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GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY
Vffcndered a( Fisk Univer
' HIGH-CLASS PRODUCTION-FOLK
SONG ENJOYED BY ALL. :
" iJ AS H V LLE S1 ' lA OST C U LTU R E D
WERE THERE TO WITNESS THE
FIRST RENDITION EVERYBODY
SPEAKS IN HIGHEST PRAISE OF
CANTATA ' GREATEST
REER OF THE
IN THE CA-
ERS THE PRODUCTION DES
TINED TO ATTAIN NATIONAL
There have been many recitals, can
tatas, jrhetoricals and other entertain
ments j given at Fisk University since
He organization. No few of these have
xeited the greatest praise from the
people! of Nashville, but unquestion
ably tie finest production in point of
riginqi Negro folic song that was'
erer rendered in the Southland and at
Fisk University was listened to Fri
day niuht and Saturday matinee, De
embeil 27 and 28.
"Out' of the Depths" was the name
f 'the cantata, which was strictly com
posed )f folk' songs arranged by the
two fa nous Work Brothers John W.
professor of Greek 'in the Univer
sity, aad Fred J., a graduate of the
school hnd an accomplished musician.1
These wo brothers are not just now
gaining prominence in , the musical
world. I They have already been very
successful, being the authors and com-'
posers of some of the most original
inusic m America. . '
The Negro folk song is !not dead J
fci fact! ; It Is just now coming Into'
populai ity.'uNot the'""eoori' song or
the "rag-time" music, but the real folk
song known as the plantation melo
dies, with the very soul of the Amerij
can slave in every line of it; that sonq
With natural rhythm in it, rendered as,
3e American Negro only can yejider
m !y the Cajisls'..y',w.hJch ithe riiriial
"jubilee Singers made famous this in
itution ..both? jn Ehiope anyyAjijqri-
It was considered at one tirqe. that!
-Singers made ft imiossible ever again
to, reproduce, these; melpdjes;r but jthe,
'time has' hastened on aiid is how here'
that we. can listen to a better arnage-l
-Vfnt and.' a' more scientific Rendition of
this, music when real music has been
written tor eacn seng. Anooo, wnen
two of the original Jubilee Singers can
sit in audiences amazed, but yet agree
ably surprised .at . the wonderful
achievement 4ilong - this line.
The Work Brothers have succeeded,
ably assisted by the best vocal t.alent
jin. .tti , University.' in ; bringing t ihe
fronfand into iopuIarity, these' beau
tiful melodies. The only -musia and
foiiiginalityljn' lnifslc. Ibat. 'America' has
to-day is the follv song, and the repro-
diction (fhes proper);
-ki not fail to enthuse a
)y at -any. .time
anv neonle wiio
bow oft Negro life on Sonthent plan
it Ws. 1 ' i. '!'" h- 7
1 ions, 1 "
The plan of the cantata was 1vid on
f Tennessee plaii,ta.tio'n;' wblre': xll?ve
was a large number of slaves and
where religious services were often
Yield,' in which the slaves would great
ly delight They sang such songs as,
"Rise! shine! for the light is a-com-
''Conldn't hear, nobody, pray. " and
Ride on. King Jesus." AJ1 of .these at
the openings were entertaining.' ; "The
soloists were all good Mrs. C. H. Had-
ley, Mrs. H. A. Cameron. Mrs. J. W
Work, Miss. Elsie Taylor, Mr. J. A
Myers. Mr." J. C. Olden, Mr. Leon 0
llara. The director of music!,' in
the person of Prof. J. W. Work, was.
tfia sdnie as ever fp tflensing tpe audi
ence. The pianist was Mr. F. J. Work
It was thno.uglt .his arrangement that
the music was prepare, for, the qcra-
itTon.i ie ent re cantata was unner
thf -manacrement Of Mr. Wm. A, MrTn-
tyrf , 'oT tbe J University! ' Oie ?o the
drlicinaT ' Jubilee Sirigers iH the aifdi-
rtce was1 heard to give bef ,a-pprftyal
jimf'td congratulate very bighly -tbe.
entire 'performance.''.'-''- 4' '' ."', .
l it is umirirstpbd 1 tia,'t' th(s''i)rot;rnm(
iill be renrodncert' a An 'eari (1,1 to. fit
jJouh't' Olive' Baptist Chnr.cb, in' prile'r
that 'tlie' citizens may' navfe .an . oppor:
tnnlty to hear som& of, America's gr'.at.-,
rtt'msicj '-);'':',":; y
A"1. DELI'QHTFIJL MoUpAY , , BANr
tlfviutlfiil. in ..alL-Jts .,ainnntnnts:
tfadheiijinqycl glv-ffn y-a'feyriof Hbe
itiOTifjTS 'ift'ifPt aUwayi :Men:s-.Pro;
toUvpArs'socIaVionjt hi fe .-pnOWns
h"a,ljf of Ih'fi AsbrfaUon.nn 'Celar. fetiie'jf
ifct rr.iJ ay v V i ?th ti Thf f whole, 1 .bull d-
thrown open lor the
pleasure of the visitors and , with an or
chestra, discoursing lively airs ,th'e
jcene formed was one of. the .'most
pleasant of the holiday season.-. 1 1
The piece 'tie 'resistance, as. it were',
was the dining-room 'with the banquet
table. Here indeed was beauty exem
plified" a?:i only those experienced in ta
bl decorating and catering can exem
plify. Mr. Humphrey Bowling, one of
the. moving spirits of the banquet, was
unavoidably absent, having been called
to Augusta, Ga., on, Friday, but the
work of hijnself and his competent cor
horts was clearly evident. :
.At a late hour the guests were called
from the parlors where dancing wafe
in progress, and to the music of a
fining m-ai-cU, died in to the banauet
roorn.f led by Mr:
Here the ; following
awaited the; guests;: "
, ; ' - Egg Glass! Sa.
Turkey, Oyster Dressing.
Cranberry, Sauce. " - ':
; : ' . Escalloped oysters''
Braised- - Tongue with iMushroonis.'.
Sliced. Cold illam.- ' French Peas.;
Pin fMoney Pickles. '' ' ' ' '
' Potatx) Salad 6n Lettuce'.''
Stuffed Olives. .' Bent Crackers-.'
'. '!.."' Brick Cream7. -''' -'
Old Fashioned Pound' '"f Cake. '
Cheese with Butter. Thin Biscuits,
Demitasse.' . Cigars. ',
' " Music' ' '
' In the' absence of Mf. Bowling, Mr,'',
I. O. Battle, editor of.The. Globe,, wasi
requested to act as toastmaster.. This;
he very happily did, eallfijg1 upon each
gentleman present. Amoiig those wjio
reportded with' felicitous sechest
were Mr.,Gc9. Gore, Prof. Ford' Green,
Mr. John , Fleming,. J. Frank Battle,
Wra..' James', and 'Miss Alberta Stubbs,
and last but not' least, Mr. Flem Otey
wbose - di.rejcticui of the . culinary af-"'
fairs, aided .so. much in making the ban
flue t a. success.- .' . ,' , , ''
..-'Among ; thq e: invited- and - partici
pating. were. . ,'Mr and Mrs. f Wm.
JanK's. Mr. .and., Mrs. Flem Otey, 'Mr
and Mi-s,, -Humphrey Bowlingf- Prof,
and Mrs.' Forl Green,' -Mr: Henry But1
.lertahd Miss Stevens 'Mr. J. 'B.-- Sims
aud, Miss-Alberta Stubbs',' Mr: Ernest
Wade and Mifs Mamie. - WjleyV' Mr.
Thpmas fWebs-ter ind Mfs'S' -Siusie'Lee
Drdson,f Mi'. -Jeo Webster and':Miss
I'UdeuCe' Harrison,'' Mr.vrJoseph JR'tfy
.imllMlFS' T'eunie 'Sugg.'MV.' .L 'Ffarik V
Ikittle -and 'Miss fltosle .cShel6y Mr.
Jolnjr Fleming ' arid IMiss' Irene Nixon:
IMr. Pefcy Pillow' and Miss Mannie
H.mesj'Mcssr-s;.'J. O. BattV; w'm. Tate:
G-ti'y ! Hamilton, 'George ' Gore, Herber.t
Gil)$cm' and others: " ' ' : ' 1 1 ' ' i
; - v f.:; : f'
"' GRAND EVENT. '
A recent enjoyable event was a din-!
ner given rt'tev: daVs'fl.ir'cj Tiy" Mr. and1
Mrs.',toustpn Jarrett, of 12''';Fburth
vnne, ' : aomth. - The decorations ! of
the honscwere of ' boliyi " ni?flet6e,
chrysanthemums' 'and' r; 'ferns ' The
gues?s were Mr. and Mrs'. ' Berry,' Mr.
Rnd' Mrs. fJno. Campbell', Mrs. House,
"Mi-s. Thomas; Mr. find ' Mrs.' Wm. 'H.
RichardscnrMr and Mrs. 'Haynes,:M
J. B. Arterberry, Mr. Rolrt. Martin;
Mi. Hodges,' Miss Helen. Smith' Miss
MaVy'' Hern.. ' The, repast consisted ot
oyster ' soup, olives, celery, r mixed
jifckhV.tiir.key with1 cranberry sauce,
baked spaghetti and cheese, barbecued
pig, 'chestnut dressing candied , yams,
mashed potatoes',, chowehow, straw
iSo'rry '! ;f e; c ream, fruit .icakie. white
mo.tintaih cake, mixed' nuts and fmiits.
t NT E Rj'A INS ' A ) N U M B ER 0 F
,i: ,. v FRIENDS. , , .
Mis. .inz-Aia Cros-'A of:41o Fourth'
lteiH; 'South, eiitiM'taiiHd' last Thurs-
Juy, Dtcember .2. AW, the following
iM-sous: Drs.' Flotchei'.'Cai-tcr, Owens
Hawkins,' Mioses' Dunn, Pillow, Dickey,
Cross.'-. McCullougb, Mr. ' and 1 Mrs. 1 A.
Hughes-, Mesda me's Berta Thoni pson,
Scrugiis, ''Ilunton. Patton,' !. Roberson
Sanders, ' Mess'r.-v Fitzgerald and,' Wm.
Black. Games were the features of
It he evening. At a:, late, .hour,, jces,
fruits hrid' t-.ike - ere ' se
CHILDREN ' OUESTS' OF ENGINE
:,. .1 111 .COMPANY NO. .4." i ' )'
The. members' 'of Firfe.ConWny Kou
4': '!f 'yodland street, iindc' wiej jad'
i-'Vfhip o'f Capt! Tt, B. Richardson,. gave
he children, df, their locajity, a, Chrs,-
Tias trte oh the, afternoon . of-Christ-,
has day' ; .'About ,S.75 .children , were
present 'and . arti9ipaitd, in hpoefca
f'.on,; th,nienior,- of .which , will. linger
on-', lp tnyir.-mds.. j he tjiee, loaded
Kv.;(,h ,i)r(:snts, and, prettily. deeorate)d,
'resented a beautiful .picture, ami rar-
ijaed -the. heart .f)f tue'Uttletonos who
kvje (U, be the'recipierits of rits bur-
ln. .;A, nierner ciwd of littlff ftilks
ould not have been found ..any where.
rhe spirit o the occasion wrts ai rr.'afn-
fi stahon, of 1 the- greatest 'good f Will
uxl; kindly, fjiiiendly .fellowship, .fitting-
y; ,sup:sti vie'iof the ' great 1 universal
t't . season, wh i(:h t ' th et w'orW i ' so ! tl
ilrtvs: to conntveinortite.i .- vil'.- ?
Nothing so pleases grown up popl'e
i-S-'feinB Thil'dfen 'hapj-Zj-, 'and 'rtothi'ft'g
Mc- delighted' t Tndre'ttiose vVteratt
iirhtcrt of'fhie Idcinon'FlTei.' Vhan 'the
kn6wlge' of the Ifact '"that' tbelrl'ef-
wvtf Hm .hiadfc' so' muny Mfttie' 'folks'
v r. ., ,r - ; . .' -.'
' ' i . ' '' . - ;a c 'JJ'J 'SUl i'. I i.OJVAY
UNTIL the: large number of pwple who are never seen in churches can be assured that every , .
church in tins vicinity will have a set of seats that will, be clean -'comfoffabie-'and inviting, ' L '
they ' will : not be seen : insitle church. Many churches will .up-Piyy tbjs longpj wanf if . - . '
they could do so at prices and on terms within their reach; -thus increasing' their attendance, draw-'
iue on the-unusual! v Lirue nu:nb?r i-f Pootle who do not attend the cTliiffll' latwl tv1itf.i'i f,,M '-: "' I '-'
dently result m every scrvicje licmg crowded. A barrier has been in
prices, shoddy, coods a:Ui no terms. .This barrier has been removed bv
: "lent of the National Baptist luWisliing Hoard, r which has presentedJlioiiestyJe chtirth Beat fits '' :'!i
' fu crcatio an(i ts tnv make).' 3'hese scats are constructed of. the. bestcrade of.Uardwtxxii
r . : ' n?y are blllIt V the best skilled mechanics' and have proven to be the' most comfortable ever of-'
r lert-a at me prices, the terms on which ; they can' be purchased are so easji'tllfct aiiyickurh:; rei 1 ':'"'
. : . -gardlessof rits fuiaucial condition, can secure a set of these by a small cash payment, .have the scats
installed and pay the remainder in ntonthh or- ouarterlvTvmiMita to suit tlipir nwn finatioiai
. . ( dition. - ,IJow long with such inviting inducements offered," will it be, before every church in and
about Nashville will get a set of seats? - References can be given to the Nashville churches by re-
ferruig ihem to Rev. U Krkpatr,ick, pastor" 6f the St. John Baptist Church;-. Pearl St.; Rev. T h
,. r Harding, pastor of the North Third Avenue Paptist Church, both of whom have seated wntll new'
, . st ie c ii urcn seats; Kev. u. 15. Taylor, pastor of the Second Baptist Church', 'corner Stevens and De
f luge Sts. ; Rev. Win . Hay ncs. pastor t f Sylvan Street Church, Shelby Avenue, who have installed the
FOR FURTHER INFORMA
TION APP'Y TO THE
; i . r 'I " ':. "
MRS.'LUSK'S PINNER .PARTY.. ,
,Mrs; L,u?k, of .709 .Tenth, 'venue,,
South, .entertaiced at a C-o'c'loelc dinA
Sunday ' afternoon., The- beauti- th-features of the evening... : At ai .."5.- ' - am wv - ' " -flecor'ated
table." around' -which , lat hour, a thico-ccruife " b.-enu ' was . BARLE X. . . .. , ' -
the guests wre seated.-,had a mmia- served. - Those '.present w'erg Mes-J- !?;lT'lr..T appearing ta.-tne
ture Christmas tree hung with candles '"Vtrs.- rjughcfvand 'Douglass, Elder .satisfaction .of. the, Court that-the de
for ks -centerpiece,- and other -recepta- i;H;ig'hV,; iUsses. Mamie'. Gaines,"' Lena a.non-resident of .the taie
cles filled-.wh the reasons: delicacies I
wore scattered,- over the '- table". An
elaborate ; Consisting:- M
cearses was nerval.: Those: Dartakink C
Addie Hbllins,- .bf.- Chicago;' fMlas'eai'
Ermnia ; James, ;Fn?Bna' Voss,' Lizzie !
Voss, Jennie Lusk, Mr. and Mrs. Wfcv. !
(Armstrong, Messrs.? Leonard' Fisher,!
Z. K. JOIieS, AftthOny' Porter and G. H.J
It eld. ' ' ' 1 ' '. '
NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
t vr; :.' img. . '' '.
' The: 'annual meeting of the stock
holders of the ' One . Cent Savincs
Bank wiU be held at the;roorns of tbe
Bank, No 411 Fourth avenue, North,
Nashville, Tenn., at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
on Monday. January 13, 19jl8.
You are" earnestly' requested to be
on hand 'promptly' at the hour named.
' '- J. C NAPIER. Cashier, '
' ' . .' R. H. BOYD, President.
- ' 2t ' ' ' ' '
' 1 - -:-'-
1 Mr. 'and -Mrs. WiJ-liaro Young enter
tniRodat.n.'ChrisJmas Troe.on Chrjt
nias Drty . at 3pp. m. The tree was
beautifully' decorated 'wth tinseUand
other Christmas 'orha.n)ents,-..and was
lightojti with 'a brillianl red. electric
light, 'giving It ;i very rich 'color. ..The
trte groaned under its heavy burden
of presents-. Old Santa. Glaus remem
bered all who, were .pre?ent and they
were delighted rwith the gifts which
he. brought.,. Those receiving presents
were Misses - Sadie -Wilson; Pauline
Matthews, Mary Dunson. Margaret
Walker. Elizabeth Hill, Lillie Walker
mui iiuuwii,- -pcticin ,iuu., .viary
t,,,: iv,n,n c .... l t . v -
IJaUK 'MeT.:'J, S. Gibbs. Ed Bird -
songL.,S, Gray. -Sam .Nolen, G. W.I
uore, jr.. nir. ana aurs. .tames urake, :
Mr.; and Mm 'Robert Fall and Mr. iind
Mrs. I William Young. ' '. . '
1 j .T ----r .'' ''' ':
If ( r DINNER PARTY. r ''
Mr. and Mrs. Geonre MnrtftrirAve.fi
lelightful 'Chrislmiis dinner. Thursday
ti.t their home r on the Hillborq pike, , DeWee-s Mi,s .Minnie Simnis, -Pri-tlhe
hoj;se' .wa, decorated', w-ith'Jiolly-dent A.' L."'Andereon and ' Rev. And
mui mi ii5uiyv., ijiow -preseu-c iwere,
Kev. and Mrs. .j. t;. ixitt. hittle Laura
fvdtt, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Gray, Mr.
Mrst R. L. Miles. Mr. and
iM.-.r f y ; jwuiiituu, liiaut; ai.' vr vv i es,
Misses Nellie - and' Annie? Maybe. rry,
Melinda Wliite. Sallie Mavberrv. rCiir
hia- a'nfl .Lizie. Scruggs;" Aggie' I;.- arid
Annie MayyMorfon,- Mrs. -PearP. Mor-
:on 'Miss 'Mlnervia 'Sun.liers, Messrs,
i.lx flAo'dersoh; ' Clarence Siiearse
amos'Watk'ins'. Rob'ert'fyewis, Andrew
Iind George Morton and Mr. and -Mrs.'
H-orgefMvVtOn: ' f ' '
. ... '
."i liCLVGHTFOL5 'OCCJASION.'''
Masses Hdiiihiss and I.ightfoot enter
tained last Friday evening in honor of
Styles Cheap - and Endurable.
Comfort and1 Beauty Combined,
CHURCH . SUPPLY I
Baptist PublishiM Board;
1R! : HV BOYD,'; Screto r yt.
lllsiCa '.Mami 'had DaWlIa Gaines, at.
:-.Jhe residence of MrSk Hughes, ot Jack-H
-ti?eet.. . jSlusic and . game's. werei -
Johnso.n,,-Sadie-Martin- Bessie .Jan-1
nan-Christiaiia, Hunter; Mamle-Llght-t
H:.VU;Jm Jlessrl, a4
nis; Jv. Rvalues, W. L. Douglnss,.F. f
Games-; -.Charles Rogers and Rev.
George Gaines. ... .
k . . ' ; .
' . GOOSE'LUCHF.ON.. ' ;
': 'tn-inA. inS'-nHnin vnnta InnphoAn
rwas served at tb residence Of Mr. and
. .1 iiu- u.-- A . .. .
airs. .' nomas., a, .-Kwing. jn welker
street, c South - Nashville, Sunday after
noon. iThere- was . a storehouse full
'of phristmas-. daintle.3 and .to cap the
climax or the evening was - one of
those -extraordinary fine stall-fed, Jew
ish birds the Goose! .that had been
0.nicely prepared for the occasion by1;
the hostess, Mrs.-,Mary Ewjng, a chef, 1
that has few equals if any. There was 1
aifivtceAiree of goodies and' dainties, as j
entre and. side dishes' as a : com pie- ''
jnent to the inih- goose! Hisses Cir-'
rie Iouise p:win. anl Frankle Fox!
were -goose ashen, and these Misses
played thf-irr part lo.-perfectloh. The
table ;was ; decorated . with ferns and
mistletoe with Waldcn's colors black
and red.; . A M'easanter time could
never; be equaled by any rehearsed
gathering: for. stit li an' -occasion. Fun
and, mirth ;w(f the motto of all pres
ent. fhose present 'wore MPe'dames
Maj-yr'Stump, . Eliza Bond and Maggie
Foster, Mjsses -.Carrier Louise, 'Kwing,
Frankie Fox find. Louisa Blair, Messrs.
Thomas A. Ewing, J. A: O. Brought on
and - Fyanlv- Stumt. :' Miss - Carrie- Iou
ise -Ewing presided at the piano.
. . ; . . f . r' . J ..
I WILLING WORKERS' CLUB. :
One of tbe most delightful-meetings
fif t Will fn lv Work ers' flint. 'f
. Avenue .-Rnntlsf Chnrrh .thti u
-Wh'-fr .'v. -t bWMM n
ThirtP.ejith 'avenne, South. Those .pres
ent were;Rev. an'd Mrs. J. C. 'lyOtt,
Mr. Sand 'Mrs-. Wftv. 'A nibs, iMr. and' Mrs.
J, K.i Campbell.' Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Siiims, Rev: 'and. Mrs. J.'C. Sbcrron,
Tlpfiron: O '-W Rtokes iVnrnn VnUmn
, Moore". Mrs. -MafiaXowan." Mrs.'-T. W.
-Mrs. .i, i.ajvrence, . A paiver. was
1 tut; tMina lean -uy imiss iunijie bimnis.f -1-ne
y, Mr. and, usual social hour. iind'. "refreshments
Mre. Pleas followed .the-regular. routine of rbusi
'Campbell ness. The; ct) will iueet with Miss
1 read by- Miss "Minnie SImms ' The
a. ij. ftioiuon, inirteentn avenue,-
! South,,on Monday night,- January C -
I v ''. '. .sAb. Newsv " ' ' .
. Mr. Wip'.' Ii.' EranHlin; .of 924 Man
street;- Eutt Nashville.'', .received "-.the
sad:news-of.thG death of his siste'r-in-
lilw,.-Mfs.;Fi-iith Crump Fianklfnj :wife
f .Mm Arthur 'Franklirf, of Galveston,
ex; yjieiiunerai.wrvtees were held
$t. Owensboro. Ky.. Fridav, Deceifnber
27;; A. IT), Hurt' officiated. r- Mr.
Wm. - Franklin joined his brother at
.vi :-...: m .'j ' i
C I- 'JJV 1.M t'.l i.'JJVAY 7
i. assured that every X 1
rfabfe-'and inviting, lt T . )
the- wav.ju tlfonn oi high;;-,
the 'Church Snnnlv Tiptrf.
NOISt-RESIDENT NOTICE -
(February 'Rule's; 1907. J. .
- u'uitee . tneiore. ,uje prmiiary
'"T T; .
ViTr LrJ TJ7Z?X."
.of the Davidson
i.L.ouniy cjourt, ,ipt ne noiden. at-tne
m i " ' 1 ' r - ' - - ' . -
j, ; Court blouse id Nashville Tennessee,
ion-jner Jtjvi9nday February,. it be
ting vthe-.' ) ; ,'. and - def en4 or t said
.complainant's, bill' will be. 'jtakea-.: for
i'.hnnfekt&A a tn t'u'r an A vi. kMii.
Ing: exparte. It Is therefore ? ordered
tna a copy-pr this order be published
for four weeks' In succession .n the
Nashville Globe;, p.- newspaper pub
lished in No-shville. "-- '-.r , ---'
'. , , h. tM.- HITT, CLERK;
- . : E. ,R. , RUTHERFORD, D. C.
- G. F.. ANDERSON,-. . " , - - , '
- jSplicitor; for; ComplaJnant:
' '- : i , t f
5. - . Y. :' . . .; t. .. ' .
I ; NON-RESIDENT NOTICE.'.:
': r ' 1 .''?' . i-y
- - , (October Rules-1907.)
; KATIE ' C. . STEfliLE' VS. ED: L.
STEKLR.- . .... i.-'r t : v.:- . f : . ,..
In this cause it annearlrijr to the
satisf tiet ipn-of the-'Couft that ' the :de
fendant is a non-resident of the tafe
of Teiinessee.' therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot ijei served-Upon
him; it therefore ordered that said
defendant enter- his appearnnce here
in at-'thenext tejni ;of f he 'Davidson
County Circuit1 Court? ' to bo b flirt Ml
Ht the Court House in Nashville; -Tennessee;-
,on the;. 1st Mondaj in Feb'y,'
It. 'being" the r 4th, E and derend,-;6r,;sal(J
rtomplalnarft's bill -will' be' taken1 for;
6nnfeRsed to ' h'i m 'a'pd- Je.t- for bear
ing ex' parte. -'It Is. ' ,ftier,ebfe. ordered
1 hat a copy of this order, be -published
for fmir w'eelv's ,1n. successfon in ' the
r'asnvine (iiobe1, a 'newspaper' pab-
nsned in Nashville.-
g. Ewing; (
oyeltbr. for 'Compfalnant
.' APMIN ISTR'ATflIK NOTICE., vl,
Having aiuilififcd asl administratrix'
of the -estate i of Eugene1 Srioi'den' de-
ceased, nll'pefsons Indebted to wild" s-
tate are requested & 'settle' -Birne.t !
pifie.and.flibse'havlifg clAimst agaihs '
aia ostare are requested to file" sama :
wit h nfe diilf. ifnrlfo7.fi f Tvitwr
timo requbtid- by law, or'tbey will by j
forever 5arrrtl.-:'?.' r'tiv; . '.. i . J I
v - -- - - ITAbtiAAi i. 1.1
; ' . I - ' Moll e snowden
! y-:f. I -;.lndivifitriftH.;-
j ' ' ENJdYABllE LUNCH EON, ' '
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few -of -their- friend1 on DeiemW1 is!'
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Chas. Green. Mr9. Mary Bluing art
miss li. 11. Smith.