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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOliEil 18, 1907.
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CHAS. STRINGER.
We wish to say that we are how better prepared to accomodate
our patronage, as we have two barber shops. We are successors, to M. W.
liuford, 117 Fourth Avenue, South. This shop is known as "The Bee." The
Bee is a beautiful shop, supplied with entirely new fixtures, the best feature
of it is it has three of the best South Nashville barbers.
Chas. Stringer conducts this shop; and at our other one, "The Little
Gem.'' located at 417 Fourth Avenue. North, is conducted by Fred Thomas.
The Little Gem is yet the leader of the up-town shops. Call to see us
at which ever shop is convenient to you.
10-18-'07.
meager. This city has had within the fullness of the season, while two were ditlon of the Individual, It should not
last few months any number of shows, yet green and not open. With this be forgotten that the latest, the most
circuses and carnivals and probably a box was a small card, on one side was attractive, the best bound, as well as
drought along those lines would be the following: "Chas. B. Wickham, the cheapest books on the market by
both a benefit and a blessing. This M. D., Phone, 1288, Charleston, S. C," various authors can be had at the Na-
week at one of the churches a Fall while on the other side was the follow- tional Baptist Publishing Board, 523
Festival is in full blast, and on Thurs- ing: "Sample of Sea Island cotton off Second avenue, North.' Last year
day night at Elder's Opera House a a farm on John s Island. This cot- their record will show that they sold
benefit musical for the improvement of ton is selling at 47 cents per pound, more of Dunbar's works, more of Chas.
one of the cemeteries will be given. The souvenirs are nice now, but i W. Chesnutt's books, andv in fact.
Neither did they go to Guthrie, nor suppose they will be dry on arriving more books by Negro authors, and
were they engaged in the interstate in Nashville. Don't get homesick." rnore Christmas cards than they had
commerce traffic; but nevertheless they Had it not been for this card one ever sold in the history of the institu-
found thmselves in durance vile just would not have known who was tion. The demand is so great, not-
because liquor was found in their pos- thoughtful enough to send this famil- withstanding the variety covered a
session. That Clarksville is a dry iar sample to the Treasurer. Lr; long list of select books and cards,
town, and that many "of her citizens Wickham is in Charleston doing nicely, they were forced to replenish their
will have the famous liquid is well- He has performed two very successful their stock, yet nothing was carried
known history. It happened on Sun- operations in the hospital at Charles- over, as long before the holidays
day; they were lned on Monday, and ton. He is resident physician and, in closed, there was nothing left. They
will repent the rest of the week.' Such fact, has already become one of the have announced for the coming holi-
runs the first bootlegging episode. most prominent physicians and sur- days that they have put in a large
Centrally located, next door to the geons of that historic city, being one stock of books and cards, which was
Central Drug Store, and under the firm among the great number of the selected by the same excellent taste
style of Central Meat Market is the class of 1907 ..that has made a record a3 that of last year. Those who wisn
new business of Jenkins & Cole. The for himself as well as for the Meharry to make presents In the book line and
market contains everything in the Medical College. News from South those who desire to send out Christ
fresh meat line and will compare fa- Carolina is to the effect that he is not mas cards should call and see the
vorably with any other in the city, only prominent in the professional beautiful assortment and seize the op-Mr.-Jenkins
has had sixteen years' ex- service, but has forged considerably to portunity to get what you want. Many
perience a3 chief butcher for Kleeman the front in business and religious af- of Mr. Dunbar's books are out of
& Co., proprietors of the leading meat fairs. print, and but few can boast of having
market of the city. - - a full set. Such as are in print can
Last Monday night at a joint meet- NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING be had at the National Baptist Publish
ing of the deacon and trustees of Mt. board's animiiai MFPTiwn ing Board, R. H. Boyd.. Secretary. 523
Olive Baptist Church, the pulpit was Second avenue, North. Telephone,
declared vacant, ana a commiuee au . w Main 12315.
pointed to issue a call for another1-' r ensuing Year
, . and Makes the Usual Annro-
pastor. rr ENJOYABLE affair
The wedding of Miss Lillie B. Over- H -" " ,
ton and Mr. Clarence B. Clark, of The annual meeting of the National . r- and frs- D- s- Llner entertained
Evansville, Ind., was solemnized at the Baptist Publishing Board was held at J? ,honor Tf Mr- D- c- Marshall, of New
home of the bride's parents, 119 Sher- their rooms in the Publishing House Orleans, La., last Tuesday evening,
ror street, on Tuesday evening, Octo- last week. Many of the members October 8, at their residence, 414
ber 15, at 7:30 o'clock. The ceremony throughout the United States attended Cedar street- Music and dancing were
was performed by Rev. F. W. Gardner, the board meeting at Washington, but were the features of i.he even -.a. At
i- C Ci TJ. A TT fVlnrnVl til O OT1P Vl o1 fl n T Q Ch villa tir o fVtrt 1trnrA an ODDrouriate hour n twn-rnnrep
. Mrs. Sandy Randolph and son, Ed- of Management ana is composed of menu was served. Among those pres- S I A 1 I fit I J(l S I ( Kr
-.ui. ent. Misses Helen P Wnt
Ward, reiUI Iieu lium uuuisvuic moi -" uivumi.i o m x cuueaace Willi, eev- 117 1 . ."a, vm.n.
Friday. eral executive members that usually E- Wal(ien. Louise Farmer, Geneva
Mrs. Gertrude Whitfield Vertrees, attend. A full quorum was present. T- Manning, Hattie Jackson, Anna
of Nashville, is visiting relatluas and Rev. J. P. Robinson, of Little Rock, Mai and Jenn' v- Anthony, Drusilla
friends. and Rev. G. Win. Ward were repre- Hil1' Letna Johnson, Mamie John
Mr. Bishop C. Clark returned from sented by proxy. Rev. C. H. Clark, son- Ladv Mai Edwards, Mr, and Mrs.
Evansville, Ind., last Saturday and is Chairman of the Board, presided. He Matthew Lyerson, Mr. and Mrs. G.
now a benedict. anonunced that the annual election W- Hill Mr- and lMrs- D- s- Liner,
Miss Lizzie Quarles, after several should be made at this meeting, and MeS(lames D. C. Marshall, of New Or-
weeks' visit to relatives at Garretts- the following officers were elected: leans La- Hewtt Box, James Gaiter,
burg, Ky.; returned to the city last C. H. Clark, Nashville, Tenn., Chair- C- A- Greer- w- M- Hargrave, Chas.
Saturday. man; R. H. Boyd, San Antonio, Tex- Moore Johnson Cockrill, Bennie
Rev. A. J. Moore came in from as, Secretary, Treasurer and Manager; Manning, Peter Stephens, Joe Mat-
Woodburn, Kv., Monday. H. A. Boyd, San Antonio, Texas, As- thews, John Montgomery, Johnnie
Mr. Tom Kates is in Louisville this sistant Secretary; Rev. W. S. Elling- Demumarean, Geo. W. Hill, Jr., Fred
week. ton, Nashville, Tenn.; Editorial Secre- McBride, Drs. Malcolm Fry, J. J. Lay,
Mr. A. W. Roberts returned from tary; Rev. Win. Beckham. Austin. Hon- R- L- 'Mayfleld, Franklin, Mr.
Nashville, where he entered his daugh- Texas, Field Secretary. Other Impor- Chas3, Moore presided at the piano
ter In the New Roger Williams univer- tant business was transacted. Secre-
sity. ' . tary Boyd informed the Board of the
absolute necessity of looking after the
new machinery, enlarged quarters, as
FRED THOMAS.
STRINGER y THOMAS, Props.
fanny Taylor Restaurant,
FINE LUNCHES. ( Trompt Attention)
Meals 5, 10. 15 and 25 cents.
139 Fourth Avenue, South
Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
ODD FELLOWS' HALL
417 Fiiumi am:., s.
m REGLL1R D1KIXG CUSS
every Monday and Friday nights from
8:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will give
instructions free of charge to all wishing
to learn the new dances that are put on.
Good order will le. observed Parents'
with children admitted free.
DOCK LINER, Instructor.
1
Established 1854.
LISCHEY
Nursery and Greenhouses
Hardy Ornamental Trees and Shrubs,
Hothouses and Greenhouses Plants, Roses,
etc. Cut Flowers and Floral Work, Deco
rative Plants for Parties, Weddings, etc,
L. D. Telephone 29.2.
Lischey and Mile-End Avenues, NASHVILLE, TLNN
JOE. BROWNE, Prop.
lU-7-1"
ADMISSION
15 Cents.
I CARRY A FULL L1NBOP
l nil's, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Soda Water.
J.W.WINSTON, Prop.,
BOI EtAlngj A v e n u e .
v NEED AfiYTHIiiG? CALL ON! -
Richard Hill
McMINNVILLE NOTES.
Miss Willie Leon Griffey left Wed-
PRETTY HOME WEDDING.
The marriage of Mr. Samuel White-
well as the scarcity of experienced side t0 MisS Mattie Ezdl on Thursday I
hell). Rev. Wm. ITavnes n w f c,cmu5, wuer
10, was a beauti-
nesday morning for Normal, Ala., to UhG bonrrt. advnn io tk, fully arranged affair. Promptly" at
nter the A. and M. College. things were getting tighter ,in financial 7:30 ReVf Suttou E- GliSSS began the Xashville,
Mrs. Alice .anuersou leu iuuuuay CircieS; therefore he would advise umiIia& ceremony, ine nouse was
morning for Sewanee, where she will close observation of the financial in- filled to its utmost capacity with the
spend the winter. terests of the institution friends of the bride, who is a favorite
Rev. Mr. Curch, pastor of the M. L. . of the East Side. A number of ex-
nensive and useful presents
ANNUAL SERMON TO BENEVO-1
ORDER. china, linen, etc. Among the out-of-
At the First Baptist Church last tQwn guests were Mr. Bud . Darden
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Pension Vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL.
Is your life insured? Is your house
and furniture insured? Aren't
you tired paying rent?
Office Thnnc, Main 18S9. Home 'Phone Slain 2812.
OFFICE 410-2 CEDAR ST.,
Tennessee,
T SHUTS
li I O
Dry Goods and Carpet Co.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Square.
Church, who has been attending the
annual conference at Memphis, Is to re
turn to take charge of the church for
another year.
Rev. G. T. Speaks, pastor of Mt. Zion Sunday afternoon the annual sermon Cuena White and Mrs. L. Morris.
Baptist Church, was very successful to the Benevolent Order was preached
with his rallv. raisins the amount of bv Rev. J. W. Luekett nnstnr of Taob.
$G3. son Temple C. M. E. Church. ThJ MRS- WASHINGTON'S VISIT.
Miss Edna Grace Brown will leave1 members of the society were out in Mrs- Booker T. Washington, of Tus
next week for Nashville. full force, aud supplemented bv a host kegee. Ala., was in the citv this week.
Mrs. Sarah Rhodes has been quite ill of friends from all parts of the city, Her vIsit here was for the purpose of
cious ice course was served 1 Those
present besides the honoree were Mr.
and -Mrs. Mason, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Thome, Misses Alberta
Stubbs, Anna L. Roberson, Mayme
for several days, but is slowly improv
ing.
Mrs. Henry Anderson has also been
ill, but is improving.
Miss Laura J. Young was appointed
assistant teacher in the city High
School.
tilled the spacious auditorium to al- entering her son, Booker T. Washing
most overflowing. ton, Jr., in Fisk University, where he
Several of the Grand Lodge officers wiJl take a college course. While
were present and had seats on the ros- here Mrs. Washington was. the guest
truin. it was a grand demonstration or Mrs. J. C. Napier, of Capitol
as to the good being accomplished by Square. Although her stay was brief
uie oruer. resident Porter stated in ana one or strict business, society
I ' W4
Brown, Sadie Winston, Mayme Brooks,
Georgia Buford, Mary and Virginia
Whittaker, W7illa Bell and Cassie Dod-
son and Lula. Grant, Messrs. Orlando
Voorhies, George ..Stratton, Anthony
Porter, Walter M. Clark, George
Reid, Allen Whittaker, Wm. Starnes,
Hudson, Charles Greer and Dr.
,!iHi. Bright.
GRANTED A LEAVE OF ABSENCE.
Lea Avenue Christian Church has
granted their pastor, 'Rev. Preston
Taylor, a lief of . absence to hold
a motractert meeting a Los Angeles,
oner the work that has been done by round time to do her honor. She left Cal., for which he left Monday even
BRENTWOOD NOTES.
the order and wh?i they hope to do in Monday night for her home,
the future. The f.'ct was clearlv estah-
Mrs. Ella Pillow, who has been sick, lished that the society is far from be-
is out again. ing a body of do-nothings, but instead
Rev. S. M. Utley, Presiding Elder Ms composed of progressive men and
of the West Nashville District, held women. Much has been done for suf-
MR. AND MRS. BOSTIC ENTERTAIN.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bostic. of Sp.v. his board: assembled at smaller ta-
his quarterly conference last Saturday fering humanity through this society, enteenth avenue, South, entertained tables were- the ladies of the church
mg. Alter service sunuay nigni uie
ladies of the church surprised him!
with a beautiful four-course luncheon
In the center of the lecture room,
seated at a table, was the Elder and
and Sunday. On Sunday night he and every member was reported to be last Friday evening In honor of Mrs.
preacneu a very ame sermon 10 ins con- actively engaged in this grand work. Bostic's sister, Mrs. Lula Ellis of
gregation, all of whom enjoyed it very They have not lost sight of the fact Oklahoma. Mrs. Ellis at one time was
much. that to do the most good an order a student in Fisk University and has
Rev. Utley was highly congratulated must have something besides the a host of friends in the city But since
by his many friends of Brentwood for monthly dues to strengthen the treas- she is here for her health she has not
being elected ministerial delegate to Ury, and as a result this order owns accepted much of the social .side of
me uenerai omeiem:e nu.u iuv some or the best property in this city, Nashville. The entertainment, while
place next May, 190S, in Baltimore, Md. all of which is used to one end, that of not elaborate, was one of the most en
The newly-elected trustees of Brooks caring for the needy members of the joyable evenines Mrs. hiiu h nnt
M. E. Church met last Sunday
aud their friends. At the close of this
lonast Mrs. W. C. Wilkins made re
marks appropriate to the occasion,
.liss Ida Mallory sang "a beautiful
.solo, "We shall never forsake thee,"
after which the congregation was dis
banded.
Chapel
evening and organized by electing
Prof. J. C. Crawley, Chairman; Mr.
Robert E. Johnson, Secretary, and
Rev. Lewis Buchanan, Treasurer.
"""""Mrs. Hubbard Newsome is on the
sick list
Miss Agnes Voorhies, who has been 0f tne society.
order and helping in other charitable and since the host and hostess know
ways, i he trustees and officers of the how to entertain, it was an easy mat
Order are now considerine the estah- ter for th cuesta tn cnon.i i,ir..0.,t
- - 0UUvU . v wAAVi lli piV-UOilUL
lishment of an orphanage in the near evening, which was spent in enjoying
future, and expect to locate the same music and games. Refreshments wer
so as to be able to accept those who served about 10 o'clock. Mrs ram
are not children of deceased members will remain over here about two weeks
Carry the Best Stock ol Carpets,
The Best Assortment ol Silks and
Dress Goods,
The Handsomest Line ol Cloaks
and Suits.
l-.'07tf
attending school at Normal, Ala., for
the past two years, is at Walden Uni
versify this year.
; longer before going to her home.
SAMPLE OF SEA ISLAND COTTON.
Dr. Luckett was at his best, and had
the closest attention of his audience
during the sermon. He is a special
favorite on the East side, and many
regrets were expressed when the doc
tor stated that this would probably be
A unique1 souvenir from Charleston, his last year in Nashville.
S. C. was received on Monday by a Great interest was manifested in the nor: 7-": . uiaiu "
member of 'the Globe force. This lit- meeting by the members of the Order 6rnlitrnr ti
tie token came by mail in a small box and the visiting friends. A liberal ception hall anl r ,Tbf
addresesd to Mr II. A. Boyd, the collection was contributed which was SvZhS woro bnl"
Treasurer of the Globe Publishing g.ven to the church. folkg ' , -T: ,
Company. There was no return card tu . . :H-7' "1
" '-K-ii.Ufc, v-uouumca,
MR. GREEN SCALES ENTER
TAINED. A few evenings since a number of
young people entertained at the at
tractive home of Miss Lula Grant on
MARRIAGES. '
Harry Cunimings and Delia Larkins
Arthur Nichols and Mary Brown.
Noble Christmas and Alberta Nolen
John Caston and Mamie Beatrice
Gaines.
Moses and Annie Winston.-
. Robert Crow and Maggie Porter. '
Nord Williams and Sylvia Robb.
Will W. Anderson and Ella Sykes.
Cab. Miller and Ida Young.
John Crawley and Ella Hall.
Thomas Walton and Lizzie McFar
land. William Benson and Bettie Berry.
George Sneed and Mary Haynes.
Alex. Herrington and Alice Cato.
S. S. Cunberry and Mary L.. Davis.
Sadler Henley and Annie Warren.
John Schley and Emma Binkley.
Calvin Cadwell and Effie Jane Bur-ford.
. IZrZlZ brt u rtns CHRISTMAS BOOKS AND CHRIOT- K! s ..reseated;
. 1 , . ... ' m . mas r.ARns which will long be remembered. Vn-
tne nacKage me nuusuiei iuuuu n Hm,a ... .
contained five bolls of cotton; three In looking around for appropriate the evenlne whilo th i Tgn0U5
of them had opened and their snowy presents that will bo in keeping with Tn!.7t JbI , Q ,de,vots of
white contents had burst forth. In th,the ti.es. as well as the financial co -SK IiST ict M .tTV
DEATHS.
Emma Murray, 1C35 Woods alley, 48
years.
Van Hill, 1023 Ament street, l year,
VEltJ)! KLNDEIKJAliTKN.
MISS MATTIE F. MATTHEWS,
PRINCIPAL.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.
Corner Eighth avenue, North and
Gay street.
A Christian school, though unde
nominational, where every attention Is
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
mental Music.
This school is a high-class prepara
tory school for children 4 years old
and up.
' 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.
8-2-07-lyr
Jennie Williams, City Hospital, 24
years.
Hester Bledsoe, City Hospital, 20
years.
Joe Edmundson, 819 Hamilton street,
21 years.
Birdie Tabor, 10 Bluff street, 22
years.
Guela Smith Frierson, 151C Jackson
street, 11 years.
Thurman Bender, 1310 Grant street,
3 years.
Infant of Lena Hunter, 113 Marks
street, 13 days.
Lillian Crump, 100C Sixteenth ave
nue, North, 19 years.
Elizabeth Barnes, 801 Durham street,
2 years.
Lou Wader Knight, Malloys alley, 2
years.
Samuel J. Orr, Vanderbuilt College,
Fifth avenue and Elm, 31 years.
Clarence Burnett, Lewis and Short
streets, 17 years.
Infant of Hoaper and Gertrude
Washington, 919 Jo Johnston.
Martha A. Hubbard, 901 Fifth ave
nue, North, 11 years.
Leda Anderson, S24 Vernon aveuue,
19 years.
Henry Smith, 1044 Ament, in rear,
24 years.
Harriet Hudgin, Moretown, 03 years.
George McIIenry, Lock 2, near Madi
son station, 27 years.
Mrs. Ellen Church, 113 Jefferson
street, 27 years,

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