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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1007.
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NEED ANYTHING? GALLON!
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 raying rent?
Office 'Phone, Main 18S9. Dome 'Phone Main 2812.
OFFICE 410-2 CEVAli ST.,
Nashville, - Tennessee,
WANTED.
WANTED Lest you forget, we take
special pride in callins your attention
to the handsome, up-to-date rigs t.V,
can be secured at BOYD & BATTLC
Livery Stable. Get your orders in
early for the Sunday rush. Phone,
Main 449G-Y. "Ask the man" about
our rigs.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Furnished Rooms
Apply 135 Thirteenth avenue, North
(Morgan street).
WASD1XG BY THE TOIISD.
The Economical Steam Laundry is
making a specialty of Rough dry work.
Send your clothes and have them
cashed at 6 cents a pound. All
ihppta lpd spreads, tp Ironed
'Phone Slain 1829 Rooms 108-107 1st Floor
BOYD BUILDING.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Practices before nil the State and Federal
Courts of Tennessee.
If 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.
Expert Barbers.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call
to see us.
Thgnk
m (B.m st., iishvilii;, m.
Telephone Main 1173.
J. S. iarfin
J
proprietor
THE CUSTOM. HOUSE LIVERY
STAHLE.
First-Class Livery on Short Notice.
712 and 714 Broadway,
"Nashville,
Tenn.
AS USUAL
WE ARE ALWAYS
Up With The Times.
Our Superintendent's and
Teacher's Haudbo.tk, contain
ing Lesson Texts, Review Sug
gestions, School Readings, Mus
ical Suggestions, etc. for the In
ternational Lessons for 1007 is
now ready. No Superintendent
or Teacher should be without
this valuable little book. It is
undenominational. Published
for the interest of Sunday school
Workers.
Prices: Cloth, 25 cts; Leather
35 cents.
National Baptist Publishing Board
RET. R. II. ItOiD, Soc'jr,
523 Second Avenue, North,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
12-V06t4
YOUNG MAN MURDERED.
During a dance In the Texas (lis
trict of West Nashville last Saturday
nicht two women had a fisht which
beeime 'a regular knock-down and
drag-out affair before It ended. Dur
intr'thr. melee Edward Rowland had
his throat cut and died shortly after,
A number of arrests have been made
jn connection with the affair.
CJO TO
Mmm Em.
GROCERIES
Fresh Meats and Fresh Country
Produce.
Rest 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.
EVERY HOME
SHOULD BK PROTECTED BY
Fire Insurance.
For Reasonable Rates and Good
Insurance in Reliable1
Companies,
SEE
ROBT H. FITE & CO.,
306 THIRD AVENUE, N.
(College St.)
TELEPHONE, Main 602,
6-7-07-tf
Thone Main 1065.
First-Class Work
E ULVAVITZ
TAIL 0 K.
PULSING & CLEANING.
Suits and Pants made
to Order.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
328 Cctliir St., Nashville, Tenn.
6-I4-C 7-1 HI
EBENEZER NOTES.
Little Helen Keeling will" spend a
v.eek in the city with her aunt. Mrs
L. Mason, of Kayne avenue.
Georgia 13. Shute, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shute, is very
sick.
Miss Reba Johnson spent Monday
very pleasantly with Misses D. C. and
A. L. Buchanan.
Mr. Andrew Mcintosh will renew his
inscription for the Globe.
Mrs. Alberta Johnson, of Chicago, 13
visiting her husband's mother on
the Murfrecsboro road.
Mis3 Lillie Hall, who has been sick
for a long time, was able to call on the
Misgrs Buchanan. She was accompan
ied by her father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Hall.
Rev. Mr. Yancy preached an excel
lent sermon last Sunday.
Mrs. Dora Terry spent a few days
with Mrs. Annie Battle.
Miss Louise Battle was the guest of
Miss Sarah Keeling on the Murfrees-
boro pike.
Mrs. Ilorton and daughter, the noted
preacher, is with us . again. She
preached Sunday and Monday night.
Mrs. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Bun-
nie Walker, and children, are spend
ing a few weeks with Mrs. Isaac Bat
tle.
CLARKSVILLE NOTES.
What came near being a fatal affair
was witnessed last Sunday afternoon
l y scores of people. A street car was
making rapid speed down one of the
Franklin street hills in order to reach
the top of the other. While the sig
nal from a passenger anxious to get
off at the Sixth street corner was be
ing noted by the motorman, a boy
cave the signal to go ahead before the
car had really stopped. The passen
ger, a woman, was thrown heavily to
the ground, sustaining painful bruises
of the hip, arms and shoulders.
The annual Eight of August celebra
tion is now fast approaching, and
preparations are being made to make
the day well worth visiting this place
to see.
A broom factory is scheduled to
open here on or about August 1. It
is hoped that same will materialize.
The Knights of Pythias are con
templating organizing a Uniform
Rank in the near future.
Miss Lula Edwards, of Providence,
Tenn., well known in this city, was
buried Sunday.
Mr. George Western, of Bowling
Green, Ky., was in tire city Thursday.
Mr. Louis Wilson passed through
the city Thursday from Nashville to
Hopkinsville, Ky.
Miss Rebecca Young, of Louisville,
is in the city.
Mrs. Lula Randals Johnson and Mis
Blanche B. Randals returned to Nash
ville last Saturday.
Mr. Chas. Summers came in from
Chattanooga Saturday.
Dr. E. S. Randals returned from
Chattanooga Saturday.
Mr. Tom Britt, of Nashville, spent
Sunday in the city.
Mr. Geo. H. Johnson, of Louisville,
was in tire city Sunday.
AB
Mr. William Barksdale, jr., went to
Louisville Sunday.
Mr. S. J. Crenshaw, of Louisville, is
in the city.
Mr. John Bailey, of Nashville, spent
Sunday with relatives.
Mr. Carl Meriweathcrs, of Owens-
boio, Ky., is visiting relatives this
week.
II. W. Randals is in Owensboro, Ky.,
attending the Chautauqua.
Mrs. Reed Smith will spend several
weeks in Chicago, 111.
Miss Ollie Jenkins, of Memphis, is
visiting her father this week.
Mrs. Virgil Birks came over from
Guthrie Sunday.
Mr. Rem Smith went to Madison-
ville, Ky., Thursday.
Mr. Wm. Jenkins returned from
Russleville and Guthrie Sunday night.
Mr. James Reeves was in Guthrie
Sunday.
Mrs. L. L. Ferguson will spend sev
eral-weeks in St. Louis, Mo., the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Barbara Mosely.
Mrs. Georgia Keesee, of Princeton,
ivy., is in the city.
Rev. A. J. Moore came in from Rus-
selville, Ky., Sunday night.
Miss Lillie Keesee is in Port Royal.
Mr. John Manlove, of Earlington,
Ky., was .in the city Sunday.
Prof. I. B. McCutcheon and wife
went to Indianapolis, Ind., Friday.
Mr. Frank Hunter is in Livermore,
Ky.
Rev. T. W. Gardner returned from
Pegram Saturday.
VEKDl KINIKH(JAi!I)I;N.
MISS
MATT IE F. MATTHEWS.
I
Principal.
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church,
corner Fiighth avenue, North, and Gay
street.
A Christian school, though unde
nominational, where every attention is
given to intellectual development.
moral training and social "culture.
Particular attention given to the
study of the books and. parts of the
Bible, Arithmetic, Reading, Spelling,
Writing, Drawing, Vocal and Instru
mental Music.
This school is a high-class prepara
tory school for children 4 years old
and up.
Third term begins Wednesday, Sept.
11, 1907. Tuition, 50 cents per month
(in advance). Pupils enter any time.
For information address
MISS MATTIE F. MATTHEWS,
140 Eighth avenue, North.
8-2-07-lyr
DELIGHTFUL TIME.
Miss Beatrice Hill, or S.01 Ewing
avenue, entertained July 23 in honor
of her guest, Miss Sadie M. Foster, of
Franklin, Tenn., who has been spend
ing a few weeks with her. Games,
music and dancing were the main
features of the evening. At a late
hour ices and cake were served.
Those who enjoyed the uospitali
ties or the charming hostess were
Misses Tom Ella Robinson, Katie
Robinson, -Sarah J. Smith, Sadie
Winston, Susie L. Dobson, Lucile
Dobson, Beulah Perkins, Cassie Dod
-son, Lucile Cage, Oklahoma City,
Sadie M. Foster of Franklin, Beatrice
Hill, Brucie Mai Ewing, Mary Gar
rett, Frankie Hill. Messrs. Ernest
Brown. Ira Davis, Theodore Garrett,
Jesse Fite, Robert Dobson, George
Upshaw, Charles A. Greerr. Sam
Houston, Tolbert Hill, John Crawley,
Hartley Fite, Fulton North, of Okla
homa City, Sam Tenor. William
Owens, Wesley Franklin.
COLORED METHODISTS.
Hold Conference and Epworth League
Convention at Sjrmgfielid.
Springfield. Tenn.. July HO. (Spe
cial.) The Clarksville District Con
ference and Epworth League Conven
tion of the C. M. E. Church has just
closed a very interesting session here
The Conference was opened last Wed
nesday morning by Rev. Dr. W. Con
way Smith, D. D., who administered
'he sacrament to a large number of
lelcgatcs, preachers and friends of
Mie local churches.
Miss Lillian L. Hampton was elect
ed Secretary of the Convention, and
Rev. II. E. Ruckcr, Secretujry of the
Conference.
The reports of all the churches'
were good, except Wesley Chapel,
r'larksville, Tenn., from which ho re
port came.
Pishop C. IT. Phillips, A. M., D. P.,
and wife, came in Friday night and
visited the Conference Saturday
morning. The Pishop mado a timely
talk.
Mrs. Phillips made a most excellent
talk.
Mrs. II. E. Smith, Misses Tlernice C.
ind Delia C, wife and daughter of S.
E. Smith came in Saturday morning
ind took an active part in the
Conference.
Miss Lady Emma Philips presided
it the organ during the Conference
and gave an excellent prngniinme.
Bishop Phillips, preached to an im
mense crowd Sunday morning at 11
a. ni. in Sam Jones Tabernacle; Rev.
II. E. Rucker at 3 p. ni. and It. B.
Polk at 8 p. ni.
The following were elected annual
officers for the Epworth League: Rev.
T. A. Wilsoa, President; T. A. Stew
art, Vice President; Miss Lillian
Ifaworth, Secretary; Mrs. Clara Stew
art, Recording Secretary.
All the pastors cf the district were
present, except Rev. P. J. Coleman, of
Wesley Chapel, Clarksville. The to
tal amount raised during the Confer
ence was $ir,2.40.
Mrs. II. J. Johnson, D. D., Presiding
Elder, Nashville District; I. II. Jones.
A. 13.. D.D.. ; Rev. J. T. Gilmore, A.
M. E. Church, and J. B. Booth, presid
ing Elder, were distinguished visit
ors. The Conference closed to meet In
Salem C. M. E. Churcn, Cumberland
City, in 190S.
The Woman's Missionary and Sun
day School Convention meets at
Steel's Clv.ipcl Aug. 21 to 25.
PARLOR CONCERT.
ft. Paul choir gave an enjoyable par
lor conceit on Wednesday evening,
July "1, at the residence of Mrs. M. A.
launders, on Sixth avenue, South.
There was a good attendance and the
rend il ion of the program was far be
yond the ordinary. The following was
t!u' order of exercises:
Hymn "Onward Christian Sol
diers" Choir
Prayer Rev. W. A. Lewis
Hymn "Forward, March" Choir
Recitation Miss Nettie Mcintosh
Solo Mrs. M. K. Buford
Violin Solo W. I). Chappelle, Jr
Select Reading- ..Mrs. M. A. Saunders
Solo" Holy City". Mr. William Owens
Declamation "Paul Revere's Ride".
Dr. J. I. Watson
It; marks by Drs. W. D. Chappelle and
C .11. Boone.
At the conclusion of the concert ices
nd lemonade were served on the
lawn by Misses Nettie Mcintosh, M.
N. Wimms and Johnnie V. Dixon.
SUNDAY IN THE SUBURBS.
Last Sunday afternoon, a party of a
limited few spent a delightful time at.
Buford College as the guests of Mr.
irul Mrs. S. II. Killebrew. A very nice
dinner of the old country type was
tewed in the spacious dining room,
after which the party repaired to the
beautiful lawn and was shown the
many things around the grounds by
Mr. Killebrew, who always delights in
entertaining his friends in whatever
way he can. There were chickens ga
lore, turkeys, geese, ducks, guineas,
pea fowls, hogs, cows, flowers and
everything that goes to make up a
pleasant country home. Later on an
old fashioned watermelon feast was
enjoyed out on the lawn. Those pres
cut were Misses J. V. Dixon, G. A. Cay
ton, L.-A. Garden, Mr. and Mrs. James
Lapsley and Mr. J. P. Matthews. Mr.
and Mrs. Killebrew were assisted in
entertaining by Misses Robbie K. Over
ton, Laura Whitlow and Zenith Mc
Cathern, About six o'clock on account
of a very welcome shower the guests
were ushered into the house where
thy still enjoyed th hospitality of the
host and hostess until about seven
thirty o'clock, when the young ladies
departed for their homes accompanied
by Mr. Killebrew.
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,,VV. C. T. U. CONVENTION.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union, which convened in Chatta
nnrva on July 21 and 23. was opened
by Mrs. V. V. Broughton, who is Pres'
ident of the body, with Mrs. B. H.
Cray, Recording Secretary. The
meeting was full of inspiration, six
Unions answering to the roll call. A
splendid program was rendered, the
welcome addrens being delivered by
Mrs. G. W. Jackson, President of the
Chattanooga Union; response by Mrs
Jennie Legion. President of the Nash
ville T'n'on. There were several pa
pers and addresses by the representa
tives from the various Unions.
Officers for the ensuing year were
elected as follows: President, Mrs.
V. W. Broughton. Nashville; Vice
Picsldent,' Mr a. Florence Cooper,
Memphis; Trourcr, Mrs. C. M. Mc
Uwen, Gallatin; Corresponding Secre
tary. Mrs. I . Smith. Knoxville; Re--nr'-Mng
Secretary, Mrs. B. II. Gray,
Nashville. Dokpates were elected to
the National W. C. T. U., which con
venes in Nashville in November. They
were Mrs. V. V. Broughton and Mrs.
B. II. Gray. The Convention ad
ourned to moot in Nashville in July,
1!)!1S.
BRILLIANT PARTY.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. M. H.
Owens, of 141!) Jackson street, was a
r:cene of a beautiful social Monday,
given by Misses Myrtle Owens f and
Katie Polk. The bouse was beauti
fully decorr-ttd with ferns and cut
lowers. Mr. Lewis I. Jones presided
it the piano. The singing of Mr. Sam
uel White was thoroughly enjoyed.
Dancing was the feature of the even
ing. Cakes and ices were served
Those present were Misses Alice row-
ell. Bessie Harding. Johnnie May Pow
ell, I.na Green, Altha Straton. Cora
Raines, Elvira Petway, Hettie Fowler,
Willie Washington, Katie Polk, Myrtle
'wens. Susie Raines. Messrs. Lewis
I. Jones, David Ouburn, David Wash-
! a" tou. Fdward Polk, Samuel White
Horace Vaughn, Dummont. Lester.
Walter Morris, James Baines, Henry
Baines, Isaac Williams.
50
mm
Gosils Eilt
Carnst Co.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Square.
Carry the Best Stock ol Carpets,
The Beat Assortment ol Silks and
Cress Goods,
Tlie Handsomest Line o! Cloaks
and Sails.
COLORED SKATIEiQ RII1K
Is open to the Public with plenty of up-to-date ba'.-
bearing skate.
COU. EIGHTH AM) JO JOHNSTON' ATE SUES.
Special free instructions will be given to
ladies each Monday and Thursday after
noons.. Good order will be observed during
skating hours. Ice cream and cold drinks
for sale.
11015 KU J1 L. MILLER, (ion. Mgr.
0 U-t'7-14
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you w ant to rent,
SEE
TB CLAY fiOORE,
THE HEAL ESTATE AGENT,
419 CEDAR ST., KOYD IlUILDIN'U,
Phone Mam 907. (Up Stairs.)
Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
OYD'S HALL
CEDAR STREET.
REGULAR D.1SCIJG CLASS
every Monday and Friday nights from
S:3o to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will give
instructions free of charce to all w ishing
to learn the new daiuvs that are put on.
Good order will be observed. Parents
with children admitted free.
DOCK LIAR, Instructor.
ADMISSION 15 Cents.
Uw 17. J. Olanton
T i now 11 leu dry siik'Sinnn anddeal-
I er w ilh .Jensen, lltrzrrK- .leek, Hi'l
I'nioii Mreet, ho chitv the finiesl
nd nn)i st 1 1 li fnncy ponds in the
ontli. .Mr. Iiljinlon vill furnish yon
with any iisnrlinent (if Jew dry thnt can
bcli lurht elnap, for va or on easy
pi he li lorht ehi ap, I
j payments Ku' ir'n
PJ liraecli ts, or 11 cklj
H f rum one lliiril to 01
fi W.J l'.lanton . r let
r iies-es. watch' t, rinjff.
'kbters can be had nt
1 one-half clou n. Call
cave our order with
11 in one in the store.
JENSEN, HERZER & JECK
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Phane, Mdln 872, 402 Inion Street.
KAYNE AVE.
RESTAURANT AND
ICE CREAM PARLOR
II I! GKE.ll AM SOFT MUSKS.
Fine drinks of a 1 We make
our cream. Orders taken and de
livered. Special prircs to Churches and
I'ifnifs. lipen until 12 ncry night.
. G. GLENN, Vlng'r.
KAYNE AVENUE and JOY ST
7-19-07-U
J. MASON
(iKOCEKY AM j FEED NTOKK,
ICE I'll E A 31 AM) SOFT IMtlMvS.
WOOD, COAL AND KIMMJMS.
My Pkpdlk Wagon win. Visit you
Daily.
1312 TWELFTH AVESIE, SOtTD.
7-19 07-tf.

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