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NASHVILLE GLOEE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 13, 1913,
CoaUnuin? ssys: "Becssso ho has J Harris U a Tullsbocna boy -wo has j
been doin bis thins for lite conn- made good. He is a graduate. ir to-"
try. Us eense of nationally has1 high school, 1912 class. His many
rroo tfc ciUzensht becomes a Ifriends ara proud ot.the spkmLa rec
living reality, it Is inspiring to see'ord be has made and is niakin.5.
the itrnnge and splendid things that I left Thursday, Dec. 5, for Ills snip,
the 12.000.000 colors in.ir. wJ.Miss Nechet Miller ot Winduter
The Negro volunteers
the North, and principally city dwall-
5rs, and these; like the rural draft
men. were soldiers of whom their
commanders Might well be proud.
Their colonel said of them:
"Oh yes, they were ereen at the
They fcar. for eiamrle, nUt-d' Miss Eoalah Mason of aicMlnavJlte
800.000 of their young men to the!sIent Sunday lu tb city. Miss WJno-
American army, and of these nearly Slack entertained a lare wnw
10W have received commissions as'tf Wends Tuesday In honor o . tit.
officers of the line. A large proper- O. ?er
tton of these twops w banetoadr 'a beautifully decorated for th oc
tlon of these troops -jt abroad and'casln- Mr- Lft?'son, Moor naB
have, as all the world ksows. been turned from the .training camp. Mr.
to action against th. Grann, nd'Wia- Ilwt 18 B Blck 1Ut Wr8'
Proved TheS?. tLSK iiS Ali Harri i8 b9 t0Je Ut fa'?:
- - - &ne ana son, ueorg, fnw.n
"One entire regiment was decorat
ed for bravery and several individual
Nashville Wednesday and Thursday
of Mrs. Maude Harris. Mrs. Corlea
1 . 1 11.. Mln, On. tl
eMnM u v : i ; . , . ..iseisoii II uu me sick ubi. ws cai
great valor But thn va . Mai Carter save a military dance in
f. i?ut Ne8r9 Ap3pr1' honor of JIr. O. H. Harris Wednesday
.cans have been doing more than drelignUui seven "course
fighting abroad. The women ot theimnu' M rved. M. LuCy Jhoin
fface have organized Red' Cross chap- aSi wh'0 h. bcrtff ill, is much im
ters, have equipped and sent over' roved' at tni3 writing." Mrs. Jennie
scores of nurses am lave been iiig-uVooteu has returned from her trip
ly useful In managing the recreation-' gouth Sno rep0rts a viedjl time,
al activities in the training camps.! . .- ( '
meenneCTV8C0.red,slSBal 'c'l've A GENERAL EFFICIENCY EXAMI
menm in the Liberty loan and other NATION
xlf ?SiWh,i9 2,'M' b0ys from ' Thore are all sorts of examinations
egro industrial schools were employ-'ami tests which school teachers and
iC' ,7, lual Ionu nart of others use in perse
irwi me, because 1 know. They
wer-'t afraid of the cold and the
wet ajpd the terrific labor when they
worked 4?st winter down near the
coast of Kiynce on as mean a job of
work as" aaytndy ever tackled. Thy
w up to thiv waists :n cold water
part? of the tiu yes, most of the
time they were fcyt not a one of
thpm i?lnched. Afcd, believe me.
there's no lunching among them now
that we are" up agalnsjt the Huns!
You don't need the case of Johnson
and Roberts to prove it. It s prov
ed by the Rttitude or every single
man anion tfieni. It isn't hard to
send them into danger the hard part
Is to keep them from going into it
on their on acoord."
In conclusion Mr. Cobb stated
when the war ends the word Negro
will be another way of fuelling Amer
ica!). Nashville Banner.
The Colored Automobile School 1
I cated nt the Y. M. C. A. ttulliiing. cor-
the armv's work" ' i"1""'" -" ner icaar sireei aim rourm vnua,
. Americans liavo proved general c!IH k'iuy. You will please !an,i the following- are the school's of
their love ot country and established uil;o Iu and paper and answer the fleers: W. D. Hawkins, president;
their right to the recogn'tion pledged lollowini: qut'stions. Kuch one that i isa Coleman, secretary. The Board
thorn by the constitution. Let it he you can hunestly answer by yes" ;0( Directors arc: It. L." Jlnvfield, Fred
hoped that their rightful recognition counts yo'i t"ti; you must get 230 outT Hill P J Coleman, "VV, 11. Haw
be no longer denied them, especially oi a vobsiMu lot) in order to pass. If ikina and Ia Coleman.
T?tnCiertai?. secti0"3 of 1110 cou'nry you don't pass the goblins will get Th, sccrotnrv. wlton interviewed.
Hillings Gazette. yLUv a you don't watch out. ! stated: "We have already over thirty
' I 1. Are ou i.i good health? students enrolled, with a large niim-
2. Have ou been examine,! within : per to enter the fust of tho year,
'a year by a not.;d dental surgeon and our pupils aro from 17 to 4: years
by a medic al expert to lind out if you ,in,i a3 we teac h bv practical ex-
15Q JUBILEE SINGERS.
T)allas, Tex.. Dec. 2.-.-l'ive thousand
White and colored citizens of this city
greeted the jubilee chorus when it
appeared at the First (white) I3a;tist
Church Sunday aftn-rnoon In a great
mass meeting here under the auspi
ces of the Baptist General Convention.
When President Campbell called the
meeting to order some of the most
distHngulshed white Baptist ministers
of the "Lone Star" state were on thme
platform. After invocation a chorus
Do you stand straight and sit
4 Do you bathe- every day?
o. Do you brush your teeth three
times a day and do you use a harm
less and reliable tooth paste that is
recommended by a noted dental sur-
perionee, and right on ttio cars ami
working parts, each student is certain
to learn rapidly and we. as a school,
iare meeting with excellent success.
Our evening classes are especially
popular, and in this way a man can
be employed during the day and at
tend school nt nk'ht. 'We teach both
repairing and driving of automobile
fined in his bed at th base hospital.
Camp Taylor, Ky., where he was
serously wounded Sept. 17th. Mrs.
Susie W ade of Nashville is at the
bediside of her daughter. Private
Gordon and Mrs. Gordon wer mar
ried in Nashville, July 8, 1918. They
both were formerly of this city.
Rev. R. A. Dowell, the pastor of
the M. E. Church has been reappointed
by the conference to the McCabe
Temple. He was also appointed
school teacher for the Sharon school.
Rev. Dowell is beloved by all, both
white and colored and his election
is tke pleasure of all. He is known
(or hl patriotism. He has son in
France and has done much in the war
work. H is a good preacher, knowts
how to entortaln his audience. The
C. M. . E. Church has been recently
destroyed by ,TIre. The pastor is
winding up his Vork Xor conference
and' should he return he Will have a
chiunce of erecting a jmore desirable
edifice for the worship Ot God. Rev.
R. H. Peoples has recently lost his
littlo daughter, who had been su-ffer-ing
with Gastro-lnternal disorders !or
many years. Rev. Peoples Is the pa
tor of the Baptist Church. He is
lu'ich beloved by the people of this
town, .'o sympathize with him very
much. Rev. M. Strayh.v a ond Mrs.
Adams of Naihvll!? ?re in the townj
visiting' the. brethren and lodges Pi
the Masonic Order. Dr. J. H. Wal
ters, our physirian, is still combating
the epidPiule. Dr. TA'alters has been
Kept busy day and night. He Is prov
ing himself efficient. tp to this
writing he has noti lost a case from in
fluenza. He is one of the worthy
sons of Mehnrry and a graduate from
an English College of Science mid
Theology. AVe wish him success in
IT KELLY MUXES.
11 all akoat Uu wars H la fair t
olorcd tcopla: Trront hoys; a tr
auadoaa saUar. COLORED MAN NO
ylotoTM; ipnti uUif T U lit r
ay. Bana lu aik tor acaars w
AUSTIN JENKINS COL
I WANT AGENTS
To make big money ielltog Laraaula per
fumes, high brown face powder, cold cra:i ma,
medicines, aplcea, extract etc, Terma and
sample facial soap free.
DEP HIP' I r
Sr. LOUIS MO.
? V J
. Dr. rst
A few aacaikos vnS male rot ilk iW hf. I
Not m$r 6a h whiten dark or brawn tkk. M k ,
lota. raiiMwIii all tlJJ aorl Lad iia '
wrWwtAaak DO NOT AGCCVT IMTTATTUNl.
JACOBS rejLIMACT COL ti ' ,- .sji
Don't yait until your
cold develops Spanish
Influenza or pneumonia.
Kill it quick. 1
StmJard cold remedy for JO year in tablet
form wife, sure, no opiate. brtRks up n coiii
in 24 hours relieves grip in 3 days. Money
back if it fails. The genuine box has a Red top
with Mr. Hill's picture. At All Drug Stores.
ii. Do your bowels move regularly? an(j our graduates receive a diploma
7. Do vou chew your food well? nhon thn raurss Is romnleted and
of 1.'0 voices then begun to sing the, S. Do you take exercise regularly? ; are nsststed to positions.
Jubilee melodies. Throughout the i Do you sleep with tho Windows, ,
evening able addresses were given of jour room Opon? ' faArT,ftT rwtmrw
touching every phase ot religious, 10. Do you know approximately .TABERNACLE BAPTIST church.
work. The meeting was so inspiring; what kind of food is best for you and i Sundav school was opened prompt
that on Sunday night by special invi- do you eat intelligently? j k. nt a:";m bv Supt. H. Morgan, with
tatHon tdie program was repeated at i 1 1. Do you abstain from all alcoholic n0d representation of scholars
the Hickory Baptist Church (white) (beverages, tobacco and drugs except ' t,rpseiit The lesson was discussed
in order that more of the citizens under the advice ot a noted dental jVery interestingly bv the BUDerUH'f'n
might hear the singling of these jubi- surgeon and of a physician? 'dent. Rev. Roberts' filled the pulpit
lee melodies as published In tihe song school, or are you going through? ;at tnc morning service. Rev. Drake
book known as the National Jubilee school, or are yuo trying daily tojat niKht preached a strong, practl
IMelody. The chorus was conducted; ! Do you speak correct English rni Sermon. Rev. II. M. Burns, who
by Prof. H. B. P. Johnson, the nation- and are you trying daily to overcome nag been carrying on a series ot
al chorister from Tennessee. At tihe 5'our mistakes? (meetings in Louisville, will re-urn
conclusion of the program the choir Do you study hard for at least home this week and will fill his mil-
preseated Prof. Johnson, as a token an hour every day? p;t Sunday morning and night. The
of their appreciation tor services reu- l5- Are you fond of reading Good third pundav. Dec. 15, is th dav set
dered, a black velour hat. books? 'apart for the pastor's Christmas
I lti. Do you write plainly so that you pr.5e and we are looking forward to
WAVERLY '10ar no 0110 t'omi)Iam of 'our ille8i- a liberal collection from each nieni-t-nlter-.
Phnn,,l m r- 1,ility? ber and friend, as we are taking this
sailers tnapel A. M. E. Church; it n.-i mn iwiwmp nnmoa nnd .uiin,, tr, him
Daecth?nTono?n?ailnIr,,w rP,'rinf:, ,-;lces' or 'l0 you practice 10 ln,prove am our appreciation for his faithful
vec th in honor of Rev. . C. Hunt, yourself in this? service
IS. Have you a good memory?
111. Can you concentrate?
20. Are you careful to speak of the
absent only what you would say In
th' ir presence?
21. Do you avoid, as far as possible,
The Globe of last week contained
an article statin;
luminal. Twin, that was reported mis
lug in action since September 2Sth,
Mr. and Mrs. Fin Wray entertained
that my brother, Sunday in honor of her mother, Mrs.
Williams of Co- J- H- Slaten of Columbia and Mes-
dames Mary Mason of Nashville.
Covers were laid for eight. Quite an
has been reinirted found in a German : enjoyable time was passed. Mr. and
prison. I wish to say ttiat it was a lorn uuiora entertained won
false report and when I get a deft- day night Dec. 9th, In honor of Mrs.
nlte 'hearing I will have it published' Slaten and Fisher.
PMR3, PERTH A WILLIAMS-RAY. "-- - SHELBY VTLLE
. . A great Emancipation celebration
b,i,..ib mi,,., it.k.n n a scon,' ls being planned for January 1, 1919.
Private Oliver ItcheH Co. A, 36Sth . ot . , ,', , tho
Infamtry, was officially reported wound; ,e rade The daV exercises
ed severely September 1, 1918. He j wl be flt Turner Co wnep
,,1,S ''' U B "USpil U U0- 'R(?V j A w Mo(jre of
"While he is at the front
will take care of you."
lug wonmlvd. He has written several
Church will be the principal speaker
29, 1918; was a student ot Rust Col-
pastor ana Dr. w. A. Lewis. P. V.
Program Opening addres by master
Of ceremonies, Prof. II. C. Jones. The
different boards of tho church were
represented as follows. Sunday scho
represented as follows: Sundav
bluuoi, j. a. uranam. htewarda are 1 bnvin- nvnm'i t,oiini.'
C. . Summers, Class Leaders and i 22. Do you respect other people's
lrustees J. n. Walker. Stewardess opinions and refuse to get angry with
3N0. 1. Mrs. Francos Phefer, Steward-: them because they do not agree with
ess No. 2, Mrs. Enda Lucas, Willing you''
M'orgkers Miss Nona Hamilton,,' 2.1. Do you think twice before you
Quartet, Miss Ellio Price. Mrs. Addle speak?
B. Wright, Miss Isola 1!. Leech and;' 21. Are vou neat in appearance and
Mrs. Hora Jones. Rev. V. C. Hunt 0 vol, strive to dress so as to be as
made a graceful respond and declared , pleasing as possible to others?
that ho had not met a more generous j 23 Aro you punctual?
and loyal people. Dr. V. A. Lewis, 2L Do you punctiliously keep your
the prelate of the West Tennessee WOrd?
Conference oflered a timely response I 27. Are you scrupulously honest?
after which a live course menu was, 28. Do yon mind your own business
served. The Literary Society Coun-1 strit tlv? Do you never read other
Cll Summers, Pres. Oscar Brown, Sec. ipeople's letters, listen to what doe3
gave a Thanksgiving play, No. 2Sth, nt concern you or give advice when
ui uie Hciiooi minding, wtneli was not asked?
i:. Are you polite, tactful and self-
qulte a success. The Parent Teach
ers Association. Mrs. Ora Summers,
Pres., Mrs. Emma iirown, Sec, met
last Wednesday. This association Is
doing much work for the school. The
attendance is much better this term
than ever. Rev. S. M. Strayhorn,
Crand Master of the Masons and Mr.
J. H. Adams, Royal Grand Patron of
The Evans Hill Baptist Church lm
just received a message from one ot
their soldiers in the person of Jesse
Kucker, who is stationed at Camp
l.augley Fielc Va. It reads as fol
io wis :
Lar'ley Field, Va., Sept. Id, 1918.
"W'u lolorud soldiers of this camp
have organii:d a Solders Baptist
Church. The idea of organizing the
I Soldiers Baptist Church: We felt that
j id would make us more loyal to our
I country and to God. A very Interest
I ing and inspiring young man from
1 Louisiana brought this idea before the
I soldiers of this camp. He carried so
: much influence with tho soldiers by
. the boldness of his prolesslon in tne
j Lord, the idei was accepted gladly.
lie saw that it would make us better
prepared t.o win tihe war for our coun
try, and the work or our soul. When
we started, we had rely three mem
bers, but ncwi we are about forty
strong: and we know that the Lord
.hi. Do you have a system and fol
Are you aniMtious?
99 A Wf mlt yrtHtiMtlOf1 f
) r ..,. .u .Hnor vnnraelf , Bone back) in
" ,n' ! Bi.-on !.!. .umt.
to circumstances you cannot control; '- ..,.. V..f cum W hav9 a serivce fine containing 24
l-W. fn a oritlolvA 1eo. mm .-am ni. u"-; . , . .v.-
i ueresung leuers no ne irom oier, an(, he , fct exercises wiu be at Mt.
there.' Oliver Mitchell is the son of !,., T,nf ri,i, p. n
1). M. Mitcliell and Sallie Mitchell,! AHp'n w,n be tne chlef speaker!
uossviue. lenn. e ennsten .uarcn,ThQ mni,n nrnmni Wni hn nut
soon. Let there be no slackers but
let every body get ready for the
greatest celebration in the history of
the town. A monster welcome is be
ing arranged for the returning sol
diers. It is planned to have a joint
celebration. At least the colored
people have been consulted and tho
concensus of opinion is that we
should go together. Mrs. Mary
Burkeen has returned home from
Murfreesboro, where she has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Willie
Scales. Her many friends are glad
to see her at home. Mrs. ITattie Leo
MeFacfrten has returned from a trip
to Hopskinsvllle. She reports a splon
did time. Mr. Henry Knott has
opened a restaurant on Wall Street
If brains, push and energy will bring
success, it's a go. They say he Is
giving some meals. The Globe here
after frill he foiwd at Mr. Henry
Campbell's tailoring establishment.
Master Wilson Campbell is the new
agent. Mr. Robt. Dvsart the retiring
agent has handled the paper for the
past eleven months to the satisfac
tion of all concerned. Wo regret
leg, Holh- Springs, Miss. He re-'verv much to lose him. Mrs. Mary
reived his military training at Camp Holland Is seriously ill. Her friends
Meade. Md and went over the sea;n'" apprehensive. Mrs. Anise (Till
the hilar part of June and was Indian) Allen was buried last week,
training over there for some time be-jThe public school has been closed the
fore going into active service. He second time on account of the influ
was striking in derense of his coun-;cnza. It will probably not open be
trv when wounded. . i" January. The A. M. E. parson-
Freddie Ma-lcite, another one of ottri 8Ke is 1,ein repaired. The fo lowing
notes are rrom scott s i;napei: itev.
J. H. Ellis held his first quarterly
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lu u-iith uu hnfiilln sn m,:inv who bad
sins have cornel ,lr:lve "JS aiso reported wounu-
to our beloved e" "ver tnere and is in ca nospimu.
. . ct'M'j l',t. tha linva anlfota.l f.-.-. Ihta
no more. We ire asking an " ' .... .... -w.. c...,oll.u
ay for us that we
iae uroer oi eastern htar visited thO ni- m mniain nt vnnv nluensn nr
Lodge and Chapter here last FrM.nv .,.',. i.,v -i i'i, im,.? ilie churches to tn
evening. An imnosine session nt r. a., , ,,i, tn ,. i mnv rnntduiG to iirav lllld hold up the
each department were held. After!" don't know" when you don't know j nuiiie of Jesus. Rev. Joseph Cainille.j HIGH TRIBUTE TO NEGRO
which a joint session was called. The'nnd to refus-e vour ajse it to or be-; our beloved pastor, is from Louisiana,! SCl-DIERS.
address of Grand Master Strayhorn iPf m what you do not understan d town of Waggonan, Little Zion Bap-
and Royal Grand Patron Adams were :, Are you kind and do you avoid list Church. He was dratted, sent to eAJ'n ,aCCtld:
timely and well received by each loud or uuly words? Camp Pike, from Camp Pike to Camp ea worl I wir tlnn hi Tvll Pohb
member. Resnonse bv Rnv V r n i, f .i,,t f,, rmn i..nrio Inrfev Wat world war than by Iivin Cobb,
1. I . JOnOS ami Sister nn m i, n ill l-nnu- rnn lim.. nna" I Flo ll
rS. Are you modest? Po you avoid and friend
boasting and talking of yourself? son to the Lord and Saviour Jesus
I .11 A.''P you engaged in some use-' Christ.
ful work and do you sava something
I Ill VIV?
Atlanta Hunt. The Globe is tho i
test Negro jer In the south, why
State missionary holds an
The State -Missionary, Rev. J. T.
Collins, hold a missionary meeting
from Nov. 2"j-20. at the Jackson
Street Baptist Church, Rev. H. Ilud
glns, pastor. Thore were different
topics discussed each night along
the line of Mission work. One in
tares timr feature of the meeting was
a paper read by the secretary of the b:ge.
fet. John Baptist Sunday School.
Subject, "Mission Work in the
Church." A number of distinguished
ministers participated in the meeting.
The opening sermon was delivered by
Rev. Moore, pastor of the Hopewell
Baptist Church, followed by Rev.
"Whittaker, pastor of the St. John
Daptist Church and others. Our re
lationship to the Publishing Hoard,
the topic for Friday night, 29th, was
most beautifully discussed bv Bor.
Pitts of Third Avenue Baptist Church
and Rev. J. F. Fuller, pastor of Cedar
Grove Baptist Church. Rev. J. W.
Pitt of Mt. Nebo, preached a noble
sermon for the closing of the meet
ing. His text was "Keep busy."
There was one soul added to the
Jackson Street Baptist Church In the
person of Brother John Smith. Sun
day, the first Lord's day In December,
the pastor, Rev. Henry Hudgins,
preached a good sermon and admin
istered the Lord's Supper to a large
Have vou a sense Df humor?
Are you patriotic;?
Aro you optimistic and cheer
Arc you free from superstition?
Are you in love?
And do you pray?
Chalmers Hairston, Senior
. "VJ Lr , ,,thPf fSer Wh0 Iectures at the R-vman Audit(ir1
a He says, mother taAhcr n ..4 Experiences on
lend, pray that I may lead your FIphtlnB FrontB of-Prance and
. Bro. Homer Wilson, Louir-1 i., ' n. Ma ,nt ii
ville, Ky , Green Baptist Church; Bro. t(?ni , tho nobe t ,n
Percy Blair, Lipscomb a., Beulah of ie troops said M
conference. He preached two able
sermons and addressed the Sunday
school at the close of the missionary
program. Mrs. Willa Vance Blake
more conducted the program. Mrs.
Claudie Rice Sims conducted the de
votional services at the E. L. hour.
Rev. J. A. W, Moore preached at Mt.
Zion at eleven on Thanksgiving Day.
Mrs. Ed Flack of Cleveland, Ohio, Is
mingling with old friends for a few
days. Mrs. Joanna Little Keeble was
in town a few days ago. She will
make her future home in Murfrees
boro. Mrs. Bottle Mason has moved
to Nashville. Both of these ladies
Mrs. Julia Williams, President
Willie Belle Flngg, Vice Prasident
11122 Jeffeson Street
Colored Goods a Specialty
Fuchsia B. Mi'.ler, Seoretary
Marian M. Hadley, Treasurer
makes Sojt, Long,
Silky all Your
riourhs Hair Dresitie'
ii the best ever. It's a
v.-A nrq I hiilr prtiwcr. Keen
, 1 llie scalp licahtiy, hair
J) lor.tr. soft, lustu.tts from
1 AchilcUiood to old skc.
: X. '; stors hair fa'.litir out,
i iliicdnilt and iicliine,
ttesut:ty votirhair wills.
i'f 'f l'lcmclis Hair DreMilia-
(iml r.iow le ts of elosay, ,
f. wavy, beautiful hair
t Aaents Wanted
' V.J ricagh c;-.;i Co.
w W- nanus. nun;
Mr. Cobb: ' wcre S!tr01'" members of our church
Baptist Church; Bro. Jesse Ruckei', .., h;iv1 't t0 flght'erg , quick'. Mr. Elzie Lipscomb attended
Dental Class, Meharry Dental Col-
MOTLOW LEAVES FOR
Mrs. Hattie L. Motlow of 3131
Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, 111.,
who has been here since Nov. 14th,
helping to nurse her only sister, Mrs.
L. J. Merritt back to health, wishes
to thank all of the friends and es
pecially the neighbors on Miller St.,
for their kindness before her arrival
at her sister's bedside and their un
tiring efforts to help after my arrival.
In leaving for home tonight, 1 feel
satisfied that I am leaving my sister
In the care of a Merciful Father and
A bunch of loyal neighbors who will
jtvatch her until she is entirely well..
COLORED TROOPS FOUGHT
In a report to the war department
after the American victory at San
Juan Hill during the progress of the
Spanish war, Colonel Theodore Roose
New Bethany Lai.tist Church; Rev 1). four roplment8 of AmBrlcnn Negroes."
V. btova l, 110 Jackson St.. Nashville, e rrterr(,fl particularly to Henry"
Tenn.-these have been elected as Jo,inson an,, his companion Roberts,
deacons. who received the war cross and for
Here are a rew or tne memoers ot eari, a spePiai ritation before the
Pray for this organization to coctinue.
Lipscomb's school closing at
Hermitage, ie. n., t , i ipu cr the march smarter la disci
Liiurcn; nev. ueoije oiutw, -v. -., nlin lnnro nl,rfn1 ln ...i,... v,nn
Miss Mattle B. "Harris and Miss
Calllne Mans ot Lebanon, Tenn, en
tortnined In honor of Miss Fa,nnie
our church: Robert Payne. Richard whnio Fppnrh nrmv n-tth in mirUHnn i Mai Hoggatt of 724 Bienville, East
Parker, Wlnton Brooks, Wjllie Love, a golden palm, signifying extraordl- Nashville, at their residence, Derwn-
llnlin. ul liam Johnson. Melton lay- nnnr vnin oprnoo tv,o r.gtiri.nnon her 9. lais. uames anu
lor, Rev. Threlkeld, R. F. D. No. 7. ribbon of Johnson's decoration.
In one of his recent articles ir. ric
Saturday Evening ' Post entitled
"Young Black Joe," Mr. Cobb gives a
stirring account of how finely both the
Negro draft and volunteer regiments
E. Martin, the former pas-
were the features of the evening. At
11 o'clock a three course menu was
served. Those present were Mr.
Roger Rucks, Miss Mary Lee Rue :"),
Miss Laura Walker, Charlie Allea,
Mr. Robert Belcher, Miss Lula Mc
Catheran, Mr. R. D. Rucks, Mr. Silis
Morris, Mr. Van HandcocK, Mr. wn
tor of the A. M. E. Church, left last, have rendered their natriotir service,
u i iiiiailn ituo nr Mia pYnrASKlnn. tne HVlflnv fni hia tidvv rhnrpa npnr hnv- IIT rtr.KK H,af i.totta Ut aantn
colored troops fought inobly." Indeed, 1 etteville. Thi was Rev. Martin's I where the draft colored troops were lie Clark, Mr. Robt. Castic, Mr. and
history shoms that this has been their' third year here and his many friends i located, huskv soldiers from lower
constant and enviable record from the; regret to have him leave. Mrs. cMar-, Georgia and South Carolina, with per
time they were given recognition In .tin was an ardent church worker. haps a sprinkling from Florida. Their
the United States, and reports from She was president of the Red Cross commander, a West Pointer, was
the European battlefields indicate Chapter. The places of this good rightly extremely proud of his black
that there have been mo more gal-, couple win be nara to nil. iney nave soldiers, saying
"I'd take a chance on going any
where, with these black soldiers at
my back. So. would any, of the rest
of the officers. We haven't had any
lant defenders of the allied cauise than our prayers in their new field of l&
tihft sons of Ham. bor. Miss Bettie Green and Mr. E. B,
One incident may be cited to showiEshell are on the Blck list. Mrs.
th reverence in which tihe colored Lomle Scott is much improved at this
troops hold the American flag and writing. Mr. Lawson Moore is nome actual fighting-experience yet that'll
the principles it represents. It seems Irom Camp Meade. His many friends come In a week or two when we re
that during one of the advances on'ar6 Elad to have him back. Mrs. lieve a French regiment that's Just
the western front in which a c61-iWinnle Slack and sister, Miss E. P. hero In front of us holding the front
ored regiment was engaged, it became Haraons, are visiting relatives and ( lines' but we are not worrying about
necessary to Issue a "lie flat" order. " wuuaums mm vee.. ui. wnai u nappen wnen we get our Dap
The flagbearer failed to obey the in-jjuna Hammons is in witn me nu .
structlon and was later asked why We hope for her a speedy recovery.
,i. i.u,i t.,o,i fh tnut-notinn tn Or. W. W. Shamborgeur of Chatta-
which he responded: "I could not car-a wunw w a. . tnn egro regiment responded.
rv out aim order to haul down the' Wednesday night for the benefit of These men were not onlv magnlH-
American flag ' H s action in Tstand !the Red Cross. Dr. Shamborgeur ls a cent flRht"rg. but thfev bore them-
rn. n n i. ki ,tinn .attention of his large audience other times.
"r, LT. rZ,Z "7,: ," ;7 throughout his entire discourse. Mrs. Mr. Cobb said: "I used to think
Mrs Anderson Rucks. Mr. and Mrs,
Oscar McCathern, Mr. and Mrs. An
deson Rucks, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mc
tism of fire,
A little later came the chance to
show fighting qualities, and superbly
Gertrude Rhoten of Nashville spent
rUB u" . Ul. luott,"UU8 Ul Monday ln our town. Mr. and Mrs.
tne recent struggle. Coleman Scott left Monday for Fieri-
A recent issue of Leslie s cemtains da where tney wlll 8pend tho wlnter.
an interesting article showing theRev Wm. JerlkIng 8pent Sunday ln
that sitting down was the natural
gait of th tidewater darky: but here,
as anyone who looked might see,
were soldiers who bore themselves
yi v.,u u, u., u.w,,u ;"b'F08tervllle. Many social events ara, thn salute and as sharp set at the
in the war It observes that the beln)f glven ,n honor of Mr 0. Hecu-!drm as anv of their Hghter-skinned
struggle hiaa transformed the American leg Harris of the U. S. Navy, who ls Miow Americans In service any
Negro into the Negro American. jj0me on a fifteen jay furlough. Mr. where"
"Service was held here Sunday
ntirhi nt the C. M. E. Rev. H. J.
Johnson preached a soul-stlrring ser
mon which was enjoyed by all who
heard him. Rev. R. D. Giles wlll
preach at Pilot Knob, Sunday. Go
over and hear him. He ls a fine
speaker. Miss Siophe Lowe of Nash
ville was the distinguished guest of
Mrs. J. H. Walters at Lovedale. Mrs.
John T. Finch is In the city of Nash
ville this week, visiting Mrs. Katie
McHenry. Xmas time Is approaching
get ready and cook those cakes. Rev.
R. D. Giles, the new pastor said he
wished some one would tell old
Santa Claus to stop by here. He ls
a stranger here so you see Santa
Claus don't know him. So tell him
to stop by here and get acquainted.
MRS. ETHEL WADE GORDON ILL
Mrs. Ethel W. Gordon of Pontiac,
Mien., wife of Private Lemuel D.
Goidon, is ill with pneumonia at her
hotoe. Private Gordon Is. also con-
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by December 14, Hampton Institute will organize classes for me
who can meet the school's regular entrance requirements
An opportunity is offered ambitions and serious students, who
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