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TUB "ASimiXE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 190?.
WANTED.
WANTED Send your Dresses and
Suits for Cleaning and Dyeing to the
old reliable firm 'of Aldred Bros.
Dresses Dyed Golden Brown, Wine,
Navy Blue, or Black. Aldred Bros.
CITY ITEMS.
Little Miss Alice Webster spent Sat-
nr.iiv afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Thome, of Tremont avenue.
Mrs. Berry lloberson, of Tremont
in the city last week en route to his
home In Franklin. While here he vis
ited a number of the business inter-
prises that have sprung up during his
absence from the state.
Mrs. Jennie Goodwine, who has been
on the sick list for the past two weeks,
is able to be up.
Dr. E. W. D. Isaac, Secretary of the
xi 9
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Bros., Tel. '783 Main. Cleaning and avenue, has been suneiing from heart B. y. P. U. Board and editor of the
Dyeing Establishment, 308 Fifth ave
nue, North.
nue, North. 10-4-07.
FOR KENT.
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping, 1404 .Church street. T.ini(ia nnd proscer Ewing. of Clarks
Apply before eight in the morning or ville were also visitors of their niece,
auer six in uie evening. . m, Thomas, last Sunday.
:Miss Maria Lee Thomas, of. 1Mb
Fourteenth avenue. North, left the
trouble. National Baptist Union, is spending
Miss Geula Frierson, whose se- th Wek ln Alabama.
rious illness was noted in these coi- Miss Elizabeth Moore, of Seven-
umns last week, died at the residence teentu avenue, North, has been indis-
nt hnr mint IVl rs KllRh. COITler UL 1 .,.,! fir- Vin nac rtracAr
Jackson street and Sixteenth avenue, Mra Carrle Anen left the city last 440 TH RD AVENUE. NORTH.
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msi, ouuuaj iui,wuwu. ween, lur ol. iuui, wiierw tmw iulcuuo
Mrs. Mary Killebrew, of Evansvuie, t0 make Qr future home.
Ind.. is visiting here niece, Mrs. b. u. ,iT ym. Owens, who has been con-
i homas, of 1017 Warren street. Mrs. nected with the A. M. E. Church Sun
day School Union, has entered Wal-
den University.
Miss Ella Howard, after a few weeks'
illness, is able to be at her work again
in the clerical department of the A.
M .E. Publishing House.
Mrs. Ozzie Childress, Of Pulaski, Louisville & Cincinnati.... 8:00pm .
io 1Jiuu'ua " """ 1 Kvansvillefe Chicago 3:57am
Rev. N. Smith, pastor of Ebenezer Kvansvi) la & Chicago 7:40pm
A.M. E. Church, recently made a ship- KTansviiieA St. Louis lam
Fin Riga of Every Description.
PHONE, main 41S6.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
'i in tf
Louisville & llashville R. R.
New Union Station.
Fourth ave., North.
eaves
Louisville & Cincinnati.... :47am
Louisville & Cincinnati....? :55am
City Ticket Office. 224
Telephone Main 758.
Li
ment of a bed, springs, mattress and Kvansviiie &st iui"."..7:40pm
FOR REiNT One six room brick City October 9, for Massilon, Ohio,
cottage with gas. 133 Fourteenth ave- to spend a month with her sister, Mrs.
nue, North. Apply Mrs. N. J. Ande James Ballinger. On her return home
son, 131 Fourteenth avenue, North, or She will spend a few days, in Cincin-
phone Main 4615 Y, - nati and Louisville visiting friends
and relatives.
The Rising Sun, of Kansas City, Mo., wnsh stand to Shelbvville. Tenn,. for Uirmmitham, Monuom.
FOR RENT Two desirable rooms I n n vow mm nlimentflrv article states rpri MAm,ni ar,A Tnnatt-iai TneH. ery, Mobile and New
for light housekeeping. Apply lil in its last week's issue that Miss Ma- tute
Fourteenth avenue, North. Mrs. N. J. nSsa Wimms, of this city, was tnere Dr. vm. D. ChaDnelle returned
Anderson. remesenting the A. M. E. Sunday Unmft uvrlnesrlav moraine after sDend'
School Union. jng a week visiting some of the North-
Mr. A. W. Fite, Deputy urana ern nd western conferences.
Arrives.
a:iram
8:27am
8:3apra
a3 :05pm
j :05am
8:10am
2:05ara
a8 :10pm
8:10am
Orleans ...2:25am
Birmingham, Montgom
ery, Mobile ana Mew
Orleans 8:45aro
Nashville & Scottsville
3 :37am
7 :35pm
Accommodation 3:10pm 10:15am
V.nkvill. fit 1 1 n ... rr i 1 1 .1
M Main 1829 Rooms 1!)G-107 1st Floor . l" ; 'T: eril.aiia wesiern conierences. commoda "i:".... 5:ioPm
RfiYn rtiii riNfi liuucenur iui imuuw iCuu. uU Messrs. nus, syivesier, rayior ana nopkinsville Accom,oda...a5:45pm
U 1 .-. lk h-.nof oitivu PvtVllnnfl In t.ha I in.l T Jtll n-l. 1.1. XI.?l.il1o riorbcoilla
. F. ANDERSON. Ltate. will go to Pulaski to-day to at- tpnd!ints at Meharrv Medical College ysvr-" iMvm
tend the banquet which will be given this year commodation S:5oPm
1 . ! l A THn A "P 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . v . . . n . I n 1 . . u ft. . l)Un , ant a.Utnni
to-nignt m uuuui uj. jriui. xx. j.. xxixi, uisnop li. b. Lee spoKe at st. ram u;uiu"!" ""'"
the newly appointed member of the A M E church last Sunday night. sheffld.L
t i i irnHAA tui . . . . i r . ' . : -
lundowment uoara, uy mawsj iuuso Rev. E. Philip Ellis, in company with uaiiy. tuauy except sauaay.
Practices before all the State and Federal
Courts of Tennessee.
If my name don't appear in the Telephone
Book, ask information for it.
t7 :50am
10:00am
18:17am
10:10am
7:25pm
6:00pm
P l-.r
Jin n.J.. C U.U:. Tm ul Lua1, V1LJ' , , UISUOP lUVaUS lyiee, Will ira,VW Uie Train arrivl
419 Cedar St., NaShVllla, Tenn. Mrs. Emma Battle, of 922 Blank city about the 29th of this month for pioasautoniy.
Bishop Evans Tyree, will leave the rtTiffrtT Mt
i 1 1 j t. ri r j. i i. i 1 .-.11. I . v
Incorporated Under the laws of Tennessee.
OneCent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
IDoes a regular banking business.
tcrest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
street, left for Chattanooga last bat- indian Territory, Oklahoma and Texas,
urday to attend her daughter, Airs. J. and possibly other points in the in-
Milton Easterling, who is seriously terest of the A. M. E. Church Sunday
ill. Advices received in tnis city state g0hool Union.
that Mrs. Easterlng is somewhat lm- Mrs Alice-McNeil and daughter,
proved, though she is not yet out of Mis,s s v. McNeil, have gone to In-1
danger. dianapolis to make it their future
Little Loutrell Taylor, who has been home.
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Hazel Thompson, who is teach-
Train arrivinir at 7:45 v m. brinas connec
tions from luscumbia ana r lorence.
R. 0. WALL18. W. HAL. MUBTAINE,
District I'ttss. Agent. City Ticket Agent
Have You Catarrh?
Do Your yes Trouble You?
Do You Need Glasses?
OR HAVE luO ANY
TROUBLE W7TH YOUB
EYES, EARS, NOSE
or THROAT?
IF SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
SPECIALIST,
R. H. BoVD, President.
J. W. Bosstick, Vice President.
T.C. Napier, Cashier,
C.N. Langston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENLE. NORTH,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
ECONOMICAL
STEAM LAUNDRY
Moses Mayberry, of Franklin, was
brought home Sunday and is quite
sick at the home of her parents in
West Nashville.
Miss Beulah Garner, of Decatur,
Ala., who was visiting her sister, Mrs.
W. T. King, of Fourth avenue, Souui,
returned home Sunday.
Mr. Leslie Watkins, of Mt. Pleas
ant, spent a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Wilkins, of Glencliffe.
ing music at her home oa Eighteenth
year.
The Sunday school of Trinity Chap
el had its annual Sunday school re-
Mrs. J. W. Grant, of liU Jetterson ception Monday night.
street, is visiting her sister in Mem- Mises Verna Bingham, Corinne Fe-
phis. terson, Cornelia Young, Messrs. R. A.
Miss Minnie May Hunter, of 1309 Ew5n an(1 Kelvin Hayes spent last
Ilynes street, who was compelled to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen IL
remain at home for several days on Ewjn of 114 Eighth street, East Nash-
account of illness, has so far recov- vnie
HILL BROS.
LOW PRICES IN GROCERIES AND
FRESH MEATS
avenue, North, is meeting with great Majn 3533. 39, Ew,ng Ayfi
bUtlcaa. unn iimi min Tutcc noirze it uiii ddac
Miss Ixna Gant, of Columbia, has iw noi ibw iiicx rmwa i niu-oiiua.
turned to the citv to resume her NEW SORGHUM for sale at 50 cents ter gallon.
studies in Walden. We are now putting in a fall stock of goods. Our
mim TUonpim TTnwnrri nf Crtinmbia. new sweet and sour Dickie nerring are lust grand, we
. 1 i TiT.u 11.1. hauo a varlotv in now natc hnrmnnv anA nritc Our
is attenuing scnooi at waiueu una uv u iivi, ... ..v.. , . .
prices are an nynu
NEW CORN. 3 cans for 25 cts. NEW TOMATOES.
3 lb. can. 10 cts. EARLY JUNE PEAS, 3 cans, 25 cts.
Our new evaporated peaches, the best on the market,
0 cts. per lb. We carry a full line of stove-pipes,
skuttles and shovels. We also carry a nice line of
country and western brand shoulders and sides.
1U-18-0
ROOMS and 3
NAPIER COURT.
NASHVILLE,
TENN.
W. F. Robertson
AND HIS
PROFESSIONAL BARBERS
Now Occupy New First-class Shop with
HOT AND COLD BATH
ATTACHMENTS.
Mr. Robt. Ddd, Nashville's popular barber
is now with us.
Have your washing done at
the Economical Stenm
Laundry. Let us
do your
ROUGH l)RV U'OIIK il6c "rf-
ered !is to be able to resume her work
at the Tennessee School for the
Blind.
Prof. A. T. Hill, of Pulaski, the newly-appointed
member of the Endow
ment Board Knights of Pythias, was
in the city Saturday. Maceo Lodge,
of which he is a member, will hold a
biz receDtion in his honor at his
-412 Cod or Street.
D.' WESLEY GRUJGHFR.
Mrs. Andrew Ely, who once resided
here but at the present lives in In
dianapolis, had an operation performed
a few days ago and is doing nicely.
Miss Esther Freeman is suffering se
verely from neuralgia this week.
Lawyer G. F. Anderson made a trip
to Murfressboro this week on legal
business with the Chancery Court.
Miss Eudora McClellan, of Hawkins
home town to-night.
Mr. J. Frank Battle, of the firm of street, who was confined to her home
lir. i. is. sinstleioii, Jigr , Boyd & Battle, was canea to onaua- n)y a seVere cold last week, is able tQ
nooga last Saturday on account 01 attend to her duties.
the serious illness of his sister, Mrs.
J. M. Easterling. Mr. Battle returned
Tuesday morning.
Mr. A. G. Price who has been in
Miss Maggie Black, of 902 North
Seventh street, East Nashville, has
gone to Chicago to live with her sister.
Mrs. Ola B. Wright, of 3832 State
WILL BE PLKASKD TO HAVE
YOU CALL ON HIM AT
HAIMAN y LOEB'S,
226 FOURTH AVE., NORTH,
' Where he will be glad to show you an
elegant stock of high grade, up-to-date
TAILORING.
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods
Memphis for the past year as the man- street in that city.
ager of a steam laundry, returned to Mr g, g. Dodson, of Eighteenth av
the city last Friday. He was accom- enue and Jefferson street, who was in-
panied by his wife, Mrs Mary Davis huml in Chicago two or three weeks
Price, and tneir oaoy. ine sojourn a!r0 js si0wlv improving at his home.
in the Bluff City seems to have agreed Mrs. m. H. Wade and little daugh-
SUITS MADE TO OIlDER.
Strict Attention Paid to Ladies' Work. .
LEANING, DYEING AND REPAIRING.
430 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn,
7-12-08-tf
with the whole family, as all are look
ing the picture of health.
Dr. J. P. Crawford will go to Pulaski
to night to attend a banquet in honor
of Prof A. T. Hill, of that place.
Plans are on foot for the organiza
tion of a Colored Fair Association to
ters have returned to their home on
Twelfth avnue, after spending a week
in Murfreesboro.
Mrs. R. T. Ieath and Mrs. J. Rucker
visited Florence last week.
Mrs. Dowell spent Wednesday at
Waverly, the guest of Mrs. Cassie
At Moderate Prices.
hold a Davidson County Fair in this Greer,
city next fall. Several of the lead- Misa Althea Carr, of Hughes,-Tenn.,
ing business men of the city are in- js jn tne city.
. ....... .1 .1 if i 1 1'; 1 1' tl.irc rv n fni'l n 1. I . t i -t n j.j T-i ! i. ai. -
, lj. I If 1 U7)l 1 N ize, Nashville will have a fair next enue North, left the city Saturday to
year wwuu lu uu wiuicu iau m W5 spena a lew nays in unauanooga whu
country. relatives,
A letter received from Harry Hun- Miss nattie Creighton has been on
ter, of Luther, Okla., asks the wnere- the sjck ust for two weeks.
abouts of Lewis Hunter and Margaret Mrs Bettie Wherry, of Jefferson
Palmer His address is Harry Hunter, strcet. has returned home after spend-
lt F. D. No. 1, Luther, Okla. !nir several weeks with relatives in
Katie Albertine Boyd, the baby of Allensville, Ky.
Mr. H. A. Boyd, has been seriously mjss arv Boyd, of Rochester, N.
this week, but is convalescent at y.. who has been visiting in the city
(his writing. She suffered an attack for tne r-nst flve or six weeks, left for
of typhoid lever that seemed critical tier home last night
at times. Miss Etta Mai Cheatham entertained
The fall revival at Kayne Avenue ,t dinner last Tuesday Miss Haiei
Baptist Chinch began last Sunday Thompson and Mrs. Irene Clark and
Sign Painter
1011 Watkins Street.
When you think of sins think of
MR. DODSON.
id-:
4t
G. U. 0. of 0. F. r,i
PALL FESTIVAL
Given by Rebecca Household of
Ruth No. 32
IN TilE AUDITORIUM
Wednesday Night OCT. 23
For the Benefit of their H oschold. We
Solicit y ur Patronage. The Music Depart
ment will be managed by Prof. D. L. Liner.
Rcfri-shments will be served by the Ruthitcs.
MRS. C. W. JOHNSON. M. N. (.. RS. A. B. CAKHR, W. R.
10 cts,
Admission
Mrs. D. N. Crosthwaite, of Kansas
City, yo.. and Mrs. Brown, or the City
of Yexico, vrre entertainel at dinner
Inst Saturday by Miss M. C. Grisham,
of 1624 Jackson street.
night. The pastor, Rev. J. C. Lott,
will be assisted this week by Rev. E.
but they expect to have
need revivalist next week,
is the nieelin.tr will continue ten days.
Mrs. J. C. Lott and little daughter
have moved to Nashville from lxb-
anon. They are residing on Anient
street.
.Miss Alice McBroom has accepted a
laugh tep, of Memphis, who were here
isitlng relatives.
Mrs. 'Anna Eliza Johnson, of Harts
ville, Tenn., is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Cornelia Young and Mrs. Mary
Harper.
Mrs. Minnie Hobbs, of Laurel street
who has been spending the summer in
the North, is at home again. Wliile
uvav Mrs. Hobbs visited Chicago
position in the mailing department of Vpsilanti, Detroit, Cincinnati and sev
the National Baptist Publishing oral other places.
House. She is filling the place made jss i,adye B. Stringer, the clerk
vacant by Miss Ethel Spence, who is 0f Tne Globe Company, who has been
now in Chicago. suffering for several days with facia
Mr. James Taylor, of Sarty, 111., was I neuralgia, is very much improved,
R, P., DeGrafenried
UP-TO-DATE TftlLOn.
Our friends who patronized us at 822 Church St
will find us at the
Capitol Barbershop, BSl
813 Cedar Street.
II. G. FITE,
J. FITK,
A.(i. FITK
bine 3703.
Rooms 3 ft 4.
R. L. MAYFIELD,
LA1AYER.
Fite Bros.,
tailor shop m nmm cub,
Suits made to order from $Ki to $50.
Clothes Cleaned, Tressed, Altered and
Dyed. Ladies' Work a Specialty.
We Guarantee to Tress Ymir Clot lies for
$1.00 Per Month.
If jou want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
see
T. CLAY MOORE,
NOTARY 1TBLIC, RE.U ESTATE AGT.
Pythian Temple,
Offlcc, Main 907. Kes. Main 40U2-Y.
428 J. Fifth J Avenue J North.
410 Celar St.,
Msnni.LFjm.
NEELYSVILLE (MO.) NOTES.
iMiss Edna Luanna Roberson, teach
. I'M . 1 1
er of the Harris scnooi, visnea ner
mother, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., last Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mr. S. F. Fulton is at home again,
after a ten days' vacation.
Miss I-hel Davis, teacher of Hazel
Dell School, spent last Sunday with
friends in Neelysville.
Mr. Theodore G. Walker, of Dick
son, Tenn., and former student of Wal
den University, has charge of the
school at this place.
Mr. C. B. Walker, of Dickson, Tenn.
is visiting his brother, T. G. Walker,
this week.
Rev. and Mm. R. W. Critz and their
daughter, Bessie Marie, left for Little
Rock., Ark., last week., where th lat
ter will attend Arkansas Baptist Col
lege.
Mr. Dave Fulton, of Poplar Bluff,
Mo., visited his parents at this place.
Miss Iska Townsend, of Poplar
Bluff, was with her home folks las
week,
LITTLE GEM CAFE
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
115 Fourth Ave. IN.
Just what its name implies a Per
fect Little Gem bright and cheer
ry, clean tables and white linens.
WELL COOKED FOOD; COUR
TEOUS WAITERS.
LUNCHES. 1 0c and 15c. MEALS 25c.
COPELrtND CO.,
J. H. C0PELAND, MRS. C. M. HORTON.
lO-ll-'OTti
WHEN YOU NKKD YOUR
Hat Trimmed or Feathers Curled
CALL TO SKK
Miss Mary G. Battle,
403 Fifth Avenue, North, or Phone Muln, 168.

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