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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1909.
(X5O00OOO00OOOO0OO0O00O0O0O luncheon Monday in honor of Mr. and is thy victory? Death, where i3 thy CITY ITEMS sting? He was assisted by liev. Farrar. Mrs. Isaac Fletcher, who left Tues day for Indianapolis. Little L. O. Fereuson. son of Mr. DOQQQQQQOQQOQQQOQQQOQQOOOQ I and Mrs Ferguson, of 913 Eleventh Mrs. Emma Battle, of 1723 Scovel avenue, North, who has been quite street, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. i", is rapidly improving. N. B. Easterling, at Chattanooga. Mrs. Anna Pendleton left the city The Week End Pit Club will meet Wednesday for Chicago. Mrs. Pen- dleton i a member of Mt. Olive Bap- N at iiic iiuLi ui uiaaoo u voiv uuu 4u.umi i - - - itiuoe, j.ixo ittuC1Wu once, uu xuvo - - r:v,j .itl, oTi-ot tnftm'rlofl tvt qv n wi make her zutn summer soent in ruu-u6uu a,,v v.- v"l-r . . I fJ nnA fair Alts, muocrs iuajucn;, Ul HUW-p"" . . .. r.Vf-1, ,tn Knorl. h cVr 1 rnr, J cr.QH,'r.r V,Q maalr In I Pcv Wm TWlrhum Tl TV Field i lUllin. ui uue aoiccy uCu tho Htv thP frnpst nf rp nt vfsa and Secretary of the National Baptist lliUlu lu,ucu. Ul -v..., friends. Convention, will deliver a special lec- HJT 'CVnnV T-... m. -9 I Innnln XTnn I hifQ hcfnra UTt C' ra iTionHcf SllTI. 1 ricHW Mro ITntt a P Stftwnrrt rInv.Bfhnnl nt 1fl a m. fiimdav morn- l "uc " uu L"c lcuuvl GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. In Memory of Miss Emma Densley Raines. By John R. Robinson. When violets bloom, and crooning and sister, Miss Ophelia S. Alexan- ing. der, of 1107 Stevens street. Rev. W. 'S. Ellington, D. D., has re- Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Hopkins enter- turned from McDonald, W. Va., where face, And hoped to find it in God's far, fair land, God's good grace For that strange port upon a dis tant strand. fice from $1,500 to $1,800. File and Pension Clerk in Comp troller's office from $1,500 to $1,800. Assistant bookkeeper In Comptroll er's office from $1,500 to $1,800. Clerk to State Funding Board from $1,500 to $1,800. State Superintendent of Public In struction from $1,500 to $2,000. Salary of Clerk to Commissioner of Agriculture from $1,350 to $2,000. Members of the State Board of Prison Commissioners increased from $2,500 to $3,000 per annum. Warden at main prison, from $1,200 to $1,800. Physician at main prison from $1, 200 to $1,800. Warden at Brushy Mountain, from $1,200 to $1,800. Physician at Brushy Mountain pris on, from $1,200 to $1,800. go. : ' 11 The purple blossoms nodding in her hair; For "Dear, I shall not be afraid, you know," She whispered, "if I find my violet there." And so in springtime when the vio lets bloom, And all the air is taden with their sweet. Fond memory comes to sit beside her tomb, SO v Y BADGES lui, auu mi o. xouiciu iiuftwu milieu uvui luu-njuctiu. t . ia. t uw i . , . . n . tained Mrs. Frank Porter and Miss he spent a part of last week attending wh ?,he shuld sail some tIme of Ophelia Alexander at dinner Tuesday, the Baptist State Sunday-School Con May 4. A three-course menu was yention. served during the evening. Among Tne Globe takes this method to in- the cuests besides the above men- fnrm Ua nntmno nnrl t.h eren era! nub- tioned, were Messrs. Sam McCanse, Uc that Mn N. B. Callier, who was at 1 watched her at that time of sailing rranit tjaiupueu auu jjchj. one time tne ssoutn isasnvme ageni, Miss L. E. Phillip will represent is no longer connected with the . the Normal Department oi tne Aium- paperi ni Association or waiaen university tPv and Mns. MrRwinsr. of 1037 Wednesday evening, May 12. Her Sixteenth avenue, North, who have subject will be "The Power of an been SpendIng the wintfir In paS3 ideal. Christian, Miss., have returned home ut. j. w. ivxia, ui AJi, f0r the summer. win preacn at uayers Di ouuu-j The mle son of Mr and Mrg j p ?!lLnA aS!Dr- & I5TJ, Iron, of 1115 Gay street, is up again, Durumu xca.., .r- after two weeks of serious illness, huw ncni vr 4-?l Z- Among the notable college presl ciass unaeruoa xl'mnT.; dents who will attend the Educators' reasonable. Call at Globe office, 447 ConferenC to be held In connection rourtn avenue. with the Sunday-school Congress in Mrs. Leminea Goodman died last T.. . t tv- n a t Thiiradav nieht at the home of herHuue. 3. .v, ! RESOLUTION .n rh an fVoodman 1226 TWrd av- aent i Auama K Al' MISS SARA H. LEEK. Smith Her remains were car- lata. al. . . ... Whereas. The Almighty God in his I a Sunday-School. ...tww Misses uazei ana lviaiue . nmvMP11(,fl vafl cPpn fit to take 7. The Sunday-School: Its Rela- m neiia Sanford left the citv toTuW. Baker and VIvla a.n Thef!8Ba from our midst Miss Sara H. Leek, Hons and Obligations to the Church. Npw York last Tuesday. Clark were the. quests of Mrs. Chas. whQ a member of Brook's Chapel 8. The Duties and Obligations of a ,Miaa Carrie. Goodman, of 403 Lea H- Thome bunday. M m Church, and. Baptist Church to Its Sunday-School. SUNDAY-SCHOOL CONGRESS SUB . JECTS, To Be Discussed Before the Fourth Annual Session of the National Bap tist Sunday-School Congress and Young People's Chautauqua to be Held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Nashville, Term., June 9-14, 1909. 1. The National Baptist Sunday School Congress: Its Origin and Pur pose. 2. The Origin and History of the Sunday-School Movement. 3. The. Modern Sunday-School: Its Origin and Methods. 4. The International Sunday- School Lesson System: Its History And lay her fragrant offering at feet, and Influence. 5. The Bible: Its Place in the Sun- IN MEMORY OF day-School, and How to Teach It. 6. How to Organize and Conduct AH Styles and Prices. it f ,' avenue, is very sick. Mr. Berry Roberson, of Tremont av- "whereas Miss Leek by her devo- 9- The Pastor Place and Oppor- l tut. c!mo"nn t? Waiver nf enue, who has been suffering with a tr r rlntipo oa a nipmhsr and worn- tunities in the Sunday-School. i II . (1 11(1 ill 1 i3. kJlLUVVU J.VI wv.t I - . . . ,iwWVMV-'WkJv-M-w ---i - nno ctnnnri in the rft.v en route dreadful cold, is much lmprovea. . dennrtment from time to time. 10. Baptist SundaySchoor Litera- hnmA to see his mother. Mrs. Lucy The rally at tbe Gay st.reet Chris' and by her Christian charity, won the ture: Its Authors and Publishers woiw tw h hPPn t.n Chatta- tian Church on last founday was a .mirt,.T1 f hpr friM1(1s. ani(1 the H- Sunday-School Officers: How nnnza to see his father, who was so thorough success. The excellent mu- , kh h she came in and by whom selected. r-iur ni thru ha nassed awav. sic rendered by the choir was com-1 nntnt, aru, 12. Sunday-School Officers: Their Mr. Wm Leonard had to leave his mendable, also the sermon on the ,whereaB We the members and Character, Qualification and Duty, post of duty at the A. M. E. S S. "Foundation of the Church, delivered friends realize our great los9 and feel 13. The Sunday-School Teacher: Union Wednesday on account of y the pastor, Samuel D. Cottrell. tnat such aiosS to us cannot be atoned His Duties, Opportunities and Itespon illness. Mr W. P. Phill'ns of 703 Sixth av e'.i'ie, South, Is somewhat indisposed. lts debt M'.ss Soph'a Overstreet was called L..-n-e on last Friday to attend the fiu-.eral of her sister. . Mrs. E. J. Kennedy visited First Ttnntlat Kundav-Rphnnl last Sundav and delivered . a very interesting ad- v?;lker dress. Mrs. Kennedy is the guest of Mrs. A . L.aird, of 1917 Cedar street. Miss Gertrude Mayberry spent last Saturday and Sunday in Hills boro, Tenn., visiting her parents, and looking over the ruins caused by the disastrous storm which visited that section last week. Miss Hazel Doyle, Messrs. Charles and William Farmer, of. Franklin, were the guests of Miss Estella Camp bell last week. Mrs. Jessie R. Whiteside, of 506 The amount raised is $84.00. This will go to rid the church of a part of lV:1 1jv A ' ft 3 , VU i r. : - r w te i mm MARRIAGES. Andrew White and Leola Talley. John Foster and Francis Holloway. Frank Patterson and Louise Oscar Dibrelle and Llllie Hyde. Henry Perkins and Mary Liggins. Robt. B. Hatton and Minnie P. May. berry. Ben Sanders and Nancy Peebles. for: therefore be it siDintie-s. Resolved. That we think of her only me bunaay-bcnooi superinten- as having gone to receive that reward dent, His Co-Workers ana Advisers. the hoDe of which the Master shall ii. ine bunaay-acnool Teachers' nronounce unon all those who love Meeting: How to Conduct It. and serve Him, saying, "Come ye 16. The Problem of Sunday-School blessed of my Father, inherit the king- Teaching: Whom, How and What to dom prepared for you from the foun- leatn. dation of the world." 17- The Sunday-School Library: Be it also Resolved. That we ex- "9 contents, ana How Circulated. tend our heartfelt sympathy to the i- music: its Lnaracter, Place . !. . upland TnflnpnpQ In tho Hnndnv.SfVinnt oereavea iamny aim our uuntru .-v, ... v.... , r prayers that the comfort of the peace wesson ueviews: now to con- ail KinQS OI DaageS IOf SO of G'od be with them as a source ot uu 1"CU1- uruunifi me ounaay-scnooi: TDc are prepared to make iTVmcrlaac TnVino nnd 7,ofla P.hnrrh. Salem Hughes and Parlee Abston. solace and strength and unfailing VJS liiancne fiiuo Quintard Walker and Whitelow. DON'T STOP PRAYING. DEATHS Earlv Shelbern. 6 miles Granny Don't stop praying! the Lora is nign White pike. 31 years. Don't stop praying! lieu near your TloHa Turner Wntlrlns otrppt rrv yuarry street, ieu monaay nigm, may 4) g God has promised, and He is true: 6, ior inicago io join ner nnsDana, Mare-arPt finndman 12S.1 Smith Col- Don't stoD Dravine! He" answer you l r T11V TTTV,11.I a " " ivir. naiyu vvuitcoiuc. 1pp. tropt Mcwairy mu unuea rnmmve iiap- T, M wwt(1 fift1 onnth Tpnth r.n,-t ctnn nravin? for Pv'rv need. tist bunaay-scnooi was visitea last Ktrppt 71 vpars vw stnn nravlne! the Lord will aunuay uy tvevs. xv. awtui ami rar- ike Pratt, City Hospital, 26 years. heed: tee. uev. issman aenverea an aa- Amanda Andrews, rear 16 Fifth av- No petition to Him is small: UreSS. OTHie Smith 41 vpnrf TVin't etnn nravlntrl TTp'11 clve VOU miss nura varruway, ui v,iain.- Dlcev Ashworth. 2843 C fton P ke. all vine, renn., nas Deen visiting ner sis- 70 vears ter, Mrs. b. J. Ferguson, 01 )16 wev- Tanes Evans. 407 North Second hwt. ston nravine when led to sin. enth avenue. North. ctrppt Rfl voara. nnn't ,tnn nrQvinr that P-nrvd mav Their Character and Purpose. Mrs. S. T. Shelby, who has been 111 Ella Com Howard. 1100 South win- 29- Children's Day: How to Beveral weeks, is able to be out. street. 20 years. rhrist was temnted and understands: serve It Mrs. b. u. Haraiman, rormeny or Martha Gilbert. 508 Fourteenth av- Don't stoD Dravine! He'll hold your 30. The Child's Place In Sunday- tnis city, out now residing in urena- enue, North. hands School da, Miss., arrived Sunday morning to j0hn Coure, Jr., 909 McCampbell 31. Bible Day: Its Claim Upon the attend the Dedside or ner aunt, Mrs. street. Don't stop nravine when bow'd with Sunday-SchooL Lane. Willie Barnes. 134 Fifth avenue. o-iof. 32. Country Sundav-Schools: TIow Miss Sadie Washington, or Louis- South, 23 years. Don't ston Dravine! vou'll eet relief: to Organize and Conduct Them. ville, is the guest or Mrs. Maria Jno. David Little, Murfreesboro Troubles never escaDe God's sight: 33. The Value of Sunday-School Blankenship, 614 Fern street. pike, 20 years. Don't stoD Dravine! He'll make it Statistics: How to Obtain Them Mrs. Alexander Talley and sister, Fannie Nelson, 213 Eleventh ave- rjffht 34. Sunday-School Prerequisites 21. The Cradle-Roll: What is It, and How to Conduct It. 22. Primary Department: Who Should Teach It. 23. The Sunday-School Home De partment: How Conducted. 24. Modern Missions: Their Claims Upon the Sunday-School. 25. Sunday-School Finances: How Raised. 26. The Adult Class Movement- Men, Young and Old: How to Reach Them. 27. Sunday-School Teacher Train ing Course: Its Benefits and How to Encourage It. 28. Sunday-School Entertainments: cieties and associations a prices that are as reason able as can be had any where. Ob- Tftej are made of the best satin ribbon, stamped with pure gold leaf and trim med with imported gold bullion fringe. a Mrs. Van Vincent, spent Sunday in nue, North, 18 years. Allensville, Ky., visiting their broth- Amanda E. Hyde, 1613 Mallory ave- er, Mr. Albert Talley. enue. Mrs. Alexander Talley will leave Infant of Julia and Robt. Richard- the city Friday to spend a few weeks son. in Smyrna as the guest of Mrs. Jan- Herbert T. Vaughn, 50 North Hill nle Gooch. Mrs. Dayton Jones, who has been visiting her aunt and cousin, Mrs. M. L. Work, has returned to her home at Edgefield Junction. Mrs. Dan Keeble spent Tuesday street, 5 years. Samuel T. Gooden, 1914 Cartwrlght street, 37 years. Don't stop praying but have more Maps, Charts, Blackboards, etc.: How trust: Don't stop praying! for pray we must; Faith will banish a mount of care: Don't stop praying! Gtod answers prayer. to Use Them. 35. The Present Demands of the Sunday-School. 36. Women, Young and Old, in the Sunday-School: Their Opportunities for Good. Any Sunday-school or religious Write us for prices and specification stating the number of badges you want. tfVAddreriS The above is the text of the wom en's rally next Sunday all over the worker may select and write a paper Neal Webb, 64 years, City Hos- country in an effort to raise ?6,000 on either one of the subjects. National Baptist Publishing Boar J and Wednesday of last week at Oak ing street. pital. Burrell Brooks, 63 years, 1417 Hard R. H. BOYD. 3ecY. 523 Second Ave, N- MSIIVSLIL TFNN Hill. She was delightfully enter tained by Mrs. Charity Summers. Mr. and Mrs. James Fletcher, of Woody Cress, served a delightful Maybe that Headache caused by defective eyesight or badty adjusted Better See C. V. ROVtflN, Fh. D., VI., Oculist and Jurist, r4Hulll2, Tnnesao. Jno. Wesley Charlton, 64 years, 26 Lafayette street Jackson Collins, 31 years, 1015 Sev enth avenue, North. for the Baptist Training School lo cated at Washington, D. C. MADE GOOD OUR CLAIM SHOWS TO BE TRUE. MUKfc MUlNfcY rUH o I M I C tw can Rhow hv aptun.1 rnnnt from vMIa fVlnhe Thnso llvlnp- onr nf tha PLOYEES. 1 nnr ollhcrrlntlnr) hnnlro and malllnff I rtv eVirmlrt ccnil tnr camnla rvnloa 1 . . J I 1 oeverai salary increases were luiuo st tht u.Uh lh. vMon0 Smr(,5 nt Kaahvna nannia th Henry Clay, 60 years, 45 Mill street. 5ii J?L ?i! o!nf,magSS rf conclusive that the Nashville Globe is Globe to their friends throughout the read by sixty per cent of the reading united States. ou should do the Dicy Edmondson, 71 years, 57 La fayette street. nearly $10,000 per annum. The re cess committees this vear cost some- r: rSZ. Z;a: People out of the 35,000 Negroee in same. Call and leave a subscription. Sam Patterson, 92 years, 305 Third Z ni , rnpr m Greatw Nashville. We are now go- THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, avenue, North. 1"1 Vxnpris The Trv increases inS to rnake an effort to the oth- 447 Fourth Avenue, North, Nashville, u .(1 11. Tl . I FT-, r -xv yci icut latvu LllK vjiuuu. kvc 1 x tun. Saphronia Fisher, Creek street. month, 1256 nnthnHzpd fnllnw Private secretary to thft Governor. can sena 11 10 ou 6 montns ror 4U fmm 9 ((C tn $9 K(( cents; six nionins ior &u cenis. ine Residence, 182 Jefferson St. Clerk to the Stato Treasurer subscription price for twelve months Office Phone M. 4732 L I from 12 t i JSo 'a l-50. We want lo Invite every cit- Reldenco 1'hoae M. W92- 1)11. S. S. I IIIUIII KS, UBIIUAKY. Chief Mrs. Narcissa Reeves departed increased thi3 life April 26, 1909. She leaves to Secretary of State from $3J0OO to izen ln Nashville to call at our office mourn her loss a husband, three $3500 at 447 Fourth avanue, North, and daughters and a host of friends'. The Additional clerk allowed Secretary leave a subscription for one year, six funeral was held at Mt. Gilead Bap- 0f State at $1,500 per annum. I months or three months. It is lm- tist Church, Wednesday, April 28. 1 Bookkeeper in Comptroller's office possible for you to keep posted on TIia nastor. Rev. Robert Pae offlci- from $) ftfin in inn I tho lmnnpnlntra rf n oront rfv Ilka ated. His text was "O grave, where Warrant Clerk in Comptroller's of-' Nashville unless you read the Nash- N.Cherry St., Sashv lie, Tenn. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon, Rnm S First Floor, Odd Felisws Hall. Office Hrs. o 11 a.m . 3 104 p.m. 7 to 8 p. m