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THE NASHVILLE GtOP.V, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1907.
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NEED ANYTHING? GALLON! "
Richard Hill
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Pension Vouchers and other impor
tant papers llxed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL.
Is your life insured? Is your house
and furniture insured? Aren't
you tired paying pent?
1 Oflir e Thorns Iain 18S9. Home 'Phone JIain 2S12.
OFFICE 410-2 CEDAIt ST.,
Nashville, - Tennessee.
WANTED.
WANTED Lest you forget, we take
rspecial pride in calling your attention
to the handsome, up-to-date rigs that
can be secured at BOYD & BATTLE'S
Livery Stable. Get your orders in
early for the Sunday rush. Phone,
.Main 449C-Y. "Ask the man" about
our rigs.
. WANTED. Stockman at National
Tlaptist Publishing Board. Must have
some knowledge of handling paper
and able to keep records. See D. A.
Hart
FOR RENT.
' Thorn Alain 1X29 Rooms 106-107 1st Floor
BOYD BUILDING.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Practices before nil the State and Federal
Courts of Tennessee.
'.If my nnine don't appear in the Telephone
Hook, ask information for it.
419 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn.
HALL FOR RENT.
' One .of the mosi beautiful hall in
the Boyd Building for rent, will be
newly papered and made elegant and
comfortable.' The rent is reasonable.
Inquire on premises or see Gear & Da
vis, The Real Estate Men.
Incorporated I'n.ter the Uws of Tennessee.
OncCent Savings Bank.
CAM STOCK. $25,000.00.
Does a regular banking business, in
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind In Tennessee.
R. IT. Boyd, President,
J. W. Uostick, Vice President.
J.C. Nai-ieh, Cashier.
C.N. Langston, Teller.
4l I FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
Telephone Main 1173.
6
uiarlin,
I'UOriUETOH
CUSTOJI HOUSE LIVERY
1 1 a
iT,UPTf on Short Biotlw.
YtfU In;
'Oil roadway.
712 null.
Nashville,
Tenn.
ECONOMIC
SHAM LAUNlY
Ilavo your washing done at
the Economical Steam
Laundry. - Let us
do your
Mill MY WORK iLjfja
412 Ctclcxr Street.
Dr. J. II. Single! on, Mgr.
Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone 3443 R.
Dr. J. B. Singleton,
DENTIST.
OFFICE:
RESIDENCE:
408 Cedar St. - 1116 Jefferson St.
8-29-07 tf.
A CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen wish to
thank the friends for their many kind
nesses during the illness of their
dim-hter, Alberta Bentrico Allen, and
especially lier dear schoolmates who
cime amiind always to cheer her
. . .,) el.ts'e. of her life. We
GO TO
JAGKSON BROS.
-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.. J Nashville, Tenn.
ii. Pi. DeGrafenried,
UP-TO-DATE TAILOR.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER.
Strict Attention Paid to Ladies' Work.
CLEANING, DYEING AND HE
PAIRING. 430 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn,
7-12-08-tf
D. WESLEY CRUTCHfR.
WILI, BE PLEASED TO HAVE
YOU CAUy ON HIM AT
HAIMAN y LOEB'S,
226 FOURTH AVE., NORTH,
Where he will be glad to show you an
elegant stock of high grade, upto-date
TAILORING.
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods
At Moderate Prices.
AS USUAL
WE ARE ALWAYS
Up With The Times,
Our Superintendent's and
Teacher's Handbook, contain
ing Lesson Texts, Review Sug
gestions School Readings, Mus
ical Suggestions, etc, for the In
ternational Lessons for 1907 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
BET. H. II. 110 YD, Sec'r
523 Second ATeiuie, North,
NASHVILLE, - TENNESSEE.
12-2-'0(it4
IF YOU WANT
Jewelry
OR. lv7XBBLANT0n,
Is now a Jewelry Sal -sman and Dealer
with Lowcnhcim & Co., 400 Union street, who
carry the finest and the most stylish fancy
goods in the South. Mr. Blantonnvill furnish
y. ii with any assortment of jewelry thatcan
be bought cheip, for cash or on easy pa
nit-nts. Eye glasses, watches, rings, brace
lets or necklaces enn be had at from one
third to one-half down. Call W. .1. Blanton
or leave your order with any one in the
store.
See Special Prices to Churches and lodges.
With D. lOWENIIEIM 4 CO.
4po tmK St.. and Fourth Ave., N. Phone Main 1319
M. W. BUF0RD,
FIRST- CLASS BARBER,
Hair Cut 2Sc Shavc ,0cts'
Clean Shop. CWecW Attention.
117 FOURTH AVE. s; Nashville. Tenn-
. i.3. FITE.
II. (1. FITK, J. F1TV "
Fite Bros.,
TAILOR SHOP AM ntSSDO CLUB,
Suits made to rfo r from $15 to $50.
Clothes Cleaned. Tressed, Altered and
Dyed. Ladies' Work a Specialty.
We Guarantee t Ytm Your Clothes for
:t.no Per Fih
SPORTING NEWS. :
By LEON.
Mr. Leon, Sporting Editor Nashville
Globe:
Dear Sir Being a past knight of
the baseball diamond and also a mem
ber of the famous '03 W. U. football
team, you can see that I am a full
lover of athletics; so don't be sur
prised if you should hear of me sign
ing a contract with the N. N. G. for
1908.
Having watched . several of the
teams play, I can't see why we cannot
get a strong city League together for
1908. Let's hear from the other parts
of the city and be up and doing for
1908.
Thanking you, I am yours truly,
OVERTON WOODARD.
1813 Heiman street.
Halt!
It is rumored among the colleges
that the Fisk-Mehi?.rry football game,
the greatest meet of the year, will be
pulled off early in the season. If true,
it will be regretted by all as this is
the social event, one that the public
looks forward to with great expecta
tions. It is hoped that this game will
be near Thanksgiving, as in former
years. Should this game be played
early, then there will be no interest
thereafter.
The baseball game on Labor Day
was a very tame affair, the National
Baptist boys merely toying with the
Grays, and the score standing 9 to 0
at the finish.
Positively the Last.
The game that the public calls for
with a loud voice is sure to be had on
September 16, at Athletic Park, be
tween the National Baptists and the
Standard Giants. As both of these
teams have been most successful all
the season, a great and close game
may be looked for. The appearance
of the Baptists with a percentage of
850 and the Giants 80O, should over
flow the park with followers of the
sport
There will be announced in this col
umn next week the greatest event that
was ever attempted in this city. '
Loses First Game of the Season.
The "Black Bronchoes," of San
Antonio, Texas, which is the name of
the baseball team of that city, gave
the Birmingham, Ala., ball team the
first defeat they have had this sea
son. They took three straight games
from Birmingham by close scores.
The trick was turned in San Antonio
before an enthusiastic crowd of fans,
says a correspondent to the Globe,
who further states that The "Alamo
City " is and has been all the season,
the best ball town in Texas. This
new honor makes the team from the
land of the cactus the undisputed
champions of the South, as Birming
ham had put Memphis. Nashville, At
lanta, Macon, New Orleans, Houston,
Galveston and all others out of the
game. .
WOMEN'S MITE MISSIONARY SO
CIETY. Lewisberg, Tenn., August 23, 1907.
The Women's Mite Missionary Society
of Tennessee Annual Conference, A. M.
E. Church, met at Allen's Chapel. The
meeting was presided over by the
president, Mrs. T, W. Haigler. The
meetng opened with praise service, aft
er which Mrs. Haigler made her an
nual address. The opening sermon
was preached by Rev. J. Q. Johnson,
D. D. his subject being "Missionary
Expansion." The financial reports
fiom the different districts were re
ceived. Devotional exercise at 8 p.
m., by Rev. H. L. P. Jones, P. E. Mu
sic by the choir. Welcome address on
behalf of Sunday school, Miss Maxie
Davis; Church, Miss Mattie Davis;
Mite Missionary Society, Miss Maud
Davis; Citizens, Mr. J. B. Jones. Re
sponse, Mrs. Mary S. Peyton, Second
Vice President.
The second day's session opoaed at
9 a. m. Devotional exercises. Read
ing and approval of the journal. The
Mite Missionary Society in Four
Years, Miss Maud G. Davis. The Spir
it of Missions, Mrs. II. L. P. Jones.
The report on memoirs was read by
Mrs. G. L, Jackson.
Among the ministers present were
Rev. Wm, Flagg, II. L. P. Jones,
Charles II. Williams and S. L. How
ard. Rev. S. h. Howard, the pastor,
and members of Allen Chapel enter
tained the Convention royally. The
The following officers were elected:
.Mrs. G. L. Jackson, President; Mrs.
Wm. Flagg. First Vice President; Mrs.
Jiobinson, Second Vice President; Mrs.
M, ft. Reddick, Third Vice President;
Mrs. M. S. Peyton, Secretary; Mrs. H.
L P. Jones, Corresponding Secretary;
Mrs. T. W. Haigler, Treasurer. The
meeting closed by singing, "God be
with you till we meet again."
r.
Miss B. N. Washington, of Ninth ave
nue, South, who has been visiting in
Louisville, has returned home.
Louisville & Hasfivilla R. R.
New Union Station. City Ticket Oltice, .'4
Fourth ve North. Telephone Wain ?5H.
Leaves. Arnvs.
Louisville & Cincinoati....3:47aiu 2:lam
Louisville Cincinnati. ...7:66ain 8:27ara
Louisville & Cincinnati 8:0t)pnr 8:Jipin
Louisville Accom'oda a12:A)pm a3:0ipni
ttvunsville He Chicago 3:&7am J :05am
Kvausviile & Chicago 7:40pm 8:10am
Kvausville & St. Louis 3:o7am U:0&am
tivansvtlle A St. Louis.... a7 :80am a8:10pm
kvansville & st Louis 7:40pn 8:10am
Birmingham, Montgom
ery, Mobile and New
Orleans 2 :25a in 3:37am
Birmingham, Montgom
ery, Mobile and New
Orleans 8:43aro 7:i5pm
Nashville & Scottsville
Accomodation 3:10pm 10 :15am
Nashville & Hartsville
Accommodation 5:10pm fl:Wava
Hopkinsville Accom'oda.. .a5:46pm 10:00am
Nashville & Clarksville
Accommodation 4:15pm ; t8:17am
Nashville & Decatur Ac
commodation 8.5opm lo:10am
Columbia & Ut. rieasant.. 3:5upm 7:2&piu
Columbia, Florence,
Shellie.d, & Tuscumbia..7 :40am 6:00pm
Daily, t Uaily except Sunday. j
a Stops at North College-street station.
Train arriving at 4:65 p. ra. rani from Mt.
I'lcasautoniy.
Train arriving at 7:45 P ra. brings connec
tions from Tuscumbia and Florence. i
It. C. Willis, W. Hal. Mustaine, i
District I'ass. Agent. City Ticket Agent.
VEKD1 KINDERGARTEN.
MISS MATTIE F. MATTHEWS,
PRINCIPAL.
Corner Eighth 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,
440 Eighth avenue, North.
8-2-07-lyr
THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT
FISK UNIVERSITY
NASHVILLE, TENN.
Open to students of all denomina
tions. Thorough courses for Ministers
and Christian Workers of all kinds; also
the privileges of the Musical and Liter
ary departments.
For particulars address
Rev. Geo. W. Henderson, Dean,
929 18th Ave., North.
Rev. Jas. G. Merrill, D. D., Presi
dent. 2t
NON-RESIDENT. NOTICE.
October Rules, 1907.
MARY PEARSON Vs. HENRY
PEARSON.
In this cause it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant is a non-resident of the State
of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon
him; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance herein
at the next termof the Davidson County
Circuit Court, to be holden at the
Court House in Nashville, Tennessee,
on the 2nd Monday in October, It be
ing the 14th day, and defend, or said
complainant's bill will be taken for
confessed as to him and set for
hearing ex parte. It is therefore or
dered that a copy of this order be pub
lished for four weeks in succession In
the Nashville Globe, a newspaper
published in Nashville.
L. M. HITT, Clerk.
M. B. COOK, uO. C.
J. W. Grant.
Solicitor for Complanant.
FORTY AND THIRTY YEARS AGO.
Mr. H. G. Scales, one of the leading
stone contractors in Nashville, was
quietly married last Sunday morning,
September 1, at 2 o'clock, to Miss Liz
zie Cleveland. Mr. Scales was asked
by a Globe representative why he mar
ried at such an early hour; and he
stated that just forty years ago, Sep
tember 1, at just that hour, he married
his first wife, and he had a preference
to September 1, and the hour of two,
in the morning.
But this was not the only pleasant
incident Mr. Scales was able to relate.
A few hours later the Globe repre
sentative was introduced to Mr. Green
Holt, of Belfast, Tenn. Mr. Holt and
Mr. Scales are first cousins. They had
not seen each other for thirty years,
and the meeting was a happy one. Mr.
Holt is one of the leading farmers of
Marshall County, and owns large farm
ing tracts and timber land.
TIMOTHY'S
Dry Goods and Carpet Co.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Square.
Carry the Best Stock ol Carpets,
The Best Assortment ol Silks and
Dress Goods,
The Handsomest Line o! Cloaks
and Suits.
1.-'07tf
Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
BOYD'S HALL
COIR STREET.
sr REGULAR DAICII6 CLASS
every Monday and Friday nights from
8:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will give
instructions free of charge to all wishiag
to learn the new dances that are put on.
Good order will be observed. Parents
with children admitted free.
DOCK USER, Instructor.
ADMISSION o 15 Cents.
Phone 2703. Utm 3 k 4
R. L. MAYFIELD,
LAWYER.
410 Cedar St., NASHVILLE, TEltX.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
Under the authority vested in me
by a deed of trust executed by Jno.
Rutland, Jr., and wife, Hattie Rutland,
and William Rutland and wife, Delia
Rutland, dated August 11, 1905, and
registered in Book 338, page 139, of
the Register's Office of Davidson
County, Tennessee, made to secure
certain indebtedness therein specified,
I will, on
Monday, the 30th day of September,
1907,
at 12 o'clock, noon, at the south door
of the court house at Nashville, Ten
nessee, sell to the highest bidder, for
cash, and free from the equity of re
demption, certain property in David,
son County, Tennessee, together with
all the buildings, appurtenances and j'
hereditaments thereunto belonging; I
said property being a tract of land j
in the 5th Civil District of Davidson j
County, Tennessee, known as the
Ann Rutland Place, and described as .
follows: Beginning at a rock In the
south boundary line of J. G. Fulghum
(afterwards Shields), running thence ,
south 4V West 44 poles with the line
of a tract of land once owned by
William Simpson, to a stone or rock in
the line of a tract of land once owned
by Mrs. Alice Gadsey; thence North
85Mt West 23.8 poles to a rock being
the corner of said Mrs. Gadsey's tract
and a tract once owned by Reuben
Thornton; thence North 2 East 43.6
poles to a rock In the said Fulghum's
south line, thence south 86 East
25 poles with said line to the be
ginning. Being the tract of land de
vised by Venus Burnett in her last
will and testament to her grand
daughter, Ann Burnett for life with
remainder at her death to the heir
, of. her body.
I E. B. JEFFERSON, Trustee.
8-30-07-4L
Boyd & Battle, the popular liverj
men, continue to serve the people 1;
a satisfactory manner, because the
study the wants and needs of tb
people in the livery line. Their ser
ice is second to none in the city. Th
are at the same old stand, corner C
dar street and Tenth avenue, Nort
Thone: Main 4496-Y,

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