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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1911.
V I Out of Town Notes, j GOES TO CARTHAGE. Miss Mamie L. Jennings has gone to Carthage, Tenn., to visit her sis ter. Miss Fannie B. Jennings, who is teaching at that place. WILLIAMSPORT NOTES. The convocation of King Solomon's Band met with Jones Camp No. 20 at Claiborne-Smith Chapel Thurs day, August 24, continued two days, PARADE FOR. LODGES. PLATE I, We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banner is per illustration given above, at price? ccording to quality of materials and trimmings, ranging from $50 to $75; silk embroidered work from $80 to $110; hand embroidered bullion work from $135 to $260. Specifications furnished on banners at any price desired. :: :: :: PLATE 2. This nows a very popular design foi &. U. O. of O. . Lodges. Front made f white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur fein, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf wd oil colors, back of red banner sateen. Trimmed with imported gold lace, fringf tassels, etc Hardwood pole, wood croy bar, rin cover and holster. Prices Q tz -ZZ. v" "f the ahs-e Banners will q made for any other orgJ. "ion at sam prices, changing emblems and lettering to suit the Order. :: :: s For further information wrlie to 9 National Baptist Publishing Board. R. H. BOYD, SMMtary. . BlNp I G.U.0.of0.F C3 It was the grandest that has been here. Jones Camp No. 20 raised an nually $250; paid out $100 on the hall repairing, $30 for the sick. El Ring Camp No. 56, $250. Smith Camp No. 48, $62.62. Welcome Camp raised $06; paid out for sick benefit $4.50, and other expenses $9.00. The Con vocation adjourned Friday night It was a sad parting. There were fifty delegates. Mr. Bridgeford and wife, of Pulaski, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Russell while here. Mrs. Allen, of Pulaski, and Miss Mary Griffin, Campbell Station, were the guests of Mrs. Julia Alderson while here. The protracted meeting began Sunday night. Rev. Smith hopes to have a good success. Little Miss Elda Lane Collins will return to Nashville Saturday, after a three weeks' visit with relatives and friends of this town. Mr. Leonard Hutcherson has returned home from Nashville. He was very sick, but is better at this writing. Mr. Johnson and Mr. R. L. Bridgeford of Pulaski, were the guests of Mr. Snowdon Gantt during the Convocation. Mr. Martin was the guest of Rev. G. W. Gummer during the Convocation. Miss Cordelia Wims was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Sophia P.. Russell, from Thurs day to Saturday. Kev. N. Smith preached a ppirited sermon Sunday night. Mrs. Mary Weatherspccn and husbi.nd were the guests of her sis ter, Mrs. Hattie Hutcherscn during the Convocation of King Solomon. MURFREESBORO NOTES. Mrs. Frusy Henry entertained at dinner at her home on North Maneys avenue, in honor of her presiding eld er, Dr. Johnson, last Monday.Those present were Mrs. Ella Huffman, Rev. Burch, Miss Willie Alexander, Messrs Ed. Turner, and George Smith, and Mrs. Fannie Lamor of Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Sallie Patterson and Mrs. Bettie Henderson made a trip to Nashville last week to see her sister, Mrs. Rosa Neal, who is very sick. Mrs. Neal's father and brother, Mr. Harvey Childress and Mr. Charley Childress, also visited her last week. Mrs. Idella Smith and her son, James, have returned home after spending a week in Nashville. Mrs. L. M. Thomp son has returned from Indianapolis, Ind.,' where she went to attend the ses sion of the Supreme Lodge Court of Calanthe of the K. of P. She reports a grand time. While there she was the guest of Mr. Wm. Rucker, her brother. Mrs. Ed Vaughn has gone to Clarksville to spend a few weeks. Mrs. Fannie Lamar, of Birmingham, Ala., has returned to her home after spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Judy Peebles, of Lee street. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lillard entertained at dinner last Sunday at their home on Castle street, the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Major King. Mr. Joe Scott, Jr., and Miss Malissie Snell were quietly married last Saturday night at the homo of the bride. Miss Florence Kirk, who has been v ery sick, is much improved. Mrs. Beulah Marshan, of 934 Cedar street, who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs. Jane Wilson, for three weeks, re turned to her home Monday. Miss Ida Smith, of Chattanooga, visited her mother, Mrs. German Brown, Jr., I recently. Mr. Jesse Brown spent 1 Sunday in Nashville. Mr. German Brown, Jr., was the guest of Miss Jo anna4 Hill at Antioch Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Ilowse, of Nashville, is the guest of her brother, Mr. Charley Guy. Miss Joanna Hill, of Antioch, was the guest of Miss Annie Brown recently. Miss Gertrude Hicks and Mr. James Rhodes, of Nashville, were the guests of Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. Amanda Simmons has returned home after spending a few days in Lebanon. She also stopped in Nashville to visit her daughter. Mrs. Dan Waggoner. Mrs. Ollie Lee Officer, after spending last week in Lebanon the guest of Mrs. Nannie McGreggor, has returned home. Mrs. Officer made scores of friends while in Lebanon. Miss Char lotte Sanders and Miss Sadie Shatlon, of Nashville, will be the guests of Mrs. Ollie Officer for a fortnight. Mr. G. W. Wilson, Grand Vice-President of the D. A., spent a few hours in Murfreesboro the guest of Mrs. Ol lie Officer and Mrs. John Williams. Mrs. G. C. Harden will leave in a few days for Memphis, Mississippi and Hot Springs, where she hopes to improve her health. Mrs. John Gilt ner was the guest of Mrs. G. C. Har den last Sunday. Miss Mamie J. Ganaway was in Nashville last week. She returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Neal, of NashviPe, spent last week here on their return from their trip to Washington, D. C, and Baltimore, Md. They report a nleasant trip. Mr. Edgar McAdoo, of Nashville. RPent a few days hero last week with Mr. E. M. Woodson; he returned home Monday. Miss John- - ff-rwpwpcHrj K. J. Lyles, Pres. W. L. Pierce, Sec. & Treas. II. G. Nichols, Gen'l Mfr. Volunteer Manufacturing Go, 200 PUBLIC SQUARE MANUKA CTUEKEK OF VOLUNTEER JUMPERS, OVERALLS, PANTS Giles County Colored Fair lAecall the attention of the public to the fact that the 6th Annual Colored Fair Of Giles COMMENCES AT PULASKI, - TEININESSEE On THURSDAY', SEPT.21ST Ami ('onliniipH Three Days All kinds of attractions and amusements, great displays of live stock, poultry, house hold productions, fine arts, etc 1 he baby show Thursday, evening the first day. All old Soldiers free on Friday: reduced admission fee to teachers and pupils on Friday and spelling match on Friday evening. Everybody VAelcome. J. M IIIUm'N. Vrrn. II. II. MOIlllKLL. Sec',. c nio E. O'Neal took a pleasant ride last Sunday among her friends. Mr. McAdoo was her company. Mrs. F. G. Carney was in Chattanooga last week with the Masons. She was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Davidson, Missionary avenue. Mrs. Sarah Mill er was in Chattanooga also with her brother, Dr. Gilton, on East Ninth street. Mrs. Rena Henry also visit ed the Masonic Grand Lodge. Dr. G. C. Harden was in Chattanooga last , week He was a delegate to the Ma- sonic Grand Lodge. Rev. Bell, pastor ; of the First Baptist Church, with a number of other ministers, left Tuesday for Smyrna to attend the Stones River Association. Miss Ma tilda Green went to Nashville last week and took the city examination. She was a successful candidate. Prof. F. G. Carney was in Nashville Wed nesday visiting his brother, Mr. J. P. Carney, on Patterson street. Miss Mollie E. Leigh, one of our county teachers and a student of Roger Wil liams University, is teaching at Eagleville. Shereports a fine school. Miss Florence Kirk is very sick at this writing. Mrs. Lizzie Lillard died and was buried on last Monday at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. The funeral services were conducted by Revs. B. F. Anderson, Rucker and Sumter. Mrs. Anna Ross left last Tuesday to spend, one week with relatives in Shelbyville. Mrs. Margaret Jarrett spent Sunday at Smyrna. Lena Strat ton is very sick. Little Allie "Will Long, of Chattanooga, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Green. Dr. John Golden, of Chatta nooga, was in the city last Saturday. He will leave for Chicago Wednesday. CULLEOKA NOTES. Mr. W. D. Kelly delivered quite an interesting address Sunday evening at the A; M. E. Church. Mr. Charlie Mitchell was the guost of Mi3S Birdie E. Hunt Sunday. Mr. Charlie Bcokcr was the guest of Miss Birdie E. Hunt Saturdav. Mrs. Jane Bolton is sick. Mr William Brcdcn. or Lyimviiie, Tenn, visited the Culleoka public school Monday. The echool Is pro- gressmg nicely. Mr. W. D. Kelly was the guest of Mr. Anderson Hugna Saturday night. He spent Sunday night with Mr. Joseuh Abernathy. Miss Birdie Epps, Mrs. Edna Field, Laura Haywood and Ada Epps re turned from the Association Sunday. Rev. M. C. Murray preached quite an interesting sermon at the A. M. E. Church Sunday night. Mrs. Etha El dridge has moved over on Cave Hill. Mrs. John Harris is quite ill at her home on Locust alley. Hope Rebec ca Household of Ruth No. 2CC5 had quite a successful meeting Saturday. Messrs. Cicero and Anderson Hughs made quite an able address. FRANKLIN NOTES. Last Monday evening Mrs. Effie House gave an entertainment at her home in honor of her aunt, Mrs. Mol lie Scruggs, of Louisville, Ky. Those present were Mesdames Ida Southall, Ramsie, of Texas; Sarah Cohn, Josie P. Merrill Agnes Short, Emma Bates, Misses Carrie R. Otey, Mamie Otey, Geneva Threalkill. After different games were played, late in the after noon a three-course menu was served. Miss Mattie L. Neely was hostess of fauarian Art Club Wfdnesday even ing. August 22, with the president presiding. The mrenng was opened j H nropor form. Roll was called and par-h member responded. Needle work becan at a late ho"r. A two-course menu was served. L'1e Green snpudip" tv- i Nash ville with her moth"'" aH Monds. COLUMBIA NOTES. Misses Florence and Eddie Slaten entertained Saturday evening and night for Mrs. Clarence Bunch, of Nashville. Music and games were indulged in till a late hour, when a two-course menu was served. Among those' present were Misses Ida Half acre, Janie Greene, Charity, Mattie, Irene Merriel, Maggie Greene, Mariea Coombs, Laura Coleman, of Nash' Ville, Mesdames Robert Greene, Italy Trotter, Harlan Greene, John Brown, 0f Nashville: Jesse Buford. Mrs. T. A. Frierson. of Decatur. Ala.: Emma Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Web ster, Mr. Clarence Bunch, of Nash ville. Miss Janie Greene entertained Thursday night in honor of her guest, I Mrs. Clarence Bunch, of Nashville. 1 Whist was played at four tables, aft- . t A . wmcii a iwo-course louncn was served. Among those present were Misses Ida Halfacre, Maggie Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Buford, Mr. and Mrs. Ran kin Doyle, Mesdames Itlay Trotter, Emma Evans, Lucretia Holston, of Chicago, Messrs. A. Bradshaw, C. Bunch, Robert Greene. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Buford enter tained in honor of Mrs. Clarence Bunch with a dinner at 1 o'clock Those present .were Misses Florence Slaten, Mesdames Emma Evans, Mary Webster, Janie Greene. Mr, and Mrs. Chas. B. Webster enter tained with a 6 o'clock dinner for Mrs. Bunch, of Nashville. Those present were Mesdames Emma Evans, Pearlie Jackson, Louis Buford, Miss Janie Grene. Miss Laura Coleman and Mrs. George Bienkly, of Nash ville, are the guests of Mrs. Laura Brown. Mr. T. A. Frierson, of De catur, is the guest of her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown, or High street. Dr. R S. W.hite is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Green. Miss Maggie GteeniGntertaineid Wednesday evoA ning for Dr. R. S. White and Miss Mariea Coombs, of Nashville, and Mrs. T. A. Frierson, of Decatur. Miss -oeau-ice lioraon entertained the young folks Wednesday evening fori Master Allen and Robert White, of! iNasnvuie, DICKSON NOTES. Mr. Jude Bell, of North Dickson, died at his home Thursday night. He was buried Saturday under the auspices of the Masons of Charlette. A wife survives him. Miss Vinnie Sylvertooth, who has ben teaching in the Sears settlement, came home and spent Saturday and Sunday. Quite a large crowd of Dickson peo ple attended the picnic at Charlotte Friday. Mrs. Nannie Pointer and her sister-in-law, Miss Beatrice Joint er, of Chicago, are visiting Miss Ellen Brown, her mother. Prof. W. H. Hynes was here this week with his moving picture show. He gave three grand lectures at the various churches. Miss Lillie Levell has ac cepted the position of teacher in the Dickson public school. The public school of Dickson opened Monday Parents should see that their children attend. Mr. John Holmes is some what indisposed this week. Mrs. B. V. Porter is on the sick list. Little Canarie Ilanna visited Miss Lula Hill last week. Mrs. L. Bransford, of Union City, was here visiting her sister Mrs. Alice Dean. Rev. J. F, Don" pntor of St. James A. M. E, Church, is carrying on a revival; we hopp for him success. Mrs. Robin son is sick. Mrs. Callie Deshazer has ruird home after visiting Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Tidwell for some Mr. Bn Tidwell is on the sick list. M'cs Elnora Bibb is also HI. M- Fdith Deshazer has gone to CHURCH DIRECTORY. Mt. r.nnKL iuitist Chohch. Sunday ichoul U:3U a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m. . a. m. and 8 :00 p. m. ; communion first Sunday ; prayer-meeting Tuesday night, itro. Kd flunt, supereotendeni, 714 bmllej street; Slater Llnle U. Werrltt, Secretary, 82 Kerry street; Iter. A M. Merrltt, pas tor, 82 Ilerry street; Bro. James liall. Church Secretary. C'lakk Memorial M. B. Church, SOS Franklin street. Iter It. T. Weiitheroj, pastor, residence 20 North Hill street. Sunday-school 0 :15 a. m. ; preaching Sun day il a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Kpwortb League, 6 :15 p. m. ; prayer-meeting Wednesday 7 :o0 p. m ; class-meeting Fri day, 7 :80 p. m. Lea Avbncb Christian Church. Sun day-school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching nnd com munion 11 a. m. ; Christian lindeaTor 7 p. m. ; preaenmg, nignt serrlce, h p. m. ; rayer-tueetlng Wednesday erenlng 8 j. rn lder I'reston Taylor, pastor, 44! Fourth avenue, North; Mr. Charlie Powelll, vhurco clerk : Mm Ida D. Mallorv. suner- Intendent of Sunday-school; Miss' Martha Turner, secretary. Union Congreoational Church. Fibk Univkukitt. Y. M. C A.,Tbeological Hall unuaji u :vv a. m. ; preacning, lUk Me morial Chapel (Sunday), 11:00 a. m. ; Sunday-echool 1 -.00 p. m. ; prayer-meeting. (Wednesday, Llrlngston Hall) 7:00 p. m. Itey. C. W. Morrow. D. D.. pastor. First Baptist Church, Eighth ayenue. North. Sunday-school 3:80 a. m. , preach ing Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Commu nlon. First Sunday In each month, 11 a. m ; teachers' meeting Tuesday, 7 :30 p. rn. , nrayer-uieetlng Tuesday, 8:00 p. m. Ite. W. S. Ellington, D. D., pastor. Oi l Seven teenth pveue, North; Prof. S. P. Harrln, church clerk, 1730 Jefferson street; Prof. J. D. Crenshaw, superintendent, f23 Sec ond avenue. North;; Mies Octavla Coffey, Sunday-school secretary. 1624 State street. Mt. Olivh Baptist . Church, Cedar street Sunrise prayer-meeting d a. w; Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; preaching Sun day at 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; lirat Bun day, communion services at 3 :30 p. m. , tenchera' meetlnpr Tuesday evening 7 :30 ; prayer-meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30; nrenchlnj,' Thursday night; Rev. C. II. Clark, D. D., pastor, 610 Jo Johnston avenue; Mr. Philip Douglass, 130 Jacksoo street, church clerk; Rev. 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. 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Lady physician and courteous trained nurses. Beautiful shady lawns. Terms Reasonable. Rates on Request. ADDRESS: L.. LSIIBLL It LA III? II It. ROCK CITY SANITARIUM 316 Foster St., NashvilU, Tenn. Bellsburg, Tenn., to open school. Miss Beulah Suggs left Monday for Iron Hill, Tenn., to open her school work. Mrs. Mary Horner has re turned from Waverly, Tenn., accom panied by her mother, Mrs. Lottie Mays. Mrs. Rachel Tidwell and Mrs. Eliza Tidwell returned from Nash ville Saturday. Grand Master J. II. Slaten was here last week and spoke very entertainingly to the Immacu lates here. YUM YUM NOTES. Rev. W. L. Petty held his revival at Pleasant Grove last week. They were blessed vith twenty conversions. The baptizing will be on September 3rd. Mrs. Lucy Hall was visiting her sister and attending the revival. Mr. William Seabury and Miss Mol lie J. Bradd were quietly united in marriage on the sixth. Pleasant Grove is looking like a new church, it has been nicely painted. The Women's Auxiliary of the Ten nessee Colored State Fair will meet every Wednesday from now on, till the Fair opens, at 3 p. m. at Mt. Olive Baptist Church. All members are urged to be present and on time, ae there Is much business of Importanca.