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THE NASHVILLE! GTmTC, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 100?.
I lie "Tacky Concert" at Alt. Oliv
nurca on iwsday evening was one
of the most enjoyable entertainment?
in the list or the many this season
The older people were on the program
ana rurnished fun for the evening.
The National Baptist Publishing
Board is installing a new Aliehle four-
roller hook press this week. It is one
of the best presses on the market, and
cost about thirty-five hundred dollars
It Is being put in the new building
Miss Ethel Jordan and Mrs. Brani-
lett were callers this week. Airs.
Brainlett is from Pulaski. Tenn.
Airs. Laura Smith and two daughters
are spending a week at Guthrie, Ky.
Miss Lula I'olk, or Sixth avenue,
South, is now contemplating a trip to
Koston, Baltimore and the East, this
fall. She will also visit relatives in
Another car load of new style church
seats were shipped out on Wednesday
of this week by the National Baptist
Publishing Board. They were con
signed to the Baptist Church at Crvs
tal River. Fla.
Air. AlcClellon, one of the Juniors of
the Aleharry College, came In last
week and was here for the opening of
Aliss Fanny Jarrett has returned
home after a stay in Louisville, where
she was the guest of Air. and Airs.
Airs. Elizabeth Buchanon, of SI Fair
field avenue, has returned to the city
after a visit to her brother, Air. T. J.
Alford, at Chattanooga.
Mrs. Estella Birdine has returned
after a two weeks' visit at the home
of her cousin, Airs. Dicie Warfield, at
Air. John Lytton has been ill for
about three months. lie has under
gone three operations and is improv
ing. Miss Amanda Perkins is visiting
Aliss Bryant, of Couchville. She will
return next week to enter the senior
class of Pearl High School.
Mr. H. Green has been confined to
his bed, but is now much better.
After having been away for ten
years. Air. and Airs. Jack AIcLemore
are In the city visiting their sister,
Airs. Mary Thompson, and niece, Airs.
All members of Allen Christian En
deavor League are requested to be
present at St. Paul A. AI. E. Church
Sunday evening, Sept. 8, 1907, at 7
o'clock. A very interesting program
will be furnished. Again, all mem
bers are kindly asked to invite one or
more persons to come with them and
feel free to speak on the subject
which will be under consideration.
A- few young friends were royally
entertained at the beautiful home of
Airs. G. A. Cash, corner of Welker and
'Madison streets, Tuesday evening.
Several games were played and ice;
and cake were served. Those present
were Misses Harrison, of Montgomery,
Ala.; Bright, Parkes, Peterson, Nixon.
Watkins, Cash, Alessrs. Bright, Porter,
AfcBride, Houston, Gray and Hayes.
MISS SCALES RETURNS.
About all of the city teachers have
now returned from their summer va
cation. Aliss Al. Belle Scales, who
spent the summer in Buffalo, with
relatives, was about the last to reach
Nashville, having arrived Sunday
morning over the L. & N., via Big
Four. She has made side trips to To
ronto, Montreal and Quebec, and
stated to a Globe representative while
in Buffalo, that she felt fully benefit
ed by the trip. She has been in
formed each week through the col
umns of the Globe of the doings in
and about Nashville. She feels now
that the year's work will not be so
hard since her .recreation.
WILL SPEND WINTER HERE.
AIiss?s Willa and Alice McBroome
are again at their old home, No. ISIS
Jefferson street, having spent all the
summer out on their farm. Aliss
Willa will resume her work in the
schoolroom on Monday, while Aliss
Alice will remain at home. Her
health has so improved that one can
not tell she has been sick. Their
mother, Airs. Cowan, will spend the
winter here with the young ladies.
The Twentieth Century Whist. Club
was charmingly entertained on Thurs
day evening, August 20, at tho home
of Mrs. Eugene Clayborn, South
Fourth street, East Nashville. After
the business of club was over, pro
gressive whist was the feature of the
evening. At a late hour a delicious
lunch!on was served as follows:
Sandwiches. Stuffed Tomatoes.
Ice Cream in Cantaloupe.
Those present were Mesdames Robt.
C. Eason, Wayne Warfield. Mabel Biv
ins, Misses Alattie G. Sykes, Johnnie
D. Blackwell, Oamillo Smith, Willa AI.
Turner and Annie Cheek, Alessrs.
Jas. AL Foster, John Sims. Guy Hamp
ton, Jas. W. Moore, Earl Davis, Robt,
C. Eason, Wm. Nixon, Wayne War
field and Eugene Clayton.
The next meeting of the club will be
at the home of Aliss John D, Black
'?)!, $9 Wharf avenue.
NEW MANUAL TRAINING TEACH
ER IN THE CITY.
Prof. Hardy Keith, the new instruct
or or manual trainine at Pearl TTich
School, is residing at the residence of
Aliss Lena Jackson on Thirteenth av
enue, North. Prof. Keith, who was
formerly a student of Fisk, enjoys
Quite a reputation as a cartoonist,
several of his drawings having ap
peared in The Voice of the Negro,
when that periodical was nublishod in
Atlanta. He was but recently mar
ried, and is accompanied by his wife
These who know Air. Keith wer erat
ified to learn- that he was chosen to
be the first teacher of manual train
ing in our schools, and feel assured
that he will be successful in his work.
K. OF P. ENDOWMENT BOARD
The Endowment Board of tn
Knights of Pythias held its Quarterly
meeting in the office of the Grand
Chancellor, Dr. J. P. Crawford, at the
Pythian Temple last Saturday after
noon. Owing to the death of Prof
'. L. Cansler. who had filled the po
sition of Secretary of Endowment
since the organization of the Endow
ment Bureau, the meeting was aulte
a lengthy one. Aluch business in con
nection with that part of the Order
was transacted. The members of the
board present were B. J. Farnandis,
Memphis, President; W. S. Thompson,
Acting Secretary; T. G. Robinson
Dyersburg, Treasurer; W. F. Reyn
olds, Franklin; J. P. Crawford, Grand
MR. GILMORE IN BUSINESS.
Atr. C. A. Gilmore, who for a num
ber of years was connecetd with the
composing rooms of the National Bap
tist Publishing Board and the A. M. E.
Church Sunday School Union in this
city, recently organized the Gilmore
Tinting Company at his home in
Houston. Texas. The plant of the
concern is up-to-date in every re
spect. As Air. Gilmore is considered
one of the best printers in the South,
and is located in one of the hustling
cities in that part of the country, suc
cessful (results undoubtedly will be
the outcome of his investment.
DR. JAMES BOND.
Rev. Dr. James Bond administered
the Lord's Supper for the last time as
pastor of Howard Congregational
Church Sunday morning. Dr. Bond
after filling one of the most success
ful pastorates of this church in which
he has won the love of all the mem
bers and has in deed and in truth been
a power for good for the whole race
n this city, leaves for Berea. Ky.. to
assume the presidency of the colored
department of Berea College. Dr.
Bond has been a trustee of Berea-,
his alma mater, for a number of years.
and as the only colored member of
the Board, hs's worked with a vigor
tnat is characteristic of him. for the
welfare of the colored students.
The school, as most readers prob
ably know, was open to both white
and colored students until about two
years ago, when the Kentucky legis
atnre passed an enactment prohibdt-
ng co-education of the races. The
Supreme Court of Kentucky upheld
the validity of the enactment and
President Frost, of Berea. recogniz
ing that many of the gifts to the
school were made under the express
understanding that Negroes were to
enjoy the benefits thereof, established,
with the consent of the Trustee board,
a separate school forcolored students.
it is this school of which Dr. Bond is
to be in charge. Every one in Nash
ville who is acquainted with Dr. Bond
will be sorry to lose him as a citi
zen of the city, but will rejoice that
n becoming the head of this school
his sphere of usefulness will be
Dr. and Airs. A. AI. Townscnd. of East
Nashville, have just issued attractive
and beautiful invitations announcing
the fourth anniversary of the birth of
their son., A. AI. Townsend, Jr. These
invitations have been sent out to a
host of friends who will gather at the
beautiful home of Dr. Townsend and
do honor to the occasion. Pleasure
and merriment will be king of the
evening, as all preparations have been
made for the little ones to enjoy
themselves. Little Arthur Townsend
will be assisted in receiving his guests
by little Misses Eunice Griggs, Cor
delia Stockell and Kizzie Lillian Hill.
Indications are that a gala afternoon
will be the result The invitations
read from 3 to 6 p. m., September 0,
1907, at the residence of Dr. and, Mrs.
Townsend, 614 Webster street
MEHARRY MEDICAL OPENING.
Aleharry Medical College began
Wednesday. A good number of stu
dents were on hand to receive as
signments and listen to remarks from
the different professors of the school.
Dean Hubbard gave some very whole
some and interesting advice on the
relation of temperance to the success
of the Aledical profession, Lawyer J.
C. Napier will deliver the lectures on
Aledical Jurisprudence this year. The
formal opening of the college will take
place Sept. 19,
WHICH TO ADMINISTER
THE most sacred ordinance that
can be observed by all churches
it 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 quardruple
plated table silverware if they de
sire them. 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
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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W1LUIC TURNER, VS. THmt. '
n this cause It Rearing to th'e
fon w T C Court that the de-
1 imv it Is therefore ordered that said
cWondnnt enter his appearance herein
at the next term of the Davidson
County Circuit Court, to be holden at
the Court House in Nashville, Tennes
see, on the 2nd Monday in October, it
be ng the 14 th day. and defend or
said complainant's bill vvill be token'
for confessed as to him and set for "
hearing exparte. It is therefore . or
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sion m the Nashville fflobe, a news
Paper piibUtu in Nashville.
h. M. IIITT, Clerk, '
W. 13. COOK, D. C
T. O. EWING.
Solicitor for Complainant.
COLT KILLED BY LIGHTNING..
A valuable colt belonging to Mr
Isaiah Collins, who lives two miles
out on the Franklin pike, was killed
by lightning one afternoon last week
while standing under a large oak
tree. The bark from the tree, which
also received the bolt, was strewn
upon the backs of two horses land
ing a short dlftnncc from Urn soot