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NASHVILLE GLOBE", FRIDAY JUNE 15, 1917.
II U) UEJIflhT.IUCES
, FOR SIX HOXTflS
Had Suffered With Lung Trouble for
About 18 Months
NOW SOUND .D WELL
Took Lung-Vita and Has Gained
Forty one Pounds
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
'1 was suffering with lung trouble
for eighteen months and had been
having hemorrhages for about sixMr- ""d Mrs- Cantrell Whitley of
Rev. M. P. Riley left Tuesday for
Atlanta, Ga., to attend the Baptist
Convention. The Rally at Mt. Zion
Rapt 1st Church was quite a success.
They realized $230.39, Rev. M. P. Riley
Pastor. Mr. R. !. Young has returned
home from tho State Normal School.
Montis," said Mr. Jasper Sullivan
the other day while talking about his
experience with Luns-Vita. Mr. Sulli
van Uvea on Route 4, West Nashville,
"I bad tried three doctors but got
no relief whatever," continued Mr
Sullivan. "At that time, seeing Lung
Vita advertised in the paper, I bought
a bottle nnd began taking it, and be
fore I had taken the first bottle my
nemorriiapos had stopped,
Detroit Michigan were called homo to
the bedside of her mother. Rev. Ham
ilton of the State Normal will preach
at the A. M. E. Church Sunday, June
10th. Every one Is invited. Miss Mary
E. Sweat was married to Mr. Henry
Corder Saturday. Both bride and
groom being very young, we wish fo
them a great success. Mrs. Bettie
Claris of Watertown, Tenn., was the
guest of Miss Birdie P. Laudis last
week. Mr. and Mrs. Waters and
daughter Miss Lueile and Mr. Pee
xuuav 1 , , , t u
am sound and well. I weighed nine- U1"T .raltr ow" ,,IOA"re?
hoffiM fit.- I uuu aiiujsuu IU OUCUU lui-
llll? VI lilt? J lllilll m UUWI. ilia rtiiuuti
ty-seven pounds when I
ing Lung-Vita and now I weigh 13S
It has been two years since I have
taken any Lung-Vita, so you can see
my recovery is permanent."
Lung-Vita is sold by nil druggists
and dealers. Adv.
seems that we have been sleeping on
It since the appearance of the new
Murfreesboro paper. The Globe is
the only wide-awake colored pape
in the state. New change the old
for the new, but appreciate both
Miss Abigail Hugle Is visiting her
turn in Chicago, 111. Little St. John
Florer celebrated his fifth birthday
nt the home of his mother, Mrs. L.
W. Florer. The hall was beautifully
decorated for the occasion with cut
(lowers. A Goodly number of our
boys marched up and registered an
answer to the call of Uncle Sam. So
the colored youth is showing patri
otism for the United States Govern
ment . We trust that all the colored
boys will be loyal to the flag as the
Negro is always brave and ready for
every step In advancement of life
Yet there is one thing that he must
consider the protection of our wom
en as a race. Let us stand together
and love one another.
Commencement of the Lebanon Color
ed Public School was held at the Mt.
Zion Baptist Church May 30, 31 and
June 1. Mr. Charlie Johnson of Nash
ville spent Sunday in Lebanon with
'his brother and sister. Miss Bessie
and Mr. Willie Johnson. Mrs. Sallie
Allen of Xaihvil'o is at home with her
mother. Mrs. Mollio Crawford. Mr.
land Mrs. Georue Beard entertained a
(few of their friends with a 2 o'clock
Notice is hereby piven that the ' flit'nor Sunday. Those seated nt the
estate of the late ke. Wra. Beckham, l table were Mr. anil Mrs. George Beard,
which has been in the hands of co-jMrs. Alberta Ward. Mrs. A. L. Ander
administrators since hio death, will 'son and little daughter. Mnrsaret Ki
be finally wound up nr.t later than the j nora. A real vegetable dinner was
21st of June, 1917. Any and all par-i served after which a delicious h-r
ties having claims should have them! course was served. Mrs. S. L. B. Turn
iu hand on or before June 1st. Send or is sick. Miss Laura J. Bostick spent
all communications to 523 Second Saturday and Pundav in Wnter'o.vn
avenue, North. j Prof. White of the State Normal is the
R. H. BOYD and J. B. BECKHAM, guest of Brof. and Mrs. MrTnniel. Rev.
Well, since Bellbuckle has neither
washed away nor has it blown away
so here we are with the tribe of
.Manassas on the floor. Rev. T. G
White filled the pulpit for them in
the absence of Rev. Williams. Rev.
White did well Sunday, es-iocialiy
for a young man whose weddinj is
so close tit hand. Mrs. Lnla Allen
and her Granddaughter. Miss I.i'liai;
ratton, of Murfrecshoro, have return
BE UP TO DATE
FOR GROWING HAIR ON
A Special Dispensation
nt Ml. lO on now until
.1 I' N K :th I'uK TIIK
For further Information ring M. 4SI1.
MISS MABEL MARA5EL,
71 M' II Alt I' AVK.M1K
ess was Mrs. Carrie White Brown of
Nashville. She has mailt) many
friends while In the Sunny South.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Eaddy
Farker and Miss Marie Parker motor
ed in to the concert that night The
motor party was entertained at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Robert
son of Blackshcar.
she has been attending school at
Fisk University. Dr. J. H. Hate, his
wife and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Durant Houston gave Columbia a
"pop call" last Sunday afternoon.
They came through In their auto.
Mrs. Fields, of Florence, Ala., is
visiting her jBister, Mrs. C. O. Hunter.
Dr. C. O. Hunter spent Saturday and
Sunday In Iron City on business
Miss Jordan of Pulaski spent Sunday
with Miss MInta Morrell. Miss Lona
Huina., nf Vuahvlllk In visltlne rela
tive nn,t fi lpnrts here. Mrs. Nannie I Quite sad was the death of Mrs
Gorden of Nashville came home Sun-Lucinda Williams who died at her
day to bid goodbye to parents and i home on Dobbins St., Friday after-
frlonds, as she will leave this week noon at 2 o ciock. mm. wiiuanig was
for New York for an indefinite stay. ! stricken early Friday morning with
Prof. J. T. Caruthers and family of paralysis of the brain and he remain-
Nashville are here for the summer.
Mrs. Sarah Lavery, 633 Hagan
street, Nashville, Tenn., says she suf
fered with rheumatism about lour
months and never had any ease until
the used Impgo Liniment, which gavtj
her quick relief. She thinks Impgo
Liniment tho most wonderful discov
ery known for aches, pains and sore
ness and wants all her friends to
know -about impgo Liniment. - All
druggists 25c and 60c Adv.
Misa Helena M. Lowe- of 1234 First
Ave.. South will leave Monday for
U UiVU .... ; .,
snmlnv oepmert to h a dav set lived, trusting dxi God. Mrs. Williams .,7r .EI
Wolfe, the accomplished daughtor ot
phy, left last Saturday evening for
East St. Louis, for future residence,
sm-nt Tuesday ot this week In Mem
phis. Dr. J. . Curtis spent Mondya of
this week in Memphis. Mr. C. J. Por
ter spent Wednesday of last week in
Bells, Tenn. Mrs. Alberta Talllaferro
of St. Ijouis, Mo., spent last Friday
evening with her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Anna Greene. Mr. Proctor Taliaferro
left last Sunday evening for Worches
ter, Ohio for future residence. Mrs.
Kittle Long of Memhpis is visiting
relatives in Brownsville. Hrs. Mattie
Wills of Jackson Is visiting relatives
also. Mrs. C. E. Lynk has returned
home after spending two weeks plea
santly in Memphis, with her husband.
Prof. J. II. Lynk. Mrs. J. W. Evans ac
companied by her son, John Frank,
have returned home ater a two-weeks
pleasant stay in Memphis.
ed unconscious until the end came.
Although her illness was of short du
ration, she suffered intensely, but
even so we know that she died as she
uvea, trusting im i.uu. bus. "" r. , ' , wh!1 thnra
apart as Children's Day anions our ; moved with her husband, from near " M gg paunne
Spring Church. Dinner was spread immediately after settling here, she
for the children, and after they had connected herself with Pilgrims' Rest
eaten the visitors from afar such as j Baptist Church. The funeral services
Round Pond, South Side and Calvin j w ere conducted from the home Satur
Row, were invited to dinner while uliy afternoon by Rev. A. Allison. The
the near-by visitors returned to their . speaker, in well chosen words, moved
homes before having dinner. All en- ne iarE6 croWd to tears. Mrs. Wil
liams leaves a husband, five children.
and an aged mother to mourn their
loss. And to this grief-stricken family
we extend our heart-felt sympathy
and commend them to God, who doeth
all things well. Mr. James Totten has
ro'iirned from an extended visit to
joyed the exercises of the children
and also the wonderful sermon de
livered by Rev. L. Hopkins ot Cun
ningham. He also delivered an ex
cellent sermon Sunday evening at
St. Paul Baptist Church. There will
be a basket meeting Sunday, June 17,
. I II 1 1 ) .1
m All. leuttnou, ivuuuu i uuu. no. ,. XT v .. , .t. VolonHnn
Dr. T. M. Pettus, the pastor of Calvin Buffalo N. Y. Miss Luclle Valentine
Row. will be the speaker of the day. b on the sick lis Miss Virginia olk
Mr. Earl MeGavock, a prosperous
tobacco farmer of Springfield, Tenn.,
wki the week-end guest of his broth
er and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Thompson, of 2515 Alameda street.
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CombiRm Rtrvntrth with palntable aromatic ta?tt'.
I)m aoi gripo or disturb atomuch. 60c,
H. E. Erwin left Tuesday for Nash
ville to be at the bed side of Rev. J.
P. Price of Hubbard's Chapel who
is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cor
der were the guests of Miss Kazeli
Caruthers Sunday at a 1 o'clock din
ner. Mr. Welsey Johnson has return
ed rom Chicago, 111. Mrs. Nannie Bat
tle and little son, Joe, of Nashville,
is the guest of her sister Mrs. Charlie
Rucks. Mrs. Maggie Laudis and Mrs.
A. L. Anderson were the guests o1
Mrs. M. F. Riley Sunday afternoon
The little infant of Mr. and Mrs. John
ua Provines died last week. We wish
to extend to them, our heartfelt sym
pathy. Mr. Gloston Whitley left for
Detroit, Mich., Saturday to make his
home. His wife will join him in a few
A CARD OF THANKS.
Wo wish to thank the many friends
ed home after a week's stnv in our and neighbors for their kindnesses and
little town visiting relatives. Miss I expressions of sympathy during the
Bessie Sutton is in Nashville visiting ! illness and death of our beloved mo
her brother, also having her1 eyether, Adeline Powell. Also for the
treated. The Misses Minnie and f beautiful flowers that were given. May
The members of that church will sw
that all visitors get their dinners
and you are made welcome. Satur
day, June 10, there will be a picnic
given by the St. Paul Sunday School.
Misses Uachel and Inez Rogers,
Messrs. Jesse Hopkins, Woodson
of Arkadelphla. Ark, is the house
guest of her auntie, Mrs. Susie Fos
ter. Mr. Frank Baty ot Chicago, 111.,
is spending a few days with his mo
ther, Mrs. Fannie Williams, Mr. Joe
Harper spent Sunday very pleasantly
in Paducah ns the guest of his sister
Rainey and H. E. Siley ewre tho Mrs. Sallie Shannon. Ms. Sarah Rhea.
Jf I and reliable tells wltfc rich.
I dear dfar-ain too
atry lov prices. Tkelr
satlsfactory perfarmaaoe tad dura
bility is backed by the makers' gaarsuB
tee and by our reputation at ataJdlinJ
only the belt on the market.
Get our discounts and be convinced
of the real value offered.
1,1 .TV til
Superior Cast Steel Church
and School Bells
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NUT'L BAPTIST CHURCH
R. H. BOYD, D. D., Secretary,
Hi Steoid In., L, bahvllk, Ton,
June the 5th Revs. R. H .and H. A.
Boyd, A. C. Sloan of Mt Olivet Bap
tist Church; Mr. T. T. Marshall, of
Pleasant Green; Mr. G. P. Baker and
Mr. William MeGavock, assistant sup
erintendent of Third Avenue Baptist
Church, Nashville, were entertained ai
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hunt.
These Congress workers made good
at the First Baptist Church working
in the interest of the Sunday School
Congress. Revs R. H. and H. A.
Boyd, we say, come again. Our peo
ple enjoyed everything that was said.
Look for Brentwood at the Congress
and also in the street parade June
the 17th. Rev. W. B. Crenshaw, pas
tor of the M. E. Church, conducted a
very successful revival at Flat Rock
last week. Mrs. R. E. Hunt took very
seriously ill Sunday morning Sho
vas some better at the time of writ
incr. Mr. R. E. Hunt did not go to his
appointment. Rev. T. W. Watkins
and Brother Oscar Owens went to
Florencevllle Sunday to hold a meet
ing. The members of the First Bap
tist Church are making arrangements
I to paint their church.
Eugene Short are in Nashville visit-
insr. Mrs. Nora Adams was in Nash
ville last week visiting the bedside of
her sick niece. Mr. Gns Tillman ol
St. Louis, Mo.. Is at home sick, but
we are glad to report him Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller have re
turned to Murfreesboro. Mrs. O. L.
Scruggs. Mrs. G. H. Hart and Miss H.
M. Whitman Bpent Monday In Shel
byvllle. Mrs. Anna Lyons has re
turned from Dayton, where she has
been visiting. Mrs. Lawrence Taylor
was the week-end guest of Mrs. C. B
Simmons. Miss Callle Rav has re
turned to Shelbyville. Rev. C. B.
Simmons made quite a hasty trip to
Tullahoma on business. Brother Keb
ble and wife spent a week with Mrs
Mattie Irvin recently. Everybody is
looking forward to the fourth Sunday
in June, at which time the annual
rally will close. Rev. Hawkins, our
worthy pastor, is putting forth stren
uous efforts to let the A. M. E.
churches and Christian denominations
know that Bellbuckle is not dead. The
rreaching services are expected to
be great the fourth Sunday In June,
at which time everybody is Invited to
be present. The first thing on pro
gram Sunday morning at 9 o'clock
will be the Sunday school conducted
by Prof. R. P. Purty of Woodforlr.
Chapel, Shelbyville, Tenn., and Prof.
R. O. Laws. Preaching service at
11 a. m. Dr. L. J. Johnson, president
of Turner College will preach. At
IS p. m., Rev. J. B. Foxall of Wartrace,
enn., will rrf?. h At 7:30 P m..
Rev. Howard of St. Mark A. M. E
Church will preach.
God's rifhest blessings rest upon each
WILLIE D. JARRETT,
(Husband and daughters.)
A large crowd of people attended
Children's Day services at Rich Creek
and Farmington Sunday. Mrs. Maxie
Mays left last week for Louisville,
Ky.. to join her husband, Mr. Claud
Mays. Rev. English of Belfast filler!
his pulpit Sunday at the Christian
Church. Miss Richardene Davis left
Saturday morning for Nashville to at
tend the Summer Normal. Mr3. Jen
nie Johnson Is confined to her room
at this writing. Miss Evergean Mil
lcr, dau.ghter of Rev. S. T. Miller,
pastor of the M. E. Church, was the
tuest of friends here Saturday and
Sunday. Mr. Jasper Bowden is here
mingling with old friends. The youn?
ladies met at the home of Miss Ricn
ardene Davis and organized the Do
mestic Art Club. The meeting was
opened with a song and prayer. The
following officers were elected:
Misses Marie Orr, president; Elmer
Lewis, vice president; Anis Smiley,
secretary; Whitney Smiley, assistant
secretary; Lucile Jenkins, treasurer;
Dulcie Aklns, pianist. The club ad'
journed to meet with Miss Orr Frl
guests of Miss Mabel Beam Sunday
afternoon. Mrs. Easter Rainey was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs Emanuel
Beam Sunday. Some of the young
folks are arranging a moonlight for
the first of July, when a nice time
will be had.
miah returned Sunday from a very
pleasant visit to Cairo. Miss Bobbie
Mae Nailli'ug of Fulton spent Sunday
in our city. A marriage of much sur
prise to their many friends was that
of Miss Berdie Jackson and Mr. John
White, who married in Cairo, 111., on
Monday, June 4th. Miss Jackson is an
accomnlished yound lady. She has a
charnniug personality ind Is promi-
Chtidren's nav was held at Payne's nent in the social circle of our city.
Chapel Church Sunday evening, June While Mr. White is a local preacher
10th, and proved quite a success. : or tne A. m. v. onurcn anu sumus uiku
To Colored Women
We ire the largest
Hair. Our latest
book showing new
tylei in hair
dresaiojr sent free.
Every colored wo
man should have
one. We sell thou
sands our hair aod
toilet articles. Sat
or money tack.
We mnke the best
EK1NO cornhs. with extra heavy tack, fully
L'uannteeil. With each comb we give lamp cap
ritKK. Senil monev order or stamps. MONKY
UAC'K IF KOI' SATISFACTORY. 89c, postpaid.
OttM&ld POSTPAID Sk
Hair nets, brushes, combs and toilet articles
manufacturers prices, send two-cent stamp.
Apents Wanted. Address as follows:
UIlMaNIA HAIR COMPANY.
lSl-m Park Kow, New York City.
Money raisers were Antlonette Fos
ter, A. Y. Foster, Willie May Quails
and Robert Lewis. Miss Mary V. Ma
liry, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Mabry's birthday was June 4th,
in the community. Mr. and Mrs. White
arrived here Wednesday and are for
the present, located in the home ol
Mrs. I aura Mayfield on College St.
Mrs. W. A. Smith is spending a few
1917. She Is now a young lady. She day. j Clinton. Mrs. Sarah Motley re-
received many presents on Tuesday i tllrned Tuesday to her home in St.
morning, presented to her by Mr
Edward Mabry from friends, Miss
Louis. Mrs. J. D. Warford of Wooa-
innri oner. Saturday with Mrs. Minnar
Lenora and Mr. William Allen. Mrs. rr-empie prof. Austin and Mr. W. L. Bur
day evening, June 15th, at her home
on Verona street, North. Mrs. Nan-
One hundred nie Mitchell has returned from Shel-
voices are expected to he heard in I tyville. where she has been attend-
the choir conducted by Prof. J. C ing the bedside of her grandmother.
McAdams. All preachers who have! Mr. John Kennedy of Nashville was
preached for the tribes are expected1 in town last week. Mrs. Zula McCul
to be present to see who will carry 1 lar spent Saturday and Sunday at
away the $1 sandms. Some sav one i kock bpring.
will get them and some say another,
but we don't know who hut we're
sure to give them to the one who
raises the most money. Our pastor, Our little town has been very busy
Rev. Hawkins, has asked each male i for the last week. As it has been rain-
memner to pay if.', each la-iy Ji ami tnr most every dav the farmers have
l each child flOc. Watch the G'o' e and ! . , nn VP1.V blue but the Inst few riavs of
! I(!r'rn ,ne names of the members of sunsmlne have made light hearts and
lseiimicKie tnurcn fitter tne tourtn smninf, facPS aain. We were glad to
Sunday. Each member will be glwn 1)ave tho ollowing visitors here last
ftill credit for what he has rnyl at Veek. Mrs. Maud Johnson of Memphis
the enl of his name. The church t ,, ,,, .,, w olt!f, ,aa
Will McAdoo and son, Emerson, are
the week-end guests of her sister,
Mrs. Robt. Arnold. Misses Mary
Dennis, Carrie and Henrietta Arnold
and Myra Blair were the guests of
Miss Mary Mabry Sunday. Mrs.
Johnnie Covington, son and daughter
visited their father and grandfather
Sunday. Miss Myra visited her sis
ter and children, Mrs. Lelah Begley,
Saturday morning. Mr. James Barnes j
was the guest of Mr. John Blair Sun
day. Mr. Robert and Mr. Willie Ba
tey called to see Miss Ophelia and
Miss Myra Blair Sunday evening.
Miss Mollie Barnes spent Frida
night with Mrs. Mary Belle Gooch.
Mrs. Ida Lewis, Mrs. Sallie Brew,
Miss Birdie L. Card, Miss Ophelia
and Myra Blair visited friends in
Nashville Saturday morning. Mrs.
Josie Card is sick but is better at
this writing. Mrs. Ida Lewis return
ed from Nashville Saturday with a
Fevere headache. Mrs. Mahalte
Barnes and son, Douglass, are con
templating spending the week In
Nashville visiting relatives and
friends. Mrs. Cynthia Foster is very
busy canning strawberries. Mrs. S.
p. Hyde visited her sisters at Mt.
View Sunday. Misses Annie and
Kizzie Mabry and Miss Ruble Mae
Williams were visiting her mother
Mrs. Ella Quails, Sunday. Misses
Annie, Pearlie and Louise Coleman
could not be in the Children's Day
exercises and we missed them so
Kuth Nelson. Miss Villa Stewart ot
LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
Rev. Dr. W. Conway Smith, presid
ing elder of the Texarkana District
Southwest Arkansas Annual Confer
ence of the C. M. E. Church, has
boncht a beautiful six-room bungalow
with all modern conveniences at 114
reil of Oivington spent a few hours
here Monday enroute to Nashville. Af
ter several days' illness. Mr. Lee Jack
son is up and out gaain. Mrs. Maud
Taylor was called to Martin Wednes
day to attend the funeral of her sister.
Mrs. Sallie Watkins let Sunday for
an extended visit to Franklin, Tenn.,
While there, she will he the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Lula Perkins. Mr.
George Temple made a flying trip to
Cairo Saturday, Mr. Ollie Dickie is
critically ill at the home of Mrs. Susan
Cotham on Home St., Miss Alma Da
vis spent a ew days of last tweek in
Harris. Mr. I-uther Knowles has re
turned rfom Tlptonville. On Monday
evening Miss Ida ' B. McCampheil
charmingly entertained a number of
voune neonle in her home on tonege
St., wilth a Miscellaneous Shower In
compliment to Mrs. Birdie White. For
the occasion the rooms were artisti
cally decorated with potted plants and
vases of beautiful cut flowers. The hos-
tess was assisted In receiving by Miss
Carrie Bwry. Games and music were
enioved. Fruit nuiich was dispensed
and at a late hour, a delicious Ice
course was served. To attest tne pop
ularity the honoree received many
handsome and .valuable girts.
In memoriam of Mr. Frank David
Capers who departed this life one
month ago today in Toledo, Ohio. We
do not know what it is this sleep so
deep and still but this we know, that
if they our loved and dead, could come
to us and ask What, is life? not one of
us could tell, for lire is a mystery as
deep as even death can be. Yet bow
dear it is to us!
Ho has finished his work and his
journey Is over,
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AGENTS WANTED I
Key Hatcher, preaclied to a large au
dience Sunday and Sunday night at His
church, Randolph Chapel. Sunday
j Schools at every church were report
ed good Sunday. Waller Gaines ot
Battle Creek was seen in town one
dav of this week. Clyde Dennis and
Annie Belle Hill were quietlv mar
ried at tho home of the bride Wednes
day night, Rev. Mcafee officiated. Rev.
Luther Windom has returned home
atfer carrying on a successful reviv
al at lunlap, Tenn. Many were con
verted and two were baptized by Rev.
Windom. The 20th Century Embroid
ery Club met at the residence of Mrs.
S. E. Oliver. An hour was 'Well spent
and enjoyed. Each one busy and chat
ting over their different work. Mem
bers present were Mesdames Wm.
Robinson, J. J. Mc.Elroy, J. D. Mar
tin, W. J. Astrapp, E. Oliver. II. Kite.
Jno. Lane, W. F. Hatcher. They were
visited by Rev. Sibley of Stevenson,
Ala., and little Miss Dorothy Lewis ol
Whitwell, Tenn., who expressed them
selves as being much delighted witr
the work. A delicious three-course
menu was served by the hostess. Next
mooting will be with rMs. W. J. Ast
ropp. Little Bennie Cooly, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. George Cooly was struck
in the face with a rock Sunday even
ing as he was sitting in a wagon near
his home, by a white man who was
said to be intoxicated. The man was
in a car, with several others who
came driving up the pike. They stop
ped the car and said several words to
Bennie and two other children silting
in the wagon. One got out and threw
a rock that ho picked up from the pike
and struck Bennie, which caused him
to loose much blood. He is getting
along very nicely now. The Mission
ary and Educational Society met at
the home of Sister Emma Staley.
Many were present and enioyed f
interesting lesson. The hostess served
ice cream. Mrs. Ned Marbury and
Mrs. Geo. Onolev are still sick. Mt.
Bethlehem church members are look
ground will be covered with all kinds
of good things to eat. Come one,
come all. Mr. Jack Miller had an
alio Mrs Dock a candv hunt Ali re- Bell., was the guest of Miss Ester , ears ago. Since that time he has
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The war Is accomplished, the triumph
He laid down his armor beside tie
And brilliant with stars, is the crown
lie has won.
He has finished his work, and his tfrl-
The voice of the King, in his beauty
In accents of music, "Well done, faith
Now enter thou Into the joy of thy
He has finished his work, shall we
mourn our beloved one?
Or weep, that his face we no longer
Oh, sweet is our hope, in this moment
We'll meet him again in the city ol
Ellendale spent the weekend with Mr. jiine street. Dr. Smith came to Mt-
and Mrs. G. A. Boyd. Dr. A. C. Jenrette! tie Rock from Nashville, Tenn., five
Sunday was an interesting day with
everybody at this place. Rev. J. F.
Sebastian was at his post and preach
ed at eleven o'clock. Children's Day
was also observed and an excellent
program was rendered by tho chil
dren in the afternoon. The speakers
for the afternoon were Superinten
dent C. C. Fugett, V. M. Murphy, W.
B. Burdett, G. H. Halibur'on and a
paner by Miss K. V. Smith, subject,
"The Training of Boys." The collec
tion for the day was $4.00. Rev. G.
H. Haliburton filled the pulpit at 8:00
p. m. Mr Dan Hodge of Sewanee
was here visiting his uncle, Mr. Ben
Hodge. Mr. R. J. T. Starks made a
trip to Rucker, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Burdett were guests of their
mother Sunday. Mrs. Pat'on from
Richard City Is visiting her mother.
Rev. W. M. Porter will hold his third
euarterly conference at Murphy
Chapel June 16, i7th. Mr. James
Green died June 10th. Services were
held at Hord's Chapel attended by the
pastor, Rev. J. B. Foxall and Rev. A.
D. Nelson of Beech Grove.
Dr. Claiborne, a prominent dentist
or Nashville, Tenn., has located in
Brownsville. Mrs. Redman of Stanlon
s;icnt hist Friday afternoon in Browns
ville. Her charmine little daughter,
iMnnio Hollo accompanied her. Mx.
W. A. Chandler was called to Dyers-
Ing with Miss Iola B. Fields. Come
apain dear friends to our homes and
town. Miss Eleanor Steven spent sev
eral days in Memphis last week. Also
Mr. Wiilie Bernard. The Misses Bessie
G. and Lucy A. Taylor and Miss So
phia McLin and Mr. and Mrs. So
Taylor motored to Mason last Satur
day. The children's day program at
the M. E. church Sunday evening was
quite a credit to Its young leaders,
Mrs. Lizzie Reynolds and Mrs. Mabel
and the Program Committee wlsihes
to thank the young men who
sang so nicely on last Sunday. Some
of the girls of Mason say that joy
riding is very enjoyable If Mr. Ware
is not coming from the Chapel vi
cinity, but If he is, you will sure have
a blow out. Miss Lucy H. Bernard re
turned last Saturday from Swift Mem
orial College at Rogersvllle, Tenn.,
where she has been attending school.
Miss Blanche G. Steven and Mr.
Charlie Flanigan called ott the Misses
Fields last Sunday evening. Send all
news for the Globe to Miss Iola Fields
on Monday before noon.
felt in the religious and civic uplift
in our city. The Nexroes are leav
ing Little Rock by the hundreds.
Every Saturday night a crowd goes
east and north. Great preparations
are being made here for the enter
tainment of the Mosaic National
Grand Lodge. Dr. S. J. Elliott, the
present National Grand Master, has
done a great work toward pushing
this grand old order to Its rightful
place at the front in the fraternal
world. Dr. Elliott is a great and safe
leader of men. The Philander Smith
College has just closed one of the
best sessions in Its history. The
commencement program was the beat
rendered from every point of view.
The following are the graduates from
the college1 department: Joseph Da
vis. Miss Adelia C. Smith, ouitman
W. Wilson, Miss Mary Johnson, Le-
roy Williams, Miss Hattie Stephens,
Sterling Todd and Wm. Lavan Sher
rell. Miss Adelia C. Smith, of 1714
Pine, in the delivery of her oration
from the subject, "The Value of
Principles," swept the vast audience
from their feet. There were more
than three thousand people present.
Miss Smith is a former graduate of
Pearl High School, Nashville, Tenn.
Sho is an exceptionally smart young
woman and is the daughter of the
Rev. Dr. W. Conway Smith. -
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Mr. H. D. Merrill has returned
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proved In health. Mrs. Carrie How
ard of Indianapolis, Ind., is visiting
her sister. Miss Ida Love, of S. Glade
street. Miss Irene Merrill is home
from Keeling, Tenn., where she has
been teaching. Mr. Joseph Thomp
son has gone to Detroit, Mich., for
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Miss Addie L. Robinson of Fisk
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eling throtiFh the south with the quar
tet of Selden Institute, Brunswick.
Ga. The school is trying to taise
funds to build a boy's dormitory.
I inursuay - .. ,,,, i.te. pionsi. hhut Tfnhlnann sTndiint.ed in the chiss
on busi'iess. Mr. Shack I h"'"" ""S, " m " Vw.; nt, W,a1 Thnmrwon and Mr.
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Uev. Martin of Clarksvllle.
The farmers are all smiles over the
rain. Some one has been pray'ng.
It seems that everybody Is consider
ing the scarcity of food by planting
large gardens on every vacant lot.
We must not neglect the Globe. It
C. J. Porter spent last Thursday in
tritnony Saturday, June 9, at 9 a. m.(
at the home of her parents. Quite
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home recently to attend the funera;
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sie Jones of Memphis, Tenn, formerly
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Brownsville this week, the guest 01
Mrs. Ella Holoway. Messrs Ferdie
Shaw, Sonnie Taylor and Willie Mur-
ly after the ceremony for. that place.
Mr. Anderson of Birmingham accom
panied Mr. Malone on his wedding
trip. Mr. Joe Wilkes and Mr. Frank
Dickerson are Btill sick. Mrs. Ed
ward Irving and daughter have re
turned to Chicago, 111. While here
they were the house guests ot Mrs,
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her alma mater. The members, of
the quartet are: Frederick Douglass'
Atwater, 1st tenor; Charles Hohbs,
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Qulncy Griner, bass, and with them is
Miss Parthenia Hopkins, the soloist,
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The concert In Blackshear Ga., was
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Mira Addie L. Robinson and her
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