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TUB NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1007.
If you are going
to buy a.
fta Fall Hat
Is iho Right Tim
We offer a bis: lot of
fine French felt children's
and m i s s es ' hats
trimmed in ribbon at
Large lot of hats
trimmed in fancy scarfs
Big lot of black velvet
hats trimmed in ostrich
The pastors of all three "of the
churches are at their places and thS
church work is moving on smoothly.
The members of the M. E Church are
glad to have vhcir pastor, Rev. F. N.
Collier, to be with thein another year.
The Sunday school, which is in a most
prospering condition, is under the di
rection of Prof. J. W. House.
The following officers were elected in
the Sunday School Board last night:
Treasurer, Mrs. J. W. House; Choris
ter, Mary Baker; Librarian, Frank
Ramsy; Ass't Superintendent, Mrs.
Addle Oakley; Ass't Secretary, Robert
Mrs. Clendenen is on the sick list.
Miss Rossie Johnspn is very sick.
Mrs. Mary Martin has just returned
from a visit to Chattanooga, and is
now on the sick list.
Messrs. Smartt, Wakefield and Hal
laway left last Saturday for St. Louis.
Mrs. Birdie Jenkins and little daugh
ter are visiting in Chattanooga.
The citizens of Tullahdma have or
ganized a fair association, with Mr.
S. R. Jones, President; Prof. J. W.
House, Secretary; Mr. Henry Jenkins,
First- Vice President.
J no. Clendenen, Messrs. Holman,
Shaw, Taylor and Hunt were all on
dress parade Sunday airing their beau
Mr. Eaton has re-opened his grocery
store on Coffee street.
Those who took in the Nashville .fair
were Messrs. 0. 0. Clendenen, Rev. W.
M. Jenkins and Mesdames Hunt and
Smart and others; also Mr. Al McGee.
Rev. Mr. Smith, P. E. of A. M. E.
Church, is in town for a few weeks'
rest before Conference, which con
venes in Knoxville.
Mrs. King and Miss Nelson had their
first rhetoricals Monday evening. Mrs.
King has a very satisfactory class Jl
drawing. Miss Nelson has a large
class in hygiene.
A mock wedding of B. T. Washing
ton with Dubois, Maceo and Touissant
L'Ouverture as attendants will be giv
en at the A. M. E. Church Friday even
ing under direction of Mrs. Brooklns
and Misses Nelson and Jenkins. Lit
tle Zenobia House will play the wed
We offer 300 Black
sample skirts at
2.90 - 3.90
Miss Lexie V. Hope left recently for
Nashville, where she entered Fisk Uni
Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Speers have re
turned home after a visit of several
days in Nashville.
Mrs. Dolly Gynn and Mrs. Anna
Young and children are home agaip
after a pleasant visit in Nashville.
' Mrs. Mattie Brown and two sons left
Monday for Nashville, where they will
make their future home.
Miss W. Leon Griffey left Wednes
day morning for Normal, Ala., where
she enters A. & M College.
Miss Edna G. Brown leaves Monday
for Nashville to join her mother and
Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Livingston enter
tained Misses Edna G. Brown and W.
Leon Griffey at dinner Sunday.
Misses Susan and Emma Rowan
have as their guests, Mesdames Ella
Hammonds and Josie Lillard of Chat
tanooga. Mrs. Alice Anderson returned to
Misses Eliza and Eleanor Ware, of
Staunton, Va., spent a very pleasant
vacation with Prof, and Mrs. J. C.
Crawley at "Locust Lawn," several
davs before time for them to return
to school. Prof. J. C. Crawley gave
a hay ride in their honor. Those who
enjoyed the ride were Misses Eliza
and Eleanor Ware, Bessie Johnson,
Eunice and Susie Vernon, Mrs. J. C.
Crawley, Messrs. Harrison Hunt, Wil
liam Vernon, Miles Carthon, J. C.
Crawley, Jr., Prof. J. C. Crawley ami
Rev. T. A. Thompson, of Louisville
Miss Clara Scott, of Nashville, after
visiting the M. E. Conference at Mem
phis, has gone to Athens, Ala., to visit
Rev. Reasonover, of Cumberland
Furnace, Tenn., has been called to the
pastorate of Brook's Chapel M. E
Church, Rev. Mr. Finnell having been
sent to Murfreesboro.
Rev. T. A. Thompson, Presiding El
der of the Louisville District, re
turned last Sunday to Louisville after
spending two weeks with his wife and
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Crawley, of "Lo
George W. Voorhies, Jr., is .attend
ing Walden University this year.
SUNSHINE HOME NOTES.
The annual meeting of the United
fineietv was in session here
October 3, 4 and 5. On Thursday
night Hon. J. W. Grant, of Nashville,
addressed the Convention and the citi
zens on the "Beauties and Benefits of
Unity: Upbuilding Home and Happi-
ness by Helping ana Associauuu.
The address, which was very instruc
tive, was well received. Progress was
reported along all lines, ana me peopie
are awakening to me nnpuiumuc Ul
thpir own homes and having a
bank account. Lawyer Grant became
a member, and was chosen the Attor
ney for the Society. On Sunday, Oct.
5, Rev. Mr. Coleman preached the an
nual sermon, which was very inspiring
to the members and the public. The
purpose of the- Society is to encourage
its members to secure homes and to
become, as far as may be, self-sustaining.
Rev. Joseph B. Mullins is the
The sad news of the going home oi
Miss Mary G. Burdette, after several
weeks of suffering, reached this office
Monday, Sept. 20. For many years
Miss Burdette was Corresponding Sec
retary of the Women's Baptist Home
Mission Society, which has been, and
is still doing a great work for the up
lift of the people. She was indeed a
great friend to this people and proved
it in many ways.
While we feel this loss keenly, yet
we know our Father doeth all things
well and we meekly submit to his will.
Mr. and Mrs. Valentine, of Chatta
nooga, spent a very pleasant time with
us on Monday of last week.
Mr. Mcintosh, of Mt. Juliet, gave the
Bible lesson in our Wednesday after
noon prayer service last week. Sub
ject: "Christian Growth."
It was decided in our Workers' Con
ference on September 30 that the meet
ings would be held monthly instead of
weekly, and the second Monday in each
month was the dav aDDointed. All
are cordially invited to be present on
this day at ten a. m., at which time the
Day Home will be remembered in a
tangible way. At the next meeting an
address, subject, "Temperance," will
be delivered by Mrs. S. E. Griggs.
Miss Sylvia Moore, our bookkeeper,
is on the sick list. We are clad to
say at this writing that she is very
much better and we nope to see ner
at her desk in a few days.
The J. P. Moore Foreign Mission So
ciety held its election of officers Mon
day night, October 7. The following
persons were elected: Mrs. L. J.
Rhodes. President; Miss A. M. Rob
erts, Vice President; Miss Hattie Clay-
brooks. Secretary; Miss S. E. Moore,
DAY HOME CLUB.
The Day Hcmo Club held its month
ly meeting in the Day Home, 5J1
Fourth avenue, SouthWednesday in
3 o'clock, with Mrs. .1: C. Napier in
the chair. The meeting was intense
ly interesting. Ways and means for
increasing the usefulness of the home
were thoroughly discussed. The; chil
dren are now being taught thf Vi, h
the fourth grade. It was found to be
urgently necessary to open for the ben
efit of the younger children a kinder
garten as soon as possible. It devel
oped that Mrs. Gertie Rambeaux,
formerly director of kindergarten
work in St. Louis, is to spend the
winter in this city. Mrs. Rambeaux
has an enviable reputation as a
"kindergartner" and the dub is anx
ious to have her take charge of this
work in the nome. Could $10 a
month be secured for this department
the club could arrange to employ Mrs
Many of the members have been out
of town for the summer, but are grad
ually returning. The vice president,
Mrs. I. B. Scott, has effectively man
aged affairs during the absence of
Mrs. Napier. The members are
planning for hard, earnest work this
year. Though some of the most en
ergetic and enthusiastic . workers are
still out of the citv. the members re
The report of the mother and man
acer of the home. Mrs. Adah M. Wa
There are now 1G dav children in
the home, 9 of whom pay five cents
a dav. The others pay less or noth
ing. There ue 9 boarding children
from 8 of whom we receive 4.50 a
week; twenty-five cents, a week has
been paid for the other one. There
are many children who need the care
and influence of the Home, but are
nnnl.le to ronifl and for want of
money we are unable to take them
Friends have, last month and this,
given us some of the things, the ab
sence ot wlncn nas seriously nm
dcred the work. We still badly need
chairs and tables smad money to
paint and paper. The house is as
rlenn as soan. water and labor can
make it, but it still remains ilnsight-
ly. We have been seriously embar
rassed for sheets, pillow slips, beds,
mattresses and a cooking stove,
aprons for the children and a place
for their clothes. Some of these
needs, we are more than thankful to
ntnt.e. have been supplied. The Lord
is with us as is evidenced by his peo
ple showing interest in this work for
Four cheap sanitary folding beds
have been made and put in, cotton
nads and springs secured, shelves for
rlothine nut in. closets, a large range
is now in the kitchen. It is partly
the rift of Mr. Buttorff. Up to the
first week in September a two-cap
narlor cook had been used for cook
ie. Mr. Littlcbaum of D. Loveman
& Co., sent us this week a bolt or
K'ipfitin!r and six spools of thread.
Mrs. II. II. nrd Miss Flora Wright, of
Trtd.- TTnivorKitv a bolt of gingham
with thrond. buttons, pins and trim
mhisR. The home was already in
dPhtnd to these two ladies for sheets
and other necessary articles; Mrs. J
r willinniK. dishes, soap and wash
ing, powder; Mrs. Green II. Hall, 1
Kinot! Mrs. Richmond, bowls, pitcher,
bed spreads; Mrs. Davis,
knives, forks and several articles of
clothing; Mrs. Tyee, a bundle of
clothes for children; Mr. Louis Goli
ner, ?G.75 in meat.
Cash Receipts for September. Re
ceived from board and tuition $28.55;
Congregational Church, Kev. J as.
Uond, pastor, $S.75; Fireside School,
'70 cents; Missionary Society 1st Bap
tist Church, East Nashville, $1.05;
ATrs. and Miss Flora Wright, $1.50;
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You Want the Best Material
You Want a Perfect Fit J- J
Mr. Miles Gives Both and to Coot a Price that Suits You.
I 423 Deadcrick.
Tel. 0. 3770-Y.
friend, CO cents; Mr. W. F. waters,
$1.00; total, $41.35. Expenses for
month: Groceries, $19.92; coal, $2.70;
pins and scissois, 35 'cents; thread, 27
cents; nails 20 cents; expressman,
35 cents; carpenter wor.t and lumber
fnr beds and shelves, $10.50;
nnid on stove. $3.00; on springs and
cotton pads, $1.00. Total, $13.79.
Fanny Taylor Restaurant,
FINE LUNCHES. ( Prompt Attention)
Meals 5, io, 15 and 25 cents.
139 fourth fluenue, -outh
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
417 Fill II! H AVK., .
r MUllUM!! ttlSS
every Monday and Friday nk'hts from
8:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Uner will give
instructions free of charge to all wishing
to learn the new dances that are put on.
Good order will be observed Parents
with children admitted free.
BOCK LIJER, Instructor.
ADMISSION 15 Cents.
Established J 854.
Nursery and Greenhouses
Hardy Ornamental Trees and Shrubs,
Hotuouses and Gree houses Plants, Roses,
etc. Cut Flowers and Floral Work, Deco
rative Plants for Parties, Weddings, etc.
1. D. Telephone -2?:2.
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MISS MATTIE F. MATTHEWS.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.
Corner Eighth avenue, North and
A Christian school, though unde
uominational, where every attention is
given to intellectual development,
moral training and social culture.
Particular attention given to the
stndv of the books and part3 of the
Bible. Arithmetic, Reading, Spelling,
Writing nmwincr. Vocal and Instru
This school is a high-class prepara
iinnl fnr children 4 vears old
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Third term bedns 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. ,
STAR DRUG STORE.
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Prut's. Micines, Toild Articles, Cigars, Sw!a Hater.
J. W. WINSTON, Prop..
801 Uvln Avenue.
n nil I All I "VTm
NEED Arm ilNlif MLL uai
mi Carpet Go,
Third Avenue, between Union Street
. and P.nblic Square.
Pension Vouchers nnd other Impor
tant papers llxed with prompt
ness and disnat'h.
ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL.
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and furniture Insured? Aren't
you tired paying rent?
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