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TIIT5 NASHVILLE GLOBE, Fit! DAY, JUNE 23, 1007.
Deacon Porch, of the Mt. Olive Bap
tist Church, is on the sick list this
week suffering with la grippe.
Mr. J. S. (Jibbs spent last week in
Johnson City, Tcnn., attending the
State Grand Lodge of Masons
The Siar Restaurant. I X00X00XCOOOCOXOOOOOPOOOOOOXQOX00
316 Jo Johnston Avenue.
Meals at all hours. Open Day and
Night. Furnished Rooms for Rent
by Day or Week, 409 Gay Street.
SAM SIMNtR. Proprietor. Neatness is our Motto,
w cek. Mrs. Francis at one time
prior to her marriage resided in this
Mrs: .T V l!ntif. nf Rpvpntponth ue was ituewiuB uiu u.v-
4Uaiuiaui.ia ymiuc licit, vuiic a uuui-
avenue, youth, left Saturday in re
sponse to two urgent telegrams from
Muskogee, I. T., stating that her sis
ter, Mrs. Lula B. Ellis, was dangerous
ly ill. Several messages received from
her since slate that Mrs. Ellis' condi
tion vlli1f lint Tim i fo'inll v fli a n uvul frr
ihe better, has grown no worse. She Pliant evening in the beautiful home
KlUl (-ntP,(nin fnr nn pnrlv re. ot Dr- and MlS- blultu the Parents of
enveiv. It i lint linnwn lust whPn llie J'OUng lady.
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she will return to Nashville.
ijtr 01 ner mends entertameu at u in
ner and luncheon in her honor.
Miss Edwinta Smith entertained in
honor of a few Fisli students who re
mained over after the commencement
exeiciscs. The younger set spent a
Bishop C. 11. Phillips attended the
Mrs. J. L. Bates, of 1304 Hamilton
street, entertained Mrs. J. Turner
Clemmons and Mrs. J. Blaine Bovd on
Friday afternoon, June 21 from 4 to rajsed
Mr. J. C. Napier left Monday night
to attend the Florida Negro Business
League, which convened In Pensacola,
Fla., on the 2Cth inst.
The Napicrs and Langstons are
spending the summer months at their
country home, five and a half miles on
the Nolens vi lie pike. In the party
there are Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Napier,
rally of the C. M. E. Church at Clarks-
viiie last Sunday. The sum of five
hundred and fifty-eight dollars was
Mrs. Washington, a dressmaker who
lives on Warren street, while trying
10 board a Jefferson street car on
Tuesday evening between C and
o'clock, was thrown to the ground and
diagged some distance. She was seri
ously hurt, and is confined to her bed.
Mrs. John Wendell, of 12 Trimble
street is somewhat indisposed. She
was to have started on an extensive
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Langston and Miss trip this week to points in the North, C?
Napier. The men come to the city uut owing 10 uer serious muess sue q
. - .. . . 111 in nin itn iii 11 rnni'i 1 11 n 1 iiiiiiih i '
T.nrouim l ie ci.iv am snenrt t ie nlcht . uo w'"i'v'"vl1
with limit- fnmilipu in thn pniinti-v lOl' the present.
It is learned that quite a number 'of liss Al- v- Bir(L a member of the
young ladies will bo in the city next Acuity of the Academy of Ihe Immac-
. ..... . , ,.inin Mrvtlinv lut't Mnnrlnv mnrninsT
weeit 10 aitenu me summer scnooi uifliD .v.. v o
wlnVh nni.nS nt risk Hnivprsitu nn for Louisville, where she will spend
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July 1. It is estimated approximately vacation as uie guest ui ut. ovnu
that fully eighty in addition to the VVinlock. . V
number already here will arrive. ss L,eiia Anuerson, 01 juuiiiwcs- v
Among the number are the two Misses uoro, was the guest 01 mi s. ltoui. k,.
Harris, of Montgomery, Ala. Lason, ot Eighth avenue, wortn, lues-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Allpn filnnn. nf P, Fill- uay anu Wednesday.
jirs. uaizaoein uruuguiuu oyii.es,
who has been connected with Dr. Caf-
fcy's Drug Store in Montgomery, Ala.,
ariived in the city last Thursday to
take a much needed rest preparatory
more street, have a fine baby girl.
Mrs. Anora Martin, of Louisville, is
in the city stopping with Mrs.
Mollie Dalton, of 5C Seventh street,
East Nashville. Mrs. Martin is hold
ing meetings at Odd Fellows Hall, at to entering the Junior class of Mehar
Sixth and Spring streets.
Mr. Charles Scruggs, of Chattanoo
ga, is spending the week in the city.
Mrs. M. C. Calloway, of Pittsburg.
y Medical College.
Mrs. M. J. Sanders and Mrs. A. B.
ij. u'owier, or jaciison, ienn., were
die guests of Mrs. Gilbert White, of
WILL BE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ON AND AFTER
TTTf Jj Y
CL JiSmd LL
AMUSEMENTS OF ALL KINDS.
Club House, Skating Rink, Shooting Gallery, Old Plantation
Scene, Merry-Go-Round, Etc.
ON JULY 4, SHAM BATTLE BY COMPANY G.
OLD FASHIONED BARBECUE.
PARK IS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY AND REACHED BY STREET CARS
ADMISSION FOR JULY 4, 10 CENTS
Pa., who has been spending a month ''arden stieet.
Felix llollinsworth. the little son of
Air. and Mrs. llollinsworth, died last as a whole, seem to be satisfied with
Monday at the home of his parents. the etncient services which they have
Mr. Geo. Rhodes, of 1834 Cartwright received
street,, who has been sick for a week, Mr.. Hobbs- Childress, who since the
is ahp. in bp out airaln. - 1' isle Commencement has been con-
Mrs. Maggie Fisher, of Seventh ave- fined to his home by an attack or ma-
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line, North, is on tne SICK list mis laria, was reporieu aa ueiuy some uet-
. 1a.uiKi ua.11 3, ui "i" f'"'11" . nv 1 - n.
Wnrinociov fliiss iiiiue iiiancue nauiey, 01 iiiiev- i,MO- i""u, w iuuu.Mra,uium-
in Tuskegee, is in the city spending a
few days with her uncle, Lawyer J.
W. Grant. Mrs. Calloway will leave
Monday to visit the Jamestown Exposi
tion and other points in the East be
fore returning home.
Mrs. Samuel Gregory, of Jackson
street, is on the sick list this week
street, was bitten by a dog
enth avenue, North, spent a pleasant er of Dr. A. M. Townsend, whom she
Mrs. Mamie Morton arrived in the W r miles out on the White's
city last Friday to spend a few days
with her niece Miss Willie Andrews
and Mrs. I. E. Alsup, of 718 Ewing
avenue. She will leave Saturday even
ing for Chicago to visit her niece, Mrs.
St, Clair Hudgens.
Mrs. I. E. Alsup, who was taken ill
in Mt. Olive Church last Sunday even
ing, is improving.
Mrs. Irene E. Dowell entertained the
Endowment Board of the G. C. of Ca
lanthe at her residence. No. 10 Fill
more street. Wednesday afternoon
June 12. The house
decorated with lowers and Calanthe
colors, Those present were Dr. R. F.
Bovd, O. W. C: Mrs. M. A. Turner,
Secretary; Mrs. Clemmie White, Treas
urer; N. N, Reynolds, Mrs, Katie Wil
son and Miss Bessie Pat ton.
Mr. D. C. Officer, a Tennessean by
birth, who is now residing in Denver
Col., was a pleasant caller last week
Mr. Officer expects to return west in
a few days
has been visiting for two weeks, left
for home Tuesday.
Miss Cora Lawrence, of St. Louis,
was the guest last week of Mesdames
Creek pike last week visiting Mrs. Lil
Rev. E. J. Fisher, of Chicago, was in
the city this week attending the Mc- D. N. Keeble and George Holmes
Clain-Stewart wedding. Mrs. James Burrus, of Albion street,
Mrs i.nln Millen. nf Covineton. entertained at dinner Monday Mes-
Tpnn liiis boon in the. Htv several d ames George Holmes and D. N
weeks taking a course in millinery at Keeble.
iho Jordan Millinerv School. Mr. Charles Latridge and Miss Mat
Miss Rubv Allen has just returned tie May vvisner, daughter 01 Mrs. jonn
V 1 . - . . m
from a visit to Alexandria. L. Wisner, were married at tne nome
Mr. J. Howard McMorris. who com- of the brides parents, 1017 Hawkins
nlcted the Normal Course at Walden street, at S:'J0 o'clock Wednesday even-
was beautifully University a few weeks ago, is prepar- ing, June 19.
nnd Palanthe ing to enter Harvard University in Little Miss Lillie Dodd, of Chicago,
the fall. is in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. A,
Ouite a number of the young men J. Dodd, of 920 Ewing avenue. Mr,
of Walden University have decided to Dodd is her grandfather. She came in
1 emain in the citv during the summer, the care or Mrs. rat koss, wno is vs
They are cozily ensconsced about on iting Mis. Frank Mills, of Jefferson
ihe eanimis. addinsr to the beauty of street
the camnus under the new sunerin- Dr. W. B. Reed, of Bowling Green,
tendent of grounds, Mr. M. Thornton. Ky., is in town attending the McClain-
Mrs. A. 1. Polk, of C14 Seventh ave- Stewart wedding
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nue, south, wile or uev. a. 1. i'oik, wisa iwuic in nuuico, vi
Tiov p tt TConnonv superintendent who has been very ill for the past tanooga, who was the guest or Mrs. a
v " 1 , . I I 71 ' rffnnr fnr a
of missions mid general missionary un- "iree weeus, is auie to pe out. " l L wL u JZZ
der the co-operative plan of the state Rev. A. 1. i'oiic nas returned irom m u uie , "
"f K'on.,i.v R,-,ont inst Thursday in Ms circuit, which is known . as the tor Gallatin, en route to Ilartsville,
Nashville conferring with the Home Gladeville Circuit. here she will spend the summer.
! V. 1 n I1?," I JLn J.tZ Mr. Armon Rhodes, of Murfreesboro. Miss Andrews will stop in the city on
hw Sinie. Rev. Mr. Kennedy expressed is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Mollie her return home
much satisfaction over the progress RucKer, or iiyne3 street. . Mr. James a. uozier, ine popular
made in the Blue Grass State by the Mr. M. II. Freeman, who has been Hamilton street grocer, was married
Baptists, and especially the work and employed at the post omce ror tne last to Mrs. Mamie M. uond, or yi warren
intPtotit nf iho horinls under the con- ten years as a janitor, is very ill at street, last Sunday afternoon.
,.,iiAn his home 12C2 Third avenue, South. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Robertson, of
at,, t av rinnu-Q nmi Mr ? T, Pin- liys Leal1 Johnson spent bunday at Tremont avenue, spent a very pleas
"u""l ' F HI.. 1 HI.,,, T In r Tl.nmn9
Saturday in Nashville looking over
the city. They
from Johnson City, where they had
been as delegates to the Masoni
TAYLOR & CO.
Funeral Directors pi
caiikluU'S run jure.
419 Fourth Avenue, Sorth,
Nashville, - Tenn."
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VI. G. Coles Sc Co
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
IIMV THE l!KST STOCK OK GOODS WW AT LOWEST CASH I'KHES.
Try Our 5 CtS. Coffee, the best 011 the market for the money. ' All cof
fees resh roasted each day. When in need of first-class groceries telephone
Mam 2866, - - 901 Second Ave,, S.-
Prompt attention given all orders. Goods delivered free.
Little Miss Vivia Clark, of Twelfth
Orand Lodge. Mr. Banks up to re
eently was connected with the Chris
tian Index. Both are prominent elti
?.ens and representing business men
Rev. "Win. Ilavnes. Rev. E. W. D
Isaac Rev. T. J. Townsend, Mrs. Car
ric Youns and Miss Jennie Dunson
who were dtlcpates to the Sunday
School Convention nt Union City,
Mr. Granville Lyons has severed his
connection with the National Baptist
tlon Company, has 'aeccpteel the place
vacated by Mr. iyons.
Miss Charlie Rosenburg, who has
Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis K. Thomas, of
. . If.O.'i .Tnck-srm Rtroot nvo rpioirtnff over i i m 1
were en route nome , , " ' , " J avenue, oouiu, naa ueeu m iui scvcitii
ine arrival ui a nue uuy.
Mrs. Emma Grisham, of 1C21 Jack
son street, who has spent several sum
im-MS 111 lumuia, iwnv anu r,nn,.A V n?n,1
tiecticut has decided to remain in the 7 " """V
South this season
ville, has gone to Columbia to attend "lJ?L 'iLJLt
Mr. John llobbs, of Laurel street,
nn account of whose illness anneared
in Miokp oninniTis lnst weok ts nhlft tn hecn stopping for quite a while AVith
Tcnn., returned this week and report , t ,' , ' hirs. W. S. Ellington, of Seventeenth
having had a successful session. , uont,.iop Plnndova who snent avenue, North, left for her home at
Mrs. Frank G. Smith, of Fourteenth several davs in the citv. the cuest of Colesboro, Ark., Tuesday morning. En
avenue, North", entertained at dinner Ljr. and Mrs. J. S. Martin, of Hynes route she will stop at Memphis, Little
Inst week in honor of Mrs. Nellie G. Uh ert left for Hot Snrines. Ark., last Rock, Searcy and Hot bprings, reacii
Francis of St. Paul, Minn., Mrs. Trim- Thursday. Mn llPr home, it is expected, some
l ie. of Jackson. Tcnn., and Mrs. Mrs. J W DeWees. of Anient street, time in August. Miss KosenDurg will
Brooks, of Vicksburg, Miss. A most hs able to be out acain. return to the city In the fall and en
eniovable evening was snent in the imf w T. rnnlor's eonditlnn re- ter the college course at Flsk Unlver
jiarlors of Mrs. Smith after dinner. mains about the same. sl(y-
Mrs. W. T. I'rancis, who has been The Knights of Pythias have been Dr. and Mrs. G. IT. Bandy left the
ending a few weeks in the South vis- holding their semi-annual election of city Wednesday night for Memphis.
iting Texas and Tennessee relatives, officers for the past two weeks. lev where they are the guests of Dr. and
left for her home . in Minnesota last changes have been made as the lodges, Mrs. C. A. Terrill. Before their re
TO INCREASE THE GROWTH OF
HAIR AND REMOVE DANDRUFF.
We think this preparation will give en
tire satisfaction when used to arrest de
cay and falling out of the hair. If
used as directed, it will tend to change
dry, wiry, discolored hair to glossy and
luxuriant tresses, and will keep the scalp
clean and healthy. It is germicidal and
antiseptic, and will relieve dandruff in
a short time.
PRICE PER BOTUE, 25 & 50 CENTS.
All Telephone Orders Delivered.
DAVID J. KUIIN, Druggist,
Cor. Cedar and Twelfth Ave., North.
TIIONES. MAIN 1718 AND 4036.
Send Your Family Washing
SHIRTS A SPECIALTY.
505 Fourth Ave., North.
Jordan School of Millinery.
THORIUM HSTRICT10J JIILMXKRV.
All kinds of Plowers made for Decora
tions, Floral Designs and Hats. For fur
ther information, apply
1004-Second Avenue, South-1004.
turn they will visit friends in Missis
Mrs. Waters, of Louisville, is in the
city at the bed-side of her mother, Mrs.
Coffey, of Ewing avenue.
, L0UI? OBEITSON, brother ot
deceased BOB ROBERTSON, is now
representing and is duly authorized to
collect all undue bills for tha fmw.
Ino- firmo. .ww-
VAm nv PG0RDN, Shoes.
itr x. "urtiN, vjiotninsri
We hope you will settle all yo
accounts promptly with Mr. Robe
son, so as to close his brother's but
Thanking you all in advance
your prompt settlement. You mV
find Mr. Louis Robertson at either
the above-named firms or addn
m w , . L0UIS ROBERTSON
G23 Webster street, City.