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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 3. 1917.
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trapp. Mr. Hale likes to come to Pitts
burg anyway, some how. Mr. Willie
Tate, wife and little son, James went
to Indiana, where they will make
their future home. Mr. Ed Alexander
of South Georgia, Is visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. Minnie Fletcher. Mrs. Ida
Marberry Is still very sick. Mr. An
derson Buchanan, has returned from
Shelbyville, where he has been at the
bedside of his mother who has been
Tery sick. Mrs. J. D. Martin and little
son and daughter. Julian V. I'la have
returned from cities east. Mrs. Mar
tin's health Is much improved.
Mr, Fbb McLean, a prosperous far
mer of the Bethlehem neighborhood,
has purchased a new auto. Several of
the residents of this section are doing
their bit and are solving the race prob
lem. The country schools are all in
session, and the teachers report good
attendance.. Mrs. Maggie Hamilton
after a lingering Illness of many
months. He was 25 years old. He had
been a Christian for a number of
years He was called ' from labor to
reward in the prime of life. He was
kind in disposition and loving in
manner, those who knew him only
knew him to love him. He bore his ill
ness with much patience, as a son he
was abedient and loving as a husband
he was indulgent, kind and most affec
tionate. Iiis life beamed with sun
shine.. The funeral services were con
ducted ut the First Baptist Church,
Tuesday afternoon of this week, by
Uev. A. A. Parr, his devoted pastor,
whose text for the occasion was "Let
not your heart be troubled." In his
discourse he pictured out. many beau
tiful features in the life of the deceas
ed, he tloriul designs of the many
blossoming plants were very beautiful.
Mr. Homer H. Hudson the undertaker
of Dyersburg, being in the city, as
sisted. A. A. Hud. The interment
took place at the Pythian Cemetery.
bis sou in his stead, Rev. J. L. Hard- see Mrs. Lee McDonald and two daugh
ing, president of the state couveu-l ters. Blanche and Willie McDonald,
tion and also pastor of Third Avenue Misses Leana McLain, Mosella and
Baptist Churcn, played his part in a ! Oshie Kirk called to see Mrs. Mollie
most wonderful way. Hev. J- II. j Harvell last week. Misses Blanche
Slaughter preached an introductory Chappell. Willie Matt McDonald,
nermmi. He took for a text lsa. 9:10 j Monetta Harvell and others had great
"The bricks arc falling down but we success picking huckle berries. They
will build with hewn stones." The all )icUed fifteen gallons, and are
Reverend preached a strong sermon. I panning to go again. We were de
Kev. Alex Meiritt concluded with an ; liKh,ed to have the Rev. J. B. Booth
other good sermon. At i p. m Rev.:,,, ,,,,, isth ,,, ,hij ., h
b. m. wrigni preaineu oiu uu:i8tayinK umil tne 19lh allJ preacheJ ai nn-iy -f this month were postponed1 Killian is with us. the guest ot uev
give his 19th" annual picnic at Jeff! and Mrs. Alex Beck, Mrs. Clark, Dr.gfl LlCSS Meat
liearrers ram. l nis event is iooKe.i;ana .Mrs. .nues, .-ur. urpu -'s-,
for each year with pleasing anticipa-' ham. Miss Woods of South Nashville,'
tion. j is the guest of Miss Doy List of West
: Dickson. We are pleased to have Rev. i
RTTTTS Hurd with us as Pastor of St. James
Rain: We are having it now. Look "
And Take Kidneco
If Kidneys Hurt
out. farmers: Mrs. Lizzie Kdney ofjV.mke his term a success Kev A.
Wortham neighborhood west of town1 Lewis is now Presiding Klder of Dick-
spent Sunday in the homo of Mr. and son District. .Miss uoroiny
.Mrs. Os.sia Taylor. The exercises Nashville is here visiting Miss Lillian
iiv, i un m i.c r.mlprpi on tho thinl "Dunn of Charlotte Ave. Miss lannie
S.yi Kidntc Flush Ktdmr".
text, "I saw the dead small and great
interesting sermon, taking fori until Thursday night at Kairvtew cJand Mrs. Lewis of Charlotte Ave . she
H..I r.rmt Urte AciJ. Which Eeit
Kid"Y " W.kn Bldd.r
stand before God,' Rev. 20:1-. We ; hi ,,., ..,.ji" ,i i. . i.- i i,,irc li ' The -hurrh was fUlivl (u d,,imr nicclv at this writing. Mr.
will say that Key. Wright was at hid , (,s ,.,,' to us oftener than he to' its in most 'capacity. The program ! Mack Vassar' of Clarksdale. Ark.v KatislB meat
f1, . ?;,. , u" y xv T . l been. But we are al.-o glad to! was rendered with marked eloquence ; stopped over at Dickson to visit om durM kidnev
i,,,;,' mVmoriai service. lie ! n'lve the Rev. Green lo stay with us A.r. J . U o Maury ny rem,., friends where he was guest o. r. xveU.
,..r"o'ij .,,, .h" o.h .,, ,,,ini preach up until Tuov uv night. ' K"-'-i j .aiies. ,
preached from the !Mh chapter ol ' . , I Su,,,( Snn.lav. Dr. A. C. .lenrette because the uric acid
Acts. text. "What will you have me " ' . " "l r.-adea Ihimstrb to Memphis Thurs-I 1 cites the kidneys,
to do?" Brother S. C. I'layimrne con- ""'"""ft- , . .1(.,.lim.,n,,fi Hev. O it. ! THE LABORER. ; .v.rLci net sluireish. cl
Is very sick at this writing. Miss Murv Pall Bearers, Messrs. Lewis Tally
Temple has gone to Mont Kagle for Will Holoway, Bradford. Joe Murphy,
the Summer. Tim mihlio cr.h,...l n.lll ! Wlln V Ui la enrvivori hv his wife.
ope the last Monday in August. I Mrs. Anna ( Bond) Owen, his parents, j attended the District Conference
luded. Rev. 11. M. Bums, pastor ot
Tabernacle Baptist Church, and choir
were with us and did well. We car,
say, Go on, Rev. Burns. Dinner was
served on the grounds.
collodion of $:tfi.l:i was realized. Rev
W. B. Crenshaw, pastor of Brooks
Chapel, and many ol' his members
''!! 1'Oiiie. where ho has been In; ... ls ial,orer'e
the Jane Terrill Baptist Hospital for Ho" "' ant ls lne la",ml
The drafted men are still on the anx-iMr. and Mrs. Thos. Owen, two sisters,
ious seat. One v us heard to say that j Mrs. Minnie Weatherspoon and Mrs.
he isn't angry with anybody, and that I Pearle ogers, one brother, Mr. Knr-
iiu never couiu ngni unless lie was mad. ne-,t uwen and a nost oi relatives, i ne
. Cheer up boys. Its a big thing to be many friends extend their sympathy
j .jable to c
cross the ocean at Uncle Sam's
Think of the many sights
-'1 BPft onrl iha manv nrrttnt
I w Hu i't"j wi'i'ui iuiir
.,rtalize your name. Sail
iet the world again see
Jr.'"'- I (iro Is a man. Who knows
,-.'ivar may bring to the Ne-
to the bereaved wife, and parents in
this such a sad hour. Mrs. Kitty
(Gause) Newbern of Memphis, was
called to Brownsville to attend the
funeral of Mr. Alcie D. Owen. Mr.
Homer II. Hudson is the pleasant guest
of Mr. and Mrs. John Bond of Depot
gro. 'Miss Bessie Hampton of War-1 St. Mrs. Ann Manney", who has been
trace, and Miss Annie Mae Mason of j indisposed for several weeks is much
Nashville were entertained at the beau-i improved. Mr. Flora Davis is out
tiful residence of Mr. and Mrs. An-1 after recent illness.. Mrs. J. H. Cole
drew Couch with a beautifully planned j man has returned home after spending
two o'clock dinner. The dining room two weeks most pleasantly in Mem
was decorated for the occasion with phis', Tenn., the plesant guest of Mr.
tit flowers. Besides the guests were
Mr. Wm. H. Arnold, Miss Annie Massey
and Mr. Clarence Arnold. The pleas-
and Mrs. Dave Transum. Mrs. Florence
Cooper, of Memphis, spent the week
end the guest ot Rev. and Mrs. A. A
ures of the day were concluded with Parr. Miss Beatrice Lee of Memphis
a drive. Miss Hampton left for her has returned home after a pleasant
home Monday. Miss Mason left fori stay with Mr. and Mrs. Will Grigley.
Winchester Tuesday, from which place
sne win return to Nashville,
Mr. Alsie D. Owen, departed this
lite, Monday morning, July 29, 1917,
Rl TIME TABLES.
which convened at Nolonsviile. Tho
report a glorious time and session
N.t G. & ST. L. RY.
(April J5, 1917.)
' West and Northwest,
Paducah, St. Louis,
connects for Cen- Leaves Arrive?
trevllle 7:05 am 8:50 pm
Hickman, Paducah :00 pm 1:40 pm
Wavnrly Acco., con
nects Centreville.5:30 pm 7:40 am
"Dixie Flyer" to St.
-Louis ... 8 15 pm 7:55 a'Ti
Memphis & Hickman 1:50 am 3:01 am
SOUTH AND KAST.
Chatt. and Atlanta. 3:11 am 1 4C am
Chatt., Atlanta, Jack
for all branch pts. 8:30 am G:54 pm
"Dixie Flyer" Chat.
Atlanta and Jack
sonville 11:52 am 4:45 pm
Chatt. and East, con.
City S. Pitts 3 30 pm 11:15 am
Tu.,alioma acco. con.
for Shtlbyville. . .6:C0 pm 8:15 am
Wash., Phlla., New
k York 9:15 pm 6:35 am
U LEBANON TRAINS.
ijeoanon ivuxea -:uu am
Xebanon Express ..'ShOO am 2:00 pm
Lebanon Accom. ...S:20 pm 5:40 vm
liebanon Accom. ...4:30 pm 7:45 am
Daily except Sunday. , Other trains
1 City Ticket Office, corner Church
t stret and Fourth avenue.
r Phones Main 422 and Main 423.
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
1 LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
(Effective 11:59 p. m. May 6, 1917.)
Louis. & Cincinnati. S:10 am 2:44 am
Louis. & Cincinnati. 8:05 am 8:35 pm
Louis. & Cincinnati. 8:30 pm 7:69 am
Louisvilla Accom. a12:05 pm 3:20 pm
aavanu. v.iiiuagu. . - :uu pm t:4 am
Evans. & Chicago. . .3:20 am 2:30 am
Evans. & Chicago. .. 4:53 pm 11:40 am
Kvans. & St. Louis.. 7:43 am 8:25 pm
Evans. & St. Louis.. 3:20 am 2:30 am
, Evans. & St. Louis.. 8:00 pm 7:4!) am
Birm. & N. Orleans. 2:57 am 2:55 am
if w?A?IiSSf '15:52 am pml which had been set apart
fJaah. & Dec. accom.3:50 pm 10:10 am
Hopkinsville Acco. a6:00 pm 9:55 am
Colu'bia & Mt. PUas.3:50 pm 10:10 am
Columbia & Tuscum.'7:45 am 6:50 pm
Nash. & Clarks, Acca !4:10 pm 8:20 am
Dixte Limited discontinued.
Mrs. Kittie Ganse Newberry, of Mem
phis is the pleasant guest of Miss Alice
Manney. The Improvement hociety ot
which Mr. J. W. Veigh is the able
President is doing a most excellent
work. Rev. Morgan Holoway delivered
a splendid sermon on last Sunday
evening at the First Baptist Church of
which Rev. A. Parr is tho able pastor.
Rev. Holoway's Bubject was "Personal
Responsibility." His discourse was
spiritual and full of Christian advice.
Mrs. J. R. Gloster of Memphis is the
pleasant guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. M.
Gloster. Her little sou Hugh Morris
accompained his mother. Miss Ruby
Charter of Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., Misse3
Bessie and Lucy Taylor of Keeling,
Tenn., Miss ,enobia McSin of Birming
ham, Ala., spent Tuesday of this week
the pleasant guest of Dr. G. B. McLain.
Miss Zenobia McLain o Ala is a sis
ter to Dr. A. B. McLain, our druggist..
Mr. I. J. Joseph, a special Lincoln
Reserve Insurance agent is spending
the week in our city. The Progres
sive Club composed of the mail mem
bership of the Baptist Church meets
each monday evening. Mr. Hiram
Rutherford. Mr. Geo Bond, Mrs. Aman
da Parker, Mrs. Glory McFarland and
daughter, Miss Nellie McYarland, Rev.
and Mrs. Boyd, spent last weeK in
Nashville, Tenn., attending the Holy
Convention. Rev. A. A. Parr, one of
the best pulpit orators of W. Tenn.,
is Moderator of the West Tennessee
Association, which begins, Aug the 14
in the beautiful city ot Humboldt.
Farmers Chapel is taking on new life
I nthe various departments under the
leadership of its excellent pastor, Rev.
S. P. Morrow. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Por
ter, Mrs. Beaulah (Womble) Turner,
Rev. S. P. Morrow, Mrs. Ollie Reed
Whitelow, spent the greter portion of
last week in the Taylors Chapel neigh
borhood attending the Disghfl. .'450c
borhood attending the District Asso
ciation. The progressing club will give
a Lawn Feie on the beautiful farm
of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Gloster, Wel-
fnesday evening of this week. Mrs.
Jas. Motley, Mrs. Man Taylor, miss
Geoorgia aylor and Mr. Richard Long
ley are on the sick list this week.
We hope ech a speedy recovery.
The rally at Pilgrim's Rest Bap
tist Church Sunday was a decided
success. On this occasion, Rev. W. A.
Smith pastor Brown's Chapel was the
speaker. Mrs. Nannie Gardner left
several days ago for an indefinite stay
in Toledo, Ohio, she was accompained
by Mrs. Dalton Love. Miss Teneeta
Davenport left Tuesday for an extend
ed visit to Atichson Kansas. Mr. and
Mrs. John Hale spent several hurs
in our city Saturday en route from
Nashville to their home in Dyersburg.
While here they were the guest of Mrs.
Ella McCampbell on College St. Mrs.
Berdie White is convalescing Mrs.
Dora Moore of Martin Sundayed in
the city. Mrs. Mary Wess of Brook
lyn, 111., is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Ellen Fonler. Miss Jessie Braggard
mother of Hickman, spent Sunday here
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee.
Miss Annie Lee Dodson, is spending
some time in Jackson. Miss Mary
Dimple Dinwoodie of St. Louis, AIo.
arrived Sunday to he the guest of her
sister Mrs. Marvin Diggs. When liv
ing here Miss Dinwoodie was a promi
nent figuc in church ami social lfte and
her many friends are glad to welcome
her home. Miss Dinwoodie informs us
that she is a bride of a few weeks
and is now Mrs. Lenis. We wish for
her many happy days. Mr. Mark
Walker has returned from Toledo, O.
Mr. Henry Barber, has returned from
an extended visit to Polk. Miss Mary
Richardson spent several days very
pleasantly in Jackson as the guest of
Miss Mabel Smith. While there she
was the honoree of many handsomely
appointed socials and dinner parties.
She was entertained in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Tern CcClanton. Mrs.
Richardson, returned home Saturday
night accompained by Mr. Franklin
Dodson, who visited his sister, Mrs.
em McClanton. Miss Pauline Wells
loft Monday for Champaign, 111., while
there she will be the gue3t of her sister.
Mrs. Leban Fowler. Mr. Waddell
Sharp has returned to his homo in
Fultan. Miss Eva Clarke has return
ed from a very pleasant, visit to Milan
Tenn. The Bon on LitTerary Club
The St. James Primitive Baptist! vriyl weeks. Death visited the
ire liavimr a tent meetinc in the lioli-: lmnu of Mr. It. 11. Hardv Suturduv
'V K,e,Y'ra' I noss church yard. They are havin:?! and claimed for its vi -lim Mrs. llard.
much success. Mr. Clyfurd B. Taylor j .Mrs. Hardy was a faithful lu istian
mortore.l from Nashville. Thursday,! v,on:an and was loved by the whole
was the guest of Miss liejsie Shorriil. j community. Her body was laid to
Thursday af'einoon two hun lred pej 1?1 in liclleview Cemetery Sunday,
pie who went from here to Aspen July I'-th. Weep not dear ones, you
Hill Sunday to attend the liistrlet fan-; llu'.e our sympathy. Mrs. Florence
I'orenee. Hev. and Jlr.i. W. M. Will-;
son are in the city attending the
tist ten meeting Dr. V, M. A. Lewis
has returned from Nashville. Miss
Ratio McKissack has returned from
Lynnville where she spent a few days
with her sister. Mrs. C. W. Jackson,
of Detroit, Mich., is here visiting her.
parrents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Svkes.
Mr. Clifford and R. M. Taylor, Miss
Clara M. Taylor and Dr. F. D. Taylor
of Nashville and Miss Bessie Sherrill
mortorod to the country, Friday even
ing. They were the guests of friends.
Mrs. Matilda Brown and little daugh
ter Lucile of Birmingham, Ala., are in
the city visiting relatives and friends.
The Rev.. Wm. T. C. Travis and
wife were called to Nashville, the 15th
inst to the bedside of their son, Silas
Warren Travis, the funeral was con
ducted at Seay Chanel. The Rev.
Jones, Pastor of St. Paul, the Ex
pastor of tho deceased, liev. D. T.
nure-h, J. P. Price ar.,1 J. il. Kllis,
I). S., assisted. Warren Travis was
born in Henry County Tenn., 1SS7.
l';'tl Hi ',f St. I.ouis, Mo., attended her
sii:U,or's l'uiK.ral. Mr. Eddie Sangster
i i .i':iii tus. Hev. Emmilt Hardy ol'
Humboldt, Mrs. Nettie Hardy Lee of
eral of their mother, Mrs. Hardy, Sun
day, July 15th. Little Miss Corriuo
Mc.Leinore entertained at dinner at
:: o'clock Sunday afternoon. Misses
Florence Searcy, Annie Lee-Freeman,
Mr. Joe II. Chandler, Little Miss Mc
Lemore, will leave on the listh inst.,
lor Duipmin, 111. Misses Bessie B.
and Marv S. Searcy attended the
trouble in some form
in the meat ex-
they become over-
og up and cause
li e at all sorts of distress, particularly bacK
, aches. acid stomach, constipation.
' .... . . 1.1. ..1.1am iwA
torpid liver, sleeplessness, uwuuci
The m -iuent your back hurts or kid
revs aren't uciing right, or if bladder
ij iih.'is von. cot a small box of kidneco
from :r,:V druggist, take one tablet be-fon-
euli meal followed by a. glass
of wa'er "i- a few days, and your kld-
C.ie noys will then act fine, ihis tamous
; tteiimo:,1 is made from a formula of a
. . . i.t.inA
spociallSi la me ueauueiu or muiic
trouble, and has been used for geera
Hons to flush clogged kidneys and stim
ulate them to normal activity; also to
is he. I neutralize tne acius in tne unue o
Ti.nn riv bo thnnks. while stars it no longer irritates, thus ending blao-
After a Uilso.ne and a wcll-spe-.U
When gratefully h lays aside his hoe
And toward the lowly cht he v:e:id
And in the distance sees he no
Where loved ones fondly wait foi
in heaven burn.
Frankie C. DeBerry.
Mrs. F. H. Alexander is enjoying
teachers' institute in Alamo last week. a house party with the following as
rev. 8. J. Hunt was at his post ot her guest: Mrs. Martha Williams,
duty Sunday. Hev. S. C. Carey ' Mrs. Lily Diggs of Lexington and Mr.
preached a soul-stirring sermon Sun-jj. W. Frierson of Texas, Mr. emmett
day at 11 o'clock. Miss lner. Cole is'nrdy of Humboldt spent a few days in
very sick at this writing. Mr. W. W. 1 Mason hist. week. We all are glad to
Cole, Hev. S. ('. Carey and Mrs. Min- have our Physician Dr. R. S. Fields
n to Taylor left Monday night forBi,io toattend to his calls again after
Naslniile to attend the Grand Lodge 1 a Weeks illness. The ball game last
K. of P. and Court of ('alanine. Dr . Saturday was quite inteserting. Mason
L. D. Thomas of Alamo spent a few ' piaye;l Hognn. our hoys came out in
hours here Monday en route to Nash-;(ne' (.ai ,ss jia Fields spent the
villo for the Grand Lodge. Dr. Kirk weej. ulll jn Keeling last weke with
en route from Dyer.sburg spent sever-, Mjss I urv A avir. Miss Fields has
iii hours nere i uosuay a tot mbl,it thnt is trrowiiiE nicely.
Kidneco can not injure anyone, and
will be found a wonderfully effective
remedy for all kidney ills. They are
inexpensive and can be bought by the
dozen at any drug store.
Mr. Warner .lournette snent Monda
lie died in full triumph of faith. Alter of lils, weo!; m Humboldt. Mrs. Mol-:
siiendin'.; 4 months, o days in Frank-j j0 McLenwre was in Alamo Saturday Mr. George Cummins, an employe
ke with his mother and father he Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Searcy entertain- of the Nashville Gas Company who
relirncd. to Nai ivtllo where, life I P:i sumier Mrs. Florence Catleth was overcome by gas two weeks ago.
ceased. And ho was laid to rest in of St. I.ouis. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W. H j has been seriously ill at his home,
Greenwood Cemetery. Sleep on till iMchmond entertained at dinner Mr. S22 Overton street, nut is mucn rn-
Win first, trumpet shall sound when 1 Eddie San.gstrr of Memphis and Mrs. proved.
Mio dead in Christ shall rise to ascend j Florence Patletli on Monday. Little
tho skies. Sunday Julv 22nd inst, Miss Corine McLemore spent Wed-, COLCTvED SCHOOLS IN
was a great day at Hnss, t'liapei ; nesua m ium '"'
Methodist E'piscopnl Church. The Rev
2ii0, and annual output obviously in
adequate to meet the need for teachers
in a Slate with 473,000 colored people
and liiod colored public school teach
er;;." The report summarizes the educa
tional needs for the schoel of Tea
ncrv.ee as follows:
1. The strengthening and extension
of the elementary school system. The
only agecies able to meet this need are
the State, the county, and the local
public school districts.
2. The increase of teacher-training
facilities. To this end secondary
schools with teacher-training course
should be provided, more summer
schools and teachers' institutes should
be maintained, and the private schools
should co-operate with the State de
partment of education by placing em
phasis on teacher-training courses in
accordance with State standards.
;!. .More provision for instruction
YV. R. Smith. D. S.. of the Memphis
District were1 present, on it'he 4tli
Quarterly Conference occasion and j
creached from Matt. 4:11. A great I
The Henry County Teachers Ihat
a'endnd the Industrial and Agricul
tural stnto Vnvmiil this summer were
3mins,v!iT.ns r.un.Mu.. ,e ,.. ; Lula Kohli. May Will, Dortch. Ullte . , , ,,v tn0 r s nurenu f Educa
..ne ui.iiic-.-, ..,., ... j t'ooK. I ran rorter. ucnruoe roncr
he message. Ho is loved by all the. , Mr:. T v; H;imi,ton. The stim-
leople here and pastor. Long may lie x,m!,T,i was well conducted and
Washington. D. C, July "1. Special to , in gradeniug, hwusehold arts, and sim
the Globe: l',l! industries. In developing this
Public i'r.d private schools for Ne- work counties should realize the pos
t,n,m tn Tennessee are described in i sibilities of the Jeanes Fund Indus-
the report on "Negro Education" just
tion. Department of the Interior,
4. More instruction in agriculture
and in the problems of rural life, so
remain on the Memphis District. j ,eM,rr.i.,g teachers f.eem filled with ; folIwiiiK information is given: Lo
Washington, and in a special abstract mat. leacnors aim leaders may ue ue-
for the Sta'e.
irsivirntjon lor tne ensuing year.
Practical Demonslrativo Canning was
NASHVILLE, FRANKLIN AND
7:46 am 12:35 pm
2:16 pm 6:50 pm
am 9:25 am
4:45 pm 6:55 pm
Dally. JDaily except Sunday.
-,fSt2.p ,at North College St. Station,
ity Ticket Office, 221 Fourth Ave., N.
Phones, Main 4504 and 4505.
Bain lias given great satisfaction i (),-c of the essential features of the
to Hie gardens and truck growers, summer work. A class of Canners re
The peojile in it'hhl. section of the nuiined at the Normal and took spec
country, are very .imv:i'i elated over : le.ssons in canning and drying
he potato crops. Rev. ,T. H. H 111mm 1 fruits and vergetables, two weeks after
tl'ie .district nviisrrnr-'-, opent Sun-. the reiular school closed. Mrs. Hamp-
niet Friday afternoon in the home of ,1ay wj,n us an, preached a sermon ton and Miss Dortch remained for the
T T UT Ir, HTn-nlK 'TKn . ... r. ,, n I ! 1 l..il J ,1 .1 ....
01 prayer. Air. W. t. warren " siiecuu imuiuig in tdiiiuu aim uij-
live wire at Vie P'vitist SitndP.y ing. The demonstration lessons will
School Sunday. Rev. J. Id. Marchhank . he given in the yard of Mrs. Hampton
pml wifo were at Fos'erville and i during the month of August, tor tne
Sad was the day last Sunday
greatest memorial day of the deceas
ed members of the First Baptist
Church, planned by "Father" Henry
Hunt, Sr. When the names of the
remembered ones who are now sleep
ing beneath the clods were read it
brought sad thoughts to those pres
ent. A letter of condolence was sent
to the church from Rev. D. L. Hunt,
State Grand Master of the Mosaic
Templars of West Virginia. The let
ter was read by Mrs. Oscar Owens
who was appointed by Father Hunt
to get out the list of the deceased
ones. Master of ceremonies, Rev. J
C. Harding, was absent, but he sent
Quick and Comfortable
Between Jacksonville and
Chicago, St. Louis,
NORTH AND WEST
All Steel Equipment. Handsome and Homelike. J Especially
Excellent Dining Car Service All Meals En Route.
Mrs. Jno. Meels on Mercer St. The
President presided and the members
responded to the roll call with dues
and quotations. After the usual
routine of businessthe hostess served a
delicious ice course. After an hour
spent socially the club adjourned and
the members declared that they had
spent the afternoon most pleasantly.
Mrs. Pearl Long, Mrs. Mary J. Maddox,
Mrs. Vera Lee Baxter and sister of
Chlcarro, 111., and Miss Hattie Crowdor
motoiel to Hickman Sunday, they re
port a fme time. Quite a number from
here attended the picnic at Rives Sat
urday. Mrs. William Fowlkes, Miss
Davade Roper and Master Earrington
David, spent last week in Humming
ton, where they attended the Sunday
School Convention as representatives
of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church. Mrs. Mary Ann Scaggs, left
several days ago for Chicago, 111., her
visit will be extended.
After spending a few days with his
family, Prof. J. R. Patton left Mon
day morning for Dora, Alabama. Mes
dames Katherine Thomas and Laura
Wells are on the sick list. Mrs Mary
Matthis, of Ledford was called to the
bedside of her sister, Mrs. Hester Cos
ter. Rev. A. Allison and Prof. W.
R. Farrett, attended District Confer
ence in 'Trenton, last week. Rev. Alli
son returned home Saturday and left
Sunday morning for Hickman, Ky.,
where he preached at Milliner's Chapel
C. M. E. Church. Mrs. Mollie King
Sundaye:i in Hickman. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Watkins have returned from a
very pleasant visit to "Mayfleld." The
colored citizens of this place are re
joicing over the erection of a new
brick school building. The building
is modernly planned and when com
pleted will be thoroughly equipped
with all conveniences.
For each school the vcloped for a people SO per cent rural.
i Copies of the section ol the report
. dealing with Tennessee may lie obtain
I e.l on application to the Commissioner
of Education, Washington, 1). C.
cation of school; name ot principal; ,
character of work, ownership and con
trol; attendance; teachers; financial
condition. The descriptive sketch of
the more important schools is followed
hv specific recommendation looking
to the future development of the school.
The facts for the individual schools
were obtained by a fiield study of Ten
nessee and the other Southern States
covering a period of nearly three years.
Besides listing the private and hlgh-
Default having been made in the
payment of the indebtedness secured
by Deed of Trust from John Slaugh
ter and wife, Martha Slaughter, to
the undersigned, 11. M. Burns, Trus
tee, of record in Hook is'i, pau;e 62S,
of the Kesister s Oflice for Davidson
Bellhuckle, Sundny. T,m. Bound l j city School Canning Club with tho'an(, ofher R,ltncr'n state8, this Federal
or schools lor Negroes in Tennessee i county, Tennessee, notice is hereby
MTnihwii'e inns the trues of m. new ente: prise car.iier. airs. n. u. ;
Uillinn. last week. Mrs. Mcn'.liB Robert- Johnson of Columbia is visiting her j
son, of So. Pitts!)'.!!-"1'.! was here Sat- sister, Mrs. Hamilton, we wish her;
urday visiMn? her father. Peter Ba'es a very pleasant stay, also wine iliss
,,-iin'ls miitn sick. Miss Pearl Carter, i Deaf rice Irvine of Nashville is visit
report on colored scnoois analyzes me
provision for education by the States;
discusses means and methods of edu
cation for Negroes; describes building
and equipment for typical schools; and
given that I, the undersigned Trus
tee, at the request of the owner and
holder of the notes secured by said
Deed of Trust, will on Friday, Aug.
24th. 1!'I7, at 12 o'clock noon in front
of the South door of tho Courthouse
was out Sunday ;'n her usual s:yie. ing tier aiinue .uis. namiuoii, u wimi-nttcmpts tn give specific aid to public , in. Nashville, Tennessee, oirer Tor
Mr. Earnest Moore, was in Paducah, I her an enjoyable visit. Mrs. A. J. an,, private nuihorities interested in1 sak? at public auction to the highest
Kv.. last. week. He nns accompanied , Russel and Mrs. Johnie Lee. have just N(, cdu'.a: i.m. The m-obleni before! bidder for cash, tree from the equity
hv Mr. Earl WtiMaUer. Mrs. .Mary , returne : lrom tne uranu session oi
n',,cii .:.. in Stiefiivvi'.ie last week . the Iv. P s. 'lhey report a very
on ' business. Did vou hear Ben An-' pleasant I rip. Miss Pennie Boyd, of
dcr-w Wednes-'iav nil' cn the Hopklnsvil'e, Ky., is visiting Miss Joe
-i'-'is of tMs .nresont. irre and the' Lilly Waddy. Miss Ada Crogman,
"el Cross' His lc-iwe was grand. ' oi: of the representatives of the A.
.i' Kv Mr :r T, nan. Out. .itu I I. Stale .Normal was here a few
B. H. Wilkerson. qireswent oi con
"o-t Cross Chamfer. pikI Mrs. G. D
Hicks, was just grand. We iwero verv
proud indeed to hear from the wtiiie
vtse,rs. Mr. WnMer Smth, and Pate
Davis were in Mont Eagle- Snndny
:.-ri.miin.r wiith t.hn'r wives. Mr.
last week in interest of the
More and Bet
i V. i r, 1 i-i mna rr rPii r H in ' 1
. , s"':.. 1,1'' " i nrt t n tho I'lesiding Elder of the A. M. E
' Mill, lie l aa -"'T" ---- --
-e-rer is s
KT0i,v,nio .wins thfi euest or .mts.
Ki'ip Nels Sunday. Mrs. Webb came FOSTER VILLE,
the colored soliools of Tennessee is in-1 of redemption, homestead, dower and
all oilier exemptions, inree cnain
lots or parcels of laud in Davidson
Countv, Tennessee, describe 1 as fol
lows:' Being I.r.is Nos. :',V and Us and the
West !:' of l.ot No. Xt in the Free
Si'ver Plan, as of record in Hook
'i.l. pace i, of the Hegister's OfVice
for Davidson Counly. Tennessee.
Said Lois Nos. :'.T and :'s and tire
v est I-' of Lot No. :'. Ttont toether
i;-' '. fort on i he north side of
in agricultural pursuits in the Stale (;ajnes street and extend hack be-
a serious operation. Rev. Vann. are coioren, ami imu me mii...n-. o t acii parauei oms ,,-.i
larms cuiuvaieii o. nvmiK imi jpy.
W. B. It ALLAH D, Attorney.
dicated by the fact that Illiterate are,
still 27 per cent of ihe c.ilored people '
10 years of aw a-vl ever, mid 15 per
cent of the children in to 11 years of'
The Tennessee ;.e:.;ioii or ihe report
shows that there are. uncording to Cen
sus hiiurcs. 4ii.iirs colore i peopiu in
Scliiiol, she was the guest, of Miss
r .,..!'. ll..lm,n T1o 1 ,'lli Til.li.
I'll. .ill... iiniir,ii. aii.i. j, ,,,, , i.. . , .. .
Murray, who has been very ill is much i Tennessee, forming 22 per cent ol the
i, .proved. Mrs. Joe Mosley continues ! total population. It is pointed out
vp v ill lint imnrovine slowlv. Mrs. i mat z-i per cem oi ..B..hm.
Ha lle Crutchfield is much improved
a I or
"T h"k Aldr d.'e. rhurch held the Quarterly Conference , 13 per cent between 1900 and 1910 As
Li I, tom Vurdav Sunday, which was quite a sue farmers renting and owning land, they
e. was in tow n hatura,i I have charge of more than a million and
s. Mrs. Georgia Wcbh or ccs.i. , ncrcg of Tennessee soilt anil it
i, . nP Aia ......
. .1. n I. n II Q1TIM
up on IPUines as woo i"
real-estate that she has to look after
' Tullahomia. She was accompanieu
their work as farm laborers be taken
infrt npponnt thev lindoutit ed 1 v culti-
Rev. Wm. Jenkins, pastor of Bran va(0 a far .irge'r area Tne" rt,port
(tons unapei, togetner un nis iann- )hrefore emphasises the need of agri
ful members is preparing to have , , imlustrial education,
Iv.Iacksonville (A. C L.) Oo U.C'hicigo (C. E. I.) iol5
K.ia!?::::::::::::::iG. .f.i rrrrminm
l. Macon (C. olOa.) 4.30 b.Terre Haute iC. i E. I ) 3-25
U.Atlanta (N. C. A at. L.) 8.15 l.E ansville tl & N.) 6.45
Iv. Chattanooga " 12-22 r.Nashvlle " 11.40
Ar.Nasliville " 4.45 U.St. Louis 'HI. Cent.) 04
U.Nashville " Ui ArNgshville (N. C&St.L) 7.55
Ar.St. Uuis (111. Cent ) 7 44 U.Nashville 11.52
Iv.Nashville (L& N.) 4 53 SK"0083--" "'
Hr.Evansville " 9.58 -A"??'8 .rfn n
U.Terre Haute (C. E,I.) 1.45 -igjj ''V.'V.V.V.V.V.Vd 8. & H ) 250
r. Indianapolis (Vandalia) 3.50 4r-Waycross.'.'.'.'.,.'.,.'.''.'.'.'.'...A! C. L.J 510
Ar.Chicaio (C. E. I.) 7.03 Arjacksonville ' 7.25
Free Reclining Chair Car and
Coach between Nashville and St. Louis.
Daylight Trip Via Chattanooga and
We all were delighted to have with
us Sunday night, Mr. W. W. Williams
the grand President of the Benevolent
Lodge No. 81 of Nashville. Mr. Wil
liams made a brief talk at this place
which everybody seemed to enjoy. B.
0. No. 1G4. of this place was delighted
to have Mr. Williams and Mr. T. W.
Weatherspoon from Clifton, Tenn. Mr.
Weatherspoon and Mr. Williams spent
the night with Mr. D. C. Chappell
Briggs and little son Crocket visited
at this place Sunday night. Misses Wil
lie Matt McDonald and Blanche Chap
pell were visitors of Mrs. Mollie Har
vell Monday. Mrs. Lee McDonald
spent Friday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Minnie Chappell. Mr. Mark
Mitchell is looking for his son home,
Aug the 1st. Mr. Sam Mitchell who
has rot been hero in thirteen years.
Mrs. B. L. Mitchell spent Monday after
noon with Mrs. Mollie Harvell. Rev.
A. W. Green is visiting us again. Every
body is glad to have him with us
again. Rev. Green preached here Sun
day and the church could not hold the
K , people. Messrs Felix Chappell, John-1 The Gloire
I nle Mitchell, Ralph and Cornellous Har
veil went to Waynesboro July 22 to
hear Rev. A. W. Green preach, Mr.
! Edd Shelton from Decaturville, at
tended church at this place Sunday
night. Mr. Berneice Whittaker made
a business trip to Perryvllle, July the
30th. Every body remember August
the protracted meeting will start here.
Everybody is invited. There will be
dinner on the ground. Mr. Earnest
and Malcon. Taylor from Farmer Val
ley attended church here Sunday. Mr.
J. E. McDonald and others are go
ing to Clifton the first Sunday In
by Mrs. Margaret Kyles. MUss Kat ie . big union rally and basket dinnei , , t, ,ml tnat puWic tacimies for
t ee Neal is spendW- this week in Sunday, August 12th. Ihe churchei education are still uracil-
Nashville with her untie Mrs. Mar-1 nt Cedar Grove Bellbi ,rt . e. War- neI?lif;ible. and, while a few of
-aret Kyles. Miss Neal is the organ- the private schools are rendering ef-
-t o ,the Mt. Zlon Baptist church and Muriresboro Promise 'to mm fecMve Sfirvi(,0, thcy nrc for ,he ,ll0Bt
,8 TSr M8"SSor o1eIhisAkih" Purt unabie to meet the State-w.de
irt qui e a nnmber of soc
while in the city Mrs. Mary TaPkson the eongregation has taken on new j Public provision for colored and
has returned to her home in i-iio"m , , .,,,.,, t(. ,.H hfiar i f,0m white children iu Tennessee is compar-
Ohlo, after a .long vi&it to her niotner , councils of the faithful. e:l on the basis of the amount expended
The following have charge of the tor teaciicrs salaries anu tne numner
rally and basket dinner: Messrs. Geo. i of children of school age. "The public
iMartln, win. wade, it. u. uarreit, i
o.r,H father. The rally at Howard
Chamel M. F. Clhirch was quite a sitc-
, j ii Hi..l.n a rAnnrt.
cess. Tney tma urvo uiwa
II M. BURNS. Trustor.
TRUSTEE NOTICE SALE.
Whereas, on the 19th day of April
1915 Dave Wcems, as the only heir at
law of Albert Weems deceased, exe
cuted a mortage, payable on demand
to W. II. McGuvock to secure the pay
ment of ninety-two (92) dollars for
funeral bill for the burial of the said
Albert Weems and said W. H. Mc
Gavock was to look to the payment ot
said debt secured to the property in
herited by the said Dave Weems from
Albert Weems and this being the pro
perty which is described as follows:
"Being lot No. 6 in the Plan of Sara
Lee's lots as surveyed by W. W. South
gate, said lot fronts fifty (50) feet on
the North side of Clifton Tike and runs
back between parallel along the East
side of a ten (10) foot alley in rear
being part of the property conveyed to
Samuel J. Lee by i. u. uuryan.
school teachers of 71 Tennessee Coun
ties received $2,237,259 in salaries in
113-14." says the report. "Of this sum
$1,938,487 was for the teachers of
UA1A wlilto phllHron nnH J!nK 772
was for the teachers of 61,819 colored I TRUSTEE and Emile Lee by deed of
Afo Vlnrv Thomas R.llS&P''! f ClUI) re-: u,,., n A fjorrett. IT. IT
ported $30.10. Mrs. Russell is always j Vn)1l;Iin s M Henton and Miss Hal
a live Wire when it .comes to raising , f,e Smfthi Rev. ,T, m. Hellman will
monev for the churdi. Si'vo carried j on nan( l0 al(1 the past0r.
Ihe banmeir -n 'JShelUfl-vllle .nd has ,
won the flan here, so three cheera ANTI0CH.
for Sister Russell. Rev. Richmond. The R 0 No g4 held lu anmlal
te ipopular pastor is pleased witn , sermon an(j basket meeting at Paynes
.. .iKi f tllie rallv. They raised , rhana A At v.. Chnrrh. nreached bv
npTly $75.00 whcli sneaks well for , Roy T j Ethery Mrs Neaiy Rucker j white children and those f
won a short notice. The Httle grand-1 ,pnt patniay night with Mrs. M. A. i children are not as great in
daughter of Mr. and Mfrs. Laura Clen-; Barneg jr- and jirs rtichard Seay ! as in Slates where the pre
denon, died Snnday morntas anu v.Ha,Bpent Saturday niKnt with their
buried Monday Jn the Citizen s Ceme-, motneri Mrgi Josie Ridiey. Mr. Rohsrt
tary. Crockett Wiinton bas returned and mnie Batey accompained Miss
frnim: Newcomb. Miss Esflier Hunter , () he and M B,alr nnme from
and Miss Eliza Derrick have retuin-clmrch Sunday M). and Mr8, pieas tion of $1.6:;.0,308, an annual income of
ed from S'hornein, aih. iuh - cooch and daughter unnne spent sun- jiii, 934. ami an attendance 01 i.ui.i
v,o-,ritTi,!r a Brand time. Read the Globe d . , t wi,n fai,er an(i mother, . nmiils. of whom 2,381 are in clemcn-
and keep tip witn au ie Mr. and Mrs. Aim i.ewis. mr. j. m. tary grades, it is important 10 noie , tne payment 01 saia ueui secuieu mour
W rally ar.id basket, dinner at '"os j Blair visited Nashville, Saturday. Mr. the concentration of private school in, I will sell at public auction at the
4,niQ a 12th. will be conduoted T . rtne'ter nccomnlained Miss 1 frfeillties in. Nashville. The Private South door ot the Court House at
hv Pev. V. JenkiTis, of Tullafiorpa. p,;r,ve jj r-ar(i home from Church j schools are supported by denomina
a,rrt Pev. ,T. II. HilUwan, of Shelhv- ( q.iU.,day Miga Mollie Barnes visited j Hons. Only 15 of the 31 schools may
.,iu xi r Fred Pe-rick has returned ?ivra Rtar Saturday. Mr. Hattie : he said to nlav any imoortat part in
from Chotta-noora. MIs3 Jessie y". ; r-irrei was tho guest of Miss Ophelia I the educational activities of the State,
ainf McMii'wivillo. was -in town Mondav. ! rjiyj, staurday night. Mrs. Antoinette ! it is pointed out that a few of the re.
- The GtoiKe is the best eo'.orea pr.l"1 , -viand and son Matthew. Mrs.
children. On a per capita basis this ls
$8.27 for each white child of school
age and 4.83 for each colored child."
The inequalities between the figures for
Negroes is larger.
Private schools for colored pupils in
Tennessee number 31, according to the
report. They have a property valua
record in Rook No. 146, page No. 5 R.
O. I). C, also for deed of Samuel Lee
and wife, Emile Lee to Albert Weems,
Book 213, page 458 R. 0. D. C.
No TRUSTEE was named in said
Mortgage, NOW THEREFORE, by vir
tue of the power invested in me as
mortgage, I hereby name, appoint, and
designate RUFUS It.. DUNCAN,
TRUSTEE, for said MORTGAGE, NOW
THEREFORE, by virtue of the authori
ty and power invested in me, RUFUS
R. DUNCAN, trustee, for tho above
mortage, default having been made
In tho south.
Mrs. Lutitia Shaw, who has been
111, is better. Mrs. M. V. 'limine has
returned from Nashville, where she
attended State Normal. A. T. John
son went to Memphis Monday. Plentv
of rain; corn is looking fine. Mr. W.
H. Owen was in Memphis Thursdav
and Friday. Mrs. Ida M. Owen will
visit her new home in Oakland this
wek to be with her husband. Mr. W.
H. Owen, while the conference ls go
ing on. On Thursdav ond Frld"
Cyn'hla Foster and children Andrew
j vatlie Lou, Jerry Lee, A. Y. and
Antoinette were the guests of Mr.
J. E. Blair and daughter Sunday night.
malning schools may be justified on de
nominational grounds; the majority,
however, are so hampered by small in
come or poor management that the
State receives little benefit from them.
The most lrgent need of the colored
Nashville. Tenn, at 12 o'clock, noon,
Saturday, August 4th, 1817, the follow
ing property in Davidson County,
Tenn, as follows:
"Being lot No. 6 in the Plan of Sam
Lee's lots, as surveyed by W. W. South
gate, said lots front fifty (50) feet
on the South side of Clifton Pike and
runs back between parallel lines along
the East side of ten (10) foot alley
in the rear, being part of the property
schools in Tennessee is trained teach-1 conveyed to Samuel J. Lee by J. B.
O'Bryan, trustee, and Entile Lee by
deed of record in Book 14G page 5 R.
O. D. C.,( also for deed of Samuel Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Flowers of i ers. The report declares: "The supply 1
East Dickson gave a delightful en-1 now depends almost entirely upon the
tortnlnnipnt nn Mnnrlav evening In nrivate. secondary schools and the ,
honor of Mr. Virgil Cunningham of State school. Four of the private and Emilee Lee to Albert Weems
Indianapolis Ind. Music and games , schools give fairly good courses for , Book iii page &&8 K. U. u. u
were the feature of the evening. Those! teachers. Four others Include one or TERMS:
present were: Misses Jeffry Sublette, ' two teacher-training subjects in their Said sale will be for cash, free from
Ouenle Jackson, Mr. Will Wilkes, Her-1 general course. The pupils in the tho equity of redemption, homestead,
man Manning. Walter Holt, Joe Por- graduating classes of all the schools aowcr ami an omer extunpuoaa..
August. Miss L. W. Mitchell called to August 3 and 4, Mr. W. H. Owen will ter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Suggs, Mr. offering teacher-training number about RUFUS R. DUNCAN, Trustee.