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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913.
3 Umployoiemt Ageaey When out of employment call at Alt Cedar St. where all classes of service are secured And to get clean, snew white lauadry at reasonable pikes New Majestic Laundry Agency 429 Ctdar bt. M. 21S3 CHAS. COHN A. L. OLDBKHS Coli li and Goldberg Yards Car. Fiftk At, mmi Dtatitrtm 8 ad 169t 12V Fiflk At. S.(k Phone M. 1&8 NaskviAe, Tenn. Louis .Perth BRIDGEPORT (ALA.) NOTES. dered satisfactory to all present On elation of the Missionary Eaptlst Miss Hattie Mai Lewis has been Sunday evening the Y. M. C. A. and church n Hollywood, Ala,, September here visiting her mother and friends ! V. V. C. A. postponed their meeting 4 through trie 7th. The convention for the last week. She will leave for at the public school building to meet an(j association both ere reported a Tullahouia shortly. Miss Lucy Sib-; with the Woman's Missionary Society , great success and harmonious 'ley, of Birmingham, is visiting her . of said Convention. All other mis- throuehrmt the cession. Mrs. Bes- nioiher, Mrs. Win. Hatcher. Miss ' i-iouary societies of other churches of Bje Smith and daughter MUSIC, MELODY 111 THEGRBT Fl Not content with presenting to his patrons the regular streotyped form of; auut and mother, Mrs. Rachel Fox, I val at the C. C. P. Church is getting entertainment, Con T. Kennedy, general director of The Con T. Kennedy Shows, which will provide all of the amusement features for the Tennessee State Fair, September 29 to October 4, has assem bled a musical comedy organization, featuring La Zoria, a premier dancer and entertainer who has scored a marked success in the music halls of London, Pittsburg, was entertained at cards with those who came to witness the Euierline Fox and Miss Janle Town-'the town were invited and the ser- sand, of Gurley, Ala., visited the'r vices were most excellent The revi- last wetk. Born to Mr. and Mrs. P. interesting to both the Christian and J. Thompson ou Monday a fine boy. sinner. Great results are expected to To Mr. and Mrs. James Gilliam a buist forth from same and a fruitful tine girl. To Mrs. Maggie Flipper a harvest reaped. Rev. Win. Fowlkes girl und boy. Rev. Pita?, Talley, tf had the pleasure of uniting in holy Hollywood, spent Monday here, aiso : matrimony at one of his churches Mr. Geo. Middletou, of 'ioUy wood, Sunday evening, Mr. Jim Wllkins and who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Susie '. Mis Thula McKnight. The house Redd. Mrs. Kittie Tumor" of South : was packed to .its utmost capacity Tht)Kii Morse JShoere 419 Fcurlh Ave., N ' DAVIS CeelkSyra, CM TaUete. Liver Cif ! Meat i tko werk mt wwr ie haded Nashville Draft C. Free Delivery Maia 1200 12th and JMmmmmm' The National Life and Acci dent Insurance Co. Nashville, Tean. Cash Capital $200,000.00 Life, Health aid Accident In surance in one Policy Weekly and Monthly Premium m m mil 11 4 Berlin, Paris and St. Petersburg and other European cities. , Manager Kennedy, appreciating the importance of surround'ng th'.s star with a competent supporting company, has spared no pains or expense. The ward robe is lavish and the scenic investiture worthy of Rn organization playing the first-class theaters. Nor has Manager Kennedy overlooked the orchestral re quirements. Mirth, music and melody reign supreme with the La Zoria Show. To provide the electrical effects which add a distinctiveness and charm to this remarkable musical comedy offering a half dozen expert electricians are carried. Spot and flood lights are utilized and novel mechanical effects interwoven, making the La Zoria entertainment at once unique and meritorious. A beauty chorus of twenty comely ladies assist in the performance. The latest song hits are brought out in a striking man ner, and altogether it is a performance which will appeal to folks who enjoy high-class, smart, clean entertainment. by Mrs. Bessie McFarland at the all air. Miss McKnight is a most in home of her mother, Mrs. Lula Hill, fluential Christian worker in the Those present were: Mr. Robert El- said church. Mrs. Henry Cowers hai liott, Mr. Floyd Bonner and Mr. Jesse ! returned from a very pleasant visit Osborn, of South Pittsburg; Mrs. ; to friends in Rialto, Tenn. Mrs. M. Martin and Dr. Astrapp and Mr. Chas. A. Simmons has been seriously Holly Edge, also from South Pitts- j ill, but we are glad to report her burg; Misses Cora and Liilie Branch, j much improved. Miss Vira Daven Misses Sadie and Jessie Mai Sims, port is convalescent Miss Robenia Mr. Sam Barnes and H. R. Sutton. They played games and danced, after which cream and punch were served. Miss Kittie Turner left for Cincinna ti on the N. C. and St L. fast train and Dr. Astrapp left on the Memphis Special west. Miss Jessie Gilbreath will leave for Gurley, Ala., this week. Mr. Andrew Gilbreath is here for a few days with his wife. Dr. J. W. Boyles, of Chattanooga made an in teresting talk for us Sundday while in Bridgeport Mr. Zenea Hill, of FOR SALE CHEAP 1 Piano Richmond Make 1 Sewing Machine 1 While Enameled Combination Safe Mosloy make. Call at Ne. 1508 Harding Street. Solicitors Wanted. Both men and women of good address, good appearances.- For further information write the Jackson, Davis&Co. 716 Hawkins St. Dallas, Texas. TO BE LITTLE WORLD'S FAIR TAKE KUHN'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY SO I'KM'H I'KII IJO'I TI.H (QariDtaad DAVE J. KUHN. Cedar sal 11th Avunua., N.rlh. OH. C. V. ROMAN, SPBClAUiT IN Em, Ear, Nose and Threat Diaeowee te a fermaaMatly leeeied r hie new haildan 1303 Ckmk Si. Perry 4 Lester Coal Co. Wholesale and Ketail Dealere m COAL TANNEB HENDR1CX, Hauler. Yards: 606 Second Aye. N. PHONE MAIN 20 Go to the STAR THEATRE 112 CEDAR ST. S REELS DAILY S CT8. WANTED Rooma for light housek eitping, private family preferred in good neighborhood. Address T. J. OVEBY Phone M 30(12 L 411 Slh Ave , N- FAIK IU ItLL CF PROGRESS Tim are interested in Tennessee-. Von would like to know more about the progress we are making. The Tennessee State Fair oilers you that opportunity. Do not forget the dates, September -0 to Ortolwr 4, inclusive. The railroads appreciating the great value of the fair, have given extremely low rates. Take a week oir and visit the Tennessee State Fair. Yon will go back home convinced that our own state of Tennessee is in the front rank of agriculture!, progress and development. The directors of the Tennessee State Fair are to he felicitated upon having concluded arrangements with The Con T. Kennedy Show to provide the amuse ment features this year. Transported on thirty-two sixty-foot cars, carrying twenty-two individual attractions and three riding devices, thoroughly equipped in every department, The Con T. Ken nedy Shows are recognized as the great est amusement enterprise of its charac ter in the world. The Flaza of Pleasure, mt night, pre sents a bewildering picture a veritable World's Fair, in miniature. Thousands of electric lights make this section even brighter than day. To provide the clea trical illumination is carried two com plete lighting plants, and this part of the equipment alone represents an out lay of $40,000. The wagon fronts arc resplendent with gold leaf and allegor ical carvings. A world of money has been invested In the paraphernalia. To get away from the usual method of presenting amusement attractions in separate exhibitions the freaks with The Con T. Kennedy Shows have been as scmbled under one canvaa, one price of admission being charged to see them all in tne selection ot tnese curious peo ple for public exhibition, Manager Ken nedy has been careful to elimniate anv feature distasteful or at all unwelcome to the most fastidious patrons. The Congress of Nature's Mistakes which Is a decided factor of the Midway is most comprehensive and unique Hill has returned to her home, St. Louis, Mo., from a very pleasant vis it to her parents and friends of this place. Mrs. Rebecca Brewer is on the sick list. Mrs. Matt Hill Is vis iting her son in Chicago, 111. Mrs. Cassle L. Fowlkes will be glad to take your subscription for the Globe or bring you a copy each week. Mrs. Nannie Wade was the guest of Mrs. Rebecca Brewer Sunday. Mrs. E. D. Walker, of Grove street, was the charming hostess of the Y. W. E. of Pueblo, Colorado, are the uest of Mr. and Mrs. Cpnnon Rudder. She will no doubt visit many friends while in this part cf the land. The p; tor and mem-1 bers of the M. E. Church celebrated thf fiftieth anniversary cf the Free dom of the Negro last Friday and Saturday. The district superinten dent, Dr. A. W. McKennedy was pres ent and rendered good .service. The revival that has been going on at the M. E. Church i concluded mt! many souls were fp.ved. Mcs Anrie Daniel is in the city of Nashville this week The pastor and the faithful members of the A M. E. Church have made quite an additoin to their church. Mr. A. Joseph is leading the way and the rest are following. The school board has been called a mass-meeting for Friday night, September 12th. No doubt there will be much business trnnsreted. Don't fail to read the Globe, it will keep you well posted, and pay as you go. MISS McKAY ENTERTAINED. Mr. A. P. Hampton LiUard enter tained at her beautiful home 3306 Indiana Avenue, In honor of her guest Miss Mable B. McKay, of Naeh ville, Tenn. MiES McKay is domes tic to chor In the city school of Clarksville. A party ef twenty-live v f -s . ' ' lww jjiiim, .i.jiii.n,iAWu m i.' vr,'r ww w m u 11 iw i i iipifj, mv pm,.w milium uj. MJ'WT WJVmmi JI'M"". THE GREATEST LIVE STOCK SHOW IN THE SOUTH AT TENNESSEE STATE FAIR. RADE ONE MILE LONG. PA Decherd, was refused the privilege of preaching in., the Primitive Baptist Church, with which he claim to be connected. However, he got in the Missionary Baptist Church and preached to a fairly good congrega tion. The people here do not ap prove of ministers who are expelled from their own church. Mr. T. J. Sharp was In Scottsboro Monday. Our school is progressing nicely and Miss Pearl Hunt is a competent teacher. The children are learning rapidly.. RIDGETOP NOTES. Mr. John Franklin, of New York, who has been visiting friends and relatives in Gallatin, was the guest nf Mrs. Tlnttio Mctfwen. at niilcptnn last Sunday. They went to Nashville;1"11" ll'lu Club Friday afternoon. After an hour of needle work the hostess serv ed a dainty ice-course and cake. Every one reported a delightful afternoon. The next meeting will be "with Mrs. Florence Cole on College street, Sep tember 12th. Mrs. William A. Fowlkes and little daughter, Willie E. Minola, will probably leave for St. Louis, Mo., and Springfield, 111., to visit relatives and friends September 12th. SMYRNA NOTES. Quite a number ot people went from here to Sand Hill Sunday to attend the annual sermon of the U. S. of Relief. Misses Willie Thompson. Maggie B. Blackman, Myrtle Black- Mr. Mitchell Thompson CABARET SHOWS AT THE FAIR The announcement that the truster.' of the Tennessee State Fair have con cluded negotiations with the Con T. Ken nedy Shows to provide all of the, amuse ment features this year, comes with more than an ordinary degree of inter est and insures the patrons of an en tertainment diversified and high-class. Among the twenty-two shows which Manager Con T. Kennedy is to.bring us, one feature which should appeal most strongly to our people is the Cabaret Show. Having spent months in Chicago, New York and the capitals of Europe during the past winter, Manager Ken nedy evolved the idea of presenting to his carnival patrons a form of variety entertainment such as has not heretoforq been in evidence with this class of an amusement enterprise. From advance re ports it would appear that the Cabaret Show ii of exceptional magnitude and merit. While the management has exercised great care in the selection of talent and in the form of entertainment, we are led to believe fhat although the objec tionable features of the Europoan cab aret have been eliminated the corps of Kennedy entertainers present a program of unusual interest. Vaudeville plays an important part in the amusement of the masses all over the world, and it is fair to presume that the entertainment to be accorded the patrons of the Cabaret Show, a leading feature of the Con T. Kennedy aggregation, will be entertained in an exceptional manner. There will be ten high-class vaudeville acts, to say nothing of the exponents of modern dancing. and spent a pleasant day and Mis. H'nt Sunday evening with Mr. and Steve Pierce, of Pearl street, enter-iMLrs; Brad, Buchanan. Mrs. Josie tained them. Those who enjoyed '1 helps and sister visited their moth he r hospitality were: Mrs. McEwen, j er Mrs- Susie Gooch, and returned Mrs. Jack Bond, Mr. John Fruuklln, t0 Nashville Monday evening. Miss Mr. Steve Pierce, Mrs. Annie Web- Ella Cartwright went to Nashville ster. Mr. John Smith, of Nashville, ; Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hill and spent the day at Ridgetop the guest ,neir little neice, Cora Buchanan, Mr. of Mrs. Ilortense C. Murdie. Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Jordan and little son, John Osborn, of Nashville, spent thejttuAis PU'as, Messrs. Hurley Tucker day at Ridgetop the guest of Mrs.1 and Edward Kirkpatrick made a fly Siillie White. Mrs. Marv Terrell was ', ing trip to Atlanta last week. Mr. were present. Whist and dancing were the features cf the evening. The dinning room was beautifully deco rated with plants and ferns. In the center of the table was n large cut glass bowl of Americans beauties with whlto buds forming the name of the honored guest (Mablo). Mrs, Lillard- being a Btudeit of Chicago Musical College and eweet singer favored the guest with tie selection Faust Miss McKay's charming disposition won for her many friends. the guest of Mrs. Murdic and Mrs White at Ridgetop. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Powell entertained in honor of their niece, Miss Callie Purdue, with a birthday party last Wednesday night, the 3rd of September. Music, dancing and games were enjoyed un til a late hour, after which a nice repast was served. All left express ing a nice time. Miss Pardue re Rufus Fricrsou was the guest of his mother Sunday. On his return to Nashville he carried his little sister, Eureka, to spend a few weeks with him. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ward were the guests of their mother, Mrs. Lizzie Ferguson, Monday. Mrs. Wil lie Elder has returned from Wartrace where she vited her mother and re latives. Mr. Wm. Elder has been ccived many nice presents. Mr. Al- cry sick but is able to be out at FAIR WILL BE INSTRUCTIVE On Monday morning, September 29th, the. pites of the Tennessee State Fair will he thrown open to visitors and for six whole days the people of Tenuessi-e and neighboring states will have an op portunity to see exemplified the progress we are making agriculturally, and tiny ore going to he astounded at the progress wo are making. While many men and women know something about one or more of the country's big stato fairs, not bo many know about the organiza tion and the effort expended in success fully conducting one of these expositions Inly a few know definitely the how and Lhe why of the state fair of todny. You nn learn all about It by visiting the Tennessee State Fair. fred Roscoe is very ill. His many friends wish, for his speedy recovery. UNION CITY NOTES. The Sunday-School Convention and Woman's Missionary Society which convened at the A. M. E. Church last week was a decided success. The presiding elder, Rev. Picket, presided during the meeting and Is to be con gratulated for his ability and manner of conducting the meeting. On Fri day night a mest ekcellent concert was given by members of the church. Many excellent selections were ren- hls work again. Mr. Elder Is a fine blacksmith. Messrs. Will Gill, Wil liam Klble, West Morton and James Williams came from Murfreesboro in a surrey Sunday and visiter Mr. and Mrs. Will Charlton. Mr. and Mrs. James Carter and their sister, Ida, spent a few days with their mother, Mrs. Jennie Matthews, and returned to Nashville Monday evening. Mr. Joe Robert Etter la ill. STEVENSOS, (ALA.) NOTES. Quite a number of people of Stev enson attended the Mud Creek Assc- uosjjj -Q pun 'Xaipni atref saranpsapi puB surcjniAY n ojihav ssnl pun oleoma jo iCpauuaji n -bjw 'oiIjAqsBN jo 'qsna Xj-cim 's-ipj pun uoajQ T2A3 ssfiM 9.ia.w Xmujtdsoii oqj Aoiua 0 asoqj, sosjnoo ui pM.ios bua aouip suudiuai t! puc po)jo.p Aiinjnnuaq su.w eiqcj oqj, -iiooj BAU ssii ujsnoa Jiain jo jouou ui itnpuns Jauuip poureiaajua tjjoq ssn 'jojgnsp pnu esnon 'circiv sjim uavia "H oop jim joinojq aaq qi.i iaaA B Sujpuads sj eiUAqsux jo jayirt aiisgupl ssii -3oa.v su( AJ3A sbav eqs -jajiaq ipnui sj tiouj -aaa 'fl 'V 'SJpJ Suhjjay eiqi ju sf Auaj -q -sapj ipjnu.a siidttfj oqi oj luaiuqatmn ub 2uipniq ui pajjnaui OAuq rjq sasuadxa eqj joj augend spjEAvoi o3 HI- tP!",v urns sml eaju t? paziiBaJ pun iqaju Xnpuns juauiuii3)ao;ua 1 eou a"j3a v puq A"j-bj -Iixny siUauiOAV oqx. -sjjaAuoa jnoj pasjatnuii pun eoeid Suizjidua p0 aqj 0 ;aaAV J0sna eqj Jaqaiog Viay qajtiqa eqj seojAjes eqj jaijB a"bp -ung uasajd ip Aq paXofua bba jjoqa paziuB2jo A'lAveu eqj Aq paaopuaj oisnui eqx 'OArjoane b-bm iBpung qoanqo -g k oq-j ;b eaojAJos eqx 'S310N VNdAWS RATES WILL BE LOW FOR THE STATE Fl Best Announcement Yet About the Ten nessee State Fair. The best announcement that OM be made in connection with the Tceaexee tate Fair and the one that is looked forwMrd tu with the niot intercut ta the miounceiuent of the low ratw eflved by the railroads and the territery fwe rutin cover. t.f eouise every nun, womaa m4 iikl in Tennessee knows that tlie Taniwee Fair. September 29. 30, October 1, t, 3, l'JIU, will ' be right up to th Kirk n way of an educational expotfiiioa, o'l with an amusement feature tWil will rank with the best fairs in this niry. They know that the exhibits of atva btock, poultry, woman's work, rkikkv's work, and all that goes to make up a reat show, will be collected aU eMb- ted. They know that the amueiWaat features, the raeing, the night bm show, and the fire works, and ih fee acts will be right up to the staaAwd, and there will not be an idle m)Mt. Something to learn and sornctliing to amuse every minute of the week. The low rateM, then, is the moat im portant announcement that can be aia4e, as the cost of getting to the fair te al ways the first consideration. What will be the charge for a round trip ttekei will be asked if you are contenipktkg going to the fair, and, of ceurso, y have made up your mind to go prvnle4 the railroads will do the proper twwg n giving a low rate on account of tle reat annual event visited by over W,- 000 people. First, we want to tell you that u yen live in a radius of 200 mile you ean come to the Tennessee State Fak kr one fare for the round trip, pine 25 cents. Now, understand, if the raaweiMl lare from your station to Nashville 's a certain amount, then it will vly eort an additional 25 cents to get ywm W the fair and hack home again. This cheap rate will be erven prac tically all over the Nashville, Owtfcv nooga & St. Louis System, the Tcwwea see Central, and to points as faT nrta as Horse Cave, Ky., and as far (wwth as Decatur and Tuacumbia, Ala am the L. & N. R. R., and the other railieevda that are members of the Southeastern Passenger Association, will fall hvU Vm and give these same low rates. The Interurban cars running eat of Nashville will meet the railroada ant! these reductions and they wiU ale give a one fare round trip rate. With cheap transportation and with the facilities of the large number ! k tels, boarding houses and private fam ilies who throw open their houses te te publio during fair week, fully 150,W people will visit the fair of 1913. These low rates will prevail dorKg the entire week of the fair, and tickets will be on sale a day or so before tbe fair opens in order that people who de sire to come from quite a distance ea start in advance and arrive in time. Tick ets will he on sale from all stations crv ery day of the fair week, and the ifck eti will be good to return two days lift er the fair shall have been over. Now, that you know' the railroad f.wr will cot hut a trifle, maUe your r nuigemonts to take in the groat tSlZ Tennessee- State Fair. Send for catalogue, containing all about this big Exposition. Miss Annie Dunlap and Mrs. W. L. Miller have returned from Bait! more. Mrs. Chas. Payne of 1704 Jeffer son street, who has been visiting her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Terry of Oaskey, Ky., has returned. Many social functions were given in her honor. AZTECS AT TENNESSEE FAIR i1 ,. . .? . .... c-rf" - - - . i . ' , f' . ' '- I , f i ? .i'i I it- -'If IF U' u li-l.-r -ix v a p'tii 'a i " . 4 - - - 'Jt.?Zr " 5h '.v" a' ' .'-., , x , , ' i s ' " ' " - ' - 'A GOOD START AT TENNESSEE STATE FAIR." It is a far cry from the days of Mon tezuma, but the Con T. Kennedy Show9 will bring the Tennessee State I'alr what many believe to be the only !nr viving members of the Aztec race, Irwn dreda of years ago the Aztecs peopled the region now known as Mexico. They en joyed a high degree of civilization and controlled a vast territory on the North American continent. Their rule was tnrbed by the invasion of the Spaniards. The Btory of the Conquest of Mexiee U a thrilling chapter in the history of the Western world. It is miraculous tkat Manager Oon T. Kennedy in assembling his mighty amusement enterprise baa been able to secure the last survviijr members of a race which once played an Important part on thia continent. TFbBe in Mexico last winter Manager Kennedy was informed that two Aetw chiMren were living up in the mountains a few miles from Chihuahua. lie ht no time In locating them and made arrangement with the Mexican government to bring the children to the United State for ex hibition purposes, obligating himsMf te return them upon the conclusion of tho present tour. The Aztec children are an educational feature, and will be on exhibition with the Con T. Kennedy Shows at the State Fair, September 29 to October 4. AGRICULTURE AT STATE FAIR From the. colonial beginning of this lountry there has been some apprecia tion of the fact that our really big de velopment problems were agricultural problems. For many years this appre ciation was merely latent. After vast tillablo ureas had been added to our pos icssions, and as the possibilities of tor millions of fertile acres began to bo un derstood, this appreciation incrcastMl amazingly. Long since it has become mi active force in our national life. Today men in all walks of life are studying the farm, farmers and farming. Giant armies are marching forward under banners bearing such inscriptions as, "IW'k to the land," "Improve your seed," "Wfop robbing your soil," "Rotate your crop," 'Systematize your farm," "Rne Tiiif and better live Rtock." You can sveiire b formation on all these uubje 4 thu rer.nessre State Fair.