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TI1S NASHVI1LS OLOBU, riUDAT, JULY 19, 1907.
j CITY ITEMS, j
Miss Alice Stevenson, a sister to Mrs
Andrew Cartwright, of Patterson
street, arrived Wednesday morning
from Chicago, where she has been for
the past several months visiting rel
atives. Rev. C. II. Clark, D. D., is spendJrs
his vacation at Dawson Springs, Ky.
His church gave him a thirty days'
vacation, but it seems that he will not
be able to take all of the time. He
states in a letter to a Globe represen
tative that he will be home on Satur
day, July 20. to make Drenarnt.ions to
leave for the state convention held at
unattanooga on the 24th.
Rev. R. II. Boyd is contemplating
a trip beginning on Monday the 22nd.
He proposes to meet the two state
conventions of Mississippi. They
both will meet July 23. One convenes
in Vicksburg, while the other will
meet at West Point. It is Dr. Boyd's
intention to spend one day at each
convention. Special arrangements
nave already been made for the con
vention to suspend the order of husl
ness to hear hira immediately upon
nis arrival, lie also expects to attend
the Baptist State Convention, which
will meet in Chattanooga on the 24,
enabling him to meet three Baptist
state conventions in one week.
Mr. H. A. Boyd is scheduled to visit
the Tennessee Baptist State Conven
tion at Chattanooga on the 24th; the
Alabama Baptist Sunday School Con
veniton at Mobile, Ala., on the 30th;
New Orleans, La., August 1; and Mag
nolia, Miss., August 2, 3 and 4.
Mr. Z. C. Yarbrough, of Mason,
Tenn., stopped over in Nashville one
day this week en route home from the
-Grand Lodge at Knoxville. He was
the guest of Rev. W. S. Ellington.
Mrs. J. E. Bradford, of 132 Four
teenth avenue, North, has returned
home, aftsr a week's absence in the
country.
Miss Lena McKnight and Mr. Alex
ander Goodman, of Nashville, left this
morning for Louisville to be with their
sister, Mrs. Anna Smith, who Is . very
ill. 4
Mrs. Davison and Mrs. Alexander
Goodman and little son, M. Alexander
Goodman, left for Wartrace to visit
relatives.
Miss Sallie L. McKnight, of La
vergne, who has been visiting in the
city, will return home to-morrow
evening.
Mr. J. W. Blanton, the jewelry deal
er of Nashville, and Miss II. L. Wold
ridge, of Franklin, Tenn., were in
Dickerson last Sunday visiting their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. T. Howard,
whom they have not seen in twelve
years.
Rev. Fen-ell preached an excellent
sermon Sunday at eleven o'clock at
Dickerson.
Mrs. Chester Nickerson, of Indianop
olis, is visiting Mrs. Oscar Stokes, of
Washington street.
Miss Sadie Robinson, of Stevens
street, is sick.
Mrs. A. L. Spates, of St. Louis, is
in the city, having been called here
on account of the death of Mrs. Hes
ter Copeland.
Miss Maggie Kelly, who has been
visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Kelly, of this city, left for
home Tuesday.
Miss Bertha A. Lee, after a month's
visit in Pittsburg, Pa., and Clarks
burg, W. Va., to her parents, is at her
post of duty.
Miss M. N. Wimms will represent
St. Paul Sunday School at the Sunday
School Convention at Murfreesboro,
Tenn.
Dr. A. P. Gray, of Pulaski, Tenn.,
preached for Rev. Tyree White, of
St. James Chapel, last Sunday evening
at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. C. H. Boone is attending the
District Conference of the South
Nashville District at Murfreesboro,
Tenn., this week.
Mr. Wymon Brady left Wednesday
for Murfreesboro, where. he will spend
a few days.
Mr. J. J. Lay who attended the
Grand Lodge of K. p. in Knoxville,
while on hi3 way home stopped over
In Cleveland to visit his parents.
Mrs. A. M. Johnson has been very
III after her return from Knoxvlllfi.
where she had been attending the
Grand lx)dge.
Miss A. M. Freeman, of 12C2 Third
avenue, South, is indisposed this
week.
Miss Lurena Harris and Miss Lc
nora Cantrell, of East Nashville, are
visiting relatives In Gallatin.
Miss Emma Boyd, of G18 Williams
street, spent Sunday with Miss Etta
Harris of Edgefield Junction.
Mrs. Fannie Hamilton, of Grand
avenue, Is able to be out again.
Mrs. Georgia House, of Selma, Ala.,
is visiting her relatives in Nashville.
Mrs. Maggie Biddlo, of Winchester,
left the city last week for her hnmr
after spending three weeks with her
daughter, Miss Mary Lou Martin, of
Ninth avenue, 'North.
Mrs. Laura Ray. of Ridgoton. was
In the city last week visiting her
mother, Mrs. Hillman, of 307 Eleventh
avenue, North.
Mr, Osar Swinney, of Seventh, ave
nue, North, Is home again after a
snort visit to schoolmates at Knox
ville.
Mr. and Mrs Oscar McGill are visit
ing friends In Tullahoma and Shelby.
vine.
Miss Ophelia Hunt will visit her
aunt, Airs Lewis Hawkins at Chatta
nooga in a few days.
Miss Beaula Owens and slRtAr o
Eagleville, passed through the 'city
last week en route to Snrine-fiMrt
Mrs. W. II. Richardson, of 1207 Phil
lips street, left town Saturday for Mur-
ireesDoro lor a visit of two or mnro
weeks with Mrs. Cowan, ftm mother
or Airs. Richardson, and others. Her
son, Aionzo. accomnanled her and will
spend the the summer with his grand
parents.
Mr. James A Black whose font was
badly crushed on the 9th Inst by an
elevator, is improving.
bunday evening, July 14, Mr. Joe
Crawley and son, John Henry, James
Coffey and others carried a picnic
atxmt iitten miles up the Cumberland
Air. King S. Howell, formerly of
Nashville, and his son-in-law, Mr. Jo
seph Dickson, have opened a flrst-
ciass tonsorial parlor and pool room
in Jersey City, N. J.
Mr. John T. Rhines, formerly of
wasnviiie, has a magnificent undertak
ing establishment in Washington, D.
C.
Mr. Walter Anderson, left Friday
morning for Memphis. While awav
he will isit Jonesboro and saveval
other places in Arkansas. Ho will
bring back with him his niece, little
Mary B. Dean, who has been visiting
relatives In Jonesboro.
After a pleasant stav of six weeks
in Louisville, Miss Johnie Marie Den-
nie has gone to Cinclnattl, where die
will probably spend two weeks.
After leaving from Cincinnati, she
will spend a few days In Louisville,
and return to Nashville and the 29th.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jordan, of 921
Pearl street, spent last Sunday with
their aunt Mrs. David Wims, of Frank
lin, Tenn.
Mr. A. G. Price left the citv Mondav
night after spending the dav with his
mother. He expressed himself as be
ing well Pleased with the lanndrv
business in Memphis.
The office of the Globe was visited
Saturday by p. number of Rtrane-Ara
who 'were en route to their homes from
the Grand Lodge held in Knoxville,
Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Eason of 31?
Fiighth avenue, iNorth, are visiting
Mrs. Eason's Darents. Mr. and Mrs
G. B. Brady, of Murfreesboro, and
Mr. basons mother, of Readvville.
Tenn. On their return home Mrs. Fa-
son will go to Memphl3 to spend the
remainder of the summer.
Miss Jennie Craighead had as her
guests Thursday for a six o'clock din-
ner, Misses Irene Robertson, Louise
norton, Ella Bean and Mrs. A. M.
Johnson.
Mrs. A. M. Johnson has returned
from Johnson City and Chattanooga.
Mr. Wm. Key leaves the last, of the
month for Atlantic City, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Thornton an
nounce the engagement and approach
ing marriage of their dauehter Queen.
to Mr. M. A. Turner, which will take.
place Thursday evening, August 15, at
their home on Fiftenth avenue, South.
Miss Dazle Lee Meriwether has re
turned home after a short visit to her
aunt, Mrs. John Nelson.
Mr. Milton E. Jackson has returned
from Guthrie, Ky.
Mr. Clinton Bean is on the sick list.
Miss Ella Bean will leave early next
month for Cincinatti and Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jenkins, of 813
Stevens street, entertained Thursday
night of last week in honor of Miss
Ardena Jenkins and Mr. Wm. Cape
of Chicago. The house was deeftrateel
with cut flowers which made a very
beautiful scene. At a late hour cakt
and ices were served. Mr. Wm. Cag
left Mondav Moraine for Chi
Miss Minnie Patton left the Htv
mesuay evening for Harrisburg, 111
to spend her vacation. She will tint
return to Nashville, but will go from
there to Tyler, Texas, to make her
ncme with Dr. and Mrs. Phipps
Miss Olivia Weaklv. Of Pattprsnn
street, is very much better
Miss Willa B. Dodson. of .Teffersnn
street, who has been quite sick for sev
eral weeks, has returned to her post of
duty at the Baptist Publishing House
Messrs. L. D. Bumbrev and Frvl
Ewing are night operators of the lino
type machines at the Baptist Publish
ing House.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buchanon.
State street, accompanied by their lit
lie daughter, Willa, Connie May Ki
Miss Gertrude Mavberrv. nf R!1
(!ar street, was slightly indisposed the
ursi oi tue week,
Miss f n riricfcn.v, tmn, t , ouum, jina ueeu inuisposeu h
re t but is slightly better.
Street, left the city Wednesday even
commun:
VESSELS WITH WHICH TO ADMINISTER
THE LORD'S SUPPER.
THE most sacred ordinance that, j
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i 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 them made out
of the best grade of cjuardruple
plated table silverware if they de
sire thetn. 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 pains in showing them to any
one.
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
moderate prices. .
FOR FlItTlIER mORJIATIOJ CALL OR
WRITE THE
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
OF THE
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
A QUAItDItliPLE-PLATED COMMUNION SET.
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2 Tlates, 2 Goblets, 1 Quart Flagon.
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD
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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
ng for Chicago, where she will srjend
the balance of the summer.
Mrs. Rachel Franklin, of 919 Warren
street, the grandmother of Mrs. Nellie
E. Dunlap, has nearly recovered from
er sick spell or last week.
Mr. S. W. Shelby, of Tenth avenue.
South, returned to the citv last Vr.
day night from Knoxville, where he
represented Purity Lodge in the an
nual session of the Order,
Mr. J. O. Battle Is back from Knox-
ille and Chattanooga.
Mr. Ernest McGuire went to Hop
insville, Ky., Monday evening.
Mrs. A. M. Townsend. of Webster
street, is visiting relatives in Chatta
nooga.
Mrs. James A. Hunter, of 1309 Hvnes
street, returned to the city from Chi-
ago, where she had been visiting her
laughter, Anna Louise, last Sunday
morning.
Dr. J. P. Crawford returned to the
city last Saturday.
A. A. Bennett, after attending the
annual meeting of the Grand Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, accompanied by
J. T. Shelby, visited the Jamestown
Exposition.
A. W. Fite returned from Knoxville
ast Friday night
Mr. Hobbs Childress, who has been
very ill since the middle of June with
malaria, Is still confined to his home
on Laurel street. The physician In
charge, though, has noted an improve
ment In his condition. It 1b now
thought that Mr. 'John Childress, his
rather, who came South on account of
the illness of his son, will be soon en
abled to return to his duties In the
post office at Detroit, Mich,
Mrs. C. C. Cannon continues to Im
prove from her recent attack of rheu
matism.
Mr. Wm. D. Boger is back from
Knoxville.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert White have re
turned from the annual meetings of
the urand Lodge Knights of Pythias
and trie urand court of Calanthe.
Mrs. Julia II, Morgan Johnson, of
this city, left Louisville last. Wed n es-
day for Washington, where she will
spend a few weeks visiting her
cousins, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Harris,
or 105 Sixth street, N, W,
Mrs. Minnie Hobbs. of Laurel street.
win leave the city Friday for Chicago.
From this place she will nroceed to
Grand Rapids, Mich., where she will
spend several weeks. She will visit
several other cities in the state. In
cluding Ypsilante, returning to this
,. city via. Cincinnati,
Mr. J. W, Scruggs, of Patterson
street, has returned from Knoxville
Mrs. Delia Mills has been indisnnspd
since her return from Knoxville, where
Preston Taylor.
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and Clara Honily went to Providence Janthe.
inoay and spent a most pleasant day. Mr. Ed. F. Hill s now in Newport
Miss Louise Hall, who has hpen tnh R. I., where he will Rnpnri th cum
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Mr. P. C, Bowling, of Patterson 0ePartment of M"sic of Fisk Univer-
Etreet, has returned from Knoxville ty Ul!8 year' gave a recital at the
pred church in the city,
Mrs. Turner Page, of Ninth avpnnp
South, has been indisposed for the past
Wri, J, C. Thompson, of Seventeenth
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MT. 2ION EXCURSION.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Sun-lay-school
had their annual outing
Monday up the Cumberland river at
riestly Springs. The steamer Henry
Tarley was obliged to make two
trips to accommodate the people and
was compelled to leave quite a num
ber behind. Every ccursionist thor
oughly enjoyed the outing.

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