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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911.
8 WHITEVILLE NOTES. The Misses Suslo Moore, o Bart ties, and "Vlnle Campbell, of Middle ton, were the guests of Miss Loucilla Price Christmas night. Mrs. Dora Taylor and son, Floyd, of Brlnkley, Ark., are visiting relatives here, Mr. ap.d Mrs. Tom Green. Mr. Joe Harris has just placed in his home a beau tiful organ for his little girls, Misses Bettie Jane and Louella. One of our prettiest marriages occurred here at the Baptist Church Christmas night about eight o'clock. The contracting parties were Miss Ruby R. Norment and Mr. Frank Carnes. Miss Ruble is one of Whiteside's prettiest girls, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse P. Norment, and Mr. Frank Cams is one of Fayette County's best boys, son of Mr. Gyp Carnes. The bride and groom were beautifully dressed. Mr. Bob Irby, of Houston, Texas, is here visiting his mother, brother and sit ter. Mrs. Annie K. White is here at the bedside of her sister and her hus band, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Herron, who are victims of the fever. The Misses Luta Forbs, Cora Johnson, Mattie Ta tum and Mr. Garland Haynes and HILARY E. HOWSE HOWSE FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY We Cm Furnish Your Home Complete fron Parlor to I itchen We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance weekly or Monthly 304-306-308 BROADWAY NASHVILLE, TENN. 1 &LI tut rAMrMK ur l.'i IVZ3 ' I -nsc- m vttt ' Wfert Otters 221-223 Fifth BROWN'S PLACE C. W. BROWN, Proprietor ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO MEALS AND LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS lorcicDAit stiii:i:t HEiVS CLOTHING, HATS, FURNISHINGS Always to be had of us in the very Latest STYLES and at GREAT MONEY SAVING PRICES Look into our Show Windows See for yourself. LOWENSTEIN'S FOURTH AVENUE, COR. DE1DERICK, NEXT TO CAR STATION. 1 John B. Pirtle are here from Lane College to spend the holidays. Mis Cora Mitchell is here also and brought one of her schoolmates with' her. Mr. Tom Rhodes' wife and children spent Christmas night with his sister, Mm. Tom ureen. Mrs. Rhodes lives near Laconia. NOTICE! LAWI LAW! LAW! LAW! I LAW! ; At the solicitation of ten or more ; young men desiring to enter upon : the study of law, all persons who desire to enter with them are request ed to meet at 7 p. m. at my offices, 410 1-2 Cedar street, Monday, January : 1st, 1912, at which time a class for private instruction will be organized. ' If you desire to enter the class it ; will be necessary for you to be pres j ent on this occasion. A full detail ; cf the hours of the class will be ' made known. If for any reason you : are unable to meet me at 7 p. m., you i may call at my office any time after 12 m., of January 1st, 1912. Make I up your mind by that time. ! Yours, It. L. MAYFIELD, Attorney. PHONE, MAIN 1096 BROS. fif Year in and year out, "Queen Quality" Shoes, are demanded by thou sands of women from Portland, Me., to Port land, Ore., for they know the absolute worth and security of this trade-mark. They offer you without extra cost the most cor rect st 1c, glove-like fit, and absolute comfort, Why experiment with unknown makes, when 'Queen Quality' knoiJH worth, is yours? Avenue, North. XAWIIVII.l.i:. TI'INN. J A CORRECTION. In last week's issue announcement was made that Mr. John F. Drown, Jr., and Miss Geneva Bender were to be married early in January, 1912. This is to state that the announce ment wa3 erroneous and unauthorized. COUNCILMAN HARRIS TO DELIV ER EMANCIPATION ORATION IN HELENA, ARK. Mr. S. P. Harris, Councilman from the Third Ward, will leave Saturday night for Helena, Ark. Mr. Harris was selected by the committee of arrangement of the emancipation cel ebration to deliver the oration on this annual event The Negroes in Arkansas are wide awake to the real meaning of the day and a large crowd always assembles to hear the address by some promi nent speaker. Couiii:r.u.n Harris is no stranger in Helena, having practiced law there several years ago. and the crowd that will geet him on that occasion it is i 1 f . i 1 Y if V . v The above is a cut of Boyd's In fmary, 811 Fourth avenue, South. The disMnguifhins features are the up-to-drte appliances that are in vogue. The XL ': ( Weddings. RUCKS-ROBINSON. A most beautif il wedding was sol emnized Sunday night when Mr. Henry Rucks led to the altar Miss Ella Robinson at the home of the bride's parents. The house was fair ly aglow with vari-eolored electric lights. The parlor was festooned with potted plants and evergreens. Thp bride wore a becoming costume, while the groom was appropriately dressed in conventional black. Immediately after the ceremony :he happy pair left for Lebanon, where a big reception was tendered by the groom's parents 4 MITCHELL-MATTHEWS. ' 'In the presence of a host of intimate friends Mr. Joseph Mitchell, of East Saint. Louis, 111., and Miss Pauline Matthews, the daughter of Mrs. Anna Matthews, of 00(5 Shankland street, vere united in holy wedlock at the res idence of the bride's mother by Rev. C. H. Clark. D. D pastor of Mount Olive Baptist Church, Monday night, December 2.".. It was a beautiful home wedding. The maid of honor was Miss Annie Frank Brame. while the bridesmaid was Miss Myrtle Sanford. The best man was Mr. Samuel Tinner, and the groom-man was Mr. II. II. Griff'n. The bride wore a beautiful white crepe do chore, while tho groom wore conventional black. The cere monv was performed at S p. m . after which a reception was held at the res idence from 8 to 10 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell will be at home at 00G Shankland street. TITTLE-WILLIAMS NUPTIALS. An occasion of much interest, owing to its being a link in the chain of pret ty weddings that occurred the week before Christmas, and the prominence of both parties in Nashville's young set. was the wedding of Mirs M. Vir ginia Williams and Mr. A. E. Tittle, at the home of the bride's mother, 528 Lischev avenue. Wednesday evening, December ?.0. at eight o'clock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. Davenport Bushell. The house was artistically decorated with palms and cut flowers. Before the bridal party entered the parlor, Miss Geneva Ben der sang "To the End of the .World with You." Exactly at eight o'clock to the strains of Mendelssohn's Wed ding March, nlayed by Mrs. William Hunt, the bridal party entered the room and was met under an arch of nalms by the officiating minister. The bride was a picture of girlish loveli ness in a white messaline satin, trimmed in lace and seed pearls. The maid of honor, Miss Cassandra Dod son. wore pink mull and carried believed will eclipse any of recent years. DR. JONES WELL LIKED AT PAYNE CHAPEL. Thus far the pastorate of Dr. H. L. P. Jones at Payne Chapel A. M. E. Church on the East side, has been very successful. His manner of preaching and business tact has won the people of East Nashville. Offer ings for church work have been be yond the ordinary, each department being in good working spirit. Sun day and Monday, January 14 and 15, are the dates of the first quarterly conference. Dr. F. W. Gardner, pre siding elder of the South Nashville district, will preach and preside over the conference. A storm party visited Dr. Jones on the night of the 21, and left him a bounteous supply of provisions. The Human Xmas Tree and Canta ta of Payne Chapel Sunday-school Monday night was an enjoyable feat ure cf the season, under the auspices "'"' Han;g and Superintend ent It. H. Wilson. 1 r C iw"V "i i:.r 'vV'lic and private wards are spick t1 Fnan. Neatness is the rule 'lrrrgh the establishment. pi lk carnations. The bride was givei. away by her brother. After the ceremony ices and cakes wer? served. The bridal table was beautifully covered with a handsome battenburg cloth and had as its center the bride's cake. The bride i3 the accomplished dausrhtfr of Mrs. Millie Williams, wHi the groom is one of the most renpried employees of the A. M. E. S'.: 'Jnv-S?hno Union. They have a host cf fripnds who wish them much !'"i,,,'nfs(!. For the present thev are making their home with the bride's vrr.thcr. O'BRYANT-STRINGER. On Wednesday evening, December 27th, the rite of matrimony was ad ministered to Dr. W. E. O'Bryant and Miss Lnyde Beatrice Stringer at the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. Chas. Stringer, of Third avenue, South. The marriage was a quiet affair and was the culmination of a romance of several years' standing. Promptly at 9:"0 o'clock Miss Georgia Holman, ot Tampa, Fla.. began Mendelssohn's wedding march, and Miss Stringer leaning on the arm of her uncle, Mr. Chas. Stringer, entered the parlor, followed by the groom and his best man. To the strains of the Flower Song Rev. Preston Taylor pronounced the solemn service that made them man and wife, and offered a fervent prayer, asking the choicest ucnedl ctions of heaven on the happy pair. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Marion S'ringT, a prominent planter of Franklin, Ky.. but since the death of her mother has made hef home with her grandmother and un cle in this city. Mrs. O'Bryant has, since the organization of the Nash ville Gloho Company, been the effici ent clerk In the office of that concern, and has hy her contact with the pub lic In a professional way become to he one of the best known and most hichly rrspected young ladles In the city. SJie nosscssrg a charming per sonality which has won for her many loval friends who will regret her de parture to another city. Dr. O'Bryant Is a pharmaceutical rrariiiate nf the class 1909 of Meharry Medical College and Is proprietor ot a handsome drug s'ore In Pine Bluff, Ark., where he enjoys a most lucra tive patronage, and where he ha3 Ptted un a cozy cottage for his brlds. The hanny couple loft Immediately for their new homo taring with them many good wishes of a host of friends. The roi-r.lar'ty of the contracting partly vw attested by a beautiful collection of valuable wed d'ng gifts. m i if IN oua, i Style Gonrdi Seating V:- v V For a miaiber of years the National I'ap t'.st I'liurch Supply Company has U-eu deal ing lu church snDplicH, uiui after Blinding r.yn-e t!;;n $20,01)0 for cabinet p.iul seat Ir.g i:iacliiii"i-y, erecting btilldlifs. training :::rn. od;., we set out with the ouniest ilonire to :nd a style mefhort, etc.. that would i"."'f the popti ar di'uinnd, and we bo".liv ti nt "we have found it" in our new style chin , li scats, Nos. ." v.vA 4. V, t , rr.ON'T VIEW OF NEW STYLE NO. 2. The above cut Is an exact photograph front view oi (in- n-w s'yle church seat, :;.). 'J. The bi.dy cf this church seat !9 rbMit Lie same as our famous 401 pew bixlv, h:.h all of the comfort of the finest new- ir:d h';.h'y finished In goldnn oak. Tliese s:n!s c: n !); made in nnv length, but cannot be made la circular seating. VI V, ZS: -.v.:tvS1 lrK-tJft-i . - ft FP.ONT VIEW OF NEW STYLE NO. 3. The above shows an exact photograph of cur xami us new sty!i church pew No. ;i. 'the body of this pew is made up the Mime as our No. 4ul pew body, except that .f. c.ip!' t be made in circular siai inn;. The pew ei.ds a e ' ply ni'.'l hulit up from small h!:lps I lie smtii a. i our No. 1) and No. 11 I vv, ,,r;';, eyre,'!. tViev !iie in t the carving r.r.d ovi'.iiiiie'i1 ; (i, ni Ii'iiuii:' and make valu : b!o 11-ei in; !"-w -vi: we have upon t!'" niirk"f. j ev. : 'eaul ifnlly ti II- '.cd In y 'tit : . ;,' (ir.lsl'ed and la .i .-j-.-; ii-, i ti c'":"(.!i. M can be made in any i n-.: !i il-a, ,!iir: to the desire cf , i ' U. 'l !'e ba.-U i. 1: Mi and :::' riabli'. 'J'e i';iis hac'i can be placed, if, desnol. b i'ik nrd ciiveloc" ra'-!.s. the same as the finest pew. I'rices are slven irom estimates niade uy from the length desired. it Jl -a- - V , 2 j '' iJ'.1.1"1' ,'l!'"lPlA'',VlJ,"i" 1 10 ri;(tNT VIEW OF A NEW STYLE NO. -1 CIII KCII I'EW I'.riLT I P OF OIK p 1-KW END AND 40J LODY. The above cut shows a pew any length from 4 lo N feet, made up ii'uiu inr Nn. 1 e.v end and 4uu' pew body becaiiie in a jew of that I ens; th there Is no ned nf seat :-:j!;ioi t:j or center divisions. Tin se pews an be made in any length from 4 l:i feet, hut if the pew is over 12 feel Ion-, it ; .vessitates putting in a ceiitre di ','!.-. ;i, i d all pews S feet or longer shotihl 'uiy. i. uire seat supports under the same. K ft National Baptist Publishing Board 523 Second Ave., M, Nas!:v'".