Miss
Austen Gillespie who has been liv
ing in Dayton, 0 is again numbered
with homefolks here.
Mrs. Will Mae Miller of LaFollette,
spent last week here as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bange, 203 Wil
der street. George Smith is visiting
relatives in Chattanooga this week.
M. C. Donahue a member of the First
Baptist church at Chattanooga spent
Thanksgiving here. Miss Anna Mae
Wessen, of Knoxvllle, was a recent
visitor here. While here she was the
guest of MIbs Martin and Mrs. Jas.
Gilbreath. Clark Johnson, of Pitts
burge, Pa., is visiting in the city the
guest of his brother, T. C. Johnson.
Miss Susie Barnette is visiting in La
Follette, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Barnette. Miss Henerietta Mar
tin of Olive Spring, spent the week
cm! here as the guest of Mrs. James
Gilbreadth. Mrs. Dr. D. W- Jones of
Chicago, Is the house guest of Mr.
and Mrs. James GiTbreath, Dr. Jones
has enlisted in the medical reserve
corps In the service of Uncle Sam and
is doing his bit in helping to win the
war. Rev. C. S. Whitted, secretary and
treasurer of tho" Ministerial Brother
hood of the A. M. E. ZIon Church,
with headquarters at Philadelphia, Pa.,
spent the week-end here at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Gilbreath. The
Woman's Home Missionary Society ot
the Baptist church is thriving as never
before. The membership is thorough
ly alive and they are enlisting one
at each meeting. Last Monday after
noon, Mrs. Maggie Davis was hostess
to the mission and the atendance was
unusually large. The lessons become
mnro and more Interesting and many
helpful thoughts are brought out by
our pastor. Rev. Ward. The society
will be entertained next Monaay auer
noon at the home of Mrs. Albert Mason
and the subject, "Characteristics of
true service," will be aiscussea. w.
f . Williams and Frank Clark are num
bered among the sick this week. The
Ladies Atd ot Trinity M. is. unurcn
were entertained at the home or Mrs,
Maria Lincoln last Thursday atter-
noon. The castor. Rev. A. J. Hutcnin
son was present and gave some help
ful advice. Sir. N. H. Reynolds,
ftranri Lecturer of the K. 01 r.
Lodge delivered a helpful lecture at
the Zion Church last Tuesday even
ing. Sir Reynolds is also trying to
ressurrect the old pythian lodge that
formally existed here. Mrs. John
Sharp is critically ill at this writing,,
her friends wish for her a speedy re:
covery. Willie Roberts of Dayton,
has opened up a first class restaurant
In the Odd Fellows building, and it
Is a credit to the city of Rockwood.
Mr. Roberts is thoroughly awake to
the needs of our people and will no
doubt make good here. Mrs. E. L.
Walker entertained at six o'clock din
ner last Friday evening. The occa
sion being the birthday of Miss Lil
lian Rucker a teacher In our school
Covers were laid for the following:
Miss Lillian Rucker, Miss Ella Mae
Johnson, Rev. W. B. Ward and Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Walker. At 11:30
a. m., next Sunday at the First Bap
tist Church the pastor's topic will be,
"Love to Jesus." 7:30 p. m "The
Pale Horse." The services' are being
largely attended, so yo umust come
early to get a comfortable seat. Mrs.
Deanie Fields is visiting her sister
In Birmingham, Ala., this 'week The
"Old folks" Concert will be repeated
Saturday, December 15th at the Bap
tist Church. Rev. George Evans' is
spending this week . In Loudon with
home folks. Mrs. Louis - Brown has
the children in charge practicing them
for Christmas. . k .
led the dancing Prof. Wind the band,
a most sanitary and beautifully white
carpet covered mother earth. Miss
Gladys Robinson has succeeded In
the organization of a class in in
strumental music. Miss Robinson Is
a product of Morristown College,
Morristown, Tenn. Each of the
churches seem to be making great
preparation for Christmas holidays. It
is hoped that each evening will have
its attraction at some church. For
more elaborate account, watch next
week's column in this paper. Mrs,
E .M. Oliver, principal of the city
school is making domestic art a spec
ialty among the pupils of that school.
A very splendid idea. Be sure and read
the Globe and keep posted. South
Pittsburgians read with pleasure
Basket Ball games won by A. and L
State Normal over Attucks High
School qutntete ot Hopkinsville, Ky
Miss Grace Oakes of this city was
highly complimented for her great
skill in shotting baskets. Miss Ruth
D. Jones of this city has enrolled at
Mrs. Hawkins' school in Richard City
The usual quanity of fruit will be
,, j .ii i , .1.1.
I aispenseu to an exsmvea ui ima uilj
on the night of Jan. 1st lais. Mrs.
J. J. McElroy is chairman of the fruit
committee. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Hyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Cox,
Mrs. J. M. Hawkins and Mr. J. D.
Martin complete the list of the fruit
committee. The public will under-'
stand to assist this splendid committee
in the praise worthy effort to make
others happy. Mrs. Mary Douglass
ably assisted by Mrs. J. T. Martin Is
putting on a concert, all local per-
formers which will be rendered eariy
in the year 1918. We wish them
great success. The District School
that were opened the last Monday In
July will close this week. Friday 14th,
Elaborate programs have been dls-':
carded by the teaching fraternity and
only short programs will be rendered.
The other schools of the District that
opened later will make a total ot five
months? The city school and Rich
nrri niv Hrhnni will run their usual
length, 9 months. When the Pastor's
Alliance gets thoroughly organized
then will come the reorganization of
the Henry Ryron Union Lib rary Society.
nui until Torn
hava tried Dr.
Hons. We slva
to tattri. It It
Write at onea
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JWISftAlUN CO.DoB.U0t UekBa. Mo vera:
iWniz forth hew nliicprq. Thn follow
ing are the old officers of St. Paul ; Lona Ramey spent a few days with
A. M. E. Church: 'Mrs. J. Clark LOS-.:,ner parents air. uuu mra. juuu nu
.... -SOUTH PITTSBURG
The most frigid weather of the sea
son, in: these parts was experienced
last .Saturday and Sunday. It was
some cold here. . Dr. W. J. Astrapp
was summoned to Tracy City, Mon
night. The Church goers seemed to
have comprlmised with the big Decern-
Miss Mary E. ey on 10th street. She has returned ,-Der rany last aunaay, neaiuer
aa aaV W
. Whitens dark or brown skin.
Bleaches and clears sallow com-
plexlont, removes all blemish
and cause the skin to trow
whiter. Sm that you gt th
Southern University, Scotland
Baton Rouge, La., Nov. 27,
Jacobs Pharmacy Co.,
Atlanta, Qa. .
You will find enclosed 60c
In stamps for which please
send a package of vour Dr.
Fred Palmer's Skin Whltener
and Soap. I have used your
Skin Whltener and Soap, and
It Irrrprovert my compaction
so much. Send at once, as I
do not want to be without It.
S. J. R. CROSS.
f0 NOT ACCEPT IMlTATIf.
fluid hy drua-aieta or earn diioor. for .
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