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KASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY 1L&CH 23. 1917.
Monday night, prayer meeting Tuesday
night Rv. X. O. Butler of Mt. Arrat
preached to the Ladles Aid Wednesday
night. Clasa meeting Thursday night
and Friday night the fcuslnesg part of
the second quarterly conference will
be held. The Forget-me-not Club met
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MT. ARARAT CHURCH NOTES.
The Missionary Circle ot Mt. Ararat
Baptist Church was organized Janu- at the homo ot Mrs. Alex Cullum with
ary 24, im by Sister Britt Clark, president Miss Beatrice I Bogle in
The following officers were elected, 1 the chair. The fourth Sundav In this
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AGENTS WANTED TJ
President, Ophelia Boyd; Vice Presi
j dent, Mary Drake; Treasurer, Jennie
IChadwell; Secretary, Sister Sarah
Copeland. Rev. A. M. Bedford preach
! ed a wonderful sermon In the interest
i of the circle. The sermon was en
i joyed by all present. Collection $4.47,
! the Missionary Circle donated $1.50 to
Rev. A. M. Bedford. We have now
thirty-seven members already and
hope to gain more.
THE WHITE ROSE CLUB OF
TllA rlllh mot u-ith Mr Ttnrfnrrt
I Wednesday evening with a good at
tendance. e are planning some
thing for the benetit of our great rally
to be in next month, together with an
effort to make our meetings more con-
sentrated and beneficial. The next
meeting will be with Mr. Horace
Davis, 5 N. Seventh Street.
month will be an all day rally. Rev.
C. H. Clark of Mt Olive will preaohe
at 3 p. m, The fourth Monday night
the Forget-me-not club will give a
Seven day in one entertainment. You
are cordially invited to attend each
meeting and especially the Sunday
Rev. Jessie J. Price, Pastor.
ianta, sector bishop, presided and!
bishop' Iaaac Lane of Jackson, Tenn..
preached the opening sermon. The
address by the scholarly bishop, C. H.
Phillips of Nashville iwas profound and
eloquent Many vital questions were
discussed by the council. The C. M.
E. Church is making rapid progress.
The council unanimously endorsed the
official papers and the progressive pol
icy that has given them such wide cir
culation and Influence among the people.
derbllt Medical Colleges, giving the
students abundance of material tor
The National Life andAcci
tdcnt Insurance Co,jj
Cash Capital $380,000.00
Lit., Health and Accident
Insurance in one Policy
Weekly and Monthly Premium
NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The pulpit at New Hope Baptist!
Church was filled by Rev. W. C.
t'heers.'Sumlay at 11 a. m. The speak
er used for his text, Dan. 6:20', his
theme being, "Abiding in the Faith."
Rev. Cheers also spoke to the Sunday
school, using a theme, "Meeting the
B. Y. P. U. PROGRAM, MT. OLIVE
BAPTIST CHURCH FOR MARCH
Recitation 'Master Robt. Polk. v
Duet Prof. Cheers and Mrs. Fan
roy. Reading Myrtle Biddix.
Solo Rev. A. Sloan.
Solo Certie Babb.
GEO. E. WHITE M. D.,
physician a surgion
CVE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT
orncs 28 cboar ar. u.
BCB. 1600 JEFFERSON ST. M. 307C
The Ladies Missionary Societv of
the St. John Baptist Church, 'held
their meeting, March Sth. The meet
ing was fine with a good attendance.
Four new members were added to
our roll. We are planning to have
a soul stirring meeting, March 20th. A
program is being prepared and visitors
are invited. We hope to have the
grand president with us. Sister D.
A. Ferguson of Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
and also our pastor. Rev. G. W. Gray.
President, Mrs. Settle Collier, Secre
tary, Mrs. C. V. Arnold.
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ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Between 11th and 12th Avenues.
The Sunday school was opened
promptly at 9:30 o'clock by Superin
tendent, Brother J. A. Turner. After
singing and praying by the superin
tendent the school went through the
other routine of business. All the
teachers' were assigned to their
classes for thirty minutes. There
was a great spirit existing among
the school which brought a great
blessing to each scholar. A larw
number were in attendance with one
new scholar added to the Sunday
school. The lesson was reviewed 15
minutes by the superintendent Bro.
J. A. Turner, who gave very In
fctructive remarks on the work of the
teachers and scholars. The Sunday
school was closed with prayer by
The morning service was opened
with song by Brother Wni. Whiteside.
Prayer by Brother James Drake.
Then Rev. Hunt read the opening
Scripture. The Rev. took for his
text John 6:35, "And Jesus said
unto them, I am the bread of life,
he that cometh to me shall nevei
hunger, andiie that believeth on me
shall never thirst." The Reverend
preached a spiritual sermon to the
people. All are welcome to come out
The evening service was opened
with song and prayer by Brother
Chas. Williams. The Reverend gave
a few preliminary remarks to the
people. Tie then took for his text
Romans 13:12, "The night is far
spent, the day is at hand: the time
we have been idling away in doing
nothing. Let us cast off the world
of darkness and put on the armor
of God." Subject, "Put on the Armor
The Reverend preached a very
spiritual sermon to the people. All
are welcome. Come one, come
You are Invited.
Y. M. C. A. L. and T. T. CLUB.
By W" A. Buchanan. -
The Y. M. C. A. Literary end Track
Team Club is now beginning their
spring work and the future is looked
upon with great success.
Various articles were 'Carried out
and adopted at the last meeting which
was called to order at the residence
of the President, Mr. R. E. Stockard.
The main subject discussed was
about the Y. M. C. A. Building funds
and strong remarks were made by the
sporting editor of the club, Mr. Will
burn A. Buchanan which was about
the subscribers that have not paid
up their subscription should ."come
across." If the club iwill continue to
have the success they nre now having
later on they will come up to the
standard of the other Y. M. C. A
clubs in the North and East.
One of our motto's to other clubs
Is: "Get into the club directory of the
Nashville Globe." We are, be with us
leaders, it's the latest, "Safety First."
THE RURAL SCHOOLS.
The Rork-Hill Parent-Teacher As
sociation held Its monthly meeting at
the school. February 23, 1917. The
Vice President, Mrs. Wm. Liner, presided.
The meeting was opened with a i
song. "Blest be the tie." J
Scripture Reading Vice President.
Prayer Rev. E. If. Liner. . 1
Song "Inching along." Rock Hill
Address Rev. W. R. Stephens,
Pastor of Clark Memorial M. E.
Song "Let us cheer the weary
traveler," Glee Club.
Remarks Miss Johnson, Supervisor
of Industrial Work.
Paper The school as It Is and
should be," Mrs. James Cartwrlght.
Song "Some of these days," led by
Remarks Miss Haygood, Principal.
iMuch credit is given this association
by the Cotin'y Superintendent, super
visor and all visitors for having a
modern rural building so nicely turn-1
ished with everything pertaining to a -rural
school of today. By a request of j
the association the County is build-j
ing a road along the front of this j
. Quick and Comfortable ;
Between Jacksonville and
Chicago; St, Louis,
NORTH AND WEST
All Steel Equipment. Handsome and Homelike. Especially
Excellent Dining Car Service All Meals En Route.
More and Bet
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST SUNDAY
SCHOOL FRONT LINED.
"Superintendent Baker with his
teachers and through the methods of
fered by the. Teachers Training
School of which Dr. Sharp is head,
has graded Mt. Olive Sunday school.
A general reconstruction was put on
MEIIARRY MEDICAL COLLEGE
By George W. Pugh.
On last Friday afternoon the city
commissioners, Messrs. Thompkins,
Stainback and Mayor Ewlng visited
the Institution and each of them made
real interesting addresses to the
student body seated as a whole in the
M'ehnrrv Auditorium. The Meharry
i Orchestra furnishe.1 music and sever-
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THE MT. NEBO .BAPTIST SUNDAY
Mt. Nebo Baptist Sunday shcool is
still making rapid progress under the
auspices or leadership of E. L. Cleg
gett. The Galeda and Metoka are do
ing good work. Te Metoka's received
the banner of the Sunday school Sun
day. The total collection of the Sun
day school was $5.18. The pastor de
livered a spiritual sermon Sunday and
me congregation enjoyed it. The Ga
leda Class will meet Monday evening
March 19, at 7:30 o'clock ait the home
of Mrs. A. L. Thomas, 2417 Batavla St.
L i i -A4.tnn n V1 V snntro tr'arn aim CT
recently nd it can r.ow be said thatl " ? ?1
Olive Sunday school Is on the "7 ' J"" " n w
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Free Reclining Chair Car and
Coach between Nashville and St. Louis.
Daylight Trip Via Chattanooga and
SDONER OR LATER ETBRY
CHURCH WILL HAVE A
There is a gla8 for each com
municant. Tell us how many
you have to commune and we
will make up en estimate of
the cost of a set for you.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
Fourth Sunday in Lent. The Epistle
Gal. 4:21-31. The Gospel, St. John
IMornlng sermon en "Luxury," the
fourth of the series of Lenten sermons
on the "Seven Deadly Sins."
Evening sermon on "Adoption."
At 3 o'clock next Sunday afternoon,
March 18. 1917, The Missionary Bap
tist Deacon's Council will hold Its reg
ular meeting at the Kayne Avenue Bap
tist Church. All deacons boards are
requested to be present promptly at
IMrs. Florence Burnett Rayner leaves
Nashville this week for a trip In the
state of Arkansas, where Bhe will work
in the Interest of the Fireside School.
She expects to be gone about six
On Friday evening, March 9th, the
Fireside School workers entertaiined
the young people from Mt. Nebo, Mt.'
Zion and Mt. Gilead Baptist churches,
at their headquarters, 612 Gay Street.
The pastor of Mt Nebo church, Rev.
H. A. Alfred, and his wife, were also
present. As part of the program,
pictures of Boston, Mass., were shown
with radioptician, after which games
and contests were entered Into and a
social good time enjoyed. Refresh
ments were served. Remoks were
made by Miss Morgan. Jubilees were
led by Mr. Alfred Thomas and Rev. H.
A. Alfred offered prayer. .
Front Line. This is what tho Con
been and Is planning!) o. ohWnt
been and is pleading for daily, that
Front Line Sunday schools are the
demands of the day. Mt. Olive Sun
day) school is now graded according
lo the ability of the students. This,
of course, means that a student be
ginning in a low grade (1. e. simple
and plain views of the lesson) may
each year or as often as he or she
proves competent, be advanced. The
Sunday school should be the principal
avenue through which the youth and
the elderly should pass before the
real fitness of an individual is deemed
ready for real church leadership and
Meal citizenship. Visit us when' In
the city. The Sunday school has
elected Mr. G. P. Baker chief of the
Indian BufTalo Hunt, a move that is
being fostered to increase Sunday
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPER
At the reeular business meeting of
the Woman's Christian Temperance
Union held Monday night, March 12,
the officers of the previous year were
re-elected. Plans were made for n
special meeting to take up the work
for the financial campaign. This meet
ing is to be held at the home .of Mrs.
Josle A. Britt, 1305 Demonbretim St..
on Tuesday afternoon, March 20th, at
four o'clock. All members and friends
I are urged to attend.
WRITti SENDING A IWO-CtNT STP FO REPLY 10
National Baptist Publishing Board
R. H. BOYD, Secretary
523 Second Avwiue, Kirtb. r-AShYIUf. T
HUBBARD CHAPEL M. E. CHURCH
Sunday school at 9:30, preaching at
11 a. m. 7:30 p. m. Junior Epworth
League 3 p. m. Senior Epworth i
League 3:30 p. m. We had a'splendid
Sunday school. At 11 a. m. our Dis
rlct Superintendent, Rev. J. H. Ellis
preached a strong sermon. St. John
15:8-9. At 8 p. m. Rev. Gray preached
Rev. 2:4-5. The monthly business
meeting of the Ladles Aid met at the
residence of Mr. Noah Phillips, 938
4th Avenue South. Board meeting
Among the many charming affairs
of the -week, was the buffet dinner,
given Sunday, March 11th, by Mr. and
Mrs. H. Robertson at their residence
on, Lea Avenue In honor of Mrs. Robt,
W. Reese, a recent bride. Ferns,
white carnations, and quantities of
Aaron Ward roses being effectively
used through the home. The dinner
table had for the central decoration a
plaque of the different varieties of
spring flowers. A tempting five course
menu was served. Seated at the table
with the host and hostess: Mr. and
Mrs. Robert W. Reese, Mr. and Mrs.
James Coffee, Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert
son, Mr. Carson Satterfield, Miss
Idella Oranberry, Mr. Delma Jackson,
Miss Esther Frazier, Mr. Maurice
Weatherford, Mrs. Lena Bonds, Mrs.
Sarah Howse, Milton Robertson and
little Evelyn Robertson- and Miss
Eunice Flemming. Mts. Fannie Bur-
rus, Mr. Maurice Weatherford pre
sided at the piano.
FORMER NASHVILLE TEACHER
PRAISED BY CRITICS.
Chlcaga, 111., March 20. Miss
Maude J. Roberts, formerly a teacher
at Walden University, now Chicago's
sweetest soprano singer, appeared in
recital Wednesday of last week at
Lincoln Center, under the manage
ment of Cary B. Lewis. She was as
sisted by Roy Tlbbs. Washington, X).
C, pianist. It was largely attended
by a most appreciative and discrimin
ative audience. She rendered a pro
gram In French, German, English and
Italian. Says Herman Devries of the
Chicago Evening American:
Miss Roberts Interpretation is re
fined and graceful, and she carries her
audience by the sheer simplicity and
modesty of her manner, even before
she has sung a note. Of the rare
charm and tenderness of Miss Roberts
it Is Impossible to write too glowing
praise." The critic also praised the
wonderful technique of Roy Tlbbs, a
graduate of musical department, FIsk
MRS. CORA HALL CONVALESCENT.
The many friends of Mrs. Cora Hall
will be pleased to know that she is
able to be up about her duties. Mrs
Hall Is the mother of Miss Allene Hall
one of the most popular members of
the school girl set and has many
friends in the city. We wish for her
speedy complete recovery.
the chapel escorted hy Hon. J. C
Napier to be carried ' through the
various departments of the Mp'1'-'"
Dental. Pharmaceutical end Nurse
Training colleges. The students still
remain in the auditorium to hear the
very Interesting addresses made bv
twn renresentatlves of the Freed-
man Aid Society, who spoke after
Mayor Ewing and the Commissioners
had left. Mr. E. C. Hanley a layman
and prominent business man of Day
ton, Ohio, stated that now he has
visited Walden University and Me
harry Medical College, he will be
able to vote Intelligently on any and
all questions that may arise In futrre
board meetings, relative to these in
stitutions. The address made by the
other, representative, Rev. W. H
Wherley was Indeed interesting and
heartily applauded by the students.
Bishop Tyree made the closing re
marks which were featured by a
humorous racial etory which was In
deed pleasing and recreating to the
audience. The annex of the Dental
department was begun a few days
ago and is now well under construc
tion. Dr. H. W. Morgan will lectm-e to
the dental students next Monday
morning at 10:30 o'clock in the Me
harry Auditorium. On last second
Sunday, Prof. Haskell of FIsk Uni
versity addressed the great crowd
that gathered to hear him. The ser
mon was very logical and much en
lovtftd bv all. Good music by the
choir was a feature. Meharry sweet
voiced ouartett sang the well known
"SoTtwmlwr now thv creator." At
h Y. U. C. A. at 3:30 o'clock. Dr. W,
Gray, Prof, of Medical cnemistiry
addressed the body. His subject was
th "Pavcholocv of Religion. Dr,
Grav has written several papers nut
none to surpass this. W!e welcome
Miss Oree Cleveland will be buried
Sunday. March 25 at -Mt. Ararat Cem
etery at 2 p. m.
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KfacSgUeHigheft Types' of Coaches, Dining Cars. Pullman
Sleeping Cars and Parlor Cars.
THI SOVTMKRN SIRVU THE south tsonintrn hiimujuii...
over 7,000 miie of road, atl of which ll loe-ated in the S Ulh in elvn dlCu.
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NASnVILLB. - . . - TKNMCSSER ,
Miss Frances Calloway of Chicago,
gave a piano recital of attractive num
bers on Wednesday evening, of lasc
week in the college chapel. She was
assisted by Miss Iliff Moores and the
Young Men's Glee Club of Walden In
Walden was well represented in the
audience that greeted the Meharry
'Symphony Orchestra at their annual
concert on Friday evening in Meharry
Auditorltum. The program of well
selected numbers was excellently
rendered. The vocal numbers were
two selections by the Treble Clef Club
of Walden; Solo by Dr. V. M. Mar
shall and aljo by Mrs. Pearle Wright,
wbo was accompanied by the orches
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. McMUHan enter
tained President and Mrs. White with
faculty members, at six o'clock din
ner on, Thursday of last week. .
Dr. George F. Durgln, former presl
dent of Walden, stopped over Sunday
in Nashville on his way to New
Orleans on a business trip. He was
on the campus a part of the day, and
was entertained at dinner by Dr. and
Mrs. White, In the dining hall, where
he greeted several young people who
were in school during his administra
President White reported that the
snow that fell Saturday night was
eight inches deep on a level on Stan
day. Very few students left the cam
pus, although it was visiting Sunday
when permission is given to visit city
DR. AND MRS. W.ELKER HAVE
FINE LITTLE DAUGHTER.
The many friends of 'Dr. and Mrs
Welker on Jefferson Street will be
pleased to know that a little girl ar
rived at their home on last Saturday
morning. Both mother and baby are
receiving the congratulations of
large number of friends and acquaint
HMaARY E. HOWM
FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS
TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY
Wc Can Furnish Your Horn. Complete From Parlor to Kttchao.
Wi Take Old Goads as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly
BISHOPS OF C. M. E. CHURCH
Houston, Texas, March 11. The
bishops of the colored CM. E. Church
and connectlonal council held impor
tant meetings here this week attended
by all the bishops and nearly two
hundred delegates. Bishop R.
Carter, recognized as the most brll
iant scholar In the church, presides
over Texas, he and the Texan g gave
the council the -biggest entertainment
they have had In the history of the
-church. The reception at Galveston,
Thursday night and .In Houston at the
auditorium Friday night vere big
features. Bishop L. H. Halsey of At-
M V, RICHARDS. Cemanle
aianrr, Washington. D. C.
SHINE KNOWS A GOOD THING.
Say boss! Can't you please 'vance
me a little money? said Shine the
colored porter for one of our grocery
stores to his employer. Yea Shine,
but since I've Just paid you your
salary I would like to know what are
you wanting more money for? . Well
you see, said Shine, dig here bone-
dry law Is gwlnter shet me out, ana
I wunter git me a little more Jack
Daniel before It do. v Shine! ynr
should learn to spend your money for
better things, said his employer after
handing over the cagh.
Yes, sir, but I know this Is some
of the best 'cause I've used It before
John W. Kibble, in The Murfrees
MRS. BUCHANAN DEAD.
'Mr. William Buchanan, the son of
Rev. Alex Buchanan, the brother of
Mrs. Ida Buchanan Holmes is very
much bereaved by the loss of his wife
She was a Miss Salile Casseu a
daughter of Rev. C. C. Cassell, a mem
ber of the Eastern Star Lodge. She
is survived by a father, three brothers
and three sisters to mourti her loss.
Mr. Wlllian Buchanan was married to
Miss Cassell and to their union was
bora two children of which the good
Lord took to his own care and keep
ing. Mr. William Buchanan has been
In Clarendon Ark., for 24 years and
he is now very much upset over the
death of his wife.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, EAST
"True Worshippers" will be the
subject of Rev. W. S. Ellington's dis
course Sunday morning. The sermon
will contain special instructions to
the new converts and those who are
preparing for baptism Sunday night.
The Sunday night services will con
sist of a song service, led ny the
chorister, Mr. ' Fleetwood Petway, a
twenty minute sermon, closing with
the administration of the ordinance
of baptism. ' Large crowds are ex
pected to attend both the morning
and the night service.
DR. C. V. ROMAN TO DELIVER
A LAYMAN'S DISCOURSE AT
ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH
Dr. C. V. Roman, specialist of this
city and a conspicuous character in
the A. M. E. Connection, will occupy
the pulpit of St. Paul A. M. B. Church
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Dr.
Roman has for a number of years
delivered a layman's discourse at the
end pf each quarter, usually summa
rizing the lessons of the quarter in a
way pleasing and beneficial to the
vast audience that greets him. His
subiect on th's occasion will be
'-'A Spiritual Biography." Mr. A. G
Price will sing "Whaf Will You Do?"
MRS. PORCn DIES.
Mrs. Jane Porch, widow of the late
Simon Porch, died March 10, 1917,
after a long and painful illness in
Chicago, where she had lived with
her daughter for the past seven
years. Mrs. Porch was a Virginian
by birth, but was brought to Tennes
see when a child. She had been a
Christian for over forty years and
was a member of Mt. Ullve Baptist
Church of this city. She Is survived
by two daughters, Mrs. J. W. Nel
son and Mrs. E. D. Merrill, six
grandchildren and four great-grand
OVERALL NOTES. I
" Sunday school Is progressing nicely
and the teachers and superintendent
ore doing their best to Impress the les
son on the minds of both young and
IMts. J. C. McJCdoo left Saturday t"
visit her daughter, Mrs. Mattie
Powell and Mrs. Harriet Hill of
The guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
last Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. S. I.
Teaslev and daughter Callle.
Mr. Samuel Donnel visited home-
Miss Lura Knight has returned
home from the hospital and Is doing
very well at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Samson McHenryand
and little James S., Jr., were guests
of Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Knight, Sun
IMr. and Mrs. S. I. Teasley and
daughter. Callle visited Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas McKnight. Sunday morning.
Mrs. Sarah Maney of Nashville
visited her sister. Mrs. Robt. Mc
Knight last week.
iMIss Uda Bell Savage was the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sam Rucker
at Halls Hill. .
Messrs. Samson McHenry and
Taylor Cullum were the guests of Mr,
G. W. Donnel recently.
THE NASHVTLiLE COLLEGE OF
EMBALMING (BEGINS FULL
TWELVE WEEKS' COURSE.
The Nashville College of Embalm
ing opened February 20 at 9 o'clock
for its full twelve weeks' course. The
short six weeks' course has been dis
continued and the ten and twelve
weeks' course will be the regular pre
scribed course for the present time.
Owing to this' advancement In time
and requirement, the Nashville College
has been placed in the foremost rank
of the embalming colleges In America.
. Many, students 'have arrived for
this course which has promised to be
the most thorough during the history
of the school.' The , Nashville College
of Embalming by special arrange
ments takes care of the anatomloal
department of the Meharry and Van-
SEIZE THIB OPPORTUNITY.
By Wm. C. Cheers.
Special to the Nashville Globe.
. Readers, some few weeks ago I
wrote you a few suggestions showing
how the farmer and the townmen
could aid In reducing the high cost of
living. lit this article I relate that
the use of vacant lots and other avail
able land about the home were among
the surest means of solving the prob
lem. We note this week through the
Banner of March 6th that Mayor
Ewlng, Mr. R. W. Bratton and other
real estate men of our city have, of
fered their support in this effort
They estimate that there are five hun
dred acres of vacant land In our city
which could be used for gardening,
etc., and that there likely will be no
hesitation ott the part of the owners
and real estate men in letting such
land out to those desiring to make
.themselves Instrumental In reducing
this high and strenuous cost of living,
Reader, (my people) l it us not be
slothful. Let us also apply for this
right that . Is .now being given us
Plant a little of many varieties of veg
etables, and save your cash dimes for
fuel etc. We need it. .
Any information regarding garden
cultivaflon. time to plant, kind for
season, etc., I will gladly furnish It
to you. Again I say, seize the oppor
Sunday was a fair day and every
body seemed happy. Sunday school
was fine. The lesson was well dis
cussed. The superintendent being
absent, the school was opened by the
Rev. Wtn, Henderson preacher two
excellent sermons Sunday. We have
a very good community now, since
the bootleggers are cut off from their
saloon. We, the Christians of the
community are certainly glad of the
bone dry" law.
Sunday, March 11th, Rev. P. W,
Woodson preached two good sermons
We are glad to have him with us. He
was guest at dinner at the home of
Mrs. Maliesa Daniel.
Madam Mary Murry and Mallssa
Daniel iwere guests of Mrs. Martha
Miller. Sunday evening.
IMrs. Emma Alexander visited ner
father-in-law,. Mr. Cal Alexander of
Murfreesboro. She reports him still
IMr. Frank Kirby Is on the sick list.
Mir. S. D. Daniel Is sick at this
Madams Mallssa Daniel and Mary
Murry were guests of Mrs. Nelson
Mrs. Salile (Franklin and children
were guests of Miss Mary Miller,
Mr. Joe Miller will move to the
country, Tuesday. He will be a farm
er this year. We wish him good luck
iMiss Henry Newman was guest of
Miss Mennie Murry, Sunday after
Rev. T. H.' Bushby preached here
Sunday and returned to Tullahoma
on the 6 o clock train. , .
Rev. Wm. Henderson was gues,t qf
Mrs. Franjc Kirby .and returned home
on the ll p. m. tram.- ,
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PftDDCAH, CHR1TI, i
LOUISVILLE AMD HOPKISSYILLE
DEATH OF A PIONEER.
Mr. Carroll MeGuire, father of Mxa.' -
R. G. Keeble, died at the residence
of, his daughter, - 1G05 , . Jefferson
street, at 8:40 p. m., Monday. He wa ;
one of the pioneers of this communl-'.
ty and one of the most highly re- "i
spected citizens. . His friends were
legion. , Funeral services -were held
at Gay Street; Christian Church . at
2:30 p. m. yesterday, conducted by
Dr. : S. W". Crosthwait' and' , SElder
Charles. H. White. The1 following .
friends were the pall-bearers: Charles i, '
White, Peter Price, Mark Parjrer,
James Simmons, Mr. Garrett ' and
Mr. McLemqre. v":"'.
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