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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912.
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Those sick are: Mrs. Ida Jones, Miss Beatrice Spears, little Hattie Warrington, Miss Anna Davis, Mrs. Joe Briggs. Miss Blanche Bogan spent a while at the home of Mra. Bettle Spears last week. Rev. W. J. Young, the laundryman, is still holding his own. He has been Janitor of the People's Bank for five years, takes care of two churches and also superin tendent of the Sunday-school of the A. M. E. Church. Mrs. Whitsbn, the wife of Prof. P. P. Whltson, was buried March 6th. The funeral serv ices were held at the. A. M. E. Church by Rev. A. T. Cooper. She leaves a mother, husband, two chil dren, a brother and a host of friends to mourn der departure. The straw entertainment at the A. M. E. Church last Friday night was a success in spite of the Inclement weather. Stand ing room was at a premium. Mrs. A. T. Cooper will give an apron so cial at St. Stephens A. M. E. Church on Friday night, March 15th. Rev. Mrs. Burns, the evangelist, Is engaged in a revival at St. James M. E. Church, and there have been several conversions. Mr. and Mrs. T. Bogan entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Briggs, Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Cooper. A three-course menu was served. Prof. P. P. Whltson has resumed his school work after about two weeks' vacation on account of illness of his wife. Miss Bertha Blalark was at her post of duty on Sunday and Sunday night and ren dered excellent service at the A. M. E. Church of which she is organist, Miss M. L. Jones, assistant. lng. Frappe was served by Miss Denton. Games and music were the features of the evening. Quite an enjoyable time was had by all present. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. Hyde, Sunday. AJ YOUINC PROPRIKTOBOF Young's Hotel 710 CEDAR STREET Reiular rates $1.00 to $1.25 per day. WiBt special attention to private suppers ana am ter parties. Prepared to serve trom 2 to 40. CREOLE HAIR A SPECIALTY C- II. BADOUX, MANLTACTUJtER OF Hair Good. 220 FIFTH AVE., NORTn, NASI1VILLK. TENNESSEE. Taa r iiscaaat all wa rat tail advartiMMBt. DR. C. V. ROMAN, SPECIALIST IN Ey. Ear, Noto aaa Tkraat Diaai ia permanently located in bin now baikti"i 1303 Cfc.nk Ht. One-Cent Savings Bank Incorporated Under the Laws of Tennesaeo Capital Stock $25,000.00 Does a regular hanking business. Inter est paid on all time deposits. Only in stitutioti of its kind in Tennessee. R. 11. HOY I), President J. V. GRANT, lBt Vice President J. w. Hostrlck, 2nd Vice President J.C. NAPIK.lt. t'nnhler C. N. LANiiSTON, Asa't Cashier. 411 Fourth AvennK, North P1IONK MAIN 1951 NanliTillo. Teniieamee When in Nashville STOP AT Hotel Daniel 7 Itt CV.lnr Nfi-ret Roams Nicely Fnraishei. First Clasj Service (o All. Hot or Cold Baths. J. IV. DniiiclN, Prop. JOXES & II0PR1SS S1F0. CO. MASON NOTES. A goodly number of the pea plant ers around Mason have not as yet p'anted on account of the prolonga tion of the rain. Miss Nannie C. Burchet has returned from a week's visit to her relatives near Coving ton, Tenn. Mrs. Amanda Hurd, sis ter of Mrs. F. D. Ruffln, who came from Collierville. her home, at a swift notice to see Dr. B. L. Ruffin, her nephew, has returned home. A fire visited our town last week and de stroyed the city shoe shop, owned and 6teered by J. E. Burnett, and threat ened to burn the city barber shop and livery stable owned by Mr. Henry Porter, which were about 100 feet from the burning building. Good work by both white and colored saved the destruction of the two buildings. Mr. Burnett slept in the rear end of the shop, and his working apartment was in front He eaid he made fire in the stove in the shoe shop apartment and stepped out to look after some business up town and before returning he received a notice or message that his shop was on fire, It is supposed that it Ignited from the stove. There were only a few things saved. No insurance on building. Mr. J. Campbell (white), the -contractor of Humboldt, Tenn., was in the city last week conferring with Rev. P. H. Ruffin on a twin two story concrete building, on which work was to have been begun on the 1st of March, but on account of the inclement weather the work was postponed until the middle of this month. This building i3 estimated to cost between $5,000 and $6,000, though Rev. P. H. Ruffln has not given out the architectural plans and cost. Rev. Robert Jones, one of our best citizens and land owners, handed in his subscription for six months for the Globe. Mrs. Mary Burchett, wife of Mr. Mordecai Burchett, was strick en with paralysis of the brain last week while cooking. She died last Monday morning at 4 o'clock. We sympathize with the bereaved family. Dr. B. L. Ruffin Is yet in our city in search of health. He is doing fairly well at this time. Mr. Daniel Tay lor, of Memphis, Tenn., was out last Monday evening to see Dr. B. L. Ruf fln. Mr. A. Stewart, who has here tofore been mentioned as being sick, is worse. Dr. D. W. Fields, of Mem phis, was out to see Dr. B. L. Ruffin last week. Rev. J. M. Moody, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, is very sick. It has been reported that he was loosing his mind. Several visi tors were out to see Dr. B. L. Ruffin 'ast Sunday. Rev. Thomas, of Mem phis, made a visit to see Dr. Ruffln last Sunday. Rev. Thomas preached last Sunday morning at Alexander Chapel M. E. Church. CULLEOKA NOTES. The Cul'eoka public school had Its annual closing Friday night. The annual eddress was made by Master Dennie Henry, one of the eighth grade pupils. The text book exer cises were the neplus ultra. All pa rents and friends seemed to enjoy that because it showed progress in each pupi3. Miss Bertie E. Hunt presided at the organ. The closing remark were made by Miss M. B. Huggins, M. D. Dean, H. H. Hughes and Mr. Thomas Hunt. The above named school has been one of great success thia year. The term was eight months, enrollment 105 pupils, and the attendance has been good all the year. Rev. E. J. Martin preached quito an interesting ser mon Sunday night at the A. M. E. Church. Rev. H. H. Hughes has oversight of the Culleoka Circuit, as sisted by M. D. Dean. We are lone ly and Bad when we ponder over the death of our be'oved pastor, but we feel proud of Rev. H. H. Hughs, and M. D. Dean, who are striving to push forward the work of our de ceased leader. Rev. S. H. Howard, the presiding elder of the Pulaski dis trict, preached at the A. M. E. Church Tuesday night. Mr. Charlie Booker was the guest of Miss Birdie E. Hunt Sunday. The teachers of this town are preparing to attend the Middle Tennessee Teachers' , Association, which convenes in Nashville April 4th. We hope for them a successful stay. W. M. Henderson is pastor. Rev. I. H. Jones, of Nashville, who con ducted the revival meeting for Rev. D. T.. Burch at Keys Chapel M. E. Church, attracted large crowd3. Dr. Jones preached to the satisfaction of all who heard him. Twenty-one souls were happily converted and the Chris tians much revived. $54.91 was col lected during the meeting. Dr. Jones left for Chattanooga to conduct a meeting for Rev. T. J. Mopins. Rev. Nelson Jarrett is very sick, also Mrs. Margaret Reese. Mr. Robert Strat ton is still very sick. He embraced a hope in Christ last week. The Christian brothers and sisters visited his home very often and sent up prayers for the redemption of his soul; "their prayers were not in vain. He rejoices In the hope of being cabl ed to reBt in peace when he can no longer stay here. Mr. Andrew Set tels Is ab'e to go out again after an illness of several months. Mrs. Eliza Scruggs has received informa tion that her sister, Victory Rogers, In East Tennessee, is very Bick. The Stork visited the home of Mr. "and Mrs. J. C. Blake last Sunday at 4 o'clock a. m. and left another little girl with them. Mrs. Dicy Curren is sick, also Mr. John Williams, Miss es Mattie Smith, Annie Mai Primm and Mrs. Florence Scales and little ton, of Chattanooga. Messrs. Percie Jor dan, Sam Morton, of Nashville, were the guests of -Mr. and Mrs. Homer illard, en route to Castle shrdlu hrd , Llllard on East Castle street last Sunday. If any one find a lady's open face watch on State street be tween Mr. Windrow's store and Dr. Whitfield's pilease return to Gertrude Ruckcr on High street and get reward. TELEPHONE EXCHANOE MAIN 2270 2271 WHOLJCSiL i KETAIL BI A I.I El Moves, Ranges ainl lionseicld Goods ii'aril Wood Mantels and Furaa trs. Guttering end Hoofing Sales Department, Fctry and Simps 7 TUIKU AVENUE. N The National Life and Acci dent Insurance Co. Nashville, Tenn. ' Cash Capital $200,000.00 Life, Health and Accident Insurance in one Policy Weekly and Monthly Pre miom Plan CLIFTON BEND NOTES. Mis-s Frances Boyd, of Nashville, teacher of our school, closed a suc cessful term and leaves for home noon. Being so favorably impressed with the instruction of Miss Boyd, we had -her to teach a month's sub scription school, and hope that fhe wl'l return in the Bummer. F.n rmite home Miss Boyd will stop at Linden to spenl a few days with Miss Willa Hurt, a graduate of Walden Universi ty, who is teaching school there. We p.ll enjoy reading the Globe. It is an uplift to our race. We all hope to be subscribers in a short while Misses Levannie, Roxie and Novel1 a Jnlte returned irom Clifton last week, where they they have been attending school. Miss Frances Boyd and Mrs. Choate Fper-t quite a pleasant evon inc with Mrs. J. J. Shannon last Wed nesday. Prof. N. II. Chappel, of f'-irinlli, Miss, is the guest of Miss Boyd. Prof, and Mrs. Ernest Roy ntui children, f Hardin County, are spending a few days here with pa r"tits. Mrs. Mose Choate was hostess of a throe-course elaborate dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Boyd, who will leave in a few days for Nash vi'le. Those present wore: Misses Frances Boyd, Levannie Jobe, Novella Jobe, Hollio Denton, Messrs. T. J. Shannon. M Jobe, Jessie Reed, Ed ward Yarbro, Prof. N. H. Chappel, Mr. and Mrs. Moso Choate. Miss Levannie Jobe gave a pleasant even ing rarty Thursday, 'complimentary to Miss Boyd. Mirth and mlerri mp,nt prevailed throughout the vcn FRANKLIN NOTES. The Kensington Art Club met Wed nesday evening, March 0th, with Mrs. T. A. Williams as hostess. The olub membership was largely represented, and several visitors were present, each making an interesting talk. Af ter thi regu'ar routine of business, they enjoyed an interesting program as follows: Recitation by Mrs. Ja cob Shelborne; Instrumental solo, "Love's Menu," by Miss Hazel Doyle; Select reading from Shakespeare by Mrs. James D. Woldridge, the presi dent; Vocal solo, "If I forget you," by Miss Sadie M. Foster. Both reci tations and music were highly compli mented. At a Hate hour a delicious ice course was served. They ad journed to meet March 13th, with Mrs. Jas. Woldridge. Mr. John T. Fullilove. of Meharry, was the guest of Miss Sadie M. Foster Sun- dav. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Lawance lost their child a few days ago. Mr. Joseph Patton is at home very sick. Mrs. Henry Ferguson had an impres sive exercise at the doing of her school at Fbrenceville last week. Mr, Alonza McGhee is not improving any. Mr. Abram Parks was shot last Sat urday night by officer Fanibroe. Mr. Parks Jived until Monday morning, The cause of the affair is not yet known. Rev. D. T. Mitchell and Mr. H. Ewln? were in Nashville .last Mon day and Monday night on business. SHELBYVILLE NOTES. Miss Vannoy Webster, of Wartrace, spent a few days i'n town last week, Mr. Ed. Erwin, of Wartrace, was in town last Sunday, and made a visit to his old Alma Mater, Turner Nor mal College. The "Stars and Stripes Jubilee" of the Turner Normal Col ege students, at the M. .E. Church last Friday night, was a great sue cess. The weather was Inclement, but a good crowd turned out. Mrs. Dora JonesClayborne made a flying trip down to the city Monday on busi ness. She was the guest of Turner Normal during her stay. The fun eral of Mrs. McChristian at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, was very largely attended The Daughters of Zion had charge of the remains. The fun eral sft vices were conducted by Rev. Raleigh Scott, the pastor. Miss Geneva Clayborne, who went to Nash vtlile a few weeks ago, has returned, after undergoing an operation at the hospital. She seems now to be in fine health. Miss Rosa Officer, of Bon Air, Tenn., left school this week for ber home, on account of siclrjess Mr. J. II. Mayberry, of Centerville, also left for home on account of sick ness. His health has been poor for some time. Dr. J. A. Jones preached last Sunday morning at the A. M. E Church for Rev, G. R. Norman, the pastor, who had just returned from the funeral of his brother, who met with a sad death a few days ago in LynnvfMe. The game that was an nounced to come off between the Turner Normal team and the Deer Foots, cf Nashville, has been called off on account of the shortness of the time in which to prepare for it, on the part of Turner boys. The Senior Knglish Class ;ave musical entertain ment last Monday night in the col lege chapel. The program was short 'mt interesting. Refreshments were served after the exercises were concluded. The class is preparing for their graduating eercises. Eight young people will contest for the gold modal prize at the Commencement The contest will be for excellence in elocution and oratory. The following persons have entered the contest Messrs. Emmitt Campbell, Samuo '?ando!ph, Willie Boil, George P. At kins; and Misses Lena Reynolds, Mary E Greer, Dixie Buchanan and Theima Edsar. Miss EUa L. Jones, of Turner, is sick with a slight at tack of malarial fever. ' HORTENSE NOTES. We are sorry to say that Mrs. Geor gia Elliotte, wife of Mr. Jesse Elliotte, departed this life the 12th, and was buried on the 13th, leaving a mother, husband and four children and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her oss. Mr. Edward Mallory is im proving slowly. ' Mr. Square Liggins returned to his home Wednesday morning in Adams, Tenn. Mr. Deb, Rhudolph is in Clarksville this week visiting his daughter, Mrs. Maggie Hucherson, who Is very sick. Mrs Bessie Darden has moved to hor new home.. Mr. P. G. Morton is prepar ing to move to his new home in short Misse3 L B. Scruggs and M. V. Dick- erson left here Saturday morning en route to Cumberland Furnace, Tenn. Services were good Sunday and Sun day night Mrs. Delia Dickerson re turned home from the infirmary Sat urday night. Mr. C. H. Gatewoods and Mr. Jesse Mallory are sick. Mr. George Darden. who has been iM, has improved nicely and will leave en route to Nashville Sunday. Mrs. Paralie Jones 13 sick. eral girl3 Sundiy. Among those pres ent were Misses B. N. Bradley and M. Hawkins, Liilie HopiKin, Ella Bradley, Myrtle Bradley, Virgie Dickerson end Luda Suggs, of Hortense. KEELING NOTES. Dr. J. B. Logan has recently moed from the McBride Building up otalrs in the Taylor Building, where he has more room and is better prepared to see after his many patients. He solicits the continued patronage of all. Mr. Jack McLin was very badly wounded last Saturday evening. The cause Is unknown. Mr. . W. J. MIddlebrooks' office is up stairs in the Taylor Build ing. When In need of a shampoo call on L. Henly, up stairs In the Taylor Building. The members and visitors of Greenleaf Presbyterian Church wit nessed an excellent sermon Sunday morning, March 17, delivered by the pastor, Rer. M. J. Nelson, A. M. He took for a text Matt. 22:5, subject, "But they made light of it" A good collection was also realized. Rev. H. L. Peterson, of Memphis, who Is Grand Protector , of the Knights and Ladies of Harmony of the World, via- ited Greenleaf Lodge No. 2 of this place iitA Friday. n - : . SPARTA NOTES. I Our little city was in full bloom Sunday irom a religious point of view. Rev. Marchbanks, of Tullahoma, Is conducting a revival meeting at the Baptist Church. Rev. I. T. Jef ferson preached at Ravencroft Sun day. The members and pastor of Kynett Chapel M. E. Church are planning for a great time on Easter. Rev. W. M. Holder, of the M. E. Church, was here Sunday night with Rev. S. M. Carmichael. Mrs. Alice Johnson entertained quite a number of young people Saturday, March 16th. Games and dancing were the features of the evening. A three-course menu was served. Those present were: Mrs. Nellie Hollins, Misses Mary L. Cummings, Magg'-e Hudgins, Annie D. Crabtree, Drady Webb, Dora Jones, Messrs Almond Martin, Robert Lyda, Robert tind Clarence Lowery, Arthur Webb, George F. Rutherford. The party was given in honor of Mrs. Nellie Kollins. If you want to keep posted see the hustling news boy, Willie Ed Brignt, and get the Globe Mesdames Ida Mai McGinnis, Mo-lie Spurlock, Charity Dlbrell and Annie Mai McGinnis were the guests of Mrs lizzie Randier Sunday afternoon. The farmers are very glad to see those pretty days, and they are gett'ng busy. Mr. and Mrs. Will Morford and son are in Nashville visiting their parents. CUMBERLAND FURNACE NOTES. HADLEY NOTES. Mrs. M. L. Shoffner, of Louisville, Ky., who has been visiting relatives here for eeVeral months, left for her home iu Louisville last Saturday morning. Mrs. Shoffner' is ac companied by her sister, Miss Minnie Tilman. , Miss Tilman's stay in the city of Louisville will be quite a lira uea one. Mr. uavm tuggette, a brother of Mrs. Shoffner and Miss Tilman, accompanied them to the City of Rocks. I like the Nashville Banner because it is a great paper, but I like the Nashville G'obe. better because it is a Negro paper, and to me it is greater, because it gives both sides of everything. I do not blame the white man for spending his mon ey for the Banner and not the Glebe, because the Banner comes from his side of the house, and I wish to God Mr. Editor, that every Negro reader would look well to the same. The O. E. S. Chapter met this afternoon, March 16th, and had a lovely meet ing. Mrs. V. J. Moore, W. M., Mrs. Sallie Halliburton. A. M. Mrs. Pclly Heard is visiting friends here. Mrs. Maggie Phillips is visiting Mrs. J. R. Moore. There will be a grand en tertainment here Saturday night, March 23rd, given by the never-falling Stewardesses Board of Murphy's Chapel A. M. B. Church. Rev. J. H. Smith, of Decherd, passed through here recently, en route to Mount Zion, where he will preach Sunday. Mrs. Lelor J. Murphy Is visiting Mrs. V. J. Moore. Miss Sallie Murphy will leave here next week for Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Paul Phillips and wife and Mrs. J. B. Buchanan were guests to dinner with Mrs. Mattie Ramsy. The ladieaj met this afternoon in a missionary meeting, and a nice alttle sum of money was placed on the table. Mr, C. C. Fuggette has decided that he will become a subscriber of the Nash ville Globe. Mrs. Jane Hoard is visiting Mrs. Lizza Burdette. host of friends to mourn their loss. His funeral was attended at the Suiaritan RlJge Saturday. Revs. Barrett and Strlckney officiated. He was interred at the Smaritan Ceme tery. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie John son, of Columbia, were here last Sat urday to attend the funeral of their father, Mr. Henry Tyler. Poplar Creek school closed Friday, but on account of the Inclemency of the weather the commencement was post poned until Saturday night, March 23rd. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Wither- spoon, of Chapel Hill, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Russe'l Sun day afternoon. Mrs. Ada L. Wat kins and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie; John Bon were the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Alderson Sunday even ing. Misses Mattie Patterson, Myrtle Watkins and little May P. Crosby and Miss Lue W. Johnson were the guests of Miss S. A. Alderson Sun day afternoon. Mr. Earl Stewart, of Leatherwood, was the guest of his brother, Mr. William Russell, Sunday. Little Master Gabriel Williams, of Sawdust, was the guest of Mr. Henry Alderson Sunday and Monday. Miss L. S. Collins opened school on the Smaritan Ridge Monday. Mrs. pMar tha Parker Is seriously ill at this writ ing. Miss J. A. Gummer Is able to be out again, after a week's Illness. Little MIsb Annie and Jessie Dansby are a little indisposed this week. Mrs. Robert Harris and children are visit ing her Bister in Mt. Pleasant this week. Rev. N. Smith filled his pul pit. Sunday and Sunday night. The Sunday-school is doing good work. They are . preparing a nice program for Easter. . Mr. and Mrs. John Tuck er entertained the W. H. and F. M. Society last Wednesday. The So ciety is taking on new life, and is gaining many hew members. PARAPE TAW FOR LODGES. MURFREESBORO NOTES. The B'ack-Swan, Madame M. Mag dalene Tartt. the greatest soprano singer of her race, has organized a choral Bociety in this city. They will make their first appearance in public on the 10th, Inst., at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, of which Rev. Mr. Hugh Brad'ey and Mr. Daniel Stanfield left here Wednesday even ing, the sixth, en route to Indianapo lis, after spending several days at home with their ' Bick grandmother, Mrs. Myria Bradley, who departed this life the 4th of March, leaving a host of friends and relatives to mourn her loss. Our Sunday-school services were grand Sunday, the tenth. Mr. George. Hopson left here en route to Clarksville Monday, the 11th, after spending a few days at home with friends and relatives. Mr. Harvey M. Duncan and . Mr. Erlick Yates, of White Oak, Tenn., were the guests of Miss Birdie Bradley and Miss Etta Bradley Sunday, the l)th. Miss L, B. Suggs and Miss M. V. Djckerson, of Hortense, Tenn., were the guests of Miss B. M. Bradley from Saturday until Monday evening. Mr. Thomas Armstrong left here Saturday evening for Goodrich. Miss Belle Dickson was the guest of Miss Stella Brown Sun day. Mr. Sheridan Bradley returned home Monday morning, accompanied by his son, Lawson Bradley. Those sick this week-are little Emma white, Mrs. Gertrude Carter and Mrs. Ange line Collier. Sunday being a fair day, )he Sunday-school of Stone's Chapel M. E. Church was largely attended. Number enrolled for the day, 38. Among the visitors to the place and Sunday-School were the Misses Vir gie Dickerson and Luda Surss. of Hortense, alsoMr. Jesse Bradley called in and made a short talk which was a signal to many. Among those who spoke was Mr. R. E. Armstrong. In spite of the prediction of the low price nf tobacco, colored farmers of this place are continuing to sow plant beds and raise barns. Mrs.-R. E. Armstrong was summoned to the sick bed of her father, Mr. Virgil Davie, at "arksviile Saturday. Misses Estella Brown and Lillie Bell were the guests of Mis3 Isabelle Dixon Sunday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter t-pent Sunday in Promiseland. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dotson entertained eev- FARMINGTON NOTES. Prof. J. H. Bishop opened school here Monday. Mrs. M. B. Winston is indisposed at this writing. Mr, Rastus Curlee is still improving. Sun day being a nice day, quite a nice crowd attended services. Rev. R. A, Dowell was at his best and preach ed a soul-stirring sermon, taking for his text the Sunday-school lesson, "The Paralytic Forgiven and Healed." Mr. and Mrs. Newton Puckett visited Shelbyvil'e Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Joe Hightower entertained at dinner recently, Mr. and Mrs. Bedford, Murphy, of Varona, and Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Dowell. The M. E. Sunday school has begun practicing for Eas ter. Mrs. M. B. WTinston was the guest of Mrs. R. A Dowell Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. Aldrige, of Chap el Hill, were the guests of their pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Laws, Sun day. Mr. Robert Woodruff has re turned to Nashville. Messrs. Roy Robins and Samuel Boren visited Ya rona Sunday. Mr. Roy Baker, of Mill Town, was the guest of Miss Lela Jones Sunday. Mrs. Newton Dysart was the guest of Mrs. John Winston Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Boren and Mr. R. J. Smiley were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Dowell Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Holt enter tained at dinner recently. Those present were: Rev. R. A. Dowell, Mr. and Mrs. Zack Boren. A storm struck the parsonage last Wednesday nicht about half past nine o'clock When all were quiet a sweet song was heard, and immediately a crowd rushed into the house through into the dining-room, where the table was spread and a 'nice supper was served, after which the crowd returned to the parlor. After several songs and music, payer was offered by Brother Andy Maberry. Rev. Dowell made r marks thanking them for their kindness and inviting them to come again. The occasion was Rev. Dow ell's birthday. After the crowd had dispersed the table was found to be 'oaded with groceries of various kinds, too numerous to mention. The crowd was led by Mrs. A. J. Reason over. The following are the names of those who participated in the storm: Mrs. A. J. Reasonover, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Laws, Mr. and Mrs. John Winston, Mr. and Mrs. Z. Boren, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Puck ett, Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Dryden, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Smiley, Mr. and Mrs. Will Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Maberry, Mrs. Amy Duncan, Misses Bottle Lou and Beatrice Smiley, Em ma Maberry, Ethel Winston, Messrs Ernest and William Smiley, Newton Dysart, Oscar Billington and Bonnie Wi'nstoi. ni ftv. i ''At. f h ill ' 1 T" --sn A. ft PLATE I. . We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners per illustration given above, at prices cording to quality-of materials and ilmmines. ranirinff f rom $50 to $74. silk mbroidered worTc from $80 to $U ; hand imbroidered bullion work from $135 to VJ60. Specifications furnished on banners it any price desired. :: :: 1 jjjj G. U.O.ofO.r Eg PLATS 2. This mows a very popular detn ft U. O. of O. V. Lodges. Frout tande - f white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur ain, of red silk. Painted in fold l?-af nd oil colors, back of red banner stceu. Trimmed with imported gold lace, fringe tassel, etc Hardwood pole, wood croft bar, run cover and holster. Prices Q fc. 71 v ' ' "M the awe Banners will 0 WILLIAMSPORT NOTES. The Death Ansrel came ?ntn nnr midst Friday morning and claimed ! made toranyotner orgw. -ion at Bam for its victim Mr. Henry Tyler. His I Prices changing emblems and lettering home was in West Tennessee, but on account of his ill health he came here last September, and remained with his oldest Bon, Mr. Thomas Ty ler, until his death. He leaves two sons, two daughters, a sister, and a to suit the Order. For farther Information irrlie ts) National Baptist Publishing Bczri R. H. BOYS Uorfrr. Q M ft- JLvtwH Bnafttrttt tmad