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Tlii: NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1007.
jOR RENT Two room" for light
jisekecplns, HC4 ChurcL strwt
j.ily before eight In the morning or
j'T six in the evening.
CITY ITEMS. I
RENT Furnished Rooms. Ap-
Thirteicnth avenue, North
Incorporated t'n.ler the laws of Tennessee.
CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00.
Does a regular banking business. ln
rest paid on all time deposits. Only
ititutiou of its kind in Tennessee.
R. H. Boyd, President,
J. V. Dostick, Vice President,
l.C. NU'IBK, Cashier,
" C.N. Langston, Teller.
41 1 fOURTll AVENUE. NORTH.
Have vour washing done at
the Economical Steam
Laundry. Let us
fic per Pound
Wil l, W. M.KASKD T( iiavk
. VOU C A I.I. ON HIM AT
H AIM AN y LOEB'S
22G FOURTH AVE., NORTH.
Where lie will Vie glad to show you an
elegant stock of high grade, up-to-dat
! Full Dress Suits for Danqucts, Parties,
' Calls and other Entertainments.
Hats and Men's Furnishing Good$
At Moderate Prices.
M. G. DODSON
Sign Reii inter
1011 Watkins Street.
When you think of signs think
1 COATED LAXATIVE
OimCDUA nil!!I!P TARIFTQ
I I llOI 111; UUIIXillL IrtUL
A SCRli CURK VOR
j. Colds, Coughs, Bronchial
AND 01' GRKATKR UKNl'.KlT IN CASES Ol
Neuralgia, Malarial Troubles.
Chills, Fevers and the like.
mLFl!0LS, Main 17 IS and Main 4033
FOR ANYTHING THAT COMICS 1ROM
sim tor and
DAVID J. KUIIN, Druggist,
Cor Cedar & 1 2th Ave. N.. Nashville. Tenn.
Miss Elsie Ttoss, of Chicago, is in
ih.fi r ity spending the holidays .with
relatives and friends, l
Miss Mary Bell accompanied 'Mr.
and Mrs. CoTee to Louisville the', day
following Christmas, where shoAvill
remain one week.
The children of East Nashville en
joved their trip to Spruce Street Bap
tist Church on December 10, '07, for
they came in two nice large pleasure
wagons owned by colored gentlemen or
the East side. They didn't have to
jim ciow, and they were protui 01 u.
The children Monday and Tuesday
nights all played their parts well, and
both ladies in charge of them were
very happy over the results.
Miss Dawson, of Cleveland, Uiuo,
and Miss Mattie Cockrell, ol Paris,
Tenn., will be the guests of Miss Had-
Mr R. S. Drown, of 1-115 Harding
street, who has a very severe auaciv
of lasrippe, Is. able to be out again.
After a week of illness Mrs. J. II.
Kelly, Jr., of Bass street, is up ana
ile to attend to her home duties.
Dr. A. II. McBroome, who formerly
ived in this city, but more recently ol
Chattanooga, Tenn., where he was
married' to one of Chattanooga's most
promising young ladies, is now spend
ir.g the -winter in California for his
.ealth. His wife will join him soon
li'teh the holidays.
Mr. Felix Dudley, of 317 1-2 Elev
enth avenue. North, is able to be out
ifter an illness of a few days.
Mrs. Will Thompson, of Twelfth
avenue, Noun, who nas oeen 'siciv ior
eleven weeks, ia slowly improving.
Mrs. Fannie Work, of Jo Johnston
avenue, continues quite sick.
Mr. Peter Johnson, of Hartsville,
fenn., spent a few days in this city- en
route to l nycttcvillo, where he wm
vend the winter with his familv.
Mrs. Maggie 'Fisher, of Seventh
avenue, North, who has been suffering
from : sprained ankle, is somewhat
Little' Alberta Tolbcrt Thomas, of
417 Burk avenue, is siek with the
Miss Mamie T. Rhodes will spend
Mie Christmas holidays in Springfield
ml Cuthrie, Ky., and will be the
-.ucsfc of Mrs. Callio" McDcrmott.
Mi?s Sophronia Mayberry, of Frank-
,!n. w.is in the city last week for a
Dr. A. TI. McBroome, who formerly
lived in. thi city, but more recently
'if Chattanooga, Tenn., where he was
married to one of Chattanooga's most
promising young ladies, is now spend
ing the winter in California for Ins
health. Hs wife wll jon him soon aft-
M. J. E. Thompson, of Fcoria, 111.,
ent n day in the city last week cn
nuPe to From from points in Mis
sissippi and Louisiana. Mr. Thomp
son was impressed with Nashville and
with the South, this being his first
visit south of the Mason and Dixon
The funeral of Mrs. Jennie McMullen
was solemnized at me nome oi ner
daughter,. Mrs. Lizzie Blake, 1124
Twelfth avenuo. South, Saturday aft
ernoon, Drs. C. H. Clark and T. J.
Townsend officiating. Interment at
Mi sis Marian M. Hartley, who is
teaching in Florence, Ala., will spend
the holidays in Nashville. The Misses
Hartley have as their guests1 during
the holidays Mi pis A. H- Dawson, of
Cleveland, O., and Miss Mattio Cock-
rill, of Paris, Tex.
Miss Mamie C. Greer, instructor of
muMic in the school at Hopkinsville.
Ky., spent Christmas in this city.
Miss Eloise Fricrson has been se
riously ill for the past few days. It
thought that she is suffering from
internal injuries caused by the falling
of the rrrand stand at the Fisk-Mehar-ry
Miss Anna Stout, formerly of Nash
ville, but now of Chicago, is in the
city, the guest of Miss Willa Belle
Ferts.on, 1734 Jefferson street.
Mrs. John Cowan, the sister of Mrs.
Ci. I. Dodson, is very sick.
Mrs. Patience L. Walker, of 502
Tenth avenue, South, wae called to the
bedside of br brother. Mr. Dave dor-
dan, at Pulaski, a cnn.
Mi s L. A. Carden, of the proofread
ir.g department of the Sunday School
Fnion. left Wednesday morning for
Pidaski. to spend Christmas with
T'rv. S. C. Crutcher, of Rochester,
N. Y.. the great evangelist, will preach
at St. Paul A. M. E. Church on Sun
day morning, December 20.
Mr:--. A. F. Morrel, of Pulaski, Tenn.,
is spending the holidays in Nashville,
visiting relatives rfd friends.
M'ss M. N. Wimms, who ha?
v's'ting the different conference
Mr. E. C. McNairy, of French Lick.
T,id., lv? returned home for the holi
days. He. with Prof. Wm. O. Hynes.
fork dinnrr with Mr. and Mr. Richard
Hill, Fairview avenue, Southwest, on
Prof. W. C. Hynes, of the Lecture
Bureau Company, and his ns-istnnt.
Mr. Wm. Posey, returned to the city
Sunday night from (Washington, D. C.
They will remain a few weeks, and un
doubtedly arrange for a number of ex
hibitions, beginning with the new
year. Wath the CPobo for dates.
of Eigh- j
Telephone Main, 1701.
V.. G. Cullum. .
dun tock advantage of Dr. Carulhers' HllAKY E. HOWSE
free trtatnient on Christmas dav.
' Prof. Hynes spent Christmas at his
home, Ninth avenue, in company with
his" mother, Pryf. Richard Hill, Rev.
J. C. Lott, his old coworker, and other
liiends. An excellent dinner, served
l.y ilrs. Mary Bell, was thoroughly en:
Mrs. Richard Flemings and daugh
ter, and Mrs. Anna Bond spent the
holidays at Murfreesboro as the guests
of Mrs. Sarah Bond.
Rev. S. C. Crutcher, a returned mis
sionaiy, of South Africa and Europe,
will preach at St. Paul A. M. E.
Church, Sunday at eleven o'clock and
at 7:30 he will preach at Seay's Chap
Mr. Huffman and family,
ingdon, were the guests
America J. Winis, of 711
street, East Nashville.
Miss Georgia A. Buford,
teenth avenue, North, who has been ill
for several days, is much improved;
and will be able by the first of next;
week to return to ner position in uiu
hookmaking depaitment of the Na
tional Baptist Publishing Board.
Mr. E. C. McNairy, who has been'
r..t French Lick Springs for several
months, is in the city visiting. He
will remain until the sixth of January.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Crutcher, of
Chicago, are spending the holidays in
(he city visiting relatives.
Mr. William Roger has sufficiently
recovered from the recent operation
which was performed upon him for
appendicitis to return to his home.
Mr. Milton Tate, elder brother of
Mr. Vv. O. Tate, of 320 Eighth avenue,
ixorlli, who has been confined to his
room at the above namei place for
over thiitecn years, as a result of a
paralytic stroke received while in the
i.;akotas, had one of the most seri
ous attacks during his confinement last
Tuesday evening, from which he re
covered only through the best medical
attention. This relief is admitted to be
only temporary, as his case has bat
tled medical science lo these
Miss Laura Allen, who has charge
of music: in the public school in Win
chester. Ky., is spending the holidays
Miss Eugenia Walker is home from
Henderson, Ky., to spend the holidays.
Dr. and Mrs. 11. T. Oeeder left the
city Tuesday night, for Plain City, O.,
where they will spend about- three
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gibson will be
in town at his home 500 Sixth avenue,
Miss Lovie V. Blake was in the city
last week to attend the funeral of her
grandmother, Mrs. McMullen.
PHONE. MAIN 1096
FURNITURE, STORES AND CARPETS
TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
We Can Furnish Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen.
We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance Wetkly orMonthly.
to Suit, Prlcea
to frult You.
3 10 Third Avenue, North.
L. B. Hughes.
Esq. Win. Crump.
J. B. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fine Rigs of Every Description.
PHONE, main 4IS6.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
LGuisvilla & fiasbtiile R .ft.
Citv Ticket Ollici-, :M4
Telt'plioiu' AIhiii 1f)S
Fourth ave., Nortu. leU'Pl
Louisville ,S: Cincinnati... .l 47;iin
l.onviile .S: t iiii'.inn .ti ' . 7 :Miini
i Loiiiiiuliu .V Cincinnati... 8:Mm
many i Louisville Ac.coni'odH a I:.' pin
I KvansvilK' N: Chicago. .-t:.'7ain
hvansviilt! & Chicago 7:4upm
Kv.tns.viHe .V st, l.oii.s S:.'i7 im
KvaiifVillc ,t St Louis a7:il0ain
Kvansville & M Loiik 7 :4'm
ery, Mobile ami Now
liii iiniij;liain, Montom
erv. Mobile ami Ni w
Nashville & ScotthVille
Ace minodalion . ... 3: lupin
Accommodation .. 5:l;pm
Hopkinsville Vc.coiii'oda. .ft:4fpin
Nashville A ClarUville
Nashville .V Decatur Ac
commodation . . 8 5upm
Columbia .V Mt. l'lei. nt . 3:.V un
ILive You . Catarrh?
I, "hi m
a;t Of) pin
n s: opm
'Willie Dixon, 223 Second avenue, S.,
Brown Yateman, Hill street and
Clifton avenue, 7S years.
Kohert Fraizer, 505 Seventh avenue
South, "8 years.
Calvin Hill, State Prison, 10 years.
George Jarmon, State Prison, 20
Joseph Willie Donelson, 3 Farris al
ley, 9 days.
William Smith, 121 Main street, 1
1511a B. Carney, 725 Eighth street, 1
Infant of Walter and Ellen Shane,
1012 Herman street.
Sallie Barker. 210 Seventh avenue,
South, 22 years.
William Lee Mackley. rear 50S Broad
stieet, 1 year.
Ruth Collier, 2302 Vincent street, 21
Warner I'ayton. 700 North Fifth
street, 7S years.
Henry and Annie
Vienna Baker, 27 Trimhle street, 0
.Jno. Leak, 935 Church street, 27
Mollie Davis, Moore Town. 13 years
Win. Baker. 300 Morgan street, IDS
Melda Thomnson. 1122 McCavocl
strec t, 2 years.
Clara Hughes, 1 Carden street, 31
ric k A. Randals and Verna M
oliunbia. f I ore nee,
Shctlie d,.S: Tuseumbia. i:40nn 5 (Hip in
Daily j Daily except Sunday,
a Slops at North Coll. f.reli'eel station
Train arriving at 1 S.'i p. ni runs from Mt
Truni urnviiifi nt 7:4.'i p m brings connec
tions from Tiiscunibia and Y lorein e.
II. C WAI.LKS, W II Al,. M IISTA INK,
District Pass. Alfcnt Citv Ticket Airmt
Twenty-seven (i, women and chil
I. Hall and Alice Green.
Klias Davis and Georgie Rhodes.
Ed. Uutledge and Bettie Crowder.
lohn Bell and Mollie Scruggs.
Andrew Moore and Tennie Holden
Andrew Mcintosh and Bettie Lush
William Boyd and Leona James.
Samuel A. Winston and Malim
Will Vaughn and Mary Lester,
.lohn W. Johnson and Mary Lou L
Saminl Berry and Maggie Lee Win
Cilh rl. B. Murry and Julia Bough
G org.-1 Douglass and Elnora Parker.
Ned Martin and Carrie Rideout.
Great preparations were made at the
adlnsville C. M, E. Church for the
Christmas exercises which were car-
D j Your
OH EAVE VwCT
IP SO, CONSULT
FOR FIRST-CLASS MEALS.
Lunches, diners, etc.
Meals served at all hours.
We solicit your patronage.
EDD CAMPBELL, Prop.
ROOMS and 3
NAP IEH CURT.
ried out very successiuny. ltev. v.;
Smith, the pastor, is pushing every j
interest, toward making this charge
Prof. M. B. Thomas, LL. B., is doing;
break all previous records in this and
all other occasions.
nicely with his school work here.
Mi.-ses Bernice and Delia Smith, of
lot Sixteenth avenue, North, Nash
ville, will spend the Christinas holi-
lays with their father.
Miss Do.ie Lee- Merriweather enter
tained her sehool children the second
night in the Christmas holidays with
a Chikstnias concert.
Rev. R. B. Polk, P. E.. will hold his
fust cpiai teily conference at Sadlers.
December 2S and 20.
The Christmas exercise will be held
al St. Paul C. M. E. Church Dec. 27
Prof. M. B. Thompson visited the
Lather's meeting at Adams last week
Lev. W. C. Smiih made a flying trip
to Nashville to visit his family last
Key. W. C. Smith i-; having much
ne;le repairs done on his church and
If yon want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to r?nt,
T, CLAY MOORE,
oT.i!!HT tic, iiF,:i,i:snTi; ,in.
r tliletti Temple,
Ollice, Main JMJ7. lies. Main 4012-Y.
42N Fii'lli t Avi inip North.
KELLER' SHOE " HOSPITAL
UNDEi THE AUSPICIES OF
N. I. and F. W. Association
"Shoes relieved of all complaint on short
notice." We solicit your patronage.
t. T. KLLLLr?. General
424 Jo Johnston Avenue.
PaoKiG Electric G
EW MEDICAL OFFICES AND
Dr. J. A. McMillan his moved his
dl.ee from 12'? Fifth avenue, North,
'o MIS Cedar v'tivot, coiner Stone
wail, l'eic the doctor has purchased
nl fitted um neat and comfortable
!!!'!'c.;s, incluling dental jiarlors. Dr.
1 1. W. Lvneh, formerly of 42S Fifth
.venue, North, occupies offices with
Mr. MeMill-Mi. Their ' telephone num
ber i? the same, M 1.150-Y. They
" ; t beth well please 1 with their pres-
nt suruinding '. and invite friends to
viake them a call in their new quar
ters. It is gratifying to note that of
he many surgical operations lately
nerforircd by Dr. McMillan not a ono
l as resulted in a fatality.
J. E. EOWf RDS, President.
R W. REECE, Secretary.
A new firm but expei ienced work
men. We arc prepared to do any kind
of a job in our Hue- from 50 cents to
50.000. We. handle motors and dyna
mos, combinations of g.is and electric
fixtures of all grades and sics.
We can eeptip a b me. church or
facte ry m sb. it notice, wiih fixtures,
arc, drop h jit-, and electric elevator.
We famish ni irtois regulators for pipe
Chi i.-ttu is tree.' d coia'.iotis. And all
e lectric tiovelliev. for the holidays.
We are U-
421 Boyd Uullcllng