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THE NASHVILLE GLOBS, FRIDAY, JANtTART 25, 150?. g
OUR NATIONAL DROP-HEAD
The social eiven bv the Ml RCA9
Mary A. and Cassie Cartwright, Thurs
day night, was quite a treat to the
Miss Fannie W. Smith hna
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from the city where she has hPti tnr
quite a while visiting relatives and
mil n , . inenas.
BALL bbAHIJNUS! bASY HuilNIIIG!! PERFECT STITCHIIIG!!! mXr afeif E.,1l4
Madame Isabella and Mallssa Perry
were tne guests or relative at Rnn
Rev. B. G. iStroner Breached the first
sermon to the sisters, who recently
perieciea an organization here, last
A llllll 1 MAIMING AT ;AU I Iaw TH A NT MAI C nmRI sunaay alternoon.
vyw "v'nuii rxi luoj I lltn Iinur riMWCi Quite a number attend tha
meeting Sunday night at the resi
dence or Mr. Nat Perry.
Mrs. A. L. Field left for Bowline
Green, Ky., Monday. They were ac
companied to Nashville by Mrs. Allie
THE MACHINE CAN BE CONVERTED INTO A NEAT AND
ATTRACTIVE DESK WHEN NOT IN USE.
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THE LEADING SHOP IN THE CITY,
Everything A'eic and Up-to-date. Polite Her-
vice tliven. Convenient to the Theatre.
Barbers: James Wntkins, Charles Strinjrtr and
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No. 9, Seven Drawers.
Head Sewing Ma
chines is one of the
latest models,' and
is made of carefully
sawed Golden Oak,
highly polished and
on drawers and
cabinet. It also
has a tape-measure
marked in colors on
top part of woodwork.
A wedding of quite a social interest
was that of Miss Carrie McGavock
and Mr. Charlie Burrus, which took
plase last Wednesday evening, Janu
ary 17, at the residence of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLe-
more, of North Mary street. The
bride was handsomely gowned in a
wnite silk mull costume. Many hand
some presents were received from the
numerous guests that were Dresent.
Mr. and Mrs. Burrus will be at home
to their many friends 1503 North Mary
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petition with the cheap and
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which are being advertised
at almost any price the
purchaser is willing to pay.
But we offer those who de
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get one for LESS THAN
HALF what such amachine
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FULTON JUVENILE COURT.
F Iton Juvenile Court, No. 5, "held
its n.nual meeting, Thursday, Jan. 17,
l0't The following officers were ap
poit !d: Worthy Instructor, Miss
Rut TTpshaw; Worthy Finance Sec
ret) y, Miss Maggie Ferguson; Worthy
O- .or, Mr. Van Buren Polk; Worthy
Ilocort, Miss Bessie Williams; Worthy
Conductress, Miss Louella Howse;
Werthy Inner Guard, Mr. Ambrose
Wilson; Worthy Gatekeeper, Mr.
Woody Baker; Worthy Matron, Mrs.
Cassie Greer; Worthy Vice Matron,
Mrs. Matilda Pillows; Worthy Record
ing Secretary, Mrs. Octavia Elkins;
Worthy Treasurer, Mrs. Alice Doug
lass. After the appointment of the
officers an interesting program was
rendered as follows:
Instrumental Solo, Miss Ruth Up
shaw; Declamation, Miss Louella
Howse; Recitation, Miss Bessie Wil
liams; Declamation, Miss Ruth Up
bliaw. Complimentary remarks were
made by Mrs. Fannie Work, after
which "ice cream was served by
Messrs. Van B. Polk and Ambrose
Wilson. This court meets every third
Thursday in each month at the Pyth
Man Who Captured McKinley's Slayer
Loses Job as Messenger.
The following clipping is from one
of the leading northern newspapers:
New Haven, Jan. 19. James Park
er, who was given a house in Wash
ington, D. C, and a position as Mes
senger in Congress' for capturing Czol-
gosz, after he shot President McKIn
ley in Buffalo, has lost both his house
and job and has just taken a place as
waiter in the Yale dining hall. At the
time of the assassination Parker was
employed as a guard at Exposition
Hall and was near Czolgosz in the
line of people waiting to shake the
hand of the President. As soon as
the shot was fired, Parker rushed for
ward, grappled with the murderer and
threw him to the floor, at the same
time disarming him. On the arrival
of the police Parker gave the Pole
into their charge. The subsequent
prosperity is said to have been too
much for Parker.
MR. WYMON BRADY.
The representative of the Nash
ville Globe. He Is coming to see you
soon. Be ready at all times.
Mr. Brady is the only agent we have
on this side of the river. Any one
else coming to you as representative
of the Globe is an impostor.
GLOBE PUBLISHING COMPANY.
D. A. HART, MANAGER.
A YOUNG SURGEON.
The youngest surgeon known in the
South is Solomon Parker Harris, Jr.,
1730 Jefferson street. He is only six
years old, but has performed some
very difficult operations on chickens,
fish, etc. He bids fair to become the
leading surgeon in the country.
Services of both the Methodist and
Congregational churches were well at
tended last Sunday.
Miss Anna L. Hendricks, thy skilled
seamstress of Goodlettsville, has re
sumed work in Nashville.
Mr. Jesse Baker has returned" from
Messrs. William and Otto Johnson
will continue to be subscribers of the
Miss Eunice A. Hendricks is spend
ing this week at Rldgetop.
Mrs. Emma Joiner has renewed her
subscription for the Globe. ,,
Miss Lula Thomas, who is tempora
rily residing in Nashville at the home
of her brother, will visit her parents
and friends next Sunday.
It is hoped that all subscribers who
are behind with the Globe will prompt
ly pay up. If they fail to do so, the
paper will necessarily be stopped. It
is not run on the credit system; and
those who have been especially ac
commodated according to this system
certainly ought to appreciate the fa
vor and meet their obligations.
In last week's issue of the Globe it
was stated that Rev. Wm. Haynes
was elected as a Director of the One
Cent Savings Bank. It should have
been Dr. J. P. Crawford who was
elected, he having been elected to fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation
of Rev. Haynes in i906. The name of
Mr. C. N. Langston, who was elected
for the fourth year as teller, was also
left out. The Directors of the One
Cent Savings Bank, as chosen at the
meeting Monday night, Jan. 14, 1907,
are as fo'lows: Lewis Winter, J. W.
Grant, W. D. Chappelle, T. G. Ewing,
J. A. Cullom, J. P. Crawford, J. B.
Bosley, E. B. Jefferson, G. W. McKis
sack, R. F. Boyd, J. S. Martin, .Wm.
Beckham, C. S. Randals, Henry A.
Boyd, Preston Taylor. Officers R.
II. Boyd, President; J. C. Napier,
Cashier; J. W. Bostlc, Vice President;
C. N. Langston, Teller, with the
same Finance and Auditing Committees.
MAYFIELD, KY., NOTES.
iMjr. and Mrs. Keys gave a 6 o'clock
dinner in honor of Mr. R. H. Chris
topher, of Nashville, and Miss Bessie
Miss Laculia Dixon, who was at
one time a student of Roger Williams
University, is one of our most talent
Prof. D. H. Anderson, principal
of the High School, and Mrs. A. H.
Anderson, his assistant, deserve much
credit for the excellent standard kept
up in the school.
Mr. James Harris, the brick con
tractor, is in Hopkinsville, Ky., look
ing after business matters.
A cotillion was given at the home of
Miss Laura Drame in honor of Mr.
Robert Christopher, of Nashville. The
guests were Misses Laculia Dixon,
Bessie Harris, Desserie Mercer, Clara
Key, Mary Collins, Rowland and
Prof. Anderson. A tempting menu
was served in courses.
FIRE ON WATKINS STREET.
Monday morning, before 1 and 2
o'clock, an alarm was sounded for a
fire on Watkins street, near Jackson
street, which threatened the destruc
tion of the whole block. Owing to
the bad condition of the street the
Jefferson street company did not
make as good time as it generally
does, having to go to Park street be
fore making a turn to the South. It
is stated that the fire started in the
residence of Mrs. Edmondson and be
fore it could be checked two houses
were burned, one containing the gro
cery store of Samuel Cole, whose
stock and fixtures were entirely de
stroyed. It is said that Mr. Cole was
THE SHIPP CASE.
WE ARE ALWAYS
Up With The Times,
Teacher's Handbook, contain
ing Lesson Texts, Review Sug-
ft""""") vjuuui xcauings, .Mus
ical Suggestions, etc. for the In
ternational Lessons for 1907 is
now ready. No Superintendent
or Teacher should be without
this valuable little book. It is
for the interest of Sunday school
Prices: Cloth, 25 cts; Leathej
National Baptist Publishing Board,
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52,'i Second Avenue, North,
Nashville, . tewfsspp
Mr. Brown Hightower, who resided
on Lewis street, dropped dead In his
yard Wednesday. He had been ailing
for a year or more, but was able to at
tend to his duties. He worked at his
place of business. The deceased was
a brother of Mr. W. T. Hightower,
whose shop is on Fifth avenue, South.
Mr. Hightower was a member of Rev.
Mr. Taylor's church in South Nash
ville, and leaves a large circle of acquaintances.
Defendants 28 in Number, Must Each
Enter His in the Penal Sum of
$1,000 Commissioner to Take
Evidence to Be Named.
Washington, Jan. 21. In the con
tempt case of Sheriff Shipp and oth
ers, charged with complicity in the
lynching of the negro Ed Johnson, at
Chattanooga, Tenn., the Supreme
Court of the United States to-day en
tered an order directing each of the
twenty-eight defendants to appear be
fore the District Court far the Eastern
District of Tennessee and enter a per
sonal recognizance for his personal ap
pearance. The testimony in the case
will be taken by r Commissioner.
Following is the text of the court's
"Defendants are ruled to enter their
personal recognizes in the penal sum of
$1,000 each, conditioned to abide the
further orders of the court before the
Judge of the District Court of the
United States for the Eastern District
of Tennessee. A commission will bo
appointed to take the testimony of
witnesses at Chattanooga, and counsel
on both sides are given ten days in
which to agree upon a flt person for
such appointment, and communicate
the nomination to the court."
Offlce Phone 4323-L. BcMJence 1834 Jefferson St
Residence Th me 8131-Y.
DR. S, S, GARUTHERS,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Room I. first Floor, Odd Fellow fall.
447 Fourth Ave., North.
Office Hours: 9 to 1 1 a. m.. 3 to 4 p. m.. 7 to 8 p. m.
James Floyd was fatally hurt last
Monday at the power-house of the
Nashville Railway and Light Co., on
First avenue, North. He died the fol
owing day. Mr. Floyd was caught
between a large coal bucket and the
woodwork of the building, his head
catching the full weight of the bucket
when the unfortunate man was extri
cated it was found that his neck and
scalp were badly cut and hia skull
crushed. Mr. Floyd was carried to the
infirmary of Drs. Eve, where his in
juries were attended tu. In spite of
the best medical treatment he passed
away. He was about 25 years old and
had been employed at the power-house
but a very few days.
ALLEGED VIOLATION OF EIGHTH
Robert Campbell was arrested the
first part of the week on a charge of
larceny. Lemuel Jones, the prosecu
tor in the case, says that Campbell
stole an overcoat from him not long
MRS. MILLER'S RECITATION.
Special mention should bo made of
the recitation by Mrs. J. E. Miller,
"The Boy who was Scared o' Dying"
at the recent session of the Davidson
County Teachers' Meeting. Mrs. Mil
ler is one of our best teachers and
no'-sosfes a rare and beautiful voice,
bolh Tor singing and reciting. She
is a pupil of Miss Lillian Greene, a
well known teacher of elocution.