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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, ' FRIDAY Si A.Y 21, 1S07.
1 1 ROSENHEIM )
The Largest and Oldest Milli
nery Store in the City.
If you are in a hurry and want a First-class Trimmed
Pattern Hat at ".
We have them in all White, all Black and Tuscan Colors.
We will show you the New, French Wide Brim, Snap
py Sailors, trimmed in Ostrich Plumes, Wings and Breast
Misses and Children's Hats," With Ribbon Streamers, at 20c.
Knox Shapes and Fine Straw Sailors in White and
Black at :
Come and see the Largest Hat Stock in the city.
We have received a big lot of Extra Fine
BLACK EMBROIDERED VOILE SKIRTS.
They are "SALESMAN SAMPLES," Tailor made; Silk
Drops to them. We will sell them at half price at
The Oldest Millinery House in the City.
420 UNION ST,
THE VERDI SCHOOL OF MUSIC i
IS NOW OPEN.
Instructions and Lessons given in Piano, Organ,
Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Voice and Harmony.
NO. 449 EIQH'IH AVENUE, N.,
(North Spruce St.)
MISS JOSEPHINE PRICE,
TERMS OF 1906-1907. $2.00 Per Month.
I. E. ALSUP
lit'--w;:.7v-v'. 3 V .
W. H. McGAVOCK
Residence Phone J45&.
ALSUP & McGAVOCK E
From the Chcjjcst to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Casket.
413 4th Ave., N., Nashville.
J. B. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
F"in Rigs of Every Description.
PHONU, main 4136.
410 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
FISK LITERARY CLUB.
A rwption by the Fisk Literary
Cliih was lenden-d the resident alum
ni, faculty, seniors of 1907, and friends
of Fisk. . rnrversity at Howard Oongre
... rntfrnial Church, May 23. After the
'following program was rendered re
fa sh men ts were served in the lec
Invocation Rev. James Bond
Ken:; .' . . . Congregation
Itrnnrks President Merrill
The Growth of Fisk
Dean II. H. Wright
Vocal Solo Miss Lucy White
Tho American Missionary Associa
tion Dr. C. W. Morrow
' Hon- the Alumni Can Help Flnan-
sheets, b- , "
77 "iU rvlminnl Court lt Tiii's;!--
cially Trof T. W. Talley
ocat solo Miss Lillian Bright
The Origin of Jubilee Music
Mrs. G. W. Moore
Fisk Graduates in the Business
World Hon. J. C. Napier
Tr..l If 1 lit tTT 1
vv-ui owiu 1VII S. J. VV. VVOriv
Mrs. C. II. Phillips. Presiding
It served as the first annual reunion
nnd was much enjoyed. President
Merrill being detained in Talledega,
Ala., sent these greetings:
"Mrs. C. H. Phillips:
"I shall not reach Nashville in time
o he at the meeting Thursday night,
although I very greatly desire to bo.
Greetings to all.
'Very truly yours,
"J. G. MERRILL.".
LAWN FETE AND PARLOR CON
CERT. Mrs. J. B. Scott and Dr. Josie Wells
will give a lawn fete and parlor con
cert at 77 Maple street Saturday even
ing from 5 to 9 o'clock for the benefit
of the Day Home and Kindergarten.
All are invited and a profitable and
pleasant time is promised.
Miss Lizzie Reed has returned from
a visit to Franklin. . "
Miss Kittle C.-Howse had her clos
ing exercises of St. Paul School last
Friday night-at 'Itiddley Chapel. Quite
a number of parents were present and
enjoyed the exercises. Addresses
were, delivered fey Mr. H. Black and
Rev. II. H. Reed.
ESCAPED SERIOUS INJURY.
One day last week .while Lawyer T.
J. Ewing was breaking a young horse
he was thrown from his buggy, and
received painful though not serious
injuries. It was found, however,
that one finger of his left hand. was
dislocated. Although having recov
ered from the shock sustained .at the
time of the accident, he still carries
his arm in a sling. !
ENTERTAINED AT ARRINGTON.
Mr. and Mrs. Shedrlck Lipscomb,
of Arrington, entertained in honor of
Miss Temple Johnson, of Nashville,
on Sunday, May 26. ' The guests ar
rived early and enjoyed several beau
tiful selections of sacred music and
a pleasant stroll through the woods,
after which an elaborate dinner of
several courses was served. Those
who enjoyed the hospitality were Mr.
and Mrs. Lipscomb, Mr. and Mrs.
House, Mr. and Mrs. Tomson, Lips
comb, Jr., Miss Tempie Johnson, Miss
Ora Greer, Miss Eva Green, Mr. Willie
Lipscomb and Mr. Edward Lipscomb.
H EN DERSON VI LLE ROCKLAND
RALLY, HENDERSON VI LLE,
The pastor and members of the
Rockland Baptist Church wish to
thank friends and donors in the rally
on the third Sunday in May for help
ing us to demonstrate the greatest
financial rally in the history of the
church. Kindly come to see us again.
We are yours very truly,
W. FITE, Sec.
BIG DAY AT SEAY CHAPEL.
Rev. A. Phillips, pastor of Seay
Chapel, began a movement last Sun
day to pay off all debts of that
church. About $70.00 was realized.
The rally is continued. The people
have a mind to work and the charge
is being looked after faithfully by Bro.
Phillips. He promises to interest his
people in the Globe. . .
EPWORTH LEAGUE CONVENTION
A convention of the Epworth
I eague of the Tennessee Annual Con
ference Methodist Episcopal meets at
Gallatin on June 12. A varied' and in
teresting program is out. J. P. Price,
of Union City, is president, Dr. E. W.
S. Hammond first vice president. The
Globe's advertising superintendent,
Mr. W. F. Waters has been asked to
deliver an address to the 'convention.
New and Second-Hand Furniture,
Heating and Cooking Stoves a
NEW GOODS EXCHANGED FOR OLD.
O.UR MOTTOi First-Class Goods, Low Prices,
easy i erms.
First Avenue and Lafayette Street.
The Only True Blood, Liver
and Kidney Remedy.
EXCELLENT SPRII1G TOIiiG.
Our Sarsaparillais made from
pure herb Roots and Drugs
which nave proved Dy long ex
perience to be the most vnlu
able in restoring and invigorat
ing. i or renewing and enrich
ing the blood.
Every Cottle Guaranteed To Give Satisfaction
or .Honey Refunded.
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 50 CENTS.
All Telephone Order Delivered.
DAVID J. Kill Druggist,
Cedar Street aud Twcirth Arenac, North.
Tboaei Halit, 1713 and 4US0.
Have You Catarrh?
Do Vour Eyes Trouble You?
Do You Need Glasses?
OU HAVE YOTJ ANY
EYES, EARS, NOSE
IT SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
BOOHS 2 and 3
DEATH OF WESLEY DOUGLASS.
The death of Mr. Wesley Douglass,
which occurred last Friday night at
the home of his sister, Mrs. Sophia
Sanders, on Winter street, occasioned
deep sorrow and regret. Pneumonia
was the cause of his death. Mr.
Douglass was a devout Christian and
a good citizen. He was held io high
esteem by all who knew him.
Mr. Douglass belonged in Hen
dersonville. but had lived In Nash
ville for five or more years. Two
daughters, Mrs. Chas. Brown and Mrs.
John Dodson, two grand children, two
sisters and a brother survive him.
Funeral services were conducted last
Sunday afternoon at the Methodist
Church in Hendersonville by' Rev. Mr.
Crosby. The remains were interred
in the family graveyard.
DAVIDSON COUNTY INSTITUTE.
The Davidson County Institute will
open June 3, at Walden University
and continue two weeks. The exam
inations will be held the 14th, 15th
and 16th inst.
The weekly nrayer-meetlne serv
ices that are usually conducted on
inursday evenings at the Tennessee
benool ror the Blind, were as inter
esting last Thursday evening as ever,
this being practically the last meet
ing ror the term. Two visitors were
present in the persons of Miss Geor
gia A. Bradford and Mr. Henry Allen
Boyd, who were both well pleased
witn the spirit of the meeting.
DELIGHTFUL BIRTHDAY ENTER
TAINMENT. A delightful entertainment was that
of Sunday afternoon, May 25, at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnson.
of 1509 Fourteenth avenue, North,
given in honor of their daughters,
Ola and Josie. The dinimr-room was
artistically decorated with ferns and
cut flowers. The guests were es
corted into the dining-room by little
Miss Glenora Cannon, where a three
course menu was served, consisting of
ices, cakes, candies and fruits. . The
children then retired to the lawn and
enjoyed themselves by playing differ
ent games until si late hour. Those
present were little Misses Marie and
Marine Mayberry, Glenora Cannon,
Flossie McClain, Lona Dodson, Mabel
Wilson, Myrtle Phillips Green, Lola C.
B. McGavock, Mabel Dickerson, Ros
ednetta Nelson, Annie L. Davis, The
ora Davis, Julia Frances Johnson, Jo
sie Johnson, Ola Johnson, Masters J.
C. McClain, Fred Dodson, Jr., Odea
Rev. D. Pearson came down from
Murfreesboro anid preached for us in
our rally Sunday morning, and sent
Rev. House to officiate at night. Class
No. 1, taught by R. L. Perry, as she
always does on such occasions, came
out in the lead, notwithstanding the
boasts of Mr. J. I. Wade, a faithful
member of No. 2, taught by Miss E.
Mrs. Eva Snced, who has been in
Earlington, Ky., since Christmas, ar
rived home Sunday morning.
Miss Fannie W. Smith has returned
from the city.
Quite a large crowd attended the
rally at Lavergne Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Trimble of that town is
now reading the Globe. Others prom
ise to begin soon.
The remains of Mr. Joe Walker, ac
companied by friends and relatives,
were brought up from the city Tues
day and buried near Sand Hill.
Miss Ellen Baker would not be
without the Globe, and is using her in
fluence to induce others to take it.
Mr. Alex. Wilson is on the sick list-
Mr. Arthur Ross is improving.
The closing exercises of Sand Hill
School will take place Friday night,
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PLATE I. .
We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners
as per illustration given above, at prices
according. to quality of materials and
trimmings, ranging from $50 to $75; silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110; hand
embroidered bullion work from $135 to
$260. Specifications furnished on banners
at any price desired. :: :: ::
This hows a very popular design for
G. U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made
of white flag silk. Lambreouin, or Cur
tain, of red silk. Painted In gold leaf
and oil colors, back of red banner sateen.
Trimmed with imported gold lace, f ring f
tassels, etc. Hardwood pole, wood ere
barjjrin cover and holster. Prices Q
ti V" the ahre Banners will ej
made for any other orgA -Hon at satna
prices, changing emblems and lettering
to suit the Order. ::
For further Information write to ,
National Baptist Publishing Board.
R. H. BOYD. Seoretary,
523 Second Av N. Nashville, Tenru
Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone 3443-R.
Dr. J. B
Professor of Operative Dentistry and teach
er of Orthodontia and Dental Me
tallurgy Meharry Medical
TEETH EXTRACTED BY SUMNER FORM
METHOD ALL CLASSES OF DENTAL
WORK NEATLY DONE.
OFFICE: K EVIDENCE;
40 Cedar St. IllG Jefferson St.
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