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c THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1909. CLOT OCT 1 (U K PAST MP RESOLVE ElHil MV TO DO BETTER TDK ABOTK IS OUC SOTTO. ISAIAH SMITH, JR. HOUSE PALXTEK AM) COXTKA:TUK IF YOF JRE XOT OXE OF OUR CUSTOMERS RF. OXE. TELEPHONE, 139 HEMLOCK ISOI nU'KCH STKEET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY We will take great pleasure in showing them t0 you 5 2ive especial attention to children's v .- ,uj a uii ano you win receive courteous treatment. KuIm, CoopeTl Gear, 221-223 FifthAve. , Ncrth. '"Tfiff""1 OUT OF TOWN NOTES J SIent Saturday and Sunday wIth Mrs- 'I Mary Lou and Lou A. Holbert at Ce- dar Grove. i EAST SHELBYVILLE NOTES. Sunday, July 4th. will be a great Mrs. Annie Nichells and children, day at C. C. A. M. E. Church. A bas of Quincy, 111., are visiting her mother j ket dinner will be spread and Bishop and sister, Mrs. Harriett Davis and A. P. Parks is expected to be present. Mrs. Dr. Key. Miss Annie L. Frazier, who has been on the sick list for six months, died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Polk Frazier, Thursday. Annie was just in the bloom of life. She was highly esteemed and loved by all who knew her; she was modest and quiet; she leaves a mother, fath er, only one sister five brothers Quite an elaborate program is being prepared. Dr. and Mrs. Win. A. Lewis are highly elated over a fine baby boy, "Little Jones Pleasant Lewis." Rev. W. N. Deberry, of Springfield, Mass., was the guest of his wife's pa rents three days last week. Quite a number of Masons from this place attended the Masonic Con and a host of friends. While it is our I vention last week at Nashville, and loss it is heaven's gain. We can only among those were Prof. A. T. Hill and say, "Sleep on Annie, we will soon meet you." A loving one from us has gone, A voice we loved Is still; A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled. Mr. and Mrs. John Holnian, of Tul lahoma, were called to the funeral of his sister-in-law Thursday. Messrs. John Robert, Horace Fra iler and wife, of Nashville, were called to the bedside of their dying sister, Miss Annie Frazier, Thursday. Mrs. L. J. Gray and Mrs. M. L. Orr called to see Mrs. Annie Nichells Saturday. T. P. Turner, Messrs. Jno. Maxwell, Jno. Fuqua and Murphy Swift. Mrs. A. T. Morrell was called to the bedside of her niece, Mrs. Mollie at Odd Fellows Hall, on account of a little accident that happened to her. Mrs. A. G. Hammonds, the gifted elo cutionist, and elocution teacher at Walden University, of Nashville, Tenn., was the guest of Mrs. M. A. Bridgeforth while in the city. She al so recited at the Teachers' Institute while here, which was enjoyed by all. A big picnic and ball game will be given at the Amusement Park Satur day, July 3rd. Lewisburg and Pulas ki will pull off the game of the sea son. Jno. Abernathy and Henry Ed ings are general managers. The Giles County Negro Fair Asso ciation is in a most prosperous con- : dition and will hold its fourth annual Jfair this fall. The program will be CLARKSVILLE NOTES. Miss Mamie and Elizabeth Grant have returned to the city for the sum mer, both having completed the Nor mal Course at Fisk Univeisity. Mrs. Bettie West continues very ill at the home of her sister on Ninth street. Messrs. N. Dixon, D. W. Wynn and N. R. Kimbro have returned from Nashville, where they attended the meeting of the Grand Lodge. Dr. E. S. Randals spent Thursday in Nashville last week. The death of Mr. Edward Broaddus occurred last Saturday morning at five o'clock. He was a well-known young business man of the city and all his many friends deeply deplore his loss. The funeral services were con ducted at St. Peters A. M. E. Church by Rev. C. H. Boone. The Interment was at Golden Hill cemetery. Mr. Walter Grant continues to Im prove, and it is hoped will soon be out again. Dr. L. R. Redman spent Sunday in Nashville, Mrs. Buckner, of Hopkinsville, Ky.( is the guest of Miss Janie Barksdale this week. Miss Lula Kisee left last Saturday night for Chicago, 111. Mr. Chas. Barksdale, of Birming ham, Ala., passed through this city Friday on his way South. ralii at the Quality Store llf EQUAL TO TAILOR-HADE Most people find it hard to get together at one time the price of fist-class clothing. Under our CREDIT PLAN you buy the best Hen's, Doys', Children's SUITS AND v OVERCOATS, LADIES' SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS YOU ONLY PAY $1.00 PER WEEK OR $5.00 1 PER LI0IITI1 X L. Our guarantee to keep your suit in repair for 12 months Is sufficient proof that only the best materials go Into our garments. Cash or credit is all the same to us as industrious people pay their debts. MONARCH CLOTHING CO., 403 CHURCH ST. Opposite Maxwell House. J. P. PORTER, Nashville, Grand Outer Guard. CENTERVILLE NOTES. Rev. B. Dobbin spent last week at his ; home, Erin, Tenn., visiting his family. s The A. M. E. Church gave a rally s announced in the near future. The Sunday for the purpose of rebuilding ! following members compose the or- the church. A nice sum was raised. 1 ganization : N. N. Reynolds, Presi The rally will be continued Rev.' A. C. Smith, of East Center ville Circuit filled the pulpit at the A. M. E. Church Sunday. He preached a very strong sermon on temperance. Plans for the entertaining of the District Conference, which wttl be here In July, are being rapidly made. All expect a grand time. I Prof, and Mrs. T. J. Clinisson en tertained Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Haler bufton.'of Dean Switch, Sunday. Miss Alberta Walker spent last week visiting Miss Ethel Duberry, of Pine Woods. Mr. Chas. Whiteside ha3 just re turned from the session of the Grand Lodge of A. F. & A. Masons, which convened In Nashville last week. He reports a successful trip. Mr. Henry Mitchell, of Aliens Creek, visited friends in Centerville last week. ' John Hurt, the popular tailor, has Just Installed a telephone and had his place of business repaired. dent; B. H. Morrell, Secretary; Jno Fuqua, Treasurer; 8. S. Jordan, w. R. Gee,' Potter Brown, Tom Hester, J. T. Bridgeforth, Finch Ballentlne. Prof. Geo. F. Hill left the city a fe,w days ago for Nashville, Tenn. Rev. T. J. Goodall has returned rom Chattanooga, Tenn. Miss Alma Harris left Saturday morning for Jackson, Tenn., and other points. Miss Ruby Overton, Rev. E. M. Seymour, Miss Ruth Garnett, Miss 211a Wells and Miss Cora Everett have returned rrom cnattanooga, Tenn, where they attended the Sun day-school and B. Y. P. U. Conventions. Dr.. and Mrs. C. A. Kelly have re turned" from Nashville. Dr. Kelly was made Grand Senior Warden of the Masons of Tennessee, and Mrs. Kelly Honored Grand Secretary of the Ex celsior Chapter of the Eastern- Star. The Negro Business League held a very profitable meeting last Wednes day night. PULASKI NOTES The Giles County Institute closed last week. .Quite a number of teach ers were in attendance. The Insti tute was conducted by Profs. J. W. Brown, II. H. Thompson, J. T. Bridge forth, E. S. Rose and G. T. Buford. Miss Bettie Rose and Miss Eva Mae Carter. Much interest was manifested in both faculty and teachers. Several prominent men visited the Institute. Among those were Rev. W. N. Deber ry, of Springfield, Mass. Mr. N. N. Reynolds has retkrned to the city after a three months' tour over the State lecturing in the inter est of Court of Calanthe. Mrs. Mary F. Utley, of 11 North Hill strwt. is visiting her parents, Ml and Mrs. Gabriel McKissack, and friends Miss Ethel Merrill, of Franklin, Is the" guest of Miss Lizzie Mae Black, of West End. Miss Ellen TJpshaw and Birdie House MT. PLEASANT NOTES. Mr. D. A. Joyce la prepared to furnish you delicious meals at all hours. Miss Sadie Harlan, of Alabama, will visit her sister, Mrs. Wm. 'Boddie, Jr., in July. Dr. J. C. Lowe and wife have with them their nephew and attractive lit tle niece, of Jackson, Tenn. Mr. A. P. Smith can supply you with a refreshing soda drink or ice cream these warm days. The rainy weather has made our town look quite green. Gardens are abundant with vegetables and yards are fragrant with flowers. Rev. J. R. Milton is away for ten days on an evangelistic trip. Mrs. Pearl McLaurine left Monday to join her husband at Frenck Lick, Ind. As you have quite a number of sub scribers in this place, and we read with so much pleasure of our friends at other places, it may be that some of them would like to hear a little something of us. We look forward, to the end of each week with delight when our welcome visitor, The Nash ville Globe arrives. The Jones Chapel Sunday-schoo picnic is to come oft on Saturday July 10th, A grand time is antici pated. Mrs. Frank Tellers is still on the sick list. Miss Ocle.W. Jordan is at home to spend her vacation. She is one of Turner Normal's brilliant students Mrs. E. D. Anderson, of Louisville Ky., and Miss Gladys Anderson, 0 Chicago, are expected soon, and wil be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Whitfield. last Sunday, while laying the corner stone. Total amount raised in the corner stone rally last Sunday at St. Paul C. M. E. Church was $154.21.' Rev. W. Conway Smith spent two days at 1405 Jackson street, Nashville, his home, last week. The new St. Paul C. M. E. Church will be completed in' the next ten days and the re-opening: will be sometime the last of the month. Rev. W. Conway Smith left for Edgoten, Ky., where he will, conduct a big rally at Bethel' C. M. E. Church on the 4th inst. Mrs. Inez Carr spent a day or two at home last week and returned to Nashville last Monday morning to complete the last week of the Insti tute work. FOR, RENT A Six-Uoom Brick Cottage, 133 Fourteenth Avenne, N. Apply 131 Fourteenth Arenue, North, or PHONE MAIN 4C515 Y. m KELLER SHOE HOSPITAL Shoes relieved of all complaints on short notice We solicit your patronage. 424 Jo Johnson Avenue. was- accidentally shot some days ago, Is convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. George Wpmack leave this week for Pueblo. Col.., to make it their home; we regret to- lose such good: citizens. Th.e A. M. E. Zion Quarterly meet- SOUTH PITTSBUHC NOTES.. Dr. E. T.. Fields,, of Chattanooga,. was here last Saturday. Every other j wm be here - ' The A. M. E. District Conference will convene here on the 7th inst Misa Vinnie Smith is visiting her Saturday is his day here. All those who attended the A. F. and. A. M. Fraternity's Grand Lodge at Nashville have returned and report a grandmother and aunt at Jasper this week.. The CTty Board of. Education has SHELBYVILLE NOTES. Miss Lillian L. Hampton and Mr. Robert Parham were married at the C. M. E. Church on the 24th of last month- Mr. Alexander Bryant was the groom's man and Miss Mary Char otte Garth was the bride s maid Quite an appreciative crowd turned out to witness this enjoyable occasion. The wedding reception was served at the home of Mr, arid Mrs. John Hamp ton, the father ; and , mother of the bride. Only the selected irienas were present at the reception. The bride and groom left on the morning" of the 25th of June over the L. & N. K, R for Evansville, Ind., where they will EDend their honeymoon. Mr. Parham Is quite an energetic and church-loving young man. Mrs. H.XE. Smith, of 1405 Jackson street, Nashville, Tenn., attended the big corner-stone rally at Sadlersville last week, and spent several days visiting the members of Sadlersville. Mrs. H. E. Smith is the wife of Rev. W. Conway Smith, D. D the pastor at Sadlersville. ' ' Rev. R. A. Kirk, D. D., pastor of Liberty C. M. E. Church, Jackson, Tenn., preached at St. Paul C. M. E. Church last Sunday night. Rev.' Thomas Carr, formerly pastor of the Bantist Church,. Topoka, Kan., spent a night with Rev. V. Con way Smith last week. Prof. Simon Farmer and his wift, Mrs. Mary Fanner, of Adams,' Tenn., vtcHod tho hlcr rallv at the C. M. E. 1 vv -n m Church here last Sunday. Mr. O. Edwards, of Springfield, Tenn.. District Deputy. A. F. and A M. conducted the corner-stone cere- imnnT fnr the Friendship Lodge A. f, I and A. M. of St. Paul C. M. E. Church good time generally. The men were: . XTrtor T T .Vf tPlwAvf T T fin mtvilnvn ' A AT rrr Itia Ol 1 ttt arts? Cam rw The ladies were: Mesdames S. E. OU-Z.TJ."Z ' 00 Llu er,. L Lane and Janie Staples. i U1 TOlorea cuy 81- Mrs. J. J. McElroy spent last week- in Chattanooga in attendance at the; CULLEOKA NOTES. B. Y. P. U. Convention. ; Miss Ella M. Hunt spent last week Dr. W. A. Holmes, from Nashville, in. CoJambia attending the Maury is here this week and is the guest of County Teachers' Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Carrot Hawkins. The! Mrs. Amanda Hughs is much im- Doctor's visit is a prospective one. proved at this writing. She was out We-hope that he will decide to locate for a drive Sunday evening. here. . L Mr. Frank Harris, Mr. Jamee Har. Miss Janie A Ligfitfoot is on the risi. Mrs. Mary Ford and Miss Ella sick list this week. M. Hunt spent Sunday in Lynnvllle. The Children's Day exercises at the j They, attended service at Rer.. H. H. JL. M. E. Church were held at night j Braden's church, where they enjoyed and was very good! a delightful basket dinner. Rev. M. The Grand Rally at the First Bap-1 C: Skillern preached an excellent ser- tist Church last Sunday was a sue- mon Sunday; they, also rendered a eess. Miss Addie Gaines and , Miss abort program in the afternoon. v Emma Lane were the contestants; j Mr. Ben Abernathy. Jr., after spend the former won.. ' ; ing a few months in Kentucky, has re- Mr. Ed. Foster died suddenly at the turned and resumed hie work in the Stove Foundeiry last Saturday night, restaurant The young, man from Retro, who Mrs. Martha Taylor, of Columbia, ia 1- : ; . .'J r s 7. V. ! 1 B. J. FARNANDlS, Memphis, President Endowment Board.