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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
electrotyped and forward it to respeo tive newspapers by mail with, the re quest that the cost be prorated be tween the newspapers, including powt- t age, notification ana sending me same through the mails. The card ia to be worded as follows: "Member of the National Negro Press Associa tion." Next for discussion came the ar ranging of a program for the Press Association's annual meeting In Au- X n y V f ? Y $ V V f Y ? V t V ? f ? ? y t t f y y y y y y y y x braids W School ' Cong THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL CONGRESS OF THE NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION CONVENES IN MUSKOGEE, June 4th UiTi I , A. t i W ! v gust. This was unanimously referred to the President, Vice Presidents, .Corresponding Secretary, Chairman c. . of the Executive Committee and the two Recording Secretaries to be ar X ranged by correspondence, printed and sent the various newspapers. A motion also prevailed that the Cor X 'responding Secretary continue his ef fm to increase the membership of 'tho As.-ociation. A vote of thank- was tendered tne iv.rvancipation l'io- claniation Exposition Commission for to 9th, 1915 Great preparations are being made for the entertainment of this gathering by the State of Oklahoma. Several thou sands of Sunday-School workers will be assembled in this great meeting to dis cuss the work and the future plans of the Sunday-School Movement. Your school shoul not be lacking .in representation, as this will be the only means by which you can get hold of the helpful informa tion that is to be given. For Further Information Write the Secretary ' the use of their hend luarters for this v! version. On motion that as far as V -'possible every member of the Execu v the Committee impress upon the fa newspapers In their respective states itho importance of uniting and !! helping to build up the Association: The motto of the Association, "For 't the Highest Development of Negro I Journalism," was also indorsed. It iwas agreed by a unanimous vote that I all Negro newspapers, religious, fra- ternal, political or secular be admit. ited to membership upon payment of $1 to be sent the Corresponding Sec retary. It was requested that another invitation be formulated and sent to all the craft by the Corresponding Secretary with a summary of the work done. N. B. DODSON, Chairman Execu tive Committee. R. W. THOMPSON, President. W. L. PORTER, Acting Recording Secretary, elected Assistant Record ing Secretary. Approved and sent by HENRY A. BOYD, Corresponding Secretary. f t y y y y y y y y A y y y y y y y y A HENRY A. BOYD, 523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tennessee ENCLOSE 2c STAMP FOR REPLY y y y y A y y SHELBYVILLE NOTES. A concert troupe of the Turner Nor mal boys went to Flat Creek last Thursday night to give a concert at the school taaght by Mr. Riley Wil liams. Mr. Emmit Campbell chaper oned the crowd. The colored fair as sociation (the progressives) are al ready beginning to get ready for their next annual fair. Mr. William Craw ford, the general manager, predicts that the next venture will far eclipse the one last fall. Dr. J. E. Bias went iiown to Nashville last Tuesday to meet his mother from Missouri, who was to visit hiii'.' Mr. Carl Townes, of Nashville, was in town last Friday and Saturday visiting one of tne ia dies at Turner Normal. He was the guest of Mrs. Emma Button during his Ktav. The A. M. E. people celebrated Allen Day last Sunday. Programs were rendered three times during the dav. Dr. J. A. Jones delivered the principal address in the morning, Miaspa m. (:. noddle ana r. a BENEFITS OF THE DEMONSTRA TION FARM. By T. F. Peck. In the February 1 issue of the Pro greesive farmer Is an article on the editorial page, opposing the model or demonstration f?rm, that demands some consideration on my part, as I am urging the establishment of County Demonstration Farms by the counties of Tennessee in co-operation with the State Department of Agri culture. If the writer had confined his criti cism to the model farm I would have agreed with him, but when he In cluded the demonstration farm he compelled me to takt issue with him. In my effort for the demonstra tion farm I have always insisted that the farm, to start with, should be typical of the average farms of the Ha. of Nashville. Tenn.. are visiting! the I. 0. I. of the world. They com- Secretary also announced that two man of the Executive Committee and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor, Mrs. , plimented the B. U. M. on nis gooa otner piacea were vacant, Dy resigna- two others to be named by the chair, county where it was located. Every Powell's parents. They returned to Judgment in selecting Memphis; be-, tion, namely, the second vice presi- with power to nominate and fill these j one will agree with me that the their home Sunday. Miss Nettie Tay- cause it Is the best place for the dent, held by Mr. Gurley Brewer, of vacancies. ! average farm in Tennessee would lor will spend a few days with Mrs. meeting they say. It Is the.tl Indianapolis World, and the Re-j An invitation was read by Mr. J.: lack much of being a model farm. Powell. Miss Viola Reed and sister, Gate Way to the West. ' I cording Secretary, held by Mr. Chas. H. Anderson, of New York.. from! I would take that farm and equip Laura, Miss Marie Biddix, Mrs. Flor-j Sumner Smith, of the Twin City Star, Mr. W. T. Date, inviting the it as the average farmer could equip Ida Powell, Mr. Lofton Reed and oth- sj, CECELIA'S GUILD. "Minneapolis. The following respond- members of the Press Association his farm. I would operate it as he c(S were the merry guests of Mr. and, tpzmWv monthlv meetine of ' f dJ)resi;1: J?" Th.?mpsonL Wash' and the Executive Committee to hold could operate his farm. I would leave Mrs. Lee Bates and daughter, Misi L. the first day's session of their associa- him no excuse to say that he could Marcella Bates Sunday. Mr. Paul u rQCewiaa S hlld t reSdenoTof i?8' Cincinnati, 0., First VcePres- tion next August In the Hotel Dale 'not do the same. I would plan my "orten left this place Sunday Hry A. Boyd, Nashville, at cape May, N. J. The invitation work and policy for that farm Jo for Bowling Green, Ky., where he will JrBR- s- wfite- J4eth rveue' "ortn. Tenn., Corresponding Secretary; E. was -accepted. A motion then prevail- that I would increase Its nroduction npend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Monday evening at 8 o clock. There j. Scott, Alabama; J. R. Booker, Ar- ed tbat leltor be Bent t0 the Presi- and fertility each year and work S Bates entertained Mr. John Ernest was a i large attendance and cons der- Kansas ; m m Lewey, Florida; Jas- dent of the United States, William a view Haney at dinner last week. Mr. Will, able business transacted and quite a a. Ross, Michigan; EBTopp, Mis- 1Ioward Taft thanking nIm in behaif Btandard of a modJ fJm " 0J Shie spent Saturday night with Mr.! nice sum collected from dues and on Isslppi;. J. H. Lightfoot, New Jersey; of the National Negro Press Associa- ig revenue maintaining it, fertilitv uuver uai.es. ivcy. umiiuic nut. mo - - " . f . ".lion IVl me recignition aCCOraeQ a and nrnvflt.? tho rnmTnrtB -it,,! lnvii. i jj .1 H T. Tn i-. lnnf v o H - on 1 ti f niaof1n rr n n I flour hoTl tt YV richt Pnnn t'VMf!l r l r T T . T"tfY guest oi iur. auu mis. iee va.LVB last, uiauo au. uiicouus aw .m..,,,,.,,,, . . meniDer oi tne crait, in Ui3 Selection ries for those who wnnlri rpnrpaent week. .flcial talk to the Guild in regard to Tennessee; James Johnson, Nicaura-;0f Hon. Fred R. Moore, of the New th Owners w7e the farm nrlvS ;the members observing Lent, the gua; S J. Jones E. J. Warring Penn-York Age ag Minister 0 Llberla A iowiied i w0U d mal S The farm I urtt i un D;u,ur iu ue ueiu in ji.uoi.cr coa, . j---"'-. iv.n., ,11inii vote oi tnanKs was given tne lian sang' a' beautiful duet Other three weeks, is not much improved, five Dollars ($25.00) for a Cross as ,YTork u- Murphy Maryland; W. ! m tl r speakers for the afternoon ana nigui; though she is able to be around m a memorial to her mother. The o',. b ' iattentii practical object lesson to, and within rs to be bene- the farmers a them to keep sten thnt ln- was the next brought to the, creased their revenues would enennr. Caldwfr f, the mmittee. After Re them to take another, until in I -Mr... T n T fflnmno o . nil i cnAsull n n I olor. nlA nt n . r,t iia mnmhnro T. ThOlTiaS FOrtllnO. New JerSeV! i 1 J.. : A i J n I l j u. yj. x-. iii"ic aim mou ui uub uj. -"o uiujui - - , i 1'aiucui, uiiu an. luuurc BUUWcreu the reieh Of fhn fnrmi ..wi. inm.ir.nn Wo hnn fni-Hor a cniviiT i-i. ni,,..nv. tntn rT.p.n Timlin n rrariKiin .ininiKon. .vnrviLnn: ii. i. ...11, ....i4.i.. i j i ' ' wiLij. iu6"l'i,:' iTi,Hi-i.m.-.-"j ui luo iuuitu giviug rut iwuaio n 1 r I -o "llu ws-u-i.uiav.iuii, wuu leopuuueu f)t'd I WOulfl tal'o ...nn..nr SlUc 1 1 1 rt I 'linniTl Tn H TT1 " A r A . m. X d TV 11 OCAA V1 I I K 1 V il I 1 .1 . T It'll t- n .1.41. 1 i... .nr.ivT.nspH for t.hA tinnt. j -v ..-a w. Moore. New York: II. C. Haynes. New1 ,.. . , : lip ai..a l,me Inauc i uyj iino mvvi, iiHiv...r.xvwv i Luwaiti Lilts Lai lql luuu. auu i Houij- ' . ' i inp sr,inn:irni7:uinii fr niturr yintr t-tr. ...:t-i. .At , v. t,.u..0 Li-ii nun inc. JiiaCll were: Miss Lucy Cheatham, Profs K. her room. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thorn- Guild received the news gladly as J" ;-.n7qmSa V Poe Vir 1 some dcusslon and facts showing time thry would be in pasition to oi P. Purdy, J. C. McAdams, T. T. Ran- ton are rejoicing over the arrival of both are s0 needful. Mrs. Coombs i." Ja ' the advertising rates of many of dorstand and apply on their farm som, W. A. J. Edmondson and Mr. a firie The mother is doing well, then read a very Interesting paper g , the papers varied to an unreasonable th0 poults of the experiment qtitionq Burrell Tillman. Turner Normal Mlss Urla Gaines, formerly of Dayton 0n "Economy in the Home." The Chairman Dodson declared a quo- dt.gree) aud Uiat gome did DQt . without ,Vsqon nf tn' T, choir sang in the morning and the but row of Chattanooga, is a visitor business session being ever a most rum Present The report ef the Cor- know thl. value of space Amotion monstration farm church choir furnished music in the ln our city a1f0 Misg Latney Bell delightful social hour wag Bpent dur. responding Secretary was made by prcvaik.d lnat slnce it took s0 much; At n0 tlmp h i discounted the afternoon and at night. The drama Ij0ck of chftttat,00Ka. Mrs. Salley J. mg which refreshments were served, IIcnry .A' ,oyd-, s ,f shot time 10 adust this n,atu'r that il be:worlc of the Fxnerlment S?S T Driven from Home," under the direc Math of w Fox st vhich were most heartily enjoyed by f mb"rshlP ,,f W Pub"c.atl0, tha referred to a committee consisting of Jy VJnriS $mJrt?' T tion of Miss Madge C. Boddie.'by tho;vrfy lloar disl0CatlnB his leg while Ji S . pressing his or her TTV T. Thomas Fortune, New Jersey; J. ' know thnt S'L i students of Tu-ner Norml College vlsit1llK Mr. ar,d M, Henry Wade. X rrol and Mrs. White for a'roll,? at t C & b i T" n, t0 ' tne ,i 5uJ ftrm! f;av""Tven at The nsUtJion S fl4 hineton street, by fall.n, hospitality shown and for the pleas- c meJti.fgnd h. forty hadTn- f ary SdTw Poe' of vl? 1 k"0W Unt h Ci:'not do 1( ton It cSmrs orr Friday niqht, l"U a M?h porch ,fl"0,r- re of having been present. On in- rollr(1 sillCelhat time, with $20 turn- oUan nivvlu'od th?t tl i T. know ,0- tbat fully H3 per cent Febru Vv llS? Air Philip Jordan I daTCof7 vitation of Mr. Cooch to meet with 0Vfr from the ex-Treasurer and $3 nmlttt T'e work 1 coSu ,ctio. f, f:,r,""rs must a vractU fhJ ?l rn L UiTienum- J" LV .Mf? Wn ,aSt him and hia wiffi at tne meetlns Ia fm the ex-President, making a total ' 0bj"rt ,'" " the application b S ' f'nl'tudentsou.Ves, of VVJ XtnTdt V f?Urn,ed w'f ? $S3 db.W handled by the JSJtt ,f !' any benefit Turner Normal, attended the moving L ZjlTX?0 IVth .thom the flrst Monday Dlght ln ' cam to .pcedily expedite all matters th.it:froni the r('s";'rch vork- picture show at the opera House last - ' "" : Jiarcu. uirougu me oiuce oi me i.unespunu- Fridiv iii"ht -chaDororod by Miss P.1 Members present: Father and ins; S-cretnry. An itemized account A Com pi on ' Special seats were re- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Mrs. Coombs, Mrs. Kate Battle, Mrs. was handed over, showing the mim- ,,nnl. for the college stu-: . Having qual fled as Evecutlve of Florence Kemn. Mrs. R. S. White, ber ct ltt.er written, number of cir- ;i,My com;- ri to claim the attention of the Association. ! I.o.idiny ia the discussion on Stan-, ardization of Advertising Matter was TllADV, AT 1 .i i it ilia i t i r rtr i 'in n rrt n n 'i'im m ,i ... .. . . . ... , n. i . l . . i l e : l ; .7 i deiitrf. uuaneny iueciiuS v.- v.a. a " . . Mr. J. 11. Arderson. of the Amster- at the A. M. E. church next Sunday.,- ""vm? I'lawim Nannie Allison and Francesco Coombs r-ostnge o:i a-ime. i ne uorresponuin ; - - y Hev. A. P. Cray, the presiding e der, ; cla-rns a--nint the Estate, are hereby Messrs. Edgar Gooch. Jno. Puryear, Sectary reported thnt letterhead yoi - ?nd W L rortir of! will preach both morning and night, j no 'fled to jit e same to me, Jag. Robertson and Irvin C. Brown, nrd "velon-s W 1 sent th ihe Elt Tennes4 News Mr Ander The new Baptist' church organization,: duly proven and sworn to. within the visitors, Prof. R. S. White. President. Vice Present. Recording 1 J turned ovr to Uio committee a under the Pastorate of R-v. B. A. j time prescribed by law, or forever bo .Seeretnry, ror.onclin Secret S?ott is syled the "Friendship Bap-, barred. PREOS ASSOCIATION MEETS. Tronsurer and Chairman of he Exec- f ,,,, 3 tic-f chnreii Thev are holding serv-i Persons or Societies, indebted to ipnt:n,i inm inp n "tive t'omnnttee. i ne report claimed , . lansfisld's Pharmacy 10:ll Avoniu- anj .'cl'd rsnii Slrrct IVco, !iit li !)!iorv 1. IOH ices in the lirst story oi uie ww me r.siaie, pieae can ana maKe pay Odd Fellows Hall. Rev. R. A. uow-iments to me ell is visiting is family, who reside in this town.' flirt 'iffannln flf ll n llrtlv frtl TT1A1-A , , than nn hour dnrine which time fif- 11 tne crau- mi uwiuiui, jatnowii, .u., uriu tH,n momners paid glowing tributes to iikcijuocal nkws service. SMYRNA NOTES There was quite a large number of i people at the Baptist church Sunday, it being communion day. The follow ing people of Nashville were here: Mesdames Sarah Shane, Eugenia Bur nette, Hattie Polk, Mi3ses Alene Dil lard, Captolia Hyde, Maggie WalUe, Estella Norman, Brown and Mr. Ed Kirkpatrick. Miss Ella Cartwrignt spent two weeks in Nashville visiting her aunt, Mrs. Samuella Covington. Mrs Lizzie Palmer spent a few days mv ! pi-l-H- in 1 lvl '"-I'"'"', unn.oiM, .,11.70. ,R ooceues wn, p.ease b F d R Moore) . Jas. jj Murphy, the BDlend d wrrk accomn ished bythe' tak notlre. and piy the Endowment Afrn-Ani,.rinnn i,Ar naitimore p accompnsnc a oyine; due the Fstnt- of T Thomas Turner ,,J Ii g V t,,iV !l Co'-repo"dlng Secretary since the one tne h stat or j. l nomas lurner Md; w n Craighead, Editor and chIcae0 moftinc when due. to the Administrator: Cen- T,.,tA r M,-n,n.vHint l.uk.ij,o mnunj,. tennlil Td"-e. No. ": Damon Lod-ft ii,t.iih tA . a w niH.nii i On motion the following were 0WSI)a,),.rs in No. 2. K. of P., Heliotrope Court No. Philadelphia' North American Philal ,1ected to f,u vacancies: S. J. Jones, well as the great metropolitan wee 18. Nashville Gbe Temple, No. 88!.. delnhia Pa.- C Thomas 1114 South of tho Northern Planet, Philadelphia, ;;os published by the race was ha Mosaic Templa Sons and Da Albom Lodge sons, MemphI Lodge No. lOWB. meilipuiS, leilll., OIUIH. U.Il- u.., cu.,u .wt i .ci ..iu, l -""'uoim.o, Carv Hnrinfr th nrpconi BPS' V. 1 Wnrpinf 999 -""o i A discussion on how a news nerviee plate matter could be established by!"l the Association to help struggling ' me i ui iu uisinct as k-l had. rs or America. United 22nd street, Philadelphia, Pa.; Rev. ' " i: '',D,u"l " ieaaing in mis aiscussion were Mr ughters of Abraham, St. S. J. Jones, Northern Planet, 2118 S. T.' J aovuw -vt-ru, t" ;Dan Murphy, Franklin Johnson, S No. 5. A. F. and A. Ma- 71st street, Philadelphia, Pa.; T. ... ! ii!1"8- ,T':li;", Jonis- J- "Rhtfoot, Fred R s, Tenn., Yorkshire Thomas Fortune, New York Age, ," V'"1 AUT- wo?re' " w nnany agreea tnat an 181?, G. U. 0. of Odd Fel- Lawrenceville, N. J.; John Clinton, '""" H exenange news-ietti-r, voluntary ser in rpuuuuiK fx-LiL-uuj, iv ai,L as mviu- vice ho lnatisrurntec . wmen wi not but panles which the deceased holds Pa.; Attorney shares. Clarion Publishing Company Mint street, Philadelphia, Pa.; Chas. sion. binding upon any paper, i which might be tried out till August. Perry k Lester Coal Co. Wholesale anil Retail Dealers iii COAL T ANN UK IIENDKICK, Manaijer 0 I Yarda fiflli Second Ave., N. riiunr .Main 29 P. F. HILL, Administrator. 413 1-2 4th Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn. 14-21-28-7. in Nashville last week. Mr. and Mrs. of Nashville Tenn Richard Dillard enteriaineu ai umuci Sunday their pastor, Rev. Cumby, Miss Captolia Hyde, Mrs. Walliss and their daughter, Aleme. Mrs. Maria Cook is still very sick. Mrs Bettie M Frierson went to Nashville Mor, day. Little Cora L. Buchanan is ill. Mr. Loston Alexander visited Miss Dora House Sunday from Tullahoma. MADISON STATION NOTES. The Sunday-school is doing nicely at Dry Creek with a large attendance There was a grand entertainment given at the home of Mr. and Mrs John Franklin for the benefit of Mrs. iTi-ontiin'a BiHtr. Mrs. Anna Head. ,. e house was crowded and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves Mrs. Florida Powell and Mrs. Sadie U- Sumner Smith, Twin City Star, Min- The iollowting executive commit-. prominent among the papers agree neapolis, Minn. jteemen from the various states were ing to try this scheme were the Am- It was announced after a period of elected: II. B. N. Brown, Louisiana sterdam News, New York Age, Nash about ten minutes that, fourteen had Baptist, Alexandria, La.; Dan II. ; ville Globe, Advocate-Verdict, East qualified and their membership fees, Murphy, Afro-Amorican Ledger, Bal-.Tennessee News and the Florida Sen had been paid. The chairman then timore, Md.; James W. Poe, Reform- jt'nel. They referred and carried this n..irn v. ii n t er TMehniond Va .T. M. BrldEr09. ' matter over for tho rnnslriprntlnn nf ii r ii m nr. urine etlnnPRap rrr T- fvuu lui lil c iui 1 (ill. 1 1 ucciuucu " --- . - -a- ' - -" MEMPHIS WINS SUPREME LODGE jthat lho Ew.cutlve Committee Oakland Tribune, Oakland. Cal.; ' the Executive Committee at their Au- MEETING. members and officers were all I In the midst of the election a mo- K"st meeting. Specal to Globe. present or represented by proxy, tion prevailed that In such states , Next for consideration was the Na- Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 12. The 0Xeept from , the following j where more than six newspapers aretional Negro Newspaper Directory members of the I. 0. I. of Memphis, 1 states: Connecticut, Delaware, Dis- published an additional member of and Publishers Guide, under course of Tenn., are Jubilant because they have 'trlct of Columbia, Illinois, Iowa, Kan- the Executive Committee be allowed, compilation by Henry Allen Boyd, won the Supreme Grand Lodge of the sas, Louisiana, North Carolina, Okla-' After this motion Fred R. Moore was, This was indorsed but not discussed. Independent Order of Immaculates. i noma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South added for New York and T. Thomas Following this came the proposition On last Fridav the news came from Carolina, Utah, West Virginia, Wis-Fortune for New Jersey. On account to carry the membership card of the Hon. D. L. Miller, S. G. M., of Athens, cousin and' Wyoming. Upon motion of the enormous amount of time nec-i National Negro Press Association on Ala., to L. C. Moore, P. D. G. M. of the Executive Committee Member's j essary for the filling of these places (the stubs of the papers belonging to TonnaaooA thnt Momnhln had been nlace from these states was deelnred the matter was referred to a commit-, the Association. On motion it was accepted by his board as the next i vacant according to the by-laws ofitee of five, which included the Presi- i ngreed that the Corresponding Secre meeting place of the Grand Lodge of,the Association. The Corresponding dent, Corresponding Secretary, Chair-;tary should get up th!s card, have it Take Kulm's LUNG THROAT BALSAM Jesse J. McGavock FIU:SII MILVTS. IMCON, LA It I) lfW)3 JiirkNiiii Street Nadhville, Tenn.