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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1907.
AGENTS WANTED Men and worn-
ento cell 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.
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping, 1404 Church, street.
Apply before eight In the morning or
after six In the evening.
Incorporated Un.ler the laws oflennessee.
One-Cent Savings Dank.
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. II. Boyd, President,
J. W. Bostick, Vice President,
J.C. Napiek, Cashier,
CN. Lanoston, Teller;"
411 fOljRTH AYENIL NORTH.
Have your washing done at
the Economical Steam 1
Laundry. Let us
ROUGH DRY PKK M6 rMl
42, C&dar Street.
Dr. J. B. Singleton, fllgr
D. WESLEY CRUTGIIER.
WILL 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 LINB OP
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Cijrars, Soda Water.
801 Bwtngr Ivenue,
MRS, FANNIE WILSON,
CLEANING, PRESSING, KE
Skirts Xeatly Repaired, (loaned
CALL IN AND S K ft MK.
110 Fifth Avenue, S.
TOP OF HEAD BLOWN. OFF.
Jealousy Prompts Assassination of
Dayton, Tenn. Oliver Malone
had the top of his head blown oil'
with a shotgun In the hands of Chas.
Tulloss, while on his way home from
a dance here Monday night. Malone
died Instantly but was not found for
some time as no one saw the shoot
ing. The trouble arose over Malone's
attentions to Tulloss' wife. An al
tercation was averted at the dance by
the intervention of outsiders, when
Tulloss left, thrc.ntning fo set !iis
gun and shoot the first man he siw
wearing an overcoat. To some who
inquired who fired the gun he remarked
that he did. He then skipped o.u
.-and has not been arrested.
j CITY. ITEMS, j
Miss Ladye B. Brown, of Patttrson
street, had the misfortune to lose her
purse containing a large sum of money
Little Laura, Sam and Alice Crane,
of Dixon Springs, are visiting their
aunt, Mrs. S; R. McCance, of 613 Shel
by street, and will be with her through
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Sherman Ellis, of 809 Eighth
street on Tuesday, December 3.
Mr. D. A. Crockett, of Maple Btreet,
is very ill.
Mrs. Thomas H. Cleaves and daugh
ter, Lucile, were called to Atlanta on
account of the death of her mother.
Mrs. Maria Coachman.
Miss Lizzie Wells, of 131 Fourteenth
avenue, North, was at home Sunday
to her friends, having spent the past
three months in Fisk.
, Miss Elvira White, of Seventeenth
avenue, North, has been confined to
her bed for the past two weeks, but la
able, to be out again.
Mr. Ed Lowery and two grandchil
dren, of Huntsville, Ala., were in the
city last week: --
Mrs. Andrew Cartwright, of 1722
Patterson street, left the city Wednes
day morning for Madisonville, Ky.,
where she will spend about two weeks
visiting her sister.
Mrs. Mollie Kirkpatrick, wife of
Rev. L. Kirkpatrick, of 133 Ninth
avenue, North, has been 111 for the
past two weeks. Rev. Kirkpatrick
thought last week she would have to
be sent to Wilson's Infirmary, If she
had not improved. Mrs. Kirkpatrick
is one of Nashville's professional
Mrs. E. R. Carney and sons, Ernest
Jr., and Walter, left the city Saturday
morning for Tuscumbla and other
points in Alabama.
Rev. I. H. Jones, A. B., pastor of
Lane Tabernacle C. M. E. Church,
East Nashville, will preach at Jack
son Temple Sunday morning at eleven
Miss Ivry N. Watson is assisting at
the Globe office this week.
Mr. W. D. Houston, of 227 Eleventh
avenue, North, is visiting his mother
Miss Zenith McCaithren, of Eleventh
avenue, South, is still at the bedside
of her sister, Mrs. John Collins, at
Glenn Cliff. Mrs. Collins is slowly
Mrs. James Lapsley, of 820 Eleventh
avenue, South, is indisjosed.
Mr. R. D. Burford who has been in
Chicago for the past year, wishes his
many friends to know he will reach
Nashville on the 17th.
Miss Ellen Norris, of 433 Houston
street, accompanied by Dr. Franklin,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Page, of Mur
freesboro, spent Thanksgiving in the
Miss Sallie Watson, of Cleveland,
O., spent several weeks with her sis
ter, Mrs. Robert Jordan. She left
Tuesday for Cincinnati, where she
will spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. George Holmes enter
tained at their home on Shankland
street last Sunday In honor of Mrs.
J. S. Brown, of Benestein, Mexico.
The table was decorated with flowers,
cut glass and silver. The dinner
consisted of six courses. Mrs. Brown
wil leave in a few day9 for her home.
Mrs. Sims Lawrence, of St. Louis, 13
in the city visiting her sister, Mrs.
Early, of North Nashville.
Mrs. Wm. A. Carter, of 507 Lischey
avenue, has been indisposed for two
weeks, but is able to be about in her
R. H. Boyd, 2nd, arrived in town
Thursday, December 5. He la a lusty
little fellow and weighs 10 pounds. His
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Blaine Boyd,
of Fourteenth avenue, North, are ex
ceedingly happy over the event.
Mis Fannie Jarrett is able to be up.
Little Miss Kitty Brooks, of Mur
freesboro, spent Thanksgiving In the
Invitations are out announcing the
marriage of Dr. Robert Woodson and
Miss Lcthla McCage.
Miss Janie S. Wade, of Lavergne,
is visiting in the city.
Prof. W. S. Thompson, principal of
Meigs School, delivered an address
in Columbia on Thanksgiving day.
The occasion was the opening of the
G. U. O. of O. F. hall there.
Miss .Johnnie ONeal, of Murfrees
boro. spent last Thursday with Mr.
and Mrs. Neil, of Harding street.
Miss Rallie L. McKnight. of La
vergne. was in Ihe city last week.
Miss II. Ionise Perkins, of the Sun
day School Church Union, is on duty
ag.iMi after a wi ek's illness.
Miss Agnes Peeler Hampton, of Co
lumbia, arrived in the city recently
to enter Huffman Hall.
The lor;, W. T. V. wil mee t at
the First Baptist Church, Eighth ive
nue. North, Sunday afternoon at five
Mrs. T. T. Burgess and son. of
Grand Rapids M'fh. ae visiting Mr.
and Mrs. .1. T. Hobbs. ()f V,o; :Uiv
Miss Lillie Webster, who has been
confined for several days on account
of a sprained ankle caused by thw
collapse of the grand stand on Bennett
Field, Is able to be out again.
Miss Anna E. Stout, formerly of
Nashville, but now residing In Chi
cago, will spend the holidays here
visiting friends and relatives. She 13
well known In the social circle of
East Nashville and her many friends
have planned for her a pleasant visit.
While here she will be entertained by
Miss Elizabeth Matlock.
Little Alberta Watkins, of Grant
street, spent last week with her aunt,
Mrs. Fannie Cheatham.
The H. T. G. M. Club will meet Sat
urday, Dec. 14, from 5 to 6:30 o'clock,
with Miss A. K. Davis, No. 5 Garden
Miss Callie Abernathy, of Pulaski,
a cousin of Miss Georgia Buford, who
was seriously hurt at the game on
Thanksgiving, is doing nicely.
Mrs. M. V. Buford. of Eighteenth
avenue, North, will spend Friday and
Saturday in Columbia with her father,
Mr. Thomas Laird, who will leave for
Texas Saturday evening, where he will
make his future home with his younger
son, Mr. T. C. Laird.
Misses Golden Perry and Agnes
Hampton, of Colnartbia, Tenn., were
the guests of Miss Tenide Hughes, of
Fourteenth avenue, North, last week.
Given away by the
Jt''-S-'W I HIHI" V - .
Don't delay. Get one for the
The Nashville (Unite, I Year $1 50
1 Teddy Rear, ( 12 inches long) 1 00
Total $2 50
Our Christmas Offer:
The Nashville (Jlolic for One Year
and Six Weeks and One Teddy Hear
Parties not living in Nashville,
but in Tennessee, will add 25 cents
for expressage. To points out of
Tennessee, add 50 cents for e vpress
age. Call at our office and see the
bears and secure one for the little
Send All Orders to
The Vahvillo Glebe
447 1( 1 Ml U.. SASIIM If. IfNNfSStf.
Mrs. A. Campbell, of Gay and Spruce
street, entertained thirty of her friends
at thanksgiving dinner. An excellent
menu of several courses was served.
Those present were Rev. and Mrs.
T. J. Townsend, of Spruce Street Bap
tist Church and Rev. S. Jackson and
wife who were the guests of honor.
Mrs. S. Carter and Mrs. M. Johnson had
charge of the musical program. Mrs.
Robinson, of Eight avenue, assisted n
receiving the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Townsend had a
their guests for Thanksgiving, Mis.
William I!"ovn. of Kstill Sprim-s
Tenn.. and Miss S. S. Price, of W;n
Chester. Miss Price has proven her-
Don't Wait Till the Rush,
XMAS GROCERIES NOW
GARY'S GRAND GROCERY
Fresh Stock Full Assortment.
Correct Prices Quick Service.
We serve fine hot lunch, II a.
chocolate, and etc.,
J. 13. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fine Rigs of Every Description.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
Louisville & Nashville R .R.
New Union Station. City Ticket Otllce, 24
Fourth avo., North. Telephone Alain 758
Louisville & Cincinnati H:47aiu :l5am
Louisville & Cincinnati 7:ffain sj.-27aru
Louisville & Cincinnati 8:00pm n Hfpm
Louisville Accom'oda a12:2i'pni n3 Ofipm
Kvansville & Chicago :i:ft"am 2 :05am
Kvansville & Chicago 7:40pm 8:loain
Kvansville ft St. Louis 3:ft7am : :115am
Kvansville A St. Louis.... a7 :30am aH :10pm
Kvansville ft St Louii 7:40pm 8:10am
ery, Mobile and New
Orleans 2:20am :i :37am
ery, Mobile and New
Orleans 8:4"iani 7:25pra
Nashville ft 9cottsville
Accommodation 3:10pm lU:lSam
Nashville ft Hartsville
Accommodation 5:10pm t" :50am
Hopkinsville Accom'oda.. .a5:46pm 10:00am
Nashville ft Clarksville
Accommodation 4:1.1pm t8:l"ani
Nashville & Decatur Ac
commodation 8:50pm 10:10am
Columbia & Mt. Plets-nt.. 8:50pm 7:25pm
Sheffield, & Tuscumbia..7 :40am 5:00pm
Daily. tDaily except Suuday.
a Stops at North College-street station.
Train arriving at 4:56 p. m. runs Irom Mt.
Train arriving at 7:45 p m brings connec
tions from Tuscumbia and Florence.
H. C. Wallis, W. Hat.. Mustaine,
District 1'ass. Agent. Citv Ticket Agent.
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 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 furnish mortors regulators for pipe
Christinas tree decorations. And all
electric novelties for the holidays.
We are located in
-421 Boyd Oulldlng
Telephone main 3254-L
10-4 07 tf.
self a very proficient teacher, having
been an assistant teacher of Prof. D.
A. Townsend, the doctor's father for
about fifteen years. Mrs. Brown is
proprietress of the Brown House, the
only hotel for colored people at the
Springs. She has made many friends
in Nashville and her hotel is crowded
every summer with distinguished
guests from Nashville, Chattanooga,
Houston, Tex., and other places. t Mrs
Magdalene Stewart Jeffries, Mrs. C. O.
lladley. Miss Lizzie Moore, Miss Jen
nio K. Childress, Mrs. Jno. Hobbs Mrs.
'.aura Rhodes, Dr. and Mrs. Townsend
r.d Arthur, their only little son and
' i f. Pun-ell are late guests of the
"Brown House" and frequently speak
f the hospitality of Mrs'. Brown and
the very delightful time they have
while away at Estill Springs.
HP',E AND BUGGGY RECOVERED.
"d Monis. colored. 22 years old. was
-' ' en Tuesday and is held on the
,.,,.. ,, ..,...nf larceny. Morris is
-; ' with the theft of a, horse and
1 ,mi":'vj' to Mr. Wm. Young
' trr at the Dune-in. It is alleged
ox Mid bug'.'v were taken
0 I (lianon and exchanged for a mare.
m. to 3 p. m. Hot coffee,
any time a day.
U in tl
Have You Catarrh?
Do Your yes Trouble Yon?
Do You Weed Glasses?
on it ave you Airy
TltOUBLE -WTTII YOITK
PVES, EARS, NOSE
IF SO, CONSULT
Dr. G. V. tkw.
ROOMS Z and 3 NASHVILLE,
NAPIER C AURT. TENN.
If yon want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to rnt.
T, CLAY MOORE,
mm mm, mimmm.
Ofllee, .Main JM7. Kes. .Main 402-Y.
42S Fifth Avenue Nor Hi.
GO TO 1 111:
KELLER SHOE HOSPITAL
UNDER THE AUSPICIES OF
N. I. and F. W. Association
"Shoes relieved of all complaint on short
notice." We solicit your patronage.
. T. KCLLLK. General Md.ujer.
424 Jo Johnston Avenue.
FOR FIRST-CLASS MEALS.
Lunches, diners, etc.
Meals served at all hours.
We solicit your patronage.
EDD CAMPBELL, Prop.
Mid that the rfiin.ro was carried to
Mt. Juliet and sold for 2 1 . The horse
and buggy are valued at fl P
Mrs Isaac Price entertained at. din
ner last Thursday evening in honor of
"cr sister. Miss Kit tie 'Ml Baker, of
Paiiueah. Ky. A four-course menu
was served. Tluc-e nifsent were Mr
and Mrs. Akx. Coedwine, Miss Ora
n'!;iT, Mi-s Cornelia Mays e.n Mr.
D'vid Henderson, of Pa !;i ;:h. After
the recast, Mrs. Cnodwiue ( nh rtained
the company with some of her favorite
selections on the piano.