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NASIIVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MARCH 15. 1918.
PEARL HIGH MILk
The Tearl High soldiers took up
the manual of arms Monday, March 4.
At present they have learned all the
tactics concerning the gun. They are
soon to take up the bayonet exercises.
There is no reason why this company
should not be the greatest on earth
with such leaders as Lieut Frank A.
Rosworth, Top Sergt, Clarence W.
Seay and Sergt Walker. Meat l!os
worth is a born military leader, lie
has had much pvnnrionA in ,. ,;);,.,-
allairs, having served in the National!
A. F. Cadets from a private up to '
Lieut. Col. which position he holds :
now. He has also served in the Na-1
tional Guards and the United States 1
' The boys are all setting re-idv to go
bring the Kaiser home. One of the !
most enteresting features of last -I
month was a Court Martial over which
Lieut Bosworth presided. Top Sergt.
Seay was the prosecuting attorney and
Sergt. Singleton was the Defender's
Attorney. Five non commissioned of
ficers were jury, one of the Sergeants
was charged with disobedience and
disorder. He was found guilty and
the Jurys decision was that he be re
duced In rank Corporal who is now
the Senior Corporal has filled this po
sition better than any other Corporal
has. Sergt. Walker, commander of
the first platoon Is an able leader also
Sergt. McFay Looper the left Guide of
the first platoon.
Corporal Robert Walker and first
class private McCullough are also on
the road to promotion.
T. J. McLemre, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. McLemore of 12 Cannon street,
died at his home Friday evening Feb.
22. His death was caused by a sereve
attack of pneumonia. His funeral
was held Monday afternoon, Feb. 25th
at Gay Street Christian Church.
"T. J." was well known at Pearl
High, being a sutdent of the High
School until last Sept. when the lo
cation of the school was changed.
Since the beginning of school in Sci
tember. ho has been attending Walden
University. He has a host of friends
.at Pearl HizU-who mourn his loss.
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OUT OF TOWN NOTES
The d.:ors of oah cluivh wo e
oH'n last Sunday a id oai :i m nis
Ur was foumi c.t his post ami each
uwmlier in his pew. Tne vvi;'- of
iir. Tom lii!e dud in l.yn v.w last
week and Kev. A. K. Marti. i was
tailed ly Ion , distant to a: lend :h.
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1 ioaSo. III., ast wceU. il.r r.mai s
were brought to Shelby vi:l- fo.
buriaI' , an'1. he funori.t ums l-eh!
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.mi. i r,tiui n 11:1s n;iiM llieuus I.i
Tullahoma. He chiimme-,1 a lung ti:n
with V. .M. Jenkiim and Tat On.f Mr
Joe Kimes was very busy last week
winding up his business near tin- A
M. K. Church. He will leave soon
for the married life again. Rev. W
H. lloddy of McMinnville was i'
town last Monday shaking hands wi;h
his many friends. Last Monday was
settling day at the recorder's court
and a large number went up to settle
.Mrs. Laura Clendenen is still on the
sick list. No improvement at this
writing. Mrs. Emeline Brown was
quite sick last Monday, but is a little
Improved at this writing. Mr. Dullar
Woods spent last Sunday In McMinn
ville. Mrs. Dixon, who has been quite
sick, is much better at this writing.
Read the Globe and keep posted like
Isaac Holmes. Installation of Pas
tor D. Jere Tate and spiritual re
union by the membership of Mt. Zion
Haptist Church, iTullahoma, Tenn.,
Sunday, March 21th. Each men.ber
and friend is asked to give 50 cents
as a rally offering to meet present
di mands. At 8 p. m., sermon. The
Women's Missionary and Educational
Society met at the usual hour at the
home of Sister Calile Wakefield.
Opened by singing "Glory to His
name." Scripture lesson was read by
Sister Magnolia Vhittaker. Matthew
10:1-10. Sang "Come, ye that love
the Lord." Sister McGee offered a
fervent prayer. Song. "Show pitv.
Lord." The minutes of the last meet
ing were read, received and adopted
Sister Susie Ki'ifTsal and discussed
the lesson found in Mark 5:1-6, sub
ject, "Jesu rejected at Nazareth."
Lesson tanuht by Sister Ella Talor.
Sang, "What a friend we have in
Jesus!" Roll called and responded
to by verses. Number of persons
present, IS; collection, 92c. Sister
Shears introduced her niece of .Mc
Minnville, Sister Rhoda Maisa. Sh
made some interesting remark3. A
few remarks by the president, bro.
Sutton and others The sisters are
preparing to give the pastor, Rev. D.
J. Tate, a reception March 2:!rd at
the Baptist church and hall. Sang
"Blest be the tie that binds" and the
hand of fellowship was extended Dis
missed by Bro. Peter Sutton. Sister
Wakefield served a two course men it
They adjourned to meet next Mondav
at the home of Sister Ella Shears.
We are having fine spring weather
now. The farmers are busy plowing
getting ready to plant their crops.
Rev. Green Thompson filled his pul
pit at his church Sunday and Sunday
night. They report good services.
Sister Jane Lockrldge is still very
feeble at the home of Rev. Green
Thompson. Rev. Floyd Flippin? till
ed the pulpit at the Holiness Chinch
Sunday. Rev. A I. Thompson lille.
the pulpit at night. They report i.
good service. The members of Wes
ley Chapel iM. E. Church are plan
ning for their rally on the third Sun
day. They hope for a f;reat success
as they are goin.e: to entertain the
District Conference. Mr. Frank Mc
l.emore was in our midst Sunday vis-
frlcmls. Miss Florence E
1'iown spent the day in Nashville
Sunflay. Mr. James Wado spent the
.lav at Dark's Mill Sum'ay. Messrs.
S. B. Bond, Jr., Ross Bon!, E. A
Bond and David Ratelifl were in
Franklin Sunday nteht. Mm. Mary
Bond and her mother. Mrs. Etta
Campbell, were the guests of Mrs.
S. li. Bond Friday. Aunt Jemlmah
Adkins died Monday, March Hh. Sho
H was SS years old. She leaves to
survive her six children: one son,
Mr Ike Adkins. of Ohio, and five
girls. Mrs. Etta Campbell, Mrs.
Amanda Rotindtree, Mrs. Millie Hill.
.Mrs. Callie Lockrlduo and Mrs. Han
nah Walker. She had 21 grandchil
dren, 10 greatgrandchildren. Am'
Jemimnh embraced hope in Christ in
her nung das and lived a consis'ent
Christian all of her life. She wa
loved by nil who knew her, colored
and while. Her funeral was very
largely attended by friends from thN
pla e as she was so well thought of
by them The funeral was conducts
by Rev. 3. W. Sherrill and Rev
Green Thompson. Interment at ew
Givveyatd Cemetery. Mr. S. B. Bond,
undtriaker In charge.
Wo are having spring wealhT
now. The farmers are getting busy.
A large number attended the show
in Alamo Monday anil the concert
Monday night. '.Mr. W. W. Cole at
te.'.iilc l" the lio-ird meeting Thursday
and Friday. Dr. L. D. Thomas and
Mr. Ossin Reams motored to Tells
Friday evening, carrying Misses Mary
and Bessio Searcy to A'amo" to be
in the board meeting. While in
Alamo they had the plensure of meet
ing many friends and s-hoolmates.
Mr. Joseph Bonds is confined to his
bed at this wilting. We hone to see
him out soon. Miss Paralee Wor
phan, who has been quite sick for
several days, waB able to attend
church Sunday night. A large num
ber were present. Sunday night to
hour Rev. Wisdom. Rev. Murray
wns also wilh Rev. Hunt Sunday
night. We are always glad to have
Rev. Murray with us. Dr. A. C. Jen
ne'to, Mr. and Mrs. Wf. W. Cole, an
other lady (failed to get her name)
motored to Jackson Sunday evening.
Mr. S. S. Searcy has purchased n lot
near his residence and will build
soon. Dr. I. D. Thomes, Mr. Ossle
Reams, Misses iMary and Resale
Searcy were en route to Jackson Sun
day evening, but the wind turned
them around. Messrs. Emmet llnrdy
and Samuel Searcy, were to join
them at some place near Jackson.
When the wind turned them back to
Bells, the young men got off their
track and they never met until six
o'clock. Mrs. Lucy Blaydo of Mc
Kcn;:le. is visiting her mo; her and
father this week. Mrs. .Minnie Tay
lor is better at this writing. Mast t
Marion lloycan was able to entr
school Monday after an illness of
to vevks. Buy a Globe and real
'li.' news and come to church and
Sunday school. The W. W. Club me
Monday afternoon at " o'clock. Mrs.
Mollie McLemore attended, the boni!
.luvting in Alamo, Tenn., Thurs.lut
and Friday. Several visitors wire I t
Stinday school Sunday. 'This Sund'a
school is doing tine work with its
liv.der, ilro. W. 11. Richmond. We
.ei"0:ne another scholar into school
Monday. Mrs. Mattie Clark Is rest
lnf; tine at this writing. Mrs. S. S
Searcy, Sr., was quite sick Monday
uuht. Several children are boardinr.
i.i Hells, attending school.
A general mass meeting will be held
at the Court House Sunday at 2::!i
o'clock In the interest of the V. S.
Thrift Stamps. The occasion will be
made very patriotic in order that the
people generally may catch the en
thusiasm. The public school choir
will furnish music for the occasion.
The speakers will be appointed dur
ing the week by Dr. G. W. Powers,
secretary of the Board of Education.
All pastors of the city with their con
gregations will be present. Mrs. A
P. Lillard of Dayton, O., the daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. T. W. Hampton, is
spending a few weeks visiting pa
rents and friends. Mrs. Walter
Wright of Carbondale. 111., is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. llatlie Howard.
Mrs. Sarah Matherson has just re
turned from St. Louis, where she
reports having spent a pleasant time
with relatives. We are glad to sec
Rev. G. P. Woodson out again after
being in several week3 as the result
of a serious injury from a fall dur
ing the bad weather. Rev. J. P. Price,
the state evangelist of the M. E.
Church, spent this week here. He
lectured at Wiley Chapel Wednesday
night and at the public school Thurs
day mornin.g. The district superin
tendent, Rev. J. Boothe, also made his
usual visit -to the school and gave a
verv interesting address. The Sov.in"
Guild of the A. M. E. Church will
meet with Mrs. Rboert Bridges, Fri
day, March 2?nd. Everything is in
readiness to begin the new building
for the fit v school, which will pos
sess all modern conveniences. Mrs.
T. J. McLemore was called to Nash
ville on account of the death of her
son. She has our sincere sympathy.
The buttercups and the chirp of
the birds tell us that spring is ap
proaching. Everybody la preparing
for better gardens this year than
ever before. Mrs. Emma Gray and
son, Charley, have returned Irom
Sewanee after an extende I visit. Mrs.
Rosa Phillips is still '.lumbered with
the sick. We hope for her an early
recovery. Little Quintell Petty is
confined to his bed with pneumonia.
Kev. Blackman of Murfreesboro
preached a wonderful sermon last
Tuesday evening at the A M. E.
Church. Miss Katie Reward of W ater
Town is vlsltin; her sister, Mrs. 1'. E.
Fraser. Mr. V. M. Hyler of Coal
mont spent the week-end with rela
tives and friends at this place. Mra.
.Mary Xeal, who has been quite ill.
Is convalescing. Rev. Vance or
Clarksville has accepted the pastor
ate of the First Baptist Church. We
are glad to have him here as he
seems to be the right man in tin
right place. Mr. Cal Phillips of Se
wanee made a Hying trip to this i
I Saturday. .Miss Luella Moss is teach
ing night school at the public school
I house. Wake up, young men and
ladies! There is an opportunity t"
redeem the time. Rev. Warsa,
preached a soul-stirring sermon at
the A. M. E. Church Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Pink Sims and Mrs.
Sallie Woods of Sewanee 'Were k
town last week. Mr. Ben Hollan;!
of Sewanee spent the week-end with
his family at this place. Mr. Jess
Knuckles and family have moved
Sewanee. Mr. Howard Mann, Mns
dames V. L. Syler, D. A. Hunt, Vina
Colyar. Vella and Caroline Mann
motored to Decherd Friday evening
to attend the revival. Mr. Will Bat
tles says he will find it necessary to
observe the meatless days from the
fact smoo thief broke Into his house
and stole a whole hog. When such
characters as that are caught i;nd
punished, the town will bo better off.
The chickens are having to most
high here of late. Rev. W. H. Bod
die is visiiing his family at this
place. Mrs. Emma Crny is on the
sick list attain. The Phyllis Wheat
ley D. S. Club met last Wetlnesdny
evening at the residence of Mrs. W.
M. Cray on Belvidero pike. After
spending a slio't time It needle-work
the iTO-ident called the club to o
der by Scripture lcs-o'i. Prayer by
Mrs. L. Rntlecfce. Roll was" called
and "responded to with Bible quota
tions. A very timelv paper, sub
ject, "How Carp Club Ladies Advance
the Cause of Edifntion," was beauti
fully delivered by Mrs. Gray. Each
lady took an active part in the dis
cussion. A question dropped into
the query' box by Mrs. D. A. Town
send created l"ui Interest. Mrs
Carter led the discus-Ion which wa
followed by each lady. After the
Charity Commi'tee reported the club
donated nil cents to .Mrs. Marv Nlel.
Business being finished the hostess
presented a verv delicious menu to
the club composed of a salad course
and cream which was lavishlv serv
ed. . She also favored the club with
music. We all enloyed a very social
evening. Adjourne' to meet at
Mrs. A. Arnctt's in Washington
Mrs. Eunice Cooper is getting busy
with the children preparing a ,program
to be rendered at the A. M. E. Church
Easter Sumlay. Don't fail to be pres
ent. 'Mir. Mitchel Whlttaker was In
our town Sunday. Miss Jane Couch
has returned to Knoxvllle Mrs. Bill
Ivie is in Murfreesboro nt the bed
side of her sick daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Ella HawMiiB, who ia sick at this
writing. We hope for her a speedy
recovery. Miss Alice Leo Nelson and
Miss Eva Phillips of Wartrace were
here Saturday. Miss Mlnzer Prultt
lot N:-.sh'l'a the' guest Sunday of
her pvre'fs, Mr. and Mrs. Ae Prultt.
-Mr. Joe wsite ail Mr. fu'.is'Xf.rGrew
8;:ent Friday tight and Saturday In
Murfrees'oro. , While thwe they
were the guests of Mr; Luke Nelson.
Mr. Tom Carney is at home on a few
days' vacation. 'Mr Mack ErTin was
around visiting the sick Sunday morn
ing. Rev. S. Wooten, who has been
prearhinir at Mt. Zlon Baptist Church
for severs! nights, left Monday for his
home in Sheffield, Ala. A fine mare
owned by Mr. Joo Walte was killed
by the train last week. Wo are hop
ing that the Comnany wl'l make good
his loss. Miss Susie Clark left Sat
urdav for Nashville to visit her daugh
ter. Miss Sophia Cooper, who is sicK.
Mrs. Sandy Byles of Beach Grove
passe 1 tbrouch our town Monday en
route to Mt. Pleasant where her moth
er is very sick. We are glad to see
Mr. D. MtHey out ag:'!n after several
davs' confinement. Mr. Will Myers
s"e- last week at homo with his
family. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hoov
er had as their dinner guest Sunday
Rev. M. V. Hawkins. Mrs. Miary
Part and Mrs. Belle Myers were seen
visit ins the sick Monday afternoon.
The prize given to the class leader
who made tho largest cash report last
Monday nteht was won by Mr. Ryley
Clark. Quite a crowd attended ser
vices at thc Baptist Church and also
the A. M. B. Church Sunday. Both
of these churches have strong Chris
tian men as pastors and they are
loved by their people., Mr. Dan Fu
gltt who has been ill for quite a while,
we are glad to say is improving. Mrs.
Victoria Fugitt spent Sunday in Nash
ville. Quite a number of people here
are suffering ith vaccinated arms.
Mr. Emmanual Ashley and Mr. Eulis
McGrew are expectng to leave soon
for Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. Ida Scruggs
met Rev. Hawkins Monday and paid
him one dollar on her back church
dues. The Rev. is hoping that all de
linquent members will do likewise.
While preparing a 'cabbage for dinner
Tuesday Mrs. Earthy Martin found a
six inch snake in the leaves of the
cabbage. They had a cabbageless
dinner that day.
A wedding of much interest took
place Tuesday night at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Summers,
when Mr. David Summers and Miss
Irene Dobin were united in the Holy
bonds of iwedlooki Miss Annie L. and
Miss Mamie Biffle were the week-end
guests of the Misses Wainwright of
Columbia recently. :Mr. Charlie Dans
hy's many friends are pleased to
know that he Is able to be out again
nt his daily occupation. Mr. and Mrs.
Tames Pulse made a flying trip to
Crossbridges. There they were the
guests of home folks. Miss Jerrill
Pulse and Miss Samella Frierson of
Crossbridees were the house guests
of Mrs. Harvy Hutson last week. Mlrs.
Rachel James of Chicago, 111., was
called here on the account of the seri
ous illness of her sister, Mrs. Sallie
Strayhorn. Mr. Henry Strayhorn, her
son, was also called from the above
named nlace March 4th, Inst., on ac
count of the serious illness and death
of his wife,. Mrs. Lucretia Stray-!
horn. Mrs. Henry Strayhorn left for
Chicago, 111., Feb. 9, 1918, to join her
husband who is there in business
March 5th. Mr. John Hutcherson re
ceived a message from long distance
that his daughter, Lucretia was dead,
and that her remains would ,be shin
ned to Williamsport for burial MarCh
flth, inst. This was very shocking to
all who knew her, both- white an
colored. 'Rev. G. J. Stanford had just
left for Franklin, Ky.,- to spend a,
few days with home folks. He was
notified at once. Rev. If. L. P. Jones,
D. D., of Nashville. ex-Presiding Elder
was called to Williamsnort to attend
the funeral of Sister Strayhorn. He
was accompanied by Rev Z. W. Hill.
D. D of Nashville. They motored
through in the cni- aid were here on
Mme. Mr. John ITutcherson. Jr., her
brother arrived from Nashville March
7th inst. Mr Jackson Mnrrran, her
undo, Mrs. Harr'et Alexander her
nnntle, Mrs. Lula Jetton and Miss
Hattio Alexander, Imr cousins, p'l of
N'.nshvlile, were here in attendance
"t th" funeral. fUr Howard Hutcher
son. her brother of Columbia, arriv
ed Saturday. Funenl service was
from the A. M. E. Church Saturday
nt 2:30 n. m conducted by Rev. S.
J. Stanford Mrs. W. M. Johnson
played the funeral march while the
flower girls came slowly un the aisle
in front of the corpse. 'Rev. Z. W.
Hill, D. D., offered prayer. The obi
tuary was read bv Mrs. M. Rus
sell, also resolutions from Brother
Hicks of Chicago. Tu., were rend by
Mrs. Russell. Funeral discourse was
delivered by Rev. TT. L. P. Jones, D.
D., of, St. Paul, Nashville and the re
mains were laid to rest in Porter's
Cemetery. Death seems to ride on
every breeze and lurk in everv flow
er. (It. visits riicH :noor, high i'n-1
low: it makes no dVference in- teh
station of life. It behooves us to be
prepared to meet the nnter death.
Sister Lucretia Stravhorn was born in
Rutherford Countv. near Murfrees
boro, Tenn., Mav 2fi, 1879. She de
parted this life March 4. 1918. Her
illness was very brief. She was in
bed only six days. iShe professed, a
hone in Christ when quite young,
April 18, 1897. 'Sister Lucretia and
Brother Henry Stravhorn were unit
ed tin marriage. Sisteit (Strayhorn
was a faithful member and a consis
tent Christian of the A. M E. 'Church
for nineteen years. She was always
willing to do her best wherever
placed. She praised God' until the
great monster death came and car
ried her soul to the sweet land' of
rest The song she rejoiced over
was "You may look for me for I'll be
there.' The church and the mission
ary society have lost, a star but
heaven, wo trust has gained a lewel.
We bow in bumble - sttbmfeslon to
Him who doeth all things well with
our eves lifted towards the hills of
heaven and our hearts filled iwith
the love of God. We beg to use
these wordis: "Behold, an Israelite
indeed, In whom we have found no
truile." Death Is omy a dream. Why
should we weep when Lucretia is
at rest In the 'bosom of Jesus sur
preme, In the mansions of glory pre
nared for the blest. She will wake
with glad smiles from her dreams.
HOME INFIRMARY NOTES.
Among the many operations done
at tho infirmary the last week were
two from Madisonville, Kv. Mrs.
Johnnie Waters having a large fib
roid tumor removed by Dr. Burt last
Saturday. Mr. Willie Wadklns of
Madisonville, underwent an opera
tion last week, both are doing well
and entirely out of danger. Mrs.
Panthea Brewer, , Big Rock, Tenni,
Mrs. Daisy Mimms, Guthrie, Gy., Miss
Nettie Citlctt, Elgcton. K"'., Mrs
fetMe B'jtr'ctt. Aduir.ville, !y.. Mrs.
..Mittie N'orthlnjrton. Port "' Roya!,
,Tenn.. Miss Eliza Hopewell. Louis
iitUle, Ky.t Mrs .. S.u-ih - McQnairy,
(Outhrle, Kv., Mrs. Lillie MeColn,
jEdgeton. Ky.. Mrs. Vrane Prieeelv,
Oak Grove, Ky., Mrs. Charltv Gup
ton. Clarksville, Tenn.. Miss Dorothy
narker. St. Bethlehem. Tenn.. Mr.
Noral Thomas, Woodlawn, Tenn.,
Mrs. Josephine Meriwether, Hamp
ton S.ition. Tenn., Mr. Wash, Barker,
Kdgeton, Ky. All the above having
operations and are doing well. . Dr.
H. H. Proctor and his comely little
wife were pleasant callers at the
Infirmary last week, the doctor
bringing a patient down for opera
tion. Mrs. Geo. W. Myers, of Linden,
Tenn., cttme up lait week to bring
Mis3 Gladvs Sharp, who has been
added to the Infirmary force. Mrs.
Sarah Jackson, one of the oldest
surgical nurses of Clarksville, is now
at the Inflrmarv. Mr. Clenny Fug
gett of Adairville, Ky., was a pleas
ant caller at the Infirmary last week.
We vore very much delirhtod to have
as our caller Miss Estella Richards,
District Superintendent of Colored
Schools and Mrs. Susie Brown, Coun
ty Supervisor as visitors to the In
firmary. Dr. Burt ha3 just pur
chased another car, a big new sup
er, six Buick. She runs like a new
sewing machine. Mrs. Amy J. Clark
is spending the week-end at the In
firmary. Among those at the Infirm
ary last week was Rev. Neblett.
Miss Bettie Hudson and brother,
Jack, left for Indianapolis, Ind., Sun
day morning where they will visit
friends for several weeks. Miss
Katie Mayberry of State Normal was
here last week to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Mayberry, of
Blythe Street. Misses Lily and Edna
Statin of Starks Knob were pleasant
visitors at the home of Mrs. Mary
Anthonv on last
owe the Globe boy anything? If so,
p:iy mm. miss Flora Morgan, age
eight years, daughter of Mr. Jerry
Morgan of Eastside died at his
home on last Sunday morning of tu-
uercuiosia. sne naa been ill for
about tWO Weeks Pun oral oor-rlnoo
were conducted at the home by Rev.
-tiavis. Burial followed at Gallatin
Cemetery, and was in charge of Har
ris and Jenkins, undertakers. Mes
dames Mary Duncan and Amanda
White and Miss Lucy Lane of the
Woods Ferry Pike was in Hartsvllle
last week visiting relatives and
friends and report a fine time. Mr.
Dillard Peyton, who died in Louis
ville, Ky., last week was brought to
this city and buried at Cairo on Wed
nesday, March 5th. He was a broth
er of Miss Lizzie Davis of Cairo. The
body was taken in charge when it
arrived here by Harris and Jenkins,
undertakers. Mrs. George Anderson
is very seriously ill at the home of
her mother, Mrs. Mary Anthony on
East Bledsoe street. The rally held
at Key Chapel Church on last Sun
day was announced a treat
a neat sum of money being realized.
tumner Lodge No. 203, Knights of
Pythias is contlnulnsr to add to its
already large number of brave men.
Applications of Messrs. James and
tiarnson McClelland are now in the
hands of the investigating committee.
Now is an excellent time to join,
while its' dispensation is now open.
It you are interested, speak to Jas.
VV. Payne, Chancellor Commander or
Edward V. Anthony, Deputy Grand
Chancellor. Edward Pye the 14 year
old son. of Mr. Louis Pye died at the
home of his father on Gravs Rtreet.
on last Thursday evening. Funeral
at the residence by Rev. Peter Ver
trees, the burial being in charge of
Harris and Jenkins. We had a coal
less winter, wonder if we will ho
an iceless snmme? Compositor, Geo.
alter a two weeks'- confine
ment to his bed with illness is back
at his case in the composing room of
the Sumner County News. Mesdames
Louis Weathers and William Ander
son were in Franklin, Ky., last Sun
day, the guests of Mrs. Ned Mahan.
The Sunday school teachers
met at the home of Riinerinten-
dent J. W. Horton, recently. Rev.
Vertrees, pastor of Winchester Bap
tist Church unanimously elected
teacher, was present with his corps
of Sunday school teachers and vis
itors as well. The lesson was effi
ciently taught and all felt stronger
after listening to Rev. Vertrees' ex
planation of same. After the reg
ular routine of work, Mrs.
Horton and son surprised the party
by serving a twto coure menu, Mrs.
Fanny Wylie, the appointee for cour
tesies, being absent, Mrs. Vertrees,
In a few appropriate words thanked
the host and hostess for their hospi
tality. Adjourned. Miss Sam Ella
Lyles is sick at this writing. The B.
B. Y. P. U. has seemingly taken new
interest in the work. The atten
dance is fine and the work is prog
ressing tinder the leadership of Bro.
John McClelland. Mr. Henry Tol
linger Is critically ill at his home on
Pied River Pike. Alvin Gary or the
Sailor's Return, an opera in three
acts, presenting wit and humor,
plenty of fun with a great moral les
son was presented at Key Chapel M.
E. Church on last Friday evening.
Those who represented the various
characters were as follows: Alvin
Gray, Mr. Dock Jenkins; Betsy Gray,
Mrs. Mattie C. Chavis; Alvin Gray,
Jr., Mr. R. B. Baker; Natience Al
good, Mrs. Tattle M. Harris; SI
Weakness, Mr. Ruben Harris; George
Primllfe, Dr. W. E. McKissack; Lucy
Gray, Miss Fannie Harris; Nancy
Pastyouth, Miss Eunice Bush; Capt.
Sharktooth, Mr. Willie Lee Culp;
Two old men, D. I. C. Ramsey, Rev. J.
D. Chavis; Children, Katie Randolph,
Douglas Chavis; Matilda Jones, Mrs.
Clara Baker. Each performer ably
performed their part and showed
great credit for their instructor.
Final was a patriotic song, "Keep the
home fires burning."
The State examination will be con
ducted by Profs. S. C. Rainey and J.
C. McAdams, Friday and Saturday.
The county high school board in
making provision for the county high
schools established five white high
schools and made no provision for
colored. The colored reading circle
which met last Saturday, appointed
a committee to remind the board of
this oversight, and ask for a high
school to be loclted at ' Shelbyville.
This is the proper course to pursue,
and. we hope that -,our' people
throughout the state, wherever' high
school facilities are not provided,
will ask for them and let the proper
authorities know that we are think
ing. The reading circle will next
meet the first Saturday in April.
The superintendent has announced
that preference in schools will ' be
given to thOBe teachers who attend
the' 'circle. Mr. Bertrand Dsvis has
rct.irned home from the State Nor
mal. The Hawkins grocery is Hear
ing completion. Every gardnjr who
has a horse now is "it." Their priceg
seem extortionate at first sight but
It should be remembered that corn is
ten dollars a barrel. Miss Lucindla
Wilson came home from the moun
tains quite sick, and is not improv
ing. The body of Mr. Ed Gill, . who
died in Chattanooga, was brought
here for interment. The remains
were accompanied by the family, Mr.
Flipper, and Mr. James McElroy.
Pnder the Btipcrintendency of Mr.
Robt. Dysart, the Mt. Zlon Sabbath
school is taking on new lite. The
enrollment has greatly increased..
An attractive Easter program Is be
ing prepared. Mrs. Maggie Frierson
who is on the sick list is no better.
Mrs. Emma Bradbury was visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Lettie Stone, Sunday.
Mrs. Myrtle Waite of Bellbuckle. is
visiting her uncle, Mr. Andrew
Couch. The willing workers club of
the A. M. E. Church met Monday
afternoon at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. George Crowell. After the
transaction of business a six course
menu was served. Those present
were Madams M. L. Orr, Ada E. Jen
nings, Ruthle Sanders, Susie Braz
ier. Each one expressed himself as
having a delightful time. Mrs. Jen
nie Waggoner of Tullahoma, Miss
Hattie Mitchell of Mulberry, Mr. Ed
die Mitchell of Chicago, Mr. OUie
Gibson of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs.
William Johnson of Nashville at
tended the funeral of Mr. Wilson
Mitchell laBt week. Mr. Henry
Davis will move Into his new bunga
low soon. Mrs. Willie Sims, and son,
Boyd H. were visitors In East Shel
byvllle recently. Mr. E. L. Peacock
of Columbia brought the remalnB of
his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Gilden, who
died in Chicago, to Shelbyville for
burial. Miss Georgia Blakemore also
was present. Miss Lula Evans John
son of Nashville was here attending
the funeral of Mrs. Lizzie Gilden.
Leave news items at Mr. Robt. Dy
serts. UNION CITY.
Rev. L. Morgan from Mound City, 111.,
assisted Rev. William Mays, pastor of
Free Will Baptist Church in his re-
i vilal. Twelve confessions were made
and ten joined the Free Will Baptist
Church. Mrs. Sarah Easlen left laBt
week for Paris, Tenn., her new dwel
ling city. She carried with her very
best wishes of her Union City friends.
Mrs. Mamie Boose made a flying trip
to Fulton. Mr. Kelly Philips and
family were seen passing through our
dear little city last week en route from
Cairo, 111 to Hickman, Ky. How sad
the reporter and citizens were when
told that Rev. G. W. Spearman was
called to Memphis on account of ill
ness of wife. Mr. J. B. Burrus of
Woodland Mills, who made a flying
trip to Union City last week was quest
of Miss Mollie Williams Frank Clay
is touring Fulton and Mayfield on busi
ness. Miss Edna Polk, made a trip
to Hickman last week. We were very
glad to learn of Mr. Braden Caruther's
advent from Obion, last week, and
sincerely trust he will dwell with us.
Rev. A. J. Johnson made a trip to
Martin last week. Mrs. Bart Wedding
ton is convalescing. The members
and friends of Christian Church wish
to say that $90 was raised in their
rally last week for which they extend
courteous thanks to well wishing
friends. Mr. Uystes Valentine is up
and will son be out. with cronies.
Little Miss Tony and Master Bennie
Patterson are victims of mumps; not
very serious and will soon be O. K.
Mrs. Tarlee Moore was getting on
nicely until a fall gave her a back
set, yet she is improving. Mrs. Pat
tie McClellan left last week for her
home in Jackson. Tenn., Mrs. Mc
Clellan's trip was very highly en
joyed and she will soon return again.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cox who moved
to Gayr, Intl., last week were guests of
I Mrs. D. Love while passing through
I the city. Miss Alice Powell also left
for Cairo to dwell. Best wishes Miss
Powell. Mr. W. M. Harris made a trip
I to Hickman, Ky. Miss. Irene Ship
of Brownsville, Tenn., is guest of Rev.
and Mrs. N. S. Ship. Mr. and Mrs.
Will Taylor and Mrs. Bessie Harper
were guests of Rev. and Mrs. N. S.
Ship last week. Miss Ella Steele
pawed through our little city last
week from Hickman to Cairo. While
Miss Lena Blackmore was making a
Journey from Hickman to Oakton. The
Y. G. C. Club met with little Miss
Eddie Laise Clemens last week. A
two course menu was served and the
little girls had a delightful time.
Mrs. Addie Bell left for Tiptonville.
last, week while Mrs. Jossie Swift
sailed to Cleaveland, Ohio, both carry
ing with them, best wishes from
Union City. Regretting friends of Mr.
James Hurst ill are wishing for him a
speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs.
Caruthers Morris went to Jordan last
week, to attend tho funeral of her
brother, Mr. Nathaniel Morris. Miss
Maggie Collier left for Cayce, last
I week to dwell. Best wishes Miss Col
lier. At this point dear customers,
permit nie if you please to give you
the proceedings of the evening last
Thursday night at Mile3 Junior High
School to wit. The house was called
to order by Master of Ceremonies, Prof.
A. M. Gilbert at 8:30 o'clock. Song,
American, by the audience. Prayer,
Mr. Egbert Tansel. Song, "Steal
away," led by Miss Q. T. Wells and
followed by the audience. Introduc
tory by Prof. A. M. Gilbert. The Pres
bytery at the C. P. Church will convene
Thursday before the fourth Sunday
and will continue throughout the week.
We are anticipating a very large dele
gation ami solicit your assistance in
carrying for them. Kindly open your
hearts and doors and help us. Miss
Cozettie Robinson wishes to say that
she is taking music lessons from Mrs.
Virginia Harris. Rev. H. G. Harris
en route from Dyersburg to Cairo,
passed through our dear little city last
week. Miss Ida Laster from Trenton,
Tenn., is now guest of Mr. Green Bowd
lng. Let us bestir ourselves and make
it pleasant for Miss Laster. Mr. J. H.
Lane was seen passing through our
dear little city last week en route from
Kenton, to Terrlll, Tenn.. The Will
ing Workers A.M. E. Club xrkt at the
home of Mrs. B. L.. Clark, Monday
afternoon. Meeting opened with Vice
President, Miss Nannie Cross in the
chair. Members present Misses Nan
nie anl Lena Cross, Mrs. Jossie Nes
bitt, Mrs. Louana Bransford, Misses
Pauline, and Q. T. Wells, Miss Eva
Mai Clark and Mrs. B. L. Clark. Miss
Q. T. Well3 presided at the piano. The
club atlpourned to meet next Monday,
at Mrs. L.A . Bransford's Mrs. B.
L. Clark was hostess to the W. B. Q.
Club Thursday afternoon. Meeting
opened in usual form with the Ex-president
present. Members responded to
roll call with Biblical quotations and
dues. When the club adjourned they
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left the hostess all smiles over a new
comfort. Adjourned to meet with Mrs.
Andrew Totton next meeting. Dr. S.
L. Cunningham made a professional
trip to Hickman last week. Mrs. Mol
lie Parnes who met. with an operation
at McMlllian's Hospital returned last
week. Pr. Blickman of Dresden as
sifted Dr. David in a very serious
operation on Mrs. J. ID. Hell last week,
patient is dolnfc nicely. Mrs. Davo
Rickman of Rives was in the city last
week for medical attention- from Dr.
David. Mrs. Mollie Earner is better,
who is confined to bed by a nail
wound. Little Miss Alice V. Daniels
is nov on the sick list. Dr. S. H.
Daviu made a professional trip to
Rives and R. F. D. number 3 last week
he is also treating a patient in Elk
hart, Ind. A great multitude is ex
pected to attend a concert at Baptist
church in thenear future. Knights of
Pythias sermon will be preached the
fourth Sunday in March. Mrs. Pat
lie McClellan left many regretting
friends when she returned to Jackson
last week. Also Mr. Samuel Powers,
has gone to Buffalo, N. Y. Messrs
McDavis and Tolllver are very much
delighted with their new arrangement
in Rev. Stone's building. Christian
Church extends courteous thanks to
Messrs Lee Jackson and H. M. Hill
who raised n collection of ninety dol
lars in behalf of said church, also
thanks the donors. Mrs. Mary wright
from Waverly to Cayce, Ky., where
she will dwell was guest of Miss Hat
tie Whiteside while in this city. Mr.
Luther Sherman from Trenton, Tenn.,
made a flying trip to Union City last
week. ' Mrs. Nannie Wade, Cincinnati
Ohio Fends best regards to friends of
this ity. She is doing well. Tho fol
lowing were seen passing through our
little city last week: Mrs. Amanda.
Johnson from Hickman to Unio nOity,
Mrs. Leila Mann Crinshaw from Ful
ton to Polk, Tenn., Miss Etta Curse
a flying trip to Martin. Rev. W. E.
Edwards a flying trip to Hollow Dock,
Tenn. Mrs. Flnace Murphy also Mrs.
Victoria Gooch from Fruitland, Tenn.,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Dentis. Mrs. Mattie Drake guest of
TV1ra Vnm 1lirtmoo rnlninAl rt Tk,ra,.a-
...w. t iiuiitaa iciuiiicu ijaiir
burg, last week. Mrs. J. W. McCoy
has arrived from St. Louis, and reports
husband better. Let all the members
of the Bon Ton Club be present at the
next meeting, which will be held at
Mrs. Sallie Whittakers; business of
importance will be transacted, hence
a quorum Is essential. A secret reveal
ed and hearts yearning granted by the
announcement of the marriage of Miss
Ozeal Harper formerly of Union City,
Tenn bride of Mr. Frank Lumsey, Jr.,
of Chicago, 111. . The Information of
: this secret solemnized two months ago
was an agreeable surprise to family as
well as friends, all whom extend both
congratulations and very best wishes.
Dear customers, you no doubt ara,
aware of the fact that the approach
ing presbytery is consuming a deal of
your reporter's time, hence we very,
sincerely trust that you will be
patient with brief statements and
frhort reports until we can devoia all
of my time as heretofore. I shall as-