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Dr. H. 17. Lynch, DENTIST Out of Town Days. AT COLUMBIA: Saturday, Sindiji and Kondayi. Telephone, Main 4 J 50-Y. 1418 Cedar Stret. r. 110 MORE COOKIHG! tine Lunches or Regular Meals. UTLEY & ERWIN'S CAFE and ICE CREAM PARLOR. Costs less to eat here than at home and no worry. Come by and try our delicious cream. 19 L1FAVETTE ST., SOITH JliSHVlLLE. HOURS: 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Mrs. Q. A. Cash, SHAMPOOING, : i CALP-TREATING. SCIENTIFIC HAIR PREPARATION POMADE. Softens the hair, Cures all Scalp Diseases, Removes Dandruff, Beautifies the hair and prevents it from falling out. A TRIAL WILL PROVE THE ABOVE. Pomade 25 Gts. a Box. 1444 MADISON & WELKER Nashville. Tenn. PHONE Main 3832-L End of Kayne Ave., car line PAY 110 MORE BIG PRICES. BUY FROM THE MTEM Furniture and Carpet Co. Largest and cheapest Credit store In Amer ica, 22 stores, lias a credit system which ex tends from the Atlantic to the I'aclllc and from the Gulf to the Great Lakes on the north. Call or Write to, Mme. M. E. COX, Solicitor And also Agent for EURfKA BRASS ELECTRIC COMB. 920 2 1st Ave., (Tweed St.) Nashville, Tenn. and SYPHI LIS Can be cured permanently speedily at Home. FOR PARTICULARS, ADDRESS Woodward Drug Cot WHARF AVE., NASHVILLE, TENN. Sold Agents for R. Sofge Remedy A CURE GUARANTEED I CITY 1XEMS j MHS, E, B. BRIDGES Dressmaker t 314 14th Avenue North. STRING MUSIC. Flint class music for PuiM-tag or Serenading, Lawn-festivals and weddings a specialty. CLAUD BROTHERS, Phone Main 4654, 1106 South St. 7-24-08 SQUIHE wh. GRUHP h oendont Candidate for SHERIFF Subject to the will of the people. August Election, 1908 7-24-08 DELECTABLE LUNCHEON. Mrs. Carrie White Brown enter tained at her lovely country home on the Hriek Church pike the following ladies to a delectable luncheon: Mes dames Susie Howard Montgomery of Kansas City, Kan., Maud White Rhodes of Chicago, Mrs. Irene Doxey Jiobinson and Miss Alice L. Doxey. Mrs. Watson Boyd, of 711 Sylvan avenue, was very pleasantly sur prised by the arrival of her cousin, Mr. Henry Landon, of Sandford, Fla,, last Monday and also Mr. Walter Landon, of Chattanooga. Mrs. John Wendell and son. John Wendell. Jr., left the city Saturday evening for Chicago, where thev will visit their uncle. Whil Rhsent from the city Mrs. Wendell will visit several of the summer resorts on the Lakes. She is exDected to return about September 1. Rev. Thos. O. Fuller, D. D.. pastor Of the First BaDtist Church. Mem phis, and President of the Howe In stitute, is in the city attending the Tennessee Baptist State Convention. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fagala. of Chat tanooga, spent Friday in the city. Miss Carrie Lovell, of 906 Blank street, who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks, is much improved. Dr. P. R. Burrus, alter spending the week attending the Grand Lodge K. of P.. is home again. Miss Bessie Garrett, of 922 Blank street, lett the city last Thursday for Lexington. Miss Garrett has been elected a teacher in a school near that place and will spend the rest of the summer in training the vounsr idea to shoot. Mrs. Cora E. Burks, of Knoxville, is the guest of Mrs. Gilbert White, ol 9 Garden street, this week. Among those who visited the office tills week were Prof. Erwiu of Clarks ville, Mrs. Cora E. Burk of Monroe, and Mrs. Gilbert White. Aliss Clara Lewis will leave the city in a short while to visit Goodwin, where she will be the guest of Mrs. Jackson. Mrs. Robert Brooks and little daughter and son, of Troy, Tenn., are the guests of her brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly. They will leave in a tiort while for Goodwin, where they will be the guests of Mrs. Jack son. Miss Viola Worley spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Ollie B. Cheat ham, of 1910 Sixth avenue, North. Miss Carrie Beatrice Page has gone to the mountains for the summer to improve her health. Master Silas Williams, of Murfrees boro, who has been in the city the guest of the Page family for a few weeks, has returned to his home. Mr. W. H. Hughes, of 829 Overton street, who has been ill for a few days, is able to be at his post of duty Miss Estella Burns left the city last wcc.i .or CoiUmuta to spend the sum mer. Mrs. iM. S. T. Scott and her little daughter, Estelle, of Pulaski, are vis iting in the city, the guests of Miss J. V. Dixon and Prof. J. B. Batte and family. Miss L. A. Carden is convalescine gradually. Mrs. M. K. Bufford. of Fokjt street. is still confined to her bed. Mrs. Ellen ltatcliffe is SDendine few days with her son and daughter, rror. and Mrs. J. B. Batte. Mr. and Mrs. A. Woods, of 141 Harding street, and Mr. and Mrs. B Brown, of 1415 Hardine street nave returned from Chattanone-a. The spelling bee which was to have Deen held last .Monday at Trinit Chapel was postponed until Auirusi Mr. and Mrs. William Gunter and ittle son, William, of 35 North Hill street, have gone to Cumberland Mountains for a few weeks. Mrs. Susie Howard Montgomery. 01 KallSas CltV. ivail.. iifler a vwrv flo. ightful visit to relatives and friends. .ell lor her home Mondav rHiM V ow Dr. J. A. Jones was in the citv last week attending the Sunday Sriinni Convention and District Conference Prof. J. B. Batte is snendinir a few days in Pulaski. T Mr. Burt Hohnan, of Franklin. Ky., was in the city last week, and was the guest of Miss D. A. .Tone Tuesday evening. Miss Jennie Brothers left the oitv Wednesday for Fayetteville, Tenn.. where she will visit relatives. Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Gorden. of 1004 State street, lost their link baby, which was eleven days old. Miss Mary IJJack, the daughter oi Mrs. Hurd. of Jackson utrepr Wt the city a few days ago for Detroit Mich., to be married to (Mr. Howard Pat tiro T Mrs. Zula Butler is visiting friends and relatives in Willi amson Pnnntv Mrs. J. H. Turner i3 spending a week or more at Walter Trill Tonn Miss Elnora Braden and mother eft this week for Columbia to snend the summer. Miss Zelma Green, of Chattanooga, s in the citv for n few uost of Mrs. 'fennel Rhodes, of 428 1' well th avenue. North. Mrs. S. H. Kelebrew left a day or SO agO for Claiksville Ton,, '---v, A V Uil. Clllll Dawson Springs. Kv.. for a few dava' visit. ' Little John II. Turner, of 1107 'hornberger street, who has been ick with malarial fever for the last four months, is much imnmvod Mr. P. J. Ewing. who has been connected with the Capitol Creamery for ouite a while, died this one Of the local infirmaries Nannie Rhodes, of Patterson was slightly indisposed last Amanda Randolph, of State is quite sick. Gus Tellis and little (5ns .lr a week out of the city at Alt. Airs, treet, week. Airs. street, Airs. spent uliet, Tenn Airs. Aiaitha Pattou has been con- lined to her room at luao Hamilton otieet on account of illness. uios Cassy Lovell, of 900 Blank street, is quite ill. Axis. George Childress, the mis sionary lor the Church of God. will itave in a tew days lor Chattanooga ana oiuei points .ast. iUias Queenie Arnold entertained ouss iNtlue I'tTiy at supper Wednes day. Miss i'tny win leave tor iuuue, lean., v litre slie will teach. liie business men ol Nashville are civilly lots oi attention to tue pro iHJseu "Ui cater Nashville Hiditiou" oi me Nashville Globe. Space is being nauiiy taivtn. iur. faamuel B. Bradshaw and Aiiss iciailiu Cuaiiiian, daugiiier of Mr. and iUis.. aamuel Uliatuiaii, will be married oeiAciiiber 16, and wnl leave lor Edge- iiciu .junction tue following day. iiiiss lMiuoia McClelland, of Haw luua siittt, will leave the city the lat ttr part of next week for Topeka, ivans., where she will spend her va- calioa. falie will be gone three of tour weeks. Aiiss ilattie Payne, of 307 Seventh avenue, iNoitli, is spending this week in Chattanooga. ine ulobe contemplates issuing a "Gi eater Nashville Edition in a few veeus. in case you want to send a copy to some friend, leave the order name and address at the Globe ollice, hi I'ouith avenue, North. Among the numerous admirers of the Nashville Globe is Air. Earle ijanicls, who is now in Alinors, N. D Mr. uanieis receives the paper every week. The Aiisses Reed of Brownsville Tenn., who have been visiting Rev and Airs. Townsend of Jefferson St. lor the past two weeks, left the city tor Paris and Alilan, where they will visit other friends before returning to Brownsville. Miss Dora A. Jones left the city last Saturday week for . Shelby ville, Tenn., where she visited her mother, Airs. J. A. Jones, and friends, return ing on Alouday morning when she took up ubi iegumr uuues at tue a. iu. E Church Sunday School Union in a few weeks the Globe will issue its 'Greater Nashville Edition." It will be a thirty-page paper and will be sent to any part of the United States. it win contain lull information con cerning "Greater Nashville." Send in ten cents in coin or postage stamps and secure a copy., Better send copies ol the issue to your friends Air. II. C. Bailey, of Centreville, was in the city last week. It was announced last week that Miss Maggie E. Kelly, accompanied iy Airs. A. P. Crews, of St. Louis, and Airs. J. II. Kelly, Jr.. of the citv. were to leave for a few weeks in Columbia, Tenn. Owing to the serious illness of Miss Kelly they were unable to go Airs. Jennie AIcKeever. of Patterson street, w ho was called to Dawsonville. Ky., on account of the serious illness of her sister, returned to the citv Sun- lay night. Airs. Sallie Gregory, who has been visit in.q; A! is. J. A. Jones in Shelbv- ville, returned to the city Friday. Airs. Chailotte Campbell, the mother of Airs. S. Jackson, died at her home in Houma. La., on Tuesday. .Inlv 14 Bishop C. II. Phillips, I). D.. leaves the City on the 29th for California le goes via St. Louis and Denver. It v i 1 1 be remembered that last year Bishop Phillips went to establish these mission stations for his rhinvh rhis year he contemnlal es nfrmanrnt- locating them by ij 'rchasing prop erty and erecting a h(V se of worship. He will be absent from tho r it v until il'out September 1. Aln . Phillips will accompany the bishop on this trip. The Nashville district of the C. M. E. Conference is in session this week near Lavenrne. Tenn. Nashville dein. gates are attending this meeting. mong the visitors to the eonference are the Alissos Scott and Phillins Tho onference is presided over bv Rev. TT 0. Johnson. Presiding Elder of the Nashville District. Mrs. A. AI. Kelly, of Cmumbia. Tenn.. here at the bedside of her very sick sick daughter, Aliss Maggie E., at fi.r)3 Bass Street. Rev. William Collier, one of tho mis sionaries for West Tennessee, is in the city this week. Mrs. James Brown, of Blank street. and Mrs. Thomas White, of Hamilton street, have gone to Chicago to visit ibeir sons. Thev will nrnhahlv annnA the rest of the summer, returning to this citv in the fall. Air. Horace Shatter, the well-known newspaper correspondent, is' in the city. Air. " Slatter, whose home and hi, '.Y t.iiovi': PHONE, MAIN 10B3 HOWSE FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY. We Cm Furniih Your Home Complete from Pirlor to Kitchen. We Tike Old Good is First Payment; B!ince Weekly or Monthly. 304-306 BROADWAY. 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Lodjros, Sociclios and the ( oiniminity in vciioral iiivitcd to join in litis celebration. Mimm Admission to Park 10 cents. 1 business headquarters are in Ilopldns- ville. Kv.. is renortinsr the nieotinc of the Tennessee 'Baptist Convention for the local newsnaners. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pillous, of 2008 Jefferson street, lost their little son. Spindle, last Wednesday night. , Miss Henrietta L. Fosten, of 1509 Harding street, is visiting Miss Jessie Rucker, at Nolensville. ; Miss Lon KHa Mayberry left the , city Wednesday morning for St. Louis where she will remain n shrf .v.n' r .i.wi i, niuir. r roni there she j wheie slie will i summer. ' Mrs. Felix Hn.lhv will go to Chicago, spend the rest of the Georgia and EfHe day at Riverside, Roysler. and daughters Hadley, spent Sun the guests of Mrs.