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THE NASHVILLE GLOBS, FRIDAY, OCTOBElt 4, 1957..
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MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS,
RAIN OR SHINE,
ISSION 20 Gis.
Come OUt and have an evening Of pleasure and enjoyment. ?on ljff 11 see the rnze Fight, Joe Gans and Jimmy 4th Event Double horses hitched to runabout.
Bntt. The first time in the South this fight has ever 5th f vent- Double horses hitched to surrey or barouche,
flin PIAMTATIOM CHHVV been reproduced. Don't fail to see it. 6th Event-Tandem hitched to cart.
UW rLAUIAIIUU OHUtV. The big Horse Show will be the swellest thing ever The entries Mil be ludgeJ from the position of the driver, manner, action, style and
, , , , -,,1. given by Negroes in the city of Nashville. $500 worth ability of the horse to draw weight.
Dan Howard the king of all minstrelsy will be of prizes given away. Nothing but horses owned bv Horses under saddle: best gentleman or best lady rider will be Judged from the
present with a team of other black-faced artists who will Negroes can win the prizes. position of rider, ease, grace and ability to govern the horse. No speed contest will be
make the evening one of fun and mirth. ' a 0
See the Dig Cake-Walk by the best the country affords El- PROGRAMME BEGINS AT 7 JO T0 MAKE Y0UR ENTRIS 60 T0 447 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH,
der Steward and Ike Lee will contest with thecracks from rAuuRnmmu deuiino ai -ju
ether cities. This will be the best ever had in Nashville. ee nn txt rninnriTT tt- txtxx ' ENTRANCE FEE.
WRESTLING MATCH E GIVEN aus h. , 50
nilUIUIW IIWIUI. TO EACH WINNER. AH SinnleHorM Hitched........ .... 1 00
This will be the first time Negroes of Nashville have All Double Teams. 1 50
ever had a chance to enjoy such sport. Mr. Geo Hicks, 1st Event Single horses hitched to runabout. ,nt,n Dl . 4. nI " '
of Chicago, and Mr. Jim Smith, of this city, will try for 2nd Event -Single horses hitched to phaeton. . L $ brasS Bands "WW all the time. Plenty Of flood
honor on the mat. 3rd Event-Saddle horses, lady riders. things to eat.
PROGRAMME WILL BEGIN AT 7-30 F M. RAIN OR SHINE.
PHONE. MAIN 1096.
HILARY E. HOW5E.
FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS
TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
" We Can Furnish Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen.
We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly.
MISS MATTIE F. MATTHEWS,
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.
Corner Eighth avenue, North and
A Christian school, though unde
nominational, where every attention ia
given to Intellectual development,
moral training and social culture.
Particular attention given to the
study 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 i 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.
Miss Mattie Nccley, of Franklin,
who has been sick for several weeks,
is slowly improving.
A young man, apparently under the
influence of strong drink, while near
Fifth avenue and Crawford street
Monday with four or five associates,
took particular pains to inform two
school teachers who were passing
that way, that "Mcharry is all right!"
Miss Ella Fort, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. L. II. Fort, of Sixteenth avenue,
North, left the city last week for
Richmond, Va., where she will resume
her duties as instructor in one of the
schools of that place.
Miss Eliza Haddox, of Indianapolis,
is in the city visiting relatives and
'Miss Charity Watson, of Franklin,
Ky., who has been stopping at Mrs.
Lucas', of 523 Jo Johnston avenue,
has returned home.
Miss Lena Cockrill, of 39 Wharf ave
nue, after spending three months at
the springs, has returned to the city.
Miss Ethel II. Spence left the city
Sunday night for Chicago, where she
will reside in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson, prominent
members of Pleasant Green Baptist
Church, who attended the National
Baptist Convention at Washington,
returned last Thursday While away
they visited- the Jamestown Exposi
tion, besides stopping at several cities
A large class of candidates were
initiated by the Knights of Pythias at
the Pythian Temple last Sunday.
Come out and see the Cake Walk
by expert cake walkers, the best in the
business, at the Carnival and Horse
Mr. J. Frank Battle, of the livery
firm of Boyd & Battle, returned to
the city Saturday night from Mur-'
freesboro, where, he went to exhibit
some of his horses at the colored fair.
Mr. Battle captured several blue rib
bons with his horses and besides had
the time of his life from a social point
Col. Thomas Ratcliffe, one of the
prominent members of the Fauconlc
Lodge, is preparing to make his an
nual visit to the subordinate
lodges under his jurisdiction.
Prof. A. T. Hill, of Pulaski, was in
the city Saturday.
Mrs. J. W. DeWees, of Ament
street, has returned from Hopkins-
Mrs. Josephine Ratcliffe Hughes,
who has been in the city for several
weeks visiting relatives, left for her
home in Jacksonville, Fla., last Sun
day night ' ,
There will be plenty of good music
at the Horse Show two Big Brass
Bands playing all the latest selections.
A. W. Fite, one of the wheel horses
of Pythianism in this state, who has
been indisposed since his return from
the. meeting of the Supreme Lodge in
Louisville, is much better.
Mr. Moses Mayberry made a flying
trip to Nashville Saturday.
Mrs. J. D. Streator, mother of Mr.
Porter D. Streator, will leave the city
to-day for Chicago, where she goes to
attend the sick wife of her son, Mr.
Mrs. Emma Battle, of 922 Blank
street, spent last Friday In Murfrees
boro attending the colored fair.
Mr. William Murrill.has returned
to the city and entered Fisk Univer
sity iMr. Murrill spent the major
portion of his vacation in the West
and returns looking much improved
in health from his sojourn in that part
of the country.
Dr. Walter Adams, after sDendinc
several days with his parents, Mr. and
airs. J. h. Adams, has returned to
Louisville. Dr. Adams has built up
quite an extensive practice in the
Falls City, While here he was the
guest of 'honor at several "social
Mrs. J. W. Bostick. of Seventeenth
avenue, South, attended the colored
fair at Murfreesboro last week. '
Mrs. Ernest Carnev. of ITvnea
stret, is rapidly improving in health.
miss minora Berry, of Jefferson
street, who has been sufferinz frnnv
throat troubles, is able to be out.
Come and see the Runabout Contest.
It will be the finest in the South! nt
the Big Horse Show and Carnival.
Air. f. Brown has severed his
connection with the Government
Printing Office at Washington, D. C,
and is home again and will be with
the A. M. E. Church S. S. Union.
Have your horses groomed for the
Horse Show Monday and Tuesday
nights at Boyd & Battle's Stable, Cor.
Cedar and 10th avenue, North.
Miss L. A. Carden, after three
weeks' illness, is up and at her post of
Miss Mattie C. Winfrey, of Little
Rock, Ark., sister of Mrs. Jno. II. Kel
ly, Jr., will be an attendant' at Fisk
Mrs. Lula Nelson and little Thelma,
after spending a while in the city, left
Tuesday night for her home at Helena.
Among the "Home Comers" Inst
week were Misses Ora V. Taylor, Lora
rryor, juesciames Annie Gray and Ger
trude Suggs, all of PulisUl, Tenn.
Mr. Gaw, of West Indies, formally:
a student at Tuskegee Normal and In
dustrial Institute, passed through the
city Monda yen route to Oxford Col
lege. Rev. Mr. Washington, pastor Beulah
Baptist Church, Pulaski, preached at
St. James A. M. E. Church last Sun
Watch for the first issue of St. Paul
Monthly, an eight-page magazine to be
published by Rev. C. II. Boone, pastor
of St. Paul A. M. E. Church.
fars. Jerry Brown, of Shelbyville,
sister of Mrs. Allen A. Carter and Mrs.
C. B. Lowe, is visiting in town. She
is now attending to the wants of Mrs.
Carter, who was severely injured in
the street car accident on Jefferson
street last week.
Miss Janie A. Hill, of 91G Overton
street, has been the guest of Miss Lovie
V. Blake at White's Creek, where Miss
Blake' is teaching. During her visit
Miss Hill was the recipient of a con
stant round of complimentary atten
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morris have re
turned to the city after a visit to Lou
isville, Indianapolis and Cincinnati.
Misses Ethel Merrill, Anna Mai Anthony-
and Drusilla Hill spent last
Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs.
D. S. Liner, of Cedar street.
Miss II. Louise Perkins spent Sun
day in Franklin, the guest of Rev. and
Mrs. J. D. Games.
Miss Georgia Watkins, of Kayne ave
nue, entertained the members of the
II. T. G. M. Tuesday evening, October
1. Games of whist and music made a
very pleasant evening. A three-course
menu was served.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Liner visited
Franklin last Sunday, and Brentwood
on Tuesday to see Mrs. Liner's uncle,
Mr. Pate Puryear, who is sick.
Miss Emma James, of the bookmak
ing department of the Baptist Publish
ing House, has returned to her post
of duty after a vacation of a month or
six weeks. Miss James visited Chica
go and other points of interest, during
'Don't fail to tear Dan Howard, the
famous coon songster. He will sing
"Why Adam Sinned," "All In, Down
and Out," "Let It Alone," and many
others at the Horse Show and Carni
val. Miss Blanche Montague, of "Fourth
avenue, South, is visiting Miss Sadie
Harding, of Jackson street, for a few
Mesdames Robt. Eason and Eugene
Clayton attended the colored fair at,
Murfreesboro Friday and Saturday.
They were the guests of Mrs. G. B.
Brady, the mother of Mrs. Eason.
Dry Goods and Carpet Co.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Square.
Carry the Best Stock ol Carpets,
The Best Assortment ol Silks and
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me namiMMiesi Line 01 lloaKs
Established J 854.
Nursery and Greenhouses
Hardy Ornamental Trees and Shrubs,
Hothouses and Greenhouses Plants, Roses,
etc. Cut Flowers and Floral Wnrtr. rw-
rative Plants for Parties, Weddings, etc.
L. D. Telephone 292.
Lischey and Mile-End Avenues, ' NASHVILLE, TENN
JOE BROWNE, Prop.
Miss Cora Caruthers, of Lebanon,
was in the city this week visiting.
Mr. Eli Barnes and Mr. A. F. Haw
kins, who were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Anderson, of C27 Wood
street, left Friday morning for their
home in Memphis.
Mrs. Mary Crockett, of Thirteenth
avenue, North, spent the day last Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorne,
cf Trcmont avenue.