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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, i90t.
Miss Ivy N. Walton Is visiting her
friends and grandparents at Allisona,
Mr. Robert Jones and Mrs. Cordelia
Shaw, of Tullahoma, were in the city
Monday en route to Montgomery.
Mrs. I. L. Moore is in Carlisle, Ky.,
her old home, spending a month's va
Dr. R. F. Boyd is now located in the
- Mr. T. Clay Moore, one of Nash
ville's sterling young business men,
has moved his office to the Pythian
Sol. S. Brown, Jr., has returned
from Columbia, where he spent sev
eral weeks visiting his mother.
A large delegation of Pythians is
planning to visit the Supreme Lodge
in Louisville, September 2-7.
Mrs. Sarah Whittaker and her sis
ter, of Hughes, Tenn., are now visiting
Miss Fannie Adams," will leave Fri
day for Hughes, Tenn.
Mr. Enoch T. Brown, formerly con
nected with the A. M. E. S. S. Union
as a compositor and pressman, left
the city Wednesday evening for
Washington, D. C, where he has been
appointed to a place In the press
room of the Government Printing Office.
The Staley quality
you know what that is
a combination of hon
est workmanship, high
grade leathers, and
styles that are main-
festlr superior. That'
what you get for the
lowest prices ever grant
ed at this clearance
Specials for this Week.
Stetson and T. M. Men's 6 ro
and f5 50 Oxfords re CO
Men's $4 00
Oxfords. . .
Mrs. Ell'en Martin, who has been ill
for a month, is Improving,
Miss Mary E. Ewing will leave in a
few days for the mountains for her
health. She will be there until the
middle of September.
Miss Mabel Hill is slightly indis
posed this week.
Miss Sadie Upsha'Y, of Dighth ave
nue, North, has been confined to her
bed for quito a white.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Stump are visitfng
in Chattanooga this week.
Mrs. Bert King Campbell, of South
Nashville, who has been sick eleven
months, is improving rapidly.
Miss Lucy Spencc, of 1243 Third
avenue, South, who has been visiting
her sister, in Louisville, has returned
to the city.
Miss Mary Russell left the city last
week on her vacation.
Mrs. Mattie Harris has returned
from Louisville, where she has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ida B.
Northington, of 408 West Walnut
street. Mrs. Harris was accompanied
by her daughter, Miss Louise Harris.
The Dumb Wedding at Trinity Chan
el, South Nashville, under the direc
tion of Miss A. M. Freeman, was quite
a success. The church was crowded
Misses Matilda L. Hargraves and
Marie Adkins were the guests of Miss
Sallie I. Duvall, of East Nashville, last
Mr. Fred L. Reed, who is visiting in
Pueblo, Col., is having a delightful
iurs. uoyci, or uocnester. N. Y., a
relative of Mr. and Mrs. John Work.
Sr., of 1504 Cedar street, is spending
a few weeks with them
Miss Ladye. B. Strincer. of the
Globe Publishing Company, is slight
There will be given at Spruce
Street Baptist Church Monday night.
August vi, under the direction of Miss
Jennie P. Dunson, two drills, one of lit
tie toes with dolls, thebther misses
Miss Marie Adkins will leave in a
few days for Sandersville to visit rel
atives. Before returning home she
will also visit St. Louis and Gallatin
Mrs. Humphrey Church, of 1116
Church street, left last Fridnv for
Lewisburg and Columbia.
Mrs. Harriet Stringer, of 1247 Third
avenue, South, who has been com
plaining for the last few davs. is
Mr. and Mrs. Woodfolk. of 1257
Third avenue. South, are verv hannv
over the arrival of a fine baby girl
Bishop C. H. Phillips and family
are comfortably quartered in a sum
mer cottage at Tullahoma. He has
ordered Ms paper changed to that
address for the remainder of the sea
newsy paper and he enjoys reading its
columns .very much.
Mrs. Edward Mitchell, of Jefferson
street, is spending a month in Shelby
vine, ner former home
Mr. J. Frank Armstrong left Fridav
ror luskegeo Institute, Ala., after
spending a few days in tne city. He
made a flying trip to Chicago re
Dr. S. Jefferson, the Donular dentist
of Clarksville, spent Sunday and Mon
day in the city.
Dr. E. T. Fields, of Columbia and
.10unt rieasant, spent Sunday in
town, the guest of Miss E. E. Shorter.
or j sua. enured street
Mrs. Jane Beard, of Jackson street.
had a narrow escape from serious in
jury one evening the first of the week.
A reckless driver nearly knocked
down the lady, the wheels of the bug'
gy barely grazing her dress
Mr. S. Toney. of Seventeenth nve
nucf North, left the city Tuesday to
T 111$ most sacred ordinance that
can be observed by all churches
is that known as the Lord's
Supper or, in other words, Sacra
ment. We do not think it is in
keeping with these sacred ordi
ances of the Lord's Supper in
church now-a-days to try to admin
ister it with out the proper vessels.
Every Church Ought to Have a
First-Class Communion Set.
They can have them made out
of the best grade of quardruple
plated table silverware if they de
sire them. The Church Supply
Department of the National Bap
tist Publishing Board has just re
ceived from their factory a new lot
of this high-class ware, and would
take pains in showing them to any
The Prices are Within Reach of All
and Terms are Reasonable.
No church ought to be willing
to use glass dishes or the like for
these ordinances when they can
have the best grade of silver at
FOR Fl'KTHER ISFOMUTIOI CALL OR
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
WHICH TO ADMINISTER
A QUAKDlilTLE-PLATED COMMUNION SET.
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2 Plates, 2 Goblets, 1 Quart Flagon.
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD
the Misses Mayberry, of 821 Cedar
Mrs. Magnolia Scales Bvrdsonfr. of
f lynes "street, who for some time was
engaged in th instruction of music
at Dyersburg. Tenn.. returned to the
city on Wednesday of last week.
Miss Mary A. Dunson has returned
to her duties at the Baptist Publishing
House, after a vacation of some two
weeks or more.
Mrs. Irene Doxey Robinson, of
Third avenue. North, has eone to
Hendersonville, Ky., to visit her
brother, Mr. F.B. Doxey.
Mesdanves Jennie Robinson. Sallie
Goodall and children, of Seventh ave
nue, North, who have been visiting
relntivPS nnd frlpnrla In WartavMla an
-w. - v fcjiv I ssuum 4 IA T tllU UUU
The Bishop says the Globe is a Gallatin, Tenn., have returned to the
Miss Isabella Horton. the noted di
vine, rendered an excellent sermon at
Salem A. M. E. Church last Sunday
evening, which was heartily received
by the audience.
Mrs. Miller, of East Nashville, spent
a very pleasant afternoon with her
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam Miller, of Seventh avenue, North,
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luis. .unza isryant and little son.
Master Fulton, of Sixth avenue. North.
who have been visitins relatives in
the country, have returned to the citv
Mrs. Sadie Richman Stokes, of Chi
cago, and Mrs. Luke Vaughn, were en
tertained at dinner Sunday by Mr. and
airs. A. w. Upshaw.
Mrs. Irene Brown, mother of Mrs
A. W. Upshaw, is snendine the sum
mer in Atlantic City, N. J. She will
spend September in New York, and
then return home.
Mrs. Nancy Edwards and her little
spend his vacation in Washington and daughter, Ruby, are spending summer
vy 1 ui i. rip vi nc ft vicit tho in 1 nnttonono-n witv v..u ht
Boys S.voo and $2.50 4 Qft
Ladies f 4 00 and $3 50 ft Q ft f
Ladies' $3.00 and 2.50 4 QO
Misses' Tans anil Patent 4 Aft
Leather $2.25 Oxfords I mHO
5 to 8 Children's Slippers, A Op
$1.00 values : . . . . " OU
Jamestown Exposition, before return
Miss Mary J. Woodall. of Eleventh
avenue, North, is improving slowly.
.hiss rwna 15. Sanders, of Four-
teenth avenue, North is somwhat
better this week.
Miss H. L. Woldridge. of 1307 Hvnes
street, left hist Sunday for her home
;it Inompson Stntion and Franklin
The Literary-Musical Club met ntthp
residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. Oneal, of
loiu Jnonmson stropf l:it Mnn-,,
night, for the purpose of arranging for
Miss Ilattie E. Mullien snent a few
days in the country with Miss Mayme
TAYLOR 8c CO
Funeral Directors and
CARRIAGES FOR HIRE.
449 Fiurtb Aienoe, Korth,
Nashville, - Tenn.
Gorden, and on her return home she
will spend two weeks in Murfrfcesboro
with her sister. Emmellnp r.nMon
Miss Bell Anderson ana Mr. W. P.
Gregory will spend Saturday and
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Gardner
in the country for a fish fry.
Miss Lullie Webster leavps npvt
Monday for Columbia, where she will
spend a month .with her
companied by Miss Frances Moore.
Miss Laura Stump is to leave the
city soon to open her school at. Mt
Mrs. Ilattie Lofton Jeft tho ritv
Monday night to attend the I. O. I
Grand Lodge meeting held at Mnnt.
sromcrv. Aln fin hpr rotnm
I ... . " itUlU. DUC Will
irs. m. I'. jUcdee and Misa T.p1a stnn nt lHpminrii
I w ' UMJ
visit relatives and frmis-
FIFTH X AVENUE
layior, ot Decatur, Ala., are visiting
their friends, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nor
man, of 1019 Edgehill avenue
A fine young girl arrived at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Hale last
Friday morning. Her name is Miss
Mrs. Anna B. Spence, of 110 Jack
?m hniui, jkis gone ior a stav or a
week or ton days in the country.
Mr. A. T. Landers, the head of the
composing room force at the Baptist
Publishing House, lt'turned Monday
evening from Tullahoma, where he
had bven spending a day or two with
iuiss bopnronia MavDerrv snent a
few days last week with her sisters,
and friends: she will
also visit Blunt. SnH
mother, Mrs. Anna Scoggins, will join
her and accomnanv her hnmn
Miss Ida Mai Ried snent Sundav
with her parents in Jefferson. Sh
has her sister visiting her this week,
.miss Lizzie li. Kied. of Jefferson
Mrs. Robt. C. Eason. of 318 Eiehth
avenue, North, has returned home
from a two weeks' visit to her mother
Mrs. G. B. Brady, of Murfreesborn
Mr. Wymon Brady was un from his
country home, "Merriment," to spend
bunday with his sister. Mrs. R. C
Mr. and Mrs. T. Andrew Ewintr. Mr
and Mrs. Eiugene Clayton and Misses
Mattie G. Sykes, Johnnie D. Black
well, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Robt. C. Eason. of Eighth avenue.
North, last Sunday.
Mrs. Hattie Cummings and children.
of Patterson street, left the city Wed
nesday for Franklin to spend a few
Mrs. Wm. Buchanon and little
daughter, Willa, of iState street, left
the city Wednesday to spend a few
weeks in the country.
Mr. James W. Robbs left Tuesday
night, August 6, for St. Louis.
Mrs. Fannie Hamilton, of Grand av
enue, Is still improving.
Mrs. Callie House, of 718 Sevier
street, Is sick.
Mrs. Julia Cordia, of-703 iSevier
street, is very sick.
Mrs. Vera Crittenden won the
Jamestown Exposition contest at
Payne Chapel on Monday night, Aug
Mr. John Moore and mother-in-law.
Mrs. Alice Smith, of Thirteenth ave
nue, South, spent Sunday in Columbia,
the guests of his mother, Mrs. Lucy
Moore. After riding several miles
through the country, Mrs. Moore had
a delightful dinner prepared for them.
The menu consisted of five courses.
Dr. F. G. Smith, the popular and ef
ficient principal of the Pearl High
School, is connected for the summer
season with the Wilson Pharmacy as
chief prescriptionist, in which capac
ity he is gaining a record for thor
oughness second only to his reputa
tion as a school teacher.
Prof. W. S. Thomnson. of LVmim-
bruen street, is in Montgomery, Ala.,
attending the National Grand Lodge
of the I. O. I.'s.
Prof. J. B. Batte is in Pulaski.
Miss Amanda Carter, who has been
connected with the book-makinc de
partment of the National Baptist Pub
lishing House, resigned her position
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321 Union Street.
HOURS: 8 a. m. to J 2 m.,2 p. m. to 5 p. m.
II. G. MILLER,
Hours: Nights and Sundays by Appointments.
OFFICE: Overton and Division Streets.
SIX O'CLOCK DINNER. .
Mrs. Enna Laws, of 1920 Ilermosa
street, entertained at six o'clock din
ner last Sunday in honor of Mrs
Maurice Jones and Mrs. P. G. Simp
sop, of Benkley, Cal. The dinlnsr
room was beautifully decorated with
ferns and cut flowers. A delicious
two-course m'enu was served. Those
present to partake of Mrs. Laws' hos
pitality were Mr. and Mrs. Brady
Payne, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Perry,
Mrs. Julia Scruggs, Mrs. Rebecca Mc
Tay and LMla Gross and Mrs. Robertson.
TO INCREASE THE GROWTH OF .
HAIR AND REMOVE DANDRUFF.
We think this orenaratinti will mvnon-
tire satisfaction when used to arrest de
cay and falling out of ihp hair if
used as directed, it will tend to change
my, wiry, uiscoiorea hair to Klossy and
iu.vuiia.iL uehses, ana wiu ketp the scalp
clean and healthy. It is germicidal nn.l
antiseptic, and will relieve dandruff in
a snort time.
PRICE PER BOTTLE. 25 &50 CENTS.
All Telephone Orders Delivered.
DAVID J. KUHN, Druggist,
Cor. Cedar and Twelfth Ave., North.
'PHONES, MAIN 1718 AND 4036.
Ilic EAGLE RESTAURANT
Is the Tlace to Kct Good Things to Eat.
Meals, 10,15 ami 25 Cents.
JJKS. II. T. UiE,JI(iR.
Corner W!!r antl 11th Amui, North.