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, -NASHVILLE GLOEE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 6, 1918. v.
-AKO OF THANKS. evrr i-mv! bovine .mvotMn-
and Mrs. Major aVnlipr anrl R l.cc v, riivr n a ti-..iiij
wile Mrs. Eniina Vanlier. of rnmW.lt ti..ii...i.. n ii,,f t t o.i.,-
;.' y '
inu t-urnace. Tenn, wish to thank
tie rtur.Je of Cuiulmtlauti Kunime for
' 0. L. Finch, A. Buckner. and Mrs.
; 1 ian,'vr cii.u.iul onuar r.iii..ua I..,!.,..
1.11 VI.. J. . - . . ... i "J"- t."""-. ..Hf-tltTi-O U' "'S
, . "'a H -He Hlueqs ! finl-l,e.l. the hostess refreshed the
and t..ath of their dear son, husband ladies with a two course menu com
arid In-other. Mr. Walter. Vhniier. lie pSed of chicken ia.l. ice tea, iclla
diM November 12. 1US. was a nie-m-;!n, whipped cream and cake. The
tier a;:d worker of the M. E. Church.; home was beautifully decorated with
we also wish to thank Cie neonl for, ..., i .....i
I'mumm imutl ut'SllinS. itiav Mioorfnl unil on.O. 1n.lv
Uod ever bless his marv friond.
a very social afternoon. Adjourned
to meet at Mrs. IX A. Townscnd's
Mr. and Mrs. Major Vanlier.
Mrs. Emma Vanler. wife.
. MVs. Mamie Bell, Hai:.ie, Emma
Rad'!l. Major and Ahner Vanlier.
brothers and Ssters.
i . ' . . .
J Mrs. P. E
MRS PAGE IN CHICAGO.
Mrs. S. S. Page was called lo Chi
cago on account of the death of her
couMi, Mrs. B. H. aJnuary. While
mere she visited Mrs. Maria aJmiarv
Mrs. J. . Johnson, Mrs Brooks and
inarns. toiu tlhere she went to St.!
J.OU1S, Mo., to sea her brother, Mr. !
Jtm bb. Yhi!o there she was the
Ruest or .Mrs. Thos. Weathertoii and
Mrs. U. A. Bramlctt.
THE MISSES MAMIE AND EMMA
Msses Emma and Kmma Hranham
rf t'alaiin, -returns to tlieir lioine al
ter hnvin- spent a week n the city
'"lb Mirs.. IX W. K'iet.s:n of 28 N.
Eighth Street, and .Mrs. H. V. i.ane
n 1 is X. Eighth S'reet, Msa .Mamie
L. r. tnnpliiR with Mrs. l ane. 'in e:i-'
tert:rned a party of !ri. Is at din 1
ner Tlianksiriviim -Covers Acre laiil
fnr six-, .Mrs. ldiza Chuhh, Mrs. Sarah
and li.mphter. Miss Louise Winches ter.
Misses Brnuhams and .Mr. C. V. '
On Friday at 4 p. ni Mrs I.ane;
nnrve.l at Tea an Auio Party in l'on-j
or o;' Miss Mamie I., i'ran'iam. Seat !
e.l a' t'-e table yvere Mrs. .1. P. Allan:,
of r.cech Hill. Ten-., Mi:.:. Solomon
Timer and Mrs. Qua'l and Mr. Thump-'
son rf this city. The same parties'
won also served a delightful one,
cour-v menu at M'rs. P. VY. Epperson's 1
at) ti ;i in., nuisi bfiin; the feature of
the t'veninsr yvith Mrs Fred Searcy,
priv.idiiis at. the piano, and at S p. ni.J
iie p.irty left for ;Vrs. James Conch's
loO'" J-h Ave., X. ATler Kpendiim
the riir'.'.t with Mrs. Coueli, the party:
enjoyed a tour Saturday out to 11ml-1
ley',-.- Pond, sight-seeing.
bUUKtK I. v ft ?n llu I U IN l.LUtl.1
Ti e B. T
. i nit) met i uesoay
afttci noon with .Miss
The president. .Mrs. A
presided. The meet in j
w as opened
wild praver, one, selection of
Routs led bv the (haplain, Mrs. M;Hr'
Holden. alter which the meeting was
opened for business. Menibens re
fepdr.ried with quotations. A very in
teresting business bond was spent.
Trftaisueier Mrs. Mary Priest yvas re
ported also Mrs. Harriett Boyd. Mrs.
Maud Clnyd was prct-ent and made an
oxcdllciit tivlk. Menimers present:
Mesdames Marshall, Floyd, Bolden,
Hums, Wlks, Kiel. Wray. Cook. Ysl
tor was Mrs. Mtiud Cloyd. After nil
business was over the hostess serv
ed a tempting two course menu. Af
ter thanking the hostess the club ad
journed with a request by '.lie presi
dent that all members lie present
Tuesday, December 11 1':, -.vith Mrs
lUary lioldt n, 10J! Lewis f-treet.
MRS. CLEGGET ENTERTAINS
Mrs. Miiry F. Clegget yvas hostess
of a beautifully planned dinner giv
en Thanksgiving Day in honor of her
lirot'i-ers 48t.li birthday, Mr. Samuel
LawsfMi of 28H2 2Sth Avenue, N.
T'ioso present were, Mrs. Mary F.
Clc'-get, Mr. Samuel I.awson, Mrs
R.ini:tl I.awson. Mrs. Rachel Harris,
Mr. .1. M. Harris, Mr. C. Harris,
V:!i vder Howell, Mr Oil ic ton Law
Miss Lillie M. Cuinnie't of Ala.,
V aggie Howell of Stale Normal.
Fvu M. 1 avson.
':ola iii.us!c wa furnished
i-'iout til" evening Each guest
e--iiessing that they lad spent u
aro hav.g s m o heavy frostr
ys :;i d Iiium are Iving slain
to l!ie Hum in France. The
of our community is very good.
All mentioned on the sick li
writing r:ie i nil . a'esi l.'ii: Rev
liodiiy of McA) in pvilU Iris Miient sev
ra! v.ie';s hear teaei'ing ir Ms wife's
steal ",b. hr- beep ill. Miss Madge
U';! lie spent '.'! e weo'icnd illh par
nuts at this place. The war fund
dn-iv , yvas a success. The colored i t.
fctoii ; of this coit'ny rased nearly
$::tm. hi cash. Bo:,, ( Mr. and Mrs.
Filer'i'ig Tyler a bouncing baby girl,
lhitli aaitlier and I i ' v ary don:r i-ice-ly.
pirn to Mr and .Mr Pearl Pe'
ty, r s:irl. Bother mother and baby
tire ('-nig fine. Mr V. 1,. Syler left
Sat:;' day for Monnesseii. Pa., w liere
lie lies aceei'ted a pnsitiin for the
winter. J!ev. I!. Sm.itli preached at
MU Olive Sunday. Q i.plte a irplrltua
ineeling was held. Comniunio;i yvas
Churi.-h is working
her history. The
loU"' A. M. I'V. j
as never before in!
first Sundav at
11:. 10 'A M., the people found1 them
f elves limiting tlieir way to the church
It) he r the text which had been pre-vioiis-.'v
announced: 2 Cor. 9:15
"Tliatilts be to nGd for his unspeak
able gift to man " Subject, "Christ,
Cod's best gilt to man." After the
iasti r f 'pished bin ilicourse, many
wen' a way sayng, "Thanks he to oGo
for is uiis'ieakahle gift to man"
Grea interest is being iiK'iiirested hi
tiio new method of Sunday scuool
ror:. by both teaidK-rs and pupils.
Itev . T. Denny is wonderlnlly
please) witi'i his now field of labor,
find tiie people are trying to do ev-cryfi'-ig
possible to make him hap
py. The Stewardesses meet at. the
iars"-iage in a joint, meeting with the
ja-i?T-V Aid Board. Mrs. Dora, Lee
laughter; of the
IVnser ,the w'fe of Dr. Fraser of this nothing to be ashamed of as Paul
city met its with t'ht'ni and also be-! th:s 7th morning of November, 1918.
cam" a member or the Stewardesses'! I can boldly state, therefore, I take
Hoard. They expect to have a biic- pleasure in infirmities, In reproaches,
cessfi'l conference year. After ser- in necessities, in persecutions, In dis
vlce Thanksgiving, the pastor, Rev.j tresses for Chrint's sake, for when I
Y. . T. Dennq enjoyed an old-fashion am weak then am I strong, 2 Cor. 11
Irun'ina: trip. Misires Eugenie and 10.
Iois Glllispie have gone to Nashville, I want to say that it is always the
to enter school. The P. W. D. S. mind of the satanlcal one to keep back
Cluib met last Thursday p. ni., atl part of the goods from the true and
lihe residence of Mrs. V. L. Syler, 18, humble followers of the meek and low-
10th Avenue. Mrs. Gray, the vice
president, presided at the meeting.
Opened by Scripture lesson bv the
president, prayer by Mrs. O. L. Fimch.
iiHisi.. Boll was called and respond
ed to ily Thanhs-giving 'quotaltflons.
Fraser. the leader ot the
venincr, presented the folloyvlng sub-j
jects for discussion: "Thanksgiving"! used to get is stopped, nevertheless,
end "Woman Suffrage." Quite a. deal i in this I will be confident, believing
ct Interest was manifested In each. that all things happen for good to them
jtood to say. Ladles present were that are called. Where brethren for
Wssdames W. M. Gray, T. Carter, P.' get God, never no never. The Lord
THE AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB.
The American Beauty Club met
N'iv. 27, at the res!dence of Mrs. Odis
Graves. 1114 Phillips street. Devo
tional exercises were opened hy the
Chaplain. Mrs. T. M. Hideout. 'after
which the roll was called and each
member responded with dues and quo-
ta'ions. The relief club made a verv
; Some very interesting topics yvere
discussed anions which was a heauti-
; fnl messiire of Mrs. Conner, president
of the National Federation, which our
! beloved president. Mrs. Coy Harding
renin td. The nieetinc vas then turn
el ovc to the h wess who served the
club v.ith a delicious as well a an
r!:sti( Tli-Ml;(;tvi'in- snnoor o' four
e.iiv-,'s, which was enjoyel by ail
Mi s. Tlenrv M;-n ir.l nf Chicuro, wis
n-e-pn' as ruest. The meeMm; ad
l."irnel to meet with Mrs. H. C. Cun
";'i"h i'ii. 7i Claib irne street. Dec. 11,
HMV . j
OLD S''MME'J S'l'HF'vT CHURCH i
IV XEY QUARTERS j
The (iiil S-minier Street Fifth Ave
nue puiti-t Church will go into its
new house of worship on December
sth. The building is o-i Peahodv,
'i,.fvee'i Fifth and Sixth Avenues.
The church plans to make this an
initiation meeting. The building
will seat six hundred people and It
is honed that the building will be
tilled to overflowing.
Rev. A. .1. Moore. IX D.. the pas
tor, who has superintended the pur
chasing of the property will marshal
the forces into the new house of yvor
sh'.n which will be known as the
Rantist Church. All the
s of old Fifth Avenue are ex
pected to be present. 1 ney are asu
i n,,t ..aeli friend and member
. i til he
hn'nir a donation. Sunday
i will ooen at !:"
o'clock with :
I .....hinir lit 1 1
o. The pastor win
Matt. 20:42. At 2:.."
iirt"ii ii 1 1
! o'clock. It
is the plan to have a nig j
j mass meeting
ill sister cliurcties
(having been invited to no present,
it m linriis nastor of the
Tabernacle Baptist f hurch
liM-eneh. There will also he
preaching services at night.
LETTERS FROM FRANCE.
KueUs who is "o
with Comian 1 , al,llc,uiid
i' l? Fi ance, l as " . -
K ' . Cv Henrv Allen Boyd of
letter to Re . u . duced or
Uiis city i"11'1" ..ls..,, ,. ' ,f .he Nash-
the benefit of the read
Nov. 1, ion.
Mr. Henry Allen Boyd,
My dear brotner.
.... -i- ii.:l-Enn nf
tn Vgl t PuSgHouse it came 1.
ind to write you a letter
M Buvd. I don't know whether
youevervisitedFrai.ee in you 'tour,,
but when this conllic has cea,ed a , I
wil e uy L1""-, , " . ...
. . ...... ..li.u von
vou snoum vion
lnu ie.W. beautiful country.
Tlie roads in
cu: 01 'J,. ' in this country, poor
.. , v.. v 1'iara
lUHLS LU vv.
le..ile have been
the b.U'barious ac.s
111 L II V
Ui:l Uiru i-
cities wiih aeiu, . r .... arU1.
10 ";cT," ana
erv and Usliel inoiuu ...,,aiiat-
mi ted Vrich
vin" up "roll Uoart nm.nnnit.on
1)S 'in German territory
When th eallies begun to knock or
(bock- hard capturing and destroying
th.usands of hi stroops he calls upon
the all.es in the name of humanity
a;i I eomino njustico to cune to an un
derstanding and stop this bloodshed
Tihu imperial .h.narcbial Govern
ments, of Germany and her allies are
crumbling. Austria Tungary has cap
t.ilated and Bulgaria has been licked
and Germany's autocrats know that
the allies troops ate at the gates of
Germany, ideally marching on to
Give yeiir wife and daughter and
Sister Boyd my regards, will close,
Beujiman L. Rucks,
Co. ii. ;ii;:.th int.
A'. F. I. BUNTHORNE WRITES TO
REY. HENRY ALLEN BOYD.
St. James' Baptist Church,
Taylor's Gap St. Michaels Barbados,
November 7th, 191S.
Rev. II. A. Boyd. Asst. Sec'y
523, 2nd Ave North, Nasvillo, Tenu.
My- Dear Brother:
Grace and peace to you and yours,
In the Lord. By this enclosed letter
which I received from your hands
since last year is still awaiting your
promise. I am quoting II James, 2
l verse 12th chap, as a reminder, Noyv
dear brother, the third epistle of John
speaks thus verse 1, 2,-6, Oh may my
Heavenly Father awaken you, to do
as he would have you, though on the
foreign field praying, and suffering
lor tne cause of the Master, I have
lyt Jesus. He tries to keep back our
financial help, even from the Board
so as to discourage us, but glory to
God's precious name, he cannot take
, from us the love which has shed
abroad In our hearts, by the power of
the Holv Ghost.
The very Unlon-lReview, which I
t "1 -
li- L y 'v .'.'(',. "
KEY. L. L. CAMPBELL, D. D.,
Of Austin. Tex.. President i.f the -i s i e .e ..i C-ii'ention of Texas,
member of the Peace C.e.iimissiou .,;' tiin I r.ltKorpi.raieJ Cuiivention.
bearing me witness out of a living
conscionce that despite all oppisiv
tion, I will ever be true to the Unin-
corporated Board, and by his help I
wil see that those along with me he
of the same mind.
The year will soan be gone cairy
ing with it our sufferings, samo cay
God will wipe a( y all tears ir e.u our
eyes, now we are suffering, but bye
and bye we shall walk on golden
streets, having Christ our eternal
light in Paradise.
C,ree fa'her Boyd and Me-l.in for
me. as .oU as the workers in the
Publishing hou-o, tell tnem we aie
still pressing onward, also iooUin;
an dliasting intj the einiing of our
eternal Lord, the Prince of all of the
earth, glory, glory, glory.
My wife and daughter also the dear
saints this way send their hive. Gad
bless all wh.) are endeavoring to keep
the unity of the faith in the bond of
peace. If this can be had I shall be
in ire than glad to have one. a minute
of the last convention. Father Eoyd
promised me last year also to send
me one. His letter is still in my hand,
but h etoo has failed, I don't know how
this has come. God bless again all in
his son sprecious precious name.
Yours in the hallow of His hand,
F. I, Bunthorne, Supt of Missions.
REY. K. W. BOWF.N D. D..
Of Spartanburg, S. C, one ot the
Peace Commissioners ef the Unincor
porated National Baptist Convention.
DR. FORD VISITS THIS CITY.
Dr. W. T. Ford, a Mc.harry grad
uate of the class of 'i; aa I wi, , is
n iw enjoying a large practice in Cor
dele, a., spent Thanksgiving week visit
ing Dr. and Mrs. J. K. .uanni, Sia,
Ttli Ave., So. Dr. Ford made an ex
cellent record as a student at Meharry
Dental College, and after graduating,
he successfully passed ti.e ... n.u.,i
and Georgia State Boards, wr.iile in
college here, Dr. Ford made a host of
friends, all of whom we.e glad lo wel
come the prosperous young doctor
back to the city will, a v. ...m hand
Dr. ForJ left for Cordqlo, Sunday
afternoon, that he might be at his
post Monday morning. Dr. Ford re
dec's credit both upo nthe college
which he represents and upon his
Mrs. Katie Mellenry of Nashville
was the guest of Mrs. Emma Taylor
Thanksgiving. Little Miss Edna Flor
ence Burford, the daughter of Mrs.
Onnio Burford Sargent, le't iast week
for Indianapolis, lnd where she will
enter school. The people around in
this community are killing hogs.
There will he service here Sunday
night. Come out on time at the C.
M. K. Church. The new pastor. Rev.
Gious, filled his pulpit Sunday before
last. He preached a wonderful and
inspiring sermon which was enjoyed
by all ' who heard him. You'll hear
from us again. It is time old Santa
Claus yvas coming.
LADIES' AID OF CLARK MEMORIAL
M. E. CHURCH HOLDING IN
The Ladies' Aid Society of Clari
Memorial M. E. Church Is doing a
splendid work. The meetings are
growing In interest each week. For
many years this society has been of
great assistance to the officers of the
church. Many debts have been can
celled through their efforts. These
ladies desrve special credit for the
noble service they are rendering. The
meeting this week was held at the
residence of Mrs. .Maggie Blades, 1st
avenue, South. An interesting pro
gram was rendered. Mrs. J. D.
Chairs was the prncipal speaker. Two
young men from Meharrv wre on
program and gave several violin se
lections. The many guests present
spoke of how well they had enjoyed
f . rfV, Vj .1
. . ....
Nashvilk", Ten?.., Dee. 4, 191S.
The regie's Saving Hand and
Trust O .. c- tr's a cordial invi
tati.'.n (o thi? ;:ubl;c to visit them
on the (-ca-'t r. (if their opening
the lust tf V'atch for an
r.fiiincei'.u .tIs,. Souvenirs will
be present?;; to depositors who
make deports on the day, and
stock puvcl::ise!s who purchase
stock, of r y on their subscrip
tions. Xmas Saving checks will
be issued Dec. 11. The People's
Xmas C lub will b'gia Monday,
Dec. 18, 1313. Yv'e are again
pleased and delighted to thank
the pub'ic for their continued
co-operation. That we are able
to announce our resources over
$154,000.00 is (hie t; our patrons
and their friends, and we appre
ciate the evidence of their good
will toward our business more
than we can say. We are re
modeling our building, it will be
ready for the opening. Come
when we announce.
Very kindly yours.
The People's Saving Bank and
the evenings entertainment. The
, meeting for next Monday night, Dec.
; 9th, will be held at the studio of Mr.
George II. Anderson, the photogra
1 piier, 42l 5th avenue, North, in the
t'vthlan Teni'de. fl'he ollicers are
Mrs. Maggie B. ewis, president; Mrs.
Ada Flemmlngs, treasurer, and Mrs.
H. J. J. Johnson, secretary.
Thanksgiving was spent in a fine
spiritual and social way last Thurs
day and everybody, seemed to be in
perfectly good humor. The churches
were nicely attended, also the church
entertainments. The death of Mrs.
Jennie Bowman Btnford on last Fri
day came to her many friends as a
surprise. Although she had been sick
with the enlluenza, it was thought by
her nian- friends that she was much
better, but death came at last. She
leave-, a devoted husband and a very
small baby. Mr. Chester Benford has
the sympathy of his many friends. A
' Ii iii 'in .rial services sof Brother
Jerry Conrad and Peter Sutton vverc
beautifully conducted at the Baptist
church last Sunday at 3 o'clock. This
service wa3 well at tended. Mrs. Ethel
llolma'i and children have returned
from Slielbyville, where she went to
visit her mother, Mrs. Tina Allen.
Mrs. Ethel Rrazleton is on the sick
list this week. Pay your United War
Work, subscriptions to the collectors
when they tome around. Mrs. Minzie
Chrisman is thinking about going to
France very soon. Miss Josie Can
non was in Chattanooga last Sunday
visiting friends and relatives. Mrs.
Ali.'e Harris and son, George, are
visi ing friends and relatives in Nash
ville this wepk. Mrs. Hannah Duff,
who has been living in the house wltli
Mrs. Spencer, has moved in the old
Harris property. M is. Cordelia Shaw
yvas In Winchester last Saturday and
Sunday visiting her many friends.
Mrs. Shaw stopped at Decherd ti at
tend the Board of the Elk River As
sociatlon and Sunday School Conven
tion. Mrs Gray of Decherd is visit
ing Mrs. Fench and Mrs. Lula Col
ston In Sim Addition this we-k.'Mrs.
.Minnie Anderson was a visitor at
ML ZIon last Sundav. Mrs. Jonas
was aide to be In church last Sunday.
Mra. Lomie C. Scott Is on the sick
list this week. Miss Lula Mederris,
who Is now In Chattanooga, will re
turn next yveek and will b9 the g' t
of Mrs. Mary Russell and Miss Ma
lissa White. Mr. Ennis London says
the Globe Is the greatest paper In
the world and he Joins the Globe fam
ily. Mr. Thomas Moore Is still mak
'n.g his visits on Jackson street. Won
der what Is calling him? Ask Lee.
He can tell, sure. Miss Hattie Bates
Is quite sick with the influenza at
this writing. Mrs. Lue Pryor is
down with the influenza, also Miss
Davidson on Washington street. Miss
Bessie Fdlesom and her brother Jim
are visiting their mother at Smart
this week. Mrs. Emerlins Brown is
on the sick list this week. Rev. Dix
on was at Mt. Zion last week filling
his appointment. Rev. Dixon has had
charge of this church for nearly two
years and he is making this charge
mite a success. This speaks well for
Rev. Dixon as a minister. The fol
lowing arrangements were made last
Sunday for the Christmas tree at the
Baptist church: A program will be
prepared bv Mrs. Mattle C. Estell and
Mrs. J. A. McGee and the tree will he
arranged by Rev. Jenkins, and we are
O F R E R E S
The Thrifty Colored Worker Greater
W 9 t.i Vi 9 U l i W M Mil t
than any other city in the country.
Stay in Nashville,
Pull for Nashville
and Nashville will
pull for you. : :
This space contributed by
NOEL '& 0.
ICE & COLD STORAGE
607 Corner Jo Johnson and 10th Ave.
NAIVE-SPILLERS CO., EGGS AND POULTRY.
This is the greatest concern of its kind in the Soth. The Naiuve
Spillers Co., located at 905 Harrison street, employs a large num
ber of workers, the greater number of which are colored women.
The place in which they work is made as comfortable and conven
ient as possible. The plant is steam heated. Over seven thou
sand chickens are killed and picked a day and more than two
thousand turkeys are handled a day by these people. They re
ceive wages from two dollars and a half to five dollars per day,
according to the work done. One hour a day is given for lunch.
The women go to work at seven a. m., and leave at five p. m.
The employers of this great plant are courteous and kind. They
take a personal interest in the welfare of their employees.
These people are given employment the entire year and are never
paid less that the standard wages.
This is one of the very many industries of Nashville whose
greater number of employees are colored.
This company is working as many hands as their limited amount
of room will permit. As soon as more space is available more
people will be put to workj and the colored people of Nashville
will get their share of the work in this great enterprise.
quite anxious that the exercises be a
success; and Rev. Jenkins will also
have in connection will this tree what
is known as a Charitable Tree for
sick, and we are asking everybody to
the pooi- and crippled, the old and
do their duty along this line. Let us
learn to help those that need help and
God will bless us. Mr. E. H. Brooks
was with us last Sunday and took an
active part in the service at the Bap
tist church. Mrs. Mary London was
a live wire at the A. L B. Church last
Sunday. She was accompanied by
Mrs. Jennie Curtis, a great missionary
lady. Rev. Rusby spent Thanksgiving
with his wife at Morrison. Rev. D.
Dixon of McMinnville was the guest
ot Rev. Belches Sunday. Mr. Samuel
Scott was in Chattanooga last week
shipping and watching the street cars.
Rev. A. E. Martin wai In Fayetteville
last Sunday filling his charges. Rev.
Jesse Jenkins was on the sick list
last week and was unable to fill his
appointments in Chattanooga. The
Red Cross Chapter met at the resi
dence of Mrs. Mary Russells last
Monday night to transact some very
important business and the present
act.lnar president, Mrs. A. E. Martin,
is going to leave the city. Mrs. Lena
Cortheron was elected as president for
the year 1919. We believe that she
is a worthy woman. Mrs. Carter Is
much improved at this writing. Rev.
Carter will soon move to his charge
In Cherry Valley. Mrs. Pearl Carter
Sublett has accepted a lucrative posi
tion and will remain here for a few
months. Miss Queen Annie Arnold
was the guest of MissJamlma Jen
kins last Sundav. She was accom
panied by Miss Jessie Lee Duncan of
Ducktown. Mrs. L. J. Gray, the
teacher, of Decherd, Tenn.; and her
little daughter, Mary Washington, and
Miss Annie C. Gray of Estill Springs
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
James Colter Thanksgiving. Mrs. Col
ter served quite an elaborate dinner
on Sunday in honor of Mrs. Gray. All
present spent a most enjoyable day.
j Mrs. Gray joined her husband, who
i had made a short trip to Shelbyville
' and returned to Decherd Sunday af
Mrs. Lizzie Pamplin, who has been
an invalid for many years died a few
davs am. Mrs Pnmnlin wna a mem
ber of the A. M. E. Church
a consistent Christian life. Beside
!a host of friends she leaves a son, W.
T. Pamplin of Detroit, Mich, and two
(daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Scruggs of
Chattanooga and Mrs. Ora Hampton
'of Fayetteville. The burial was held
at Lebanon. The C. P. Synod con
vened at Neal's Temple from the 29th
of November .to Dec. 2. A number of
prominent members were in attend
ancc. Rev. KUer of Chattanooga was
In our city Sunday and delivered two
splendid sermons. At 11 a. m. he
spoke at St. Paul A. M. E. Church
and at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church
at night. We are always glad to
have this able minister with us.
Memorial services were held Sunday
evening In memory of the late Rev.
Cross and Rev. Bell. Miss Body, one
of our popular school teachers passed
through our town on her way to Mt.
Pleasant. While here she was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Holly Stone
breaker. Mrs. John Buchanan of
Winchester was a 'welcome visitor a
' few days ago. Mrs. Fannie Bonner
Hair Grower Is the most
WONDERfUl HAIR S4LVE on tho market.
It Is pure and harmlessto the scalp.
guaranteed to clean the scalp and to crow
the "Worst Stubbon Hair Into Long
Lustu'e Silk Hair."
This Grower is Put Up and
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of Nashville, but formerly of Fayette
ville is here attending the C. P. Sy
nod. Mrs. Grace Bright (Hatcher),
who has been ill for some time Is Im
proving, much to the delight ot her
many friends. Mr. Chas Cobb one
of the Fayettevllle'8 most highly re
spected citizens passed into the great
beyond recently. He leaves to mourn
their loss a devoted wife and a host
ot friends, He was burled at Rose
Hill. Miss Eddins of Nashville is
In our town the guest of Miss Susie
Buchanan. Mrs. Maggie McDonald
and Mr. John McEwen are on the sick
list. We hope for them a speedy re
covery. Prof. L. L. Hall of Delrose
was In our city last week writing up
Insurance. Miss Mattle Griffis, who
has been ill for some time is recover
ing. Mr. J. Todd of Hornhill was in
the city last week attending the
Synod. Mr. and Mrs. Douglass Smith
were visitors here a few days ago.
A mass meeting was held here Wed
nesday to go to Washington in the
Interest of the race question In the
Peace Conference. Mrs. E. Johnson,
gave a commendable concert at her
school. Mrs. B. K. Cook is still on
the sick list. Mrs. Lottts Polk, a
teacher in Lincoln County tor several
years spent a few days In our town
on business. Dr. and Mrs. Edwards
and pretty daughter of Cornerton
were guests In the home of Mr. Bert
Buchanan. Mrs. Edwards was beau
tifully entertained by Miss Grates
Shull. Mr. John McCotner and family
will move in from the country to
their pretty home on Campbell St.
Mrs. W. A. Bossett has acted wise
and joined the Globe family. ' It you
want to read a first class colored
paper, read the Globe. But don't
forget to pay for it.