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Troi&Ied Both Winter and Sum
mer for Three or Four Years.
A lanmss McAfee that Gives Quick Rclef.
"After taking only one bottle of
Lung-Vita I can. recommend It to any
one," says Miss Mabel Allen, who
lives at 4S28 First Avenue, Birming
ham, Ala., In a statement given not
many days ago.
"For the last two or three years
I have been troubled with a cough,
which, though worse in the waiter
time, bothered me a great deal In the
summer months, but now since tak
jng this wonderful medicine I am re
lieved entirely and can recommend
Lung-Vita as a harmless compound
composed of barks, tops, leaves' and
oils. Contains no narcotic or harm
ful drugs of any description, and is
good for any member of the family.
Relieves a cough by remedying the
cause. The phlegm is cut loose, en
abllng the sufferer ito raise it, the
Irritation is healed and the . general
strength is built up. Your dealer
should carry -LungVita, but if he
cannot supply you as yet, write Nash
ville Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn.,
lor free booklet tellfng about this
wonderful medicine. (Adv.)
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
dusk. fat ortange Iblosaoma. The
bride's maids were attractively gown
ed, harlng accessories matching their
frocks and each , carrying bride's
roses After the ceremony the brid
al party motored to the home of the
brldefe parents where numerous end
costly presents were displayed. At
the home during the reception ain im
pressive program was rendered whioJi
was as follows:
Piano Selection, Miss Ruby
Evans, Nashville, Tenn.
,A Quartette, "Ifound you among
th Roses," Mesdames 'Mi IX I'urtis,
Mat tie Curry, Dr. IX W. Clayborne,
and Mr. Charles J. Porter.
Vocal Solo, "ileeanse," Mrs. Lucile
An original poem to the bride apd
groom, -Mrs. Cora K. Lynk.
Vocal selection, "I love you truly,"!
Mrs. Maude Donnell Curtis.
Piano Selection, Miss Ulanche Wal-!
Vocal Solo, "Are you from Heav.
en?" Mir. Charles J. Porter.
Prof. F. K. Jeffries, Master of Cere
monies, closed with appropriate re
marks. A poem, "Old-time Court
ship" was greatly enjoyed. At a very
ness. Rev. D. J. Tate will perhaps
move In at once. Miss Sherlle North
cut, who has been the .guest of Miss
Janie Mai Jenkins, has returned to
Chattanooga to till her position as
teacher in one of "tho high schools.
Miss Northcut made many friends
while here. Mrs. Ada Oakley has re
turned from McMlnnville, where she
wenr to visit her friends and rela
tives. Rev. T. J. Goodall and Rev.
C.iN M. Clark ot Savannah, Ga., were
ou our streets last wek mingling
with their many friends. Rev. Good
all was accompanied by his wife.
Rev. A. K. Martin will preach his
good-bye sermon Sunday night. Hear
him on his last go-round. Rev. Win.
Jenkins will baptize in Fosterville
next Sunday. See him. Mr. Lemte
Detroit, Mich. Mr. Oliney Harris is
home on a furlough to visit his
mother and grandmother. Mr. Harris
will accompany his brother, George,
to Roger Williams University next
week. Miss Pearl Carter will leave
lor Chattanooga next week, where
she goes to engage in the milinery
business. Mrs. Debr Neal is visiting
her son George in Chattanooga this
week. Mm. Mattie Noah was able to
fill her place in chi'rch Sunday. Mrs.
lej of acts and science. While Mrs.
fm'.e, it pccvnulisbed ite.
bat ttra C. - uut.c departing t
It a product of the New England Con
servatory of Music.
For one to see the Intelligent-
looking student body and the large
number of prepared teachers, one Is
compelled to feel a pardonable pride
in Roger Williams University. ine
work and needs of the Bchool are
being splendidly put before the peo
ple by Rev. Mack fT. WiUiams, who
was selected by the president and
trustee board to tour the state in the
Interest of the school.
All the departments of this institu
tion opened on Monday, September
23rd. Candidates for admission as
students should make preparations at
once to enter, if they wish to avail
themselves of all the benefits of the
University. All our friepds are re
quested to co-operate with the man
agement in every way possible, in
order that the work of the coming
year may be no less successful than
that of the past.
.Hereafter students who do not oc
cupy rooms in the dormitories will
have the privilege of riding free of
charge to and from the car line in a
conveyance furnished by the Univer
sity, prcvlded they make connection
with this conveyance at the hours
which will be announced at the Uni
versity. If you are, pastors tif churches,
please read this communication to
your congregation if newspaper
men, please publish it in yonr pa
pers; if neither, please convey the
information which it contains to as
many of our people as it is possible
for you to reach.
The Church Service Flag was pres
ented at New Hebron September
22. Through the skillful manage
ment of Mfe s Lula Joyce, one of New
Hebrons faithful church workers.
The flag contains six stars in honor
of six of the dutiful young men of
New Hebron church. They are Mr.
John Estes, Mr. William Robert Web
ster, Mr. Wiillie Harlan, Mr. Henry
late hour dainty refreshments wereu, Cannon nas returned from
served to the large number present. ! gouth rittsbur? an(i she is now hav
Mosters Maryin Reed. Freddie W1n-j, lwo ,ore' rooms added to her
field and John Frank Evans served , house yu jimntie Edlesomau is
as acceptable waiters for the occa- din? a few davg wkh Mr, jiar
sion. Punch was dispensed during! tin Dt Smartt station. Mr. MUih
the evening. , Mrs. eLigh is the as-! Carthrown has accepted a position
sistaiit Domestic Science teacher in at the powder plant. Mr. Dobbins
Dunbar High School and an efficient 0r Favetteville says Tullahoma is a
leader in various departments of ; great "piace. Rev. Carter will preach
church work. She in a young woman jn Cherry Valley Sunday. The many
of charmmg personality and loved by 1 friends of Rev. Carter regret to see
every one. Her popularity was at- him leave for he and his good wife
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH,
BUENA VISTA PIKE
Every one seems agreed that the
meeting last week at the New Hope
Baptist Church was in every way a
success. The spiritual atmosphere
that surrounded the church from the
beginning of 'the revival that was
conducted by Rev. J. L. Suggs, the
pastor, to the close was in every way
in keeping with the dignty of the
religious efforts. The financial side
of the meeting was also reported as
a success. During me imsim a oUUJ
Now Ready For Business
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Mutual and Provident
Home Office: Durham, North Carolina
C. C. SPAULDIXG, General Manager
Strongest Negro' Insurance Company in
the Man Who Knows
....v. ..... ........... ltJ ui- nun leave lor m- biiu inn .uuu - .
te.-ted by the number of handsome have made friends during the time he was entertained at tne nome oi
gifts of silver, cut glass, china and 'they have been here. Mr. Tom Ba
omer tnings. ine Drmes parents ker and wife are both sick this ween.
Pillow and Mr. William Henry Har-' Presented to the newly weds a hand-1 Mr. Frank Hamsey is still improving
lan. We are praying that they Willi some clock- Mr- antl Mrs- William at this writing. Mrs. Walter King of
imrtn thn wnrM safp fr rtommv Leigh, parqnts of the groom, present ! Chattanooga is the guest of her
Mr. William Robert Webster wrote
fiiite an interesting letter to the su
perintendent, Mr. P. W. Harlan, and
the members of the Sunday school,
greeting one and all, saying that Die
enjoys the soldier life fine. Miss Wil
la M. Joyce, school teacher of Hamp
$heir was 'in Columbia September
15. Miss Lula says subscribe for the
Globe. She is a subscriber.
ed a large and handsome moquet! mother this week. Miss Malissa
druggett. M!r. and Mns J. V. Leigh! White was in Nashville last week vis'
are now at home to their many
friend in their beautiful and com
modious home, which is complete in
every modern detail and beautifully
furnished downstairs as well as up
Starrs. Miss Verneeda Walker of
King the M E. Conference. Mrs.
Kthey Brazleton has returned from
Bridgeport. Ala. Mr. Wm. Kyle will
teave for Chattanooga next week
Mr Sam Kelly, iur. mcauru
and Mr. Jim Cado, who are among
the leading brethren of the congre
gation of this community. The pas
tor recommended that the congrega
tion watch the columns of the Nasb
nio r.inhe fnr their news each week.
These are tho first black officers
seen in the club. The British have
native officers in the Indian army,
but their rankings, wnue parang.
Insurance In Force $11,15",4"2.00
l'aid In Claims since Organization 1,730,501.50
Liberty Bonds Bought i. 110,000.00
War Saving Stamps (all allowed) 1,000.00
Policies Issued From $500.00 to $5000.00
for Live Agents Throughout
IRA T. BRYAST, (ieneral State Agent,
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PHONE MAIN 109
CILARY & HOWB
FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS
V , TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY
Wa Cm EmA Your Hoom Complete from PakN t EttofMn.
W Ttk OW CHOi u nt -ferments 8ei VftUy or Monthly
HAMPTON, INSTITUTE S. A. T. C
Hampton, Va., Oct. "A lot of col
ored men are dong magnificent work
in pushing forward our lines. .The
colored engnieer battalion 'over there'
are helping to assist in repairing the
lines of communication and are doing
as noble work as the old Fifteenth
Jnfantry of New York has done."
Major-General Grote Hutcheson paid
this tribute to the excellent services
which have been rendered by colored
troops overseas in his recent Hamp
ton Institute address.
Gen. Hutcheson, Col. W. S. Copeland,
editor of the Newport News "Daily
Press" and "Times-Herald," and Dr.
James K. Gregg, principal of Hamil
ton Institute, spoke at the exercises
which were held to celebrate the en
try 'of ir0,000 student soldiers into
the Students' Army Training Corps
on October 1, and the organization
Of the S. A. T. C. at Hampton In
Ur. Gregg said: "The ideals of
Hampton Institute from the days of
General Armstrong to the present
moment have been those of courage,
loyalty, serviceahleness, unselfishness
obedience, intelligence, justice, kind
ness the ideals of practical educa
tion and practical Christianity."
The program included the playing
or tne Angeius on the school chimes;
the playing of "The Star Spanned
, Banner:" the-raising of the Ameri
can flag; and the repeating in unison
Of the oath of allegiance. The mu
sic included the singincr of "The Bat
tle Hymn of the Republic," "Oh Free
dom," a spiritual of the Old South,
Mir. William Andrews of 2311 Aln
meda irtreet, haa been sick for the
past two weeks with Spanish Influenza.
M. and Mrs. Mack San.lers of 3445
WashTi'ton Building, very highly en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Hewy San
ders of Wheeling, W. Va., Inst Sun
day with a four course dinner. Those
present were Mjr.. J. A. Winston ol
Ch'cago, Dr. J. C. Jones of Detroit,
Mir. and Mrs. Jro. J. Hall. After
dinner the party motored out to Avon
thirty-four miles in the country. On
(heir return the party was again serv
ed with hot coffee and ices.
Below is a letter from Mr. Willie
Shull to his mother and father, Mr.
and Mrs. Beachum Shull:
"Tell all of my friends I am one of
the happiest boys that ever sailed
from America to France." He writes I
enthusiastically of his work and his
great opportunity to serve the coun
try he loves so well. The Shull boys
have a splendid military record, for
they came of fighting parentage. The
young soldier has many friends in
Lincoln County who will watch with
deep interest his military career. Mr.
Alton and his brother left with the
last select boys last week for Camp
Sherman, Ohio, 47 Co. 12 G. H. B.'N.
Read the Globe and you will hear
from them all soon. The writer bids
them Godspeed Special notice: All
who owe the Globe be ready to se'ttle
same amount when Brother Rhanie,
the Globe reporter, comes. Dsplte
the higher cost of everything else,
the Globe rates are the same. Pay up
before cold weather sets in. Rev.
Frank King of Moliner was In town
last week visiting the bedside of his
sick sister-in-iaw, Mrs. Leon'a King,
.")()() West Campbell street. We hope
Mrs. King a speedy recovery. Rev.
Bruce Word is visiting in Alabama
this week attending a .great meeting.
Rev. Matthew Tucker is conducting
a great meeting at Icy Banks this
week and it H much needed. The
Golden Bowl is broken and the Gates
of Pearl softly swung open that the
si.Irit of Prof. C. M. Summerford
might be wafted into that holy city
to get his reward. Among the well
known Lincoln County teachers, hun
dreds of people of Fayetteville were
acquainted with Prof. Summerford,
who was regarded as one of the most
populur teachers in his rank. He
taiiKht school in this county over 40
years. His record In bringing the
school rank from obscurity to a na
tional importance placed him in hih
esteem. The writer, among his many
friends, mourns the loss of him. Those
who knew him best loved him.
Mrs. Mary Russell has returned from aro of different designations, ana ine
vonngest white suDauern hum i
i,iout black officer. None of them
and none of the French Moroccans
onnoirpri at the club. Post
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 25, 1918.
Special to the Globe.
1 j i a Ti,puor plan
Nashville. Miss Paralee McGhee has
just received news from her son
Clifton, who has safely landed across
' the sea. Mrs. Enieline Brown was
a live wire at the uaptist cnurcn
Sunday. Miss Nannie Hunt has re
turned home again.
The wedding bells of Erin have
been ringing frequently nf late. Miss
Odessa Scott of this town and Mr.
Willie Hines of Earlington, Ky., were
quietly married September 10th and
after a Hying visit to Kvansville, lnd
are making their home in Earling
ton, Ky. Mrs. Blanche Juruiean,
also of Erin, and Rev. J. L. Bournes
of llopklnsville, Ky., were married
September ltith in the home of Rev.
P. D. Dennis in Guthrie, Ky. Rev.
Dennis officiated. We hope for both
couples a long and happy married
life. Rev. J. C. Street of Pauellten,
W. Va., was the guest of Mrs. N. L.
Warfield, the principal of oar school,
for several days In September. We
wire glad to have the distinguished
visitor in our town. He preached a
soul-stirring sermon at Little Rock
Baptist Church Sunday morning at, 11
o'clock, and we extend to him a
standing Invitation to come to Erin.
Miss Clem Jones is spending some
time in St. Louis with friends. Mr.
Jaby Travis Is just back from a fly
ing visit to St. Louis and Chicago.
Mrs. Eddie Lutin of Earlington, Ky.,
who has been spending the Bummtr
with her father, Rev. U. Dobbins, ha:
returned home. Misses, Evia . Brig
ham and Clara Reaves made' a flying
visit to Springvllle a few days ago.
Mr. Doss Carter of St. Charles, Ky.,
is in town. Mesdames M. E. Scott
and E.- Terry attended a business
meeting of the Baptist High School
of Clarksville last week. Rev. O. W.
Washington of the A. M. E. Church
conducted a successful revival in,
September. Rev. M. L. Smith of the
C. M. E. Church cloaed a successful
revival Friday, night, Oct. 4. Rev.
J. R. Hunt, assisted by Rev. M. Ty
ler of Clarksville, Tenn, will begin
a revival sorvice Monday night, Oct.
7th. Our public school with Mrs. N,
,0,000 AGENTS WAN!
?0 HANDLE OUR LINREN AND WO ;' 0NE- .
StND ioe run mr --
DO IT NOW!
THE NU-LAX COMPANY
DO NOT DELAYS
514 E. 17th Street, New York City, N. Y.
THE mi WDIi HMR GROWER
,tol entertained, at their
422 12th Avenue North, in honor of
thoir father, mother and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Leath and daughter
MnrfrPRshnro. The guests were
received in the parlor which was
beautifully decorated with the sea
son's flowers. They enjoyed them
selves in many ways, then they were
invited Into the spacious dining room
where a delicious three course menu
was served. The table was covered
with embroidered linen and cluny
lace. A basket of Ophelia and Kll
larney roses with ferns graced the
center. When all plates had been
tickled with the bountiful repast, all
returned to the parlor wnere -ur.
Jackson gave a reading to the de
light of all. Those to enjoy mr. mm
Mrs. Rucker's hospitality beside the
honorees were Rev. D. Klmbol, .Mrs.
i!nt,iio Wurd. Mr. Ben Collier, Rev.
Black and Rev. Blackman of Mur
freesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Leath, Mrs. Fannie Jackson, Mr. Al
bert Drake, Mrs. Fannie Malone and
,io,ihtPr Hattle Lou of Nashville.
The hostess was assisted in receiving
by Mrs. Leath and Jackson with Mr.
Ben Collier as toastmaster.
t.X .-.i.l f.r 1.
.'.W-ArtY. 525 S-Hnth Street..
A ll.l. I nnnn
n : ' "T : '.vt ,. ntl,,P- U Wameld .gain as its principal, is
And the heart that it gladdened now
but the Master's
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to extend our sincere
thrl 'ks to the teachers of Meigs
school and our many friends for the
beautiful floral designs also deep love
shown during our bereavement l!n our
loss of a son and brother.
Mrs. Ed Mbsely.
Mrs. Noirvelle Lee.
Miss E. B. Driver.
a weaning or rmucn interest to a
very wide circle of friends was that
of 'Missf Narl-lie Belle Gustava White-
low and Mr. J. W". Lel?h that waff
solemnized at '8:30 Wednesday eve,
September 25, 11)18, nt the First Bap-y
tist CJiurch. The impressive cere-'
mony was performed by Rev. A. Parr
and iwas followed bv a reception at
the home of the bride's parents. Just
ifcefcire the lirii!al 'jirty entered a
vocaJ selection, "Somewhere a voice
is calling,". was impressively rendered
by Mrs. Maude Porrell Curtis. As
the first notes of the wedding march
were sounded by Mrs. Evans, the
bidal party entered in the foIlow"ng
order: Messrs Tarle TaliafeTro and
Alex Hill came first, followed by
Miss Minora Kirby and Mr. Frank
Leigh, Miss Ella D. Walton, Dr. D
Wl Clayborne, Miss Katie Leigh, maid
of honor, Mr J. Livingstone Whitelow,
little Vera Hesse, flower girl. They
grouped themselves awa'tlng ' the
fcrlde who came in leaning on the
arm of her father; the groom met
her at the eltar with Mr. John Stad
er, who was his best man. The
bride was charming in an exquisite
gown of georgette over White mesea
Une, her bridal veil a mist of tule
j&at enveloped her, was bound by a
Have no help
Mrs. Ida Smith died Oct. 1, 1918.
Funeral services at St. Paul A. M. K.
Church by Rev. J. M. Brown. P. C.
Mr. N. N. Reynolds, G. L. of Pulaski..
Tenn., will lecture at this place soon
Sunday services, both mornin.!? and
nisht.'were splendid at each church.
Bishop Lee passed through Camden
en route to Memphis Saturday and
itturned to Nashville Sunday. A
goo.l many of our hoys are left in
Camden this week o i account of ill
ness. Thej are as' follows: Mr. Dave
Small. Mr. Ardes Small and Mr. Ju
lius Tott. Mast-T Robert R. Lay
made n (lying trip to this place Sat
urdav and returned to Camden, Terin.,
Monday. We failed to get the fu.'l
report of the sick this week. Help
us to make tins a uauy paper Dy
pay ing what Is due us. then watch us
reporting the lar.gest attendance for
years and doing an excellent work.
We are ulad to welcome Mr. Albert
Dunn here again. We were sorry
to hear of the serious illness
of 'Mrs. Inez Williams of Whatwuft,
Ky. She was formerly a resident of
Erin. There U a deal of sickness
here now The Spanish influenza is
running riot. Mis. Stand Mackorlay
of Earlington was in Erin a few davs
ai;'o. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Wilkerson a fnif baby. Mother and
son are reported doing well. A good
number of Erin people attended the
Montgomery County Fair at Kelleys-
ville last week
fiOGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY
That the people of our race have
be.sun to rt-allze the need ol educat
ing their children for the new world
which is sure to face them when this
awful war is over Can be seen in tho
increase in attendance this year at
Roger Williams. Visitors and ni!ny
of the old friends of the school who
have come every week have express
ed themselves as being most agree
ably surprised at the growth of the
and the splendid
The Mt. Zinn Baptist Church is
still alive under thn leadership that
il umv lrns. Rev. D. J. Tate was at
his Mist Sundnv and preached an in-.! school this year
foresting sermon. At 3::i() the mom-1 teachers and good work done by the
hers and friends reassembled, being new president, Prof, lnman Page.
"Piriuially alive for the purpose of i The records of the institution show
ordaining Brother Geurga Davidson
as deacon, which was beautifully car
ried out. At 8:30 the holy commun
ion was administered. Mr. Abe Har
ris and wife and Sam Harris and wife
were visitors at Mt. Zion Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sutti:gloi were
In Nashville last week vlsi.l.nff the
M. E Conference. The membsrs of
Mt. Zion Baptist Church have pur
chased the Wm. Hebb property for
the church parsonage. This is a de
sirable piece of property with a giod
ihree-room house and is right next to
the church. The many f lends are
dally congratulating this memrershii
on their wise choice. This proposi
tion and trade was fostered and
made by Rev. Wni. Jenkins, who al
wavs has an I eye to buai
that never before In the history of the
school liavo there been so large a
number so enrly in the school year.
Thla is a splendid evidenco of the
high esteem the people of the south
have for Roger, and a great recogni
tion of the great work being done
at this the greatest denominational
THE WOMAN'S MISSIONARY
The Woman's Missionary City
Union held Its regular quarterly
meeting Friday, October '4, at Taber
nacle Baptist Church, Rev. H. M.
Burns, pastor. The president, Mrs.
H. M. Burns, presided. The meeting
was opened by Sister Mary Jones of
Third Avenue Baptist Church. Sons
mil prayer by Sister Jone3. Scrip
ture reading, Piov. 19:1-20, by Sis
ter M. L. Johnson. Song, "Tiry us,
O God." Quite a . large represen a
tion was present from the different
churches and a deal of business was
transacted.. New business developed
a plan to enlarge and stimulate the
work.- That the presidents of the
different local f.uslliaries form an
Alliance and work In co-operation.
Said plan was received and
adopted. This body will consist of
all auxiliary presidents and City Union
board members and will be known as
the Presidents' Alliance: They will
hereafter meet every fourth Friday.
We had with us as distinguished
guests Dr. C. II. Clark and Rev. H.
M. Burns, each of whom gave U3 a
very instructive address which was
greatly appreciated. We desire to
(hank Foster Chapel Auxiliary, Sis
ter G. B. Bolden. piesident, for their
linen donation to the Theological
Seminary throuKh this body, consist
ing, of foui- towels and four wash
clothes. Mt. Olive 'Baptist cnurcn, t.is-
ter E. Wilder, president, one pair oi
pillow slips, two toweU. Mt. Glleid,
Sister Lulu Wattey, president, ninei
towels. We are hoping that the pres
idents will keep this interest alive
that Ja bein: shown for our semi
nary, remembering that great tree's
from little ocorns .grov. Not. that we
don't expect to do srciter things for
our school I ban this, for we shall.
This we shall consider only a side
issuo leading up to greator things.
Thr Banner was eaptured from
Tabernacle Baptist Church Auxiliary
by Third Avenue Baptist Church
Auxiliary, Mrs. Mary Jones, presi
dent. Each auxiliary should strive to
have the Banner captured by their
president. The following program
was rendered at. the evening session:
Scripture reading and song by the
pastor Rev. H. M. Burns.
Papor Sister Phralee Hughes. .
A very unique program was arrang
ed for our services Sunday night.
The Sunday School superintendent,
Mr. V. H. Shackleford, arranged the
quarterly review of the school lessons
showing "The Journey of Life." The
various subjects of the lesson were
stations on the road "From the Cradle
to the Grave." The deaths which oc
cured ini the Sunday school since the
previous quarter were called "wrecks."
Splendid music was rendered during
the program. Two numbers were es
pecially good: "Life lis like a moun
tain railroad." was led by the organ
ist, M'iss Alberta Davis sang "Nothing j
betweort Me and Jesus, as a soio.
Miss Davis has a voice of rare sweet
nes and beauty and captivates iher
audience by her pleasing manner of
Those who missed , Sunday's .pro
gram missed a treat.
The Stewardess Board met at Sis
ter Woodmore's, 1028 Horton street,
Thursday night. Next meeting will be
held Wednesday night, at 811 Over
ton street, with Miss Williams. The
pastor will address the ladies on
"Woman's work and worth iln the
The Willing Workers' Board
meet with Mrs. Thompson on Tre-
ThU bis. tmnitltnl
UfolUie colored por
trait picture of
given ftbaolntal (roe lout to get
ucqiuujited with roo. A Jxwtal
biinw it. BRNO TODAY, i
Tnar eholc of oolori and MtMru
fnw ud tbUvarr ?? IWPJW.
jou ever board of, MMtt cloth
Motlea wtd lata-at style book with
Bpecikl Low Prioee W tmUm ImUn
Mtiwi wkwMl WMMterfal mwm flwb
fclrit man to wrrla tram four town
p jo ran. r""i vim .
full Growth of
Hair. W ls
Beauty of the Hair. If Your lUIr
Is Dry ana wry iry
FAST WMAHAIR GROWER
If you are tottered with fallM
Hair. Dandruff. ItchlmD Salp,
nv Hair Trouble, we want yoe t
try a jar of East India Hair Grower. The Remedy
contains medical properties that o ta the M
of the hair, stimulate the skia, helping nature w
do Its work, leaves ttenarsou ana sij.
fumed with a b hn of a thausami flowers. Ihe
best known remedy for Heavy and Beautiful BlatK
Eyebrows; also restores Grey Hair ta its Natural
Color. Can be used with Hot Iron for StralghtenW.
mu, Sent it Mall. SOo. 10 htri far roll.
I Hikr Grower, I HiroHOII. I Sharnrjoo. I "J,?1-
25 ti ln tor PoUaee. ,
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INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION IN THE
Hampton, Va., October. "The Re
public, the world and the Kingdom ot
(lod need not only brave soldiers, but
intelligent, skillful, self-respecting,
reliable, unselfish workers. We can
not have too many of them. From
therfl, as well as from the more in
tellectually educated, will come the
aristocracy of the future an' aris
tocracy of the true leaders that every
successful democracy' demands and
sooner or later discovers." 0
Dr. Jame3 E. Gre.cg, principal ot
Hampton Institute, thus summed up
NEGRO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
The Dramatic Club will present in
pantonine the "Life of Christ,'" Sun
day, Oct. IX at & oclock. There ere
seven scenes: 1. Shepherds. 2: The
Wise Men. 3. Christ and the Doctors.
4. Triumphant Kntry. 5. Crucifixion.
6. Resurrection. 7. Christ on the
Characters: Fannett Shackleford,
Mary Johnnie Gordon; Joseph, Louise
Hostick; Mary Magdalene; Angels:
Eloise Lowe, Helen Carter and Mag-
will: gie Fields; Shepherds and Wise Men:
Thomas Bonds, Henry Washington,
Eugene Price, Robert Walker, Er
nest Waters and Price Erwin. The
admission is free. The public is cor
Mrs. Julia Williams, Preatdent
Willie Belle Flagg, Vice President
1622 Jeffgwa Stre.t
Colored Goods I Specialty ,
Fuchsia B. Miller. Seorttary .
Marian M. Hadlay, Treaiurer,
in the Present Crisis ' In a recant
address delivered in Raleigh, N. C,
before the National Convention .of
Cong egational Workers among Col
ore! Peonlo. Dr. Greg? also said:
. 'The United States Government is
discovering the need ol soldier me
chnnics and is training them systema
tically in our technical schools all
over the land. It. is estimated that
at least 20.000 soldier-mechanics will
bo trained by ne4Jlune.
''Many of these will come back
fram the war with a new self-respect,
not only because or their record and
experience as soldiers, but also be
cause they will return tt their
homes better fitted to do their "work
in the world."
STATION CAMP, TENN
We are glad to say those on the
sick list are ail able to be up and on
the go. Revival closed Monday night.
We did not have amy converts at
all. We had good preaching. Rev.
Green iMicClennon conducted the meet
ing for Rev. H. L. Toliver. Teh
young ladies of Robertson County
have given the young men vacation
for three Suindays in succession. 1
don't think a single one was left to
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his survey of "Industrial Educa'irrS Turner came down to bid farewell to
orlmnl In thn oniith Rvprv rlnv finds.
more students at the school, while Recitation, Miss Rita Mai Bolden.
in everv mall applications are com
Irig from young people throughout
the south asking admittance.
A-most f.ncouraging nature of the
year is the number o old students
wh i have icmnied ro soon to take up
thoir studies. The i-tvool has be. n
materially strengthened by the addi
tion of Dr. R. N. Pei'le ot Syracuso
LV--r. . v.fu- Ceait of the.tv'-
Duet, Sisters J. L. Harding and Laura
Recitation, littlo Cordelia Floyd .
Solo, Mrs.' Matilda Harwood.
Hermon, Rev. Anderson. .
Remarks, Dr. R. H. Boyd. -Collection.
Adjourned to meet the first. Friday.
Jan. 5, 1919, at Mt. Olive Baptist
Church at 3 p. m. -
LEWIS STREET PRIMITIVE BAP
The Willing Workers met at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ma
lone October 3. The meeting was
opened in the usual order. A large
number of members were present and
a good collection was given. Dainty
refreshments yyjjre served by the
hostess. The next meeting will be
held at the residence of Mr. and (Mrs.
Wm. Rucker, 15 Miller street. All
members are' urged 'to he present 1
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Swanson made a
flying trip to Franklin, Sunday to
visit her sister, Mrs. Hattie Klnnard.
Thev reported a nice time.
Mr. and Mrs. James Swanson and
daughter visited his aunt and cousin.
his friends before leaving for camp
W e will miss 'him. We Will not for
get to pray for him and other friends
there. Mrs. Ruth Jackson has re
turned from itfear Cross Plains Tenn.,
where she spent a week with home
folks. Ales. Joney Ladimer has a
very sick baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Love spent Sunday in
Gallatin visiting her niece, who is
visiting her father, Rev. C. 53. Wat
kins, from Oklahoma City. Ora Lee
Watkins, Nettle Watkins and all the
Medling family, the Uutherfosd fam
ily, all the Alexander family, eleyen
in all,--are sick' and under the caro
of a physician. Qiie.'sick in every
family at this place. Mrs. A. E. Pat
ton had forty-five schoplars in at
tendance last (Monday. Tuesday at
noon at Toll call twenty had fallen
by the way with the same complaint.
The Parker family, have all been
down again.- Everybody at this place
is having a time. Not one is able to
help the other. Sunday school went
under Sunday morning? Only, two
were able to be out, Mrs. A. E. Pat
ton and liltln duMuhter, Jennie Lou.
VYe hope the whole community will
soon be up and on the -go again. We
hope the malady will not prove fatal
with any one.. Miss Florence Wat
bins came home last Friday morning
very 111.' She is up and around
little Eleanor and Amanda Douglass
have b?en sick' about a week. It has
been reported that they are up. All
"of Mr. Gron Watkins' girls are re
ported o i the sick list.
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