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THE NASHVILLE GLOSS. FF.IDAT,
j CITY ITEMS, j
TIio Star Restaurant,
315 Jo Johnston Avenus.
Meals at all hours. Open Day and
Night. Furnished Rooms for Rent
by Day or Week, 409 Gay Street.
Neatness is our Mono.
KING UP 449G-Y, BOYD & BATTLE.
and secure your buggy now for Green- SAM SUMNER. Proprietor.
wooa rarK Sunday evening. Every
uwujr wm ue lUtre. aa rtliul WootW f Pofronn
Mrs. Denny and daughter. Miss Otr00 v,, nMo- 0vrt
I" t " . . ?ne n a in a year, arrived in the city last week.
uxavme, aiier wmcn iney win Little Florence Sango. of Cedar
viwi wncinnau ana uieveiana. umo. street Ia sufferlnff wlth mumos.
11 i.n I I CA 11 d. ' -
na. liiuitt u. DieKau nas returned 10 imM tt inn c, f ht- 0i nr
tne C1ty from Clarksville, but will Jameg Watkins, of Pearl street, has an
.cave wiuuu a iew uays on a inp attack of measles.
luia. ioiu uaines, 01 worm uasi nna ctw win iavo ha itv 9'nrr)v
Nashville (Whites Creek pike), who morning for St. Louis, where she will
has been very much indisposed is spend her vacation with her aunt. Mrs.
R I , 1 T" , it . I
inibS J-.OUlsa nice COminUeS tO De Tho rlnsine- PYerMsM nf thp Adrpnt.
ist School on Winter street last Mon-
Club C, Salem A. M. E. Church, was ,iav niht nmvpri tn he the mt pn.
pleasantly entertained at the residence tertaining affair in the history of the
v uwibia cnouu, ui oiaiu aye- school. The large audience thorough
nue North. ly enjoyed the occasion.
ivira. jjtuie savers ana son, Mr. An- Mr. and Mrs. Cha3. james have
chew Silvers, of Fourth avenue, North, bought a pretty estate on Fillmore
,7 , 1 eu 10 lue cuy street. The house is of brick and well
Mr. Grundy Buchanan, of Sixth ave- built, while the lot measures 105x35
uue, ixwui, is very sick. feej
Mrs. Emma D. Farrell Carwell and pmf riiirnia will ilollvor art nri.
husband, of Little Rock, Ark., are vis- dre8s 'to the Young Men's Debating
,,s , Ar pauls Air- anu Mrs- ar- c-lub Wednesday night at their hall
ieu. oi rouriu avenue, woitn. on Brick Church pike.
mr. james narian, or. bixtn avenue, The Young Men's Debating Club
North, has returned to the city after met Wednesday night at eight o'clock,
a few days stay in Clarksville, Tenn. After going through the usual form of
Mr. Aiex. uooawine left the city last business the following officers were
oaiuraay morning ror Henderson, Ky., elected: Cottrell Pennington, Presi
where he will visit his mother. Mrs. 1tnt.r f! TCrlrHne'ej VlfA President
James Barnett. He will visit St. Louis, Robert Amos, Chairman; W. H. Had-
luiuuau uuu lumanapoiis oeiore nis dox, Secretary; w. M. Eddings, Treas-
leium Borne. urer; w j0hnson, W. Hayes, R. Bar-
Mrs. Marshall, who has been sick ker Trustees.
lor nearly a year, has recently moved Miss Robbie Whitley, 927 Gleaves
irom ner country home to Nanca street, is convalescing,
street, Nashville. Mrs. Marshall will Miss Anna Glover is somewhat in
be removed to the city hospital, where disposed this week,
an operation will be performed by Drs. Miss G. A. Cayton, formerly copy
McGannon and Brush. holder in the printing department of
Mrs. Mary Knott, of Grundy street, the A. M. E. Church S. S. Union, is
who has been very ill, is improving. now connected with the clerical de
Mr. Mitchell Tillman died in Shelby- partment.
ville last week. clerical department.
Mrs. Ada Bidix is improving. Miss L. A. Carden, of Pulaski, Tenn.,
Miss Dillie McChristian is In the g now connected with the proof-read-city
this week. ing department of the Methodist Pub
Mrs. Allen Perkins left for Chicago lishing House.
Thursday night. Arthur L. Franklin, of Galveston.
Miss Minnie Hillman, of 307 Elev Texas, after spending several days
WITH WHICH TO ADMINISTER
THE LORD'S . SUPPER.
THE most sacred ordinance that
can be observed by 'all churches
is that known as the Lord's
Supper or, in other words, Sacra
ment We do not think it is in
keeping with these sacred ordi
ances of- the; Lord's Supper in
church now-a-days to try to admin
ister it with out the proper vessels.
, Every Church Ought to Have a
First-Qass Communion Set.
They can have them made out
of the best grade of quardruple
plated table silverware if they de
sire them. The Church Supply
Department of the National Bap
tist Publishing Board, has just re
ceived from their factory a new Jot
of this high-class ware, and would
take pains in showing them to any
The Prices are Within Reach of All
and Terms are Reasonable.
No church ought to be willing
to use glass dishes or the like for
these ordinances when they can
have the: best grade of silver at
FOR FllTBER IKF0O1T10I CALL OK
CHURCH SUPPLY CEP'ARTUENT
S23 SECOND AVBNUB, NORTH,
A QUAltDItUPLE-PLATED COMMUNION SET.
2 Plates, 2 Gabbled, 1 Flagon, 1 (Jiurt.
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD
Eureka Dancing Class
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
REGULAR DANCING CLASS
enth avenue, North, is improving, with his father in St. Louis, and his every Monday and Friday nights from
Her sister, Mrs. Laura Kay, of Louis- wife in Owensboro, Ky., is the guest 8-30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will give
ville, Ky., is here. of his brother. Wm. H. Franklin. 924 ictrotir.n fr. nf rhartr. to 11 wishinc
an. xuucil lUtVUUSUttU 1 UttCtt. 11UU1I Main Street. I f oom fho. Hanroe flint oro nut fitl.
DiieiDyvine alter spending ten days. Miss Louise Armstrong, of Colum- Good order will be observed. Parents
ivir. jessie uen, 01 sneiDyvme, was bia. is visitlne Mrs. T. P. . James, of ,Hh rhiirfren Emitted free.
1t tVlA riHvr lnn vimnlp I s. s n. w-m ,m t .m I
,u uo i.ijr icvol YYccn.. (,u;j jiieventn avenue, worm. . nanv hbpo i.,...
Mrs. Chas. G. Hart, of Fifth avenue, Mrs. Black, of Atlanta. Ga.. will via- LULft -Immwi.
North, has been very ill for the past it her sister, Mrs. W. H. Brown, of I ADMISSION J. 15 Cents.
wwa, uuus uow nuiB 10 oq out, mougn Jefferson street. -
not tuuitiy recoverea. Mrs. F. N. Green has cone to Savan- mi.c mou voiiv f Pr,iiimh!a nt.
Misses Bessie Johnson and Sable nah. Ga.. to snend the summer with ,i mrh nm.
Perkins of Brentwood, are in the city her brother, Rev. J. H. May, pastor mencement last night. She leaves to
this. week attending the teachers' in- of the Second Bantist Church. tn i.itna nir Arir whor. nhfl
stltute at Walden University. They You won't get so tanned this hot wni cnpnrt a nnri nart of tha aummer.
are the guests of Miss Beatrice Hill, weather if you use White's Specific. News haa Just reached the city that
of 801 Ewing avenue. Miss Virginia Broughton. who erad-
Miss Suella Beard left the city Wed- uates with Normal. 1907. Fisk Univer- L
nesday morning to attend the Sumner sity. has accented a nosition to teach oDQ
"""J - wiatiii. At i-MOniiai A. anu M. UOlieKe. INOrmai. ia nnw nratnncr in lnkHnnvlll
juicna iaucmB iasa uas a uau at Ala., next year. Miss Brouentons nnQ ntno, n.i tha uhi
Boyd's Hall Monday night. June 10. mother. Mrs V. W. Brouchton. is also . , -"ZX nion";?
Mr. Geo. w. Smith, Jr., of 71G Smiley a member of the faculty at the school, mo
street, left Saturday night for Chica- Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Singlton's chil- PHpnri tn tn that shft was nromoted
Hi dren. J. B., Jr.. and Ruth Alma, are tn Atu a o-roo ot RpIIovJow Rrhnni
""1 ivc ucHja, wt 4.06 connneu 10 tne aouse wnn measies. tt, r0ir
1X1 X ri it- .........i.jl 11.. . . . ... I lllia TT ecu.
rust avenue, aoutu, ceieoraiea me Jrror. ueo. H. ualra. nrinciDai 01 the I rm wo wo.,ni. pvthona CnW
birthday anniversary of their daugh- Colored High School and secretary of the priYiiege of mieeting in their own
evening with a family reunion, includ- arrive in the city to-day. It was ru- been Daid nd me lodgea have & aaat
ing Miss Emma Morrison and Mr. mored that he would speak at ML 01- the treasury
maiucw ijuuueisou. ive uantist cnurcn to-nient. rror. t e..i t raa in n aw uh
Miss Pearl Baker and Miss Willie Baird is a very prominent educator, as vt t i..ci h nAm.i toiinr nn
ninr.rlflr.lT.n. t flolloU V, ...-11 mZ, X.. W V-
vivuuvumt,, wi a.iia.tiii, yycio iu mc wen as a yuuuciau 01 no mean auiuty I fjhurch Street.
city last weeit. spenuiug a iew aays in me state oi Kentucky. .too fi0,t,Hfl fauwrV nf nAar
.witu uieir uruiuer auu uucie, ur. VV. Mrs. Kacnei MCUOllOUgn, 01 UJaSt c4rOQf wno Bllp-htlv Inrtisnnsea the
1UI TT J -1 x 1 . . i , ..... .. I V "
miaa vjfuuna nowse maue a snort ma. wnere sne visitea ner sister. Mrs. iQ i a w fnnro ia rnnnpttni?
LGalfU J a high school at Gallatin. He Is quite
u'-1"" Duuouiuua iuc vv c auyi eciaie tue iati mat must ui ...nxnoof..! in Ma offnH-
r'IrvV. n.hllA .1, V . , .. OUW.rai.lUI 1"
uiuuc nunc mcic. our natrons nave Deen nieasea wnn
Mrs. Ida Howse, of Tullahoma, our buggies and horses. We can please
passed through the city on her way to you. Call up BOYD & BATTLE'S
Carthage, where she will spend the Stable, Main 4496-Y.
TAYLOR & CO
Funeral Directors and
CARRIAGES FOR HIRE.
441 Ftrtk kunu, lortb,
HashvillB, - Tenn;
M. G. Coles
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
OSLY THE BEST. STOCK OK GOODS KEPT AT LOWEST CASH PRICES.
Try Our 15 CtS. Coffee, the best on the market for tht money. All cof
fees resh roasted each day. When in need of first-class groceries telephone
Main 2866, - ' - - 901. Second Ave., S.
Prompt attention given all orders. Goods delivered free.
Prof. J. W. Johnson, of Columbia,
was in town this week to attend the
Johnson Bowser wedding. The ge-
Bummer with her mother.
mi ii i i iT.n n a nial professor was the "best man.
Miss Mabel Hill recently made a w";,I1, M Q ntJta
Rev. and Mrs. S. E. Griggs will re
turn to the city about the last of June.
They have been In Philadelphia for
Misa Maggie Brown, of Springhill, visit to Franklin
la in the city the guest of her sister, Miss Mabel Scott and Mr. I. B. Scott.
MiSB Mollie Brown. Of 1G17 Patterson Tr nf 194 Wharf nvonno oro ovnrmfr
" - . u , ,j Wfc A. M MWli - viiuuj w . V wmvuQ ,
Street. Ih Ppnrl TTlirh ffnlinnl irrnataa thla me I)ast BIA vi bCVP4 muutuo.
Miss Lena Bransford. of Soring- vear. Little Myrtle Phillips Green, or llel
field, spent Sunday in the city with Mr. Fred Alexander, of Martin, man street, is quito sick mis weeK.
Tenn., is in the city, Rev. W. S. Ellington delivered a lee
Mrs. M. Lyerson, of 838 Division ture to the citizens of Jackson, Tenn.,
street, is. sick. it Wednesday evening at the Berean
Mr. unas. rnorne, or Tremont ave- nantlst Church. His subject was
nue, made a flying trip to Murfrees- "Seif-HelD." The house was filled
way. bhe will make a trip to Boston boro Sunday. witn an intelligent and appreciative
to visit uer oroiuer, u. u. uransmru. miss Angle isicnoison, iormai aUdience.
Mias uransioru win return aoout me or msK, wno is 10 aaaress tne Normal
15th of August. Alumni Association, Monday night,
Mrs. Lizzie Traynor left town Sat- June 10, will be the guest of Mrs. Car
urday evening to spend Sunday in ne wnue Brown, oi Fourteenth ave
Springfield, Tenn., attending the wed- nue, iNonn, wnue in me -cuy,
dins' nf hpr ronsin. Misa Gallia Lucas. MISS Ida jaCKSOn, 01
her brother, Mr. Humphrey Bowling.
She was accompanied by Miss Annie
Bryant, of Springfield. Miss Brans-
ford left Sunday night for New York
to visit her sister, Mrs. J. W. Hollo-
SNAKE IN CABBAGE.
Last Monday Mrs. Frank Moore,
who lives at 908 Tenth avenue. North,
Donelson thought that she would DreDare a cab-
who was married Sunday evening at street, who has been quite ill for akafie ror dinner, and began making
half past seven o'clock. The bride is iew ciays nas recoverea. dy by flrst cicaning the leaves of
will known in Springfield, which is ns- i,nas. inorne, oi iremont ave- ne cabhage, and when about to cut
ner home, sne taugnt in the schools suuchub num cuecis ui a
thprfi fnr a fpw vpars. COld
. . A 1 I i 1. 2 o
the cabbage. After the vegetable
them into small pieces, she was in-
Dr. E. II. McKissack has purchased S.JSJ?
W ill VIA TV CW fo V - aewvav Mivvv..y
thinking it was a long root and a part
a fine stanhope from the colored firm of
: m ai . i .. . - 1 1 . j . . . i.i... 1 I 4 Vt ii a rvtirr rr Tifa ltflinpf In nA rv
plan you buy the best anddonH mis the money terprises. He boards his team at the had been cleaned the supposed root .be.
wune paying lor inein. i ou oniy py i.uu per . . . T tj Tr0.oj
week ori5.oo per mouth. You can easily make siaoie oi .wr. J. u. ivenneay
your pavineuts with the small umouuts you
MONARCH ClOTHING COMPANY,
iil Church St. Opp. Maxwell House.
came full of life: and immediately
coiled around the woman's wrtst. She
hurriedly decided it was a serpent o
some kind and became frightened
also the guest of Mrs. Ellen Benson, nearly to deaui; Upon investigation
of Hamilton street, and Mrs. Evana it was found .that the creature was Fourth Arc, North
Tyree, of North Hill street la larsa cabtasa ecu. - T-t
Mrs. A. M. Kelly, of Columbia,
Tenn., spent a few days with her -son,
J. H. Kelly, Jr., this week. She was
JORDAN SCHOOL OF MILLINERY.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTIONS IN MILLINERY,
ALL KINDS OF FLOWERS MADE FOR
DECORATIONS, FLORAL DE
SIGNS AND HATS.
For further information apply
1004 Second Avenue, South -1004
D. A. DORTCH,
A.ND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Taken In Exchange.
TELEPHONE, MAIN 182.
N. E. Corner Broadway and Third Avenue,
Send Your Family Washing
SHIRTS A SPECIALTY.
Miss Maggie E.Moore,
PLAIN SEWING AND
103'J Park St. guaranty satisfaction.