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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JUNE 15, 1917.
i TVe vjaMnunlty was greatly shock
ed jy the death of Luclnda Claiborne
Sunday morning. She was seriously
aik with typhoid but aa thought
to ba convalescing. She 'was very
popular with the younger set and will
be greatly missed. The whole com
munity sympathizes with the bereav
ed family. The funeral services were
held at Mt Zlon. Rev. E. F. Goocn
officiating. Prof. R. L. Whitesides la
very sick, with typhoid. A host of
friends are praying for his recovery.
Mr. William Little is very .ck
with the typhoid fever. Lawyer J. C.
Mc Adams argued an important case
at Lynchburg last week. The court
decided adversely and he appealed to
. the Supreme Court and has filed his
papers. The rally at the A. M. E'.
Church which closed last Sunday was
a success, all things considered. The
total amount raised was $230. Mrs
t'annfe Singleton '(is, Oe leadens
general, reporting $72. Mrs. Mary Orr
reported $C8. Mrs. Ada Jennlnes, $(iu.
And Mrs. Ellen Whitesides, $34. The
bulk of the indebtedness of the church
will now he liquidated. L!ttle Miss
Gladys Whitesides is summering at
Tullahoma. Most of the county schools
have been siven out. The salaries in
most cases 'have been Increased. Tho
teachers of the Shelbyvills public
schools have not been elected. Kev.
Mack of Lewisburg preached two very
' able sermons at the Presbvteri'
church .Sunday. Millard Webb lo"t
SMwrdfay for Michigan ( where Itvis
friend Robt. Ray secured hira a lucra
tive position. He has tilled very ac
ceptably the position of chauffeur to
Prof. Bramdon for quite a while. Prof.
Brandon wrote a very flattering rec
ommendation. Mrs. Theora Campbell
motored through to Nashville to visit
her sister. Mr. Willie Bell has made
.pplcatlon to enter the officers train
ing camp at Des Moines, Iowa. He has
one year's military training at Tus-
kwgee. If selected, he would do his
part dn jtraightenlng out the Kaiser.
The following persons have gone to
the State Nomal for the summer
ohool: Ms. Emma Tillman, Mrs. Lu
dle Carttwright, Misses Eunice Ray,
Pauline Davidson, Beatrice Brown,
and WHlle V. Wrlght. Mrs. Ellene La
7 of Atlanta is here visiting her
parents. The county teachers insfcr
tute will convene June 25. The teach
ers are Miss Ellen Mitchell. Mrs. Ida
K. Laws, Profs. Purdy and McAdams.
M will rin two weeks.
er. G. R. Norman was called to
Nashville Tuesday of last, week on ac
count of the serious Illness and deatn
of his sister. Rev. Norman's members
nd friends extend to him their heart
felt ympathy in this sad hour. We say
to you dear pastor, "cheer up anu
look beyond, the Lord glveth and the
Lord taVeth away, blessed be the name
of the Lord." Mr. J. N. Worley of Mt,
Pleasant made a business trip to our
town Thursday of last week.' Rev. K.
B. Flowers assisled Kev. Norman in
the 11 o'clock services and at nieht.
Rev. Flowers preached at Harlins
Mines. Mirs. Julia Armstrong of Cm
aan, Tenn., spent Saturday and Sun
day, the guest of her auntie, Mrs.
Daniel I.lnseomb. She was Pcconma
nled by her two little daughters. Mrs.
Lula Soiith Fierson of Ridley, was
the truest of Mrs. A. L. Watkins from
Saturday to Sunday. Ijittlo Misses An
nie Gary Flowers, Irene Dobbins and
Willie Church entertained quite a num
, her of their little friends- at the home
of Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Flowers. The
home was beautifully decorated with
f.owrs or the season.' .Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Thompson was the .welcome
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Johnson.
Sunday afternoon. The picnic given by
the Sunday School, , Saturday was
grand. On account of the inclement
weather, several of the child ran ft'prn
absent A two course repast was serv-j
cd. Rev. G. R, Norman preached an
able sermon Sunday at 11 a. m. The'
entire audience seemed to be moved!
by th sermon. At the tdosn nf th ur.
mon, the program for the Children s '
aay was rendered. The exercises were
good. By remiest of the nainr o.,iri '
program will be repeated June 24th
mar. at me tnapei. You are cordially
invited to be present. At night on
the above named date. Dr. I. J. Ed
wards. P. R.. of tho Cnhmihln. nistrlnt
will fill the pulpit at tho A. M. E.,
in interest of the Third Quarterly Con
ference. You are .welcome to conio
and hear him. Mrs. A. M. Russell en
tertained with a verv Pin
o'clock dinner Sunday, In honor of
Miss Pearl Church, who recently re
turned from the A. and I. Slate Nor
mal. Mr. W. M. Bryant, of Columbia,
Mr. Charlie Bla.T of Columbia and Miss
Christian Church, and others a live
course menu was served. Prayer serv
ice were conducted at the Christian
church Sunday. Rev. Kebbles' mem
bers and friends sympathize with him
and family in this hour
n;ent, in the loss of your dear loving
son. We commend you to God who
doeth all thiiners wall. Mis Mvrtio
Watkins was entertained by Mr. Har
ry Mathis Sundav. The fn
quite busy looking after their crops.
Pa., be report that times are good
for colored people up there. Mr. i.r
ert Bonner left for Meadville, Pa a
few days ago. Mrs. Georgia Houston,
wife of Mr. Hayes Houston, la very 111
at this writing. We hope for her, a
speedy recovery. Mrs. Bettie Todd or
Nashville is visiting her home at this
place, will leave for Chicago In a few
days. Mr. Rufus Greer is still ill. He
has been very ill for several weeks, he
left this place about ten years ago and
returned very sick, some time ago
and was baptized the 4th Sunday in
May. We hope for hira a speedy recovery.
planning for children's day on the 4th
Sunday. Bells Chapel Church Is being
remodeled. Mr. Henry Clark visited
his family the last of the week. Mr.
R. B. Hardy spent Sunday In Memphis
with his wife, who was resting very
well. Mr. William Chandler of Browns
ville spent a few hours here Sunday
en route to Dyersburg.
Since our -writing. Mr. Neal KeUh
and Miss Annie Wilson were united
in the holy bonds of wedlock. The
groom is one of Fayettevllle's leadins
young men. He very recently return,
ed from the U. S. Army. He belong
ed to the 24th Infantry. The bride is
one of Fayetteville's belles. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wil
son. She Is a diamond of the first
waters. Wle hope her husband will
Teat and respect her as such. We H
God's blessings upon them. Mrs. Ida
Hickman, who had been an invalid for
a number of years died on June the
9th, while under an operation. The
P. B. Church has lost one of its lead
ing members and the vicinity one or
Its best citizens. Burial on Pea
Ridge. Mr. B. R. Clark was in town a
rew days ago. Mr. Clarki is one of
Lincoln's leading farmers, and Is very
prosperous. He is educat'ng his chil
dren. Four of his chi'ldren attended
the city school and one of the A. anr
I. Normal at Nashville. Miss Vinie Com
mions, corner of Campbell and Madi
son, Ave., gave a birthday party on
lr.st Wednesday. Her many friends
certifled her that it was her blrtNln
by the many gifts they presented to
her. Prof. J. A. O. Fulton was in Fnv
ettoville a few days nt-'O. Prof. Fulton
's a product of Lincoln County.
were glad to hefr c the marriage of
Vi'ss Jennie Lvnn Brothers of Nns'--ville.
Miss Brothers was born In Fav
otteville. We hone that her future life
uny bo a path of roses without thor"
LItt'o Alma Summons who lvns hepn
!sipndln,!? the summer -with Mrs. Char
lotte Lay, the mother of Mr. N. M.
i: h-mie. lert fur her Voire at C'mtPi-
vlllo. Ala., nil M.millv Mrs Mlnnntn
Brady's son Frank Is in Meadville,
Key Chapel M. E. Church is alive
in Revival service, beginning June
4th. Rev. H. P. Garden, pastor, has se
cured the Rev. Sister Mitchell to con
duct the revival, which Is proving a
success indeed. The woman is a won-
V" Iler to all who hear. Her text last
n ,"V. "I1 f, 6Vening WaS "He ls on Hi8 W to the
in li Association Hogpen;" It was one of the most im
"nnfr,! 'v ? i Thur,sday' Pr,day auu Pressive sermons preached during the
pn Po'a r&Vn W 'J,"0"1 was pre" eek- 1Ier explanullon given on the
ut I r. CamC,bBH- Moderator; Prodigal Son on last evening was
t ir n f.ur"e"e' ,,resl(lent- Bro- heard py not less than Ave hundred
1. It. Donald. Secretary. On Thurs- anxious listeners,
day night, Rev. W. M. Shaw preach-! Rev. Gordon, our l.ellved pastor, is
e:t a powerful sermon. A short pro- ' a happy man, over his success here.
....... h rendered by Rev. Dr.: We have had four conversions and:
ssea , fllary scou. uosslo six additions to date. Cash raised on
a. bearcy, Mrs. R. L. Williamson and yesterday, $2C 00
Mrs. McLemore and others. We alsoi - .
had an able sermon from Rev. Bur- CUIC A PA
netto. The speaker seemed to have LlilLAuU.
been at his .best and his message was '
sSnrtamnIetbl,,B0I,ntl,T; n ! Mr- and Mrs- Wnl- C1"tt entertaln"
ed Rev P H ftali nt Board adjourn- ed in honor of Prof, and Mrs. Wm.
iTn f.JackBon'.theex" Merriwether, May 28, 5512 Lafayette,
hp p.,rrio,i n,7 r. .) Z . t, alr- ana Mrs- vvim- Chinn. A two course
he c.vrned Rev. O R. Morris of Fruit- . menu waa 8erved-
r ZnH! ' Kn r?U!f """J6' Misa Elvlra MayeT off Nashville,
Mason wiL frtPn , 8e,Vera d,a?" Tenn- marrIe' Chicago, II, June 11
Saturday "S .M1T b B"
( orinne McLemore
how many others that might be tuber
cularly Inclined. t
4th, The patient's room should be
well ventilated and free from all un
necessary furniture etc. These act as
a storehouse for the germs.
6. The patient should only use theli !
own dishes drlnkuog cup. linen. These
should be subjected to disinfection af
6th. All sputum, or discharges of '
any nature should be immediately de
stroyed, or subjected to the action of
some powerful disinfection.
To the Agents of the Madam
G. J. Walker Manufactur
Sunday was quite a gToomy day, hut
yet we aboarded train No. 6 for Kos-:
terville, .where we were recently call
ed at Brandon Chapel. We were ac-
omrmaniert liv Ttrna PTinrllo Pnllov :
and Florpnp.p . t. A.m.,f r,'... t L '
e,,.. . . . ,, , ,. ... " it t- , lu.ii uui.ua, aim uov. ' iwurcn- ;
r k. J 7 rTuiivine n- H0wt0Hrevpnf thpSnrpaH hank8 aa fa- as Normanda. We arrlv
day in the home of Mr. and Mirs. Osia 1 1XUW lU 1 lVeni me Opreaa d at Wartrace and were met by our '
laylor was the scene of a heantlfni I r ry. i . it... t i.,, j
party Friday of l?t week n honor of j - Ot 1 UberCllIOSlS. e'ely ab"out hU llty Soct" He
elr.neice, Miss Eddy Weathers j is very an:ous that we have a joint
LerSUr?T A ;CuUr8J? menu Was! Idebate- !n a days the Tullahoma
v"' ii. viiauuicr mmiorea mm is a tusease as most or
The Quarterly Conference of this
Circuit met at Quinn Chapel Saturday
June 2nd. Rev. G. L. Jackson Presid
ing Elder, was carried over by the
Pastor, Rev. Wm. Swift. Amidst rain
and threatening winds, the officials
from Webb Chapel and Rockvale met
at the usual hour and organized, by
electing Prof. R. T. Butler, Secretary
and T. F. Seay. Nelson Rurker and
M. Thomas, financial board.
The conference was In every whv
a success. New Interest and new life
seem to have, been taken on by every
Every one seems to realize that the
pastor ami the presiding elder nre la
bor'ng for the uplift of Christianity.
Prof. Butler made a talk to the Con
ference on education and also In
structed the betliren to see to it that
the young men egister Juno 5th 1917.
Yoa are hereby aoJtied that
National Convention o' tho Walk
er agents will be held in Phila
delphia on August 30-31st lnolu-
At this meeting many import
ant matters with reference to the
future plans. of the Company will
be discussed and explained.
Madam Walker ls greatly Inter
csted in her agents, in their suc
cesses and thetr 'failures, being
extremely anxious to help them,
r.:id is now going over plans for the
placing of her great manufacturing
enterprises on a co-operative
basis so that her agents will share
In the profits of the same, all ol
which will be given out at the Na
Madam Walker has offered five
hundred (?."00) dollars in prizes
which wil be given out as follows:
To the a'ent Bonding In the larg
est number of new agents. fift
dollars ($50); to the agent send
ing in the largest number of new
agents over twenty-five .(25) one
hundred dollars ' ($100) ; to the
agent selling the largest amount
of goods, first prize, seventy-five
dollars ($75), second prize, fifty
dolors ($50); to the agent return-
the largest number of empty boxes
over one thousand (1000) twenty
five dollars ($25) and the club sell
ing the largest amount ot goods,
one hundred dollars ($100) lirst
prize, second prize, seventy-five
dollars ($75) and third prize twenty-five
This contest will close August
first, 1917. Prizes will be given at
the Convention on Augut 20-31st
inclusive. All who wish to enter
the contest please send their
names at once to the main office,
t!40 North West Street, Indianap
olis, Indiana, that they may be
properly listed. All those who can
not enter the contest this year are
urged to arrange to enter It next
year, as this will be an annual
Madam G. J. Walker, Mannfaclnriiig Co.
een npending the winter. Miss Mary .in their new home. Mrs. Inez Mapping,
us Glee flub, will have a debate with the Maupin, and Miss Clara Tillman are vis was in Chattanooga last week shop-
ing their brother, Rev. Wm. Mau-iping. Wm. Martin has returned rror
pin, on Polk St. Rev. D. S. Rausawr, j Normanda. Rev. J. P. Wihitaker, and
Church of this place, who is nok pas-j wife spent the week in Chattanoopa
tor of one of the leading churches in visiting friends. Miss Jessie Gwyne
Chattanooga, spent the week with his land Miss Guffey of McMInnville iwere
family. Rev. Rausaw Is a Btrongjin town Monday, enroute to Chattan-
preacher, and a great pulpit doctor, looga, Mrs Henry Dito, moved to Chat-
to Humboldt Sunday night. Mr. J. K. know ls sunned hv
Lewis and Prof. Jackson Jacocks of some minute growth that are forms trace, subject: "Should the Negro
! "all3 Tenn., were the guests of the of life. Some are animal and some are fight In the U. S. Army " The sne
; Misses Searcy Sunday. Mr. Jim Moody vegetable origin. These little growths ers will be named soon. We soon ar
,of Dyersburg was a visitor here last are called germs. rived at Fosterville, where we were
week. Mrs. Mollle McLemore spent, These germs or Bacteria often tra-1 mot by Bros. George Martin, and
several hours in Alamo Thursday, vel through the air having been thrown 1 Richard Garrett, who accompanied us
1-i.Do xvi.u.D jMBuuiain is visiting inerem Dy some person or thing. to the church. When we arrived at His people think well or him. A tew tanooga. Kev. Curtis, was in MCMiun-
a7Wv County- Mrs- R- B- Hardy j In view ofthis act, sence we are to the church, we found a large crowd faires -nve iwved from this place ville Sunday preaching. McKinley
! who has been confined to her bed for tell of Its prevention, we feel we could a waiting us. We soon arranged our and placed their membership with I Winton, the star pitcher for the Red
several months was carried to the not Improve upon the following rules business, and went to the pulnlt and his church. This speaks well for Rev. 1 Sox, is still holding his own. He will
hosmtal in Memplvs. She was accom- already established by Sanitariums preached to a large congregation from Pansaw as a pnstor. Mrs. Ida Ham-jpHch a great game Saturday. Miss
panned by her husband. Mrs. Florence and by the general medical profes-! Jni" i-s.i vPP All r.rpsPnt seemed monds, still reads the Globe. She says ' Mamio Rhoten is still leading the
i V ur ller nome ounaay s:on as worthy of observation in ef- to have enjoyed the services. At 2:30 it is a great paper. Mr. Charlie Mur-j young people in church literary tram-
phv, s'lent Sunday with his wife Mrs. ing. The recital at the M. E. Churca
Hasle Murphy on Jackson Street. Mrs. Sunday was grand. Tho 4th of July
Media Taylor, has joined the Globe
ignt after staying by the bed side of forts for the prevention and control of .Hie (ji.lc.ie exercises iwere Con
ner uuuier, rara. naoy until sne was , Tuberculosis. ducted by Mrs. Ella Wellineton, and
TTl8' !? Memphis. Mrs. R. L. Cart-1 1st. The house should be screened Sister Martin, which were nicely car-
rigm wiuiamson ot Jackson was the'agalnst flies and Insects of like na-lried out. At 7:30 we found ourselves family. She reads it regularly. Mrs. Liz
pieasamt guest of the Misses Searcy.ture because they will infest them-1 again confronting a hires audience . I zio Edmondsnn. Is slll lootdn-r well.
last week. Mrs. Williamson left Sat-! selves with these eerms eotten from ! We riellvprprl m.r aormnn tr, tho hrai- Hp., trin in Favpttevlllp will tell. The I Elliott Glunton. has accepted a nosl-
urday for her home after spending the discharges .sputum and decaye i I of our ability. After services we went j work on the M. E. Church, is pro-Jtion at Avoca, the Pythian Summer
seven weeks with relatives and matter and denosit. lit In nnd linntlltn tlio hrvnio nf Tlvn Hnnrira Tnrtin nrTnaqlnw Ann Ppv Vptqntl lrnn.v tin W i 1? psnrt T l Was ioinpd bv JllP KelSO.
friends. Miss Eddie Weathers and Bro. ; the eatables of tho families thereby i where he re3tprl fine until Monday ' to do the work. He is assisted by Kev. better known as winder. Mr. Coleman
will be a great day at the Mason HUl.
To find out particulars, see Wm. Jen
kins. Mr. George Austin is sick. Mr.
Master Hubble Weathers, left Sunday endanger our lives.
morning. Mr. Milibn Oakley, has ac-i.T. W. li'ic
rn 1. Mr. Walter Smith, is; Scott, accepted a position with Hunt
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y Mail Only 25c
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I (olord peu lecan easllv, quiik y, mfily and 11
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PrifHsof P ouih'a Black and hitp Oinmenl, a
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. plea di d hi-Hla al liaingn or tun ard f ckles giv
ing a be utiful, sm.Kith, folt, ft.tr comnlexi n to
n.ma-ln hem the. nvy of their friends rvey
anybody should have a (air, briiihi c. m . jlon.an
black St White Ointment is your opportunity. A
large tx'X nt y mail for oi l 25c (coin or at mpa)
; "ddra.a Plough C hemic I CO-
Pt. M. Men .i ia.T;,,tin
Agenta wanted every here jf
M. MED PALMER'S
- Whitens dark or brown skin.
Bleaches and clears sallow com
plexions, removes all blemishes
and causes the skin to grow
whiter. See that you get th
! Cornersville, Tenn. '
' ' Dec. 6, 1917
Jacob's Pharmacy Co.,
You will find enclosed 25
box of Dr. Fred Palmer's
cents for -which send me a
Skin Whitener. I think it is
marvelous In making the
skin soft and many shades '
lighter. I used the soap also.
MISS LAZINCA BATES
- Box 103.
DO NOT ACCEPT IMITATIONS
Sold by druRTirista or aent direct, for He.
poatpald. Writ JACOBS' NUUUCY.
.. Atlanta, Ga.
tor iiioii nome at uyerslnirg. Little i 2nd. The patient infected with tu- cemnrf a lucrative nosiilnn l ('!- n tlx sick list. ths week. Mr. Woods. I and Smith and is now operating a
Treasure Eddy Louise Searcy was con-. berculosis should bo isolated as com- tanoo'-'a. Miss Hosaloe nostick, ol 1 of the llui-rican Hall, spout Sunday In j lurch !and at the Odd-Kellows Hall,
f red to her bed last. week. Miss Blan-, plo'ely as possible or facilities will Giirtev. Ala.. Is visiting Miss Ethe McMinin ille. Mr. .1. II. Holnian, lost: Mr. Milkie Williams, of Now Town,
ohe Walker of nrcf-vusville, ppent permit. This should be dov.o for t'ie Hunter, and sister. Mr. Andre, (ill n vpi-v fine mule last week. Tho en-: renin cnrlv Sunday, and was aocof-
Thursday here, the guests of Miss good of the patient, other members l.rcpt.h. of Curley, Ala., was in town '": ;r'vrnt known as "A trip armmd p-inloil 1 y Mr. Oscar Slielton. Mr. Am
Pr.rlce W.orthom. Mrs. Missio Jones ot of the family and the general welfare Sunday. He was accompanied bv Miss tho wirl.l," givpn by the mciv'iers of os Itvlos, is a great hog raiser. Miss
G-ites is the guest of Mrs. Lucy Blade, j of the public. Hhoda Pend'cton ."nd Lizie Haywood, t'ie Shorter Chaple," was a great sue- Hattie Smith, of Lyncblmrg, was here
Mrs. Hattie Norman is very sick at! 3rd. 'Lot the doctor and as few o'n- Kev. Gprdncr, of Elk'n Tenn., preacn- cess. Mr. Gcorgo Brown, has return- last week, er.route to Nashville. Ben
this writing. The. W. W. Club metiers as possible take care of the pa-, cd for Rev. Sain Bailey last Sunday mm l.oi, Mrs. Laim visited narrell. says that, ho can't sloop with
Snnday afternoon with the president, tient. This is wise because then you 'in, the l'rinv'tive Union Meeting. Mr. her husband at Coal Mont. Bead this 'out leading the Clobe. Kev. P. N. Col
Mrs. Mary Puffny, presiding in the lessen the possibility of infesting the James 'Mitchell, has just returned column next week ,and see. Mrs. lior. of Dickson, Tenn., will pay us a
v,,,,.,. uca i.iK.j.tH oiiutiiiy ccootii laiwnoie coiiinniiiMty. vou (lou t know from Birniinghaf, Ala., where he has Loma Scott, and husband havo moved vi.it.
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