Nashville Globe – 22 Feb 1907
- Rev. S. Thompson was with us Sunday and as usual took a leading part in Sunday school. He preached two sermons during the day.
- Mrs. B.G. Strong and little daughter Lovie Lee, accompanied her husband on his charge this week, and were the especial guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Dunnon.
- Mr. John B. Ridley spent Sunday with relatives and friends here.
- The remains of Rev. Jordan Walker, and old resident of Lavergne, were brought here Friday morning for burial. Quite a number came from the city to witness the funeral, which was conducted by Rev. Dr. Luckett, assisted by Revs. Giles and Pearson.
- Mrs. Geo. Smith and little daughter Elizabeth, spent the day with the Dunnon family Sunday.
- Mrs. Ellen C. Elliott, who has been here visiting for more than a month is to leave for Hot Springs, Ark,. Sunday night. She will be in the city from seven till eleven-thirty, at which time her train will leave. She enjoys reading the Globe, and will have it sent to the Elliott Flat, her home in Hot Springs.
- Miss Isabella Batey left for the city Friday where she expects to make her home for a while.
- While making boards, Mr. Pleas Smith was struck in the mouth, knocking out two of his teeth.
- Mr. Geo Walker was in the city last week to have his eye treated.
- Mrs. Mary J. Anderson is on the sick list.
- Mr. J.M. Frierson was called to the city Sunday night on business.