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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1917.
HAD WE f K LIN S
The- Were :n Such Condi
(rl lii II Hurt All
LUNG-VITA GAVE RELIEF.
Says It Has Done Mora Than Any
"I suffered for years with weak
lungs and they had gotten to where
they were sore all the time," says Mr.
D. S. Bush, who lives at Haley Sta
tion, Tenn., in his statement dated
August 20, 1917. "They would hurt
when I breathed and thought I tried
various doctors I got no permanent
relief until I began using Lung-Vita.
Really and truly it has done more for
me than all other medicines com
bined. I could not have been made
to believe before taking it that it
would have done what it has for me."
If you have a summer cold take
Lung-Vita and you will find yourself
free of it in two or three davs. Get a
bottle right away.
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and
Take this f!na Matin -In- g Qualit
Measure Suit and don't and Fit
pay us one cent tor It. Tttimn.
We want you to i-ct oni of our hich- Jl tewl
class FUKR. nDsoiulciv Free, no ynu
nnJ besides Vi:t bfl tho host- jL .
dre:fi'tl ir.Liti in your town IVnnng.. i t
oppiirti:u;y you carrot flflnrrt to f : ' SjJ
overlook. Don't tklny a mmuto. , ' - A
Drop us n line oramd us your narr.p V ; l
on a poHtnt e;ir,i n:i.I v.v Wilt Fintly I
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and postdct prepaid. j
THE PR JCKESS TAILORING CO.
LAVL0S0S COUNTY TEACHESS
There was a called nice! ing of the
Davidson County teachers held in the
court house Satunlav, August Sth at
10: HO a. m.
"Mrs. L. J. Merritt presiding after
devotional exercises the supervisor,
Miss Lottie M. llaygoml. addressed the
teachers. She spoke of the valuable
information given in the Hand-book
for Tennessee Teachers and re
quested all the teachers to use it as
an out lino for their work. Mr. W. C
Dotson. the Supt. and It. L. Wright
supervisor of the Intermediate grades
gave instructions on the limits for
the term and of the unity of spelling
reading and geography for certain
ii.-e aiiouier meeting would not be
-..... iiiwinii. i. w:ia i nin m
elect officers at this nicotine-
rr., - ,, . "
me tollowing onlcers were elected:
President Mr. R. h. Brown, Vice
iiranieiii. airs. Lovie Dismukes. Sec- wl" C0Ilie ()Ut 10 tne clt-v niKtt scno01
retary. Miss Amanda Perkins Treas- 'huilding on September 21st to hear
urer, Mrs. Sallie Thompson, Librar-Mrs' Sorter sing. She is a nighten
ian, Mr. Frank Hanim, Organist, Mrs '"e if you fail to hear her you will
Elnora Barton, Chaplain, Mr. G W mIss the opportunity of your life.
Vernon, Reporter, Mrs. Nannie p Mrs. Porter appeared here in Febru
Borter. ' 'lary 1!16 and held a largo audience
Executive Committee: Mr. W R N'ell bound for hours. The Lincoln
Davis, chairman, Mesdames Cora jj' ' County Colored Fair closed it annual
Fields, Lula J. Benton, N E Ross ' ! meetinp: September Sth. Owing to
R. H. Brown. Miss Emma Porter and lsevore rain the mnv(1 was snla11 1,1,1
Mr. Frank Hamm. I nevertheless we had a good time. We
The teachers adjourned to meet ' !'a(1 m"re horses ',nl ,,elter '"""sei
again on Saturday, nr-tniw.. m io,t ithan heretofore. The ftee for a'.l
As that will be 'our first mnnthiJ
we ask all
to be '
.BELOVED WOMAN CAT LED BY
Mrs. Mary Glenn Ewing, one of
Nashville's most beloved women
died at her home 1212 13th Avenue,
South, Tuesday morning September
4th. After an Illness of almost two
years. Airs. Ewing was a member of
the Primitive Raptist Church, where
she wis a cheerfiil and tireless work
er. She exhibited a beautiful devo-
i ne, liimny una was always a
lu er i or
kooii in ner communitv.
mio is survived by bor husband Mr.
THOU. A Kivinir ee.. ,1 ., ., ,,1. I 'ill...
Pnrrin W l.i.i i i .. -
iit iiii:. MIIT III II! HIM' A' 1'
eie ,w.i-.,r' J ; , V, K:
Mrs j n k cker n al"1
Mrs. Jane Rucker.
(Ilf! nnn th,.,.n ..!.. . , .. . ,
MK. JOHN P. PORTER A GRAND
DEPUTY K. P.
Mr. John P. Porter, the popular ,
Chancellor Commander of LightFoot .
Lodge No. 17 K. of P., has been com-',
missioned a Grand Deputy by the
Grand Chancellor of the State of j
Tennessee, Dr. J. P. Crawford. Mr. '
Porter's district comprises all of 1
Davidson County. This commission
was handed him August 28, 1917. Mr.
Porter is very active in fraternal cir-
cles, being connected with all the
leauing orners anu naving some omce
in them all. The Grand Chancellor
has made no mistake In selecting Mr.
Porter as it is believed that he will
make good in the new position.
Rev. W. S. Ellington, will preach
at Pleasant Green Baptist church
Tuesday night, September 18, 1917 in
is invited to attend. Foster Long,
a club rally. The choir will funlsh
music for the occasion. The public
President of Club No. 1.
I . ji,Ti ' '
thund i i i
woir ' if. S 1 ,
we 1 ' i " .
SoUT OF TOWN NOTES jf
We are still doing nicely In Sun
day school. Class No. 2 thinks that
we are doing fine as they have kept
the banner for three Sunday's. Our
superintendent, Mr. C. P. Arnold
still has the hay fever, but we hope
that he will soon get over It, Rev.
G. W. Gray our worthy pastor
preached two very good sermons Sun
day at 11:30 o'clock-, his text was.
Psalm 65:9, "The Lord provided for
them grain." At 7:30 o'clock he
spoke from Psalm 111:3, "His right
eousness endureth forever." His
sermons were spiritual and his hear
ers rejoiced as the words fell from
his lips. Mrs. N. E. Ross and little
son, of Una were the guests of Mrs.
Joeannift Draughn, Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. John King were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Arnold, Sunday.
After attending the 1!. O. Assembly
at Humboldt. Mrs. Fannie J. Kidd
spout two weeks with her sister. Mrs.
Angertino Mayo at Jackson, she re
ports a pleasant stay. Mrs. Martha
l'.rilev has returned from St. Louis.
i.Mo.. and reports Mrs. Arthur Butler I
'much improved. The Ladies Auxil- I homo in Shelbyville. Each one ex
iary held a very interesting meet-; pressed themselves as having enjoy
ing Sunday afternoon and hope that ed themselves to the highest. .Mrs.
all of the members xv ill be present j n. o. Whituker of Shelhyvllie, has
at next meeting. j returned home after spending a few
idays with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Russell.
The citv hiuh school opened on
September 4th. Prof G. T. Hull.
principal. Prof. W. A. Dobinsou i
second principal. Mrs. M. E. Smith, ,
intermediate teaiher and Mrs. J. i
"larl: Tarty, primary teacher. En- ;
. roUiiu-iu was very large, but not as I
lame as would havo been had it not j
been reported that there were sever-
al cases of diphtheria in town. Ihe
I'acultv hopes t make this one of
the best t'Tms in the history of the
'school. Kev. W. H. Reynolds de
livered the opening addrcst
He.1 nobis said many good
What he said is not only t
Ihe present generation but
good for generation yet to be born, j
if leiniie.i it.iu-n to them After Rev.!
ItcvnnbU a. Id re. Prof. C. T. Hall, i
the principal made a general lecture
to tie1 teachers and pupils. V, e hope!
pa vents will do tlieir nticrinost to
Keep their children in school dunngj
this term. Quite a number of par-j
cuts make a sad mistake by keeping j
their children at home three fourths,
of a school term and think the teach- j
er has a right to promote them at the j
end of the term. Remember the old j
proverb, "Your works will follow
von." Mr. N. M. Rliamie who is!
working for the N. C. and St. L. R. R. I
Co., lias been transferred from the'
Southern division to the Northern
division ot me roan. .Mr. unauie nas
i i,rrn u wuu in Liir ni.m ni nmu. i
vears. He is not only transferred
, , , , . i I
1,111 promoted, he is now located near
Hickman, Kf. We hope everybody
Pce was won by Ronnie Direct,
invnnil liv Ale A nvnni or Smitn ft
ll. 11 -T- nnnln ,.rn,l h a
I1UWC1I, lUllll. UUU11IC ,U l"
! fastest mile ever paced here in a
colored fair. Time 2-14 Vi , last
quarter 31 seconds. Mrs. Flrancis,
Rice is sick this week, we hope for
her a speedy recovery. Mr. Hayes
W. Houston spent Sunday with his
wife. Mr. Houston has a pos'.tion
with the N. C. and St. L. R. R. Co.,
near Hickman, Ky. Miss Barbara
j Clark of Howell was in Fayetteville
Saturday attending the Fair. Mr. Cur
nelius McDonald of S. D. was in Fay
ieltevillo last week, visiting friends and
! relatives. Mr. McDonald is a promising
ottni: man. Mrs. l. J. f incn ot
,. , ..,. . .u .
I 111 II o, I C!S 1 llcili nuc in
of her brother, tho Rev. G. W. J. Mc-
Mrs. Finch was reared near
! Favettville. She is tho daughter of
iMr. Cass McDonald, who is one of the
lolrteat and wealthiest colored men in
Lincoln County. Mr. N. M. Rhanie
will attend the State Fair at Nash
ville on the 21 and 22 inst. We hope
him a pleasant trip. Mr. and Mrs.
William Buchanan left for Detroit,
Mich., last week. We regret to lose
them sociallv, but glad to know
that thev will better their condition
financially. Mr. Ira Ringo has been
very sick for the past week, but he
is better at this writing. Mr. Ringo
is one of the oldest citizens of Lin
coln County. We hope for him a
speedy recovery. Mr. Bud Larking
of Winchester was with us this week,
he will visit Nashville one day this
; week. He is working for the N. C.
and St. L. R. It., but now off for a
vacation. Mr. Clay Haynes left for
Nashville last Sunday on business.
'We hope him success. Prof. G. T.
Hall, lost a gold headed umbrella,
i finder will be rewarded. Please pay
up this week to the Globe.
Sunday was a damp and cloudy
day. The church goers could not do
as they wished, but Rev. Hill, the
Kentucky Evangelst is preaching
each night to large crowds. His
meeting will be continued two weeks
at the A. M. E. Church, of which
Rev. A. E. Martin is pastor. Rev.
E'lly, of Alabama preached at the
Mt. Zion Baptist Church Sunday
nlght He wag on hls wav t0 Coium.
j ,)la Teml Rcv E D Holti ot ,,cl
j ver(iier, was in town last week. The
en ,.,., lnmeni eiven ulier the aus-
of Mrs. Thomas Russell, was!
n success for the benefit or,wiii re nnisnea ny tne l ourt'i nnn'm-
beautlflj ing Howard Chapel M. E. ; ot September, and on that day there
Church, Thursday night, September I 1 1 ir a lor-ud Bisket Dim pr- .ic!i
flth, 1917, of which three young nil day. All preachers nnd enngreen
ladles of Shelbyville participated, to-:tlons are invited to come there w'll
gother with some of our local talent, j lie a way prepared for all those yho
The program w.13 ns follows: Music; Come to get from the car. There
Prayer by pastor, Rev. J. W. Rich-1 will be n concert given at thif "since
niond: Music; Recitation, "My I the peeond Saturday night in October
Breeches," Assa Lee Clendenon; Solo 1 for the benefit of the church. It is
"Tho Old Church Choir," Miss Mollie j said by some of the leaders of the con
Wlgglns, Shelbyville; Selection, Dun-'rei-t that there will be such funnv
bir, Mrs. Addle C.upton; D''ett 1 plays in it that you will laugh the.
"Some Day the Silver Chords Shall
Break," Mr. Wood and Miss Rhoten.
Selection, Dunbar, "Encouragement,"
Miss Thelma Edgar, Shelbyville;
Paper, Subject. "Every Christian a
Missionary," Mrs. Thomas Russell;
Recitation, "Kate Shelby." Miss
Pauline Davidson, Shelbyville; Solo,
"Old Time Religion," Mr. Woods;
Remarks by Drs. Jones, and Ramsey.
and Prof. Anderson. Every one en
joyed themselves. Many thanks to
the Shelbyville girls. Come again, I
girls, we will be glad to have you.
$9.15 was realized. Miss Thelma
Edgar, Mollie Wiggins, anif Pauline
Davidson are spending the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Russell's
daughter, Lena. The beautifying of
the church is almost complete, for
which much credit is due Mrs. Thom
as Russell. For when it comes to
church work, she is there. Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Russell, entertained
Friday night. September 7, 1917. in i
honor ot their daughter's guests.
Misses Edgar, Wiggins and Davidson
of Shelbyville. Conversations were
enjoyed until a late hour, utter
which a tempting ice course was
served, thev then took their leave for
Mr. Roy Anderson went
viLo Friday and motored
Lebanon in the new car
bv Mr. Ernest 15. Oi'iccr.
to N ash
sie Johnson and Mrs
lioidon were the afternoon
.Mrs. Carrie Clark, .Monday.
Birdie P. Laudis has returned lioma
from Nashville after spending some
lime with her cousin, Miss llattie
Lee l eaks of . Koliertson street,
she reported a pleasant stay. Mr.
! favorite Price has returned homo
things. ! after spending some time in Indian
;ood for ! apolis, Ind. Those on the sick list
will bet are Mrs. N. R McGregor, Mrs. Susie
.cuncu aim mue .loninue ,
Keith. The many friends of Mrs.
Myrtle Hundcox will be
lad to know
she is able to be out again. Mr. .luo. ,
and Wesley Johnson have returned
home form Chicago, 11!.. where they
have been engaged in work. It
seems as though the ' prea ' hers ia
Lebanon are expecting some real
cool weather. At six o'clock Sunday
morning Rev. Krwin and his can
didates went down to the water and
at two o'clock Rev. Riley was there
ready to carry his candidates in. so
Sunday was a' great baptizing day.
There was quite an interesting pro
gram at Pickett Chapel Sunday eve
at :! o'clock, under the management;
of Mrs. A. L. Anderson. The follow-
u ro!;ram was rendered:
! Holy. Holy;" Invocation by Prof. N.
V. wuoun, or.i ii u 1 1; ica'""n
H E Krwin; "All Hail the Power of
C. Woods; Scripture Reading, Kev.!
Jesus' Name, Congregation; Selce-j
(ion. by the choir; Solo, Mrs. A. P. :
Ward; Duett, Miss Johnson and j
Woods; Reading, Miss Mau l oon-
folk; Selection, by the choir; heclta
tion, Little Margaret Anderson; So
lo, Mrs. Odia Heliums; Paper, (Kind-
I ness) Mrs. L. D. Keith; Duett, .Mrs.
I Heliums and Miss ISostiek; llecita
jtion Cathernia Martin; Selection,
!'by the choir. Collection taken by
I Mr. A. D. Keith and Mr. John
Scruggs. The fourth Sunday in
I September all members of Pickett
Chapel are asked to be present am:
pay their $2.00. This is our closing
rally for this conference year, so
please help us to have a successful
rallv bv doing your part. Dr. S. M.
I'tley of Nashville, will preach night
morning. Hear nun. inline
fnlitprinfi Martin was the guest ot
little Margaret Anderson Sunday
liev W. II. Adams closed out his
meetinii Sunday night. It proved to
be quite a' success. Miss Janie L.
My lea will leave Saturday for Nash
v tile, where she will enter school at
Walden University. Mr. Herschel
Harris left Friday for Nashville. Mrs.
Nelia Hay ley and son, Henry, Mrs.
Josie Mack and daughter, Miss" Irene
James, 'Mrs. Malinee Bridges, Mr.
John Figgens, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Neal and baby motored to Lebanon
Sunday and dined with Rev. and Mrs.
I'b'L'ins and in the afternoon they
were hi'-'hly entertained by Miss Ka
tie Martin at the home of her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. George Roberc
son. A delicioua ice course was
served to the entire guests. Beauti
ful Is the concrete home of Mr. Jno.
Weir being erected on Owen street.
Mrs. Will Humble left today for Ken
tucky. A wedding of much interest
was that of Miss Susie Kine to Mr
Jess Chamlin. Mr. Jno. Allen of
Chicago, ill., is mingling with friends
here this week. He was the after
noon guest of Miss Fannie Ward
Tuesday. Let me leave yoa a Globe
dt your door -rach Saturday for only
He a copy. Mrs. A. L. Ander-on.
Rev. Wm. Bradlev, pastor of the
Haven Chapel M. E. Church, has just
closed a most successful and spirit
ual ten days revival with five con
versions. He was assisted by Rev.
0. Brvant. pastor of Rock Citv Bap
tist Church, pvd Rev. E. Yateman, of
this place. Rev. Bradley is makiner
ready for his annial conference
vbich convenes at Tullahoma in Oc
tober. LAKE PROVIDENCE.
Our church and Sundav ' school 's
progressing fine. Rev. Hogan of Fif
teenth avenue Bantist Church preach
ed a most wonderful sermon Sundav
night, he chose for bis tevt. "How
come you here, and who invited you."
Everybody enjoyed the sermon. Lake
Providence Baptist Church's crv Is
now come over anl he'p us. for we are
s'andlng in tho need of 'belp. Our
church that we are striving to erect
buttons off your clothes, so please
please come out and Bee and hear all
of this for yourself. Miss Edna Holt '
of rentBwood was the guest of Mss
Eunce White Saturday anl Sunday.
She reports an enjoyable time. Miss !
Willie Frnzer Rucker of No. Nashville j
was the guest of Miss Wilhelmina ,
Slaughter of this place. Mrs. Velma ;
Tulltis and- sister are visiting their ! I
mother of this place and seem to have , I
a fine time visiting their relatives and
Rev. E. R. Reed, has been carrying i
on his revival for the last two weeks ,
and has been very successful, having j
with him the last week Rev. S. J.I
Howard of Nashville, our ex-preslding
elder, and we were certainly glad
to have Rev. Howard with us once ,
more. Dr. Fowler spent last week ! J
with his mother, completing the home I
he has so beautifully built for her. I
Everybody was gled to have Dr. i I
Fowler home again, and certainly ad
mired his thoughtfulness for his ;
mother. Mr. Butler of Nashville was j
with him through his work. St.
: Matthew A. M. E. Church was glad
to havo Dr. Fowler and Mr. Butler I
i with them In their meeting.
j Revs. S. J. Howard, R. E. Reed,
I Dr. Fowler, Mr. Btuler, and Mr. Tally!
1 took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. j
! G. Penson, Friday. Dr. Fowler and
-Al.r- 1!ll,le'' Icft for, Nashville Friday!
night on the one o'clock train. Rev,
S. J. Howard left for. Nashville Satur
day morning. Rev.'E. R. Reed preach
ed at Locust Grove, Sunday, and here
Sunday night. Mrs. A. B. Stalls and
Mrs. Young Burgless, spent Saturday
in Lynnvillc. Miss lrino Kennedy,
spent Tuesday in Lewisburg. Alias C.
A. l uliins spent Saturday and Sunday
with homefolks in Pulaski, and she
returned to her school work Monday
morning. Miss Pullins is moving
along with her school work with the
assistance of Mr. James Lee who has
proven to bo very faithful. Mr. and
Mrs. Bert L. Laird, Mrs. Tagg Bur
gos. Miss Irine Kennedy, and Miss
Christine London, took dinner with
Mr. and -Airs. W. L. Penson, Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hardy a
line baby boy. Mrs. Hardy and baby
are doing nicelv at this writing. Com-
s played Farmington boys
at Farmington Saturday ti-4 in favor
of Cornersville. Mr. James Lee
Chaparone.l the hoys over. Mr.
Wallace Xix and Mr. Waymon Per
kins and other young men of Corners
ville, spent Wednesday in Petersburg,
Mrs James Penson spent Tuesday nnd
Wednesday with relatives in Peters
Rev. John Phillips of Wessyngton
was called to Xashvillo Thursday
morning to attend the funeral of his
sister. Miss Louise Phillips. Mr. John
Creon spent holiday at Turnbrsville
Monday and had a pleasant, time with
his friends. Farmers of this county
are busy gathering the harvest.
Tobacco and corn crops are fine. The I
women ot tnis county nave taKenion her home
great interest in tho canning business
than ever before. It seems as if every
woman intends to have her share in
very thing along that line. Rev. E.
.Neblet a wonderful speaker or port
uoyai. preacnea a soui stirring ser-
mon at the Antioch baptist church
His words were with power. Text
3rd chapter of the 1st Cor. After
preaching a wonderful sermon he was
elected as pastor of Antioch Baptist
Church. Members of this church seem
to be proud of their new pastor be
lieving he will do what is right. Mr.
John Williams, of Wessyngton, and
Miss Maggie Sherrnd of Cedar Hill
were quietly married, Sunday evening.
The bride and groom took a pleasant ;
walk to church Sunday night and
seem to be very happy and cheerful.
Mrs. Alonzo Napier, of Wessynton,
spent a pleasant evening with mother
and sister of Kenney Station. Miss
Carrie Williams spent Saturday even
ing at Turnersville with her friend
Miss Fannie Long. Miss Jennie JJar-
den spent the day at Turnersville at
the home of her father. Miss Winnie
Gardner spent Sunday night at Wes
syngton, with her sister. Mrs. Guss
Darden of Turnersville was the guest
of Mrs. Allen Washington her daugh
ter. Miss Bell Darden of Strouds
ville. had for her guest Sunday even
ing Miss Santafe Williams, Miss An
nie B. Ellis, Miss Carrie Williams
and Mr. Emmet Wells. Mrs. Allen
Washington had for her guest Sunday
evening Mrs. John Phillips and chil
Mrs. N. E. Ross and son, Wm. Jr.
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Collier at Antioch, last Sunday. Revs.
C. H. Simmons and S. F. Majors
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lenard
Leech, last Sunday. Mrs. Belle
Cannon spent Sunday Avlth Mrs.
Mary "Watson, by the bedside of her
daughter, Mrs. Mary Eliza Cook. The
farmers are quite busy now haul-inn-
of theri produce including water
melons, sweet potatoes, tomatoes,
beans, butter beans and many other
eatables. Rev. C. H. lmmons
preached for Rev. S. F. Majors last
Sunday. Mr. Allen Searcy who was
indisposed for a few days is able to
he out again. Mrs. Jessie Miller
Smith has returned home after spend
ing 5 days at Arrington, Tenn.. with
he sister. Mrs. Bernetta Whitset.
With much pleasure Mr. Frank Ham
is highly appreciated as teacher of
of the Mt. Nebo school. Mrs. N. E. Ross
has resumbed her duties as teacher
in tho Bryant Town school. Many of
our members and friends were at the
rally at Lavergne.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas L Thompson,
entertained Wednesday, August 29th,
1917 from two to five o'clock in honor
of Mrs. Aex Thompson of Nashville,
Tenn.. and' Miss Annie Dodson of Kan
sas City, Mo. The following guests
were present: Mesdames Chas. J.
Howell, Jessie Hambrlck, B. Redmond,
E. Slaughter, Wm. Jones, J. H. Bar-, convention, uev. w. M. winnem be
bour. Montreal Canada, C. J. Johnson, ing indisposed was unable to attend
TI. Cla'-brooks, Gertie Hegler, Misses t the Convention in Atlanta, Ga. Not
Dolly Dodson V. E. Beatty, Kansas j knowing that Mrs. Anna qwen had
City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Chas J. gone to St. Louis, Mo for future
Howell entertained August 28, 1917 ! residence, Mrs. , Jennings and Miss
ln honor of Mrs. Alex Thompson, of j Kate Miller, of Helena, Ark., who
Nashville, Tenn. The following guests , were in Memphis thought they would
were present. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan , surprise their friend Mrs. Owen with
Samuel. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Clark, Mr. ! a short visit, finding her out of the
and Mrs. Jas L. Thompson, Mesdames city they were the pleasant guest of
Llllie Bntes, Jessie Hambrlck, Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Jno Bond on last Wed
Dollie Turner, Glyna Stannard, Alher-1 nesday evening, returning to Memphis
ta Barnett, Fannie Avant, Mr. and j on Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Alex Thompson, Misses Elma I J. H. Coleman, entertained a number
Howell, Annie Dodson and Messrs of their friends on last Wednesday
Johnson. Ducker. CocKrlll. Gordon, evening with a whist party. The
Wm. Cooper and Frank' King.
Is Bottled and on Draught
Will make you think of ye old-time drink.
It's a perfect beverage, the equal of any
and better than many.
Get a Glass or Stein or Bottle Where Soft Drinks are
The Williams Gerst Brewing Go.
Large Bottles for Family Use. Phone Main 393.
Mrs. Annie Ferguson ot Indianapo
lis, who has heen visiting Mrs. Emma
CnrtwriKht, will return home this
week after stopping a few days in
Xashvillo. Mrs. Cartwright will ac
company her homo, and will visit
Chicago. 111., before returning. Miss
Sdiumia Tally, a graduate of the musi
cal department of Fisk, will give a
recital at. the public school building,
on the 21st. Music loving people are
expecting: a treat. A very successful i
revival is in progress at Mt. Zion
llaptist Church. There have been
about thirty converts up to date, i .;Ugone Wilson, the auto party enjoy
Rev. E. F. Gooch, is preaching. Rev. j eil t)e passing sceneries. Mr. and
J. II. Ellis of the M. E. Church was; jlrs. 0scar Davis, one of the most
here a few days. Rev.'Ellis is a man j competent chauffeurs of Brownsville
of Cod and an exemplary minister. ; all(i i,jS wjf, jirs. Nancy Fields Davis
Would t liar we natt more ministers
like him. Prof. J. B. Lehman of Ed
wards Miss., was hero with an archi
tect, last week, Plans and specifica
tions were drawn for the buildings. It
was not definitely announced just
when the work- will begin, but the
school is a certainty. Mrs. Maggie j
Key has returned from Illinois. The j
teachers of the public school have pur-!
chased a late model oil stove. They j
propose to inaugurate a domestic
science department, and serve warm
nmnld Tho hMca hntlll fa trt hA TA.
organized, and probably some f ema o 1
members will bo added. Mrs. Lula
r., t1 m,i,in, Enmn improvements
Miss Laura Dwiggins,
who has been sick quite a while, is
Improving and hopes to he out soon.
Rev. Woodson spent Sunday in
rinnVn,1 TVTw T T Troll wlin p-rnillinf-
ed from the State Normal, was here i gupt, Mr. Alex Hill, many new mem
last week. He will enter Fisk unlver- bers are being added to the First
sity this year. Ave predict tor mm
a brilliant luture. rne soicner uoys
were given a farewell dinner Sunday
at Mr. L. Trails.
Mrs. Clara B. Taylor, and her at
tractive little ones, Channle, Mar
gerite. Graves Evans, and Robt Leon,
left Saturday evening for St. Louis,
Mo., to join her husband, Mr. Linnie
Taylor, who has been there foit more
than 3 months. Mrs. J. R. Gloster
and her little son, Hugh, are the
pleasant guest of Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Morris, for a day or so. Dr. "W. D.
Clayborn, spent the week pleasantly
in Nashville. Mr. Jas A. Hess, of
Chicago. III., is the pleasant guest of
his mother, Mrs, Prlscilla Hesse. Mr.
Hesse is a former Brownsville boy and
his many friends are delighted to have
a hearty hand shake. Mrs. Sallie
Peeples and Miss Cora Black have
returned to their homes in Memphis,
after spending several days pleasant
ly with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peeples.
Mrs. Callie Johnson who has been ill
for some time is much improved.
Mrs. Cynthia Walker, has been ill for
more than a week. Mr. Richard Long
ley, who has heen ill for some time is
convalescent. Mr. Ermo Taliaferro,
is much improved at this writing.
Mr. Bertha McLin, has been indis
posed for more than a week. Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Peeples are expecting
their . daughter, Mrs. Lela Peeples,
Parker, of Memphis, Wednesday of
this week for an indefinite stay with
them. Miss Alice Manney, has re
turned home after spending several
day in Union City, the pleasant guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Wells. Mrs.
Hanna Chambers and her little grand
daughter, Ezra Lee Totten'of Union
City will spend the autumn and winter
with Rev and Mrs. A. A. Parr. Mrs.
Chambers is Mrs. M. L. Parrs' mother.
Her presence will add a deal of hap
piness in the home, which was recent
ly made nuite lonely. Mrs. Sara
Parr of Dyersburg Is the welcome
guest of Rev and Mrs. A. A.v Parr. It
is a pleasure to have his mother and
his mother-in-law both in the home
together. Mrs. Parr will spend sever
al weeks. The revival is going on at
Farmers Chapel, of which Rev. B. P.
Mnri-AW la thft nhtn nnstnr. MrH.
Mnn,i t.pa AimHn nf Memnhis. has
ro.rnort hnn nfmr snprniin? Hnveml
j dava with her 8lBtei.( Mrgi j08ephine
, Grigley. Misses Bettie and Clara Davis
and Maud Batchelor, of the Willow
Grove Neighborhood are attending
Dunbar. High school. Miss Massle
Batchelor og the Friendship neighbor
hood who has been ill for more than a
month is much improved. Rev. M. H.
Holoway and Rev. Hardin Smith
snent last week in Atlanta, Ga., where
they attended the National Baptist
I Convention. Rev. Perkins pastor of
j St. Paul Baptist, also attended the
home was beautifully decorated with
uu .gen in uniu a mie r :
oiossoming ,piams. vtuisi. aa
' .r;Mr. and Mrs. Allen Snel ng.
l-a tiilnmnti wits ncc ctori in rOPOlV- 0
.11 I T. VMlt.lllllll 1U1 Ukl.ll,njil i a v. . .
ing her guest by Mrs. Nohia Murphy
The outer town guests were Miss
Kate Miller and Mrs.- Jennings of
Helena. Ant. ur. Jonn .m. l,ui, a me-iT,
iiiury Knimuuc ul hi. iu,u..h
meuicine in urownsviuo ur. u. neu-
mail, umi uu u.uu.,c uu uimi;.. ,
of Stanton, spent Friday afternoon in
Iirownsvillo. Mr. and Mrs. Howell
wiiSOn, Mrs. Lucy Reed, Mr. and Mrs.
Vnirono Wilson, snent Sunday in Henn-
jngs with the capable chauffeur, Mr.
motored to Jackson, last Thursday
fternoon. On last Thursday morn-1
ing uev. a. a. rarr conuucteti rne i
i funeral services of little Robt Bond,
I the only child of Mrs. Lula Jan Jar
rott, who departed this life last Tues
day, September 4, 1917 at Jane
Terrlll Hospital, Memphis. He was a
bright child with a sunny and loving
disposition. He was the favorite of
the home. He was a student of the
imnbar School. heiiiK a mim'l of Mrs.
rj. J. Porter. The interment
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Jarrett has the heart felt sympathy
f w ,nnv .tviomia at Wonrv !
Z''' .,.,v,.- m... '
lamina u ami iMizauetn, who nave
been quite 11 are Improving rapidly.
Prof A. Bailey, of Jackson, spent Sun-
day in Brownsville. Through i the un-
tiring efforts of the able and Christian
Baptist Sabbath school. Mr. Tom
Adams has moved to Jackson for fu
ture residence. Mr. Bennie Crenshaw
has gone to Memphis to spend a
week or more. The Ideal Club under
the leadershpi of Mr. J. W. Leigh and
The Prim Rose Club, Avith Mrs. M.
L. Parr as leader meet each Tuesday
evening at the First Baptist Church.
Rev. R. L. Boyd, preached a won
derful sermon, Sunday and had a ful
house, collection $27.25 Second Mis
sionary Baptist is moving on. Rev. R.
L. Boyd is a fine young preacher and
we all love him and wish for him
success where ever he may go. Rev.
Green Campbell, the pastor of Beech
Branch church died August 25th, he
had heen pastoring this chtrrch for
19 years, and was much loved by all
He was 70 years old. Miss Precious
Anthon, made a trip to Waynesboro,
Ga., Saturday. Mrs. Chainnie Dixon
of Waynesboro, Ga., spent the day with
her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson
Dixon, Sunday. Miss Reona Oliver
passed through Sordis, Monday en
route to Silvania, Ga. Mr. J. D. Sapp
has bought him a new auto. We are
very glad to hear of Miss Clara E.
Vannoy's success in her school. Miss
Vannoy is tho daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Vannoy of Manchester,
Tenn. Mrs. Ella Vanno, is up and
going around again we are very glad
to see her well. Mr. Sunnie Vannoy
has returned to his home in Miller,
Ga., after three weeks visit in Macon,
Ga. We are very sorry to hear that
Mr. Heard Gant, mashed his foot,
we hope he will be all right and out
again soon. Mr. O. W. Gant has a
very painful accident on the creek,
we hope he will be better soon. Miss
Rosie Vannoy, has gone to Philadel
phia, Pa., to make that her home Mr.
G. L. Ferguson, is setting down a Baw
mill in a new place and hopes to be
sawing very soon. Mrs. E. R. Roberts
visited Mrs. G. L. Ferguson, Monday.
Mr. E. R. Roberties has subscribed
for the Globe for one year. Any one
wishing to subscribe for the Globe,
see Mrs. G. L. Ferguson. Mrs. Birdie
Davis and Mrs. Mamie Brown made
a trip to Silvain, Ga. Saturday. -
The opening and picnic given by the
Odd Fellow Lodge, was quite a sue-
cess every one enjoyed themselves
in the new hall Mrs Nina Firce
and little son, returned to their home
ill iai tvDviiic, ouiuiuaji iiiuiums
after spending two days as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley. Mr.
and Mrs. Wiley .were also honored
with the presence of Mrs. Tomas
Robinson and daughter - Bertha, of
i . - l .. i : 1 1 o 1 ;
Clarksville a few days ago, who had
a pleasant stay. Miss Lillian Dixson,
formerly of Clarksville, now residing
ln Cairo, 111., and a Junior of the
High School, here has returned to
her home after visiting her auntie
Mrs. Chester Trotter. Several young
ladies and gentlemen were invited to
her home Sunday afternoon, where a
three course menu was served, Mrs.
Andy Jackson improves very slowly.
Rev. T. M. Potters, will speak at the
A. M. E. Church Sunday. Misses
Rached and Inez Rogers, Messrs WU -
mer and Ulysess Rogers, Woodsom,
Plonery.and H. E. Wiley, Jr.wero
Invlted to dinner after church ser
vices, Sunday afternoon at the home
of Misses Maggie and Martha Kllgro
Our young men are very well satisfied
as they have not been called to war.
tnproveour nn quality:
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businwa. ehoieof nun, hand.
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vour flrat order, only Honmq
few hundrud cn tivud, fft yours qukk.
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j Our school opened last Monday and
i iib uearis 01 uu ot me cniiuren are
filled with Joy.
Mrs. P. S. Bean ia
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Patton announce
i the marriage of their daughter Miss
I fiessie to Fred Snelling on September
They will leave immedately
for Shelbyville, where they will visit
Mrs. Logan, the mother of Dr. J.
T.niTnn ,oft Pri,,nv fn, i,- hnmo
jn Mississippi, after a two
visit in our town, she was accompain-
by ner g,, Dr j jj LOgan 88
far as Memphis. Rev. M. J. Nelson
mot with a sad accident Saturday by
his horse becoming frightened and
throw him of and stepped in his face.
Wo hope for him a epeedy recovery.
Misses Dcssio Taylor, Lucy Taylor,
Sophia Maclin, Mrs. Lottie Taylor and
Mr. Jolct Davis motored to Memphis
Saturday, they report having had a
nice time. The revival meeting at
the different churches are coming to a
,.,,lon ...ilh ,,, ti,. n.
are looking forward
to tho meeting o ftheir Senard which'
will meet October the 10th and will
be in session a week, 'they are expect
ing 100 delegates. Among them
there will be good speakers from all
parts of the state. The public is
invited to attend these meetings.,
Rev. Johnson of Memphis is vistiing
our town TOr Jntinoti 1 hart in linln
rov Tvuna trt onnAuM mvlvol of
Kre "ilia was in today enrout'e to
ire"0I"a.'.. a?. t0'w enr.ou.te 10
1'rownsvnie. iir. a. rorter or Mason.
the undertaker, was seen in town on
business. Mr. J. R. McBride made
a tri t0 BrownaviUe ln the lnterest
of buil(,ing a new store at Keeling.
tho Hign 8chool under the manage.
ment of Rey N j Nelson ,g meettng
with much success.
Mr. Luther Cunnings is kept busy
street repairing. Little Miss Kathar
ine Pankey, of Pikeville, was here
visiting the fair and many of her
friends this week. She was accom
pained by her friend Miss Robinson.
Mrs. Angeline Spring mother of Dr.
L. Springs visited the Primitive Bap
tist Association at Hooker, Ga., last
week. Mrs. Jessie Cope, the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wooten of
this city suddenly died ln a northern'
city and her body brought here for
burial. Rev. F. A. Hatcher, preached
the funeral at the home of her parents.
Master Harvey Cannon, of Tullahoma
is spending a week with his cousin,
Master Julian Martin. Mr. John
Olliver is much better. Miss Grace
Oakes is looking forward to her re
turn to A. and I. State Normal. Dr.
and Mrs. W. J. Astrapp and friends re
gret that Bhe'will not remain ln our
Burg for all the time. Mrs. J. If. Haw
kins was in Jasper one day of this
week on business. Miss Arry Daren
port will be in service in Jasper,
Tenn., for an indefinite period. The
entertainment givensln favor ot the
Red Cross by Dr. Astrapp was a suc
Mr. L. G. Murray, presided over the
Sunday school Convention last week at
Mercer, Tenn. Mr. Kirk made an ex
cellent president for the Epworth
League convention at Mercer last
week Dr. J. C. Martin and editor
Hamlett, visited the Trenton District
convention, Sunday. Dr. W, D. Hol
der, spent Sunday in Humboldt.
Bishop Lane preached a great sermon
at Mercer, last Thursday. Prof I. C.
Snowden, made a trip to Whitville and
vicinity last week. Dr. S. W. Broome
of Memphis, was in hte city last
week. Rev. E. F. B. Amos had a large
crowd at St. Paul Sunday. Mrs. J.
A. Hamlett and the children retirn- -ed
home last Friday after four
weeks visit at Mason, and Dresden.
Mr.' Thomas McKendle of Gary, Ind.,
was in the city last week. Editor J.
A. Hamlett, left Tuesday for Tyler,
Texas, where he .will address the
Educational Convocation. Bishop I. H.
Lane and wife have returned from
Colorado statipg a delightful trip.
M.sp CW'a Br.-.c will leavj in a tew
Intra tr falrA tin liot WAt-lr nf fltdta
., . . -m u wii
I d, ' fe'w da Jacks0 and
: h rned t0 . Dayton
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To the host of readers of the Globe
Just a few dots. Last Sunday was a
record breaker for the church goers,
all three of the churches report a
glorious time. At 9:30 a. m., at the
; First Baptist Church you -could here
' that mellow voice of Deacon Walter
' Darrel sending forth its delightful
j notes in the morning breeze as the
; children gracefully made their way
; to take their places in the Sunday
school. Until a hdst of nearly 109
were seen in the Sunday school, At'
11:30 a. m. the spacious building was
neatly filled with anxious ones to
hear the message as It fell from the
j lips of thel rshepherd. At 6:31 p..
' m. the B. Y. P. U. Members and friends
filled their places and a splendid les-
son was taught by the President to
the delight of all. At 7:30 p. m. Dr.
Tate filled his place and as usual de
livered a big sermon. Collection dur
ing the day was $12.50. St. John
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