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THE NASttViLUS GLOBE, FfUDAV, MAY 24, 19D7.
j- CITY ITEMS.
Rev. T. 0. Fuller, President of the
Howe Institute, of Memphis, Tenn
and pastor of the First Baptist Church
of Memphis, Tenn., will stop over in
Nashville, en route from Washington,
D. C, where he is attending the spe
cial Board meeting, and -will speak for
Kev. W. S. Ellington, at 11:00 a. m
and Rev. T. J. Townsend at 3:00 p. m
Sunday, Alay 2Cth.
Miss Susie Spence, of State street,
left the city yesterday morning for
Indianapolis, Ind., where she wil
spend several weeks before going to
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. Wade, Mr. and
Mrs. George Jordan, of Smyrna, have
been visiting relatives in the city this
week. Messrs. Wade and Jordan re
turned home Monday evening. Mrs,
Wade and Mrs. Jordan remained un
Misses Mary Phillips, Hattie Creigh
ton, Messrs. John Holbrooks and Hir
am Harding had a pleasant drive to
the country last Sunday.
A party composed of Mrs. George
Johnson, Misses Willie Page, Carrie B.
Page, Mr. Eugene T. Page and mother
spent Sunday in Murfreesboro the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Page,
Mr. Russel Howard, of Edgehill ave
nue, spent several days in Chatta
nooga this week.
Mrs. N. J. Anderson and N. J., Jr.,
of Fourteenth avenue, North, spent
Sunday in Springfield, Tenn., visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Bowling,
of Batavia street, North Nashville,
spent an enjoyable Sunday in Spring
Mr. and Mrs. J. West Bostick en
tertained at dinner Sunday Misses C.
Mildred Bryant and Esther J. Pink
ard. A four-course menu was served.
Little Miss Vivia, elder daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Horace W. Clark, of
Twelfth avenue, South, has been suf
fering with a slight cold.
Miss Margaret Thompson has re
turned to her home on Tremont ave
nue, after spending a "very successful
school term at the A. and M. College,
of Normal, Ala.
Mr. Horace W. Clark, of Twelfth
avenue, South, spent several days out
of the city this week.
A number of pupils of Knowles
School gave an elaborate dinner after
school hours last Friday to their
teachers. It was served on the prem
ises in Mrs. Webster's apartment
Mrs. Nellie E. Dunlap, of 919 War
ren street, contemplates attending the
Brown-Fisher wedding In Chicago on
Mrs. Annie R. Bond, sister of
Messrs. Lovell and A. T. Landers, will
arrive in the city to-morrow morning
and will spend a few days visiting
Hlatives and friends. Mrs. Bond has
been visiting relatives in Tullahoma.
Mrs. Mayes, of Crawfordsville, Ind.,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wil
son, at their new country home on
Miss Belle Marsh has returned from
Crawfordsville, Ind., to spend the sum
mer with her sister, Mrs. Mattie Wil
son, on Harding pike.
Mrs. Delia Johnson, of King street,
has been quite ill for some time.
Mr. Marshall Robertson has opened
a wood and coal house at 220 Third
Call at the Jordan Millinery School
and see Mme. Jordan's fine floral de
signs. 1001 Third avenue, South.
Mrs. Lula Jordan entertained on
the evening of the 21st inst. at 1004
Second avenue, South, Mrs. T. Brara
lett, of Cincinnati. A delightful party
was present. Cream and cakes were
Mrs. D. L. Hunt and little daughter,
of 29 North Hill street, spent a few
days in Brentwood.
Little Miss Mayme Lenox is spending
awhile with her relatives in Nashville.
She is one of Brentwood's charming
Miss Tempie Johnson, of 1230 Sec
ond avenue, South, will leave to-day
to be absent from the city a few days.
Mrs. Ludie Franklin, of Winchester,
sjent a few days in the city last week.
Mr. Wymon Brady, formerly con
nected with the circulation depart
ment of the Nashville Globe, has gone
to Chicago, to spend the summer.
Miss Selene McGavock, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew McGavock, of
23 Maury street, has returned from
Texas, where she has been teaching
Miss - Minnie Starnes, daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Starnes, of 29
Robertson street, has returned from
Harpeth, Tenn., where she has been
Mrs. Gertrude Watkins, of Pearl
street, was slightly indisposed the first
of the week.
Miss Bessie Mayberry, who has been
visiting her sisters on Cedar street,
left the city Sunday morning for her
Mrs. Philips, of Berry street, left
this week to visit her sister, Mrs. Hol
lis, in St. Louis.
Little Fanny Bigers died last Sun
day. She was sick for a long time.
Miss Viola Baker is in St. Louis
Mrrs. Wnrren. xvhn hn been on th
sick list for the past two weeks, Is
Mr. Darden, of Williams street, who
nas been sick. Is able to bo out.
Mrs. Emma Alford, who for some
years kept the popular boarding
nouse at no. 40a Gay street, has
moved to Capitol avenue.
Mrs. Bessie Nunion Armstrong, the
well-known stenographer, is now lo
cated at 411 Capitol avenue.
Miss Mary L. Clark, of 610 Jo John
fton avenue, arrived home Wednesday
morning irom liopkinsville, Ky.
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vwiere sue auenaea tne commence'
ment exercises of the college at (hat
Dr. A. C. McKissack has returned to
the city after a visit of two weeks in
Mississippi. Dr. McKissack's mother
sailed for Europe two or three weeks
Mrs. Ida B. Holmes, of 910 Shank
land street, is confined to her home bv
Little Willie F. Franklin, of 1013
Sixth avenue, North, who has been
sick for some time, is rapidly improv
ing m neaitn.
Rev. W. S. Ellington delivered the
annual address before the students
and faculty of the Ministerial Insti
tute and College of West Point, Miss.,
Wednesday, May 22 at 8 p.m. He will
preach the baccalaureate sermon for
LeMoyne Normal Institute, Memphis.
Tenn., Sunday, May 26, at 8 p. m. He
will deliver a lecture before the In
terdenominational Sunday School As
sociation of Memphis, Tenn., Monday,
aiay zi, at 8 p. ml
Mr. and Mrs. Buford, of 1015 Eigh-
teentn avenue. North, entertained
tevs. Welsh, Drake and Haigler at
supper last Wednesday evening.
Rev. M. K. Owens, the pastor of the
,ebanon Church at Brentwood, Tenn..
was in the city last Friday looking
after Sunday School supplies and fur
niture for his church.
Mr. P. H. Barber, of Shannon, Miss..
spent two days in Nashville this week.
Je came over from Memphis and
topped at Union City before coming
to Nashville. He left Wednesday
morning for his Mississippi home.
Rev. W. L. Craft filled the pulpit at
Mount Olive Baptist Church last Sun
day at 11:00 o'clock, owing to the ab
sence of Dr. C. H. Clark, the pastor,
who was in Hopkinsville, Ky., and
Rev. 1. J. Lewis, the assistant pastor.
who was in Franklin, Tenn., attending
Mr. T. J. Patton buried his sister.
Miss Patton, at Franklin last Sunday.
Mr. ratton is well know In this city.
le is a student at Flsk University and
s a highly respected man.
Rev. Wm. Haynes, after spending
wo days in Hartsville, Tenn., re
turned to the city Monday In time to
e present at the Ministers' Confer-1
ence Monday morning. He reported
having had a successful trip. He
raised $50 for Roger Williams. It was
earned that this was a liberal contri-
ution from the people of Hartsville.
The rally at the First Baptist
Church last Sunday did not quite
each the two hundred mark notwith
standing a beautiful day and extra
efforts on the part of the church. It
is learned that the amount was about
$137.00, which will go a long ways to
ward relieving the several obligations
on the church.
The Musical at Fisk University last
Friday evening was an enjoyable af
fair. Many artists in the musical pro
fession made their appearance on the
lage. Three musical graduates took
Mr. Clarence Eugene Allen of the
Class of 1907, Atlanta Baptist College,
arrived in the city last Thursday, and
all this week he has been shaking
anus witn old mends.
Dr. Wm. D. Chappelle left for New-
nan, Ga., Thursday. He will visit his
ister, Mrs. Glenn, after which he will
attend the Morris Brown College Com
Miss L. A. Carden, of Pulaski, is ex
pected in the city at an early date.
-he will be copy-holder at the A. M. E.
Church Sunday School Union.
Mrs. Wm. D. Chappelle and children
eft Wednesday night for Columbia.
Rev. T. H. Tyson, of Oswega, I. T.,
is visiting in the city.
Misses R. S. McCants and S. A. Jack
son are attending the commencement
exercises at Normal, Ala. Miss Jack-
on delivered an address to the school.
Miss Clotelle Chappelle will leave
next week to attend the commence
ment at Allen University.
Dr. C. H. Clark, the popular pastor
of Mount Olive Baptist Church, has
suffered a relapse and is again con-
lined to his home.
Mr. Robert Jackson, the efficient
al in attendant, who was taken sud
denly ilL some weeks ago while at his
post of duty aboard steamer J. B. Rich
ardson, is in the city after being con
fined for several days in the Marine
(ospital at Evansville, Ind.
VERDI CONSERVATORY EXER
The annual commencement exer
cises of tho Vordi Conservatory of
Music will be held at Mt. Olive Bap
tist Church, Monday night, June 3,
1907. The Principal, Miss Josie Price,
ins been in poor health this year, but
the work has gone on under her man
agement She will possibly be able
to conduct tlio r'fcrfi in person.
WHICH TO ADMINISTER.
THE most sacred ordinance that
can be observed by all churches
is that known as the Lord's
Supper or, in other words? Sacra
ment. We do sot think it is in
keeping with Ihese sacred ordi
ances of the Lord's Supper in
church now-a-days to try to admin
ister it with out the proper vessels.
Every Church Ought to Have a
First-Class Communion Set.
They can hive them made out
of the best grade of quardruple
plated table silverware if they de
sire them. The Church Supply
Department of the National Bap
tist Publishing Board has just re
ceived from their factory a new lot
of this high-class ware, and would
take paius in showing them to any
The Prices are Within Reach of AH
and Terms are Reasonable.
No church ought to be willing
to use glass disheB or the like for
these ordinances when they can
have the best grade of silver at
FOR HITHER miO.lTIOI CALL OR
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
: OF THE
A (JUAIU)RUPLE-PLATED COMMUNION SE
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2 Plates, 2 Gobhlets, 1 Flagon, 1 Quart.
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
S23 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
These are usually witnessed by a
arge crowd, as the principal is ex
tremely popular In the city.
Selection Verdi Chorus
Selection Verdi Chorus
Duet, Sadie Alsup and Georgia Overton
Vocal Solo Miss Mary Work
Duet . . . .Katie Boyd and Alice Cotton
iano Solo Mrs. Lena Thomas
Vocal Solo ....Miss Tempy Johnson
Piano Solo Alice Cotton
. .Mrs, Thomas and Mrs. Armstrong
iano Solo Georgia Overton
Piano Solo Mrs. Davis
Selection Verdi Chorus
Miss Josephine Price, Principal-
MR. AND MRS. EASON ENTER
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Eason enter
tained Wednesday evening, May 15,
at their residence on Eighth avenue,
North. Pit was the evening's chief
amusement. Around the table were
seated Mr. and Mrs. Will Young, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Thorne, Mr. and
Mrs. Ewing, Mr. Eason and Miss John
nie Blackwell. Mr. Chas. Thorne was
highest scorer, and Mrs. Robt. Eason
Last Friday, May 17, at the beautl-
ul residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
ite, East Nashville, was given one of
he grandest affairs of the season by
the "Joy Spreaders Club," a recently
organized body of. young men. Games
and dancing were the features of the
occasion. Refreshments were served.
Those present were Misses Ella C.
Darden, Willa Lee Foster, Anna L.
tobinson, Fannie Watkins, Hattie
Watkins, Eloise Frlerson, Clara Frier-
son, Bessie Garrett, Amanda Edmond
son, Willa Hurt, Mattie Vaulx, Geneva
Bender, Minnie L. Fite, Lizzie E.
Stockell, Marie Stockell, Velma Mos
ey, Addie L. Fite, Brucie Mai Ewing
nd Beatrice Vaughn, Messrs. Milton
W. Darden, Ernest G. Cole, Herbert
McBride, Frank Patterson, Jas. Web-
ter, Thos. Webster, Richard Perkins,
Stevens, Geo. O. Darden, Geo. Up-
shaw, Jno. Sims, Jno. Fleming, Hew-
tt Box, Leon Hurt, Wm. Beaden, F J.
wing, A. Whittaker.
Mrs. Eliza Graven, who once resided
on Watkins street in this city, and
who moved to St. Louis a number of
years ago, died suddenly Wednesday,
May 15. The funeral took place last
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Graven was
once a prominent member of Taber
nacle Baptist Church, Spruce street,
under the pastorate of Rev. J. E. Pur-
PREPARING TO REMODEL.
On last Sunday Trinity Chapel A.
M. E. Church on South Third avenue.
held a very successful rally. The
sum of $08.57 was raised. The pas
tor, Rev. G. J. Stanford, and his con
gregation are preparing to make some
very extensive improvement. The ed
ifice will be made practically a new
building. The Improvements will cost
between $50.0 and $G00. When com
pleted it will be a beautiful structure.
Funeral Directors and
CARRIAGES FOR HIRE.
449 Forth Afenae, forth,
Nashville, - - Tenn.
When in Heed of Groceries Don't Forget
J. R. BLAKE,
North Nashville's Reliable Grocer.
I ! Carry a Full Line of Seasonable Groceries
Goods delivered anywhere in the city
Corner Morrison and Jackson Streets.
Jordan School of
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TIIOROICH INSTRUCTIONS IN MILLINERY.
ALL KINDS OF FLOWER! j
ROR THOROUGH INFORMATION flPPLV
1004 SECOND AVENUE, SOUTH - 1Q34
members possess a great deal of a host of friends at th u
nrirfo nn,i thov o oM,v d i ""-iiua ar. the H1
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pride, and they are making strenuous
efforts to have their church look as
well as any In the city. Aside from
Improving the building, the furniture
will be given attention In order that
the interior may harmonize with the
RECEPTION AT HOWARD CON-
' GREGATIONAL CHURCH
,,nal Ch ch Thor
wU., wt;. 8ent out. Tlilfc rcinh m
Kiven several entertained
year, and through Ui 1B 3
ment of Mrs. C. II pwnjni ih
dent MU i mi V wn,& the proj
uenx, Misa Lillian Anguflta-BrihtmTri
other active memWs, the dub
tnjoyou a prosperous
tbo"crTm5nril Ccart last Tuosd