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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1918.
loulsrille Man Says lungs Were
In Dreadful lonJition
Mr. Wilson Says Lung-Vita Is
the Greatest Medicine
in the Woild.
'1 had something like bronchial
pneumonia the latter part of Decem
ber. 1917, which left mv lungs in a
dreadful condition," savs Mr. S U
Wilson, who lives at 524 South Eight
eenth street, Louisville, Ky. Mr
Wilson is a well known street car
man of that city.
'I coughed so much I scarcely got
any rest at night. I was advised by
a friend to try Lung-Vita. I got a
bottle and after two or three doses
I began to improve. Now my cough
is almost entirely gone and 1 rest
wU at night. I do not know how
to xpress my thanks for what Luns
Vlta has done for me. It Is the great
est medicine In the woild."
Lung-Vita is sold by every dru?
ElBt in Nashville and in many of the
smrroanding towns, but if yours can
not supply you. write Nashville Med
icine Co., Nashville, Tenn. Adv
An appointment of much signifi
cance has just been announced this
weekwhen it was learned that the
Rev. Henry Allen Boyd, was appoint
ed as a member of a Committee of 35
to represent the Negroes on the Ex
ecutive Committee of the Southeast
ern Division whose Headquarters are
in Atlanta, Ga. There are to be 35
Negroes from the various sections of
the Southeastern States to meet with
the United War Work Effort In its
oampalgn to raise $170,500,000.00
Mr. Boyd was notified immediately
upon his return- from St. Louis, of
his appointment, the notice coming
from the Associate Executive Secre
tary, Mr. M. W. Reddick, who is also
the chairman of the Georgia Commit
tee. Mr. Boyd stated that he was
very busy but that he would lay aside
some of his many duties in helping
to see that the Campaign is a success,
because it takes in a great deal of
charitable work that will mean much
toward winning the war.
MEHARRY OPENS OCT. 1. 1918.
On Information received from the
Surgeon General, it has been found
necessary to change the date of open
ing of Meharry Dental College from
October 8th to Octoher 1st.
The College will be under military
eontrol and board, room' and tuition
will be free, and all students as far
as possible must room and board on
or near the college grounds. Bring
a blanket, sheets and a pillow.
Please give publicity to this notice.
G. W. Hubbard, President.
Sept 19th, 1918.
DEATH OF MR. CHAS.
The Death Angel visited the honn
of Mr. and Mrs. John Wagoner of
Providence and took their son,
CharleB. Mr. Wagner hal ben ill
only a few days and his death was
a shock to his many friends. This
yonng man was a Christian and a
dutiful, loving son to his paren:s
The funeral wa held Tuesla at 2
p. m., from the Lake Providence Bap
tist Church. The many friends of
the bereaved family extend their
' A LETTER FROM FRANCE.
Mrs. George Davis, wife of Firsts
Sergeant Leftwich Davis, received
a letter from him "somewhere in
France," stating that he ha l a safe
trip over sea and was doing well
Sergeant Davis likeB it "over there"
and says the Negro soldiers are
very kindly received and well treat,
ed. He asks for the prayers of the
home folks for the success of out
toys "over there."
Sergeant Davis informs his wife
that he expects to be home bv spring
aa he thinks there will be no more
Hns to chase by that time His
many friends are much pleased with
his splendid record and hope for his
NEGRO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
In order that the citizens mav be
come more familiar with the voln t
upon our shelves, a Reading Circ'e s
to be one of the features of the year.
There will be lectures, readings and
round tablo meetings of interest to
all classes, professions and trades.
This is to be known as the Goncral
Circle. There will be specillc circle
forming groups of special interest in
their chosen field. For example I be
first specific circle will be Social
Workers Circle which will meet just
a half hour beforo the Cltv Federa
tion. The first merlins will be Sept.
7, at 2; 30 p. m. All persons Inter-e-ited
In social snrv-iee nro nnrrtiniiu
Invited to come and .hear about such
books upon -our shelves as Divines
Visiting Among the Poor, Jane
At! u m"r. Hull Hituo. Rles. How the
other half Jives, etc. The first Gen
era' Circle will met Sept 3. Sunday
at E o'clock the Rev. Mr. Ellington
wii! unonk on "Tci Colored Soldier
ait. the Present War." Rv. Mr. TC1
lir.f icn has visited sever.!! .riton
ments and will tell of his visits, The
public in general is cordially invited.
; HONOR ROLL.
Cleo Ovorby, Lizzie D. Young, Car
rie B. Bell, Annie M. Moore, Elolse
. Lowe, Fannette Shackleford, Mary
Battle and Price Ervln.
1ST rOIAIOB FIGHT
They Save 'Wheat.
wfton. you eat rotatoes
1 . i 7"
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IS OUT OF TOWN NOTES jffl
Last week was quite a busy week
in our town. Our men, both black
and white, were rushing to the otlice
to register, all lrom the ac;es of 13
to 43. We are very glad indeed to
learn that every one tried to
charge their duty and showed
they were very patriotic. This act !
shows that they are anxious that the j
old color shall always hang out tied. ,
White and Blue. The C.ran.l Lodge
Oi the Mutual Aid Association has
lust cloeJ their grand lodue session
at this place. They had a grand tin e
and were well entertained. Mrs.
Mary Parker, Mrs Jennie Wooten and
Miss Paralee M cGb.ee and Mrs. Fran
cis Turk spared no pains In filling
the place of the Committee on Food.
All present were well fed.
Gupton, of Giles County, who is a I
loyal member of this order, preached j
a noble sermon on Thursday nlshl
and on Friday night a grand mass
meeting was held at tho Baptist
church, conducted by the lodge and
sisters. Mr. L. N. While of Louis
ville, Ky., was the first speaker, fol
lowed by Revs. Gupton and Ransaw,
the Moses, and Itev. A. E. Martin.
Mr. Ceorge Tolly said that Rev. Ran
saw Is the right man in the right
place. All present at this great
lodge gathering enjoyed the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Garrett of De
son were present at this session. Mr.
Bate of Farmington was present at
this grand meeting. Rev. J. B.
Marchband says, come a.ealn, Brother
Bate. Brothe.- Samuel Scott was a
live wire at the Baptist church Sun
day. He was accompanied by Mr.
Henson of Shelbyville. Mr. Jim
Vance of Mt. Zion was with us Sun
day. Mr. Ben Darrell of Camp Meade
is at home on a 3 days' furlough.
He will return Sunday night accom
panied by Mrs. Jane Davis, who goes
to Washington to visit her husband,
Pate Davis. Rev. Wm. Jenkins
preached to a nice congregation last
Sunday night 'from Isaiah 38:1. Mrs.
Maggie Phillips and son are in Mur
freesboro visiting her husband. Mlt-s
Paraloe McGhee Is on the sick list
this week. Mrs. Emma Colston is
i i Nashville visiting the State Fair.
McKinley WInton is home on a visit
to his mother this weik. Miss Esther
Duncan came in Friday from Man
chester. Miss Pauline. Smith left
Monday to enter Turner Normal Col
lege at Shelbyville. She was accom
panied by her mother, Mrs. Annie
Mai Shelton. Mrs. A- Baker of Bel
vedere was the guest or her daugh
ter, Mrs. Dixon, last week. Mrs. Fan
nie Dixon, who has been here visit
ing the 'Mutual Aid Association, has
returned to Fayetteville. Mr. Charlie
Murphy has accepted work with the
N. C. and St. L. Mrs. Annie Culley
is making large preparations to t;o
to the "Windy City" where she will
spend the winter. Mrs. Leana Car
thewan is In Naehvllle this week vis
iting the State Fair. Mrs. Josle Can
non left Monday for Chattanoo.ca to
spend the winter. Mrs. Mattie No?h
has joined the Globe family. She said
that she wants the Globe always.
Mrs. Katie Mazie, who fell a few
days ago and sprained her ankle, is
able to be up again. Mrs. Mollle
Cooper has given up housekeeping
and is planning to board on At
lantic street. She has leased . her
home to Mr. and Mrs. Stone. Mr.
Frank Tunk is pulling the lines across
old Beck now. The work or fight law
Is making the boys stand around now.
Mrs. Carlee Nelson entertained at
her home on Washington street In
honor of an obedient soldier In the
person of Mr. Ben Harrison Darrell,
who was home for a few days on a
furlough visiting his family, relatives
and many friends. The entertainment
was one of great interest. Many
patriotic talks were made by those
present, who were Magnolia Whitta
ker, Mrs. 1. B. Farris, Mrs. Cardelia
Shaw, Mrs. Bettle Hunt. Mrs. Lizzie
Edniondson, Mr. Herbert Hunt, Col
man Scott, also our dear brother, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lels of Chica
go have moved to Shelbyville. Thai
are relatives of Mrs. Angeline Myers
and will live with her. Mrs. Johnle
Bell of Nashville is here on a short
visit. News has reached here tbat
her husband, Mr. Willie Bell, has ar
rived safe over seas. Mrs. Ellen
Whitesides will close her school un
til alter cotton picking. About all
the schools closed Thursday to come
to the circus. The parents' league
under the inspiring leuilrslilp of Mrp
Tennie Scales realized a handsome
sum from their tabk- on circus day.
The fame will bo paid on the piano.
Over twenty-five dollars has ' been
raised sinpo s'hool opened. The
opening at Turner wasatisfactory to
all concerned. The exercises at night
had a select audience. , Addresses
wore made by Dr. Bias, Prof. Mc
Adams, Dr. Randolph, Mr. W. H.
Goslinc-, W. H. Campbell, Dr. F. W.
Gardner, Dr. A. P. Gray, Dr. W. R
Smith and President Allen. Presi
dent Alien s remarks were very in
spiring. He Impresses one as having
business .ideas.. His being a practi
cal school man should be a potential
factor In making the school a suc
cess. The many improvements mud
In the building show clearly that a
master hand Is around. If Pres'dont
Allen has the proper co-operation.
his- administration will be a success
Mrs. Emma Cartwright entertained
at tea a limited number of friends
at her beautiful residence last Tues
day evening. The table was beauti
fully decorated with ferns and citl
Powors. Those seated at the' table
were Prof. Allen, president of Turner,
Dr. J. E. Randolph, Miss Joanna Mc
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Camp
bell and Mr. Wilson Campbell. A
delirious four course menu was
served and the guests expressed to
their hostess the thought that they
had enjoyed themselves to the high
est degree. Mrs. Clarissa Burt died
Tuesday. The following notes wore
handed from Mt. Zlon: Mt. Zion
Church is still alive and in spite of
the fact that several of our active
members have fallen out, every
branch of the church is in splendid
operation, and we have reaped a
glorious . harvest. The Sabbath
school Is ' doing excellent work. On
September 8th, the' Sunda school
raised eighteen dollars as t, donation
on our pastor's trip to the conven
tion in St. Louis. He brought us a
message that v.o were eagerly awaiting-
Just here we want to commend
Hev. Gooch on his splendid qualifica
tions as a leader. He has our best
w ishes and hearty support. We ore
prou I of him. The Sunday srhol
asks the co-operation of the parent
Mr. Robert Dysart
Kay is secretary
Is the eflir'ent
Mrs. Ella Watkins is on the sick
list this week. Wo hope she will es
c.ipethe fever. The other sick peo
ple at this place seem to be itnprov
ing. Mr. Pompy Shaw left this morn
ing tor St. Louis. Mo., after spending
some time with home folks. Mrs.
Thomas Parker from Odonier Bend
near Gallatin is the week end guest
of Mrs. Leslie Parker her sistcr-in-
law. Mr. Aaron Turner and several
other young men from near Cross
Plains were in our'midst Sunday. We
certainly enjoyed having them with
us. Sunday School seems to be a lit
Mrs. J. P. Fitzpatrick, Principal of
Waco School, together with her assis
tant. Miss R. A. Estes, accompanied
two wagon loads of their pupils to
Pulaski, Tenn., on the 11th Inst, to
hear the famous orator, Col. Roscoo
C. Simmons. The wagons were deco
rated in the National Colors and car
ried flags and a school banner. Their
school excelled all others of the
County. Miss Estes left for her home
in Columbia for an indefinite stay as
the attendance is now below the av
erage for an assistant. Claud Ur
sery shot and fatally wounded B.
Davis, Sunday, 15th. Both were good
friends and having spent the previous
night together, but through careless
handling of a shot gun the accident
happened. He was burled today. Mr.
R. E. Clay of Bristol, Tenn., visited
Waco last Wednesday and Thursday
as Rural School Agent. He spoke to a
large crowd Thursday night. A new
school board was organized with Mr.
Simmie Rutledge, President and Mrs.
J. P. Fitzpatrick, as Secretary. Mes
srs. R. W. Waldrop and R. H. Witt
(both white) were present. One hun
dred seventy-five dollars were sub
scribed, Mr. R. H. Witt giving J10.00.
A big School Rally is being arrang
ed for Sept. 19th. We are expecting
to have with us, State Supervisor of
Rural Schools, Prof. S. L. Smith, R.
E. Clay and others. Everything is be
ing done to erect a new school house
at Waco. Rev. Wm. Riggins preach
ed a wonderful sermon Sunday and
has now opened a revival at Waco.
He will be assisted by the pastor of
Our beloved pastor, Rev. Hawkins,
has closed his two weeks' revival
with a good success. Rev. Young
spent several days in our town as
sisting Rev. Hawkins in his meeting.
Mrs. W. V. Hawkins has been In
town visiting. Mr. Luke Taylor, Mr.
Kmanuel Ashley of Dayton, Ohio, are
here visiting relatives and friends.
Mrs. Sarah Wells and Mrs. Ada
Scruggs spent Sunday in the country
Mrs. Maggie SmallinKS is on the sick
list. . . Miss, Annie Davis and Rev
Wooden of Alabama were united in
the holy bonds of matrimony at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neil
Quite a number of friends and rela
tives were present Miss Nell is a
nember of the Court of Calanthe also
Eastern Star. These two orders cer
tainly do regret to give her up. She
has been a faithful member and is
loved by all. She was always reidy
and willing to do her part. We must
say here that Rev. Wooden has taken
one of the best ladies of our town.
She Is also a good church worker, al
ways at her post. Rev. Wooden came
to our town several years ago. He
has always proved a true preacher ot
the gospel and has many friends
here. Rev. Hawkins united this
couple. We hope for ibnm a loni;
and happy li e. They will make their
home in South Pittsburg. Mrs. Law
rente returned Monday ifrom Wyom
ing,' where she has spent the sum
mer. She and her son Ernest, Law
rence, Jr., left for Nashville Friday
afternoon. Mrs. Eddie Burk and
Katherine .Scruggs are preparing to
enter State Normal.
Mrs. C. O. Hunter will leave the
first of next week to enter her oldest
daughter, Miss Hermlne, in Fish
University. Miss Hermlne Is one of1
the most popular girls In the city
school among both pupils and teach
ers, and was greatly admired by the
older people for her lovable disposi
tion and most phasing manner.
Though youm? Bhe had proven herself
to be quite useful. She is assistant
organist at St. Paul A. M. E. Church,
also secretary for the Sabbath school.
With the many advantages of Fisk
for one so capable and with an un
usual musical talent. her' manv
friends , predict for her a brigh' fu
ture. Rev. W. H. Ogleton of Nash
ville was mingling among his many
friends for a few days last week
Mrs. Maggie Caruthers of Nashville
spent the week-end hero with rela
tives nnd friends. Mrs. Cornelia Gor
don has returned from Chicago.
whre she has spent some time with
her daughter, Mrs. Peter Nelson.
Mrs. uenm uaions or St. Louis ar
rived last Sunday morning. She
was called to the bedside of her
sick mother, .Mrs. Sue Ewlng. Mr.
John Tucker, who lias been quite sick.
Is some better at this writing. The
following city school "worms" have
returned after spendln? their vacation
in other c'tles. Miss Cora Tyler from
Boston, Miss CQrlne Kennedy from
Detroit and Miss Novella Brown from
Chicago. Miss Fannie May Hood has
besun work as teacher of the Blue
Spring school, taking the place of
Mjss Ada May Gordon, who resigned
to accept a position ' In the city
school. Miss Lottie Gordon left Sep
tember 16th for Knoxville College.
She was accompanied by Miss Han
nah Henderson of Springfield, who
has been her house guest for two
weeks. IThey wf re Joined In , Nasb
vllle by other college chums. Mr hope that she may live long to con
Walter Waddell of Tuscumbla, Ala., tinue her noble work in which she is
who has been the guest of his engaged. Mrs. Ida Stegall of 2829
mother, Mrs. Houston Miller.'left for Rine Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio was
his hon.e the first of the week. He here a few days ago. She was called
will enter Talladega College Sept. , to the bed side of her sister, Miss Es-
22nd at Talladega, -Ala. Mr. Will
Tucker of Memphis was here tor a i
day last week to visit his mother
Mrs. Alice Hammons, and his broth
er, Mr. John Tucker, wbo is sick at
his home on Eighth street Mrs. Gol
den Drain has returned t) her ho:ne
in Chicago alter , a visit to her pa-
rents, Kev. and Mrs. G. W. Perry,, ' nie Wright of Winchester is here vis
iter s-ster, Miss Nannie, accompanied ' iting relatives and friends. Mr. Alton
her. The following represented Co
lumbia at the Fair in Pulaski list
we ok and heard Hon. lloicoe Sim
mons speak: Profs. J. W. Johnson. A
.1 Armstrong, Dr. Tl. F. Davis, Rev.
Baicy. Messrs. Albert Wright, See
Ions iilair, Ed. ar Mayes. W. U. Mor
rcll and Hugh Merrill.iJr. They re
port a most .enjoyable time.
MT. STERLING (KY.).
Mr. Charles Overstreet of Colum
bus. Ohio, is the guest of his mother
.Mrs. Judy Overstreet, on Douglass
strcpt Mr. Roger .Wilson an I M'ss
Jes.-ie Bundant were quietly marriel
Thursday evening, September 13th, nt
Itev. Jones'. Mr. Galvester ,Kid.l of
this city and Miss Johnson o Ver
sailles, Ky were married nt the
home of the brido Monday evening,
September 9th Mr. Richard White
of Cincinnati, "Ohio, is the gues of
his pare.its, Mr. and Mrs Dave Wh t?
Miss Claudie Settle has riturnol
home from visiting har si ter, Mrs
Fuller, in McGuffln, O.
A grand rally and basket dinner
was held at the Mt. Lebanon Baptist
Church for the purpose of painting
the church. Rev. I. W. Easley preach
ed the Introductory sermon. More ;
than fifty dollars' was raised. Mrs. I
R. E. Hunt was at College Grove last
ttecK. Kev. w. H. (jrensnaw wenti.
to Spring Hill Sunday to hold quai-I
terly conference. Revs. Scott Clay
borne and Will Moore went to Klrk
man .Mission Sunday night to hold
Mrs. Harvey Huntson and her sis
ter, Miss Mary L. Pulce, spent Wed
nesday at her home. Mrs. Janle
Weber of Nashville was the guest ot
Mrs. J. Anderson Thursday and was
entertained with . a dinner. Mrs.
Henry Hudson spent two weeks in
Lawrenceburg. She was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Allen.
Rev. B. C. Frlerson, of Columbia, con
ducted a successful revival for Rev.
J. G. Stanfort last week. Those who
l. ... I. U 1 u
bun-bed qundav at 1 n m Mrs
turned from Missouri. Mrs. Zeller B.
Hudson Is a delighted reader of the
Globe; She is a subscriber. Mr.
Lonnie Tucker Is also a friend of tho
Globe and a subscriber. Mr. Frank
u'im.m. i t.mo f. j.
furlough from New York. He made !
an adJress Sunday night at the A.
M. E Church. Dr. Prances- made a
business trip to 'Mt. Pleasant Thurs
Rev. Albert Bedford passed through
our city en route to the Primitive
Baptist Association which convened
at Belleville, Saturday, Sept. 14th.
Rev. Bedford preached an able ser
mon at Josophus Chapel Primitive
Baptist Church last Friday night.
Rev. Bedford Is one of the ablest
ministers of his denomination. He
held his audience spell bound for
about one hour.' His text was "The
Elect Lady." The speaker handled
his subject like a tornado handles a
forest. We hope that he may live
long and be able to preach such
wholesome sermons to the unbeliev
ers of Christ. Mrs. Mary Pamplin
Suggs of Chattanooga Is hero. She
was called to tho bedside of her
mother, Mrs. Lizzie Pamplin who Is
very 111 at this writing. Mrs. Suggs
was reared In FayetteviUe and before
her marriage was one of Lincoln
County's ablest teachers. She was
trained In the school room by the
wizard of the school room. Prof. G.
T. Hall, better known among his pu
pils as old man Hall. The old man
Hall has been teaching in Lincoln
County for twenty-five consecutive
years. During that timo he has giv
en to Lincoln County twenty-six
State teachers. The majority of
them are active. Mr. John Long Is
very ill at this writing. Wo hope
he may recover. Prof. C. M. Summer
ford is still very 111. The Primitive
Baptist Association at Belleville was
a success. Many able divines of tneir
denomination aflilliated In their
meeting. Rev. A. Bedtord of Mur-
freesboro, Rev. Blackman of Nash- aay and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Les
ville; R. A. Siler, of Winchester and I ler Malone, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Farris
Rev. Bostlck were some of the Promi
nent preachers present. There were
a host of other ministers present,
space will not allow us to mention
them. Neals Temple C. P. Cnurcn
closed their rally, on last Sunday
night. Brother Robert Movie led all
of the clubs- In raising money. The,
clubs reported as follows: Club- No.
1 Rosco Bryson, Capt. ?56.00; No.
2, Burt Gustus, Capt. $52.11; No. 8.
blank; No. 4, Robert Moore, Capti
$64.64. TfHal $172.11.' Rev. Bishop
and his colleagues did splendid work
considering the short time they had
to work. Each captain was on to
his job. Mr. Hermon B'arber ot
Cleveland, Ohio is here visiting
friends and relatives. Mr. Barber
has a prominent position In Cleve
land. He was reared in FayetteviUe.
We bid him many welcomes back to
his old home. Miss Bessie Baker was
in town Saturday. Miss Baker Is one -of
Lincoln County's ablest teachers.
Mrs, Narcls Thomison Is still on the
sick list. We hope her a speedy re
covery. Mr. N. M. Rhanie of Camden
was In towu Sunday visiting his
mother. Mrs. Charlotte Lay, 410 N.
Maple street. Mr. Rhanie also at
tended the Primitive BaptiBt Asso
ciation at Belleville and reported a
grand time. Miss James Willis Bea
vers left last week for the Dominion
of Canada. She has been residing
with her grand mother, Mrs. Mollle
Ston'ebraker. Mrs. Manerva Brady
is on the sick list this week. Miss
Ethel Mayo of Oklahoma is here. She
is the guest of her grand mother.
Mrs. Alice Taylor. Prof. C. D.. Bright
Is still on the sick list. We hope to
see him out soon. Mrs. C. B. Thomas
of Washington, D. C, lectured at St.
Paul A. M. E. Church on last Sunday
evening. Mrs. Thomas Is of the Ne
gro race. She Is eloquent as a histo
rian she Btands second to none. She
put a special stress on narcotic naD
Its and deadly evils of unnecessary
use ot tobacco and its attributes. We
tella Blake who is very ill at this
writing. Her stay here was very short
She was called back to Cleveland on
the account of a sudden illness of her
husband, Mr. J. W. Stegall. She left
Monday by way of Chattanooga. We
met our old friend Rev. Jenkins of
Tullahoma a few days ago. Mrs. An-
Sherrill left last Monday for Camden
and will visit Paducah, Ky., before
he returns. Mr. Joe Akins has pur
chased a beautiful house and lot at
437 W. Maple street. Mrs. Katie
Bryson has returned from a very ex
tended touT which we failed to speak
:of in our last. She, visited Chicago
Buffalo, N. Y Milwaukee, and other
! leading cities in the North which we
will mention after wo meet her. Mrs.
, Bryson has been gone tor quite a
while. She reports a splendid time.
!A Patriotic Mass Meeting in. Nash-'j
ville at the Y. M. u. A. nuuuing sun
day, Sept. 22, at 4 p. m. You who are
from here visiting the State Fair will
do well to call at the Y, M. C. A.
building. Live five minute speeches
bv the following official war heads:
W.' J. Hale, A. N. Johnson, J. C.Na
Hpier, Dr. Mattie H. Coleman. Come
and heln make resolutions under au
spices of International Alliance. Dr.
J. H. Smith, pastor of St. John Church .
master of ceremonies.
Every one is sorry to read of the
' illness of our Editor We hope he may
be spared to us. He and family have
our deepest sympathy.- May the God
of heaven comfort them. Hon. Sim
mons spoke to a large crowd In Hall's
; Park, Pulaski, Wednesday. Mrs. M.
K. Buford and a number of her Red
Cross members went to be present
...,u , t,i,oi vuhni mnthor nf
.,.,,, ,.nm Gile3 counts to
lose his life In , this great war; for
some reason the presentation was
neglected, very much to the regret
of Hon. Simmons who met the moth
er after the speaking. The Red
Cross of the eastern part of the 13th
district is a voluntary society organ
ized by Mrs. Buford in Juno through
the authority of Mrs. J. C.- Rhea,
white chairman. The majority of the
colored have worked earnestly tor
the cause; among the number is the
mother and family of the dead soldiep,
George Nichols. We were here doing
out bit, while he was there doing all
giving his life for the cause. We
bow in humble submission and say,
"Peace be to his ashes," for he died
a noble death. The Volunteer Red
Cross gave a picnic on Mrs. Buford 8
ont lawn- last hturday beginning
3:30 p. m . ball games, j ump ing
swinging and other games were the
f? turef of amusement. Many com-
Pmenta were passed on the eatables
which were bountiful. At a late hour
in the night the large crowd dispers-
e ,ef P"f "? themselves as having
nau a UIK UIIIO. xuu ouau uu. v
the financial success lataer.. Private
Ed. Harwell of Camp Meade was on
his furlough, to visit home folks. He
was looking the picture of health.
Mr. Norman Martin continues, ill at
the home of his brother Mr. Monroe
Martin. Miss Cleo Evans of Scovel
street Nashville, was the recent
house guest of Mrs. M. K. Buford.
Prof. J. B. Batte ot Nashville visited
his old' home, Pulaski, recently. Sev
eral friends from, here greeted him
.there on Saturday, September 8th.
Mr. and Mr3. Blaine Rills returned
from Louisville, Ky., last week. Mrs.
Marian Jones and son of Franklin are
visiting relatives here. The County
Fair begins Thursday. Schools are
rapidly decreasing, as king cotton,
sorghum, etc., are loudly calling.
Mrs. Nelson and three children of
sister, Mrs. M. C. Buford. You missed
Prospect were week end guests of her
a treat if yeu failed to hear Col. Sim
Miss Tonimle Prince has returned
from a momn's visit. 4ne viBiteu
n-ieuds iu Louisville, Indianapolis anu
Ciuwigo. While in. Chicago Bhe was
the guest of Mrs. Matue Tflomas
vvUu gave her a round lime of pleas
ure JTom hero she went to Cleve
land, Uiiuo, lo visit her brotuer anil
wile, Mr. and i-Mrs. John H. Prince oi
23ui Jast 103rd Street. While in
uevelaud she was highly entertained.
Sunday was" a great day ait Seay's
Chapel M. E. Church. Kev. S. M.
Carmichael, pastor, preach an inspir
ing sermon to a largo congregation.
The fair was a great success on Frl-
of St. Louis, Mo. are with relatives
here. Mrs. Mable Preston and little
son. Melvln Rhea, .Mrs. Avadft Phil
lips of Indianapolis, Ind., are with
relatives here. Mr. Cicero Preston
has returned to Indianapolis, Ind., af
ter spending vacation with, his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Preston
Mrs. Lizzie Moore is In Indianapolis,
Ind. Miss Virginia Robinson of Nash
ville is the guest of Miss Sadie Tubbs
and Henrietta Gordon. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Belcher and guest motored
through Friday. Mr. Hershel Wil
liams, who has been a faithful super
intendent for several years at Seay's
Chapel iM. E. Church ils. now station
ed at camps in Ohio. iMisa Young
of McMinnville, who is teaching
.school at Liberty spent the week-end
with Miss Mildred Burks. Mr. Ollte
Hearn has returned to Lawrenceville
111., after spending a few days with
his grandparents accompanied by his
brother, Belle Hearn. Mr. W. R.
The public vchool opened Monday
September 9th, with 'Its usual large
enrollment. Both departments ot
the school were assembed together
and the exercises were appropriate.
After the general opening the school
was addrewed by Rev. A. J. Russell
who made many timely remarks, his
whole talk was characterized by
words of Instruction which were high
ly appreciated by pupils and faculty.
After a patriotic melody the grades
were assembled ,in their - respective
rooms for classlficat'on. Rev. T.'W.
Hnmntnn, the supervisor of the
and I. State Normar who has spent
the summer working very hard in the
interest of the school in many towns
of Tennessee, is now bavin a few
weeks vaoafin that, he will spend
on a trln. rS left' this morning: for
Ohio, will I w5t Cincinnati, Dayton,
Wilberforce and Louisville, Ky, In
cluding all the camps that intervene.
Kev. U. P. Woodsou has returned
from his trip to St. Louis where he
attended the National Baptist Con
vention. He reports having had a
splendid sess on. September 47th the
Drama, "Young Doctor Devine,",
patriotic play will be rendered at
Qulnn Chapel A. M. E. Chnrch for the
benefit of the church. Mrs. A. J.
Hamilton. Director: Mrs. Sneed, as
sistant. Mrs. Charles Critchfield who
has beeh confined to her room witn
a severe illness for several months
died Sunday 12 noon.1 Her funeral
was from Qulnn Chapel Tuesday, 2:30i
The remains were Interred at Maple-
wood Cemetery. She leaves a hus-
band, Mr. Chas. Crutchfleld, an adopt
ed son and a host of friend to mourn
rer loss. She Vved a- beatuiful quiet
life and 'was a consistent Christian.
We are glad to note that Mr. Robart
Bridges, who has been quite 111 for
the1 last" three weeks. Is some better.:
Mrs. JStollie Jones has been 111 for.
th'e last few days. She Is reporter!
better. The rally at Mt. Zlon Bap-
tfct Church lasl Sunday was quit a
success. I ne neat sum or moije man
$500.00 was realized.
Mrs. L. M. Davis of 1021 10th av-
nne. North, who left fi cltv o- the
15th of Aumist for tfoi' to visit
her hiissbanl, reports a pleasant s'a".
Mra Divt vUiteil her son Mi Fd-
(11e Winchester .), wa, station"1 at
Camp Custer. Batt'e Creek. Mich.,,
h'lt has later been tra-'sferred tr
Camp Grnt, Rockford, Tll. Mr. an '
Vrs. Davis spent tho dnv with the r
son at Camp Grai' Satu-rtny. Mr
Davis returned t Detroit Sundv bn'
Mrs. Davis will remain in r'hchn
seve-al days as th' g "es' of M s
W. L. Crawford and Mrs. K. D I
Hammoids of 3749 .Wahish avenue I
After her stay In the "Windv Citv" j
Mrs. Davis will fpirn to DetroP.
CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL, LOUI3
Central Colored High School of
Louisville. Ky., has bright -rose t
for a great foot ball team this fall.
While the team will. no be as hravy
as last season and seasons pist, yet
a fast light team Is expected. Pre
liminary work h's a!rndv begun and
In a few dys the coaches hope to
have the hovs down to real work.
Central's schedule Is not compile
as yet and there are still pome onou
dates at home and awav. Managers
of high school, college and club
teams should write at once for op-m
MANAGER JAMES A BOND,
Central Colored High School. 9th and
Chestnut streets, Louisville, Ky.
MEHARRY NEWS. ;
Drs. W. P. Sanders and J. C. John-,
son both of Birmingham, Ala., with
their wives, reached their home safe
and sound after motoring through from
this city While here the doctors re
ceived many social courtesies. hTe
Rock City Academy of Medicine paid
their respects to the distinguished
party from The Magic City. Meharry
telt honored In having these success-:
ful sons and their wives call in to
see their Alma Moter. I
Dr. T. J. Gum and his amiable
wife of Fulton, Tenn-Ky,' are happy
visitors to our city and Alma Mator.
The doctor brings patents for opera-!
t.ion. He is doing splendid In his field '
and his good wife is quite an asset to i
Meharry Dental College will open !
Oct Jst, 1918. Her dental students ;
will enjoy the same advantages at ;
the hand of Uncle Sam as the Medical j
men. Both medical and dental men
will be funlshed tuition board and 1
lodging by the U. S. government and
will be paid $30 per month. They j
will be under . government control.
changes are being made; so as to ac-:
commodate all persons who are in-;
ducted into the Student-Army Train- j
ing Corps. Applications are pouring
In dally so that the president, and
force are kept busy attending dei
Drs. J. H. Hale and J. H. Holmare
have just returned from a ten days
stay at the famous Mayo Chinlcs at
Rochester Minn. They express them
selves aswell satisfied with their two
weeks work done at this institution.
Science and skill here join handse in
a practical way such as can be -had
at few places, if any in this country.
Meharry- rejoices that her sons en
joy and take advantage of this new
AMERICANS FIGHT IN SIX LANDS.
Urfited States Troops Are on the
Battle Front in France, Germany,
Belgium, Russia, Austria and Italy.
Workers at home have the responsi
bility of producing .supplies for 'Ameri
can soldiers now fighting dn six coun
tries France, Germany, Russia, Aus
tria, Italy and Belgium. American
artillery has been reported on the
French line .opposite Mulhausen, sev
eral miles inside the border of the
German Empire. The Yank.s are sup
porting Italian Sectors, at the end of
Lake Garda, and their fliers have ma
neuvered over the lowlands near Ven
ice. In Belgium they are fighting
with Australians, and they form an
Army corps engaged in France. They
are at Vladivostok ana on the Mur-
man coast. Far-reaching in .its re
sponsibilities, labor Is now put to a
supreme test that will fidn it able to
support the mlll'ons In the field.
JODD FELLOWS 6F GALLATIN.
September 1st was a day to be loot?
remembered by the lOtid Fellows of
Gallatin. This was the day that a
few loyal sons of Gallatin Lodge re
ceived the P. G. M. Degree prepara
tory to setting up a council. ThP
names ofythose who made the appeal
to tho sub-committee of management
through P. G. M. Council No. 34 for
a dispensation were: A. K. Wallace
C. P. Bryant, John Green, Polder
Duncan, James Bohanan," A. L. Ogles
by, C. B. Brown, Joe Cook, Joe De
moss, Joe Hunter, Henry Norrls and
u. w. snarer.
The work was conducted by A- W.
Gleaves, acting W. G. M., assisted
by Chas. Allen, Ellas Hendly. J. M
Hart, S. B. Maxwell, Joe SouthaH
B. G. Bryant James 'A. Ferguson and
G. B. Fossle. Dinner was served bv
a very competent committee of Indies
who know how to tickle the palnte
of those who know- what Is good t'.
eat. The visitors were called upott
for a few remarks, and all spoke ver
feelingly for the order and the unltv
thnt must exist to make a suocess
in everything undertaken. Some of
those who spoke such encouraging
MARY JOHNSON'S HAIR
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Nov Its Long and Fluffy
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Telia all about the war; It Is fair to
.colored- people; everyone buys; a tra
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MEMPHIS, ' VwlN.'
words were B. G. Bryant, Ellas Hend
ly, Jamea A. Ferguson and G. B.
Committee A. W. Gleaves, G. E
' "ilr. and Mrs. Ebb Clark of Hovwll,
Tenn., were the guests of their broth
er and wife, .Mr. and Mrs. Walter
I.Clark, ot Helman street, test week.
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