Nashville Globe – 1 Mar 1907
- Mr. William Johnson, one of our most energetic young men, gains much inspiration and race pride from reading the Globe.
- Miss Anna L. Hendricks returned from Nashville last Sunday morning and will spend a few weeks at home.
- Mr. Luther Crosswye, so long a faithful deacon of the Congregational Church, is now suffering with la grippe.
- Mr. David Cantrell has been compelled to drop the Globe for a while; but conditions are growing better and he will renew his subscription soon.
- Through the efforts of Rev. R.C. McLendon, a teacher of instrumental music has been secured, and many of the young people will join the class.
- Miss Kittie Garrett is always prompt in renewing her subscription. May all follow her example
Posted by Taneya on January 13, 2009
1 Mar 1907
- Mr. William Greer and wife are very ill.
- Mrs. Sarah Sutton who has been very sick, is much improved.
- Mr. Joe McChristian, of Louiseville, Ky., is visiting relatives in the city.
- E.J. Cannon, of Nashville, is here this week.
- Miss Mary Birkeen, of Nashville, is visiting relatives here.
- Mr. Pleasant McChristian, is indisposed.
- Mrs. Vicey Garrett, who had been very ill for five months, has recovered.
- Mrs. Mary Cannon, who has been in ill health for twelve months, has gained her health again.
Posted by Taneya on July 12, 2008
As published in the Nashville Globe:
Earnest Garrett & Ellen Litton
Dr. T. Ernest McClain & Fate Lu Stewart
Peter Schute & Ida Jenkins
George Coger & Lula Wells
Albert Scott & Mary Neal
Louis Webb & Carrie Porkins
Elden Blackwell & Lil Bailey
Alonzo Watley & Lula Sanders
Charlie Mintlow & Annie Wilson
William Bradly & Sasie L. Rice
James A. Deziar & Mamie Bonds
James M. Fargie & Lula B. Wilson
Joe Corn & Alias Maggers
Oliver H. Brown & Julia A. White
Posted by Taneya on December 17, 2006