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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1907,
FREE COOKING DEr.lONSTRATlOMS
For Colored People
miSS ELIZABETH MOORE
1509 Church St. Near Stonewall St.
Monday, June 17, 2:30
Tuesday, June, 18, I'M
ncuncsuay, June iu, 2:30 n. m. to 4:;50 n. m.
IB Thursday, June 20, 7:30
Friday, June 21, 2:30
All employers of colored help are requested to encourage them to
attend this school and be instructed how to prepare different dishes
and cook them economically on a GAS STOVE. The demonstrator is
a graduate of Fisk University and a pupil of Mrs. Helen Armstrong,
Every one attending will be given, at each demonstration, a
ticket which entitles them to a chance on the following-
First Trizc, One Hillikcr Gas Bake Oven, Coni-
plctc. Second Prize, One Family Gas iron
Third Prize, One Drop Gas Light.
The holders of the winning
drawing takes place. The demonstrator will cook an entire meal.
explain methods, let you taste the
give cost of gas consumed during
J. l Copoland, Prop.
Nashville Furniture Go.
Telephone Miiin, 1701.
E. G. Cullum.
she had charge of the -music in the
famous institution headed by Booker
Misses J Lula Smith, Esther J.
Pinkard, Mamie Ganaway and Mary
Brown spent a very pleasant day at
dinner last Saturday with Miss
Georgia E. Watkins of 1505 Twelfth
avenue, South. After which they were
taken out for a drive to beautiful
Greenwood Park, where they enjoyed
the balmy summer breezes.
An Old Folks' Concert and Military
Drill will be given at Lea Avenue
' ! lbllall lliuiiu niuuua,j
June 17th. The public is cordially in
vited to attend. Concert begins at 8
Little Edna Brooks, of 504 Four
teenth avenue, North, who has been
sick with the measles, is able to be out.
Mrs. William Zackery, of 502 Four
teenth avenue, North, is very ill at her
Mrs. Winfield Hyde, sister of Mrs.
Julius Robinson, who has been in the
city for several weeks visiting rela
tives, will leave for her home in In
dianapolis Saturday morning.
Miss Georgia Winn, of Lebanon,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eddings
last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. S. D. Jackson, of Pensacola, Fla.,
has been in the city for the past week
to attend the commencement exercises
at Fisk University. His daughter,
Miss Florence G. Jackson, graduated
with the College Class '07.
Miss Luella Beard has returned
from Gallatin, where she was the
guest of Miss Anna G. Randolph.
The funeral of the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. II. Hibbett was preached by
Rev. B. G. Strong Sunday.
Rev. C. Gardener was with us Sun
day and preached at night.
Children's Day was celebrated at the
M E. Church last Sunday with a very
i. m. to 4:30 p. in.
p. m. to t):30 n. m. "
p. in. to 0:30 p. m.
p.m. to 4:30 p. in.
tickets must be present when the $
dainties, answer all questions, and
the preparation of the meal.
NASHVILLE GAS CO.
iv. - . ivi . i. vi.-vivtvv'v..vtvviivi7i-f7'vvivv(7s i
The Palace Shaving Parlor.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage.
i 114 Eourth Ave.,S. .
to Suit, Prices
to Suit You.
210 Third Avenue, North.
L. B. Hughes.
Esq. Win, Crump.
Rev. W. P. Hall has returned from
Birmingham, Ala., where he went to
solemnize the right' of matrimony be
tween Miss Henrietta Singleton, of
that city, and Mr. E. T. Lewis, of
Mr. Arthur Love has returned from
Mrs. Edna Drennon and baby girl
are getting on nicely.
Misses Sallie McKnight and Dorcas
Anderson, of Lavergne, have joined
tne Globe Reading Club.
The entertianment given at the Bap
tist Church Saturday night by Dr.
James and wife was quite interesting,
and was very well attended.
Mr. Ben Cartwright has added a few
more acres to his place.
The friends of Mrs. Hester Porter
wish to congratulate her and Mr.
Blake upon the beginning of this new
epoch in their lives.
Mrs. Eva Sneed visited her brother's
family at Murfreesboro last week.
Our agent, U K. l'erry, made a
flying trip to Nashville Tuesday on
MISS PHILLIPS RETURNS TO HER
Miss Lady Emma Louise Phillips
daughter of Bishop and Mrs. C. H.
Phillips, returned to the city last Mon
day. Miss -Phillips bus been attend
ing the Olierl in Conservatory of Mu
sic and made a host of warm friends
as well as accomplishing much good
in her studios. She made some start
ling records for a first year student
in a conservatory like Oberlin, gain-
ing extra recognition in her class and
in the choruses that hive boon sung
during the latter part of the school
year. It is not known whether Miss
Phillips will return for the second
year, but it. is said that if she does
not return to Oberlin she will take up
studies under other competent teach-
expressions of sorrow and
ESTEEM FOR nTW? I atf
JOHN J. McCANN.
The papers havb been watched
daily hoping to see a favorable
change in the condition of MaJ. John
McCann, who had been ill for quite a
wnue, but to the sorrow of friends
and citizens he succumbed to his ill
ness. The loss of this most exrellpnt
gentleman is not only felt in his de
voted family, but throughout this
city and county. The pleasant rela
tions which he had with the corps of
uavidson county teachers, has per
petuated him in our memories. His
hospitable spirit and gentlemanly
ways will always be remembered by
us. As he was compelled to cross
the Great River, we,the teachers of
Davidson County, deeply deplore his
loss. We pray God's choicest hless
ings on his surviving family through
life, and especially, through these sad
hours of bereavement.
Committee R. II. Brown, Chair
man; Rev. S. Thompson, Maymie
Thompson, Mary A. Bennett, Narcissa
RETURNED FROM OKLAHOMA.
Miss Martha Wells, of Fourteenth'
T7 . JA
ruuiieeuiii avenue, iNortn, wno Has
oeen teaching in Oklahoma for the
past nine months, arrived in the
city Monday evening. Miss Wells
has made quite an enviable reputa
tion as a teacher and the faculty of
the institute where she was em
ployed, as well as the citizens of
Muskogee, were loath to give her up
even for the vacation season. Rh
will doubtless remain in this city
during the summer months, though it
ls Prbable that . she will pay a flying
Mrs. B. K. Smith, of 633 Bass
street, gave a delightful birthday
cornel la, celebrating her ninth birth
day on Sunday, June 9. Those pres-
ent were Misses Louise and Blanche
Barnes, of Memphis, Beulah and
Katie uowen, Viola Rivers, Edna
Lee Duncan. Charlie Mav Turkeir.
Lelia Alexander, Lena Brown, Lucy
Demoss, Mary McGown, Elizabeth
Tinnon. May Henry Johnson. Estelle
Douglas, Corine Bright, Maggie. Geor
gia and Samuella Anderson, Samuella
Shannon, Lillian Stratton, Messrs.
Andrew Haiman. Moses Douelass.
John A. Johnson. Dewees Davis. Er
nest Jlargraves. An tssortment of
ices was served.
"MARECHAL uEL C.L1IR
. The 'Marechal Niel Art Club met at
the residence of Mrs. Stephen Turn
er, Eighth street, East Nashville.
Quite a number was present. An ex
cellent program and an interesting
discussion were the features of the
evening. Mirs. D. A. Hart and Chil
dren were the guests of the club. A
saian course, caue and ices were
served. Mrs. Wayne Warfleld will
entertain the club at its next meet
BANQUET TO HIGH
Following the graduating exercises
of the Pearl High School last Thurs
day night, the young men of the city
and the alumni association of the
school tendered a banquet in honor of
the class of 1907. Quite a large num-
ber of the young people of the city
and several visitors were present and
joined in the festivities. Dancing
was the principal amusement of the
evening and the spacious rooms of
Mercy Hospital furnished excellent
facilities for those who delight in the
joys of Terpsichore. Light refresh
ments were served.
NEW LITERARY CLUB.
The young men of St. Paul A. M. E.
School Class No. 6 have organized
"The Young Men's Literary Club."
They have a club room on Chestnut
street, between Second and Third av
enues. The officers are as follows:
W. D. Chappelle, Jr.. President.; iBd.
T.ee Kinzer, Vice President; Henry
T. Stockard Secretary; Sam'l II.
Rhodes, Treasurer; Eugene Berry,
Reporter; Herman Davis, Sentinel.
Children's Day was observed here
Sunday at Wesley Chapel. Good
speeches were made by the children.
The Wesley Choral Club rendered
pleasing music. Mrs. T. J. Peters is
director. "We are little soldiers,"
was sung by a group of nine boys.
Miss Clara Alexander sang a beautiful
solo. Rev. Mr. Bruce., of the Pres
byterian Church, preached an inspir
ing and helpful sermon.
,Miss Willie Wade, of Columbia,
was here this week.
Mrs. Lizzie Wade is visiting in Co
lumbia. A Sylvan Outine will be Eiven bv
Sharber and Mr. John Blair
next Monday. Twenty or thirty pairs
are expected. Music, reading and
recitations will he had in the
shade of river oaks. Fish and all
sorts of refrf shmonts will 'be served
Mrs. G. Sharber is under treatment
of the doctor, having been ill for quite
GARY & CARUTHERS,
410 CEDAR STREET,
Mocha and Java Yale Blend lb.
Golden Glory, lb. cans 25cts
Maxwell , House Blend, lb.
Dutch Java, lb 25cts
We have a magnificent quality
50 lb. Stand Pure Country Lard
20 lb. Bucket Pure Lard 2.40
10 lb. Bucket Pure Lard 1.20
Mothers Oats, 3 packages. .. .25cts
Toasted Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs..25cts
Egg-O-See, 3 packages 25cts
Hardy Food, 3 packages 25cts
3 lbs. Head Rice 25cts
4 lbs. Cracked Rico 25cts
Sugar is advancing rapidly.
We sell 19 lbs. best Granulated
C Sugar, 20 lbs 1.00
Best Mackerel, apiece 15cts
ii - r l i e t
George 0. Boyd and Anna Marie
Alfred G. King and Altamonyette
Tom Dickerson and Janie Sneed.
Edward Cobield and Louise Cofield.
Gardan Officer and Louise Willis.
Johnson McCullough and Ester
John Johns and Ophelia Collier.
Dave Bell and Roberta Mary Polk.
William S. Pace and Lillian Estel-
Plumar King and Clara Ann Kelley.
Robert Flippin and Mary Green.
Daniel Butler and Cecelia Stowell.
Kate Taylor, 510 Thirteenth avenue,
Northt. Age tl years. ,
John Brooks, 201 Church street. 23
Aaron Young, 409 Polk alley. C7
Gertrude Wilson, 1244 Fourth ave
South. 25 years.
James Hamlett, 305 Third avenue,
South. 80 years.
Infant of Maggie Bush, 711 Sylvan
Peter Henderson, 938 Gay street. 78
Edward Tillman, 2S05 Clifton street.
Herman Gossey, 204 Fillmore street.
McHenry Matthews, 214 Fifth ave.,
South. 6 months.
Julia Rebecca Williams, 818 Tenth
avenue, South. 31 years.
John Hannom, 309 Jo Johnston
Roena Catherine Stratton, 150G Al
berta avenue. 3 months.
Eliza Bettie Allen, 1207 Fourteenth
avenue. C months.
Roman Drunnerwright, Lake Provi
dence. 1 year.
Fannie Clark, Davidson county. 20
Robert Copeland, 534 Sycamore
street. 5 months.
Nancy Black, C12 Ash street. 4G
Page Ileece, 52G Lichey avenue. 05
Kate Saxyet, 1G01 Cockrill street.
17 years. v
Willie Venable629 Sixth avenue,
South. 3 years.
James Sneed, corner Hamilton and
Foster streets. 3 months.
Mamie Roney. Gallatin, Tenn. 2
Emma Hayes, 32 Short street; 50
Charles Gooch, Clitton avenue. 35
Joshua Edwards, 1600 Alberta.
Lizzie Couch, Lusk Town. 25 years
Carrie McBroom, 2 1-2 miles Brick
Church pike 45 years.
Henry Cheairs, 1016 Overton street.
Lucile Cheatham, 31S Eighth avenue,
North. 27 years.
Beatrice Payne, 811 Third avenue,
North. 1 year.
The Solomon Chapel A. M. E. Sun
day School celebrated the 25th anni
versary of Children's Day on June 9.
The people, old and young, seemed to
realize that it was indeed Children's
Day, and all put forth their best ef
forts to make it a success, and it was
indeed a success. Songs, recitations
and papers were well rendered. Rev.
A. J. Leath, the pastor, and Rev. C.
H. Simmons deserve praise for the
success of the celebration.
aman macKerei, a ior lucisiuid Fashion Open Kettle, y2
Salmon Pilot Brand 15ctsJ gallon 35Ct8
TELEPHONE MAIN 2703.
Salmon Alaska Brand 10cts
Salmon Oak Leaf or Fancy
Empress Brand, 3 cans 25cts
Extra fine Sugar Corn, 4 cans.25cts
Badger State Cream Corn,
4 cans 25cts
California Asparagus, 1 can..25cts
Heinz Pork and Beans, Tomato
Sauce, 3 cans 25cts
48 lbs. of Flora $1.40
24 lbs. of Flora 70cts
24 lbs. of Gloria 75cts
48 lbs. of Gold Medal $1.25
24 lbs. of Gold Medal 65cts
24 lbs. of Allista 65cts
TOMATOES AND PEACHES.
31b. cans of Tomatoes 10cts
California Peaches, table use.15cts
California Select Peaches 20cts
3 lb. cans of Webster's Peeled
3 lb. cans of Pie Peaches 10cts
Sugar Glen Molasses V2 gal-
WANTED Lest you forget, we take
special pride in calling your attention
to the handsome, up-to-date rigs that
can be secured at BOYD & BATTLE'S
Livery Stable. Get your orders in.
early for the Sunday rush. Phone,
Main 449G-Y. "Ask the man" about
sc WANTED All Churches and Sunday
liools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc., to raise means to pay off
all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
WANTED Bright, energetic man
or woman'to manage local business for
manufacturer in Murfreesboro, Frank
lin, Pulaski, Columbia, Clarksvllle,
MRS. CARRIE V. YOUNG,
316 Eighth avenue, N.
WANTED Wall paper to make your
home beautiful. We have it a 4c per
roll and up, or 90c per room. Pict
ures and frames in proportion.
COOPER'S 432 Deaderick, near Fifth
WANTED Reliable Cook. Good
home to right woman. Tel. 163 Hem
lock. MRS. SAUL GORDON.
2405 West End avenue.
WANTED A lady agent, colored,
to handle our products. Lightning
seller. Big pay for little work. Sold
to every one of your acquaintances.
Write to-day for further information
and terms to agents. Address Elgin,
Davis & Gibbs, East Prairie, Missouri.
FOR RENT Part of office, KM
light, at Bcyd Building. See Janitor.
A beautiful suite of rooms 1 tb
on the third floor of the Napier
Court 411 Fourth Ave-, North, iit r
There arc five rooms with a - in
((lass-stained partition. Will
he rented in whole or in part. 5 m'
Can be used' as a flat or lodge 1(1
J, C. Napier,
One Cent Savings Bank,
ONLY RELIABLE PAWNBROKER m
185 Fourth Avenue, S.'
OGLESBY, TENN., NOTES.
Mis's Ilattie L. Rucker and Miss
Pinkie D. Holt, of Oglesby, pre now
nttendiir, the Teachers' Institute at
Waldon University, Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. Henry Higgins left the citv
Thursday night for Chicago, 111.
where he will spend the summer.