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- --Aiii3 NASIPvILLfl GLOBS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER li, 1007,
Mrs. Jessie L. Leach, who has been
disposed for the past week, on the ac
count or a dislocated shoulder, is much
Mr. Ed Ewing, of the Murfreesboro
roan, is very sick.
Taylor & Co. have Just added - to
tneir funeral outfit a layout buggy.
which Is the finest in the "city.-
Much credit is due the management
of the Horse Show, which was eriven
under the auspices of the National
Athletic Association. Mr. J. G. Blaine
Boyd, President; R. C, Fisher, Vice
rresident; Fred J. Ewing, Secretary;
Louis K. Thomas, Sr.. Treasurer, all of
whom worked hard and spent money
to give to Nashville this entertain
ment. Miss Sallie A. Ezell, of East Nash
ville, who has been visiting her broth
er in Chicago since last June, returned
to the city last week.
Mrs. Emma Grisham, of 1C24 Jack
son street, has a slight attack of
Miss Florence Shelby, of Franklin,
was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. G. A.
Shelby, last week.
Miss Beulah Garner, of Decatur, Ala.,
is in the city visiting her sister, Mrs.
W. T. King, of Fourth avenue, South.
Mr. Boxley, of Patterson street, who
was hurt several weeks ago in a blast
out on Belmont street, is rapidly Im
proving. Mrs. W. T. King, of Fourth ave
nue, South, entertained Tuesday even
ing in honor of her sister, Miss Beulah
Gainer, of Decatur, Ala.
Miss Jimmie Bridgewater was called
to Gallatin last Thursday on account
of the serious illness of her niece.
Mrs. McGregory died at the city
hospital this week and her funeral
services were held at Mount Olive
Mr. J. W. Blaine, of Gallatin pike,
has been out of the city for several
Mrs. Ellen Benson, of Hamilton
street, is still on the sick list.
Mrs. Louis K. Thomas and son, L.
K. Jr., spent the first part of the week
with her mother, Mrs. L. W. Winston,
at Eastland, while L. K., Sr., was look
ing out for the interests of the Athletic
Association at the Horse Show.
Mr John Lytton, of Lea avenue,
Mrs. Easter Robertson, of C21 Web
ster street, recently visited her moth
er, Mrs. Anna Wherry, at Edgefield
Junction. Samuel Robertson accom
panied his mother.
Mr. J. N. Lewis, of Fifth avenue,
South, is still indisposed.
PROF. J. T. PHILLIPS IN TEXAS
Prof. Jasper Tappan Phillips, who
sone uine ago was elected to the
chair of languages in the Tvler Col
lege, Tyler, Tex.,- left the city Thurs
day for his new field of labor. It was
thought that Prof. Phillips would re
main in this city and study dentistry,
but the school authorities continued
to write for him, so he decided to
teach at Tyler for one year.
BISHOP TYREE WILL PREACH AT
ST. JOHN SUNDAY.
On Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
Bishop Evans Tyree will preach at
St. John A. M. E. Church. It was
only after an urgent appeal by Dr.
llaigler and the officers of the church
that Bishop Tyree consented to
preach, his extensive tour through
Oklahoma and Texas having greatly
fatigued him. He is one of the hard
est workers among the bishons in
the African Methodist Episcopal
Church. He is truly devoted to his
church and seldom declines when
called upon to perform a duty.
It goes without saying that St.
John will be crowded on Sunday
morning, for the people of this city,
irrespective of denomination, love
and reverence Bishop Tyree. The
choir will furnish special music for
"LINEN DAY" MERCY HOSPITAL.
"Linen Day" will be observed at
Mercy Hospital next Wednesday, Oct.
IG, by the Ladies' Board of that insti
tution. They will appreciate any
thing donated In way of towels, pil
lowslips, sheets, etc.
MRS. SUSIE CARTER,
MRS. HARRIET A. BOYD,
There was a surprise party given at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jones,
92J vine street, Wednesday, October
, by a few ladies of North Nashville.
The floor of the room was beautifully
waxed and dancing was the feature of
the evening. Music was furnished by
Miss Davis. Those present were Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. Ranson Davis and Mrs.
Sallie Smith and son, of Indianapolis,
Messrs. Philip Webber, Partee, Gill,
Gibson and Marshall.
MRS. CROSTHWAITE ENTER
TAINED. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carter, of 713
Gay street, entertained with an elab
orate evening reception Thursday,
October 3. in honor of Mrs. D. N.
Crosthwaite, of Kansas City, Mo.
Their beautiful home was brilliantly
lighted and decorated with the sea
son's flowers. In the front parlor the
honoree appearing in a creation of
white embroidered mulle and lace,
stood with Mrs. Carter to welcome the
guests, most of them being old friends
and scholars of Mrs. Crosthwaite, who
formerly resided in this city and
taught in the city schools. Many
amusing games were indulged in and
at a late hour a hot supper of three
courses, including salads, sandwiches,
cocoa and ices was served. Among
those present were Rev. and Mrs.
Spencer Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Hightower, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Napier,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson, Mes
dames J. D. Ballcntyne, W. II. Hodg
luns, J. B. Singleton, Preston Taylor
and Rhodes, Misses Lena Boyd, Roch
ester, N. Y., -Mattie B. Scales, De
Witt Shorter, IV.ollie Berry, Lillie
Banks, Ruth Pearl McKinney, Elnora
Berry, Fanny Banks, Cornelia Young,
Esther Berry and Georgia Bradford,
Dr. F. A. Stewart, Messrs. Samuel
Carter, Foster Jones, II. A. Boyd, Drs.
J. R. Hightower, Rambeaux, Bailey
and Jasper T. Phillips.
LADIES' BOARD OF MERCY HOS
PITAL. The Ladies' Board of Mercy Hos
pital will meet at the residence of
Mrs. Hariet A. Boyd, 523 Second
avenue North, next Monday, Oct.
14. to transact ireneral business
in interest of the work. By order of
MRS. SUSIE CARTER,
MRS. HARRIET A. BOYD,
PAYNE CHAPEL PUTTING ON A
The work on Payne Chapel by tin
ners, paper hangers and carpenters in
preparation for the Conference, which
convenes there October 31 to Novem
ber 4, ls nearing completion and
makes quite a change in the appear
ance, especially on the inside of the
church. Rev. Flagg and his congrega
tion "of earnest workers are to be con
gratulated. .By the ' time the readers
of this paper see this, the pastor and
members' will have bought and paid
for a new site for New Payne Chapel.
Next Sunday is quarterly meeting
day, the last one of this Conference
year. Dr. I. H. Welch will preach all
Cuonday night Bishop B. F. Lee,
A, M., D. D., will preach. He desires
to meet all of the ofiicers and mem
bers of the church.
1 1 Grandma's Wonder Bread
ST. PAUL MITE MISSIONARY SO
CIETY. A meeting of the Woman's Mite
Missionary was held recently in the
lecture room of the church. Mrs. G.
L. Jackson, president, opened the iu
Reports were made of missionary
work by the members, such as visit
ing the sick and aged, seeking thosxs
unconverted and urging them to' ac
cept Christ, encouraging children to
attend the Sabbath school, and the
young people to attend the Allen En
deavor, etc. Reports were very en
couraging, showing that much work
had been done. Special prayer for the
unsaved was offered by Mrs. Lizzie
Miscellaneous business' was tranb-
acted, after which the president asked
Dr. R. II. Early to address the ladies.
The address was very encouraging and
Several committees were appointed:
Mesdames Peyton, Campbell and
Harlan to arrange for a special sermon.
Mesdames Lewis, Adams and Sharp
to solicit some aid from the Sunday
Mesdames Tyree, Peyton and Fos"
ter to solicit aid from the Allen En
At the close of the meeting refresh
ments were served in two courses by
Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Crump and Mrs.
Harlan. Waitresses: Little Mary B.
Jackson, Leon Saunders and Laura
Crump. A very pleasant and enjoy
able evening was had. Mrs. E. Tyree,
honorary President; Mrs. G. L. Jack
son, President; Mary Peyton, Secre
tary; Harriet Campbell, Treasurer.
Joseph Noyes Haskell, Jr., Mercy
Hospital, 5 years.
Carrie McGregor, 1309 Cedar street,
Edmonia Boddie, Louisville, Ky., 35
James Battle, City Hospital, 22
Luther Armstrong, Twelfth and Jo
Johnston avenues, 19 years.
George Chappell, 1029 South street,
Lula D. Smith, 85 Green street, 1
Charlotte Latson Gray, 804 Stevens
street, 41 years.
George Bingham, 1610 Church street
(in rear), 54 years.
Blanch Taylor, Vanderbilt Medical
College, 31 years.
Edward Washington, Hermitage,
Fanny Johnson, 10 Fifth street, 28
Henry Warfield, 616 Sylvan avenue,
Pate Puryear, Brentwood, Tenn., 45
Emma May Hardy, 1806 Cedar
street. 1 month.
Mollie Cummings, East Hill street,
John Henry Dickson, Oct. 8, 611
Infant of John Wiggins, Oct. 9,
33 Tennessee street.
Harriet Oden, Joliet, Ind., 73 years.
Jno. Dillard, 1107 Hermosa street, 9
Evalena Lanier, 521 Sixth avenue,
South, 15 years.
Is the Sweet, Nutty kind, and we bake it Fresh every day.
The price at any of cur seventeen retail stores .
2 LOAVES FOR 5 CENTS - 2
It gives that satisfied feeling after drink
ing and it is the best value you can get.
Roasted daily by us and for sale at any
of our seventeen stores.
H. G. HILL,
GROCER AND BAKING CO.,
PHONES. MAIN 435-1232. nxM
BIG STORE, 101 PUBLIC SQUARE.
OFFICE: 428 Fifth Ave., N. OFFICE HOURS:
Pythian Temgle, Phone, Main 4150-Y. 9 to J J a. m 2 to 3:30 p. m 7 to 8 p.' m.
dr, j. a. McMillan
VENEREAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
RESIDENCE: 67 FIRST AVENUE, S. Phoned Main 2595.
HILARY E. HOWSE. ' PHONE. MAIN 1096.
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.
304-306 BROADWAY. . NASHVILLE, TENN.
RECEIVES A GOVERNMENT PO
SITION IN WASHINGTON.
Mr. Ambrose Allen Bennett, of East
Nashville, formerly with the Life and
Casualty Company, has been appoint
ed by the United States Civil Service
Commission to a government position,
Mr. Bennett is a young man of ac
knowledged ability and stands high in
church and secret society circles. He
holds a number of offices of responsi
bility. He is Master of Finance and
Grand Lodge Representative of Fidel
ity Lodge, No. 32, K. of P.; Recorder
and Sergeant of the Twentieth Cen
tury Company, No. 8, Uniform Rank;
Secretary of East Nashville K. of P.
Hall trustees; Assistant Secretary
Young Men's Lecture Bureau; Presi
dent of the First Baptist Church B. Y.
Mr. Bennett will leave the city for
Washington on Monday, October 14.
Luther Gaines and Emma Cole.
James Smith and Florence Patton.
Romulus Cotton and Annie May
William Harrison and Lucy Talley.
Ed Hillard &nd Mattie Drake.
Charles H. Cloyd and Mattie Lee
Green Winchester and Rindy Smith.
Will Davis and Annie DeMoes.
John Finch and Annie Davis.
Andrew Phillips and Fannie John
son. Harvey Cook and Eliza Drew.
On last Thurs:day night a Globe rep
resentative was present at a wedding
in East Nashville, and some of the
guests present conducted themselves
in a manner very unbecoming. Every
one present appeared intelligent wnich
made good manners the more expected.
BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN
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produce, extra massive case, extra finely fin
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burl walnut and finely figured mahogany; or
quarter sawed oak; double veneered inside
and out, is what the National Baptist Pub
lishing Board offers in their many styles of
pianos. Such as styles 5, G, 10, 12 and 14.
The tone of these instruments is unexcelled
for its exquisite quality.
THE ARTIST UPRIGHT
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mellov and well sustained and affords in all
the registers a harmony clear and equal, and
of that sympathetic nature which, under the
hands of an artist, arouses the enthusiasm of
the listener. The prices and terms are with
in reach of all.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO THE
National Baptist Publishing Board,
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,