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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1910.
OUT OF TOWN NOTES. MARTIN NOTES. Beautiful Junction Lodge G. U. O. 0. F. will have their annual Thanks giving celebration Sunday, 22nd, at the M. E. Church, followed by a Ham Banquet Monday, 23rd, at Martin's hall. The pastor and members of the Bap tist Church are preparing to begin their spring revival. Miss Linnie Long has gone to Waverly to have charge of the music for the closing exercises of the public school. She will also take charge of the A. M. E. choir and assist in the SOCIETY BADGES All Styles and Prices. -- . . ...t. - .- .V.;i A:?! '!:'? .'.,' v. VSXSi "l"1 .'". ' J iw . a ?! '' it KUifrM ':. ' . , f " ' i , . i ' ' v v ' i . - .: i ( J r ' ?. i preparation of the music for the con ference. The institute for colored teachers will be held here early in July and continue three weeks. Rev. Ellis and his people are pre paring to have a new parsonage erected in time for the conference in November. Miss Mary Baugh, who has been attending school at Roger Williams University, at Nashville, has returned. IDc are prepared to make all kinds of badges for so cieties and associations a prices that are as reason able as can be had any where. 5T)cVj are made of the bes1 satin ribbon, stamped with pure gold leaf and trim med with imported gold bullion fringe. x MURFREESBORO NOTES. A beautiful home wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mitchell on last Thursday evening, trie contracting parties being Mrs. Mamie Vaughn and Mr. Young blood. Rev. Weatherby tied the nup tial knot. The bride looked hand some in a soft blue flannel with real lace trimming. The groom wore black. Only a limited number of friends witnessed the ceremony. A number of useful presents were giv en them, among which was a hand some water set given by the House hold of Ruth, of which Mrs. Young- blood has been Worthy Recorder for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Youngblood have many friends here who wish them a happy voyage over the Matrimonial Sea. The Nightingale Quartet gave two concerts here last wecik; Wednesday night at Alexander's Pleasure Garden, Thursday night at Bradley's Acade my. A large crowd was in attendance each night. The quartet is always welcome here. Rightly havo they been named, for they show themselves to be queens of song. Rev. W. A. Anderson, pastor of the A. M. E. Church, preached two power ful sermons Sunday. The members are very proud of him as he is a very tnergetic man and a forceful speaker. He is doing a great work for that congregation. They are now prepai ing for a May festival which will take place Monday, May 23, to which the public is invited. And the first Sunday in June will lie devoted to dedicatorial services of the church and very likely a number of outof-town friends will be present. The 2nd annual appearance of Brad- ey Literary Club was held at. Key Chapel Monday evening, May 16, with Miss M. E. Howland as Conductress. wo hours was spent with "Dunbar." Some of his best works was given to a listening audience by speakers who have won themselves a name. Among the most pleasing of which was "Dat ol' mare o' mine," by Miss Annie ou Ransom." Between the hours an Operetta was rendered by the Girls' Glee Club and Male Quartet, entitled the "Flower Nymph's Surprise." That was a concert within itself. Mis3 E. Darden was pianist. The Junior exercises of Bradley Academy will be held Tuesday, and Commencement Friday from the B. A. Building. Of the several graduates, three were from the First Baptist Church, four from the M. E. Church and two from Mt. Zion Baptist Church. No little encouragement should be given the young folks to press "onward and upword." Invitations are out announcing the Seventh Annual Banquet of tie "So Different Club" to be held Friday evening at the Red Cedar Pleasure Garden. It promises to be one of the most brilliant affairs ever given by that club of young men. Rev. R. T. Weatherby preached a orceful sermon to the Bradley stud ents Sunday. The impression he made upon the minds of that faculty and the students will be long remembered Miss Lady E. Louise Phillips is e pected to be in the city this week. Miss Erie A. Childress has re turned home. Mrs. Bura Stewart and Miss Pearl Childress are visiting Mr. and Mrs John Jetton. Miss Lucile Butler is at home from Nashville. Miss Sadie Williams was one of the '10 class from Walden. She is a Mur- freesboro girl of whom we are proud Rev. and Mrs. Nelson Jarrett and family have moved on Myrtle street. Two or three conveyances will be run to Chapel Hill Sunday to a big rally which is to be held at Mt. Ver non Baptist Church, of which Rev. J W. Butler is pastor. Mrs. Lula Jordan and Miss Flor ence Kirk will spend the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. F. Ewlng, of Chapel Hill. Preparatory School. Efforts have been and are being made to make this the best closing . in the history of the school. The annual sermon will be preached Monday night, May 23, by Dr. T. W. Johnson, pastor of Clark Memorial, Nashville, Tenn. On Tues day night an operetta, "Pauline," will be rendered by the primary classes. Wednesday night will witness the ex hibition of the Literary Society. This exercise is attracting some considera ble attention. The subject for discus sion is "Resolved That the Prohibi tion Laws of Tennessee Shall be Abolished." The affirmative side will be represented by Messrs. H. T. Cros by and Walter S. Walker, while Messrs. J. H. Mayberry and John Ca they will look after the negative side. Thursday night will witness the ex hibition of the intermediate classes interspersed with that of the musical department. Friday night will con clude the closing exercises of the school. On that night will occur the graduating exercises of tnose com pleting the eighth grade. There will not be any graduates from the High School Department this year. In point of attendance and interest shown in the work, this has been the most successful year in" the history of the school. Great efforts will be made to put the school on even high er basis next year than it has ever been. Mr. John Cathey, a student of Cen- terville Preparatory School, made a business trip to Aliens Creek last week. Miss Maggie Walker is visiting riends and relatives in Gray's Bend this week. Mrs. D. Vaughn is spending some time at Pinewood visiting friends and relatives. She will soon leave or Oklahoma, where she will join her husband. They will make Okla homa their future home. HILARY . ilOWSE. PHONE. Win its? FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS 1 TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY. We Cm Furnuh Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen. We Tke Old Goods u First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly. 304-300 BROADWAY. THE JAMES 0, BOONE CLOTHING COMPANY cordially invites you to call and inspect their line of $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 All Wool. Ready-to-Wear Clothing 510 Church Nashville, Tennessee c. Write os for prices and specifications. stating the number of badges you want. National Baptist Publishing Boar4 R. 11. BOYD. Sec'y. a2i Second Ave Pi NASIIYllf. TLNN at IE 01 mmm restaurant First-class Meals sarred at all hours oa European and American Style. SODA WATEKS, ICECREAM, AND DELICA TESSEN LUNCHES. Meals, 15 and 25 Cts. Lunches, lOc. SPECIAL KATFS BY WEEK OR MONTH. 00 and 902 Cedar Street.'(The SPA Old Stand.) MKS. JESSIE TRABIMELL, l'rop. F. II. TKAMMELL, Gen. Mgr. OC3000O0CXOCX0O00O000CKX)0O000 8 srr LEWISBURG NOTES. The Literary Society was organized at the A. M. E. Church last Tuesday night. The officers elected were Car- ie Houston, President; M. G. Woods, Vice-President; M. E. Woods, Secre tary; Myrtle B. Brown, Assistant Sec- etary; Annie P. Davis, Critic; Fran ces Copeland, Treasurer; Will Steel, Sergeant-at-Arms. The officers were congratulated by Rev. P. S. Majors, of the Baptist Church. The hours were pleasantly spent by all who were present. Interesting talks were made by Prof. M. L. Jones and wife, Dr. L. E. Martin, Rev. P. S. Majors and lev. G. W. Hodge. All made encour aging remarks on and in behalf of such worthy work as that done by this society. Mrs. Florence Grandberry and Mrs. Millie Austin are visiting friends in Columbia. Little Miss Nora Turner, of Dyers- burg, is visiting her father, Rev. H. . Turner. Mrs. S. H. Davis and family attended the decoration at Cedar Grove last 410 ILDAK MKEIyI, Saturday. They report having a pleasant time. Rev. W. M. Turner and nephew, Mr. R. V. Turner, of Nashville, were the ruests of their relatives and friends last Sunday Miss Maymie Mayberry, who has THE COPELAND HOTEL 111 FOURTH AVLME. SOUTH, NASHVILLE. TENN. 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The meeting Miss Maud Minor, a popular county was opened by prayer and singing, school teacher, died at her home on after -which the roll was caiiea, eacn pas.tm strt last Wednesday evening member present responding "with a after a short illness. The funeral was quotation. Music furnished by Misses teid at Mt. Olive Church by Rev. E. M. E. Jones and Mattie Davis. Miss jr Seymour. Many very beautiful Clarisia King sang a beautiful solo, designs were presented by numerous "In a mansion." Composition read- friends, and the High School class in ing by M. B. Brown, Liie is a sonooi, whiCh she graduated acted as pall- after which interesting remarks were kearerSi The interment was at Hamp- made by Misses Mattie and Annie r. ton station, the former home of the Davis and Rev. P. S. Majors. rieneased. Miss Lelia Smiley spent last Thurs- The marriase of Miss- Maggie Ru- day and Friday with her cousin, Miss Lolph and Mr. Harvey Beech was lm- Bettie Lou smuey, at rarmingion. hresslvelv solemnized last Thursday Rev. W. M. Turner preached at tha ni.ht. Thfl ceremonv. which was wit- Baptist Church last Sunday night, kessed by only a few friends, was per- Miss Olivia G. Smiley is visiting formed at the residence of the friends at Belfast. bride's parents, bv Rev. C. H. Boone. Rev. P. S. Majors preached the hi muotoai onenine was given at memorial decoration sermon at the C. tlie Canonic Theater Monday night P. Church in East Lewisburg last ty the Twentieth Century Concert Sunday. Band and a large crowd attended. The baccalaureate sermon of tho DAYTON NOTES. High School Graduating Class was HtVa Woolir TTlPtrhUr ATM SOfl. OI DreaCneQ at lUUU VVttlU uaa Dario, Ala., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Church Sunday evening by Rev. 1. J. L. Lee. J. Goodall. No better sermon of this Mr. A. Brayles has gone to Jacks kind has ever been neara in tne cuy. Earn. Tenn., on a business trip. Rev. Goodall told In plain woras wnat Rev. G. A. Cane's class rally at the was expected ot au x-ne siuuema. M. E. Church last Sunday was a sue- Revival began at bt. retera uurui Tuesday nient. Rev. J. Q. Johnson left Monday ior miss May nuwaru onum, t Com Tenn. era Mills, was in x-ne cuy ouuuajr. TVTra Pnrn Tin RtPnhfinS. Of College Dr. AtKinS, CUB OI Witt icittlius yu' ill tJa VyW vy-v V - w 1 - 1A ttih t H ni tMa wPiPir s clans of Indianapolis, ana sister ' - i. l 1 . f . Ail .hlN ItTAAU nfo TMi-otfc a fThattpn. or criatta- sneni a aay in m who ,ro rrann ,a , thfl Htv on hnsi- Dr. R. T. Burt delivered a lecture ness this week. on Tuberculosis at Guthrie, Ky., last tvtc TTor0ta rnipmA.n. of Lexine- Friday night by the request of tao ton, Ky., 13 visiting her mother, Mrs. people and a very large and enthusi astic audience greeted mm. merce street Saturday afternoon, com plimentary to Revs. Underwood and Seymour. The house was beautifully decorated with cut-glass and flowers An exquisite six-course menu wa9 served. Mesdames W. T. Macrea, A W. Firse and Elliott were guesU for the occasion. Mrs. Casey proved her self an ideal hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Major Poindexter had a family reunion a short time ago, lut owing to the inclemency of the weather very few guests attended, the enly visitors being Mr. H. K. Reeves and Mr. Willis Bryant. The entire family was present, there being Mr. and Mrs. Scott Page and children, Rev. Wm. Poindexter, Mr. and MYs. LJgon Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cowherd and children. After many cordial welcomes the family assem bled at the table, where prayer was said. Mr. P. H. Quarles, the grand father and great-grandfather, and Mr. Major Poindexter made some brief re marks, after which a delicious six- course menu was served all. See Geo. C. Dabney at 109 S. First street for the Globe. cess. CENTERVILLE NOTES. This is examination week Centerville Preparatory School. are trying to be promoted. Even the slothful who have been sleep- in? all of the Quarter are now opening wide their eyes and are mak ing strenuous efforts to put on paper what they should have learned during the quarter. The teachers, Judging from the papers already examined, expect some Improvement over last nnarter. The examination will close . . . i ill . lrn . 'rl..rrfV.a "Vsl ATtUI Tl aTat Tne Tclock T Ne,t weTkTm ' Rev GerWashlngton, of South Mrs. Lula F. Casey elaborately en brcommencement week at Centerville Dayton, preached a soul-stirring ser- tertalned at her residence on Com SHELBYVILLE NOTES. The town Is alive this week with d'fferent attractions. The closing ex ercises of the public schools, both white and colored, the preliminary closing of Turner Normal College and a street fair. The people are kept busy deciding day after day where to go at night The public school exercises began Monday night and continues through the week, winding up with the grad uating exercises of the High School department. Mrs. Maria C. Kenny, of Nashville, will deliver the annual address to the graduates. Mrs. Kenny is a na tive of this place. The Nightingale Quartette of Tur ner Normal College gave two excel lent concerts In Murfreesboro last week; the first at the Alexander Park and the next at tho Bradley Academy.