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TUF, NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, IOCS.
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We manufacture X. P. Lodge Banners
IS per illustration given above, at prices
According to quality of materials and
trimmings, ranging from $.10 to $75; silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110; band
Embroidered bullion work from $13") to
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This snov9 a very popular design for
fi. U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made
of white Hag silk. Lambreouiu, or Cur
Jain, of red silk. Fainted in gold leaf
nd oil colors, back of red banner sateen,
primmed with imported gold lace, fring $
tassels, etc. Ilardwoxl pole, wood croj
lar, r"ui cover and holster. Frices iZ)
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For further information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. II. BOYD. Secretary.
523 Second Av. N. Najhville. Tenru
time with her mother, of Kayne ave
nur, and the remaining time with her
brother, of Fogs street.
Master Edward Nelson entertained
on Thursday afternoon at his home
No. 20 Tennesee street, a few of his
friends, luncheon was served at
o'clock. Those present were Misses
Florence Allison. Hattie Tatum, of
Mississippi; Alice Lewis, Annie Fink
ston and Master Herbert Allison
Games were the features of the after
noon. The children had a very de
Miss Etta Mae- Cheatham was the
miotit at dinner of Mr. and Mrs. J. H
Kellv. of Bass street. Christmas day
TTniversitv. spent a few days of the
Christmas in Columbia. Tenn., the
guest of Miss Maggie Kelly.
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Prof. J. II. Kelly and dangler, Miss
Maggie E. Kelly, spent a portion of
the holidays in the city the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Kelly, Jr., of C53
Mr. L. N. Lemons, of Shaw, Miss.,
after visiting relatives at Murfrees
boro, was the guest of his sister, Mrs.
Wm. II. Richardson and mother, Mrs.
S. N. Cowan, who arrived in this city
last Thursday after a three months'
visit to her daughter in Chattanooga.
Mr. L. N. Lemons left Friday night
for his home in Shaw, Miss., accom
panied by his nephew, Mr. James A.
Black, who Is to take charge of his.
store and business.
Quite an enjoyable banquet was giv
en by the Ladies' Union No. 2, on Fri
day evening, December 27, at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Swanson, of
Lea avenue. After the guests had as
sembled. Mrs. Emma Swanson, Presi
dent of the Union, made a brief speech,
stating the object of the Ladies' Union
and what they had done for the poor.
Other speakers of the evening were
Mrs. Callie D. House, Rev. Boone and
Dr. J. J. Walker, of Meharry. A six
course menu was served.
Mrs. Susie Carter, of Gay street, is
very sick with pneumonia.
Mr. Israel Fletcher, an old and re
spectable citizen of North Nashville,
died 'at his residence on Blank street
Tuesday. He was eighty-seven years
old on last. Christmas morning.
Miss Hattie Payne, of 307 Seventh
avenue. North, and Mr. James McGoode
spent Sunday in Murfreesboro.
Mrs. Mattie Ilarvy, of 317 Third ave
nue, South, has been sick for the past
week, but is able now to be out again.
Mrs. Hattie Harvell, of 420 Eleventh
avenue, who has been sick for the
past two weeks is no better.
Mrs. Lena Johnson is still indis
posed. Mrs. Amy Payne, who has been sick
with influenza for a week or more, is
Miss Jones, one of the teachers of
the M. & F. College of Hopkinsville,
siient the Christmas holidays in this
city. Miss Jones was the guest of Miss
Mrs. Lelia Laurence, of St. Louis,
is spending the holidays in the city,
the guest of Mrs. Henry Smith, 732
Tenth avenue, South.
Miss II. Louise Perkins spent Christ
mas in Franklin the guest of Rev. and
Mrs. J. W. Gaines.
Miss L. A. Carden, after spending
the holidays pleasantly with friends in
Pulaski and Franklin, is at her post
Mr. Aldrieh Lewis, who is a stu
dent of Perdue University, is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
jowis, of Demonbreun streets.
Rev. E. Williams and daughter, Miss
Daisy, of Hopkinsville, Ky., were in
the city to attend the opening of Roger
Williams University last Wednesday.
Miss Mary E. Ewing entertained her
house guests, Mesdames Baxter and
lockhart. of Bon Air, Tenn., at a 5
o'clock dinner last Thursday.
Messrs. Eugene Page, William Davis
and O. Haven Moores spent several
lays in Gallatin last week.
Mis. Marshall and daughter, of Bos
ton, are visiting Mrs. Lawrence Lewis,
of 1 oOTj Demonbreun street.
Miss rntrioe Lewis, of Washington,
D. C, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, of 1305 Demon
Mr. William Stone, a prominent rest
dent of Shelby viile, spent the holidays
with bis daughter, Mrs. Wm. B. Reed
and Mrs. Geo. Hargrave, of this city.
Mr. AV. M. Hargrave was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson,
of Berrv street, East Nashville, Tues
day evening, Dec. 31st.
Mr. William Boger continues to im
prove from the operation which was
performed upon him recently. He is
now able to be about his home.
Mrs. Frank Gaiter, r 1SO0 Almeda
street, has been indisposed for several
days, but is slightly improved at this
Mrs. Anne Caiter; of St. Louis, and
Miss Florence Shelby, of Franklin
Tenn.. are the guests of Mrs. G. A
Shelby, of Fourth avenue, South.
Mrs. D.' N. Keeble entertained a few
of her friends with an oyster supper
on Christmas Eve. Those present were
Miss Annie Mayberry, of Columbia
Mrs. N. E. Dunlap. and Mrs. Ida
Mrs. Ann Loft in, of 012 Shankland
street, is recovering from an attack of
Mrs. Geo. Holmes and Mrs. D. N
Keeble were the guests of Mrs. Rache
Franklin, of Cumberland street and
Mrs. Elizabeth Douglass, of Jefferson
Mr. and Mrs. Porter Streator are re
joicing over the addition to their fam
ilv. It is a twelve-pound boy that
promises to add new joys to the home
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkins enter
talned at their home, 1004 Eleventh
avenue, North, on Christmas day, Mr
and Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Neal,
Fargo, N. D., Mrs. Wm. Sykes, Miss L.
Coleman, Misses Maggie and Alberta
Stubbs. Dinner was served In courses
which Included nuts and confections.
Misses Pinkie and Gertrude May
berry, of Cedar street, left the city
Thursday to spend a few days with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses May
berry, of Ilillshoro, Tenn.
Master Luther Bowling, besides be
ing remembered by Santa Clans in Ye
sponso to his letter to The Globe, re
ceive,! a number of Christmas pres
ents daring the week from his little
friends in Bellbuckle nnd Smyrna.
Miss, Emma Jo Burton, of Division
street, who has been indisposed for
several days,' is able to be out.
Miss Pinkie Mayberry spent several
days in Franklin during the holidays.
Mr. A. D. McNairy, the popular coal
dealer, has been seriously ill for sev
eral weeks 3t his residence on Anient
Miss Maggie West, who has been
in Paris, Texas, for several months,
arrived in the city last Thursday
night. Miss West's mother accom
Mrs. Georgia Anne Killebrew and
Mr. 13. R. Killebrew have returned to
Clarksville after spending several
days with Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Kille
Mrs. Fannie Askew, after spending
several days In Clarksville, has re
turned. Mrs. Lizzie Cannon, of C3C Wet more
street, entertained many of her West
Nashville friends last Sunday.
Mrs. Effie Jordan and Miss Mary
Hamilton, of Shelbyville, left Tues-
ay for their home after spending a
week In the city.
Miss Ardena Jenkins, of Chicago,
passed through the city Saturday
morning en route to Murfreesboro to
ttend the bedside of her mother.
Mr. Wm. Jenkins spent Sunday in
Mr. Saul Buford left Sunday night
Miss Verna Cannon has returned to
le city after spending the holidays
Mr. Will Perkins spent the holidays
in Dickson, Tenn.
Mrs. Fields closed her school last
Friday, one week ago. witn splendid
exercises. After the little folks were
through with their speeches old Santa
Clan? wagged in, loaded with many
nnd things for the little fellows.
Each one of the children was called
and presented with a sacK or
something nice. Three of the patrons
were present: Mrs. Creasy Bill?, Mrs.
Sarah Hadley and Prof. J. C. Craw-1
lev. Santa Clans also remembered
them. Prof. Crawley was called on- to.
make some remarks, which he did,
peaking of the progress the scli'-o
was making with Mrs. Fields as teach
er. Prof. Crawley explained to the
children the meaning , of Christmas,
Rev. J. R. Rcaswvnove'f is on the
sick list. , .. ...
Mioses Eunice 'and Susie-Vernon, of
Wahlcn "University," s;rnt the Christ
mas holidays with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Vernon.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Vernon enter-
tnined at dinner last Sunday in honor
of their children, with a few invited
guests. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D.
Walker, Mrs. Laura Hunt and Prof. J.
Crawley and wife.
Miss Bessie Johnson in company
with her brother, Charley Johnson,
visited friends in Franklin last Sun-
Miss Anna Belle Jennings Is quite
ick with la grippe.
Mr. G. AV. Vcorhies has been on the
sick list for severr.l days.
Miss. Drucilla Hill, of Nafhville, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Anna Hunt.
Mrs. J. C. Crawley and J. C, Jr.,
visited Mrs. M. J. Crawley and Mrs.
A. Myers, of Nashville, last Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Phillips are
on the sick list.
Mrs. Ella Tillow who has been sick
for several weeks, Is improving.
Mr. Jake Harding, father-in-law of
Rev. Mark Owen, is not expecting to
Henry Hunt, Jr., of Indianapolis,
came home to spend the holidays with
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Vernon
of Nashville, visited Brook's Chapel
Sunday School last Sunday.
Mr. Willia.m Watson has moved to
his farm which he recently purchased
on Nolensville pike.
CHARMING HOLIDAY DINNER.
Mrs. Katie Hoffman entertained at
a charming holiday dinner at her
hoime. 1803 Heffernan street on Thurs
day evening, complimentary to Miss
Jones, of McMinnville. A tempting
menu of several courses was served
Among those seated around the table
were Miss Jones, Mr. Crestwell, Miss
Ashley. Mrs. Greer. Mr. J. C. Olden
and Miss Eudora McClelland.
MRS. WAINWRIGHT ENTERTAINS
Mrs. Hadley Wainwright gave
pretty six o'clock dinner Monday, De
comber 30, in honor of Mrs. Carrie
Milan, of St. Louis. The house was
effectively decorated w.'th Christmas
greens and potted plants. Those
present were Mrs. Carrie Milan, Mrs
Allen, Miss Maud Lee Cotton, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. DeWees and Mr. and Mrs
H. A. Wainwright.
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All Leathers. Also Ladies' and
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One of the most beautiful pictures in the home, a
church or a Sunday school, is an organ one that
is built to suit the home, the congregation and
the financial condition of the people. This is what
a National Baptist organ will do.
The parlor organs are in three
Style No. 2 is 5 octaves, action
B, oak case only.
Style No. 3 is 5 and 6 octaves,
oak case only.
Style No. 5 is 5 and 6 octaves,
case is oak or walnut.
Style No. 75 is our new de
sign. It is quarter sawed, golden
oak polish and is put up in a six
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