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TIIE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1907.
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AT COST
$10,000 Shoe Stock
BIG 4 SHOES, RED GROSS SHOES
We are going out of the retail business.
Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, all
new, stylish, up-to-date, first quality
goods, no old stock, all fresh, direct from
factories, and all at first cost. This is no
fake sale, but a straight, honest deal.
That we are doing just what we say we
are, come and let us show you thru,
and be convinced. No other house can,
and no other house will, give you such
bargains. Great bargains for every one.
4
625 CHURCH STREET
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. (Spaw.) P ONE, MAIN 44961.
C T. COFFEY, Proprietor.
J. B. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD
r
Fine Rigs of Every Description.
PHONE, ISO.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
Have You Catarrh?
Do Your Eyes Trouble You?
Do You Need Glasses?
OR HAVE YOU ANY
TROUBLE WJTH YOUR
BYES, ARS, NOSH
or THROAT?
IF SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
SPECIALIST,
ROOMS 2 and 3 NASHVILLE,
NAPIER CVURT. TENN.
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you w ant to rent,
SEE
' T. CLAY MOORE,
NOTARY PUBLIC
Pythian Temple,
Phone 907.
428 Fifth o Avenue North.
hoe Store
and SALE STABLE
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
Sintf
Mrs. Fannie Cheatham, of 304 Thir
teenth avenue, North, has returned to
the cfty after spending some days in
Dawson and Pembroke, Ky.
Little MJss Sarah Ella Chatman and
Nannie May Forbes, of East Nashville,
have returned from a month's stay in
Clarksville, where they were the guest
of littje Mjss Nettie jLee Stone.
Mrs. Maggie Robertson, of 530 Lis
of the city.
Mrs. Hopkinsson, of 518 Tenth street.
Louisville, this week. .
Mrg. Jefferson Lytton, of 1713 Pat
terson street, who has been vjslting
her daughter Jn Chicago, has returned
home.
Mrs. Lucy llarwelj, of 523 Jo John
son street, is spending a few days out
chey avenue, is visiting her friends.
Mrs. F. C. Bowling, of 1617 Patter
ston avenue, is spending her vacation
in Indianapolis with her friend, who
was a Miss Page, well known In this
city. She says that Indianapolis Is
very much alive with bright women,
and good-looking men, and emphasized
the good-looking men,
Miss Willie Napier, one of the teach
ers at the Tuskegee Normal and In
dustrial School, spent a few days iu
Nashville last week. -
Miss Effle P, McGann., who has been
teaching in New Orleans several years,
is in the city, paying a biennial visit
to her mother, relatives and friends.
Miss McGann Is looking the picture of
health, and judging from the several
new positions offered her, It is doubt
ful whether she will resume her work
in New Orleans. At present she la
stopping with her mother, Mrs. C.
McGann, of 320 Eighth avenue, North.
Miss Ida Allen, of Jonesboro, Ark.,
is visiting her cousin, Mrs. R. M.
Starnes, of Mil Alexander street.
j CITY ITEMS. ::
Mrs. Jamea Thompson, of 1012 Dix-
on street, entertained last Wednesday!
n nonor oi Mr. ju. ueii, or Louisville.
Ices and dainty cakes were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Phineas Baker, who
have been residing on Eleventh ave
nue, North, with her mother, Mrs.
Marshall Thompson, are now house
keeping In East Nashville.
Little Miss Mercy Leah Buckner, the
six-year old niece of Mr. Geo. O. Boyd,
of the livery firm of Boyd & Battle, ar
rived, unaccompanied, in the citv last
Monday evening from New Orleans,
where she had resided ever since she
and her mother had arrived there as
refugees from the San Francisco fire
and earthquake. She will remain In
definitely with her uncle and aunt at
320 Eighth avenue, North.
Mrs. D. S. Kenney, of Washington,
is visiting her brother, Mr. P. D
Streator, of G Murrel street.
Mr. and Mrs. James Scruggs, of
1723 Patterson street, are the proud
parents of a boy baby.
Mrs. Ellen D. Franklin and son have
returned home after spending two
weeks In Robertson and Montgomery
counties.
Mrs. Annie Buford and her sons, of
South Eighth street, arrived home
Sunday evening, after a stay of two
weeks In Sumner County.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner, of Cedar
Hill, spent Labor Day with their son,
Mr. Ernest Matlock, of South Eighth
street. .
Misses Helen Wherry and Matilda
V. Williams have returned from a two
weeks' stay in Keysburg, Ky., where
they were the guests of Miss Gertrude
Wherry. Before leaving they were
highly entertained by Mrs. Dora Wher
ry and daughter.
Mrs. Irene Doxey Robinson, of Third
avenue, North, has returned home aft
er quite a delightful visit to her broth
er, Mr. F. B. Doxey, of Hendersonville
Ky., and other friends of Evansville,
Ind.
Mrs. Nannie Poole Pearson, of Glen
cliff, Tenn., was the guest of Miss Al
ice L. Doxey and sister last Wednes
day and Thursday.
Rev. J. S. Swift, of Tullahoma,
Tenn., will leave with the Nashville
delegation on Monday evening for
Washington.
The official program of the twenty
seventh annual session of the Nationa
Baptist Convention Is out of press
The Convention proper will be held in
the Metropolitan Baptist Church, Rev
Mr. W. D. Norman, D. D., pastor. The
Woman's Auxiliary will be held in the
Mt. Vernon Baptist Church, September
11-16.
Mrs. E. Jackson, who is secretary to
Prof. W. G. Hynes, left Monday for
Norfolk, Va. She will visit the Ex
position at Jamestown before return
lng to the city.
Rev. G. Wm. Ward, a member of th
Publishing Board, who is now pas
toring In Indianapolis, spent two days
in Nashville last week. He came here
to attend the funeral of Mr. Frierson
whose remains were shipped here from
Chattanooga for burial. Rev. Mr
Ward could not remain here longer
than one day, as he stated he had to
return and prepare for the trip to
Washington, D. C.
Miss Emma Smith, Master G. F.
Scott and little Miss Surburban Scott,
of Sixth avenue, North, who have been
visiting in Clarksville, Tenn., for quite
a stay, returned home this week.
Mrs. Henry Bell, of Seventh avenue,
North, is visiting her sister at Hygeia
Springs.
Mrs. Eugene Davis and little son,
Master Napoleon, have returned home
after quite a visit to Gallatin, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Tlnsley Smiley and
family, of 1026 Fourteenth avenue, N.,
arrived in the city Monday night aft
er spending ten days in Cincinnati.
They visited the zoological gardens
and many other places of interest.
Miss L. E. Buchanon, of Sixth ave
nue, North, who has been visiting in
Murfreesboro, Tenn., has returned
home.
Mr. Henry Osborn, of Gallatin, was
visiting In the city ths week.
Despite the disagreeable weather of
last Monday night, quite a gathering
witnessed the Labor Day night enter
tainment given at Salem A. M. E.
Church.
Mrs. Caruthers and little daughter,
f Clarksville, Tenn., who were the
quests of Mr. and Mi's. George Scott,
of Sixth avenue, North, last week,
have returned home.
Miss Emily R. Ewin spent Sunday
in Springhlll.
Mr. R .A. Ewin, superintendent of
the Fifth Avenue Institute, is slightly
indisposed this week,
Mrs. M. L. Gordon, of Nunnelly,
Tenn., Mrs. Pearl Graven Mcrrlwether
and Mrs, Cluster Graven Bell, of St.
Louis, Mo., en route to Lexington, Ky.,
to visit their grandmother.
Mr. James Yearlngs, of Kansas City,
Mo., was the guest of the Musical
Club at its outing at Greenwood Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Yearing are stopping
at 2020 Jefferson street.
Miss E. D. Wells, one of the publli
school teachers, of Clarksville, Miss
Lula Keesee, also of Clarksville. and
Uev. J. H. Jones, of Lane Tab?rnanl?,
visited the Globe office this week.
Miss Mary Battle, who has been out
of the city, has returned.
Prof. J. K. Hughes, of Franklin, is
in the city attending the Knights of
Tabor Grand Lodge.
The Knights and Daughters of Ta-
or held their Grand Lodge session in
this city thl3 week.
Mr. S. H. Killebrew left he city Sun
day night for Chicago,' where he will
oin his wife. They will spend about
two weeks In that city, and from there
they will stop over at Clarksville for
a while.
Miss L. A. Carden, of 735 Ninth ave
nue, South, is confined to her bed this
week.
Dr. W. D. Chappelle left the city
Wednesday night for Chicago and Col
orado, where he will attend the Annual
Conference.
Messrs. J. L. Cockrill and Wm. D.
Chappelle, Jr., will leave In a few days
to visit Chicago, Washington and the
Jamestown Exposition.
Miss C. D. Chappelle is home again
after quite an extensive trip through
the South this summer. ,. ,
Miss Lillian Hill, after" spendhig
three weeks visiting Chicago, Wash
ington, New York and the Jamestown
Exposition, is again at her post ' of
duty.
Mrs. Lula Chappelle Nelson and lit
tle daughter, Thelma, are visiting her
parents in the city. '
St. Paul Choir is arranging for a
laughable farce comedy on Monday
night, September 16, at' St. Paul M. E.
Church. Beautiful music and mono
logue will be rendered before the play.
So don't forget the day and date.
Miss Hattie Perkins is indisposed
this week. '
Miss Eva Galloway , one of the
prominent stenographers at the Na
pier Court, left the city last Sunday
morning for Louisville, where she will
spend a few weeks among friends.
Mr. George S. White, of ; this city
and a first-class female impersonator
has signed to play this season with
the Southern Comedy Co., the origina
"Honolulu Coon." Mr. White left the
city last Wednesday morning for St
Louis, where he will join, the troupe.
Miss Maud S. Johnson and her broth
er, James, who have been visiting rela
tives in Chicago for the last month
have returned. .:
Mrs. Mary Winston and her. daugh
ter, Ella, and Laura Jefferson have re
turned from Hartsville, Tenn.
Mr. Robert Jenkins, of 1004 Eleventh
avenue, has just returned with his lit
tie daughter, Miss Minnie, from Chi
cago. They visited their uncle, . Mr
and Mrs. Willie Cage. , .
Mrs. Sam Ratcliffe, of Decatur, Ala.,
Is visiting her sisters, 1 the Misses
Franklin, of 78 Claiborne street.
Miss Ida Mai Reid, of 1024 Eleventh
avenue, North, spent last Sunday with
friends at Murfreesboro.' ' ' :
Mrs. Tabitha Carter, of Lebanon, is
visiting the city this, week,.;the guest
of Mrs. E. J. Guthrie, of 45 Trimble
street. ...
Miss Nellie Jamison, Carrie ' Allen
and Callie Perkins dined with Mrs.
G. M. Perkins last . Sunday.
Mrs. Sophia Dodson, of 1734 Jeffer
son street, is very ill.
Mrs. Frank Bright, who formerly re
sided in this city returned to , her
home in St. Louis, after spending sev
eral weeks here.
Mrs. Jennie Cheatham Lee, whose
masterly direction of the department
of music at the Tuskegee Normal and
Industrial Institute and superb train
ing of the choir at that famed institu
tion, has brought to her the deserved
encomiums of all who have visited the
school, left the city this week to re
sume her work.
Mr. William Thompson, of Twelfth
avenue, North, is spending a few
weeks in Chicago.
Mrs. Sarah Gray and Mr. Frank
Henry were quietly married Sunday
evening, September 1, 1907. at 7:30
o'clock, at the home of the bridw, 319
Eleventh avenue, North, liev.. C. II.
Clark officiating.
Miss Anna L. Maybe,rry, who, dur
ing her vacation was employed as sec
letary of the Women's. Mission Laun
dry, at 43C1 Moffitt avenue,.: St. Louis,
will return to the city about Septem
ber the 21st. Miss Mayberry will en
ter school about the 23rd. .
Miss Maggie West,' who is visi.'ing
her aunt, Mrs. C. F.' Pierce' in' Paris,
Tex., is improving and will remain in
Texas until next summer.,
Mrs. Eliza Bailey, of St. Louis, who
came to the city to enter her children
in school, has returned home.
Mrs. Kate Brown, of Patterson
street, is spending a few weeks in St..
Louis visiting her son and daughter.
Cards were received in the city an
nouncing the celebration of the China
wedding of Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Con
ner, of Waco, Tex., on August 24. More
than two hundred dollars worth of
handsome presents were received. Mrs.
Conner was formerly Miss Mattie II.
Jackson of this city.
Mr. George Martin, of 1300 1-2 Ham
ilton street, has a remarkable hen.
She came off the nest in February with
fourteen chickens and began laying
again on August 25th.
Prof. Frank E. Dawson has returned
to the city after spending all the sum
mer at the watering places of the
North along the Great Lakes. He
will begin his school work Monday.
Mr. R. L. Redmond, of Ihdianola,
Miss., has returned to the city to re
sume his studies In Meharry Medical
College. ' 1
Mrs. Llllie L. DeWees; of ' Anient
street, has returned from a two weeks'
vacation In Lebanon. '
IWhal Wt -baler, of Chicago, who
spent several cays in tne city, leu
Sunday for Louisville to attend the en
campment of the Uniform Rank
Knights of Pythias.
Capt. J. Milton Easterling and Col.
Frank Henderson, of . Chattanooga,
spent a few hours in the city Sunday.
They were en route to the encamp
ment of the Uniform Rank, Knights
of Pythias at Louisville.
The Globe was in error when It
stated recently that Miss Mary Kane
Hill had returned from a trip to the
Jamestown Exposition. The statement
should have been that Miss Hill left
for a trip to Norfolk, Washington and
other cities East.
The new school for colored children,
located on Fearl street near the N.
C. & St. L. Ry., is nearing completion.
It is to be called the Hadley School.
The Globe is in receipt of a souvenir
post card from Mr. Jasper Tappan
Phillips, who is rusticating on the
summit of the Cumberland Mountains.
Mr. Phillips expresses his pleasure In
reading "your newsy paper." lie will
probably return to the city in a few
days.
liss Addie Lee Streator, who has
been spending her summer vacation
visiting her mother and brother, Mr.
P. D. Streator, of G Murrel street, left
this week to resume her work at Tus- .
kegee Institute.
Prof. J. B. Batte, principal of Carter
School, is attending the biennial ses
sion of the Supreme Lodge Knights of
Pythias at Louisville.
Dr. J. P. Crawford, principal of
Knowles School and Grand Chancellor
of the Knights of Pythias, is attending
the meeting of the Supreme Lodge at
Louisville this week. Dr. Crawford
has been elected to represent the
Grand Lodge of this state regularly
since that body waft organized, and
stands high in the Supreme Councils.
Miss Willie Hobbs Page, who is re
siding on Fourteenth avenue, North,
with Mr. Eugene T. Page and his
mother, has been slightly ill this week
but has fully recovered.
Miss Minnie Hunter, of 13Q9 Hynes
street, has resumed her work at the
Tennessee School for the Blind.
Miss Ella Hendry has returned from
Iowa, where she spent her summer va
cation visiting her sister.
Miss Emma Joe Cockrill is attend
ing the biennial session of the Su
preme Court of Calanthe, at Louisville
this .week. Miss Cockrill is one of
the supreme officers, having been elect
ed to the position at the last meeting,
previous to the present one, held in
Pittsburg, Ta. While it is not. known
whether Miss Cockrill is a candidate
for re-election, her many friends in
the Order hope that she will be re
tained in her present position.
Mr. A. W. Fite, of Fourteenth ave
nue, North, Deputy Grand Chancel
lor of the Knights of Pythias, for
Middle Tennessee, and one of the most
active members of the Order in the
state, is attending the met ting of the
Supreme Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
at Louisville.
Mr. .!. Thomas Turner spent last
week in Knoxville attending the
Grand Lodge, U. 1$. F. '
Miss Willie Andrews has returned
from Chicago, where she has been for
the past month visiting her sister, Mrs.
St. Clair Hudgens.
Miss Carrie Mildred Bryant has re
turned from her summer vacation to
take up her work in the public schools.
Miss Bryant spent her vacation in Ala
bama, visiting her old home at Selnia
and several other cities.
Miss Jennie Childress, of Laurel
street, has been slightly indisposed
this week.
Mrs. Charles Boger, of 101S Jo John
son avenue, who has been visiting at
Decatur, Ala., for several weeks, re
turned lo the city Monday.
Prof. George E. Washington, of the
city schools, is attending the meeting
of the Supreme Lodge Knights of Py
thias at Louisville.
Mrs. J. B. Kennedy, the wife of the
popular livery stable man, left the
city last week for Indianapolis. She
will remain North for two months,
visiting the principal cities in In
diana. Mr. William Crudup, of Chicago, is
here for a brief visit. Mr. Crudup is
a prominent Sunday school worker,
being superintendent of the Ebene.ei'
Baptist Sunday School, one of the
largest in Chicago.
There were ten visitors at Mt. Olive
Sunday school Sunday morning. All
but three had a word to say to the
school. Mrs. Carrie Young, the acting
superintendent, made them all wel
come. Prof. W. G. Hynes and his expert
operator, Mr. Wm. Posey, will leave
Sunday for Washington, D. C, when?
they will exhibit during the National
Baptist Convention. They go from '
Washington to Jamestown to run a
show for two weeks and then back to
ward Tennessee.
Mr. Lovell Landers, the chief mail
ing clerk of the Baptist Publishing
House, will go to Washington Sunday
morning, lie leaves over the L. and
N., going ahead to get the Publishing
Board's exhibit in place for the Con
vention. Mrs. W. A. Plummer and daughter,
DeWitt Plummer, of Cairo. 111., are
visiting their relatives in this city.
Mrs. Plummer is the daughter of Mrs.
Shorter, of 1803 Church street.
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