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, THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 2S, 1S07.
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Great
Beef 5k
mum
Contest
BETWEEN
WALTER S. THOMAS,
Champion of the South, who has an
Unbroken Record.
Thomas has defeated men from both sides of the At
lantic, and has an unbroken record, having defeated
all his opponents with ease.
C. P. PRICE,
The Great and Unbeaten Champion
of the Southwest.
Price has a strong following, and his many friends
believe that he can turn the trick. He has a long
list of victories to his credit, and is making special
preparations for this battle.
TThey will Contest for the Championship of the World. A Gold Medal will be Awarded.
CLARENCE BATSON will try conclusions with WILL MILLER. These two men are about equally
matched, and will make a hot race for first honors.
ADMISSION TO ARENA,
25 CENTS.
CONTEST BEGINS AT 3:00 O'CLOCK.
v.
ALBERT WASHINGTON, Referee. H. A. CAMERON, Time Keeper.
At the regular meeting of Friend;
s-hlp Lodge, Knights of Pythias, Mon
day night,, Mr. Russell Howard was
again honored by being elected Chan
' ccllor Commander. Mr. Howard, who
was the first member of this lodge to
lill that station, made such an envi
able record that the members showed
their appreciation of his services by
recalling him.
Mrs. James Davis, of 9 Garden
street, left for Memphis this week
where she will visit her daughter,
Mrs. A. G. Price.
Crawford Harwell is spending the
summer in New York.
,Miss Martha Wells has been indis
posed this week. While teaching in
the Worst, she contracted malaria it
seems and for several days ha3 been
the victim of chills.
Mr. E. It. Hill, who has spent sev
cial months in Nashville and its en
virons, left the city Tuesday night for
Mow Yni'1 Citv. While en route he
X'will spend several days at the James
town Exposition. After remaining tor
a few days in New York he will doubt
less leave for Newport, R. I., for the
summer, returning to the former city
in the fall.
Miss Willie Page has completely re
covered from her recent indisposition.
Mrs. C. C. Cannon, who has been
suffering from rheumatism, is much
letter.
Mr. Ulysses Bowman, of Memphis,
has been visiting the city this week.
Mr. Bowman is connected with the
Chickasaw Dyeing . and Cleaning
Works of that city, an institution
which draws a liberal patronage from
the citizens of the Bluff City. He re
sided in Nashville a few years ago
and while here made a host of friends,
all of whom welcomed his return. Mr.
Bowman is a great admirer of the
Glole, expressing the opinion that it
i3 the best paper that comes to Mem
phis. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Tate, and their
daughter, Mrs. Geo. 0. Boyd, of Eighth
avenue, North, made a very profitable
visit to the Baptist Publishing House
Tuesday morning. This was Mr. Tate's
rt-.itlal visit to the Publishing House,
altid he expressed himself as being
TPMblv suYprised to linu i.ne con-
urn so extensive and prosperous.
Miss Jimmie Mason, of Fourth ave-
e South, will leave to-morrow tor
.illavllla
Miss Georgia L. Hartley, of Eleventh
?nue, North, was quite sick Monday,
lisses Amanda McReynolds and
'lie Gish, of Ilopkinsville, Ky.,
the guests of Mrs. Classie Gar-
i
dener, of 710 Ewing avenue la,st Sun
day. Dr. Garfield Glass, of class of '98,
Meharry Medical 1 College, went to
Dawson Springs last week for his
health.
Miss Bashie Williams, of 171G Tenth
avenue, South, left last Saturday for
Chicago.
Mrs. Lizzie Henderson, of Chicago,
is the guest of her niece, Mrs. Nicholas
Perkins, of 1512 Harding street.
Mr. and Mrs. llobt. C. Eason spent
a delightful afternoon Sunday in the
country near Brentwood.
Mrs. C. McGann, of Eighth avenue,
North, was confined to her room Tues
day by a slight indisposition. -
Mr. James II. Davis, of CIO Sylvan
street, Is very sick.
Mr. Robert Williams, of 1115 Jack
son street, is indisposed this week.
Mrs. Samuel Caruthers, of Colum
bia, with her children, "Bob" and
Bona, will spend two weeks in the city
visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Caruth
ers, of Gil Jo Johnston avenue.
Miss Ruthella, the little daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. G. II. Bandy, has gone
to the Hermitage to spend several
weeks with her grandparents.
Miss Cora Allen, of the Baptist
Publishing house, is confined at home
on account of sickness.
Mrs. A. L. King, of Fourth avenue,
South, is slightly indisposed.
Mrs. Missouri Allen, of Pulaski,
Tenn., is visiting her brother, Prof.
J. B. Batte.
Mrs. Josie O. Hughes is visiting rel
atives in the city.
Miss Sadie Stratton, of C32 Bass
street, who has been very sick, is
much improved.
Mrs. W. D. Chappc-lle and children
are home after spending a while with
relatives and friends at Columbia,
S. C.
Isabella Horton, the world's girl
evangelist, will speak at Spruce Street
Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. W. O. Tate, of Eighth avenue.
North, is taking a week "off" for re
cuperation. Tuesday he spent the
evening in the country with Dr. Noel,
Wednesday he snent part of the day
making rounds with Dr. Stewart, and
the rest of the week was spent around
and about home, working out the pro
gram arranged daily by Mrs. Tate, his
genial, affable and most industrious
wife.
Peter Schute and Ida Jenkins.
George Cogcr and Lula Wells.
Albeit Scott and Mary Neal.
, Louis Webb and Carrie Perkins.
Elden Blackwell and Lila Bailey.
Alnnzo Wat ley and Lula Sanders.
Charlie Mintlow and Annie Wilson.
William Bradly 'and Susie L. Rice.
.Tan.es A. Dczi?r and Mamie Bonds.
James M. Fairgfe and Lula B. Wil
son. Joe Coin and Alias Maggers.
Oliver II. Brown and Julia A White.
DEATHS.
MARRIAGES.
Finest Garrett and Ellen Litton.
Dr. T. Ernest McClain and Fate Lu
Stewart.
Henrietta Sample, 713 Winter
street, 08 years.
Jessie Mason, Creek and Hill
streets, 12 years.
Felix Hollensville, 'Simmons avenue,
near Cedar, 8 months.
George Wellington, 130G Fourth av
enue. North, rear, 1 year.
Infant of Mary Culp, 1G30 Hubb al
ley. Mary Alice Marshall, 2521 Stewart
street, 1 year.
Clias. Collins, City Hospital, 2S
years.
Margaret Furgerson, 3011 West
End, G months.
Mansfield Jenkins, 116 Whiteside
street, 2 years.
William Manlove, 1820 Batavia
sheet, 4G years.
T orengo Roland, 81 1 Fourth ave
nue, South, rear, 45 years.
Zelma Woodard, 414 irear North
Fifth street, 2 years.
Bruce Reynold::, 1116 Ninth avenue,
South. 55 years.
Andrew Bardny, 28 East Hill street,
?! years.
Luttie Rothrock, 110 Fifth avenue,
South. 27 years.
Julia Williams Davidson, 195 Fil
moie ftiect, 9 months.
Philip Murphy, 1117 Church street,
15 years. -
Moses Patterson, Twenty-fourth av
enue, Noith, 17 years.
Rohtcrt Hill, 1202 Kayno avenue, 4
months.
Sammie Bailey, 1021 Fourteenth
vvcmio, Noith, 21 years.
Alexander Scott, 927 Warren street,
32 years.
Mary Puryear, Clifton avenue, 54
ycvn-s.
'Harris Rob;":! Davis, 511 Pcabody
street, 1 month.
Mat tie Riley, Creek street, 11
months.
Lucy Carver, 43 Claiborne street,
53 years,
Eliza Hanson, 1823 Sixth avenue,
North, 31 years.
Infant of Walter and Alice Alexan
der, 515 Sixth avenue, South.
Eugene Snowden, C24 Sycamore
street, 35 years.
Infant of Eliza and Nelson Irwin,
112 Sycamore street.
Francis Turner White, 442 Syca
more street.
William Crandle, State Prison, 17
years.
Fyle Thompson, Nolcnsvillc pike,
17 years.
Margaret Anna Wooton, 3 miles
Harding pike, 14 years.
The annual sermon of-the Railroad
Protective Association will be
preached by Rev. Luckett, Sunday,
June 30th, 1907, at 3:. 00 o'clock, cor
ner Cedar and Walnut streets.
All members are urged to be pres
ent. The public is cordially invited.
WM. D. BOG Eft, Secretary.
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 449C-Y. "Ask the man" about
our rigs.
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE.
October Rules, 1907.
Willie Mai Powell vs. Lott Powell.
In this cause it appearing to the sat
isfaction of the Court that the defend
ant is a non-resident of the Stafce of
Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law can not be served upon
him; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance here
in at the next term of the Davidson
County Circuit Court, to be holden at
the Court House in Nashville, Tennes
see, on the 2nd Monday in October, it
being the 14th day, and defend, or
complainant's bill will be taken for
confessed as to him and set for hear
ing ex paivte. It is therefore ordered
that a copy of this order be published
for four weeks in succession in the
Nashville Globe, a newspaper pub
lished in Nashville.
L. M. II ITT. Clerk.
M. B. COOK, D. C.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Solicitor for Complainant.
6-21-07 4t
WANTED.
WANTED Bright, .energetic man
or woman to manage local business for
manufacturer in Murfreesboro, Frank
lin, Pulaski, Columbia, Clarksville,
etc. Address
MRS. CARRIE V. YOUNG,
31G Eighth avenue, N.
WANTED Wall paper to make your
home beautiful. We have it a 4c per
loll and up, or 90c per room. Pict
ures and frames in proportion.
COOPER'S 432 Deaderick, near Fifth
avenue.
WANTED Reliable Cook. Good
home to right woman. Tel. 163 Hem
lock. MRS. SAUL GORDON.
2105 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 & Gibhs, East Prairie, Missouri.
Dept. 7.
FOR KMT.
FOR RENT Part of office, gas
light, at Bcyd Building. See Janitor.
A beautiful suite of rooms
on the third floor of the Napier
Court 411 Fourth Ave., North.
There are five rooms with a
oflass-stained partition. Will
be rented in whole or in part.
Can be u-ed as a flat or lodre
room .
Appiv to
J. C. Nap i f.n,
One Cent Savings Bank,
l-lH-'iTtl
FINE PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP!
Inquire-at 207 Fifth avenue, South.
ONLY RELIABLE FAWH3R0KER IN
SOUTH KASHY1LLE.
W4l km Sob
135 Fourth Avenue, ,

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