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c C. l?. CV2SKXS, Business Manager.
KntereiJ as second class matter a?
the ?o*t OHlce at Charleston, W.
\*ndCr Act' of Congress oC
M^rch 30, 1870.
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>$&mcc: Iioowi XOtK.of P. Building,
f I?hjme 2185.
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By mail, six mouths $1.00
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<? ? < \ *' '< ?"* ;* '*? "*? "i
- ? For Pucsident,
Theodore; Roosevelt, of New York
; r. i >; a. <>. Fo? / Vice President.
. , . Ulratp Johnson, of Californltt.
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For GJovernor,
>. t>r. jf. J>. Hatfield.
For Secretary of State,
m ?; v .iStuart F. Reed.
Foi Kupt. of Free Schools,
>!. P. Shawkey.
For Auditor,
iohn S. Dart.
'dbprnmitedoner 1 of Agriculture,
Howard E. Williams.
For Attorney Ocneml,
A. A. Lilly.
> For Stale Treasurer,
E. L. Long.
For ConjsreN*nuin-at-Larg?\,
Howard Sutherland.
For Judjges of Supreme Court,
George PofTenbarger,
Ch&9. VV. Lynch.
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For Congress, Third District,
" ? Samuel B. Avis.
vv~For^tat>e Senate, 8tb District, 1
E. T. England. <
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; JVUjiciAJi TICKET. j
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l-'or tliulge of Circuit Court. I Oth
'f <. , S? C. Burdette. 1
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For Sheriff,
V u Bonner II. Hill.
For Prosecuting Attorney,
?r TUps. C. Townsond.
For County Commissioner,
l>r. M. P. Malcolm.
x x: V 4 For Assessor,
Henry A. Walker.
F01 UoiiMi of Delegates,
\h *. v Jdtui .Bannister,
if v C. Reynolds,
Adolph E. Schorr,
A. C. Vandine,
W. \V. Wertz.
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For Justice of the Peace.
C. W. Dering.
Marion GilchriHt.
For C^Mista.bl?\
G.' I). Ac roe,
. ; Uansford F. Jenkins.
BKW?nwN<; tiik
. Of. cows o, in . v i o t\- of the wide- ;
? Styrfcad and Well-founded belief .bat
thev Ttofl'-'j&lfiiulslfatlbn will eom?.4 to,
an ingloMbtW "rt?i oti March ItVnext
,..r Hxv ?hil V/ate.fyi-Ktandin^ candidate
to?' the- Offbe recently vioat>:d by Mr
v<3>irua Fi$Ul Adams, would not have
jUbeepted iv at thiw lAtn ddfe. Sfil). ii
<looa aeem that Mr Tal't com Li li'aVe
done no le s ihan to have offered it tc
gb^sc^'.afiing back in tb> - ight i<?:- when
youttt and fiery Mo^uenee
him tW^ftnbrlqtVGt ''boy orator"
Mr. Waters hn<* l>eeu one of the moat i
s^pxttxinffnt, among t Uf^ NegroW support- '
je -Republics.*.* party in \Ve?Ht VI r- ;
No aatfc-mbly of It'* pubilc&nft
of his ward to statue c'ou
seouied complete till the "bo}
mounted the rostrum,, and
t htttttiH. "had told Ihei ex
ouk that the Republican
^ould \osi so long; u? thf
iii ii.' myriad eifcKp
21. 5' ' ?' . ?';' "<r.
iiai> held si)(;l\ otfiei}? aa
?aaco p^&j^jW/ee Of the
1 Oouneil. dork of the
? of the &ou<-'<? of <M*
f' - ? , - ,
( agates and star? senate, librarian of tlu
?house, corporation clerk' in the'offtot
;of secretary or stale, deputy Ignited
Slates marshal, reading clerk of. about
.all the Republican state conventions
since that nominating George Wesley
A kin on, official si. condor of guberna
torial noininatu.ns, sergeant-at-arms
or doorkeeper of the last three ftepub
licau national conventions. Now, he i
assistant clerk of the Suptf ftu>>CouTt
ot Apprals ot the state and secretary
ot the advisory committee to ;o? Re
publican national committee.
With this record of years of service
to the par y? bacl^d by the * iitlors?>
mcnt of governors, senators, ochres
:non, a cardinal, a bishop, Boolter T.
Washington and hundreds of smaller
fry, no shi' d his hat into th ?v ring
when I)r. Furniss sought to be ro
Uevcd of the Haitlcn mission. He di
rected the president's a tent ion to his
availability w :en the deputy register
of the v* asurv was reported to be iu
curablv iil, and hi? friends fell sure
that if none of the "Black Cabin e
could be crowbarred loose from their
Jbbfl something new would be coated
for Phil.
Hut not so. No. not. so. *
Tjie first time anything above a jan
i^orship i> to be filled the <3 rand Old
Pa ty in the person of President Taft
casts its eyes above and beyond tile
hills ot West Virginia over into the ?
swamps of Arkansas and lights:
ov some fellow called ?Strictlaiid.
Forsootih, history Joes not record
that this fellow Strickland ever ren
dered one .tenth of one pier.
' ont of the service to his party
that is checked up to the
^ red it of our fellow citixen.
Wo (Strickland) is not reported to'
^ave ever seconded the nomination
>f a candidate for governor, nor to
iave been a doorkeeper in a national
convention, nor. to have made the
iv el kin ring with the praises of the
Republican "pahtee." To be per
fectly frank, dear reader, "Who is
?Vho" does not contain his name.
f-Yom the information that comes to
his office he is a tonsorial arti6t, H m
>iy this ani nothing more.
But no thoughtful Negro in \Vest
Virginia will find fault with Mr. ;
raft because he made Mir. Strickland ;
issistant register oi the treasury; for *
tfr. Strickland cones from Arkannaa, ;
i state which has never cast a Re- -i
publican electoral vote since Hector i
a pup. Out here in West VI r- .
Jiaia we have become accustomed to
mch treatment. After seeing Mr.
Henry Lincoln Johnson, of disfran
chising Georgia, inade recorder of
leeds of the District of Columbia, "and :
VIr. McKunlay , of the di&fgranchise'J
district of Columbia, made Collector
>f Customs at Georgetown, would it
!>ot be Presumption on our part to
4x;poct to see a Negro from West Vir- ;
?inia, where the Negroes hold the [
valance of power given recognition, ?
^en though that Negro is the sec- I
rotary or tee acl v i h 6 r y ~co mWr f&T oT j
the .Republican national -committee? ?
\ow , wouldn't *t ibe presumption?!
Ask Mr. Taft. F: i the love of Mike :
Ion t ask Mr. Waters, w:ho is still
wrestling with the self-propounded ;
1 u est ion "Do it pay?" Does it pay 1
to cling longer to an orgnni nation
which has proven io be so ungrateful
as the "Republics n party of the na-(
t i on ?
Hefore another issue of The Advo
cate Is published-, the momentous
question of what party shall 'Jirect
the destinies of the nation during'
the four $*ears beginning March ith, ?
next, will have b-.rn decided. Which '
will be the successful party, no !
human beings knows Many there are 1
who protend to know, basing their t
knowledge u?on ^ne results of straw
ballots, prr?J?9'sipc of party leaders
und their own nopes. In campaigns
of the prist such thods of forecast
ing the final result have not }>een
without weight ar: .1 they have been'
found fairly reliable. But the moot ?;
astute pol'tlclan secretly confesses'
now tii at he is ^ea, that the polit
ical condition tod.vy is without pr^Ce- '
dent, aud that th ? forecast of tb^ tyiro
in as likely to prove correct on the
morning of the Mxth of November
as his own. ? '
Oat of the mate of d,oubt tb&tc
looms up. a cerxitirtty so largo that H
can not be ignored. ' That certainly
is that Mr. Taft will not be re-elect*
aw hag been firiiriiy believed by
every impartial observer since he
received the* stolen nomination at
Chicago, in .Jnitfe,, at the hand* of
the boLJest set of political highway
men that ever dlagfaced the party.
Since Mr. Taff's chances are prac
tically nil, why vote for him? Those
Negroes who sav thtfy frill support
hi tn are bound merely bj the fetish of
party regularity, ihey have always
MOted the UepttbM* an ticket and fc'ili
do so 1111 they die. A nice kettle of
fish: ' It mnUer.< not to them that the,
ttfcpubltcan partv 6f tlie nation has
jl<>ng sjnee deserted fhem to the tetl
! der mercies of tlicir avowed political
, enemies to d<) with as they choose.
They'tiavo ,al'w t \v been Republicans
fttid'tb'eV ek.peCt to be Republican*
j till , they <11?. A tor/Mlr. *faft
: is half a vote for Mf. Wilson, but
t he\ have always l>^en fteyiublicnnn
I 1 =
: and they fcxpect lo remain Republi
cans tiU they die. Mr. Taft's Negro
; policy and the acquiescence thersin
: of his advisers has given a mighty
? impetus to Illy whitelsoi, but they
| have alwsys been Republicans and
' expect to remain Republicans till
they die.
Not one of this roac.'onary band
can give a coherent reason why he;
el in its to the sinking ship of RepUbb
ltcanispi ' They roll as a sweet
morsel under theJr tongues "th^ say
ii>g of Frederick Dcuglasa -tfcat the
Republican party Ik the ship all olao i
the se* ' At the tlftie fheae words
were spoken they were the goa^fcl i
? truth, but not no-v, ijot now. The i*es- i
sel of which Dov.&iass spoke is now a
water- logged derelict every sail in tat :
ters, her bottom full of barnacles j
and her masts traiiihg over her sides. ?
In place of the frallatat crew which i
. , ? , . . * . v\
manned her in Hie days of Douglass ?
is a band of p ->lit*tral pirates who.;
have made Justice walk the plaiVk, j
ard the old hulk !? rapidly drifting.'
before the hos'.ie winds of an out
raged ?;>nblic conscience toward a (
timely end. j
fcVom this hoax ^-breaking picture,!.
Took towards the tast where appears i
u.pon the horizon another scene-'? a i
super tireadiiaugt.t, flying at her
masthead the Stars anj Stripes upon
which is ins.vibei "Progressive j
Party," manned by a fearless, well J
trained crew and vrommauded by the !
bravest, greatest, captain that ever j
walked a bridgo. On. its docks Is
safety. To remain on "the old "derelict,
is sure destruction.
Which shall it I e?
In a speech ai oe crematory, Wed- [
nesdny night, Mr. Allen DeHJonney, '
who is striving to lead Negro voters !
with beer as a oair. into the trap x.lid
for them by th'i Democratic party,
overdM himself -nd made an Appeal
Bo rank that it would have nauseUed
hi& hearers had ' hty tiot already been ;
sickened by the odors arising ffom j
their surroundings. Truly the ere- i
matory, where the garbage o? the ,
city is disposed of, was the appropri- j
ate place for ^lv. DeHonney and his'
Jk *
arguments. . ... ?
He minimizes the dangers of dis
franehisement under Democratic rule
and ondorsed th^. separate coach lfi^s j:
of the southern Ftates, saying that
the accommodations <provi<Jed for the j
colored people ar-j as good as those i"
for whites and, that being the chse, ! ,
Vf ,,a ' i'
those who objected to them were j
seekers after social equality, of wijieb j
he wantej nothing. ... ;
The Advocate is willing to co.icsde !
some latitude to Mr. DeHonney, be
cause it knows r ;H iwhen his Demo- ?
cratic bosses cr.i *k their whip he
must jump or los ? his job. It k ;ews |
that he has not The moral courage of {
Joe Kent, street, aver, who, when \
st re" i commissioner That 7
he .must vote i'je Democratic ticket ]
or lose his job, rnswered "To hell j
with the job." i. ? 1 1 it never dreamed j
that he would thirk his necessity devj
manded t:hat he t-.hbuli make state- 1
ments which he himself knows to be 1
absolutely uritru?. He knows, as {
well as does every other Negro who j
has traveled ~>\r, of West Vir sinia \
into Virginia, or Kentucky, that tile ?
accommodations for him on the com-!
mon carriers ar<? - of as good as t?ey j
are for the whit s. The "Jim Cr>w" ,
car attached to tin- thropgh trains is !
the rear half of the baggage car/ In !
which 'about, eighteen ' persons might
find scats'. Should the number - of r
passengers exceed eighteen, ? sopie
bodv has to stand regardless of the t
distance to be traveled. The ventila
tion of the section /'for colored" is !
practically nil, and ladies unat.tend- ?
ed are subject to insults both at the j
liand8 of the tra'nmen and their bes- j
tial fellow trav?'^rs. Mr. DeHonney!
knows this to be true from the toM~ i
timony of those near and (dear to him,';'
yet, for his own persoual gain, he
preaches a doctr ^e which in its eife- j
cution would result in the- aba^e- i
meut of the 65,000 of his fellows Hn j.
West Virginia, ? lie - degradation of
.himsejf arid th5 liUtnlllatlon of his ;
family. If he wero an ignorant man, i
he would be clAsflvl a? a fool.' Being ;
fairly well educated, Ke can hot es- '
cape being rfcgh Alefl as a knave.
The Went Vlf fiinla llftftister "v/<6n
derw why the Colored Hohh of the 1
ProgreB*! ve Wrty in Wept Virginia,
' who live# in Churleatort and rt'ho j
edltB a paper, anl who lioldfl a stite 1
office doi^H not want any oho to flee
Oovernof DAwnon except hitnstflfy
And it tellH the rlrnon in nneHtion,
"if yon boas tin other people yon
mini* uftc fifOOd Judgment. ' We are
not |ns( willing for yon to 1>ohs u?.
Do you undera* tnd ,,M
Sure, Mike!
(Vrtalnly IM * wYtVer understand*!
tHnt if he \v, not willing to aid m men- 1
dleant in hedging rh6 tie? from the
'bead ef a flblltttal f>arty, the ed
itor of the ftefci/.e? repeated hiiVi to j
do, he is a. tlo<5fl avid the editor of '
' the Kegiator is net "iugt willing" for '
him to ho&a him. ThatVtfte eanioM
thin*? in the world to undftrAtand.
i II b enmity ss easy to understand
yi?'f ?>i i" ? " ? ? *? ? ? 1 1? ?. i ? -**" wn>'
?Hftfy t?e FLegistev. j? supporting the
f <;nmiiU*cy o t Mr. Ye.ft. ItaedUor was
] !j\ resent at the Progressive itate <en
j ; veuf io a in this city and made himelf
: ricficuipiis 1p his attempt to "fjtK in
tou^h"? as he j;ui It ? with the load
era of the party to sell his services.
Lpter he returned <o the ci^y to
iua(^' jjiriotber *ttei?i4>ti which \?,as
it&vjWre successful tjianthe first. He
evsp^ndflcl nation for a tew
?;>'?o?s; tjien he * resumed as a full
, fledged T^rtite. Oh, yes, \te under
' stand, but we AI\4 in tdt^ibt as to the
(price. k
. .v., ??' ?
.V votje for thfe 1 Progressive party
is a hlo^ at the machine' and "boss
ridden system ib:it has shamed us for
a generation. x
A 'vote for tlit? Progressive party
la a blor for modifications in the
niapJUnqi'y of go'.vrnhient wihifch will
h;e)fp th^ pep'irte to control more ef
fectually the acts and agencies of
their owjn govern hi eiit.
?A vote foi: the P.ogressjvo party is
a blow tor & def?nite program of so
cial and ttidust:?al justice, reaching
the 1-iving and voicing condition? of
toiling ijien and women. - -t
A vote for tho Progressive. par ;y is
a blow fox the second bnftfanchine
nient of the Xeprro people the
South who have been robbed of the
ballot by inimical Democrat^. aided
apd abetted by ti eacherous';)Rc pub
licans." ; t5 '
A vtote for the Progressl^O party
is a bjow for the principles a^Vo^ated
by the greatest human beings on
earjlv ? irfr?0^01^ Roosevelt. j . ' 5 i
y-- - ? i ?
While The Advocate has severed !
its connections with the Republican '
party, lit can not refrain from ex- j
pressing its regret j- that Mr. Waters;
recelx^d such criel treatment in the ?
house of his frie )ds.
The office of -ecretary of the ad
visory committer to the Republican j
national commit^ evidently does lot j
carry with it the privilege of advising ?
President Taft or Chairman HlUes
about >fegro appointments.
Don't be gujd-i by the bugaboo of i
"regularity." Their ''regularity" has '
cansed the Negrjes of the southern ;
states to be disfranchised.
Phil Waters *?s not quite so strong !
for Taft these da s. There's a rea
son. v : :t.l
Every' Progrettf '.ve is expected to
do his 'duty next Tuesday.
Stiiekland, S* .'icKland, what di j he
ever do? . ' / " ? ??
rrr ? :? * ' ? -
St., Louis, JMo., October 2 6. ? -V.n
pleasantne^s arising over the. refus
al of M jss^'Cqu la ' Tx)'n g/'datfghTef of
a KanB^s City millionaire, to drive
in individual* competition "With a~Ne?
gro. gfobpi: at the ilorae Show last
niirj^t1 led Mrs- Julius S. Walsh, X, y
wife of .a St:: JLouis millionaire, and
employer, of 'the Negfo, to announce
Saturday: tl^At she never wouid! en
ter another Aorse in i 9,1. Loins slier w
under' ^10,/ Ati spices of the preeept
management.. . .. ? ? ' ? V'.
Mrf '? Walsh d^e.l M i^s. .J^r;p?'s
action, in refusing to lri V.^ .ii ?clij^.st
trne Negro, 'Who is . ^rfs. .^/W^lsli's
groom. wa^ifte?pirf!a-by jealousy; .aftd
tha.t , she. e|,f hc,ed no disposition
to compet?k/w,ith. him until He !6bK
a blue ribb^fiVfrdfo. hftr-, '
;C. 0ite'Wfor<j', Vra*ti}<% t, /.of
the Bt. T^uls HorB.3 Show i .Sofct^ljv
said h'e ^OUld ' xi<St prevent}
from drivinbg:. >tVs. Walsh'^ hortfys.
rr tojd Mm <to stay out of jnfe
ring, thpqgh^. When be was not d?IV?
ing,"- -C^Wford. "I . told hitn
I did not warit. him to hanj? arolittd
Where |;brj<hlem*sn. wer^'.r Th-e- N4
g/.o was' h|B8ed ' roundly by the au
dience while Miss Long was appiaviJ
edi ' ? - .V ' .
When thft fourth event on , the
horse styow program this afterno^^
was called, :r,Misi< Loula Tx>ng drove
into t.'lje arena behind her- hor^e
A.9 soo^i - as r Mjigs ^Lp.ng was in the
ring <tho>,crowji watched for Maid "of
ironor, ' "^alshls eniry. f to see
(if 'Ah^ W0\il4 ^Afry out lier ^nnouhce
ftiep^* tO'hiVe' tiW Ne^o driven han
dle th^' relhar ' jfpr fh^' remdindiBit of
\tfe 'Mfelci oT ^lot Kr?
Cftrh^ In th(<r0,-WM9 more appJiU^,
for she ,was. (Jfi^bn by JuU^.s : 1.
\Va)^h; Jjr,, ?d . Hot by the heiiro.
Wdlsb,' Jr., pidd not by ,the Negro: ;?
tlbu, ^opd
prite Wftf) wort by the Govdfrndr,
owned j>y the Biishnell Stoek V*arm,
of Bprlhgfleid, Ohio. .
# ?*'? H-" ? I. I t ^
frategee Institute
Items oi Interest
.'si . , . % t 9 \fjft rf ? ?.* . 4 ?
" "The fall meeting; olf'the jfa.lrtiSlOiV
t rii tof> of Macon artd artja^oiit <?oun
ti*!H dad hol l itt tlic cbflpel of PhelpH
Ifctll last iK-aii A. f\ bweflB,
of the pheips 'Roll nmic school ptf*
' \fr
Dr. Wrttflilitgtoir,' tfcPcfttipanied by
fcodretary &cott and Stenographer
Mint, attended the roceiit Black
! Bolt flsmdelftMritr AVDMiopolis,
Ala. The pHneltMniWiVktod H ftpoefch
[frill* rif ehtt<*urAftettietot to til 6 colored
fitrmorfe there, ar,d bin *ohtrt Will
y . U ? ? ... u?. ?'" '? J'
; prove very tO^W 1 brintin^
about a iu<Nre i r< rdjal r^Uon TW>
; t ween tho races u? that vicinity. '
TJ? dates of U?e colcbated Macon
; CoMuty Fair are from October 99 to
November 2. It Ik the largest county
: fair la Alabama and the &tteu<^?icc
la rivalling that of the state fair held
"'not long ago at Montgomery. Tho
Negro exhibit is ? distinctive feature
j of t:'.\e fair an4 is beiH^ ^'ighiyc^tn
1 Dliiuented' by' *11. C:' 3: ?aU<i#ay
Jwa*. chairman of |ho ex^6u|lyo com
: riiitteo In charge of tl\e Negro ex
hibit, and waa ably usaiated by W.'A.
Tate, A. J. NVnjjorn, C. Wv Greene,
G. R. &ridgefort.h -and^ T. \1. Catap
beil. Sub-committees arranged the
varlons departments in 1 effective
? fashion, v 1 ' .v ' ^ ??
At the chapol meeting, Sunday
night, Dr. Washington dwelt at
length upon tho faiue of keepihg
.things about the household, church
and school in good repair. "NO prop
erly educated man oc* woman can;be
happy," he said, "in a homo where
the door-knobs aro loose or entirely
of i, where the gate is minus a hinge,
\ or where great patches of piaster
have fallen a?vav from their placed.
He stated that, in many instances,
the high rents charged colored people
in cities and towns was due to. the
fact that we do not keep the houses
in good repair; aence, must pay extra
for the neglect that make* for finan
cial loss to the o^ner.
Professor George \V. Carver has
issued another bulletin on vOhic}ten
Raising in Macon County." The bul
letin is very comprehensive and will
be found of much value to anyone
desiHng information oil how .to raise,
care for and market poultry. It is
well illustrate:! and bound, the work
having been don?i at the Institute
printing office. Copies will be sent
free to anyone upon receipt of two
cents to cover cost of wrapping and
Principal Washington "has just
foucluded a vory juccossfui eight-day
our of tfce state of Michigan,
pouching all of the principal cities
or the lower peninsular. The pur
pose of the campi'.ign was to awaken
?wherever possible, a wider and more
intelligent interest in the work that
[ this school and others like it are
:f? g for 1:he education and upbuild
ing of the Negro race. Many rew
friends wore added to Tuskegefc's
| long Ust by reason of this timely
Journey through Michigan;
, . Charles H. Fearing has been in tho
'North for. several weeks, doing 'ox
i ceilent ivorlt for the school. -
and Mrs- Leonard Uoyd have
j been visiting ths school. Mr Royd
: was formerly a aaident here, and has
.since had charge of the printing de
of the *orl'h Louisiana Ag
Hcttitura! and Industrial Institute
.{ft. .Prambling, where he was also
; Postmaster. He has accepted w ork
p f or ih ^.priisxuii^eiiraa. in si nic to pjj n
at,the Voorhees Industrial
! School, Denmark, S. C. ? ' ?? - f ?
| The Tuskeege Woman's Club lipid
<a jollification meeting a few nights
i a?? cQ.J^hrate the honor bestowed
j ujipn their president, Mrs. Booker T
i Washington, in bc/ng made president
I of the National ' Federation of Wo
The \ Mr was an en
j tire^urprise to Mrs. Washington, and
r^as arranged quietly as a regular
Meeting, q f the.?)ub, to lull any sus
iW^ofr that anything was to be 'done.
Tuskegee Band, utidfer
j the direction of Capt. N. Clark Smith
on e hundred friends and mem
Ibera or the Woman's . Club marched
j lUto; the overdue meefing, complete
: f y astounding Mxs. Washington. Col
lege yells and the band playing "j^ail
j to (he Chief" combined to make Hie
i /Welkin ring, apd the feast was on.
j Musical selections were contributed
j by .Silas CThlma Moore, Mrs. Edna S.
?Landers and Miss Aiico **iirunouB.
I Congratulatory nemarks were made
j by Mrs. B. J. /? Scott, yfr*. H. fe.
j.Thoma?, Mrs. J. H. Whittaker, Mrs
]T. J.'^rguson, Mrs. D. A. wllliston,
|Mr?..C. H. Glbeony M!rs; J. ft. k. l^ep,
I'Ji Tn, J. If. Washington, M!rs. I). W.
j Woodard and, Mrs. J. B. Ramsey,
j Echoes from tho Jfgmpton meeting"
Were given by Mrs. Vivian, Mr*. WAr
ren Lojttm and Mto Ernestine fcuarfcz.
| Mrs. Washington responding at ;{tac
' tflose of the' speWh-making,- oxpritfn
| ed ' her gratitude to her loyal, wofnon
i fo'r/the tv holly unexpected' dtfitioh
jrft^ftUon On their4 jxdrt, Showing tHAlr
Plfchauro in t he honor that/fiad <!oj&o
to her. she hot>ed to make the cod
ing year the red letter year til the
history of both the National Asso
ciation ami of tho Tuskegee Woman's
? Club, bespeaking for herself the cor
? dial cooperation of each. .
CAptaifi ? Edtvard L. Snyder, for
| several- yearfe steward at the tnglt
tnte, hti?, resigned, to go into bdsl
' nehs at Hlrminghhm. In accepting hla
1 ^Blgnalioh, Principal Washington
.. sought to express tho thanks of the
' sob^o} for the vahml>lo ?or vices he
has refa^ei-ed ami nirt Hfcrets because
of his tfitflng up tho work.
Jnmes Barrett, who vifrited tftf
tk!iio6J at the < .>*ftmohcetrfent tln^c
aji Interesting and au
| pf0Ciative accouto* ot, t ho work * of
Tu*kogee Institute lo a r^eot im u#
of i<h* Molhotirne ( Australia) Arftus
The Chicago dallies gave much
, . space to au aa-u-nn of the 7 2 -pound
' watermelon raisoj at Tuskegce by
Mr. J. H; Washington, publishing a
( j large cut of Mr. Washington and the
, : lmmeD86 me.loii.
, i Principal Washington's annual re
port is attracting national' attention,
and Is being commented upon by the
j press everywhere. The possibilities
| and noe-is of the rchool are set forth
I In a highly luminous fashion, and the
1 pamphlet can be read to ativa'ntage
! by every friend of Negro education In
' the laud.
? Tilio Survey, o? New York City, in
'the course of a cimpliraentary, article
! on Tuskegee Institute, says: "Since
. the founding o?f tlte school, an aver
( age of tr.vo years of training has Teen
?J Sty?# to approximately 9,000 jpiraona
j-Vljtoce average ^urhfng* lmv? l*oeii 1
|4?00 per year. Estimating that the , ^
| average length of Urne these 9,000
, students ?have b<Ku out is fourteen
years, their aggregate earnings may
he safely placed at 188,200,000. If
.these Individuals* had not ! received
ihdustrial training, they." would have
?earned during the foufjteeii - years ^
$12.600.000 ? a deference of ^
ifhe light side of the ledge* of $75,- \9\
! tfDO.OOO by reason of the Industrial $'
; equipment they hr.d acquired." Com- j. |
ment is unnecessary.
I : . . , . . . . .
1 !yrho Children's Mouse opened Sep- '
' temb^r 30 with r.:i enrollment of ^
| nearly one hundred, but many havp'^^Sj
j come in since, bringing -the number
far nbcv? that of last year. \
j5> |
'?? ? i
i i-r-ri n - ? ^ t ^ I j
i "It takes mors than that to kill a bull moose."? Colonel Thsodors Rooss- }
I velt'e now famous comment after discovering that he had been shot.
? ? Tad in New York Evening Journal.
Once there was a man of Great '
j Atmospheric Displacement who had !
j been quite a disappointment as a !
i Public Official. He had been elect- .
j ed to carry out certain Policies !
. which the people atrongly approved,
; but when ho got safely in office he I
; carried them out as a shutter. The
| they, had been deceived and bo tney
-? grimly waited for br chance to show
; their disapproval. Whenever the
chance came they showed it in un- \
i mistakable terms. Landslide after :
| landslide fell upon him but h? didn't
I seom to take the Hint. Whenever
! he asked the people if they wanted
S him to run again the people arose
and in a thunderous voice said"^o."
Notwithstanding these symptoms, .
; he buried his pride and determined to.
; run whether the people wanted nim '
! to .01* nOt.._C_ertain powerful Poll
Th? Lino.
A girl makes this distinction be
tween white lies and fibs: She tells
: flba to her chum and white lies to her
| beau.
Not Enough.
. Virtu* Is Its own reward, we are
| ;old, but. most people think it should
' ifffer greater inducements. ? Puck.
, No man wiH dispute that Dr.!
! Hatfield is a man of his word. A !
1 man s word is worth as much as!
| his personal character is strong j
land upright. Dr. Hatfield has;
i promised the people of \\ est
j Virginia to do many things that
j they very anxiously desire to sec
done, and to bring about many
: reforms which public sentiment
..jJemands. Don't you think he
; will make good his word? Of
1 ; course you do, you know lhatj
Dr. Hatfield is smelly a man of
i i his word. I lis strongest political;
1 foes will tell you this.
k j
The MacCorkle (. htlton com-.
>. bination was the cause of the
1 j Democratic pai;ty being ousted
1 j "fflom power in this state sixteen i
years ago, and being kept out ofj
' power all that lime. I?'ui here it1
i is again-- the same < >1 < I linn with
tj a nfcw partner in the person ofj
1 ? Clarence \V. W atson trying to'
get hold of the state government
in the na?ne of the corporations!
- they represent.
ticians who lhad benefited by the
failure to carry out his ante-election
pledgee, succeeded In nominating
him after one of the coarsest pieces
of- political manipulation ever
known. Tl>e will of the people was
ignored with lordly contempt.
Having been ' nominated, it then
became necessary to frame up some
T6Sa5n ~wi5y petfJrtS" ghmittr rotff for
Mm. So he went to the people and
pointed to the record-breaking corn
and wheat crops which filled the
Inni with prosperity. "Look there,"
quoth ilie. "See all this prosperity. i
Now you ought to Know who to vote j
for." ? }
."But he isn't run ring," answered,
the People, with a broad grin.
"Who isn't running?" exclaimed
the Candida te?
"Why the man who is responsible
for this prosperity ? the Weather
Ma n, of course." ?
Help and Be Happy.
Happiness Is not a task. Xt> la not
even an occupation. It is a quality
of life. Happiness depends on help
fulness. That's the reason Joy Is
social. Helpfulness keeps happiness
because It adds to the area of affec
tion. People are not happy when
they seek after happiness. They be
come steeped in happiness when they
undertake to promote the JOj^ of oth
ers. ? Walter Williams.
Got Back at the Judge.
A celebrated engineer, befcig oxaro
fned at a trial where both the Judge a
and counsel tried in vain to browbeat
him, made use in his evidence of the
expression, "the creative^ power of a
mechanic," on which the "judge rather
tartly asked him what he meant by
"the creative power of a mechanic." ?>
"Why, my iojrd," said the ongineer, "I
mean that power which onablea a
mkn to convert a goat's tall Into a
Judge's wig."
????? - * ?? ?
World's Biggest Book Store.
A placard has been put up within
the last day or two in ChatTxig Cross >
road, where there are many old book
stores, saying that one or more Is
about to be opened with a stock of
1,000.000 volumes. This leads a bon
don newspaperjo state that tho big
gest book store in the world is the
Melbourne Hook Arcade, which b*i
never less than a couple oi million
volumes in view.? New York Sun.
Good Work of Dsntal turneries
There are thirty dental surgeries
for school children In Bweden, Great
benefit has been derived from them,
the children showing marked improve
> ? '* ? J ?' ~ " - ~*rr
A Missouri Purist.
"I read a plfcce in the paper the
other day," says Noah Count of Chig
gerblte, "tvhero they referred to tho
'remains' of a man Who was bl6wn up
by djrtutfft*. Wouldn't Vemnants'
have boen a little more exact ?"

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