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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY OCTOBER 19. 1917.
THOUGHT HE r AD TRIED
III COUGH REMEDIES
Had Also Had Different Doctors
With Him, but Cot No
LUNG-VITA CURED HIM
After Taking a Ha f Bottle, Says
He Knew It Was What
He Need d.
" I had tried. I thought, all the
r.m.Ai.. tnr i no. trnnhta ..ii pniiirh.
and had tried the doctors and they had
nt1nrl iln An nnnrl m tri' a .
any icuei, Bays itir. ueii i c luti, who
lives in room 3 in the rear of 35 West
Virginia avenue, Memphis, Tenn.
"But your agent came along and ask
ed me te try Lung-Vita. I told him
ltwas no use but he Insisted and I
finally consented to try It. When I
started taking the medicine 1 had a
cough and hurt under my shoulder
blades and my lungs were sore. Be
fore I had taken a half bottle of Lung
Vita I found that it was what I had
beea needing for years. The pains
unner my snouiucr niaiies nnfl gone
and so was my cough.' Therefore I
recommend Lung-Vita to all people
suffering as I was."
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and
Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of Egbert S. Graham, de
ceased. I hereby give notice to all
persons having claims against said
estate to file same with me, duly
authenticated according to law with
in the time prescribed by law, or they
will be barred; also all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to
make settlement with me.
Oct 12th. 1917.
C. N. Langston, Administrator of
the estate of Egbert S. Graham, de
E. Y. P. U QUARTERLY. 10c
per single copy, in lot- of five or more
6c per copy.
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OBJE TWLL CHARTS, it Jl 00
'i.K GE, at $1,00
SYSTE UT1C BIHLE DERS rotI9SE. at
IV ner Ant n or tl-25 rr hundred.
Study Course books
Outline History of Negro Baptists, 60c
What Baptists Believe and Practice,
at 10c per copy; $1.00 per dozen.
Training in Church Membership at 60c
My Brother and I. at 25c
God and Me. at 25c
Send All Orders to
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523 Second Avk, N Nashvllla, Ti.
TREATED ONE WEEK FREF
5htt brcnlMhB r?l pvi'd In few bmirn el)ln, wntei
ikJ uric nHti rem vwl a f l-iy - r- lm, ts Nvit
krineyittn t't.irt. Writ f-r Frj TrUI Tr atmant.
LOLLUW DKUI SY KLMKDY LU, Upt. 9 ,
r!T P rt iro to H
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hu4itfor my heir. IMim r?ow lo'li lt.
t... 1 1. mT tt.i.k. ft ft .t,U fc.!" 1 i c.tt
M, ix mi hair uj uT 1 ut t. 11 1 t . !.
Uit cior In tii woilJ, UU., fcA.kj
Dun't be fooled e'l your life by iminrr
ome flto preparation which cams
to straighten kinky hair, ou ore just
ioolins youreelit y usini; it. Kc'l.y
hair cannot bo ir.ado ;rji; ht. ou
muM have hair first. Now litis
h a Half Grower which feeds the scalp
and roots of tl-.e bsir end makes kinky
nappy hair grow long, soil and silky.
It cleans dandruff and slops l'ullinit
Hair at once. Price 25c by mail on
receipt o sumps or coin.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
aVrtta far PartlcpUra
tOMUHTO MKOtCINK CO. TUKT, OA.
WANThU AT ONCEI
Three Hitfli Grade
Priniem And One
Bight Safer? io Tttt'BIb
Msiai Mm othar mevsl aspBljr,
Ketmal fall Ulonsiatlsam la the
AtleVesi PriaHig Dcparimeit
NstUaftl Baptist Pnfc. Boar,
iHSecoa. Ave., North,
'" ",D "'"Ugo; Fourth Ave.
if' . 2
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
FLAT BOCK. I
t a, o t-..
Zj?wMi I' LS.
son Chanel M. E. Church
n,atr n i? w w.iuin. t'.i on
On Friday and Saturday. Sept 28 i
and 29. Prof Davis with his boys.!
thn Snuth Nashvilla Juvenile Rand i
was with us and on Saturday night;
Oct. 6. 1917 they had a chltling bud-
per ai tne residence 01 sister v mie i
McKeever's residence our Treasurer,!
Nearly every mem-:
ber responded liberally. We realized j
a neat little sum of Thirty three dol.
lars. We want to thank the com'
munlty at large.
Mrs. Annie Y. Coleman, President.
Mrs. Mamie Henley, Secretary.
Miss Vinie McKeever, Treasurer.
Mrs. Williams, Miss Brown and
Rev. and Mrs. Goodull were at JacU-
son. Tliey were the guests of Mrs.
Spairn of west Hale street. The
marriage of Miss Bidden and Mr.
Watson took p ace Thursday evening.
Octoher 4th. Mr. John spann is out
of the city on a vacation. He is
visiting his aunt, Mrs. Mollie How
ard, nt Memphis, and w 11 leave for
a short stay in Chicago, 111., and
Omaha, Nebraska Mrs. France
Prince has just returned from si
short visit to Ripley, Miss. She
had a delightful stay with her friends
Mrs. S. P. Morrow was in the city
last week. She was welcomed by her
friends. Mrs. Mary Malone from
Mason is here. She Is planning on
mnkii'or the vear a success at
College. Miss Ex'e Brown left 1
thft pitv fnr SstntA Vm-mnl snlinnt nt I
The churches of our town are do
In? nice work under the direction of
their pastors. We are Messed In
having well prepared men as our
eospel leaders. We have the follow-
Inp ministers In our ritv and who
are doing efficient work: Key Memo-
ral, Dr. Thompson (Theologian); jnttendln? the tonrerence. rev. n...
First Baptist. Dr. A. C. Kenoa, D. D..j rlen was sent hack to his hanny flo"k
A B., M. D. (Theolosian); Mount ! Fverv one greeted h'm with a hannv
Zion Baptist. Dr. Nanee, D. D. (Theo-J f-mile aid elceme arms. Mrs. Hr
loirlnn); Allen Chape' A.M. E.. U Moore Is sirk at this wrHlne. Mr
Dr. A. P. Grav. D. D. (Theologian); j Clifton Ptrn-We of Van Rren. Tenn
Ml. z,ion irmmive uapusi. it. rum-
hie. D. D. (Theologian). All of
these men aro we'l prepared and are
proving their titles. Mr. Jerry
Cheers la on the s'ck list this week,
and Is improving under the care of
Dr. G C. Harden. Dr. A. C. Kenon
leaves this week for Nashville to
perform a snnrlcal operation upon
one of his patients. Dr. J. P. lliek-
man lias returned irom nis mooring ,
V,1" t0, St J'0,li! M0' Ir,W- V'1v 'n Tnllahr-ma visiting the M. E.
Alexander who accompanied him fl'i reference. Mr. Ernest Hoard, of
bo returned Mrs. J. D. But er who Ohio,-formerly of this place
has leen vis tin? her aunt. Mrs. vV. i . .... hl hom Mr-
C. Cheers, has returned to Chattanoo-1
pa. Miss Lizzie nutter is on
Bick list this week. Dr White
Walden University, spoke to the col-P.
ored citizens at Key t. napei last ftion-
daynlL-ht. The doctor is lopical The
Al'en Chanel nutptt win pe i nea uv ,
Rev. Vf. C. Cheers on the fourth
Sunday of this month at 11 a. m.. in
the absence of the pastor, Dr. Grav.
The theme heing Unitv In the
Household. Mrs. M. H. Bripht, one
of the foremost trained nurses of
our race and who is a staunch and
efficient worker in racial deve'opment
has entered Lincoln Hospital of
New York for a Post
Course. Mrs. Bright is an Ideal
young woman, oonvnp from one ot
of Tennessee's prominent daughters.
"ennessee's hest families, and Is otio
We hone for her abundant success chap'ed No. 101 and delivered to the
at Lincoln. Mrs W. C. Cheers plans j members a most delightful as well
visiting Mrs. Marshal Cheatham nt as an Instructive lecture. Each one
Nashville nt an earlv date. The was well pleased immediately after a
Rutherford Countv Fair was a sue- , hearty menu was spread and enjoy
inoi ,vov irn nrt7Pa word ii-1 e l by all. Come again please Royal
,i "n.ia rnrm nm -
ducts nnd lincl, Mr.. T. But -
lor. president, and Mr. Admisnn. so-
retprv, with a nnml or of other lead
ing members of our race nt Murfrees
horo, s"ared no rn'ns In mok'n"
Fa r what It was ltored to he. Frost
has fa'len; pcrs'nimons ere ri"e-O'pot-sums
rumbling Farmer, get
The Comity Solinol .'air wltresed
tho lartrost proreIr-n of Nptro clill-
hlrcn ever scon in 3ne!!yvil'e The
exerclpes were 'ntore-ttn? yt'
oill. AiHiruseH wtiiu iiiunu n iiu..
S: C. Rainey, ?er. Ell ort Woolly,
Prof. R. O. Laws nnd Mrs. Mn"?'e
Kev. Tbe teaolierfi are inde! tea to
the following persons for nssistanre
rendered on te ccaston: Mrs. I.llza
rn1.nn,,.cr.n A1a Annla ATnl PntlPV.
1 ii"lll jr,"u, .'i,. .,!. .v ...... . .
Mra Pnntlnn Pnnn. Mrs. Emma
Thomosrn. Mrs V'e'lev Wliltelt'es.
Mrs. Lula Crcr nnd Mrs. Tnnn'e
Scales. A handsome sum was real
ized for tho school treasury. It was
a rreiit day for education.
The lartrest nnml er of persons at-
tending the Jones' funeral from Shel-1
byvllle, was a worthy tribute to a
worthv man. Tne funeral was
preached by Rev. T. H. Bushy, assist
ed by Rev. J. B. Foxall and Prof.
J. C. McAdams. The foUowlntr per
sons went through in cars: Mr and
Mrs. Yf. H. Campbell, Mrs. E lie
Bias, Mrs. Moggie Key. L. Trail, Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Campbell, Miss
Kathleen Davidson, Rev. C. C. Caron-
111, Mr. Henry Knott, Mr. J. W.
Scott and Mr. Clay Porter. Kev.
R, A. Dowell stopped off on his way
te the annual conference at Tullaho
ma. Mrs. Mae Caesar Porter gave a
recital at the public school bu'ldlnir
Monday night Owing to short no
tice, the audience was not what It
should have been. A return enpape-
ment will show better results. Rev.
H. V. Ooooh has traded his pony rig
for a handsome horse and bupgy.
Berry Owens is quite sick. Mrs.
James Greer fcave a very delightful
dinner party in honor of Rev. M. .
Jackaoa and mother. Those present
were 8er. Elbert Woolly and daugh
ter. Mrs. Ada Jennings. Mrs. Temple
Warren sad atlas Martha Lyons.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel
Brane entertained a number ot
friends in honor of tl.elr daughter.
. , ami. A t mt- H
airs, uiuo rvav ui tuiuu v nj o
Saraule Streeter of Nashville.
The truest list included Mr and Mrs.
SmItn and tw0 sons of Farmington.
Mr. and Mrs- Thomas Brane, Mrs.
Burkeen. Mr. Samuel Oats, Mrs.
Pete Adams and son, and Mr. Wm.
Sims. Mrs. Prnns vas sssnod
serving a mree nr momi 17 u.-i
daughter. Mrs. Adams. Mrs. Ray and
Mrs. Streeter are life-Ions' devoted
friends. I eing reared ns neighbors
and near same a?e sirs, nay wm
leave Monday evening for Union City,
from there she will po to Mvincie.
Ind., where she will make her fu
ture home. Mrs. Streeter will leave
for Chicago, 111., In a few days where
she w'll join her hns'and who Is
making' pood In the Trth.
Mrs. Flora Bell Cnttcher rave a
j Cnndy-PnlMntr at the homo of her rn
: reits, Mr. and Mrs. H'rehpl rum
I mim'S Sntvtrc'ny n1"M. rVfnVr 1"Th
1 0"!e n rii'niher nrtrttrlrmted In the
I pnlllnp. Those prefect we- Vlsee
rnr-mlrt'"'. Mvrt'e Ct'mmlnfS.
Gertrude Cumminys. Mnw Bell V't
' d'el. .lo'-e-ih'ne nov'e. Res'a Be"
; prnvlen, T e"la Partnn, Penp' nn1'
riTa Pe'l Cvmim'ncs: 'rs Idi Cum-n-livs,
Chas. L. Vitohcl, .Tas. Brovleo
will'e Vcmve, llohert Cri'lii" a"d
; T eodns Borden. Mr. J. PWard Mar
1 tin of Fowlnnd. Tenn., sent Pio-rlnv
'ns the ft'est of Miss I e"la Bnrto"
1 xiinni. Tloll Rnl'tnsnn sren
'''.' , .,. -e mump
ri'n"nv n uic cut-o, vi 1.1,-. .'
MlteheU. Mr. Tom Vaughn mPde p
fly'ng trip to Snarta. Tenn., Sitvr
dav. MIs Amnnria Evaps has grent
ly Improved at this writing. Her
brother, Mr. John Vaughn. snen
Sundiy at her ledslde. Miss MopIo
'Toird and her oonslns. Mam'e nnrt
Daisy Hoard, sent Sunday. Octo' er
7th. as the gnests of Mr. and Mrs
leslle Mitchell. Rev. and Mrs. w
M Ho'den have returned from Tuna
homa. Tenn., where thev have bee"
. V . ;., 1
ortonl i.nrlnv ns TnO CTllPSrS OE 1M 1
es Tvrtle Cummings and Flora Bell
Mr. Wm. Mitmiiv and wKe spent
Saturdnv and Sunday in Tullahoma.
Mrs O. H. Halliburton was the truest
; of Mrs. Cora Klzzer Sunriav. miss
. . ononf cnt,,r,inv nnrt Sun
Jane-Uo-rd m Wm Suten wlre
anA llffla inn Pntli worn In our town
'ia..Jn lt .nil Mr Tosatp Sim
' , ' ' . RnnhR'
n-ara tha rrlloata Ctt Mrs.
. anav pw. t. W. Sehastia"
hei, nere gsday nlaflit If
tbere ,g flny one th,ng that Wm,
Murphy knows how to do, It is to
make good sorghum. C. C. Fuggette
is a live wire in Sunday school
Jack frost has been our guest. Every-1
bodv is digging potatoes. Miss Versie
Oliver who is employed In town now
wag geen taking a car ride Sunday
afternoon with a fine gentleman. I
wonder who he was. Mrs. Ada
Laprade of Chattagnooga Royal Grand
Matron of the O. E. S visited Kutn
: O. M. After a lingering illness of
; 1 months Mrs Ida Marberry
i 'T' , '. . X." v.-.. x-'
Marherrv leaves a husband. Mr. Ned
1 Marberry and several children. Further
: information did not reach the writer.
Mrs. Marberry was a devout member
of Mt. Be'hlehem Baptiet church. Mr.
i and Mrs. Lucinus Cox are very, very
I happy in their cozy little home on
j First street. A successful revival is
j 1 e'ng carried on at the Baptist church
: many souls are being saved. Mrs.
j Edna Daniels and Mrs. Marie Price
I were the guests of their . sister, Mrs.
! Lizzie Eldrldge for two weeks, they
enjoyed a pleasant stay.
j Monday for their homes
iels will go to Baltimore, Md., and
Is Bottled and on Draught
Will make you think of ye old-time drink.
Its a perfect beverage, the equal of any
and better than many.
Get a Glass or Steia or Bottle Where SoftDrinks are
Tho Williams Gorst Droning Go.
Large Bottles for Family Use. Pneae Mais 393
Mrs. Price will go to Louisville. Ky. !
Dnnl. Baielton .pent the wWk- I
with M dsurhtara. Mesdames
Gertrude Douglass and Dessle Wayner
were among the guest of Madames '
Daniel and Price. Messrs H. B.
Douglass. Rev. Williams, and Mee-'cal College. Misses Sadie and Katie, ho has been til for some time. Is
dames Emma Blvlns and E. Smith ' Lee attended the singing last Thurs- a,ie to he out again. Mr. Lngley
will leave at an early date to attend day evening at the First Baptist wa8 happily converted during bis 111
the A M E Annual Conference which church - Miss Stella U Hayes closed aeas aud was aide to go to church
will convene In Chattanooga, at St. her school last Friday a large audi- s;unday and Joined the church and
Paul church. Mrs. Ella Jackson is ence witnessed the closing exercises a8 taptiZed Sunday eve. The many
much better after serglcal treit- on Friday evening, when a Bplendld lrlends ara delighted to see him out
ment tor appendicitis. Mrs. Ella 1 program was rendered. Miss Blanche Mr u Beverly, ajrent for
Hlte Is sick nurse. Mrs. Gertrude Walker was the musical director or LiUK)ln Reserve Insurance Company,
Green of Whiteside. Is taking a treat-1 the exercises. Each number was well JiM beeQ ,ndlsp0sed for several days.
meut at Little Battle Creek Sanitar
ium. The city school teachers, Mrs.
E. M. Oliver Hatcher and M. C. Elroy
with their pupils will celebrate Hallo-
ween with a social. Dr. Astrapp, hasi
returned from a business trip to
Huntsville, Ala. Mrs. J. D. Martin
has returned from Tullahoma, from
the conference. Mrs. Ada Laprade, R.
G. M. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Stapler. Luther Cummlngs, Bill
Robertson, James Kllgore and J. J.
McElroy have formed a syndicate to
furnish oppossums to the United
Miss Lucy A. Taylor left Tuesday
to re enter A. and I. State Normal
at Nashville. The Donkey party
given by the Willing Workers Club
was a success. They have purchase 1
a communion set for the Synod.
They are also expecting to give a
Haliow'cen party on the last night
in October. Come out and see, they
are planning something new. come and
see who will win the many prizes. The
Ladies Missionary Society will give
1 grand banquet Saturday night, Oct.
!0;h from G:00 p. m. until 9:00 in
uonor of the delegates who attend the
Synod meetings. Mr. F. T. Jones
Motore 1 to Brownsville today on busi
ness. The students have begun to
cime in for school, quite a bunch
got off the train Monday for Hoff
man's Institute this is a collece that
Keeling people are proud off. Our
boys are ready for the call to go to the
camp for training. We are proud of
all young men who are loyal to their
country's call and hold up the banner
of the stars and stripes and the digni
ty of the race.
The Famous Roger Williams Jubilee
singers en route to their home, Nash
ville. Tenn., rendered a program at
the First Baptist Church Thursday
evening before a large audience com
posed of both races. The audience
regretted the illness of Miss Viola G.
Currln, who caused the program to be
quite short. She did her best but took
ill again at the church and had to be
carried to her home. She took sud
denly ill In the afternoon, acute in
digestion. Knowing she had to lead
in program, she attempted to go on.
She was able to return to her home,
Memnhls. Frlilnv. evsnlne.
" - '
ing from the others on Friday at the
sation was quite touching, then too
Miss Currln being 111. Mrs. Pansy
(Parker) Winfleld, has returned home
after spending three weeks pleasant-1
ly in Memphis, the guest of her sis
ter, Miss Effie Parker, 024, Marshall
Ave., Mr. Lewis Taylor, of St. Louis,
Mo, was the pleasant guest of his
wife's mother, Mrs. Sara Wills, last
Thursday and Friday. Mr. Thomas
Winfleld has returned to his home in
St. Louis, Mo., after spending a week
nleasantly with his wife, Mrs. Pansy
(Parker) winfleld. He also spent
some time with his brother, Mr. Sid
Winfleld who stays with Mr. and Mrs.
Tsaac Murphy. The many friends were
?lad to have a hand shake with Mr.
Winfleld who has been in St. Louis
for 6 years. Mrs. Cynthia Walker
who has been ill for sometime accom
pained her nelce, Mrs. Nellie Catron
home in Stanton, to spend a while.
Master George Hotchkiss, left last
Sunday for Memphis, where he plans
to enter Howe Institute In the near
future. Rev. Morgan H. Holloway left
of this week for
Greensvill, S. C,
where he will con-
duct a revival. He will be gone for
about 18 or 20 days. The Haywood
county Fair Association was recent
ly strengthened by the addition of a
new member, Prof. F. E. Jeffries, the
principal of Dunbar High School. The
vocal solo, "The Cuckoo was sweetly
rendered by Miss Geneva Bender, who
has an exceedingly sweet voice. The
Piano solo, "Old Black Joe was
beautifully rendered by Miss Beatrice
white. Miss Viola G. Currin and l
"eneva Bender were the pleasant
quests of Miss N. B. Whltelow, last;
Thursday and Friday. Misses Matil-
la A. Walten and Geneva Bender A. M E. Church, Tullnhomi; Dr. S.
-ere the guests of Mrs. Rosa (Clark) ; M. Utley responded on behnlf of the
Wiley, Messrs Ralph M. Gilbert and conference. On behalf of tho colored
John D. Jones were the guests of Mr. j citizens, Mrs. Addle Gu?ton. After
tnd Mrs. Lee Jones. Messrs Mack J. i this the Lord's Supper was adminh
Williams and A. McEwen Williams tered by the ' blshoi, assfste l by
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bishop I. B. Scott, D. D., and the
Owen. Mrs. A. M. Townsend, Musl-i District Superintendents. The or
cal directress of the Jubilee singers! ganization followed: Rev. J. H.
was the welcome guest of Dr. and i Thompson, D. D., chosen secretary;
Mrs. Evans during her stay in Browns-
ville last week. Her son, master
Arthur M. Townsend, accompained
vln mntfin M.a TOnt.tA Tnn la ,,.-
Ilia 1UUIUG1. .1.1 O. UQLUa ID UUl
after recent illness, she was able to
srend Monday of this week with her
sister. Mrs. Ann. Creene. Miss Neale '
Morris of Bell Tenn. spent Sun-
day here last week the guest or uev
and Mrs. A. Parr. Mr. Glenn Evans
left last Wednesday for Nashville
where ne nas emereu wonarry men.-
rendered Bhowlng the plpuls were
it s, I .... ,1 rTliln nn a m loo UaVOfl
well trained. This was miss Hayes
first time to leach In Haywood, but
we are glad to note that she made
good In the community. Town was
crowded with strangers last bunaay
looking for homes during the stay at
lOOKing lor UOIHKS uuims mo mj m
the showe. Many from Brownsville
attended the closing exercises. Mr.; '"" ' 7 " h . .7.
Bolton of Humboldt. Tenn spent lome lastSunday morning His ax
Monday In Brownsville on business. ' rival was a peasant surprise to all.
Come on come all to the Haywood Mr Jas. L. Wood, who is attending
County Fair, which begins Oct. 24th the West Tennessee Med cal Univer
Don't forget the parade at 10 o'clock, sity of Memphis, Tenn, spent several
Let evervbody bring something. ! days of last week in Brownsville
Mrs. Ollie 6. Whltelow closed her with friends. Mr. C. W. Whltelow
school last Friday, many patrons and spent the week-end In Memphis,
friends were present, a big spread Tenn., on business. Mr. B. King, ot
was on the school ground. The teach- Chattanooga, Tenn., who has been
er as well as the students enjoyed Hvinpr in Brownsville since last
the close of school, Mrs. Whltelow is Kprin?. reads the Globe weekly, and
spending this week in Brown Creek ia weii pleased w'th it. Rev. M. H.
neighborhood getting the pupils in Holoway spent last week in Jackson,
shape for the parade, which is next Ten, He conducted the revival at
Wednesday the 24th. Mrs. White- tie Macedonia Baptist Church ot
low is putting forth every effort to wntrll pev. Burnett Is pastor. Twen
make this school second to none In the ty-eight were converted and many
The Henrv County Fair Association
held its usual fair at the Fair grounds
Oct. 4th 5th and 6th. The Portract-
el Meeting held at Mt. Zion Baptist
Church conducted by the pastor, Kev.
V P. Woodson, assisted by Rev. How-
ard of Humboldt, was quite a sue-
cess, resulting in several additions
to the church. Registration Day was
a very busy day, Mrs. T. W. Hamp-
on had charge of the Registration
or ine coioren wumeu. oi.c -
She was as
slstei by t'ror. n. u. uaniou.iua.
Misses M. W. Dorcn ana v. u. (jrur.cn'
raid and Mrs,
T. J. mcL-eivioro. do-
Tingin at a . . - -
Cou om?.f, ,51.".
Continuing unill O u tiuviiv 1U luo ciioi-
noon, the Registration was continuous
md interesting. The women seemed
delighted to have an opportunity to
show their patriotism. Rev. Bishop
, .... n ui.. t.i,n r.t ik. Qth
Episcopal District, preached at Qulnn Covinpton, Tenn., conducted the rt-r-hnnoi
A. M. E. Church Monday vlval. A handwime new piano was)
ntrhf Wn -was en route to Chatta-
nooea where he will hold the annual
conference for East Tennessee. Quinn
Chanel is making sufficient prepara-
tion to entertain the conference. The
pastor. Rev. A. J. Russell, Is doing
all that he can to have a pleasant and
orofltable session. Rev. C. P. Cross, or
rnducah, preached for Rev. G. P.
Woodson, last Wednesday night
while here on a visit. Rev. and Mrs.
Woodson, Rev. and Mrs. Jackson and
rtev and Mrs. Bunch attended the
PaPt's Association at Lexington. Miss
ladys Coleman and Mr. Henrv LoV'
Ing, Jr., were quietly married last
Sunday night. Mr. Walter Wright
and family will leave next week to
make their home In Carbondale, Jnd.
Messrs Robert and MsonV
died at his home on East Washing-
ton street, Monday evening. He was
one of the oldest citizens of the town,
Mrs. Charley Crutchfleld and little
Mr. Wm. Porter, the father or
Nell Green continues ill. Glad to note
that they are some what improved.
The Tennessee Annual Conference
held its 52nd session here Oct. 11-15,
1917. Bishop Frank M. Bristol, D. D.,
resident bishop of Chattanooga, pre
sided over its deliberations wl'n
fatherlv feeling and marked abl'itv.
Every denartment of the great church.
was given a lion's share ot special
attention. This resulted in an at- fendant is a nonresident of the State
tendant increase along all lines. The ' of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
benevolences ran way ahead of any process of law cannot be served upon
previous year for many yeirs, also him; it is therefore ordered that said
church buildings and repairing ran i defendant enter his appearance herein
way up in the thousands above last 1 at the Sept. term of the Davidson
year, as did also the increase in full t County Circuit Court, to be holden
members. Only a few changes were , at the Courthouse In Nashville, Ten
made. Two special apiointrrents ; nessee, on the First Monday in Octo
were mae by the bishop, B J. Merl-; ber, it being a rule day of this Court
dlth to Dyersburg to build Dyer9-1 and defend, or said complainant's bill
burg church, and H. P. Gordon to will be takon for confessed as to him
Warren Chanel, Memphis. The first
morning welcome addresses Thomas
R. Dean, acting mayor of the town;
welcome on the part of th? co'ored
ministers, Rev. A. E. Martin of the
Rev. B. J. H. P. Gordon and J. A. W.j
Moore, assistants; Rev. A. L, Nel oi.i
i statistical secretary; R. A. Dowell. j
t-a.aiir..' Tli S M TTHov rtlnlrmnn 1
uwnut.i, -' .j. .... ...... ........ .. ..
of Board of Examiners; Rev. S. M
Strayhorne, D. D., chairmin Board ot
Conference Stewards; Rev. B. J.
Meredith, reporter to press at larg?,
also chairman of the Committee on,
Rules of Order. .After the hour foi
opening and closing and the bar ot;
the conference had been fixed, the
the character of each preacher was
passed and the business of the con- j
ference began; each ssssion opened
and closed with devotion. The lour
Lday8 spent here full to overflow of
business and each night opened with
an anniversary and dosed with a
gospel sermon. The Howard's Chapel
choir rendered excellent service an:l
Rev. J. W. Richmond, D. D., the pas
tor, left no stone unturned in pre
paring for the conference. This, to
gether with the nature and hospitality
of the citizens of Tullahoma gave a
royal reception and maintenance to
all who were visitors or members.
Special mention might be made of the
following distinguished divines: Bish
op I. B. Scott, D. D Nashville; Dr.
I. G. Penn, Cincinnati, O.; Dr. J. O.
Sherrell, D. D.. Atlanta, Ga.; Dr. J. H.
C. Coggin, D. D., Washington, D. C.
Miss Alice Morris was the charm
ing hostess ot the Pink Rose Cir
cle Friday afternoon. At the close
of the meeting daiinty refreshments
were served by Mrs. Scott Morris,
the hostess' mother. The Volunteer
Club of Farmer's Chapel met at the
(residence of Mt. and Mrs. Brown
Wiley on Cherry street, Sunday aft
ernoon. Mrs. Fannie (Cook) Walk
er, the President, presided over the
meeting. At the close of tne meet
Ing Mrs. Roea (dark) Wiley, the
hostess, served a artou Im course.
ful cut flowers and potted piania.
Rev. and Mrs. S. P. Morrow, their
little girl. Ruby, were present at
the meeting. Mr. Richard Longley,
w h for htm a Bpeedy recov-
ery. M sa r.arnne morns, u u
been 111 for more than two weeks.
Is much Improved. Mrs. Clara
(Bend) Taylor has leen indisposed
for several days. Mr. J. Livingstone
,.,. , v l AlUnnce
Whitelow, who ha. been In Al ance
wei.0 ad(e(i t0 the church during his
stay. Rev. Holoway Is a
pastor and an excellent revivalist
Mr. Thomas Winf eld of St. Lou s
Mo.. Is home visiting. Mrs. Adena
Miller of Arlington, spent the week
en(j the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will
jones, mj-s. Elizal eth Currie has
retUrned to her home in Cairo, III.
after a pleasant stay in Brownsville
wjtn reiatives and friends. Mr. Will
Holoway spent a week 'n Jackson,
Tenn recently. Mr. John Stader
gpent Eeveral dny3 0f iast week in
sf imtq. Mn. He saw manv friends
. 0f course, he was de-
from home. Of course, he was
lighted to see Miss Mahel Brooks,
- ,. , ,00j ot fvn Pi.n,
Ilia icvivai naa v. i v . ' 1 u, ...u - - -
Baptist Church Sunday. On Sunday
eve at seven o'clock. Rev. Parr Bap-
. ,. ,,. rinrlnw thn
tized a lire number During the
wo weeks of: h. e rev ival a large num-
1'er were added to the BchTurc.fanrd8
one hundred and Jorty-alx dollars
was raised. Rev. W. J. ClarK, or
recently purchased for the Dunbar
High School. The school Is doinp
splendid under the leadership ot its
most excellent principal, Prof. . Kj.
Jeffries, assisted by his assistants.
Brownsville has a school that Is sec
on)j to none of Its kind in West Ten.
nessee. Mr. C. J. Porter received a
painful accident Tuesday afternoon
0 this week, cuttinp his hand on a
.orn staiw Miss Waldeen Lee closed
her school last Friday with a big
lasket dinner. Many of the parents
were present, making the day a pleas
ant one. Mr. Jesse Lepons departed
this life Octoher 8, 1917, after an ill
nes3 of more than two weeks The
funeral services were conducted at
Taylor's Chapel Tuesday afternoon.
member of the PyUHan Lodge of
Brow"ivlI1Te- UK-JkZ Z
and Dr. John Gill and Miss Stella
Hayes attended the funeral.
November Rules 1917.
In this cause it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that the de-
i and set for hearing ex part. It is
; therefore ordered that a copy of this
I order be published for four weeks in
succession in the Nashville Globe, a
newspaper published in Nashville.
W. B. COOK, Clerk.
E. O. GOODSON, D. C.
G. F. Anderson,
Solicitor for Complianant.
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kt very low prices. Tbcti
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N., G. & ST. L. RY.
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V!tt and Northwt
Paducah, St. Loula,
connects for Cen- Leaves
trevllle 7:05 m
Hickman, Paducah :00 pm 1:40 pm
Wavnrly Aceo.. con-
nect. Centreville.5:l0 pm T:40 am
Dixie Flyer" to Bt.
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SOUTH AND EAST.
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hatt., Atlanta, Jack
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Jhatt. and East, con.
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rullahoiiia aceo. con.
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Lebanon Mixed .-.'l "
Lebanon Express ..? :00 am J2.00 pm
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Lebanon Accom. ...4:30 pm 7. am
Dally except Sunday. Other trains
UCltyaiTl'cket Offlce, corner Churoh
street and Fourth avenue.
Phones Main 42 and Mala 421.
Louisville & N a simile R. R.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
(Effective 11:69 p. m. May , 117.)
Louis. & Cincinnati. 8:10 am
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Louis. 4 Cincinnati. 8:30 pm
Louisville Accom. a,12:05 pm
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Nash. A Dec. accom.3:60 pm lO lJ m
Hopklnsvllle Acco. aJ '00 pm t:55 in
Colu bla & Mt. Pleas.3:50 pm 10:10 am
Tolumbla & ruscum.- .;o
Sash. & Clarks, Acca 14:10 pn
niTi LlirUed discontinued.
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2:i6 pm -50
8:10 am :25 am
4:45 pm ......5:66 pm
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