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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1918.
I B A D S H APE, S HE S AYS
Dad a Severe Cold That Nothir.g
UNTIL LUN6VITA WAS USED
Began to Improve Right Away,
and is Now Feeling Fine
"I bad been suleiiug with a se
vere cold and bad tried various reme
dies, but it seemed that nothing did
me any good until I tried Lung-Vita,"1
says Miss Margare Renner, who
lives at 1823 Ninth avenue north,
Nashville, Tennessee. In her state
ment of January 22, 1918. 'I was In
bad shape when I started on this
medicine, but I soon found that I
was getting better, and now the cold
and cough are both entirely gone. 1
am feeling fine, and can say without
any hesitancy that Lung-Vita has
no equal as a remedy for coughs and
Asthma Is relieved quickly with
Lung-Vita. Usually the first dose or
two gives relief and the first bottle
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and
Here is an opportunity to learn a
high class trade, one that your ser
vice will be in demand. You can
earn from $3.00 to ?5.00. and some
times more a day or evening at
home. .Plenty of work and positions
open to those who know how. Let
me teach you artistic Hairdresslng,
Manicuring, Face Massage, Scalp
Treatment. How to cultivate and
Grow Hair. How to make Toilet Ar
ticles. How to weave and manufac
ture Hair. How to make Switches,
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fect, up-to-date work. Illustrated
Chart of the latest creations in hair
work and how to use the latest appli
ances that save half the time and labor.
Mme. 11R CARROLL, an old experi
enced Hairdresser and Beauty Cultur
ist will teach you the French and
American system in her Blue Book.
This course, for a limited time, has
been reduced to $2.00, so each Girl
can get a Book. Send a Money Or
der to the Ideal Co., Box 70, Station
G., New York City. (adv.)
MR. HARVEY HOUSE.
Mr. Harvey House, age 23 years,
passed away at the City Hospital
Friday, Feb. 15, 191 S. Mr. House
was a beloved member of Lillard
Chapel and enjoyed quite a large
acquaintance and his many relatives
and friends will be grieved at his
loss. He is survived by a mother,
brother and many near relatives.
Lee and Co., in charge. Interment
at Mt. Ararat.
IN OUR WAR
Sells all about the war; it is fair to Colorad
eople; everyone buys; a tremendous seller.
Price only $1.50; agents making to $15 per
Bay. bend 29 cents quick for acunts' outiit.
UST1N JENKINS CO.. F Street. Wkin. D. C.
R. R. TIMETABLES.
n., c. & ST. L. RY.
(April It, HIT.)
Seat and Northwest
rail u cab., St. Louis,
onneots for Can- Leaves
travllle 7:115 am
Hickman, Paduoah 2:t m
wavariy acco., con-
eots Centreville.6:3 pm T:4( an
"Dixie Flyer" to St.
Louie I II pm
kUmphls & Hlukmaa 1:611 ara
SOUTH AND EAST.
Chatt and Atlanta,
(Matt., Atlanta, Jack'
1 40 an
for all tvanch pts. 8:80 am 1:64 po
"Dixie Flyer" Chst.
Atlanta and Jack
sonville .. .....11:61 ara 4:46 pn
QhatL and East, con.
Citv B. Pitta I 10 pm 11:11 an
ttllahoina acco. con.
for Shflbyvllle. . .0:CO pm S:1 an
Wash., phila.. New
York 9:16 pra 1:16 an
Lebanon Mixed 7:00 am
Lebanon Express . .S:00 am 2:0 pn
Lebanon Accom. . ..i:20 pra 6:40 pn
Lebanon Accom. . ..M:10 pm 7:46 an
Dally except Sunday. Other train
City Ticket Offlce, corner Churot
street and Fourth avenue.
Phones Main 422 and Main 4M.
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
(Effective 11:69 p. m. May (, 1017.)
Larals. Cincinnati. 'MO am 2:44 an
Louis, ft Cincinnati .'8:05 am 8:S6 pn
Louie. & Cincinnati. '8:30 pm 7:60 art
Louisville Accom. a12:0S pm 1:20 pn
Kvans. & Chicago. .8:00 pm 7:49 an
vans. & Chicago. . .'3:20 am 2:30 an
vans. & Chicago. . ,4:63 pm 11:40 an
Evens. & St. Louis.. 7:43 am 8:26 pn
Cvens. & St. Louis.. '8:20 am ' 2:30 an
Brans. & St. Loula..8:00 pm 7:49 an
Btrmi & N. Orleans. 2:B7 am 2:66 an
wrm & N, Orleans. 8:30 am 7:40 pn
Blrm. & Monlgomerya:05 pm 6:50 an
Wash. Dec, accom.'SO pm 10:10 an
Hopklnsvllle Acco. a6:00 pm 9:65 arr
Colu'bla 4 Mt. Pleas.3:50 pm 10:10 an
Columbia & Tuscum.7:46 am 8:50 pn
Wash. & Clarks, Acca !4:10 pm 8:20 an
IHxte Limited diuconttnuea.
NASHVILLE, FRANKLIN AND
7:46 am 12:15 pn
: pm -. 6:60 pn
H:10 am 9:26 an
4:46 pm f..6:66 pn
. 'Dally. IDally except Sunday.
eJStop at North College St. Station,
tfitr Tioket Offlce, 221 Fourth Ave., M
('bones. Main 464 and 4606.
; Wtovea' CATAR RtTrift
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OUT OF TOWN NOTES
Sunday being a fair day we had
class meeting Sunday morning and
Sunday night Rev. J. D McDonald
preached a wonderful sermon. Mrs.
Alice Pollard departed this life Feb.
7, 1918. She leaves one daughter,
a husband, a mother and a host of
relatives and friends to mourn tholr
loss. We hope It Is heaven's gain
She was a member of the A. M. E
Church. Misses Ollie Hopson and
Emma Armstrong were the guests
of Miss Mamie Vanlier Sunday af
ternoon. Mr. John Bull was the
guest of Miss Elnora Tadton. Little
Miss Clara Vassar aud Master Ed
and Trice Armstrong spent the eve
ning with their grandmother, Mrs.
Harriet Armstrong. Rev. W. M. Car
ter has just returned horai jfter
spendlng a few months In Indian
apolis, Ind. Mr. General Vanlier has
returned home from Indianapolis,
hie!., also Air. Do'sij Bell was the
guest of Miss Mamie Vanlier. Mrs
Emma Vanlier was the guest of Mrs.
Hershal Hollingsworth Sunday after
noon. Miss Ara White and Mr.
Arthur Vassar were the host and
hostess of Misses Maudle and Kl
nora' Yateman. Little Miss Lue S.
Bell spent the week-end with littla
Miss Estella Vanlier. Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Hall were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Armstrong Sunday
afternoon. Misses Martha Tarlton.
Fannie Vanlier and Mr. Mitchell
Bell were the hostesses and host of
Miss Eva Armstrong Sunday after
noon. Miss N. L. Stanfleld'is able
to be out again after being in a few
days with measles. .Mrs.- Minnie
Yateman spent Sunday and Sunday
ni.sht with her sister, Mrs. Je3se
Mr. Alonza Pates is at home after
spending some time in Washington,
D. C. and Baltimore, Maryland. Mr.
Le Roy Ramsey has returned home
from Detroit, Mich. The sun has
shone out and the people in Lebanon
U'prp fniinH rpinlninp- nftoe annh an
Inwful Ti'lntnr nml Hnrtflnv wna a craat
church going day. Rev. T. W. John
son, pastor ot Pickett Chapel M. E.
Church was at his best, he preached
to a nice congregation and was
made to believe that the members
had waked up. He will also preach
Tuesday night. Rev. Henry's, pas
tor ot the Holiness Church preached
two strong sermons, Sunday morning
and night. Rev. U. G. S. Brown,
pastor ot Macedonia A. M. E. Church
was at his best Sunday and felt that
his people had awakened with the
beautiful Sabath day and taken on
new life. The other churches of this
town extend to Rev. U. G. S. Brown
and members their sympathy. They
lost their church on Christmas night
by fire. Miss Ella Watkins died
Thursday, February 7, 1918, at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Estella Myles
and was carried to her home at
Cedar Grove and buried. The funeral
was preached by Rev. Hurd, pastor
of Cedar Grove and Rev. M. F. Riley,
pastor of Mt. Zion of this place. Miss
F. L. Ward read a paper pn the life
of the deceased. Quite a number of
people from this place attended the
funeral. Mrs. A. L. Anderson will
leave Saturday for Nashville, where
she will be with friends for a few
days. Miss Ruth D. Landis is re
ported very ill at this writing. Those
on the sick list are Misses Bessie
Crutchfield, Callie McGregor, Fran
cis Whittlco, Mrs. Mary Richardson.
The friends of Mr. Georg Beards
will be very glad to know he is able
to be out again. The knitting club
met at the home of Mrs. Odia Hal-
lunis, Monday, February 11th. The
Y. C. W. W. Club of Picket Chapel
M. E. Church met in the church
Monday evening at two o'clock. Ten
members answered to their names
with dues every member is asked to
be present next Monday, February
ISth. Mrs. A. L. Anderson, Presi
dent; Mrs. Bettie James, Secretary.
Rev. M. F. Ridley, pastor of Mt.
Zion Baptist Church was a live wire
in his church Sunday morning and
night. He preached two strong ser
mons and at three o'clock he was
again in his church instructing in
the B. Y. P. U. Rev. Riley wishes to
say that every one is invited to come
to the B. Y. P. U. on Sunday evening
at three o'clock. Quite a delightful
dinner was given Sunday evening at
G o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Gordon to compliment their
daughter, Miss Ethlean. The cov
ers were laid for five. Those seated
at the table were Mr. and Mrs. James
Gordon, Miss Ethlean Gordon, and
Misses Birdie P. Landis and Alberta
Drake. A beautifully planned din
ner was given in honor of Lawyer B.
F. Hughes of Columbus, Ohio at the
beautiful home of Dr. and Mrs. W.
A. Thompson, on Cedar Street, Fri
day evening at six o'clock. Several
enjoyed Dr. and Mrs. Thompson's
hospitality were Lawyer and Mrs. B.
F. Hughes, Prof, and Mrs. L. L.
Campbell, Prof. J. R. Daniel and Mrs.
Pearl Crews. The guest9 expressed
themselves as having spent an en
joyable evening. Lawyer Hughes
left Monday morning for his home
in Columbus, Ohio.
Mr. Nixon Hunter has returned
from Detroit to report to the ex
amining Board. Miss Kathleen
Davidson has gone to Nashville to
live. Mr, Richard Cummings of
Nashville is here at the bedside of
his brother, George, whose condition
is still critical. Mrs. Beatrice Sim
mons of Decherd is here visiting her
parents. Allen's birthday was cele
brated at the A. M. E. Church last
week. A good audience was present
Rev. E. F. Gooch will deliver a
special sermon to the young men
who are to leave for the training
camps, next Sunday morning at the
eleven o'clock service. Mr. Wilson
Mitchell, who has been seriously ill
is improving. Mrs. Martha Clai
borne is better at this writing; but
her daughter, Mrs. Lucy Lipscomb
Is quite ill. Mr. Wlney Ransom of ;
Murfreesboro Is in town visiting his
parents. Mr. Tom Streator Is still
on the sick list. Prof, and Mrs.
M. L. Gray have moved to ShelbyvIHe.
We welcome them to our citizenship
and trust their stay will be perma
nent. Mrs. L. H. McAdams, Pfter a
stay of ten days has returned to her
duties at the Normal. Notwith
standing her advanced age, owing to
her robust constitution, Mrs. Lelilah
McAdams shows signs of recovery
from her recent accident. The Sanct
ified people closed their meeting at
the public school building Sunday
night. We are informed that several
sinners were reached. In the face ot
such incontrovertible facts, every
Christian must say amen. The peo
ple have accomplished what others
have failed to do. Rev. Woodson
has lived a life above reproach in
this community. Such a life is cer
tain to tell in the long run. Ser
geant Elbert Wooly has moved to
the farm. Mrs. Hettie Rice con
tinues on the sick list. Prof. R. P.
Purdy, the efficient K. R. and S. of
the Pythians, made an exhaustive
report to the Lodge. The order is in
fine shape. See Mr. Robert Dysart
for copies of the Globe. Leave news
items with him.
Rev. J. M. W. Deshong arrived
from home on Feb. 11. Rev. De
shong has been in West Tennessee
for quite a while. He is one o( the
prominent preachers of the C. P.
Church. Mrs. Mary Bonner of Chat
tanooga spent a few days in our
town. She was the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. W. H. Reynolds. .Mrs. Bon
ner was reared in Fayetteville. Our
doors are open to her at all times.
Mrs. Daisy Nilon departed this life
a few days ago. Mrs. Nilon was a
member of the P. B. Church. Her
funeral was conducted at Baid church
by Rev. G. T. Word. She left three
children and a host of friends to
mourn their loss. Her remains were
laid to rest In nose Hill Cemetery
to await the resurrection morning.
Mrs. W. II. Taylor is convalescing
rapidly. It was thought that Mrs.
Taylor would not recover, but by the
hell) of the good Lord and the skill
of Dr. A. Ci uickshank we believe she
will be on her feet again in the
near future. We are glad to note
that Miss Georgie Bonner is conva
lescing. She has been very ill for
the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Cobbs are sick this week.
We hope them a speedv recovery.
Mrs. Frank Greer returned to her
home in Nashville a few days ago.
Mrs. Greer has been in Fayetteville
for quite a while. We re&ret very
much to see her leave us. She was
reared in Fayetteville and in her
maiden days she was considered one
of Fayetteville's belles. Rev. E. M.
Smith, pastor of the Mt. Zion Bap
tist Church, has offered his resigna
tion, which has been accepted. Rev.
Smith has been called to take charge
of the First Baptist Church of Lewis
burg, Tenn. His wife, Mrs. E. M.
Smith, also has offered her resigna
tion as teacher in the city high
school ot Fayetteville. Her resigna
tion was reluctantly accepted by the
people of Fayetteville. She will ac
cept a position in the city high school
of Lewisburg. Prof. Hall, principal
of the city high school, considers
Mrs. Smith one of the ablest teach
ers that was ever under his charge.
We bid Rev. and Mrs. Smith God
speed in their new field of labor.
We are glad to see Rev. W. H. L.
Reynolds on the streets again. Uev.
Reynolds has been sick for quite a
while. Mr. N. M. Rhanie of Hirk
man, Ky., made a flying trip to his
old home, Fayetteville, a few days
ago. Mr. Rhanie was looking well.
Mr. John Cooly was In our town a
few days ago. Mr. Cooly has been
traveling in the north for quite a
while. Miss Mattle Hairston Is up
again affer havin.g been sirk for
quite a while, Mr. Emanuel Hair
ston and family have moved from
Chattanooga to Fayetteville. Mr.
Hayes W. Hairston made a business
trip to Chattanooga a few days ago.
We are glad to see Rev. D. D. Word
on his feet again. Rev. Word I the
pastor of the P. B. Church and is one
of the ablest ministers of his denom
ination. Mrs. Mattie McEwen is
still on the sick list. We are glad
to have Mrs. Jerry Mayo with us
again. Mrs. Mayo was reared in
Fayetteville.' She and her husband
have been living in Oklahoma for the
past five years. She is the guest of
her grandmother, Mrs. John Tavlor,
of Maple street. Mrs. Sallie Arnette
of Winchester has become a reader
ot the Globe. She paid her sub
scription in full. We hope others
may do likewise. Miss Beulah Buch
anan of Winchester has become a
reader of the Globe. She paid in full
for her subscription. We hope our
goo I subscribers of other towns will
notice and do like the lsdies of Win
chesterpay in full for their paper.
The question arose in Mt. Zion
Baptist Sunday school Sunday morn
ing as to whether Judas was commis
sioned as the rest of the Apostles to
preach the gospel. A disagreement
arose as some said he was, others
said he was not. Mr. John Hawkins
wishes for information through the
columns of the Globe concerning this
nuestion. Rev. Henderson was here
to fill his pulpit Sunday. We were glad
to shake his hand once more. Sun
day was indeed a fine day and church
services were good at the A. M. E.
Church, at 11 o'clock we listened to a
soul stirring sermon by our pastor,
Rev. W. V. Hawkins, subject the Chris
tians warfare. Sunday night Rev. T.
G. While one of our young ministers
preached to us as never before. God
blcs the young ministers, would that
we had more of them. Miss Sophia
Cooper left Tuesday morning for
Nashville where she has work In the
hnse factory. We wish for her much
success. Mrs. Beulah Norvel left !
Saturday morning to Join her husband
in, Dayton, Ohio. Mr. R. T. Tillman
was In Nashville Saturday. Mr.
Clyde Snell was the dinner gusst of
Mrs. Maria Ray Sunday, he reportfi
everything- in fine condition at his
new home. Mrs. II. H. Hunt has I
been suffering far several davs with
sore eyes, hut Is better at this writ
lng. Iho relatives and friends of Mr.
Elliert Smith re-jre!-. very much to
learn ol his death in Cincinnati, O.
He was accldently caught in an eleva
tor last week anu passed away Tues
day morning. The following were the
guests of Mrs. Elnora Hunt, Friday
evening. Mrs. "Wess Martin and two
daughter, Mary , and Kathleen and
Mrs. David- Sutton and Uttla daugh
ter Madie, and Mr. Richard Jarett
passed through our town Tuesday en
rout to Shelbyvtlle, After partaking
ot a real good, well prepared dinner
Monday, Mrs. Llney Miller who has
not been well for some time, ex
pressed herself as feeling better than
she had felt for some time. Mrs.
William Wells spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. Louis Hunter. Mrs. O. L.
Scruggs was visiting on 18th Ave.,
Saturday evening. Rev. W. V. Haw
kins, D. D., dined with Mr. and Mrs.
Otie Wells Sunday. Mrs. Maria Mc
Millon spent the week-end with her
daughter, Mrs. William Wells. Mr.
and Mrs. T. G. White visited Mrs.
Beatrice Mc Demon Sunday. Mr.
Will Fugitt of Dayton, Ohio, Is here
visiting his father, Mr. Dan Fugitt.
Mr. Robert Shart, was in Nashville
Saturday. Mr. Luther Taylor has
returned from Beans Creek. The
ladies ot the A. M. E. Church are plan
ning a pastor's rally for the 22nd and
23rd of this month. There will be a
program rendered on the night of the
22nd in which some ot the ablest men
of the county will take part. On
the night ot the 23rd an old folks con
cert will be given, if you want to
have a good hearty laugh, don't fail
to be present. The ladies of Bell
Buckle are planning a banquet for
the young men who are soon to go to
the camps. Little Benjamin Frank
lin Hawkins, infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Hawkins is very sick at
this writing. Mrs. Dora Fugitt has
returned to her home in Nashville.
Please have your news items in the
hands of the reporter not later than
After passing through a severe
ordeal of the winter, grip, we are now
about to recuperate under the soften
ing rays of the welcome guest, the
sun. People were seen going in
every direction Sunday to the various
churches. Rev. Peoples, of Oak Grove
Baptist Church,was af his post Sun
day and had a nice service. Rev. R.
A. Dowell of McCabe Temple, preach
ed a wonderful sermon at 11 a. m. from
the subject, "Decipleship and its mean
ing." A nice crowd witnessed it. Rev.
Overall of the C. M. E. church was
at his post Sunday. Rev. Timber
lake, P. E. of C. H. E. church, was here
recently, held his quarterly conference
The churches, schools and lodges are
beginning to line up for the years
work. The McCabin Temple S. S.
will celebrate Lincoln's Birthday Sun
day, Feb. 24. .The public school re
opened last Monday after a suspen
sion of several weeks due to the con
dition of the weather. The school is
progressing nicely with Prof. A. M
Bishop as principal. The Floral Star
Chapel No. 37 of the eastern Star had
a nice meeting last Monday afternoon,
the first since December. The mem
bers were delighted with the presence
of Mrs. R. A. Dowell, who has been
out of the city for several months
teaching and Mr.' D. C. Martin of this
city. Mr. Martin Is the leading colored
man In business, owns and controls
a first class business, and under the
recent law of Mr. Garfield's Fuel law
for heatless Mondays, why he of
course being, a full fledge patriot,
closed his doors at noon. Therefore
the star members were at a lost who
tc attribute his being present to him,
or Uncle Sam, however he is always
a welcome guest on all occasions be
ing a broad hearter race man. Mr.
and Mrs. Lee of Chicago, 111., are at
home with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Doc Lee for the remainder of the
winter. Miss Willie B. Williams left
recently for Waterloo, Iowa to visit
her sister, Mrs. Avery Bowden. Rev.
H. H. Boyd, former pastor of the C.
M. E. Church, passed through last
week. Dr. Blackman of Dreaden,
Tenn., and Rev. H. H. Boyd of New
hen, Tenn., were guests of Rev. R. A.
Dowell recently. Dr. Jas. C. Perry,
our popouar physician, one of Me
harry's sons has performed some very
difficult but successful operations and
reports all of his patients doing well.
and his many friends will be glad to
know that he has received his com
mission as 1st Lieut, in the Medical
Reserve Corps of the U. S. A. Army
and Is expecting to be called at any
time. Martin regrets very much to
give him up, as he has made many
friends during his short stay among
both races. Those sick are Madams
Cora Hall, Llllia Roberts, Willie Mc
Cain and Miss Wilineo, Bro. Taytor
Silver tooth and Green Warner. Miss
Zoda Saunders and Mr. Doc Lee were
able to be out at church Sunday after
a brief illness. Mrs. Callie Lee is con
valesing. Mr. Mitchell and Miss
Rohele Calton were married recently
Rev. Dowell officiating. Mr. Frank
Smith and Miss Laura Gordoner were
married last Sunday at Union City.
Your excellent paper is growing in
this "berg." We rise to congratulate
you upon your recent editorials, thev
remind one of this, that the editor
has "marrow" in his. bones (back
bone.) Under the leadership of Revs.
Greer and eBnton, we have and now
are making history. The cold spell
found the doors -of the church onen
each Sabbath, saving one. The laity
did not forget to "storm" and ad
minister to the wants of these faith
ful servants. Prof. W. R. Jarrett,
Prln. delegate elect to C. M. E. Gen
eral Conference, has worked as If by
the wand of magic, touching the
"Board of Education with plain facts,
has brought to our school the water
works. - He reaches further still
brings down from the "somewhere"
and placed in our midst a department
of domestic science. Mrs. W. P.
Greer principal of said department
has and Is now working with this
all important department. Mrs. Jen
nie F. Booker, Mattie L. McKee and
Mr. W. R. Jarrett, have stood firm
and true with the administration com
mencement day shortly. Many are
hopeful. Soeial and Literary. Lieut.
Albert Johnson, Camp Funston, Kans..
is here spending a few days with his
patents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harrison ! -
Johnson. Mrs. Beulah Graves,
Chicago, 111., is spending some time
with her sister, Mrs. Fred Blakemore.
College St. Rev. Cross Hill Jackson
Tenn., Is visiting his sister; Mrs. L.
l . srraynorn. Birs w. P. Greer and 1 a Buc B IEW ua'8 Be Ior 1118 80mB 01
the faculty, of the demest.lc science de- j F!fty dollars. Mrs. Pear Duncan of
partment, are serving "Hot soup" to'cllaPel Hin and little daughter
;lie student body once or twice a week. ! Rcena Portia has had a queer disease
Good Lawd. Mr. Linia Albea, of Jack-!
son, Tenn., Is at home again. The
literary society under the leadership
of Dr. A. W. Thomas, M. D. President,
is making much progress. We are i
striving to educate our people to Read, I
read more. The Crisis, the Globe, etc,
are ever welcome. ' Many members of j
our "set" have been reviewing our j
French, others have completed the I
1st and 2nd Dook, Spanish. Pardon
please, Mrs. M. A. Boyd's contrlbu-.
tlon to journalism 'is a gem. Union
City needs to' take notice and accord
ingly be so be it The' entertainment
givtn by the domestic Society. Thurs
day night was a success, a spicy
program rendered and refreshemnts
Thursday night, Feb. 14' the Red
Cross with the asslstence of the com
munity gave In honor of the drafted
boys of Cornersville a reception. The
church was beautifully decorated,
colors used to suit the occasion. A
table in the center of the church ex
tended from the altar to the door. In
the center of the table was a large
white cake decorated with U. S. Flags.
This cake was baked by Mr. Lenord
McBride for the boys. Miss C. A.
Pullins, who presided at the piano,
played the march as the drafted bovs
marched in waving their flags, which
was very pretty. After they were
seated, Miss Pullins proceeded with
her program. Opening song My
Country Tis of Thee. Praver offered
by Prof. G. W. Bates, Song "The Star
Spangled Banner." Prof. Bates ad
dressed the audience for about twenty
minutes. A paper by Miss M. B. Allen
Song "Waund With Care. Pror hv
Mrs. Carrie Clark, duot by Miss Sadie
B. Waltern and master Brown of
Pulaski. Paper by Mrs. Brown of
Pulaski. Solo by Miss Christine Lon
don. Dialogue by Miss Irene Kenedy
and others. Solo by Miss Irene Ken
edly, subject, "Somewhere in France
is Daddy." Solo by Mrs. Carrie Mai.
Elliott, subject Go and Wander. As
God so arranged It we were pleased to
have with us our Presiding Elder in
the person of Rev. Gardner, who Just
before the last song on program made
a very Interesting talk especially to
the drafted boys. Song, "O Mary Don't
Weep Don't Mourn. After this the
waiters prepared themselves by wear
ing white aprons, white crowns with
a red cross placed in the middle of
the crown. Mrs. Carrie M. Elliot,
Mrs. Mattie B. McCIure, Miss Irene
Kenerdy, Miss Christine London and
Mrs. Luzinka Watts served as wait
ers. Mrs. Georgia London was chair
man of the table, she appointed to help
Mrs. Allie Jones, Mrs. B. L. Larld,
Mrs. Eva Brown, Mrs. W. L. Penson,
Mrs. Silvesta Kenedy and Mrs. A.
B. Stalls. The first table was filled
with our drafted boys. Revs. Reed,
Gardner, and Bates, Miss Pullins and
a few mothers. The boys showed
their appreciatin by their presence.
There were plenty of everything to
eat, every body enjoyed the evening
and tried t omake it Jolly and pleas
ant for our boys. Rev. Reed Was
chairman. Bro. D. Alexander preach
ed Sunday at 11 o'clock from the 9th
chapter and 1st verse of St. John.
Sunday school officers for 1918 are as
follows: T. Allen, Supt. Mrs. Carrie
Clark, Asst. W. L. Penson, Bible
teacher, D. Alexander, Asst, Bible
teacher, B. Allen primary teacher, M.
B. Allen Asst. primary teacher. Mr. W.
L. Peneson, Secretary, Miss Irene
Kenedy, Asst. Secretary, Mrs. Carrie
Clark, Treasurer. Rev. E. R. Reed,
pastor. The little son of Mr. and Mrs
Rilley Jackson was burned to death
Friday, February 8th. Mrs. C. M,
Elliott and Mr. Vergal London took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John Brown
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Penson
took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
Laird, Sunday. Miss Christine Lon
don and Mrs. B. L. Laird were in
Lewisburg, last week shopping. Mrs.
Emma Jbhnson and little son of
Brick Church, spent several days with
her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pen
son. Early Monday morning, Jan.
28th God with his Almighty power,
sent the death angel to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ezell's and bore
away their little daughter, Nancy
Ezell, who was only 14 years of age,
and was an exceptional child she
was loved by all who knew her. She
was sick only three days, but as we
know not the day nor the hour, let
us all prepare to meet death. Lttle
Nancy leaves a father, mother grand
mother, relatives and a host of friends
to mourn her loss, but as it is our loss
me pray it is heaven's gain. May this
be a warning to her bereaved family
and most especially her father, Mr.
Charley Ezell, who has not taken Jesus
for his guide. Nancy has gone but
her soul will live throughout all the
countless ages of eternity.
Everything aiounti dear ol dChapel
Hill seems to be quiet, we have had a
few days of fine weather, and farmers
all seem that they have a farming
fever. Gardens are being prepared for
early seeding oat sowing is the general
occupation of our farmers. Bro. C.
C. Roland of Nashville was here Sun-
Corner it being his regular day at this
church. He also preached for us Sun
day night, quite a large number turn-
ed out. He took for his subject. "The i
Eagle Stired up Her Nest in Order I In the hearts and minds of all who
That Her Young Might be Aroused i heard them. Dr. T. W. Stevens of
to try their Wings," and he handled Columba, gave an able lecture at
his text in Bitch a way that it left an j Popular Creek school house, Wednes
everlasting impression on the minds i day night of last week, subject, Food
of his hearers. We also had an old Administration. All lectures were
time heart covenant meeting. It was j grand, ,and full of consideration. We
glorious to hear so many of the young , would be pleased to have these distin
convorts telling what God had done gulshed men call again, you are al
for them and what their future de- ways welcome. Mrs. Henry Alderson
terminations were. It waa almost i left for Chicago, 111 Saturday of last
heart breaking to hear some of the week she was accompalned by Mrs.
old converts tell of their trials and
tribulations in their Christian life and
many of them left the impression that
they were fighting for a captain, who
had never lost a battle. Communion
was taken. Bro. Ransom Morton, one
of our members is on the sick list
and is very feeble at this writing, his
illness is caused from exposure dur
ing the deep snow. His feet were
frost bitten so badly that all the toes
on his right foot have decayed and
are now off, and the large toe on his
left foot Is now off. His Wife died
about five months ago with lung
trouble. The old man Is now in a
starving condition and doubtless will
at an early date be carried to the
poor house. Sister Little Brown, the
vvife of Abram Brown Is very feeble.
Mrs. Lizzie tJasn ana Mrs. Azzalee
Cash spent last Monday and Tuesday
In Nashville returning home on the
12th. It seems that the hog market
is still high. Mrs. J. M. Baker sold
" comes with a breaking out all over
tr,e Doay and an aching ot the whole
system, the JJrs. say u is tne uerman
Quite an interesting meeting of the
Parent Teacher Association was held
at the public school recently. They
were favored with the presence of the
School Board. The news ot the sud-
den death ot the Rev. W. R. Smith
cast a shadow of gloom over the mom-
bershlp ot McCabe Temple, M. E.
Church as well as the entire communi
ty. He at one time served' here as
pastor and also as District Supcr!a
tendent. This being his second terra
and he was highly respected and had
many friends here who mourn1 his
loss. Rev. R. A. Dowell, Mrs. Jane
Shepherd and Miss Zodla Mae Saun
ders left Sunday afternoon for Mur
freesboro. to attend the funeral of
Rer. W. R. Smith. . A wedding ot
much interest took place Sunday night
at McCabe Temple M. E. Church when
Mr. Louise Martin and Mrs. Bell Card
niier were uticcd in thj toly bond3
of wedlock. The wedding march was
played by Mrs. R. A. Dowell. Mr. D,
C. Martin acted as best man follow
ed by Mr. Elmore Jenkins and Miss
Willie Clemmons. The bride entered
on the arm of the groom. The bride
was becomingly gowned in a suit of
Matrimonial design quite a nice crowd
witnessed The community extends
congratulation to the happy couple
and hoped for them a long and pros
perous life. Rev. Overal officiating,
The Rev. Grief filled the pulpit for
Rev. Dowell Sunday night, he preach
ed a wonderful sermon from the Gol
den rule. "Do unto all men as you
would have them do to you." Revs.
Peoples and Overall were at their
post of duty Sunday and had splendid
services. Mrs. Cora Hall who was
operated upon recently is doing nicely.
The public school will celebrate Wash
ington's Birthday, the 22nd a large
crowd is expected to attend. Sunday
Feb. .24. The choir and Sunday school
of McCabe Temple will render a
patriotic program, title, "The Negro
and the flag. That the example i of
Good Old Saint Valentine still lives
were made manifest, Thursday, Feb
14 when a band of fairies led by some
good mother fairy brought a beauti
ful basket decorated in various valen
tine designs and left it at the door
of Rev. R. A. Dowell pastor of Mc
Cabe Temple. This basket contain
ed all the good things Imaginable and
a nice little purse of money which
was valued at more than $6.00. Rev.
and Mrs. Dowell were very much de
lighted. It was later discovered that
Mrs. Inez Olden was the leader of
Mr. Patsy Thompson was called to
Nashville to attend the funeral of her
sister. Mr. Henry Davis has pur
chased a beautiful site, one mile from
town, on the Wartraco pike, and will
start building Immediately. Miss
Lina Daniel has been called to
Hopkinsville, to attend the funeral of
her brother-n-law. Mr. Robt. L. Ray
of Sault Ste Marie Michigan, is here
for a few days on business. He looks'
as if his lot has fallen in pleasant
places. Mr. Robt. Peebles is here
from Chattanooga to appear before
the examining board. Mrs. Lizzie
Peacock of Columba, spent several
days here visiting her mother and
friends. We are glad to learn that
health, happiness and prosperity at
tend her. Mr. Dan Burkeen, late of
unauanooga, nas reiuruBu to oueiuy
ville his former home and will reside
here permanently. Mrs. Ann Brame,
Widow of the late Dave Brame, was
buried Sunday from the A. M. E
church. Rev. E. F. Gooch, pastor
of Mt. Zion, delivered an excellent
sermon, Sunday, at the eleven o'clock
service to the boys who are soon to
leave for the training camp. The ser
mon was strengthenng and encourag
ing as well. The atendance was good.
The Willing Workers club met at the
residence of Mrs. W. A". Peppers. A
delightful menu was served. This is
the leading club in the A. M. E. church.
An interesting program was presented
Mr. W. H. Campbell acted as master
of ceremonies. Addresses were de
livered by Dr. J. E. Bias, W. H. Gosling
Esq., and Rev. W. A. Smith. Music
was furnished by the. Turner quartet.
Refreshments were served by the club.
$12.60 was raised. This amount was
presented to the pastor to send him
to Louisville to attend the Bishops'
council. . We are informed that the
holiness people will soon begin the
edection of a substantial building on
the lot which they have purchasied
and paid for.
Sunday was a fine day for church
goers. Rev. J. G. Stanfort favored his
members and congregation with a
new preacher, Sunday at 11 a. m..
Rev. James Johnson of Memphis,
Tenn. The Rev., seemed to be at his
best, and preached a soul stirring
At night, Hon. Mr. J. W.
Russell and Mr. J. F. Porter, white,
were introduced by Rev. Stanfort. Mr.
Porter gave a grand lecture on the
America is in it. Hon. Mr. J. W. Rus
sell was the next speaker of the hour,
subject, Food conservation. Both
lectures were grand and will live long
Henry Streyhorn, and Mrs. J. w. Hale
Mr. Ells Olderson made a flying trip
to Nashville, Wednesday of last week,
while there he was the guest of Mr.
Austin Martin. Mrs. Mamie Church
Bryant ot Shady Grove was called
to Nashville, Tuesday of last week on
the account of the illness of .her uncle,
Mr. Oce Church. She was accompalned
by Miss Chrlsteene Church. Mrs.
Janle Bryant arrived from Nashville
Monday of last week. Mrs. W. M.
Jehnson responded to the able lectures
made by Hon. Mr. J. W. Russell, and
Mr. J. T. Porter, also moved that the
audience extend to them a vote of
thanks by standing, second by Mrs.
A. M. Russell. Miss Myrtle Watkins
entertained several of her trends
Sunday. Mr. J. W. Hale of Darks
Mill, also Mr. Cliffort Straten and Mr.
Lonnle Hale of Earlington, Ky., were
the &uests of their mother, Mrs. Caro
line Hale, Sunday night. Mr. Cliffort
Stratton was the guest of Miss Myr
tle Watkins Sunday afternoon. Rev.
J. G. Stanfert and Mr. A. Blackburn
will leave for Culleoka, Tuesday of
this week to be In attendance of the
ministerial council. Mrs. A. L. Wat
kins made a business trip to Colum
bia last week.
Rev. C. W. Simmons is still in the
confine ot Vanderbilt Hospital, but Is
on the road to recovery. The people of
this county will regret to hear of the
death ot Rev. Marcus Miller ot Spring j
field formerly of this community. Miss
Mattie Burnett called to the Detention
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the Vanderbilt Hospital to visit Rev.
C. H. Simmons, besides the visits of
the family other visitors were Mr.
Albert Buchanan, Mr. C. Howard,
Mrs. Hatinah Leftwich, Miss Sallie
Brown and Mr. Elijah Jennings and
others. Mr. Edgar Simmons who was
recently married Is now making ar
rangements to move out home. Rev.
Chapel Sunday but the meeting went
on Just the same. In absence of Rev.
D. M. Brown was absent from Solomon
C. H. Simmons, Supt. of the Sunday
schooy, Mr. Isaac Peeble conducted
the Sunday school at the proper time
Mrs. Belle Cannon was here last
Thursday looking after the interests
of her home. Mrs. Belle Cannon who
is now employed at the city detention
home was at home on Thursday. The
Benevolent Order No. 107 held an In
teresting meeting Saturday night.
Dr. Geo. B." Lennox, of Nashville,
was the guest of Miss Ada Sadler,
of East Trousdale street, Sunday
Miss Sadler spared no pains in mak
ing Dr. G. B. Lennox visit a pleas
ant one. Miss Laura J. . Bostick
spent Saturday with friends in
Nashville. Mrs. Ollie Martin will
leave Monday for St. Louis, Mo.,
where she will make her future
home. IMr. and Mrs. Bill Harlin en
tertained Rev. T. W. Johnson at i
o'clock dinner Sunday. Miss L. J.
Bostick aleo dined with Mr. and Mrs.
Harlin , Sunday. Mrs. Fannie North
cutt is out again after being Indis
posed for' a few days. Rev T. W.
Johnson, pastor of Pickett Chapol
M. E. Church, was at his best Sun
day. He preached two strong Ber
mons and the members believe Rev,
Johnson is the right man in- the
right place. Mrs. Bettie Hancox
spent last week in Nashville as the
Y"est of her' sister, Mrs. Henrietta
Howell. She reports a jolly time.
Miss Mildred Lawrence ot Nashville
spent (Monday in Lebanon with her
rarents, Mr. and Mrs. Fate Lawrence.
The most delightful party of the
season was that given Thursday eve
ning, February 14th, 1918, by Mr.
1 proy Crutchfield at the beautiful
home of .Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon,
447 Sycamore treet, " in honor ot
Miss Carrie Williams of Murfrees
boro, Tenu. Mrs, Gordon assisted her
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