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! Rev. V. R. Smith held the third
J quarterly conference last week. A
; exl session . was observed. Rev.
Smith was at his lest. Two uulted
I with MoCaliels Temple during the
quarter. . Rev. B. -V. Ros (filled the
j pulpit for Rev. Dowell Sunday. Rev.
I iMwell was indisposed. Rev. R. II.
Peoples - fa HI. 'He was nnahle' to
preach for his congregation. Rev.
f Tinilierlake. presiding elder of Miles
Chapel C. M. E. Church, is with his
I people this city. Willie Mai Martin
is very sick at this writing. There
j Is an epidemic of measles in the
-iiy. Mrs. Lula II. Rideout and Miss
I Cora J,. Rrlnklcy left, Sunday - for
Humlinldt. Little- Andrew -Warner
died at the home of his i parejts
LUNG-VITA GAVE RELIEFi; hree weeks. The funeral was con-
; ' ducted at ycOalie's Temple, of which
Sunday school he was a member. Mr.
I Clyde Silvertooth departed this life
Sunday. May rth. at the home of
; his mother, this city. The funeral
i was attended at McOalies Temple
by Rev. DoweTl, assisted by Rev. W.
R. Smith. Much sympathy is extend-
Suffered With Asth
ma for Five Years
SSI J . .
-ana was . in
Bad Shape
Did the Work After All Else'
. Had Failed
Rev. V. B. Crenshaw of the C. E.
church hail bairtiting services Sunday.
Mrs. Iaura Hunt of Nashville spent
the week with Mrs. R. E. Hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Walker and Rev.
I. S. Davis were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Hunt at dinner Sunday.
Rev. 1,V. Watkiiis went to uis
charge Sumkiy at Kirk mans. ; ,
Miss rVnnie B. ifardlrig. Miss Villia
M. Wilson were visitors at the Mt.
Lebanon Church Sunday school.
Brother R. E. Hunt preached at Car
ters Creek 5th Sunday of last month.
iProL W. G. Ilynes exhibited here
last Satuday night to a nice audience.
Mr. Theobdore beuox has returned
from Memphis where he has been dur
ing the fall and winter months.
"I had suffered wit asthma for
Eve years and could not sleep at
night," said lira. Frank Warner, who
lives at 101 South Fifth street, in her
etl to the family by
friemK of
Mr. Pete Ir-
whom there are many
viu died May 1st at his suburban
home, this city. The funeral wns
statement today. -I had smoiheriugin(ll,(-tc;! ' Rev Jones of Paris.
leun. .iirs. Ava tsowaen ana mile
'Waterloo, Iowa, where
make their future home.
thev will
sltpllc nnn u-nQ in t'-irt in lvul clitint
Afi, ovorvthi'n oi'i,...! i,n.i i 1 dmitrhicr left fviturday night for
asked iny doctor if there was no
remedy that would give me relief.
ami ue said that if anything would
1, pip that Lung- Vita would. I tried
it two years ago, and to njy surprise
it did the work, where all the rest
had failed. I think it a great medi
cine." I.uug-Vita is perfectly harmless
and will quickly relieve a cold or
ct.ugb. Keep a bottle at home.
Lung-Vita i sold by drugg sts a id
dealers. Adv.
I Quite a large crowd attended the
! rally and basket dinner at Brooks'.
1 Chapel Sunday. Mrs. , Sarah Wil
liams and sons returned Wednesday
! from St. Louis, Mo. Miss Alivee
, Imniei is seriously ill at her home
on Main street. Misses Pauline and
1 Quotce Wills spent Wednesday and
'Thursday of- last week in Hickman.
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE They report a tine time. Mrs. Ellen
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS. !lirkon returned Friday to her home
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18. In Necaturvllle. Mr. I.eroy Bell of
1017 Rives 8eiit Tuesday very pleasantly
131 '' 'in the city. Miss Era West of Wood-
( land Mills spent Sunday in the city,
i Miss Cornelia Burma returned Fri-
The muting of the Indian Buffalo "V ' a Pleasant vimi u
,.r.,?. .i .ii., iT.,i...,', .m lWershurg. Miss Ixla Smith of
be hold Sunday afternoon with the Mt. ' "-vs
Zion ihipttot Church on Jefferson St..:f'ov" 8 r,t' , Rf' R- ,ent
instead of with the Tabernacle Baptist i oodlai.d Mills shopped in the city
,-i..,-it , aV.iu ot 'Friday. Mrs. Dora Moore of Martin
aii ,n,mw t ti, vnHoi, r.aip.la 1 eimt several days very pleasantly
and Motoka t-laues are asked 'to be r- X!r8;,nE1lle" e7;
present as business of Importance per- Mr Kllen Pnre o Gibl.s Sundayed
u! i,. Pn. h. in the city. The Missionary Society
(1 .111. ,1UII V. 11.. ll vii vn hvi'I,
! their weekly meeting in the home
'of Mr. Morgan Bowden, who Is seri
One of the most delightful events
that Columbia lias had the pleasure to
eixioy was at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
r. u. Hunter, 511 West 9tlf Street.
Saturday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30
when their daughter, Miss Owena Hr-
niino gave a piano recital after which
a delicious Ice Course was served. Mrs.
Hunter was assisted in serving the
guests by her son, Master Robert Boyd
The following were present: Mrs. B.
V. Davis, Mrs. A. P. Crews. Mrs. A. M.
Kelly, Mrs. Dora Perkins, Mrs. Minnie
Bradahaw and daughter. Mrs A. G.
Morell and daughter and Misses Hester
and Lucile Lawrence. Following is the
t. Studies from Russell, Kos. 16 and
Master Floyd Reynolds is taking
much interest In farming this year.
Mrs. Georgia Cox and daughter,
Misa Carrie Cox left Tor their home at
Clifton Pord.fVa; last Friday Her
brother Rev. U R, Diggs accompanied
thein as far as Chattanooga
As spring has "opened up. here come
Martlia, Tenn. I thiuk this is the first
letter for Martha Jjiis year,
Willie Gregory'' Jnes ts spenling a
few weeks wlth-hfa grandmother in
Nashville, Mrs. Katie Jones Patterson,
formerly of Martha. - - -
.Mrs. A. C. Searcy of Nashville left
for Chicago. 111., last' week. '
Rev. J. R, Statton preached a won
derful sermon for the Knlghta of Py
thias of Stiver Springs . lodge. He
preached Matt 11:28. A large crowd
attended. Rev. English, pastor of tie
Rutland Chuch offered prayer after
the sermon:
Mrs.-J. H." Jones visited Mrs. An
drew Kelly Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Wade McGrigger, Mrs.- Verger
Carver and Miss Hester Mian visited
Mrs. Maude Seacy Jones last week.
"Willie Gergory Jones wdll return
home In a few days from tla .grand
mother's in Nashville.
Mrs. -Maude Searcy Jones entertato
ed at dinner Sunday; her. uncle Mr.
George Northern of Mt. Juliet, also Mr
and Mrs. Tom Patteson and Mrs. Vesta
Clemnions of Nashville anl Mrs. Sallle
Van Davis who lives uear the Hermit
age. Mrs. Maude Jones, Mrs. Clara
Thompson and Mrs Sanumie Jones vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Whiteside Sun
day also her :Father Mr. Morgan Bates
and Mr. Arthur Wilson.
Will write again soon.
The front brum o Mr. and M-i- O.
W. Oanta being wed for this game.
Read the Nashville Globe.
- ... KY.
Misses N. B. and J. E. Board and
Lillian Radley, Mr. F. A. Smith and
Mr. E. U Dixon, county teachers, at
tended the Kentucky Negro - Educa
tional Association in Louisville " last
week." Mr. Andrew Smith. Rosle
'Cray Croft, Malinda Cole and Lewis
Churchill are ou the sick, list' this
week. Rev. Geo. D. Miller filled his
pulpit as usual here, ;Sitnday and
left again for" Richmond," Ky., to
visit wife and daughter. Kev. F. A.
Smith went - to Campebellvllle.
Greensburg and Suramersville on' a
business tr(p' last Saturday, Mr. Ed
ward: Warfield . died : at his home at
Cecilia Sunday morning. May Htm
Funeral services .were conducted by
the pastor and burial In the church
cemetery. . Quito a large ' number
were In attendance at Sunday school
Sunday.. ; i .
ed of.
Mr. T. G. Marshall, Chief.
Mrs. Cora Jordan-White
ously ill. Quite an interesting and,
spirilual meeting was held. The
next meeting will be in the home of
Mr. Bill l.ee, who is also sick. Mr.
John Unchurch left Saturday for
i Paris to he at the Vedside of his s's
I ter. Mrs. Mann Bn.wn is spending
Ipometinin In Nashville where she Is
2. "Good-bye My Highland Uiss."
Richard Goerdeler.
:!. "Fifth Nocturne" op. 5'i .1. Ley
bach. A. "The Maiden's Prayer." Bader
5. "Titanic," Wely.
6. "In The Sweet Bye and Bye."
(Theme and variations). Webster.
Mrs. L. L. Taylor of Chicago was a '
recent visitor of our city. While here
she was the guest of Mrs. Luoile Nloh
elson. Mrs. Laura Smith of North High
street entertained at dinner in honor
of Mrs. U L. Taylor of Chicago.
Miss Maggie Green attended the
Commencement of Meharry Medical!
College in Nnshville last week.
IMrs. ItloM Trotter left last week for!
Chicago to visit her brother, Mr. Ed.
Hiilface. Her stay In the wiidy city ;
will be indefinite.
Miss 'Alice Hord has ' returned
home from Knoxville where she has
been attending school. Mrs. Genia
Mummy is still sick. Mrs. G. II.
Halliburton is convalescing. Mvs.
Arthur Hord and little daughter
left last Tuesday for Dayton, Ohio.
Mr. Esquire Wigging of South Pitts
burg spent the week-end here. Mr.
and Mrs, W. M. Daniel ot Thompson
Creek were the guests of their
daughter, Mrs. Susie Moore, - Sun
day. Miss Pearl Hord, Miss Rosa
Lyons and Miss Jenella Hord have
returned 'from Bellbuckle, wlwere
they have lieea attending the May
Festival. They report a Kplendld
time. Mrs. Idella Hord and : Mrs.
Caroline Phillips left Sunday for
Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Martin
of Wartrac are the guests of their
mother, Mrs. Jane Hodge. Miss
Cornelia ' Hodge left Sunday for
Nashville. Mr. apd Mrs. Jesse Sima
of Thompson Creek were here Sun
day. 1 . .
all three-ot the. Pastors, and, theltl
members assembled at the A. M.
Church, in connection with theoinlon
revival which has been going on for
three weeks.- Rev. Whittakar, the
pastor ot .the Baptist church preach
ed which "was enjoyed . by all who
heard him.- At, 3:30, the churches re
assembled in 'several classes. The
meeting is long to be remembered. At
8:30 Rev.' T. X: Moore, preached the
sermon of his life to a crowded
house.- - Rev.- Moore, - knows - what - to
say, and when to say it. The union
service was well attended all day.
The revival will close Friday night. A
barrel -of -the - necessities-of life will
be presented to each, minister.. The
affair is being pushed' by Rev. W.IW.J
Jenkins, and W. M. (.JohnBon. Mrs:
Cordelia and Callie Broeks, attended-
the board meeting at Decherd last
weekl accompaiuefl : by jRev. i Br
Marchbjanli :and wife, and Rev. Whit
take. iMra. Ada-Okley. made a visit
to Trtncfcester last Week. ' Mrs. OkTeyl
is quite a business woman. Miss
Mamie Rhoten, a live wire in the MT
E. Churoh,. is bringing the young peo
ple to. the front fast for thrcoming
conference. " there " will be a great
rally at the M. E. Church the 4th
day. Mrs. Lomie Alexander Scott,
filled, her place well Jn church Sunday.!
Mrs: -Ida Hammonds, has the -leading-class
in Sunday school each Sunday.
Mr. Elliott Gupton, has accepted a
lucrative position at the Henry King
The Installation of Benevoleiut Or
der No. HIT was held at Solomon Cha
lel, April '.'2. Quite a large crowd wit-
made by Revs. W. B. Lnsk, .1. L. Webb PB&tor, Kev. e.. j. fua'CK.
v ivroio o,i f --..i, T,ed fortv dollars. e, the
cream, candies and cakes were served. if Simpson Chapel,
M. Wilbur Couch and Miss Annie
Mai Suble.tt were invited in the holy
bonds of wedlock on May Urd, the
writer of these notes officiating.
The writer of these notes made a
flying it r'.p to Watertown. Alexandria,
Shop Springs, Uberty, New Mddleton
and other places in Wilson. Smith and
DeKalh Counties in the interest of
the Benevolent Order.
Mr. Henry . Cannon is rapidly im
proving. The home of our pastor Rev. S. F.
Majors 'wais visited b," the Attgel of
Death and summoned his 10 months
a 1 - i i e . . . . -n.- ..i - - - i f.. 1 . .
Rev. H. L. P. Jones, pastor of St. ; lmam"
Paul, Nashville and Rev. Edwards. Pre-1 pa!.y' . ,
.Mrs. n. .i. iMiuiuoiis aim 1. r. ivihh
cal'eil to see Masses Mary Battle and
Josie Lefbwitch last Sunday.
Mr. Harry Cannon and Mrs. Katey
Fort are spending a few days in
s'ding Elder of the Columbia District
passed through here last Friday en
route to Mit. Pleasant to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Charles Jordan.
Prof. J. H. Kelly made a business
The members of Stiusnn Chapel
M; E. Church gave a rally for our
we rais-
shall never for
get the good members of the C. P.
Church. They stood by us. We
itfiall not forget them. Mr. Claud
Green and Miss Maud Robinson were
tiuietly married May C. 1917. We
recret the serious Illness of Miss
Susie Dysart's daughter. We wish
for her speedy recovery. Miss
Susie Dvsart and Bister and broth
er made a flying trip to Shelbyville
Tenn.. Sunday and report a nice
time. The stork visited Mr. John
Lee Hlghtower and Mrs. Illghtower
and left a fine girl.
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The closing exercises of the Fayette
ilSttiVim MM SIMM
OK dti'W.
Iui ji uly llllli Hrrulln to ovr hair m.l jjj
i(n in j i I yuur ntiiUi, iuurr, siui'dmiii. ku
ky, hrr mi.le strlolil, smtolh. ilhv, Qli;ts
mak.M yfjr ti.tr orow w4 .rtid t.tulllul
i' iiii:-.! d!il-afr. ij Itrhlin ol Ihe iwlu anJ
Ijllr.j i.ir j1 unio. pon I u hot I onj. Aiiblf
Hero Um 'jd.
Vnd r-stjmbi or coln-'blor a bla eon t H' R
HIM1. l iKi Lj.V ll Hrrollne drcsn't sa1il
. HtROiINt MIDI INt CO., Atlanta. Ga.
I to undai'go a serious operation. The trip to .xasuviue last weeK,
; i. f m 7i..n r M 1' I ;?.lr. .Tnhn Sniiit.h one of the oldest
RlBM ! Churc h are arranging to enlertaia j members of St. Paul A. M. E. Church
;the public with a week-end "May Is dmgcrously i!l at his home In Mace
Fair" leuinnins Monday. Miiv 14th. : donla.
The com m: I lees are busy and arej 1 line h: nisjs Baptist . iMiurcn. ; County; T.aining School took place in
nialiin. superliunian efforts to make I a large building, was entirely too ; the 0f the school.On Wednesday
tlieso eries of ciuertaMiments thcsmnll to accomodate the many hun-l njght the primary ami intermediate
dreds of people who gathered there rtennrtnwnls gave "The Courtship of
May ftt.li to participate in and witness Mother Goose, on Thursday night, the
their annual foot washing j advanced grades gave the Japanese
The Revival held at St. Taul A. M. Operetta, "The Princess Chrysanthe
R. Church closed last week with 20 or, mmn 0n pri)av night the first Gradu
more conversions. This meeting was I Mwr Exeroisrs-TfC're held. The address
grandest of the seison. Mr. Will
Lindsey left Monday for St. I.ouK
where he lias accented a position.
Mr. Lindsey citnie to this place a
few years avo from New Orleans,
La. lieingp a man of inestimable
character and senile disposition he
won for himself many friends, both
white and colored. We loathe to
give him up but wish for him much
sitccc--. The Ron Ton Literary Club
met wit) Mrs. t'ha3.
(i'endalc avenue, Friday
Says ImpgiV Is '
l a Wonderful
be without a bottle of Impgo in her -liotise;
recommends Impgo Liniment
to ioll -her friends.- as . a . wonderful'
pain killer. All. druggists, 25o ,an
riiic." If your dealer does not handle
Impgo; it will 'be mailed, prepared, '
receipt of price. Adv. ; .'
i r -L- ..J Kin mnivFV L
-liza B. Crutcher, S10 Berry
street, East NashvUle, Tenn., 1 said
she 'wanted- to give hef Leal-ty ft-
dursement to Impgo " Liniment fo.
wlm i,t did for her. She has used it
for rheumatism with the most grati-
wholesale house, and was placed on I tying -resulte ; said ehe would never
the staff with Sambo Scott and Amos
Ryles. Mr. Jeff Ryles, was called to
Shelbyville last week to be present at
the bed side of his grand father. He
was- accompained by his brother,
Amos. Mrs.- Bettie Kines, died Mon
day morning at 2:30 after lingering
quite a while. She was buried ly
the Eastern Sar in the Citizens
Cemetery. Her funeral was conduct
ed by ReV. Adam Nelson, of Union
Ridge, at the A. M. E. Church. Rev.
J. W. Richmond, was in Sewanee Sun
day preaching the gospel. For the
Globe, see Miss Janle Mai Jenkins,
she is pushing tothe front, and will
deliver it at your door every Satur
day. Peter Bates, who has been quite
ill is much improved. Mrs. -Ora
Smartt, is able to be out without
crutches again.' Mrs. Minnie Wash
Holoway, is walking light on the car
pet again. Mrs. Nettie ; Mottalow, is
a great Globe readeragain.- Mr. Sam
Harris, was a live wire in Sunday
school Sunday. Mrs. Cordelia Shaw,
and Mrs. Mattle C. Estell, read the
Globe but they want to know what
has become of - the ' Clarion. Bob
Davis.- is an ideal farmer and he
knows when to plant and where to
plant. Mr. Ed Irving, of Wartrace,
and Mrs. Campbell, were' present at
the funeral of Mrs. Bettie Klnes. Mr.
Charlie . Buchanan is sojourning In
Fayetteville, this week. Mrs. Sam
Harris, was able to fill her place in
church Sunday. For the Globe, see
Janie Mai Jenkins. Mrs.' Idella Neal,
is still confined to her bed. For
straight news, and good news, read
the Globe and keep posted like nttle
Margaret. W. L. Miller, Editor,
Nashville Globe was here Saturday
night and supped with Rev. and Mrs.
Wm. Jenkins.
The Ideal Art and Literary Club
met with Mrs, Luia Mason, presi
dent. -The meeting opened with Misa
Joe B. Bramlette ut the piano. Song,
"Holy, Holy." Prayer by the chap
lain, Mrs. . Eunice Simpson, "Blet be
the tie that binds" was sung. The
minutes of the last meeting were j
read and approved. The roll was
ailed and each member responded i
with n vtrse from, the Bible, also j
visitors. The club then went Into
nn excellent litei"ary program. Mrs. 1
Cora Danderfield read a beautiful I
l.-api- on "Truth," which was re-!
ponded to by each member of the ;
club present. Mrs. Joe B. Bramlette
was at her best in her solo, "I am
nearer home." Miss Susie Bridfeo-
forlh at the piano. An excellent
conducted by Dr. A. A. W. Hill, the not- waa delivered by Elder Stevens ofipaper on "Envy" wa read by Mrs.
ed evangolist of Louisville. Ty. Dr. HIH Jackson. Tenn. The address was very
!s known as the Black Blly Sunday. pactical, and highly enjoyed by stu
The themes discussed in the meeting dents nnd matrons. The exercises for
were novel, and forcefully put. His (Wednesday were very entertaining, the best selections.
Peter Martin. Mrs. Lula Mason, our
beloved president, sang "Are you
from Dixie?"' which is one of her
Mi-s. Adella Mc-
Taylor on j preaching attracted l.meTTowds every I success of that entertainment was ; Cleveland Terrv, of Omaha, Nehras-
aftcrnotm. I night. Dr. Hill is an actor in the pulpi largely due to Miss Davis and Mrs. W. I was a pleasant visitor and she
H' my n-'-wr nnd ndvicfo- t'p III
1 et nie Irl -,uwh ui " arry to live 8uccesfu"
u d hai'V. end your full nuiru-, Birtli-dutel
uud 25 cm 3
I") F.. Woodh itJi!e St. Detroit, Mich.
May 4th. The president was ol. , rather a daniatist. He acts out his ser
l.er post of duty nnd a meeting or. mons and concretely illustrates them,
much interest was held. The sub-! His sermon on the Prodigal Son, The
jeet, "The Negro Criminal." was; Sinking of the Titanic, No Bums and
discussed by al present. After busi-' T cafe is Wanted in God's Yinevard,
iicfs a verv pleasant hour was i-pent , That Hell Born Black Stumbling Block,
socially. The hostess served a two- The Valley of Dry Bones are well
course' menu. The rlub adjourned to j worth hearing anywhere. This list does
meet next with Miss Minna Davis; by no means exhaust his great pro
op Collo'-'e street. After, an extend-1 gram. He organized the church to car
ed visit in the home of her parents, , ry out his plan in the meeting. Misses
Mis. Charlie C. Fowler returned! Flora and Cora Tyler and Mrs. Olivia
Mondav night to her home in Chan-; Nicholson were the Scripture readers.
ralim. 111. Dr. and Mrs. S. H. J.I Miss Min'a Morrell was Secretary.Rev
WE OFFER tkareuRhly flood
and reliable beJUwtih rU4v
clear dfar-reaching ton
at vtrv low prices. Thilr
satisfactory performaace aad dura
bility is backed by the oiakers' Knaraa
iee and by our reputation of handling
only the best on the market.
Get our discounts and be convinced
of the real value offered.
Syperiar Cast Steel Church
and School Bells
Write for Prices. Send stamp
for reply.
l H. BOYD, D. 0.. Secretary,
r23 Second Itl.R.,
RasbTUla, Ten.
David are now located on Green
wood avenue. Miss Estella Jones is
trending some time with Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Price at Gibbs. Rev.
Grinter of Newbern spent a few
hours very pleasantly in our city
last Friday. Rev. E. A. Warren of
Hickman was a visitor in the
Monday. Mr. Fred Wells returned
home Sunday from Shelbyville.
where he spent a very pleasant and
profitable school term in Turner
Normal. Mr. Wrells Is a young man
cf sterling finalities and has lofty
I'Sjilrations. He is courteous and
magnanimous. Ills career lies main
ly in the future, therefore he is mak
ing every preparation to be worthy
of all that opportunity might bring
to his door. We are glad to wel
come him home and we predict for
him a bright future. . Miss Erna
Hell Coleman of Hickman spent a
few hours In the city Monday en
ih ute to Humboldt. Mrs. Katherlne
Tucker of Newbern spent Tuesday
afternoon in the city ns the gueat
of Mr.s. Gertrude Wade. Mrs.
Tucker was en route home from
Oakt.on, Ky., where she attended the
funeral lot her sister, Mrs. Ella
Tucker. Mrs. Willie Utley of Rives
stopped in tlie city Tuesday. Mra.
' James White is on the sick list.
Alonza Robinson and T. A. Wngfleld
and Mrs. Myra Porter were the Gene
rals. R. D. Ward nnd the members of
the choir wore badges. The meeting
wound up with a procession of ladies
and young people dressed in white car-
ryng out the idea of Christ receiving
city i his bride, the Church. Mrs. .Mary Logue
Harris was the bride. Her attendants
were iMesdnmes Myra Potter, Bettie
Webster, Lula Dawson, Bessie Ed
wards. Mane Frierson, Rosa Gordon,
Ruthie May Parkes Lady Ann Fergu-
Bon, Lizzie Webster, Mary Webster,
Sweetie Williams.
The Stewardess Board, The Daugh
ters of Zion, Wiling Workers, Kings
Daughters and the leading Star
Boards are all organized and working
for rally the first Sunday in June.
Mr. and Mlrs. A. T. Moirell iwtill cele
brate their silver anniversary May the
IS. Invitations have been issued.
In a big mass meeting, the colored
people of the County, Sunday, Dr. J.
Q. Johnson got through resolutions en
dorsing the pres'demt's appeal to the
country to raise more foodstuffs ; pledg
ing them to the support of the admini
stration in the war; and co-operating
with the State and local authorities to
make these measures effective.
Brothers Phtneas Baker, Clar
ence Perkins and George Davis, some
of the Sunday School Congress' ac
tive workers visited our Sunday
school, Sunday working in the interest
of the Congress which will convene
in Nashville, Jne 13-18. Each made
short, but interesting talks. They also
contributed liberally to our Sunday
school financially.
We are,.preparlng to meet the Con
gress. We had baptizing Sunday iwhlch was
glorious In every particular. Rev. I.
S. Davis was at his best. Collection,
P. Ware. It was very beautifully cos
tumed, and the parts were well ren
dered. Alice Higgason was the Prin
cess, Pinkney Mebane, Prince So-True
Moses Elder: Prince So Sli; Will-lam
P. Wrare, Jr., Top Not : Mary Lee Webb'
Saucer Eyes; Asa King, Emperor of
Japan; George Cobb, Tulip; Henrietta
Green, Yum Yum: Queen Jones, Toto-,
Ida Mardell, Dudu.
.Marguerite O. Ware was the only
graduate. 'Her essay was entitled The
Proper Education for a Girl."
Miss R. E. Davis was the musical di
rector aind Margaret Ware was the ac
companist. This Training School is in the black
belt of Tennessee. I thas the third
best building of the forty training
schools of the south. The people have
given above $4000 for the school the
past two sessions. The Negroes have
given above $(1900 towards the educa
tion of themselves the past two school
years. They have built a ten room
building put in two furnaces, and a
water tank to supply water- for school
and community. The state, county,
Boards contributed to the building
Jeans, Slater and General - Education
which Is modern in equipment. Sew
ing, icooktng, handicraft, and manual
training are a part of the course of
Prof. W. P. Ware Is principal of the
school and has carried on an exten
sion work, reaching out in the County.
Nine Farmers Conferences have been
carried on beside the onj at the
Training School. This county has a
great many progressive fannies In lt.
they control many valuale acres of
lamid. . The educational opportunities
are developing fast through this school
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IMrs. Mary McReynolds is some bet
ter afiter several weeks Illness.
Mr. B. iM. Council of Birmingham,
Ala., is visiting his brother.
Mr. A. P. Shookley, Miss 3. A. Light
foot and Mr. John Williams visited
Mr. and Mire. A. ,F. Shockley Sunday.
The health of this communlly is
verv good at present.
Mrs. Cora Thiurman and Miss Tyizzle
Gennls attended service at Victoria
The fanners are very busy In this
section preparing their soil and plant
ing corn. Prom the outlook It seems
that a large quantity ot food will be
The M. E. Church, under the pasto
rate of iltev. L. R. Liggs Is steadiil
Mir. A. P. Shockley and Bro., Mr.
B. iM. Council and also Master Frank
Council dined with Mr. R. B. Uoherson
last Thursday.
Rev. Hampton of the A. and I. State
Normal was here last Friday visiting
the City school. He gave a profitable
leotnre after the exercise. He tried to
impress upon the people the need of
cooperation'. His lecture will he long
remembered . The long expected May
Day exercise was held Friday night
at the CJty School. The little May
Queen, OHie Elliott, ruled with charm-lng-f?race.
Nellie Hickerson waa Flow,
er Queen. Dora McGee was Queen of
fairies. The little brownies played an
Important part.
iMiss Adams is to be congratulated
on her splendid work.
Mrs. G. E'. Vannoy left Tuesday for
Lewisbwg to spend a few months 'wtth
relatives and friends.
The base .ball game between Man
Chester and Tullahoma resulted in the
defeat of Tullahoma. ,The scores being
4 to 2, Jn favor of Manchester. Cro
quet is quite an interesting game liere.
rendered some of the latest music,
with Miss Susie B. Bridgeforth at
the piano. Misses I.enora Bridgeforth
and Mary H. Carter sang beautifully
After the program, the club collect
ed from aprons, $!, from the social
evening $2.20, dues 10c. . Total col
lected for treasury and to help the
poor, $8.30. Thea the president
served the club with a delicious
course of cake nnd pine apple with
whipped cream. Each member
brought some lovely work for in
spection. Those present were Mrs.
Lizzie Suggs, Mrs. Eunice Simpson,
Mrs. If. Nason, Mrs. F. Martin, Sirs,
G. James, Sirs. SI. A. Turner, Sirs.
M. L. Burch, Sirs. L. SI. McKlsaack,
Miss Ada SL Jordan, Mrs. Callie
Bramlette, srrs. M. A. Bridgeforth,
Mrs. Eula Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Henri
etta Gant, Mrs. Sadie Dally, Miss
Joe B. Bramlette, Sirs. Cora Danger-
field. Visitors present, Mrs. Adella
M. Terry. Omaha. Nebraska, Misses
Susie and Lenora Bridgeforth, Miss
Mary H. Carter, Sirs. Lucy Jordan.
Club song, "God be with you till we
meet again." Adjournment to meet
with Srrs. L. M. SfcKissack. Work,
crochet edge lace. Mrs. M. A. Tur
ner has just returned from the En
dowment Board meeting of me
Courts of Calanthe, State of Tennes
see at Knoxville and reports a suc
cessful meeting. They met at the
residence ot me urana wormy vjoun-
sellor. Sirs. Cora E. Burke. Mrs. Mc
Millan, the secretary of the Burial
Bureau, wag present. The receipts
for the Endowment for the quarter
were near three thousand dollars
and they paid out In death claims
near two thousand dollars. The
funds of this department have in
creased steadily from year to year
until they have on hand at present
a cash balance of over sixteen
thousand dollars. They do not have
any lawsuits, but psiv all claims le
gal without delay. The next meet
ing wlili be held in Mempnss just
before the sitting of the general
meeting In July. Rev. Robinson, the
pastor of . Sit. Lehanon Baptise
Church, preached a noble sermonv-Ht
Peulah Baptist Ohurch. ,tya:iy -y.jflf
our people hive gone for some points
in the north and others are talking
of going. We hope that the exodus
will soon stop and our people wlli'
continue to be happy and prosperous
In their -native town.
t will serve to lengthen
his days of service. Why
not make your pastor a
present of a water-proof
garment? A garment con
sists of boots and trousers
made into one water-proof
suit. Write for. prices.
Send stamp for reply
. Address all Communications to , ,
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ly led by Rev. Whlttaker. At 11 : 30 j I)(.)XX)r)HXX)
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