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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY ID, 1207.
NEED ANYTHING? CALL ON! -
Richard Hill
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Pension Vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL.
Is your life insured? Is your house
and furniture insured? Aren't
you tired paying rent?
Office 'Phone, Slain 1889. Home Thone Slain 2812.
OFFICE 410-2 CEDAR ST.,
Nasliville, - Tennessee,
Look Here, Young Man!
6"ef
f $TI want Several
men at once. Will
pay good salaries.
Will give constant
employment. Come
to see me to-day at
428 Fifth Ave., 1
6-14-07-tf
WANTED.
GO TO
JAGKSON BROS.
-FOR
GROCERIES
CLARKSVILLE NOTES.
Since the passing of the saloon a no
ticeable feature Is the entire absence
of drunkenness and rowdyism. If for
tno reason other than this, the local
option law is to be commended.
Strawberry aveuue, the former thor-
CK.IUW nnA n-nd. r..rv oughfare of the saloon element, Lj de
ncau mtaia ami i ivau wmm; erted gave ln one or twQ lngtan
Produce.
Best stock of groceries; lowest cash
prices. Careful attention given all
orders. Give us a call and you will
be pleased.
718 Overton St.. Nashville, Tenn.
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 4496-Y. "Ask the man" about
our rigs.
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 Deaderlck, near Fifth
avenue.
Instances.
and at night the most unfrequented
place, with only one light to guide the
unwonted traveler. Several persons
left the city before and after the clos
ing law went into effect; but can It be
said that this is the apparent cause of
the remarkable behavior the citi
zens? While there are no open places
for the thirsty within this desert town,
a daily migration to the oases of Guth
rie and Hopkinsville i3 seen.
A hairbreath escape from death,
with the only damage, a demolished bi
cycle, was witnessed by many persons,
on one of the principle streets of the
city last Friday evening. A youth of
rustic appearance was coasting down
Franklin street hill when he noticed
an automobile driven by a machinist
gaining rapidly on him. Endeavoring
to get out of its wake, the cyclist took
the opposite side of the street, only to
be followed by the automobile. The
next instant a head-end collision oc
curred with the above named result.
Clarksville, one of the poorest light
ed towns in the state, did not hide its
beacon brightness under a bushel
measure, at the session of the GraDd
Lodge Knights of Pythias at Knox
ville last week; but the representatives
of the Twentieth Century Lodge com
manded that august body of Pythlans
to see Clarksville as it is; Extensive
movements are already on foot to
make the Grand Lodge visit pleasant,
and the largest rttendance in the his
tory of the fraternity is expected.
Beaming beatific beams and with
PRESSING & CLEANING, hearts bent on pleasure, several merry
picniCKers lruin mis city weui iu
Hampton Station last Thursday morn
ing to the annual outing of the Fin-de-Sicle
Club. The day seemed prone
with many disappointments. Instead
of arriving at the grounds on the first
ivoln TiQaclncr tho morrv-malrprc! worn
328 Cedar St., Naslmlle, leiin. reiegated to the second, making them
Mis. Annie M. Lowe, of Nashville,
returned to the city Tuesday, after
spending a few days with her parents.
Rev. and Mrs. Reed are at Jefferson.
Mrs. Eva Sneed has returned to the
city to spend a few 'Weeks.
Mrs. B. A. Darden and two little sons
are visiting relatives and friends in
the city this week.
Come to the Baptist Church Satur
day nigiit to the grand reception of
Mother Goose.
Tlr OTIIY'
Dry Goods and Carpet Go.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Square.
EVERY HOME
SHOULD BE PROTECTED BY
Fire Insurance.
For Reasonable Rates and Good
Insurance in Reliable
Companies, -
SEE
ROBT H. FITE & CO.,
306 THIRD AVENUE, N.
(College St.)
TELEPHONE, Alain 602,
6-7-07-tf
. MARRIAGES.
Dick Smith and Annie King.
Richard Dixon and Lizzie Roddy.
Thomas Hurt and Hattie Sympton.
A. Tunsell and Emma Fatcher.
Maud Riley and Add Hampton.
John Watkins and Clara Cross.
Will Williams and Eva Kiser.
John Boss and Lizzie Miller.
Cleveland Toower and Unis B. Har
ris.
Dennis Crutcher and Ada Brown.
Grant Hamlet and Susie McMilliam.
John Hill and Mary Taylor.
Carry the Eest Stock of Carpets,
The Best Assortment ol Silks and,
Dress Goods,
The Handsomest Line ol Cloaks
and Suits.
Tlione Slain 1005.
First-Class Work
ABE ULVAVITZ
TAILOR
M.-nTtf
Suits and Pants made I
to Order.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
6-14-07-1 m
FOR RENT.
. FOR RENT Part of office, as
light, at Boyd Building. See Janitor.
WASHING BY . THE POUND.
The Economical Steam Laundry is
P NO LESSONS
Will be Given by
Prof. Frederick Douglas Dyer,
at HU Residence
143-Tth Avenue, N.,
(VINE STREET)
From Six to nine o'clock P. M.f Prices
reasonable. Call on or address me at 143-th
Avenue, North.
and have them
washed at 6 centa a pound. All
heets, bed spreads, etc., ironed.
making a specialty of Rough dry work. KeStaUTant,
sen a your cioins mm uvo
FINE LUNCHES. (Prompt Attention)
Meals 5, io, 15 and 25 cents.
139 Fourth Avenue, South.
Ilattio L. Voldridgc
Plain Sewing and Shirt Waists Spec
ialties by Miss Hattie L. Woldridge
1307 HAYNES ST.
Work called for and delivered.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
4-19-07-tf
Tlione Main 1825) Rooms 101M07 1st Floor
BOYD BUILDING.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Practices before all the State and Federal
Courts of Tennessee.
If my titme don't appear In the Telephone
Book, ask information for it.
419 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn.
J. FITE. A. G. FITE. H. O. EITE.
HIE BROS.,
If you wish
FIRST CLASS SEWING
one hour and forty minutes nearer the
meridian. Frozen desserts ordered,
passed by in full view of the manage
ment, and came on the Clarksville ex
press office, much to the discomfort of
those present. The string band failed
to show up; but the goose-bone man
was there with a variety of weather
that will not be forgotten soon. Not
being satisfied with the first drench
ing rain, the elements made a second
and more potent descent, causing some
no doubt, to recall the Biblical recital
of Noah and his ark. Night, however,
gave relief to those clad in white, who
had been without proper rain protec
tion. The announcement of the death of
Mrs. Carrie Warfield which occurred
last Sunday at her home in this city,
will be received with sincere regret not
only, by relative and friend3 of this
place, but by relatives and acquaint-
... 111 mi
ances in distant communities. me
services for the dead were said last
Tuesday afternoon before a sorrowing
crowd that taxed the capacity of Mt.
Olive Baptist Church, with Rev. E. II.
Smith officiating. Interment was at
Golden Hill Cemetery.
Simple funeral services were said
over the remains of Mrs. Mary Stoner,
wife of Rev. Stoner, last Friday at
Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
Miss Lillie Overton is in McEwen,
Tenn.
Mr. Ed. Summers, of Hopkinsville,
DEATHS.
Hester Copeland, Glen Cliff, Tenn.,
44 years.
Infant of Henry and Leallie Wig
gins, 717 Sevier street.
Chas. Webb, Jr., Cumberland River,
14 years.
Mary Mayness 1213 Higgins street,
39 years.
Mary Smith, Gyser (Trimble Bot
tom), 29 years.
Infant of Fped and Emma Shute, 4
days.
Uyley Otten, 8 miles Whites Creek,
pike, 23 years.
Green Lance, County Asylum, 55
years.
John Beasley, County Asylum, 85
years.
Wm. Irandale, State Prison, 17
years.
Josephine Price, 449 Eighth ave
nue, North, 31 years.
Fannie Payne, Memphis Tenn.
years.
Ada Loraine, City Hospital,
years.
Lottie Booker, 804 First avenue,
North, 39 years.
AlniTzn Tnvlnr West ITill 6 months.
Levy Myert. 1002 Stevenson avenue, fQR SALE TO COLORED PEOPLE.
to years.
43
19
COLORED SKATIHS RIIIK
Is open to the Public with plenty of up-to-date bal
bearing skates.
COK. EIGHTH AXD JO JOHNSTON ATENUES.
Special free instructions will be given to
I ladies each Monday and Thursday after
noons. Good order will be observed during
skating hours. Ice cream and cold drinks
for sale.
KOREKT L. MILLER, Ocn. Mgr.
6-14-07-U
Georgie Williams, 19 Willow street,
28 days.
John Steanfield, Clifton avenue,
near Nashvile, 1 year.
Lewis Benford, Mulloys alley, 17
years.
Felix Cotton, 714 Fogg street, 45
years.
Fanie Mav Hollinsworth, Cedar
street and Twenty-fourth avenue, N.,
30 years.
Eliza Dillahunty, 90G Ninth avenue,
South, 2 years.
Delia Jordan, 119 Springhead street,
16 years.
Emily Winchester, 510 Tenth Street.
(51 years.
Adeline Gowen, 522 Sixth avenue,
South, 75 years.
Minnie McKeeble, 425 Twelfth ave
nue, North, 29 years.
Jas Henry Whitsey, 919 Ewing ave
nue, 6 months.
Jessie Jointer, Jr., City Hospital,
20 years.
Pressing Club and First- Done of any description carry Bpent Sunday in the city.
class Barber Shop.
Cleaning, Pressing and Altering Neatly
-Done. Ladies' Work a Specialty,
Clothes called for and delivered.
Expert Barbers.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call
to see us.
'Phone
924 CEDAR ST.,
your work to
Mrs. Thomas,
67 Maple St.
NASHVILLE, TEH.
Telephone Main 1173.
J. S. Martin,
PROPRIETOR
THE CUSTOM. HOUSE LIVERY
STABLE.
First-Class Livery on Short Notice.
712 and 7UBroadwaj,
USUAL
WE ARE ALWAYS
Up With The Times.
Mr. Robt. Williams, of Hopkinsville,
returned home Sunday.
Mr. John Jackson, of Hopkinsville,
was in the city Sunday visiting par
ents and friends.
Mr. Chas. Lynch, of Hopkinsville,
spent Sunday with friends.
Dr. C. A. Kelly returned from Knox
ville Monday.
Mr. E. D. Roberts came in from
Knoxville Monday.
Misses Martha Alexander and Ida
Woodward went to Pegram Saturday.
SMYRNA NOTES.
Our Superintendent's and
I Teacher's Handbook, contain
ing Lesson Texts, Review Sug-
c-1 1 n 1 ! A 1
gesuuus, ouiuui luauiugs, The weather is exceedingly warm
ical Suggestions, etc, lor tnc in- and the farniera are rushing through
I ternational Lessons for 1907 is with their ploughing and threshing
HOW ready. No Superintendent their wheat so as to get a chance to
nr Teicher should be without lie ln the shade-
or leacner snouiu oe wiuiuui Notwitshtanding the warm weather
this VUlUaOie little UOOK. ll is hprrv nfH.prs nro constantly coins
undenominational. Published to and fro. morning and evening. They , '
rin.v uriHi tht Riinininns Viidrlin
for the interest of Sunday SCllOOl find a ready market for their fruit, her to ome away from pain an(i sor
IN MEMORIAM.
Hester Copeland was born July 14,
18G3, and departed this life July 14,
1907. aged 44 years. She was a con
sistent Christian and joined St Paul
A. M. E. Church when quite a girl.
A few years ago after moving to the
country she united with Seay's Chapel
M. E. Church, where her membership
remained until the day of her death.
She was married to Sylvester Cope
land in 1882. She leaves three chil
dren, two sisters, four brothers, two
aunts, two uncles and a host of friends
and relatives to mourn her loss.
Mrs. Copeland was a devoted moth
er, and a true sister. Hers was a
beautiful life of self-sacrifice, she was
ever solicitous for the comfort and
welfare not only of those who were
near and dear to her, but to all with
whom she came in contact. However
hard her burden or great her pain,
she bore it with Christian fortitude,
never murmuring or complaining of
her suffering. Hers was a happy
peaceful ending. In the early morn
ing hours she, still thinking even then
of the comfort of others arose to place
the cover over her only daughter and
perhaps take a last look at her. It
was then mat me ucain aiigei m
New 3 room cottage, 7th St., oppo
site Boscobei College. $900? $J00 cash,
Balance, $10 per month. 6 percent in
terest. J. G. KIRKPATRICK, 13 Arcade.
6-8-07-tJ.
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
SEE
T. CLAY MOORE,
THE HEAL ESTATE AGENT,
419 CEDAR ST., BOYD BUILDING,
Thoue 31am 907. (Up Stairs.)
Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
BOYD'S HALL
CEDAR STREET.
&r REGl'LAR D.1XCISG CLASS
every Monday and Friday nights from
8:30 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 IHER, Instructor.
ADMISSION 15 Cents.
3C
Nashville,
Tenn.
Walter S. Thomas
Workers.
Prices: Cloth, 25 cts; Leather
.35 cents.
National Baptist Publishing Board
BET. B. II. 110 II), secy,
523 Second Avenue, North,
NASHVILLE. - - TENNESSEE.
) 13-2.'06t4
DE1LER II
CHOICE FRESH AND CURED J
MEATS.
expert Sausaae Maker,
All Heats selected from Home Killed Stock.
Fr.u... iqii fQUaTS! AVE., ?!.
MASON
GROCERY AND FEED STORE,
ICE CREAM AM) SOFT DKlMiS.
WOOD, COAL AND KINDLING.
My Peddle Wagon wm. Visit you
Daily.
1512 TWELFTH AVEXl'E, SOUTH. ,
7-19-07-tx
and are the jolliest set to be found.
Mrs. Johnnie Morris, who left here
last year as Miss Susie E. Etter, ar
rived here Tuesday morning from
Earlington, Ky., to visit her mother,
who is quite sick.
Miss E. M. Perry is in the city this
week the guest of Mrs. J. C. Field.
Mr. I. J. Johnson spent Sunday here
with relatives and friends.
Trofs. W. O. Walden and Williams
exhibited to a large crowd at the Bap
tist Church Saturday night, and all
seemed pleased with what they saw
and heard.
Miss Laura Perry has returned from
the city to spend the summer at home.
Mr. Norman Davis, of the Lavergne
Sunday School, is a delegate to repre
sent the school at Green Lawn this
vcclt.
Jr. W. J. Blanton
18 now a jewelry salesman and deal
er with Jensen, HerzerKr Jeck, 402
Union street, who carry the flniest
and most stylish fancy goods in the
South. Mr.'lUiinton will furnish you
with any assortment of jewelry that can
be bought cheap, for cash or on easy
payments. Eye glasses, watches, rings,
bracelets, or necklaces can be had at
from one third to one-half down. Call
W. J. nianton or leave your order with
any one in the store.
ICUCCU UCR7ER 1 IPHif
Thane. Mjln 872. 402 Union Street.
row to eternal hapincss; come away
from labor to reward, where the wick
ed cease from troubling and the weary
are at rest.
"As the sun was. slowly wending
Its way toward tho west, .
The happy spirit of Hester,
Winged its way to the homo of the
blest."
KAYNE AVE.
RESTAURANT AND
ICE CREAM PARLOR
NOTICE.
The Sunday School Association of
Davidson County will meet at the
First Baptist Church next Sunday
evening, July 21, at G o'clock. All
Sunday school workers aro cordially
invited to be present.
MRS. V. W. BROUGIITON,
President.
MRS. W. A. LEWIS, Secretary.
ICE CREAM AMI SOFT DRINKS.
Fine drinks of all kinds. We make
our cream. Orders taken and de
livered. Special prices to Churches and
I'icnics. Open until 12 every night.
A.G.GLENN, Mnn'r.
KAYNE AVENUE uml JOY "
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