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.NASHVILLE CL0I3E, FRIDAY, JANUARY C, Ho$.
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1 CITY ITEMS, j
'Miss Minnie Totey. ruirnotS to;Nor
ma!,AlA.A after sjiendinj; (he jhol(lays
with her father.
Mr. Robert Sloan, aftr spending
the holidays with his parents, re
turned to Memphis Monday night.
;l'-MissH'eFinhiis 'CahAoA and Naomi
M(hrisl4anhayetreturmid to the city
frdni -their dm In 'ShHbyville to en
ter, school . i . .
;'Mri. Laura' 'Alien, 'of Lebanon, Tenn.,
is visitinir heif .- sister.: , Mrs. 0. W.
Stokes, of Fourteenth avenue, South.
Mies F.lsif Rass formerly of Nasn
vftliJ 7hii nhw of rthirazo: 4 visiting
Mjsi )ohhlliggins. bliss Bas has just
finished a, course' in nairdressing, mani
?urUS4tfl' Electrolysis, and will spend
a few months of rest witn menus na
Have your washing dojie at
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Dr. J. B. Singleton, Slgr
Ar ti,easD to iKve
Iyou au, on him ax
H AIMAN y LOEB'S,
22 FOURTH AVE., NORTH,
Where he will be glad to show you an
elegant stock of high grade, up-to-date
Fuji Dress Suits for Banquets, Parties,
Balls and other Entertainments.
Hatband Men's Furnishing Goods
At Moderat Prices.
M. G. DODSON
1011 Watkins Street: v '
you think of signs
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PI10SPH0 QUININE TABLETS
A SURE CURE FOR
Cofds, Couofbs,. Bronchial
Troubles, Grippe, Car-
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AND OF GREATER BENEFIT IN CASES OF
Neuralgia, Malarial Troubles,
ChUs, Fevers and the like. ,
TELEPHONES, Main ' 1718 and Main 4035
FOR ANYTHING THAT COMES FROM A
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DAVJD JT KUHNViDru
CorCedar & 1 2th Ave. N., Nashville, Tennv.
reTVtiles.pSh is now a llVSiWi ye
'Miss Ella d DardenMs-'sHnMlrfg.fhe
Mrs. JCynthia Cox and her niece,
Miss Lena Cox, of Lynnville, were in
the cit last week, the guests of Mrs.
BufortL of Fogg street.
The proofreading force, of the Bap
tist Publishing House has moved into
the new buiyinv . y , .,. -,
Mrs. Iadviiiie''Br6iii is'up'Arteb
ing ill for several days.
Mr. Lan West, after spending' a 'few
days with his ien -a Clrksville,
holidavs with her parents In hast
Nashville... . , , I
'?;' nr'i.L.- Tr-fc--:m' h r,f icnc:
frtifferna. street, :-aid M"is Jones, both
connected wth,the ,M anil F. College,
Hopkitisviutf Ky. ;aner--"spenuins a.
pleasant Christmas in this city, left
for their field of duty last Friday
(Miss Will' Bfll Dodson entertained
al number of fiends at dmner last
Xednesda, Vambng wheyn l.was Miss
Anna stoui, 01 vjnicago.
street, spenr mer nonaays ac opuns-
hill with her parents.
Mr. S. Evans Shirley is again in the
employ of - the " Baptist " Publishing
Mrs. Rohelia, of Eighteenth avenue,
North, entertained a few friends at
dinner last Thursday in honor of Miss
Anna -Stoutxof Chicago. '
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Randals are
ing on Jefferson street. fe j- j
Mr. Brooks, of . Fourteenth avenue
North, is suffering from" an attack of
lagrippe. ,, :
Mr. Lucu H. Gilmore, an employe
of the" Globe, Ls spending the holidays
at Columbia with his parents, Rev. and
MYs-V. S. Gilmore. -x ,.
Mrs." Alice Wright, ofatterson
street, who has been sick tor several
days, is some better this weelc.
Miss Frances L. Moore, of 1834 Cart
wright street, is suffering from the ef
fects of lagrippe.
' iMissflsoTff Garrett left for Birming
ham this vvek after spending a few
days with relatives and friends.
Mr. French .-Jackson, of .St.,. -Louis,
The Marshal Niel Art Club will
re a party -this evening at the rtsi-'
nonce oi uev.-. aim .urs. &uuon r-
(Iriggs. .-)..; t 1 . - i
Miss Maggie. Kelley left Saturday
for h?r.:hotn'e in Columbia. Tenn after
pending several days of Christmas
week with her brother, bhe took'vnh
hT-MisS-Winfry,iof Little Rock, Ark.,
to stay a week or-more. ' ' '
The Christmas exercise, at Mount'
Olive Baptist Church last Thursday
night, "Santa Claus, Jr.," was' a big
success. There was a large crowd and
the program was well rendered. ' j
The public is taking advantage of ,
The Globe's .New'' Year Offer of $1.00
per year. . ' ' . , ' ;
'Rev. Wm.' Beckham, D. D., Field Sec,
retary of the Home Mission Board, of
the .National Baptist Convention, is in
the city for a couple; of days. . Jle'.says
that "ie must come home occasionally
tcj catch, iip. with his" correspondence.
' Rev. Mr. Cook, of Memphis, Tenn.,
is in the city on a holiday vacation.,'
Miss James DeWitt Shorter, of the
stenographic force of the Baptist' Pub-',
lifhing House,- spent the ..holidays at
h()me.. r ' ' J , ' .. "-
tMiss Blanche Baker,, of. East Nash
ville, . entertained . at. dinner . Thursday
Mjlsses. .Elsie Taylor(i lona .Butler and
Martha llarlan, of Fisk.' .She also had
as her guests Prof. Fort, of .Dyersburg
and Miss- Janie.jBenson.. ". . . , , i j -.
liss' Beulfth .Wilsonij of- Donelson .
stjeeti and-Mr, Wayman Box spent
Sdnday in Dickson, iTenn: .' r j
Miss Nelsotf, who ? teaches 'at Tulla
hojna, spent the holidays In the city. '
Mrs. Bettie Richardson " Paine, ; of
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ashuille Furniture Go.
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Wesley Cunningham.'' ' '
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i ! 21fi Third Avenue, North.
-Will Todd. ' ' ... " .
' L. B. Hughes.
-Esq. Wtn Crump.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
In the city visiting ,his, mother. Mr.
Jackstonflivd Jn Nashyille when a boy,
but hks been away for-about ten years.
Miss Eleanor .Battle was in charge
of the Globe 'office several days this
week-ufing the absence of Miss Lady
vMr. James Darden . is in the city
from Louisville, Ky, visiting his par
ents, of 715 Williams street, East
The Treasurer of the Globe Publish
ing Company is in receipt of a beauti
ful calender for-1908, the compliments
of the People's Invtment and Bank
ing Company of Bi uingham, Ala., of
which W. L. Laudet 'ale is the presi
dent. The Allen League Christian Endeav
or of St. Paul A. M. E. Church, held
its services Sunday evening at G:30.
The principal speaker for the evening
was Rev. R. H. Boyd. He spoke on
"Foreign Missions." Next Sunday
Bishop Evans Tyree will address the
Bishop Q. II. Phillips spent several
days in Jackson, Tenn., this week on
official business of the Church.
i Mrs, vTosIe' Bradford and daughter,
Miss Georgia Anna Bradford, of 132
Fourteenth avenue, North, entertained
several friends at dinner Sunday. Mrs.
Bradford left Monday morning to
spend several days in . Smyrna.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Perry, of Smyrna,
Tenn., were in the city one day this
week en route to Hot Springs, Ark.,
where they will spend the winter.
The Woman's Auxiliary to the Na
tional Baptist Convention has sent out
a very neat calender for 1908. There
is a-fine specimen of a busy woman of
the race on.it, with a motto, "Get
Busy1." They are being sent from
Louisville by Miss N.- H. Burroughs,
the secretary.-' '
, Miss Alva Booze has a sister .visiting
her in the ' person' of Miss Mayme
Bppze.j; Sh,e; r as iu .school i during the
great Walden fire and is well known
here. Both are at' Mrs. McMillan's on
Rev. W. S. Ellington was indisposed
several days this week.
!ivrj Frank'iGordon, of iNorthj Rakqta1,
wiio was a student at Fisk last year,
and who is now taking) a law course
In' the' University of Minnesota, says
the Nashville Globe is the best paper
published-by the race.
Miss Lizzie Wells, of Fourteenth
avenue, North, was at home Sunday to
her city friends. She returned to the
T'nlvprs'lty 'Monday.' ' i '
Mrs. J. A. Liggins, after bavin"; boon
C(Jtifin"dj to jhjrjbedlfnr tlio- r ' r ; (lijrov
Weeks with An liNssv " oo(h is
now ,able. to s-if upj
' '"Miss1 A; 'Marie Darden is in the city
visiting her parents j wh 'rfside. '.. n
'P in Rigs of Every Description.
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Hamilton, Ohio, who is visiting he 440 THlRD AVENUE N0RTH
son, Captain' R. B. Richardson 7and ' '
family,' of 1015 Sixteenth avenue, will
rejnain in the city for some time. :
Vlr. ThomiaS Johnson, of Montreal, '
Canada, who came home "tO'Jvisit -his
mother, Mrs. Marie Johnson, and sis
ter, Mrs. Gehfe' B." Williams,: ' of r 1004
McLemore street, -spent several days
this ' week visiting relatives and
friends in Columbia,: Tenn.
JVIn-and Mrs. - John .T. Davis, Miss
Estella Davis and-Miss Florence Davis,
of 419 Fifteenth avenue, North, who
have -been .seriously sick for some time,
ait1 much -better and able to be out.
Ir. .J. Henry Burton, of Portland,
Oregon, after a stay of two months,
left for hof ne Saturday morning. Mr.
Burton's Visit here was prolonged in
thfc' fjnXefest of a cozy brick residence
he' has, Had erected for his sister, Miss
Emma-Jo. Burton. Miss Burton will
Louisville & Nashville R .R.
New Union Station.
Fourth ave., North.
City Ticket Ollice,
Telephone Main 75S
Louisville & Cincinnati... H:4"ain
I.onisville Cincinnati... 7:Bfiam
Louisville & Cincinnati 8:()0pni
Kvansville tSi Chicago. 3:f7am
Kvansville : Chicago 7:40pni
KvansvillH A Si Louis 3:fi7;itn
Kvansville & St. Louis.... a7:it0am
Kvansville & st Louis...
ery, Mobile and New
ery, Mobile and New
Nashville & Scottsville
Nashville & Llartsvillu
Ae.commofliitinn . 5:10dii1
contifatie to reside at the old family iiopkingviiie Aecom'oda...a5 :45pm
C i . . . . !nhm a Vr I ' I n t I r n I I I u
tiOTnestead, having secured an efficient
8 :10a in
...2:am 3 :37am
hojiekeeper in the person of Mrs. Ta-
'?assie Dodson is "ill at her
home, 1734 Jefferson street
The Clari( Printing Company, the
B. Y. P. U. d lartment of ;the National
Baptist Convt tion, with the offices of
Rev. Sutton E. Griggs and E. M. Law
rence, have been moved to their new
quarters at 409 Gay street.
Messrs H. E. and Thomas Starnes,
of Chicago, are in the city visiting
their mother, Mrs. Mollie Starnes, of
Eighteenth avenue, North. There was
a pleasant reunion on Christinas Day.
The family had met for a number of
Mrs. Ed. Pryor, of Dickerson pike,
is very much indisposed this week.
Mrs. Nannie'. Thomas, of Sixth ave
nue, North, is somewhat in bad health.
The hoop drill at Salem's Concert
this week, headed by Misses Martha
Stratton and Maud Stewart, the Tam
bourine Drill, headed by Isaac Stew
art, Felton Stratton, and Doll Drill,
headed by Mabel McGavock, deserve
One of the most enjoyable features
of the season was the Christmas Con
cert given by the Sunday school of
Salem A. M. E. Church last Monday
night, December 30. The closing ex
ercise cf the night was one deserving
special mentioning which was com
posed of the following persons: Messrs.
G. J. Baskett, Foster Turner and J. B.
Robinson, Misses Lizzie E. Buchanan
and Annie C. Jones. Title, "The Ef
fects of War."
Messrs. O. H. Sublett, J. B. Robinson
and", J. C. Sublett, Fisk students, were
the social guests of Misses Foster, Mer
rill and Doyle, of Franklin, Tenn., last
Thursday and Friday.-
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Harlan, of Sixth
avenue, have returned to their former
home, Clarksville, Tenn., for an in
Mr. Ross, of Sixth .avenue, North, is
very much' indisposed.'
Miss Susie Bentley, of Castalian
Springs, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene. Silvers, of North Coffee street,
quite recently while en route to De
tonia, Florida, i .
Ouite a. happy couple are .Mr. and
Mrs Albert Seay, of Sixth avenue, who
are rejoicing over their fine baby boy,
John William, presented to them quia:
recently as a namesake of John R.
Robinson and William Clarkston.
The residence .of Rev. I. J. Edwatds.
paslor of Salem : A. M. E. 'Church, on
Sixth avenue .ortn. wis slightly dam
aged by. Are last rf-edv due fo a defec
tive flue - ' 1 ' .
; Mtssre ...iamr Harian . xnd Smith
Harhin; and wife, of Sixth avenue. N..
were called -to their- former home,
ClarksvillCi Tenn, on-account of . the
death of theirr brother, Benjamin, wlia
was .murdered. , . . . , , ;
Nashville & Clarksville
Nashville & Decatur Ac
Columbia & Mt. I'lehs.int.. 3:50pm
j Shellleid, & Tuscumbia..7 :40am
Daily. Tlaily except sunaay.
I a Stops at North College-street 6tation.
i Train arriving at 4:65 p.m. rons from
I Train arriving: at 7:45 p m brings conn'ec
i tions from Tuscumbia and Florence.
It. O. WALL1S. W HAL. MVSTAINE,
District Pass. Agent Citv Ticket Agent.
Mrs. L. V. Lofton has been spending
the past week in Tuscumbia, Ala., vis
j iting friends and the city schools,
where she was one of the teachers for
several years before coming to Nash
ville. She will leave for Chattanooga
Saturday, accompanied by Miss Louie
Beli, Goodloe, of Tuscumbia, to visit
Mr. James Burnett, oi1 31 Eleventh
avenue, South, will leave for Chat
tanooga, Tuesday morning to spend a
few days with her friends and will
stop over in Smyrna on her way home.
Mrs. Dovie Coleman, of Chicago, who
is in the city visiting relatives and
friends, called at the Globe office Mon
day. Rev. Andrew Adams, of Dixon
Springs, is in the city visiting his
many friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Armstrong have
returned to the city having spent sev
eral months in Clarksville, Tenn.
They will spend the winter here and
leave for Chicago in the spring.
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Ewlng, Mr. and
Mrs. T. L. Armstrong and Miss Mary
S. Ewing spent last Sunday In Frank
lin visiting relatives and friends.
Mrs. Nannie P. Porter having spent
the holidays at home, will leave for her
school at I asquo Monday.
Master Jesse Hickman, of Chicago,
is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. James Overton.
Mrs. Susie Jones, of Chicago, Is vis
iting relatives in East Nashville.
Mrs. Reed, of Bowling Green, Ky.,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
James Overton, will leave for her
home Saturday morning.
Mrs. Katie Shelby Martin is visit
ing her mother on North First street.
Miss Lena Smith, of St. Louis, form
erly of Nashville, is visiting her par?
cuts in this city. ,
Mrs. M. Overton, Mrs. S. Jones, Mrs.
Reed, of Bowling Green. Ky., and Mas
ter Jesse. Hickman, of Chicago, visited
Mrs. Shute. at Briersvillo last Mon
day. ' -
Mrs. -Callio D. House, National Sec
retary of the Ex-Slaye Movement, lias
returned from a business trip to Wah
iiuton. I). C. She visited the James
town Exposition the .closing week,
while en her way to Washington.
Mrs. W, T. McNairy is in the city
visiting her mother and other relatives.-
She r will spend a portion of the
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R W. REECE, Secretary.
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