As published in the Nashville Globe:
These are a listing of notices posted – the label of “Society News” is mine. They do not fall under any particular section of the newspaper.
- Dr. Garfield Glass, of class of ’98 Meharry Medical College, went to Dawson Springs last week for his health.
- Miss Bashie Williams, of 1717 Tenth avenue, South, left last Saturday for Chicago.
- Mrs. Lizzie Henderson, of Chicago, is the guest of her niece, Mrs. Nicholas Perkins, of 1512 Harding street.
- Mr. and Mrs. Robt. C. Eason spent a delightful afternoon Sunday in the country near Brentwood.
- Mrs. C. McGann, of Eigth avenue, North, was confined to her room Tuesday by a a slight indisposition.
- Mr. James H. Davis, of 610 Sylvan street, is very sick.
- Mr. Robert Williams, of 115 Jackson street, is indisposed this week.
- Mrs. Samuel Caruthers, of Columbia, with her children, “Bob” and Bona, will spend two weeks in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Caruthers, of 611 Jo Johnston avenue.
- Miss Ruthella, the little daughter of Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Bandy, has gone to the Hermitage to spend several weeks with her grandparents.
- Miss Cora Allen, of the Baptist Publishing house, is confined at home on account of sickness.
- Mrs. A. L. King, of Fourth avenue, South, is slightly indisposed.
- Mrs. Missouri Allen, of Pulaski, Tenn., is visiting her brother, Prof. J.B. Batte.
- Mrs. Josie O. Hughes is visiting relatives in the city.
- Miss Sadie Stratton, of 632 Bass street, who has been very sick, is much improved.
- Mrs. W. D. Chappelle and children are home after spending a while with relatives and friends at Columbia, S.C.
- Isabella Horton, the world’s girl evangelist, will speak at Spruce Street Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon.
- Mr. W.O. Tate, of Eighth avenue, North, is taking a week “off” for recuperation. Tuesday he spent the evening in the country with Dr. Noel, Wednesday he spent part of the day making rounds with Dr. Stewart, and the rest of the week was spent around and about home, working out of the program arranged daily by Mrs. Tate, his genial, affable and most industrious wife.