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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1M)7
mornins. and at oiip of the sulnirlinn
churches on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Anna B. Spcnoe, of the mailing
department of the Baptist I'ublishins
House, who has been ill for the past
two weeks, has recovered sufficiently
to report for duty.
Mrs. Dan Keeble had several visit
ors Sunday afternoon. Among those
who called were Mesdames Susie Car
ter, V. J. Young, of East Nashville,
Mrs. Lowe and daughter, Miss Johnnie
Blackwell and Mr. Nixon.
Mr. Sarah Gray Henry, of Eleventh
avenue, North, left the city Wednes
day evening for Chattanooga, where
she will reside in the future.
Mrs. Bella Cowan, of 1305 Jo John
ston avenue, is sick.
A PATHCTIC STORY.
Ou Sunday night at Mt. Olive Bap-
list Cnuren, an incident was brought
to ligut that was very sad and which
elicited tiie sympathy of all present
who me iu the least inclined to be of a
lOigmng nature. Dr. Clark, the pas
tor, stated that he had a beautiful ob
ject to snow the audience, the story of
which can best be told by the follow
Nashville, Tenn., November, '07.
Kind Sir: It is emergency that
causes me to numbly beg ot you, also
congregation, the sympathy for a poor
ellowman that has met .with misfor
tune. The majority of my days have
been spent in the vilest of sin. Just
one year ago 1 became aware of my fu-
tuie destination, should I continue to
lead the life that I was living, so I con
cluded to lead a different life. I
pi ayed to Uou to teach me to serve
him and I do sincerely believe my
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We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners
is per illustration Riven above, at prices
according to quality ot materials and
trimmings, ransnntr from $.10 to $7j! silk
embroidered work from $81) to $110; ham
embroidered bullion work from $',) to
$260. Specifications furnished on banners
at any price desired. :: ::
Oil Thursday evening of last week
a pretty wedding was solemnized at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. D.
Lowery. The contracting parties
were Miss Freddie J. Lowery and Mr.
Clarence Hall. Rev. Nathan. Smith
performed the ceremony. Mr. Hal1 i3
a worthy young man, a eon of Mrs. Su
san Howard, and has a large circle
of acquaintances. Miss Lowery movea
to the city with her parents some
five years ago, and has many' friends
both in Georgia, where she spent hex
eirlhood days, and in Tennessee. A
number of friends witnessed the af
The marriage of Miss Annie Tram-
mell and Mr. R, J. Lanier was beauti-
piayeis were answered. I have been fully and impressively solemnized at
imaiceiated in prison now over two 8 o'clock last Wednesday evening at
years and this has caused me to en- the home of her parents, No. 20D
tit ely reform. I humbly ask you to Third avenue, South. The ceremony
deliver this message to your congrega- was performed by Rev. B. Bolden be-
tion and ask them one and all to pmy fore an altar of palms land ferns, in
tor me that I may live closer to Christ, the presence of a large gathering of
Here is a hat rack that I make a pres- friends and relatives of the contract-
ent to the church, and I hope it will hn!r parties. To the -strains of Men-
be accepted, and it so, state to your delssohn's Wedding March, played by
congregation by whom and where it Mr. Caesar Cooper's Orchestra, the
was made in the Nashville State i)rMnl nartv entered the room. Tho
Prison by George Payne. I also send ms,A 0r honor. Miss Frankie Tram-
a walking-cane that I make a present mct preceded by the bride, beautiful-
10 you. beverai uays ago l sent a saa- iv dressed in white, carrying a large
Every-style in Men's, Boys' and
Children's Clothing. The best
goods for the least money. Give
us a call.
$3.00, $3.50 and
The bestshoe on earth. All styles."
All Leathers. Also Ladies and
die to you, but I do not know if it was
delivered. Sincerely hoping you all
to pray for me, I am,
An humble believer in Christ,
Sta. A., Nashville, Tenn.
bouquet of bride's roses, leaning on
the arm of her father, Mr. Frank H.
Trammell, was followed by the groom
and best mam. Mr. John Ronnie. It was
a beautiful scene long to be remem
bered by those who witnessed it.
Many costly and beautiful presents
A wedding of interest to many of
their friends was that of Miss Eva
Hoskins and Mr. Robert Bell, which
Corner Public Square and Cedar Street.
OFFICE: 428 Fifth Ave.,N.
Pythian Temple, Phone, Main 4J50-Y.
9 to 1 1 a. m., 2 to 3:30 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.
MISS THOMPSON GOES TO MISS
Miss John D. Thompson, of De-
monbreun street, has accepted a posi
tion to teach at Bogue Chitto, Miss.
Miss Thompson is a graduate of the
ltoi mal Department of Fisk University was solemnized Tuesday night at the
and until the Board of Trustees decid
ed to retrench on the expenses, taught
at the Tennessee School for the
Blind. ' She is popular in clubdom,
bing a member of the H. T. G. M. and
the Wednesday Evening Musical Club.
Miss Thompson left for her new field
of labor Wednesday night.
IN HONOR OF MISS GREEN.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McKay enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Durant Houston
and Miss Virginia Green, of New Or
leans, who are here attending Mehar
ry, last Sunday evening. The table
was beautifully decorated, represent
ing mid-autumn. Those present be
side the honorees were Mrs. L. Lar
kins and Mr. Wm. Nixon.
Melon Mangos. Celery.
Frime Roast Beef Angus.
German Kahl Greens.
Combination Salad. Mayonnaise.
Peach Ice Cream.
1 1 ialtoiigjij! il
Joe Rucker, one of the High School
boys, while playing at recess, frac
tured his leg. Dr. Hale was hurriedly
called and the fractured member was
set. At this writing Mr. Rucker Is
home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Ella
Darden, on Williams street, by Rev.
Wm. Flagg. The house decorations
were attractive and elaborate, the
house being arranged with tall, grace
ful ferns, nalms and cut flowers. Miss
Addie Fite was at the piano and ren
dered Mendelssohn's wedding march
as a processional and intermezzo dur
ing the ceremony. Dr. Frank Strong
sane a beautiful selection. Miss Sa
rah E. Flagg was at the piano, and
the programme of wedding music
was unusually beautiful. Miss Ella
Darden, who was the maid of honor
and only attendant, wore a lovely
blue flannel trimmed in white silk
braid, with a white girdle, slippers
and gloves to match Her bouquet
was of roses and carnations. The
best man was the bride's nephew,
Mr. Geo. Darden. The bride entered
with the best man and she was love
ly in her gown of white organdie.
Following the cercanony, the bridal
party, relatives and friends were high
ly entertained and served from the
bride's table, which had a mound
in the center loaded with all kinds
of fruit. The most attractive
thing was the bride's cake, which, had
in it a darning needle, ring and a
dime. Miss Queenie Arnold drew
the ring: Miss Viola Flagg, tne
needle; and Mrs. Warfield, the dime.
After the reception .Mr. and Mrs.
Bell, who received a large assortment
of costly gifts, left for their home on
dr. j. a. McMillan,
VENEREAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
RESIDENCE: 67 FIRST AVENUE, S. Phone, Main 2595.
lo-ii-' mo ' -
This snows a very popular design for
ti U. O. of O. F. Lodses. Front made
of white flae silk. Lambrequin, or Cur
sun, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf
ind oil colors, back of red banner sateen,
frimmed with imported gold lace, fring 4
iassels, etc. Hare1 wood pole, wo d croi
bar, rn cover and holster, l'nci s
X " '"' the ahe Banners will
made for any other oru...'. ""on at isama
prices, changing emblems and lettering
to suit the Order. :: ::
RETURNS TO THE CITY.
Elder Preston Taylor, after spend
ing about four weeks in Los Angeles.
Cal., will return homo Sunday, Nov.
17. On his way back he will pass
through the following states: Ari
zona, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas,
Missouri, Iowa and Illinois. He
reached Chicago Thursday and visited
Ihe Christian -church and his friends.
He will preach to his congregation
Mrs. Geo. W. Ward entertained the
Carnation Club Monday afternoon at
her residence, on the corner of Bass
street and Ewing avenue. After an
hour had been spent in work the
guests were invited into the dining
room, wnere a two-course iuucuwu
was served with ices. The table was
the center of attraction, having a cen
terpiece of battenburg lace on which
rested a stand of pink roses and ferns.
The club guests were Mesdames P. R-
MIXED DATES. Burrus. II. A. Dodd, John Cunning-
I . . a t i. 1. H T T A
The editor of the Globe made an nam, 1. a. rsicnoibon wxxrb. r-. .
amusing miscalculation last week, nvimiswu, "i.
bors nrp.sent were Mesdames n. 'ssi.
His birthday was on November 9, but
somehow or other bo imagined that
November 8 was November 9. and in
vited friends to partake of his hos- C. Winstead, C.
pitality on Friday. The next day he
found that he had made an error
and invited the same friends to a rep-
Burns, Hal Duff, W. M. Rucker, Robt.
Ralph. C. Battle, P. A. Washington, C.
L. Woods, W. S.
Amos, Sidney Bond-, r. A. Simms,
Lawrence "Moore, L. E. Battle, Geo.
Ward. Horace Wade. The Club will
etition of the proceedings of the pre- meet with' Mrs. P. A. Washington 44
Robertson street, next Monday at 2
For further information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board.
R. II. BOYD, Seoretary,
Mrs. Alice Marshall, after fourteen
months illness, passed away at her
residence, 2120 North Vance street,
last Thursday morning. The remains
were conveyed to Mt. uilbert ceme
tery, White's Creek. Rev. John Fran
lin, of Edgefield Junction, oflicated
at. the services at Ebernezer Baptist
Mrs. Preston, of Michigan, and Mrs.
Frances Joseph-Gaudett, of New Or
leans, were delegates to the W. C. T.
U." Convention. Mrs. Gaudrtt is a na
tional character, and has acocm
plished more good as a prison mission
t the world.
COMPLIMENTS THE GLOBE.
R. W. Thompson, the versatile news
paper correspondent at the head of
the Thompson News Bureau, pays the
following compliment to The Globe in
the current issue of the Indianapolis
"One of the neatest race journals
that come our way is the Nashville
Globe, capably edited by J. O. Battle.
Its eight pages are entirely 'original
composition, and every paragraph is
,set by the 1 up-to-date linotype ma
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