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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1S07.
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NEWS OF STATE.
Mrs. Mattie Jackson, recently of
Chicago, who was guest of Mrs. T. S.
Williams, returned to her home at
Clarksville last week.
Master Nixon Duller Perry is con
valescent. Mr. Joe Sanders, of Nashville, spent
the week in the city.
Miss Anna Evans and Mr. Rufus
Iavrence were married Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock at the home, nf
the bride. The bride was gowned in
a beautiful white mull and carried a
beautiful bouquet of white chrysan
themums. The couple received a
number of handsome present.
I he Jidiea Lmbroiderv Club was
entertained in a delightful manner
Saturday evening by Mrs. Shelly
Wade. After a few hours of work, the
ladies were ushered to the dining
room where a tempting menu was
served consisting of scalloped oysters.
pickles beaten biscuit, crated cheese.
cake and jellied fruit.
Mrs. F. G. Carney and Miss Johnnie
UKoal attended the funeral of Mrs.
Cal Henderson at Stone River Chanel
Sunday at the cemetery.
:lrs. .1. B. Sublett is imnrovine: ran
Dr. H. C. Miller was in the cilv last.
Mrs. Mollie Hendrix. of Nashville.
was a guest of Mrs. Martha Sutlles
Master James Bass snent Sunday in
Bradley Academy line un:
iame and Positidh. Weicrht
liiompscn, Left End lis
W. Alexander. Left Tackle 125
Smith. Left Guard 110
Garnr, Center ion
Burks. Right Guard 103
SuhlFtt. Right Tackle 120
Watkins. Right End 135
Howse. Quarter 102
Woods, Left Half i?,n
C. Alexander, Full Back 1571-2
Brown, Full Back 1?;
Jordan, Right, Half 133 1-2
substitutes: Lvt e. Williams nnri
Mrs. Katy L. Page is visit in? fHpmi
1 nan s urn tins week.
VESSELS WITH WHICH TO ADMINISTER
THE LORD'S SUPPER.
THE most sacred ordinance that
can beobservtd 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 toadmin
, 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 ni'ORHATIOS CALL OR
A QUARDItUPLE-PLATED COMMUNION SET.
2Tlates, 2 Goblets, 1 Quart Flagon.
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
Mr. John 13. Ridlev of N-isliviiio
visited here Sunday and preached for
u'v. 1.. btrongs congregation Sun
Mr. Bennie John was hurled Kntnr.
The report of last wpek thaf at v
Tvwis nrown was dead was a mistake.
ne is improving slowly.
ine fctate Bonrd of the M. A sn.
eicry met Saturday with the presi
nents or the different lortups thrnnn-h
out the state and transacted hnnpuc
the following state officers wpi-p nit.
eo: u. Jjrown, S. G.; N. Matthews.
ice n-esnient; r. t. Perrv. Rpm-p
tarv: p. Smith Trpn
ctrong. J. Matthews and II. Reed, local
Miss Sallie L. Battle Snent Snliirrlnv
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uni ownuay wun aiiss l.ucinda Dren-
Mr. u. Ij. Perry received for hi
birthday gift two cakes, one from his
niece, M. L. Buchanan, and the other
was presented by Mrs. Eva Sneed
-Airs. Maggie Lytle. of Lavprtrnp haa
srinea ror the Globe.
Mrs. Phebe Richardson vi
tives in Nashville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Davis wpre thp
guests ot Mrs. Johnson Howsp inst
Tha public school, which hn noon
closed lor -nearly two months, will rp.
'M'cn next Monday,
ville audience. Havine the use nf
only one eye. no doubt it was hard for
him to see that point clearlv: hut hp
acquiesced calmly and gave a subtle
tam on the Railroad Rat Bill
Dr. Kelly returned from Nnshvilip
Messrs. Chas. Lynch. Ed. Surrmiprs
L03111 White and Sam Howard, of
lopiunsville, Ky., were in the ritv
Sunday visiting friends. '
Rev. T. G. Goodall. Jr.. nnstnr nf
nun ward uaptist Church, had as his
guests his mother and hrnthnv nf
XNasnvuie, last Sunday.
Rev. F. W. Gardner. J. F. Dean nnd
H. E. Rye returned from the Mpmnhic
Miss Rosa Candle, after an extpnriPfi
visit in this city, returned to Chica
go last Saturday.
Mr. Mayor Brown is now located in
Miss Kittie Gartt and Mrs. Rmmo
v ester visited at Ridceton Rnndnv
Airs. Mattie Cantrell and Mrs wmio
Pinth and Mr. Tenor visited the Iron
ore mines Sunday.
Rev. D. R. Giles nreached won do p.
ful sermons Sunday morning and even
ing. i,arge conerecations wer m.
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"ii Ai uom services.
Sunday school was onened at JhP
usual time. The lesson was very in
teresting and was carefully rronp ovpr
and explained by our faithful superin
tendent, Mr. Am. Howlette.
Rev. G. W. Martin was with Rpv
Smith Sunday and preached for him at
11 0 clock. His sermon was verv
Little Dorthy Jenkins, the dausrlitpr
of Mr. and Mrs. Early Jenkins who
has been very sick for several weeks
under the care of Dr. W. B. Denny, is
Mr. Andrew Keeling, of Elm avenue.
the son of Mrs. Ellen Keelinsr. is vprv
Miss Addie L. Buchanan snent a
few days last week with her sister,
Mrs. Dr. Cliff, of East Nashville.
Mrs. Mary Hall, wife of Mr. PhilHn
11 an. snent. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Neal.
Mr. Elmer Telford nresentpd to tit.
tie Martha Alma Neal. his only first
cousin, a nice savins: bank containing
Mr. GranvtUle Felrgueon left last
week for Maples, Texas, where he will
spend the winter.
The remains of Mr. Rob Patton
were carried to Little Hope for burial
Prof. 11. A. Hibbitf has returned
home from Chattanooga, where he has
been attending the conference.
Rev. T. A. Sellar will have the pas
torate of the church at Lavergne.
Miss Georgia Davis is in the city.
Miss Lillie Covington visited
Rev. Floor preached an excellent
sermon here Sunday.
Miss J. B. Smith and Miss M.Brown
were the guests of Mi
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Mrs. Prince Baker visited here
A large party attended .the rally
Miss Hattie Novel is visiting here.
Scissors Shears rocket Knivcf
Sheet Music-All Latest
and Best Songs.
The Cutlery Man.
a grocery store at. tho mmov nf
iintn and College streets some few
nays ago opened its doors to tliP cw
cial trade of the emnlovpps nf tho r?n-i
uivcr iMirnaee Company. By some it.
uiiown as a comnussnrv"
me nnnace men since the money slrin-
iny nave ueen gently requested to
do all their trading at thP ni,n
named place. With lime or no money
.-.im iuiu picnry or hard work
squads of laborers are leaving daily'
It remains to be seen whether the
"commissary" von turn will not crip-
iiu- iiuining 01 the furnace.
1 no indomitable Ron
't't'iuu, U CI I
nig lrom sonirwhn-P n cnnn r,.rt
Una, was not himself hpfm-o nn n,u
ence of some four hundred persons last
r 1 may niant ar E mer'a n-,,.n i,..
- - . muir
me committee havinir th Q Pro t-i rrn
ments in hand charged him vith
gentle reminder, that a '-v a- p,.t.,w,
on the race problem w-H ,vt
ly suit the esthetic tasu- of a Cla-Ki-
Mr. Robert Bains. Sr.. is still nnitP
ill. His sister and brother. Mrs. Wil.
son and Mr. Bains, of Manchester,
I enn.. are at his bedside.
Misses Eunice and Susie Vernon, of
Walden University, will spend Thanks
giving with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Some of the sisters of Mt. Lebanon
Baptist Church gave an entertainment
for the benefit of the church last Snt-
unlay night at. Mr. T. W. Walker's
The ministers and deacons meeting
of the East. Fork Missionary Baptist
Association convened at Mt. Calvary
Baptist Church. Rev. Willis IjCP. nns-
tor. The meeting was presided over
i'V Key. I;, p. Baker and Rev. C.
E. Watkins. Rev. John
nreached an excellent sermon to a
hrge eonrrrogntinn Friday nidit. On
Saturday Rev. Wm. Havnes delivered
an address in interest of Rognr Wil
liams and received a collection nf
.nn. Rev. Miller nreached nt nitrht.
R"v. Craig preached Sunday morning
" gcoM n'"""n(-fi and at. night Rev.
'i-s r'-enrbfil rn able sermon.
J Miss '.Vims was the guest
i of Miss Katit' IMlis last Sunday.
ELEGANT CHRISTMAS PROGRAM.
The third number nf iho Mnitnnni
Baptist Concert Quarterly for 1907
better known as the Christmas - pro
gram, has just come from tho noa
It is a beautiful Diece nf wnrifmnnoh,-,-,
and shows that the greatest of care
has been exercised not only in the me
chanical part of the program, but in
its general niake-un. The f'OVPr lo in
three colors red, green and white
with the words "National Baptist
Concert Quarterly" i n lirillinnf n
on the front, then the familiar greet
ing iierry uunstmas," and just under
this a magnificent hunch nf thaf fo
miliar and cheerful green that always
reminds one of the approaching fes
tive times (hollvL
with a bow of red ribbon. It shows
up in a charminclv
and Is printed upon heavy enamelled
paper. On the inside one finds new
features for Christmas exercises, the
"Newsboy's Christmas," a cantata
which will give an evening of amuse
ment to many a large audience dur
ing the approaching holidays. It is
carefully prepared and the simplicity
of the little romance affords the in
structor an easy task to make an im
pression, not only on their audience,
but upon the pupils at their daily re
hersals. The order of exercises in thP nm.
gram comes as follows: The intro
duction is an instrumental piece,
wnicn is leit to the selection of the
musician. The next, a duet and
chorus "Glory to God," is taken from
that beautiful book, Celestial Show
ers, wo. z, by the late William Ros
borougb. Then comes a little dia
logue to lend merriment to the occa
sion. The chorus, "Merry Christ mas
Hound the World," is a piece of music
selected , from Pearls of Paradise.
Then another chorus, "The Babe That
Lay in Bethlehem," by -Prof. J. H.
carter, is to he sung between the acts
and is indeed appropriate for the oc
casion. The solo, "The Drunkard's
Child," is a piece that will no doubt
bring tears to many a stout heart,
as the composer seems to take in
every condi in of tins wretched life
of an unfoit ;i:ate vho )a ro identi
fied. The closing clioiiis, "Ilosanna!
Messiah is King," by J. II. Carter,
has already been pronounced as one
of the best ever produced. Mrs. Lnla
J. Boyd-Landers, editor of this do-
DINNER AND CONCERT.
S.NIGGUiS FAMILY WILL APPEAR AT
Lee Ave. Christian Church
They will be assisted bv ihe I pp Atrt,.,o
Guards, Companies A t n 1 B, with a drill
The ladies of the church will serve hot
dinner during the day and a cold lunch
at night. Miss Callie Smith and Miss
Annie Bostic have ki idly consented to
dispose of the tickets ' The public is
tuimdn; Miviieii, Aumiddiura, iu ttlNli.
Rev. Preston Taylor, Pastor.)
POOL AND BILLIARDS
Cigars and Tobacco. Shoe Shining Parlor.
Finest Pool Room in the South.
HIRAM HAROING, Prop.,
812 Cedar St., Nashville tenn.
partment, is to be complimented on
her work this year. In fact, the No.
3, volume 10, of the National Baptist
Concert Quarterly (Christmas Fro
uam) surpasses any of its prede
cessors and bids fair to become the
most popular of all the series.
The price of these programs is 5
cents- per copy, 35 cents per dozen or
$:?.00 per one hundred, postage paid.
Quite a number of orders have been
already received. Those desiring a
supply should send at once to the Na
tional Baptist Publishing Board, 523
Second avenue, North, Nashville,
CONCERT AT WALDEN.
On Monday evening, November 18,
a concert was given by the students
of Walden University at Clark Memo
rial Church for 'the purpose of rais
ing funds to send a delegate to the'
Y. M. C. A. Convention which meets
in Washington, D. C, on November
22. The concert was a pleasing suc
cess. A, large and appreciative audi
ence' witnessed the program. Every
number was so well rendered as to re
ceive an encore. Mrs. F. B. Ransom
was elected as delegate and left for
wasnington Tuesday night.
The following program was ren
dered: Selection The Lord is Great W.
H. .Jones Univ. Glee Club
rr:i-vor President Kumler
R(';uliS Miss. Serena Herman
Violin Solo Gipsy Dance ...Ira Scott
Recitation Miss Carrie E. Young
Reading A Glimpse of Life ..
0 II- Huggins
Soprano Solo . . . .Miss Gertrude Lewis
Recitation The Football
Miss Blanche Johnsou
Bass Solo -When the Bell in the
r.iahlhousr- Rings Alfred Sol-
,'.an ; L. N. Bass
Recitation The Party Dunbar.
Selection, 1-rnnois Harper Quintette
flukes rierce, Booze, Randle,
Reading Parrhascus and tho Cap-tive-N.
P.Willis ....A. N. Johnson
Selection-Just a Girl-Lawrence
Smith m r.,.,u
Oood Night 'Forsell Glee Cluh