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" Instructions and Lessons
j Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Voice and Harmony.
j r;o. 4 49 EIGHTH AVENUE, N., - (North Spruce St.)
TERMS OF 19061907.
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The best Assortment ol Silks and
Dress Goods,
The handsomest Line ol Cloaks
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Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing.
Pants to Order.. ..S 4.00
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Telephone 3770. ff.,
423 Dcatlerkk St, illSIIVILLE, TEH.
Telephone 1173.
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- Tirst-lHsi Livery on Short Notice.
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Ten n.
Misses Daisy Young, Anna Burford,
Mesrs. Elmo Turner, of St. Paul, Saul
Johnson and Floyd Kelly, of Walden
University, spent Sunday the guests of
Miss Tcarl Douglass Brooks, of the
Harding road.
given in Piano, Organ, .
$2.00 Per Month.
The Palace Shaving Parlor.
Hot and Cold Baths,
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage, X
Fourth Ave., S.
Sin tf
The T. C. A. Club gave a grand so
cial entertainment, Thursday evening,
December 27, fiom 7 to 10 o'clock at
the beautiful home of J.lr. and Mrs.
Burton, 2020 Jefferson- street, which
proved one of the most enjoyable of
functions. In the reception hall Mrs.
Geo. Blnkley presided at the punch
bowl. The dining room decorations
were a color note of red and green, so
appropriate for a holiday affair. The
menu consisted of
Chicken Salad. -Sandwiches.
Olives. Crackers,
Ice Cream. Cake.
Black Coffee.
Candy. Fruits.
The following- were present: Mr.
and Mrs. Burton, Mr. and Mrs. M. M
Nesbit, Mr. and Mrs. Alford Womack,
Mr. and Mrs. Rucker Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Voorhies, Mr. and Mrs. Rivers, Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Alexander, Mrs. Geo,
Geo. Binkley, Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Jas,
Shivers, of Louisville. Mr. L. A. Ale
ander was toastmaster.
A limited number of friends were
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Maior
Johnson, of 836 Division street, in
honor of their 15th anniversary, Fri
day, January 1, at 8 o clock. The
evening was pleasantly passed. A
menu of several courses was served
A number of handsome presents were
received. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Dobson. Mr. and Mrs. H
T. Green, M. F. Douglass, Rev. and
Mrs. T. W. Johnson, Mrs. L. H
House, Mr. and Mrs. E. McAdoo, Mr
and Mrs. G. W. Brooks, Mr. and Mrs
U. N. HiU, Mrs. Matilda Wray, Mrs
F. E. Williams. Mrs. Marv Stunm Mrs
Hayes, Mrs. .S. P. Oden, Mrs. Mattie
Clayton, Mr. E. E. Gibson, Prof. T. B
Hardiman, Mr.- McKissack, Mr. M. F
Douglas, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. Hall
Misses Mary Bell. Drusilla M. Hill
Charity Johnson, Lillian Bright, Lou
ise Jones. Sarah L. Hill. Hattie M
Neely, Dr. A. F. Bryne, W. A. Parter
vvneeier, J. hi. Dobson, l. Johnson
Little Misses Mary E. Laglett and Lou
cile Dobson received the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. William Howlette en
tertained at dinner at their home at
Maplewood Grove. The dining room
presented a beautiful appearance with
its table of snowy linen and potted
plants. Those present were Misses
,rJJteitU J. Brooks, Alene Bender, Emily
i ura uwen, Mattie u. Walker,
Lusk, Addie Sledge, Mrs. G. A.
n, Mrs. Owen, Mrs. A. Walker,
' I , Mcintosh and Redmond, Jim
Price, master of ceremonies,
u of six courses was served,
linner the guests were enter-
jvith musical selections.
Dave Wilson and Frances Pryor.
M. C. Bowman and Annie Price.
Isaac Tule and Fannie McGasick.
Clarence Beasley and Belle White.
Dee Preston and Hattie Smith.
John Howe and Lizzie Gee.
Walter Jones and Emma Ramsey.
Torn1 Davis and Ola Beard.
Jackson McHenry and Lizzie Fant.
Dan Moore and Ophelia Bailey.
A most novel and delightful manner
of entertainment was that used by
Kev. and, Mrs. D. T. Burch, at the
parsonage, Tuesday evening, Jan. 1,
1907, for the benefit of the young peo
ple. A beautifully decorated tree, well
laden, was arranged In the hall.
After several hours had been spent in
games and the rendition - of a short
but interesting program, light refresh
ments were served by Misses Jessie
Gwyn and Minnie B. Johnson. ' At a
late hour the presents were distrib
uted from the "New Year's Tree," and
all returned to their homes feeling
that' they had spent one of the most
pleasant evenings during the holidays.
Miss Ella Vannoy, of Manchester,
who has been the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Rucker during the holidays, left
Monday for her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Price and little daugh
ter, Mabel, of Winchester, are visiting
Misses Susan and Emma Rowan.
ED. A marriage that was quite a surprise
to the friends of the contracting par
ties, was that of Mr. Herbert Voor
heis and Miss Maud Webster last
Thursday morning. The couple who
have figured prominently in the social
affairs of the younger set are very
popular on account of their many ac
complishments. For the first four
days, after the nuptial knot had been
tied, the newly wedded pair were dom
idled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. DeWees where a host of their
friends called to extend their congrat
ulations and best wishes. They are
now living with the father and moth
er of Mr. Voorheis.
Thomas Taylor, for many years the
most prominent scavenger contractor
in the city, died last Friday. Mr. Tay
lor's health has been failing for several
years, and he, following bis physician's
orders, traveled quite extensively to
regain his health. The funeral serv
ices were conducted from the Church
of the Holy Family Monday morning,
Father Plunkett officiating. A large
concourse of sorrowing friends were
present to pay their last respects.. In
terment was at Greenwood.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Fant, adopter
daughter of Mis, Henrietta Simmons
was quietly married Thursday evening,
January 3, 1907, to Mr. Jackson Me
Henry, oi Aiama, ua. riev. a. j
Leath pronounced the ceremony in
the presence of a limited number o
relatives and friends. The happy
couple left at once for Atlanta, their
future home. Those who witnessed
the ceremony besides the relatives
were Mrs. Alice Cheatham, Mrs. Ellen
Buchanan, Mrs. Helen Cheatham of
Pine Bluff, Ark., Miss Delia C. Buchan
an, Dr. J. H. Wilson and Captain Jack
son McHenry, Sr., of Atlanta. The
wedding march was played by Miss
Delia Buchanan.
There will be a movable missionary
meeting for the purpose of discussing
the best methods of keeping the Bap
tist Young People's Union alive. The
meeting will start at Rev. Field'
church, Tuesday night, January 22
1907, and will close with a mass meet
ing on the 4th Sunday at Spruce
Street Baptist Church.
The members of the Coterie gave
a delightful gathering at the home o
Mrs. Nannie Jernagan, of Wetmore
street, December 31. The parlors were
thrown open to allow the young men
with their fair damsels to stroll to
their heart's content. Every one en
joyed listening to the talented Mr. IT.
B. Stokes, who presided at the piano.
At the hour of 12:30 the guests march
ed to a beautifully decorated dining
room, where they were served with a
tempting menu, consisting of cheese
fondue, pickle, salmon salad, stuffed
olives, Saratoga flakes, marble ice and
lady fingers. Miss Carrie L. Ewing
and Miss Susie L. Dobson received the
guests In their usual good-natured and
inviting manner. The guests were as
follows:.. Misses Mamie Ashford, Etta
M. Cheatham, Willie Andrews, Rebec
ca Cox. Sarah Garner, Beatrice Hill,
Sadie Winston, Beatrice D. Vaughn,
Beulah Perkins, Susie Lee Dobson,
Carrie L. Ewing, Messrs. Dave Saun
ders, Robt. Dobson, Wm. Hill, L. I.
Ryan, Robt. Martin, C. A. Greer, Rich
ard Hill, Jr., Chas. L. Wallace, W.
Franklin, Samuel Carter, H. B. Stokes,
Chas. Walker, and Dr. John Ewing
Dobson. ,
Last Tuesday night the young peo
ple enjoyed a party given by Misa.Dol
lie Turner.
Wednesday night both old and
young took part in a prayer-meeting
at the residence of Mr. J. D. Sharper.
Services at the M. E. Church were
quite interesting last Sunday. The
pastor preached, after which all took
part in a general class meeting. Our
agent spoke of the Globe and enrolled
he fulkwitis yearly subscribers: Mrs.
L. F. Ferusun, 2Jis Lucinda Drennon,
Mrs. J. D. Saarfner, Mr. Stephen"
Buchanan. Misses Mary Cartwright
and Fannie W. Smith.
There will be a grand rally at the
M. E. Church on tha fourth Sunday,
which promises to be a success.
Miss Laura Perry has. left for the
city, where she will spend much of the
Mesdames L. Rucker and A. B. Dren
non visited Mrs. C. Holland Sunday.
Mr. Jas. Brown, wife and daughters
accompanied the remains of Mrs.
Goodloe, his foster mother, to Milton,
where she was buried Monday.
Mrs. J. M. Frierson, who has been
down so long., with fever, is up and
out again.
See R. L. Perry every Saturday and
get The Globe.
Mr. I; J. Johnson came up from
the city Sunday and is the guest of
his mother, sisters and relatives.
A jolly number of young men from
Walden University gathered at the
home of Miss Carrie L. Ewing, of Thir
teenth avenue, South, Jan. 1, '07, and
spent a pleasant evening. Dancing
and card playing were the leading fea
tures of the evening. They were
served with a light collation. Those
present were Misses Carrie Richard
son, Beatrice Vaughn, Fannie Mai
Rhodes, Susde L. Dobson, Carrie Ew
ing, Messrs. Robt. Dill, Harry Myall,
Bordinghammer, Van Watson, Lucian
Morow, Dr. Joseph English and Prof.
Robert Dobson. They all departed at
Marshall Kennard, a much esteemed
citizen, died Jan. 7, 1907, at the age
of 37. His illnes was extremely
short, being only of a few hours, as
this sudden death was the sequence of
an operation performed upon his left
hand. He rallied nicely from the ef
fects of the anaesthetic and chatted
continuously with his devoted wife till
within five minutes of leaving, when
he closed his eyes and without a mur
mur or struggle was numbered with
the beyond. It came as a shock not
soon to be eliminated to a myriad o
friends who hastened to view him to
be convinced of its certainty and then
surrounding his grief-stricken widow,
they gave sympathy unbounded. Mar
shall Kennard possessed many beauti
ful traits of character, and being of a
jolly temperament and extremely po
lite, was easily the favorite of all with
whom h came in contact. He
was loved by all who . knew him re
gardless of icolor. Many persona wil
recall the joyous moments afforded
them whenever he presided at an in
strument and remember how Insatia
bly they have listened to his rich and
voluminous voice. Evidencing such a
love for music as he did, his many mu
sic loving friends and associates
flocked around him that they might
be numbered with those who ever re
membered and loved him. The num
bers rendered by Messrs. Teasley,
Samuel Moore, Ellis McNairy and Miss
Georgia Hooper were beautiful and ap
propriate as were the many flower de
signs sent him. He was a member of
the Friendship Lodge, Knights
Pythias, whose every movement from
the time of his death to the time o
his interment say much for the Pyth-
ians. For though the weather was in
clement, they turned out as a whole
to do him honor. He leaves behind a
devoted and affectionate wife, kind
mother and many -friends whom we
commend to Him who doeth all things
James Wade, 012 Ash street, 1 year
Edwrd Bennett, 1110 Pearl street,
Andrew Connell, 15 Crutcher street.
36 years.
Jane Haynes, Murfn.csboro, Tenn
63 years.
Jas. Taylor Buchanon, 1108 Pear
street, 7 years.
Jno. Nelson, 911 rchle street, 50
Lewis Eugene Polk, Jr., 61.3 Fern
street, 7 years.
Louise Hall, 413 First Etreet, 27
Infant of James and Laura McLain
318 South Tenth street.
Mahaley Watkins, 930 Pearl street,
49 years.
Marshall Kennard, 613 Jo Johnston
avenue, 32 years.
Agnes Mayfield, 312 Fourth avenue,
South, 62 years.
Joseph Harney, Foster and Benson
streets, 14 days.
Sandy Cleggett, 934 Cedar street,
20 years.
Annie Woods, 417 Seventh avenue,
South, 58 years.
Thomas Taylor, 114 Lewis avenue,
42 years.
Sarah Half acre, 922 Overton street,
18 years.
Schrildia Half acre, 922 Overton
street, 15 years.
Wm. Sloan, 6 S'illmore street, 1 year,
John Dyset, Neptune 71 years.
Byrd Richardson, 801 Durham
street, 66 years.
Infant of Jennie and Wm. Clardy,
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