Newspaper Page Text
THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1909.
MTV TTCXC 8 Mrs. Richard Hill and Miss Harriet E. Hill are in Chicago visiting Mr. Richard Hill, Jr. They are having an enjoyable time. Miss Hill is re ceiving much attention socially among which a dinner by Miss Anna E. Stout of the Westside, a drive to and through Garfield and Forrest Parks by Mrs. Geo. O. Jones, a re ception and card party by Mrs. J. II. Stout, a breakfast with Mrs. Mack Allen, of Fulton street, and oth er entertainments will cause their visit lo ever be one of pleasant mem ories. Miss Mayme Ashford has returned home from Columbia where she has spent a very pleasant visit with her cousin, Miss Cynthia Haddox. She also visited Miss ' Luvinia Bond, of Sprint: Hill, and last Sunday enjoyed a pleasant buggy ride with Mr. Sam uel Bond, Jr. Lee Rhodes has gone visit her sister, Mrs. and relatives. V. Blake left the city ridge and Mr. William and Thomas Lockridge. Master Julius Streetor, of 6 Mur rell street, is Improving rapily. Mrs. Mary E. Anderson, of 627 Wood street, is visiting in Hopkins- ville, Ky. Mrs. Joseph Graves, of Indianapo lis, Ind., is in the city visiting her relatives on Sixth avenue, North. Mrs. Carrie Young, of Eighth ave nue North, is . still m Chattanooga visiting friends. Mrs. Amanda Drake, of Ninth ave nue. North, who has been 111 for some time is now able to get about the house. Mr. N. E. Caldwell, of Chicago, 111., spent a week here on his vacation. LOST. Pair of gold-framed glass es in case with Dr. C. V. Roman's on case. Jxst in omce 01 of Education Building, or on street, or Fourth avenue, Finder please return to Lula home Wednesday morning, after hav ing visited her brother and family at St. Louis, Mo., and her aunt in Spring field, 111. Mrs. Cora Fields has returned from S't Loai3. Mo., where she visited rela tives. Miss Ruthe Crockett, of Texas, who passed the board and who was re cently appointed as one of the city teachers lor 1909-10,-is now confined to her bed at Dr. Josie Well's resi dence suffering with typhoid fever. The Globe continues to go to the homes of the leadin; state. ' Mi-Term people of the of Tullahoma; and Tuesday name Board Union North. Miss Bessie to Chicago to Ernest Foster Miss Lovie Wednesday to take up her school. . Miss Janie A. Hill has returned from a two weeks slay in Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Frank Watson has returned to the city after a short visit at Mounieagle. Master Wm. A. Carter, of 507 Lis chey avenue, East Nashville, has gone to Evansville, Ind., to spend several weeks with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter. Mrs. Callie Doren, of Fourteenth avenue, North, left the city Sunday morning for Indianapolis, Ind., where she will make her home with her son, Mr. Andrew Creighton. Mrs. Doren was accompanied by her little grand daughter, Miss Hattie Lee Webb. Mr. Walter M. Clark returned to the city Saturday evening after spending a week in Howell, Tenn. Delegates to the National Baptist Convention which meets in Colum bus', Ohio, September 15-20 will please write to Dr. W. L. Burr, chair- man of Homes and receive your as signment from the Corresponding Secretary .of the local committee. We arc prepared to entertain 7,000. Yours truly, Arthur D. Chandler, 20 North Garfield Avenue, Columbus, . Ohio. .. Miss Lerlie Page who spent sever al weeks in Chicago has returned to the city. Miss" Page will return to Chicago soon to spend the winter. Misses Annie Dunlap, E. J. Cock rell and Mrs. Page have returned from Kansas City where they were attending the Supreme Lodge of Ca lanthe, also Mrs. Rosa Rhodes. Mrs. E. C. Coffey will return to the city about September 24. She has been in Mason since May visiting her ccusin. Misses Geneva Hancock, Nellie Hoff and Katie Polk have returned from a very delightful trip visiting friends in Franklin, Springhill and Commote. WANTED SLEEPERS at 404 Fifth avenue and Cedar street. Plank's Chill Tonic for malaria, chills, fever, cold and La Grippe. Guaranteed. Price, 25 cents per bottle. Mrs .Samuel Harris, of 1610 Pat terson street, has gone to St. Louis to make her future home with her cousin, Mrs. William Bell. Miss Mamie Chester, of Patterson street, will leave early in September to visit her sister, Miss Willie Smith, of 1911 Lucas avenue, St. Louis. Mr. Jas Watson, of 911 McCamp bell street has gone to Arkansas for the rest of the year for better wages. " Misses Alberta Jordan and Bessie Haddox were the guests of the Misses Mayes, of 9)7 McCampbell street, Sunday afternoon. Mr. Jno Demoss, of Ament street, met with a very painful accident last Saturday. His horse was frightened by an automobile and ran away throwing him out of the wagon at the corner of Shirley and High streets. His injuries are not dangerous yet they are very painful. Mrs. Lena Cornelius, of Chicago was the guest of Bishop and Mrs. Evans Tyree, of 15 North Hill street, accompanied by her nieces, Misses Hattie L. and Fannie Mae Perkins. Mrs. Emma Z. Davis' remains were laid to rest at Drake Mill Cemetery. She was a sister to Mrs. Pearl Lock- May be that Headache s-caused by defective cyssijpw sir v&mj v adjusted Itetter See C. V. ROVlrtN, rMi. D..V1., Oculist and flurlst Aiashqtll Tennessee, Benton, 1710 Gay street and receive reward. Mr. Alex Hart died in Shelbyville, Tenn.. last week. He had been em ployed by the Pullman Company 35 j ears. Miss Hattie Holland is in the city again after spending four weeks vis iting fri'ids and relatives in Decherd, Tenn. Mrs. Mittie Buford, of Chicago, passed through the city this week en route to Mc.Minnville, 'Tenn., Mr. Evvett Bond, of this city, mar ried in Lebanon, Tenn., last week. Mr. Robert Zachery, of 1104 Hynes street, who spent ten days in Chica go, has returned home. ' Mr. E. J. Cannon, of 1109 Hynes street, will spend ten days in Shelby ville, Tenn., very oon. -Mrs. Johnnie Austin, of Grundy street, will visit friends in Louisville, Ky., soon. Mr. Tom Tune, of Slielbyville, Tenn., is in the city this week. Mrs. Pleas Alexander, of Birming ham. Ala., is visiting in the ity. Mrs. Alice Hunt, of 1100 Hynes street, is on the sick list. Miss Tennie L. Hughes, who has been visiting Miss Lula B. McCul lough, of Muskogee, Okla., for the summer, returned home Sunday night, after having had quite an enjoyable stay. Mrs. Mattie Bostic and children have returned from KirklancL J. W. Bostic, Jr., is some. better this week. Mr. and Mrs. 11. G. Ewing, accompa nied by their mother, Mrs. Tony Hil drelth, of Franklin, have returned home. Mrs. Nannie P. Porter has returned from Columbia after having spent ft part of her vacation in Pulaski', she will begin her school work next Monday. Ella Mayberry, of 918 avenue, North., is spending in Una, Tenn., with Miss on. Thny will return Fri- of 1036 Fouis who has been is now at the the has trip Miss Lou Twenty-first a few days Mayme Allb day afternoon Mrs. Gertrude Williams, of 909 Shan Man d street., left Tuesday - fov Louisville to join her husband, Wa' l.ice Williams, for a stay of two weeks' Mrs. A. G. W. Sango, of Mus koge, Oklahoma, and little Helen Mai Reed, of St. Louis, who have been visiting in the city, left Tuesday night. Mrs. Julia Thompson. Mrs. Amanda Randolph and Miss Savannah Demoss have returned from St. Louis, after spending a pleasant vacation with friends and relatives. Messrs. Ira Davis , and Leon Hurt spent Saturday and Sunday in War trace. While there they were the guests of Misses Vanjioy Webster and Lena Barnes. Miss Sadie Wilson.' has returned from Wartrace. Miss Jennie C. Brice, of fl.H Web ster strert and Miss Maud Wilkerson, of 107 Lake street, East Nashville. who have been visiting in Springfield, Cedar Hill, Sadlersville, Guthrfe, Ky., and Clarksville, have returned home. On Sunday evening Mrs. J. H. Kelly, Jr.. and son, Chas. Winfrey, returned io me city alter spending the summer in Little Rook, Ark., visiting relatives and friends, and also gaining a much needed rest. She reports having spent the summer most pleasantly in her home town. Dr. C. V. Roman is back from the East as Is Dr. A. M. Townsend. Both were delegates to.tho national medical association. Attorney J. Thomas Turner, who went to the Supreme Lodge K. of T. at Kansas City, is again at home. Grand Chancellor J. P. Crawford, M. I)., came home from the Supreme Lodge all full of hope for the future outlook for Pythianisn?.. Mis. Willio Smith, of 1007 Eleventh avenue, North, spent a. pleasant trip in llopkinsville, Ky., last week. She was the guest of Mrs. Frank Tyler, Miss Cora Leo Allen, who has been spending her vacation in St. Louis, mo., nas returned to the city and re sumed her work in the book-inakin department of the National Baptist Publishing House. Miss Gertrude Mayberry returned Alfred G. King, spent' Monday in the city. Miss Ethel Frierson, teenth avenue, North, sick for several weeks, Rock City Sanitarium. Dr. Geo. W. Hubbard, Dean of Medical Department of Meharry, just returned from an extended East, where he attended the sessions of the National Medical Association. Dr. Hubbard reports a successful trip. Pjof. R. B. Hudson, of Selnia, Ala., is expected to pass through NashviUf on the 13th inst. He will join the special party to Columbus, O., in the Pullman car, leaving here at 8:05 a. m. Prof. Geo. R. Watters,, a teacher at Knowles School, is making some im provement to his property. Mrs. James Hightower and James Perkins, Jr., are in the city visiting Mrs. Wm. Austin, of 1103 Jackson street. Miss Mary Sherrill, of 523 Quarry street, has returned from Ostella, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Clark, of Chatta nooga, are in the city visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Boyd, of 2849 Clifton road. Mrs. A. Jackson is at home, 917 Jackson street, after being away for the summer. Mr. Ed. Hall, an employee of the Nashville Hardwood Flooring Com pany, met with a very serious accident while riding a horse. The animal became frightened an threw him, causing a very serious bruise about the head and leg. Mrs. H. L. Ilowse, of 1C16 Fifth ave nue, North, accompanied by her sis ter, Miss Bertha Howard, has returned to the city after a two weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Howard ,of Murfreesboro. Miss Howard will spend a few weeks in the city visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Foster, of 1C41 Patterson street, accompanied the remains of their aunt Mrs. Emma Davis, who died suddenly in South Nashville Friday, to Godwin Station Tenn., where the funeral services were held. Rev. J. Bogus officiated. Mrs. G. W. Griffins, of 1209 Phillips street, who has . been in Pulaski sev eral weeks, is at home again. About 2,000 copies of the National Baptist Convention minutes of the Lexington meeting have been sent out from Nashville by order of Secretary Hudson. Mr. R. H. Bcyd is home after rpending three weeks in Tullahoma-, Tenn., with Mrs. Brown. The. Collryian, published at Phillips University at Tyler, Texas, Vol. 2 No. 4,' came last week. Nashville is well represented on the faculty. , OUTCAST DAUGHTER DRAMA The ladiesof the Gay St. Christian Church are preparing a rare mat for the public In the form of adrama entitled ,XHE OUTCAST'S DAUGHTER. The play depicts Intense pathetic real life, where joy and laughter are mingled with pathos and BUlI'eriiu, with all ending happily. All who attend will le highly entertained. Cant or Characters as follows: Carl Faber, an ex-convict, Mr. A. N. Johnson: Howard ltoss. a man ufacturer, Mr, Fred Kandals: Dennis Ilogan, servant to Itoss. Mr. Richard Dobson: Abel Hoss, Gardner, Mr. William Foster; Judge Havens, of I'ollce Court. Dr. J. P. Crawford; Re corder of Police Court. Mr. Mercer 1,0 wis: Letter Clerk of Police Court. Mr. Samuel Carter: Little Hugo Agatha,,a child. Master Thurston Lewis: Policeman. Mr. Marshall Cheatham: Agatha Sterne Ross, a lok-keeper, Miss Fannie It inks. Ida Rhlenhold. a retired singer, Mrs. J. Miller; Mrs. Wllimith, a washerwoman. Miss Hattie Curuthers; Katie, a factory girl, Miss Llllle Ranks: Frances, a factory girl, Miss Clara Uodgklns. The Outcast. - - - - MR. . N. JOHNSON. The Outcast's paurfhter . - - - MISi FANNIE BANKS. Date will be given later. WEDDINGS. Rachels -Walton. Miss Ivry N. Walton was quietly married to Dr. Jas. H. Rachels, of Mexico, Mo., Tuesday evening, Au gust 31. at 8 o'clock, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Walton, 44 Claiborne street, Rev. J. C. Starnes officiating. Only relatives and a few friends were present. Lewis Jenkins. ... Cards announcing the wedding of Mr. E. Madison Lewis and Miss M. Agnes Jenkins, cf Montgomery, Ala., which took place. Sunday,' August 29, at 7:30 o'clock p. m., reached Nashville this week. The contract ing parties were very prominent in the state, especially in educational circles. The bride is a sister to Mrs. C. M. Wells, wife of Dr. Wells, of Birmingham., Her brother was the late Dr. Jenkins, and she herself has been teaching at the State Nor mal quite a number of years. They received their friends at home, .47 Seay street, Normal Heights, Mont gomery, Wednesday, September 1, 157)!), from 4 to 8 p. m. FORMAL DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, of Wert Herman street, entertained a few of their friends and relatives .to a formal dinner last Sunday evening. Covers were placed for ten and a delightful menu was served. Dur ing the evening a delightful impromp tu musical programme was given and a tempting ice course was served in which the color tones of pink and white were observed. The quests were Miss Maggie Glasgow, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bramlett, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crawley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wcodfork, Mr. Stockard, Miss Lillian M. Crawloy and Mr. L. Holland Sloan. MRS. WODARD ENTERTAINS. On last Friday evening, August 27, from 4:30 to 8:30, Mrs. Marshall Woodard, of 1211 Harding street, most highly entertained the general club meeting of the Camp of St. John A. M. E. Church. The object of the club is for the benefit of St. John Church. After the guests arrived1 they were served with the lemonade to revive the spirit and vitality of the guests. The parlor was beauti fully arranged arid decorated. After all the business was ever the guests were invited into the dinihg:room, which was beautifully decorated, with clusters of white roses, pink carnations and ferns: The' table was draped in a pure linen cloth, large wreaths of grapes on leaves, glitter ing silver, cut glass and pure chlna on which a " three;course menu was served. ... Dr. T. W. Haigler gave; a most In teresting lecture to the club, also Rev. A. Brooks, D. D. - STEWARDESS BOARD. Mrs. Millie Wright entertained Stewardesses Board No. 2 of Payne Chspel A. M. E. Church Thursday, Align.-1 25. 1909. "Music was fur nished by Miss Rosa Johnson. A two-pcurse menu was served. Music and -singing were the enjoyment of the evening. Mrs. Maria Clause and Mrs. Cornelia Williams gave an in teresting talk to the board. Mrs. Saralr Manning, of Kansas, was with tl e lonrd. Present were Mrs. Sal He King, Sarah Harding, Millie Wright, Mosella Johnson, Miss Rosa Johnson, Mrs. Anna McCullough, Martha Johnscn, Mary Bailey, LunI Dtmcnbreun. Rev. Flagg, Mrs. Clause and Mrs. Sarah Manning, of Kansas. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Anna McCullough, 71 G Smilev street. Mrs. Sallie Kintr Miss Rosa Johnson, serretnrv. PROHIBITION LEADER. One of the champions of the pro hibition cause, Rev. Dr. Riley, of Birmine'ham, Alabama, but mere re cently of Dallas. Texas, was in Nash ville last week in the interest of the ptohibitien movement. Dr. Riley is one of the best known white men in tie South. His work with the anti saon league has been commendable. Dr. Riley stated, or reaffirmed a statement made Jn Louisville, . that there are one million Negroes .op posing the sale of liquor in any form as a beverage. He is getting up a bcok that will be known as "The Development of He stated to a Globe here that his aim would r.en who have been on ENJOYABLE EVENING. Quite ' an enjoyable evening was spent at the home of Mrs. Callie Stevens, Dixon street, last Tuesday evening, August 24. Music ,and cames were the features of Uie even ing. At a late hour a two-course menu was served. Those, present were. Misses Minnie Buchanan, Paul lne Harding. Bessie Haddox, Alberta Jordan, Cornelia Thompson, . Allie Pinkston, Frances, Georgia ..Brown, Messrs. Calup .Whitley, Jno., Demoss. Walter .Williams,... Jno.. Armstrong, Graham W'instead, Bufcrd. McNairy, George Hill and others. , , CALL ;)N.U L. 31. KLEIN MAHFACn nKK OF BREJD, CAKES, ICE CIIEili All orders filled and delivered promptly. Special prices on .Confectionery and Ice Cream for Festivals and Picnics. CARROLL STREET and SECO.M) ,HE.IE. (Markkt Street) NASHVILLE, - TENN. SIIEDRiCK SiEVENSON'S Dry Goods Store 2 2 4 FILL JW O IV fc STREF.1 GOOD liAKGAINS AT THIS ! T I!F. the. Negro." reporter while be to show the firlng- A GODSEND TO ANY FAMILY. Read Words of Praise. For convenience, economy and san itation, the Allen Bath Apparatus, is a great idea. These three qualities have made this system of bathing an indispensible asset to home vomforts. That the water i not used a second time to the body is its highest qual ity of sanitation and'fer this feature first it receives; my recommendation. see how I get a.long- without my home. CO. HADLEY, M. D. I don't one in line and at the front in both races helping in this development in every walk of like. Dr. Riley is a fear less, outspoken speaker and it is known that as a Southern man he has steed up admirably for fair play on all occasions. To SELECT PICNIC. One of the most delightful events of the season was the select picnic given by a H party . of ladies of North Nashville Thursday, August ?t). at the heme of Mrs. Salone, on the Clifton pike. The party left, town at an early hour and spent the entire evening in merriment and enjoying the fresh country breeze. Those who made up the party were Mesdames Philip Douglas, ,Mary Eiverett, Grant Flkin?,, C. II. Clark, Silas Hhodes, Lizzie McBride, Stump,. Merrell, Franklin. Lydia Thompson, Balti more, MoEwn, Mayberry, Bailey, Tehnson. Salone and Holds, of Chi cago, III. the Public: I wish to say that I am using. one of the Allen Portable Bathing Out fits and' am very much pleased with same. I always take pleasure In rec ompiending it to ray friends. .Re spectfully, Robert Moody,. 922 , Pearl street. .. Mr. Wm. Young, Agent-for. Allen Bath Apparatus, Sir: $12.00 .would not buy my outfit could I not get' an other. I like it better every time I use it. Mrs. M. Perkins. Chatta nooga, Tenn., fiOl East Ninth street. Outfit on exhibition at ?.1G Eighth avenue, North. Every family ought to own one. Costing only. $G.00, Tho best six that can be spent for any home comfort. One remarka ble feature appreciated by all is the small, quantity of water required. Only 1 gallon, hot or cold, but every drop" counts! WILLIAM YOUNG, Agent. ' 25c yd. up up Aprons gingham at ,1yds. for Calicoes r)C a Men's socks at any Price. Men's shirts at 43c and Men's underwear at 2.jc and New collars and ties. Ladies' ready-made underwear, rrmbs of all kinds, handkerchiefs, towels, pins, thread and anything else you can call for. Come and see for yourself and buy of me. We will treat you right. IICNRIETTE MAXIE CAMPBELL 68 mnury St., Shampooing and Hair Pressing a Specialty. FOR $ALE Miidnni ('. .1. Walker's wonder ful 11 m I r iiovor and I'lTsscr. ( iu:ir:uiteiri liy Waikii's Mdi. Co., under 1 lie Food and lnit Act, .1 une :o, l'.H ii. Seiial No. v.'.kv'. Lodge Furniture We are prepared to supply every subor dinate l.xlje of the A V. & A. M. within the jurisdiction of Tennessee or any other state with beautiful UPII0LS1T:RID CHAIRS, TA BLES, PEDESTALS, ALTARS and any tiling in the line of chairs fir che assembly ha'l that the y may be in need of Our pi ires are within t each of every 1 le 1. r further information call or write the Church Supply Department OF THE S.WI0M BAPTIST riMKIIIM WHl 52 3 Second Avenue. North. Nashville, Tenn