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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 190?.
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LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fine Rigs 3 of Every Description.
PHONE,
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
THE SPA CREAMERY.
Cor. Ninth Avenue and Cedar Street.
On and after September I5th we will serve our usual Special
Lunch Sundays and Sunday nights. The outer world has
losed its doors for the season. We never close. We solicit Par
ties, Churches and Society orders promptly
VISIT THE SPA. (Spaw.) PHONE. MAIN 4496-L
C. T. COFFEY, Proprietor.
& Satisfied !!
Goods to Suit, Terms
The Peoole
Nashville Furniture Go.
Telephone Main, 17G1.
Wesley Cunningham.
Walter Bracy.
E. G. Culluin.
J. II. Copcland, Prop.
Have You Catarrh?
'o Your Eyes Trouble You?
o You Need Glasses? '
OR HAVE YOU ANY
TROUBLE WITH YOUR
YES, EARS, NOSE
or THROAT?
IF SO, CONSULT
) r
(r. C. V. Roman,
specialist, 4
lOOMS and 3 NASHVILLE,
AP IER C URT. TENN.
If you want to bu j.
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
r
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! T. CLAY MOORE,
SOTARY PlIILIC, REAL ESTATE ACT.
1 137 hlnM T1--!
lice, Main 967. Res. Main 4092-Y.
28 Fifth . Avenue J. North.
i
!o. fite.
4. FITK,
A. fl. FITK.
Wlt& Bros,,
ILOR SHOP AM) PRESSKC CLUII,
nits niiule to order from $15 to $50.
thes Cleaned. Pressed, Altered nud
Dyed. Ladies' Work a Specialty.
.0 tiiiarantoe lo l'ross Voar Clothes for
$1.00 Per Hsnth.
Maln, - 4IS6.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
2 in tf
to Suit,' Frlsei
to Suit You.
to Suit.
216 Third Avenue, North.
Will Todd.
L. B. Hughes.
Esq. Win. Crump.
The Palace Shaving Parlor.
EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY. .
We " Respectfully A9k . Your Patronage,
114 Fourth Ave., S.
W, F, ROBERTSON
AND HIS
PROFESSIONAL BARBERS
Now Occupy a New First-class Shop with
HOT AND COLD BATH
ATTACHMENTS.
Mr. Robt. Dodd, Nashville's popular barber
is now with us.
Our friends who patronized us at 822 Church St
will find us at tfee
vapiui uaiutioiiuj Building
8 13 Cedar Street.
AS USUAL
WE ARE ALWAYS
Up With The Times.
Our Superintendent's and
Teacher's Handbook, contain
ing Lesson Texts, Review Sug
gestions, Softool. Readings, Mus
ical Suggestions,- etc. for the In
ternational Lessons for 1007 is
now ready. No Superintendent
or Ieaeher should he without
this valuable little hook. It is
undenominational. Published
, W the interecof Sunday school
Workers.
Prices: Cloth, 25 cts; Leather
3. 5 cents.
Na flonal Baptist Publishing Board
ItKV. B. H.. KOl l), See'y,
523 Hwmd Avenue, North,
NASlWJJXE, TENNESSEE.
ANOTHER TEXAN IN MEHARRY.
On ft7iimlay morning, September 9,
there rvrrived in Nashville a prominent
young ir.rtai in person of Mr. John Shel
by, whose residence .is at San Anto
nio, Tex.. A'r. Shelby has entered Me-
harry M(lici 1 College find will pumie
his courtio .in rredio'ne for the next
four years. He is from, one of the
b.rpest and most pvominent families
in the fity of ti'e Aharon, find is a grad
uate of Prairie View St"le Normal, lo
cated nt Praiiic V'cw. Tex. Mr. She?
by promises gxcyt things during fcis
stay ta tbjs city, .
j: CITY ITEMS, j
The manual training department of
Pearl High School is in operation and
presents many promising results.
Mrs. Cassey Greer, of Waverly Place,
has returned from Louisville, where
she has been attending the Supreme
Grand Court of Calanthe. She was
appointed on one of the most impor
tant committees, that of Juvenile work
in which she has great interest.
Mr. Charles Boxley, of Patterson
street, was very badly hurt while at
his work Tuesday. He was injured
by a blast and it is feared that -he
may lose his eyesight. He was carried
to the City Hospital.
Mrs. Dan Keeble, of 912 Shankland
street, entertained Miss Hattie Harris
of Cincinnati. Miss Harris left Wed
nesday morning for her home.
Dr. Atkins, of Somerville, is in the
city this week attending to some med
ical business.
Miss Kolbie N. Tillman and Miss
Ida Bandy and little Field will at
tend the Shelbyville Fair.
Mr: James Yeargin, who has been in
the city on account of the illness of
his mother, left for his home, Kansas
City, last Friday night. While in the
city he was entertained by Dr. J. A,
Lester.
Mr. John Jefferson, of Third avenue
North, is somewhat indisposed this
week.
A most welcome invitation is extend
ed to the friends and members of
Salem A. M. E. Church to participate
in a rally to be held next Sunday at
the church for the building of a par
sonage.
Mr. George Stegger, of Sixth avenue
North, who was very painfully scalded
last week, Is doing as well as could
be expected.
Mrs. Henry Bell, of Seventh avenue
North, who has been visiting relatives
at Hygeia Springs, has returned home
Mr. Oliver Dismuke, of Heffernan
street, was quite a pleasant visitor at
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seay's, of Sixth
avenue, North, last Sunday..
Little Miss Ethel May Ferrell spent
last Sunday evening at Glencliff, the
guest of little Miss Sadie Frierson.
.Little Elwena Johnson, of Fayette
ville, Tenn., will spend the winter
with her aunt, Mrs. Felix Hadiey, o
Eleventh avenue, North.
.Miss Maud White, of Fayetteville
who has been visiting Mrs. Gregory, of
Jackson street, has returned to her
home.
Mi3s Mayme Brooks, of the book
making department of the Baptist
Publishing House, is confined to her
home on account of Illness.
Mr. J. Frank Battle, of Boyd & Bat
tle's livery firm, spent Wednesday in
Murfreesboro celebrating his birthday
at the Fair.
Mrs. R. F. Shorter and daughters
Misses Emma and DeWitt, have moved
from Church street to Twelfth avenue
North.
Mr. George Samuel, of Oklahoma
City, Okla., has returned to the city
to resume his work at Aienarry.
Mrs. A. J, Dodd, who has been visit
ing in Hopkinsville, St. Louis, Chica
ne and Milwauke, returned luesaay
her visit being shortened by the death
of her father, Mr. B. V. Davidson, who
was found dead last Sunday morning.
Mrs. Davie Coleman, of Chicago, is
visiting Mrs. N. J. Owan, of 05 Kobln
son street.
James Scruggs, Jr., the little son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Scruggs, of Patter
son street, died Monday and was
buried Tuesday morning.
Miss Marlon 15, Lewis, of Porterfield
street, visited the Fair flt Gallatin bat
urday.
Mr. Sherman H. Iteeves, of this city,
was one of the promoters of the Gal
latin Fair.
Mrs. I. E. Alsup and daughter, Sadie
MaJ, of 710 Ewing avenue, have re
turned to the city after a montn s visit
to relatives in Chicago.
Rev. J. Ii, Winrow has accepted an
invitation extended him and will fill
the pulpit at the First Baptist Ghurcn
Eighth avenue, North, Sunday, Sep
Umber 15, Rev. W. S. Ellington, pas
tor, being away attending the National
Baptist (Convention which convened at
Washington, D, C.
Miss Johnnie D. Blacwell, of Wharf
avenue, was in Gallatju, Saturday.
Mr. Jeff Frferson has returned from
his trip to St. Louis, Chicago 91
James town.
Mrs. George Reed left for Chicago
last Monday night, where she will re
side In the future.
Misses Jpsephine Andrews and Ethel
Frierson were the guests of Mrs. Maud
Jennings, of Ciiftot avenue, last Mon
day to an evening repasf,.
Mrs. W A. Algee, of Manila, Iowa,
is In the city visiting her mother and
father of Sylvian street, East Nash
ville. Before leaving she will snend a
fpw days with Mrs. D, JJ Dandy, of
101 Lafayette street.
Ml Anna L. Eason, of 80S Srv
street, left the city Thursday night for
St. Louis, Mo., where she will spend
the winter.
Miss Alberta Harrison, of Rock City,
left the city Thursday night for Chi
cago to spend a few weeks with her
Miss Moiiie Brown, who spent her
vacation with parents at Springfield,
arrived in the city Sunday.
Invitations are out announcing the
marriage of Miss Margaret Robinson,
of Boston, to Mr. Henry Floyd. The
wedding will be solemnized on the 18th
at the home of Mrs. Lucas, 523 Jo John
ston avenue.
Miss Bertha Hughes, of Milwaukee,
Wis., who has been visiting Miss L.
Adolphre Waddy, has gone to Columbia
to visit relatives.
Miss Bessie Woods, of Athens, Ala..
is the guest of Mrs. Nelson Wood, of
1501 Harding street.
Mr. C. Stanley Goodman, of Milwau
kee, Wis., who has been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Waddy, of 127 Maple
street, left last Monday for Cleveland,
O.
Mrs. Sarah Hill, of 721 South High
street, will leave in a few days to visit
Earlington, Louisville and Franklin,
Ky.
Mr. W. L. McEwin, of Ewfng avenue,
will return from St Louis next week.
Miss Mayme E. Starnes, of Arring
ton, is in the city visiting her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Starnes, of 29
Robinson street.
Mrs. Minnie Bledsoe and little son,
Eugene, of Elkton, are visiting Mrs.
Desdy Wilson, of Vernon street.
Miss Bue Miller, of Murfreesboro,
is in the city visiting this week.
Mr. E. L. Hill has returned to the
city after having been at Beersheba
Springs all summer.
Misses Daisy Turner and Willie May
Johnson, of 1028 Cedar street, spent
Sunday in Franklin.
Miss Willie May Johnson, of 1028
Cedar street, entertained in honor of
Mr. Ostranda Williams, of Franklin.
Miss Maudie Biownlow, of Lynn
ville, is visiting her sister. Miss
Brownlow was entertained on last
Monday evening by many of her
friends.
Miss Carrie Dismukes, of 718 Sevier
street, left Tuesday night for Kansas
City, Kan., to spend the winter wKh
relatives.
Master Everett Officer, of 701 Sevier
street, is able to be out again.
Miss Fannie Hamilton, of Grand
avenue, is better at this writing.
Master Robert Williams, of East
Nashville, is visiting relatives in Cin
cinnati, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Vertress left the
city Wednesday evening to spend a
few days in Gallatin among friends
and relatives.
Miss Gertrude Mayberry, who is
teaching at Newsome Station, was In
the city Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. F. C. Bowling, of Patterson
street, has returned to the city.
Mrs, Ellen Church, U3 Jefferson
street, is very sick,
A letter received from Mr. Louis D.
Bumbrey, who was called to San
Antonio, Texas, on account of the seri
ous illness of his mother, states that
she is still very low with but little
change in her condition.
In the rally held by the children of
the First Baptist Church, East Nash
ville, the sum of $310.40 was raised.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Black and daugh
ter spent two days visiting in Chat
tanooga and Lookout Mountain. They
were the guests of Mrs. Josie Under
wood.
Miss Maud Harrison, of Montgomery,
Ala., will spend the rest of her vaca
tion with Miss Georgia E. Watkins, of
1505 Twelfth avenue, South, and will
return fo school at Normal, Ala., about
October 5,
A surprise party was given last week
by a number of young men of East
Nashville in honor of Miss Polk, of
Clarksville, who is the guest of Miss
Marv Batts.
Mrs. Ellen Church, of 113 Jefferson
street, is indisposed.
Mrs. Jennie D. Ballentyne, of Cedar
street, is spending a few weeks in New
York,
Mrs. Carrje Claiborne, her son,
James, Jr., and Miss Maggie Lou Cheat
ham, of Patterson street, returned
from Franklin Sunday.
Mrs. Jennings, of 710 Winter street,
who has been sick for some time, read
the Globe the other day and became so
interested in it that she at once became
a subscriber.
Miss Kizu, of Clarksville, who has
been the guesf of Rev. Mrs. Jones, will
return home Saturday.
Mrs. Hamilton and little son, of
North Seventh street, have returned to
the city after a few months' stay in
Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Haynes, of Lischey
avfnue, are visiting in St. Louis.
Miss Vjola Flagg entertained a few
friends at dinner Sunday in honor of
Miss Kizu, of Clarksyilie.
Rev. S. E. Griggs is in Washington
this week attending the National Bap
tist Convention.
After having spent a very pleasant
uinnier with her friends, Miss Zenobia
T'osc-y; accompanied by her mother,
Mrs, L. E. Popey, left Sunday night for
lfoliy Hpi'fngs, Miss., where they will
:emain for the winter.
Mr. Sanders, the father of Mesdamcs
Holnian and Peaks, spent Labor Day
n the cjty. Mr. Sanders is one of the
iMrsl residents of Lebanon, having
llvd there sinrp jhe Civil War.
Mr. Geo. S. Moore, who has been at
tending the Northwestern University
Medical School, Chicago, is in the city
visiting his parents, Rev. and Mrs.
Geo, M, Mpgre,
NEED ANYTHING? CALL ON!
Richard Hill
NOTARV 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 rent?
Oflice 'Phone, Jluin 18S9.." Home Tboncllaln 2812.
OFFICE 41M CliDAK ST.,
Nashville, - Tennessee
WANTED.
WANTED Lest you forget, we taka
special 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
Baptist Publishing Board. Must have
some knowledge of handling paper
and able to keep records. See D. A.
Hart.
FOR RENT.
Tlionc Jluin 1829 Rooms 100-107 1st Floor
BOYD BUILDING.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Latv,
Practices before nil the State and Federal
Courts of Tennessee.
If tny name don't appear in the Telephone
Book, ask information for it.
419 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn.
Incorporated l'n,1cr the laws of Iwinesjee.
OneCent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00.
Does a regular banking business, in
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
K. H. Boyd, President,
J. W. Bostick, Vice President.
J. C. Napier, Cashier,
C.N. Langston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE. NORTH,
NASHVILLE. TpNNESSEf.
Telephone Main 1173,
PROPBIETOB
THE CUSTOM. HOUSE LIVERY
STABLE.
Flrst-('1H Livery on Short Notice.
712 and 7 14 Broadway,
Nashville,
Tenn.
ECONOMICAL
STEAM LAUNDRY
Have 3rour washing dqne at
the Economical Steam
Laundry. Let us
(q your
HOUGH DRY WORK Alfc e
412 Cedar Street.
Ir. J. I!. Singleton, Mgr'
Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone 3443-R.
Dr, J. B. Singleton,
DENTIST.
OFFICE: RESIDENCE:
408 Cedar St. 1116 Jefferson St.
29-07 tf.
D. WESLEY GRUTGHER,
WILL BR PLEASED TO HAVE
YOU CALL ON HIM AT
HAIMAN LOEB'S,
226 FOURTH AVE., NORTH,
Where he will be glad to show you an
elegant stock of high grade, up-to-date
TAILORING.
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods
At Moderate Price.
Llartiii

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