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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER
1918.
t:T knov money as
Ts it has been thts Christ-
' Notwithstanding te prohibi
-"""Viing cards and Imitations far-
. ...txA hr an vnprt nnnman. C&U
and eee our patriotic designs of Yis
iting cards.
prr TV x? T A T'F TarolAr
INN IS A. CLAUD, i'enman
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dreams
rs-OD for nil
thfin. May 1 be of service tovou?
ftGBNTS W HNTEU
MME. ALYI E H. THOMAS.
3427 Vernon Ave., Chi.-ato, lil
TO
GROW LONG, STRAIGHT HAIR.
You Need a Real Scalp Food.
There are so many so -railed hair
growers on the market, a large lum
ber oi which are nothing more than
perfumed gria.se. it is no owndor ln.
pie ,i;ct discouraged and lose faith in
ali hai.- tonics. In deridin.; ulnt to
use on o.ir snili lu sine and get a
remedy of proven merit. ly's
Qiiinauc is a highly mediealed lmniade
that has stoo.l the test of time. It is 1
a real t-c.ilp fool; it simulates and
noaiishes the roots of tiiu hair.
Qi'.inade is the invention ol an ex
pert rheinis-t and is male under t:;e
suii'fvisio,i of an expe: ience l regis
tered pharmacist. It makes the hair
soil and smooth ami easy to put up
in the style desired.
To g.-t host results from the use of
Quinade it is in.ce-ary to chanip.io
the si alp iilmut every two weeks with
Seel'.v's IJiiina-oap. liuiaasoaii is made
entirely out of pur vegetable oils,
piiiK ipall eo: i aimt oil, and is a thor
ough licun.ser. I'uimiMiap lathers
very freely. It leaws the hair soft
and Unify and imparts a refreshing
feeling to the scalp unequalled by any
other shampoo.
Ho not aci-.'pt any substitute, but
insist on getting Kecby's Quinade and
Secbv 's Quiiiasoap, asking for them
by the full nam''. Trice is 2 cents
each. If jour druggist or dealer does
Hot slock theM' two arlii les, ask him
to obtain them lor you from his
wholesakr. or send us (he price and
we will mail them to you. See-by
Dra,' Co.. ': Kast i::nth street, New
ork t'ity.
Till-: NUN I'AKIKI. ART CU'li
The N'oanariel Art Club held their
fil'.-t ilecemlier meeting vith .Mis.
K. I'.rjalit of I1 nd Ave., S as lloste.--.
Alter t'ae foriu.il npeniiii; and collec
tion of dues a work and soel'il hour
w,, vi. joyed. A full iiicmber.dlij) was
lire-cut with the following a gnt.-:t;:
-MesiKmies Lawrence. Kiliot. Ur.i;u
(.livens, r.oyd. t'rawfo-d, M. K
Hr.vunt. Jr., Dawson, '1 yrvt .leiiusoa.
Hawkins, Dis. I'olciiuin an 1 Well;.
A delirious salad and ice cu'Tse. w
served, "i he yue-,n w ere :mvni.-d
ine ciug s coiois in nature, a n
nation ami fern. Tic n,-; i);; e
1 er im-e! iug will be w ith .Mrs. t'lici
Mini, 1 1 r. Dh.l Ave.. S., Km;. :;j
l'lease all ne. iiibcrs be I'resuit. !!:!.
i .'mi of importance.
:bar!tivo micra. nrobibition dtns not ino
i'. i Jewelrj i hibit. Te early ending of the v. ar,
d Jewelry fori the return of some of the boys from
jiMnvp, tp exipiej return of others.
have produced an exuberance of joy
tht has niair.fesled itself In lavish
expenditure. Our folks have been
the biggest spenders, however. Vr.
Pee Cooper of Kansas City is here
visiting his sister. Sergeant Alex
ander Hillsnian has arrivd at New
York from over seas. He will spend
the holidays here. Mrs. L. H. Mc
Adams of the State Normal is here
for a few days. Mrs. H. A. Dow-ell of
citv school his gone to Martin,
Tenn., on a visit to her husband.
Miss Tauline Davidson is here from
Nashville. Mr. Arnett Murray is
home from Nashville. Mrs. Leta
(Knott) Johnson, and husband
Nashville arc here from Nashville.
.Mrs. Cora (Mall) Sawyer of Nash
ville is here. Hey. J. N. Carter, pas
tor of the A. M. K. Church was
quietly married Saturday night. Hev.
J. A. V. Moore olliciating. The!
bride came direct from Spartanburg,
South Carolina. She is a graduate ot
the Son: h Carolina State School. Mr
(.RO (URU5 W1U( imUFS
Thuirts' H:nr I'ye i ahjo-
Unely liKrmms ai U wul n.ake i the
llteilair Kriiw. Nol'i villi a
color Prut .Bu. Samples, 25i
coin ItV.' postuile.
If you a-e '' kind of scalp
troubr. dPM.-riho your i'h-8K-al
conaiui ana a iamp
will hrini! you itt. raiun . he
dividual attention to e.-u-h
rae. Oon'l pi uul faith to
and it!unra,,t aupetstiiai on. 'Ihrrsna
ills aid a tec lor imatcl
observations In France alone would
make Dr. Morgan a drawing card,
but all who know him know tat he
is a splendid speaker and a man ot
rich and full Christian experience.
It would be a wonderful opportun
ity any time to bear Dr. Morgan,
but this lime it is doubtly so. Good
music will be a feature of the pro-grani.
DEATH OP MR, WILLIS KEY
After a brief illness Mr. Willis
Key of this city passed into the
great beyond this week. Ho was the
brother of Mr. M. H. Freeman, uncle
of V. H. Freeman, Jr., of liirniing
ham. Hurial services over the re
mains were held Friday morning,
December -J7th. from the family res
idence. 12tiJ ;!rd Ave.. S. Mr. Key
was the butler in the Sperry family,
and had been with the same familv
Of ! f ir mum Minn I'.irfv vivn-
-irs, jots planum, iio i ii5
deacon Stanton, is yet ill.
The "Flue" ban wa lifted last
Sunday nd the churches once more
weer permitted to gather in worship.
William Cheers, acting pastor otj
First Baptist Church, used lsa. 9:: :6;
us tvxt lor Xmas sriiioii te tneme
being "The Ke.d Gin."
The tlieuie for Sunday a. m.. Decem-j
Ur 2:nh Is "Where Is God?" j
Mrs. W. C. Cheers and Master Leo:
Jol"son, her nephew, left for Mill-!
edgeville. Ga., o spend Xmas sithj
parents and grandparents. Mr.'
Cheers has taien a degree since
bachelor, but docs not seem to be;
mastering bis degree. Mrs. Cheers i
may spend all of the Crintmns pro-
vided Mr. Cheers succeeds in nias-j
tering his degree. I
WAR HISTORY
KY KFIJ.Y MQ1II
f alia all akoat U wars it U fair U
lorcd eopls nwytut tnxjtl a tr
Bialoi. Miier. CuLOSJUU JLlN NO
BLACKER. trM. w caolc t aUtar ll
ytotorwi; ipiU makina; IT t 111 par
A&7. Sana at ick. far Maafi eota
ftmU tit.
AUSTIN JENKINS CO,
m tt u waaiim Bk a
I WANT AGENTS
KKV. C.
C. ADAMS OF NORTH
CAROLINA
Among the notable visitors
were in the city ibis week was
C. C. Adams of Charlotte. N. C.
I stopped over and visited friends
I . ! t l .. I
CM
who
Kev.
who
and
J. A. W. Moore ot t ie M. E. Church 1 . , ., , .v. , .
, n ,. , ,,, ,,, mm, ' Kev. Aiiius is the brother-in-law ot
is also a ce lege graduate. I hese , ,, ,, .. ,, ,, ,. .
,. ... . ,, ,,, ,., i, ,i J'r. and Mrs. K. H. lo on. He is a
Lillll.1 111 niiiiiii .I..- i'v liiinu m ifuii
in our community life.
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MR. R. Y
Waslii'ig
Mr. liinry
Na-lnille
Dear Uroi'.i
TliOMPSON
TI1K G 1.0 in-:
ten. D. C , IV
Allen Heyd.
, Tentl.
i-r lioyd:
l'KALSKS
e. 1!), la IV j
Your "Victory Number" of the ,
NaMivile Globe is a opbudid produc-i
tio'.i, croiliatiiie alike the iuielli-j
Icctuai forces who have put it over,
and to the mechanical genius w ho i
have given form ami visahle body to I
the thought and erudition of the ed- j
iiorial staff. You have given a fine'
and prominent setting to the article i
by nie on my very eltcient and broad !
visioned chief, and 1 am highly proud j
ol having a Hand m Hie work ot
sincere evidences of approval. 1 am
which the country has given so many
always glad to be of service to you
whenever opportunity presents it
self. The Globe is a great, journal, and
is doing a mint of good for the race
wherever it circulates. It is a great
former .Tennessean, and pastured
some of the best churches in the west
ern portion of this slate. Since leav
ing the city, and taking up his res
ilience in the old north state, he has
ideiiti'ied hinisilf with the forward
movements among the Baptists of
North Carolina. His wife passed
throi'.gii the city about a month ago
with her little t'.aughter. and will
join him at Humboldt.
To make big momy Belling l.acaoln per
fumes, lititlt brown face powder.cold cream
mtMU'liu'k. spies, extract clc, Tvruia and
'sumplti facial s.np tiio.
THE PURPLE RIBBON CLUB. I LACASMAN COMPANY
The l'urple Ribbon Design Club, n , l- i i
of the Second T.aplist Church met s , LOUIS no.
with Mr. and Sirs. Wv.field ut their'
residence on Stevens street, lXcem-:
her IS, 1'JIS. The bouse was called,
to order by the president Mrs. Am isj
who introduced our belyoved pastor,
Dr. G. B. Taylor, D. L., who gave
ll. e club a very interesting talk
which was enjoyed by all. We are1
sorry to lose one of our devoted .
members, ML-a Clark. vhr has left1
the city to make liiiUan.';olis her
home. The hostess served a dcUci-
ous two course menu. No.v meni-
bets taken in by tthe club was Mrs.i
il. L. Have,:. The club adjourned lo;
it the rtsideiue of Mrs. Ran-:
on Division street, ajnuary f.:
SKIN VH1TENER
f A few pphctiou vrul make your tla tKaoe
Not tm!v doe it wtitea dark ot brown aim. b4 ft
dean laCow cotnplexiooia removing all Uemuhea and leaving the aida fair
and cfL
Ta keep rout ik wrjt toft aod beaotL'dl Imy a eaL ! Dr. Palnaar'i SKIN WiO
ENER SOAT . Vted in coanecrjoo with the omrment. yw tkia wJl ba tin irlnirTiri aaJ
anTTol root rriendu DO NOT ACCEPT IMITATIONS.
I be pica h ot advanced. Itn25eaactw AI Toa onggnt a, at ant ffinc4 aaaa
teoeipt oi purciiaaa pdca.
Sloan's LirJmc-nt
punch tl-.at re
rhcu:natio tv
has
loves
Manufactured by
JACOBS' PHARMACY CO.
Atlanta, Ca.
AGENTS WANTED
Writ for On libaral Ta
LL
ORFataPALMCMlaV
sxinwhitekeh sow
"While ho is at the frorttt
vill take care of you."
i meet
j dolldl
I ll'l'.t.
C. O. P. WOMEN OPEN HEAD
QUARTERS IN WASHINGTON.
This ware-. ')-"o ::., cot
catterins cir ion :;e' i
edy penetrates :. :...'?..; jr. , ,-.
the aching r..:d brin.; rt'.'i.k'r
Mrs. J. M. Kasterlins of Chatta
nooga. Tenn., is s;iendinK the Christ
mas season with her mother. Mrs.
Kmm.i Il.tttle of 1 7 -"t Scovel St.
Mr. Ira Davis of Chicago. HI .
spendin.!; the Christinas with his
mot'iei- and father, Mr. and Mrs.
lMvis of Harden St.
Will Cooperate with National Com-;
mittee in Organization and Policies.
Was
nio-t
i incuts
'liiarke
v ,
I III. 1. K. CTMMINS I1KKK
rrofessional and business men
were shakiiiK hands this week with
Dr. H. 1'. Cummins, of Savannah,
Tenn., who came to put a patient in
the Cott.w Hospital. Dr. Cummins
is a Ki'aduate of Meharry, Class I i 1 4 .
Sine leaving the city, and locating ut
Savannah, he is reported to have
buili up a .meat practice. Savannah
is a prosperous city in Southern
Tennesse, and is on the line of North
Mississippi and northern Alabama,
Incited on the Tennessee river. Dr.
Cummins is to leave tha last of the
wick lo resume his practice there.
ains'on, D. C. 'One of tie
important political develop-!
of it' in closi".. days of a year
d by Important political de-j
M'lopmeirs is the announcement ot
the organization of thci Kepublieai;
Women's National Kxecutivc Com-:
nii'tee, and I'he opening of their Na
tional Headquarters at l.tiJIl ll!
'tn-et. this city. Mrs. Medill McCor j
mie!;. wile ot Cnitt'l Stales Senator-'
elei t iedill McCormick, of Illinois,!
is chainnau of the cominittee. i
"Tlie purpose of organizing a Re
publican Woimv's National KxeciK
tive Committee," said Chairman I
liajs, of the Republican National
Committee, when asked concerning
the m ivenumt, "is to act with the
Republican National Cominittee in
planning wavs i:r.d means of making:
cirtain t'.ie fullest possible participa-!
iuicly, cieaniy
external pan.j, -; .- . r.. ,
ness, beaJacIic, iaml..'
Get your bvti'.e to-:
means much. ;s,u r
by tiitm, Keoo ! !
family. The 1 i.- b i
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IS ccnni
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30c,
GOc, $1.20.
tion by Republican women in the
party's affairs."
The new headquarters is designed
Nashville's (iolil Star
lioll.
ll'.. Akin 11. Cameron
etirv .1 iiii.m.
'ten Cart-r
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COTTON C1NNKD l'UlDll TO DivC. I
l. li'i.s ANiitir ix t''..;.'kssi:k j
Director Sam L. llodger.-'. of !l;t-
reau of the Census, ni-partmeni (Jf I
Couiuorce. announces the prelimin
ary li j n ! L of c:itton ginne 1 by coun
ties, in Tennessee, for crops of 1 :i j s
and lllli. The report, was mad" !
puolic for the stale at. In a. m., on
Monday. December it, 1H1S.
(Quantities are in running ha!
a D. 11.
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Lincoln .
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MaiUoil .
Obboi ...
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GRKKN HALL AND . LKX.1A
MARTIN HOXORK.D
The men employed at Old Hickory
works in Mr. Green Hall's depart
ment gave a luncheon Monday at
noon, Dec. 2"., at H"nry Green's
r, rt n.. L,.ll.,.. Ol 1 ...1
u?'i i , iin-ii t I'll I'liiu-i J .1': : Mill- i
ville, Tenn., in honor of Air. Hall mid
Mr. Martin an associate foreman.
Mr. Ira Kelly lliiford was master of
ceremonies and made every one feel
that they were having a good time.
Mr. Jackson Morgan, known as the
boy's friend, blessed the bountiful
table of good eats, then all joined in
einging, "We're Here." Mr. Bi art
ley Orr and Mr. W'm. Mclntyre made
five minute talks on Mr. Hall ns a
foreman, followed by one minute
talks from Jackson Morgan. Wm.
Foster, Jas. Foster, Levy Crutcher
field, Henry Green, Robert German,
Emniett Woods and Andrew Dobson,
Mr. Andrew Turner of the bachelor's
department made a pointed talk.
The Dupont Male Chorus was next
and created a sensation of laughter
when they sang a song as a tribute to
Martin and Hall, by W. H. Hollins.
Mr. Benjamin Martin was Introduced
ftinld great applause. He also de
livered a timely and wholesome ad
dress. Mr. Martin and Mr. Hall had
the care of housing thousands of
workmen at Old Hickory. The Job
was not too large, they handled it
perfectly. Mr. W. H. Hollins next
introduced and very fittingly in a few
words presented Mr. Hall with a nice
check from the boya. Mr. Hall re
sponded with a deep feeling of grati
tude. All adjourned, singing "Good
Bye."
IH".. Will
reiei'i nee lo
.Vet-tins'.
M'tiiy l'!iri.-.Uuas
of yti-.ir gve.it 8ti
ccaiiiS .veal', I am
First Ll'
Sc-ut. 1
Cole, live
H-o t Coop' r
Will D..vis
Cha-. 1V.-V son
i. inc. Hi Mock.-!
Licit J. Sillli.:,'
Lieut. .Chit Ov.
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John 1
Cbn
Lieut. C.eori;e . lain!:. Jr.
1- te n
fVlni
Dan asaniali
II. I'liiti m Kiliot
.). W. M-rrran. Jr.
Arthur I.. McCaniphell
Win. N. Knox
Joshua o. Gatlin
Cap;. Leonard llarl
.lu-tin O. Lyell
Lieut, lti'itt Journey
Gcors'' William linger
ICrnest Gilliam
I.e Roy Ray
li tfoi'.l W. Jackson
Carer Milam
William James Doimhue
Ccorne It. Gerard
Lawrence A. Wair
Lieu;. Richard Graham
Claud S. Raymer
,1 m.es William Turbervillo
Howard Iirane Smith
Fred Hathaway
L. M. Walton
Marke Gooile
M irsh il Caul
ul Vial
Olive
Ol'H
Winston Bailey
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.nle Frierson. Jr.
ut. ('lav G. Stephens
Georee Gerard
A!.:i,'i' J's'a'
Lieut . Ji e 1 ia laid Uo
S.'i;..;. John W. Head
ll.irion A. Itiiiir
Serst. E. li. Bradley
Fail i:v.,us
1 I. If:. lid O. I'lUH
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Tlcin is Frith
h '-'t. W. .1. Stiii'C Ji'
Land: ii'c Caldwell
Atin"L) ediverm.ili
.1. :!. I'ait.'rshn
art'.' 'i He.'
Lieut .
Guy I
F'.ilie. S!., uo:i
Sayinoer I la i!
Lieut.
Geo: s
.-'erst
Fr ink
Lieut.
:-:'."A.
Licit
S--1-: t . J. Louis Moore, Ji'-
Corp.
' "iert
M';lo!u:
Kins J- Smith
Al" imler Hush
Henry lle'.uiins, Jr.
Corp. Toliey Karmer
Irwin Small
Frank Aiiihony Kerrigan
John Wilson Filson
Lieut S'lir'ev D. r.ohannou
John N. ".'bite
(L A. f .'
Coip. V.'tll L. Davis
G.'or'e W iHiam.-.
B;e;l.;r E.-nct Maddux
Cook llenr .Inrrtiin
(',.'.;). Al'iber.s N. White
The Globe will appreciate notice
of a".;.- mi-t.ori.j; names of N ish
vjl'.e h":-ocs who have fallen in
Franc or, died in this country
.'.nee ciiLtihent or draft.
must so largely depend for efficient
workers in nurleulture aiad other fields
oi essential labor, are hard hit by tht
war, the necessary war-appeals hav
ing quite overshadowed them in the
minds of their former helpers. Al
the same time the high cost of living,
land government calls for helpers at
I a living wage, have deprived these
i schools of many ot their best teach
1 ers, who have for years "from sheer
devotion to the work, served for
small salaries."
j These schools, "both of the aendem
I ic amd the industrial type, need nion
i ey urgently; not only tor the neces
sary work they have been doing tor;
years, buti to provide the special train-
insr imperatively needed for large
mnubeis of colored people in the war
emergency" and in the no less exi
gent emergency of world construction
folhrwing peace. The Bureau of L'du
cation lists, in Bulletin 1 H 1 'J, No. US
;!:i, all colnfed schooli'.. with descrip
tions and recommendations. The Bu
ivau will gladly supply ir. format ion
to any one who is interested.
Tiie prosperity of bij; business and
liia development largely depends, and
especially in the Souh, on ttie charac
ter, training and ellicioney of our mil
lions of colored workers arid citizens.
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CITY ITEMS.
.M.'ss Mary I'iksloa of Buiisvile.
iy '.'.ill arrive in the city Saturday
in spend a week with her mother anil
friends.
I'ri-ate J.esse Howard and Miss
Scnr 11a Shann were quietly marrie l
at the home of the britk's parent
.Mrs. Uz.ie Siiannon, ii:!". Wool s rae',
Ber. 2' Hev. II. M. Burns o lie ated.
The youni! couple are roptilar num
bers of Tabernacle Baptist Church.
.l;r-i. 11. ib 'l'ta Crawford, wife of
('int. Criwf'rd, who is now in
1'rnice. 1 n't the city bi-t week, after
hiving been not i li : 'il of her brother's
il.ir-' O'ous illiu-s. She went direct
to ilouhani, Texas, her home. It was
learned that she lost the race with
no death aneel as ner nro. tier used
before she reached her destination..
While
ourse
here she was taking
in voice culture and
:.-i ?- core;- for t!-e KeiviblVnn worn-1
n of a-e 1'nb. il St ite-i. It will in I
i hide office.: for Jhe tv.nimiltse. ni-i-
o.ieh S'u . ii ':' luinmrily ns a club-:
roo in for iinpublican women living if I
or vii-ing in Washington, all ot
whom are urged to make the fullest'
possible use of it. The- rooms wi'-l !
ivo a touch oi Home lite to nun
DR. II. II. FREEMAN '
Among the visitors in Nashville j
this week was Dr. M. II. Freeman of
Birmingham, Ala. Dr. Freeman is
a graduate of Meharry Medical Col
lege. Class of 1SI05. He is also a
a specal (lrc,s of ,o()meTi ;now engjiced in
nu.sic. "war work" in Washington, affordirg
j them facilities as a meeting place for
i themselvos and their friends. The
cominittee expectls to establish a bu
reau of Information, to which Repub
Mean women of any part of the coun
try are invited to write for informa
tion on1 party and public affairs.
The first work to which the com
mittee will address Itself will be tha
ir;,If JT!1JS organization, not only to suffrage
the Tennessee College. Ho is a
native of this city, but since he
finished his education he took up hia
residence in Alabama. He is one of
the moving spirits of the Negro
Civic and Educational Welfare Asso
ciation, under whose auspices the
55th Anniversary of the Freedom of
the American Negro in an Emancipa
tion Celebration will be held in Bir
mingham New Year's Day. Dr.
Freeman was mingling with his
friends here for three days, although
he came one a sad mission to be
present at the burial of his uncle,
Mr. Willis Key. He leaves the city
Friday night.
Miss Frankelena Bumbrey of San
Antonio, Texas, reached the city
luesilay night. She is the guest of
Airs. Mayberry of Heffernan St
Miss Bumbrey is the sister of Mr
Lewis Bumbrey, a former resident of
Nashville, but who is now in the
railway mail service in Texas, and
of Mr. Milton J. Bumbrey of one of
the prominent men of San Antonio,
I Texas. Miss Bumbrey wa here some
j years ago and was given much social
courtesy.
MURFREESBORO NEWS.
DR. CARY MORGAN TO SPEAK AT Mrs. Edith Green of North Court-
Y. M. C. A. land street, is a little better this
Dr. Cary E. Morgan, one of NaBh- week.
ville's leading ministers, will ad-1 Mrs. Florence Gill, Evergreen St.,
dress the men's meeting of the Col- Is 111.
ored Y. M. C. A., Sunday, January i Rev. Joseph Saunders who has been
6th, at 4 p. m. Dr. Morgan It will very ill Is improving,
be recalled retrned from France Just Mire. Be'.lde Murray la up again.
In time to help In the United "War IMIrs. N. P. Ganaway Is still ccpfln
Work Campaign. His experience and ed to her room.
States, but in every state of the
lUaii-xui, EmphaiVs is (placed on the
fact th'jit the women are not to be or
ganised separately. The plan is to
co-operate with the Republican Na
tional chairmalii 'and assist him In
perfecting his organization, to In
clude women, so that in meeting the
reconstruction problems' .and form
ing the policies the party tivay have
(the benefit of the women's advice
and assistance.
TIIE BLACK MAX STOOD BAT.
The war did more for the Negro
American than had bean accomplished I
in several decades of peace. He de
monstrated that ho could fight, that
his willingness and capacity for work
were uulim.ted; that he could easil;.
! adapt himself to strange surroundings,
and that he understood the purpose
of Liberty Bands, which he almost In
I larii.bly bought until it actua'.'.y and
; ,i'i: itively "hurt."
i, One of the most glorious thinrs that
, happenel to the Negro, however, was
5 the revelation of his absolute unshak
j able loyalty to the Stars and Stripe..
I Evidence adduced before the Senate
j committee now sitting shows that
! C..;r;u;.n propagandists failed misorab
J ly In their effarts imong the blocks.
1 That they operate! principally
i among the plantation Negroes of tho
I South and there made no headway
' whatever is significant. It is a fiplon
j did tribute to the Americanism of the
Negro.
It m'g'.it be supposed that among
men and women who are not regular
readers of the newspapers, who trust
ita the "grapevine." which makes a
v,!:e;e-:s station of every cabin, forj
most of their information, the fairy
talis of the paid Oerman agents would
find f'Ttile ground.
But the Negro s'oad pat. "You
have no country," w;i3 an insidious
remark that was dinned into his ears
night and day. "You'll never get your
Liberty band money back," was another
"You'll get forty acres of land if the
Germans win," they were told. And
they were assured that victory for the
"humane" Germans meant a.n end of
all hanging and Instant levelling of all
social lines in the United States.
Many white "intellectuals" In the
North succunlbled to sophistries and
lies, but those black millions did not.
Their hearts proved pure gold and
they stood by Uncle Sam. The secret
service needed no special trains for
Negro excursions to internment camps,
WAR HISTORY
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BIBLE THOUGHT
WITH
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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DR.
CLAXTON ON COLORED
SCHOOLS.
Washington, D. C. The Commls
slcirver of Education, a Southern mati,
issues an official statement of the war
time needs of colored echooto A few
are widely known and well supported;
and more have an assured, though In
adequate income from denominational
and private sources. "But," to quote
Dr. Claxton, "many of the best private
schools, including especially the effec
tive small schools of the Industrial
type, are Independent In character,
and have no Income except from do
nations." These Bchools on which the South
his great little volume is worthy
a place in any library. The
minister that has cot the t:me to
peruse the Eible daily should car
ry this most helpful Httle book,
vitb him at all times. Though
the questions asked are very deep, the answers
are very clear an i easy to understand.
In theso times of higher education this book
of valuable information hold3 a position near
the top. We only have a limited number of
the last edition on hand.
These may be Iiad for 25 cents each
SEND ALL ORDERS TO
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD
R. II. BOYD, D. D Secretary
i.,
523 Second Avenue N , ' Nashville, Tenn.
It is that same Inborn spirit of loy
alty to the government that has pre
vented the I. W. W. from gaining con
verts among the blacks of the South,
no matter how poor they are or how
unjust their position economically.
The southern Negro who remained
at home to till the field was proud of
his part in the war. He was quick to
realize a situation which he expressed
thus: ' ,; ,
It Is true that he often takes ad
vantage of this supposed simplicity as
a convenient camouflage in an argu
mentative pinch. But watch your step
before you pick a plantation darky
out for a "boob."
Ask the Kaiser.
Chicago Herald and Examiner.
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PLEASANT GREENrMETOKAS.
The Me'okas of Pleasant Gre?n
Biptist Sunday School have'beei do
ing g eat owrk until tnoy were haltel
because of the Influenza. But will
start the new year rijght'and we ask
all members to com 4 out to our next
meeting, as there is lots of business
to be transacted. The electloi of of.
fleers Is to be held. All members are
urged to be on hand at this, meeting,
which will be held at Brother Fell
ll,i,lln'o ,D1lan.A ' ' 1 KftC Tn .I..AN
street, Thursday night, Jan. 2, 1919,
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