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TIIE NASHVILLE) GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1907.
68 Teachers 13 Departments 923 Students Last
Year 204 Graduates in All Departments
Over 1300 Alumni-Founded in 1866.
Bl ADEN BlBLK TRAINING
. One of the best and least expensive schools.
Meharry Colleges begin September 5 and 18,
1907, the other departments open for eight
months on September 25, 1907. For informa
tion or catalogue address
JOHN I. KHMER, D. I)., President,
J. H. Copeland, Prop.
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E. G. Cullum.
The Ladles and Gentlemen's 'Social
Circle met at the home of Miss Mat
tie Farrell, on last Thursday night,
on East Hill street. The guests were
most cordially entertained by Miss
Mattie, Farrell. A splendid program
was carried out in a most popular
manner by 'Mrs. Laura A. Bunch. The
subject of the poem: "Have Confi
dence." Afterwards a match game
was played and splendid talks were
made by the members of the Club.
Refreshments were served. Those
present were Mrs. Lauira Bunch, Mrs.
Bessie Gooch, Mrs. Annie Gooch, Mr.
E. Gooch, iMrs. Sarah. F. Weal, Miss
Mattie F. Farrell, Miss Jessie A Wil
son. The guests were entertained
from eight to eleven. The President
of the Club, Mrs. Laura Bunch; Sec
retary, Miss Jessie A. Wilson.
'316 Third Avenue, North.
Will Todd. .
L. B. Hughes.
Eq. Win, Crump.
i IN HONOR OF MR. JAMES YEAR
; The beautiful home of Mrs. Mary
Baker was the scene of a very beauti
; ful affair Wednesday evening, August
28, when Mrs. Henry Yeargin enter
tained a number of friends in honor
I of Mr. James Yeargin. of Kansas City,
Mo. Music and dancing were indulged
1 in until a late hour, when refresh
: ments were served. Mrs. Yeargan
was assisted in receiving by Mrs.
j Mack E. Burton and Mrs. Edward
rhurch. Those present were Misses
; i Annie Ilucker, Mary Williams, Eudora
i ! McClelland, Mattie May Baker, Selena
n-ler, Messrs. James Yeargan, James
, Johnson, Major Peterson, Melvin
r Hayes, Mack E. Burton. Mesdames
' Mary Baker, William Kelly, Henry
Yeargan, Edward Church, Jerry Good
win, Lilburn Cosby, George Porter
i field, Mr. Henry Greer and Mrs. Mack
i E. Burton.
Our town is still on a boom.
Mrs. Annie McClellen, of Chatta
nooga, is visiting relatives here,
i Dr. H. A. Morton, who has been vis
Uting his sick mother. Mrs. Lea Mor
ton, has returned to Chicago,
i Mrs. Sarah Gossiling, who for fifty
years has b'-zr - of this place,
will make her future home in Chica
go. Mrs. Nannie Davidson is on the sick
list this week.
Miss Ellie Brown, one of the lead
ing teachers of Bedford County, and a
great church worker, was in town vis
iting home folks last week.
Miss Blanche Morton, organist for
Scott Chapel M. E. Church, is missed
by the members and friends of her
church, her absence being caused by
the illness of her mother.
Rev. E. M. Lawrence, B. Th., Super
intendent of Missions, preached at Ml
Zion Baptist Church Sunday morning
Rev. T. H. Devol, of the A. M. E.
Church, preached at the A. M. E.
Church Sunday morning, and at the
M. E. Church Sunday evening.
Rev. Dr. J. A. Jones, President of
Turner Normal Institute, who has
been touring the West in the interest
of his school, has returned.
The new dormitory of the Turner
Normal will be completed by the open
ing of the school September 23.
Scott Chapel M. E. Church is to be
rebuilt very soon. The plan has been
laid out and work will begin at once.
Rev. J. H. Thompson is pastor.
Rev. E. M. Seymour and Wm. Un
derwood will leave next week for
Washington, D. C, to attend the Na
tional Baptist Convention. They will
also visit the Jamestown Exposition.
Rev. B. G. Gordon reports every
thing in readiness for his last quarter
ly conference which will convene here
the ninth and tenth.
Shelbyville is in the midst of the
biggest building boom it has ever ex
perienced. Mechanics are at a pre
mium. A new depot is being built, a
number of fine houses and concrete
side walks are being laid all over
The new Girl's Dormitory of Turner
Normal Institute, is nearly completed.
It will be ready by the opening of the
fall term. Dr. J. A. Jones is again in
town after an extensive trip through
West Tennessee in the interest of the
college. Several churches have do
nated whole suits of furniture to assist
in fitting up the "new building. The
f-cbool -opens Sept. 23.
The Colored Fair will be pulled off
here Sept. 12-14.
Mrs. Annie Clayborn, of Chatta
nooga,, is in town.
Mrs. Laura Ransom spent a few
days at Tulahoma recently.
Mrs. Amanda Mitchel, of Chatta
nooga, formerly of thi3 place, is here
Mrs. Emma Hutton is on the sick
Several new comers have recently
appeared in town seeking locations on
account of the advantage offered by
Turner Normal Institute. Some o
them have made purchases of homes
Rev. Underwood, the "new pastor of
the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Is grow
ing quite popular with the .masses.
The A. M. E. Church, Rev. B. G. Gor
dan, pastor, is making great prepara
tion for the Educational Rally, Sept,
Miss Lillie Hall was able to attend
the basket meeting at Nebo Sunday
with her father.
j,Little Miss Niner Jenkins is visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. Temple Jennette.
Mr. Baxter 'Jenkins left for Chica
go last week.
Miss Bettie Lusk left Tuesday to vis
it her aunt at Ridgetop.
Rev. N. Smith is a jewel In our
church. The lecture that he gave in
Sunday school Sunday morning will
not be forgotten.
Miss Addie Sledge is able to be with
NEW UNDERTAKING ESTABLISH
Nashville will soon have another
first-class undertaking establishment.
A. N. Johnson, formerly of Mobile,
Ala., ha9 rented quarters in the Boyd
Building, and in a few days will open
parlors that will be equal to any in the
South. They will be complete in every
Mr. Johnson will be prepared to
give to the citizens of Nashville the
best service possible. His offices are
neat and inviting, all the furniture be-
ng of hardwood finish. " There will
not be a line of vehicles on the streets
that will surpass his.
When a Globe representative called
to see him he found a very busy man,
but not too much so to stop and show
him through the place. Mr. Johnson
is affable, and it is a pleasure to talk
with him on any subject. He is a
man of considerable wealth and Nash
ville may well feel proud to have this
energetic business man become one of
Rufus Shute and Joella Williams.
John Searight and Vallie Jordan.
Lee Evans and Lizzie Crockett.
Arthur Ferrell and Pearlie McCall.
Frank Henry and Sarah Gray.
Sherman Summers and Annie Cato.
iH. G. Scales and Lizzie Cleveland.
Robert Young and Maggie Williams.
D. S. Liner and Mary Bell Hill.
Sam Collins and Susie Starkes.
Robert Webb and Lizzie Demoss.
James T. Holland and Addie Be
Alonzo Bell and Annio Rogers.
Jennie Cecil, Brick Church pike, .10
Jno. David Alexander, R. R. No. 2,
Brick Church pike, 19 years.
Mattie Smith, 710 Eighth avenue,
South. 49 years.
Delia Douglas, Cruthers, rear Berry
streets, 42 years.
Gilbert Collier, Newson street, 2
Margaret Haddix, 1011 Ninth ave
nue. South, 3 years.
Phillis Glenn, 30 Lewis street, 26
Lillie Chapell, 1029 South street,
Robert Gleaves, 24 East Hill street,
Alberta Pope, 1305 Harding street,
Matilda Hargraves, 11.06 Twelfth
avenue, South, 19 years.
Tom Crosby, 627 Bas3 street, 2
Infant of Eidward and Laura Green,
21 Robertson street.
Fillmore Allen, 642 Almona street,
Rubbie White. Sixteenth street,
Eastland, 4 months.
Martha Wright, 805 Eighth street,
Infant of Bessie Martin, 1116 Porter
Henry Lay James, 616 Peabody
street, 7 months.
Mary Williamson, 1409 Alberta ave
nue, 32 years.
Cassie Weedy, 409 Crawford street,
Gladys Stafford, 710 Sylvan avenue,
Florence Taylor, 11 Fourth avenue,
South. 20 years.
Valine Thompson, 721 South street,
Gonetta. Snell. 616 Peabody street,
Jack Goosby, 606 Stockell street, 57
FUa Johnson, 14 Crockett street, 23
Henrietta Work, 1006 Fourth ave
nue, North, 25 years.
MEDICAL, DENTAL AND PHARMA
The MEHARRY MEDICAL COLLEGE was established in 1876,
and during the years of its existence 806 students have completed the
required course of study and receired the degree of M. D.
The required course of study consists of four sessions of 7 mouths
each. Four years of advanced study, in addition to a thorough English
course is requirred for admission.
The tuition is $50.00 per session. 300 students were enrolled for
the session of 1906-07.
Meharry Pharmaceutical College.
Three sessions of six months each are required to complete the cour.se
in Pharmacy. Tuition is $40.00 per session.
The demand for thoroughly educated Pharmacists for the present
time far exceeds the supply. Students enrolled 44.
Meharry Dental College.
This college is a member of the "National Association of Dental
Faculties," and its diplomas receive due recognition by Dental Ex
amining Boards. The requirement for admission is a High School
Course. The length of the course of study is 4 sessions of six months
each. Students enrolled 100.
For Catalogue or Further Information Address
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