TUB NASIIVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, ISfrf.
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.
Bros., Tel. 783 Main. Cleaning and
Dyeing Establishment, 303 Fifth ave
nue, North. 10-4-07.
the mother of Mrs. Emma Battle, of
922 Blank street, arrived in the city
Werine&dav. Mrs. Morris will re
sin with her daughter in the luture.
Mrs. Lonnie M. Allman, of Uhatta-
Fin Rigs Of Every Description,
AGENTS WANTED Men and worn-
ento sell household articles, cutlery,
etc. Fine line of Christmas special
ties. We allow liberal commission
also valuable, useful and- beautiful in tit tQ gee president Roosevelt,
premiums. Write M. L. Matlock, rm jher' Mutual Aid Association
115 Orchard avenue, Connellsville, Pa.
nooga, Tenn., is visiting Mr. and Mm
Mia vctnpr Knit uerr. n . - , - 100 nn.n ..-
been ill at her home on Jefferson street s a glster t0 Mr cr.
for the past two weeKS, is auie w Mr gteve Johnson th6 popular
out u. , nni, aisi brick mason, has recently returned
MSf Lm EM?f cn'v llntton of from Atlanta and other places in Geor-
a sister of Mrs C. P. nSst " ia where he has been Buperintend-
Hynes street, who has been attending t Bn&h Construction
Fisk University, is very ill at Merc "b J
n.. 1 ill n tTio'erhnnl LO.
pxiu-ov"'o;"r;rlltA Mr. John Lytton, of Eighth avenue, ..n Tmnn ixirvur iinnju
u , - " -r - 1 t I months, is still confined to his home.
Mrs. H. V. Cashin, her mother, is at R the well.known
tending ner. ,. v.00 iioon cirlr fnr Rpvpral I . .... tn n n
Dr. Robert Burt, of Clarksvilie, was Ml CVI P. ft. NKnVI ft H. K.
nccno, kWUIUIIIIV vw iiuviiiiik ...
Mrs. Henri McCiennon, tormeriy 01
this city, but who is now making hes
J. Ho KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
PHONE, main 41SOi
tv.p Drivers' Mutual Aid Association
held initiatory services Monday night.
Several candidates were made mem
bers, among the number being Mr. Fe
lix Bowling, of Patterson street.
t Thnnma Turner, who has oeen
FOR RENTTwo rooms for light
housekeeping, 1404 Church street.
-Apply before eight in the morning or
after eix in the evening.
FOR RENT Two desirable rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply 131
Fourteenth avenue, North. Mrs. N. J.
hnmf in Shelbwille. Tenn.. arrived New Union station.
, lL r,.i,io niraninr in orLonH n Fourth tb.. North. Telep
in me rjiuaj yvuiu& vv "-" - Leaves
few days with ther mother-in-law, Louisville & Cincinnati. ...3:47am
Mrs George McClennon, Of Four- LoaisTillo & Cincinnati. ...?:Nun
in Memphis on legal business, returned teenth avenue, South On Sunday Loui8Ti? Accm...ai2:m
to the City baturaay. Ohnrleq Thorne Of Tremont EvansvUle & Chicago 7:40pm
Miss V. W. Broughton,-who is at and Mrs. unanes inorne, ui iieuiuu. KTanSTiUe&St 1j0UIS 3:ft7am
Ala connected with the Nor- avenue. Kvansville & St. Louis.... a7:30am
Normal, Ala .S-Mly ln- Miss Bertha North, of Chattanooga, KvansviUe&st Loui. 7:40Pni
i & M' C0U gG' ' " " who has been visiting her cousin, Mrs.
V-Z ir. nninrhm snent Friday Marie Ransom, of Seveir street, has Orleans 2:25am
in Pulaski, where he attended the ban- returned home. ,
quet in honor of Prof. A. T. Hill, the Mr. and Mrs. H D Vooniies, of
newly appointed Secretary of Endow- of Grant street, entertained at lunch-
ment for the K. of P. eon Sunday evening Misses Anne Lou"
ii i)nnoia tho niarksvi ue isp Konerison. rauuy waiMuo, a'ai.
Citv Ticket Oillce. 224
Telephone Main 7;"tf
' 8 :10am
8 :10a in
Have You Catarrh?
Do Your yes Trouble Yon?
Do You Need Glasses?
OR HAVI VuO ANY
TROUBLE WT1I YOUR
ery. -MODiie ana how
Vachvilln A. Hartsville
cofreonSt of'he Nashville Globe, Orlando J. Voorhies and Master Joe "Uj..--
Tlioje main 1829 Roftms 10(5-107 1st Floor
G. F. ANDERSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Laiv,
If my name don't appear in the Telephone
Hook, ask toiormation lorn.
419 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn.
Nashvill & Decatur Ac
Columbia & Mt. Pleasant.. 8:50pra
ShefflA.d, & TuscumDia..'( :tuaiu
EYES, EARS, NOSE
itiW- tttnilv nxr.ent Sunday
u o,na at vnrth cnUntra-street station.
Train arriving at 4:65 p.m. ruin from Mt
Trin arrivinir at 7:45 v m, brings connec
tions from Tuscumbia and Florence.
R.C. WALLIS, W. UU. iumiih,
District Pass. Agent. City Ticket Agent.
r, ,.i ,iQ,ra m thft p iv mis wesT vooruitjs.
w!eek Messrs. S. Mc Utley and H. E. Er
Prof. J. W. DeWees, who for some win have opened first-class dining par
time has been connected with the lors at 19 Lafayette street.
Morning News of Hopkinsville, Ky., Mrs. Dave Compton, of Overton
spent several days in Nashville this street, has been visiting in Louisville
i. nnrl Pinplnnat.l.
t t rr. -nmiiora on nlH Rnffer ato Mnrv Rallpv. nf 711 Smiley 1 MeBSantony
I ILl 1 U ti II V fVHlliltni ui i III. Lj. . l Ulicnuo, vv. o-- I nkj, r - Tra n urn V
practices before ail the state and Federal Williams and'Meharry football player, street, East Nashville, who has been
Courts of Tennessee. . . wh a nnw located in Clarksvilie, was visiting her daughter in Chicago, has
in the city Tuesday. Dr. Williams is returned to the city on account of the
very successful as a practitioner in hi3 illness of her husband,
home city and, likewise, has a large Miss Eva Murrell, who hasi been
circle of friends in this city. teaching a four months school, re-
Mr. and Mrs. G. Washington Camp- turned to the city Monday.
bell entertained at dinner ouuuay hub. kittle .outreii layiur, ui ..... noircc Kl TDArCRIFC AMH
E. Westtield, of Johnsonville, Tenn.; Nashville, who has been quite sick LOW iKItiLO IN uIUliLIlLO AIU
m lit J ,A nt Aflonla P.a I ..!J.1 C . In nrmtn1a.c,nnr m f C ti lit ITC
Mrs. lama wuuuaiu, v. .no."v, ) wun icvei, ib tuuioin,tui, rnrAii iyii ai.
. . ,i m j. T, r, 11AI! TJUinirn 1 H.tniW
and Miss t'isiena iviuuia&uc miss iua uraves, ui imimmyo
Mrs. S. A. Peters, of Atlanta, is in street, left for Indianapolis Sunday, Phone Main 3o38-Y. oUI LVVing Ave.
I i ...:n ,1 n Vie 1 rmi. Tiirrr nnirrc it lull DDAC
tne city. wnere mm win uiwuu wuuo mm 1UU WILL illiu intot riuvto fti iiiiluiwo.
Mi s. Holsey, of Atlanta, is in the brothers, Messrs. Ed and Joseph nfw f,HHM for sale at 50 cents Der aallon.
city undergoing treatment at Wilson s Greerii w m h fa) stock of ds
Rev. J. L. Harding, pastor of Third
Avenue Baptist Church, left the city
last week for a vacation of several Miss Velva Woodfolk, of Henderson, gqrn, 3 cans for 25 cts. NEW TOMATOES,
months for his heaitn.
Incorporated Un.ter the Laws of Tennessee.
OneCent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00.
Does a regular banking business, in
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
Institution of its kind in Tennessee.
IF SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
BOOMS Z and 3
NAPIER C URT.
R. H. Boyd, President,
J. W. Bostick, VicePrerldcnt.
T.C. Napier, Cashier,
" C.N. Langston, Teller.
4)1 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH.
Have your washing done at
the Economical Steam
Laundry. Let us
ROUGH Dill' WORK i-jfii-
Mrs. Hattie Wilson, of Fort Wayne, new &weet and sour pickle herring are just grand. We
Tnd., was in the city Monday and Tues- a yar,ety neV oatSi harmony and grits. Our
day, the guest of Mrs, H. E. Stringer. are a right
Miss Velva Woodfolk, of Henderson, r m 3 Mns 25 cts. NEW TOMATOES,
Kv la nttprirlinsr Fisk UnlversltV. 1 Ik ran inrt FAR Y Jl NF PtAS. i cans. CIS.
fra Tniia Hill, nf I ndiaiiaDOlis. ait- vf,.P Tnn nniiov ia vlftltiner her !ah nAU inrvnratfwl rvPArhp thft nn the market.
illliJi 7 iTi IO, i UVt ivj a VUI II V V lUpVI U IVU jivuviivw, w w-
er spending two months with her par- nl0tner jn Chicago. 10 cts. per lb. We carry a full line of stove-pipes,
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cook, of Stevenson Mr Aibert Seay, of Sixth avenue, skuttles and shovels. We also carry a nice line of
W. F. Robertson
Now Occupy a New First-class Shop with
HOT AND COLD BATH
Mr. Robt. DJi, Nashville's popular barber
13 now with us.
avenue, returned to her home last Sat
Miss Lizzie Allen, who is now the
musical instructor at. the St. Paul In
dustrial School, has sent out some
beautiful post cards to friends in Nash
ville. Mr. Henry A. Boyd, the Assistant
Secretary of the National Baptist Pub
lishing Board, will leave Monday for
Mississippi and Georgia to meet two
nrsa Rnntist meetings, if his little
(laughter continues to improve.
Mrs. Josie Bradford, of 132 Four
teenth avenue, North, is spending the
week in Smyrna, Tenn., with friends
ThP Olobe Publishing Company is
asking all the readers of the Nashville
.l 1 . aiuii. j t ' - l "'v" - - -
North was very much disabled last country and western brand shoulders and sides.
week, but at the present writing ne
is somewhat improved, though he has
not fully recovered.
The old folks' concert at Salem A.
M. Fi Church was a creditable af
fair. The many friends of the Misses
Dozier. of Northeast Nasnvine
(White's Creek pike) will regret to
learn of the death of their beloved
mother, who departed this life a few
clays ago. The funeral was solem
nized at Payne Chapel A. M. E. Church
last Tuesday morning at eleven
Messrs. O. H. Sublett and J. R. Rob
R. R, DeGrafenried
Our friends who patron-zed us at 822 Church St
will find us at the
Capitol Barbershop, BBul(X'K.
813 Cedar Street.
II. (1 KITE,
A. ;. KITE
SUITS MADE TO OIlDElt.
Strict Attention Paid to Ladies' Work.
CLEANING, DYEING AND RE
-412 Cedar Street.
Hr. J. B. Singleton, Jlgr.
D. WESLEY CRUTCIIFR.
WILL BI5 ri.KASED 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
liats and Men's Furnishing Goods
At Moderate Prices.
M. G. DODSON
1011 Watkins Street.
When you think of signs think of
The Missionary and Educational
Union will hold a special meeting Fri
day, November 1, at the Sylvan Street
Eiftptist Church. Meeting will open
at 8:30 p. m. We invite all the wom
en who are interested in the new
Roger Williams to be present and
make some definite plan to help in the
prosecution of that movement. We
hope each Baptist Church will he rep
ww.nr.tu.i p.lfvininirs from the Na
tional Baptist Convention by Mrs.
Wm. .Hayncs and others. Snlo by Mrs.
Nellie Moore. We hope to have "a
larrP and ei.husiastic meeting.
M TT. FLOWERS, Pres.
CARRIE DICKERSON. Scq.
inson. of Fisk University, visited Miss-
asking all the readers or tne aBnyiiu H and Sadie Foster
Globe, in and out of the city, to send laBf G,1Tw1nv
around. Put the money in n n . McKlMMk had been com
2Md WSSr K h'vi , Plaining for the past two weeks, but
ruurm avenue, wim, .
Mr. F. J. Work is in the city atter
an absence of about twelve days, which
were spent at the Jamestown Exposi
T.ittlR Katie Albertine Boyd, who
has been suffering with typhoid fever,
had not lost much time in tne sick
room. lie was at his work Tuesday,
hnt was a eornse Wednesday morning.
The funeral of Mr. Sam Gooch, who
difxi pailv this week, took place at
thp rpsidence of the family at 419 Mc-
l.eniore street. Mr. Gooch had heen
Rooms 3 & 4.
has been JuuennB wun ty i -- ,n or health for a few weeks and
was reported by the physician ana tne ' . meilical aid
nurse as convalescing on luesnay o. au He leaves a
PvotV. D. Crenshaw, a prominent wife and mother. The funeral serv
member of the First Baptist Church Ices were held Monday, Rev. C. H.
and teacher in the same Sunday school, Clark officiating.
hSri"ptert an invitation to address Miss Louise Pierce a niece of Mr.
Mt 01 ve Baptist Sunday School on Stephen Pierce, was burled Monday.
r . . t, on no r,v. Thf fnnpral svervices were held at Mt.
snnriav mornnm. nc ' aa 7 . , , Vw oti.
positor of the Sunday school lesson in Olive iiaptist nurcn 410 fedar St.,
LnnHnn with his address, which the pastor, officiating. The deceased
will be about 10:30 a. ra. was a member of said church ana tne
During their sojourn here Mrs. k. tunerai was larguiy ausiiueu.
R. L. MAYFIELD,
TAILOR SHOP Ai) Umi CUB,
Suits iiiiuli1 to oriliT from $15 to $50.
Clothes Cleaned, l'rtsscd, Altered and
Dyed. Ladies' Work a Specialty.
We Guarantee to hiss Your (lollies for
$1.00 Per Month.
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want lo rent,
T, CLAY MOORE,
SOTMV ITIil.ll', llllll ESTATE .HIT.
OHlce, Main 1)(J7. Kes. .Main 40U2-Y,
428 J Fifth c Avenue t North,
Westfield. of Johnsonville, lenn., anu
Mrs. Tama Woodard, of Atlanta. Ga.,
wore the recipients of social courte
sies at the hands of Misses Estella
Montague and Henri Maxine Campbell.
Mr. Arthur G. Price lett tne ciiy
Wednesday night for the North on a
business trip. His stay will be in
definite. 'Mrs. Price and daughter,
Grace Lucile, will remain in the city
for the present.
Mr. Floyd Davidson, foreman of the
press-room of the A. M. E. Church S.
S. II., was unable to be at his post of
duty Wednesday on account of ill
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Graves, of
South Nashville, were guests of Miss
Donie Smith, of Williams and Sev
Mrs. Eliza Turner, of West Nash
ville, is able to be out again.
Mr. Edward HoiiFe, of 707 Sevier
ctvoft wns rHe-MIv indisnosed the
first of the week.
Mrs. Fannie Morris, of Chattanooga,
Miss Julia Brown, formerly of this
city, but now of St. Louis, was mar
vifd last. Tuesdav night to Rev.
.lames L. Fhillins at the home of Mr.
and Mis. Robert Bush. Many hand-
snmp nresents were received.
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes and family leu
Monday night for Wartrace, Tenn., to
attend the bedside ' of her nepnew,
It is reported that Mrs. Hannah Nor
ton, formerly of this city, aie-a recent
ly in Virginia.
BENEVOLENT ORDER NO. 81.
Benevolent Order No. 81 had quite
v successful meeting last Monday
nifht After the routine of business
the PmHf nt, W. W. Williams, recom
mended that the Order donate $5.00
Ulster Minnie Raeland. who sus-
Quite a merry crowd of young men
and ladies enjoyed themselves im
menselv at the attractive home of Mr
and Mrs. Russell Howard, 100C Edge
hill street, on Thursday night of last
week. Music and dancing were the
pleasures of the evening. At an ap
propriate hour a two-course menu was
served. Those present were Misses E.
Andrews, S. Harding, A. M. Hardy,
L. C. Bcxley, M. E. Sherrod, M. Davis,
B. Wells, . Irving, F. M. Perkins, J.
V. Anthony, L. Harwell, M. Hillsman;
Mr. and Mrs. It. Whiteside, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. S.
F. White. Mrs. L. L. Ray, Mrs. Ham
mond; Messrs. L. Miller, J. English,
S. Tennor, D. Boxley, J. Penny, R.
Hodge. A. Brown, D. J. Irving, H.
Tiro TT Rhodes. J. H. Lovell. Mr.
Sterling Austin presided at the piano.
LITTLE GEM CAFE
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
115 Rourtln Ave.
ainot tne loss or ner noiii nrifo,i n thfi rase
MvS a- by fl.e, which was promptly a q V Wa MaT the tailor,
,1nn?- T?'H. wa' wife. Estella Watkins, in
on'hand. Itfi Bon4 Circuit Court, October 2
Just what its name implies a Per
fect Little Gem bright and cheer
ry, clean tables and white linens.
WELL COOKED FOOD; COUR
LUNCHES, lOcand 15c. MEALS 25c.
J. H. G0PLLAND, MRS. C. M. IIORTON.
A SITTING HORSE.
Bisho)) Tyrce owns a horse that may
well be classed with the "Weary Wil'
lies." Old Henry is his name, and
he is so languid he sits down and
crosses his legs alter each meal to
take a rest. He has not as yet ex
hibited the Irish habit of smoking.
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