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WANTED.
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
"premiums. Write M. L. Matlock,
'l5 Orchard avenue, Connellsville, Pa.
10-25-07 t4 "
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping, 1404 Church street.
Apply before eight in the morning or
after elx In the evening.
FOR RENT Two desirable rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply 131
Fourteenth avenue, North. Mrs. N. J.
Anderson.
Tlune Main 1829 Rooms 100-107 1st Floor
BOYD BUILDING.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Practices before all the State and Federal
Courts of Tennessee.
If ray name don't appear in the Telephone
Book, ask information for it.
419 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn
Incorporated linger the laws of Tennessee.
0neCent 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.
ft. H. Boyd, President,
J.W. Bostick, Vice President,
J.C. Napier, Cashier,
. C.N. Langston, Teller.
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411 FOURTH AVENlt, NORTH,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
ECONOMICAL
STEAM LAUNDRY
Have your washing done at
the Economical Steam
Laundry. Let us
-do your
ROUGH DRY WORK j.
-41:2 Cedar Street.
Ilr. J. I. Singleton, JIgr.
1). WESLEY CRUTGHFR,
WILL BE PLEASED TO IIAVK
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
At Moderate Prices.
M. G. DODSON
Sign Painter
1011 VVatkins Street.
When you think of signs think of
MR. DODSON.
10-27-4t
STAR DRUG STORE.
I CARRY A POM LINE OF
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Smla Water.
J.W.WINSTON, Prop.,
OO I BwltiK Avenue.
FREE OYSTER SUPPER.
The Day Home Club met at the
home for children on Fourth avenue,
South, last Wednesday and decided to
give an oyster supper at the home,
531 Fourth avenue, South, next Tues
day from 5 to 10 p. m. for the benefit
of the home. A small feo for admis
sion will be asked, and the supper will
he dispensed free. An impromptu
program will be had. All friends and
well-wishers of the homo are cordially
invited. Something; of interest will
be learned of the home at this affair.
Watch for the premium offer by the
Globe Publishing Co. More for the
money than Ins ever been given be
fore. You cannot afford to miss get
ting one.
CITY ITEMS, j
Mrs. Marv Williams. , of 1404 Four
teenth avenue, South, who has been
seriously ill for some time, is rapidly
ThA class-of Esciuires. numbering
about 18 young men, was knighted at
Pythian Hall, last Sunday arternoou
Tho Fisk Cxlee Club will give a con
cert in Columbia the latter part of this
month .
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes; of 3 Garden
Rtreot. have a fine daughter
Mrs Mavme Greer, of Heffernan
street who is instructor of music at
M. and F. College at Hopkinsville,
K'v was in (the city on business the
latter part of last week. She left for
her school on the eany tram .vionaay
morn inc.'
Mrs. Oliver, of 920 ' Cumberland
street, is better.
Mrs. Mitchell Holbroofcs, of Jeffer-
snn street. Is indisposed.
Mrs. Nellie Young, of Jefferson
street, who has been ill for several
dnvs. is ramdly improving.
Mrs. Julia Arnold, of Twelfth ave
nue, North, who has been sick for
more than a month, is siowiy im
nrovinsr.
Miss Margaret Thompson, of 140i
Tw.mont avenue, left the city last
Thursday for Normal, Ala.,, where
she will renew her studies at the A.
Sr. M. College.
Mrs. Ada Lee King, of 513 Fourth
avenue, South, was quite sick the first
of the week.
The literary and musical entertain
ment for the benefit of First Baptist
Church on the 8th inist, by the Young
Mens Christian Association of Me-
harry Medical College, promises to
ho ri errand affair.
Rev. John S. Gilmore, of Columbia,
Tenn.. was in the city Wednesday.
. Miss Gertrude and Alonzo Harlan,
of Columbia, who have been visiting
their mother and attending the A. M.
E. Conference, left Monday for their
home.
Miss Mayune Brown was the guest
of Miss Elnora Deaden, of ll00 becona
South, last Sunday,
Mr. J. N. Lewis, the superintendent
and clerk of Mt. Gilead Baptist
Church, though confined to hl3 room,
is improving slowly.
, Mrs. Daniel Battle, little Mary Kath
erine Louise and Miss Carrie B. Page
will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Page, of Murfreesboro, on bun
dav. November 10
Misses Mary Pouter and Janie
nrppn of Columbia. Tenn,. visited
Mrs. Genie B. Williams, of 1004 Mc-
Lemore street, last woeic
Misses Ilattie Sargeant and Norvel
la Brown, of Columbia, spent Sunday
and Monday in the city, the guests of
Musi. McKnisrht. of Division street.
TAttlft Tommie C. Moore, of Hynes
street, is suffering from the effects of
ti heaw cold
Mrs. Alma Officer, of 701 Sevier
street, left the city last Salturday for
Memphis, where she will spend the
winter.
Little Loutrell Taylor, of West
Nashville, is improving.
Miss Gertrude Mayberry was in the
eilty Saturday and Sunday.
Deacon John Tate, of- Mt. Olive
Church, is quite sick at his home on
Pearl street.
Mr. Philip Thompson, who lives sev
eral miles on the Nolensville pike,
was thrown from his horse Monday
night and his hip was broken. ne
was brought to the city and carried
to a local infirmary for medical atteu-
t.inn .
Mir. John B. Sims who is employed
nt the office of N.. C. & St. U itau
1-rvn.d. me, with a very serious accident
Monday afternoon. While coupling
two box cars, his left hand was
cau chit and three of his fingers were
so badly crushed that it was necessary
to have them amputated.
Dr. J. A. McMillan, has purchased
n. verv desirable niece of improved
real estate on the comer of Cedar and
StfiTiowa.il streets
Mrs. II .T. Noel, wife of Dr. Noel,
and his son and daughter are now in
Phoenix, Ariz., well pleased with the
nhicp. Thev stomxjd en route at Kan
sag City, Mo., the guest of Prof. II.
Waldcn, formerly of Roger Williams
University. Miss Jennie isoel was en
tertained by Miss Edmonia Hubbell
once a prominent figure in tho Mo
.art Club of Fisk University.
Mrs. Jda B. Luckey. who has been
visiting In the sitate for the last two
months, has returned to Prairie view
State Normal, of Prairie View,
Texas. Mrs. Luckey was the guest of
Mrs. I. B. Scott, of this cilty, and Mrs.
Svnns, her mother, of Franklin.
Mis Cornelia B. Scott is enjoying
her work at New Orleans University.
She expects to finish from that school
this year.
Mr. Lucius Gilmore, son of Rev. and
Mrs. J. S. Gilmore, of Columbia, ar
rived in the city last Friday night.
Prof. H. T. Kealing and Dr. Watson,
nf Philadelphia, who attended the A.
M. E. Conference in this city, were the
guests of Mrs. Eliza Garland and Mrs.
Ellen Franklin.
Murfreesboro, en route to their home,
stopped over in the city and were the
guests of Mr .and Mrs. Wm. Richard
son, of 1207 Philllns street, where thev
were entertained witn a ngnt mncn-
eon.
Mrs. Samuel Robertson, of C21 Web
ster street, who has been seriously ill
with bronchitis, 13 slowly recovering.
Lightfoot Lodge, K. of P., of which
J. P. Porter is C. C, initiated two can
didates in the rage and Esquire ranks
Monday night.
Rev. E. W. D. Isaac. Editor of the
National BaDtist Union, has been in
disposed since his return from a trip
to Alabama, Georgia ana Florida.
Mrs. Bettie Childress, of Murfrees
boro, ,was in the city a few days visit
ing her daughter.
Mrs. Susie A. Mormon has returned
home.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hardiman. of 625
Etehth avenue. South, have returned
from Grenada, Miss. They will re
sume their courses of study in the lit
erary department of walden Univer
Mr. Tim Armstrone and Willie Mae
Hildrith were married Sunday after
noon at the residence of her sister,
Mrs. II. G. Ewing, and left for Clarks
ville, where they will be until Christmas.
Mr. R. E. Gee. of Jefferson street,
has been suffering with tonsilitis for
the nast week.
The first nublic rhetoricals of the
scholastic year will be held at Fisk
University to-night.
Miss Stella Montague was Indis
posed for several days this week, but
is now able to be out.
.Mr. R. L. Mays, who formerly re
sided in this city, spent several days
here this week. Mr. Mays lert ior
Chicago Wednesday.
.Mr. James Watkins. an account of
whose injury was published in last
week's Globe, is rapidly improving.
The Globe was In error as to Mr.
Watkins' right hand being hurt. It
was the left hand.
Air. Guv Hamnton made a flying
trip Sunday to Bowling Green, Ky.,
where he was the guest of Miss Bessie
Pennix.
The concert at Bethel A. M. E.
Church last Monday was quite a suc
cess.
The members of Benevolent Order
No. 81 will hold their annual memorial
meeting Sunday at 2:30 p. m.
Mr. Wm. Richardson received a se
vere cut on his hand Monday while at
work at the Utopia Hotel. The wound
Is very painful but not serious.
Mrs. Emma Lee Thompson, of Shel-
hwille. returned to her home after
spending a few weeks with Mrs. Liz
zie Cannon, of G36 Wetmore street,
and Mrs. Annie Ramsey, of 18 Fill
more street.
Mrs. L. H. Cannon. C3G Wetmore
street, has returned to the city after
spending four weeks with her daugh
ter in St .Louis.
Mesdames Carrie Minor and Mary
Minor have returned to the city since
their aunt is so much improved.
Mr. E. P. Adams left Saturday for
St. Louis, where he will reside in the
future.
Mrs. Effie Jordan will spend the win
ter in Shelbyville.
Mr. Everett Bond, of Lea avenue, is
indisposed.
Mrs. Marv Knott, of Grundy street,
has gone to the City Hospital to have
an operation performed.
Miss Nellie E. King, of lGlli Patter
son street, who has been suffering from
a slight attack of pleurisy, is able to
he at her post of duty.
Prof. J. B. Watson, who visited this
city several years ago to. witness the
commencement exercises at Fisk, is
now a teacher of science at the At
lanta Baptist College. He is a gradu
ate of Brown University. He was re
cently married to Miss Ilattie Ruth
erford, of Atlanta, which will no doubt
he news of interest to his Nashville
friends.
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LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fin Rica of Every Description.
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PHONE, Alain 4186.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
2 to If
Louisville & Hashvilis R. R.
New UnioB Station. City Ticket OfUee, 224
Fourth are., Nortn.' Telephone Main 758.
Leaves. Arrive.
Louisville & Cincinnati. ...a:i7ara r.lSam
Louisville & Cincinnati TiMain j:27am
Louisville & Cincinnati.... 8:0tpra 8:35pm
Louisville Accomoda....a12 :20pm a3 :06pm
Kvansville & Chicago 3:A7am i :05am
Kvansville & Chicago 7:40pm 8:10am
Kvansville A St. Louis 3:67am 2:06am
Kvansville & St. Louis.... a7 :30am a8:IOpm
Kvansville & St Louis 7:40pm 8:10am
ltirminirham. Montgom
ery, Mobile and New
Orleans.. , 2:25am 3:37am
Binutngnam, uentgom-
, Mobile ana Mew
Have You Catarrh?
Do Your Eyes Trouble You?
Do You Need Glasses?
OR HA"VE YOU ANY
TROUBLE WJTH YOUR
8 :45am 7 :25pm
10:16am
ry. M
Orleans
Vaehvill A. SnntttTille
Accommodation 3:10pm
Nasnvuie iiansviuu
Accommodation 5:10pm f?:50am
Hopkinsville Accom'oda...a5:45pm 10:00am
Nashville A Clarktvthe
Accommodation 4:15pm t8:17am
onmmndntinn 8:50t)m 10:10am
Columbia & Mt. Pleasant. . 8:50pm 7:'i5pm
Columbia, Florence,
Sheffield, & Tuscumbia..7:40am 5:00pm
ibi1 tltnilv nir.entSnndav.
a Stnna nt Nnrth Vifipfffi-Ktruet station
Train arriving at 4:55 p.m. rani from Mt.
rieasanioniy.
Train arriving at 7:45 p m brings connec
tions from Tuscumbia and Florence.
u n Winn W. Hal. MU8TA1NK.
District Pass. Agent. Citv.Ticket Agent.
Wartrace to be present at a family re
union "Sunday. Their parents, Mr
and Mrs. John Webster,' will entertain
with a 'possum ' dinner to which a
large number of relatives have been
invited.
EYES, EARS, NOSE
or THROAT?
IF SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
SPECIALIST,
ROOMS 2 and 3 NASHVILLE,
NAPIER COURT. TENN.
II. 6. FITE,
J. FITK,
1. 0. FITE
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ewin, of In
dianapolis, who have been visiting in
The Pressing Club No. 6 met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Barnes, 1411
Pearl street. After business was over
there was music by Misses Brucie Mai
Ewing, Vannoy C. Webster and Eva
Jena Barnes. A light menu was served,
consisting of ices and cake.
Prof, and Mrs. S. II. Archer are re
joicing over the addition to their fam
ily. There are just four in the family
now. The last is a line baby girl, who
comes "to share the joys and the toys"
of the Archer family. Prof. Archer Is
a member of the faculty of the At
lanta Baptist College and is known as
one of the old Rogerites of this city.
Mrs. Maceie Ogleton, of Columbia,
spent a few days of this week In the
city. She attencul the Conference,
and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Jno. Brown, of Bass street.
Quite a number of people from
Columbia. Tenn., were in the city Sun
day attending the A. M. E. Confer
ence.
Prof. J. II. Kelly, and daughter, Miss
Maggie Kelly, of Columbia, Tenn.,
spent Saturday and Sunday in the
eitv. They were the guests or Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Kelly Jr., of C53 Bass
street.
Mrs. Ottle Ophelia Dodsoh, of Jef
ferson street, who has been sick for
several weeks, is on the road to re
covery. Mrs. and Mrs. John Barnes and fam
ily, of 1411 Pearl street, left to-day lor
NEW CASTOR COMES TO HOWARD
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
Special "services were also held, at
Howard Congregational Church last
Sunday, Rev. G. U Imes, the new pah-
tor, who comes to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Dr. James
Bond, preaching his Initial sermon'.
He made a good Impression upon his
audience, taking for the theme of his
discourse, "Love," and regarding it tu
one of the most potent factors in the
life and happiness of man, a great
world problem, solved only by the life
and works of Christ, as manifieisted in
his work for man while on earth. Ills
text was, "A New Commandment I
give unto you that ye love one an
other as I have loved you." He
stated that many neople desired va
rious things for their personal anu
selifish. satisfaction in life, some the
pleasures of the senses, some fame,
wealth and glory, others power, but
at the end each must lay these down,
and the soul would find itself naked
and gaunt in its miserable poverty.
In the course of his remarks he said
'In these days of economic devel
opment, fraught with strife, rivalry
and competition, we are perfectly fa
miliar with the situations in which
those manifestations which we com
monly recognize as the activities
of love, but the by-oroducts, as it
were, of the whole system, designed
themselves to further selfish ends. In
the struggle for place, power and pre
ferment, little time Is given to think
how another fares, unless it be to
watch that he win not in the race.
Nat so Is love, but with mind, heart,
strength, every energy Is bent in the
complete denial of self, to the end that
the lives touched in daily contact
imay each one be enlarged, strength
ened and purified. Love is unchange
able, it is eternal; it is undivided.
To take one's all and in act of lifelong
devotion, pour it out in the service of
kindred passing souls; to consciously
choose the highest, noblest ends of
existence, and with all one's capaci
tie.9, energies and being, strive for the
realization, not in intangible ideals,
but as identified with striving, yearn
ing, living flesh and 'blood this is
love. As we go about our work, as
we Intend the helping of men'9 lives
by our worda and deeds, Jesus salth
unto us, 'This is my commandment,
that you love one another even as I
have loved you. Greater love hath
no man than this, that he lay down his
life for his friends.' Exchange."
Flte Bros.,
TAILOR SHOP AND PRESSING CLIB,
Suits made to order from $15 to $50.
Clothes Cleaned, Pressed, Altei and
Dyed. Ladies' Work a SpeciaK
We Guarantee ti Fress Your Clothes', .or
Sl.00 Per Month.
If you want to bnjf
If 70a want to sell,
If you want to rent,
SEE
T. CLAY MOORE,
SOTARV ri'DLIC, REAL ESTATE ACT.
Pythlon Temple,
Office, Main 967. Res. Main 4092-Y.
428 Fifth Avenue o North.
Phone 2703.
Rooms 3 & 4.
REV. J. L. HARDING IMPROVING.
A letter dated October 29, from Den
vpr CcxV. written to Mr. II. A. Boyd
assistant, secretary of the National
i Baptist Publishing Board, from Rev
J. I j. Harding, a member of the 1'uo
lishing Board, who is in Denver for
his health, states that he is Improving
ranldlv. and the' he already reels
rreatly the benefit of his sojourn in
thA Wesit. He desires to oe remem
bered to all inquiring friends and es
nociall solicits their prayers. He did
not know at the time of writing when
bo wmild return to the Volunteer
Sitate,
R. L. MAYFIELD,
LAWYER.
410 Cedar St.,
MSHYlLLt:,mx.
THERE WILL BE
A GRAND LECTURE
AT THE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Eighth Avtnue, North,
REV. W. 5. ELLINGTON, PASTOR.
FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15,
ON
"The Church and its Rela
tion to the Community, "
by :
rev. c. h. clark. d. d..
Pastor of Mount Olive Baptist Church.
The interest alreadv manifested curan-
tees a very Urge attendance. The Ml."
Olive Baptist IJhurch choir and tlie Inrsv
Baptist Church choir of East Nashville
will render music for the occasion. This
entertainment is arranged by Club No. I
Leaders, Mr. A. B. Carter and Mrs. Genie
Williams.
ADMISSION

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