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THE NASHVILLE G1.0P.R. FRIDAY. JANUARY 8, IftrtS.
VESSELS WITH WHICH TO ADMINISTER
THE LORD'S SUPPER.
I Hi most sacred ordinance, that
I can be obse rved by all churches
If 1, ,f 1, 41, I 1
Supper or, isi other words. Sacra
ment. We do not think it is in
keeping with these sacred ordi
ances of the Lord's Supper in
church lunv-a- da vs to try to admin
ister it with out the proper vessels.
Every Church Otght to Ihve a
First-Class Communion Set.
They can have them made out
of the best grade of quardi uple
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 I LUTHER IVKORIUTM CALL OR
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
523 SECOND flUENUC, NORTH,
OFFICE: J4J8 Cedar St., West.
Phone, Main 4J50-Y.
dr. j. a. McMillan,
Genitourinary Diseases a Specialty,
RESIDENCE: 67 FIRST AVENUE, S. Phone, Main 2595.
TAYLOR & CO,
Funeral Directors and
CARKUGES FOR HIRE.
419 Furth Atnue, North,
Nashville, - - Tenn.
Mr, Henry Allen Boyd, the Assistant
Secretary, interrupted the merry horde
by a very short speech, at the conclu
sion of which he presented Dr. Boyd
with a beautiful gold watch and chain.
It was a complete surprise to Secre
tary Boyd, who attempted, in accept
ing the gift, to respond. The host of
worners concluded tneir meai pieas
czthv.. and at the end it was announced
Dr. Boyd that no one was expected
return to their duty until the next
orning. mus passea tne nrst aay ot
yAhe year at the Publishing House.
Jesse II. Gray and Janie B. Wilson.
Jesse Cleveland and Dewitt Bandy.
Eugene Roach and Magnolia Hamp-
fde and Sophia Hall.
ayes and Emma Baugh
iinston and Carrie M. Ran
Wesley Hayes and Martha Mo
Janie Barnes, 1051 EdgebJll avenue,
Gardner Swanson, 1J302 Ivy street,
Will Felix Davis, 917 Horton street,
Lizzie Town?end, 521 North. First
street, 75 years.
James Williams, 611 Sixth avenue,
North, 1 year.
Infant of Mattie Crowder, Tenth
and Louisiana avenues.
Canvella Bledso, 412 Peabody street,
George Washington, Donelson Sta
tion, 28 years'.
Monroe Riley, 422 Fifth street, 19
Georgia Ella Beasley, Clifton ave
nue, 15 years.
Minerva Powell, 821 Third avenue,
North, 27 years.
Myers Dunlap, 320 Jo Johnston ave-
nue, 27 years.
2 Plates, 2 Collets, 1
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
9 to U a. m., 2:30 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.
3 SSL ft
Maggie McGreen, 1012 Sunset
stroet, 42 years.
Harriet Keel, 218 Tenth avenue,
South, 55 years.
Fills James', Trenton, Ky., 36
Malissa Rutledge, 514 Jo Johnston
avenue, 60 years.
Caroline Johnson, 1322 Second ave
nue, South, 67 years.
Infant of Emma and John Taylor, 27
Fred Head, 720 Eighth and Sevier
streets, 20 years.
Mary Stringer, 1247 Third avenue,
South, 49 years.
Amanda Delridge, City Hospital, 49
Verna Buchanan, 4 miles Harding
pike, 5 months.
Infant of Chas. and Myrtle Brooks,
Bell Meade, 7 hours.
Lucinda Fitts, 408 Sycamore street,
Isabel Buckner, 112 Fifth avenue,
South, 20 years.
Lizzie Hibbitts, 1007 Eighteenth
avenue, North, 51 years.
Lula May Henderson, 616 Peabody
street, 1 year.
A delightful Christmas dinner was
given on Monday by Mrs. R. L. Miles,
of Twelfth avenue, South. The entire
house was decorated with holly, n,1s
tleitoe and additional Christmas deco
rations. Those present were Rev. and
Mrs. E. M. Lawrence, Rev. and Mrs
J. C. Tidtt, Rev. and Mrs. I. C. Sher
ron, Mrs. Mary Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
Pleas Redmond, Mies E. Shivcirs, Lit
tle Joseph DeWees Lawrence, Little
Laura Lott, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
On Tuesday evening, December 31,
1907, Mr. Robt. L. Williams and M,lsa
Odessa Marie Brown were married at
the home of the bride, Twelfth ave-
nue, North. It was a quiet but very
brilliant affair. The bride was at
tired in white voile and carried bride
rcs'es. A number of handsome and
valuable presents were given. Rev.
W. T. Haigler officiated. After the
ceremony the happy couple repaired
to 1614 Heiman, street, where they will
Mrs. Addie Simons, the organist tfjj
Keys Chapel, Murfreeibcro, has not
been able to meet the choir- for sofce
time, owing'to the illness of her moni
er, Mrs. Bell Robertson.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Overton en
tertained a few friends December 27,
1907, celebrating Mr. Overton's thirty-fifth
birthday. The house was
beautifully decorated with ferns and
holiday vines. A delightful literary
and musical programme was rendered.
Mrs. Willa Reed pleased the audience
with a beautiful solo, "Don't be cross.."
Mrs. Thomas Cash and Mrs. Overton
rendered recitations, as also did Mrs.
John Shelby, who recited "The One
Leg Goose." She was recalled and re
cited "Sunday Fishing." Mr. and Mrs.
Pruitt displayed their musical talents,
after which all marched to the dining
room, where a delicious three-course
menu was served. The table, which
had for its central ornament a large
fern, was veiled In Battenberg lace
and drawn linen. The out-of-town
guests were Mrs. Shute, of Briers-
villc. Tenn., Mrs. Susie Jones, of
Chicago, Mrs. Hannah Cummins, Chi
cago, and Mrs. Dr. Reed, Bowling
CHARMING BIRTHDAY PARTY.
A charming event for a company of
twenty-five children was the birthday
party given last Thursday afternoon
by little Miss Mary S. Ewing at her
home, SOD Cedar street. The home
of the hostess was very bright and at
tractive with its' appropriate decora
tions of bells and Yuletide ever
greens, making a pretty background
far the young guests in their gay cos
tumes. Games were features of
amusement and later the little ones
ushered by the hostess, went into the
dining-room. The table, extending
the length of the room, was decorated
in holiday colors. In the center was
a large birthday cake, sent to the
hostess by her grandmother, Mrs.
Tony Hildreth, of Franklin. Placed
around the cake were eleven red and
white lighted candles. A five-course
menu was iserved. Before leaving the
dining-room the hostess called on
eleven children each to extinguish a
candle. They returned to the room
and began their amusement until the
hands of the clock pointed to the
hour of five, when all departed for
their homes. The hostess was as
sisted in receiving by her cousin,
I enora Waters. Those present were
Iva D. Wyaitte, Robie May Wyatte,
Odessa North, Ollie Dale, El
sie Dale, Viola Overton, Ruble Mai
Williams, Amelia Keeble, Joe M.
Keeble, Nancy Keeble, Roscoe Keeble,
Ernest ine Cross, Lout roll Taylor,
Odell Taylor, Mary Bell AlUn, I Miry
Hockel t. Claudie Tony, Lenor.i Waters,
Tommie T. Waters, Bessie Waters
Theodore William:, Price S. Erwir,
Linse.y Overton, John Overton, Floyd
Hodge, cf Franklin, Miss Lizzie Dick
crson, Mr. Tfiny illildridge, of Frank
lin, Mr.' John Standfield. Mesdanies
P. R. Burrus, Roy Ei win, X. P. Porter,
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Ewing. The host
ess was the recipient of many valua
Zenith Lodge, No. 9?. A. F. and A.
M., celebrated St. John's Day, Decem
ber 27, with a grind Masonic banquet.
Haley Lodge, No. 1 13, and Shelbyville
Lodge, No. 82, -sent representatives.
Music was furnished by a string band
from Winchester. Rev. N. P. Gieggs
(Knight Templar), Morning Star, No.
11, of Columbia, was the speaker of
the evening. The speaker showed
clearly' that the Lodge is of Negro
origin and that the Negro is the only
race with prime authority of the 33rd
degree. All kinds of refreshments of
the season were served. The ban
quet was well attended.
The Christmas trees and exercises
at all of ithe churches were good and
well attended. The M. E. Church ren
dered a most beautiful drama, "Moth
Mr. S. B. Howse, of Nashville, and
Mr. T. J. Sanders, of McMinnville.
were guestTi of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mr. V.o-A A. Ilolman, of Franklin,
Ky.. visited his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hale, of Chat
tanooga, Tenn., visited their parents
during the holidays.
Mr. Aaron Hale, of Nashville, vis
ited his sister and daughter.
Mr. ?nd Mis. Williams, of Winches
ter, visited friends during Christmas
Mr. D. Bone, of Winchester, visited
Revs. R. B. Ross, J. S. Swift and
A. Ridley filled Rev. Collier's pulpit
Sunday (morning, afternoon and even
ing, the occasion being a rally.
Tullahoma Public School resumed
its work Monday morning,, with a good
Dr. Edwards, of Meharry" Medical
College, Nashville, was. the. guest of
Dr. T. B. Spencer.
Miss Maggie Nelson visited friends
in Nn?'hville and-Louisville, Ky.,' dur
ing the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. House enter
tained on Friday Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
King, Rev. N. P. Greggs, Rev. F. N.
Collier and Mr. T. J. Sanders. An ex
cellent menu was served at 4 o'clock,
consisting of six courses, after which
a few instrumental selections were
rendered by Rev. and Mrs! N. P.
Greggs and little Zenobia Howse.
TWO PROMINENT PEOPLE DEAD.
The announcement of the death of
Mrs. Bessie Lucas, a relative of
Mrs. Fannie Foster, the dairy owner,
on Lebanon pike, whose property joins
Greenwood Park, and Henry Allen, the
drum major of Company G, was made
at the time of going to press. Both
are prominent. Taylor & Co., will have
charge of the two funerals. No in
formation as to where the services will
be held had been given out up to 10
o'clock this morning.'
Many of the colored employees of
the Louisville & Nashville Railway
have been taking a vacation, but it is
learned from Mr. Wright, who has
charge of the filing system, that near
ly all of the old employees a;a back
at their posts of duty.
Mrs. Maggie Lawrence, wife of Rev.
E. M. Lawrence, the efficient Superin
tendent of Missions of the Baptist
State Convention of Tennessee, will
leave to-morrow for Bellbuckle, to be
present at the bedside of her nephew,
Garfield Holbert. -
Messrs. Ebby and Thomas Starnes,
of Chicago, are in the city visiting rel
atives, and friends.
Miss Mamie Cheatham of 709 Se
vier street, is visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Fannie Hamilton, of West Nashville,
MOVING INTO NEW QUARTERS.
The Clarion Printing Company, that
has been located at G01 Second avenue,
North, is moving into their new
quarters on Gay street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues. They will
be conveniently situated, having com
pletely renovated the building, con
verting the same Into a commodious
printing office. Windows have been
put in on all sides which afford abun
ELECTION OF TRUSTEES.
The annual election of Trustees of
St. John A. M. E. Church took place
last Tuesday night, December 31, 1907
The following were elected: Frank
Mills, W. B. Reed, M. V. Buford, Sara
Johnson, Jas, Pepper, Napoleon Ran
som, A. G. Ferguson, Wm. York and
D. A. Hart.
Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone 3443-Fv
Dr. J, B, Singleton.
408 Cedar St. 1116 Jefferson St. t
A. D. McNairy,
THK ur,n RICLI AMl.h
Wood and Coal Dealer. 4
Wholesale and Ketai).
. Telephone.Mnln ?SO.
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Iirown Building, SI 3 Cedar St.,
W. F. ROIHIUSON. Proprietor.
POOL AND BILLIARDS
Cigarsand Tobacco. Shoe Shining Parlor.
Finest Pool Room in the South.
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812 CEDAH ST., NASHVILLE, TENN.
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Out of Town Days.
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Telephone, Main 4I50-Y. Uli Cedar Street.