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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1307.
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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
also valuable, useful and beautiful
premiums. Write M. L. Matlock,
115 Orchard avenue, Connellsville, Pa.
j CITY ITEMS.
AGENTS We 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 clx in the evening.
FOR RENT Two desirable rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply 131
Fourteenth avenue, North. Mrs. N. J.
Thin Iflain 1829 Rooms 106-107 1st Floor
G. F. ANDERSON,
Attorney and Counselor at Laiv,
Practices before all the State and Federal
Pnrl- f TV n ti u f
If my name don't appear in the Telephone
Book, ask information for it.
419 Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn.
Incorporated Under the laws of Tennessee.
One-Cent 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.
B. H. Boyd, President,
J.W. Bostick, Vice President,
J.C. Napier, Cashier,
CtN. Lanoston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENIE. NORTH.
Have your washing done at
the Economical Steam
Laundry. Let us
ROUGH DRY U'OliR At 6c """""
-412 Cedar Street.
Dr. J. II. Singleton, Mgr.
Mrs. Angle Ford, who is one of the
oldest, sick nurses of the city, is still
confined to her room at 40S Fifth ave
Mr. T. G. Robinson, a prominent in
surance man o Dyersburg, a member
of the Endowment Board, Knights of
Pythias, and one of the most progres
sive young men in the state, was in
thft citv Saturday to attend the quar
terly meetinc of the Endowment
Board. While in the city, Mr. Robin
son stopped with Mr. and Mrs. vvm.
Younir. of Eitrhth avenue. JNortn.
Mrs. Susan Lowe. Superintendent
of thft Tennessee School for the Blind,
was suffering this week with a threat
ened attack of pneumonia. lier lit
the beginning of the week was
deemed very critical, so much so that
three physicians were summoned to
the bedside, as was a trained nurse
Thursday she was resting nicely and
showed signs of improvement.
Rev. II. L. P. Jones, D. D., a, pre
siding elder in the A. M. E. Church
from the Shelbyville District, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Woodroik, oi
Sixteenth avenue, North, this week.
He leaves Sunday to fill engagements
in his district.
There were two new letter carriers
added to the local post office force this
Mr. V. R. Woodfolk, reported for
duty Thursday at the post office, after
a fifteen days' vacation.
Mrs. Clara Williams, of Chicago,
111., left the city this week. She has
been here for the past two weeks at
tending the bedside of a sick brotner,
Mr. Ed. Ewing, who resides on Mur
freesboro pike. Mr. Ewing has been
sick for some time with typhoid ma
laria, but is now convalescing.
Mr. Robert Bell, the artist, with his
wife and children left the city Wed
nesday night for Topeka, Kans., where
they will live in the future.
Mrs. Hattie Bender, of C22 Webster
street, who has been indisposed of late,
is rapidly improving.
The II. T. G. M. Club will meet wltn
Miss Carrie Bryant, second avenue, S.,
uesday, November 2C. .
Prof. J. D. Crenshaw, who has been
very much indisposed for the past few
days, has about recovered.
The hunting season opened last Sat
urday and many of the devotees of
Nlmrod tramned over the country in
the pursuit of the elusive quail. Sat
urday evening covered with dust and
weary, hungry and foot-sore, was the
Gonial Dr. J. P. Crawford. Grand
Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias.
If the jovial Dr. Crawtoru Killed any
thing, with the exception of time, it
has not been reported.
Mr. A. M. Cockrill returned to the
city Saturday from a trir in the rural
districts in the interest of the U. B. .
Mr. B. J. Farnandis. of Memphis,
President of the Endowment Board,
Knights of Pythias, was in the city
Saturday attending to business in con
nection with the Order.
D. WESLEY CRUTGHfR,
WIU, BE PLEASED 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
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods
At Moderate Prices.
M. G. DODSON
1011 Watkins Street.
When you think of signs think of
STAR DRUG STORE.
I CARRY A FULL LINK OP
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Soda Water.
801 EA!nfcj Avenue.
Mrs. It. L. King, of 1610 Patterson
street, was hostess at dinner Monday
afternoon in honor of her cousin, Mrs.
Ida Floyd, of Louisville.
Mrs. Dalsv Byrd. after spending sev
eral months in Hot Springs, Ark., has
returned to the city and is at tne oea
slde of her sister. Mrs. John Cowan,
who has been very ill for several
Miss Tennie Kemper, of State street,
was slightly indisposed the first of the
Mr. Henry Osborn, formerly of this
city, was quitea social visitor here
The faithful members of Salem A.
M. E. Church are very much pleased to
receive their pastor, Rev.. I. J. Ed
wards, back again. His work this year
was very successful.
Dr.s W. D. Chappelle left the city
Thursday morning for points south
Miss Ella Howard, who has been con
nected with the clerical department at
the Sunday School Union, will leave
the city Sunday morning for her home,
Aspen Hill, Tenn.
Miss Georgia A. Cayton is suffer
ing this week with a severe cold.
Rev. A. G: Gray, former pastor of
Pulaski, Tenn., was in the city this
MRS. FANNIE WILSON,
CLEANING, MESSING, HE
PA (11 1 NO.
Skirts Soatly Repaired, Cleaned
CALL IN AND SK1C ML'.
110 Fifth Avenue, 5.
The ladies of St. Paul A. M. E.
Church cordially invite all the readers
of the Globe to drop In the cnurcn
every Thursday night and buy a nice
lunch before going home.
Mr. J. L. Cockrill is slightly indis
posed this week.
Miss I. E. Upshaw is thinking of re
maining in the city until after Thanks
giving. Rev. II. D. Proud, D. D., of British
Guiana. South America, preached at
Mt. Olive Baptist Church Sunday
night. Rev. Proud is working under
the Foreign Mission Board of the Na
tional Baptist Convention. He left
Sunday night for Ft. Smith, Ark.,
where he will attend the Arkansas
Baptist State Convention.
Mr. Chas. V. Roman, of Michigan.
who entered Fisk at the opening of the
school year; and who is a nephew of
Dr. C. V. Roman, has been confined to
his bed with typhoid fever for the past
several wcc;;s. im iricUus wia te ue-
iiditt-d to learn that he is convales
cing, and may be able to take up his
Anions the number of visitors al
ready scheduled to sound the holidays
in Nashville is Mrs. W. II. Coleman,
of Bessemer, Ala., tne daughter or uev.
and Mrs. L. Kirkpatrick, of Thir
teenth avenue. North. She is the wife
of Dr. Coleman, the prominent physi
cian of Bessemer. Mrs. Coleman win
spend several weeks in Nashville be
fore returning to Bessemer.
Prof. S. 11. Archer, the able coach of
the Atlanta Baptist College Football
Team, congratulates the Globe on its
excellent write-up of the Fisk-A. B. C
football contest. He states that it was
indeed a fair representation on the
Indications are that Howard Univer
sity and Atlanta Baptist College will
pull for a game ou the gridiron real
In order to decide the championship
of the South, Meharry and the Atlan
ta Baptist College should come to
gether, if but for a post season game.
Mrs. Willa Mai Zackery, of 502 Four
teenth avenue, North, is quite sick.
Mrs. Claude D. Cheatham, of 11)13
North High street, is aole to be out
again after a severe illness of several
Mother Mary, of the School of Im
maculate Mothers, left Sunday morn
ing for Philadelphia accompanied by
little Miss Lillian Cooper, to visit
mother Catherine, the founder of the
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Simmons,
formerly of Nashville, have opened an
ii-to-date ' restaurant in Chicago
known as the Utopia.
Mrs. Alary Knott, who underwent
an operation several weeks ago, Is im
Uev. .1. II. Story and wife, of Shelby
ville. were in the city last week.
Mrs. Etlie Jordan left the city last
Fridav for Shelbyville.
Miss V. Cannon, of 1020 Anient
street, is indisposed.
Mr. Albert McChristian is visiting
Mrs. Carrie Minor, who came here
from St. Louis for treatment, is im
Mrs. E. M. Lawrence, of 1020 Ament
street. 155 indisuosed.
Mrs. J. R. Reece, of 1009 Fourteenth
avenue, is visiting in Shelbyville.
Mrs. Ida Floyd, of Louisville, who
has been visiting relatives m the city
left Thursday' morning for her home
Misses Gertrude and Bessie Mayber
ry, of Cedar street, spent Sunday in
Little Loutrell Taylor of West Nash
ville, is still improving.
Miss Alary A. Dunson, of Ninth ave
nue, North, had the misfortune to
lose a sum of money the first of the
week, but was fortunate enough to find
Rev. E. W. D. Isaac, Secretary of the
B. Y. P. U. Board, is in Alabama.
Mrs. Lizzie James, of Thirteenth
I avenue, North, is confined to her bed
Miss Mary Barry, of Fourth avenue,
South, was slightly indisposed the first
of the week.
Dr. Saunders, of New Orleans, a stu
dent of Meharry, addressed Mt. Olive
Sunday School last Sunday morning.
Mrs. Samuel Robertson, of Webster
street, has almost recovered from an
attack of bronchitis.
Miss Jessie Harris will leave the
city for Paducah to spend the winter.
Mrs. Alice Mvnor and daughters,
Misses Myrtle, Maud and Inez, spent
Sunday in Hampton.
Prof. W. P. Irvine and sister, Mrs.
E. D. Wells, were called to Columbia
to the bedside of their mother.
Mrs. J. Gentry Brown is very much
pleased with her new home at 1403
Mrs. George Scott of Sixth avenue,
North, who has been attending C. M.
R Conference in Chattanooga, Tenn.,
has returned home.
Mrs. Thomas Raines, of Northeast
Nashville (Whito's Creek pike), was
the guest of Airs. H. Kelly and family,
of North Clay street, last Sunday.
Mr. James Harlan, of Sixth avenue,
North, who has been ill, is better.
Suffering from a relapse, Miss Aman
da B. Perkins is again confined to her
bed. At this writing she is much im
proved. 'Mr. William Johnson, of Green
street, was taken suddenly sick while
it his post of duty.
Miss Jennie Porterfield, of 707 Fogg
street, is indisposed this week.
Mr. Guv W. Allison, of Wharf ave
nue, who broke his leg last week in
a practice football game, is improv
ing and will be out in a few days.
The rally at the First Baptist
Church last Sunday was quite a sue
cess, but owing to the rain it will con
tinuc Sunday, November 21.
There will bo an entertainment at
Kayne avenue, Baptist Church, Thurs
day night, November 28 (Thanksgiv
ing night), for the benefit of the chil
Airs. E. AI. Lawrence, who has been
on Hip sick list, is able to be out
Airs. J. Wesley Nelson, of 209 Eight
eenth avenue, North, who has been
1 S i "i m J "
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fino Rigs of Every Description.
PHOINH, mln 4I66.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
New lnion Station,
fourth ave., North.
City Ticket OiUce, 2:M
TeU'pUone Jtliuii T;i
Louisville & Cincinnati ;t:4,aiu
Louisville & Cmcmuriti 7 :65am
Louisville & Cincinnati 8:lKpm
Kvansville Chicago 8:fi7am
Kvansville & Chicairo 7 :4lm
itiVausvme a pi, mjuis o:oi;un
Uvansvillu & bt. Louis.... a, :.i(!am
Kvansville & st l)ui i :40m
ery, Mobile auu New
ery. Mobile ana New
Have You Catarrh?
!)o Your Eyes Trouble Yon?
Do You Need Glasses?
CH TTA'VE YOU ANY
TROUBLE W.TTH YOUR
(tripling . . 8:45am
Nashville & Scottsville
Nashville & lUrtsviilo
Nashville & uiarnsviiie
Nashville it Decatur Ac
Columbia & Mt. Pleasant.. 8:50pm
Columbia, r i or e nc e.
Shemoia, & Tuscunioia.- ' :iunui
Daily. tl)llily except sunuay.
a Stops at North College-street station.
Train arriving at 4:65 p. m. runs from Mt
Train urriviiiff at 7:45 d m brings connec
tions from Tuscunibia and Florence.
It. C. WAI.L18, W. HAL. MIXTAISE,
District Pass. Agent. Citv Ticket Agent.
Pacific Electric Go.
J. E. EDWARDS, Presldont.
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 gas and electric
fixtures of all grades and sizes.
We can equip a home, church or
factory on short notice, with fixtures,
arc, drop lights and electric elevator.
We are located in
421 Boyd Building
Telephone Main 32S-4-L'r
H-4 07 If.
BYES, EARS, -NOSE
IV SO, C0N3ULT
Dr. G. V. Roman,
ROOMS Z and 3
Are they beginng to et sore
from the effect of cold winds? An
noyance and discomfort of that
sort can be avoided by usiiitf our
II. G.FITE, J. KITE, A. G. FITK
TAILOR SHOP AM) HtESSLG CUB,
Suits made to order from $15 to $50.
Clothes Cleaned. Pressed, Altered and
Dyed. Ladies' Work a Specialty.
We liuaraalee to Ytm Vour Clothes for
$1.00 Per Month. .
If yon want to buyf
If yoa want to sell,
If you want to rent,
T. CLAY MOORE,
MARY HULK, REAL ESTATE ACT.
Offloe, Main Ww. Kes. Main 40U2-Y.
428 J Fifth . Avenue J North.
Koom 3 & 4.
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. t
R. L. MAYF1ELD,
KLEISER DRUG CO.,
422 5THAVL. S.. TLL. MAIN 3341.
Wharf Avc.and Lafayette St. Tel. M. 4937
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson,
of Chicago, 111., has returned to the
city after a pleasant stay in the
Windy City. Mrs. Nelson also spent
two days the Kiiest of Mrs. Rachel
Spence, of 3S07 Dearborn street.
Mrs. Willie Miller, of Seventh ave
nue, North, who has been very much
indisposed, is somewhat wnproved.
The members and friends of Salem
A. M. E. Church were very much fa
vored Sunday with the- presence of
the following able divines: llcvs. u.
I. Dod.-on. H. II. MeC.avock, George
Stigger, Thompson aift Shelby.
NASHVILLE SONG WRITER.
Perhaps not mrny hnow that Nash
ville has a song writer and musical
composer. Mr. Lew Roberts, of 16
Arcade, is he. Mr. Roberts writes,
rMMvmoscs and publishes his own
-onus. He has a neat and attractive
uhee of business in the Arcade, deal
ing in cutlery, sheet music, etc. His
two Into songs which are popular and
attractive aro "California is the Place
410 Cedar SI.,
UNDER THE AUSPIC1ES OF
N. I. F. W. ASSOCIATION
"Shoes relieved of all comclamt on short
notice." We solicit your patronage.
t. T. KllLLK, General Manager.
424 Jo Johnston Avenue.
FOR FIRST-CLASS MEALS.
Lunches, diners, etc.
Meals served at all hours.
We Hilicit your patronage.
EDD CAMPBELL, Prop.
for Mt" and "Spooning with your
' ady l.ove." The line from the lat
t:r. "With the girl you love, and the
stirs above." shows the author's del
irate portio instinct and high Ideals.
Vr. Huberts is also a man of alert
busiiii".;s tact mid ability, recognizing
that though one follows the Emer
sonian idea, and hitches his wagon to
a star, its wheels should keep to the
earth. W. F. WATERS,