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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1912.
Oat of Town Notes. v o n HICKORY WITHE NOTES. Everything is looking flourishing Crops are looking fine. The revivals are going on at many different churches and many souls are coming n.rw Miss Samella lvey is yet lU V.uv . 1 1 uoiweii mi" Reed has returned home from the hospital and is doing fine. Mrs. Wherry is very low at this writing. Mrs. Jane White and little daughter, of Edenwold. were the guests of Mrs. Fun ii IP Chittwood Monday morning. I Mr. Eddie Head, of Gallatin, was the Z!Z : . "fTempW. ar7the guests welco.no guest of Mi.. Argent. Rich- t Mr nnd Mrs. Blackwell. They will siend quite a while visiting many friends. Mrs. L. S. Johnson and sis ter. Mrs. King.of Eastland, Ala., were royally entertained by Mr. G. . Hardy and Mrs. L. V. Hardy at their r ioo woiVnpsdav nift'ht. Mr. HUMID 1"- " - x. . , Robert Brooks is at home from Nash-, ville schools. He has been very sick but is up again. Miss Mary Flor ence Allen, Messrs. Livey and Willie Johnson and Turner, and Miss Petters, of Brownsville, Miss Gil lette Pe-son and Miss Maggie Moore, of Jackson, were the guests of the Hardy boys and girls iasi muma,, evening. Music and games were plaved until a late hour. Mrs. Bessie Mabone and husband have spent a pleasant week with her father and mother and have returned to their home. Mrs. G. W. Hardy and w e and Mrs. Katie Martin were royally entertained at the home of Mr. and m.c wr s rtrnnks Sunday evening. A feast of watermelons was served for the evening. Mrs. s. . urou the sick list. Miss Ida Brooks is over at Miss Lizzie Branch s attend ing the association at Mount Olive. Mr Levi Mabone and wife were the guests of Mr. Richard Dosie last Sun day Mrs. Susie McCulley and daugh ter were the guests of Mr. John Jones wifA last week. Miss irgia Johnson is doing nicely at her school. The county has given her an assistant teacher. Miss Annie Jones is the as sistant. She seems to like it fine. The revival starts at New Pilgrim A. M. E. Church to-night. niond Sunday afternoon. Miss Olivia Jones and Mr. Johnson Dennings were also the guests of Miss Augusta Richmond. A lovely afternoon was spent. pliment a few of the younger Bet. Late in the evening an ice course was j served. Those present were Misses i Lucile Marsh, Leslie Braden, of , Lynnville, Martha Maxwell, of Pulas-j ki. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Gilmore, of Co-j lunibia; Misses Onie Sykes, Cash- in, Brown, the Misses Greer and Mar- j tin and Mrs. James Cashin. A very ! delightful evening was spent. . ; MADISON STATION NOTES. Mrs. Alice Tyler is spending two . u .itt, hpr brother and sis ter, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Blakmore. Mrs. Alice Tyler, Miss Ivory Tyler and Mr. George Pettus spent last Sun day in Nashville, at Greenwood Park. Mrs Viola Blakemore and Miss Mary Reid were the guests of Mrs Callie Shute Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Cantrell was the guest of Mrs. Callie Shute Sunday evening. Little Miss Rather lne Martin, of Nashville, the cousin f mi. Maroella Bates, is spending a few days with Miss Bates. She wm rP-Pnter Fisk University in a few days. Miss Viola Reid and sister re turned home from uasi ol. wui ml rrfav Tittrht. Miss Mary Lanon, Ms ah Tvipr Miss Ivory Tyler were tnipota ff Mrs. Evie Bates and daughter, Miss Marcella Bates, Sun day. Miss Katherine Collin, the cou Bin of Mrs. Mollie Franklin, is spend ing a few days witn Mrs. woiue. Franklin. Rev. John Franklin and wife, Mrs. Eliza Franklin, Mr. and Mrs 'Willie Franklin spent Sunday in Rock City attending the basket meet ing and report a joyful time. Mrs. Evie Bates spent Saturday in Nash ville Mr. Tommie Drones spent last Thursday night with Rev. and Mrs. John Franklin. Mrs. LiUie Fisher and daughter, Miss Girdy M. Fisher, spent Sunday r Springfield. Tenn., and reported a fine time. Miss Mar iiQ r.tpq Miss Katherine Martin, Miss Viola Reid were the guests of Miss Nannie Lee Die Sunday. Mrs. Rye Tavlor, of Nashville, was the guest of her niece, Mrs. Josie Bentin. Mr. Will Shie, Mr. nenry umuvu, Jimmie neu were ujc b - Tr Mr. KODPn lajiui a was the gu Sunday. DAYTON NOTES. Quite a number went from Dayton to Retro to hear Bishop A. J. Warner. Among those who went were Rev. Triags, pastor of the A. M. E. Zion Church; Mrs. Eli Brown, of Morgan Town: Mrs. Clinia Swofford, of Col lege Hill, and Miss Resie Swofford, of College Hill. Mrs. Howard Young. of Win Rock, was the welcome guesi nf Mrs. Vircinie Cunningham last week. Mrs. Young and Mrs. Cun ningham were visiting Mrs. John Martin last Wednesday, August 21, nd Arnrust 23 taey visited Mrs. Sal lie J. Mathus, of ChattanoogaPYz,o2. Hp j. Matthus. on E. Fox street. Mrs. Anna Matthus, of Chattanooga, is the welcome guest of her sister, Airs. &ai lie J. Mathus, on East Fox street. tjpv .T O. L. Cnppins, or unaua- nooga, filled the stand at the Mount 7in TCantist in Rev. II. W. Strip- r-linc's stead. The rally at the Mt. Zion Baptist was a success last Sun rtnv There was $81.00 raised. Mrs Lucy Bass, of East Maple street, was in attendance at the rally at the Mt. 7in HnnHnv. Much credit was re- credit on the committee that designed tha hpnntlfvine of the Mount Zion Baptist Church. The choir stand just built is grand and the new floor and the walls and removing the otav rods and the beautiful pillar which encloses the corner-stone is a vntinsWhe-rff HCMFWRDLU complete model which, the entire id he croud. The second VUU1VII jjwv , Sunday in September tnere win ue a rally at the M. E. Church and this iviii wind un Kev. U. W. uane as pas tor of the M. E. Church tnis comer- onoa vpar nt Dayton. Mrs. J. u. iee who has been sick for the past three weeks, is slowly improving. Miss Le-i-i Miiipr is on the sick list this week with asthma.. Mrs. Mary Hutch erson is on the sick list in Morgan Town. MACON NOTES. Rev. Mosley, of Jackson, Tenn'., held his quarterly meeting at Ebene ner M. E. Church on last Sunday. There was a large gathering to wit less the love feast of the Lord's Sup ner. Mrs. Ada Mofford and daugh ter, Mrs. Bessie James, of Tipton County, are now visiting their friends and relatives. Tommie Adklns has been on the sick list for a week, but s now up again. Mr. II. N. Washing ton and Mr. R. H. Shaw were tne callers of Mr. T. H. Tarpley on last Sunday. J. D. Granberry is now on the sick list. THE TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE TusKegee, Ala. ALGOOD NOTES. We are clad to note that Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Roberts are at borne with his mother. Mrs. Lizzie Robert3. Mrs. Alice Smith, of Selina, is visu intr friends here. Miss Eliza Bart- lett. who has been on the sick list, is convalescent. Mr. Carl Young spent. lnat Sivndav at home. Mr. Joe but ler and Miss Adell Hunter were quiet ly married last Tuesday night at trie hnmp or Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Wil liams, Rev. E. W. Williams officiating. We wish them much joy. Sunday aft ernoon Mr. George Smith, of foelina, and Miss Roxy Hale were married at the home of the bride's parents, Air. and Mrs. Huston Hale. Rev. S. G. Means performed the ceremony, sirs. Daisy New, Mrs. Jane Young, Mrs. Fannie Roberts went to Cookevllle Sunday. Rev. B. J. Gordon, presiding Plripr of the A. M. E. unurcn, win hold his last quarter Sunday, Septem- j ber 1. Mrs. Mattie Williams ana Mrs. Ethelene Williams spent me day at Shady Grove last Friday. Mrs. Ida Burgess is reported as doing nice ly while her oldest daugnter, auss Bessie Burgess, is quite in. in- Bohanon snent last week at Laney Ridge visiting her mother and father. "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 of 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 f 50.00 to $80.00 and $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 vital and real; it is close to realities. The school cooks soundness and efficiency; the Academic and Industrial work iaclose lycorrelated. , TIip Sniritnal 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 throniih a Bible Training School. Morning drills for boys; special gym nastic training for girls; swimming pools for boys and girls; attractive ttrnnnds: more than 100 buildings - large, comfortable, airy, electric light ed; 186 Teachers, Catalogue will be forwarded on reeeipt ( (6) cents lor poHtafe. ADDRESS! BOOKER T. WASHINGTON Principal TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, ALA. CADET OFFICER. GIRL IN INSTITUTE UNIFORM AND UAT. CORNERSVILLE NOTES. Cornersville has the honor of em ploying a second teacher in her col-1 ored school in the person of Miss Carrie A. Pull en, of Pulaski, Tenn. PULASKI NOTES. Miss Carrie A. Pullen, one of our young lady teachers, Is engaged in her work at Cornersville. Maury Pnnntv Is Dleased to have Miss Pullen with them. Their scnooi win ram the Belfast for a ball game and picnic. PROSPECT NOTES. Miss Louise Caldwell, of Nashville, has been visiting relatives and friends for the past two weeks at Prospect, Tenn. Miss Mabel Brown gave a card party in honor of Miss Iconise Caldwell last Thursday. Miss es Mabel and Fannie Brown and Miss Louise Caldwell, of Nashville, visitea Mrs. Harris at Pulaski, Sunday, where they were charmingly entertained. DECATUR (ALA.) NOTES. The Richland Creek Missionary Bap- sts of Mr. j tist Association held their forty-fifth m.i. i oocir,n with Rhiloh Bantist Lpp Bates. Jr. Mr. Koa j )r ; - - truest of Mrs. juary ivnu iuun-ii, ui i. uil,,, -, Mr Robert Shute was the was a great meeting in several re- of ber niece, Mrs. Josie Benton. Upects. It has several departments. Say evening Mr Will Walker and The Sunday-School Convent on Worn otherHere'the guests of Mr. Phineas en's Association. Min st ers : Assoc, Bates Sundav. Mr. Tommie uronea was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bate3 last Monday. Mr. Jim New ecn was the guest of Mr. Lee Bates, Jr. EDENWOLD NOTES. Some of the members and friends of this place gave Rev. Gilmore a Btorm party last Wednesday night. It was quite a surprise to our beloved p A and cave loy and happiness to his heart. Those responding to this grand cause were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. John Douglass, Mr. Bowman, Mr. J. W. Abston, Mr. and Mrs. Lee ' Oldham, Mr. Harry Killings, Mr. Tom Draughn, Mr. Lem Utley, of Goodletts ville, Mr. Walter Booze, Mrs. Georgia n.aa ' Mi sb .ToseDhine Dismukes, Mrs. Mal'ica Oldham spent Saturday and Sunday in Nashville visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Louis l'oweii, aiso ssir. and Mrs. Oscar Powell returned on the evening train Sunday and report ed a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Char ley Thompson, of Mt Juliet, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Oldham snnd.iv and Monday. Dinner was served. Mr. Head returned home swinv nicht. Mr. Eddie Dozier and Mrs. Fannie Gee were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones Sunday night, and also Mrs. Martha Gee. Mrs. Lily Fisher and daughter, Girty M Fisher, spent Sunday in Spring field visiting her father. Mrs. Josie Benton is better at this writing. Miss Mattie L. Chittwood and Mrs. Augus tn TJirhmond will leave for Gallatin August 31. to attend the fair and will be the guests of Mrs. Mary Jane El liott. Mr. Robert Shute, of Madison ville, Ky., was the guest of Mrs. Day ton Jones Sunday evening, and also Mr. Head, from Gallatin, and Mrs. Augusta Richmond. A pleasant even ing was spent. Mr. Tom Draughn, of I diana, who has been visiting his father at this place, left for Nashville Sunday to spend the winter. Mr. Bob Bowman, Mr. Wash Brown, Mr. John Drew, Mr. J. W. Abston were the guests of Mr. Lee Oldham Sunday. Mrs. Mary Joyner, of this place, has been spending a few days at Mt. Ju liPt with friends. Mrs. Bowman has been visiting her mother at Mt. Ju liet, and has returned home and re ports her brother better. Mr. Tom tion. Educational Board and Home Missions, all of which were on hand and rendered their annual reports, which showed a deal of good work done during the year. The Sunday School Convention turned over to the general fund $175.00. The Women's Association. $102.00; the Educational Board had a balance of $00.00; the Home Mission a balance of $170.00 The Ministers' Association turned over $77.00; the printing department $7.0 on. Several hundred dollars were raised and distributed for next year's mission work. There were twenty seven officers elected by the General Association for all departments In ten minutes. Rev. J. S. Gilmore being elected Moderator for the forty-second time without opposition. Several able sermons were preached. Music was aught and theology and deep doctrinal points discussed at the opening of each session by Rev. J. S. Gilmore, as is the geenral custom of the As sociation. There were several very distinguished visitors present, among them Rev. Craft, Rev. G. W. Dicker- son, Prof. J. D. Crenshaw, all or Nashville; Rev. S. M. Robinson, Mod erator of Mussel Shoals Association, of Decatur. Ala.; Prof. S. D, Elliott, of Roman Catholic Church, Decatur, and several ministers of the A. M. E. and C. M. E. Churches; Rev. II. D. Taylor, of Duck River Association, Mt. Pleasant. A collection of ten dollars was taken for the four blind mon present. Quite a large delega tion was present and 'number of ex tra coaches were used Sunday evening to bring back the delegation which brought not half of them away. Many remained over until Monday and Tues day. The session closed on bunciay-j to meet in the next annual meeting at , Athens, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. El liot were host and hostess of a nice ly arranged dinner to compliment a few of the officers of the Richland Creek Association, the table was la den with good things to eat and every one present seemed to enjoy it. De catur regrets very much to give up of its residents in the person of Prof. Thos. Frierson, who has moved his family to Nashville, as hla work is in that city. Mrs. Smitn, 01 uaiay ette street, was hostess to an. evening party Saurday, August 17th, to com- ROSSV1LLE NOTES. The public school of ML Zion Is progressing niioely. .Aside from the literary standpoint the teacher, Prof. W. A. Mitchell, is laying special 6tress his students, teaching them tlhe principles of character and of self-respect. Miss Victoria Mitchell, Miss rPhrnth HavsJette and Miss Carsie Swift have returned to their home at Rossvdlle from LaGrange, where they have been visiting Prof, and Mrs. C. S. McNeil, and also attended the Pleas ant Grove Association and report nav ing had a lovely time. Mr. D. M. Mitch ell, Mr. N. H. Moss, Miss Lena Crumb ly and Mr. Emmett S. Moss, who were delegates to the Pleasant Grove As and. Sunday-School Conven tion, have returned home from la-Grn-ntre. and they bring back a good and interesting report. They report ed that their souls were revived so much. The Association was well sup plied with gool and able ministers) to nreach the gospel. Such men as Rev. Sane, Rev. Foster, Rev. A. Stea- srree. principle of the Baptist rsormai Institute. Rev. A. J. Brown, pastor of Mt. Zion, who preached a very interesting sermon, selected as his text, "Go ye into all the world and preach my gospel to every creature." Rev. A. J. Brown is one of the ablest preachers of this community, and he hns also been a teacher for several years. We are well instructed by nhlp men from different subjects, who are qualified for the business. The financial standpoint of the Association is good, and they have every reason n relieve that the hish school in r.rnnd Junction will prove a success. The young ladies took an actual part in the convention in preparing essns to .read and express orally. Mrs. Monroe made an interesting talk on the respect of women. Miss Lena Crumbly had an essay on educational advantages. The progress of the young ladies proved to be so forcible that it was a token to the young men to get busy or they will be left behind. Mr. Tommie Crawford passed from this life yesterday. He leaves a mother, father, several brothers, sis ters and wife to mourn their loss. tained at the residence of Miss Julia and Misa Viola Davis by Mr. George Stanton and others Mir. 1 Ernest Hawkins, of Nashville, is here pisit Ing his parents and friends. Prof, j. W. Stanford and several others of this place attended the basket rally lnst Sundav at Branch Grove, and all report a delightful time. Mr. Flemmin Clemmons and Mr. Aiex ros ter of this place gave a very nice barbecue last Saturday. The rally which was given at Branch Grove iasi Sunday was quite a success. Wishing the Globe success. STEVENSON (ALA.) NOTES. Services held at the M. E. Church and Center Star M. B. Church were quite interesting. Quite a number of people of Stevenson attended the Elk River Association of the Ml B. Church that was in sessfon last Sunday in South Pittsburg, Tenn. me niw met quite a number of his old friends while attending the Elk River Associa tion Mrs. J. H. Hurt returned home Monday from South Pittsburg, wnere she has been attending the associa tion Sdio made her stopping piace with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cummings, who cared for her very royally. This family makes it pleasant for any one that visits their home. North Ala bama and Tennessee Association of the M. H Church will convene in this town September 5th to 7th. Stev enson wi'l care for all who attend. Interest seems to be manifested in the revival being carried on at the C. P. Church. Pray for its success. SMYRNA NOTES. The revival -which is still in pro gress at the Baptist Church here is proving to be quite a success. Rev. Ferrel. who is assisting Rev. Cumby, is certainly deeply interested in the work. Mrs. Martha Baker, who has been s.ick for a long time, died Sat urday night. She was one or tne pioneer settlers of this community, which is Bitiiated between Smyrna and Lavergne and which tne settlers want ed to trive the name of Bakertown in her honor. The funeral took place Mon day from St. James Chapel C. M. Church at Lavergne, of which she bad Wen a member for thirty years. Rev. Parker, the pastor, was assisted oy Revs. Darden and Childress. Quite a large crowd attended. The white peo ple also showel their respect. Mrs. Harvey Weakley, of Nashville, is visit ing her husband's people, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Darden. Misses Esther B. Har den, Mary E. Carter, Mary U rorry MEMPHIS, TENN. Snprini t,n the Globe. Miss Allie B. Dean will leave the pHv Sundav. August 25th, en route for Philadelphia and various places She will return October 15th. GUTHRIE (KY.) NOTES. The annual picnic of the Alexander Lodge of the G. U. O O. F. was given lust Saturday, August 24th, at the fair grounds, closing with a supper at the hall at nifrht. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Sue-gs and Mrs. OlMe Suggs of Earl ington, Ky., were in town last week. Miss Melcena Johnson of St. Louis, at ic t.hft cuest of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Warfield. Rev. P. D. Dennis and W. Marshall attended thfe Cum berland River Association which con vened at Cedar Hill, Tenn., last week. ira sum Oallowiay was called to Chicago, 111., on account of the serious illnesso f her sister. Mr. John Smith ia hD Rink list. Mr. and Mire. Robert Marshall and little Virginia Marshall left Saturday morning for Henderson. Mrs. Jannie urauy aim daughter will leave for Hopkinsville, Ky., Tuesday morning. Mrs. Bettie Banks is very much imiprovel at this .ui, Mrs T.iiLi. Clark anl Mrs. Samantha Douglas, both of Memphis, rpr.r.n cm h nlpasant guests of Mrs. Rachel Smith this week. Mm Olark is a sister and Mrs. Douglas is cousin. Mrs. Lula Carter spent Sun day in Earlington. to give them up at conference, but if we cannot have them another year send us men that will equal them. Several of the Miasons of this place were called to Jeanette last Sunday to join those from other places and pay the last tribute to one of Jean ette's oldest masonic meminers. Aside from' the Masons of this place several othersi attended Quite a nice time was. enioved. Rev. W. M. Oliver was called to the same place to deliver the moon sermon, which he did so well that he is wanted back again. Proc Ar fi. Jones, the effulgent son of De catur County, as a teacher, passed t.hmmsrh here on last Thursday. He stopped in the home of Mis& McLe- more and had a wholesome ana Bocrai chat with her auntie and igrana- na. Mrs. Cora Scott and Elijah Stout Mr. Jim Scott were the guests of Beech Grove Lodge No. 99 last Thurs day night. Mirs. Conrad and bocu who attended the grand communica tion of the O. E. S. at Nash ville,. re turned full of great thoughts and new ideas. This is the beginning of our revival, and we hope to be success ful. What would our town do without the presence of Sister Oliver to giaa den it? Little Hugh Oliver is learn ing to walk (by the caretui training of his little sister, Willie May, and hrrtiir Tfnl)ert. A. Mrs. L. A. White who returned from Paris on a visit last week, is sick. Miss Gussie Con rad, her sister, remained in Paris and is now in school. We hope for a pleasant session. Mr. Jim, McAl rath is on the sick list. If you are not a subscriber to the Globe begin now. connection with his lunch stand business near the new railroad line and finds it to be very- profitable. It is conducted by his son. PARSON NOTES On account of the weather being . .. i- - oninvvnz Pnfpne F Crockett Mrs. Mary a. so not tne peuu "n SZ a . Innie F. "and health as desired Tne District Con- Laura Ferry returned to uie ..y " ' "' " nTnnUtft s,1Coess. It was held in McDonalds Chapel M. K day after visiting here for several da'vs. Misses Mary and Sarah Batey and Marv L. Buchanan spent the night ...itv, Mrs Kvn. Perrv. Mrs. Ferrell came up from the city Monday and in taking an active part in the meet ing Mrs. R. L. Perry narrowly es caped serious injury Saturday by hold in n ninwav horse. He eseapea a fon, Mit.a and bruises about the w,i an hrdv. Baptising is to take place on the second Sunday in Sep tember. mt IULIET NOTES. The health of our community i very good at this writing, wiwi Danicla and Mrs. Wm. Patton. of Nueh-vllle, were- dhamnlngliy entef- ri,v, f this tilace. Rev. J. M. nuu- dleston, presiding elder. The quarterly conference session or tne a. m. Church was held last Saturday and Sunday under the leaders nip ct un. W M. Oliver, presiding elder. Dr. r it fihclto. residing elder of the South Memphis District, success was the 'result. The presiding eiur m pastor made several Ms Us to . ouf sinter churches at Perryville and De catur during his last quarterly rounds with us. What else can be for us but success? 11 we xonuw vu and example of uch men asRevf Oliver and Huddiesum, aiso i ley and Shelto, we will be at a loss ' CLIFTON NOTES. There were services at the A. M. E Church Sunday at 11 o'clock and at night. Rev. A. T. Coojer preach ed two sermons and is holding his - r T Tl .. ,1 .1 ; ii'Msv 11 '1U Own. KeV. VV. J. liumiie been running a series of meetings for a week at' the Baptist Church, lncH last nisrht. having immersed two in the river and would have im mersed more had he gotten his hands on them: Quite a crowd was on the banks to siee the two uaptted iby im mersion. Rev. Thompson, pastor of the M.. E. Ohurch, will commence ms protracted meeting tonight. He is looking for Rev. Hannan irom iexiufe ton to assist him, and also other di vine. There are some of our colored citizens moving out, but others are coming in. Prof. John E. West, who has been visiting Oklahoma' for sev eral weeks, has returned home to his family and made arrangements for leaving here Monday nexi w w no more, but to send for hla family ,r, wato rvnt. there. Mr. Joe Mitch ell and wife contemplate leaving this fall for parts near Nashville. Mr. Wm Kullodge and wife have gone to Kentucky to live. Reverend Tmnsrm la a good speaker. He preached two able i sermons Sim day at his church. Mt. Robert Jack- namo un to see his sick mother Sunday and spent a little time uymg, to jolly her. Mr. Reed Dallis Chap el and Mrs. Leannah Jobe, E. Poynter spent part of Sunday evening iu u home of Miss Beatrice L. Spears. Mrs. Cooper has returned home from Columbia, where she has been called to see the last of her dying mother. Mrs Ida Jones attended her church i'c.iTwinv Mrs. Elizabeth Boggun. ATiior.,i Mnthes. Fannv Roberson and fwa returned from Paducah last! week and claims to have enjoyed their trip very much. COLUMBIA NOTES. Mrs. Anna B. Frierson Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown, of North High street. Mrs. Minnie Blanchard and children, of Mt. Pleasant, were here last week. Rev. Ivory is conducting a protracted meeting at Rock Spring Baptist Church. Mr. Sampson Brown ts able to be out after several weeks' sick ness. Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Ca routhers, of Rock Road Farm, spent the day here last Sunday. Little Chas. Winfrey Kelly is visiting his grandparents, Prof, and Mrs. J. II. Kelly. The most popular pleasure resort is Mr., Ed. Johnson's Ice cream parlor on Tenth street. Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Gilmore have returned from Decatur, Ala. Miss Mary E. Bradshaw has returned from a most pleasant visit to Hopkinsville, Ky. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Gilmore were in Decatur, Ala., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. trotter entertained in hon- . or of their sister, Miss Ida Halfacre, who will leave soon for Ensley, Ala., where she will begin her school work. She is a member-of the faculty of the city school of Ensley, Ala. Prof. J. II. Kelly was in Lawrenciburg a few days last week on business. Mrs. Louise -Washington is quite sick at her home, Embergo and Ninth street?. Little James Edward Morton is Im proving from a spell of the fever. Mrs. A. Pearl Crrw has returned from Nashville. Mrs. Maggie Stev ens and little son, Thaddeus, have re turned to their home in Nashville. Mrs. Florence Slaten Fisher, of Nash ville, Is with home folks for a few w.jeks. Henry Dobbins died very suddenly Sunday night at the home tf his sister, Mrs. Dora Bryant, on Eleventh street. Lady Anne nd Mary E. Ferguson entertained Wed nesday evening at the residents or. Mrs. Laura Ferguson, fifty of their' h . - . , . n . jj. , L . 1 V mile inenas. ivuer a pieusam evf nlnjr was sp-nt, a dd'ehtliil Ice course was served. WILLIAMSPORT NOTES. The Sunday-school was largely' at tended. Rev. N. Smith, Dr. S. L. Howard, of Nashville, also Mlsg El len M. Hunt, of Culleoka, gave a grand lecture to the 'Sunday-school Each talk was timely and full of thought. Rev. N. Smith Is- conduct ing a series of meetings. Rev. S. L. Howard arrived , Tuesday. Wednes day night he preached a most excel lent sermon. We are more than glad to have him with us and begin his first evangelLstlcal work In our community. Service at 11 o'clock Sunday, August 25th, inst, Rev. S. L. Howard read for a Scripture les son the 29th chapter of Isaiah. Prayer was offered by Brother E. E. Rus sell, of Nashville. Rev. S. L. Howard delivered an excellent sermon. Each and every one seemed very much aroused to a sense, of their spiritual duty. He warned the sinners of the Judgment. That they might flee from the wrath to come. Mrs. Mag' gie Doyle, Mrs. Lizzie Esters, Mrs. Fannie Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Emma Car ter, of Columbia, also Miss Ellen M. Hunt, of Culleoka, Brother E. E. Rus sell, of Nashville, attended the 11 CHAPEL HILL NOTES. Prof. J. M. Baker, who has charge , of the public Bchool here near Caney , Springs, has quite a large number of pupils enrolled. He Is doing a good i work both in his day school and Sun-, riov.sphnol His collection In Sunday- school last Sunday was $5.78, with an enrollment of 42. There will be a pound supper given at Mrs. J. M. Baker's next Saturday night. A good time is expected. Prof. J. M. Baker has opened up a soft drink- Btand In 216 THE FAMOUS BRAND OF HAVANA AND D0MCSI1C CIGARS KNOWN AS "P. II. Sm" iv. c;. w. "IMPKIMAI SSff'Sf Noah G. Whitehead of JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Can be secured by calling on or writing to Drs. Boutte & Drayton, State Agents WHOSE ADDRESS IS FIRST AVENUE. S.. and LAFAYETTE ST. NASHVILLE. TENN. t