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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910.
OUT OF TOWN NOTES. DAYTON NOTES. Mrs. Hockey Stephens, of College Hill, is reported sick. Rev. A. P. I'atten, pastor of A. M. E. Zion Church, gave a picnic Tues day and reported it a success. Mrs. J. L. Lee made a visit 10 Chattanooga last Tuesday and re turned Monday. She was accompa nied by her grandsons, Henry, Thorn ton and Velton. Mr. Will White, the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Organ, arrive J from Brillenta. La., last Friday, where he has leen working in the coal mines. Mrs. Minnie White, who has beca sick, is much better. Rev. G. W. Cain, pastor of the M. L Church, gave an outing Thursday night known as a trip around ttv? world. The revival of Mt. Zion Baptist Church is meeting with great success.- Jast Sunday Rev. J. G. L. Clipping of Chattanooga, arrived and is as sisting Rev. .1. P. Johnson in his re vival this week. Mrs. Lizzie Martin and Mrs. Phebe Organ leave next Thursday for Knox ville to visit the fair. HELENA (ARK.) NOTES. T.Irs. M. C. Simmons, of 1121 Pop lar street, gave an informal enter tainment Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Perry, of Pine Bluff, Ark. Thosrf to enjov the occasion were Mesdamec Perry, "Daniel Eoden, M. G. Turner, M. S. Peck. John White and Mr. anl Mrs. M. C. Simmons. CENTERVILLE NOTES. Mt. Zion A. M E. Church had its Sunday-school picnic last Saurday at Priestly Springs about three miles from Centerville. They went out In wagons. The small children were chaperoned by Mrs. Kyle. Many from Centerville attended iht State Fair at Nashville last week. The Hickman County Teachers' As sociation met here last Saturday and rendered their second program for this school year. Many of the teach ers were absent, but those who wero present entered into the work witti a will and made it most enjoyable. Rev: H. F. Smith, presiding elder, will be here Saturday and Sunday to hold his last quarterly conference for this conference year. COLUMBIA NOTES. The carnival given at South Side Park under the auspices of St Paul A. M. E. Church, conducted by Rev. S. L. Howard, the pastor, and officers, was a success socially and financially. Bishop Parks gave an able address Saturday p. m. at the carniva1.. There were at least two thousand peo ple to hear him. The following churches had free booths at the car nival and all were a financial suc cess: First Baptist Church, city; Glade Street Chapel, A. M. E., city. Perry Hill Baptist Church, County; New Hebron A. M. E. Church, coun ty; Salem Presbyterian Church, coun ty, and South Side A. M. E. Church. Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Chiirch, city. The financial report of the carnival will be given next week. Mrs. Laura Kittrell died at tho home of Mr. Henry Moore. Her home was near Bigbyville. Mrs. Jennie Stone has returned from Oxford, Miss. Bishop Parks preached at St. Paul both morning and evening Sunday, 25th. Mr. Harlen Green had a slight re lapse and is in led sick again. Invitations are out announcing th-3 marriage of Mrs. Ella Dora Wells to Mr. Charles M. Davis, of Memphis Miss Lonie Gant Is visiting here, the guest of Miss Blanch Howard Prof. Keith, of Nashville, made a fine address on industrial education before the teacher and patrons of the public school on the 23rd. GALLATIN IOTES. Mrs. George Sloan has returned to Nashville, after several weeks' stay as the guest of Miss Annie T. Ran doluh. Mt. and Mrs. Driss Baker enter tained quite a number of visitors with an afternoon reception, who attended the Sumner County Fair. Mrs. Gejrge Sloan was one of the select judges in the Floral Hall at the Sumner County Fair. Miss Annie T. Randolph entertained as her house guest during the Sumner County Fair Mrs. Edwin Mahln, of Franklin, Ky.; Mr. Miles C. Ran dolph, of Chicago; Mrs. George Sloan, of Nashville; Messrs. Will Fite anl Walter Frazler, of Hendersonville. Mrs. Lottie L. Withers entertained with a six o'clock dinner Mrs. Edwin Mahin, of Franklin. . Ky.; Mrs. Su3 Ella Sloa-i, of Nashville; Miss Anni-s T. Ilonard, of Portland, Tenn., and Miss Annie T. Randolph. Mr. John Franklin, of New York, City, was the guest at many homM during the Sumner Cunty Fair. Mrs. Callie D. Lucas, of Springfield, was the guest of Miss Minnie Wood ard. CLARKSVILLE NOTES. The Ciarksville Giants are prepar inj? for another trip to Providence, Ky., where they will play October ! and 2. They have brought home the bacon four times from there this year, and hope to get the rest of th hog this trip. Mr. Jesse Merriwether returned last week from Ridgetop, where he ppent several months" vacation. Mr. W. Edward Randolph, formerly one of the substitute mail carriers of this city, but who has lately resigne.l, left several weeks ago for Chicago, where he intends to remain for some time. Mr. Joseph Foston, one. of the mot prominent ice and coal dealers in th city, has been ill for some time at his home on Carpenter street. It is hoped that he will recover soon. The Knights of Gideon, a new or der in our city, had their annual sermon on last Sunctay at St. John Baptist Church. It was preached by Rev. W. II. C. Stokes. On the .follow ing Monday night, they gave a ban quet at the Masonic Hall, which was attended by a large crowd. Miss Susan Tyler Whitfield re turned last week from Beersheba Springs after spending several months there. Messrs. Wm. and Richard Johnso and Edward Overton spent two davs during the fair in Pembroke, Ky., where they were royally entertained by Misses Anna Belle Hutchinson, Lillian Clardy, Iona Evans and others. Mrs. Cranner, of Nashville, was the guest of Mrs . Nathan Myles and and daughter, on Clark street several weeks ago. Before she returned home, she stopped at Hampton Sta tion in order to spend a few weeks with her brother there. Mrs. Meta Grant, the sister of Miss Lizzie Raniey, principal of the col ored public school, died September 22nd after a lingering illness. Thi funeral services were held at St. Peter's A. M. E. Church on' Saturday, September 24th, attended by Rev. C. H. Boone. Her deatih was a shock to a great many of her friends. Misses Blondella Dunlop, Ophelia Gary and Mr. Mitchell Johnson left Tuesday morning for Fisk University, Nashville. Mrs. Bertha Lily and little son, Theo., of Nashville, are in the city visiting friends. Mrs. Geo. Hester, on Poston street, has been ill for some days, but is slowly recovering. Mrs. Eliza Hodgson and daughter, Sarnie, arc in the city for a short Ktay. SPRINGFIELD NOTES. Rfv. Hampton, pastor of the First Baptist Church, preached an excel lent sermon last Sunday. His text was "Duty." A good audience was present both day and night. . . South Town schoot opened last Monday. The enrollment was one hundred and three Mrs. Maggie L. Bradford has opened her school. Mr. Henderson Bell and Miss Bue lena Payne were married last Sundav evening at G:"0 o'clock, at the home of the groom. Mr. Eaven Blain, of Clarksville, spent last Sunday with Miss Addio L. Gaines. Miss Annie L. Bryant opened her school at Hygeia, Tenn., last Monday POPE NOTES. Miss Fannie Frances Boyd, our public school teacher, has made a fine progress in the school room this term, hers being the best school taught here for years. Rev. San ford conducted quite a successful revival meeting here la.it week. Mrs. M. Wilson and little daughter, of Parson, spent Saturday and Sun day neve visiting relatives. Miss F. F. Boyd spent a few days in Linden visiting Mrs. Pinkston. teacher of Linden school. Miss Boyd was the honoree guest of a dinner criven Sunday by Mrs. Joseph Arnold. Mrs. Sarah Bradley, of Franklin. is visiting her sister and other rela tives whom she had not seen before in twenty years. She is accomnaniod by her husband. Misses Howard and Bovd snenf. quite a pleasant evening in Parson Tuesday, arriving here on the night train. Miss F. F. Boyd is spending th; week visiting friends. WAYNESBORO NOTES. Mrs. R. L. Williams will spend a day for Newzeal to finish his work there for the conference year. The first Sunday will end the week her. He will leave at an early date for the conference. We are at work to help him make a grand report. We have had a grand success in revivals. Rev. Ellas WIgfall has returned from a pleasant trip to Hohenwald and Mt. Pleasant, visiting relative. Mrs. Mary Smith, of Savannah, Tenn., i3 visiting her ex-pastor and wife, Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Williams. A social will be given Friday night in honor of Miss Annie Wiley, who will take leave for Florence, Ala, to enter school. Her many friends regret to see her leave. Master Horace Smith is accompa nied here by his mother, Mrs. Marv Smith. Mrs. R. L. William's will spend a few days in 'Savannah, while Rev. Williams is atiend conference. Misses Myrtle Pointer, Arminter WIgfall, Harriet Pointer, Mary Hix, Laura Syinger and Annie Wiley, Messrs. Ula Ross, John Pointer and Macks Wigfall, Sr., and Jr., Jones Hix, Frank Wiley, Andrew Ross and Lem Ross will accompany their pastor to Newzeal Sunday. SHELBYVILLE NOTES. Shelbyville is once more alive witn the stir of Turner Normalites. There seems to be more students on the grounds at this time, being the first week, than there have ever been after the end of the first three mouths. The students attended the A." M. E. Church last Sunday morning in a body, and presented a beautiful a pearame. They were chaperoned by Mrs. N. B. Benson, the Preceptress. Miss Geneva Bender, of Nashvill?, spent several days this week the guest of Turner Normal. She rendered some choice music at the opening ex ercises. Miss Bender is a student of Fisk, taking voice culture. She ex pressed herself a? being highly pleas ed with Turner Normal. Miss Mabel McKay, teacher in do mestic science at Turner, has ar rived, and has entered upon her du ties. A grand club rally took place at Scott's Chapel M. E. Church last Sun day. A literary and musical program was rendered, instead of preaching. Several prominent speakers made talks, among whom were Bishop Thompson, Rev. F. W. Gardner and Rev. Oruikshank, of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Miss Susie O. Brown also read an interesting paper Dr. J. A. Jones acted as master n' ceremonies. The revival services at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church have closed. Tho baptizing took place last Sunday. Rev. W. V. Hawkins spent a few days in the town last week, visiting nis family His wife is a student in Turner Normal. The following is a partial list of the new students in Turner Normal, who are attending for their first tim?: George Fleming, Columbia; T. D. Led better, Murfreesboro; Chester Gree.i and Wm. Childs, Chattanooga: Gil bert Tellers, .las. Lnsley and Henry Colbert, Mt. Pleasant. Among the rirls are Misss Estella Martin. Dv io!a Robbs, Willie Mai Davis, Annie Northout, of Chattanooga: Misses Sal lie Commons and Jimmle Whitake, of Fayetteville; Miss Myra McClaio, of Match, and Miss Bertha. I. Chavers, of Cincinnati, 0. Mr. Henry Davis, of Okmulge Okla., a former student, is again among the number, also Mr. Emmet Campbell, recently of Tuskegee, Akv. Dr. Jones, the president, states that the building was more than haif filed two days before the opening day. Rev. S. J. Kelly, of Guthrie, Ky., came to the city last Monday to preach the opening sermon at th? grand opening of Turner Norma'. The following young ladies accompa nied him as students, to enter Tur ner: Misses Hattie Suggs, Anna Allen and Estacado Shaw, of Guthrie, and Miss Sallie Byers, of Trenton, Ky. Forty students had enrolled in tin hoarding department of Turner Nor mal by the first opening day. They represent five different states. Miss Morton was the winner of the nrize at the grand rally of the M. E. Church last Sunday night a live dollar gold piece. Miss Annie Leo Thompson came second, receiving a beantifuh Bible. Dr. J. A. Jones pre sented the prizes on behalf of the church. The formal opening of Turner Nor mal closed with a grand musical and literary entertainment at night. Misses Geneva Bender and Ruth Al lison, of Nashville, were the stars of the evening. Miss Madge Boddie was director of the program. Mrs. Sarah Ferguson has returned to Chicago. last Wednesday the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cartwright was the scene of much livelihood. An excel lent musical program was rendered uid a neat sum was raised for th benefit of the First Baptist Church. The house was beautifully decorated with ferns and cut flowers. Espe cially beautiful was the dining-room, the color scheme being green anl white. Mr. Will Davidson, of Fort Wayiu, Ind., is in the city. Mr. Thomas Hutton, of Chattanoo ga, is visiting his mother. Master George Davis left last week for Nashville. Mrs. Alice Daniel entertained in honor of Rev. Willis Airs, of Nasa vllle. About twenty-two young people en joyed a hay ride to Harrison Creek last Friday night. The party was chaperoned by Mrs. L-. H. McAdams and Mrs. M. A. Smlly. Misses Maud L. Peacock, Willi Davis and Joanna McAdcms left Tuesday for Nashville to enter Fisk University. Messrs. Lee Whiteside and Hamp ton Cowan visited friends on the rail road Sunday. , Miss Geneva Clayborne has returned from Mt. Pleasant. HILARY E. HOW3E. HOWSE BROS. FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TP SUIT EVERYBODY We Cm Furnish Your Home Complete from Pirlor to Kitchen. We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly. 304-306 BROADWAY. lwayi Something Doing: At STEVENSON'S Dry Goods Store "Something Doing" in ' Fair Prices" for you and your friends Call arouud ind see for yourself when in need o Dry Goods, Notions, Shirts, Collars Ties, Underwear etc. Ramember the Place, 122 Filmorc Street, NASHVILLE REMEMBER THAT THE Textile Coloring and Dry Cleaning Company Cleans all kinds of Laces, SUka, Velvets Gloven, Pur, Feathers, Garments, Etc. Phone Main 19 65 U. 5. MORTON, Mr. . 421 Cedar Street, Boyd Building. J. C. BLAKE, STAPLE ASI) MCI' OROCiilES. Your patronage solicited. Order over PHONE No. 266, UUKFKEESBOItO, - . TENX. i2ikiii'si;!iEiHiin;i:iiFiiv Not over 15 per cent Alcohol FOR THE RELIEF OF ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISM iich as: Inflammatory, tenia!-, Sciatica, Etc. DAVID J. M Druggist 'or. Odar tud lith Ave., I., : Imhvill. Tfin. I'liones: 1718 ind 40.14 lodge Furniture. We are prepared to supply every subor dinate lodge of the A. P. & A. M. within the jurisdiction of Tennessee or any other state with beautiful UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS, TA BLES, PEDESTALS, ALTARS md any thing in the line of chairs for che assembly hall that they may be in need of. Our prices are within reach of every lodge. For further information call or write the Church Supply Department OF THE UTIOJH BAPTIST PUBLISHING ROIKD 1 Avenue. North. Nanhvt'U, Tenn CENTERVILLE NOTES. Rev. Waterford has just returned rrom Linden, where he has heen help ing Rev. Dent carry on his revival. He reports a very successful revival, Which resulted in the addition of many to the church. Rev. Dent will he here the last of the week to remain one or more weeks to aid Rev. Water ford in ,his revival. Rev. Wm. Harris, of the Baptist Church, has just closed a very suc cessful revival. His efforts were rowned with the addition of several to the church. Miss Amanda C. Walker, who is teaching in Lewis County, has been home for about a week. Many of her scholars were compelled to leave school to help harvest the sorghum. s soon as this work is -done, sha will return and open school. Mrs. Lucile Walker Crosby, of Oordenburg, spent a lew days here last week. She was en route to Nash ville. Mrs. Adline Wyley, who has been residing at Columbia for several months, has returned. She will re build her home, which was destroyed by the storm. Mrs. Hughes, of Columbia, Is visit ing Mrs. G. W. Miller. CHATTANOOGA NOTES. Mrs. Trice is seriously ill at her home on Carter street Mrs. Gertrude Henry will join her sisters, Mrs. Aaron Hight and Mis Annie Walker, In Birmingham, Ala., where they aro visiting their sister, Mrs. Mamie Washington, of 4308 5th avenue, Avondale. Mrs. I. C. Ramsey, of 911 Park ave mie, is visiting relatives at her homo in Birmingham, Ala. Mr. Cannon, of 424 Chestnut street, fell from the fourth floor to the base ment of the Southern Express Com pany on Chestnut street. He wa3 picked up and conveyed home In a cab and it was found that .he escaped without a scratch. The Juvenile Auxiliary, of the PHONE. M IN ICS") NASHVILLE. TCHS 1. 1. MOORE. Residence Phone Main 4092-Y T. CUY M00H. Notary Public Manager Real state Deo't People'! Savings Bank i Trust Co. Resident Phone. Main 3293. T. Clay Moore & Co., Real Estate and Loan Agent Pension papers a specialty. Office Phone, Main 2554 410 Cedar St., Nashville, Twin. D. Wellington Berry STENOGRAPHER-REPORTER Typewriting Given Special At tention by Miss Majberry. ' PRICES KEAKONAKLE mu mm U77 so. 5 mm torn PERRY 1 LESTER COAL CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In UIGH-GKADE STEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL PHONE VI A IN 29 606 Second Ave., K., Nashville, Tenn. fElEPHONt MAIN 4943. RES. 1603 PHILLIP STRCET PHONE FELIX S. WHITE IRON SfAFfZ AND mftCHI IN CRY HAULING Special attention given to boxing and moving pi anos. Packing furniture, pictures, glass and china ware, etc., for shipment WE MOVE. PACK, STORE AND SHIP OFFICE 316 5tb ATE., N., COB. DKADKUK K. Pleasure Wagons for Hire. ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Orderi Promptly Filled. Neatly Furnished Roomi. Telephone. Main 2830. ROBT. L. MILLER, Prop., 714 Jo Johnston Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Ladies Missionary Society of the Congregational Church, rendered a splendid program Thursday night. CILLEGE GROVE NOTES. Mrs. M. L. Rogers died last week at her home. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn her loss. KANSAS CITY (MO.) NOTES. The Adelphla Art Club, of Kansas City, which has a membership cf thirty-eight, with Mrs. Samuel Har ris, a former student of Meharry, as president, entertained in honor of Mrs. L. M. Able, of South Bend, Ind , Mrs. Wm. J. Lee, Bethel, Kans., and Mrs. Narcissa Bishop, of Nashville. An outing was enjoyed at Swope Park, the second largest in the United States. An elaborate luncheon . wa.; served. After lunch the guests wer driven over different parts to view the beautiful park and zoos. FRANKLIN NOTES. Miss Willie Neely spent a delight ful time visiting relatives and friends at Pulaski and Lynnville last week. Miss Ethel M. Merrell, who has been on the sick list, is much better. Miss Sallie B. Williams spent a few days with relatives and friends In Nashville last week. Mr. Harry McEwIng Is an agent for the Chicago Blade newspaper. Mrs. Florence Drumrlght, of David son County, was in Franklin last Mon day. Mrs. J. T. Patton spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Halfacre, of East Franklin. The Missionary Baptist Church aud Sunday-School will have their forty fifth anniversary services Sunday, Oc tober 2, in the" morning. Mr. John P. Porter and Mr. S. F. Williams, of Nashville, will both speak on the oc casion. LEWISBURQ NOTES. On September 17th the sad news came of the sudden death of Mrs. Margaret Gunt at her home in East