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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY JULY 26, 1918.
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
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The dry weather to this viclnityj
is about over, ve hope for this sea
eon. We were biassed with a rata
Thursday and Sunday. Mr. ana
John T. Gentry were the honorable
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Sun
day. Misses Sophronia B., Annie
Louise and M it tie Gentry, Messrs.
George Green and Merrith Edward
Gentry, Booker T. Rodger a and
Thomas Patterson were the denoted
guests of Miss iMiabel B. Reynolds
Sunday afternoon. Those on Ue
sick list are Mrs. Ann Crowder, who
is some better, Miss Mary Ann
Starnes, she Is also improving. Those
who visited her ihedsiide Friday after
noon were Misses Annie L., So
phronia, Mittie Gentry, Hattiei P.
Starnes, Macon Nevlls and Mabel B.
Reynolds. Mrs. J. W. Ra-tcllff and
family have been visiting her moth
er and father, Mr. and Mrs. R.' B.
Reynolds. She returned to her home
Friday at Hillsboro, Tenth Mr. and
Mrs. John Beats and child were the
surprised guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Gibson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Odelia Crowder spent Saturday night
with Mrs. Geneva Patton. Mrs. K.
B. Reynolds, Mrs. B. Starnes and
Mrs. Mattie House visited Mrs. Mar
tin Crowder. Mr. Emmitt Ewing has
been in doors for a few days. The
boys who left here for the camps
are making good. V.re pray that God
will bless them and bring them back
home. IMr. and Mrs. Willie Crowder
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cora
Hildredge at Goose reek, Tenn.
Air. Homer Gentry left Sunday for
Nashviille where he is going to stay
for a while.
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
j efficient faculty and goodly number
of teachers enrolled. Rev. E. D,
Boyd and his teachers, Miss Helen
Brown, Miss Cornelia Rhea and Miss
Georgia Cobb rendered the Chil
dren's Day Program at Morris Chap
el C. Ml E. Church Sunday July 14th.
The program was carried out in the
highest form. The church was well
filled with children. It was Chil
dren's Bay. We congratulate tha
pastor and his co-workers, Mitoses
Brown, Rhea and Cobbs. These
young ladies are the highest type ot
Christian womanhood, and possesses
excellent qualities for others to pat
tern after. Mr. J. H. Powledge ot
Florence, Alabama, was a pleasant
visitor at the office of the editor ot
the Everready Magazine Monday.
One hundred and thirty draftee boys
were highly entertained at Mt. Zion
Baptist Church and the Benevolent
Hall Monday night, July 15th.
Quite a number attended the bas
ket dinner at Brandel Chapel Sun
day. All enjoyed the services and
dinner. Miins Bessie Sutton Is in our
town spending a few week's visiting
relatives and friends. Mr. Bedford
White was in Shelbyville Monday
before the board. He is one of our
drafted boys. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
Scruggs spent Sunday in the country.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray were below Shel
byville visiting their isitk brother.
They spent several days with him.
lister ltohort Marin Is in Nash
ville with his uncle. Miss King has
returned home after seven weeks
visiting in Evansville, Ind. She had
qiiitt a pleasant stay and won many
friends while them iMlissesi Alber
ta iMosby, Tommie Ashley, Allen Till
man and Harriett Pypers were enter
tained by Katherine Scruggs Sunday
afternoon with a doll reception.
Peaches were served. Mr. and Mrs.
George Hart entertained Tuesday
night in honor of their sister, Mrs.
Ernest Hart. Those present were
Mns. Msrphy, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
Scruggs, Mr. and Mrs. Rains, Mrs.
Hunter, Mrs. A. L. Scruggs, Mr. Hen
ry Pypers, Mr. and Mrs. McEwen,
Mr. Tom Murphy, Miss Cassie Mur
phy. Mrs. Marcus Scruggs assisted!
Mrs. Hart, perving the guests a de
lightful salad course and sandwiches
were served. Mrs. Ashley and Mrs.
Marcus Scruggs furnished the ice
course. Games were played. Mrs.
Ernest Hart lis certatinly a charming
little woman and has made for her
self many friends. We would say to
her come again, we re always glad
to have such a woman as Mrs. Hart
in our town. After her two weeks'
visit with her brother and sister,
Mrs. Hart and son left Wednesday
mornjing for Winchester and from
there to Sewanee. Mt. Zion Baptst
Church will have her rally Sunday.
We hope the other churches win
come out and help to make this rally
a great success. Mrs. Mollie David
son is on the slick list.
MT STERLING, KY.
Mr. Daniel Crawford died Friday
morning at 10:30 at St. Joseph hos
pital in Lexington. His funeral was
held Monday at 2:30 p. m. at the
C. M. E.. Church under the order of
the U. B. F. Lodge. Rev. D. A.
Walker was here Sunday to attend
the funeral of his sister-in-law, Mrs.
Josie Howell, who was found dead in
the bed Friday morning. The funeral
was held at the High St., Christian
Church, Sunday at 2:30 p. m. con
ducted by Rev. W. H. Brown. Rev.
W. G. Jones and wife and James W.
Deck and wife motored to Winchester
Sunday evening where Rev. Jones
preached in dedication of Rev. S. H.
Matchell $3,000 pipe organ. Mr. Har
moiul Garden who was in Dayton, O.,
on a short visit is at home again. Mr.
Laurence Hunt and Miss Lillian
owen were quietly married Sunday
evening. The Exemption Board of
Montgomery County examined twenty
six colored hoys and all were found
physically fit for military service.
.Mrs. Mary Lizzie Jones made a flying
visit to Camp Taylor, Saturday to
see her husband, Mr. Raymond Jones,
who is stationed there. Mr. Jack
Steward the son of Mrs. Maria Chen
ault, who died in Louisville, was bur
ied here Monday. Miss Mollie Jean
Anderson lei't Monday for Dayton, O.
Mr. Key Davis of Jeffersonville, Ind.,
was here Sunday to see his mother,
Mrs. Amanda Davis on Keys Ave.
Mrs. Mary Buchanan and daughter
are home after a long stay in Cyn
thiana. Mr. Charlie Butler and wife
of Middletown, O., are here visitinb
Sunday was a great day at Bran
don Chapel. The great rally closed
with nearly one hundred dollars on
the table. There were people on
the ground from forty miles around.
Rev. Evans preached a great sermon
at 11:30 and Revs. Brown and Wil
liams at 2:30 and at 8:30 Rev. Buford
preached the closing sermon. This
rally wis largely attended and near
ly live hundred people had dinner on
the grouuds. The members of Bran
don Chapel were aroused as never
before. Mrs. Mary Tarker of Tulla
lioma and Mrs. Bettie Hunt took an
active part in the rally and they also
did a deal for the great Baptist par
sonage that is to be built in Tulla-
ting were guests ot Mrs. Tennie Lan
nom Sunday. Mrs. Maggie Martin is
improving at this writing. Bellbuckle
was largely represented Sunday at
the rally. They played their part
well. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes are build
ing a new house on the pike. Mrs.
Ilattle Smith will spend next week
in Nashville visiting her mother, Mrs.
Spence. Mrs. Essa Daniels is able to
be out again. She was a live wire
at the Martin and Vaughn rally Sun
day. Mr. Bob Daniels has returned
from Hailley's Hend. Mr. Richard
Jarrett was at Brandon Sunday and
took an active part in the rally. Rev.
Wm. Jenkins, our pastor, was sick
last Sunday, but he filled his place.
The Mutual Aid Society will have a
big picnic at Guy's Gap next Satur
day and their annual sermon will bo
preached at the church Sunday at
2:30 by some able divine. Read the
Globe like Annie Gye. Mr. Charlie
I'uckett spent last Sunday at Bran
don. Don't fail to hear Rev. Jenkins
the second Sunday on the Prodigal
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Arler de wlsi ol' owl spit on de
bait he Bay, eet ee "I gwlne ter
(prize you all wid a mess er fishes
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Suttin-1 IS"
out dat ol' game bag en make it
work, too," sex ee. Ben he kotch.
a big fish and say, ses ee, "t-Iioot
t-lioot t-Knib-stl-toot," sex ee. Wen
he say dat he means dat when you
alls make rla biscuits jes don't make
'em use corn meal ter save wheat
flour fer de solera.
The First Baptist Church of Brent
wood, their superintendent, Mr. R. E.
Hunt, has been confined to his bed
for three weeks with malaria fevr.
He is much missed in Sunday school
We are hoping that he will soon
recover. Through the leadership of
Mr. J. H. Owens and Mr. Oscar
Owens. and members they have had
electric lights put in our church,
costing $S1.70. They are giving good
service and the church is getting
along fine. Rev. W. P. Hall preached
for us Sunday and Rev. L. T. Cotton
preached Sunday night. The meet
ing was line. The amount raised
was $8.25. The M. E. Methodist Dis
trict Conference had a grand session
during the past week. The meeting
was grand and many visitors were
present from various places, also a
good many delegates.
"Over the Top" The Women's
War Council in their effort to give
the 71 drafted men who entrained
July lGth, a deserving "send-off," was Ethel Allison has returned home after
was a success, in every way. Rev. a brief stay in Palmetto. Mr. Arthur
W. S. Ellington of Nashville was the Duncan is on the sick list. Mr. Thos.
orator of the occasion. The demon-. Hill is ou the sick list. Mrs. Tennie
The young girls at the C. P. Church
gave an entertainment July 13th to
help beautify their church. Dr. A.
Cruickshank gave a short lecture
July 14th to the people of this place
Miss Vera Smith was in Shelbyville
Sunday spending a few hours with
her relatives. Mr. Frank Dryden,
who left this place for the training
camp, has returned home. Miss
stration was at the court house,
where he addressed near two thous
and people, white and colored. The
marked attention Taid the speaker
showed the appreciation and great
interest. Prayer was offered by Rev.
J. S. Gllmore. Prof. H. Kelley
introduced the speaker. A represen
tative of several of the choirs of the
city churches rendered beautifully
patriotic and jubilee songm. Last,
but not least was the presenting of
Bibles to the 71 select men which
was verv uuinue and effective. The
Sabbath School Convention of the
Buck River Missionary Baptist As
sociation met with the Mt. Vernon
Baptist Church in West End. They
adjourned Sunday, 21st, after a very
Interesting and ipndfitable station,
Mrs. Ellen Irvln is in Nashville vis
iting her son, Prof. Walter P. Irvin.
Rev. A. P. Gray of Nashviille was
here to attend the district confer
ence at Wayman Chapel. Mrs. Janle
Porter of Indianapolis, Ind., is here
She was called here on account of
the death of her brother, Mr. Hewitt
Graves. Mrs. Maggie Hooks
Ewing Is on the sick list. Little Al
lison is on the sick list. We hope
all will soon recover.
St. Mathews C. M. E. Church Is
blooming like a rose, which was quite
visible Sunday in a grand Ten Queen
Rally, under the leadership of their
beloved pastor, Rev. Sister Mitchell.
The rally was planned four weeks ago
and members and friends pledged to
pay to the Queens $1.00 each, which
they did. Some paying $2.00. Services
at 11 a. m. were fine indeed. A large
crowd being in attendance. Sister
Mitchell pleased theaudience with
her sermon. Text, "He is a man of
war." The queens were arranged at
the homo of Mrs. Howard Mills and
formed line marching in the church
at 8:30, line of march led by Mrs. L.
H. C. Withers. On entering the
church Rev. Sister Mitchell played a
beautiful march as they circled
around the church all being seated on
the beautiful rostrum being newly
built by the active members of this
church. Then came the fight for the
queens. The largest amount being
raised by Miss N. B. Reid of Gallatin
which was $30.00. Miss L. B. Babb,
$25.01; Miss M. Hamilton, $13.52;
Miss G. Hamelton, $26-07; Miss A. L.
Davis, $10.50; Mrs. Hattie Osbon,
$7.50. Total collected troughout the
day, $156.00. This being tho largest
amount that has ever been raised at
one time in the history of this church.
Sister Mitchell is a drawing card for
large crowds, and one of the most
successful pastors in the state of Ten
nessee for raising money. Cairo is
proud of their pastor. The church
will be the center of attraction when
is out of town. Mrs. Henreitta Stone-
baker returned home from Louisville,
where she has been visiting her
brother, Mr. W. A. Commens. Mrs.
Lue .Landers passed away Thursday
at her home, 611 Brickyard Bottom
St., in the 39th year of her age. Mrs,
Landers has been in poor health for
several months, and her death will
not come as a shock to her many
friends. She is survived by her daugh
ter. Funeral services were conduct
ed at her church by her pastor. Rev.
J. M. Brown. We regret to report the
illness of Mr. Olla Thomson, who is
very sick at this writing. We will
state in our next, the first of Aug.
why our paper, is all ways late we
hope to do better soon, says Mr.
Allen Boyd in a talk we had last Sat
and Sam Davis are our most' recent
registrants. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Curing ton are entertaining a beauti
ful Im pound daughter. Miss Beulah
Gee and Miss Ada B. Curlngton have
n-iurucd from ChattRi-cuga after sev
eral da)' absence. A truck load of
visitors from Bridgeport spent a few
hours hire mos pleasantly. They
werj chaperoued by the j-'pular Mr.
Robert Elliott The steady day's rain
Sunday ended several weeks'
The ladies of the Mt Olive Bap
tist Church, gave a delightful enter
tainment In the interest of the church
at Allnn'o Hall. Sntiiril.iv. Amount of
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of Mt. Olive came off Sunday. Rev.
Wm. Haynes, D. D., of Nashville de
livered two strong sermons. The pas
tor Rev. S. M. Wright of Nashville de
livered the sermon in the afternoon,
amount of money received from all
sources were $77.12. Being the larg
est amount ot money raised in Carth
age tor a number of years. Much
credit Is due to the ladles of the Lady's
Mission Board. There were quite a
number of people here from Pleasant
Shade. The ladles of the Methodist
Church are going to give an enter
tainment Saturday night in the in
terest o ftheir pastor and a rally on
Sunday. Mrs. Robert Payne and son
visited her son, Prof. C. C. S Payne
Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. P.
W. Gooch visited Prof. C. E. Payne
Tuesday in the interest of school. Lit
tle Belle Gore is visiting her uncle,
Charley Wakefield at Good Hope
Mrs. Edna Cage Harris and little
Edna Florence Burford, of Indian
apolis, Ind., are here visiting Mrs
Onie Sargent. A large crowd of
people from here motored through to
St. John Sunday to attend the rally
They report having a splendid time.
Don't fail to attend the rally at Rock
land Sunday. Go down and spend
your money and eat all you can find.
Avondale will be there. Mr. and
Mrs. James Bugg have purchased a
lovely automobile. Miss Hattie A.
Burton spent Saturday and Sunday
in Wilson County visiting relatives.
Lauderdale County had the honor
of having the pleasure of having
Rev. Sutton E. Griggs of Memphis, on
the 10th at the Confederate Park at
Ripley. It was estimated that there
of. were four or five thousand people
Birmingham, Ala., who has been vis-j to hear this honored son of Ham. It
iting here, left last Wednesday for) was quite a great treat to hear this
Chicago to visit her aunt, Mrs. MarW gifted orator. People from three
Allderson. Rev. and Mm. C. W. Kel
ley of Ripley, are visiting their par
ents, Prof, and Mrs. J. H. Kelley.
Rev. Wl H. Young attended the dis
trict conference and preached at
Bethel Sunday. Miss Camile Flem
ings and Miss Sarah Frlerson have
returned home from State Normal
where they have attended Summer
School. Prof. T. J. Carouthers and
family are here for an indefinite
stay. Prof. Garouthera Will spend
the most of his time on his farm this
summer. IMr. and iMlrs. Charge
Harverson ihyve gone to Na!hvllle
to make that city their future home.
Miss Maude Church was a pleasing
guest of our city lat week. Miss
Mary Bradshaiw is vlsitf'ng her sister
Mrs. Lizzie McConico at Gravel Hill.
Dr. C. O. Hunter is attending the K,
of P.'s Grand Lodge in Nashvllle this
Fayette County Summer School for
teaohers la in session at the Fayette
County TrainODg School. Have an Willie Bradon is visiting ihthe home
counties were present. It was a
largo, orderly .gathering and every
body Is talking about the great
speech. n the 14th there was- a
prand time witnessed at Ebenezer,
Jamison Chapel. Two great sermons
were preached by Revs. A. H. Norrls
and W. H. Bowers. A nice time was
had. Jamison Chapel C. M. E. Church
is a new church near Hatchlo river,
where no church has ever been and
the people are really proud of their
efforts. Mr. W. E. Palmer carried
Messrs. J. B. Finner, C. H. Fisher
and J. S. Fisher to Jamison Chapel
on this grand occasion in his new
car. Dr. and Mrs. G. II. Girvin, of
Chicago, 111., are visiting in the homo
of Dr. E.' W. Mosley, Mrs. Girvin's
father . The rally at New Hope C.
M. E. Church was a success. Rev.
E. W. Mosley is all smiles. Mrs.
Rosa Parker was at church Sunday
for the first time this year, having
been absent on account of illness.
Miss Mary Williams Is home again
after a week's visit in the home of
Mr and Mrs. H. A. Atkins. Mrs,
Rev. Tillman, the pastor of Mt.
Zion Baptist Church preached an able
sermon on last Sunday night. Rev.
Tillman held his audience Bpell-bound.
We are glad to have Rev. Arden
Doblns with us again. Rev. Doblns
is a soul stirring minister and he
preached an able sermon at St. Paul
A. M. E. Church on last Sunday. Rev,
l'jobins has been out west for 30 years,
He is presiding elder of one of the
leading Western Districts of the A,
M. E. Church. We were glad to have
Mrs. Elweena Johnsrrti back with us
again. Mrs. Johnson has been travel
ing very extensively in the East,
North and West, while away she
visited some of the leading cities in
the East and West. She made Chicago
her headquarters. The school of Lin
coln opened on the 22nd. The follow
in teachers are located as follows:
Fayetteville, eighth district, Prof. G.
L Hall, principal, Miss Mollie Scales
assistant. Howell, Prof. D. D. Word,
Petersburg, Miss Mattie Brlggs. Molino
Miss Mattie Hickman. Merry's Chapel,
Prof. C. Gordner. Antloch, Prof. J.' A.
G. Fulton. Ice Banks, Prof. D. D. Wil
liams. Mulbing, Miss Horret. Mitchell
Boonville, Miss Mary Reese, McDonald
School, Mrs. Elweena Johnson. Kelso,
Miss Bessie Baker. Dellwse, Prof. L
G. Hall. Claudvllle, Mrs. L. L. Hall.
Lindsay's Valley, unsupplledfl Gass
more, unsupplied. Moores Chapel, un
Bupplied. McBusy, Prof, unsupplied
Blanch, Prof. C. H. Dosier, Prof. G. T.
Hall will act as principal or tne
eighth district until the city high
school opens. The city high school
will open on August 26th, then Prof.
Hall will turn the eighth district
school over to Miss Mollie Scales and
take charge of the city high school.
The following is a letter that Prof.
G. T. Hall received from Corp Joseph
E. Suggs, some where in France:
Dear Prof. Hall. I arrived here O. K.
and I am feeling all right. I have
not any thing special to write at pres
ent. Remember me kindly to all of
the Fayetteville folks. When it is
over, over here, I will help bring the
bacon home and tell you how we got
It . I am all ways glad to hear from
Corp Joseph E. Suggs,
368th U. S. Infantry Expeditionary
Forces Via New York.
Miss Maude E. Bishop of Bellfast,
Tenw, who had been jnlsiLin iier'.
uncle, Mr. S. A. Bishop of Faiette
villa sine the 4th day of July died at
his residence (S. A. Bishop) on July
19th her remains were carried back
to Bellfast, her home, for burial. Rev.
Frank King of Molln was In town a
few days ago visiting his sister, Mrs.
Leona King, 500 W. Campbell St. Mr.
N. M. Rhaine of Camden, Tenn spent
Saturday and Sunday with his mother
Mrs. Charlott Lay 410 W. Maple St.
Madams Lizzie Commons and Laura
Brown are visiting in Chattanooga
this week. Prof. C. D. Bught Is very
sick at' this writing, we hope him a
speedy recovery. Prof, is one of
Lincon county's pioneer teachers.
Prof. D. 'B. Word returned from Tus
kegee where he has been attending
summer school. Mr. Charley Cobbs
Is on the sick list this week. We are
glad to have Mr. - James Wilson of
Nashville with us, he is the guest
Miss Jimmle McFadden was mar
ried to Mr. Jerome Johnson July 11.
They will reside in Louisville, Ky.
Mrs. Hattie Lee McFadden Bpent a
month with Miss Jimmle in Louis
ville and is now at home. Mrs. Ethel
(Hay) Burford, of St. Louis, Mo., is
here visiting her parents and friends.
She missed the train she intended to
lake, but in so doing she avoided the
great wreck. Mr. John Turrcntine
and Mr. Howard Coffee have moved
in Nashville and have taken their
families. Mrs. Dollio Puckett of Day
ton, Ohio, is here mingling with
friends. Only a few persons wore in
tho recent state examination. It was
held by Profs. Rainey and McAdams.
Sir. Clarence Sims came in Monday
from Hadley's Bend to visit his fam
ily. Miss Beatrice Brown has a posi
tion in Sheffield as stenographer. .Miss
liunice Campbell, after graduating
from the State Normal and attending
the summer school, has come for a
much-needed rest. She will work at
Uockwood, Tenn. Miss Toylee Hix
has returned from the summer school
and is delighted with the work. Her
salary at Haley has been increased.
Mrs. Lucy Lipscomb is teaching at
Bethlehem. Mrs. Henderson, widow
of the Rev. Alford Henderson, has
gone to. Nashville to live with her
daughter. She presented to the
library of the public school her hus
band's library. It contained some
valuable volumes. We are glad to
see onr people becoming thoughtful
along these lines. Mr. and Mrs.
Scott Parker left for Holyoke, Mass.,
last week. Mr. Porter Roberts was
at home on a furlough last week.
Grandma Sarah Caldwell has' been
quite sick but is some better.
The St. John Baptist Church at
Antioch Is doing nicely. Our Sun
day school is still progressing. The
Ladies Auxiliary is planning a big
pastors rally, the fourth Sunday in
July. We hope to have a grand time.
Rev. G. W. Gray our pastor, has put
new life into our members. We all
love him and are striving to help him
In every respect. We hope to have
visitors from other auxiliaries
Miss Virginia Robinson is on the
sick list. Mrs. L. J. Kldd Is In Nash
ville on a short stay. Misses Louis
Harman of Nashville was tho guest
of Mrs. C. V. Arnold last week, spent
a few days. Rev. G. W. Gray.C,
Robinson, James Brown, Lizzie ' Bit-
tlx Dixie Arnold were the guests of
Mrs. Bettie Collier Sunday. Mr. Wil
lie Ed Harman was the guest of Mr.
C. Arnold Sunday. Mr. Robert Kldd
spent the day In Murfreesboro Sun
day. We hope to have a nice time
July 27 and also July 28th.
ances that save half the time and
labor. Mme. DE CARROLL, an old
experienced Hairdresser and Beauty
Culturist, will teach you the French
and American system by mall. This
course, tor a limited time, has been
reduced to $3.00, so each Girl can
learn. Send a Money Order to the
Ideal Co., Box 70, Station G., New
York City. Adv.
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Misses Lenora and Marguerite Finch,
the charming daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Duke Finch, arrived Sunday
from Nashville. The social circle
will take on new lite. Rev. E. M.
Gregory was the guest ot Miss Callie
Mason last Sunday. He was accom
panied by Mr. Paul Davis. Rev.
Gregory is doing well here and the
people appreciate his services. He
Is anxious to go forward, surmount
all difficulties. The Sunshine Band
met at the residence ot Mrs. W. C.
Simpson, Sunday evening. Miss Anna
C. Gray, the new president is the
leader for the little girls. We are
glad to have as our guest, Miss Agnes
Davis ot Haley. She is an example
worthy to be emulated by other girls.
Mrs. J. J. McElroy has returned from
Nashville where she attended the
State S. S. and B. Y. P. U. Concen
tion, also the State Board of the
Woman's Miaaionary ane Educational
Society. Master V. C. Simpson will
serve as assistant Superintendent at
Sunday school during the absence of
Mr. Paul Davis, who left Saturday for
Indianapolis. Ind. Mrs. Eva Finch
of Coalmont spent last week visiting
her siBter, Mrs. G. W. Hindon. Mrs.
Cassina Mazie left Monday for Nash
ville, after a very pleasant stay
with her mother, Mrs. Martha Hol-
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SOUTH PITTSBURG. .
The Pythian Grand Lodge which
meets in Nashville this week has the
l olio wing representatives from these
parts: South Pittsburg, Eureka
Lodge No. 14, Sir Knight Luther O
Gumming, G. D. C; Celestial Lodge
Sir Knight A. H. Booker; Phoenix
Court No. 10, Calanthe Lena Henry;
Rising Star Court No. 60, Calanthe
Janie Stapler; Volunteer Juveniles,
Mrs. Anderson Buchanan. Knights
F. A. Shockley and Brown McRey
nolds represent the lodges at Jasper.
The delegation was driven to Bridge
port, Ala., where they boarded mid
uight train for the "Athens ot the
South." Mrs. P. Patton of Nashville
was the guest of her mother and sis
ter, Mrs. Clark and Miss Bertha, a
lew days last week. Mrs. Albert
Pankey ot Pikevllle was in town last
week the puest of iMesdames J. D.
Martin and Ed Hightower. Miss Janie
A. Liglitfoot spent a few days' in
Chattanooga recently visiting Miss
Lula Williams, a teacher in the city
school. The rally at Mt. Bethlehem
Baptist Church Sunday resulted in
$251.40. ltev. J. T. Martin, pastor.
Rev. W. C. Crutcher, pastor ot Mis
sionary Baptist Church, Scottsboro,
Ala., preached the anniversary ser
mon for Rev, Martin last Sunday.
Rev. Crutcher preached two great
and enthusiastic sermons while here.
The District Conference of the M. E.
Church meets at Rockweod this week.
Rev. W. S. High, district superinten
dent. Those reported attending are
Rev. Mr. Hatcher,. J. D. Martin, Mrs.
L. E. Hyatt, Mrs. M. E. Martin, Mrs.
Eliza Edge. The District Conference
of the A. M. E. Church, Dr.' J. H.
Turner, presiding elder, is being held
at . Churchville near Chattanooga.
Prof. II. B. Douglass with the pas
tor, W. J. Hancock, is representing
Bethel. Keep in mind the Elk River
Association which meets here fflhurs-
day before the 4th Sunday in August.
Mt. Bethlehem Baptist Church s an
nual report showed that from July 1,
1917, to June 30, 1918, the congrega
tion had raised $1,622.78; paid out,
$1,538.50. A new parsonage has been
built under the administration ot a
new pastor with a semi-new congre
gation possessing anew the old-time
religion. Dr. W. J. Alstrapp spent
a day in Chattanooga this week. Rev.
C. H McField preached a forceful
sermon at Mt. Bethlehem Baptist
'hurch last Sunday afternoon. Revs,
F. A. Hatcher and W. J. Hancock
were also present and were active in
the services. The recent cake contest
between Rev. J. it. Martin and Mrs,
Janie Stapler resulted in $34. Rev,
Martin won by having $20 to Mrs
Stapler's $8. The tick are: Mrs. Liz
zio Brooks, IMr. James Polk, Mrs,
Mary Baits, little Queen Esther Mar-
bury, Miss Gussie Edge, Mrs. Bessie
McCuntnnell and Mrs. Robert Curing.
ton The A. M. E. Church held
very interesting Children's Day pro-
gram recently. The A. M. E. Zion
Church is putting on a big rally lor
the first Sundav in August. The ('
Miss Fannie Jackson was the guest
ot her mother, Mrs. M. H. Williamson
Sunday afternoon. Mr. Robert Jack
son was the guest of his brother, Sun
day. Rev. A. L. Pinkston was at his
post Sunday at 11 o'clock and preached
a soul-stirring sermon. Miss Etter
B. Login is visiting her friends in
Nashville this week. Mr. Sellers Haw
kins made a flying trip Sunday after
noon to the city of Nashville. Miss
Mattie Bender was a guest of her
mother Monday afternoon. Miss Het
tie McFarland was a guest of her
mother, Mrs. Annie Hawkins Sun
day afternoon. Miss Annie Hawkins
was a guest of Mrs. W. M. Davis,
Tuesday afternoon. Miss Jessie Branch
was in Lebanon, Sunday morning
visiting her friend Miss Bessie Walker
Miss Viola Davis was visiting friends
at Cedar Grove. Mr. William Haw
kins was a guest of his sister, Miss
M. L. Hawkins, Miss M. L. Hawkins
gave Miss Leona Logero a birthday
dinner and an ice cream feast at the
residence of her mother, Friday after
noon. Those who are on the sick
list, Mr. George Jackson, Miss Het
tie McFarland, Miss F. Cadles, Miss
M. L. Hawkins was in the city of
Nashville Saturday on business.
The twenty-second session of the
Clarksvllle District Conference of the
C. M. E. Church met here July 17th,
and continued through the 21st. In
connection with the conference, the
Sunday school Epworth League and
the Women's Missionary Convention
assembled over which District Dr.
H. J. Johnson preafUes. The splen
did reports ot all departments great
ly enthused the large delegation. All
of the sessions and services of the
meeting were largely attended. Com
mendable was the progress made by
the departments" as shown by their
reports. Are district constitutes, a
part of the sixth Episcopal Diocese of
the church and is under the super
vision of Bishop N. C. Cleaves of
Memphis, Tenn. All who attended
the meeting were baptized afresh by
the unction, from on high for the
spirit of the Lord mightily manifest
ed Itself in the meeting. At the
close of the meeting the voice of the
delegation was loud in its praise and
thanks to the pastor, M. L. Smith
and the good people of Erin for their
hospitality In entertaining it.
P. Church held their rally with great
ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. wn- success. Rev. Mr. Browder. pastor,
son. W. Campbell Btreet. Rev. Bishop Messrs. Uonzo Cox, Alonzo Robinson
Julius Pankster to Birdie Logan,
Jasper Bee to Victoria Epps, bis
larris to Lydo Belle Barnam,
Leslie Rich to Jannie (Jampueu,
1014 Ninth Ave., N.
McKinley Harvey to Effle Alford,
2225 Herman St.
John Hampton to Maude M. Stew
art. Ernest Satterfleld to Lillian Chris
topher, 1914 Cartwrlght St.
Carson Satterfleld to . Idella Gran
berry, 1913 Cartwrlght St.
L. C. Teasley to Polly Levis, Nep
Horace Frlerson tc Lizzie Washing
ton, Cedar St.
C. M. Witt "to Alice Dickerson,
White's Creek Road.
Will Pope to Willie May Thomp
son, 419 Thirteenth Ave., N.
St. Clair Smith to Ardelua Cooper,
James Archie to Noami Carter, 1417
William C. Dixon to Bolema Wil
liams, 1031 Jo Johnson Ave.
Nathan Mitchell .to Lyverta Goodloe,
92 Fain St.
Andrew Burks to Francis Samuel,
100 Murray St.
Ed Davis to Ella Burnett, 104
Green , St.
Marian Gay to Mildred Hall, care
N. and C. R. R.
F. S. Suiff to Carrie White, 1305 Jo
John Smith to Viola Sanders, 220
Third Ave., S.
Ben Lewis to Maude Hughes, Jack
sonville, Tenn. - v
Edward McReynolds tq Eddie Os
borne, 517 Hlnes St. .
Will Wilson to Mary Washington,
Jimmle Dt.de to Beatrice Mitchell,
Mrs. Amanda Williams joined the
happy circle of Globe readers. She is
Industrious and believes In support
ing our own enterprises. Mr. Rusaw
Williams ot Coalmont, spent the
week-end visiting his family who
are spending their vacation with Mrs.
Viola Williams Mrs. Maria Finch
visited friends in Coalmont last Sat
urday. She returned Monday, ac
companied by her son, Wlllard, who
has been indisposed for several days.
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Reece Black, age 18 years. City
George Stevens, age 25 years, 2026
Lucy Lundy Wiley, age 19 years,
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Roberta Hendricks, age 1 year and
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Alpbonso C. Miller, age 16 years,
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Susie Thompson, age 70 years 1003
Irene McCall, age 18 ' years, 229
Emma Wilson, age 47 years, Chica
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Sophia Collier, age 31 years, 515
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