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uuu iNAajnyji.j.tt KiiMUta, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1907.
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3IAN0S II SALE
BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN
The finest piano that money and skill can
produce, extra massive case, extra finely fin
ished; made only in the finest fancy figured
burl walnut and finely figured mahogany or
quarter sawed oak; double veneered inside
and out, is what the National Baptist Pub
lishing Board offers in their many styles of
pianos. Such as styles 5, G, 10, 12 and 14..
The tone of these instruments is unexcelled
for its exquisite quality.
THE ARTIST UPRIGHT
are pre-eminent. The tone is clear, liquid,
mellow and well sustained and affords -in all
the registers a harmony clear and equal, and
of that sympathetic nature which, under the
hands of an artist, arouses the enthusiasm of
the listener. The prices and terms are with
in reach of all.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO THE
National Baptist Publishing Board,
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
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THE SPA CREAMERY.
Cor. Ninth Avenue and Cedar Street.
We have jr"t completed our screens and our fans. This makes
our place the -)st 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. (Spaw.) P. ONE, MAIN 4496-L.
C. X. COFFEY, Proprietor.
M. W. BUFORD,
Hair Cut 25cts. Shave IOcts.
Clean Shop. Courteous Attention.
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:: CITY ITEMS, j
Mrs. II. BoDds. of 1023 South street
nas gone to Pulaski to visit Mrs
Rhodes and Miss Bailey.
Mrs. M. Osborn and her danehter
Miss Lizzie, have been visiting in Co
Mrs. Alice Coleman, of Cincinnati
and Miss Irene Hardison, of Colunv
bia, are visiting Mrs. Osborn, of Over
Mrs. Eva Williams is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hill and
daughter, Miss Lillian B. Hill, left
tne city Monday atternoon going over
the I. C. to Chicago, where they will
stop for a few days. They will prob
ably be gone until the 1st of Septem
ber, and while away will visit Cin
cinnati. New York City and the James
town Exposition. Mrs. Hill's mother,
Mrs. Burton, will be at the Hill home
until they return.
Miss Mabel Hill, of 838 Division
street, is better.
Miss Zenieth McCathrene spent last
Sunday evening with Miss Mabel Hill,
of S3S Division street.
Miss Drucilla M. Hill, of 838 Divi
sion street, who has been visiting in
St. Louis and Chicago, will return to
the city in September.
Attorney G. F. Anderson had an en
joyable vacation of ten days recently
at the home of his cousin, Mrs. Eliza
beth Draine, of Eduefield Junction.
While there he was invited to several
Mr. Fulton North and Miss Lurv
Cage, who have been visiting here
for the last two months, left for their
home in Oklahoma last Wednesday.
Mrs. Booker Bridge, of 1011 Harri
son street, left last week for Lexing
ton to visit her daughter, Misa Silves
Mrs. I. E. Alsup and Miss Sadie M.
Alsup have gone to Chicago to visit
Miss Bessie Anderson, of Natchez.
Miss., is visiing her mother, Mrs. Bell
Anaerson, ol 111 Seventh avenue.
North. She leaves Friday night in
company with Miss Lizzie Smith, of
141,4 Jefferson street, to visit James
town Exposition, Washington and Chicago.
Miss Hattie Payne, of 307 Seventh
avenue, North, is visiting Miss Katie
Williams on the Harding road.
miss Cordelia Howard, of Alberta
avenue, who has been visiting rela
tives in Mt. Pleasant, returned to the
Mrs. Maggie Ward Bird, of Chicago.
who has been spending the summer
with her sister, Miss Martha Ward,
returned to her home last Wednes
Mrs Emma Mai White is SDendinc
a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Archie McLemore, of Columbia.
Miss Emma Stone fa spending a
few days at Ebenezer with Mrs. Bon
Mrs. Augusta Fowler, of Pulaski, is
here visiting her moiher and sister,
Mrs. Lewis Fort, of Sixteenth av
enue, North, has returned home after
spending several days with her son,
Mrs. Jamies Fort, who was very sick
in Cincinnati. She left him very much
Mr. Albert Doss, of Memphis, is
visiting his brother, Mr. Tobe Doss.
of 1502 Cedar street. He will take a
trip to Statesville in a few days -to
visit his mother and other relatives.
Mrs. M. E. Woodruff and children,
M. E., Jr., and E. Westwell. of 1428
Fourteenth avenue, South, who have
been visiting relatives in Franklin
have returned home.
Mrs. Esther Black, of Sixteenth av
enue, North, deft the city the first of
the week to visit her sister in Argen
tine, Kans. She will be from home
about two months.
Mr. Bruce R. Etter, of Dallas,
Texas, is visiting his grandmother,
Mrs. Lucy Brown, of 1113 Jackson
Mrs. G. I. Dodson and Miss Cassie
Dodson, of Jefferson street, have re
turned from Dickson.
Miss Frances McEwen, of Fayette-
ville, Tenn., was called to thi3 city on
the account of the death of her broth
er, Mrs. Sam McEwen at the residence
of his aunt, Mrs. Millie Simpkins, of
North Buchanan street.
Mr. Hale, of North Coffee street, is
very much indisposed this week.
Mr. John Batson, of Fifth avenue
North, is somewhat indisposed.
Mr. Perkins, of Chicago, is quite a
social visitor in the city. While here
he will be located at the residence of
his sister, Mrs. George Scott, of 1921
Sixth avenue, North. Although Mr
Perkins is blind, he is a gentleman of
Mrs. Seay, of Memphis, is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Turner, of
Fourth avenue, North.
Miss Mary Hope, of Fourth avenue,
North, after a delightful stay in Louis
ville, Ky., has returned home.
Air. James Harlan, Miss Emma
Smith, little Miss Surburban Scott,
and Master G. F. Scott, of Sixth av
enue, North, left last week for Clarks
ville, Tenn., to visit relatives.
Mrs. Mattle Harlan of Sixth av
enue, North, who has been out of the
city for quite a stay, has returned
Threatened with nervous prostra
tion caused by over-work, Prof. Rich
ard Hill, the real estate dealer, and
secretary for Norman and Rhodes, the
popular contractors; will take a few
days rest in the country. Mrs. Hill
and Miss Lillian Will accompany him.
Miss Pinkie Mayberry spent Sun
day in Franklin.
Mr. J. O. Battle, editor of the Globe,
made a flying business trip to Pulas
ki last Sunday. While in the city he
was the guest of Prof, and Mrs. T. P.
Mrs. S. D. Reed, of 90 Lewis street,
is visiting her parents in Pulaski.
Prof. W. S. Thompson, Demonbreun
street returned to the city Saturday
from Montgomery, Ala., where he at
tended the Supreme Grand Lodge I. O.
I. En route home he made several
stop-overs. Mr. Thompson was elected
Misses Henrietta Campbell and Es-
tella Montague will leave Saturday
morning for Jefferson, Tenn., where
they vvill be the guests of Mrs. Wade
for a few days.
Mrs. Mary Webb and sister, Mrs
Georgia Talley, of Fifth street, East
Nashville, entertained their guest, Mr.
Ben Porter, of Argentine Kans., on
last Thursday. Among those present
were Rev. Mr. Ellis of Brierville, Mr.
L. E. Vincent, of Walden University,
and Miss Cora E. Fisher, of Eighth
Mr. S. D. Reed, of 90 Lewis street,
who has been spending his summer
vacation in Pulaski, returned to the
Mrs. R. R. Voorhees, wife of Dr.
Voorhees. who with her son is visit
ing in Minneapolis, Minn, is spending
a very enjoyable time and is enjoying
Miss Willie E. Battle, of 922 Blank
street, left the city Monday for
Chattanooga, whero she will spend a
few weeks visiting relatives and
Rev. V. E. Shipp, pastor of the First
Baptist Church of Hendersonville,
Term., was in the citv last wek look
ing after a new instrument for his
:hurch. He recently purchased a
first-class No. 8 pipe tone National
Baptist chapel organ, which he hopes
to instal in his church on next Sun
Miss Minnie C. Moore, Ph. G.t of
Jackson, Miss., is contemplating a
isit to Nashville in the near future.
Miss Moore is a daughter of Dr.
Moore cf that city. She conducts a
hrst-class pharmacy and is manager
for the establishment. She is a grad
uate from the medical school at
New Orleans, La.
Mrs. John Singleton, of Knoxville.
is spending a few day in the city
visiting friends and attending the
meeting of the Odd Fellows.
Mesdames John Webster and An
drew Clegggett. of Columbia. Tfcun..
were the guests of Mrs. F. A. Monta
gue on Fourth avenue, South, for two
uays this week.
Mr. W. G. Hynes, iho well-known
exhibitor, receive the sad news Wed
nesday from San Antonio, Texas,
that his brother, Mr. Felix liynes.
who at one time resided on Spruce
street, had just died.
The Nashville delegation to the Ne
jro Business League, which convened
-t Topeka, Kans., this week, left Mon
day evening, going via St. Louis.
Prof. W. H. Fort, jf Dyersburg,
fenn., is in the city attending the
irand Lodge of Odd Fallows.
Miss Gertrude D. Hadley. of Jeffer
son street, left the city last week to
join her sister, Miss -Marion M. Ilaa-
ley, who is visiting Dr. and Mrs. B.
R. Bluitt, at Dallas, Texas. The
Misses Hadley will remain with then
sister until September, when they
will return to take up their work in
the public schools.
Miss Eleanor Battle, of 922 Blank
street, left for Chattanooga Wednes
Dr. A. M. Townscnd returned to the
Miss Jennie P. Dunson, of the
bookmaking department of the Na
tional Baptist Publishing Board, left
the city far Madisonville, Ky., last
Mr. Lewis Gibbs, a prominent con
tractor of Chattanooga, is spending
the week in the city attending the
District Grand Lodge G. U. O
Mr. G. W. Saffell, Jr., District Grand
Master G. U. O. of O. F. of Kentucky
and wife, of Lawrenceburg. Ky., were
in the city this week attending the
Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. They
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B
Carter, 713 Gay street.
Mrs. Ann Reid, of West Nashville
was taken very sick on ner way home
from the Spruce street Baptist
Church Sunday morning. After a
physician had examined her, it was
found that she had a slight paralytic
Miss Birdelle Johnson, cf Opelou
sas, La., will spend a week in Nash
ville, en route to the National Conven
tion at Washington, D. C,
Prof. It. C. Jernagin contemplates
leaving the city within the next two
weeks, but will possibly return in the
PROF. W. G. HYNES.
Prof. W. G. Hynes. who is in thp ritv
attending the Grand Lodge of the G.
U. O. of O. F., gave an exbihition at
New Town, Tuesday night. He had
crowded house. He will be in the
city about 10 days, after which he will
go to Jamestcwn Exposition.
CAPTAIN STEWART'S DRUM
Captain John Stewart has eriven in
Nashville an organization that Is a
great credit to this fair citv. Th
music that charmed the thousands on
luesday was furnished bv Stewart's
Drum and Bugle Corps.
OFF FOR AN EXTENDED TRIP.
Dr. R. F. Boyd returned to the ritv
Sunday from the Supreme Grand
Lodge, I. O. I., which met in Montgom
ery, Ala. Enroute home Dr. iovil
stopped over at Birmingham. Pulaski
At the meeting of the I. O. T 'a rr
Eoyd was elected to the second nlare
in command, having refused to pernvt
ins name to go beiore the Gran.l
sion for the highest office in the gift
of the bodv though hponuirVif v
large number of friends to do so. He
was elected by acclamation to his nres.
tnt office which he has held for a
number of years.
On Monday Dr. Bovd left, fnr Wil
mington, N. C, where he will spend a
week or ten days on the beach, thence
going directly to Boston. From the
latter place he will go to New York,
Philadelphia, Atlantic City and Balti
more at which nlace he will attend
the meeting of the National Medical
Association. From Baltimore Dr.
Boyd will go by way of the James
town Exposition to Louisville, arriv
ing in that city in time to attend the
bi-ennial session of the Supreme Lodge
Knights of Pythias, of which he is an
Mr. and Mrs. Lapsley, of 820 Eleven
th avenue, South, entertained a few
friends last Wednesday evening. A
two-course menu was served. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Shame, Mr. and
Mrs. Moses Wade, Mrs. Llllard, Mr.
Joe Skenn, Mr. Rilebrew, Misses Lena
Whitlow, Robie Overton, Jennie Mc
Cathern, Franky Fox, Lillian Frank
lin, Mr. Joe Mathews, Mrs. Mary Laps-ley.
THE II. T. G. M. ENTERTAIN.
The H. T. G. M. Club made its in
itial bow as an entertainer last Mon
day evening with a whist party at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
Corrington, Jefferson street. The oc
casion proved to be one of the most
delightful social events of the summer
The if. T. G. M. succeeded in arous
ing wide-spread interest among their
friends because of the mystery sur
rounding the meaning of the letters,
which it has chosen for a name, and
all the guests last Monday evening
were filled with anxiety with the .hope
that the mysticism surrounding the
club would be cleared away, but the
young ladies made it so pleasant for
all and the progressive whist con
test developed so many exciting
games that the meaning of the name
was. for the time, forgotten.
From the ringing of the bell for the
beginning of the whist contest, until
Miss Bessie Martin tlmo l-oons on
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Miss Brucie Mai Ewing has gone tod nounced "last game" interest in the
imu,,u-3shc luitu-u was at a wnite
heat. Several individual i a vera pv.
Lavergne to spend a few weeks' va
Miss Velma Mai Mosley has re
turned from Gallatin, where she has
been spending the summer.
Mrs. S. J. Chandler and children,
of Scovel street, are visiting relatives
and friends in Warren County.
Mr. John Lyttcn contldues ill at
his home on Lea avenue.
Mr. Robert Dojld, who has been ill
for several weeks, is able to be out
Miss Flonnie I. Watson, daughter
of Dr. J. I. Watson, left for Paris,
Tenn., to spend the balance of the va
cation visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
G. W. Palmer.
Misses Mary Kane Hill. Lillie
Banks and Esther Pinkard. teachers
in the public schools, returned to the
city Sunday from an extended trip
through the East. While away they
visited the Jamestown Exposition
and many cities en route. Miss Pink-
ard left for Murfrccshoro Mondav
Prof, and Mrs. T. P. Turner, of Pu
ski, are in the city attending t.hn
meeting of Odd Fellows.
Misses A. L. Bright and 7ennliia
Posey spent Wednesday as the guests
Miss yueenie Arnold, of East Nash
Mr. W. O. Houston made a flying
trip to Cincinnati, and on his return
siient five days in Louisville last
After spendingtwo months in I)u
;,,o, Miss Johnnie M. Denny has
nlso visited Madisonville. Ky., and
Evansville, Ind. She will return to
this city the latter part of August.
hibited great skill, but the first prize
Cor women, h ;e!t buckle, went to Miss
Jennie Childress, who won nine out of
twelve games piayed. Mr. J. Frank
Battle captured the gentleman's prize,
a silk neck tie, by winning ten out of
twelve games. The booby prize, a
toy coffee mill and a drum went to
Miss Minnie Hunter and Mr. Robert
At the close of the whist contest
ices were served, afterwhich the par
lors weie cleared and the rest of the
evening devoted to dancing. Those
present were: Mr. .and Mrs. J. W.
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Kelly, Jr.,
Misses Dilola McCallie, Chattanooga;
Laura Tolk Smith, Bessie Martin, Mol
lie Berry, Nannie Sumner, Elnora
Berry, Minnie Hunter, Jennie Child
ress, Georgia Bradford, Lillian Bad
ger, Hazel Thompson, John Thomp
son; Messrs. J. Frank Battle, Dr. C.
B. Lynch, Robert Green, Dr. John
Bright, Fred Work, J. O. Battle, Eu
gene T. Page, Samuel Carter. Wm.
Boger, Robert Polk, D. W. Crutcher.
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NASHVILLE, j TENNESSEE.