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'TT.T.E GLOBE. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1M7.
THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15,. 1907.
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AGENTS WANTED Men and worn-
ento sell household articles, cutlery,
etc. Fine line of Christmas special-
ties. We allow liberal commission 0j
also valuable, useful and beautiful
premiums. Write M. L. Matlock,
11 LSC avenue Connellsville, Pa.
agents Wo have that money
maker. Address! THE MANAGER,
Box 471, Ft. Worth, Tex.
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping, 1404 Church street.
Apply before eight in the morning or
after cix in ihe evening.
FOR RENT Two desirable rooms
for lisrht. housekee-Dinz. Armlv 131
'Fourteenth avenue. North. Mrs. N. J.
Thine Main 1829
Rooms 10G-107 1st Floor
G. F. ANDERSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Lawf
Practices before all the State and Federal
Courts of Tennessee.
If my name don't appear in the Telephone
hook, as lniormation tor it.
419 Cedar St., NashYilla, Tenn.
Incorporated Un.tcr the taws of Tennessee.
OncCent 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.
R. H. Boyd, President,
J. VV. BostIck, Vice President,
J. C. Naphuj, Cashier,
CN. Langston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH,
Have your washing done at
the Economical Steam
Laundry. Let us
liOlltill Mil WMiK 'fc
A2, Cedar Street,
Dr. J. B. Singleton, JIgr.
D. WESLEY CRUTCHfR.
WIIX BE PLEASED TO HAVE
YOU CAIJ, ON HIM AT
HAIMAN y LOEB'S,
226 FOURTH AVE., NORTH,
Where he vill be glad to show you an
elegant stock of high grade, up-to-date
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods
At Moderate Prices.
M. G. DODSON
Sign Rei inter
" 1011 Watkins Street.
When you think of signs think of
STAR DRUG STORE.
I CARRY A FULL LINUOF
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Soda Water.
Mrs. Oltie O. Dodson,-of 1734 .Jef
ferson street, who has been sick for
several weeks, .is up again.
Mr. Ed. Ewing, who lives at Jim
Town, has been critically ill for the
past few weeks, but is now improving
Mr. Solomon Kelly, who lives on
the corner of Fifteenth avenue an
Cedar street, was stricken with paraly
sis on the Sth inst., and is seriously
Mr. Fred. J. Ewing has severed his
connection with the composing room
of the National Baptist Publishing
Board to enter the business arena.
j CITY ITEMS.
Dr. C. 0. Hadley has been suffering
for several days from a slight attack
Adivces received from Frof. A. T.
Landers, of the famous Tuskegee In-
sUtute stateg that he ls very favorably
impressed with his new position.
Prof. Landers says: 4 Send me the
Globe. I cannot do without it".
Mrs. J. Milton Easterling, of Chat
tanooga, has sufficently recovered
from her recent illness as to permit
the return of her mother, Mrs. Emma
Battle, of 922 Blank street, to this
city. Mrs. Battle arrived in the city
It.'E. Gee, who has been confined to
his home on Jefferson street by ton-
silitisY is much better, being able to
Five candidates were knighted at
the Pythian Temple Sunday afternoon
All of them were for Stonewall Lodge,
Mrs. John Tucker entertained on last
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Russel, who
were isitinS her daughter, Mrs. T. II
vuubuu, ui jio wiintu suwu
Mr. Thomas Birdsong, of Columbia,
was in the city this week
Miss Elizabeth Moore and Mrs
Grace, of Houston, Texas, visited the
Globe office this week
Mr. J. G. Tixndale, 301G Calement
avenue, Chicago was in the city last
week. Ho was entertained by Messrs
W. P. Gregory, C. C. Cannon and Wm
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Streeter, of
Chicago, who formerly lived in this
city, iue me piuuu purems ui a ua-uy
Mr. J. II. Floyd, of 905 Hawkins
street, is able to be out after a few
Miss Hettie Phillips was indisposed
last week, suffering with neuralgia.
Miss Mammie Vaughn is on the sic
list this week.
Mrs. Eura McCantes gave a kitchen
shower Wednesday night for the brida
party of Mr. and Mrs. Bell. Many
presents were received.
A "Queen's Entertainment" will bo
given at New Hope Baptist Church
on Monday night, Nov. 25, for the ben
efit of the church choir. Miss Minnie
Palmer, Queen of England; Miss
Fannie Jackson, Queen of Russia
Messrs-. G. W. Cartwright, V. C. Shef
field and Mrs. J. L. Cheatham, Gener
Mrs. Willa M. Perkins English, of
3S0 South Marshfield avenue, Ch
cago, is very sick with palpitation o
Mr. John Henry Burton, of Portland,
Oregon, is still in the city with his
sister, Miss Emma Burton, of Sll Di
vision street. Mr. Burton is building
a four room cottage on Ninth avenue,
South and will start for home as soon
as it is completed.
Miss Zenith McCarthren, who has
been visiting Mrs. Collman and brother
in St. Louis for the last month, will
return to the city Wednesday on ac
count of the illness of her sister at
Mrs. James Lapsley, of 820 Eleventh
avenue, North, visited her sister, Mrs.
John Collins, at Glencliff, Sunday.
Mr. Ed Ewing, of the Murfreesboro
road, who has been very sick for sev
eral weeks, is convalescing slowly.
Mr. J. A. Porter, of this city, is now
salesman for the Kimball Piano House
Fifth Avenue and Union.
Mr. J. J. Lay, of Nashville, was
awarded a Silver Medal by the James
town Exposition on his exhibit of
Mrs. Hattie Bender, of Webster
street, is a little indisposed.
Mrs. Laura Fite, who has been ser
iously ill, is able to be up.
Mrs. Esther Robinson, of Webster
street, who has been sick for some
time, is improving.
Rev. H. D. Prowd, D. D., a very elo
quent speaker who has been interested
in the foreign mission work among
the Baptists, is expected in Nashville,
Sunday, November 17, either at 11
o'clock service of night service at
the Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
Mrs. J. W. Bostic, of Seventeenth
avenue, South, entertained at lunch
last Friday evening in honor of her
sister, Mrs. Lula Ellis, of Indian Ter
ritory. Those present were Mrs. Ellis,
Misses Tennio L. Hughes, Georgia A
Bradford, Messrs. John Callaway and
Henry A. Boyd.
Rev. Mr. Luckett is in the city and
will fill the pulpit at Jackson Temple
C. M. E. Church, Sunday, at 11 a. m
and 8 p. m.
Mrs. J. Blaine Boyd, of Fourteenth
avenue, North entertained at dinner
Thursday, November 7, in honor of
her husband's birthday. She had
prepared a very dainty menu for the
occasion. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Boyd, Dr. and Mrs. W
R. Baker, Miss Georgia A. Bradford
and Mr. Henry A. Boyd. The dinner
was in the nature of a surprise to Mr
Boyd, but he has not as yet toid his ex
Miss Annie E. Grace, of Wiley
university, luarsnaii, Texas, was
among the cnteresting delegates to
the W. C. T. U. She was the guest.
of Miss Lizzie Moore, at Seventeenth
avenue, North, while in the sity.
Mr. Louis K. Thomas, the popular
treasurer of the National Athletic As
sociation of this city, who was suffer
ing from a heavy cold the first of the
week, is improving.
Miss Inez E. Upshaw, of Pulaski,
Tenn, is spending awhile in the city
with Miss Georgia Buford and Mrs.
Mrs. Missouri Allen is spending a
few days in the city with her brother,
?rof. J. B. Batte.
Mesdames Nancy Cleveland, Leatha
Budd and. Mattie Brown left the city
for their home at Pulaski, after spend-
ng about two weeks in the city.
Mrs." G. W. Gibson is on the sick
ist this week.
Mrs. Geo. O. Boyd, of Eighth avenue,
North, is suffering from a serious cold
contracted several days ago.
The ladies of St. Paul A. M. E.
Church are arranging to serve light
unch every Thursday night, just be
fore and after class services.
Mrs. Millie Howard, of Aspen Hill,
after spending a week in the city vis
iting her daughter, Ella, left Thurs
day evening for her home.
The members of St. Paul A. M. E.
Church have at last awakened to the
sense of their duty and will begin at
once to make preparations to repair
Mrs. Tannic Hamilton, of West
Nashville, is much improved this week.
There is nothing like having things
neatly prepared for the holidays. A
lot of nice decorations will make the '
home cheerful and the children happy.
Better get some of our Christmas Tree
Candles and Tissue Banners. They
will add to your home or church's ap
pearance and can be had cheap. Call
at the National Baptist Publishing
Board for them, 523 Second avenue,
The Young Ladies' Progressive Club
of St. Paul will give a parlor concert
at- the residence of Miss C. Mildred
Bryant on Friday night, November 22,
There is a large variety of Christ
mas cards to be had at the Baptist
Get the diamond-shaped paper gar
lands. They are the best for Christ
mas decorations; they can be had at
the Baptist Publishing House.
Our Santa Claus Log and Brick
Houses are just the things to give the
little ones for a nice time during the
Christmas holidays. You might get
Sue "r irar b,dlr, t0tl dteco1i;ale
with at the National Baptist Pub-
lishing Board, 523 Second avenue, N.
Mrs. M. B. Buford, who has been
teaching at Lynnville, Tenn., ls at
home for a few weeks. , Messrs M. C. J
Buford, of Buford Station, Bedford!
Buford, of Chicago, E. S. Rose of Lynn
ville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bu-
ord, of Fogg street, during the A. M.
Mrs. Delia Braden, of Lynnville,
was the guest of Mrs. Robert Woods
during the conference, -
Misses Penina Woods, Pearlie
Marshbank and Annie Boyd, of
Lynnville, have returned to Walden
and are stopping at 338 Vernon ave
nue. Messrs. Andie Cox, Erney Vincent,
Alexander Johnson, of Lynnville, have
returned to Walden.
Mr. Henry Dougherty, of Lynnville,
BOYD & BATTLE, the popular liv-.
erymen, will be pleased to serve you
for the football game Saturday and on
any occasion when you need anything
in our line of business. We have some
swell turnouts. Cor. Cedar and Tenth
avenue, N., or 'phone Main 449G-Y.
News has reached Nashville of the
death of Mr. Julius Cox, of Tuskegee
Institute. Mr. Cox was the traveling
Secretary to Prof. B. T. Washington.
He was a native Ohion. He leaves a
wife and several children.
The contents of the Press Rooms of
the National Baptist Publishing Board
are being moved this week to their
Little Katie Albertine Boyd, the
daughter of Mr. II. A. Boyd, is now
convalescing. She is to enter school
Editor J. O. Battle celebrated his
birthday on the 9th with a stag
to the Globe Publishing Company.
Little Loutrell Taylor, of West Nash
ville, is improving.
Mr. A. M. Cockrill and Elder P. F.
Hill left the city Thursday for West
Tennessee in the interest of the U.
J. Thomas Turner ls in Memphis on
Andrew Ewing is still very ill at his
home on Chicken pike.
Dr. E. B. Jefferson, the popular
dentist, has been notified by the com
mittee of awards at the Jamestown
Exposition, that his exhibit was award
ed a silver medal. Dr. Jefferson re
ceived a prize at the Tennessee Cen
tennial in 1S97.
Mr. E. C. McNairy, now at French
Lick Springs, Ind., sent a $2.00 con
tribution to Rev. Dr. Clark, pastor
of Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
Last Sunday night Mrs. Frances E.
Preston and Mrs. F. J. Oaudett were
introduced to a large audience at Mt.
Olive Baptist Church.
Mrs. Francos E. Preston, of Battle
Creek, Mich., delivered a lecture at St.
John A. M. E. Church, Tuesday even
ing, to a very appreciative audience.
She is to speak again at the same
church for the Sunday school Sunday
J. B. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fine Rigs of Every Description.
PHONE, Alexin 4196,
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
New Union Station. City Ticket Oilloc. 224
Fourth ave., North. Telephone Main 75H.
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Louisville & Cincinnati 7:f6ani
Louisville & Cincinnati B:0t)pm
Louisville Accom'oda a15 :20pm
Kvansvtlle Chicago 3:A7am
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Columbia & Mt. 1'leasant.. 3:50pm
Shellleld, & Tuscumbia..7:40am
l)!iilv. tl)Hil v ATpnnt Sunday.
a Stops at North College-street station.
Train arriving at 4:55 P. m. runs from Mt
Train arriving at 7:45 p.m. brings connec
tions from Tuscumbia ana loreuce.
Ii. C. WALLIS, W. II AI.. M U8TAINE,
District I'ass. Agent. City Ticket igent
Pacific Electric Go,
J. E. EDWARDS, President.
R.W. REECE, Secretary.
A new firm but experienced work
men. We are prepared to do any kind
of a job in our line from 50 . cents to
$50,000. We handle motors and dyna
mos, combinations of ga9 and electric
fixtures of all grades and sizes.
We can equip a home, church or
fartorv ntl sVinrf ntiri writli fiT-tiirpii
arc, drop lights and electric elevator.'
ve are Incited in
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Residence 'Phone 1890. Mjln.
10-4 07 If.
Are they beginng to get sore
from the effect of cold winds? An
noyance and discomfort of that
sort can be avoided by using our
a dainty lotion for the cure of
chaps or any inflammation of the
the skin. It is soothing, soften
ing, healing. Is a preventive as
well as a cure. Its use will save
you all skin discomfort this winter.
Money refunded if you are not sat
fied with it.
KLDSER DRUG CO.,
422 5T1I AVE., $., TEL. MAIN 3341.
Wharf Avc.and Lafayette St. Tel. M. 4937
(Fehruary Rules. 1907.)
ERNEST BARLEY VS. MITTIE
In this cause it appearing to the
satie' etion of the Court that the de
fendant is a non-resident of the State
of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon
her; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter her appearance heroin
at tho next tenn of the Davidson
County Court, to be holdcn at the
Court House in Nashville, Tennessee,
on the 1st Monday in February, it be
ins the , and defend, or said
eomnlainant's bill will be taken for
confessed as to her and set for hear
ing exparte. It is therefore ordered
that a copy of this order be published
for four weeks in succession n the
Nashville Globe, a newspaper pub
lished in Nashville.
L. M. IUTT. CLERK.
E. R. RUTHERFORD, D. C.
tl. F. ANDERSON,
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TIIKRK W1I.L UK
A GRAND LECTURE
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
tlglilli Avenue, North,
REV. W. S. ELLINGTON, PASTOR.
FRIDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 15,
"The Cluircli and its Re!a
tion to the Community
REV. C. II. CLARK, D. I)
Pastor of Mount Olive Baptist Church.
The interest already manifested gurau
tees a very large attendance. The Mt.
Olive Haptist Church choir and the First
Haptist Church choir of Kast Nashville
will render music for the occasion. This
entertainment is arranged 1vd No. I
Leaders, Mr. A. IJ. Carter p' ...rs. Genie