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in Indianapolis in a few mother who will make her home "with
Dr. and Urs. Whitby.
Mr. Baxter Jenkins, who hag been
Visiting his father and sister, Miss
Willa Jenkins, in Chicago, has re-
Mrs. S. L. Sherrill and children are
in the city.
Miss Lucy Washington was a little
indisposed last week but is much bet- turned to the city.
IN HONOR OR
tpr at this writing.
Mr. Caston Burgess spent last Sun
day at Lavergne.
The young ladies of Buford College
rovally entertained Mrs. S. H. Kille-
brew on last Thursday night.
The sad news reached this city oi
Mrs. W. II. Gant. of C36 Fogg street,
will entertain on Monday, August 12,
in honor of Mrs. A. M. Gibson, of
Cleveland, Ohio. -
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Canada left for
their home in McMinnville after a
pleasant stay of a few weeks with her
the death of Mr. Phillips Rhodes, of Pu- sister, Mrs. Horace Canada, of 15 Gar
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laski, tne iatner oi Mrs. Liucy joruau, aen street.
iwho spent the month of June in this
Mrs. Cornelia Ewing, of 321 Elev
enth avenue, North, is at home on her
vacation for three weeks. She will
Mrs. Cassie Greer, of Waverly Place,
left Tuesday morning for Montgomery,
Mr. James Fort, of 915 Sixteenth
avenue, North, who has been danger
m A fix
DISTRICT HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH,
O. U. O. of O. F
Stat of Tennessee
TUESDAY, AUG. 13, OPENING EXERCISES
10 a. m.
ADMISSION, : lOc.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14,
RECEPTION BY THE HOUSEHOLD OF RUTH AND GRAND CONCERT, 8 P. M.
. Lea Avenue Christian Church.
ADMISSION - - - 25 CENTS.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, BANQUET,
ODD FELLOW'S AUDITORIUM, 8 P. M.
ADMISSION- - - 25 CENTS.
PUBLIC -:- INVITED,
leave for Franklin next week to visit ously sick with typhoid fever for the
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relatives. past, two weeits in ,iucuiuau, ia oiuw
Miss Willa L. Foster and William iy improving. His mother, Mrs. Lew
Kennedy entertained at dinner Sunday j3 t. Fort, is at his bedside,
in honor of their guest, Miss Bertha Mrs. Thornton Prince and Mrs. Gu3
Williams and Miss Esther Brown, of Boyd, of Franklin, visited their rela
Chicago. Miss Williams will remain in tives on Patterson street last week,
the city to enter Flsk University and Miss Katie C. Daughtry, of 1G23 Pat
Miss Brown will return home very terson street, left Thursday morning
soon. for a few weeks' stay in Louisville.
Mrs. Nora Williams Mclntyre and Miss Austin Prince, of 1G23 Patter
little adopted daughter, of Louisville, SOn street, will spend Sunday in
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Ky.. who have been tne guests oi ner Franklin.
All Styles and Prices.
mother, Mrs. Mclntyre, of this city,
have returned to their home. They
also spent several weeks in Algood,
Some of the young men of East
i Nashville entertained in honor of Mr.
r.iarpnrfi Woods, of Chicago. 111., at
Miss Ardena Jenkins, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Jenkins,
for the past week, will leave for Chica
go, Saturday night.
Miss Sarah Ella Chatman, the little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Alon-
zo Chatman, of 507 Lischey avenue,
the residence of Mrs. Hattie Bender on loft Saturday morning for Clarksville,
Wphster street. The affair was one
of the happily planned midsummer
pleasures of the week. The house
was prettily decorated with potted
plants and ferns. An interesting pro
gram of music was given, followed by
a refreshing ice course.
Miss Matron Cotton, who has been
sick a long time, departed this life
Sunday. She was a little Christian.
Among our new subscribers tms
week is Dr. G. W. Clift, one of East
Miss Hettie Phillips, or East JNasn-
ville, has returned from the Putnam
Amone the delegates to tne A. fti.
District Conference in Gallatin, Tenn.,
last week, were Miss Lizzie Stockeii,
Mr. David Ferguson, Mr. I. J. llogan
and Rev. W. Flagg. Miss Stockeii left
the Conference Sunday to join her sis
ter, Miss Mary Eliza Stockeii, in L.a
Garter, Tenn., where they will spena
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. William Shannon,
whpve she will spend a few weeks.
Mr. Geo. W. Harvey, the house build
er, who was seriously injured about
three weeks ago while at his duties,
has so far recovered that he has dis
carded the use of a crutch.
Mrs. Georgia Claiborne and little
dauehter. Alma, of Patterson street,
have returned from Columbia. j
Mrs. Ada Harris King, of 513 Fourth
avenue, South, left the city Sunday aft
ernoon to visit her mother in Deca
Miss Georgia Lee Hadley, of the
proof reading force of the Baptist Pub
lishing House, was slightly indisposed
the first of the week.
Little Earl Bently, Jr., of 508 Four
teenth avenue, North, is sick.
Mr. Walter Brooks, of Fourteenth
avenue, North, who has been very sick
with the typhoid fever, is slowly im-nrovinsr.
Mrs. Mary Bransford, tne motner or
Mrs. Brooks, of 504 Fourteenth ave
nue, North, who has been sick for the
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rv,i,r rtf tha rtv Sim exnected last two weeKs. is improving.
n-n r ohmit Anemst. 12 to snend a Boyd and Battle are at Cedar street
w wppW with his sister. Mrs. Anna and Tenth avenue. iWhen in need of
THE SPA CREAMERY.
Cor. Ninth Avenue and Cedar Street.
We have just completed our screens and our fans," This makes
our place the most desirable in the city. We have also installed
another Soda Fountain enabling us to render better service to
every body. We solicit private and picnic orders and will fill
them with promptness.
VISIT THE SPA. (Spavv.) PHONE, MAIN 4496-L
C. T. COFFEY, Proprietor.
Washington, of 908 North Seventh
street, and his mother who resides on
There was a laree congregation out
Sunday who heard an excellent ser
mon at the First Baptist Church, East
Miss Mattie Vaulx has returned
a stylish rig for picnics or Sunday rec
reation give them a call.
Miss Lizzie Alexander left last Wed
nesday night for Louisville, to visit
Dr. Lattimore and sister. Before her
return to the city she will also visit
Miss Daisy Be.ll, of Madison, Ky.
Miss Hattie M. Moores left for Tul-
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home after spending a few days in the lahoma last Tuesday, where she will
country visiting friends. spena tne remainder oi me suwmei.
Mr. Officer, of Algood, Tenn., was in Mrs. Henry Kemper, formerly of
the city this week. Nashville, but who now resides in St.
in innreaco tn thft number of Sun- Louis, is visiting Mrs. Lula Pinkard
cnhonl minils at the First Baptist for a few days. Before returning
Church East Nashville, has been no- home she will visit Chicago.
tjce(1 Mrs. Alford B. Duncan and little
Miss Anna M. Darden, who has been son, who hi ve been visiting her moth
in the city for the past two weeks er at 823 Division street, have re
mnh w mirpnta was railed to her turned to their home in Mayfield, Ky.
nost of duty last Tuesday. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Simpson, of
Mr R. C. Fisher, formerly oi iNew jireniuey, iai., are m sucaus ui Mia.
XDc are prepared to make
all kinds of badges for so
cieties and associations a
prices that are as reason
able as can be had any
nripnns. but now of this city, is rusti
eating in the Blue Grass State this
week. Thursday he attended the
Emancipation at Paducah.
Mr. Henry Allen Boyd, the "irrepres
sible Olnbe man." has returned to the
. , ... city after quite an extended trip to
Jackson, of Eighth L cmifh nf Tennessee.
CITY ITEMS, j
Mrs. Anna T,
avenue, North, returned to tne city
from Little Rock. Ark., where she had
been attending the Grand Lodge meet-
nnints RDuth of Tennessee.
Mrs. Jno. H. Smith, Jr., and her lit
tle son, Napoleon, left Thursday for
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'""u'"s rr Indianapolis to visit ner uusuum auu
ings of the Mosaics, last Monday. Mrs. frIends They win remain for the win-Ttipiv-snn
rnorts an excellent meeting . . -
jucksou i epulis au cadcikui uiccuus
of this Order, which is very strong in .
Arkansas, where it was first instituted.
Mr. James G. Trimble, who served
so many years on the local fire de
partment, is visiting his daughter,
Mrs. Laura Trimble Westbrooks, in
Denver, Col. Before going to Denver,
Mr. Trimble visited his son, Dr. Jame3
G. Trimble, Jr., in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Miss Willa Mai Anderson, of 1305
Filcventh avenue, South, who has been
Miss .Toseuhine Chadwell, of fat.
Paul, Minn., spent a few hours in the
city Monday with Mrs. Philip F. Hale,
of Minneapolis, Minn., who is here vis
iting relatives. Miss Chadwell left the
same day for Franklin, where she will
spend a few weeks visiting friends.
Mr. Archie Pointer, of Seventeenth
avenue, North, who for a number of
years had charge of the stock at tne
National Baptist Publishing House, is
spending a few months in Clarksville at work in the express department at
with her aunt. Mrs. E. II. Smith, has the Union Railway Station.
1 1 w -t rtii 1 T X n vn tt it 4- t- a
Mr. VVllireu lowery is aam tii. mo
old post in the bookmaking depart
M. W. BUFORD,
Hair Cut 25cts. Shave IOcts.
Clean Shop. Courteous Attention.
117 FOURTH AVE. S, Nashville, Tcun-
Mr. Wm. Ransom is visiting. Mr. J
J. Lay this week.
Mrs. J. T. Kidd is visiting her moth
er, Mrs. Warfield, of Clarksville.
Mr. Albert Rucker escorted MJLss
Bet tie Drake to Chattanooga last Sat
urday night. The young couple went
to the summit of Lookout Mountain
the next day.
Mr. Richard Leath and hi3 sister,
Georcia. snent Sunday with their
mother at Florence, Tenn.
Mr. Ed. Buford, of Fogg street, left
Wednesday for Lynuville, where he
will take charge of a school near that
Little Lewy North, of Franklin, is
spending a few days in the city.
Mrs. Gilbert Taylor, of C51 Ba3S
street, is indisposed this week
rnent of the Baptist Publishing House.
The bridal breakfast at the home of
Mrs. Emma Grisham, of 1G24 Jackson
street, last Tuesday morning, was a
Little Miss Louise Taylor, the niece
of Mrs. M. V. Buford, of 1015 Eigh
teenth avenue, North, is slightly in
Miss Louise Graves, of Indianola,
Miss., who has been attending the
summer school at Fisk University,
will leave the city for her home in
a week or two.
Mrs. Ellen Benson, of Hamilton
street, who has been in poor health
for some weeks, is improving.
Mi-s. Fannie Robinson Whitby,
formerly of Nashville, but now of
Tlnnctrm Tovno TuVin Vma Virpn In thia
Mrs. Ada Gray, who is visiting her city since last May, left for her home
relatives of this city, will leave for Wednesday morning. She. carried her
Rallie Harding, of Jackson street.
Miss Mayme Mitchel, of Memphis,
is the guest of Mrs. G. W. Perry, of
922 Pearl street.
Mrs. Brown and little sons, of Ma
con, Ga., visited the Globe office this
Mrs. Sallie Clemon, of Lebanon, is
in the city visiting her daughter .and
granddaughter, Miss Maggie Baily, of
10 Wetmore street, and Miss Ollie
Ewing, of 53 Maple street.
Mrs. Callie D. Ilowse, the National
Secretary of the Ex-Slave Movement,
left the city Thursday for Chattanooga
and Atlanta. She will also visit New
Orleans before she returns to the city.
Mrs. RfilHfi Thomnson and Miss Ar-
vclla Chinn left Mondaf for Chicago,
where they will spend, ' the rest of the
Mrs. Ella Carter Vaughn has re
turned to her home in Louisville, after
a pleasant visit to her brother and sis
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carter.
Miss Nina rorterfield, of 707 Fogg
street, continues to Improve
Mrs. Florence Harris Spates left last
Sunday for her home in St. Louis after
a stay of several weeks, she being
called here on account of the death of
Miss Hester Copeland.
Mr. Wm. M. Flowers, formerly fore
man of the press room of the Baptist
Publishing House, left Tuesday for
Washington, D. C, to take up his
work in the Government Printing De
partment, to which he has recently
Mrs. Ann Dixon, mother of Dr. R.
H. Boyd, will leave for Tullahoma to
morrow to spend a few weeks.
Mr. Geo. O. Boyd, of 320 Eighth
avenue, North, has recovered from a
very severe attack of nervous head
ache which lasted several days.
Mrs. A. B. Carter, of 713 Gay street,
left the city Monday morning for
Montgomery, to attend the National
Grand Lodge I. O. I.
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med with imported gold
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stating the number of badges
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