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ding anniversary February 13tli. A
fine dinner was served. The guests
Tho Ladies Ideal Art Club gave
miitA swpll entertainment last were ReT. and Mrs. J. H. Thompson,
night, the 14th lnSt..atbeuian mp- rroL ana i?. -. ,. voted member or forty yearg- Rev,
Calvin Norman officiated. Prof. J
here last Sunday morning and went
out to the country home of Prof, and
Mrs. J. Thomas Carouthers and spent
the day. On their return they sjtent
a few hours very pleasantly with
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Morton. Thence
to their home in Nashville. Mrs.
Julia Ann Johnson departed this life
February 17th at the home of her
son, Mr. Henry Johnson. She had
lived to a ripe old age, being 90
years old. Her funeral was from St
Paul, of which she has been a de-
tlst Church. The banquet was first
class in every respect. The church
was beautifully decorated with red
hearts and white and red paper. The
ladies wore special colors. Mrs. M.
A Turner and Mrs. Pearl Stevens
die McFee, Mrs. Nannie Harbor, Mrs.
J. C. Churchwcll, Mtssis. Anderson:
"Webb, Prof. P. P. Whirson, Dallas j
Chnppell and Norrls Culps. Mrs. j
Williams is a fine entertainer and all j
were made happy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe !
W. Johnson, president of Roger Wil
liams University, was here for a day
th? first of the week. Mrs. Celia
BIrdsfng is quite sick at the home
of her son, Mr. Thomas Birdsong.
wore costumes to represent Japanese Brlggs and their two little children Mrg M Neavels and children have
0r, B,.rvori t the tea table. Mrs. i came very near uiuwumg a, iew
Augusta White, Mrs. Mary Etta Gor-, weeks ago while driving across a j
don Mrs Ella Malone, Miss Anna creett a icw umea uum
Lindsey and Miss E. M. Bramlette buggy and two mules,- his wife and
served at the fruit and oyster stand. ! the two children sank out of sight in
t.i iirEr Mrs. T.ula Mason ; ten or twelve feet of water. Mr.
1U1 -'-DO i
and Miss Catherine Daiy servea
cream. On reception, Misses Sadie
Daly and Leola Facin. Post office,
Mrs. Fannie Martin and Miss Willie
Harper. Fortune Teller, Miss Leola
Facin. Quite a number of distin
quished guests attended the banquet,
which made it a success both finan
cially, socially and numerically. The
ladles of the Art Club deserve a aeai
Briggs waited till his wife came to
the top with her two children un
der her arms, then caught her and
swam out with them. It seems a
miracle how they were saved.
The many friends of Mr. Joseph
Thompklns were glad to see him out
to church last Sunday, after many
of credit for the manner in which ! weeks' illness. Miss Leola Firse con
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thin hieh-class entertainment was
ccnducted. Mrs. Lula Mason Is
president and Miss E. M. Bramlette
is secretary. Rev. Gray, the sancti
fied preacher, was In town Sunday
and preached in the day and at night
to his people. He goes from here to
Decatur, Ala. Services were held at
the other churches by the pastors in
charge. The Sunday-schools are In
creasing in membership In all the
Sunday-schools of the city. Mr.
Henry Lewis left last week for his
tinues In a very serious condition,
and distant relatives have been sum
moned to her bedside. Mrs. Mattie
Kelly spent last week In the capital
city. Mr. Hurley McKinnon, janitor
at the courthouse, has been confined
to his home for the past three weeks
with lagrtnpe. The Earnest Workers
Club, of St. Peters A. M. E. Church,
presented the parsonage with a hand
some large parlor rug worth $25.
Mrs. Wheeler, the president, deserves
great praise for her untlr'ng energy
In securing this much-needed comfort
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REAL ESTATE BARGAINS AND
110 1-2 Cedar Street Nashville. Team.
now nnmo in t ixiiiis. iir. .1 u n u
hoa wn nn tho eirk list for the pastor's family. Rev.
for several days, though he is some- Giaham began a series of sermons
what better this week. Mr. Wesley lsst Sunday morning on Kadesh
Potter Is reported to be very sick ; barnea, which drew unusually large
a this writing. Mrs. Fannie ; audiences morning and night. He
Rhodes, the wife of Mr. Real Rhodes,; will continue the samesubject .next
is on the sick list. Rev. J. M. Gen-. Sunday. St Peters Church is re
try has returned from a trip in Ala-, joicln? in the announcement that the
bama, where he went to fill his ap-; ev. Dr. Caldwell, head of the Allen
pointment at his new charge. The Christian Endeavor League, will
meeting of the Giles County Monthly ' spend the first Sunday in March
Association Saturday, the 17th, was with them. A great time is anticl
the largest and best of the year, r-ted. Services at Mt Olive Sunday
n-arty all the teachers being present i were good. The pastor, Rev. E. M.
Physics by Prof. H. H. Thompson; ! Seymour, preached in the morning,
Algebra by Mrs. Margarette Mason;
Standards in Education by Mrs. Mat
tie A. Bridgeforth; History for Qrad-
ed Schools by Mrs. L. A. Holbert;
and Rev. J. F. Fuller preached at
night The Morning Glory Sewing
Circle of the Mt Olive Church met
last Friday at the home of Mrs. Nan-
returned to Detroit, Mich. Mrs
Patimce Gwynn is very much lm-
proved after several weeks of sick
ness. At the banquet given by the
Household of Ruth No. 95 Miss Be
atrice Gordon's name was left off the
program through an oversight She
was pianist. Rev. J. W. Thompson
has returned" to Allen's Creek, where
he has charge of a church. The Wil
ling Workers ftf St. Paul A. M. E.
Church gave an entertainment Feb.
19th. The main feature was -"Tail
ing the Donkey." A prize was of
fered to the one who could, after be
ing blindfolded, connect the discon
nected member. Mr. Ernest Collins
was the lucky one. The Stewardess
Board of St. Paul gave a Valentine
Entertainment, which ' was quite a,
success, both financially and socially..
Every one of the boards is at work.
Every department of he church la
getting busy, preparing for the
spring rally. The readers of the
Globe will hear from St. Paul Sunday-School
next week. They are get
ting very busy. Mrs. Leila B. Nel
pon, of Chicago, is here for an in
dennite stay with her mother, Mrs.
Cornelia Gorden. The many friends
here of Prof. R. S. White, of Nash
ville, are 6orry to hear of his illneBs
and hope for him a speedy recov-
nev. k. M. Smith, pastor of tho
First Bapt!-.t Church, left for Birming
ham,' A'a., Tuesday morning on busi
ness. Rev. John Bryant,, formerly of
this town, was here several days last
weeK on a visit to his old homo- T?,-v
Bryant is traveling in the interest "of
his race and lectures to that end
from time to tim. Let all of the
i-oiumuia people read the Nashville
U!obe and get the news. it is
oesi wrgro paper in the state. See
ur. ononner about it. Mr. p-.ri At
Androw Cartwrleht. rf vwm,-,
stituted the program. A communi
cation from Prof. W. F. Reynolds,
nounclng the appointment of Prof. J.
T. Bridgefor:h conductor of the
! Grammar diviion of the Middle Ten-
nes-ee Colored Teachers Association
"WTien vou want any thin? the in Un was read and endorsed. Prof. H. H
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of Drug, perfumei or Toilets Call
DAVID J. KUHN'S
' DRUG STORE
Phone Main 1718 and I will be out
to Bee you at once with my .
WILLIE TI&DALE, 1ft.
Arithmetic bv Prof. S. J. Butler, con- nie Davie. Tne urcie was largely
a'tfnatd ana tney ukk in i4. ine
Circle is doing excellent work. The
n:enu served was delightful. Miss
Myrtle Minor and father took a fly
ing trip to Hampton, Tenn., Sunday.
Rev. E. M. Seymour preached for
rev. S. W. Toles Sunday afternoon.
"rvont Sunday, tho 19th, innt
Rock Road Farms,
and Mrs. J. Thomas Caruthers.
710 CEDAR STREET
' Regular rates $1.00 to $1.25 per daj. WiH rtre
special attention to private suppers and after thea
ter parties. Prepared to serve from 2 to 4a
HAIR A SPECIALTY
220 FIFTH AVE, NORTH,
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DK. C. V. ROMAN,
By., Ear, Nase and Threat Diaeaaea is mw
parmaaeatlv located ia his aew baildiflf
1303 Church St.
One-Cent Savings Bank
Incorporated Under the Laws of Tennessee
Capital Stock $25,000.00
Does a regular banking business. Inter
est paid on all time deposits. Only in
stitution of its kind in Tennessee.
R. H. HOY I), 1'renident
J. W. OKA NT, lHt Vice President
J. w. Bostrlok, 2nd Vire President
J. C. NAPIKR, Cashier
C. N. LANUSTON, Ass't Cashier.
411 Fourth Avenue, Nrth
PHONE MAIN 1951
When in Nashville
7ia Cedar Slreet
Pnrnislit-d. First Class
Service to All. Hot or Cold Hatha.
.1. W. IlnniVU, I'rop-
JOKES & HOPKINS
Thompson was elected to represent Mr. Clark Minor was the guest of Ms
the Giles County Association on the brother, Mr. Jim Minor, at Earling
program. Other delegates will be 'on, Ky. He reports a pleasant trip,
elected at the next regular meeting. Miss Myrtle Minor, of B2G Poston
Ml teachers are aked to be present, street, was the guost of her sister at
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scoggins and Hampton Station Sunday. She .. re
Mr. Charlie Carr. of Chicaeo. are vis- ports a delightful time. Her many
itinz Prof, and Mrs. J. T. Bridge-1 friends were glad to see her
The people around and about Ma
son have begun to plant English
peas for the market. The writer ia
facing a bautiful X-L-All poultry
fence around his truck patch. Mrs.
Ada Boyd and children were guests
of Mrs. F. D. Ruffln and family last
week. A shotgun was accidentally
discharged in the pressing chop of
Mr. Henry Porter last Saturday and
narrowly escaped the head of Mr.
Will Maclln, af'er going through one
wall. The load from the gun, after
passing through one wall, continued
on and passed through the wall of
Mr. Will Coe's shoe shop and nar-
rowlv escaped the head of a cub
tomer. We must bear in mind that
"Wisdom exceedeth folly as far as
light excelleth darkness." Rev. H. P.
Gordon, pastor of Alexander Chapel
M. E. Church, preached a great ser
mon on last Sunday, having had or
selected for hia text John 7:4-6, and
hia subject wat "Never a man apake
like this Man." Mra. B. P. Fields
ras the guests of Mrs. F. D. Ruffln
and family last Sunday afternoon. A
surprise wedding aolemnized last
Sunday evening at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Boyd waB that
of Miss Oliver Doggett to Mr. G. M.
Bonner, of Dea Moines, Iowa. The
couple left for Iowa last Monday
morning, where they expect to make
their future home.
A surprise party was given last
Tuesday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. D. J. Mitchell, ou Columbia
avenue, in honor of the birthday an
niversary of their niece, Miss Willie
Louis Woodric'ge. The parlor and
reception rooms were beautifully dec
orated in ever greens. During the
evening maiiy interesting games were
played. At a late hour the 'guests
were invited into the dining room and
a three-course menu was served.
Those present were .Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Hughes, Mr, and Mrs. J. W.
Reddicit, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wold
ridge, Mrs. Sara Kinnard, Mr.
James L. Davis, Mr. II. D.
Southal', Misses Sadie Foster, Ethel
Merrill, Fannie H. Southall, Masters
Collins Foster, Mack Halfaere, Luther
B. Roddick. Wilhemena Kinnard,
Marie Rcddick, Willie L. Woldrldge.
Many resents were received. Mrs.
llihgtower Hobbs was hostess of the
regular meeting of the Canarian Art
Club Wednesday evening. February
Hth. The meeting was well attend
ed by a number of fourteen members,
and was opened in the usual way by
the President, Miss Willie B. Howse.
After the reading of minutes each
member repeated a quotation and Mrs.
C. B. Hodge read a very interesting
paper in response to the club anniver
sary of February 7th. Officers were
elected for the next term as follows:
Miss Willie B. Howse, President:
Mrs. J. D. Short, Vice-President; Miss
Mattie Keely, Secretary; Mrs. Mattie
Ridy, Assistant Secretary; Mrs.
Annio Abernatby, Instructor; Mrs.
Fount Brown, Treasurer; Mrs. C. B.
Hodge, Reporter; Mrs. Willie Neely,
i-iocturer A program was arranged
for tho next meeting. After the
transaction of business, each member
engage 1 In needle work, during which
a very dainty menu was served.
There were no additional guests.
The next meeting will be with Miss
i' lounnu ia uifriiij uuuui cu mux i
having another colored undertaking
pnd embalming establishment, with
Mr. J. T. Patton, proprietor. It Is
located in Redmond building, suite
No. 7, on Columbia avenue. The
show room Is one of the most unique
and exquisite features of the city.
Mr. J. T. Patton is a young man of
thrift and push, and ia one who ia
fastly and deservingly climbing the
ladder of success as our leading busi
ness man. When in the city, stop In
and pay him a call. He will gladly
nhow you through his sample room.
Mrs. Jessie Moore Is rapidly recov
ering under the car of Dr. A. F.
McCay. Dr. R. F. Boyd, of Nashville,
was in our town host Friday night.
He was the guest of the Courts of
Calanthe. He gave the order won
derful information concerning the
future work. He also visited the sec
ond anniversary of the "Forget-me-not
Club," where he made an inter
esting and timely address. Mr.
Alonzo McGhes is doing nicely under
the professional care of Dr. H. C.
Robbins. The K. of P. lodge of this
place, was called to Bathesda,
Tenn., to bury one of their mem
bers In the person of Mr. Felix
MAIN 2270 2271
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Stoves, Ranges and Houschcld
Hard flood Hantfls and Furca
tes, Glittering ai'd Rflofin?
Sales Department. Fadot and Sfcow
2T THIRD AVKNITK. N
Mr. N. O. Jackson was caUed to
the bedside of his sick aunt in
Savannah last Sunday morning. The
masquerade drill given at St. James
K. E. Church February 14tn wai
something fine. Each one performed
his duty well. Mrs. J. H. Thompson
had everything well In hand. A large
audience was out to witness the af
fair. Every one present says it waa
the finest of its kind ever given in
Clifton. Notwithstanding the severe
weather St James M. E. Church has
been alive in all its departments.
Everything has been on a steady In
crease. The church choir has been
reorganized and Is getting in fine
form. Mr. Willie Rutledge la the
energetic president; Mr. Anderson
Webb and Mrs. J. II. Thompson are
the organists; Miss Emma West,
chorister. The Epworth League, un
der the leadership of Mr. Richard
Robertson, Is progressing. The Sun
day evening services are largely at
lended. The Ladles' Aid Society,
with Miss M. B. Mayberry as presi
dent, is moving to the front They
Miss Lou Ethel Williams, daugh
ler .of Mrs. Eliza Williams Martin,
after a few days' Illness of pneumo
nia, died on the 12th Inst. Funeral
was held from Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, of which she waa a member.
Interment at Mt. Olive Cemetery
We extend to the family our sympa
thy. Born to Mr. and Mra. W111I8
Martin, February 9th, a bouncing
baby boy. Mother and baby are do
ing nicely. Mrs. Ella Holt is out
again after a few weeks' illness of
remittent fever. Mr. Hezekiah Bills
has been a sufferer for several weeks
of rhematisra. Mr. Ester Carter,
son of Mrs. M. C. Buford, is con
nected with the A. M. E. Publishing
Jlouse at Nashv'lle. Dr. Wm. Buford
is visiting indefinitely in the City of
Rocks. Mr. M. Cv Buford attended
the A. M. E. Convention held at
Bethel A. M. E. Church. Nashville,
recently. He reported the transac
tion of much business and a pleasant
time. Mr. Ed Buford. Jr.. of Lvnn-
Rev. W. W. Todd will conduct s
series of meetinzs at the First Bap
tist -Church. Last Sunday was i
nenutiful dav. and many persons that
ract been at nome all winter were
sppn wa'king out. Mrs. Harriet
Rncker has rebuilt her house that was
destroyed by lire last fall. Mrs. Su-
an Rneker was the guest of her aunt
Mrs. Eliza Semens, last. Saturday.
.Miss Eddie Malone spent finnrlav In
Nashville. Mrs. Silvie Wartrt'nnd' hr
family were tke guests of Mrs. Eliza
JacKson Sunday. Rev. Lamb Wehh
spent -Sunday with Mrs. James Chil
dress. Mr. Eddie Malone was the
cuest of Miss .Elcora Jackson Sunday.
mt. noDert Btraton is still on th
fick list. Mrs. Idella Miller nnrl
Mrs. Mattie Dil'ard wtre thP ciiestn
of Mrs. Bettie Straton Sunday. Mrs.
Aiiuie Turner and Mrs. Mary Wo-
mack were the guests of Mrs. Eliza
Tackson. Mn Minnie Onarl-s and
E'cora Greer were the guests of Mrs.
Mittie Turner Saturday. Mr. W. B.
Coleman, who was the guest of Miss
A'lie Green, has returned to Chicago.
Mecdames Whitfield and D. T. Rurch
were tne guests of Mrs. J. C. Blake
last Friday. The leap year entertain
ment eiven under the auspices of the
La-dies' Aid Club Thursday evening at
neys t;narel was a success. Little
Misses Carrie and John El'a Blake
have been indisposed with colds, but
are some betttr. Mesdames Lillard
and Maney were the guests of Mrs
Blake Monday. Miss Lorena Blake
was the gust of Miss Katie Gresham
ast Sunday, who left in the after
noon to resume her school work at
Walter Hill.. Miss Annie B. Spain
was the guest of Mrs. Chas. ChlldresB
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bea
gles have moved, they now resile on
Evergreen street. Mrs. Idella Charl
ton, of Smyrna, is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Alice Charlton. Mies Rosa
Ella Brooks has returned from Nash
ville. Miss Lizzie and Frances E.
Haynes were the guests of thel aunt
Thursday, Mrs. Francis E. Washing
ton. Miss Everlena Anderson spent
a pleasant evening with Miss Annie
Ba9s Cheers Friday. Mrs. Henry
Hickman, who has been iH for the
last few days, is up again. Mrs.
Laura Clark has returned from Green
ville, North Carolina.' Little Emma
D., the younger daughter of Mr. and
Mr3. WilHe Alexander, died Monday
after a long illness of pneumonia Mr.
Frank Washington spent Sunday with
his sister, Mrs. Martha Haynes
Willport, the little eon of Mr. and
Mr3. John Morris died Saturday after
a long illness of pneumonia.
Mr. James Boyd, a prominent mem
ber and clerk of the St Matthew Bap
tist ChurCh. departed this life Monday
night February 12th, at the age of
37. His funeral was attended on the
14th at St Matthew by Rev. O. S. Har
well, pastor, who took for a text, 1
Cor. 15:19, subject: "Christian Hope."
The young man leaves a father, moth
er, a wife and seven children, and a
host of friends to mourn his loss
God's will be done, and may the be
reaved ever feel that God does all
for the better, especially for those
who love him. Messrs. S. R. Muex
and Geo McBride, emp'oyees of the
Keeling Gin and Grist Mill, were bad
ly scalded by an explosion of the
boiler last Thursday morning. Sir
McBride catching the worst of it,
was at once carried to Dr. Logan's
office where he was treated with the
greatest care. They both are men of
good standing, and have the sympa
thy of all in their affliction. Messrs.
J. A. Taylor and J. J. McLin made a
business trip to Brownsville last Sat
urday. Rev. J. W. LIttlejohn. who
will be an octogenarian proximo, is
indeed an active man for his age. Ten
subscriptions were sent to the Globe
last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tay
lor, Mr. and Mrs Emanuel Johnson,
and Sir W. L. Mason and sister were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mc
Bride Sunday evening. Mr. Tom
Adams died Sunday morning with
pneumonia. He leaves a mother,
thceo brothers and five sisters to
mourn hia loss.
have recently put a new stove in the,Nl'P, visited home folks
parsonage. Everybody is looking;
with much interest to the quadren-;
niel leap year banquet February 29. ,
Mrs. Jole. of Clifton Rrnd, was the ;
guest of Trof. and Mrs. J. E. West
la-t Sunday. She has three daugh
ters, mmoly, Mioses Savannah, Roxy
Mrs. Cornelia Rhodes, of Culleoka.
soent Thursday of last week with her
sister, Mrs. Willis Martin. Mrs.
Lnry Mnrtin and little son, Ira Leo
nnrd. visited relatives of Blue Creek
recently. A heavy rain, aecomrmlnod
with wind and hail, fell In this vi
and Novella, who are attending nnity Monday night. Quite a num-
! school here. Those who are sick this ; Vr of farmers aro still busily gath
I wrk are Mrs. P. P. Whltson, the i fring cotton, notwithstanding the
! wife of Prof. P. P. Whltson, Mrs. latent of the season. Mr. Ed Bu
I Cnthrine Grimes, Miss M. U. May-! ford, of Fogg street, Nashville, spent
berry, Mr. Charlie Churchwell and i "I't week on his farm here.
Mrs. S:illie Grimes. Mrs. Rosy ' x...
Haynes I up and able to attend COLUMBIA NOTES.
I church services. There were, ser-1 Dr. G. W. Torter has returned
The election of officers df Mt. Leb
anon Missionary Baptist Church Sunday-school
was held last Sunday. The
pastor, Ro7. S. M. Wright presided.
Mr. S. B. Leek, superintendent of
Brooks Chapel Sunday-school, was
elected secretary pro torn. Tho fol-
recentlyj 'owing offleers were elected: Mr. H.
ii , 1- tT...,A O.. n J T T . .
1 1 mil, j3Ult': IIlU'lllf!JI., HUM. JjUUJ'
Claybone, teacher of class No. 1 ; Mrs.
Sailie Johnson, teacher of class No. 2;
A1r. Dc.ss Harper, teacher of class No.
n; Mr. Arli!) da Hunt, Secretary; Kar
yann Claybone, treasurer; Willie Wat
nins, librarian: Mrs. R. E. Hunt and
Miss Sarah Waders gave a nice din
ner Sunday to some invited friends.
Those rresent who enjoyed the hospi
tality were: Rev. S. M. Wright, Mrs.
Henry Slaughter, Mrs. Green Hunt
and Mrs. S.'.llie Johnson. A good
colored ppople here are deprived of
Iheir homes on account of the new
railroad coming through. Those on
the sick list: Mrs. Vera Hunt, Miss
vires at the A. M. K. Church Sun-1 from Memphis. Prof. J. II. Kelly has
dav afternoon and at the Baptist ! returned from Chattanooga. Mr. j None Davis. People of this comma
Church at night. Mr. and Mrs. Wll- j and Mrs. Anderson CartwTlght, of j nity were proud to have such fine
Hams celebrated their sixteenth wed- Patterson htreet, Nashville, came weather the past week.
Mrs. Sarah Knight died at the
home of her son, Willie Knight, Feb
ruary Sth. Funeral services were
attended February 6th, at Murphy's
Chapel A. M. E. Church by the pas
tor, Rev J. A. Crum, and Rev. A. D.
Nelson, of Cole Ridge. Mrs; Knight
died at the age of 110. She was a
member of the A. M. E. Church 76
years; was the mother of 17 chil
dren, only two of them are living.
Mrs. Lue Coffee is keeping house for
her brother here, B. W. Win. Mr.
W. M. Murphy was at home Tuesday
from Chattanooga. The members of
the A. F and A. M. Lodge are mak
ing fait Bteps toward building another
hall, the former one being destroyed
bv a cyclone. Mr. C. C. Fuggette
and R. C. Fuggette spent last Sunday
evening with Mr. Odes Brame. Some
of the people here are trying to help
hold up Turner's banner at Shelby
vflle. Mrs. OUie J. Crump is a
fctrong worker for the church and for
Turner Normal College. Miss Ellen
Mitchell pays visit t many friends
here thi week. Mr. James Buchanan
from. Bell Buckle, is visiting hia fath
er here today, J. B. Buchanan. Mr.
James Daverson spent last Sunday
with Mr. J. R. Moore. The Steward
esses here are ready to meet Rev. A.
P. Gray and the conference on regular
date, March 9th. Rev. Gray is the
man of today. He can and will de
liver the goods. Mr. Ben Hordge Is
visiting G. H. Halliburton. Mrs. Bes-
hIa Hordce is on the mend. Mr. Her
bert Brame is a lover of the Nash
ville' Globe. Mr. Jerry Lyons, Lue
Lyons and Cora Lyons visited kin
foiks here last Sunday. Prof. W. J,
Edmondson met with the Masons here
last night, and made a most excel
lent talk along the line of masonry.
It was highly enjoyed by the craft.
The Missionary Club met this after
noon. Miss E. L. Mitchell, who will
begin school here Monday, was pres
ent. Miss Mitchell has taugnt nere
for four years. She has labored hard j
things said about Miss E. L. Mitchell. ,
with the girls and boys. She teaches
them all the week, and is fc -nd
in the church every Sunday laboring.
There cannot be too many good
Uncle George Fucgett says, boys
watch the cat when it comes and
turns its back to the fire you had bet
ter get up and go out and look at
your wood and coal pile for it will
snow soon. Mr. Sam Nelson pu'led
the spoon out of Mr. Emit Conner's
mouth today. Poor Emit had to go
home with his head down. Mr. Nel
son mounted the steel wheel buck
board behind the little gray and went
sailing through the land.
BOWLING GREEN, KY.
Messrs. John L. Gordon and J. E.
Kuykendall, two of our lending busi
ness men, were members of the Ken
tucky Delation which visited Tuu
kegee Institute, Ala., during the farm-
vva U If U
Appropriate for Children
YOUR CIIILD WILL
AS MUCH NOW AS BE
Do not think that "be
cause the Christmas hol
idays are over that it is
too late to give your lit
tle girl a Negro Doll. If
this thought has occured
to you, you are laboring
under .the wrong impres
sion. Girls always ap
preciate dolls, because
they are companions for
them in their loneliness.
They are joys to her
when her play-mates ar
rive. They are just the
things to remind her of
her own beautiful like
ness.'. We are still pre
pared to ship these dolls
immediately upon re
ceipt of your order for
the same. We will sell
any of the dolls named
below, which are all we
have left, at the amount
marked opposite each
' CLASS A
15 inches $ 1 50
17 inches 2 25
18 inches 2 75
20 inches 3 00
22 inches 3 50
28 inches 5 25
30 inches 6 25
32 inches ' 8 00
36 inches 8 50
No order will be sent C. 0. D.,
unless a part of the price ac
companies the order, as peo
ple often order C. 0. D. and. do
not take them from the ex
press office. 1
The Company has on deposit
at the One-Cent Savings Bank,
in Nashville, Tenn., sufficient
funds to guarantee the return
of all monies where orders can
not be filled.
For Further Information Write
It. H.BOYI), President
II. A 110 YD, Manager
S1I) Second Avenue, NT-,
Perry & Lester Coal Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer. !
TANNI-R HENDKICK. Marnier.
j x&$: 606 SccoriJ Ae , N. rhone Mjta 29.
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