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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911.
7of? Yb Bought 0 THE NATIONAL ST SUN- BAPTi Out of Town Notes. DAY SCHOOL COMMENTAR V For 1911 t x ft i ELLENDALE NOTES. j at the church on time, regardless of . . n ,An the inclemency of the weather. Grand Lebanon Lodce No. 137 and Pride . ... XT "Xt -o ,j ... Thomas Chapel Court and Juveniles and fraternity and Morning View Courts and Juveniles witnessed a master of ceremonies and made appro priate remarks.. The other grand of ficers, Pi of. and , Mrs. T. P. Turner. Courts and j uvenues wiinessea &n Trugtee and E'ndowment gCre grand time at tneir annual iiiauK , rlate reniarkg. Rivin? sermon on last Sunday at the , McNairy gracefully per- Fulview Baptist Church e pto-j f Master-of-Arms. A gram as carried out nicely and the , ftll(,ifincft WRa ont anrt a liberal sermon was rendered by llev. A. J. it is a complete commentary on the sunday-school lessons ,for ' next year. the only book of its Kind published. Suggestive, Illustra tive, Comprehensive A Practical book, an invaluable aid to Superintendents, Sunday-Schooi Teachers and Christian Workers. Over 10,000 Printed in 1910 Strictly Orthodox and Purely Baptistic A Commentary for the masses. Each lesson has the AntJiori.ed and Revised Texts Motto Texts Lesson Settings Lesson Outlines Daily Horn Readings Introduction Exposition Special Topics Trntlis Gleaned From the Lesson With the Primary Teacher Questions . Its Illustrations and practical sug gestions make it helpful to teachers of limited experience. Every pas tor, superintendent, teacher and missionary worker should have one. Order Early Cloth, Single Copy I Brown, of Collierville, Tenn. The! attendance was very large. The wel come address was extended to us by Miss Zolonla A. Taylor and Sir M. L. Bell. The K. of P. regretted very much that owing to the late hour Rev. A. J. Brown didn't have the time to explain all he desired to. The TJ. R. K. of P. with Pride of the East Lodge was greatly noticed. Rev. A. Hulon met with an accident while in his buggy with his daughter, Miss Lula Hulon. His horse and bug- crx, niiiTiP-Pfi intrt ft nonrt of water, ana with much difficulty he pulled his horse ashore. No one was hurt. Rev. A. J. Brown preached at Oak Grove Baptist Church Sunday night. Mr. Johnnv M. Neal was the guest of Miss Mary A. Westbrooks on last Sunday, and Mr. Willie u. uoons was the guest of Miss Bertha McCunnle on last Sunday. . DICKSON NOTES. Dickson is growing in industry and Intellectual power; several new addi tions, in less than a year, one of which Is the big saw mill owned by W. P. Brown & Co. and managed Dy Mayor Smijh ; another Is the Mays Hotel. Both of these institutions give employment largely to colored people. Dickson has three colored cuurcnes r,fistn-erl hv snlendid meachers. one who is a graduate from the normal and" theological departments or vyai- ripn University. One music teacner, several school teachers and one colored physician. The time is about here whpn. instead of eendinc away for ta lent, the people away will be sending to Dickson for its talent. Rev. H. F. Smith, presiding elder of the Dickson district, was here Satur day and Sunday conducting hia quar terly conference; he reports quit? a success. Rev J. P. Miller; of Jackson, Tenn., was here visiting his ramily last wee He reports that he is meeting with great success in his new field of labor. Sunday. March 26th, the Pythian Todee of Dicl:son turned out in a body tn have their sermon preached at St.. James A. M. E. Church, rne exercises i'LARY'E. HOWSE. , PHONE. MAIN 1096. HOW.SE BROS. FURNITURJE, stoves and carpets TERMS TO 5UIT EVERYBODY. . We Can Furnish Your Home Complete from Parlcp to lUtchen We Take Old Goods lis First Payment; Balance Weakly or Monthly. 304-308 BROADWAY. "V NASHVILLE, TENN. also for the many, beautiful floral of-' IE. GREEN & CO. 1C1 lUt3- llUUi lyTbU IIUIV Xsvravr V t Respectfully, G. W. WILSON. fair audience was out and a liberal col'ectlon was had. ' The Calanthe choir consisted cf Mesdames Lula Ma son, Lizzie Suggs, Ella Malone, C. A. Dange-'fleld, Misses E. M. and J. B. Bramlette, Katherine and Sadie Daly, Leola Farin, Mamie A. Turner, Wil lie Mae Harper and Mr. D. L. White;, with Mrs. C. C. Joyce, organist. If you wish to know the news and keep posted read the Globe. Rev. A. J. James held services with lus church, the First Baptist, on South End. . ' The entertainment given at Beulah Bapti-:t Church on the 25th inst., was quite a success, regardless of Incle ment weather. Prof. A. T. Hill, principal of Pulas ki High School, was caned suddenly to Nashville on account of the serious illness of !his daughter, Miss Kizzie Lillian. Little Thomas Ballentine, a teacher in First Baptist Sunday-Scnooi, is the youngest in town. The A. M. E. Sunday-school had a full school Sunday, March " 26th, re gardless of inclement weather. Tommta Jarrkson is on the sick list. Mrs. Perkins was stormed by a host of friends on the. 22nd Inst. Prof. H. H. Thompson delivered a very interesting address to the Dis trict school, relative to manhood or our boys and their devotion to our girls. Rev. C. W. Gary, of Mt. Pleasant, was here last Sunday and preached a wonderful sermon. We are glad to know of the perma nent location of Mr. E. T. Johnson in our town. The Negro insurance solici tor is what the people, of Pulaski have long wished fo. The Provident Life and Accident Insurance Co., of Chattanooga, Tenn., $150,000 deposited with the treasurer of the State for the nrotecticn of policy holders 1888-1911, a continuous business for 23 years. The oldest company in the South writ ing sick benefit insurance. Rev. M. C. Skillern and his wife, Mrs. Mary Skillern , made a flying trip to Culleoka, Tenn., where the Reverend held service? Sunday. The Ministers' Alliance held their THE TINNER. Tin. Iron and Asphalt Roofinr. Gnttr- COLUMBIA NOTES. lac, Valleys and Stoves Repaired Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Morrell enter-j , . . . - . tained the Fisk Club at their home On j nmm tt an W0IX Hill street, Friday afternoon, March ; CCtTtwlfth AHawJorth, IvhvUli, T33 U4tti. me guests present Desiaes me , - T.CulMOORf. Notary Public Manager Real Estate tot't regie's Savlnos lank & Trait Ct. Residence Phone, Mala J29J. rlnh mpmhpra werfi Misses Willie May 1. 1 . MflflRF. Ewing, Dollie Brown, Hattie Sargent, j Residence Phone Mile Beatrice Gordon and Mrs. A. reari , wz-y Crews. Miss MInta Morrell served nimch in the hall. The guests en joyed themselves in the parlor while the dub was transacting business, after which a three-course menu was It was reported in last week's Globe Real Estate and that Mrs. Sallie Whittaker, of High ' j ae,nt. street, was seriously ill. It should i , lOan Agents have been Miss Sallie Whittaker, oi pAf1c;Af1 h9nA-c cnrJalfv bs;T.' Clay Moore & Co. The exercises , oWH.. nn th 27th. and the follow-. were well arranged. Mx. Emerson i wpr Piftrted! Rev. A. J. nell was master of ceremonies. TheiJames; presldent; Rev. S. L.. McGee, onool.-ov fnr tVlP nfPfl.?lon WHS ReV. Mr. , -n tt n HnAa eVrp. Onalls. of Clarksville. "Raster nromlses to De a big day in Dickson, and the various churches are preparing elaborate programs for trie occasion. ' Mis. Bessie Woods and her little vl rarest dent: Rev. H. C. Cade, secre tary; Rev. B. A. Baley, assistant sec retary; Rev. D. Howard, chaplain and treasurer; Rev. F. J. Givens, reporter; Rev. G. R. Norman, chairman of en tertainment committee. a..-. - i JUTS. IjcSIIC vj. oicicuj i-J iu.i. daughter, minora, or xNasnviue, wre tl pek 75c Half Morocco, Single Copy $1.00 SEND ALL ORDERS TO National Baptist Publishing Board R. II. BOYD. D. 0., SeoreUry PIIONES, M. 1236, M. 1119 523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH, Nashville, , - Tennessee here last week visiting their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Childress. Miss Amanda Sears, of White Biurr. visited Mrs. Fannie r Childress last W 6 ok ' Miss Hettie O'Neal is on the sick list. Miss Birdie Tidwell is on the sick list. Miss Eugenia Hannah Ts some bet ter at this writing. Mrs. Clossie Umble and Blanch Ward are able to be up and out again. Rev. "W. H. Thompson has been in vited to deliver a lecture at CentenriHe for the benefit of raising money to build' a new A. M. E. Church. Little Doy List and Valaria Chil dress entertained a few of their fripnds Saturday afternoon in honor of the little Miss Elnora WToods, of Nashville, at the residence of Mrs. Fannie Childress. Games were the amusement of the occasion. At a late hour a two-course menu was perved. Tho?e who enjoyed the little Misses List and Childress' hospitality were Elnora Woods, of Nashville, Carrie Dunn, Iva Dell Barfield, Llla and Etta Lethamar, Blanch and Minnie "White, Eva Laura May Splcer, Essie Johnson. Rev. J. H. Thompson preached a soul-stirring sermon at St. James A. M. V.. Church .last Sunday night, his subject being "The achievements of a peopla who know their God. Mrs Marv Jackson, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia, Is much better Quit? a number of friends witnessed the closing exercises of Miss Ada Mae Jordan's school last Friday. Miss Jordan Is now at home. LEWISBURG NOTES. Elpventh street The'Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church clubs ar5 getting themselves busy pre paring for their spring rally. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cleggett, of Theta, are having a two-story, eight room house built on East End street, and will move as soon as the house is completed. Mrs. Everlina Brown has returned from Nashville, where she has been visiting her son, Mr. John Brown. Mrs w. B. Morrell. -of Chicago, Is visiting the family of Mr. Hugh Mor rell," of Frierson street. t w KpIIv. Jr.. of Nashville, spent the week-end here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. John weDSter wm week in their beautiful new horre they have had erected on the site of the one recently destroyed, uy fire. . Mr. Tom Wilkes, who has been in poor health for several months, con tmues in a very feeble condition. Prof. V. P. Irvin, of Nashville, vis ited hii family recently. LYNNVILLE tfOTES. Prof. E. S. Rose had a large school turnout last Friday and a large cro'.vd urn n nvacPTI f W CIO I'l -"w Mr. Robert Braden is on the stcit lit- ivf i. TTn a TT111 is verv 111. Miss Comilla Braden, from Pulaski, is visiting her aunt here. We are having lots of sickness here. Mr N. N. Reynolds, Grand Lectur p nf Pulaski, addressed the Copier Court No. 31 Saturday. ,.,.., The Knights or pytnias nan men anniversary sermon Sunday, with a Jarge audience In attenaance. CHATTANOOGA NOTES. tto t ti -nvnpa has returned home, iviia. u. 11. . .ar,r, .niipd awav on account oi the illness of her mother, who is bet ter at this writing. Mrs. Leana Toliver is stm n m sick list; she has undergone a second operation. a Rev. C. A. lieu, pastor u m Baptist Church, preached for the Cum berland Presbyterian Church one night during their revival. Mrs J. E. Wood, of .McMmnville, Tenn., pas?ed through the city Satur day, March 25th, en route to Corona. Ala., where Tfer nusDana uas ua.it Office Phei,Mjin 2554 (10 Cedar St., Kaishville, Tced. RICHARD KILL NOTARY PUBLIC, Rent Estate. Loans, Lien notes bought and sold. Will sell you a home like paying rent. Pension Cases a specialty. TELEPHONES Office: Main 1889 Miss one call the other I Hemlock 1940 4 JO J-2 CEDAR ST., NASHVILLE, TENN. PULASKI NOTES. Maceo Lodge No. 24 K. of P. and Maceo Court No. 11 Order of Calanthe had their annual sermon Sunday, March 20. inst, at trie A. M. E. Church. Rev. David Howard, pastor of the' Beulah Baptist Church, preached the annual Bermon and it was a most excellent sermon and both the Court and the Lodge members ex pressed themselves as being highly pleased with the way the speaker han dled his subject; it showed careful preparation had been, made. C. C, E. C. Dangerfield, assembled the lodge w nnpnna Trvi'istrial Institute Rev. Babdson, the Baptist mission- m " w 0itPr Mrs J Y ry evangelist of Hopkinsyille, y.. She stopped with her sister, Mrs. J. rreached a wonderful sermon at the "Wood. Baptist church last Friday night. v ICTnM notes ' The M. E. Church is carrying on a cliftuim " . . revival now, conducted by Dr. B. J. Prof. M. C. Jones, of Jecaturvllle, Meredith and Rev. A. Hubbard. In company with Mr. i. Bradley Lee, -r,r t a nt a vnvK-n n ci Johnson and A. ine womanB iiuaiu ui imjmwu, iaii, . - . x i v, -o. nn.nnii nt Porrv County, were nere deuce of Mrs. Sallie Gee March 24. to meet the U. B. P. and S. M . T. w The meeting was well attend and an St. Luke Lodge. Much business was interesting program was rendered, transacted by the tody- . , The 4th chapter of Acts was read by We organized an def Mrs. Addie Ray; paper read by the iess with Rev. W. J. Young s business, secretary, Miss L. M. Cook; interest- W, J. Young, president; M. C. Jones, ing paper by the president. Mrs. Sal- general manager; Lee A. Ya b o, sec He Gee; miilon talk by Mrs. Maggie vetary; G. D. i Jonnso trea sur r and Smith. Rev. R. I, Hyde, of. Bowling we solicit all our friends to Join in Green, Ky., made an interesting n i"?Tw !tM to on "What it takes to be a "ian ana Mr woman.". Those present were im- wr. a:y ."V dames Addie Ray. Sallie" Gee, Maggie day night at tne m. n. vu.v Smith,-Lizzie Allen, Zular Collum, A. Phillips offidafljig. Mercy Wakefield, Nettle Parhm. M. G. Mises Rocks , Join , and Gatey May Moon, H. J. lliwmg, iNicie iiivynif,, utnj, "7 iOI,t oollprtj Murphy, Agnes Dabney, Eme Talley, Geneva Ru ledge 'n Sarah Altaian, Sallie Hurt, Anni at tne nome ul m.o. Esllc, Misses L. M. Cook and Lakle .m.notES. Johnson. Alter an enjoyame ;. - Tuegday nlgnt at deiictous two-course- mnu -; - Mr. Robert Lewis ana miss ai.ic mw m. . -- ,fo- n Lee Brown were united In marriage Cheste ; a "gJalS last Sunday night at ner nome, ,ev. piuaw auu - tlfy. n w Marh offlclatine. rendered and was- very much grauiy I ing to the hearers. A very gooa u- t. n.nrl on the folloW' A CABD OF THAJN K.H. ui'rui-o noo Fi-v - . , - , Ing Thursday night she repeated her Baptist Church. I desire to express my Dm cliV4 w 7. w hrnne Mem thanks for th, klndns - Mj?: Chef r Mt or her by Mr. and Mrs. iviitcneii aua vu". xc,,iy,7,T'a a TMrv Zhrxun nA nthr fHpnds during the All of the district Bchools of Tip- illness and death of my son, Clifford, 1 ton county were closed last Jnaay PERRY I LESTER COAL CO. 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Mrs. Henry Porter spent last weeK at her parents' home. Miss Beatrice Stewart, oi uovington, Tenn., who occupies a position In the Covington High School as teacner, was over visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart, last Saturday and Sunday. Rev. H. P. Gordon, B. D., made several pastoral visits In West Mason last week. Mrs. TMa Mav Chester itave a eranrt reception to the school girls last Fri day evening at 7:30 p, m., to those who assisted her in rendering tne pro gram last Tuesday evening. The annual sermon of the Knights of Pythias was preached last Sunday by Rev. G. W. Willey, B. D., of the C. M. E. Church. The sermon was very efficaciously delivered, based upon. it