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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1909.
BLOT OCT 101 1! IMS! ) BESOLU: Ell fit MY TO 1.0 Bl.TTIK THK ABOVE IS OIK 3101 10. ISAIAH SMITH, JR. I10USK 1MLNTKK AM) COXTKAlTOU IF YOU AllE SOT OXE OF OVll CUSTOMERS HE ONE. 1 TELEPHONE, 131) HEM LUC K 1801 ClIUliCH JsTKEET, NAMLVlLi.E, TENNESSEE. E 282 FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY We will take great pleasure in .showing them to you. We give espfccial attention to children's shoes. Give us a call and you will receive courteous treatment. Hn, Cooper & Geary, 221-223 FiftfcAve. TKl IARCIST KLTAIL SHOE STORf IN lilt SOUTH. OUT OF TOWN NOTES. SOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES. Last Sunday was a great day with our town. At 11 a. m. a rally known as Shingle Day came off at the A. M. E. Church, Rev. D. S. Ransaw, pastor. At 2 o'clock p. m. the secret Order known as the U. B. F. and S. M. F.'s with their juveniles held their second anniversary of the of the A. M. E. Zion Church, Rev. Mr. Lindsey, pastor. The house was taxed to its utmost seating capacity. At night the sev enth anniversary of the pastor of the Baptist Church, Rev. Mr. Simmons, was celebrated. All of these were well attended. Mrs. A. F. Shockley, of Jasper, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lightr foot last week. Dr. W. J. Astrapp has returned from Mississippi and is busy with this practice this week. Those who are Bick: Miss Willie Barnes, Mrs. Han cock, Mrs. Bettie Hightower, Mrs. Joe McMahan and Mrs. Lucretia Barnes. Those who are convalescent are: Mrs. Eva Mack and Mr. Jasper Mat thews. Those who have died since our last report: Mrs. Candas Price, age 76 years; Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Moore. Prof. F. C. Greer, of Jasper, was the guest of Miss J. A. Lightfoot last Sunday. ' was given for them by the young men of the city, but arranged by Mrs. EJ nora J. Work Sango. The club rooms were beautifully decorated and the as sembly was a brilliant one. -The su perb reception room was thrown open for the reception of the guests. The guests were received by Mesdames Martha Brown, T. J. Elliot and Miss Lula McCullough and as each guest ar rived they were presented to the honorees. Mesdames Scott, Brown and Myrtle Todd kept register. The honorees looked more than lovly In Ihpir p-vonisitp. enwnei and neve? b?' fore has Muskogee seen such hand somely dressed ladies. The reception was from 9 to 10; then all passed from the reception-room to the ball room. A programme of the latest dances was carried out, and all en- J joyed themselves until a late hour. Much praise and credit was given to Mrs. Sango for the beautifully arrange ment of the dance. Misses Wells and Hughes' stay will be one long scene of brilliant enjoyment. our CANEY SPRINGS NOTES. The health of the people in midst is generally good. Brother Phad Hatten baptized quite a number at Cedar Grove on the last second Sunday. Rev. Valentine filled the pulpit at 7:30 p. m., selecting for his text Mat thew 13:4. i j W. S. THOMPSON, Grand Secretary. hearers. He preached an eloquent sermon. His text was "Know Thy self." We are going to have ' a dry land rally on the second Sunday in July. The preachers of the day will be Rev. S. A. Thompson, Rev. J. B. August and Rev. D. H. Huggins and two other brothers from Mt. Pleasant. All pastors and congregations are cor dially invfted. FARMINGTON NOTES. The Children's Day program of the Methodist Episcopal Church was ren dered June 20, in the absence of the pastor, Rev. R. A. Dowell, which was of high type. The program was car ried out in full. Many interesting pieces were rendered. Some of the in teresting irteces were that of motion song and twenty-four flags represent ing twenty-four nationalities. Music was rendered by Mr. Oneal and an un usually large crowd was present. There were distinguished guests from Lewisburg and Shelbyvflle. Mrs. Z. Bowem and Mrs. John Winston spared no pains in making this one of the grandest features ever had in this place on Children's Day. The church was beautifully decorated. Collection was good. After finishing a hard examination Miss. Willie Magnolia Ready served ices at her home, teachers were present: Sanders, Brewer and Potter, Knight and Womack. Miss Willie Ready Murfreesboro Wednesday, where will attend the Institute. The following Misses Gaither, Webb, Messrs. Rev. L. R. will leave for she CEMETERY NOTES. Miss Bessie M. Hugle, of this place, is visiting the city. Rev. L. W. Florer and J. L. Massey addressed the Y. P. C. on last Sunday. Rev. J. L. Massey delivered, an excel lent sermon. Mrs. E. McBroom was the guest of her grandma recently. Mrs. John Hugle is recovering slow- Mrs. Jim Vaughter was the guest of her mother, Mrs. King Jimson. Little Lizzie Crouse is on the sick list. Miss Alice Winrow was the guest of Miss Abigail Hugle on last evening. Mrs. James Rucker is better. LEWISBURG NOTES. The Third Quarterly Conference of the Lewisburg Circuit of the A. M. E. Church convened in Allen Bethel A. M. E. Church July 12, 1909. Rev. H. L. P. Jones, Presiding Elder, presid ing; G. W. Hodge.pastor. The Pre ssing Elder introduced the opening service. The Conference was then or ganized and the following officers: Mi?s Netho Copeand, Secretary; Mrs. Florence Mayberry. Assistant Secretary; Mrs. M. G. Woods. Reporter to Church papers; W. M. Collins, Treasurer; Joe Hurt, Oddie Hurt, J. H. Copeland, Conference Finance Com mittee. The reports from the several Boards were read and adopted. Sunday was a day of Spiritual feast ing. The Presiding Elder filled the pulpit at 11 o'clock and at night. Sun day morning the speaker was at his best. The glory of God seemed to fill the house, tears in every eye and joy in every heart The ordinance of bap tism was administered to six persons. And the sacrament of the Lord's sup per was distributed to many by the Presiding Elder. At night the speak er preached to an overwhelming con gregation. The sermon was full of spirit, power, logic, and enthusiasm. The summary report of the Lewisburg i j j ' " 1 -1, '. . .: . ... i i 1 .'. . t " . I , 3 - . I . V ' ! . - . ...... -. ' i W .':- -v., " ' " - - . .. MRS. ROZETTA E. HOWARD. Mrs. Rozetta E. Howard, of Chicago, 111., whrt read a paper before the Sunday-school Congress, subject, "The Necessity of Having Trained Teachers in, the Primary Department." Mrs. Howard has been superintendent of the primary department for eleven years at the Ebenezer Baptist Church, Circuit for the third Quarter ending: ! Thirty-first and Dearborn streets. Mrs. Hatchet, of Bridgeport, Ala., visited the Lightfoot family here last week. A number of delegates and members of the A. F; and A. Masonic Fraternity left Monday morning to attend their Annual Grand Lodge In Nashville this week. Stewards $51 75 Stewardess 7 50 Dan. of Conference 10 15 Allenites 5 00 Quarterage 39 25 Total ,$113 65 Trustees 11&00 Missions 10 00 FOR RENT A Six-Itoom IJrick Cotlage, 13") Tuurtpcntk Avrnue, N. v Applj 131 Fourteenth Arena, North, or PHONE MAUN 4615 Y. urer, Rev. J. Harrison; Superintend ent of Junior League, Mrs. E. A. Cul lom. Friday afternoon the convention was entertained at the beautiful resi dence of Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Gravelly. A two;course menu was served. Those present were Rev. J. P. Price, Miss L. V. West, of Martin; Prof. G. R. B. Waters, of Nashville; Mrs. E. A. Cul lom, of Nashville; Rev. R. A. Dowell, of Lewisburg; Rev. J. A. W. Moore, of Mansfield; Rev. II. B. Belcher, of Hartsfield; Miss Travis, of Spring ville; Rev. M. Williams, of Martin; Rev. E. J. Guthrie, of Nashville, Mr. Wm. -Thomas, of Nashville; Rev. B. F. Anderson, of Nashville; Rev. L. M. Moores, of Dickson; Rev. S. H. Utley, of Nashville; Rev. J. M. Lyte, of Hum bolt; Mrs. John Wilson, of Dickson; Mrs. John Deshazer, of Dickson; Mrs. Hudson, of Dickson; Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Gravelly, Prof. Bell, of Dickson. Grand total $241 65 ENTERTAINED AT MUSKOGEE, OKLA. Muskogee's exclusive set turned cut in full at the Elk's Club to meet Misses Lizzie Wells and Tennle L. Hughes, of Nashville, Tenn. A danoe Mr. Pete McLean, of Lilliard'g mills, died a few days ago from a stroke of paralysis and was burled on the 14th. He leaves a wife, two children and soveral grandchildren to mourn his loss. . Prof. J. M. Baker, one of our former teachers, who wa3 forced to quit teaching five years ago on aecomt of ill health, has accepted the school at Caney Springs. Rev. Buford, of Kentucky, passed through out midst en route to Colum bia and preached for us on Wednesday night. He had quite a number of SADLERSVILLE NOTES. Everything in this neighborhood is tew looking towara tne Dig picnic, barbecue and corner stone laying rally that will take place at St. Paul C. M. E. Church on Saturday and Sunday, June 26 and 27th. v Dr. E. D. Burns, M. D., of Guthrie, Ky., spent the afternoon with Rev. W. Conway Smith and took tea with him at his boarding place, the home of Mrs. Georgia Ann Atkins, on last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Llllie Usury and Mrs. Everllne Fentress, of Erin, Tenn., epent last Monday at the home of Mrs. Lucy Cross and left that night for Erin. They had been on a ten days' outing visiting Nashville and other points. The carpenters are putting forth every effort to nave ,tne St. raui u. M. E. Church completed for the rally oft Sunday, June 27th. Mr. Billy Clark and ElBert McGee attended the Grand Lodge A. F. and A. M. at Nashville last week. Rev. R. B. Polk held quarterly meet ing at Goodlettsvfile last Sunday and went to Nashville Monday to attend the Grand Lodge A. F. and A. M. We are having o deal of rain in this neighborhood, which has greatly retarded the program of the farmers with thetr crops. WOODBURY NOTES. Miss Willie Ready retaraed Borne from school at Turner Normal last Wednesday. The local association had their an nual sermon Sunday, June 13, preached by Rev. H. C. Caruthers. There were several distinguished Visitors from Murfreeeboro, among whlcb were Prof. The annual institute of Cannon Counti convened Monday, June 14 condscted by Prof. J. L. Barton, prln clpal of Woodbury High School. Miss Fannie A. Sanders, of Mur fresborG, was the guest of Miss Willie M. Ready. Mrs. Minnie Johnson has Just re turned from a long visit to her mother in houlsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Mabel Williams, of Columbia, is visiting her parents, Rev. and Mis, Wm. Ready. one is a Tennessean by birth, but has not lived in Nashville for twenty years. Her interest in the recent re ligious gathering shows her ability in the primary department. COLUMBIA NOTES. Miss Mildred Dillard arrived home last week from Decatur; Ala., where she has been teaching in the city schools for the last ten months. Miss Agnes P. Hampton is here vi3- tlng friends. Miss Eddie Slaten Davis, of Atlanta, Ga., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Slaten. Mr. Wm. Davis left last week for Bon Aqua Springs. The Columbia Verdi Chorus Com pany entertamea at uiaae street a. E. Church Monday night, June 21, with a muslcale under the manage ment of Mr. L. H. Gilmore. The Maury County Teachers Insti- aute is in scission and largely attended. Miss Lula Williams, who has been attending Fi& University, is visiting relatives here. Quite a number of Masons and East ern Star Ladies are in Nashville this week tending the Grand Lodge Ses sion. Among thetn are Mrs. Rattle WIngfleld, Mrs. Joyee, Rev. Lawrence, Prof, and Mrs, J. H. Kelly. Mrs. Lizzie Vorhees, of East Sev enth street, who has been tulte sick, s much better. DICKSON NOTES. The Teaaessee Conference Ep worth Lrtue Convention met here on km 16th. President Rev. E. J. Guthrie presiding. Rev. R. A. Dowell was elected Secretary and Mrs. Excle JL Cullom Assistant Secretary. Welcome addresses were delivered on the first night by the followto: Dr. .Torrey, of M. E. Church; Dr. Brinkley, of Bap tist Church; Rev. S. IL Uttey, Mr. John Wilsfon, Dr. E. R. Gravelly, Misses Clara Peters and Buelah Suggs. Responses by Revs, J. M. Lyte, J. A. W. Moore," B. F. Anderson, J. P. Price, Mrs. E. A. Cullom and Miss L. V. West, of Martin. Papers were read on the different subjects and were highly complimented. How can the League help the church spiritually, Misses Lizzie V. West, of Martin; Mary W. Dortch, of Paris. How can the League help the church socially? Mrs. Excle A. Cullom. The officers for the next year were elected as follows: Rev. E. J. Guthrie, President; Rev. J. P. Price, First Vice-Presldent; Rev. B. F. Anderses, Second .Vice-President; Miles Wil llam3, Third Vice-President; Rev. L. M. Moores, Fourth Vice-President; Secretary, Rev. R. A. Dowell; Treas- CLARKSVILLE NOTES. Mrs A. E. Greenlaw, of Reglna, Cnnada, who has been at the infirmary the past two weeks is now up and out Prof. A. E. Greenlaw, her hus band, is all emiles It is a girl. Mr. Wm. Crisp, who has been very ill the past three weeks, Is improv ing. " We are glad to see Mr. J. H. Thomp kinis, the postman, who has been ill for a week, again at his post of duty. Mr. Dunscombe, of California, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Eivelyn Rob erts. ' Miss Mattie Owens, of Chattanooga, made a flying trip to this city last week visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thompklns, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sncrden, Mrs. L. L. Ferguson are ar ranging to spend a part of the sum mer at Dawson Springs, Ky. Mrs. Lena Cole, of French Lick, Ind., has been visiting relatives in the city for a couple of weeks. Her husband, Mr. Tom Cole, ran down to pay her a visit last Sunday. Walter Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grant, of Poston street, who returned home from Flsk University where he has spent a year, Is suffering with typhoid fever. Revs. Goodall and Seymour, have returned from the National Baptist Young People's Congress held in Nashville. ' The Misses Sophie and Katie Mer riweather, with many others whose names have not been given, attended the National" Baptist Congress in Nashville. Miss Ida U. Woodard, of Pegram, Tenn., is the guest of Miss Eulalle Shelton, of Main street, this week. Mr. H. R. Merry, of the City High School, who was recently elected to teach the High School Department, attended the Alumni Association of his Alma Mater, Fisk University, last week. Dr.RobtT. Burt has Just returned from Nashville, where the fifth annual session of the State Medical Associa tion was held. The last Sunday's American has this to say about the session: "What was perhaps the best meeting in the State Association of Colored Physicians, Pharmacists and Surgeons was due in a large measure to the active interest displayed by President Robt. T. Burt, M. D., of Clarksville." Mrs. Hugh' Redmond, of Chicago, Is visiting relatives in the city. Mrs. Robt. Outlaw, of Chicago, is now in the city, bringing her daugh ter, Robbie, with a nope of improving her health. Dr. R. L. Redmond is all smiles this week, his wife has Jast arrived. Mr. Ed. Breaddus is still very ill at his home. The Twentieth Century Lodge K. ef P. No. 15, elected offloers last Thurs day night All officers were almost unanimously elected by acclamation. Mr. J. H. QuarleBj C. C; Prof. W. P. Irvine, Vice C; Mr. Chas. Summers, Master at Arms; Dr. S. Jefferson, Master of Works; Mr. Cbais Hudson, Prelate; Mr. L. L. Ferguson, Trustee; Dr. R. T. Burt, Banking Committee. Miss Birdie Garrott, who has Just completed her Nurse Training course at Normal, Ala., is now in the city. Mr. John Moore, of Hopkinsville, Is the guest of Mrs. J. H. Thompklns this week. There was a grand musical and lit erary entertainment given at St. John's Baptist Church last Friday night and a very .pleasing' program was rendered. What proved to be one of the most unique and enjoyable entertainments of the season, was one given by Miss Eulalle Shelton at the residence of Mrs. Deamie Harris last Friday night, in honor of Miss Ida U. Woodard, of Pegram, Tenn., her guest, and her uncle, Mr. Alfred Wlmberly, of Chica go, 111. Enjoyable, not so much for