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THE NASHVILLE GLOBEl, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1907.
MISS HESTER BROWN IN THE
SOUTH.
hi a letter received this week from
jUwlsvllle, the information is received
ttat Miss Hester O. Brown, the noted
tlolinist, who spent a few weeks in
Nashville last winter, has again come
fcfl far south as Louisville. She will
appear at the Fifth Street Baptist
Church of Louisville, in a concert on
Monday night, November 4. Rev. Dr.
Prank is the pastor of the church.
Miss Brown is quite a favorite not
only with the church, hut with the
two Baptist schools in the vicinity of
Louisville. After the recital Miss
Drown will go to Pasadena, Cal., to
cpend the winter, as she recently
closed the season with the Olympia
Quartet, after traveling all summer.
'Mr. Carey B. Iewis, of Louisville,
the young ambitious newspaper man,
will take care of the newspaper part
of the concert, and will then leave for
Nashville, where he expects to wit
ness the football game between the St.
Louis High iSchool and the Pearl High
School.
SETS UP A BRANCH TRADE
Rev. Mr. J. H. TJpshaw, Supreme
Deputy of the Knight of Golden Links,
organized a branch of the Knight of
Golden Council at Riddleton and en
stalled the following officers: Mr. 0
TV Williams, N. P.: Mr J
P.. P.; Mr. John Payne,
M. Banks,
Secretary;
Miss Laura Payne, V. Secretary; Mr.
Joe H. Haynes, Treasurer; Mr. John
Woodfolk, A. G.; Mr. Turner Elliott
C. G.; Mr. Ed Haynes, Chaplain; Mr.
Thos. Clemoms. C. P. ; Mr. Luther
Bowman, A. B.
OLD-FASHIONED DINNER.
Mrs. Clara El kins entertained Mrs
Wash Talaver, of .Easterland Springs,
with an old-fashioned dinner. At one
o'clock a three-course menu was
served. Those present were Mrs.
Wash Talaver, Mr. Robert J. Sanders,
Mrs. E. M. Lawrence, Mrs. E. Toott,
Mrs. Thomts Miller, Mrs. Alberta Ev-
prett. Mrs. Eliza Woods. Little .Tosenh
Lawrence, Ruby E. Abernathy, Laura
Toott, E. W. Woods, Mrs. W. A. Ever
ett
ENTERTAINED.
"Miss Minnie L. Harris, of 207 Fifth
avenue, South, entertained last Thurs
day evening Mrs. Laura Bansan, of
Springfield, Tenn., Mr. James Robert
son and Miss Rachel Evans, of Indian
apolis. Games and music were the
features of the evening. At eleven
o'clock the following menu was
served: :
Dressed Tomatoes. Celery.
Sweet pickles.
Deviled Ham Sandwich.
Salmon salad. Lettuce leaf,
Cream and Assorted Cakes
Those present were Miss Rachel
Evans and Mr. James Robertson, of
Indianapolis, and Mrs. Laura Bansan
of Springfield, Tenn.; Misses Jennie
V. Anderson, Christine Hunter, Mat
tie Weatherford, Louise Harris, Ger
trude Anthony, Minnie Harris, May
Peterson, 'Messrs. Willie Buford, Will
lam Doss, Jasper Demoss, P. S. Sims,
James Robertson, Edward Scruggs,
Mansfield Anderson, D. S. Young, Drs.
D. F. Davis, O. W. Holly II. Rosby,
W. C. Russell an Miss L. Robinson
The colors used were pink and white
. OBITUARY.
Mr. Calvin Moore was born 1852,
died October ?1. 1907, at his home,
1039 Park street. He was a devoted
husband, a loving father and a devout
Christian. When :sked if his depart
Ing hour should or me, how would it be
withhim and God. ve said, "All is well."
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TO
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Drugs and medicines cannot be
bought too carefully. So much
depends upon their quality that
carelessness in their selection may
' prove disastrous.
If you purchase at our store you
can be sure of right quality every
time. One is not obliged to be a
judge of drugs to buy correctly
here. We carry nothing but the
pure, potent. The thought to give
your drug buying is to think to
here. You'll be protected both as
to quality and price.
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PHONE Main 3341.
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PHONE Main 4937.
NEWS OF STATE.
SMYRNA NOTES.
Rev. E. M. Lawrence, the Baptist
Superintendent of Missions, preached
here Friday night.
Mrs. Kennedy, who has charge of
the woman's work of the state, left
Monday after spending a few days
here.
Mr. Jas. H. Brown, wife and daugh
ter attended the meeting at his church
in Murfreesboro Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Perry are ex
pecting to return from Hot Springs,
Ark., soon.
CLARKSVILLE NOTES.
At the beginning or the morning
services at Fifth Ward Baptist Church
last Sunday, there was only one cross
present, not the emblematic sign of
Calvary's suffering, but a real human
cross; but at the close of the exercises
there were two. During the singing
of the old familiar "Bless be the tie,'
a stately woman in the person of Mrs.
Eugenia Cullam calmly arose ami pre
sented herself at the altar for admis
sion into the fellowship of the church.
and through motion and vote was duly
accepted. Then the Rev. L. V. Cross.
also a member of the church, was
presently at her side and presented to
he pastor a marriage license, request
ing him to say the ceremony making
them man and wife. The surprised
pastor was equal to the occasion and
in his happy vein pronounced Rev. L.
W. Cross and Mrs. Eugenia Cullom
husband and wife.
Mrs. Lady D, Luckett, of Louisville,
Ky., is visiting her cousin, Mr. N. S.
Dabney, this week.
Mr. George Williams, of Belleville,
111., was in the city Sunday.
Mr. M. C. Dunbar attended the trot
ting fair at Guthrie, Ky., lar-t Friday.
Mr. James Reeves returned from
Guthrie Saturday.
Mr. Alex. Warfield spent Thursday
and Frday at Guthrie, Ky.
Mr. W. II. Davidson returned from
Dawson, Ky., on Tuesday.
Rev. J. W. Pickett, a former pastor
of St. Peters A. M. E. Church, is in
the city.
Mrs. Mattie Harland, of Nashville, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Rev. Mr. Haynes, of Jackson, Tenn.,
filled the pulpit of Mt. Olive Baptist
Church last Sunday.
McMINNVILLE NOTES.
The first quarterly conference of the
McMinnville Circuit of Nashville Dis
trict Tennessee Annual Conference was
held in Smith's Chapel M. E. Church,
Oct. 19, 20.
The quarterly conference business
was held on the 19th by Rev. J. H.
Ellis, of Nashville.
Rev. W. R. Smith, presiding elder,
being absent.
The reports showed a marked suc-
cess for the beginning of a new year.
On Sunday Rev. Ellis preached at 11
o'clock. He preached one of his soul-
stirring sermons which was helpful to
both saints and sinners. Collections
for all purposes was $17.82.
GOODLETTSVILLE NOTES.
The C. M. E.congregation had an ex
cellent meeting Sunday. Rev. Dr.
Luckett preached an interesting ser
mon. Mr. Ernest L. Baker visited friends
last week and was accompanied by Mr.
Ti .' 1 -i ri . :i
sul'Rjy;
mi. Aiex. uozier was in town recem-
ly.
Mrs. Martha Payne is still on the
sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonner spent the week
in Nashville.
Mr. Luther Burns is very ill.
Mrs. Susie Grizzard has returned to
her home in Evansville, Ind.
Little Joliva Utley is ill.
Mrs. Gillie Finch, Miss Laura Can
trell, Mrs. Litha Grizzard and Mrs.
Lottie Fite all went to Nashville last
week to see President Roosevelt.
The choir of Rockland rendered
some excellent music last Sunday.
Miss Kittle Jarctte and Mr. James
Boyd have subscribed for the Globe.
ST. ANDREW'S NOTES.
The children of the Sunday school
gave to the church a beautiful hymn
board which adds greatly to the serv
ice. The Earnest Workers were enter
tained last week by Mr. and Mrs. Good
wine. The Presbyterian Brotherhood is
still growing in membership, number
ing now about twenty-five.
Mrs. T. Thomvson, the president of
the Earnest WoH-crs, is visiting at her
old home in Atlanta.
The Verdi Kindergarten. Miss M.
Mathews, principal, is doing splendid
ly, having a good attendance.
CEMETERY NOTES.
Mrs. S. H. Millpr. of Nashville, has
returned to her homo after visiting
Mrs. James Rncker.
Rev. Frank Smith, of Watertowu,
visited the M. E. Sunday school and
COMMUNION
VESSELS WITH WHICH TO ADMINISTER.
THE LORD'S SUPPER.
THE 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 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
one.
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
moderate prices.
FOR FURTHER IWORJIATM CALL OR
WRITE THE
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
OF THE
S23 SECOND AVBNUB, NORTH,
gave an excellent lecture to the super
intendent and teachers.
Mr. J. F. Howse has. returned to hia
home in Mount Pleasant after spending
several days with his mother.
Miss Cynthia M. Howse, who has
been spending vacation with her moth
er, left for the West last Tuesday to
open school where she has taught sev
eral .successful terms.
Misses Bessie and Abigail Hugle
were the guests of Miss Alice Wind
row last Sunday evening.
Mrs. Howse received the news last
week that her son, Prof. J. W. Howse,
was all smiles over the arrival of a
fine son.
BRENTWOOD NOTES.
Mesdames Simon Wood and J. C.
Crawley visited the Holt settlemeni
last week and enjoyed the beautiful
scenery of the country
Mr. David Voorhies and family, of
Nashville, visited Mr. G. W. Voorhies
and family last Sunday.
Rev. J. R. Reasonover has moved
his family from Cumberland Furnace
to Brentwood, where he has charge of
Brook's Chapel M. E. Church
Mr. Hubbard Newsome, the coal mer
chant of Chapel Station, keeps busy
filling orders for coal
Messrs. Robert E. Johnson and G. W
voorhies, the hay and straw mer
chants, are putting in 100 acres of
wheat.
Theodore Crawley, who has been
somewhat indisposed, is out again
Mr. Robert Bains, Sr., is on the sick
list.
Mr. Thomas W. Walker, a grocer of
Brentwood, is doing fine with his to-
matoes.'
Mr. Robert Green was quietly mar-
ried to Miss Pfarl Buchanan one week
ago last Sunday at her home near
Overton Statfon.
BRIERSVILLE NOTES.
On Tuesday evening, October 22, an
enjoyable time was spent at the resi-
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pettis, at
a candy pulling given by the young
boys of this place. Music, dancing and
games were the delightful pleasures of
the occasion. Those composing the
narty were Miss Alice Stall. Master Ed-
die Pettis, Miss Florence Taylor, Mas-
ter Leonard Hayes, Miss Katie Pettis,
Mr. Granville Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs.
nv TotM, tMrs. Carrie Weakley
Mrs. Patty Gee, of Nashville, were the
cnests of Mrs. Arminta Shute last Sun
day, and Miss Elizabeth Weakley was
tbp enrst of Miss Florence Pettis.
Miss Katie Pettis will leave this
week for Nashville to attend the A. M.
E. Conference. She will be the guest
of Mrs. Alex. Tally, 407 Foster street.
Rev. IT. S. G. Brown, pastor of the
A. M. E. Church, preached his farewell
sermon Tuesday night. Oct. ,29.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keeling are still
on the sick list.
Ouite an enioyable day was spent
through the efforts of the teacher of
(vir school. Mr. Ed. Buford, last Fri
dnv. A nrize was offered to the one
m'-iking the highest mark in all studies
of the nrimarv class. The prize was
awarded to little Pric Brown Perry,
who made ion in spelling and 50 in
arithmetic. The prize offered was a
nice pair of pants.
Mr. Buford is doing great work nere
1 in the school line.
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SPRING HILL NOTES.
We have a very quiet town; there is
peace between the two races which is
not true of every town.
Miss Annie Campbell and Mrs. Mary
Bond, of Mount Zion, visited the
Teachers' Reading Circle last Saturday
at Columbia.
Mrs. M. L. Byers visited Misses Mary
and Lizzie Bradshaw at Columbia last
Saturday.
'Miss Eddy Slayden has been visiting
her cousin, Miss Irine E. Feters, for
the last two weeks.
Rev. Mr. Nelson, of Murfreesboro,
addressed the Spring Hill public
schools last Friday.
There has been a series or meetings
at the M. E. Church for the last week.
The result or whicn was two auditions
to the church.
The Rev. Mr. Etterly, the presiding
elder of the West Nashville District,
held his first quarterly conference here
last Sunday,
Several of the Spring Hilhans went
tn XTnchvfllo tn Sftf th.A Prpslrlpnt lnfit
week, the 22nd of October, but failed
to see him on account of the train be-
ing late.
Mr. Charles Griesby and mother vis-
ited Rural Hill last Wednesday.
Master Ope Stephenson, who has
been in Nashville for several months,
has returned to his father, Prof. J. W.
Stephenson.
The farmers are quite bus"y in the
neighborhood gathering corn and sow-
Nns wheat.
Mr. Robert Jenkins and Miss Mary
McCullough were married last Sunday
evening. We are in hopes that they
may live useful lives.
We want every man in our town to
read the Globe and pay for it.
COLUMBIA NOTES.
The Birmingham Presbytery held
its fall session with the Salem Presby
terian Church, near Ashwood, Maury
Countv. Tenn.. October 17-20. It was
an interesting and profitable meeting.
Such bodies meeting in this section of
the country, where Presbyterianism Is
not so well understood, serves to ad
vance the cause in a very substantial
way.
Mrs. Stewart, of Pittsburg, Pa., will
mend the winter with her sister. Mrs
Phoebe J. Armstrong, of East, Tenth
street.
Mr. Andrew Sanderson, of Colum
bia, Ohio, is visiting his mother. Mrs
Easter Sanderson, of Tenth street.
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Revs. Peterson and' Davis, delegates
to Birmingham Presbytery, visited the
Columbia Public School last week and
made very interesting addresses to
the children.
Miss Lizzie Bradshaw, who teaches
at Gravel Hill, was on account of ill
ness unable to teach last Friday.
Mesdames Byers and Barnes, of
Springhill, were in town Saturday the
guests of Miss M. E. Bradshaw.
Bishop E. Tyree vjsited here last
week, the guest of Rev. S. L. Howard,
pastor of St. Paul Church. The Bish
op's friends on College Hill were sadly
disappointed at not getting a glimpse
on this occasion of our "Own Bishop
Tyree." '
Mr. Charley, Kelly (was in Nashville
Tuesday to see the President.
Mt. Lebanon Missionary Baptist
Church celebrated its sixty-fourth an
niversary, October 28th. Rev. Mr.
gramme throughout the day Sunday,
October 20th.
Dr. Hunter has returned from In
dian Territory, where he visited his
parents.
Rev. and Mrs. T. W. Hampton will
celebrate their twentieth marriage an
niversary October 2Sth. Rev. Mr.
Hampton is pastor of Bethel A. M. E.
Church and is very popular in the com
munity, and no doubt the china wed
ding will be largely attended.
Rev. Dr. Clark, of Birmingham,
preached at St. Paul A. M. E. Church,
October 20th. t
Mr. Morgan Parker and Mrs. Elsie
Goodloe were quietly married on Oct.
1 0th, at the home of the bride's moth
er, Mrs. Rutha Bunch, on Hill street.
Mrs. Ada Blackly, of Chicago, is vis
iting her sister, Miss Magnolia Daniel.
The work on the Odd Fellow's Hall
is progressing nicely this beautiful
weather.
FRANKLIN NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkins, Sr., en
tertained Friday eveuing, October 25,
in honor of the birthday anniversary
of their daughter, Nannie T., from 8
to 12 o'clock. The house was beauti
fully decorated in pink and white. Mrs.
John Wilkins, Jr.. Misses Nannie T.
Wilkins, Lavania Voorhies and Maggie
Green, of Columbia, received the guests
promptly at 1 o'colck. A four-course
lunch was served. Among those pres
ent were Misses Sadie and Tang Fos
ter, Millie Church, Maggie Greene, of
Columbia, Lavania Vorhies, Fannie
J. Wolridgo, Martha Wolridge, Stella

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