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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBEPw 25, 1912.
CpCCCXJOCX-OOOOOCCOeX k "" "' ' 1 "' ' Out nf Tnum Nntosi MASCN NOTES. The ministers returned from con ference lnpt week, which convened at Gallatin, Tenn. There were 'not many changes made In this district. Rev. H. P. Gordon received the same ap I oir.imeiif as pastor of Alexander Chapel M. E. Church; Rev. C. U. Fields, who was District Superintend ent over this district last conference year, was taken off and given pastoral work. He was sent to Warren's Chap el, Memphis, TVnn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Porter and baby attended Ihe Fair in Prownsville last week. There Is a deal of illness in our city and has been for several weeks. Rev. II. P. Gordon, the reappointed pastor of Al exander Chapel, was taken ill on his way from conference en route 'to his appointed place, and just made it here before he was taken worse. His attending physician says he has pneumonia, and it takes careful atten tion for his recovery. We hope for him a brief recovery. Rev. D. T. Tturoh was appoined District Superin tendent over this district which his predecessor, Rev. C. L. Fields, held last year. Miss Nannie C. Rurchert called last Sunday to see Mrs. F. D. Ruffln, who has been sick for a week, but has revived again. MURFREESBORO NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. .Tamrs Williams, of Nashville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Oaff, their brother and sister-in-law, last Sunday. Rev. J. A. Myers, of Nashville, preached at the First Baptist Church last Sunday. He spoke very encouragingly to the memlers and they seemed to be great ly benefited. Rev. Myers was pastor of this church about two years ago. The church loves him and he will be their choice as a leader in the near future. He is expected to be here to preach for them next Sunday. Oct. fith Mrs Homer Lillard entertained at dinner Rev. and Mrs. Burch and Dr. A. M. Jones, of Montgomery, Ala. The Ladies' Aid Society met at Mrs. Ho mer Lillard's last Wednesday night. The president announced that busi ness would be suspended and the meeting turned into a social in honor of Mrs. D. T. Burch. They were high WIIEN OUT OF EMPLOYMENT GO AND SEE Prof, W. G.IIYNES and he will give yon positions of all kinds. He will also give to you from THE NEW MAJESTIC LAUNDRY clear, snow white clothe, Econom ical prices. 420 War Street Phone M. 2190 'KV,J : tip Colored People's Hair We are the largest manufacturers of colored people's i air in this country. We make every tiling in its line, and 6thf prk?? ?r? niucU lower than those quoted elsewhere. Send t els. ktanip fot our cataintur. 'l)pt. G. Womra wanted (a aril our hair toads. HUMAN A HAIR COMPANY 23 Dane St. New York. City. Rm.813 II Ave. S. PImmH 1931 Office 410 1-2 Cedar St. hone M. 2703 L.. A. FISHER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office Hour. 12 in 1 - R to (I Major N. MtGavock P. M. Ransom, McGavock & Ransom Dealers in Hay, Grain and Feed WOOD. COAL and KINDLING. 520 N. First St. Nashville. Tenn. iz: urnituro We have some exceptional bargains to offer you in furniture. We are exceedingly anxious for your busi- icss, so be sure to Cftrice before you buy. M Snnnnfl firam 31i Second Avenue, North. V ly entertained. Two courses were served. Rev. W. R. Smith, of Mem phis, was sent to take charge of Keys t napei m. K. Church, while Rev. D. T Purch will preside over the western part of the state. Rev. James Ridley pastor of the A. M. E. Church, will go to his conference at Mt. Pleasant this week Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Hickman's little baby girl, who has been very ill is better. Mrs. BetUe Hendricks is no better. Miss Willie Mai Ready, who has been ill for some ime. died in Nashville last Saturday and was brought to her home in Murfreesboro Sunday, October 2,0 th. The funeral was preached at Allen's Chapel A. M. E. Church. Prof. Neal, of Nashville, was here last week visiting relatives aid friends. The Y. M. C. A. at the attractive home of Mr. and Mrs. De- witt Smith on Friday evening, charm ingly entertained the young ladies of Murfreesboro. A large number were present. The reception rooms were brightened with a profusion of autumn foliage and flowers. An excellent mn sical program was rendered by the Y. M. C. A. quartet and delicious ice course was served. Those present to enjoy the club's hospitality were Misses Lizzie May Watkins, Carrie Williams, Lorella Brown, Grace, Queenie and Mary Green, Fannie Al exander, Sadie Williams, Margaret Sehorn, Annie Smith, Jennie White, Farniie Hayes, of Nashville, Messrs. John Walkins Wyncie Ransom, W. M. Rhodes, Jackson Bonds, Wm. Lee Alexander, Aaron Gaither, Dock Year gans, Minus Eulus, Percy Jordan, Jes se Crocket, Eddie Simpson and Prof. Linsley. Mrs. Mary Scott has re turned from Memphis. Y. M. C. A. meeting was well attended last Sun day. The n.eeting was beautifully ad dressed by Mr. Wm. Hester. We in vite everybody to attend the meeting Sunday afternoon at Key's Chapel. 3 p. m Rev. J. M. Myers, of Nashville, one of the Fisk Jubilee singers, will address the meeting. Music by the Y. M. C. A. quartette. Wm. Smith, secretary of the program committee. CEMETERY NOTES. Rev. H. P. Belcher, who was as signed as pastor of Smyrna Circuit, filled the pulpit Sunday and Sunday night at Stones River. The mem bers of this place were surprised at the change, but are well pleased with their new pastor. We trust that the members of Cainsvllle Circuit will en deavor to do what Is right by Rev. B F. Anderson, who hag proved himself to be a good Christian and upright man. Mrs. Mary King Malone spent Saturday and Sunday with her moth er, Mrs. A. W. King. Mr. C. W. Orr, of Nashville, spent Sunday with his parents ,Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Orr. Mrs. Addie Word, of Nashville,, spenit Fri day, Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Anderson. Miss Jennie V. White spent Sunday with Miss Lizzie Washington. Little Lizzie Rucker, ''the little two-year-old gorl of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rucker, died Wednesday morning, October 17. Mr. Richard White, of Nashville, spent several days with his mother, Mrs. Matilda White. Mr. William Burrus and Mr. Tom Anderson visited the Misses Annie and Frances Haynes Sunday. Mr. A. L. Crowse was called to Nashville to attend the bedside of his sister, who is very ill. Mr. Mose Webb, of Nashville, was here Sunday visiting relatives. Mr. Frank Wash ington, of Murfreesboro, was here vis iting his sisters, Mrs. M. A. Haynes and the Misses Washington, recent ly. Mr. Richard Tharb visited Miss Lizzie Washington Sunday. Mrs. Eu gene Avent, of Nashville, was here visiting Mrs. A. W. Avent recently. Miss Alice A. Windrow, of McVeys, was the guest of Miss Ella Mason Sunday. tn memory of Elizabeth Rucker, the infant of Mr. and Mrs Robert Rucker. Trenton (ark.) notes. Pleasant Grove Baptist Church held Ms baptizing on the second Sunday in October. The sermon was preached at church and pastor and congregation went from there to Big Creek, where baptismal services were held. At night hand of fellowship was extended to candidates and communion was taken. Mrs. J. A. Franklin spent Thursday at Barton with relatives. Mrs. L. A. Davis went to Marvell on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilkes spent several days at Blacton visiting Mrs. Wilkes' sister. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Chester spent Sunday with Mrs. Anna Clement. Dr. R. A. Williams, Supreme President of Royal Circle, will be at Trenton Monday. CHAPEL HILL NOTES. Summer has gone and the chilly days are beginning to visit us. Last Sunday was the regular preaching day at our church, but on account of the recent fire which caused Bro. P. Hatten, our pastor, failed to con e. The election of a new church is going on rapidly. Prof. J. M. Baker and wife spent Saturday in Lewisburg. Company. come and get our schools of the rural district will PlrtS novf rnrvn t V Ma TTTlAn H will close next month. Mrs. Ellen t I Cash ha3 been very 111 for two weeks, I but Is some better at this writing. Mr. j ithe destruetio nof our church, Harris Baker, of Lillard's Mill, visit- eu me bcuLNji ai ieaar uiaue last i Thursday and spoke highly of the work that is being done by Prof. J. M. Baker. Mr. Charlie Cartier, who is now engaged as engineer for Foy & Cravat, is building pillars for the erection of a bridge across Duck River. He will leave for Nashville next Friday on a visit to his friends. Mr. E. W. Cash has been very busy for two weeks cutting logs for he handle factory at Caney Springs, Prof, and Mrs. Baker entertained quite a number of their friends last Sunday evening. Mr. Sam Royster spent last week with his brother, Lee Cash, at Farmington. Little Lurline Cash was absent from school two weeks on ac count of ill health, but is up again. LEWISBURG NOTES:" Rev. James Hill, of Spring Hill, was here on business Wednesday and Thursday, he visited the school and made an excellent speech. Mrs. Holt and son, Luther, of Belfast, were the guests of her sister, Mrs. Henderson Davis, Sunday. Rev. A. Phillips has just returned from conference. Mem bers and friends gladly received him back for another year. Mr. Hershel Sims, who is attending school here, was 'the guest of his parents at Belfast Saturday and Sunday. Rev. G. W. Marsh has returned from conference. Mrs. Callie Phillips will entertain the Auxiliary Friday before (the first Sun day. Rev. V. M. Hunt was in town Saturday on business. The school is progressing nicely under the manage ment of Prof. S. J. Mayberry. Rev. Riley and Rev. McCutcheon have just closed a series of meetings. There was a large attendance each night, Four conversions. Rev. McCutcheon preached to a large audience Sunday night. Money raised during the re vival, $28.43. Mr. Stanley Smiley, of Mt Pleasant, is the guest of his moth er, Mrs. Fannie Smiley. Mr. Otie Da vis, who has been confined with rheu- maitism for four months, is' able to be out again. He spent last week in Pa laski and Fayetteville. U'ncle Ambrose Almon, who has been confined to his bed, is some better. Rev. Riley and Rev. McCutcheon were called to Rich Creek Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Delia Owens. Mrs. L. M. Smiley was the guest of home folks Sunday. Mr. John Elliott and son, Riley, have sold their Lomes in West Lewisburg and have bought out in New Town. Mr. Riley Elliott has completed a five room brick and has moved into it. Mr. Crowel and son, Robert, of Shelbyvllle, were in town last Sunday. New Town is building up rapidly, there have been four new buildings built lately. WILLIAMSPORT NOTES. The ' Sunday-school closed another successful year under the leadership of Rev. N. Smith, who earnestly lec tured the Sunday-school In regard to high Christian work. His words were instructive as well as elevating. The school extended him a vote of thanks in the usual manner for his words of wisdom. We are always pleased to hear hin. At 11 o'clock he preached an able sermon to a large audience. "Amen" was heard from all parts of the church. Six persons were bap tized. Mrs. W. T. Tucker, of Jeffer son City, Mo., united with this grand body. At night Rev. Smith preached a most excellent sermon to a la-ge congregation. October 18, there vas rendered a literary programme. Sing ing, by the Society; Scripture reading, J. H. Johnson; singing. Society; select reading. Miss M. B. Crosby; recita tion, Emma Fitzgerald; recitation, Miss Florence E. J. Gantt; declama tion, Porter B. A. Hudson; recitation, Mfry R. Russell; singing; recitation, Willie A. Martin; declamation, James T Collins; recitation, Eliza B. War ner; declamation, Golden Russell; singing by the Amateurs; recitation, Annie L, Ci Crawford; debate: "Re soled. That fowls are of more serv ice to a family than cows." Afflrma tive, M..L. Thon.aS, Austin Shipp, F. C. Martin, Annie M. Gantt, L. o. Greenfield. Ahlce Alderson; negative: Henry Alderson, B. M. Greenfield, George II. Johnson, M. B. Crosby. Thomas Shipp, E. L. Fitzgerald and others. Miss L. S. Collins, principal; Miss Eliza B. Greenfield, assistant, are doing a commendable work in the Poular Creek School. BUFORD NOTES. Mrs. Pattie Martin, who has been very ill with appendicitis, is reported better, also little Porter Martin, who had a relapse of fever, is improving slowly. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Artway recently, a baby girl. Both mother and baby are doing well. Mr. Flourney Brown is out again after an attack of scarlet fever. Miss Mattie Huggins, of Culleoka, who teaches at Campbell's, was the week-end guest of Mrs. Ed Buford during the week of ihe Fair. Miss May Ellen Johnson has gone to Decatur, Ala., to spend the winter with her grandmother. Mr. TM Buford, of Nashville, spent last week with his family. Few persons pre planning to attend it he A. M. E, Conference at Mt. Pleasant this week Prof. A. M Jackson, of Roger Wil liams TTniversltv. Nashville, antici pates another trip to ithis county with his quartette in the 'near fivHiro. He and his party were much plensed with their recent, visit, here. Profs. Jack pon. Butte, Rev. Burns and Batte, Jr., vis-.ited ihe l'ome of Mr. nn Mrs. E. B. Buford while here and expressed themselves as being greatly pleased vith the surroundings. The election is not far away and it seems the col orod people are all astir organizing clubs for the men of their choice. WINCHESTER NOTES. Mrs. Vel'.a Mann was called to Bel videre yesterday on account of the death of her father. Mr. Rufus Hand ley. Rev. W. V. Hawkins left Mon day for Knoxville, to attend the an nual conference. Rev. Hawkins has been with this people four years. We are hoping for his return. The Mt. an Interesting meeting and the peo ple seem wide awake and we are pray ing for great results. The n.eeting is being conducted for the present "by If": ! 2 f J jj jjj Order Your Whiskey From the Oldest Mail Order House in Tennessee if: Hartman's the pastor, Rev. J. T. Martin. Thurs day night was a reat night with us. The Lord seemed to pour out great blessings upon us at the church. Fif teen young men and women came for prayer, and after the meeting dis missed and the pastor and wife were sitting quietly in their home a band of members and friends, headed by Rev. D. A. Townsend, were heard singing "Blest bo the tie that binds," and when we opened the door our porch was laden with all the delicacies that the market could afford. Those pres ent were Rev. and Mrs. D. A. Town- send, Deacon and Mrs. Tlios. Carter, Deacon W. S. Darrel, Deacon J. M. Batle, Rev. E. D. Townsend, Jessie Horton, Mrs. Mary Neal, Zura Wis man, Lucy Rudledge, Sallie Horton, Eliz Hannah and Mary Robertson. These are great people. May God bless (them, and we hope they will come again. Mrs. E. A. Town send is preparing to leave for Jackson, Tenn., next week to attend State Con vention. Little Miss Annie May Lil lard left Thursday morning for St. Louis, Mo., accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Katie Rossie, where she will at tend school. BRIERSVILLE NOTES. Services were held at the M. E. church f this place last Sunday, Rev. Redmond, the newly assigned pastor, filling the pulpit. Revival services are being conducted at the Mt Cal vary Baptist Church this week by Rev. Alexander, of Water Town. The Venezuela Social Club enjoyed a pleas ant hay-ride, chestnut hunting, to "the- Ridge last Saturday, October 19th. At 1 o'clock dinner was served and all partook of an excellent repast that had been prepared by ithe ladles. Aft er dinner the party divided Into groups of two or three and the woods were roamed v over for chestnuts. Those present besides the club men bers were Misses Mayme Walton and Brssie M. Phillips, of Nashville; Miss Matitie B. Webb, Miss Charldine Stub blefield, Miss Florence L. Pettis, Mr. Charley Vi'nson, Mr. Gentry Lewis, Mr. Edd II. Pettis, Miss Louise Love. Miss Patience Vinson. Miss Mayme Walton and little sister, Nettie B. Walton, of Nashville, visited their punt, Miss Matie B. Webb, a this place last week. Miss Bessie M. Phillips, of Nashville, spent the week-end here, the guest of her cousin, Miss Martha Vinson. Mrs. Clara Turner, of Nash ville, spent the week-end with her sis ter, Mrs. Lottie Shaw. Little Willa M. Shute. of Nashville, was the guest of the little Misses Vinson last week. Miss Katie U Pettis. Miss Johnetta Bates. Miss Alice Tyler, Mr. Geo. Pet- tK Mr. Daniel Webb spent Sunday at White Hill, Tenn , the guest of Mrs. Tyler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blake more. DICKSON NOTES. Lawyer Rhines lecured here last Friday night, October 11th. and at Nunly Saturday, October 19th. Rev. R Ross was returned to the M. E. church another year. We are glad to have him back. Mrs. Pearl Boone is very ill at ithis writing. Rev. Mr. Boone, who is pastor of the Lebanon Circuit M. E. Church, was returned here on account of the illness or his wife. Mrs. Lula Hill entertained Dr. Miles with a delicious dinner Sunday. Mrs. Travis, of Paris, who has been here on account of the illness of her daughter, Mrs. R. B. Ross, left for her home Thursday. The Dickson Social Club will be entertained -by Mrs. Re hp.rva Perkins Wednesday evening. Mrs. Delia Oakley, who has been ill fnr thA lflAt. three dr four montns, is able to be up again. The revival ait the First Baptist Church was quite a success. Some twenty or more con verts were added ito the church. Miss Pparl Mason, who has been here sev eral weeks on account of the illness of her sister, left for Clarksville Mon day n.orning. Dr. S. M. Utley will be here Sunday. 1 LEBANON NOTES. Sunday at the old historic M. E. church the new pastor will be in stalled. Lebanon is proud to have Rev. Miller for a pastor. Prof, and Mrs. J. R. Inman and Miss N. E. Davis attended .the teachers' association at Watertown Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fancher were the guests of Mrs. Col H Hughes Sunday afternoon. Mr. Len Helomes is quite il lat his home on Baptist Hill. Prof. W. A Ballard was the guest of Miss Jennie V. Hughes Sunday afternoon. COLUMBIA NOTES. Mr. Robert King, who has been se riously ill at his home on East Sev enth street, is out again. The home of Mrs. Annie Williams, 901 Glade street, was the scene of a prettily planned social given by Mr Eugene Williams, complimentary to Miss Helen Brown, who left for State Nor mal Saturday. October lr!iAbou twelve couples enjoyed Mr. Williams hospitality. Whist and music were in dulged in until a late hour, after which u 1 " " " .- -- , ,iarr. J.: -.''' I ii mi -a. i .in m 111 ""m"miiwim m.mVZJm;Z,Jk Special Per Gal. Prepaid . NASHVILLE, TENN, ri i i i i 1 1 in ii mi 1111 . Altliauser-We are authorized to aunounce Jamcs"A. Althauser as the Republican nominee for represena tivc in Congress from the4sixth Congressionaijdistrict. Election, Tuesday Nov. K, a (two-course menu was served. All departed wishing Miss Brown a suc cessful term. Mr. Charlie Bradshaw has returned from Chicago, where he went to attend the funeral of his rela tive, Mr. Ben Hainey. While north he visited Joliet, where he lived in for mer years, and while a citizen of that city he was on the police force for several years. We are glad ito note one or our young men has a progress ive spirit and has gone into the shoe business and has opened a shoe store, He is also carrying a nice line of geii' tiemen s furnishing goods. Rev. T. Y. Moor, presiding elder of the East Tennessee Conference, is visiting here.. He preached at St. Paul at both the morning and night services laBt Sunday. Mr. W. Lee Miller, of Nashville, spoke here at the Odd Fel lows hall last Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. C. Brown accompanied their daughiter, Miss Helen, to tfashville last Saturday,, where she entered the State Normal School. Rev. Ivory, pas tor of Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church, is protracting a meeting at his church. Mrs. Minnie Irvin has returned from Nashville. Miss Mary E. Bradshaw was ithe guest of Spring Hill friends last Sunday. Miss Hollie Brown, of East Tenth street, has entered the State' Normal in Nashville. Miss Irene Merrell began teaching school at Carter's Creek, October 20th. Dr. Haggood, pastor of the M. E. Church, South, lectured at St. Paul last Sunday evening to the Christian Endeavor. The audience was small, yet those who were so fortunate as to hear him were greatly benefited by his most in sructive lecture. Mrs. W. A. Lewis, of Nashville, is here and will accom pany her husband, Dr. Lewis, pastor of St. Paul, to conference. Mrs. Hat tie Thomas Todd, wife of Mr. Harry Todd, died at her home, West Tenth street, October 18, after a lingering illness. Her funeral was from Central Baptist Church, A. J. Morton, under taker in charge. Dr. B. F. Davis is lining "up a football team- and the pros pects seem bright for an interesting game Thanksgiving. MADISON STATION NOTES. Rev. Gilmore preached his farewell sermon at Dry Creek Sunday and Sun day 'night to a crowded house. His many friends regret to see him leave. Miss Viola Reid returned home Sunday from St. Louis, where she has been visitig her aunt. Rev. Gooch is earring n reviv." at Eden wold. They have had one conversion. Mr Fite and Mlsa Mountry Bass spent a few days in Hendersonville, Tenn. Miss Florida Powells, of Nashville, is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tayler. Mrs. Gooch, of Nashville, was the guest of Mrs. Evie Bates Thursday. Miss Vi ola Reid, of East St. Louis, Mrs. Jen nie Taylor and daughters. Miss Net tie Taylor, Mrs. Florida Powells, of Nashville, Miss Mary Lannon, Mr. Will Shle, of Edenwold, Master Roy Taylor and Gilbert were the guests of Mrs. Evie Bates and daughter, Miss Marcella Bates," Sunday, and a joyful evening was spent. Mrs. Josie Benten entertained at dinner last Sunday Mrs. Evie Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Whittner Gray. Mrs. Jennie Taylor and daugh ters were the guests of Mrs.. Mary Reid Sundry. Miss Marcella Bates and Miss Marie Biddix spent last Sat urday in Nashville. Mr. Charlie Bell was ithe guest of Miss Mary Shute Sun day evening. CLARKSVILLE NOTES. St. John Baptist Church has called the Rev. M. 11. Holloway, of Coving ton, Tenn., to take charge of her pul pit, nnd we understand that Rev. Hol loway has accepted the call. The new pnstor is a man of family, and will soon move to this city. He has made a splendid impression upon all who have met him as well as upon bt. Jonn congregation. We prediot for him signal success. The Rev. Seymour, fomer pastor of Mt Olive Baptist Church, but now of Ripley, Tenn., was here last week preparing to move his familv to his new home. While here, Rev. Seymour was the subject of marked attention by his former congregation and many friends. On Wednesday night a reception was ten. dered him and wife at Mt. Olive Church by the ladies of the church. Mrs. Mary Klllebrew presided and a frne musical and literary program Hartman's Old Private Stock .OO Per Gal Prepaid sa FOll SALE One three-room cottage on Dudly Le. near Seventh Adveutist Publishing House. Good neighborhood, lotisox 150, fine fruit trees f65o.oo terms easy. Also one three room bungalow 161 1 12th ave.. north, splendid location. Price J 1150.00. Easy terms. Apply to JAMES IJUMPASS 410 CEDAR STREET DR. E. L. FAULKNER. Office 1644 Cedar Street Phones: Nights, Main 2657. Hemlock 993. Office Hours: 8:30 to 11 a. m. 2 to 5, 7, 8:3fl p. m. Sundays by appointment Nashville, Tcan. Cash Capital $200,000.00 Life, Health and Accident In surance in one Policy Weekly and Monthly Premium Plan V M OmCf PHONE M I8S9 HSIDENCf PHONE Hf MIOCK IM " M!i One, Call tke Older Richard Hill Itenl I(ae..N(ary Public RKAL ESTATE BARGAINS AND PENSION CASES A SPECIALTY 110 1-2 Cedar Street Nashville. Tenn. DR. C. V. ROMAN. SPECIALIST IN Bye, Ear, Neae and Throat Diaeaaoa la . parraaaeatly looted in hia itv building I.IOS Charth St. Telephone Main 2703 Roema 5 aad 6. R. L.. Mavficlcl UWYKH 410 1-2 Cedar Street Nashville - Tennessee CO A L Lcwis-Ezell Goal Go Cor. 11th Ave & Hamilton St. Tjl THAT GOOD COAL IN JC111CO NUT AND LUMP Wood aiid Kindling Phone Mniu X'.Ui was rendered, all of which was good, but special mention should be made of tho essay by Miss Nellie Dranc, on "In fluence," the declamation by Miss Jo sie Price, entitled, "The Negro," and the well rendered solo by Mrs. Deanie Drane. Remarks expressing . the ap preciation of the noble character and true worth of Rev. Seymour were made by Rev. P. J. Coleman, of Wes ley Chapel C. M. E. Church, Rev. D. A. Graham, D. D., of St. Peter A. M. E. Church, and Dr. S. Jefferson. At 'The National life and Acci-j I dent Insurance Co. the conclusion of ithe program1 a boun- ; , tcous repast was served. On Thurs- .t , day afternoon the Wardrbbe Club ten- dered a reception to Mrs. E. M. Sey- : mour at the residence of Mrs Kellyy'j of Main Btreet. Mrs. Seymour was a charter member of t,hls charitable or-; , Ionization, and its members greatly" ; regret her loss, but rejoice in the hopr ! ;! that ithe good women of Ripley wit soon learn the true value f the modef : 5 nuie woman ana learn to love ner t ! 1 1 I