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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1910.
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I)., Serrtry PHONES, M. 1230, M. 1119 523 SKCOM) AVKM'i:, NOKTII, Nashville, - Tennessee OUT OF TOWN NOTES. BRENTWOOD NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Green Hunt were en tertained Sunday at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hunt. Mrs. Hortena Owens and Miss Ben lah Pe; 1:1ns wore In Franklin Satur day. Mr. Scott Clayborne was in Frank lin Sunday visiting the bedside of his sick mother, Mrs. Frank Clayborne. Miss Dessie Johnson was here Sun day. Rev. Moslev preached a wonderful sermon last Sunday night. The followins are on the sick list: Misses Sadie and ,Annie M. Cole and Mrs. Nannie Pointer . Miss Mary Hunt is getting up again. . LEWISBURG NOTES. Miss Alma L. Jones, who is teach- no- music n miasm, is nere vis ing her parents, Prof, and Mrs. M. L. Jorics, on Belfast avenue. Mr. Con Ewiug- and Misses Wlllia Mai and Hallie Ewing, of Columb a, made a flying tr'p here last Monday. We are elad to have Mr. and Mrs. John Brandon, who have n.oved from Mooresville in our town; we extend to them a hearty welcome. The infant daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dysart died last Wednes day. The interment was at . East .ewisburg Cemetery. CLARKSVILLE NOTES. Miss Katie M. Taylor and Mr. O. L. Williams, of Spokane, Wash., were united in marriage, at Couer De Laino, Idaho, on last Weon-esday, No vember 30th. Miss Taylor formerly dived in this city, hut left several years ago. They will be at tne nome of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jerry Proudy. of 177 Dodd street, on or about December 23rd. At nr. S Jefferson s dental parlors, mfi South Third street, reserved seat tickets for colored people, for all at tractions at Elder's Opera House are on sale. Mr. Oscar Dabney Has aiso hppn annointed as usher in the col ored Teserved seat department which will insure the theatre goers, best of satisfaction. Mr. John iKellv. formerly of this city but who has been living in Evansville, Ind., for some time, came to the city several weeks ago very ill. un last Wednesday he died at the home of hU mother, Mrs. Sue Ritter on Gupton avenue. The funeral services were held at the residence of his mother, at 2:00 o'clock, Thursday. On last Tuesday. December bur, an enjoyable social was given at the res idence of IMra. Nannie Jackson, on Commerofi street, in honor of her daughters, Cora and Annie. The hours were pleasantly spent in con versation and various games. At a ate hour, a two-course menu, consist n,sr of salad, coffee, fruit, ice cream and cakes was served. Among those nresemt were. Misses Dora Harrison, Hattie Floyd, Ollie Grant, Alice Mc- DoIp. Frankie Burkes, Lucille, wary and Ophelia Smith, Johnie and Sam- niie Perrv: Messrs. Jesse Juervwemer, Louis Griffey, Edgar Dirt, Guy Dyer, George and Oscar iDaoney, uiaue Floyd, Dave Gibson and Chas. Keesee. All enjoyed themselves very much. Mr. Jones, who keeps a restaurant ust oooosite the L. and N. passenger depot, has been very sick for the past few months. There is little hope for his recovery Mr. Ira Weavers, formerly of this Ht.v. hut. now of Nashville. Tenn., is in. the city visiting his mother, Mrs. Bettie Weavers, on college street, ne intends spending the holidays here. CUNNINGHAM NOTES. Rev. T. D. Hamilton, the pastor of Sulphur Spring A. M. E. Church, has returned from Fulton, Ky., where he has been preparing to move his family here soon. Rev. Hamilton was ap pointed to this place as pastor of the A. M. E Church last November. We trust that his pastoral reign shall be one of success. We also welcome lie coining family. The students of the A. M. E. Cliurch eave an entertainment on Thanksgiv ing night, for educational purposes, which was quite a success realizing the stfm of ten dollars dear. Mr. -ind 'Mrs. John Skinner, of C'arksville, were the guests of Mrs. Eliza Wiley, Thanksgiving day. 'Mrs. Penny Hurney has boon cailed to the bedside of her son in Madlson vil'e. Ky. Mr. Joseph T.edford, of St. Louis, is visiting his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins. Mr. Henry Sliolston, of St Louis, is visit in?? bis mother, Mrs. R. Hopkins. Mr. Solomon Rainey died at his home lately. He was a member of the A. M. E. Church, ao a member of V. O. T. R. T. To the bereaved fam i'y their friends extend their sympa thy. MASON NOTES . Mr. Frederick Lion Clayborne was seriously cut by his comrade, Mr. Alfred Cranberry, last week. Mr. Clayborne seems to le doing very well but. his recovery is doubted. Miss Blanch Stewart is visiting her sister. Mrs. B S. Link, in Memphis. Slie will siend several weeks in the Bluff city. , ' Mr. Farland and Miss Nellie Stewart were among the number who left to LUJVJP, per ton 34 B SIX PHONES i From attend the C. M. E. Conference at Memphis. Miss Esther Lee Fields was the guest of Mrs. F. D. Buffie last Sunday afternoon. Two corpses arrived here last Sun day from Memphis. One being the sister of Mrs. Ed. Fields and the other was Mrs. Katie Heay. Tne remains of Mrs. Fields' sister were carried to the residence of Mrs. Fields', where they remained for interment last Mon day. The remains of Mr3. Seay were taken to the residence of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Rosabell Lacy, where they were held for funeral and interment Monday. She is survived by a hus band, one infant baby girl four months : old and one sister, Miss Annie Burch-1 ett and two brothers, Alexander and Wavey Burchett, and a host of rela tives and friends.. The interment took pl?.ee in the colored Magnolia Ceme tery. Mr. Henry Porter spent a part of Sunday and Monday in Brownsville. He was highly entertained by a lady friend while in the Bluff city. Rev. Robert Jones was in the Bluff, city last week. Rev. Jones is a pow erful man both spiritually and finan cially. Alexander Chapel M. E. Church planning to build a concrete church and she made her first start last Sun day. There were ten captains and cut of that number only six. re ported. Their reports were as follows: Captain No. 2. Mrs. F. H. Alexander,. $92.35: captain No. 3, Mrs. U S. Sydnor, $40.1.0; captain No. 5, Mrs. Sarah Somerville, $50.20; captain Vo. 7, Mrs. Fanny H. Ilughett, $14.75; r-aptain No. 8. 'Mrs. Eliza McBride, 7.30: enptain No. 10, Mrs. B. P. Fields, $11.00; total, $217.70. It is said that Hie other four will excel these six cap ta'ns when they report. The project is to build a concrete structure for tho amount of $2,500, including the pews. We, the Mason people, extend our hearty congratulations and sincere wishes to the Hon. J. O Napier, who has been recently appointed by the President as Register of the Treasury of the United States. Mrs. A. H. Stewart will entertain the young ladies and genitlemen at her residence on the 27th Inst, with a new item. "The Donkey Party." The proceeds will go to Captain No. 1, Mrs A. II. Stewart, for the benefit of the new concrete church. The funeral services of Mrs. Katie Seav were held In Alexander Chapel Monday at 11 a. m.. and were conduct. cd by Rev. H. P. Gordon, pastor or AI evander Chapel Dr. R. S. Fields Is one of the leading co'ored physicians of the town. He has, a large practice and is well equipped in his vocation. The young women and young men SI Forty Years a Favorite: ifvr u u , "A sure cure for that cold feeling." Why not burn the bfist when it cost no more than the other kind? Heat is wliat you want these wintry days heat is what you get when burning St. Bernard. High quality and low prices plus courteous and prompt service, spell economy and satisfaction to the wise coal user. "The proof of the Coal is in the burning." Think it over. 'a - 03.75 NUT, MAIN OFFICE - 38 AH1AB1E RNARD MINING JAMES R. LOVE, Manager Mines Direct to Consumers HILARY jc. HOWSE. 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E. church, preached two able ser mons Sunday and had a very nice con gregation at each service. Rev. A. C. Phillips, pastor of the M, E. church, and Prof. Jones are plan ning to render a nice program on Emancipation day. Mrs. Mary J. Christian, who has been sick 'with rheumatism is improv ing slowly. Mrs. Ida Jones, the up-to-date seam stress, is very busy now, owing to the rush for new dresses for the holidays. ' Rev. W. J. Young was a pleasant caller at the homo of Prof. Jones Sun day and contemplates spending the greater part of the holidays at Pope, Tenn,., the guest of Miss Cora Gott hardt. School is progressing nicely. TULLAHOM A NOTES. On account of t:he ino'emency of the weather the churches have bee7i unable to have their regular services on Sunday, but on last Sunday Rev. J. S. Swift, the popular pastor of the Mount Zion Baptist Church, was able to fill his pulpit and preadhed' to a good audience at each service during the day. Rev. A. 13. 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