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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1C, 1907.
I'-
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 'Phone Main 2812.
OFFICE 410-3 CEDAR ST.,
Nashville, , - Tennessee,
WANTED.
WANTED Lest you forget, we take
-. , j i i i i ii i i .
speumi pnuB iu caning your attention
.to the handsome. uD-to-dat rlw that
.ran lio conm-d o TjrWT P. Tl rpfTT WO
Livery Stable. Get your orders In
early for the Sunday rush. Phone,
Main 449G-Y. "Ask tha man" ahmit
our rigs. -
WANTED. Stockman at National
Baptist Publishing Board. Must have
;some knowledge of handling paper
.and able to keep records. See D. A.
Hart.
for rent.
FOR RENT Furnished Rooms
Apply 135 Thirteenth avenue, North
(Morgan street).
WASIHSfi IIVTilE POMD.'
The Economical Steam Laundry is
making a specialty of Rough dry work.
Send your clothes and have them
washed at 6 cents a pound. All
sheets iPd ftprfiads. tr. . Ironed
'Phone Main 1829 . Ilooms 108-107 1st Floor
BOYD BUILDING.
G. F. ANDERSON,
.Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Practices before all 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.
irressmg uud ana 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.
'Phone
924 CEDAR ST., HASIIVILLE, TEH.
Telephone Main 1173.
J. S. Martin,
rBOPBIETOB
THE CUSTOM. HOUSE LITERY
STAHLE.
First-Class Livery on Short Notice.
712 and 714Broadway,
Nashville,
Tenn.
Incorporated I'n.icr the laws of Tennessee.
0neCent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Doe9a regular banking business, in
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
R. II. Boyd, President,
J. W. Bostick, Vice President.
J.C. Napibr, Cashier,
C.N. Langston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE. NORTH.
NASHV1UE. TENNESSEE
ECONOMICAL
STEAM LAUNDRY
Have your washing done at
the Economical Steam
Laundry. Let us
do your
UOliflll DRY WORK tutus!!.
F IE BROS
-412 Cedar Street.
Dr. J. B. Singleton, Jlgr
GO TO
jagksou mm.
-FOR-
GROCERIES
Fresh Meats and Fresh Country
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.
EVERY HOME
SHOULD BB 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, 1W I n 602.
6-7-0,-tf
R. II, DoGrafenried,
UP-TO-PftTE TftiLfiR,
SUITS MADE TO OUDEK.
Strict Attention Paid to Ladies' Work.
CLEANING, DYEING AM) RE
PAIRING.. 430 Ceda; St., Nashville, Tenn,
7- 2-08-tf
D. WESLEY CRUTCHFR.
WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE
YOU CALL ON HIM AT
HAIMAN & LOEB'S,
226 FOURTH AVE., NORTH,
Where be will be glad to show you an
elegant stock of high grade, up-to-date
TAILORING.
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods
At Moderate Prices.
ISC
2C
Hr. 17. J. Blanton
IS uow a jcwelrv salesman and deal
er withJJ. LuWKN UK1M & CO,
who carry the linest and most 6ty
lish fancy goods In the .South. Mr.
JJlanton will furnish you with any as
sortment of jewelry that can be bought
cheap, for cash or on'easy payments.
Kye glasses, watches, rings, bracelets,
or necklaces can be had at from one
third to one-half down Call V. J.
Ulantonor leave jour order with any
one in the store. -
D. LOWENHEIM & CO.
'Phone Main, 1315. 400 Union Street,
AS USUAL
WE ARE ALWAYS
Up With The Times.
Our Superintendent's and
Teacher's ILumlbo.ik. 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 ctsf Leather
35 cents.
National Baptist Publishing Board
BET. It. It. Ill) I P, Sec'jr,
523 Second Avenue, North,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
12-2-0(it4
LOST GOLD WATCH.
Between 317 Twelfth avenue, North,
and Sixteenth avenue (probably vi
cinity of Cedar street). "L. E. P." is
engraved on front case and "C. H. P.
and J. T. P., Chicago, 1905," on back.
Black leather fob with Oberlin Con
servatory charm (a lyre). The watch
is about the size of a silver dollar and
of the "Fatuma" . make. Finder will
please return to 'Miss Lady Emma
Phillips, 317, Twelfth avenue, North,
and receive liberal reward.
VERDI KINDERGAliDEN.
MISS MATTIE F. MATTHEWS,
PRINCIPAL.
corner Eiighth 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, DO cents per month
(in advance). Pupils enter any time.
For information address '
MISS MATTIE F. MATTHEWS,
440 Eighth avenue, North.
8-2-07-lyr
The Indebtedness of the Protective
Aid Society has teen settled and the
Order will move along much better
now.
Mrs. Anthony Pointer visited here
Saturday.
Mr. Thomas and Walter Phillips
visited Columbia last Saturday.
There will be a Missionary .Baptist
Convention held at Gravel Hill Church
che third Sunday in August. Quite
i number of Spring Hillians will at
tend. Mr. T. J. Carter was on our streets
last Thursday. Mr. Carter is a pros
perous farmer.
Since the Adam's Law has extended
over Maury County, Tenn., a great
many people are put to a deal of in
convenience in getting their Saturday
evening's spirits.
Mrs. Amanda Grigsby is visiting
some friends at Duplex, Tenn., this
week.
The recent dog law has caused quite
a thinning out of the canine tribe in
our town.
Mrs. Minnie Peters has moved here
from Franklin.
Mr. Monroe Lee, of Duplex, was in
our town last Saturday, and also Mr.
W. II. Brown, of the same town.
Prof. J. W. Byers is having quite a
nice lot of wood hauled for winter use.
McMINNVILLE NOTES.
Misses Sadie M. White and Ada L.
Johnson attended the district confer
ence at Tullahoma last week.
Rev. S. M. Utley, Presiding EMer of
the West Nashville District, and form
er pastor of Clark Chapel M. E.
Church of this place, spent a day or
two of last week in the city shaking
hands with old friends who were all
glad to see him.
Mrs. J. B. Sublett, who has been the
guest of Mrs. S. P. Livingston for two
weeks, left Friday for her home iu
Murfreesboro.
Mrs. Nannie Fite and niece, Miss
Sadie Anderson, of Lebanon, are vis
iting relatives here for awhile.
Miss Pearl Otten, who has been vis
iting relatives here for five weeks, re
turned to her home in Nashville Wed
nesday. Mr. John Anderson left Monday
morning for Knoxville.
Rev. D. T. Burch and Mr. T. II. Ma
bry attended the Conference at Tulla
homa. Mrs. Simon Turner is home again
after spending several months with
O'Platives in Nashville.
. MURFREESBORO NOTES.
Mrs. J. B. Sublett, who has been the
guest of Mrs. S. P. Livingston, of Mc
Minnville, returned home Friday. On
account of illness her visit was cur
tailed. Mrs. T. S. Williams and Miss Elma
A. Williams, who have been visiting
friends in Tullahoma, returned home
Monday.
Mrs. Henry Scruggs, of Chattanooga,
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Hannah
Voss.
Misses Annie Randolph and Kitty
Payne, of Gallatin, are the guests of
Mrs. II. P. Scales.
Mrs. Ed. Peacock, of Columbia, was
the guest of Mrs; K. L. Tagc, Monday.
Miss Florence Fletcher and Mrs.
Hannah Fletcher are the guests of
Mrs. Carrie Waters.
Miss Dean, of Jackson, Tenn., is
the guest of Miss Melissa Ransom.
Mrs. J. B. McClellan and Miss Es
ther .1. Pinkard have returned from
Norfork and Washington.
Miss Johnnie O'Neal and Mrs. Flor
ence Mifford were the guests of Mrs.
MrCord at Eagleville Sunday.
Mr. A. J.'Anderson spent Sunday at
Eagleville the guest of Miss Boulah
Owen.
Mr. aiid Mrs. J. M. Windrow, Mr.
ind Mrs. Miller and Mr. II. P. Scales
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jor
dnn at Eagleville.
Misses" Mamie J. Gannaway, Lula J.
Smith and Mr. nnd Mrs. Sparrow
spent Sunday in Eagleville.
Miss Ella Harden spent Sunday in
the city.
Louisville & fiasiiville R. R.
New Union Station. City Ticket Ollice, 224
Fourth ave., North. Telephone Main 758.
Leaves. Arrives.
Louisville & Cincinnati 3:7am
Louisville t: Cincinnati. ...7:toam
Louuville & Cincinnati 8:Upm
Louisville Aecom'oda a12 :20pm
hvausville Ac Chicago 3 :67am
Kvausviile U Chicago 7:4ipm
KrausviUe & st. Louis 3:&7am
Kvansville & St. Louis.... a7 :30am
fcvausville & st Louis 7:40pm
Hirnnngharn, Montgom
ery, Mobile and New
:iram
8;27am
8:3ipm
a3 :Ufpm
J :05am
8: 10am
2:ll,'iara
a:l0pm
8:10am
Orleans
Birmingham, Mftntcom.
....2:25am 3:37am
ery. Mobile and New
Orleans 8:45am
Nashville & Scottsville
Acc mmodatiou 3:10pm
Nashville & llartsville
Accommodation 5:10pm
Ilopkinsville Aecom'oda.. .a5 :46pm
Nashville & Clarksvillo
Accommodation 4:15pm
Nashville & Decatur Ac
commodation . 8;50pm
Columbia & Mt. Pleasant. . 3:50pra
Columbia, Florence,
Shellie.d, & Tuscumbia..7 :40am
7:25pm
10:16ain
f7 :50am
10 :00am
t8:i7am
10:10am
7:25pm
5:00pm
Daily. tOaily except Sunday.
a Stops at North College-street station.
Train arriving at 4:66 p. m. rans from Mt.
Pleasant ouiy.
Train arriving at 7:45 p m. brings connec
tions from Tuscumbia and Florence.
li. C. WALLIS, W. UAL. MUSTAINE,
District Pass. Agent. City Ticket Agent.
The "So Different Club" entertained
Thursday night in honor of Miss J.
Lula Smith, of St. Paul, Minn., at the
home of Miss Mamie J. Gannaway.
ices were served. Those present were
Misses Nannie M. Ransom, Melissa
Ransom, Dean, of Jackson, Bertha
North, of Chattanooga, Messrs. Aaron
Gather, Olden Llnsey, Erskin Green,
Tom Woods, J. Wyman Brady.
Mr. Elmore Bonds was in the city
ibis week.
Mrs. Mary Gross, of Nashville, is
in the city.
Mrs. Amy Taylor is in the city.
Rev. E. M. Lawrence, the State
Superintendent of Missions, preached
it Mt. Zion Baptist Church Monday
night.
Miss Willie Mae Cowan is anticipa
ting a visit to Athens, Ohio.
Miss Nannie M. Ransom entertained
lu honor of Miss Dean, of Jackson,
Friday night. Those present were
Misses Mamie Vaughn, Bertha North,
Melissa Ransom, Messrs. Olden Lln
sey, Aaron Gather, Erskin Green, El
more Bonds, of New York, and others.
Mrs. Addie Simmons has gone to
jhattanooga for a week or two.
Mr. B. G. Garrett, of Nashville, was
!.he guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Young-
blood and Mrs. Caledonia Moore, also
of Mr. Martin Garrett, of Barfield.
Miss Johnnie O'Neal and Mr. J. Wy
man Brady will spend Sunday in Tul
lahoma.
Mr. Henry Brooks, of St. Louis, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Brooks, of Rockvale.
Miss Johnnie M. Perry is visiting
elatives in Rucker.
Miss Nannie M. Ransom is teaching
it Lavergne.
Miss Allie W. Green has returned
from Dayton and Tullahoma.
Mr. Walter Page -is In Shelbyville
for a week.
Miss Florence Kirk has gone to
"lackman.
TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Officers Elected.
At the closing of the District Grand
' odge Odd Fellows the following offi
cers were elected: District Grand
Master, L. S. Orr, Memphis; Deputy
District Grand Master, L. II. Fort,
Dyersburg; District Grand Secretary,
T. P. Turner. Pulaski; District Grand
Treasurer; Prof. Merrill, Columbia; Dis
trict Grand Director, Austin W. Will
ams, Memphis; District Grand Secre
tary Endowment Board, W. S. Thomp
son, Nashville; District Grand Treas
urer Endowment Board, J. F. Booker,
Trenton; District Grand Medical Di
ector, Dr. C. O. Hunter, Columbia.
Officers for the District Household
of Ruth: Most Noble Governor, Mrs.
M. E. Hamilton, Knoxville; Right No
lle Governor, Mrs. A. B. Carter, Nash
ille; Worthy Treasurer, Mrs. T. P.
Turner, Pulaski; Worthy Recorder,
Miss Corinne Webster Memphis.
Mis. L. N. Jackson, of Chattanooga,
3X-M. N. G., refused to run. 'Mrs. Lot
tie II. Chenault, of Gallatin, ex-M. N.
3., was unanimously elected but de
clined owing to pressing obligations.
The next meeting will be held in
Memphis, in August, 1909.
-
EBENE2ER NOTES.
There will be a Basket Meeting and
:ially Sunday, August 18. All are in
vitcd.
Mrs. Preston Taylor spent Sunday
with Mrs. Isaiah Battle.
Mr. Joe Yancy and wife, of Indian
apolis, Ind., are visiting his mother
and father, Mr. and Mrs. Yancy. Mr
Yancy has been away four years.
Mrs. Mary Townsend, who has been
very iow under the care of Dr. J. II.
Hale, was able to spent Sunday on
':iin Hill avenue, with her mother.
Vi-,s i' izabeth Ilorton was with us
igain Sunday morning, nnd preached
from the 13th chapter of Matthew.
Her sermon was a stirring one.
Mr. Baxter Jenkins, who has been iu
Chicago for several years, is back with
00OT!!V-5
i iivi
Dry Goods and Carpet Go.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Square.
Carry tie Best Stock ot Carpets,
The Best Assortment ol Silks and
Dress Goods,
The Handsomest Line ol Cloaks
and Suits.
M-'n-tf
COLORED SKATIIIG RIIIK
la open to the Public with plenty of up-to-date bi'
bearing skatei.
COR. EIGHTII AND JO JOIINSTOX ATENUES.
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.
ROBERT L. MILLER, Gen. Mgr.
6-i4-07-t4
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., ROYD BUILDING,
flione Mam 9G7. (Up Stairs.)
Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
BOYD'S HALL
CEDAR STREET.
REGULAR DAICIJfi 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 LN'ER, Instructor.
ADMISSION 15 Cents.
KAYNE AE.
RESTAURANT AND
ICE CREAM PARLOR
ICE CREAM AM SOFT DIIIES.
Fine drinks and lunches of all
kinds. Orders taken and delivered.
Special price to Churches and Picnics.
Open until 12 every night.
M. G. GLENN, Mng'r.
KAYNE AYENUE and 1YY ST
7-19-07-t4
1 ri nrrnr nn in. j j i rm nrn jliuji
us again on a short stay, visiting rela
tives. Mr. Jenkins and sister, Miss Mollie
Jenkins, will leave Tuesday morning
to visit their sister at Gladesville.
SMYRNA NOTES.
The delegates, Mrs. M. C. Wade and
Miss E. M. Perry made quite an in
teresting report to the Sunday school
last Sunday morning. They consider
I he session at Eagleville one of the
most interesting and beneficial they
have ever attended. The sermons
songs and prayers were the best, and
the i eople the most hospitable.-
T: Sunday school feels proud of
their work and the inspiration thpv
have gained, as they say that they are
more determined to be more useful in
the vineyard of the Lord.
Mr. Washington Cannon and little
daughter, of Nashville, were the guests
of relatives and friends here Sunday.
Mr. P. R. Davis, of Lavergne. sub
scribed for the Globe this week.
Mrs. Rhoda McCullough, after spend
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