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TUB NASHVILLE GLOBS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, 12a."
WANTED. Stockmaa at National
Baptist Publishing Board. Must have
Mrs. Maria Block, of 519 Fourth
ave-iue, South, was called to Clarks-
ville Saturday afternoon to the bed
side of her son who is very 111.
Wednesday nighlf October 16, the
iMVt. Tv1Ha TflrL-natrlolr left thJ I "miiimnnrt f!nntfst nnr TVfiifilrevl" will
usi ruDiismns noara. biusi nave "w ,,. , J-"""J , ,
tome unowieage oi nanaiing paper cny Muuuaj mi mu.&v, - w ituuiu "- j
and abla to keep records. Se D. A- spend a few weeks with her friend, Messrs. W. J. Blanton and E. W. D.
Hart Mrs. Mary Cotton. Isaac, at 8 o'clock.
atUs Maud tfiarrison.N oi juonigom- Mr. W. u. Harris, or unrcazo. 13 m
I ery Alii.. lla UWiucu i at1" I m ULJi Uio tu.vi, ui J
Suits for Cleaning and Dyeing to the Normal. She is still with Miss Geor- Mrs. J. D. Mosby, of Birmingham,
iVM reliahlo firm nf Alrlrert Ttrna. t. Wntvino nf Twelfth ave-I ai -araa in tht ritv last wpok v 1 s 1 1.-
Dresses Dyed Golden Brown, Wine, nue south. ing ' her sister, Miss Lula Webster,
Bros., Tel. 783 Main. Cleaning and time was confined to his home by Mrs. Samuella Graves, of St. Louis,
Dyeing -Establishment, 308 Fifth ave- sickness, is able to be at his post of h3 ia the city visiting her mother,
una XTrvrfTi I J,.. I nrn T A XlncVi an1 hcr tnncln ATlQQ
J. B- KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fin Rigs of Every Description.
PHONE, Alain 4IS6.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
2 in tf
New Union Station.
Fourth ave., North
QUty. Mrs. lJ. A. Xuau, clliu UCl WUOiu, imoa . ,..
f?.e " JMBffl" tooiaiiiB & ravine h. h.
i;nurcn on iuonaay veuiug, vwuci miss uena iinugiuu, uj. nicuiuio,
14, for the benefit of the churcn. a niece of Kev. w. s. Ellington, oi
. Miss Mary EL Phillips, of the book- seventeenth avenue, North, is a pu
makine department of the Baptist nn in 0ne of the schools of the city.
FOR RENT Two rooms for light Publishing House, was quite ill the Mi Grayce . Frank of . Rochester
. . . . ITTVCT AT T n U WUU U IfV V ll'JN t'HIrT tll I'm IV I II I I ll .Til. T .
housekeeping, 1404 Church Street. fl. M r:T Mt a Mr. P.U Louisville Accom'oda....aM2:a..pin
AddIv before eight In the morning or 1,ilD- "" "uu v'' 7 r rr ouc 7 ;r, " Kvansviiie s uhicngo 3:67um
Ba. r,lv In (ha ever re cuuc, iwi vui-v. ..vu iij.au, x-w I cvaiioiuc ut vuii,u8u i TIU
filter SIX in me evening. c., nvTro Voan PnrVAr. nf Ton-L Kvuusville&St. Louis 3:67um
isville. Ky., and Mrs. Elwena Johnson, Miss Reba Latham, of Canton, Miss., 0 & fet. Lou,6 :d am
rf FavottAvlllp. Tenti. ronhpil thA ritv Mondav nlsht. Miss Itirimnirham. Moutzom-
FOR RElNT One fii room bllCk ph- Af Pnlnmhla. Is vis- r ntv,or -nill hoHn hpr stndips in Fisk cry, iMobile and New
cottage with gas, 133 Fourteenth ave . . . thi it another year.
Mr. Green L. Scales, of TopeKa, Rev. L. G. Jordan, Secretary or tne
City Ticket Odlce, 224
.Telephone Waiu 758.
Louisville & Cincinnati ;( :47am 2:l.")um
Louisville & Cincinnati 7:&5am S:27am
Louisville & Cincinnati 8:00pm 8:aipm
Have You Catarrh?
Do Your Eyes Trouble You?
Do You Need Glasses?
nue, iNonn, Appiy ivus. n. j. auu m Green h. Scales, of Topeka, Rev. L. G. Jordan. Secretary o tne
son, 131 Fourteenth avenue, Nortn. or . n wrh t.Qa VisiHnsr moth- r-n? Miccinn nnnrri nf th National
- . 1 1VUU., If JUWM mw, .v.0 iVlVlfaU o.viwv
TmOnG Main 4bl0 I . or-clA P.rflOK vnlotlvDa anrl I nl rirtrtraTif ?-n at T nilis-
menus in tnis city, leu iur m uuiut? vine, 'ivy.f is siaieu iu visit naouvuic
last weeK. tie was aeiiKuiea www m tne next two weeivs.
able rooms TAra nf his visit, havinsr re- irioo r.hnrlifi Rosenbere is back
o - " - - - ceiveU LUG UlUSt UCillLj' tvuiicoivo rrOUl UW .SIUUl'S niivauoao, uuu o 4iT
roarieeuiu aveuuc, huiui. while here. Utonninc with Mrf.. Klcnarason
FOR RENT Two desirable rooms
for light housekeeping.
ery, Mobile and New
Nashville & Scottsvillo
AcC' mmpilation 3:10pm
Nashville '& llartsville
Ilopkinsville Accom'oda. . .aft :45pm
Nashville & Clurksville
Nashville & Decatur Ac
commodation 8 :5t)pm
Tlion Main 1829
G. F. ANDERSON,
nue neie. 1 slopping wim lviic. hh-uoiuu commouaiiou o.aim
. . ij...invtnv. n''r n 111 r 1 rv: A. k 11 r rT..'iiriTi n i rn ill. I (iititiimim a. mi. I'anniu.. u ..iuuiu
uvirs. jcuie cutuaiiuu, ui sixteeuiu avenue, ucim-cu iu. y"; -- -
.... . . , . , .in .u j Columbia. Morence.
avenue, wortn, entertainea tms weeH., and Flumps street, one win aueuu Sheffield, & Tuscumbia..7:40am
Koftms 106-107 1st Floor in honor of Mrs. Janie Weakley Fisk this year. iaiiy. tiy except Sunday.
ixrr.v,iT,-n rv.tiyafrn ' tt f?oA T Wnrlf lo cnonrlinf? si few a Stops at North College-street s
Washington, of Chicago. " Mr. Fred J. Work Is spending a few
TVTra TC1wsn?i .Tnhnsnn. of Favette- Mova at . the .Tampstown KKDOSltlon.
ville, Tenn., spent a few days In this where he went on special business as
a Stops at North College-street station.
Train arriving at t.oo p. iu. runs iium aiv.
Train arriving ai p m, unngs uuuuto-
I vj. x iii-ixwrwi, vlle xenn., spent a tew days in tnis where he went on special Dusiness as Train arriving ai :u p m, '"'8' "-
I Attorney and Counselor at Law, city, en route to the Jamestown Expo- weii as to tako in the "War Path" t,0Bn8JmAStumbltt uTustaine,
J practices before all the State and Federal sltlon. " and other sights at the big show. He District 1'ass.' Agent. City Ticket Agent.
1 I V r " a 1 u 1 iviis. i-iiiit? jauivo, ui imiiccuui njj CAUtXLcu uavft m icu uu.j. 1
II my name aon t appear inie, Lvornll tll wVl v.- wn -i-v for MinnlA Mai Hunter, of No.
OR KAT?E VuD ANT
TROUBLE VTTU YOUR
BYES, EARS, NOSE
IF SO, CONSULT
Dr. G. V. Roman,
iHrMrt T Innrfrx TnmiH rf TVi I fnzTi V I t AVni-vAfrvl Kb- In ton Inva
If my name don't a?Pr in the l eiepiione . . , . - . Minnifl Mai Hunter, of No.
ilia ft,U..'ci Heliuilla Tann U week, Is improving. 1309 Hynes street, is on the sick list
wcuui wnf ....v, .v 0 account of the inclement weath- hhis week. She was lorcea to come
Incorporated Under the Uws of Tennessee.
One-Cent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Doe a regular banking business, in
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Robert Robertson, de
pr nn iMondav evening. October 7. the home from her school on Tennessee
Old Folks Concert Company of Payne street ceased, all persons indebted to said
Chapel A. M. E. Church did not nave prof. iiasKeu, tno new leacuer , . hereby reauested to come
the concert which was to have been Fisk University, lost his only son last f d d k settlement without
given at iane raoernacie. it win sunaay. ino uoy was uuuut o j
take place on Tuesday night, Oct. 15. m and died from appendicitis.
Mr. J. A. uunom, 01 MusKogee, 1. 1.1 Mrs. . m. u)w, ue iiamu-
passed through the city week before ent of the Blind School, is now conva
forward and make settlement without
delay. All creditors or other persons
having claims or demands against
said estate are also requested to file
ROOMS Z and 3
passed through the city week before ent of the Blind School, is now conva- sanie du,y authenticatedt with me at
last en route to Lebanon, to visit his lescing after an illness of more than a Nq 449 Fourth avenue North, within
--o I last eu ruuio LU ugucliuju, uoii, ma i itSDli
terest paid on all time deposits. Only parents, On his return he stopped in week
t t Ji ii Yfitipccpp IVVia iifv o t'ow (iav and lpft fnf hia I Mic
Institution of its kind in Tennessee
B. H. BoYD, Preaident,
. 1. W. Bostick, Vice President.
J.C. Napier, Cashier,
CN. Lakoston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE. NORTH.
Telephone Main 1173.
yirst-Class Llverf on Short Notice.
712 and 7H Broadway,
the city a few days and left for his Miss Maria Clark, wife or Rev. C.
wootorn hrm lnct Sninlnv 1trht M Plnrk Is nilitfl Bick. Their SOU,
Miss Mayme Brooks, oi rourteentn Mr. George uiarK, wno una uecu
avenue, North, who has been serious- suffering with an attack of typhoid
ly ill for the past four weeks, has so fever, is still quite sick,
far improved in health as to be able Mrs. J. M. Easterling, of Chattanoo-
to attend to her business duties. ga, a sister to the editor of the Globe
Mrs. Anna McDonald Primm. f is heriously vl.
Chicago, contemplates making a visit Mr. R. C. Fisher, Vice President of
to Nashville In a few weeks. National Athletic Association, was as-
Miss Henri M. Campbell, of Maury saulted by a tough at tne worse
street, is well pleased with the results Show Wednesday night. The assail-hrmiP-ht
ahnnt hv ndvGrt.ifline in the nnt was David Young, who struck Mr.
Globe. Fisher with the butt end or. a wmp
Miss Ruth Simmons, of Camden, because he and his partner were re-
ArV ATioH Fnv iMrK'innAv nf fiher- fnspri arlmission to the grounds on a
man,' Texas, and Miss Ruth Crockett, coupon that was good only for tne
of San Antonio. Texas, are attending first night's show. Young was fined
rnn? fTTSTn "1 11MTKE LIVERY Fisk University. They are boarding $10 in the City Court yesterday morn-
IJlfc Lt&lU .l HUUP HM.1XJ 'nravM. MM Philllna W
street. Miss Mattie Ezell and Mr. Samuel
Mrs t.IzzIa H Cannon of 326 Wet- Whiteside were united In marriage
mro efrof lot tnv sf Tiiia TMn lnct nitrht at the residence of the
Thursday night to visit her daughter bride's parents, by Rev. Sutton E.
wno is seripusiy u. unggB, ieni
Mrs. Alice C. Hunt, of 1103 Hynes Mrs. Amanaa waiwns, vl xo
mOT111 street, is indisposed this week. Grant street, is at home after spend-
nooga, will visit her sisters, Mrs. Alice Miss DeWitt Shorter, of Twelfth av-
C. Hunt and Mrs. Mary P. Knott. enue, JNortn, wno was m ywi uccum
Mr. E. J. Cannon will visit friends last week, has entirely recovered.
and relatives in Shelbyville in a few Miss Amanda Carter, formerly ot
days. Thirteenth avenue, North, now resides
Miss Myra Shivers is still in Bir- with her sister, Mrs. Frankie De-
mingham with her mother who is very berry, of Patterson street.
iU iMrs. uessie auusuuus id ftb"u
Mr. E. D. Davis left for Huntsvllle. the employ of the Baptist Ftimisning
where he will spend the winter. House.
Prof, and Mrs. Daniel E. Johnson, Mr. L- S. Gray, assistant logman
Jr., have returned to the city, bring- of the bindery of the Baptist Publish-
ino with n cwm n Vrmn-fn ct Viohv cr-r V P" House returned from his ten
Prof. Johnson will resume his work at days' vacation last Monday morning.
WniriPn na-t.pnf.npr nf violin and He sDent the time In visiting relatives
piano. ' ' and renewing old associations in va-
fortninp ot Hons sections of Kentucky.
L A Kl A1V11I J . A A v y vliLvl -.
412 Cl&dLexr Street. dinner Sunday Mrs.' Mary Ford, of Editor Battle is suffering irom tne
l)r J. B. Singleton, fler Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. unas. uos- enecis ui a bcvcip w.
ir. j. b. aivciun l,,br. . ti ' iMra Klrknn.trio.k. wife of Rev. L
icj auu uttiu uauguici, ut uatnsuui i . .
trr.,1... v t. - t Trt-lrofInlj- nootrwr nf Sr Johns llaD'
miss Maria vvaaaey, wno nas Deen wibi'owi , . : . rv,
visiting in the city for some time, has tlst Church, is visiting friends in Chi
Mrs. Susie Shelby nas Deen in an ul
AUtt UAAU ATA 1 U AVUViiU UUU UAIU MUtA ' t . , ,
have moved four miles out on the this week, but is better at tnis wru-
Harding road. ing. Mr. sneiDy nas aiso Deeu iu
TVTico T rjin PntKO rVs Koa linon llPil th TOf 3. leW OayS.
.'llO UJi.(-HJ VJVLlltl. VV lit, ILLLa UCtll I " w v "
visiting in San Antonio. Houston. Dal- Miss Estella Neely, of South Nash-
In a QTirl Vrxrt Wnrth Tovno ho a ra. VI IP. WflO I1US UCCU IU VUittifau ivi -
. - . T ' .1 ' i. i x iftr lner
turned to the city. erai montns, reiuiueu luo viVJ
.,.,., Miss Mamie L. Copeland, who has Friday.
Where he will be glad to sl,ovy you an been vIsiting her aunt iQ gf Rey. S. G. Dodson, at one time
onront ctnrlr of hitrh trrade. un-to-date v.na 'ifw nj ti srasrprl in the blacksmith business
vfLu.p- j-w-k- - ; o 1 o .i i i ucio itkuiutu tf t ii w tibr O.U11 ry ill ic I n-o- .
. sume her studies in Fisk. iweuvu avenue, uv, u
TAILORING, Mrs. Jno. H. Smith and her lltttle avenue and the N. C; & St. I,, railroad
, , ... r . son, Napoleon, have arrived in the city anu wuu 6UUB;,iucm"
1Ka0 nnA linn c Fiirnicnl rid IiAAic i months in Chicago, was slightly in
HdW ami ificu o I uimomutj uuvai -- '" inrp1 in that citv on the 7th Inst, and
' V V, IVk?. I . - -n .
Mr. Win. Brirfit. of Louisville, who is now at his home, 17-H jeiierson
was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mra. htreet. .a1.ann nf Twplfth
lniv).in Urlrrht hon .AtnniJ Tr..ln I VI KM '.Lit 1 1V1. 11V1H1V.1 -J WiA, vfc . . .
i ui tin i uiifeut, una ipmiucu v.t ijuuio-i , , .
vriiia flvpmie. Nortn. wno was m uie cm-
A A 1 V I ' ' ... St
Dr. Saunders Johnson, who has been Voy of the Clarion printing yompauy
visiting friends in Chattanooga, the during her vacation left the city
guest of Dr. and Mrs. McBroom, has Monday morning tov'
rPtnrnprf to h ritv resume her studies at Prof. Councills
ATrs Marv Bransfnrrl Rnpnt Hntnrrlav Scnooi.
with her daughter, Mrs. Brooks, of Mrs. Julia Arnold is sick at her
Fourteenth avenue, North. ihome on Twemn avenue, ixwim.
the time prescribed by law or ue xor
ever barred both in law and equity.
Administrator of the estate of Rob
J. C. NAPIER. Attorney.
W. F. ROBERTSON
Now Occupy New First-class Shop with
HOT AND COLD BATH
Mr. Robt. Ddd, Nashville's popular barber
is now witn us.
TWENTIETH CENTURY WHIST
The Twentieth Century Whist Club
was most charmingly entertained
last Thursday evening by Messrs.
Earl Davis and James W. Moore at
the home of Mrs. Eugene Clayton, on
South Fourth street, East Nashville.
The rooms were beautifully decorated
with ferns and growing plants. Whist
was played until a late hour wnen a
tempting menu was served. Those
present were Mesdames Wane War
field, Robert Eason, Mabel Bivins,
Misses Pearl Warner, Johnnie Blacu
well. Camille Smith. Willie Mai Turn
er, Messrs. Wane Warfield, Robert 0,
Sason, James W. Moore, Earl Davis
and Eugene Clayton,
Have your washing done at
he Economical bteam
Laundry. Let us
ROUGH DRV WORK 4!
FINED FOR BAD CONDUCT.
Mondav morning John Baxter was
fined $25 by Judge Baker of the City
Court for assault and battery and
drunkenness. It is said that Baxter
was drunk Saturday when he gave his
wife a sound thrashing and nearly
killed his child. He also broke all the
furniture in his home.
D, WESLEY CRUTCHFR.
WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE
YOTJ CALL QN HIM AT
?gG FQUR.TH AVEr. QRTH,
At Moderate Prices.
M. G. DODSON
ion Watkins Street.
When you think of signs think of
Our friends who patronized us at 822 Church St
will find us at the
Capitol Barbershop, BSL
813 Cedar Street.
II. G. F1TE,
TAILOR SHOP AM NIESSHC CIB,
Suits made to order from $15 to $50.
Clothes Cleaned, Pressed, Altered and
Dyed. Ladies' Work a Specialty.
We Guarantee to Tress Your Clothes for
$1.00 Per Month.
If yon want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
Pi, Pi, DeGrafenried.
SUITS MADE TO ORDEK.
Strict Attention raid to Ladies' Work.
CLEANING, DYEING AND KE-
430 Cedar St. i Nashville, Tenn.
NOTARY PBLIC, REAL ETATE AGT,
Oilico, Main i)7, lies. .Main 4012-Y.
428 J Fifth J- Avenue ot North,
itooniH ;i & 4.
R. L. MAYFIELD,
T. CLAY M00RE
LITTLE GEM CAEE
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN "
115 Fourth. Ave. N.
Just what its name Implies a Per
fect Little Gem bright and cheer
ry, clean tables and white linens.
WELL COOKED FOOD; COUR
LUNCHES, 1 0c and 15c. MEALS 25c.
410 Cedar St.,
J. H. COPELAND, MRS. C. M. NORTON,
WIII3N YOU NliKl) YOUR
Hat Trimmed or Feathers Curled
CALL TO SKK
Miss Mary G, Battle,
NASHVILLE, TLW. 403 a fifth Avenue, North, or Phone Main, 1.68.