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ODT OF TOWN NOTES
Mrs. Ridley Hasn't Had
Asthma 'Since Taking it
RECOMMENDS IT FOR COLD
Does Not Want to be Without
It In tier Home
IVi.liiy en route la SaCllo. Saturday son or the Baptist Church also
night was a great ,11110 at the par-1 preached a noble sermon to his con
ccnase of St. Jjinoa .M. 10. Church gregation at 11:30 o'clock. We have
'-inm u i(t;tii -i ui u i h k Jiii.rti iiimm ir iifK in mil nnrn
rTOl.! iiK.im. . i.,v . . iimi- . . ' Mtprninn tuna prnnrt 55oa tha rannrtor
Waters ,.f Xashvii:.. has w ,n ."""" l'1' " " pm i v napei. we are getting ready I ; "V "IT,. " ;C-w,;.r vl
i , ... .. . "i many tiioii-e grore.-iej on the ta- for the summer rallv. Hell Buckle
Mr. Harmon James of Chicago, 111.,
was brought heme sick and is with
las uncle. Mr. lliliy SvKes.
tert alned by Mr. and Mrs. James
Church Sunday for dinner. The W.
H. and F. M. Society was entertained
by Mrs. A. M. Russell, Thursday of
last week. Rev. Norman gave a
grand lecture to the society on the
duty as missionaries, also Mrs. V. S.
Wtalker. Their words were gladly re
ceived by all who heard them. The
n.eetinj? closed to jneet with Mrs. M.
K. Weather3poon, .March 1st, 1917.
Rev. MeGill filled the pulpit at Air
rock Christian Church. Sunday. His
Picture snows in the churches k- aa i, .,,, . ,-,...: ..." " ,. " : and read It
........ ,iv,l,l. I.ICLIIII Uh ""Ol iruiUO CUUU.VV 111. Lilt IHI1V THIS
here last week. Mrs. Susan Taylor,
a highly respected niemlica- of the
A. M. K. Church and wile of Mr.
rraim layior, uieil rTliiav and was
and subscribe for the Nashville Globe
that couhl be thought ,r in the wavi summer,
of eatables was put on the table and'
even more has ten 1 rou-ilit since! FLAT ROCK.
CnderJing Company ichS' ' BS tfd ":i S 'S ""'rC
the luueral arrangements. Tliere . ' ' le Iront D0,h si
"I have taken Lung-Vita for asthma
and I haven't had asthma since 1
took it." says Mrs. W. S. Ridley, who
lives at 1406 Twenty-fifth avenue,
south. Mr. Ridley is a promient
grocer and is well known in his sec
tion of the city. "And I will say that
for colds or coughs it can't be beat.
was a large crowd in attendance. The
I'ulaski High School is progressing
nicely, having at present the larg
est enrolment since the reparation
of tne city and district. It has a
Latin class i:i the high school depart
ment of over twenty young men and
women. Dr. J. I., l.eacli, the niedl
cal instructor of the City Schools of
Nashville, gave the high scl fol de
partment a fine practical address on
me L'.nu. insiant. Ttie school was
also blessed on the 21st hv a niusl
cal treat for an hour by the Murrav
Orchestra. Prof. Murray is a son of
I rof. J. L. Muiray of Springfield. On
am a great admirer of Lung-Vita' Sunday, Feb. ISth, the Y. M. C. A
and I was able I would never be
Colds, coughs, grippe Lung-Vita
will break them up and in addition
wm tone up your system. And they
should be broken up at the beginning
n et jointly the Y. w. C. A. at Mc-
Kissack Hall. Overtaxed for seatins
capacuy anu many visitors were
compelled to stand up. It was one
of the largest audiences of its short
history. Tl:e excellent music fur
nished by the Young Men's Orches
Decause they are sometimes the: tra was indeed a rare tront not m-ton
causes of tuberculosis and pneumonia excelled. There was profound silence
vuo uioHi iaiai diseases known. when Kev. Dr. Stephens introduced
Lung-Vita is sold by all druggists; l'rof. W'ynn of Martin Female College
ouu ueaiers. aav. t0 speuk to the meeting. The speak
er opened and closed his discourse
"Arise, shine, for the
i v. ai vs
i iw win mar
Suit cost mt Nothing
IO Pot l.in k'mkL.
Battnn lrM.ih.nnnn ... L o
andDeRr. Am sweilont dresscil
nn in town, m i king tMSmony.
I introduce tha Sm-i tvb, r..t-
jct thvm to .in. lt'igrtud worli
for my loare tim.
Got bit ova bokutiful it. brninv Utn
Ml Acrnt. G prtMnetcd. N w I'm
por,le lot.k ut. to me. Hot trl,.
wt d'. tr"v''u' in yo-rtrrritory
FKEL huw to join ami bpi Hmhl.m int.
T.AAIT '7 prayer,
light is (nme and the irlorv of thn
lxird is risen upon thee.'' The orator
seemed that lie was one inspired by
i the occasion and for the occasion.
T he audience was carried aawy by
! lis strong appeal for the truth, jus
I tice, humanity and ieal. The follow-
j lig ministers were present: Rev. D.
I Howard, J. M. Gentry, J, D. Siuclair
find J. T. Bridgeforth.
We are doing very well in our
(hurq, work here. Our pastor was
at his jM)st Sunday and at 11:30 a.
The weather is beautiful and the
peopis are very glad. So many have
gardens already. The people oi Paris
are well pleased. We have with ua
Rev. Samuel R. Skelton, the world's
greatest evangelist. He came to us
on the 17th of February and the
most powerful sermons that were
ever heard he is giving them. This
meeting is conducted at the A. M. E.
Church, but all the pastors and
members of all the churches are In
this meeting fighting sin. Oh, we
are happy to see the union of the
Christian family. The success is
very great and we are still praying
to have greater success. Our pas
tor, Rev. A. J. Russell, and the other
pastors are doing all In their power
to help the great man that God has
sent us to have success. Oh, that the
Sunday, February 23, was a glorious
Chapel Epworth sunshiny day. The Sunday school at
making rapid strides to Oak Grove Baptist Church was large-
sniritualiv and finan- 'y attended. At eleven o'clock. Rev.
dally. There was an excellent pro- R- H- Peoples preached a spiritual
gram last Sunday afternoon. The
topic was "Christ's power to keep us,"
and was discussed fully by the speak
ers of the day. .Miss Beatrice Green
Mrs. Jtmmle L: Hyde, Mr. Osborn
Orar and Mr. Philip Brlen. Come out
next Sunday and be with us. An in
teresting program to be rendered
You will enjoy it. Our District Sup
erintendent will be with us. Rev,
Mr. and Airs. James English re
turned Thursday night from New-
Orleans, and reported a most pleas
ant trip. Mr. Andrew Smith of this
city appears to be dangerously ill.
Mr. Bennie Starks and James Smith
and others embarked for Bourbeton,
Ohio, Thursday night Mr. Sam H
Harris member of troon C. the ill
Holy Spirit may dwell with tis B9' fated 10th Cavalry which was badly
me great tnrong or people, white anu demolished in an encounter with the
black, come that the Holy Spirit may Mexicans at Carrizal, Mexico, has
come wiui tiiem. i lie mens meeting been honorably discharged and has
Sunday afternoon will he long rc-,now returned to see his people once
meml eied. The prayer service in more in safety, it is remarkable to
me atternoons is saving from two; hear young Harris tell of his narrow
to three souls. We believe the Chris- escape from the Greasers, his manly
nans are going to battle aga'.:it sin! act ana bravery should inspire other
tin tne devil will know that God young men of Elizabethtown to want
still lives uinl he iias soldiers i:ito do service for his country. Young
the hatt'etield that are fighting sin Harris was badly wounded, having
rigiit ami lelt and the victory will I received a bullet wound in the shoul
be for God and His people. We feel !der, he was successful in escaping
and know that Rev. S. R. Skelton is from his pursuers and after riding
a real God-sent man. for no man ! one hundred miles conveved the mes-
oould do the good work that is l eing sage to his comrades what had hap-
done unless lie be sent from God. Ipened. Mr. Joseph Garnett who went
Our prayers are that success may nl-lto Gary, Indiana on January 14th
ways attend his effcrts. This meet-i has fallen ill and his wife Mrs. Ora
B. Garnett expects him to return
home soon. Rev. F. A. Smith has ac-
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yy I and reliable bells with rich,
f clear anJIir-reaehini tone
at very luw prices. Their
satisfactory performance and dura
bility is backed by the makers' guaran
tee and by our reputation of ha xlllng
only the best on the market.
Get our discounts and be convinced
of the real value offered.
Supericr Cast Steel Church
and ScIigoI Bells
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NAT'L BAPTIST CHURCH
R. H. BOYD, D. D Secretary,
"23 Second Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn.
ing will last throughout next week.
The funeral of Mrs. Izora Howard
was conducted Sunday at Mt. Zion;cepted a position with The Mammoth
ll.inrmt rinir,h n 1il i,',ili.,k nIT.Ifft ami Apclrlpnr Tnsnrancft fn.
m. preicbed .is a wi nilerful sermon! O. P. Woodson, the pastor, delivered, home office, 422 S. 6th St.. Louisville,
from John 5 :ii. "Wilst thou b3 made the great sermon, as she preached j Ky. Rev. Smith is an old experienced
whole?" Subject, "A I'niversal Hos- ber own funeral. Mrs. Howard was: insurance man and many of his
pital." He prnched a fine sermon, a member of Golden Rod Court and i friends rejoice to have him accept
Our hearts burned within u while was a charter member, also was the! the position once more. The Big
he talked to us by the wayrble. Our R. of D. for about three years. She j Home Company should receive the
Snnd.iy school is line inHer the I was loved bv all who knew lur nn,t -suDnort of everv Negro in Kentucky.
leadership of Brother Wesley Pierce.
was a devoted Christian woman. Nl;e:' it has eleven thousand nr.a one
also was one of the county teachers! hundred dollars on deposit with the
for about nicetpen years. The Court! State Treasury at Frankfort for the
of Calantbe had charge of the fun
eral. The members were nil present
to pay the last doner to their sister.
C. H. Jenkins, W. O.; Mrs. Johnnie
K. l.ee, W. C.
protection of its policy holders,
enough said, fall In, line. Miss Eu
rn"a Owens of Nolin. Ky.. is on the
sick list this week. Mr. Frank Phil-
Hrs while working for the Nolin Mil
ling Co., was slightly Injured by a
a eight falling on his foot.
Tl e home of Mr. and Mr E. C.
Oral of ST" North Franklin street
was thrown open on Wednesday eve
ning. 1-eb. LM. in honor ot the third)
hirtl'day nf the r granddaughter, l!t-l
tie Mis.i Convive Howell, daughter rl i
Mrs. .Jobniiie White Howell. The; Tl'LLAIIOMA.
house was be:uuiruiy decorated with! Suml.nv wna n i.i. wn. ai.
cut Howers and ferns with Washing- n,!,,,,,,.' ...,w ,,, , '..u '. .,, i UNA.
ton emblems predominating. Little; duty. nev. 'e. A. Martin Hied the JIr' annon wn0 has been suf
Miss Howell riade a charming little pulpit 0r Rev. Whitiaker Sunday at ferine wi,n pneumonia is rapidly im-
nosto:s. a two ourse menu was ;-,.;; vi0ck. He preached a noble l,rovlns- 1Ile writer oi mese notes
ervol. The many beautiful pres-' kprmnn liev 1 w T?i,.bmonH iq waa tne Euest of Mr. and Mrs. Vann
erts tceUed attested the popularity1 ctin i,i. ii. u v um ..c Searcy last Sunday. Mrs. H. Siin-
Urat was as- v.isl,villn will l.renrli at Mr Kirn
i;i"' uaiignter. .uiss i.ena n. wnne. c, i o.i a 0nn !,.i.- to w.
Tlie guest lift numbered fifty. i .Tonlcins unci wile visited the sick Sun"
mons called to see Mr. H. Cannon
MVs Howell. Mrs,
e;l in receiving the little folks by i.nntiut ri,rpii nn m-o-pi, ti.o t'm, it, and Mrs. Jennie Burnett last Sunday
, t Alt..- , 1, I ' ' " " " ' ' ,1" Urt.r C5 -njnnn U ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Searcy last Sunday
Tito younir people and members of
Ibe M. K. Church on Fel ruary 2Ut
sltrc'cd the pastor and his wife,
bringing ntan choice groceries and
nioiicv to the amount of $r,.20. A
' rnirvam vms also rendered. Miss A.
I!. Sunilcrs cot'iincti. 1 the same. We'
. "Pie address by Mr. 1 ce Whitle.
The t".i;tor resinndid. Mr. Bob Jen
i dn'-s and fr. Evans Young worked
bard In make it a grand success.
Many young people assisted. A snlo
was rendered by M s-: Annie Fug
irins. Mrr-. Win. Neil made some
brief remarks. I!ev. Neal and wife
wlil I e Rbid t i have another such
storm :it anv time. The services at
!be M. K. Church were well attended
k'ti!i(lav, Imth oay and night. Mrs.
Jane Helm died after an illness of
;cvci"il ('ays. Kveriiody should read
the Nashville Glol e.
day. Rev. J. I!. Manhbanks is ii,
La'vreu.ceburg condiuting a great re
v'val. Mr. Logan Johnson Is sick
this week. Mrs. Be'tie Hunt is sick
To keen up with Ibe nes of the
race read the Nashville Globe.
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Rev. G. W. Gray our belovcvl pas
tor was at his post of duty Sunday
and preached two very instructive
sermons iO the saints as well as sin
ners, at II ::',t o'clock he took for hi?
text, Isaiah 43:1, the latter clause of
the verse, "Let us come near to'-'othe
to judgment." His subject was "The
Lord comfort the church with his
promise.' at "::!(), was, Acts 9:5
"Who art thou?" We are doing nice
ly in Sunday school. Class No. 4 wp
very glad to get the banner bade
Sunday. .Mr. H. B. Robinson visited
friends In Nashville Sunday. Mess's
L. O. Collier and Avie M. Kidd were
In Rough Rock, Sunday. Mr. air'
Mrs. A. T. Buley and little .dnun'ite
visited their sister, Mrs. Joanna
Oraughn of the T. B. Hnsnital. Nash
ville. Sunday. Mrs. Curtis L. Bitth
relatives anil fvien's rf
Mr. Wash Jordan is on
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
' .V art? having some nice weather
! e e now and the hea'th of the peo
r!e is verv much improved, but
-.-.nil nii.i niuj . iwuMi our cil iW'Cc jH visitin
this winter. Fridav death visite I ' Vmlivillo
o homo of Mr. J. W. Williams aiid!ti,Q ,i,.i, nt
lock awav bis wile; Mrs. Williams i ueP, V eve the cucst of M
was a true w te. a sweet motner amii j. H. Kidd, Sundav.
i faitli'itl Christian. Site was ai V
mo'iilcr ol the A. M. E. Church iind'nirii. nrcn v
Icon for a long time and was' n; ,.f "' i... ,
icady and v. tiling to go at the Mas ; ,,,t .... ara ',.,., .. ,ti
She would tell every one nf si(,knPSB In olir ,,tfe town. Mrs
was waiting on the Lord pni, a ,. ., AT
; ' wn if wm ii m ".i j ii aim .ng
also. Mrs. Barbara
SfAnhpna nml fnnnlo
cer paslor. l ev. J. K. Kd wards. Site parl;er are sick, but we are glad to
leaves a htisbaii'l. tli-en childien and, renort them better. Mrs. Chester
manv friends, Death aiso came t.o!p.unn on,i nhibimn lpt n''i,,,,
home of Mr. iVid Mrs. John I , ,o. i ro,i i n. r-.i..
Sinna and took their three months Smith, Emanuel Ashlev and Ho.vard
we are m oeep symratby , Ralley. Mrs. Fli.a SuUon has move''
I lie lltnerai was nitend hack home from Alnhnn.a Mr. ToV
S ! ilml t,!flt !il,e was ready to meet hiin,jMoliie rarney
Fune- al serv'ces were nttendeil by ! prnitt, Jt L Si
" , v ,,,er ,"aslnr' "'e nev. j. w. H.Moppin from Wartrace. was here vis
Ilarham. The river is rising very j iting her mother last week. Masters
rust. The Rev. J. W. If. Rarhani,: r. t. Tillman and J. H. Johnson were
raster of St. James M. K. Church. in vartrace yesterday. Mrs W. R
has started a ten .lavs' meeting and j Cooper has returned from ShelbvvIMe
one has accepted Christ and manv;Mrs. Delia Tillman, Malvina Cooper
have come tor prajer. He is loine!nnH Roit Voti .or in ai,QiK,.tiio
I nesistod by the preachers of the ! Saturilav T.lttlo Wnvmnn ' pnr
also the Rev. F. Harring-I tp a in Shelbyville attending the
There 's heni some stronr i McAdams Hiirh Scbnnl Tr niH
i. ' is
e ihowl Son
tiMdnne fr nf hnr.
B.'.roro I uiimI It, tn; lialr
WW Aliurt an4 ooaiRP,
nn,l n,'W Hit U Inrlici
hngt in4 to foft mid
I'i-y lliat I can d,i It
UP UUV -r 1 want Li.
Voontruij, CLL1A on ail.
Don't let somo taka KlnV Pmm. .,i
you. You really cs.i't iinii-ha-Mirliutf
Until it s nice and long. That's wlmt
does, removes Dandruff, feeds the Donla of
n ha"Vlnd mu';"' it CHMf lonn, soft and
il kyi tter ua"'B a fc oil can tell
the dift-erenro, and artora littlewhile it
it up tosuityou. It Cxclcntocn'cdoas
J-chim. w-jwill r-oo y-ir rr- cy Wit.
i5C Ly mad on receipt or ulnnma or coin.
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t reaching done and it Is having lis Mrs. Robert Miller has returned from
effect, but v e will not forget to men-j Murfreesboro. Mr. Jack Mille.r left
I'o'i tne great sermon that was de-;"'"s morning for Nashville where he
livered bv the Rev. W. M. Young is expecting to work. The debate last
f.r it did stir o.l" heaiits. Sunday at v,'ednesday ni'-'ht proved a success
S p. m., Rev. Dixon, pastor of the.! The subject was "Shou'd a Woman
Baptist Churcli, was sick and could Vote?", The aflimative side was the
not fill his place. The second Sundav winner. Our Sunday service is grow
Rev. Barham and his members of St. !'" s'iritual'v as well as financially.
James M. E. Church are going to Dr. W, V. Hawkins our true aiid
repair their parsonnge. The work faithful pastor preached a most able
will begin thij week. A new ronf is! sermon Sundav. February 2r. 1!)17. at
g i to 1 e put on the parsonage and change Ml :"0 o'clock. Hlls text Is fou-d in
its style, an'i n new yard is to he Psalm 94:. "1. "Lord how long shall the
built. Rev. Young is still doing a.'cVed triumph?" His subject was
ircoii business ti the launrirv. Mr. Neman's question and God's anse-.
J. Gulp is doing a, nice pressing htis-j He made his theme so nlaln that
Ifess. Miss M. R. Mayberry, prest-. every man could understand him.
dent of the Missionary Socety. i'nn ssl'od the ouestion, Lord, how
M'sltii'g t lie work to the successful long shall the wicked triumph and
end. Pev. Rarham has added three God answered it. The wiok.ed shall
new members to his churcli in the cut off in their wickedness. They
j wce'r. Pev. Edwards is pushing will prosper only for a short while.
i things for his quarterly conference, Tr. Hawkins made such a beautiful
j whlci, will be the first Saturday and i Illustration on the subject, I wish
Sunday in March. Dr. J. W. Pickett every. Iiuman soul in the world
stopped over and spent the night could haye heard him. Rev. Hender-
Mr. William Snblett employed at the
State Insane Asylum was quietly
married to Miss Ada Searcy on Febru
ary l!:i, the writer of these notes of
ficiating. Rev. J. L. Webb preached
for Rev. J. H. Harding at the Bap
tist Church last Sunday. The 3rd
Quarterly of the Brooklln circuit con
vened at Paynes Chapel last Sunday
Rev. G. L. Jackson, P. D., presiding.
Several friends of this community
were present at the funeral of Mrs.
Lou Hall. Mrs. Mattie Bradford con
tinues ill. Mr. John Boyd is suffering
sermon to his waiting congregation
at 6 o'clock the B. Y. P. U. held the
usual meeting. The subject was dis
cussed fervently. The president. Mrs.
Mattie E. Roberts is doing much to
ward cultivating the young people's
minds In the Scripture, through these
meetings. All are invited to attend
the B. Y. P. TJ. The 25th inst was
Walden Day at McCabes, Temple. Dr,
3. M. Utley of Nashville was with us
he preached a wonderful sermon at
eleven o'clock, every one present en
joyed the discourse. Everybody was
glad to see Dr. Utley, as he is our ex
district superintendent and loved very
much in the city of Martin. At three
o'clock p. m., the celebration of Lin
coln a birthday was observed. A
large and appreciative audience as
sembled at the M. E. Church, the pro
gram rendered was quite enjoyable.
After the rendition of the program
the master of ceremonies, Rev. R. A.
Dowell, introduced various speakers
of the city. First, Mrs. Ella J. Cun
ningham in behalf of the Public
school. Among the many good things
she said, was, that she is a friend of
education and a daughter or Walden
College. Rev. R. A. Grief was intro
duced and spoke in behalf of the A.
M. E. Church, Bro. Ben Haynes in be
half of the C. M. E. Church, Rev. R,
H. Peoples in behalf of Oak Grove
Baptist Church, Prof. Dr. S. M. Utley
was applauded to the stage and in his
own way spoke with eloquence for
twenty minutes, bringing to us grrlt-
ing from Dr. E. A. White, president of
Walden College. The choir under
the skilled practice of Mrs. L. V.
Howell, rendered lovely music
throuhout the day. The male ouar-
tett, by Messrs. Carter, Waterfleld,
Sheppard, Phelps, was indeed fine,
ilso a ouartett by Misses Brinkley,
Byars, Sheppard, Ralston. There were
'uhilee songs. Mrs. Powell is well
informed In music and is doing great
work with our yrning people in the
choir. The Epworth League met at
six o'clock, the topic discussed was
enjoyed. Much spirit is in our League.
We are still taking in members. Dr.
S. M. Utley gave a short and inter
esting lecture to the Epworth League
ilyzing the object of the Leaeue
Society. Collection for the League
31 cents. At 7:.'!0 p. m., Rev. R. A.
Dowell presented Prof. S. M. Utley
as speaker for the evening. His text
was Matt. 11 :29-!0. Dr. Utley in his
spiritual sermon brought out every
fine fibre of his eloquence. It is a
foregone conclusion that Prof. S. M.
Utley Is one of Tennessee's silver
tongued orators, we are indeed glad
that the doctor was in our city. The
collection for Walden, Sunday, Febru
ary 25th, was $21.65. Miss Gertie
Iiwier Is very sick at this writing.
Bro. Pleas Clemmons, also. Mr. Robt.
Cavett are indisposed. Mr. Ned Utley
is sick. Two or three of our citizens
had tTIe pleasure of shaking hands
with Dr. S. M. Strayhorne, Saturday,
February 24th, he was en route for
Nashville from Union City, where he
had the sad occasion of attending the
funeral of his brother-in-law, Mr.
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tertained at dinner, Sunday in honor
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versity. Those enjoying their hospi
tality were Prof. S. M. Utley, Rev. and
Mrs. R. A. Dowell and Rev. Shelah
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weeks was at his post of duty Sun
day. Wrs. Mary Street entertained
the Ladles' Aid last Tuesday after
noon. Mrs. Inez Alden entertained
the auxiliary last Thursday afternoon.
After the business was transacted, the
hostess served sandwiches and Ice
SHORT STORIES. !
By Geo. W. Keeble.
SAME) HERE. .
Uncle Jabo, is a porter for one
the city's hardware stores, and wli
helping his employer and some of q
customers to keep the red hot st(
warm, chance to see one-of the d
tomers pull from his pocket a pi
of tobacco, "Whitefolks won't s
please gib n.e a chaw of dat'baccol
The man aftre giving uncle Jabo t
i chew of tobacco and then also civil
him the once over, said, "Isn t yoj
income sufficient to supply yJ
need?" "Yes stir; but it aint sul
cient to s'ly half my wants."
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to extend to our many
friends and neighbors who showed
their Mild sympathy anil deeds of
kindness to us during the sickness
and upon the death of our dear mother
Mrs. Mettle Lowe, also for the beau
tiful floral offerings.
On day while on my way to
city, I met an intoxicated man stj
gering along the street. He grasnl
me by the arm seemingly to stea?
himself, "Well, what do you want?'
asked." "Nuzzln! nuzzin 'tall."
: the reply, "Got all I can carry now!'
A mistress who's cook was hi
descent, came into the kitchen bn
asked (Just as the cook had flnisB
the dishes, Bridget, "where are I
scraps?" Bridget "sure we have'
had lny since the day your husbi
tried to show me how to make coffet
We are having some fine weather
and the farmers ate getting busy.
Geo. Perry and Mr. William Davis of
Bells, were visiting here Sunday. Mf.
William Cole was quietly married to
Miss Willie May Musirray, Saturday
night, we wish them a happy life.
Mr. Claude Boykin and Mr. W. A.
Barnette were the guests of Miss Le-J-'.
-m. Cole, Sunday.. Mis. Llllie B. , t
Hisgins and Mrs. Lizzie long were 'kJ:
deasant iruests of Miss Anna Cole,
Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Dave Davis of
Bel's was vis'ting here Surday. Death
claimed the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Chanie Cole a few days" ago.
The "Tme's ate quite busy in this
community taking up stumps and
ti''nlnr the soil. Sunday being a
beautiful snringlike day. each servire
nas well attended. February 22, the
"onlftr Creek school celebrated the
lives of great and noble men, born in
the sa'd n onth, onening song, Amer
ica. Invocation, Mr. I. C. ?Iartin
oig. Come unto me. Quotation from
ny author. Son. Columbia the Bern
"f the Ocean. Welcome address on
healf of Prcf. J. H. Kel'v, ex-prinei-nal
of Columbia Hirh School, . Miss
Louise Russell. Recitation, The Mes-
sie of our flag, Janie P. Greenfield
Recitation, Our flag, Emilv G. Ewin.
Recitption, Our Hero. Ottawa Green
"e'd. Pane. Life of Geo. Washington,
Miss Lou Teanle Williams. Recita
tion, F.'mma L. Fitzgerald. Recitation,
Our Flag, Maud E. Greenfeld. Song
fifa Spanned Bnnner. bv Misses
Martin, Williams, Woods and Ftz-
"erald. Declamation. Master David
Summers. Address. Prof J. H. Kellv.
His discourse was for the tinlift of!?"'
fa! en humanity. Mr,
oi Our Latest Pulpit Designs.
-1, t .
H. C. Williams ft
wnS on te life of George
Washington, his discourse was en
thusiastic as well as Instructive.
Mrs. Haslin and Mrs. Williams, teach
ers, deserves much credit for the
most excellent nro?rari. Prof. Kel'y
visited Mrs. Maud Walker's scheo'.
Friday of last week and pave a erand J.lp
lecture to the same. Also .Trof Ke'lv,
was the guest of Rev. G. R. No-minjT
t the A. M. E. Church and gave sni
b!e lectire. his Words will live long!?j;
'n the minds of those who heard him.jfe
We are indeed p'ad to have such aHeUf-.
men as Prof. Kelly in our nidst.
while here he was entertained l"',!!
.Mrs. Hurl'n. P-of. H. r. Williams ard'$!
Mr. ar,1 Mrs W. M. Johnson. Quite
a number of Kiner Solomon's w-ere lni---&
warar-Sawad Antique or Oold.n Oak, hl(My potiahwl, wHh top flnlahad In plu.h, any color l.lf-I,
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attendance pt the funeral of Mrs
Emma Dodson of Santa Fe. February
24th Inst... she
being ft memher of sa'd -t'T-serB
G. R. Norman, was en-, S&iaae,