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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 19, 1918.
A TRIP WEST
Mrs. Staples TookLung-Vita
Upon Advice of Her Sister
and Was Cored.
ton. Staple Took Lung-Vita Upon
Advice of Her Sister and Was Cured.
Three years ago I was In very bad
Health. I had had a troublesome
cough for a number of years and my
physician advised me to go Weft,"
ays Mrs. John L. Stapler of Larkins-
Tuie, Aia. I wrote my sister about
my condition. She Immediately sent
me a Dottle (small size) of Lung-Vita,
urging me to give it a trial. Bv th
time I had finished taking the bottle
i 'was beginning to feel like a new
woman, tny cough was almost entire
ly gone. I then ordered a large bot
tle and when I had taken it I was
feeling so well, and mo cough at all,
that I did not get any more. I went
through the last two winters splendid
ly, something I had not done for years
The first week in December last I
contracted a severe cold and my bron
chial tubes were terribly affected,
talk, and coughed badly. I dragged
along this way for a week or more,
then ordered a bottle of Lung-Vita
(which had I done In the beginning
would have saved me much suffering).
I am now feeling well, with my voice
an strong and clear as usual and
ougn almost entirely gone.
-"I cannot say enough in praise of
Lung-Vita. 1 only wislt every one
auffeiirg iftcin .broiwfclial fft lung
trouble would give It a trial. I
think it the grandest medicine Jn the"
world and a Godsend to humanity,"
Lung-Vita Is sold by druggists and
CARD OF THANKS.
' We taie this method of expressing
ttf bur friends our heartfelt thanks
and sincere appreciation for the
many expressions of sympathy and
beautiful floral designs offered us
during the recent lllnem and death of
our dear wife, mother, slaughter,
alster and aunt.
Mr. H. J. Weakley, Husband.
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Dickerson,
'' Miss Myrtle Wood, Daughter.
Mrs. Alberta Austin, Sister.
Mrs. Allen A. Carter, Jr., Niece.
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
Buy a Liberty Bond is all the talk
now. After Sunday school it was our
very delightful pleasure to worship
at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. We
heard a good sermon by the pastor,
Rev. W. C. Roundtree. He spoke large
ly along the lines of loyalty to our God
our fellowman, ourselves and our
country. He made a good hit. With
great power the Holy Spirit was
witnessed. After a --y handsome
sum waS taken for v pastor. Mr.
W. C. Thompson, a wnlte gentleman
from Ripley, who has been chosen di
rector to organize the colored peo
ple of Lauderdale County, for the sale
of the Third Liberty Loan. He made
a good talk and will on Wednesdav.
the 17th appoint colored men In each
district to write applications for bonds
He spent the afternoon in the home of
our good friend, Mr. Peter Purham.
Mr. Purham has a large family and
is doing well, he has a nice two story
house near Mt. Fleasant Baptist
Church. Purham is a great man
among his people and they will not
properly appreciate his goodness to
them until he is gone to his reward.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Lee had as guest
Sunday. Mr and Mrs. David Tavlor
and two children. Mr. and Mrs. Har
rison Lee and two children, also Mrs.
Coleman, the mother of Mr. Walker
Lee. Misses Willie Mai and Thelma
Robins were added as guest in the
dolightful home ot the Lees. Mr.
Henrf Blake departed this life Sun
day afternoon, burjeij Monday at
Bethlehem Cemetery. Bro. Blake was
a man of ripe old age and S noble
Christian character. Peace to hfa re
mains. Mrs. Rosa Parker Is fetter.
Mrs. Fannie. Fisher and baby glr1
and boy were visitors in the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
JCRS. LtJCY KING CONVALESCENT.
Mrs. Lucy King, who on several
flays ago, while attending domestic
duties in her home fell down the
starts spraining her anckle and has
been unable to walk without a cane,
is very much Improved. Her many
friends will be delighted to see her
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Articles and PruK Si,,'-
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BLANCHARD SALES Co. ,.
Thursday evening, April 11th. Those
that enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs.
Walker were: Mr, and Mrs. James
Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hub
bard, Mrs. William Easlcy, Mrs. M. P.
Walker, Mr. Richard S. Hornbeek, Mr.
Bryant M. Walker, Mr. Eugenue Davis
Cates, Master Altha Walker. Miss Lil
lian Hartimon. We the people of Gor
don burge have tried to give to Mrs.
Lillard as much pleasure as could be
had. We say good bve to her with I nraaMin ty, nwtin n nnonsH
why he was there. They arrived at
Camp Meade, Md., Monday morning,
April l, at 7:35. They were all lined
up in columns ot four and every
man answered- at roll call Not a
disturbance ot any kind passed, cor
was there any .intoxicating liquor
drinking among the boys from Sum
ner. There was a special train ot
entire Tennessee draft boys. In a
few weeks the Globe reporter will
attempt to tell you something ot
ramp life and what the boya are
doing there. Make arrangements
with Robert Baker, the Globe boy,
to deliver the Globe to you each
week and keep in touch with what
your boys are doing.
Mesdanies George Cage, Nellie
Young and A. J. Bender of the city
of Greater Nashville were the pleas
ant visitors of Mrs. J. P. Parker of
East Smith street, Sunday. Parents'
meeting was held at Winchester
Street Baptist Church Sunday, the
Uth. The president, Mrs. Vertrees
regrets, but hope to have her visit our
city again. Rev. R. M. Walker. Mr.
and Mrs. Somie Hibbitle entertained
In honor of Mrs. Agnes P. Hampton
Lillard of Dayton Ohio, Wednesday
evening, April 9. Those that enjoyed
the wonderful hospitality of Mrs.
Hihltro Worn Mr nn.l Air j r,.o !
- "w.,. ..... ui.u tuioi unuKa iuo-
sell. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gray, Mr.
R. E. Ciccoe, Mr. Abb Walger and
Rev. and Mrs. R. M. Walker. A
dainty menu was served, every one loft
delighted to have Mrs. Lillard in the
city. Mrs. Charlie Russell enter
tained Thursday afternoon April 11th
from two until four in honor of Mrs.
Agnes P. Hampton Lillard of Dayton,
Ohio. A dainty menu was served those
that enjoyed the afternoon with Mrs.
Russell were: Mrs. Lourine Gray, Mrs.
Annie Walker, Mrs. Tabbie Hibbitte,
Mrs. Ida B. Cates Walker, Mrs. A. P.
Hampton, Lillard and Mrs. Annie May
Ehrv. Mrs. Annie Walker and her
sister, JJrs. Lamie Gray entertained
Monday, April 8th at the home of Mrs.
Gray in honor of Mrs, Agnes P. Hamp
ton Lillard of Dayton, Qhjo. 0 deli
cious menu was served. Those present
were Mrs. Ida B. Cates Walker, Mrs
Tabbie Hiflitt, Mrs. A. P. Hampton
Lillard. Mrs. Lamie Gray 'Hostess)
Miss Bessie Easley of Centerville.
An hour is plenty long for an ordi
nary funeral. Mr. D. McLean ot
Rover was in town .Monday. Some
tew of the boys are not admiring the
rigid discipline ot the training camp.
They will find in the long run that
it is a man-maker. Most of them
are writing cheerful letters. Prof.
McAdams goes to Murtreesboro this
week to address the Forum Club.
Rev. F. W. Gardner has presented
Turner College with 100 cords of
wood. Mrs. Dave Sanders has re
turned to Huntsvillo after a brief
visit to her sister, Mrs. Emma Till
man. Mr. Henry Campbell is in
need of a clothes pressor. Write
him. Get the Globe at Mr. Dysart's
shop. Leave all news Items with
him. Next week the major portion
of news will be from Woodfork
Chapel. The other congregations will
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Approximately BOO citizens were at
the N. and C. Station Tuesday after
noon to Did tareweu to the 50 men
who left at 4:15 o'clock for Camp
Meade Maryland, where they will be
assigned ta the 35th field artilry and
tho a!S infantry. Just prior to the as
sembling of the men at the station
a patriotic gathering in the front
yard of the Court House, pledging to
pray for the departing future soldiers
and to buy Thrift and War Saving
Stamps to back them, began to show
their faith by signing up for $1,250
(one thousand two hundred and fifty
dollars) worth of Thrift Stamps. They
all then adjourned to the Depot to
say good ble to the boys. Rev. H. B.
Johnson, the County Judge, D. T.
Spaulding and City School Superin
tendent W. M Phillips passed through
the crowd and Bhook hands with all
the men before they entrained. Rev.
G. P. Woodson and Rev. S. L. Jack
son also gave a farewell address to
the men on their way to Berlin. The
50 men who departed under the com
mand of Capt. Hensey W. Cravens,
and Lieut. George D. Riggs, and who
formed in line and marched to their
coach in the train following the com
mand from Cravens. The following
were in line: Elmus Collins, Phillip
Green, Jasper Duncan, Richard Hud-
Son, Houston Bird Ernest Fitzger
ald, Phillip Caldwell, David E. Mc
Whirter, Wm. H. Lockridge, Harris
Atkins, Manuel Tharpe, Chester Page,
George Brown, Jesse Cowan, Otie B.
Howard, Geo. D. Riggs, Mose Johnson,
Jimmie Hicks, Vivian Blackemore,
Alfred Ridgeway, James W. McWhir
ter, William Mc Gehee, Cornil, E.
Martin, Will Lewis, Brooks Cady,
James Stubblefield, George Lee Per
kins, Alwesta Phelps, Martin Puckett,
James Geehee, John Wesley, Harts
field, Charley Allen, Chees B. Reynolds,
Nolin CollinB, Alta Jackson, William
M. Clark, Sam Martin, James Key,
William Dunlap, Robt. L. Freeman
Deede Tharpe, Lieman W. Page,
George Porter, John W. Wllkins, Bar
ton Fravis, Pearl Themas, Will Greer,
Geo. L. Haynes, Horace Copeland
uausie w. (Jravens. The rear was
brought tup by Houston Bird, local
office porter and a cartoonist of some
note, who carried a wooden gun, and
kept the boys in good cheer. The city
was divided in the Reds and Blacks.
The chorus of all the churches and of
the Public School under the direction
of Mrs. A. J. Hampton rendered
Thrift Stamp Concert, at the Court
House last Friday night to a large
an appreciative mixed audience
Columbia the Gems of the Ocean.
Jubilee Song "My Lord's waiting.".
Invocation Rev. A. J. Russell.
Jubilee Song "Swing low sweeti
Address County Chairman, G. W.
Hudson, "My Country" Cornelius1
Jubilee Song "Come out of the wil
derness." "Influence of Women" Mrs. Mary
Semi Chorus "Come where thei
Selection-yMiss Mamie Dunnus.
Solo "The stars are brightly shin
Ing Mr. Cursell Langford.
,The Party Herman Travis.
Solo Miss Birdie Cooper.
Reading Miss M. Will Dortcn.
Male Quartette Dr. W. J. Ezell,
Messrs R. H. Woodson, Cowan and
Song Pantomlne "My country 'tis
Jubilee Song "Its mee."
The Court House was equajly divid
ed between colored and white and the
admission w;uj 25 cents but for each
ticket at the door, a Thrift Stamp was
given, which put many more thrift
cards in the community. 'A general
Mass meeting will be hold at the Court
House next Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. The Presbyterians held their
Presbytery here last week, and had
real good attendance and quite a suc
cessful meeting. Mrs. Nanie Warfteld,
the daughter of Rev. E. W. Johnson
is filing the unexpired term in the
Public School of Mrs. T. J. McLemore
who is quite, ill at her home in Nash
Rev. O. D. Henry has returned
from Springfield, O. He reports a
nice time and forty-seven souls saved.
Rev. Henry was also accompanied
home by his wife, Mrs. O. D. Henry,
and his mother. Mrs. Nancy Whit
tlco and little daughter, Vadie, are
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Eunice
Harvie, at Gordensville, Tenn. Mrs.
Cora Booth ot McMlnnville, Tenn., is
here the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Drake. Mr. R, A.
Moorei was in town Thursday on
business. Mrs. Tee Sheat left today
for Nashville, where she will make
her future, home. The measles are
visiting Lebanon rapidly now and
little Andrew J. and Margaret El
nora Anderson are indisposed at
this writing with them. iMiss Maud
Wood folk will leave Saturday for
Washington, D. C, where she will
make her future home; the many
friends ot Miss Woodfolk regret to
see her leave. Miss Anna Clara
Harris, who has been a student of
the 'A. and I. State Normal for the
past term is now at her home on
Owen street very sick. We hope for
Miss Harris a speedy recovery, Rev.
U. S. G. Brown left Monday for his
home in Murtreesboro, Tenn. Rev.
Brown, pastor of the A. M. E Church,
is preaching some strong sermons,
although ' the way seems gloomy
since his church burned but he does
not fall to fight sin on every hand.
Rev. T. W. Johnson, pastor of Pick
ett Chapel, who has almost met with
the same misfortune as the A. M. E.
pastor, was found In the B. O. Hall
Sunday still standing for Jesus and
preached two able sermons. The
members of Pickett Chapel can truth
fully say that Rev. T. W. Johnson
Is the right man in the right place.
The revival services are being con
ducted at Mt. Zion Baptist Church
by Rev. Hayden of Kentucky. Rev.
Lawrence, pastor of Kayne Avenue
Baptist Church, Nashville, preached
in the meeting Thursday night. His
sermon was quite impressive. Rev.
M. F. Riley, pastor in charge. The
series of meetings began at the
Holiness Church Monday night and
will be conducted by Rev. Childress
ot Franklin, Tenn. You are welcome.
Rev. O. D. Henry, pastor in charge.
Mr. Oliver Sherrell dined with ' Mr.
and Mrs. R. G. Anderson at 2 o'clock
by an organ selection by Miss Sam-
ella Lyles. Scripture reading by
the president. Prayer by J. W. Wbor
ton. The president made an appeal
tor the Red Cross, after which the
following persons made very strong
and effective1 talks: Mr. Andrew
1'arker, Miss Hattic Foster, Mrs. A.
D. Foley and Mrs. Mollie Lumklns.
An Interesting papir was read by
Mrs. Nora Douglass. Mr. Gilbert An
thony of Scottville, Ky.t was a visi
tor In Gallatin last week. Miss
Alma G. Miller and Miss Mary Alice
Green were in Greater Nashville shop-'
pin.g last week. Miss Mattie George
Douglass of Trigg street was the
week-end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Cla
ra Robertson, of Nashville. Mr.
Henry Osborn of Sailors' Rest spent
a few days with hoinefolks here
recently. Mr. Frank Williams of
Imlianapolis, Ind., is here. Mrs.
George Douglass and daughter, Ella
Mai, were in Nashville last week.
Edw. V. Anthony was in Nashville
last Sunday afternoon. Monday
night, April the 8th, the following
named ladles, iMrs. Sallie Malone,
Mrs. Lue Ewing, Miss Lottie Guthrie
and Misa Sallie Raojsvy, represent
ing the Gallatin Red Cross Chapter,
met with UlO colored people at
Winchester Street Baptist Church
for the purpose of organizing a Red
Cross Auxiliary. Mrs. Malone stated
fully the necessity, etc., of such an
organization, after which the follow
ing named ladies were nominated
and elected by silent vote: Mrs.
Clara Baker, chairman: Mrs. Annie
Malone, treasurer. -For reasons
stated by Mrs. Baker a change was
made by common consent and Mrs.
Annie Malone was made chairman
and Mrs. Clara Baker, treasurer.
Eleevn persons, men and women,
Joined the Auxiliary by paying $1.00
each. Many are1 in sympathy with
the movement and will join later.
Miss Hellen Hall is spending the
week In Cross Plains. How many
Thrift and War-Savings Stamps have
you bought? Read the Chicago De
fender and the Naashville Globe
every week. Tell items of interest
to Edw. V. Anthony, representative
of the above papers.
Miss Agnes White and Mrs. Mis
souri Atkins, have returned home
after spending a few days In Nash
ville. ' Miss Rosle Harris, Eunice and
Ionia Magellan White and Central
Bettye Bpent Sunday in the country.
Mrs. John P. Pennington spent last
Tuesday with Mrs. Johnnie Rucker
at the home of Mrs. Rucker's parents
Mrs. J. W. Pettye, Mrs. Rucker and
Mrs. Pettye spared no pains in giv
ing Mrs. Pennington an enjoyable
time. At a late hour a delicious menu
was served and in the afternoon
they were joined by Misses Eunice
and Anna Clara Harris. The even
ing was enjoyed with music. Mr.
Favor Price was the guest of his
brother, Sunday, Mr. Waymon
Price. Mrs. Jimmer Carter was the
week-end guest of Mrs. C. L. Page.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ward were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward,
Sunday. Mrs. Johnnie Rucker and
little son John Edwin, left Saturday
for 'Ohio, after spending some time
with parents and friends here. Those
on the sick list are Mrs. Agnes Pen
nington, Mrs. Mary L. Officer, Dorris
Pennington. . Mrs. Will Young was
the guest of Mrs. John Pennington,
Monday. Read the Globe and you
will know the news. Don't borrow
your neighbor's paper. Subscribe for
the Globe today.
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Miss Lilly Statin of Starks Knob
Mrs. Agnes P. Sampton Lillard of
Dayton, Ohio, who has been visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Ida B. Cates Walker,
is leaving for her home Friday after
noon at three o'clock. Mr. and Mrs.
Walker entertained tor their nelce,
was a pleasant visitor of Mrs. Aaron
Malone and friends here last week.
Trip of the drafted boys of Sumner
County from Gallatin, Tenn.. to Camp
Meade, Md., as gleaned from the
note furnished by Jas. W. Payne,
leader in charge of the boys from
this place to the camp: The ladies
of Gallatin Red Cross served them I
lunch at 11:30 a. m., Saturday, Mar.
30th, which every member enjoyed
and they certainly did appreciate the
many other things done for them.
After leaving Gallatin they stopped at
Bowling Green, Ky., arriving there at
three o'clock p. m laid over until
.7:30 p. m. While there they walked
up town, mailed some cards back
home. They bought forty lunches as
the local Board had given them an
order, these and the boxes the ladles
gave them were supposed to last
during the trip. Arrived at Louis
ville, Ky., at 11:30. Here they didn't
get off; the train stopped only a few
minutes; arrived at Cincinnati, O.,
Sunday morning at six o'clock., Here
the time changed. Clock moved or-.e
hour fast. " From here they went
across Ohio, only stepping once to
change engines at Chillicothe, j 9G
nrtle run. They stopped at a few
other small places in Ohio to allow
other trains to pass. At 3:30 in the
afternoon they came to Parkersbury,
W. Va. Here their train stopped
for thirty minutes; they all bought
cigarettes and cigars. Those who
had no money, the people who came
to see them gave them money. The
next stop was at a mining town in
West Virginia about 8 p. m. Here
time changed again one hour east
ern time. After leaving here they
all went to bed, as a Pullman sleep
er was given them from Clnclnnrfti.
About 10:30 Private George Mc-
Murry went to Payne's berth, tell
ing him one of their boys was lost;
one George Washington Boone, stat
ing that when he was last seen he
was asking about his brother, Reuben.
Now, Payne and MoMurry immedi
ately got busy; the train was run
ning about fifty miles an hour; the
search began from one coach to an
other. They found him in another
man's berth, said ho didn't know
Our community has never, perhaps,
been more deeply shocked than
when the intelligence spread through
the town that President L. J. John
son had passed away. The entire
community, regardless of color or
sex, was profoundly grieved. Dr.
Johnson, during the few months of
his residence here, by his quiet and
gentlemanly demeanor, and by his
upright conduct, had favorably im
pressed every one with whom he
came in contact. His sudden taking
away is indeed a sad blow to Tur
ner, and removes from our midst
one of whom all were expecting
much. He had gained the confidence
ot the community as few men have
been able to do. Funeral obsequies
were held in the college chapel just
bofore taking the body to the train
for Memphis, where the body is to
be interred. The following was the
program: Rev. W. A. Smith acted
as master of ceremonies. As the
casket was borne in, the pianist
played softly "Flee as a Bird to
Your Mountain." Rev. Ogleton lined
the hymn, "There is a house not
made with hands." Prayer by Rev.
J. P. Sebastiaa. Hymn lined by Rev
F. W. Gardner. "Servant of God,
well done" Scripture reading1 by
Rev. W. V. Hawkins. Second Scrip
ture lesson by Rev. J. H. Smith
Song by school sextet, "Steay Away
to Jesus." Obituary read by Miss
Ross. Resolutions by the faculty by
Mrs. Saunders. Resolutions by stu
dents read by Miss Brown Resolu
tions by Hill Chapel A. M B. Church,
read by Mrs. Mary Stevens. Song,
"Lead Kindly Light," by Miss P. A
Woodrork, by Payne Chapel; re
marks were made by Rev. F. W,
Gardner, Rev. E. F. Gooch and Rev,
A. Kansom. After viewing the re
mains the body was conveyed to the
depot, followed by relatives, student
body and friends. The general ex
clamation was "We have lost a good
man." An unusually lar.ge number
of people are down with pneumonia.
Sergt. Ray of Michigan, who is here
visiting his mother, has been strick
en and is very low at this writing.
Rev. Alford Henderson died Sunday,
He was buried from Woodfork Chap
el. , Rev. Smith officiated. 'Mrs. Mat
tie Evans of ColllnRWOod, Ohio
here for a few weeks' visit. Since
the. going of Dr. Suggs to the train
Ing camp, there is a splendid open
Ing here for a first-class dentist. Also
the leaving of Dr. Wilson makes an
opening for a good physician, since
there is room enough for two good
physicians. The need of a dentist,
however, is more pressing. Mr. Thos,
Hutton has charge of the tonsorial
parlor during ;Mr. Dysart's absence
Miss 'Ellen Mitchell has been com
pelled to close her room on account
of the illness of her mother. Mrs
Angellne Myers has erected a very I
liandsome monument on her lot at
Mt. Ararat Cemetery. Being unlike
anv other one there, it attracts .gen
eral attention. Mrs. Pauline Dean
is still confined to her room. Mrs.
Ada Jennings is ill with pneumonia.
The K. P. Lodge has invested in a
liberty bond $100. Good. Let the
other lodges follow s 'tit. Prof. Ro
gan preached for Rev. Hawkins at
Bellbucklo Sunday. Rev. T. J.
Story is ' trying1" hia hand on cotton
this year. Rev. W. V. Hawkins is
farming this year. They say that Mr.
Murray made a most excellent pro
siding officer at the soldiers' ban
quet. Members of the Woodfork
Cluipel and the community In gen
eral are pleased with the Intelligent
way Rev. smith
erals. The way some of our min
isters have inviting every minister
who happens to be present to speak
is tiresome to an .extreme degree.
Dr. C. O. Hunter of Columbia,
Tenn., organized the Order of Eastern
Star, Saturday night, April 17, 1918.
The officers are as follows: Mrs. Ad
die B. Wright, W. M.; Prot. M. C.
Jones, W. P.; Mrs. Atlanta Hunt, A.
M.; Mrs. Fronnie Mays, Asst. Cond.;
Mrs. Fannie Maya, Treas.; Miss Hal-
lie Beard, Sec; Miss Myrtle Fowlkes,
Warder; Mr. L. W. Wilson, Sentinel;
Mrs. Trlssa Brown, Ada.; Mrs. Ellen
Ellison, Ruth; Miss Flora E. Jones,
Esther; Miss Imogene B. Beard, Mar
tha; Miss Mishie Luton, Electa;
Members: Mr. Wyly Luton, Rev.. F.
E. Burrus, Fate Wright, L. W.
Graham, Kuse Mays, 'Prof. P. P.
Whitson and daughter have returned
home. Miss Imogene B. Beard has
been visiting relatives and friends at
Hurricane Mills last week. Rev W.
C. Hunt, our beloved pastor, preached
two able sermons Sunday. The
Qulno Hair Dresser, Miss Jessie
White of Dickerson, Tenn., is in.
We hope her an early recovery.
Misses Hallie S. Imogene Beard en
tertalned Mr. H. Manning, Miss
Mishie Luton and Flora Jones, Sun
day afternoon. Those on the sick
list are Mrs. Georgia Barr and Miss
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T. T. Anderson, J. R. Boyd and Z. W.
Hill. The pall bearers were his
brother pastors and deacons. The
floral designs were beautiful.
The people of this vicinity have
had a shower of snow since the last
writing. The farmers had come to
standstill not knowing whether
to go forward or backward, ine
West Grove School closed Friday.
Every one was filled with much ec
stacy when the names were read to
those who were promoted, mere
was a large number. They returned
many thanks to their honorable
teacher, Prof. R. B. Reynolds, after
doing much laborious work. Their
concert has not come off yet, They
hope to have him with them again.
Prof. R. B. Reynolds spent a while
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Turner
Hadley from Hadley's Bend. Mrs.
Minnie Starnes, Beuls and little
Louise Beals spent Sunday with Mrs.
Ann Crowder. Mrs. Maggie waddy
spent Thursday with Mrs. John Beals.
Mrs. W. J. Ratcliffe spent the weeK
end with her father and mother.
Mr. L. Ewing spent Monday with Mr.
T. Gentry. Messrs. Jno. Smithson
and Urias Thompson made a flying
trip to Nashville last week. Mrs.
Daisy Smithson and cniidren ana
little nephew, Johnnie Robert were
the guests of Mesdames Henry and
L. T. Gibson and children, Sunday.
Those on the sick list now are Willie
Lee and Reuben Ratcliffe. They are
a( their grandmother's where they
took sick. Mrs. R. B. Reynolds was
the guest of her great aunt, Neal
Beals and also Mrs. Henry Gibson,
Sunday and Friday afternoon. Mrs.
Amelia (Reynolds) Crowder has been
sick but is convalescent. The little
son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Reynolds
is very sick, has been for a number of
days. Mrs. S. B. Ratcliffe and Miss
Mabel Reynolds spent tne aiternoon
Sunday, with their brotner, h. a,
Reynolds. Little Miss Phliils Gibson
spent the night with Gladys Reynolds
after which she spent the nignt witn
Sadie Mai Crite. Miss Mabel Rey
nolds was the pleasant guest of
MisseB Sophronia, Annie Lue and
Arment Gentry. . Mr. John T. Gentry
and Mrs. Gentry spent Saturday
night the 13th, with Mr. and Mrs.
Macon C. Nevels at Southall. Mr,
Emmett Smithson was the guest ot
Messrs. Edward W. and James M
Gentry, Sunday. The old Btork is
still in town. He visited tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. Odolia Crowder and
left them a bouncing baby girl
Mamie LouiBe. Mrs. Mary W. Crow'
der was the guest of her mother-in
law, Mrs. Ann Crowder, Saturday
night. Read the Globe and ' keep
posted, The remains ot Rev. P. F,
Starnes were laid to rest at Boyd's
Cemetery, Tuesday, April 10, 1918
Rev. P. F. Starnes was born in Mis
sisslppl, May 18, 1834. He has been
living with Christ for over fifty
years and had been pastorlng West
wood, Locust Ridge and West Har
peth Churches for a great cumber of
years. He died April 7, iis. tie
had been moderator of the -Lynn
Creek Association- for more than
forty years. He was . loved by all
who knew him, both white and col
ored, old and young. He leaves to
mourn their loss, two daughters, four
sons, eighteen grandchildren and
five great grandchildren and a host
conducts his fun-! ot relatives and friends. His funeral
was largely attended and was con
ducted by Revs. W. M. Moore, P.
McEwen, R. H. Bostick, W. M. Wil
son, G. W. Beavers, J. H. Henderson,
The Presbyterary ot the Presbyter
ian Church continued in Mt. Tabor
Presbyterian Church here April 10th
and lasted through Sunday 14th.
The first two days, 10th and 11th,
were the Presbyterial Sunday school
convention. Every session was well
attended and greatly enjoyed by all.
The Presbyterial Sunday School Con
vention was conducted by Kev. van
Horn Maury a former Columbian.
Mrs. Lena McMurry and daughter.
Miss Willie May Scales of Caro, 111.,
was called to the bedside of their
grandmother, Mrs. Charlott Webb.
Mr. Richard Brown of North High
street is quite sick. His daughter,
Mrs. T. A. Frierson ot Nashville, ar
rived last Sunday. She was called to
his bedside. Mrs. Mary Adams Mfr
Caw died at her home In Nashville,
April 7th. Her remains were
brought here and conveyed to the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs,
'Lewis Gordon on Cimeton Avenue.
Her funeral was largely attended at
Salem Presbyterian Church of which
she was a member. Her husband and
two aunts, Mrs. Connie Henly and
Mrs. Alice Conley accompanied the
body here. Mrs. Nola Bills Harder
son principal of Godwin school is
receiving congratulations from her
friends. She being one of the few to
get a free scholarship from the
Julius Rosenwald fund to the Sum
mer school at Tuskegee, Ala. Mrs.
Selini Poton and Mrs. Nettie KIncade
of Nashville accompanied the re
mains of the friend, Mrs. Mary Adama
McCaw here, and attended the fun
eral. Last week when the sad news
reached here of the death of Rev. L.
James Johnson, ex-pastor of St. Paul
A. M. E. Church, a gloom was cast
over the community. Rev. Dr. John
son was one of the most popular pas
tors St. Paul has ever had. He
numbered his friends by his acquain
tances. The Tennessee Conference
has sustained a very great loss In the
death of Rev. Dr. Johnson. Prof. R.
Johnson, principal of the high
school announced the death of Dr.
Johnson In the chapel and very ap
propriately a song and prayer was
oflered. Mrs. Chollett Webb died
April 13th, after a lingering illness,
at the home ot her daughter, Mrs.
Octa Mangram. She was surrounded
by her children and grand children
and great grand children when the
end came. Her funeral was from
Central Baptist Church of which she
was a member.
spared no pains to nourish the ladies
by serving a menu ot cream and cake.
Club adjourned to meet at Mrs. Ed
Colyar's. Mr. Alandas Ranklns ot
Indianapolis, Ind., was in town sun-
day. He has been called to the col
ors and wished to see old menus at
home before leaving. Several more
of our boys must leave the 26th.
Mrs. Lula Dickson of Tullahoma, is-
spending a few days at the bedslde
of her sister, Mrs. Rosa Phillips.
A wedding ot much interest to a
wide circle of friends was that of
Mr. William Syler and Miss Dora
Finch which was solemnized Wed
nesday evening, April 10t, at .8
o'clock at the home of the bride. Rev.
B. Smith officiating. Only relatives
and intimate friends attended. This
happy affair was the culmination ot
a long courtship. The bridal march
waB played by Miss Flossie uunning
ham. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Syler,
brother of the groom was the first to
enter, followed by the bride - and
groom. Sweet strains of music filled
the room, together with the sweet
fragrance of flowers, while the cere
mony was being said. The bride was
lovely in white crepte de chine with
boots to harmonize. She carried
snow balls. Miss Finch was one ot
our country teachers and exceptional
young lady whose traits of character
have won for her the love and re
spect of all who know her. Mr. Syler
la one of our prosperous young men
whose reputation is untarnished and
whose industry will assure him a
success in life. Many useful gifts
were given this popular young couple.
Mr. and Mrs. Syler left for parts in
Pennsylvania, where they will make
their future home. '.Their many
friends regret so much to give them
ud. The Phyllis Wheatly D. S. Club
met at the Residence of Mrs; Pearl
Retty, Wednesday, April 10 at 2:30
p. m., opened by Scripture lesson by
president, prayer by Mrs. H. Colyar.
Roll was called and responded to by
quotations from Whittler. A very
helpful hint of house cleaning was
read by each lady. By request of the
club, "The Life and Works of Phyllis
Wheatly" was repeated by Mrs. D.
A. Hjint. The ladies plan rendering
a special program In the near future
for the benefit of the Red Cross.
Business being finished, the hostess
A very pleasant surprise to Mr,
and Mrs. H. C. Gantt was the arrival
of her brother, Mr. Walter Sanders
on Wednesday evening, April 17th,.
Mr. Sanders was here on a furlough,
from Camp Funston, Kansas. He
was accompanied by his brother, Mr.
J. D. Sanders, Whittier street, St.
Louis, Mo., also a sister, Mrs. Elnors,
Powell, 1240 Broadway, Indianapolis
Ind. Mr. Walter Sanders had many
friends here, all were glad to see him
and sorry he had such a short stay
in this community. The trlends of,"
Mrs. Marv A. (Gordon) McGaury
were grieved to learn of her suddeav
illness and death. Rev. J. B. Small
preached an excellent sermon Sun
day, April 14 th to the delight of hi
hearers. Mrs. Luella Flemmings
and Miss Marion Flemmings were the
welcome guests of Mrs. H. C. Gantt
-Mrs. Narcissa (King) Smith de
parted this life Saturday afternoon,
April 13, 1918. She was , stricken
with naralvsis a few days ere she-
was callotl home to dwell with Jesus
in the realms of glory. She was 84
years old. She was converted la
early youth and joined the First
Baptist Church, living thereafter a
consistent member until,. her death.
As a member of the church she was
very active until recent years when
her health began to fail. Wben she
was quite young she was married t
Mr. Neale Smith and to this unlan '
six children were- born, five boys and
one girl. Her husband died twelve
years ago. It is said ot her that
ah was a most devoted wife. As a
mother she was loving and indulgent
to her children'. She was really a
mother to. all children in her neigh
borhood, as she was devoted t
them, having a deal ot patience. She
was ot quiet disposition, very friend
ly and every ready to .give assistance
to those In need. She was a woman
of splandld character. The funeral
services were conducted by Rev. A.
Parr at the First Baptist Church
Sunday afternoon. The church 'was
filled with earnest, sympathizing
friends who came to ' pay the last
tribute of respect to this stalwart
Christian character. The many floral
designs showed love and respect fr
the deceased were many. Inter
ment took place at the Pythian Ce
metery. She is survived by oae
daughter, Mrs. Nannie (Smith) Mat
thews, two sons, Messrs. Neale ant
David Smith, all ot Brownsville; seT-
en grandchildren, the. four Matthews
children. Mrs. ., Elizabeth (Smith)
fTaylor, her little brother, Neale, aaa
a boy, the son or one or her decease
sons. May God in his unbounded
mercy temper this sorrow to thesa
children who realize the broke
chain and look through more blind
ing tears than others at the vacaat
place. God in his wisdom has re
called the voice we loved. A plac
mentis vacant in our home that never
can be filled. , -
Sleep on, dear mother, an take thy
We loved '"you but God loved yon
And took you home with him ta
Rev. A. Parr spent the past week
in Memphis, where he conducted the
spring revival of the First Baptist
Church of wWch Rev. T. O. Fuller is
the -pastor.' iMr. Napoleon B. Curria
of the St. Luke neighborhood has re
cently purchased a seven passenger
Studebaker car. Mr. Currin is a pro
gressive young man. Mr. N. B. Cur
rin, Mrs. Jessie (Currin) Beard an
children, Eula - Mai and C. Gerone,.
Mrs. Iowa V. Brown and Mr. Joln
Jennings of .Detroit, Mich, and Mr.
George Washington Reed of Milling
ton, Tenn., were the pleasant guests
of Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Ware Mo--day
of this week. Mrs. Gra-ce U.
Gill Is spending the week In KeeHae
asslstlng. her sister with her closing
exercises which will be Friday eva
nin.g. Miss Stella Hayes has return
ed home after spending most of tho
Winter season and a portion of sprint