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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST
j CITY ITEMS, j
Louis, Jr., of 1305 Jackson street, will
spend a few days of next week with
-her mother, Mrs. Lee W. Winston, of
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Crowder will en
tertain Mrs. Lettie Brown Gibson, of
'Cleveland, Ohio, Wednesday evening
August 21st. Mrs. Gibson will be their
;guest for a week.
Mrs. I. B. Luckett, of Prairie View
State Normal. Prairie View, Texas, is
'in the city the guest of Mrs. I. B.
tfeott. Mrs. Luckett is a poet of rare
lalent. She is author of the "New
"Era," and other vwuit, jf interest.
Mrs. B. II. Gray, of 938 Blank street,
has returned from Chattanooga, where
she attended the sessions of the Wom
an's Christian Temperance Union,
which were held in that city July 24th
Prof. W. G. Ilynes, the celebrated ex
hibitor of moving pictures, reached
Owensboro. Ky., on July 25 and began
his engagement the following day.
Mrs. Palace Mullens is quite sick at
her home, 902 Shankland street.
Telegrams were received in the city
the fust of the week stating that Mr.
James Fort, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
T. Fort, of 915 Sixteenth avenue, N.,
was dangerously sick in Cincinnati
with typhoid fever. Monday the young
man was reported out of danger. On
Tuesday a telegram was received
stating that the sick man had suffered
a relapse and was in a critical condi
tion. Mrs. Fort left for Cincinnati
Miss Georgia A. Laws is visiting her
friend, Miss Maggie Gordon, in Colum
Mrs. Isaiah Smith, of 1S01 Church
-.street, is slightly indisposed.
Mrs. Felix Iladley, of 3171-2 Elev
enth avenue, North, is rapidly recov
ering from a severe rheumatic attack.
Kev. Justin W. Waytes, of Jackson,
was in the city Tuesday and Wednes
day en route home from the State
Baptist Convention. lie left for his
home Wednesday night.
Miss Marietta Carter, of Morgan
street, is spending a few weeks in the
Mrs. Tellis, of Patterson street, re
turned home Mondav.
Mr. James W. Kobbs, of 518 South
Sixth street, East Nashville, leaves
Tuesday, August C, for St. Louis,
where he will epend the winter.
Mr. Ira .Davis is rusticating at
Miss Lady Emma Louise rhillips is
in Tullahoma, where she will spend
the rest of th? heated season:
A pleasant clay was spent at beauti-
lul Greenwood Park by a party of
friends last Friday. The spreading
of dinner, the serving of ices and
watermelons took on the air of a real
picnic. Those invited were Messrs J.
B. Batte, E. B. Buford, Masters Ira Bu
fcid, J. B.' Batte, Jr., Robert Alsup;
White, Mrs. M. L. Batte. M. K. Buford,
Fstiza Watson, Josie L. Hughes. Hel
lyn Batte and Father Kuhm.
Miss L. A. Carden rendered a solo at
St. Paul Church on last Sunday morn
ing. Mrs. Sallie Harvell is visiting rela
tives and friends in Giles County, but
is a special guest of Miss Bessie T.
Rose, of Buford Station.
Miss Ida Boidridge, of Dallas, Tex.,
who has been visiting her parents at
Culleoka, spent Tuesday of last week
in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Buford, of Fogg street. Several
ladies called on Miss Boidridge dur
ing the afternoon. She was also a
visitor at the practice of St. Paul A.
M. E. Choir. She left for Dallas at
11:30 p. m.
G. T. Buford, of Pulaski, was in the
city on his return from Knoxville.
Miss Frankie Hill, of Ewing avenue,
lett Monday to open school at Sandy
" Rev. L. Kirkpatrick, of McCreary
street, has suffered for the past ten
days from a painful bruise received
from a street car, which collided with
the wagon in which he was riding. On
Saturday, Rev. Mr. Kirkpatrick's con
dition was not much improved.
The .;ear guard of the delegates
from Nashville who attended the Bap
tist State Convention at Chattanooga,
'Tenn., arrived in the city Monday
Rev. J. M. Thompson, of Jefferson
City, Tenn., spent Monday in this city,
having come here from the state con
vention at Chattanooga. Rev. Mr.
'Thompson is a missionary in the state
of Tennessee, working under the co
operative plan. While here he was
the guest of Rev. E. M. Lawrence, su
perintendent of missions.
Rev. J. C. Lott, of Lebanon, Tenn.,
passed through the city on his way to
Lebanon from the state convention,
lint could not remain over.
Mrs. Bessie Rose made a short stop
over at her uncle's, Mr. Ed. Buford, of
Fogg street, while en route to Knox
ville to attend the Grand session.
Trof. Jasper T. Phillips, of 317
Twelfth aenue, North, has returned
from a short stay at Monteagle, where
lie has been resting from his school
labors. Professor Phillips delivered
an excellent address to the Sunday
school last Sunday. He is now making
preparations to leave for his new du
ties in Texas.
Mrs. Louis K. Thomas an d snn
Mrs. Smithson, of 611 William
street, left Thursday lor Louisville
c i .
mier a snort stay there she will visit
Her, II 1.1..!. 1 0 -r-. ...
nuuuuue. or rank in. "pnn
Usiting her daughter, Mrs. Henry
Isaac Holmes, left
'or Chicago, to
. 'th Mr. and Mrs.
My ins. of Cedar strrrf-
1 Ti r ft - .
ims,. iu. Ky. coney, ot sixth avenue,
"South, and her niece, Miss Lucy Cage
i'i uiuaiioina, accompanied by Mrs
a an mo rorter, of 808 Cedar street,
spent last Sunday in Eastland with
mt. and Mrs. Jno. Porter
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Ewing will leave
Saturday for Franklin, Springhiil and
Lommuia. iney will spend a few days
a i earn or tne a hove named places.
Mr. Mark Bonner,' the well-known
insurance man of Nashville, is now in
i-ouisvino, where he will spend a few
days with his brothers. The Mnm-
moih Life Insurance Company, of Ken
tucky, has called Mr. Bonner to take
up work with them as Superintendent
of Agency. His friends hope he' will
decline the position and return home
to the company he is now with.
Miss Wei tie Harris, of 103 First ave-
nue. South, will leave Friday night
for Ma' on, Ga., to visit her sister, Mrs.
T. P. Morse. Miss Harris will be in
Macon until October 1.
-Miss Lucy B. Woo.'la, of Louisville,
teacher in the Louisville school for the
blind, is in the city the guest of her
mint. Mis. E. D. Graves and her cou
sin, Mrs. E. W. S. Hammond, of Wal
tl( n University.
Mr. Lee Pennington, of 2333 Herman
street, after a serious illness of two
we eks, is rapidly improving and wish
es to extend through the CAaho
thanks to the friends who visited him
dining his illness.
Miss Lula J. Thompson, of 125 Elev
enth avenue. North, entprtalnprl n
number of her friends on Wednesday
iuiy z-i. uames and music were the
features of the evening. At a late
hour ices and cake were served.
Those present were Misses Annie Wil
liams, Minnie York, Dora Merey, Len
ola Jordan. Eva Rains, Annett Martin,
Mersrs Matthew A. Sherrill, Joseph
Sherrill, Leon Hurt, Jesse Fite, O.
Wat kins, William Bryant and Mr.
Miss Nannie B. Allison, of 181G Her
mosa street, left the city Saturday
morning, July 27, en route to Bridge
port, Ala., where she will spend a few
days with friends, after which she
will leave thero for Pikevillo, Tenn.,
where she will begin her school work.
Mr. Turner E. Page, who was called
to the city on account of the death of
bi3 wife, Mrs. Florence Singleton
Bage, returned to Chicago the first of
Miss Etta Mai Cheatham, of 034
Wetmore street, has been seriously ill
but is somewhat better at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Dock A. Hart, of Jef
ferson street, are the possessors of a
fine 10-pound boy. Dock A. Hart. Jr.
The youngster made his appearance
Sunday morning. Old man Dock is
Mrs. Mollie McGavock and niece, of
Chicago, are in the city.
Mrs. Ellen Page Johnson left the
city Thursday to attend the meetintr
of the labor union which convened at
Prof. F. .1. Work spent Sunday in
Born io Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cheat
ham, of Patterson street, two girls.
Mother and children are getting
Miss Willie Hobhs Pace is now
making her home with Mr. E. T. Page
and mother at 1532 Fourteenth ave-
and mother, at 1532 Fourteenth ave-
Dr. J. B. Singleton left the city
Thursday morning for McMinnville.
Tenn., to attend the State Conven
tion of the Working People's Labor
and Art Association, which will be in
session until Sunday, closing with an
annual sermon. Dr. Singleton is S. G.
F. S. of the Order. He will return to
the city Monday morning.
Mrs. Andrew Phillips and little Miss
Myrtle Phillips, of Heiman street, ac
companied by Mrs.
spend several week!
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes and family,
who have been visiting in Wartrace,
came to the city last Sunday to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. James Dis
mnkrs. They returned to Wartrace on
The happiest man in East Nashville
is Mr. George O. Grady. Madlm
Rumor declares that it is a boy, and
that he arrived in the city Tuesday,
Mr. Andrew Maples, of Decatur, Ala.,
was the guest of the Misses Franklin,
of 78 Claiborne street, a few -days last
Mrs. Birdie White and little daugh
ter, Gladys, of Vermont street, were
the guests of the Misses Franklin last
Miss Alberta Roxa Harrison, who
has been the guest of the Misses
Franklin, has returned to her home
in East Nashville.
Mr. J. W. Mayberry and Miss Milla
Mayberry, of 1G15 Phillips street, left
th" city last night for Memphis and
Hot Spiings, Ark., where they will re
main for a while.
Mrs. J. W. Mayberry, of 1327 Fourth
avenue, North, who has been visiting
at Murfreesboro, has returned to the
city after a short stay.
WHICH TO ADMINISTER
THE most sacred ordinance that
can be observed by all churclus
is that known as the Lord's
Supper or, in other words. Sacra
ment. We do not think it is in
keeping with these saend onii
ances of the Lord's Supper in
church now-a-days to try to admin
ister it' with out (he proper vc-ssil .
Every Church Ought to Have a
First-Class Communion Get.
They can have ihnn made out
of the best tTrade of ouardiunle-
plated table silverware if they de
sire them. The Church Supply
Department of the National liap'
tist Publishing Board has just re
ceived from their factory a new lot
of this high-class wa-e. 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
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Miss Estella Campbell, ol Tennessee
street, left Monday for Franklin. She
will spend a few weeks with Miss
Mrs. Win. B. Reed, of Bowling Green,
who has been dangerously ill for eight
or ten weeks, has sufficiently recov
ered to spend the remainder of the
summer in Chicago.
Miss Ada Gray, of Indianapolis,
fnd., and Mrs. Milton Whitp .Tr
NashViPe, have returned from Pulaski
wnere they visited their brother-in-
law, Dr. A. P. Gray.
Prof, and Mrs. Morrell. nf Pulaski
entertained Miss Ada Grav. Mrs. Mil-
on White, Jr., and Rev. and Mrs. A.
J. Gray. They were also entertainerl
ly Mr. and Mrs. Kine.
Miss Lillie A. Banks, of 70S Onv
street, has left the city on a flying trip
io Cincinnati, Jamestown, Washing
ton and points East. She will return
in time to rest from the strenuousness
of the trip and be ready to begin her
worn next tall in the city schools.
ine iasnviiie Globe has wended its
way into far-off New Hampshire. A
letter was received recently from T?v
Beach containing the usual amount of
praise for the publication.
Great preparation Is beine made to
entertain the coming Grand Lodge,
which convenes in this ritv fmm the
13th to ICth inst. The members of the
Patriarchie have secured new uni
forms and will make a great show on
Mr. II. P. Beard, of St. Lou fa
the city last week after a two weeks'
visit to nis father and relatlvps.
Mr. Clifford Moore, of GG Thorns
street, is visiting friends and relatives
n bt. Liouis. He expects to remain
over a fortnight before returning tn
Dr. IS. W. D. Isaac, secretary of the
B. Y. P. U. Board and editor of the. N.
tional Baptist Union, returned Monday
irom unattanooga, where he attended
the Tennessee State Convention.
Kev. C. II. Clark. D. D.. arrived frnm
Chattanooga, Sunday morning. He
and Rev. A. Porter had been sum
moned from the state convention to
participate in the funeral services
which were held at he Stonewall or
North Fifteenth Avenue Baptist
Church. As a result, Dr. Clark did
i:ot fill his pulpit at any service Sun
day, but the assistant pastor, Rev. T.
J. Lewis, officiated.
Mrs. Lucy Porter,
Georgia Anna Hill,
street, informs the
would be delighted to have her friends
all to see her.
Rev. Wm. Beckham will pass through
ihe city to-night en route to Cleveland.
Ohio, from Mobile, Ala., where he has
been attending the state Sunday
school Convention of that state.
Miss Esther Pinkard, one of the city
teachers, who is spending the summer
at her home in Murfreesboro, and who
Ins as her guest Miss Smith, of St.
Paul, Minn., entertained a party of
Nashville friends with a picnic. In
the party were Mrs. J. W. Bostic and
children, Miss Elvira White and oth
ers. Miss Ophelia Porter, of New Or
gans, La., is slated as one of the early
fall visitors to Nashville. She will
.-top over in this city en route' to her
home from the National Convention.
Miss M. L. Fearns, of Iluntsville.
Ala., continues to say and write good
mother of Miss
of 1109 Thorn
Globe that her
very ill, and
TAYLOR .& CO,
CAR III AGES FOIi
449 1'ourtli Avenue,
Nashville, - -
things about Nashville and its people
to her friends. She makes special men
tion of the Globe from time to time.
The pastor and members of the West
Cedar street Baptist Church are put
ting foith great efforts to liquidate
their indebtedness. Only a few dol
lars are needed to relieve the church
of its first purchase mortgage.
Miss Katie Evans left Nashville
Sunday morning for Tuskegee Insti
tute, Ala., after having spent three
weeus at Home. It appears that the
work in the proof reading department
at Tuskegee Normal and Industrial In
stitute, where Miss Evans has charge,
has accumulated to such an extent
that her presence was needed, thus
Ihe order came for an early return
Her friends regret her early 'departure,
but rejoice in her rapid promotion and
Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Lnndnra lff
the city Snndav
homa. Mrs. Landers and her two
children, Mary Emeline Josephine
and Lovell Landers, Jr., will' spend
the summer with their relatives. Mr.
Lovell Landers, Sr.. returned Mnmi.iv
Miss Martha Wells was a m,embcr
of the party that snent fii inrlav in IHnv.
freesboro, Tenn., attending the basket
meeting in that city.
Mr. Fred Work, who is making a
success as a musical insM-nM-m
instrumental and vocal, took a troupe
to Murfreesboro Sunday and furnished
singing for the basket meeting.
Dr. R. II. Boyd returned to the city
Monday morning after a trip through
Mississippi, Alabama and East Ten
nessee. It is learned that Rev. J. P. Rob
inson, D. D., of Little Rock, Ark., vis
ited the two state conventions of Mis
sisippi in company with Dr. R. II.
Boyd. Mississippi is Dr. Robinson's
native state, and this was a chance
meeting of two Mississippians re
turning to their home state on busi
ness for the denomination.
Miss Maggie E. Ilargrave, of HOG
Twelfth avenue, South, has returned
from her trip to Murfreesboro, where
she was the guest of Miss Florence L
Miss Sallie Duvall, of North Sixth
street, East Nashville, was ihe guest
of Miss Matilda Ilargrave on last Fri
Misses Mary and Ambrozino Mo
Ghee were the gnosis of Mrs. Mayme
If. Greer, Monday evening.
Misses Alice and Bessie Franklin
and Mrs. J. II. Franklin were the
guests of Mrs. James Collier last Fri
day. Miss Drusilla Hill left for St. Louis
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