Nashville Globe: July 5, 1907
Murfreesboro Notes -
- Mrs. Dora Douglas, of Hendersonville, Tenn., spent a few days in the city visiting her mother, Mrs. James Eules.
- Messrs. George Vaughn, Wm. Douglass of Hendersonville; Irvin Wade and Reid of Nashville, spent Sunday in the city the guest of Misses Eules.
- Miss Mary L. Douglass entertained a number of young folks at the home of her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. James Eules. Refreshments were served.
- Miss Lille Mae Lilliard, who has been very sick, is improving rapidly.
- Mrs. Mary Jenkins, of Cairo, Ill., was the guest of Mrs. G. B. Brady at 5 o’clock tea Sunday evening.
- Misses Hattie and Freddie Lane, of Snow Hill, Ala., are the guests of Mrs. G. B. Brady.
- Messrs. John Sublett and Tom Smith are on the sick list.
- Mrs. Fishback, of Ohio, was the guest of Mrs. Florence Mefford and Mrs. Fillie Keeble Sunday.
- Mrs. Sallie Patterson, entertained Miss Emma T. Chears at 6 o’clock tea Thursday evening. Those present: Mrs. Rosa Overall, Lula Alexander, Misses Maggie Nelson and Elma Williams.
- Miss Drue is guest of Miss Allie N. Green.
- The rally at Keys Chapel Sunday was quite a success, raising $247.35.
- Messrs. Saul Johnson and Joe Sanders are in the city.
- Misses Johnnie O’Neal and Cordelia Butler have gone to the Exposition. While away, they will visit Washington, Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago.
- Master James Miller is in the city.
- Master Harley Pierce, who has been in school at Knoxville, is home for vacation.