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homes, are intelligent, thrifty and
a credit to any civilization. We ap
pend the following; from the Memphis
Times and endorse every line of it:
The Hon. Root. R. Church la our
candidate for the State Executive
Committeeman, which la the Republi
can State Primary Board for the Tenth
Congressional District, comprising
Hardeman, Fayette, Shelby and Tip
Mr. Church is well known to us all.
He ia a young man of vision, lofty
ideals and noble purpose. He is
erudite, broad-hearted, patriotic and
loyal. He is well versed in the af
fairs of the government and the polit
ical issues of the day, both national
and local. He is deeply interested in
the welfare of his country in general 1
and of his people in particular. He
is a Republican of the truest kind;
he believes in his party and its ability
to carry forward the splendid work
of the people.
The committee in selecting him as
our candidate in the primary election
on the 1st of August made the best
possible selection, and the Republi
can Colored voters of the above
named counties can do no higher
honor to themselves and their party,
on the 1st of August, than by electing
him their worthy representative in
'MAD! IN NASHVILLE."
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FORD, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE.
Sew lork Office, Freet and Free,
Chicago Office, Frost and Frost, Atvar
Atlanta Office. Frost and Frost, Candler
Naehrlile Office. Frost and Frost, lad
odent Life Building.
Nashville, Tenn.. July 1218
THE COMING PROGRAM.
On the recommendation of Secre
tary Baker and Gen. March, sup
ported in at least a half hearted way
by Gen. Crowder Congress has drop
ped its plan for immediate extension
up and down of the draft age limits
and for the present the young men
of 20 or 19 or IS and the older men
of up to 40 or 45 will not be ger
istered for possible conscription.
First of all, it is worthy of some
attention that the war department
now has won enough confidence in
Congress that it can make such a re
quest based on any kind of promises
and obtain prompt aquiesences. That
taet-'TPgisters the keen pleasure of
Congress and the nation at the war
Department's performance since it
was rudely jarred awake in March
It is also demonstrated by the real
patriotism of man congressmen whori
it was customary not long back for
administration partisans to cast as
persions at. It shows that when the
government does things and gives
basis for the faith that it will con
tinue to do things it will meet no
hampering in Congress. That piece
of credit Congress is emphatically
As to the request of the war de
partment for delay, its ultimate justi
fication will depend on the speed with
which its own comprehensive war
program is got into shape and sub
mitted. The understanding is that
it will be ready in ninety days. A
considerable time will no doubt be
required by congress to debate the
program and amend or adopt it.
Thus it is certain that a definite pol
icy of meeting the nation's man
power needs among other things can
not be expected for some months to
come. If anything like present rate
of raising and forwarding divisions
is maintained, there will need a max
imum degree of speed when the
measure is finally enacted. Any un
necessary delay will carry danger
for the caust.
A short time ago the war depart
ment request for even ninety days'
delay would have met with the con
viction on all sides that it was due
to pacifism and a reluctance to deal
separately with vast and pressing
needs. A few voices are raised even
now to intimate that fear. But the
country is ready as a whole, along
with Congress to accept the depart
ment's recent energy as a perma
nent and to assume that old happy
disregard of facts and of probabili
ties Is ffone forever.
In the meantime since the depart
ment program is in the process of
formulation it will not be amiss to
continue discussion of the policies
that must be settled.
Nothing will be accomplished by
sneering at the ability of Henry
Ford, though no doubt he is far bet
ter qualified for manufacturing au
tomobiles than for practicing states
manship. His statesmanship like
qualifications ought to be judged so
far as possible not on the presump
tion that because he has succeeded in
one line he cannot succeed in an
other, but on the showing he has
made whenever he dabbled in polltl
cal affairs. That showing when one
thinks of Oscar II, la not very en
couraging. Indeed, the most practi
cal of men in business have given
signs of being the most impractical
of men in the realms of political
thought. The term "political" is not
Opposition to the partisan trick
attempted in Michigan by democrats
is natural and justified. The New
Yark World, staunchest of democratic
organs concedes that Ford's strength
as a senatorial candidate of any
kind is based in a small measure on
his demonstrated business ability
and in a large measure on his liberal
policy towards labor, as exemplified
by paying good wages. Very likely
that liberal labor policy is another
evidence of Ford's business shrewd
The erratic and gullible gentle
man who financed the peace ship
was a fish out of water. Neverthe
loss Ford will run. He will have to
be considered considerably.
things now look he will probably
nrnve the strongest candidate the
npmnorata can select. If he wins
the fact that he carried his party to
victory in a normally Republican
state will not be intolerable. nut
there should be a clear understanding
that he runs either as a democrat of
as an independent with democratic
endorsement. There is not the
least warrant for presenting him to
the neoDla as a republican with
democratic endorsement. The falsi
ty of that representation is what
With the no wheat regulations
there should be a law against serving
hcold corn bread. The penalty lor
violating which should be death by
electrocution, hanging, poison gas
and dum-dum- bullets.
By virtue of the power and author
ity vested in me by a certain deed
from D. L. Martin to Thomas Butler,
of record in Book No. 349, page 346
of the Register's Office of Davidson
County, Tennessee, dated August 6,
1908, default having been maae in
the payment of the notes therein
mentioned and all said notes being
now long past due, I, D. L. Martin,
will at 12 o'clock noon, on Monday,
July 22nd, 1918, at the South door
nf the Court House in Davidson
County, Tennessee, proceed to sell at
public auction free irom tne equity
of redemption, all rights of home
stead and dower, to the highest bid
der for cash, the following described
real estate, to-with:
Beine the south twenty-nve Dy one
hundred and twenty-nine feet of lot
No. 17 in Ashcraft a Subdivision oi
lot No. 14 of the Harding Lytle
tract, a plan of which is recorded in
Book 57, page 162 R. O. D. C. Said
part of lot No. 17 fronts twenty-nve
feet on the northerly side of Herman
reet on extendB back northwardly
between parallel lines one hundred
and twenty-nine feet to a point, De-
ginning at the northeast corner oi
Herman and Tweed streets; thence
east twenty-five feet; thence north
one hundred and twenty-nine ieet;
thence west twenty-five fefet; thence
south one hundred and twenty-nine
feet to the beginning. Being part oi
the same tract or parcel of land con
veyed to D. L. Martin by deed of Isa
bella Buchanan, a widow, oaten Apru
15. 1904. and recorded in Book No.
290, page 417 R. O. D, C. June 25th,
D. L. MARTIN.
of this Church and that a copy of
them be sent to the family of our de
Sister Marie Mayberry, Secretary
of Progressive Club. .
Ida Graves, Chaplain.
Wihere as, it has pleased the
Supreme Architect of the Universe to
remove from our midst our laie
President. SiBter Emma Sysney; and
Wnereas, The intimate relations
long held by our deceased sister with
the members of this club render it
proper that we should place on record
our appreciation of her services as
a president of this the Progressive
club of Pleasant Green Baptist
Church and her merits as a woman.
Therefore be it.
Mr. Will Whiteside came in from
camps on a brief furlough last week.
The day following his arrival he was
joined in marriage to Miss Mattle
Lou Bradberry. Mr. Robert Frlerson
and Miss Lula Stamps were married
last week. The Parker wedding was
one of the most brilliant affairs of
recent years. The table was one
that only the Parkers can set.. Every
guest pronounced the occasion one of
the grandest of the grand. The fol
lowing persons were present: Mrs.
Leland J. Nesbit, Miss Carrie Hend
ley and Miss Iola Hendley of Nash
ville; Mrs. Sallle Arnett of Winches
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Campbell,
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis, Mrs.
Annie Gill and Miss Sallle Gill of
Shelby ville; Mr. and Mrs. Judge
Black and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Black
of Richmond; Mrs. Sophie Dean and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. Monroe Pipes and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hopwood, Mr.
and Mrs. Monroe Gill and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Duncan, Mr
Sam Oates and son, Mrs. Janle Mc-
Olll, Master Edward Tillman and
Mr. Lee Trail, Sr. The bride and
groom will leave soon for Holyoke,
Mass., where they will make their
home. Miss Ilene Blay, Mrs. Callie
Cannon, Miss Odessa Cannon and
Miss Una Dwiggins are at the Nor
mal Summer School. Mr. Clarence
Hester has returned from Arizona,
where he was a member of the Tenth
Cavalry. Mrs. Malinda Dwiggins
has gone to Dayton, Ohio on a visit
to her son. Shelbyville was greatly
shocked on hearing of the death of
Miss Sarah Mosely at the Normal
last week. She was a model young
lady and brilliant future was pre
dicted for her. , The family has the
sympathy of the- entire community.
Lieut. Burrell Tillman la here on a
second furlough caused by the con
tinued serious illness of ,hls wife.
Mrs. Tillman Is now better at this
writing. Miss , Joanna McAdams
nr. .nii.t Prof. S. C. Ralney
on his re-election as principal at Mul
ling Chapel. We are Informed that in
appreciation of hla services he baa
had a substantial raise In salary.
Miss Mattie Campbell writes ; from
Washington city that she Is well
pleases with her position and is re
ceiving the very best treatment. She
Is the only colored person In the
building in which she works.
Rev. E. F. Gooch gave some Jilaln
talk to the colored girls who are rid
ing around at night with white boys.
fHn.io th flcht. Rev. we are with
you These girls cannot continue this
nefarious practice and continue to as
sociate with decent people.
,Mr. Carroll Simpson, who has been
hMitti for three years died
Sunday night at 11:45 o'clock. He
was born to Grunoy couiuy,
i ieii wo a hnnnilv married to Miss
nsn.rn.iina Wlzrlns in 18G6. To the
union were born nine chldren. only
ii ....viirinsr mm Mr. I W"'0
MM I IIUVO pu I1I1UB
So, Simpson of Columlbus, Ohio, Mrs. Ida
McElharan, maanapous, iuu., u
Mrs. J. J. McElroy. So. P!ttTurg.
Tenn. The funeral was attended at
the First Baptist Church by Rev. D.
a Tnwnsend who had known him as
and industrious, honest Christian for
forty-eight years, serving as nis ya
tor for thirty-seven years. He was
ably assisted by the Moderator of
Elk Rtver Association, Rev. D. J.
Tata nnd the nastor. Rev. E. T. Greg
ory. The minsters were at their
best and many practical lessons were
given the young Christians on liv
ing a model Christian life. A devot
ed wife has constantly been at his
bed3ide, doing all she could to torn
fort a dear husband who has loved
end esteemed her for fifty-two years.
Letters of condolence were read
from Mrs. E. A. Townsend and Rev.
Marchbanks. The life of Mr. Simp
son 18 worthy of emulatton. Li ke a
snowflake, it leaves a niaric out noi
a stain. .Mrs. Mamie WUllIams of
Cbalmont is VlstSing ier siiner-n-
law, Mtrs. Violet Williams. Mr. J. J.
MbElroy of So. Pittsiburg, is spend-
In! a few day with Mrs. w. v. simp-
, . ' T 1. HI
sun. Miss DOC19 rracu OI nuura
is visiting her father, Mr. Duke mcn.
Mr. Sal Johnson of Nashville stopped
over a few days en route to cnatta
nooea. He was royally entertained
bv Miss Docle Finch. Mrs. H. Hoa
of Nashvilfe is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Emma Scott.
RACE MEN AND WOMEN PROTECT YOUR
Kwoivea. n, i ,;,u"h"';;,n t i writes that she has accepted work at
we bow with humble submission to . v "l
the will of the Most 'f'fl0 University. ' Miss Mary Davis Is
the less mourn for our sister who , ,ocated , oklahoma Pro R Q
has been called from her labor toUws wag the only pergon of CQlor
rest- I In the 4 th of July parade. The col-
Thnt In the death of Sis
ter Emma Sysney, this club loses a in not accepting the very urgent in-
president who was always active and
realous in her work as a unristian,
ever ready to succor the needy and
'Stressed of the church prompt to
advance the Interests of the Order,
dovoted to Its welfare and prosperity.
One who was wise is consel, fear
less in action; and honest and up
right woman whose virtues endeared
her not only to her club, but to all fel
Further Resolved, That this club
tender its heartfelt sympathy to the
family and relatives of our deceased
vitatlon of the whites. It is a lost
opportunity. Somebody was dere
lict. Some of these days we are
filing to learn some things. Mr.
Arnett Murray goes to the Bend this
week. He has been the efficient
handler of the Globe and decided he
is a hustler. Dr. Randolph has moved
his office to Dr. Wilsons old stand.
Miss Pauline Dean and Mrs. Willie
Brown have opened an ice cream
parlor. Mrs. Magdelene Bell has re
turned from Columbia. Mr. Ed
Ervlng of Wartrace and Mr. Robert
Not only does money make the
mare go, but as the democrats re
flected with regard to Henry Ford, it
has a stimulating effect also on the
The terribly efficient Henry says
he has been "commanded to run
for senator as a republican, by a
The Colonel is not generally
known however as being one of the
two living ex-vice presidents.
Yep: the Austrians "pinned down
large Italian forces." And they
will never rely on pins again.
President In this their sad affliction. Sims of Shelbyville have been added
further Resolved, That these reso-as members to the Bedford colored
lurions be entered upon the minutes fair association.
REMOVE FRECKLES, TAN, EISINGS, BUMPS, BLEMISHES HAVE
SOFT, FAIR, BEIQHT, LIGHT SEN BY USING BLACK
AND WHITE OINTMENT. .
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low or blochy skin, clearing the skin of risings . pim
blackheads, wrinkles, tan or irecK f.3 1V " ? I J
fair bright, light complexion, making you the envy ofeyjuy
dy. Black and white Ointment is alway ahead of powder.
Si only covers up imperfect ons. JSS
removes them. oia on a moucy-ian. s
(sumps or coin) sent by mail, or if you send Jl for Ijncef
if B1& and mite Ointment, a 25( ; cake of B Ug .and White
Soap included free. Address riougn uumi. -.
AGENTS MAKE AN EASY LIVING.
representing us. Apply for territory and AJ
and White Ointment provides a chance for you to
living and a good living. No experience required. Write today
sending 25c for a box. '
Mr. Louis Moody and his sister-in-
law. Mrs. Dewitt Moody arrived on
1 he Fourth, from Haskell, Okla., to
ha the euest of Mr. and Mrs. John
Travis. Messrs W. Elmus Perry and
H. A. Thorpe made a trip to Paris
on last Friday, while there they called
to see Prof, and Mrs. H. C. Edmonds,
on Church street. Rev. W. T. Webbs
of Paris preached a wonderful ser
mon on Sunday morning at Spring
Creek Baptist Church. Misses
Attomay and Hattle Tharpe of Paris
spent Saturday night a nd Sunday
here at the home of their Bister, Mrs.
Hettie Tharpe. Mrs. Llnnie Smith
if Paris was a visitor of Mrs. Wal
ter Thorpe, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.
Abron Thorpe spent Saturday and
-iHy at the home of Mrs. Throps
parents. Mr. Willie L. Boyd was the
guest of Misses Leafle and Lettle
Thorpe, Sunday evening. Mr. Travis
Rushing was a visitor at the home
of Mr. W. Flmus Perry, Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Thorpe visited in
Benton County Sunday.
A marriage of much surprise to a
large circle of friends was that of Mr.
Manklns Birks to Miss Mae Agnes
White, which took place Wednesday
night. The groom is a popular young
man of our city, he is the son of Rev.
J. Berks. Miss White is one of our
most popular young ladles, she is the
only dauhter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnie
White. We wish them happy long
future. Mrs. Missouri Atkins and
little son .Howard, was called to
Nashville to attend the funeral of her
sister- in-law, Miss Mary E. Atkins.
Miss Tharrah Helluns made a flying
trip to Lebanon Sunday and returned
to Nashville, Monday. Mr. Walter
Thompson and his aged mother was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hamp
Hughes, Sunday. The Ladies Aid
WOMEN, GIRLS PROTECT YOUR FUTURE
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tha shared prosperity and happiness that
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Instructions by. mail or at Collage
Dipelomas to, graduates Agents
wanted everywhere write this day.
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Society met at Cedar Point, Monday
evening, after business was arranged
a delicious menu was served by Mrs.
Lizzie James. Mr. and Mrs. Bud
Page, attended the Ministers and
Deacons meeting at Cedar Grove Sun
day, where they did great singing. A
wonderful meeting was enjoyed by
a large crowd of people. A soul
itirring sermon was conducted by Rev.
C Royster of Riddleton. Mrs. Bud
Page and little daughter, Elizabell
were the guests of Mrs. J. P. Penning
ton, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Jno. P.
Pennington entertained last Sunday
evening with a two course menu for
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Page and Mr. Wil
liam White, an enjoyable afternoon
was enjoyed by Mrs. Pennington's
Snapshot of the Conference of leading representatives and sentiment moulders of the race token
on the steps of the New Interior Building, Washington, D. C., regarded as the greatest confer
held among Negroes in the U.S., at which a number of the white representatwes were present.
Some people seem almost to wel- t
come disaster it gives them a chance
to toss a harpoon.
It is all right to take the bray out
of the jackasses but what is needed
also Is a plug for some of their ears.
DOWN IN THE TENTH.
As usual the boys down In the
Tenth Congressional District are do
ing the right thing in the right way
at the right time. These bows always
did know how to do things. Their
latest bid for fame Is putting for
ward that peerless statesman, R. R.
Church as their choice for state com
mitteeman for the Tenth Congres
sional District, comprising Harde
man, Fayette, Shelby and Tipton
Counties. Mr. Church. Is no strip
ling, when It comes to politics. He
Is no weakling when it comes to doing
things. Though not given to speech
making it is conceded that he Is a
power among the mighty. Mr.
Church on the state Executive Com
mittee would do much for the race
as he Is a man of courage and un
doubted ability. He has convictions
and the manliness to proclaim them.
The Republicans of the tenth con
gressional district honor themselves
when they honor R. R. Church. The
constituency of Mr. Church are high
class, the majority of them owning
Henry Ford, speeding like a haro
for that senatorship may yet turn
Often when babies are weighed it
Is the parents who are found wanting.
Let a free horse come along and
how many will climb.
HON. WM. H. HARRISON DELIVERS
Jefferson Texas. On July 7th the
people of Jefferson, Texas, had the
.Measure of hearing the Hon. W. H.
Harrison of Oklahoma City in one
of his masterly addresses. His ad
dress was corr""p,'o-''vfl in its scope,
ly In ita diction and convene
lng in its aie,uu.e.. His definition
of Democracy, while not to be found
In any text book Is based upon world The following are their names In
wide experience and research and the order mentioned, reading from left
world will only be safe for Democracy to right:
when it can except this definition as Front row P. B. S. Pinchback,
laid down by him. Many orators have iChas. W. Anderson, Maj. L. P. De
visited our city and yet none have Montal, French Embassy, Emmett J.
aroused the enthusiasm evinced over, Scott, Maj. fcawara iiequin, ut. u,
the visit of Hon. Harrison. R. Moten, Judge Robt. Terrell, W. E.
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guests. Mr. and Mrs. eGntral
Betty were the guests of Mrs. Kan
kins Berks and Mrs. Jno. P. Penning-
ton Sunday evening at the home of
Mrs. Agnes Pennington. Mrs. Jno. P.
Pennington and two little daughters,
Doris and Johnie Odell were the week
end guests of her mother, Mrs. Agnes
Pennington. Mrs. Birdie Nubble
was the guest of Mrs. Frank Ward
Sunday. Mrs. Bud Page was the
guest of Mrs. Birdie Nubble Monday
evening. Any wishing to subscribe
for the Globe, see. Mrs. J. P. Pennington.-
WOMEN'S OVERSEAS HOSPITALS
To CARE FOR GAS VICTIMS
FOR FRENCH GOVERN
MENT. The French Government has as
signed to the Women's Overseas Hos
!als a 300-bed hospital for gas caaei
The Service de Sante will maintain
A cable from France asks lor doc
tors, nurses, and nurses' aid for an
extension of the Labouheyre refugee
unit. These unit1?, with two already
established- will make four hospitals
backed by the National American
Woman Suffrage Association. Nine of
the Scottish women's hospitals are sus
anted by British suffragists.
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