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THE NASHVILLE) GLOBE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1903.
. OFFICE, 410 1-2, CEDAR STREET. V ? y v ? Y ? 'V r f y v r Y y A y y y y y y y y y y y y y ? ? y ';'S'. -.-'- x f ; Hut v fvxtii ;',? : V.'.?1':' ' '' ;r''::'V telephoiie nam icoo. o run n LL 9 NOTARY PUBLIC Real Estate, Loans, Rentals, Pensions NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. RICHARD HILL. Do you want a home or lot? 11 so, why not let mo help you? If you are married and sometimes find it hard to pay rent, I will help to so place you that you will have NO 3LOUE HKNT TO PAY. If you are single you could with so much more ease ask your sweetheart to share ynir joys and sorrows IF YOU HAD A HOME OF YOUU OWN. Make your start now on my easy plan, make j our home your Savings Hank. Kichard Hill, the wide awake, energetic dealer in Real Estate of our city has closed one of the greatest deals in iNasliville Realty, thai has lallen to a colored man tor years. He purchased lor Air. A. N. Johnson, the undertaker, the "hakni Mansion" property on Cedar Street, within one block of the State Capitol, and just 50 feet from the Duncan Hotel. This very desirable piece of Realty is easily worth double what Mr. Hill secured it for and he and Mr. Johnson are both to be congratulated on such a piece of good fortune. Thegrounds upon which there is yet standing the Massive Mansion House, are 100 feet and more front on Cedar-street going back 1GG to an alley with '6 sides clear. The abstract to the title dates back to 1784 and to read it through gives a nice outline of the growth of the city. A T T 1 -"iri- flD Mr. Johnson contemplates extensive improvements not only for the better handling of his large and increasing business, but he is consulting architects and builders, hoping to erect very desirable suites of rooms and offices, also an amuse ment hall and roof garden for his people. ' - vAmore desirable location could not have been found. Mr. Hill feels justly proud to have negotiated such a big deal, but is just as energetic and1 willing in looking after smaller ones. Should you needXhome, or lot, a house erected of any kind, his record would suggest that itjwould not be a bad policy to consult him. " M Vii' 'k'.-v;-.; m ti j. i w . .v v v- v w . v - , t i.- i - Ml :: '1LJ, n II) lU'f-i . . iititiip""-'''' . tv . t -JJ m r .';- -rrr-i jt. t ."'.' Ti ' t tv: it.; ' !' KICIIAKI) I i ILL'S KKSlLIiNC H. y y y y f f f y y y y y y y f f y ? f Y f t t y f ? V t y y Y EBENE2ER NOTES. The Sunday School was opened with a large attendance. Lectures were de livered by Rev. D. C. Kelley, white, of M. E. Church, South, the Superin tendent of Nebo and Rev. George Hud dleston. Rev. G. W. Martin ably re sponded to the remarks of Dr. Kelley. The morning services were conducted by Rev. J. H. Upshaw and Rev. C. H. Simmons. Able sermons were preached by Rev. B. Manier and Rev. G. W. Mar tin. At 3:30 p. m. the church was filled services were conducted by Rev. Yan sy and Rev. Jack Harding. Able ser mons were preached by Rev. C. H. Boone D. D., of St. Paul, assisted by Rev. W. Adams, of Flat Rock M. E. Church. At 8 p. m. there was a sermon by Rev. W. M. Lusk, assisted by Rev. Mr. Grant. This closed the exprcises for the day with a grand result from the basket dinner and rally. Total col lection from clubs reporting, $75.95. which said result was highly pleasing1, to the pastor and members, andi aU friends are cordially invited to atteod the general rally on the third Sunday in September. Any favor shown to those soliciting aid will be highly ap preciated by the pastor and church. The following have been appointed generals: Stephen Ewing, assisted by Mrs. Eliza Smith; W. M. Hall, assisted by his wife, Mrs. Emma Hall; An thony Elliott, assisted by Miss Lilly, .iay Aoams; uev. w. M. L,usk, assist ed by Prof. John Peyton, of Tennessee Industrial School; Albert Buchanan assisted by Rev. Geo. Huddleston. On Sept. Cth there will be sermons preached by Rev. D. C. Kelly, D. D., (white) of M. E. Church, South, and Bishop Fitzgerald, of M. E. Church,; South, at 3:30 p. m. The public is ordially invited. ! Sept. 20th, at the rally. Rev. Jack Harding will preach at 11 a. ni., and Rev. E. S. Hammond at 3:30 p. m. Miss Addle Bell, Mrs. E. Dickson, and Dr. Hunter were guests of Mrs. "Vm. Copeland Sunday, Aug. 30, 08. LADIES' EXTENSION OF ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH. This auxiliary met at the residence of Mrs. E. C. Coffey, the president, at '707 Sixth avenue, South. The hostess in her charming way made it pleasant for a31 in her spacious home. The meeting was opened with song. Miss V. L. Moore, of Walden, presiding at the piano. Scripture reading by Rev. iB. G. Gordon. Song, after which a fer vent prayer was offered by Rev. Mr. IVToore, oS (Chicago, who is visiting rel ativeg at Mooretown, East Nashville. llTie minutes of the previous meeting vrere read, received and adopted. Aft 1T ifoe reading of the minutes the fol lowing visitors were introduced: Rev. Mr. Porter, Mrs. Jno. Porter, Mrs. Vaughn, Mrs. Phillips, of Spruce Street Baptist Church, and Mrs. Smith, of Lewisburg, who gave brief remarks on the various auxiliaries of the A. M. E. Church; she being' president of the V. M. M. S:, of Lewisburg. Rev. Mr. Por ter's remarks were brief and timely. The Almanac organized since the La dies' Extension Society by Dr. Haigler, was represented by Mrs. Carrie Scruggs, who also gave brief remarks. A collection of $7.90 was raised. The society has added a new camp to the list, known as the Parks Camp, named after Rt. Rev. H. B. Parks, late Bishop of the Twelfth Episcopal Dis trict. This camp has for its captain Miss M. B. Topp, the energetic work er of St. John. After singing "God lie with you," led by Miss Moore, a course of ices was served to all in waiting. Mrs. Moore, the mother of Miss V. L. Moore, was also present and gave the ladies very encouraging remarks. Last but not least Miss Johnnie Dixon, of St. Paul, who resides with Mrs. Coffey, was introduced by the pastor. The next meeting will be held at the resi dence of Mrs. Lee Woodard, 435 Eighth avenue, North, Sept. 25, 1908. THE FAIR ASSOCIATION. The women of the Fair Association are hard at work and from all indica tions they will have a fine exhibit. They are anxious that all clubs and ladies should have some of their handi craft on exhibition at the Fair, and cordially invited them to take part in making the occasion a success. On account of Monday being Labor Day, they have postponed the regular mooting until Tuesday, September 8, at four o'clock, at the president's homo, 419 Fourth avenue, North. All members urged to be present. ; v- ;v-' '-: . .. 1 t ' -:.-. . ".'-, 'V !: , . . - . . V .. I " ' ' -; i s : l . W - : S . ( ! ; P : - ii : 'xf , ' i y i . , , .., j 1 V rtl, J. J Y, , ' arc IT STUD 317 uwmu HAS SECURED NEW QUARTERS AT EIGHTH AVENUE, NORTH, AFTER 15, to TTaedoors of the new studio will be open to serve the public. This studio will be second noma in the South, and will be equipped with modern apparatuses and accessories, and we ili assure the public that we will be more able to serve them in the future than in the past. Visitors who come to Nashville and fail to visit the Rembrandt Studio will miss one of line wonders of Greater Nashville. As to our workmanship it is unsurpassed. Mr. Lay, pro prietor of the Rembrandt Studio, has to his credit many certificates and medals of merit - the last one being the medal and certificates awarded by the Jamestown Exposition Co., at Nor ifuk, Va. lie has also secured the services of Mr. Win. Ilargraves, who, with his broad smiles and winning ways, has won the respect of all as a photographer. He is a reliable and punct ual business man, and an esteemed gentleman. He is a first-class view photographer hav ing graduated trom one of the leading schools of photography and worked in the leading studios in St. Louis and Chicago, and also with Messrs. Malu n and Corbctt of this city. He will tie manager and printer of the Rembrandt Studio. Our motto: We believe perma nency is the keystone of photographic success. AH photos bearing our trade mark are on this principle. We hold our customers' reputation andsuccess identical with our own. We surround each, with every safeguard known to chemical science and our own experience. MR. WIW. IIARGUIVbH. Don' fail to see our Show Window. It will be changed Weekly. The latest styles from New York and Paris. dui isa!e nhotos of K. of P. Grand Lod?e and Gaurf ofCa anlha af Clarkcvilfo. - - w .... - w.B ..w y i s - . ,. . .. J 315