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THE NASIIVLtLS GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, ISO?.
Louisville & llastivllle R. R.
New Union Station. City Ticket Cilice,
Fourth ave., North. Telephone Main 7is.
ivouisviue & Cincinnati... .:t:47ani
LouitTiUe & Cincinnati 7:65a'i
LouitTille Si Cincinnati 8:UUpiu
Louisville Aceoro'oda alS:ii'pin
Kvansville& Chicago 3:67am
Kvansville & Chicago 7:4opni
Kvansville A St. Louis 3:67am
Kvtnsville&St. Louie.... a7:30am
Kvansville & St Louis 7 :40pm
ery, Mobile and New
ery, Mobile ad New
Orleans 8 :45am
Nashville & Scottsville
Nashville & llartsville
Hopkins ville Accom'oda...a5:45piu
Nashville & Clarksville
Nashville & Decatur Ac
Columbia & Mt. IMcasant.. 3:i0piu
Sheffield, & Tuscumbia..7 :40am
Daily. tDauy except Sunday.
a Stops at North Col lego -street station.
Train arriving at 4:56 p. m. runs from Mt.
Train arriving at 7:45 p.m. brings connec
tions from Tuscumbia and Florence.
It. C. Willis, W. Hal. mustaine,
District Tass. Afceut. City Ticket Agent.
MISS MATTIE F. MATTHEWS,
Corner Eighth avenue, North and
A Christian school, though unde
nominational, where every attention la
given to Intellectual development,
moral training and social culture.
Particular attention given to the
Btudy of the books and parts of the
Bible, Arithmetic, Reading, Spelling,
Writing, Drawing, Vocal and Instru
This school Is a high-class prepara
tory school for children 4 years old
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.
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
For particulars address
Rev. Geo. V. Henderson, Dean,
929 18th Ave., North.
RKV. Jas. G. Merrill, D. I)., Presi
dent. 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, DelU.
Rutland, datet, August 11, 1905, and
registered in Liook 338, page 139, oi
the Registei j Office of Davidson
County, Tennessee, made to secure
certain Indebtedness therein specified.
I will, on
Monday, the 30th day of September
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
hereditaments thereunto belonging;,
said property being a tract of land
In the 5th Civil District of Davidson
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 V West 44 poles with the Hn
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
85 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'i
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, Tor life with
remainder at her death to the heirs
of her body.
E. B. JEFFERSON, Trustee.
Dry Goods and Carpet Co.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Square.'
Carry the BestStock of Carpets,
The Best Assortment oi S!Iis:and
Dress Goods, 7 .
The Handsomest Line oi Cloaks
Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN .V.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL
417 FOl'RTH AVE., J.
REGULAR MSCIXG CLASS .
every Monday and Friday night from
8:to to q:io. Mr. Dock Liner will pit
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 LIJER, Instructor.
ADMISSION jt 15 Cents.
Boimt 3 ft 4.
R. L MAYFIELD,
410 feilar St.,
October Rules, 1907.
MARY PEARSON Vs. HENRY
In this cause it appeartng to the
satisfaction of the Court that th 1a.
fendant is a non-resident of the State
or leunessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served tupon
him; it Is therefore ordered that Bald
aeienaant enter his aonearance heroin
at the next termof the Davidson County j
circuit tjourt, to be holden at, the
Court House In Nashville.
on the 2nd Monday in October, it be
ing the 14th day. and defend nr wM
complainant's bill will be taken for
conressed as to him and ser for
hearing ex parte. It Is therefore or-
aerea tnat a copy of this order be pub-
usnea ror rour weeks In suwARainn in
the Nashville Globe, a newspaper
puunsnea in Nashville.
L. M. II ITT, Clerk.
M. B. COOK, D. C.
J. W. Grant.
Solicitor for Complanant
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. ,
October Rules, 1907.
WILLIE TURNER. VS. THOMk
In this cause It appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant is a non-resident of th stnto
of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process or law cannot be served upon
him; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance .'herein
at the Tivxt term Of the n.ivlrlsnn
County Circuit Court, to be holden tt
the Court House in Nashville, Tennes-
KPP. On thf ?nrt Mnniliv n Hifnn If
, . .wuuu.j ,u MVlVUCi 1 b
being the 14th day, and defend, or
said complainant's bill will be taken
for confessed as to him and Ret for
hearing exparte. It is therefore or-.
dered that a copy of this order be
published for four weeks In succes
sion in the Nashville Ilobe, a newv
paper published in Nashville.
L. M. HITT, Clerk.
W. a COOK, D. C.
T. O. EWING,
Solicitor for Complainant.
I I M-'ffflf
Miss Pearl M. Perteet. of 1503 Edee-
mil street, will leave for her school In
Silas, Ala., Sunday, September 22. She
nas taught there for the past two
Miss Jennie Foster, who has hwn In
bewanee. is vlsltlsz Mrs. Amoa Grav.
or Second Avenue. South. Miss Fos
ter will leave in a short while for Re-
leigh, N. C, where she will resume
ner scnool work.
'NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION,
Friday Night, September 13, 1907.
"Convention Hall." on Fifth street,
which Is said to hold six thousand
people, was filled with eager, anxious
people by 8 o'clock. Dr. Booker T.
Washington was the center of attrac
tlon, and his arrival was awaited with
bated breath. Prof. Plus and his great
choir rendered some choice selections.
Rev. A. Hubbs, of Louisiana, conducted
the devotional - e?erclpes. President'
Morris Introduced Prof. Washington
in appropriate style. Mr. Washington
made the best speech that he has ever
made to the delegates of the National
Baptist Convention, and they man!
fested great Interest in the speaker
and his message. His speech will lln
ger long In the memories cf his hear
ers and accomplish much In the de
velopment of the race.
Dr. O. C. Boothe. of Saneo Bantlst
college, Indian Territory, was intro
duced and made some inspiring re
marks. Kev. J. E. Stratton stated
that he had made a will to the Foreign
Mission Board, and admonished all
tne ministers to do likewise.
Dr. C. H. Clark introduced Dr. R. H
Boyd, who announced that Rev. Wm.
Uecknam would read the report of
the Home Mission Board. This report
showed that $54,000 had been spent in
home fields during the year. Mr. H
Allen Boyd read the report of the Na
tlonal Baptist Publishing Board,
which showed that that Board had col
lected S160.152.14 during the year.
Kev. J. P, Robinson in merry style
addressed the Convention concerning
the qualification of gospel ministers
Dr. Robinson 6poke in his humorous
way for thirty minutes, and introduced
Bro. Tarbone, candidate for mission
ary to the Panama Zone. Bro. Tar
bone made a pathetic appeal for help
JJro. It. Bell, missionary from Arizona,
The Committee on Time and Place
recommended that the next session of
the Convention be held in New Or
leans, La. No sooner had the report
been submitted than half the delegates
were up shouting New Orleans, New
York, etc. Dr. Toon made a most elo
quent, vigorous speech nominating
New York. Dr. Hubbs then made a
masterly effort nominating New Or
leans. Rev. Pierce improved the ora
torical in pleading for California. Rev.
Shaw urged them to come to Boston In
what was the most eloouent and cap
tivating speech of the series. Rev.
W. H. Jernagln pushed the claims of
Oklahoma In earnest, vigorous style.
Ur. Robert Mitchell made a roua!nr
speech for Kentucky. Kentucky with
drew in favor or New York, Oklahoma
was withdrawn In favor of New Or
leans, Los Angeles withdrew for New
York. The vote was then taken with
the followlnff result: New York. 27K-
New Orleans, 289; Boston. 10. When
New York was announced the enthu
siasm at once reached the highest
WALDEN UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Dr. R. F. Boyd, one of Nashville's
most eminent and ' highly esteemed
physicians, has been selected by the
Alumni Association of Walden Uni
versity to represent them before the
Tennessee Annual Conference of the
M. E. Church. The conference con
venes In Memphis, September 25. Dr.
Boyd, as is well known, possesses
great business tact and magnetism as
a speaker, and the Alumni are con
fident they have planned wisely and
well in thus choosing one of their most
eminent colleagues to appear before
this assembly; that he will make a
strong plea for the cause he Is to
espouse, Is a foregone conclusion, and
the Alumni believe much will be ac
complished In the campaign for rais
ing J 4) ,000 for an administration
building for Walden University.
Mrs. Maria Ransom entertained
very delightfully Friday afternoon in
honor of her guests, Misses Fanny
West, Camille North and Bertha North,
of Chattanooga. The house was at
tractively decorated with palms, cut
flowers and ferns. Delicious frappe
was dispensed by Mrs. Verllee Criton.
An afternoon ice course was served.
Those present besides the honored
guests were Mesdames Spicy Wilson,
Mattle Vaulx, W. C, Wilkins, Lula
Wilkins, H. Phillip, Mrs. Mattie An
thony, Georgia Scoby, Ytola Flagg, Mlt
He White, Lula Kersee, of Clarksville,
Tenn.; Idella Mayberry, Mrs. M. Over
ton, Mrs. W. M. Warfleld, Queenle Ar
nold, Minnie D. Woodard, Richie Rl
dout, Geneva Bender, Annie Louise
Robertson, Marie E. Stockell, Minnie
Flte, Jren S'ms, EUi Harris, Mrs.
SUNDAY SEPT. 22
Company O., S. G. ot Tennessee,
Uniform Rank No. 5, K. of P.
and Patriarchies No. 22 B
will hold dress and battalion drill. They invite all
other drill corp to join them in the drill at '
MEDICAL, DENTAL AND PHARMA
The MEHARRY MEDICAL COLLEGE was established in 1876,
and during the years of its existence 806 students have ccmpleted the
required course of study and receired the degree of M. D.
The required course of study consists of four sessions of 7 months
each. Four years of advanced study, in addition to a thorough English
course is requirred for admission.
The tuition is $50 00 per session. 300 students were enrolled for
the session of 1906-07.
Meharry Pharmaceutical College.
Three sessions of six months each are required to complete the course
in Pharmacy. Tuition is f 40.09 per session.
The demand for thoroughly educated Pharmacists for the preetnt
time far exceeds the supply. Students enrolled 44.
Meharry Dental College.
This college is a member of the "National Association of Dental
faculties," and its diplomas receive due recognition by Dental Ex
amining Boards. The requirement for admission is a High School
course. The length of the course of study is 4 sessions of six montha
each. Students enrolled 100.
For Catalogue or Further Information Address
G. W. HUBBARD, M. D. Dean,
Lucy Foster, and little Miss Georgia
Foster, Ernest Alexander, Dr. It. B.
Woodson, Frank Douglass, Anderson
Boyd, Dr. J. W. Bright, Geo. Darden,
William Stockell, Perry Bonds, Milton
Darden, J. C. Mayberry, J. L. Oshon
tcn, W. M. Warfield, R. H. Green, Dr.
A. D. Rob, R. A. Nicholson, Arthur
Marford, Orlanda Voorhies, David
Saunders, Joseph Webster, Dr. II. M.
Lynch, R. Woodard, Frank Patterson,
P. Stephens, Chas. Hickman, of St.
Louis, Mo., and Nesley Maney.
The Baby Show given by the La
dies' Missionary Society, of Howard
Chapel, was quite a success. A great
number witnessed and took part in
. Prizes . were awarded as follows:
Class A. ages ranging from one to six
months. First prize, Price Erwin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Erwin; second,
Lois Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. S. Harris, Jr.; third, Edward John
son, non of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson. 1615
Class B, ages ranging from six
months, to one year. First prize,
James Scales, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Scales; second, Bob Willis Harris, son
of Mr, and Mrs. S. P. Harris, of Jef
Class C, ages from one to two years.
Class D, ages ranging from two to
three years. The prize was awarded
to George Allen Robinson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. "Bush Robinson.
The first prize in' Class A was silver
back brush, and comb. Second, a cel
luloid coml) and brush. Third, six
large size photographs given by Mr. J.
The first prize in Class B was a set
of baby pirns, and the second a set of
The prize in class D was a baby
Those who have not received their
Ijrlzes will call at 1508 Hamilton street
ijjnd get Ihem.
At 2 p. m.
IN TOWN TO BUY
School Shoes f
. FOR GIRLS
335 - ON THE SQUARE - 333
Next to Transfer Station, North.
Last Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Body, of 1613 State street, en
tertained in honor of Mr. and Mrs Ed
ward Price, of Indianapolis, and Mrs.
Albert Scruggs, of Louisville. The
evening was passed In conversation.
At a late hour at two-course menu waa