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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1912.
CAPT. PECK COMMIS SIONER AGRICULTURE CLOSING DAY OF (Continued from Page 1) TO THE FARMERS OF TENNESSEE This week I want to talk to you farmers about the leaks on the farm. In the majority of cases the farmer spends money for the comforts and luxuries of life very sparing y. Spends just as little for. comforts and luxuries as he can manage with. He denies himself those comforts he should have for the sake of economy, and at the same time, he allows things to go to waste that amount to much more than the comforts, he has denied himself, and it is lust such leaks that I want to ta k about. There is no good reason for them; if they were stopped they would make such a diaerence to the farmer. He could have so many things that he feels under ordinary circumstances he can not, afford, and true enough, while the leaks continue. The farmer can not see the leaks on his own farm but he can point ou. the leaks on his neighbor's farm. One leak found on almost every farm in. the state is in the care of farm machinery. How far wil . you have to travel until you find some expensive farm ma chinery that is used a few days in the year, and you will see it exposed to the weather twelve months In the year, the damage by exposure was tvionir V ....... .L. 111U11.V UU.TT-3 U1C WOttl Ull uie 1I1U.CI11U- ery from actual use. The leak or loss to the farmers of Tennessee every year in neglect of farm machin- ery runs so high in thousands of dollars it is appalling, the farmer is indifferent to it and at the same time he denies himself nice clothes, books, papers; will not let his wife buy necessary dishes or linen for the dining room. Another leak on the farm is wasted time and the farmer would say' that he worked harder and longer hours. In some cases even that is true but he did not do i ' , ... the right thing at the right time. He ard' .1SS anche, Antioch, Tenn Brown, Miss K. R., 212 Spring street. Chattanooga, Tenn. Crown, Miss Novella, 161 Filmore street, Nashv.il , Tenn. Brown, Mr. R. H., McLean Branch. R. 8, Nashville, Tenn. Brown. Miss Susie, Veto, Ala. Buford. Mr. E. .B., 624 Fogg street, Nashville, Tenn. Buford, Miss Myrtle A., 1015 Eigh teenth avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn. Butcher, Miss Emma, 712 Eass street, Nashville, Tenn. Butler, Miss Dl pie, 506 Water street, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Cain, Miss M. O., Dayton, Tenn. Calvert, Mr. V. G., Webb, Miss.. Box lib. INSTITUTE. Harrison, Miss Fa-nie, Gallatin, Tenn. Hiygood, Miss Lottie, 108 Ivis street, Nashville, Tenn. Henderson. Mr?. A. E., 1S01 Willow street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Hill, Miss Anna, Lebanon, Tenn. Hill. Mr. J. E., R. 8, McLean Station. Nashville, Tenn. Hixon, Miss Maude M., 508 West Tenth street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Holmes, Miss Rosa L., 832 East Twelfh street, Nashville. Tenn. Hopkins, Mrs. Laura, 021 Eider street, Clarksville, Tenn. Hoi'se. Mrs. E'len, R. R. ID, Box 45, Nashvi le, Tenn. . Lowe. Miss Sophia E., R. R. 1, Box GO, Mt. Juliet, Tenn. Mabry, Geneva. Miss, 1704 Jeffersoa street, Nashville, Tenn. Maney. Miss Amanda. 1220 East Hill street. Nashville, Tenn. Mayberry, Sophronia, 2030 Jefferson street, Nashvi le, Tenn. Mebane, Lettie, Miss, Cordova, Tenn. Miller, Beulah, Miss, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Miller, Corde'ia, 523 Water street, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Miller, Lulu, Miss, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Monroe, Miss Mae E., 114 Earley street, Chattnooga, Tenn. Shelton, Mr. D. B., R. F. D.. 2. Smyrna, Tenn. Shoffnor. Miss Zelma. 1217 First ave nue, Nashville, Tenn. Shook, Myrtle, Miss, 1107 Forterfield street, Nashville. Tenn. Smith, Mr. D. F.. Guthrie, Ky. Smith, Miss E. B., Union City, Tenn. Smith, Miss Ophelia. 1214 Commerce street, C arksville, Tenn. Smith, Mr. S. S., Eighth street, Chat tanooga, Term. Spiiggs, Mrs. E. E., Cleveland, Tenn.' Steele, Mr. J. D., 56 Clairborne street. Nashville, Tenn. Stipes, Mrs. L. B., Pine street, Chat tanooga, Tenn. mm- i tfawr f Jan vu m rmm n i FOR. LODGES. JIM II the right thing at the right time. He waited about breaking his ground un ti'i it got too dry; it broke up cloddy; he did not get it in good condition before he planted; he found clods all summer and the crop was not satis factory, all because he did not begin at the right time, and let his work push, him Instead of pushing his work. We all know, just how indif ferent many farmers are to the value of time. They. think they work hard er and 'onger hours when in fact they work fewer hours In the year than the business man or the manu facturer. I do not mean the farmer who is bui "ding up his land and mak ing money; he makes every minute count. Just as the manufacturer or business man, he has.no time to drop Important work to go hunting or fishing or to store to talk politics; he does those things but he does so when he Is up with his work. There are numerous other leaks, land wash ing, neglect in care of live stock. improperly prepared rations for his stock, causing waste of feed with no returns for the value. Loss cornea from improper attending to 'stock, letting them stay out In bad weather, irregular feeding. When we begin to look for Vaks we find them on every hand. Not with the up-to-date farm er, for it is his ability to find and stop the leaks that makes him pro gressive. The farmer who is ener getic and intelligent, who keeps all the leaks stopped on his farm, is making money in proportion, he is getting more for the effort than the merchant or manufacturer. They have long since learned that they cannot hope to succeed if they fail to stop al'i the leaks. When the farmer is careful to stop the leaks he will pass them all in rewards for his efforts. This is not conjecture. but proven facts by the progressive farmers in every county in the state. PLATE I, We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banner! gs per illustration given above, at price according to quality of materials and trimmings, ranging from $50 to $75; silk embroidered work from $80 to $110; hand embroidered bullion work from $135 to !80. Specifications furnished on banners at any price desired. :: :: :r ; jY G.l.O.ofO.F I PLATE 2. This shows a very popular design fot U. O. of O. V. Lodges. Front made of white flag sil'i. Lambrequin, or Cur lain, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf ad oil colors, Dacitor rea winner suea. Trimmed with imported gold lace, fringe tassels, etc Hard wood pole, wood eroaa W. win cover and houter. Prices O to t ' rf the akaww Banners will kg aude for air other orjll ion at aamt prices, changing emblems ana lettering suit tae oraer. For tatter taJanMtioa wctt to ftfeal PdSsMsa Best " R. K. CJY3t tasradanr. POOR SAINTS' HOME. "We intend to take 'care of every poor saint or aged person belonging to This church and congregation from now on or else I'll not die happy. We are going to purchase a large two story brick house with nlenty of yard and see to it that the women and men, who have labored here with me and my predecessors shall, not have to live from hand to mouth," was the substance of a statement .mad? by Rev. C. H.. Clark, D. D.. the pas tor of Mt. Olive Bantist Church, on Cedar street, last Sunday. Sunday was communion day and at three services during the day the house was crowded. More than 1,500 were out in the afternoon when full an nouncement of the rally and plans for raisine funds to purchase the home were made known. nr. Carle stated that in October he shall have pastored Mt. Olive Church twenty years and he did not believe the Lord would take him awav before the work now begun was fully com pleted. He announced a committee of 100 members to raise $10.00 eacn bv the fourth Sunday in this month and also gave out the names of ten men, all members of the church, who had already agreed to give $100.00 each. According to this p'an more than two thousand dollors have been pledged. He plans to be in the pos session of the building and property o that it can be ready for dedication In connection with his twentieth an niversary In October. The officers and pastor or tn church have all been working on the plans Tor some time, but Sunday was the first public announcement stating that a place had been selected ana that thines would be pushed to sneedv conclusion. It is known thai Mt. Olive has the largest member ship, as well as the largest congre gation, in Nashville and is one or in few churches in the state that is ou of debt. Their building, grounds furniture and holdings are valued at fiftv thousand dollars. This church was panned by th lute Rev. R. T. Hoffman ok. twontv-six vears ago, but CIIS'IIV ----- when the present pastor too chifrge they were worshipping in the haaompiit stnrv. His labor has result ed In the magnificent church edifice so well equipped with pews, pipe or fron enthedral elass windows ana Sunday-school auditorium oontpd with about 50O opera chairs The Sunday-school is the largest in Marine Tliev have a "Metoka" class of men with an enrolment of in nnd a "Galeda" class of youn women with an enrollment of C9. The Sunday-school roll as reported to the Sunday-School Congress was tua. ur, Clark says that several wealthy plo d's have promised to help on the Poor Saints' Home, but that he wants hia neonle. the members of the church, to raise the first $2,000. The Phnreh Is now taking care or us m abled aged members, paying their rent and supplying them with clothes fuel during the winter and otner ne cesslties. Since the church is charter ed the home will be only a depart ment of the church. It is to lncnted somewhere near, where will be convenient .for the inmates to attend church and the members and friends to visit the home. Card, Mr. W. H., Antioch, Tenn., R. k .5, uex ;::. Carney, Miss M. C, Port Royal R R. 1, Box 25. Carney, Miss Norah, Port Royal, R. R. 1, Box 25. Carson, Mrs. M. R., Tyner, Tenn. carutners, Miss Jennie Hill, 916 Overton street, Nashville, Tenn. Cash, Airs. G. A., 1444 Thirteenth ave nue, South, Nashville, Tenn. Chairs, Miss Emma, 1115 First street, South, Nashvi le, Tenn. C"u..dress, Rev. J. K., Murfreesboro. Tenn. Chriemcn, Miss Mary, Second avenue, South, Nashville, Tenn. coinns, Miss Louella, Columbia. Tenn. Cox, Mr. Audie, R. F. D. 3, Box 38, iynnvme, Tenn. Crews, Mrs. Pearl K., 1013 South Glade street, Columbia, Tenn. crosthwait, Miss Alberta, 1813 Mo- rena street, Nashville. Tenn. Dillahunty, Miss Leiia, 1306 Edge- hill street, Nashville, Tenn. Daniels, Miss Evie, 50G Fourteenth avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn. Davidson, Miss Ella, Davidson, Miss Olivia, G12 West Eleventh street, Chattanooea. Tenn. Davis, Miss Kittie, 1244 Thomas street, Nashville, Tenn. Davis, Miss Mattie A., 1023 First avenue, South, Nashville, Tenn. Davis, Miss Mattie L., 822 East Fifth street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Davis, Miss Mayme, Shelbwllle. Tenn. Davis, Miss Novel a E., Box - 49G. Lebanon, Tenn. Davis, Mr. W. R., R. R. 8, Box 91, Station B, Nashville, Tenn. Donahue, Miss Ada, 1510 Harrison avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. Donaldson, Miss Etta, 403 Church street, Donaldson, Miss Minnie, St. Elmore fetation, Chattanooga, Tenn. Drew, George W., 134 Lafayetto street, Nashville, Tenn. Driver, Miss Ella B., 934 Main street Nashville, Tenn. Duval, Miss Sallie, 816 North Sixth street, Nashville, Tenn. Easterling, Miss M. B., 112 Pierce avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. English, Miss Inez, 1G24 Jefferson street, Nashville, Tenn. Ernest, Miss R. L., 708 1-2 East Eighth street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Erwin, Miss Agnes, 1808 Hermosa street, Nashville, Tenn. Ewing, Miss Mary L., 114 Eighth street, East Nashville, Tenn. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. J, P., Pulaski, Tenn. Floyd, Mr. Eth B., R. F. D. 2, Box 15G A, Nashvule, Tenn. Flowers, Miss Willie Mae, 46 North Hill street, Nashville, Tenn. Forney, Miss Mamie, 505 Blackford street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Freeman, Miss Anthionette, 12G2 Third avenue, South, Nashville, Tenn. Gamble, Miss Mattie, 4514 Tennessee avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. Gardner, Miss M. L., R. I. Prospect, Tenn. v i ' ' ( " - u I ' - L, Jj 'J ' - i ! - ! - " ' - TIT" "I - I .5 . - v. K , .-irpn7 r""M "'""" I - j . Members of State Institute Recently Held at State Normal. j House, Mr. .1. W 816 East Fifth street, Chattanooga, Tenn. House, Miss Stella L., 510 South Fourth street, NaBhville, Tenn. Howland. Miss M. E., R. 4, Box G7, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Hugging, Miss Mary, R. F. D. 3, Box G8. Antioch, Tenn. Huggins, Miss Mattie, Culleoka, Tenn. Jackson, Miss Delia O., 724 East Eighth street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Jackson, Viola, Miss, 724, East Eighth street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Jackson, Miss Olivia. Jennings, Miss Dollie E., 924 South street, Nashvi Ae, Tenn. . Johnson, Miss Bessie, Brentwood, Tenn. Johnson, Miss Effie, "35 North Hill street, Nashville, Tenn. Jolv.ison, Mr. A. C, Overall, Tenn. Johnson, Miss Mary, 915 Sixteenth avenue, Nashvi.le, Tenn. Johnson, Miss Mattie B., 25 Wharf avenue, Nashville, Tenn. Jones, Miss Alma L., 1S21 Jefferson street, Nashville, Tenn. Kennedy! Mrs. M. B., R. F. D. G, Nashvije, Tenn. King, Mr. A. G., Soddy, Tenn. King, Miss Maggie I., R. R. 2, Antioch. Tenn., care of T. J. Williams. King, Mrs. S. A., Claiborne street, Nashville, Tenn. Landon, Mrs. W. P., 423 Pine street, Chattanooga, Tenn. ten v i h : ; r v A e a 1 , t 1 vfii. gzv ! 7r 5 1 5 . I H 1 , v, . "T.J m " V ",' v-: " ' ; Faculty of the State Institute Recent ly Held at the State Normal School. Iiarg variety of kimonos, 10c and up, at J. II. Foreman, 11th and Jefferson. Gay, Mr. Jacob, 281)1 Hill street, Nashville, Tenn. Gilmore, Miss D. Vivian, 71G East Thirty-second street, Cleveland, Tenn. Grant, Mrs. M. B., 2100 Vine street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Green, Miss Bertha, 450 State street, Murfreesboro, Tenn. Griflln, Miss Ida, Ninth street, Clarks ville, Tenn. Griffin, Miss Mary, GueBB, Miss Mary C, 9 Grove street, Chattanooga, Tenn., Hadley, Miss Mollie, 1611 Jefferson street, Nashvi je, Tenn. Hamm, Mr. T. S., ArjUoch, Tenn. Hardin. Misa Lucile, 121 Birch street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Harris, Miss Mary M., 126 Vine street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Harris MlhB Isabella, 1!24 Hayes street, Nashville, Tenn. Lane, Miss Maggie E., 915 Morrison street, Nashvil e, Tenn. Laprado, Beatrice, Miss, 1247 Harri son avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. Lawrence, Mrs. E. S., GO.i) East Eighth Eighth street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Lawrence, Mrs. N. S., G(H) East Eighth street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Ledford, T. R., Route 5, Clarksville, Tenn. Lewis, Benjamin C, 925 Morrison street Nashville, Tenn. Lott, Miss A. J., G21 Chestnut street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Love, Miss Jennie, 1503 Jackson street, Nashvil e, Tenn. Loving, Miss M. B., 41 Line street. Chattanooga, Tenn. Lowe, Miss Clara, 1905 Jefferson street, Nashville, Tenn. Lowe, Prof. C. B., 1234 Fiist avenue, South, Nashville. Tenn. Lowe, Mr. R. A., ri7 East Fifth street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Mooros. Daisy, Miss, 34 Perkins street, Nashville, Tenn. Moores, Miss Cliff, 31 Perkins street, NashvUa, Tenn. Morgan, Miss Bessie, 402 Sylvan Stre.n, East Nashville, Tenn. Moss, Miss L. E.. Winchester, Tenn. Mulins, Mr. J. E. Murry, Miss Sallie, 1101 Scovel street, Nashville, Tenn. McCutcheon, Myrtle, Miss, 1026 Ar cher street, Nashville, Tenn. McCutcheon, Mr. S. A., R. R. 1, White Creek, Tenn. McDona d. Miss Carrie, 39 Maury street, Nashville, Tenn. McLemore, Mrs T. J., 12 Cannon street, Nashville, Tenn. McNeace, Miss M. M., R. F. D. 1, Box 51, Raleigh, Tenn. Neal, J. B., Mrs., 1102 Thirteenth av enue, Nashville, Tenn. Nesbit, Miss Ada, 2019 Jefferson Nolan, Miss C yde, 1G04 Jefferson street, Nashville, Tenn. street, Nashville, Tenn. Northern, Mabel, Miss, 1710 Patter son street, Nashvil ie, Tenn. O'iver, Mrs. E. N., Dodds avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. Orr, Miss Elsie Mai, 406 Clifton ave nue, ..ashville, Tenn. Overton, Ruby, Miss, 119 Shearer street, Clarksville, Tenn. Owen. Mr. J. B 1411 Pike street, South Nashvi le. Page, Parthenia, Miss, 14 Hill street, Nashville, Tenn. Parks, Hattie, Miss, Cleveland, Tenn. Putton, Miss Mary. Peyton, Mr. John B., Reformatory, Nashville, Tenn. Peaks, Miss Minnie, 39 Roberson street, Nashville. Pendleton, Miss R. H Beaumont, Texas. Perkins, Beulah, Miss, Brentwood. Tenn. Person, Miss Maggie, R. R. 1, Box 2fi, Port Royal, Tenn. Peterson, Sa ene. Hermitage, Tenn. i '""VirrJ. I. V.. Mr !:f' Emma, R. F. D. 1, Box ; 1? Antioch, Tenn. I 'nrtpr lUisn Mnmip. SOS Cedar street, NashvilVe. Puryear, Miss Mary, 504 Quarry street, Nashville. Ramsey, Florence, Miss, 401 Line street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Ramsey, Miss Gertrude, 401 Line street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Ramsey, Miss Ora, U07 Union street, St. Elmore Station, Chattanooga. Ranson. Miss G. E., R. 5, Clarksville, Tenn. Reese, Jessie, 224 South Walnut street, Murfreesboro. Reed, Mrs. L. B., 409 Mill street, Pu laski, Tenn. Reyno'tis, Mrs. R. V., 703 Sixth ave nue, South, Nashville. Rhue,. Mr. T. A., 2013 Blackford street. Chattanooga, Tenn. Rhue, Mrs. T. A., 2013 Blackford street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Hideout, Mr. G. B 209 Seventh street, Nashville. Robb. Miss Lulu, 714 Ninth avenue. South, Nashville. Roberts, Miss G. B., 1112 Commerce street, Clarksville, Tenn. Robinson. Miss Lee, Antioch, Tenn. Rogers, Clara. Miss, Hixon, Tenn. Rogers, Mrs. M. B., 707 Cypress street. Chattanooga, Tenn. Rose, Betty T., Miss, R. 7, Pulaski, Tenn. Rose, Mr. W. P.. 1028 Gay street, Nashville, Tenn. Ross, Narcissa, Miss, McLean Sta- tlon, Tenn. Sanders, Fannie L., Miss, 813 High street, Nashville, Tenn. Scruggs, Mayme, Miss, rino street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Shannon, Miss Mattie, Morristown, Tenn. Subbs, Mr. M. W., 1002 Eleventh ave nue, North, Nashville, Tenn. Suggs, Hattie, Miss, R. R. Box 46, Guthrie, Ky. Swan, Mr. J. L., R. p. D. No. 3, Box 44, East Chattanooga, Tenn Tabb. Mr. A. J., 3820 Long street, St. Elmore, Tenn. Taliaferro, Mr. H. F., 102 Kelley street, Chattanooga, Tenn Thomas, Mr. W. G.. 407 Pike street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Thompson, Lillie, Miss, R. R. 1, Box 16, Hermitage. Tenn. Thompson,. Miss Mayme, in Cannon street, Nashvil'e, Tenn Thompson, Mrs. Sallie, no Lewis street, Nashville, Tenn. Thompson, Rev. S Smyrna, Tenn. Tibbs. Louise, Miss, Winchester, Tenn. Tilman, Miss E. R., 25G Forest ave-' nue, Chattanooga, Tenn. Tilman, Miss R. M., 256 Forest ave nue, Chattanooga, Tenn. lumer, miss iwainie A., 325 McGrew street, Pulaski, Tenn. Turner, Miss Mattie, Cleveland, Teno. Utley, Miss Luel & B., 837 Vernon street, Nashville, Tenn. Vernon, Mr. G. W., R. F. D. 11, Dot 34, South Nashville. Vernon, Miss Susie. Voorhies, Miss Susie, Brentwood, Tenn. Walker .Flora, Miss A. J., Henderson, Ky. Walton, Mary Low, 90 Wichita ave nue, Northeast Nashville, Tenn Warren, W. H 8 Grove street, Chat tanooga, Tenn. Washington, B. G., Mrs., 23 Grove street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Washington, Mrs. C. p., Lookout street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Watson, Estizer, Miss, 45 Maney street, Nashville, Tenri; Watson, Miss Sadie L., 45 Maney street, Nashville, Tenn. Wildns, Mr. W. C, 5 North Hill street. Nashville, Tenn. Wilkins, Mrs. W. C, 5 North Hill street, Nashville, Tenn. Wilkinson, Mattie A., R. F. D. 2 Lvnn ville, Tenn. Williams, Lena, Miss., 156 Henry street, Clarksvi Je, Tenn. Williams, Mr. J. W., 2012 Harrison avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. Williamson, F. M. (?), Elkton, Tenu. Wilson, Mary A. L., Miss, 115 Grove street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Wimberly, Pattie A., Miss, Box 26, Clarksville, Tenn. Woods, B. F., Mr. R. F. D. 3, Mur freesboro, Tenn. Woods, Parthenia, Miss E., S34 Ver non street, Nashvil'e, Tenn. Harrington, Mrs. Anna, Chattanooga, Tenn. RENWAR KILLS RHEUMATISM Perry k Lester Coal Co. 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