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I CITY ITEMS.
Mrs. Elizabeth Broughton Sykes
will leave the city this week for Mont
gomery, Ala., to take charge of Dr.
Caffey's drug store. She will be ac
companied on her trip by Drs. C. B.
Wickham, C. A. Dier, who will be en
route to New Orleans, and Dr. W. S.
Stevens, who goes to Florida.
Miss Annie T. Ballantine, of Flsk
University, spent Friday with Mrs.
Mary A. Southall, 811 South street
After being away thirty years, Mr.
John II. Hooper, of Minneapolis,
Minn., has returned to Nashville to
make his future home. Mr. Hooper Is
a brother of Mrs. Joseph H.Horcorn, 83
University street, and uncle of Mad
ams Payne, Graves and McEwen, and
Messrs. Choney, of 511 Twelfth ave
Miss Hattie Payne, of 307 Seventh
avenue, North, and James McGreen
spent Saturday in Murfreesboro.
Mr. A. J. Eubanks, of Hlckorywithe,
Tenn., spent two days in the city this
week and was a pleasant caller.
Dr. Oliver Reynolds, of Meharry,
left the city Saturday night for Chi
cago, where he will spend the sum
mer, returning in the fall to take up
Miss Maggie Green, of Columbia,
was In the city last week to witness
the Boyd-Clemmons nuptials.
Miss FredcHe Lee Jordan, of No.
923 Hawkins street, who has been vis
iting friend? and relatives in Mt.
Pleasant and Columbia, Tenn., has re
Mrs. Reuben Oneal, of 1810 Thomp
son street and mother-in-law, Mrs,
George Oneal of C18 Bass street, are
visiting relatives in Wartrace.
Mrs. Marshall Thompson, who re
sides at 125 Eleventh avenue, North,
has recently been added to the long
list of readers of the Globe.
Mrs. Emeline Brown, of Tullahoma,
Tenn., left for her home on ThurS'
dav. She was here, the guest of her
grandsons, A. T. and Lovell Landers
She was entertained at dinner by Mrs
R. II. Boyd while in the city.
Rev. S. L. McGce, who is pastoring
several of the progressive churches
in the Nashville District Tennessee
Conference of the C. M. E. Church
was In the fjiobe office on Friday for a
The residence of Mr. J. Blaine Boyd
No. 1502 Fourteenth avenue, North,
has been v?ry beautifully repainted
The work was done very creditably by
two of Nashville's enterprising Negro
The Globe should be read by every
Negro in Nashville. If the agent
don't call on you to solicit your sub
scription, call up Main 4323 L for it,
Rev. II. J. Johnson, presiding Elder
of Nashville District Tennessee Con
ference of the C. M. E. Church, is
making preparations now for the
nieetinir of his General Board that
meets in Jackson, Tenn., on May
A large attendance is expected, and
business of importance will come up
Mr. J. V. DeWees spent severa
days in Claitsville this week on bus
Mr. Green Garrett, an account o
whose illness was published in these
columns last week, is able to be out
Mr. Horace Slatter, of Hopklnaville,
JCy., tlie well-known, general newspa
per ccrresfondcrit, kai fceea fa tee
commencement and attending other
The Knights of Pythias are olan
ning for a big rally in May to helo
pay off the Indebtedness on. the Pyth-
few months In Chicago preparatory
taking the examination before the
Mr. G. Haven Moores left for Chica
go Saturday night
residence of the bride on Tennessee
street. Rev. Wm. Haynes performed
the ceremony. Only relatives and
a few friends were present
Mr. Walter Clark, a driver of one of
Fourteen colored men entered the . G. Hill & Co s delivery wagon, who
civil service examination which wis lives at the corner of Jackson and
held at the Custom House Monday. Morrison streets,, was very sick Tues-
Miss Jessie E. Smith, of Sixteenth day night. At tne time or. this writ-
avenue, North, met with a painful ac- S he has slightly improved.
cident last Tuesday in which her leg Mr. William M. Flowers, formerly
was broken. She was carried to Mercy foreman of the pressroom of the Bap-
lospitai, wnere the injured member tlst Publishing House, who has been
was treated. In nnnr he.H.h for Rome time, la im-
Mr. Chas. Alexander left the city proving. Ho made a brief call Wed-
Saturday night for Chicago, where he nesday on his former associates, who
win spena nis vacation. gave him a hearty welcome and ex- 1)24 Cedar Street.
r tTT TT ill M . I - . 1 '
mrs. win. nm ana miss rranwe pressed their surprise at seeing him
-1111. of Ewlng avenue, who have been hook so well.
luu"ucu w l:,clr IIUMSHB lor T la mmnr tW Tlr W f pTI r r,nr..
several days, are convalescent
Miss Ella Kennedy, of Columbia, the J few months been located ln
lc"' , T " ' ui vv Chattanooga, met with a very serious
ast week. She came over to witness l,,. tZ.a olr m,lo Ja WQQ n
the Boyd-Clemmons wedding. Miss L,a . tn ooa a nai,ant Ma wOQ h.
ar t rl -r fa on daHva TnlnalAnAMi r I
and is said to be doing a good work
organizing starlight and missionary J
ty this week covering the Meharry to be out
next week for his home in Jackson
ville, Fla., where it is said that he
will locate, Mr. Patterson has been
ln the city for the iwust four years
during the echool term and has made
many friends. Gossip has it that Mr.
Patterson will be married to one of the
Southern bflles in the near future.
Just who this young lady is could not
be learned.. Mr. Patterson did state,
however, to a , Globe reporter that
while he had visited nearly every sec
tion of the United States, he know of
no place that he would rather locate
than at his home ln Jacksonville, Fla.
Mr. E. T. Fields who finished with
the dental class of Meharry, will
leave the city early next week for
his home in Canton, Miss., where he
proposes to locate. Mr. Fields Is one
of the few young men who has passed
quietly through this great medical in
stitution and has spent his vacations
each year mingling with frlend3 in
his home town. Hence he has encour
aged a large acquaintance and will un
doubtedly enjoy an excellent practice.
Mr. c. B. wickham, who is possibly Our Superintendent's and
one of the best known students that Teacher s Handbook, contain
has attended the Meharry Medical Col- jntr Lesson Texts, Review Sug-
1 ACTA frr Dovarfl 1 vaaici 411 IaaaIa 4t O .
n m uT tB. is kUta PtK.ns, School Readings Mus
Already extra nrenaratlona are heir, ICal Suggestions, etc, IOT the In
made for his entertainment upon his ternational Lessons for 1907 is
arrival in the Crescent City. Being a now ready. No Superintendent
young man oi mgn scanning at nome, or Teacher should be without
Z nrnC,n,i I ?' JlSiS this valuable little book. It is
the professional men, controlling his , . , i- i j
share of the pracUce. . His experience undenominational. Published
in getting among people will assist for the interest of Sunday school
greatly in his future career. Workers.
The many friends of Mrs. Adeline Prices: Cloth, 25 cts; Leathei
scott, tne mother of Mrs. Belle Curtis, 35 cents.
win be glad to know that she is able
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Mrs. Shivers has returned from Lou
isville, where she ha? been visiting
Mr. Andrew Hatch and" Miss Bertha
D. Webb were united in marriage
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Dr. Mansfield E. Bryant will spend Wednesday evening, .March 27, at the O-Martin.
H. G. Fite.
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formerly of this city, but who has for
came frightened and ram away, throw
ing him from his buggy and breaking
Dr. Sylvester Jefferson, of Clarks-
vllle; is in the city this evening to at-
The Globe acknowledges the receipt
of an Invitation from the medical.
ental and nharmaceutlcal elassea of tend the commencemnt
Meharry Medical College, by the fac- Meharry.
ulty and class of 1907, which will be Miss Queenle Arnold is a little in-
held to-night at 7:30 at the Ryman disposed thle week.
Auditorium. . Dr. .'William Reed, of Bowling
A friend of the Day Home Club pre- Green, was in the city this week.
sented Mrs. J. C. Napier, the Presl- ! Mr. Henry Harris, of Winter street,
aent, a oeautnui little collection box met with a serous accident this week.
to De piacea in some puduc Duiiamg He got three of his fingers mashed.
lor soliciting funds for the Day Home Rev. H.' C. Belcher, pastor in Harts-
ciuo. ine dox is made on the order I vllle. Tenn., is ln the city this week.
or a cradle and will attract the atten- Mrs.' Dr. Willa Reed, of Bowling
tion or passersby. Green; Ky.. is expected in the city this
Miss Maud Roberts, of Walden Uni- Week to assist her sister in teaching.
versity, will finish with the Normal Mrs. Mabel Overton, of North
Class of 1907 and will immediately Fourth utrept.. la on the sick list.
cave for her home in Chicago. It is , Mrs. Susie Jones Wallace, of Chi-
not known whether she will return to caeo. has been here to attend the fu-
Nasnvnie or not. II she does not de- neral of her little niece. Julia Porter.
cide to take a college course here, she Mr. Edward Thomas - of East Nash-
will possibly enter the Northwestern, vllle, departed this life last Sunday.
Walden will lose one of its attractive March 17. He had been an invalid for
students and one of the sweetest sing- a long while.
ers that has ever visited the city. Mr. Jack Gorden has returned to
Among the young ladles who at- the city after visiting the bedside of
tenaea me Menarry Medical college his father, who Is very sick.
this year is Miss Maud Moses, who en- The tailor shop on Woodland street,
tered as a Freshman. On the 19th Inst Mr. Andrew Lee Fite Proprietor, col-
she concluded her first year as a tixmeA last Fridav. No one was in-
member of the pharmaceutical depart- Jored, but their loss was said to be
mont and is expected to leave ror ner about f 1,500
nome, ban Antonio, 'iex., eariy next -
week, but will return to take un her
studies in September. . SMYRNA NOTES.
uev. r. n ivenneay, or Henderson, thb vnnnc nponip nf Tvprcrnft and
r L l l v- o r-- 7
i., wtw ui iuwu uu uusioess one aay surroundings were highly entertained
inlS WeeK. t Br.i0 B, tho rpclHfnpo of Mr. and
Mr. Moses McKissac and son, of Pu- Mrs. Woulians last Wednesday night.
iasKi, ienn., 6pent two days in isasn
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Th Beit Variety and the Host Reliable Plaee
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Dry. Goods, Notions, Cloaks, Etc,
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410 CEDAR STREET. (
Office Hours: 9 to 1 1 a. in.. 4 to 5 p. m., 7 to 8 ft. n,
t. i - vt o o.v kood news to all
it in a. U, o BiauuuiW.1 , thot nrnfoend whtlo r-
vlval was going on ln that city.
The entertainment at the Baptist
Saturday night was quite a
ville this week.
Mrs. R. II. Boyd is owner of a Pat
Mrs. Boyd was seen in it last Sunday
on Fourteenth avenue, North.
Mrs. E. H. McKlssack. of Hollv
Springs, Miss., is in the city the guest church
of Mrs. James Hunter, of 1309 Hynes success,
street. Mrs. McKissack is here to be Miss Sutie Gooch visited her people
present at the commencement exer- here Sunday.
cises at the Ryman Auditorium to- Mr. Sam Holland i3 on the sick list
night. Her son, Mr. A. C. McKissack. this week
Graduates from the medical deimrt. Mrs. J. I. Wade, who has been
ment. sick, is able to be out again.
Mr. J, Perry Patterson, of the cltss Mr. A. B. Drennon went to the city
1907. Meharry Medics! Contra. 1 Sunday to attend the funeral Of a
Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone 3413-R.
Dr. J, B. Singleton,
Mr. Jno. B. Ridley came up from
XTr.K.rll1 Cnnilau mnrn l r or tolUtiC the
He IS One of the rroiessor oi wpert uyc lycnmiry ana icacn-
er oi urtnoaonna ana uentai ivie-
lallurgy Meharry Medical
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Mr. Wm.Tate, of 320 Eighth, ave
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