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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 2, 1918.
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
We ore having plenty of rain now
Most of the schools in the rural
which has been much needed. Mrs. j districts opened July 2Sth. Mrs.
Mark Hughes of Nashville spent the ; Qiuvnic Kriersou Sneed is visiting
week-end with her mother, Mrs. Hen! her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. G. V.
Willis. Mr. Blanche Monday was j Frierson ou Third street. Mrs. Mary
here from Camp Humphrey,' Va.Aist j Frances Steavensou of Patterson
to bring things to paw. Mrs. Matt
El Johnson and Mrs. C. B. Anderson
were the hostesses of a beautiful din
ner July 21. Those seated at the table
Dr. I. J. Edwards of Nashville, Miss
Louise Russell, Mrs. A. M. Russell of
Willlamsport, Mr. and Mrs. Mat El
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ander
son, Miss Lucile Lowers and Carrie
Andersonf little Miss Gladis and
Howard Johnson. A six course re
pass was served. We hope the Nash
ville Globe will find the path to every
door in South Side Columbia.
week. Mr. Ben Willis who is wonting
street, Nashville, spent the week-end
.here the irrtest of hop linnphtrr !rj
at Hartley's Bend made a flying trip j C:irric U11 Rev SUlllsU,u pilstor
home last Monday. Little Jack Wil-, First Baptist Church, was called to
lianis is very sick with tonsilitis. Mr. : Nashville on account of the death bf
Noah King of Nashville is visiting'3 mother-in-law. Miss Ida Lowe
.. A. ... h.ia returned from Nashville where
his mother, Mrs. Martha King whOjsne enjoyea a very ,,ioasant visit
is very sick. Mrs. Lapslcy of Nash-; with friends. Miss Eddie K. John
ville is in our midst now preaching , son is at home from Gravel Hill,
the way to God. Mrs. Sam Harris , where she spent two weeks with Mrs.
and two litle sons of Kiddleton spent I Lizzie McConico. Uev. C. W. Kelly
the week-end here with her mother ' of Ripley filled the pulpit at Mt.
Mrs. Donoho. Mr. Charlie Knowles ! Lebanon "last Sunday at the 11 o'clock
of Nashville came up to see his girl, j service and the First Baptist at night.
Miss llessie Williams, last week before iMiss Sarah Frierson, one of the high
leaving for war, Monday. Miss May
mie Page is absent from her work on
account of tonsilitis. Little Miss
Margaret Martin of Riddleton is here
visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Frank
McDonald. Miss Lula Bennett was
In Nashville last week. Little Robt.
Allen Giggs is very sick with pneu
monia. The ladies of the A. M. E.
Church gave an entertainment Sat
urday night and rally Sunday for
their pastor, Rev. A. J. Leath, real
izing $42.40 for him. Rev. A. J.
Leath preached three able sermons
yesterday being his regular day.
Quite a number were here from
Pleasant Shade, Dixon Springs, Rid
dleton and other places. Miss L. D.
Rankin was shocked a little Satur
day night when she struch her arm
against an electric fan, making it
very sore. There will be a mock an
nual conference here beginning, Aug
ust 23rd and 24th, at the M. E.
Church, Braden's Chapel, for the pas
tor, Rev. Wm. Neal.
The district conference of the Shel
byville District which met at Hart
ley's last week is said to have been
the most successful one in recent
years. Every pastor responded.
Every one went over his assessments.
Some able sermons were delivered.
Rev. F. W. Gardner is proud of his
district. The quarterly conference
at Woodfork Chapel last week was a
success. The session was held in
fifty-five minutes. The amount col
lected was f 53.1 G. The amount
raised during the
$198.15. After the business those
present wore served with cream and
cake by the Yellow Jackets and the
Bumble Bees. The teachers for the
public school for the next scholastic
year are Frof. J. C. McAdams, prin
cipal, Miss Ellen Mitchell, first as
sistant, Mrs. Lavonia Dowell, second
assistant, Mrs. Ida Laws, third
sistant, Mrs, Ellie Bias, fourth
school graduates of 1918
State Normal Summer school for
teachers aiwf was among the number
who received a certificate and is now
teaching the Booker Ridge school in
the Western portion of Maury Coun
ty. Rev. E. L. Womack, pastor of
Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church went
to Gravel Hill last Sunday to preach
an ordination sermon. Prof. J. H.
Kelly is improving after several
weeks illness. Dr. J. T. Phillips of
Nashville spent the week-end here
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Davis.
Mrs. C. H. Boone entertained very
pleasantly at dinner Thursday for
Mrs. Minnie Perkins. Mrs. Olivia
Nichslson entertained Monday even
ing at 6 o'clock dinner in honor of
Mrs. M. Perkins. Seated at the table
were: Mrs. Maud Kelly of Ripley,
Mesdames Florence Boyden, Rankin
Doyle, Miss Maggie Green. Mrs1.
Jennie Green entertained at dinner
Friday for Mrs. Perkins. Rev. and
Mrs. Chas. W. Kelly of Ripley were
the guests of Miss Maggie Green,
Friday evening. Mrs. L. H. Gilmore
is on the sick list. Mrs. Rankin
Doyle entertained at lunch for Airs.
Minnie L. Perkins. A menu of many
courses was served. Seated at the
table were Mrs. Isaiah Watkins of
Indiana, Mesdames, Florence Boyden,
Willie Nichols Boone, Olivia M.
Nicholson, and Miss Maggie Green.
The members of Lily of Valley Court
No. 13 entertained Mrs. Minnie Per
kins at Green's Cafe, Thursday even
ing with a buffet lunch. Miss Mag
gie L. Green entertained in honor of
Mrs. Minnie Perkins, Sunday after-
quarter was noon from 5 to 7. Mrs. Rankin Dovle
has returned home after a visit to
Builalo. N. Y., Niagara Falls, and
Canada. The Columbia District Con
ference convened in Wayman Chapel,
A. M. E. Church, South Side Colum
bia, July 18, 1!, 20, with Rev. I. J.
Edwards, D. D., P. E., in the chair,
Rev. B. A. Bailey, pastor. At 9:30
as-! the convention was called to order
ns-jby Dr. I. J. Edwards, P. E. Rev. G.
Rev. G. J. Stanford left for Colum
bia, Thursday of last week to be in
attendance of the District Conference
at South Side Columbia. Miss Pokie
Watkins had a very painful opera
tion by having her left hand taken
o'.T. She is getting along nicely.
Miss Mattie Augusta Tucker was u
welcome visitor of her grandmother,
Mrs. John Tucker, of Chartersville,
Thursday of this week. Mrs. R. L.
Tucker is Indisposed at this writing.
Mrs. Earlie Strayhorn of Danville,
111., is the house guest of her cousin,
Mrs. Ada Watkins. The death of Mr.
Henry Lence of Gracus Branch was
was quite shocking to his many
friends at Willlamsport. Several per
sons went from this place to Colum
bia last week to bo in attendance at
the District Conference. They re
port having a grand session. Rev. E.
E. Russell and Mrs. Oce Tucker are
planning to leave for Mo. soon to
visit their brother and uncle, Mr.
Jackson Russell. We have just re
ceived the sad news of the death of
Mrs. Carrie Dotson 'Head of Gracus
Branch. Miss Mattie Tucker was the
guest of her cousin, Misses Christeen
and Maude Church, Thursday of this
week. Rev. G. W. Harge of Mt.
Pleasant made a business trip in our
town this week. See Rev. Harge and
take out an insurance. Rev. G. J.
Stanford made a business trip to
Nashville, Monday of last week. Mrs.
A. M. Russell and Miss Annie L.
were entertained by Mrs. Ben Waln
wright of Columbia, Monday of last
week. A six course menu was served
Mr. James Harris left Sunday to Join
the U. S. Navy. Our prayer is that
Mr. Harris will make good. Mrs.
Maggie B. Webster arrived from
Nashville, Friday. She was accom
panied by her auntie, Mrs. Janie
Weber. Mrs. Thomas McMoore of
Franklin was the guest of her mother
Mrs. Caroline Hale last week. Mr.
Daniel Lipscomb and family are de
lighted to have a copy of the Globe
in their home each week. Miss Pearl
Church arrived home from Nashville,
Sunday. She was, accompanied by
Mr. Earl Pinkleston and Mr. Eddie C.
Carpenter. Mrs. Mamie Bryant of
Shady Grove was the welcome guest
of home folks. Mrs. James Church,
Mr. Oce Tucker, Mr. Henry Esters
and Miss Roxie A. Russell were the
guests of Mr. John Collins and
daughter, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B.
E. Russell and Mr. Elgie Mays were
pleasant callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Lfpscomb, Sunday afternoon.
Rev. (!. J. Stanford Is indisposed nt
this writing. The Ever-Ready Club
will meet with Ida L. Collins, Wed
nesday of this week.
Bistant and Mrs. Mandoline Cowan, W. Harge of Mt. Pleasant .mil Tiav
substitute. School opens the first b. C. Frierson of Columbia were re
Monday in August. Born to Mr. nnrttained as chief and assistant secre
Mrs. Jos. Thompson a son. Mother taries respectively. The communion
and babe are doing well. Joe has Was administered bv the Presiding
grown two inches taller since the 1 Kldcr assisted bv the nastnra. All
event. We wish to recall the words pastors and delegates answered to
of praise given a certain minister re-1 their names with a few exceptions
cently. He has reversed himself. Of Und paid their claims. Rev. Edwards
all men who should bo consistent the hs a far-seeing, gentle, courteous,
minister should take the lead. A man , kimlhearted, Billable gentleman; he
of words and not of deeds, is like a hsa wise leader of men. The annual
garden full of weeds. Why don't the sermon preached bv Rev. J. W. Tallv
boys who can play horns get together j was clear, strong, logical and full to
and practice? No band can play the brim with spiritual food put in
well that does not have regular i reilcn of a1 The meeting was brim
hours. The people do not want to r,ill of interest from tho stnrt Manv
hear mere sound. If you prepare I topics of vital interest to the church
you will get calls. In fact you will j w,.,.e lx,lU from weIl prepared papers,
be given preference in all home fun- ; which showed marked research and
tions. Get busy. The arrival of : prayerful preparation on the part of
Prof. L. B. V. Allen, president elect j the essavests. These papers were
of Turner is anxiously awaited, lie j discussed in a way that turned
has written that he will bo here in a j search lights upon many of the giant
ft w days. Hereafter news items from CVjs that throng our pathway, lead
the churches will appear as follows: j jnR to a higher plane of material ed
The first issue in each month Wood- ucational, moral and spiritual devel-
toi'K t napei, me second aeons -n-, opmnnts. The conference was graced
Mrs. B. H. January and Master B.
H. January. Jr.. will leave Chicago
Saturdav for Pontiac, Mich., to visit
their Father, Mr. Jordan Helm, they
will snend a month there, and return
to Chicago to accompany Mr. B. H.
Januarv to Nashville. Wrights Hall
was filled to its capacity last Wednes
day night to hear B. H. January, Make
an address on "Union." Durinf his
speech he was interrupted several
times by applause. After his speech
many members and friends surround
him inviting hiin to speak to other
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vice will be In demand. Tou can
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times more a day or evening at
home. Plenty of work and positions
open to those who know how. Let
me teach you artistic Halrdresiing,
Manicuring, Face Massage, Scalp
Treatment, How to cultivate and
Grow Hair. How to make Toilet Ar
ticles. How to weave and manufto
ture Hair. How to make Switches,
etc., Straightening, Singing, Dye
ing, etc., all work, guaranteed. A
quick, easy, simple method and per
fect, up-to-date work. . Illustrated
Chart of the latest creations in hair
work and how to use the latest appll- '
ancea that save halt the time and
labor. Mme. DE CARROLL, an old :
i experienced Hairdresser and Beauty ;
Culturlst, will teach you the French
and American system by mail. This
course, for a limited time, has been I
i reduced to $3.00, so each Girl can
learn, send a Money order to the
Ideal Co., Box 70, Station G., New
York City. Adv.
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THE LATE CAPTAIN HENRY
One of the prime factors in putting
Co. G on its present high footing.
Captain Bowman served in this ca
pacity for a number of years. Co.
G is "overthere" in the trenches.
gie Betty, Queen, Mr. Mitchel John
son, King, $13.52. No. 10. Mrs. Fan
nie Anderson, Queen, Prof. M. C.
Wood, King, $31.60. Young Ladies
Willing Workers Club. Mrs. A. L.
Anderson, Princess, Mr. John Scruggs,
Prince, $59.00. American National
Bank of Lebanon, $5.00. Total
After spending two weeks with his
mother, Mr. Clarence Taylor return
ed to his home in Coshoctor Ohio,
July 21st. Little Treasure E. L.
Searcy is on the sick list at this time.
Miss Corine McLemore visited in
Alamo Saturday. Private Samuel
Searcy of Co. B 52 1st Camp Hump
hrey arrived home Saturday after
noon, he got an honorable discharge.
Samuel was in the training camps
three months three weeks, he spent the
most of his time in camp Mead after
President's Strong Stand Against
Lynching Opportunity for Colored
Nurses in Army ' and Probably
Early Recall of Col. Young to Active
Duty, Follow Urgent Appeal of
Race's Spokesmen for Justice.
Washington, D. C, July 29: Already
there are numerous evidences that
the recent conference of Colored Edi
tors and leaders held in this city in
June which was called by Emmett J.
Scott, Special Assistant to the Sec
retary of War, at the suggestion of
the War Department and the Com
mittee on Public Information, to con
sider the relations of the . 12,000,000
Negroes in this country with the
general government itself, and to
discuss ways and means how each
might co-operate, most effectively in
the work of winning the present
world-wide war, is bearing fruit.
Three results of the most significant
character have been worked out with
in the past fortnight that fully Justi
y the holding of the conference and
other issues not les far-reaching are
well on their way toward a satisfac
To Colored Women
We are the Unrest
Hair. Our latest
book ah owing net
styles in. hair
dressing: tent free.
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man should have
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toilet articles. Sat
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PRESIDENT WILSON'S CLEAN-CUT
The first in Importance and human
Interest of the helpful results that may.
be said to have grown directly out
of the recent conference of editors,
and the co-operation of Negro lead
ers and friends of the Negro people,
is that frank, positive and unequivo
cal delaration of the President of the
United States against the mob spirit,
which has been sent to the four cor-
pel, the third, Mt. Zion, correspond
ents will please take notice and gov
ern yourselves accordingly. All gen
eral news items may be left at Mr.
Robt. Dysards shop. Several of the
boys from the camps are to be home
soon. Prof. Riley Williams has gone
to the Bend. Prof. S. C. Rainey says
he has learned to conjugate the verb
cook. Shelbyville is still in need of
a colored dentist. Mr. James Cleve
land of Union Ridge and Mr. Ferris
Crockett were here Monday. Be sure
your sins will find you out. You can
fool all the people some of the time,
and some of the people all the tlniel
but you cannot fool all of the people
all the time. The man who does
right cannot suffer loss. Don't be
afraid to take a stand for the right.
Cowards never accomplish anything.
Shelbyville feels complimented on its
splendid corpB of teachers for the
public school. Prof. J. C. McAdams,
a Fiskite of known ability, Miss Ellen
Mitchell and one of, Bedford's best
lady teachers, Mrs. L. V. Dowell of
the A. and I. Normal; Mrs. Ida M.
Laws, graduate of the Shelbyville
High school of Turner College and of
Tnskegee Institute, whom the board
of education calls one of the best
teachers of the south and Mr. Ellie
Bias of Turner College. All Shelby
ville product makes a faculty that
Shelbyville is justly proud of. Not
only are these persons strong liter
arly but their influence in home
building and character developing is
an inspiration to the coming genera
tion. The ladies of the Comfort
League deserve great credit for their
splendid work in providing for our
soldier boys. All hats off to them.
Generous rains in these parts bring
broad smiles to all.
Dr. W. T. Vernon, Memphis, Tenn.,
will lecture at the County Training
School this week. He will speak on
"The Progress of the Colored Race,"
under auspices of the Fayette County
Branch N. A. A. C. P. Mrs. W.- P.
Ware has returned after an exten
sive visit in the East. Mr. R. T. But
ler, United States E. F. Demonstrator,
Madison and Haywood Counties was
a pleasant visitor at the office of the
Agent Chicago Defender, Wednesday.
Dr. S. S. Powell "went over the top
In a lecture to the student body at
the Fayette County Institute. Dr.
J. W. Wilson also made a good talk
on Surgery on the same date and
with the presence of Beveral distin
gnished visitors, namely among
them: Rev. A. P. Gray, D. D. and
Rev. E. S. Rose of the Shelbyville
District, Dr. W. H. Young, Dr. J. H.
Smith of the North Nashville Dis
trict, Dr. B. F. Davis, M. D., of Co
lumbia. These distinguished minis
ters gave splendid service during
their stay. Friday at 11 a. m.. Rev.
G. W. Harge of Mt. Pleasant was in
troduced as the speaker of the hour,
ho chose for a text, St. John, 16:33,
preached an extraordinary spiritual
theme, "Tribulation." The reverend
delivered forceful and logical sermon,
such as is seldom delivered by the
foremost ministers of the lead'""?
churches of this country and the
prayer following this wonderful dis
course led by Dr. J. H. Smith of St.
John A. M. E. Ch., Nashville, deep,
strong and eloquent moved the whole
congregation to tears and praise. On
Friday afternoon with Mrs. A. M.
Russell in the chair, the sisters of
the W. H. and F. M. Society held a
very profitable missionary meeting,
In this meeting, Dr. J. C. Caldwell
Secretary and Treasurer of the' A.
C. E. League, Nashville, was intro
duced. He congratulated the women
upon their splendid work. He de
livered for us one of the most hope
ful, logical and inspiring addresses
that we have ever listened to. We
shall never forget some of the beauti
ful mental pictures that he painted
upon the canvass of our minds. Dr.
Caldwell asked the brethren to see
to it that an A. C. E. League be or
ganized in this church. The Mis
sionary Convention of the Columbia
District will convene In Lynvllle,
Tenn., August 21, 1918. Mrs. A. M
Russell, District President, Dr. I. J
Edwards, P. E., Rev. W. M. Riggins
pastor. Sunday morning, July 21st
inst., the Sunday school was given a
grand lecture by the Presiding elder,
subject, "The Lateness of the Hour."
The sermons preached by the Pre
siding Elder, Dr. C. H. Boone, Rev.
W. H. Adams and Rev. B. A. Boley
were grand. Two persons accepted
Christ and united with the church.
All reports were excellent and
showed marked improvement. Dr.
Edwards who is serving his fourth
year as Presiding Elder of the Co
lumbia District seemed throughout
at his best and joined the multitude
in saying this was the best confer
ence during his administration. Rev.
B. A. Boley with his good people
spared no pains in entertaining Dis
trict Conference. They know how
Mrs. Fred Myles, Mrs. Mary Collins
and daughter, Miss Lula Collins of
Chicago, 111 came here last week and
deposited the body of the eldest daugh
ter, Miss Ellen, who died at her home
in Chicago. Mi3s Ellen was much
loved in Lebanon, her funeral was
nveached at Pickett Chapel M. E.
Church by the pastor, Rev. T. W.j
Johnson. Mrs. Fred Myles and father
Mr. Henry Myles left today' for Chicago
where Mr. Myles wil spend some time
with his children. Mr. and Mrs, Fred
Myles. Miss Bessie Johnson is visit
ing her brother, Mr. Charlie Johnson,
of Nashville. Mr. John Keith spent
Monday in Nashville. Mr. Robert
Dickerson of East Nashville spent
Sunday in Lebanon with friends. Mr.
Dickerson's friends spared no pains
in making his visit a pleasant one.
Mrs. Catherina McClain has been
visiting her son Mr. John McClain of
Nashville. Mrs. L. D. Keith nas
onened her school at Cooksville. Tenn
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Officer will leave
in a short while for Rock Island, III.,
where they will visit his father, Mr.
Charles Officer. Miss Dollie Bolton
of Nashville was with home folks this
week. Mr. Cleveland McKee of Nash
ville was visiting his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. Charley McKee, last week,
Little Andrew J. and Margarett E. An
derson viBited little Miss Novella
Hodge of Carthage last week. Miss
Birdie P. Landis is reported better at
this writing. Miss Alberta Drake and
little sister Sarah have returned home
from Nashville after visiting their
aunt, Mrs. Sallle Gordon. Mrs. A.
L. Anderson is very sick at this writ
ing. Mr. Will Chambers a young man
of this place died Sunday night. On
Sunday night, July 28, 1918 as the
clock tolled eleven, the death angel
came into the beautiful home of Mrs.
Ellen Jackson and took from her her
dear beloved husband, Mr. Ed Jack
son, beautiful was the life of Mr.
Jackson, who walked in the path of
holiness. His funeral was preached
Monday evening at two o'clock at
the Holy Mission, by Rev. O. D. Henry.
We all have to bow to the will of
the Lora and say His will he done,
but we do hate bo bad that you have
to leave us. but we wil see you again.
The Ten Queens and Kings Rally also
conslstin gof one Princess and Prince
in Picketts Chapel M. E. Church Sun
dav. July 28, 1918. Rev. Tho. W,
Johnson, pastor. No. 1 Miss Laura
Bostic. Queen Rev. I. M. Seay, King,
$32.11. No. 2. Mrs. Bertha Beach,
Queen, Dr. W. H. Ballard, King,
$30.0G. No. 3. Mrs. Sallie Seay, Queen,
Mr. Ed Anderson, King, $51.50. No.
4. Mrs. Alberta Ward, Queen, Mr.
Jas McGregor, King, $73.00. No. 5.
Mrs. Nannie McGregor, Queen, Mr,
William Holland. King, $38.42. No.
6. Mrs. Nettle Robertson, Queen, Mr,
Church Jones, King, $50.00. No. 7,
Mrs. Mamie Hempson, Queen, Dr. W.
A. Thompson, King, $40.00. No. 8
Mrs. L. J. Gordan, Queen, Mr. Peter
Bailey, King, $36.73. No. 9. Mrs. Mag'
Ark., with his father, Master Frank
Clark is now at home. Miss Ludie
Neal Carey of Worthom, settlement
visited the Misses Searcys Monday
afternoon. LiUle Kolah Davis visit
ed relatives near Jackson last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Odie Searcy and charm- j
ing little daughter OdeTI spent sever-1
al days In Memphis, visiting his j
nuither. Mrs. Adeaner Glass and son
who have been visiting In Ark., and
Omaha, Neb., arrived here Monday
afternoon. Mrs. Mattie Clark is some
better at this time. Misses Bessie
13. Mary S. Searcy and Ludie N. Carey
visited 'the school Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Anderson attended teachers
meeting in Alamo Saturday. The can
ning Demonstrator agent was here
Monday in the home of Mrs. McGathie
Messrs David Jennett, Louis Mc
Gathie and Mike Partee, spent Satur
day and Sunday here with friends
and relatives. Mrs. Ossie Reams,
Miss Bessie B. Searcy, Mr. John Evans
Marvin Mitchell. Miss Mary Scott
Searcy, Robert Harris of Halls visit
ed Misses Ludie Neal, Cary Lettle
Jaine3, Wednesday night in Worthom
Settlement, the Misses Searcy render
ed several selections. Rev. W. M.
Sanders lectured at Bells Chapel
Wednesday night after the lecture
cream was served in the K. P. Hall.
Dr. L. D. Thomas of Alamo, spent a
few hours here Monday afternoon en
route to Nashville to attned the grand
lodge. Prof. T. E. Roberson of Eaton,
Tenn., visited the school building,
Monday and made a nice lecture to
the children. Mrs. Ben Cole is con
fined to her room with chills, her many
friends hope for her a speedy re
covery, her mother, Mrs. Carter of
Brownsville is with her. Rev. Hunt
was at his post of duty Sunday. The
rally was a success. Somebody Is
blue guess who? Mr. Ossie Reaime.
Miss B. B. Searcy, Mr. John Evans,
Mary S. Searcy, accompained Rev. S.
C. Carey home Saturday night. Mrs.
Lucy Blade returned to McKinzey
Miland, lectured at Bells Chapel Sun
OVER THE PHONE.
By Earba T. Muirhead, Camp Taylor,
The Kaiser called the devil upon the
telephone one day.
The girl at Central listened to all he
had to say,
"Hello!" She heard the Kaiser's voice
Is old man Satan home?
Just tell him, this is Kaiser, Bill that
wants him on the phone.
The Devil said, "Hello" to Bill an Bill
said "How are you?"
I'm running here a hell on earth,' say
tell me what to do."
"What can I lo?" the Devil said, my
dear old Kaiser Bill.
If there's a thing that I win do to ! ners of the earth by cable and through
help you, 1 sure will, the newsppaers of this country, Presi
dent Wilson s iirm stand for law ana
order ranks with the finest of the
great state papers that have emanat
ed from the White House, and it has
electrified the entire country as it
ha3 seldom been thrilled before.
It will be remembered by those
familiar with the proceedings of the
conference at the New Interior De
partment Building that the full force
of the leaders who spoke was marshal
ed in opposition to the lynching, burn
ing and inhuman mob violence prac
ticed mainly against colored people
The Kaiser said. "Now listen and I
will try to tell you:
The way that I am running on earth,
a madern hell.
I've saver for this many years, and
I've started out to kill,
leaving there he was sent to camp That it wil be a modern job, you leave
Humphrey, Searcy received his dis- to Kaiser Bill,
charge on account of his physical body My army went through Belgium shoot
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was' well pleased with the camps. Dr. We tore up aller country, and blew
A. C. Jenrette is visiting his mother I P a'1 he"' towns,
in Georgia, after spending a month in ! My Zepps dropped bombs on cities kill
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SERT, HENRY WOODilUFF,
of Co. O, now on furlough, who was
detached from the Company, end
left to assist In training drafted
men In the camps.
And those the Zeppelins did't get,
were taken out and hung.
I started out for Paris with the aid
of poisonous gas,
The Belgians "darn em," stopped us,
and would not let us pass.
My submanles are devils, ' why you
should see them fight. -
They go sneaking through the sea, and
sink1 a ship at sight.
I was running things to suit myself
til a year or so ago,
When a man called Woodrow Wilson,
wrote me to go more slow.
He said to me, "Dear William, we
don't wan to make yo usore,
So, be sure to tell your U Boats to
sink our ships no more.
We have told you for the last time,
"So Bill" its up to you,
And if you do not stop it, you have
got to fight us too.
I did not listen to him, and he's com
ing after me.
With a bunch of "Negro" soldiers from
their home across the sea.
Now that's why I called you Satan,
I want advice from you.
I kaew that you would tell me, juBt
what I oufeht to do.
My Dear old KaiFer William there's
not much for me to tell,
For the "Negro Soldiers" will make
it hotter on earth than I can in hell.
I've been a mean old Devil, , but not
' half as mean as you,
And the minute I get you here I will
give my Job to you.
I'll be ready for your coming, I'll keep
the ores all bright,
And I'll have your room all ready
when the "Negroes" begin to fight,
For the boys in blue will get you. 1
have nothing more to tell.
Hang up the receiver, get your hat and
meet me here in hell.
Mrs. A. M. Tyree has returned from
Castallan Springs, where she Tisited
ber husband, mother and brother.
in various sections of the country,
and that this lack of respect for the
common rights of citizens was given
as the most potent cause for the un
rest among Negroes. This was the
underlying reason for bringing the
conference together from far distant
points. The proceedings of the Con
ference reached the President through
the Committee on Public Information
of which Mr.. George Creel is Chair
The President's message is a whole
some rebuke to ruthless violators of
the law, who almost Invariably think
they will be immune from punishment
by the courts or by an outraged pub
The colored people are Jubilant
over the timely and straightforward
pronouncement of the President of
the United States and that such an
utterance from the highest authority
in the land will cause a wave of pat
riotic enthusiasm among them and in
spire a keener impulse to assist In
the many constructive war activities
throughout the Republio can not he
Miss Bertha Lovelace of Montgom
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the city last week, the guest of Miss
Katie Boyd, 1623 Harding street. She
left the city for Chicago, where she
is to spend a part of her vacation,
going from their to the Business
League at Atlantic City. She is the
daughter of Mr. W. A. Lovelace, the
leading undertaker m Alabama.
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Mrs. L. W. Brown formerly Miss
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are here visiting their relatives and
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