The nasiiville globe, fiuday, July 5, iool
I FREE COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS
For Colored People
miSS ELIZABETH MOORE
In Dining room of
RAMSEY STREET BET. FIFTH AND SIXTH STREETS.
Monday, Tuesday, Wedncsda Th
day and Friday. July 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
7I30 to Q:30 p. m.
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 OAS 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
I First Prize, One Hilliker Gas Bake Oven, Coi
plete. Second Prize, One Family Gas ir
I Third Prize, One Drop Gas Light.
The holders of the winning tickets must be present when the
drawintr takes place. The demonstrator will cook an entire meal,
explain methods, let you taste the
eive cost ol gas consumed during ine
I. E. ALSUP.
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WASlllSfi BY, THE TOUSD.
The Economical Steam Laundry Is
making a specialty of Rough dry work.
Send' your clothes and have them
washed at 6 cents a pound. All
sheets, bed spreads, to., Ironed.
Tkonj Main 1829 Rooms 10G-107 1st Floor
G. F. ANDERSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Practices before all the State and Federal
Courts of Tennessee.
, iIf my name don't appear in the Telephone
Book, ask information for it.
419 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn.
J. FITE. A. G. FITE. H. G. EITE.
Pressing Club and First
class Barber Shop.
Cleaning, Pressing and Altering Neatly
Done. Ladies' Work a Specialty,
Clothes called for and delivered.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call
to see us.
024 CEDAR ST., NASHVILLE, TESJ.
Office Phone Main 2703. Residence 1824
Jefferson St. Residence Phone Main 31 31 Y.
DR. S. S, CARUTHERS,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
410 CEDAK STREET.
Offlci Hours: 9 to 1 1 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m.. 7 to 8 p. m,
Jordan School of Millinery.
TH0Pi:(!H nSTRl'CTIOJ II MLI.VFRY.
All kinds of Flowers made for Decora
tions, Floral Designs and Hats. For fur
ther information, apply ,
1004-Sccond Avenue, South-1004.
dainties, answer all questions, and &
preparation 01 me mai. b
XT A. COT7ITTC A C l I
W. H. McGAVOCK.
Residence Phone 1458.
from the Cheapest to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Casket.
413 4th Ave., N., Nashville.
Fanny Taylor Restaurant,
FINE LUNCHES. (Prompt Attention)
Meals 5, 10, 15 and 25 cents.
139 Fourth rtienue. South.
llattic L. IVoldritlgc
Plain Sewing and Shirt Waists Spec
ialties by Miss Hattie L. Woldridge
1307 HAYNES ST.
Work called for and delivered.
If you wish
FIRST CLASS SEWING
Done of any description carry
your work to
Mrs. Thomas, 67 Maple St.
WE ARE ALWAYS
Up With The Times.
Our Superintendent's and
Teacher's Handbook, contain
ing Lesson Texts, Review Sug
gestions, School Readings, Mus-
ir-nl SiifTorpotinno etc. for the In-
j. 1 ndc ft... inn? :
lermiuuiiai ssuin 101 .
HOW ready. No Superintendent
or Teacher should be without
this v1iiflWe little hook. It is
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unaenom nauonai. 1 uuhmicu
ior tne mxeresi 01 punuaj ciiuui
Prices: Cloth, 25 cts; Leather
National Baptist Publishing Board
BKT. B. II. BO ID, Sec'y,
523 Second Avenue, North,
NASIIVILLE, - - TENNESSEE.
Fresh Meats and Fresh Country
Best stock of groceries; lowest cash
prices. Careful attention given all
orders. Give us a call and you will
718 Overton St.. Nashville, Tenn.
SHOULD BE PROTECTED BY
For Reasonable Rates and Good
Insurance in Reliable
306 THIRD AVENUE, N.
Tlionc Main 10(l.r.
UlrVSlUli'll W 1 1 1 lv A i I:
A Jl-UkJAXI V V JAJ KJ1.L M .1
Suits and rants made
SATISFACTION G UAKANTEED
328 Cedar St., Nashville, TeiUl.
Will be uiven oy
Prof. Frederick Douglas Dyer,
at His Residence
143-Tth Avenue, N.,
From Six to nine o'cIock I'. M., Prices
reasonable. Call on or uddrtss nie ut 113-7th
Since Clarksville was first incorpor
ated saloons have been countenanced
niirl thrivprl TiSsr. Satnrrlav the last.
day of licensed traffic brought out a social gathering Monday night. Re
larue crowd that wouid have rivalled freshments were served and llev a.
circus days. Many, with heavy pock
et-books and light-hearts saw the day
ushered in, but noted its passing with
lighter pocket-books, heavy hearts and
heavier jugs and jags. For some time
the city folks, rich and poor, lame and
halt, have been laying in a supply for
medicinal purposes only. Clarksville
is now only dry on the surface, but to
make it doubly so, drastic laws, not in
conilict with the interstate commerce
laws, as interpreted by the Supreme
Court of the United States, will be
On last Monday night, under lavor-
able auspices, the commanding of-
ficers of the Twentieth Century Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, elected at last
regular meeting were installed. A
larire membership was present and
tacit instructions were given the dele-
.rntnn i r i 1 1 r Clt'anA T .Ofl CTO trt PnmtTltinfl
the said lodge to hold its next annual
session at this place.
The Institute for Colored Teachers
of Middle Tennessee, which has been
in session for the last three weeks,
closed Friday afternoon. Several
state certificates were -presented to sev
eral teachers, while a few others were
not so fortunate. A "Consolation
party by the Maple Leat Club was
given in honor of the visiting teachers
Mr. Ed. Johnson, of Rochester, N. Y.,
and Miss Eva Anderson, the salutato-
rian of this year's graduating class,
were quietly married last Sunday aft
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cobb came iu
Tuesday from LaGrange, Ky.
Mr. Jesse Gordon went to Belleville,
Mr. Pleasant Scruggs is in Owens-
GOOD LETTS V I LLE NOTES.
Mr. Gillard Finch visited Nashville
Misg IjUeUa UUcy of Nashviiie( is
visitiias relatives and friends of this
Miss Marie L. Thomas, an employee
at the Southern College of Music
Nashvil0i is ending this week
Mrs. Martha Hendricks visited her
daughter, Mrs. Nettle Gee, of Edge
field Junction, last Sunday.
Prof. Bryant, of Nashville, delivered
a very helpful address here at the C
M'. E. Church on the evening of June
duiiiiovnt uo luuiojjuu
Master Hobart Cantrell, one of the
most energetic boys of our commun
ity, takes much pride in the fact that
he has started a bank account.
Airs. Alartha Baker has returned
from her trip to Kentucky.
lJlans are now well on toot for the
grand church rally at Baker's Chapel
C. AI. 13. Church on Sunday, July 14.
Dr. Luckett, of Nashville, and other
prominent ministers will be present
and render service.
Cupid has been moving effectively
around here for some time. Conse-
ciuentlv Airs. Emma Joyner. an e&
teemed widow and patron of the
Globe, has given her heart to Air. Ed.
Vester, an employee on the L. & rt
Railroad; and the wedding takes
place on the evening of the 25th inst.
at Bakers Chapel C. Al. E. Church.
SPRING HILL NOTES.
Airs. Lucy Sharber is improving.
Air. it. AicKissack is sick.
Aiesdamc3 H. Folk, A. AIcLemore
and Al. Byers are slightly indisposed
Alias Allie AIcLemore has returned
home fiom Nashville where she has
been attending school.
Airs. Sallie Blair and Airs. Eliza Mc
Lemore entertained Dr. A. C. AlcKis
sack, of Nashville. Elegant dinners
were served and the doctor greatly en
joyed the occasions.
The music rendered by the Wesley
choir Sunday under the management
of Airs. T. J. Feters was very pleas
ant. Miss Alayme Blair and Air. A.
Jenkins took the ottering Sunday
morning and Air. Feters and Air. Over-
ion at night.
A new meat market has been opened
heie near the post ollice and several
new buildings are going up.
Air. and Airs. F. Aicbemore, of Alt.
Zion, have moved back to their home.
Air. "Ned Scruggs reports his busi
s.vfrai of our voung men were
fined this week tor ouensive misue
meanois. if our families would show
such violators that there is a diner
once between them and law-abiding
bovs much Kood would be done.
Miss Bertna AIcLemore win spenu
the summer in Nashville preparatory
to entering college in the tail
Prof. Foster exhibited here weunes
day night. He. has a high class oi
The Howard Congregational Church
is at this time very active, the serv
ices are well attended in spite ot the
fact that members are out of the city
taking their vacation. Kev. G. V.
Hemphill, a member of the church,
preached last bunday td an interested
audience. Ho gave a spienuiu dis
course upon "Civic Righteousness."
The men's Club had an enthusiastic
IS. Uriggs, the guest of the evening,
suoke in an informal way of his ob
servations during his northern lecture
The change of the hour of the bun-
day school trom 9:30 to 12:25 is pop
ular with the members. A large num-
uer of the older members remain to
the Bible class study conducted by Dr.
church service begins at 11 a. m.
lisll:1i hut closes promptly at 12:16,
,m(1 js thoret'ore only one hour and a
nuarter long. After the intermission
f t minutes the Sunday school as-
ambles and is in session only one
hour, closing at 1:20, uius uiiusius
the entire service o preaching and
Sunday school within two hours and
The annual picnic will enjoy an
outing at Greenwood Park Thursday,
July 11. Pleasure wagons will leave
the church at 8 o'clocK on me morn
ing of the 11th. Every member and
all of the friends of the church are in-
vitffl tO CO.
Dr. Bond, the pastor, requests me
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piesence at the church of every mem-
r on next Sunday morning, dm
nsho has a matter of importance to
announce to the church.
Instead of Dr. Hammonds and son
dining with Mr. Wm. l-uslc, as ap
peared in the Globe some time ago,
Dr. Hammonds, little son ana im.
Lusk dined at the Industrial School.
Our Sunday School has new lite.
Number enrolled Sunday, June ou,
58. Rev. Smith is very very mucu
elated, over the improvement of the
Miss Lizzie Hill is able to sit up.
Mrs. Redmond, who has been quite
sick, is up apnin.
Miss II. Henley is still sick.
Mr. Clarence Rideout, Little Roy
Kelling and Mrs. Frank Hudson are
. 1 1.' .1
on tue sick n:a.
Miss Dellr Buchanan, an accom
plished organist of our town, is indis
posed. DELIGHTFUL OUTING.
Snruce Street Baptist Church and
Sunday School went on their annual
nicnic Monday, to Hermitage by way
nf K P, & St. L. Railway. The train
containing six c;u u-n wut6l -
station between ten ana eievvn
in-.i.- nn,1 reached home about 6.
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The weather was very warm in- the
bpuciai aenvery stamps
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Dry Goods and Carpet Go.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Square.
Carry tlie Best Stock ol Carpets,
The Best Assortment ol Silks and
The Handsomest Line ol Cloaks
COLORED SKATING RIIIK
la open to the Public with plenty of up-to-date bal-
COR. EIGIITII AND JO JOHNSTON ATEXUES.
Special frte instructions will be given to
ladies each Monday and Thursday after
noons. Good order will be observed during
skating hours. Ice cream andcold drinks
KOHEKT L. MILLER, Gen. Mgr.
FOR SALE TO COLORED PEOPLE.
New 3 room cottage, 7th St., oppo
site Boscobel College. $900; $100 cash,
Balance, $10 per month. 6 percent in
terest. T. G. KIRKPATRICK, J3 Arcade.
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
TB CLAY &100RE,
THE HEAL ESTATE AGENT,
U9 CEDAIl ST., I50YI) liUILDIXO,
Phoue Mam 967. (Up Stairs.)
Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
r.'-r REfillAR D.1JCIXG CLASS
every Monday and Friday uiphts from
S:o to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will give
instructions free of charge to all wishing
to learn the new dances that are put on.
Good order will be observed Parents
with children admitted free.
" DOCK LIJER, Instructor.
ADMISSION J 15 Cents.
city, but at the picnic grounds a re
freshing breeze was stirring all day.
At 12 0 clock a basket lunch was
served, after which both young and
old entered into the spirit of the af
fair, the result being an ideal day of
rest of body and mind as well as a day
CUT A MAN'S THROAT.
A few days ago Ralph Walton was
engaged in a row with a man whose
name could not be learned, when
Thomas Davis, it is claimed, with
but few words, took a hand in the af
fray, and cut Walton's throat, making
a wound nearly six inches in length.
Davis plead guilty in the City Court
Monday on the charge of assault with
intent to kill and was bound over to
the Criminal Court by Judge Baker.
HALLS HILL NOTES.
Rev. Alice Bishop, of Nashville,
spent the night of June 29 with Mrs.
Mrs. Ed. Barton, of Readysville, is
the guest of Mrs. Tom Rhodes.
Mason Sr.nders, wife and little
daughter, Beatrice, and Mrs. Laura
McAdoo attended the burial of Mr.
Jesse Sanders at Porterfield on Fri
day. A large crowd from this place at
tended a basket dinner at the C. P.
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