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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JANUARY 4, 1918.
- 4, TULLAHOMA.
, "Sue Christmas holidays have come
- &jm! gone and there are a great many
nko lived to see this CLirismias who
will not see another one. This
Christmas passed off more quietly
than, any Christmas has (or years.
Not a fight nor a quarrel, as we
know, but a few deaths. Willie Car
tor's rema ns, the son of Rev. Car
ter, was Uuualit in from bherrill. Pa.,
and his funeral was attended at the
A. M. E. Church by Kev. J. '. Se
bastian and Kev. Wm. Jenkins, lie
was buried vi;h great honor in the
Citizens Cemetery. He leaves a
tatiitr, mother and one sister, Mrs.
Pearl JiiLihi'U, of Chattanooga, to
mourn their loss. Willie farter was
a smart, enervetic young man and al
ways had a kind aud good word for
ttsrybod.v. Brother l'oier Bates, out
f the oldest citizens of our town,
aud one who was liked by both white
and black, died on Friday nioinina
and was buried Saturday by the I.
. 4). I. Lodge. This loige has lost
three members this year, lirother
Peter Bates was a loyal member. His
funeral was attended at the Baptist
hutch by the pastor, Kev. D. J. Tate,
and Rev. alarshbanks aud his re
mains were laid to rest in th Cltl
aetis' (Vmetery. Mr. Gid Sims, Jr..
and Miss Annie Kendley of Dechcrd
were united in the holy bonds of wed
lock Sunday at 2: 30 o'clock. Mr.
!id Sims, his three sisters, brother
and brot' cr-in-law went to Alzona,
mear Decherd, accompanied by llev.
Jenkins to the beautiful country
Dome of Miss llendley, where the
cremony was performed by Kev.
Jenkins. This was a .sreat affair and
a gtvat wedding dinner was sened
y the parents of the bride and the
Hood things that the table contained
arc too numerous to mention. The
jrom is u smart and energetic young
ian who has the vim an I vitality to
do. He has already made good and
the bride was one of the best young
ladies in the Decherd community and
her friends are legion a ho wish her
great success, llr. and Mrs. Sims
will be found nt their home in Sines
Mi'.ion a!'!er Jan 1, iflis. Thn
Vkristmns trees wt're all quite a suc
ss. The Christmas tree exercises
C the Mt. Zion liaptist Church were
oaducted ky Urs. Mary Parker and
Miss Luvena Arnold and the pro
gram was quite a success. Miss An
aoe Monroe of Chattanooga is visit
ktg friends and relatives this week.
A great celebration emancipation
proclamation was held at Alt. Zion
Missionary Baptist Church. Tues lav
lht, Jan. 1. 1 9 1 S. at 7::i. The
weaker of the evening was Rev. K.
A. While, D. IX, IX. 1)., President
tif Walden university. Program:
Music, chorus of all the chinch; in
focation. Rev. J. H. Marclibanks; mu
sic, "Aimrica." chorus; remarks. f
luinutes eaih by the following: Revs
. P. Haywood. A. K. Martin, K. F.
arter, Wm. Jenkins. J 11. March
kanks. Pror. J. P. Anderson, Rev.
D. J. Tate, Dr. S. C. Jones. Dr. Jesse
Jenkins. Music, solo. Miss Kit her
Hunter; Emancipation Proclamation.
Mrs. Addie Gupton; address In the
Kev. E. A. Wliite, D. IV. I.I,. 1)., Presi
dent of Walden I'niversity, Nash
Committee: D. .1. Tate. A. R Mar
tin, J. W. Sebastian. W..M Jenkins.
J. B. Marclibanks. Sidney Parker,
J. H. llolman. -Mr. Marv"l;ussell.
The Christmas tree at the A. M. E
Church was quite a success. It is
said by the older people, that the
tree ei'iit.'il'ieil more and was the
:.: .fi i!lua!do tree that lias been in
..... IMSwbxn.a for years, and the exer
. .hp.- were crand. J'rs. Winnie Slack,
vriti-d mil Rev. Haywood and Rev.
J W. Sebas'ian. Rev. Wm. Jenkins
and Rev. Jesse Jenkins, the presid
ing elder, stoke, and after the pro
gram was ended and the calling ot
the presents, all returned home hap
py. On Wednesday nieht at the M.
K. Church the Christmas tree and
the exercises were quite a success
and the presents on the tree were
plentiful. All present enjoyed them
selves. There were quite a nunilier
Modern IJeauly Culture
Sole Msnnfarturrm nf Balm Trmple
Uair (iruwer. Dandruff Cure,
I arr Cream
Agents Wantfd. Big Money
Can be made handling Option's
Mme. Margurile O&leton
7M Ovation Si. Nashville, 1nn.
of ipeeches ma.ie. Am excellent one
wat made hv.Ke?. R A. Martin on
The Prodigal Son. Mr. O. O. Clen- j
dene'i of Nashville; the president of j
tne Co-operative Club, is visiting his
parents on Jatkson street Mr. Clen-
denen was present at the Christmas ;
tree ami made a splendid talk an I
it was onjoed by all present. It is
to be remembered that Mr. Clendenen :
j is one youn? man who left Tu.Ua- j
; lion a and made good. He was one ;
i ot 'the leadi ii young men of our '
i ti-wu and we fed proud of him and
i tre always glad to have him with
! as, so come a ain. Mr. Clendenen.
! Mr. PiRard Nor hint of Chattanooga.
1 one of the lea line elements in so-
ciety circle, spent last v eek visiting
his "sister, Mrs Birdie Jenkins. Mr.
Northern was highly entertained
I while here. He will make anot'uei j
visit soon. Tor some cause. ion ,
uuess. Mad ne Pessie Rho la of
Naslnllle spent a part of the holt- j
days with Mrs. 1 uren Robinson and
Vrs. Peppers. Mrs. Rhoda is a hair
dresser. She also sells hair erowlna !
Tiii"ir:)tioii which i n aneppati in
every respect. Mrs. Rhoda made
many f lends while here and they
are quite anxious that she return
again Mr. Martin of Indiana swt
a few days li our town last week.
He was en route to see his parents
in South Pi'tsburs:. Mr. and Mrs
nennis Marin. Mrs Pearl Mitchell
has returned to Chattanooga. Mr.
Amos Rvles was a live wire at the
''hrs'mn tree. Come again. Mr.
Rylt s. Mr. J' e Malone of Chnttanoo
!i and VNs Iv ile, Brown of Favette
ville were united in the ho'y bonds
of wedlock Sirvlay evening at the
residence of Vrs. Klliott Oupton.
Rev. Jenkins said the words that
ma'e this couple hoppy for life. Mr.
Mnloie is an en ergetfr" young man
aid is now In the secret service In
f'hittanooca. viss Frown Is a young
'adv of ,;ne reputation and stands
hl-rh in thp rommtinity. This young
eounle le't Mondav for a trip to
New York and after January 1!th
'hev ran be found nt their beautiful
home, at 715 E. Sth street, Chathi
"oo"a. The Yonnir People's Bnntlst
Sunday School Socletv led bv Mls3
Ksther Duncan and Mls Katie I.ee
Veal entertained very rovallv Sundav
eventne at the residence of Mrs. Klz
7te Nenl 'rs Mnrgrett Kyle did
i -i qnfutner Mr Mntt Ttnlnpv nnp
I of our old Cflobe readers of Pavette-
ville, was shaking hands with his
manv friends last week. Matt is a
great old boy and he alwavs wants
'im niobe Prof Anderson spent tho
f"hrsmas holidays nt his home In
hatta'Mioca. Mr. Buford Holman of
S'ate Normal was at home with Ms
"o'her and brothers last week. Mr. j
Dolman is a comlne vounn man. Miss '
Harriet vitehel1 of Mulberry is spend- !
Imr a few davs of this week with :
Mrs. Jennie Waener. Mr. and Mrs. !
Arnold of S'' Ihyville are visiting ;
their daughter. Mrs. 1 ti n ie Hollownv. :
this week. Mrs. Minnie llolloway
was quite Imsv last week doing mis
sion work. She was assisted by Miss ,
Klder Taylor. Mr. Alexander, of
'ailsileq, Ala., is visiting his sister.
Mrs. I. aura Scott, this week. The ;
wedding bells are rinitie loudly and
they can bo heard from Tullahoma to
I'avoni'i-oft. The many friends of Mr.
John Slater will be sorry to learn
that lie is quite ill at his borne in
l.o- Ang les. Cal. Rev. J. W. Sebas
tian and wife were in Shelby ville last
Sunday. Mr. Oscar Shelton enter
t iiii"d at ilinner last Sundav Rev. I).
J. Tate, Rev. A. K. Marlin and wife;
and D". Jones and wife. Mrs. Hassle
Murphy is much imm-nved tit this
wri in-'. Read the Clobe, one of the ,
gi'atest Neiiro papers in the south,!
so Miss hltier la1 lor savs. The stag
supper thta was given by Rev. Wm.
Jenkins and wife in honor of Mr.
Dillard Northcut of Chattanooga Mon
day niubt was nicely tarried out.
Among those who were at the table
were: Mr. DtPa-d Northcut of Chatta
nooga; McKindley Winton of North
Carolina: Mitchell Moore. West Vir
ginia; Bud Johnson, Pittsburgh, Pa.;
Inmost Moore. of nnnliin nntltor
Wood, of McMinnville; Miss Paralee
Mcdliee, of Parkers Addition; Mrs.
j Ora Smart from home; Rev. Jenkins
and wife, Miss Janie Mai Jenkins,
j Sevier: Fourteen courses were
! served. Miss Jessie Wagner has re-
turned from Lynchburg. She was ac
j (ompaniel by Mr. C.eorge Wakefield,
i who has just recently returned from
i Knoxville, Tenn. Mamma always
i wants the Clobe.
Miss Ethel M. Walker of 07 3!'th
Avenue, North, a Senior of State
Normal, who fell some weeks ago
and- sprained her ankle, is able to
be out again.
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Don't lct.omefaVe Kink Remover fool
you. You rc.Iiy cr.u't strin-rhtcn yur hujr
until it ia nice and long. That's viiut
docs, removes Dandruff, fecd3 the Rootg nf
thu hair, a:.il rua'.cs it prow lunjr, r.u.'t and
i.ky. A.'u'ruaii.or aiewtunrsyiiuc:;n t- II
the diili rcn'-e, ai.d aitera littlo vl.ilc-it
VillLueo rrotly and lonqr thur.ynti t.n Iix
it up tosu'.t yiiu. If Cxolanto 0 .:.'ti!oua
we claim, wo will give yuur money tuc!;.
Price 25c by mail on receipt of utamrs
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHEicC
Writo for part icidara.
KXEIENTO MCDICINI CO., Atlanta, C.
W. HENDERSON YOUNG JUSTLY
It has just come to the ears of the
! Clobe that a few weeks ago Dr. W.
Henderson Young was, on the motion
of our own Judge John Allison, elect
d a member of the War Service
League of the Nashville Hnr. Thb
resolution was then made to include,
all colored lawyers in good standing.
l)r. Young well deserves the re-
) spec! of all good men. for he is a
man well owrthy of the confidence
of all the people, lie is truthful,
honest and upright, in all his dealings
with men; there is no guilu in him;
broad-minded and loyal to friend,
country, church and every good cause,
irrespective to race or color.
TH HATED ONE Wl EK I REK
Short brrolliinit rvlirvrd in a f-w linum
wrlllal, watrr and uric acid removrd in
afrw daa-rralnlrK livrr. kidimvn and
harl. Wrilr fur Kr Trial Trralmrnl.
C0I.1 l!M DKOI'SV KKMKIIV Co.,
CARD OF THANKS.
We take this method to thank our
many friends who came to us with
their prayers, cheering words and
d eds of kindness during the illness
of our belover son, Charles Grant
Jackson, and for the many beautiful
Moral designs and letters of condo
lence and comfort that were sent to
us alter Cod took him to heaven. Wo
Rev. "and Mrs. G. L. Jackson, Pa
rents. Mrs. A. W. Davis and Mary B
Dr. G. L. Jackson, Jr., and Itev.
M. 10. Jackson, Brothers.
Mrs. G. L. Jackson, Jr., Sister-in-law.
ELEVENTH BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIA
TION OF COLORED WOMEN.
"THE NEW NEC NO"
Published in the interest of the New
Negro Manhood Movement, wants re
liable AGENTS EVERYWHERE. 20
pages, sells readily at 5 cents each.
Send 25 cents for Agent's outfit, in
to the CLARION AGENCY, 118 West I
134th Street, New York City. i
St. Paul, Minn. The eleventh bien
ulal me t , the N. A C W. vii
bo held in Denver, Colo., July 8 to
Every officer. ' superintendent of
departments, state president and de
legate should present her credentials
to the committee and obtain official
badge entitling her to vote as soon
after arrival as possible.
The Credential Commit tee, Miss
Georgia A. Nugent, Chairman; Mrs.
Mary H. Baker, of Wyoming; Mrs.
Theresa G. Alacon, of Illinois; Mrs.
Charlotte Hawkins Brown, of North
Carolina, and Miss Roberta Duntar,
lack and White
25 Cents by Mail :
what Black and White Ointment has done for Mrs. Abernathy of Dallas, Texas Read her letter and note her
photographs of before and after using and be convenced that Black and White Ointment is what you need.
' v 5 -awns, f ' - ,
PLOUGH CHEMICAL Co., Memphis, Tenn.
Dear Sir: I received your letter, also Black and White Ointmeia, and am well pleased with it. It is so fine the short while I have used it,
I am enclosing two pictures of myself one before and one after using, although I am a shade brighter than the light one. It
has had great results with me. I have already sold a great deal of the Black and White. They are asking abbut it
every day, so please let me have the order soon as possible.
; MRS. M. E. ABERNATHY, 5709 Gaston Ave., DALLAS, TEX.
Every reader should be convinced after reading above letter that we have a great scientific preparation in Black and
White ointment for bleaching their skin and giving you a soft, clear, bright complexion. You simply rub Black and White
ointment on your face, neck, hands and arms as per simple directions printed on the label. It clears and bleaches your
complexion makes dark or sallow skins bright, smooth and of that soft, delicate tint so much desired. Black and White
Ointment is pleasant to apply. It also heals pimples and eruptions, risings and roughness of the skin, leaving it
smooth, soft and bright. '
Improve Your Look Rush In Your Order
Send 25c (coin or stamps) and receive a large box of Black and White sent you by return mail, or send $1 and we will send you 3 boxes of Black
and White Ointment and 2 cakes (25c each) of Black and White Soap. (By sending $1 you get $1.25 worth of our preparations.)
Lots of Race men and women are making an easy living representing us.
Write for special deal to agents.. Black and white sell like hot cakes.
Write now today. Address
BLACK AND WHITE 01 oTBlENT SOLD EVERYWHERE.
of Rhode Island, recording secretary,
will be in session Monday, July 8,
from 11 a. ni., to 12 in., and from
2 to 5 p. m.
The Executive Board, Miss Hallie
Q. Brown, Chairman, will hold its
first session at 5 p. m., July 8.
Mrs. Myrtle Cook, chairman of the
Program Committee, has been able
to nearly complete a program which
covers the newer and more striking
phases of work which has been call
ed lor, due to the extraordinary time
through which we are passing.
Miss Nannie H. Burroughs, Super
intendent of Department for Suppres
sion of Lynching and Mob Violence,
will have a report of unusual Inter
est to present.
The Entertainment Committee Is
arranging for short trips to. Pike's
Peak, Colorado Springs, the Garden
of the Gods, and also for a midday
luncheon served free to the dele
gates. The committee in charge of trans
portation has announced rates from
the East, throu.gh Mrs. Manle Mos
Mrs. G. A. Ross, of Denver, repre
senting the West, and Mrs. Mabel
Keith Howard, of South Carolina, will
announce rates for the South. '
Information concerning board P.nd
lodging may be obtained from Mrs.
M. E. Dishman, 2439 Gilpin street,
Denver, Colo., General Chairman of
Arrangements for Denver.
Among the interesting things
scheduled will be the burning of the
Douglass mortgage, announcement oi
the Roll ol Honor, and the winner ot
the Special Tablet; also the election
of the Board of Trustees to manage
the Douglass Home, which will pass
to the entire control and manage
ment of the National Association tor
The American colored women
should be aroused as never before
to greater activity. New duties will
be placed upon our women through
the Amendment of the Constitution,
which will doubtless become a law
at the coming session of Congress.
At the smallest calculation, three
million colorpd women vwill receive
the ballot,' which is the greatest pow
er that has -been ijlven us since
emancipation, to correct teonie of the
evils that have crushed us.
Just now a call is coming to you
as thrown across a deep valley. Will
you, will you be there? Let the
answer come: "We will, we will be
All dues and per capita taxe3
should be in the hands of the Nation
al Treasurer, Mrs. Ida Joyce Jackson,
548 East Spring street, Columbus, O.,
no later than Mny 30, 1918.
Honorary Presidents: M-r. Mary
Church Terrell, Mrs. Lucy iThursnian,
Miss Elizabeth Carter, Mrs. Booker
Mary B. Talbert, President.
Hallie Q. Brown, Chairman Execu
tive Board. i
Roberta Dunbar, Recording Secretary.
PROF. JAS. F. PRIDE VISITS
James F. Pride of Courtland, Ala.,
graduate of Tuskegee Institute and
the son-in-law of Prof. T. W. Maddix
of Normal, Ala., was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Maddix of 1209
Clinton street, at supper, Wednesday
last. Mr. Pride, while here enjoyed
the hospitality of being carried to
several Negro enterprises and he
stated that the National Brptist
Publishing Board surpassed any Ne
gro enterprise that he ever saw.
DR. WM. GLOVER A VISITOR.
Among the visitors in the city this
week was Dr. Wm. M. Glover of Hen
derson, Ky. He came in from Alaba
ma, where he had been on a special
visit to friends. He spent some time
at Selma. Ala., where he participated
in the big Emancipation celebration
held in that section of 'the city. ' Dr.
Glover was a pleasant caller at a
number of the business and educa
tional Institutions, being a graduate
of Meharry Medical College and hav
ing spent some time in Nashville, he
has a host of friends here. . In the
fore-noon of Thursday he was enter
tained by the Assistant Secretary of
the " National j Baptist Publishing
Board. From there he went to be j
the gueBt of Dr. Geo." W. Hubbard,
in the Meharry Medical College. Be
ing an ex-printer, he naturally
mingled with the fraternity. Some
years ago Dr. Glover was employed
on the Star of Zion at Charlotte, N.
C, and then on the old South Caro
lina Recorder, published at Benedict
College, but gave up this to take
Dentistry at Meharry. After finish
ing he was married to Miss Rebecca
McCants. They are now residing
at Henderson, Ky.
FORWARD QUEST NOTES. j
The Big Sisters sent out ten bask-1
ets, 2 each, Christmas morning to
suut-ins. The Big Sisters are anx
ious to serve shut-ins by reading,
writing or doing anything for them.
Forward Quest of all departme: a
celebrated Christmas at the library
in a Christmas program assisted by
Fisk, Walden and city talent. We
wish to thank all who co-operated.
The three circles will have their
regular monthly business meeting
January 2, 7, and 7, respectively.
'i;iie public meeting will be an
Miss Matile Moore received the
firgt link given out. We are always
anxious to receive new members.
Start your girl right this year by
joining the Forward Quest.
white i American, who has more ati
stae than he has. While the Negro
has his life, loved ones and a little
property, the white man has all ofj
mis anu mucn more, in most in
stances he has all of this world's
goods, except that little the Negro has
been able to get from him in these fifty
years. It appears to us that In all?
cases of fairness, tne Negro has ever
remained loyal and will ever remain
so from an inherent inclination to do
so. The white man ought to give him
a square deal when it comes to life,
liberty, and pursuit of happiness 1;
this country. Galveston New Idea.
In this war the Negro is not only
fighting for himself but for the proud
KNIGHTS AND DAUGHTERS 0
On the 24th of December
Knights and Daughters of Tl
gave a Christmas tree at their
on 40th avenue-North. A progl
was rendered before tho presu
were distributed. Mrs. Mollie
land was mistress of ceremor
Praver bv Rv. J. H. Oruham
dress bv Miss Nola Cannon, asslsi
C. R. Song by Mrs. Sallie Goodrl
Silent Night. Response by
Hoden of South Nnh SH
talks from four of the Meharry bo
Sir A. N. Johnson and Sir J H.
son. Closiner none. "Amorirn"
The tree was laden with lots
POOd tlllnss for all After ihlal
kinds of refreshments were ser;
All departed saying they had f
a aengntiui evening.
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