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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1909. OUT OF TOWN MOTF v. EAGLEVILLE NOTES a nmh f the nni0 nr m,r tnn attended the Easter services at the! Mt. Vernal Baptist Church Sunday ! morning and Sunday night, Mr Jonas Sutton has returned to Chicago. His brother, Mr. Wilbur Sutton, accompanied him. Mrs. Annie Jackson visited her sis ter, Mrs. Ella Haynes, Saturday and Sunday returning home Monday. Mrs Sallie Cheatham and daughter, Willie, were the guests of her sister, Mrs. J. C. McCord, Sunday. Mrs Emmett Johnson has returned home from an extended stay in Nash ville. Mrs. P. J. McCord and daughter, were the guests of Mrs. Jordan Batey at Rocky Fork Saturday and Sunday. Memorial services were held at the First Baptist Church Sunday morn ing. COLLEGE GROVE NOTES. Miss Annie Patton met with a ser ious accident last week. Her cousin, Mr. Bee Linear, accidentally struck her in the eye. Miss Beulah Patton has been ill for quite a while. Miss Emma Andrews was the guest of her aunt last Wednesday night. Misses Annie Wilson and Sallie Rucker spent last Thursday evening in AlHsona. Mis Beulah Patton was the guest of Miss Mary Lenear last Wednesday night. Mrs. Jennie Lenear and Mr. Bee Le near were guests of their sister, Mrs. Burns, last week at Bethesda. Rev. A. M. Bedford filled the pulpit at Locust Ridge Sunday at eleven o'clock. Miss Mary Patton spent a few days with her grandma. Mrs Rutha Brown. Mr. Charley Patton called to see Miss Susie Rucker last Sunday after noon. Mr. A. T. Claybrook was to see Miss Annie Wilson Sunday afternoon. Little Miss Lula Patton has been ill for several days. Mr. Tom Rucker is indisposed this week. Miss Maggie House has returned from Nashville. PALMETTO NOTES. Mrs. James Lewis and Mrs. May Lou Duncan and children were the guests of Mrs. William Gay last Monday. Miss Willie Curlee was in city last week. Mr. Neut Pucket and Mr. Robert Oneal snent Sunday in Shelbyville. Mr. Neut Pucket was the guest of Mr. James Lewis last week. Mr. Gentry Oneal, of Farmington, spent Saturday night with his sister and brother, Mrs. Duncan. , MILANO NOTES. Our little village is found seven miles from Fayetteville in a very fer tile region land owned by several Negroes, have a blacksmith using his own material, hiring his own help as the white blacksmith here. We have preachers and teachers also, and a very small crop of loafers. The public school at this place un der the management of Miss Hattie Dee Howland, of Murfreesboro, closed, and Miss Howland has returned to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson How land. Mrs. Sina Wiley, we are very glad to say, is improving very much aft er a severe attack of fever. Mr. C. Hickman and Miss Annie Phelps, Mr. Edward Bone and Miss Gurty Lee Bryson were united In wed lock recently. Mr. S. M. Bonner and little daugh ter. Sammie Elnora, spent last Sunday with friends and relatives at Fayette ville. Thrre was a concert given at Lin say Valley under the management of Miss Arlena Wiley. A grand time was reported. Mrs. Mai Bell Smith and Mrs. Char lotte Vance were the guests of Mrs. Amanda Bonner last Thursday. The evening was very delightfully spent. Mrs Anna Dickerson Is very rapid ly improving after a few weeks' Ill ness. CULLEOKA NOTES. Madam Mohonga, a real African lady and an excellent elocutionist, ren dercd a very interesting and amusing concert on last Monday evening at the A. M. E. Church. She recited one of Dunbar's poems, which was very grand Indeed, after which she and her hus band played an excellent Dialogue and the moral feature was grand. I must say the short talk she gave on Africa was the source of much pleas ure. I am quite sure neither the young nor old will forget the word which she put so much force upon when speaking of her native home. It was quite a treat to the peonle of this place to have Madam Mahonga visit this vicinity. Rev. D. W. Wells preached an excel lent sermon at the A. M. E. Church on last Wednesday night. Hope Rebecca House Hold of Ruth gu'e a birthday entertainment on Sat urday night, which was the source of much pleasure. The committee on the ; tables were viz. Mrs Ann Hughs. Par thenia Fitzpatiick. Mary Ford and : Mary Moore. Door clerks: Mr. An- drew Hughs and Wm. Epps. They re ' a'ize a very neat little sum. Sunday was Easter and every face "Pn the earth was renewed There were services at the A. M. E. Church before noon. Rev. M. C. Skillern preached the Easter Sermon Sunday a. m. Services conducted by Mr. H. H. Hughs, after which an Easter pro gram was rendered. An address by Mr. E. J. Martin also Mr. Anderson Hughs and M. D. Dean. Services and program rendered at the First Baptist Church at 2 o'clock. Many addresses were rendered by prominent members of different churches. At 4 o'clock sharp Mr. Tom Rey nolds and Mrs. Ida Cruse were united in holy wedlock at the A. M. E. Church. The wedding was grand; the bride was dressed in silk; the groom in black material. Mrs. Richardson, of ; Lynnvllle, furnished the music. The church was decorated in ferns and artificial lilies. The congregation was numerous. There were just as many! white citizens at the wedding as col- ored and many valuable presents were given, the groom being one of the mail carriers and standing high in their estimation. Rev. M. C. Skillern will have ser vices at his church Tuesday night; Rev. John Gilmore will accompany him. Rev. C. W. Norman made some watkins arose to speak. The ap clear points Sunday night in preach- plause was deafening; Rev. Watkins iing the Easter sermon which was very nicely realized by the smallest child. We have need to feel proud of life was when he faced the veritable our beloved pastor; he is such a sea of faces 011 this occasion. He Christ-like man, and his sermons are thanked the reception committee fer so interesting and his lectures are the honor done him; he gave an in more than grand. teresting history of the beginning of Mr. Robert Moore, of Lewisburg, the organization, its growth and the was the guest of Mr. Will Lundon sixteen years of service he had seen Sunday. TULLAHOMA NOTES. LOCATION OFFKRKD FOR COLOREI) INSTITU TION'. Ten acres of ground offered as an inducement for the location of the prospective State Normal and Indus trial Institute for colored boys and girls of Tennessee, the bill for which la nrtw nonllncr In T .ori cl o f n ro rrh a 1 tract of land is about one-half mile from town, near the Nashville. Chat tanooga and St. Louis railroad. Hundreds of acres of ground can be bought joining the tract of ten acres at a very reasonable price. w The citizens of Tullahoma held an Educational Mass-Meeting April 1, 1909. Prof. J. W. House acted as chairman. Dr. T. B. Spencer as sec retary. Prof. J. W. House delivered an appropriate address pertaining to this nrosoective Institute, then called upon Prof. W, T. Petty, of Winchester, to deliver an address, which was excel lent. Quite a large number of the citizens of Tullahoma met in this Ed ucational Mass-Meeting. The follow ing citizens made short talks: Messrs. S. R. Jones, W. Farrls, Rev. J. S. Swift and Rev. Wm. Jenkins. The citizens of Tullahoma show their interest for location of the prospective State Nor mal and Industrial Institution in the town of Tullahoma by the offer of the ten acres of ground. RIVERSIDE (CAL) NOTES. Little Loyd Rozell Thomas, the son of Mr. Fred Thomas, formerly of Nash ville but now of California underwent a very serious operation for appendici tis, it was thought the little fellow would die. He is resting well at this writing. MURFREESBORO NOTES. Mrs. Millie A. Todd returned home Thursday from Chicago where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Nan nie L. McLemore. Mesdames J. P. Hickman, J. B Sublett and Miss Johnnie O'Neal at tended Meharry Commencement Thursday. Mrs. Florence Mefford has returned from Enterprise, Fla. Mr. Elmore Bonds spent Sunday In Kirkland. Miss Addie W. Green has returned home from Dayton, Tenn. Miss lanthia Henderson spent Sat urday at Dilton. This city has lost one of its most loved ones, Mrs. Abby Young. She departed this life In Chicago, where she had gone to visit her daughter. Her 111 ness was of short duration and death came as a surprise to her many friends. Cheer up! daughters, sons and kin dred, we shall meet her by and by Meet her where shadows never fal and spirits never die. Let us look to God in sorrow, Who in mercy heals all pain; Kepp sweet memory of our mother 'Till in Heaven we meet again. Doubtless the largest and most en tliusiastlc gathering of the citizens o Murfresshoro for many years occurred at the public Yecention given by the Daughters of Cyrene of the W. P. U A. Association on the 4th Inst. The occasion was the annual visi of Rev. J. N. Watkins. Supreme Grand President, of the W. P. L. A. Associa Hon of America. The working peo pie, the society folks and those repre- senting the professions all turned out en masse to honor one of their noble sons. Since Murfreesboro is the home of Rev. Watkins, and the lodge which so auspiciously honored him is the one in which he began his work with the Association, it was right that he should have begun his series of annual visits here. The meeting was opened by Mrs Augusta Miller, the local president Too much praise can not be said of her for the able and business-like man ner with which she Dresides over the work of the organization. She re counted in glowing terms the work of the Association and urged upon her auditors the necessity of the combin ing of the efforts of the masses and urged that the people give their sup port to all the enterprises conducted by the race. She then introduced Mr. H. C. Chil dress, president of lodge No. 6, who spoke interestingly of the work that ww being done and gave strong em- phasis to the plea for the sfipport of all businesses conducted by colored people. The President aext Introduced Rev. W. Llllard, who introduced the distinguished guest of the evening. Rev. W. Llllard spoke nobly of Rev. Watkins, his long acquaintance with him, his loyalty to his race and the exeat work he has done for the work ins: people. The crowning event came when Rev. w never in better form, and doubt- Iess the most eventful period of his in its work. He referred pathetically to the ten der sare of his mother and said that whatever he had accomplished in life was due her teachings and prayer for his success. There were frequent outbursts of n"kuse as he spoke and at the con cision of his address many were the encomiums given him. The audience arose and sang "Crown Him Lord of All," after which all were Invited to rartake of a delightful menu.. The committee In charge were Mrs. Bertie Coleman, Misses Mary Ramsey, PearI Hayne and Jennie Hancock . MOORESVILLE NOTES. . Miss Lillian Jones attended Easter exercise at Lewisburg Sunday. Messrs. Oliver Baxter and John Brandon were in Lynnvllle last week. Those who attended Easter at Round Hin Sunday were Misses Mat tie Mitchell, Dora Hill, Messrs. John Henry, Robert Moore, Otis Baxter, Dan and Reavis Mitchell and Mrs. ucy Holt Mrs. Amealie Ewing, of this place, has gone to Columbia to reside. Mrs. Maggie Higdon and Mrs. Mary- Record were shopping In Lewisburg Saturday. Miss Bass, of Pulaski, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Baxter. Mesdames Angle Davis and Lessie Waldren are still on the sick list. Misses Anna Mai Braden and Ida Oorden attended services here Sun day. The H. B. S. Society had an In- eresting meeting Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hardison spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bax ter. There will be an entertainment giv en at Mr. Julius Collin s Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Zedoc Hill and chil dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Harris. CEMETERY NOTES. Mr. Charlie Orr Is visiting his pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Orr. Mr. J. D. Williams spent Thursday and Friday in Nashville. Rev. Albert Bedford preached an excellent sermon "on Easter Sunday. Mrs. Euyie McBroom spent Easter with her grandparents. Miss Kittle C. Howse will leave lor Tullahoma to visit her brother, Prof. J. W. Howse. Little Jimmie Haynes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Haynes, is very ill and has been confined to his bed for a week with a stroke of paralysis. Mr. Sidney Shannon la on the sick list. Easter Sunday was appropriately ob served by the pupils of Stones River Sunday-School. An elaborate pro emm was rendered. Rev. J. L. Massev was the guest of Mrs. John Howse Sunday. The ladies are planning to organize n Embroidery Club, which will con sist of the following ladies: Mrs. Irene Haynes, Mrs. Idella Harlan, Miss Ella Mason, Miss Kittie C. Howse, Miss Bessie M. Hugle. Miss Annie Haynes and Mrs. Martha Hutch. Rev J. L. Massey preached an ex- llcnt sermon at Stones River Chapel qnn.lav at 3 o'clock. FAYETTEVILLE NOTES. Mis Addie Wilhoite is the Sunday school teacher at the Missionary Bap tist Church. The Easter program was rendered Sunday at 3 o'clock by Rev. McDonnel and Rev. Johnson. Miss Georgia Martin, Miss Addle Wilhoite, Mr. Hickmon, Mr.Ringgo and Miss Addie Wilhoite were the guests of Miss Georgia Martin Friday. The Easter program of Merrys Chap el was very interesting. Timely re marks were made by Professors Clark, M. D., of Nashville, F. M. Williamson and 'J. A. G. Fulton, Messrs. Clark Pitts, of Cyruston, and Edgar Hick man, of Harms, also were participat ors in the general lectures. . Rev. Brown is rendering good ser vice on the Fayetteville Circuit. The city and district schools had holiday on Good Friday. The city school is preparing pro grams for commencement which will be rendered May 13, 14 and 15th. F. M. Williamson will visit Turner College closing exercises on June the 9th. Rev. N. P. Greggs has returned af ter a short stay with friends and rel atives at McMianville. Prof. C. D. Bright was a pleasent caller at the city school on the 12th and gave a most elaborate lecture on Civil Government. Rev. R. H. Goodloe has been engaged for several days in a services of meet ings at Neals Temple and has had several confessions. Rev. J. M. W. Deshong has returned after visiting Kentucky, Illinois, Ala bama, Ohio and Virginia. Mr. Sam Marshall is now at home for a short stay, having been in Chat tanooga for several months. Mr. Charlie Washington has opened up a nice soda fountain which prom ises to accommodate all. Mr. George Summers, John W. Commons and Jim Bonner are doing good business as merchants. BRIERSVILLE NOTES. A number of people of this place attended the funeral of Mrs. Ann Wilson, of Rock City, last Tuesday, April 13th. Mrs. Julia Webb, of thi3 place, spent a few days with her parents in East Nashville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Luchus Shields, of East Nashville, visted this place last Sunday. Little Miss Estella Phillips had a recitation at Clarks Memorial Church on Easter Sunday. ' Quite an enjoyable day was wit nessed here last Sunday- at the joint Easter services of the A. M. E. and M. E. Churches. An interesting programme was . rendered. Katie Petts read the opening address, Miss Florence Petts was master of ceremo nies and MIs3 Mattie Webb presided at the organ. Miss Janie Yateman and Mrs. Allie Woods each sung a solo. Misses Nettie Walton and Frenchie Shute, of Nashville, sung a duet. The girls in marching into the church, formed a cross and crown' In the cen ter of the floor. Each little one carried a wooden crefcs, representing the cross our Saviour carried up Calvary. Short addresses were made by Rev. L. E. Vincent, of Walden University, and Prof. E. B. Buford, teacher of the public school of this place. The following persons were pres ent from city: Rev. L. E. Vincent, of Walden. Prof. E. B. Buford, of 642 Fogg street, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Walton and little daughter, Nettie, Mr. Van Vincent and son, Robert, of Seventh street, Mrs. James Phillips and sis ter, Mrs. Patience Smith, and little niece, Frenchie Shute, ' of Ramsey street, Mr. Edd Weakley, of Benedict street, and Mr. Walter Tallie, of Seventh street. EBENEZER NOTES. Sunday-school opened Sunday morn ing with a large attendance. The Easter lesson was carefully gone over by the superintendent, pastor and teachers, after which the scene of the crucifixion of our Lord, was carried out by our superintendent, Mr.- Wm, Lusk. and several boys and girls Several selections were sung by the choir. The young ladies of the H. B. Club pave an entertainment and concert last Friday evening. A very interest ing program was rendered which was enloved by all present, after which refreshments were, served. The amount of $5.20 collected went with tho contribution on Easter for the cause of mission. One of the most delightful socia' events was that given by the Alpha Knights Society Wednesday , night A. very interesting program was ren dered bv the members of the Society after which refreshments were served j to a very large number. The funeral services over the re mains of Mr. Jenkins, who died last Monday, were held at this place Wed nesday at 2 o'clock. Mr. Rufus Jen kins was the son of Mr. Nathan Jen kins. He was a faithful church mem ber and father. The services were conducted by Rev. Upshaw and Rev, j Harding, of Hamptons Chapel. The church was crowded wun menus, wno came 10 pay iue iraiTOi. floral offerings were beautiful. Mr. Jenkins leaves seven sons, three daughters, three sisters, two' brothers and many friends to mourn his loss. FRANKLIN 'NOTES. The V. P. C's., a local organization of young men of Franklin, had their annual sermon preached at the First Baptist Church Sunday, the 4th, by Rev. Tom Patton. Mrs. Ida B. Southall was in Nash ville the past week to attend the mar riage of her nephew, Mr. Jefferson Bunch. Mr. John W. Reddick, our popular R. M. S. clerk, who was badly hurt In a wreck at Calera, Ala., a few weeks ago, is slowly improving. Mr. Carrol" Hodge, Wm Flemings, Joe Moore, Arthur Granberry and A. C. Woldridge were in Nashville last week. Mr. Bolding Reddick Is on the sick list. Miss Cynthia House visited Nash ville the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Hughes, of Nash ville, were out the 31st to visit their sister. Miss Hattie May Reams, who has been quite sick at her home on Clai borne Heights, is now much better. Miss Willie Lee Reddick is on the sick list. Miss Blanche Baugh spent a very pleasant night with her grandpa and grandmama the 8th Inst. Mrs. J. D. Woldridge, Dr. R. L. Washington, J. D. Mitchell and Flem Otey visited the sick on Claiborne Heights the past week. Mr. Chas. Webb met with a painful accident the past week by a piece of railroad Iron falling across his back. Mrs. Ella Murrey died in Nashville the Cth and was burled here the 8th, her funeral being preached at the Primitive Baptist Church. Mrs. Drucilla Scott, Amanda Ewlng, Aimee Cook, Martha Woldridge, Caro line Scott, Betsy Eastman, Laura Evans, Tennessee Merrill and Charity Adkinson are on the sick list. Mr. Joe Rodgers, of Louisville, Ky., is here on a visit to his mother, after which he will make his home In Nashville, Tenn. Mr. Morton Thomas was seriously burned by the explosion of a gasoline tank at the home of Mr. II. H. May berry on the 9th Inst. Miss Susie Lee Dobson, of Nashville, is visiting Miss Mary Lou Duiberson. Mrs. Dr. R. L. Washington attended Meharry commencement exercises the past week. Mrs. Emma Demoss spent Thursday with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank Farmer, on Claiborne Heights. Mrs. Jas. P. Campbell and daughter, Altha J., spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Margrett North. Mrs. John North, Miss Alice C. Otey, Fannie H. Southall, Sadie Murdic and Ethel Merrill spent a very pleasant evening with Mrs. Chas. Webb the 10th inst. Miss Elma Brown and Willie Free man Stone, of Columbia, visited Miss Mildred Church last week. Miss Mattie B. Johnson visited her uncle. John W. Reddick, and grand mother, Mrs. Maria Reddick, the past week. Mr. Lytle WImes, of Nashville, was out Sunday to see his brother, Mr. Randal - Whitfield, who Is now very 111. Miss Sam Ella Gipson spent Friday evening with Mr. Randal Whitfield. Little Johnnie Ellen Whitfield spent Friday night with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Whitfield. Rev. D. W. mnford preached the Easter sermon of I. 0. I. Lodge and Queen Esther's Court at M. E. Church Sunday at 2:30 p. m. to a large crowd. SMYRNA NOTES. The Mt. Zion Baptist Church ac cepted an Invitation from the M. E. Church to assist ,thenr in the program last Sunday ' afternoon. A good col lection was taken for missions. The speaker of the occasion was Mr. Hayes, student of Walden University and an old friend and associate of Rev. Mr. Florer, the pastor. Quite a number of visitors from Nashville were here Sunday. Among whom were Mlssea Baltimore and Howse, of Fifth Avenue Church, Mesdames R. Cannon, B. Rucker, K. D. Shane, Miss Hattie Ferguson, Estella Norman, J. M. Bowen and Anna Cannon. The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Gooch,. who died in Arkansas a few weeks ago, a member of the Sand Hill Primi tive Baptist Church, will be preached from that church next Sunday. Be sure and be out to Elders Chapel M. E. Church Saturday night, May 1st, and see Raffles.. Let us see who will be the one to find the Mister Raf fles. A prize will be given to the one finding Raffles and using the right vu.rk. Now think what are these words. Big Rally and Basket dinner. Suits Tailored to Order TERMS: CASH OR CREDIT Qy V. WILLIAMS 41 1 Commerce Street When you want your clothe9 tailored come and see. He will treat you right.