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THE NASHVtLJLS GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1901
AGENTS WANTED Men and worn-
ento sell household articles, cutlery,
etc Fine line of Christma ipeclal
ties. We allow liberal commlwloa
also valuable, useful and beautiful
premiums. Write M. L. Matlock,
115 Orchard avenue, Connellsyille, Pa.
FOR RENT Two room for light
housekeeping, 1404 'Church, street
Apply before eight In the morning or
after alx in ihe evening.
Inconioritd Under thi lavs of Tmmsm.
One-Cent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Doet a regular banking business, in
terest paid oh all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
ft. H. Botd. President,
J. W. Bohticx, Vice President.
J. C. Naubb, Cashier,
CN. Langston, Teller.
41) fOUKIH AVENUE, NORTH,
Have your washing done at
the Economical Steam
1 Laundry. Let us
ROUGH MY wniiit AH!Ljpgj
-412 Cedar Street.
Dr. J. B. Singleton, Jlgr
D. WESLEY CRUTCHFR,
WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE
V'OU CALL ON HIM AT
HAIMAN & LOEB'S,
226 FOURTH AVE., NORTH.
Where he will be glad to show you an
elegant stock of high grade, up-to-date
Full Dress Suits for Banquets, Parties,
Balls and other Entertalnjneots.
Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods
At Moderate Price.
M. G. DODSON
1011 Watkins Street.
When you think of signs think of
PHOSPIIO QUININE TABLETS
A SURE CURE FOR
Colds, Coughs, Bronchial
Trouble, Grippe, Car
AND OF GREATER BENEFIT IN CASKS OF
Neuralgia, Malarial Troubles,
Chills, Fevers and the like.
TELEPHONES. Main 1718 and Main 4035
FOR ANYTHING THAT COMES FROM A
SfNT FOR AM)
DAVID J, KUHN, Druggist,
Cor Cedar & 1 2ft Ave. N., Na&vKe. m.
j CITY ITEMS, j
Mrs. Esther Robertson, of 621 Web-
ster street, Is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Perry, who have
been in Hot Springs, rk., for more
than two years, arrived home wodnes-
day, and will be here until after the
holidays. They were entertained at
supper Wednesday by theirt daughter,
Mrs. Charity Buchanan.
Mr. D. D. Moore, of Washington, D.
C. is in the city this week. Mr. Moore
is a special agent from the Depart
ment of Commerce and Labor, and
has been assigned to the work of get
ting up religious statistics. He spent
most of the week calling upon the
ministers of the city, the various su
perintendents of mission in the differ
ent denominations and the two pub
lishing houses, gathering data.
Two approaching weddings that are
attracting attention In the city are
those of the daughters of Mr. J. T. Da-
vis and Mr. P. Cleaves. Friends are
already congratulating and wishing
Cards are out announcing the mar-
riage of Miss J. Baugh to Mr. G. B. property of the Sixth street neighbor
Murry. hood, and which heretofore seemed to
Mrs. Mary Bransford, the mother of
Mrs. Brooks, of Watkins street, who stant death under the wheels of a car.
has been sick for several weeks, is few days later a heavy transfer wa
slowly improving. gon of one of the wholesale houses,
Mrs. Harry Steele was the. guest of
Mrs. Suggs, of Springfield, last week,
While there sh dined with Mrs. John
Porter and visited Mrs. Ike Hender-
son. Mrs. Steele returned home Tues
Mr. Charlie Wilson, of East Nash
ville, will spend the Xmas holidays
in Louisville, Ky., with his son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gar-
Miss Wannie B. Allison arrived in
the city Monday night from East
Tennessee, where she has been teach
ing in the public school.
Mr. Steve Harding, of 1623 Peavl
street, who has been very sick since
last June, continues to grow worse.
His friends entertain some fear as to
his recovery. '
Lea Avenue Christian Church can
celled the last debt on their church
building last Sunday.
The Sunday school of Lea Avenue
Christian Church will give their usual
Christmas Cantata Christmas Eve.,
Tuesday, December 24. The admission
is always free.
Miss Bessie Garrett Is much im
proved, being able to leave her room.
Miss Lillian Fnerson, who was
called home on account of the death
of her father, left for St. Louis Tues
Miss Belle Smith is sick at the
home of her sister, Mrg, Lena Green,
of Jackson street
Little Mary White, of
teenth avenue, North, is quite ill this
Mrs. Dero Stewart, of Seventh street,
East Nashville, who has been sick
for a number of weeks, has recoyered.
Miss Georgia Hadley, of Eleventh
avenue, North, was slightly indis
posed the first of the week.
Miss Louretha U. Chambers, Pri
vate Secretary to Rev. W. S. Elllng
ton, left the city to-day to spend the
holidays with her people In Mississip-
Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus Bostic are
back from Fargo, N. D., where they
have been for the past year. They
will remain during the winter.
Nashville has a new monthly news-
paper, The Royal Banner, which is is-
sued by P, F. Hill in the interest of the
U. B. F's. and S. M. T's., of whlph he
is Grand Master for the State of Ten-
nessee. The first issue, that of De-
cember, was received in The Globe of
fice this week.
Mr. Andrew Stevenson, of Moore
town, died Thursday night at the age
of 54 years, from an attack of heart
trouble. He leaves a wife to mourn
his loss. Mr. A. N. Johnson had
charge of the funeral
Miss Almvra Shivers, of 626 Ewlne
avenue, is a little indisposed this week,
Mrs. Martha Hamilton and Miss
Mattle Bailey, of Dalton, Ga., left the
city Monday morning after a three
week's visit to Mr. and Mrs, Cue Ham
ilton. Miss Bailey will spend the holi
days in Chattanooga as the guest of
Mrs. Hattie Morris
Rev. E. C. Morris, D. I)., President
of the National Baptist Convention.
who was due to visit the city last
week, postponed his trip until after
Mrs. Lucindy Bass is recovering aft
er having undergone an operation two
weeks ago at Mercy Hospital.
Mr. J. T. Davis, captain of the usher
force at Mount Olive Baptist Church.,
is sick at his home on Fifteenth ave
nue. North, suffering with an attack
Mr. .Tno. G. Clemons arrived last
Sunday morning from New Orleans to
spend the kolidays with his family.
Mr. Andrew S. Cleaves will be In
the city from St. Louis to spend the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Cleaves, of 254 Fillmore
Mrs. Barker, the wife of Mr. C.
nntlrv of Blink street, died last Fri-
-lv nt th.Hr tr8lden"e. The remains
vve t !. n to CuUeofca, Ttnn., for in
Mrs. Jennie McMillan, who lived on
ranny White pike, died last Thurs
day and was burled Saturday. She
was the grandmother of Miss Lovey
Blake, one of the district srhonl
teachers. Mrs. McMillan was ninety
years of age at the time of her death.
Mrs. C. C. Wilder, of 427 Belleville
street, Is convalescing after two weeks'
Mr. Will Dickson was baptized Sun-
day morning at eleven o clock service
by Rev. Clark. Mr. Dickson has been
111 since last June. He has spent a
part of the time in Chicago, where he
lost his health
Mr. Ed. Posey, of 450 North McLe
more street, was not able to be bap
tlzed Sunday as per arrangements.
He was too ill to be taken from bed.
Mrs. Laura Morton, of 318 Eighth
avenue, North, who has Veen sick for
the past three weeks, Is convalescing.
Within the last two weeks a streak
of bad luck has been the companions
of the street railway system, and a
number of accidents placed on the
profit and loss side of the company's
ledger. A dog, well known under the
name and title Professor, the common
have borne a charmed life, met in-
loaded with cement, had a head-on
colislon with a car and gave way in a
badly broken condition. Then on last
Sunday came a milk wagon filled with
the lacteal fluid for the healthy, the
esthetic, the poor, the sick; but the de
livery was not as of yore, for some
one had blundered, and milk, cream,
broken bottles, tin cans, wagon, driver
and horse were fn a tangled heap.
Last Tuesday night, with almost the
entire membership and a few supple-
mentary visitors present, the Twentl-
eth Century Lodge, K. of P., held its
semi-annual election of Knights for
the official positions. With the com
ing of the Grand Lodge in mind and
the proper arrangements for the same,
caused a spirited and good-natured bat
tle of ballots. The following were
selected: Dr. S. Jefferson, Chancel
lor Commander; Chas. Summers, Vice
Chancellor; Rev. P. J. Coleman, Prel
ate; James Reeves, Master-at Arms;
E. D. Roberts, Keeper of Records and
Seal; Dr. E. S. Randals, Master of Fi-
nance; N. R. Klmbrough, Master of
Exchequer; Dr. C. A. Kelly, Medical
Register; L. L. Ferguson, Trustee;
Chas, Hudson and Dr. L. T. Williams,
Representative, and Dr. R. T. Burt,
member of Banking Committee.
Miss Lottie Randolph returned from
Louisville, Ky., Tuesday.
Mr. Benj. Gorth, after spending sev-
eral weeks in St. Louis, is again in the
Mr. William Robinson has accepted
a position at the Rudd House, Qwens-
Mr. Frank Newell returned
Hopklnsville last week.
Miss Ruby Rice Is some one else
she's married now.
Miss K, Marje Tayjor came in from
Spokane, Wash., to spend holidays
HARD TIMES NO HINDRANCE
Two boys were recently heard dis-
cussing hard times. One of them said
he did not know times were hard ua
he had net felt it. "I have a Teddy
Bear, and what more should a boy
want for Christmas?" This boy's fa-
iher was wise. He subscribed for the
Nashville Globe and the Teddy Bear
was thrown in for good measure. Come
to The Globe office, 447 Fourth Ave
nue, North, and get one for the little
There will be Christmas services at
the First Baptist Church Sunday
morning, December 22. The subject
of Rev. W. S. Ellington's discourse
will be, "The Glories of the Advent
Angels." The choir will
Miss Belma Mahan. of Hamilton
street, who is a member of the sten
ographic force of the National Bap
tist Publishing Board, leaves the city
tonight to spend the holidays at her
home. Little llock, Ark. Miss Mahan
has not spent Christmas at homo for
four years, hence great preparations
have been made for her coming. The
hone folks and friends have planned a
iumler of social functions in her hon
or. She will return to the city some
ime In January.
Lace Martin and Amllia Campbell.
Kelly Gaines and Emily Ewing.
William Walker and Ella Smith.
Louis Goodal and Mary 'Vaughn.
Jerry Buchanan and Clara King.
Grant Bryant and Susie Williams.
George Hise and Cora Williams.
Richard Jenkins and Josle Jamison.
R. B. Woodson and Lethla McCage.
Geo. Anthony and Gertrude Buchan
an. James N. Sunclrn and SAdie Loo pas.
William Turner Mid l.utltia Hamilton.
FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS
TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY,
We Cm Furniih Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen.
We Tike Old Good as first Payment: Balance Weekly or Monthly.
Suit, T r rn
Nashville Furniture Go.
Telephone Main, I7(l.
li. G. Cullum.
J. B. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fin Rigs of Every Description.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
Louisville & Nashville R ,R.
New Union Station. City Ticket Onlcc, 22i
Fourth ave., North. Telephone Main 7f8
Louisville & Cincinnati... .M:47am L':l.iam
Louisville & Cincinnati... 7:Wam S.-J7am
Louisville & Cincinnati 8:(K)pm 8 85pm
Louisville Accom'oda a12::.iipm a.H Oftpm
Kvnusville K: Chicago S:f7iim i:0."am
Kvansviilu & Chicago 7:4upm 8:10am
Kviiusville A St. Louis 3:67m 2:0.")ani
Kvansville & St. Louis a7:3()am a8:l()pra
Kvimsville & St Louia 7:40pm 8:10aiu
ery, Mobile and New
Orleans :2:25am 3:'J7am
ery, Mobile and New
Orleans 8:4.'am 7:-fpm
Nashville & Scottsville
Accommodation ... :i:10pm 10;lfun
Nashville A llartsville
Accommodation r:l('pm . f7 :50am
Mopkinsville Accom'oda... aA :46pm 10:00am
Nashville & Clarksville
1 Accommodation 4:15pm 18:17am
S'ushviUe & Decatur Ac-
i commodation 8.5iipm Id :10am
Columbia & Mt 'lets::nt.. 3:5pift 7 :26pu
) Sheuleid,& Tuscumbia..7:40am - 6:00pm
I 'Daily. tlaily except Suuday.
i a Stops at North College-street station.
Train arriving at 166 p. m. runs from Mt.
j Train arriving at 7:4." p m brings connec
tions from Tuscumbia ana Florence,
i It. C Wai.i-is, W Hal. Mustainp,
District I'ass. Agent Citv Ticket Agf nt.
FOR FIRST-CLASS MEALS.
Lunches, diners, etc.
Meals served at all hours.
We solicit your patronage.
EDD CAMPBELL, Prop.
BUSY BEE CLUB.
On December 10, 1907, the Busy Bee
Club held its regular business meeting
at the residence of Mrs. R. L. Miles,
HOG Twelfth avenue, South. The fol
lowing members were present: Mes
damts G. 11. Bandy, A. M. Townsend,
W. H. Young, Mary Fall, R. L. Miles,
K. M. Lawrence, W. A. Reed and Miss
Sarah Jones. The main object of the
meeting was the report from all the
members who served in the recent Bee
Hive Entertainment, counting of mon
ies and the payment of all bills result
ing from the entertainment.
Miscellaneous total $10 IS
Socks and Tickets 34 OS
Grand total received from all
sources $74 5G
Total disbursements 12 75
Cash balance on hand ...$G1 81
Alter the report was made the club
agreed to have the curtains purchased
Immediately, The purchasing being
placed into the hands of Drs. Bandy
and Townsend, who will relieve the
ladies of any further work along the
curtain line. Then whatever money
that is left from the purchase of the
curtains will be used to pay for chairs
for the University, or any necessary
item, requiring immediate attention.
This money is now in the hands of the
Treasurer of the Busy Bee Club and
will be paid over to the Treasurer of
the University upon presentation of
an order from the President of the
Club, signed by its Secretary. The
Club adjourned to meet with Mrs. W.
A. Reed, 1027 Hawkins street, Jan. 6,
1908, promptly at 3 p. m.
Christmas Cards, Christmas Gifts
md Holiday souvenirs at the National
Baptist Publishing House.
Miss Anna Ramsey, of Fillmore
street, visited Miss Shivers, of G2G Kw.
inji a veil hp.
PHONE. MAIN 10V
to Suit, Prices
to Suit Yon.
2IG Third Avenue, North.
L- R. Hughes.
Esq. Wm Crump.
main -41 "5 5.
a in tf
Have Vou Catarrh?
Do Your Eyes Trouble You?
Do You Need Glasses?
OR HAVE VuD ANT
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G. V. Roman,
ROOMS and 3
NAPIER C TJRT.
If you want to buyt
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
T. CLAY MOORE,
SOTJRY FOLIC, RE IL ESTATE ACT.
Oflice, Main 5MJ7. lies. Main 40U2-Y.
428 J Filth J. Avenue North.
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. KLLLLR, General Manager.
424 Jo Johnston Avenue.
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
Christmas tree decorations. And all
electric iioveltieb for the holidays.
We rtre located ill
421 Uoyd Building
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