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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1009.
HOPKINSVILLE (KY.) NOTES. Hopkinsvllle, the most fertile spot npon "the dark and bloody ground," Is the cynoaure of all eyes at present. We have not yet ceased to enjoy the feast of philosophy hat Dr. It. II. Boyd set forth to us last Sunday, when he appeared in two sermons con nected with tne dedication of Ramsey Hall, the new addition to M. & F. Col lege, and now the city Is busy primp ing Into Its best bib and tucker pre paratory to receiving Mr. Booker T. Washington next Monday. Dr. Boyd, accompanied by -his de lightful wife and Prof. Crenshaw, of the Globe, arrived In the city last Sunday from Nashville at 10 o'clock a m,, and from that time until their departure for home at 5:30, he was kept continually busy. He preached a brilliant sermon at the Virginia Street Baptist Church in the morning, and later at College Hill at the dedication of the new hall. He dwelt thought fully upon the value and necessity of small beginnings, and declared that success was sweeter when purified by hardships. Large and attentive audi ences greeted the distinguished church man upon both occasions, and a very creditable amount of money was re alized for the institution. Dr. Booker T. Washington has in cluded this city in his autumn itine rary, and will "appear here on the eve ning of Nevember 22 at the Taberna- tie. The advance sale of seats has been wonderfully alert, the white citi zens being particularly prominent in the purchase of reservations. Every in dication prevails that Dr. Washington's first appearance here will be truly a red letter day In the history of the city. Many of the establishments in the business portion of the city will be fittingly decorated. Dr. Washington appears under the auspices and in the interest of the M. & F. College. The belated dawn of prosperity war signi Hzed this week by a marked activity in the local tobacco market. Hopkins vllle, as is generally known, is in the center of the dark tobacco district, not to mention the fact that It is the pivot around which the night-riders were wont to encircle. Whenever the tobacco market Is brisk the colored farmers, of whom there are more than five hundred hereabout, reap lmmedl ate and valuable profits. The season entering with heavy rains, a nuinbjr of sales are recorded by the colored producers at very good prices. Revivals are in progress ai Virginia Street Baptist Church, Freeman Chap- ' t . r fi t- i r I n . L Church with varying success. Bishop Woodcock preached at the Church of the Good Shepherd last Sun day afternoon to an appreciative audi ence. The Church of the Good Shep herd is of the Episcopal denominatioJ and is at present without a rector. Dr. J. H. Tucker, who for three years has been in charge here, recently re signed to take up his residence in Ar kansas, where he will practice medi cine. In the meanwhile on Sunday afternoons the Rev. Abbott, rector of Grace Episcopal Church, the white' organization in this city, supplies the pulpit Mr. D. S. Stewart, formerly of Ten nessee, but now one of the most en terprising business men of Hopkins vllle, has acquired the Central Avenue Drug Store, and has installed a mos complete line of goods for the ap proaching holiday trade. CITY ITEMS ! coooooooooooooooooooool xS guest of the evening and gave a very helpful and Interesting talk and a beautifsl rendittea of "Rustliigs of Spiing" (Binding). After the serving of dainty refreshments, the club ad journed to meet with Miss H. E. Ca- run kuimt: two nice reoms ror ar ties employed during the day; ol te ruthers Wednesday afternoon, No- nice place, 112 Ninth avenue. SouVi. vember 24, when Beethoven will be FOR SALE: A first-class closed the composer discussed, and Mr. carriage to be sold cheap. Apply to William Lloyd lines, the guest of. the J. W. Maney. 219 Eighth avenue, club. North. The November issue of the Woman's Aurora reached the office of the Globe this week. This is an interesting m GOOD BREAD. Good bread is, without question, agazine devoted to the Interest of the most Important article of food Airo-Amenean womannooa every where. It is published at Omaha, Ne braska. Rev. N. H. Pius, D. D., left Wednes in the catalogue of man's diet. Good bread is obtainable only by using the best of materials, and this is what The Home Bakery Co. does. day evening fer Evansville and Terre Therefore, the bread they make Is Haute, Ind. From there he goes to aosoiutejy rename, u is aeuyereu points in Ohio in the interest of the Iresa Iruiu Vue ty " " eacher-Training Service. a using it, you Know wis, u noi, Work on the St. Andrews Presby- try it and be convinced. terian Church is Droeressine with we are giaa to say mat we nave great satisfaction. The pastor, Rev. the patronage of a great many gro- SnPTipr .Tnlrsin PAniimiM tn m9i eery stores. resiauranis, iuncn favorable renorts stands' and private families. When The Children's Embroiderv ninh you go to tne store ror Dreaa asa met with little Miss Louise Scruggs, fr "The Home" bread. If there is of Patterson street. Fridav. n store near you, can Main ia ana 9 I it ll. - 1 1 1 The little daughter of Prof, and Mrs. we win deliver tne Dreaa to you J. W. Work, of Hardlnc street, is much Givs us an order for your Christmas better caKes. vve mane pies, canes, aougn- A special Thanksgiving service at Put8 bake hams and cook barbecue, St. Paul A. M. E, Church Thanksgiv- ing morning at 11 o'clock. SUNDAY-SCHOOL WORKER. The home of Rev. and Mrs. Henry Tine- Baraca Class of the First Ban M 1T7 J. T- Ml J I . xvunaiiu, ui west ixasii vine, was ue-ujst Church, on Eighth avenue, stroyea by lire last baturday night North, composed of young men, from Rev. and Mrs. Rolland are now with sixteen years of age upward, is doing iurs. wniuaKer, 01 uiuion avenue. an vr'lfnt work as a. Sunday- mi xr-V...iii. j i k i iu. iuo ittimvn5 ueieKa-uoM tu iu Rrfmo p, aRS -fitti the Dastor as Washington Party, which will tour the thlr teacher and Mr. Thos. W. An- otateoi lennessee, leit iNasnvnie wea- derson as President. They are aim- nesaay nignt ier iiristoi. ,n tn hnfld ,m a strone Baraea class Prot P. T. Frazer, President of the - ,tli9 rhurrh. Thev have lust held M. & F. College, of Hopkinsvllle, Ky., thlr semi-annual election, and are was in the city Friday. workine zealously to Increase their Mr. John Hayes, of Louisville, Ky., pmhprfcln. has returned home. Mr. Hayes, who a formerly lived in this city, came to TO WuoM it MAY CONCERN. witness the Hayes-Frierson uptlals, A fr dinner wlll be spread for the which toek place last week. Lmin an,! th mimi on Thanks- Mrs. Stephen Deuglass, of Murfrees-L,,-- Hnv. ftf Tpn,th avenue. boro, spent last week in the city ! North and street (RaUroad iiius uer muiu-m-mw, protective Association Building). Do Douglass. I BA Miss Pauline Matthews, of 454 Ninth ,,, K . onnroHat fnr this I .Kuuc m. uw, ""' occasion, from churches, Institutions, Miss A. M. treeman, who has been nffia mtq . t .ttpivti a pryton indisposed, is able to le out again. . The Knights of Wise Men hold their JHE TWENTY-FOURTH ANNIVER- LADIES' AID SOCIETY. The Ladles' Aid Society of the First Baptist Church met at the res! dence of Mrs. W. O. Tate, of Eighth avenue, North, Monday, Nov. 15 After devotional exercises, a good deal of important business was trans acted. The roll call was responded to by the members with Bible quo tations. Mrs. Tate, who 19 an excel lent hostess, served the ladlea de lightfully with a two-course menu after which the Society adjouraed to meet Monday, Nov. 22, with Mrs Louis Fort, Fifteenth avenue, North MRS. G. W. WILLIAMS, Secretary, MRS. L. FORT, Prudent n MCHARRY NOTES. The magnetic power of the Rev. N . Pius, D. D., was seemingly th cause of the crowd which gathere at the Meharry Auditorium on Sunday morning last; his subject, "A Call to Leadership," was ably discussed an the lessons learned will not be soon forgotten. It Is well we are blessed with such men as Dr. Pius, as they are the factors which tend to help us' on ward and upward to greater things The University choir, under the dlrec tion of Miss M. E. Braden. rendered the anthem "As pants the heart for cooling streams." On last Saturday the game between the State University of Kentucky an Meharry terminated in a decided vic tory for the latter; this alone shows the ability of the members of the foot ball army at Meharry under the skll ful leader, Mr. Ransom. The week of clinics Just closed a' Meharry was one of the most success ful that has ever been experienced at Meharry. Doctors were coming in from all parts of the South from Mon day to Friday, aad every patient was operated upon with care and precision uroa xswm 7 hWf ii ai me uuaniy biore EQUAL TO TAILOR-MADE Most people find it hard to get together at one time the price of fist-class clothing. Under our z CREDIT PLAN you buy the best Uen's, Boys', Children's SUITS AND OVERCOATS, LADIES' SUITS, CLOAKS AND SKIRTS YOU ONLY PAY $1.00 $5.00 PER noimi f ii Our guarantee to keep your suit in repair fev 12 months is sufficient proof that only the best materials go into our garro Cash or credit is all the same to us as Industrious people pay their debts. MONARCH CLOTHING CO., 403 CHURCH ST. Opposite Maxwell House. annual sermon Sunday aftermeon at the Fifth Avenue Baptist Church. :Mr. M. H. Freeman,.. Grand Lecturer of the Knights .of Wise Men, is out of the city this week visiting the subordi nate lodges. Miss Olivia Weakley, of Patterson street, has recovered sufficiently to en SARY. The twenty-fourth anniversary of the Zion Baptist Church and pastor, Rev. Joseph. Kell, was celebrated Sunday, November 14, 1909. A love feast of the members was held at 11 o'clock. - At 3 p.m. Mr. W. . R. Cole, the sneaker of the afternoon, said THE DELMCO RESTAURANT First-class Meals served at all hours on European and American Style. SODA WATERS, ICECREAM, AND DELICA TESSEN LUNCHES. TYleals, 15 and 25 Cts. Lunchee, lOc. SPECIAL RATi S BY WEEK OR MONTH. MOO and 902 Cedar Street. (The SPA Old Stand.) MRS. JENNIE TRAMMELL, Prop. F. II . TIIANMELL, Uen. Mgr. eoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocooooooooesd THE t rv w"u; ' h many good things concerning the r:uV:r:rTr"r pastor and his business connections m .v v mi v. u with him for twenty-twe years. At the A M E Church nlht a PrSram wa3 rendered con- htw,' xt t!! w,.Mf sisting of papers, talks and music. lx)ng and Miss Ida Mai have returned e ctolr furnl-hed excellent music home after spending several weeks out of the city. , Miss Sadie Stratton, of North Nash- DEATH OF MR. ANDREW RUCKER vine, returned to tne city baturaay After undergoing an operation at night, after spending four months lnLv. nUv TTncniti week for that Memphis, where she has been quite awful maiady, appendicitis, Mr. -An- 13 now convairacmg. drew Ruckeri wfco nVed some dls- Miss Janie r. nodge, or bevenn Ilt th. Nniensvnift nlke. avenue, South, who has been under dled Monday m0rning. He was pwu uiuicui nuiu yjr. n. x. uu- brother to Mrs. A. S. and W. D, er, is mucn improved. ... Rucker and leaves a hest of rela- The Mt. Olive uaptist unurcn ciosea tlV9 and 6UrvlvIng friendg m0Urn uieir iaii revival ouuuay uigui wnu M ino(1 ii rru l n A c I DlS lu8B- Aav n f f ay fliA 11 rtVlanlr aorvlooo f Vi a I baDtizine beinc a nathetic scene. Rev. DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR. S. S. Cumbv Dreached and conducted Theladieaof Phillip's Chapel, South the meeting, which was a great sue- Nashville, of the C. M. E. Church, gave cess. Rev. Cumby is a member of the an entertainment in honor of their Mt Olive Church, which makes it pastor, Rev. D. D. Venabie, at nis resi quite interesting to know that he was dence. It will be remembered that able to conduct a meeting at his home Rev. Venabie Is the energetic young church. reacher, who recently joined tne irav ellng connection of the C. M. E. Church. He has opened a little Mi WEDNESDAY MUSICAL CLUB. Bl(m QR Maury gtreet at the B 0. hall The Wednesday Musical Club met 6, ; a good 1 work among with Mrs R. S. White Wednesday ruc VL T.i, V afternoon, November 10, when the ,8 one of tjose who re full of push, vim and determination, and usually when he gets behind a following officers for the year President; Miss Anita Scott, Vice u maKe3 President Miss M. M. Huntex, Sec- ta SSSSS n,. tt n another C. M. E. Church In South urer; Critic to be supplied; Reporter, hv Those whe enjoyed th Maggie Malone, Mr. and Mrs Stewart Patton. Mrs. Ethel Chadwell, Rav. Mrs. Cameron. Bach was the com poser discussed at this meeting and an instructive paper upon his life was ::".T .,r , "V:,,;"! Rutherford and wife, Mrs. Utly,Mrs Zonn Mabel Brown, Mrs. Tenny Satterfield, numbers consisting of piano, vocal J n onH and violin solos were given, followed by the discussion of the October Etude, led by Miss Caruthere. Prof. Berry., of Walden University, was the Mayb that Headache caused by defective eyesight or badfy adjusted Better See C V. ROMAN, Fh. D., W., Oculist aind Aurlst Nashulll Tanneaa, Mr. Andrew Martin, Mrs. Bruer and Mr. J. L. Leach. At a late hour a tw course menu was served. MURFREESBORO NOTES. The Old I'olks Concert given at Key's Chapel Monday evening was quite a success. The house was crowded to its utmost capacity and every one present seemed tb enjoy the program. One number of the program that deserves special mention was a duet sung by Mrs. Dora Douglass and her father, Mr. James Eules. Mrs. Addie Simmons Is president of the Society that gave the concert. Mr. Cuy Hamilton, of Nashville, was guest of Miss Johnnie O'Neal Sunday. COPELAND HOTEL 1 1 1 FOURTH AVLM1E, SOUTH, NASHVH1E, TENN. The Only First-class Hotel in the City for Colored People HOT AND COLD BATHS For Ladies and Gentlemen, an Up-to-Date Shaving Parlor in same Building. Rates S 1.00 Per Day. Special rates by Week or Month. Phone, Maln-2876. J. H. COPELAND AND MRS. C. M. HORTON. Proprietor! OCCCCCOOMOOOOOOOCCOTOOOC)OOC I. L. MOOR Bi Residence Phone. Main 4092-Y. T. CLAY MOO RR, Notary Public, Manager Real Estate Department People's Savings Bank & Trust Co., Residence Phone, Main 3203. T. CEAY MOORE & CO., LICENSED REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENTS, 410 CEDAR STREET, OFFICI PHOXB, MAIN 2554. NASHVILLE TENNESSEE. IV. D. RUCKER, DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 7ki, Bail 4ISS-L 451 EigUk Ire., I 3-ft-moa. Lodge Furniture. We are prepared to supply every subor dinate lodge of the A. F. & A. M. within tbe jurisdiction of Tennessee or any other state with beautiful UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS, TA BLES, PEDESTALS, ALTARS and any thing in the line of chairs for che assembly hall that they may be in need of. Our prices are within reach of every lodge. For further information call or write the Church Supply Department OF THE SATIOSU BAPTIST PIBLISIIIK, BOAR 52 3 Second Avenue. North. NhrI, Tnn NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. This Is to certify that John B. Poln dexter, who haa been acting aa our asent in East Nashville, Mooretown and other parts of the city, Is no long er connected with the Nashville Globe. The public will please take notice. NASHVILLE GLOBE. ' COTTAGES ON Horton Street ta&a So. Market Street Smiley Street (East Nashville) !..""'" 1 Summitt Avenue " tag South Cherry Street ma Edtehill Street tul Trimble Street !..!!.!."; Sm Mai vina Street hm Maury Street m. And others on Maple Street. Hynes St" jo John ston, Jefterson, Second Ave. and others. RICHARD HILL. REAL ESTATE. 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