Newspaper Page Text
ID A P A
We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners
is per illustration given above, at prices
arcnriliinr tct mialitv nf materials and
0 - - j I
trimmings, ranging from $50 to $75; silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110; hand
embroidered minion wonc irom u to
.ou. oijcwutaiiousiuiuwucuwu uauuc.o
at any price desired.
This mows a very popular design for
d. U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made
j,f white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur
iam, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf
tnd oil colors, back of red banner sateen
Vri mined withimnorted trold lace, frincii
tassels, etc. Hardwood pole, woodcrw
l.nr r. n rover ami holster. Fncea 311
ti the arelianners will !
made for any other orR.'. vion at sanu
prices, changing emblems ana lettering
to suit the urder.
For further information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. II. BOYD. Seoretary.
J3 Second AveN. Nashville, Tenn.
filled with the membership and
Mends, nnd all partook of the repast,
Those who dined at the pastor's ta-
hi" were the pastor and his family,
v. C IT. Boone, nastor of St. Paul
a m v. rhuroh Mrs. at j. Srott.
Rcc't. wife of Bishop I. B. Scott, Rev.
1, M. Moores. pastor of Braden Chap-
el M. E. Church. East Nashville: Rev.
E. J. Guthrie nnd wife, pastor of Hub-
v,r,i rimnnl Smith N'ashvillp: Rev.
') T. Bnrrh. nast.or of Clark Chanel,
ATfATinnvino Tmr nnrt nthpr rrnpfits.
Tho tnhles were brautifnl v decorated
,,wi fiii,i ,vUh ti,n liivnrioQ nf thp son-
son, which were served to all sump-
II G. U.O.ofO.F II
(..), cn tht3 rlnpfl one nf thcltakins nold oi ms wont wiin tne nano
s-rc itest receptions ever given in the
iiUiow nf this church
Miss Kittle Trimble, of Nashville.
was at home Sunday.
Miss Lilie J. Covington, of Nash
ville, spent Sunday at home.
The church entertainment given last
Saturday night proved to be very suc
Miss Christina Adchems, of Smyrna,
was the guest of Miss Mamie Gooch
last Saturday. .
Mrs. Smith, of Louisville, spent Sun
day with her mother.
the remains of Mr. John II. Nel
son, of Una, were brought to Lavergne
Messrs. Manes Ross and E. D. Lytle
spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
Miss Allean Dillard spent Saturday
and Sunday here.
Mrs. A. B. Goodman entertained at
dinner in honor of her daughter, Mrs.
Janie Smith, who returned to Louis
ville Sunday night. Several courses
were served. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Randolph,. Mr. J. H. Nelson,
Mrs. E. C. Woolin, Mr. Lewis Hill,
Miss S. L. McKnight, Mr. J. H. Polk,
Mrs. Samuella and Jessie J. Goodman,
Miss Priscilla Covington is spending
the week in Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson are re
joicing over their twelve pound baby.
Rev. Mr. McKadoo preached an ex
cellent sermon Sunday.
Mr. James R. Scales was seriously
injured Tuesday night while hunting.
He fell from a tree.
Miss Kittle C. Howse has been ill
for two or three days, but is some bet
Miss Abigail Hugle has been ill for
week, but is better.
Master William Hugle was injured
last Week, being: kicked bv cow.
AT lea ITMIo lUncnm ....;; 4-un
x.aaoo uun i aouii n an ill' wiit'&i VI 1
Misses Bessie and Abigail Uugle last
Mrs iTarriet Rogers, of Nashville,
yisited friends and relatives last week.
The choir at the M. E. Church is a
The people's big Fair, Stock Show
and Farmer's Congress that was held
at Southside Park fw 9 a 97 98 oa
was slated in last week's Globe, was
such a success that the organization
has. reorganized with renewed energy,
With the following officers: Mr. F. J.
Webster, President; Dr. L. W. Steph
ens, Manager ; ' Mr. G. Gantt, Treasur
er; Dr. Whitfield, Secretary, Prof. J,
H. Kelly having resigned the latter of
fice. . .. ' '
The baby show was quite an inter
esting feature of the Maury County
Fair. The finest babv under one vear
old was Dr. Stephen's baby. Finest
baby under two years old' was Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. .Osleton's babv.
Mr. W. B. Merrill visited his parents
Miss Bessie Pulor died at the homo
of her adopted parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Laura Brown, of Nashville, is
visiting her parents on North High
Mr. Albert Wright has moved in his
new home on East Eighth street.
Mrs. Ellen Nickelson has improved
her residence on High street with an
addition of three rooms
Mr. Almore Porter died on the Sth
of his month. He was one of the old
and respected citizens, and was a mem
ber of White Spring Baptist Church
. Mr. J. A. Cullum, of Muskogee, I.
T., visited Miss Mary Bradshaw re
TIT.XElt XORMAJ.' TXSTITt'TK KF..TOTnXO.
The students, of Turner Normal In-
stitute were made happy last, week by
the pleasant visit of two distinguished
nersonae.es Jiisnon 15. b . lee and Dr.
w. u. Denny, ot msnville. j?ot n mark
strong speeches to the students, and
expressed themselves as being highly
delighted at the new building and een-
eral outlook. Dr. Donnv w as so fa-
vorahly impressed that he left a cheek
for $f0 with the treasurer to be appro
priated specially for furnishing the
pirls' dormitory. ITe also expressed
his intention of erecting on the cam-
pus a teacher's cottage, dedicated to
the memory of a deceased daughter.
This is to be done within the next
year. Bishop Lee will in some like
manner memorialize a daughter of pre-
clous memory. .
Now the students; and general public
as we 1. are fil ed with ( e icht at the
pleasing announcement that Rev. Sut
tn E, Griggs; the author, lecturer and
orator, will deliver the first lecture ot
the lecture course, in the new chapel
next Friday night, the ISth. Every
one considers President Jones as for
tunate in securing the services of this
great manv ...
Rev. It. B. Ross '.is Uie .new . pastor of
Scott's Chapel M. '.E.' Church. He is
of a master. Work on a new brick
building has already commenced.
NEWS OF STATE. J
THE most sacred ordinance that
can be observed by all churcbts
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 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.
FOR ITKTIIER IXFOOATM CALL OR
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
OF THE '
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
The Mt. Zion Baptist Church is
again forging to the front under the
, . - T- T. , ,
,)a?orat fA VnTVf00
Rev. Dr. A. Moore, formerly of Fay-
etteville, has moved to Shelbyville, and
again placed his son In Turner Normal.
Miss Gussie Daily, of Mt. Pleasant,
is again in Turner Normal after a
year s absence.
In response to an Invitation, Mrs.
Diloie Ferguson, of Murfreesboro,
came down and organized the woman's
"y 1UI ouuuay nacmuuu, wun
1he followlnS as officers: Miss E. M.
Perry, President; Mesdamea J. H
Brown. Vice President; M. C. Wade,
Secretary; Jane Blackman, Treasurer.
Mrs. Charlton and daughter, Mrs.
Sneed, entertained Rev. Mr. Florer and
Miss Fannie L. Weakley at dinner
Mr. L. Turner is on the sick list.
Mr. W. Ransom preached at the Bap-
tist chlll'cn Sunday night
The funeral of Mr. Alexander Wil
son will be preached by Rev. Strong
The Ladies Embroidery Club was
charmingly entertained at the home of
Mrs. George Ransom Saturday evening.
The menu contained, chicken salad.
pirldes. beaten biscuit, sherbet and
cr.ke. Those present were Mesdames
Wm. Bibb. .L B. McClellan, Mamie
Vaughn. Walter Page. J. B. Sublett, G
P.. Bradv. Misses Matilda Green and
Elma Williams. Beulah Miller.
Rev. Marshall Keeble, the evangel
ist, has returned home after a very
successful series of meetings, having
Miss Johnnie O'Neal was the guest of
Mrs. A. L. Nelson and Miss 'Ella C
Darden Monday at dinner.
Miss Maggie A. Nelson, of Tulla-
bnma, is In the city visiting her par
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Nelson "enter
tained in honor of their daughter
Maggie Nelson, Friday evening. Games
were me leaTure oi uie evening, ices
were servn at a laie nour. inosepres
mt were Mpsdames J. B. McClellan. G,
B. Bndy, J. u. bumett. H. K. Hendrix
T.nla Alpvander. J. C. Blake, T. S, Wil
Miams. Misses Texanna Eules, Mary
Fnles, Matilda Oreen, Elma A. Wil
liams, Ella C Darden, Messrs. Erskin
Green, Firth McClain. Oldin Linsley
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sublett were
guests of Mrs. G. B. Brady Sunday at
Misses Johnnie O'Neal, Elma A. Wil-
liams and little Kitty urooKs spent
Sunday evening with Mrs. G. B. Brady
at home "Merriment."
Prof. F. G. Carney was in the city
Miss Sadie il. Anderson, one oi
Bradley Academy's senior pupils, who
has been indisnosed, is convalescent.
Little Odalia Brown, who was vie-
iim of a very painful accident, is able
to be out.
Master John Ira Nelson was honoree
of a birthday party Saturday. He re
reived many nannsome presems
AHpp, Etna TTowland spent Saturdav
nnd Sunday with her parents at Mt.
Bradley Academy was honored with
the presence of Rev. B. F. Anderson
WHICH TO ADMINISTER
2 Plates, 2 Goblets, 1
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD
LET US GIVE
I. E. ALSUP.
Friday. He made a very instructive
talk to the teachers and pupils.
Mrs. Lurena Johnson and Mrs.
Robinson are on the sick list.
The M. E. Church'recelved their new
pastor last Sunday.
Rev. L. E. Vincent, of Walden, vis
ited the M. E. Church last Sunday.
Mr. John Venson and Miss Bettie
Walker have returned from a week's
visit to Evansville," where they were
the guests of Miss Walker's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Keeling ar?e still on
the sick list.
Mrs. Robert Shute and Mrs. Norvel
Venson went to Hendersonville where
Bishop B. F. Lee dedicated the A. M. E.
Church of that place last Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Doddist, of Nashville, as
sisted Rev. Brown in his revival last
Miss Katie Pettis and Mr. Ferguson
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lu
cas Shields last Sunday afternoon.
Rev. U. S. G. Brown, pastor of the A.
M. E. Church, had a rally last Sunday
realizing a nice sum and at night he
started a revival.
Mr. James Webb, formerly of this
place, but. now of East Nashville,
preached at the Baptist Church last
Sunday, and at the A. M. E. Church
ST. ANDREW'S NOTES.
Rev. S. Jackson attended the Synod
of his church at Chattanooga last
YOU A TIP
When you buy your next pair
of shoes be sure they are
Don't let the dealer fool you
into a pair he calls just as tfood.
See the name "Bostonian" on
$3.50 or $4.00 all lea hers.
Abrahams Shoe Store
335 ON THE SQUARE.
W. H. McGAVOCK.
Residence Phone J458.
ALSUP & McGAVOCK
From the Chwucst to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Casket.
413 4th Ave., N.,
YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY BUY-
. ING AT THE
1508 Hamilton St., Nashville, Tenn.
Where you will find Millinery, Notions,
Ready-to-wear Garments, Ladies and
Gents' Furnishings, Shirts made to Or-
ler. Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing and Repairing Neat-
ly Done. Dress-making. Ladies and Miss
es Stylish Hats made .to order. All work
MADAMS GRAY & MERR0D, PROPS.
The Earnest Workers Band held two
more important meetings week before
last at the home of Mrs. James Coffee,
Ewing avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Coffee
entertained the club with a very elab
orate reception. Last week the club
was entertained by Mrs. D. Murry, at
her home on Patterson street, and was
assisted by Mrs. Jones with whom she
resides. Mrs. Thompson will enter
tain the club this week at the Manse
Much interest is being taken in the
church now by all the members.
CLARKSVILLE NOTES. .
The carnival has come and gone, and
following in the wake of all affairs of
this month, it received a generous
portion of the rains, cold and chills
A small number of people attended,
and, of course, the monetary end was