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kcxrvrtiv rirmv rpmiV tawiaky 12. 1917.
WiWOIUMl iwvmi 'v . 1
"AM SURE IT
SAVED MY LIFE,"
SAYS MR. ALLEN
Wis Suffering With Lung
Trouble and Hemorrhages
j OUT OF TOWK NOTES.
HE IS NOW WORKING
Says Lung-Vita Is Worth Its
Weight io Gold
Mr. Abraham Lewis cpent a very
lleasant Christmas eve at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Card on
the old Lebanon and Franklin road
and were hghly entertained. The
occasion was given in honor of their
daughters, Misses Birdie and Mabel
l aid, who are now at home from A.
nnd I. Suite Normal College to spend
the holidays and are looking forwa.-d
to a e.Mrry Christinaand a happy
New ioar. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Myers
of Murl'reosloro spent the holidays
with their sister, Mrs. Isaac l'eeples.
und enjoyed a lino stay. On Sunday.
Dec. 21, at Solomon Chapel A. M. K.
Chunh, notwithstanding the im leni
ency of the wiather. a fair sued au
li etice ns-embled to hoar Kev, S. V
Majors. The Sunday school met at
l):-y a. hi
Tenn., and reuort a nh-e time. Mr.
William Peebles is able to be out
Nib Pierce. The Christmas tree at
A. M. E. Church on Wednesday
night had a right good attendance
though the weather was real incle-
1 uvivi'Tnv I menu aur x- iai-iuiuj-i uuut--a
' I :it tli ltiimist church Saturday night
jus. tura . vuw. nnsaea . ,M very largely attended and a
lena Barker. Lillian Wntson, tioorgta sploudia tim0 WJM liaJ Masters
I Kllis Allen, Jr., nnd James Jones
r.re niaJving good music lor the pe.-
A. Trice and several other teachers
came homo for Christmas holidays
The Christmas trees at Pilgrim llest j
nnd St Paul were largely attended
and those who attended re;nrt a j
nice lime. Miss Mary It. l!anih:ll
spent fivm Tuesday to Saturday in ;
ide. The former plavs a mandolin,
the latter a guitar. Among our peo
ple who visited other towns were:
Mrs. Mattie Jones, Mrs. Mary Allen,
Mn llirdie Watt, Mr. Hardy W
Jackson. Miss t.oloia Jones, w no nas i .. tieome Couio. Mr. Elder
Watt, Clarence Allen, Mr. waiter
1 aihom, Mr. Birdie Wl'-Lain Orbrejr
Alter review untl applt- Mr. T.rown
I voting man
hern st.ivinc with her aunt. .Ml
Mattie Jones, for quite a while, has
returned to her home in Memphis.
Mr. Charley Brown of Troy, Tenn.,
-non from Monday to Thursday at
ihe home of Miss Georgia
In a letter from Mr. Leslie Alien
a prominent man of Koute C, Frank-1
lio, Tenn., lie had the following to
saf about his experience with Luns
Vita: "I have been using Lung-Vita
fr a lung trouble and it has done
the work for nie. . I was having
hemorrhages before I began taking
tliC medicine and was in a very bad
condition. A'hen I started the treat
Uiet my hemorrhages stopiied at
ee and I am sure that Lung-Vita,
tared my life. I am now working
and am feeling good. I belieev that
Ling-Vita is worth its weight in
Eld to undone suffering as I was,
ant I shall be glad to talk with
anybody who is suffering with lung
Lung-Vita is sold ty all druggists
and dealers. Thirty-day treatment.
M.73; J if teen-day treatment, $1.
i.Ui'.m ol the lesson and Cliristinas voting man who is
offering by the supeilntendcnt. the through life. We are glad to have
t irvues vee penod wi'h devotions - njra "With us. Rev. John It. Davis
led by ti-.e writer of iVore notes. Tl-.o ! )ia 3,en very ill but is able to be
i.r ciiore ! 'r a iot .tatt. 2:-. ,m nain. Miss Alverna Taylor, wno
ifiin which he preached an able a a
vcl! anan.'ed sermon. At S'-'' P;
m., the A. C. K. Lean lie held an in
tcrtstmg meeting and promptly at
7: ',o p. m., preaching services for
the evening begin. The pastor
chase for a text Matt. :0:2C, "Take,
eat, this :s my hotly," from which
he preached a soul-stirring sermon
and shouts of joy and hearty aniens
and the elements of the Lord'. Sup
per were given and thus passed into
history a service to be long remem
bered. The Christmas exercises held
by Mrs. N. K Hoss tit the Bryant
Town School were verv largely at
tended. Mrs. N. K. ltoss and
Ii. M. Simmons railed to see
Sum McGhce during the holid
Little Miss Leola Bradford spent
Tuesday evening. Dec. 24, at the i
home of Mrs. N. E. Ross and at-!
tended the exercises at Bryanttowu I
School. Mr. Walter and Robert 1
Crawford spent two days at the home!
ot llie'.r parents ut waiter mil
has Won Attending school at Na.'h-
viiie n- ent the holidays here with her
mother. She is a smart little grt.
Miss Odesa Hurt spent the Christ
mna nf her home In Nashville. She
tvtn return Sunday to begin her
cehnnl for New Year's. Mr. Charlie
Brown of Troy left here for his
homo Thursday. He reports quite
a pleasant time during hi3 short stay.
We have had several deaths here for
the last month. There will be a big
rally at Pilgrim Rest Sunday. Teach
ers' meet' ns: will be next Saturday.
ah tii. tmiehnrs are reiuesled to he
Dee Parish went to Martin. Mist.
Inez Ball, Mrs. Mattle Jones and lit
tle Robert Lee and Prof. M. A.
Bobbs went to Bradford. Master Al
len Dobbs and little Laraine Dobbs,
Mr. Luther Williams to Medina.
Messrs. John 'Williams and son,
Buddie, went to Humboldt. Mrs. Ella
Como to Mc-Kcnzle; Mr. Walter
Latham to Dresden. The Misses
Pauline Flora and Veilean Elm
mons to Sharon. Mr. and Mrs. E.
G. Boll, Mrs. Rebecca Ward, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Ward and Mr. Verbert
Ward went to Jackson. Mrs. Lizzie
Simmons and little Lurlean, who
are now staying at Sharon spent a
few days in our town with their
brother, Mr. Arthur Simmons, and
familv. U you are rot taking the
Nashville Globe, see Prof. M. A.
Dcbbs and subscribe.
ilt- present Miss Georgia A. Trice left Mr. Joe Hurt or Louisville, Ky
Mrs. Umui iv' for Huron, Tenn.. where sH'jis visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr-1 will resume her school work again. Joe Hurt. Mrs. Bert L. Ladd was
lays I T!lp lexingtim High School is pro-1 Hre visiting during the holidays.
muuln? nicely. Little
ilarman has been very ill but is able
to be up again.
Wi'lie I.eei Dr. L. A. Johnson litis returned to
l.ewisburg after spending the holi
days with friends in Nashville. Mr
Arnett Hurt was in Columbus Sun
t'tav. Mr. Will Hurt of Nashville vis
1 homefolksi her.,
1 MS -r? & JfrWll V$l eloso of his sermon nes.H.helutu.l Tlrnei. Norma, College.
II I i fllil5)!"y -1 vvho wore without Christ to accept; uvh:,rdene Davi left for
11 fk!im M' fv4 him and start with the New ,'",t"! Neville lUis morning to take up
II AsSy kW&W$W& A' ,iV0 f0r 1Um- Arter the tane.1 ction . ,,i r worU in A. an(1 ,. state Norma".
EAvlK A3tf fV V x fc'Vi the congcgatlon worn back to lie M. iss n.ulie Mai Davis left this
r Ai-iA A 'Min K. Church to hold Wa ch Meeting Selm.-r. Tenn., where'
W&'lj 'J-Z I and welcome the Nov.- lean I Ke. , ,)as a(,(.e,.te,i a position in Mie
PA7i &T-? Jim Redden had charge of th s meet- , , M. c, , llobt,rU and Miss1
&X$313 in and when the New "iear arnyed M , m voro qvl!ct!y married
fe3?SfeVTl?v f. ; . ! , ---. ?V i Lev. Collier received a yoim . man at te homo ot tlle Vride's parents
fejfetfrr---' - n.o the church f Sunday evening. Ie, :... 19tC The
. iu iwmm .I.J.J,, . Uincc the nnnu.il eon'etentc at .muu . i.,!cntof I.ewisbi'.rgycry charm-
i i.i n ii nil
l n in...,. i i- ...... m. :
j Sundiv was a great day in tly
I city, being the last Sunday in t,.e
Tl.o members of the varloti-
i iinrches seemed to be interested, j
Rev. O. Aden preached a strong ser-,
nt Hie M. K. Church at ll
, rll..,a lm iifwtnr
in., anil itev. r. eu.i.n
' of the M. E. Church, announced
! the. congregation u.ai " , Miss ,.cota .la.
! preach at the First Baptist ( hurch a ; ( lj.,rm n yMtlfT , Mr
i T:;:ti p. m. At i"o uu.,..
, n,.. crowd gathered at the Bapt st
I ninnvii Rev. Collier arrived
! used for his text Joshua fourth chap
( i,nrt of the fourth verse:
vou have not passed this way hereto
Vnrp" Subiect. "Looking out int.
the New Year." Those pie-ent
joyed n sileudM sernton.
ermon ne stHh,
hist week. Jlr.
11. McBride and granddaughter.
Miss C. R. Lawrence, visited C.av
Hill last Thursday. Mrs, Birdie
Alayse was in Chapel Hill Sunday at
tending the funeral or Rev. Bul'ord,
who was accidently killed Saturday
I,- .. I'ollino- trna Mr lllirtPC WoTMIs
l' :. , :.;,1.. I.nr, Woil.
would v, i " : , , :..,..
II -WUCT hit;
u- last welt. Slip returned to nei
I om e in Petersburg Wednesday.
Me?(lames Maxie Mayse and Mtiggie
L. Hurt visited their '-ister. Mrs. R.
Tf. Wotds. in Eavetteville last week.
Miss Irene Kennedy was the guest
of Mrs. Can Pharni Monday. Misse-
Marie On- and De'sic Akins have re-
tir;.e,i ; rite!bvvillc to resume their
surprise to the many friends of the
contracting parties was that ot Mr.
Henry Sanders ana mrs. -i earns
Gordon. Dr. J. Francis Robertson
officiated. Owing to the serious ill
ness ot her mother, it was a very
quiet homo wedding, not even their
most intimate friends were present
onlv members of the family. Miss
Mildred Dillard has returned to De
catur, Ala., after spending the holi
days with homeUolks. Rev. G. W.
Bond died at his homo near Frank
lin. Williamson Couuty. His death
was unexpected although he was In
feeble health. He attended the ses
sion of the last annual conference
here last October and recently visit
mi his daughter. Mrs. A. K. Morrell.
His remains were bi ought here Sat
urday, 24th, ami ' conveyed to the
home of Mr. A, T. Morrell on Hill
street. His funeral was from St.
Paul Sunday, Dee. 21tl. Mrs. llattle
Moore of Nashville spent tho holi
days with her paren's, Mr. ami Mrs.
Sy'd Evans. Prof. Jeffries of Browns
ville spent a part ol tiw nouuajs
here mingling amoi; his many
friends, all ot whom wer, delighted
to see him. Prof. Jsffr - is an
cxnember of the city wheel faculty.
Mr. Pope Trimble of .ii'V-ei nut
now a Student In Stat'. N,.rmal at
Nashvil'e. was tho guest or Mr. I'.tir
ncy Peacock during the holidays.
Mrs. A. F. Frierson and -Mrs. John
Brown of Thompson street and Mrs.
U-Battle of Scovel treei. .asiiviuv.
while visiting here turned out wita
Household of Ruth No. 95 at Ihe
funeral of Mrs. Wllkins. Mr. A. T.
Morrell, our efficient mail carrier,
has been confined to his room sev
eral days with eye trouble. Mr.
Billy Smith siient most of the holi
days In Pulaski. Miss II. A. Pruitl
thp .holiday with her
parents in Florence, Ala. Mrs. Ruth
Bennett ot Chicago, HI., is spending
the holidays with the family of her
uncle, Dr. C. 0. Hunter. Miss Leola
Bartow is home from the State Nor
mal for the holidays. Dr. C. 0. Hun
ter entertained a few gentlemen
friends at 5 o'clock dinner on the
"nth TiioRf seated at the table were
Messrs. John Barton, Ellis Harris,
T Morrell, James Tyler, Samuel
ii'mvi'l and Dr. B. F. Davis. Mrs.
i ii st.iten siient Christmas with
V'oi- iltiiiirlitor. Mrs. Fisher, of Nash
ville. Mr. Richard Slaton of Coffey,
to viaitini? his uncle. Mr. J. H-
the guests of Miss BeatrW Vassor'
Suuauy. Mr. Clarence Bel' able v
be cut agin after a 'w days' Ill
ness. Miss Ertella Brown is at homt
vislting her mother, Mia. M, Brown.
Mr V. Elliott has ictumed to
Clarksvilla ufter being called to the
funeral of his -.-ister, Mrs. Mollld
UNION CITY. .
The Christmas tree and concert at
Brown's Chapel was quite a success.
At an informal hop at Young's Hall
Wednesday night. Mr. Charles Smith
was shot in tho foot by Mr. Leonard
Herring, and as a result thereof Mr.
Smith is In bed entertaining his
wound. Misa Maggie Hale and Mr.
Jno. Wade the gifted musicians were
(juicily married in tbo home of Rev.
Brown Sunday night. Only a few
intimate friends witnessed the cere
monies. We wish tor them ' a
smooth sail over life's sea, Mrs. B.
L. Clark is seriously ill with pneu
monia. Mr. Frank Long is conva
lescing. Miss Pearl Crutehfield has
ports a fine stay In Indianapolis. &Oss
Erma Miller of Indianapolis Is visit
ing relatives here. Rev. VeneraWs
spent Christmas with his members.
Mrs. Annie Wood, who has been Buf
fering with nervous break-down, Is
improving. Miss Nezle Brjwn is horn
to spend the holidays. The puhlis
school had their exercises Monday
night. Quite an elaborate program
was rendered before a crowded hoase,
after which the contents of the Christ
mas ladder and church were deco
rated very prettily. Miss Martha
Haynes, our efficient teacher, bad
done a great work for our children and
has planned to do greater work. Mrs.
Jordan Dibrell has moved to her home
place. Misses Izetta and Celia Davis
spent the holidays at home. Miss
Martha Haynes spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hnmes, and re
ports' a delightful stay.
MRS. IXWERY IN MEMPHIS.
Mrs. Delia Lowery of li3G Edgehill,
left the city December 21 for Mem-
Ki.dinnml tt l4itt . nliAi ulm 1YM3II mnCL .
i.-.. . "k- "f ii tnhis. where she will visit her son.
lift i imui n ui iv. .uia, mui aj. i . . m
Douglas of Woodland .Mills, spent a Dr. G. S. Lower, Who is a graduate of
few davs in tho home ot Mrs. Una of Meharry Medical College of this
F. Washington on Palmer street. I city, and is now a prominent and suo
Mr. William Gibson of Hot Springs, cessful physician of Memphis, ur.
Ark., was a visitor in our city a! Lowery is among the number or tne
few davs ago. Mrs. Jennings of jMeharryltes who have made good.
Corinth,' Miss., is the house guest of I - Mrs. Lowery, while on her trip, will
Mrs. Eliza Wells. Mr. Moore and! visit relatives in riue uum,
Mrs. Goodrich of Hickman spent
with Mrs. Pearl l)ng
Mrs. -We4on of Hickman, Ky., spent ; COLORED NAN OK WUFiAN
Sixteen to sixty years old. wanted in
every locality. Writ up new Insurance
Members and collect dues each month.
Marvelous new Sickness and Accident
sne Death policy. Write quick to Hon.
Mr. Critchlow, General Manager. Dept.
2936. 729 Rookery Bldfi.. Chicago Illinois
a tew nays witn airs, earn juniiins
hani. Miss Flossie Garrison of
Woodland Mills, wa3 a pleasant vis
itor in the cilv. While here she was
delightfully entertained In the home
of Mrs. Pearl Ixmg.
Mr. Henry Brown was here to spend
the holidays with his family. He re-
Kin Specially Co.-l used your Nu-lUir
only a short lime and my hair h is arown to
wwderlul kujth. ll islhe best I ever uied.
Mn. Lliza Keed
Kings Ku-Hair Quinine Pomnde
This wonderlulhiir grower cltam the jcaloolall
dandrull, teeds Ihe roots ol Ihe stuliburo hdtr and
orows il nice audi ong in very short l.ine. then il
is easy to comb and lia in d.tleren islyles. Guaran
teed to do as we say or money lelunded. t your
druggist or mailed direct on receipt ot 25 cents.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
King Specialty Co. Dept. A
Kin4 Specially Co. Dear Goropany: Your
Nu-liair dues u9t like you say and I can
iMittifully iiiy ict the best hair jro-vcr and
loaic in liie ui-iid. Ma.garet Meyers'
,,l,is October 4. i;mij. "';'
ni"l't at 7:' P- '"- t,,n ;"oa Vcnx
met to celebrate Emancipation. Tin
vvas lately attended. The program
was in the hands of Mtv. M. L. Col-1-er
Next Sunday the following pas
tors hole to see evry haby in some
chur.-h: Rev. W. A. Lewis. iast,.r-it
M E. Church: uov. r. -"
,,f th.. M. K. Clivircii;
!!cy. S. M. Wright, pastor ol me imim, mpnt nif,llt in honol. of
Baptist Church. , . ; (laughters, Mis.-es Clamlie Mai
rri, .lootrp to nirel ail tlteir meiu-
hers the first Sunday in the New-Year.
j iugly entertained the public on Sat
' unlay night wilh a musicale which
i proved to be very entertaining. Mis
j es Claudic- Mai Davis and Clandona
i Lawrence presided at the organ and
! piano, assisted by the young men's
clce club and Misses Orr and Mildred
j Davis. Paul Davis und Thurston
Orr. Mrs. S. II. Davis, very delight-
i fully entertained the younger e.e-
TO THE WOMEN
How Can The Packing Of Your
Grip For That Summer Vaca
tion Be Complete
WHEN YOU HAVE OMITTED
A BOX OF
PORO COLLEGE 3100 PINE STREET. DEPT. R.
ST. LOUIS. Mia;
Christmas was the quietest witness
ed in the history of Ijiwrenceburs.
Drunkenness was put away by thoso
who are frequent u-ers of rum. Xmas
day was a geo.t day. Sunrise meet
ing at St. John M. E. Church was
spiritual in the highest form. Mr.
' i t h Ttiimti-isH entertained
at breakfast Christmas day. Mr. and
Mrs M L. Wiglall tnieruuucu ....
dinner" Rev. and Mrs. Sebastian Xmas
-ve Mr and Mrs. Geo. Symington
entertained at supper Christmas
evening Dr. and Mr. Sebastian. Dr.
and Mrs. 0. L. Hurrows. ciihm.u,. , Ymet;lle season
night w-:s one of tlw greuo.i ttm , 1uI home ot
of 'nia. bv way of a concert,
by Mrs. H. I.. Burrows ami Mis. .1
o'...ni'..t. Tlx. mis' office vvh'ch
ri.rded" the presents, was heavily
i...i Ti.r. nreceiit.; were managed
-and ilistributcd by Dr. I., i-.
.. . . t.',-o -vlinds 's heart was
1-app'v its tiicir nam:s were called
On iue.su.iy ui. i"-.
prmii- were high'.v entertained b.r
Mr and Mrs. Robert Linam
at dinner. All the churches Sunday
i.nri their door- thrown ajar, with
tl-,eir pastors at their posts respecj
HvpIv- with few exceptions. St. Paul
Baptist Church had a lively meeting.
Rev W. M. watts ihuub i-uc
in the absence of the pastor, Rev. C.
C Cade. Rev. J. W. Sebastian a
on dutv Sunday morning, preaching
' from Mica 2:10. Sunday evening at.
John'a M. E. Church watched the old
year go out and thp new yar come
J in with a high, splritu .-rvave and
!' a heart full of thanl.vlng to God
.' ,,r the past year's blessings. Rev.
J. C. Carter aenvereu iub
Meeting sermon. Mr. and Mrs. W.
L Wlgfall entertained Dr. and Mrs.
Burrows Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J.
m a Rumnass entertained Rev. ana
Mrs. J. W. Sebastian at dinner.
Hurry up and suuserioe ior
Globe. Don't be the cow's tall.
KicharJene Davi3. Dancing was the
leading feature of the evening, after
I which an ice course was served.
About 5t) were present. Mr. and
' Mrs. Henderson Davis entertained at
I dinner Sunday in honor of their
(laughters, jvtisses tjiauuie aiai anu
I Richardene. A six course menu was
i -. erved. Seated at tho table were Mr.
I and Mrs. John Hurt, Miss Claudene
j Lawrence, the Misses Davls and Dr.
L. A. Johnson. Mr. P. H. McBride
! returned to his work in Murfrees-
bro Sunday afternoon. Mr. W. D.
Davis, leaves for Ardmore, Ala., to
Mrs. Irene V. Johnson of Troy,
Ton,, ancni Christmas week wi'li
her aunt, Mrs. Deuie Iowcry. Mr.
Watt of Memphis spent part of the
i.nit.iuva with his cousin, Mr. ash
Fly. Ho left for home last Tuesday,
ii,' ' Rpnis.of Jackson was the guest
of 'Miss E. V. Grear on Christmas
Mrs Annie Lowery of Jackson
'iit.i frir-nrK here Christmas week
Miss Blanche E. Martin or fttempnia
spent the holidays with her sister,
Mrs. Mollie Bolton. Dr. G. H. A. Bry
ant was the guest of iss Martin on
Christmas day. Mr. V. P. Boykin
of State Normal, Nashville, visited
lelatlve, last week. Mr. D. W. Ra
gans was in our midst last week. Dr.
C, II. A. Bryant spent a any in u
loot u;,-pU with his mother and
father. Miss Elnora Greer and W.
I) Creer took a llyitv-' trip to Milan
last Wednesday. Mr. Cornelius
Greer spent the holidays in Carbon
ize, 111., with relatives. Miss Nel
lie Tison and her friend of Jackson
were the guests of Miss Mamie V.
Mathis Tuesday. The Christmas tree
given bv Lane's Chapel Church was
enjoyed by the number who attended.
Rev' Kirk, pastor of line's Chapel,
was at 'his horn,, on Christmas day
on account of illness in the family.
Rev. O. S. Howoll, pastor of St.
1 ' Tji'ct rinirch. nreached a
wonderful sermon on Christmas da
about "The Birth of Christ." A large
number attended the Christmas tree
nt St. James. Miss Estizer R. Wat
son of Na&hvillc passed through here
last Monday en route for Brownsvihe
where she" spent the holidays. Mrs.
'ephia Bobbitt returned home from
Indiana last week. Mr. Ike Sharp
and Mr. Bennie Donald or at. ijjum,
Mo!, visited friends here last Thurs
day We hope for Mr. and Mrs. Hut
son a long' and happy wedded lire,
tiiac No.ai Morris was in our midst
Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy MeGce
were in Trenton Monday visiting re
latives. Miss A. T. Davis, who is
now teaching ut Howe Institute,
Memphis, spent Christmas with rela
tives and friends.
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NASH VILLI? TENNESSEE
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PHONE MAIN 10t
FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS
TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY
Wr Cm Furnish Your Home Complete From Parlor to Kitchen.
We Take Old Goods us First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthlr
Our town was a g eat place for
the return of homefolks and the
iomin? of visiters this Christmas.
t.'.-n wer ns follows: From
St I-uls, Messrs. Ell Terrell, Hardy
Wtllbms, Mrs. Florence Williams
Purdy From Mens?lewrol, Mrs.
.Iran Edwards Wright: From Cairo.
Mr Wa'ter, Mrs. Minnie Clark. Mas
ter I.e-tter and Wa'ter La ham, lit
tL Mis Velma Mosely.; From Mem
phis Mr. George Ca.r.: From Chat
tiinoo"ii, Mrs. Gertie Flipplns Car
roll; From JacVson, Mrs. Ivie Moore
Kost'T pnd little son. Henry 'rs.
Lena Williams Hogshead and Utile
S. M. Ward, Mrs. lleitie Dohns Mo.-s.
Miss Luc'ie Ward; From Dresden.
Miss Bessie Milner, Mis. Hessie Wll
ner Royd, Mr. Peter Gardner; From
Medina, Master Morris' Butler, Mas
ters Venter and Boa Shane; From
Nashville, Master George Como:
Frcm Trimble, Mea rs. Will and
eharniing hospitality of the
was at the beauti-
Dr. and Mrs. C. O.
Htinler, rAl Wo t Ninth streft, when
Mrs. Hunter entenaine'l December
i'Dth from i to ." o'ckH'U in honor of
her house sue t, Mrs. Huth Bennett
ui' r iiiisurn Dnrinir the rerenlion
liu:'" i hours the guests were (ielightfull.v
made: .in0(i hh, ninn,i Rnlnfl hv Mis'
llurniine, the elder daughter of the
Ilt.nter home, and Miss Corine Ken
nedy. A most delicious two course
menu was served. The honoree was
beautifully gowned in old ro.e crepe
deehine trimmed in satin folds of
the same shade with touches of laee.
The hostess receive in Ni e green
taffeta trimmed in cream lace. The
gay. assemblage oZ matrons and
Misses reluctantly departed to their
several homes after being delightful
ly entertained. Mr. and Mrs. John
Brown and children spent the holi
days here with relative.! and friends.
Miss Ida Halfacre has returned to
Birmingham, Ala. Mr, Henry San
ders spent a part of the holidays in
Memphis the guest of his sister, Mrs.
Rogers. Mr. A. O. Jeffries, of Bells,
West Tennessee, was one of the
many visitors here during the holi
days. Mr. Andrew Sanderson of
Columbus, Ohio, spent the holidays
with his mother, Mrs. Esther San
derson, on East Eleventh street. Miss
Mary Bradshaw visited her sister,
Mrs" Lizzie McConico, at Gravel
Hill. Mrs. McConico accompanied
her home. Mrs. Annie Wilkins died
Dec. 29th after an illnesg of several
months at the home of her daughter.
Mrs. Tennie Gordon Sanders. Her
funeral was from St. John Baptist
Church of which she was a member,
conducted by Rev. J. S. Gilmore and
Dr. Robcrwon, Mrs. A. ' P. Crews has
been ouit0 tick at the home of Her
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We are sorry to say that Mrs. Mol
lie Bell departed this life on Dec.
the 2Sth, 1910, anil she leavea a
husband, five children, one brothe:-,
one sister and a host ot friends to
loss She was well
known at this place and -was a
prominent member of the Knights
and Daughters of Tabor. Her fun
eral was preached at the Mt. Olive
Baptist Church, by Rev. Jesse Stan
fieid. While it is our loss -we hope
it is heaven's gain. Miss Claudia
Collier left Monday morning for
Clarfcvllle. Tenn., alter spenuius
the Christaias 'here witn reiuura
and friends. Mr. Eddie Bell left
Monday for Indianapolis, Ind., after
spending Christmas with his mother
and father, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell.
There was a grand entertainment
given at the home of Mr- and Mrs.
Wm. Armstrong Saturday evening,
December 30. 1916. Those present
were Misses Ophelia, Maudle and,
Elnora Yatemon, Misses Essa and
Mvrtle Bowens, and Miss Rubia Gil
bert and AHIe Vanlier ot Promise
Land; MissbWie Collier of Clarks
ville, Tenn.; Mis, "Beatrice Vassar,
Misses Eva and Emma Armstrong,
J A. Stanfteld, Arthur Vassar. Re
am . Vnniier. Eddie and Mitchell
Bell, Loo and Chas. Bowens and Mr.
Geo Harris. The evening was spent
nipoic m.il all reno-t a delightful
time. Mrs. Jesse Everet of Indian-1
nnniiB Tnd.. left Monday night for.
Dickson, Tenn. Mr. C. C. Dodson,
who has been verv 111, la able to be
out agin. Mrs. Harriet Armstrong
was the guest . of her daughter-in-law,
MVe. Wm. Armstrong. Sunday in
the afternoon. The Missionary BaT
Ust Church is prencrlng for an old
folks concert Wednesday nigbt
Thcr0 wna a concert given at the M.
E. Church last Thursday night.
Everything was carried out nicely. It
was conducted bv Mrs. Mary weriena
end M'f. Isjibclle Smith.' Miss N. L.
Ptanfhld siient the afternoon with
Miss Ophelia Yat"man Sundry.
Misses Ophelia, Elnora and Maudle
Vntema'n entertained quite a num
ber of guests Monday evening. MV
Robert Klrkman, Oewel Gilbert,
Misses Allie Vanlier, Rubla Gilbert,
Elnora and Maudle Yateihan "were
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