TIIE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907.
We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners
13 per illustration given above, at prices
according to quality of materials and
trimmings, ranging trom S.0 to silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110: hand
embroidered bullion work from $135 to
$260. Specifications furnished on banners
at any price desired. :: ::
This hows a very popular design for
. U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made
cf white flag silk. Lambrecmin, or Cur
tain, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf
nd oil colors, back of red banner sateen.
Trimm'ed with imported old lace, f ring f
tassels, etc. Hardwood pole, wood cro;
tar, rvin cover and holster. Prices Q
ti- 31. v." tne Banners will
made for any other orgw' Son at sama
prices, changing emblems ana lettering
to suit the Order. :: :: ::
For further Information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. II. BOYD, Seoretary,
523 Second Avc N. Nashville, Tenru
MERRY PARTY OF YOUNG FOLKS.
On Tuesday evening, October 15, a
merry crowd of young people were
invited to the resilience of Miss Jen-
He Ooodloe, of 810 Tenth avenue,
South, to celebrate the aninversary of
her birth. Music and games were the
feature of the evening. Many nice
and useful presents were received.
An elaborate six-course menu was
served. Those present were Misses
"Nn"lo Howard, of Columbia, Daisy
Murrell, Alberta Dabney, Dean Rank
i, Lucy Humphrey, Lillie Goodloe,
Artie M. Ransom. Lou Willie Goodloe,
Elizabeth Currcy, Mattie L. Ewing,
Nannie Belcher. Messrs. James Wat
son, Dr. C. 11. Watkins, Clarkus
Bright. Augustus Goodloe, Westley
Bitticks, Willie Strong, Eurney
1 NEWS OF STATE. ::
Mrs. Nellie North, of Chattanooga,
was the guest of Mrs. T. S. Williams
Sunday at dinner.
The members ot K.ey s napei sur
prised their pastor, Rev. B. F. Ander
son, Thursday nignt witn a siorm pai
ty. Many gifts were received. At 10
o'clock the guests were invited to the
dining room where a two-course menu
was served. Rev. A. J. Anderson de
livered an address. Mr. Oldham Liin
sey rendered a solo.
The Banner Club or ion uapusi
Church gave a nsn, try last vveunes-
Messrs. G. B. liraay, o. a. ouweu
. m J 1
and Wm. Williams spent luesuay iu
Mrs. Ellen Alexander Has returned
from Wartrace ana unnsuuna.
Mr Rdmund Bryant spent bunaay
with Mr. and Mrs. H. r. scales
.Miss Elma A. Williams was tne
inipst of Mrs. J. B. Sublett Sunday at
The Ladies' Embroidery UiuD was
delightfully entertained Saturday dj
their president, Mrs. J. B. bUDieu.
fter the business meeting was over,
the ladies passed into the dining room
wiprft a t emoting menu, wnicn inciuu
ed chicken salad, pickles, beaten bis
cuits, fruit, salad and vanilla waffers,
was served. . '
Mrs Dora Ledbetter is In Nasnvuie,
Mr. Jim Mitchell was in the city
Mrs. Carrie Miller was in me cuy
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Messrs. J. B. Sublett and uan Alex
ander sDent Sunday in the country,
The Blue Ribbon Club win nave a
fair at Mt. Zion crmrcn on inauKs
Mr. A. J. Anderson spent, ouuuo,jr
Mr. Mose Sneed, of Mount r leasani,
was in tne cuy Dtuuiuajr
Mr. and Mrs. William Overall are go
intr to New York to live.
Miss Idella Hatton was tne guest oi
Miss Johnnie O'Neal and Kitty Brooks
The members of Allen Chapel are an-
inatnc rendering "Queen Esther at I
ticipating rendering "Qi
an early date.
A letter received from Mr. Baxter
Jenkins, who is in Los Angeles, i,ai.,
states that he has visited a number of
business places, among them was a ho
tel entirely owned and controlled Dy
fnlnreri nftonle. Mr. Jenkins IS a
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shrewd vonne man. and wherever he
eoes is well received.
Misses Ella Willis and vvnne and
Bessie Cockrill spent Wednesday night
with Miss Mattie D. Walker.
Rev. G. L. Jackson was here all day
Sunday and at seven o ciock ne
preached on the "Great Commission of
Christians and Faith." Rev. Mr. Jack
son cave the members and friends
credit for their new stove and cleanli
ness of the church.
Mr. G. Redmond went to Rutherford
County for the purpose or buying a
farm. He has returned, and says pros
pects are fine.
Miss Willie Mai Upshaw has re
turned home from her summer school
in Liberty. Tenn.
Mrs. Wm. Lusk, little Dorothy Jen
kins and Nellie Buchanan, who have
been sick, are much better.
Mr. John Hugle has just returned
from Mt. Pleasant where he spent the
The B. O. Society will give its au
nual festival at Stones River Chapel
M. E. Church on Friday night.
The members of Stone River Chapel
were glad to welcome their new pas
tor, Rev. L. W. Florer, who preached
an able sermon Sunday morning.
Mr. James S. Quarles is recovering.
Mrs. Elizabeth Howse has begun
building on her lot.
In this city events seem to come in
seasons. With the gradual passing of
shows and carnivals and the advent of
Indian summer, comes the era of fires.
Last week silent and general alarms
railed out the fire department several
times on spectacular runs, and at one
blaze which threatened the destruction
of several buildings of the Evergreen
Floral Lodge, water was hard to get
and at last when one stream was
thrown a hearty cheer from the assem
bled crowd was given.
The ritualistic mysteries and ranks
of pac;e, esquire and knight were con
ferred last Tuesday night upon Frank
Beaumont, Rev. P. J. Col-jman, Ed.
Christ, Geo. Hester, Sam Horton and
Ira Weaver by the officers and mem
bers of the Twentieth Century Lodge
Knights -of Pythias.
The 'Harvest Moon Musical" was
given and a capable rendition before
a large and appreciative audience at
Elders Opera House last Thursday
night for the benefit of the Mt. Olivet
Cemetery, was the result. On Friday
night at Buck's Hall under the same
promoters a banquet was served. Quite
VESSELS WITH WHICH TO ADMINISTER
THE LORD'S SUPPER..
TIIE most sacred ordinance that
can be observed by all churches
is that known as the Lord's
Supper or, in other Words, Sacra
ment. We do Sot 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 FURTHER ISFORJATIQ! CALL OR
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
r OF THE
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
a neat sum was-realized and needy im
provements will be made.
Just one month after the death of
Mr. William Buck, an aged and re
spected citizen, comes the announce
ment of the sudden demise of another
member of the family, Mr. Chas. Buck,
.r..nn. .V.. 1 n
KCLiicr wiiu ilia uusiuesa quaiiiicaiiun
Mr. Buck possessed a genial disposi
tion which made him one of the most
popular young men of the city, and his
death comes as a shock to his friends
here and elsewhere. Funeral services
were held Sunday afternoon at St.
Peters A. M. E. Church, Rev. F. W.
Gardner officiating, and the enterment
was at Golden Hill Cemetery. The ac
tive pall bearers were members of the
Meharry Alumni Association.
Dr. E. D. Burns, of Guthrie, Ky.,
was in Nashville Tuesday.
Prof. E. Poston, of Hopklnsville,
made a trip to Nashville for the ex
press purpose of entering his son,
Robert L. Poston, in the law depart
ment of Walden University. On his
return he stopped in this city, and was
the guest of his sister. Mrs. W. B
Johnson and Prof. F. G. Carney, prin
cinal of the city school. Prof. Poston
is the principal of one of the Hopkins
Rev. E. H. Smith left for Harris
Mrs. Henry Outlaw went to Hopklns
Miss Dozie Lee Merriweathers, of
Guthrie, Ky., was in the city Satur
Rev. Irving, presiding elder of the
A. M. E. Zion Church, is in the city
Mrs. Anna Stahl is In Rochester, N
. Mrs. Elnora G. Henderson, of Spring
field. Tenn.. will spend a few weeks
in the city the guest of her parents.
Mr. Emmett Hill, of Cedar Hill
Tenn., was in the city Sunday.
Mrs. Ellen Dickerson. of Des Moines
Towa, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Gar
nett. of Toston street.
Dr. M. W. Barker returned from
Mr. Nace Dixon was in Nashville
The following delegation of Clarks
ville citizens was in Nashville Tues
av to see the nresident: Nace Dixon
Wm. Keesep, W. B. Johnson, S. T
Tnhnson. Ed. Broddus. Rev. G. W
Hampton. Dr. M. W. Borker, Dr. R
Burt. Rev. T. J. Goodall,
Snorden, W. J. Scott.
Ooodlettsville school is highly pro-
Miss KaMe Mathews has heen ahsent
from school for a week or so on ae
ronrt of illness.
Miss Mary Finch snent the latter of
1h weelr in Nashville.
Pev. Mr. MoHn don will have a ral
iv Punoflv and Jlfy. "Dr. Tiuokett will
vpndpr the sf'v'iop in the afternoon and
thp nponlp will he entertained hy the
Mi. Ernest Ty. 'Palor. one of the
r.oorflpttsvllle nupils. has entered Wal
Mrs. Martha Pavnp is very 111.
Mr. Kate Cole has heen very ill with
Miss Mattie Bhonev and her hrother
hpvo hepn here vlsitlntr relatives.
A. Hendricks enter-
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tained a host of friends in honor of
her eighteenth birthday. Those pres
ent were Misses Laura Cantrell, Kit
tie Garrett, Martha Phillips. Rosie and
Annie Hendricks, Mary Finch and
Mary Hitt, Messrs. Rush Shelton, Ar
thur Cartwrlght, Willie Johnson,
James Hendricks. Emmitt and Preston
Cantrell and Dock Cartwrlght and Mr.
Willie Franklin rendered the music.
A two-course menu was served. She
received a number of presents.
Rev. Mr. J. C. Russell visited us
Rev. Mr. Crosswait is our new
Mrs. Susie Grinnard, of Evansville,
Ind.. is visiting here.
Miss Martha Thillips who will grad
uate in free school this term, has sub
scribed for the Globe for one month.
And T hope after she roads it one
month she will take a liking to it and
subscribe for three months.
Shelbyville is still
though effectual boom,
on a nuiet.
The new, handsome pnssengor depot
is nearly complete. Concrete side
walks are being built all over town.
New churches, white and colored, are
being built: nnd new comers are ar
riving almost daily.
Turner Normal Institute was graced
with the presence of Rev. Sutton E.
Griggs lost Friday night. Rpv. Griggs
lectured to a nacled house in the ool
lofre chapel. The auditorium was beau
tifully decorated with flags, buntings
- COMMUNION SET.
YOU A TIP
When Vou buy your next pair
of shoes be sure they are
Don't let the dealer fool you
into a pair he calls just as good.
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 1458.
From the Chtdicst to the Most Costly
Plush Couth Casket.
413 4th Ave., N., Nashville.
of the National colors, and the college
colors. Sweet music was rendered by
the students. Rev. Griggs was enter
tained at the college building.
Dr. J. A. Jones visited Ms family in
Nashville this week. He leaves Fri
day for Knoxville to attend the East
Th dormitory of Turner Institute is
nearly filled to its capacity, and the
president is now perplexed as to what
to do with the usual mid-winter influx
Rev. TJ. G. Gordan will preach his
farewell sermon next Sunday night.
He has done a wonderful work in his
church this year.
Miss Mattie L. Barr, of Waverlv, is
among the recent arrivals at Turner
Normal. She fills the position of Pre
ceptress and Superintendent of tho
sewing department. .
Scott's Chapel M. E. Church is pro
gressing admirably under the pastor
ate of Rev. R. a Ross. Rricks are al
ready being laid on the foundation of
the new church.
Friday afternoon Hip sn,i
was received here of the d(ith of ih.
Ivev. Mr. E. w. paniiey Th(T
was solemnizrvi c,i(.i... .1
Jackson's Temple. She c a , sMnd
and five children an,U host of fr,endJ
to mourn her loss. us
km- creasy kims and hvn ,iai.
im . . ' -'"'"'a,y.
"i u ii tTM rn Satiii'.ln..
. iat.cn uuin and Millie
wLary Covin returned lu
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