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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907.
3EATH OF MISS FLORENCE GIL
BERT. The intelligence of the death of Mlsa
Florence Gilbert, the fifteen-year-old
daughter of Rev. M. W. Gilbert, D. D.,
pastor of the Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, on West 53rd street, New
York, reached Nashville this week.
Many friends of the deceased sent
expressions of regret to Dr. and Mrs.
Gilbert, as Dr. Gilbert at one time
pastored in this city and made many
warm friends. Miss Florence expired
on the evening of July 11, 1907, at
their home at 1G5 West 53rd street.
The funeral was" held last Sunday aft
ernoon. The deceased had been ill
for several months, but bore her sick
ness with Christian fortitude and res
ignation. The remains were taken to
Jacksonville, Fla., for interment,
which took place Tuesday, July 16.
R. L. MILES, J
THE TAILOR.
FOR THE
ORGANS
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HE IS RELIABLE FORT FITJAND STYLE, as he employs only
Expert Cutters and Fitters.
HE IS RELIABLE FOR QUALITY, because he buys the highest
grade material that is manufactured. You cannot beat him in
prices for his terms are cash and profits small.
Suits from $15.00 up to $50.00.
Pants from $4.00 up to $12.00.
If you are bow-legged, knock-kneed or have round shoulders, he guaran
tees to hide it all. Give him a trial. He will be glad to have you and
your friends call to see him. Hundreds of Suits made by him will be
worn by the people leaving this city to attend conventions and other
public meetings during this summer. Have your work done by one
of the leading tailors in Nashville.
TAILOR SHOP: 423 DEADERICK ST., NASHVILLE. TENN. II
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J. H. Copclund, Prop.
iiiu riiiiicc Maying ranor.
EVERYTHING IT-TO-DATE.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CUTTIAG A SPECIALTY."
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage.
114 Fourth Ave., S.
Goods to Suit, Terms to Suit, Prices to Suit,
The. PeoDle to Suit You.
Nashville Furniture Go.
Telephone Main, 1701.
Wesley Cunningham.
Walter Bracy.
IS. G. Cullum.
21G Third Avenue, North.
Will Todd
L. 15. Hughes.
Esq. Win. Crump.
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IN HONOR OF MISS CARDEN.
Mrs. Martha" Turner, of 1915 Fifth
avenue, North, entertained a few
friends .last" Friday evening July 12.
The honorary guest was Miss L. A.
Garden, formerly of Pulaski, but now
of Nashville. Miss Blanche Davis, a
blind musician, entertained the guests
with Eeveral numbers that were en
joyed very much, after which the
guests repaired to the dining room
where a three-course menu, consist
ing of salads, pickles, ices and cakes,
was served. , Those present were Rev.
and Mrs. I. J. Edwards, Mesdames
Morris and Stratton, Misses Davis,
Carden, J. V. Dixon and G. A. Cayton.
THROWN FROM A STREET CAR.
On Monday Miss Louanna RC
made an attempt to board a Glend;""
car at the corner of Fourth aven
and Church Etreet. While stepping
the car, Conductor No. 127 pulled t
un 1 J 1 . . . . - r "
uuu vum, uie cur guinea ana jvi
Ross was thrown to the ground, la:
ing on her back and striking her h
'in the pavement. She was rendeif
inconscious and for quite a while
er she recovered she was unable
cc. She was assisted to another q
'iy two ladies who carried the injuii
'ady to her home.
Pa
rlor and.
Chapel
FIRE ON ALBERTA AVENUE.
On Tuesday afternoon about
'clock fire was discovered in a hoi
on Alberta avenue, owned by Lnf
ver James Bumpass, and occupied
Mr. Charley Edmonson.. Although
alarm was pent in from the near
box soon after the fire was discover
and the fire department respondl
; it. 1 1. i Y"
vviui us usuai promptness, me noil
was completely destroyed. It
stated that the property was insuH
Mr. Edmondson lost everything u
ins uea cioines.
SEVERELY BITTEN BY A DOG
Mr. James Wilson, of 1303 Jacksf1
street, a well-known blacksmith, w
severely bitten by a doe Saturd
night on Hamilton street, betwef
Warren and Cumberland street. T
dog bit Mr. Daniel Barry of the Co
nosing room force of the National B?
fist Publishing House a few weeks ad
causing painful lniuries. Mr. Wils
was advised to report his case to tf
police authorities.
MISS PHILLIPS ENTERTAINS
Last Saturday evening. "Sunshine?
. . -
the home of Bishop and Mrs.' C.
"Minns, was thrown open to a few
V young ladies visiting the city and
'cnd'ng the summer school at Fisk.
''"p Truly Fmma Louise, the elder
''"Mpr of Bishon and Mrs. Phillins.
cmenaineri nenutiruiiy. Unly a few
wore present. The evening was nleas-
intly spent. It was an Informal af
fair from 4 to 8 p. m. The following
were present: Miss Edna Brown, Ft.
Worth. Texas: Miss Moslev. of Mem
phis, Tenn.; Miss Landry, of Atlanta,
Ga,; Miss Collier. Tiedmont. Ga.:
Lady Emma Louise. Lucv and
T ottlo Phillips, Messrs. D. W. Crutch-
r, H. A. Boyd and Jasper Tappan
Phillips. The guests were served In
he dining-room to light refresh
ments and frappe.
One of the most beautiful pictures in the home, a
church or a Sunday school, is an organ one that
..is 1mi1...to. suit the home, the congregation and
ration Mr. A. S.Sloa c . , i .
Torai solo Mr. w. J. Biantopl the people, lliis is what
"eading ." Mrs. M. H. Grec' Ml 1
'o'n Mrs. R. 0'Nea,an wlli ao-
M'ss ATarv Page presided at thj
'hno. At the Completion Of the yTOmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
m, n course of ices was served.
DELIGHTFULLY ENNTERTAINEq
Mrs. Harvey Ewing, of Franklin wa
delightly entertained. June 3rd. 100ans are in three
by Mrs. A. A. Cullom and Mrs. Clai
ence Pinkston at the home of MrftylcSJ
Clarence Pinkston, 148 Thomas stree
from 7 o'clock to 10 o'clock. Mr!
1I"ST. GertlT T"' tefl ? the ?ars 5 octaves, action
and Miss Gertrude Lewis rendere,
several vocal selections, after wliidy.
refreshments were served. Thos
nresent were Mesdames Harvey E5 5 and 6 OCtaveS.
fnn-. of Franklin, Ned Tyree, Williar, t
Goff, David Lewis, William BritU
William Gentry, Geo. Cunninghan'.
Clarence Pinkston, A. A. Cullom, MisiS 5 and 6 OCtaveS,
Gertrude Lewis. . I .
t walnut.
MISS EVANS IN NASHVILLE. I
i.ii.iviu V il (i i. vi-
months, Miss Katie Evans, a proofter Sawed, golden
iS OUr neW de-
reader of the printing department A
e, is again in NasB 1S Pu up in a SIX
ville. Miss Evans Is well nnrl fnvnr
by known in the city, having bee
connected at one time with the A. It
E. Sunday School Union as chicj
nroof-reader, and having been one oj CW fT fWT
the proof-renders at the National VJlV, UIN
Hnptist Publishing Board. MisiiT
Evans comes to spend a part of thNX TERMS
summer with her mother and sisters
She exnects to return to Tuskegee at
IN-
the beginning of the school year. Sho"
MRS.. TYREE CALLED TO ST.
LOUIS.
Mrs. E. Tyree, of 15 North Hill
street, received a telegram last Wed
nesday morning from her daughter,
Mrs. Carrie Allen, to come at once to
t lie bedside of her little grandson,
Wayman Allen. Mrs. Allen left Nash
ville a few days ago to visit her aunt,
Mrs. Ida Harlan, and her little boy
was taken sick en -route, and has
grown worse daily.
Nashville Portrait Co.
J. W. TOLIN, Manager.
The only up-to-date picture enlarging house in Nashville,
where customers receive cordial treatment. First-class
pictures of all sizes. Lowest prices.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
Telephone, Alain 37UY. 118 Fourth Ave., North.
ILLINOIS PYTHIANS.
The K. of l of the state of Illinois
held their grand lodge at Alton this
week, says Mr. W. A. Plummer, of
Hjiiro, who was a delegate and attend
ed the meeting. The result of the
meeting was one of the best ever held
in the jurisdiction of Illinois. A
large attendance wa.s present.. Com
plete harmony among all delegates
prevailed. The report of the endow
ment board and the grand master of
exchequer showed that the Illinois
Orand Ixidge was financially in a good
condition. The delegates from the
southern part of the state went in a
special coach via St. Louis. Many
corresponding delegates from other
states were present
arrived Sunday morning and spent
he day with Mrs. Txivell Landers, o
a-HarillnistcQptbQce, W!R INFORMATION TO THE
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
I. E. ALSUP.
TELEPHONE 1277.
W. H. McGAVOCK.
Residence Phone 1458.
ALSUP & McGAVOCK
Undertakers
AND'
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FUNERAL SUPPLIES,
from the Cheapest to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Casket.
413 4th Ave., IN., Nashville.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Pino Rigs of Every Description.
PHONE, main -4130.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
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