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n" THE COLORED VILLAGE ^
Activities in Colored Village
Real life seems to prevail in the Col
ored Village of Badin these days. The
hopes and prayers of the most hopeful
poses of the Company by which we are
employed. Some time in February we
organized a Club of musical entertainers
for the village, including a Brass Band
teams in the next issue of the Bullet:
When you need us, write me. We J
always glad to serve any worthy cau
The boys are playing one or me
interesting games of baseball each we
and are winning much praise from t
Colored men are buying homes, a
the Company organized to do busint
here a few weeks ago is now paying
HOMES IN THE COLORED VILLAGE
of the two races concerned in this village
and in Badin, are now being brought to
realization. Our dreams are now being
realized. The social life of Badin is be
ing bettered—not by steps, but by leaps
and bounds. The colored people have,
seemingly, taken on new life. They take
interest with pride in all things started
for the development of the town and
race. Thus far, nothing has been a
failure that has been started for the
betterment of the people of our race
here and elsewhere, along with the pur-
and a Glee Club, vocal entertainers, who
are specializing in the music of our fath
ers and mothers, old plantation songs
and melodies, Dunbar readings, etc.
Both the Band and the Glee Club are
now able to entertain the public very
creditably. It had the honor of enter
taining the white people of Albemarle,
N. C., under the auspices of the Red
Cross, on Easter Monday evening, and
had a splendid crowd of hearers. All
seemed much pleased with the program.
I think we shall have the picture of both
money with which to buy business
erty. A deal for property will ^
be closed today by the officials o
Cor jx) ration.
The Loafers’ List has almost be^
thing of the past, as compared w'*
same list three months ago.
working like heroes, enjoying
mgs of life here, including the
house with special department
women. All this has given us
age, and we are trj*ing to brin? -
to pass. E. G.
GLOVER’S NEW CASH STORE
FALl.S KOAI)_NEXT DOOR TO WOLF’S
New and Attractive Stock of Groceries and Notions
COME ONCE, AND YOU WILL COME AGAIN
BADIN, N. C.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNClf*^
to the People of Badin that Our New Stadio* are no*^
complete, and readjr for tnming oat artiatic work
in All Line* of Photocraph^.
WOODY & REYNOLDS
135 Pine Street BADI^*•
J. C. WILLEFORD
DatUni in Watchat, Silyrwara, and Diamond* Etpacially
EXPERT REPAIR WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED
BADIN, N, C.
I)H. .1. F. CAMPBELL
OI KICK OVKIl WOI-I--S STOKK
HADIN. X. C.