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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1907.
J. IB. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fine- Rigs of Every Description.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
THE SPA CREAMERY.
Cor. Ninth Avenue and Cedar Street.
On arid after September J5th we will serve our usual Special
Lunch Sundays and Sunday nights. The outer world has
closed its doors for the season. We never close. We solicit Par
ties, Churches and Society orders promptly.
VISIT THE SPA. (Spaw.) P. ONE, MAIN 4496-L.
C. X. COFFEY, Proprietor.
Nashville Furniture Go.
Telephone Main, 17G1.
E. G. Cullum.
Have You .Catarrh?
Do Your Eyes Trouble Yoii?
Do You Need Glasses? .
OR HAVE YOU ANY
TROUBLE W7TH YOUR
EYES, EARS, NOSE
IF SO. CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
ROOMS and 3
If you want to buj.
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
T. CLAY MOORE,
J0T1RV ri'BLIC, KM, ESTATE ACT.
Onicc, Main 967. lies. Main 4082-Y.
428 Fifth Avenue J. North
II. G. FITE,
A. Q. FITE
J. H. Copcland. Prop.
TAILOR SHOP AM) PRESSING lll'II,
Suits made to order from $15 to $"0.
Clothes Cleaned. Pressed, Altered and
Dyed. Ladies' Work a Specialty.
We Guaranfe) to Press Your Clothes for
$1.00 Psr f';nih,
to Suit, Prices to Suit,
to Suit You,
210 Third Avenue, North.
L. B. Hughes.
Esq. Wm. Crump.
The Palace Shaving Parlor.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage.
114 Fourth Ave., 5.
W. F. ROBERTSON
Now Occupy a New First-class Shop with
HOT AND COLD BATH
Mr. Robt. Dodd, Nashville's popular barber
is now with us.
Our friends who patronized us at 822 Church St.
will find us at the
Capitol Barbershop, BSi,
813 Cedar Street.
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. lor the In
ternational Lessons for 1907 is
now ready. No Superintendent
or Teacher should he without
this valuable little book. It is
for the interest of Sunday school
Prices: Cloth, 25 cts; Leather
National Baptist Publishing Board
RET. B. H. 110 10, See'j,
523 Second ireuue, North,
WILL SPEND VACATION IN NASH
VILLE. Mr. II. G. Dwiggins, a graduate of
Lincoln . University, Pennsylvania,
formerly a teacher in the public
schools of Kansas City, Kansas, and at
present a clerk in the Post Office, has
joined bis wife and little daughter, and
will spend his vacation here with Mr.
and Mrs. M. Dwiggins, 1040 Seven
teenth avenue, North.
Miss Lenoir Barry and Miss Ella
Stewart will leave Friday to visit rel
atives at Hughes, Tenn.
Mrs. Washington, of Tullahoma, will
move to this city very soon.
Miss Pearl Warner has returned
from a two months' stay in Tullaho
ma. She is at 272 High street.-
Dr. J. B. Singleton returned to the
city Tuesday from Washington, D. C,
where he attended the sessions of the
National Baptist Convention.
Mrs. A. 0. Kenney arrived in the
city Saturday from Denver, Colo., for
a short stay before going to Florida
for the winter.
Mr. Ned Muse, formerly of thi3 city,
but now of Battle Creek, Mich., ar
rived last week to spend a few weeks
with his mother.
Mrs. Lizzie Pinson left Monday even
ing for St. Louis where she will re
side in the future.
Miss Alberta R. Harrison, of East
Nashville, and her little nephew, Alton
B. Martin, left Thursday night, Sept..
12, for Chicago, where they will spend
a month visiting her sister, Mrs. Selene
Mrs. Ellen Church, of 113 Jefferson
street, is Improving slowly.
The concert given by the Bee Hive
Club, Monday night, September 16,
at Third Avenue Baptist Church, was
quite a success. .
Miss Maggie Wlnstead, of Winter
street, has returned from Gallatin,
Tenn., where she was visiting rela
tives. Miss Sarah Flagg, after visiting
friends in Clarksville, Tenn., has re
. Miss Fannie West, Camille North
and Bertha North, of Chattanooga, are
the guests of Mrs. Maria Ransome, of
An Old Folk's Concert at Payne
Chapel Monday night, given by Miss
Lizzie Stockell, was witnessed by a
Little William Lenier is still suffer
ing from a severe attack of typhoid
Mrs. Dora Wright, of Hamilton Sta
tion, and Miss Margaret A. Lacy, of
Clarksville, Tenn., are the guests of
Mrs. Chas. Ratford, of C22 Webster
Mrs. Emma Adams has returned to
the city after spending a few months
Mrs. Roxie Porch, of Patterson
street, is still very sick.
Mrs. Robinson, of Boston, Mass.,
mother of Mrs. Henry Floyd, is in the
Mrs W T. Kin?, whn has been vis?
ltins relatives in Decatur. Ala., has
rriirr.pfl to the ritv
Mrs. Kate Brown, of Patterson street.
has returned from a visit to her son,
Mr. William Brown in Louisville, Ky.
Miss Geneva Manning and Ladye
Mai Edwards have returned from Mar
tin, Tenn. They were accompanied by
Mr. B. J. Harris, who was en route
to St. Louis.
Mr. A. L. Sanders, of Oklahoma City,
Okla., has returned to the city to re
sume his work at Meharry.
Mr. Henry Massey has returned,
having visited the Exposition, Wash
ington and New York.
The Globe office has been fitted with
Miss L. A. Carden, the efficient copy
holder of the A. M. E. S. S. Union,
who has been confined to her room the
past three weeks with fever, is convel
Miss Zenith McCathern is visiting
her brother in St. Louis, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Killebrew are
home again after having spent quite a
pleasant stay in Chicago visiting rela-
tives and friends. They are full of
good things to tell their friends of
their pleasant trip.
Miss M. N. Wimms left the city
Tuesday night for Chicago and other
Western points to visit the various
Conferences representing the A. M. E.
S. S. Union.
Mr. L. P. Richardson is home again
after spending the summer months in
Mr. Charles Montague left the city
last Friday fo Philadelphia, Penn..
to take charge of the clerical depart
ment in one of the leading publish
ing houses. He will visit the James
town Exposition and other places en
Mr. Boxley. of Patterson street, who
was very painfully hurt in a blast
last week, is better.
Mr. George Clark, son of Rev. C.
H. Clark, arrived in the city last Sat
urday from St. Louis.
The latest report from Mr. L. D.
Bumbrt-y states that his mother i3 im
proving. Rev. W. S. Ellington, the popular
pastor of the First Baptist Church, has
returned to the city from Washington,
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Haynes. of East
Nashville, have returned from Wash
Mr. Williams Simmons, of 10U
Eighteenth avenue. North, who has
been absent from home about seven
months, arrived from Chicago Tues
day morning. Mr. Simmons, owing to
the change of climate, has been quite
ill. but is improving.
Miss Beatrice Hill, of 801 Ewin
avenue, has recovered and entered her
obss in Pearl High School.
Bishop and Mrs. C. II. Phillips, Miss
es Lady Emma, Lucy Shaw and Car-
lotta Beatrice Phillips have returned
from Tullahoma, Tenn., where they
spent six delightful weeks in their
summer cottage, "Triple Nest."
Mr. W. J. Blanton, the popular jew
eler, has returned from a two-weeks'
trip to Franklin and McMinnville.
Rev. and Mrs. C. II. Clark arrived
in the city Thursday morning from
Washington, D. C. They also visited
the Jamestown Exposition.
Miss Mayme Louise Copeland has
gone to St. Louis, Mo., to visit her
aunt, Mrs. Spates. She will be gone
until the middle of October, and on her
return home will enter Fisk to resume
her music and literary work.
; Rev. Simon Ellington, of Memphis,
stopped in the city Thursday, the
guest of his brother, Rev. W. S. Elling
ton. Rev. Ellington was en route to
his home from Washington and the
Mr. N. N. Reynolds, who has been
in Lebanon setting up a Lodge of
K. P.'s passed through the city Tues
day en route to his home, Pulaski.
Mrs. Alice C. Irwin and son, Willis
W. Irwin, have returned from Frank
lip, where they hr.ve been visiting her
aunt, Mrs. W. J. Boyd.
' Miss . Jenie Mai Thompson, of 812
Tenth avenue, South, will reside in
the future with her aunt in North
Mr. J. R. Robinson, of Seventh ave
nue, North, who has been visiting In
Russellville, Ky., has returned to the
. Mr. Charles H. Johnson wishes to
announce that he will give on Septem
ber 30, a grand reception in honor of
his niece, Miss Jennie Mai Thompson,
who is to reside with them in the fu
ture. Miss Temple Johnson, of 1230 Sec
ond avenue, South, will spend several
weeks in Chicago and return en route
to Florida, where she will reside in
the future. Miss' Johnson is a gradu
ate of the Verdi School of Music, also
first Vice President of the Y. M. C. A.
' Mrs. Sarah. Witherspoon, who re
cently returned home after spending
the summer in Chicago, has been quite
ill, but is reported much better.
Mrs. Bert Gordon, of Chicago, and
children, Dorothy and Anny, who have
been spending several weeks in Colum
bia, visiting her parents, spent Thurs
day in the city en route home. They
were the guests of Mrs. J. W. Will
iams, 308 Twelfth avenue, North.
Mr. Phil H. Brown, editor of the
Morning News, a daily of Hopkinsville,
Ky., was in the city last week.
Mrs. M. S. King, Mr. R. L. King,
Miss Nellie E. King and little Connie
May King, of Patterson street, spent
Sunday Visiting in Providence.
Mrs. Emma Crowley, of 807 South
High street, and-Miss Sarah Smith of
803 Ewing avenue, arrived in the city
Monday from Louisville, where they
have been visiting for the past two
months.' . .
Miss Sadie Mosely, who has resided
in St. Louis for the past two years, Is
in the city visiting her parents.
Mr.. John Ridley, of the mailing de
partment of the Baptist Publishing
House is ill at his home in Smyrna.
Miss Ethel Spence has severed her
connection with the Baptist Publishing
Mrs. A. C. Holder and Mrs. S. Winns
were the guests Monday ot Mrs. S. G,
Dodson, of Jefferson street.
Mr. Oliver Reynolds, who spent his
vacation on a Pullman running out
West from Chicago, arrived in the
city Saturday morning to pursue his
studies in Meharry Medical College.
Miss Emma J. Burton, who hac
spent some time in Chicago, is again
conected with the bookmalong depart-
ment of the Baptist Publishin
Miss 'Mayme Brooks, of Fourteenth
a venue,. North, is still confined to her
home on account of illness.
Mrs. R. L. 'King, of 161C Patterson
street, has returned home.
Mr. A. S. Haddox returned from
Chicago last Tuesday in good health
' Bishop and Mrs. Phillips and Miss
Lady Emma left Thursday morning
for Dallas, Texas, where the great C
M. E. Educational Convention will be
held in the interest of Texas College
An excellent program has been ar
ranged and great results are expected
. Mrs. It. L. Miles was out. of town
Friday visiting the Fairs at Shelbyville
and Murfreesboro, accompanied by
Mrs. George Hargraves.
' Miss Lizzie Cotner, who left a few
week's ago for.Houston, Texas, reports
to the Globe that she is having a de
Mrs. NellieTrimble Light foot, of Chi
cago, who has been visiting her sis
ters, Mesdames Anna Nichols, of this
city,, and A. L. Voorhies, of Kentucky
has returned to her home.
Mrs. Henderson Spence entertainei
Monday evening at six o'clock tea
Rev. Mr. Moores, of Murfreesboro
Rev. Mr. Page, Mrs. Page and Mrs
Miss Esther Freeman entertainei
Miss Tennie McLaughin, who left
Tuesday for Chattanooga to reside in
Miss Lucy E. Vanoy, of Chattanoo
ga, is in the city the guest of Miss
Lcnard Dotson, of 1111 Jo Johnston
NEED AKYTiiiso? CJll CS!
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 Tlioite, JIa'm 1889. Home 'l'hone Bain 2812.
OFFICE 410-2 CUPAR ST.,
Xnshville, - Tennessee,
WANTED Lest you forget, we Uk
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 la
early for the Sunday rush. Phone,
Main 4496-Y. "Ask the man" ahout
WANTED. Stockman at National
Baptist Publishing Board. Must hare
some knowledge of handling paper
and able to keep records. See D. A.
btni Main 1829 Rooms 108-107 lxt Floor
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, asic information torn.
419 Cedar St., Hashvillt, Ttnn.
Incorporated Unto the Uwi of Tmmcsmo.
OneCent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00.
Does a regular banting business. m
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
R, H. Boyd, President,
J. W. Boctick, Vice President.
J.C. Napier, Cashier,
C.N. Langs-ton, Teller.
411 fOlKTH AVENUE, NORTH.
Telephone Main 1173.
J. S. Martin,
rilE CUSTOM HOUSE LIVERY
First-Class LWery oa Short Notice.
712 and 714 Broadway,
Have your washing done at
the Economical Steam
Laundry. Let us
mdqii dm wok its
412, Cedar Street.
Dr. J. It. Singleton, Mgr
Office 'Phont 1271. Residence 'Phone 344 3-It .
Dr. J, B, Singleton,
408 Cedar St 1116 Jefferson St.
D. WESLEY CRUTGHER.
WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE
YOU CALL ON HIM AT
HAIMAN s LOEB'S,
226 FOURTH AVE., NORTH,
Where he will be glad to show you an
elegant btock of high grade, up-to-date
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods
At Moderate Prices,