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THE NASIIVtLLE GLOBE, FRlbAY, MAY 17, 1907.
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EE PATRIOTIC DAY
PROGRAM AS FOLLOWS:
SUNDAY, MAY 26th.
Commencing at 2 p. m. sharp, a Song Service composed of One Hundred Voices of Nashville's best talent. At 3:30 p.
m., Prof. Alfonzo Raizo will make one of his daring Parachute Leaps from his famous balloon. N
MONDAY, MAY 27th.
Egg hunt at 10 a. m. Commencing at 12 addresses by prominent speakers. At 2:30 p. m. Prof. Alfonzo Raizo will again
make one of his famous Parachute Leaps from his famous balloon. At 4 p. m. Case "Ball. Helens, of Lebanon, vs. Standard
Giants, of Nashville. Full DrCSS Hall by members of Olympic Club will begin at 8 p. m. At 9:30 a Display of Fireworks.
TUESDAY, MAY 28th.
This day will be devoted to the trade and labor people of Nashville and surrounding towns. Program as follows:
10 a. m. To the one Climbing the Highest up Greased Pole, receives a Season Ticket to the Olympic Park. 10:30 a. m.
fastest person on foot to receive $3.00. 11:00 a. m. to Winner of Wheel Harrow Race, Fine Pair Shoes. 11:30 a. m., to
winner of Sack Race, Fine Pair Pants. At 1:30 p. m., the great Wrestling Match by two of the best wrestlers in the South.
At 2:30 p. m. Prof. Alfonzo Raizo will make his last death-like leap from his famous balloon in Nashville. At 4 p. m., Helens
vs. Standard Giants will again cross bats. Two games.
Boats leave upper Wharf foot of Broadway every hour. Fare Round Trip 10 cents. Music on Boat and Grounds of Park. COME ONE, COME ALL.
ADMMISSI0N: Sunday, 10 cents. Monday and Tuesday, Adults, 25 cents; Children, 10 cents.
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Clothes called for and delivered.
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410 CEDAK STREET.
Office Hours: 9 to 1 1 a. m.. 4 to 5 l. m.. 7 te 8 p. m. -NASHVILLE,
TENN.
Miss Willie Lockridge,
MILLINERY, PLAIN AND FANCY SEWING
OliPEKS TAKEN.
Call to see me; if you are pleased, tel
others; if not, tell me.
905 ElcTcnth Avenue, Nortk.
McMINNVILLE NOTES.
Rev. and Mrs. D. T. Burch, who
have been attending the "Walden ex
ercises in Nashville, have returned
home.
Mrs. Julia Arnold, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomas
Snelling, for the last three months,
hast returned to Nashville,
Mrs. Jennie Payne and daughter,
Mrs. Edward Griggsby, of Chatta
nooga, arrived Saturday to visit rel
atives for several days.
Mrs. Maria Johnson and Mrs. Bish
op, of Fayetteville, spent last week In
the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Womack.
Mrs. Maggio Hanley came home
Saturday night after spending a
pleasant week in Nashville visiting
friends.
The annual sermon of the Odd Fel
lows was preached Sunday at the A.
M. E. Church by the pastor, Kev. jn.
Greggs. Quite a large crowd was
in attendance. After services they
marched to the cemetery to decorate
the graves of the deceased members.
The revival which has been going
on at 'Mt. Zion Baptist Chinch, has
closed. Quite a number were bap
tized last Sunday afternoon by Rev. G
Speaks.
Miss Cannie Kennedy, of Columbia,
delivered quite an Interesting lecture
at the Baptist Church immediately
after baptizing.
Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Livingston ana
Prof, and Mrs. Ed. wood are very
much elated over the arrival of a
baby girl at each of these homes on
the same day.
Mrs. Amanda Cummings, who has
been visiting in Nashville and South
Pittsburg for several months, has re
turn Pri home accompanied by her
granddaughter, Miss Lula F. Cum
mines, of Nashville.
The members of the millinery class
of Mrs. James Crockett, of Nashville,
are making excellent progress.
, Mr. George Taylor is quite 111.
. Mr. Frank Waters Is ill.
Mrs. T. S. Williams and Mrs. Carry
Shane spent last Wednesday in Nash
ville. .
Miss Mary Eules is visiting her
sister In Hendersonville.
Miss Ora Green has returned from
Walden University.
Miss Bertha Green, who has been
teaching in the Chattanooga public
school, is at home for vacation.
Miss Allie Green is at home again
from school.
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Ilattic L. Uoldridgc
Plain Sewine and Shirt Waists Spec
ialties by Miss Ilattic L. Woldridge
1307 HAYNES ST.
Work call for and delivered
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MISS DENNY ENTERTAINS.
Miss Johnnie M. Denny handsomely
entertained the Senior Normal class
of. Walden University May 4, at the
beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Ransom, 808 Kayne avenue. The
beautifully furnished hall and par
lor were magnificently decorated.
Fruit punch was served in the hall
by Miss Arti-Nussie Ransom. Mrs.
Ransom assisted Miss Denny In re
ceiving the guests. The senior class
ncluded Misses Kinchelow, Roberts,
Harris, Douglass, Denny, Messrs.
Wills, Beasley, McMorrls, West, Mar
cellus and Love, also Mrs, Dr. Ham
monds, Prof. Kadesh, Mr. Wilheight.
Miss Ransom and Miss Porterfleld
were present in their usual' entertain-
ng manner. An excellent programme
was enjoyed, after which the guests
were ushered into the attractive din
ing-room which was. decorated with
the class colors, green and yellow,
and lighted with yellow candles. A
menu of seven courses was served in
elaborate style by Mrs. Mildred Crow-
ler at 6 p. m.
MURFREESBORO NOTES.
Tho Pleasure-Seekers' Club met at
Key's Chapel Monday night and car
rifid out' this program: Recitations
Miss Nora P. Anderson and Miss
Johnnie M. Perry; music, Mrs. Addie
Simmons: Debate: Resolved, Tha
Corporal Punishment Should be
Abolished in the Schoolroom Miss
Maggie Nelson, affirmative; Miss Ma
mie Vaughn, nesatlve.. .Miss Nelson i
papr wm rood.
success of the occasion. Prof. J. C.
McAdams delivered the address at
night.
A troupe of Turner Normal students
gave a concert at Wartrace last Sat
urday night to a crowded house. They
returned thes ame night.
Dr. J. A, Jones left last Saturday
night for Pulaski, where he was in
vited to preach the Odd Fellows'
Thanksgiving sermon. He returned
Tuesday.
College colors are flying every
way one turns and things are all
agog looking to the commencement of
Turner Normal Institute on the 30th.
Visitors are expected from all over
the state.
Two big baseball games are on the
boards for commencement week, to
be played on T. N. I. campus.
Rev. B. G. Gordan Is attending the
Electoral College at Franklin this
week and visiting friends in Colum
bia.
SHELBYVILLE NOTES.
The public school, Prof. J. C. Mc
Adams, principal, closes this week
with fitting and beautiful exercises
This school has a strong corps of in
structors and Is making a good record
Last Sunday was a high day in
Shelbyville. The Odd Fellows turned
out in great shane, and had " their
Thanksgiving services at Mt. Zion
Baptist Church. Rev. Mr. Seymour,
of the First Baptist Church, delivered
the address.
"May Day" was observed at the
A. M. E. Church. About $20.00 were
collected. The students of Turner
Normal Institute, feeling a special In
terest in "May Day," turned out in
full force and contributed much to the
BAUGH BELL.
To the happy surprise of the offi- . nrii I v
.1.1a nrA Alwlrd nf Vis TJei"tte Clin. I ......... '
naio a Liu vii n.o ui iw jjo.ilioo uuu i izt- uotf
day School Board of the Southern
Baptist Convention at 710 Church
street, on Tuesday, May 14, they were
called to the assembly room about
5:30 o'clock to witness the marriage
of Mr. Edward Baugh, one -of the por
ters, to Miss Laura Bell. Among
those present were Dr. W. C. Golden,
who married the couple, Col. Wm.
Woodcock, Mrs. W. C. Golden, Miss
Annie Craig, Miss Eva Cannon,
Messrs. R. W. Turner, G. F. Cole, L.
E. Cole, P. Davis, Marlon Frost, Chas,
Harris, M. Dunnaway and J. W. Wy-
att. Many valuable presents were
presented to the couple by the clerks,
At 6 o'clock the newly-wedded pair
repaired to the home of the bride,
where they were entertained by her
mother. Many friends were present
to wish the happy couple a success
ful journey through life. At the con
elusion of the festivities Mr. and Mrs,
Baugh retired to their home, No. 1502
Jackson street.
AS USUAL
WE ARE ALWAYS
Up With The Times.
Our Superintendent's and
Teacher's HandboA. contain
ing Lesson Texts, Review Sug
gestions, School Readings, Mus
ical Suggestions, etc. for the In
ternational Lessons lor H)07 is
now ready. No Superintendent
or Teacher should be without
this valuable little book. It is
undenominational. Published
for the interest of Sunday school
Workers.
Prices: Cloth, 25 cts; Leathei
35 cents.
National Baptist Publishing Board,
BET. S. H. KOfD, Sec'jr,
523 Second Avenue, North,
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Rev. Robt. Page. He was stormed
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a pleasant and highly appreciated sur
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