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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1917.
FOR SIX I05TDS
Had Suffered With Lung
Trouble for About
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I OUT OF TOWN NOTES. II
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NOW SOUND AND WELL
Took Long-Vita and Has
Gained Forty-one Poinds
"I was suffering villi luug troubL
for eighteen mouths ami had been
"""1) uciuuuiiascs iur I'.UOut SiX
mourns, baad Mr. Jasper Sullivun
Uie oilier day while talking about ln.s
experume with Luus-Vita. Mr. Su.
livuu lives on Kouiy 4, West Nash
Ail 'p. Tenn.
"I had tried three uoctors but got m,
relief whatever," continued Mr. Sulli
van. "At that time FeeiLg Lung-Vita
uverti.-ed iu the paper. I bought a
home and began taking it. aud be
iie 1 Lad taken the lirst bottle luv
keuorrbascs bad stupixfd. Today 1
iu sound and well. I weighe l
maety-seveu pounds when 1 began
taking Lung-Vita and now l weigh
It lias been two years since 1
Line taken any Lung-Vita, so yon
e see my recovery ia jennanent."
Lung-Vita is sold by all druggists
d dealer.?. (Adv. )
Mrs. Beatrice llarlln was the In
ited g-aest or Mrs. James Church
Tuesday night. Mrs. Maud Walker
:o!t for Nashville Friday to be the
i-uest of her husband, Mr. W. S.
Walker. The little infant of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Tucker was born
November 2 191G. After three
weeds' illness with whooping cough
I ttlo ltussell, Jr.. departed tills life
January 24, 117. Funeral s-crvices
Ji'.n. 2",. Kev. G. U. Norman olRclat
ii g. assisted by Mow E. 12. ltussell
ol Hampshire. The family lias the
s-ymnathy of the community. Tho
I.rd givotli and the l.trd taketli
way: blessed be tiie name of the
l.i !;. Kev. Norman was entertained
by Mr. and Mr. 11. K. Russell Sun
day it dinner. M-s. 1.. c. George
left fr Columb a Monday on a bus
:ni' trip. Miss Christine and Tear'
( 'lui!v!i arrived :rcm Nashville
Thursday to be the weekend guests
"f hnme folks. Kev. It. It. Flowers
left, for Lots Chapel Sunday in t!ie
interest of his quarterly meeting. l)r.
1. J. Kdward. IX I)., presiding thief,
will join him. The Sunday sehoo!
::t the A. M. K. ehureh lias laken on
i.ew li!( and is d;ng gimd work,
t'ome to Sunday school each Sun
fay school each Sunday at Claybori:
Chapel A. M. K. Church. Kev. ii. U
Norman preached an able sermon
Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. He chose
for a text Isa. 25:8. Subscribe for
the Nashville Globe and read It.
assistant superintendent; Miss Fan-U'ity and Mr. Frank Thompson
me J. Garmou. secretary: Mr. lien.
ry Jordan, treasurer. Teacher or
t'labs No. 1, Mrs, Willie Lewi:
Class No. 2, Mrs. Henrietta Monroe;
Class 3, Mrs. Missouri Morgan. On
the lirst Sunday Kev. V. 11. Jeffries
was at bis best. Ho preached a wou
uenul sermon to a crowded house.
The Kev. is a great preacher and the
right man in the right place.
Kev. G. W. Gray, our most worth v
I pastor, preached two able sermon?
I Sunday to a much enthused audi-
Mrs. A. I,. Wiilbiro imo ...., ..i
fiooi Nashville wimr-o i.o i...,. oluo- ar- s'"' "oing nicely in
visiting Mrs. T. K. Garrett. Nrs. i
Lizzie Fant Mc.llenrv spent
two uajs wiili Mrs. 11. m. Simmons
and N. K. Koss, en routo from St.
I'iiis to her home in Atlanta. Ga.
She enjoyed a pleasant stop-over. Mr.
Leonard Leech la able to be out
uu. Among the sick members of
lienevolent Order No. 107 are Mrs.
KUiel McKelvy, Kizzle l'eebles and
I. 'innia BryanU The Auxiliary Ben
evolent Society No. 194 is preparing
ii r a concert on the 4th Fridav
night In March. Rev. S. F. Majors,
pastor ot the A. M. E. Church, has
'con detained at home on account of
the serious Illness of two of his
ihildren, cue getting severely burned
during the holidays and the other
suffering with pneumonia. But we
are glad to state they are better at
ibis writing. Mrs. J. II. Harding
and daughters. Misses Virginia and
Louisa J. are able to be out again
after a few weeks' illness. Rev. J.
II. Harding assisted in the funerai
of Mrs. Krtie Jackson at 1-avergne,
Ten ii. Mrs. Jemima Mahry and
Maria Barnes, two of the oldest
members of Payne Chapel A. M. K.
Church, died, Sister Mabry on Thurs
day, Dee. 2S, and Sister Barnes on
Saturday, Dec. 3Uth. Their funerals
Wiliel Wadiiy King of Hnpkinsville
1 here visiting relatives and friends.
Miss 1'. 1,. Crutchlield, one of the
it school teachers, was called home
account of the illness of her
ujilier. Also Mrs. T. J. Mcl.eniore.
anther teacher of (be same school,
wae culled to Nash v lie to the burial
f lier brother. Mrs. Lizzie Mcln
tyre anil Mrs. Mollie Jones Lave
turned from a pleasant trio
where they visited relatievs.
Mrs. King Williams of Louisville
Ky., Is visiting this place. Mrs.
Williams is a frequent visitor of our
town. On account of her excellent
li.iring she lias won for herself
lunny friends. She is stopping at the
) onie of Mrs. Turn Porter on Risen
meet. Mr. Ernest Cooper and fam
ily have moved to I'liieago, 111. Their
friends regret very mueii fo give
11. cm up. The following have boon
on the sielc list since 1 ho lust issue.
Mrs. Johnnie lee, Mrs. Millie Pumas.
Mrs. Isctra Howard and Miss l.ul.i r,
l!olbs returned from a ploas.ini
trip of visiting relatives. Mr. 1s;:.t
Urynolils lied at his hem n Church
street this mornins:. The Parent
Teachers' Association will meet -it
tto public school buildin?,, the third
Friday, Feb. 10. at 2 o'clock. A:pro
iriate program will be rendered.
Sunday school our superiutendent ta rV , s: her Ala-
doine- all ha can to makn it t, ' s . "ecember 2. by Revs. T. J.
linn Sunday chonl T),o Rvn,ii i f'tllerIv' J- Harding and W. H.
?ard of the Stones River Baptist
Association held a very interesting
: w tnttauer. Sister Barnes. Dec. 31 by
1 Revs. T. J. Ktherly, J. A. Miller ami
i. H. Hardinc. K.ieh swi!;
meeting here Friday. Jan. 19. Ainon-: ! ; ' ' llari'g- kfh 'Uer com- ..tl,,!i(i, Muurtcri y
the members present were Revs. (f. led'.n, 6 us,e.fulness 01 the Sis- Chape? Sr. K. CI
W. Crav S S rniehv J (' Viol.U i
W. U. Wlutfiker, J. C. Kennon and : IL'' ll' '""I l""'- " Inde
J. L. Harding, Miss uise Harmon i fen'!ent "d lupl.tera of Uni-
is visiting relatives and friends, N"'. 1 lail dmrge ot thoir remains,
here. Mr. G. A. Kimbro. of Nash- Ml'' ,UaJ,e,r. f1''0- Indent. Inter
vllle. was the guest of Miss C. L. 'iP' ( blst(;r 0Mabr-v Arnold
b'idd Sundav. Mrs. James Brown is ornotni y. :uid Sister Dan,es at tho
indisposed at this writing. Mrs. i 'al"ton " l-'emctery. Little
Pearl Smith is visiting her parents , c:, a"!' '?rS 11 S'T are o:,
:..- men n.-u. Piaster Thomas Fan
mug, chief marshal of Anxiliarv li
Mr. and Mrs. B. Bittix.
Dr. S. A. Huff, the assistant sur
ceon of the Negro Baptist Hospital,
Memphis, Tenn., spent December 21
and 23 with his cousin, Mrs. Gather- I
ino Gannon. He returned home to
csume liis duties December 2(Uh jv
he was the inspector of two of th
i !ty schools. The Philadelphia Biv,.
list Church and Sunday School f(1I1
.Tanuary Mb bold its annual election
of oilicers for the Sunday school
with Kev. W. II. Jeffries chairman
of the nieet'i'g. The following olfi
iers and teachers were fleeted fo
the ensu'ng year: Mr. Amos Brown.
1 siilierJnlemlent; Mr. Tig Rolers- n
o. i. Pit, waa unable to meet us
hist Friday ou account of being in
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AS IT GROWS OLDER
f '"-MilintLAND Fl'RNACK.
. Sunday being a very fair day,
llev. S. P. McDonald preached a splen-
j did sermon at the M. K. Church. Rev.
A. L. Mav field preacliO'i a splendid
sermon Sunday evening at the A
M. K. I'huicii. Wo are very sorry
io say that Mrs. Kmily i-'linn depart
ill his life Friday, January 20th.
T.H7 at Clarksville. iller Temains
were brought to thos place and were
buried. Her funeral was preached
nt the Mt. Olive Baptist Church hv
Rev. T. W. Parrisli of Clarksville,
assisieu ny uov. j. a. stannuld of
Ui'lw-o sons ami a lu st nf frimnia tn
niourn her loss. While it i
onr loss we hope it is
Mieu.yviiie Tenn., were uiaiTied.
Kfcv. W. V. Hawkins otticiated. Mrs.
Carrie Couch, Mr. Bone Sutton und
Mrs. Sallie Coojier are sick. We re
giet to say Uiat we have lost one of
our greatest church workers in the
person of Brother Buck Sutton. Ho
departed this life January 24th. His
iimeialt was largely attended. He
leaves a wile, four children and a
liost of friends to mourn their loss.
The 'funeral was preached by Kev.
W. V. Hawkins, pastor. Sunday ser
vice: Our Sunday School is growing
continually. We have a large attend
ance now. Rev. Waltor Sutton of
Chicago, HI., preached a most able
sermon Sunday, January 2S, 1917, at
11:30 o'clock. The Allen Christian
Kndeavor at six thirty proved a suc
cess. Mrs. Mary L. Stephens read a
noble paper on the subject for the
the evening "Fruits of the Christian
l'ndeavor Tree." On the 8th of Jan.
Rev. Dr. Porter, our presiding elder,
held a most excellent quarterly con
ference. 35.10 was realized. The
presiding elder was paid and a Dice
sum was paid the pastor. It was
the best conference Hill's Chapel
has realized for several years.
Prof. W. M. Uixon. wbo has been
teaching here in the city school dur
ing the illness of the principal
1 rof. J. P. Greer,- has returned to
Chattanooga. Prof. J. P. Greer ha
.ill angry looking arm yet, but thinks
he is able to attend hi3 duties lu
the school room all right, blisses
.Vary D. Green and LuciV? Lamber
son were the guest3 of Miss Irene
Thomas last Saturday.
Please senlc your account with
the Globe agent and oblige.
Rev. ;. ii. Forrest, District super
intendent of the Chattanooga Dis
trict M. E. Church, will hold bis
meeting at Randolph
liurcii next Sundav
February 4th. Mrs. Guy Bradeu
is indisposed. Dr. M. L. Springs und
Miss Janie .Light foot were the guostj
of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kubinson out
on the Jasper pike last Sunday. Mr.
Ii. Nownliii who lias been in business
.ere for a few weeks, wa- called to
his home in Sparta, Tenn., his
Friday on account ot the illness o:
his father. The Negroes of Marion
f unity are clamoring for a high
school. They have had seve-'al
meeting to that effect. The county
superintendent and other members
of the hoard have met with them
in some of their meetings and the
"iitlook so far seems favorable.. The
Negro County High School Board Is
composed of the following named
: ersens: Mr. Brown McReynolds of
Jasper, Chairman; Mr. Jno, Griffith,
'.f Whitwell, I'ror. Jno. P. Greer, Dr
M. L. Springs, Dr. W. J. Astrap.
Mr. J. D. Martin, Rev. F. A. Hatcher,
Mr. J. Love and others whoso names
wo failed to get. Tbe'r next meeting
win lie it ut nere next Friday eve
ciuieu vurisutma uu, way, urn stuns . vine were quieuy married a
Christians would say we don't want
that old, preacher; he ain't fit U
preach, and, they would send for
the Bishop, - Presiding Elders and
turn him out." And I, the writer,
eay, when a Christian dances, turn
him. out Oh! if the pastors of
Chattanooga,. Memphis, Nashville and
other towns would preach such ser
mons Jid live it, you could feel the
spirit in Christians, in churches, iu
communities as in days of old. O!
let us get back to the old paths"
and let s sing as we feel the spirit.
Oh! for a heart to praise my God,
a heart from sin set free. May God,
help us all. Amen! s
2nd, at 8 o'clock p. m., at
IT GROWS BETTER
the Mt. Bethlehem Baptist Church.
Kver.vbody is invited to attend these
meetings. Mrs. Barrett of Steven
son, Ala., was tho guest of .irs. .1.
M. Hawkins last Sunday mid in the
iflornoon they visited Mrs. W. M.
l.eavt-n's gain. Rev. T. W. Parrish i Hill and family in north South
Pittsburg. Tho Cumberland Presbv-
tcrians are engaged in an old time
revival meeting nt their place of
worship, the Odd Fellows' Hall. The
pastor. Rev. Browder, began the
meetings and business called him
away and he left Rev. E. W. Wil
liams, the A. M. E. pastor, to conduct
preached a wonderful sermon at the I
Mt. Olive Baptist Church Monda i
night. January 21), l'.)!7. We are
i-lad to sny that Mr. Wm. Armstrong
is aide to be out again alter a few
I'.ays illness. Miss Mamie Vanlier
'eft Saturday evening for Dickson.
There was a social entertainment
Mrs. J. W. Pettye has returned
from Franklin. Ky where she has
been at the bed side ot her daughter,
Mrs. Johnnie Rucker. Miss Tharrah
Heliums has returned from Nashville.
Rev. Bob Dowell of Martin, Tenn..
peached an able sermon at Cedar
Point Church Thursday night, and at.
the M. E. Church Sunday night. Dr.
and Mrs. W. A. Thompson motored
to the country Wednesday. Mrs. W.
F. Young was the guest of Mrs. J.
P. Pennington Saturday. Those on
the sick list are Mr. Agnes Penning
ton, Rev. and Mrs. II. J. Bettye,
')oris Bradon Pennington, Mrs. Lucy
Heliums. Mr. C. H. Heliums Is in
llartsvllle on business. If you want
to know the news rmd the Globe,
one of the leading Negro papers ol
days ago at the residence of Dr.
Archibald Cary, Vernon Avenue. The
ceremony was perf jrnied, by Dr.
Carey. They are at home to their
many friends, 3024 Indiana Avenue,
IF Hi If
given at the home of Miss Beatrice j t lie meetings and he is having a
Yasser on January 21, 1917. Thev ! fraud success. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
v ere entertained in card playing and I Greer S'lent a few days with his pa-
A Hair Grower that won for itself over
4,000 Patrons Last Year.
stc rv-telling, alter w hich a threo
i1 luuiso menu was served. Itiose
$' present were Misses Ophe'ia, Mandie.
jrand Elnora Yatemon and Miss Em
;u ma Armstrong. Messrs. J. A. Stan
di field. L. A. Bowon, R. and J. P.
J I Vanlier, Jr., and Arthur Yasser.
H- Mr. W. M. Slayden was the guest of
lents in Jasper recently. Mrs. Claro
line liise has moved into llic house
daughter, Mrs. George
The Rev. C. H. Ivie, pastor ot
the Hantist Church, orenrho,! n
iss Ophelia Yalemon Sunday. Those . soul-stirring sermonn Sunday mom-
TJ 'en Gerron. and Mrs. Alberta, Brown, j Sundav night ar
4.1 Mrs. Isahelle Smith took up sub-! enjoyed by evei
jfUcrlption school Monday morning. , n. C. MeCorkle
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i are airs. .w. Keacen, little Kl- ing. also had a large congregation
and the sermon was
,'eryone present. Mrs
and Miss Sbeler
will entertain the School Improve
I.eague Tuesday night. A jolly time
s expected. Our school is progres
sing nicely. We have n vry ellieient
teacher in the person of Miss Conius
hbe'er, former State Normal student.
Mr. and SB's. J. W. MeCorkle are
absent from the city on a short visit
to Jackson and adjoining villages
Mrs. M. Pettis was called tin Dyers
burg to tho bedside ,of her sick
Everyone looks forward to the
weekly visit of the Globe.
Mr. James A. Hill of Pibot Knob,
was the leasant guest of Miss Hattie
. Burton Sunday afternoon. Mr.
Andrew Bender of Hendersonville
was the pleasant guest of Miss Hattie
nie B. Cantrell Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Katie Mcltenry spent the week
end in Nashville, visiting her mother-in-law,
Mrs. Txittie McTIenry.
Miss Lizzie Lee Sargent is on trie
slcy list. Miss H. A. Burton spent
last Sunday nnd Sunday night with
Willie I.ce Trolllni:er or Gallatin.
Mr. Shernfiohl Dryer of Henderson
ville was the guest of Miss Lizzie
! ee Sargent here Sunday. Tho C.
L. S. No. 1 met Thursday night.
Much business was transacted.
Road the Globe and keep up and
-end what the Negro race is doing.
So let us be up and doing as this is
New Year, we must be busy about
our Father's business.
Dear Editor: Please find space In
he Glol e. tho Negro mouthpiece,
and publish the news of this section
f the country. The Rev. R. A.
Dowell, the pastor of the Methodist
Vpiacopal Church at Martin, made n
(lying trip to visit his mother, broth
er and sister, nnd have a good old
hand shaking with his many friond3
last week. The many friends wish J
ed to hear hira preach but he had
an engagement to preach at Cherry I
Valley and bis stay was short, but ,
we hope to have him come ngain
soon and preach for us.. Brother
Charley Dowell Is on tho sick list i
this week, also Brother Leonard j
Whitley is confined to his bed. We
may that they will soon recover.
The ladies gave a Box Supper on
Saturday night, January 27th in
the midst of falling weather. They
"enlisted a success. Tho following
Indies worked hard to help the
church suweed along the many lines,
Mrs. Mandy Whitley, Mrs. Wm. Neal.
Miss Mary Lee Noble. Sunday wa
another high day at the Methodist
Episcopal Church. In the midst of
the inclement weather the people
atlendod the services day and night.
Our pastor. Rev. Wm. Neal. preached
Sunday morning from Matthew 21:
13. Do used as a text, "My house
hall be called the house ol prayer."
lie used as a theme, "A clean house
lor health and strength." At night
he preached another able sermon,
lie used as a text Jchn 14th chapter
nnd a part of the 6th verse. At
the close of his sermon live youn.?
men came forward for prayer at the
V.tar. Collection for the day, $10.27.
Yv'e think this well, as the people
could not do much work for six or
more weeks. The pastor is still in
sisting on the people to subscribe
for the Globe. It is quite a task to
get some of our people to read. Ev
ery Negro should eat less candy and
read more news.
We are having a deal of rain.
Mrs. Dora Sanders Is very sick at
this writing. Mr. E. J. Carrall or
Trenton is visiting Mrs. Mary C
Tuoui'is of Cades. Mrs. Bessie Car
nes is bettor at this time. Mra.
Krancis White is. very sick with
rheumatism. Mrs. Mattie Algee is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Francis
White. Mr. Jacks .in Sanders visited
our community la week. Brother
Douglass preached Sunday, quite an
Interest was nian'.tst. We are al
ways glad to hava him in our midst.
The Sunday school superintendent
reports good schools and the old r.s
interested. Mr. L. I,. Chatman call-!
ojora Sniuiooan e.m Sunoi eui se a
ed to see Mr. E. II. Thomas tUis week
on business. M. Chatman is a hust
ling, trucker and Is now busy prepar
ing for same. The mother and sister
of Mr. Eugene Booker were nt
church Sunday to hear Bro. Douglass
Mt. M. L. Thomas reports a glorious
time in the section of the. country
he visited last week. Ha seems to
i.ll smiles. I think he and Miss are
figuring on trying to get hold on the
Doable rope sentinel sometime soon.
A. M. Thomas made a flying trip to
Milan Sunday. We don't think he
will make many more trips before
be will fetch her out to keep house
for him. People are thinking ot
gardening just as soon as the weath
er will permit. i
I hope those that are not reading
the Globe will avail themselves of
the opportunity by seeing Mrs. C.
P. Thomas, agent
Faulk was secretary of th Suniai
school at the A. M. E. Church an a
promising young lady. Mr.
is a brilliant and industrious yo
man, formerly of Jackson, Miss. Ther
will leave soon for Toledo, Ohto.
where they will make tbelr fuur
home. We regret very much to ff
them up but wish for them a lt4i
happy aud successful life. Mr. Homar
Rickman has moved to No. 7 Dlstrtpt
Miss Mollie Wheeler cf Corln.
Miss., Is to make her home with I". y
and Mrs. Dave Hickman. Miss a
Ludden who has been very Blck U
improving slowly. Mr. and Mqa.
Loin Trice are the proud parent (
a fine boy. Mr. Charlie Raybon has
moved to his old home In mld
Tennessee. Mr. Nelson Trice has
moved to Dyer, Ten. Mr. and Mna
Ernest James spent Monday a4
Tuesday with the bride's relatives,
Mrs. Mariah Bass who has been
seriously ill is much Improved at
t his writing. Miss Mattie Jane
Adams of Shelbyvllle, Tenn., is visit
ing her cousin, Miss Margie Mai
beeves). Mr. Mitchell Adams has
moved to Tremble, Tenn. Master
Arthur Faulks has gone to make
his home with his uncle, Mr. Wil
liam Gibson of Hot Springs, Ark. !
Mr. Ernest James is here from Tole- j
do, Ohio, where he has been at work i
eince the first of August. Mrs. Roy I
Crenshaw and littlo daughter spent !
Saturday and Sunday with lier Aunt j
Mrs. Sam Faulks. Mrs. Saul Faullcsi
rpent Friday and Saturday with her I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reeves. I
On January 21st, in the presence of I
a few of their many friends, Miss
li ma Lee Faulks and Mr. Ernest j
James were quietly married in the
heme of the bride. Rev. Killibrewj
performed the ceremony. Miss
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of her siik cousin, Mrs.
Ceirgia Cook. Mrs. Angerline Brown
wire of Prof. O. Brown, died at
her home near Pleasant Grove on
the 2i'th and was: buried In the KiiiH
Chapel cemetery the 21st. Funeral
Fcrvlis were conducted by Rev. D.
Menter. pastor of Smith drove Ilni
Mt Church, of which Mrs. Brown
was a consistent member. She wh
a ineml er of the Knights Friend
Rhip. She leaves a father, mother,
two s'sters, three brothers and n
hast of relatives and friends t
tn ou ni their loss, but we hope It 1
heaven s gain. Mr. Bert Parks and
train. Mr. McCrarv of Elorn. dron
his two sons, . Bonnie and Bill, went Led in to see the Giobe man Monday
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n a visit to his brother, Mr. Robert
Parks in Ludaoo Bottom Friday. It
is said to be plenty of came down
there. They went prepared to do
r.ome hunting;. Mr. Willie Bland and
bis nephew, John L. Bland, and Mr.
W. L. Parks, went to Lucads Bot
tom Saturday on a bit; hunt. Thev
report a nice time and plenty of
Rame. Little Miss Kla. Mai Rice of
Rialto. is vIslinR her grandmother,
Mrs. Ella Alexander. Mr. and Mrs.
.Tas. D. Matthews were visiting Mrs.
Matthews' sister, Mrs. John O. Sims,
at Pleasant Grove Snndnv. Mr. Wil
l'o Bland ,1a a little Indisposed from
his big hunting trio in Lucado
Bottom. There were eleven initiat
ed Into the Knights of Frlenship at
Pieasant Grove Wednesday night,
lodge No. 22. and two at Mt. Carmel,
lodge No. 25. We are having spring
like weather at this writing.
See Willie Alexander for the lead
ing newspaper published by the race.
Little Leslie M. Reynolds is Im
proving after a very seriouu illness.
Mrs. Alfred Osom and Mr. Buchanan,
the brother of Miss Susio Guchanan,
cf 5H.S W. Campbell street were the
guests of their uncle, Bert Buchanan
and family am Sunday. We were
more than glad to see them. -They
returned to their home Monday, In
Chattanooga, on the four o'clock
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Please allow me space to say a
few words about Bell Buckle.
Our Christmas exercise waa grand.
Vnt n stone was left unturned. Our
children received many beautiful
presents. On Saturday before Xmai
day Mlsa Cornelia Jackson of this
t consult a physician about his wife
teems to be possessed with an In
curable disease. She Is a member
of the A. M. B. Church at that place.
The ministers organized an Alliance
again last Wednesday. Revs. W. S.
Bishop, president; E. M. Smith, secy;
Rev. J. M. Brown, pastor of St.
Paul A. M. E. Church, preached two
ptrong sermons last Sunday mornins
from text 'Self justification." Luke
10:29. Henrtv Aniens were heard
all over the house, while tome were
moved to rise and praise God and
express their token of love bv
shaking hands. Praise God for such
power in the pulpit as phown by
this God-sent Christian gentleman,
and acknowledged leadins pastor of
the state of Tennessee, as It has
been already said by some of the
distinguished divines of our zion. At
night be wenched from II-Chron. 6:
8. "Who "then is willing." Subject
"Self-Consecration." Tho preacher
completely set the house on fire as
Jie briefly explained to us what the
divine claims on man were and the
divine grounds for the same.
Among tho manv things ho said God
demands the whole of our service,
nnd I anplaud one thing highly, and
thnt is th's, he said. "If I ere to go
We are indeed glad to have the
beautiful rays ot sunshine, as we have
had so many stormy days. We- are
, orc-ed to believe that spring will i
scon be present. The Sunday school
of Patterson's Chapel Is a 8 hiulng
light to the community. The supt.,
Bro. P. H. Hyde is ever at his post
of duty. The grand secretary, Miss,
I.urlie Williams, made her report
for the year 1816 Casn received,
$51.00; paid out, 4C.0O: In bank,
$5.00. The stxirk made Its appear
ance at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Samue! Scales, Whltsitt avnue, and
left a bouncing boy January 21st,
1917. and a fine girl at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall, "YThit
sitt aveniie, January 29, 1917. Dr.
G. M. Kendricks Is attending them.
The sick are, Mra. Annie King, Mr.
Thomas McCord and Mr. Ben Ogle
ton. Enjoyable was the dinner given
at the residence of Mr. and Mra.
Phillip H. Hyde, Monday, January
15. 1917, In honor1 oj their Biarter.
Miss Elsie M. Peebles, and cousin,
Miss Viola James. Covers were laid
or twelve. Mra Hyde was assisted
in receiving by her sister, Mrs.
Carrie L. Blackmail. A four course
menu was served .consisting ot
goose, cranberry sauce, celery, let
tuce, creamed Irish potatoes, can
died sweet potatoes, spaghetti, pic
kles, salmon salad, cake and jello sew
ed In orange baskets. Tho honorees
and guests all left with pleasant
emlles. Miss Rachel B. Burns has
returned from Windsor, Ont., Cana
da. She reported a pleasant stay.
Miss Ester Tynerson of Foster ave.,
who has been on the sick list for
two weeks, ia much better now, and
'er attending physician, Dr. Q. M.
Kendrick, states that she will be out
again in a few days. Die Is quite
popular lu our town.
Miss Krysteen G. Carter who Is
confined to her led with La Grippe
Is reported better. We wish for her
a speedy .recovery. Miss Ida Bell
Bates is confined with La Grippe
She is improving nicely. Little
Thadls Stephens spent last Mondav
eve with little James Elwood Carter.
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