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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 6, 1917.
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j 0HJT 0F TOWN MOTES.
! Rev Q. W. Gray filled his pulpit
j Sunday, taking for a text at 11:30
a. m., Timothy 1:8; "Be thou partak
' era of the afflictions of the gospel at
j cording to the power of Cod." The B.
0. No. 11S, held their annual election
Saturday night, March 24th, quite a
'change was made in officers, viz.:
Mrs. F. J. Kldd, Pres.; M. Jacksou,
Vice- Pres.; C. R. Arnold, Recording
! Secretary; II. B. Robinson, Cor. ect.
! Mrs. D. C. Robinson. Chaplain; Mr.
JD. C. RoMnson, treasmer and Mr.
i James Brown, Sent Miss Isobe! Puke
j was the guest of Mrs. C. P. Arnold
I Sunday. Mrs. H. L. Brown of Nash-
; ville, visited her mother, Mrs. Martha
was a real lover of her church and
a devoted Christian, and was very
much loved. She was, always ready
and willing to do something for her
church. We say, peace he to her ash
es. The Court of Calanthe will hold
a public installation Thursday, the
March the 23th was a fair, sun
sh'ny day. Services were held it
I the C. M. E. Church with the pastor
'at his post of duty. McCaba Temple
'services were held as usual. Rev.
It. II. Peoples being out or town, his
congregation gathered at tbe M. E.
Church. Rev. It. A. Dowelt was at
Briler, Sunday. Mr. D. V. llittix ot1113 ver- iesi. nis iexi -uiving va
Antioch, has returned from Chicago. tl1-" wa3 we'l preached. The
Mr. Robert Bryant, M. U Trliublt. i tl'lrit was in our midst, and oui
nml rinreiiro Tlnvlu: from T.nvprsn.fi i hearts Imrned Within US as he
The National Life and Acci
dent Insurance Co.
Gush Capital SiOO.dOO.OO
LH', Health aud Accident
Iaaurance in our Policy
Weekly and Monthly Premium
i were at Antioch Sunday. Mr. C. P. i
' Arnold Is sick. We wish for him a i
speedy recovery. j
j Mrs. Lillian Hawkins Jones of Tien- j
ver, Colorado, a contralto soioisi,
pave a recital at Quinn Chapel A. M. I
K. Church, Monday night, March 19th
under the management of the Allen
League. Mrs. T. Hampton accora-1
panicd. Miss Hattie Perkins, the
Kirhy has returned from her visit
to Memphis. She reports having
spent a very pleasant time. Rev. A.
J. Russell attended the funeral of
Lee Vance Lewis and Miss LucUo
Jenkins, Dr. L. A. Johnson and Miss
Claudene Lawrence, Mr. Arnit Hurt
Fred Johnson, John Smiley, Willie
and Miss Claudie Mai Davis, Mr.
Claud Hurt and Miss Agnes Hurt
aud Miss Susie Kercheval. Messrs.
D. Davis. Will Mays, Porter Phain.
Mesdames English and Holt of Bel
fast were in tow shopping Saturday
Mesdames Alice Patterson and Etta
Davis who have been confined to their
bed rooms for several days are ab.e
to bo up again.
The health of this community Is
ve-iy good at present. Mian Kfflo
Cleaves Is very sick at this wrltting
Miss Reana Longe Is sick. Mr. Joe
Brown spent a few days with his
at Murfreesboro last week. Sunday
was a very beautiful day. Rev. T. j.
Etherly preached and interesting ser
mon Sunday at Gladesville. Mrs.
Eva Jenkins spent Sunday evening
with her mother, Mrs. Bottle Sber
rill. Mrs. Mollle Martan spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with Mrs.
Anner Murry. Misses Hannah and
Povie Sherrill ' visited Mrs. Anner
Murry. Sunday Master's Horcee El
wood and Charlie went fishing one
day last week. Mr. Ben Jenkins
rreaclied. At three o'clock Rev.
Powell preached at the C. M. Ei.
Church for Club No. 2. His subject
was, "Work." Everyone enjoyed the
sermon and the members feel thai
they can work with more courage
and with better results since hearing
the sermon. The people of the C.
M. E. Church are struggling to build
a new church. Ou last Friday night,
March 23rd, inst., death visited the
home of Mrs. Adline Clemous' aud
. i . . i luiiiicu a im unu 1.110 iiiiouuiiii buu
icacner 01 uie rroviuetue sciiooi, auer . .,,,, . ,,. n, ,,. Rnoni qnndav nrtfti hla snn on rtmiirh
a successful terni le Tuewjay for, j COIuUll,.teii by Rev. Peoples, ter at Smyra. Mr. JoJe Brown of
nur mmie ill .MisilYilie. .nrs. M.iry , ,,. ,. f ,,, .,,, : P.lnrloavlllo RnPnt ATnnil.T In Mnrfrppa
pathy is extended the family by the boro with Mr. J. B. Burrus. Mrs. Bet
friends. Bro. Clemons leaves" six I tie SlieiTill and children were the
daughters, live sons and a wife and ' guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Major last
? w .1 ? iT , ,' t' I their loss. Mr. Taylor Silvertooth Thursday night with her brother and
a'tabos tVS"to':,inii ,,a.' Mr.. Vivian Dance! sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jenkins.
i vi l r m. 11 ..'f ,V innd Hannah Lee Silvertooth were I Mr. Rufus Sherrill of Leevlel, was the
a-d were called to MiTan 'Tenn." last!1Ie1 tor'Iion 9ty.t0 'J16 We cf j guest of Mrs. Bottle SherrtU Monday
1 to attend the funeral of their I'lrl'" in . , a. ?. , .,, Dro- .
o"uid nine. o. vt tviiy icu 1 01 mo ijiiiuKsviiiu ure uuuiuiuk iui
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PINE HOMES AND TAIIMS ON EASY TERMS.
0n has ttic cxpri.-rw. Hp kmw tlic B.! Krf.:'
sister, Mrs. Bettie Halo. Dr. Buch
ai an left last week for Gary, Ind.
We regret very much to lose the
good doctor, hut 'hope for him nlun-l
(iant success in his new field of la-1
l'or. The rally at the Mt. Zion Baptist
Church ou last Sunday was quite a 1
success, as the clubs raised about !
i S150.no. Mr. and Mrs. Will ARchum
1 intended the funeral of Mrs. Mitchum's ;
sister, Mrs. Willie overs of Dyer, i
Tenn., last Sunday. Dr. Garrett is j
in Chattanooga fur a few days, en i
account of (he death of his father. I
Rev. Hurt spent a few hours in the '
city last ween, vwuie here he was
the guest of Rev. Woodson, anil
rrnched for his congregation on
lust Sunday night. Miss P. L.
iCnitchfield spent Saturday and Suii
! cay wiih her mother at Union City.
I Sunday was a church-going day with
;:il'. Each pastor filled his place and
; reached with the power from on
high. All felt it well to 1 e out. The
i K. of P. and Courts of Calanthe held
March 23, for Nashville, Gallatin and
points in North Carolina. Mr. Henry
jSheppard. son of Bro. and Siter An
; drew Sheppard, who lias been in
I Honolulu sland for three years with
Uhe 23th Infantry, U. S. A., arrived
!honie March 27th. All were glad to
isce Sharper. Mrs. Ben Ilaynes of
'the C. M. E. Church, entertained the
Ladies' Aid of McCal-e Templo last
Tuesday afternoon. Alter the busi-
nes a nice ice course was served by
jthe hostess. The meeting adjourned
to meet with Miss Willie M. Cooper
'. next Tuesday. The McCabe Templo
! choir rendered music for the services
at the C. M. E. Church Sunday after
noon. Mrs. R. A. Dowell presided at
m .j (hicn .tint's ail
n Kcul t Late. Sx UllKN. 1. kno
The Canarlan Art Club met Wed
nesday afternoon with Mrs. Hlgti
tower Hobbs as hostess The meeting
was opened by the president, Mrs.
Fount Brown. An hour was spent
after which a
ieir annua T hanksciv nc service
and la wUai I" lltve j-mi 'It !"' of .r t tllO Castln TT:ill ftnn.lnr I tin T.tli , iatlOf IieedlO WOrK,
, p,ri.-i,c.-. .'" ".' 't..-i .1 l a..- .,i . . : short nroer.-im was remlereil. ' Solo.
moiety iwaiwil at u.w , Cllllll VlSl-ilf I1UM1III, IHabKT Ol " ' " . . . '
Ceremonies; Pravcr. Kev. A. J. Rus- l,v tl0m recitation ny Mr3 nenaer
I soil; pvthian Ode; Remarks, Rev. G. , s,,n- A veyy interesting paper by
!l Woodson; Reponcive Reading, i Mr"-' Andrew Merritt. After a two
Prof. R. F. Woodson and Mrs. Jolinip ; tonrse nlenu was servea, toe chid
E. Lee; Remarks by Mrs. A. j. ' adjourned to meet with M. s. Eila
Russell, a Calanthe. one of the char-, Carter.
ter members. We are very prou'l
of her. Remarks by C. H. Jenkins
and Kt. Charles Jenkins were very
touching along spiritual devotion, i Sunday night at 7:30 o clock, and a
Rev. A. J. Russell, in a few words 1 strong sermon was delivered and a
said, "Brethren, le ttrue to your God, 'large crowd was out and the weather
and to your fellowman, and to your! was fair. Mrs. Elnora Shields was
order." (Closing remarks, Rev. Wood-; the guest of Mr. and .Mrs. Kattie
ton, with so much devotion: "We iCharlston Saturday and Sunday at
must serve God in doing and in 1G24 1-2 12t.U Avenue, North Nshville.
spirit and in truth." A nice dona-1 Mrs. Edd Yeatman and Miss Leavie
tinu was taken and the larger amount . Vinson were the guests of Mrs. Sue
entertainment the first Saturday night
In April. Mrs. Tennie Bilbro and Mrs.
Bettie Sherrill visited the sick Mon
day. Quite an enjoyable day was spent
last Sunday at Mrs. Sherrils'. Those
present were: Hattie Brown, Mr.
Anderson Brown of Murfreesboro, and
Mr. Joe C. Jenkins of Smyra, and
Mr. Robert Baker of this place. AH
reported a lovely time. Mr. J. C.
Brown made a flying trip to Nashville,
last week and spent a few days with
his uncle, Mr. Anderson Huddleston.
Sundav school Is progressing nicely
under the management of the superin
tendent. Mr. Isaac Bilbro. Mr. and
Mrs. John Etherly and Mrs. Ruth Ellis
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Cluck. Mr. Ambrose Murry Is very
busy dressing rock. Mr. Robert Bass
of Freedmon Grove iwas tbe guest of
his father, Mr. Burton Bass of this
place. Any one wanting to subscribe
for the Globe see Miss Kattie Stan
ford of this place.
The Rev. Bradley filled his pulpit
. ...... iKWlflklM
fgpiJS",T aajssL , was g veu to the Court. The last i Hill Sunday and a lovely day was
' TlsanUsnivins? pravcr aud benediction i psent. Mrs. Sarah Walton left March
t&i?N"k$ --'frf''W by Rev. G. W'. Woodson. The Death 10th 101 7. for St. Louis. Now she
h-''it"?-LJ.XJs'?.Zf Angel came into the home of Mrs. is visiting her sons, Willie and
Va " H'r J -""wr'-l (-'aroline Wanton Monday, the 19th, ! Charlie Walton. Mrs. Barbara Yin
U' t . - , .fMifcsViy sn.I claimed his own, the only dauth-Json and Mrs. L. Webb were the guests
ti7fA&i&KZfA? i ' ter. Sfi-s. Mollio White. Her death of Mr. and Mrs. J
ff iL5aiJli' I was quite a shod
S ONI' R 0 II LATER KVEI1Y
CHl lU lt YVH L 1IAVK A
SAN1TAK Y (OMMl'N
There is a Jlass for each com
municant. Tell us how many
you have to commune ar.d' we
will make up an estimate of
the cost of a set for you.
to this whole com- day afternoon.
D. Frierson Sun-
luunity. Mollo was sick for a fow j Mr. Clarence Bates were the guests of
days, yet she realized this spell would i their mother, Mrs. Nannie Bates
WFnr. r.rNDiNC. a iwn-i j.ni s; amt iup hit. y .0
National Baptist Publishing Board
R. H. BOYD, Secretary
523 Sicird Aura, fwiih, rAHUII, I
he the end, and on Monday at 5:00
o'clock, she fell in the sleep that has
no wak;ng. She was in full faith
and asked that her mother would
not weep, as she would be in the
sweet beyond awaiting her coming.
YA'hi'.e the many friends were around
hor bed side, with all help from
four of the best surgeons and a train
ed nurse, yet the Lcid had more
need for her than we had. She had
been lelt with us for about forty-one
ears and we are willing to bow ii-.
humble submission to the will of an
unchangeable God. So, sleep, deal
Matlie. and take thy rest. We will
l.ra.v for this seventy-nine year ola
mother to he strong in faith and go
bury thy sorrows. The sad death of
Mrs. Gallic McCall was Wednesday,
the 21si, at 1 ::!o, when she went in
the last sleep of the faithful oif:3
who die in Christ Jesus. Mr. McCall
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Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.
Will Lewis spenf Saturday night, al
so Mrs. Lizzie Martin and daughter,
Miss Kathrine Martin, Master John
ny Martin spent Saturday and Sun
day with Mrs. Jas. .Iove. A lovely
dinner was served. Mr. Jim Chubb
was the guest of his daughter, Mrs.
Wallace Goodrich Sunday. A grand
entertainment was given by the
Clover Leaf Club of Br'ersville, Tenn.
spared no pains in making arrange
ments for the occasion, An elabor
ate menu was served. Those who
were seated around the table were
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lewis, Miss Ben
nie Alice Shaw, Master Price, Miss
Ophelia Vinson. Mr. Albert Walton
Miss Joseph i e Thomas, Master II II
Inrrt Arms) end, Miss Lea vie Vinson,
Mrs. Clarence Bates, Miss Carrie
Perry, Master Joseph Walton, Missj
.Tohnnotta Bates. Mr. Daniel Webb, I
Miss Kathrine Martin, Mr. Robert
Vinson. Miss Alice Perry, Mr. Ern
est B. Xoel, Miss Josephine Lewis.Mas
ter Joe Bates. Master Johnny Martin,
Mr. Charlie Lewis, Mr. Robert FJ.
Love, Mrs. Mayes, Mrs. LUlio, Love.
Mrs. Lizzie Martin, Mrs. Lizzie Mar
tin, Mrs. Nannie Bates, Mrs. Nannie
Ix.ve assisted in servin;;. Music was
lornished by Mr. Albert Stanley, Mr.
iCharllo Lewis, Mr. James Lewla,
president of the club. Music was
rendered by Mr. Daniel .Webb. Miss
Johnnetta and Mr. Robert Vinson,
Mr. Charlie Lewis. Song, "On the
Banks of the Old Tennessee." Mr.
Krnest B. Noel was toastmaster
Benevolent Order No. 79 held their
election Saturday night, March 17,
1917. Those who were elected were
president, Rutherford Shaw, vice-
president, John Pettis; Ophelia Vin
son, Secretary; asst., Amiln Shute,
Edd Yeatman, treasurer ; George Pel
1 1s chaplain; Marshall Van Vinson
Board of Trustees; Bob Shute, Frank
Pettis; Lndios' Sick Chairman, Mrs.
Francis Yeatman; Daniel Webb,
gentlemen's sick chairman.
Mr. Felix Webster of WilHamsport
pike and Mrs. John Smith or Columbia
were the welcome guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Tucker's resently. While
here they were intertalned by Mr.
and Mrs. JaJmes Church. Mr. John
Collins made a business trip to Nash
ville lost week. Mr.' Collins stopped
with hl3 two sons, Mr. Melvin and Mr.
Thomas Collins. Mr. Charlie Web
ster Jr., made a business trip to Nash
ville Thursday. It is sad to note the
death of Sister Janio Shlpp and
sister Elicr, Cross who departed this
life .March the 20, 1917. Sister Shipp
was called to come away and be at
rest. At 6:15 p. m., she was an inva
lid for two years. A number of the A.
M. E. church 2S years. She died at
the age of 56 years. Sister Eller Glim
mer Cross was summoned at 7:43 p.
m. Sister Cross was sick less than 9
days. She was a member of the A.
M. E. church several years, died at
the age of 43 years. She leaves to
survive her, a husband, Mt. Andrew
Cross and 9 children, these sisters
were faithful and obedient Christians,
loving mothers and devoted wives. In
their homes no doubt we lost a
star but heaven we trust has gained
a jewel. We boiw in humble submis
sion to Him who doeth all things well
and say it Is our lost but heavens
gain. With our eyes up lifted toward
the hills of heaven and our hearts Bill
ed with the love of God.' we beg to use
these words. Behold two Israelites in
deed in whom w'e have found no uile
death Is only a dream. Sister Shipp s
funeral was tbe 21st Inst, sister
cross was the '.'2 lust. Mrs-. W. M.
Johnson read the obituary on the life
and death of Mrs. Cross. Mrs. B. M.
Taylor read tbe resolution In behalf of
King Solomon Lodge. Also Mrs. Myi
tlo Watkins, Mrs. A. M. Russell read
a resolution in oenait or uie cuuicn.
Both funerals wero conducted by Rev.
Norman, assisted by Rev. R. B. Flow
ers, at the A. M. E. Church.
CARD OF THANKS.
We take this method to thank, our
manv friends for their kindness shown
us during the illness and death of our
dear loving mother and iwue. and ior
your beautiful ftoweral offerings.
Mr. James Shipp.
Mrs. Deller Hall.
Mrs. Bessie Frierson.
Miss Austin Shipp.
iMrs. Lillie Mae Shipp.
Mr. Thomas Shipp.
Mr. Charlie Shipp.
Rt. JJ. Edwards. D. D- P. E. of
the Columbia-district arrlTed Satur
day the 24 hint la Interest at the
Second Quarterly conference. The Dr.
rn aa met at the, station by Master Wil
liam Church. Dr. Edwards spent
from Saturday until Sunday morning,
the invited guest of Mr. and Mrs.
James Church. The A. M. E. Sunday
school had a large attendance Sunday.
Rev. G. R. Norman, our most excellent
pastor Introduced Dr. Edwards to this
school. He gave encouraging words
and interesting thoughts. Sunday was
a high day in Zion for old Cdayborn
Chaplo, the little town was flooded
with visitors, both white and colored.
At 11 a. m. the P. E. filled the pulpit
for Rev. Norman and preached most !
encelent sermon to an unusual large i
audience. Auien's were heard from,
all parts of the audience, either In ex
pressions of words or in tears of Joy.
At the close of the 11 o'clock sermon,
an after collection was taken for Tur
ner College. A nice sum was raised.
The pastor and P. E. expressed them
selves as being highly pleased with the
same. At 3 p. in., Rev. Norman favor
ed his members, congregation and
friends with the pleasure of seeing
and hearing the great evengelist of Ky
Rev. W. J. Horny,.D. D.,( white) who
has conducted a revival for Rev. W.
O. Lorgln, D. D., of this place for the
last two weeks. At 3 p. m., tho watt
ing congregation was released when
Dr. W. J. Horny arrived accompained
by Rev. W. 0. Lorgin, D. D., of this
place. Rev. J. S. Henley, D. D., Evange
list of Mt. Pleasant, and a multitude
of his followers who came In their
cars and coming from far and near
to hear Dr. Homey. Rev. Norman as
master of cerlmonies after some pre
liminary remarks by the pastor. Dr.
I. J. Edwards lined the first hymn, and
Are We Yet A Live etc. Prayer
by Rev. W. 0. Lorgin. D. D., (white)
pastor of this place second hymn
lined by Rev. G. R. Norman. Second
prayer by Rev. J. S. Henly, D. D., Mt.
Pleasant. Rev. Homey was introduced
for the speaker of the hour Who ask
the audience to bow with him In a
sentence prayer. He chose for a text
John the Sth chapter and 3Cth verse.
If the son therefore snail make you
free re shall be free Indeed. Dr.
Horny held the audience spellbound, j
His discourse will live long in the!
hearts and minds of all who heard
him. At the closing an old fashion
hand shake was held. Rev. Norman.
Dr. Edwards and membors take this
method to thank the white friends for
their presence and for their excellent
donation was indeed pleased to have
them with us. At night Dr. Edwards
preached a gospel discourse, he chose
for a text, St. John 1:14. And the
word was made flesh and dwelt among
us. At the close of the sermon an
invertation was extended to the sin
ners to come forth and unite with
the A. M. E. Church. Monday night
the Quarterly Conference was held.
After devotional exercises by the
Presiding Elder, the business part of
the conference was taken up. .Rev.
Norman with his f aithflu ' armorbear
was ready to report. Said report was
received and adopted. Said report
showed that two loyal members had
been called from labor to reward.
After which memorial services were
held. Tbe pastor and Presiding Elder
expressed themselves as being high
ly pleased with tbe faithfulness of tbe
members. The Conference was good.
Rev. Norman and Dr. Edwards, Mr.
Church, were the Invited guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Oce Tucker Monday, the
and Mrs. A. M. Ross, Miss Willie
table was beautifully decorated w'ith
the choice flowers of the season. Mrs.
A. M. Russell assisted the Miss Ar
guster Tucker in serving the guests.
A six course repass was had.
Reporter, Mrs. A. M. Russell.
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Preachers Circle was had at the Mt.
Leananon Baptist Church last Monday
iiiuht, the meeting was tor me bene
fit of raising money to finish paying
for our organ that iwas just lately
placed in our church hy the Sunday
school. The following preachers made
ten minutes Preach around, Bro. S.
E. Clayborne, Bro. Joe Polk, B. Will
Moore. B. W. D. Frierson, B. John
Genty, B. S. B. Leek, B. Lewis Buck
hanan. B. L. W. Hunt and B. Ed. Pratt,
B. Elic Merrill, B. R. E. Hunt and
master ceremonies acting In a most
mastetly way. . Everybody expressed
themselves as being spiritually feed
for tho Holy Ghost seemed to visit us
the meeting was both spiritually and
financially good. Brother Fugerson,
from Franklin which prayed the open
ing prayer, gave 40 cents in the col
lection. We are glad to say that we
have a Sunday school which is O. K.
Our Superintendent, Brother R. E.
Hunt , went to his charge Sunday at
and reports a good meeting. Dr.
E. W. Harthorne, pastor of the Lily
of the Valley 5th Ave. Baptist Church,
preached a wonderful sermon here last
Friday night for Sister R. E. Hunts
club. His subject was a Holy War. Dr.
Harthorne is a fine preacher, we must
have him come again soon, for the peo
ple here want him back. Mr. May
Dobson had a very hard attack of
acute indigestion Sunday, his case was
reported hy the doctor as being dan
gerous. Miss Helena Hunt Is the
chorister of the Mt. Lebanon Church
Sunday school. Brother Tom MoClaln
from Sprlnghill preached at the Prlma
tive Baptist Church Sunday.
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Messrs. Glp Holt anil Jim Holt of
Helfast were In town one . day last
week on business. Mrs. aMry Ann
Leftwich and Mr. Joyce Davidson of
Richmond, were the guests of Mrs.
McBride and family last week and
have returned to their home. Mr.
and Mrs. Claud Mays of Haynea
street, south, were host and hostess
of an attractively planned luncheon
at their home Wednesday night,
March 21st. The house was beauti
fully arranged for the occasion.
Games were the feature of the even
ing. Mesdames Hurt and Hill asslst
the hostess. Covers were laid for
the following guests: Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Sag
Hill, Mr. and Mrs. John Hurt, Mr.
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7:30 n. m. -with the pastor, Rev. H.I
Adams, presiding. The meeting was
opened with devotional services u
tim Dastor. a very goou trowu iu
spite of inclemency or tne weaiuei.a
The subject was, "uesoivo, wmcu ia
the best place for the Negro, North
or South." North was represented by
Messrs Charles Mercy, John Wier and
Dr. J. H. Jones, Affirmative, Soutli,
wna represented by such able men as
Mpasra Bill Grade, Charles Winn, i
Supt. of A. M. E. Sunday school Rev. ,
James Halton, a gifter speaker, and :
Alfred Clark an orator of the evening,
Negative. Ten minutes was allowed
to each speaker. Mr. Editor both sides
handled their respective subjects with
great force, and to a point, many
sympathetic and rare allusions were
made by those wno oeienoeu ii.c
North, shows the handicap of the Ne
gro in the South, many obstacles that
cross their path. At this great meet
ing, men of rare talent were ctiosen as
judges to decide the doom of the loos
ers Judges were as follows: Rev. D.
n Cnzle. Dr. R. C. Patton and Prof.
N C. Woods. The contest was bettej
and dramatic in its oritorical delivery.
nut r.h affirmative won tne contest
.a'ho composed of that ' venerable
Charles Mercy, silver tongue orator,
John Wier. the progressive young
mon Vrf T.ehanon. and Dr. John H
Ton0 tii Rniithslde of the contest
was bombarded by the high projecti
les of 42 Centimeter hy the North side
f ho enntest. and are still retreating.
The judges were compelled to give il
to the affirmative without any shadow
of doubt. It was clear and complete
victory to Mercy, Wier ana jones,
each one deserve a medal, Why? Be
cause the issue stands before the
country now. Boosters collection was
$4 00 After wtiicn me comimuco
served and we had a very delightful
time. Booster Literary Club sparing
no degree of small time to make this
club Becond to none. So Mr. Editor
the members of the club will com
mence to subscribe for the Globe., We
will keep you informed from time to
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SERVICE of the
Rev. S. J. Beasley, pastor of Moors
Chapel of Mtp Zion Oircut preached
a soul stlrrinfe sermon Sunday night
at C. P. Church. Mrs. J. H. Polk of
715, Cedar St. Nashville, Is here visit
ing her mother and friends. She came
the 22nd. Her husband Is expected In
a few days. They will leave for In
dianapolis, Ind where they will reside
in the future. Mr. J. O. Jonnson of
New York City, came home to see his
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. P.
H. Johnson of Pearidge vicinity, otter
an absence of four years, he came un
expectedly.. He will return In a week.
The Wind reminded many of us of
ours prayers to the good Ivord Monday
night last. 2uth inst. Dr. Crulckshank
has purchased an auto now, to go to
the patlonts lit a hurry. Dock, , but
please be careful, or you may not Teach
ydestination. Mr. G. W. Bright Is up
again after 1 several weeks illness.
Read the Globe and know what is do
The young peoples' literary work
known as "Booster Literary Club or
A. M. E. Church met Monday night at
Winters Chapel A. M. E. iChurch at
The commencement exercise of the
Public School was quite a success.
The graduates were Misses uiancne
A. Stark's, Maltnda English, Anna E.
Greene and Master Plus and Robert
smith. Prnf "TT. !. Russell delivered
a very able and instructive address ,
to the public am tne granuuies, un
which Prof. James A. Payne, County
Supt. of schools delivered the Diplo
ma. Rev. G. D. Miller, pastor of
First Baptist Church, this city was
again called home on account of seri-
MO illness of MS family. Mrs. manna
K-onnertv rf this city died Saturday
Tontnff nf infirmities of old age. Mrs
Kennedy had accumulated a circle of
friends, she was a member of the A.
m Hi Church. The funeral services
will be conducted Monday evening at
3 n. m.. o'clock. Burial in the city
fomntorv.. Mr. Andrew Smith, Mrs,
Miniinria Cole are on the sick list this
week. Rev. P. A. Smith preached the
annual sermon for the K of P. Lodge,
known as Wester Star No. 60, at West
Point, Ky.f .Sunday, March 25th. He
also made a trip to New Albany Sun
day morning to view horrible condi
tions of that wrecked city which was
visited by a cyclone a fw days ago.
Mr. James Smith, Bennie Starks and
George Bland, returned from Barbour-
ton, Ohio, Friday evening. Miss r .
H. Macon, assistant teacher in the city
sohool, left for her home in Cincinnati
Ohio. Sunday Morning. Prof J. H.
Moherly, principal, left for his home
in Richmond, Ky., Saturday morning.
Mrs. Evaline Owen of Nolln .continues
to Improve gradually. The entire
family of children of Mr. James Owen
?t Nolln have been down witn measeis,
Uirs. Pollie Harris and Mrs.
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Hackley were the guest of iRev. and
Mrs. F. A. Smith Friday night, they,
were from Vine Grove. : ,
We are glad to welcome Miss1
Eugenia Bonner, the Poro , hair . cul- .
turlst and manicurist' of Sewanee to.
cur city and her home. The Sunday
school children of her choice church,
Cumberland Presbyterian, - are also .
glad to see and have her with them-In
Sunday school, but sorry to note she ,
didn't return soon enough to iractice(
them for an Easter program, ag she 1
always does. Miss Bonner will be In ,
tbe city one week, then returning to
Cappie Sewanee. -, . i I