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TITT1 NASilVILLu UlAJUfr,
THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY .15, 1507.
OUR NATIONAL DROP-HEAD
BALL BEARINGS! EASY RUNNING!! PERFECT STITCHING!!!
THE MACHINE CAN BE CONVERTED INTO A NEAT AND
ATTRACTIVE DESK VHEN NOT IN USE.
Thomas Abernathy, of Brentwood,
Tenn., 35 years.
Thomas Jordan, 405 Stonewall St.,
Mary Moore, Mercy Hospital, 43
Caroline Reed, St. Cloud Hill, 60
Harriett Thompson, 13 East Hill st,
Aspen Ogg Coleman, 714 Jo John
ston avenue, 11 months,
Anna May Gordon, 1814 Clifton pike, Ue ' f . ' v
11 vears. e cnestnuts; no, not so much
Prof. J. C. Crawley Is home from
the Custom House. The department
at Washington having abolished the
position of janitor. This step was tak
en because Maj. Wills and one of his
political advisers wanted this done In
order that a certain white man would
be given that job in the building. But
the Major and his political adviser
doubtless have reached the conclusion
that they have no further need for the
Negro than to use him as a cat's-paw
in pulling out the political chestnuts
from the fire; but he is not to eat any
Joseph Flemming, 1901 Albion St.,
T O A. A " r A 4 A
A f.nnn muiiun IT Tin I rpp tu i m u a n orirrl "aut UI anny woore, iuanK
A VJUUU mWUinDl rAK Ul1 IlLr riUUCi street, 0.
Ben Whittaker, 11)35 Hawkins street,
Dicey Johnson, 51 Trimble street,
71 years. ;. .
Thomas Goodan, 161.5 Woods Alley,
932 Fourth avenue,
The lemalns of Mrs. Millie Aber
nathy, who died instantly at . her
daughter's residence In Nashville,
were brought here for lntermeit
Services were held at the A. M. E.
Church by Elder Wm. Moore Satur
day. Interment In Toussalnt L'Ouver
Mrs. Sue Smith Hughes was burled
Mrs. Tom Doyle has returned home1
from Nashville, where she has been
with her sick daughter.
Miss Almera Williams has returned
from Fisk on account of falling health.
She will go down Mondays and Tues
days to her music.
Misses M. L. Doblnsoa and Hazel
Doyle, of South Franklin, were in
: SilliX : mm
Head Sewing Ma
chines is one of the
No. 2, Seven Drawers.
South, 11 days.
Hawey Smith, City Hospital, 62
latest models, and street, 14 days.
is made of carefully Williams Cams, 1103 Church street,
selected quarter- 43 years. .
i u Infant of Henrietta Jones,
sawed Golden Oak, churchstreet
highly polished and infant of George and Lena Cunning-
ornamented with ham, 230 Fifth avenue, South.
finish Hlchard McIIiael, 136 12th avenue,
Wllley Carney, 1118 Poterfleld, 5
on drawers and
cabinet. It also
has a tape-measure
marked in colors on
top part of wood
I ,A TEN-YEAR GUARANTEE ACCOMPANIES EACH ORDER.
This is trlctly a high
grade machine , of
the drop head pattern,
made in accordance with
Twentieth Century ideas,
finely built, light running,
easily managed, durable
and handsomely finished.
Itiseqm lin EVERY PAR
TICULAR to the machines
mold through agents at from
40.00 to $60.00. We do not
offer these machines in com"
petition with the cheap and
roughly built machines
which are being advertised
at almost any price the
purchaser is willing to pay.
But we offer those who de
sire a really high-grade ma.
chine an opportunity to
,get one f.r LESS THAN
HALF what such amchine
would cost if bought from
No. 1. Five Drawees.
to be allowed to hold even a tempo
rary orace in the county conventions!
All they want him to do Is to go
around, and persuade other Negroes to
help them to down all other Republic town Saturday.
cans who may happen to differ with Mi 3, A. N. C. Williams' hand Is
them politically, and that difference al- much better. She was spurred by a
ways comes when it Is not helping the rooster.
would-be bosses to stay in office. Mr. M. Freeman was out Sunday to
They seem not to care for the success the burial of Mr. H. Scott.
of the party, but only for the govern
ment teat they are holding on to. But
we will see what we will see.
Cherry J., the little daughter of Rev.
I nnrl 1Wia fWarlr HnrAnrj At A Tl 1 v ... I
Johnson, .Heraan t -" Christian Endeavor League,
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Baptist Church. Rev. James Finnell. "
of Brentwood and Rev. Bedford Tay- Last Sunday afternoon a rousing
lor, of Nolensville pike, Qfflclated. meeting of the Allen Christian En-
Misses Eunice and Susie Vernon, of deavor 'Leagues was held at Payne
Walden University, spent last Satur- Chapel A. M. E. Church in East Nash-
day and Sunday with their parents, vine. This was the regular monthly
Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Vernon. meeting, and it having been an-
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carter, of Nash- nounced that the Rt Rev. Evans Ty-
ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Roden Per- ree, D. D.t would deliver an address,
kins last week. . and also Dr. W. D. Chappelle, Sec-
Mrs. Hubbard newsome will visit retary of the A. M. E. Church Sunday
her daughter, Mrs. Emma Winston, of School Union, caused a large and en-
Orme, Tenn., this week. thuslastic audience to be out. The
Mr. Thomas Abernathy - departed pastor, Dr. Flagg, was detained by clr-
thia life last Thursday night about 9 cumstances over which he had no con
oclock. Mr. Abernathy was a mem- trol and Bishop Tyree opened the
ber of Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church, meeting. The choir and congregation
where his funeral was attended last sang a beautiful anthem and Dr.
Saturday by Revs. James F.' Finnel, Boone, pastor of St. Paul A. M. E.
Alex. Merritt and Mark Owens to a Church, offered prayer. The meeting
large number of sympathizing friends had not progressed far before Dr,
who came to pay their respects to the Hagg, the president, arrived and took
deceased. He was laid to rest in charge or the meeting. He urged the
Baine's grave yard. members of the various leagues to be-
Mrs. Mary Owens, an aged lady, stir themselves and put forth their
was seriously hurt while getting off best efforts to foster the cause of
the train at Brentwood last Sunday Christianity.
morning. Dr. Chappelle was the hrst speaker.
Mr. Merryweather gave an interest- He made a ft Interesting address, ad-
ing stereopticon entertainment at Mt. monlshing his hearers to put away all
Lebanon Baptist Church last Saturday strife and make a united effort to gath-
nlght, which was very much enjoyed r into tne unqeavors the young peo-
. ; .
by the young people.
pie who are, apparently, showing nq
de?lre to become Interested in Chris
tian work. He said he was deeply
concerned about the national meeting
to be held In July and was, anloup
MR. WYMON BRADY.
The representative of the Nash-
Miss Johnnie Oneal delightfully en
tertalned the Ladies' Embroidc-iy Club that Nashville do herself proud in the
recently at her home 615 Courtland waY 01 enieriaining tne tnousanas
street. After the business meeting who will be her guests on that ooca-
was over the ladles were ushered into slon
ville Globe. He is coming to see you the dining room where a four-course Bishop Tyree followed Dr. Chap
soon. Be ready at all times. menu was served. Fruit salad was pelle, and in hia inimitable style en
Mr. Brady is the only agent we have served by Miss Latie N. Williams: Pertained the meeting for over thirty
on this side of the river. . Any one chocolate cream by Miss Sadie R, An- minutes. He made a strong plea for
else coming to you as representative derson; wine by little Carrie Williams. tne saving of the young people. He
of the Globe Is an Impostor. ' The table was artistically decorated sald nothing was grander than a civil
GLOBE PUBLISHING COMPANY, with Jonquils and vines. Among those meeting wnere tne young minds could
SOLD BY THE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD, D. DM Secretary
D. A. HART, MANAGER.
John McKlssIck and Florence By-
Ross Linton and Ella Mason.
Marshall White and Bessie Robert'
who enjoyed the affair were Mes- he red on wnoiesome thoughts. The
dames J. B. Sublett. H. P. Scales. Hor- ms&op dwelt at lengtn upon punctual
ace Mitchell, Mamie Vaughn, Walter uy- tQere was not a pie, nor
Page, G. B. Brady, Misses Llllle M. a cnicKen, nor a caKe, nor a turuey m
Lillard, Buelah Miller, and Elma A. the world good enouSh to make him
Williams. Mrs. Lizzie Calhoun, of DreaK an engagement, and aamon
ished the people to be prompt In every
thing, and to let six o'clock mean six,
lie;r and not to wait until the time to go
to start to getting ready. He said
523 Second Avenue, North,
Kansas City, was guest of Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bonds, of In
dianapolis, Ind., .are visiting
Orant Thomnson and Annie Thomrj- mother Mrs. Ellen Bonds.
son. a number or young people were de- M-Uilt uw UttU Icatucu lutJ L" uc ttU1
Izar Allison and Sadie May Thomp- lightfully entertained at the home of lo maKe se11 a secona consiaerauon,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Overall, 522 E. Sevier ana woma me remainaer oi nis aays
streftt. in honor of Misses Ella Darden. laoor ior me saivauon or orners
Emma T. Chears and Mr. Cole, of Speaking of' the time when age would
Nashville. Various '.frames werft en- make nls steps lalnt, be said: 'When
joyed until late in the evening, when 1 Set awav out In the deeP water UP
refreshments were served. Those lo mv tnroat, up 10 my ears so aeep
nrpprt werp Misspq Vpra Ieo f!olp. that I have only one echo left, call me
man. Willie Todd. Cordie Douglass, and I will answer your call. You have
Nashville Portrait Company
Frames, Glass, Hacks, Portraits, Etc.,
118 Fourth Ave., K., Nashville, Toim.
WORK DONE IN
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INDIA INK, OIL PAINTING.
No moey in advance. Work done on easy payments.
" When you want your picture enlarged up-to-date.
Jr- riione Main yiii Y. I will gladly call. We
guarantee satisfaction in likeness and jBnish
HI. E. CLARK,
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Charlie Lainer and Cora Starnes,
Robert Frazler and Sarah Snell.
James Chaldwell and Mary Lou Bu-
Nathon Annaul and Nettie Johnson.
Bud Jennings and Maud Frierson.
Rogers Haley and Lucy Rucker.
Henry Carter and Rachel Llndsley.
Jim Lipscomb and Louise Copeland.
Robert Childress and Sallie White.
Wm. McNairy and Edna L. Turpln.
Wm. O'Neal and Minnie Bell Smith.
Ous Haynes and Mattie Shejyjjle.
Arthur Davis and Laura Ridley.
Ceppie Miller, Maggie Nelson, Matilda
Green, Johnnie Oneal and Elma A.
Williams, Mesdames Britts, A: L. Nel
son, Mary Coleman, Millie Todd,
Messrs. Glenn Miller, German Brown,
Mesdames J. Menord, U. 13. Brady rJl "lluc u"""'"" "aiu-B -u um
nhiptf nrp nnvnipt!PPTit fro amia tne ecnoes or we are Marcn-
honored me, and I feel It my duty to
serve you continually."
At the conclusion of the Bishop's
remarks, Dr. Flagg called for the
Chautauqua salute, and in a minute
the house was converted into a mass
and Mr. J. B. Sublett are convalescent.
Mrs. S. V. (Mlnters will leave for
1jfton ip a few days to visit friends.
Miss Allie . Green was in the city
last Saturday for a few hours.
Revival started at Mt Zion Baptist
Church week before last.
Mr. Ernest Cole, Miss Ella Darden,
Mr. and Mrs. David Britt spent Sat
urday evening and Sunday in Mur-
freesboro, being the guests of Miss
CAR 414; CONDUCTOR 146.
On an inward bound West Nash
ville car last Sunday evening a well
dressed colored man politely request
ed the conductor to find him a seat.
The servant of the street car com
pany treated the request with silent
contempt, but remarked to a white
man, "I guess that nigger is mad be
cause I wont make 'em move so he
can sot down." The colored passen
ger, who heard the whole conversa
tion, acted very gentlemanly. He
merely took a note book from his
pocket and after looking at the con
ductor's cap and the car number ap
parently made an entry. A Globe re
porter also looked at the figures 146
in the conductor's cap, and saw that
the number of the car was 414. When
the transfer station was reached the
brawney conductor sang out to the
colored gentleman, "gay, don't forget
ITINERARY OF REV. T. J. GOOD-AM-.
Miss Susie Perkins, of Nashville,
visited in Brentwood recently.
Mr. Scott Claiborne visited Franklin
Mrs. Lillie Perkins visited her rela
tives in Franklin a short time ago.
Mr. Evans , Armstrong, son of Mr.
John Armstrong, has returned home
after an absence of about one year.
Mrs. Laura Spratt, of Granny White
to have me pulled for the way I served pike, has taken a change for the worse,
and her many friends are very un
easy about her condition.
Miss Lucy Newsome, of Nashville,
was at the bedside of her sister, Mrs.
Spratt, a few days ago.
Thprp was n "tnffv nulling." nt thp
l- ... m w rt . . . . I ' " 1 I o
uev. 1. J, tiOOaail, actinc Pastor Ot hnmp nf ATr nnd ATrq Thnmno Walk.
Hie T1IEC JjapLlSt lnurcn. Jl.aSt Nasll- or nn lnnrr clnco ThncP nroeont worn I tfi n tyi of ho rociHonna 1?i.tio1
vine and secretary of the Nashville Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Voorhles, Mr. and services were held at the Second
Christian Church Sunday, February
3rd, at 2 p. m., by Elders A. N. C. Wil
liams, R M. Segmour and Rev. D. J.
Michael. Interment In Toussalnt
L'Ouverture Cemetery by the following
Orders: Masonic, I. O. I., and Knights
and Daughters of Tabor.
The remains of Mr. Thomas McDon
nal, who died in Nashville, were
brought here for burial. Services
were held at the residence of his aunt,
Mrs. Sarah A. Harris, Sunday morn
ing by Elder A. N. C. Williams. In
terment in the old cemetery.
FRANKLIN NOTES. '
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Alston, of Spring
field, Tenn., are in town.
Misses Ethel Merrill and Fannie H.
Southall, of Columbia avenue, were in
Nashville visiting friends a week or so
Mr. Henry Scott died Jan. 31, at
UiUJUSi Ministers UOnrerence. and ATra Rnl Hunt ATr nnH IWrtj Pnhort
Corresponding Secretary of the East Hunt, Mrs. Cora L. Fields, Mrs. Laura
iNashville Young Men's Lecture Bu- Hunt, Mrs. Patsy Johnson, Mrs. Eliza
ieau, will be out of the city about ten Vernon. Misses Bessie Johnson, fiahte
days. Rev. Mr. Goodall will visit j. rerkins, Sallie Hunt, Norvella Leek,
Brownsville where he will lecture and Samelia Loek; Messrs. Chas. Johnson,
preach at the First Baptist Church, Scott Claiborne, Harris Hunt. Milley
pastor Rev T. J Townsend. He will Moore. William D. Vernon, William
speak at Howe Institute, Memphis, Merritt, Bell I-e'ek. After the "taffy
Tuesday, February 19; will preach at pulling" was over the young folks in-
the Second Baptist Church, Brinkley, dulgcd in dancing
Ark., Thursday night, and will address , Brook's Chanel M. E Churrh ha
t nt- f 5rln!l.!ey4 Academy St. Valentine supper Thursday night,
Prof. J. E. Knox, President Feb 14
A communication was read from Dr.
E. J. Greg?, of Jacksonville, Fla,, the
Corresponding Secretary of the Chris
tian Endeavor Department, ' stating
that he would be present at the mass
meeting to be held at St Paul' A- M
E. Church on February 2Q. All pas:
tors and presidents of leagues pledged,
themselves to put forth every effort tq
give Dr, Gregg a royal reception at
The local union arranged to have a
lecture by Bishop Tyree. which will
take place at the Payne Chapel A- M.
E. Church, Tuesday night, February 19.
Mr. D. A. Hart, President of the
League at St. John A. M. E. Church,
was elected reporter for the Sunday
School Monitor and the Na9hvlllt
Globe, and Instructed to report a full
account of the meeting.
A liberal contribution was taken
and one of the most Interesting meet
ings of the Local Union was brought
to a close.
W. C. T. U.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a meeting
at Howard Congregational Church,
Sunday afternoon, February 17, at I
o'clock. Mrs. C. H. rhillips will ad
dress the meeting on the life of
Frances Willard. All well wishers ot
the temperance cause are invited. Ma
sic will be a feature of the meeting.