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TjHE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY IS, 1907.
I CITY ITEMS. ::
Messrs. Henry Blackwel!, Brady and
Andrew Rico Ewlng, Jr., left Nash
ville, Tuesday evening, Jan. 15, 1907,
cn route for Kansas City, Mo., where
they remain for an indefinite stay.
They will reach St. Louis Wednesday
and remain over for a few hours.
Miss II.' Louise Perkins is with the
mailing department at the A. M. EL
Mrs. Jojm Young is much better aft
er a few days of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Streator, of Mur
rell street, entertained Miss Hadnott,
of Tuskegee, and Dr. S. S. Carutners,
at dinner Thursday evening January
Miss Matilda Jamison, who has been
in the city visiting her parents on Jef
ferson street, ' returned to St Louis
Mrs. Jane E. Napier, mother of Mr.
J. C. Napier, who is now with her
daughter in St Louis, Mo., has been
very ill for the past week and it was
once thought she would not recover.
Her children here were much ag
grieved, and Mr. and Mrs. Napier had
already planned to go to her bedside,
but they received word this week
that she is now slowly improving.
Miss Viola Baker, who has been vis
iting relatives in Gallatin, has re
turned. Mr. Jame3 Harlan, who is in the
Pullman service, is visiting his fam
ily thi8 week.
Mrs. Oallie D. House, the National
Secretary of the Ex-slave Movement,
will leave for Lexington, Miss., and
New Orleans, Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. James Harlan are vis
iting their parents of Hendersonville,
Miss S. Christine Perkins lias re
turned from Chicago after a nine
Mrs. Emma Laws, of 1915 Hermosa
Btreet, is convalescing after a brief ill
ness. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. McGavock, of 24
Wharf avenue, were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Lee, of West Nash
Mr. Jesse Randolph, of Patterson
street, who was quite ill last week, is
able to be at his-work.
- Miss Martha C. Grisham, of Jackson
street, has nearly recovered from the
effects of a heavy cold.
Miss Mary L. Clark, of Jo Johnston
avenue, is slightly indisposed.
Mr. Charles H. Burrill, secretary of
the Globe Publishing Company, who
has been suffering with neuralgia, has
Mr. II. L. King, of Patterson street,
is suffering with neuralgia of the face.
Mrs. Fannie McGee, of Decatur, Ala.,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jane Davis,
of Bass street, and other friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jamas, of 193
Fillmore street, gave a dinner in honor
of their guests Mr. and Mrs. Radcliffe.
Those present were Mrs. Julia Danny
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mary
Rev. E. J. Gregg, Secretary of Chris
tian Endeavor League of Jacksonville,
Fla., will speak at St. Paul Sunday
Miss Drusilla Hill, of Division street,
is on the sick list this week.
Mrs. Millie Hale is improving slow-
Mrs. Ellen Ratcliffe is suffering with
Miss Mlttle Halfacre, of Franklin,
Tenn., spent Saturday and Sunday In
Rev. E. P. Ellis and Miss Viola
Tedford Glascoe were united in wed
lock at the home of the bride's sis
ter, Wednesday night, January 16,
with Rev. C. II. Boone officiating.
Dr. W. D. Chappelle left the city
Wednesday morning to attend the
Bishop's Council, which convened in
Kansas City, January 17.
Dr. W. H. Heard, of Atlanta, Ga.,
preached a wonderful sermon at St.
Paul A. M. E. Church last Sunday
Mr. Henry A. Boyd, who has been
suffering from an attack of rheuma
tism, which somewhat retarded his lo
cuni'jticn, has filmost entirely recov
Mr. A. T. Landers, of the Baptist
Publishing House, was slightly indis
posed a few days last week.
Rev. Preston Taylor Is out of the city
for two weeks recuperating In Florida.
Hard work and a big business forced
Dr. Taylor to take this much needed
Mr. S. P. Toney, of 1700 Patterson
street, who has been confined to his
bed since the holidays, is improving
Miss Minnie Toney, of Patterson
street, will return to school at Normal,
Ala., the first of next month.
Rev. E. W. D. Isaac, D. D., arrived
Sunday, after having spent about three
weeks on a lecture tour in the state of
Mis. Josie Henderson," of Twelfth
avenue, North, is much better.
Mra Walter Hadley, of Sixteenth
avenue, North, who has been very
sick, is improving. .
'Mrs. Jennie Nelson, of Webster
street, is again quite sick.
Miss Carrie Bailey, of Chicago, spent
the Christmas in the city visitins: her
Mr. Allen Johnson, one of the oldest
members of the First Baptist Church,
hast iasnvllle, died last week.
All of the services of the First Baiv
tist Church, East Nashville, Sunday,
wero largely attended.
The People's Mutual Benefit Asso
ciation, on the East Side, of which Mr.
J. Baker is President, and Mr. B. G.
Bryant, Secretary, had their annual
banquet last Wednesday nisrht at the
First Baptist Church, East Nashville,
luey rendered an excellent program.
Refreshments were served. A lare
number joined the Association.
Mr. Earnest Cole was substitute let
ter carrier on route No. 9 Wednesday
and Thursday of this week.
The real estate market seems to be
on the boom among the Negro popula
tion of Nashville. Quite a number of
transfers were recorded this week in
which they, acquired homesteads.
Mr. Wyman Brady is the collector'
for the Globe. He will call soon.
Mrs.- Garfield Morton, of 5 Marshall
street, who has been seriously ill, is
able to be up.
Mr. Garfield Holbert, of 1027 Thir
teenth avenue, South, is much im
proved but still conflred to his room.
Deacon O. vv. Stokes is very much
indisposed at this writing.
The many friends of Mr. Stephen
Wimms, of Ament street, mourn his
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Campbell, of 1031
Ament street, spent several days in
Columbia at the family reunion and re
turned home Monday accompanied by
Mr. Joseph Campbell, who spent sever
al days in the city.
Mrs. Susan Lowe, Principal of the
Tennessee School for the Blind, and
Misses M. M. Hunter and Lizzie Wells,
two of the teachers, are now preparing
the pupils for a drill and exhibition
to be rendered when the members of
the General Assembly make their an
For fear your friends in other cities,
who have lived in Nashville, do not
know what is going on, send them a
copy of the Globe.
Miss John D. Thompson is visiting
relatives in Birmingham, Ala., where
she Is expected to remain for two
The Senior "Meds" at Meharry will
have to face about two examinations
per week for the next two months.
Miss Bessie L. Martin has been at
Wilson's Drug Store, South Nashville,
for a month assisting during the holi
day rush, is home again at 524 Third
Mrs. W. A. Plummer and little
daughter, of Cairo. 111., sister of Miss
es Emma and J. DeWitt Shorter are
visiting her mother at 1803 Church
street. They will remain a v;eek or
ten days as Mrs. Shorter's health Is
not so good.
News has reached Nashville that Mr.
E. D. Sielski, a prominent citizen of
San Antonio, Texas, met with a serious
accident. On going home one nizht
last week, he found a burglar in his
house and in an attempt to capture
him was shot in the mouth by the
thief, the bullet lodging in his throat
Dr. R. F. Boyd visited Merrrohls.
Tenn., this week. It is said that he
went to the city on the bluff to per
form a difficult operation, havine been
called by some of the young physicians
wno had finished at Meharry. The na
ture of the operation has not been
learned, but it is believed that it was
a major one in which surgical skill was
needed as well as experience in the
practice of medicine.
Word reached Nashville that Miss
Hester O. Brown made quite an im
pression at Decatur, Ala., and at the
A. k. M. College, Normal, where she
is spending the week.
It is learned that on the country
road, just six miles out from Nashville,
colored women are forced to work
with rock, many of them crushing rock
ana carrying it as the men.
Mrs. Ella B. McLernore, of. Pelham
Manor, New York, is In the citv for
an Indefinite time. While here she will
be the guest of Mrs. Philip Douglass
of 130G Jackson street.
Miss Henri M. Camobell. of the Na
tional B. Y. P. U. office force, who
nas neen ill for several days, is able to
be at her desn again.
Mrs. M. M. Thorne, of Tremont ave
nue, Is ill.
Miss Willie E. Battle continues to
improve from her recent illness.
Miss Ada U Harris, of Fourth ave
nue, South, who has been quite ill foi
the past tv o weeks, hi able to be out.
Mrs. Dr. J. T. Wilson is back from
Atlanta, f,a., where she has been for
eome Upi at the bedside of a very
sick mother, who was left convales-
"g oy-uie doctor.
A JOLLY TIME.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I. Henderson en
tertained a number of their friends Fri
day evening, January 4, in honor of
their sister, Mrs. Blanche Henderson,
of Chicago, 111. Games and music were
the principal features of the evening.
The guests remembered the host and
hostess with cheering toasts during
the time of the repast Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bentlv. Misses
Virginia Broughton, Sadie Winston.
Hattie Watkins and Mollie Hadley,
Messrs. A. R. Stump. Searcy. R. John
son, Cockrill and S. L. Carter.
REV. BECKHAM TO LEAVE. '
Rev. Wm. Beckham is planning to
leave the city soon. He has been
home since early part of December,
aving undergone a successful opera
tion. He is now able to get out and
will spend possibly two or three
months on the road before returning
to Nashville. A very long itenerary
of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Radcliffe.
is being arranged as follows:
Jan. 23, 24, 25, Bowling Green. Kv.:
Jan. 27, Memphis. Tenn.: Jan. 29. 30.
Cairo, 111.; Jan. 31, Feb. 1. Louisville,
Ky.: Feb. 2, 3. Cincinnati. O.: Feb. 4.
Indianapolis, J.nd.; Feb. 5, Franklin,
ina.; Feb. 7 and 8, Chicago, 111.; Feb.
and 12, Grand Rapids. Mich.: Feb. 13.
Dayton, O.; Feb. 14, Springfield, O.;
Feb. 15 to 19. Columbus. O.: Feb. 20 to
22, Pittsburg, Pa.; Feb. 23 to 24, Wheet
ing. W. Ya.: Feb. 25 to 26. Washing
ton, D. C. The new dates will be made
some time in next week.
Rev. Giles Davis, formerly Dastor
of Baker's Chapel C. M. E. Church.
preached here last Tuesday night to
a large and appreciative audience. .
Prof. G. W. Hynes made two exhi
bitions of his , fine scene plays here
Mrs. Emma Dozier spent last Sun
day at Edgefield Junction, -
Miss Anna L. Hendricks s sDend-
Ing this week at Ridgetop.
Mrs. Litha Grizzard visited Nash
ille this week. 1
Mr. Thomas Jones, of Nashville,
isited Mr. Charles Finch last week.
Mr. Finch was sick for several
weeks, but he is well again.
Miss Rosa B. Hendricks is an im
portant factor in the Congregational
Mrs. Willie Finch recently present
ed Rev. J. C. Russell with a box of
fine linen paper and envelopes.
Rev. R. C. McLendon had matric
ulated at the Walden Theological Sem-
Mrs. Kate Utley declares that the
Globe is indispensable to real race
Mr. Ernest Baker, who is temrjor-
arlly residing in Nashville, visited
relatives and friends last Sunday.
Mr. G. W. Haynes will preach at the
Congregational Church next Sunday.
Miss Kittie Garrett begins the New
Year by renewing her subscription
or tne uiobe.
Mr. J. J. Green, a student of the
college department of Fisk Universi
ty, will visit here next iSunday and
render assistance in religious ser
Mr. J. M. Payne takes advantage
of every opportunity to widen the
circulation of the Globe, and the
fruits of his effort are seen in the
new interest and race pride which
this community has received within
the past few months.
Messrs. Nicholas Matthews and
Will Patton renewed their subscrip
tions for the Globe last week.
Miss Idabelle Phillips, of Cane
Springs, Ky.; visited her grand-parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Phillips,
Rev. S. M. Utley, of the West Nash
ville District held his Second Quar
terly Conference at Brook's Chapel
M. E. Church, Saturday night, Jan
uary 12. The meeting was very in
teresting and the largest attended
quarterly conference in this church
for many years. Rev. Utley is a man
of great ability and presides with
such cool deliberation, which has won
for him the confidence and respect
of "his ' congregation. Rev. Utley
states that Brook's Chapel is ahead
of all the other churches in his Dis
trict in paying the pastor and other
Mr. an,! Mrs. Ed Bills, after an ill
ness of about two months were both
able to attend church last Sunday
and take communion.
Rev. James Finnell, of Brook's
Chapel, M. E. Church, is taking a
course in theology at Walden Univer
Mr. Rice Ewing, of Na.shville, spent
Inst Monday in Brentwood, visiting
the family of Mr. Roden Perkins and
left last evening for St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Laura Spratt is quite sick at
her home on the Granny White Pike.
Mr. John Armstrong lost a very
very fine mare last week, she was
only sick a few hours.
Messrs. Bell Leek and R. Harper
have the contract for widening the
railroad track in Dr. Oden's cut The
nice weather has allowed them to
make good head-way with their work.
TAYLOR Sc CO.
Fnneral Directors and
CARRIAGES TOR HIRE.
iiv Forth Avenue, forth,
Nashviiie, - - Tenn.
Mr. William D. Vernon went
to Tuskegee a few days ago to enter
that institution, when they examined
him they found he was too far ad
vanced for their grades, so one of the
teachers wrote his father, Mr. Sam
uel Vernon. .
The Box Entertainment at Jackson
Temple C. M". E. Church last Monday
night, was a grand affair and a bril
liant success. The ladies were there
with, their boxes handsomely decorated
on the outside and deliciously filled on
the inside. A handsome willow rocker
was the prize given to the Sunday
school by Mr. D. A. Dortch, the Broad
way merchant, and was awarded to
Miss Cornelia Price, of Eleventh ave
nue, North, she having the most pret
tily decorated box. The prizes for the
little folks were captured by Misses
Daisy Thomas and Ruth Upshaw, they
having brought in the largest amounts
in their kegs. The Sunday school
wishes to thank all who assisted them
in this entertainment
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS.
At Friendship Lodge, No 72, K. of P.,
Monday night, Deputy Grand Chan
cellor for the middle district of Tenn
essee, A. W. Fite, installed the follow
ing officers for the first semi-annual
term of 1907: C. C, Dr. Julius A. Mc
Millan ;-V. C, W. R. Martin; M. of W.,
D. Wesley Crutcher; M. of F., Rufus
Martin; M. of Ex., Dr. R. S. White;
K. of R. and S.f T. Clay Moore; I. G.,
Wm. Ferguson; O. G., John Lowery;
M. at A., William Peters; Trustees,
Russell Howard, D. Wesley Crutcher,
T. Clay Moore. The lodge has enjoyed
unbounded prosperity since its institu
tion and under the newly elected offi
cers it expects to go forward with the
SUNDAY AT THE SECOND BAP
Sunday. January 20. will be an im
portant day at the ' Second Baptist
Church, corner Stevens and Deluge
streets, South Nashville, of which Rev.
G. B. Taylor is pastor. This church
will have a big rally the entire day.
The purpose of the rally is to raise
money to cancel the indebtedness on
the church and furniture. They have
recently installed a very handsome
quarter-sawed oak pulpit, three beauti
ful gothlc top, plain leather upholster
ed pulpit chairs, one marble top com
munion table and an entire set of the
latest quarter-sawed oak church pews.
These pews are possibly the newest in
Nashville. The seat is curved bottom
and back, straight seating, affording a
comfortable, clean and up-to-date
church pew. All of this furniture was
secured from the Church Supply De
partment of the National Baptist Pub
lishing Board, and Rey. Taylor Is loud
in his praises of the satisfaction given.
A very unique program has been ar
ranged for Sunday. Rev. R. H. Boyd
will speak In the afternoon and Dr. E.
W. D. Isaac at. night Other ministers
have been invited to participate. Mr.
Henry A. Boyd has been invited to
act as Master of Ceremonies for the
occasion. It 13 expected that South
Nashviiie will turn out in full, as this
new furniture is quite an addition to
The marriage reception of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Voorhies was .held at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
DeWees, of Ament street, Monday
evening. The large number of friends
of the happy pair who were present
joined in the festivities of the occa
sion. The newly wedded pair was the
recipient of a large number of presents
Those present were Mesdames Rich
ard Merrill, Wm. James, Wm. Perkins,
A. B. ' Brown, Bettie Anderson, Nellie
Williams, Lizzie Barnes, Susie Per
kins, Misses Vannoy C. Webster,
Mary Whittakor, Evelina Barnes,
Eleanor Battle, Carrie Ewlng, Susie L
Dodson, Carrie Walker, Velma Mose
ley. Amanda Edmonson, J. DeWitt
Shorter. Lottie Harris, Beulah Perkins,
Brucie Mai Ewing, Bessie Garrett, Vir
ginia Whittaker, Clara Frlerson, Fan
nie Watkins, Eloise Frierson, Emma
James, Estella Bright, Leola Bright,
Lillie Bright, Matilda L. Hargraves,
Maggie Hargraves, Lizzie Stockell, Mai
Liza Stockell, little Harris, Annie M
Rucker, Messrs. Orlando J. Voorhies,
J. L. G. Voorhies, Thos. Webster, S.
Voorhies, Thomas Webster, Shedrick
Geo. 0. Boyd, Jr
J. Fmuh l'.iittlo.
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Snort Wood and Coal Orders promptly deHrjred.
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The Best Ytricty and the Most Reliable
Clothing, Hats, Etc.,
PHONE 322 3-L.
RESIDENCE: 61S WEBSTEB STREET.
Varley & Bauman.
823 Union St.' Phone 5(i0.
The Beit Variety and the Host Sellable Place
In the City.
Dry Goods, lotions, Cloaks, Etc.,
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RESIDENCE: 6 J 8 WEBSTER STREET.
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The Largest and Beit Stock to Select from
In the City.
To the Madaia of the House:
AXY TIME YOU i
Call Main 2160
Hunt's Employment Office,
Joiner, James E. Hurt, B. Foster, J. W.
Franklin, F. M. Rhodes, G. H. Reld, E.
M. Mcintosh, Wm. Perkins, Hugo
Stokes, E. J. Frierson, George O. Dar
den, L O. Walker, Sam Huston, Leon
Hurt, Scovtl Richardson, George Up
shaw, 'Ed. BMerson, James L. Hunter,
Jr., J. O. Battle, Allen Whittaker, Sam
Tenner, Andrew Hudson, Milton Dar
den, Joe Webster, Sr., Joe Webster,
Jr., Lewis Walker, Charlie Walker, H.
B. Stokes, Marshall Reynolds, Richard,
Perkins and Thos. J. Webster.
very Btream of joy and pleasure
upon which silvery water rocked In
the ship of ' sweetest contentedness
you may ride to the beautiml island of
delightfulness and here resting upon
flowery beds of satisfaction, feast on
the luscious fruit of happiness as one
by one diamonds of talent sparkle on
the be.ach of action.
Such are Prince Herman's enter
tainments. Crowded . houses continue
to greet them. Next wek they receive
at First Baptist Church, East Nash
ville, Monday and Wednesday nights,
Jan. 21 and 23; Mount Ziun Baptist
Church, Tuesday and Thursday nights,
Jan. 22 and 24; Payne Chapel A. M. E.
Church, Friday night, Jan. 25.