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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911.
. 6 I Cfe of Town Notes. I o . R ooooooood BRENTWOOD NOTES. . laid to rest at the Hill Cemetery at Rev. J. M. Mosley left Monday for McKenzie. The funeral was conduct the West. Mrs. D. L. Hunt has re- ed hy Rev. -W. C. Hunt and Rev. G. turned home after a week's stay vis- W. Marsh. We hope that our loss iting friends and relatives at Mt. Pis- is heaven's gain. The indisposed are gia. The Primitive Baptists here are MW-iames Ethel Stone and Lula preparing for a big basket dinner the Brandon. Mr. Robert Turner left last ffth Sunday. The sick here are Monday evening for Chicago, 111., Misses Laura Pratt, Viola Daniels and where he will spend a few months Mr. Felton Hunt. Mrs. Oscar Owens, witn Ms sons, Messrs. Everett, Alvie Mrs. T. W. Walker and Mrs. Samuel and G. C. Turner. Vernon were the appointed committee to go to Nashville Monday to select. ' PERRYVIL.LE NOTES. naDers for the Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church. School opened the second Monday . ' in this month under the instruction n ictom KinTPc of Miss Gretcheon Yarbro and ismov w,. ...w.. , ing 0Q wi(.h Buccesg Miss Essie Stan- saturaay ana sunaay tne peo- or(j hag been very m but a now im, pie of Clifton enjoyed picnick- nrovine. Mrs. Mollie Tavlor and Mr ing in Waynesboro, Tenn. Rev. Thomas TinBley were married Sun- u. vv. umiora nau a picmu ui lxauue ; day at tte cnurch, Rev. A. Vann of Bend Saturday and basket dinner on j fimatinsr Messrs w. A Petis-raw. n. Sunday, preaching at 11 by Rev. W. j Jennings and their families at- u. luuufe, n.iuti lenaea. jue Daroecue at uecaiur- tor of the Baptist Church, had a rally Ville Saturday. They reported a nice at his church Sunday. Miss Beatrice time. Mr. J. D. Chappell, of Clifton, Spears is somewhat indisposed over came through here Saturday en route her trip to Waynesboro. The Baptist for Decaturville. He was a pleasant church raised $22.50; A. M. E. church visitor in our town from Sunday eve- raised $12.12. D. J. Mitchell, C. G. M. of the Knights and Daughters of Ta- ning until Monday. Mrs. Ola Church well, of Clifton, spent from Saturday bor, reached here Monday and made a until Monday, visiting her parents, fine talk to the joint meeting mem-! Mr. and Mrs. Cary. Mr. Henry Bush, bers. Prof. W. A. Jackson, Miss Gen- j who is now working at Jackson, came eva Rutledge and O H. Johnson went i home Saturday evening and returned entire delegation voted thanks to Erin people for their Kind hospitality, to this came a response with great cheer from the Eronites, who were so much delighted to have the Con ference. The public school opened Monday under the leadership of Prof. Wm. Childress, as principal. He has a large attendance, and Mrs. Fannie J. Childress will be on hand to assist him as soon as their son, Verta B., convalesces. to their schools Monday. ASPEN HILL NOTES. Sunday. Two very interesting ser mons were preached Sunday by Rev. A. Vann. Miss Addie Tole, of Deca turville, is attending school here. We Mrs. Margaret Mason has opened . aii eniov readine the Globe so well school at Cedar Grove. Prof. S. S. , we are always glad when the day ar- Butler will teach at Friendship scnool rives for it to come. Little Miss Dove for the present term. Miss Butcher, j Pettigrew, of Decaturville, is vistiing of Nashville, passed our village en-: Misses Nonie and Gillie Pettigrew route for Conway, . where she will this week. Mrs. Bertha Young is yet teach. Prof. J. T. Bridgeforth', of very ill. Pulaski, has opened school here, Rev. Brothers is moving along nicely at this point. Rev. Wells filled his pulpit Sunday at 11 o'clock and Rev. Leath at 7:30 p. m. The Allen Chris tian Endeavor League has recently been organized with Mr. Van Allen as President, Miss Callie Foulston, WILLIAMSPORT NOTES. On last Monday, July 10, Miss Jen nie A. Alderson and Mr. Elnora D. Gantt were quietly married at the Maury County court house. Thurs day night there was a reception given in honor of the church workers. It nT ; li l ' 1 given by the ladies of the A. M. Treasurer. An enthusiastic and well UNA NOTES. A Picnic .Party, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Harlin, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Mesdames Sophia Foster, Florence, Fosset and Rosenia Sharp made a pleasant trip out on the Murfrees boro Pike at the Simmons Homestead, six miles out on July 4th. Quite an enjoyable time was witnessed. Sun day, July 9th was the annual rally and basket dinner at Solomon Chapel A. M. E. Church; notwithstanding the inclement weather, quite a fair congre gation assembled both at church and Sunday-school. Prof. Ira T. Bryant addressed the Sunday-school. Revs. T. J. Eatherly, F. Cockrill, Tyree White, J. H. Harding and the pastor, Rev. T. J. Hadden, were the speakers of the day. Mrs. D. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Harlin, Mrs. Eliza Cook and Mrs. Elnora Winter were the guests or Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Foster. Mrs. Charlotte Gooch, after an illness of about four weeks, died July 2. She leaves a husband and five children to mourn their loss. The funeral was conducted from the residence by Rev. C. M. Simmons, with interment at the Murrels cemetery. The entertain ment at the Benevolent Hall on July 4th was quite a success; the table sellers, Mesdames Belle Cannon and Jennie Burnett, deserve much credit MURFREESBORO NOTES. The Children's Dav exercises were held at Key's Chapel M. E. Church last Sunday; a beautiful program was rendered at night. Rev. T. W. Haig ler was here last Sunday for the pur pose of holding his Quarterly meeting. The meeting was well attended. Most every one is anxious to hear Rev. Haigler preach. - Rev. Berks and his Sunday-school will have a picnic August 1st at Dermott's wood, on Stone River. Mrs. Frances McCalley and son went to Nashville last Sun day to visit her father and brother in Rev. P. H. Ruffln, was a winner of a lot 53 feet by 153 feet in a free lot contest given by the United Realty & Investment Co. Rev. H. P. Gordon, pastor of Alexander Chapel M. E. Church preached a great sermon last Sunday, having for his subject Gen. 1:2C: "And 'God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: '::! !' tl . n have domiircu over the fish of the sea, and over the towl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth." Mrs. Candace Fields arrived from SHELBYVILLE NOTES. The public school teachers of the county have commenced their work for the summer. All the schools opened last Monday. Miss Cleo Buch anan and Miss Kathleen Davidson have been v'sitine in Halev. for a week or more. They returned Thurs-I a reception for Mi Lela Brodies, of day delighted with their trip. Mr, Tom Cortner has returned from Chat tanooga, where he went to represent Clarksville, Tenn., who is spending a month's vacation with her sister. Mrs. Ed Vaughn. Those ttrPRPTlt worn A W attended service was held Sunday af ternoon in which more than fifty young people participated. E. Church. Miss Mary Brown, of Nashville, was out recently visiting relatives. Miss Bessie Brown was the guect of Miss Maud Williams Satur day and Sunday. The rebuilding of the A. M. E. Church is almost com- ALLENSVILLE (KY.) NOTES. pleted. The delegates are preparing Miss Gussie Willis, who has been to go to the District Conference, very ill at her home with malaria which will convene at Mt. Pleasant, fever, is reported to be some better.; Mrs. Burrell Russell and Miss Ada L. Dr. W. C. Smith spent one day in Erin, Watkins made a pleasant visit to see Tenn., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh i Miss Mary Brooms Sunday evening. Morrow, of Keysburg neighborhood, Miss Lenora Watkins was the guest spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. I for dinner Sunday of Miss Lue W. and Mrs. Frank Phillips. Mr. James ; Johnson. Miss Tennie WTilliams and Willis was run down and painfully Miss Bessie Brown were the guests of hurt bv a wagon last week. The gro- Miss Annie Alderson Sunday after eery firm of -Holt Sc Son has moved ; noon. Rev. N. Smith preached an ex from their old quarters into a conven-! cellent sermon Sunday night; he took ient store on Church street, where i for his text Isaiah 1:16, 17: "Cease to they respectfully solicit the patronage do evil; learn to do well." We high the. K. P. Lodae at its Grand session! Mrs- Mary Ules, Mrs. Mvnes Ules. last week. Mrs. Delilah McAdams, Miss Maggie Ules, Miss Tecaner Ules, widow of the late I. N. McAdams, is Miss Creacey Ules, Mr. Babe Miller, confined to her room on account of ' Miss Mary Eliza Watkins, Mr. E. Phil sicknesa. She represents one of Shel-! lins Miss Edna Lowe, Mr. Geo. Johns, byville's best-known and highly re-1 Mr- Dock Woods. Mrs. L. M. Thomp spected citizens. Dr. J. A. Jones, re-' son Worthy Matron of the Cansler turned Monday from his trip to Chat-' Juveniles, carried out thirty-one Ju tanooga, where he went to attend the: veniles on the 3rd of Julv to the farm Grand Lodge K. of P., and make some! of Mr. White. There they spent a speeches in the interest of Turner j most enjoyable day. The principal Normal College. He left again this amusement was the ball came The Juniors beat the Seniors 3 to 1. Mrs, Margaret Jarrett and Mrs. Nancv Ca to assisted Mrs. Thompson in caring tor the children. The Mt. Zion Bap tist unurcn, with the two clubs rais ed $b00 in their rally. Dr. G. C. Har den .and Mrs. L. M. Thompson have returned from Chattanooga, where Rev. P. H. Ruffin was the guest Of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stewart last Sun day evening. East Nashville. Mrs. Eddie Overall chattan0sa last Saturday morning went to Nashville last week to attend the marriage of her sister, Miss Mat tie -Scott, to Mr. W. N. Hill. Mrs, Frank Sloan, of Athens, Ohio, and Rev. W. R. Smith, of Memphis, were called to the bedside of their mother. Mrs. Maria J. Smith, who is no better at this writing. Mrs. Mary Holden snows only a very slight improve ment. Rev. J. N. Watkins and Rev. w. W. Todd went to Bellbuckle last Sunday, where both preached Sunday and Sunday night, and re turned on the late train. Rev. J. N. Watkins will go on Thursday, August 5ra, out. tnree miles from Murfrees- boro to the "National Cemetery, where he will hold a convention of the W. P. L. A. A. for four days. Delegates rrom over the state will be present. Miss Henrietta Williams spent a few days in Nashville last week. Miss Florence Kirk spent a few days in iNasnviue. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bobert- son entertained at dinner last Sunday ir. j. Keece, or Nashville. Mrs. Mar garet Jarrett and Mrs. Lucy Sanders have returned home from Nashville, after a happy week's stay, visiting her cousin, Mr. Prince Bowman, 420 Tenth avenue, North, Nashville. Rev. J. H. Watkins, S. G. P., went to Nashville Tuesday o hold a meeting of the Supreme Board of Directors of the W. P. L. A. Lodge. He also visit ed sisters, who is sick at the Masonic Home, of which she has been matron. While-in Nashville he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wade, of Twelfth avenue, North.He reports a Pleasant stay. Mr. Bob Vaughn gave ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having been duly appointed, July 1, 1911, administrator of the estate of Alice Ncal, late of Davidson County, Tennessee, deceased, the undersigned hereby notifies all persona having amounts and demands against said estate to bring them ito him properly made out and verified. Persons in debted to the estate are requsted to make Immediate, payment This July 1, 1911. S. B. NEAL, Administrator. 1606 Harding street W. H. HODGKINS, Attorney. Til Gay street July 14-21-28 and Aug. 4, 1911. CHURCH DIRECTORY. week for Mulberry and Mt. Pleasant to visit the district conferences in session at these places. Dr. J. Q. Johnson left this week for Wartrace to att.-n.-1 the district conference of the Shelbyvillo District A. M. E. Church. Dr. Johnson will teach the Wartrace public school this fall. It is expected that work will begin on, they went last week to attend the 5'" uuunuury at iurner,urand Lodge and Grand Court vullcsc fiuiy ni next monm, alter, sion of the K. of P's. ute meeting oi tne Trustees in Nasn- of their colored friends. Mr. and Mrs. S. IT. Smith spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ghent Morton, of Keysburg vicinity. Mrs. Ada Thomas is still on the sick list. Mrs. Lucy Cummlngs is reported to be slowly improving. Dr. H. P. Beard is reported to be about the same. CENTERVILLE NOTES. All of the county schools opened Monday morning for a six months term. From what can be learned at this writing all the schools had a very good opening. II. T. Crosby, who is teaching at Rocky Branch, car ries the banner for Hickman County. He opened with 42 scholars. Many of the little girls of the Sunday school led by Jennie Hornbreak, Jen nie C. Shaw, and Carl Frierson, gave a very nice concert Saturdy night. Their efforts were to raise enough money to bear the expenses of the delegates to the Sunday-School Con vention, which will be held at Nun nelley, July 26-30. These little girls should be highly commended for their efforts which were a marked success They will some day be leaders in the church and the community. Mr. P, W. Booker left Saturday for Nash ville, where he will spend the sum mer. ly appreciate him, for he is worthy of praise; he has done for us what no other has in several years, he has built for us " a new church. Miss Emorn and Miss Wright were the guests of Miss Elnora D. Gantt Sun day afternoon. LEWISBURG NOTES. Eddie Smith, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Smith, died last Tuesday morning and was buried last Wednes day at Rich Creek Cemetery. Prof. M. L. Jonos, who han been the princi pal teacher over the Lewisburg high school for several years, has a posi tion at Springfield, Tenn., and Is the principal teacher there. The people of Lewisburg regret having to give up Prof. Jones, as he was an upright man with a broad Intellectual power. Death, the Grim Monster, visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hill and claimed for his victim the daughter, Miss Carrie Hill, last Wed nesday morning. The remains were ERIN NOTES. The District Conference of the Clarksville District convened in St. Luke A. M. E. Church, on the 5th, inst. Rev. G. W. Porter signaled the opening, after which Rev. T. H. Hamp ton was elected Secretary and Rev. A. L. Mayneld, Assistant Secretary. Rev. Porter is at present in a mood of convalesence physically but he proved himself worthy to the task as presiding officer with much dignity and ease. All delegates, visitors, officers and friends seemed interested and cheerful. The educational call was met with much good feeling and a splendid report, which seemed to fill the heart of the presiding elder with great elation. Rev. C. H. Grant, the conference missionary, visited the conference. Sermons were de livered with great emphasis and a lasting impression to the District Conference by the following minis ters, viz.: Revs. Chas. Vance, B. A. Graham, J. II. Martin, J. H. Grant and Jas. Kelly. Rev. Mitchell, of the C.i M. E. Church, visited the Conference and will engage in the same work the following week on Wednesday. Much success is wished him. The sad occurance of the week was the death of Jessie Parchman, formerly a citizen of this place, but at present a resident of Clarksville, Tenn. His funeral and interment was conducted by Rev. B. L. Love, presiding elder, assisted by Rev. O. W. Washington and Rev. D. Darden. The services were simple and touching, also well attend ed. The deceased was joined In matrimony to Miss Emma Martin, of Clarksville. Great sympathv is ex tended to the bereaved famMv and relatives. The District Conference adjourned on the 7th, Inst., and the ville next week. Everybody is look ing forward to a great year for Tur ner Normal next session. FAYETTEVILLE NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Commons gave an enjoyable lawn party on last Wed nesday night. A large number was present. The lawn party was given for their club, of the A. M. E. Church. It was a success. The members of the First Baptist Church gave an en tertainment In the basement Saturday night. An immense crowd was pres ent, xney Bold everything and had success, financially. There were two interesting games Thursday and Fri day at 3 p. m. between the Sewanee Tigers and the. Fayetteville Giants. On Thursday the game was very in teresting. The Fayetteville Giants are expecting to play Columbia clubs Wednesday, July 19th, and Thursday, Juiy zutn. Mr. Isom Thompson Is still on the sick list, just a little better. Dr. I. H. Hampton is being kept very busy, as there are a number of sick people. Mrs. Rose Emma Carter left Monday en route to KnoxvIIle. Tenn.. visiting relatives. Mrs. Fokler's daughter and adopted daughter re turned Saturday from Memphis. They report an enjoyable time. The agent will be around to collect and renew subscriptions Monday. Mr. Hurley Bonner and Will Fannin era were ses- They reDort a pleasant time and everything went off nicely. The many friends of Miss Mattie Scott were much sumrised to hear of her marriage, and wish them happiness and long life. The marriage was very simple and quiet. Only a few of her most intimate friends were present. The bride was handsomely dressed in white embroid ery and carried a bouquet of roses and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rob ertson entertained last Monday night in honor of Mr. J. E. Reese, of Nash ville. A delicious ice course was served. Those wbn enjoyed their hospitality were, Mr. George Johns, Mrs. Amia Ross, Mrs. Margaret Jar rett, Mrs. Caroline Sumler, Mr. George Carter, of Ohio. MASON NOTES. Rev. P. H. Ruffin has arrived from Chattanooga, Tenn., where he was at tending the Grand Lodge Knights of' tyinias. itev. Ruffln reports a de lightful session. He was re-elected Grand Prelate of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias. Evening Star Lodge No. 88 is greatly pleased over the election of Grand Officers and more than pleased that our Chancel lor Commander, Rev. P. H. Ruffin, was re-elected to the office of Grand Prelate. Rev. Ruffln has stood and is standing as a mighty rock for the success of Evening Star Lodge No. 88 Mt. Kbthkl Baptist Chubch. Sunday ichool 9 :80 a. m. ; preaching 11 :30 a. m. a. m. and 8 :00 d. m. : communion first Sunday; prayer-meeting Tuesday night Bro. Ed Hunt. MiDerentendent. 714 Smile street; Slater Llxzle B. Merrltt, Secretarf, 82 Berry street ; Key. A M. Merrltt, paa tor, 82 Berry atreet; Bro. James Hall, Church Secretary. Clark Mbmokial M. E. Church. 3o Franklin atreet. Rev. It. T. Weatheroj. ator, residence 20 North Hill Btreet. unday-achool 9:15 a. m. : Dreachlne Sun- day 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Epworth League 6:15 p. m. ; prayer-meetlns Wednesday 7 :30 p. m; clasa-meetlng Fri day, 7 :30 p. m. Lba AriNtJi Christian Chtthph. Sun day-school 9:30 a. m. ; preaching and com munion 11 a. m. ; Christian Endeayor 7 m. : preaching, night serrlce. S d. m. : prayer-meeting Wednesday evening 6 j). hi. liiuer lresion xayior, pastor, 44! V'onrtn avenue, North; Mr. Charlie Powelll, Thurch clerk; MIsr Ida D. Mallory, super intendent of Sunday-school; Miss' Martha Turner, secretary. UNION CONOKEOATIONAL CHTJRC!H. FlSTC Univkreitt. Y. M. C. A.,Theological Hall (Sunday) 9:00 a. m. : nreachlnc. Fink Me morial Chapel (Sunday), 11:00 a. m. ; Sunday-school 1 :00 p. m. ; prayer-meeting (Wednesday, Livingston Hall) 7:00 p. m. Rev. C. W. Morrow, D. D.. pastor. First Baptist Church, Eighth avenue. North. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; preach ing Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Commu nion, First Sunday in each month, 11 a. m. ; teachers' meeting Tuesday, 7 :30 p. m. , prayer-meeting Tuesday, 8:00 p. m. Re. W. S. Ellington, D. D pastor, 911 Seven teenth rveue, North ; Prof. S. P. Harrin, church clerk. 1730 Jefferson street; Prof. J. I). Crenshaw, superintendent. 523 Sec ond avenue, North : ; Miss Octavia CWev. Sunday-school secretary. 1G24 Start; street. Mt. Olive Baptist Chithcii, Cednr street. Sunrise prayer-meeting li a. ni ; Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; preaching Sun day at 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m ; first Sun day, communion services at 3 :30 p. in. , teacher' meeting Tuesday evenings 7:3M; prayer-meeting Tuesday evening at 7 :30 ; preaching Thursday night; Uev. C. H. Clark, I). I)., pastor, 610 Jo Johnston avenue: Mr. Philip Douglass, 130 Jackson strett, church clerk ; Kev. T. J Lewis, Sunday-school superintendent, 1210 Clinton street: Mr. Andrew Allison, Sunday-school secretary, Jackson street : Wom en's Missionary Society Monday afternoon 2:30 o'clock. WHY NOT SPEND YOUR Vacation IN "THE ATHENS OF THE SOUTH" AT THE Rock City Sanitarium The very place for worn out school folks to rest and recuperate THE ROCK CITY SANITARIUM IS NOT A HOSPITAL, but a quiet health home, fully equipped for the scientific treatment of nervous and all other chronic diseases, by electricity, massage, baths and packs of all kinds, sprays, showers, etc. No drugging. Fine operating room and special wards for surgical and obstet rical cases. Lady physician and courteous trained nurses. Beautiful shady lawns. IVrms Reasonable. Hates on Request. ADDRESS: Hit. I'. IK HULL, HL.AKI3 ROCK CITY SANITARIUM 316 Foster St., Nashvill-, Tenn. Prnf .T A wnUomc i mi fighting Saturday night, the latter be-! day, the l lnnUt-CllS, Tenn' ing nadiy injured by Hurley. He Is to take chartre of connned to his bed. Rev. J. M. W. has been recently appointed to Lit- Deshong was In Gordonsvllle attend- tie Miss Arnett Sydnor spent a night Sg J?6 . ?d;-School Convention, last week with her aunt Mrs F D Little noli u? "if1? ?ufl5n- A larse audlpnc at AleiaS: Little Rock; Ark. He has had several der Chapel M. E. Church last Frl- mS wi,? i f i SOmew?at bett5' d nlSht, the 14th, witnessed what Miss Blanche Robinson leaves for is known as the "Tom Thumb Wed Huntsv lie Tuesday morning Mrs. J. ding," which was conducted by two E. Robinson received $200 from the young ladies, Misses Beatrice Stew Endowment Association for her de- art and Alice Boyd. The bride was ceased husband, J. E. Robinson, be- little Miss Eva Boyd and the Kroom ing a member of the Elk River Lodge wnB Master Cassell Knox. The tvni- Kii7?! A' and t- ? Prf; ? J Cal weddIns s ratifying to all who SiL1-1",,!64!? .S?e Prwnt and was highly eulo- "u"lo,"'c lu hiu-iiu me uapiiet rNa- eizeCL Tne proceeds will en fnv thA OMrkMET m tionai Convention. Saturday, July 22, benefit of the mwM. R church Mr ,AT mA'N SO m' Uqrdy Rffln, the youngest son of W SfiCOIld AvC, BL, IfashYille, Tea, PERRY & LESTER COAL CO. Wholesale and Retiil Daaleri la HIGH-GRADE STEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL