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TH3 NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY. MARCH 22, ISO?.
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RHONE, MAIN 2 703.
An Important meeting of the Board
of Directors of the Union Transporta
tion Company was held in the office of
President Taylor Tuesday evening at
C o'clock. Some recommendations were
drafted to be presented at thestock-
Vwl1i-!YT' TV r ri T?. t 1 . . . I .-1. - n A 1
chapel of the Baptist PtM r'gfng
House. . "i"
Mrs. William Brown returned Kme
last Tuesday night after a three
weeks' visit to her sister, Mrs. Robert
FV Crawley, of Memphis.
Mr. Sam Bramlett has moved his
barber shop from Cedar to West Her
LADY INSULTED ON JEFFERSON
A young lady while returning from
a visit to a sick friend Tuesday even
ing just after dusk, when near Jeffer
son street and Seventeenth avenue.
was accosted by a rascally white man
who was In a red buggy drawn by a
large horse. The fellow called out
several times, "Here, come here, come
here, and turned into Seventeenth ave
nue toward Harding street, evidently
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Nashville, - - Tenn.
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Our Superintendent's and
Teacher's Handbook, contain-
thinking the young lady would pass ng Lesson Texts, Review Sug
that way. She continued dewn Jeffer- jjrestions, School Readings, Mus-
son street and the man turned about inn 1 Sno-m'stions. etc for t'he In-
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ana ionowea ner until he saw herU,1T.irmoi i ntHa fni. ion?; LI. .
talking to a colored man. to whom she tern'ltlo"al lls l0.1 JU The Best Variety and the Most Reliable
appealed for protection, when he left 110W l tlu,J iXO oupenruenuem
the scene in double-quick time. The or leacner snouici oe wrtnom
lady, who was very much frightened, this valuable little book. It. is
PH0XK MIn 1614
RESIDENCE: 618 WEBSTER STBEET.
Clino & Gordon.
410 Union Street. Phone 1236.
4 was escorted to her home.
Tom Adams was severely, though
not necessarily fatally, cut about 7
o clock Tuesday night, somewhere
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for the interest of Sunday school RlnfhinP1. Ilfttfi. EtC-
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: CITY ITEMS, j
Mr. j. d. Crenshaw, of the Baptist near Lea and E1shth avenues. The National Baptist Publishing Board,
Publishing House, was under the wouni was inflicted under the left key. k. if. bo yd, Sec'y, ,
.25 Second Avenue, Aortli,
Miss Mary E. Hargrave is at home
from Indianapolis, Ind., after a stay
of five months visiting relatives and
The entertainment given last week
by the young ladies of the FirsBap
tist Church, East Nashville, was quite
a success. Mrs. Lizzie Wilson receiv
ing the $10 in gold.
Mr. William Cabbie, who has been
away from the city for some years, ar
rived In town last week, having been
called here on acount of the serious
illness of his mother, Mrs. Carrie Cab
bie, of Fourth avenue, South.
Mrs. G. I. Dodson, who has been
sick for the past week, is improving.
Mrs. Katherine Hoffman, of Haw
kins street, who has been seriously 111
for the past two or three weeks, con
tinues to slowly Improve. She is still
confined to her room.
Miss Henrietta M. Campbell is a
clerk In the office of the N. B. Y. P. U.
Board, Second avenue and Locust
Mr. Noah Dibbrell, of Mt. Juliet,
Tenn., was in the city Saturday. He
was here in the interest of his Sun
day school at Cedar Grove, Tenu.
They have recently installed one of
the new design, No. 8, National Bap
tist Chapel Organs. Mr. Dibbrell de
clares that it is one of the best in
struments In the country. He spent
Friday and Saturday in the city with
relatives and returned Saturday night.
Miss Jennie Battle has returned
Messrs Simpson and Suttler, of
Murfreesboro, who were In the city
last Monday, returned to their homes
on the following day.
Mr. John Banks, Walden's famous
left end, was called home last Tuesday
on account of the sickness of his fa
ther. Miss Mary Battlb entertained a lim
ited number of friends last Saturday
R G. Martin.'
H. G. Fite.
wpnthpr iha flrof nf tha moob- . I arm
Mr. Jesse Randolph, of Patterson Adams was fnd about 12 o'clock
street, stuck a nail in his foot last by a Patlolman n that beat. and sent
week while at his work at the Mont- to the City Hospital, where he re-
gomery Furniture Company. ceived medical attention; but, owing
Miss Georgia Lofton, of 914. Shank- to nla not beInS considered danger
land street, is reported a little indis- ol,s he was taken home
posed Adams and his wife, Sue Adams,
Miss Florence Laprade, of 512 Four- ?e.?f ffSllgl t V it an?the
teenth avenue, North, is able to be WsItIn ls Sh? dld ?e cut?nRi
out ' There is an air of mystery abouT
, thp MiHfnfr tx-IiIIp hnth worn armorerr
Miss Lucy, the ten months' old neither would say anything that would SUITS TO ORDER,. .... .$15.00 TJp
Martin & Fite
THE FASU10SABIJS JAILORS
daughter or Mr and Mrs. Stephen throw any light upon the affair.
reirce, oi rean sireet, is improving
after a spell of hives. JEFFERSON CITY NOTES.
; Mrs. M. S. King, of Patterson street, ' Miss Lettie Black spent a very
is slightly indisposed. pleasant day with friends near Una.
Mr. Stephen Gordon, of Salt Lake 'Mr. and Mrs. Mose Patterson re
City, returned to take up his duties cently made a flying visit to Murf rees
after spending a week In Cincinnati oro.
with Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon. Rev..H. Reed delivered an excellent
Prof. A. T. Hill, of Pulaski, spent sf on at R1(llev's CnaPel Sunlay
S-atnrHav In tho otv night.
' I i Tin x n i i . . .
iuiss same iuyu spent oiiimuay
and Sunday in Murfreesboro.
C. Howse, who was
called home for several days to the
$ 4,00 Up
Cleaning, Pressing and Altering Neatly
1 )one Ladies W ork. a bpecialty.
Clothes Called for and
Satisfaction Guaranteed. .
Spring samples now ready.
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)H Cedar Street, Xasltville, -Tenn.
PHONE Main J6t4
RESIDENCE: 018 WEBSTER STBEET.
Varley & Bauman.
25 Union St. Phone Main 600.
Tie Best Variety and the Most Rellnhle Place
in the City.
Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, Etc.,
PS!DN Main 1614
RESIDENCES 6 J 8 WEBST ER STREET.
The Castncr-Kiiott Dry Goods Co.
618022 Church St., Phone Main 620.
The Largest and Ecst Stock to Select from .
One of the best attended initiations
1- 1 1 J II. . li L . A I V I
ever neiu m uie uiiy was mat at vue ' ATlsa Kittio fl TTnwcp rvhn
ryinian lempie last aunaay alter
noon The hall would scarcely seat bedslde of her father has returned to
rill nrli A H t - v. -v tMANAnt 'I am nl I 7
' Mr. Linsdey Collier is sick.
I Office Phone, Main 2705. Residence 1834
Jefferson St. Residence Phone Main 3131 Y.
candidates were given the three de
Col. B. F. Johnson, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., spent last Sunday In the city BISHOP TYREE LEAVES FOR TEX-
on business. He returned home the AS AND OKLAHOMA.
same night. Bishop Evans Tyree, of 15 North
Mrs. Maggie G. Lyerson is now on Hill street, left Tuesday morning for
the sick list. the Southwest. He has arranged to
Miss Mary B. Hill and Zenieth Mc- hold several Spring rallies in the ln-
Cnthrpn visftofi Miss Ethel Merrill merest oi enucauon in me Aincan
:nd Fannv H. Southall, of Franklin, Methodist Churches in his district,
last Sunday. rnae stops at Denison, Beau-
rs, I.. N. Cowan, who has been the ' , . . .
ciipst of her dauehter Mrs Wm H TexaS and also at p0lnts in 0kla'
fa,.?0ni J ?a?SS Phnii- i?;o2" honia an(1 Indian Territory. He is
.lichardson, of 1207 Phillips street, . in .
. P, . ' . f styled the apostle of education in his
ftJ LfrlnJLfr Murfreesbor0 church. . During the Spring of 190G
Mrs. J. F. Burton
TrlqilmiK) M.iln V1 II, Iliniin Address,
I OS (iiorKiu Mrci't.
DR. S. S. CARUTHERS,
Homeopatlilc Physician and Surgeon.
il0lA CEDAll STREET.
Office Hours: 9 to 1 1 a. m.. 4 to 5 p. m., 7 to 8 p. n,
the churches In Texas raised over
9.00fl He will preach the annual ser-
inornins for Knoxville and now is the mon to the State Grand Lodge Knights
guest or ner motner, Mrs. baran Mack. of Pythias at Houston. The same
The Knights of Pythias will hold honor was conferred upon him last
pvpninir comnlimentary to Miss Roxey their annual thanksgiving exercises year when the society held their an-
WfiBViinfrtnn nf Winchester. Tenn. f i"'1'' anciuwu l omms xx. i.iiuiill met-miK ai run vvuiui.
' ' "i- 1 - - . . T, u r a r rr
Tr,TTi Wnnds of MUrtreeSDOrO. -"ii;n. ivev. A&a yj. rwciiujf win
x,oa n MnhvUiP thfi first of the week. Pi each the sermon and J. A. O.
" " "k . . . . , ...in v. - r
xt ATottlo v. TlPTipflplrt. of Hot urousnion wm ue iviasier oi eie-
Snrinss. Ark., arrived in the city last monies.
Friday morning lor tne uoya-iem- miss uessie uarrett, wno nas Deen
mnns wedding. Mrs. Benefield is a indisposed for several days, is able
daughter of Dr. It. H. Boyd, and was to be out again
a resident of Nasrmue ior nve ui Tho representatives to the Grand
more years. Lodge Knights of Pythias, held a reasonable prices
Mr. G. Washington Campbell, of 68 meeting in the parlors of the Pythian
Maury street, the well-known DiacK- ri emple Sunday afternoon. The meet
smith, is seriously III witn la grippe, ing was wen attended and consider
Mr T pwlq Winter, the wholesale able business tor tne general good or
produce dealer, whose residence is at the Order was transacted
74 Maury street, is dangerously sick. Rev. S. M. Robinson, of Decatur,
xira t w Noetic, of Seventh ave- Ala., is here conducting revival serv
nue South entertained several friends ices at Pleasant Green Baptist Church
last week. Mr. Scott Robinson, formerly of Co-
dov wnvtes of Jackson, Tenn., ar- lunilua, lenn., the son-ia-law of Mrs
iin,inv nt 9. n m. lie will con- . Minerva snieius, oiea iasi weeK in
NOTICE TO HORSE OWNERS.
The season for clipping your Horse
's now nt hand, and we take this
menns of informing you that we have
secured the Latest Clipping Devices
md are prepared to do the very Best
md Quickest Work at the following
Horse clipped In full $1.25
Foretop and Legs Clipped... .35
Dogs Clipped Any Style... 1.00
Main 4496-Y. Horses Called For.
BOYD & BATTLE'S STABLE,
J. Frank Battle, M'q'r.
Tenth Avenue, N., and Cedar St.
! wmuu linos
AT THINK NEW HOME,.
Cor, 5th Ave, and Church Sf.
Sliocs, Hals, Furii
HARD t iLAIR
One of the Oldest Contracting
Firms in Nashville.
Every Job given Careful Attention,
Telephone, Main 4525
E. Hill and S. Hill Sts., NASHVILLE, TENN.
10 o'clock. The sermon was preached
by l?ev. W. D. Chappelle, assisted by
Kov. Howard. Mrs. Hoone had been
operated uihui nt Mercy Hospital and
DEATH OF W. H. BRADFORD.
Tho rlntlvps nf Willie IT. Bradford 1 ,c. , r.,.,r fn1,ni.nWa nntn
111 vu v -v .It t ill 1 r - i I - I'll III lUlUvUL ttao H. mruiuwiu uu-
duct the revival at the First Baptist Louisville, Ky., where he had been re- recelvert a telegram on the 15th Inst.. L few davs sl0 when shc had a re-
MISS WILLIE LOCKE
Will be glad for tier any friends to call and
see ber NEW LINE of
PLAIN AND FANCY SEWING
Done at once. 905 Eleventh Avenue, N.
siding for several years. Mrs. Shields nnn0UncinR his death in Louisville.
Prof F G. Smith, of 142 Fourteenth went to Louisville and accompanied K The s.ul newg wa8 not unexpect- n n. ronK1,na wore carried
enue North, the traveling agent of the remains home. Mrs. Lula Robin- ed the man hnd een glck Goor,.0town. Ky..
P Jamestown Nagro Exhibit, is al- son. the wi e of the deceased is spend- wlth. Brighf8 disease for about seven whpro Rho be burie(1.
ready hard at work collecting exhibits.
A oeauuiui iu4uiuiva . kivth tVft
.. , , iv- ir,f,r rinrU'o nfflro Wed- felxln fai-lttt
ueu in iub ""-' r.ftV n'rlock The Braden's Chapel, last week
npsday morning at "J.Oo ociock. ine
participants were irom aabt ia&u- ir. joe Woodiork has opened a
vllle. The reporter did not get their tiiocery store on West Herman street,
n!imes Mt. Nebo, near Gordon's. Chapel, with
n t vnr nf r.itterson street, .Miss Carrie Overton as clerk. He
has recovered from the effects of a has everything in the line of staple
in her death.
by her hus-
ing a lew days witn ner motner. . ,iroo rrio cntl nf Mrs.
Mrs. Julia Cummings, of 52J3 South rjeorgia A. Willlnms and the grandson I
entertained Club No. 3, of Mr. James P. King, of this city. Tie
was well known here as he lived in
Nashville until three years ngo. The
remains were interred in Cave Ilil!
Cemetery, Louisville, Ky.
and fancy groceries.
FUNERAL OF MRS. M. A. BOONE.
The funeral services of Mrs. Mary
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mayberry gave a
ovial in lienor of Miss lCuphenia
Hunch at their home, 1.127 Fourteenth
:vt nue. North, last Friday evening.
March Quite a large number of
i'licmls enjoved the hospitality of Mr.
and Mrs. Mnyberry. The guests were
- .. I .., , .. . . . I .1 , 1 J .llr .,
Mrs A B Montague, of Fourui ave- miss upnena Alexander, or wing Alice Boone, wife of Rev. C. II. Boone, especially lmeiesieu h uuu,i'
m fl aox,h "who has been ill for some avenue, who has been suffering from pastor of gt piU,i a. M. E. Church, ty, conducted by Miss A. L. Mayberry.
Ska is able to be up and around la the effects of a heavy cold, is very wh0 died Tuesday morning, were held Afterwards ices and ca ke were served,
few room much better' at the churcU Wednesday morning at Music was furnished by pr. WlcMtamJ
On Their Own Notes
TIIK KENTUCKY- LOAN CO.,
iMSja t'F.D lit KTREKT : IT STAIRS,
llooin 7 Tain Building,
Mr. Green Garrett, of Blank street,
lias been confined to his room for the
past week on account of an attack of
Influenza. At the last reports be was
very raucU improved, .