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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1913.
Tille Saturday. Mrs. Tennle Bu ford met with the Calanthes at Lynn- ville Saturday which meeting was "I I lettsvllle. All reported a nice time , Mr. Jim Jones, of Indianapolis, Ind., Mr. Ira Kelly Buford and Mr. Robert vllle Is here for a few days visiting and Miss Clara Harmon returned to Alsup of Roger Williams University I relatives. He filled the pulpit Sun-; their home in Paducah laBt Tuesday, spent a few days with Ira's parents day morning at the Mt. ZIon Eap- - and both left for Chicago for the tist Church. Mr3, Julia Il-ndersoa j MADISON STATION NOTES, vacation months. Mr. Alsup was ( and little daughter, Juliette of Chi-1 Quite a number left this place Sun- formerly a Nashville boy but his pa- cago, ill., arrived Saturday ana wiu day to attend the grand rally at Good rents moved to Chicago a few years , spend the-summer visiting her moth-1 ago. Mr. Ed. Buford was at JLynn- er ana ner many inenas. miss Jen ;nle Durley is spending a few days is visiting here. Mr. v. Gray and ' in the country visiting her relatives daughter, Miss Sallie L. Gray, spent and shauing glad hands with her Saturday In Nashville. Mrs. Monday : many friends. An educational rally i was given Sunday at the Mt. ZIon . 1 Baptist Church in the interest of i j Roger Williams University. Mr. and j Mrs. Earnest Burden spent Sunday : in the country. Mrs. Ella Leftrict i to olilfi ir Via Aiit QO-oin off dt CDVOfQl ' I weeks of illness. 9 ' i : m i LEXINGTON NOTES. i j iMrs. Emily Standford is able to be up again alter a long niness. nev. Wm. Collier of Memphis and mis sionary of West Tennessee Baptist Association preached a noble sermon at the Second Baptist Church of which Rev. D. W. Marks of Jackson t Is pastor. Mr. Frazier Howard Is , very ill at this writing. Rev. S. M. J Utley presiding elder of the M. E. j Church preached a soul-stirring ser-, i mon at the M. E. Church last Tues-, day night. Nearly all present seemed R. W. ALLEN. the last to be held before the Grand Session. In speaking of the Grand ; session there naturally comes to our 1 m'nds the Grand Session of task t near so closely followed by the death ' of the lamented Dr. R. F. Boyd and it i seems that we Calanthians and Knights must live it all over again, not withstanding we say Peace to ' his ashes and the will ot Goa 'be done. ! Dr. C. 0. Hunter of Columbia spoke ' to the Court at Lynnville Saturday. I Mrs. Lucy Martin and son Ira Leo- j nard visited Mrs. Martin's parents : Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Martin and son, Theodore and Miss Ella Holt visited their mother, Mrs. j Amanda Martin of Wales recently. Mr. Ed Buford visited the family of j Mrs. Fields Taylor at Odd Fellows , Hall Sunday. Mrs. Rosabel Fergu-j son of Birmingham, Ala., is visiting ; her mother, Mrs. Rhoda Martin at Odd Fellows' Hall. 'Mr. and Mrs., Fields Taylor, Jr., has moved to Water Valley. This vicinity is much need of rain. McMINNVILLE NOTES. : Ik C. II. CUSPER in y W. II. ALLISON. Gray was able to be out at church Sunday. Miss Viola Revd, Miss Mar cella Bates and Mr. Sam Roberson spent quite a pleasant trip Sunday vis iting Goodltttsville, and then went from there to Hendersonville as th? guest of Miss Reed and Miss Willie Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Katy Jones, of Indianapolis, Ind., spent Friday in Nashville. Misses Viola Reed, Laura Reed, Malissa Woods, Lizzie Woods, Mrs. Rachel Lewis, little Miss Jennie Bell Blakemore, Mr. Will Shle, of Edenwold; Mr. John Dew, Mr. Char lie Drew, Mr. Charlie Bell, Mr. Sam Roberson and Mr. Jim White were the merry guests of Miss Marcella Bates and Mr. Lee Bates Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lofton Reed and daughter, Miss Viola Reed, spont Saturday afternoon in Nashville. Miss Marie Biddix spent Monday in Nashville. beautifully decorated for the occasion. On the center was a battenberg piece on which stood the bride's cake. Din r.tr was served in eight courses. Each guest was presented with a Japanese !:andkerchlef as a souvenir. Those present were Miss Laura Cantrell, of Goodlettsville, sister of the groom; .Mrs. Nathan Cantrell, Mr. and Mrs. Chappelle, Miss Martha Wilson, little Lester Cantrell, Mesdanies Joe Utley, Ed. Bosley ar.d Tom Cantrell. .. SHELBYVILLE NOTES. Mrs. Sallie Wiggins entertained at dinner on Satuulay evening Mr. Er nest Goodwin, of Philadelphia, Tenn., and Miss Eva Gill, of Shelby vllle. Rev. Gooch went to Nashville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dixon en tertained in honor of Mr. Goodwin Tecs-day evening. Those present were the honorce, Rev. and Mrs. Car tor, Misses Eva Gill md Ida Cannon and Mr. Earlv Stewart. After spend ing many pleasant hours n Shelby ville with relatives and Iriends Mr. v, codwin ieft for hs home in Phila delphia, by way of Kuoxvillo, Chat-! tr.nooga and Cincinnati. Mrs. Lula J Smith and Miss Eva Gl'l nccompanied ' him to Wartrace. A very sad death j occurred in our commun.ty Thursday; evening. Mr. Dow Tillman, the brot!:-i er of Rev. Lewis Tillman, lie worked! all (lay and ate a hearty supper and lit. 12-.;!1 o'clock lie had passed into! the great beyon:'. He leaves a wife, a brother and two small children to to mourn his loss. The funeral was ; conducted by Rev. T. J. Story at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Burial at' Yt. Ararat Cemetery. Rev. G. R. Normnn addressed the Woman's II. M Society at Scott Chapel M. E. Church. Misses Beatrice Brown and F it '.''" ' ' '. ' ' i . : - , i A y . : I ' . ,tv-. , ; v v jj OUIG TLs Elxi tl Korsc Sliocra 419 Fourth Ave., n AMimtirr mug. Slriclly I'rivnlc Mrs. Susie L. Carter Phone Main 3914. 1608 Thompson St. North Naialivillr. G. W. WILLIAMS. ROBERTSON-SETTLES. to be filled with the Holy Ghost The , The marriage of Miss Sallie Settles collection was fine. There will be ( and Mr. Samuel Robertson was beau several people from here going to i tifully solemnized at 8:30 o'clock Weo- Mrs. J. E. Wood is having quite a ' Milan. Jackson. Greenfield and other , nesday evening, June 25, at the home success with the raising of the little j places to enjoy the 4th of July. The of the bride's sister, Mrs. Martha Mc ones in her home. The picnic giv-1 teachers country institute Is in ses-1 ; ' A. M. E. Church of which Rev. Beas- ,have a large number of teachers pres ley is pastor proved to be quite a ent. .Mrs. Martha Williams was ill I success. Rev. E. B. Looper oi Nasn- last week. Mrs. Sallie Robinson OUT THIRTY DA YS-THIRD EDITION ORDERED The Great Narrative oi the Year. 99 BY A NEGRO PIONEER. In these chapters (as told by himself) is the story of a young sleep ing car porter who was discontented; that is, he possessed energ) a desire to become more than just "Gerge." To have a part in American picgress or to be "a cog in the wheel" was the big idea. "Go West young man and grow up with the country was the final ultimatum." What followed this advent makes up a story-of unusual interest. A thrilling tale of Homestead development and town building, with a strong human interest and a strange outcome of a love affair. It is truly a story of Conquest. DES MOINES REGISTER AND LEADER An unpretentious narra tive and should prove an inspiration to young men both black and white. WESTWERN LABORER:--A Revelation" LINCOLN DAILY STAR - "A big Story of Northwest development and love." SIOUX CITY TRIBUNE "Does not bore you with so much rot about race abuse and "Negro Problem" but is the problem of each and every individual." Cloth, 311 pages, sixteen full page illustrations. On sale at all book stores or from the publishers. Si I. r0 Postpaid. "That human interest," is what makes "best sellers" and that is why the "Conquest," out now only thirty days is in the Second Edition. The hu man interest all the way through this unpretentious narrative holds the reader's attention, until the last page is turned. Write today fer the Agracy ia your community and find out our easy plan for sacurinf as many as fifty books, with thirty days to pay for them. Liberal CoiiiiiiiMNioii. The Woodruff Press, Lincoln, Neb. E. ALSTON. Irene Blay were the guests of Miss pretty daughter, Miss Mary; Mrs. B. Morris, Mrs. J. J. McElroy, Miss Daisy Gilliam and Mr. Edward Thorn ton, of Little Rock. Ark., were chap eroned up Battle Creek by Mrs. J. D. Martin. Having greatly enjoyed their outing, they returned by twilight with a string of fish evidence of success. i lie concert last Saturday night and the lawn fete on the campus of the M. E. Church were successful. The stork has visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith a girl. Mrs. Jarrett .1. Cummings is able 10 be up again after several days' illness. Miss L. C. Williams and Miss Willie Bridges, of Chattanooga, were guests of Miss Janie A. Lightfoot through Sunday. Miss Williams is a teacher in the West Main street school In Chattanooga, and Miss Bridges is her, niece. Mr. A. Tucker and family have moved to Chattanooga. Mrs. Grant MicGowan is seriously ill at her home on East Third street. Mrs. Agnes Jolly is able to be out again. Mr. Cleo Oliver, whose arm was painfully burned at one of the foundries some days ago, Is suffering greatly at this writing. It is hoped that the wound is not serious, and that he will be able to be up again soon. Mrs. Chas. II. Lightfoot is convalescent. The sacred concert, "Ruth of Moab," will be played, here to-night (Monday) in pantomime. Miss M. L. Cain, assisted by Mrs. H. A. Morris, is the pro moter. Principal characters as rep resented: Ruth Mrs. Ella Hyatt; Irpah Mrs. Savannah Cargyle; Nao mi Mrs. J. M. Hawkins; Elimelech Mr. S. Robinson; the two sons Mr. Fred Greer and Mr. Wood; Boaz Mr. Buford Martin; kinsman Mr. Wrr Thornton; Miss Gladys Robin son, organist. Mr. Robert Elliott spent a day here recently. Rev. B. Unite With the Mosaic Templars or AMERICA Now Thirty Years Old Life insurance has become an economic necessity. You can se cure insurance to the amount of $300.00 in the National Order of Mosiac Templars for the small sum of f 4.00 per year. The ?-r7VfM immediately nuid In full are: i 100.00 for the first year; 5200.00 for the second; S300.00 thereafter. Burial Department. S50 00 ii immed iately paid to a subordinate lodgeto bury a deceased member. No other order doea so much for its members. Sick Benefits. A liberal allowance made for sick dues. The Record in Fiyuren Endowment Surplus 1910 . . . S 18.440 59 Endowment Surplus 1911 .... 30 068 99 Endowment Surplus 1912 ....51,678.96 Special Iadacemaiit If ya ksae menfeer nader nr ecial dispeaaatioa. Why aot joia bow? S'm D. A. HAKT, M. M. 7 Foarth A... NaakTill.. Taaa. CHARLES, STRINGER. ISAItttEK SHOP c;oon wohk 417 Fourth Avenue, Northr ARTHUR HAZEN. Whirter, 1009 Stevens street, in the presence of a large number of rela tives und friends. Rev. W. H. Porter, pastor Bethel A. M. E1. Church, offi ciated. Mrs. Maggie Hargrave Chri;;-topht-r presided at the piano and ren dered the artistic wedding march as the bride entered the room with her brother, Mr. Jolt Settles, wno then gave hi-r away in marriage. The bride wore a lovely costume of white embroidered nt-t, . lace trimmed over white satin; her veil was caught with orange blossoms. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the the dining-room. The table was beau tifully decorated with a handsome bat tenberg piece and a bowl filled with garden llowcrs and asparagus ferns. About ninety guests enjoyed the charming hospitality. A large num ber of handsome gifts were received. Eileen Lacy Thursday. Rev. G. R. Norman filled the pulpit, at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church Sunday after noon. Rev; and Mrs. Carter were the guests of Mrs. Ruth Saunders Sunday. Mrs. Emfna Jones was the guest of Mrs. G. W. Davidson Sunday. Mrs. W. M. Key, Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Campbell and Mr. Lee Trails, Sr., at tended Mt. Zion Sunday afternoon. Mr. Robert Crowell, of I'oppins Cross Roads, and Miss Annie Lee Thomp son attended services at the M. E. Church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Kelso, of Flat Creek, were the guests of their sister, Mrs. Z. W. Da vis. Mrs. Cleveland Cowan, Misses Nellie Burkeen, Joanna McAdams an 1 Miss Eugenia Scott, of Houston, Tex., were the guests of Miss Elaine Nixon. Mr. Joe Thompson was the guest of Miss Grade Gill at the beautilul home of his father o;i Unionville pike. Mr. Walter Maderias, a colored livery man, was very had y cut while out calling. Miss Eliza Blakemore. on North Main street, is ill at this writ ing. Misses Joanna McAdams and Missnie L. Deane were at services at the M. E. Church Sunday morning and Miss Eliza Ryalls also. Misses In - : . r LUTHER CUMMINGS. see: CANTR ELL-MITCH ELL. Mr. Horace cantrell and Miss Mar tha Mitchell were quietly married Sunday by Rev. Kelso in the presence of a few friends and relatives. The bride was attired in a white tulle over satin and carried brides roses. Mrs. Nathan Cantrell, the bridesmaid, wore Valencienne lace over pink satin. Little Lester Cantrell, v daughter of Mrs. Cantrell, was (lower tjirl. The home was beautifully decorated In potted flowers and ferns. After the ceremony the guests retired to the dining-room, where the table was W. II. IIORTON. A. Morris has returned from Nashville after a few davs' visit tnere. Mrs Lucius Cox, on the West Side, enter tained the Baptist Women's Auxil iary last Monday afternoon. A very interesting lesson was taught by Mrs. Mary Douglass. Little Miss Lucy Green, of Lynchburg, is the guest of Miss Eula Martin. Mrs. George Gaines and Miss Vinnie Smith con ducted the Children's Day program at - p. in. Sunday with great credit. Figures of the rally at the M. E. ; Church will be given out next week. Mrs. B. A. Morris won the grand prize in the recent contest at Trof. F. C. Green's store. Rally day was, also observed at Mt. Bethlehem Bap-( ifst Church last Sunday. Amount' collected will be given next week. Mrs. Eva Wood, of near McMinnville, J was .summoned to the bedside of her; sick sister, Mrs. Jennie Seay, one I day last week. Mrs. Bettie j and her husband from Chattanooga,! were also called and came. Mrs. .Jennie Seay. daughter of Mr. and! Mrs. Matt Sutherland, after a brief illness, breathed her last about ten! o'clock Sunday night. CANDIDATE FOR Commissioner of Revenue and Finance Lyle Andrews I invite an investigation of my record as a mem ber of the City Council on all Labor Legislation. I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Influence. BUY THE B. & L. SHOE Thee are the best for the mtney. Everybody wears them Evero Pair yimrnnned. Cornet SAM COM ION. 447 N. C.lli Sl. Cru.r .1 ':ZZ NELSON mm COLLEGE The School for your boy and your girl. Full Courses ot Study. Session of line months. Mtst healthful situa tion in the State. Campus cxcells for beauty. Com p c t e n t teachers with consecrated hearts. Terms reasonable. For catalogie or further information, Call or write C, L. Mc Allister AJL, Pres., Jefferson City, Tenn. .:. ; ..c-.-rx": . -. ..... : . yl . f ., ' . .VI DR. LIGHT. Susie ,M. Flax and Annie Massey were the cjie.M.s oi Mhs Loria Myers at her l:eautilul country home Miss Susie Murray spent Sunday with Miss Lillian ;'anoiron. Mrs. S. L Flax is a regular Sunday-school schol ar. The hras:, hand leaved lor tin; picnic out at Mullim," t'hapid Satur day. Dr. J. A. Jones left for Chatta noo?;a Saturday. Mr. Ivlward Flax was on the sick list, last week. Mrs. Kate Dean and Miss S. L. ltrown were the quests of Hev. and Mrs. Norman Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Uu I'us Tlioinp'.-on and Mary Streeter were out Sunday inornini;. GOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES. Rev. J. A. Myers, of Murfreeshoro, highly entertained a creditable house of both races nt Wilson Theatre Mon day night, the lllth. Mrs. Myers was the pianist. Rev. Mr. Myers and wife were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. R A. Morris during their phort stay. A fishing party composed of the fol lowing: Dist. Supt. L II. Forrest, Rev. G. W. and Mrs. Cain and their '' ' ''-V V' " J ,: ' f "... 4 - - : ., . If-' ' - - j . ... . -4 . y. ...... t ... . r V V The National Life and Acci dent Insurance C-. Naibvillai, Trui:, Cask CunU.i :;;:j,eivo.od Ijfe, UmIiI) aad .'.riiaUat I aura ore in na Io1it Weekly bim! MoiW'.Jv Preiu V- 11 AVIS Cth Syrnp, CuU Tnldrls, Livvr Caf nl. Maitt tla tfcc work r noin I raa,liville llrutf t o. Ft l)elirry Mail I2tft mill Jrf(erjMai A. S. I'YLKS. EDENWOLD NOTES. Mr. George Ctiimirghara and I'r. F'.ix Hall, of this phie, are botl. very 111. Little Fadie Oldham ia ft littlo indisposed at this writing. Th siork has made another visit to thla place and left to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Starks a fine girl. Since there haa been no rain here for some, weekly gardens are almost ruined. ,