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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY. MAT 24. 1337.
One of the most beautiful pictures in thelioine, a
church or a Sunday school, is an organ one that
is built to suit the home, the congregation and
the financial condition of the people. This is what
a National Baptist organ will do.
Mesdames Emma Garrett and Litha
Grizzard are visiting relatives in Ev-
Miss Anna L. Hendricks has recent
ly been made teacher of the advanced
class in the Congregational Sunday
Mrs. Nancy Grooms, who has been
ill for several days. Is improving.
Mr. Robert Cartwrlght declares he
will subscribe for the Globe soon.
Messrs. Alexander Dozier and "Will
iam Johnson, two most promising
young men, are constant readers of
The vast majority of the peple of
Goodlettsville attended the big church
rally at Hendersonville last Sunday.
Mrs. Mollie Baker will visit her old
home In Kentucky, where she has not
been for fourteen years.
MARECHAL NIEL ART CLUB.
The Marechal Niel Art Club met at
the residence of Mrs. Jno. T. Shelby
Monday, May 20. A nice program
was rendered. The ladies spent one
hour in needlework and an hour in
very lively and interesting debates
The guests of the occasion were Mrs
Mary Eliza Bowlin, of Adalrville, Ky.,
and Mrs. Susie Haynes. Mrs. Bowlin
commended the work of the club very
highly. A wine punch with ice was
served, after which the ladies retired
to the dining room, where an elabo
rate menu consisting of toast bread,
spring chicken, tomatoes, sandwich
on lettuce, dressed pickle, olives salt
ed almonds, cake, cream, in the em
blem of the Marechal Niel rose and
ribbon candy. The next meeting will
be with Mrs. Steve Turner.
The parlor organs are in three
Style No. 2 is 5 octaves, action
J oak case only.
Style No. 3 is 5 and 6 octaves,
oak case only.
Style No. 5 is 5 and 6 octaves,
case is oak or walnut.
Style No. 75 is our new de
sign. It is quarter sawed, golden
oak polish and is put up in a six
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ice Given. Convenient to the Theatre.
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Fred Thorn is.
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M4 OT.titf. '
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1214 Pearl Street, has been
completed. Every thing clean
and the very best; in fact, a
first-class place where you can
feel comfortable. Our frit nds
are keeping us busy,
GIVE US A CALL. BEST OF
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Near 12th Ave., N.
S. IV. Brcnyn, Prop.
S. R. SMITH,
Cash meat market
"XOTIIIMJ BUT THE BUST"
Phone Main 3166-w 140 Fifth Avenue. S'
Voorliees & Simms
NEW AND SECOXS) )
The Magnolia Sewing Circle met at
the home of Mrs. G. W. Voorhies on
Monday last. Tho following named
ladies were present: Mesdames
Green Hunt. Huston Cole, Robert
Owens. Simon Woods. Alex. Merritt,
Thomas Walker, Robert E. Johnson,
Samuel Vernon. Edward Bills, J. C
Crawley and Walter Dowell. After a
pleasant few hours spent at work in
which auite an amount of sewing was
done, the ladies were invited to the
dining-room where a most appetizing
frm r.prvnrs mnu awaited them. At
the conclusion of the sumptuous re
nast. a motion was made an carried
to suspend further meetings of the
circle until September 1. The famil
iar song, "God be with you till we
meet again." was sung, after which
the ladies took leave of their amiable
hostess, carrying with them pleasant
recollections of the many pleasant
meetings of the past, with hopes of
many more after the vacation.
Miss Agnes Voorhies, daughter of
Mr. and Mirs. G. W. Voorhies, who has
been in a.ttendawce at Normal, Ala.,
returned last Saturday to visit her
narents during the summer vacation.
Mrs. Ella Pillow is visiting friends
After an absence of fifteen years,
Mr. G. S. Perkins made a visit to his
mother, Mrs. Lillie Perkins. (During
his visit Mr. Lay, of Nashville, photo
cranhed the family. Mr. Perkins re
sides in Buffalo. N. Y.
Messrs. Fred Reed and Charley
Walker visited Miss B. Perkins last
Mr. William Austin, of Nashville,
was here Sunday.
Mr. West Dobson, Jr., of Topeka,
Kan., is visiting his aunt, Mirs. Laura
MIssps Frnnkie and Beatrice Hill,
of Nashville, accompanied by Mr
Will Owens, visited Miss Sabie J.
Mr. and Mrs, Robert E. Johnson en
tertained a few friends last Thursday
nisrht in honor of Mr. G. S. Perkins,
of Buffalo, N. Y., and their daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Patsy Perkins Johnson:
who left the following morning for her
future home in St. Ixmis.
Ethel, the little granddaughter of
Mrs. Lillie Perkins, is expecting to go
to Buffalo, N. Y., next Friday night
with her uncle.
Misses Odie and llattie Perkins vis
ited here Inst Sunday.
Messrs. M. and Samuel Vernon vis
ited their parents last Sunday.
Rev. T. A. Thompson, Presiding
Elder of the A. M. E. Church, Louis
ville District, is spending a few days
with his wife and daughter, Mrs. J. C.
Crawley, of locust Lawn.
Misses Eunice and Susie Vernon,
of Walden University, are spending
their vacation with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Vernon.
The closing: exercises of the colored
public school last week marked an in
teresting event in our city. It lasted
four niehts. The exercises of the sec
ond and third grades taught by Mrs
L. C. Ransom, were specially good
Prof. J. C. McAdams- left for Mem
phis Saturday to do revenue service.
The annual decoration of graves by
the Benevolent Society at their beauti
ful cemetery took place Friday. Ad
dresses were delivered by Prof. Mc
Adams. Rev. Mr. Seymour and Dr. J.
A. Jones. The college choir of Turner
Normal Institute furnished music.
The "T. N. I." team (Turner Nor
mal) has its colors still flying. Two
games were played last week on the
college campus in which T. N. I.
came out victors. One was against
Wartrace; the other against Tulla
homa. In the first game the score
stood 13 to 8: in the second, the score
was Tullahoma 5, T. N. I. 24. Turn
er Normal has won in everevy contest
this season. Two games will be played
during Commencement week, May 11
A creat time is expected during
Commencement week, as the town
will be filled with visitors
Turner Normal is booming as never
before. There will be eighteen grad
nates from the different departments.
The annual sermon of the Benevo
lent Society was preached last Sunday
afternoon at the A. M. E. Church by
Dr. J. A. Jones.
The annual sermon to the students
of Turner Normal was delivered Sun
day night by President Jones. The
house was crowded to its full ca
Mr. George Davidson ot this town
died last Saturday night. Funeral
was held at the A. M. E. Church, Rev
B. G. Gordan officiating
Mr. T. T. Ransom attended the
electoral college at Franklin last week
and returned much delighted with his
SPRING HILL NOTES.
Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done.
UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY.
Phone, Main 1342. 907 10th Ave. S.
LOSES TWO BY DEATH.
Benevolent Society No. 81 loses
two old members in the persons of
Mr. Richard Vinson and Mrs. Vicey
Burrus. They were two of the oldest
members in the Society, and had given
much service for humanity. The
break in the ranks caused by death is
being rapidly filled with new mem
bers. President Williams is leaving
no stone unturned to keep the society
in the front rank, and much good is
being done for suffering humanity.
Rev. Mr. Anderson, of the Methodist
TOnisconal Church. South, will preach
at Wesley Chapel Methodist Episcopal
Church Sunday night.
A Ana 1st of subscriptions tor me
Globe was given its advertising super
intendent. Mr. W. F. Waters. Mr. J
L. Watson, the courteous town mar
shal of the town and Messrs. Beck
with Bros, being with the list. Beck
with Bros, placed an advertisement
with the mner. Note those who ad
vertise with us and trade with them.
"Onp cood thine deserves another.
Save a few pennies by depositing
with the Bank of Spring Hill.
Rev. M. F. Riley, of Mt. Hope uap-
Hst Church, begins a revival on May
fi Mrs. Emma Shorter joined nis
church Sunday. Rev. N. B. Jenkins
presented the choir with a dozen song
Miss Tennie Jenkins has been ill,
lint i imnrovine.
Mi Minnie Campbell lettthlsweeK
for Indiana. She will spend a week
in Nashville on her way.
Air. Sam Bond. Sr.. is agent for one
of the most prosperous and largest
plantations about here owned uy Mr.
Wm. Chairs. Mr. Bond has managed
it for nearly a quarter of a century to
the satisfaction above that ot many
nf Mr. Chairs' former white agents.
Mr. Bond is a man of a good charac
ter, common sense and strict honesty
Mrs. Sallie Blair is slightly inais
posed this week. It is hoped she will
Mr Johnson, owner of a phosphate
mine, has bought an auto and has
fivrti sever al of the colored boys in
his employment rides. It's the Globe
man's turn next.
Upv. Green Thompson, pastor or the
Primitive Baptist Church, is getting
nn well in his work.
Mrs. W. Harrison and Mrs. Mat
Shnrher are not so well this week
Among our prosperous business men
ru-p Prof. McKenny and Mr. Scruggs,
who manage white barber shops; Mr.
D. Overton conducts a pressing house,
Mrs. Adeline Peters manages a res
iminint- Mr. George Sharber, Mi
Griirsl v and Mr. A. J. Jenkins solicit
and deliver for Messrs. J. F. Park,
Beck with Bros, and Odie & Odie re
Prof. .1. W. Byers is principal of the
city s'hool, with Miss Elnora Bond,
The trustees and stewards of Wesley
Chapel are engaged in a rally for that
church. Five clubs are at work doing
well with captains as follows: Mrs.
Eliza McLemore, Mrs. Belle McLe
more, II. Polk, Mrs. R. McIIenry, A
J. Jenkins. .
Miss Irene Peters sang a solo at Mt
Hope Baptist Church Sunday evening
Prof. Wm. H. McIIenry has bought
some very valuable property in the
citv of Nashville at a cost ot $;j,4uu
one of which is a beautiful house and
lot, No. 1000, corner of Jackson street
and Eleventh avenue. North. He was
in the city this week looking after
some improvements being made.
PHYLLIS WHEATLY CLUB,
The Phyllis Wheatly Club will meet
at the home of Mrs. Clemmie White,
No. 0 Garden street, on Thursday,
May 30, at 3 o'clock.
WANTED 100 Colored Women
who can read and write. Will give
them work at once. Call at my of
fice, No. 406 Fifth avenue, North.
WANTED All Churches and Sunday
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc.. to raise means to oav off
all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Haptist, rublishing lsoaru, 523 second
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
WANTED Having Just closed the
Millinery Department, wants twenty
rirls to. work in the flower depart
ment. Apply at once in person to
Mrs. Jordan, 1004 Second avenue,
WANTED Bright, energetic man
or woman to manage local business for
manufacturer: Murfreesboro. Frank
lin, Pulaski, Columbia, Clarksville,
MRS. CARRIE V. YOUNG,
316 Eighth avenue, N.
FOR RENT. Two rooms tor een-
tlemen or light housekeeping. 419
Mrst avenue, South. ti.
FOR RENT Part of nfflrp p-nn
light, at Bcyd Building. See Janitor.
A beautiful suite of rooms
on the third floor of the Napier
O 1 J11 T,V 11. . "NT 14
vuui itnr ourin we., iNortn.
There are five rooms with a
p;lass-stanied partition. Will
be rented in whole or in part.
Can be used as a flat or lodge
J. C. Napier,
One Cent Savings Bank,
3000 cast off hotel dishes
cheap, at 3 i G Eighth ave
Suitable for family use or
Ontnhpc T?nloo 1QA7
vv u a. AVUIVOy A 4 V I
Katie C. Steele vs. Edward S. Steele
In this CailSP It nnnpnrlnor n tha.
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant is a nnn-rpslrlpnt nf iha Qtntn
of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upoi
t,X. . IJ.1..X n , ...
linn, H is mererore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance herein
at the next term of the Davidson
uounty circuit Court, to be holden at
the Court House In Nashville, Tennes.
see, uu uie zna Monday in uctober, It
being the 14th day, and defend, or
said complainant's bill will be taken
lor confessed ns to hi
muya U V. C IVt
hearing ex parte. It is therefore or
nered mat a copy of this order hi
published for four weeks in succession
in the Nashville Globe, a newspaper
iiuuiiMiuu in iNasnviiie.
L. M. IIITT, Clerk.
M. B. COOK. D. C
T. G. EWING.
Solicitor for Complainant
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ALL KINDS OF CANNHI) GOODS.
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W. F. RoiU'KTSON and his profession
al barbers now occupy a new, first-class
shop with hot and col l bath attachments.
Our friends who patronized us at 822
Church Streit w ill find us at the
Capitol Barber Shop,
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813 CEDAR STREET.
Fanny Taylor Restaurant,
TINE LUNCHES. ( Prompt Attention)
Meals 5, 10, 15 and 25 cents.
139 I'owrtli rtuenue, South.