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TUB NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1907.
FIYE OR SIX OCTAVE.
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picture of beauty and chaste refinement unapproached heretofore by 2
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prove' an ornament in the most finely furnished parlor in the country.
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gether. Deep panels, handsome carvings of beautiful designs, elaborate S
turnings, mouldings and fret work in key slip, large French plate mirror in S
ton. Iirtl. larpe closed music nortfrt with Viinpwl frnnt nr1 cafptw Inmn
stands, hand rubbed and polished.
IGTIOIN.- In this case we can place action! B, C, D, E, F, G, or H,
all of them pipe toned, sweet and melodious.
SIZE AND WEIGHT. When set up for use this Organ, in
6 octaves, measures 8r inches high, 52 inches long and 24 inches deep, Net.
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EVERY ORGAN FULLY WARRANTED TEN YEARS.
523 Second Avanue,
lii The Magnolia Sewing Circle met at
withe residence of Mrs. Robert E. John
son on the Franklin road last Mon
"litjday, April 29. All the members 'were
ijin attendance. A nice lot of sewing
)(was accomplished. Revs. S. M. Utley
wand James D. Flnnell visited the cir
wcle in the evening and dined with
bylhem. Those present of the circle
nc were Mesdames Alexander Merritt, Ed
Wward Bills, Green Hunt, Sol. Hunt,
"g Thomas Walker, Samuel Vernon, SI
offrion Woods. G. W. Voorhies. Alex.
ouftains, Walter Dowell, Anthony Phil
va)ips, Rodin Perkins, R. E. Johnson
thaind J. C. Crawley. At 4:30 o'clock the
"prostess invited the guests into dinner,
stejivhere an elaborate three-course menu
thcivas served them. 'Miss Ella Johnson,
itaiihe hostess, was assisted in serving by
tylrs. Patsy Johnson, Miss Bessie John
titfton, and Miss Sabie J. Perkins. After
lehjlinner the guests returned to the sit
ectinS room, where they listened to a
it ery fine address by Rev. S. M. Utley,
propresiding Elder of the West Nashville
traLiv and Mrs. Montgomery Vernon,
ngar Nashville, visited their parents, Mr.
.nd Mrs. Samuel Vernon, last Sunday.
Miss Eunice Vernon spent last Sun-
ay in Brentwood.
Mrs. Scott Claiborne is still confined
p her bed. .
Mrs. Patsy Perkins Johnson's school
osed last Friday. The pxprcispa wpr
tiusood and listened to by a large crowd
farr Rev. S. M. Utley held the quarterly
"T- inference at Brook's Chapel M. E.
at Your Price,
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DESIGN No. 5.
SOLID OAK OR WALNUT.
aso ids. wnen Doxea ior errjon tne
of snace and the six octave fi cnhic
North, Nashville, Tenn.
Church Monday night, April 29. The
quarterly conference was largely at
tended. The routine business of the
church was carried through quietly
to the satisfaction of all interested.
Rev. James D. Finnell was appointed
by the Presiding Elder, and it was
agreed to generally by the church
members of Brook's Chapel, to fill an
appointment one Sunday , in each
month, and to preach at Beach Grove,
Williamson County,' until the General
THE CARNATION CLUB.
The Carnation Club met last week
at the residence of Mrs. B. P. Marton,
Tenth avenue, South. After the trans
action of business one hour was spent
in needle work, after which the ladles
were led to the dining room where a
tempting three-course menu was
served. Members that were present:
Mesdames Hal Duff, Chas. Duff, Rob
ert Ralph, F. A. Turner, P. A. Sims,
II. M. Burns, Hallie Pullen, W. M.
Rucker, Mary Fowler, H. C. Barns,
Robert Clay, vVh M. Amons, Chas.
MRS.GEDDINGS PASSES THROUGH
Mrs. Elizabeth Geddings, of Lex
ington, Miss., was in the city Thurs
day and Friday. While here she was
the guest of her granddaughter, Miss
Nannie I. Sumner. Mrs. Geddings
left Friday evening for Jeffersonville,
Ind., to visit her daughter. Mrs. Nan
nie S. Rlz, who formerly lived In this
MAKING GREAT PREPARATION
The local societies of Christian En
deavor In the A. M. E. Churches of
the city are making great prepara
tions for the entertaining of the na
tional session of the Allen Christian
at ' St.
John A. M. E. Churcit xv.jer Cedar
street and Eighth avt J North, in
July, from the 2nd toy'the 8th, in
clusive. The local union, whljh consists of
the leagues of Nashville and vicinity,
with Rev. Mr. Flagg, pastor of Payne
Chapel A. M. E. Church, president, is
bending every effort to prepare for
Reports are coming from every sec
tion and the indications are that
Nashville will be overrun with vis
itors. Several special trains will ho.
run from far-off states, some as far
as the states of New Jersey, Pennsyl
vania and Florida. It is estimated
that at least three thousand delegates
will be in attendance.
The league members at St. John
A. M. E. Church are hard at work
preparing to put the church in readi
ness to receive the meeting. The
ablest men and women of the church
will be here, and a great meeting is
TWENTIETH SPRING FESTIVAL.
The Twentieth iSpring Festival of
the Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist
Church, bids fair to excel all previous
cnes, with her variety of beautifully
decorated booths, where you can eat
with pleasure and drink by measure
from the best of soft and coolina
streams. There will be the novelty
booth, with Its many useful articles;
then the garment boots conducted by
a group of the city's best seam
stresses. Then the exhibit booth
with its many attractions. The booths
will be managed by the ladies.
No. 1, Mrs. Eliza Wilder Meats.
No. 2, Mrs. Nannie Mortin Ice
No. 3, Miss Lula Tillman Candy.
No. 4, Miss Ollie Cook "Soft
No. 5, Mrs. Willie Alsup Garments.
No. C, Mrs. Carrie Young Novelty.
No. 7, Mrs. Alice Douglass Tin
ware. A good dinner will be served each
day, from 11-30 until 1 p. m for 15
Season tickets Adults,
children, 15 cents. One
mission, 10 cents.
Given for benefit of the church, so
we must cordially invite all.
MR. WM. YOUNG,
MRS. ELLEN PATTERSON,
MRS. MARY CROCKETT,
MRS. MILLIE B. BARTON
WHITE HOUSE NOTES.
The Clarksville District Ministerial
Council closed a very interesting ses
sion at Cumberland City, Tenn,, last
Rev. W. Conway Smith, Presiding
iiiider and Chairman of the District
who has been confined to his room for
the past four months, was able to pre
side over the council. All the minis
ters were present except Revs. T. A
Wilson, H. E. Rucker N. A. Trice and
The council levied a special mis
sion tax upon the churches of the
district, which amounted to $112, to be
reported at the District Conference
which will be held at Springfield
Tenn., July 24-28. There was quite s
spiritual wave during the council. Two
persons professed a hope in Christ
Rev. P. J. Coleman, A. M., and B. J
Jones did the preaching.
Elder Smith delivered quite a time
ly lecture to the' council. The Dis
trict seems to have taken on new
Elder Smith left Cumberland city
for Crossplain C. M. E. Church, where
an interesting quarterly conference
MURFREESBORO GLEE CLUB EN
TERTAINS. The Ladies' Glee Club gave their
semi-monthly social at the home of
Miss Florence Kirk Thursday evening,
April 25. After the regular routine
of business was over the following
literary and musical program was ren
dered, Mrs. Archie Ramsey and little
Miss Fanny Alexander at the piano.
Chorus By Club
Address Mr. A. J. Anderson
Vocal Solo Mrs. A. Simons
Little Miss Alexander
Recitation Miss Florence Kirk
Mrs. Archie Ramsey
Remarks of encouragement
....Rev. D. P. Pearson
Duet ..Mesdames Mefford and Ramsey
After the rendition of the program
a tempting four-course menu was ex
quisitely served, beginning with
grapefruit frappe. Music and games
were enjoyed until a late hour; The
members present were Mesdames J.
M. Mefford, Luke Murfree, Luke Ma
ney, A Simons, O. W. Sehorn, John
Spain, Archie Ramsey, R. Peeples,
Eugene Miller, Hattie Thompson,
Misses Mattie Scott, L'stella Randolph,
Florence L. Kirk. Visitors: Misses
Elma A. Williams, 'Martha L. Ran
dolph, Fanny Alexander, Margarette
Sehorn, Rev. D. P. Pearson, Rev. A. J.
Anderson, Messrs, A. Simons, Archie
Ramsey, 0. W. Sehorn, J. M. Mefford.
IN MEMORY OF MRS. MATTIE
It is not death to die,
To leave this weary road,
And 'mid the brotherhood on high,
To be at home with God.
It is not death to close
The eye long dimmed by tears,
And wake in glorious repose,
To spend eternal years.
It is not death to bear
The wrench that sets us free
From dungeon chain to breathe the
Of boundless liberty.
My brothers and sisters, these senti
ments should console every bereaved
heart, and especially when one thinks
of a beautiful life and noble charac
ter, a life so beautifully spent. A
character so spotless as was Sister
Mattie P. Iladdox in whose memory
this paper is written. Thinking of
her it is indeed a consolation if our
faith is sufficient for us to say with
the poet, "It is not death to die."
Sister Mattie P. Haddox became a
member of Household of Ruth 82,
Department of the Grand U. O. of O. F.
in this city twenty-nine years ago and
member of the Joint Hall Association
three years ago. The record shows
her to have been a faithful and con
sistent member in both departments;
she was conscientious and tireless in
the performance of every duty which
she was called on to perform. As a
member of the Hall Association she
was ever vigilant, taking advantage
of every opportunity to aid the Asso'
ciation in the furtherance of its great
work. Her life was a living Illustra
tion of the time and honored princi
ples of our noble Order Friendship,
Love and Truth.
Sister Iladdox, like Ruth of old, was
constantly laboring for others. She
built for herself a monument more
lasting than gold. Her beautiful char
acter will ever be fresh in our minds
and as long as memory retains its
force among us, we will cherish the
name of Sister Mattie P. Haddox in
our minds and in our hearts. She
died in the full triumphs of Chris
tian faith and with the honors of a
true Ruth sister.
Away back from time memorial it
has been the habit of men to do honor
to their departed dead and especially
to those who represented some collec
tive interest involving a number of
members like our noble Order and the
Hall Association. Long as we live
may we all continue to do honor to
Sister Mattie P. Haddox's blessed
memory, and when our career comes
to a close in this present world, may
our lot be the same as was our be
loved sister's, and, coming to the end
of life, may we, like she, leave a use
ful life and enter a joyous eternity.
J. W. LEE.
AT FORTRESS MONROE, VA.
Information has been received that
Mr.C. B. Ruddlck, of the pharmaceuti
cal class of 1907 at the Meharry Med
ical College, is for the present at For
tress Monroe, Va. He. will in all prob
ability remain there during this year.
His plans have not as yet matured as
to where he will locate. Mr. Ruddick
expressed some time before leaving
Nashville his desire to remain in the
South, although he has had many in
ducements to open in the North. Be
ing a New Yorker, he was somewhat
luctant in declining these flattering
inducements. He stated in his com
munication to a friend that the Globe
was furnishing him with valuable
news as to the whereabouts of his
classmates and friends.
October Rules 1907.
Katie C. Steele vs. Edward S. Steele
In this cause it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant is a non-resident of the State
of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon
him; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance herein
at the next term of the Davidson
County Circuit Court, to be holden at
the Court House In Nashville, Tennes
see, on the 2nd Monday in October, It
being the 14th day, and defend, or
said complainant's bill will be taken
for confessed as to him and set for
hearing ex parte. It Is therefore or
dered that a copy of this order be
published for four weeks in succession
in the Nashville Globe, a newspaper
published in Nashville.
-L. M. HITT, Clerk.
M. B. COOK, D. C.
T. G. EWING,
Solicitor for Complainant.
WANTED. For man, wife and child
nice furnished room with board iu pri
vate family in good neighborhood, con
venient to car line. Write, glrlng
terms and location. J. R. B., car of
WANTED Two first-class serv
ants, a man and a woman; good
wages and a good home. Nothing but
a first-class servant need apply.
Mrs. Bufford, Bufford College.
WANTED All Churches and Sunday
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc., to raise means to pay off
all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Baptist, Publishing Hoard, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
WANTED Having just closed the
Millinery Department, wants twenty
girls to work in the flower depart
ment. Apply at once in person to
Mrs. Jordan, 1004 Second avenue,
FOR RENT. Two rooms for gen
tlemen or light housekeeping. 419
First avenue, South. tf.
FOR RENT Part of office, gas
light, at Boyd Building. See Jaaltor.
A beautiful suite of rooms
on the third floor of the Napier
Court 411 Fourth Ave., North.
There are five rooms with a
glass-stained partition. Will
be rented in whole or in part.
Can be used as a flat or lodge
j, C. Napier,
One Cent Savings Bank,
May Ruls, 1907.
Isabella Caster vs. Heary Caster. Is
this cause It appearing to the satisfac
tion of the Court that the defendant la
a non-resident of the State of Tennes
see, therefore the ordinary pmetM f
law can not be served upon him; it 1b
therefore ordered that said defeidant
enter his appearance herela at the
next term of the Davidson County Cir
cuit Court, to be holden at the Court
Heuse in Nashville, Tennessee, on the
first Monday In May, It being 6th, and
defend, or said complainant's bill will
be taken for confessed as to him and
set for hearing exparte. It Is there
for ordered that a cepy of this order
be published for four weeks In succes
sion In the Nashville Globe, a newspa
per pyMlshed In Nashville.
L. M. HITT, Clerk.
W. D. COOK, D. C.
Y F- Anderson,
Solicitor for Complainant
IN CHANCERY AT NASHVILLE.
State of Tennesee.
Office Clerk and Master Chancery
April 3, 1907.
H. L. Flte, administrator complain
ant, vs. Abraham Boaz and others, de
fendant. It appearing from affidavit filed in
this cause that the defendants, Wil
liam Boaz, alias Bolles, alias Hope;
Al. Donelson or Donaldson; and Rob
ert Donelson or Donaldson and Jennie
Travis are non-residents of the State
of Tennessee, and cannot be served
with the ordinary procefs of law;
It is therefore ordered, that
said defendants enter their ap
pearance herein on the first Mon
day in May next (1907), It
being May 6, 1907, and a rule day of
said Court, and plead, answer or de
mur to Complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to them
and set for hearing exparte, and that
a copy of this rder be published for
four consecutive weeks in the Nash
Clerk and Master.
By J. R. WTOST,
Deputy Clerk and Master.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Solicitor for Complainant
E. C. McNAIRY TO SPEAK IN tOU
ISVIttE. The Globe is in receipt of a com
munication, from Mr. E. C. MoNalry,
who Is now at the French Lick
Springs in Indiana, in which he sends
three new subscribers to the paper.
Mr. McNairy will attend the May mu
sical festival In Louisville, at which
the Fisk Glee Club of this city is ex
pected to sing. The Sunday following
he is to address the Y. iM. C. A. in the
evening, his subject being "Our Na
tional Life." As Mr. McNairy is an
entertaining speaker and a great stu
dent of current events his lecture will
doubtless prove one of great Interest
to the people of the "Falls City."