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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911.
rz 11. J. Lylea, l'ret. W. L Pierce, Stc. & Trs. U. G. Nicliuls, jVI igt, Volunteer Manufacturing Go. UNION MADE 200 PUBLIC SQUARE MANUFACTUERER OF VOLUNTEER JUMPERS, OVERALLS, PANTS "X , ly cheered both dudIIs and teachers' C K ! with, a nice lecture. Rev. Mitchell n j v. as an eye witness to a few of the i ! recipients of the school who have fc; bought some of the professor's medi- M 1 cine. Prof. Childress was the guest V cf Mrs. Julia Brigham and husband J bunuay evening and was served with tnree-course menu. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Mt. r.iTHEi. Baptist Chobch. Sunday chool U :30 a. m. ; preaching 11 :30 a. ol a. m. and 0 :0l p. m. ; communion first Bundar ; prayer-meeting Tuesday night, liro. L1 Hunt, auperentendent, 714 8ml ley treet ; Slater Utile ii. Merrltt, Sermarj, 82 Uerry street; He?. A M. Merrltt, uaa tor, 82 Kerry street; llru. Jamei Llall, Church Serretary CijkKK Memukul M. E. Church, SUS FrauMlo mreot. Kct It. T. Weatberoj, pastor, renidnte Jjo North Hill atreet. Suuduy-ftrbuol :15 a. in.; preaching Suu duy i l a. ai. and 7 :30 p. in. ; Kpworth Lsue, o:lo p. in.; prayer-uieetlnj, ROGER WILLIAMS NOTES. Friday evening, the Gth Inst., the nnual reception was given by the president in honor of the new stu- the amount of $200. Several Others dents, and the comfort and hannt. suffered the loss of small amounts nets of the old in the parlors of I- v ',r by coming in contact with pick-pock- Phillips Hall. The occasion was li ets. ivev. ana Mrs. lorn iJeeier, Mr. largely attended by both day etui and Mrs. Henry Peeler attended the dents as well as boarders. Many funeral of their niece, Mrs. Furger- Wt ml stories were told about the son, in Mt. Pleasant last Sunday. Mrs. varied experiences of vacation which Furgeison was the daughter of Mrs. caused much of laughter and amuse Ida Cates. Mr. Hugn Merrell, Jr., :, C:it. Later the matron Berved a and Miss Virgie Morton were quietly dainty two-course menu which was married last Sunday at 4 p. m. at the complimented by all who were for heme of the pride's parents, Mr. and utnate enough to be present. Satur Mrs. Ed Morton, on Eleventh street. day afternoon, the 7th Inst., a part ratiier Coombs, of the Episcopal nf the football tpam nf T?np-or Wit. I .icvai Jr t - J, B. KENNEDY Livery, Boarding - and Sales Stable Up-lo-dute AUT03IOIIILI5 For Hire 110 Third Ave., N. Telephone M. 415G LrnKue, o .io p. uj. , pinjer-iueetiu I -, ..,.1, MhoViamIIo nffimotoi lTva Wednesday 7 p. in; clasB-ineeiing Fn i ""rui, lNasnvme, omciaieu. Mrs. Hams joined in with other college day, 7:80 p. m. Mary Jane Jones and Mrs. Lula niavers of the citv to nlav Mpharrv dHVTa hr! ri' f CU?Z, are to at- Medical College an exhibition game . ; i hristian Kudeavor i mc juucim ui Luyn idiuci, lui. at ureenwooa rark, in comoiiance oarn Amos, mr.-vvm. uoason nas with a request made by the authorl returned from Chicago. Mrs. Willet- ties of the George W. Hubbard Hos la V right, of St. Louis, the house pital Fund in the Field Day sports, guest of Prof, and Mrs. J. H. Kelly,, under the' auspices of the aforesaid was honored with a surprise party Hospital Fund. There is always a lust Tuesday night by the following self satisfaction atached when one friends: Mr. and Mrs. John Irvin, performs a duty the end of which is Mrs. A. J. Morton, Mrs. Florence to promote some charitable cause. So vhite, Miss Janie Green and Misses the boys were not averse ta the peal Birdsong, Bradshaw, Wilkes and ing 0ff of the first bark of their chins Hughes. After several very interest- t entertain spectators who so largely ing games refreshments were served, attended the Field Day sports. Mr. Frank McLemore, of Chicago, is Sunday evening at 7:30 President visiting his sister, Mrs. Mabel Zolle- Johnson delivered the initial address croft. Mr. Frank Cooper continues before the student body on the sub- quite m at nis nome on tne iiamp- . c 0f "vhi Is My Neighbor?" shire , pike. Miss Janie Green was Monday morning, the 9th inst', Rev. "At Home" to a few friends In hon- Ti. j. Townsend carried his brother or of Mrs. Willetta Wright last Fn- George out to 'Roger Williams and day night. Mr. Jonas Wilkes, left there enrolled him as a regular stu last week for the West. He will re- ,i,,nt- The enrollment continues to turn next spring. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. increase at a very rapid rate. Ac B. Webster have gone to Nashville (.Crdhr? to a statement given out by lor an, lnaenmw stay. . , munion 11 a. tu p. in.; preaching, nl-bt service, s p. m. ; prayer-uieeting Wednesday evening b ,p. ta. Elder I'reston Taylor, paetor, 44! Fourth avfiiue, North ; Mr. Charlie PowelH, vhurch clerk; M!hh Ida D. Mallory, super intendent of Sunday-Mchool ; MU Martha Turner, secretary. L'mn Congregational Chdrch, Fiss Uniyki:kitt. Y. M. C. A.,Theological Hall (Sunday) 9:00 a. ui. : preaching, Mslc Me morlul Chapel (Sunday), 11:00 a. m. , Sunday-ei hool 1 :oo p. in. ; prayer-meeting (Vednenday, Llvlngmon Hall) 7:00 p. m. Iter. C. V. Morrow. U. I)., paster. KiRSf Hafiist Chumcu, eighth avenue. North. Sunday-school 0:30 a. m. , preach lug Sunday 11 a. tn. and 8 p. m. ; fommu nlou. Kiist Sunday In each month. 11 a. ni. ; teachers' meeting Tuesday, ' 7 :30 p. m. , prayer meeting Tuesday. 8 :00 p. m. Ke. W. S. Eillngton. U. I)., pastor, 91 1 Seven teenth rveue, North : Prof. S. r. Ilarrln, church clerk, 1730 Jefferson street ; Prof. J. D. Crenshaw, superintendent, f23 Sec ond avomie. North ; ; Mlas Octnvla Coffey, Sunday school secretary, 1624 Statu street. Mr. Olivh Hai'tist Church, Cedar street.--Sunrise prayer-meeting it a. m; Sunday-schonI 0 :30 a. m. ; preaching Sun day at )1;30 a. .tn. and 8 p. m. ; lirst Sun day, communion services at 3 :30 p. in. , tenchers' meetlnpr Tuesday evenlnats 7:30; prayer-meeting Tuesday evening at 7 :30 ; preaching Thursday night ; Itev. C. II. Clark, l. D., pnstor, GIO Jo Johnston avenue: Mr. Philip Douglass, 1S0 Jacksoa : street, church clerk; Rev. T. .1 Levis. Sunday-school superintendent, 1210 Clinton street ; Mr. Andrew Allison, Ann-day-school secretary, Jackson street: Wom en s Missionary Society Monday tJternooo 2 :8p o'clock. lU'JIBER AND COAL CO. .. will sell you your WINTER SUP PL of coal . We wiU sell you lumbe andb uild your house. Call us for either MONK MAIS 2071. 1(112 II.13111T0N STREET. Till. C- V- ROMAN, SPECIALIST IN Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases is now permanently located in his new building 1.1(13 Chnrcli St. E. E.GREEN & CO. THEjriNNER. Tin, Iron, and Asphalt Roofing, GUtti ing, Valleys and Stoves Repaired . Special Attention Given to All Work' 609 Twelfth" Avenut, North, , Kashyille, Ttu (Crescent l5jLa!! Store .1. W. ISKM.IIT A CO., Proprielorw Has an ideal line of Drugs and Chemicals Headquarters for the celebrated AMERICAN HAIR GROW ER and SOAP HW.V.lXl ATTENTION (ilVKN lMtKSCIHI'TIONS Townsend Hid., 537 Main St. Phone Walnnt 874 irrrtfciiiiiil1 lb n WHITE'S SPECIFIC TIIK iHATICWT itV ALL IIICAUTIFIKKS. A wonderful FACE C 'EE AM that positively does all that is claimed for it. Cures. Pimples and Ringworms, removes Tan, Freckles, Sunburn, Liver Blotches and other Facial discolora tions. A perfect BLEACH that beautifies the Complexion, without injury to the most delicate skin. Its merit has given it a national reputation. "OXCE USED ALWAYS USED," has been the experience of our thousands of customers. Atrial will convince you. t 1 ill CIO 2Sc AT ALL IlllUCifilSTS. 79 WHITE'S SPECIFIC TOILET COMPANY, NASHVILLE, TENN. Frof. A. M. Jackson, the register, there has already been enrolled two- ! thirds as many as were enrolled the The Place For Sick People to Get Well Safely. Quickly and Soundly : IS AT THE Rock City : Saiiitarhiin All acute or chronic non-contaftious dis eases ; treated successfully WITHOUT DRUGS. Rheumatism, diseases of the nerves, blood, kidney, liver and stomach especially benefitted by our methods,--diet-ing, baths, electricity, massage, etc. Spe cial wards for surgical and obstetrical cases. Fine location and splendid equip ment. Rates within the reach of all. WRITE IS FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS The Rock Citv Sanitarium PHONE WALNUT 87 DR.L.ISE3BLLBLAKE MECICAL. DIRECTOR 316 Foster St.. Nnshvill., Tenn. DECATURVILLE NOTES. The. Masonic Lodge met .Thursday nHre of last vear. Is that nroe- night, Mr,. J. M. Yarbro, W. M., pre-, vesg There Is no question. Last siding. Much business was trans-' Monday morning twenty-five enrolled acted.. TJie t Masons are getting busy at once- So Roger Williams continue herer'to build a new hall. Friday, to rise and develop along ail lines Bright Star Chapter O. E. S. met, i for good In many substantial ways. ivjis. fliiiiie wnue, prebiuing. lurec applications for degrees were re ceived to be conferred next meeting. Queen Victory Temple S. M. T. met FARMINGTON NOTES. Rev. D. C. Dobbins failed to fulfill luesaay evening, Mrs. cora YarDro, Mable Dren, who has been sick presiding This temple is In fine;for ite whn ig m al shape and is doing good work. The nicely Miss Golie AUison gpent last H. E. Cole, Ur. J. I). Fowler COLE & FOWLEU LICENSED REAL ESTATE DEALERS Negotiate loans, build houses on small monthly payments. All business entrusted to us will receive prompt attention. Office. Pythian Temple Phone M 4415 Taylor G. Ewlng LAWYER Practices' in all the courts, makes appli cations for claims and pensions; negotiates loans. lie" asks a share of your hnsiness OfliceV.Brown block (upstairs) Cedar . St.j officers elected at the Baptist Asso ciation held at Clifton are as follows: Rev. J. B. Dixon, Moderator; H. F. Harber, Assistant Moderator; Prof. W. M. Meeks, Recording Secretary; Miss Menthia Meeks,' Assistant Sec retary; R. M. Yarbro, Corresponding Secretary ; Clay Choat, Treasurer. Amount raised, over ?100. The next place ' of meeting will be Savannah, Tenn., Thursday before the fourth Sunday n , September, 1912. Messrs. G. W. Pettigrew, Jr., and J. W. Pet tigrew are doing a nice butcher busi ness! here! Several of our young peo ple attended services at Parsons last Sunday night. Miss E.,G. Yarbro is expecting- a visit from Miss Beatrice Spears, of. Clifton, this week. Mr. S. S. Scales, of Clifton Bend, is here at , work. , Mr. J. A. Andrews sold two loads of cotton , for $99.95 last week. Miss Lillian Pettigrew is yet dealing with the breads and.mar-s ol the Smith house. Prof..M. C. Jone pur chased a nice scope c .M-nb l lar.d last week. Mr. H. C. Yarbro, 1). V. Walker and wife, Jan Fryer and wife and A. E. Laster vrsvi pleasant callers at ' the home ot Prof. Jones Sunday. Mr. V. L. Scort m;irti a business .trip to Perryvihe Saturdny. Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Georgia Mai Williams, of Belfast, Tenn. Mrs. Lottie McLean and little daughter, Floye McLean, spent Satur day night and Sunday with her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Nal Davis, of Belfast Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Turner spent the after noon Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Smith. The C. C P. Church had a splendid supper Saturday night. Mr. Oscar McLean spent Sunday at Milltown. The widow McLean spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. J. Boren. Misg Annie Tannie Ewing spent a few days and nights with her relatives and friends at Belfast. Misses Callie Mai Hightower, Bettie Lou Smiley, Willie Curlee and Lela Jones spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Harvey, and also in the afternoon their guests were Messr? Ernest Smiley, Roy Robinson and Frank Smith. Miss Lela Jones is progressing nicely with her little school. Mrs. C. P. Boren left for Nashville Tuesday to attend the con ference. Mr. John De Orr took din ner Sunday with his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Orr. Master Brandford Jones spent Sunday night with his cousin, Eddie Lee Orr. I n m an i iin .i i u.-i nnjiipm in i ! mm i in hmiiihiiwi u i n mini zT 1 Turee. Ouestas Solves! N ECOI!OiVlY, HEAT, SERVANT Upoii the payment of three dollars the Gas Company will place a Gas Cooking Stove in your home i TELEPHONE MAIN ItSO 12 SZ fl m r . -w-v f. -i 1 J r A At Those on the sick list this week aiewr- ume unee ana mr. An.nur uiincan went, to oiumuia on ousiness last week. Mr. Ed Shelton, Mrs.Elzie Pettigrew and Mrs. F. A. Jones, Subscribe lor the Globe and read what your people are doing. ERIN NOTES. Rev. B. L. Love fillel his appoint ment here Sunday with .i vow pleas ing sermon. He is teaching at Mc Kinnon and reports his church ana school there in a prosperous condi tion. Mrs. B. L1, Love, wno Is teach ing oh Jiida Branch, visited her home Sunday, after a three weeks' stay. .She reports her school moving on nicely. After . spending a day with her husband, they both left this morning for their fields of labor. , Masonic , innterests are at a high pitch here. They report a rapid growth in a new membership for the month of September. Prof. Wm. Childress and his assistant, Mrs. L. Hughes, . highly entertained the . pub lic Friday night with, a program of their t school. Mrs. . Childress ( per formed at the organ. She returned home Saturday, evening, accompanied by Mrs. M. E. Scott to Clarksville. Prof. Childress is having a great suc cess -along .school lines. He has a large enrollment.. Rev. Mitchell, pas tor, of' the" C.- M. E. Church, visited the public school ithls week and high- WINCHESTER NOTES. Dr. Waytes has returned from Ken tucky where he was called on busi ness. Mr. Chas. ' Gray will leave for Memphis Monday. Rev, Martin of Clarkville who has been here hold ing a revival at the Baptist Church, was called home to attend the fun eral of one of his members. Mr. Mickiel Gray left for Chattanooga Sunday. A large number of people went to Tullahoma last Wednesday to the show. Mr. Henderson Trimble and Arder March will leave for Mem phis next week. Rev. Hawkins is preparing to go to the annual con-, ference, which will be held in Chat-, tanooga. Mr. Ben Franklin left Mon day for California. LO G TS FOR a o. ran pening 1911. f TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24 IN J. W. TONER'S SfB-DIVISOS, IS BEAUTIFUL LOTS, 30 BY 181. This property is within 2 blocks of the N. & C. New Shops; within 3 Mocks Dudley's Foundry; only 2 lilorks from West Nashville far line; only a short distance from Fisk University ami the Colored Slate' Normal; with in a stone's throw of Ashcraft I'uhlic School. It is within I block and a half from Mt, Nelio Baptist Church, and about 3 to d'onlon Chapel M. E. Church. These lots will sell to colored only, bein in the best colored settlement of our city. These lots are jroinir n the 21th, for $300.00, without interest. Our terms are $5.00 down, and $5.00 per month. Sale begins at 10:00 o'clock a. m. sharp. : There will be plenty of re. freshmenls and barbecue on hand. Take West Nashville or Charlotte Kike street car, pel off at 281 h avenue, go north on 28th to Clifton street, and you are at the property. Deeds and abstracts clear. Please don't for iret the date, Tuesday, October 21th. Sale, jroes rain or shine. Respectfully Yours, C. VV. DICKERSOft, Agent Residence: - 2416 Clifton Street PARIS NOTES. Mr. Robt. Miller met with the sad accident to get his leg broken at the L. & N. Shops Sunday last. Mrs. Ethel King left for Hopkinsville Sun day afternoon after a visit to her mother, Mrs., Eliza, Waddy. Little Juanita, the daughter Of ' Mrs. Annie Green, is on the sick list, also Mas ter Lawrence Dumas. Mr. Henry Fitch Is convalescent. Mr. Joseph Porter ;has returned to Memphis, af ter a short' visit to 'his relatives. ( r WILL BE TO -YOUR BEST FINANCIAL INTEREST TO GET OUR PRICES ON YOUR FALL AND WINTER SUIT0R 0VERC0T OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE. WE INVITE YOUR CAREFUL INSPECTION. P1UCE & CAKNEY , Merchant Tailor iiioxi:. main iom)i:aii:iiick sr Master Ernest Palmer departed this life October the 1, 1911.' He was 17 years rof age,and-a pupil of the pub lic school, and a member 1 of- the Quinn Chapel A. , M." E, Church. His funeral was conduc1 ted try the1 pastor, Revj 'T. W. Hampton, and assisted by Rev. G. 'P. Woodson. : The schbol'at- tended in a body and his school mates served as pall-bearers. . They, were 'as follows: Masters . Robt Boman, Lawrence Dumas, Cursell Diggs, Cornell Atkins, Albert McCall and Samuel Cooper. The very high , respect ' was , shown to the ' deceased ' by the many beautiful flowers that were given. . ir ' '; . .I-"