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OUT OF TOWN NOTES
. UNION CITY.
Mrs. Helen Underwood from Hick
aaan. Ky., was guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Tolls last week Mrs. Under
weed, the good people of Union City
as well as Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tolls
were Indeed glad to neve you with
us. Call again. Mrs. Surelle Hicks of
Hickman, Ky., who is w ell known Sy
a goodly number of people of Union
City, really did fall and break her
collar bone during the slippery cov
ering of mother earth, but she is
very much improved now. Mrs.
Hicks, your Union City friends are
wishing for you a speedy recovery.
Little Miss Q. T. Wells, who has been
on the sick list impatiently, is now
convalescent. Little Miss Q. T., your
little girls friends are anxiously
awaiting' a pleasant walk with you
that they may meet pleasant smiling
young men who will dotT their liats
to you and your little feminine
friends. To whom it may concern:
This is to certify that Miss Fairy
Wells married in Cleveland, O., Is a
fact undeniable; ani to well-wishing
friends, who have inquired of hoi
husband's misfortune, he was' really
burnt by handling hot lead where he
was employed, but he is very much
improved now. Mr. Nathicl Morris,
one of the pioneers of Union City, a
staunch Odd Fellow, a devoted hus
band and nn admirable citizen, died
Jan. 27, which penetrated the inmost
soul of intimate friends. Mr. Morris
as a citizen nas acted well his part
toward admonishing the dwellers of
his city to dwell comfortably and
sanitarily, and no doutt has given
many that unrest which bestirs In
dividuals to accomplish modern ideas
and thereby gain prestige, honor,
recognition and other blessings that
demand the respect of doers worth
while And while we gravely regret
and bemoan his death, yet we obedi
ently bow in humble submission to
God's will. Let us ever remember
the need of soliciting the deepest ot
sympathy from our blessed Savior
in behalf of our bereaved friends
Mr. Roy Moore from Newark, N. J.,
has thrilled the heart of Miss Ida
Mai Rainy, a faithful, worthy and
admirable young lady, by manifest
ing deep interest in this dear ladv,
Journeying several hundred miles
that he may demonstrate loyalty.
And that Miss Rainy is Iruly deserv
ing of every effort put forth in her
behalf is the ratification ot all who
know her. Mr. Moore, believe us
for the very truth's sake, if an inno
cent heart, a patient, industrious and
a noble young lady is what thou
seekest, t'nion City can offer you r.o
one better. Attention is called to
th friends of Mr. Matt Williams,
who is now on the sick list; also to
the best wishers of Mrs. Lizzie JoneH.
who succumbs to illness. It is the
friendly spirit ot Mrs. Mamie Patter
son that brings sadness to the coun
tenance of all her friends who have
heard of her serious fall and that
she has probably broken a rib. Mrs
S. V. Valentine, your friends are
elated to know that you are up again.
Mrs. Vera Lee Capers, we know you
are alarmed and have our deepest
sympathy, and trust you found your
sister, Mrs. Lizzie Rrown, of Padu
cah, convalescing. Mr. S. V. Valen
tine, Jr., arrived last week from Wes
leysvllle, Pa. We are indeed glad to
have Mr. Valentine with us again and
trust that inducements cun be offered
to keep him with us. Mrs. Annie
Crawford Fields, your friends fail to
see sunshine on account of the weep
ing cloud formed by your illness.
Mrs. Hattie Smith, Charleston, Mo.,
now guest of Mrs. Evelina Lalry,
Union City, iTenn., we are always
glad to have the Missourlans with
us; stay with us as long as possible;
leave us only when it behooves you;
make yourself at home when in our
midst. Airs. Ulysses Reeves, who is
now on the sick list, has impressed
your reporter as being one of distinc
tion of our little city. She seems to
convey the idea that all lives can
be and should be arranged so that
they would mean more for the eter
nity of individuals. The Union City
news and ISible consume her spare
moments for reading; of course the
angels of heaven surround her bed
side, hence she has no fear. Mr.
Frank Clay, your friends are Indeed
glad to see you up again and com
mand you to take care of yourself.
While the people are yet busv here
and there, the good people on Wad
dell street whose hearts beat truest
toward heaven, met and organized
In the name of the Lord and for the
glory of Cod, a Bible Reading Circle
at the residence of 'Mr and Mrs. A.
Henderson on Waddell street. The
true motive of this organization is to
penetrate the good promises of God
that fair may grow stronger and that
the anticipation of heaven may cause
individuals to be steadfast and Im
movable in time of trial and that
their hearts may he full of gladness
in time of adversity. May the good
Lord crown their efforts and let all
who can attend their meetings. The
officials elected were as follows: Mr.
A. Henderson, president; Mrs.. 3.
Bingham, secretary; Mrs. R. Per
kins, Instructor pro tern; Mr. T. M.
Sylvertooth, permanent instructor;
Mrs. Fannie L. Sylvertooth, treasur
er. The me v was- opened bv
sone and prayer. Lesson conducted
by Mrs. Perkins on the 2nd chapter
of Matthew, and after a few remarks
by leadln.g ones present, adjourned to
meet Tuesday night at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. O. King. Those present
were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. J.
Bingham, Mr. and Mrs. O. King, Mr.
Thomas Sylvertooth, Mrs. F. L. Svl
vertooth, Mrs. R. Perkins, of Martin,
Tenn., and Mrs. A. M. Condey of Chi
cago, 111. Mrs. Dewey Dennis, who
has been on the sick lirt for several
weeks and now convalescent, hav
ing received a message from Master
Danthorne Walker that he was pray
ing for her, wishes to sav to the dear
little Master that she has received
many messages of condolence from
various ones, all were heart penetra
tors: but no message was so pene.
tratlve as his. And though we have
been staunch friends for nuite a
a friend Indeed. , And now I extend
to vou, Master rjauthom, best wishes
and Godsnpet. 'Mr. William Wade,
also Mr. Henry Rodgers, your many
friends regret very much to learn
of your illness and are nraying for
your speedy recoverv. Miss PoeUa
Bell, also Mrs. Zndie Harris., the
reporter Is requested by your many
friends to say that they are elated
to learn of your convalescence. Rev.
W. E. Edward, who Is now on the
sick list, also your dear wife, who
is stricken with paralysis, your many
friends request me to say you have
their deepest sympathy and they
bid you a speedy recovery and best
wishes for success. To the colored
people ot Union City, kindly permit
Mr. Robert Dimviddie, also Messrs.
Howard Powers, A. McCainpbell,
Newt McDavia and all of the colored
transfer men do your hauling. Kindly
buy all of your groceries from .Mrs.
Overby, Mr. Blanche, Mr. Cooper and
all of the colored grocers. Kindly
have all your shoe repairing done by
Mr. J. Jones, Mr. R. Broden and all
colored shoe repairers. Kindly buy
all your lunches from Mr A. Totten,
Mr. Davis and at all colored lunch
counters. Kindly permit Drs.
Walker and David to issue all ot your
pills and permit Dr. Cunningham to
lill and pull all necessary teeth. Per
mit Messrs. Owen and Harper to em
balm and bury your dead. In short,
kindly put all the pennies you can
into the pockets of your colored
brother. Rev. K. D. Wells also is in
the transfer business and wants you
all to know it. The reporter he
stirred himself last Monday announc
ing to the friends of Master James
Tolliver that pneumonia in both lungs
pronounced the dear little master at
the point of death. Mrs. J. T. Mil
ner from Hickman, Ky., guest of
Mrs. M. King, liS K. Waddell street,
returned home last week. Mrs. Mil
ner testllied ecstacy as sentiment of
her heart. During her visit here an
old friend, Mrs. Rebecca Perkins,
from Martin, Tenn., gave her a call
both confessing that tifteen years or
more had passed since last they met.
Mrs. Milner, your friends are always
glad to have you with them; call
again. Rev. Spearman, pastor of the
C. M. E. Church, the good man who
gave rise to the organization of the
charitable committee, has himself
alone moved into the parsonage; in
validity of wife prevents family from
moving. Mr. Henderson Morton, who
has been seriously ill, has conva
lesced. Mrs. Rebecca Perkins from
Martin, Tenn., the gue3t of her sister,
Mrs. F. Sylvertooth, states that the
earth's dress unfavorable to travel
ing makes it inconvenient to return
home now. Mention is made that
Martin friends- may know why the
delay. Mr. Chas. D. Hess, nephew
and guest of Rev. and Mrs. Ed Wells,
returned to Brownsville, his home
last week. Mr. Hess, your friends
are always glad to have you with
them. Mr. Maurice Lawrence went
to Trenton last week on business. Mr.
Lawrence, Union City is elated to
know that we have men filling voca
tions so well that other towns are
clamoring for them. Keep the Hag
from trailing In the dust is our re
quest. .Miss Gertrude Smiih, your
illness has caused the weeping cloud
to hide the smiling face of Jesus
from the yes of your many friends
who are wishing for you a speedv
recovery. Club members and
friends, the gavel will soon be sound
ed by your president, Mrs. 1). L.
Clark, who is convalescent. Kindly,
friends of Mrs. Gertrude Smith, who
is seriously ill, submissively bow
your heads and tell Jesus that yon
cannot, bear these burdens alone.
Sunday morning, Jan. 27, between
5 :;() and : On o'clock, Mr. Win. Bing
ham was seriously shot in head and
back, by Mr. Win. Haskins, who emp
tied the contents of a shotgun in the
wounded man. Many regret the mis
fortune and sincerely trust that all
will come out very well. Mr. and
and 'Mrs. J. Ingram regretted the de
parture of their guest, Mr. Wm. Stal
lion, who was compelled to return to
Whitesville, Tnn., last week. Mrs.
Bessie Jackson, your friends request
your news reporter to Eay that your
illness is surprising, shockine and re
gretful. Miss Alien Payne from
Dresden, Tenn., a guest of Miss Mary
Lillian Bell, came as a delegate to
Rev. Mays' convention, was disap
pointed because of failure to notifv
her. Little Miss Willie Maud Gray,
your girl friends request your news
reporter to say: hurry up and get off
the sick list, for the weather will
soon be favorable for parties. Mr.
Wm. Hawkins, your friends are yet
conversing around the fireside, but
they are chiefly discussing your ill
ness. Of course re.uret is expressed.
Mr. Silas Kizer returned last week
from Shelbyville, where he had been
visiting his father and sister, Mr.
Isaac Kizer and daughter. Master
Tillman Trice from Crocket made a
Hying trip to Union City last week.
Mr. Hewitt Barr left last week for
Brownsville, Tenn., where he, will bid
his mother, Mrs. Sula Barr, farewell
before going to war. The following
Is a joke for the little ones: The
superintendents of streets in Cleve
land recently summoned to his pres
ence an Irish officer, to whom he
said: "It is reported to me that
there is a dead dog in Horner street.
I want you to see its disposition.'
"Yis, sorr," said the subordinate. In
half an hour the Irishman telephon
ed his chief as follows: "I have
made Inquiries about the' dog's dis
position and I And that It was a
savage one. Now wasn't he silly? We
say he was. Don't you little boys and
girls? Dear customers. If you want
your news to come, out In the next
issue, always get it to the reporter
not later than Saturday, because Sun
day and Monday will be too late. Thei
following Is a thought for all to glean:
"What is the real good?" I asked,
In musing mood. "Order," said tbr:
court. "Knowledge," said the school.
"Truth," said the wise man. "Pleas
ure," said the fool. "Love," said the
maiden. "Beauty," said the pape.
"Freedom," said the dreamer.
"Home," said the sage. "Fame," said
the soldier. "Equity," said the seer.
Spake my heart full sadly, "The an
swer Is not here." Then within mv
bosom, softly this I heard: "Each
heart holds the secret;" "Kindness"
is the word. The moral is clothed
In this verse:
If you've had a kindness shown,
Pass It on;
'Twas not .given for you alone,
Pass It on;
Tt It wipe another's tears,
Let it travel down the years;
'Til In heaven the deed appears,
Pass it on.
Mrs. Hannah Chambers, who is now
In Brownsville, Tenn., a very dear
sister of your reporter who has really
been more maternal than sisterly has
apparently been selected by Browns
NASHVIIiE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1918. .. V'
ville as on most appropriate to In
cline your reporter to eliminate some
ot the Union City new that more
space be left for Brownsville news.
Tbe reporter will aay that Browns
ville made no mistake in selecting
the appropriate one, if the accom
plishment of their desire was proba
ble. But, dear sister, since self-preservation
is the first law of nature,
that I may well Illustrate: "The
spirit Is willing but the nesh is weak,"
by saying: That since increase ot
columns increase sales; since I am
now selling 17a papers per week; In
order that I may increase my safes
to a larger number and thereby
cause my purse to grow more corpu
lant, which Increases the magnanimi
ty ot spirit, I am more inclined, if
permitted, to take up more space.
This is not insolence, dear maternal
sister, just style it alertness on the
job. Adieu. Mrs. Sallle Coilure from
State Line, also Mrs. Laverda Wilson
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Caldwell last week. Both summoning
the word ecstacy as their sentimeut
Economy and thrift is being exem
plified by tho two year old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Huncan, who
has now saved a commendablo iium
of money. Let all who can save your
money and Union City may soon
have a Penny Savings Bank. Miss
Mary Richardson, who met with an
opt-ration last week, is convalescing.
Miss Richardson is one of the little
belles of Union City whose chimes
are thrilling to the inmost soul. She
possesses that smiling couutenance
that rejects the sun's rays und is
one of the many beautiful roses thai
vc place before the eyes of strangers
when wo advertise our dear little
city tor beauty. To lose her would
moan the loss of a valuable pearLi
hence our sentiment is best wishes
ami a speedy recovery, Miss Richard
sou. Miss Viera Sneed from Hunt
ington, Tenn., the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Debow, your connection
with Mr. and Mrs. A. Debow, who
are among our very best citizens,
demands of us courtesy, respecta
bility, generosity and those elements
that will make your stay with us
pleasant and incessant. This we
will do by our visits, entertainments
and churches. Young ladies of Union
City, meet Miss Sneed of Hunting
don; Miss Sneed, your acquaintance
with pleasure; share our joys: Mrs.
Janie Johnson left last week for
Earle, Ark. Best wishes, Mrs. John
son. Mrs. Julia Hursjthe hearts of
your many friends are much lighter
since hearing of you being up and
resuming domestic duties. Mrs. Al
fred Debow, Mrs. Canry Johnson and
also Miss Sallie Brown, your report
er scattered the news of your illness
and you may expect early visits of
your staunch friend3, who will briug
you good news and glad tidings. Say,
Mr. Knocker, if you are knocking on
the Union City news, kindly use your
hammer in another way. Suppose
you drive clinching tacks in the
good thoughts the Union City
columns are giving you. Make tha
tacks hold until your heart is in
clined to keep God s command, viz.
"Ho unto others as you would have
them do to you." Mrs S. Dodson and
Mrs. Chas. Brand, who received a
serious fall, have discovered no brok
en bones, only scarring bruises mark
the result. Mesdames Dodson and
Brand, your reporter is requested to
say in behalf of your many friends,
that your unfortunate accident was
shocking and shall patiently await
your speedy recovery. Mr. Austin
Morris, another one of Union City's
oldest citizens, is on the sick list.
Hear pioneer, posterity as well as
'pioneer friends re.grct very much your
illness und shall look lorward with
hopeful hearts for your speedy re
covery. Rev. G. W. Spearman, pastor
of the C. M. E. Church and founder
of Union City's charitable committee,
was stormed Thursday night by his
members.. Good people, be not dis
mayed whatever be'.ide; God will
take care of you. The funeral of Mr.
Nathaniel iMorris was conducted at C.
M. E. Church Tuesday evening,
preached by Rev. G. W. Spearman,
managed by the Odd Fellows. Mr.
II. Morton is convalescing. Mr. re
porter, we are delighted to receive
this message. Rev. B. F. Stone is re
ported no better. Rev. Stone, your
friends are lamenting more than
thou thlnkest. Say, .dear customers,
do you know the latest style now?
Well, it is this: a good many of our
customers are taking two Globes per
week to help the reporter. One they
keep for themselves, the other they
send to their friend in some other
city. Now isn't that swell? Isn't It
nii? In fact, isn't It sweet? Then
why don't you be sweeter than you
are sweet? Miss Carry Knowles, we
are always sorry to learn of illness
among our friends and realize such
serves young ladies Impatiently, but.
we trust you will soon recover. Mrs.
Hannah Davis and Mr. David Hol
land were the Hying, trippers front
Shoffner laBt week. To my bereaved
customers, the loss of your dear one
is a great gain to the soul of that be
ing; modern medical science, seeks
to prolong life even at the cost of
the unspeakable misery of the pa
tient. Would it be better to be at
rest or here suffering? Is the pro
longation of misery the spirit that
should animate? Be ot good cheer;
your loss is His gain. Dear custom
ers, are you writing letters of con
dolence to your bereaved friends?
Start now. Mr. J. E. Sparrow left
last week for Shelbyville. Mr. Spar
row, best wishes and Godspeed. Miss
Essie Johnson of iMemphis, Tenn., is
guest of Mrs. iMarville Davis. Miss
Johnson, Union City Is bliss; share
our joys. Born to Mr. und Mrs. John
Swift a fine girl. Mother is getting
on nicely. Mr. George Reeves, who
has recently been called to war, left
last week for service. Mr. Reeves.
"Take the name of Jesus with you
as a shield from every snare." A
party at the residence of Mr. J. E.
Harper poured ecstacy Into the
hearts of Miss Luvenla Clay, Miss Ida
McCampbell, iMrs. Annie Williams,
Mr. Albert iMicCampbell and Mr. Chas.
Allen. Mr. Jessie Simpson announces
that he, too. will soon be leaving for
war. Mr. Simpson, may "God be
with you 'till we meet again." Mrs.
Eliza Purseley of Dyersburg, Tenn.,
died last week. Mrs. Purseley has
both relatives and friends In Union
City, hence this Is to serve as a noti
fication of her death. Mrs. A. Totten
whose eyes have been paining reports
that thev are very much improved.
Also little Miss Frances Foster,
whos'e eyes are registered lioth deli
cate and painful, reports that they
hive been very much Improved. Pub
lic school resumed duties last Mon
dav with a hope of finishing term
without further hindrance. Rev. Wm.
Fowlkes. the able little Presbyterian
minister, preached for Rev. Porter,
ptistor of the A. M. E. Church, on last
Sunday. Pev. Fowlkes demonstrated
abilitv and proved blmsolf master of
the "Uichanslng Factor In Chrls
Han'ty," which text is found Hebrews
13 :H. Among other striking points
brought out by the eminent divine, it
would be worth while to mention
first: While tbe world and things are
changing with bewildering rapidity,
the all-important factor in Christian
ity remains the same as It has been
always. Secondly, Christ is the im
portant factor in Christianity; He
is the object of Christian worship,
the magnet ot souls and the standard
of Christian morality. And the ser
mon was enjoyed by all. Mr. and
Mrs. George Shields and family from
iTlptonville made a hying trip to
Union City last week. Mr. William
Chambers, who is not a relative ot the
reporter, made a flying trip to Hick
man, Ky., last week. Mr. Logan
Donaldson made a Hying trip to Hick
man, Ky., last week. Say, customers,
Brownsville has hollered fat meat tor
space. Have a whole lots ot news
for me next week and let us make It
squeal like a little pig. A little
poetry to you, a thought then adieu:
"O world as God has made It!
All is beauty.
And knowing this is love,
And love is duty."
"So nigh to glory is our dust,
So nigh is God to man.
When duty whispers low, Thou
. The soul replies: 'I can.'
"Curved is the line of beauty,
Straight is the line of duty;
Walk by the last and thou shalt seo,
The oiher follow thee."
Tho last will lead you to Sunday
school, morning and night services,
prayer meeting and back to Sunday
school. Will keep you going until
the good Lord says: "Enough, come
up higher." Try it for yourself. Drs.
Walker and David, what is it that
cretes disorder in children? Is it
adenoids? Well whatever it is, will
you please cut them out ot all the
school kiddies between now and Mon
day and charge the same to our ac
count? Respectfully yours, The
Faculty. Wanted: Seventy-flve more
customers in Black Bottom; twenty
live more on White Row; thirty-five
more on Depot street and one hundred
more all over Baptistville. All the
rest are reading the Union City news.
Customers, kindly see that all in
your neighborhood take the G16b.
Won't you please tor your reporter
is working bard for their patronage
and really needs it or he will have ,
to start another, business. Mr. Roy I
Moore from Newark, N. J., is visit
ing parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moore.
Young ladies of Union City, permit,
me to introduce to you Mr. Moore.
Mrs. Annie Mai Condy received a fall
and dislocated both hand and should
er. Mrs. Condy, your friends are
patiently awaiting your speedy re
covery. Mrs. Janie Johnson return
ed home at Earle, Ark., last wtek.
Mrs. Johnson, we hope you'll pay us
another visit soon. The Union City
friends of Mrs. Lizzie Talley Brown
of Paducah are indeed glad to hear
of her convalescing. Miss Birdie
Jackson wishes to say that she makes
her own pressing oil and growing
and sells it at 35c per box. Treat
ment, $1)0. Your patronage solicited.
Mrs. Lizzie Cross, Nannie Gardner
and Girdie Owen solicit your patron
age for hair treatment. Mrs. F.
Flowers, one of the good customers
w ho take two papers per week, is
now on the sick list. All who know
her wish her a speedy recovery. Tne
stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Robinson last week and left them a
line boy. U.r. S. H. David made a
professional trip to Ri"es last week
to visit Mrs. Lavada Pain; also a
trip to Gibbs to see Mrs. Addle Price,
who is very 111. Let friends ot the
following visit their long list of
sick, viz., Mrs. Annie Coleman, Mrs.
Maggie Clemens at tho residence ot
Mr. John Robinson; Mr. Robert Fos
ter, Mrs. M. T. Overby, Mrs. Nelson
Jennings, Mrs. Minnie Crowder and
Mrs. Ellen Valentine. Dear custom
ers, I report the sick to you that
they may be benefited by your visits.
Won't you kindly discharge your duty
as a friend? Also Mrs. Lady Scott
Cleveland at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs, Riley Broaden is very ill with
dropsy and desires to see all her
friends. Another somebody slipped
and received a light fall but It is not
serious. It was then your reporter
felt like laying down bis papers, tak
ing a pick and shovel and laboring
until slipping ceased. It you want J.o
know who that somebody was, buy
next week's paper and read it for
yourself. The Conservation Club met
at the public school last Thursday,
Jan. 31, with president, Mrs. H. M.
McMakins, In the chair. The com
mittee reports a glorious meeting, a
liberal collection and a prospective
future. The meeting will be held
every two weeks and the attendance
of all is solicited.
Mrs. Eunice Whlttico Harvie of
Gordensville, Tenn., spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. Nancy Whltti
co, of East Main street. Mrs.
Eugeana Waters of Water Town was
the guest of Miss Laura J. Bostic
Sunday. Mrs. Ella B Flowers died
Saturday night at her home at Ham
ilton Springs and was carried to
her native home at Bellwood, Tenn.,
and buried. Quite a number ot peo
ple from here attended the funeral.
Miss Amanda (Hallums can be found
in her Poro Parlor on East Main
street. She Is doing a first-class
work and is ready to serve you at
any time. Rev. T. W. Johnson, pas
tor of Pickett Chapel M. E. Church,
was at his post ot duty Sunday morn
ing and night. He preached two
strong sermons although the congre
gations were small, and Pickett
Chapel was thrilled with joy to havo
their pianist, Miss L. J. Bostlck, In
the choir again. Miss Bostlck has
been very sick but is much improved.
Rev. Brown, pastor of the A. M. E.
Church, is now occupying the Cum
berland Presbyterian building since
his church burned. All his members
are aBked to be present each Sundaj.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church has awaken
and the members were found present
and listened to two excellent sermons
preached by their pastor, Rev. M. F.
Riley. Rev. Henrys preached to his
congregation Sunday morning and
night at the Holiness Church. The
friends of Mr. William Northcutt
will be very .glad to know he is- able
to be out. Twenty people read the
Globe last week. Why don'Jt you read
It? Only 5. cents a copy.' If you
have never read It, buy one copy and
he convinced it Is one of the best
colored papers In the south. Anna
Clara Keith, the little daughter of
Mr. John Keith, accidentally swal
lowed poison, but she Is doing nice'
ly at this writing. When you aro
hungry and wish to be served real
cheap, stop at the Lebanon-Training
School on East Market street at
12 o'clock. Hot soup and pies. The
knitting club will meet at the home
of 'Mrs. L. L. Campbell on Cedar
street Monday, Feb, 3rd. Miss Mar
tlia Morris Is visiting her sister at
Lagardo this week. Those on the
sick list are Mrs. Mary-Richardson,
Mr. Simon Wharton. Mr. Fate Clark.
Misses Ruth D. Landls, Bessie
Crutchfield. All are reported better.
Mr. Lewis Johnson ot Bellwood was
the guest ot bis daughter, Mrs. Lula
Wyne, Monday. Mr. Verlon Bass of
Watertown is a visitor here. The
Progressive Club will hold their
meetings every Wednesday night at
the Baptist church. Rev. Riley Is
laboring very hard to rid his new
church of all indebtedness this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harria spent
the week-end at Watertown visiting
Mrs. Harris" mother and father. Rev.
and Mrs. Henry left today for Clarts
Lebanon School Notes.
After a suspension of two weeks
on account of severe weather and
scarcity of fuel, the Wilson County
Training School resumed work Mon
day, Jan. 2Sth, with a large atteu
dance. The work In all departments
of the school Is moving on smoothly.
A nice supply of material Is now on
hand for the remodeling of the in
dustrial building and Prof. Campbell
and Prof. McHanlel with "their boys"
hope to soon have that department
neatly and conveniently arranged for
work. Mr. E. Shockley, the agricul
tural demonstrator, visited the school
Friday, the 1st, and gave nn inter
esting talk. Miss Viola Johnson, one
of the state demonstrators, was with
us recently, giving very helpful lec
tures and demonstrations in soap and
war-bread making. Prof. j. A. Bra
zelton of Memphis, Tenn., has visit
ed us since the holidays. He was
the guest of Prof. L. L. Campbell
while in the city. The Parent
Teachers' Association held Its regular
monthly meeting at the school build
ing Sunday, Feb. 3. Mrs. W. A.
Thompson Is president. There were
quite a number present. Hon. B. F
Hughes of Columbus, O., was the
principal speaker. The subject for
discussion was "How can I bst serve
the home and the school?" Hon.
Hughes was followed by remarks by
Prin. Campbell and others.
Both morning and night services at
the A. M. E. Church, Sunday were well
attended, as usual Rev. Hawkins was
in his place and at his best, the fol
lowing members paid their first Sun
flav 25c: Mrs. Barbrce Pruitt. Mrs.
Delia Cooper, Mrs. Clara Johnson, Mrs.
Mrs .TRnnin Snell. Mrs. Lucv Hoover.
Mrs. Meloina Cooper, Mrs. Victoria
Fugltt, Mrs. Bessie Cooper, Mrs.
Eliza Sutton, Mr. Ace Pruitt, Mr.
Mayman White, Mr. T. G. White, Mr.
R. W. Cooper, Mr. A. W. Rankins, Mr.
P. H. Tillman. (To be continued.)
Sunday afternoon by request of Bro.
Daniel Fugitt, Rev. Hawkins with his
stewardess went to his home, and
baptized him by sprinkling, Brother
Fugitt has passed his three score and
ten years, and is very sick, after sing
ing and two fervent prayers, Jtev.
Hawkins baptized him in the name of
the Father, Son and the Holy Ghost.
Tho old Father seemed carried away
in the spirit and expressed himself
as being ready to go. Special services
were held Monday night for the young
men who must soon answer the call
of Uncle Sam, we wish that every
young man who has to go to war
could have been there nd heard the
fatherly lecture given by Bro. Haw
kins, he especially urged them to take
Jesus with them, the young men with
tear dimmed eyes arose and asked the
prayers of all the Christians. Wake
up Christians, for the harvest truly
is ripe, lets labor earnestly and prayer
fully. Onward Christian soldiers. Mr.
Modie and Edd Jarrett were In our
town Sunday visiting their sister, Mrs.
Odle Sutton. Rev. Hawkins was the
guest at supper of Mr. and Mrs. John
Hawkins, Monday night. Mr. David
Sutton has gone to Nashville to work
Rev. W. V. Hawkins and Mrs. Eulis
McGrew, visited Miss Eugene Short
Monday. Miss Short has been sick for
some time they report her as not much
Improved. Miss Eddie B. Marlin Is
still sick. Mr. Bedford White is also
on the sick list. We are glad to re
port Mr. Louis Hunter much Improv
ed. The members of class No. 1 hopes
to see Robert Maclin out soon, they
say they can't do much without Robert.
Mr. Leslie Scruggs has joined the
Navy and has been called to Norfolk
Virginia, he will leave Tuesday even
ing, Lessie is a promising young
man and carries with him our bept
wishes. Mr, Mack Ervin is getting
so he is a real good shoe maker, give
him a trial. Some say the ground
Hog did really see his shadow. We
wonder if he did. Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Tillman spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. Mattie Ervin. Rev. A. P. Gracy,
ex-pastor and presiding elder, spent
Thursday in Bell Buckle, glad to see
you Rev. come again. Mrs. Cleramie
Sutton has joined the Globe family
Just a word then an revolr until next
week, now if you fail to read the Globe
you will certainly be behind, thats
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brazier left
Monday for Texas, where they will
again make their home. We are sorry
to lose them but wish them abundant
success in their new field of labor.
Mr. A. J. W. Scott of Michigan, has
pneumonia, and will reach Shelbyville,
this week, to be under the care of his
wife. Mrs. Emma Cannon died Sun
day. Mr. Robt Fisher, who has been
sick some time, Is much Improved.
Mrs. Mary Davidson has been sick at
the home of her son Henry for the past
two weeks. She Is some better. Mr.
Frank Thompson is on the sick list.
Little Emma D. Tillman is quite sick.
Mrs. L. H. McAdams matron at State
Normal la at home at the bedside of
her mother-in-law, Mrs. Delilah Mc
Adams, Messrs Lorenzo Edmonson,
Buddie Neal, and Clarence Hestor left
for the army last week. Mr. Stanley
Cannon of Chicago, 111., Is here at
tending his mother's funeral, The
Sanctified people are holding another
series of meetings. They bad three
accessions Sunday. Miss Mable
Myers, district supervisor, spent Sun
day with home folks. Rev. J. H. Hills-
man preached at the first Baptist
church Sunday. AH the churches were
well attended Sunday. Call for the
Globe at Mr. Robt. Dysert's establish
ment, where items for these colums
may also be left.
PROF. YOUNG DIES AT CAMP
The faculty and students of Pearl
High School were shocked to learn
of tbe death at Camp Lee of Prof.
Stevan b. Young, who before he went
to camp was Professor of Mechani
cal Arts at the High School. Prof.
Young wai a product ot Hampton In
stitute and since coming to the city
had matej-i host of friends, who
sympat.hrorMth -his relatives in
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their g'JanylpB ot one whose pros -
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There are so laaay so-eallad klr
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ber ot which ere nothing more tMa .
perfumed grease, it la no wonder paa
ple get discouraged and lose tatta to .
all hair tonics. In deciding vti
to nse on jour scalp be sure end ft
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Qmlnade is a highly medicated pe
made that has stood tbe test ot stae.
It is a real scalp food; It stlmeJktee
and nourishes the roots ot the ksJr,
causing a natural growth of long katr.
Quinade is the invention of u t
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supervision ot an xperlenced reartav
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To get best results from the we et
Quinade it Is necesiary to shMpee
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Sseby's Quinaioap, Qulnasoap to
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