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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1913. MjMnn OC?OOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCC OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC" o Oat of Town Notes. THOMPSON STATION NOTES. 11 r. and Mrs. Wm. H. Long, who re making th?ir home t this place, lave won many friends. Mr. Long is holding weekly prayer-meetings in tie cckool house hero every Thurs day right, which are largely att.cndod. Vr. Jim Harvey Long and Miss Ethel McCullum were married Sunday at the home of the bride at Wost Har eth, Tenn., Rev. L. II. Nichol offici ating. Members -of both families and a limited number of close friends witnessed the occasion. UNION CITY NOTES. The Ob!on County Colored Teach rs' Institute closed on Saturday, June 7. after a very interesting ses sion. Many nice lectures wero deliv ered to the members by Ursi E. D. Walker and S. J. Davis. On Friday afternoon a delightful menu was served to the visiting ter.chors, min-iste-s and doctors, after w-ich quite an interesting program was rendered on Friday evening at Brown's Chapel A. M. E. Churcn. Miss Crutehfield has returned to spend the vacation, after several months' teaching m Fultoi, Ky. Ho2. G. L. Vaughn, ol St Louis, Mo., rpent the week-end with Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Wulker rn East Grove ttrect He was delight fully entertained with a five-course luncueon on Saturday evening in their iome. Misc Davenport has re turned from Fulton, Ky. Miss Patt'e Dodfon la at home for vacation. Mrs. Watson delightfully entertained on Friday evening in honor of Hon. G. I Vaughn, of St Louis, Mo. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cole, Mr. R. F. Freeman, St. Louis, Mo., Miss Vira Davenort, Miss Pearl Crutehfield, Hon. G. L. Vaughn, Dr. and lire. H. D. Walker. The Y. W. E. Club met r.t the home u Mr. and Mrs. Austin Sringer on Friday even ing. Quito an enjoyable time was apenL Mrs. Weddington, our talented musician of North Union City, has! i . - - i i ., t- T7 r x'n. I quite a itue uiiiss. ui. vj. u. tvaiu- er has Installed a flrst-clas3 operating apparatus In his office and as usual is fully prepared to accommodate his many patients. Mrs. Edgar Owens is in Wyciiffe, Ky., for a few days. Misses Rosa Atwood and Azalee Maddox anient Friday and Saturday in ' our town in the County examination. I Mrs. H. M. McMakin has returned to Dyexsbnrg, Tenn., to spend vacation, j Miss Cora Wr.llace was a pleasant i visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Turner on last week. Mrs. Henry Watkins has ret rned from a visit to Franklin, Tenn. Mr. Jr.mes Wed dingtoi attended the Confederate Reunlom at Chattanooga last week. COLUMBIA NOTES. Ifanry County Teachers' Institute, which convenes June 9th, will be In eseion two weeks with the follow Ing subjects: Introductory Arithme tic, Prof. R. B. Reynolds; Grammar,: Prof R. G. Johnson; Tennessee His-1 tcry, Prof. A. Sampson Brown; Read-1 ing, Miss C. P. Johnpon; United! States History, Mrs. Sarah P. liar-, lem. School Government, Prof. J. M. Reynolds. Prof. J. M. Reynolds, con ductor. Union services were held a, the Central Baptist Church Saturday and Sunday, June 7th and 8th. Mrs. C O. Hunter and daughters, Ilermi one and Caroline, attended Fisk University t ommencement. While in Nashville they were the guefts of Mrs. George White, Fourteenth av enuo. John Armstrong Watkins died June Cth, at the home of his father,; Mr. .lorn II. Watkins, aged i" years. His funeral was from St. Paul, conducted by the pastor. Dr. L. Jimes Johnson, assisted by Rev. Rob erson. A paper was read by his Sr.b-bath-school teacher, Mi&3 Qu?enie Moore, beautifully portraying the life and character of the deceased. Prof. J. H. Kelly returned from West Tennessee, where he had been on of ficial business for two weeks. After a few days' rest he left for other point! In the western part of the etite. Mrs. Amanda Dew Hampton, of Paris, is nere to spend the sum mer with her mother, Mrs. Ann Dew. Master Charles Winfrey Kelly, of Nashville, visited h's grandparents, Prof, and Mrs. J H. Kelly, last week. Mra jMigustat McCarroll died very suddenly at her home, East Tenth street. She was the wife of Mr. Tromns McCarroll and was M!fr Williams before marriage. Her re mains were carried to Athens, Ala.. for burial. Mirs Maggie Green Is able to be out after several davs or furious illness. Miss Eddie Johnson is visiting ner aunt. Mrs. Julia Irv'n, in Nashville. The Columbia Literary Cl-ib met Frdav evening. June f,"h. With Miss Mildred Dillard. Business was transacted. Ralph Waldo Emer Fon'was discussed, led by Mrs. Mat tie CDodson. The election of offi cers was postponed for the next meet ing. Hoping every member will be present at t'r.at meeting. The club will meet at the home of Mrs. Emma Kennedy. CLARKSVILLE NOTES. The rally at Fifth Ward Baptist Church the first Sunday netted $375.17. Rev. I. II. Jones, of Chrtta nooga, fpent Sunday in the city, the guest of Wesley Chapel. The many friends of our popular physician, Dr. R. T. Burt, will be delighted to know that at last he has joined the noble army of Benedicts and on Wednes day, the 11th, was un'ted in matri m ny to Miss Emma Williams, at the home of 1ho parents of the brH" Miss Williams is the daughter of Mr Ed Williams, a leading liveryman or this city, and the ceremony was per formed in their beautiful home on Madison Rond, by Rev. Pr D. A. Gra ham rt 4 o'clock, in the presence of the family and relatives only. The hippy couple left on the r:.i tra'M . ver the L. L N. for Nashville. Aft vr a day in O-o Ci'n'tM r"ty, thev wipt to Memphis .and after a x.ay with friends went to Kosc'usko. M'ss . wrere they wi'l visit the mother of the groom. They will also take in the meeting of the State Medical As sociation at Columbia before return ing home. The bride is a most amia ble young lady and with her distin guished husband's genial nature noth ng but happiness Is predicted for the fortunate pair. Mrs. Herbert will demonstrate a spring luncheon with spring flower decorations, Thursday morning at 10:30 at her residence, to oompliment Mesdames Ras Cole; of Greenwood, and Mary Goosby, of McKinon, Tenn. cOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES. Teachers' annual examinations for this, Marlon County, are being held by bupt. A. S. Kelly this week. Rev 11. A. Morris ana wife each in choice 'terms addressed the teachers Mon day morning. The new colored rchool building on the hill is the place of teachers' meeting. The In st'tute proper will be held in July one week previous to the opening of school, Monday, August 4th. Clrl dren's Dny at the various churches lest Sunday was a success. The pro moters at Mir. Bethlehem Baptist Church were Mrs. J. J. McElroy and Mrs. Versa Petty. At the M. E. Church. Mrs. E'la Hyatt and Miss Mary Cain. At the A. M. E. Church, by the pastor and wife. Mrs. J. M. Hawkins, Miss Janie A. I.Ightfoot, Mrs. Ella E. McElroy, Mrs. E. S Oliver, Mrs. a. II. Eldridge and lit tle Miss Elizabeth have all returned from Chattanooga, where they spent a most enjoyable time with relatives and friends. Mrs. Wyley Lane has returned from Newcomb, Ky., after several weeks' visit there. Mrs. Ellen fliith is on the sick Ik this week. Miss Mary E. Byrom, of Chattanooga, sister of the late Dr. H. M. S. Byrom is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hawkins this week. Mr. J. H. Grif ith. of Whitwell, is the guest of Mr find Mrs. J. J. McElroy this week. Prof. F. C. Kearley, or Victoria, is the welcome guest of Prof II. B. Douglass. Dr. Gordon, of Chaitta nooga, spent a day with Dr. W. J. strapp recently. Miss Hatttie Mai Lewis was visiting at Bridgeport. Ala., recently. Mrs. Margie Trimew has returned to her home near Ste venson, Ala. Mr. Ed Gaines, of Comfort, is erecting Mrs. Lizzie Brooks a beautiful four-room cottage on Oak avenue. Mr. Sam Greer, of Jasper, visited his brother, Prof. F. C. Greer, last Sunday. Mrs. William Lee and Mrs. Henderson Lr.mberson have returned from Chattanooga. Mr. J. N. Baldwin, of Whitwell, is in town this week. Rev. B. A. Morris sent last Saturday in Scottsboro, Ala., on business. Prof. R. A. Scott, original ly of Shelbyville, spent last week here giving a series of concerts at the different churches. His concert? were good, but Lis success was not so good on account of the Street Fair Mr. Walter Gaines, who was buried at Rocky Springs, Ala., on the 27th. Iesve3 a wife and five children. His funeral was preached at the First Baptist Church by Rev. Mr. Crutcher, of Stevenson, Ala, His remains were followed to church and cemetery by the G. U. O. of O. F. here and a host of friends. Revs. Morris and Cain snd Rev. Johnson, pastor of First Church, assisted in the funeral serv ices. PULASKI NOTES. Hon. Geo. W. Murray, ex-Member of Congress from South Carolina, spoke here Thursday night to a large audience, regardless of the threaten 'n.s weiuher. The address was con sidercd by all who heard it to be the best they have ever heard along the lines which he discussed. The Nor mal School is increasing in numbers daily, and the Institute will begin next week and continue two weeks. .Miss Mamie A. Turner, who has beeu a student at Fisk University, came hom-j Wednesday evening after the cemmencemen . exercises were con cluded. Miss J. B. Bramlette went to the country Sunday. Miss Ed monia Bramlette was suddenjy called to Cincinnati, Ohio, last week to at tend the funeral of her niece, Miss Mae Bramlette, who died there last week. Prof. Lewis Meredith, who was a brother of Rev. B. J. Meredith und Prof. Willie Meredith, died last Saturday and was buried Sunday. The memorial exercises were held at the Black's Chapel C. M. E. Church and conducted by Prof. B. H. Morrill and T. P. Turner. No funeral was iirt-a hed, but only selected friends of the deceased made appropriate re murks, which may be seen elsewhere in this issue. Prof. Meredith spent a long life of usefulness and had :nany friends and his family has al ways been classed among our best and substantial citizens. He is sur vived by an aged mother and two brothers, Willie and Rev. B. J. Mere dith. The family is comfortably sit uated and owns some good propertty nere. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Martin lost two children with whooping cough ast week. Mr. Robert Gordon lost one of his children last week. Prof. Gilbert, who has been principal of the Agricultural School at Snow Hill, Ma , was I ntown Friday and visited the Normal Schcol. Prof. A. T. Hill was in Nashville Thursday. Deputy G. C. A. W. Fite and Sir J. II. Slaton were in town Sunday on fraternal 'msiness. hev. B. J. Meredith, of Nashville, came here to visit his brother, Lcwin, just before he died, and will remain a few days this week to assist his brother, William, o settle some business since the death of his brother Saturday. DAYTON NOTES. Mrs. Nellie Brannon, who has been "ufforing with tuberculosis, died last 'Viday. Mr. VirMI Teasley, of Rod "ow, died Inst Friday. Mrs. Sadie I'eckley. of Whitwell, was the guest r Mrs. Lizzie Martin last week. Mrs. Snnh Broyles of Morgan Town. Mrs. i,r.hi Or-;?n, Mr. Ah Fields, M'ss n'anehe Maveo, Miss Geneva Foster, -'1 visite-l the Reunion and Docora "on at Chntttnooga last week. Mrs. 1. E. Lee, of Morgan Town, Is in 1 Poa. A'a.. viitinsr her Bister, Mrs. Iner and baptizing were all conducted ! Neiiio Fletcher. Mr. J. L. ee m.ide on a high order. Many people fioai la business trip to Chattanooga l:st.Waverly, Gorman and White Oak Friday and returned Sunday. Bishop were present, and all enjoyed them A. J. Warner, of the A. E. Zlon Con-! selves and report a good time. Rev. necticn, was In our city last Sun day, accompanied by his wife, and preached threo Eoul-stlrrlng sermons at 11, 3 and 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Mary Hutcherson, of Morgan Town, mnde a trip to Chattanooga Saturday night, wheie she was called to the bedside' of hor sick brother. Mrs. ComeUa Holman, of East Fox Btreet, and Miss Cornelia Holman, of Fourth avenue, left last Wednesday fer Columbus, Oio. Prof. C. IL Powell and family went to Graysville last Sunday to at tend a basket meeting, accompanied by Mrs. Sarah Broyles, of Morgan ; own. Mrs. uaisy lowery leu msi , i-ceuitu iu eujoy luemseives. in me Saturday for Birmingham, Ala., to afternoon Rev. Mr. Smith preached see her sick brother. Mr. James El- for Rev. Ewell. Mrs. Ellen Ellerson lip, of Morgan Town, Is suffering is ill. Mr. Cohort Adams Is iniprov from asthma. The picnic to be given ing. Rev. Wilson was able to be out by the Mt. Zion Baptist Church and to the church on Sunday. Rev. Ewell Sunday school next Thursday Is has been in Waverly for the pa;t two p'anned to be a swell outing. Dr. J. weeks attending the institute which W. Wood is still among our many is conducted by Prof. P. P. Whitson. friends. Mr. German Seay, one of We are planning a rally and basket Dayton's oldest citizens, is slowly dinner at Judie Branch the fifth Sun- onvalesc ng. Miss Anna May Hen- day in this month, and one at Garmau derson, of Able street, was visiting the third Sunday in Augu.-t. The Miss Blanchie Mayes, of Quarry various schools of our county will t;vtt last Thursday. Mrs. J. T. h gin their regular .session. The Thornton is planning to leave for teachers are all getting ready. Roddy in the interest of the Court of i Calfnthe. Rev. J. G. L. Crippins and; SMYRNA NOTES, w.fe were in Chattanooga last week) On account of the rain the enter on business. The N. C. & C. D. Sun-' tainmint at th- Biptlst' church was - . . w , A 'ay School Convention meets at ML ; Zion Baptist aurch July 13, 1913. LEBANON. Mrs. Reuben Hale has been quite 111, but able to be up again. Miss Trimble street, Nashville, is with his Bradford has returned to McMinn- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ville. Prof. Lillard Thompson, who l'i-rry M1 Mamie Gooch spent Sun- c&s been in Oklahoma for five years, day with Miss Hattie Gregory. Misses-- has returned to Lebanon to make it Ella and Eliza Cartwrlght and Amy is future home. Prof. M. C. Davis, Gooch spent Sunday with Miss Eva if Nashville, was here for a few days. Pn, Mrs. Susan Gooch visited In Miss Bertha Hibbett, of Chicago, is Nashville this week. Mrs. Lucile -.siring fr ends here. Mrs. M. J. Cumby returned home Wednesday af- Owens, Miss Eunice O. Bloodworth tr visitin? relatives and friends here. ,nd Miss Eunice B. Harris have re- Perry and Willie Wilson passed turned from Nashville, where they through here Saturday on the way to attended the Roger Williams com- the springs; where they will spend mencement. The union picnic which the summer. Mr. A. Cheatham, of ook place at Beckwith was a grand Nashville, spent Saturday night and access. Miss Jennie V. Hughes left Sunday here. Wednesday for ' Franklin. On her , turn she will be the guest of her! WILLIAMSPORT NOTES. ousins, Prof, and Mrs. A. W. Hamp- j The farmers of this place are quite ton, 15C4 Harding street Henry busy making hay. Mrs. H. L. Hudson londs has retired from Crowder made a flying trip to Mt. Pleasant Bro3.' barber shop, where he has Saturday. Misses Gertrude, Rachel ueea employed for Borne time, and and little May Patsy Russell, of nas opened a fine Palm on South Franklin, Tenn., are visiting their College Btreet. Messrs. Len Helms, grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Dck Muirhead and Mr. Louis Rucks, Russell. Misses Enone L. WainwrJght Have bought the R. W. Settle Livery and Christine Church went to Pleas Stable, and it will be known as the ant Unicn Sunday to attend the fun Helms, Muirhead & Rucks Co. Miss eral of Mr. Thomas Gantt. Mrs. Mary Daisy Petty is able to be up. Mrs. Anna Wright, of Mayfleld Mines, Is jol H. Hughes handsomely enter- visiting her sister, Mrs. II. L. Hudson, tained with a dinner Monday in honor Mr. and Mrs. Alderson White, of of Mr. and Mrs C. H. Helms and Fn.nk'in. spent Sunday and Monday lrs. George Esken, of Fairview. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. San Miss N. E. Davis has returned home, j dy White. Masters Goldem and Jack i'lie many friends of Prof J. R. In- son Russell, of Franklin, spent Sun man are glad to know he Is able to day night wih Master Frank Russell, oe up again. Master Hubert Petty The Williamsport baseball team play las the measles. Rev. J. Pagei of ed the baseball team at Harlin Mines ajview, was here this week on June 7th. The entertainment given business. The Misses Hughes, Jen- by Mr. M. M. Watkins and his board nie and Florence, spent Sunday in Saturday ,rdght was a success. Mrs. ne country. SAVANNAH NOTES. The picnic and concert given, last week under the auspices of the Stew aruessts of Graham Chapel C. M. E. Church were quite a success. A neat sum was realized. Mr. Alma Casey and Miss Mackie Perry -were married laot Wednesday evening, June the 4, at the Mtthodi.it parsonage. Rev. S. L. McGee officiated. Mrs. Mollie Shuli uied lat Saturday afternoon. SIil nad betn ill for some time. Rev. and Mrs. S. L. McGee are the proud pa nuts of a fine boy. Mrs. Lula Liner is reported ill. Mrs. 1'. Wlnuou .spent last Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Snelliug. MbB Eila Ray and Messrs. Simeon Haley una l'ticy Houston, who have been attending school at Lane Cohoge, Jackson, Tenu., returned home lasi Saturday. Miss Allie Ray entertain ed Tuesday night in honor of her Bis ter's return. The guet enjoyed the evening very much in a card game, after which a musical program was rendered. Those who enjoyed Mus nay s hospitality were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Haley, Mrs. F. A. Harbour ana Messrs. Simeon, Haley, James Smith, Tom Catron, Albert Ingram, Grant Williams. A two-course menu was scrvtd. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oakly vint on a fishing trip la.st Saturday. Mr. Troy Broyles and Mr. John Wil uart are 111. MCMINNVILLE NOTES. Rev. J. H. E11U. pastor of Seays Chapel at Nashville, arrived here S.il .n. ay, accompanied by his wife, for the purpose of conducting a series of meetings at Clark's Chapel. He will be agisted by the pastor, Rev. J. II. Couth. Miss Jtssye L. Gwynn, one of the teachers of the City High School, is attending the summer school at the State Normal. Mr. K 13. Durlcy, of Chattanooga, spent a few days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Durley. Mr. Brewin tou and son, of Smithville, were the week-end guest3 of Dr. and Mr. Thompson. Prof. J. E. Wood left Monday for Chattanooga, where he will spend his vacation. Rev. Wm. Hamilton, of Sparta, was the gust of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Burden last week. On Sunday night he delivered an Interesting sermon at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Mr. W. E Rhods, who has been here attending the bod side of his mother, has returned to Chattanooga. Prof. R. L. npent a few days last week in Chattanooga. Mis J. Durley, who has been ill for several weeks, is convalescent. Mrs. Dennis Martin, of South Pittsburg, visited here Sunday. Mrs. Pollie Gwynn, Maggie Hanley, Ella Ieft wich are In disposed: Mr. Roy Gwyni 'r ft 'at week to accept a position in Michigan. Mr. Firman Rivers is nil smiles over the arrival of a new girl nt his home. Sw Mis J-niuc A. Hurley whenn you want the Nashville Globe. MCEWEN NOTES. Thf llilrd nnarterly conference of the White Oak Circuit or the A. M. V Chi-rrh, l?t v. J. M. Ewell," pastor, was quite a success. The baskct-di'i- K. Vann, presiding elder, preached a powerful sermon. Two persons were added to the church. We can say without fear of contradiction that the church at McEwen is in a prosperous condition under the administration of Rev. J. M. Ewell the membership has increased from five members to twelve, The hum of $12.50 was raiBed, which is f-ald to be a financial record breaker for the place. We are glad to 6ay that tne people are becoming more alive toward the church and Sunday school. Children's Day at Pleasant Hill was a great day Every one . . J . 4 ll . 1 . T . not so largely attended, though it was not a failure. Mrs. Katie Ridlev. who has been suffering with her arm, hav ing stuck a needle In it, is some bet ter. Little Reuben Wilson, of 13 KODert Chare r and Miss Bell Lence, or Shady Grove, were the guests of Mrs. H. L. Hudson Sunday for dinner. Sunday evening at a late hour and Mrs. .II. E. Strayhorn served a few of their friends to an ice-course. We are having some cool weather In this part of the country. Little May Patsy Russell was entertained by little Hat tie May Anderson Tuesday. Our vil lage was alive with visitors' Sunday o-i account of Children's Day. Rev. N. Smith at 11 a. m. delivered an able ' ( oi rs" for the occasion, and the little folks were elated over Children's Day. All rendered their parts well, and the program was carried out in great style. Mr'. Wesley Watkins de serves much credit for the success of tin- exercise-. Miss Gertrude Russell was entertained by Mr. Melvin Col lins Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Manm Gantt and children, of this place, and Miss Gertrude Russell were the pleas ant, guest of Mr. and M-rs. Elmore Gantt at dinner. A five-course menn " ns- R'-rved. Mrs. Julia Alderson and daughter, Mrs. Elmore Gantt and lit tle daughter spent Friday in Colum bia. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Watkins and daughters, of Kinderhook, were the welcome guests of Mr. and Mr. M. M. Watkins Sunday for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Alderson, of Snow Creek, .pent from Saturday until Sunday with Mrs. Caroline Hale. If you wish to keep well posted pay up your subscription and read the Nash ville Globe. MADISON STATION NOTES. Mr. Le Oldham, of Edenwold, was shot by Mr. Robert Holder Saturday morning. Rev. U. S. G. Brown was in this town last week painting the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Whitmer Gray. Mrs. Esther Jones and others from Madisonville, Ky., visited her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shoute, Sunday. The Society Lodge No. 1 met In their monthly meeting Saturday night. Mrs. Mary Hatch, of Lebanon, was the guest of Mrs. Evie Bates Saturday night. Mrs. Rachel Lewis. Miss Mallssa Wood, Miss Liz zie Wood, Mr. John Drew, Mr. Char lie Drew nnd Mr. Willie Franklin were the guests of Miss Marcella Bates Sunday night. Mrs. Menday Gray is better. Miss Marie Biddix f.pcnt Sunday night with Miss Viola Reed. Miss Marie Biddix was the guest of Mi-8 Marcella Bates Sunday evening. Mrs. Kate Jones, of Indian apolis, Ind., came Monday evening to vsit her mother and father, Rev. and Mrs. John Franklin. PERRYVILLE NOTES. Sunday-school was largely attended here last Sunday, with several visi tors from Perry County. Mrs. Rebec ca Yarbro went to Decaturville Sat urday to visit her son, Mr. J. F. Yar bro. Mr. Ben Alien left last Wednes day for Tuka, Miss. Miss Clnra Fisher returned to Parsons Friday after spending several dnv with her grandmoth-r. Mrs. B-ll Fisher. Meg (lnmrs Mary Scott and Esterlee Rhodes attended pcrvices at Parsons Sunday. Miss Leeanna Scott returned home S"ndny ni"ht after spending a fort night In Parsons with her brother, Mr. Frank Scott. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Greenwood Park Monday, June 23, 1913. I mH Bloomer Girls vs. N. C. & St. Louis Stars iniiM' Called ni 3sOO I HI. The Greenwood Giants will play the winning team immediately after the first game. MAY POLK. The children will give an exhibition drill of wrapping the May Pole after the base ball game. At Night A To in Thumb Cake Walk. Following the Cake Walk SISTKK MASONS . The world's wonders as fun makers, will take the stae, ill p-jh-j one cf the best castes of the Twentieth Century This is Greenwood's best program and will draw large crowds. Noili Nashville Band will furnish music for the occasion. Admission To The Park 10 Gts. NO EXI KA CHARGES 1'OK TI1KBASE BALL AND MAY POLE At Night lO CIm Admiison to seethe Cake -Vi.i m Sister Masons. White and Mr. and Mrs. R. Stanford were highly entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pettigrew Sunday. Miss Minnie Webb and little Cora Lee Robinson went to Clif ton Thursday to spend a week with Mrs. Alice Churchwell. Mrs. Esther Scott and her children are visiting her sister, Mrs. Annie Pettigrew, at Fisher's Landing, this week. Little Lovie Yarbro, who has been ill several weeks with fever, is much improved. Mrs. Zilee Jennings and little daugh ters, Avery Mae and Georgia B., are spending this week In Lucy and Hen derson, Tenn. We are glad to see Mr. Bruce Scott able to be out again. Mr. Bud Catron, of Linden, was In town Saturday en route to Savannah. Mr. A. W. Yarbrough made his arrival here Wednesday after spending sev eral weeks In Paducah, Ky. Mr. Ike McDonald is ill this week. FARMERS OF DICKSON COUNTY ORGANIZE. Special to the Globe. Dickson, Tenn., June 7. The farm ers of Dickson County met in mass meeting on the above date for the purpose of organizing a Farmers' In stitute and back to the Farm Asso ciation. Rev. Lum Lewis of the 5th District was elected chairman and Vergle Pendergrass, Secretary. To further the plans of the insti tution and to elect delegates to the State Convention of the Farmers, Institute which meets In Nashville, July 30, 1913 was considered. I Just before closing Rev. J. B. Mul ! 11ns was Introduced and briefly out lined the plans of "Back to the Farm j Movement," which was received : with much enthusiasm. I A large number of farmers and citizens enrolled their names as members. A great number is ex pected to attend the call meeting i the third Saturday of this month at ! 2 p. m. A large number of coun i ties are falling in line with the or ganization and are electing delegates to the State Convention. ! MURFREESBORO NOTES. j Rev. J. A. Myer3, pastor of First Baptist Church has returned after I an absence of nearly three weeks. j He went on a visit to his old Ken tucky home and various adjacent ! cities, preaching, singing, reciting j and lecturing. We are glad to wel come him back. The funeral serv ices of Mrs. Fannie Baskett were conducted at the grave-side at Ee nevolent Cemetery by Rev. J. A. Myers. It was a very sad service. The big rally that has been planned for Keys Memorial will come off Sunday, June 15th. The 30 clubs will all come together. A large at tendance is anticipated. Services will be conducted upstairs for tha first time since it has been ren ovated. The work will be about complete; it is looking most beauti ful on the inside and the pastor and members and friends have worked faithful for this end. The First Bap- 3 1 e j si m ON EASY PAY HI EXTS We have the splendid home of Mr. Thos. Remy.on the the southwest corner of Scoval Street and Seventeenth Avenue, North, near Fisk University, 7 rooms and a very fine lot. Price S.'IOOO. Small cash payment. Bal ance monthly. Might take a vacant lot or a small cot tage as part pay. Don't delay this opportunity to get a nice home in the choicest location in the city. .Davis-Gockrill-Finncgan Co., M HOG Third Avenue, Norlh. The Southern Insurance Company INDUSTRIAL OFFICE 82-84 The Arcade IL W. MJMIAM, Siineriiiteinlcnf. Phone Main 2799 fo) tist Church will baptize on th iik Sunday, the 29th inst. It is x pected that all the candidates will ready. Mrs. L M. Thompson an 4 Dr. J. W. Whitleld have set up a K. of P. Lodge and Court of Calantka at Emory. The Cansler Lodge aid Court are hustling at Murfreesbor. The membership of the Lodge is 71. They are striving to reach the oae hundredth mark by the Betting tf the Grand Lodge in July. Mies idel la Hatton who has spent several months in Cincinnati has returned home. Mrs. Irene Hall of Nashville is in the city the guest of her motk er, Mrs. Bettie Brown. Mrs. Lena McGuire of Nashville is here the guest of her mother, Mrs. Eliza Jackson. Miss Ida Jennings wkt has been very ill is better at this writing. DYERSBURG NOTES. Mrs. Mattle Adams of CovingUa was a welcomed visitor to our oltr Sunday. Mrs. W. M. Womack and children, Lillian and Milton left for Jackson, Tenn., Saturday. The chil dren will spend the summer. Messrs. Will Flowers, Fentress Dyson, Earl Williams, Alex Connell and Tim Enochs, Jr., left for Chicago, 111., last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Shack Oldham have moved into their lew bungalow on Sampson avenue, lire. Beulah Simpson and daughter. Ha Tee left for Austwell, Tex., May 21, 1913 to join their husband and fatk er, iMr. Prince Simpson. The clos ing exercises at Bruce High Schoel Monday and Tuesday nights were grand and proved to be a success. Mrs. Peter Connell has returned from Humlboldt, Tenn. Mr. Sevier Connell left Saturday night for Chi cago, 111. Sacred concert at Worn ack's Temple June 23rd. Prof. J. W. Pitner is traveling with a stere optlcon Show in the interest of Parkdale Industrial High School Parkdale, Arkansas. Dr. J. H. Con nell of Covington was in town last week on business. Prof. Morrlso Is convalescing. Keeping in touch with the doings of the Negro by read ing the Globe? JASPER NOTES. The entertainment given by Mrs. Lillie Robinson at the Masonic Hall was a success. Pikeville and Jas per crossed bats and played (2) tw games 17 to 2 in favor of Jasper. Mrs. John Pryor and Bister, Miss Enir ma Reed were the guests of Mrs. Vf. P. Pope Saturday. Mr. S. F. 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