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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911.
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I). 1).. SoereUrr PUONES, M. 1236, M. 1118 523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTII. ' ' . . - Nashville, - Tennessee Out of Town Notes. PULASKI NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Flouroy Jackson were the welcome guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dangerflold Saturday aDd Sun day. Mr. Will Jones Is. still on the sick list. Little Harry Jenkins Dangerfield spent the day with little Butler Bu chanan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Martin and Mr. S. S. Jordan wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Danserfield Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Bridgefort is on the sick list Rev. II. L. P. Jones, the Presiding Elder of the Columbia District, wor shiped with us Sunday night ait Camp bell Chapel. Mrs. Sarah Golff, of St. Louis, Mo., who was at her father's home visit ing, died last. Sunday, also the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rosenboro, Mrs. Mary Lou Rosenboro Williiams, died last Sunday. Mr. Anthony Corty is at home to see his family (this week. JMlr. and Mrs. John Harvell have a very sick child. Mrs. Addie Huff is on tne sick list this week. LYNNVILLE NOTES. Miss Martha Scott went to Colum bia Sunday to visit her uncle, Mr. Monroe Hayes. Mrs. Josephine Fitzpatrick went to Pulaski Monday on business. Mrs. Rosalie Howell, of Pulaski, is visiting Mrs; Lizze McCline. Mrs. Tom Thompson died February 5, l&ll, and was buried at Gordon Cemetery. Mr. Crede Wells was dangerously wounded by Mr. Will Walker Satur day night, using a knife, but is better at this writing. Mrs. Jane Brown was called to her father's sick bed Feb. 8, Mr. Jim Jones, of Pulaski, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. McClure are all smilesi it's a boy. (Miss Inez McClure was called to the bedside of liier sick brother, Mr. Ross Bills, who is very ill. Dr. A. B. Marsh left Lynnville Wednesday for Decatur, Ala., to be in the Infirmary there. Rev. W. S. West, of St. Joseph, A. M. E.' Church, preached a wonderful sermon Sunday, taking for his text John 6:48. Prof. E. S. Rose, of the Round Hill public school, is preparing for a grand library Feb. 17. Rev. H. H. Braden ,of the Mission ary Baptist Church, gave a large val entine surprise Tuesday evening. Mr. Woods Perry went to Colum bia Sunday to see his sick mother, Mrs. Channie Woods. Mr. Frank Hill is on the sick list. Mrs. Eura Hayes returned from Earlington, Ky., February 6, to see her mother and sister. Messrs. Charley White, Eddie Jackson and Andy Hayes returned from Earlington, Ky. Mrs. Harriet Calbert Is very ill, but is better at this writing. Mr. Bud Hill, who has been very ill with diptheria, is better. Mr. John McClure 'spent the night with hlsi father, Mr. Hugh McClure, at Cornsvllle Sunday night. Mrs. Dealie Braden and father, Mr. George Vinson, were called to their sick sister's bed In Columbia Monday. CEDAR GROVE NOTES. The Sunday-school at this place, which was organized recently, is do ing well. Our superintendent, Fred Jordan, is doing all in his power to have an excellent school. We hope to have - the Sunday-school here in July. Rev. B. Manier, of Nashville, filled his appointment here Sunday. He preached a soul-stirring sermon Sun day and Sunday night. Mrs. Frusie Halford has a severe attack of lagrippe, but we are glad to say she is better at this writing. Mr. Sam Swancy and Mrs. Tucker Holford made a business trip to Nash ville last week. Miss Susie Sherfied is on the sick list 1 Mrs. R. B. Niece was called to No lensville last week to the bedside of her sick sister. Our teacher, L. T. Glanton, was sur prised by receiving a fine cake last Sunday on his birthday. BRADEN NOTES. Sunflower, No. 89, on February 3rd, met in regular session and favored four strangers in the ante-room wait ing to be initiated into the rank of the good order of K. of P., iin the per sons of O. J. Hughlett., W. C. Leth ridge, Koble .Williams, and Willie Williams. . . C. R. Rhodes Is on the silck list. ' Tne ueath Angel has visited our village and .claimed Mr. and 'Mrs. Flavor Davis. The members of Cedar Grove Bap tist Church have recently celled their i church. Mr9. Polly Somerville was in town shopping to-day. Mr. James Hines and wife, of Ar lington, were the guets of Mrs. East er Harris Sunday. Mr.- Richard Tucker and family made a flying trip to friend3 at Keel ing Sunday. In spite of rain the truck garden ers are preparing for planting their gardens. C. R. Rhodes, Jr., has moved from Island Thirty-five to his home near Mason. J. S. Hughlett, of No. 89, is repair ing his spacious building. A. J. Hunt is erecting a new build ing on h& farm. Mr. Hunt stopped in our town and purchased such things as were needed on his farm. Mrs. Sallie Burrell is visiting her daughter at Barrett. Mrs. Sarah Somerville is visiting Mrs. Fannie Hughlett. J H. Clark was the guest of J. S. Hughlett Saturday night. Mrs. Patsie Rhodes visitted Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Rhodes 'Sunday evening. Miss McBride, from Stanton, is vis it?ng the family of Mr. Herbert Pow ell and Miss Iola Short. Mrs. Hannah Frazler and husband visited Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Drew Sun day evening. Mr. Richard DJckerson was the guest, of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Rhodes Sunday. After spending a few hours he returned to his home in Tipton County. LEWISBURG NOTES. Mrs. Maxie Mays and bier sister, Miss Maggie Lee Daci's, went to Fay etteville last week and were the guests of their sister, Mrs. M. G Woods. Mr. Nathaniel Hurt was cut very badly last Sunday. Mr. Clifford Wilson is Indisposed at this writing with pneumonia. He U at the home of Mrs. N. N. Mitchell, on Verona avenue. Mrs. Eitta Davis was the prize-winner of a diamond ring last Saturday night at the opera house, from the Clare Belcher Company. We are all glad to know that one of our col ored women here is the owner of a diamond ring. The Indisposed are Messrs. John Allen and George Ransom, of West Lewisburg. Mr. Bruce Ewing and Mrs. Bruce Wilks, of Mooresville, Tenn., were here last Sunday for services held at the A. M. E. Church. Rev. Hunt, the pastor, preached a wonderful sermon last Sunday. His text was the 36th chapter of First Samuel. Death visited the residence of Prof. J. B. Jones last Sunday and claimed for its victim his mother, Mrs. Liza Jones, on the Yell pike. She leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss. Mr. F. H. Fitzpatrick, of Moores ville, was i ntown last 'Saturday on business. UNA NOTES. Miss Amanda Burnett spent a few days' vacation in the city visiting her aunt and her brother, Mr. Jas. Bur- nette, Jr. Rev. C. H. Williams, passed through and preached for us at Solomon Chapel. Ophelia, the little daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Tyree White, is indisposed at this writing. Miss Katie Peebles is here from Smyrna visiting her uncle, Mr. Isaat Peebles. Masters Isaac, Jr., Samuel and Wil liam Peebles were the guests of Mas ters John C, Jr., and Theodore Craw- ey last Sunday. Miss Hattle and Lena Peebles were the guests of Miss Mattie Burnett last Sunday. Lucy Mai and Lucile Peebles were the guests of Ophelia White. Mr. Ben vanleer continues very ill. Miss Willie Mai Miller is ill at this writing. Mr. Abraham Lewis was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cameron last Sunday. Mr. Robt. Foster, Sr., was the guest of Mrs. Jennie Burnett last Sunday. Rev. T. G. Hadden was the guest of Mrs. Jennie Burnett last Sunday. Rev. T. G. Hadden was the guest of Mrs. Susan McLoly last Sunday. Rev. J. H. Hardline preached an able sermon last Sunday. Mr. Lee Davis spent a few days vacation isiting his eight-year-old daughter at Bransford. Mr. Henry C. Buchanan was hurt in a rock quarry last week. ELLENDALE NOTES. Lebanon Lodge No 137 again states that they are about' to erect a Pyth ian Temple thai, will be valued at not less .than $400--. . Sir Knight Joseph Westbrook. has just returned from Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. J. M. Westbrook has greatly iimproved hia Lome by the building of a new nouse. HOWSE FURNITURE. STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO 3UIT EVERYBODY. We Cm Furniih Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen. We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly. 304-306 BROADWAY. Miss Blanchie Hubbert is on the sick list. The most touching of all was that Mr. Dewitt Westbrook departed this life 'Friday, February 3, 1911,. and his sister, Miss Arrener Westbrooks, departed this life Wednesday, Febru ary 8, 1911. They were members of Fairview Baptist Church and Sunday School and Christians Indeed. They leave to mourn their departure four brothers and one sister, Miss Octa- viia Westbrook, who is now ill, and a host of friends. Their obituaries were furnished by Rev. H. R.. Brown and Rev. G. W. Bonnet and their re mains were deposited in Fulview Cemetery. Mr. Dewitt was a young minister and Miss Arrener was a member of the Fulview choir and had been for quite a while. Mr. Lonnie and Mrs. Neicie Neal were pleasant visitors of Mr. Junie and Mrs. Mattie P. Jones on last Sun day evening. We had a very good Sunday-school on Sunday morning, though small at tendance. The Court and Juvenile are doing good work. Mrs. Louisa Williams, Wi C. and representative to the Grand Court which will convene in Chatta nooga. ; , DICKSON NOTES. One of the hardest 'problems for the preachers of Dickson to solve is why the churches are so poorly at tended no matter who is pastor, the number as compared with the people of Dickson are very small. We hope the time will come when the people here will give their time in the the service of God instead of loitering around on the crossties, holding up the street corners and sitting on the depot on Sundays. Club No. 1 of the First Baptist Church, of which Miss Suella Sadler is captain, gave an old soldier's en tertainment February 9, for the ben efit of the church. A short program was rendered and several of the old Boldiers made short talks. Those who participated In the exercises were Rev. Gordon, Lewis and Blunt Everett. . . Mr. J. I. Wtoodard, one of the most enterprising and respected citizens of Dickson,- subscribed for the Globe for six months. Mr. Woodard is a man who has race pride and believes in Negro superiority and the support of Negro enterprises. If all Negroes were like Mr. Woodard we would have more positions for the boys and girls we are educating. 'Mrs. Caroline Scott, another one of the citizens cf Dickson, who believed n the protection, support and up building of her race, also subscribed for three months. Miss Scott is a true lover of the race and has a nice home in East Dickson. We are glad to see Mr. C. W. Jones up and out again. Mrs. Harriet Chil dress is on the sick list. Rev. J. P. Miller, who was called home to the bedside of his sick wife left last Friday , for his charge In Jackson, Tenn. Mrs. Miller is bet ter at this writing. Rev. J. P. Miller preached a soul- stirrfng sermon at St. James A. M. E. Church Sunday, February 5. The Blue Ribbon Club of which Mrs. Caroline Scott is captain, enter tained with a valentine party Febru ary 14 at tho Immaculate hall. Miss Eugenia Walker gave a con cert at St John A, M. E. Church Wed nesday, February 15. A grand time was had. JJttle Lewis Beck received a severe cut on the foot, of which two bones were broken, while playing in the yard last Monday with the ax. Miss Eugenia Hanna is on the sick list. Mr. Will Thompson Is on the sick list. Miss Ollie McMinn is on the sick list. . . McKENZIE NOTES. Mrs. C. H. Buck is on the sick list. Miss Louise Johnson closed school Friday at Sharon, Tenn. Miss Ottis Beam, who has been teaching at Bowden School, closed Friday. Miss Willie B. Dinwiddle, of Faris, spent Sunday In McKenzIe visiting friends. " . ' We are glad to see Miss Winnie Bell out again after a week's illness. Miss Pearl Flemming, of Dyersburg, is here visiting relatives. ; , -1 - Miss Mora Mills is able to, be out again after three weeks' iHnes3. Mr. Ermer Cage, of Atwood, spent Sunday evening with Miss ! Queenie Frierson. Rev. II. C.Swayn Is "rejoicing over a fine boy. ; t FRANKLIN NOTES. A number of ladles met February 7, 1911, at the residence of Mrs. Hat- NASHVILLE. TCHSs E. E. GREEN & CO ' THE TINNER. Tin, Iron and Asphalt Roofing, Gutter ing and Valleys and Stoves Repaired Special attention given ta al work. 106 Twelfth tonne, Uorth, Rashvlllt, TT3I. 1. 1. MOORE, Residence Phone Main 4092-Y T. CUY MOORE , Notary Puklto 1 Manager Real Estate Dep't oel' Savings Bank a Trust Co, Residence Pkone, Mala J293. T. Clay iloore & Co., Real Estate and Loan Agent Pension papers a specialty. Office Phone, Main 2554 410 Cedar St., Nashville, Tesffl. If it be GROCERIES W. D. RUCKER Or Phoni, Bain 4G8M Cor. Gay St. and 8tA In. PERRY & COAL LESTER CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers la HIGH-GRADE STEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL PHONE MAIN 29 COS Second Ave., N.; Nashville, Teen, DR. G. E. WHITE. 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