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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1913. 8 ii 3: 0 0 Tohm Notes. SAVANNAH NOTES. Rev. D. T. Burch, P. E., of the M. E. Church of this place held his quarterly conference last week. The grim monster death claimed Mrs. Sallie J I arbor as one of his victims last week. Mrs. Harbor has been ill for sometime and was not ex pected to live, yet it was sad and beart-breaking to give her up; she leaves a husband, a little seven month's old baby, four sisters, three brothers and a host of friends to mourn her loss. We extend to them our sympathies in this their hour of bereavement The County Institute has been In session for the past week. Mr. Martin and Mr. A. White are here. Mrs. Katie Haley has gone to Birmingham to visit her sister, who is ill. Mrs. Bessie Powell of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Minnie Daniels and Mrs. Missouri Coleman of Jack son, Tenn., are here visiting rela tives and friends. Quite a number of Savannah people went to Saltillo last Sunday to attend the Sir Knights and Daughters' annual sermon. All report a pleasant time. Mr. C. W. Haley entertained in honor of the Institute body last Friday evening. Music and dancing were the features of the evening. Mr. Willis Oakly has gone to Rock Island, Ga., to see his uncle who is reported very sick. - Mable and Lillian M. Jones, who have spent the past two weeks at the residence of their aunt, Mrs. Rachel teuton, left for Saltillo Sat urday morning where they 'will spend a few days before returning to their home at Clifton, Tenn. The entertainment given by Mrs. C. W. Haley and Lee S. Benton on the evening of July 4th in honor of the teachers was highly appreciated by all who attended. leaves a bereaved mother, three sisters, four brothers, other rela tives and a host of friends to mourn his loss. 1 EDENWOLD NOTES. Services were held at Dry Creek Chapel last Sunday; Rev. J. Q. John son preached Sunday night. Mr. George Cunningham who has been ill for some months died last Sun day; his funeral was preached by Rev. Vertrees of Gallatin; his re mains were buried in Dry Creek Cemetery. Miss Burrus and Mrs. Watson of Nashville visited Mrs. Mary Joyner last Sunday. MANCHESTER NOTES. A delightful dinner given at the home of Miss Roena Brewer Sunday evening was enjoyed by a number of friends: Rev. J. S. Nance. Miss Jane Ramsey, Miss Mollie Von way, Mr. Mack Ramsey, Miss Leona Northcutt, Miss Dora Wooten, Miss Louise and Jesselee Vannoy. The town was struck with grief on learn ing of the departure of Mr. Samuel Elliott from this life Friday morning at 1 o'clock. Samuel was adopted to his auntie at the age of one year and six months. She was the moth er of the boy until the age of 20 years when he died. They gave him a beautiful burial and his many friends were noted by the pre sentation of beautiful flowers. He LINDEN NOTES. Mr. Tom Catron left with his ball club for Waynesboro for a series of three games June 20th and 2st. Only two games were played, Linden win ning both, scores, 11 to 7 and 7 to 3. The boys reported a grand time and expect the Waynesboro boys here July 11th and 12th. A most beautiful lawn party was given at the home of. .Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Catron last Friday evening in honor of the Lin den ball club. The yard was beau tifully lighted and every one enjoyd a pleasant evening. Mr. G. T. Thom as has returned from Maury Coun ty. Miss Viola Webber of Galves ton, Texas, Miss Beatrice Lee of Houston, Texas arrived here Friday to spend the summer. The sacred concert given by Ressley Thomas last Sunday night in the A. M. E. Church was well attended and the amount realized was $6.25 and all enjoyed the music and songs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Odie are all smiles over the arrival of a baby girl. Mrs. G. T. Thomas and little girl spent a pleasant evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Catron. I UULcodY NUTE5. I Tf ra T W TntiVlna nn1 1 i f f 1 - a rT J. W., Jr., and heice are here from St. Louis to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Sam Qullus with is over-joyed with their visit. Miss Mary L. Qullus who has been ill for the past two weeks is still quite j sick. iMrs. James Hays is con vales-' cent. The farmers have been blest with rain and their crops are doing well. CLIFTON NOTES. Sunday was. a high day here many persons left here for Saltillo to hear an annual sermon preached by Bro. Isham for the Knights of Tabor. Rev. Dowell left for Waynesboro to OUT THIRTY DA YS-THIRD EDITION ORDERED The Great Narrative o! the Year. "The Coswpie!.99 BY A NEGRO PIONEER. In these chapters (as told by himself) is the story of a young slee p ing car porter who was discontented; that is, he possessed energj a desire to become more than just "George." To have a part in American progress 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 LAB0RER:-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 ol each and every individual." Cloth, 311 passes, sixteen full page illustrations. On sale at al! Look stores orfroni the publishers, t I .rt Postpaid. "That human interest," is what ir.akcs "1 est sellers" ai.d that h, why the "Conquest." cut now only thirty days is in the Second Lt'ltien. The hu man intercut all the way tliroi.Sh this unpretentious narrative Lchls the reader' attention, kkuI the last pre is turned. Write today frr lh A rncy in yi nr romif.initT an d find ;;! our r.sy plan fr srBrInj as many as iiity IiouI.a, with thirty days lo pay (r firm. do fiome work for the Presiding Elder, Rev. Utley. Rev. A. T. Cooper was In the Bend to his regular ap pointment Rev. Wormeybody ar rived here Saturday night Rev. W. J. George left with a crowd to Far sons to preach the annual sermon of the U. B. F. and S. M. T.'s. Mrs. Beatrice Mitchell has gone to Flat woods, her husband having gone over there to attend a crop. They contemplate coming back home when crops are laid toy. Mrs. Sal lie Roberson spends the nights with Mrs. Bettie Spears since Beatrice has been gone. iMackey and Mable Jones who have been visiting Sa vannah for two weeks arrived home to day and reported a big time. Mrs. W. A. Jackson will soon begin teach ing again. Rev. Dowell and wife expect to teach the school here.. TULLAHOMA NOTES. The Fourth of July was a great day with our people. A big picnic was given by the Methodists and Baptists. It was quite a success. The brass band, of McMinnville, under the leadership of Prof. Hill, came down and rendered some good music. They brought with them quite a crowd. By the request of Rev. N. B. Morton a big crowd came up from Haley Station to visit this picnic. The Haley base ball boys played our boys a nice game of ball, beating them 16 to 2. Stand Jenkins, the captain of the home team, needs to put a little more ginger into our boys and they will put up a better game. The ML Zion Sunday-School, under the leader ship of Wm. Jenkins, is coming to the front. Mr. Frank Ramsey, the old re liable tailor of Lynchburg, and wife were among the visitors on the Fourth. Mr. Jerry Scott has returned to his home on Candy Row, where he will probably spend the winter. Miss Fan nie Tolly, of Nashville, spent last week as the guest of the Misses Clen denens on Jackson street. Mrs. Em merline Brown is much improved at this writing. Mrs. J. If. Holman and children are spending a few weeks in Mulberry. Mrs. John Moore is spending this week in Chattanooga. Rev. J. II. Hillinan, P. M.J was in our, town last Monday driving stakes for the Elk River Association in August. Rev. T. Y. Moore, of the Knoxvilh? District, preached an able sermon to a crowded house last Sunday night at the A. M. E. church. Mr. Wm. Hollo way went to Christiana last1 Monday to install a handsome soda fountain for a firm at that place. Mrs. Myrtle Triggs has returned from Win chester. Rev. Scott, the popular pas tor of the M. E. church, is spending his 30 days' vacation In Cookville. Rev. Wm. Jenkins and Rev. N. B. Morton are soon to pull off a grand church picnic at Estill Springs. Mrs. Euna Sears, of Nashville, is spending the week with her uncles, Messrs. Peter and Matt Sutton. R. C. Cober and wife, of Chattanooga, are the guests of Mrs. Harriet Whittaker tjis week. Mr. Dan Hale, of Nashville, was shaking .hands with his many. friends on our street last Saturday. Read the Globe and keep up like Wm. H. Mr. Bedney Ryle died on last Sunday evening at 8:30 at his home on South Jackson street. Mr. Ryle professed a hope in Christ a few weeks ago and was baptized by Rev. N. B. Morton and united with the A. M .E. church. Mr. Ryles leaves a wife and four children, three hoys and a girl, a mother and three broth er. He was a Sir Knight of the K of P. Lodge at this place. His body was laid to rest at the home cemetery near Shelbyvillc, by the K. of P. Lodge at this place. 1 Scihoe sure o Do BOYS, GET BUSY' Make Money While You Have the Time you remember how cold it was last winter? You will need a new suit next fall. Don't wait for papa to buy them. Make the money and do it yourself. The Offers OPPORTUNITY for eiery boy to hue H31ET, and then emember the $100 Prize v. You Have a Chance to Win That, Too. Call at the GLOBE OFFICE 447 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH MCMINNVILLE NOTES. Mrs. Thompson is visiting her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Brewington, ;n Smithville this week. Mr. Tom Snell ing and wife were seen here this week !. i . ... t 1 . . v. . i . ,, : ......... t SIlllKUlg I1UIUIS Willi Lin: 1 1 iiuinj u i friends. Mr. George Ferrel, formerly of this place, who holds a position in Chicago, 111., spent a few days ft. neie viMiuia ms iziuimi. iu i . uti'u 53 Anderson has returned after a two i mi weeks' visit to Nashville. Miss Jcs fcjjsie Gwynn, who lias been attending nccompanicd by her sister, Mrs. Mai :X ' f nmmii.n-c u-'in will v:mnr1 li fow , v uini.n '!(,., t ii ..... . a.v , . v. horn, while on his way from St Louis, Mo., back to Milan, stopped over Sunday and was the guest of Mrs. Bertha Taylor. Mr. Elvis Horn beak returned from Cairo, 111., Thurs day one week ago. The following are on the sick list: Rev. F. E. Young and Mr. Arch Watt' Mrs. Florence White, of Lexington, is the guest of Mrs. Sallic Estis and Mrs. Mattie Black. Mr. Edgar Alexander and wife went to Fulton, Ky., Sunday. Mrs. Nina Gammons, of Jackson, visited her mother, Mrs. Emma Coley, and family davs with her relatives. The Enworth y League is prognosis under the lender- Sunday. Mrs. Emily Ward anil iitue yi -'nil) of Miss Ellen Gwynn and Miss I Finis Malone returned from Mansfield .i Ksth r, Durley. Quite an interesting ! Sunday. Mis.-cs Lena Edwards and n- i,ro;;r;.m was rendered at llie last 1 ivari icu rcturneu sunuay auernouu of the following; from a pleasure trip to Fulton and Mr. Buford joined the Son of Ham Lodge No. 1 at Dry Creek Saturday night. Mr. and' Mrs. James Jones, who have been visiting Mrs. Jones' mother and father, and Mr. and Mr3. John Franklin, returned to their home in Indianapolis, Ind., Sunday morn ing. Quite a number left this place to attend the funeral of Mr. George Cunningham at Edenwold Monday at 2 o'clock, Mr. Lofton Reed is very ill at this writing. Mr. George Cun ningham was laid to rest at Dry Creek Cemetery. There was a grand party giwn Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Shute by their daughters, Misses Mary Sliute and Viola Blakemore, in honor of! their eou:ins, Mr. and Mrs. .Toiifs, of i consist in ; ..in ih,.v.- Tin.. i- hv Mi Kilen c.wvnn Martin. Mrs. Gracie Smith ami Miss Indianapolis, Ind. The music was H-nnd Mi.-s Addie Howell; recitation by ! Lilla Haynes, of Martin, were the i furnished by Mr. Oliver Bates and j C; Mi- Fear! Woodier; debate "Which j nnsts of their cou-in, Mrs. Ella Como, ; Mr. Willie Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. i Is :iif' U-( Ull to a 1 oor .Man, a : .unuay. .wis. iume viihluii, ul jones oi jinuaiuipuns, inn., aim mi.) iloi-i.- or a Cow?" Mrs. .1. A. l!i asrj. ! Martin, way the guest of her sister, and .Mi's. Willie - Franklin, of this! of Na.-hville, here visiting her pa-'. Mrs. BirdR- Wajt, Sunday, ltemem-; place spent Saturday night in Xash r, iN Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Durley. . ber that the members and friends of 'ville. Mi-s Marie Biddlx, Miss Mary . li--.Virginia Durley spent the. week-' Edniojid's Chapil C. M. 10. Church, Slmte, Miss UcsMe Shute, little Miss ( iM in Tullahona vis-Hi wr her r la-, under the leadership of their pastor, Kuth Shute, Miss Malissa Y ood, .Mrs ev. and Mis. X. 15. Morion.: ucv. i . .v. iTai;;, aie pianums lo iuivv. Lilicnil C i iixu ion. i : ( .- i !' ' Ka-hel Lewis, Mr. Ewing Jones and IMdoea Moore, of Murfreos-! one of the grandest picnics of the 'i. tin r- were the merry guests of Miss lie ! he woodrurr rress, Lincoln, Neb. f! N, i- here vis-Wing Iht parents, Mr. Mi. Edd Faulkner. Mrs. Ito- i Tate i i--iliii',' !eT M.-ti r Mlk- this week, Mrs. :, ! Maveell.i Hat' s Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bettie FalU was the guest of In r daughter, Mrs. Josie Benton. Miss Public peak- Minnie Lee Dower is very ill at this and other on-! writ ing. Mr-, Ceniie Banks was the tit-on on the Church Park, July 19. !1 the neighboring towns are cov in dially invited as well as the sister IS. . churches of our town. : lie-;, ball iraiiies, races i joy men t--; be.-.t of all the Silvcrine ' guest of Mrs. Evie Pates Sunday. Mr. : mass kind, of Obion, will furnish and Mrs. Gordi and Will Hollin Harvey Gregory and ! iiiumc for the occasion. Everybody wi re the merry iiursts of Mr. and sta returned from invited. Come and enjoy yourself. ' Mrs. Lee Bates last week. Mr. ; lu-rc wa a grand family reunion ; Girdy Banks wa tin- guot of Mr. and ;iven at the residence of Mr. Ellis Al- Mrs. Oliver Banks Sunday, en, Sr., about two miles north of I Quite a number of his rela GREENFIELD NOTES Mr. and Mrs. d.cii.-liU-r, Tilli M Ma.)hi Monday afternoon, where tin y l.ad spent a few very pleasant dav- vi.v.tine; kindred and friends Mi s Fi'iience Williams left for Cairo, ; rown. TJirr:; 111., Thursday. She will likely spend j'ives and friend were present. Sev Vi-lMiiiri'iiiln I r " Vrrai days with kindred and friends. Mrs. P. rtiia Taylor and Prof. M. A. Dobbs n turned from Martin Friday, MT. JULIET NOTES. ral courses were plentifully served. Rev. 1). F. Estis and Prof. M. A. Dobbs left for Nashville Monday as K.nland. Mrs. Townsend, of Chicago, is vis um her motner, Mrs. jnancne iic- The picnic on the "Fourth" iLLEOE where they had attended the Weakley j Grand Lodg representatives of I'rovi- j was a prami success. Everybody h County Teachers' Institute, which be RJ T ..... . no...l n-"!..' ....... I.. hi jane ,-,ru. i ins as a wij m- dence Lodge No. 153 K. of P Orion Court No. l?.l, .0 O. C.respec 1 tenstiiiA and profitable meeting; en- tively. Much good news and valua i1 rollment 20. The good people of Mar-ble information they expect to give on The School for your hoy and your girl. Full ('uiirsf-s ol Study. Session of cine months. Most healthful situa tion in the State. Campus excdls for beauty. Cora p e 1 1 n t teachers with consecrated hearts. Terms reasonable. For catalogue or further information, Call or write C. L JIc Allistcr A. II., Pres., Jefferson City, Tenn. tin showed much appreciation to the Institute. The- "Fourth" was quite a big clay here in general. Town was crowded and several amusements were carried on. Splendid balloon ascen sion, ball game, speaking, etc. Our people in "Sago Field" had a very enjoyable affair at the beautiful resi dence of Mr. John G. Williams. Quite a number of Ward's kindred1 and friends spent the day In the bottom, hunting, feasting and fishing. Messrs. John Henry Ttlcker and Elder Watt went to Martin the "Fourth." Mrs. Endora Malone returned Thursday from Rutherford, where 6he had tipent several days. Mr. Joe Stubbs went to Fulton the "Fourth." Mr. Ophel Stray- their return. Mrs. Bessie Dobbs also accompanied them and looked especial, ly after the interest of the Juvenile Department, Golden Link No. C2, L. K. O. MADISON STATION NOTES. Rev. Gilmoro filled his pulpit Sun day. Rev. I. F. Johnson, our presid ing elder, filled the pulpit Sunday night. Dr. Johnson" delivered a strong sermon. The Son of Ham Lodge No. 1 met in their monthly meeting Saturday night and added four new members. The collection was $57. Mr. Buford, secretary of the Masonic Lodge, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bates. an(1 f-eenied to' enjoy themselves. Mrs. Lyerson, of. Hermitage, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Swinger. Mr. and Mrs. Davi3 have boarders in their pleasant home for the summer. Mrs. Swinger and Mrs. Lyerson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Northern Sunday evening. Misses Pearl Davis and Le era Dibbell and Master Northern Dib brell were, the guests of their aunt Friday, Mrs. Swingler. Mr. a"nd Mrs. Arthur Jenkins, of Crittenden Bend, spent the Foutrh In Mt. Juliet. Mrs. Alex Foster and Mrs. Johnnie Foster were out the Fourth. Mrs. Mary Wil liamson was the guest of Miss Mat tie Hawkins Sunday afternoon. Rev; U. S. G. Brown filled the pulpit at 11 o'clock and preached an able sermon. We are having some very warm weather in this section. Read the Globe and keep posted. COLUMBIA NOTES. Mr. Clifford Irvin died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ir vin, on Washington street. He came here from his home in Chicago, sev eral months ago in very poor healtn'. i.e leaves a ,wife, one sister, Mrs. Ella Wells Divis, of Memphis, and two brothers, Mr. J. W. Irvin, of this place, and Prof. W. P. Irvin, of Nash ville. His funeral was attended at the residence, conducted by Rev. Smith, pastor of First Baptist Church. Miss Alberta Cleggett, of Chattanooga, arrived last week and will spend the summer with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cleggett. Rev. Gray, of the Holiness faith, Is conducting a tent meeting on East Kighth street. Mis5f. Myrtle Howard, of Nashville, is visiting here. Dr. T. W. Stevens, of Nashville, came here last Friday to visit his family. Mrs. Stevens is spending a part of the boated season, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed' Martin. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoyden, of Nashville, spent the week-end with Mrs. Hoyden's motliel", Mrs. Ellen Nichol;:cn. Mr. Charles Dillard arrived last week trom Detroit, Mich. He was accom panied by his sister-in-law, Mrs. Por ter Dillard, and baby. Mrs. Blanche Howard Davis, of Nashville, is vis iting here. She is the guest of Mr. and Mr?. Dan Graves, on Seventh street. Mrs. E. L. Peacock has re turned from Shelbyvillc. Mrs. Mat tie Morton Davis, Mrs. Nannie Mor ton Sanders, Miss Pearl Morton and Mr. Loraino Morton, all of St. Louis, were called to the bedside of their sick mother, Mrs. Clara Morton, on Washington street. Mrs. I. K. Ilalfacre visited friends at Parts Sta tion last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson, Mrs. Fanny Blair and Mrs. Maggie E. Drew spent a very pleas ant day last Friday at Carter's Creek with their cousin, Mrs. Charley John son. Mrs. Julia Irvin and little daughter, Beatrice, have returned to their home in Nashville after a stay of several weeks. CLIFTON NOTES. A large crowd from here went to Saltillo Sunday to the annual sermon of the Sir Knights and Daughters and report a fine time. Rev. R. A. Dow ell, pastor of St. James M. E. Church, Is in Mayndara to hold a quarterly meeting for Rev. Dr. S. M. Utley. Dr. Utly held his Third Quarterly on the 1st and 3rd. Mrs. May Knight, of Dickson, is visiting Mrs. Stimes. The Board of Education haB elected Rev. R. A. Down principal of the Clifton School, with Mrs. Dowell his assist ant School will open next Monday.