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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 190fr.
j CITY ITEMS.
Mrs. J. II. Kelly, Jr., of Bass street,
was ouite sick the first of the week.
Master Geo. W. Gore. Jr.. celebrated Ul ay berry, of 821 Cedar street, visited
his sixth birthday yesterday afternoon the Globe office and many prominent
making: department of the Baptist pub
Miss "Willa It. Scott ha3 gone to
B'ranklin to attend the teachers' insti
Mr. W. K. Hopes and Mrs. Norris, of
New Orleans, accompanied by Miss
by having a number of little ones as
Rev. A. P. Gray, of Pulaski, Tenn.,
was in the city last week attending the
Allen 0. K. League Convention
Mis. Lucy Jordan, of Pulaski, re
turned home Wednesday after spend
ing six weeks in the city.
Air. G. V. White of 735 Ninth ave
places about town, and were very
Miss Alberta Allen, who has been on
the sick list for quite a while, is not
doing so well these warm days.
Miss Mary Polk, of Third avenue,
South, is slightly indisposed this
Miss Mamie Thompson, was sudden-
nue, South is slightly indisposed this ly tailed to the bedside of her sister,
Mrs. J. 13. Batte is on the sick Ust
Mrs. M. A. Turner, of Pulaski, and
Mrs. Maggie Jones, of Bryson, joined
the Nashville delegation Sunday for
I.noxville, where they will attend the
K. P. Grand Lodge.
Prof. J. B. Batte arrived home Sat
urday morning from Clarksville and
Jeit Sunday night for Knoxville.
Mrs. A. L. Pinkston is able to be
cut after a two week's illnes.
llev. W. A. Lewis is in the city this
Mrs. M. A. Saunders is at home af
ter spending quite a pleasant time
visiting her son and dauhgter in Hen
Miss Charity Johnson, of 10 Hob
Mrs. Hester Copeland, of Glencliff, who
is quite sick. She is somewhat better
at this writing.
Rev. N. P. Greggs, of McMinnville,
Tenn., is expected in tne city at an
Mrs. Georgia Nixon left for Macon,
Ga., to visit her husband, who is the
head trainer of the Idle Hour Stock
Mrs. Washington House, of 703 Cen
tral street, entertained Mrs. James
Coffey's daughter-in-law, Mrs. Waters,
of Louisville, on July 3. The dinning
room was decorated with green palms.
Daintv refreshments were served. A
small number were present.
Mr. and Mrs Cook, of C33 Fogg
street, are delight? t to have with
them their mother, Mrs, Durley Cook,
prison street, entertained at dinner of Franklin, and brother, Samuel
last Sunday Miss Daisy D. Moores and
Antoinette M. Freeman.
Trinity Chapel A. M. E. Church Sun
dav School is preparing to give a
grand concert and dumb wedding on
July 29. Everybody is invited.
Mr. W. H. Willard, of Louisville, is
visiting his mother, Mrs. Louisa Mc
White, of Louisville. Mrs, Cook spent
the fourth of July in Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Durand Houston, of 713 Ninth
avenue, south, has gone to uoiumuia
to visit her mother and sisters, Mrs.
Sol Joyce, for several weeks. From
there she will go to Mt. Pleasant for
a short stay, and on her way back she
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Murray, of 710 Stevenson avenue, win pay a vjsu m i-iauMm
This is Mr. Willard's first visit to the home of Mrs. Williams, who will join
city in nine years.
Mrs. J. E. Bradford, of 132 Fourteenth
avenue, North, is spending this week
in Smyrna, Tenn., and surrounding
country, where she usually goes every
summer to spend a few of the hot
Some shares of the Nation?.! Mer
VESSELS WITH WHICH TO ADMINISTER
THE LORD'S SUPPER..
Tlirjmost sacred ordinance that
can le observed by all churches
is that known as the Lord's
Supper or, in other words, Sacra
ment. We do not think it is in
.keeping with these 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 have thetn 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 ie
ceived from their factory a new lot
of this high-class wive, and would
take pains in showing them to any
The Prices are "Within Reach of All
and Terms are Reasonable.
No church ought to be willing
to use glass dishes or the like for
these ordinances when they can
have the best grade of silver at
FOR ITRTHER NTOK.ILITIOX CALL OR
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S23 SCCOND AVENUE, NORTH,
A QUARDltlTLE-PLATED COMMUNION SET.
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her for her stay in Mt. Pleasant.
Dr. Voorhees has returned from his
branch office at Columbia, Tenn.
Mrs. Voorhees and Richard are hav
ing a very extensive trip in the North vention, but will come back through
and West. They plan to remain dur- Nashville within the next two or
ing the warm weather. three weeks en route to Cleveland,
The question was asked a Globe man Ohio, and points north, and will then
tantile Realty and Improvement Com- this week, if there would be any sou- uot reach home until after the Nation-
. . . - - !- r,f loft in PVi a H a n nnpn Dnt-lut f'nmronl lr
pany, a rich corporation or jaenson- venu yvot v..iu w.-.a- a
ville Fla, owned and operated by Ne- or Knoxville, Tenn., after the delegates A recent communication from WasTi-gi-oes
have been disposed of in Nash- to the K. P. Grand Lodge had finished ington, D. C, states that all delegates
ville Ihe uast week. tneir weens siayj m wmcu no icyncu, and visitors who expect to attend the
Mrs. Sadie Upshaw, of Eighth ave- u aoesni iook. iih.e n., uui, m National Baptist Uonventlon, wnicn
I-ue. ISOUtll IS Still Very 111. mcj mu uui tv ruuvfuea iu mat city ouytemuci a-l-xu,
Mrs. Mattie Bradley left Saturday iNasnviue anu gei bumc vw m su0uld notity uev. M. VV. u. JNorman,
niirht for Batle Creek. Mich. Baptist
Miss Emma Jo Burton, of ' Division caras.
.street, arrived in the city Saturday
Publishing House on postal
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f.nm Phirnirn. where she has been vis- Md not nave lis reguiai wceivijr meet-
itiuK since last October. Miss Burton ing last Monday.
will be here for a few weeks
D. D., who lives at 1211 T Street, N.
V.. and ask for an assignment card.
The Baptist Minister's Conference lieVi Norman is the chairman of the
local committee with headquarters at
the address above mentioned. Indi
cations now point to a record break-
Rev. H. Holman, D. D., or Tampa,
Mrs. Harvey Ewing, of Franklin, Fla., passed through Nashville Tues- illg meeting.
spent several days with Mrs. Ned clay, en route to not epuusa, m., Miss Ella Hendry, of Eighth avenue,
Tyree, of No. 20 Tennessee street, last wnere ne wm uuituuui nuo. Noi.(h Jg visiting her jjister in sioux
week while in the city. She was en- uev. no am imwiw i City, Michigan
tertaineu last xuesuay ai mnner given " Miss Willie Andrews, of Ewing ave
by Mrs. uavia iewis, or. io rirsi ave- 'u .....
nue, South. Rev- Joseph Wilson, of Atchison,
After a brief illness Miss II. Louise ians., was in iowu iur huuiu i
rerkins is able to be at her post again, hours Wednesday en route to rayeiie-
v e. Tenn. lie coes irom mere iu
Miss S. Christine Perkins left last
Sunday to spend the remaining sunv
mer Avith relatives In Indianapolis
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Mr. S. II. Ewing and Miss M
L. Lyerson on July 17.
Miss Katie Vaulx, of Chicago, is in
nue, will leave the first of next week
for Chicago to visit her sister, Mrs.
St. Clair Hudgins.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, of Southwest
New Orleans, where he will conduct Nashville, returned from Alabama last
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week, where they have been visiting
friends and relatives.
Mr. Monroe AVimes, of 1103 Thir
teenth avenue, South, who has been
sick for some time, is much improved.
MVs. S. S. Hughes and daughter,
a revival oeiore returning 10 jvausa.;-'.
Rev. D. D. Buck is still in Chicago,
111. He writes that he is very lone
some without The Globe.
Dr and Mrs. T. Ernest McClain
ihc pUv viiftncr i1Pr mother. Mrs Jane were civen a very warm welcome by
Johns, of S25 Stevens street. the Denverites upon their .arrival in LHsg Temiie j 0f Fourteenth avenue,
Miss Sadie Foster, of Franklin is in the city of Denver, so say melius oi North, left this morning for cooler
the city, the guest of Miss Beatrice the young couple who have had let- tg than NashyiHe. Rumor has it
Hill, of 801 Ewing avenue. iers uirea num uic t.rau Uiat they go to East Tennessee to
Mr. A. Crawford, a well known citi- vvnue in new uueaus. ai iuc dwen among the mountains for the re-
zen. has sold his farm in the Four- clay bchooi congress, ine uioue mail main(ler 0 ule summer
teenth District of Rutherford county, met D. T. Shelton, -manager or ine
Messrs Ike Couch and John Stewart New idea, puunsnea ai uaivebiuu,
made the purchase. Tex. They are friends of old
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Mrs. Chas. G. Hart spent Friday with
Mrs'. Cassie Greer, of Waverly Place.
Mrs.' Anderson Buchanan and son
Edwin, of Shelbyvllle. Tenn., spent a
few days in the city last week, the the year,
eucsts of Dr. and Mrs. w. u. uaKer
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Singleton, enter
tained at dinner Sunday, Mrs. A. G.
W. Sanso. of Muskogee, I. T., and
Miss Mattie Belle Scales.
Mr. and Mrs. Thoma3 Payne, of Mo
bile. Ala., are spending a few days
in the city the guests of Mrs. Mercer,
of Eleventh avenue. North
Miss Amelia L. Carpenter, of 1G15
.in Johnston avenue, has returned to
rial Secretary of the National Baptist
Publishing Board, is hard at work on
the National Baptist Commentary for
Mrs. Susan Lowe, Superintendent of
the Tennessee School for the Blind,
left Tuesday night to spend the sum
mer months in the mountains of East
Tennessee. Mrs. Lowe has not been in
Mrs. Sango left this week for her
home in Muskogee, after having spent
more than two weeks with relatives
in this city. Mrs. Sango is still a fa
vorite, having many warm friends
Mrs. Eva Mae Green left the city
Monday for an extended trip through
Texas. Mrs. Green is scheduled to
visit North, West and Central Texas.
Most of the time, however, is to be
spent at Palestine, visiting old ac-
that portion of (he state for more than quaintances. She expects to return in
thirteen years, but has a host of time to begin work in September.
friends and some distant relatives wno
assure ner a pleasant ana cooi sum
mer. Many of the students of the
blind school came from the extreme
east of the state.
Miss Rebecca Sykes, who was vlsit-
Ihe city after spending a rew aays
il,f niilrio nn tho TlfllpvipW Tlikfi. She
will so to Alabama to spent the re- ing the Misses Wells of Fourteenth
mainder of the summer with her avenue, North, left Saturday morning,
mother and return to enter school in
aw Wash in eton Camnbell. of OS
Maurv street, was very sick last week
The doctor was with him nearly all
July G, for Frankfort, Ky., to spend
the remainder of the summer with rel
It is learned from letters just re
ccived In Nashville that Miss Martha
Huntington Goode, of Collington, Md.,
is spending the summer in Stonington,
Conn., a beautiful summer resort near
Long Island Sound.
Miss Mattie Belle Scales will spend
her vacation in the region of the Great
Lakes. The trip will be practically a
repetition of that of last summer, ex
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atives She will return to her home kept Ing that a major portion of the
in Decatur, Ala., about September l.
Miss Lady B. Stringer, the clerk in
the Globe ofhee, is attending tne
mi.:, Kffie Blanche Hadley. won the state Grand Lodge, K. of P., at Knox-
second prize at the cooking demon- ville, representing the Court of Calan-
Prof. Booker T. Washington, Princi
pal of the Tuskegee Institute, spent
last Friday afternoon In Nashville.
Rev. Edwards II. Smith, of Clarks
ville, was among the visitors in the
city this week.
Rev. J. C. Lott, of Lebanon, Tenn.,
was down last Saturday arranging for
his big rally Sunday at Lebanon,
where he is pastoring.
Rev. Wm, Beckham, Field Secretary
of the National Baptist Convention,
?pent a week at home, but left this
morning for a trip south. He goes
directly to the Georgia District Con-
Ftratlon, last week, me prize was a
Madams Lewis Horton and Philip
Douglass spent last Wednesday with
Mrs. Cassie Greer, of Wavely Tlace.
Dinned was served in the old-fashioned
way. The guests left late In
Mr. F. C. Bowling, of Patterson
street, is in Knoxville.
Miss Olivia Weakley, of Patterson
street, is suffering with her eyes.
Mrs Millie Newman, of Fourth ave
nue South, is suffering with rheuma-
Miss Amanda Carter, of lorgan
street,-is connected with thd book-
time will be spent with relatives at
Buffalo, N. Y. She is expected to leave
in the course of the next two weeks.
Miss Bessie L. Martin is spending
two weeks at the country home of
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Jackson, on
the White's Creek Pike.
Mrs. P. Robinson, of Dyershurg,
Tenn., is spending the week with Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Young, of Eighth ave
nue, North, while her husband is at
tending the State Grand Lodge at
It h rumored that Prof. W. L. Cans-
ler, who has been indisposed at his
home on Tihlen street for ihe past
three or four months, will not return
with the Pythian delegates, but will
spend a few weeks or possibly until
after the National Baptist Convention
with bis father and brothers near
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