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We had a splendid Sunday school
Sunday and a large attendance. Our
, worthy Supt. gace some beautiful
talks on the lesson. Our worthy
pastor .from Knoxville, was present
and gi.ve us' a spiritual sermon at
3 o'clock. Our prayer service is pro
gressing fine, on account of bad
weather why there has not been so
many present, but we have had good
meetings all along, as our dear Saviour
Jesus Christ was with us. Mrs. Lula
Miller a lovely and most splendid Sun
day school worker has been appointed
Superintendent of Sunday school and
Miss Arma Jene Miller, Secretary and
Miss Fannie Woodford, Treasurer.
Miss Mary Dotsonof Newport News
Va. Mr. ' William-' Edmondson for
merly of Antioch, now of Oakdale,
took a tourist trip over this place
Wednesday and had a bird's eye view
of this place, and the surrounding
country. Mr. Edmondson is a promin
ent young mail from Antioch, and a
true Christian gentleman and is doing
splendid work for the upbuilding of
this place and our race. Mr. K. P.
, Miller from Cincinnati, Ohio, is at
home once more and all of his old
friends are glad to receive him' back.
Mrs. Thomas Waldon and sisters are
visiting theri old residence, at Rock
wood, Tenn., this week. Mr. Andrew
Brown, a prominent business man
from Dayton, Tenn., is visiting his
friends and relatives and is thinking
of staying here a while as It Just
will be a while for he is drafted in
the array and is in class one. Thomas
Woodford, born 1811, March 28th
' leaves Earlington Ky., for Oakdale,
Tenn., Sunday evening at 3 o'clock
and arrived in Oakdale at 7:59 Wed
nesday night. Present age 107 years
old March 28th. Thos Woodford has
been visiting his daughter at Earling
ton and Is making his home with his
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Thos W. Walter at Oakdale.
The many friends of Mr.' Clifford
Keith were sorry to learn of his
death which occured in St. Louis, Mo.
The remains were brought to Sewanee
for burial. The home was crowded
with friends, who came to show their
last respects to him. The people of
"our city are glad to welcome Mrs.
Keiih back and are indeed sorry of
the occasion which broueht her hom.
Miss Eugene Bonner has returned tn
her home in Fayetteville, after a two
weeK s stay with Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
.Sims. Miss Irene Sims of Nashville,
was the week end guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Robinson. Mr. Russel
Burks was in Winchester, Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holden were in
Cowan, Tenn a few days this week.
Mr. John Colyer was called to Win
chester on account of his uncle Mr.
Aaron Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Hill have moved Into their home
which they, bought on High SC Mrs.
.Walter McGowan is visiting Winches
ter this week. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Hinton were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Mike Gray, Monday. Mrs. Mamie
Rutherledge and son of Memphis,
Tenn., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Jim
Keith. Miss Mary Lue Bragston' and
Mrs. Eunest Shed were In Winches
ter shopping Monday. Mrs. Lener
Dindley has returned from Winches
ter, Mr. Will Robinson was in Win
chester Tuesday. We are very glad
to se our sick out again. Mr. Edd
Oaborn, of MurfreeBboro, has return
ed home after a week's visit to his
sister, Mrs. Walter Wooten, Mrs.
Adeline Mosley has moved in to the
cottage of her father on Oak street.
!. Odest Wooten of South Pitts
l urg, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Wooten. There will be a dance at
the Childress Hall Tuesday night, the
last dance until the great Eastern
Hop. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Cheathem en
tertained a few of Mr. Cheathem's
friends Sunday at dinner at their beau
tiful home on High Btreet, those
who enjoyed the occasion were Messrs
Tink Sims, Frank Miller and Prof.
Kindley. Miss Cynthia Green left
Friday for Sheffield, Ala. ' Mr. Joe
Chimes is spending the week end
1th his family in Tullahoma, Tenn.
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Mr. Aaron Malone of Greater Nash
ville was here to see his family last
week. Mr. Chas L. Crowder was in
our midst last week. Miss Lucy
Lowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Lowe of Blythe street, died last
Wednesday evening at the home of her
father. Burial followed at Gallatin
Cemetery. Quite a number of our
boys were examined last week by the
Sumner County Board for duty some
where in France. The boys say they
are going across "no man's land" and
get the Kaiser.- - Mr. Otis Winston,
who is employed in Nashville was here
last Sunday to spend the day with
home folks. On last Sunday morning
at Winchester Street Baptist Church,
Mrs." Peter Vertress, Lieutenant No.
5 of the Ladies Auxiliary of the State
for Foreign Missions and educational
work made an urgent appeal to all
its members and friends to do their
full duty in giving freely for that
laudable cause. In part she said that
she deeply regretted that the good
women of this town had not banded
themselves together to show their
patriotic spirit in aiding our soldier
boys who are now at the front and
those who are yet to go, stating that
she believed that the colored women
loved their sons Just as dearly as the
white women loved their sons and that
if the white soldiers needed sweaters
and scarfs to keep them warm that
the colored soldiers needed them also.
She made an earnest appeal to the
mothers and daughters to economize
during these war times that by so
doing we would help win this great
titantic struggle. The Globe writer
is only sorry that so few were pres
ent to hear these things that we are
much in need of outlined so clearly.
Mr. Robert Baker, Jr., of Nashville,
was here last week to take the physi
cal examination for duty somewhere
in France. Weil, it does really look as
if the ground hog failed to see his
shadow from the beautiful spring days
that are now in evidence, but don't let
us become overjoyed the weather man
might have something up his sleeve.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bush now have
charge of the restaurant formerly
operated by Mr. Isaac Oglesby on
South Water street. Mr. Carroll Har
ris left a few days for the city of
Memphis. Mr. Will Henry Davis and
Mr. Geo. Day, are now prospecting in
northern fields. Mrs. Carrie O. Har
ris is rejoicing over the arrival of a
fine baby'boy in the home of her son
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Har
ris, at Nashville. Get the habit of
reading the Nashville Globe, the races
best newsie. See Robt. Baker the
Globe boy. At the writing Mr.
Solon Banks of West Side is reported
very seriously, ill. The sad news is
rumored here that Howard Douglass,
age about 22 was killed In Ander
son, Ind., recently. He was the son
of the late Mrs. Amanda Douglass who
for a l --.ruber of years was a resident
of East Bledsoe street. .If your
tongue needs exercise chew gum. The
Citizens Pressing Club now has on
display their beautiful line of spring
and summer woolens. Mrs. Jno.
Turner of Indianapolis, Ind., after
spending a few days with her brother,
Mr. Simon Patterson of Scottville pike
has returned to her northern home. If
you know any news Items that are
worth while tell them to Anthony.
Sunday was a fine day here over
head. Rev. Green Thompson was at
home and had services at his church
for the first time this year, as It has
been so cold It seemed that a good
many of his members from the coun
try wera present. Tho Reverend
filled his pulpit day and night. They
report a glorious meeting. After the
service at tho church a few of the
members came to the home of Rev.
Thompson and had prayer servicb
with Sister Jane Lockridge. She is
still very feeble. They will hold
prayer service with her again Thurs
day night. Sunday school at Wesley
Chapel ;M. E. Church was well at
tended Sunday afternoon. It seemed
that all of the young pnople tried tt
be present, girls and boys. They
report a good discussion on the les
Bon, Service was also at the Holi-
neag Church Sunday tnd Sunday I
night Kev. Flo4 Flippius filled the"
pulpit. Kev. j. A. Campbell of Nash
ville was here Sunday to see his
mother, Mrs. Etta Campbell, who in
sick at the home of her daughter.
Mrs. Mary Bond also has been slch
but we are glad to know that she in
up and able to wait on her mother.
Glad to say Mrs. Amy Turner has re
turned from Columbia, where she has
been for several weeks under the
treatment of Dr M. Uoyd. She is
still very feeble at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Julia Olaker. We hope
she will soon improve. . Mr. W. M.
McLemore is still very feeble, also
Mr. Jim Patton. Mr. Frank McLe
more of Columbia was . here again
Sunday to see bis mother, who lost
her house on last Monday, and to see
his brother, Mr. Tom Marshall, who
is very sick. Mr. McLemore carried
his brother home with l'l n so that he
could give him good attention. Mrs.
Gertrude McLemore was here Wed
nesday to see Mrs. B. McLemore af
ter she lost her house. Mrs. McLe
more is expecting her daughter Tues
day from Chicago , Miss Allie Mc
Lemore Johnson. Mr. Joe Lockridge
and wife were In our midst Sunday
night. Mrs. Celia Lockridge of Co
lumbia was here Sunday to attend
service at her church. While hero
she made a few calls to see a good
many of her friends, who were more
than glad to see her. Rev. A. H.
Thompson and Dr. Green of Franklin
were here Wednesday. The Doctor
went out about two miles to see t
sick patient. Miss Louise Wilson and
Mr. W. M. Gordon of Columbia were
the guest of Misses Lucindia and
Florence E. Brown Sunday. Mr. S.
B. Bond, Sr., was in Nashville Sat
urday. Mrs. Eliza Overton was here
Sunday to attend service at her
church. Mr. S. B. Bond, Jr., gave a
musical social February 7th at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs G. J. Shar
ber. Those who were present were:
Misses Ophelia, Willie and Johnetta
Stevenson, Iola and Lucinda Sharber
and Viola Jenkins, Messrs. Ross and
Emilio Bond, James Wade, Porter
Colwell, David Ratcliff and W. B.
Bond. A two course menu was served.
Music and games were the features
of the evening. Every one seemed to
have had a fine time. Miss Florence
Brown spent two or three- days in
Nashville last week. Mrs. Willie
Mai Thompson spent two days in
Nashville last week. Since the bum
ing of Mrs. McLemore's home she is
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. IMchard
McKissack awaiting the presence of
her daughter, Allie. Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Davis and children were here
Thursday visiting. Mrs. Bettie Wade
entertained a number of her frien ls
Friday night for a short while, but
on account of her aged grandfather
she had to dismiss her friends.
DR. J. W. WHITFIELD,
Editor of the I. 0. I. Record, Nash
ville, Tenn., member of the National
Negro Press Association.
The Ministers and iTeachers' Week
ly Meeting met at the home of Bro.
R. E. Hunt Tuesday night, Feb. 4th.
The newly elected officers were in
stalled for the ensuing year: Brother
R. iE. Hunt, president; Rev. W. B.
Crenshaw, vice president; Sister Bes
sie Leek, secretary; Sister Bessie
Johnson, vice president; Sister Jes
sie Johnson, treasurer, after which
business was taken up and the
president stated that the teacher
might take charge of the lesson. The
lesson was beautifully taught by Sis
ter Jessie Johnson and a delightful
time was had and each one went
home expressing that they were ben
efited. Twenty-two members were
present. We adjourned to hold our
next meeting at Brother W. D. Fri
erson's Tuesday night, Feb. 12tb.
The people of this community came
together Sunday evening in a mass
meeting at Brook's Chapel M. T5.
Church, of which Rev. W. B. Cren
shaw is pastor, and organized two
organizations; the first one organ
ized was the ParentJTeachers' Associ
ation. Mrs. Marie Dobson was elect
ed president; MIbs Bessie Johnson,
treasurer; Mrs. Lucy . Claybrone,
treasurer. The other organization
was the Men's Community Associa
tion. Rev. W. B. Crenshaw was elect
ed president; Brother S. C. Clay
brone, vice; Brother R. E. Hunt, sec
retary; Brother Ned Pointer, treas
urer. The spirit of getting together
seems to be operating toðer among
the members of both the Baptist and
Methodist churches. The next meet
ing will be held at Mt. Lebanon Bap
tist Church the fourth Sundav eve
ning of this month. The public is
asked to be present. Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Hunt and Mrs. Laura Hunt
were the guests of Mrs. Simpson at
Mrs. Nannie Buckner of this city
left for her new home at Summers
vflle, Ky., on account of being ill.
She will be .gone several days and
her sister, Miss J. E. Board, will
teach in her stead until she returns.
The stork made a visit to the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton JefTrles and
left a bouncing boy. Mother and
baby are doing well. Little Miss
Lauretta Smith, who has been on
the ' sick list with mumps - Is
able to be In school again. Mr. An
drew Smith, .who has been confined
in the hospital for several days, has
returned to his home here, and his
condition is quite encouraging to his
family and friends. Mrs. Celia Curts,
Mrs. Etta Wintersmith and Mr. Jan.
Quinn are on the sick list this weel:
Since we wrote last the snow ha
passed away, and winter seems al
most gone back to the North Polo.
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MR. JNO. MURPHY,
Baltimore, Md.t honorary president
of the National Negro Press Associa
tion, editor of the Afro A
Whether it has or not, we hope so
much to have no more cold. The sun
shine is so pleasing. .Mr. and Mrs.
John McCotney can be seen early
Monday mornings sitting high upon
the old-fashioned spring seat in the
wagon drawn by two line Jar heads
(mules) en route to the fields .of cot
ton and the corn. To make sure win
ter will not appear so dreadful next
year as it did this one, may they do
must to aleviate the suffering that
awaits us all. May many more take
the same step. Mrs. Mary M. Bon
ner of Burch street, Chattanooga, was
a pleasant visitor of her sister, Mrs
W. H. L. Reynolds and mother, Mrs.
Emerline McMullen, last week. She
returned Thursday and contemplates
going to Chicago, 111., to visit her sor,
Henry. Mr. John Coley of Mt.
Pleasant, a very prominent brick and
stone mason, also a iiative of old
Lincoln County, Is here on business.
He will return Monday. Mr. Joe M.
Lamb is improving after a serioun
illness. Mrs. Lucy Small departed
this life Feb. 6th. Funeral services
were conducted at Providence by
the pastor, Rev. W. H. L. Reynolds,
assisted by his brother, Rev. J. M.
Brown. Rev. W. S. Bishop of the C.
P. Church, Rev. Wyart Dodson also
were among the ministers. There
was quite a lartje crowd to witness
the funeral. Sister Small was about
92 years old and a member of the A.
M. E. Church. She leaves three sons,
Mr. Albert Small, of Oklahoma; Mr.
John Small and Mr. Chas. M. Sum
merford; Mrs. Cynthia Bryson of Fay
etteville, several grand and great
grandchildren and other relatives and
friends to mourn their lost. She was
a loving mother, a true citizen, a
devoted and consistent Christian, but
we bow to Him who doeth all things
TUra Marv Stnpknrrt HiAfl flf bp
home on High street after an illness
of thirteen months. Her funeral was
from Bethel A. M. E. Church, con
ducted by the pastor, Rev. Adams
Miss Alice Stockard of Nashville and
Mrs. Jessie Wilkes of Cleveland, O.,
and Mr. Ned Stockard of Louisville,
Ky., were here to attend the funeral
of their mother, Mrs. Laura Brown
Whittaker is improving after several
weeks' illness. Rev. Stunstill, pastor
of the First Baptist Church, preached
at Bethel last Sunday at 3 p. m. The
choir of 1st Baptist Church furnished
the music which was a special musi
cal program and was greatly en
joyed by the large congregation pres
ent. One of the church clubs of the
First Baptist Church met with Mrs.
.Maggie Dobbins last Friday night.
After the regular routine of business a
social hour was enjoyed and refresh
ments were served. Mrs. Elvira
Smith died Feb. 7th. Her funeral
was largely attended from the First
Baptist Church. She leaves one son.
Mr. Harry Smith. The Knitting Club
is now meeting at the Episcopal
Church every Friday afternoon. Mr.
Buck Fitzgerald is confined to hla
room on account of sickness. Mrs.
Nettie Clegget has returned from
Chatta.noo.ea, where she went to
visit her sister. Messrs. James Gantt,
Ed Johnson, Profs. J. W. Johnson and
J. H. Kelly, Rev. J. W. Irvin and Rev.
J. C. Lawrence visited Mr. Felix Web
ster, who is quite ill at his home on
the Williamsport pike. Mts. Nettie
Clegget and daughters, Misses Lillian
and Pauline, will leave Ihis week for
St. Louis to make that city their
future home. Dr. I. J. Edwards, pre
siding elder of the Columbia Dis
trict, preached a soul-stirring sermon
at Bethel A. M. E. Church Sunday,
Feb. 3, 1918. This being the second
quarterly conference the members
and pastor, Dr. Adams, were very
desirous that the occasion be a suc
cess both financially and spiritually.
Dr. Edwards was forced to return to
Nashville Monday morning on ac
count of his wife being ill. He ap
pointed Dr. Adams, the pastor, pre
siding elder pro tem. The conference
was a grand success despite the ex
treme cold weather which has con
fronted us. We feel that we cannot
fail with God as our leader and pas
tored by such an efficient leader as
Dr. W. H. Adams. Rev. W. H. Moore
of Nashville preached at Bethel A. M.
E. Church Sunday at 3 p. m. Rev. T.
J Tunstell of the First Baptist
Church will preach next Sunday, Feb.
10, at 3 p. m., in the interest of the
Stewardess Board No. 1 His choir
and members will adcompany him.
Miss Ruble Searcy is at the bed
side of her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Searcy,
who was very sick, but is better at
this writing. ' Rev. A. L. Pin, pas
tor was at his post of duty and preach
ed an excellent sermon from St.
Luke the 16th chapter and the 16th
verse. Misses Izetta and Cecca Davis
and Mr. Joe H.( Williams, Mr. Andrew
Swinger were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
FUmle demons, Monday afternoon.
Mr. Willie Foster was visiting here
Sunday. 'Mr. Sellars Hawkins was
the guest of Miss Ruble Searcy, Fri
day afternoon. Miss R. B. Searcy
and Mrs. Bettie Davis were the guests
of Mrs. Charlie Searcy, Thursday after
noon. Miss Jessie Branch was the
guest of Mrs. A. Thompson, Monday
afternoon. Mrs. Blanch McFarland
of Nashville, was visiting her chil
dren last week. Misses Nellie and
Lula Williamson, have returned to
Nashville after visiting their parents,
Rev . and Mrs. George Williamson.
Mrs. Annie Hawkins has - recovered
after a few days of illness. . The
school has re-opened after three weeks
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of vacation. Master Charles Searcy
has recovered after a week's illness.
The funeral of Miss Ethel Lake was
attended at the A. M. E. Church Mon
day at one o'clock. Funeral servlcn
were conducted by Rev. S. J. Howard
of Nashville and Rev. A- L. Plnkston,
pastor of the A. M. E. Church, here.
Mr. Douglas Searcy was the guat of
Miss Mezzle Brown Friday afternoon.
Those on the sick list are Mr. Percy
Branch, Mrs. Charlie Searcy Mrs.
Hettie McFarland, Mr. Earnest Haw
kins. "WITH THE COLORS."
Special to the Globe.
Newport News, Va., Feb. 9, 1918.
To the brown-skinned girls of Nash
ville from the boys of Conwany K. j
Girls, write to us. We will be glad I
to get a letter from any - brown- i
skinned girl. Cheer up your home
town boys; write to us. Here is a
list of a few of us. Write to either I
one of us. From Co. K, the pride of J
Privates John H. Benford, Chester
German, Harry Harrison, Willie G. !
Wallace, J. B. Diddy, James Rufflns, j
Geo. W. Glen, Ed Harris and Richard j
REV. JNO. H. FRANK,
Louisville, Ky., member of "the Na
tional Negro Press Association, editor
of the National Baptist Union-Review.
IS NOW PRESIDENT ALLISON
PROF. ANDREW ALLISON,
' President of Albany Institute,
Prof. Andrew Allison has been only
recently elected as president of the
A. and M. College of the American
Missionary Association School at
Albany, Ga. News of his election
reached Nashville sometime ago, hut
was not given out for publication by
his friends who felt that he did not
care for publicity.
Prof Allison is a Nashville boy, hav
ing graduated some years ago from
the Pearl High School. He afterwards
entered one of the universities where
he finished his university course. He
accepted a position down 'at Albany
as a teacher. Each year he has con
tinued his studies, taking a post course
in such notable institutions as the
University of Chicago and the Colum
bia University. From year to year it
Is said that his ability has been noted,
and that ho has been gradually ad
vanced until now he becomes president
of the school in which he was a mere
teacher a few years ago.
Prof. Allison is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ferguson of Jackson street, and
is a member of the Mt, Olive Baptist
Sunday School where he taught a class
DR. C. V. ROMAN,
Nashville, Tenn., editor of the Medi
cal journal, member of the National
Negro Press Association.
The St. John Baptist Church at
Antioch Is doing nicely. Our pastor,
Rev. i G. W. Gray, was with us Sun
day and preached two able sermons.
His text at 11 o'clock was the 14th
chapter of St. Luke and the 26th
verse. The 14th chapter of St. John
and 6th verse at night. Our church
is still progressing and our pastor is
doing great work here. Our collec
tion Sunday was $60. We hope to
have a large rally In June. The
Ladies' Auxiliary held quite a nice
meeting Sunday at 4:30 o'clock. The
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meeting was fine. Our pastor made
some brief remarks to the sisters.
Miss Louise Harman of Nashville
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Arnold Sunday. iMiss V. O. Robinson
spent the day with Miss C. M. Kidd
Sunday. Our church clubs aro doin.i;
good work and we pray that good
will stay within us and the spirit to
do more in the future than we havo
done in the past. Our superinten
dent, Mr. Arnold, is still holding our
Sunday school right in the front. We
pray that the Lord will bless him.
Rev. C. H. Simmons has been in
the confines of home for more than
four weeks. Among the recent visi
tors at the home of Rev. C. H. Sim
mons were Mesdames Jennie Burnett,
Mattie Bradford, Victoria Miller, Klz
zie Peebles, Miss Lucy Peebles, Mrs.
Lucy Howe, Mr. John Cannon, Mr.
Albert Hockett, Mr. Sydney Matthews.
Mrs. Annie Beard, (Mr. John Rucker
and Mr. Sam McGhee and Mrs. Fan
nie Davis. Mr. Vann Searcv is suf
fering with lagrippe and tonsilitis.
Mrs. Amy Cook is now on the sick
list. Mr. John Cannon was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Ross
last Sunday. Mr. Henry Cannon is
still improving. Just as we go to
press Rev. C. H. Simmons is now
at Hubbard's Hospital. Isaac it.
Peebles and Mr. -Henry McGhee are
now called oh to be examined for the
The regular monthly meeting of
the Walden Circle on the fourth Fri
day will be hold on the 22nd of this
month at four o'clock In the after
noon in the Music Hail.
Letcher Jackson and George Drew
were called before the U. S. Local
Exumining Board this week and both
passed the examination.
Lincoln's birthday was observed
with appropriate exercises at the
chapel devotional hour on Tuesday,
February 12th. IThe following was
Reading "My Captain" (Whitman)
C. J. Center.
Reading "Lincoln," (Riley) Miss
A sketch of Mrs. Julia Ward Howe's
Battle Hymn of the Republic, Miss
Mary A. Hall.
Reading "The ' Colored Soldier"
(Dunbar), Miss Mattie Kellis.
Reading "Abraham Lincoln" (Dun
bar), Miss Hazel Lyman.
Solo and Choruaf "Keep the Home
Fires Burning," Miss Leon Saun
ders and school.
"I ""'"' Gettysburg Address," Earl
MISSIONARY TOURER IN THE
Please allow me space in the Globe
which is a valuable paper and gives
us the news as it is. The bright side
as well as the dark side of the Ne
The Missionary having been snow
bound and cut ofT by the high waters
for two or three weeks compelled
him to look after the mission work
in the city churches and visited for
the last three weeks Mt. Olive Bap
tist Church, Dr. C. H. Clark, pastor;
Tabernacle, Dr. G. M. Burns, pastor;
Write for Terms
Good Money Made. We want
agents in every city and village)
10 sell The Hinr HaJrJ
(niwrr. lhls Is a won
derful preparation. Can be used
with or wilhuut straightening
Stnd for 2.c lox one
25c box ttrnvRS IK v.ilnp. Anv
person that will use a 25c box
will be convinced. No matter
what has failed to grow your
hair, lust dive the Hinr
II nir ruw-r a ll'ial
and be convinced. Send 2ito
fur lull size box. If you wish -to
be an aaent send H I .Oil and
we will send you a full supply
that you can begin work with at
once: also agents' terms. Send
all money b) Money Order in
P. 0. Box 812
Greensboro, N. C
15th Avenue Baptist Church, Dr. A.
W. Porter, pastor; Mt. Zion, Dr.
Brown, pastor; Pleasant Green, Dr
J. C. Fields, pastor; New Hope, Dr.
J. C. Harding, pastor; Second Bap
tist Church, Dr. G. B. Taylor, pastor;
St. John Baptist Church, Dr. Whitta
ker.i pastor. Each one of the pas
tors knows how to look after the mis
sion work and opens the door for the
missionary whenever he knocks for
Let us all see to it that we read
the Globe. We learn of the Publish
ing Board and also what the Baptists
are planning to do tills year, and also
we learn of the Theological Seminary.
Brethren: The missionary is on his
way to see you. We have grent hopes
of better weather.
Yours for the cause of Christ,
J. S. COLLINS, Supt, of 'Missions.
MR. W. H. STEWARD,
Louisville, Ky., member of the Exe
cutive Committee of the National Ne
gro Press Association, and for more
than thirty years editor of the Ameri
Mr. G. N. Vernon has been visiting
his sick brother, Mr. Harrison Ver
non, of Belleview. 'Mr. Harrison is
at his father's, G. W. Vernon, at
Belleview. Mr. G. W. Vernon has re
turned to his home, Cincinnati, O.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hurt and son,
J. H Jr., of Centerville, who were
en route to West Virginia, stopped in
the city and were the guests of his
Sister, 'Mrs. Ella Hurt Gaines, on Haw
kins street. Mrs. Hurt is the sister
of Mr..W. W. Hornbeak, 1573 Hard
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