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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY DECEMBER 14, 1917.
NEGRO PRIVATES DT ARMY RE
MUCH SUFFERING RELIEVED
THROUGH APPEAL MADE BY
HON. J. C. NAPIER.
At the experience meeting recent
ly held by Mrs. J. C. Napier at the
Colored Branch ot the Library, it de
veloped that the corps ot workers in
the field found much suffering among
the families ot enlisted men.
Mrs. J. A. Lester, chairman ot the
field workers reported the need ot
fuel, food and clothing in the homes
from which the men had gone.
Many children and especially Infants
in these families were in distress.
At the conclusion of Mrs. Lester's
report, Mrs. Napier took the matter
under advisement and promised to
formulate plans for the relief of the
After consultation with persons in
authority, it was found that the
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
but he had made his home in Rock
Island, 111., for the past 20 years.
His death came as a shock to every
one who knew him. We regret to
give him up, but our loss is heaven's
gain, ms death will be lone re-
MOREHOl'SE COLLEGE NEWS.
Each week brings with it its own
big events and life in general. The
week beginning Sunday, December 2,
1917, was especially noteworthy, i mpnil.r.rnri hv hi- .
The Y. M. C. A. was especially blessed Rock Island who g ute to give
in that out of his busy round of life j him up, but we havVa blessed as
pr. J. W. E. Bowen of Gnmon Theo- j Burance 0f seizing hhu aga n He
logical Seminary was so kind as to , leaves a host ot friends and relatives
sic iu iia o miliar lltwiiiiiic BtM t ire i J, iimiifn hi .Lnk 1 i
nrivatPs in tho nrmv h:u not reroivtM nttv mimw nrt a . iu.uik
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their pay in three and one-half ' to the one subject of "Efficiency," . this city, Mr.
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"e3. the determinates factors. It is be- tin- m.,-,. V.,.'.. . . .. "
This fact was immediately com- coming an annual affair the lonir- i viii' . " V,.,?A
in to drink of the knowledge of the W ",. .MVs G. R Johnson ami
ft,,r V, " ' ., . , , '-r. Udis rennlngton. Miss Marv
v..i ....niu.iN. i rnmnii nupe u-i i , .t kins of Nashville is the
us iui luih it ii i srtrnn oikirr )t.r sister-in-la v Mr-
eastern points. We will be happy to 1 kins of this this' city
uuit: nun uiunu ii;u r, in u.s uy tile iul
of next week with a new store of
knowledge r.nd huge success.
The war is ever pres.-'inK itelf
nearer to our hearts, for on Tuesday
another of our men. Mr. Aldus M it -
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psise. .Mr. Mankms Hurks, Charley
tiriubies, Atnes White, Mary E. At
ivius and Missouri Atkins, attended
the concert Wednesday night at the
Baptist Church. Mrs. W. K. Young
wan the inier nf hot nnnmtu 1'i.l.l.it'
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municated to lion. J. C. Napier who
sent an appeal to Mr. Emmett J.
Scott of the War Department with
the result that the men have been
paid and their families provided for.
The ladies interested in this line
ot Civic Work were greatly pleased
at the early response to lion. Napier's
appeal. The men in the army and
their loved ones are the care of those
who remain at home. Men and
women who will work when appeal
ed to are the real patriots of the day.
Help us to supply Camp Meade
Negro soldiers with Bibles and song
summons. We would say that we re
gret the loss of our fellow student,
but us that would he unpatriotic, we
wish for him much glory and success.
Our weekly prayer meetings are
always services of much interest am!
Agnes Pennington of
Major Pennington, J.
; White is ill at the home of his par
jenls on Murfreeslioro pike, Mrs. John
' P. Pennington, little daughter, Doris,
is visiting her parents on Home pike.
I Mr. Ollie Pates was the guest of
! Miss Mary E. Atkins at the home of
his poet of duty and to a faithful
few he delivered & wonderful mes
sage sent from God. The C. W.
W. Club and Ladies Aid met in Picket
Chapel Mouday evening at 3 o'clock.
The meeting was called to order by
the president, Mrs. A. L. Anderson.
Selection led by the secretary, "Yield
not to temptation," after which Rev.
T. W. Johnson led in prayer. The
roll was called and each member ans
swered to the names with dues and
quotations from the Bible. The busi
ness was then taken up concerning
our Christmas dinner and exercises
on December 25 th. Mrs. A. L. An
derson was elected Chairman of the
committee. Mrs. A. P. Ward was to
arrange the committee in the proper
form and report at the Sunday serv
ices and Mr. Robert Ballot and Mrs.
A.. L. Anderson were asked to look
after the exercise. The meeting ad
journed to meet with Mrs. Fannie
Mae Young and sister, Mrs. Mattie
Harris on Monday, December 17th.
Those on the sick list are Madams L.
D. Keith, Sadie Keith, Misses Ruth
Landis, Bessie Crutchtleld, Mr. Geo.
Heard, George Williamson, Billio Mc
Clain. Mrs. Billie Barheo fell asleep
in Jesus, Fridav, December 7th, 1917.
She was a faithful Christian, a wor
shipper of the Holiness Church. To
know Mrs. liarbee was to love her.
In her homo, in the church and even
on the streets, her smiling face will
he missed. We can only bow with
humble submission and say His will
be done. Blessed be the name of the
Lord. She leaves a husband and
three sons and a host of friends to
Sunday was a very cold day, but
Dr. Hawkins our wide-awake little
pastor was at his post and preached
a strong sermon, both at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Bellbuckle is asking tor
him a long life that he may do much
tor our church and people. Miss
Susie Clark, who is the mother ot the
children ot our church is doing a
great work. She has organized an
Infant Board ot which Bailey Roberta
McGrew is president, little Lee Couch
Nelson Is treasurer and little Eunice
Ruth Gibson, secretary. Mr. S. T.
Neal killed some fine hogs last week.
Also Mr. John Bailey and others. The
people of our town are just slaying
hogs every day, and Rev. Henderson
and Rev. Hawkins are all smiles.
Mr. Leslie Scruggs who is attending
State Normal spent Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
Scruggs. Mrs. Mary Klzer, Mrs.
Elnora Short and Mrs. Pearl Tillman
spent Saturday in Shelbyvllle. Miss
Elarce Erwin was united in marriage
last Wednesday to Mr. Johnnie J.
Green at th home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Ervin. Miss
Ervln is a fine young lady and we
wish for her a long and happy life.
Smartt was entertained at high noon
Sunday by Miss Jannle Mai Jenklne
on Jackson street. Mr. Ambrose Cul
ley was here Saturday. Mrs. Laura
Clendenlng Is sick this week with
pneumonia, not any better at this
writing. The announcement of Miss
Jennie Mai Wagoner's wedding will
appear in the next week's issue of
this paper. Rev. A. E. Martin has
killed that jumbo hog ot his, be only
weighed a little less than 400 pounds.
Good tor a Methodist preacher. Mrs.
Hasia Murphy is able to be out
again, her smile was seen In church
Sunday. The 7 cent entertainment
that was given by Mrs. Mary Thomas
Russell at the M. E. Church Friday
night was quite a success. It was
one ot the most beautiful homes
owned by the race In our little city.
Hats off to "Mack." Mrs. James C.
Branstord was reported very ill. at
has home on Winchester B'.reet on last
Saturday evening. Born to Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Hall of Kokomo, Ind., oa
lust Sunday morning a fine baby boy.
The mother will be remembered as
Miss Cora lLidson ot this city.
Have your garments dry cleaned at
the Citizens' Dry Cleaners today.
MRS. GREEN GIVES DINNER.
On last Friday evening, Dec. 7, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawson Green ot Jackson
St. were host and hostess ot Mr.
Ernest Garrison ot Chicago, 111. Tho-
ThA readlne- bv I guests seated at a prettily appointed
Mrs vinni stnek of Paul Lawrence table with the hostess and honor
Dunbar, and the boIo by Mrs. Emma guests were Mrs. Cornelia E. Price,
Colston and the reading of Mr,
Miller Woods were the crowning
features of the entertainment. Mr.
Jane Davis who has been quite sick
is much better at this writing. To
keep posted, read the Globe like
Gertrude. Rev. McEwen ot Nashville
was the guest of E. H. Brooks last
Sunday. Rev. McEwen was to have
filled the pulpit at the Baptist church
will make their future homej was ninuerea Dy Daa weamer.
. - .,,.111,. '1' l r .. I n la nnlln
near Lebanon, Tenn. Mrs. Clara! "1,a- "" uruci ...... i i"..o
Johnson entertained the Stewardess ' sick at this writing. Rev. Sebastain,
Sisters last Mondav evening. Mr. I the financial preacher ot the M. L.
David Sutton was in Shelbwille. Sat-, Conference win pun on a grann rany
unlay. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Waite have t Howard Chapel M. E. Church Dec.
moved to town. East Gate Chapter, ! 21 and 22 and 23 in the form of a
'Order of Eastern Star had quite a Mock Tennessee Annual Conference,
inice meeting Fridav. Mrs. Ethel I The Conference will be called to
I Lawrence who has lived in Nashville ! order, at 7:30, December 21 by
for n number nf vears has come home ! Ilishwp Mary Thomas Russell of
Mrs. Addie Hunter, Mr. James Ewing
and Mrs. Claude Craddock.
All iho members of Ouecn Esther ; Sunday night this fact is evidenced
n... v hi in,ion,.n,ient nnler nf I by the earnest prayers and heart-
Immaculate are urged to be present at
a meeting Friday Dec. 21st at 2 o'clock
at the hall on Cedar St. Business of
importance. Uy order of Mrs. Mary
E. Roland, M. B. Q. Mrs. S. J. Car
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per single copy, In lots of five or more
TOPIC CARDS, 20c pr dstrn: 75c fet Ino-
INVITATION CARDS. 90c R-r hundred.
PLEM OARM, Ma pr hundred,
BUrroNS. fctMh orfceper down
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Study Course Books
Outline History of Negro Baptists, 80c
What Baptists Bllev and Practioa,
at 10c pr copyi 11.10 per dotea.
Tralninf In Church Membership at Sue
My Brother and I. at 2se
Go4 and Mo. at tSc
Semi All Orders to
National Baptist Publishing Board
R. H. BOYD. D. D.. Secretary 9
S2J SmomI Ah N.. N.ihrH, Its.
felt talks that come from everybody.
Along the same line are the Scripture
readings, prayers, and talks at chapel
services during the week mornings.
Dr. Smith on Friday morning, having
asked God's divine blessing, said.
"There can he no true democracy
where one part is disfranchised and
the other enfranchised one segre
gated and the other not segregated."
I Ho made a strong talk on the race
question, basing the sincerity of his
i speech on nineteen years of exper
j ience as a teacher among the Negroes.
The annual football social taking
'place in Robert Hall, Saturday, Dec
ember S, 1917, marks the close of a
successful football season of the
Tigers. There will be present about
fifty Spelman young ladies to witness
the awarding of the "M" to the de
i The prospects for a real good Bas
ketball team ot 1917-19 IS are good.
Already the conch has arranged for
linterclass teams and assures the Old
I Maroon of a winnig team. There
jare several trips ahead for the team
:and also a home game ot great im
Roger, State Normal, Meharry and
Pearl High will assist In the benefit
concert at Ryman Auditorium Dec.
17th. Help the Negro soldiers.
1 he Ladies Aid Society of Cerar
I'oint will hold their last meeting
Dec. at Cedar Point for the closing
year. Renew your subscription for
l he Globe for 19 IS. See Mrs. J. V.
Help us to supply Camp Meade
Negro soldiers with Bibles and song
The entertainment at Dunbar High
school on last Wednesday evening
was quite a success in every way.
The chapel was packed to its utmost
capacity. A most excellent program
was rendered. After same refresh
ments of various kinds were served.
The sum of twenty-five dollars was
realized for the school. Rev. S. P.
Morrow spent last week in Union
City attending the West Tennessee
Conference. Dr. W. D. Claybon, the
progressive dentist of our city and
Mrs. C. J. Porter were the welcomed
guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans
last Sunday, where they enjoyed an
apetizing dinner. On last Tuesday
evening at the First Baptist Church,
the Young People's Improvement
Society had its first meeting of this
season. Mr. W. J. Leigh is the pres
ident, his friend Miss N. B. White-
mourn her loss, our loss is heaven's
gain. Let mo leave you n uione at nKain Mrs Scruggs was in
your door. a cents a copy, AIHirew ,,,.. Mnmhiv Mrs Sitiii-m l a rnn-
istant reader of the Globe. Mrs. Car-
" I rie Miller and little son, formerly of
SHELBYVILLE. J Bellbuckle. but who are now rest-
Mrs. Km mil Price after several 'dents ot Murfreeshoro, visited the
weeks' illness was buried Monday. homefolks last Sunday and paid up
The state examination will bo held her church dues. Dr. J. O. Itobin-
at the public school building, Decern- i son, P. E. of the Knoxvillo District
ber 21 and 22 instead of the 20th and preached again for us Tuesday night
21st, as heretofore announced. Dr. Robinson is a strong preacher
Teachers will take notice that music
and drawing will bo included in the
examination. The holiness people
closed a two weeks' meeting Sunday
night. There were several acces
sions. Mrs. Green, the wife of one of
our leading white merchants lectured
at the public school Friday oh "The
modern health crusade." It was a
forceful presentation and much en
joyed by both teachers and pupils.
Mrs. Green is a Jewess and a philan
thropist. The next entertainment at
the public school will be a musical
by the principal's room, December 20.
Banjo, violin and mandolin solos will
be a feature. A sack of flour will be
given away. Come and learn the
terms. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis
entertained with a six o'clock dinner
on Friday evening, celebrating their
seventh marriage anniversary. A de
licious five course menu was served.
Those enjoying the hospitality were
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. Merley Campbell, Prof, and
Mrs. Laws and family, and Mr. Ed
ward Buchanan. Mr. Henry C.
Brame has returned to Chicago, after
spending about a month with his
mother and brother. Miss Kathleen
Davis has returned from a visit to
and is loved by the people of Bell
buckle, don't forget the Christmas
Rally at Hills Chapel A. M. E.
Church, December 24th to 27th. Mrs.
V. V. Hawkins our pastor's wife,
spent the week-end with us. We are
always glad to have Sister Hawkins
in our midst. She is one of the
County teachers, and is a splendid
woman. Mrs. Lizzie Bowden has
gone to the infirmary for an opera
tion. We hope she will Boon be able
to come home again.
Raleigh, North Carolina. This is ex
pected to be a great conference, and
each minister of the 64 charges is
expected to answer at the roll call,
and on Sunday night, Rev. Jenkins
the pastor of Brandon Chapel will
preach the closing missionary sermon
and 64' appointments will be read by
the Bishop. Large preparations are
being made to entertain this great
conference and the Bishop will be
highly entertained while here. No
young preachers will be examined at
Tailored to Your Measure
on n offer io ensy, to liberal, to won
derful, you cm hardly believe it. Tho .
very In'.i'it 1U13 atyle, a perfect tit.
innnmcent ne aeuffti, dctirerca
prtptiid. Send no money nnw, not
on renf, just write us a letter or r. "ily y
nmaiinf S3 ml offer' und Kit '' ''?ll"rV3
the Intest bis; rvt of cloth immples k''jii&'jj
to pick from, a itrcat Ihwk of all the tram T1 . LJy
nw r'!1 fiitliiuni siiown ir. aorircmiH colors r t ',.J
Oil rwi.', a tailoring oriitr no plrr.iiut, 9
E-j rnnrvMii'ia, it's bard to iH!i v1; irrctitf r Vr
anH liit..rlhan avt Hilnrinrr ofTr vi.urvpr 1-
nw. Mow io got oil your own Lvl1
corona roo. how to make all your 3 X I
lien 1'ph mony in your or.iva spare nine,
hovr to be:um more important. 'Mlucnlial
a j proaperoiui. vun t wait, uoi ; nui ic
olt, write uj your ranie ana nnir!He
now. today, this very nnoiita. Address 4
BANNER TA1L0RINQ CO., DPT 7 No CHICASO
low is the efficient secretary. The Nashville. Rev. N. B. Morton of
meeting was largely attended. Mem- Chattanooga is spending a few days
bers of Farmer s Chapel C. M. E.
Church are delighted to know that
Rev. S. P. Morrow will be their pas
UNI0N CITY. tor for another year. During the
' The deepest snow since TSS6 re-!'ear 8IH'nt in ol'r city ho has en
mained in Union City from Friday , deared himself not only to his con
night until Wednesday, December 7-1 STegatlon but to the community.
12th. Annual Conference of Wcst!He has labored with untiring efforts
Tennessee C. M. E. Church closed i for nis ch"rch and the uplift of man
Sunday night, December 9th, Bishop I kind- He nas a.wlde circle of friends
Jamison presided. Bishop Lane, Ex-wno welcome his return to our city,
presiding Bishop was one among j winning him a most successful year,
manv of the dlstineuished euests : Mr- C. P. Porter spent last week in
who visited this conference with Union City attending the West Ten
hearts filled with love, patriotism and lneR9ee Conference. Mr. C. P. Porter
self denial. This conference wasanu Rev' s- p- Morrow were elected
hospitably greeted by local talent of aeiegaies to tne uenerai Conference
this city, who demonstrated ability wnica convenes in Chicago, May,
in his special sphere that was un- 191S- Mr- Sorter is an active leader
Inue and unexcelled. Doctors Miles l 'n farmer's Church, working in
in Shelbyvillo on
preached an able sermon at Wood
fork Chapel at 11 o'clock Sunday.
The infant ot Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Tillman was burled last Monday.
Prof. M. E. Gray was In town two
days this, week killing hogs. The
Wartrace and Bellbuckle teachers
were forced to be away from their
wok Monday, 'on account of the
On last Friday night the members
of the Mount ZIon Baptist Church
met In a regular member's meeting
and unanimously called Rev. D. J.
Tate, the moderator of the Elk River
Association as tile pastor of said
church. The members of this church
feel that they have made a wise
choice in securing the services of
this great man and they feel that
they have the right man in tho rignt
place. Call was made through the
instruction of Rev. J. B. Marshbaaks
and Rev. W. M. Jenkins, who are
very influential members of this
church. Rev. Tate has taken chugo
and started the ball to rolling. So
you may look for us, we will be there
in South Pittsburg In August 1918
if the Lord is willing. Mr. Joo Kims
has accepted work at Sewanee. Mrs.
Wm. Jenkins and daughter have re
turned frcm Chattanooga- They
report a grand trip. Rev. J. S.
Swift of Clarksville shook hands
with his many friends last week.
Billy Riley the "Signal Mountain
Wonder" called last week to see home
You can help In a worthy effort by
attending the concert at Ryman Audi
torium Monday, Dec. 17th. Send the
soldier boys song books and Bibles.
Mrs. Hart L. Winston was In
Greater Nashville last week shopping.
Lieut. J. N. Rucker Is here on a ten
days furlough from Camp Houston.
Miss Annie Ballard is reported ill at
her home on Winchester street. Mr.
Edw. V. Anthony made a flying trip
to Nashville last week on business.
Mrs. Blanche Henry Mosier of Nash
ville was in our little city last week.
Mr. Albert Brown, who is employed
In Nashville returned home last
Thursday evening and Is now con
fined to his bed with la grippe at his
home on Bledsoe street. Mrs. Alf
McClelland of Greenville, Pa., after
spending two weeks here and Harts
ville, with home folks and friends
has returned to her home in Penn
sylvania. Mr. Albert Hudson, who
has been very sick at his home on
Depot Avenue is now out again.
The Star Theatre is now the center
of attraction; nice crowds attend
each Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day evening. Mr. William Lee Culp
is operator. Mr. Bryant Bransford,
who left recently for Akron, Ohio,
is reported tobe making good In his
new field of endeavor. The first
days of real winter reached this
point in "Dixie" on last Friday
evening, and since that time the
R. R. TIMETABLES.
n., c & ST. L. UY.
(April IS, KIT.)
Wast and Northwest,
Padueah, 8L Lou I a.
oonnrcts tor Con- Leaves Arrlvar
travllle 7:05 am 1:50 pn
Hickman, Padueah 2:09 pm 1:40 pn
Wavnrly Aoco., con
nect Centrevllle. 5:S0 pm T:40 an
"plxle Flyer" to St.
Louis t IS pm 7:56 an
Memphis & Hickman 1:50 am 3:01 an
and David; Mrs. McCall and Miss
Light, Little Miss Q. T. Wells and a
choir of I'nion City's best singers are
those who voiced the sentiment of
the citizens and an excellent response
on behalf of the conference was
rendered by Dr. Mosley; Prof. A. M.
Gilbert, A. B., from Howard Universi
ty and principal of the city school,
served as master of ceremonies.
Custom was the cause of many resi
denters to make vacant their pews
in the various churches and school
rooms of this city, by leaving home
where they could make $1.50 per
SOUTH AND EAST.
Chatt. and Atlanti.
Ohatt., Atlanta, Jack
for all b'-anch pts. 8:30 am (:54 pn
"Dixie Flyer" Chat.
Atlanta and Jack
sonville . . .... 11:52 am 4:45 pn
Chatt. and Eat, con.
. Fparta, Fay'tvllle,
City S. Pitts 3 80 pm 11:11 an
Tullanoma acco. con.
for Bhtlbyvll'.e. . .6:C0 pm t: an
Chatt'noora. Atl'nta, ,
Wash., Phlla., New
York 8:15 pm 8:35 an
Lebanon Mixed '7:00 am
Lebanon Expreaa . .:0 am 2:00 pre
Lebanon Accom. ...iiZO pm '5:40 pr
Lebanon Aocom. ...4:20 pm 7:45 an
Oally except Sunday. Other trLn
City Ticket Office, corner Church
street and Fourth avenue.
Phone Main 422 and Main 428.
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
LOUISVILLH AMD NASHVILLE
I every department of the church. Rev.
Morrow and Mr. Porter both deserves
the honor which was given them.
Dr. J. N. Gill, a popular physician of
our .city spent last Wednesday in
Humboldt, the guest of Miss Grace
McLjn. William, the little son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Hayes on Jef
ferson street Is quite ill at this writ
ing. Friends hope him a speedy re
covery. The heaviest snow that has
fallen in this section or years began
falling last Friday afternoon and con
tinued through the night and reach
ed an average depth of Inches
und re I picking co tor "and going 'to i P'" " dr'd it is
ake Cou'nty to pick same for Jl.ooi; J-
ou- ':,?., "ZZ rapidly all Tuesday ot this week
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the week in Stanton on R. No. 1
(Effective 11:18 p.
m. May , 1817.)
toul. ft Cincinnati. 3:lt am 2:44 an.
oul. & Cincinnati. 8:05 un 8:35 pn
Louk. ti Clnolnnatl.8:80 prn 7:58 ant
Louisville Accem. a13:05 pm 3:20 po
Evan. A Chloaajo. ,8:00 pm 7:48 art
Evan. Chloaco. . ,3:20 am 2:20 an
Evan, at Chloao. . .4:63 pm 11:40 ant
Evan, at St Lula..7:43 am 8:25 pm
Evan. & St. Loul..8:20 am 2:20 an
van. 4 St. Loul..8:0 pm 7:49 am
Slrm. ft N. Orleans. 2:57 am 3:58-an
Irira ft N. Orleans. l:80 am 7:40 pn
Blrm. ft Monta;omery3:05 pm 8:50 anr
Nash, ft Deo. acoom.3:50 pm 10:10 an.
Hopklnavllle Acco. 3:00 pm 8:65 art
Colu'bla ft Mt. Plea.S:60 pm 10:10 an
Columbia ft Tuaeum.7:45 am 8:60 pot
Naah. ft Clark. A oca 14:10 par 3:30 arr
VixH Limited discontinued.
KASKTILMB, aTRAff KLIJf AMD
. 3:60 pre
4:45 pm .
Dally. (Dally except Sunday.
Stop at North Caller St Station.
C.tjr Tloket Offla. 221 FeuxtB Ave M
Phone. lUla 4534 and 45M.
success, otners ansoiuie -lauure. we
can only offer them Booker Washing
ton's advice for consolation, viz.:
"Let down your buckets where you
are." The pulpit of the Baptist
Church of this city is seeking an ex
cellent man for an excellent position.
Excellency, duty calls you, respond
at once with an application and a
well prepared trial sermon. Rev.
Porter the new pastor of the A. M.
E. Church has within three weeks
burled himself in the hearts of the
citizens as well as members, as be
ing a pastor, a minister and a devout
Christian. Such a combination pre
dicts for him a successful career.
The friends ot Rev. Allison, pastor
of the C. M. E. Church, who was
sent to a new field, regret very much
his departure and extend to hira the
very best they can offer, God's speed.
Rev. Mitchum, pastor of the Presby
terian Church sayB that the church
he pastors will in a course of time,
be second to no church in the city.
All he wants is a little encourage
ment. To know that Rev. Mays be
gan Missionary work only a . short
while ago and that he will soon build
a church that will be creditable to
the entire community speaks for him
a blessing from above. Rev. Harris,
pastor of the Christian Church is ad
vancing with time. The writer wish
es to say of Rev. Harris, that we have
known him for quite a while and
have labored with him daily and have
discovered in him a Christian spirit
which makes a man a gentleman, a
sympathizer, a friend that will be
true, staunch and loyal. In spite of
inclement weather, heart ache and
despondency, Doctors Walker and
David are keeping us with an appe
tite that will consume more than we
produce. Mrs, Mabel Scott and Lexia
Davis each having han an operation
performed recently are both doing
nicely and a speedy recovery Is an
ticipated for them.
Help us to supply Camp Meade
Negro aoldlers with Bible and long
with her husband, Mr. Jacob Puett.
Dr. R. Redman ot Stanton spent Mon
day of this week in Brownsville. Mr
Lee Jones spent last Thursday in
Memphis at the bedside ot his wife,
who has recently undergone a ser
ious operation at the Wilson Surgi
cal Hospital. Mr. Jones is convales
cent. Some one was heard singing
"More Lonesome than you," and "Ab
sence makes the heart grow fonder,'
quite often last week. She Bang, the
first number more often, after the
snow had fallen. Can't guess. Mrs.
C. J. P. Prof. F. E. Jeffreys spent
the week-end in Lynville, Tenn., in
stead of Nashville, on his - return
home he stopped a short while in
Nashville, while in Lynville be was
the pleasant guest of Miss Lucile
Marsh. Mrs. Delia Peeples is out
after recent illness. Mr. Robert Mc
Lin, who haB been indisposed for
several weeks is much Improved
Prof. J. H. Lynch of Memphis spent
Thanksgiving holidays pleasantly in
our city with his wife and daughter,
Mrs. C. E. Lynch and little. Miss
Gladys Bonlce. Mr. C. J. Porter
visited Dunbar High school, Monday
morning as soon as he arrived.
On November 3rd, 1917, God called
from our trildst Mr. James Monroe
Princeton, Jr., formerly ot this place Chapel M. E. Church was found at
Mrs. Aaron Smith of Indianapolis
Ind., was called here to be at the
bedside ot his sister, Mrs. Sadie
Keith, who is very sick. Mrs. Mer
kle Allen has returned home from
Carthage, where she went to be at
the bedside of her little daughter,
Novella. Mr. Wm. Landis, who is
engaged in work at Smithvllle, Bpent
Sunday in Lebanon with his family.
Miss Mary Maddin of 1128 Joe
Johnson Avenue, Nashville, was
called here to be at the bed side of
her aunt, Mrs. Susie Keith. Miss
Laura Bostlck Is much improved at
this writing. Miss Ada Satler of
Nashville made a flying trip to Leb
anon, Friday and was the guest of
her mother and sister, Mrs. Mary
Satler and Mrs. Van Handcox. Rev.
Grant Whitley preached at Columbia,
Sunday. Although the snow and Ice
covered the ground while icicles
hung around but on Sunday morning,
Rev. T. W. Johnson, pastor of Pickett
folks. Billie is in the Pullman serv
ice now, running from Chattanooga j mercury has been hanging near the
to New Orleans. Mrs. Ora Smartt ! zero mark. The beautiful new bung-
Go to Ryman Auditorium Dec. 17th i anri Mrs. Ada Glupton were in Fayet- I alo of Mr. Geo. McMurry of Hal-
nd help -Negro soldiers. jville last Saturday. Miss Mary Nell lum street is now completed and is
E OFTER thoroughly good
and reliable bell with rich,
clear aBtlfar-reachiny tone
ht very lew price. Tbelr
satUfactory perfemance and dura
bility i backed by the makers' guaran
tee and by eur refutation of bandllnf
only the btt a the market.
Get our dlaauoatt and be convinced
of th real value offered.
Superior Cist Steel Church
and School Bells
Write far Prices. Send stamp
NAT'L BAPTIST CHURCH
R. B. B3TD, D. D Secretary,
5.3 Saemd In., I., rUih.llle, Tsbi,
Standing Invitation to
Call and Inspect
Tm will find upon In
volution that we
requirement, and that
our sorvloo moot all
Wo owa Uo building
as well aa oar orlatiit
Uat aa oyorato both
to Boot the recjulro
atoats of our customers.
Th aaraast and most completely aqulppad
rlBtiaf plant in th world owned,
trl4, eraud y Necrose.
School Bulletins, Cat
alogues and College
Annals, Edition books
from 100 to 600 pages.
Minutes ot all descrip
tion Lodges, Associ
ations and Conven
tion, By-Laws, Con
stitutions aad Rituals.
Consult us, Bonding
us a sample of what
you want and lot us
figure with you.
LET US ritlHT LET US PRINT
your cat a- zx z t rrvi tpt
LOSUBS AND VjTV X ilLUU J J-W LOGUES AND
reejalrlBC the tmm
naterlal and work
nanshtp a th ,,
uoh as TwwMmgm,
ssti and th Ilka.
Our atelte Frtal-
(Llaartrae tm mm)
taa !, plaaalaf
writing and s f-
t aay eort la ftl
to yeur aivertflia
and prtnthaf wo .n
k ajlaa to aaaiat o
II Mlr4, wo aaafl
year pitataS fU
trt feaaa leiMk,
sua., tho sins at daa
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Artlsrta Enorovoro Electrotypero
JKake a Printing Connection ivith
a Specialist and a Large and
Absohitelp Reliable House
If rtm waat quality ho oducatloa and
training of our tauployooa eoneontrated
In oso tfimtlea on tho one class of
prtatlaf la which wt iNUIlM, make
tho woriawa nor skillful.
It r want dtlNory-our ilaat is
oaultaod with aeoaoasaaal, Umo-oav
tag atAcfetaory, m4 Is In ooorattoti th
It you waat tho boot rioo-w urn
usual labor-savlac material aa oautp
moat enablM us to uako OMoatioatJlr
low nrteoa on Mr plKo.
Our raaalgsiloa swsulmnt. WVaa yeju
pltvoo aa ordor la cat oars tm roilov
N vourodf of an aaxloty. Ton las art
Our largo aad growing bualaou la duo
to satWiod ewtaouara, bosoms ol raaoat
Wo or a) war !' to grro o
ssaai of or aoro Of our cue.
taeMrfl to parooao 04 arms oostafe
jutuag ptaesag friMlaa ordere with
9art m rau It t yoomlf to Had rat
MuuifTagwila' ua'atourour prlatlng
yroblosu aad asking tor estimates dees
not also you uador aay obligations
Let Ui Estimate on Tour Vtzt Caialarua
' Wa Are Itroac oa ev tpoaialtiH.
PartioUarlT the Lanar Orian .
Vail HBW TYPBl
Far roar Ca1eaae
We kav a larfe bat
tery of type aastlag
our rtm havlag
our a irpe teaaOy
i na tho ty
e n a a ami aalea
orSered keU bv tke
ouataanar far fatar
eSIUen. W hava all
taadara faea aM
special Iff (aeoo will
taraiabid If Aa-lrad.
aaasbao of horrio
fyi'S eevural ol
waaxo Ma aa roe
com laMaUoaT mil
laeder are tte b
Tbo taaUitlea at ear
btoasg aad aMaiatog
apatuiaata aa ao
Mia Waat w !
to th pea tan aa or
oastomar a faot oa
U araaoao aviat.
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