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THE NASHVILLE GLODE, FRIDAY, JULY 17. 1908.
GREENWOOD PARK SATURDAY, (o) THIS BEAUTIFUL PARK WILL BE FORMALLY DEDICATED ON EMANCIPATION DAY SATURDAY, AUGUST 0. All Drill Corps, Lodges, Societies, Schools and Citizens with vehicles, Floats, Horseback Riders, etc., will com pose a beautiful spectacle. This being the Forty-sixth Anniversary ol" the Emanci pation Proclamation all should join to make it glorious. Greenwood Park is one of the creatures of the proclama tion, and you arc invited to take part in the celebration. GRAND PARADE Will form at 9 o'clock, corner of Fifth Ave, N., and Crawford Street, headed by a Brass Band, under the Chief Marshal and Staff, and march south on Fifth Avenue to Ash Street and take cars ior the Park. PROGRAM AT PARK, 11 A. JUiase Ball 12 H.-Band Concert 1 P. M.Flower Parade. 8 P. 2 P. M.-Dcdieaiion Services. 4 P. M. Dress Parade, (i P. H.--Sham Battle. JI.-Fireworks. Adm ission B D Greenfield-TaiDoi-Hieiii iio. AN ARCHITECT IN EVERY BUSI NESS. The professions are so crowded that the successful men and women must be artists, if they are leaders. Friend, ship, fraternal "pull," acquaintance, have their value, sometimes sectarian ism piays a part, but above all these, towering like a colossus, is artistic ability, real genius brains and skill. Oneness of purpose, if you please. The old adage of "two many irons in the fire some will burn up," is as true to day as when first promulgated. The man who works in iron does well. Iron is a metal, and so is gold; but people who want artistic jewelery never go to the blacksmith's. They do, not employ the services of the man who can do both. They want an artist. The architect is the man who builds the house btfoie the lumber is fashioned or the stone cut. In every business theie is that same architect and he de termines what is to be. The vast ma jority of the Funeral Directors in tii is country depend upon the factory's architect to design their caskets and the consumer pays forihe service; not so with Air. Johnson. lie devotes his time a.na talent to designs and draw ings from which are made those beau tiful caskets which are daily admired by the great number of people who visit his place. He is not "The bu tell er, the baker, the candlestick maker," dividing his brains and talent in things fraternal, ecclesiastical, specu lative and adventurous, which promise pecuniary profit; but the one thing he lias pledged to do and without doubt is uoing conducting the most satlsfac toi y undertaking business in the coun try. Instead of showing pictures from the catalogue, Mr. Johnson has it customers call at his show rooms, and theie are numerous caskets of his own creation, made from his drawings, in white, purple, lavender, cream, ashes of loses, ebony, steel grey colors, with a dozen giades of ixture in shrine, couch, dropside, and all styles known to the profession. The people see not only the particular casket, but have a choice in the linings, handles, trim mings, etc., and,-as a result, the peo: pie are all satisfied and the sorrows are largely alleviated because of the ii and of an experienced and skilled ar tist. Lovers of the beautiful will find Mr. Johnsons work much to admire, even in the paraphernalia of death. Such is the universal testimony of visitors to the city who invariably pay the estab lishment a visit and come away with words of admiration and praise. MANUFACTURERS Ai3 BEUE3S itl FURNIT MATTRESSES SP! Jti;, S, ETC. WE CAN AND DO SELL - FUR CHEAPER Than any House TNE South WHY? Because Ve Manufacture the FURNITURE we Sill. " From Forest to Fireside." TPLUPHONH VlfllN 1006 or 1007. 209 Third Ave, North, NASHVILLE, TEH!!. To add to the already most hand some and elegant turnout in the city, Hon. A. N. Johnson has just received two sets of snowy white, silver mount ed harness with all the trappings of completeness the first of its kind ever shown in Nashville. These will be used on special occasions for his Arabian horses. HIS TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY. Mr. Howard Randall Thompson, the son of Prof. W. S. Thompson, last Fri. day entered into manhood and hi' father bade him stand alone. The young man's year of majority was celebrated by a birthday dinner at his home, 1305 Demonbreun street. THE BAPTIST PICNIC. (Continued frcm Page 1.) adding up the tallies made in thia game. It is said that everything is fair in war or politics; however true that may be, one thing is true every thing . was fair in the ladies' game, and it went, too. Late in the afternoon im merry-go-round started its music and became the center of attraction, the cynosure of all eyes, and those eyes Were not all children eyes, either.. This closed a comedy-of-errors day, one of the most pleasant ever spent in Green wood, after which every one depart ed for home, feeling as happy as one of the "Merry Wives of Windsor." CITY ITEMS. Mr. ltobt. C. Eason, who has been ill with malarial fever, is much im proved and will be able to be out in a few days. Mrs. James Johnson, of 318 Eighth avenue, North, was indisposed for sev- tral days this week. Mrs. J. W. Johnson and children, of Chicago, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson, will soon have for Franklin and Columbia to spend the summer. The members of the family of Dr. W. II. Bailey, of Princeton, Ky., are the guests of Mrs. 13. J. Bailey, of 1S08 Jeiferson street. Mrs. Florence Scott, after a ten days' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Lula Woodfolk, has returned to her home at Clarksville, Tenn. Miss Myrtle Johnson, of East Nash ville, will spend the summer at Mont eagle Springs. Mr. M. II. Freeman has returned to the city after, having visited several of his Branch Councils at Itiddleton, Tenn. On Friday night he installed the officers of Magnolia Council, No. 11, at Harding Hall, In the presence of a large audience. Mrs. ADnie Brown, of Quarry street, io fastly improving to the delight of her friends. Mrs. Mary E. Tombs and mother, Mrs. Lizzie Hill, of D2G Herman street, who have been spending two months with relatives in Cartersville, Ga., are again at home. Mr. Tom Saddlefield, of 284G Clifton stieit, who have been sick for more than a year, does not seem to improve in health. Mrs. B. S. Davidson and Mrs. A. Willis spent a part of last week with Mi. (Jilleit Byrd, of Clifton pike. Mrs. Amy Harrington, of 2905 Clif ton pike, spent last Sunday in Murfieesboro, visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Jchnetta McClain, of 1539 Four teenth av(nue, North, who has been (.onl'nert to her room on account of ill :u ss, is improving. Ms. Kattie L. Wilson, of G3 Robin son ?t.ett. has gone to Tullahoma, to f-pi-nd three weeks with Mrs. Mary Blanton Mr. J. C. Thompson, of Eighteenth avenue, Noith, after spending several days out of the city, is at home again. Mis. C'assie Greer, of Waverly Place, is attending the meeting of the Grand Coiiit. of Calanthe at Clarksville this week. Miss Gertrude Harlan, of Columbia, is visiting relatives and friends in Nashville. She is the guest of Misses f;nni and Bessie Woodfolk, of Jeffer son street. l'iof. and Mrs. W. G. Hynes arrived in the city Wednesday, after a very ; lea art t ip for two weeks. A re i t ion v. .15 given them at their home, 439 Ninth avenue, North. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will hold their annual conven tion at the First Baptist Church July 21 -22. Tuesday, July 21st, will be the children's L. T. L. Medal Contest. M,s. J. A. McOlendon and son have gone to Murfreesboro for the sum mer. Mrs. Peyton and Mrs. Gray returned from Goodlettsville and reported a suc cessful trip. Lectured Monday night at the Methodist Church to a large au dience. In the potato contest Miss Martha Phillips won the first prize a beautiful 1 a"k comb. The second and third priors, handkerchiefs, were won by Misses High and Harris. Little Enos Bell, the son of Mrs. Carrie Bell, of 910 Fourteenth avenue, who has been sick for about four weeks with typhoid fever, has recovered. ffOke: !4l8Ced,irSt. 'Phone Maln4l50.Y Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 12 2:30 to 4:30 . m. 6:30 to 7:30 p. m. DR. T. II, ELLIOTT, Residence: 109 1st Ave., S. Tlione :!8i:i-L NAS'nVILLE, TENN. AIL CALLS ANSWTRED PROMPTLY DAY OR MOW. Offlct 'Phon 1271. Residence 'Phone 3443-R. Or, J, B, Singleton, DENTIST, OFFICE: RESIDENCE: 408 Cedar St. 1116 Jefferson St. 1-39-07 tt. AZORlV THE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD! At ail Grocery Stores, Cafes and Stands. 6c. a Bottle. FINE CHICKED FOR SA E. We have selling of ejrgs from Hie genuine barred PLYHOilM ROCK HENS. We can als i furnish pairs, of these chickeii-s ai i asoiinbL prices. The brood is direct fr. in Helvidne, X. J. For further infoniuti n call on oi write MBS. ?. G ?)i;J3XTEn, Box 309, ' - Madisonv;il8, Ky. CO TO I HE 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. E. T. KLLLtR. Genera! Manager. 424 Jo Johnston Avenue. FOR RE I3 I FIVE ROOMS FOR RENT CHEAP Upstairs In 812 Cedar street. Ap ply at 812 Cedar street. FOR SALE Two Bicycles, a boy's and a girl's in fine order. Call 142 Fourteenth avenue, North. RIEM SPARKLING nri! Hi..flNw. beg u-s Healthful, Refreshing AT All SODA rolMa AM l MILLS iCE join w. m, DKAIJ'R IN ICE. All orders t.tken over trie phone will be promptly delivered. RHONE MAIN 178. Established 1886 Telephone Main 1254 Bargains in Diamonds and Watches SHYER'S LOAN OFFICE We Advance Liberally on Watches, Diamonds and all other Articles of Value. Our Motto: A Square Deal 238 Fourth Ave . N Nashville, Tenn. II- SUDEKUL1 & SON Manufacturers and Shippers of ICE CREAM AND SHERBET PAur.y PAircc un pAunv 817 Broadway. Sear Terminal Station PHONES, iMain 10S0 and 11)35. Dry Goods and Carpet Go.v Third Avenue, between Union Street " and Public Square. Carry the Best Stock of Carpels,. The Best Assortment ol Sifts and Dress Goods, The Handsomest Line el Cloaks and Suits. DUNCAN R. DORMS, Bicycles and Supplies. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. "We are closing out our sporting Goods a cost." (ilve us a call. 153 8th Ave., North. CALL ON OR RING UP J. S. GIBBS WHEN YOU WANT A Pleasure Wagon f. r Picnics, Outings, Basket L-i v.-.o.-;;. The wi.'i is !;ui;, comioil..! ;:;-t (., -:i Aione 751) kJa. AJJrtss SCO Ccu.r It.