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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911.
( Phone Main 166 HARLEY-HOLT Furniture, Stoves and Range We Furnish Your Hi me Complete m M A 001UR OR 1VV0 UCHWUHV!U Ve invite you all to come and visit our Store 317 BROADWAY CLARKSVILLE NOTES. Rev. G. W. Porter left Sunday night for Mobile, Ala., where he Mill, de liver an address to the United Coun cils of the A. M. E.f C. M. E. and Zicn Churches, this week. He will return by way of Memphis and spend soveral days there. On Monday night, February 6, there was a general class reunion at St. Peter's A. M. E. Church, which was attended by an overflowing crowd. After having an excellent class-meeting, all went down stairs, where hot coffee, sandwiches and cake were served froe to every one who wished to partake. This was one of the grandest reunions of St. Peter's Church. The total collection for Sunday and Monday night was nearly $50.00 Mrs. Alex Dortch, who has been vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kesee and family on Paradise street, left Mon day night for St. Louis to spend a day with Miss Willie Kesee. From there she will go" to Denver, Col. Mr. Willie White and Miss Edna Hughes were united in marriage Thursday night at the home of her mother on Marion street. The Crescent Circle of Fifth Ward met at the residence of Mrs. George Cross, Commerce street, Monday, Feb ruary 6. Twenty-six ladies, Revs. Harris and Seymour were present. Rev. Seymour sang a solo which touched the hearts of allpresent. A luncheon of sandwiches, taffies and tea was served. The circle will meet Monday evening at three o'clock, February 13, at the home of Mrs. HVTollio Dix, South Clarksville. The Ministerial Conference of Ciarksville was called to order by the president at 10 o'clock February 7, at Fifth Ward Baptist Church. Mt. Ol ive Sunday-School good; collection $1.40. Pastor preached morning and night; collection for day $29.02; E. M. Seymour, pastor. Concord Baptist Church good; collection $10.30. St. John Church good; attendance 62; collection $1J03; preaching at 11 o'clock, 3 in the afternoon, and night by Rev. W. S. Pettus, and at 6 o'clock Dr. E. W. D. Isaac, of Nashville, de livered a masterful address. The speaker was given $1.35, while the church collection was $32.80. This church is without a pastor. Fifth Ward Baptist Church Sunday school good; Dr. E. W. D. Isaac de livered a masterly sermon to an ap preciative audience. The pastor, Rev. G. L. Harris, preached at night. On Friday night, February 4, the members of the high school class, taught by Prof. H. R. Merry, were given a rare treat in the form of a lecture delivered by Dr. Robt T. Burt, on Hygiene of the air and digestion," which was excellently delivered. The doctor also brought his microscope and made somme demonstrations of tubercular baciilli. This is the first of a series of lectures arranged by Prof. Merry, and Dr. Burt will be followed by Drs. S. Jefferson and C. II. Kelly. The Know Nothing Club met at the residence of Miss Bess Hamilton, of Tenth street. Quite a few were pres ent. DAYTON NOTES. Mrs. Lizzie B. Martin has returned from a visit to Mrs. Shockley Martin. On Monday the Ladies' Missionary Society met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter rgans. A most success ful meeting was held. The handi work of the society was put upon the market, bringing satisfactory prices. After the regular routine of business a delicious menu was served in six courses. The sick are Mrs. W. F. Roberts, W. M. Kelly, Mrs. Minnie White, Henry Thornton. Phone Main 166 GO.. 7 V Your Old Fur niture Taken in Exchange for New. J Mr. Jack White, who has been quite ill, is out again. Rev. Jjtmes Franklin, the superin tendent of the Baptist Sunday-school, was absent last Sunday for the first time since September. Mrs. J. L. Lee, who has been ill, is out again. DEATH OF MR. THOMAS L. RID LEY. Mr. Thomias L Ridley, of Sylvan avenue, East Nashville, who had been confined to his bed for several months, died Monday, February 6. Mr. Ridley had been for twelve years or more a pressman at the National Baptist Publishing House, and was very punctual at his post of duty. Some years ago he professed a hope in Christ and united his mem bership with tho Sylvan Street Bap tist Church, from which place the fu neral was held Wednesday afternoon. The funeral services were very im pressive and were conducted by Rev. W,m. Haynes, pastor of the church. Dr. R. H. Boyd, Secretary of the Na tional Baptist Publishing Board, made some touching eulogies on the life of th3 deceased. Appropriate music was furnished by the church choir on the opening of tho services, and they were after wards SUDDlemonted hv a chnma frnm ! the Publishing House. Mr. J. Blaino iJoyd sang in a very touching way, "Thy Will Be Done." Several large and beautiful floral designs from friends and employees of the Publishing Board attested the esteem in which Mr. Ridley was held by his associates. The wife and two daughters, broth er and sisters who survive him have the sympathy of a host of friends. - DR. CLARENCE GOWDEY DIES IN TEXAS. The funeral services of Dr. Clar ence Gowdey. who died in El Paso. Texas, last week, were held from St. raul A. M. E. Church Wednesday aft noon of this week. Dr. Gowdey had been in ill health for several months and had eone to Texas in the hope that his condition would be benefited. His wife ac companied him and was with him when the end came. When the news of Dr. Gowdev's death reached this city his mother, Mrs. Saunders, and uncle, Dr. J. Ira Watson, left immediately for Hender son to meet the wife with the re mains, on their arrival there. Mr. and Mrs. Cabell, the parents of Mrs. Gowdey met them in St. Louis, Mo, and accompanied them to Henderson, where impressive services were held, betorc the start to Nashville was made. Dr Gowdey was a medical erraduate of Meharry Medical College and had ror a number of years enjoyed a lu crative practice in Henderson, Ky., where he had a beatiful home. He was a native of Nashville, being the son of Mrs. Taylor Saunders, of High street, who is a member of the well-known Watson family of this city. Several years ago Dr. Gowdey was married to Miss Viola Cabell, of Henderson, Ky., who survives him. The body, accompanied by several members of the family and loving friends, arrived in Nashville Tuesday night and was conveyed to the resi dence of Mr. and . Mrs. Taylor Saun ders. Wednesday afternoon a large gath ering of friends assembled in the auditorium of St. Paul Church to show their Bast respects to one who was so well loved. The services were conducted by Rev. W. Sampson Brooks, who spoke in the highest terms of the life and work of the deceased. Very appro I IN priate music was rendered by the choir. Many beautiful floral designs came from friends far and near, as did also letters of condolence. Pall-bearers: Honorary Drs. H. T. Noel, R F. Boyd, C. O. Hadley, S. S. Caruthers, A. M. Townsend, J. B. Singleton. Active Messrs. R. B. Hardeman, Henry Gibson. Henry Cameron, Thos. Radcliff, pleas Perkins, James Davis. Dr. Gowdey is survived by his wife, mother and many relatives and friends. IMPROVEMENTS AT GREEN WOOD. There is being quiie a deal of im provement made .at Greenwood Park. The grand stand which was destroyed by fire over a year ago, is in course of erection, but wil not be as large as the old one. It will be more modern in every respect. There has also been erected a modern kitchen and an up-to-date dining-hall for the con venience of the patrons, who will vis it the park during the summer, as well as for the handling of the large crowd that Is expected to attend the chautauqua. Another improvement that has been added to the park and which will prove an attraction is the opening of a riding school which was announced by the manager of the park last week. The school will . be in charge of a gentleman who owns a horse that will rival the celebrated Jim Key in intelligence. It is con templated that lessons in riding and driving will be given each afternoon as soon as the wreather opens up. Scores of additional shade trees are also being put out. All of these im provements are being made so the park can open with the beginning of the spring and summer season. BANQUET AT TABERNACLE BAP TIST CHURCH. There was given an elaborate ban quet at Tabernacle Baptist Church Monday night in honor of the newiy elected teachers and superintendent. Music by the choir and speaking by several prominent ministers of the city. After the exercises were over the invited guests from the different ehuirehes and Sunday-schools re paired to the dlnlng-S'oom. The pastors were seated to them selves and the Superintendents and their wive3 and friends at another table. The menu consisted of six courses. After supper they all went home filled with good things that were pre pared by Mrs. Belle Demoss, chair man and Miss Annie Moplns as secre tary. ,' ' - REV. A. J. STOKES, OF ALABAMA. There was In the city, this week the Rev. A. J. Stokes, D. D., Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mont gomery, Alabama. Dr. Stokes is treasuier of the National Baptist Convention and is chairman of the Union-Review Publishing Committee. It is not definitely known just what the mission of Dr. Stokes in Nash ville was, but it is rumored that he was here trying to make some defi nite arrangements that will continue the denomination's . official organ as such, as each of the boards Is sup posed to contribute toward the main tenance of the editor's salary. It was naturally thought he was here for that purpose, as well as to lo-oK after other features of the denomina tional work. Dr. Stokes, a number of years ago, pastored at Clarksville and was at that time well known in Nashville. DEATH OF MISS GEORGIA CLAN TON CECIL. On Wednesday of this week, Miss Edna Clanton, who is with the Bap tist Publishlne Board, received a telegram from her mother, at De catur, 111., informing her of tne aeatn of her sister, Mrs. Georgia Clanton Cecil. The cause of the death was not stated but it was learned that she had been sick for several months. The funeral tock place in Decatur, 111., from the home place of the fam ily, which is considerably scattered, owing to school and work, two brothers being in Washington, D. C, while the father, Dr. Clanton, is dean of Selma University. BAPTIST STATE EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING. The executive board of the Misi slonary and Educational Convention of Tennessee, met with the Sylvan Street Baptist Church, Wm. Haynes pastor. The meeting was called to order by Rev. T. J. Searcy, D. D., Chairman. Prayer by Rev. A. W. Porter, pastor Fifteenth Avenue Bap tist Church, Nashville, Tenn. The following members were pres ent: T. J. Searcy, D. D.; A. W. Por ter; II. C. Swain, A. M. Towsend, M. D.; G. B. Taylor; G. P. Woodson and J. S. Swift. Proxies by Rev. E. M. Lawrence, Rev. J. C. Loll, P. H. Wat son, Rev. D. Ingram, Rev. Wm. Col lier, Rev. J. T. Bradshaw and A. L. Bartlett. The minutes of the last meeting was read and adopted which con tained a communication from Rev. L. 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You must be prompt to secure either. Better mail this coupon today. Sterna ?fi Sbmcgsfi dent of Missions read the reports of the missionaries. By motion the reports were adopted. AFTEBNOOX SESSION. The minutes of the morning session were read and adopted. Rev. . E. M. Lawrence made some remarks in re gard to Nelson Merry College. Motion prevailed that the next board meeting be held at Knox ville in. April and a special rally be for Nelson Merry College. The following program was ar ranged: 1st. Church School ..r. By Rev. "Wm. Haynes, Bth. 2nd. Doctrinal Sermon ....... .By Rev. C. II. Clark, D.. D. 3rd. States duty to the educating of its. ministers By J. T. Searcy, D. D. 4th. Laymen's duy to the church: . '.By A. M. Townsend, M. D. 5th. The Baptist duty to the youth. ..Rev. G. B. Taylor EVENING SESSION. A motion prevailed that a com mittee on resolutions of condolence of the death of Rev. W. H. Hurd, e ap pointed. Comittee Rev. "VVm. Haynes, Bth; Rev. T. J. Searcy, D. D.; A. O. Ken ny, Dr. A. M. Townsend. A motion prevailed that Dr. C. H. Clark report the doing of the the board to the paper. It was also agreed that the president call a meeting of the moderators of the state to resi trict the " state for the purpose of raising $5,000.00 at the State Conven tion which meets at Clarksville. in July. The Chairman introduced Prof. J. W. Johnson, president of Roger Williams University, who made some remarks showing the progress of the university. The minutes of the State Conven tion are now ready for distribution and we want to ask that each churcn send In as much as 30 cents for the purpose of circulating them. A PLEASANT EVENING. An enjoyable affair waa the stag card party given by Mr. John A. Gal loway Monday evening. A limited number being invited. At a late hour a tempting menu was served. Those present were Messrs. Overton Carter, Ira Davis, Earnest Alexan der, Andy and H. Jordan Stocgard, Epperson Bond, Joseph, Willis and Robert Suggs. John A. 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Wlschester, Ky., February 8-A r4 port has reached here that Miss Katie Shackelford, Miss Mattie Shackel ford, Mr. Fowler Lisle and Mr. Tom my Lisle were drowned In the-Kentucky River. They were returning from a party and their boat capsized Search i3 being made for their bodies, but it Is difficult to make much head way owing to the high water. MEETING AND LECTURE. The Knowles School Alliance will , hold their regular meeting at the school Friday, Feb. 17, 1911, at 2:30 p. m. On acount of the very inclement weather which forbode a poor attendance the lecture to have been given by Dr. F. A. Stewart was postponed , and will be given Friday, Feb. 17. Subject: Contagious Dis eases among Children. Dr. Stewart has prepared an interesting and in structive lecture and together with the members of tho Alliance desires the presence of a large number of patrons and friends. 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