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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1007.
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WANTED.
AGENTS WANTED Men and wom
ento sell household articles, cutlery,
etc. Fine line of Christmas special
ties. We allow liberal commlBBlon
also valuable, useful and beautiful
premiums. Write M. L. Matlock,"
115 Orchard avenue, Connellsvllle, Pa.
10-25-07 t4
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Two rooms for Light
housekeeping, 14C4 Church. Btreet.
Apply before eight In the morning or
after r.ix !n ihe evening.
Incorporated Un.ler 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.
R. H. Boyd, President,
J. W. Dostick, Vice President.
J.C. Napier, Cashier,
C.N. Langston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE. NORTH.
NA&HV1LLE. TENNESSEE
ECONOMICAL
STEAM LAUNDRY
Have your washing done at
the Economical Stenm
Laundry. Let us
do your
At 6c per Pound
412 Cedar Street.
Dr. J. It. Singlrton, Bgr
D. WESLEY CRUTCHER.
WIIX BE PLEASED TO I1AVK
YOU CAU, 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.
Full Dress Suits for Banquets, Parties,
Balls and other Entertainments.
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods
At Moderate Prices.
M. G. DODSON
Sign Painter
1011 Watkins Street.
When you think of signs think of
MR. DODSON.
10-27-41
USE
KUHN'S CHOCOLATE
COATED LAXATIVE
PH0SPH0 QUININE TABLETS
A SURE CURE 1'OR
Colds, Coughs, Bronchial
Troubles, Grippe, Car
tar rh, etc.
AND OF GREATER HEN EE IT IN CASES OK
Neuralgia, Malarial Troubles,
Chills, Fevers and the like.
TL1EPH0NES, Main 1718 and Main 4035
' FOR ANYTHING THAT COMES FROM A
DRUG STORE
PRESCRIPTIONS
SI NT FOR AMI
DKLIVKUF.I)
IREL
Bicycle Service.
DAVID J. KUHN, Druggist,
Cor Cedar & 1 2th Ave. N., Nashville, Term.
CITY ITEMS.
Mrs. J. C. Napier, who has been
spending the past month with rela
tives in Washington, D. C, is expected
to arrive about the middle of next
week. She is due to leave Washington
Monday evening, coming directly
Nn.shviile.
to I
Mrs. C. N. Langston, of 1300 Hynes
street, will arrive from Decatur, Ala.,
this afternoon. Mrs. Lauarston has
been visitinir her mother nd father.
She also went with her sister, Miss L.
E. Cashien, who had a paralytic stroke
at Fisk University some time ago. It
is learned from Mr. Langston that
Miss Cashien is rapidly improving, and
will be able to enter school soon after
the holidays. She finishes with the
class of 190S, Fisk University.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Crutcher, of
Chicago, will visit their parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Jefferson Lytton. during the
holidays. .
Some of the churches are looking
for novel ideas of their Christmas en-
tertainiments. Why not get a log
house or. a brick house and fill it with
toys, Christmas presents, etc.? Get
one of theni from the National Bap- Mr. Jno. II. Smith, of 1510 Ilamil
tlst Publishing House. They are 7 ton street, and Mr. Jerry Goodwine,
feet deep and 7 feet high.
Mr. Gabe Holder, of this city, is
among the large number accepting the
offers now being made by the Globe
for the ensuing year.
Miss Louretha Chambers is prepar-
ing to spend the holidays with her
people In Mississippi. Miss Chambers
i j I . l i ii. I
is one oi me sienograpners at me
Baptist Publishing House
Miss Lillian Frierson, of St. Louis,
is in the city, having been called home
on account of the death of her father,
who departed this life last Friday
Get a paper boll to hang in your
winnow during me holidays. You
can get them in three different colors
at the National Baptist Publishing
House, their prices are 15c and 25c.
Mrs. Quincy Smith Bolden, of Lou
isville, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. L.
Fort, of 915 Sixteenth avenue, North
Miss Bessie Garrett, of 910 Blank
street, has been confined to her room
for the past week with la grippe.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Woods and
Miss Bessie Woods enjoyed a pleasant
evening last Friday with Miss Louella
Waddy and Miss Ramsey, of 127 First
avenue, South.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Waddy are ex
pecting their daughter to spend the
unristmas Holidays with Mrs. Chas. S.
Goodman, at Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr. Nelson Woods, of 1501 Harding
street, was very sick Sunday, but is
better at this writ ing.
A little brick house for the chil
dren during the holidays, at a cost of
only $3.00, is a nice present for the
little folks. You can get one of these
at the National Baptist Publishing
House.
If your children are fretting, don't
scold them nor ask them why, but go
quietly and look up your subscription
to ine Ulobe, and you will probably
see that you are in arrears. Then
bring us $1.50 for your subscription
and get a Teddy Bear for the little
ones and it will relievo them of all
pain. The Nashville Globe is giving
them away free. Address 417 Fourth
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
Airs. W. M. McCantrell will leave
the city for Indianapolis, where she
will spend Christmas with her siser
in-law. She will leave Indianapolis for
Kentucky to spend a few days with
her brother.
Miss Mary L. Clark, of Jo Johnston
avenue, who suffered from the effects
of a severe cold the first of the week,
is improving.
Mr. Robert Stratton, of 184 St. Ce
celia street, was run over by a horse
and wagon Wednesday, but escaped
without serious injury. It seems that
he was passing an alley near the Max-
well House, and while getting out of
the way of one wagon another ran
over him.
Everybody in Nashville is cordially
invited to vif-Mt. the National Baptist
Publishing House and see their Christ
mas novelties. Don't put off; call to
day.
Mr. William Boger, who was oper
ated upon last month for appendicitis,
though still confined to the hospital
is much better. It is thought by the
attending physician that he will be
able to be out in about ten davs.
Many improvements are being made
at the "Woman's Exchange," at J 508
Hamilton street.
Mr. Chas. Nicholson, recently from
Detroit, who visited his mother at Co
lumbia last week, is stopping in the
city.
Mr, j. w. uewecs, who lias been
out of the city for some time, is con
nected with the Baptist Publishin
House.
There seems to be something wrong
with your library. You have bought
book upon top of book but you seem
not to be just satisfied. How fan you
be without Winston's Poems? You
can get it for nothing. Just send us
$1.25 and you will receive a year's
subscript ion to the Globe and a copy
of W mstou's Poems as a Christmas
present. Address 447 Fourth avenue.
North, Nashville, Tinn.
Mrs. Sarah Simmons, of Tatterson
street, continues quite ill.
HARD TIMES NO HINDRANCE.
Two loys were recently heard dis
cussing hard times. One of them said
he did nut know times were hard as
he had net felt it. "I have a Teddy
Bear, and what more should a boy
want for Christmas?" This boy's fa
ther was wise. He subscribed for the
Nashville Globe and the Teddy Bear
was thrown in for good measure. Come
-to The Globe office, 417 Fourth Ave
nue, North, and get one for the little
toiks.
Miss lsora Garrett, who Is at pies
ent bookkeeper In the Great Southern
Home arid industrial Association at
Birmingham, Ala., expects to spend
me noiidays at nome with tnends.
She has made a good record since be-
mg witti Mr. Lauderdale, as a profi
dent bookkeeper and manager.
Miss Georgia Buford, of Eighteenth
avenue, Worth, was slightly Indisposed
the first or the week
Miss Bessie Mayberry, of Cedar
street, was indisposed the first of the
week
Littlu Loutrelle Tavlor. of West
Nashville, who has had quite a severe
attack of typhoid fever, is able to be
up find around her home
of 1407 Harding street, have arrived
in the city from the North, where they
have been for the past six years
Miss Georgia Bell Andrews, of
Guthrie, Ky., is visiting Mrs. G. H.
Binkley, of 1S28 Jefferson street. She
Is expected to spend the winter in
Nashville
TVm i,v00 r,.f n a.. a. .,..
Baptist Church last Monday night was
an enjoyable affair. The small chil
dren rendered their parts well.
Rev. 1). E. Johnson spoke at St. Paul
A. M. E. Church last Sunday morning;
hls t0xt was "We have married
Fev. J. E. Purdy and the boys of
his Reform School were at the A. M.
E. S. S. Union last Thursday evening.
Rev. Dartis, D. D gave the boys a
brief talk, after which the boys sang
a few selections. A neat sum was col
lected through the building for them
which seemed to be highly appreciated.
Given away by the
GLOBE PUBLIC
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Don't delay. Get one for the
Children.
JUST LOOK!
The aslmlle filiilip, I Vear.
..$1 50
1 Teddy Hear, (12 inches long 1 00
Titil $2 50
Our Ghri tmas Offer:
Tim ashilIo Glolic for One Ymr
and Six Weeks ami One Teddy Hear
for
$1.50
Parties not living in Nashville,
but in Tennessee, will add 25 cents
fur expressage. To points out of
Tennest-ee, add 50 cents for exprs
age. Call at our office and see the
hears and secure one for the little
folks.
Send All Orders to
The Nashville Glcbo
447 r CtRlH AM..
NASI1VI IF. ItNMSSlf.
Teddy gears
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HILARY E. HOWSE.
HOWSE BROS.
FURNITURE, STO i ES AND CARPETS
TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
We Can Furnish Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen.
We Take Old Goods as first Payment; Balance Weikly or Monthly.
304-300 BROADWAY.
Goods to J-5
ult. Terms
The I'eoole
Nashville
Telephone Main, 1701.
Wesley Cunningham.
Walter liracy.
15. G. Cullum.
J. Bo KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fine Rigs of Every Description.
PHONE, main -415C5.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
Louisville & Nashville R ,R.
Sew Union Station. City Ticket Otllci', 24
Konrtli nvu., North. Telephone Mum 758
Leaves. Anhes
Louisville & Cincinnati... M 47iini 2:l.'iim
Louibvnlu .S: Cincinn.iti... 7:fifiini H:u,"biii
Lonist illu (,'inciiinnti SMHlpni n .dpm
Louisville Ae.coin'oiia aMi.'opin a.H Ofipin
Kvanville .Se Chicago. ;f:fi"uin i:0.")iim
Kvansviile St Chicago 7:4ipm Htlliam
Kv.insville A si Louis 8:fi"am i:ii."uira
Kvansviile & St. Louis.... r7 :80am n8:ldpm
Kvansviile & St Louis 7:4(ipm 8:10am
liirniinhaui, Monlirom
ery, .Mobile mid Sew
Orleans 2:i"am 3 :37am
Itirmingliam, Mntom
erv, .Moljile and New
Orleans 8:4"am 7:5pm
Nashville A Seottsville
Aec nunodation 3:lflpm lU.lAara
Nashville & 1 1 arts villi!
Accommodation f):l('pm t7:50ain
1 lopkinsvillt Aeeoni'od.i. ..o:4opni 10:U0um
Nashville & Clarksvillo
Accominod.ilion 4:l.rpm tS:l7am
Nashville .Nc Decatur Ac
commodation 8.50pm pi:ioam
Columbia Mt. IMei.s nt.. 3:5iipm 7:'.'5pm
Columbia, K I or 0 n c e,
Shetlie cl, .V Tuscumtiia. i :40a m 5:00pm
Daily. tDaily except .Sunday.
a Stops at North College-street station.
Train arriving at 4.5ft p.m. runs from Mt.
Pleasant oniy.
Train arriving at 7:4." p m brings connec
tioiiifrom Tiiscunibia and Florence.
K. C Wai.ms, v Hat,, mustaine,
District Pass. Agent Citv Ticket Agent
Go to
GMIPBELL'S RESTAURANT
FOR FIRST-CLASS MEALS.
Lunches, diners, etc.
Meals served at all hours.
We solicit your patronage.
EDD CAMPBELL, Prop.
11-22 4t
Rev. D. E. Johnson left Monday for
Arkansas, where he was recently
transferred.
The angel of Dealh visited the home
of Mr. aiid Mrs. J. R. Mayberry, of
r Mr. aiiU mis. J. it. ;iayuerry, in
HOC Trcmont avenue, last Thursday
uornins, Dec. 5, and took their little
1
mornin
son, Paul. He was a fine, bouncing
baby boy only three weeks old the day
he died.
Mr. David Davidson, machinist at
the Hapt ist Publishing House, had one
of his hands injured yesterday while
adjusting some machinery in the new
building. g
Winston's Poems will complete your
library. Send us $1.2", and get the
(ilohe lor one year and a book of
Poems for good measure. The Globe
is giving them away at their office 447
Fourth Avenue, North, Nashville,
Tenn.
Tin Allen Christian Endeavor League,
of St. Paul A. M. E. Church, is pro
gressing nicely. Dr. C. V. Roman will
address the League next Sunday after
noon, at 0:'J0 o'clock.
Mr. Russell D. Burford will return
home next Tuesday from Chicago,
where he has spent several months.
Rev. H. 11. N. Brown, D. D of Alex
andria, La., is expected to visit Nash
ville in the near future. Rev. Mr.
Brown is editor of the Louisiana Bai
tist, and a prominent worker in his
'tale.
Rev. R. II. Bojd left the city last
Saturday morning for New Orleans,
Ln., where he went to hold a big fare
well meeting with the seventy-eight
B:i ti.-a Churches in that city in ccn
ncetkm with the sailing of Rev. R. II.
Tlmi-bourno to Panama Canal Zone.
Rev. Thorhcurne spent a week in Nash
ille recently.
Mr. Richard E. Floyd, accompanied
by Miss Essie L. Wade, spent last Fri
day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
J. Floyd.
PHONE. MAIN 1096
NASHVILLE, TENN.
to Suit, Prices
to Suit,
to Suit You.
Furniture Do.
210 Third Avenue, North.
Will Todd.
L. H Hughes.
Esq Wtn Crump.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
i in u
ilave You Catarrh?
Do Your Eyes Trouble You?
Do You Need Glasses?
Oi; HAVE YoU ANY
TROUBLE W7TH YOUR
BYES, cARS. NOSR
or THROAT?
IF SO, CONSULT
C. V. Roman,
SPECIALIST,
ROOMS Z and 3
NAPIER LVURT.
NASHVILLE,
TENN.
If joinvant to buy,
If you want to soil,
If you want to r?nt,
SEE
T, CLAY MOORE,
mm PUBLIC, RE.IL ESTATE KT.
Pythian Temple,
nm. w, , ,
0flIcc' Mai 7 Kes. Main 4092-Y.
428 j Fifth Jl AvCIHIC o Norlll
KELLER0 SHOT HOSPITAL
UNDER THEAUSPICIES OF
N. I. and F. W. Association
"Shoes relieved of all complaint on short
notice." We solicit your patronage.
E. T. KELLCR, General Manager.
424 Jo Johnston Avenue.
Dr.
Pacific Electric Co.
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 0r
factory on short notice, with fixtures,
arc, drop lights ami eh-ctrie elevator.'
We furnish mortors regulators fur pipe
organs.
Christmas tree decorations. And all
electric novelties for the holidays.
We are located in
421 Boyd UuIIcUng
Telephone Mnln 3-25-4L
HM 0; tf.

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