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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913.
WARNING AGAINST "FAKE" HOG CHOLERA SERUMS AND VACCINES. By Geo. R. White. M. D., D. V. S., State Live Stock Inspector. With the advent of the Dorsett-Niles Anti Hog Cholera Serum about three years ago, the most deadly of all ewine diseases was doomed ito ulti mate eradication from the American Continent. It is a well known and fully established fact that until then the swine owners' investments In hogs was at all times jeopardized by this disastrous disease. Long ago all well informed Individ uals fully realized that every medici nal treatment for hog cholera which had ever been proposed was worse than worthless in "curing" this dis ease. The swine owners' pocket booksi were continually being depleted and flattened by socalled "Hog Chol era Cures" of all kinds and descrip tions which in reality were nothing more or less than "fakes and"f rauds" compounded for the purpose of1 wrenching hard-earned dollars) from the honest, though gullible, hog owner. The press agricultural press in particular carried in each and all Issues glaring advertisements of nu merous so-called "cures for cholera." In spite of the large amount of money epent for these "fake remedies" Hog Choleca continued to spread with'cy-clone-rike rapidity. Since the discov ery of the Dorsett-Niles Antl Hog Cholera Serum and Its demonstrated and undisputed efficiency, the "fakes" have shifted their advertisements from '"medicines" to .so-called impo tent rake "serums" and "vaccines" for which it behooves the farmers of Tennessee to be on the constant lookout The Dorsett-Niles Serum when properly made by reliable and well trained men according to the U. S. Govermnent standards and by other definitely defined technique of of Drs Dorsett and iwles, when properly ad ministered will undoubtedly protect healthy hogs from cholera. However the field for fraud and deception is so inviting that the "unscrupulous fakirs1" have already invaded it with their worthless "juice" in the form of "vaccine" or " serum." Look out for them and refuse to allow them to sep arate you from your hard-earned dol lars. Remember that the following Beotions of the Agricultural Depart ment'B Rules and Regulations have for their object the protection of the Swine owners of Tennessee from Just such fraudulent practices: "Section 19. Before veterinary bl ologkal products of any character can be sold, offered for sale or distributed in any manner in this State,- the man ufacturer or person, firm or corpora tlon selling or distributing the same , ishall make application in writing to ' the State Live Stock Inspector for a permit to sell or distribute said vet i erinary biological products. Provided, however, that nothing in this Section or the following Sections shall prohlb it or Interfere with the United States Department of Agriculture, through its Bureau of Animal Industry, in dis tributing the veterinary biological products of its laboratories. "Sec. 20. The term Veterinary Bi ological Products as used in Section 19 shall be construed to mean Tuber culin, Nallein, Anthrax, Vaccine, Black Leg Vaccine, Hog Cholera Se rum, Tetanus Antitoxin, Influenza An titoxin, Antl Streptococcic Serum, Ra bise Vaccine Virus, and Bacterins." Before purchasing Hog Cholera Se rum from any one take the precau tion of determining whether or not the manufacturer is in possession of a permit from the State Agricultural Department for itsi sale in Tennessee. ( "Up to May 1, 1913, only three com- mercial firms have been granted per mits to market Anti Hog Cholera Se rum in Tennessee. The names of these firms will be furnished upon ap- pucation to the State Veterinarian At the present time this state is being flooded with advertisements by mail and otherwise of at least thirty commercial firms who have something "attractive" In price or otherwise to offer the swine owners for the treatment and prevention of Hog Cholera. Beware of these and remember thai all medicines adver tlsed as "Hog Cholera Cures" are worthless and that 50 per cent of the "serums" and "vaccines" are "frauds" and are sold and distributed in this State in open violation of law. We are arranging for submitting all the commercial serums now offered for sale in Tennessee to rigid tests to determine their efficiency. As soon as these tests are completed the De partment will expose all "fakirs" by publishing their names in, Tennessee I Agricultural and other papers of the State. 124.75 Round Trip from Nashville to Muskoscc, Olda. EXCURSION ROUND 0 MUSKOGE IMP RATES OKLAHOMA I ROMA Di OINTS TICKETS OB SALE JUKE lsMth NDAY-SG ON ACCOUNT OF THE II 00 CO WW GRESS which unbolt the door of ignorance, Lifts up the oppressed. Brightens the mind and Lightens the hearts of the millions of Negro Baptists. The Kimday-Scliool Congress is not here Just for a season, but will go on and on for ages to come. Will you be one to help make the Congress everlasting? The Congress was promoted for the purpose of gath ering together the leaders and teachers of every Sunday-school to adopt plans for a modern and uniform Sunday-school, a system by which all schools will be so arranged that every department may be taken care of with the greatest ease. DON'T FORGET THE DATE BE SURE TO REMEMBER THE PLACE MUSKOGEE. JUNE 9 J For Fnrtber Information write sending a 2c Stamp to Henry A. Boyd, Secretary SUNDAY-SCHOOL CONGRESS 523 Second Ave N. Nashville, Tennessee 4-9. 9 3 REV. HERMAN F. TYREE HOLDS BIG RALLY IN TEXAS. Rev. Herman F. Tyree, youngest son of Bishop Evans Tyree held a very successful rally recently. A local paper has the following to say about the matter: The Twelve Tribes of Israel were marshaled Sunday night, April 13, tor final charge by the fearless lead er, Rev. H. F. Tyree, popular pastor of Wayman Chapel A. M. E. Church. Messrs.. U. S. Robinson and Patter son started the ball rolling for the week by rendering an unusual pro gram in Eelton at A. M. E. Church at 7.43 p. m., April 13. Mr. Robin son delivered his famous Christian lecture, "The Education of the Soul," and Mr. Patterson rendered solos. Wednesday night, April 16, at the same place a party of Templeites, led by Mr. U. S. Robinson, rendered an up to the minute program for Tribe No. 8. Beltonltes made them wel come, and the outing -was enjoyed. COMMENCEMENT WEEK AT SEL MA UNIVERSITY. Special to the Globe. Selma, Ala., May 10 The com mencement exercises of Selma Uni versity begin Friday May 16, at 8 p. m. -with a Model School Concert. Thursday, May 22 will be the annual Musical. Friday, May 23, the Indus trial Exhibit. Sunday, May 25, at 3 p. nr., the bacealaurate sermon will be preached by President M. W. Gilbert and at 8 p. m., the missionary ser Robinson. Monday, May 26 at 9:30 mon will he preached by Rev. S. M a. m., the class day exercises will be rendered and at 8 p. m., there will le a Shakespearean recital. Tuesday May 27, at 2 p. m., the Theological Dopartemnt will have their closing exercises; the address will be de' livered by Dr. C. First Johnson and ta 8 n. m.. the Alumni will meet, Wednesday, May 28, at 10 a. mi. the annual commencement nddress will be delivered by Rev. J. E. Ford D. D. CATA HOWARD UNIVERSITY LOGUE. The new, issue of the catalogue of Howard University has recently been completed for the school term of 1912 and 1913. All Information con cerning the different departments of the school can be found therein. It also contains a bird's eye view of the grounds and buildings, and pictures showing different class rooms and students at work in their respective classes. days old, and it is believed had been in the well two days when discovered Saturday! It is living and is being cared for by a kind-hearted woman. Officers are. making diligent investi gation. MOTHER'S DAY AT STATE NORMAL. Mrs. Woodberry of Massachusettes, the traveling secretary of the Ameri can Missionary Society, delivered a very able lecture on the "Negro" to the student body of the A. & I State Normal School on last Monday At the regular chapel hour on Wednesday, Rev. N. D. Shambourger, pastor of Clarke's Memorial Chapel, addressed the school. He "spoke Mr. Sam Turner is quit'1 ill. Mrs. Addie McClain and husband were the guests of Mrs. Wllhoite last Sunday. Rev. E. M. Lawrence will preach for Rev. Riley at ML Carmel May 29th. The people are anxious .o hear him. The said church will have their bap tizing on the fourth Sunday in May. WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT THE GLOBE. 1826 Highley Sts., St. Joseph, Mo., May 5, 1913. To the Nashville Globe. You have not heard from me in quite awhile, nevertheless, I have kept in touch with Nashville doings through the Globe. My address has rw oip,vtiv nn tho anhwt -ft been changed to the above. You wll' 1 net th fnlnr that .maks the man. kindly have th Globe sent to the but what is on the inside." If you take a mean, lazy, ignorant man and wrap him in white skin you will have a mean, lazy, ignorant whit man; if in iblack skin, a mean, lazy, Final charee made Sundav nicht. and ! ignortant black man; and so, If in old Wavman was Backed to over- yellow skin. The changing of the flowing; powerful though short ser mon iby Rev. Tyree. There united. Rev. II. F. Tyree led the captains of the Twelve Tribes forward to make their last financial flank movement. When the smoke had cleared away, Mrs. Cassie Roberson, captain of the Tribe of Benjamin, with Mr. R. E. Wells, lieutenant, carried off the gold medal and received an honorable dis charge, Iby raising $120. Mmes. Nancy Johnson, $103; Cora Anderson, $96; R. E. Lott, $91; Cora Sewell, $76.' The rest ranged from $18 to $38. The vast sum of $716.92 was placed on the table at one time, and it was a $600 rally only. Rev. H. F. Tyree and his faithful co-workers are to be commended, and all Temple is to be congratulated for assisting these good people. Sinners of the Tribe of Ishmael reported $21 In this rally, opened the rally by giving a free banquet to the Christians, and the members of this church feel grateful to them for their efforts. Three cheers for Fayman, friends and Rev. Tyree. COLORED STUDENTS FERENCE. IN CON color of the skin will not change the man, said Rev. Shambourger. Mr. Scurlock, one of the leading colored photographers of the country, located in Washington, D. C, was present at the school last week, mak ing pictures for a few of the classes and organizations. On Sunday, May 9th "Mothers' Day' will be observed in the Sunday school and Special Vesper Services, will be held in the auditorium at 7:30 p. m. to which the public is cordially invited. above address. With best wishes, (MISS) ISORA R. GARRETT. 1. u, rare ill MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND TAILORING 121 Cedar Si., XukIi ville. Temi. Kings Mountain, N. C, May 12. The second session of the Kings Mountain Student Conference will be held May 20-28 on the Lincoln Acad emy Campus. The object of this import conference is to train leaders of students associations for their work next year and to help them to choose a life calling that will enable them to render the largest possible service in the .world. The International Committee of Young Men's Christian . Associations has arranged an excellent program for this conference. Among the speakers expected are: President John Hope, Atlanta Baptist College; Dr. W. W. Lucas, Asst. Secretary Epworth League M. E. Church; Dr. Chas. S. MoTrls, President Small wood Memorial Institute, Virginia; Dr. W. H. Sheppard, F. R. G. S. Mis sionary to Congo; Mr. Lewis E. John son, Secretary Y. M. C. A., Washing ton, D. C; Dr. M. Ashby Jones, Augusta, Ga.; Dr ,W. D. Weatherford, Nashville, Tenn.; Professor A. M. Trawick, Nashville, Tenn.; Professor W. C. Craver, Shaw University, Nash ville, Tenn.; Messrs. W. A. Ilunton. C. II. Tobias and David D. Jones, Secretaries of the International Com mittee and others. Mr. John R. Pinkett, Amherst's varsity halfback will have charge of the recreation each afternoon. The singing will be led by Mr. Sidney Woodard, the well known tenor and chorus leader. More than one hundred delegates are expected to attend this confer ence representing most of the Prin cipal schools of the South. LITTLE BABY FOUND. Jackson, Tenn., May 12. A little baby child was discovered in a dry well CO feet deep on the farm of Mr. Castlebery, three miles west of Jack son, Saturday. It was only a few MAKES ONE-SAVINGS BANK THEIR DEPOSITORY. The One-Cent Savings Bank has again demonstrated its importance in the business and financial world by the fact that it was designated as the depository for the Army and Navy Medical Record, one of the biggest publications in the United States. Notice of this fact has just been received by Dr. R. H. Boyd, president of the bank, in a letter from Mr. Alston G. Lewis, dated from Washington, D. C, May 7th. This publication Is issued from the Nation's Capital, and it is thought here by those well-informed about such matters, that the Register of the United States Treasury, J)eing cashier of the toank, helped to give prestige to it, hence this splendid recognition. The government, its officials and those interested In staunch, reliable, financial concerns, appear to be all falling in line with this splendid institution. The stock of the bank is still selling at par. If you desire to come in for some of the share, notify the special agent or call Main 1951. ONE-CENT SAVINGS BANK, 447 4th Ave., North. NELSON MERRY TRUSTEES MEET. Jefferson City. Tenn.. May 15.- The Trustees of the Nelson Merry College in responding a call issued a general meeting of the Board of be held in the office of the president Wednesday morning at ten o'clock, May 14th. A large number as sembled. Prominent among the trustees were in attendance at this meeting are Rev. A. D. Hurt, presi dent of the "State Convention of Knoxville; Rev. R. II. Boyd, D. P., Secretary, Publishing Board, Nash ville; Rev. T. J. Searcy, D. D., of Memphis; Rev. C. II. Clark, D. P., of Nashville. The school Is re ported to have a prosperous year under the presidency of Prof. C. L. McAllister. The comenmce ment exorcises are to be held in the chapel of the school this month. DAYTON NOTES. Mr. Henry Stephens and wife, of Chattanooga, formerly of Dayton, were in our city last Sunday attend ing the Thanksgiving Sermon of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows. Rev. H. N. Hutcherson, of Dickson, Tenn., died last Saturday. Funeral attended from the residence, Rev. Massey and Rev. P. B. Broughton, of Chattanooga, officiating. Rev. Hutch erson was the corresponding secretary of the North Chickamauga and Chat tanooga District Association. He had been a member for twenty years and had served as Moderator, also Record ing Secretary. Mr. G. Holman was in Chattanooga last Sunday. Rev. J. T. Thornton was in Evansville last Sun day filling his appointments. Mr. Ad Robinson, of Chattanooga, is in our city accepting employment with the D. C. & I. Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lee visited Mrs. John Martin on Jew el street last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Alford Anderson and Mrs. Emma Gil lespie were visitors of Mrs. Lizzie Martin in Jewel Flat Sunday after noon. The Thanksgiving Sermon and the turnout of the Odd Fellows last Sunday was a grand affair. Master of ceremonies, W. F. Roberts. Rev. J. W. Wood read the Scripture lesson. Prayer by Rev. Johnson. Rev. J. G. L. Crippens was then introduced to the audience. He selected for his text Ruth 6:16 and read John 13:16. Amount realized $150.85. Sharp-FIanigan-Hamilton Furniture Co. are prepared to show you the most up-to-date furni ture atjthe most reasonable prices and terms of any furniture store in Nashville. Give Us a Look Before Buying Reed Sharp Martin Flanigan 311-313 Second Avenue, North The Perfect Flour LEONTE For Biscuit.'Cakes, Wafers, etc. The best on the market. All good rooks use it. LLBEUTY MILLS N ASH VI I.I. K. TKN'NKS.SKK RICH CREEK NOTES. Tho Mt. Carmel Church had quite a success in the rally on the 2nd Sunday. The church is in fine work ing condition and have paid out of debt. Mrs. Zulla MeCiillum and Mrs. Henretta Mays and other friends vis ited Mt. Carmel Church in their rally. Miss Sarah Roebuck continues ill. CLARKSVILLE NOTES. Mrs. Mattie Bacon entertained the Missionary ladies of St. Peter A. M. E. Church at the parsonage last Thurs day in a most delightful way. The re port of the treasurer showed the so ciety to be in a very prosperous con dition and all went away feeling greatly encouraged. The Wardrobe Club met with Mrs. D. A. Graham last Friday. Mrs. Mattie Kelly presided with her usual dignity. Plans were discussed for uiture work which will be highly beneficial to the communitl. The comedy "Taking the Census at Bingville" was rendered to a full house at St. Peter A. M. E. Church last Mondap night. All of the players acquitted themselves with credit, al though many of them had never R. J. LYLKS, Pres. and Treas. W. II. WILSON Vice IWaad Sec. HENRY G. NICIIOL, Mgr. VOLUNTEER MFG. GO. 200 itih.ic sgrAiti: MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADR OVERALLS AND PANTS UNION MAIIK I'"irt Factory to adopt lloiim label In thin aprlSmi. John Holls, Mr. N. R. Jones, Miss Car rie Holls and little J. H. Holls, of Sha ron, were the guests of Mr. Monroe RIchee and family Sunday. Mr. P. E. Richee and Mr. P. T. Richee went to Trenton Sunday. They report a nice time. Mr. P. T. Richee made a fly ing trip to Rutherford to visit rela tives and friends. The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brooks last week and left a welcome visitor, it's a bright-eyed boy. The strawberries played before. Mrs. D. A. Graham, A' " ",' r' ,"Ti tho manners T-onoU-oA i..n u,"ulc" ul c man., life feuuu .uw.ij y.vn.- .vw.. mum Fia.c iui them Mr T, C HiiT"-q linq Riih- her successful training and manage ment of the affair, which drew the largest house of any entertainment of the season. cribed for the Nashville Globe. Miss ised Land Household of Ruth held their first annual thanksgiving service here last Sunday, May 11th. The meeting was conducted at the K. of P. hall. A large crowd was out to wit ness the occasion. The program was indeed a very interesting one. The welcome address was delivered by Mrs. Ixla Weakly, responded to by Rev. Show, of Memphis. Mr. L. C. Moore, of Memphis, was1 master of ceremonies. Mrs. Ida Washington, N. G. of Munford Household, Munford, Tenn., read an address, subject, 'Charity." Mrs. Lizzie Weakly read a paper relative to "What the Ruth- MT. OLIVE NOTES. Florence Sims, who has been 111, is itos stand for." The lodge papers able to take charge of the singing were full of food for thought. Prof, again. The Sunday-school will start (1 W. Crawford, of Memphis, was next Sunday boosting for the balance present and delivered an address, due on the new organ. j Prof. Crawford is Secretary of tho I Endowment Board of the G. U. O. O. MILLINGTON NOTES. j F. of (he state. Tho Rev. Whitney, of Crops here are already very late, i Memphis, preached the sermon, se The weather has been very cold for j looted his text from Proverbs ISth tho past few weeks. Mrs. Albert chapter: "lie that wants a friend Jones is indisposed. On Friday Bight ! must first show himself friendly, and the young people's social club will ; there is a friend that sticketh closer have a flower show and May festival j than a brother." Thank offering, at the K. of P. hall. The Rev. J. $1.2.00. A few remarks from A. L. Motlay, pastor of the Billington Bap-1 Wittie, N. G. The closing addres9 tist Church, preached here last Sun-1 was delivered by Mrs. Lula Sanders, Mr. Squire Mosley and Mr. Sam ! day and Sunday night. The church N, G. King David Lodge, K. of P. Most of the people of our commu nity finished planting cotton last week. It is pretty cool and dry on the crops. Some of the farmers' to bacco plants are nearly ready to be set, but owing to the dry weather they are compelled to wait. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hughes spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Higgs. Mr. and Mrs. Algery Sowers spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. II. Manning, near Dres den Mosley spent Sunday with Mr. Mon rie Richee and family. Miss Anna Brooks spent Sunday with Miss' Ella Higgs. Miss Fannie Mosloy spent Saturday night with Miss Irene Mos ley. Mr. Mohroe Richee, who has been very ill, is convalescent, Mr. seems to be taking on fresh courage, every one seems to like the new pas tor. Rev. Grant, Presiding Elder of tne Memphis District of the A. M. E. Church, held quarterly meeting Satur day and Sunday. Promised Land Lodge, G. U. O. O. F. and the Prom- No. 41 is preparing to close out the semi-annual term. Everything is moving on nicely. They will install electric lights in the hall this week. Several will go from hpre to Nash ville next July to attend the Grand IiOdge. Watch ua grow.