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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1909.
COLORED CHAUfFE RS BA jj tf if ; : f;- . -J ft: "J-; Si .... J It- ' " ! ' ' v. -.:-:,.- - t:-:' H : THE COLORED CHAUFFEURS WILL GlVE THEIR If JUL r1 nn C"3 At Odd Fellows Hall, 447 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH, MONDAY NIGHT, MAR. 22, '09. This being our first entertainment, the club will spare no pains In making it one of the grandest enter tainments of the season. It will be first-rlass in everv resrect and we Music furnished by first-class or chestra. Admision, 15 cents. Club Members. O. H. White, President L. A. Lyons, Secretary and Treasurer; F. C. John son. Assistant Secretary: Melvin Committee of Arrangements R. M. Hayes. R. M. Johnson. Joe Knowles, will see that every one is highly en- Johnson, Ulysses Johnson, Joe Cole. Joe Drake, Clarence Bright, Dlliara Refreshments n;a rancs, wuiiam mciyissick, vnnam xvi. cuiueu, ji., juc tertained. There will be a dancing contest. There will be a handsome prize awarded to the best contestant in the two-step and waltz contest. Burnett, Jr. Dancing Instructor Dock Liner. Doorkeepers L. A. Lyons, F. C. Johnson, Melvin Hayes ADVWSSION Cole, Dan Plummer, Henry Patterson, I.eroy Burnette, Ulysses Johnson, L. B. Bryant, Ed Parks, James wash burn, Robert Jetton, Richard Davis. 15 Cents. OUT OF TOWN NOTES. GALLATIN NOTES. A great revival is being conducted at the Baptist church. A number of conversions were made. The men's meeting which was held last Sunday at 3 p. m. wac largely at tended. The congregation here will go to Winchester to help' Rev. T. A. Town send in his revival. CEDAR GROVE NOTES. The school at this place closed Fri day. Prof. L. T. Glanton met with marked success and lias wrought splendid and remarkable results with his school at this place. A very en tertaining program was rendered by the pupils. , FARMINGTON NOTES. Mrs. Catherine Brown is In Nash ville at the bed side of her sister who is very ill. Mrs. Victoria Smiley, who has been sick for some time, is much better. Mr. G. W. Dysant went to Colum bia, Saturday to attend the funeral of .Mr. George Mayfleld. Mrs. Tennie Smith and Mrs. Dry sant visited Mr. and Mrs. Canada, Thursday. A number of people here visited the Presbyterian church at Lewisburg la?t week. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Cash, of Chapel Hill, spent last Sunday with their fa ther and mother. the election of officers of B. 0. Num- and the double quartette, gave- an ber 84 on Saturday night last at Ham- entertainment at the First Baptist ilton Hill. Church, Tuesday evening, Marcn lb Mrs. Annie Hamer died a few days They rendered very pleasing selec- ago. Her funeral es preached by Rev. A. J. Leath at the residence. Interment at Hamilton Hill cemetery. Mrs. Murrell, age about 85, who was buiiied at her honi. on Smiths Spring Herd died and her remains were in terred at Murrels cemetery. Mre Amanda McLaughlin is recov ering from a spell of sickness. tions. A very late selection, titled, "Afternoon Calls," was sung by the Nightingales, and they were en chored but failed to respond because of the length of the programme. Miss Agnes P. Hampton, with her sweet baritone voice, sang "Are you sin cere?" Then "I wish I had a girl," was most ably sung by Miss Dora A. ticipators. The most Important fea ture of the program was a debate be tween two young ladies and, two men; Resolved, That women's suffage should be wholly approved by the government. The ladies were victo rious In their discussion making sev eral vivid points. But the negative side seemed to have been Impressed with the Idea that single men should never be Jurors in a case wher "in gle ladies are concerned. Rev. B. S. Bedford is carrying on a good business as a merchant among his many friends and customers. Mr. 'James Bonner Is also supply ing the wants of his numerous friends and acquaintances. Mr. Burt Buchanan and Mr. Alonzo Commons are ever making" the anvil ring and find no time for rest be cause .their work is in demand at all times. The City High School is progress ing nicely under the auspices of Prof. F. M. Williamson. Rev. R. H. Goodloe Is absent from the city but will return soon and begin his pastoral work. Mr. Buchanan has partially recov ered from his second stroke of paral ysis. Rev. J. H. Smith, Presiding Elder, is visitng friends at McMinville for a short time. The pupils of the City High School are preparing an extra program to render as a prelude to the commence ment exercises. Prof. G. T. Hall reports success in his school work, also a goodly attend ance. Mrs. E. B. Williamson is now im proving from a spell of illness. Mr. Erb Bonner has been sick for several days, but is now some better, SADLERSVILLE NOTES. Miss Estella Cross made a flying trip to Guthrie last Thursday. Rev. R. B. Polk, Presiding Elder Clarksville District, returned to Sad lersville after holding quarterly con ference at Springfield last Sunday. Great preparation are being made for the closing exercise of the Sad lersville public school which will take place Saturday night 'Tr. George Tellefero was all smiles when .met the other day. On being asked the cause, he said, "It is a girl." Mother and baby are doing well. An elaborate programme has been nrenared by Elder R. B. Polk to be rendered in the Clarksville District Ministerial Council at Springfield, Tenn., in Stewart Chapel C. M. E. Church on April 8 and 9, 1909. Dr. R. L. Washington, recently of our town but now of Nashville, was out on the 11th. Mrs. Ugie Waddy, who has been spending the week in Nashville, has returned home. Miss Estella Campbell, of Nash ville, is visiting Misses Sadie and Tagn Foster. Mrs. J. D. Mitchell cave a 5 o'clock dinner in honor of Mrs. Precilla Pickett, of Murfreesboro, on the 9th. arious delicacies of the season were served. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Waddy enter tained at 3 o'clock dinner Sunday, March 14th, in honor of their neice. Mrs. Will Davis, of Nashville. Those nresent were Mr. and Mrs.' Sam Wad dy, Mr. and Mrs. Hynes, Mrs. Sam Winstead, Rev. I. J. Jordan, of Nash ville, Mr. Albert Howard, of Frank lin. Quite a delightful evening was pent at the residence of Miss Hattie Thomas on the 14th. Ices and other good things were served. Those present were Misses Fannie Joe Woldridge, Jennie May Hodge, Flor ence Cheatham, Martha B. Woldridge, Lizzie Cheatham and Jessie Kinnard. Mrs. J. W. Brown and little daughter, Juanita, of Peducah, Ky., ire visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Church. Rev. D. W. Binford preached at Rockhill Sunday to a large crowd. Mr. H. J. Ewing and Mr. Patton went out with Rev. Binford. Mrs. James Sykes and Mrs. John son, of Nashville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Fount Brown. Mrs. Dave Hughes is on the sick list. lost Bud the Tr A T VnnWr of Nnshvillfi was Jones. the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ms Beulah B Farmer, of Chatta George Vanleer noosa, who has been confined to her Saturday and Sunday was quarterly room the Past week. ls able t0 be In meeting at Solomon Chapel. Presid- her classes again ingelder G. L. Jackson was present, Mr; Oscar N. Brown, of Nashville and preached an able sermon at 11: 3D , was ,n the ,city week ,an? attend n m ThP nastnr nrearhpd nt. 7-30 n. the semi-monthly social at Turner m. The results were good. Rev. C. H. Williams dined with Mr. and Mrs. Van Searcy on Sunday last. The Solomon Chapel Sunday-school is preparing for Easter on Sunday, April 11, 1909. Normal College, Friday evening Mr. Amos Ryalls, of Murfreesboro, was guest of Miss Leoda Morris, of Turner College, Sunday afternoon. Miss Una Dwiggins has gone out to take Mrs. Ellie Brown-Bias' place in Fall Creek as teacher. UNA NOTES. Benevolent Society. Nunmbor 107 held its election on Wednesday night last with the following officr-rn: pres ident. Rev. C. II. Simmons; vice president. Abram lwis; recording Focretary, Grace Peebles; Correspond ing secretary. Mrs. Bell Cannon; treasurer. Mrs. A. Scntt; chaplain, fl. V. Vanleer; chief marshal, Leonard loech; sick chairman, J. E. Blair; assistant sick comm r, Mrs. Annie T-oech; chairman board of directors, John Rticker; chairman board of trus tees, Elijah Jennings; chairman of ju diciary board, Allen Searcy; chairman membership board, Mrs. Jennie Bur rett: first sentinel, Wm. Burnett; .Kpcond sentinel, Henry Watson; Jani tor, Henry Cannon. After the elec tion Brother Jerry Foster, of B. O., NunniPb R4, Ruben Fort, and former chaplain. Rev. A. J. Leath made ap propriate remarks. Several members of Benevolent Society Number 107 participated in MOORESVI LLE NOTES. Miss Ella Higsins of Lawyers Chap el is visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. Oliver Baxter and Mr. Robert Fitzpatrick were in Lewisburg Satur day. Those who are on the sick list this week are: Mrs. Lessie Ileg and Mrs. Angie Davis. Saturday and Sunoay was our sec ond quarterly meeting and we had with us Rev. II. L. P. Jones, of Pulas ki who preached to us on Sunday. Born of Mrs. Orvella Fitzpatrick, a iirl last week. Miss Anna Mai Braden has re turned to her home at Lynville af ter a short stay here. Mr. Ililley Holt spent Sunday at Silver Creek. Mr. Phillips, of Rock Spring spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ilardison. Miss Olie Lee Holt and Mrs. Bud Baxter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Baxter. (Miss Willie Hill, of Silver Creek spent Saturday night with Miss Mary Neuby. Miss Mary Lue Brandon spent Sun day with Miss Lillian Jones. I Miss Mai Dora Hill will leave this ! week on a visit to Columbia to see her aunt who is sick. PALMETTO NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Nuton Pucket their baby last Friday. Mrs. Agnes Dryden and Mrs. Curlee, of Farmington, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Curlee last week. Mr. Ernest Smith and son ""3re at farmington last Sunday. Mrs. Emeline Smith was the guest f Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Curlee last w?ek. CHAPEL HILL NOTES. Rev. Butler, of Murfreesboro, filled his appointment here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams enter tained Sunday in honor of Mr. Brit Fulton. Mr. J. C. McCord, of Eagleville, vis ited his sister, Mrs. Lizzie Phillip, Sat urday. Miss Mittie B. McCord visited Mrs. Lue Wood at Lewisburg last weekr Miss Anna McCain is on the sick list. Mrs. Nancy Floyd, died Sunday morning at her home at Bcasly. She leaves four children and husbn;d. Rev. L. G. W. McCord visited hi3 sister, Mrs. John Williams, Saturday. Mrs. Mary Williamson and Miss Sallie Johnson passed through here Saturday. Mr. Frank Johnson, of Allisona, Tenn., visited Mr. and Mrs. George fohnson. of this place. Miss Sadie B. Russell visited Mrs. Amanda Fulton. TURNER COLLEGE NOTES. Dr. J. A. .Tone's, our president, Is on the sick list this week. He Is suf fering with acute rheumatism. The Turner Nightingale Quartette SHELBYVILLE NOTES. Mrs. Tiney Cunningham left Satur day for Tullahoma, where she will be with her daughter. Mrs. J. H. Hol- man. a while. Mrs. W. M. Burkeen was in Tulla homa last week, attending the Ladies' Auxiliary meeting. Mrs. Malinda Dwiggins has re turned after a short stay in Lewis burg, Tenn. Rev. F. W. Gardner, pastor of Wood- fork Chapel A. M. E. Church, has re turned from Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Campbell are happy over the arrival of a pretty lit tle girl, who is now one week old. Miss Lillie Buchanan, who has been in Nashville two weeks, waiting to undergo an operation and is yet un able to do so, has returned. Miss G'ennie Jones, who has been confined to her bedroom for quite a while, is able to be out again. Miss Annie Frazier is still improv ing. Mr Charles Davis is very ill. The rally of the A. M. E. Church Sunday at the Christian Church nrovpd a great success. Collection was $04.82. Elder Smith was pres ent. FAYETTEVILLE NOTES. There was a grand concert given it St. Paul A. M. E. Church on the 1th. The choir has made wonderful improvement under the guidance of Tev. N P. Greggs and wire, wno nave snared no pains whatever in impart ing musical instruction to their par- LEXINGTON (KENTUCKY) NOTES. The Nashville Globe is a welcomed visitor to our state and city. We re eret very much to learn through its columns of the death of its very ef ficient editor, Mr. J. O. Battle. Lexington can boast of fourteen Prosperous colored physicians. Dr. Wm. Mayo and W. H. Ballard each is doing a successful drug business here. Dr. and Mrs. P. D. Robinson, of North Upper street, had as their crests last week Misses M. E. Alex ander and Ida Ura Woodard, of Nash ville, Tenn. Rev. C. E. Alexander, the efficient nastor of the Methodist Church, will 'eave in a few days for his confer ence which will be held in India- nopolis. Misses I. U. Woodard and M. E. Alexander, of Nashville, who are vis- Ming the rather of the latter, are beine highly entertained by the hos pitable Kentuckians. Mrs. S. E. Morton entertained at dinner Tuesday Rev. C. E. Alexander, TTon. N. H. Bates, Misses Woodard and Alexander. FRANKLIN NOTES. On the 8th, Mr. Chas. H. Moore, National organizer of the National Negro Business League, was in Franklin and organized a local Busi ness League. Officers elected were as follows: Dr. Y. E. Redmond, Pres ident; T. A. Williams, Vice-Presl dent; Henry Ewing, Secretary; Dr, Williams, Treasurer. Executive Com Mttee. Fred D. Vil1hm. rmiron Henry Furgerson and A. C. Wold ridge. We are starting off with a membership of twenty-five. Mrs. Mary North Hneh "' f- "rillie Neelv entertained on the 12th "n honor of Miss Ivory Waldren, of Vashville. The dainties of the sea- were served, after which various "Jimes were played. Those present were Misses Ivorv Waldren. Sallie B Williams. Mrs. 'illle N'v, Addk Williams. Mrs. Hi'H. TtldW. Dar Thompson. Andrew Morton. A. A Tones, and Rev. Patton. Mr. Randall Whitfield came home from Nashville sick last week. FISK LITERARY CLUB. Miss Laura Stump, of Twelfth ave nue, North, entertained the Fisk Club on Friday afternoon, March 12th. Much important business was dis cussed and expedited. The four cap tains reported their squads in excellent working order, and by commence ment the "Mile of Pennies," from present indications will be collected. All are eagerly working to make this the banner year in the history of the alumni, as regards the creating of greater interest in all that pertains to the school, and also to aid in a fi nancial way as never before. The members are determined that the spirit of sacrifice shown by such sainted souls as President Cravatn, Profs. Bennett, ;Spence and Chase, dear Prof. Morgan, and last but not least, the venerable dean of the in stitution, Prof. H. II. Wright, shall never die, but with increasing years their usefulness shall become more apparent. Members answered to roll call with quotations from their fa vorite authors. The program follows: prayer. Mrs. P. R. Burrus; piano solo, Miss Lucy Phillips; current events, Mrs. C. W. Brown; vocal solo, Miss Lucy B. White; vocal solo, Miss Lady E, L Phillips. At the close of the program the guests were invited Into the dining-room where a most de lightful luncheon of two courses was served. Miss Stump had as her guests the following persons: Mes- dames P. R. Burrus, C. W. Brown, J. R. Levy, F. A. Stewart, Misses Elizabeth B. Moore, E. J. Terry, Willa H. McBroome, Lady Emma Louise Phillips, Lucy Phillips, Lillian Banks, T.illian Bright, Martha C. Grisham, Flora F. Wright, Minnie Mai Hunter, Mabel McKay, Nannie Allison, Lucy B. White, Minnie Bramlette, Janie E. Benson. The next meeting of the club will be with Miss Flora F. Wright, of Eighteenth avenue, North, on the afternoon of Friday, March 26th, at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. James R. Levy, of Florence, S. C, left for her home Wednesday night. Mrs. Levy, who has been here with her little daughter, Camille, since October, goes home to prepare for her crystal anniversary which will be celebrated April 12th. She carries with her the best wishes of her friends and co-laborers in the Fisk Club, of which she was an enthusias tic member. They hope for her .a pleasant summer and shall eagerly await her return to their band next autumn. Her daughter will remain in this city until Fisk closes.