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. The A. M. E. Church haa been
blessed with the return of Pev. A. T.
Cooper as pastor for another year.
The M. E. Church has a new pastor,
from Lewisburg. Mrs. Elizabeth Bog
gaa, Mrs. Cooper and Miss Anua Da
vis, who have been ill, are conva
lescent now. Mrs. Beatrice Mitchell
nee Snears wishes to return thanks
to her many friends at home and
abroad for the many nice presents i
to her and husband, Mr. Frank Mit
ch c-11. Mr. Joe Mitchell Is over here
assisting others in gathering their
crops and next week will gather hla
own. He contemplates moving to
Nashville soon. N. C. Jackson and
Rev. A. T. Cooper, carpenters, are
building very nice homes for Miss
Ida Jones on Broad street. Rev. A.
T. Cooper preached his first sermon
here this new year. It was good and
had its effect upon the hearts of Its
hearers. Mr. Leandrew McClain
and Mr. Guin made a flying trip to
Flatwood Saturday and W. J. Young
to Luke's Plasin.
Sunday-school was largely attend
ed at both churches last Sunday. The
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pulpit of each church was filled by
its pastor; the weather was fair;
The Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church,
under the leadership of the noted
revivalist of Middle Tennessee In
the person of Rev. W. M. Harris, A.
M., had another L.g baptizing last
Sunday; only e't'ht more were burled
beneath the 1' iuld waves In the
Dame of Him who ruleth over all.
Quite a
large crowd witnessed the
Rev. Dr. Harris reports
his church in Maury county doing
fine. The noted southern evangelist
of Tennessee in the person of Rev.
W. M. S. McCutcheon has been de
livering some of his great sermons.
Our school Is doins nicely. The
teachers are finding plenty to engage
their attention. Mr. Oscar Bently,
of Aetna, Tenn., formerly of this
place, lost his wife Just a few days
ago. Rev. W. M. Harris, the mod
erator of the Duck River Baptist
Association was In Columbia a few
days ago to hold his quarterly board
meeting. The next meeting will be
on January 4, 1913. All visiting
brethren are welcome.
,Rstheir..npivUQ Hk
Rev. J. W. Thompson filled the
pulpit for us Sunday preaching two
able sermons. His text at morning
service was Hebrews 12:1. At night
service 2 Peter 3:18. He has been
sent us as pastor for another year.
We wish to thank the bishop for
his return. We also wish for our
pastor a year crowned with success.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Steven enter
tained at dinner Sunday Rev.
Thompson, Mrs. Cora Nixon, Mr. A
Webster and Miss Ethel M. Walker.
Mrs. Georgia Caton, who has been
ill for pome time, Is convalescing.
The Epworth League Is moving on
nicely under the management of our
pastor. Quite a crowd nttended the
meeting Sundny afternoon. Short
ta1 were made by members of the
The lesson was Matt 18th
Mr. R. D. Davis Is 111.
Mirsra MnttiA nTvl Am. In Wnllrpr nf
Conterville passed through our town
Tuesday. Mr. Pit? Bell, of Gordens-
burg, was In our town last week on
business. Mr. Ch-rlie Broods, of
Napier, visited hmo folks of this
place last week.
Rev. Gilmore will fl'l his nulplt at
Henderson vale, Tenn., Sunday and
Sunday night. Mr. Fvle Bates find
daughter, Mhs MarcHla Bates, pr.d
Master Columbus
guest? of Mr and
lor and dan?tpr!. Mrs M.mntrv T?nss
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j lttti. nrtnM xt..i m 1 o.. ;
aim imr juioa nrii.:o lii.'mi, ouii-
day. Mrs. WWry, 0f Edenw.ald,
died Caturd.'V nU-V ard the fnreral 1
wrs held at the Fir-t Banllst Church
at Edenwald. Kr remains wore laid
to r-st at Dry Crerk Cemetery. Mr.
Gporge nunninrbam, of Eclenwo'd,
wss here S-"day vlMt'n friends.
Fev. U. 0. G. Brown vlalted Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Bates Friday evening. Mr.
Lofton Pa
led is some better at thia
wriiii. lur. 'loiu Keed and Mr.
George Cunningham, of tdawold, ! y
wtre the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Lor
ion Keed' fauuuuy. Mr. and Mrs
n H
at suppt-r i) riday nignt. Miss bauie i
U Gray is spending a few days at f
bt. John the guest of Mr. and Mr. H
Patterson. Mrs. Joble . Benton. Miss
Minnie Lee Dower and little Miss
Jessie Benton epent Sunday in Spring-
held, Tenn., and . returned to their
tome Sunday night
The Second Central Tennessee An
nual Conference convened here Wed
nesday, October 2tth, at Quinn
Chapel A. M. E. Church, with Jthe
ntwly-elected bishop, Kev. J. H. Jones,
presiding. 1 The conference was
opened with very Impressive service '
followed by the communion; after
which the regular routine of busi
ness pursued. At night the wel
come addresses were delivered as fol
lows: Mr. II. C. Edmunds, In behalf
of the citizens; Mr. R. H. Woodson,
in behalf of the business men; Mrs.
T. W. Hampton, In behalf of the
public school, and Mrs. S. E. Fitz
gerald in behalf of the missionary
society, followed by a selection by
Mrs. Mary Klrby and a solo by Mrs.
J. S. Kelly. After an appropriate se
lection by the choir the bishop re
sponded very eloquently to the wel
come addresses. Friday night, edu
cational night, a special effort was
made for the funds for Turner Nor
mal College, which was responded to
liberally. The public school choir
furnished music for the occasion.
The members of Qulnn and citizens
of Paris lost no opportunity in mak
ing it pleasant for the conference.
The bishop preached at the A. M. E.
Church (white) Sunday evening,
which was highly commended. The
appointments were read Sunday
night after service. Mrs. Leslie
Miller has been very 111 but Is much
Improved. Mrs. Aray Langford, of
Marktree, Ark., and family are vis'
Iting here en route to Martin, where
they will make their home. Mrs.
Bama Porter was seriously burned
Sunday night at her home on Blythe
street. A revival Is being held at
Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Bridges spent Sunday
la.t in the country.
The center of attraction in this vl
cinity for the last week was Wesley
(,hapel, In which the forty-second ses
sion of the Tennessee annual confer
ence of the C. M. E. Church was held,
Bishop C. H. Phillips, of Nashville,
presiding. Bishop Phillips has had
charge of the Fifth Episcopal Dis
trict, which embraces the states ly
ing north and west of Tennessee, In
cluding the latter and extending to
the Pacific coast. The conference
was well attended, many visitors be
ing present from the Kentucky and
West Tennessee Conferences, also
several general officers. A special
feature of the conference was the re
port of the Women's Missionary So
ciety, which showed that while they
were . only asked to raise $100 for
the year, they really brought In $403
A.nomer special reaa-re wa tnr re
ception tendered Rev. P. J. Coleman
on Thursday night, as a testimonial
for his six years of service at Wcs
ley Chapel. The conference closed
on Sunday night when the Bishop an
nounced the following appointments:
..Nashville District.
Pres'ding Elder, P. J. Coleman;
Capers Chapel, J. H. Crooks; Lane
Tabernacle, E. H. Hall; Chattanoo
ga. I. H. Jones; Laguardo Station
G L. Davis; Avondale Circuit, W. R.
Payne; Gallatin Circuit, W. R. Pat-t-r;
Odoms Bend Mission, Wm. Doug
lass: Water Town Circuit, D. Black;
Lavergne Circuit, A. J. Parker; Trin
ity Mission, H. E. Rucker; South
Nashville Mission, D. D. Venerable;
Spring Hill Circuit, B. R. Scott;
Pulaski Mission, A. Springer; Iron
City West Point Circuit, D. R. Gills;
Hendersonville Mission, J. Klrkpat
rick. Clarksville District.
Presiding Elder, R. B. Polk;
Clarksville Station, T. H. Copeland;
Cross Plains Station. Phillips Sarver;
Goodlottsville Station, Monzel L.
Smith; Spring andAdams, A. D. Shel
ton; Sadlers and Bethel Station, H.
J. Johnson; Woodlawn and Hermon,
J. Quarks; Cumberland City Circuit,
D. W. Hawkins; Erin and Mt. Pleas
ant Circuit, G. W. Moore; Savannah
Station, S. L. McGee; Savannah Clr
Circuit, Thos. Lane; Dixon Mission,
W. H. Allensworth.
L. D. Thomas to West Kentucky
and statinpd at Lane Chapel and
Crofton Station.
I. McFerrln to Kentucky and Ohio
Conference, 6tationed at Miles Chapel,
Personal Mention.
The Rev. I. H. Jones, of Nashville,
rreached a sermon of rare beauty and
force at St. Petnr A. M. E. Church
last Sunday moraine: while Rev. T.
TT. Copeland. of LouisviMe, who has
Just teen assigned to Wesley Chapel,
rreachd a snlend'1 sermon at night.
St. Peters Is reJoHng In the fact
thit no change
ha- hen made . In
tne:r pastor nor prv)dlTsr elder
W. H. MrGavnck wife, of Nash- asnviue . bunaay to De present at
ville, snent Sunday ?n the city anditlie funeral of a relative, Miss Loe
wrfi thp miostq of Dr. S. .TpfTrrsOn. I
Mrs. Mary Kepsee, of Snrlng stre-t, 1 Jones, P. D., Rev. R. B. Flowers
('led of parrlys'3 lat Saturday and'nnd Charles WeHter filled the
burled on Monday. Elshnp c. j rt'ilpft for Rev. N. Smith Sunday fit
H. PWllInn. D. D and Pev. D. A. H oVlnek. Each sermon was grand.
nrnh"m ard wife wero rovaMv enter-1 At nia;M "?ev. J. TT. Hu'l pnd 'tev.
jtalned lat Saturday at i' fo ireourse S. Gmtt preached. Mra. Mar-hall
('!nn"T bv Mrs. D. A. Trotman on !
Franklin street.
"We are h.ivlner some beautiful
Tvatrer uid evervhodv sppts to pn-
ii.'Les were the iy t. Quit" a number attended S"n
Mn. Robert Tay- rfav-rhool 1-st Sudav. Miss Annie
unoi. 1 t,,nr,yirr ot '..
in-, .n,i.M..v, in l.'tl.iii'iF, rt
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T"e pnoiie gpnnoi ;.pre. sne came TO
U out th unbred term of Prof,
Taekson. who left for Arkansas. Mr.
.Tames Berk ad Mr. Morcan Smith
hav rfhi'llt tho'r resta"'-nt In the
same Place. Tt was flpstroypd nome
!"pek ago hv Are. The nlaee Is much
'arsrr, and they are doir a good
brine's. Mrs. M. E. Pointer, of
Waynesboro, was the pleasant guest
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Mail Order House in Tennessee
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of Mrs. L. B. Smith on last Sunday.
Mrs. Amy Childs and little daughter,
Tomle Childs, have Just returned
home from Minneapolis where she
has been visiting her brothers, Mr.
H. C. and Mr. J. D. Mitchell. She
reports a delightful stay In the beau
tiful city. Mr. Alexander Beck, of
Dickson, Is in our town visiting his
brother, Mr Jas. Beck. Mrsv Ella
Vassel is visiting her sisters.
On the nights of November 2 and
4th the M. E. Church, of Farming
ton and Milltown gave a grand re
ception in honorof their newly ap
pointed pastor, Rev. H. W. Rucker.
The following ladies will serve on
the recentpion committee: Mesdames
Josie Maberry, Casand Hamilton,
Catherine Bowen, Bettle Rice, Emma
Bo wen, Bettle Puckett, Victoria Sml
ley, Minnie Smith, Priscllla Orr,
Mary Roberson, Nealey Owens, Addle
Holt, Laura McClain and Belle Orr.
On the first Sunday in November . our
beloved district superintendent was
with us. He preached two interest
ing sermons, which were pleasing to
all who heard him. Collection, $24.
49. These good members and friends
of the above-named churches are
second to none in their loyalty to
their churches and pastors.
The untimely death of Mr. George
Taylor, who was burned, was a shock
to Lebanon. Miss N. E. Davis, one
of the members of the faculty of the
Lebanon public school, was called to
attend the funeral of her grandfather,
Rev. Andrew Davis. The Misses
Petty, Essie and Dlsy were the guests
of Floruch W. Hughes Sunday after
noon. Rev. Andrew DaviB died at
his home Wednesday, November 14,
1911, after an Illness of several days.
The death of this noble man brings
sadness to the hearts of scores of
the citizens of Wilson county who
have known and admired him
through almost a lifetime spent here.
In his religious life he was a Meth
odist minister. He was faithful in
hib attendance upon the meetings of
fii9 church, and always showed the
highest regards for religious work.
Rev. Davis was 101 years old. He Is
gone but not forgotten; a chair Is
vacant in our church, which never
can be fielled; he always met us with
a cheerful smile and a grasp of the
hand, but we hope to meet and Join
him again in a happy reunion with
God. We have this another strong
t'e that bind3 us to heaven; we feel
that when we approach the beautiful
pate that Rev. Davis will be there to
welcome us home; let us, dear
friends, ever keep In memory Rev.
Davis. We can only look to the sym
pathizing Jesus who said, "Come unto
me all ye that labor and are heavy
'aden and I will give you rest." But
we know when we are called to the
beautiful land one of the brightest
angels to meet us will be Rev. Davis.
Miss Jessie Graham, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., the famous landscape painter,
writes that she hopes to arrive In
Lebanon In time to witness the grand
Art Exhibit of Miss Jennie V.
Hughes. She is on her way to Harrl
man to get some mountain scenery
and other points. Mrs. Hortense
Draper has returned from Nashville.
The Stewardesses Board of the A.
M. E. Church met Monday In the
parsonage with Rev. N. Smith pre
siding. Rev. N. Smith and Miss L.
S. Collins were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. George Webb Saturday for din
ner. The evening was spent in hunt
ing nuts with a number of little
folks to Join them. Quite a success
was had. Rev. N. Smith and Mr. A.
J. Blackburn were Invited guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Watkins Sunday.
Mr. J. A. Ountt was the gnest of
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Strayhorn Sun
day. Pev. N. Smith was called to
JOneS, (laugnter 01 JteV. II. U 1',
mipk. 01 im. iaanT, ann nanp;n-
trr, M'ss Flnora Booker, are vMtlng
h-r broth"rs, Messrs. T. B. and
O'nt Trosby. Mr. Pan Anderson,
r( Croc's Branoh. -t Sund iy with
V!s hn tber and f--" ly, Mr. John An
rl"r;on. Mr G. V. Ri'sppU and wife
-.rp niamina: o leave for NaepvMe
S'.tnrdiy, where thpy will reside In
Sunday, the 10th was an Interest
ing day with Baptists. Four were
baptized bv Rev. Dnnbar In Cross
Creek. Miss Delia Mllams Is oulte
HI at this writing. Miss Glendola
Stacker and Mrs. Nella Milams were
visiting friends Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Hattie R. Mark served a four-
course dinner Sunday in honor of
Mrs. Nella Mllams, of Bear Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stacker were ming
ling with friends Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Hurmon Walton has returned
from Cedar E'luff, Ky., where he has
been for 15 months. Mr. Charlie
Barns is back to his old home again
after being away for some time visit
ing friends in St. Louis, Mo., Collins-
ville, 111. and Paducah, Ky. He re
ports a good time. Mrs. Anna Mil
ams and Daughter, Miss Francis Mll
ams were the. pleasant guests of Mr.
Joe Milams, Bon and brother Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Spence Haston, Miss
Marra Bue, of Longe Creek, were Mrs
Pinkie Bratton's guests Sunday. Mrs.
Clara Shamel made many visits Sun
Last Friday afternoon, Mrs. Viola
Allen gave her little five year old
daughter, Minnie Lee, a very unique
birthday dinner and invited quite
number of the little ones to be pres
ent. More than twenty responded
to the call. These little ones certain
ly enjoyed themselves very much
playing, eating and being merry. No
doubt but that the little ones wish
that these occasions would happen
more often. Rev. F. E. Young, P.
C, of Allen's Chapel A. M. E. Church
has returned from Conference. His
congregation Is very proud of his re
turn. His energetic and excellent
work, together with his congenial dis
position, have won for him much ad
miration. The following are reported
111 this week: Mr. Will Crutchfleld,
Joe Coates, Mr. Andrew Wlllerber,
Mrs. Alice Wllllngham, Mrs. Annie
Duncan, Mrs. Minnie and Malvlnia
Terrell. Mr. Will Ward met with a
painful accident a few days ago, while
barking logs at the Box factory. He
is reported much Improved. The A.
M. ,E. Parsonsage, which was blown
down several months ago, has been
rebuilt and the pastor, Rev. Young,
has moved In. There is only one
thing lacking that is a good cook
and housekeeper. We hope this will
be added soon. Mr. W4 T. Stinson is
all smiles, from the fact that a 10 lb.
young lady arrived at his home a few
nights ago. Mother and baby are
doing fine. The rally at the C. M.
E. Church on the first Sunday was a
success. All told, more than $30 was
raised. The- following ladies were
club leaders: Mrs. Alice Massey, Mrs.
Minnie Terrell, Mrs. Myrtle and Mrs.
Minnie Ward. All worked well. Mrs.
Minnie Ward's club led. Reported
$15.00. She received a nice present
of a $2.50 gold piece. Rev. Winters
and his people are moving. Mr.
Harve and Florence Gregory and Mrs.
Belle Lett returned from Atwood,
bringing with them their sister who
is ill, Mrs. Rhoda Winston. She is
improving. Mrs. Leslie McCorry and
Mr. Walter Cathel returned from
Tiptonville on the 3rd. Mrs. Eettie
Crews left Sunday for Tlptonsville
and Cairo. Mr. Earnest Hornbeak
arrived from Memphis Saturday.
Mr. James Williams returned home
from Chicago Sunday. Prof. M. A
Dcbbs left for Sbaron Sunday to be
gin school work. Rev. Moseley, pas
tor of Baptist Church at Sharon,
preached two excellent sermons Sun
day. The congregation raised $13.85
for him.
Mrs. G. A. Miller, who has been In
Cincinnati for the past two months
visiting relatives returned last Mon
day. . Rev. Johnson filled the stand
for Rev. Triggs at the A. M. E. Zion
Church Sunday, November 3rd. Mrs.
Stant Holman, of East Washington
street, who has been Indisposed is
convalescing. Mr. Lono Holman, of
North Fox and Main streets met with
the misfortune to break his leg or
Hallowen'en night. Mrs. Virginia
Cunningham accompanied by Mrs.
Hattie Loney was the welcome guest
of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin last Sun
day. Mr. Claude Harbin of Morgan
town, J3 . Ill with rheumatism. The
rally at the A. M. E. Zion Church
last Sunday, November 3rd was a suc
cess, but the amount was not reported.
Mrs. Luclnda d leman. who has been
ill is better. The City School in
charge of Prof. C. II. Powel Is pro
gressing nicely and is preparing a fine
program for the holiday exercises un
der the management of Prof. Po-vel
nii hia asistnats. Miss Bessie Frank
lin and Miss Mabel Franklin. Mr.
R. A. Gallagher, of South Spring St.,
met with the misfortune to throw his
leg out of place last Tuesday, Novem
ber 5th. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Walls
now of Columbus, Ohio, but formerly
of Dayton, arrived in our city last
Sunday, November 10th. Mrs. Sarah
BroyleB, of Morgantown, who has been
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