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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1907.
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THE BEAUTIFUL COLORED SUB-DIVISION.
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We are Happy to say that
WE BELIEVE
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One of the best features to us was the
colored society, being business and professional people with
other words men
grasp it.
Go and look them over. The unsold lots have a white card on them giving the Price, Lot No. and p
Block No., when you find the one you want tear off the white tag and bring to our office at once, d
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MARCH 5.
LODGE DIRECTORY.
GRAND LODGE K OP P
0. C. J. P. CRAWFORD.
706 Basa Street. Nashville. Tenn
G. V. C. I. M. STEGALL,
Humboldt, Tenn
P. G. C J. H. LaPRADK.
' Chattanooga. Tenn
G. P. REV. T. J. TOWNSEND.
Box 148. Brownsville, Tenn.
G. M. ok E.B. P. JOHNSON,
850 E. 8th Street. Chattanooga. Tenn.
G. L J. M. E A STERLING,
903 Georgia Ave., Chattanooga. Tenn.
O K. R. S. DR. R. W. ALLEN,
124-126 E. 9th St., Chattanooga, Tenn
G. M. A. JOHN SINGLETON,
Knoxville, Tenn
G. I. G. A. T. HILL,
Pulaski, Tenn
G. M. R. E. GEE,
Nashville, Tenn.
G. O. G. A..W. GLElAVES,
' Nashville, Tenn.
d Alt' jr. -J. THOMAS TURNER.
Nashville. Tenn.
U. M. R. Dlt. A. M. TOWNSEND,
oil Webster St., Nashville, Tenn.
2-23-06-utf
ENDOWMENT BOARD: W. F. Rey
nolds, Pres., W. L. Cunsler, Sec'y.,
B. F. Johnson, Treas., B. J. Fernandla
DAMON LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets at the Fythlan Temple, cor
ner of Fifth and Capitol avenues. th
Becond and fourth Wednesdays of each
month.
j W. BLAINE, C. C.
W. L. CANSLER, K. of R. & 8.
STRINGER LODGE; NO. I.
Meets at Burrus Hall, corner of
Cedar and McLemore sheets, second
aod fourth Mondays of each month.
. DR. P. R. BURRUS, C. C.
W. A. JAMES, K. of R. 4 S.
3-16-06 utf
IVANHOE LODGE. NO. 8.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
ncr of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the
Becond and fourth Thursdays of each
month.
J. F. IRONS, C. C.
J. E. MILLER, K. of P.. and 8.
.3-16-06 utf
LARGEST LAND
and women who know
07V1E LOT:
ABRAHAM-LINCOLN LAND COMPANY,
71 The Arcade, Up Stairs.
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ITREE LODGE. NO. 11.
MeetB at the Pythian Temple, coi
ner or Fifth and Capitol avenues, th.
first and third Wednesdays ot uacb
month.
V. H. ALLISON. C. C.
J. B. SMITH. K. of R. & S.
2-23-06 utf.
LIGHTFOOT LODGE, NO 17,
Meets at the Pythian Temple, corner
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the firs
and third Mondavs of each month.
JOHN P. PORTER. C. C.
A. L. HADDOX. K. of R. and S.
2-23-06-utf
PURITY LODGE. NO. 42. K. OF P
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cornei
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
and fourth Tuesdays of each month.
BAILEY TURNER, C. C.
W. M. ALLEN. K. of R. and 8.
3-2-06-utf
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 67, K. of P.
Meets at Benevolent Hall, corner E.
Hill and Factory streets, second and
fourth Tuesday nights of each month.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE. NO 72. R
OF P.
MfPts at, the Pythian ''Vmrilp. onrn
of Fifth and Capitol nvenup. Pon
and fourth Mondavs of prh month
dr. .t. a. McMillan, c. c.
THOMAS C. MOORE. K of R
nnd S.
2-23-06-utf
MURFREESBORO NOTES.
The pnriils of Bradley Acdemv "pIp
brntPd Oeorpe Washington's birthdiv
lst Friday. February 22. A very in
teresting nrogramme was rendered.
Ttioee cn nro'Trnmrne wee Misses Sa
ue p An'iorson, Vera Ie Coleman.
'VTntrie Enles, Miry and Amanda Mc
Hl". Annie M. Prim. Harrow Reed.
Tvpiip Todd. iMessrs. Percy Jordan.
R'cHrd Pnrls. Thos. T illnrcl. of sev
r.th c;rade; Tola Anderson. Laura
Me.els and TTcnrv Te Thrown, fifth
?rnde: ATqster ' Charley Howse and
t nvada Brooks, fonrth erade: Elin
pt'i Mnrrav and WhUore Cavnev.
f tblrd er"de: Ada I ee Alexander and
Butvs A1,iller, of pecond pride: Nick
-Ton Paterton. Bertba Meeks and
'amuel Pucker, of first. c;r3de. The
-Vrorations were of red, white and
blue flags.
Our Sale was an Unequalled
THAT LAST FRIDAY WAS
SALE EVER
class of purchasers. They represented the
a good opportunity
TILL
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Mrs. Annie Ransom entertained the
Ladies' Embroidery Club Saturday
evening, February 23, 1907, at here
home. After the business meeting
was over an elaborate luncheon was
served by John FJla Bass, consisting
of chicken, beaten biscuit, salad, fruit
salad, cake and coffee. Those present
were Mesdames Mamie Vaughn, R. B.
Meeks, H. P. Scales, G. B. Brady, Wal
ter Page, Horace Mitchell, Misses Nan
nie Ransom, Buelah Miller, Dilsy But
ler, Matilda Green and Elma A. Wil
liams.
Mrs. Clara Ewing and Mrs. H. P.
Scales are on the sick list.
Mrs. Ollie Officer, of Sparta, Tenn.,
who has been at the bed side of her
mother, has returned home.
Mrs. Harden is. convalescent
Mr. P. A. Bently. of Nashville, Mr.
Williams and Mr. Ewing, of Franklin,
were the guests of Mrs. Clara Ewing.
Misses Nannie and Bettie Keeble
have returned to Chicago.
Rev. James Moore has returned from
Pat Is, Ky., where he has been carry
ing on a series of meetings.
Rev. D. P. Pearson had a successful
roily Sunday, raising $19.00.
Mis. Lula McMurray, of Chattanoo
ga, Tenn., who has been very 111 at
the home cf her mother, is improving
rapidly.
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BOWLING GREEN, KY., NOTES.
Rev. P. H. Kennedy, D. D., of Hen
derson, Ky., preached for the New
Bethel Baptist Church last Sunday
night.
Mrs. Elsey Heter, of this city, left
for Chrksville, Tenn., last Sunday to
visit her mother.
Miss Brown, the popular teacher of
1he Bowling Green Academy, left for
Pennsylvania lost Monday to attend
the bedside of her sick mother.
Mrs. Ida Belma, of West Main, is
seriously ill.
Mrs. Porter Nicholson is said to bo
gradually sinking, while her daughter,
Hnllie. is convalescent.
Mrs. Bettie White, of Delaileld, who
has been very sick, is convalescent.
Tho Bowling Green Women's Art
Hub had an hrYestlng meeting at
Mis. Dr. O. D. 'Sorter's last Friday
evening.
The City Ministers' and Deacons'
Meeting met at the Seventh Street
BapMst Church last Mondny evening
and had a warm discussion on the sub
ject, "God's Financial Plan." Tho
majority favored giving the tenth part
of their weekly earnings,
HELD IN NASHVILLE, i
the better class of working people, in g
when they see one and
FOR SALE.
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All things are now ready for Dr.
E. W. D. Isaac, of Nashville, who will
lecture at the. New Bethel Baptist
Church next Monday evening, March
4th.
Rev. H. D. Carpenter, in company
with Dr. Isaac, will fill his pulpit at
Oakland next Sunday.
Mr. llayden Shobe, of Oakland,
spent the day and night with us last
Monday.
PALMYRA NOTES.
Mr. R. L. Watkins, of Mt. Pleasant,
Tenn., has been the guest of Prof. W.
C. Wilkins.
iMr. and Mrs. Moody gave an enter
tainment February 21st In honor, of
iheir son, Bascam, this being his
twenty-first year. Quite a number of
friends were present among whom
was R. L. Watkins, of Mt. Pleasant, he
being the guest of iMiss Birda Moody.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Barker gave a
party in honor of Mr. R. S. Watkins,
of Mt. Pleasant. The house being
beautifully decorated and an elaborate
menu was served. Those present ex
perienced ouite an enjoyable time.
Mr. Ed Marable departed this life,
leaving behind a goodly number of
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Addle Satisfield Is numbered
with the dead.
The patrons of Palmyra school are
plcaeed to know that the Mt. Hermon
School is now numbering 42, and
eery1hing is in good working order.
Prof. Wilkins is the teacher.
BRENTWOOD NOTES.
The Magnolia Sewing Circle met
last Monday, February 23, at the resi
dence of Mrs. I. aura Hunt. A good
bit of work was done, after which the
ladles retired to the dining room
where a six-course menu was served.
Those present were Mesdames Laura
Voorhics, Jency Cole, Susie Hunt,
Patsy L. Johnson, Creasy Bills. Ow
ing to the inclement weather only a
few were present. All expressed them
selves as having had a nice time.
'Mrs. Nora Powell is on the sick
list.
Mrs. Kittie Hunt Is also on the sick
list.
Mrs. Laura Spratt, after a very seri
ous illness, is now slowly improving.
Mr. Jesse Hodge had the misfortune
of neirly having two of his fingers cut
off. The doctor says he will have to
he very careful not to get lock-jaw.
Tho fanners were doing a d?al of
Success. I
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are willing to m
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plowing and planting peas before the
wet weather set In.
Mr. Charley Johnson has a slight at
tack of pneumonia.
Mrs. Laura Hunt Is on the sick list.
The body of George, the little grand
son of Mr. Hubbard Newsome, was
brought from Nashville to Brentwood
last Saturday for burial..
Miss Sarah Leek spent last Satur
day and Sunday at home. She re
turned to Bellview where she is teach
ing Sunday evening.
Miss Norvella Leek, who has 'been
on the sick list, is out again.
NOW AT OBERLIN CONSERVA
TORY. A few weeks ago there appeared in
the columns of the Globe a short no
tice that one of Nashville's young la
dies had left the city to take a spe
cial course in the Oberlin Conserva
tory of Music. This young lady was
in the person of Miss Lady Emma
Louise Phillips, daughter of the Rt.
Rev. Bishop C. II. Phillips of the C.
M E. Church. Miss Phillips is now
comfortably domiciled for the present
school term at this noted conserva
tory. Communications from her show
that she is favorably impressed and
has already thrown herself hard at
work in her studies and promises to
give full accounts of her stay ere she
returns. She has sent to friends
beautiful souvenir post cards showing
the main building of the conservatory,
which is a magnificent stone struc
ture. SIGMA TAN THETA CLUB.
The slgma Tan Theta Club com
posed of the city young men students
of Fisk University, spent a delightful
evening with Mr. James E. Hurt, Wed
nesday, February 13, 1907. Many in
teresting talks were given by the
members of the club. The feature of
the evening was the discussion of "Ne
gro Colonization," by Messrs. Scovel
Richardson, Jack W. Gordon, affirma
tive, and Wade II. McCree, James Eu
Hint, negative. The speakers entered
the discussion with much zeal, and
from the argument, and eloquent de
livery it could easily be seen that they
had given much time both to the study
of the subject and manner of delivery.
The discussion, however, was given to
Ihe affirmative. After serving a course
i f ices, the Club listened to an en
couraging lecture from Rey. T. J. Lew
is,

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