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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 24, 1917.
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ere five converts. Baptizing at Bar
inn's I'reeV Sunday. Mrs. Loulst
right of Nashville was tbe pue.it of
Mrs. Missouri Atkins last Friday.
Rev. Toui Belcher ot Cookesvllle con
ducted the revival at Cedar Point
this week. Mr. Robert Hughes has re
turned from Alliance, O. Mrs. J. P.
Pennington and little daughter. Dor-
ris, spent Monday with her parents,
.Mr! and Mrs. Andrew Ramsey, and
Mrs. Sarah Davis spent Sunday at
Baird's Mill. Mr. Hampton Hughes
spent the week end In Calhage, Tenn.
Mrs. Major Penninnton la improving
nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Winters
dined at Bupper Saturday evening
with Mrs. Minnie White. A delicious
menu was served at 7:30 o'clock,
after which they went to church. Mr.
Henry Hushes Is Improving after a
long illness. Those who were bap
tized at Barton's Creek were as fol
lows: Mr. Clay Winters, "Wilson
Hughes, Sallle Winters, Mack Smith,
Lillard Hughes, Mattie Ree Penninsr
ton, Dallas Oliver, Garland Bitty ami
Thenie J. Allen. Mrs. Missouri At
kins and little son, Howard, spent
Monday with Mrs. Wayman Price.
Mrs. J. W. Pettye was in Nashville
Saturday. Mrs. J. P. Pennington
would be glad to take your subscrip
tion' for the Globe.
revival here Sunday. Mr. Harry rat
ton came in our town last night
Miss Vina Commons and Mr.
Arthur Hickmon left for Knoxvllle,
Tenn to represent the Odd fellows
Lodge No. 21)96 and House Hold of
Kuth respectively. Tey returned
Friday evening and report a pleasant
trip. ,Miss Sallie Commons ot Louis
ville, Ky., formerly a teacher of Tur
ner College, Shelbyville, is visiting
home folks this week. We were all
very glad to see Miss Commons again.
Mrs. Maud G. Woods, went to Chatta
nooga to spend a week or so, we wish
her a joyous trip. Mr. Raymond Ran
som, is back from Ohio, and says its
a good place tor a single man, but
a married man is better oft in old
Fayetteville, therefore he prefers to
kinder stay close around the old stand.
Miss Orlean Scott, ot Normal, Ala., is
taking vacation at home among her
many friends. Miss Scott seems to be
progressing nicely in school. We
predict for her a bright future, wr.
Sam Thompson died at the home of
his mother, Mrs. Ann Thompson on
W. Market street, Sunday night, Aug.
19th. We are told also Mr. Bubin
McDunald.'s little infant whose
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I TO THE VOTERS
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September 27, 1917.
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COLLUM DHOl'SY REMEDY CO., Dept. 95,
The canning demonstration given
- by Miss 'Mabel Myers at the public
school building last Saturday was one
of the most timely and Instructive
affairs that has come to our communi-
. ty. A large number of ladies, old
and young, took advantage of the oc
casion. All who were present ex
pressed themselves as having spent
a very profitable day. Rev. A. Ran
eBom and Dr. "J. A. Rainey were the
only gentlemen present. Miss Myers
is engaged In a philanthropic work,
i The state has made no mistake in
her selection. Prof. H. N. Robinson
of the State Normal spent a part of
. two days In town in the interest of
hls&school. Prof. Robinson impresses
ejVCTv one by his frankness and suavi
ty, "n his canvass he wastes no time
outcomes directly to tne point. He
, adVjies that if a person wants a col
. legcf course to go to Fisk: if medt
cir.-T is wanted to .go to Meharry. He
tells just what it is to be had at the
. Normal, giving its advantages without
. ativ avafforoMition Cavapal Tla.anno
have applied for admission. We thank
. Prof.. Robinson for this awakening.
The Bedford County fair is on the
hoards this week. The management
is expecting a great fair. Dr. Suggs
is to deliver a series of lectures at
the public school on the care of the
teeth. Rev. E. F. Gooch is teaching
the Cedar Town school. Mrs. Mag
gie D. Key is in Quincy, 111., visit'na
-her sister, Mrs. Annie Nichols. Miss
'Mary Davis of Nashville is visiting
herv Bister, 'Mrs. Willie Sims. Mrs.
Johnnie Bell is still Indoors. Rev.
W. F. Gardner Is spending a few
days at home. When at Home he sets
an example of industry which is wor-
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- Rev. J. WrHoward, who was drafted,
hn hfifin exemnted hecause of his
mfu'sterlal duties. Mrs. Annie Gill
Ferguson of Indianapolis is here on a
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Mrs. Emma Cartwrlght. She will re
main for the Fair. The teachers have
fce.gun to pav in their subscriptions to
the Whltesides monument fund. Mr
and Mrs. Archie Brazier have return
... ei from Texas and have decided to
. remain in shelbyville. Mr. Krazler
. says the liberties of the Texas Negno
In some parts are below par.
A new doctor is in town. Dr. Jones
of North Carolina his arrived and has
taken up the practice where our late.
Dr. Spencer left off. Dr. Jones comes
to us well recommended and he is a
close relative to the Spencer folks
M. L. Miller, editor of the Nashville
Globe, was entertained by Rev. Wm
Jenkins Sunday in the old way. Come
again, Brother Miller. Mrs. Laura
Clendenon was called to Missouri
Monday to be at the sick bed of her
son, Robbie. Laura Ann and Julus
are keeping house while she Is away.
Mrs. George Davidson of Chicago, the
sister of Mr. Ed Fishback, is spending
a week at her old home. Mrs. David
son is an old citizen of this place
ana wnen she and her husband lived
here they were the leaders in three
of four different lodges. Mr. and Mrs.
Davidson have gone north and made
good. They have two sons who are
now running business in Chicago, a
fine drug store at 6454 Boulevard ave
Hue. Elmore and Eddie were educat
ed in Nashville and have always borne
a good record and have proved an
honor to their parents. Mrs. David
son is accompanied by her son, Chas.
E. Davidson. They will return to
Chicago next week. Mrs. J. A. Mc
Ghee has returned home. Mr. Porter
Bates is quite sick. Mrs. Georgia
Houston and brother of Chattanooga
are visiting their mother and sister.
Mrs. Aria Hunt, on Washington
street. 'Mrs. Jordan and daughter,
Ruble,, were present at the Baptist
church Sunday. Mrs. Birdie Jenkins
and daughter, Janie Mai, spent last
Sunday In Wartrace vlsitine; Mrs.
Annie Buchanan. Mr. Wesley McCul
lom of Chattanooga was with us Sun
day. Mr. Jim Vance of Normandy
spent Sunday with us. Miss Katie
Lee Neal and Mjss Easter Duncan will
visit the association at Decherd next
Friday. Mrs. Ida Farris of Winches
tor is spending a few days with her
friends. She was accompanied bv
Mrs. Darrell. Mrs. Carrie Sanders
has returned to her dally depart
menf She Is now filling a lucrative
position with Mrs. D. S. Riddle. Mrs.
Clara Davidson is preparing to take a
trip to Chicago. 'Mrs. Davidson will
be out of the city for thirty days. Mr.
Will Randies has gone to Flint,
Mich. Mr. Charley Murphy is so
jourueying with his wife this week
on Jackson street. Mrs. Ida Farris was
a lwe wire in Sunday school Sunday.
Mrs. J. A. McGhee resumed her regu
lar place in Sunday school Sunday
and everything went oft lovely. Mrs.
George Davidson spent last Sunday
in Shelbyville visiting relatives. Mr.
Bud McGhee and wife who had moved
to Tracy City spent Sunday with
relatives and friends. Rev. A. E. Mar
tin was seen last Sunday on his week
ly visits. Rev. Martin is a good pas
tor and the right man In the right
place. Rev. Wm. L. Craft of Nash
ville snoke at the Baptist church Sun
day night. Mr. Joe Kines is prepar
ing to go East on business. Mr. Elli
ott Gupton was in Manchester last
week standing his examination for
Uncle Sam. Keep posted by reading
the Globe. Mr. Phelix Jackson and
Miss Lizzie Ramsey were quietly mar
ried on Monday evening at the resi
dence of Pev. Wm. Jenkins. Mr.
Jackson is a young man who is striv
ing for success in agricultral pursuits,
and his bride Is the daughter of Bro.
Geo. Ramsev and she is smart and in
telligent. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson will
make their home in the western part
of the town. We must highly con
gratulate this couple and we wish for
them a great success. Rev. Wm. Jen
kins said the word that made this
happy couple man and wife. Mr.
Walter Smith was called to the bed
side of his nepjfew, Herman Smith, at
Clarksville, who was accidently shot.
Miss Maude E. Woodfork has re
turned home from Kansas City, Mo.
,The revival closed at Cedar Point Sat
urday night with much success. There
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The District Conference, Epworthi
League Convention, Sunday School
Convention and Woman's Missionary
Convention which convened at La
vergne Church, Spring Hill, Maury
County, under the auspices of the
Nashville District of the C. M. E
Church, was in every way a grand
success, a record-breaker financially,
socially and spiritually and reflected
great credit on the .presiding elder,
Rev. P. J. Coleman, A. M , D. D., w ho
has stood for four years at the head
of the district under the episcopacy
of the Ri.nht Rev. C. H. Phillips. A.
M., M. D D. D., bishop of the Fifth
Episcopal Diocese. The meeting was
characterized throughout by the
greatest earnestness, zeal, enthusiasm
and relisious fervor. Ministers and
delegates were present from all over
the district and took part In the pro
ceedings. The various sessions, day
and night, were largely attended by
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This munificent hotel, located in tt heat of ths most beautiful seashore
resort in the wjrld; repleie with every m rdarn improvement, superlative in corstruct
the people of the vicinity and neigh-tion, app.)intmnts. service and refined patronige. Orchestra daily, garage.
boring towns and hamlets, tne Iiouho oaui uiisss. le.inis, eic, un pranniei. opeuni aueuuuu givca iu isuiea auu
being crowded. Many white people 1 children. Sind for bwklet. 13. IA. O ALE, Owner,
wern in attendance, especially on Sat-' 1 1 - 11 '
iirday night, at, the District Annual I C1LARY E. HOWSE
Coalition Jubilee ana uanquei. in an
the sessions business was dispatched
with tact and decorum, the subjects
were discussed with ability and elo
quence and the ministers who filled
the pulpit from time, to time were
filled to overflow with the Holy
Ghost and preached soul-stirring ser
mons that went straight to the heart.
lfrtrifvine the vast audience and
bringing them, as it were, into tne
very presence of Him who will brin
evc'fy work into judgment whether it
be sood or evil.
Among those who filled the pulpit
are Rev. J. H. Brltton. Rev. A. J
Parker. Rev. n. R. Giles. Rev. A.
Springer. Pev. R. B. Polk and Rev.
P. J. Coleman.
On Wednesday the Epworth League
rnnvention rendered an excellent and
unique program. Dr. J. T. Phillips,
a promising young physician and a
rv.Hstinn worker, tilled with an altru
istic spirit, is president and presided
uiivi n riiirnltv. erace. tact and humor
that keit the meeting at once busi-T
nnua.Kirp. Inieivstinff and lolly.
On Thursday the Sunday School
Convention rendered a program that
was entertainine, instructive and con
ctrnrtlvA The nresident, Trot. E. W.
Benton, A. M., principal of Belleview
School, and who was formerly dean
of Lane College and later principal ol
Partneah High School, has had long
experience in such work and knew
just how to make the meeting inter
esting, lively and business-like. An
important feature of the convention
'was the great address on the estab
lishment of a practical Sundav school
.i.i.imnt hv Dr. J. A. Lester, the
I tiblo phvsician and professor in Me-
harrv Medical L'oiiege, aim um i"u-.j
I vent'ion went on record as favoring ai
i separate Sunday school drpartmenl
I and the removal of the publishing.
house from Jackson to isusiiviiie. u.
was also voted to establish and pub-
lish a Tennessee Conference Journal, i
Vr.A- the Woman's Missionary
THIS PERFECT- FLOUR
FOR BISCUITS. CAKES WATERS, ETC. THE BEST OJJ THE
MARKET. ALL GOOD COOKS USE IT.
NASUVILLC ..... TaKVXEiEL) ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill of Nashville
are here visiting relatives. Mr. Roy
Robinson, of McKenzie, is visiting his
mother, Mrs. Mary Robinson. Mr.
Will Holt, was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Ural Johnson Sunday. Prof. J.
B. Jones and Mr. Z. Brown were the
guest of Mr. Sam Gentry Sunday even
ing, quite a large delegation from
this place attended services at Belfast
Sunday. The singing contest between
the Junior and Senior choirs, Satur-j street
day night resulted in a victory for
the Juniors. A large crowd was out
to hear them. Mr. Edgar Dysart was
in Shelbyville Saturday. The patrons
of the Farmington Public school met
at the school building Wednesday
night in -a niass meeting to consider
means to remodel the school building
here. Mr. Z. Boren was elected
Chairman, Newton Dysart, Secretary,
and James Laws, Treasurer. About
thirty dollars was given by those pres
ent. The next meeting will be held
at the school building, Aug 21st.
Perhaps never before was there so
much interest manifested In school
betterment as shown by the people
nere last Wednesday night, short ad
dresses were made by Messrs Bowen,
J. Smiley, Sherman Dysart and Prof.
J. B. Jones. The public school here is
arranging to pull off a big concert in
the near future.
mother preceded it about two weeks.
We extend our sympathy to both
families of the deceased. The Lord
giveth and the Lord hath taken away
Kings Nu-Hair Quinine Pomade
This wonderful hair grower clean the tcslp of all
dandruff, leeds the riots of the ttubboro hatr and
prowsit nice and! on a in very short Ih. then it
is easy to comb aqdluinditlerenlityles. Guaran
teed to do is we say or money refunded. At your
druogist or mailed direct on receipt ol 25 cents.
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Mrs. Eliza Heed tonio in tbe world. Margaret Meyrtp
Mrs. Minnie AVoodard Winston and
foi'vention was in cliarire of the presl-l little step daughter of Chicago, III.,
dent, Dr. M. R Coleman, a woman of who have been the guest of their
abilitv, rare attainments and a work- mother, Mrs. Charlotte Winstons and
tr of untiring e"eny. llesides much other relatives, left Sunday for their
constructive work along missionary home. This being the first trip south
lines, with a'lle addresses delivered, fr the little grand-child, she became
a fpninre of the dav was a caiiningl Kick !in,i i,n,i tn i,fi nn,i,,r .he treat-
let us prepare to meet them in the 1 demonstration lor me eoiiicauuii uiiment of Dr. James Itucker bhe was
glory land. Mr. M. C. Clanton and j the people of that vicinity. a stranger when she came but be
came a social favorite and made many
wife an officer of the A. M. K. Church On Satnraay tne i hii u vu,i-
. i i r.,.o nnliulprl ft WOfk Vlh a pTCM
tab h foml to Rev. anil Mrs. W. H. I. ' 111 tne grove, ouimiiaj
Reynolds Friday.' They ae asking j treat was given the good people of La-; famiyi
friends and enjoyed a round of social J j
functions among tne mends of the
them to come again. Mrs. Mattie
Hlake of Jefferson, Texas is visiting
Mrs. Mary Lue Taylor on W. Market
Mr. Fred Triggs of Nashville, Tenn.,
was the guest of Miss Ura Boyd, last
week. Mr. Theodore firown and Miss
Lillian Banks, and Iluburt Carter and
Annie Bates enjoyed a delightful din
ner at sunset Rock Saturday. Mr.
Huburt Carter, took a flying trip to
Swanee Saturday. Mr. Thomas Kitz
Patrick, of Nashville, is spending the
week end here with friends. Mr.
Shealy Williams, will return to Nash
ville Saturday. Miss L'ra Boyd will
return to Nashville September 1 whore
her many friends will greet her. Miss
Lillian Banks will return to Nashville
the 15th of September where her many
verene In the form of a literary and
musical entertainment by the versa-!
tile Dr. J. T. Phillips, assisted by hisj
accomplished sister, Miss L. 13. Phil
lips, toeether with the talented young
ladies, Misses Eva M. Green, Ida M.
White, Alice V. White, Mrs. Black
and several other ladies and gentle
men. On that night Miss Green was
NEGKO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Invitations have been extended all
superintendents of Sunday schools
one other representative of . all
churches, irrespective of denomination
to meet at the library Thursday,
August !10th, at 7: 111) sharp. If youj
IinvA not rpppivpil vniir fnvitntifui it's
mistress of ceremonies and the read- Utrt t0 wrong a(UI,.ess. ,n or(ler lhat
ing by Dr. Phillips were enjoyed to; .. 8unerintendent mav be omitted we
Sunday crowned the week bv a mo
del Sunday school condue'ed by Sup
erintendent Wood. Preaching at 11
a. m., by the presiding elder; at 3:00
p. m., by Itev. R. B. Polk nnd at S
p. m., by Rev. J. H. Rritton.
Among the prominent persons who
came as visitors may be mentioned
Presiding Elder II. J. Johnson of the
Clarksville District, Mrs. H. F. Davis
of Columbia, Rev. A. J. Parker and
The rally given by St. Michael
Lodge proved to be quite a success.
$50.00 was realized. A large number
of people were present Sunday to wit
ness the sermon which was preached
by Rev. J. B. Foxall, he chose for
his text, "Behold I set Before you an
Open Door." Rev. 3:8. The speaker
held the people at a high rate for
about forty-five minutes. Rev. Fox
all is a great speaker. Mr. J. H.
Smith will leave today for the Elk
River Association which' will convene
at Decherd. We wish for her a pleas
ent trip. Mr, Henry Peppers from
Shilo spent Sunday evening with Mrs.
L. F. Rogers. Robert Preyer is a live
wire in the church when it comes to
taking up money. Rev. T. J. Stokes
made a trip to Rucher Saturday morn
ing still looking for the pearl of great
price. Mrs. Amanda Shaw, who has
been sick for several weeks Is much
improved. Mr. G. E. McGowan from
Elkton, Kk., formerly of this place
is a welcome guest here. Mr.
Charley Burdette is expected to be
called to the U. S. Army at any time
now since passing physical examina
tion Thursday at Shelbyville. Mr.
Henry Nelson and family from Bell
Buckle were here Saturday and Sun
day, shaking hands with old friends.
They spent the night with Mr. James
Davidson. . Mr. George Moppins was
in our town. Quite a nice crowd came
up Saturday night from Wartrace to
the entertainment given by the
Masons. Among the many were Mr. J.
B. Buchanan and wife. Rev. J. B.
Foxall and Miss Lovie Murphy. If
you- want to know the many good
things that the Negro is doing, read
the Nashville Globe. Mrs. Wm.
Knight and little family spent the
week end with Mrs. L. F. Rogers,
friends will greet her. Miss Lillian i Sister S. A. Sawyers of Nashville.
Hanks gave a delightful tea in honor Among the local Christian veterans
are extending this public invitation
We are expecting every superinten
dent of Sunday schools l'i the city.
If you nre interested in the welfare
of the child we expect you.
We are glad to add, to our dub
directory the Picrion Club. We are
always anxious to serve all clubs that
work in interest of all ths peonle. If
you havn't registered at the library
yet, come, see and be convinced.
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MISS MPY E BOWLEG AT
POCK CITY SCHOOL.
Coming as quite a pleasing distinc
tion is the appointment of Miss Mary
E. Bowling as teacher of Rock City
School. The many friends of Miss
Bowling, who is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Washingtoon Bowling and
who have watched her grow and de
velope into splendid young ladyhood,
delight to know she is to teach in the
community where she was reared.
Miss Bowling is an accomplished
member of tho younger set, with a
brilliant, promising future.
Mises Ida M. and Alice V. White
have returned from Spring Hill,
Tenn., where they spent a very
pleasant week attending the District
Conference of the C. M. E. Church.
JOS. L. JONES,
S. V". Chancellor and S. W. Councillor.
Pythian Temple and Sanitarium Commission, 1915-1917.
The Memphis District Tennessee
Conference M. E. Church closed with
the record of the best in its history.
It convened at Friendship, Tenn.,
Aug. 7-12, 1917. Rev. W. 11. Smith
D. S., was at his best. Peace, love
and harmony prevailed throughout the
session. Quite a large delegation
was present. Every charge on llu
district was represented less one
Therer-were from one to three dele
gates froiiV'each charge. Reports
were good and showed an advance
taver the preceding year. The papers
read by the young people were
splendid and showed that they had
given time and study in preparing
them. Those reading papers were
Misses Rohelia Martin and Willie B
Williams, of Martin. Tenn.; Miss Voru
Atkins, of Atoka, Tenn.; Mrs. Lillie
l.oyd, of Memphis, Tenn., Warren
Chapel. Mr. Chas. Bugg of Mason,
Tenn., and two young ladies of the
Tho conference was delighted with
the presence of Dr. J. C. Stierrcll
field secretary of Foreign Missions,
and Rev. Jesse P. Price of the Nash
of Mr. Fred Triges, of Nashville, the may be mentioned Father Johnson, ''Hie District, who stayed with us
Mrs. Ben Hodge has returned from house was beautifully decorated, audi Father Carter, Father Black and throughout the session. Their pres
Mnrfrpeshorn Mrs Ethel Prever is a four course menu was served. Mr. Mother Roundtree. Much credit and enco cave inspiration to the confer-
quite ill. Mrs. Ola Swan is sick. Mr. i Fred Triggs and Miss Ura Boyd e'i-j many thanks are due the pastor, Rev. ence. And, too, this being the home
George Ramsy has purchased a fine lertained with teautiful Mos while ( W. L. Harris, and the good people ot of Dr. Shorrell caused quite a gather-
Jersy cow from Mr. Elias Murphy.' Mr- Huburt Carter was at the piano. Lavergne for the kind and hospitable log of both colored and white, far and
Mr Charley Murphy passed the ex-1 A prize was given to the best card , nianner in which they received and near, to see him and listen to his soul-
aminatlon at Shelbyville and is ex-! player. Mr. Fred Triggs won the entertained the visiting ministers and stirring lectures, which were full of
pected to be called to the U. S. Army ! Pre wnicn was a gom pin.
at any time. Mrs. L. F. Rogers is pre
paring for the cold winter days she
has put up one hundred cans of fruit.
She says that she is puting up. fruit
for her self first,, and her neighbors
children. Mr. Johnie Frazler from
Fosterville were in our town Sunday.
Rev. J. P. Seabastine will begin his
THE LADIES' THIMBLE CLUB.
Mrs Emma Gibbs Hyde wi'l be
hostess "of the Ladles' Thimble Club
at her home in East Nashville Sep
tember 7th. All members are re
quested to be present.
delegates. Long live Lavergne and power.
may the good work bear fruit to the Brother M C. Mercer, of Centenary
advancement of the kingdom of M. E. Church of Memphis, Tenn.,
Mrs. Thos. Frazler was the week
end guest of her mother, Mrs. Henry
Berry at Franklin.
served as an electric fan in the con
ferenco. He kept the atmosphere
mire and a sweet breeze constantly
"owing with his sweet disposition and
joly sayings which nulte often ca'ise''
ronr of laughter. Would that more
of our laymen 'would' attend these
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HACK IF NOT SATISFACTORY. Sue. postpaid.
IMllffiSy POSTPAID 89c
Hair nets, brushes, combs and toilet articles
manufacturers' prices. St'nd two-cent stamp.
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riieeliiiKs and make themsulves active.
We were favored with the presence
of .Mr. Hobert Parker (white) of tho
town accompanied by several of the
leading citizens of his race who spoke
to us in commendation ot the worth
and rapid progress of our race.
The Rev. Dr. Swoop (white) evan
golist, who was conducting a meeting
in the city, preached one sermon
during the conference..
It being the aim of the conference
to save" souls as well as carry on
the routine of business, fourteen souls
were happily converted and six addl
tions to the church.
The new features of the district
were the organization of the District
Epworth League, Sunday School Insti
tute and Ladies' Aid Society.
The good people of Friendship with
their pastor, Rev. Edward Taylor,
spared no pains In making everything
pleasant for us while there. Total
TollerMon during, the conference, $73.
(Mrs.) L. V. Dowell, Reporter.