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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1908.
t Br. El. W. Lynch, DENTIST Out of Town Days. AT COLUMBIA: Sfttardaji, Sindayi and Mondays. Telephone, Main 4J60-Y. ,1418 Cedar Street. HO MORE C00KII1G! Fine Lunches or litgalar Meals. CITY ITEMS. Mr. Edward Lewis aud Mrs. D. J. Laird were called to Pulaski last week to attend the funeral of Mr. Jonas Lewis, father of Dr. V. A. Lewis, who graduated from Meharry with the class till..': iv V HCW SI- PHONE. MAIN lotffl Mrs. Louis K. Thomas, who is Rwnrt. o the hot days at Estill Snrines. writes Mr n- u- Ridley and daughter, Miss that she and Louis K.. Jr.. are havinff Laledonia of 13U8 Twelfth avenue. the time of their lives berry picking Nortn uave just arrived home from fishing and riding. They will spend aa extended trip through West Ten Friday iu Tullahoma. nessee. Miss Beatrice HiU tk Mrs. Lizzie Gibson, formerly of thi9 idly after a four weeks' confinement city' but now of lndianapolis, who has 304-306 BROADWAY. wun lever. ueen visaing ner uncle, nas returned Misses G. A. Cavton and Tnhitha to her home. Claybrooks are taking a business Wiss Josie Rhodes, of Indianapolis, was uiarrieu 10 Mr. J. u. JNlcnoia on HOWSE BROS. FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY. We Can Furniih Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen. We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly. NASHVILLE, TENN. UTLEY & ERWIN'S CAFF and ICR CREAM PARLOR, course under Dr. Jj G. sTuith worry. Mrs. Frank Stump is attending the nveunesuay, July i&, at the residence Grand Lodge session of Pythians tills o hei sister, Mrs. Cora Phillips, 515 Preston Taylor. Telephone y6. Costs less to eat here than at home and no Come by and try our delicious cream. 19 LAFAYETTE ST., MTU NASHVILLE. HOURS: 10 A. M. t I P. M. weeii. Mis. Anna Smith is suendine a few days in south Nashville with her North West street, lived in this .city. Miss 1L 11. Mason, matron The bride once of the TAYLOR & CO frienus, Mtsdames Bryant and Thomu- scuoo) ox" tne Uea anu" Dumb, at Mrs. 0. A. Cash, SHAMPOOING, : i CALP-TREATING. SCIENTIFIC HAIR PREPARATION POMADE. son Aiiss L. A. Garden who has been con fined io ner bed lor the past few weeiis wun lever, is convalescing slowly. an s. Missouri Alien, oi ruiasui, wiio was in the cuy lasi week, lett tor ner home Wednesday. Mr. V. tu Mciemore. of Thirtepnth Softens t'je hair, Cures all Scalp Diseases, avenue, South, leit tms week tor Lou- Removes Dandruff, Beautifies the hair lsvnie on a pleasure trip. and prevents it from falling out. A TRIAL WILL PROVE THE ABOVE Pomade 25 Cts. a Box, M44 MADISON & WELKER Nashville. Tenn. Airs. Mary uaiues, loimeriy of this cuy, but now a resident of Louisville. is in the city to spend a montn. Uev. J. ii. Lawrence, of Chicauo. will be ma guest of his brotner, Kev. is. iu. jL.awieuce, during tne Baptist State PAY HO MORE DIG PRICES. BUY FROM THE , PHONE Main 3832-L End of Kayne Ave., car line Convention next week. Sam Carter, at but; Cherry street, maYts pantaloon making a specialty. ah. vv. rt. McLitmore, me great tenoi singer, spent Sunday in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. j no. it. Kelly, Jr., returned to the city tliis morning alter having spent inree busy days at Clarksville, r enu., attending tbe Grand Lodge ses sion in me rvnigms ot Pytlnas ot Tennessee. Mrs. A. P. Ciews, of St. Louis. Mo.. arrived in tne city this morning. She, wun Mrs. J. 11. Kelly, and son. Unas. Winfrey, and Miss Maggie Kelly, will leave tor Columbia, Tenn., to-morrow afternoon. Alter several week's stav. t mis. crews and Mrs E furniture and Carpet Co. Largest and cheapest Credit store In Amer ica, 22 stores. Has a credit system which ex tends from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the Gulf to the Great Lakes on the north. Call or Write to, Mme. M. E. COX, Solicitor And also Aoent for EUREKA BRASS ELECTRIC COMB. 920 2 1 st Ave., (Tweed St.) Nashville, Tenn. SYPHI LIS Can be cured permanently and speedily at Home. FOR PARTICULARS, ADDRESS Woodward Drug Co WHARF AVE., NASHVILLE, TENN. Sold Agents for R. Sofge Remedy A CURE GUARANTEED MRS, E, B. BRIDGES, Dressmaker iinoxville, Tenn., is visiting in the city, the guest of Miss John D. Thompson, 1305 Demonbiuen street. Mr. Thomas M. Porter, of Hot Springs, Ark., who has been here for some weeks visiting his brother, Uev. A. V. Poiter, lett on Monday night tor Chicago and the West. Mr. Poiter is an old Tennessean and was on the go all the time while here. Sam Carter, 5uU Fourth avenue, N., makes tiousers from If 4.00 upward to .fl2, and guarantees fit, quality, dura bility. Give him a call; samples now on hand. Mr. E. VV. Knight, of Fifteenth ave nue, North, who has been located at Shellield, Ala., for some time; was a delegate to the Grand Lodge, I. O. I., which met in this city last week. Mr. Knight met many old friends while here. Mr. it. A. Mayberry, of 1G15 Phillips street, left the city Monday evening lor Clarksville, where he will spend a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stevens, who lived on Eighteenth avenue, North, are now living on liynes street. Mrs. J. VV. Work, Sr., and her little granddaughter, Florence Sango, of Ce dar street, left the city Wednesday to pay a visit to Mrs. A. W. S. Sango, at Muskogee, I. T. Queen Esther Court will have a Funeral Directors and Erabalmers, CAItltlAUES FOR HIRE. 449 Fiurth Aienne, North, Nashville, - Tenn. e-ira-'OGutf 1 WU 1 Man. M S f JW 1 . Il -A tm !k July 23 Miss Millie D. Mayberry, of 1G15 Phillips street, left the city Monday morning for St. Louis, when she will J. 11. Kelly anu son Will return in this r-itv .... ' I rri'O r r rri- frw r f U a f I t n rr !!- 11 X.T r ine strollers' social Club, which was ? . fa , ' oiganized some wks a,rn Vueuy sueui, on iuuisuay uigui, uist laiiybo Outing at Greenwood Park last Wednesday night, the hon oree guests being ivns. Goodwine, ot Canada, ami ivnsu itocio -io..l- Fayetteviiie. Quite an enjoyable even- slfnd t,ae. lemainder of the summer nig was spent. The Monitor Chorus Voices gave a social at the lesidence of Mrs. Watkins, 1.507 liynes street, Wednesday nignt. A very nice musical program was ten dered. Music and games were the fea tures of the evening. At a late hour light refreshments were served, con sisting of ices and cake. The honoree gutst was Miss UcSaic Clark, oi ray ettevilie. 314 14th Avenue North. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 'j The auditorium of the First Baptist Church has been painted in colore that are at once restful to the eyes and beautiful. Everything looks decidedly pleasing and attractive. Sunday, July 19. the opening exercises and rally will take place. Rev. C. H. Clark, D. D., of Mt. Olive Baptist Church, and his mem bers have been invited to take part. All members are requested and friends of the church are invited to be present and assist, in the services and rally. The Sunday-school room has also been completed and made to look in viting and beautiful. All pupils and f i lends of that department are asked to be present Sunday morning. Rev. Henry Allen Boyd, the successful and popular teacher of Class No. 1G, which is destined to be the Philathea class of the Mt. Olive Sunday-school, will be present and address the school. He Is devoted to Sunday-school work, and those who will be present will hear a young man who will not only have something to say, but will say some thing. It is hoped that both the church and Sunday-school services will be well attended. Miss Fannie McGee, of the Murfrees boro pike, Is visiting Misses Fannie .Jennings and Fannie Haggatt, of East Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bowling, of 1635 Patterson street, attended the Grand Lodge session at Clarksville. Miss Ladye B. Stringer returned from Clarksville to-day. Miss Jennie Smith, of East Nash' -Ville, is sick with typhod fever. with relatives, Mrs. Mattie Moore Buchanan and Miss Mary Moore, of New York, are in the city visiting friends and rela tives. While here they will be the guests of Mrs. Alice Wright, of 171G Patterson street. ' Mrs. Lewis Johnson, of Chicago, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Eliza beth Chadveli, ef 202 Sylvan street, East Nashville, and her father and GIOTH 1 Oil Kll T THE I.ATF.ST STYLES IN - Men's, Women's and Children's CLOTHING Hats and Shoes are Ready for You fl A WEEK ennie V. Anderson, of East Ti 3, will be the guest of Mrs J1212? Wells street Wes Nash- irilla IVIvj TnhnoAn i;aa rnrmor v Mica Alias J Nashville, Alex. Simmons, of Murfreesboro. toi a few days. Misses Alary Porter and Janie Greene, after a visit to Miss Susie 11. Williams, have returned to their homes at Columbia. Sam Carter, the tailor, will send any where in town for your goods and de liver on time. Miss Maggie Green, after a short vis it to friends and relatives, has gone to ventucky tor a visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Tate, of 32o Eighth avenue, North, spent the week in Clarksville among friends and ac! quaintances, and incidentally visiting the sessions of the Pythian Grand Lodge. Master Streeter Burkenee, of Shel- byville, has been visiting his aunt and uncle, Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Sreeeter, and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Greages. Mrs. Janits Tombs and Miss McNairy spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Tombs' mother, Mrs. Henry E. Tarv er, of 203 Eleventh aveune, North. Miss Harriet L. Tarver, and Mrs. Vish Butler were the guests of her aunt, Mrs. Martha Chatman last Sunday. When you need tailoring, see S. L. Carter, 500 Cherry street, North. Mr. Gilbert Chatman had the misfor tune to mash one of his feet Tuesday morning. Miss Jimmy McFaden. of Shelby- ville, has been in the city for several ou ville. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Miss Georgia L. Price, of this city. Let Carter, the tailor, do your clean ing, pressing, dyeing and altering. Mrs. Emma Jo Burton left the city Wednesday morning for Milford, Tex as, to be gone several weeks visiting her uncle. On her return trip she will spend a short while in New Orleans. Misses Mattie Belle Scales and Em ma Adams leave to-day for Estill Springs. Later in the season they will be joined by Miss Ruth Pearl Mc Kinney, jvho will spend the last week of her vacation there. A rally by the members and friends of Salem A. M. E. Church will begin Sunday, July 2G, and continue until the following Monday evening, the 27th inst. There will be a baby con test. The contestants are Masters John William Seay and Theodore Roosevelt Thomas. A go-cart will be given to the baby having sold the largest num ber of tickets. Mrs. George Scott and children, of Sixth avenue, North, have returned home from a month's stay in Clarksville. Mr. and Mrs. Green Hall, of Jeffer son street, are happy over an addition to their family. It's a boy, born Tues day, July 14. Mother and son are do ing nicely. Mrs. Julia Thompson, of 411 Fif teenth avenue, North, who has been quite ill for some time, is able to be Miss Georgia A. Lofton and her mother, of 914 Shankland street, are both sick. Mrs. J. B. Singleton and children, Marie and J. B., Jr., will leave the city Monday to recuperate in Tullalioma ami rcst.ni Snrinsrs. During their al u Buys Anything Here Askin & K MIMA W iUUC&l II The World's Greatest Credit Clothiers, 411 UNION STREET Go- MRS. CARRIE V. YOUNG, REPRESENTING Gordon-flartin-Gline Company, DEALERS IN DRY GOOD , READY-TO-WEAR, MILLINERY and SHOES. 316 EIGHTH AVE., N., NASHVILLE, TENN. I ittii 9 THE STOVE PEOPLE U III IBM III I IllllHljUH fflJ TRY A MONOGRAM STEEL RANGE They Bake Better Than Any Other Bum Coal or Wood and Do the Work With Ease. CAS, GASOLINE AND COAL OIL COOK STOVES At Jones & Hopkins Lifg. Co. 207 THIRD AVE . NORTH weks, visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Greages. Mrs. Emma Walton and Mrs. Bet- tie Wherry will spend Sunday in Al- lensville, Ky., visiting relatives and friends. There will possibly be a special party of six or eight business men to leave sence, Miss Ruth Pearl McKinney will wasnviiie tor tne business league, taie a vacation from her work at tne which convenes in Baltimore next National Baptist Publishing House, month. ' They will go direct from here ami wui hnve Miss Estella Montague to Baltimore. Some of them are likely wjth her at the Singleton residence. io return uy me way oi me nortnern Mrs w R Baker contemplates summer lesoi is. Upending the summer with her sisters u , uvwum x-tu uuB Shelbvville, Tenn r.. i The new tailor. Mr. Samuel L. Car rlvPB. alters and nresses anv kind of tcr, wants your tailoring business. lariips' garments Mr. and Mrs. Major Campbell have Miss Milla Mayberry, of Phillips issued invitations announcing the wed- srrnet. lpft. the citv Mondav for St. dine of their sister, Miss lizzie iu. Louis, where she will spend her vaca- Buchannon to Mr. William Osborn, of tlnn with relatives. Gallatin, at their residence, 1903 Sixth Mr. RvlvRiins Martin of Ttnfnrrl st. L venue. North, on Monday evening, tion, Tenn., spent a few days this week July Z0 with Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Buford, of Miss Emma D. Raines, of Northeast Eighteenth avenue, North. 'Nashville, has been quite ill for two . -.' HOOD PARK. Dedication of Park on Emancipation Day, SATURDAY AUGUST 8. All Drill Corps, Lodges, Societies and the Community in general invited to join in this celebration. Admission to Park IO cents. weeks, but at the present is convales-' cing. ! Mrs. Robert Robinson, of Seventh; avenue, North, has gone to Fayetteviiie : to visit relatives and friends. I Mr. Levy Cole, an energetic young man of Salem A. M. E. Church, has collected one dollar and seventy cents for educational purposes. 1LM!) Anient street, in honor of her nieces, little Misses Letitia and Char ity T toll Waddy, of Franklin. Twenty seven little people enjoyed themselves from six to nine in different kinds of games, music and dancing, after whl 'h a four-course menu was served. Mrs. G. B. Brady, of Murfreesboro. was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Florence Berry recently gaveitoiu. i;. uason, ior a few days last a delightful party at. her residence, week.