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I NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1913. -r-5 me iyiigJiicy ibnsem Me ok KNIGHTS at The BRA WN md SINEW of the best men from Carter to Shelby. These men are among the most sub stantial of Tennessee's citi zenry. Why not be a Pythian along with them? In the Globe Today , ' . - a ji v We Want 1 N0 M 1(H) (nifllfl : RATES cJj Cf VisssS dJ6 New Members LOW BY r T) ) . ' HelpUstoGet Jj 11 iiS l Them. If You are Interested in the 1 Address Ao Wo Hte, Do G Or Your o Nearest Deputy 1702 HEIMAN STREET NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 00OCX)OOO Out of Town Notes. I I 1 8 tZ32QQO0OO000O9C000Q LAVERGNE NOTES. The Presiding Elder, Rev. P. J. Coleman, will hold his quarterly con ference Saturday and Sunday. Miss Annie M. Baker has returned from the city. Prof. Childress opened school Monday morning, after me holidays. Mrs. John Nelson has returned home from the city. Mr. Oeorge Hibbett spent Friday in the city. Mr. Aaron Trimble visited his brother in Mc Minnville and returned on last Mon day. His niece, Miss Commien Barnes, came with him. She has been much entertained. Mrs. Ned Davis and Mary Covington visited Mrs. John Patton at the Asylum Sunday. Mrs. Cokley visited her mother Sunday. Mrs. Henry Covington is on the sick li t. Miss Leonnie Trimble and cou sin, Miss Commien Barnes, visited the city. They were entertained by their many friends and relatives. Miss SaMie McKnight has returned home to spend the winter. The concert which was given on last Saturday night by the little folks was enjoyed very much. Sunday-School Congress, Muskogee, Okla., June 4 to 9. "Don't Forget The Date- Be Sure to Remember the Place Muskogee." DICKSON NOTES. Christmas was a big week in so ciety, the elite of Dickson iturned out. Friday, December 27, an elaborate menu was served by Mrs. Irene List at the residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grimes. The occa sion was a six o'clock supper. Those seated at the table were Revs. Rye and Ledford, Miss Allle B. Por ter, Flora Hardin, Henry Thompson, Louie Holt, Dr. Miles. Mrs. Alice Grimes assisted her daughter In serv ing. Sunday evening, December 2D, Mr. Henry Thompson entertained with a birthday dinner at the residence of his father. Mr. F. Ferguson. A three- course menu was served. Those who enjoyed Mr. Thompson's hospitality were Miss Ella Wilson, of Nashville, Allle B. Porter. Flora and Iva Har din, Mrs. Lena Dunn, Irene List, Louie Holt, Will Wilks. Clarence Carney, Walter Holt and Dr. Miles. Monday December 30. Mrs. Lena Dunn entertained with a beautifully nrraneed house party. Dancing and card playing were the amusements of !th evening. Those who enjoyed Mrs Dunn's hospitality were Miss bua Wilson, Flora Hardin. Iva Hardin, Al lie B. Porter. Irene List, Will Wilks, Louie Holt, Clarence Carney, Walter Holt Mr. Frank Thompson, John Dunn, Henry Thompson and Dr. Miles. Wednesday evening Miss Allle B. Porter entertained a few of her friends at the residence of her moth er, Mrs. Lucy Porter. Dancing was the amusement of the evening. Those who enjoyed Miss Porter's hospitality -were Miss Ella Wilson, of Nashville, Misses Flora and Iva Hardin, Mrs. Lena Dunn, Foster Dunn, Bertha Ra mey, Joe Porter, Wih Wilks, Louie Holt, Walter Holt, Clarence Carney, Henry Thompson and Dr. Miles. Mrs. Rachel Tidwell entertained January 1 wiih a New Year's dinner Those who enjoyed Mrs. lldwell's dinner were Miss Ella Wilson, Mrs. Emma line Holmes, Lillie Lovells, Mrs. Thomas, CiroMne Scott, Rev. Scott Holmes, Mr. Tidwell and Dr. Mjles. Mrs Birtie Jones assisted her moth er in serving. Sunday, December 29, Mrs. Charity Moore entertained with a itwo o'clock dinner in honor of Mrs. Lucy Porter and Dr. Miles. Miss Ella Wilson, of Nashville, was a pleasant vteitor here last week. Mr3. Florence Matthews entertained Dr. Miles and Rev. and Mrs. Bryant Friday, Decem ber 27, with an elaborate dinner. Rev. W. 11. Shelby spent Thursday and Fri day here last week. Mrs. Milton Um ble and mother, the wife of Dr. M. V. Umble, who have been spending Christmas with Mr. Geo. Umble, passed through here Sunday. Those who are on the sick list are Mrs. Lula IMU Dorcy Wilson, Herbert Bilbo, Johnnie Deshayer, Etta Lott, Iva Har din, Mrs. R. B. Ross, Reuben Pope and Nancy Richardson. Milton Holmes, who was accidentally shot ithrough the neck, is much improved at this writing. Miss Hetie O'Necl is bettef. Allison Hannah, who has been se riously 111, is much better. The M. E. church has been moved to Immac ulate Hall In East Dickson. Miss Her man Knight, who has been in Nash ville for Eome time, s back again. Mr. Fred Boyes, of Nashvi'le, was a pleasant caller of Mrs. Josephine Knight Wednesday. Mrs. Caroline Scott, who has been visiting her daughter in South Bend, Ind., has re turned. Mrs. Birtie Jones and family were pleasant visitors ito Cumberland last week. quartets, solos and choruses, was beautiful. One of the quartets, "Lift Up Your Voice and Sing," was com posed, the music written and sung by Negroes. The principal singers for eaten. From Lafayette to Newport, Tenn., the home of Governor Ben W. Hooper. Many good things we could say about this historic town, but space and time forbid us just the nighit were Mesdames Buliock and now; however we met an aunt whom Spriggs, Misses Bonahm and Gilmore, Messrs. Hoyle Delaney, Jr., and How ard. Miss Dodson presided at the piano. Prof. L. L. Campbeil, master of ceremonies, introduced Rev. G. L. Cary, who made the welcome address we had not seen lor more man 4U years. Our heart and soul rejoiced. To say that the Negro is succeeding Ask the Insurance Commissioner he Knows UNION CITY NOTES. Miss Annie B. Crawford and mother very elaborately entertained, Thursday evening, December 2Gth, at her home on College street in honor in and around New Port is putting of her sister and brother, Mr. and it mildly. We learned that quite a! Mrs. T. G. Robinson, and Mrs. Lee number of ministers, both Methodist Davis, of Dyersburg, Tenn. The and introduced Dr. Clay. Greeted and Baptist, are running glorious re- with smiles and cheers, he took the floor. His subject was "The Achieve ment of ithe Negro." Before beginning he stated that he would make a plain, flat-footed talk, and indeed he did. It was just the kind that we as Negroes of this day and itime need. .Some very helpful, and needful suggestions and hints were given the rising genera tion as to their environments, associ ates and education. The men of whom he spoke as having achieved quite a deal during our fifty years of free dom were Hon. B. T. Washington, Scott Bond, A. W. Gilam, S. Cox, G. B. Bell, Julian Grass and Alfred Smith. Mr. Van Crawford, who has been sick for ouite a while, is dead Mrs. Sue rivals in which they are saving souls MASON NOTES. Mason City School re-opened last Monday after a suspension of two weeks for the holidays. Rev. P. H. Ruffln spent last " week in the great city of Memphis looking after the interest of his church. Evening Star Lodge No. 88 has elected for the en suing term: Sir M. W. Ruffln, C. C; Sir B. T. Adams, K. of R. and S.; Sir P. H. Ruffin, M. of F.; Sir Spen cer umam, M. of E.; Sir. Will Mc- Lln, I. G.; Rev. P. H. Ruffln, Prelate; M. W. Ruffln, Grand Lodge represen tative. Mrs. B. P. Fields spent ser- company arrived at 8 o'clock and la- ter a delicious six-couse menu was o 1 i, i i i j , ,1 , t. 1U T n 1 ior jnrisvs Kingaom ana raising iserveu. vovers were laiu iui icu, money to build churches and par- and after appropriate toasts all en-eial days in Memphis last week. Dr. sonages and extend the Redeemer'3 joyed the menu. Those enjoying the v. s. Yarbrough of Bowline Green' kingdom in a general way. Too hospitality were: Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Ky., spent the holidays in the bound3 much cannot be said of these Chris- Robinson and children and Mrs. Lee of Mason, visiting his relatives and nan ministers. we passed iroin Davis, or uyersourg; Mr. ana Mrs. friends.. thence to Knoxville again and spent Percy Sanderson, of Dyersburg; Mr. a few days visiting relatives and friends in and around the city till New Years, when we took our de parture or Pikeville, Ibut made a few short stops in the interest of our educational work. We stopped at Athens, Tenn., where we have two schools, one managed and controlled by the Presbyterian Board of Edu- or 4u.lc a. ur"no fiorrvi catln. and another managed and con- !?v." Ja ' ! S trolled by the A. M. E. Zion Church. V 11U 1 0 0- D l Li H v lit vi ivvc-i i, University, visited this city during the hoidays. Mr. G. W. Graham pre sented Master J. T. Gilmore Christmas with a pair of squirrels for pets, but sad to say, they did not like the ap pearance of his itwo bright eyes and big hands, and while trying to catch them he received two very painful nibbles on his fingers. Messrs. Albert and Willie Klines and Van Crawford are out of the city. Messrs. "Peter Matthews and Oliver McPherson are suffering from strokes of paralysis. Mr Julian, who was taken to ithe in sane asylum a few weeks ago, was hrmitrht home dead. There is a lively revival going on at the Baptist church i family our sympathies and commend and we would appreciate the prayers mem to Him wno aoetn an tnmgs and Mrs. James Totten, Mr. and Mrs. Steph Murphy, Dr. E. D. Walker, Dr. Tartleton, Mts. Bessie Simmons, Miss Hattie Crowder, Miss Minnie Davis, Mrs. Amanda Ewlng, Mrs. Clara Davis, Mr. Chas. Wells, the hostess appeared In a simple gown of gray. Mesdames Robinson and Davis were gowned in French serge of blue. Mrs. James Totten Are You a Booster? COLUMBIA NOTES. Singing, Blow ye the trumpet blow, choir; prayer, Rev. M. F. Riley; singing, My country 'tis of thee, (hoir; Scripture reading, Rev. B. L. Ivory; singing, The morning light is breaking, choir; reading of "Eman cipation Proclamation," Miss Come- Both schools are doing a good work in Athens. The children are kept busy and in off the streets; there seems to be no idling away time In that town. We hope to have such a state of affairs existing in and around Pikeville ere long, we ar rived in Pikeville on the 3rd at 7 o'clock p. m., and found quite a num ber of our citizens stricken by the hand of affliction. Mr. Alex Brldg man passed quietly away on the morning of the 4th, the result of a brief illness with lagrlppe and pneu monia. We very greatly deplore his death and extend to the bereaved was beautiful in a brown sateen with;na p. Johnson: music selpcted a bouquet of Marechal NIel roses lyoung men's glee club; addresses, Mrs. Bessie Simmons was charmingly i Rev. L. J. Johnson. B. D.. from Httrr. attired in a satin charmeuse peacock enterprises and societies; music se- iculcu, uuuir; onenng ror Jubilee blue. Mrs. Murphy was graceful in a brown velvet. Mrs. Sanderson In a lovely waist and tailored skirt. Misses Crowder and Davis wore blue tailored suits. Miss A. E. Mil ler, of Dyersburg, was the guest of Miss Annie Crawford Saturday and Sunday. Beautiful Zlon M. E. Church gave a very Interesting drawing contest last Monday night Are You a Booster? of every reader of the Globe in behalf of the souls that are to be saved. Ask the Insurance Commissioner he Knows CLEVELAND NOTES. Emancipation Day was beautifully celebrated in this city. The after noon programme, wTilch consisted of patriotic songs, readings end recita tions, began at 2: ,10 o'clock and was well attended by the patriotic people of the city and neighboring towns and villages. Miss Hattie Bacon, of Col lege Hill School; Master Benjamin McGee, of Cleveland Academy; Miss Cora Campbell, of Mrs. Anna Spriggs' school, and the itwo little pupils of Prof. G. W. Howard's school, did hon or to their teachers, schools, parents and friends. At elgtit o'clock, amid applause, Dr. Clay, speaker of the evening. Dr. Smith, Professors Cary, Campbell and Tlllery, Revs. Delaney and Bishop and Misses Calerln Hard wlck and Shepherd took their seats on the platform. The music for the night, consisting of Jubilee songs, PIKEVILLE NOTES. This will inform the readers of the Globe that the reporter has been off for two weeks on a Christmas trip through East Tennessee and had quite a merry Christmas and a Movement; Local Jubilee Commission for Society announced; doxology and Deneaictlon. Special mention should be made of Miss C. P. Johnson, who read tho Emancipation Proclamation with great credit to herself and all who were present to Dr. Lucius H. Gilmore, who several times held the Mesdames John Whittaker, Verna audience spellbound with his worthy Bonds, Hans Cross and Miss Ida M. sayings and oratory; also Miss well. Peace to his ahes. Mr. Wm. Bridgman and wife are both in the bed with lagrlppe. We pray for the speedy recovery of botn. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Springs have two real sick children, but the little boy, C. F., is convalescing at this writing. Mrs. Lula Hutcheson has been sick with lagrlppe but is convalescing. Mrs. Aramlnta Lawson, who has been In poor health for six or eight months, Is Improving. Wm. Roddy, one of the thoroughgoing and hust ling men of this town, has been somewhat Indisposed, but Is about to hanny new year. On our trip we had a few hours In the city of Chat-! come to his strength again and re tanooca on the 23rd of December, sume his duties. Mrs. America Sales, and passed on to Knoxville, where we spent the night and the 24th or Christmas eve and had quite a nice time at the Corinthian Baptist Church at a Christmas tree where a formal program was rendered by the Sunday-school and many good se- lections were recited in keeping with the birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Our heart was made glad to overflowing. We passed from thence to Lafayette, our old home, where many good things awaited U9, both spiritually and temporarily; we ate and drank till we wanted no more till we could run about and settle what we had Ralney were successful contestants, Mr. John Bransford's laughing suc cess, "Twenty Minutes Thro Baptist rllle," was the attraction at Brown's Chapel Wednesday night. It is ori ginal and has all the aspects of a screamingly funny comedy that haJ no letup in Its laughing department. Join Now While the Rates are Low from Chicago, is at the bersido of her mother. Sallle Bridgman, and reports that winter 1n Chicago is no more than it is In Tennessee. Lit tle Hallle Zemilee Swafford, the only daughter of Mr. James and Fannie Swafford. is real sick with fever. Mr. John Billlngsly is on the sick list. The children were highly pleased with the way Santa Claus remember ed them. We wish the Globe a Ion? life and great prosperity. Sunday-School Congress, Muskogee, Okla.. June 4 to 9. "Don't Forget The Date. Be Sure to Remember the Place Muskogee" ithelr future home PULASKI NOTES. Miss Allene Daly entertained a number of her school mates Satur day evening. The dining-room was beautifully decorated with hollies and a two-course menu was served and card playing was the feature of the evening. Mrs. C. A. Dangerfleld spent a few days In Nashville with her mother during the holidays. Mr., Ben Black spent a few days in Ar kansas with his sister during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burch (Junle) were In Nashville during the holidays to fee their friends. Mr. Thomas Fltzpatrick and Mr. Wesley Record, of Lewlsburg, were here Sunday on some fraternal business and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Dangerfleld. Miss Georgia Ma lone and Mrs. Mary Jackson are on the sick- list. Mr. Frank Balinton and wife left for Okla, Texas, last Saturday, where they will make yueenle Moore. Dr. L. J. Johnson, at 8 p. m., with his flowery flashes of oratory paid a glowing tribute to me old soldiers. An interesting emancipation program was witnebs-i ed by a very large audience at St. Paul A. M. E. Church. The music was furnished by the public school choir. The Emancipation Proclama tion was read by Miss Cornelia John son. Dr. B. F. Davis was master of ceremonies. He Introduced Dr. L. James Johnson, who delivered the principle adress on "The Negro Has xvi aae uooa." Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pil low have returned to their home In LlkltOn. Ohio, after a vinif tn thotr mother, Mrs. Amanda Rohersnn Miss Mary Bradshaw visited her sis- ter, Mrs. Lizzie McConnlco, at Ro ger Williams University during, the uoiiaays. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foster has been ouite sick at the home of his grand pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. A PrV?ns Tha Mite Missionary Society of Mt t.a. hanon Baptist Church met with Miss wary e. Bradshaw, January 3rd at 3 o'clock p. m. The Bible lesson was led by Mrs. L. B. Ivory, subject. "Highest Evidence of Christ's Love." After the regular routine of buBli ness a delicious three-course mjenu was served. The Invited guests were Mesdames A. M. Kelly and A. P. Crews. Miss Blanch Brown, assisted Mass Bradshaw in receiving. Iter.