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I Hini n a r I : ''P'V6 to prepare a place for ). Subject, : unless hoard ol St. Paul A. M. E.
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IMPROVED HIM il'!.Cl:lV.',?;t-eV.S- .MoiOn this nulo Browns Chapel wa.. tended the funeral in a body. Their
Dalinuno ! U!ll Purn USm'Vtr i t ivi , viTi 6 J?,n' ,tn eorPs of teachers marched from
Bsiieves it will euro Hnn.Hj; Iwi,,si,0" sL. the home n ciwer treet tu
J"J v nmpir' MM church. Six boys of the Seventh
nnA Pnui U Ia n mon. Rev. B. . oting. pastor ol nm., ..,, n i a,a in,
auu om ii id a
"My sou has been bothered with
weak lungs for ten years and had
tried various other remedies without
reaim, unia mrs, moiiio viara, wno
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lives at 600 Joseph Avenue, Nashville,
Tenn., In her statement to us the
other day. "I saw the statement of1,rei to hear their past.r, which was
some m the newspapers about what I0Uch inspiration to him. The paper
nuns-tin naa aone ana bought a
bottle. lie has used three bottles and
I can eay that after he had taken one
bottle I could see that he was improv
ing. He is now feeling much better
and I think! it will cure him if he will
keep it up. It is a fine medicine."
Lung-Vita is sold by all druggists
Manufactured by Nashville Medi
cine Company. Room 4 Steger Build
ing, Nashville, Tennnessee. If you
can't And it at your druggist, write
Re'il mr an.w'rnnH advice o V" III
yOKK I'SOOH MAKHIAGE QUESTION.
Let me tell you whnto narry to live mi ccsfu
tad happy, end Birth-date and IS cenn
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(Please mention Globe.)
WANT lOO HOYS
From the aiteof 12 to IS years, 1 1 form a
Kilhl si Friend. Mp Military Tamp of the
Kaiitfaihaod ol KrirQiNhip. The rompntiy
will he drill d and furnished wiih unif .nin
aod awoi-da free of charKe. Acply to
1. V. II 1 1.1. . 113 1-2 lta Ay.. N
to- Informal on
BE INDfPtNDtMT AND StLF-SlPPORTINO
Kant 3 OO tO $5.00 a day In Spara Tlm
Learn Artistic H r dre sing. Manicunnn, Face
Mass" v himI in'ulp IruALimiit. How to wl-mvc nd
Biaimftrtura hair, how niak- siwucln'si. irnn
furmHiiona, puffn, l';trnt iirni-ls. I'mpudtiuni,
Uudks, rr n ei.cea. I'm Yri?tw., tW. Stimiit-
inn, Hk-aihifiK. iKeiiK. i.v'in. Lad ih' Maul,
etc. Mme. De I'tumll. nn uit txiHTioitced H-ir
dress und iieam ("ul tiri . will trm-h you thf
Krench and Amt r run Syotcin in (u-r BLUK BOOK.
Prica only $a.OO.
fcknd fnonc orkT to
Bor 70, Statian O.
New York City,
,$20 TO $40 PER WEEK.
Being made aellinft the new Huir
C.Urej Peep', everyhnHy huyt. any ee
can aell, a man or woman wanted for aaek
county to work full or spare time, Wtitt
for terms and free outfit.
Autia Jenkiai C, F Stroot, WaaUaah
t.a. I). C.
-jr j I E OFFER Ikorouflhir good
yy I and reliable blli with rich.
' clear aaJfar-rcachintt ton
at vary low prices Their
satisfactory prrformaace and dura
bility is backed by the makers' (jnaran
tee and by our reputatiun of liu idling
only (he best on the market
Get onr discount und be convinced
of t lie real value offered.
SHX 'IK. tSSMMH 'jr. x-ic. ZJtX Jtiiie-
Superior Cast Steel Church
and School Bells
Write for Prices. Send stamp
NAT'L BAPTIST CHURCH
R. H. BOYD, D. D.. Secretary,
i'23 Second I.e., H., Nashville, lean,
ClnUi Mod. CO.
My piciurn ihowi joa
truat y utir une
fiM done frr tnv hair.
6flIor 1 uaed It. my hair
vrm ibort and ooarne,
end now It it i!4 Indict
loog, and go tuft und
lilky that 1 can do It
opftnf wny I want to.
, . Toon truly. -' ctLU gkbeil
Don't let some fak Kink Remover fool
you. You really can't utraichLen your hair
Until it's nice and long. That's what
does, removes Dandruff, feeds the Roots of
the hair, and mokes it grow long, soft and
silky. After using a few times you can tcU
the diitorenee, ana altera little wnue it
will be ma Drettr and Inner that you can fix
it up to suit you. If Exalentodon't do as
we claim, we will give your money rjaeK.
2So by mail on receipt of stamps or coin.
A4ENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE,
feXCUENTO MCDICINK CO, Atlanta, Ub
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ti, u-. ih.o r d i . .k
The knights of Pythias lia.l the r i
Innni.nl crmn., o. .h. Pi,. K.mU
ait ii me mi'ir, painr i Mrs. iser I
t 11111 - . r . .
IWillow Crove Baptist Church: vocal
selection. Mrs Maud ( Donnell) Cur-1
ii- ,.,i n ii i-,
tis, accompanied by Mrs.
r.. .. .eii.a. air. j. . .iK.i. ; the mon. Miss Irmer Cooper aweet
niaster of ceremonies; chorus by the;,- 8ang "A land that Is fairer than
selection was particularly
nnd was rende.e.1 very effectively.
me nev. mr. iuuus yiciurea oui
many ways ia bnow me necessity oi
-et orders. The members of Wli-1
low Grove turned out in large num-
read by Mrs. McLins deserves much
fuvorable comment. A number of the
members of the Farmers Chapel choir
rang with the Paptist-choir and many
beautiful selections were sweetly ren
dered with Mrs. M. L. Parr, the or
ganist of the bitter, as usual at her
post of duty. The collection for the
afternoon was SiiO.GG. The Parent-
Teachers' Association had a very In-
teresting meotirg nt the Dunbar High
School on last Thursdiy afternoon.
ber were absent, yet those pre I
ent were very much Interested ami I
made he meeting a wideawake one.
Mrs. Nora (tt infield) Murphy ac ed I
aa wcrej.ary pro tem. The Coleridge i
laj-ior cuorai uu reiiMerea uaauy
niosi charmingly, being forced to re-
tpond to an encore. Those who nt
tend these meetings gain much infer-
mat on am inspiration. Tlie next
meetmc will be the second Thursday
anernoon o A ,rn Many new
were present. Dr. hanniel Lewis, who
has l een seriously ill since lie was
stricken with paralysis, is convalesc-1
ing. The colored physicians are very ;
iitlonUve to the Doctor. Mrs. Emma ;
Henley, after an operation. Is con-
alcstiiig anil will soon be able to re-
turn to lire home. Mrs. Anna Greene
one of the popular hair dressers or
; the city, spent lust Thursday after
I noon m Stanton on business. Mr.
: Arch Walker was called to Memphis
Monday of this week to accompapny
the body of his sou, George, who de
parted this life on last Sunday eve
ning. The remains were interred in
the Hickory Grove Cemetery about S
nines norm oj nron nsviue. .miss !
. ... . Stir IS Ul Cli.ii t:vi- v..-v..- . w
Ola Mae and Master. Eddie Sniiu. ; estub,ishment ls a vaia.
have rcturue, to Roser '"'" 'We aMet to our clly. Mr. Esau Mor
They were called hrmie to attend the , d f,.nnl sidorii Miss.
funeral ol Mrs. Lelia Hesse. Mr. J.,.. w u Lnj of Tiptonville te
i. urewer, me coiorea agent ior tne
Ford, was veiy successful on last
rriuay, uaviug som two or tne most!
pi uapei ous piuiiiurs oi riuywuoo
county each a car In one day.
were Messrs. Bill Leigh and Dock
Tyus. The former is the father
of Mr. J. W. Leigh, one of our pro-1 The annual sermon of the K. P.
gressive young men. Mr. J. K. j Lodges and Courts of Calanthe of Co
Brewer is a wide-awake young man lumbia was preached at the Fim
with much business tact. Rev. A. A. ' Baptist Church on last Sunday, the
Parr spent Tuesday of tills week in j 25th. Rev. Cumby, pastor of said
the Bluff City nn business. Rev. R.
L. Wood filled the pulpit fur Rev. A.
A. Parr on last Sunday morning at
11 o'clock. The Sunday school 13
j taking 011 new life under the leader
I ship of Mr. Alex Hill, who is a very
j active superintendent. Many new
I members w ere added on last Sunday.
: r. and Mrs. Lonnie Taylor's home
on tiierry street was 1 lie scene or
merriment on last Wednesday evening
when a jolly hunch of young men en
tertained with a staix. Music and
card-playing were the features of
j amusement. At a late hour a sala 1
repast was eaten with a relish. They
'all repotted .1 jolly time. Mrs. Ella
! I.ou'se Bonier of Cairo, 111., is the ability was par excellent and charm
uuest of Mr. and Mrs. John Bond. She j ed all who were fortunate enough to
lis ilie nie e ni .Mrs. Brniii and a sis- bear him. The following programme
jter of Mrs. A uiie Smith. Mr. and j was rendered: Invocation, Rev. S. S.
Mrs. Walter Smith are the guests; nt!
Mr. and Mrs. John Bond. Mrs. C. E.
I.ynk was the charming hostess of
tl.e Coleridge Taylor Choral Club on
! 'ast Wedncsilav evenlng from 7 to 10
'o'clock. Mrs. Beiilah Turner as
usual presided In a graceful manner William Tell and many others, both
One new member was received. Mrs. j classical and popular series. One
Mattie Carrie. A most enjoyable quite amusing number of the pro
practice hour was spent. At the 1 gram was a new song Introduced by
lo?e of the meeting dainty refresh- M. Stanlicld, entitled "Tennessee Has
ments were served by the hostess. A j Gone Bone Dry." Dr. Gilmore wrote
marriage which occasioned much sur-jthe words and music, to this song,
prise to the friends of the contracting which proved to be the hit of the
parties was that of Mr. Haywood Hat-;" cation, having been sc successfully
bert and Miss Nell McLin at theifiing by Mr. Stanfield. Mr. Stanfiehi
Baptist parsonage at high noon Sat-j will appear at Mt. Lebanon Baptist
unlay, March- 24, 1917. The Rev. Church next week. Mr. Oscar Mason
Parr officiated. Mrs. Annie Bonier; has opened a dry cleaning and press
Smith, who received injuries recently ing shop at 114 E. Eighth street ami
in a railroad accident in Memphis, Is prepared to give fir3t-class service
compromised with the L. & N Rail- in Ms line. Mises Nannie and Pearl
road Company, receiving the sum ot . Morton of 414 Washington street ln
live hundred and fifty ($500) do'.-' a most charming and up-to-date man-
lars. Mr. Walter Smith, her husband,
who was slightly shaken and bruised,
received one hundred ($100) dollars.
Any one having news for these
columns see Master John Frank
Evans bo fore Tuesday of each week. I
Through the efforts of this energetic
little agent, the Globe is being wide
ly circulated throughout Haywood
County. Phone Si or 2H. Mrs. J.
R. Glcster, of Memphis, formerly ol
Brownsville, spent the week-end in
our city tho guest of Dr. and Mrs. C.
M. Gioster. Her attractive little son,
Hugh Morris, accompanied her. Mr.
Aisle D. Owen is much improved. Mrs.
Ethel Hill has been indisposed for
several days. Mrs. Ess'e Crenshaw
and children are in tVer Station vis
iting her parents. Mrs. Berda Sir
ret te. Is much improved. Her baby
daughter, Maidie, also lias measles.
Rev. S. P. Morow, pastor of Farmers
Chapel, as usual was at his' post ot
duty on last Sunday morning and do
Hvered a most excellent sermon,
which was fuil of Information and
InspTation. Mrs. S. P. Morrow has
transferred to Star of the West
Court No, 2S, Brownsville. '
Miss Alivee Jones ' after
weeks' illness answered the summons
on Friday even'ng, March 23rd. She
was .the 3-year-old daughter, of Mr,,
George Jones. Alivee was an activo
member of Browns .Chapel A. ,M. E.
Sunday School.., The funeral services
were conducted from that church on.
; Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The ;
l31"1. Rev- w- A- Smith, delivered .
, ,no, ..,,,. Mo ,tsoA
" - - -
nlluit t.v lta llt.i.ilflt nnuil Tllrt '
ipnihprs of the finnrt.iv B. hnnl liv
sialic irciw u. iuii-. li o. uoc .
hm ,.,i. ti0..i I
.wu'i ..ciio, imuio .tciiui6, ,
Eva Clarke and Luzelle Llp8conu,
i served aa ribbon-bearers. Preceding
0i,ituary after which Miss Tenetta
Davenport sang 'Somebody knows."
Ml .-. t,.
"'loo TM . Wft
,,,. a g..n1a
8choo, tten m cholr
.... i. ii .s. wotm to ma." Sev-
lj floral designs were
contntuted by the Sunday school.
Little Alivee will be greatly missed
for she was a faithful member, but
her Influence lives on; her life was
a continuous benediction and bless
ing from God. Sunday was an ideal
day and services at the various
churches were largely attended. Mrs.
Willie Tipton made a flying trip to
Martin, Friday. Miss. Cora Wallace
;,d Mr Pete of Rives s,mdayed
In our city. Rev. W. M. Morton of
,,,,, 1, ,,..i0 ici, i..
our city Monday. Atter several days
w s M py " Crutf'hfield is
. ,lf n a,inH,.v niciu
dlstinguBishe(, (in!irac,er, viz., Br.
M k visited h(ime of Mr. aa(1
;w Hampton on Vine street
niid ,ef( jn thei. ca,.e a
a line baby girl.
"Mother and w are (loiIlg fllle. Mr.
James Totten left Thursday for a
, , M ,0 BuffaI N y. Mr,
, . g lth f CllU0 , a leasant
, c Miss Floren,.e
, ,, , We.Inesduy for an ex
.' ,., . rr..i.i,. m,i m
lt?Iim'(l VISIL IW ll'ICllw, viuu.
Dora Moore of Martin scent Sunday
with her mother. Mrs. Emma Clarke
returned Saturday to ber home In
Teire Haute, lnd. Mrs.
Ross is on the sick list
i Johnson is spending the week in
Rive as the guest of her mother. Rev.
and Mrs. H. G. Killebrew of Rives
spent Saturday in the city. Mr. Al-
in Fowler is convalescent. Mr.
;. tames Overby of Memphis spent Weil-
; nesday very pleasantly with
mother. Mrs. Lizzie Cross lias re
cently opened a hair dressing parlor
on Gibbs street w'th the famous
"Glorine" hair, and scalp treatment
. . ..j i,, VMil,nt or.
',,, onn, .imp wlih homefolks.
. r viKit.'t w...- - -
Prof. C. H. Harlin of Hickman was.
viattn,. ln m,r ritv SatuiK
church. Rev. Cumby pictured some
very impressive scenes in the life of
Damon and Pythias and held his audi
ence in intense interest whicli he Is
abie at all times to do. The little
juveniles under the supervision of
Mrs. C. 0. Hunter as W. M. looked
very pretty in their spring dresse
with their new badges. Quite inter
esting as well as high-class jvas the
recital given here at the First Ban
t st Church, Tuesday, March 20lh, in
which Mr. Chus. F. Stanfiehi of In
diana, Intl.. a singer of note, appeurel
under the management of Dr. L. 11.
Gil more, a local physician and accom
plished pianist. Mr. Stanfleld's vocal
Cumby; (Glow Worm) vocal solo.
( Glow w orm
One Sweet Rose
Annie Laurie ...
Isle of Armour
Ave Mar a
ner entertained the Leading Star Cir
tie of St. Paul A. M. E. Church Tuea-
day evening, March 20th They were
r.ssisted in the receiving line by their
Mrs. S. Hatton Davis, of
The meeting was largely
attended. The following numbers
t (imposed the program :: Paper by
Mrs. Ora Harrison, subject, "Thinga
Worth . While"; recitation, little Miss
Marie Antonetto Davfs: declamation.
Master James Edward "Morton. Quite
an elaborate and appetizing menu
was served. All reported quite an
enjoyable tima and a pleasant eve
ning spent. Those present were: Mr.
pud Mrs. Thomas Wingfield, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Webster, Mrs. Ora Harbi
son and son, Misses Maggie Greene,
Lucy Lewis. Hattie Louise Wingfield,
Maggie Whittaker, Sadye .... Ralney,
Mrs. Eddie Jones, . Mrs. Mary .Waddy,
1 .mrs. iviBoru. : mcnoiaon, nirs. ineien
Brown Martin, of New York; Mrs.
I Elmo Logue, little Miss Marie Anto
r.ette ' Davis, Muster James Edward
Morton, Messrs. Oscar Maon, Pillow
Hughes, Wm. Bryant, Lucius Jenkins,
Parish. Jones, F.,H. Birdsong, Ed
ward . Collins, ,h. H. Gilmore, M
D Dr. J. Q. Johnson, D. D pastor.
Mr. Chas F. Stanfield, of Indianapo
lis; Mr.. S, Hatton Davis of Chicago;
Mr. Lorraine Morton-.. .., Mrs. .. Hager
Little died at the home of her daugh
ter,. M'-s. Alice Carmack, in MilwaU'
kee, Wis, ,. The remains were brought
here fur interment and conveyed, to
the home, of .Mr., Charles, Witherspoon
on North High street. Her funeral
was from St. Paul, conducted by the
pasior, Dr. J. Q. Johnson, assla'e l
Iv Kev. Needier Frierson. Mrs. Lit
. .. , ., ,..
1 "Ml l wane
fl.t,-.,l .laotan un a V. I a til a..
Mk 1 ar. Fl,,iur nf V,,hvi11a ..un, I
the week-end here with her mother. I
Mrs-As,,es Duiurd- hag
qite si. k but is now able to be out. i
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jir. AIIUIVTI V.ai UlULft WUU aCCUUiptt-
.... . v.. .Li
uju iiiu reuiuiuB oi uis uiuLuer-iu-
law, Mrs. Hager Little, from Milwau
kee, Wis., has returned. Most of the
schools in the rural districts have
closed. Miss Cassie Cannon, the
supervisor of Maury County, Is still
laboring with those that are still In
session. Miss Cannon is a bard
worker and she has endeared herself
to the teachers all over the county.
It is hoped she will be over the work
another term at least. Mrs. Hattle
Fleming Moore of Nashville spent a
week with her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Sidney Evans, before leaving for
Detroit, Mich., where she will join
her husband and make that city her
future home. Miss Lena Morton has
returned from Pulaski, where she
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. T.
W. Stevens. The King's Daughters,
one of the clubs of St. Paul, met at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frl
erson March 28th. Mrs. Maggie Doyle
i8 president. Dr. L. H.vGilmore en-
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the home of his father, Rev. J. S. Gil
more, March 2th. Mr. Huton Davta
returned to Chicago last week after
a stay of several weeks with his fam
ily, 'ills family will join him latei
in the spring. Miss Lizzie Estis of
Nashville spent the day here last Sun-
flay. She attended service nt bt.
Paul at 11 o'clock and occupied het
same pew that she had filled for a
number of years before going to
Nashville tu live. Miss Queenie Frl
erson is at home with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Frierson, for an
indefinite stay. Miss Frierson is sup
ervisor of the district schools of Car
roll County. Mrs. Rebecca Harris
Josephine (lied in Nashville at the home of her
Mis. Dorajpon. Mr. Alexander Harris. The re
'mains arrived here last Sunday at
io a. ni. The funeral was from the
pi-esbvterian Church of which she
was a member before leaving here to
make Nashville her home only a few
ears ao. She leaves three son,
, Messrs.' Alexander, Will nnd Monros
Harris. Rev. Nelson Challin, one or
the oldest local preachers of the Duck
River Association, died at his home
at Carters Creek. His funeral was
Sunday, March 25th. at. the Baptist
church at Carter's Creek. Rev.
Chaffin had been living here for
several years, but returned to his.
home at Carter's Creek only a few
weeks ago. He leaves a wife. Mrs.
Sadie Trigg of Nashville, formerly
Miss Sadie Martin, of this place, has
ieenlnthe city for several days the
euest of her niece, Mrs. Rankin Doyle.
Mrs. Trigg left Monday morning tor
Winchester, where" ' she will - visit
friends for several weeks.
I have fought the good fight. I have
finished the course, I have kept the
faith, and I am now ready to be of
fered up. These are the words we
Imagine we can hear Bro. Brack
Garner of Wartrace saying last
Fridav morning in answer to the call
of mini death. Brother Garner had a'
number of warm f-.iemls in our little
town. His funeral was preached at
Wartrace. but his remains were
brought here and interred nt oM
Salem Ceniete-y. A large crowd wa
..t n,o niiv Tn iii rtpnr heinved
children. wl;o are left moerless and
fatherless, let us say. There is no
death! An angel's form walks, 0 er
the earth ,with silent trend. He .bears
our loved one away, and then we call
Brother Garner is not- dead hut
sleeping out there. You will see him
again ln the sweet by and by. Bro.
George Hoover ls very Igw. Mrs.
Wesley Rainy is also very sick. Mrs.
Ida Mtopplns was brought from war-
trace last Thursday evening very low.
She had to be brought on a cot. Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Jarret and little
daughter, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dock Ash
ley. Master Wiayman Cooper of Mc
Adams High School at .Shelbpvllle
made a flying trip home Sunday to
see mother, father, and friends. Wje
were glad to see Mrs. Mary Hart in
our midst Sunday night. We hope
Sister Hart will not stay away so
long next time. We were glad to
welcome Bro. Hannon the Christian
preacher to our church Sunday morn
ing at 11:30. Rev. Dr. Porter Allen
the pulpit Sunday at 11:30, Also at
S p. m. Dr. Porter preached two
strong sermons. His text at 11:30 a.
m. is found 2 Kings 4:24. The words
are "Drive nnd go forward; slack not
thy Tiding for une except I bid thee."
His theme was ,"Go forward and don't
slack driving." Dr. Porter made some
strong points on the subject, he urg
ed upon every Christian to drive for
ward and not slack driving until God
bids them. His text at 8 p. m. was,
'And 1 am glad for your sakes, that
were not there." , St. John 11:15.
The Baptist Sunday school is-proving
a great success. The concert given
bv the B. B." iCluh Saturday night
proved a success. We are hoping -to
have a good quarterly conference to
night. We will come again- next
week If we are not washed away.
MAYPIELD, . (KY.) ,
iMr William Carmen, a young man
of this community died Monday at 3
o'clock p. m., after a brief ' illness.
Wp extend our heartfelt sympathy to
the ibereaved relatives;. Mire: Ida Hal
lett of St. Louis, Mo.. Mrs.' Deboun
Carmen of Nashville, Tenn., and Mrs.
Mayme Henderson of Indianapolis,
were called to attend the bedside of
their brother, Mr. uWilllam Carmen.
Mrs. Mwy Orr and daughter were call
ed to St. Louis, Mo.; to attend ' the
burial' of Mr. Walter iDlckerson. Miss
Ida Hale left Monday night for Cin
cinnati, 0.(; where Bihe will -make her
future home. : Miss Elizabeth Kelley
has been im Clinton the past iweek.
She is ;ta play for the sohool closing
exercises..,, Mrs. Alice Kelley! is ,vislti
ing in Clinton.. : ,Prof. L B, Thomas
and a party of young people motored
over to Clinton." Thursday. Prof.
Thomas will deliver, the address to
the graduating class. We were very
much shocked to receive the"" sad
intelligence of the death of Miss
Annie Mae Vaughn of Hopkinsvllle.
She was the guest of Mrs. Lillian Mc
Kenny in June.
Mrs. Maegle Shelton spent Monday
in .Nashville. Mrs. Viola Walker and
children formerly of Nashville are
with her mother, -Mrs. Emma Bal
throp. Later 'Mlrs. Walker .will join her
husband in Chicago. 111., to nmk their
home. Mr. Georee Wtoodson of Nash
ville iwas here Saturday visiting his
.. . f. T.l n Dnnnln rr. nn Vfr
t.A nll f PifHua mnnl Sun, lav
Ashland. Chauncey Bell is at-
Jlng Flsk for the snrlng term. Mr.
Henry Hunt is in Philadelphia. Mr.
Joe Edwards spent Sunday with his
family. Mrs. M. Cleaves Is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. JJzzle Cleaves, in
Louisville, Ky. Mr. Luna Gleaves of
Pardue, was here Sunday. Mr. Dud
ley Wlalker of Joelton is here with
his mother, Mrs. Maria Walker.
Henry Young spent Saturday
night end Sunday, at home.
State examination tor teachers will be
held Friday and Saturday. Several
pachers are expected to be here.
Miss Laura Pennington ta very ill. The
Willing Worker's Club of St. Paul A.
M. E. Church gave an entertainment
Satunday evening. The program was
well rendered. The proceeds will be
used to beautify the church. Appro
priate exercises are being prepared
for Easter, under the supervision of
Mrs. Bettle Walker. Sunday school
opens at 10 o'clock a, m. Allen Chris
tian Endeavor meets at 6:30 each
Sunday evening. The body, of Joe
Bell of this place who was drowned
In the Cumberland river at Hickory
Point has not yet been found.
9HELBYVILLE. t ;
The community has not yet gotten
over the shock from the death, of T.
T. Ransom. He was killed by an
auto, while crossing the street going
into his home. The accident occurred
during a -heavy rain storm. Mr. Ran
som had his umbrella between him
self and the car, and the driver "claims
that he was on him before he saw
him. Mr. Ransom was one of our
representative citizens, and his death
is deeply deplored by all classes. The
very complimentary notices in the
town papers was something out of the
ordinary and shows the high esteem
in which he was held by the white
DeoDle. The funeral was the largest
ever held here among the colored peo
n's, several whites mere. In at
tendance. Services were at the A. M.
E. Church of which the deceased was
a member. He leaves a wife. Reso
lutions were read by the Mutuals.
Household of Ruth and the Bedford
County Teachers' Association. Mrs
Mary Donnell, wife of Mr. Rogena
Donnell, was buried last week. The
funeral services were held at the pub
lic school building. Mrs. Morris
Thompson and Miss Lillian Cannon
were nuletlv married Sunday even
ing. The A. M. E5. Church choir is
preparing to give its annual Easter
Concert. Miss Mabel Myers gave a
very Instructive address at the pub
lic school building. Mr. , Morris
Miss Myers is a Bedford County
product, and everybody is proud ot
her achievements, she is doing a great
work. Mrs. Green.'the wife of one of
our prominent merchants, delivered a
very helpful address at the publjc
school building last Friday. She is a
Jewess and seemed filled with the
spirit of phllanthrophy. Our town has
a .number of most excellent white
women. TURNER COLLEGE.
The banquet given under the auspi
ces of the Purples and Oranges was
a success despite the very 'incle
ment weather, last Friday night. A
"facultv program" was rendered to
the delight of the student body. Each
iMiibpr was besirlly encored. Re-
f-ishments were served by the com
', mlttees at the conclusion of the pro
ram. . .Mrs. Willie C. 1 ranue, wiro
fnent 8 few .'Jays with us, has returned
to her home In Chicago. She express
ed herself as delighted with the school
and the iwork, but the call of her little
ones at home was a stronger appeal to
her than anything else. We regretted
to give her up. The workmen have at
last completed the arrangements for
the permanent location of the boy's
in the new' building. They now have an
entirely separate apartment, their en
trance to the building being from the
west side. The boys enter the-dining
room from the east front door. This
week marks the opening of "clean-up"
season, as well as gardening time.
The delay has been caused by the con
tinued rainy spell. 'Miss Pearl Cun
ningham left last week for her home
in Winchester, on account of sickness.
She expects to return as soon as she
recovers. Dr. Jones spent a 'day or
two in Nashville one day last week,
looking after , some business of his
home in the city. Tho Turner Male
Quartette recently spent several days
out on the road visiting some of the
nearby towns. They had much suc
cess. The base ball team has been.
thoroughly organized, and will soon be
in Bhape to meet ail comers, ine
grounds have been recently put in
shape and more territory given them
by the president. A game is already
scheduled with several teams rrom
out-of-town teams. ' The play, "A
Ruined Life," will be rendered in the
college chapel next Friday night,
March 30th. .Some of -the best taient
of the school will participate., Prepa
rations for commencement are already
in -nrneress . and the halls are begin
ning to ring with new music as well
will graduate this season. The class
as some classic oratory. Two classes
in English consists of fifteen; while
the Normal class ls nine, commence'
ment day takes place May 31st.
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In sad but loving remembrance of
our loving daughter and sister,' Mrs.
Mattie Jackson; Poole, who died one
year ago to-day, March 28, 1916. ..,1
One precious to our, heart has gone,,.
To' Join1 the angel throng.- ..,!
How. our hearts are filled with pain,
We hone some-day to meet again, .,
Onelong ead year ince she . went
away;,, i,:..i .n!H 1 ,
We. miss , her .more 7 and. more., each
day. ii'vn .i-.tfi- '' .mw, 'ttf.
..;,r ! ajwner ;aua .iwi.uw ,v
Sisters and brothers.
" ORGANIZE PYTHIAN '.
- CADETS. . s
This notice is iNSued this week to
the mothers and rathers--ofthe"Ne'
gro boys of Nashville who desire t
e ere be pair lot! sin and parental care
over their boys. It is the desire or
the Court of Calanthe to organize
Bcme Pythian Cadet Companies, and
you are most respectfully urged to
end your boys to the Pythiun Tem
ple, Corner Fifth avenue, N.t and
Capitol avenue at tbret o'clock Wed
nesday afternoon. April 4th.
(MISS) KM MA J. C0CKR1LL.
DEATH OF DR. A. T. LANDERS.
After a lingering illness. Dr. An
derson Todd Landers died In New
ork City last week. Telegrams an
nouncing his death came here to his
brother, Mr. Lovell Landers, having
een Kent bv Mrs. Landers, the wife
ot the deceased, from her home at
Tuskegee. For the past year Dr. A.
T. Landers had suffered from a ner
vous break down, and medical skill
of the highest profession that could
be obtained was called into service.
He was brought to Nashville for
treatment, and from Nashville be
was taken to one of the best
equipped sanitariums in New York,
An operation was resorted to last xau
with a hope of bringing relief, but
he grew continually worse and passed
away in the sanitarium. - His "re
mains were taken to Tuskegee Insti
tute where he had been located since
he graduated from Meharry Medical
College,1 fov interment, v
Dr. Landers was well known In
this city. ' For a numlier of years he
was connected with CTAe National Bap
tist Publishing House plant, starting
in as a printer and working up to
the position as foreman of, the Com
posing Room Department. 'He was
one of the first Negro linotype opera
tors to master the art - In the
United - States and as a printer
he stood in ) the very first
rank. It was while following this
profession that he decided to study
medicine, taking up the work ot den
tistry. Upon his graduation he was
inductd by the faculty of Tuskegee
Institute to locate at the school. The
enormous practice which compelled
him to work constantly day and
night for more than three years, is
will wrila tha
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