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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1911.
It. J. Lylcs, Pres. W. L. Pierce, Sec. f"Treas. II. G. ISichoIs. Gen'I Mgr. Volunteer Manufacturing Co. 200 PUBLIC SQUARE MANUFACTUEREK OF VOLUNTEER JUMPERS, OVERALLS, PANTS J jj B)F OS 34 SO ANB 30 BROADWAY PHONE MAIN 1WM PHONE MAIN UMHl 'We call your attention o Nome real Imi gaiiiN in our .large stock of WHICH YOU AX UUY KITIIKK FOK iC Side hoards from HlO.OOup Chiffoniers from.. up Iron Beds from $3.00 up Wardrohes from S5T.OO up Refrigerators from 81 (MM) up Drugers of all kinds H!).tM) up Old Dressets.- ...LHIO.OO up Parlor Suits $30.00 up In fact we carry -everything in the furniture line from sellar to garret. 'HJiwOTCwy"- trw XTr Jw ,j wp . nlil i ilY -li niriJ ' r rflfi ilitati il-.-rrtn i 3 O o (to 0 Town Notes. o o o . , LEWISBURG NOTES. ; ing in Nashville this week. Miss (Miss Effie Williams, of Chicago, is ' Mattie Davis was down from Peters here. Miss Claudie M. Davis and 1'urg Saturday. Mr. Giles Phillips brother, Willie D., gave a birthday : tell from a wagon and broke his party on the 13tb, which was a very ; shoulder blade last Friday. Miss enjoyable affair. Miss Davis served ! Beatrice Spears, who has been visit a three-course menu. Rev. F. W. ' ins her aunt, Mrs. Nellie Poynter, of Gardner preached at Allen Bethel i Waynboro, has returned home. Mr. Sunday night His sermon was soul- j P- P- Whiteson is dong a good work stirring. Prof. S. J. Mayberry and 1 m the school and has over one hun two of his pupils, Nixon Crutchers 1 dred pupils enrolled. Mrs. C. Grimes t.nd Ilurshell Sims, went to Farming-1 has been quite ill, but is much better, ton Saturday to the bah game played ! The Baptist Association is in session by Belfast and McKenzie. Mrs. Etta ! here. Quito a large delegation was Davis gave an entertainment on last ! in attendance. Rev. Diggs preached Wednesday nieht to comDliment the i an able sermon at the A. M. , &he brought her sister's little boy home wun ner. jur. J. j. l'almer left last week for his vacation in Chicago. iMrs. Sallie Pryor, after a long stay in Paris, has returned to her home in Memphis. The Henry County Color ed Fair will begin October 5th and continue until the evening of the 7th. School day wil be the first day of the Fair, the 5th. Mr. Giles Bobo, one of Mt Zion Baptist Church's oldest members, is very sick. Mr. M. Fitz gerald has put up a nice hall for entertainments, which is much need ed in Paris. Franklin Band. The yard was beau tifully lighted with Japanese lanterns and refreshments of all kinds were served. The band furnished music. Mr. P. H. McBride is here from Kuntsville to visit relatives. Miss A. P. Davis spent Sunday in Moors- ville. Mrs. Francis Copeland is on Church Sunday. Prof. P. P. Whitson arrived here a few days ago to make this his future home. Rev. W. G. Goings will preach the educational sermon here Sunday night. PARIS NOTES. Mrs. Williams has returned from the sick list. Misses Maggie Lee j her visit to Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Davis and Effie Mai Phillips are visit-1 Powell has returned from her visit; r PEOPLE UY AH m & ON BEAUTIFUL Mount Nebo New Houses SI 0.00 cash and SI 0.00 per month Vacant Lots, $4.00 cash and $4.00 per month Property is near the Gray & DudleyFou ndry, Ransom's Mill, New Shops and Murphy Addition. Oi!LY A FEW iYIORE LEFT Come quick and get first choice. When these are sold, you will not be able to buy on these terms. 7VL G. COBB 407 1-2 UNION ST. PHONE, MAIN 4950 H NEELYVILLE (MO.) NOTES. Rev. W. M. Jackson, pastor of the C. M. E. Church at this place, preach ed a wonderful sermon last night. His text was "What Think Ye of Christ?" The school at this place is getting on fine. Prof. T. G. Walker is doing a good work here. Miss Willie V. Stroud, teacher of the Hazel Dell School, is getting on just fine in her school work. This is her first school, but she has proven to be an excellent teacher. Miss Mary E. Jackson was the guest of Miss Willie V. Stroud Sunday afternoon. i Mr. Nelson E. Townsend was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davis Sunday afternoon. Rev. C. W. Chat man, who was here for two weeks, assisting Rev. Coleridge in a revival at Friendship Baptist Church, left' last Friday morning ror his home in Arkansas. Rev. Chatman is a great revivalist; almost as good as our own Dr. Coleridge. Mr. Howard Whar ton, of Muskogee, Okla., is here spending a few days. He has been having chills, but is better now. The following persons have bought a gin snd will operate it this fall: Rev. R. B. Benton, Samuel Haynes, and N. E. Townsend. Mr. S. P. Walker will leave the latter part of October for Tennessee. ANNOUNCEMENT I CHURCH DIRECTORY. We ari authorized to announce MK. V.11. WAIHML.E ASA CAN II III AT H ! (OllNHLSIAN From tlm 1 KhM'uril. Sollcltsthe votes orll. - WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE MR. A.-J LUCAS , AS A CAN DILATE FOR COUNCILMAN I KII T1IH FOUKTH WARD AT llli; ENSUING CITY ELECTION. JUDGE JAMES L. WATTS The Candidacy of Hon. Jas L. Watis for the City Judgeship appeals tu favor able consinei atton of all o mI citizens Vote for him, 'A ork for iiim thu, aiding in putting a man who knows law in the office TO THE VOTfRS OF THE 1 1 th WARD Having continually f-trxtd you for twelve years in i he City Council I ask your favora le consideration. 1 will ap preciate your vote and influence at the ensuing Municipal election Respectfully. ACGUST &C1IA1SOT I am the Democratic Nominee for CITY COUNCIL from the 12th Ward and will appreciate your vote and influ ence at the ensuing city election. Iam for a Greater Nashville. Respectfully, M. A. SIMMONS. We are authoiiztd to an nounce Mr. S. P. Harris as a Candidate for Councilman Irom the 3rd Ward at ensuing city election, Oct. 12th. turning Saturday night, reports a happy time. Miss Bettie Bright is sick. Mrs. Fannie Dickson is very sick. There was a grand entertain ment at the C. P. Church Saturday night, given by the Pastoral Club. The "Fun Makers" showed here on the 18th, 19th and 20th. An immense crowd witnessed an enjoyable pro gram each night. Misses Sallie Com mons and Jennie Whitaker leave Saturday for Turner Normal College, Sheibyville, Tenn. Mrs. Marian Buchanan and daughter, Juda, were called home Monday on account of sickness. Mr. ft in hi. Bai-tj&t Cauucu. Sunday chool l au k. ih. ; preaching 11 :3oa. in. i.. m. and h :(MI it. m ! (iiumtinlitn ftrf I Sunday , prayer meeting Tuesday night. iru. hi nuni, nupereuienuent, iit Mnimj treet ; Sinter Llxzle 15. Merrltt, Set-nur, 62 Merry Btreet ; Kef. A M Merrltt, ua tor, S-' Merry street; Mro. James llall. Church Secretary. Clake. Memorial M. K. Cmrucu, 3W8 Franklin street. Key K. T. VVei.theroy. pastor, residence 20 North Hill street. Sunday-nchool 9 :15 a. in. ; preaching Sun day 1 1 a. m. and 7 :30 p. ni. ; lipwortn Leatrue. 6:15 p. m. ; prayer-meeting Wednesday 7 ;d p. m; class meeting Fri day. 7 :30 p m. L.ka avk.m'b Christian Church. Sua day school St 3( n.' m. ; preaching und com munion 11 a. m. ; Christian Endeavor 7 p. in. ; preaching, nhht service, s p. m. : prayer-meeting Wednesday evening h p. ta. Elder Preston Taylor, pastor, 44! Fourth avenue. North ; Mr. Charlie I'owelll. vhurch clerk; Misi- Ida I). Malloiv, super intendent of Sunday-school; Miss Martha Turner, secretary. L'.MuN Cd.NUHKOATIOML CHCROH, FlSK Uni vf.i:ity. Y. M. C. A.,Tneological Hall (Sunday) 0 :(u a. Jra. ; preaching, Halt Me morial Chapel (Sunday), 11:00 a. m. , Sunday tchool 1 :00 p. m. ; prayer-meeting (Wednesday, Livingston Hall) 7:00 p. tn. Rev. C. W. Morrow. D. D., pastor. Fiusi lui'iisr Church, Eighth avenue. North. Sunday-school :30 a. m. , preach ing Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Commu nion, First Sunday in each month. 11 a. ni ; teachers' meeting Tuesday, 7 :30 p. m. , prayer meeting Tuesday, 8:00 p. m. Rev. W. S. Islington, D. D., pastor, f)U Seven teenth pveue, North; Trof. S. P. Harrln, church clerk, 1730 Jefferson street ; Prot. J. D. Crenshaw, superintendent, "i23 Sec ond avenue. North ; ; Miss Octavla Coffey, Sundiiy-s'hool secretary, 1624 State, srreet. Mt. Olive Baptist Omiiicn, Cedar street. Sunrise prayer-meeting 6 a. ni; Sundny-school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching Sun day at 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; fust Sun day, communion services at 3 :30 p. m. , teachers' meeting Tuesday evenings 7 :30 ; prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 7 :30 ; nrpiiehlnj,' Thursday night'; Uev. C. U. Clark, D. D., pastor, 610 Jo Johnston avenue : Mr. Philip Douglass, 130 Jackson street, church clerk ; Uev. T. J Lewis, Sunday-school superintendent, 1210 Clinton street; Mr. Andrew Allison, Sunday-school secretary, Jackson street ; Wom en's Missionary Society Monday c.'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 luinbe and build your house. Call us for either PHOXE MM 2071. 1012 UAMi T0 STREET. BRENTWOOD NOTES. A number of people from Nashville and Franklin were here Sunday to witness the baptizing .from the M. E. Church. Fifteen were baptized. Rev. W. M. Parrish, of Centerville, on the 10th and 11th will preach here at the First Baptist Church. Rev. Wright, from East Nashville, is conducting revival for Rev. J. C. Crosby at the First Baptist Church. Rev. D. L. Hunt, from Nashville, filled the pul pit Sunday night at the First Baptist Church in Rev. Crosby's absence. Mrs. Bill Edwards has returned home after a summer's stay at Chicago, 111. Mrs. R. E. Hunt is somewhat in disposed at this writing. Mr. Osc.r Owens and Mr. R. E. Hunt went to Westwood Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Oscar Owens. While there they visited a white sanctified tent meeting. The schools here are progressing nicely. FAYETTEVILLE NOTES. 'A large crowd attended the State Fair, leaving Monday, the 18th, re- DUCK RIVER NOTES. There was quite a large crowd out at Center Station Sunday. Mr. Mar shall Keeble, of Nashville, Tenn., and brother Dennis English, of this place, preached. Their sermons were highly enjoyed by all. Rev. Keeble also preached at Pleasant Union Sunday night. The people are highly pleased with Rev. Keeble's work. He held a five days' meeting here this year. There were two additons. lie also held the Air Rock meeting. He did a great and grand work. Those baptised were Mr. Tom Sharp, Hedgi Marlowe, Sadie Mae Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs., Kmmms, two Misses Linces, and others. Mr. Will catney and Mrs. Bell Hogans are sick. Mrs. Alice Kennedy will have a sale the 23rd of this month. Mr. Jim Grant and family have returned home. Mrs. Gantt has been off carrying on meeting. The school is moving on nicely. The teacher, Miss Addie Griffie, made a trip to Centerville Saturday. Death came in our midst Tuesday evening and claimed Sister Adline Flemings for ts victim. She had been sick for a long time. She leaves a hus band, nine children, other relatives and a host of friends to mourn her loss. She will be laid to rest in the Savage Cemetery. DR. V. ROMAN, SPECIALIST IN Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases is now permanently located in lirs new boilding i:t:i Clmrrli Hi. 13. E. GREEN fe CO. THE TINNER. Tin, Iron, and Asphalt Roofirg, GutU. ing, Valleys andStoves Repaired Special Attention Given to All Work m Twelfth Avtnu e, Korth, Kashf ille. Ttu HORTENSE NOTES. A grand entertainment was given here Saturday night, the 23rd. The farmers of Hortense are now busy housing tobacco. Misses C. R. Wash ington and M. L. Niblett and Mr. A. G. Brooks returned home Thursday after spending several day$ in Nash ville. Miss Ernestine Robertson, of Charlotte, Tenn., is here visiting Mrs. L. B. Pennington. Mrs. Sallie Teasley was the guest of Mrs. Quencey Car ney Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Diclfc erson and Mr. George F. Teasley spent the afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. J. Childress, in Dickson, 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. Terms Reasonable. Hairs on Hcqnent. ADDRESS: IMC. I.. lSieM. It LAKH ROCK CITY SANITARIUM 316 Foster St., NashvilU, Tenn. 10c LUINCH 10c The Standard Restaurant M. D. D WIGGINS, Proprietor. Tenn., Sunday. Mrs. Delia Dickson returned home Saturday after spend ing a few days with relatives in Nash ville. Mrs. Ondia Suggs Is still Im proving. Little Cleavia Long is still Ilia w