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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 21, 1917.
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ALL KL.DS OF
Es, Poultry, Bacon &
Stalls 45 and 26 Market House,
Phone Main 433
Store 157 Second Avenue, S.
Phone Main 850 Residence
Phones Main 1387 and 3923.
.and Oysters' and. help Uncle
Sam to conserve the meat and
help win the war. "The An
derson kind are Best."
Standards Blue Points Select
Shell Oysters New York Counts
Lare nVJ flDV
Caliieraia ILL MI
All kinds of Fresh Fish in
season, also Smoked Finnan
Haddies and Shrimps.
You better call and make your
selections but if you order
through your grocer be sure he
furnishes the "Anderson kind."
FI&II & OYSTER GO.
322 FOURTH AVE., N.
DOCTORS MODERN OFFICE AND
FIXTURES FOR RENT IN THE
HEART OF BUSINESS SECTION.
' Dr. J. L. Leach, who occupied an
office at 41o Cedar street over the
People's Savings Bank and Trust
Company, is offering his complete of
fice and fixtures for rent to some re
liable doctor desiring a central loca
tion. His office consists of all the
latest and modern fixtures, operat
ing table, desk, chairs, instruments,
This office is in connection with
other live and progressive physicians
highly ethically and congenial. A
splendid opportunity for some good
man who wants to be in the city.
Dr. J. L. Leach is now Battalion Sur
geon for the 349th Machine Gun Bat
talion, Camp Funston, Kansas, and
will leave soon for France.
For further information write to
Mrs. Frances R. Leach, 401 Twelfth
street, Junction City, Kan., or to the
Surgeon 349th Machine Gun Batta
lion, Camp Funston, Kansas. Adv.
Mr. J. C. Blake, a former, business
man of this city dropped Tn 'to see ;hls
family and mingle with friends; attn
day. Mr. Blake reports prosperous
times in the north but very cold
weather. He left Monday morning,
ter of 1907 at Providence Baptist
Church, Chicago, 111. She joined that
church of which she remained a mem
ber for about nine months and then
she transferred her membership to
Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church, of
which church her husband belongs.
She was a devoted and conscienti
ous Christian up until death, and she
was also an excellent church and Sun
day school worker, and at one time
a member of Quinn choir, but on the
account of her increasing family she
had to give up the choir.
She had a sweet and loving dispo
sition, and to know her was to love
her. She was devoted to her husband
and children, and also to her aunt,
and she was kind to every one. She
moved to Murfreesboro in Oct. prac
tically a stranger, even to her rela
tives, but after finding out that she
was here gathered around her and
soon knew that she was at home with
her kin and friends.
; Her immediate family wishes to ex
press their heartfelt thanks and ask
God's choucest blessings upon her kin
and friends who stood by them and
helped them in their time of trouble.
Especially we wish to thank her
Aunt, Mrs. Maria Elliot, and family,
and Mrs. Sarah Hicks and her cousin,
Madams Narcissa Davis, Rebecca
Sparrow, Sllva Jackson,, daughter and
FOR MEN AND BQKS
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906 CBDAR STRBBT
REPEATS APPEAL FOR BRADLEY
Let us keep faithfully to the taak
we have before us, (viz) "To estab
lish and enlarge the Library of
Bradley." This is os special concern
to us. We are badly in need of a set
of reference books for our library.
With all the latest methods, plans
and current events up to date. We
are living in an age where everything
is undergoing a change, a time when
a school with bare walls, with a few
desks and black boards are not suf
ficient, but reference books, maga
zines and dally papers for collateral
reading now are among the many
things that the youth is calling for in
order that they may not be inferior
in conversation and in thoughts to
any with whom they come in con
tact. No one will doubt that every
school should be provided with suit
able tools for its work. These con
sist of maps, charts for the primary
reading class, common weights and
measures, globes, etc. Then every
school should have a library, of care
fully selected books consisting of a
good dictionary and a set of reference
books so arranged that even the
least pupil about the 2nd or 3rd
grade can easily and readily find
what they want and that they may
understand what they read.
JUST A SMALL DONATION.
Just a small donation from every
menu ui uiauiejr win nuuoiy u wiiuiljve 0n E. Sevier street. Bring me
all the good books needed for any
library and one that will be a credit
to any school.
Just a small donation from each
teacher on the faculty will put a
bank in the hands of each pupil that
will get a message of comfort and
cheer that will cause them some day
to call them blessed.
Just a small donation from each
pastor will add another to our list
of choice volumes and one and one
Just a small donation from each
colored business and professional
man in our town wiuld help some
i other person to make up their minds
to help,, go you Influence has helped
u$ wonderfully. ,"
Just 'a" small donation' from each
pupil will result in united benefit
and future good for the library.
THE FOURTH QUARTER OF THE
UNITED SONS OF RELIEF FOR
1917 CONVENED IN THIS CITY
AT THE MT. ZION BAPTIST
The Fourth Quarter session of the
United Sons of Relief convened at the
Mt. Zlon Baptist Church at 10 o'clock.
The Grand Master, who Is well
known throughout this section of the
state, Rev. C. A. Todd, officiated.
After calling the house to order,
Chaplin, Rev. D. A. Kimbro, opened
the order, invoked divine blessings
upon the congregated assembly and
praised him for what" he had done
and for what.,he was 4oing.4;.' :
Roll call of the gr5anu'fflcers, show
ed., thatall were? pesentesfcept Mr;
Bell After which (the reportiof the
lodges were called for and Irtrn the
reports the lodges showed it great in
crease, not only financially, but num
erically for the paBt quarter.
The Grand Master made his annual
report which was received with much
applause. The report showed that all
the local lodges in good working
order in every way.
After transacting the regular routine
of business that came before it, officers
were elected for the next term as
G. M., C. A. Todd, D. Q. M., Fanny
Sanders, Secretary, Mr. Richard CriwfcJ
The Endowment Board elected' the
following: , , h,
President, Rer.'.'te&i Browni'J1:
Glanton, Secretary;, ;Rev. C. Ai'HTaff,
WILL SPEND HOLIDAYS HERE.
Mr. J. H. Drake, one of bur lormer
citizens and country man has return
ed home after spending a very profit
able summer and fall in Louisville.
He will be here during the holidays.
VISITS FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
Mr. Tom Keeble, who is a cook at
the Columbia Military Academy at
Columbia, Tenn., is here visiting his
family, Mrs. Rosa Keeble.
A FAMOUS COMEDIAN HERE.
Mr.. Luther Miller, a home boy and
who is a coming comedian is here
from Hopkinsville, Ky., visiting hime
folks, his mother, Mrs. Lula Hudels-
ton and friends.
Special to the Sentinel.
The marriage of Mr. Wm. Hurt
and Miss Mary Johnson of this city
came as a surprise to many of .their
friends. Only a few of their many
friends witnessed the ceremony
which was performed by Rev. Albert
Bedford. A three o'clock menu was
served which consisted of five.
304 Maney's Avenue.
Murfreesboro, Tenn., Dee. 18, 1917
I am a little girl eight years old,
please bring me a doll, doll buggy,
some oranges, candy and bananas.
Yours until Xmas,
Davis and His Lady Band
N. C. DAVIS. Dircotor
DEC. 26, PULASKI, TENN.
DEC. 27, COLUMBIA, TENN.
DEC. 28, FRANKLIN, TENN.
PROGRAM RENDERED RAIN
OR SHINE .
Murfreesboro, Tenn., Dec. 18, 1917.
I am a little girl six years old, I
am to the first grade, I can read,
write and count too, please bring me
a doll, a dolly buggy and all kinds
Your little girl.
CALLIE IDA PEYTON.
Murfreesboro, Tenn., Dec. 18, 1917.
I am ten years old, I am a boy,
please don't forget me Xmas eve.
please bring me a harp, a drum, a
wagon, some peanuts, a piano.
JOHN W. BROIL.
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MR. E. P. BOND,
Asst. Sec. of Y. M. C.
Murfreesboro, Tenn., Dec. 18, 1917.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy seven years old,
please bring me a billy goat, wagon
to carry out orders for my mamma, a
pair of stockings, pair of new shoes,
candy, oranges, apples, bananas,
horn, English walnuts and some
nuts, mv nimn la litHo William T
some other good things you have. I
go to bed early. Good bye dear Santa
Claus 1 will look for you Christmas
Among the visitors In Nashville
this past week was the Rev. R. L.
Uradby, D. D of Detroit, Mich. He
came up from Georgia where he had
been on a general tour, having a stop
over at Augusta and Atlanta, where
he was entertained by a number of
the Baptist ministers. Dr. Bradby is
here to participate in and be the
principal speaker in the installation
services of the Rev. S. Lawrence McDowell,-
the pastor of the First Bap
tist Church.;! - .it.. ;.
Rev. McDowell, formerly; resided
In Windsor, Canada during ; which
time he and Dr. Bradby were Inti
mately acquainted. Dr. Bradby vis
ited a number of places of interest
in the city and was well pleased with
the splendid progress made by the
He was entertained by a number of
Baptists of this city. He made a
special visit to the National Baptist
Publishing Board's plant, an insti
tution he has known for some time.
He and the late Dr. Wm. Beckham
were friends of many years' standing.
Dr. Bradby is the pastor of the
Second Baptist Church in Detroit, a
charge he has held for seven years.
Prior to this he pastored seven years
in Windsor, Canada.
After a visit to the National Bap
tist Publishing Board's plant he said,
"I have just ordered 100 copies of
the Jubilee song books to distribute
among the members of my congrega
tion, it is a splendid book and; I feel
that I can., help wonderfully., in the.
distribution of this publication."
STPCKELL AND JANUARY SHOW
ING THE BEST PICTURES IN
Since Mr. fl. L. Stockell and Mr.
B. H. January have taken over the
Star Theatre, they are sparing no
pains and money to make the Star
Theatre the best moving picture
show in Nashville. They have or
dered a new piano which will be ready
in a few days for their house, and
they appreciate patronage from their
Mrs. Cornelia Thompson has re
turned to her home in Shelbyvllle,
after spending a week with her
mother, Mrs. Mary Jackson. Mr,
Charlie Cooper is on the sick list this
week. Mrs. Lizzie Bowden is at home
from the infirmary and is doing nice
ly. Mrs. Chester Gibson and her two
little girls will leave Friday for Day.
ton Ohio, where Bhe goes to Join her
husband. Mr. Chester Gibson. Mr. G,
H. Hart has paid for the Globe a
month in advance. Mr. Hart knows a
good paper when he sees it. On the
account of the wreck, Rev. Hender
son failed to be at his post of duty
last, Sunday,, but look out for him
next Sunday. Rev. Henderson and
Hawkins are two strong preachers,
they keep the gospel train moving in
Bell Buckle. The snow and cold
weather has not hindered the Sunday
school at Mt. Zion Baptist Church
neither at Hills Chapel A. M. E.
Church, both schools are up and do
ing. The O. E. S. Chapter is planning
some big things for the holidays, they
have come to stay. Miss Catherine
Scruggs won the prize for the state of
Tennessee from the Juvenile depart
ment at the Supreme Court session
held in St. Louis, Mo. Irving Juve
niles also Sunlight Court highly ap
preciates the honor. Mrs. Eulis Mc
Grew and little daughter spent Sun
day afternoon with Mrs. David Sut
ton. Mr. Louis Frazier of Cincinnati,
Ohio, is here visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Minus Frazier. Miss
Vaughn Frazier ,has returned from
Nashville where she has been visit
ing her sister and friends. For nice
fresh groceries see Mrs. O. L. Scruggs
For a copy of the Globe, the best
Negro newspaper in circulation, see
Mrs. E. L. Sutton. Mr. H. H. Hunt
after an illness of sereval days is able
to resume work again. Miss C L,
Frazier of Nashville spent Sunday
here. Mr. A. A. Tillman is here from
St. Louis, and is a frequent visitor at
the homo of Miss Sophia" Cooper, Mrs.
T. G. White is planning to spend
Xmas in Columbia. Miss Eddie B
Marlin is olng to spend a part of the
holidays in Murfreesboro. Mrs. H. H.
Hunt was the guest Monday night of
Mrs. S. T. Neil. Little Madie Sutton
has two teeth, bo get busy David and
bring In the food. Mrs. O. L. Scruggs
spent Monday afternoon with her
mother, Mrs. Mattie Ervln. Mr. W.
T. Couch and Mr. Robert Smalling are
at home for the Xmas. Don't fall to
attend the sunrise prayer meeting at
both churches Christmas morning.
Miss Lula Booker spent Monday even
ing with Mrs. McGrew. Mr. N. N.
Reynolds, Grand Lecturer for the
Courts of Calanthe of Tennessee made
his annual visit to Sunlight Court on
the 12 inst. We are always glad to
see nKlght Reynolds, his visits are
always a source of Inspiration to the
members of Sunlight Court 63. Mr.
George Moppins says he will not fail
to read the Globe hereafter.
Mr. Dug Tucker, departed this life
Sunday morning, Dec. 16, 1917, after
a lingering illness of many weeks.
Me was a consisten memler of Far
mer's Chapel C. M. E. Church. He
was a Steward and was faithful to
, n a .imu o a Kinu.
disposition ever ready to befriend his
follriur nuin In tVin itnatK nf AT.. I
fellow man. In the death of Mr.
Tucker, the church has lost a strong
members, the wife a loving husband,
the children a devoted father, the
community a peaceful neighbor. The
services were conducted by Rev. S.
P. Morrow, Monday afternoon at Far
mer's Chapel. Rev. Morrow gave a
sermon on the life of the deceased,
giving his personal experience of the
life of the deceased. The choir fur
nished many beautiful selections
suitable for the occasion. He sur
vived by his wife, Mrs. Emma Tuck
er, three sons, Mossrs Douglass,
Booker T. and R. P. Tucker, one
daughter, Miss Odessa Tucker. Their
many friends join with these in ex
tending sympathy to the members of
his family in their deep bereavement.
Rev. S. P. Bowls died at his residence,
Sunday afternoon, Dec. 16, 1917. Bro.
Bowls has lieeii in declining health
for many months and his death was
not unexpected. He was among the
older ministers of the West Tennessee
Conference, having been a milliliter
for more than 20 years. He used to
pastor until recent years. He was one
of the oldest members of Farmers
Chapel. He was a man of splendid
character and standing. He is an old
resident of this city. He was one of
the oldest members of the Masons.
Being among the first to Join the ord
er, there after lived an consistent and
loyal member until death. Rev. S.
P. Morrwo conducted the funeral ser
vices Tuesday afternoon at Farmer's
Chapel. Using for his text for the
occasion Isaah 34:34. The deceased
leaves a wife four sons, Messrs George,
Horace, Samuel and Johnny Bowls,
three daughters, Mrs. Walter Ililliard,
Mrs. Etha Oldham and Mrs. Etta
Williams to whom the sympathy of
their many friends is extended. The
Masons had their services at the
cemetery which were impressive. Mr.
A. D. Fleming departed this life
Tuesday, Dec. 11, 1917, at his rest-
dence, 4 miles W. bf Brownsville
after an illness of a few days. He was
one of the oldest citizens of Stanton
Tenn. He has been a resident of
Brownsville for the last 7 or 8 years
He identified himself with the First
Baptist Church of this city immed
iately after coming to the city and
there after lived a consistent member,
until his death. He was loved and
honored by the entire population of
the city. He was a man of splendid
character and standing among his
neighbors whose confidence and es
teem he held. He Was a devoted
father to his children. The Interment
took place at Stanton, Tenn. He
leaves three daughters, to moun the
loss of a loving fathe, Ms. Maggie
Amfield of Chicago, 111., Ms. Saa
Plume of Bownsville. Fiends ex-
tend sympathy to these gils who have
lost a loving father. Mrs. S. P.
Bowls who is on the sick list was un
able to attend the funeral of her hus
band. Mr. Booker T. Tucker has
Tot Ear a
Standing Invitation to
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quite 111 for several weeks is up, but
was unable to attend the funeral of
his father. Mr. C. J. Porter spent
Tuesday evening out of the city on
business. A marrlpge of much sur
prise to a very wide circle of friends
was that of Miss Maude Womble of
Chicago, 111 and Mr. Lynch J. Nash
of Chicago, 111., Tuesday evening,
evening, Dec. 4, 1917. Rev. J. A Win
ter, pastor of St. Paul C. M. E.
Church officiating Mrs. Nash is for
merly of Brownsvillt, she was one of
the prominent teachers or Haywood
Co. She war vrj popular in social
circles. Hei riany friends wish them
a happy voyage in the matrimonial sea
Viviette, the charming little daugh
ter of Mr. an dMrs. L. lienerly, who
has been indisposed has recovered.
Mrs. Dr. Redman of Stanton, Tenn ,
was in Brownsville, Monday of this
week shopping. The first Baptist
Schooi is dolng spiemid work under
tlie leadership of its efficient Supt.
. . . .....
Mr. Alex Hill. A marriage of much
surprise to a wide circle of friends
was that of Miss Fannie Tavlor to
Mr. Otha Leroy Oldham, Sunday
afternoon, Dec. 17, 1917. The bride
lie Lue Taylor, who resides 3 miles
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
W. of Brownsville. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Shack Oldham
He is very popular in the vounuer set.
Friends wish them a long and prosper
ous life. Miss Ola Mae Smith who
has been attending Sumner Hieh
School, St. Louis, Mo is home to
spend the holidays with her parents,
uev. ana Mrs. Hardin Smith. Mrs.
Clara B. Reed atended the confer
ence in Memphis, last week. She is
still in the Bluff City visiting friends.
Some one is all Bmiles this week to
have her in the city. Can't guess?
Rev. J. II. Bille.
Rev. D. M. Brown, ous new pastor
will preach at Solomon Chapel A. M.
E. Church next Sunday. Mr. Henry
Buchanan of Louisville, Ky is here
visiting his mother and sister. Mr.
Thomas Fannings spent Saturday in
tne city visiting his brother, Mr.
Judson Fannings. Mrs. Phylis
Randolph of Murfreesboro, is down
here visiting her two daughters. The
members of B. O. No. 107 and Auxi
liary No. 194 are glad to know that
.Mr. Henry Cannon is rapidly improv
ing. Rev. C. H. Simmons was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sharman Red
mond with Rev. G. R. Norman of
Ebenezer Chapel on return from Mrs.
Leaths Burial. The members of the
Auxiliary B. O. No. 194 are expecting
their Grand President soon. Sunday
December 16 was a bad day for
church goers. The 1st quarterly con
ference of the Brooklin Circuit will
close at Solomon Chapel on Sunday
December 23. Mr. Isaac R. Peeble
who Is attending Walden Unlversit,'
Bpent Saturday at tSunday with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Peebles,
Sr. Mr.' Alfred McKelvy Sr.; is spend
ing a few days in Couchville, with his
son Mr. Alrfed McKelvy, Jr.' On ac
count of the inclemency of the weather
Little Miss Lillie McGhee who is at
tending Napier School was compelled
to remain at home one week. Mr.
Lyons of Lascasses, Tenn., is now an
employee at the Central Insane Hos
pital. Rev. J. A. Miller who had a
misfortune a few weeks ago by fall
ing from a buggy is rapidly unprov
ing. Mrs. Samuel Pasquett of Jim
town was up here a few weeks ago
visiting her mother, Mrs. Maggie Har
ris. Mr. Richard Davis spent two
days in the city visiting friends and
relatives. Mr. John Cannon spent a
few days vacation with friends in the
Miss Leola Barton has returned
from McMinnville, visiting Miss Jes
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Service to Christmas Shoppers
Stief's makes every effort to serve Christmas shop
pers in the true Christmas spirit. Displays are
arranged for convenient examination. Suggestions
are given with a broad knowledge of styles and
a spirit of helpfulness. Prices are marked in plain
figures the only price the goods are sold for. We
do all we can to put the Christmas spirit in your
buying, as well as your giving.
This Is a Diamond Christmas
An unusually attractive lot of small Diamond
Rings, priced from $7.50 to $50.00
Gold La Vallieres, diamond set, $5.00, $7.50 UP
Platinum La Vallieres, with diamonds, $50.00
Princess, Cluster and Solitaire Rings, gold and
platinum $50.00 t0 $500.00
Platinum Bar Pins, with diamond and pearls, dia
monds and sapphires $100.00 t0 $500.00
Diamond-Set Bracelet Watches $200.00
Diamond Scarf Pins $5.00 to $200.00
B. H. 8TIEF JEWELRY CO.
Hie Gwynn and Miss Willie GrilTory.
Rev. W. M. Holden has returned from
his appointment at Holden Charel.
Mr Tom Vaughn was the guest of
Miss Lealo Barton, Sunday evening.
Miss Leola Barton present term of
school will close for this year, Wed
nesday. She has served the people
with perfect satisfaction and her pres
ence will be missed for days to come
by her school. She has made friivds
lor herself and a great reputation
with all. All the Sunday school spent
Sunday evening the guest of Misses
l'lorie B. and Geneva Crutchor. The
weather has ueen uaa anu worn cm on i
and the men and boys have been
having a deal of sport hunting rabbits.
All the drafted boys are expecting to
be called before local board soon. Miss
Mandy Eavins is better and able to
coino home. Mrs. Maud Doyle spent
the week end the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Hershel Cummings and also Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Cummings. Mr. and
Mrs. Jessie Cribble are planning to
take Christmas In Nashville with Mr.
and Mrs. George Broyles. Mrs. Emma
Gribble has changed her resident from
her home to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Moore Randels. The little children
are expecting good old Santa;; Claus
to visit them with his toys Christmas.
We are having some very draedy
cold days before the holidays, and
yet we are expecting grand times
Xmas. Mr. Ben Eady was In our
town on business. Rev. and Mrs. W.
H. Taylor Porter Tourn was held
Saturday doing Christmas shopping.
Mrs. Lou Whitaker is convelascent.
Miss Bettie Phelps is making prepara
tion to entertain an old friend from
Sherwood in the near future. Mr. G.
W. Whitaker has been lingering on
the Bick list for several days, and we
are glad to report he is much Im
proved at this writing. He reports
that friends and neighbors are very
nice and attentive during his recent
illness. Mrs. Emiley Sebastian is on
the sick list and is much better at
this writing. Mr. George Berry has
School Bulletins, Cat
alogues and College
Annals, Edition books
from 100 to 100 page.
Mlnutaa of all daaorip
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PHONE M 1149
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Liver, Kidney and Rheumatic
NEVER FAILS TO HIT THE SPOT
Every Bottle Guaran
teed Price 25c and 50c
All Telephone Orders
Cedar Street and 12th Ak.,N
returned recently from Fort Ogle
thrope, Ga., where he has been cook
ing in the soldiers camj. He states
that he is now at home and ready to
work in the army of the Lord- Both
church and Sunday school. Mr. G.
W. Whitaker, agent for the life in
surance company was unable to col
lect this week and so he appointed
Mr. Jessie Reese as sub agent. Mr.
Reese collected at Mimosa, the past
week. Mr. Edward Holman and Miss
Georgia Williams of naer FFayette
ville was united In the holy bond of
wedlock, December 16 at St. John A.
M. E. Church. Rev. W. T. Denny
officiating. Mr. Holman is a fine and
energetic young man, and Miss Wil
liams is very sweet and attractive
next to the younger and last daugh
ter of Prof, and Mrs. D. D. Williams.
Both parlies are very popular in so
ciety circles. . Reporter, Mrs. M. L.
P. S. Before this letter goes to
press, Mrs. Edith Smith is reported