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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1911.
I Out of Town Notes. j PULASKI NOTES. Mrs. E. C. Dangerfield has just re turned from a pleasant trip to Chat tanooga, where she has been visiting. Mr. Rezner Fitzpatrick, of "Lewis burg, was here Sunday and Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Danger field. Mrs. M. L. Brown, of Veto, Ala., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dangerfield a few days last week. IDA PAIThlP FOR LODGES. m PLATE I, We manufacture X. P. Lodge Banners w per illustration given above, at price iccording to quality of materials and trimmings, ranging from $.10 to $75; silk embroidered work from $80 to $110; hand embroidered bullion work from $135 to 1260. Specifications furnished on banners it any price desired. :: :: :: PLATE 2. This shows a very popular design foi S. U. O. of O. V. Lodges. Front made ff white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur tain , of red silk. Painted in gold leaf nd oil colors, back of red banner sateen. Trimmed with imported gold lace, fringe tassels, etc Hard wood pole, wood cror bar, tr'xn cover and holrter. Prices JQ . fc , v gjjjMre Banner wil j made for any other rgw 'ion at Bam prices, changing emblema and lettering to suit the Order. :: :: .: For further Information wrvie to 4 National Baptist Publishing Board, R. tl. BOYD, SmmUit. 4 a hi. .Wi-xH'i'K 3' l G.l).O.of0.r i ALLEN SWELL NOTES. . Mr. and Mrs. James Bibb entertain ed Rev. N. C. Smith, wife, Mrs. H. E. Smith, daughter and grandson. Miss Adelia C. Smith and Theodore Wil liams, of Nashville, Tenn. After din ner they had a great watermelon feast. Rev. J. W. Samuels and L. C. Bibbs spent Sunday at Bell Chapel visiting Rev. Samuel's parents. Miss Jeanette and Gussie left Monday morning for Hopkinsville, Ky., where they will attend school. Mr. Nat Frazier came Sunday morning to be at the bedside of his nephew. Mr. Patterson Frazier. Jr., and sister Car rie Frazier, both of the M. and F. College, of Hopkinsville, Ky., arrived Monday morning to be at the burial of their brother, Steven Frazier, who died Sunday with typhoid fever. Mr. Patterson Frazier left Monday even ing, enroute to Nashville bythe way of' Hopkinsville, Ky., to attend Me- Jiarry College. Mr. R. M Smith ia f now the agent of the Globe. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bibbs entertained Dr. W. C. Smith, wife and daughter, Adelia, and little grandson, Saturday evening. MURFREESBORO NOTES. Miss Mamie Ganaway left for her school in Paducah, Ky., Thursday. Dr. Hamilton, of Smyrna, visited Miss Ganaway Tuesday. Prof. F. G. Car ney made a flying trip to Springfield last Saturday and stopped over in Nashville to see Mrs. S. B. Neal, who is sick. Miss Rowena Martin, of Milton, is visiting Mrs. F. G. Carney this week. Miss L. M. Thompson is again able to be out and will leave for the Baptist Convention, which will convene at Smithville. Rev. J. W. Swift, of Tullahoma, is here helping Rev. Brown in his revival. The band concert that was given last Monday by the Magnolia Band was quite a success. Mr. Edward Carr was in the city last Sunday, the guest of Miss Johnie O'Neal. The mother of Mr. Haliburton was here last week from Mississippi. She only spent two days. Mrs. Elmira Childress and her daughter, Mrs. Sallie Patterson, and Mrs. Nettie Childress attended the funeral of her brother, Mr. Marshall Miles, at Cemetery. Mrs. Florence Murrt made a. flying trip to Nashville recently. Miss Viola Todd and little sister, Mandy, were the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Mattie Jordan, last week. The A. M. E. Church had a rally last Sunday that was a success. The First Baptist Churah will have .' a rally next Sunday. Mrs. R. A. Overall, who has been sick, i3 able to be up again. Mrs. J. E. Scott is preparing to take a trip to Memphis to visit, hpr A an ph tor Tra A1K Scott Brone. Miss Florence Kirk, who has been very sick, is much im proved. YUM YUM NOTES. Rev. W. L. Petty baptized twenty candidates on the third Sunday. Mrs. Hannah Bonner, one of Pleasant Grove's oldest members, died on the 2Gth, ult, and was buried at Shiloh Cemetery. Mr. D. Young is visiting his sister in Florence neighborhood this week Mr. G. W. Williamson left this morning for the National Convention at Pittsburg, Pa. The Educational Mass-meeting, District No. 4, will meet at Pleasant Grove on the 16th. Inst. Rev. T. .T. noiis-lAs. j D. D., president, Miss Williola Austin, secretary. DECHERD NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vance gave a reception Friday night in honor of Mr. Overton D. Woodard, who is vis iting in Decherd. Music and games were the features of the evening. At 10:20 o'clock the guests were seated at the table, where a tempting menu awaited them. Those present were: Mary E. Acklin, Daisy Embry, Laura A. Acklin, Emma Acklin, Mr. and Mrs. Hull, C. B. Maitin, Joe Simmons, Henry Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liams. TULLAHOMA NOTES. Rev. J. S." Swift preached an excel lent sermon last Sunday. The rally was a great success. Rev. N. B. Mor ton, of the A. M. E. Church, preached a soul-stirring sermon at 2:. 10 o'clock. Mr. Bob Jones has gone to Louisville, Ky., to accept a position with his brother-in-law. The Eureka Band that played for the Fayetteville Fair made quite a record. MASON notes: Miss Nina P. Fields nas gone to Brownsville, Tenn., wliere she will open a millinery store. Dr. B. L. Ruffin, formerly of Memphis, Tenn., now ot Brownsville, Tenn., was in the city last Sunday and Monday vrsiting his parents, Rev. and Mrs. P. II. Ruffin The revival at Alexander Chapel M E. Church closed last Friday night, with the conversion of eight souls durng the week's meeting.. Mrs. B. P Fields and Mrs. Emily Boyd were guests of Mrs. F. D. Ruffin last Sun day afternoon. Miss Hazel Maddox, one of the city school teachers, is on the sick list this week. The death angel visited the home of Mrs. Lucin da McNeal last Friday morning and carried away the eldest daughter, Mrs. Anna Johnson, who had been recently brought by the mother from her home in Little Rock, Ark., where she was very sick. The deceased, Mrs. Anna Johnson, is survived by a husband, Mr. Johnson, of Little Rock, Ark., amother and two sisters. The funeral was attended by Rev. G. W. VYT.ley. pastor of St. Mark C. M. Church, who was assisted by Rev. H. P. Gordon, pastor of Alexander Chapel M. E. Church.' Interment took place in Magnolia . Cemetery. The Army Worms are doing great damage to cot ton crops in this part of the state. They are cleaning up things as they go along. ! FARM NtiTON NnTFR Mrs. Nana Crowell died recently at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. B. Lewis. The funeral took place at Simpson Chapel M. E. Church, attend ed by Rev. R. A. Doweil. She was a good Christian woman. The church and community have lost a true and faithful friend. She leaves a husband and three children. Mrs. Ephraim Dryden has returned home after an absence of several weeks visiting relatives in Chattanooga. Mr. J. B. Laws left for Huntsville, Ala., last Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Doweil spent Saturday and Sunday at Shelby ville. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Scales. Rev. S. M. Utley, D. S., held his fourth quarterly conference the first - Sunday. The young people of Simpson Chapel Ep worth League rendered a very nice program on the first Sunday even ing. Paper, "How to have a success ful Ep worth League," Miss Maud Robinson. Select reading. "An Ap peal to the Young Negro Boys and Girls," Miss Bettie L. Smiley. Re marks, Rev. G. W. Marsh, of Lewis burg. Address, Dr. S. M. Utley, who said many good things to the young people. The protracted meeting will begin at the M. E. Church next Sun day night.' Rev. J. M. Mosley, of Brentwood, will assist Rev. Doweil in the meeting. Mr. Ross Dryden has returned from Huntsville, Ala. Mas ter Doweil will cmfwypsnrx,oqyfian, ter Shelah Doweil will leave in a few days for Shelbyville, where he will enter Turner Normal College. Little Beatrice Smiley, who has been indisposed, for, Several, weeks, is on the road to recovery. Mr. Roy High tower is very sick at his home. Prof J. H. Bishop, accompanied by his pupils visited Prof. J. B. Jones and school at McKensie last Sautrday. They report a very pleasant trip. FRANKLIN NOTES. Miss Annie Taylor entertained the CtTrnation Club at a late hour in her home on the Nashville Pike Wednes day evening, witn" a number of ladies present The meeting was opened in proper form, with the president presiding, after which the club was entertained with music. At a late hour a two-course menu was served. Dr. R. L. Redmond, who has been the victim of a sprained ankle and internal injuries of the right side, is getting along very well at this writ ing. The doctor has been In since the 4th of August, but is now hoping to be out soon. HORTENSE NOTES. The Missionary and Educational Meeting convened at the Mt Olive Baptist Church, September 6-10. It was conducted by the missionary Rev. J. L. Collins. Rev. J. R. Bowen, of Clarksville, Tenn., preached Wed nesday night; he spoke from St. Mat thew 17:4, "Lord, it is good for us to be here," and made it quite interest ing to the congregation. Thursday night Rev. F. L. Quarles preached from' St. Matt. 2:2; his text was, "Where is he?" subject, "Looking for a Man." The choir furnished music all through the session. Rev. F. L. Quarles filled the pulpit again Friday night, speaking from St. John 1:1, "In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God." Rev. Quarles made a powerful talk, both nights and the people were much . revived. A mis sionary feast was given here "Satur day night; it was quite a success. Sunday, Rev. G. Northington preach ed;, he spoke from the 25th chapter of the Acts of the Apostles. . The collection in the meeting was $7.52. A number of guests from various places attended the meeting Monday, and refreshments of all kinds were served. Mrs. Caroline Mallory, Miss Annie Jones and Mr. J. T. Mallory re turned home Monday evening after spending a few weeks with relatives in Montgomery and Robertson Coun ties. Mrs. India Suggs, who left here a few weeks ago for Clarksville to go to Dr. Burk's infirmary, is getting along nicely and will return home Boon. Little Cleavee Long is still on the sick list 4 PARIS NOTES. Mrs. Powell is visiting her father and relatives at Mound Bayou, Miss, 11. J. Lyles, Pit. W. L. Pierce, Sec. & Treas. II. C. Nichols, Gen'l Mr. Volunteer Manufacturing Go. 200 PUBLIC SQUARE MANUFACTUERER OK VOLUNTEE1! JUMPERS, OVERALLS, PANTS Dr. Powell made a professional visit last week to Henry in consultation wth Dr. Parr in attendance of the best and wealthiest citizens of that community. Miss Lucy Atkins ' is quite ill Mr. Jasper Palmer is im proving. Mrs. Parr visited Paris last Sunday. Mr. Chas. Carter has just completed a stone wall fence in front of his home, which is quite compli mentary. ' Rev. G. P. Woodson left yesterday for Pittsburg, Pa., to attend the National Baptist Convention; the membership needs to be congratu lated for giving their pastor the valu able trip. Rev. and Mrs. Hampton were entertained by Mrs. J. C. Brown on the 10th, inst. Mrs. Ethel King, of Hopkinsville, is visiting her moth er, Mrs. Eliza Waddy. Mrs. J. C. Cheek gave a very interesting ex hibit at Quinn Chapel Monday night, the 11th. Mrs. Earnestine Armstrong left for Louisville Monday afternoon, after a visit to her. mother, Mrs. Johnnie Lee. ' MURFREESBORO NOTES. Miss Charlotte Sanders, after a few cmfwy shrdl cmfw cmfwyp cmf pleasant stay of two weeks in Mur freesboro, the guest of Mrs. Ollie Officer, has returned to her home in Nashville. While in Murfreesboro she was highly entertained. Mr. Thomas Buford, of Nashville, was the guest of Miss Charlotte Sanders for three days atUhe home Jf Mrs. Of ficer. Mr. Tommie Hamilton honored Miss Sanders with a lovely drive over the town on last Sunday. Mrs. G. C. Harden entertained Miss Char lotte Sanders and Mr. Thomas Buford Labor Day night at her home on South Maneys avenue. Quite a num ber of young people of the town were present. On Thursday evening the members" of the So-different Club gave a matinee dance at the Red Ce dar Garden In honor of Miss Char lotte Sanders. Misses Maggie and Mary Eules will leave in a few days to enter Walden. On Friday evening Mrs. Ollie Lee Officer entertained Misses Mary Eules and Charlotte Sanders. Quite a lovely time was spent in conversations and whist. Punch was served. The rooms were decorated with ferns and roses. Mr. Erskin Lytle has returned home. Miss Katy Grisham is improving. Mr. Wm. Smith and Miss Maggie Reed were quietly married at the study of the pastor, Rev. D. T. Burch, on last Tues day evening. WILLIAMSPORT NOTES. Rev. N. Smith went to Lynnville last Tuesday to attend the preach ers' normal which convened at Iynn ville A. M. E. Church, Rev. Scott West, pastor. The revival closed last Friday night with forty-four add ed 'to the church; eighteen infants, six returned, twenty conversions. The baptising was held Friday evening at 3 o'clock, resulting in thirty-four can didates. We had with us during our meeting Rev. H. L. P. Jones, presid ing elder of Columbia District, Rev. Murray of Columbia, Dr. T. W. Steph en, M. D., D. D., of Columbia, Rev. J. J. Tarker, of Nashville, Rev. Set tles, of Columbia, Rev. Scott West, of Lynnville. All preached soul-stirring sermons. We were glad to have them with us in the meeting. This revival was the grandest in the his tory of our church. The meeting was held both day and night and more children were added to the church than ever before at this place. The church is planning to have a pink tea party Saturday, September ICth, given by the ' Stewardess sisters; there will be several speakers on for the night, among whom will be Rev. II. L. P. Jones, D. D. The quarterly meeting will convene here Septem ber 18th, inst. Miss Lue W. Johnson was the guest of the Misses Russell Sunday evening. Mr. Isaac Pitts, of Franklin, is here visiting friends. Mr. Elmore Gantt and sister, Beatrice, have returned from Centerville after a few days' visit to their sister, Mrs. Sam Totty. Their little sister, Mag gie, will remain iri Centerville until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie; Rus sell are rejoicing over a fine baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Straghorn, had a very pleasant trip Sunday to Primms Spring, and also to Grace's Branch; while there they attended service at the A. M. E. Church. Mrs. Mattie Walnwright has gone to Pul aski on a visit to friends. Messrs. Howard and Leonard Hutcherson spent from Friday until Saturday in Centerville. Mrs. John Hutcherson is quite ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dansly are all smiles; its a boy. Mr. James Tyler and Mr. Odie Brooks spent Friday and Satur- Jday in Centerville. ! CHURCH DIRECTORY. Mr. f'KTHKL Baitist Chpbch. Suoday tchool V 3o a. 111. ; preaching 11 :3U a. m. t. m. ud 8 :(( p. u. ; communion first Sunday ; prayer meeting Tuebday night. Uro. lOd Hunt, upereniendent 714 Smiloy treet; Slater Lizsle U. Merrltt, Secretary, 8 Merry atreet; Rev. A M. Merrltt, pna tor, 82 Berry atreet; Bro. Jamea Ball, Church Secretary. CLARK MEMORIAL M. E. CllOHCH, SOS Franklin atreet. Hey . R. T. Wentheroj, pastor, residence 12U North Hlil atreet. Sunday -bcbool 0:15 a. m. ; preaching Sun day 1 1 a. ra. and 7 :30 p. in. ; Epworth League, 0:15 p. m. ; prayer-meeting cdueaday " ;uj p. m ; class-meeting Fri day. 7 :3 p. m. i.ka avkmik Christian Chdrch. Sua da.v -school 1) :30 a. m. ; preaching nnd com munion 11 a. m. ; Chrlatlan Endeafor 7 p. m. ; preaching, nhbt service, h p. m.1; prayer cieetlng Wednesday etenlng b j. m. Kldi;r I reston Taylor, paetor, 44! Fourth avi-tiuc North: Mr. Charlie rowelll. vhurch clerk: M!sn Ida D. Mallory, super intendent of SuDday-school ; Miss' Martha Turner, secretary. Union Comiriotational Church, Fisk UMVEiiSiiT. Y. M. C A.,Theologual Hall (Sunday) 0:00 a. m. ; preaching. Unit Me morial Chapel (Sunday), 11:00 a. m. , Sunday-school 1 :00 p. m. : prayer-meeting ( Wednesday, Livingston- Ilall) 7 :00 p. m. Rev. C. VV. Morrow, 1). D.. pastor. First Baptist Church, Eighth avenue. North. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; preach ing Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. ra. ; Commu nion, First Sunday In each month. 11 a. m. ; teachers' meeting Tuesday, 7 :30 p. tn. , prayer-meeting Tuesday, 8:00 p. m. Rev V. S. Ellington. D. D.. pastor, 914 Seven teenth r.veno, North ; Prof. S. I'. Harris, church clerk, 1730 Jefferson street ; Prof. J. I). Crenshaw, superintendent, r.23 Sec ond avenue. North;; Miss Octavta Coffey. Sunday-school secretary. 1G24 State street. Mt. Olive IUi-tist Church, Cedar street. Sunrise prayer-meeting 1 a. m; Sunday-school 0 :30 a. m. ; preaching Sun day at 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; first Sun day, communion services at 3 :3) p. a. , teachers' meeting Tuesday evenings 7 :30 ; prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 7 :30 ; prenchlng Thursday night ; Rev. C. H. Clark, D. D., pastor, 610 Jo Johnston avenue; Mr. Philip Douglass, 130ii .TncksoQ street, church clerk ; Rev. T. J Lewis. Sunday-school superintendent. 1210 Clinton street; Mr. Andrew Allison. Sunday-school secretary, Jackson Ptreet; Wom en's Missionary Society Monday o-.'ternoon 2 :30 o'clock. GRAVES - CHILDRESS LUMBER AND GOAL GO. We will sell you your WINTER SUP PLY of coal We wi'l sell you lumbe and build your hou? e. Call us for either PH0E HAH 2071. 1012 fltlll,Tl STREET. DR. C. V. 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INUHKI, ItLAKK ROCK CITY SANITARIUM 316 Foster St., N.slivill., Ten. 10c LU.NCH l()c The Standard Restaurant M. D.D WIGGINS, Proprietor. DECATURVILLE NOTES. Beech Grove Lodge A. F. and A. M. met last Thursday night Much business was transacted. Rising Sun Lodge K. and L. of II. met Saturday in a successful meeting. MIbs Jewle J. Scott returned home Saturday iron