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0 . NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1912.
'.1 r f . -r--rF SW CLARKSVILLE NOTES. COLUMBIA NOTES. t v.v.v.v v.v.v.v t i t r T I : hji i icniir niipn rmm haEd zi 4uis.wu w H PURE CORN N . HI H & IdMD &3 PROOF H WHISK IK - GUARANTEF.D BY Motlow Distilling Co. 1215 Ave., B. Birmingham, Ala. Under the food and Drugs Act. Jr.e 30, 1906. T- . T ' y rf 1-i iff-) v) ' S H M (IS J ! y CLARKSVILLE NOTES. (Continued from Page 2) ment of the city and growth of the popuaticn, -Mr. II. A. lioya. Assist COLUMBIA NOTES. The Missionary Society of ML Le banon Baptist Church met with Mrs. B. L. Ivory Friday, the 23rd. The meL!n2 nu called to order fcy the . C - .. Xn-I nl Tl.mtict I K ! . , . . . 1 T -1 A . UUl CUtlCldl Jf nttUUiliu uaiiuoi, x uu president, AlrS. iUlCO UiUUUU, I Mi lishing Board, and Mr. D. A. Hart, ; devotional exercises and the regular i editor or tne Nasnvuie uioDe, Doin i routine of business was transacted a, of Nashville, have accepted invita tions to be present and address the meeting. Dr. R. T. Burt president, and the directors of the Mutual Loan and Trust Company are working two-course menu was served. Mrs. Ivory gave several piano selections. The Invited guests were Mrs. E. L. Peacock, Mrs. A. M. Kelly and Mrs. A rean Crews. The next meeting B 00 1 ...UKIS OW EASY TERMS to make this meeting a general up-1 will be witn Mrs. John risinn of the people for the prosperity ! The Sabbath-school of of the city. t is everybody's meet- ing; be sure to De mere. EY Mangram. St Paul Church celeoratta Bishop Aliens birthday. A large and appreciative audience was present to witness tht PULASKI NOTES. unique as well as appropriate exer Mrs. D. H. Meredith, who has been cises. Under the management or Mrs very sick, is better at this writing.! A. T. Morrell a program was ren She is the wife of Mr. D. H. Meredith, dered by the Sunday-school. Then a who resides at 25 Spear street. Col- well-prepared and beautifully read pa- lins Hastings is quarantined at Massy ' per, touching tne lives oi some vi School on account of smallpox being our great men, by Mrs. C. O. Hunter; at the school, and his brother, Mat- Dr. U. W. Porter gave a brief historj thew Meredith, is staying with his of Bishop Allen, after which refresh family while he is away. She is the ments were served by the Stewardess daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Mere- Board. Mrs. Pauline Hudson has re dith. Dr. A, J. James, the popular turned to Nashville. Mr. Ed. Bird pastor of the First Baptist Churcn song, of Nashville, was here one day who resides in Athens, Ala., came up last week. Miss Virgina Webb, o to fill his appointment Sunday, ana ; Nashville, is visiting relatives here, on account of the weather the usual ! Dr. A. B. Bryant, of Providence, 11 services were not held. We have! I., Is here visiting his mother, Mrs been informed that the concert given Patience Gwynn. Mr. and Mrs. at the First Baptist Church for thesjBeecher Frierson are the proud pa benefit of its choir, which Is being rents of a line Bon. wrs. iziie vuui conducted by Mrs. C. C. Joyce, was hies Mangram has returned to CW a success on last Saturday night. Mr. cago. Rev. W. L; Craft, of Nashville, filled the pulpit at Mt. ijeDanoa xay r f f Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y T Y Y t Y Y Greater Speed Greater Accuracy Greater Efllcicncy are the logical results of installing the Underwood Typewriter Exclusive Underwood features make, possible, the most important labor-saving system of modern accounting:. The ever growing demand puts the an nual sales of Under woods far ahead of those of any other machine, making ne essary the largest typewriter factory and the largest type writer office building in the world. Such a demand from business men everywhere is unquestion able evidence of the practical mechanical superiority of "TIIE MACIIINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY" Branch Office in All Principal Cities Underwood Typewriter Co. inc. 329 UNION STREET NASHVILLE, TENN. tea No. 21 y y t y y y t y y y James Sloan and Mr. Jonas Maxwell came up from Athens, Ala., to Bee their brother, Mr. John A. Maxwell, who is sick at this writing. Rev. David Howard was rained out last Sunday and he failed to fill his ap pointment on Pigeons Roost. Mr, General Mitchell is yet on the sick list. Little Erastua Morrell is sick with measles and on this account his mother, who is the wife of Prof. B. H. Morrell, was called from Pros pect, where she was teaching, to the bedside of her son. He is much bet ter at this writing. Miss Maggie Phillips has gone to Prospect to teach school for Mrs. Morrell until her son gets better. If you wish to get the news read the Globe, on sale each Saturday by T. P. Turner, Jr. STEVENSON (ALA.) NOTES. Mrs. Viola McFarland, of South land, Ark., formerly of Stevenson, has been here several days visiting relatives and friends. She left Mon day for Tuscumbla, where the will spend a few days with her sister. Friday and tist Church last sunaay mwuiuB. He preached for Rev. Smith at th First Baptist Church at night. I. VI SAP IS FRANKLIN NOTES TV, a Foreet-me-not- Art Club cci brated their second anniversary Fri day evening, February lGth, at the home of Miss Fannie Hugh Southall The reception rooms were beautiful f decorated with the ciud colors, mui and yellow, which were also seeir again In the ices end souvenir cards. There were sixty-nine supplementa rv truest nresent. After all bad ar rived the club rendered a very inter- . . Vm tvitmrt' r ji n H l n Jr esung prugittui, uo f""! av-- and recitations being selections from Dunbar. After the opening chorus Rev. J. D. Mitchell offered prayer. The nresident. Mrs. Parrish Williams, read the opening addresB, followed by another chorus. Miss Carrie (Key then gave a short sketch of the life of Dunbar, after which Mrs. Sam Kennard recited "Temptation." Miss Ethel Merrell and Mrs. Tom Baugh sang a duet, "Silver Threads among The public school closed the teacher, Miss Mattie H. Scruggs, tne5Gold jgg Sadie Murdix recit- 18 visiting .tne patrom ana scnoiars., ,A Croquette conquered;' several me bcuuui wu uuuiascu tci uw ceiifully by Miss Scruggs. She has gained many warm friends in Stev- 910 12th Avenue, Worth 4 room house; city water, cement walk, stone foundation and two large basement rooms. 923 Jackson Street 4 rooms, back and front porches; city water, grantoid sidewalks and retaining wall. 1013 I0th Avenue, North 5 room residence; city water, outhouses; within half block of Jeflerson St. car line. 16 16th Avenue, North 5 room house; two porches, well water, cement walks, stable and out houses. A bargain for the right person. 1GI5 Heiman Street New 5 room house with bath room, two cabinet mantels, city water, cement walk in front and up to the door, outhouses. A bargain for the right person- 2 block of Fisk University, will paper to suit you. 510 South Fourth Street 5 room house, bath and sewer connections, city water, cistern, out houses; 'also store house on lot. A splendid place for grocery store or meat shop. From lil to 127 Fain Street Between Fairfield and Lonalilson, q beautiful cottages for sale cheap and on easy terms, in first-calss repair. 1701 Underwood Street 6 room cottage, corner 17th and Underwood Streets; gas, good well on back porch; large bam and wood shed in the rear. Lot 50 by 150 feet. This a pick up. Terms to suit purchaser . We will consider taking in other property as part payment on any of the places mentioned above, and make terms on balance to suit you. BRANSFORD REALTY GO. 162 Fourth Avenue, N., Phones, Main 2323 and 2324 While there he visited his son, Otie, who Is in school at Walden Univer sity, he free school closed last Fri day with a very successful term. Mrs. M. L. Jones will Degin leacnmg tuo DV f. howE PHONE. MAIN 1006 HOWSE FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY We Can Furnish Your Home Complete fro Fnrlorto Mtehen We Take Old Geod as First Piyment; BaUnce -weekly or Monthly MA-5infi-3ns BROADWAY NASHVILLE, TENN. Have you tried our new drink? t f t f ? f ? ? f t ? ? ? t choruses were well rendered by the RnnscrtT)tion school March 11th. Mr, club. Mrs. John Ewing, Sr., read a d MrSi Todd of cornersvllle, were many warm mends in &tw-( 0 "Reaping" and Mrs. Ulysses week to attend the funerai She will leave this week for a An Oda to EthioDia."! ?!r?v!1 A,,nt .Tnne of their grand mother, Aunt Jane vMntt. Several vounK men of thw ninr went to McKenzie last Friday r. . . . . . Thnf T Tl enson. She will leave tnis weeic wiiHuKhes read "An Ode to Ethiopia." her home in Huntsville; while she, 6 Mattie Otey recited "Jealous," was here she was a regular reaaer 01, . M j A. Hughes "How Lucy the UioDe, wereiore, tne uioDe wisnes!B ,, Mrs ViSVhht Williams; ;,;rt t0 tna closinj of Prof. J. r:,rv- rx ":r "7 ' -7:v; Misses nannie oouiuau, atuw Jones' school. rell and Alice Utey sang a quaneu, "Tell Mother I'll be There." Mrs. J. W. Reddick recited "A Death Song;' of labor she may enter. The Globe also hopes to find a hearty welcome in her home in the city of. Hunts ville. Mr. David Smith, of Southland, 1 D B . of Nashviiie was guest of Ark., has been here several days;,.,' Mattie otev and made a very visiting relatives and friends; he, lntere3ting speecll complimenting the win Mr, der leave this week for the West.i i..k it ,nrir ,hiph was verv R. J. Stephens has returned j h enjoyed, Ue'v. j. D. Mitchell, e ana jurs. j. u. quite interesting The club then sang a closing from Gurley, Ala., where he has, been, MUUe Halfacre visiting his wife, who has been ua-jshol.t niade q OAKLAND NOTES. Quite a brilliant social was given on Friday evening by Mrs. Jimmie Johnson. Those present were Miss es Lenetter Johnson, Mae Florence Allen, Ida Murrell, Allle M. Grand berry, Ophelia Johnson, Cora Flip pins, Messrs. Ester Johnson, N. H. Owens, Livey Johnson, x. jones, li. BEER (NOMNTOXICATING) A Wonderful product of the Brewing Art. On Sale by the Glass and Bottle at Soft Drink Stands. Bottled also for Family Use. Delicious. Healthful and Nourishing MADE ONLY BY The Wm. Gcrst Brewing Gompany. t T ? T f t t t t t t - . TJ11KS. 1 II H LIUU LUCil DdUg a wuoiiift ' - M t ttt . He reports that she is improving and r, a Ktho Merrell nresided G. and F. D. Grandberry, J. C. Wat- l- j. i j nr- vuw. u. - T . tt,o r sm th Mr. expects 10 go uouie m a lew uajrs. iui. t tha riann A tempting three-1 son, Jessie ouuunun, auu mis, j. ii. xiuit uau uuiu iu c0UrBa menu was then Berved. ine anu mrs. jauao owuc., ... . them a fine girl February the 1st. . da were heartshaped,Uon, Wilber Walton, Leslie Johnson, Mrs. Dora Lee Smith w.ill open a "d d wltQ. old wlta bunches of tor-1 Joe Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. M. V. subscription school the second Mon- Eef.me-noU and tied with blue and Umble, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Watson, day in March. Now patrons, if you yellow ribbon The cards were hand-, and Willie Williams. Games and want your sons and daughters edu- ade b Meg .iica MatUe' music were the features of the en- cated, now is your time to begin, for Qt wa() were committee on1 tertainment. A two-course menu you must know that the little public jusgment and had prepared several! was served. The Literary Club of fund we get will not educate our chil- Qice games mo8t enjoyable one the younger set celebrated Washing dren. Mrs. Annie McClure will have vin a smelling contest which was ton's birthday at the Oakland Church, I-riday, and aancocK ana uuns d M N Xt Murdix who drew. brass band will play for the occasion. f Mr Murdlx b6. These closing exercises will .be i held t Tne tae waa , at Hollyweek. Success to the Globe. bt,e of perfume a neat litUe box n icTftM ncun ntitq I wrapped in blue paper and tied with , CJrIFJJ BEND fi01Ef- lyenow riuuou. ai a late hour the Mr. T. J. Shannon returned from ,ot, n hr opvprai homes. Church The burial took place Fri day at Rocky Springs Cemetery, Rev. Moore officiating. She leaves a hand some estate to be divided among her relatives. Mrs. Edna Thompson, the wife of Mr. Doc Thompson, is dead. She was only ill one week. She leaves a mother, husband and a week-old baby. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, of Sam, Tenn., were hero to the funeral of Mrs. Edna Thomp son. Quite a number of Bridgeport society people were over to South Pitts urTrg on Friday to see the "Smart Set." .Among them were Messrs. W. M. Hatchett, Robt. Elliott, Mes dames Pet Hill, Verna Elliott and Gertrude Hill. Miss Frances Boyd and Mrs. Choate spent Saturday In Clifton. The presiding SteV 'will leave Wednesday elder. W. H. Shelby was here -last JjJ a., to oe gonJ abo sermon. Our school exercises will be expressing themselves as having had a very tujoyauie time. JUiss Aiamie ior about two months. Miss Alice Otey is spending a few weeKs with relative in JNahH- Quite an interesting program was rendered. The debate "Which was the greater Washington, or Lin coln," was most interesting. The Lincolnites won. The music con sisted of duets, trios and choruses. Mrs. Umble was accompanist. Mrs. Humphry Braseell gave a quilting Monday evening. Those present were: Mrs. Annie Grandberry, Mrs. Pink Wade, Mrs. Jane Moore, Miss Carrie Tates, Miss Mollie Moore, Susie Moore, Leaetta Moore, Lenona Moore. Messrs. Robert Wade, John The monkey-rencn qunt on the 11th of March. A comedy will. , T A ,,). v9 in Nasn he nrAPntor1 pnritlod "Pav Streak." , . "V " "t" .1. ,r..T:ri::; n" .'flue last weea on uusim. .""lMavbou. ?u"ir!v? Otey, of Nashville, spent tn hfi.utifully auflted. Mrs. Wil- torreturned "laturday. 'msses JIS Walton is visitingMr. and Mrs, yella and Roxie Job are still in Clif- a Visiting in Nashville. The The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ste phen Pierce died at the home of its parents on Pearl street, Wednesday, February 21. The funeral services were conducted by Dr. C. H. Clark, D. D., Thursday. ton. Mr. a jone . spent quite a i - t.me.not Art cluD wa8 enter- pleasant evening with wr. M. Lnoate t . , Tnursdav nfternoon. February Sunday. It is announced that Miss hv thn MlaR-a otev. The meeting A 1 i. sunaay. u is announceu inat ivi ih h n b Mlsseg otey Tne meeung r-w""-."in " " :TZ T, opened ny we presmcut, X.11-. i hs.rIhpr for the Glohe. Mrs. L n.iyuuu nuvu iui n porr;ah wiiMama Eleven memDers, , . , , . matrimony. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shan-; h JJiS n nswered to roll Jones. The people of Oakland non are all smiles because of the ar-' Mr.a'fiftn. fmm WMhlnetmi. rival of a fine baby girl last Sunday. New offlcrs were elected M followB: ivev vv. v,uip wiwu iuo yuuiiu Mlsfl gadle MurdlX) president; Mrs. school last Friday and was favorably Hughea vice president; Miss impressed with the great work thai)EUiel Merrell 8ecretary; Miss Fannie is carried on there by the teacher, H a goutnaii, assistant secretary; CLOTHES MAKE A DIFFERENCE I If you don't think so, try tfointf down the street without any. IT MAKES A DiFFERElNCE WHO MAKES YOUR CLOTHES. If you don't think so, try ont of our well ttilored perfect fitting suits. D. W. CIUJTCIIEKU 421 Cedar Sireet NAHIIVIIXU, TKNN. QUARTERLY CONFERENCE AT DICKSON. Special to the Globe. Linden, Tenn., Feb. 26. The second Quarterly Conference of the A. M. E. Church at Thl3 place held recent ly was a success in every way. Rev. R. Van, the presiding eldrr, was high in Lis praise of pastor and mom- Hamilton, who formerly pastored this church, was a visitor to tho confer ence. Mr. G. T. Thomas was elected sec retary, F. J. Hunter, assistant sec retary. $62.80 was raised. The Sunday-school report elicited much favorable comment. It showed a good average attendance and healthy prowth In all drpartments. The eon fcrence was brought to a closo amid the highest enthusiasm. B. B. Parker, of Macon. Mr. i. n. Owen and Miss Cora Flippin were to visit Dr. and Mrs. M. V. Umble Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Euray Sharp have moved to Jackson. Another L&ura are interested in the newsy Globe. Can we get another? Miss Boya. Uirs Tom Baueh. treasurer: Mrs, r..,,rw,. . Sam Kinnard, Journalist; Mrs. John DECATURVILLE NOTES. A Hughes, reporter, and Miss Mattie Miss Hattle L. Perkins, of Nash- otev. instructor. After business was ville, a teacher in our county, closed transacted the club enjoyed a social a successful school term last ween nour, during which time rerresn and leaves for home soon. Being bo ments were served. Adjourned to favorably impressed with tM In- meet with Mrs. J. W. Reddlx Thurs- structlons of Miss Perkins, we very reluctantly say good bye; we sincere ly hope for her a safe trip; so well pleased aro we with her that, she was asked to return in the summer. day, February 29th. WHITEVILLE NOTES. Several of the Whlteville people are planning to attena tne ruegro Farmers' Conference at Jackson, Tenn., this week. Mr. Joe Harris was sick a few days. Mrs. Mattie Lee Steward, of Jackson, came down to spend some time with her people, near Vildo. Mrs. Lizzie Price'B long Illness came to an end a few days ago; a large number attended her fun eral. She leaves six children, a hus dren and a number of relatives to mo-rn their loss. Mr. John Wilson made a quick trip to Mlddleton last Friday. Miss Susie E. Moore was in Bolivar last Saturday. Mr. John nie Stallion, formerly of this place but now working in Memphis, here with home people Sunday LEWISBURG NOTES. Mr. Everett Turner, of Chicago, is visiting his father, Mr. Robert Tur ned. Misses Lula Bell Leftwlch and Mamie Davidson, of Bedford County are the guests of Miss C. R. Law rence this week. Aunt Jane Elliott departed th Ufa February 12th a the home of her granddaughter, Airs, Collins. ' She was a faithful member of the Christian Church. Rev; Smith, of Lynchburg, attended her funeral. Interment at Boyd's Ceme tery. Mr. Tom Elliott and Miss Ger tie Lewis were quietly married last Wednesday night. Rev. G. W. Marsh officiated. Dr. T. W. Johnson, the district superintendent, was here (A, hold his second quarterly conference, He preached a wonderful sermon Mondy night. Rev. Riley, the pastor of the First Baptist Church, filled was his pulpit Sunday and Sunday night ana iio preached to a crowded house. To Monday. Mrs. Carrlo Harris Is upital collection, $10. He will alsohnve acain. Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd Price a rally the first Sunday in March were called to Memphis to the bed-: they are preparing to paint their dido fn their dauchted. Mrs. Lula Jar- church. Mr. S. II. Davis was In man. She is some better now. Nashville last week on business. HALEY NOTES. Rev. J. A. Crump preached a most powerful sermon on Sunday morn ing. The missionary meeting was postponed on account of the inclem ent weather. Miss Truddy Mcuowan, a student of Turner Normal, spent Sunday with home folks. Mrs. M. L. Shoft'ner, who has been visiting relatives here, will leave for her home in Louisville, Ky., this week. She will be accompanied by her sister, Miss Minnie Tinman. Mr. Emmitt Moore, of Murfreesboro, vis ited relatives here last week. Mr. Tom Brame was the guest of Mr. B. S. Murphy Saturday. Mr. Her bert Buchanan was home from Chat tanooga Sunday. BRIDGEPORT (ALA.) NOTES. Mrs. Anna Coleman, who was sev trly burned on the 4th of January, died last Thursday after much suf fering. All that medical aid and willing hands could do was done without avail, owing to her advanced age of 90 years. Her wounds would not yield to treatment Mrs. Cole man was highly respected by all class es. She was born and reared near Macon, Ga. She was married to John Coleman in 1850. The couple was afterward sold to George Hezle hurst of Trenton, Ga., moving to this place Just before the closing of the Civil war nearly fifty years ago. Mrs. Coleman was the mother of two chil dren, grandmother of fourteen and greatmother of four. She was a member of the Primitive . 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