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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 27, 1917.
lvT?rrar'"ri ri" rii"' T"",ir" "i'ni,a7
I OUT OF TOWNOTEp
At the residence of Rev. and Mrs.
B. C. Frlerson, 208 Third street, Tues
day, July 24th, a miscellaneous
Bhewer was given lor Miss Queente
D. Frlerson, bride-elect.' Miss Frier
son will soon be marrie.l to Dr. C.
fi. Sneed. Mr. Arthur Dodson, of
Indianapolis, Jnd., is in the city visit
ing his mother, Mrs. Amanda Dodson.
His wife, who bas been here for
several weeks, will accompany him
back home. Mr. William Dodson of
Indianapolis, lnd., is visiting his
mother, Mrs. Malinda Frlerson. Dr.
an.d Mrs. C. O. Hunter are attending
the Grand Lodne session of K. of P,
j in June in our city school, is now re
siding in Indianapolis. He reports
favorably of the northern clime and
the young men of the latter city are
sparing no pains to make it pleasant
for him. 9- Mary Bryson of Madl
sonvllle, wyT, Is visiting here. She
has many friends here who welcome
was troubled because not many weaks
before he had lost his sister and now
"1 am called to the bedside of my
mother where death is expected at
any moment." All present were in
sympathy with this young man and
prayer was offered for him and his
sick mother by Brother Wm. Adieu.
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock Rev. E
E. Russell was introduced to the con
gregation to deliver a missionary ser
mon. His text is found in St. Luke
24. Subject, "The Mission of Wom
en." Evry one was very much
elated over Rev. Russell's sermon.
Shouts of praise were heard from all
parts of the crowded house. The pres
ident was asked to the chair to take
charge of the missionary work as
sisted by Rev. G. R. Norman. Inter
esting papers were read by Mrs. De
moss and Mrs. Ezell of Mt. Pleasant.
At this time the president, Mrs. A. M.
Russell, was called to deliver her an
nual address. All ho heard this ad
run a revival here in the near future.
Further announcement wilt be made
later. Miss Mamie MathU of Hum
boldt came the isth inst., u ,4pend a
tow days with her kindred, Mrs. Hat
Mrs. Maud Woods of Fayettcvillc
Mrs. C. M. Oloster tiheir guest. Miss
Ethel Dickenson, Dr. G. B. MacLin,
the druggist, Mr. John Stador and
Mr. Earl Taliaferro spent Monday
evening hi Humtwldt, Tenn. They ac
comipanied the Fanner's Ohapel Cho
ral Club to witness the exercises.
Those or the lui iwho. went were:
E. Church attended the Sunday School
Convention. They returned home with
nqw thoughts and inspiration and will
endeavor to put into their work at
home, all that was gathered there.
The pastor and Supt, also attended
the Convention. Mr. Arthur Swift
spent Sunday with home folks at
Decaturville, Tenn. The rally at the
Mesdames Maud D. Curtis, Tommie
is visiting relatives and friends of 'Porter. Ollie (Reed) Whitelow, Miss C. M. E. church Sunday was quite
this place. Rev. St. Clair of Pulaski is RuDV Red. Br. W. D. Claiborne, a success. The Baptist choir furnish
minRlinff with old friends last week. Master Robert Lynk, Mr. C. J. Porter, ed excellent music. Mr. Jas. Totitea
Dr. Louis of Brownsville was a pleas-1 The Manager and Miss Blanche has returned to Buffalo, N. Y., On
ant caller here. Mrs. AnMnda Stone j Walker, the directress. They all re-1. Monday afternoon, the Willing Work
is visiting her husband in Louisville,! turned Tuesday morning delighted ens' Club was entertained in the
Ky. Prof. J. B. Jones, Thomas Ktn- over the stay hi Humboldt. Miss Ethel home of Mrs. B. I Clark on the Ury
nedy and Miss Riohardene Davis have V. Dickersion hny returned to her 'St. Quite a number were present and
returned from summer school. Mr.: home in Iiickereon. Miss., after the meetinc was interesting. After
Eat Less Pleat
And Take Kidneco
If Kidneys Hurt
Siva Kl(Jnc Fluahu KIHiy
Farm Urla Aald. Which EielOS
Kidaava and W.ak.na Bladdar
Eating meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble in soma form
R. L. Smith of Murfreesboro .nd Miss uneniiine- mnra than a ,wu t.hn uia-1 hiina a riaintv roura was ! or other, says a well-know authority,
(laudene Lawrence wer.e quietly r.iar- Uant guest of Dr. and Mrs C. M.I served. Mrs. Vera Lee Baxter and
nea tunaay night at the Home of Glowfeir. Miisses Earlina and Alice ' Sister of Chicaeo. 111., arrived Satur-
UTJl til IU lUOll " " -
M. White of Decatur. Ala., who is dress spoke of it in highest praise
here spending the summer with her
grandmother, Mrs. Abble Walker, of
Cemetery avenue, spent Sunday witn
Miss Ida Love of Glade street. A
lovely three couse luncheon was
served which the two ladies enjoyed.
A long ride to the country on the
"ena"son ,ululs- liev- Morris, the attractive daughters of
Miller officiated. Mrs. ( laudic Mai Mr. Mrs. Scott Morris, are in
mU uPT u 'wda?. 'Na' Neville, Tenn, Siting relatives,
ville. Mr. Marion Holt visited hUIM(o T p c, ila
day to be the guests of their auntie
Mrs. Chas. Foster on Melroso Ave. -Vr.
Elijah Thompson is critically ill at
his home on Summer St. Mr. Howard
Mo., is the pleasant guest of her mo-, Mioffett is slowly improving. Dr. Black
ther, Mrs. Ann Munney, .Miss Mabel man of Dresden spent Monday in the
Campbell pike was then taken. Miss' tion or oilicers was had
It was one that will be loiiK remem-i aunt, Mrs. Lottie Mi-Bride, last week.
bered and never forgotten. It broueht Mrs. Lottie McBrlde crossed the sreat
to the hearts and minds of the women i beyon 1 to answer and give account
the responsibilities that were resting- of a well-spent life and to reap the
upon mem ana now iney miKni rosier ruru 01 u iauniui souner o; 'lie," , J . . . . . . : , l, 'i :, ". A ' i- tohit ho.
this ereat cause of missionary work-i cross after a lone and lineerln in. Thursday evening the home of Mr. is glad to welcome hlni home tua n. , from an d-uggist. take one tablet be-
nirprtw ripr ihi n,i,iroU .ho oW.I ness. She lpavei. n hnf nf fripnrtu and Mrs. Dock Taylor -was tihe scene, Prof. Wade made good 'i
because the uric acid in the meat ex
cites the kidneys, they become over
worked, get sluggUh, clog up and cause
all sorts of distress, particularly back
aches, acid stomach, constipation,
torpid liver, sleeplessness, bladder and
The moment vour back hurts or kid
neys aren't acting right, or if bladder
I Brooks of St. l.nuis. Mo. aocomnanled nit v. Prof. Gentry Wfide returned
Ix.i-- . r. II. . r, 1 . .. rp 1,1 fV.ln TM.rt nttlt. I 1. .. L.-.. ...... n a onto 11 tlV tit ViftnACO
in Nashville. Prof. T. A. Frlerson of Bertha Williams of Nashville spent
Nashville stopped over here en route
to Decatur, Ala. Mrs. Maggie Duvall
villi open her school at Culleoka the
first Monday in August. Miss Eddie
Johnson and little sister, Mary, are
in Spring Hill the guest of Mrs. Mar
tha Byers. Miss Camille Flemings
has gone to Detroit, Mich., to visit
her mother, Mrs. Hattie Moor. Miss
Beatrice Gordon left last week for
Chicago. While there Bhe will be the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ophelia Zill
ner. She will return in time for the
opening of the city schools. Rev.
-Johnson of Decatur, Ala., is here con
ducting a union meeting at Mt. Leba
non Church. Mrs. Louise Buford has
gone to Chicago for a visit of several
weeks. WTiile there she will be the
guet or Mr. and Mrs. Pirtrum Gord
don. She was accompanied by her
son. Master Birtrum Buford Mr.
Arthur Lee Porter, one of the stu
dents who finished grammar school
Sunday in our city visiting relatives.
Dr. W. H. Young, pastor of Bethel A.
M. E. Church, preached to a large
and appreciative congregation morn
ing and night. Dr. Young was at his
best and pleased his hearers. Mrs.
L. James Johnson of Shelbyville is
visiting friends here.
The, District Missionary Society
held its annual session at Orr's Chap
el Friday, July 20, with Mrs. A. M.
Russell, as president. Mrs. Russell
had asked that the entire society and
visitors to meet Friday morning for
sunrise prayer meeting. An interesting
service was witnessed by all present,
but Just before the session closed
Mr. Osborn of Columbia Circuit asked
the DreBldent to excuse him. He had
to leave on the early train for C61um
hia. Mr. Osborn stated that his heart
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6Ulted as tollows: President, .Mrs. A.
M. Russell, Willimnspor'.. Tenn.; first
vice president, Mrs. Beulah Chavers,
Sandy Hook, Tenn.; second vice pres
ident, Mas Marie Frlerson, Columbia,
Tenn.; third vice president, Ella H.'
Watkins, Canaan; fourth vice presi
dent, Mary E. Johnson, Haywood;
secretary, M. E. Greenfield, Williams
port; assistant secretary, Mfc. Rober
ta Williams, Godwin, Tenn.; treasur
er, Mrs. A. M. Kitrell, Mt. Pleasant,
Tenn.; recording secretary. Miss Ju
lia Weatherspoon, New Hope; corre
sponding secretary, Mrs. Larissa
King, Sandy Hook; district superin
tendent, Mrs. Everlene Johnson, Na
pier, Tenn. A penny collection of
$1.16 was lifted and left in the mis
slonary treasury of Sandy Hook, after
which Kev. Norman requested that a
quotation from the Bible be recited
by each one present.
Prayer, Rev. B. C. FrlerBon; song,
"You Better Mind," Rev. R. B. Flow
ers; Dr. I. J. Edwards presented Rev.
W. L. Ledford to deliver a mission
ary sermon. Rev. Ledford led "Sol
diers of Christ, arise." Text found in
Matt. 25, latter part of the 8th vers.
"Our lamps are gone out." He made
an earnest plea to those out of Christ
and extended an Invitation after his
wonderful discourse. Dr. I. J. Ed
wards lined hymn, "And must I be
to judgment brought?" A penny col
lection of 50 cents was lifted for
Sandy Hook treasury. Too much can
not be said about the interest mani
fested in the missionary work by the
earnest, energetic ladies of Sandy
which re-l anion-,- both colored and white peo-iof IW"'h merriment when a prettily but he finally caught that
fore each nal followed by a glass
of water for a few days, and your kid-
ple of the cltv and country to mourn ' nrransed partv was given bv the Pink instinct and he sent a message pre-; neys will then act tine, lhis tamoua
their lost. She will be missed mostly i Hose Ciro'e of which Miss Fannie i ceding him saying that he ws . treatment is made from a formula of a
home bound. Mr. Hilgn .uan.ui specialist in me ireuuiieiu vi muucj
lpftviw Sjut.iirdav nlrfvt for Cincinnati, trouble, and has been used for geera-
Ohio. Messrs. Chapel and II. C. Davis lions to flush clogged kidneys and stim-
by her faithful husband, Peter Mc
Brlde, and granddaughter, Claudene
L. Smith. She lived to the age ol
5fi. Mr. Arnette Hurt and Miss
Claudie Mai Davis were quietly mar
ried Monday night at her home on
Verona avenue. Mr. P. H. Black and
John Lawrence of Nashville were
called here to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Lottie McBrlde, also Rev. Smith
of Lynchburg. Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Smith are visiting relatives in Bed
More and Bet
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Free Reclining Chair Car and
Coach between Nashville and St. Louis.
Daylight Trip Via Chattanooga and
The stork has recently brought
Messrs. Wm. Stinson and "Gas" Ball
each a fine bouncing girl. ' Stinsou
now has eight boys and four girls,
while Ball has one only. Mr. Jim Hall
sustained some injuries in a runaway
some days ago. He is about and get
ting on nicely now. Children's Day
,at the C. M. B. Church Sunday was a
success Protracted meeting starts
there the third Sunday in Aunust.
Picnic there the first Saturday in
August. Concert' managed by Prof.
Dobbs was to go to Sharon Saturday
August 4, but is now postponed inde
finitely. Dr. Givens, the dentist, was
here as usual last Sunday. Mr. Ike
Donald of Medina spent a few days
here last week visiting his sister, Mrs.
Cora Lee Clark. Crops around here
are now looking fine. When you
wapt a .good Negro paper, see nnl
write Prof. M. A. DobbH, Greenfield,'
Tenn., and he will be very glad to
give you information and take your
subscription. Rev. A. I) Merriweath
er of the C. M. K. Church spent some
days last week here. Mesdames Bii
die Williams and Bessie Dobbs sport
a few days in Medina recently. Mr.
"Brud" Tansal o Sharon was a social
visitor here Saturday, the 21st. Tlw
three Vann brothers are expecting to
The war draft Is the chief excite
ment. Mr. Burrell Tillman is among
those selected. We will wager our
last nickel that Burrell will find a
physical disability. Rev. J. H. Hills
man has Just returned from a very
successful trip on the Cumberland
Mountains. He brought, back some
geological specimens for the public
school. He visits public schools wher
ever he goes, and is al vays full of
good advice for the boys and girls.
The public school building has been
repainted and presents a very attrac
tive appearance. President L. J. John
son has been delivering some very-
able sermons in these parts. He is
impressing people as a man of parts.
His good wife is said to be very agree
able, and will prove a valuable helper.
Mrs. Cordelia Buchanan is now out
of danger. The children will all leave
this week. The Bedford County fair
bills will be out this wpek. " The
date Is August. 24 and 25. Dr. Arthur
Rainey is here for a few weeks' rest.
He has recently passed the state
board of Missouri with n view to lo
cating in tint state. Miss Eunice
Campbell, who attended the Normal,
passed through on her way home and
to Lynchburgh, where she will teach.
Miss Campbell made an enviable rec-l
oiu at inis famous insiuution. i lie has
ejreHKHMiH oi sympainy 10 rne two y
Taylor is the -charming President
Music, cards and dancing were the
features of amusement of the even
ing. At a late hour the Club served i
slar, pickles, and cream and
cake. About 40, including the Club
members, enjoyed the hospitality of
the Club. The home of Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor was brilliantly lighted for the
oo.r.afllon. Miss Georgie Taylor is out
after a rocent illness. Dr. and Mrs.
C. M. Gloster entertained on last
Tuesday evening in their home on
corner Tyiis and Cherry Streets, spe
eally complimenting their guest, Miss
Ethel V. IMckcrson, of Dickcrson,
Miss. Mrs. Gloster, who welcomed
her guest most cordially was attract
ively gowned for the evening in cham
pagne taffeta and georgette crepe and
lKiots to match. The honoree was
beautifully gowno dn iblue chiffon
iwlith white boots. The rooms thrown
open for the occasion were very
simply decorated in blossoming plants
At miidnirht ft delicious Ice course was
served. in the dinin-j room. 'Music,
card playing and dancing were in
dulge1 until a late hour. Those who
enjoyed the hospitality of Dr. and
Mrs. Gloster were Mr. and Mrs. C.
J. Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Hayes,
Mr. Earle Taliaferro and Miss Blanche
Walker, Mr. Henry Hlicks and Mrs.
Ada S. Boiwls, Misses Blanche Walker,
Ruby Reed, Xenle Anderson, Alice
Mawney, Dr. G. B. Mcliin, Mesdames
Maude D. Curtis. Virgie Miae Taylor,
M'attie Cnirrie and her little daughter,
Bortjlia Hnrmmi. .Mm IHlfe iV.h It e
low. Uessrs John Stader, Chas. If
wRfTii. Haywood Herbert. .T. .
have recently onened a first class
Cafe on Main St. We feed the hungry
and will appreciate your patronage.
Miss AViilla Murphy has returneu to
her home in Dyersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Beard delight
fully entertained with an elaborate
dinner Sundi. July 15th, in honor of
Mrs. Carrie Vaughn ol free mil. in
the afternoon from 4 to fi o'clock, Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Beard, also Mrs. Car
rie raughn were the pleasant guests
of Mr. and Mrs. George Cleaves. This
was Indeed enjoyable. Ice cream and
cake were Berved on the balcony. Mr.
Henry Douglass and Miss V. Ander
son were at Pilot Knob Sunday to
the basket rally. They report a nice
lime. We thank the Lord for such a
nice rain on our crops. Everything
is looking fresh and fine.
ulate them to normal activity; also to
neutralize the acids in the urine so
it no longer irritates, thus ending blad
Kidneco can not injure anyone, and
will be found a wonderfully effectlva
remedy for all kidney ills. They are
inexpensive and can be bought by the
dozen at any drug store.
STRAIGHT HAIR, "ffi
The Missionary Baptist Church of
this place gave a grand rally Sunday.
The pastor. Rev. M. I'.rady, preached
at 11 o'clock and at 3 o'clock service
Rev. Mr. Alexander preached and his
choir from St. John rendered music
for the day. The Sons of Ham No. 1
will have their annual sermon preach
ed Sunday, July 2'J, at 2 o'clock at the
Leigh, Alex Hill, and Dr. W. D. Clai
borne. Miss N. B. Whitelow has re
turned bwne after spending several
weeks in Xaftliville, attending the A.
and 1. Fitate Normal. Miss K. M. Rood
returned homo from Hampton,
Kenning has for the first time In its
history a colored physician, in the
person of Dr. K. K. Kirk, of the class
of 11117 of Meharry Medical College,
who suci-essfullv passed the State
Board with a high average. Dr. Kirk
is a Nashville raised boy and the son
Mrs. ( artwrights hv many of the lead- ni. t v Vv.h cnont Tuesdav in
ing whitf-3 of the town, male and fe-1 Men)nhis Tenn Mr Msie D. Owen
male, anent the death of Mr. .1. I ..j ' xxnlv ill' at this writing. Mr.
Cartwrigh , show clearly that worth. w1 , 0Mt after a rwpnt
is appreciated. La-lies nntl centlo- , Q , , g , morninR, Rev.
men calle-l in person to pay their re- V ' " . , , , ,i(,liveving
spects. Mrs. Willie Bell, who has A- J ar ttns at 1 bt-m ('',,;
been sick, is Improving. Mr. Andrew "' JllT'-V I m ,t
J. Gill and Miss Hattie Lee Campbell lfi, t ' ll,,y' RfVF. i T t
were mar ied last week. Another m"tnr- Mrs. Annie W omble has re
marriage is scheduled for this week. I t!,"ied af,pr a Peasant stay in New
The Da-is lady baud made a fnvora-l 1,e:-n- Tpnn- m ll0r Slster , Mrs;
ble impression. The K. P. excursion I W? Walker, Dr. R. Redmond and
from Nashville brought a big crowd. I Ms attractive little daughter. Minnie
Mr. George Ryall is convalescing. I Wo. niotoredi 3d Brownsville last
wthere she attended the normal. I of Rev. H. A. Kirk, one of the leading
Mrs. Mattie Evans, who has been so
journing in Ohio, is again with us
Mrs. Ella Robinson, with her two
children, of Chattnnooga, is here on
a visit to Mrs. Maggie Hamilton, af
ter an absence of twenty-seven years
Brother William Stone came out on
an excursion. Information has reach
ed here that work is to. begin soon
on the building of the new school,
which is to be built on the Mc Adams
ministers of the ('. M. K. Church, who
now reside .In Humboldt. Dr. Kirk
is a great church man, having been
superintendent of Capers Chapel Sun
day School of Nashville for quite a
while. He is a stirring young man
and we are proud of him and predict
for him a great future. Honning is
no long r in a class to itself, but is in
line with all other progressive towns.
cundtv was a gloomy dny hero Not
withstanding, some of tlio faithful
members made their way to the
church. Ill-other Allen Holhert . of
Wart race was a visitor to our church
HAIR DRFSSIKG. WW
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Jint il'Ply a llttln Htraltn to yew batr mi
tutt ui all your iur. aunt, stubborn, Mil
ky, hair malt ilraifht, moot, illki, (lan
H?R0UE HAIR DRESSI NO
mtkn your tdlr grow long anil krautlM
ttowlna aVxiMI, ami Itenlng of Itie ut and
tal.HD ha at mica. DtM'tuu bottom. Aimiy
Sand 25oUmM ortoln-tt'or blfl uo at MR
(lint. Muiwy bdclv It tirrcttlne dresn't satlly )ot
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AGENTS WANTfD .
Sunday. He, also took dinner with
Brother Win. M. . Mrs. Ida Mc
tiowan of Cleaton, Ky., is visiting her
daughter and many friends here. She
will leave Monday for her home in
Cleaton. Mr. John Hoard sold a co.v
the other day for $!)0. Mrs. Ida Mc
Gowati is the pleasant guest of Mrs.
L. V. Rogers today. Mrs. Jane Hodge
is visiting in Murfreesboro this week
Kev. O. H. Halliburton will preach for
Presiding Flder A'ann, held the ,1rd
Ouai-terlv Conference at Brown's
Chapel A. M. E. Church Sunday, July I
22nd. Two able sermons were preach
ed and the large crowd who attend
ed both services were well paid for
their having done so. The Con-
The manager will he here lirfnnpa Hnap,.i nut Msimlnv niuht with
?j.feWT days to ,av rt ,ho ranln"-! exoci'leint. reports from all de-part-MIss
Lora Myers is at home after mpn;fs of tlie ci,urcrl. The Children's
spending a year at the Normal and pav Program rendered at Mt. 7Mm
tne hummer school. Bids are now n r v r,h,,.h snn.inv nt,.iit .wins
; quite interesting and Impressive. That
nlnv for the rtedforl rountv fnlr
Mrs. Lntonia (Scales) McDowell who
PIANOS THAT SERVE
0ST people are interested in the exterior of an in
strument. Our pianoa embody botn the exterior
beauty and interior high grade of work. They are
voiced to suit the church as well as the home. Prices
and terms are right. For further information! with a
complete price list and our terms
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here, and It is rumored tha v" Prin- in 1,s pl,rp08e ,0 ' B"
cipal of the public school is trving t0, W'at "0,-v C ty w'Tf pa,f8 J f "?
fees SVlP la a-nl uJar lur 'weciura ui ctiui. ...u. ..
vn here and would t " the fl wooers
iu secure ner sen-
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doubtless be a valuable addition to wno labore(1 t,ay after day to n,ake
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AV. P. Danerneld. pastor A. M.
Mrs. Grace Fleming . of Memphis,
Tenn., .has returned home after spend
ing a few days most ipleasantly with
relatives and friends in Brownsville.
Rev. J. W. Watts, Pastor of Cain
Baptist Ohurch, Covingtotni, Tenn, was
the .pleasant guest of liev. and Mrs.
Miorgvm Hblloiniay a few days last
w-eek. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Holoway,
of Covington, Temn., spent Sunday
.wttli fchei'r parental Rev, and Mrs.
tnt.n. 1T..1 mi ..... .
.uuman noioway. i'ney jeit tneir little
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titie guesit of Rev. and -Mts. M. Holo-
l . .
jri jMiii lyiuwiii sipent. last ween.
J j In Stianton the pleasant guest of Mrs.
;Sarm!i Douglass. .Mrs. Flora Davis is
I sick this week. Farmer's Oha.pel
X j -C'iiiral Club In concert, for benefit of
Red Crosa Society gave a lovely
i drama in two arts, entitled, "The For
I 'srultmi liride," played by Mr. and Mrs.
t if. J. Porter a.nd Mrs. OIHe (Reed
AVl.e!ow. Mrs. Maud D. Curtis the
1 contralto vocalist of AVlest Tenn., was
t i at hor best in reading and singing in
j connciction wdth other splendid tal
tent of itihe city, viz: Mrs. Mattie Cur
1 jrie, Mis Rwby Reed, Dr. AV. D. Clai
borne, Mr. Haywood Harlert, Master
Robert Lynk, Mttle Miisises Bertha
X Harmmm, Beatrice Taylor, Alice Mor
. ris, Gladys Lynk, Nan Hesse and
V Evelyn VVomble. Mr. C. J. Porter,
4!one of Brownsville's, prominent in
J surpnee asenta. who Is also the Supt.
1 cf Farmer's Ohapel S. S. and Cho
Vr'ster of the ohoir, was tlhe General
I Manager, Mi.w Blanche Walker, tie
i Directress, is a plfited musician. This
! drama wps lent Wednesday evemilng
X at Farmer's Ohapel. They ihad a fuil
Jmsunu hii icu won lueasea wim une
I .. . t .. i i n . .
djibi list's. jn laist ounnay evening
bawftiri'nm at 8 o'ctock. The .Children's
Day Exercisiea were at iFarmer's Chap
el, The frojram was rendered each
number shawilng the children hod
been well trained. This exercise was
under ithe direction of MiIbs Blalnich
Walker, the pianist of Farmer'B
Chapel Choir who deserves much
praise for the e-plendld .program.
I' armiera caiapei Choral Club gave
bf.i!fu! Cantata "The Gates Ajar"
,-vas well rendered and did not fail
For Your Old
church, Arlington, Tenln. and a for
mer pastor of Browns Chapel, is a
pleasant visitor in our city. On Sun
day mornin? at eleven o'clock he
preached a nowerful and soul stirring
eernion at Brown's Chapel. His ninny
friends are glad to .welcome him.
AA'hile here he 1s the wuest of his
daughter Mrs. James Tortten. Mrs.
Sleeta Clark spent a week very plea
santly in our city as the guest of
Mrs. B. Ij. Clnift on Ury St. Returning -home
to Milan. Mrs. Clark was ac-;
ied hv Mrs. Eva Clark who .
son Herbert to spend a while ,with his will mend son-e time there with her
grard iparents. Miles Rosa Garland, ) grandmother. Mrs. Hannah Chambers !
Mrs. Gimie Garland and Mrs. Mary is convn'esring. Miss Annie McMakiti ,
i laig o,r covtngton spent the week-end left AVednesdtiy for St. Paul. Minn.;
Miss Ernestine We'ls left Sunday tor ;
Corinth, Miss. These young ladies
are prrTni!nent I'n the gocttal (lircle j
of our city snd will be greatly missed, i
Misa Wells attends the Suinnner Sot-'
mal in Mississippi and will probably ,
remain there ail the fall. Miss Mc
Makin's sitay is indefinite. Mesdames ,
Cora Lee I airy and I.ee Branham
siient two weeks very pleasantly in ;
Popular Bluff, Mo., where they visited
relatives. They returned home Sun
day afternoon. Little Miss Arjetra !
Branham who had been In Pojiular
BUiff Br sevarad imemiths irfi'uifrd :
home iwith Tier mother. Mr. L. Vernon !
Gilbert of Murray, Ky, was a business
visitor in our city Thursday. Mrs.
Morgan; Wells spent several days ot 1
last week in Brownsville vlstotns ;
relatives. Mrs. Julia A"Wghit of AA'bod-!
land Mills spent Wednesday in the
p'ty, having seme dental .work (tone
by Dr. S. C. Culimlngham. Mrs. Carrie
Priest, Mrs. Rhodes and Miss Idle-!
wer'a Clay of .Hickman Sundayed in 1
the city as the guest of Mirs. B. L. J
Clark. Mr Bud Fowlkes and Mrs. Sal
He SIsco of Rives .were visitors in the
city Monday. Dr. E. D. AValiker Ift j
'Monday uicfit for Nas.hville to attend
the K. of P. Grand Lodge. Mr. Willi i
Owena waa called to his home in ;
EagHesvllle, Tenn to be at the bed
sdde of his mother. The sod intelli
gence 'has also reached here of the
death, of his another. Mr. Owens has
our sympathy in this, his hour ot
bereavement. Mlisa Loretta Reiser la
seriously ill at the home of her aun
tie .Mrs. Sarah Dodson. Misses Carrie
the beautiful drama, "The Forsaiken. Eury anl Luzelle Lipscomb have re-
Bride," on Monday evening of tibia turned from Fufltpm, where they, as!
weeit in wumDaiat, Tenn. Dr. ana delegate ol Browne cuapei, A. m.
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