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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 20, 1917.
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
imn 1i i'lr'iil
Mrs. Hazel Dickson of Iowa and
Mrs. Andrew Muhead were the guests
of Mrs; Wiiry Richardsion, Monday
eveuing. Mr. and Mrs). Will Odum
and daughter and Miss Hattie Lee
Peaks of Nashville motored to Leba
non Sunday while here, Miss Peaks
was the guests of her aunt Mrs.
Mary Richardson, and Mr. and Mrs.
Will Oilum and daughter were highly
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. James
McCresor. In the afternoon, Mr. Odum
and tlie Manscm family went joy rid
ing and to view the beautiful cedars
of Lebanon. We wish to have them
conic acain soon. Rev. Grant Whitley
of the Holiness church filled the pul
pit for Rev. H. K. Erwin Sunday night
on the account of the Pastor. Rev.
Erwln being very ill. Mr. Joe Smith
of Nashville dined with Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Anderson Sunday. Mr. Smith is
here tryi.ng to improve his health.
Dr. McAllister of Nashville filled! Rev.
M. P. Riley' pulpit Sunday morning.
Mr. Henry James fell asleep In Jesus
last Thursday evening. His funoral
wias preached at Pickett Chapel M.
E. church by Itev. Hudson. Mr. Lee
. Clark fell asleep In Jesus Monday
night and was buried Wednesday.
Rev. W. H. Adams preached the fune
ral. Mr. Bettie Johnson and children
of Chattanooga are the guests of her
mother Mrs. Priscilla Shorter. Mis?
Lena Crawford will leave Saturday
Wright last week. Miss Price being
one of our teachers in the city school
for 4 years. We wish for the bride
and groom a great success. Mr. Ken
nedy Scruggs and Mr. Wert Mc
(lain of Nashville are here to attend
night at the residence of Mrs. Giden
Snmms, in honor of her son. Holly
Duff, of St Louis, who Is here on a
visit It was largely attended, and
all present enjoyed themselves until
a late hour, singing and dancing and
playing games. Mr. Duff says that he
will always remember his many
frk-nds In Tullahoma. He will leave
soon for his home in East St Louis.
Mrs. Ella Gant is visiting in Shelby
ville this week. Her son, Sam, mo
tored through Saturday. Rev. J. W.
Young and wife have returned front
Camden, Ala., where they went to
visit his 6on, Frank. Rev. Win. Jen
kins and Itev. J. W. Young and Bill
Johnson will make a tour through Ala
bama in the interest of the Red Cross
Society. Rev. Young will preach and
Rev. Jenkins will sing, and Win. John
son will lift the collection and oiler
our union Picnic Tuesday. Mr. Alon.a prayer. 'Ihey will be in Iluntsvllle,
. . . , , a wr I All. Inn 0 T..1..
Pates has returneu nome irom jvjiox- w, mo uhiki iun ui juij. i.ev
ville, Tenn. The beautiful home be- Curthoy was in town- last week,
lnninir in Mrs. Lou Dana Keith and I Madam rumor be.nan to ride last
Sister, Mrs. Attrella Caruthors
the Globe see Wm. Jenkins, 607 South
On Sunday. Rev. II. P. Gordon took
with him, bis congregation to Cairo
a little suburban town responding to
an invitation extended by the Hev.
Sister Mitchell to join wiUi her on
that day. It being the day set apart
for baptism. Early Sunday morning
the town of Gallatin began stirring.
Buggies, hacks and autos were seen
dashing through the streets of Gal
latin, all pulling in the direction of
Cairo. The beautiful little church
was soon filled, every seat being tak
en, and the yard and streets were
crowded with anxious listeners. Cairo
can boast of having the oriest
crowd ever gathered there. Prompt
ly at 12 o'clock, services began. De
votion was conducted by Rev. H. P.
Cordon. All joined In singing. "I
destroyed by fire July 4th. That nick
el you are buying candy with, buy
a Nashville Globe at your door each
Monday evening and be iconv,.are-l
that It is the best Negro paper in the
South. Every colored person should
read it. Andrew J. Anderson. Agent.
Sunday was a ereat day in Baptist
Bottom. " The rally was pulled off in
great shape at the Mt. Zion Baptist
Church, and each captain was found
at their post. A big crowd came up
from Wartrace and Bellbuckle.
Halev and Fairfield. The crowd was
headed by Revs. Foxall and Hawkins.
The visit of Mr. Sam Murray and
Sandy Hu.eh was a great treat to the
church and members. Mrs. Sophia
Cwynn died Friday night. Her fun
eral was attended by Rev. J. B. March
bank and Rev. J. P. Whittaker, the
pastor. Burial in the Citv Cemetery.
Rev. Brown, of Fayetteville, was in
town last week en route for Sparta.
Rev. A. E. Martin, the sweet singer
was "eei., aim u me young man voiuinuesi .un. i "' i!iiiiii. .v unnraj
to carry his rain coat the people of spirit being visible to nil. '1 lie licv.
Sewanee will remain In old Tullaho Sister Mitchell then be?an preaching,
ma. Rev. I. W. Young preached in : Text, "The Living Water." The story
Mt. 7.ion Sunday to a lar.go congrega-' of the woman at the well, being benu
tion, and all present seemed to enjoy tifnlly pictured by her. Dinner was
his sermon. Mrs. J. II. llolman was ; ihcn 'spread, eriteii and enjoyed. Last
in Shulbyville last week attending the I but not least, the bell w;is sounded
funeral of Mr. Cartwriglit. .Mrs. J. D. j a-rain for Baptism. The con-re'-'ation
Martin, of South Pittsburg, who liiisjwas ij,)P(i an,i a B01l raised and
I'ten visinng nor sisier, win lea oi
for Louisville Ky, where she will join 0f the A. M. E. Church, was in Spar
her sister and make her future nome.
A wedding of much surprise was that
of Miss Samella Price to Mr. E. Cnrt-
ta last week attending the Confer
ence. There was a social given by
the elect of society circles Thursday
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Daylight Trip Via Chattanooga and
soon for her home, liutlor A. Martin,
a popular young man of this city, liai i
joined the Eureka Ilrass Hand. Ho
will play a cornet. Mr. Bill Hylo of
Ovoca was in town Sunday and the
Kins were all smiles, but the long
haired kid, the i!reat ball player, was
the cause of those smiles. Mr. Jesse
Lee Duncan always swings in the right
swing in the palm building. Ask
Queen Annie. Miss Florence Hamil
ton has returned from Chattanooga
Mrs. Susie Johnson was able to till
her place in church Sunday.
notice that Mr,. Joo' Kinies is advanc
iiiK to the front again. Watch thi
column next week and you will know
the why. Oscar Shelton was a liv.
wire in the rally Sunday ni.ght. Mrs.
Emma Cannon was a visitor at the
Baptist church Sunday night. She
was accompanied by Mrs. Birdie
Miss .Mamie Khoten was a live wire
at the rally Sunday. She was in com
pany with her mother and sister.
Come again, Miss Hhoten. Did ;ou
notice the interest Mrs. Ada Oakley
took In the rally Sunday night? That
was nice. Mrs. Oakley is always
there in a rally. Did you hear Itev.
Johnson at the A. M. E. Church last
Wednesday night? He is a power and
all who heard him enjoyed his lec
ture. Come again, Rev. Johnson. Mr
Coleman Scott has accepted a posi
tion in Missouri. He left last Thurs
day. Miss Paralee McGhee will spend
next Sunday in Mulberry and Fayette
ville visiting friends and relatives.
She will be accompanied by Mrs. A.
Davidson. iThe fault was in the car
rier last week, which is the reason
you did not get your paper, but the
agent will attend to it hereafter. Mr.
Norman Colston has accepted a po
sition and gone west. Mrs. Josie Can
non has purchased a piano from
Claude B. Street and Company for
her daughter, Jimmie Laine. Read
the Globe like Mrs. Lula Colter and
keep up. Mrs. Hattia Jenkins spent
Sunday with Mrs. Birdie Jenkins and
daughter. Mrs. Bettie Hunt filled her
place in church Sunday. Mrs. Dicie
Jenkins is still sick. Mrs, Media Tay
lor spent the week-end with Mrs.
Ellen Renegar on South Jackson
street. Mrs. Callie Oakley was seen
Sunday making usual visits to the
sick. Mr. Charlie Murphy of Chatta
nooga spent Sunday with his wife.
Mrs. Hasia Murphy. Head the Globe
like Mrs. Ida Hammonds and keep up
with the news. Mrs. Laura Clendenon
Joined the Globe family last week.
Mr. Mitch Carthern of Nashville was
up last Sunday to Bee about his
property. Mr. Peter Bate is prepar
ing to undergo a serious operation
next week. We wish for him a speedy
recovery. Mrs. Emma Colston is
stepping light on the carpet again.
Watch the star in the east, and you
will know the why. Mrs. Bettie Hunt,
Mrs, Callie Brooks and Mr. John llol
man were seen on South Jackson
street Sunday visiting the sick. For
jtlio river, just the distance of one
; and a half sqaurrs east of the church
; I .fust before descending the brink of
the river, Itev. Sister Mitchell caused
a halt, and a short talk was made
by her. On. down we went and into
the beautiful waters of old Cumber
'and. The dear iwoman baptised six
candidates, one woman and five men.
A sight that many present had never
vltnessed before. From start to fin
ish, every moment of the time en
a'rrd in service ,5is well conducted
which reflected much credit upon the
woman Pastor. Officially she is deserv
ng. The rain came down in torrents.
'mt it had no effect upon the anxious ' . , ,
hearers. July If,. 1917, will be a mem.,""" A- M- h- cln,r,'1 at ,"10 J"'-(m
nrl.,1 ,i,,v fr ri,.n tMc ,, ii,. 11:lH last night proved to be quite a
largest crowd ever assembled upon 1
her streets. Itev. H. I. Cordon
Eat Less Meat
And Take Kidneco
If Kidneys Hurt
St Kidc riuh KldnT.
H..I F.rmt Uric Aeii. Which Elt..
Kidn.T and W..k.n Elr
Eating meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble in some form
or other, savs a well-know authority,
because the uric acid in the meat ex
cites the kidneys, they become over
worked, get sluggish; clog up and cause
all sorts of distress, particularly back
aches, acid stomach, constipation,
torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder and
The moment your back hurts or kid
nevs aren't nr. ins right, or if bladder
bniiiers von, get a small box of kidneco
from anv druggist, take one tablet be-
t.i-o e:.c'u meal followed by a glass
J of water for a few days, and your kid
i nevs will then act tine. This famous
treatment is matte from a formula or a
specialist in the treatment of kidney
trouble, and has been used for geera
ti(,:;s to Hush clogged kidneys and stim
ulate them to normal activity; also to
neutralise the acids in the urine So
it no limber irritates, thus ending blad
Kidneco can not injure anyone, and
will bu found a wonderfully effective
remedy for all kidney ills. They are
inexpensive and can be bought by the
dozen at any drug store.
MllS. VIRGINIA SOWARD WILLIAMS
Grand recorder Deeds.
ing in Memphis for quite a number of
years. He returned to Memphis by
win' ot .Naslivillo wnere ne win spemi
oe at Judge jndds river, just one
mile west of city. Public invited.
success. Ouite a neat, sum of money
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Banti7A on nevt diind-iv Tter lister B "CIU 11,0 anernonn Wllh .Mr. L V,. iou-i. -i i . iu- ... .v,
Zmlutm sZX ! Cto and wife. Mr. John nSera ' home "
!t nlivllt irill nrnwk nnnti-zinsr vill "'eill 1 11H 11.1V Oil Union JUllue Wlin."h"- " - . 7
at nit in win proan. liapti.mi, .il ;,....... ..,,... ..-'rood in Del rot. The High h district
W. M. Murphv and wife visited Mr. i school will open on July the 2..rd.
and Mrs. Emit Cortner near Norman-1 r'r"t- - T. Hall will serve as pnnci
dv. Quite a lasgo cmwd ,wcnt from I!'"1 ""t'1 . ember, then He ill
hero to Tullahoma today to witness turn it over to Miss Mo e Scales,
the big rally at Itev. J. P. Whittakers hw assistant teach. ':," lie Jill
. , , . .. take charge of the c ty high school.
'rTRh' L'f ,r,,Pl -,m.?' ,M,8: Uttlo Summon lost a pair of gold eye
' " " . . """ glasses that belonged to Mr. N. M
expected to ue lore some nine. i"rs. , .. . , ,
IV. V. OII11LI1 io niuin try. iiviii"
Mr. James Co.Tey Is taking an ex
tensive trip out Kast. He will be out.
of the city fifteen days. Mrs. Alex.
Coffey during the absence of her hus
Dougiass is the guest of Mrs. James-band.
The community was greatly shock
ed on last Thursday morning to hcai
of the sudden and untimely death of
Mr. John P. Cartwriglit, one of the
most promising young men of our
city who underwent an operation at
one of the hospitals In Nashville.
He attended school at Tuskegeo and
was a graduate of Turner. He was
this week. Mrs. Addio Martin from
Nashville snent the week at bonne
with her mother Mrs. Jane Hodge.
Rev. T. J. Stokes made a trip Ratur
dav to Rucker in his one hundred and !
fifteen dollar rubber tire. It is heliev
ed that the Rev. is looking for tho
"Pearl of great price," if it be so go
on Rev. Mr. Eliis Murphy and wiro
fiipent the afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. John Rogers. Mrs Lue Coffee,
from Richard city was here several
days last week. Mrs. Henry Bnr
dotte has been very sick but is much
glasses please return them to Prof. G.
F. Hall or Mrs. Bessie Carty and be
rewarded. Mrs. Emanuel Houston of
Chattanooga is in Fayeteville, visit
ing relatives, she is tho guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Haves V. Houston. Mr.
Hurley Woods is taking vacation in
Fayetteville. Mr. Jesse Taylor made
a visit to the north which will be ex
plained in our next issue. Don't fail
to get the paper each week of July
KT. N. N. REYNOLDS,
It has been reported that Mr. Joe
Eakins and Mrs. Mattie Rlggs Askins
have been united in the holy bond of
wedlock. We hope this report is
true for both of them are worthy
citizens of Fayetteville. Mrs. Mattie
Huff of Pine Bluff, Ark., will leave
in a few days for her home. Mrs.
Guff was called to Fayetteville a few
weeks ago to the funeral of her sister
Mrs. Mary Hundington. Mrs. Min
erva Brady, one of Fayetteville's old
est citizens is an ardent reader of the
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Saunders enter
tained for Mrs. Bessie Bowser of Mt.
Pleasant, Tenn. Thursday evening,
about thirty guests were present.
Misses Saunders and Boddie presided
at the piano. At a very late hour the
guests were ushered into the beauti
ful and artistically arranged dining
room, where a two course menu was
served. The out of town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Ruse, Indianapolis, Ind.,
Mr. Lever Miller, Des Moines, Iowa,
Mrs. Virginia Tremble, Memphis,
Tenn, Mrs. Bessie Bowser, Mt. Pleas
ant, Tenn. Services were well at
tended Sunday at both churches. The
Missionary Baptists are preparing for
Stephen M. Newman, A M., D. D.,
PiANQS THAT SERVE
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beauty and interior high grade of work. They are
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and terms are right. For further information: with a
complete price list and our terms
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523 Second Avenue, North, NASHVILLE, TENN.
also a member of Rosa lodge No. f9,
K. P. having been Past Chancellor
He was happily married to Miss Lu
cile Patterson in 1913, the day of
his death being the fourth annivers
ary of their marriage. The entire
conmninity is in deepest sympathj
with the family. This was shown by
the many beautiful floral designs, and
the large mumber that attended tht
funeral. The funeral was conducted
from the first Baptist church, of which
the deceased was a miember. Revs
McAdams and Gooch officiated. He
was a devoted sort and husband and
loved .hy all who knew him. The in
terment was at Mt. Ararat cemetery.
Mirs. Cordelia Buchanan is very
dangerously sick. All the absent chil
dren were sent for. All are here ex
cept Cleveland. He is at the training
camp in Iowa, and could not De ex
cused. At this writing, there is a
slight hone for her recovery. Mrs.
Kthel Holman of Tullahoma was here
attending the Cartwrlght funeral.
A large Tiumiber of people attended,
the basket meeting at St. Mark Sun
day. Mrs. Horace Davidson died Sunr
day. Mrs. Emma Tillman is back
from the aumimer school and took
the State examination. Mrs. Mayme
Alinn of Naflhvllle ia spending a
iwMe with her mother. Mrs. Eliza
College of Arts and Scienc- A. 1). and
T.ochen Colleg . A. II. ami II. S. Courses
in Kit ii u 1 n.
School of Manual Artsnnd Applt'd Scianoel
It. H. i;.iuiKrs m I'.iiuinu iinii, numo
Kcunonilcs, Munii I Aria.
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Academy I'wo jirnpuralory Courses: Cla-
Commercial Clle(e Secrotiul:l Course,
Accoiinliuis i our c, Ui-ueral Course.
Library Training Claaa.
School ol Theology -. I'. Courses, Plplo-
111 iv Couru.
.1 Ni.Ji-in.-M D. Courses in Med
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G. W. E.
Globe. Regardless of Mrs. Brady's
age she is hale and active. Mrs.
Vergie Bonner, wife of Mr. Robert
Bonner will leave in a few days for
Meadville, Pa., to join her husband.
she will be accompanied by her two
ThompZ r& r alrtp children. Margaret and Win. Henry.
" cr!;" wiii nrr.Wn 1a lorvn- MB. Maud Donavan of Huntsville
tn Snnrti. Mrs. Willft Brawn Is 'Con
temiplating a trip to Nashville and to
Kentucky. Several of the county
schools opea this week. Mrs. Irene
Baker of Nashville came out to the
funeral of her .nephew. Dr. Stanly
Davis has opened an office near the
souare. One of the grandest features
of to-day was the Annual Rally and
Children's Day program at Pleasant
Grove, seven miles from Shelbyville.
Rev. I. C. Sherren, Pastor, preached
an excellent sermon at 11 o'clock.
His subject -wbb "Children's Day,
and his text was, "Suffer little Chil
dren to Come Unto Me." The Chris
tians. A. M. E.. Presbyterians and
! Missionary Baptists united and had
a grand program and plenty of din
X. ner. Miss Tela Sims, Mr. Charlie Par-
spleindid papers concerning children's
day and preparedness; and they were
well rendered It was very undecid
ed, by the hearers, as to which spoke
the best among the little folks being
Master Thomas Ewing Rice or Mus
ter Shaffner and Wlalter Parker, Lit
tle Ethel Hapwiood, Delphla Tillman,
Stella and Berta Lou Barner, Maggie
Kins, Mattie Britten, Lucy Holbert,
or little Hattie, Lula J. and Milton
Oats, hut all spoke '.well. Mrs. M. A.
Parker and two little sons sang
song that animated all, as it was so
spiritual. Miss Alma Burkeen, the or
ganist was up-to-date and well posted
with the music
mi n i . v i , n . t l , l. ..
WVVVVWWVWWWWWMKHKH MiBBionary Society of Murphy's
spent a few days in our city a few
days ago with parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. White. Little Martha Bright is
In Huntsville visiting relatives this
week.' Brother N. M. Rhanie was
with us this week for the first time
since the first of June. Miss Robbie
Lee Perkins, Messrs. Jack White,
Ernest Johnson, Roy Johnson and
Charlie White returned home from
Blackwood, Va., on the 4th of July.
They reported a pleasant time during
their stay In Blackwood. Mr. Her
bert Dixson who recently left Fay
etteville for Evansvllle, Ind., has ac
cepted a prominent position at that
place. We bid him God's speed. Mr.
Joe Carty Is at South Pittsburg work
ing for the N. C. and St. L. R. R.
company. Mrs. Sallie Badie of Nash
ville is visiting relatives and friends,
she is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Mary Lowe Lay. The Teacher's State
examination was held In Fayette
ville on July the 13th, and continued
until the 14th. Only four took the
examination, they were Miss Martha
A. Hickman, Mrs. M. E. Smith, Miss
Mala King and Miss Katie Hall.
Profs' W. A. Dobbins, J. A. G. Ful
ton, N. Congo, L. L. Hall and H. M.
Heckman, returned from Nashville,
where they have been attending the
A. and I. State Normal Summer
school. They report a profitable trip.
Mr. Walter Clark was In town a few
days ago, he reports that crops are
very promising in his vicinity ex
cepting late cotton which is not look
ing so well at present. We were glad
to have Mr. Tillman Thompson with
us again. Mr. Thompson was reared
In Fayetteville. He has been resid-
IUIR DRrSSINO. MW
DISHrMM MM SIICKV
Jul soilv ' llille llurnlln to iwir hatr and 1
Halo and all uur mum, course, Huliaori, Hil
ar, hjr nidt slialjhl. smouth. silky, alotu
IIIROll .E II MR DRiSSI NO
make tour lulr arm lorw and huiitlni
Hopping djoJrull, and Itchlikl ot ttio sarip and
Idl lnii lulr al unit. Dini'1 im hoi I o. kttlf
Send 25t itimpi orcoln-ofor I bl can of H'R
OtINt. Money luk ll Iterollne detsn't ullly yoi
(KROitNf MlDlilNE CO., Atlanta. Ga.
the Association to be held in Dechard,
Tenn., in August. The A. M. K
Church is preparing for the district
conference to be hold in Mulberry,
the latter part of July. Rev. D. J.
Tate has returned from the Summer
school. Miss Lois Gillispie is spend
ing the summer in Mount Eagle. One
of the boards of St. John A. M. E.
Church gave an entertainment Sat
urday night at Mrs. Cunninghams.
Miss Sallie Darrel left for Chatta
nooga, Saturday. She will be out of
the city several weeks. Mr. Leber
Miller of Des Moines, Iowa is visiting
his parents. Miss Miller returned
Saturday. She has been In Pennsyl
vania two or three months. Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. Miller entertained for Mrs.
Bowser, Monday night. Franklin
County is having plenty of rain and
the outlook Is very promising for
good crops this year. Mrs. Alice
Phillips departed this life Thursday,
night. The funeral was conducted by
Rev. Townsend. Rev. W. H. Boddie
conducted the funeral of little Lucile
Smith, the grand daughter of Mr.
Geo. Coin at Humboldt, Tenn., Fri
day afternoon. A wedding that came
as a surprise to the people of Win
chester took place at the parsonage
of the A. M. E. Church, Sunday night.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Boddie. The contracting parties
were Mr. Joe Cowan of Winchester
and Miss Pauline Buchanan of Cow
an, Tenn. Mrs. Jennie Townsend
was called to the bedside ot her sis
ter, Mrs. Lula Jones of Louisville, Ky.
She left Sunday afternoon. Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Hardin had dinner for the
following persons Sunday: Mr. and
Mrs. Reece, Mrs. and Miss Cunning
ham, Rev. Tate, Mrs. Bowser, Miss
Boddie, Messrs. Buchanan and Mc
Cullough. Miss Flossie Cunningham
spent last week in Sherwood. The
Rosebud Sewing Circle met with Miss
Boddie last week. Mr. Frank Slat
ter spent a few days In Sewanee.
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NAT'L BAPTIST CHUME
R. H. BOTS, D. D.. Secretary,
52S Second lit, N., Nashville, Teu,