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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1912.
) Oat of Town Notes. GREENFIELD NOTES. Mi's. Bertha Taylor opened school Itowden School, near McKenzie, st .Monday. Mrs. Taylor is an en- eitic young lady. Miss Wilcie Gal- lion is teaching at her home school, Mt. Zion, in Gibson County. She is a student ,cf Lane College. Mr. Jim Malone and w.fe went to Fulton Sun day. Mrd. llattie Steward, of Bald- wyn, Mis.,' is visiting her sister, Mrs. Corine $ubbs. Aaron CourTXo. 134. O. O. C, joined the other host of Ca tlies in the bereavement of our late G. W. C. Dr. R. F. Boyd. We are in deep sympathy with his dear mother and other relatives. In his life we realize that great men are born with the principles and qualities which by reason of cultivation, grow into prac tical usefulness. Miss Lottie Wilson, little Birdie Lee Black and Mrs. Mil lie Gleascn are on the sick list. Mrs. Ann Stone has gone to New Hope Baptist, near Milan, to attend pro racted meeting. Mrs. Sallie Wool lard, of Mounds, 111., was a visitor to our town last week. Mrs. Mattle Lou Jackson and Mr. George Hegga, of Rutherford, made our town a visit. Quite a large crowd attended the bar becue at Skinner's Grove In Gibson County last Saturday. The barbecue was for the benefit of Mt. Zlon C. M. E. Church. Rev. Young. P. C. Mls3 Mary Greet, of Martin, Tenn., opened school last Monday at Mt Olive, four miles northeast of town. ThU Is about her fourth term. BRIDGEPORT (ALA.) NOTES. The Willing Worwers" Literary So ciety met Wednesday night and the subject of the debate was "Which Is most useful to a family, horse or a cow?" Pete Hill was the affirmative, Ed Thompson was the negative; the affirmative won. Miss Anna Lee Aklns, Nolla Stephens, Dossie Per kins, of South Pitsburg, were the guests of Miss Sadie Sims last Sa tur day. The Willing Workers Literary Society gave a picnic last Saturday. The second nine of Stevenson, Ala., played Bridgeport. The score was 9 t ) 2 in favor of (Bridgeport Rev. J. B. Miller, of Columbus, Ga., passed here last Monday, Mrs. Verna El liott and daughter made a flying trip to Huntsville Monday. ' James Hill also went. Mrs. -Laura Hatchett will spend four days at Winchester and Beans Creek next week. .,,,. PARSONS NOTES. The farmers are successful in lay ing in their crops. The weather is hot and dry. Inside of eight days, two deaths have occurred in our town, Mrs. E. D. Walls and Mrs. Parthena Hcuston. Mrs. Houston was the old est citizen of the town. Each leaves a host of relatives. Miss C. A. McLe more attended the State Institute at Jackson, Tenn., lrom the 17th of June to the Cth of July. While there she made many warm friends. Miss Alia Scott and Miss MvLemore spent Sat urday aud Sunday in Perry county Mvith Miss Scott's aunt, who Is very sick Rev. J. M. Huddleston, pastor o the M. E. Church at Parsons, preached a good sermon over at Howard's Chapel, where he is to teach school this summer. Rev. F. E. Young, of Greenfield, arrived in town to-day. Rev. W M. Olliver, of the Parsons Circuit A. M. E. Churches, f.Iled his appointment at Decatur last Sunday and night. Mr. J. M. Scott made a trip to Decaturville yesterday, visiting relatives. Rev. Olliver spent several days in the city of Memphis, attending the District Conference. Little Quenton Scott and his father, Mr. Henry Scott, are on the sick list. The Knights and Daughters of Tabor are expecting their Chief Grand Men tor. The members and friends of the M. E. Church are busy getting ready for their District Conference. Mrs. Cora C. Scott presented Mrs W. M. Oliver two fine heads of jbage, Borne onions and beett. She, of course, was glad to receh e such. The leaders of the clubs, leagues, choir and mission departments are prepar ing to have a joint barbecue soon. We are eager to declare that the Nashville Globe Is one of the leading papers in the world for Negroes, it should be In every town If not home. JASPER NOTES. A grand picnic was given Friday and Saturday by Mr. Albert Beck and Mrs. Oma Hunter. Prof. A. F. Shock ley was a visitor In South Pittsburg one day this week. Mr. L. Springs passed through our town one day this week en route to Victoria. Mr. Lu ther Gant. of Victoria, was a visitor In Jasper Saturday. Miss Huba Smart, of South Pitsburg. was the Guest of Miss Gladys Springs Sunday. Mr. Elgia Spears is the guest of friends and relatives in Pikeville. Mr. Ed Hightower, of South Pitts burg, was ? visitor in Jasper Sun day. Mrs. Arthur Sleigh and children visited parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Spears, Sunday. Mr. Ross Thurman has a cold drink stand in the lower part of the Masonic Hull. Mr. Thur rean gives every one a hearty wel come. Airs. Angeline Porter has re turned home after a few days' visit to her Mater, Mrs. Cora Hill, in Chatta nooga. HORTENSE NOTES. i Misses Minnie Niblet and Virgie i Dickerson made a flying trip to Promiseland, Tenn., Saturday, and spent quite a pleasant stay. There was a supper given here at the resi dence of Mr. Tom Carney, Saturday night withmuch success. Mr. A G. Brooks, f. Nashville, is here visiting p the home of Miss M. V. Dickerson. Rev. J. B. Mullina, of Nashville, is here; he preached Sunday night. Miss Corine Washington entertained quite a number of guests Sunday. Among them were Miss Minnie Nib Met, Mr. Osham Vanller, Miss Virgie Dickerson, Mr. A. G. Brooks and Rer. . B. Mulllns. Mr. Geo. F. Teasley 8 was the guest of Mies C. R. Washing ton Sunday afternoon. Miss Augusta Watkins entertained a number of guests Sunday. Among them were Mr. J. T. Mallory, Mr. Wilmer Sra f'ng, Mr. P. F. Ford and Mrs. Bertha Niblet. Miss Ruth McComic is on the sick list. Mrs. Rosalee Jackson is still sick. Mrs. E. E. I.ankfort. of King ston Springs, is here visiting friends j and relatives. i FRANKLIN NOTES. The" lawn fete given by the Forget-Me-Not Art Club Thursday was the event of the season, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis, one mile from town on the Lewisburg pike. Never was there an outing carried out more beautifully in every respect. The guests began promptly at four o'clock In pleasure wagons, hacks and buggies, and at five everybody was present, and there we heard merry voices, and looking around over the green lawn could be seen various games. Supper was spread In the open air promptly at six o'clock. There were about 175 persons sur rounding the table, decorated with mixed bowers and with everything eatable that any one desired, which presented a scene of beauty. The lawn was illuminated with Japanese lanterns, and the, lovely moonlight. Music and games were indulged in until a late hour. The out-of-town guests were Misses Ophelia Church, of Cincinnati; Laura Brown, of Co lumbia, Tenn., and Mr. Chas. Farmer, of Nashville, the guests of Misses Merrill, Murdix and Southall. Every one expressed themselves as having a jolly time. SPARTA NOTES. , Mrs. Hattie Carmichael has been very sick, but is better now. The members of the A. M. E. Church went to McMinnville last Friday to attend the District Conference, a great num ber. The members and friends of the M. E. church at Bluff City gave a moonlight picnic last Saturday, night in honor of Rev. S. M. Carmi chael. A nice lime was reported. A1 large number of the people left here! this morning for Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Motin Holt were here from Ra venscroft Sunday. The members of the M. E. church are getting busy. They will engage In a ral'v Me fourth Sunday in August. Cluu No. 1, led by Mrs. Lizzie Randals; No. 2, Miss Baggie Hudgins. Mrs. Lizzirt Randals returned home Saturday morning from Warrior, her old home pince. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hollins made a flying trip to Nashville recent ly. Mrs. Susie Davidson, of Wartrace, was here three days last week vis iting her sick daughter, Mrs. Hattie Carmichael. Mrs. Annie McDaniels lias returned home from Davidson. Mrs. Mary L. Scott is here from Nash ville, visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Broington. Miss Girtie Randies is here from Nashville visiting her fa ther, Mr. James Randies. WARREN NOTES. The farmers who have been labor ing so steadily are' now bidding the green fields good bye. There was a big crowd at the funeral of Mrs. Julia Neal. which was held at Carters Chap el Baptist Church on last Sunday. Pev, H. R. Brown and Rev. S. N. Smith delivered intelligent sermons suitable to the occasion. Miss Cora B. Flippin, Mr. Tommie Owens, Miss Esther B. Howel land Mr. Will Jeffer son were the guests of Mr. Booker Flinpln and Mrs. Pattie Dandridge on last Sunday. These four spooners spemt a few moments of great pleas ure In the beautiful oak grove at Mr. J. C. Montague's, viewing the beauti ful landscape as the sun sank behind the western hills. Mrs. Ada Brown passed quietly away from this life this evening. She leaves a husband, father 'and mother, a brother and sis tec to mourn her loss. Rev. Robert Turner, Mr. R. D. Cross and Mr. Tom Ricket spent a pleasmt evening at the home of Mr. J. C. Montague. The church supper given by the Willing Workers a few nights ago proved suc cessful. KEELING NOTES. Rev. M. J. Nelson, spent last Sun day in McKenzie on spiritual duties. Miss M. L. Washington, of Mason. was the guest of Miss Bessie Taylor Inst Sunday. Sir J. R. McBride made n business trip to Memphis Thursday. Mrs. Lizzie Collier has been Indis posed for quite a while, and also Lady Frances Jones. For all kinds of job work, such as printtng bills, adver tisements, stationery, etc., call on Sir F. T. Jones. Misses Lettie and Nor lan Lee, of Brownsville, spent a few dnys here visiting friends last week. Williamson Chapel Lodge No. 9, K. and L. of H. of the W., will hold their anniversary and thanksgiving serv ices Sunday, August 11. Greenleaf Lodge No. 2 has cordially Invited to attend the services. SOMERVILLE NOTES. The Baptist General Association will begin its forty-third annual ses sion August nth at the Pleasant Grove B;:ptif-'t Church. A large delegation i predicted. The Shiloh C. M. E. CVureh hns kindly consented to care for the delegates of the Association Thursday, August 8, in the way of furnishing dinner. We are sure it. will be a delicious treat. Mrs. N. Falls audi Miss Kirkwood Presberury. of Memphis, are visiting relatives and friends here .this week. The Chil dren's Day services of the Pulliam Chapel Baptist Church were a per fect success last Sunday. Rev. Wni. Johnson, the pastor, preached quite an inspiring sermon. All were made glad. CULLEOKA NOTES. Rev. W. M. Cackwell and delegates returned home Saturday evening from ProsD"it, where they have been at- tending the District Conference. A pleasure wagon of girls and boys took a pleasant trip last Wednesday even ing t a social given by Misses Zora Belle Moore. Music was furnished by Misses Onnie Brown, of Columbia, and Mr. John Henry Moore, of Mooresville., Miss Onnie Brown, aft er spending a few weeks with her aunt. Miss Sarah Jane McKnight, and Hattie E. Huggins, returned to Co lumbia Thursday evening. Miss Mat lie B. Huggins opened her school at ampbell Station Monday morning, but. on account of the death of one of her pupils, the enrollment was small. A imraber of parents were out to hear the opening adddresses by Revs. ( Cp.skwell and E. L. Martin and Mrs. ! White, of Lynnville. Each one of the parents made a few remarks, which j showed their interest in both teacher and pupil3. Miss Rosa Wallace spoke tiome very interesting words on j the progress of our people. . Tuesday j morning the school room was crowded to its utmost capacity and we get a glimpse of progress and a brighter future. Rev. William Green, of Ala bama, preached a soul-stirring sermon at the Old Baptist church Sunday night. Mr. . John Andrew Boyd, of Lynnville, was the guest of Miss Geor gia A. Moore Sunday. Mr., Willie Baxter was the guest of Miss Hattie Moore Sunday. The Missionary Bap tists are preparing ot give their an nual picnic Saturday. The harvesters are all smiles because the rain has ceased falling and the sun shines. Miss Zora Belle Moore and Mr. Ru fus Bryant took a pleasant drive to Fountain Creek Sunday. MADISON STATION NOTES. Mrs. Callie Shute and daughter, Miss Mary Shute, and Mrs. Mattle Franklin spen the day at Edenwold, Tenn. Mrs. Callie Shute and other were the guests of Mrs. Wherry at Edenwold. Sunday. Mrs. Josle Ben ten gave a moonlight picnic Satur day night and had a nice time. Many visitors from Nashville were there. Mrs. Rye Taylor. Mrs. Bettie Falls and Mrs. Ella Gee, of Nashville, were there. Mrs. Mary Reid returned home from St. Louis last Sunday. Mr. Rice, of Nashville, was the guest of Mr. Lee Bates Sunday. Rev. John Franklin and wife, Mrs. Eliza Frank lin, spent Sunday evening in Brfce- ville. Mrs. Evie Bates and daughter, litle Miss Marcella Bates, were the guests of Mrs. Mary Reid and Mrs. Viola Blakemore Sunday evening. Mrs. Lillie Eubanks, who has been stepping here, will move back to Nashville in a few days. Mr. Oliver Bates and Mrs. Willie Henly spent Tuesday in Nashville. Miss Mary Lannon spent Saturday and Sunday ii Nashville visiting her mother. Miss Marcella Bates and Miss Mary Lannon and Olive Bates were the gvests of Miss Minnie Lee Lie Sun day night. Mrs. Josie Benten spent Sunday in Springfield. BROWN'S CHAPEL. The District Conference of the A. M E. Church, Pulaski, met here July 21-28. Dr. S. J. Howard, Presiding Elder. Dr. Howard proved to be the right man in the right place. The amount raised was $431.0.0. Some of the leading lights of our church vis ited us, to-wit: Dr. G. W. Porter, of Columbia; Dr. S. L. Howard, of St. John, Nashville; Prof. 4ra T. Bryant, of the Sunday-Schol Union, Nashville; Dr. J. A. Jones, President of Turner Normal, Shelbyville. Mrs. G. L. Jack eon was here looking after the Wom en's Department and did some good work. Mrs. J. A. Davis was here from Tuskegee, Ala., and did her part in a pleasant way. Our visitors brought us some good tidings. Many of our ministers and delegates were much surprised to see so many colored peo ple owning their homes. The colored people here around Browns Chapel own over 2,000 acres of land and are making a good living. They took good care of the Conference. We are nil highly pleased with the Southern Christian Recorder since it has changed hands, it seems to have put on new dress and new methods. Rev. E. D. Brothers is paster at Brown Chapel and Is working hard to suc ceed. It looks now like the Pulaski District will reach Mt. Pleasant in October with her clans well nigh al in the good Master to help us. Our churches in the Pulaski District seem to be in fair shape and will pull over, we think, all right. LIVINGSTON. NOTES. Rev. C. L. Seward, of Cookville, preached a wonderful sermon Sunday at the E. M. Church. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Marchgbanks and several of the girls and boys spent the Sunday at Henard. Miss Willie J. Simpson gave a social party last Friday night in honor of Miss Annie Crabtree, of Sparta. They had a very lovely time, after which an Ice-course was served. The waiters were Mr. Charlie Hardy and Mr. Dillard Murphy. Misses Lula and Sallie Cullom, of Henard, were present, also a girl friend from Nash ville, Miss Jessie L. Reece. Mr. Thomas Bolton gave a fish fry Satur day night and reported a good time. Miss Annie Crabtree, Mr. Willie L. Ray, Miss Vera Ray, Mr. Arthur Mur phy, Miss Jessie T. Reece, Mr. Albert Cullom, Mr. Charlie Hardy, Mr. Dillard Murphy were the guests of Miss Wil lie J." Simpson Sunday afternoon. The young men ordered supper from the restaurant. Fish, bread and soda water, after which they spent a few hours with Miss Vera Ray before church time. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mur- phy took a drive Sunday five miles in "the country. Mrs. Parlee Cullom-, who was sick, is better, also Uncle Samuel Cullom. Uncle Jake McDon-1 al is reported better. Mrs. Martha Jones, of Algood, was here last week visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDonal. She left Sunday for Al good. Miss Annie Crabtree will go to Algood to-day to meet her sister, Mrs. Eliza Morgan, who will spenj'a few days with her sister, Mary Lou Roberts. Miss Jessie Reece will leave for Netherland to-day, where she' will teach school this fall. CHARLOTTE NOTES. The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society of this place met THE TUSKEGEE r I, ; i i I V S ! ; , .... ( Vv-".- ; ' i .' i - ' J .' i J ; II jj I f I 9 I , . f.- i ' . - .- ; , CADET OFFICER. at Mrs. Susie 'Senslng's Wednesday evening. Service was conducted at the A. M. E. church Sunday by the pastor, Rev. Travis. Mrs. Queen Cur lew and little granddaughter, Cerine, spent Sunday with her son, V O. Cur lew, and family. Quite a number of our young men attended the enter tainment given in Promiseland by Mr E. E. Nesbitte Saturday night. Mrs; W. M. Steel spent Friday with Mrs. Jim Larkins. Mr. Kelly and Clyde McNeely have returned home after spending several weeks in Nash ville. Mrs. Sallie Williams and daugh ter, Gertie, spent Sunday w!ith Mrs. A B. Balk. Meeting will be held at the A. M. JE. church the first Sunday by the pastor, Rev. J. M. Ewell. Mr. Polk called on Miss Erma Williams Sunday. Bro. Guy Washington is very ill. Mrs. Alice J. Carter is yet ill. DICKSON NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Porter and Mrs. Willie Holt entertained a crowd of young people last Monday night at t'leir home on Mulberry street. A menu consisting of three courses was served. Those who enjoyed Mrs. Por ter's hospitality were Misses Allie B. Porter, Vivian Sylvertooth, Flora Hardin, Iva Hardin, Ethel and Etta Lea therm a n, Lila and Gertrude Rog ers, Ethel and Clara Brown, Clarence Carney, Louie Holt, Will Wilks, Douglas Porter, Emerson Bell, Frank Johnson, Joe Clemons and Dr. Miles. Mr. Jesse Woods and Mrs. Mary Gor don were quietly married at the home of the groom last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lucy Porter is visitins in Wa verly this week. Dr. S. M. Utley was here Tuesday night and held board meeting at Bowman Chapel M. E. Church. The progressive business men's league met last Tuesday night at the First Baptist Church and dis-, cussed matters pertaining to the gen eral interest of the community. Come out, men, aud take a part in tha up buflding of your own town. Dr. M. V Umble passed through here last week. The colored people of Dick son are looking forward with interest to the annual picnic which will be given here Friday by the Odd Fel lows. Mrs. Edwin Leach is muck bet ter at this writing. Rev. J. P. Miller was here la3t week. Mis3 H" O'Neal Is ill. Born to Mrs. Almor French twins. Mother and babies are doing well. DAYTON NOTES. Rev. L. Diggs, pastor of the M. E. church at Chattanooga, Tenn., who was to arrive in our city to hold a ten days' meeting for Rev. G. W. Can, failed to make his appearance. Prof. C. H. Powell, our city teacher, was called to Big Springs, Tenn., to set tle some school matters and to as sist is getting in some permanent officers In the County Court. Rev. J. D. Miller, filled his pulpit at Big Springs, also Rev. J. T. Thornton, ac companied by his son, Master Henry Thornton, held good services at Ev ansville last Sunday. Rev. James Franklin filled the stand for Rev. II. W. Stripling last Sunday hi the after noon at 3 o'clock. Mr. Judson Brown, of Morgantown, and Messrs. -Edgar and Henry Brown and Fred Roddy all are hi Chattanooga this week at- tending the District uonterenc oi me j A M. E. Zion Church. The District j jcurned to meet in Dayton the next Conference of the M. E. Church, which convened at Uathburn, Tenn, ad session, which is July, - 1913. Mrs. Lizzie Moten is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Sallie J. Mathe, of East Fox street, is sick this week. Miss Blanchia Mays, of Quary Btreet, dined with Mrs. Lizzie Martin last Sunday. Mr. Arnold Stephens, who has been In Chattanooga for the past three weeks, returned last Sunday. Mrs. Cllma S. Wofford, of College Hill, was in attendance at the District Confer ence Sunday. July 14. Mrs. Phoebe Organ, of Quary street, was the wel come guest of Mrs. Hattie Luney on NORMAL ID INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE! Tuskegee, Ala, "I regard the Tuskegee Institute as the most con siderable eductaional in vention of modern times," writes Prof. N. I. Thomas, professor of Sociology in the University pf Chicago. Industry is the spirit of Tuskegee, In dustry and discipline are made a habit. The choice of some 40 trades is offered young men and young women. Tus kegee graduates are earning from J50.00 to J 80.00 and f 100.00 per month as Academic Teachers. Farm Managers. Steam and Electrical Engineers, Tailors." Teachers of Domestic Science, Nurses, in- fact, the demand for men and women trained in all the trades at Tuskegee is far beyond the supply. The Academic work is vitai and real; it is close to realities. The school cooks soundness and efficiency; the Academic and Industrial work isclose lycorrelated. The Spiritual work of the school is strong. It ranks fifth in the United States in number of students studying the Bible. It is guided by a Chaplain and a Secretary of the Y. M. C. A., and through a Bible Training School. Morning drills for boys; special gym nastic training for girls; swimming pools for boys and girls; attractive grounds; more than 100 buildings -large, comfortable, airy, electric light ed; 186 Teachers, Catatonia will be lorwmriri mm reeeial at (6) ccati for poUe. ADDRESS: BOOKER T. WASHINGTON Principal TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE. ALA. WIS IKOW IOW BOUTTE & DRAYTON PHARMACISTS Corner Maple aid Lafayette Strets, Nashville, Tenn. Prescriptions called for and delivered day or night. The distance to your phone is the distance to our store. I'tlONi: MAIN 2.174. II!.'.'.'. . . - - ;tj,""nii l ' I'" i hi i mi wwimmwi irwjm rm J. 15. KOB INSON V i Choicest brands" of Soft Drinks, finest assort- ... ment of Cigars andTobacco in the city. I ' Se hiiiiJefore Tt 1 'Jtrl Avenue.' Xorth, Johnson avenue, last Sunday. Mrs. I George Miller, of Parker street, went to Chattanooga, last Saturday. The I Old Folks Excursion,, run by the Chat-j tanooga (col.) Excursion Co., was well j represented from Dayton when it; made Its arrival in Spring City lastj Thursday. Those from Dayton were i Miss Clementine Angle, Mrs. Salenla! Thompson, Mrs. Lizzie Gooden, of College Hill. The entertainment i given last Thursday night at Mrs. Liz zie Martin's for the benefit of the Mount Zion Baptist Church was a good success. Mrs. Lemaral Cun ningham and Mr. Johnny Bridgeman were the captains. Also Mrs. Janfe Connyngham and Mrs. Lizzie Miller, of Poon street, gave a successful en tertainment at the Masonic Hall Sat urday night Mrs. Matilda Brown and Mrs. Mary Hutchison made a pop call on Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lee Sunday, In the afternoon. Mr. Domaa Mc Gill and Miss Lucy Bass, of Jewel street, were visiting on Red Row last Sunday afternoon. We are glad to note that Mr Jim McDonald, on Hud son Row, who has been sick for the ptst ten months, Is somewhat better at. this writing. Miss Leanna Broyles, ot Morgantown, took her leave for Chattanooga last Sunday, where she goes to accept a Job as nurse and houseglrl. Mr. Calvin Jones, of Pea body, Tenn., made his arrival last Saturday night to join his wife, who has a very sick baby Mr. A. J. Swof ford leaves Monday for Retroe, to look after his strawberry farm and to sell if possible. HICKORY WITHE NOTES. . Everything is thirsty for rain in this section. The Presiding Elder of Pil grim N. F. preached a wonderful ser mon Sunday night. Dr W. T. Ilorton and Dr. Clark, of Nashville, were the guests of Mr. (;. E. O. Hardy and Mrs. Hardy. Mr. Ltn Mobone and wife were nicely entertained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Broswcll. A nice din ner was served, with cream and other varieties Miss Leaner and little Miss Issie Hardy were nicely entertained Sunday with their cousin, of Oakland, tenn. They had a jolly time serving cream soda and coca cola. When the news reached here that our G. W. C. had gone to that Court above, it shocked the community. All of our cry was, "What shall we do? Are we a flock without a Bhepherd?" May the Lord send one as good, not any better, for there is none May his dear mother and relatives have the sympathy of the W. C. ' Mrs. L. V. Hardy and members of Beulah Court No. 17, and may we never stray from 1 i . i GIRL IN INSTITUTE UNIFORM AND HAT. going rlupwhrro rVahvilIe. Tenn. h ' "TTlliI lliwi ' Perry & Lester Coal Go. I WKolrsaU- Rpi.il lUr ia CO AIL TANNER UKNURICK, HaB.r T$: 06 Snaii Avt.. N. Phoix Main 19. WEDDING DAY PUBLICATIONS OF MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES jtm All designs are attractive and neatlp finlshtd Lithographra in colors, vrttrr op mimoars No. 13. New Cabinet Boat Scene, blue, black and cold, with anchor, cross, ring and flowers. Size 14x19. Price No. 14. Same ai No. 13, excepting that it fs in nine colors and lithographed very handsomely. I'rire 20 25 No. 13. Uoat scene, very neat, nino Crnplicd upon good paper. Size 11x14. 1'nce 10 No. 18. New One-hole Cabinet Wedding Certificate, with bible, bells and roses, lith ographed in black and said. Size 14x19 i'ric2S No. IS. Entirely new design, lithographed in twelve colors, very neat, uciicate siiaues, gilt encircled by roses and forget-me-nots, ornamental spaces for photographs, size 14x19. I'rine No. 24. Lithographed in twelvt colors, encircled with roses, very handsome, Sice 14x19. Prion N. HI. Lithographed in colors, excd ingly handsome. PnVo .20 National Baptist Publishing Board, 523 Second Av N., Naahttlal, Tun. hie laws and teaching, and may they ever live in the hearts of his race, and may It be handed down from one race to another, for he was a man to be remembered and not forgotten. 1 ft. i i A