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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1910. OUT OF TOWN NOTES. COLUMBIA NOTES. Mre. I. H. Hampton is here visit ing relatives, having just complete! a successful year's work at Roger Williams University. She is on her way to her home In Fayettevillc. Mrs. Caroline Moore has returned from Chicago, 111. Mrs. Emma Lee Thompson left Tuesday, 24th, for Shelbyville, where she will join her husband, Mr. W. L. Thompson. From there they go to Virginia, where he has accepted a position in the industrial school. Rev. S .L. Howard is in Clarksville this week. SOCIETY is BADGES All Styles and Prices- MEMBER' u''. l. ' i H: - a, . p.- -j 'fr ;:' -'V.-V','.; - 1' .....r,t-.. . !. . v .i t .r pilosis Mr. Ed. Birdsong, of Nashville, visiting relatives here. Mrs. Rosa Green's school will close this week at Lot's Chapel. Miss Maggie Green is visiting in Pulaski the guest of Mrs. Stella Branilette, Mrs. Hattie Fleming, Miss Amanda Trotter, Messrs. W. D. Whitley and Ed Drake, of Nashville, spent Sun day in ,the city. While the Fisk ball team was here last week, they were entertained at dinner by Miss Maggie Green. She was assisted by Mrs. Robert Green. Mr. W: Lee Miller is here mingling among old friends and home folks. Mrs. Lizzie McConnico, of Gravel Hill, is visiting her sister, Miss Mary Bradshaw, North Glade street. A very interesting program was rendered at. the Presbyterian Church May 18th, under the management of Mrs. Lcnora Kieth, assisted by Miss Ella Collins. Prof. Innman, of Lebanon, was here- last week. CHAPEL HILL f.OTES. Mrs. Lula Jordan, Miss F. L. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Otha Smith were the guests at Mt. Vernon Baptist Church Sunday. Mr. Jordan McCord is home from Nashville for a few days. Miss Anna V. McLean died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs John McLean, Tuesday, May 17, after a brief illness. Anna was the only daughter and her death is a heavy blow to the family. She had a cheer ful, sunny disposition, though very vouns. and she had a host of friends who mourn for her. At home there is a vacant chair; at school and Sun day-school her seat will be vacant; her snace in the community will oe empty and her death implored; but we must bow in humble submission to the will of the allwise Father who, seeing the end from the beginning, makes no mistakes, , Sunday was the annual May rally day at Vernon. Rev. Butler preached two interesting sermons; one at elev en o'clock and evening service. Din ner was served on the grounds ana the maiority of worshippers spent the day on the grounds. The collec tion was fine. Rev. Tom Story was called f.om his home Shelbyville, Sunday to preach the memorial service of Mr. Tobe Pucket. Mr. Henrv Johnson, from Eagle- ille, was at Chapel Hill Sunday. Mr. Felix Snell was Miss Lula Batfs guest Sunday afternoon. 10c are prepared to make all kinds of badges for, so cieties and associations a prices that are as reason able as can be had any-1 wnere. x are made of the besl satin ribbon, stamped with pure gold leaf and trim- med with imported gold bullion lrin.ee. -jj Write us for prices and specifications statin?; the number of badges you want. ( A(5iirvss Nolto! Baptist Publishing Boar K. II. BOYD, Sec'y. : ;.t Second Ave, K NASKYBlf. TFMY CENTERVILLE NOTES. This is commencement week at Centerville Preparatory School and everything if in its gala attire, lhe annual sermon was preached on Mon day night by Dr. T. W. Johnson, oas tor of Clark's Memorial, Nashville. He nreaehed from rrov. is:4, a man that hath friends must show himself friendly: and there is a friend that aticketh closer than a brother." lis subject was "Friendship." No stronger plea for friendship and union .etween mother and daughter, fattier and son, husband and wife, teacher and pupil could have been made. He easily sustained his reputation as a pulpit orator. Dr. Johnson left Tues day for Nashville. A small sized panic was created in the church a few minutes before the close of the service. The home of Mr. Joe Walker, a few yards in the rear of the church, caught fire and was in a light blaze when discovered. Owing to the large number of men at the church, the fire was soon ex tinguished with only small damages to an organ and a machine. The fire was of unknown origin. Mrs. Mattie Russell spent Saturday and Sunday visiting friends at Nun-nelly. Mrs. Hattie Hurt is visiting friends t Mt. Pleasant. Mrs. R. M. Walker and little son, of Gordonburg, arc visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. Alonzo Lumpkin, of Reeves, Tonn., is visiting here. Every one is getting ready for the Summer Normal which will begin June 6th. Prof. M. C. Jones will leave on the Steamer Kentucky for Erin, Tenn., to be gone about ten days. Miss Lillian Jones Is on the sick list this week. HILARY E.HOWSE. PHONE. MAIN lOSf NEELYSVILLE NOTES. Miss Ethel Thomas spent last Sun day night with Miss Essie Hudson, of East Neelyville. Mr. Chester Walker, of Hoxie, Ark., spent last Wednesday in Neelyville visiting his brother and sister. Mrs. R. L. Brown is very sick at this writing. The E. W. S. Hammond Rhetorical Club, of the Neelyville Training School, will render a program in the near future at Mosaic Hall. Quite a number of young people spent a very pleasant time at tae home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rainy last Saturday evening at a birthday party given in honor of Miss Emma Millon. Mrs. Lucinda Doyle, of Mississippi, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sam'l Haynes. -4 PARIS NOTES. Quite a number of Parisians went to Henry last Sunday, it being Dec oration Day. Rev. J. H. Thompson. D. D.. of the M. E. Church, preached the 11 o'clock sermon, also delivered the memorial address. Miss Jennie Chatman, who has been sick so long, departed this life last Saturday. The funeral was attended by Rev. B. F. Harris, of the C. M. E. Church. Dr. C. M. Powell, of Nashville, is in our city prospecting. He thinks be will locate here. Dr. Powell is a grad uate of Meharry Medical College, class '10 Mr. Yollie Prevat, of Camden, Tenn., was the guest of Mrs. Mattie Simon last Sunday. Rev. G. P. Woodson, of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, had Rev. E. W D. Wynn, of Dyersburg, assisting him in his revival last week. Several persons accepted Christ as tneir leader. Rev. Wynn loves the revival work and is in it with all his might. Rev. T. W. Hampton, D. D., is pre paring for the big rally Sunday, May 29. Rev. H. G. Killebrew, Rev J. W. Good and Rev. B. F. Harris are to do the preaching. Mr. R. L. Vandyke visited West Oak Grove Baptist Church last Sun day, where he found many of his friends. He reports a pleasant visit. A basket dinner was spread on the ground. Mrs. H. C Edmund was the guest of Mrs. Luanna Dumas last Monday. Mrs. May Belle Field, of Paducah, Ky., who has been visitine her sick brother at Bethel, returned last Sun day, carrying her brother with her. Mr. J. Dumas, of East St. Louis, 111., is here visiting home folks. If you want to read the Nashville Globe, see Mrs. Luanna Dumas. Mrs. Luella Miller was in to see the Globe reporter Tuesday. Mrs. Miller is quite entertaining. CLIFTON NOTES. A basket dinner was given at Sparks Chapel A. M. E. Church last Sunday. Quite a large crowd assem bled. Rev. D. W. Binford preached at II o'clock: Rev. W. .1. Young at three. The services were both spiritually and financially good. The pulpit of the A. M. E. Church, of CM It on Bend, was graced by Rev. M. C. Jones last Sunday, who preached an excellent sermon, subject: "Are our hearts naturally inclined to re ceive the gospel?" Mrs. Ida L. Jones, the excellent dressmaker of Clifton, is preparing to spend a month during her vacation in Alabama. Mrs. F. A. Jones had a pleasant call at the home of Mrs. C. E. Baker last Sunday evening. Alma Churchweir spent Sunday evening with Mabel Jones. Miss Johnnie Ross returned to her home in Waynesboro, after spending two w.ks with friends. GALLATIN NOTES. The Teachers Institute of Sumner County was held in Key Chapel M. E. Church last week. The session was largely attended and much interest was manifested. About twenty-eight teachers were in attendance. On Thursday of the Institute a hand some umbrella with a sterling silver handle was- presented County Super intendent W. F. Albright by the body of teachers. Rev. V .E. Shipp made the presentation speech with a few veil chosen and fitting words as a token of the esteem in which . they held Prof. Albright. Mr. Albright ac cepted the same most heartily and thanked the teachers for the way in which they remembered him. The nublic school closed here the ootii -yth nloslnir exercises at the Missionary Baptist Church. The ex weises were excellent indeed. The teachers deserve much credit. Dr. .1. A. McMillan, of Nashville, spoke at the M. E. Church Sunday at 11 o'clock on the subject of "Tuber culosis." The address was timely and well delivered. A large congre gation greeted him. Several visitors were in the audience. Noticeable were Dr. W. S. Bailey, Mr. Jas. H. Evans, of Nashville, and Messrs. Alexander and Stockall, of Fisk University. Dr. Baily and Messrs. Alexander and Stockall were Introduced to the audi ence by Rev. D. T. Burch and made a few remarks. Dr. Bailey expects to hang out his shingle in Gallatin. WTe wish for him much success. Miss Willie Griffy returned home from Fisk University Saturday. Messrs. Alexander and Stockall. of Fik University, were the guestr- of Miss Griffy Sunday. Mrs. Tibitha Mathews does not im prove. She is still confined to her bed. Rev. 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Rates $1.00 Per Day. Special rates by Week or Month. Phone, Main-287b. g J. H. COPELAND AND MRS. C. M. HORTON, Proprietors 0000000000000000000(XXX000000000000000000000000000009 I. L. VIOORE, Residence Phone, Main 4092-Y. T. CLAY VIOORK, Notary Public, Manager Real Estate Depart People's Savings Bank & Trust Co., Residence Phone, Main 3293, T. CLAY M00RE & CO., LICENSED REAL EITATE AND LOAN AGENTS, OFFICE PlIONB. MAIN ttU. 410 CEDAR STREET. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE CLARKSVILLE NOTES. The commencement exercises of the colored public school were held at Elder's Opera House, Friday morn ine at 10 a. m. The graduating class, taught by Prof. H. R. Merry, was the largest in the history of the school, contain inc 21 members. The speak ers, Misses Myles, Caldwell, Gary and Hester and Mr. O. F. Dabney acquit ted themselves in a most creditable manner. Misses Whitfield and Firse rendered two very beautiful solos. Tlue address to the graduates was de livered by Dr. G. W. Porter, who in choice language pointed out to the class the responsibilities which they must assume on entering their career in life; moreover, he said that the Negro race was not a downtrodden race, but one struggling for a place among the nations of earth. The di plomas were awarded by Prof. S. L Smith, Superintendent City Schools. At 8 p. m. the Juvenile Operatta, "Golden Hair and the Three Rears," was presented to a large and appre ciative audience, and reflected credit on all those who toty part in it. The play was given under the direction of Miss L. Ramey, Principal. The Clarksville baseball team, of which Mr. N. Dixon, Sr., is manager, vent to Providence Ky., Saturday and Sunday, where they played games on each day. The Clarksville team won both cames the first being r.y a score of 8 to fi, and the second be ing 4 to 3. This is one of the best teams in this section. On Monday thev played in Pembroke, Ky., where they again won by a score or u 10 o l. Messrs. Walter Edmondson and Nacc Dixon, Jr., spent Sunday in Erin visiting friends. Rev. Underwood delivered his fare well sermon last Wednesday night. Rev. Hill is conducting revival at St. Peter's A. M. E. Church. Mrs. Redmond, Mrs. Stokes, Mrs. Lucy Chilton, of the city, Mrs. Sam Ogburn, of Oak Grove, Tertn., are at the Infirmary this week. What proved to be a very agreea ble and pleasant surprise for the teachers of the graduating class of the city school of 1910 was a compli mentary visit to the Home Infirmary last Tuesday, where music and cold drinks were awaiting them; settees, lawn swings and many otiher things for the comfort of the party had been previously provided, after which they were hastened back to Prof, and Mrs Meiry's, where they were entertained and served moat elegantly. This was done at the expense of the hospitable the big-hearted gentlemen, Mr. J. W. Page, Prof. H. R. Merry and Dr. Robt. T. Burt. Those entertained were as follows: Misses L. Ramsey, F. Hope, well, Alma Harris, Bessie Harris, Birdie Mason, Lela Porter, Bruetta i i in im it i i ia.t . i.r n.w rn i i i 1 1 n Ann son, Mrs. E. Watson, E. D. Wells, Dayse Stiggall, Profs. II. R. Merry, W. P. Irvine and H. E. Lockert, all teachers in the colored school, and Misses Lemon Willis, Mamie Keesee, Roxy Edwards, Louise Hester, Lottie Hester, Nellie Barker, Mattie Caldwell, Leola Firse, Beatrice Beaumont, Bes sie Whitfield, Ophelia Gary, Laura Mc- Keage, Eliza Miles, Bessie Riley, Sammie Hodgkins, Annie B. Overton, Virginia Dunlop, Messrs. Oscar Dab ney, Albert Firse, Roy Perry and Michael Johnson, all these foregoing being graduates of the class 1910. If you want to be called a member of the Ananias Club, just say you have seen the comet. See Geo. C. Dabney at 109fS First street for the Globe. EBENE2ER NOTES. Miss Fackler, of Bowling Green, Ky., is in the city visiting Miss Addie Sledge. Mrs. E. R Reed, of Pulaski, is here visiting her husband, Rev. E. R. Reed, pastor of Ebenezer A. M. E. Church. The services of May 22nd were grand, as that was their May rally. The day was carried out in its full est, both spiritually and financially.