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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1813.
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TAKE KUHN'S i HIIKUMATIC REMEDY JW CKNTNPBK IIOTTLK (iuarlntoaa DAVE J. KUHN. Cedar aad 11th Armas. , Niih. mi. C. V. IIOMAN, STKCJALIST IN !, Ear, Neaa aad Threat Dtaeaaee la . peraMnamtiy Uaated ia hia new baildiur 134)3 Chh Ht. Perry 4 Lester Coal Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia COAL TANNER II END RICK. Manager. Yards: 606 Second Ave. N. I riioNi; MAIN 2 Goto the STAR THEATRE 4I2CFDAK ST. 3 RKKI.S DAILY s AIIMIHKION sins CLIFTON NOTES. The sick of tour community are improving. Dr. S. M. Utley, D. S., held his fourth quarterly conference at St. James A. M. E. Church last wplf Tin nr:ipViprl tu,-n ntiln fiprmrms forth on Sunday and administered sacra- Wolriclge are here from uiicago toni ment at night. Quite a large crowd tend the funeral of Mrs. Jane Par attended. Messrs. Anderson Webb, Irish. The: children of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbcrt McAfrt- and Miss M. B. Ma-i John Roddick are oulte 111 with fever, berry left Monday for Franklin, ! Among the deleg.-itns who attended Tenn., to attend the grand session of the prand session from Memphis were K. T. Mrs. Tannic Scales, of Shelby-jDrs. R. L. Adams, W. B. Woods, villc, Tenn., Is the guest of her daugh-1 Mesrs. Wayman Wilkerson. A. F. ter. Mrs T,. V. Dowell. She- Is being, highly entertained by the people of Clifton. The Diamond Jubilee Rally at St. James M. E. Church last Sun- j services were held here nt t ne cnurci day was a success. The Jubilee con-1 of Cod Monday. A nuniher of the cert given by the pupils of Clifton ! Holiness peonln held services Sunday public school last Friday and Satur-'nt Snirng TTill. Services were con day nights was a financial success. 'ducted bv Revs. A. D. McGhec nnd R. One of the interesting features of the concert was a song (boosting Clifton) composed- by Mrs. L. V. Dowell, which made quite a hit and the white citizens of Clifton has re quested a repetition of the concert for their benefit, which will be given next Friday night. Mrs. Ida Jones entertained at tea last Monday eve-1 elected Chief Grand Master by accla nlng Dr. S. M. Utley, D. S.; Mrs. Ten-' niation. nle Scales, ofShclbyTille, Tenn.; Rev, and Mrs. A. T. Cooper, uev. ana Mrs II. A. Dowell and Miss Bertha Bay- lock. After supper the guests were ushered into the parlor and singing and music were enjoyed. Miss Ber- tha.Baylock presided at the piano. Mrs. Ethel Culps entertained at din-j ner Lust Thursday Dr. S. M. Utley, Mrs. Cynthia Johnson, of Humboldt, Tenn., and Mrs. Tennie Scales, of Shelby ville, Tenn. Mrs. I. C. Church- well entertained recently Mesdames Cynthia Johnson, Tennie Scales" and Mariah Maberry. Mrs. Mart Maberry entertained last Sunday Mesdames L. V. Dowell and Tennie Scales at din- ner. Mrs. Rosa. Haynes left last Mon day for Lawrenceburg, Tenn., to visit relatives. Miss Gadie Maberry and Mrs. Broils, of Saltilo are guests of their sister, Mrs. Ethel Culp, this week. Grand preparations are being made by the members of the Baptist church to entertain the association j which will convene here next week. I Mrs. Carey, of Perryville, Tenn., is ! the guest of her daughter, Msr. Ola I Church well. Master Shehth Dowell Is j at home with her parents. ! ni crowd attended the Quito a baseball Ipnmp hi.m last- S-ihirrlnv Nnnee Tienri played Clifton. Score 8 to 4 in favor of Nance Bend. Sunday Rev. An drews, who is pa tor of the Baptist chunh in Illinois, storped over on his way to the National Baptist Conven-Uovabie tion in Nashville to preach at rjPan were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. and at 7:00 for Rev. A. T. Cooper. jcornellus Davis recently. Mrs. Den He is a good speaker. Rev. R. A. nf.s Duncan, who has been very ill, Is Dowell gave an educational rally and aDie to be out again. Mrs. J. M. Dun a Drama Jubilee concert Friday andjcan an(j daughter, Estella, were the Saturday nights nnd had a nice time. Frank Mitchell and his tetter half have come back to Clifton and are making some improvement on the place by the assistance of the Rev. W. J. Young. Sir I. Churchwell, Miss Bell Maberry, and S. Anderson Webb left for the seat of the grand session of the Sir Knights and Dnughters to day. Mrs. Bettie Spears Is quite II nois. SAND HILL NOTES. P..tr Pnwsll nt Nashville. nrfehed an interesting' sermon to a good audi - enec Sunday. He was entertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. S. Lavender. Rev. Powell will preach here again on the first Sunday in October. Mrs. Sarah Francis Weakley, who is well known in Nashville, having lived for a number of years nt her home on Trimble street, died Saturday at the home of her son, Mr. James H. Dar den, at Sand Hill. Her death was quite a shock to her many relatives and friends, as she had not been con fined to her bed. She was taken seriously ill Friday night and re mained so until the end came Satur day morning. The funeral was con ducted Monday from the residence. The floral tribute was beautiful. Rev. Slater, pastor of the McNairy Hill Baptist Church on Broad street, oT which she was twenty-five years a member, and Rev. Parker, pastor of St. James Chapel at Lavergne, offici ated. Mr. A. N. Johnson had charge of the funeral. A most beautiful gray plush casket enclosed her remains She was buried in the family grave yard by the side of her mother and father. At the public meeting of the TJ. S. R. last Tuesday night a nlcu crowd was present. Among those who made sneechps were: Messrs. C. and Albert Weakley. Mrs. E. M. Hill anl Dr. J. II. Hamilton, who spoke very encouragingly of the work of the societv. Ice cream was served tO;Cnurcn, neia tne quarterly cunierenee. all, and each went away having en joyed a pleasant evening. SAVANNAH NOTES. Mrs. Cora Dickson and son, Bridget, of Crittenden, Ark., are here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. George Graham has been making molasses for the last week or two. Rev. S. L. McGee. with the help of Rev. Lane, of Mercy Seat, has been engaged in n revival meeting the past week. Lit . 1. T i ' tle Will James Dickson, of Critten den, Ark., is here visiting his sister, Mrs. Urma Herron. Mrs. Mary H. Edd ing.s is visiting friends at 'Jackson this week. Quite a nice time was had at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benja min Davis last Sunday evening. Mrs. L Saloma Stephens played several se ll loctlon3 on the organ. Mr. Henry il Hnnetnn nccomnanled with the cor- nPt- sfnirinff bv Miss Mamie Hassel, I Miss Daisy Davis. Mrs. Lillle Snell- I Tr.f TV P PnOPV MrS. Martha Sevier and children were up from the "Fork" Sunday to see her uruiun, mi. jmug,i Ji Harbor, who has been working on the steamer nt St. Louis the past few iir,.,.ntVio cfnnnort off to see home folks few hours last week. FRANKLIN NOTES. Nancy McCoy, of Memphis, and Miss Maggie L. Greene, Miss Tenn., of Columbia. Tenn., are the guests or Mrs. John Willdns, Jr. Mrs. Brooks Hirris, of Chicago. Is the guest of her mother. Mr. Dellia Mitchell. Lit tle Miss Cornelia Ewing has return ed from a visit to Chicago. Mrs. Belle Bryant is the guest of her brother, Rev. D. J. Mitchell. Rev. P. A. Bedford -attended the National Baptist Convention In Nashville. Messrs. L. Scales and Robert Bealey wero the guest's of Misses W. T. Wil kins and Pearl Allen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mitchell, Messrs. Joe nnrl John Thompson and Mrs. TTattie Wrrd. J. B Willis, irs. .iniia . Webster, C. O. P.. nnd Mrs. Henrietta Stringer. Mrs. Jnne Parrl'h's funeral L. Martin. Miss Phillls W. Brnus wiclc, of Tamoa. Fla., and Miss Min nie Toney nnd Miss Hattle Edmon son, of Nashville, spent Saturday af ternoon with Mrs. C. B. Hodge. More than two hundred delegates nttended the errand session of the Knights of Tabor. Rev. D. J. Mitchell was re- FARMINGTON NOTES. j We are having a successful revival 'with twenty-nine converts up to date, The meeting still continues, and we; hope to get every' sinner around Far- j 1 mington. Mrs. Allen, of Nashville, Is! conducting the meeting. We all love' 'her and truly believe she is a God-j sent woman. The C. P. members are i preparing to cover their church. Mrs. J Roman, of Shelbyville, is the guest of 1 1 Mrs. 11. W. Rucker. Little Miss Lii-j Han Peacock, of Bedford, accompanied j Miss Susie Dysart home Friday after-1 noon and stayed until Monday. Whllo j she was in our vicinity she professed! a hope In Christ. Mrs. Charlie Gen try entertained at dinner Sunday Miss Ella Duncan, Mr. Vernor C. Gen try, Mrs. F. G. McQuiddy and Mr. and Mrs. J G. Hightower. Many courses were served. Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Smith, of Berford, were the gurst of their mother, Mrs. Susan Dysart. recently. Mesdames Z. Boren and It. J. Smiley entertained at din ner Sunday at the home of Mrs. R. J. Smilev Mesdames Allen and Ran- a0m, Misses C .M. Hightower, M. L. Rurker. B. L. and Beatrice Smiley. Messrs. J. L. Hightower, II. L. Rucker, Win, R. and E. L. Smiley, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Rucker, Mr. Z. Boren, R. J. Smiley, also Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Turner. They all report an en time. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mc- I miegt 0f Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dun- caI1 Sunday. Mis3 Susie Dysart en- Itertained Miss Lela Jones, Messrs Frank Smith and John Crowell Sun dny afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Green Wilhoite, Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher, little Misa Marv Ida and Rosia Lee attended service at this place Sunday A COLORED MAN KILLED. Snecial to the Globe. Sharon. Tenn., September 23. -On Thursday morning, a sounthbeund freieht was wrecked near the tank 'about two miles south of here. About half a dozen cars In the middle or the train were derailed. The wreck began on the big curve near Crowder's Crossing. None of the crew was hurt. A colored man, who was a stranger, got killed. He was kept in the depot that night, and for lack of identifi cation was burled by the company on the right-of-way. south of the section houses. The wreck made a fearful looking mass, and it was late in the night before trains could pass over SMYRNA NOTES. Rev. B. F. Ferrell, who was In Nashville attending the National Bap tist Convention, and who is pastor ing In Indiana, preached for Rev. S. S. Cumby, of the Baptist church, Sunday morning and night. Good congregations were out to hear him. Every one is always glad to hear him. The converts of this church had an entertainment Saturday night, which wa3 enjoyed by all. Mesdames Mary C. Wade, Eva Perry. Luclnda Jordan, Edna Drennon and Messrs. John Thompson and Washing ton Ridley attended the National Con vention. Mrs. Caroline Scruggs, of Jefferson, visited Mrs. Eliza Tucker Inst week. Mrs. Nellie Moore, of , Nashville, spent the week-end with I her nelce, Mrs. Nancy Tucker. Rev. 'Johnson, presiding elder of the M. E. at the M. E. Church Saturday and Sunday. Miss Lizzie Mai Ross, of Nashville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Henry Legs. Mrs. A. L. Perry has returned from Shelbyville. Mr. Pleas Jordan, who Is now living In Nash ville, visited his mother-in-law, Mrs. Frierson, Sunday. JASPER NOTES. The North Alabama and Tennessee Association which convened at the New Hope Baptist Church closed Sun day night. It was well represented. Collection was $150.13. Rev. W. C. Crutcher was again elected modera tor; only one change was made in the official roster, that being Rev. W. A. Mayfleld was elected recording secretary. Great credit Is due Mr. T. F. Carter and Prof. C. F. Greer for the manner In which they handled the crowd at the table. Quite a crowd of young people were entertained by Mr. T. F. Carter Sunday evening at his home. A grand reception was given Monday night by Mrs. Laura Ford In honor of Elder Forest. MiB Vera Robinson left this morning for South Pittsburg, where she will at tend school. Mrs. Will Hickson and sister and Mrs. Thomas, of Chatta nooga, are visiting friends and rela tives this week. Mr. Sam Greer left for South Pittsburg, where he will clerk in a store. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOTICE. All club holders and readers of Hope, Fireside School workers, Bible Band members and missionaries of the Women's American Baptist Home Mission Society connected with the department of the Fireside Schools, at a meeting to be held in the Pres byterian Church, corner of Gay street and Eighth avenue on Saturday after noon at two o'clock. Mrs. Westfall, Corresponding Secretary of the Soci ety, and other missionaries will be present, and a very interesting moot ing Is expected. Be surt to come, and come promptly at 2 o'clock. MURFREESBORO NOTES. Rev. J. A. Crump and Rev. A. Nel son are conducting a great revival at tlie A. M. E. church, of which Rev. Crump is pastor. The big rally which was planned pome time ago will be pulled off Sunday, September . 2t at the First Baptist Church. Itev. ,j A Meyers hopes to raise $100 or $500 on that day. Mrs. Bottle Hen drix, after a long illness, departed this life last Wednesday, September 10th. The funeral was conducted last Sunday at Keys Memorial by Rev. W. R. Smith, Rev. Wm. Hender son and Rev. Crump. Her life was beautifully portrayed. She was a member of Keys Memorial also the Benevolent Order and the Eastern Star, all of which come to do honor to one who lived a beautiful like; she was a teacher in Rutherford County for more than twenty years. Miss Izora Flemmings, of Nashville, the! attractive and talented guei-t of the ! Misses Grace, Queenle and Mary Green, E. State street, has been roy-1 ally entertained during her two weeks stay in Murfreesboro. Miss! Flemmings arrived Saturday, August' 29; on her arrival she was motored' over the city in the beautiful auto! owned by Mr. Preston Scales. Sun day the Misses Greens entertained at dinner Miss Flemmings, Messrs. Brent, Alexander, Ransom and Hick man. Monday a beautifully planned social was given at the home of Mr. ! and Mrs. William Williams on Maney j avenue, at which an Ice-course was : served. Tuesday evening a progres sive whist game was enjoyed at the home of Miss Cora North. Wednes day another sochil was enjoyed at the residence of Miss Alexander. Thurs day bridge whist at Miss L. M. Wat kins.' Friday night a party of eight een attended a drama at Key M. E. Church. Sunday at dinner given :n Ion r of .v.-, 1 ?'.!", g-- at the no . of Miss Murry was enjoyed by thus- present. AROUND HADLEY PARK. The Athletics will now he seen on Iladley Park with a fast foot ball 'earn. The Athletics have a still fister than they had base ball. The A.thletics are practicing hard for to moet all the teams of Nashville and have some games out of town. And will give any team fn the city a challenge. The Athletics miss one of their best quarterbacks, Samuel Johnson who made the Athletics de feat Murfreesboro in 1912. Johnson used lots of head work and knew the way to send the hall. Evans will be shifted from left end to quarter. Evans is an equal star quarter back and will run the team as fast. Let the Athletic's fans get ready for another yell. V. J. Whittaker, Assistant Captain. Athletics lineup: C. Allison, C; Smith, R. 0.; E. Whittaker, T.; More, R. E.: M. C. Danuel, I G.; Johnson, L. T.; Lester, L. E.; Evans, Q. B.: A. Allison, R. II.: V. Whit taker, F. B.; H. Voorhies, L. H.; A. Allison, Captain; V. Wlhititaker, As sistant Captain. GOOD FEELING BETWEEN RACES So Declares Prof. Hudson Before Negro Baptist Convention. "There Is indeed a good feeling be tween the races in this city," declared Prof. R. B. Hudson, Secretary of the National Baptist Convention, "and "we are pleased with our stay in the city The people have all treated us well. The street car conductors have all willingly furnished any Information within their power, and the police have been on hand to protect us and to take charge of the crooks who fol low such conventions, and while some of them have gotten In their work, It has been done in the rush at the transfer station. "In the name of the convention, 1 desire to express thanks to all the good people of the city and state, and we hoDe to come to you again. You have a fine city and fine people." Prof. Hudson is principal of one of the largest schools in the South, at Selma. Ala., and has been for a num ber of years, nnd is one of the most noted laymen in the Baptist church. Dr. C. T. Walker, of Georgia, made the opening prayer at the opening of the National Baptist Convention this morninc. and Dr. J. J. Durham, of South Carolina, read the scripture lesson. "Wo are now nearing the end of one of the most successful sessions ever held in the history of our con tention," said President E. C. Mor- iris, "and let us turn attention to business." "I thank God that I am a Negro, said the Rev. Dr. A. Borbour, of Gal vestan," because I will have a place in the making of the history 01 tms race. We' have made a wonderful progress, nnd much of It is due to the work of the consecratea ministry, nnd I am one of that number. Let the Negro continue to make friends and he will reach his goal." He was followed by the Rev. J. R. Bennett, of Altoona, Pa., who de livered an address. A resolution offered by Rev. J. A. Martin, of Alabama, to have the next session of the convention to discuss I the advisability of a biennial session was voted down. Resolution Offered. Prof. M. W. Gilbert, President of Sclma University, Selma, Ala., of fered the following resolution: "Whereas, The delegates attending this session of the National Conven tion have been the recipients of many courtesies and generous hospitality from the citizens of Nashville, Therefore, Be it resolved, That the thanks of this convention are hereby tendered to the Entertainment Com mittee for their generous and hospi table labors in securing homes for the delegates; to the pastors of the churches and to the citizens who so kindly opened their doors to receive iu ; to, the Rev. Preston Taylor for the free use of Greenwood Park for 0. 1r exposition and our sessions; to the N-ishvllla press for the splendid accounts given to our sessions, and t; the railroad for reduced fares ?nd ether favorB manifested toward the invention." A committee wrs appointed to in- 1, o Dr. Presto, l'aylor to visit convention today. Next Convention. Dr. G. C Coleman, of Oakland, Cal., read Invitation rrom the cnam hor of Commerce, the Mayor of the cifv, Negro Business League and the San Francisco Convention League to hold the session of 19ir in California. The invitation was referred to the 1011 convention to Ik; hold In Phila delphia. "Our going to California In 19tr,," said Dr. E. C. Morris, "will depend (,n how they trc'at our people.' Wo are not going to commit this conven tion to co anywhere, until we are as sured of treatment as men. We shnll await developments." AUXILIARY EI-FCTS NEW OF FICERS. Women Concluded Exercises Sunday Night. Mrs. S. P. Stricklnnd, of California, nd Mrs. Vienna Parker, of Washing ton, D. C, conducted the devotional and Jubilee song servic. at the open ing of the morning se&Bion of the fourth day of the Woman's National Convention, In session at the Spru.se Street Baptibt Church, Eighth ave nue, North. Trevious to turning the meet'ng over to the foreign and home mission departments as field day, (several prominent speakers were introduced, the first being President Hone, ol Atlanta Baptist College. He tpoke iu the highest terms of the conven tion and its work, declaring that it Is the greatest and largest convention of Negro women 'n the world. "With, your large numbers and your great financial system," he said, "it is In deed possible for you to establish and foster your own educational institu tions." lie emphasized the fact that the hope of the church rested upon the shoulders of the young people, and urged that they be taught early the doctrines of the church. C. II. Parrish, of Louisville, Ky., announced that he had a call to come home on account of the death of one of thedoacons of his church, with which he would comply, however much he regretted to fill his appoint as conductor of the model Sunday- school morning, but before leaving the platform he endorsed the unani mous re-election of all the old officers which took place Friday afternoon. Mrs. E. Arlington Wilson, historian, delivered a very interesting report i:i which the history and achievements of the convention were reviewed from its lncipiency. Dr. L. G. Jordan, Corresponding Secretary of the Foreign Mission Board, on taking charge of the meet ing in behalf of foreign missions, in troduced the missionaries of his local staff, as well as those here from the foreign fields, about a dozen in a'l. Five-minute speeches, In which members of the convention partici pated freely, closed the morning pen sion amid a deep feeling of enthusi asm. Maggie L. Walker, Secretary of the Independent Order of St Luke and President of the St. Luke Penny Sav ings Bank, Richmond, Va., the only colored woman and one of the few women filling such a position In the world, received a great ovation Fri day afternoon when she arose to tie liver her address, "Business and Fra ternal Organizations as a Force in Ne gro Progress." At the conclusion of her address she was given the Chau tauqua salute, and a motion prevailed that same be printed at once In pam phlet form and distributed through out the convention. "The Negro Woman's Contribution to Religious Work," was the subject of an interesting and instructive ad dress by Mrs. P. J. Bryant, of Atlan ta, Ga. The following are the newly elected officers of the convention: Mrs. S. W. Lay ten, President; Mrs. P. J. Bryant, Vice President; Miss Nannie H. Bur roughs, Secretary; Mrs. V. W.flqff: roughs. Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. V. W. Broughton, Recording Secretary; Mrs. M. V. Parrish, Treas urer; Mrs. A. E. Goins, Assistant Re cording Secretary; Mrs. B. Arlington Wilson, Statistician. Sunday from 9:30 to 10:30 the chil dren's jubilee will be conducted by Mrs. G. J. Scott and Mrs. T. G. Max well, Chlca, 111. At 11 o'clock the devotional and song services will be led by Rev. T. L. Griffith, D. D., Des Moines, Ia. Mrs. James Howard, of Pennsylvania, will sing a solo. At 11:20 Rev. E. W. Moore, D. D., pastor of Zion Baptist Church, Phila delphia, Ta., delivered a sermon en "The Mission of the Disciples." At 3 o'clock a Foreign Mission mass-meeting was held, and at 8:00 o'clock a sacred concert, at which a special program was rendered, mark ed the closing exercises of the Wom an's National Convention Auxiliary to the National Baptist Convention. SOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES. The North Alabama and Tennessee Association o fthe Missionary Baptist church held forth at Jasper from 11th 10 loth with great success. A large number of people who were 1n at tendance passed through here and some stopped off here on their return home. Rev. Mr. Crutcher, Modera tro of Stevensson, Ala., presided in his usual dignified ay. Rev. Mr. Stapler of Scottsburg, Ala., Rev. Bone Hollywood and Rev. Mr. Mayfleld, Steveson ere specially noticed. Prof. P. C. Greer as elected fraternal dele gate to Elk River Association which meets at Shelbyville this year. Teach ers will hold their second monthly meeting with the 14th District school Saturday, September 26th. Prof. F. C. greer will conduct the recitation in the new text. Mrs. J. M. Hawkins and Mrs. E E. McElroy attended the educational rally at Richard City last Fridav. Rev. and Mrs. Morris have arranged a fine program for the 3rd Sunday the 21 Inst. Rev. G. W. Cain will preach hl9 last sermon for this conference year next bunciay. City School opens Monday this week with a large enrollment. Rev. Mon roe will hold has last quarterly meet ing for this conference year for the A. M.. E. congregation at this point. Mesdames Armstrong, Henry nnd Miss Jante A. Llghtfoot are spending a fewdavs this week in Chattanooga. Miss Hattie Mia T.owis and Miss Goodman of Tullahoma and Bridge port respectively spent a few days very pleasantly ith friend hero. Mr. nnd Mrs Carroll Hawkins spent Sun t av at Jasper. Mrs. C. 11. Light root. Mr and Mrs. Goo. Oliver. Misa Ues Fie, Lane and Mrs. J. J. McElroy were? seen at the Association Inst Sunday. Mrs Emma Brown was in t .iatta nnopp recently. Mrs. Acnon Jolly Is out of the citv nt this writing. Mrs. Thomas Williams left Srtturdav for her home nt Newcomn, iy., nleasant visit to homo folks here Mrs Daniels, Mrs. Robinson. Mr. ami hosrv shrdlotaoishrdluetahdlu shr r Mrs. Charlie Jones of Bvenson seen nt the Fair last Tlurfy J r. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Good.nn i an-1 Mr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hale passed through here to Richard City one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Gray son and Mrs. May HM Grayson are spending the week near JJcLUnn vllle, Tenn. LIGHTFCRD HUHSEBY R. 3. Box 6. ffiJNTSVUf. MJL NOTICE $6.00 worth of Trees for $5.00 to everybody alike. I make a specialty of Trimming Trees ami PlanU. A I'ohirI Card will bring lue to see you. 1 will teach you how to care for your plant. Peaches I 5cts Each Karly May Flower K Inert a 'arm an nolle of Ua. Salway lllley o. M.Frea Heath ( ling Phillip t'liiii; Uuhtford White (Jhamrilnn Other varieties on hand, auk for them Cherries I Sets lk May liike Early Richmond Plums I5ctsfai Red June VN'lekerson llurbank figs lOcts Itdk Roses I5cts Each Any variety youwant Crapes I ."ids lick Any variety you nee StraKicrries 3,j per 100. Any kmd Shade Trees :S.j centH to $1.00 vaea fvergreens V) cents to J1.00 esb Mjijnolijs ( centH to Si. 00 each Asparagus RoU 3 cents each , AOENIS WANTfJ liest Terms Pears I Sets. Each Ka. Havt Kieller Apples I5cts Each WlneHnp Marks I) lilk. lift! PavlH Karly Harvest Ue'l ,1 une Y How .1 imp lieu D.-iviN California 1'rlvtt $1.70 per lilo Two year Plants J.'.(M) per 10O 1 have other Privet fir Hale. Ask for prices on iliaiu If you buy 1 recs from me you have my ea operailon forever. A dltteount to farmers. Send order- now to the addrens above. Anns Twenty two Big Shows for Stai Fair, September 29 to October 4. The Board of Directors of the Teasves see State Fair have concluded nogflAia fcions with Con T. Kennedy, geaenal ii reetw of the Con T. Kennedy Shows, to provide the amusement feature. Thia carnival organizatkm enjoys a reputation of being the largest aiwi West in the werid, requiring 30 69-foot oars to transport its 22 shows, three siitta; devious, eleetric light equipment and 07 individuals who are employed ia con ducting this mammoth amusement enter prise, , During tbe p&st winter Cob T. Ken nedy and hia agents scoured Boropa aad foreign eonntries in assembling attrac tions for the American tour of the Cba T. Kennedy Shows. It is a pleasure to record .that Man ager Kennedy has assembled for tb Tennessee State Fair the most Teimrk able ensemble of amusement fo&cures ever organized under a single manage ment in this country. There wiM be all sorts of entertainment for an sorts ol; people. Trained animal exhibiting ta& chanical, scientific, and eJuCafwsjal shows, riding devices and aHogetbe a putponrri of amusement featwre of aa extraordinary nature. Ooa T. Kennedy has set the paae for carnival organizations in tbis emsitoy, He is a stickler for form. He deinaadft that every attraction operating snder his banner must be of a high moral sr acter. He believes in "deliveriag thn gooda" and insists upon a strict ttnskmn ance to a code of department wbtub Vis placed tbe Con T. Kennedy Shows upan a pedestal which predominates ia Ui field of amusement endeavor and baa made them world famous. It is abrkni that tbe Cos T. Kennedy orgtin'natian must be pre-eminent when it ia kaown that the directors of the Carman a Wa tional Exhibition have chosen it, exetu sively, for the big fair at Toroui. la Canadian National Exhibition at Tsumato is the greatest permanent Exposition ea tbe North American oontinent. The Oon T. Kennedy Shows will iur nirth all of the amusement features lot the Alabama State Fair, llisfftoBipp) State Fair, Tennessee State Fate, In. tneky State Fair, Indiana State Fair, and the Interstate Fair at SkriiisB, Mifa., and for all of the larger celebra tions in tbe South this year. DEATH TRAP LOOP AT FAS? Down through the ages smoe tbe saw in the Coliseum at Rome tbrfBftl Xk populace, amusement manner bavt combed the earth to secure iHnt aad death-defymg featuree. Ihe big free attraction a IV Tot nessee rHate Fair this year w MlahoW Chcfuib in the Death Trap Loop. Here words are inadequate to convey a defi nite impression of thia marvelous pr formancc. Chefalo it) a native of Jaaoa, a land of romance and of mighty deeds of valor. It will be recalled that ta late James A. Bailey, managing dtrector of tli? Unrnum 4 Bailey Greatest Show on Earth, in searching the continent lor novel and Ben.'utional attraetiora for this big Hhow, brought to America Cbs fiio. who made his premiere on tbU aide of the water in Madison Square GaroVa, New York. The metropolitan DKwspa l'Tii teemed with matter descriMng Cha fulo's Loop the Loop performs ne Un stinting in Ita expenditure for nOTel fs tures, the Tennessee Ftate FTr man-agi-meut bnppiiy found it posHtble so e--!".;.:' Uiefalo and hi Death Trap Loo. which w'll thrill the thouiiU 1 t.mi. MqdcM to a fault and vet iaibocd with the courage of a Dumas hero, Cba- falo risks hw life twice a day and pro vides a form of entf ttainmeDt wjsieta with thrills. The Death Trap Loop h a mechanical contrivance, the mantes-fog of which has required years of patk-ai study. With rerves of steel CTiefalo V fieB the laws of gravitation. lie bos no imitators and stands alone am It tl envy of hia fellow performers la tbe field of outdoor entertainment. To eompanying illustration conveys aa k' f bis marvelous exhibition. 1 FEATURE 11