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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1907.
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This Entertainment will be the finest ever given in this city by Negroes.
iNwuiiiny uui niyxi-ciara ixuises wm De on exniDinon. we want
your presence. Handsome prizes will be given away.
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Single horse hilehed to buck
hoard. Siiijrle how liilclied to riin-nbout.
Single horse hitched to phaeton.
Two horses hitched to riinnhont.
ft Two hors- s hitched to pliaeton.
j Tandem hitched to eart.
Horsrt under saddle.
ijpsi geniieinan driver to single
i llest lady drirer, unaccomnnnied;
y cusi1, Kuuf nu uomiij 10 govern.
IJest li'-'ht Harness horse, stallion,
mare or srcldiiig.
l?est haronche or surrey horse;
iiianrirrs, action and nhl'ity to draw
Ilest harjiess pony.
For Information concerning entries, go to
447 FOURTH AVE;. N., or call MAIN, 4323-1.
Five of Nashville's popular young ladies will con
test for this prize. The one receiving the largest num
ber of votes is the winner.
OLD PLANTATION SHOW.
Prof. R. C. Thomas will present each night his great min
strel festival with a team of some of the leading buck and
wing dancers and kings of Negro minstrelsy.
The Joe Gans and Jimmy Britt fight will be reproduced. While this will
be on canvass it will be thrilling as well as interesting. Don't fail to see it.
This great wrestle is between GEORGE HICKS, of Chicago, and JIM
SMITH, of this city. Both gentlemen are evenly matched and are on to the
art, therefore, this is promised to be one of the leading features.
THE BEST BAND IN THE STATE WILL FURNISH MUSIC
DON'T FORGET THE DA T tr ; OCT. 7-8.
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INTERURBAN RATES ON RAILROADS,
913 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE, NORTH,
A. Home School for Girls. Literary Courses
- TERMS FOR BOARD. TUITION AND ALL
NECESSARY EXPENSES. $1.23 PER WEEK.
Next Term Begins Saturday, September 21st, 1907.
WKIIK low i'KOSI'KCTUS.
Nashville Portrait Go.
J. W. TOLIN, Manager.
The only up-to date i)ictuie ciihir. inj ohm in Nashville
where customers receive cordial treatment. First-class
pictures of all siz.es. Lowest prices.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
Telephone, Main 3714-Y. 118 Fourth Ave., North.
..Joe McAdoo and Susie Lea Warren.
Clarence Briley and Sophia Boyle.
. Joe Whit worth and Nettio Hudson.
Sylvester Bryant and Hattie Smith.
D. A. DORTCH,
iNl) GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Taken In Exchange.
TELEPHONE, JIAiX 182.
B. E. Corner Broaaway and Third Avenue,
Willie May , Davis, Stone street, 3
Sallie Drake, 135 Lafayette street, 50
Estil Davis. Evanston avenue and
Eighth street, 17 years.
Oliver Adams, 1601 Cedar street, in
Frederick Satterflcld, 1117 Shank-
street, 1 years.
James Henry Hamilton, 621 Smiley
sireet, 4t. years.
Francis Mark, 1042 Twelfth avenue,
south, l year.
Saway Franklin, St. Louis, Mo., 47
Milton Boone, Jefferson street, near
fertilizer, 52 years.
Mattie James, Pegram Station, 21
Wm. -Thompson', 11 miles Lebanon
!ike, 23 years.
Katie Jones, 312 Eighth avenue.
North, 70 years.
Anna May Tillman, 809 Eighteenth
t venue, North. 2 years.
Alice Gray, 1305 Pearl street, 3
.Keece Miller, 208 Twelfth
North, 47 years.'
Agnes Humphrey, C07 Overton
street, 53 years.
Amy Jennings, West Nashville, 50
Ernest Matthews ana Hosn
Geo. W. Gibson and Anna Fearl Bu
James Henry Floyd and Margaret
RALLY AND BASKET DINNER.
Sunday, August 18. 1907. was a
gala day at Ebenezer A. M. E. Church,
or wmen Key. N. Smith is pastor. On
account of the grand rally and basket
dinner quite a number of the members
and friends of the church assembled
and the meeting was enjoyed spirit
ually as well as financially. The mem
bers spared no pains in making- the
spread very appetizing indeed, and
every one left feeling as if he had been
fed until he wanted no more. Rev
Smith speaks in complimentary terms
of his members and friends for their
launruiness thus far this conference
year ann ne takes this method of
thanking them for the noble services
rendered and prays God's blessing
upon every one of them. The noted
divines who assisted Rev. Smith on
that day were Revs. Tyree White, of
bt. James Chapel; Bollin, of Foster's
Chapel of the Baptist Church; Jones,
of Walden University; Simmons, of
Mt. Nebo, and others.
Those contributing were as follows:
Paid one dollar: A. A. King, Mrs. B.
Buford, Prof. Peyton, of Tennessee
Industrial School; Mrs. Bender, Mrs.
Adella Eivans, Mrs. G. L. Jackson, Jo:
Eeph and Stephen Ewing, B. Rideout,
Baxter Jenkins, James Harding, Mrs.
Eliza Smith, Mrs. Emma Hall, William
Shute, Dr. and Mrs. Abernathy.
Paid fifty cents: Anthony Eliotte,
Frank Hudson, Wm. Howlette, G. Red
mond, W. B. Lusk, A. Buchanan, N.
t usk, Elmo Tilford, S. M. Howlette,
A. King, Mr. Patterson, Miss Lillie
Mai Adams, Mrs. Emma King, Mrs.
Julia Ridley, Mrs. Matthews, Mrs.
Mary Bencs, Mrs. Harriette Saynes,
Mrs. Mary Hall, Mrs. Mary Ewing,
Mrs. Harriette Ewing, Philip Hall,
Tom Shoot, 35 cents.
Paid twenty -five cents: Mrs. Anna
Walker, Brother Randies, Miss M.
Randies, Bro. Brown, Addie and Delia
Buchanan, Wm. Walker, Mrs. Lyttle,
Mr. Lyttle, Rebo Johnson, Bro. Foster,
Robt. Foster, M. Rucker, Mrs. Hudel-
ston, Mrs. S. Walker, Mrs. II. Roy,
Mrs. T. Kelly, Mrs. W. Copeland, iMrs.
B. Keeling, Mrs. R. Alford, Mrs. Mary
Lusk, Baxter Jenkins, Annie B. Ewing,
Cornelia Ewing. Mrs. Fanny Keeling,
Mr. Robinson, Miss Mattie Jenkins,
Bennie Hall, James Jennings. Public
collection at morning service was
$20. Total from all sources was $55.52.
Again we thank every one of our contributors.
Kuhn s Capilline
TO INCREASE THE GROWTH OF
HAIR AND REMOVE DANDRUFF. ;
We think this prenaration will eive en
tire satisfaction when used to arrest de
cay and falling out of the hair. If
used as directed, it will tend to change
dry, wiry discolored hair to glossy and
luxuriant tresses, and will keep the scalp
clean mid healthy. It is germicidal and
antiseptic, and will relieve dandruff in
a short time.
PRICE PER D0I11E, 25 4 50 CENTS,
All Telephone Orders Delivered.
DAVID J. KUHN. Druggist.
Cor. Cedar and Twelfth Ave.. North.
'PHONES, MAIN 1718 AND 4036.
Fanny laylor Restaurant,
FINE LUNCHES. (Prompt Attention)
Meals 5, i0. 15 and 25 cents.
139 fourth ftvenue, South
Mrs. H. Pullen entertained the Car
nation Club at her residence, Ninth
avenue, South, Monday afternoon. The
house was beautifully decorated with
ferns. The club had as their guest.
Mr. Geo. W. Ward. After the business
hour was over, Mrs. P. A. Washington
rendered several musical selections,
and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Ward sang
a duet. Those present were Mesdames
II. M. Burns. P. A. Washington, J. C.
Wood, Hal Duff, George W. Ward, W.
M. Rucker, W. S. Amos, S. W. Harlan,
H. Pullen and the club guest, Mr.
George W. Ward. At 5 o'clock tha
guests were invited into the dining
room where a two-course menu was
served with ices. The club will meet
with Mrs. W. M. Rucker, of 13H llyncs
street, next Monday.
Mrs. Mallory and daughter. Miss Ida.
entertained at luncheon in hnnnr nf
Mrs. T. H. Harris, of St. Louis,
Meal, of Okmulgee, I. T.,
Thursday afternoon, September 12.
The house was elaborately decorated
with palms and American beautl
Covers were laid for ten guests and
an elaborate menu of six courses was -
served. Tiie table was exquisitely 1
decorated with a cover of cluny lace
over red satin, rod and white being
the color scheme. Among those pres
ent were Mesdames T. N. Miles I H
Mallory. Masters M. C. Nea V'-E
Neal, Misses Marketta Harris. Vb.
Mallory and Mollie Price. After the
repast Miss Mallory rendered several
or her favorite selections on the
Piano accompanied by Miss Price, who
is a talented violinist of Denver